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Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

TO THE PUBLIG2 NEW ESTABLiISH^gHTI '|iHE subscriber would inform the citizens of 1 Waynesiwra? and the public that he has comuienced tho Slwemnking business in the Basement oi Kurtz's Hotel, where be will, at all times be in readiness to accoiuinoiiate those who may give him, acalU * ' ¦ ¦ - ,. - x BOOTS ANDSffQESr made to order, ou short nutice ^ of the best material,, and upith . tbe inpst rcasotiubie terms. OciS5, . THO8. BRINGMAN.

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Id=187 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

- Lyr and purchased at tile Tory lowest figure with an eye to suit the wants of this community. He » therefore enabled, to accommodate all who may. favor him with a call, in quantity, quality, style and price. Nu trouble loahow goods. Country Produce takin in exchange for grinds at the highest market prices. By strict attention to business and a desire to plrase in every respect he hopes to (peril & continuance of .patronage. Oct. 11 - ¦ J. W. MILLER. e mmm

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Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

POPLAR LiriaBZSR (T3HE undersigned offer for sale SEVEN THOUl| SAND FEET of well seasoned POPLAR LUMBER, at the Mill of George Knepper, near Hughes' Furnace, at reasonable rite ' s, soma of which is joice Scantling, 4 by 4 inches square and snme 3 J by 4 inches, and 2 inch Plank, 1 inch, J inch, 4 >nch Boa ids.-Persons wishing to buy Poplar Lumber will please give us a call GEORGE KNEPPER, Jr. GEORGE KNEPPER,- . FeH4—2m Ex'rs of David Knepper,'Dee'd

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Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

PAYETTEVIIiliB BBMINAHY Recommendation! from the Faculty of Princeton - College. N. J. 7 PnuNCKTuK, N, J., Feb. 26th, J8GI. The undersigned are happy to testify that pupils, of the Fayettoville Academy, Pa. have maintained, a high standing amjng the recent graduates of the,. Collage of New Jersey. JOHN MACLEAN, President of tho College:

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Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

O TE3I ,0 YESlV : O YE8! rTIKC undersigned ofluntJiis mfvice to ali person* £ who want a cryer. Ready at all times to cry Public Sales. VeniHifn, ' Auctions, &.C., at the most rnodrrat* terms ' . AII or.lem'loft a t tho Office of the Villuse Record, will be promptly attended to. j Jani» - BBO.V. MONO

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Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

lleifence or A-t-inng-gcdou A BOOK FOR THE TIMES. rwiHIS is acknowledged to he one of the most re-X nrnkublfe of human productions lliat has ever been olfered.to the American people. The style is chanteanJ truly eloqucnl. The subject treated of is of the must inspiring: "The United States in Prophecy. For sule bj J F. KURTZ. Nwt m

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Id=202 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

\O LAUUK. „ - j^y ODOK BISON'S PC BE CARBURET OF IROIT _ si^oyB polish, The cheapest articla in: tl«e_worIiL__IJnr4V3lledr in Economy. Permanently Lustrous. The only place to got it is at , BKOrilERTON'S. March 88. ¦

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Id=177 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

T. J. FM I?Bfi 11T, S « DliAPEB, • "» ^. Has constantly for pale a full assortment of ^ i H GbO. DSy/or Gentiemin'a iiiare. - ti %* ty LaWet City. Fashions always oil haml.jS g Wai/nuburo', I'a. j *»

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Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

6000 Rails for Sale rriHS subscriber has now on hand SnOO good X CHESTNUT RAILS which ha wilt dispose of on reasonable- terms. ' Abo—one good ROAD WAGON. - " . • L.8. FORNEY, Jan3- tf - - ' .

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Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

Smoke Stack for Sale npHE subscriber has a heavy Iron Smoke 8tack _|_ 33 fi-et long and 16 inches in diameter, which he trill dispose of upon reasonable termsi Post Office address, tjuincy, Pa. h Dee20—If JOHN L. METCALF.

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Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

4: LAKOB assortment of . A . KunosuNB r.AMp8{ --- - - AnTtn M«eJlen» »r»W« of Kiftoac** Oir, alw*y« onbaod. : 4i':.;.J ?..? '" : H. 8TONBHOU8K. ! Pififaor V' * Hating lalODii £.t*:.: ; i;l$^&-\JL-h&3Ju mmm toimi npitiS (Ubscriber rero*trully Informs lint cattomj X ; cf»aniT«he pubficlgoneiaily- thlt be Jibs »oc " BTiily replenished bi» » 46c», of Kh>it and Confec lioliarits, anil bs» now "the nu'plt aosorlmoht of - • : ««•« brought to AVavnesboro', with ,. ' . Kt'TS, RAI8INd, PRUNES, FIG8, SWEET CAKE8 OP EVERYiPESCIHPTlON,-.CIGARS, TOBACGO, ctcT, etc. ; btsTEiii! ;:: ' - ' He has also on bind at all times the finest Djstcrs the market, will afford, which will'be .Mived »p,to customer* Fried, Uotwted or Slewed. ALB ANID CIDER! He i» likewise prepared to furnish both Washabough . s and Ludtoig's- ALB, and a superior article of Bcotch Ate ana Urab Apjile Cid«r, wi»b a pitae article of Bologna Sausage, Boiled Egga, and all other nrl/clea Bstially kopt in f...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

The Sick in'S ed With 0 proper stipWy of windows, and ' a pioper supply of fuel in opeh fire places, fresh a|r is comparatively easy i4 aeeUre when your patient or patients are in feed.— Never be afraid to open windows tUen. -^- People don't catch cold in bed. : With" pr<*> per bed clothes, and hoi bottles, if necessary, you cah always keep a patient warm in bed , " and well ventilate him atthe. siime time.— Never allow A patient to be " wttked ititeptionally 01* accidentally is a«ne qua 1 non. of all good nursing. [ If he is roused -ortt•• of . his first sleep, he is almost certain to hive no more' sleep. It ia a curious but quite intelligible fact,, that if a. patient is ' waked after a few hours' instead of a few minutes' sleep, ne~ is more iikoiy to sieap ogam; because pain, like, irritability ' of brrtin, perpetuates itself. If you lmvc gained a respite of either in sleep, you have gained more than the mere respite. Both the probability of recurrence atid ...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

Impregnable Positions. No position that our armies, have yet taken ought to have been captured, the Rebels being judges. Hatteras Inlet,. Hilton Head, Fort Ilcury, Itoanoke Island, Fort Donelson , New Madrid and Newbern, were' all pronounced by their authorities utterly impregnable. But when the Union forces moved seriously forward to the work, they took them, all the prophecies to the contrary notwithstanding., Manassas, Bowling Green and Columbus , Winchester and Fort Clinch, were said to be so strongly fortified that they could laugh at all the forces of tho world. Uat thoy have been ingloriously left for us to occupy at our leisure, without the firing of a gun or the loss of a man.. Yet the satiic kind of boast- ' ing is ,Btill kept up by the Rebel pioss.— Every old pusitiou w.hich they occupy—every new position to which they retreat—is pronounced impregnable. Like the Bourbons , <k would seoin^thut they can never team and never forget anything. They have been so long n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

THE WIPE. •!A lioni* to go to. ' 1 —Mils. Ei.i.is. Beautiful.. inexpressibly beautiful, tlofini-—tJw^siigffl^tJ^^^ll ^outlciieiia^-itfli'ptioii, wjL. - Yes, rest>?Nitj horn-. i The train was saved. The first day was I won. The p'estige of success was establishj ed. and tho future looked blue . with hope as ¦j- tttTrvtorela of (hi- cirry-ycar: — ¦ J'lvcnM—Phyho have been a wanderer all my life long—who have never hud'a fireside nil my own—mine to be sat by with .1 .second M>lt, dearer, if possible, than tho fireside—ovnn I,lingering over that phrase, can scarcely reconcile myself to the fact, that I am not. to sonic fond and faithful heart, that being '¦to go homo t<>.' I'aoii I cm shut my eye and dre.im of that which, would be a blessed reality. " ' * I can see a cottage which love has made holy. ne>tling away in the .sunny summer icivM ' wliere the golden g lory of sunset lingers, and the shadows la'est reach. 1 c:m wee ' the centlc wifo...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

Dobbs says, . the first ,scotii\drel tftajb .attempts to difsplvb this glorious TJnion/otigLt to begroanil to 1 d" eaih; in a bark-mill Wthotit the" privilege,of hollering, ' -. ' : ¦¦ . ¦ <<! - • j Mrs. Stariton says that ''wjiat'inen can do, women Ciiri do." 1 She ' shontil^haVe added— ' with the exception of straddling; a fence gracefully. , • . ' . '•'¦ -.''... ' An orator'holding forth 5h favor of 'wotn 1 en concluded thus- 1 —"Oh, tiiy liearcrSj- depend upon it,, there's j nothing beats-ft good wife*. " ¦ "I beg your pardon^said one of tho female auditors, "a drunken hnibattd. does." An old almanac, among' other domestic receipts, - has one to convert a ; 'ea!nv- into a hurricane , " which . .is a* follows: . ,• "Help a good looking chamtwrmaiil chord a "bed , and; let yourwifc catoh yon at it." ItECEIPT FOR Till? Se.VSOV.—^A lady Up town' cleared hor house of flies by, putting honey on her husband's whiskers when he .was asleep. . .The. flies^gtuck.fast, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

TJTQ8FAMEN. Oh ! inoiirn for the vanquished, Oh ! mourn fnrthe slm ' ti, . . V <3«c Mood in dfC|i torrents . . Now reddens' (lie \>Wm! See ijlie legions ofdurkneas * : Aro trampling them down. On the fi ' Uls that hrtve echoed Their father's renown ! Oh ! mourn fur the vanquished, . ¦ - < >b >m»urn for the brave* Who for God nn I tor freedom ' Hive-g>>ntr-io-t4ii"-grave-! See! they sink nil ilisnniring O,n the far distant plain ; * ' . . Where now I hoy are bleeding, . And bleeding in vain ! Oh! mourn now, my countiy, Thou chosen «f eirtli! For lie t >r :h nf a .Icinn I' Is red on th>- Iwartli;" Ami the wail ot bereavement, ' The shriek of despair. From thy heart broken daughters, Is tilling the air! One prayer for the dying, One ttift fur . the dead, Then,strike, O my brothen-! For the heroes that bled: Arise in your fury, .Arise m your might, , And down with the Kvmen Ol tiod and the Righi! KEEP TDslilfti WUSG. Keop ...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

and swear week days and preach Sundays. When they became Sccesh, they bii! farewell to honesty, truth and decency. The Confedoracy originated in lying,stealing.and perjury. ¦—Floyd did the stealing, the common masses the lying, and fourteen Senators'froni the Cotton St itcs the perjiyy—the latter class while still retaining their seats in the Unite 1 ! St-ites Senate, an-1 miking a prc.'enec of obsorvinjr their oaths, bift at night, till twelve o'clock " , holding scorefr meetings , sending despatches to their respective State , to pass Ordinances of Secession, to seize forts, &c, &c. Auvnig other instance* illustrating the spirit prorating among the Southern clergy, Mr. Brown'.ow «iid that the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Knusville called a U"iou prayer meeting to pray that Burnside ' s fleet might sink and the blockade-be raised. The same minister had said that he would rather u-=e a Bible printed and bound in hell than one from the North. Also, t...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

—fn-the-hearirof-everji UiaimuiitienHj great ... . , the lion and the lamb dwell together. ; ¦<"' - "" The more a bad mart sleeps thfe tetter; his sleep is the next best thing to death. '; • " The most recent invention in England is a new seat for tailors , to obviate the necessity for their sitting Cross-Pegged. ; ; • ¦ : A contemporary says, the Board of Health ouglittoofffer a premium to any Jady-who will wear the thickest shoes. ... " • ' •,* ¦ . Dr. Dcwey says that-evorything isof some * * ^ use. We should like our clerical friend " (0 i tell us of what earthly use' lirairis 'are l to" 'a,J -dunayv ' ..' -- •.-..: ;c. i "Flattery is the bellows that blows up*\ vice.' 1 'Persuade a girl that she is an : "ari- ) glo" and you can' persuade -hor to become V anything you wish, after that..'- : -. ¦' ,. r~*?^ Why should marriage be spoken of as a tender tie, when it is so tough thirt" nothing but ; death (<ir ' the 'Lcgislature)can ' .ctit ; it7' Men, like roosters,...

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

m; luasvUMuenjr . : Ladies at Clirncn^-r-Somoliody says that females go to meeting to look at each other's boitnets. That's downright scandal' They go to show thdir own; ' f\b. iMan,boastin' g:of the smartness of hi* children,.««id the youngest w;is; so,smart it would take i . te hand off a hot .stove without being told. • ' ... ' . There is a,mule near BillingUss, Ireland, that is fifty-nine years Old. The reason of his livihg' sp 'l ong, is '" the fail that ' be isioi) "stubborn to die." ¦ ' ¦ - ¦> .'; ' ' .-. That California is certainly a great, place. A cori i cspondcns ' writes us at Sato Francisco that ho has seen beets as b?g as' lamp • posts, while the commonest kind Mmeasure.aa.big" as New Vork carrots, and are sliced, tip for tea like our wliite radishes. That young gentleman" has either seen a great ' 'de.il , " b ' r else "he ' s somc""isn lying. .!<;,:-

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

I1IE TUBER WBEFEBS Sorrow wepps! Arid drowns i<a bitterness ih toorsj ' ' / . Myxhihi of sorrow*. . . ,<., • • : ; ; : -". . .• WeVp out the I' ullness of ihj * . passionate grief, And drown in tears ' The bitterness of lonely years. : ' -f>oil gives the rnin ond sunRhine mild,' ' And both aialiKst,my child! ' Joy weeps! ' <t " • ' . t - And overflow* it* banks with .tears; ' ' . ' » My cliitir of joy. ' ¦ • . ' " • ¦ ' ' " - < Weep out the gladripwofthy pent up het(t< ' And 161 Illy glist ' eniiig eyes ; Run over in their ecstncies; ' ¦•'¦' Life needt-d. joy;'but frorn.on high ¦ Descends wlmt cannot diet ' ' Love weeps! - ' ¦ _ * : • ¦ '_ ATiltteelJaTtsTBilent Ufe ' with tears} My child of love, ¦ r . ¦l' our out the ritlies of thy Teaming heart, And, like the nir of even, Give and take hack the dew of heaven; And let that, longing heart of thine Feed upon love divine!

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