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Id=208 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862

TO THE PUBLIC NEW ESTABLISHMENT! rrULB autiscribef would inform the citizens of I Waynesboro' and the public that he has comin«hced tho Shoeinaking business in the Basement ot KurtS's Hotel, where he will at all times be in readiness to occorpuio.late those who m*y gire him a call. * . BOOTS AND SHOES! made to order, on short notice, of the best material, and upon the most reasonable terms. Ocl2S. THOS. BHINGMAN.

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Id=206 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862

VlsLliAQfi ^WEf} ' BY Wi~B£.AtR. 'y,,i'i ' ;.ri-: l-A- ¦:,. ,"¦!.., ¦ > i*+Mf :: '.!-..• -A ,\ U J .#I( TBtaMS^fliaiO! if p*& li» *dvanc«i*r Within tfcree mbnlJifr-^WH) af ter 1 Ihe e*pirati»ri «f thrM months but twitBln ihe^efth : ~r -.- ¦ ' ¦ /¦[ , .<:• 7.-.a . AbVERTISEMBNT8^-T«nillne»itht«* lnw». tions $f; fdr every ' iubfequent iiisertioQ, SB cejiu, t^^JM M^m^Smm, aprl i4 xn1tcreity«ufl ver«(i*. „

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Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862

Hi OH ARRIVAL OF ins, in fiiii Coufcctioucrv. Fruitii. &e. T &r... s,r

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Id=209 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862

W A L, LPArP^ ^. * "I A A " Samples of .the latest Spring styles «su* J.V7 V/ 'Ie seen in the Book Sloro ul the Town Hall, ltereiving napcr directly Iroin l. ho Manuliic« turers, tlio subscriber is prepareJ lo sell at tile very lowest prices. ' ' J. R. WELSH. ' April 12. ' ¦-

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Id=216 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862

BACK AGAIN GB. PRICE in farms his customers anil tba *^ *" • P ub&fegsggail' y^ Uiat he lius removed hw Itarocr Jh^u^V^he * 41us«ai«;nt ol-airH^^rrliV tfotetjp formerly occupied !>y him us a Barber Shop, whero be will Shave, Cut; and Dress Hair ' as heretofore. UiW him a call. - . Nov. ai—if.

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Id=196 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862

nl/Rfi and unadulterated spjeed cider Viaegv Xf for Mle by Stoner. - siffn of. |hs Qoldfn Morte; P»ie« only» cents |i«j quart. * Jan 36. At'1 /^^^W-i^rq' ' jdMmklhfluUmPWm :,-..'.•,. ; , _ •- *•!,,;; :, i,.y-i: ; . , • , .-' .:.A -.,}j . 1,,' ' ' *•¦• ' ^tJSr ^^^Tm M^^- BEISER'8 PATENT SELF-BEGULATINO ¦' GflAW SEPARATOR, CLEANER ? '" . ' • " ., ' ' ' :.. 1: . r ,ANp'BAGGER " ' , . , AMD TUB Latest irttptojjtd ' Xkreihei afi.dVripletSear ed Horse PoU'tr, driving either b y Giar or Belli all furnished complete, ' ' ; ' ' ready to be put oh tfygoni,' V ' „ ! .», t?»a . H"* nitgnear«Jesu ?:to flail thjatteiitiaii o Farmers aad Thresbermen of Frankling and adjoin irtg counties to'it. This Maclune has been befow the public tbt seven yc^rs, during' which 'tihitf il bas given, gmgrai satisfaction,' and the patentee having made '801116; very; important improvements which render it still more complete, both, lor dead separating.-and.' , cleaning, and also fur ease of draught srid fas!...

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Id=203 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862

Smoke Stack for Sale I IHE subscriber his a heavy Iron Smoke Stick 33 feet long and IB irjebe* in diameter, which nu will dispose of upon reasonable, term*. Post Office addrees, <4atncy, Pa. DecSO—if . JOHN I.. METCALF.

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Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862

/"1ITBON can bo had at : V^ nov 39 . Ko rt»'« ~ \ LAHWBawortmeut uf Ti.»W.\RB ITihe J\ sign of the Big Red Horn. dec29 *6V , D. B. RihmeU.

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Id=226 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862

O FARMEJIS STEEL ShoveU, Spades, Hoes, Forks, Rakos; Manure Drags, &c, &c, at prices tlwt will defy competition. CuJJ and sue for yourselves, at a P rl K Biiothkiiton'b

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Id=199 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862

Ready-Made Clothing FOK FALL AND WINTER! FRESH SUPPLYS RECEIVED MONTHLY

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

well known tff be his ^ hief opponents.— During one oi lier interviews witb—Montgomery Blair, Poslmasler Ge ' neral, Francis P., the father, was present. Jessie's tongue had been running at th& younger Blait wilh that looseness' and boldness which rightfully belongs to the daughter of old Thomas Benton, and the wife ' of a man who pome very near bring President; and the old man pfter a time could not stand it./any longfcr. ••Madame," he said, drawing his figure tn his full height, and intending to wither the audacious little woman by a flash of his hard, cold eye—"Madame allow me to say to you thai, in my judgement, your proper p lace is at the head of your hus >and's household in St. Louis, anil this intermeddling with affairs ol state, to say the least of it, is in very bad taste on your part?" Then, to make the blow a-final and crushing one, and show that Washing ton was the spot where the destines of Generals as well, as Statesmen were to be finally decided, h...

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

Lodgings for Boots A short time ago one of our citizens who loves his joke as wel| as folks generally do, had occasion to visit one of the small towns in the ~~ -ftnerio "r of rlie~Srate7"and knowing he would have considerable walking over muddy roads, he took with bin>a pair ol large rubber boots. He arrived a ' t his destination about nine o'clock in the evening, and upon inquiry he found ttiat the only tavern in the place was half a mile from the station .- No conveyance was to be had and the road was muddy in the extreme. Congratulating himself on having his long boots, he set ofl'and found the mud in some places so deep that, his boots were barely long enough. He reached the hotel at last, looking rather soiled about the feet. After supper he inquired I he charge of Iodgiirg3. "We usually charge," said the landlord, wh> o also had some fun in his composition, ••twenty-five cente; but if a man goes to bed with such boots as them on, (pointing to the custome...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

Toasts and Sentiments. May-the polar 'star of hope guide us through the sea of misfortune. ^1ay the jewel of sincerity enlighten every breast. ¦ . - May the b'ossom of hope never be b'ighted. - May the tongueR of our friends be the index of their hearts. May the spark of love but brighten into the flame. May Hymen never join those hands whose hearts are divided; " . May virtue increase her exports'and imports, and may vice become a bankrupt. May wisdom be the umpire, when pleasure gives the prize. May we be ignorant of the arts of dissimulation. May out vices never rise up against us in their native deformity. May ve never endure the pangs of guill or Ihe vexation of calamnity. May disappointment never reach us when we stand in need of support. May our minds have no burthen, and futurity no terrors. May no worse day we have to see, be equalled by the best we have ever seen. May th"e bud^of affection be ripened by the sun-shine ol sincerity. May we never have a fox too cunning no...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

The Sabbatq The Sabbath cornea. How perfect and how grateful i^ its silence ! Dumb is labor ami hushed all tumult and care. Even the great marts of trade are. deseriid, and cities rest. The very birds sing a new song —and a certain delicious soothing gre'ets you at your waking and murmurs to you gratefully: "This is the day the.Lord.has made." Dull and dead must he be beyond the dullness and dead ness of the mere sluggard, who does not feel some awakening of the better man within him at the hallowed advent of the Sabbath morning. .To consecrate and complete the home, there must be religion in itf and. as . the world and life are. Sunday must be looked to mainly lor the giving of that consecration andcompleteness, In itself t4ie home is a sacred place. Its founder is (Bod. Its gifts, its possibilities are his. The things sacred to the soul and life are of it. Jl is the place of birth, ol growth, of death—and these three .great mysteries, these processes in our being, sanctify...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

Lincoln's Last Joke. The Philadelp hia Bulletin learns frtfm excellent authority that during the'recenl vistit of the Finance Committee of the Philadelphia Board of Trade, to Washing ton,an informal visit was paid to Presidem Lincoln, by whom the committee was received with all his welt known affability and cordiality. Encouraged by the President's open manner( one of the members of the committee made bold to attack him directly upon the topic nearest his own heart, when the following dialogue ensued:— - - . "Mr. President, { wish you would tell me where the. Burnside expedition has fone." ¦••Why, don't you know where they have gone! I thought everybody knew that." "Well, sir, it may ap'pear very ignorant in me,but I must confess 1 don't know, and that I would like to know exceedingly." . "You really surprise me, sir. The papers have been full of it; everybody has been talking of it, and I did not suppose there was anybody wh'f\.<Iid not know all about itr Of course I ivi...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

S^ELECT MI SCELL Y. Wo Poverty There! Millions o( good men have lelt the eanh poor. Lazarus,- ilia morneiil he died, was a beggar at the gale, bat in a moment after his death, his-estate had grown so lasi thnl the haughty vtoHdling, still surviving in all his affluence, in comparison vvith him was a penniless pauper. Oh, pom believer; rejoice in prospect of your grand inheritance ! It rs incorruptible undefiled and fddeth not away. It is really immense, inestimable, unspeakable. Has it . not been your endeavor to "lay up for your selves treasures in heaven?" Whv not of tener think of results there? Fear not. --There " Is good news from thai farcouniry. Unsuccessful as you may have seemed on earth, your heavenly schemes have ali prospered. The treasury of. Qod over-: flows with your wealth. And it is safe—perfectly safe. Neither moth nor rust corrupl8"itrnTrr^an^thie" v " es~brpalr^ihToligfrtn steal it. Moreover, it shall increase—forever increase. A3 long as yon live on earth yo...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

"Look Forward not Back." It seems to me (says a writer) that all times are alike adapted fir happiness, and if we grow old as one should growold, the last days of life m'ust bejtke happiest of all. Every stage of life is but the- preparation for the nexl one. It is the treasure house in wl.ich are collected all tlie" pleasures that are to maKe the future limo liappy.— The chilil has indeed but lew troubles, but they are to him as larger onrs prove to his parents. 1 asked a friend once, speak ing of the happy clouiiless clays ol his childhood. :f Tie would like to be always a child. He stopped for a moment,and then said "No." 1 think lie was right. There is progress in everything—in our means of happiness, and in our capacity for erjoy ment. • Then let-ns look back upon the time-wrinkled face of the past only with leelirgs ol regret. Give me the present, g lowing and lull of life, and the future glorious with its bright visions. I would rather look forward than back; rather sper....

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

"I dont miss my.church as much as you may suppose," said a lady to her minister, who called on her during her ifln'e'srf;' "for I make Betty sit at the window as soon as the bells begin to chime, and she tells.me who are going to church, and whether they have on ariything n£*." o ' ' • ' . ¦- . The oldest fire-ar/ns are iher'ar * ms>nfan ardent young lady. ; We may, add, in a whisper,,that ihey are frequently the most dangerous. ' '' . ' * . The editor of the Mil wauk* Senlinet does not boast of the size of Wisconsin babies, but says "they are an uncommon surd crop/ 1 . Why is lighting the gas for a lady lite hel p ing her from a carriage?—Because we assist her to a: light. • ¦ - . , --i . • A shopkeeperirt' 1 recommending'a piece of goods to ajladv', remarked: • ¦ •_ "Madam, it wilt wear forever, and make a. first rate petticoat afterwards. . \ - 'The only, dodgers ia. the- 0. g. army—Corn doiiger3. v . ,, ¦ ; - A fly in d- roan* a ' batter is Uecfaedly tlie least pleasa...

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

Are the Planets Inhabited? Are the' planets inhabited? The telescope cannot show the inhabitants of the moon to the people of London for the same reason that it cannot show them the inhabitants of Edinburg; their eyes are not made to see .so far. Mars, the planet nearest the earth, is 50,000,000 of miles away from it, and the telescope can bring it near, and p lace it within a distance of 90,000 miles. Herr Madler, of Berlin, lias seep the mojKfttiins , continents and polar snows nf iHrfcs with the periodical play of light andshade^ttpon them. The sun is a vast and fierce furnace. The vallevs of the moon are colder than our polar regions ; the comets are floating masses of vapor; and the planetoid or asteroid are so small that our telescopes tail to show us any thing certain ' about them.- The sun, moon, comets and asteroids, we may conclude, theii, are not inhabited by living organ isms. " But the plarteis with alternations of day and night, of heat and cold, their atmosphere, ...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

A Friendly Voice from the 'Green Isl**.' The Dublin Irishman comments on the settlement of the Tre.nt affair, as ' lotions: A man whose sworil arm id disabled, and resting in a sling,would be ac«ounie<l guilty of suicide were he to accept a challenge from an antagonist, for whom even with the-firlfnise-fif-frll-h is—members—lie—would scarcely be a match. England foiled America precisely in this condition, and, with a cowardice for which it would be difficult to produce a parallel, challenged her to cotnbal, which, (or the credit of humanity, we are rejoiced that she had the courage to decline. Before that arm had got disabled—aye, within the last four years —England, at the demand 61 America, relinquished her possession of one of the main routes of the world s commerce; and~j$e m.ay now congratulate the '-mistress of the seas" in having obtained in. exchange a couple ol gentleman, who according t o the London Times ape of na'more account than a couple ol negroes. * " We s...

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