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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

OF We learn from the Paris Presse (b y the Niagara) that Jefferson Davis is engaged "in preparing a memorandum to be addressed to ali Europe. ' This document treats of the question of secession, declares that the war undertaken by the Northern States will not lead lo any result; and that the separation is already a legal fact. With a view, however, to put an end to a muchlamented contestt and prevent great misfortunes, the memorandum will propose an amicable separation or basis lo be decided in common—the Southern ' States being teady lo agree to ariy arrangement coropat ible with the dignity of all parties*" This project is another indication of the desperate straits lo which the leaders of the rebellion are being reduced. They evidently feel that if there is no intervention on the part of foreign nations lo ¦ sustain them, their infamous schemes will prove unsuccessful. All the refugees from the South agree in iheeiaiement thai the people of the rebellions Stales are aobjected...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

SPUPDEGRAFFS, Practical Halters,. jjavc just telurncil from the Eastern Cities with a lull assortment of FAL.L GOOD, cpjw»ting of Hata, Uups, Ladies' F ur*. , Bufialottobes, Hone Blankets, Sleigh Blankets, Gloves, Canes, Umbarellas, &c, a'l of which urn on realty and selling at tbe BTLOW EST CASH rates av their HAT 81 ORE. , Opposite Washington House, Hueerstown, Md. BTLADIES* FURS! LADIES FURS! Of all the grades Irom Five to Forty Uollaraa sett with Mufia, Culls, For TrimmingB, <5cc., at UPDEGHAFFS' Hot Store. Opposite Washington House,. Hugerutown,'Mi]. IT-BUFFALO ROBES, Buffalo Robes ' A (dlendior tot of Extra and No. 2 ROBES, bought previous to tbe great aJvanco, and wilt be sold at usual rates foi cash, at L'WJEGRAFFS* Hal Btort, ; ; Opposite Washington House, Hagerstown ^ MUT. fir GLOVES! , A good stuck of Buck-skin, Sheep-skin,, F . ur, Wool, ami Winter Dress GLOVES, at VPDEGKAFFS' Hat 8tore, Opposite Washington Hbuie, • - ' Hegeretown, Md. BTHORSE COVERS...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

Another Victory tn Missouri.—On Friday last, Gen. Premiss, with 450 men,encountered and dispersed a body of Rebels, 900 strong, under Col. Dorsey, at Mount Lion Boone county. Missouri, killed and wounded 150 of them, and captured 35 prisoners, 05 horses and JOS gor»s. Our loss wu only 3 killed and 11 wounded. BFThe RebelembasBadors, Mason and Slide!, with theit Secretaries, were released from confinement on Friday last, and handed over to the jurisdiction oJ-sf representative of Lord Lyons in Boston. ITThe surrender of Mason and Sti Jell is generally ' approved of by the Unionists of Baltimore; but the Secessionists are wofolly disappointed, as it completely annihilates their muah cherished hopes of a war with England.! tyAmong the sixty-four secessionists who have been assessed in St. Louis to make up the ten thousand dollars for tbe benefit of the . Union refugees, ard several fashionable and wealthy ladies. At last accounts they had Tailed to we the justice of the orderiaf ...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

EfHon. Mr. Ely, member of Congress Irom New York, who was taken prisoner at the battle nl Manassas snd has Seen exchanged for Mr. Faulkner, came up in Old Point boat on-Thursday, and went . .on to Washington. By Bags of iruce between Old Point and Norfolk we have late Richmond paper*, giving a variety of late and Interesting Southern, intelligence. : The late fight at Drainsville is admitted tahave been a serious defeat. One account gives a list of over two hundred killed, wounded and missing. They account for tbe defeat by magnify ing .the Federal'forces Irom four thousand, lillie more than half ol whom were engaged, at fifteen thousand,, a part of whom were regulars. All the Regiments engaged on our side belonged to Gen. Me Call's Pennsylvania Reserves, anil have never been under fire before. The Georgia papers state that an attempt had been made to burn the State Railroad bridge over Petiis Cretk, but thai trie incendiary was caught, tried and sentenced lo be hung. Gold is re...

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

7he Relief AAzotiution.—We have been requested lu announce that another meeting oi the Ladies 7" Relief As^ociaiian will be heid at the Town Hall, this (Frida} ) evening, at 0 o'clock. Heretofore but lew ladies have b.-eii present. t Tde President again extends a cordial invitation lo all and earnestly requests their presence at the meeting- this- evening, both married and single.. ¦ ¦ " .;. .;. ' , We are astonished thai there . should bo siich a belt of patriotic ' m, appare'iltly, among" the Udies. Can it be posible. lhat indiOerenre prevents them from taking pan in an enterprise st> eommeniiable? Their absence from the meeting must heattriouted to this one cause, fur moM' certainly so many, are not sympathisers wiih. me southfern irailors. We put a fiigrrer estimate opon the inielfig ' ence' and good sense o( our ladies ilian to suppose such to be the, case. .Turn out (adieu! " - ,

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

fflitre is Your Boy.~-We saw Mm last, late in the evening. ir>ccompariy wiifesome very bad boys, anil tbC) eacti had ar cigar; no.w and then some of them used, very profar«e language., And- we knew it was bo rety vncnioaiort thing for some of them to "take a glasa Oi ale,*' which ra'sure ffna ' fly to lead to something stronger. ' .... As we looked at youraonwe wondered if yoa knew where he Was so late in the evenirJg, ' and with whom he was associating. Do not be so " taken ^ tip witb jour business.ox pleasure as lo aeglecx ydur-.boy. He will brfng sorrow and shame td four household, iif you-do liot bring ' pateriiil rettraint to bear upon himsooa,; Eyjeijings should find the boy at homo-nn-tH heiws .arrived : at'^an-^ge of descretion arid has been ihoroiiglity. imbued with principles of figtii. . Parents, remember this.. . > .

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

A number of fugitives from the vicinity ol Waierford, Loudun county, Va., six miles above Lefsburg, succeeded in making their escape through the Rebel pickets, and crossed the Potomac on Tuesday Might. More besides themselves have escaped from that vicinity in various ways, anjd others are expected nightly. The sudden~ chcodus seemsto have been caused by an attempted enforcement of. the military order which was ndt responded to by a large number of Virginians thereabouts, ' Three orders were issued to increase the militia iorce. The first order commanded all males between 21 and 26 lo report for service- for three years. Hie second called upon all between 36 and 31; lo serve two years, and, third, those who were betweed 31 and 45. These latter were la be heid as Reserves, in ease of necessity and as required. All who did not respond to this order have been arrested, and were taken to Richmond for trial last-Wednesday.

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

. An £lopement.—Mr. HamiUon Metzter, ot Licking .Creek ^Township, a .married man, with a wile and five smaIJ children, eloped on Alondajr last a week, with a young woman residing in the same neighborhood, li issai'i tbat they went ta; Mt. Union and then proceeded west. - He bas heretofore borne air "irreproachable, char* acier, and Jji» »' tle is an. excellent,, woman. What possessed him ta commit a crime »o base and mean iff only known to himself and that Good Being of whoin he was a professed roilow«r*. , We hope sincerely that he uiay.be arrested and- punished, as he deserves.— Fulton Defhoer^ta -\ ' ¦ ¦¦ ¦ _ HTRee heW Advertiaemen^s.

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

Washington, Dec. Si.—Mrs. Baxley. of Baltimoie, arrived here this afternoon, and was placed in the prison for females, in the western part of Washington. It will be remembered that she waa-recentfy arrested as a spy Not only in the folds oi her dress, bat in the rolls of her hair were discovered contraband letters, which are io toe possession of the proper authorities. ' ,. ' . . ' ... Several . days ago, Mrs Greenhow, who was among tbe first females arrested, and . wbo is still a prisoner, received a cake from some friend of, hers unknown to the guard. ., Before .delivering it ir.to her hands Lieut. N. G. Sheldon, oi this Sturgis Rifles, suspecting something wrong, examined the cakt, and lound imbedded therein a note, inte»ttt)»r*hst lady that arranfementa had b#«Ht ; W«O#lftu,her escepe and conveyance to Richttbnji, naniing the day and hour for her deli!0rinfee. This information, ho«r> ever. Wtti: not communieate ' tf to her by the Lieutenant,, nor has the writer oMhe...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

far Among *b« most vpeiferous assailants ©f the Administration fo» releasing Slidetl and Ma son, are tbe very lew Secession sympathise rV who. were so indignant be? ewwsuheie koperiine urtn>p»triot* mr» icaatai** ) arid imprisoned. Coounent js i 't»«i*i ; e.:*»any. . . < i ¥ht Drainsviilt Fight.-—Vie have been permitisd lornske Hie following extract from a letter written by\ Wilsoh PiitiiNS ton to hi* taib . er in this place. Willon is a private in the 13ih Rekiiment ^ Penn sylvania Reserves—he is one nf the ••^Kuli,'* hating served in apprenticrship Jri this oflire- His ac«ount of the battle *lWn«» doubt prove interesting in Itis friends and acquai ntances io -ibis section: "It is with pleasure that 1 write you these few tines. •We hate met tbe enemy, and they «! , • ours.' On ln«t Thurday night we had orders to have one days rations in our haversarku and to march at daylight next rooming. We staririi on a foraging expedition, and, as we afterwards learned, of...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

;;;; • W^*?\ ' ZS ZJES&3* Died of Oiptheria, in Antrim townshtp. Franklin c»;, Pa , on"November 17ib. E Emma, daugliier of Jacob and Ann' Eliza Yuung, »ged II years, 5 mouths and 11 ays.• > ' - ' JJJl.UJll.Lc Mtrthant TafttH#g?-*Vl6 direct atlentjon'iathe adv,e| ! tisenieiti ol J. A. Fisher, ilereh<mt Tailo^ o( Hagersiown, in another coliimni ^i\ . ! I <,- j _| S yr\ ,,»m . . J BfackJjtil^tOipifhe expiration of the present volume W# ifitend lo commence if • publication of a "Black List," which will 6e continued for several' weeks. We have engaged an arrisVlofurniehns with an 4 P . priate "cut" to preteder-Vhs Barney- •¦..¦¦:, ^ald Out.—We understand Mr. A. 8. MoNKhas disposed oi his slock of goods in Quincy, to Mr. Jos/Ct.i*Torl,;6? this vicinity and Mr. CoLtiFtowlsR,6f Sabillasville, who wittconlinoe the business «i the old stand. T -' f; ' /" ' " s " ^

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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

= rittWT ; ^X 33i Si II S&> <£± Ua OF 1UL-1KD WIXTEPi GOODS, XT AVI^O just returncTTMtom tho Eastern ci ' liea | " with nnothors Lot of new-arid olegant »l»4«* Lailus' \ ^ DRESS GOODS, umurpoaued for Be.nity, Style afi j Quality ami M PAKJC EKI«ES. FDB THIS ^ABISS, W*oL'Pelainss Bouib.JJao, ~ French McriniM, Printed (' obtirg, Cmhinorrs, Mohair Al ipric.i, Lavella (JMIi, Debcgcs. Pernian Dclanss, tfvu ' m Oinghnm, Ladies Wool Klasstic^SkirtJ, E xtrnsinn Skirts, Apron Tassels, and a limT(a«ui-triiuiit ul lJress Triiii-IlllilgS, &LC. GENTiBIW[SN S WEAR, French Cloth, ('asgiinuiM, ' Vcsnnjri, , ^viinrt, '1'weeds Jim us, C..r.lj, Vclveteci>3, ' Collars, Oiluves, (sh SO—A x I Shirt ALSO—Ahoavy lot of x Front* ^ . << not .nectiaary to m«iit;on. quesnswAre, HAEDWAHE, ' BOOTS AND S'HOfiS. CEDAR WARE. <^>!2^C£>Cpi IS i-S> I2S2 H2 9 Of the vrry brat in mirtat mid quality? sach aa Syrups, i\«!W,Or>c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

t'ATfUriiiriii ma Hm MM "MA' ^^'M^. IB^ ^ M anooBRiES,< IHBtlB MM, K, K OEO. STOVER, W^HANKFUL.for kind f avors and patronage herevjp tofore bestovvod upon him, again appears before the public to solicit a continuance of the same.— Ho having just returned irom the eastern citiis with a fine ' and well s ' elected^teekv ef NEW GOODS! Which he intends selling at very low rates, which he knows he can do to the aatisfaction of all who Will call and examine his Btock. Below you will find enumerated a few articles which will be found among his stock to which he calls your attention. FOR THE LADIES He has a large assortment of Dress Gooda consisting in part of Printed Thibet Cloth, Printed and plain Delaines, Colhilde plaid, Cutbilde Stiipe, - . Plaid Mohair, - \ Silk Warp Mohair, \ Parametta Cloth, Printed Coburg, ~ ~ ^ ^ Printed Morino, \ ^ ^ \ ¦ r- ¦ French Moiino, 0 Madonna Cloth, - ' l Printed and plain Cashmeres, French and Domestic Ginghams, Poplins, ' Pongee Mixt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

EMMY IN LIGIITJ. IMPORTANT 1 N V E BTT I O N ! JUDSON'S TRANS^ATENT CONES, -Used on Kerosene and Coal \OiI Lampssave to the consumer one third of his^xpense for light.— He who consumes twelve giillons of oil in n year needs but eight ' gallons to produce the sain e quantity of light. This fact is simceptiblo of tho clearest demonstrations With ,tho brass cone or dinfl'fily used, one third of the light is concealed. The trnnspatcnt cone conceals none. Sensible " men' do not light tg. candle and put it under a bush cl,"hcither will they continue to use a brass cone to cover up the light that is so . easily made available, by a Transparent Cone at a trifling expense. Another reason lor the use of these Cones is, the y do not conduct heat to the oil in the lamp, ami with them very light oils can bo used with salety. WHAT IS SAVED IN A YEAR: " 1st.—One third of the cost of the oil, which is eq ' ual to,!j>3.60 a year. ' ii.—. You have a clear light, (large or small), free fr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

FIRST ARRIVAL! lie a;: ' ununn hi FALL AND WINTER 600DS Joseph Price Northwest Comer of the Diamond, fc, now offering New and most dssiretle FALL AND WINTER GO0D8, in Fren^ German, English and Araeiiean Pabrics, comprising a general assortment of . the -latest styles adapted to Fall and Winter trade. For Ladies' Wear : Rich Drcsa. silks, - black, plain and fancy Brocades; Plaids in great varietyj French Merinos in all colors; riah printed Marinas, Wool Delaines, Cashmeres, satin shipped do., Moussellaines, Lavella, Mohair mixtures, Thibet Cloths; printed Mousscllaincs, Persian Twills* Poplin, Uebeges, Opcru Flannels, in all colors, Scotch and Saxony Printed French Ginghams, Scotch do,, Lancaster do 1 ,Pin id' Embroideries, L ces, Gauntlets, Kid Gloves, white and fancy, French worked Collars, Dimitiesfancy dress Gimps, Cord liiiiding, ^ryl velvet Rib bon <Sfc, &c, in short, be lus all tho novelties of )he season, FALL 4 WiTIR SHAWLS, Paris long broche Shawl...

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

ROODS YT7"$! respectfully inform our customers and all YY persona who wish to purchase £ heap ¥ ALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS that we have just returned from the eastern cities and are now rccoiving a large and well selected assortment-of" " CSS. (3D (£> 223 SI3 © of all kinds, paierns, varieties and prices, which we promise to sell ns cheap, and on as fair, terms, as any other house in town or country, and we feel confident we can deal with all in such a manner as to give entire satisfaction The following comprise part of our Stock which is always on band. DRESS GOODS of all kinds for Fall and Winter . wcar DeLairten, AlpncaS, > . Merinos, CobUrgs. ' DeBcgei, Lustres, Plaids Silksj Collara, ¦ Sleeves, Prints, Ho ' ops, Skirts. MEN'S Fall and Winter, . GOODS , Cassimers, Cnssineltg, Cloths, Velvet, ' Sntiny Vesting, Cord, Fustian, Cravats, " \ Collars, * : Breasts, Hdk'fa, Hoiie. ____^^L£ai§23D3

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

PBICE CURRENT OF JOSIAH BESORE. Corrected Weekly. WAVMSHOKO; Jan. 3, 1862. Bcttrb 15 • Washed Wool 30 Egos 10 Unwashed " 2H Lard * 7 Clover Seed Tallow 8 Timoth* Seed ' 00 Soap 4n6 Flaxsbed I 00 IUcon (hams) 10 Parkd Pkaohbs 00 liACos (aiven) 7 Unpaksd " 00 IIacon (slioulders) 7 Dpied Apples 00 BALTIMORE MARKETS. From the Baltimore American of Tuesday last. FLOUR—The Flour market was quiet but firm lo-i!ay. The. market may be quoted as closing firm at $5 62i»5 75 for choice brands of Howard Street; $5 50 for Ohio, $5.1*2^5.25 per bbl. (or reguhr •hipping brands ol City Mills Super.-* Estris ,.ire qtitel lint steady at the quotations below. Baltimore Groinnr- Family and Extra are selling at the quotations below. We quote Howard Street Super at $5 50a "5 62; Extra to Fane/ uo. at $0 a 6.12; Family do. at $6 50j7. . ;¦ ' GR VlN.—'Wheai was exceedingly dull this morning. All-the offering* changed haniU at U8al26 ct».. for cofmjn«>n to Uir whites; 130*140 cts. for good to pr...

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

bOOOS' U V 19 M3 f& m b he has just received, ikid the LOW PRICES they are ' sold at' nevertheless the great cry of'-High Prices "caused by the war, which is shown to be false by an examination to the magnificent stock of good* offering at the above establishment. You will find a varied assortment of ail kinds at ;ootU such aa SILKS, "VALOURS, SCOTCH PLAIDS, CASHMERES, LAVELLA CLOTHS, MOTTLED MIXTLItES, ^_ BOtFERI.\O DELAfN^—REP.R0UBAI.V. and a variety of other DUESS GOODS ¦ -ALSOSXXiX VELVETS, CASSIMEHS, CLOTHS, and all . kinds and style* of Cifntlcmcn ' s We.ir, with a great lot oT;»U kinds of Uoojs usually krpt in Wayncsboro*i" ' ' i » ' 'J'he undereigned tbmlprs his regttrds to hid numcrous triumJa uud piUoiu, . and uopts u cuntiuuancf of favors. MrrchaiiU through this country cm finil goods At Eastern whulrsile trncr« Iiy calling at Uti-ore's, Ihfculiy saving " freight nnd ottirr ilis,nlvantisri<n. ' ¦p erxbrnt tli'sirlrg a nice SIlii-jiv's lti'peaicr cun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

- ' - [For the Becord TRIBUTE TO MeCLBLLAN. BY M. S. V Lo! what hesperian breeze hath flung A giniit'i ami around the young Cnllossal temple of the brave, 'J'he precious boon out fathers gave. 4 Ah! see him bravely, boWly stand On broad Potomac's hostile strand, .. And give the word—the crushing blow To every cowering rebel foe* Immortal hero! gracious friend, fi grateful people yet will send ' JV chaplet that shall ever twine Thflt calm, that p lacid brow ol thine. When Freedom writhing, groaning bled ' And Hope 's-majestic voice had flwd, Kind fortune gave, and . calmly blest J Th)s mighty Hcplor pf the West. No pomp our hrrnldry of fame Were sought to |{ild liis honor'd name, No gallant deeds of chivalry—- His only cry was LifiKurv! . Tlmt shout has echoed through the land And rouses by its stern command, ' The passive heart and sleeping eye To guard our glorious destiny. - Like piercing thunders, fierce and loud, When bursting nature's misty shroud, * A rallying cry ...

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862

GAWP Biut mm REDUCTfON IN PRICES, Jll Brotherlon's Hardtoore~an.d Paint Store! X take this method of inli/rming the piblic that I have juat received from Philadelphia a largo and carefully selected muck of 1^ Oils, Ulnsa, Paints, " x StO »rn, ' Brushes, Cutlery, ' Hardware, Vurnishcs, OH Cloths, Shoe Findings, ' Agricultural Implements, all of woich I desire to dispose of at prices to suit the times. . "1' ry me, and«bv an cxaminalion of my sjock convince yourself that {-mean just what I say, I take pleasure in showing goods whether sales aro effected or not. To persons about to liuilil I am prepared to offer extraordinary inducements both in Hardware and Paints. Thankful to friends for post favors, a continuance of thu same is respectfully solicited—promising to do oil in, my power, to render stitisfnctiou to all who muy favor me with their patronage. W:H. BROTHERTON. ApriHl. -v ¦ . - • - . v ' ¦ ¦

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