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Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

rnsoaa's X TO FARMERS. STEEL Shovels, Spade*, Hoes, Forks, Raki Manure Drkgs, &c ^ dec, at prices-that will; da competition. Call and soe tor yourselves , at - - aprir. - BBoraunoa' a

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Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

m IN Toy* for sale at - Rosn*i. '«£ JLpecaP '69 " ¦ - ¦ • , v m ADIESand Mis*** ' Hooped tkirti.t ~ O«4 . ' " Bimu's i Fisher's Bating Saloon AND 0ONTE0TIONARY1 rTIHE subscribed ifMpectfnlly ioforms h"uT curtom-I crs and the public generally that be has recently replenished his stock ol Fruit and Confeciionaries, and has now the finest assortment of C A ND1£8! . ' .. ever brought to Waynesboro', with ¦' - ' NUT8, RAISINS, PRUNES, FICfS, SWEET CAKES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Cl-GAR8, TOBACCO, etc., etc. Ho Y 8 TEA 8 ! He has also on hand at ail times ihe finest Oysters the market will afford, which Will be served up to customers Fried, Roasted or- Stewed. '"" ALE AND C1DBR He is'likewise prepared to furnish both Washabougb, s and Ludwig's AbE, and a superior article of Scutco Ale and Crab Apple Cider, with a prime article of Bologna Sausage, . Boiled Eggs, and all oiherart/cles usually kept in first class Restaurants. A genuine article of Vinegar always for sale. Nov8 L. 8. FISHE...

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Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

1 ."UG8 at 16 and 35 ctnta per pnrtd at J} nov.M. , Kjatt's. f AROS IRON ICETTLES at " Xj decS©'60 - ¦ - Bantu's.

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Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

ttgtttlUght*!! ' , npHE cheapest Light in use can be had at H I OTONEHOUSfi'S Hardware 8tore "Tiov 1 ¦ -V^ '-BY'W.JBliAIll. ' " ; - _ ¦'¦ • • . TERM8^$ii(l Jf paid In advance,or wlifijil three inonihs-^faiOO after the expiration of fifes) ttjontbibajiwlthiBthe tear; ., j - : - v-tr-- ' - AptBtmrnmttWr-ifiia lines, three insert <" ti6ns9ljfo*%veryi(0bse(i^ent insertion, M cents. . lyFatont medicine,land-othtrcityaavartise. ments to be paid. semi-annusJly, in advance.

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

' ' ¦ ¦ '' , to tuil O;» v o; v&r '-- ! ' i - Motto for a dressmsker-^Iiet her rip. When is a house not a house? When it is a fire ; ¦ ¦ . <¦> . . What lady 's name best suits her nature? Misa Chief. ' The longest day is flow discovered to be the day before your wedding. He's a fool who tries by force or skill, To turn the current of woman's Will. Why is an auger hole, when bored too "3?ep, like a man in the water? Because il is over board. ¦ • ¦ . . ' Why is 9 bad, picture like weak tea?--Becauae it is not well drawn. ' ' ! ' ' ' t A Smarj Retort.—A doctor went to "bleed a dandy, who languidly exclaimed, "Oh, doctor, you 're a good butcher!" ' '-To Which the doctor rejoined, '"Oh, ye ' s^I am used to sticking calves. " ; • ¦ ¦ . , They dress, cool out west ^ A young laily being " asked if she would wear tljat bonnet to church, replied she should wear nothing else. . ' What is that which we Wish for, and of' ten-obtain, yet never know when we have got it?...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

THE CARRIER'S ADDRESS. TO THR PA " lWNs OF THE VILLAGE RECOttD. Come honest olJ Patrons and listen to me, I've a smile for thy neighbor and a kind word .foi then, ' ¦ ¦ i ' As we bid adieu to the warlike old year, And enter another with heart3 full of cheer. LilteHhe cold winds of autumn as swiftly they fly Through the valewherethe leaves are sombre and dry, And whisper of hope or ruthless despair, . Of vows that are broken, or tempeBts of care. Like the leaves that are flying bo yellow and sear, The sports and the cares of the dying old. year Come up like phantoms our faults to amend, And bid us remember the. lessons they send. 8ut such musings are apt to make us feel sad, Oh, then let us try and be happy and glad, As we sit undesturbed*ound thp merry old hearth, And join in the laugh and shout of its mirth. The dying old year has been bounteously blest, Our granaries filled with the choicest and best'; The reapers return from the fields that are shorn And sing to the music of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

SELECT MISCELLANY WALTER LE CLARE OR, THE VICTIM OF SECESSION That scene—they two bo young and fair —ab well might angels weep!~rihe tempt, er and the tempted. See—with all a wo man's earnestness she is striving, to gain her purpose—he wavers—two mighty elements struggle in opposition within his manly bosom; love for her who is jbout to prove a second Eve, and devotion to his country. Oh, how can he speak those words of refusal; how disappoint the ambition of her whom he loved.better than life? But he will speak—she is gazing with her own bright, beautiful eyes .into the very depths ol his soul speaking orbs, as though she would read his answer there ere it fell from his lips—-they parted; no sound issued; he was almost spell bound . Never, never had sVe ^ appeared So rfgaill handsome, Walter thought, as she stood before him tn her bewncliing beauty,,an£ his soul sickened at the thought of what one so queenly would have him do.—- A moment, and his answerv./ ™ Slowlj it (...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

^ Parental Indulgence/ No children are ever so hafipy-as those who have been early tatight implicit and immediate obedience to a parent ' s wishes, or «ili, or comninnda. Would that parents more universally felt that, wAen the^ soAer their children «b disoDeV $leni, ' they " a ' re absolutely tetcMng iiiem "1 to sin 1 against God, breaking one.of his cotnrnni)4ment8, and one to *hich the promise, pfijongsJife is given., Nj> wojiid.er, if God,, i injju8t.di8-pleasure, remove the child ' from such tuilion. Remember what solemn an'W' instructive lesson the Holy Ghost lias given in ihe history of EH. There is much danger from an amiab|e wish J^ gratify a child, of coiinter-orilering ' j'our owp orders. If you once direct a ciiild : to jo atliing, however unpleasant it may'be (o your-eTforthe child, insist with ftrmnpgs upon immeuiatfi and full obedience. There should b^ no demur or delay. . Prompt obedience is as lovely ir. a chifd, as' its enforcement " is dignified in a par...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

APllrt. , What a ridiculous as well as wicked fashion, says.Fanny Fern, is that which wraps (urs around a little child's shoulders and exposes its little bare calves to (he biting winds ol winter. ! ' We olieV feel ihe most uncbntrolable indignation to-see s mother, herself comfortably and expensively dressed, dragging along a.poor pinched, creature whose mottled calves appeal to every passer by against this " inhuman custom. U beauty be the objeel, certainly symmetry ol shape is quite lost eight o( in pity for the poor little victim. Equally absurd is the fashion of white dresses for children in frnsty weather, while other parts ofthe attire betoken the presence of winter. -* If women chose to vicUiiRze {themselves with thin shoes, or silk-stockings, or any other " mistimed graveyard Jolly, let tliem jie-tt^lhere will be one fool less before many winters. But ln>r ihe children, we bespeak coveted legg^and arms, and skirts long enough .to protect the knees, and if mothers...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

, ' , " The Idle Boy Betjomea a Jttan; Yes, I am a man, and wo is me for having'been such a' little Idol when Iwas a boy; I haled my books, and look more pain&to forget my lessons than ever I did 10 learn them. What a dunce I was,,even over my spelling! Always at the bottom of'my class, and my books Ihunibbed and dog-eared; and cried, over—the very emblem of dunpe-head. ^'Do, Charles, learn your lesson," said my father , " or you will be fit for nothing when a man." "Do , dear Charles, give your miittd to books, or I shall he. aahamediof 'owning yon , for a boy,?' said ,tny poor., roo. tfeeir. -But no; I must give my mind, to whipping tops and eating cakes, and a fine scholar they made of.me! Now there was Fred Jonesj he liked reading better; and he learned more out of school hours than I did in them. Fred Jones is now, like myself, a man, but a very, different kind of a tazn>. He has made friends among the wise, the honorable, and the leaVned; I' cannot be admitt...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

, Hawj-QwAKEns ' fioHT.—: W,e once knew a Qaafckr who was forceti iiitfi j a J|^ h ' t wi^h a^quarrelsiifne pejghbor./After som ' e . scuff ling t|ie (^uaKer/s nose cariif, in viofeni p" n ' ,ta,cl wjih a t ' he, g i^tej's '^st, causing ' it . ^ ' o bleed, pro/use j lj..; M Q]iatier.pecamp,e,nr ~ ageJ. and immediately, tout his oppni^pnt do ^ wn, and,getting,, astride , ,hi«i« t saiil. '» ; ^r ' iej^j l , I wall, not l»urt ^ thee, nether ' ^ w\)\\ atrike Ihep, hut I win^tet- :hy . hose , bleieil j ilTtfij ' fjs.ce j *' w.(iich he\i£iil .entirely. ' to hts own s ' aiVsfactlori ' ami tft .Jh ' e,.gr!iaVtJi;8 ' gusft ol'his adtcrs^ry, Tl* quarrelsome^man was humblefl, ant} the Quak . er^vic^ory, complete.' -,. ,..,.- " . . . ,. ;-'.., ' .;.7 '" . . " * A great ' iriari commonly disappoint!) those who visit tiitn. " T-liey are -on'theNrfokOut tor liis tliun;lerihgr and li g htning, 'and he •peaks ab ' iiut ¦ cuWmon ihinga much lite other ' people;' nay abmetnnes be m' ay'eveb be Ber...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

. Olb, Aoe, WiyHou^RBLioioN.—^Alas for him, wfiq grows .bid . without growing wise, and to whom the future world, does not sei open het, gates , when he is ' exebded by ifip, preserii., , .^b ' e . LVrd, deals, so gracioqs-(y' with ua jn^he ^ d^cl^ne of life.thai il is a shame to turn a deal ' ear to the lesson which he gives. The eye becomes dim, the ear dull, the tongue falters, the feet lotter, all the semes reluse to do their office, and from every side resounds the call, "Set thine house in order, for the term of thy pilgrimage-is at band.>! The: playmates ol youth; the (ellow-laborera of manhood, dieaway, and'take the road.bef.ire us.— Old tge , is like mime quiet chamber, in which, disconnected from the visible world we can prepare rn silence for the-world thai isxunseefii—«7:holuck.~ - > . " ¦

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

HASTE, TRAVELER, HA8TB Haste, traveler, haste! the night comes on, And many a shining hour is gone; The storm ib gathering in the West^ ., , , And thou art far Irom borne and refit—-" J - Haste, " trawler, bastel , . Oh? far from hofne ' thy ' footsteps ttray, Christ is the life, and Christ the way, ' ' And Christ the light. ' You /setting tun Sinkseru the moon, is scarce begun;., . . Haate, traveler, haste! . .. ~Rpnar KEEP TO ' PHB RIG Hti ; : : <'Ke«p to tho ' right," n«. the Inw ' iiic*c : ts, Forsufchisthef law'ofthe ro.nl;! 1 " ' Keep to the right, whiu'Verctpecta i . ¦' ¦¦ • Becurely to carry life' s !»*>!. '- ;\ Keep to the right Wftfi Godfthd thnwoHd, !Vor wnnder, though folly allurvii; ->: Keep to the right, ndlf' eyerjjohjirlud ^ ¦F rom what l)y.th5»statuT?T»j/omi(. • ¦ ' ^ ; OotiyiagPa Hteplnper. \ As we plod, wearily along through, this busy, world, with'these tender bodies and feeling hearts -of ours, exposed on either hand to disease a...

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

From the typper Potomac. Gen. Jackson retired from Hancock—Supposed design of an Attack on General Kelly's Command—false Rumors. Frederick. Jan. 7.~The latest advices from Hancock are. that last night Gen. Jackson retited, leaving only a battery and infantry guard in sight. The results, of the shelling have been unimportant, tine rebel officer was seen to (all from his horse and is believed to have been killed. None are reported killed or wounded on our side, notw iihstahfJlng the extravagant ru mors circulating here about our meo having been cut up., etc., all ot which ru mors are false. Jackson's rebel force consisted of ten regiments, with a large-baggage and supply " train, and ten days cooked rations.— It is not known where he weni, but it is surmised that he intends to attack .Gen. Kelly's command. Gen,. Bank's Third brigade left here yesterday morping and arrived at Hagenlown, twenty-six miles distant, at 5 o'clock yesterday evening.— No stragglers were left along the rou...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

lylipffilE; . For CbrittabttJ-See ad\herliaerder.t of Jos. Fyway^— '£ ¦¦'' ' Home for Sate —We direoi attention to tbe advertisement oi Mr»i Lvnu U*uas* in another,column, - . : . T , Mvan—Taking advantage ol a beggar's BlindoeaiTSyNihun^ing him. to save 1'fip.' Such a man is aftueali as a sponging northern Rebel, - \ Setter laltlhan Aever;—Phil. Ha*man, of Cbambersburg,. ' the renowned stump speaker* is married. The happy bride is Mrs. SroKRS, of thai^plaee;— — Dead—Jn»N Stouter, County Treasurer, died at Chambershufg, on Tuesday last.- His terra of office is about to expire. Brooms — Last week we unintentionally omitted trie advertisement of Mr. Daniel Rbsb. This week we invite particular attention to it. - A Crumb for CmaterS- —Notwithstanding all the blating about taxes tnd httd times, it appears that there Are less inmates now in the alms houses of the northern cities and fewer persons out of employment then hat been the case 'for many years. _ — ? Thanks.—Qur Carrier b...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

Suffering of the /?e6e/»—Scooting parties who have recently scoured the neighborhood of Fairfax Court House report thai the farmers have no! killed their hogja, on account of the impossibility of procuring salt to cure their meat. A number o> them who represent themselves to be Union men, have petitioned Gen. McDowel to allow them (a obtain a supply here. The reb' el soldiers in that neighborhood is said to be to poorly providedjvilh_eJoih.ing fit for tbe present .inclement weather that they are forced to appropriate to themselves the clothing of the negroes. Their horses are also suffering and dying in numbers for want ol long (odder. They have eaten all that is to be had in (he immediate neighborhood, and bare not means of transportation to sting a sufficient quantity from a distance. ^tm- The Naval Wars with England.—At the commencement of the struggle oi the United Colonies with Great Britian the former had no ships, hut lorty-lwo ships were fitted out during the war,...

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

Female Prison at Washington Three prisoners have been added !o 1J10 charge ofLieuti Sheldon, at the lemale prison, formerly Mrs. Greenhow's house. Two of them are from Washington, and the other is Mrs. Baxley, -from Baltimore, arrested whilst trying to make her way thiougb pur lines across the river, and no.t upon Ihe. Old - Point boat, as the. papers state. She is an unmitigated Rebel, and oheered for Jeff. Davis -and tfie Southern Confederacy. A perarabulalory gentleman oi the organic musical persuasion happening lo be in tbe vicinity of thfr'prison* HuUiighly excited female Rebel in a state of incarceration tnrew the said musical amateur the earn of two shillings, and requested him to strike uj^Dixjej^jbuit under the application of a threatened bayonet charge from .the grim sentinel who keeps watch and ward over the involuntary inmates, he retreated, not, however, without securing the price ot his unearned serv ices, and amid the execrations ai the tuneless lemale. After ...

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

Ml TILU8IIKC9RB. «iiSmNfiiiiii, JiK-10, wi. Pennsylvania Legislature.-Boih bransbes •«f the° Pennsylvania Legislature met »nd ontaniacd at Harrisburg on Tuesday. In tb« House J< rn Rows, m Union JDemo-<-rai, was ejected Speaker. Tbe Senate elected- Hon. L« wts W. IIali» WTtiS birbor of Charleston hat been iilrmeUcailyVsled, and her citizens are kepi in a stale of tearful SBipenee, hourly faring that a vigilant army, near af hand, or tecret foetid their very midst, «»ay_O' ¦•rwhalm them iBJrjrMrieTahte_ t uiBj__TP|y>. little "game cock State is reaping the (ruit? o( her loll; and wickedness in fomenting the rebellion almost as rapidly ' as fi«r most inveterate enemies could desire; >ad, much as ahe suffers, each new day, instead of bringing ber relief, only adds to ker miseries, perplexities, and dangers. Ji Sad Mistake —What were supposed to be the remains of the san of Cap*. }ewilt, of Vienna, Iowa, were carefully sent home for burial. The family...

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

Interesting from Tennessee.—The Philadelphia Inquirer says that a gentleman direct from Memphis, Tenn., arrived in that . city on Saturday, which place be left about two weeks ago: % He says there are* no defences below Columbus, that Nemphis is unprotected, and tbat Columbus once passed,, the Mississippi is free from obstruction bv fortifications the entire distance from New, Orleans. He says General Polk has (ortyfive thousand men at Columbus, is very Btrongly fortified, and confidently expects 10 repulse any Federal force that may be sent against them, either by land or water. Tbe rebels at Memphis, however, are a larmed about the fleet al Cairo, and very (earlul it will pay. them a visit at an early day. There are still (arge numbers of Union men in Memphis, who are anxious ly and prayerfully awaiting the advance of the Union army^__ ProvisioneLare_growingvery 8Mrc ~ erMid^ma!iy ^ arnrTes have reach ed starvation prices. Coffee is one dollar per pouud; tea four dollars; flou...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

Tht War in South Carolina.—The most important recent event was the ad vane* made by a portion of General Sherman's division, under command of Brig. General 'Stevens, and several Union gunboats, against a rebel bajiery,on " Ne» Year's Day. Tbe expedition w*s fully succetslul. Tbia triumph is ah indication tbat the rebels are about to suffer new and still more serious injuries from our Soath Carolina expedition. Charleston and Savannah are both constantly menaced, and the distance be* tween the former city and 'our outpssts is bting rapidly diminished. The fond bope ol the Secessionists of the Palmetto Stale, that they could safely remain at home during the-progress of the rebellion, watchiRg at a prudent distance the conflict in the Border States,vrilh their shares unir.vaded, has proved utterly fallacious. Their best harbor and the lavorite resort of their proudest aristocrats has fallrn into our hands. Their railroad communications have been cut off. Their industrial system h...

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