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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 24 August 1871

jmswttous $radam MY LITTLE KATE. • BY^TEirOEOOK'. . ' ¦ ' She stood wjthe-door-way that July, morning, and as the sun ' shown on her bright golden J*he§ d, I seemed to see a crown there, and as the gentle breezes i caught'hex drapery and moved it li ghtly to and fro in wo/sunshine, I fancied I ^w win is on Katie's shoulders. 1 Kate Uvettin Maine. I had always lived there, too,;but now I was going to Califonnii-goin^ to seek my fortune, and I had come . to bid'Katie good-bye. Kate •worea ' littlebandofgoldon ' her finger; I placed it there Weeks before, when I gave myself to Katie and Katie gave herself, to ine. I bade her good-bye the previous night, and under th$ starlight kissed her little wet. cheeks over and over agairi. , ¦ . :' '- * , ' . '.' ' ' •' ¦ . The noes, that crept in and but of the latticework have long since faded and gone; the little vines that twined around thejtfiies aS!her love seemed to twine around me . are under the- enow, and the stars . w_ere too far ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 24 August 1871

Witt nwT MumtY of Boasters are cousins to liars. ? Never put off till to-morrow what, ynn did the week before last. The first uewspaper ever published was -in-1620r-^ : When you encounter seeming difficulties, enough to weigh down an elephant, that is the time to struggle the harder. 4 ^Divor ces are obtained in Mfeyfewl with- / out publicity. They take their wives out fi shing and lighten the boat. Evil company is like tobacco smoke—you cannot be long in its presence without carrying away a taint of it. ,1 > An enterprising farmer, in order to supply the .market with-fresh-eggs r brings-his ehns along, and lets them lay in the wag-^nalongJLhejvay. A western obituary closes by saying: "She had an amiable temper, and was very fond of ice creum and other delicacies. An old maid, with more bones than flesh, is writing letters through papers, advising young girls not to-marry. - Poor old gal !_Ehe don't know how4t is herself. Rrv. T. V. Moore, D. D., at one time Pastor of t...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 24 August 1871

' .:, How to Keep Well. jt£ yon are a wee bit of- a baby just begining ^ ,to,toddle but of doors, tell your dear mamma not to stuff you with candy and rich foocj, b. ut to let you . have plain yeg " «p|ble (iet,, varied with 'good sweet brewiW^Wieelrmilk, with a bit of tenderloitf s^pfc>nc6 "& a whilej rare done.— Tell K^^K^fii ybugb out in the yard, to play ifltH^^n-and dirt, or on the grass and in :the shadejust as you please ,and doa^-|et f3her send the nurse * out " to fret and fogther-you, and take-away your liberties.-' Tell her that two year old babies ought;to have a . little-liberty. Let father putirp the bars, and shut the gate, but ask hija.toyay the nurse to let you alone. Wherj^otf have played long enough, and have 'gotjtiffoStana .cross, "then take your cracker and go ' -Tight up stairs to the crib, andsleep two or three hours. If they will let you do this, you. will generally keep out ^ bf sick rooms; and if you get in, it will be'only for a little ...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 24 August 1871

Domestic Affection. ' [Forthe Tazewell County Republican.] We sometimes in. ourjourney through life, meet men who think any indulgence of affection is a weakness. They will return from a journey and greet their femilieswith a distant dignity that would freeze one; and will move among their.children, with the cool and lofty beariug of a king among his' subjects. From being the wife of wich an one, "Good Lord-deliver us." Why I'd as soon be tied to an iceberg during my natural life, as to such a soulless piece of mechanism-JThere is hardly a more unnatural sight on earth, than a family- whose head is without a heart. Once in . my life it way my lot to visit such an one. The mother was a delicate young creature, who had been taken from a home where she had. beeii< petted and,caressed, and transpkntedJntoJhfi-cald-soiLat-home j^where if there was any affection the husband ifaoughtTnpreakness to show it. A dear ttle babe had been given them, and, at the time of my visit, was j...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 24 August 1871

^Trom Chambers' Journal.] . ¦ ¦ .. ¦' :¦¦ ¦ ROSA MUNBI. - ••¦ '¦ ' ,• DJRose_oOIsyrtime, 111—1 — . • ¦ ' , Whose, lips-in play-time, - .'. ' ,,. .By night.or day-time. . ; 13k% loavoo aiviab,; , ^ _ ___^jJW ha£v4t^e coul drender^—il=-^ — ; ;r Though ne'ersotender, ¦ ' , . The summer splendor, . ' • ¦ .. ,. . ' • . . .« .!rhe scented pride 1- ..; . '. ;. • What flag that quivers ' • Byrunmng- rivers, . ¦ What star that shivers, - What bud ttiat blows, Than thine is wearer ". ¦ ' " b' f beauty^irarer, " ' ' ' " ' -•• More perfect, fairer, " . •' ¦ ' : "\' O mystic Rose? ¦ ' ' i ' , " : ¦ ^Whence came thy lightness}*, '¦ ; Thy warmth^ thy whiteness,, , r r _'' . ' .Thy ruddy brightness, Thy sheenful shower ? . , ¦? , What soft airs sped thee, • * " ,. ' What rich dews fed thee, .- r " O,fleshy flower? . . . ¦ • What suns, what thunder , - Give thee "thine wonder, ¦ „ ¦ What moist mould under, . What clouds above? "Under thy sweetne«s'• - Of its, completeness , •• "' • . '. —; Took ea...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 24 August 1871

Why A Dutchman -did no^have a Clock There is residing in one of the border cities. of the Commonwealth! of Kentucky a German barber, who is quite a charaeter in his way. The fellow does not appear to recognize any distinction whatever among the people with whom he comes in contact. If the Governor of the State were to step - in his shop to get shaved, the probabilaty is that he would open a familier conversation with him, and call him by his Christian name before the job were ended. -Not Ipng ago Col. James, T. LB., a prominent citizen of the place desiring Jo cur . tail the hairy portion of his visage, called upon the teuton aforesaid to engage his professional services. It seems that the Colonel was known to the lathering knight, and of course was the recipient of much confidential remark, during the operation which produced the usual feeling of annoyance. As he was about leaving the shop, the razor-strapper called to him: ',Hello, Yim told me vot time it is vore you goe...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 24 August 1871

Love-Making in Liberia; When once the young beau become infatuated, he makes known his passion to thefother of this "affinity,, 1 and expresses his desire to strive for her hand. A kind of contract is immediately 1 entered into, by which the young- man binds himself to the father as' a servant for a term of years, at the expiration of which time he can have his pleasure of learning whether the daughter will have * him or not. In this manner, if. the father bs the happy possessor of a beautiful daughter, he may have half a dozen men ready to do his bidding at one time. < ¦ . When the term of servitude expires, one of the larger youths is selected, and all the old women of the place, armerl with sticks and pieces of seal-thong, are stationed in the.prologs suspended around the room. The daughter- then appears, thickly clad in skin garments, followed by her lover, .when a race ensues around the enclosure, the contestants dodging along the. prologs. To win his. bride he must ...

Publication Title: Waynesboro Village Record
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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 24 August 1871

Pearls. Teach self denial, and make its practice pleasurable, and you create for the world a destiny more sublime than ever issued from thejjrain of the wildest-dreamer. If is easy to exclude the noontide light by closing the eyes; and it is easy to resist the clearest truth by hardening the heart against it. In all differences consider that both you and your opponent are drooping off, and that ere long your very memories will be extinguished. ~ There are moments when pretty sights are harder to bear than even a serious injury.—Men-ha-ve-died-of-the-festeringa gnat bite. ' - Men's hearts ought not to be set against one another, but sit with one another, and all against the evil thing onjy. A man behind the times is apt to speak ill of them, on the principle that nothing Jooks-welL-from-behind, Public reformers had need first practice on'theif owtt~heartsthat^which"they" purpose to try on others. Steadfastness is a noble quality; but unguided by knowledge or humility, it becomes ra...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 24 August 1871

Good Advices Spurgeon senteutiously expresses a number of thoughts "worth remembering" in the following appropiate sentences, which he publishes "advice gratis:" . ¦ 'Nobody is like an honest' man' than a more' rogueV ' , • When you see a man with a great deal of religion displayed in his shop-window, you may depend upon it he keeps a very small stock of it within. Do not choose your friend b y his looks; handsome shoes often pinch the feet. Do not be fond of compliments; remember "Thank you, pussy, and thank you pussy," kill tire cat, Don't believe the man who talks the most; for mewing cats are very seldom good ,mousers. By up means put yourself in another person's* power. ' If you put your thumb between two grinders they,-are Yery apt to bite. Drink nothing without seeing it, sign nothing without reading it, ' and make sure that it means. nothing more than it says. . , ' , "' Put no dependence on the lable of a bag and count money after your own kind. ' • . In any busin...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 24 August 1871

us way back, evening after evening, and had bitter a^e^tEniskey, and water and gin; for you must4fi»reaseJiifiJ<5sNAyou proceed. And now he has a younJSvfe, in whose eyes the^ne is no more of the oil light; and he had four little children, whokgo to no ^ sehool, for they have nothing to Vjar , ^ rnd hardly enough to eat; and he \jas ilotches on that frank and honest faceJ-r-There is an' unhealty redness about his •eyes; his lips are flabby, swolen, and of a sickly, whitish color ; his hands are very /unsteady: he has been twice dismissed, and taken back at the request of a minister who knew the broken-hearted wife in her better days, and who attended his -nrofner's funeral, for her son was drunk at it. And if cholera or fever came to his cheerless room, his wife would likely be a widow and his children without a father, and, worst of all, it would be no great losr to them. He did not mean to have these when he said "bitter ale." But all these have come; ibrfire will burn,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 24 August 1871

OVB DEAD. " Uothing is our own ; we hold our pleasures Just a little while ere they are fled; One by one life robs us of the treasures—r Kothing is our own' except our dead. They are ours, and hold in faithful keeping Safe forever all they took awayi" Cruel life can never stir that sleeping; Cruel time can.ne.ver seize that prey. How the children leave usl and no traces * Linger of *hatemibng angel band;. . , ! Gone, forever gone, and in their places Weary men and anxious women stand Yet we have some little ' ones still ours ; They have kept the baby smile we know, Which we kissed one day, and hid with flowers On. their dead, white faces longago. Is love ours,,anddo we dream -we know it; Bound with all our heart-strings as our own And cold and eruei dawn may show it, Shattered, desecrcated, overthrown. Only the dead hearts forsake us never; L6v6 that to death's loyal care has fled Is thns consecrated ours forever, And no change can rob uaof our dead. ¦ • —All the Year Rounds.

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 24 August 1871

Liquid Gouv—One of the prettiest sights the human eye ever rested upon is pure gold in its liquid state. We saw in the Branch mint, recently, ajar containing several galons of liquid partially precipitated. * The liquid is the color of pure sherry wine,, andgreatly magnifies that , which is precipitated in the solid state. Looking through the • side of the jar at the gold which has settled on the bottom, it presented a splendor" and magnificence such as we never witnessed even in the most brilliant' sunset—an appearance not unlike that Which one would imagine the vault of heaven would ' present if inverted and lined with solid gold.and lighted by a summer ' sun. The nssayer had his eye. peeled while we " were examin ing the jar.—Carson Register. , .-Why ore clouds like coachman ? Be cause they hold the rajns; . v - , - ¦ '

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 24 August 1871

One beautiful trait of our humanity is the tenderness with which we cherish the memory of the departed. Let Death take from ,the household a troublesome and ungovernable child ^ and all that is remembered is his sweet and gentle words, Ids rare qualities, his loving ways . 'his beauty, and his manliness. The-child stands before his parents' eyes,, not as he-was" ,^ but as he might have been had all God put in him been perfected by loVff ' and"gracc— ^ He is now always- 'dear child'' in' their thoughts,and not selfish or unlovely. The children longfor their dead companions, with real and tender grief;. they would be pleased were he back again " ; they are surprised to find'how much they loved hinh friends long to have the opportunity, now lost, to show^ their love. Why did I not prize him more? why did I not serve -him better? is the universal feeling.

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 24 August 1871

vOLtiME &£? ?iS5 3. B. AMBERSON, M. D., PHYSlCIAtiAND-SimGEW, ; "' ' WAYSKOTOBfSfjfyA. " ' ; " ' v —Office at the W^sesBep'^'Coniei'jrfrng Stor ' e." . "•' ¦ -• - ¦'' • --, ¦ 'Hane 29—tf.

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 24 August 1871

What will you HavS 7 'ir. The group stood beside the marble slab that formed the bar of a saloon; , The lights flashed from the the costly chandelier, and showed well the gilded room built by the earnings of working men. "Wha will you have ? what will youjhave ?" cried the bar-tender.- A young man looked around and said. "Bitter ale?' There was nothing to _do but press a -Ieaverrandthe"ta5klrcl, with his foamy crown, wa3 at his lips,andtMglasseajgere Tilled aud refilled. When he went, home to his mother's there was no marble table, no flashing lighVand he was short_ ofjtem-

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 24 August 1871

HaB resomed.tfcenractice ofMedidne OPFICB-In ttie Walker Bua&ng^-jnear the Bowdeij-House. . . Night-caUs should be made at his residence 09. Mate Street, adioining the Western School Htiuse; ;;; ;. juiv2o-tf . ¦ v ; ¦ ¦ '¦ • '. ¦<- -•' ¦•¦¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 24 August 1871

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