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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
Guketor the Measles.—As the; mea. 8los are still quite prevalent in this neighborhood the following from an eminent physician .will not come amiss: - -. " •.. . "As thcrois"agreat- deal of- the measles among ' children " throughout the coiintry, I wish to make knows a plan that will speedily cure and'keep tho disease on'the surface of' tha skin until it turns, "and will bring'rt out when it lias tamed in, or struck in. :Tho* simple, it is sure: Taka a pint of oats and pt^ them into a tight vessel; -pour, on boilfpg^a tcr and let it stand for a short time; theu give it to the .sick person to drink, lt.iniiat bo pretty warm.. : In fifteen minutes you will see a-elianse for.the bctte'ti" . :.:. ivi. - :;
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
Rebel Iowbanoe.—Thb'Sl, koiiis Dem-i oorat of Friday, last 8ays:-rTQatof tpe sixtyoighfe Confederate prisoners, taken by Capt. OtiTcr at., th^ Blue Springs 8ettleini9n.t.i« Jackson CountVjMi3SOuri,ort/yyb«j'/ee7i could write their name*. J £he written vouchers foji this fact are in the city, • and can ' be exhibi* ied. ThcKiato proportion of the prisoners from -Fort Don^lson, vfto camiof read is notortons. ')' ' ¦ ' ' ¦* ¦ •"' '" ¦ '' ¦ ' ''- -.' •'^:' - v-.-::;, What» that vrhjch .makes WflfluEftWt"* sick, but tb-oge wh0 »wa)ldflT. it?,; tMt^r^. ?
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
'$i&0K-ia$tt.!' :; ' Wfl;p^rpose.pub|i«hi|g f^BU^meJi^ tlnid' th« namefr of : 'tji^p ' opnB^ '' t||usfio pay up urrcurattoa due tHU Oftco. This week we givo the names of the following peraoiiB WtfitlieamounTof their arrearages: / '~""~ CIIRISTIAN SHANK, . 80.00 MARTIN D. PFOTTTZ, W.flO DR. HUMPHREYS & CO., 12.00 K55RA MILIiHJR , 2 00 A. J. HARN . 1.25 WASH. HELLMAN , 7.50 T. MURPHY , 2.25 -^WTrhad-airartiBt-ftrongTirpc tlio above cut for a double purpose , to be used with the publication of thoao who defraud u* out of our hard earnings, and nsjjlso appropriate for use wlien%o flhull feel called upon to exposc some of the more loud-mouthed , villainous Rebel sympathisers. Another batch will appear shortly. Conviction and sentence of a X<nc*paper publisher. Washin«tojj , April Oh.—Edmund E'lis, publisher of the Hoonc County Standard, w a tried before a military commission at Columbia, M'usouri , on two charges: First charge—Tho publication of informati...
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
iJentiitrj/.—^We direct attention to the ourd of W. D. LBcm.fen, Surgeon . Den\iBt, published in another column of to-day V pa. per. "¦ ««>! £ Removal—Dr. T, i>, Fhencu has removed hia office to the dwelling hou« a,dj>.$ ting the residence of < Mr. Lewfa'Deatrioh, on Kast Main Street. — w ¦ JVe»-gop(/i».j-»We hare been requsted tQ announce that Mr. Joseph Miller expects to receive his first suppl y of new Goods on. Monday next, . Nett 6"oo(/»—The attention of the public ii directod to the advertisement of 31 r. Gko, Stovbr, in anotheWcohHun, A' ««f Goods for Gentlemen.—T. J. Fil-BBRT, Merchant Tailor, has received his first •ttpply of new goods for Gentlemen 's weir. Family Sewing Machine.*--Mr. T' J. Flt-BKBT has heen nppoiuted agent for the salo ef I. M. Singer 'B Family Sowing Machines, in this p 'nee. VerscnR wishing to examine (he machine can do bo b y calling on Mr. I?., who will g ive all necessary information iu leitard to working it. terms,...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
THE SPOILS IMMENSE. liinumerahle Cannon and Small Arms Stores, Camp Equipage, iff., <tc __jCniCAao,-ApriL8.—A Bpecial despatch from Cairo to the Tribune says: "Despatches from New Madrid Bay that tho gunboats Pithburg and • UormuMet yesterday shelled and silenced tho buttcriet on the opposite shores when Gen. Pope ordered tl/etrofrgs across, which was accomplished without tfie loss of a man. The rebels fled toward Tipton, sinking several of thoir transports and cunbontf. Their floating battery, mounting ton guns. drifted down the river last night, and in now nground near Point Pleasant and will be recovered with its armamenh Tho Ohio JJrlte "will also be recovered. Gen. Pope took tho Pittiburg and Carondefy, nnd with a part of his army marched to Tipton and attacked the enemy this morning. He- took 2,000 prisoners. He will probably got as many more before night.' ' ' Tho rebels fled to the swamps in grout consternation. Great quantities of stores,- cannon, and amm...
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
^ Rifi|ttfllf JaJvonce of Genera's fteartregnrd arid? John I atom Attack on Buem, and Ghant'b Combin kd Fosiceb. BEAUREGARD WHIPPED. A COMPLETE VICTORY GAINED. JjQDiHvrLiiK , April 8.—Tho Nashville Patriot of thin morning says: ' A gentleman who left tho neighborhood of the Confederate Army of tho West lost Thursday, reports that lieaurogiird' left Corinth on that day, with his c ' oimmmd, for Pnrdy, Tennessee,, and Sidney Johnston left with a force on the flame day, for the miuie destination , via Hamburg. : It was cxpocted that they, would bring on a buttle on Friday or Saturday if their march was not. impeded by ruin. » ¦ ' —Suuo iUH,-Apri l-H. ~--In-rcspanse4o-1tBorenade to-night, Gen. Ilallcck paid that IJeauyegard, with an immense army, advanced from Corinth, and attacked the combined forces of Gon. Grunt nnd liuoll. Tho battle begun »t daybreak yesterday, and cuntimied till late in the ui'teruoon, with terrible las* on both sides. * ¦- . We liuvo gained- a complete vict...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
3VT AJ1RJBE.3BEWFWPBICB OUItiiEN'i' o* JO8IAH BBSORB. WAYNTiSHUHO', ApiiU.; 11,1B6». UuTTRri 13. t-WAniu t* Warn, - «0, Kaos 10 UnvtMWtD " 9U. I.aiid . 7 f 1'iovth Sbbd. Tallow 8 Timothy HksDi 0U< SlUAf * 4 4j0 Fl,AX8EED 1 0(1. Davon (ImttiH) 10 1'aiibd I'haoihss W). Uacun (xiurH) 7 Uhpai«» " _ 0* IUvon (riJmuhlprH) 7 LlfiBD AnttSS 00 ; x BALTIMORE MARKET. April , 8, 1802^ There were offered at the Maryland Cattle Scales this morning I'M head Beef Cattle, and sold ut ?H(«;f>. The supply of ilogs was large, causing a decrease in prices. We quote at #4.75(rt)5.75 por 1UU lb.x. llw demand for Sliccp this week, was hmitcd, " Aales being nmdo ut from ?4.50(Sj5.50 per 101) lbs. ., , From the Clipper of Tuesday tatt. FLOUR.—Wo Jiavo no sales to report today. Howard Street Super ¥5.12; Extra. to Fmify fin SCi K>; Vtm^-AoJ ^^^ tiMf-City Mills, good to Fancy br'dH Sup. $5.25 ; Shipping brands Extrji do. ?6.25. GllAlM.—The ottbringH for grain at both Exchanges were...
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
. The Advance on Yorktown. Capture of Ship Point—Skirmishing oh the Outposts. Washington, April 7.—Tho Fortress Monroe boat to Baltimore brings information from the neighborhood of, Yorktown up to Saturdaynilternoon. Ship Point has boon taken by our troops, and other places on the routo formerly occupied by the rebels. Some skirmishing and cannonading had taken place between the outposts of the onemv and our forces, in which a number of casualties are said to have occurred. The following ib a goncnil summary of the intelligence received by the War Department up to 10 o 'clock this Monday night: . First—Operations at Yorktown and Fortress Monroe. 'Yesterday the enemy 's works were carefully examined by Qen. JVlcClellan, and were found to be very/ strong, and the approaches difficult. The enemy were in force, and the water batteries at York and Gloucester arc said to be much increaHcd.— There was sharpo firing in the night , Jiiit.no iiarm was done. Our forces were receiving .su...
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
Abolition of Slavery « ' « the District. — Last w^ek the Sena te of tho United States -jfased finally, by a vote of 29 to 14, tho bill for the abolition of Slavery in the District of Columbia. There is a section in the bill appropriating 8100, 000 to aid in the voluntary ©migration of the persons liberated l»y tho bill, and other persons of color in the Dibtriet, to Hayti, Liberia, or somo other country, "When thflf result of the vote was announced in the Senate, thore was much apnlause from the galleries. : ,- Sharp Shootivg. —Lieut. O'Niel, of Lan-«aster, commanded 22 men of Company C, 84th Regt. P. V., at the battle of Winchester; and out of the 22, but 4 came - out un-• teirmed-4 being killed and 14 woundqd! Ho madga narrow escapo, having received a bruise from a p iece of shell on the right thigh, and also a slight flesh wound on tho other. . His blanket was sh»t from his shoul-,>..„ / 4er, and his cap from his head—pretty close isii " .-). wort* " ' ., ¦ -ZRe, Tru...
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
lift '• '¦ •.¦pe%i i#iBii, ' Mii#ii " - - ¦ ' ' • ' • r -. ¦ ; , ' - ' ' 'M' '^Mi '** T * '*'¦ ** ' - ¦ ¦ ' ' . ¦' ¦ ¦ ' • HVhf«ilth foldeil wing* the sunllglit, • BihkS 'rioiilh crIn(Mn clouils **ajj_ Atul-lli« Vsaiipr h»(uriliTe*eriib" jt l)tm thei shining ttte of «layj . . ¦ - 01^ timriMlW ' * n$*itaton^^-*™>' #-4 To the nigh'-winls »aJ on 1 liiH«, As tlii'y riiur^iir Ulrnuj ji Ittjr cUMIrlflHt, ' ¦)¦ ¦$ In • «61't and gbiitltf ttliie. ; ¦ ; '¦ " 'J'hcn I iovo to lirnt^lie church-bells, . a ' Chiming \v<ir«lii|icrs to pfijfPri ' ? • '' T . >Vhil« thfinumc lireathed. Jijr h»rp-sfrinis, Ktenls uimrl lli9 evBnilig dir; ' r All tliPH! »a.|i(.irtea HViJijj rtlidelf ' Vibrato deep within tho heaifj 5? And (it every sound fumlllnr ;>* •:... " . Tliuy to ltc»hor buing start. ., , On. whrn muring on the change* , ' ..-OI tbia IrnnsiUiry lift, ;. I hnVo ponJertd o'i<i its sorrow* . With in round rrfciuintant strife, . Then my miuI liy fairhHluniined, ...
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
^iii^^^ jsMitia THE rattscribcr i itendiiig to dixcontinne farminB . ¦;. ? will aell at public »>le at hu residence 3 milt«, ; north of Wnyiimlioro', on the /ond leading fniaj^ Tom»town to tiopeweli Mill*, on Fbidat the ^ift day of Anu 1,1S63, the foUuwiug property, a wiU^ 8 HEAD WORK HORSES, 2 of which are good leader*; 3 first-rate Milch Con*, one or which is fteiib with a calf by her citic; ' ' 4 HEAD OF YOUNG C ATTLE, among which is one rxtra Boll; 1 Breeding Sow *~? with Me, 10 head of stock Hogr, ft 5T? c pg^rfi "^^anggKBjaQgi with bed and bows, 1 PLANTATION WAGOfcr . 1 Spring Wagon, 1 Carriage, 1 Sleigh ami bdb; I i.airHay Uarriagen, I pair, W«od Ladder*. I re. volving grain Kake.I Tl»ra»hing Machine, i Screen, I Windmill, I Grindstone. 2 set* Ureecni>andav «eU front Gcairt, 5 Hounens, 5 Collars, & Bridle^ I sbc hoise line, I filth. Chain and spreader. I. loj Ctiain, single, double, and trebble trees, 1 Barshea Plow (MuaU " make, I twosome Plow, ...
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
a-tftx-o£ona—dollar—«f»n—geatwman nndorthirty who weir cyo glasses; a tax of three shillings upen ladies . who wear three flounces, and for every additional flounce above three, two shilling*; a tax of three dollars upon ladies who wear hoops more than ten feet in diameter; a tax of five dollars upon all pretty ladies who woar veils, and ten dollars upon ugly ones that don ' t; a tax of twenty five cents ttpon ovcry lady who wears more than a dozen finger rings; a tax of fifty cents upon everybody who borrows his neighbor ' s newspaper and don't subscribe for ono himself, and a tax of two dollars upon everybody who subscribes for a newspaper and don' t pay for it in advance; also a tax of one dollar upon every man who takes more than twenty-five drinks per diem, doesn't get drunk, and a tax of seventy-five cents upon every cigar which a man smokes a day, over one hundred.
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
Scrimshaw'» PatentMontrete-for—having —This compound for paving side-walks, garden walks, streets, &c, is highly spoken of by the press. It is said that it can bo laid at half the cost of any other material. The Lock Haven Prest, of March 12th says:—: ¦ Upon examination of "Scrimshaw' s Patent Concrete Paving" lay'd at various points in this place, it will be found tho cold -freezing weather of the past winter only Jiad the effect ' to consolidate, and make it as durable as stone. It is a singular fact, that snow and ice will not lay upon it any length of time; whilst all other ntvcmentM were covcr'dVith snow and ice, this waB entirely fisge from anything of the kind. From the fact that its surfaco is smooth, clean, and at tfH times impervious to frost and water, its pre-eminence over all other paving material, is apparent to the mind of tho most careless observer.
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
by the election of Lincoln; therefore they were going out of tho Union to enable thorn to secure "their right*." The consequence has becny that greater losses of slaves have taken place than . would have occurred within the Union for a hundred years, and those which remain are becoming valueless. A sale is reported by the Frederick (Hd.) Examiner, of a likely, sound, and healthy negro wo¬ man , agod 30 yearsy-hor 2 children, a boy of 4 and a girl of 2 yearsJboth welL conditioned; they wore sold m~a-fet for $200; ' also a likely boy, aged 10 years, for £105; and & very likely, mulatto girl, aged 15, was offered and withdrawn at $95. Less, than 2 years ago, servants of this description would readily have commanded $2,500 dollars; now they feteh$4O0.
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
ernnieiit. To all' loyal men, thin dying out of the rebellion must be a sourCe of Katisfaction. We cannpt liopo to see it expire at enco. It may bo months before wo witness its last gasp.— Hut it is cheering to know, that its strength is gone, and its capacity to injure ovor. We may look forward with confidence to it restoration of peace. Business, so long ^ retrdor ed stagnant by the natural timidity of capital in a Btate of war, must revive. Enterprise must revive. Enterprise muHt awaken from its lethargy. Activity will once more inspire tho heart of trade; and oven if the boom of a cannon be occasionally heard, it will be at stich a distance as not to disturb tho buntling evidences of life in tho channels of commerce aad manufacture. - »
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
f^>-TTu> imiiveraal Yankee aJway to &~ time, llve^p lioatioo8 have been made to Gcventnient for - licenses to opsit hotels At „3Jcfanmtd, ghw *»*<» _ - ¦: ¦ ; ) &e& :FiA>r^f' Mi tsxxxrm, of Green-- ^sfle^rill -^e»t Ihi" place <m,Saturd»y «r tt i$Pti*3 . Out -fr^hB r^aUlpl^y no mtoM *v?r, bttiit i^r^in 8%t , -&$* »ot y«t died out; ?«f' wttk^q^- ' iiffeli eHHsJnd dies Wrd, *nd . .»i*u(t|p^tt^to avert ita fatoi b> t it i> growing WCdk nnd tbitt. It Irihrfaikiiig-iti-itrproportiMiii—Jtril '-frlJirjgttway, at if trp«bled with » daolinej a«d bftgiusto count it* o^n death-pulHea iu tho more andhicw slow boatings of ita heart. Tha conspirators who sought to effect, b y tlte cflnrjou'B roar, a desolation of the Union WUBt be sadly enough convinood, by this tinio, of tho frightful delusion uiid«r which they lubored. They mast, in their reflecting momento ^ view With horror jthejntBcalouktion they indul...
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
1R. W. H. I.Lt IILElt AN\O T*NCES to hi» ftiehJ* nn.l the pnMio etnrm\l? that he in ,n»w in poMcwinn ot all the l»te nml mmt iniprovnl initramentviiKS ' w welt prrpnrril to |>erf<irm &D BENTAI» operation*. ' Ho will he happy to, wait opnn tlio»o who. may .require the «rrvic4'« of an experienced l>c. nti»t. AH operas tions upon the month . ami treth performed in a •cientific manner. Teeth innerteil according to the latest improvement* in the art, and at moderate ratm. Ofllec in hi« rrsiJcnce on the South. Comer of the Diamond. . . . ' . ' Ai.nl II,'63 .
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
, J&*The news from Gen. McClellan'e army is meagre, but enough is known to warrant the belief that a desperate battle is impending, Shipping Point, and a number of other places not named in the telegraph, have been occupied by our forces. Soveral skirmishes have lately taken place, in which three of our men have been ^ killed and six votuided. : . AH of pur men »re represented to be in good spirits and eager for " the comfig<a|i« ^ f ^*^^i , : : ' ;: ' ' '¦:• ¦ ' _ ;¦ , * ;; ; ^ . ^Goycn*r Jflhl^ i of Teimessee , thinks of assessing the s«i^«u^ , oi;N^v^e ,for means enough to rebuild I(i banted bridges, whiek th* aMplsith«re waat^wxmitnwteajS '. :-fh*:: i(M' f'i&0, $f*- iii ^O ' f^ t^f^t^ «^i^t:iiiliJ!:««^-0Mnpo |toi;^a^ttto: Star, and StHpaiftgain flout ow>r the tomb of^ 4&$i? 'jOfaH ottiph^cttiljr deol^ ed that'the Un ' oii must and Rlmll be pre-Hervedr^-^n^nny^orirQspoMdelrb-of-tfurln^ diftnapgliB Journal wril«* from Camp Andrew Jackson...
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 11 April 1862
ivy of the inhabitants wore found to be loyal and large numbers expvo-Hcd a -willingness to enlist and fight for tho Stars and Stripes. . ww«—, - - BSy-Tho Navy Department has received intelligence that7when the Merrimac retired from the contest with the Monitor, she had seven feet of Jwater in her hold. One shot from the Cumberland riddled her, while one from tho Monitor entered one of her portholeH, dismounting two guns. J@-The>rebel8 prefer drawing; up their forces on the highest ground they can find, so that'when the running time comes it shall be all the way down hill.