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Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 9 May 1862
| TI iSfToysfot^albat ' Kusrija 1 * X D*cS« '80 ^ - ^'t' n tions $lt fr»:e»«fjr^absikttiHk1^^.#^^i' :f ^L^t ^ M( ^sjM'' 1itti* i asMilM liilli' mmmm * " . rflltfi soWcriber would Jnfarm the ' dttieiisfof ' X Wayrie»boro' and theiutiblte: %S-^h0HSM*' lnTncortnbShoemakiligbSliiettV^ ihe tt of Kurtjs's Hotel ' Wjbqtt* n«! wi^l ^ st. «1|: »ImeSj»e in road!ne»s to acoomiitoihite those whonwj give-hlin a call. 1 . ¦ V . -i¦¦• ¦' ¦ ¦ ¦' -•V.1 j ^"- --' . »'t-,;.-.'1 ¦ '- ••¦ , ; - ¦ '¦ ¦ /-flpats v /krib:sii«JfiSl[i^'f-:^^-; made to brd«r> *)n ihorf notice, of the'best mateiwir andupi.rt the must rtasoiwWetefftsr ' f&-.- -v'^'-/ ¦ Oct«5( : 5 ? ¦ • ? -*¦ ;.' ¦¦< ) Taos.W8*NfliiAN. ¦>¦ ¦ }
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
¦ • ' •'" •' • < fciteExeuse; <¦ ¦?¦ < -~w^ . ¦< .-. ,The 8e6essidniHt8, i.when atteroptingvto ex-. phin the:cause of tho ;tBtreat of . the, rebel array*om Yorktowri, oicusd ' their ' taking the backward track upon the ground that tnoy " ' werc ' repeating; froin ^ the :wafer to/.es(iape:tlie effebta oi'the'batt€fry;af., .ri>e / CTi}- boats, which wehadin the .York river, This is paying but a poor compliment u> the tebel Honomlo otinmiiiir ; if f.riifi that tliev'hiid O \jreuerUU| HUUWlUgj U tiuo t vuav tuoj «c«m« dv WliBn is^^it;!^ w fai&fiti &K&i it; begins, to ro>t, ^--i'-"- f £<> ¦ << ¦ =? * *&: +n f ASVit.; , & ^ -\- > - 5'J «..-,v n,W(.f»V.i«Rtl o7,. ,' AW>) ^' an'Tn1S>^it^ri5Ki nrorTr^^ calise it is adeartittl^Oiifitf. * ~" .--.^Wi'f : . .What fish have their eves li'turVst togelh er? Th6 siiiaHest.:' '¦• -'"?% .f^ W* Tnv : ,Whon Js a...
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
- ..:... APortuiiate Wria. ; : The following; pretty littlo story is narrated by FredeeikalJremer ^ who vouches for i<s truthfulness: . ! . . , In the University of Upsula, in Sweden, lived a young student, a noble youth, jrith great love, tor studies, but jvithout the means of pursuing them, . He was poor, and without connections., Still he studied, living in .great- poverty, but keeping a cheerful heart, and trying to look at the future, which looked so grim at him. His good humor and excellent.qualities made him beloved by. his young comrades. One day he was standing on the square with . aome of ifafiBL, prattling away an hour of leisure when the attention of the young men became arrested by a young and elegant lady, who, at the side of an elderly one, was slowly walking over.the place. It .was the daughter of the. Governor, of tJpsula, living in the city, and the lady was; governess. She was generally known for her goodness and gentleness of character, and looked at w...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
Don't Hurt Thdfn. Since the firing of the first gun at Fort Sumter there has been secretly forming a "don 't hurt them" party. The members of this orgrnization have not heard of the murder of the intrepid Ellsworth at the hands of the rebel Jackson, at Alexandrian as he planted the stars and stripes above the rebel standard. They do not know that the brave Winthrop was! 1 carried from the field of the Big Bethel fight, a mangled corpse, but/a willing martyr to the cause of freedrrfif-— They have not learned that Lyon, the lion hearted hero of the West, offered up his life that this Union might be perpetuated, one and indivisiblg+jis left by our fathers. The men composing the "don't hurCiheiu" party fail to understand that the noble hearted Baker, of Orgou, was murdered by rebels leagued against our country's honor, or that Lander fell a victim to the horrible wounds received, while urging his brave legions against the enemies of our common country. What is it * the "don't hurt...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
Stop the Runaways. Ban away on Thursday night last , says the (Md.) Uvion, from the city of Richmond in the Province of Virginia, a set of. indentured apprentices to the Cotton Manufacturing business. Said apprentices were unruly, disorderly, impudent and disobedient to their kind hearted, good old master who is known throughout the civilized world: as Uncle Sam, auJ being well satisfied that they could never attain the high places to which they aspired as long as Uncle Sam, who knewjthem thoroughly, was .at the hoad of affairs, they secretly conspired, together for the overthrow of his Government, and strove to make "Cotton their King." They succeeded in dcluJing many, and fiuall y met it* what they called Congress, in tlie city above mentioned, but on the said'night having business an h supposed, in another direction, aud without the leajl apprehension on account of the appearance of the undersignod beforo Yorktown, they suddenly left for parts unknown, without bidding their...
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
B&XS OXZXaX«.£LSa"S" TOUCHING INCIDENT In the campaign of Napoleon in Russia , while tuo Freuch army was retreStitigTrom Moscow, there lay iii a pour low cottage, in a little village , uu invalid boy. This Village was exactly iu the coarse of the retieatiug army, and already the reports of its approach Had reached and excited the terrific inhabitants. In their turn , they begau to — make preparations for retreat; for they knew ^Ujerc was no hope for them from the hands ^f Uhe soldiery, seeking their own preservatigj^nd who gave no quarter. Every one iriin»^ d the strength to fl y,¦ fled; some tryj 0 ., uTtfflrp^Kith, them their worldly goous, soine to concuil IJlOIH^Jh ^ totievillage was - last being deserted. Tty^^BMMPWSa ' eod in wagous, and the young .^jp^^S" ' fauiilies away with them. / > -&" ' Hut in ths^ little cottage there was none of this bustle. The poor crippled boy could not move from his bud. The widowed mother haJ no relatives or-frien...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
Speak well of your Neighbours. H ow prone we are to speak lightly of our neighbors or acquaintances : ib' abflcncel"With what apparent delight db we dwell upon some little error, or misspoken word, and laugh at their expenco ; Oh, ; if we would only think we would feel ashamed of the meanness of turning intoridicule, the foibles, or. woakness of oilr-fellow" being." Brow strange it ^ eeems that often the most intimate friends who are all sidilesjind caresse^ whe o, together, should speak Hghtly and ; depreciatingly of each other whea among others of the.r companions just for the sake of amusement! and yet they are bfiten really fond of each other, and would willingly make some atig htTBaijrifica were it neceBsary-loWaohothers comfort and welfare. Strange iticonsistancv! and vet we see this id every day life. Oh,if we would only think with what acute pain we are filled when told of some sarcastic observation coneerniog ourselves Then-let us be more charitable towards our neig...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
Wo walk among them, and scarce can sea Through the miiUl of blinding tears, There are gems or beauty, cankered l>y rust t And rarest jewels covered with rust—The treasures of vanished years. There nre faces, and voires, bnd glances, anil songs Bung ill lil»'V early day ; Tlirre's j lather's hltn-ing, a mother's prayer—••Gitd mive my child!"— as she breathed it there, And gently |iass«-d uway. There's a houfe liy the brook, with its rusty porch, And the flhaily elm* at the ilodr; There are childn-n » voices, thai sung there with glee. And on«—oli! how sweet was the melody, fcru death swi |>t the liurp-slring o ' er! Then-* * the mcruiow-palh wheie we loved to walk W Inn th« toil til tlie tiny was o'er, # With no one liesiile us. Oh ! liovv we yearn Fur the L.vcdand ItitAleaJ who may not return, Wild Bmili'B to greet us mure! Oh ! many nml rich are thr treaeurrs that lie ln-Itu uiefyVsecrel cell! And vuici'B rome i»>uiidiiig sad anil low. J'ri.m the t-hiwly re...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
FOBTIOAZi TflE fllliDBii OP iOJIBT. • -^ -— Oh ! many and rich are The treasures that Ho In Memory * " im gic hall! And a light frotmlie dim old Pan), coming down Thrnogh'the misty night, is aronnd them thrown Ami glimmers upon them.all.
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
A mrouF hearts confess, for ever All our joy on earth is pnst* For rvrr !—what a world of feeling Lien within those simple wonlrt—'j'o tlie raptured s^ul revealing All that life of Mis* aff.inla. Hut. nln*! cVn while they linger Wn the li|« we hold so dear, I'uie iloth lift her warning finger . Training us that change is near. For ever!—'tis a dream of heaven ! Such as none on earih ran know For tiue h.ippinesB in given Kelt to any here Im-Ioit. Out beyond this world of sighing Kralms there nre nf peace and rest Where in love and joy undjing We fi>r ever shall be Mexl!
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
troyed from eight to ten millions worth oicotton ond shipping. ' . Our loss is 30 killed nnd 153 wounded. The enemy lost from 1,000 to 15,00, besides several hundred prisoners. The way is now clear and the rebel defences destroyed, from the Gulf to Baton limigc andprobably Mmphis ! Our flag waves triumphantl y over them all! I am the bearer of despatches. (Signed) TiiEODOUUS Bailet, Captain, and . second in command of tho attacking force, isf the gunboat Caynga. CAPTURE OP NORFOLK. Official Report of Ganeral Wool. Washington, May 12.—The~ following was received at the War Department to-day: Fortress Monroe, May 12,1862. To the Hon. Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War: , On the 9th of May (Friday afternoon); I organized a ibrce to march against Norfolk. On the 10th of May, (Saturday morning,) the troops were tended under the direction of Colonel Crane, at Ocean View, 'and commenced * to march ' towards Mansfield and Weber , : who -proceeded on the direct route, by way of Tanner's ...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
¦Attv. \*+. ¦ \ ^C, ,».:.:f '.' . ¦' ?¦ • «¦? ¦:>'¦ «3 W «. ^si * : ^ •* . ' ' .¦/ i; . '^ : . ' S'jiv . ;\' ' ¦ ,'" ¦ ¦¦ ' ' ,.•¦ 'WAYKrawBoncyr / .I:: r»l«toy, Moy 10, ts€g - - ^¦J«rtj)feif 4f,vV>' '-V-'"- ¦<. i ^-—v-j ,i . ', i ^^^PJ . J^ ^ Whm lirtathen th» foe but forftefore u«, Wiih Freedom' * toil fu-nentV"' %». Ami Freedom's tanner *ii*nining o'er out Wood.—We want * few eordB of df^r Wood. Patrons who promisod to supply ua will confer a special favor by attending to the matter soon. _^ Xotire.—We direct utlontion to the card of Jlr. Andbew Sthealy in anothor columtj. Another Live Rehel.—X hoary-headed old Rebel from Mercersburg, visited this place a few days Bincc. From his convarsa* tion wo judge him to be a ""Knight of the Qolden Circle." We presume Iiq called on some of the brethetu who don' t take tho—Record. .. - nm—- Glorious.—Norfolk, with its Navy Yard nnd Workshops is ours without a ' struggle; the Mctrimac is no mure; the advance of Mc...
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
A Counterfeit.—Tho Baltimore Sun of Friday last says that we were shown yesterday a note purporting on its face to be a ten dollar Hagcrstown Bank, bill hut which , on Examination, proved to be a genuine note of that institution-of the denomination of one dollar, but altered, to a ten. The transfer of the figures is very clumsily. executed, and any one, by a casual glance, can detect the intended fraud.—Herald. : —•*••* 3 ~ J8@~The Government has under considers* tion the disposition of the money appropriated for the colonization of tho freed negroes of the District of Columbia. It is believed that attempts will bo*made to open negotiations with some of the Central American States, with the object to secure a tract of land for the purpose of settling the blacks. . ~ ¦ -m«»«- J@-Since the fall of Norfolk, and the destruction of the 0 Merrimac, the noble little Monitor and the gunboats have gone up, and will aid in the attack on Richmond , which has probabl y been made ere this. ...
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
Gen. Bragg makes an Attack on fame's Division—lieaureijard Reinforced by Gen. Lovell %cith 80,000 Men— The Rebels Repulsed. Cairo, May 11.—The steamers Courier and " City of, Altou arrivod here this afternoon from Pittsburg Landing, with news up to Saturday, afternoon, up to which titus no general engagement had taken place. On Thursday, the Second battalion of the Seventh Illinois Cavalry, under ttommand of Major A p^ lington, accompanied Gon. Paine from Fnnnington on a rcconnoissanco of the enemy 's position.' When about 2 miles " out, the scouts, who had been sent in advance, came back and reported a force of rebel infantry were lying in ambush in the Woods on both sides of the road lending from Farniington to Corinth. After a consultation the Foderal force advanced for the purpose of ascertaining the rebel strength. They wero surrounded, but succeeded in cutting thoir way through the rebels, who—had—fonnod—in-the-road,-and making their way back to. camp, bringing off the bod...
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
Tlio news of tho unparailolletl victory of; McClellan on the peniiisula is.bping received. . Our forefathers defeated and captured tho British tyran s on this same field, and their;- sons, inspired by their heroism, and contending for the liberties transmitted ta, them*by, these illustrions men , have- emulated their example. McClelliin will march his con-, rjuering army ioto-Richmond in » very short time. Th.ere-is.no longer any.disposition to- , criticise or condemn, In, this hour of vie- , tory, it becomes loyal men to sink all differ- , ences—to remember only thjo ¦ heroes who, fk'ht for, our fins, nnfl . to oppose, ouly thoso . . who assail it'. . Gen. MeCIellan may havo. much- bitter work before him; and now that he has let loose the ministers of -war , ho will, undoubtedly discharge, it with full efficiency. This wonderful achievement w;as almost tv .,' Pennsylvania achiovteui^nt. Thousands of*' the sons of the Keystone State- participated* in this battle. McClellan is a ...
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
any mate %n ichicn slavery exists, irfticft snail detmfit to initiate a system of Constitutional ejjianeipation. 4. liesolaed, That we deeply sympathize with all loyal citizens nnd Christain patriots in the rebellious portions of our country, and we cordially invite their co-operation in offering united supplications at a Throne of Grace, that God would restorb peace to our distracted country, re-establish fraternal relations between all the States, and niako our land in all time to come the asylum of tho oppressed, and the permanent abode of liberty and religion. 5. Resolved, That our devout thanks are duo to Almighty God for the success which has crowned our amis, and while we praise and magnify his name for the help and succor he has graciously afforded to our land and naval forces, in enabling them to overcome our enemies, we regard these tokens of his divine favor as cheering indications of the final triumph of our cause. «.«^ BgjyGovornor Johnston, of Tennessee, has issued...
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862
its cause, unnatural in its chnracter, intimnan iu its prosecution, oppressive in its aims, nnd destructive in its results to the highest interesti of inomlitv and religion. 2. Resolved, That in the suppression of this rebellion, and in the maintenance of tho Constitution and the Union by the sword, we recognise an unavoidable necessity and a sacred duty which the Government owes to the nation and to the world, and that therefore, wo call upon all our people to lift up holy hands in prayer to the God of ba.ttl . es, without personal wrath against the evildoers on tha one hand, and without doubting the righteousness of our cause on the other thnt lie would give wisdom to the President and his counsellors, rind success to tho army and navy, that our beloved land may speedily be Jelivored from treason and anarchy. 3. Resolved, That while wo recognize this unhappy way as a righteous judgement of (Jod, visited upon us because of the individual and nationul sins of which we have been ...