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Id=192 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

TO TjHUIPUBLIC. NEW ESTABLISHMENT!, r |lHlE'3«liacrK)cr would inform, the citizens of. J_ WiArriesboro'nnJ the putiiic that ho has comi nienccd tliu Mhoemakitig 7 business in the Basement ol Kurtz's ^ Hotel, where he will at' all times be in n-'Silincss to acci>miru>.1aifc Uiiise who m iy giva him. OtCuII. • - - : <* • BOOTS APiD SHOES! m.ide t> order, nil short notice, of the best material^ aild upon " theriitist ri'iisSrialile terms.' _ ¦ ': ¦¦ OctSS. THOS. UK1NOMAN.

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Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

POPLAR LUMBER v?HE anderstgned ofll-r for sale SEVEN THOUl| SAND FEET or well seasoned POPLAH LUMUER.at the Mill of Georgo Knepperi penr Hughes' Furnace, at reasonable rites, some of which is joice Scantling, 4 by 4 inches square ami some 3J by 4 inches, and 2 inch Plank, 1 inch, J inch, J inch 13i>aids. Pers'ins wishing to Imy Poplar Lumlirr will please give us a call GEORGE KNEPPER, Jr. UZOnUE KKGPPER, - FebH—2m Ex 'ra uf David Knpp|KT. Deu'd

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Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

PAYfiTTlaVlWtB, SSmi^AAY Bccotunieritluttons from the_ Faculty uf iPnhcetoit ' Vottigei ¦£$&&, ' PitissKToV, N;-'J?^Feh. 26th, 1861.. 'Fhejinilereigne'd iire .h.ippy X» teslily.th.it pupil* of tiie F^'etteville AcjiIcii^, P:n h.ive iniint lined a high sWuling anijii!; the r ' eceiit graduates of ttie College of New Jersey. , ' ' ' • JlMX: AtVCIiEAilt, -"¦ , I'ri'sidentof the G;jllcgp4 JAMES C. MOffr\VI> , Ifrolcssor of Greek..

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Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

FLOUR, FEED, AND PROViSZO^f STORE ^r lHri Fiibscrihers would inform the citizens of IJ Wuynt'sbi.ro', th:it they have opened si Flour, r'e. d ami Provi-ioi> Store in the room formerly oe c ' upu'd by Joseph Price, opposite the resiJeiu-i) ol .I.0IU1 ttcil, wliero tliev W.1II at all times have lor

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Id=187 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

—A4f-rtrr7itl-i-Tf-iit"Tilr hn-r, '¦¦"• " •"•¦¦•"tnl riir-llllly, and purehase.l at the very lowest figure will- an eve to slut tlir wants of this community. llu i, lift-ielore i-nahled to accomni'iil.ite all wl|o miy l ' \* vnr him with a call, in 'qtrinlity,. quality, style and price. No trouble to show gouils. - Country Produce lakin in exchange for goods at the hfghest market prices. v IJy strict attcntinn ti> business and a desirn to plrasu in every respect hi' hopes to merit a continuance of putrouagr. Ol-i. 11 J W. A1ILLER.

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Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

J-iiJNT'S Shawi», AtcIic '^rappers, anu .omei \J roinfuirliil>lerixiu» furisoid r i»th«)iat: :: "' i J ij^ IOSat 18 «nil35couu>er ti"' **** 1 . JP- r»V39. v _ ' ¦;•'¦ >.". -j* ' ~ x - -^:>iQktt\\' l/^f^^^fia^V ; (Ffl IN-- T««iin>|iiai» ' »»' •- , ' . * Kvimii. ' * . ' ¦¦ ^Mlif 8^ -iii0 if .paid in advance, or wlih ' ii ibM!m«W&fcWw& 'ihvtaWMmitthin niontim , liutwithllf »%'*•*»/" ' £':V J ' „ " ADyERTISBMBNTS^Teb'H^/thregiriiiM tionsSI; fur cver^f «UUseiJuferit iiweriidns S5 cents. EF"Patent mpdicine, #n. a tf nMcta aU'e/tuementa title p'a tJ^WMrfe^gl^Mjgg^

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Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

£>ciencv oi' Arm.-iggcrion A BOOK FOR THE TIMES. r riIiIS is acknowledged to be one of the most re-JJ_ in.irkabU of human proiluctions that has ever hei-n ollered to the American people. 'I'he^tyle is chaste and truly eloquent. The subject treated ol is of the most inspiring: "The United States in Prophecy. For tale by J F. KUlttZ. ^¦ivl

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Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

X /SiS XKi&itiitl KXr, K' AKXXfcKtei5XiG2i.r l.JlJLHLltr, g & DiiAi'tiit, a jjg Has constantly for tale a fall assortment of ^ l H OOODs ' /ur Gcntlontn's wart. S ^ IS^i. ntest City Fashions always on hand.J^i g Wai/ncsliuro', I'a.. ' ^

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Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

BACK AGAIN/ G. I). PRICE in firms his cu->toinera.aml:4lie 4 pubiil: generally that ho has remove J his Uarlicr Shop t.) tlio ifasenieut of Mr. Kuril's Hutol, 1 ' oTinerly occupieil by him an-a Burbur Shop, wliero he wiH_Sliavr, Cut, anJ Dress Hair an han-tiifurr( Give him a cull. - Nov. 23—If.

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Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

6000 Rails for Sale. fTTHE iub*crilicr ina .now on h»nd 6000 goad X CHESTNt'T , JSAU.9 which, b» will dii]w oi on reasonable tejju. Alw—one good R<)AD WAOOK. ; -, l/8.FO«NBr, . Jan3—tf ' • ' ¦ ,- - ¦ " -¦ ¦ . -,;>..• ¦..

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Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

Smoke Stack for Sale rTIHE Mtecriber ha«n heavy Iron Smok. Stick A33 (••et longand 16. inche* ia diameter, which (¦bill dispose of upon reasonable terms.' Post OfficoaddxexB. «nincj f P«. • . - Dec20-»tf , iOHX L. MBTCALE.

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Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

IF job want • fnod chaw or Tobacto, e»ll . at' fine m.tn iiu w nit 11 ho.viiny;. millsriier of all kinos, 'SCIiF.I-;NIN(SS, <gOll.\, SHELLED A.VD IN THE E\K, OATS, POTATOESj BACON AND LAUDi VINEGAR! AlrfO, R re, Wheat and Barley by ihe bushel or in smaller ipjaiuities, and other articles usually kept in such i-stiblishinenis. All Flour and Mill Siull will he sold at Mill Putcts Foit-Cash. - . The highest cash prices paid for wlirat, rye corn nnd oats. DANIEL SMVW'.y, Fcul4-ll VVM.H. FUNK.

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Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862

A NrBOPX wanting anything in the "drug DRESS GOODS* unsurtrascedfcr Beautyi Style aniV'^ua nty Mil at ,.; . -PAKlCPJlieES. v ,, . ¦ T&$$$3%t$ , Wool Delaines " '* "¦ "' "" ¦ - -¦ - ^ • ' ; Uttditfaiihei . ^ ;!,i'-- "]¦"'¦¦;; - - -¦ -:. ••,;.; .... ¦ t^ ' -FictteK'MerrHn),. X:-h'.\ w - . ?.J-y; . ' ' Printed Colittrg, . "'""' CatjlTmcre*, " ' •¦' .. "• ;. ¦ • • ¦ • Maii«-Ahpa£o{ -;:; ' ¦- ¦ • ' ; liivellaCloth," ¦ ¦'¦ -'• ." • Dfbrgci'i ' '"• ' - ; ' • '. , '. Persian Delancs, . . • .; . . : Swiss GiiiBhiini, ' ' • .' '" . Ladi*s Wotil Elastic 8kirts, E xlensjon.Skirls, Aptoii TasSpIs, anil a full assortment of Dress Trimminss, &e-. ' ' r ' • >¦' -' - * ; - "• ¦ GENTLEMEN'S WEAR French Cloth, . ; » Cassimcrs, - - -. " ¦ YcUlingS, ¦ ¦ ¦ ; • -¦; , -; , .- -• - . - ' ¦ --Satinet, -'— - - '- - - ¦ • — '¦ • -• Tweed* JeaHsl

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862

-. ' Webster's artillerj now: got :inlo working order,- and, in . conjunction with the t!hi pago batteries,,belohed forth.a ' most destructive . ' shower of shot and shell.' The infantry cov- - ered, arid displayed both hope andieal shouting vocifetously its they., discharged , their p ieces., .. >, -, ¦ • ,i: .-. - ¦ .. - .• ' - .;.; . .y . . ' .. . . ..Presently an extibitiqn ^ suggestive of confusion , became noticeable in tlie ranks of the er^emy accompanied by a slight I retrograde movement,afld a few minutes afterwards they retreated in.the direction of their camps,without,breaking,their.lines, however.; ^ , ./' Subsequently, the briefest cessation! imaginable transpired, and; after _ a ha ' ranguo b^ their gene'rails,-the rebels' again attacked our force,, who, in .the meantime, had :beep strengthened by beavy irtillery, and » '«® i-. inent of. cavalry. John G. ' Breckinridge c«&marideoV4beir4?ig&tpand^ragg-operated with the centre, while Beauregard...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862

Footprints of the Dead In the history of our lives there is one touching domestic experience associated with the solemn mystery of Death, which is familiar to us all. . When the grave has claimed its own; when the darkened rooms are opened again to the light of heaven, when grief rests gently on the weary head, and the tears restrained through the day fall' quickly in the night hours; there comes a time at which we trace the'farewell journey of the dead over the familiar ways of home by.the household relics which the lost and loyed companion has left to give us. At every point of the dreaded pilgrimage from this world to the next, some traca remains that appeals tenderally to the memory, and leads us on from the 'day when the illness began to the hour that saw the sad separation. The sofa on wn»ih rftstea trie aear one so tenaeny, when the first warning weakness declared itself; the bed never slept in since, which was the next inevitable stage in the sad journey ^ all the li...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862

THE GREAT BATTLE ATPITT8BURG LANDING—GRAPHIC AC , .-; COUNT. [Correspomlcnce of the Philadelphia Press.] Pittsbtjro Landing, April 11. You have been apprised of the great battle at this point. There is one single habitation at this place of celebrity, and no more. Why the spot should be 1 entitled to a name I cannot conjecture. } Pittsbui-L' Landing is situated uoon the west bank of the Tennessee river, between eight and nine miles from Savannah, which is a small town upon the eastern shore, and better known to our readers than Pittsburg Landing. The latter place is some twentytwo miles from Corinth, Mississippi. - For several weeks past Gen. G-rant has been concentrating an immense army here, and had tlie rebels, postponed their attack two weeks General Buell's entire force would have arrived, the two armies would have .uaitcd, and one of the most plendid bodies of soldiers of modern times would have been ready for work of the most formidable character. ' This battle was, unq...

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862

IHIJSOEJXjU.^.jXT- An Inoident of the Embargo. A very touchiug incident of conjugal af¬ fection was manifested on the Nashville railroad, a few months agrt, when the embargo on contraband goods was first put in force, ¦which I will hasten to make known: A gentleman dressed in mourning was seen to drive up to the Louisville depot in a hack, and take from thence a coffin, which he placed in the car. He seemed to be in the greatest distress. His eyes were suffused' with tears, and his face showed signs of the deepest grief. As soon as the cars started, he took his seat upon the coffin, and burying bis head in his hands, commenced sobbing and groaning in the most heart rending manner. The sympathies of the bystanders were immediately enlisted, and they crowded »J round the bereaved mourner. From his passionate outbursts, of sorrow, they learned that the coffin contained the remains of his dear wife—the mother of- his children—the pulse of his heart—the joy^ fhj^prosperity, and...

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862

A ThrillirigtTB««ftatt<j6.- ; -/" : ;: Chapter 1 -1.—Sh'fe stb6*b"6sid5a:tfi^tftBif i withatwreath of rosabnds.npoijjieriiiepxfew upon her back the 1; .'chest kj,nd;of d'idjfe j £& lover stood . beside her with white kids^Klfc* by clean : -^-tfie' last was, twenty. 6ne ytfliSpwIl ' the fust was seven tee trie" ' The <fat£&^B$ was over—:every_ one b.id kissed tbi^ pn3e and'VUhc'd : the young f oSR.4 hippfness^foid danced- and laughed and cried. - :5'hei;Jasf kiss had been given and the last-word , Jwd been said," and the happy pair .had simmered down, and the last guest liadflpd.' '""'' "' * 1f^' * _ m ~ : ~~w^- ' ' i i—' 'ijf&SJj* -^- Chapler 11.—She stood De9tcie 1^^1^ tubfi Wiih? hvr.rad hands,.in- the sucg^a^U at her slip enod feet there lay t aplfe ' qf mrty duds—her husband' stood"bes' ide fr li"eJr»*$liS crossest man- alive—-^He i' "la^p -*B^jjjdM! ^;. : v -:. yenrs oldartd-the fast was, twenbysfiv-«^B|^^^. t:.; ¦ heavy wash; w. as ove...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862

iQsi an omcers, , ana major, 7 captains, and 15 lieutenants. ¦ The J.5th Michigan'lost 300.men. . .. The lii-h, Illinois,, which w:is so.fearfully cut up at Fort Do'rielson, lost 240-killed and wounded. ' ¦ '.; The 57th Illinois lost above.100 killed «nd wou.ided. One of the most efficient scones in the service, Irvin Curren, was killed by a 1 cannon ball. . ..:. ,^j : . : , Maj..Gen. Grant conducted the,, battle upon Suaday jn an intrepid mariner. "When the retreat took -place, 1 hcrallic'd Ks men by eloquent appeals to their patriotism, assuring thejm that reinforcements would surely arrive; :i ' " " ¦-'•" • ' '-?¦ ' ' ' The firing upon" the' rebels *bj the gutfboats"was the ' most opportuneJJBvent of tho battle. " The . whole of our arnjy .-would, itu tholr flight, hay« plunged, down the " bank ' s into the river, '"or"been bagged. < S& prisoriersr - I-ha've secn ; wnat' 1 artf-said^ltf'be the»re-' mains of A. Sidnoy ' Joliirsforif,^ ;neypr saw him, and therefo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862

i* *c .¦i* * B*yflPTr^Lj?-/ih-1 ^^- m LET'S TAJL8 THE WORLD IS ONE WIDE SCENE. Let's take this world as one wide scene, Through which, in frail, though buoyant boat. With skies now dark and now serene, Together thou and I must float;' *¦' * Beholding oft, on cithnr shore, Bright upots where we should love to stay; Bat Time plica swift his flying our, - < And away we speed, away, away. Should chilling winds And rains come on, We'll raiae our-nwning^gainst-the-ahowV Sit closer till the storm is gonp . And smiling, wait a sunnier hour. And if that sunnier hourshoujd shine. We'll know its brightness cannut stay, But happy, while 'tin t'ine and mine, Complain not when it fades away. So shall wo reach nt last that- Fall Down which life's current all mii-t go The dark, the brilliant, il.-stiiied all To sink into the void helow. Nor e'en that hour shall want its charms, If, side by side,still Fond we kerp, And calmly, in each other's arms Together link'd, go down the stcop....

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