Village record. (Waynesboro', Pa.) 1863-1871, May 23, 1862, Image 3

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    Pgo4 %TENT
arA It sasottn,
• _ ..44 rreSß OR 0.;
Boom' WAsniv w6ol` . 30
BINS 19 UnwApnio •‘• 20
LARD CLOVINED
TALLOWrIIIO* SLID 00
• 13oAp 4aB •FluizsteD 100
BACON (hWNS) PANND PNACIEINS 00
BACON (siues) 7 troreAnn " 00
BACON Obiraicters) 7 D 5333 APPLU 00
KHOO TARN
BY THE UNION FORCES TOGETHER
WITH THE
,WHOLE REBEL . ARMY !
11101 MIS mar
'This riete4 urge 'gained frith. - very little
Loss on Our -an4 yet another, .
JOSIAH DESORE
hes just returned from the Eastern Cities, and is
now opening the most extensive:stock' of
' '
SUMMER GOODS
ever brought to Waynesboro', which he will eel)
cheaper than any other hOuse this side of Richmond.
Consisting of rverything`•usnally found in a . well
The community is invited to call and examine
my stock which n l Will take great pleasure in show
ing to all who may favor me with a call.. To con
vince you 1 have a splendid stock I will ennutnerate
a few of the Mailing articles now in store,, all of
which I will sell at greatly reduced prices. .
FOR THE LADIES
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Including the Ittest novelties in Summer Dress
Goods. to which 1 respectfully invite the attention
of the ladies.
The choisest Collars,The fi nest qualities,
I
The largest stock, The best assortment,
ever exhibited in Waynesboro', tend at unpreceden
ted •
ULazwuQr WzrtlePcDa3
Superior extra heavy Blk. Silk, Blk., Brown.
Blue and Isilack Foulards, Pikea (light *grounds,l
Bouquets of Chintz, Collars, Satin plaid -and prin
• Mcirguilise,Valncia Plaid, Silk and shepherd's Plaid,
silk Lustre's. atriped Himalayas, BM. Persia ' Blk.
Grenadine, Blk. and fancy Baragc , A nglaise Braze,
.Ai gla's Hich colored Challies, Jack 'meta and Or
gandies, Grissaile gr hind, French 13 rillia nts, French
Chintz of the latast a tylea, Cambrick Lawisa, Pop
line. striped do., Lavellus in all &Pilots
TOURISTS
Manchester, Pacific and Hamilton Helaine of all
styles and shades
.fer
for ladies wining's. Barques. Mantillas, new and
elegant styles, Shawls, French worked Collars,
Linder flecvcs end in vets, Enibroidered anti Hem
stitched Handkerchiefs, Kid (Moves, Silk and Lyle
Gauntlets,Cortl anti 'Asides. Head-mitts, lit Its Bel
ting of all descriptions.
BUB AO MILLEY OOHS.
Such as Blk. Bombazines. 81k. Parcailcs, Polar and
Poplins, Barages, Ducells, ChuHies, Gingham,
Prints, Ilk. Eng. Crapes, from 24 to. 7-4 wide,
111 k, Kids, Gauntlets„Crape Cellars, &c. lily line
of Millenary„Guods is complete.
TRIMMINGS
Purl: ns Bugle Gimps and Lures, 111 widths. Belt
Bibbons, morrow Silk Qua ps, Dress Curds, Fringes
&c. Spool Silks and ull Colors of Shetland Yarn,
Zephyr worsted, dm.
PRINTS
AND DOMESTIC
OOHS!!
embracing' all the most •fsvnrite Brands such as
Meritnaes, ktprague, Pacific, COChiee
. 11, Manchester,
American and English Pr' nts.
BLEACH - ED GOODS.
Harrison Mills, (Chester Hill, New Mikeket,
Lomasle, Conewngo, Great Lnke,
Mayflower. Lawrenee, Belmont,
Waltham, Hill Mani: Co.
and other brands.
BROWN COTTONS.
Pacific Sbeetings
Portsmouth "
Shavvmut
Appleton o
Plymouth 4'
DINSHAMS AND FURNITURE CHECKS,
lopoillich l am maimed to off or _groat bargains,
ALSO
2.4 and 4 : 4 cheeks, Ticking's Dennims. 13kte
Morvens. Damasks, .81arting Stripes. Nankeen:*
Corset Jeans, Crach & fiaelt Towlntr.
GENTS WEAR:
ITALIAN CLOVIS,
Bik. and fancy Clutha,
•. .4 Cassinaccea
tin mixed do.
Merino do.
Cashmeretts
, Marsailes
Vatencies
Grenediens
Hosiery
- ' Cravats
' Cotters, &o.
~~aoc~s.
A larue and well selecied.mock, in which I am
prepared
_to offer great inducements to
,purchasers.
Consult your own inteMat mul.exanaine my snook
before inueliasing. - •
CipUEENS WARE
Chaska, pious audyllieueware,.
of the latest - styles always on band at pr i c es that
defy competition. ' , ~ .
TIN :Pitabieribeeioadent kis thsakiviiitalltiaalla
oak alouguartl9l.o4l4o.9a,t antti,pasomaga r aad
reapecrally..4antipuance mr,lito ,Name,
Dote.C. , 644:the-lilaae - .Vtitar iirbtain awl Chuich
97# 00
et ' ." " IMAI r rAWA 4 ND *room Soto,'
tiefelidtettiliatittliithigi;iiiegittids• t
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~ JOKAti ligttOß&• '
ROMM
A mmikeng Shertings,
Merchants 0
illattildroll of
Canton. 61
Shawmut "
T . Predit,
Jeans
Litmus,
r • A Li: *bud,* sit rittrtiatot oQtai ate - , '
•Xiip.. (itia)2l) . . Point's
1M P; ityou want to purchase a nice l'erasal
allot ; ;(mad 23) Pune* ,
LI EA I ) nutinotmsolothlesiesirtinis at ,
A M PY 2 9 . . . . PSICS ' O
111 1 1 4 E 14104 4. Ylf; of Silk Mestere mai Lace Points
. .-i . at— (raiyit,3) • Piticc'e
NOMMEXPIMIONI
. 7'; , 3'f • • • 7 7 ,
1161 2111.161,
Lol4‘j SUMM ER
arrived from Phiilaildphia this week. stesnied up
to our sgure, and threw—oti ! ye fair. portion of
creation
.!—the Most delightful stook of fleecy giro&
straight into_ oue door, thitt elver heightened our
counters :rust, thnibtlets totilessethe
•
came a ihoiWn of Silky Debegirsi U filssrines, Sky
tinted 'Lawns, - Chintzes, Modena, : Maiambiclues,
Himalayas, Poplins, Chillies, &cM oreriTY - hus - of
the Rainbow . , glistening like stays, that will make
the old lOok young, and the young like Genii t then
followed a broad streets of is ankeens; Muslins, Ta
ble-alai-rem Calicoes osa aburges, beneath 'which
came flying like birds of beauty, Head-Dresses,
Sleeves and Collarsin setts, Shakers, Hosiery, Sun-
Umbrellas—beauties—gauntlets, and all those d ear
little tick-tacks which make he ladieslook so charm
ing; above it a dark sheet of
MOURNING GOODS.
in elegant variety. Mk. Grenadines, Dyndore Dere
ges, WOGI DeLaines, Chalies, Lawns, Ilidiarines,
Crape Despanges, Eng. Crape, Eng. and American
' Ants, plain anA ligm red, Eri - gaml — French - C3
Veils, Mourning Collars, Gloves, Hosiery, &e.—
everything - to reador the mourner beautiful in her
sorrow. After these at, eaum ceased to flow there
was another expliun and in came pouring for the
GENTLEMEN
Bales of Silky Broad-cloths, Parisians, Cassimers
Black and fancy, double and singled milled, in 'su
perb styles, fancy as a sulibeam.—vyith the accom
paniments, splendid Vestings, Silk, Marseilles plain,
brilliant, and beautiful Neck-tics, unimpeachable
'hirt-breasts anti Collars. everything to set the Gent
411 fur a picture, antrinake hint presentable even at
the Capit lof the Nation. •So Gents. look in ) and
see, seeing is belieying. All over the pavemtlit lay
boxes, which when_ opened disp'syed those good,
soy, subita ntial wares, our noble, ind mations '
MOTHERS
like so much to see ; because they must !jive them,
to make the boys trowsers, and the girls dresses:
here they are strong as buck-skin. cotton, woolen.
mixed, jeans, goods of now styles, cheap and dura
ble, cotton stripes, drilling., calicoes of late styles,
ticking, sheeting., in fact all that our young friends
require Yr hq arc starting on their matrimonial jour
ney through life. .
Well, iliuxe goods were hardly stowed away, when
.• • .
Our Poor., Old Ehbxceresse Ems!
•
loaded heavy,-oh very—mitt Gioceries, Queens.
ware, and Hogsheads of that delicious Loaf-sugar,
Syrups, and klugar-houso molasses ' hogsheads and
b,irrells of sugars of every grade. Shit], Mackerel,
Herring, fresh from the briny wave, lueious cheese
from New England, brooms, spices,—and a splendid
lot of SUGAR CURED HAMS,—and sweet Ba
con—and Yankee Notions, together with a lull as
sortment of
HITS BD SHOES!
Leghorn, chip, Piste fur and wool Hats. gents an 1 la.
dies hot t. is d e , ap di. tr.ietingly cheap.-
Now all these attUrs startlingly, and touchingly set
torth_nre for sale and Exhibition nt the store of
the mndersigne.l, who, with many thanks for past
encouragement, and patronage, rein this
Respectfully your &daft. servant
(may 23) - JOSEPH PRICE
HO! FOR QUINCY.
Second Arrival of Spring and
Summer Goods.
COLLIFLOUR & CLUGSTON.
We are now receiving and offering to sell a new
and full assortment of
DRY GOODS.
Which we think :we are prepared to sell on as rea
sonable terms us any other house in to wn or coun
try. '
full assortment of
LADIES DRESS GOODS
of all kinds. Silks, Deliana, Airmail, Printed
(Zanies, Ging hams, Lawns, Fancy Printe, Ladies
Shawls44c.
MENS SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
of all kinds. Cloths, Casmimere, Mine- Tweeds
Ken. Jeans, Cot townies. Vesting'', Handker . chiefs,
Neck Ties, Misery. A full' assortment of Plain
and Fancy Cassimeres •
QUEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE.
A large stock of •
Cznez•cai•a•ac.ficostso
Which we ere prepared to offer us low us any oth
er retail store in the countiy.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
for n en's a rut Ladle's wear of all sorts and sizes.
Also a large and well selected stock of
•
'DOMESTIC ,- GOODS.
Mueller's, 'Pickings, and a complete assortment of
Notions. • Looking Glasses. Hardware, Hats and
Cups, Paints and tills, Fresh , had and Herring by
the barrel. 4t is no use tr)mg to enumerate. 1.1
you want anything in the Dry limas 'line, just call
und you wilt dud us rcady_ , to wait on you with
pleasure
Itt,ollo CHESTNUT JOINT SHINGLES for
Sale Country produce taken in exchange lot t wo,lB
at the highest market prices.
by strict attention to business and a d e sire to
please in every respect, we hope to merit a con
ittruance of patronage.
May •2S) 101.1411.0WE1t dr. CLUOSTON.
6 6011 ! fur wings to soar," right down at Price's
stem. N 1 but fur?, li'hy ro get spine
more uf that New Syrup--only 122 cents a
quart at Putcx's
LAMM/MY MESS SHAD to.. • cheap at
..rjrna)23 . Mitwee •
tit Air Plain and
Caney. Fur bale cheap at
Linuy2 .
THE . Eirgibst lot of Reap Skirts ever brought- to
Wayerliburu%•can.4ool
(m*y23)_ 4 : • "'
Nivea,
. . .
ANOTHER - lot of those nice Atiiiiers at
.
, way 1,',3) , ' • " .I!ecet,
relyou wa n t iu see a nice and well se : • 41
Auernitur goods call ut tuay23.), !'ages
A ,frerh , arrival of Corpe►iiigr from 25 genus to
*MID of (neyra) rulues•
*it *1414411010.
VetT 4bes rOlit Office
- •
•• • AM C. ‘LAlkiniliki;k2Ul - 4. ' : -" Creigh. Rev. Geo,
Cor : Hoilrf lEisnii; Mrs. buten Harkle i ,
4: , Dilk 'tee. Elizabeth IshhilN - Geerge D. hillier,
Rev..lohis P. Oakermitir, Jacob Shook, David pho:
her. Himry,Socks, John WhetYleY. : • •
Persons calling for any ado, ebo ve ktiere • will
please say thory.erere advertiee,ll.
Amay23) „ • VA, PRAJNOTON; P. M..
• Pla*o asi i . 4 elodeousi
HE • undersigned, hititggbt.el — m
se Agent for
rn
T'
• Wm. Knabe & CO's. (orthittiennre) , celebrated
pianos. nd `of Uerhart; treedhant & unser.
peered Mithxhanns,tri prepared '. - to lilfarbrh
vela with the titmice hotrod instnonet. eh* Pd.
cea. All iestriments ivanntited by I tanufactui•
era.
Letrantion the above instruments given town
or coutini.— (tney2lt) , T. L. IBITDB.
G4,111)1I,E1II_,* KENNINGS'
GREAT AMERICAN CIRCUS.
The largest and most, campletly equipped Eques
trian Establishment in the world, comprises
THE GREATEST ` ' TROUPE -
Mumpeatt-aud-American-jdale-and—rettial , •
-fiats, and the most Magnificent Collection of won
derfully TRAINED HORSES• AND PONIES
ever brought together, offonling facilities for the
presentation of more novel and varied . Perform:ni
ce:l than have ever been given in a traveling exhi
bition.
The managers lakes pleasure in announcing
to the public lila. they are able for this season of
V 2, to cater for their atnusement in a superior man
lier to any traveling .company. The wagons have
been newly painted and decorated so as to present
a neat and elegant appearance. 'The harness is
new and beautiful. -The wardrobe is of the most
costly description, manufetured from designs im
portial from l'a,eis during the pant Winter ; and in
fact die whole paraphernalia is of such a ascription
as to at once give satisfaction to all.
Will Exhibit in
WAYNEsBORO' TII6SDAY, MAY 27.
HAUEItSTUWN W EllN ESDA Y, MAY 28.
Afternoon and evening of each day. boors open
at 2 and 7—Performance taco mmence half an hour
later. WAthnission 25 Cents.
(inc et the greatest feat:nye of this Exhibition is
the
ENGLISH I 4 TEEPLE CHASE.
Introducing the entire Company, mounted upon
their highly,ruettled, thorough bred litmus, leaping,
Hurdless Hedges, &c.
THE ZOIJAVE HALT,
Will also perform another feature of the Show; in
which the Horses will, at the word of command, lie
down, set up, and- go through a peat variety of
performances.
me a Dui Trice
he beautilul Trick Florae, Washington, will sp.
pear at each Entertainment, and go through his
_wonderful and truly surprising perfortriaiicet
-LOOK AT THE NAMES.
Dan Gardner, R. Hemmings, George' DCI , IOIIB
John Foster,Menry Morerte, Signor Parker, F. W.
W Milker, ons. Benoit, King Brothers, Miss Eliza
Gardner, Mad. Camille, Little Minna, Master Ed.
Gardner, C. Ricker, J Wambold', Bolme, Dick
Bull, and a host of auxiliaries ; the whole forming a
bright constellation of Equestrian, Acrobatic and
Gymnastic talent; the whole enlivened by the wit
of three great Clowns—Dan Gardner, John Foster
and Young Dan.
WOn the morning of the exhibition the Com
pany will enter town in grand procession, Igiqed
by Peter Britner's American Brass Band, se:Mk:Tin
a beautiful Band Coach. drawn by a line of fplen
did horses, followed by ail the horses, ponies, car
riages, luggage vans, &c., &c.
W. H:GARDNER, Agent.
C, WITNEY, Advertiser. [May 16-2 w
14110 - 11113111TICCIIM•
frHE undersigned begs leave to inform the pai
j lic that he hes established himself in business,
at the old stand, on Main Street, in "Sinokelown,"
next to Eli Little's . Smith Shop, where he is pre
pared to Trim, Paint, and make all needful icpairs
to CA rriages and Buggies. “Sinull favors thank
fully' received." A N DBE W STREAL Y
May 16—if.
MORE NEW GOODS
"VARIETY STORE."
TBEAVER, in connection with his Variety
p • stare, has commence.l the manufacturing of
TOTS and SHOES in all its various branches.—
Having employed Jeremiah Cooper as foreman, he
is prepared to prailuce the finest, neatest and must
durable work 111/1111, anywhere.
All are invited to call.
A large stock of Hats and Cape, (including all
kinds of Summer Hats for 1 / 1 011 and boys,) and
Eastern manufactured Shoes and Boots of the best
cofshatt.l; CI cks. Trunks, Began+. Tobacco,
&c. You get th►. very best KEROSENE there.
Ma) 9 . J. •BEAVER.
v AVAr7 I 7 I- 1 11. Q* ll rib nt-r- 7 3 0 =
DIMS, M.
M. STONER takes this method of thank
eing his customers, anal informs the public
that lie has just returned 'from : Philadelphia with
the4argest assortment of Drugs, Modicines, Paints,
Oils, Dye Stuffs, Soaps, Perfutnary, Confec
tioAary, &c., die., Oat has been brought to the
lance thiS season, which ho will sell r heap. Ho
has on hand, with what he is receiving. latllres his
assortment of Patent Medicine greater in variety.
than any other establishment in the Place. In a
few weeks, lie will pubhsh his list of manufscturee
artieleil. He has uu herd now. his Cough Medicine,
put up in six ounce bottles, price 24 cents, "HO
CUM :10 p:ly. " • Its curative properties are now
fully appreciated, judging Irvin its daily sales.
May 9 '62.
66 Hazard% Electrie Powder."
American Sportinz Powiee.
' American Sporting :itle . cti
Hazard's DucicePoialW, •
Iluzard's Duo P4tvdt*,
rd 'd Misting Powder,
I.lazzirtra Blagting Poieder,
The brit Powder made.
The beat Powder made.
The ohly placejitta can get it je at
BROTHERTON'S.
5000 Rails for Sale.
Irvim subscriber has now on Imq : ben() gaud
• - 11.
. 4 1 0
, CHESTNUT RAILS which he will (Helium
of on reasoualiki Wins. Also—ono inio.l ROA U
li r A(ii iN• • • • -4. .11... S. FORNEY,
.tuna— tf
I.
"STOVE CLEANING MADE EMI'
AriALI. at "Brat tour". mut is' aFliaitagetoi
Ly ..Curburot of . artiroliost p*h
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.. Unriyalleil,in ec on om y, _ -,_ ~ - -
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`: - reaniplUgitty **PIMA; ' .....,. , .
The only place lii iniy iiie:''giriiiiioe - tirticie i s at
apfts . . 111110 - filgit #'4/N'S
IF:$1 you wailt a nice pair of G atintlqa trutn,374. to
:$1 25, rail at Capri.' - Peten'.o .
AT THE
lIMMEI
MO=M
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• Groteries,.
Eliot -. 1111111i11111
LACItt-AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,. &C.
sTuvEl
- i t.
Tit BANK FiTh for kind favors and patronage here-.
tofore bestowed upon. bins, again, appears before,
the public to solicit a , contintiance Of the same.—
He having just reterned from,the,eastern cities with
a fi ne and well selected stock of new
SPRING AlliD SIMMER
411131-11311141311.11011
Which he intends selling at very low rates, which
he knows he can do to the satisfaction of all who
will call and examine hii; stock. ..
Below you will find enumerated a few articles
which will be found among his stuck to which lto
calls your attention. •
FOR THE LADIES
He has a large assoslinont of Divot Goods consisting
in part of
Challies
Printed and Plain De!nines,
Fig'd and Col'd Silks,
.
Plaid Mohair,
Silk Warp Mohair,
Hereges,
Medona Cloth, '
•
French and domestic Ginghahns,
Poplini,
Pongee Mixture,
Cloth for Ladies,
. Wrappings,
• Gloves,
Hosiery, in great variety.
GENTLEMEN'S WEAR,
Broad Cloths,
Black and Fancy Cassinieres,
Union Cassinerea,
Buck Linens,
Cottonniles,
Summer Coatings„
Cl s , .
Velvet Cord, •
Al amines,
Silk Vesting,
Velvatine Vestings, of all
kinds; in fact a full assortment of goods fur Gen
men Wear. Also a large and well selected stuck of
• DOMESTIC GOODS,
Mullin, Ticking; and a complete a assortment of
Notions. ft's no use trying to enumerate. If
you want anything at'all in the Dry Goods • line,
just call in and you will find him ready to wait on
you with pleasure.
To persona having country Produce to sell, they'
will find it to their advantage to bring it to Sto
ver's,as he always gives the highest market price: So
give him a call, and he will sell you goods as cheap
as they can lie purchased elsewhere.
Aprll 1862
NEW GOODS:
11110THUTS' 11111DERE STORE!
Iron and Steel,
Shovels and Sp;utles,
Hoes and Rakes,
.Spades and Forks,
• • Nails. Brads and Spikes,
•
Locks, Hinges and Screws,
Latches, Staples and Bolts,
Oils, paints, Chow and Varnishes,
Mill, Cross-cut and Circular Saws,
Hand, Tenon, Web and Compass Saws,
Augers, Auger Bitts, Gimlet and Dowell Bitts,
Socket Chisels, Firmer Chisels, Mortising Chisels,
Pruning Sawsoind Chisels combined, Pruning saws,
Plastering Trowels, Pointing- and Garden Trowels,
Double and Single Bitt Axes, Hatchets, and Draw
ing Kniv, si White.wash Brushes, Shoe, Store and
Horse Brushes, Scrubbing Brushes, Cloth, Tooth,
and Paint 13rusliest.,Tuble Oil Cloths, Floor.
Cloths, Carriage Oil Cloths; Spokes, Felines, Hubs,
shafts, Peles, Springs and axles; Black-smith Bel
lows, Anvils, Vices, Hoof Knives, and Rasps; Tubs,
Bucsets, Churng; Rope, BasketsDruoms and Wash
Boards- '
Waiters, Trays, Candle Sticks Blinders
Coffee Canisters; Table Cuttlery, Pocket Cuttlery,
Pruning Knives, Pru sing Shears, Silver-plated
Ware, Table and Tea Spoons, Salt Shovels, (forks,
and Ladles, Albata Table and 'Pea Spoons, 'lron
Spoons, Tinned Spoons; Trace Chains, Halter
Chains, Cow Chains, Butt Chains, Sporting Pow-
der; Blasting Powder; Shot, Gun Wadding; Ar
nold's Writing Fluid, Shoo Blacking, Stove Black
ing; Lead Pencils, Gillotes Steel Pens, Writing
'Paper; Flour Srives,-Meal Seises. Sugar Selves and
Wire Cloth; Cooking Stoves, Nine Plate Stoves,
Coal Stoves; Carriage Lining. Carriage Lace, and
Carriage Trimming; to,lether with a large and
carefully selected snack of Cabinet and Saddlery
Hardware. _All echo desire to buy cheap are invited
to call and. examine my goods before purchasing
elsewheie, as I am determined to sell as cheap a
usual, notwithstanding the advance of some kinds
of goods. The subscriber would here take occasion
to return his sincere thanks to t he
. public for former
favors and hopes. by fair dealing: and cheap goods,
TO merit a continuance of the same.
apr2s WM. H. 13ItOTHERTO.N.
SPRING MILLINERY !
MRS. C. L. HOLLIEBERGER
• WOULD inform tho Ladies of Wayneshoro'
i
and vicinity; this) she has rem oved her Mil-,
linery Store tsi the building opposite the residence
of Wm. P. Wcagley. and has just received from
New York and Philadelphia her Spring supply of
new MILLINERY GOODS. II cc stock consists
of BONNETS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS.
Misses and Children's ilats,*(laps, Heed
. Dresses, with all other articles usually kept
by Milliners. The ladies are invited to'catl an'd
examine her.new goads. :, . "' • • May 2..1862, ••
SheriffaAty.
,_ , • , --,
?e ,
.
Fr HE undareigned again offi.rs himself to the U.
nion Republican COnvvriliun of this county as
'a candidate for the.Slierilnity. • Having received
next to the highest number of votes last time, ho res
pectfully askstlio influence .Ind votes.ef those ft ?ma
ble to his, noinination, anti if umninated and elected
ho plestge ! [ Outsell to . discharge hus duties with
promptness and fidelity ! , .• ,
' ' J. HARVEY GORDON. .
Wayiiesti '0'1f:4'2.104 ': ' ' .:• _ • ' •
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SECOND ARRIVAL,
AMBERSON, BE EDICT & CO.
1 01raynesboro' Pa.
MA ir 23.
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' SPRING. AND SUMMER
71 . 11 E are now receiving and o ffering-to sell a new
1,68 and FELL ASSORT HE NT' of
L'N\/,' Bll'il TI,ORDS
Which we think we are prepared to sell at as low
terms as any other house in town ur country.
U a , ff. :•- . T -',arms
DRESS GOODS
of all kinds
ChaHies.
Delainea,
lJ ereges,
Lavallas,
c,coiara.A.3Euss,
EMBROIDERIES.
MEN'S
SPRING AND SUMMER
• C 2- CI) CD 1Z:)
Co non atles, Cloths,
Ken. Jeans, Cass itnere,
Fine Twee ds,- , Writings,
Neck Ties, ' hosiery,
Cravats • . Summer Hats
Handkerchiefs, Shoes , slippers
A full assortment of Pln in And Fancy
CASSIME RES.
QUEENS ARE.
A good supply of Queenswaro and Ola saware of
the latest style. ,
GROCERIES,
Always on hand a heavy lot of prime Groceries,
COFFEE,
SUGAR,
SYRUP,
MOLASSES,
SPICES, &c.
To which we respectfully call the attention of our
customers snd the public generally; and at the same
time we return our thanks to customers, and the
community for their liberal patronage, and will en
deavor by , fair dealing with•all, to merit a continu
ance of the same. Please con and see.
•AMLIERSON, BENEDICT & CO
DRY FRUIT:
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at AMBERSON, BENEIDICT & CQ'S
PICKLES.
A LOT OF
GOod Pickles,
A IVIBERSON; BE NEDICT & CO'S
CERVIIN' FIXTURES;
OIL CURTAINS,
AMBERSON, BENEDICT do CO'S
A IFITLIA*SSOBTM E
•. • OF
PitINTS, MEISLINS, .GINGII IMS
and
apQ44l(O ,o.Dri4o,
4F 11LI . D FISCRIr PIONS
AMBERSON, & CO'S.
X:`:42I4EMINL I ES,
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ESCRig OFCOFF(E
AmftEßsow o nEtiaplcrr &scio's,
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NPRINO;MI
a
Hairair*reo
,INEENSWARE :AND .CEDAINAiIti%,
arT - A vuvq,justirettneed front the Ettatem , Vitiee
he would call- ; the attention , of hie,cuetempte
and the patilic getie;ilSi to hi 4 ,
LA Et & SPLENDID ASSO TM NT
DRY GOOD'S!
. .
Which will be sold at extreinel3 taw Prices.. -
Below you Will find enumerated a few
which will be found among his stock, to whiettlie
invites your attention:
FOR THE LADIES,
Itratges,
Linen
MEWS WEAR.
BIN Silks
Cord db. '
Fig'd do.
lavdres,
Poplins,
Queentin-are, .
Haedware,
Boots and Shoes,
d
Cear liVisre.
Of the very best quality, such as
Syrups, and Porto Rica Mota.lse - a;
Best Rio Lopes,
Superior Prepated Coffee,'
Huonnull's Rest Essence;
No. 1 Chocolate, "
Raisins,
Tobacco,
liitse. &c.
The above goods have been carrell.* selected and
purchased at the very lowest figure. 'He idth.ct:efore
enabled to accommodate all who may lav,or him
with a call. By strict attention to business and a
desire to please in every respect, he hopes to merit
a continuance of patronage.
NO TRW-SIX TO SHOW coot's,
Country Produce takeri in exchnige for goods nt
the highest market prices J. W. MILLER•
ApriltB '62
ALE 3.CENTS PEE GLASS.
- •
HE subscriber informs his customers that •he
T
has removed his Restaurant .to- the house of
Mts. Blair, next door to Beaver's Variety Store,
where he will have for sale Oysters, Eggs, Ham,
Cheese, &c. Also Washab'augh's and hudwig's
Ale at cents per sa. J' )B. FUNK. '
AprillB_
-MT. OPE STORE. •
THE underaigred would inform his cultamers•
and the pnlolic generally that he has just re
ceived from Philadelphia a s, full allayment of '•
Spring At Summer Dry litoods •
Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Shoes, Beets,
Mats Caps, and -all other articles usually retailed
by country merchants, nil of which will be sold as
low as the same goods can be purchaseiPelsevihere
in the county. The public. arc i nvited to cell and
examine his stock. JOHN M. COOT{.
Mt. Hope, April 18
BR. W. D. LECHER
A NNOUNCES to Lis friends and the public,.
generally that he is now ini
possession air •
the late and, most improved ivatruinents,apd
prepared to perform all DENTAL. operations. die
will be happy to'vrait upon those who*ranY ,
the services of an experienced -Dentist. MI opera. •
lions upon the mouth "and teeth performed in a -
scientific manner. Teeth inserted according ter the
latest improvements in tho, art, and. at, : moderate
rates. .
Office in his rcsideilee an the &nth' Oorndrof
the Diamond. • •
Apra 11, '62
A PEO - OrTIMEDLEVIgNER
: - UP AND SP ED 011:! -,..
!Oscan rrinke a man!—l mean in' appea - r.
once, with a coat fitting like a tothiah•pinto
pants and vest fit fir n president. Whainakes the
fine gents ynu Kee itt the :Mi. Tailor!—no'
mistake bout it, , Well, then we have just brougLit,
from the City, the neatest, sleekest; tuest,laticiest„
tqlliest, let of • •
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FANCY CA881:41E118, BLACK CASlNhitiartPr; --.. .• I":
, . , • 'CLOTHS AND vEsT
INas ' - ' • .47:•".
that can be seen in this quarta . , We will pledge eye. ' 4 . ,,,t .
selves to, turn out - goo I Fad AND' CittAt. &MTS.—f . ; t
Fresh, sparkling goods tol*ay4 pleaso,:andwe have: ,
,i7e., s
them, - We have the latest fuelnunPlates,,and will .. -4 - >V 4 ,,.. :
leave nothing undone to please- our friends and this . :!.. - tizi,-
"rest of rnankind."
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irl UR E - and unadulterated spiced-eider- Vinego.rif,
1 - , '- fur sale by §toner, .sigti .44f.JheAcd.tbM Kintlrit''4:4:'r
n Priee °Wig CePtg t i e -;3ll Sit. -:- ' , ' - '• ! !!r. - 4 1,,,, ;v1 , A,„,„t g ifi
' rf y.on'Avint, tci 'see'.l4yrup opier so•thick v xte , chie - eryiital iuul es-sweet as honey, ,eitltilt, 'l4k,
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Silke,
-01)1.1 tipea,
Primed hies, ,
bombazines,
Girighams,'
Poplins,
-ALSO:-
Ladies' Slimy
Plaid t;inglnti\k.
Brocades, ,
I• ancy Prints,. ,
Lawns,
Fancy Ca.sitneros,
Thin ‘•
Chiths;
Italian Cloth, . _ .
Vet!tiings.
' AlurHaillea,
,6Frathlines;
.4ithria3C39 Et z. 6 ,
U. uiws,
Twoeth,
leang,
bitter:,
shirt Fronts,. •.
Shit t C.. 11 ors,
Neck Ties, Ste.
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