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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
Tlte Rejtelsin Sackcloth. New jfaekCT, May l&^A Richmond paper, of tho 6th instant, which was seen yesterday by an officer, publishes- a proclamation of Jeff Davis 1 , appointing Friday next as a day of fasting and humiliation, to be observed throughout the'Confederacy.
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
left for the traitors but an immediate &a-. reader. When the historian c<$pes>5rC _ view this marvellous drama, he^fftt^^f^i to »ay tha&Ponnsylvania^Hsrtfr thb field " to-^eftJiwl^jBfi^Krrimerit', gave to rebellion, its last aul^^t overwhelming stroke. Occasioxai..
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
*, t^TheiaaglUer of the rebel traitor 31a-^$^^^ : J^jptd>:a5:**Mr^senta^Te of tbt Conft^^ hsa r^ymte a confira^ ' ht, " ntii^>B^'^P|^^i1i^iaite «fW 'En--glfs h- matt h;Miw^o'\;': - ^?f '" "<" . • • .i-,«- ^ -»jA«j *TV«AaPry^^->f^Vy .»^ c-Vvr.',...-,, .'i--?" -"-. r»J 1 wf w .W>it\T which rcWBtJy.'.^ ntbfea in the oity of Ian- , r»i% p^^ •tfel^ing patriotic proaui'-:) rtti^ : tetol»^*- • ' ¦ - .- • . . " . •' r \-Wh9kftfQiiU , bijjovoijl country, after having long been fuvoredTTithha degree of poHH-«aland religiQUa.freedom, t-ocutity, und.pros ; pe 'rity unexdiripled in tn«f history ; i>f We world, now- finds itself involved, in a-bloody War to suppress aiiSrnieil rebetlion against its iftWfuliy eon^titSPI Govenjmeiit;* anrf whereas, the word of God, which is the Bole rule of our faith arid prnticej requires loyal subjection to " the powers that be," because they are ordained, of God to be ft terror to evildoers , and a.praise to thos...
Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
*s \£ : . . ..• ¦'¦;. LADIES'AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, &C, ... . o- ., ¦¦ - GE0.ST0fE^! , ¦ ¦ - ¦ . • ¦ ¦ -x-(TjlHANKFUL for kind Iavohiand patronage here-Ijf tofore bcstoweH upon him, again appeitra before the public la folici) a eontinuance of the same.— He having just returned irom the eastern cities with a fine and well selected stock of new ¦ SrBOCt AMD SUMMER—Whirh he intends selling at very low rates, which he knows he can do to tho satisfaction of all who will call nnd examine bis stock. . . .Belowyou will find enumerated a few articles which will be found among Ms stock' to which ho calls your attention. FOR THE LADIES He has a large assortment of Dress Goods consulting in part of ». Chaljiea, Printed and Plain Delaines, Ul'k, Fi S 'd and UoI'dSilks, Plaid Mohaur, Silk Warp Mohair, . . ' liircges, Medona Cloth, Lavellw, - French and dumutic Ginghims, Poplins, Pongee Mixturt, Cloth for Ladies, Wrappings, Glores, v Hosiery, in great varistj. QEWTLECIEW'8 WEAR,...
Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
— Fresh -*«• Mdrning-flerint!^ lipnutifnl as tbs Spring day. ' ilieap.as snafft Ob! yo fair portion of Creation! do je want Silks ' that ' £lUtcn oh li\to\Swat, Delainos, of rvoi'ybu'ei of tho 'K.iintitnv; Jlinmlayas, moltlrd and printed fifce-fuiry fielJ*; ,\flodcii«s, Bnlznrines, MoKimjiiques'.* Deliogfs, &c , dcc,thut would woo l>y tririr tieaiity- tho Genii'rif tlie ' stari! -^ WALK UP XV THE COUVi'Elt! : Our Lawns of Softest tints. Chintzes spiirkiing lifts dew drops, Ginghams bright as Vonfls, with out Magic RuiHings, Collnn, S[jk # G,iuntlet«. Balmorsi ' l Skirts, Head Taecinatora and Morocco SStcMjj Wliioh will deck you oat in ethrrial'splendor, rffiTconpel tiu admiration of the Ucnu!—We ,will insure i'J GENTLEMEN', You nre not forgotton!—Xpt .til tint is lioauiiTul belongs to the Ladirs; for hfosrf their hearts, they love to see the Gents in liplcn.lfd' array! OLO I'fJij fresh from France,and Canninicrus 'slcQk as mirrors, fancy fts the sunny-eye; wi...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
J If Qlrtl M^'MM^MM' M, Flas' received and is d.iily-receivinf^ti overwhelm* ing stock of goods front ¦tfift^itsiern cUiea. ' Oreat hits been the impefeidjil ' tjir tt^ll 1»md of g/jods liava advanced to enbrtt0ti»i|*fiwsV^%tif ; fli6"ideitwiii bo bnmodiately diiWumBf&llirigi' at lho- : l? >" ' , ft "' ;"'k^* "ff&J-tl: '• 'y~- -f'' * - '(*? 7-*' * !,', .'\l^> )' CHEAP CORNER,, On Uialn and Cliurcli Sis.,, Where all kinds of Gdoifs-^suc 'h as (ire below named and a multitude of other nrticlet-usiially fbunJ in a full houarj nevertheless "wtt'Will nahio a few along with imprJrtaht items; t "'" ;:;: -' ;;¦ '¦ " . 2i'f s ? ¦ ¦ ¦ • ' --.. ' ¦ ' .• ' ,^SD^m*-:\' - ,\, ' .-Dclames, • ' v| issues, '.. ' ,• Paris Lustres, , ; R«p Deiafrirs, . Ducals, Printed Challics, Ginghams, Biilliants, ^- "' Fancy Poplins, B«mba*inea|j ; FANCY SPRl^rl mmm Plaid Gingham, - , , . Fancy ' Print*, ¦' Brocadm, , Lawns, , La'trcs,, liiviiges, ' fliiiPiisBiiiiiT Can be scl...
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
' V " . /¦ - ¦ • ¦ ¦ ¦ - ' ¦ "* : ¦ • ' : ' ' " . Hardware, ' ¦ ¦ "" ¦ aROCBRXDS, ' PENSWARE ANDCEQARWABE! HAVING }<Mt TPtumed from tho Bngtem Cities . he would call, the attention of his customers and the public generally'to Wa ., LAB0B & SPLENDID ASSORTMENT 111 fO|P|! Which will be nold at extremely. Low Price*; Below you will find enumerated 4 few articles which will be fohiid nmting his stock, to which h& invites your attention: . - . FOR THE LADIES, Siiks, ' , . . - . Del tines, Alpacas, Printed Challlea, iJornbazfrTts , , GinghRmsr* 1 *-^, j'oulina, -ALSO:- . -, . . Ladies Shawls, Plaid Ginghams, . Brocades, Fancy Priuls, - lawns, Braiges, Linen Handk'fs. MEN'S WEAR Fanry Cassiraerei, _ ^ - Plain " Cloths, Italian Cloth, VvBtiings, ' - - Maraailles, Grenadines; ' Umirin, Tweed*, Jean*, . Linen, Shirt Fronts, Shirt Collars, Netli Tits, fltc QueonsTrare |Iardwaf«?, * Boot.<* and Shoem-
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
NEW GOODS I it < iMnmjuiiui ami Iron and Steel, ^* Shovels ami . Spades, Hoes and Rakes, Spades and Forks, Naili, Urnitu and Spikw, I Locks, Hinges and Screws, Littc ' hc*, Staples oiul BoWn, Oili>, painlR, GIurs and VRriiislies, Mi|J, CroRs-cut and Circular Saws, Hand, Tt'non, Web and Compass Sawf, Augers,-fcugor Uitts, tijinlel nn.l Driwell Uitts, Socket Chisels. Pirrpor «:l>i«.»l«, JAati,aiv,^-lAU\<, rW, 1 ' runing Sawp.unil Chisels coml>incd. Pruninc hows, I'liifilering Trowels, Pointing and Garden Trowels, Dquiiln and Singlo Uitt Axes, Hatchets, and Draw¬ ing Knivw; Whitewash Uratdies. Slioe, Store nnd Horse Urushrs, Berubhing Urushes, Cloth, Tonth, und Paint UtUHhex; i'litile Oil Clothx, Floor Oil Cloths, i;nrriiigc Oil Cluthn; S|iokrs, FcIIocr, Huhs. Miafts, PvIvk,!S |irinris and axlr*; lilack-Bniith Uellowii, Anvils, Viui-8, Hoof Knives, and Raspf; Tubs, UuckcU, Churim; liope, BnnketH,I3rnoms an.l Wash Itoardii; Wnilers, Trayc, Camile S...
Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
•"•'' ' *-' ¦ ¦ *t'y^-"t'fi^* i |! ^?.' io t ¦¦ " •l . .4!.':»v i .-i« ' .- ' ». " . ' x.' . : .v- ' ' ' : '¦ r? . , " . ' . ' ,• ' ¦ ' ¦ "* * i t * ( " -' ; 4 ¦ t i • i; - - F|injr " ub the gtoriht- rocket Mgh; * ' -' :" . ' •-" ttitil it gilds the; arihihg*k>. >" For Frtmklln's m<ui,whnnoblydie, ' Tnej*aw«ibrihe brave., . . tTAfeti«¥c<t «> IfiSfAJirftll'dlSlfr V ot p*Mj;%»,luioj»i^a;r»!0. :; ¦ •;- ' ' - They Tall like men but not In rain ^l'o fill a hero 1 * grave; ~) With ringing hnzfcts long and loud ' , 'J'hnt seemed to rend the very cloud, ¦ ¦ . \ They siruck it Treason vile and prou-1 - •'° Uutil its sceptic fell, Then ' .weary worn they Joy to rent Where Treiwon 's vain ind haughty c^est- ' . Had wrung a stall Irani many n breast Th' e soldier's dytag. knelL Stcrp on! brave martyrs to a cause - 'I'lial will restore a Notion's lutes; . - Mhita EuropeVDespqU wildly pauie '.; And trembling ' tbroiies quake. Sleep on! ' where Treason's ...
Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
«k -i' ' « ^^^^ /^^J|^^^^^jt ^^si j^J35|^^^^^^BHU^' i ¦i V'"' v' _J GREAT AMERIGAN CIRCUS. The largest anil most completl? equipped Equcs trM Establishment in the world, comprises THE GREATEST ^ROrTPE QfJJuropcani auilTAlnerlcan Male and Female. Ar» tisfi>BTraTtreTmigrMagniflcent Uolleclion of wonderfully TRAINED IR)R8E8 AND POKIB8 «vct brought together, affoiding facilities for the presentation of more novel and va ^ed . Performan. crs than have ever been given in a traveling exhibition. ' • • • . . „ The managers lakes pleasure in' announcing to the public that they are able for this season ol '63, to cater for their amusement in a superior manner to any traveling " .ompaby. . H'ba wagons have ¦ jeen newly painted und decorated bo as to present * neat and elegant appearance^ The harness is new and beautiful. The wardrobe Is of the most costly description, manufactured from . designs imported from Paris during the past Winter; and in fact the whole paraphernalia is o...
Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
ffOf y the Baltimore AmcrkaQ. . Baltimore, May 10. CATTLE^-At the live .Stock Scales today 650' head of Cattle were offered. The supply wus considerably in excess of the demand, and onl y ' 300 head found -purchasers, at p rices rgnjpqg from $3.75 to 85 per 10U Itw for good to prime fat Beeves. Of the balance 15U head were driven to Wasljington, the rernaindcr being held over. - ' l?IiOUB.—Howard Street and Ohio, Super, ofwliioh the suppl y is -light, are ¦ now held firmly at 8q.5i> per bbl. ~ . Shi pp ing brands of iloward Street " and^Ohio i-Jarfru we quote at S5.62Ja5.87, with some choice branda' toeld at ^5 ,871 per bbL r - - ¦ ¦ WHifiAT^—We fluote cdmnJon to ' ,&ir -white at 13S@14i> «ts.; good do. at 15(f@ 153 eta., ami prune to chdiee do. at 158(t£ 102 cte.; and S<jiuthenj do., which has come ' forward slovrl y, at 1S2@134 cts. per ba»heL ¦" vV.( !Go W'- ~«H» ejStiro. . offerings, have ' cluui-; iedhiuKle otprie^Jraiigifig ftwm 57<g6Dct...
Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
« m ¦ „, rT>HE undersigned bogs leave to inform the' pub-J. lie that he has established himself in business, at the old stand, on Main Street, in "SJmokotown, next to Eli Little's Smith Shop, where he ib prepared to Trim, Paint, and make all needful iepairs to Uiirriatros aiufclJuggii'g. "Small favors thank, fully r«ceived." ANDREW STKEALY. May 16—If. . STRAY SSSElElX*. S TAYED from the premises of the subscriber' (living in sight of Bean Factory, on the 13th ilist., Klkvks ^nEKp nnd Sevbh I.Aiiiw, two of which are Merino Sheep. The Lambs have each a hljM" the Irft car. Any person returning said Sheep or furnishing Fuch'information ns will lead to their recovery will bo librrnll' rewarded. [May 16.] _ DANIEL HOI.I.UNGER. MORE NEW GOODS AT THE "VARIETY STORE.51 J BE AVER, in connection with his Variety a Storr, has commonccd the manufacturing of ¦UOOT8 and SHOES ift all it* Various branches.— Having employed Jerrntiah' Cooper as- foreman, he is prepared to produce the fi...
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
^Tiemooh and evening each . day. Doors open at % and 7—Performance to commence half an hour later. Q**Admission 85 -Cents. One of the greatest features of this Exhibition is tho ' -, ENGU3H 8TBEPI-E CHASE. Introilucing the entire Company, mounted upon Iheir highly-mettled, thoroogh bred Horeea, leaping Hurdles* Hedges, ice. , / - THE ZOUAVE HALT; . Will also perform another feiiturs of tlio Show, in which the Horses will, at the word of command* lie down, set up, and go through a great variety of performances. The beautiful Trick Horse, Washington* will appear at each Entertainment, und .go through his wonderful and truly, surprising performance*.: LOOK AT THE NAMES. Dan Gardner, R. Hrrumings, George Drrious John KoHte ' r, Men«y Moroi>te, SitfUor furker, i\ W. Whiiiker, Moris, ttanoit, King Brothers, Miss Eliza Gardner, Mad. Camille, Little Miime, Master Erf. Gardner, C. Uicker, J. Wamhold, T. Uohne, DM* ball, and a host of auxiliaries; the whole forming a bright constel...
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
• ¦DRY.FR'UJTi - AXB ¦ at ' AMBERSO.V, nflSfEIDICt. * COS fl. ' I OT'O F ¦ ..-.• ¦./-. ¦ -- ., ;/ " « it AMfiERSOX: '¦BE- .VEDICT & ^O'» tmm jfXTOES, AXD 012^ cuRt^iiys, at . AMBEKSp.Y/aBXBDIcf & CD'S? A FVIil4 * A§S©BTx?IJBX5P-" :" • " i
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS-^In a& (iition toiiur usuil stork of hoinc-mudotend WOOL HATS, we have just added filtcrn cases of Eastern ^- qrade FELT HATS, comprising all tlie styles pnp. f uW in tho trade. These goods have been purchased from the largest and best eastern factories for cash, and at thn name rates as the largest city jobbers, ami we are now prepared to oiler them to country merchant" at as law prices ns city jobbers , UPDEGRAFF.S, Hattere. Opposite "Wusliington House. apr!25 . Hiigcrstown, Md. ag^, Mcrchai\ts, remember tliat we have lust adde<J a firat class WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT tp our Stock, and will sell you in email lots and sices, as you may want, any of the popular styles of the day, and always at us low prices ' as city jubbers. * L'PDEURAFFS, Hat Makers Sign of the Rod. Hat, >25 . . Hagenstown, Md. ggi. The tfait rim of shad sometimes prove (he tiiKBt, just so with our last run, a bigger Ktock, a better stuck, and a cheaper sfqrk than can be ...
Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
•v. |^t^: ... ?^"r-' -^ - ^feh«E" • "" flAOO8,XHA»i8fl-?- 'V V :.-' " - ' V-f' ¦ '#• '" -«". ''? ' " . ¦ . .\] w '-]-(Sioip);\/. -v ¦ '• ' * 7 <« " ' ¦ ¦ • ¦¦ " ' . yjaoiiurjafai.). X,, . . 7, .«;. ... , ¦ - TAw<mi"Yj> ,: • ¦¦ •¦: . ¦ . ¦ ¦ ¦'^ V K'..1.8 " «;. 1 :.; Lard, '•Jrf.;-. ; . . s ,,.-.,, ^ \j; f! ; ' V, .• • • " ¦ '' ' -' ¦¦ ¦ -* iri Jnt'd^ik - -"-••*"• •' -\. ' < ¦ .i --..' . »-.." .#,> ¦ .f-iijamifVij , «0 ¦ . ' , • t_ 'i Waynesboro' Pa.
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
iriifKOl'TIIOFBLIiSTimiiO ;.W'iu»:$«MfBrjiijf! ;- WHO can- make.a man!—I mean in appearance, with a coat fitting, like;» faftiu ' oti-plate panw nnd vert fit for a president. ' Who makes tbx fine geiito you «ebjn tho. city! < Tho. Tailqrf -nu mietake lliout it. . 'Well, tKun wp have just brought Irom the .City, tbV neatest, sleekest, fiuest, iaiicicst, tyiiirKt,'t<.tof . •"' . :¦- . ' ¦ • ¦ ' • " ' . FA?iCVCA^StMEUS,.BLA.d!CcX8Sli4BRBS, cloths asu ivesTWGs; that can lie seen in tbfs ' q Uorttr. U* e willpleijgo ' ournflvos to turnout; good Kfrs i.ifli) " (; H«AP'SVt . TS.—• Freih, isparklitiggbcHls ' nlway ' o pleiim;, and Vfti h;ive llicin, VVe have the In . taM Faeliinn'Plates, nnil will lrav« notliinu ¦ liiidoiio tiTfcilcW .iurfruiid« aiuftlu jtimiAf ¦i.-.t T t.ii ! ,i » ^ q, ^j ltEHTJJ3H_ Aprtt'lB " -'-..-".-, -'i-.*v ;t : > .;•,,¦'•• - ¦- ..- • ¦ ; PI JUJ^-and ' unnilultcratRj ipfced "SiSfr- VinoSSv ¦ ' far iKilii-hy-^wtor^Myn-of^ho-tfoU^f M»rj|ai ''rii...
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
B@h"BUSTED. " —Don ' t be alarmed, friends, we've gut enough of nioney to keep the. Rtock, nnd continue selling at "busted" prices until utter harvest, at the HAT STOKE, Opposite WaKhingten House, aprS5 ' . HaKerstpvrn, Md. S@,SrJUNG FASHIONS, 1852—PU ' K II AT 8, y ELTHAI8, WOOL HATS, C A PS, &c. tliTSfraw (fats all colors and styles, for Men and Boys. Children's Fancy Straws, great variety, compion Strawi, Ac, We have just returned Irora thu Eastern Cites and believo we have tho most com* blete, Best selected, and vh«apttKt stuck of FASHION AULU HATS Hr Men, Boys mid Children, I* be found oiiteideTof tli« Cities. U PD EG |tA FFS, Hat Maker,, Opposite Washington House, : ' - fpr25 . Hagerstown, Md.
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
BSgyBcfore "Busting" wo have visited tho Eastern Cities, and just returned with a MILLION STRAVY HATS, iporc or lc8s,Tiithcr lens however than more.^nd . an equal p)oportiott of Eastern made ' FELT H ATM, nil »f u-hjfh w» j^-M,Lt.i-«..ii--f.». IS^OASH at "hunting" rates. If you would »ave <a^money buy at tho Fountain Head.irPDBWKAFFS i!Hiff(«tol»i>rc really mnde t>y bursting hands, in a buKtiiigjScta!K1jn-HlWUUIf--SP*b- , ami sold at such price* as will 'MiprH" all liiore who tail to buy at (.he Fountain Head. UPJ JEGRAFFS, Hat Makers, Oppose W/^hington House, s,pr25 ¦ . Hagrrstowi , Md. Fresh FisL-r-J. lloi^TTKR. " of Green " cnstlp, v;i\l visit tfeis praec on Saturday or Friday of each week wth . Fresh Fish during the season. Persons in the country wanting fish arc requested to leave their onion* with E.W. Wiwhabaush.
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
DR. W. 0. Li:illLliil AXXO' : N'CES \o his friends and th y puMie erncr.ill;- that bo is tvn\ it) pnxsesainn of all t\ip lite a oil mn«t improved inatrui)icntn,nfiil is well prepared to.perform all DGMTAL operations. He will be happy to. wait upon those who may requirethe services of an experienced Dculiat. All operations upon the mouth and teeth performed lit a scientific mr.nncr. Teeth in»erted arconling to the latest improvement* in ' the art, aud at inoJorate ratps. . " . Office in his rrsiJons«, on the Sttuti CJrncr of the- Diamond. ' ^ April lt ,J« r-- . . . . v ,,.- • , _ , ; ,,.. , ,