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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

~ l3g ' TT_3lilO3&LO'|Cjrfi>* . „ "*a. woman always keeps t Ji, .8eor,e;t.wh(»tshe d0O3,nOt'lcn0Wi. ¦).¦!¦', t"' --."!, '' '¦' ai<.t:r/a "?- ' it:lh ' Why is an andiron like a ya^filti pjt., Because it has th-ree feet. < J . i-*,. -'" *. ' . ' . .,, . Speaking-of the nMftits,of'a;,irftt«n.. -Abel says he had one once that sained enough in three weeks td paVfoif itseifc '* ;: " ' : ¦ ; Useful to ladies learning to ^ kate-^Strapping Fellows. ¦ -„, ¦ WJben a wise man plays tWfool , a Tjoman is generally at fcne bottom of .it. . ;

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

WAirmiwB^o? • ' . »*M»y, April 18,18«». ' , "- ;. ¦: .;- ,V : /»¦•;.* .. - *Wwr {Unit ttaiit ¦ikn&rd f>b«.t! WhM»bfeath<!»'the too but CU»» before u», WHh FKetttfmVBoll beneath out fe«t, AmMPreeflom' * banner itreaining o'er u«1 5Vv«piJt« ^7fc/io«.—See notice in another Column. — -- • - •. »«¦»» — • . : Xevr Goods.—It will be seen by reference to our advertising columns, that Messrs. -"G. * J. Bendkb have received'a fine assortment of spring and summer goods for gentlemen ' s ¦wear. Our Gallants.—-We understand same of our rctettneHilSTiTe^very^indignant^tt-^ts far publishing a number of delinquents under a gallows in our last issue. It appears they favor robbing but oppose hanging, }l\\ this fa nothing more than natural for parties who sympathise with the rebel thieves and murderers in arms against the government which protects their worthless carcasses. Advert«*«.—N o w that many busines: changes take place , it ia important merchants dealers, mechani...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

A .WW Vorr»j>ond<*'>~'lt<* f oUo* ittgUlUcaddrcWcd-totho editor of this paper by a '"SuthJri La^VWegiw *cr6atti>i. As this- is the ylrlt 5«um«flkatio*i of the kind received by «s we cheerfully give it a p lace in our columns fur the benefit of Tntitors inWtynwboW and vicinity who charge U9 with- being one-tided. Of cobwe they vrill endorse every lines '' ' . WttMAaaroRT, Mb.;) >pnl7th ' Ml J , W. Blair Sir,, In a recent issue of that d hctable sheet over which y ou preside, and ihrwhfch, : te given in a condeftsed form} all the fowl sliwden", and misroprusentations, that iniquity and blackheartednoss can con coct; you Bcruple not to «nsail with' all the vindictivuass ot your own depraved heart; your fellow Man; who happens who happeus to differ from yon in sentiment, t>r oeeupys a position in society tbat "your degraded character dare not aspire to; writhing in your own shame, and setting to gratify your stultifyed patrons; you h ...

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

The followiag na»«a^»JmiJ>Ww l*fe teen taken frpnvjtte-ijfnmf ;1tii«pf p : «pin« niB^cctueat of th» present ye*r: ^^ ' - '^^ ElFinbethCity, North Carolina. * \ ' ¦" "" Edcnton, North Caroiitfa. „ ^~ ^ Wintoii , North Carolina. Bowling Greco, Kentucky. Paintvflle, Kentucky. Nashville, Tennessee. v" A: ' . ' - "" _ • - -. ' . Clarksville, Tennessee. - _ . Columbia, Tennessee, r DoveriTennessee, ;• ' ' . ' ¦ . ' ¦ ' ^ ' Fayetfeville, " Ar^anwo. ' BenUmviUe, Arkansas, - "' ~ .,- lyiartiHBburgj Virginia, : -;• 4<eetovn, Virginia. , . . LavetUyille, Virginia, ' . gmithfield, Virginia. Boliyar, Virginia. ¦ ' *¦ Cb,arltistow.n, Virginia. Harper's Ferry, Virginia, Big BetbeljVirjgdiia; . Hu. tton . sville, Virginia. . , Paris, Tenuosaoo. . . Cedar Keys, Florida, Florence, Alabama. Springfield, Mo. E^astport, Miss. - . • , ' Columlius, KoiUucky., Lees'jurg, Virginia. Savannah, Tcnnejisee. " " T ~ Fernandina, Florida. Sau Augustine, Florida,. . . " Jacksonville, Florida. ' ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

iOTIIIRJiCW! FORT EyiiASKI TAKEN. Unconditional Surrender of the Garrison. . Terrific ' HQMitoardlineiit. ¦" ' B^it TiMO^e, April 15,.-^The Savannah . fiepuojican ^ of tha 12th instant, rccoivedj, here, announces the unconditional surrender of Fort Pulaski on the pretfious .day: Scyca large breaches were made in tho yrails by ' our'batteriea of Parrot gunsat King 's, iia ft din g, and all the barbette guns on that side ^, aftd tbre? of the casenurtc guus were dismounted' %rce bftUs er\tored the magazine of the fort . Colonel Oinj3tead t tho. rebel commander ^ signalled the day pre-yious to the surrender, that onr fire was no, terrible that no human being could stand upon, the parapet for even Fortress MoshOiE ,* \ ^ \ M.—A Mag ottruce went up to Craiifty, \&\q* \ & this atTerr noon, and brought back <\ifo J^ojjfoi^ papers. . They were taken; to headquarters, and though containing the important infojrmattojft o£ tiie. unconditional surrender of Fort Pulaski ,...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

From Gen. MoClellan's Army. The BcbeF* Bitsitg engaged at Erecting new Batteries. Before York-town, April 15.—Yesterday morning about 2 o 'clock, a section of artillery vtas posted within half n mile of the rebel works, near the river, supported by Biifficiout infantry to prevent their being captured. Fifteen shots were fired, into. the rebel earthworks before they were able to bring their guns to bear, wheu our moa withdrew without damage, A fine- , view was yeterday obtained of the position of the rebels, both at York. to\vn and Gloucester, from Fairchild Uoa<*e, at the mouth of Wonnlith's ' creek. Twenty-four guns was, seen in the water battery at Yorktown and nine at Gloucester. At the latter p lace a large number of workmen were engaged in erecting new works. —At^Y^rktown7-the^ld-^orlcs-usc:d_dnrin4 the siege of 1780 were still visible-, and readily distinguished from those of recent construction. Heavy guns were mounted on their walls, and the rebel flag was flying ...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

e . The following is writon in ink at the bottom of tho bill: ; . "As the ahoye property has notfbeen disposed of , I bequeath it to Father Jl't'uskcr, Chaplaiu 55th regiment, P. V. [Seal] Mrs. Sarah Seabiiook. " Father M'Cosker was formerly the pastor in charge of the Catholic Churches in this place and Elisabeth town, Lancaster "county., He is certainly to be congratulated upon his good luck, but— we-fearhe Js-veryjuucbLin the condition of the man who bought the elephant—he won 't know what to do with them. Ihe Glorious Victory at Xq. 10.^-Commodore Footc and Gen. Pope having closed up their operations ut Island No. 10, and seat 5000 prisoners to Indiana and Illinois, are now. ready to move on to Memphis, and have declared thoir intention of being there in the courso of the present week. The spoils captured at Inland No. 10, arc thus summed up. 1 Major-Gcuerul, 3 Brig. Gouerals, 10 Colonels, • OJjicut* Colonels, 5( > Captain^ • -5 Majors, fii Lieu tcnan taf 81 2d Lieutc...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

Proclamation of the President. By the Preaiilcut of the United Slates ut Aim-m-a A PKOCLAMATION. It has * pleased Almighty God to vouchsafe signal victories to the land and naval forces engaged in suppressing an internal rebellion , and at the same time to avert from our country the dangers of foreign intervention and invasion. ^ It is, therefore, recommended to the pcople of the United States,, that at their next weekly assemblages in their accustomed places of public worship, which shall occur after the notice lofjthiB proclamation fhall have been rcueivft&hfiiey especially acknowl¬ edge and rcnder^Shanks to Our Heavenly Father for these inestimable blessings; tbat they then and there implore spiritual consolations in behalf of all who have been brought into affliction by the casualties and calamities of sedition and civil war, and that they roverently invoke the Divine .guidance for our National councils, so that they . may speedily result in the restoration of peac...

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

1/ Thel»iU«l»urKBatUe. - , : ; CnicAoo, April i4.-—Ti^-spedud oarrespondenco of the Joiirtwi/ , at Cairo, says:— Beaureaard i-allod a council of war, of all the best generals in hte army, Ijflforo: the /battle of PUtabwrg, There wore present . Generals Pillow, Ffoyd, Breekinridge, Hardce.^ Bragg, 'Chcatham, A. Sidney Johnstott, and BuBhrod Johnson; the ^ebo) Provisional Governoibf Kentucky,atidaiew other Generals. The following 'policy ' was fixed on. If the beat us, thqr woultt-folloif «irtheir -vie* tory and 5rivo us North as fur as posfible,— It they wore beaten, they ' Would withdraw thoir forces from tJie Border; States and make a desperate stand in tho Gulf States. Gen. Van Dorn did not reach Corinth till the fight was over. It is now believed, .by. the latest arrivals front Pitteburg, that the rebel farce in the action numbered . Go,000. The Ninth Illinois BegimeQt could count but 200 offcctiv€tmen on Monday morning, the Eleventh Illinois only 45, and the Twelfth, Ill...

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

Have just rvturncif from tlm Kaotftr Citiac<witU a full atisurtim-iit of FAM> G«J1)D, consistiug of Hats. Caps, I.ailies' Kuw. . , ' Buff>l'< I!."bc«, Howf DIanketa, Bleigh lilankete, (iinvca, 'Can e*; Uiuliarullais &c, n'l of which, cm ow ready and selling at the t^LOW E8T OASH rate at their . HAT STOKE. ¦ 0|'i><uilc Washington House, Hagerstown, MJ, ETBUFFALO BOBKS, Buffalo Kobq|! , £ Of all the oraiW from Five to Forty Dollnrga ic^ ' with. >I«fJi, CuCEk {".urTrimmings, Su., at m. , f¥&}ti&& $f*> ' Hat Store. - % (jjKjio Waahiii'itoii HoU6e, ' "• ' • T**. . H.igcrslowii, M J. BTLAi>IES' - FtRS [LADIES 1 FURS t - " A uptrndid lot of Extra and No. 2 UOUES, • bnoght prerioua to the great advanco, and will ha cold at u»«j1 r»tcs lin *'*si\. «t- , : '- l7Fl>Bt!ttAKKs'Hut Stow, : O|i(K»iilo Washin^trtii House, ; Hagcrstown, MJ. GT GLOVES! " "~ A g«H)d »t.'ck of Bm-k-skin, Sheepskin,...

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

The War in New Mexico. A Battle at Pigeon Ranche. Denver City, Apr. 7, via Julesburg.Apr. 9.—Information received from New Mexico states that, on the 26th \nlt , Coionel Hough, with 1,300 men, reached the Apache Pass. His advance, consisting of three companies of cavalry, had an engagement Eome distance beyond this place with 250 rebel cavalry, and took fifty-seven prisoners. . Tho Federal loss was four killed and eleven wound¬ ed. At Pig eon Banehe, 15 miles from Santa |"e, on the 28th ,0ol; Hough met a force oi 1,100 Texans, strongly posted at the mouth of a cannon. The fight began about noon, Col. Hough engaging {hem in front with 7 companies, while Major Cherington, with 4 companies, attacked them in the rear. The latter force succeeded in driving tho rebel guard away from tho supply .train, which was captured and burned. . Tfeey also captured 1 cannon and spiked it. ''' . ., , ' The 'fi g ht continuod desperately till 4 o' clock, when it ceased b y mutual couBcnt.— Col. Hou...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

_A tem^ South (^dhurC.ivoirj. -^. W^h'aye- y ^fer^B5^ia ^ <i ' ' t^j|; - Harrisb|trg Teiigraiph, • topy- of» hfSd .JW11 ^»n^: fe^ by one of oar voiunteora kt ;l!di»tb Islund, South Carolina, advertising the public sale of a prime lotofhtfman flesh, A t the nbjve named place. The bill-reads as follows: - -. . - ,-•, , v .tajfAaw jAtB'Ji,. ' ¦ ,,;.; K I O H ,T Y. N * O ft O E «.V . , - BV LOt'18 D. DRgACBSUrBOn Monday^ 14th FebWiary, 1802, at 10 o 'clock A. M., will be sold at the residence of tho Mo WJlliani ' Seabrook, Sr-V Ba ' c^- oh Edisto iBlaud. •,->¦• • ' . ' ' ' '¦ . A Prime Gang of Eighty Negroet. accustomed to the culture of Sea. Islauil XfoU ton , belonging to the estate of the lute Bohert 0. Seabrook, Esq., • ¦ - ' . * ' TERMS.—For the Negroes, one tb,ifd cayh; baianccinoneor two years, w,ith interest from day of sale, secured by. bond, mortgage and personal security, l'lirch^ers to pay for popera. . . The sale it neems did not take il'ce on the <...

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

The heavy rains,have made the.roads im.pa.ssablc for artillery and army wagons. . St. Louis, April 14.—The steamer January arrived at our w^iwf last evening, with, several hundred, of ou . r sick and w,ou .nded from Pittsburg. Capt. Bartlott,* of- th . o Janxtavt/, reports that the Minehaha, laden with wounded, h:^ gone ilp to Ohio city, and the Memphis lani!cd 1,000 of the ^oundoj at Maunci city. Captain Willialn Conn, of the Ninth Indi¬ ana, who is among th,e> wounded, says he has no doubt of the death of Gen,. Bragg, in Monday's fight. Also, that Johnson, the so-called Provisional Governor of Kentucky, is dead. He died as he. lay w,ith.in. six feet of Captain Copp, on board of! tb,e Hannibal. The whole rebel army- engaged in . the. battle numbered 123 regiments, consisting of 75,000 men. These facts are obtained from a brigade quartermaster named Wintennuth,, who was taken prisoner. Our total loss in killed and wounded is ap\ estimated at 8,000. General Wallace, of I...

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

[¦ ]».., ajb^— 'Kcai w»eT««—; -^ ' l fff : 't.''-} " :40s ¦ • • ¦ '; .'-- v ' . "- ; - <-«V . ,,U' " ', Vt.:Ui •»'«• :¦ Oht «»ho coo repttm hi« dewtlont , . To ihe flag at the free arid the Irate, , \ - ¦Jtbi.mtm. th*U«t« JtokMQ&Aj&i&L- .<-»—Acd itrilie* at (be tMitot aMTjuiaM \ miiwri th«t* imJuairU tiirtf , "IJke IKe brlw ibn ' t fwm heawn ii« sluiting, -Tihttloof(loiy it weaw. ,, " • '" Caonps—A halo of gl4ry it ' w^f ; \ \ '. '- - ' a twio of rfitf a *&>*, - - .' >¦ ' '' - ' r.., . Like„the wbs thil; ' , Iwm Hea«en_ar» fbihing, ' " '^.' -'~^ . "¦ '• ¦ •-•" :' , » A'lutto.Of«lttr/ji«fW*nfC ' . - ¦¦ -:•. ' With tbh nfflboLof . Freedom, before w, 'riu» \o\ee <rf 1Kb br»»e and, tlie frte Is opoaKibg like wind* in lb>rrchortt»»,, Wbtv topiri? >tt« *«*«» or (tM-MS^' - Wlijte bn*anl *nifrduillj (wceiwlifl* . , 'I' ^Wafd the to»iof- ' it*birth* - ¦' '- ¦ . ' ' - •'¦• IU lustre with pafjori i» lilemlinB,...

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

ADVANCE INTO ALABAMA, 2,000 oflTte Enemy Capfured—IQQ Miles of Railroad Possessed. Washinoton, April 14.—The following despatch hag been received by the Secretary of War, dated Nashville to-day : "On Sundiy morning, two expeditions were started from HuntRvillc, ' Ala., in the captured caw. One u..dir Col. Sill, of the Thirty-third Ohio, went eart to Stevens, the junction of the Chattanooga with the Memphis and Charleston railrtad j , at which point they seized 2,0'JO of the enemy, who were retreating; without a shot, ftnd " captured,five locomotives and a large amount' of rolling stock. "The other expedition, under Col.Tnrchin, of the Nineteenth IllinoisRoghnent went west, and arrived at Decatur m-tmie to save the Railroad bridge which was inflames. "Gen. Mitchell now holds a . hundred mites of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad." . A little boy hearing his father say, "there is a time for all things, " climbed ug behind his mother's chair,and whispering fa her earasked, "When ...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

Fresh Jruli. —3' Hostetteb, of Greencastle, will visit this place on Saturday or Friday of each week with Fresh Fish during the season. Persons in the country wanting fish ate requested to leave their orders* with E. W. Washabangb> . • M. Hope Store. —-We invite special attention to the card of Mr. John M. Cook, of Mt Hope, in another column. Mr. C. has disposed of his old goods at auction and has just opened s & new stock. ' . A Bbbec Respited.—Col. Ebenezer Magoffisj a Missouri Rebel, whose brother is Governor ofKoBtucky,aud who was connoted of violation of hi» parole, and sentenced to be shot, bu been respited by the President. A man 28 years old was married to a woiflan 63. yean old, in Newburyport, the other day The Herald says the man was apparently well p leased with bis new relation, and, the woman rasas "tickled an a child with a raitle."

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

Urge brcach. es were matKTuHhc eovih wall by the FcdftraJ. battery of eight Parrot guns* at King's Landing. All, the -b arbette- guns on. that t<idc wereTlismounteJ, and'al3tr{fereti—of the casemate gnns, leaving but ' one gun bearing upon that point. Three balk entered the magazine, and a clear breach was, made in it. The balls used were conical, and, were propelled w,ith such, force that they went clear through flie walls at u .oarly every fire. , ' Col. Olmstcail, who was in . com mand, tele-, geaphed tbo previoiw evening th,at n,o hu-. man being could !it;>i\d uponft^. fajapartfi foreven a single moment, ai.\d that over one. thousand large ."hells has exploded within, the fort. The Republican publishes the above as a postscript to a part of its edition, and makes no comment nor gives any particulars as tq the number of men and officers in the fort at the time of its surrender. It says, howeve%- that none of its defenders were killed, and but four wounded. . - *...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

BQw^dvices received State Department from our representatives at the various Courts of Europe, show that public sentiment abroad is becoming unanimous in favor of our Government. This is being strength; encd .by our victories, which are carried over by every steamer, and which serve to elevate our national character and compel the respect of the people and rulers of Europe. JGS-The Legislature has passed a bill legalizing the suspension of specie payments by. the Banks of Pennsylvania until the first Tuesday in February, 1863—with a provision that said Banks- snail, if necessary, pay in specie so much, according to their capital as the 'Commonwealth may need to pay the interest on~fliepublic debt. '

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

The Rebels m 1 trginia.—All accounts from rcbcldom show that the bulk of Gen. Johnston' s army have withdrawn to the region of Richmond. ' ¦ A rear guard is left to destroy bridges, railroad tracks, rails, &c, to prevent any advancing Federal column from Teaching that city for a long period. The natural obstacles ah aMig the route are fur more serious than any artificial ones in the neighborhood of Yorktown. While this ' sort of thing obstructs the latter, it also prevcuts an early return thither by. the rebels. If they find the fortunes of war going against them at Yorktown, they must fall back upon North Carolina.

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

Yankee skulls were hawked about the town of Winchester, after the battle of Bull Run, at 910 a piece. Spurs were made of jaw bones, and hundreds, of nodies were left headless, for such , purposes. Snow is still two. feet deep in the Lake Champlain region, and they are crossing the lake on the ; ice. . ' * *— ^ nm—K : , Enterprising oitiaens of free States are settling iu Virginia as fast as our. armies progress. . - * . ' " - . - . " ,,, " * ' ' ¦ The House sfi Washington,- on: Wednea lay; passed the Tax Bill—yeas 12;V. nays 13

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