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Id=186 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

NO HUMBUGGING 11 HE subscriber respectfully informs ths public that he will continue the Smithing business at the old stand, until recently , conducted under the firm of Hawker & Cline. lie is now prepared to mnke to order Buggies, Carriages,Spring Wagons, with all work belonging to the Blacksmithing business, at short notice and upon reasonable terms. He relurns his thanks fo> the very liberal patronage extended to the late firm, and hopes by prompt attention to business to merit a continuance or the same. JOHN CLINE. March 22.

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Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

New Millinery Establishment THh undersigne4-wouId—inforra-tbe—citreens-of .Waynvbbdxo' and" vicinity that Bhe has coin r meuced tho Alillincr business, in Church gtieet, a few doors Kouth of the Diamond. fcShe expects to receive her.gnods in a few days. The ladies are most respectfully -invited to give her a call. No pains will be spared to suit the taste of all. By close application and a determination to persevere, she hopes to gain the confidence, as well as the EupporC ol the community. .She has made arrangements so that she can receive new goods weekly if necessary. Please give her a call, - M. 0. KESSEK, VVayuesbcro', May 2,'61.

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Id=177 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

laoLjuw DENTIST, ~T) ESPECTFULLY offers his services to the cit-J..Vii?ensQl Waynesboro'and surrounding country. He is prepared to perform all operations in Dental Surgery in a superior manner. Teeth inserted fror; one to an entirp set in the rnost ripproved and substantial manner, and warranted not to bo surpassed for beauty and durability. Charges moderate and all work warranted as represented. N. B. Will visit residences when requested.— Office, on'Mechanics Street, opposite the residence of J, R. Welsh, up stairs.

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Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

Mentzer s Hens & Cattle Powder MM. STONER^having purchased of Mri s Mentzer, the recipe for making the above tar-tamed Horse and Cattle Po .wder, forPennsylva ' nia and Maryland, takes ' this method of'in'forming the farmers, drovers, &c, that he has on Kand an4 intends kefeping a good supply.' always ' on hand! Country ^ merchants and other* keeping such articles fcr sale/would -do well to supply themselves with a) quantity. He will sell it on commission or for cash cheap. Orders will be punctually attended to.. ' ¦Oct. 6.

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Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

NOTICE. WHERE AS, Letters Testamentary to the E-¦«tate of Barbara S. Truxel, late of lke&£ rough, ol Waynesbon), deceased, have been granted to the subscriber; all persons indebted^d ' the said Estate, are requested lo make imulcdiate payment, and those having claims . , or-demands against - the Estate of said decedent, will make known the same without delay to, f ^ E; S. TROXEL, . Ded6—6w Executor ptAMPHENE Nil Burning Fluid always 0 I'jbamlat Aun- - Kcutz's

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Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

VIJLJLACrJB RECORD. / . PUBLISHED YtttKhTC * ¦ +—<?$¥ W. BLAIlt. ¦ . ; TEBMS^^l-SO if piid.in advance, Or within three months—i$2-00 after tlie expiration of tbrea months biit within the year., . . . . : ApVEBTISEMENTS^ten lines, three inser r t ' tons $1; for every fabsfatient ' insertion, 25 cents, E3F*Patent, medicine, arid, other city advertisements to b ' e paid Kemi-andUBlly,4n advance.

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Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

WcKeiBce of Arnmggedon ¦ *¦ A BOOK FOR THE TIMES. rilHIS is acknowledged to be one of the most re-J markuble of human productions Unit has ever been ollered tu the AmcrlL-an people. The style is chaste and truly eloquent. The subject treated of is of the most inspiring: "The United States in Prophecy. For sale by J. F. KURl'Z. IS'ovl

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Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

An Infallible Cure f»r Rheumatism — '1 he sensori for rheumatic complaints !>cirig " now upon us, the fallowing receipt will prove invaluable to both citizens and and soldiers. The writer has found it ah infallible cure- TJie following proportions must be observed. ' , II. STOMiHOUSE, ' DEAI.ERIN Illllllll U!i:, UTTIillV, kl, Had rettirnecl frofarthe Cities with a large anil well selected sincfi nf Uuods " ' tie now offers for eale ai low prices: Iron, . Steel, Naile, " ¦AxeB ^ Rope; / ' Bobes, / 1/ STOVES, . , (PARLOR AND TEN-PLATE) CARRIAGE WARE, ' ^ ' AND GEDAE WARE: GRINDSTONE^, * (Ssuperior kind;) Horseshoes, -^ ^. ' . Traces, - Hames, SHOE FINDINGS AND LASTS Knives, Forks, Spoons, &c. ACSQ ^2®e^ti C^ ^a a il c© c? S3 A IV M F H L Ii K 8 Pa a new and improved plan, at low prices. Ho invites his old customers and the trade gener erally to.examine his stock before purchasing else where. - H. STONEHOUSE. Nov. 1. 1860 . Dealer in all the variety<...

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Id=194 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

WALL PAPER! 1 AA Samples of the latest S pring styles can I \J\Jk* Been in the Book Store at the Town; . Hall. Kei-eiving paper directly from the Manufac«/ turers, the subscriber is prepared, to sell at the ver/ lowest prices. „ J. R.WELSH. V April 12. • l

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Id=184 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

THE-BEST COOK STOVE in the market to ba had at the sign of Ibe Big R«d Horn- . I> H_Bra»u- TnniV BRmfiRS. f!ART TBON WATRR WHEELS, IRON KETTLES, &c, Stoves and Plow custitiRjOalsocast iron and wrought iron pipe for steam °< watery and Brass castings <if ' every description; in a word, I am prepared to do everything Usually done in a foundry and machine shop. Having supplied myself with the latest imptovui! machinery, such as Laities, Boring, Planing and Drilling Machines, persons can rely on having their work done in the most satisfactory manner.— 1 am also prepared to manufacture to order machinery'for wood, such as Tonging nnd Graving machines for fijoring, Surface, Tunoul and Moulding iimcliines . ojc. ' / 1 also oiler ' ,to 'the publifc a new and vnluable improvement in my steam engines, niade within the last year, viz: for the economizi ng of tuef, and the regulation of speed, which renders my new engines far superior to the old engines. All...

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Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

SILK , Weol, and Coltoif under Shirts and Draw V U J. W y Mn.t,iB'«. Fisher's Eating Saloon .{ ¦ .., • ANDCQNFEOTIONARY! fTlHE subscriber respectfully informs |il» custom' JL ers and the public generally that .he ' has recTTilly replenished his atqck of Fruit " arid Confec; tionaries, and has now Ino finest assortment of . ¦ " • ¦ • 0 4M11IE8J ever brought to Waynesboro', wit}» IJUf 8, RAISINS ' , PiltJNES, FIG8, §WEET pAKJES QF EVERY IfESCRIPTiON, CIGARS, TQBACpd, etc., eto. , p Y § T E R § 1 He has elw on band ai alt times toe finest Oysfc,r.s the market will afford, which will be served up to customers Fried, Roasted or Slewed. ' . ALE AND CIDER! He is likewise prepared to - furnish both Washa; bough, -3 and Ludwig's ALE, and a superior article of Scotch Ale anu Crab Apple Cider, ' with a piime -article of Bologna Sausage, Boiled Eggs, and all other articles usually kept in first class Restaurants A genuine article of Viuegnr always for sale. ' ' Lv8 '^ ' - ¥ ' '^.S/FISHE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

¦ ¦ . " .'•V : ""'f : 'A l ^etAffoy ' |- " "• ^¦; ' r >;-' iA year . 8go~what .. are Jthfe memories; which alift ' ost unconsciously to 'buf selve^J steal upon Ins asjve glance back -a wf'O'P year in the retrin ' sp.ect of iivie. ^rheii ^ as now, the i^st birtji .flay> ofAutiimn Ipve . lii)ess ' ,,w r erego,ingjMt,( a ' nU jlie cold dark ahadowa'bir wiriter^iertling down ' upon us ' But still how changed are all ihfhgs arbiini us! ' MethifikftHhere is eatce a household, wherein the inmates may: hot not^sotne great change; the past year" has' perhaps, wrought such changes as only one in. a hundred Min effect.- •... . ¦ . .' . ¦ ¦> And as I write, thought will revert to a name; whose, sound w ' a» igladne«»-i—one often on your pages-appeared* and whose words came willingly to our hearts, with tones of cheerful mirth, Tifiihg. if it might not altogether dispel, the clouds which of teniimes surrounds us. threatening entirely in envelope us with its uarkness and gl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

Q&ttiUrbhtlon ef a Bespeotabte Flatnily - We . r¥feret- io ' atate«thali through ahe blundferinp of a country cousin, one; diE the firstfamilie*'of thts ¦: eiiy' - .wer^' re cently thro . wn inio ' a slate bt consternation anU indignation whiohli is impnsnible! toi describe; For a while:seiious cbnsequerfce « ere appiehen'ded; 4 m after -proper re ' slorathes were applifa, and rxjilariations made the family were enabled totake ' iheir jneals with their accustomed rpgularity «nd tii lish. ThemisutiderBianding was.caused in a singular manner, nml cart, in a meas ure, be auribiiteuNlo the prevailing war. and number of military heroes > who : infest ihe ; ciiyi i 'J .-• ¦• ¦ ¦ <v, ' >- i.u.> ... ¦ .••.^...¦j . it ( seemflMliat the cousin, who caused the trouble* is a native ol -Vermont, arid is.now on a visit to ah' uncle In the city. One evening, dtiring-the recent spell of co.'d weathcrv'the only dalighier:of'the - house; a lady of seventeen, ani ...

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

ther' s Htisbaha 1 . ''N(»ilady%l/diJfd 6§ wi<h>' •out one' of thrse sBiriis/'J' said ! the storekeeper- "Well, of course 1 hotfVdryJyrespOAilejl, tlie hiisbai.d, whp.wa9 some tbiog of a wag;>she sjioulj be within ' it. rt ¦• >¦: ¦-'¦¦¦ T-. ¦;'" • . - ,'.:, Ciji it .-»•;¦ +. , - ¦¦ , \\ Art old bac helor. say si he Used *o be ler- > nbly bitten by rnuiquiloes until, he got. \ married— -when them .blood thirsty ' jriijainraN found oiit (hat hi^'wife was niuen the %k^ , de ' re " st, and he'li' asri*! been JTotftrted^sftiee;' 'I' alk of the seffiis'iness.o/ old"rjacl<erpl*j ' "Put down the pick' le tif '"tli e fToVdi ' *ere uttered harshly tfh:«!h i 6rnetjly ; l;y' 1 ihrf sergeant trt an urrgrneiout private,;whwearwed away,by. his^lyingryjpa8sion8.)",.h a*l: snatched apickle-from.the barrel,, "Anil, or .hy" sh ' n ' ntd 1 put down the pickle ?" " qn ' errFcs the private. mifd(y;; ^JFflt dbWh the pickle-^th'at-s all^l'wahl-rffybij^ !«i +etn...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

S E L EC T IVIIS C EH_ L ANY, A Real Incident ' In the autumn <>l 1823, a man was descending the Ohio river, with three small children in a canoe. - He had lost his wife, and with the emigrating spirit of our people, was transferring his all to another country where he might agajn begin the world. Arriving toward evening at a small islandr-h,e landed them inr tlie night. After remaining a short time, he determined to visit the opposite shore, for the purpose, probably, ol purchasing provisions; am! telling his children that he would soon relurn to idem, tie p-adTTled oil. leaving idem alone on the island. Unfortunately, he met with some loose, companions* on the chore who invited him to drink-. He -became intoxicated, and in attempting to cross the river after night was drowned.— The canoe floated away and no one knew of the .catastrophe until the following day. T.he,poor deserted children in the meanwhile wandered about it . ie u . ninliabiteil is land straining...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

:. rhe,,siup,id ,Mn ot> ;S . tupid Jatlier is a chip of.tbe old . bloel j head. .. ./7 r ., f^Ainan nobliged to keep his word wflen nobody will take it. ' ; ,. . As a man drinks ; (ie generally grows reckless; in, b\e .qas§,.ibja. jj&qrq dramg »he fewer scruples. ' ••JJon't cry lilile, boy; did he hit you on .. ?jNo, sir; he hh,«e,on t^e he ad.." , : A shoemaker Was. taken? Up f<ir higamy.; "Which .wife/,'..asked a bystander, fr "wjll he be , obliged to take , !*' Brown ' always TtaAf'if a 1 jr.fce, re " jiiie ( f: lie is a ; enbi>!ef and of 66hfaei must sliek to hW Usi.' r ' ¦ ' Why is an Atlantic steamship like a Htirse's dwllar? ! H gJes " oveF the main (maho ) ¦ "• .¦:';•! • ¦¦ . • '¦ .. • •' ,:¦ ¦ ¦ ¦' . '¦ : . . You might as well try ro .seethroueh a saw-log with the eye,, of a ' neeJle, as to satisfy the wants 6t a woman who don't want d ' nusband. - •" • • i- .yr,v.. : _- <..-; ¦ J;<: ViJ ' ¦ '* ' : <i! C 'l-: ! ¦ -- ¦d '...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

GorD Natured PRol*t;E.-r-Be good na-' tured,il you can,:(or there.is no- attraction so great, no charm so admirable. A face that is JTo 'II of tite expression of amiability is. always beautiful. , (t needs no tialiit and no powdejrsV Cosmetics, .ale; . oOperfltiOus lorTit^7JRouge 1 canno l t T improvje its chqeks,-npr lily-white nie ' rvl its complexion. VI . ' 8 loveliness X\ia beyond' alt \\\\». ' " It is not the beauty that \i Mn deep, Forwlien you gnze into' the.face ol a noble .hearted, man or ' w,ornar,,,jl is .^ not , lhp .shape of the; features you really see, nor yet the tint of the cheek, the hlieor ' the lip, or the brilliance of the eve; voit' see that namelssg something \vhicli. animates all these, and leaves, for your instinct a sense,ol grateful fascination; you see an . indescribable em¬ bodiment of a heartfelt goodness Within, which wins your frgnrt ' l iri> spite ol exter rial appearances. Cultivate-good: nature, therefore. It.is better than apples of-go...

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

: ;-..,. .;.:•', - .. JoBtlcd. -.:».-.: ¦> -.<-.• •;:. -., ' •!Tfie pence or ioeiety dependeth on juslice; tl.ehappine . sa k of individuals on the certain enjoyrnent of ail Iheir possessions. ¦ ' Keep the desires of thy heart, therefore, >_niiili3beibjkn.rl»^of£thtiUferiH hand of jnslire load them aright.-! - '. ';' ¦ . '. : VQast .nn^ an evil eye «n the gopda . ol, .^by, neinhbor; let whatever/b, b ' is .property be sacreii from thv touch. ' " Letnnl'teniptiition'allure'i rtor anypr ' o*^ (•cation excite ihee to lift ' upithy ' haiid ' .m the (iHZard ol . lug life. .: , - ; >..-,. ( ,,./ ¦ . .-:¦.-. T)clame JiimMiot/in J)is. c . riaracter;, b^ar no'Jalse witnt'PB against lii'm.. ' ' " ' . ' . , tSurrupVnot iii's scrVaint'ltf isfifeitl'bV' Irtrpkfre lilmt antl'the Wile ' '61 -|ii» VtVsuhii 't> ' tempt.not toisto-.' ;:¦ >¦ .,¦:, •.,,! ;•<;, • jr. - ,: ..;yi.; ¦:h wyi,be,^.grte£to .hi« !>eart>fi w^p,h . tb, n^ #anm no...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

The minister and tbe Bumblebees. -; ^'••Mississippi'-rejoices in Ihe posseasihn of the rude ulenls that distinguish a backr woods preacher, J;nown as. . «Uncle E|ob, ' , "On one prcasion v *Uhcle Bbb' .went tb miiiiVier to " tlie BpirSinal : 'w ' an\8pt»f some bfetlifireii' wlib' convened : semi-occflBionally at a little out of the-way church known by.the classic name of 'Coon Tajl.* , inspirited by a crowded hotise/ IJnble Bob turned hinisell loose ih_ bis ittott tragic style; He beat,' stamped* arid vociferated terribl y*. . , Foe some tfnie previous the rudf pulpit had^ been unoccupied. Invited by the apparent security and quiet of the place; a cdmrribnity ol •bumble -.bees' Had built a best beneath. ; Uncle Bob's• peonliat mode of conducting the, sexvicen had disturbed the, insects; and just ' as lie was executing one rif his ' modi ti'ernendotig gestures an enraged bee ' met him half wa^r , and popped hisvgting into the end of Uncle llnb 8 huge nose-. He stopped short, gave...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

fy=ML9Z:£S5&$ BEAD HOPES. The Jcail leaves strew ro . v.daHy paths,. Ana deaii hopeg sirew .my heart, ' , Alas! that autumn storms must come, , ' And summer's ' joys depart; Alas! that prospects bright as mom . - Bhculil fade like day when eve comes oh The cherished hope oWnrly year?, Too brujnt. for earth to hold, The gay, glad promise of my youth, The flower tnnt would unfold, Pfow, withered like the autumn leaves, JVo more my trusting heart deceives. .. I walk henceforthbeneath the cloud, : , My heart is shrouded now, Xet jneeklv. Father, to Thy will, That ftcbin ' g heart would bow; Punshine, thank God! is on my h'tmd, c Since only earthly hopes arc dead. What though the forms I lovcl so well Are sleeping 'neath the sod; What though the spirits onco with me ' Are walking now* with God, -' /In that bright Inno. where angels sinfr, -And bloom the flowers of endless spring! There cow en a day niy soul shall Know, When all I hoped for here, for ever fresh, for ever b...

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