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Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
O7£S! O YES! 9 YES! fTiHE under»igned_pffors his service to ali persons I . who want s cryerv: ICeady ul all times to cry Public Saks. VenJucH, Auctions, &c, al the most moderate terms. All orders left at the Office of the Village Record, will be promptly attended to. Janl7 ' , GJSO. V. MONO 2 00 CAT8UP BOTTLES . For sale »t the Store of VV. H. B«oth«bton' ¦ jjep5- ¦ '" .. . " .
Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
NEW .ESTABLISHMENT? THE subscriber would inform the citizens of Waynesboro' and the public that he has commenced the Shoemaking business in the Basement of Kurtz's Hotel, where he will at all times be. in readiness to accommodate those who may give him, a call. BOOTS AND SHOES? made, to order, on short notice, of the best material, anil upun the most reasonable terms. Oct 25. THOS. BRINGMAN-.
Id=195 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
iri t.iia « e R^roftn. - ¦ • ;£i~w;y|L#UBr • ¦ i: . TEBM8*- $1.60 if MA.H advance*aimim) three • montbJ—$®00 Atiet the expiration of threa months but withirittmifiar. ' - r ADVEBTISEMENTa^-Ten linesihred ihi/er. tions $Ij for ever; gobgeijuent ip«^rtionf ?5 cents, . lyfatent medicine,: siJdt other city adverflaer mehts to be Said nemi-arinually, in advance. ¦ .
Id=199 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
W A L Lr—P AP^E R "I r\ r\ Samples of the latest Spring stylos can, J.UU UO 8een in tho B . ooli Storo at the Town Hall. Receiving paper directly from the Manufacturers, the subscriber ' is prepared to sell at tho veryr lowest prices! ' J.R.WELSH. April 12.
Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
BACK AGAIN GP. PRICE informs his customers and the a public generally that be has removed nisi barber Shop to the Basement of Mr. Kurtz's Hotel * formerly occupied by him as a Barber Shop, where he-wUi-Shavi), Cut, and Dress Hair a» uartitoforeJ Give him a call. Nov. 22— tf.\
Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
NYBODY wanting anything ih . the "drug /\llne" can be supplied . '. - Kuan's. Fisher's Bating Saloon '' ¦!¦ ' AND - : : : OaNFEOTIONARYI TfiHE snhicriber respectfully informs his custom-1 e«a arid the pnfalic generally that he hijs recently replenished his stock of Fruit ahtliCpnfeclionarics, and has lioiy tho fjriest assortment of . " ; gj " A NDIE8! .^ * , — ever brought to -WaywcHuuro » With NUTS, J8AI&INS, PRUNES, FIG8, SWEET CAKES OF EVERY pESCRIPTION, Cl-GARS.TOBACicO, etc., etc. OYSTERS! He has also on hand at all times the finest Oysters the market will afford, which will bo served up to customers Fried. Koanted or Slewed. ALB AND CIDER! he is likewise jircpared .to furnish both Waeha-Dough . s ' and-feutlwig's AI,E, and a superior article bf Scotch Ale anu Crab Apple Cider, " with a prime article of Bologna Sausage, Boiled Eggs ^ and all other articles usually kept in first class Restaurants A genuine article of Vinegar always for sale. NnvS s L.S. FISHER. ...
Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
C^ITRpNJcan at j oynffl " / . Kdbts'» r . . ' - , . " ¦ ~^~' ~~' . ¦ f ^Dealer in all the variety of Drugs, Medicines, Yatikte Notions, Perfumery, Liquors for medicinal purposes. Oils, " • — ^-fcTirc., . / T1TC)ULD tender his thanks to fhe community, j/Y and still solicit the palranago of a generous public who wont anything in his line. Inasmuch as he hasenlarged his stock so as to be enabled to ^n swer all calls for anything and everything usually found in a Drug Store, and has a thorough acquaintance with the business, he hopet to gain the confidence ' of the Community. He will pay particular attention to filling physicians' Preemptions, and more care and precaution used id waiting upr on chldren than adults. IB] ffl DOMESTIC K Choice Wines and Liquors -for—me(lic1pn = ui3~ sacramental purposes, Patent Medicines are pidle^s. in variety, including all that have been mode- ppi tq this date anil sonie (hat are yet in embryo. Afsoi White Lead, Zinc, Paint, Whiting and Varnis...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862
¦ ' ! • . - ¦ • . - . -;^;. '< A Who-isJiber longest jived tt«|iT i- T h ^ shoemaker—-he isever lasting. . v % V^ : Who is Ihe largest mant The lovefA&e is a fellow of iremeiidous iighs. .fc^ ¦ . . *' / • Who are the : Best natured men? The Burgeons—they are never out oft>atieiits< VVIiy is a gririd cook like a woman ol fashion? Because .she dresses well. ' : The latest edition of "Burns' Justice. 11 The conflagration in Charleston. _ ¦ • . ¦ .. - . '•• . /-'*¦ The worst of all kinds ol eye water is a coquette's tears. ' ' ' ' s ' ' < ¦ '->- We are never satisfied lhat,a lady tinder . , stands, a kiss unless we have il from her own mouth. * ' " " ' .' iiL> , Tetrs at a wcdiling are only the commencement of fhe pickle thai the young folks are gelt ; Dg into. ' , , Why is a selfish friend, like the letter P? Because, though the first in pity, he is ihe last Sri help. J ' ' Why is a division in Congress snarcely belter than a street n...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862
the Traitors Doom, f A speech delivered at the Exhibiiior ol the B. it. Society-, of t K^ Waynesboro' Classical and Commercial Institute, Monday evening, Feb. 24, 1802, by IIarr? HoNEDRAKE.] , . Benedict Arnold stood in lY$ ptesence of Tallyrand, the great French Diplomatist, a few years after the pe. ace ol Paris, disconsolate, neglected, and unknown.— He had led England, not finding that sympathy which he thought his traitorous deeds merited, but rather despised because his defection availed nothing to the Royal cause, and cost the blood of the gallant Major An<!&. • Having arrive.! at Paris he thought that possibly the Prime Minister would be interested in his uellare, and being introduced ib Tallyrand, the laltei with contempt-and scorn,, mantling hit every feature, lurn'nl violently upon him and fxclaimed: "The man who deserts his country and betrays liberty is noi a fit companion for theivet-!—out of my presence traitor!—this hour is ll.e saddesi of my life!...
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862
It-fa upon Us A great struggle, the most momentous the spirit;of progress ever encountered,the world ever experinced, of human he 'arls and hands ever, enlisted in, is now (ulTy inaugurated' and b> it is to be determined our future character and position as a government and a nation. The hour for peaceful adjustment has ran out to the last sand; the halt lor mutual compromise i» over, the uplifted hoof of war at last has fallen,and the reluctant ehou ' .derofa strong and mighty people brought alternately to the level musket's butt. The convulsive throes of internal dissolution "have shaken from end to end the mightiest Republic ever reared by human skill, and in its own bosom have ruthliss hands rent a yawning grave, and buried without a prayer of requiem i t s beloved colors. America seethes at last in the terrible crucible ovei which she has no long been trembling, and from which she is to emerge, purified and brightened to fill a fairer iuture, or as a blackened, d...