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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

l'JiW£! CVBRENV AM^ERSON, BENEDICT 4 .CO, (toiretfed Weekly, ' W4JAVES9OR . Q, ^cK 1 ? i^fia U.t"tT9B -.-.»- 15 Soap •-••». 4 to 8 Uako --it 7 f AJitfOit *•» ¦ «. 8 Uacojj (hnnjs). 10 WAwpp Wool -. -. 30 uo. sides X UNvy, ^anKD " Wopr, SO -do. shoulder 7 Pahbp P«lcnE8 00, £ce 12 I Vu{ifD .\ eri%a - - . U0 ' OF ,—r JO8IAH BESOHE. \ • Corrected Wttkly.. \\A\bk.Ui01iQ<, Ffb. 7. 1802, Qt'TTKB 15, WasUKD Wool, 30, Eggs s 12 (Jhwasukd " ., SO, I.aud 7 Clovbc Sksd '1'ali.ow 8 Tiuotiiv; 8*ii>. 00, Soap v 4a6 Flaxserii . 1 oO, Bacon (liarnn) 10 1'aued 1'kacubs fjl), Bacon (siura) 7 Ukpaokd " - Ott Uacon (shoulders) 7 Dmkp Arrwa r»_ 00,

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

If'ilt it Maid Good?—According to an old German saying, i f the ground-hog comes from iu hiding place on ihe 8d t>l Ftbrnary, and the day should be clear enough to permit the auimal to see its at>adow, it will immediately return .and nut einerge again for six weeks—thus signifying, that tbe -weather will be rough arid unsettled for that period, «nd vice versa. Welt, the sun shown on the 3d, and of course shadows were east, so that, aceord ing to this adage, we will experience rough, unsettled weather lor the next six weeks. Will it hold good! Kit does, there will be no forward of movein,ent of our troops, that's sure; and the tflen in camp will suf fer more than they would on. a battle Geld. —CAam. Despatch. ' '

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

CP"Th« steamshi p jtiparid, which arrived- at New York last week from Hamburg, brouglilan unusually heavy cargo ol merchandise, and nearly two thttuund vasee oi ar«js and, other war material.— These cases contain four thousand sa' sres and over forty-five thousand stand of Arearms, besides equipments ol various descrip lions, and samples of ar«na, which enterprising manufacturers ari sending htie «iih a view of effecting* sales. A large proportion of the arms in the hands of our iroopfc--especially the guns bought by the agents of the (jifierent Stales (or this markei—ar,e of German manufacture, and weie tuouglil to New York to German sttamers almost exclusively.

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Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

IPSSillS Q4k3L3 nfHE umlcraigncd vritl cell at public sain at hii \f. liii residence, I) miles northeast of Waynoaboro*, on TiB-D-vv the 25th of PKBROAav, J863, tho following property, tj wit: 2 HORSES/ 14 HEAD OF CATTLE, , 4 FAT STiSEKS; 15 HEAD OP HOGS; 2 one-haree wagons. Plows, Harrows, Hone Gears, log and flltli-chain, spreaders, double and (Uigle trees; 1 Kollcr, I Hand ("art, 1 Grind Stone, I KolN ing Screen; 1 set of BLAC Ka& M IT H TOOLS, CORN. OATS and Potato«a by the bushel; Hay by the ton,an<l many olhc r articles not neceisary to mention. Sale to commence at 10 o ' clock on »aiJday, whoa a reasonable creJil will be, given. Pcb.7—to. JOHN GEHR.

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

ur'J'ha prevent rxjtens . rs a\ the government, \n tlie tingle item of salarie*, ainuunt to nearly twelve million d o llars aniiua^ly- A bA'l. W'H U« . reported by tue M ouse Coniiujtlee u( Vfaya and Means, to redu. ee a|l M'« salaries twenty-fircpefcent which will 8 . av. e the Government nearly two mifliun live hundred thousand per annDin, ami still leave sufficient inducement in the «ba.p? ' of fine salaipra to attract thousand; of patriots, ul equal ability \u those hum; holding the positions., to seek after \henj i,u as wild a flitM a«.ever,o.ccpired in former years.

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

Near Rinjgold, on the Hth ult., Daniel, ¦oh of Dftvid. NfcwcOmer, (aged 8 yeari, \ month and 3 days. Near thi« place on the 14th ull;, Jfarru Milton Wilet, oldest son ol Jacob. Wiles, aged 4 years, ft,months and 7 days; Near this place, on the 4ih insi., Sam/\ jplifabeih Roto aged. 4 months, and ft days. In Chambersburg, vesy suddenly, on the aoth nlf, Sqn\uel Clark, aged fltl yea,rs. and If, months.- " ' " . . On the 2ft.fi ji\i., near Qrrslowo, o f Palsy, Mri Margaret Feller, aged 88 years 9 months and 10 days . On Saturday last, near Fanriettsburg, Miss. A' oncy. daughter o( J.js. Fliekingec, aged about &$, years. . • '

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

PUBLIC SALE.. WITJ4 be fold nt public sale, on SATonpAT tho 8th day or Marcb, next, nt. 1b'cloqk on, said day, the following Keal Estate, situated on Main Street in VVaynnslioro', bounded by, lof* of Peter 43eiff Jict, Wm. H. Miller and others ', to wit;. 1 LOT of GROUND, containing thereon a TWOSTOKY STONE DWELLING HOUSE. with a BACK-BUILDING attacked; al»o—a Two, Story . —=i. BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, together with a BAUN, Carriage House, ' and all othi-r necessary buildings therein erected Conditions will be made known on day of sale by WILLIAM HAMMETr, Feb? Eicrulor of David Hammett, dee'd

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

Good Stock.'—We give below the weight of a litter of ten hogs, 18 months old, recently slaughtered. Four we'e f«d by Mr. John Men'zer of life vicinity nf Leiters burg, four by W. P. Mayhugh of the same vicintty and two by ourseJf. First lot 388. 956. 357. 333-1434 Second «> 278, 308, 353, 380—1319 Third •• 317, «90— 807 Total . 33.60 These hogs were purchased of Mr. Jos Menicer when small shoals. The average weight is certainly bard to beat.

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

*i»ier engaged in making a bed. and raising it up told her lie was "going to shoot her." Pulling the trigger of the gun it went oflV the load Iddging ^ the;, beau of ih« Unfortunate girl and killing ber instantly. J'lie boy stales that lie was unconscijUis. nj there being ' s load in tire gun and had no intention of committing the murderous ^.(.—.^h\ppensburg News. «(>M.—The property of Mr. l«sp. Stq-|.er advertised, for- several weeks iji this paper was sold privately a few days since For $2,650. Purchaser, David Nbwcom eit.

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

^^ ^ *M ™. "^ ^!??^?.. On the 4th inst., at the resiilenre of thf bride' * father, by the Re». I). F. Gnod t$r. Solomon Nttocointr, to &li»4 Susaniit P. Rohref, eldest daughter of H»v. Jusepli Rohrcr: In Chamhorshu»g, on the 80ih ult., by the Re*. J- Steck, Mr. Abraham Jt. Price, to Miss Elizabeth . Stover, bath ol the vicinity of Way nesburo'. Oa tf:*4th inst. at the Franklin Hotel, in Chambersburff. hv the Rer. S. M Henry, Mr. Hiram. If. Ifertz. nfQuincv.ta Mim. Lizzie, youngest daughter of ^acoft M|d . -

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

of wretched)*eas ~; ^ We sincerely trust tlie news is true that General Thomas is advancing into I't-nnrssee, and pray he mav not stop until he lias taken possession of Kuoxville. Thou sands will flock,to hit* standard, and the great avenue nf communication between the East and Wen «ili be thus broken U P- ^ A Confederate Treasury note reads a* follows:—"Six months after the ratification of the treaty «¦{ peace between the Confederate Stairs and tlie Untied States, ihe Confederate Sui-s of America will pay five dojlars to brarer, &c " -

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Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

Notice—New Pirm. THE >ul<scribcr having ilurxwed of hiaentiro Stock of (iooila to Mtnn , CoHifloworoi.Clusr «lon, notiQcs all uersoii* indebted to bint on Store Boolfe to settle their account* with anil pay the amount of their indebtedness to dither John i~ Study or Daniel Urieker. Tho new firm will oanAinuo tho bu»ine«i as heretofore.. A. 8. MONK. ( juincy, Jan ^31 ,J868. Biackamith ~ Bijo^ for Rent. THE iubscriber offers fur rant tha. well known UI.AUKHMI 1'H SHOP., ntualed at the \Ve»t end ol Woyne^boro, now occupied by Jol>n CUue. Poineiuiou will be given on the Utdayof Ami Wl * JaaSl ™ DAMI5L 8jnVELY. .

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

Resignation tfa Paslor.—TUe Rev. H. W. Spphr, the much, esteemed Pastor ^ oi the German Ui formed Churches/of the Waynesboro* Charge, recently? tendered his resignation, and it has been accepted by the General Consistory. ' _„ His resignatin.i will be regretted by the congregations of which he has been Pas lor and the ehizens^ f our town generally. We understand he has received a call from from the German Reformed Chtreh of Greensburg. in Westmoreland county.

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

dour, E*o. ., of the ticitritjr 61 Waynes, koto. , .. I^Acoornpanylng-ihe above notice we received ah abMridantiupply of choice calje. f.if>hich frjeftil UiRAit and his hap. py brid» will ae&pt our thanks. May prdsnetiiy and Ijfi* OngMcpiness be theirs

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

Valuable Profjcrty for Sate.—The dwelling hooae i>ce*>pisd by Ur. Uhotiiicr-ton with the brick building adjoining it, will be sold a. t Poblic Sale «n the Qih «f March Seeadvertuement. %,JifyitMM H hprJHrDthei^Qn, ym. A*f iftii a young wqmarl %. the nan\e of PyP. living midway ljeiwepn thi» placl anil R(e«i<urg W^s tha t dead bj her broth « ?r, a fail of n hfr^ ten or i«#'ve years 61 age. We i(Mol«l thai tHe hoy. tooK sj gun Vfhich bad btMh »tand, i(:g fn a y liWer room df his (atber ' s hniisp ^rid w«|i crtnveyihg itsup siairt where lit observed.his

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

FILL AND HI Mi: II GOODS iloseph Price, Northwest t'orwr 0/ tic Dlflnuad, It now oiTtiting Soy, jOt ; m^u; (fcj^ra^re FALL AND WINTBR 0001)1$, HiFtoneh, UeriQsn, En^lMi uu d Aihotiuau Faiiricj, eom-(rrising a genera*. asu.irtmuHt of liiu latest Htyjjis ndajitod to Foil aud Winter trade. For Ladi,V !yVe»rJ lttchDre.ua silka, lilaok, plain and-fancy lirucadesj.PhUs in great variety; l-'rench Morino* in all colors; rich prinrn 1 IWarinon. Wool Delainca, CuBlinieren, satin »iri|.(,od ilo., Aliiu.^ellaiuos, Wavej. Ix, Mohair mixiurra*, 'i'nilial Cloiiia; printed Al.iUdeolUinea, Pornian TwilUi, .Poplin, Dcbe£pR; Opei-.t Flannel«, in all culois, Scotch and Saxony Prinlcd French Uinghu'.nfl, Scotch do., Laric.iBicr do-jPlaid' Embroideries, h ces, Ujuntlets, Kid Gloves, white and fancy, Froncli worked .Collars, Dimities, fincy dress Oimp<, Cord Uiadiug, and velvet' Uil> l>dn &c, &c.; in sliort, he Ji is all tha novelties of jho sea^wi. FALL &...

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

EOOBS - WE respectfully inform our customors nnd all persons who wUh to purchase cheap FALL anB WINTER DRY GOODS that we have jurt returned from tho • eastern cities and are now receiving a largo and well selected assortment of <3& CE> OD IE) S8^e of nil kinds, patents, varieties and priws, which wo promise to sell as cheap, and on as fair terms, a* any other house in town or country, and we feel confident we'can deal with all in such a manner as to give entire tiatisfaclion The following comprUe part of our Stock which ia always on baud. DRESS GOODS 01 all kiuds for Fall and VVinter . wear lie l.a men, A lp.icii«; Merino*, CoburM, DiUrge*. Lustres, PluMs Silks, Collars, Slcflv**, Prints, lloopj -MBN'S ' t Pall and Winter, 000 n 8. - Casniint-rs, ' CassiiiclU, Clotlw, Volvet, ' Satin, Vesting, Cord, Fustian, Cravats, Collar*, KrcaftU, lidk'b, Hois. A HEAVY LOT Of DOME9TIC GO0DS Muslins, Sheeting, Chitting, Ticking*, Omia 'nucg, llaggiug, . BurlaiH...

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

RFBW GOODS Which he intends selling at vacy low rates, which he knows he can do,to the ttalUiuclion of all who will call nnd examine his stock. Uclow you will find enumerated a few articles which will be found among his stock to which he calls your attention. FOR THE LADIES He has a large assortment of Dress Uoodsi consisting in part of Printed Thibet Cloth, Printed nnd plain Delaines, , Colhildo plaid, Colhilde. Stiipe, Plaid Mohair, Silk Warp Mohair, Paranietta Clolh, Printed Coburg, Printed Morino, French Moiiuo, Madonna Cloth, « Printed anil plain Cashmeres, French and UonifHtio (iingliains, Poplins, ' Pongeo Mixtoro, Lavcllu Cloth, Long and Square/Thibet and Morino Shawls, Opera Cloaking, (j Ii>\ch, and Hosiery, in great variety. Gentlemen's Wear, liro.id Cloths, Black ami Fancy Cassijuiyos, Union Cauiiimerej, Overcoatings, SuttinetJ, Jeans, Twetds, Velvet Cord, Vclvatiuo Vcstings of all kindr, in fart n full assortment of goods for (ftmtlsiiieu' * wear. Also...

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Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

FIRST «Ci. L22 Si 12 *\2y cSi. SJa • OF PILL MB TOT1R GOODS, TT A VINO just rplurnc.il fr.mi tli.i E.i.itorn citiis ^_J_wit)i-aiii>th»r !r-l7T)t-orTiic\v - aYfn~^it.ganli . l ..| l ., l.a.lk-n" DRESS GOODS, mi»iirpa«!cd for «>;auty^ Sty"te nn4 QiaKty ar* l st IVAN1C PIUCBS. F©2t TMB fe4OZ©J, Wool L)clarn«s 'B'lUlbiUknn , ^> . ~ _ 'Frunfh \ff-in w, Piluh-J (\diurs, C islrjifvL-j, Mohair Al.ij ne*, L.ivelliCljHh, Di'lii-irrs. ^^S. PeNi.in Uelaiies, ^ S«i.« (inigh.ini, Ladies Wool Elastic Skirts . ' E \lonsi.>n Skirl*, Apron Ta«eli, and a lu.lla*iorliiU'nt of DieM Triiiiinmg«, Ac. aBNTLEMBN'S WBAH, Frenrh Cloth, (' a*irmierii, Vcsuug*, . Satinet, T,wei"il< .luuin, . Oords, . • Velveteen*, Collar^,. ' iilovvtt . Shirt Frotiti.

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

[For, the Record iHGBiWWJDR ny |i. s .. *• *~ Thouingrate! Whyarotby look* cart down, *Ti» memory' * hated jroice of Justice, Recoiling like jthe Slanderer's venom {Jpoji thy conscience smitten brow. / Stand up thou fiend] while . deytla rn,ock - 'j'iiy lo»tli«>roe#e8S in eporjive mimicry, And gods and men abhor ^ gprb. That cannot hide the dull deceit : (^_£h«i-*itlatgiHlhfcBotrt-—F»H unity ~ A blasted'hour of fitful hope and Sportive gloe flow some with noi«ele»» -, >• tSfev, afld beat eternal » Uriel* to the foul L. ^ " Impress thnt thou hast madd. Ungrateful wretch! $¦ ¦ Think not that man was bom to live And die amid the selfish schemes Of bis own wicked and ungrateful bear); A higher destiny is his. High, noble And enduring as sempiternal Inye, His deeds outlive the grove, and Will adorn or stigmatise* his name. A marble slab will mark'thy Iiodjo jAml liear upon its snered fronj A lecord of tby noble deeds; or Blas. t Ihy name with full detail Ot thy ingl...

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