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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

THE DRUMMBRBOY BY ANNIE 8. DOWNS. The whole city was wild with triumph nt ' . the-victoriei* of Fort Donelson and ltoanokc. (Jheer after cheer weot up at th* exchange, . and people were jostling each other in the thronged streets, and instead of begging pardon, would burst into-a shout for.tha.old flag. "Woman that I wax, as I hurried home in the twilight of that gl -rious day. I hail to hold my muff close-to my mowfli. to prevent my Voice from swelling the great thanksgiving. Turning the corner of my own street, I was <^Hstonislie<.l to sec that my parlor was brillinnt-Iy'ftj . Fl'itacLjsnd through the- curtaitis I like-¦wise ' saw tiguvciT\nbving vapidly. I ran u>j) the steps and soon discovered fhe- reason. for as 1 opened the door alt my own children and. several of my neighbors' rushed with great sweep inta the hall, and for a moment. I wits nearly stunned with, their cheers for the-fort, the soldiers, the Stars'and Stripes, etc. At fast, at " the v...

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

a mile Q.—Wfto is the tcitsest man t A.—Governor Wise—for ho hiis that discretion wliich is "the betteT pai'L oi sitlm^ . Here is a "reddiug Ussoa" from the same adinirablo work:— LESSON FIRST. lhe Smart Dlcle Boy. Oncothere was a lit-tlo boy, on-l y Sjur years old. His name was Dix-y. : His fathor's name was I-sham, and his moth-cr'a was AH-shain. Dis-y was ver-y smart. He could drink wJiis-key, fight chick-ens , play pok-er, and- cuss his motli-er. When lie Was on-ly two years old, - he- could steal su-gar, hook pre-serves, drown kk^tens, and' tell lies like a man. Dix-y died and went to the bad place. • But the Dev-H would not let Dix-y stay there, fbr he s ' aid: "When you get big, Dix-y, you would be head Dev-il yourself." All lit-tlo Rob-els ought to be like Dix-y, nnd so they will if tfioy stuJ-y tlie Con-fcd-eT-atc Prini-er4.' ( «_ ' c ——— --—»^-~v ' —- -- ' Musio before thje Battle.. The battle of Pea Ridgo^Arkansas, wjueli settled the fate of Southern Missoufi7~n...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

The Effect yVe confess that no event of the day has graitfied us more than the fact that President Liiicolu-'s emancipation message adopted by both branches of Congress, has in. a great measure, allayed and quieted the 'clashing elements that hnd arisen to divide the Northern people on the slavery question as affected by the -rebellion. -Those who were iir favor of the forcible and unconditional abolition oi'slavery by tt^ CUw ennncnt, and the arming of the slaves, have abandoned that extreme ground, and perceiving in tho President's proposition the meet satisfactory solution of the difficult problem, witnout departing in the least from the Constitution by which it is the duty ofitllto abide* they gave their cordial, sanction and support to President Lincoln's wise doctrine and policy. The more conservative Republicans—those who seem to number in their ranks the President himself—of oourso heartily approve and endorse a proposjfeioH, go. eminently correct in princip le and so ...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

Tearless Eyes. • "God shall wipe away all toara from their eyes." The expressioa is . one- of exquisite tenderness. and beauty. The poet burns said that he could never read this without being affected to weeping,—Of oil the negative descriptions of heaven, there is no one perhaps that would be better adapted to produce consolation than this. . This is a wovld of weeping—a vale of tears. . Who is there of the human- family that has not wept over the grave of a friend, over his own losses and cares * over his disappointment, oyer the treatment he has received from others, over his sins, :over the folies, vices, and woes of his fellow-men?—And what a change it would have in our world, if it could be said that henceforward not another tear would be shed, not a head would ever be bowel again in grief! Yet this is to be' the- eonditiou of heaven. In that world there is to he ho pain, no disappointment, bereavement. No friend is to lie in. dreadful, agony, on a sickbed: no-grave-is to ...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

Good Breeding: There is nothing, more diihimlt to attains or nercssary to possess, ' " than " perfect- good brcoling, which is etju.iliy inconsistent wrtii a^stiff formtflttj', air impertinent forwardness' and awknr^baslirfalaess; -A little ceremony is sometimes necessary; a certain 1 • degree of firmness is^absolutely »o, and, an. awkard nitfde3ty is ox ' trcniefy unbecoming. In miked companies, whoever is admitted ' tb fetq' part in thorn, is, t'uf the . time at-least, supposed to bo upon .a footing of equality with the rest, ahd,coHsc<juentiy ^ eiTery,one .claims, and very jnstly, ovory marlc of' civifity ' and good breeding. 'KaseisaflowedY' botcarc'. lcssne3saDd- nogligfjoce, aretstrictl y fbrbid-;' den. There is nothing BOilittl^ibrgJven *» a scciuiug inattentioji to tbe,pdrson ,,who is ple^whop-while you are speaking to thejn , instead of looking, at and atWnding to yon, fix their eyes.upon the ceiling.or' some other part of. the room, look out i*t ,the win'low , l...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

it we^^pt^enc^t ^A^nold^heie^T y^ w^is a If orthern man who was fit to couiuiand f. if yo* would give him a ' chance to ruii^— ' Like cowardly boys, tfhen pent upon a ship-" board without chance for oscajjo , they gather courage from despair, and fight desperately-. But with ninety nino ^ Jforthern inen in a hundred, on,all occasions, ttaty^lioijo'r,. and patriotism has.'eyer I'beii cofistdered'H ' more mat-ter of profit'stnd loss- '-Since the days of Washington, they have ovejf deemed that course of conduct,. by which.most monmidc and st risk ^ i^ )<w.. iu ' cufrccl, 'the ir iost virtnouS ami librtora))lb ' ' ¦ ' •" ' They will notr c6me:to Wasliingt6n ,' theycan not be hand cuffed and driven .toiViisliii gton, if we will onl y pre . ccde them ,,and hit, them see that they will -Have-to fSglili for-j^loryand nnt i' oi' spoils 'and '' plunder/' OtrrW satisfy, them that tluJre is no money: to - begot by invadiug t)ic .Sot»ih-, "and ;HO,po. srcr, onearth \in-lnsfi artif kic...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

Xhb Lower. Class. 5 —Who aro they;? The toiling millious, the laboring in.en,and women, the farmoY, the" mechanic, the artf«r, the producer ? Far froih it. :i The^o are tetare's nobility—^God's fitvorites—^fhe salfi'of the earth. - No matter whether they arehigfi or low in station, they,-are the .: (t uppei] circle ," in orcief o f nature;' whatever t iacittous distinction' of fashionable -soil<?i ty; Ifc is not low, it is the-, hfgKesfdutjft privilege, pleasure," fofthe • great; men ami wholesouled women t» earn wli t .they posseSs, to .wofk their way through life ,.to be architeeb of their own foTtnno:' " Sonia 'jnay remark tho classes we h»ye alluded to a^ 6ns ly relatively- low, and in fact, the, oiSldlel classes. . JWc insist .thpy ar^^bsolutoly the, re . ry highast. Is there ' a " class of lium.'ja beings on earth who may' ptoperjy'^e' derfoniP' nated low! If so: it-is cmhposed-Tof : tKose Who continue wi.th.olnt,-.'pr«»ducirigj. who disaipate the earnings of their ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

FOZETIOAXj. BETTER LiTB THAN NEVER Life is a race where some succeed While others are beginning; Tis luck in some, in others »peel, TH3tTgnfBB-Tin-enTl3M*iniuiii-J_^__ But if you chance to- £>ll behind,. Never slack your *n<Jea»or ; Just keep this welcome truth in mind 'Tis better late than never. And if yon keep ahead, "tis well, But never trip yi>ur nfiighbor; Tis noble when you caiv 'j ccel Uy honest patient labor; ^ But if you are out>-tri|i|ieil nt last, Press on as !>ol<t as ever; Rcmcmliir, though,yoo-nro surpassed, - "I'ls better late than never. IfpVr )»bor foi- nn iUJc bnnst Nor victory o'er another; But while you strive your ult<>rtnost, ljeal tnirly wild a brother v Where'it your elation, do yi ur bestt Anil hold your purpose ever}- Aim if you tail to bent the rest, 'Tis better late than never. Choose well the pnth in which-you sun Succeed by noble daring, Then, though the last, wh«n 'Us won,, Your ciown i...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

- We sinned againT ^ ~~—r- =- - : \ - ' P - - " " ' 4 Thy purse to mend ' Old Floyd at{«m?.. . ;... - L. . ,_ . , .... .^. , Abe Lincoln bold , . Our ports doth hold. D. Jeff. Pavis tells a U^i ^ And So must you ami 1. Brave Pillow's flight - ' la out of WgTrft ¦ 11. ," Baell doth play, . And after, slay.. . " •' ¦ ' 6. ' ¦ ' ¦ , . Yon Oak will be the gallows treo .i;, , Of Richmond's fallen majesty. . _ The following are taken from tlje "Siographical Questions'and Auswcra ' fbr little children:"— ' ¦ ' Q.— Who was the ' first man? ¦ ¦¦ ' ¦ ; A.—General Pillow—because he was the Jir&t to riuiogrfroni-lfortDonelBon. , Q.— Who is the strongest man? ..- " .,, A.—General Price fo .r you can swell him

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

Depend on Yocrskm'.—Most young men consider it a great misfortune to be born pool", or not to havo capital enough to, establish themselves at rheir outset in .lite,. in a good business. This is a mistaken notion. So fcr from poverty le ' ng- a misf.jrtune tn thent, if we may jurlge " from what we es-ory day behold r it: is jeally. a blessing. The chance is more than ten to one,/gainst him who. starts yiith- plenty- -of-woney. > tot any one loiik - Kack- twenty yours, awd sec who beg-.iu,;busineas . at thqt. tinre, vjthT; abyndunt moaiiS i an ' d. traco;t]i«n;do^ik,tq ,t|ve.. present djy 5 hqw many cftbote-noV boas ' 1 of wealth and BfcthcTfrig? ¦ Oa-tho coniritryi lioWmttriyhave-becomo poor, lost their p laces in. socie ty,.nnd are passed by their own: boon', comp anious with s»-, look- that ^p lainly saya, l; I know yo» noti'R ¦ •.: "V. ' .„. . ' . -, - -.. - _ r 't ' .->-.— ' ¦^- ' ~*r»r* ' ~~- ' ~.<?' ' ¦ ' .. \ f.i V \ TOho . . ^PQctdri^ -^aidin joRtloni...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

Parson Brownlow daring the delivery of one of his characteristic speechesrin Cincinnati, declared that the time had arrived to commence the ¦ hiingins: of rebels. .Pow, Jer and ball wore too dignifying in , . their- death, influences, while cold oteeLeeemed to send tlie tniitovs.irito tho . Dtbj§} iwovld with a; sort ai'.eelat they .did ..not. deserve. , The chvtl mndd more: warmly.,. tc«?ro»i«;_<Aci ' r /i-lewh, tlie .traitor*, if.lt&Kati' perntttfeiltti :,rect^iuxe t tluiinbi/r't/ie vwrfifi of-a reftcfHt.fheir, necttp., Thfsis just as certain as that there is adoy:-il,.and'therofore, ill.justice,:to.the..seces.sio,r»- ists, it is time that. the federal, autuuritie* commence hanging.; ...; ;. ' - ^ , ...,• ¦(' v Ono. of our gmallestJ^ueinos. -* men—a liYtle 1 bit cif a.f(illpw~at. the: dinner.:<iiibb-of the* linird Iluiiso at this .place, a'few ^ays. ago " , was^okingly pft>posftng"nwrTitige: t6 : tt-great Itig ftirVi'timen; ': ab6ot sl< tini...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

ot Mtis. ii. ii. sigoi;bnk\ Life is beautiful—its duties Cluster 'round each |inssing.tlny, — WWe-thw-s»M«*J«a-aaljiiuaJCttUSa Wnrn to watch— tc work - to pruj They alone its blos«ings forfeit. Who by sin their spirits cheat, Or to slothful stupor yielding, Let the rust their anntw cut*. Life is lieautiful—affections Round its roots- witlu ardor cling, Slit) ils opening b'ossiwns iit-Mle, Uinllike in its brunches sing, Smiling lull its cradle slumbers, tiuurt] with pride its youthful bloom Fomlly kiss its snow-white temple** * Dew its turf-mound o'er its tomb. Life is beautiful—wUh promise Of the joys that cnnu»t fade, Life is (earful with the threatening Of an everlastiug shni'e ; May not thoughtless wuniluwi scorn it, Bimdlv lost in folly's maze; Duly, \uve, nntl hope mlon it. Let its Intent breath be pr.iieo.

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

Happy the- man who ig ai| earj|y ? riSert 7Sy^ : cry morning, day caine» tobjvn with a-virgin* lo\e,' full of blo6ih 5 «iw jiuritij/aiidfteshness ? The.youih oF natnre. i»- contaKibus, like the gladness bf a happy-ctilrj. 4 i dtottbt if anjK; man can be called - old. so lone- as he is an cikrijc -. 'iiieritMid Ai^aw^ic^fer^ ¦ - And oh yo».^j; t^kft ^;:isoJEd^fw. 4 t^y^ ljwaK©^ at ' nQonl "a&yei $ ^' daowpta, l$-ai|* ly image of that yoath which m^ MmjP blnih *t>\^ ifte^wimi^i* w(0ty%*i fe

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

n i . Aiohnd ttjB tombs of »b|)se . Umt feir"; , 1 • rThEircountrj>.righw ' tosi»voj Tho song; of crowls oilmiring swell ' *roeologi^ t»B br nT«! ' -^ '- The paitiot's fame willnorcr ilief. , , Tlie iant) ,for wliich ; ,he blej " , ' . . Shall crailte it cternnlly, ;, • ¦ ' ' ;. ' ' AnJ-Tenerate the deads ' ¦ " . "' . ' "l'is thun that those whose bone*, are, foil] i. ' Within iho funeral.fane; ' \ •'"" - . '¦ 'Tis thus, in glori|pg garb drrayeJ, ; . . Their memories rernaiti. . • < ¦ ¦ ¦ Each day witb thsm will rise mote .bright, Each day their tleeils aretoIJ; Th-ir n^r""" qmiiJLtKg^ louJs of night1 Can never be enrolled.

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

Lectvhs.—The Rev. William Philips, Principal of the Easton Collegiate Institute; Knstnn Pa., it, is pgnoeted will deliver a course of Lectures i n Woynesboro, com-! wencing on Thursday evening next, at 8 j o'clock. ... " j The following are some of the topics inn thelectures: The nature, origin and im¬ por tance of the uiarriajjo relation; .fatal mistakes in the nuptial choice; all matches not made in heaven; the philosophy and value oi first-sig ht love; the " almighty dollar" too much to do with matrimony; points in which the parties should agree, euoh as age, nice, rank, culture, temperament and religious faith; the nature and basis of true love; beauty and money only secondary ' considertions iu the marriage choice; courtship; coquetry; "popping the question;" reunion and recognition in heaven; advice to widows, widowers and old bachelors. The closing lecture will be on tho "Du ty of loyalty to our Government, " with special reference to tho Southern Rebellion against th...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

berland, was Hlightly wounded, Commodore Rodgors . was - wounded painfully, bi# not seriously, in the left cheek. These ore all the causalties heard of up to the sailing of the Naugatuek for Fortress Monroe. The slaughter among tho rebels in the butteries is said to have been terible, although they had the advantage of our gunboats in having the batteries situated on a bluff. The fight will be renewed shortly, when Commodore - Rndgers hopes to silence the rebel forts, and if be can pas: the obstrutions known to be placed in the river above the b . attariesj-be wKl tike the city. ' * A roorter boat was greatly needed during the action, as with it the batteries could have been taken quite easily. The Monitor was at last accounts ahetd, no ball yet fired by the enemy having auy effect upon her iron-clad turret. FROM GEN*. BANKS' ARMY. Guerilla* Becoming Troublesome—The move, mentis of Gen. Gear;/. / Strapbito, Va, May 19.—It is currently reported and credited in military circles ...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

AN-IMPORTANT PROCLAMATION. PieaideilLirioolJiRepudiaVia Qen _. ¦; _: : '¦ >• ' - fAnni^iiiPbUi^jf. ' .- . ' .-y K lie Reiterqiet his Emancipation tropo$Uion ANOTHER EtiOQiTBNT APPEAL FOR:-IT. y _. ..^^.; w^ncn o« i l. JI»V l -i0 «-4^ Th> President has issued a prochunatiqii ropiniatiug the- alleged phwlainatioh of Gen. Ujptteirvhs auauthoriied, and of no validity and effect * and reserving to himself alone the rig ht to determine whether he can cons itationaJly adopt RUch s . foliey irihc contingencies of the war eventually .make it neeessary. The following is the proclamation by the President of the United State of America:. A PROCLAMATION. Wltefeas, There appears in tho Dublie p rints what purports to be a proclamation of Major General Hunter, in the words, and figures following, to wit: Hkadq'rs of the Dkp'x oF. THE.SouTn, ) Hilton Hkad, S. C .^ May 9,18Q2. j General Ordkb, No. 11. Tho three states Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina, conipriuiug tho military D...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

of the army and navy, to declare the slaves of any state or states free, and whether at any time, in any case, it shall have become a necessity indispensable to the maintaiuance of the Government to exercise such a supposed power, are questions which, I cannot feel justified in leaving to the decision of canimauders in the field. These arc totally different questions from those of police regulations in ' the armies and camps. On the Gth day of March last, by a special menage, I reco nmendeil to Congress the adoption of a joint resolution, to be substantially »s follows: "Resiloetl1ha.ltti United State?ougkt to .oopcrate with any State which may adopt a g adual abolishment of slavery, giving to such States pecuniary aid, to be used by such States, in its discretion, to compensate for the inconveniences, public and private, produced by such a change of system." The resolution, in the language above quoted, was adopted by large majorities in both brandies of Congress, and now stand...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

JMCAJEli, ifliL' l F3TiS»« CATTLE.—The offerings «tr the State Live Stock Scales-to-day amounted to G0i> head, ail of which were taken by city,.pack.**, ers and bntchem at prices ranging fr om £3, n!> to $5.25 per 100 1d3., only a few prine fati Beeves bringing the outside figure. ; ' ' . .* HOGS.—Fair Hogs brought an-advance of 25 cts. per 100 lbs, on last week' s prices. Sales rangod from S4.25. to $5 per 100 fibs. SHEER—Fair to prime Sheep sold at, $4 to 84.50 per 100 lbs, gross. • . ..'-" From the Baltimore American of Tuesday FLOUR.—With ^ -a light stock, ordinary brands of both Howard Street and Ohio So-> per are held at ,5.37 { and retailing brands of the former at 85.50 per bbl. We qooto Shipping brands of both Ohio and Howard' Street Extra a-t 85.(52i; choice Howard Street Extni ' at 36, Standard City Mtlb Super at 85.12J@35.25, and shipping Extra do. at 86.75 per bbl. Howard Street Stfper. 85.37!@5.50. " " Extra. 85.621(g}6.00. " " Family. 80.3...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

BgtT JiUBlJUW. ——fou I oe amnneu, fliends, we've gut vimUjh of ruouey to kvep tho stock, and continue- selling Ut '• hunted" pricon until alter harvcsl, a\ the HAT 8TOKB, =* (I jipoeiV) Waxhinftteii Hause, ' aprSSt Has«rsl«*n» Md> B®,SPRING FASin^XS, 1852— SlJiK HATS, FKLT HATS, WOOL HATS CAPS, &c. t3^8lr3w Hats.aH colors and etylca, for J^eu and Uoys, Chi1dc«n'a Faucjti*trnwa, great variety t couV iuun Blriuts, &c.f We have j«sl returned Iroui the KuhIitii <;iti'S ar.ii believe We have the most com' plete, best selected, -and iheapeiit stuck of FASHr 1ONAIJI.K HA IS Ut Men, Boys nnd. Wi.ildreu, to be fuuud uutsiile of the l!itie*. \: P USU KA KFS. H»t Mutcra, U|tin>vitc Washington Houxe. a{ir"5 Hagcrstow'i M<I. ISS"-BoforQ ( I3usting" we have xisited the Rugiern (Jities, nnd just returned wijth a. !A\\AAOH STUAW HA IS, more or lru,i:itUet let* however thno niore.niiil an canal |nopo(tion. of Eastern mado KKLT HAT8, all of wbich we i...

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