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Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

W8h©r'« Hating Saloon ^'JM^f'^ -t WW '' "^ t "¦!" if < 0OZlF£S0TIOXfA&7I mHB *iib j^ber»»iieet^ lfUbraa hi* eostoO' X erslM the public generally that hetastts cent&'rejrttenUheiliis stock of r«IU ind Conttftilf«ts^w, »adbas low the . finwt ai*prtmentt>f ' •vet brought to Wajne«boro% with JVfJTS^ RAISINS, P/lUNBS . f'iOai SWEET cakes of Every desoriptiox, cigars, TOBACqO, etj^ste, -r^r- f r ' -' ¦ -¦ \W:^fX:f^:^:r:. H* has also on hand ai ail times the finest -Oysteii the market Will afford, which Will be served tip to customer* Fried: Roasted' of BleWeuY - < >^ -" >! ALS AND 0IDB&1 He is likewise prepared to furnish butb. Wesba. bougb.s and tudwigs AtE, and a superior article of Scutch. Ale anftCrabAjuleCiaeV; with a niime article of Bologna Sausage, Boiled" Eggs, and all other arJ/c/erBsoa!i|rkfpt in first class Restaurants A genuine ertlekLdkyiBegiir alwaja f dr. »aW. &. Nova ; rT-'"' ,. " " ' •fcs.riaHER. Effl...

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Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

The Colonial Presbyterian, which is probably the ablest paper published in New Brunswick, espnuspg the Federal cause with a warmth which deserves our grateful apprtciation* In a recent artiele sa»: •To us il appears much more difficult for a true British subject to sympathize with the South than with the .North, and we are convinced that the principles enunciated by the pro Southern Canadian and New Brunswick press, would if practically carried out. be fatcfl to the safely of tht Brit : ah empire. They are, in snort, atterly seditiousand dangerous, contrary to ^all divine and human law. Curs es are Kpl the only Uiings winch, Jike chicken*, come home to roost. ' Evil principles bring retribution in their train. To hold that, apart from any exercise of oppres sian bv a Government, creating a. moral right of revolution, its authority is lobe cast off at pleasure or through caprice, its property seized; its courts of justice subverted; to hold that all oaths of allegiance to it ma...

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Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

]k / TBN an3 Boy's heavy Uoote andSboesat 1H OctA - B**og.V I '^URTAIN Future* at " V^—Mv-tarr——, Awaan'oH, BssBDlCt ACoV—AN excellent article of 8 ymp for 60 eu. per gaTT . ; st (Oci4l r BssoVs l iVI EOIOATEl> Lidaor*,M>ld only asMediciM ITJL and by special directions of a Physician, bj M.M.STONeK,DrJ«gi«» . May 13. OySTi3RS\OVSTERS. " T7OR sale at the St. Niehoias Satoon, by the pint X 1 <m inart, or in the shell by.tb»faaahel, halMasU et or. peck. ' Lli WIS 0. FISHER. ' Dec. 8 BEPPE R ajul Coniamler, ground tc. ¦ngroan novgg ^ ¦ ¦• i-* \ ¦ . Hmn'a. D^PfijTSAtJCE at X__jg<M ^^^ Kroit fi*—LARD CAAs, at the aigu oi tho Big Red Horn JsggO . , ^\ D.B. B0M1*. 1?OR SALE OR FOR RENT—A " Ten-piaii ? Stove. Apply at PRICE'S Store Octl8 v QLENDID Embroidered goods at "" O Pet r Bssoss's.-~ ' TO FARMERS. ~" * STEEL Shoveb, Spades, Hoes, ForksRakeaj Mamtre Drags, &e n &e ^ at prices that will dsft compelitioB. Call and see br jrososeivas, at v, ...

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Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

Qtakrin all the variety 0} ffrUgs, JtfeJi---, tintM, Fanket yotionii.Petfumtryt > /, . ': - Liquors for medicinal ': "<v> ; ' j. purpoae$, Oik, • {« *> fye.t tJ-Cii ; "iTTOULD tender his thank* to the community, - ff and still solicit,the pairsnage of a generous pubUe who want " anlfimu^ inJils line. Idasmueh sHie nas ralsrgeil his stock ft as to be enabled to answer at ) calls for anything and everything usually tound in a Drag Store, and has a thorough acquaintance With the business* he hope* to gain the confidence of tte Community. He will pay particular attention to filling physician*' Precripliohs, and more cam and precaution used in wailing upon chldren than adult*. ; :, I J •,: r? & wm w m(M Choice Wines tni Liquqrs for medicinal and sacramental purposes, Patent Medicines are endless in variety, including all that have been mode up to this date ond same that aie yet in embryo. Also White Lead, Zinctfajnt , Waiting and Varnishes for...

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Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

LOOKHIR£ 11 - WBOLIUU AMD aatAIb DS»t«S t» Oil IiU« Of BTJSl ,», »Bss,WAYN£SBOHOVPA^ . Has boWnljr got back to bii«' old bn»inei*," But to Uxr "old itsndl" Having fltttd tip tbs^s^^ room now occupied neatly and having ^Sl^r retained from the city with • fresh : ¦ ! ' fiy, which he has just received;, eon** '^Em ting of , ' , ^^^T A' largo and geneia) arabrtment of Medicines. Chemieal*, Patent MedlcinSi Dye:«tufl«, Dry Painte and Painu ground lli Oil, Oils expressed anddUtilled; . Frui t* green, prertrted ahi| dry, - OoiifectjonarUfSi ; : LiqnorS of all Umls fol medicinal>& poses. Books, stationary, fancy anil miscellaneous articlest all of which he orRr* for .ale. Thankfal for lavors received and hopefof of ihfir continuance , be invites the public to call before purchasing elsewhere. Stonerofler*for*a!e slot of beautiTul *hellsr—Carbon Oil which will adit Tor Kerosene Lamps warranted not to smoke, can be bead at Stoner's. Parrafln, Crystal, and Bfmola Oilsj alto ...

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

bodies of troops were stationed. In a few hours ' the information's sometimes verified. The slaves nni ret escaped, ' of course, prelDiid 10 be faiiiiluU/biu some said to ifieir masters 8mL_jimtre'8rs d oji r ^ l5ie day ol the figUt, 'The Yar.kpes wiHTbfi , whipped, ftlassa anil Missus,* but all itif while they prayed am) believed otherwise. _ So, Baiisaal-IUnsTonsrare mau * e ~ " in Charleston p apers to the fifleVly ^ efth^ir servanis. ^ as il it were a matiep^f course! But, there H ^ no labored discussion of a sulijrct loo terrible for discussion. Tfieywriter says :— As for my judgement—-jHnayJnni be worth much—but 1 came hiifier to Snd all the negroes attached to (heir masters and I have gradually observed a feeling ol bitterness displayed by the black*; at first there was only e!a.tion at--iReir ' own escape; of TaTeTthJa1 has been m ' mgletl with indignation at the insane attempt to fire oiTTnem; 1 have known ol several instances where clases asked for arms to fire; on the...

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

ninu arrival OP Confectionery, Fruits; &€•» &c, M, THE subscriber takes this method-of announcing to the people that fie has received at his 'Drug gtore,'aTlarge unj carefully selected stock of ^ FRESH DRUGS, Chemicals, Patent Midicines, Paints Oilft, Dye Stuft's, window (itass, Putty, Tobacco, BnulJ, and Segats, dec, which be is now preparej to veil as cheap as the cheapest and will asBure his customers that in regard to quality which is of the first importance, his goods will compare with any in the market. He has also a splendid assor tment of Perfumeiy, Soaps and Tpilet Articles. or all kinds, consisting in part of the following, via Bandolines . < Poffiades, ^ (^sin ber and Dean* Oil X _ /~ Colognes, ~ E*tracu for the Handkerchief, ' LyonWCathniron, Bunm's Cocoaine, Harrison's Ladies' Soan.

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Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

WM. A. TRITLE'S HOUSEKEEPERS' EBIFOBIOfil, ^ AND ~ Copper, Brats, Tin and Sheet Iron Manufactory, On Main Street, me door Wat. of Troxtf* Dry Goods Store, WHERE he keep* constantly on hand, an extensive assortment of Housekeepers' Ar ticles of every description. Tin, 8heet Iron, Copper and Brass Ware, Japaned Ware, Wooden Ware, Sad-iron*, all sixes of Iran Kettles, Pans, &c. Also—a large assortment of Cooking Stoves, Parlor and Ten-plate Stoves. Persons who are in want of a good cook stove, will do well to call and see bis assor tment, a* he is prepared to offer great inducements, not only ia8toves, bat in all the above articles. You will find a large and splendid assort* ment of Tin Ware of bis own manufacture—at low prices. All those desirous of getting bargains would do well to call at VV. A. TRITLE'S Housekeepers' Emporium, opposite Dr. Brotherton's office. House Spouting done at the ahortett notice, and of the best Tin. e^. Feeling thankful for^pa sV fevoia,* he. ...

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Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

Should you ask me, should JrouNwonder, , W here to buy your Stoves and Tinware! I would answer, I would tell you—-\ "Go unto the fine new store rosun \ Where the Big Red Horn, the sign is; There's the bt'Bt Cook Stoves and Tin-vare, All sold cheap by D. B. Russell." J [i'rom the Song of.Hiawatha. ^ —' (~3tHE undersigned informs the public in genera If and especially those of bis customers in want of anything in his line of business, that he has completed and is now occupying his new and extensively enlarged establishment for ' the manufacture and Sale OF TINWARE, SHEET-IRON WARE, AND STOVES. . He is now prepared to supply any demand for his Cook Stoves, geneipl Housekeeping Goods and Kitchen Ware, onauch terms aa must give entire satisfaction. foffered are of the best and mast improved kinds,and having been tried are acknowledged to be all that can be desired as good cookers and bakers, and ire easily kept clean. '-. . ' His own HANurACTUBBD wabb is all made with a

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Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

To OapitaUsts. WAYNESBORO * SAVING FUND.—ThU 8ociety will pay the following rate* of intereat-perannumjon-all sums deposited in the Institution. For 3 months, 3 per cent,; from 3 to 6 months, 3 per cent.; from 9 to IS month. *, 4 per cent; and over 18 months, 4j per cent. Fur a shorter period than 3 montns the terms will be made kown by the Treasurer. -. • - ' Notesfordiscountshoald be handed to the Treasurer on Tuesday, as the Board ot Directors meet rgnlarly on Wednesday of s * achwee *k ,st9o'ciock AM. By order of the Board, June 17'68 JNO. PHILIPS Treasurer, rilELEGUAPH FODDER CUTTER*. X Thebestin use For sale by <> ' A' ov8 E. B. TKOXEU Agt. XjfRE»H Mackerel at ^ T* J Mar i» AMBsason, Bagsbior A Co' *. PEACHBS^-DrieJ Peacbe«7 pared aaTwipsJ edat AuB*tiaoM,Ji* DiS*+-$y*. RAISINS at l«i and 30 cents per pat»na>t , no.au Htfariy, /^LOTH , Hat, Hair, Tooth and Naif Br^q tjiast received aad foe sale very low by M. M ttVONEB, ¦ . Majl3. • THE BEST CO<f...

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Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

iron pipe lor steam 01 waterVand Brass cabling of every description; in a Word, lam prepared to do everything usually done in a foundry and machineshop. Having supplied myself with the latest improved machinery* suoh as Lathes, Boring, Planing and Drilling Machines, persons can rely on having their work done in the most satisfactory manner.— 1 am aim prepared to manufacture la order ma* chinery for wood, such ¦ as Tonging and 'Graving machines for flooring. Surface. Tenoiil and Moulil. ing machines, &c. \ I also off er to the public a new and valuable improvement in iny ste\m engines, made within the last year, viz: for tike economizing of fuel, and the regulation of speed, Which renders my new engines far. superior to the old engines. All my machines are sold underwar/antee. My hanc.s are all experienced > workmen in this line of business, and 1 use all good material, so that I am perfectly safe in warranting all uiy work. I am also prepared to.do repairing in wo...

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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

"Continental Hotel " WAYNE8B0K0', PA. fTlHE undersigned having recently taken the a-I bove named House, formerly known-as the "U lobe Ion." takes pleuure in announcing to his friends and the pnblic that he is prepared to receive and entertain Guests in a style not to b* excelled by any country Hotel. The House having been thoroughly repaired and newly furnished with every thing calculated to make his guests comfortable —the public may test assured that they will at all times hnd it in a condition suited to the comfort and convenience of the traveler. His Bar is always supplied with- the choicest Liquors, and his Table with the best the markets afford, and all other appliances suitable and necessary for the accommodation of man or beatW With faitolitl and obliging servants and his own personal attention and supervision, he will leave no means unapared to merit public patronag*. The proprietor assures those who may favor him with-their patronage-that-they shall ever meet at his ho...

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Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

Dr. Jacotii, llnrlsatigii A: <;o'» Celebrated American LJoigieBt ""For Man and Beast. THE greatest and'best external remedy ever op lered to the public. For sale by F. J. Krattf Druggist. Wayneiboro' and by Druggists in the. eouirty generally. tiTPriee *& centsper*p«le. December 13 . '60-*- ly Jr^~ Hardware! Haj^ivare W. U. BROTBEBTON V T> 1SSPECTPVLLY invites attention to his^ls XV-nt large awortment of HARDWARE, CfXT* l.tHlV, Guns, Pistols, Oil., Paiute, Glass, Hoes-Rakes, Spades, Shovels, Forks, Brashes, Cedar-Ware, Iron, Steel, Carriage Trimming*, with a fu s)oek of Spos^s,reUoe*,BowsyHaJ>sr8faafts,|»pri|> g» Axets, Ac, &c, «U oT which asspBered at eitteonf ly. low prices. Call and examine for yourselves^—Remember we deal exclnnvely in this Unev^ma*; it our entire and andivided attention.- - ¦ - FAp. 7.

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Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

Lumber! Lumber!! f IiHlS undersigned offers at his Lumber YarUl X Waynesboro', Pa>,the following variety of welJ seasoneil Lumber, at reasonable, rates: Walked Flooring Boards; 4. i< and 1 inch yellow Pine; 4 inch, bed Lining} 1, 1J and? inch White Pine; 4 inch white pine Weatherboarding: Spruce Pine Joice and 8ceulling; 9, J and \% inch Poplar, Poplar Scantling; 4 and l| Cherry, Cherry Table Legs; Pine Lath and Chestnut Shingled, and Chestnut Posts and Rails. Also, Turned Chair Stuff by tbe Stand; Turned Chair Legs, Bont Chair Backs, and turned Broom Handles. ALSO, For. Bale, by the bushel or quantity, Coin on tbe ear or shelled, Oats and Potatoes by the bushel. ALEX. HAMILTON. Mar.l5-tf 9 T.J.ffil.BEltT, § i DRAPER, . H I Haa constantly for talev full astort merit o/|$ H GOODS for Gentlemen 1 ! ware. h g EP "Late»t City Fashion* always on hand.@> « Waynesboro', Pa. ' g

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

/ Ooachmakingl / THE undersigned having leased the well-known Coachmaking Establishment of,A lex. Hamilton, on Mechanics street, Waynesboro', respectfully onbounce to their friends and the public generally, that they purpose carrying on the business in all itn branches, and are now prepared to manufacture to order all kinds of Carriages, Bnggies, Barouches. Sprng Wagons, &c. &c, of the beat material, and made oy superior workmen. BLACKSMITH1NU and REPAIRING of ejl kinds done at reasonable ' rates,promptly and tolhe satisfaction of customers. / COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in exchange far work at market prices. V ^ ^ < / EF° Persons desiring articles orwotavMuie Coachmaking- line, are respectfully invited to give them a call. L.K.MORRISON, Mar. 8. GEO. B. HAWKER.

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Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

Important to Farmers fpHB subscriber takes this method of announcing I of the Farmers and others, that he has on hand a lot of DWARF BROOM CORN seed, along with some specimens of the corn. This is an excellent article'of Broom Corn, and should be raised by every one. He has also a full assortment of fresh Drags, Afedicioes, Chemicals, tec. J. F. KURTZ. P. 8.1 am ssUfflg Cranberries at 13} cents pei qvsit, , ^ Mar. 14 O00 CATSUP BOTTLES £ Forsaloal the8loreof W. If. BsoTasBTOH. 8ep5 ' I UTHERAN Almanacs at J nov8t> Ktmta 'a m IN Toys for sale at ¦ ' Rvtnn. ' * " ADecao'60 T' ADIBS and Misses'Hooped skir ts at " ' . j Oet4 . BssoaaV SILK^Wool , and Cotton under Hhirta and Draw ersat - ' ¦ JsW.Miubs's.

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Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

Ready-Made Clothing F O B F A LL AND WINTER ! FRESH 8UPPLY8 RECEIVED MONTHLY! A 8. ADAMS would respectfilly inform his ^\ m pa trons and t he pnHic generally that be ha* returned from the Bastera eitiea with a general as-•ortuentof Ready-Made . FALL AND WINTER" CLOTHING, embracing all thct-latest styles of Coats, Pan t*,VesU, Shir t* , Collars, Necties, Sospenders, etc, eU%, all of which are well made. The pubUc are cordially invited to call and examine bis goods, ss he is dietertermined to sell at short profits. Ho will continue to carry on U*s bosines of Tailoring: as herejo^w. . Person* denring garment* ctttOflt or made up ara iuvited to gitsPbia a call. J , - Latest flshions received regularly. Oct23. . A. a A.

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Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

DENTISTEY. T\ R. WM. D '(KfTHfiRfttsW ?' iM 'i niipiiiliiullii 3* to return tbsnki) to the pubfesssfor the liberal pBtmnage he hair ' ' reeerred dorins^to past, and hope»\by *trict attention to biZKpg* to merit a continuXncB of the same. All operations iatho dental lin^will be pe r fo rmed in tbe most substantial and satisfactory m«noeri H« keeps posted on art we advancements' and improvments of tbe profess ion, aad fttttem himself that aa good work can bo btHlajl his office as at any. other in the State Arti. ficial teelh jn^to^feomjtilaalejoothJoLa-fall-set, ajjul in all cases Warranted to, perform satisbetoril* or no pay; Term* reasonable^ July 5, I860.

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Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

Honey Hoop, Hotel soap, Diamond White 8oap. CONFECTIONER-ST .FRUITS, &c Cranberries, Raisins, Figs, Prunes, CutoanU, Dates, Citron, Oranges, Lemon*, Nuts of all tindw ami Candies of every variety. ' >^ Kerosene Lamps, Lamp globes, slid Brushes, Kerpaene Oil. Camphine, Alcohol, BurningKluid, andMn fact anything and everything thatU usually found in a drugstore. ' • • jManki ' ul for kind favors and patronage heretofore fcrrtowed upon him, he solicits a continuance of the same, and hopes that bv endeavoring to please, he may win the confidence of the p«ople. Physicians' prescriptions promptly and carefully compounded at all hours. J. P. KURTZ. nov.29, 1860

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Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 17 January 1862

DR. T.D.FRENCH, DENTIST, TyBSPECTFULXx^ffeWBiTs ero ' cesTdTlSrcif^ I \j iiens ol Waynesboro' and surrounding country. He 1* prepared to perform all operations in Dental Surgery in a superior manner. Teeth-inserted from one to an entire tel in tbe most approved and substantial manner, and warranted not to be surpassed for beauty and durability. Charges moderate and all work warranted as represented. N. B. Will visit residences when requested.— Office * , on Mechanics Street, opposite the residence of J. R. Webb, np stair*.

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