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Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

When Napoleon (ai that time First Consul) heard . I the drnili of Washington hf said: " The greal light <f the w<yi«l has gone out." in his hand, in the following oruer ol the day, he thus, amvnuncrd the decease nl the "Father ol his Country" to the Consular Guard and to the armies ol France: "Washington is dene!! This greal v man fought against tyranny; he established the liberty of dis country.' His memory must always be dear to the French people, as wejl[_nsjo_all _ihe free of both Worlds, ahB^speTiaTiy ~ ii» ihe French soP

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Id=201 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

. Hardware, .Varnishes, . . •> Oil Cloths, ' SJioe Finding*, Agricultural. Implements, * all of woidi I desire lo dispose of at price? ta suit the times. Try me, and by an examination o£ roy stock convince yourself that I mean juSTwhatTSay, I take pleasure in showing goods, whether sales aro circcted or not. Ta persons about ta build I am prepared to oiler extraordinary inducements both in Hardware and Paints. Thankful to friends for post favors, a continuance of the same is respectfully solicited—premising to do all in my. power to render satisfaction to all who may favor mo with their pa-Uonage. W.H. BROTHERTON. ' April 11..

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Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

NO HUsVIBUQCfiftlC 11HE subscriber respectfully informs ths ' public that hr> will continue the Smithing "business nl the old stand, until recently, conducted under the firm of Hnwker & Cline. He is now prepared -to make lo order Buggies, Carriagcs . Sjiring Wagons, with all work belonging to the B acksmithing < t liusinoss, at short notice and upon reasonable terms. He returns his trunks for the very liberal patronage extendetLto 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=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

Th^Marva Seed. {lave yi u ever considered how wonder ful a thing the si eJ of a plant is? It it •be miracle of miracles. God said, "Lei there be ptants yielding eceil;" and it \t further ai'dt-d, •each one after his kind," Consider, first their numbrr. About a hundred and fifty years ago, the celebrated l»irwae^sij»Lo_^gaJ»efi»MJaiie»UHU8-{at*et iTrJoTany," recked about 8 000 different kind cf plant*; antr then he thought that ihe whole number existing could not much exceed 10,000. But one hundred years

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Id=210 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

New Millinery Establishment THE undersigned would inform the citizens of Waynesboro' and vicinity that she has.commenced Thc-MTfUner business, in Church street, a ( cw. doors South of tho Diamond/ Sho expects to receive her goods in a f«w days. The ladies are. most resprctlully invited to give her a "call. No pains will be spared to suit the tastaof all. By close application and a determination to persevere, she hopes to gain the continence, as well as the support j| the community. She has made arrangements so lh.it she can receive new goods weekly if necessary, Please give her a call M. 0. RE&JER, Waynesboro', May 2, '61.

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Id=207 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

FAYETTEVliiLB SSMIWAHY Recommendations from ihe Facultu of Princeton College. N. J. Prikceto*, N. J., Feb. 26th, 1861'. * The undersigned are happy to testily that pupils of the Fafetteyille Academy, Pa. h.ive nuiiiMiueda, high standing among the recent graduates of the College of J\cw Jersey. JOHN MACLEAN, President of the Collfgo. 4AMBS C. MOFFAT' Professor of Greek. G. MUS«RA,VB .GlGEIt, - Professor of Latin.

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Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

Life must be regarded as incomplete in its highest sense, which is not controlled by irie power of Christian principles. .It may be enterprising, bold andfeailesB. ]i may be exatied by a stern puipose faithfully carried out. ' It may be graced with rare social gifts, and jet, if it lacks the vitalising elements of Chrinian' experience, ii is an*re to be pittied than scorned.— AVjtii n* lofty stature and riehfoliage.il bears no fiuitt. •-' ¦ _

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Id=208 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

4mra-Tri*wmL-r*— — mar.S9 • Proli-ssoi of Matheraitics Dr. JncolfM, flurbttiigta Ac lo > * Cekbrated American Liiiimeot "ForMan and Boast. " THE greatest and bout external remedy, evcros Icrcd to the public. For sale by F. J. Krulzf Druggist. Waynesboro* and liy Druggists in the county generally. t9<* Price 25 cents per bottle. December 13, '60— ty

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Id=203 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

rpiHE subscriber would inform tlie citizens of X Waynesboro' arid the public that he has commenced the Shoemaking business in the Basement of Kurtz's Hotel, where ho will at all times be ia readiness, to accoiuincxlato those who may give him a call. BOOTS AND SHOES! made to order, on short not ice,, of the best material,, ind upon ' the most reasonable terms. Oct 25. T H OS. B KJNGMAN.,

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Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

diers, who, like him and his American troops, fight in defence ol liberty and equaliiy. Therefore, the First Concul has ordered that, for the space of ten <la\s, or*pe-s h*H-be—hw>g-orr-aVI—I rre-ctrvoxs-arrrd" standards ol the Republic". »«•** ¦

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Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

WALL PAPER! 1/\ /~ V Samples j of the latest, Spring stylos tan J\/'\/ l>o ' seea >" "'e Uaiilt Store at tho Tov»n Hall. Receiving paper directly, froia the Manufacturers, the subscriber is prepared to sell at the very lowest prices. . J/R. WELSH. April 12-;

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Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

Smoke SfacK for Sale fTlHE subscriticMus a heavy Iron Sino^o Stack J_ / 3:J feet foil j and it> inches in diameter, which hu will dispose of upon reasonable terms, Ptut Ot gee 8,ddress,<juiucy, Pa. l)eo:iU—if 40JIN- L. MBTCALF,

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Id=194 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

Ready-Made Clothing FOR FALL AND WINTER! FUESH SUPPLY* REOKIVED MONTHLY! 1 8. All VMS would respectfillvinforinJi

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Id=200 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

.* LARGE amortinent of TINWARE at ihe J\_ sin of Iho Big Red Horn. .lecStNGO p. Q. RdsssUm VIIifiA«K RECORD, PUBt)ipo«l>. 1 ««*KLT BYW;BXiAlR. *VERM8^- ^Up if paii) . Jh ad»ance, or within three mbhths—Sl^; ' 00 after ¦ the expiration df threa monlhi but wilhtn the year;-' •' ' ; ADVERTI8EMENTS.-^Tcn lines, three inser. tions $1; for every subsequent insertion, 35 cents, B^Patent rnedicino, and other city advehiacmepts-to-lie-paidH*emi-an.naall 3FT 4n-Bid»aneei — MBGfflSJSlCMniBEffl REDUCTION IN PRICES. At Brothtrtan'§^Hardwdrt and , Paint Store. 1 ' : I lake this method of inlorraing the piWic that 1 have just received from Philadelphia a large and carefully selected stock of , . ¦ _ ¦ 1 Iron, ¦ . ' . Steelj Oils. ,., ,, .-. .,• , - Glas«, . Paints, - "Stores, ' . , • ; Brushes, , ;— ' . "* . , . Cutlery, , . .

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Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

In enuriing three hatd squeezes UK bet ler ; ' ' .8 r ' . ' fi'"v «">ft w< rds. , *' CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS, &c Cranberries, Raisins, Figs, Prunes, Currants, Dates, Citron, Orange*, Lemons, Nuts of ail kinds, ami Candies of every variety. Kerosene Lamps, Lamp globes, and Brushes, Kerosene Oil. Catnphine, Alcohol, Burning Fluid, " and in fact anything and everything that is usually found ia a drug stow. i Thankful lor kind favrra and patronage heretofore beetow»<l Upon him, ho solicits a continuance of the some, and hopes ilwt hv endeavoring to please, he may win the confidence of the people. JujnicianV pre»cripiion» promptly ¦ - and earcfully compounded at all hours. - j. F. KURTZ. j)ov.?9, 1860

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Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

T ADIESand Misses' Huapcil «kirt« at _|_j Ocl4 ' . ISttout'i ri^her ' s Eating Saloon - ' ' : " - ¦ ' AND • '* -'¦ ' OONFEQTIONARYl ri^IIE subscriber respectfully, informs hit custom era and. the nubjic gehetally that ho bus re cently replenished his stock, of Fruit ami Canfcc Uouarios, aiid haa btivr ' the finest assorlnient uf '

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Id=202 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

TO THE PUBLIC! NEW ESTABLISH MENTi

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Id=199 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

C1ITR ON can be had at ; iiov 29 i Knurs' *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862

SELECT^ POETRY. •v THE WINTER D4IS. ~~ The glistening snow tics deep on every hill, The nnjiry wind comes roaring o'er the plain, With icy chains is bound each little rill, With iron Bway doth siern-browcJ Winter reign Like shivering giants stand the forest trees, Bereft of all their leafy covering, And, os they trcnii'le in the chilly brerze, Seem of their sorrows sadly murmuring—Than life hath winter days when all is drear, - When sorrow's snow ' the heart lies freezing round When hopes like leaves nro scattered far and near W hen ilouliU, and fears, and cankering cares a' hound. But Winter's snows with Winter pass away, Each tree again its leafy bloom displays, " JCew hopes spring fourth os older ones decay, And life seems brighter for its winter days. OStY OSE UFF. 'Tis not for man to lri.fi>*: life is brief, And sin is hero: Our age is but the falling of a leaf, .A dropping.tenr. We have ~ nu time to sport away the hours; All must be earnest in a world like ours. Not m...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862

SHnckiKo-^A wag rose "iroin his.bed on the 31st iif last* August* and explained* "This is the last rose of summer." If the petticoat eovernmenf is nnl mora oppressive now than ' formerly, it is cei« ( siriiy dquoie iri extent- <: ; -Prentice says that New Ynrk is a pretty large city, bul Ulsirleston is an all fired one. ;:¦'-- ¦ . ¦ \_^> " '• ' ¦ " •" ' ¦ Why is the, letter L lik. eTrypung , lady, giving away her sweetheart to aaoitier?—Because it makes over a lover. ' Sydney Smith said oi. fiidy Murrey's mother who had a most benevolent countenance, - that her smile was So r ' adient.it would force a gousberry bu ' «h into a flow* A man's nature runs either to herbs, or weeds; therefore let him sensibly watet the " one and' destroy the other. -° " ' • Happy— He is the happy, man, noi whom other men think, but who thinks himself to be so. What i». that, from which, when tho^ whole is taken, some \Vili still remain? — Ans.-—The word wholesome. \ ' _W_hpn_U a man lik...

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