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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
Fresh S>ime. rTIHE subscriber informs ' his customers, and the J_ public generally th it he has now fors.ile at his Lnne Kiln, about three miles East of Waynesboro', a first rate article of WOOD-BURNT LIME, foi White-washing, Plastering,etc- He will be prepared to furnish his customers with Lime any 'time during tho Spring and Summer. Mi.rl4-4w JOSEPH M. HE"S
Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
JT EROSRW eLAlMIPs^ArWnd^lw lw lhe-public,to solicit l. cqhtinPp^oJPEo^i^^^ He havingi just returned trdih ' tfi'e eas^fn clii^wlt^^S a firie^nd well selected stock of ' 'fc' " :' ¦ :Vii • • ¦ - 'idm^t 2SMW GOODS! Which he intends selling ' at, very low rates, ' which he knows he can do to the, satisfaction of" all who will call and examine, tiis stock; -. s . , ° , V Below you will find enumerated ri ^ few:articles which will be fourid among his stock to which ho calls your attention; • FOIi THE LADIES I He has a large assortment of Dress Gooils consisting in part of. Printed Thibet Cloth, ' Printed and plain Delaines, Cothilde. plaid, Qothildis-StTipeV
Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
'^^^m&m^ms&Mz?' *m An aiioted lady, - a<^rdi%^4£^ wii v acooint^: nadj'a. x&t \ii^,-WMJm &* formanee of her toilet, Mfeeri into her throat oneofihe, bristles of her tooth Jb^ih;, This bristle had stuck in the top of the gullet . and sot up;-ah irritation,:which, aho was bonvine, ed was killing her. She had been from one surgeon of ewinfence to another, and everywhere in iodon and id the country the facul t y had assured-her that s<h« was onl y t he victim of Uolusion—that hor throat was in a perfeefly healthy condition:—that the disturbance existed only in her own immagination. ''And so they go on, the stupid, obstinate perverse unfeeling creatures" concluded the poor l a d y, " say ing there is nothing the matt er wi t h me , while I am—^tyfng!" "Allow mo my dear," said the adroit surgeon, in . repl y, *'to inspect for myself—rcarefuUy—the state of your throat." The inspection was made gr a vely, and at much length. "My dear Mis...
Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
To Unmarried Ladies. Th e f o llowi n g items of advice to the Indies remaining in the state of single blessedness 7 are extracted from the manuscri p t of an old dowager: "If ypu ha*re blue eyes, languish. If black eyes, affect spirit. . ff you have pretty feet,, wear short pettiooat 1 }. If you are at least doubtful as to that point, wear them long. , ^ JiLyjULJha.ve3g6od-iceth_don't-&rget-to. laug h n7 6 w>and t h e n If you have bad ones you must only simper . While you arc young, sit with your face t o t he li ght. When you arc a little advanced, sit with your back to the windowx^ If you have a bad voice, always speak in a low tone. If it is acknowledged that you have a fine voice, never speak in a low tone. If you dance well,'dance seldom. If you dance ill, never dance at all. If you sing well, make no puerile excu¬ ses. If you sing indifferently, hesitate not a moment when you arc asked, for few p e rso ns are competent jud g es of singing, but every one ...
Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
3v menu to'lw paid seml-atttiuallf jirt advi^c^^£ ^ B&BBMIS, lyGAJIS. BiiGMia REbucTraN in mc%.,> '¦ ;.. ¦ .<. " . '' , . ' . * M Brolhertoti't Hardware Wu& <- ¦ v'-, ,: •. ' v ' -; ' -hftitt'-Siiikl ¦ : - '^ i v ii& 'P'j T take this method of intormtnj th« piblic tniil X have just xeceWed from BBiUdelfhia a large &n| carefully selocteii stock of ' . ., ; . ' . !.: ' .„.- ' . ' ' , - ' , -Iwjh -• . ¦ : ,. - ¦' ¦ ;.; . ""¦ Sieel, ¦ . • ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ' •-• -: "¦ .- ' oua,. . ' . "¦ -¦;;.. ' Olas»i PaihiB. Stores, ' Brushes, Cutlery, Hardware, Varninhos, Oil Clotiw,— . . ' - Shoe Fiiidings, 1 - Agricultural Imp!omtr)t», all of vroicb 1 desire to dispose of at prices to sail the times. Try me, and by an examination of my itock-constnce^ourte^hat^^arrjiiBt-whiirlsayi I take pleasure iit showing gopda whether Wlea are eirected or not. To persons about to biiild lani prepared to oiler extraordinary inducemetrta both in Haxdwaie and I...
Id=182 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
^^ F. , ~ Dealer in nil the variety of Drugs, Ateditinea, Vunttee Notion*), Perfumery, Liquors for medicinal purposes. Oils, 4-C4-C-, y WOULD irmier his thanks to the community, and .still soli-it the palranage of a generoas public who want anything- in his line. Inasmuch as he has rnlurged his stock sojis to be enabled to answer all calls for anything and everything usually found in a Drug Store, and has a thorough ac"quaintance~witlrtlnrlrir*iTie8s7~Bi) hope» to gain the confidence of the Community. He will pay particular attfjition to filling physicians' Prcc riptiuns, and more care and precaution used in waiting upon chldren than adults. fffiji All DOMESTIC UK Choice Wines nnJ Liquors for medicinal and sacruinentul purpuscs, Patent Medicines are eiidlvst in variety, including all that have been mode up to this date and souie that are yet in cniltryo. Also White Lend, Zinc " , Paint, Whiting aii.l Variiisliug for liKUse building or iiiuide work, beHides all sizns ,if til...
Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
MEN and Boy's heavy Boots and Shoes at _J>rt-4 . Bgsong'a. f -t l/KTAI.V'j-Titures at " V/_ Mar 38 _ j^ AnnKR'o*. Bkxkdict & CaV-1 N excellent article ot Syrup for 50 cts. per jrat -CjW «£ ' _ (*>c"4 Bkhokk'h j \,J EDICATED Llyunrs.sold only asMedrcin* 11J, »ml by special directions of a Physician, bj VI. ALSTON EH, l>ruglri!.t May Ia. I^SPPEIf and Corria' nder, ground & ~~ ungrovh nov 29 at Ku ' nTa' a. . OEPPEK 8AUCB at ~~ 1 «i»v j 2f» _ , KrjRTt'a LAUD ~b.\>:s , ntTlio si« ' i, ot Uic Big lied Horn d«c20 D. B. Jtiuratr, 1. 1OR SALE OR FOR RENT.—.A Ten-bla7 ; Stove, \ppty at PKiUB'S Store Ootl8 ¦- ' ¦:¦: ¦ LfLKNDID Embroidered i;ood» aE "— l^ °' r ' Bwnim'fe - TO FAKMBJR& " STEEL Shovels, Spade*, Hoes, Forka,Rakeij Manure Drags, &c, dec ^ at prices that will dofj competition. Call and see for younelvos, at ¦ 1'^" BuoTuituToa'a pgsrnsgEtaTi ~~~* r l^UE cheapest Light in. use can be had at H I Si'ONEHOUSJS'a Hardware S ...
Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
A PkbSty Riddle.—A gentleman who WjBB pay ing his addresses to a young lady, at length summoned op coinage to ask if they were^jgreeable to her, and whether he might flatterSwelf with a chance of ultimate buccess-? : The%iy rep lied , "Stripes , " telling thejgeutleinaD :& transpose the letters bo as to ftrm anotbrfltiword, which was her answer. The roader ¦Wmi. can find out. the word need never fear "bofbg nonplussed by a lady.— Those who - -.cannot decip her it . must either wait iutfil ihey .-jspeniome the difficulty at may * g Lve mp dll hopes, of wooing. Of Utflo linmanflowftre; death gathers many. He-p laoes tiem^upon bis ijosom, and . ¦ he if t transformed into^omething less terrific, <«<rt,&r iftoMurimm to. ann» ibe Ipweet ¦ fc^JlBto&m*^ ¦ • ••- • ¦¦ ' -^ t^y •: V.^:.Si " ; " ; ^. ¦" ' ¦ ¦¦ • ¦ ¦ ¦i tfu^ 'V.... - ,;v- ' • ' - ¦ : . ' ¦ '
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
STEAM ENGINES, G1UST AND SAW' MILL UEAK1KG .SHAFTING AND PULLEYS, IROi\ BRIDGES, CAST IRON WATER WHEELS, IRON KETTLES, See, Stoves nml Plow castiagSjitso cast iron and wrought iruu I'i po tor steuiA of water, and brads castings of evoiy description; in a word, I am prepared to do every tiling u«Ally done.in a foundry and mtchiiio *hi>p. Having supplied myself with the latest improved machinery, such as Lathes, Uoring, Planing and Drilling Machines, persons can rely on having their work done ia tho moat satisfactory manner. — 1 am also prepared to manufacture to r grder machinery for wood, such as Tonging and Uroving machines for flooring, Surface, Ttnoul and Moulding machines, &c. 1 also offer to tho public a new anil valu¬ able improvement in my steam engines, made within tho lest year, viz: for the economizing of fuel, and the regulation of speed, which renders my new •ngines far superior to ttte old engines. All my machines are sold under warrantee. M y hant....
Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
. A Baltimore correspondent says;—"The following actually occurred at the " g e ner a l delivery " of our post-offico. A genuine Irishmnn approached the window, and hand-Ing the clonk i& attendance a letter, remarked, in the richest brogue: f " 'Plase, Sir , - and will yon sond this lethur to brother Tim, who Iwcb bcyant the Relay House . ?" "The clerk taking the letter, rep lied that he would send it to the post-office at that Place- .... . . ' . " 'Sure, Sir , how will brother Tito got the letherifyou senji it there? Don 't I tell youjthathe fees Jwo^milesJbeyant ^ the-Re-!ay House. •'The clerk smilingly answered ib ^ at as there was no post-office nearer to him thaa t he Rel a y House , h e w o uld b e compelled t o Bond it there. The Irisher still appeared to be bothered and dissatisfied; but, after scra tc hing his noddle ' awhile , a frig ht idea seemed to strike him, and approaching the window with a beaming countenance, Bays, " 'I have it now, sir J Write on the ...
Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
ner, '¦M amma, what is an infidel ?" "¦A n infidel! myUear, " replied her mother, '•why should you ask such a question ? An infidel is so awful a character that I scarcely Ichow how to answer you." "Oh , do tell me, mamma, " replied the child , "I must know, what an infidel is." ' Struck with her eagerness, her mother at lengtlrvep li e d , '•An infidel is one who believes that there ia no God, no heaven, no hell, no hereafter." . Soine days afterwards- Hume again visited the house of his friend. On being introduced tjo the parlor he found no . one there but his favorite little girl, he went to.her, atttempteU to take liorTip iu his anus and khz her,, as Jie had used to do, but the child shrunk with horror from his touch. ¦ ¦ "My dear, " said he, "what is _ the matter? ' do Ijhurt you '(" ~ ' ' ° ' 'No, " she rep li e d , "you do note hurt me, but I cannoV . kws you. I canuot p l a ywi t k you." "Wh y, not, my dear?" '•BocauKe you are an infidel!"' "An infidel , ! what is that '...
Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
Another Specimen op Rebel Humanity.—A Mr. Showers, who was an unoffending- citizen of Fairfax county, Virginia , and a Union man, o wning a fine f a rm , where he he lias been residing for. many years, abou t half way between Fairfax Court House and Vienna , was taken b y l ie rebel tro o ps , about the time they were evacuating Centreville, and forced to march on foot with the same rap idity with which they beat their retreat on horseback. So rapid and exhausting was the march, that he began to falter, when the inhuman savages , with & brutality which wosld have done-justice to the wild Indians, spurred him on, at the point of the bayonet, until the poor man dropped dead in the road, We _ obtamed these iacta through a person whorec«ntly •scaped from the clutches «f the rebels , and who knows these jbo be the faoteof<the case. Mr. .Terry, 8 relatives tie deceased, ias been down as far as om out llnea extend in order, if p o s s ible , to obtain the body of his mur...
Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
THIS WAY! ' tillUBIUIIIt' . —: y THE undersigned respectfully announces to the public generally that he iBjartQtJJlBJAa-STaTSihnrClrurcirSlri'et, tvaynea6oro\Pa.,where he continues the lnauufacturine of Family liug K ies,JJnronchr3, Wagons, and every species of vehicles usually made in such establishment*.— His» wcrk is warranted to be composed of the best anu most durable material, and none but the most experienced Workmen are employed,— Ho has now on hand a number of Carriages, Buggies, &c, &c, which he will positively sell at greatly reduced prices for cash, or upon a' short credit. By keeping a good stuck -at all times, and always holding himself wady to supply tho deninnds of the people he hopes to retain ant 1 uecurc a liberal share of patronage. ' . Repairing, Trimming, and Painting done in the best manner, aud at the shortest notice. Lumber, Cou ' ntry l ' r»duce, &c, will be taken in exchamre for work. JACOB ADAMS. N. B. The Books of the firm o...
Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
Wisdom from the Mourn of Babes. The Albany correspondent "BOz" of the Syracuse Courier gives us a little instructive incident:— The greatest rebuke I ever heard givon for profane sweating, was administered to a Now Yorker, by a Kttle candy boy, at the Dclevan House, yesterday. As several of us Syracusi . ans werje in conversation at the Delevnn, an Albany boy about aeron years csme up to vend his candies. His intelligence and remarkable precaciousness o f manner attracted our attention, when a promin e n t New ,Yorker came up a nd s a i d,. "Bub, by-^^=T~J^75a^iW^!0 ' 3e^henie with n« , I'll educate you,". Th e c hild l o ok e d up in the New Yorker's face with extreme conte mp t and repli e d , "Sir, I would hot go or live with any gentleman who use* profane language. " The c u tt ing rebuk e dr o ve t he N e w Y o rker f ro m t he ro o m wi t h a c rimson f a ce , when the little Christian received a provision of quarters from the- astonished spectators who had heard with sati...