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Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

The " most remarkable instance of the power of prayer happeTie'd in 1 tBe ' case of Gov. Todd, as related himself in an address he made lately at the Briar Hill to prepare Yor assuming the chair. Mr. Todd said: "In the spritig of 1847, when about to leave home in the 'service of the national g overnment, you met me on this spot and gave jne y our prayers a#d good wishes of myself and family; and I felt " that to these prayers arid good wishes, in part, I am indebted for that same-return; for not only did Mrs.- Todd, myself and all the children we took away With us (fire in number) return safely to you 1 , bitt tee brmigh back two mote." The CASTjAurfteS as thk War.—The Boston Journal has compiled a table showing die casualties of the most important battles of the rebellion., including that near Winchester. We should jddgg that it is as correct as it is possible to make it. The following is- A recapitulation: CJuon—Killed and wounded; 8,246, pris* oners, 1.440; generals killed; 1...

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Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

A /l EN end Boy'a heavy UuoU and Shoes at • lU. Oct.« B«son«y (^(IRT AIN Fixtures at 7~ j Mar 28' Ambkh-'oh. Bkssoict & CbV AN excellent article oi Syrup for 50 ct*. per gat J* (Oc»4 . . .Buwi'i MEDICATE D Liquors,aolj only asMedicin* und by special directions of a Physiciin, b) VI. A.VVOH tK.ytuggi.l May 13. I J£PPER anJ Corriander, ground & ungrouad X n»v 29 at ' v " Jtpaa'a. |>EPPER SAUCE at ^ ~ T~" 1 «ov. 8» . - - • - :.. .-¦ ¦ Ktnrw.1i-I" ARXJ CANS, at the *igu ol the Big Red Horn Li decSd 1). B. Bfiaiktb 1I1 OR SALE OR +'OR RBN P.—A Teu-ptat 1 Stove, \pply at PRICE'S Store Octl8 , - _ •; - OLENDID Embroidered good*at "~Z~ Q Pel _ ¦-- -- BmoV^ J. /• TO FARMERS. ' . ¦ ¦ " QTEEL Shovel*, Spadw,: Hoe*, Fork., Rake.; QManure Drags, &c n H3cc^ at price*that ' will defy competition. Call and *ee lOr yourselves, at *l' r " - BKotafcKToi's ' ' JUght»Ught»!! f^HE cheapest Light in use oan bo. bad «tH J^«mNfitfOU^'«M^wWVw , v fiRlM"rc 0fli»,8tt^l|,Te«a ...

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Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

4 t facEtfi&zThiS following 'curefor the gout' is taken from an old work: ¦» 1st.' : The -patient must pick a handkerchief from the pocket of a maid of fifty years,who n(5ver had a desire to change her condition :. 2di He must Wash it in an honest miller's pond; 8d. fie" imist dry " it on a parsoti's hedge who wag iWver covetous. " 4thf>He must send it to a . doctor ' s shop, who never kilted a patient. ¦ 5th: He must niarfc it with 1 a lawyer's ink whomever cheated a client. 6^nj|App ly lfc to the 4 part affectea and a cure!5ltt.Bpfiedily -follow. , One Teasori why we me"e't withso ftwpeo-<ple who are reasonable and agreeable in con* TersatioB;i< ihat there is scarcely any person who: aoeB not tfcink more of what he has to «# thJta of snewering what may be said tb $Mt • • • ' -; ; AAeaa^Wk* 11 ?** tihe-ratal of " che 1 iniW and»1i8V«n *""»• *** taming a furrow *n\$£ *ite, mil plough an jitf* in 6 ihoi»ra^$M : ^. gt 9 8 '. ¦ •

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Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

A "WB W POCKET PISTOL. ••SHA RPE^PATENT Breecft-Loadlng Repeater.,' 'pHIS Pistol, (or nitaplicity of constrtiction, corrt-X pactness end durability, is superior to all others yet/oflered to the public. It can be loaded aa quickly as other pistols are capped. The load may remain, in the Pistol any length of time without ' n J J 5|*. ft» the lightest.pistol manufactored that b«s force and is *afe to carry. It will force a ball through a one inch board at the distance of pne hundred yard*. 1 Weight only.«ight and a half ox*. ForaatoM ' BR0THERTON"S . May S - Hardware Store. /~ lENT'B-8h»wi», Arctic Wrappenr , ondothei VTcomfortalije Axin< for cold >¦ Hther at rP &S'' '^y^ : - ::y -»r««MMV T/1O8 at 16 and tf. cento net. po'cd at X^ nvt^_ -'- _J. '- ; i^__ ' ' Kp>t»>. T ADIB8«ndMi«««. > Hoop«l«kiHiit jj Octi: '¦'»¦¦ - • ¦ ' • • ! » |s ^ByM '« ' m IN Toys for Mh) at Rusruu. '*

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Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

THIS WAY! ; piuypiEi THE undersigned respectfully announces to the public generally that ho " in still at the old stand on Ckwck Street, Wayncaboro', fa., where he continues the manufacturing of Family Baggies, Bnronches, Wagons, and every species of vehicles usually made in such establishments.— His wcrk is warranted to be composed of the best ana most durable material, and none but the most experienced workmen are employed.— Hi! has howui! hand a number of Carriages, Buggies, &c, &c, which he will positively sell at greatly reduced . prices for cash, or upun a sliott credit. By keeping a good slock at oil times, and always holding himself ready to supply; ths deinuml* of the pioplu he hopes to retain ant! sccuro a liberal sJswb oi( ualfonuge. Repairing, Trimming, mn* PnJBtins dene in the bent manner, and at the sliortcst\uotive. , Lumber, Country Produce, &c, will tie taken in exchange for work. JACOB ADAMS. . N. B. The Books of the firm of J: &...

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Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

M'lUaiOLlS! ffiW GOODS!! rmsT arrival. Q. ^ J. JiENDER nA.VE now open, for" inspec- «| ^. lion at. their store on the {w Eg Moutheast corner of the Diamond ^^to««JwQ 4JWir-»eco»tl-frt»ppfyTrf fsM$ £!is%2m SPRING AMD SUMMER fflMjM (3(333^ ^ U - tt for Gentlemen's ware. Their 'l\l 11 stock embraces Blue, Black and ^tiJKlHBVsW Fancy Cloths, Plain, Fancy Casairricres, Silk and Satin Vcstings, and all other goods for coats, pants, and vesta, of the moat fashionable Styles. Alse—Gloves, * Cravats, shirts,dolliim. dec. Ac; with an assortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING. lientlimitn are invited to call and examine their stock of new goods, ' " l^'i'ho latest Fashions regularly received. May 23 1861. >

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Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

Rules for Life. 1. Choose the path of virtue, and imitate a high pattern. , . ; 2. Do all the good in thy power, and let every action be nsefiit . 3. Cultivate thy mind carefully—it will be a store- of p leasing reflection. 4. Be diligent in thy business, and strictly upright in,all thy dealings. 1 5. Investigate affairs closely, and, engage irrthenrcautiouply: ~ * ' • 6. Lay thy plans with prudence, and be prepared for emergencies. 7. In all difficulties be patient, and over¬ come them by perseverance. 8. Do that first, always, which, needs doing most. ? 9>^ 9. Have a place for everything, and everything in its place.- 10. la all these things be economical without meanness, and combine utility, with elegance.

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Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

WnAT War Is.—War is a game of^6cience, not a question of courage. An army of 100,000 men nuvy overthrow to-day an army of 250,000. It may kill and wound 20,-000 of the foe, and lose but 10,000 men itleif; yet the 130, 000 of tfre? enemy, being demoralized and hors du combat, Will hardly ventdre on the- following^ to renew the contest with the remaining 00,00ft of tWrictore All nations are brave, but history is«full of instances where the brave have laid down their sriae,, The idea that any people cannot be-conquered is not even decent nonsense. The notion.that any army without money, leather or lead; without a harbor or, a ship at sea; with' ctft recognition - or reputable cause, can defy the lav$B of life and strength. and permanently withstand the mighty pres ^ sure of at least equal courage and continually replenishing force, is preposterous, and nothing else. ,

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Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

The HEAtrrt Brightens Things.—God has bo knit the mind an.d body together, that they act and react upon each other. Who has not felt that the state of health gives a coloring to everything that happens to him ? One.man; whose health is depressed, sees his*own fireside, tftat used to burn so- cheerily, only coveted wittj gloom and* sadness.— Another, of bright and joyous mind, in the full vigor of health, will go forth, and the very desert to that man 's eye will rejoice, and the very wilderness to his view wjllblossom as the rose, arid the saddest strains in nature will sound to him the most joyous and brilliant. , A sufferer goes out and foofo on nature, and" its roses arcaifl DCcome*V&orrr8, its myrtles all look like a desert,-and the sweetest minstrelsy of the grove and the forest sounds'to him like a wiia and wailing miror running through all the sounds of nature.

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Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

NEW FIRM! Coachmaking I THE Undersigned having leased the well-known OoachmakiflgEstablisufifentof Alex. Hamilton, on Mechanics street, Waynesboro', respCctfully announce to their friends and the public generally, that they purpose carrying on the business in all its branches, and are now prepared to manufacture to order all kinds of ^ Carriages, Buggies, Barouches, JSping Wagons; dec. &c of the best material, and made oy superior workmen. BLACKSMITH ING and REPAIRING of all kinds done at reasonable rates, promptly and to the satisfaction of customers. COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in exchange for work at market prices. B**Persons desiring articles or work in the Coachmaking line, are respectfully invited to give them a call. ' UK. MORRISON, Mar.8. " UEO. B. HAWKER.

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Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

UNBrccESBFtJi/iN His IiIff.—I confess that increasing years brings with them .an increasing respect, for those who do not succeed in life, as those words are commonly used. Heaven is said to be a place for those who have not Bucceded upon earth; and it is surely true that celestial graces do not best thrive and bloom in the hot blaze of worldly prosperity. Ill success sometimes rises from superabundance of qualities in themselves good—from a conscience too sensitive, a taste too fastidious, a self forgetfulness too romantic, a modesty too retiring. I will not g o so far as to say. with a poet, th' aC "tileworld laows nothing of its greatest won, " 1 but there are forms of greatness, or at least exccklcnce, ^ that die and make no sign; there are martyrs that mtss ike palm, but not the stake; there-are-neroes without the laurel, and conquerors without the triumph.—MR Hard.

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Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

Ready-Xaade Clothing J • FOR FAM, AND WINTER! FRESH SUPPLYS RECEIVED MONTHLY! I S. ADAMS wouWfi respectfilly inform his J\ a patrons and the public generally that he has returned from the Eastern cities * with a general assortment of Ready-Made FALf/ AND WINTER CLOTHING, embracing all the latest styles of Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Collars, Netties, Suspenders, etc, etc., all of which are w.ell made. The public are cordially invited to call anil examine bis goods, as he is detertermined to sell at short profits. <He will continue to carry on the business of Tailoring as heretofore. Persons desiring garments cut out or made up are invited to give him a call. Latest fashions received regularly;. Oct25. A. S. A.

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Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

' An "OttFtJt DfiAtfGHf/ —-Aft old acquaintance of onrs in th© country indulges jn a Very exaggerated style " of description" asd illustration, in his ordinary conversation.— For instance when- describing the effect of an alteration on his kitchen chimney, which he had ordered his mason to make, he said that "beforte the chimney was altered, it drew the ¦wrong way so powerful tWat every flock of wild geese that flew over the town for ten years was sucted down into the fireplace, but since the alteration has been made the draught has been so strong that if be should hook one end of a log chain in the middle of the " kitchen floor, the other end icoxdd stand qiiitiefitig up the chimney.

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Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

NEW LIVERY THE subscribrr respectfully announces to his fricmls and the public .generally that he has op-cned a Livery istuble ia Waynesboro, and it now irrpared to accommodate the public generally with ^wmwwM.miM .¦Jw^rj at the shortest notice, ilay or night.^- fjHsMHBlPer.wiis desirous ot hiring, cither foi riding or driving, would do* well to give him a call. His stock has been selected with great core as regards gentleness and speedy traveling; amV bis- buggies anJ carriages are all in good.condition* The nbove stock will bo kept at the Stable of Dr. John Cfellig. * Persons wishing to nire will please apply to the undersigned nt Bowdcn's'Y'fotel. no8^-6w JOHN RICHARDSON.'

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Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

Important to Farmers rr>HB subscriber takes this method of announcing X of the Farmers and others, that he has on hand a lot ofDWARF BROOM CORN seed, along with some specimens of the corn. This is an excellent article of Uroom Corn, and should be. raised by every one. He has also a full assortment of fresh Dings, Medicines, Chemicals, See. ' . J. F. KURTZ. P. 8. I am selling Cranberries at 13£ cents per quart, . ' ' Mar. 14 BROOMS! TlfE undersigned continues to manufacture Corn Brooms upon the' old principle, all of which fae.wu'l warrant to be well made. Those having broom corn are requested to give him a call. Jan 17 JACOB BECKNER.

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Id=199 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

Professor of Greek,, G. MUSGRAVE GIGER', Professor of Latin. JOHN. T.DUFFIBLU, • mar.23 Pfofcaaor of Mathematics M«Y Jacaiis, liartoaiigk «fc Vo 'm Celebrated American Liuiment " For Man and Beast. " THG greatest and best external" remedy ever o fcred to the public. For sale b y F. J. ' Kru'zi Druggist. Waynenboro' and l>y Druggists in tbe county generally. fejTi'rice 35 cents per bottle. December 13, '60— ly

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Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

PABENTAt GoTEBN*JENT.?=»Said .the HIOther of John and Charles Wesley "The first step tofonn the mind of a child is to conquer its will.' When once subdued; then many indulgences eatiibe safely granted. ' _ ¦ ' ' jgftia tili guilty. Webster, when about to di& fo> tfle fcfad blow lie dealt poor Parkman -^nOtininalice ^ but in rage—"In early childioojl ttlne «tt» a quiet and off banded tentr ^tii ehi^ ^Ma^Mi^uuli i jia& A pett^W indu^CTliC^in thU is'il>c end of it" ¦ E#straiijt8 are oeoeMary fiw the yonrig.'' " . ' . • • ' ' ' : ' <' : ' . /'• - i " ' - ^ , - . mmmm ^ MIGHIM SHOP IWU5T THBE4I CBffiBS GEI8ER8 PATENT, 8fcLF-llEGt7tATiNri GRAIN SBPARA-TOR, CLEANER AND BAGGER ¦ - - ' a«h> tas ' '' - . Latett Unproved " Thresher cmd' TripU Geared Hor$i l*<neers , f>riiing either ly Gear or Belt, all furnished Complete . ready to be put on Wagons. 1, the undesigned, desire to call the attention o> Farmeri) and Thresbc...

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Id=201 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

tfew Millinery EataLbliahmeati THE undersignei] would inform tbacjlizcns ot Wnynenboro' ami vicinity " thai sflSFhWcommenced llio Milliner business, in Church, atieet, a ' few doors South of the Diamond. Sh« expects to, receive her gooJs in a fuw days. ' phe lujiea.are roost resjieclfully in.vjleti.to>;give her a call. No pain* will be spared tffcsujtthe-tasteof.all. By close, application and a determination to .persevere, she, hoped to gain the confidence,as well as the support of the coinmunity. fihp baa wade arrangemenw sH that »Iie con recciyc new. gooJa weekly if necessary. Plea* give her a call . Msti. HESUBK. ¦ Wa>nesboro' ,.May 2,'GK

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Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

- '- ' ^'S^ii'e^^fc' -wlsi^t of a ™iUi°n .<*£ '.•dollar*. ¦ *:- ^'%&@&k£&i fa : i&W ' «un*B ey«2^85l'>voir ?:Vjg^apgg[^" >*'* wei* H in 4fca , **#jj* ; of " . ' She never Leav.i»i«v ' ' ' . :XoO^to the i»te«t:«rf^watftiui f U tmBfloa ilirooKh Ae world; th»t man visited ^-misttridKa-t^ H<tff£tfeMtS& h&W bptoi fellow nmO to Binfc*rtttei! " tn« * 6i«lit^;l»i8 tffiioUons) unhseded Wofaet OM fHena if hiBOwnsok^ot'get him, linptne^ abantlouB hitty attothot, perhaps, bottora.him j; but wdMttr^th^^omiwVtbMaws^tti' ln^hw affltcti««8 with unBhaketi aflfootionsj braves th« cMnges of feeliog, of hia>'mj)er embittertd b.V the disaptwintmenta of tho.. world with tbe highest of all virtues; resigned to* tieacc tniniBters to hta wants, even when her owo are hard and pressing; she weeps With him, tear for tear* in his distresses, and is the firet to catch and. reflect.. ». ray of joy, should but one lig ht up ...

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Id=195 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

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