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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
Who are the Poot?-~A« winter may now be said to have'fairly set in it would be well to inquire— Who art the Poor?—There may.be for ought we know a family here and one there in necessitous circumstances, with perhaps not sufficient fuel or clothing to protect them against the cold blasts of Winter. If there are such they are objects of charity no matter what their past lives may have been, and should not be permitted to suffer by those .around them who have been blessed with an abundance of this world's treasure. The be* stowal of a load of wood, a quantity of flour, meat, sugar, coffee, or other anictes ol merchandise, would make glad the hearts of many a widowed mother and orphan child; but too few, we le»r of .this favor ed class, ever as mu«h At make the in quiry—JKAoare the P6orf~orgive . thew wants a thought. Reader, as. vou sit by your comfortable fireside, ponder this inquiry, and if for once in your life you should feel charitably disposed, we. trust it may discover to...
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
mm ^cx -<f-gi5-arysq On tbe 18th oh., John Cra ' g, of Jesse, aged 34 years and 2 months. On tbe 11th ult., Robert, son of John and Anna Craig, aged Hi month ' s. On tbe 29ih oil, in Dry Run, of coosumption, M>t. Thomas Wilson, in the 60th year oi his age. At bis residence nrar Clearspring Md., on the 27ib ult., Henry Fiery, Esq., aged 68 years. 4 months, and 16 Jays. J- For Constable. THE nndetsigneJ announces himself as a canti' date for Constable of Washington Township. Having been defeated at the last election by only Id votes, he has concluded to "pick his flint and try it again." Thankful to bis friends for the flattering vote received at the laBt election he hopes that tney will extend the same support again. If successful, a general jubilee will be Held at Fort Megg;. JanlO > - JO8. HUSK. Broom Corn wanted. TIB subscriber informs the public tbat ho baa provided himself with the nt-cewaxy machinery for osnulactunng Factory Brooms. Persons fur* nis...
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
LATER FBOH PORT ROYAL Advance of the United Stales Ttoopt on the Mawforid- RSiTBaUenta Captured. .New Yoke, January 6.—The steamer Vundetbilt his arrived, with Port Royal advices is Oie morning of the 3d instant. She brings 8,697 bales of »ea island cotton. Gen. Stevens 1 brigade adrsndoed on the roainlafldmnhtt 1st inst.and took possession oTtjhe rebel batteries, after a short resistance, in which tbe troops were aided by the gunboats in shelling them. ^Gen. Stevens followed up bis success to within six miles of the Charleston Railroad. A flag of truoe was reeeived from the rebels requesting permission to bury their dead, and an hour was granted for the purpose, when they fell back or. their fortifications, which are said to be very extensive, and defender) by from U.000 to 13,000 men, under Gen. (Pope- Their los» ia unknown. OurwJroe was 4,000 men, end we had only eight men wounded, including Major Watson, of the Bight Michigan, mortally. ' ' . > " . Gen. Stevens no...
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
Utah App' ying for* Admission into the Union. Great Salt Lakb, Utah, Jan. 6.—At amass meeting held $ this city to day, resolutions were passed relative to tbe admission ol thiss Territory into the Union as a State. Delegations were elected front this county to meet delegates fram-erner counties on the iSOth in»t., to drai^and adopt a Confttjtuiion and form of State Government, to be submitted to the people for their acceptance or rejection. Congress will be memorialized for the admission of Utah during the present session. The surrender of Mason and Siideli is approved ' 'by all the foreign ministers in Washington, who now declare their conviction that the coctipental governments of Europe will not nuffer England to hunt for pretexts to engage the United States in a war. We shall see how fai this, interference t o frustrate England's rapacity wiH go in its alliance with tbis government.
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
A Word ta tht Fair.--The ladies of Pennsylvania, says the Prut, beautifut and accomplished, j|re _ ernjfl£»Hy ornamental—the light, grace, and charm of society. They have now the opportunity at which tb«y should rejoice, a« true-hearted women,of being eminently useful also. There in an absolute necessity, at this mometft. lot knit woolen socks and opiitens^jvii ii a varirty of other "fixins," in the shape oi various articles ol wearing epparel.lor the brave defenders of their country's constitutional righiF, It is utterly ippoasiblejlo keep the army in health without warm feel and hand*, and cotton socks «nd Ber (in gl ove* are wholly inadequate for this ptrpose. Every .gentlewoman ought to be able t« use ker needle, and she cannot belter employ her time tban in providing these articles, not only for the triea on duty, but for (he sicfc "soldiers.
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
The Bpllet Business.—Tht heavy contracts which the Government made some time ago with parties in this city and vicinity for the manufacture ot bullets, are nearly filled, and we understand no more contracts for this instrument of warfare ' will be made bv the Government.— There is stored in Washington over 20, 000;000 cartridges, all ready for use, and the War Department considered this a sufficient quantity for the present. The Government has seven machines for the moulding of bullets in constant operation at Washington, besides all lhat ta made at the Watervliet Arsenal, and elsewhere.— The contract ot Marsh & Co., of this city, will be completed in a few days, and' that of the heaviest contracts; lor the same material in New YoTk, gas been filled several daya ago. Tbe price of lead it U believed wilkfall considerably, and the pressing demand of that article which existed ft short time ago, is do longer felt.—Troy Time*.
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
BriiADlESTHRsTLADIES FURSl Of all the grades from Five to Forty Dollam&nelt with Mufia, Curia, Fur Trimmings, <&c-, at UPUEGRAFF8' Hat Store, Owwuite Washington House,. 4-C^' Hageretown, Mil. GTBUFFALO ROBES, Buffalo Robes! A edleniid lot of Extra anil No. 2 ROBES, bought previous to th« great advance, ,and will be sold at Usual rates foi cash, at VPDEORA/FS' Hat Store, O|>posij| Washington House, Hagorstown, MJ. ^"GLOVES! A good stock of Back-skin, Sheep-skin, Fur, Wool, and Wintrt, Dress GLOVES, at VPDEGKAFF8' Hat Store, Opposite Washington House, Hsgerstuwn, Mil. 1ST HORSE COVERS! READY MADE, at the lowest cash rates, at liPiJEGRAFFS'Hat Store, Opposite Washington House, Hagerstown, Mil.
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
A Veletatiin the Service.—Oat oW friend Dr David Tschody, has paid ua a via it sinee his company has been uniformed, and although a little over thne score and ten years of age, looks at sprightly and exhibits as. much -vigor as ajroung man of twenty. His father served in tbe Revolution, and died at the extreme old age of 98 years. The Dr. is the youngest of 11 children, and bids fair to attain to a flimi lar age. He was in the war of 1812, and is now ready to serve his country again on the field of balOe. To do this, he left at home a young wife and two small-children, and volunteered as a private in Capt. Welsh's company, so that it will be perceived lhat he has had some experience in the service, especiajlj^the jnfant-ry arm of it.—Hag. Herald-
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
Sudden Death.— Mr. Samuel Gordon, an aged citizen of this plaee, died suddenly on Tuesday morning last. He was in the 77ih year ol his age, but was unusually healthy and vigorous lor a man of his advanced years* We understand he retired in Wie evening in tbe possession of bis usual health. Between four and five o'clock in the morning Mrs. Gordon was aroused by a sudden movement of the deceased.— She had-only time to rise and light a can tile when he expired. Yesterday bis remains were consigned to their lasfatresting place in the grave yard attached to the Lutherah Church. Mr. Gordon was a soldier in the war ol 1812, and we believe held a Captain's RommifiBion. / " *
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
S-£2 i4^ y T ^ T ^ . 5 ?- <g>> - ( ^ i ;gq T On the 2nd inst., at tlie Lutttefan Parsonage, by the Rev. J. F. Campbell, Mr. George W. Smith, and Miss Susan S. Eyhr. all of Maryland. At the same place, by the same, on the 7th inst.. Mr. fP Mam H. Robhon, and Miss Sarah Snowberger, al 1 o . f this county. In Greencastle, on the tat inst., by the Rev. W. T. Bratty, Capt. Joseph B. Strick, ler. to Martha fF. Prather, botb ol Green, castle* On the 7(h inst., by the Rev. H. W. Super, Mr. George Beaver, to Miss Atnanda Hicks, both VI the vicinity of Marsh Run. J^_ __ On the flth inst., E^hTsa«ie ~~Mr7 f*eo '. ZoJy, of Mount llopefio Mias ha&tUa Hough, of Quincy. <
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
A PemaU Spy on Horseback —The Washington correspondent of the N.York-Post relates the following incident: A horseman clad in a sort of cavalry costume, with a heavy overcoat aud slouched hai, bad been noticed for some. lime dashing about the city in rather a suspicious manner. At last the authorities felt thamsel»es warranted in arresting him; and accordingly, one morning when trotting down Pennsylvania avenue, he found himself suddenly surrounded by a file of soldiers, and was carried off to prison.— But the funniest part was* to come. The investigation that followed resulted not only in the discovery of certain important papers, but also of tbe fact lhat tbe cave lier was * -woman. How long she had t>ten at this game it is impossible to guess.
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
Death of a Private.—Jacob Rov.br, a private of Company A. 77ih Regiment, P. V.,died at Camp Wood, Ky , on Saturday last. Young Royer enlisted with Lieut. Walkbb last fall, was about 20 years of age, and son of MnSamum. Roter, who resides on the Mountain, not laYYroin Sabillasville. His remaioes reached this place late on Wednesday evening and were taken on\o the residence ol hi» parents.— We have oVjeajned the nature of the decease of which he died. The deceased is said to have been a fine young man and a brave soldier. We sympathise with - lh« bereaved-parents.
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
He sleeps his last Sleep.— It is our painful duty to record the death of Mr. William Seiders, a native of this town. The sad eve.it look place at Fortress Monroe, Va., on Friday morning lart. He was a member of Company D, lllh Regiment Pennsylvania Cavalry, and went into the service under Captain (now Major) Sletzel, in this place. His disease was typhoid fever, terminating in pneumonia. IIis rel mains were brought heie on yesterday accompanied by his brother, (who weirafn to minister at his bedside,) and two of M\e m'ssm&tes, Thomas C. King and Leonard Pfar.— Chambersburg Dispatch. \
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
A Fight in Western Virginia. ... CwciNRATTi, .Jan. 6.—A special, des patch to the Gazette, from Huttonville. Western Virginia, slating that the expedition, consisting of400 of the Twentyfifth Ohio, 300 ol the Second Vi/ginia, and 40 of Bradshaw 's Cavalry, sent out by Gen. Mulroy to attack Huntersville, was completely successful. They attacked the enemy on Saturday morning, consisting of 400 cavalry and 350 militia, aha, after skirmishing an hour, the enemy retreated, with the loss of 8 killed and wounded. On our side none were killed or wound* ed; $80,000 worth 01 army stores and clothing were captured and destroyed.
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
Point or Rocks, Jan. a.—Six thousand Rebels attacked the Fifth Connecticut Regiment, near Hancock, yesterday, while protecting the Railroad. After a slight skirmish, our men retired to this side oi the Potonjac to await reinforcements. Meanwhile tbe Rebels destroyed the railroad and telegraph lines,' breaking our communication with Cumberland ' Gen. Lander is marching io " the relief of the Fifth Regiment, with a sufficient lorce. The loss on either side is unknown, but ia believed lo be trifling. The Rebels.have been shelling our position at iate rvals all day. Our ariMefit haa responded. The Rebel Bhell/atdrno. mischiei. ¦ I
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
A Valuable Gift.—»The several German Reformed Congregations of Grindstone Hill, Marion, Fayotteville and Funkstown the whole known as the Grindstone Hitl Charge, as an evidence of their high appreciation of the service of their Pastor, Rev. W. H. Deatrich, presented—him, on New Year's Day. with a * fine Horse, worth at least $100. This is creditable to the donors, and must be gratifying to the recipient, evincing, as it does, though not in words yet equally as intelligible, an assurance that his "labor of love" is prop erfy valued by his flock.—lb.
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
Pye Coffee.—Since coffee has got so high up in Me figures, many persona in this place and through tbe country have commenced the use of rye as a substitute. We are told that if a little coffee it mixed with the rye the coffee is more pleasant to the taste than when made of all coffee, and is no doubt more wholesome* The cost of the article when thus prepared is not over three cents per pound. In a large Family the difference would certainly be an item. In a short lime it will no doubt be in very general use. - .
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
An Itch for Business The Hartford Review says, a peddler fronrConnectiMBi lately traveled through Connecticut shall? (tig hands heartily with every one he met, whether they purchased or refused his merchandize. Directly it was discovered that every one with whom he had shaken ihe friendly hand, he communicated the iien. Immediately after this discovery, another peddler hi« partner, came along with a good stock of tovereien_JteJroint> ment. I> is perhaps needlossto say that he has made large sates>M a goat) percen. ttge. . ' -i;.^ Down—Our office wood, pile. -
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
Sinco the full btsard has become Aroerfccanized the number of barber" shops in Philadelphia has fallen away from Vw^ hundred dowiKto eighty. ^* UPi>E6RAFF3» Practical Batters * jjave just retained from the Eastern Cities wit3* a lull assortment of JEVAUL CHlOiX, consisting oS Hats, Caps, ' Ladies' Jfuta, Buffalo Robes, Ho/so BJankets, Sleigh Blankets, Gloves, Canesy Umbsri-ellas, &c.,'all of Which, aifl onr ready and selling at the 13"LOW GST CASH rates at their . HA.X STOKE.. Opposite Washington House, , Hagerstown, Aid,
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
BT The rebels, no doubt expecting an attack on Charleston, have removed Col. Corcoran and a number of Federal prison-*n from the Charleston jail to Columbia, the capital or the Palmetto State. STAn editorial article from the Richmono * Examiner , admits that the rebel ai> my is thoroughly demoralized! Sum ' s u high as tl.600 have been offered tor subatiUUas. ¦