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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
Military Possession taken of all - the Hail lloads in the United Stales. Washington, May 25.—The following has just been issued : OitnEBED—-hf virtue of the authority vested by Act of Congress, the President takes military possession of all the Railroads in the United States from and after this date until further orders; and directs that the respective Railroad Companies, their officers and servante, shall hold themselves in readiness for the transportation of troops and munitions of war, as may be ordered by the military authorities !, to the exclusion of all other business. By order of the Secretary of War. A. C. Meios, Quartermaster General.
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
' Tyranny in Baltimore*. [From th« Memphis Appeal, May IS-} The following is an extract from a totter from a gentleman in Baltimore to his brother in Richmond ^ dated the 16th ult: "Oh, if>you atoly kneV what we have to staler hero—tho tyranny is almost insupportable. Negroes now sit itr the congregstiou3 with the whites, *and that you may be entitled > to any consideration it is necessary to paint yourself black. Ladies-are not respeciady but otTthe contrary* aroinaaUed wety day." Surely them ouist be* day or retribution for the Qod-fonakea seonndrelt wh«i have imposed these humiliations npon a gal&nt : but defenceless community.
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
The Growing Crops.—From evqry ^ section of the country we have the most gratifying accounts or 4 the dfojiitj^very thing looks promising, and the prospect is that the toil of the hitsbandnled Will be abundantly rewarded. Grassj wheat, corn, fruit, indeed e'vc' ry thing is id a state of forwardness which promises well. How different- ihiri from the bUgbt-and-dosolation which has fallen upon the fruitful regions of the sunny South.—: There all is gloom, with no hope that the season will bring either tho reward or the the plfla«uro that it has done in the years past;
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
Mail Office Giltied.—On Satiirday fli ght last during the prevalence of the excitement in this town,' tlib office of tbtf Haggrstowrt Mail was attacked by s ntfmbtJr of incensed ten, arid almost totally destroyed. The type were scattered over the streets, tho eases and stands broken to pieces, the Presses partially damaged, and the whole concern reduced to a deplorable wrock. On Sunday nigh!.an Utx ' wa3 made upon the hardware store of Nathaniel Sehneb, its doors having been broken open, and a part of its contents destroyed.—flag. Herald.
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
It really Shames Va , say ' s the fidorisbdro' Odd Fellow, to acknowledge that wo have traitors in our midst , but wo had them in small numbers all over the country in the days of tho revolution when the people was united as they have never been united since. TUwrfchey were active and open enemies of the country. Now they are sneaking ahd Cowardly, and their miserable oroakinga are utterly drowned in the tumultuous and universal uprising of a free people. The sins of the tones of the revolution have descended to their children. T.hoso of the Tories of the praeat day will attach to th^sir kindred of the third and fourth generations.
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
lite Storm inFntiffit Cotittft/. —A tefcgrajfh despatch from MeConnelsburg, dated May 22j says:—"One of the most terrible hail-storms ever witnessed passed over this town about 5 o'clock last evening. ¦ Nearly all the windows in the place, fronting the storm, were ^ shivered. The young leaves and shoots were all cut from the-trees, and the ground covered several inches deep with hail-stoues, some of Which were three inches in diameter, and weig hed seven ounces. The grain fields in the path way of the storni were utterly ruined."
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
f he laltintotfe'Exoitement. A Secession Organ. Suspended:—"th 'e Union Men Controlling the City.. Baltimore, May 26.—The excitement continues without abatement this morning. All who utter disloyal seutiuients are knock' ed- down without the slightest scruple.. [SECOND- DE8AkTCH!.]l Baltimore street, from Culvert to Ilollida street, is crowded this morning, and there ia considerable excitement caused by the crowd chasing obnoxious people and uccaa iocolly beating some of them. ' A, recruiting office has been, opened in<
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
«®»Iri the slaughter of Col. tie - nicy's Regiment at Front Royal, the Rebels showed their usual dastardly conduct; " *On the third Approach of Ashby he displayed a> white flag until within pistol range , when Col. Kenley ordered to cease firing. The wbitt flag was thfa thrown down> th^ black flag hoisted, and the rebels ruahed on our tmojrt i Jutting and slashing and refuting nil quartet I T&a regimedt was cat to pieces. These devils will meet tbeir doom some of tbtttdaffc.-'-'.-. . •'" .., ;:¦ ' . ¦ ... '
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
Easto|i C^I#f lte Iristitttte, wffl d«Uv&r^ , ietstaft otf (Saturday evening, 81st instj 'i«?- the Methodist CltSrch, of this placg. Ott the Dttty of Loirali* ia ottr Governmentj with especial reference 1 ttf. Ute Soatbera Re- - beliioB; - • • / U ¦: Vj.-^ v- /•¦ ¦ - A lecttire will afeo be deilfenld. itf flie,. same phice, this evenings oh'irivejiti^iihrei hatiit and fa secret of M p^rpeMij/i ;A* ttfiMati Weta, . ¦¦ - .:.- ' -¦
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
Brigadier Generals, and Coloucla of Kegiments throii^hout itlc Commonwealth nius-Wrj ^-ithuut delay all the military organisations witliia their respective division)); ot under their control, together with all person's willing to join their commands, and proceed forthwith to the city of Washington,- or to Huch other points as utay be indicated by " future orders. By order of A. G. CURTIN, Governor and Commander-in-chief. A, L. Hcssell, Adjutant General.
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
TO ASMS Proclamation of Governor Curtin* THE Mll.rm OKDKKED INTO THE FIBI/D. ITarrishurgt Mat/ 2Gj 1802.-(JENEflAli OltDEIt,.No. 23. OiHhc press 1 ng requisition of the President of the United States, in the present euiergancy., it U. Ordered; that the several Major (JeneraJs,
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
Conjticdtion Bm^-?he confiscation bill was taken op in the Houae of Representstivevon Monday bxaty and, after some debate, was finally passed. A bill was offered to free tho slavey of " rebels. . After sevoral *- amendments and substitutes it was laid over. The bill for the rcnef of Robert % Small and erew, ' who delivered up |he steamer Planter o Commodore Diiponfc^was paswfd. Baltimore street,- displaying, a flag, bearing the inscription "Recruiting, office of tlw First Maryland Regiment." The people arc demanding the disp l ay of flags from all the newspaper offices and public buildings^ AM have complied except the tfcivs Sheet, the office of which, has beet* closed and abandoned. The excitement is fearful, and the prominent Secessionists have all disappeared from, the streets. The military, however, have taken no part hi these movements.- . Bai/timork, May 26, P. M.—The proprietors of the News Sheet have reopened their office, and displayed the flag of the U- nion. . . \...
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
awakeiigditaB-riotpdied-gff ' ay; —in—this-8ec= ond uprising of the American people the grandeur and heroism of their character have bedn gloriotialy manifested. And for the opportunity of witnessing this manifestation which will enter into the brightest page of ottr history, we have to. thank the promptitude and energy of the Governor of Pennsylvania.
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
i«r<rB« Supreme C^urt o^iB 3baa d«»d«d th* t the army, rote was an uttconstitu6ok»! on*;«id Uherefow void. This de-^jr^a^i^^»ii«fe#n*i»> ; ' " y'r ' ¦ ^¦' '¦x - \i ' f : ' - " •¦> ' --^? "^^. * ¦: ' ' - ' ;• ¦: '- '; - " ' - 1 ' " :: ¦'¦' ' ' " ¦' ¦ ' > ' . " '-¦; "i'^ ""1 ^' ' '' ' ''%&' ' '"f" :' : \.?\%l'M ' - ¦ , ' ' ' '' .:• " • '.• • - ¦ ¦; * ' :-W^ : ^\-i ' - :' :^' :: -%- - ' : ¦ .- ' ¦ - ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦>¦ ' . ' ¦ :#:vsa3:r?';' :~t-~x is. ¦ ¦?•?• :?¦ ; , '-i^: Jl^Sjftfei?: ' ^^rf^l^Atn%.—It i»;9ar^iaMdtt^ (j to Wc(Jrd the sudden ' deain of 5lh;Jienry Miller, Jr.( of Antrim tow^ahii>. ;i About rteVfett o * cfek dn Inflt ^ne^ay ni g% during tlie j^BV*i^^-b^^iirffie ' - ' ,«l«iinij; tfc« north corner of the house was struck by lig htning; thfe flttid niodown the wall aereral feet until it reached the second etory when it passed from the wall to tbo bed in whiofi Mr. * arid Mrs : Miller hiy,Rtrik ' ing the fbrirjer in (he back Biid...
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
enter lUaryiaua m iwo points; Harpers jp erry and WilliaiDspor ' ti He confirms " nil we have beard of the rebel force here. We will pass the Potomac to-night safe, inert * trains, awl ail j I think; making a march of So miles. N> P. BANKS. Major General Commanding.
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
J 6@-The President has taken military possession of all the railroads in the Unitdd States, and tto ' tiSe's the officers of said roads to hold themselves in readinew for the trans ' portation of troops and munitions of war * to the exclusion of all other business
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
4Gp?Hon. JBdwdrd Stanley is tppointod rnil*^%bvornor of Nor tK 'Ciiotok^HiB ^^'ri^^^fBiSfSm ' JohnfOB oJ^enuBssee , who ^. "tte : ..DSi|wto Governor of that Stated "' "¦* " $&JwMm ¦ • ' tht ' LttAeran ' -Sfrtio ii' '&&^Vt&f &^jl cominittee rf the,Gene|d Syilo^ iiir vangolical Imthe^ ciuMVin 1^ - tJMfed Statea,- were" ; o^ i^aa^ bflAst . wedJi, tntr* dtlctid to President iincdlli by tW SecreSry of State, aud cotiimuiicaied tie resoldtions of that body adopted at Lancaster, Pa,, coimneudiiig the course oi' ib* G<hr«rfl«eat in the prosecution ft tte /war. ' ;ijtt' . presen i ting the resolatibiis theltet. Uf. PoWmarJ, of the SlaUt of Now York, made a brief addrcBa, - to which President Liir toln reBpcwdcd oi folidw&i Genti/eme^i $ I welcome here the representives of the Evangelieai LutheranB of the United States. I aeeept, with gratitude, ihe 'if asstlratlee' of the' sympathy arid support of that enlightened; influential,- ...
Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
Mr Washington, May 27.~-ThftSf^Iowittjg despaU* was receiTed at the WsVBeport iniat to-night: ' • • ;.;" ¦ > - ' <?-ytf * : -*:£~ IIeadq'ss or tA^AJtitr of *hb Pdiotflo, Jlay 2?^*.8O P. M. - To So*. S; M.StdMaHi ' I find that Bomepf the newspapers pub, 1UU letters from their correspondaote with this army giting importaat infohaation concerning our inovementa, position of troops, &o.j in positive violation of your orders. As it is impossible for me to ascertain, with certainty, Who these anonymoua writers nrej I beg to suggest that another be publisUed holding the editors responsible for its infraction.. . a -G. B. McClellan, . ' Major General] - The "War Department received advices from General McClellan, thia eveuing, announcing the capture, of Hanoter,Court House. Our loss is said to be small, but that of the rebels considerably in killed, wounded and prisoners. One of the enemy ' s cannon was eoptured. The President has sent a message to Congress, ta...
Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862
mum Groceries. LADIES' AND CHUOREN'S SHOES, &G, GE0.^T0"\rER> rSHANKFUL for kind ftivorsatit] patronage hpTe-IJ tofore bestowed uport hiiri, ag:iin appears before the public to solicit a continuance, of the saft'e.— He having just returned irom the eastern ciliefl With a fine and well selected stock of -new . " SPItlA© 1^I> StMMER fc . - 0ES-9JB0EBM3BHSS9 " . Which he intends soiling at very low rates, which he knows be can do to the satisfaction of all who will call and examine his stock. ^^^ _ Below you will find enumerated. u ~ 1ew articles which will be found among hid stock to which fie calls your attention. FOR THS LAB|SS He has a large assortment of Dress Goods consisting in part of - . Uhallies, Printed ami Plain Delaines, Bl'k, Fig'd and Coi'd SiUts, Plaid Mohair, ¦ . * Silk Warp Mohair, Borcge*, "" Medona Cloth, * Lavellttg, French and domestic Gingham*, Poplins, ' m Pongee Mixture, Cloth for Lndics > Wrappings, Gloves, Hosiery, in ...