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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

RoBEitT J. Walker on tjus Hebeijuon. —Hon. Robert J. Walker thinks ihc result of the rebellion is to be of immense value to thj fi country. It will give confidence at home ami command respect from abroad... Mr.-AValker is firm in the opinion that amnosty to the deluded mosses and exile to the lcaders»is the only thing that will settle the matter after the struggle of armie s is over. . , —+mat*- ¦- — Baltimore, May 17.—Several men, formerly belong ing to tho crew of the Merrimac, came up to-day in the boat from Fortress Monroe* Some of them are Nothern men and claim to have been impressed. Gardner & Hamming 's Circuit.—By, reference to our advertising columns it will ,be seen that Ganlnor & Hemming 's great Circus will be in this place, on Tuesday next. Performance afternoon and evening. flGF-Dcfinition of a gentleman—"One who pays promptly fi*r^» paper." What truth and simplicity !-3Bw brief and how com p lete. ' _ ' t ' _ flQTlt most be a happy thought to a lov...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

The Galena was moored in closo to these shore batteries yestorday morning, and opened a terrific fire upon them, the Monitor, Naugntuck, and other, vessels assisting. ¦ At first, the shot of the rebel guns rolled of the sides of the Galena, .making only dents in her mail, but gradually, after five hours' fighting, it was found that the steel pointed balls used by the rebels were piercing her. Thirty shots struck her umUodged, whilst two went entirely through herj tumbling out on the other side A shell burst in the Galena during the engagement • which unfortunately killed 17 of the crew and wounded 19. But even this sad accident did' not dishearten the brave Capt. ltodgora and his crew. They fought on until dark, and until their ammunition had nearly given out. The Naugatuck was ably hanlded by Capt. Constable, but, after firing seven niagnificeut shots, her splendid bow gun burst, killing 2 nion and wounding 8 others, including Capt. Constable, who was s'ruck in the head by a pi...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

¦ v. - ?#ttiH&iMmr **•:&&£¦ ' ¦ " . ' : For**»»noni that it«mi>»a vlhrrt! . When breathes the (be but fell* before us . With Frwtom'« noil Iwnrtth oar feet. And Freedom^ Inmner iireaining.o'w wi :More "JVe» -Good*. —It will be seen by reference to omr advertising columns that some of our m erchants have received their aecontLsappIy of new goods. QiKmgr . Store. —We direct attention to advertisement of Mosgra. Cou.iFcmvEtt * CMjOSTOX, Merchants of Quincy, in auothcj column.

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

A long uay 8 work wiiBUoiie, ' : And thus my bravo Uniou baud Another battle's won. " . - - ¦ D. C. TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.—tn ad-¦Jitton Iu our usual stuck ot liume-inado and VVOOli HATSL we have just adilril fitlet-d coses of Eastern made FEI.T HATS, comprising all I he tlyica pop. ulnr in the trade. These goods have been (>uccUaacd from thu largest anil best eastern factories ,fof in«h, a n if at I ho same r:lt£* as the largest, city jolibrnt, an.l wo are noxt prepned la oiler them la country rucrcaanU at on law prices ns city iobbtis UPURUUAr'FiS, Hatters. Opposite Washington House. apr25 Uugetsluwu, Mil, Bg&»Merchants, remember that we- hate just ud.U'da firxt clis* WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT to our Stock, ami will sull yuu, in mvtli lota and sizes, as you iruy want, any of tlte -popular BtyleK uf the day, und alwayx at a« low prtcea as city jobber*. LM'D EUR A KF3, Hat Muketa, , . Kigu of the Itvtl Hat, apr25 ¦ ¦ - • Hageretown, Mdv. Bg^, 77te last run of shad somet...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

tion of the railroad between Charleston aqd Savannah in their possession. A negro regiment is being organised by Gen. Hunter, its officers being selected from the Massachusetts regiments, and tlie movement meets with favor, (is they will bo able to perform duties which will relieve our troops. ¦•««»•« The Hon. A. H. Reeder of Pennsylvania has two sons in tbe army. One is in the Kansas 1st Regiment, and is represented to be brave ns n lion. 'The other commanded a battery of two siege guns at the fight at New Madrid, and 12 of the 25 men under him were killed or wounded. His own eap was cut with' a shell, and one ball passed through his clothes, und another through his thigh. He tied tip Iris wound, and stood by his guns until the close of tho engagement. Ho was complimented in the report of his superior officers, and ia now at his father' ni* Ens ton, confined to his bed suffering from the combined 'effects of his wound and of arsenic administered to him in a pie purchased of a R...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

I@-The Baltimore American has an article upon the approaching end of the rebellion, concluding as follows: - "When the great drama is finally played out, and the tons of thousands of simplehearted and brave men eome to be reckoned over who have been deceived, wronged, sent to bloody graves; wh en the guilty wretches who have led them onward are chased to their last hiding pkerB, will not retribution then eome upon these, terrible, fitting, as tbe reward of crimes 1Kb theirs? Will a false clemency step in betwixt them and offended justice, and the world he left to consider this horrible nightmare of attempted revolution as but a harmless game for power, which —having failed—is to be passed by as but a trifling episode in tbe history of the age? The great trial of tie Government is jet to eome; Heaven grant that it may acquit itself aright."

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

From Port Royal, Charleston, an d Savannah. A Xvgro Insurrection Imminent. New York, May 18.—-Letters from Port Royal, b y the- stoainer Atlantic, report that the accession of the negro pilot, Small, who ran away from Charleston with the robol tugboat, is deemed more important than the heavy guns she contained, as Small is thoroughly acquainted with all the intricacies of the navigation in that region Genneral Hunter's p roclamation had been published iu Charleston, and a negrorinsur rection there was imminent. ;%' Vast' preparations arc making to bombard Savannah. Our gunboats have proceeded up the river, and our pickets aro within 4 miles of Savannah. Massive batteries, Mounting Parrott guns,- have been erected nil around the citv. Our trooits have a nor-

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

Death of Lieut. Aexbilt liaugher. It i« with feelings of- heart-felt sorrow that we record the death of this gallant young officer. The sad event occurred at Quincy, 111., to which p lace he was removed from the bloody biittio-field of Pittaburg Landing, where he was so severely woundca. It was hoped that his vigorous constitution and previous unimpaired health would carry him through the fearful ordeal; but the fiat has gone forth, and he - is now in the mlent ombraco of death—adding another victim to this unholy rebellion. Our young friend bore himself gallantly in the fig ht, and his friends have the consolation to know that he fell in a righteous cause. His remains are expected here to-day, nnd will bo interred in Ever Green Cemetery.—Gettysburg. Sentinel.

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

NfflrTOiB'pico, on toe 27th ult., Mr.Ja cob Shull, aged 02 yean, 0 months and 22 days. ... * -_ -- ¦ , , Near Camp Hill, on the 14th inet., Mr. Henry Ilissong, aged 36 yoars, ? months and 8 day*- . In Greencastle, on tbe 16th inst* Mr. Benjamin Eby, in the 48th year of bis nge. In Greencastle, on the 17th inst., Mr. Adam Shirey, aged 65 years, S months and 3 day*. \ , V . They attoii^ our IQraJ.liitlery v • BiMuregnrd thouglit the j»y wai gainril— . ' ,. On, on our arm " ? «ro«id, "" ;., When the ioa»ol battle.rix«s up ' : ^ :.Mor«.terH6te'ib4 ; IW«l^ ?;^ 1 - - • -- • ¦ £\jS.'; .: kow-iiiinoit«iii ' 4i«iiajr, ' ;,- .'-• r. " -. ; vrT' :- 1 : '- " ¦ ' • acTmlyi|>eTerith t6 yoar aij, • J • w -Pi»r « portion of uur Bhe<^ abis^ ~'" - -'-;? _; '-''- . ; -"¦" • ' ¦ h broken anddUmnyedi ~f \ ]:';. z*• ¦ ' ;„>, ;' ;, A regiment of icartJ bvjk '? ' ¦ti.-S ' -Y^'vV ; ' Aro fleeing from th« fictili . ",'~~rr -:• ' ¦ And the dry i«-M» ' c - : '" ' ' • --¦ " v.-^' 1 ";...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

49"TheHarri8barg Tekgraphtajs:—"We doubt if there is a man in. Congress who has devoted himself more seriously to oar relations, the rebellion and our duties in this crisis, than Edwwrd MoPherson. He is a sinotra, earnest, consolations, «»d UbendauB^Bbi^m an ^ eo^rtl^ij^ theinost eoaipHiMBSMne view»on.tta topics he diwnafioe, and it fully ifflSmifr «f ite facts and influv t«j' - ¦ - . * . ¦ - ¦ ' • • . ' ¦J- ' -t^.'t:-,, r-i^'h. K'-.- <, '¦' -». ri-\' the Qttg PtfM:&fr#foMg0-M» fang, Afomnittt iciththe tnotl '"' ¦ " -¦ * ApproMfprdnaitfe. Com. Rddgei-B Fights hi« Iron-Clad "Galetta" for Five hour* t ;,''..' ' ¦ ' -:j '- ' v?f" '• "- " '- Vi *¦' •" '"• THE STEVENS 'BATTBRY BL'llSTS HER . ' ¦ . ! .. ¦ -"• ¦ ; ^r-oliEAt-uuN. a . ...;,.-. ,;; The LMe {XMonitor" Alone Impenetrable. -Fortress MbxRctrj Jllay^ iS-^-P. M.— The Stevens battery, known as tlie Naugatuek, has just arrived here from the scene .of action iu front of Richmond, and I have some interesting deta...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

Cape Gibabdkab, Mo, May 17.—Despatp^ea just received from Colonel Daniels' hea£|tuoteri, near Bteomfield, contain aooohnu of the capture of tbe notorious Colonel Phelatt, of J off Thompson's gang o* maraudenvAjiid over one hundred of his men. Fitly oflSemes voluntaril y gave themselves up, and expressed m desire to return to a quiet and peaceful life. " ««iaft«Wp9n^ftaat^ ^^i*?^F^^^ 3: £ : ^ s l^'5^^^^^ ' '^^^> ^$^* ' 'Wiit - SnWmp some niiies ii aovaneP 8f niia place. The advance" of General. Itbnemau j eat'hed the railroad bridge Over the Chietethominy yesterday. It is a long treatei-work bridge, two spans only oiF which ate burned. It can be tebuilt in a veiy short time. The Enemy's pickets kve giving the whole lifte of the river iH front of Richmond, makirg it very difficult to obtain any information from that city. ' . * ' .General McClellan'went on a reennnoisanee to the Chickahominy to-day, and the programme of operations ' in front of Richmond will soon be decid...

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

Fresh jTi* #1. HqsTKrreg, of Green * castle, will -visit this place on Saturday or ' v Friday of each week with Fresh; Fish during the season. Persons Jn.the~flo«ntry:wanting; ., fish are requested to leave their oroors «|K|j| E.: W. Washabaush. 1 / ^IHP:'

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Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

QU1EIOT111 A good supply of Quecnswaro and Gla sswarc of the latest style. GROCERIES, Always on hand ft heavy lot of prime Groceries, COFFEE, - ' ¦• . SUGAR, 4 SYRUP, MOLASSES, SPICES. &c. To which we respectfully call the attention of our customers ind the public generally; and at the sumo time we relurn our thanks to customers and the community for their liberal patronage, and will endeavor hy- ftir dealing with all, ' to merit a continuance of the- same. Please/ call and sue. AMUERSON, BEN EDICT & CO DRY FRUIT: AMI) ft± "PF 1 * b-— ~m~ ^ ¦<3.<aaa r at ; - AMBERSON, BENEIOICT &. GO'S PICKLES, A LOT OF Good Pickles, at AMBERSON, BENEDICT &CO'S , m\m- iixTDREsr AND OSL CURTAINS, at AMBEKSOX, BEXEDICT & CO'S * OF PiHXTS, MUSLIXS, (MINIS " '• ( ¦ . and ' • " . ¦ OF ALL DESCRIPTION'S ; at 1 AMBERSON, BENEDICT & CO ; S. . DANDBWON COFFEE |{ ' ES(^P SMQFFEE/ v ill ' AMBERSOJi, BENEDICT & CO'8.

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

ABBXEB ft HE7I3II>GS' GREAT AMERICAN CIRCUS. The largest and most completly equipped Equestrian Efitabliehment in the world, comprises THE GREATEST ^ TROUPE Of-European nud-Ainrricnn-Mole and-Feraole—Ai 4ists, and the most Magnificent Collection of wonderfully TRAINED HORSES-A^D PONIES ever brought together, a . flbiding facilities fur the presentation of more novel and varied . Performances than have ever been given in a traveling exhibition. The managers takes p leasure in announcing to the public !hn» they are able, for this season ot 'C2, to cater fur their amuspmrnt in a superior manner to any truvelia? company. The wagons have been newly painted and decorated so as to present a neat and elegant appearance. The harness is new and beautiful. "Tho wardrnbo is of the miwt costly description, manufactured from designs imported from l' u/is during the pa»t Winter ; and in IJct the whole paraphernalia is of such a description as to at ouce give satisfaction to- all. Wi...

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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

NEW GOODS! &f MO?11TI[J1«E STQREi Iron and Steel, Shovels and Spades, Hoes and Rakes, Spades and Forks, * Nails, Urads and Spikes, Locks, Hinges and Screws, Latches, Staples and Bulls, Oils, paints, Glass and Varnishes, , ' Mill, Cross-cut and Circular Saws, Hand, Tenon, Web and Compnss Saws, Augers, Auger Bitts, Gimlet and Dowell Bitts, Socket ChineU, Firmer Chisels, Mortising Chisels, Pruning Saws,nnd Chisels combined, Pruning saws, Plastering Trowels, Pointing- and Garden Trowels, Double and Single Uitt Axes, Hatchets, and Draw¬ ing Knivit; Whitewash Brushes, Shoe, Store and Horse Brushes, Scrubbing Brushes, Cloth, Tooth, and Paint Braidie»;.,Tuble Oil Cloths, Floor. Oil Cloths, Carriage Oil Clntlm; Spokes, Felloes, Hubs, MinftR, Pcles, Springs and axleu; Black-smith . Bellows, Anvils, Vices, Hoof Knives, and Hasp*; Tubs, Bucxets, Churns; Hope, Baskcts. B/ooms and Wash Boards; Waiters, Tray p , Candle Sticks Snuffers Coffee Canisters;TaNo Cuttlery, Pocket Cuttlery, Pr...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

tm§i ariived Irom PhiladdphUi this week, steamed up to our squre, and threw—oh " i ye «">•. portion »» creation !—\h*> most delightfolMoekoffliMcy «<wls straight into our door, th' at ever brightenrtl ¦ omr counter* . First, 4o*W«* to^lewrtfte _ , ' T^ / a ^\~MWML'9El'tBS&m ¦ came a shower of Silky Debeges, Balnrinfs, Skytinted Lawn*," Chin ' ttek, Modenns; Mozambiqttcs, Himalayai, Poplins, Challiw, &c^T oretiry htt» of. the Rainbow, glt-tening like sure, that will make the otd look young, and the young like Gonii : then followed a broad stream of Nankeen*; Munlins, Tobte-diopers, Calicoes, osn oburges, beneath whi ch came flying like birds of beauty, Head-Drenscs, Sleeves and Collarsin setts, Bhaken, Hosiery, Sun-Umbrella 's—beauties—gauntlets , and all those dear little tick-tacks whicn make the Iftdiesjook s» charming ; abov« it a dark sheet of MOURNING GOODS, in elegant variety, Blk. Grenadines, Byadore Bereges, Wool UeLaines, Challie...

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

JlJII JL uUuJJu Which we think we are prepired to sell on as rea^ sonablu terms as any other house in town or eoun try. £ full assortment of LADIES DRESS GOODS ¦>f all kinds. Silks, Delnins, Alpacas, Printed ChallicK, Ging hams. Lawns, Fancy J'rintr, l.udicf Shawls, ¦Sic MENS SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS of all kinds. Clothx, (' avsimerc, Fine- Tweeds Ken-Jeans, Cottonades. Vesting", Handkerchiefs, Neck Ties, Hoscry. A lull assortment of Pluin nnd Fancy Ca**imercs qii:kns\v\re and glassware. A large stock of Which we arc |.re.ji,ireil tit olTer us low us any other n tail more in the countiy. BOOTS AND SHOES. for n cii'k n nd J.aiiie'ii wear of all sorts und eizm. Also a large anil well selected stock of DOMESTIC GOODS. - Muslins, Ticking, and a coinjilcte usxoitiiient of Notions. Looking Glasses, Hnrdwnre, Hats anil Capts, Paints and Oils, Fresh M|iad and Herring by the Imrrol. 4t \t no u«e trying to enumerate. If you want anything in tho l)ry U><od* line, ju...

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

GOODS!! embracing all tho most favorite Brands such an Meritnacit, Kprague, Pacific, Cwhieeo, Manchester, *- " liHitinels, American and English Pri nU. BLEACHED GOODS. Harrison Mills, Chester Hill, New Market, • J.onsdale, Conewago, Great Lake, Mayflower, Lnwrenee, Bulmont, Wnllhamj Hill Manf. Co. and other brand*. BROWN COTTONS. Pacific Sheeting* - Amnskcsg Sheeting*, Portsmouth " • Merchants ?' Shawmut . '• Mmlf.ird •< Appletnn. '• ' Canton. " Plymouth *' Shawmut " GINGHAMS AND FURNITURE CHECKS, . Irpfflncu { am prepared to off* groat bargains, ALSO 2 4 and 4 .-4 checks, Tickings Dennim*.. Blue Drills' Mon eiis Damupkr, Slur I ing Stripe* , Naiikmnf Corset Jeans, Cruch & fluch Towling*, GENTS WEAR. * IT A MAN CLOTHS, Blk. and fancy Clutha, Tweeds, « « " Caiaimcrcg Jenns (Silk mixed do. Linens, Merino ' do. ^ Cashmeretta , MarBailes . ¦ Valencies GrenedieiiB Hosiery Cravats Collars, fifco.

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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

1 Ptih urriiiiiiiLLs niwtii dp ii\D spfLLED our; WHQtcau mnko a man?—I mean* in appcaranre, with a co:it fitting liken f.mhiuh-plrUo pants and vest fit for n president. Wh».hiakes tho fine gents you sec m the eit»t TUo. Tailor!—no mistake ibout it, • Well, then wo hnye just brought from flio City, the neatest, sleekest, fiuvst .^auciest. !i||iest, lot of .. FANCrCASSl.METlS .BLACrCqAS^IMERi;^ ". 4 CLOTHS A \D VESTlNd^ i c that ennbe seen in this quarter ,. We will pledge our- ' "ST selves to. turn out goo I Pits anb CtrgAP Suits. • ^' M Frci>b, sparkling goods always please, and. we base i$& them, " We have the luWst Fashion Plates, and will, -i^i' leave nothins undone U> please i»ur friends and th» ; *^-- ; "rest of mankind." _ . Gl \ J, B£NDBB^ f-Qz ¦ ' Aprill8 ; ' ' ' ¦• "¦' . :-¦ - " ,' ' .VfV^ PURE and unaduIterated spiced cider- VinogoV-i ' " ¦£%&* -fur sale by Stonor, .sijt9.of. . .thft.Go?4W ^onm^^r t'rifc only g ce.nf» U8' quart. :. " - ,. ...

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 23 May 1862

Manchester, Pacific and Hamilton Detains of all Btylcs and jlindes Summer Olotbs for ladies wrapings. Sacquea. Mantillas, new and plopnnt styles, Shawls, French worked Collars, Under Sleeves und in vets, Embroidered and Hem stitched Handkerchief*, Kid Gloves, Silk and Lyle Gauntlets,, Cord and Tassles, Head-nets, Bi Itj Belting ol ull descriptions. IBMffilllBYlK. Buch as Blk. Bombazine?, Blk. Parcailes, Folir and Poplinx, Borages, Ducalln, Challies, ( .•¦nghanis, Priuts, Blk. Eng. Crapes, from 2-4 to. 7-4 wide, Blk, Kids, Uauiillcts, A Crape Collars, ice. My line of Millenary J^roods is complete. TRIMMINGS Pud: as Bugle Gimps and 1 .ares, nil widths. Belt Ribbons, narrow Silk Gimps, Diecs Curds, Fringe* &c. Spool Sijks and all Colon of Shetland Yarn, JSephyr wonted, <kc. PRINTS AND DOMESTIC

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