Village record. (Waynesboro', Pa.) 1863-1871, July 11, 1862, Image 3

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    tliv: Andrew of Mag., has Alien the
best passible proof that he approves the call
for 300,000 additional troops, by issuing"
elaborate proclamation calling for the quota
from that State. Gov. Curtin, of Pennsyl
vania has also issued a proelamatitm calling
for additional troops from that State.
• One of tillandigham's constituents in
'Butler county, _Ohio, amused himself•last
Sunday, by roaming through the streets of
his village, hurrehiwi , for Ileauregard, and
cheering,for Jeff. Avis groaning for Lin
coln, an cursing abolitionists. He was
fined under the statute.
'13".11 is the current belief that Congress
will adjourn sine die by neat Monday, the
business before it being already reduced to
only a few prominent measures, and other
matters to4e disposed of without much con
troversy.
1105 - The Governor of Indiana has issued a
proclamation &lino' c out eleven regiments of
Infantry and six batteries of artillery.. The
people are responding to the call in that
State nobly. •
m.SPRING FASHIO N S, 1852
SILK HATS, •
FELT HATS,
WOOL HATS,
CAPS, &e
ClirStraw Hats all colors and styles, for Men and
Boys,-Children's Fancy Straws, great variety, com
mon Straws, &c., We have just returned from the
Eastern Cites and believe we have the most com
plete, best selected, and c heapest stock of FA SH.
lONABLE HATS for Men, Boys and Children,
to be found outside of the Cities.
I.Z.PDEG RA FFS, Hnt Makers,
Opposite Washington House,
.Hagerstovin, Md.
'Before "Busting" we have visited the
Eastern Cities, and irt - retumed-with-a-M-410JflN
STRA W •HATS, more or less, rather lees however
than more,and an equal proportion of Easterit made
FELT HATS, all of which we intend to sell for
WCASH at "busting" rates. I/ you would save
money buy at the Fountai% Head, UPDEGRAFF'S
where hats are really made by busting hands, in a
bursting factory, and a bursting scale, and sold at
such prices as will "bast" all those who fail to buy
at the Fountain Head.
UP UEGRAFFS,'Hat Makers,
Opposite Washington Hodse,
Hagerstown, Md.
TO COUNTRY 311i1i3OIIANTS.—In ad
dition to our usual stock of home-made and WOOL
HATS, we have just added fifteen cases of Eastern
made FELI' HATS, comprising all the styles pop.
ular in the trade. These goods have been purchas
ed from the largest and best eastern factories for
cash, and at the saute rates as the largest city job
bers, and we are now prepared to offer them to
• merchaits at as low rites as city 'obbers.
UPUEG ' A r,, • atteis.
Oppoitite Washington House. ,
Hagerstown, Md.
ye s Merchants, remember that we have
just added a first class WHOLESALE DEPART
!WENT to ow. ;Stock, and will sell yuu in small lots
and sizes, as you may want, any of the popular
styles of the day, and always at as low prices as
city jobbers. UPDEGRAFFS, Hat Makers
Sign of the lied Hat,
apr2s Hugenstowhi-Ml.--
Ylogt.."BU•TiilD."—Don't be alarmed,
friends, we've gut trough of money to keep the
stock, and continue selling at "busted" prices until
after harvest, at the HAT 8 FORE,
Opposite Washington House,
apr2s Hagerstown, Md.
the hut run of shad sometimes prove
the time', just so with our last run, ..a bigger stock,
a better stuck, and - a - cheaper stock than can be
produced elsewhere, may be found at all times, or
until we "bust," at , •
UPDEGRAFFS, Hatters,
sign of the Red Hat,
Hagerstown, Md.
4 1 =' l o I,L-7111
Front the Amarean of Tuesday last
FLOUR.—Sales reported on 'Change to
day of 1,000 bbls. Ohio Extra at $5.25, and
300 bbls. good Howard Street Super and
cut Extra at the same figure. For the for
mer description of Flour we notice a fair, in
quiry for export, at the close the market was
a shade firmer. Western Super continues
dull and neglected and is freely oflicred at
$5 per fibl. We quote as follows, viz:
Ilowaad Street Super, $5.1210)5.25,
Shipping Extra ; $5.37/, Retailing Extra,
$5.62, Family, 46.00(0150
•Cr RAIN.—The bulk of the white Wheat
offered was new &lighten, sales of, which
embraced some 3,000 bushels ordinary to
good dry lots at prices rang ing from 135®
150 ets. Of red we note sales of 600 bush
els common to prime Pennsylvania at 115®
123 ets. and 800 bushels fair to prime South
ern do. at 122®125
. ets. The market do*
ed heavy at our quotations, viz:—fair to
prime new white 14009150 cents; choice do.
155 cts.common to prime Pennsylvania red
115®123 • ets and Southern do. 120@125
eta. Corn was in a very limited request;
sales of 2,000 bushels fair to strictly prime
white at 56@60 cts, a decline of 2 as, and
4,000 bushels yellow at 52@53 ets. common
and ordinary white sold at 48®52 ets. and
yellow do. at 45®50 cts. per bushel, the
market closing inactive. Oats were in good
supply, and with only a fair • demand prices
ruled easier. Sales of 4 000 bushels fiiir to
prime Virginia at 35007 cts. ,Mary do.
_at 30®3eets. and Pennsylvania do. a dB®
89 eta. per bushel. No sales of Rye were
reported; Pennsylvania we quote at 75®76
eta. and Maryland at 70®71 cts per bushel.
COPPER KETTLES.
BRASS KET I'LES
' IRON KETTLES,
at the sign of khe Big Red Horn.
(July 11 '62) D.B.RussELL,
Clothes Wringer.
11 1 •
W. PUTNAM'S Patent Cloth Wringer,
for sale at the sign of the Big Red Horn
D. B. Room,
{July 11 '62)
by
Agent for Franklin, eounty.
I6II4IOVED SELF-SEALING FRUIT CAN S
that can be closed and opened by any pi nton,
tor sale at the sign of the Big Red Horn,
(July 11 '62) U. &ram.
66 Hazard's Electrie Powder."
American Sporting Powder,
American Sporting Powder,
Buikitiowder, •
• Bassta'S Built :Powder. •
Hazard's Blasting Powder,
•
.Thmard's Blasting Powder,
The best Powder made,
The beat Powder made.
The Only place you can get it is at
spr26 BROTBERTONIL
• .1 . ;LS of4be make sks
L BELLS, Girfit roterO, for sale at
Once 134 Brotrosonos's.
Vies AN, 4.:It11 .13UITHE8, elf he
beititind at (itate,l3) 11.41Tasattoasett
MEM
PRIMEN
• may toad Cattle Modes*
HE allawlnie* informs the public that he tuts
at jhowit hie Saw Mil, adjoining Quincy; slist
tpoi* of Hay Ind Cottle 13caleaa With an inala•
mire for Cattle. • • A. S. MON pr.
(July 4-Bw.)
NOTIOE TO BUILDERS.
rrHE Doan! of &hob! Directorts, of Washington
liistrict, will meet at the Western Sc hoot house
on Saturday the 26th of July, at which time they
will receive proposals for rebuilding the school house
at Mont Zero.
'For specifications apply to J. S. Woman.
by order of the Board. ,
•
D. F. GORDON,
Hoods I Hoods i floodlit t
TUB? received per Express, direct from the man
-0 ufactures, another large invoice of Shakers:
(June 13 '62) Jo MAU Basona.
*once to Vresspasoers.
ERBONB are hereby notified not 'to tresp ass Pupon the lamis of the undersigned by fishing;
hunting, or otherwise, as he is determined hereaf
ter to enforee the law agains,t all persons so Wren.
ding. ' ' NICHOLAft BONEBREAK.
(June 27-61 w.)
""At Brotherton's." •
Grain Cradles,
Grain Cradles, .
Grain Sickles,
•
Grain Sickles, •
Grain Scythes.
Grain Scythes '
Of superior que9ity, for sale cheap. . •
(June 27 412.)-
1 2 9:3113XACC) NCYTICMEI.
riI.HE crtizens of Waynesboro, and vicinity, are
hereby notified, that I t.ave been for a long
time much annoyed by cattle, ranging on the pub
lic highways lending to my farm, and I do hereby
notify all persons that I will take up all Cattle
strays, that come on my premifes breaking down
my c fences a und otherwise tresspassing upon try
property. SAMUEL RINEHART.
(June 27-3 w.)
MORE NEW GOODS
"VARIETY STORE,"
JBEAVER, in connection with his Variety
• Store, has commenced, the manufacturing of
Bt tOtS and SHOES in all its various brafiches.—
Having employed Jeremiah Cooper as foreman, he
is prepared to produce the finest, neate-t and most
durable woHc made anywhere.
All are invited to call.
A large stuck of Hats and Caps,*(including all
kinds of Summer Hats for men and boys,) si.tl
Eastern manufactured Shoes and Boats of the
make, on hand; Clocks, Trunks, Segars. Tobacco.
&c., &c. You get the very best KEROSENE there
111 ay 9 tf. J. BEAVER.
m r k v A v A rrrmow 0-E=lo = 01
DAM, hkeh
IVY M. STONER takes this method of thank-
AI s ing his customers,
and informs the public
that he has just returned from Philadelphia with
the largest assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
Oils, Dye Stuffs, Soaps, Perfumary, Fruit, Confec
tioaary, &c., &c., that has been brought to the
place this season, which he will sell cheap. He
has on hand. with what he is receiving. makes his
assortment of Patent Medicine greater in' variety
than any other establishment in the place. In a
few-weeks,_he_will_publish his list of manufactured
articles. tie,lins on had now, hiriliough
pin up in six -ounce--bottles,_price 25 eon ts, "no
cure, rio pay." hs curative properties are now
fully appreciated, judging from its daily sales.
May 9 '62. •
Pianos and 11lelodcons.
THE undersigned, having become Agent for
Wm. Knabe & Co's. (of Baltimore), celebrated
pianos and of Carhart, Meedham & Co's. unsur
passed Melodeons, is prepared to furnish individt
uals with the above named instruments at city pri
ces. All instruments warranted brthe-manuiirctu
era.
Lessons on the above instruments given in town
tir country. (may 23) - T. L. BUDD.
5000 Rails for Sale.
►iIHE subscriber has now on hand 51100 good
1 . CHESTNUT RAILS which he,will dispose
of on reasonable terms. Also—one good ROAD
WAGON. L. 8. FORNEY,
Jan3—tf
A NOTHER. lot of those nice Shakers at
may 23) l'ilios's
LIiNDID Embroidered gbotle at
t Oct-
IF' you want to gee the largest assortment of C. 17
pets in town, call at apr4 Putcs's
.__. _
1 F you want to purchase a nice Hoop Skirt from.
I. .311 to $2.00 call at , [apr4 PHICO'B
A LARGE assortment of TINWARE at] the
lA_ sign of the Bag Red Horn.
dec2o '6O
lU,TIERAN Almanacs at
j nov 2fl
" Continental Hotel, "
WA Y NESBORO', PA.
THE undersigned having xecently taken the a
hove named House, formerly known as the
"Globe Inn " takes pleasure in announcing to his
friends and the pnhlic that he is prepared to receive
rt u a n in ti: u l e i s o ts iel in a e
se t o
h b
a e v
i n n ];
b e l e l
t e m d
a y ' any'
ghl repaired and newly furnished with eve
ry thing calculated to make his guests comfortable
—the public may rest assured that they will at all
times find it in.a condition suited to the comfort and
convenience of the traveler. His Bat is always sup
plied with the choicest Liquors, and his Table with
the best the markets afford, and all other appliances
suitable and necessary fur the accommodation of
man or beast. With faithful and obliging servants
and his own personal attention and supervision, he
will leave no means unspared - to merit public pa
tronage.
—The-nrr.----, • dm may favor him
.1143-proprietor mnres_thefie w)
with their patronage that they shall ever meet at
his houses cordial reception, anti that everything es
gentle! to the convenience and happiness of his
guests shall he attended to.
June 21, 1860 L. B. KIJRTZ
DI - PORTANT.
J. A. FISHER
A RE again reminded of his recent tour to the
jl EaStern Cities, and of the reception - of his fine
stock of
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vest.
"sngs.
All attic MOST FASHIONABLE STY ES. •
His stock of FRENCH CLOTHS and
MERES he calls particular attention to, as the
beat in town. Also, one of she best assortments of
FURNISHING GOODS in town—all ready fur their in
spection and benefit, and kindly Rake' a call from all
persons desiriona or buying Goods ii. nis line, at eg
ZZacm7csvi LlForrillas•cosse
•
In the NEWLY FITTED loom, ileac door to
ppdegrafrei, HagenamvshMel. pat.-A.1861j
12',:EMEt3Mil
ri B. PRICE, informs his ,customers and the
Ur
a public:generally that be two removed his
to - the - BasementofMrw - Kurta's-Hotel,-1
formerly occupied by him as a Barber Shop; where
he will Shave, Gut, and Dress Hair as heretofore.
Give him a call. Nov; 22 tf.
ZEE
II NFORIC.S
D. B. Russsu.
K tTRTZN
tramely
H'lls'6,o E
iVA ORS/fOlito', July II 1062.
• ILO WdalltD Winn. • 30
Bviias
Bass .8
LAND , 7
'renew
SOAP4n6
•
BACON OWN) .10
BACON (skies) 0
BACON (she4ltlers) 6
MOD TAKEN
BY THE UNION FORCES TOGETHER
WITH THE „
WHOLE REBEL ARMY !
111101 MOHO REM."
This Victory was gained with very little
Loss on Our Part; and yet another,
JOSIAH MORE
has just returnee] from the Eastern Cities, and is
now opening the most extensive stock of
SUMMER GOODS
ever brought to Waynesboro', which he will sell
cheaper than anv„other house this side of Richmond.
Consisting of everything usually found in a well
conducted establishment.
The community ie invited to call and examine
my stock which I will take great pleasure in show
ing to all who may favor me with a call. To con
vince you I have a splendid stock I will ennumerate
a few of the leading articles now in store, all of
which I will sell at greatly reduced prices.
FOR THE LADIES
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Including the latest novelties in Summer Dress
Guilds, to which 1 respectfully invite the attention
of the ladies.
•
The choisest Collars, The finest qualities,
The largest stock, I The best assortment,
ever exhibited in Waynesboro' , and at unpreceden
ted
IMcicts) . Kr. LPtr.fleociam
Superior extra heavy Blk. Silk, Blk., Brown,
Blue and Mack Foulanls, Pikes (light grounds.)
Bouquets of Chintz, Collars, Satin plaid and prin •
Marguilise, Valneja Plaid, Silk and Shepherds Plaid,
Silk Lustres, striped Himalayas, Blk. Persia, 131 k.
Grenadine, 11111. And fancy B arage , Anglaise Braze,
Aegla's High colored Challies, .lackonets and Or
gandies,
Gr issaile gr lurid, French Brilliants, French
Chintz of the latest styles, Cumbrick Lawns, Pop
lins, Mob airs, striped do., Lavellas in all collors '—
TOURISTS
Russ min
Manchester, Pacific and Hamilton Delains of all
styles and shades
191'
for ladies wrapings. Bacgues. Mantillas, new and
elegant styles, Shawls, French worked Dollars,
Under Sleeves and in sets, Embroidered and nem
stitched-Handkerchiefs,_Kid Gloves, Siik and Lyle
Gauntlei,.Cori and Tosslea, Head-nettOli
trig )1-all—description&
MOVEN ADD MILLIIMY GOODS.
Such as Wk. Bombazines, Bik. Parcaites, Foler and
'Poplins, Barnes ' Ducalls, Challies, Gingham,
Prints, 113 lk. Eng. Crapes, from 2.4 to 7-4 wide,
*Blk. KM, Gauntlets,„Crape Collars, &c. My line
of Millenary Goods is complete.
TRIMMINGS
Such as Bugle Gimps au Laces, all widths, Belt
Ribbons, narrow Silk Gun , Dress Cowls, Fringes
&c. Spool Silks and all Colors of Shetland Yarn,
Zephyr worsted, &c.
PRINTS
AND DOMESTIC
OOHS!!
embracing all the most favorite Brands such as
Merimacs, Sprague, Pacific, Corhieco, Manchester,
Runnels, American and English Pri nta.
BLEACHED GOODS.
Harris Mats, Cheater Hill, New Markeib
1,0 s. ale, - Conewago, Great Lake,
Ma (lower, Lnwranee, Belmont,
Waltham, Hill Mani. Co.
and other.brands,
BROWN COTTONS.
Pacific Sheeting% Amosken Meetings,
Portsmouth 4,
Shaw mut "
Appleton 4.
Ply mouth "
CINGHAMS AND FURNITURE CHECKS.
In w hich I am prrptred to off:u great bargains,
ALSO
2-1 and 4-4 cheeks, Tickinzn Denninm Blue Drills,
Mnreens. Damasks, Shirting Stripes, Na like( up.,
Outset Jeans, Unit+ &Huth 'Fowling".
GENTS WEAR.
I A • * 1
81k. and fancy Clutha, • •I'wee.la,
" " " Caasimerca
Silk mixed do. Unarm,
Merino do. •
Cashmeretts
•
Marsailes
Potencies
Grenediens
Hosiery
Cravats
Collars, &c.
GROCERIES.
A large and well seloctsil stock, in which I am
prepared to offor great inducements to purchasers.
Consult your ow n interest and exaline my stock
before purchasing.
QUEENS WARE
China, Glass and Stoneware.
of the latest styles always on hand at prices that
defy competition.
The aubscriber tenders his thanks to hie.. .1400 i.
and customers for past favors and patronage, and
respecfully solicits a continuance of the same.—
Don't forget the Place. Corner of Mein and Church
throne, where the STARS A 'VD STitl I!ES float:
Country produce tiken — in - richange-for-goois—at
the highest market price.
(rnay23) JOSIAH I.IEQUR
i.TNWAinniv " 20'
CLOVRR SEED
TIMOTHY BRED On
FLAXERED 01)
PARED POMMIES 00
ITSPARRD 09
DAZED APPLES 00
Mcrithi nts "
Medford
Canton
Shawmut 611
Pa ARIL* ET
(lonngur's - D tiveglivr:
,j),IVIRERSOPt i SEXED ICT & CO.
• WAYNESBORO , July 11 ,
flume /o:cents
Hags, 8 . “
llecoN, (HA mg) ..., . 10 44
" (St WO ' . ' 0 "
, ."
(SHOULDER° 0 "
TALLOW, 8 "
LAUD, . 7 1 : 1
1862.
SECOND ARRIVAL.
ME RSA BENEDICT & CO.
Waynesboro' Pa.
MAY 23.
111T3E:1'W
SPRING AND SUMMER
MESH
VrvlE are now receiving and o flbring to sell a new
Lip/' and PULL - AS 4 3OItTIIE NT of
NE9I MY - tDDDS
Which 'we think we are. prepared to sell at as low
tunas as any other house in 'town or country.
L '~ Y 7 ~~
DRESS GOODS
of aII kinds
(' hallies, •
D elninev,
eregeo,
Lavellas,
cicocaxa.A.3rtgs,
SLEEVES,
EM Et ROIDEUIES.
MEN'S
PRING AND SUMMER
CG CD CD U. - ) 03 a -
c ott on ades, Clothe,
Ken. Jeans, COsimere,
Fine Tweeds, Vestings,
Neck Ties, Hosiery,
Cravats -. Smother Hats
Handkerchiefs, Shoes, :Slippers
A full assortment of Plain and Fancy
CA881111E:RES.
QUEENSWARE.
A good supply of Queenswaro and Glassware 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 ind the public generally; and at the barn°
time we return our thanks to customers and the
community for their liberal patronage, and will en
denimr by fur dealing with all, to merit a continu
ance of the some. Please call and see.
AM BERSON, BENEDICT & CO
DRY .FRUIT:,
- -1 ( -4 6g*IPX+ 1 E -1 -- 1
_AiLAP"_IIO I 3IIC.3IEMI I ,
at. • AMBERSON, BENEIDICT &CO 'S
PICKLES.
A LOT OF
Goo
A MIIERSON, BE N EbIOT & (O'S
CIITIII • FIXTURES,
OIL CURTAINS,
1
id ' AMBERS() N, BENEDICT & CO'S
A FULL ASSORTMENT. "
PiIINTS, MUSLI F NS, GINGII.IIiB
tuDas - a 4 ,
OF ALL DESCRIPFION'S
at , AMBERSON, BEM:DWI' 44 CO'S
zwdLiaimartvss
DANDELION corrEn,
111;MMELL'S,
-__.ESCENCE AF_COFFEE4
ut ANI BERSON, BENEDICT
Bl'k Silks
Cold do.
Fig'd do.•
Lustres,
Poplins,
t4z-PI
00141,4!:010:1, :: ::
TM N . EAM,ELAIP, g
Lettaed with• fresh SUMMER
0001 S,
arrived from Philadelphia this week, steamed up
to' our, agtire, and threar—oh I ye . fair' portion of
creation I—the most delightful stock of fleecy goods
/straight into out door, that 'ever brightened our
counters. First, doubtless to please the
. ,
came a shower of Silky Do'beges, Baizarines, Sky
tinted Lawns, Chintzes Modenas, Mozambiques.
Himalayas, Poplins, Ch allies, &c., of 13111 ry hue of
the Rainbow, glistening like stars, that will make
the old look young, and•the young like Genii :Allen
followed a broad stream of Nankeens; Muslim. Va
ble-dispent, Calicoes, osn aburges, beneath which
came flying like birds of beauty, Head-Dresses,
Sleeves and Collars in setts, Shakers, Hosiery, Sun-
Umbrellas—bsauties—gauntlets, and all those dear
little tick-tackk which make the ladieslook so charm
ing; above it a dark sheet 'id'
MOURNING GOODS.
in elegant variety. 131 k. Grenadines, Byadore Bare
gee, Wool DeLaines, Challies, Lawns, Bolzarines,
Crape Despanges, Eng. Crepe, Eng. and American
Printsrplain 'and figured, Eng. and French Crape
Veils, Mourning Collars. Gloves,
_Hosiery, &c
everything to render the mourner beatitiful in her
sorrow. After these streams ceased to flow there
was another explosion and in came pouring fur the
ro z Zi I
Bales o f Silky Broad-cloths, Parisians, Cassimers
Block and fancy, double and singled Milled, in su
perb styles, fancy as a suubeam.—with the accom
paniments, splendid Vcstings, Silk, Marseilles plain,
brilliant, arid beautiful Neck-ties , unimpeachable
Shirt-breasts and E.:oilers everything to set the Gent
fit for a picture, and make him presentable even at
the•.Capit,il of the Nation. So Gents. !oak in and
see, seeing is believing. All over the pavement lay
boxes, which when opened displayed those good,
solid, a batantial wares, our noble, ind ustrious
MOTHERS
like so much to see ; because they must have them
to make the boys • trowsers, and, the girls dresses :
here they are strong as buckskin. cotton, woolen.
mixed, jeans, goods of new styles, cheap and dura
ble, cotton stripes, drillings, calicoes of late styles,
ticking, sheetings, in fact all that our young friends
require who are starting on their
.matrimonial jour
ney :nog
Well, these goods were hardly stowed away, when
here cameltrudging along
Our Poor, Old Rhinoceross eases!
loaded heavy,—oh very—witE Groceries, Queens.
ware, and Jlogsheads of that delicious I.ortf-sugar,
Syrups, and Sugar-house molasses,
hogsheads and
barrells of sugars of every grade . . Shad, 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
eu otions f -together—with_a_full_as,_
sortment of
HITS IND SHOES!
t •
Leghorn, chip, fine fur and wool Hats, gents and la
dies booties and shoes, clmp, distractingly cheap.--
Now all these affairs startlingly, and touchingly set
forth are for sale and Exhibition at the store of
the undersigned, who, with many tljasks for pact
encouragement and 'patronage, remains
Respectfully your obdt. servant
(may 23) JOSEPH PRICE
HO! FOR QUINCY.
Second Arrival of Spring and
Summer Goods.
COLLIFLOWER & CLUGSTON.
'We•are now receiving and offering to sell a new
and lull assortment of ,
DRY GOODS.
Which we think we nre prepared to sell on an. rea
sonable terms as any 'other house in town or coun
try.
A full assortment of
LADIES-DRESS GOODS
of VIII kinds. Silks, Delsins, A loess, Printed
Chan ira, Gingham.% Lawns, Fancy Prints, Ladies
Shawls, dm.
MENS SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
of all kinds. Cloths, Cassimere, Fine Tweeds
Ken. Jeans, Cot tonades, Vestings, Handkerchiefs,
(sleek Ties, Hosery. A full assortment of Plain
and Fancy Cassiineres
QUEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE.
A large stock of
CM.triciDcso39Uld.3364a3c.
Vtlnch we are prepared to offer as tow as any oth.
er rct.til store in the country.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
for men's and. bniiie'r. wear of all sorts and sizes.
Also n lnrie anti we ‘ iyeleeted stock of
DOMESTIC GOODS.
Muslins,Tickimpsond a complete ndsortmeot of
.ot lens. ,nuking ardware r -J-Ints-and
Caps, Paints and Oils, Fresh Shad and Herring by
the barrel. It is no use /trying to enumerate. If
you wentanything in the Dry Gob& line, just call
and you will find us ready, to wait eu
. you oith
pleasure
tn,ooo CHESTNUT JOINT SHINGLES for
Sale Country produce taken in exchange fur goods
at the highest market pricek.
By strict attention to toNirress - and a desire to
please in every respect, we hope to merit a con
tinuance of patron...4o. _ _
May 23) L;01.1.111.0WER &CLuGsToN.
"O
H ! for wings to soar, " right down at Price's
Stoie. What far? Why to get some
more of that New Ytirk Syrup—only 12} cents a
wart at
KECES GNU MIMS, of an funds, for sale tit
IL, (Juno 13) . eauratuousu's.
ARD•CANS, ut the sigh of the Big Red Horn
der2ti, • 1). B. it tierNELL
I
.
ent. FOIL R ENT.— A Ten-plate
I Stove. Apply at PRICE'S Store
- Oct IS
CONt)M Ir MESS SHAD ti) he lad cheap at
I_ l 4ma) 23 • Pawed
Elise stioAß riain and
r fancy. Fur Sale cheap Pluctes
kwa,y2 14 •
r VHF: rargpAtOtrif HMI), Skirts ever brought to
Weynestiaro% can be'seen at
(may 23) ' Pates's
F you want to tutu tvutce and etell'aeleuted stock
Mourning goads c.dl, at- tuttr/3 .) PRICE:et
r. tv:l.l - •Ai I, 111 .
/KM. 29
,•erCrri •
Rim Al
SPRING & SUpIER
DRY 0001 S,
•Groceries,
11.111S1AI, 11111111 RE, -
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES / &C,
==:=
GEO. STOVER,
.HANKFtIf. for kind favors and patronage here
tofore bestowed upon him, again appears before
the public to solicit a continuance of the same.—
He having just returned from the eastern cities wit
a fine and well selected stock'of new
SPRING AND SUMMER
41Gor 4EI) 41:0310Dffifii
Which he intends selling at very Mw rates, - whicq
ho knows he can do to the satisfaction of all Wha
will call and examine his stock.
Below you will find enumerated a few articles
which will be found among his stock to which h
calls your attention.
FOR THE LADIES
He has a lame assortment of Dress Hoods consisting
in part of
(Mullins
Printed and Plain belaines•
Fig'd and Cord Silks,
Plaid Mohair,
Silk Warp Mohair, -
Hermes,
Medon a Cloth,,
Lavellas,
French and domestic Ginghams,
Poplins .
Pongee Mixture,
Cloth for Ladies,
Wrappings,
Cloves,
Hosiery, in great variety.
GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, •
Broad Cloths,
Black and Fancy Cassimeres,
- Union Cassimeres,
Duck Linens,
ottona es '
• Summer Coatings,
Tweeds,
Velvet Con),
Marsailles,
Silk Vesting,
Velvatine Vestings, of all
kinds; in fact a full assort mon! of goods for Gen
men wear. Also a large apd well selected s leek of
•DOMESTIC GOODS,
M u li ing i-ri m p lete—a—assortm en t_of_
Notions. It's no use tryiir , to enumerate. •If
u-want-Isri-ythin-g_al-all—itZthe Dry Good: line._
just call •in and you will lint him ready to wait on
you with pleasure.
To persons having country Produce to sell, they
will find it to their advantage to hring it to Sto
ve*r's,as he always gives the highest m irket price. So
give him a call, and he will sell you goods as cheap
as they can be purchased elsewhere.
Aprll 1862
NEW GOODS:
AT linillEMIIS BRIM ME
Iron and Steel, •
Shovids and Spades, •
• Hoes and Rakes, •
Spades and Forks,
Nails, Brads and Spikes.
Locks, Hinges and Screws,
•
Latches, Staples and Bolts,
Oils, paints, Glass and Varnishes, w
Mill, Cross-cut and Circular Saws,
Hand, Tenon, Web and Compass Saws,
Augers, Auger Bitts, Gimlet ant Dowell Bitts,
Socket Chisels, Firmer Chisels, Mortising Chisels,
Pruning Sawsomil :illisejs combined, Pruning saws,
Plastering Trowels, Pointing and Garden Trow&s.
Double and Single Bitt Axes, Hatchets, and Drir.v
ing Whitewash Brushes, Shoe, Store and
Horse Brushes, Scrubbing Brushes, Cloth, Tooth,
and Paint Brushes; Table Oil Cloths, • Floor Oil
Clotils, Carriage Oil Cloths; Spokes, Felloes, Hails,
shafts, Peles. Springs and axles; Black-smith Bel.*
lows, Anvils, Vices, Hoof Knives, and Rasps; Tubs;
Bucsets, Churns; Rope, Baskets,l3rooms and 'Wash
Boards. ' Waiters, Trays, Candle Sticks Snu ff ers
Coffee Canisters; Table Cuttlery, Pocket Cuttlery,
Pruning Knives, Pruning Shears, Silver-plated
Ware, Table and Teiootis, Salt Shovels, Forks,.
and Ladles, Alhata Table rant Tea Spoons, • Irvin
spoons, Tinned Spout; 'l' r i c e Chains, Halter
Chains, Cow Chains, Butt Chains, Sporting Pow
der; Blasting Powder,Shot, Gun Wadding; Ar
nold's Writing Fluid, Blacking, Stove Black
ing; Lead Pencils, Gillott's. Steel Pens; Writing
Paper; Flour Selves, Meal Seives, Sugar Seives and
Wire Cloth; Cooking Stoves, Nine Plate Stoves,
Coal Stoves; Carriage Lining, Carriage Lace, and
Carriage Trimming; together with a large and
carefully selected stock of Cabinet and, Saddlery
Hardware. All who desire to !my cheap are invited
to call and examine my goods before purchasing
elsewhere, as I am determined to sell as chdap'a e
usual, notwithstaniling the advance of some kinds '
of goods. The subscriber here take occasion
to return his sincere thanks to the public for former
florins and hopes, by fair dealing, and cheap goods,
4 40-merit-ii-contirsttauee_oLths Hamm_
WM. H. LMOTHERTON.
"itt Bratherton's U,ardware
• Store."
Gqin Cradles,
Conn Scythes.
• Grads Scythes,
'scythe :sharpeners,
Wood en Forks,
Hay Forks.
tirain Forks,
Fork Hundtes.
;loathes, Rakeft, &c., &e.
CHELP ! CHEAP!! CHEAP ! !
Juno 6 '62.
Sheriffalty.-
runE undersigned again offers himself to the U.
Mon Republican Convention of thiS county es
a candidate or the Simi&ltys Having reeel.,-,;•1.
next to the highest number of votes last time, he
eectfully asks the influence and 'votes of those
ble to his nomination, ant if netninated and ti.!4.0(.1
he pledges himself to Michafge his 'tinned witir
promptness and fidelity,
• 4. HARVEY aprwoN
Wayncab 'ro' May 2, 181;2.__
F yoti want a good pair &Heine Made AU:10:v
•itoOts,
,Wegit4.lllXD NOT TO SIP 4.01..2114.44 cj.i it
apr 4 • •
.Patc
o NG, do you villa to see the - Wises
intuit of Plain and Fancy Ciundaic: it
‘rayncab.ora', call at apr4 . Faust's
td kt No. t New tkleittsd m101.3,425e call at