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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

i ortc r i8 pertonuing provoyt doty in town. The orderly depoTtuient of our, troops is a convincing proof to the population that our object is but a mission of peace, and that the. Secession leaders Uuvebeeti guilty of gross misrepresentation- and duplicity .towards them. All tho churches whose pastors arc not in the Secession army arc open to-day, and the town wears the appearance of a Northern country Sabbath. ¦ s . - —«•? — - _ . Despatch from Gen. Halleok. Washington, April 29.-^The following was recently received in this city : Hradq ' rs Dkpartxiekt op MisstssiC Ti, ) 1 . PiTTSBURa, 'fenn. ' , April 18. j To the Hon. B. M. Stastos Stcrrt»ry '1l'f War;' Sir : It is the unanimous -opinion hero that Brigadier Gea. W. T. Sherman saved the fortune of the day on the 9th v aud contributed largely to the glorions -victory of the 7th. lie was in the thickest of the tight on both days, having had three horses killed under him, and being surrounded - twice. I respectfully request-tha...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

"Rthel Report of the Capture' of Mw Orfeatu. v. FoRTit^a Monroe, Apr. 27. To the Hon. Edwhi Af. Stahion. SccrrUry of War: A fugitiyatilaclc, justarriired from Portsmouth, brings the Petersburg Express of yesterday, which contains,the following despatch: ¦ . ' ¦ .. -' ¦ Mobile, ^ Apr ; 2&.—Tho _enomy passed Fort Jackson at 4 o'clock yesterday morning. When the news reached N. Orleans the ex¬ citement was bouudless. Martial law was put in full force, and business was completely suspcudeil.. All tbo cotton and steamboats excepting such ns were necessary to transport coin, ammunition, &o.j were destroyed. At 1 o'clock to-day the telegraph operators bade us good-bye, saying that the enemy had appeared before the city. This is the last we know regarding the fall. W r e will send you the particulars as soon as they can be had. The negro bringing the above reports that the rebels have 2 iron-clad steamers nearly completed at Norfolk, and that it is believed that the Merr...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

"A little hoy, only 12 years old whose mother lives in Woodburn, returned last week from Pittsburg Landing. He was a drummer in n company of which his father was a lieutenant. His name is Charley Bl' *». I am well acquainted with the family, having ' been their physician. This boy wont through the wholo of the Donelson fight, and ¦was engaged daring the two days of that at Pittoburg. His fattier was wounded in three p laces, whilst he had his clothes pierced with bullots, and blood once slightly drawn from about tKe knee. His drum was shot entirl y away! The" little fellow's gear looked very rastv. and his eirlish face was tanned as dark as ohooholate. Hia colonel sent hint -home, With four wounded men, - by whom he Gad remained, and to whom he-carried water on the field when the battle raged the.hot~ teat. They say he never flinchod. At Donelflon he got hold of a gun, dropped by a rebel, and fired twenty ruuuda himself, by .borrowing cartridges from the soldiers about hint, lin...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

Foetkkss Monroe, Apr. 28, via Washington.—The flag-of-truce boat to-day took despatches aud letters to the United States prison ere at .Richmond. No Southern papers were obtained, but it was ascertained that they contain no later news . from New Orleans, since the flight of the telegraph operators from that city. The operators attempted to return, but found the city occupied by United States forces. There is no other news of interest, Washinotom, Apr. 28.—The fallowing has been ' received at the War Department: Fortress .Monrok, Apr. 28 Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary of war: The news of the occup;ition*bf Now Orleans by our forces is continued to-day. No further news. JOHN E. WOOL, Major General. mi'ii'iiE nniitt nii,r, us;

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

: : jchn b. wool. The Bejwrt Cmjimiect. Headq ' Ss, Bapbahansock, April 27,1802 To the Han. Bdwis M. Stastos ' Secretary of War: I have just returned from the camp opposite Fredericksburg. I was told tnat the .Richmond Examiner, of the 26th, had been received in towii^nnoncing as follows: "Xew Orleans Taken—Great Destruction of Property, Cotton, ami .Steamboat* - £Jnongh Steamboats tjavetl to Carry, Away tin;. Ammunitiwi—— Great Consternation oj the Inhabitants." IBVIN McDOWELL, Maj. Gen. L ATEST FRO M N EW ORLEANS The City Occupied by Cnited States Forces.

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

8pty*g JW?«wy. -^? ec adwtkewent of Mrs. HotuSBTOaot. ¦ x V '$$ . - -Jjlff fet io the . Waoa$. ^ " '" . ^iB&jtogffiina, V** April 2f—tested day aft*rnooii|:th8 piek&ta i>f Colonel itonnellys brigade, stationed eight miles hdnet- , on the Gordonsville road, were attackett by a large force of Colonel Ashby 'ft rear, guard and driven back^ ¦ - ..-..>; .- . ¦] tTr .. f One man, named Isaac Seeley, of the Forty-sixth Pennsylvania Bogimbnt, Wai killedj and three others were wounded. . The reserve of the Forfcyisiith .Pennsylvania Regiment and a' section of Hampton's battery" then advanced ; and repulsed the rebels. . ¦ ;„ . ¦ . .. . ' . ' . They retreated to. awood.where several , , . of our shells burst in their very midst. ' A wafeon was seen gathering up and carrying off their deiid hhd wdundod. Owing to the horrible state' of the road between this and Col. Donnelly 's encampment, and the impossibility of for warding him supplies, Donuelly has been...

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

mm* mm — Fresh as Morning-plnrifiK, beautiful as tiio Spring day, cheap as snufR Oh! ye fairjiortion nf Creation! doyo wnnt Silks that glistert on'BtioAa-WAf, Delaines, of every hue of the.Rninbow^Hima-Inyas, mottled and printed like fairy fields; Moilenns, Balznrincs ' , Mozambique's. Deheges, &c, &c, thnt would woo by their dcauty the Genii of the star*? — WALK UP TO THE COTJVTER ! Our Lawn* of softest tint>?. Chintzes sparkling likodew ilmps, Ginghams bri g ht ns Venus, with our Magic RufBingg, Coll-.m, Sj|k e fr:iui)tlets, B;ilm»Ml Skirts, Head Fascinators and Morocco;Satchels which will duck you out in ethrrial w^nJor, and coni|iel the admiration of the Gent.-!—We will insure i' GENTLEMEN, Yon are not forgotten!—Not nil rtiiit is beautiful belongs to the Ladies; li>r blvus their hearts, they love to sco thu 'JeiUH in splen.fid array! CLOTHS fresh from France, and C:mniiucre* sleek as mirrors, fanny »u the Ramiy-eye; with Vestings of a style...

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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

m® urn mm i Should you ask me, should you wnmler,. „ Where to buy your Stoves and Tinware; I would a newer, I would te.ll you— ¦ • '¦Go unto the fine new -store ruom Where the Big Red Horn, the sign in; There's the best Cook 3tovet and Tin-ware, All sold cheap by U. B. Kumell." ll' ' wrn Hie &)iig of Hiawatha. <<B HE undersigned informs the public in genera y| nnd erpecially tliose of Inn cuatmnera in want of anything in his Ime ut ' buuinrss, that he has completed and is now occupying his new aud extensively enlarged establishment ibr the Manufacture and Sale OF TINWARE. SHEET-IRON WARE, AND STOVES. . Hois now prepared to supply any <lemind fur his Cook Stovt$, general Housekeeping Good* and Kitchen Wart, on such terms as must giva entire satisfaction. offered are of the best and most improved kinds.sml having been tried are acknowledged to be all thai can be dunired as good cookiirs and baker*, and are easily kept clean. ^ *~\ His own masukac...

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

B©. SFRTNG FASUI*>NS, 1852—SILK HATS, FELT HATS, WOOL II ATS, CAPS, &c. tyStraw Hats nil colors and styles, ibrM«n and Buy*. Children's Fancy Straws, great-variety, common Straw*, &c. Wo haw just rulurncii Irom the Extern Cites and believe we have the most ronr ulele. beat selected, and cheapest stock of FA8H- 1ONXBT7B HVl'sJ »'<>r Men, Boys ami Ulniuren, t« be found uuUid* of the Cities. . IJPDEGRAFFS. Hat Makers, . Opposite Washington House, »pr25 Hagenrtown, Md. fi^-Before "Busting" we have visited tho Ejisu-rn Cities, mul just relumed wiib a-MlLMON 8TK\W HATS,'mure or-less, rather less however tiinn morcTiid an equal proportion of Eastern made FKLT HATS, all of which we intend to sell for CS^ UAfH at ••busiinij" rates. If you would f ' aye money buy at the -Fountain -H«'ad,UPUBi*l{-V f'-FS ¦where hais are really in ule l>y bur.tmg hands, in a bursting factory,mi a liurslini! fc.iIp, nnd gold-at t-uch prices an will "burst" all th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

DRY FRUIT: AND at AMUEK8ON, BENE1D1CT & COS. PICKLES. . A L 0 T 0 F Good Ficklss. at AMBEKSON, BENEDICT & CO'S CIITJ3V J'lXTllUES, and ; OIL CURTAINS, «t u AMUEUSO.V, BEXEDICT <k COS ^* • i - A F1JIX ASSORTME\T . " ' . " of ' ' ' . ' TflKTS, MliSUi\S s GIACBiMS . -and. . ¦ ' -. . ' ,.; ¦ OFALJ-DESCiUPriOXS , i. »t AMBEitSON.UBNElWCr <k C»'8 mmmd simeb

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

NEW GOODS! HTBlTiiTI'SJilMEB Iron and Steel, 8hurrln and Spifirn, H"iKfliid Kak.-n, 8jiad<B ami Kurku, Nails. llrail» mid X|iike«, Lnckx, Hinge* nnd Screws, LuU'lies Sinpl.'S and l)»|i«, Oils, paints, Ul:is« mid Vnrnislirs, Mill, Cross-cut and Circular Saws, Hand, Tenon, Web and Compass Sawn, Aug<rs. Auger Bitts, Gimlet nnl Di«v ( II Hitts, docket Chiseln, Kirimr Chisels, Mortising Churlx, Pruning S.iwu. nnd chisels combined. Pruning saws, PJaiitwing Tiowrls, Pointing and (Jardin Trowels, Double ami Kmgle Bill Axe" ' , HalclntH, and Drawing Kniv.>; Whitewash Brushes, Sline, Mmre nnd Horse Brushes, Scrubbing Uruslirn, Cloth, Tonlli, and Paint Brushes Table Oilcloths, Floor Oil Clot 1 -*, Carriage Oil Cloths; Spokes, Felloes, Hulis. Nhirlis7P<-les. Sprints and rule*; Ulark-miiith Ht-I-{oiys, Aiivili", Vices, Hoot Kiiivvs. and ltax|>»; Tulw, Uuchetx, Churns; l(opi>, B:i«kuUi,Br»oins anJ WiihIi U»anli>; Waiters, 'Prajf, Candle Sticks ...

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

aacASi-iaEJEygag. From-Jhe Baltimore Am-e-ricav. of Tuesday FLOUK.—rThedemand for good and choice brands of Howard Street .and Ohio Super continues steady, and the market is finite firm, as quoted on Saturday. Extra Hour is .selling slowly. Shipping and choice re tailing brapds of Howard Street "and Ohio Hupor ore held (it §5 ' .25@5.37Jj uui Extm do. at So.5J@5.62i per bbl. Standard City J>lills Super we quote at $5,124 and Extra do. at $t>,2d per bbl;- Bales reported on 'Change of 30U bbls. Howard Street Super at «5.a7J. and 10U " bbls. City Mills Super at $b.VM per bbl. The> following are the quotations: Howard Street Super at .85-25 (ttj5,37£^ Shipping brands ^Jaftra do, at *o.da@av62J; i'awilj do. «t .«6.2o@0.5a. GRAIN.—Wheat offered changed .hands ut our previous {juotatiooa, .viz:—-compaon to fair 125(g)140 eta. and good to prims do. 150@15» cts. " pcr bushel. Quotations for red Ure noruinal, viz :^-126(^128 cts,. tor lair to prime Peqnsylyanw, aijd 1...

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

Hardware, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE AND CEDARWARE1 ¦ ° o . . HAVING just returned frotn the Eastern Cities he would call the attention of hi* castomers and the public generally to hn - LARfJrE & 5PLENDID ASSORTMENT W GOODS!' . •* Whirh will be sold at extremely Low Prices. Below you will find enumerated a few articles which will bi- found among his stock, to which he invites your attention^ FOR THE LADIES, Silks, Del lines, . • Alpacas,' Printed Challies, Bombazines, / Ginghams, Poplins, -ALSO:- . , Ladies Shawls, Plaid Ginghams, . Brocades, Fancy Prints, Law m, . Uraiges, Linen Handk'la. MEN'S WEAR. Fancy Cas.simcros, Plain ••

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Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

HtMfr Plaid Gingham, Fancy P ^ rinh, Brocades, ¦ ' Lawns. Lustres, . Brdiges, ffl 1 fSffillf S1111181 Can be selected some of^ the handsome(.f stj-lrV of CasKimeres, ' . . ' Mflfseillert, Cloths, ' ' Valencies, Vpstiugs, Grenadines, ' • ' ¦ '• . h'r:.: . ¦ ¦ SUSV3IV.ER GOODS. Denims, Linens •' Tweeds, . ' (' ashmoretti, Jeans, Merino Casaimcres. Tho abor° nro only a few of ths IrpjIinR items, but any article denired in tho dry goods or other departments can bo supplied. A hd " : fu ' ftber; wo have . • v Skeleton and Balm.iral Skirt", Collarn, Sleeves, Linen Hd'kiM, ' Ho-iery, Gloves, ' Sliawis, Ladies' Gaiters, tJauntlcb, " ' Mb! ias, Corsets, Tassels and Cord, blinker's Ribbons', arid Pariso!*,. Rufflingp. Laces, Quillmgs,-He.-nl nets of Chrnille, Cotinterpanestim! (guilts, Murheillos SkirU,

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

SYIT. HOPE STORE I^E unilemipped wo uld inform his customers and the pnhlic generally that he hns just received from Pliilatlclphra a full assortment of Spring & Summer ©ry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queenswarp, Shops, Burrs, Hnts Caps, and all other articles utimlly rrtniled by country merchants, all nf -which will be sold as low itB the same coo.lu can be-purchased elsewhere in the county. The public are invited t» c.ill and em mine his stork. JUH.N M. COOK. Mt. Hope, April 18 IL W. D. 1.EIHLER A NNOHNCE8 lo his friend* and the public x\_ senerally thnt he is now in posaessiun of nil the Inte ond in"»t improved instruinents,and is well prepnrud to perform »H UEN'l'AIr operation«. ile will be happy to wait upon those, who may require the service* uf an»ex|ierienced Dentist. All operations upon the m , nuth' and teeth, performed in a scientific manner. Teeth innerted according lo the latest improvement* in the art, and at moderate rates'. - Office in hit. re.ii.t»...

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

SPRING AND SUMMER Which he intehd»-sBliiinVat very low rates* which he knows he can do tbihe satisfaction of all who will rail and eiamineLnis stocki Below yon will fi^d enumerated a few articles which will be found among his stock to which- he calls your attention. FOR THE LADIES . He lias a large assortment of Dtosb Goods consisting in part of . * • ChallicR, Printed and Plain Delaines, Bl'k, Fig'd and Col'dSilks, Plaid Mohair, bilk Warp Mohair, : r^; - =? r--ji=- ^ JStweRes, ¦ -i=S==?r, - . " . Mfdona Clolh, ""—' ¦" ~ LuTel!a«. " • ' French and domestic Ginghams, Poplins, ' _ Pongee Mixture, Cloth for Ludiov, Wrappings, Gloves, Hosiery, in great variety. GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, Brond Cloths, Black and Fancy Cassimeres, Union CasBimercs, Duck Linens, Cottonades, ' Summer GBntings ^

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Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

'TWi'HSri^WiJ-HOTHIMaHbRE . Uiat joriitjrliti Has received and in daily < receiving fib nverwhel m .' ing stock of goods frorrr iirfflrJS jitertt citlc* Great. has been the impression ihnfall klnd;of rooJs hivrj advanced to enorrr^iippflces; Wt the idea ' will bo immediately diBpellBil by callinrj at tho CHEAP GARNER. ,_ On Main and Cnbmrcli Sis., Where all kinds of Goods—suchas nre below named nnd a multitude of other articlrs ufioally, found in a full house; nevertheless we will namea.iew along with important items: - - ; - '.- ' ,.. Silks, '; " • ''¦' . ' r¦•'• .- - . ¦• AJpaeas} ^><ii Delninca, .• -» Tissueg, , * Parts Lustres, ~ , . Rep ' Dolninps; '-' Ducals; ¦ Printed Challies, Ginghams, ' . Brilliants, ' -,, Fancy Poplins, . • Bombazines, FANCY SPRING •a* -k . .-. .

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

' '¦ '-¦ ¦~«^rt»jBf^kiiyi/l; ; AMBEHSON, BBW^DICT f t CO ' tVAYSBlSkdko; April 18, Wt. BCTTKIt - 15 cen t* Eobi, - ' to *. - Baoos, (Haw) M) " « . (Sidbh) . •>¦ ••. * (SHOBtD*B») ' • " . 7 * , Titiuw, , 8 •« Labd, . 7 '! 1862. AFRIL FIRf*T' o ——WRSON, BENEDICT & CO VJaynesboro ' Fa.

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

tto gueriUia t^itwiU be;trUidiand*hot Gen. Miliroy's aoouts, on the 28il hist. " , attabked the rear guard of the enesiy ten miles eapt of tbe Shenandoaii toountam; the boundary ot this department. They killed 1 lieuttmant and ,2 men, and capture^ a Kent and I man, None of our men were hurt. ¦—The rebel conscripts are deserting in large numbers, swearing Unionism, and returning home. - Reports from Statmton s»ythe enemy's sick" and wounded and large trains of soldiers are passing eastward by a rail. Snow fell eighteen inches deep at Monterey on the 20th mat, • .' ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ __ «£. _ _ Fresh Fish—J. Hpbtecteb, of Oreen castle, will visit this place on Saturday^r Friday of each week with Fresh (Fish during the season. Persona in the country wanting fish are requested to leave their orders with E. TV. Washabaugh.

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

PUBLIC SALE 'I^HE undendgnrd will sell at public sile at her J. resfcleuco in V\'Mjneslioni', on tJ*icaDAY tlie '3rd il«v of May next, * the following projnrty, lo Vfil v QNEBUREAUj Glsn C<iplmard| 2 J.ooking Glawn, 1 long Kitchen Table, 1 Can.llu Stand, 6 ChairsI inuhouaii? 8idt*o.ud; • . . ? .? ONG€»OKIHO STOVE, a« gooi as new, I fn plaie Stove, 1 hirral Copper Kitto ts'gnod nc jien. 1 gallon Co(g«i Kettle, 1 Jron VVufb Kettle, 1 Unking apparatus, ' 1' Sink. 1 Walnut «au-,llHr«c Wool Wheel.l npinning Wlieo), 1 8uhil; 1 ¥Ux Hwkle; I Hogiliead* I Kw. gallon Keg; 1 Map of the United Mtates; a lot uf Tumblers. 4 ~ W«ilen;:l iu» of Jin idi«ot«, « '" lot uf* g1 "" Jin, a kit of;be«r bottles, a U* cr**«., 4. %:J 2 Che*U,» lot 'J'iiinarc. I Marble Stone j of a sard l^uare, 1 Cburn; I cow cbi»n, 1 eh<rrel, I i<pnde, ' t dung fork and many other urticleii bio nurnprous io uentiou. Bale tu coininrnre at 10 Vcloek.ofi said day, wbeo (h« terms " wilt be made'knowa -*...

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