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Id=196 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862

BACK AGAIN O. _J?i PRtCE_i|ifurma^hU-customers andf th« \jr» public generally trrst he has removed his liurbct Shop tu the Basement of Mr. Kuril's Hotel; formerly occupied by him as a Barber Shop, where ho will Shave, Cut, and Dreas Hair as heretofore; (Jive him a call. ' Nov. 28— tf.

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Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862

6000 Rails for Sale. fT^HE subscriber has now- on hind 6 000 good X CHESTNUT RAILS which h» will dispose at on reasonable ' terms.. Also—one good RttAQ WAGON. , L. 8. FORNEY, Jan3-tf . • , [ r

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Id=183 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862

NEW FIRM! C o a chmaking!

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Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862

.UU! \.IHIDM fflf tWODr. i\Etf GOODS! FIRST ARRIVAIk

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Id=180 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862

T AtlOB IRON KETTI.E8 at f ivM'tfi / ItcsMM/i FUL Ai\D WINTER CUODS, |^AradjW(«nwi<ia fma tW;Ea».iirneftiei ±X with anothm Lot of haw and eleiintilylW DRESS GOODS, UMurpaseed for Beauty, 8iyi» and Quality tni at ' * . , PANIC PRiCES. FOR THE LADIES, Wool Delaines . . - . - Bombizine, ' French Merinos, Printed Coburg,- - Cashmeres, , Miihair Alopaaa, > Lavella Ctotb, Debeges. . ' • Perainn lWlanes,. Swigs Gingham, Ladies W011I Elastic Skirts, Extenlion^Skirfa, Apron Tassels, and a full assortment of Dress Trintmines, &c. - ~ GENTLEMEN'S WEAR French Cloth, Cassimers, . ' _ V eatings, ¦ Satinet, Tweed* _ Jeans, Cords, Velveteens, N ' Collaw, < Uloves, Shirt Fionti ALSO—A heavy lot of not necoKsary to mention. QUEENSWARE, KARDWARE # BOOTS XND SHOES. CEDAR WARE. Of the vrry best in irvirket nml quality: such as Syrupn, New Orleans and i'orto ltieo Molawit-s, n No. 1 Brown ' Sugar, eoll ' ue crushed and granulated dn ; best arlic V of Uiu ColFce,...

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Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862

&¦ . Sc J. BENDER - on their HAVE now open ' for inspec- tiori at their store on the

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Id=181 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

THE MUDDY PENNY When I was a boy, .-a,citcunistaA9)J, happened' which Lnever shall forgot. " ... As I wasjPaying in tW, sljre%tffr-6f the larger' city "where f lived,' Ifeaw-a^littlcrbotj younger khan myself i who^seeWfld toi b« in great distress. His wore, much swollen by crying, pnd his , lj)ud aoba " first attracted my " attention. ' . ."' ' ' '.' ¦ x ' , ' . ''Whatfs the matter?" I inquired-^ ¦¦' ¦ ' ' "Why-^whyj I've lost'. •&& -penny, - and mother will whip me," he replied-, out burst anew into tears. ; • . , ," :• * . "Where did you lose ft?'-! . -':¦ " ; . '•It'dropi|ed out . bfniy^ Hand, -jihd rolled right there into thBjntottt/L^L^-iijL^-^jH—| ..". Poor little fellow!" I, thought, as.I-really synipathisod with him, and offered to.help him to find the lost treasure-. 7i The, boy brushed away the tears, with; his arm,'and his countenance brightened with hope, as he saw me roll up my coat sleeve, and thrust'my hand into the gutter.-• How intently, did ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

POBTIOAri. uimmi mm My country! 'its of thee, *«r^- Sweet land of liberty, ^V Of thee J sings ^ ¦ — J*" .- l.aml where my fathers died, ^ ¦> ¦ -I.nnil of the pilgrims prid<\ From every mounluin side Let freedom ring. My-nalive-comitryT-lhce;—r Land of the noble free, Thy name-I-low; — . I love thy rocks and rills. Thy wuoJs an4 templed hills: My heart with rapture thrills . .Mkc that above. Let music swell the breeze, And ring from all the trcrs, ' ' Sweet freedom's song; ¦ " Let mortal tongues awake, Lt't njl that breathe partake; Let rocks their »ileiu'e break, . The sound prolong. Our fathers' G»d to thec, Atithor ol liberty! To thec we sing; ' . , Long nyiy our land he bright With freedom's holy liuhl; . ¦ ' Protect us by thy might, Great Got), our King! ' A NATMArifiSG. ^ 1)Y IIORACE B. DtlRANT • *\. <*h lund oS tho Free, o'er the timing sea, The ha.rk of the pilgrim came. And Plymouth's strand, by n fearless band, Was lit with a sacred flame! ¦ ¦<...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

BROWNLOW'S SPEECH. The Cincinnati Gazette gives a lengthy account of the reception of Parson Brownlow in that city, on Friday last, together with his speech. The speech was delivered at the Merchants' Exchange, during the afternoon, in response to-an. . . invitation ofa-selact committee of the Chamber of Commerce : Mr. Brownlow was introduced to the members by the president of the Chamber, and then addressed them as follows: - I am sorry, gentlemen and fellow citizens, that I am not in a condition to raukc you even a short speech. I have been accustomed for, thirty-five years to make public speeches, and have only failed in the art during the past three years, while suffering from a bronchial affection of the throat. I am getting better, however, and although for/tw^ycars past I could hardly speak above a whisper, I can now make'myself .heard at tlic distance af-a~few feet, particularly when I am talking about Disunion—for I never get on that subject that God, in his provide...

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

IBCXTM E^mOXtfiN P,. The . wa^ to;bfe^E; tB,e tecfc pt Why:Wbels Hott ft ti> W^3hi ^ki jj£ 1( jbseaai"M, ..thje Rebels. " :: .... , V. The (jbel compare;'the; Monitor, to an enormous chec3o-box. on arplank.; :W€!;dfln't - think-they will care to nibble much around it. , ; ^ . - ¦ ¦ •! Why isanewsp - aper like a fobih-fer^sh? Because, every tnah should have one of hia owh, and not be .borrowing his neighbor*. •? — WJmUB4liat-wJ»ichr3rWish^6rfiafd"6 obtain, yefrngver know wheu wo iave got it? S }i?- ¦: ¦ '{ ¦ ¦'¦ :. ' ¦ „ . ¦ •!' ¦ ¦•:• ' '- • :- ^ The Rebels have mnde a'great-many infernal machines thai won't explode. ^ Their rebellion is an infernal machine that will. A man recently lianged into a neighboring state, eohfessed upon the gdllbws that hb first commencement in cirihie arid-villiany, was stopping k.fn,^ileithontpaying for.it! The "PeMtmmon cbnrtty ^debating club out in Indiana,: are debating the'question; —"Which is tho proudest, a girl with her first beau ...

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

Gek. BueU and Mrs. Pblfe : A Nashville corresg. oiidint of the Cipcinnati Gazelle Bays the following ib told.by an eye-witaess to the scene. iM r. ' "•, ' . . One day last week General Buell and "all the Brigadiers of the department,,who"were prescpti, w§nfc in a body to call. upoB Sirs, James K. Kblk and her niece, daughter of the ExJRev. Geperal Leonidas. , Mrs. !Polk seemed .determined that r ao doubt should be entertained as to her. sentiments in regard to pur unhappy difficulties.' The gentlemen present, as < they were severally,, addressed^ 8injply bowed in silence, until Gen. Mitchell, who was standing" somewhat away from the party, was singled 1 out. • To him, Mrs.' l?.'re marked v ^'Generalrrirusfjhil waTwlll speedily terminate by the acknowledgement of-the Southern independence." . The remark i wag the signal of a lull ip the conversation, and all eyes were turned upon the General 'to hear his reply. * '- -v ^ " •. He stood with his lips firmly compressed an...

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

axis atojesaia. - Have no faith in that species.=of goodness which is unwilling to pay its debts—"fine fellow," " good fellow," "whole-soulded fellow," and that sort of thing—it is, all nonsense, and worse-jhanjionsense, . leading to a belief that honesty, and honor may be dispensed with, and that affection and esteem may be secured" without them. Is he a "good fellow," for instance, who frolicks and enjoys himself upon money which really belongs to other people? And is that a "whole soul" which, while the washer-woman pines and suffers for want of that which is due her, the individual with, tbuo "whole soul," goes flaunting about in gay attire " from carousal, and from one place of enjoyment to another? Have no" faith in it; and neither suffer yourself to think well of those who have fine houses,fine furniture, ana parties, and are slow to pay for them, and slow likewise in paying for other things. Depend' upon it that this ope-njieartedness, as people call it, and would have y...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

He Go$ Agping arid couldn't Stop. This is the way a great many boys get into I" KIT fill »¥'^ " I'in.'T LIT"1 ll ^]'-llll^j Mill!—r-flTT^r DVU|/i The boy that tells lies begat* first to ¦ stretch the truth a little—to tell a large story to relate an anecdote with a little variation, fill he came out a full grown liar. ^ Those two boys that you saw fightjng, began by bantering each other in fun. At length they began to get angry and call each other nanifejtill they got agoing and couldn't stop. They will separate with black eyes and bloody noses. ' ' .. Did you hear about the joung man stealing from his master's drawer? He came from the country,-a promising boyi- But the rest of the clerks went to the theatre, and he thought he must go. too. He began thinking he would only go once. But he got agoing and couldn't stop. He has used up his via, -. ges, and wants more money. He cannot resist the temptation when he knows there is money in the- drawer. He bas got agoing—he will stop ...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

We hope the United States troopa-'-jril] closely scrutinize every nigger .apparent passing through tlieir lines} to sec-"lie''isn't Floy:djrJ?uUowJu-disguise/ii—~* z <¦* -.--'-r,ri-A Married maa in Winstead, pi., ' in mplv; ' to ' .a note from art unknown lady, met the writer of said noteufc a place named ^in the document, last Sunday evening. He*iqund the- lady to be; none otherthan his wife, who had pt^t him on trial. The scene t£at. followed, etc. ''• - ' '' ' " • ' ¦ ; - ¦= -'";'" ¦ •¦ ' ¦ ' ¦ , A TOA8T QFJTHB ,TALI,X8r ' .. Klni>^At the last celebration of 'flie fourth "of' Julyj in the parish of Caddo. Louisiana; titet "following, toast was giveitt It may ..be called the " romance oFthe^oBrectionafy; sh.op ^ ¦B'SAwidn-^Heaven's. best gift to man—hiV Pandora or casket" of je#els--hia confeojtion ary shopjorstiokof ruckcandj 7 -hia.Qtte ' of .roses, or sugur coattfd pill—Loy .jdl^ence'liis "best compqny-^4ier voice hts sijjeMeet musio —-lter smile3 his brightes...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

Horrible Deed. The Norfolk Day Book states that a most horrible deed Wps committed recently by a widow lady of Appomattox county, Virginia named Mrs. Sinclair, while laboring under a fit of derangement. Conceiving as she said, that herself and little boy, aged about five years, fljojild die in ajshort time from, starvation, sho oarried the boy to an upper room of her house and hung him by the neck from a jojst, and then attempted to cut her own throat with a razor. Sh .e, however^wasproventod by the timely presence of some mernber.of the household from taking her own life, but not until she disclosed it herself, was the hanging of vher little boy made known—she making the request that some one should go up stairs and see if her boy had not been hanging 1 >ng enough. Upon going up stairs it was fouud ihat the little boy had beon hanging at least an hour, , his feet a short distance .frop the floor, and that life was entirely extinct. 1 The poor dementod mother, itis said, ...

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

oangCTTSTiearrona atJds: •- . : ' , "We know of a man who fell from a bridge across a.certain river, and just, as he fouijd be must go, and. no help for it, he bawled out * ' at tho top of his voice, 'Lord have mercy on me—and quick too.' : • .A queor looking customer inserted his head into an .auction store,.and .gnvrely in-: quired: . ' '"" '' " "Can Ibid, sirr - -•.-- .-"Certaihlv," replied the auctioneer. ' - "WelV. then," said* the wag .walking off, "I hid you good nisg&t." " ' Two gentlemen were lately examining the breast of b plow '6n -a stall, in a market place "I'll bet you a dollar," said, one, " you, do not know what it's for." • . ,, , - ~ - ' ¦ ...,. = - , -. > "Done" said the other, "it's, for sale," 1 /.-, The bet was won and the dollar was paid A shameless cotcraporary,- a bachelor, saya .The reason why women do not cut tHemselves in two by tight hieing is because 'they lace around the heart, and that is so. hard that they cannot affect, it." lie ...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

The other day biir Kttte b, "y saw a "dq ldr ed lady" in tho house for the first; time. . After contemplating t h e. - strange. phenomenon . a moment, with his little hands behind him; he went up.to her, and looking into hertfaco excla ' med with a countenance indescribable: How dirty you are!" ' . . . , i . . , ' On! Dear.—Tfie elbrgy it feeems have commenced a war upon the "hoops"—the womgn hoops we mean, One of the most celebrated divino of. . Paris is.- reported ^ to havo deolaredthat the . "dresses.of the laeUea had become swollen with" their imqnities.'\' : Plain talk, that. ; ' ' -' ' • ' [ • - ' " ' ' Letters from Havana state that Jeff Davis, within the past six, weeks; has. had a large amount of money deposited in • tTio ¦ banks of thafcity. If this is reliable, it indicates that the chieftain keeps a bright look-out for ?ho main chnnoc, andis -pfciparihg : for- con 1 - tingencies.: : ¦ ' ' ;¦¦' ¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ : ' ¦ <i/ > , , An excivanM paper aiysthero, are h...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

Advantages op Labok.—There is. a very false notion in the world respecting employment. Thousands imagine that if they could live in idleness they would be perfectly happy. This is a great mistake. Every industrious man and woman knows that nothing is so tiresome as being unemployed. During some seasons of the year We have holidays, and it is ' pleasing on this occesion to see the operative-enjoy himself; but-we have generally found that, after two or threo days' recreation, the diligent mechanic or laborer becomes fluite unhappy., vfton he . sighs over the wretchedness of being idle. " The fact is, we are made to labor, and our health, comfort-and-happinesrdep'gn^d^upoErexcftion. Whether we look at pur bodies or -examine our minds, everything' tells us that bur Creator intended that we should be active.— Hands, feet, eyes and menial power* show that we were foorn to bo doing. If we had been made to be idle, a very large portion of our-bodily and mental faculties would be- redund...

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862

Barbauity-—-At Manassai our troops found a skull in the camp of a Mississippi regiment. Carved on' it were the words. "Allthatisleft ^ ofafire Zouave." la eev. eral places in tHe woods, -bones'can be seen hleachijtg oh'the top of'the ground, and -we liear of kuives, spoora, and other articles boing made of *he'Bones of our dead, ^SSveral hundred rebels had>ent home skulls ^ these being considered the best tropWos that could be found. To procure them, the ' graves were plundered, d?y after day. . -, Supppsft^g a man to count out SiQO of silver in a mtnujje, and to cptut'nue day atyl night without stopping, it- would, take him 6 days, 22 Ijours, and 40 minutes to count a million; 19 " yoars .-td count & billion J and 1&, 000, > year8i^coHat,a*rUliont 'What a Vuhn ted 4dea "we generally entertain: of \ the iwuien8ity.of ' nftmbcw'?r- ','i;' ' * V^^ ; " :i: : ..; " . ' Be shyofjeiting/ffitfi yottrfriooisi

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