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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 1 January 1864

CONTROLLING Q'KTIvKMASTKRS OFFICE FoiißESr Devot, Bedford Co. Va., ) December 'Jth, 1803. j IHAVE BERN ORDERED by Col. Larkin Smith, A. Q. General, to publish the following notice .- All communications relating to the --Tax in Rind," must be addressed to the Quartermasters in charge of the Districts from which they come, and. through them to this oflioe. The naaies and address of the officcis in charge of districts, are as follow.-?: Capt. A.-S- G'arnett, A. Q. M. Ist Cong'l Dist. Lloyd's, Essex Co. Va. " S.im'l Steven?," «« 2d Cong'l Dist. * Petersburg, Va. " W. G. Cazsnove " 3d Cong'l Dist. Buaver Dam,. Hanover Co, Va. •• Loui? L. Marks, * 4th Cong'l Dist. Petersburg, Va. " 'W. Van Benthuysen " sth Cong'l Dist. Charlotte C H., Va. '• Robert Sauaders, " fcth Cong'l Dist. Pittsylvania C. 11., Va. " John Brannon, M 7th Cong'l Dist. Covesville, Albemarle Co, Va. «* John W. Jones, '< Bth Cong'l Dist. Bowling Green, Caroline- Co, Va. " Orlando Smith, " Ilth Cong'l Dist. Staun...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 8 January 1864

VOLUME 24. : we re-insert toe iouowing, in oraer tnat an *may have due notice and govern themselves accordingly: We had hoped, by close living and stringent -economy in business, to be able to keep our pafaff going at jpresent rates till the curreucy should be made better, but we find that we are . "-eon-pelled to do one of two things—increaso r tbe price or quit. Having, "through much tribulation." weathered the storm thus far, we are r uawilling to adopt the latter alternative, and . prefer to edopt-the former. Hereafrev, or until tbe currency is made batter, we will receive no subscription for a longer ■» ,t.r_ than sat months, nor for a less sum than '■are dollars ia advance for that time. Tk. rates of aaWertisHig will be $S per square ef 10 Hues or less for the tirst insertion, and $1.50 for each oontinnanee. This may seem high to some, bnt'we haven't a subscriber that we know of that would sell ys. a bushel of corn for less than $10, a barrel Of •flour for less than $50, a eer...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 8 January 1864

BY COALE At BARE. »«-.■ ■ - —— - - — — Friday, Jan. 8,186-4. _j'e~*inn'r if-Lt' 1 — ■i •— 1—: Increase ef tbe Army. Sine, the war began, we have deemed it oar doty, for the success of the cause, to utter no word of censure against our authorities in either tho oabinet or the field. We thought we could appreciate the difficulties that surrounded them, sad th. extraordinary responsibilities that rested apoa them. As our law-givers and Generals axe bat human, and as liable to human frailties a. other., instead of censuring their inevitable blunders when they have committed them, we have tried to make allowance, fer them, and whoa we could not commend have remained silent It is our purpose to pursue tho same policy still, for the sake of harmony and unanimity of action, bat when measures ef grea: and vital public policy are on the tapis, tending to the weal or woe of the nation, duty to ourselves aad our country, demands that we should speak, out and to the point. . One of the measures ...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 8 January 1864

From the l&iehmond Dispatch. Grant's New Project We published yesterday, from the New York Sunday Menotity, Grant's scheme for "crushing out" the rebellion. He has even fixed the day. '©n the 4th day of next July tho fate of the' Confederacy is to be sealed. On that day allYankeedora is to hold a grand assembly, to rejoice*over the subjugation of the South.— Grant explains how he means to accomplish all this. It is to be done simply by'marching one army of 100,000 men on Richmond via. Abingdon and Lynchburg, and another of the same force on Atlanta. The Mercury makes no allowance whatever for the possibility of failure. <lrant is to march from East Tennessee. His sue.ess is- to be uninterrupted. He is to take Lynchburg. The whole population north of James river is to clear out. and betake "themselves to North Carolina. Richmond is to b. starved out and to surrender at discretion. In the meantime Thomas, never meeting with i reverse, of coarse, « to enter Atlan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 8 January 1864

■■■.-mm — «.«*■»■ - » .. ■■ —— i ■» f t teller from Captain Senemes. The editor of th. Mobile Register has been favored with a perusal of a letter from Capt. JBemmes, of the Alabama, to his wife, and wa. permitted to make the following extracts: C. £. Stxaker Alabama, \ CepeTown,Oape}ol Good Hope" Aug. 8,1863. / ♦ » « * * # * I had no idea, when I left New Orleans in j the Sumter, that the war would last over j twelve months, and lo! we are in its third year, and. as yet I see but faint hopes of it. eooelnsion. * v * I wrote you last from Bahia, in 3ra.il, by the way of England, aad directed my letter to you at'Cinmnnati ; since which, seeing that the Yankef brute, Burnside, bad warned you to quit, I have feared that my letter did not reueh you. I hope that yon have at length all safely reached our line., where I doabt not you hare found kind friends to welcome you. * * * I have nothing to add in respect to my course which would be of much interest to yon, since the bnsy public doub...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 15 January 1864

M 111 ' Ililll^ VOLUME 24; $0$& Until further Notice, nn subscription will he "taken for a longer term thuri si x" months, for whlek..§s will be charged. For a shorter period, !?1 psr nioptlj. * Advertisements will be charged $3 for the insertion of one square.o* 10 lines, and #1.50 for ■each coutiuifance. T« those who co.vartisc by the year, a liberal discount from the regular t i-tes T.-ill be male. All dues to the of tac may be remitted by mail,' ifJm good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the SdirM-s. the person remitting taking the Postmaster's receipt that the money was deposited KM the mail. Obituaries ef mare than 10 lines will be charged at advertising rates, also tributes ef respctet, »au* $10 for announcing candidates. Warrative of un Escaped €i>afedet'ats £*riiO£ECr. The following letter gives interesting derails of the first escape, recapture, and second -and final escape-from Yankee durance of a -Member of the Richmond llusvars, from Augus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 15 January 1864

$irginhtK; B;Y COALE &z BABB. Friday, Jan. 1*5,1864. Gen.' Morgan at the Libby. The Enquirer gives a very interesting account of Gen. Morgan's visit to the Libby Prison im Richmond on Saturday last, and his interview with tbe inmates. The prisoners number more than I,o§o. As Seoa as the General entered, says the Enquirer, he was conducted into the presence of the author of the Maine Liquor Law,. Brig. Gen. Neal Dow! An introduction teek place, when Morgaa observed with one of those inimitable smiles for which he is so noted, "Gen, •Sew, I am happy to see yen here; or, rather I should say, since you are here, I am happy to see you looking so well." Dow quickly replied, without apparent embarrassment, "Gen. Morgan, I c<mgratulate you en your escape; I cannot say that I am glad you did escape, but since you did, I am glatkto see you here.." Gen. Morgan also had an interview with the notorious Col. Streight, who had a few days before been released from elo6e confi...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 15 January 1864

Reports-of the Press Association. Entered according to act of Congress iv toe year 18G3, by J. S. Thrasher, in the Clerk's office of the District Court of tbe Confederate States for the Northern District ef Georgia. Congressional, Richmond, Jan. 9. In the House, this morning, the bill to place in service citizens of any State er territory of . the? United States, or other foreign countries ■ Was taken up, and after considerable discussion -.-■ was referred back to the committee with instructions to report a bill allowing all claiming alienage time to leave the country, aad on failure to leave, to go into the army. Yeas 87—nays 29. This bill had passed to its third reading, when a motion was made to recommit. A communication fron Gen'l Wise, addressed to the Virginia delegation, was read in the House, i» which be endorses without reserve, the memorial of Gen'l Hardee and other officers of tbe Tennessee army. He says that, from nearly three years' experience in*the army, he eerdially ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 15 January 1864

COUNTING-HOUSE CALENDAR, FOR 1864. tsp — ■ ■ - ■ -— i ■ ■—— _53« 8 * _ 3 2 o sb _ •< C S I i s 1-s g 5_ S| Eh £ fr* S OQ —_. —~; ' i ■ ' . tfAXUABY. " # l' 2 3456 7 8 9 -10 11 12 13 14 15 16 .17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 FEBRUARY. 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 j 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 '27 28 29 MARCH. 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 APRIL. 1 2 ,3456789 V W 10 11 12 13 1-4 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 , MAY. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 '8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 • 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 JUKE. 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 _ 12 13 14 15 16 17 IK 19 20 21. 22 23 24 25 2ft 27 28 29 SO JULY. s * 12 -■.*4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Zl AUGUST. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 .31 SEPTEMBER, 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 , 25 26 27 28 29 30 OCTOBER, 1 23 4.5...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 22 January 1864

VOLUMK 24. Until further notice, no subscription will be taken for a tojlger term than six months, for whiok JS will For a shorter penod, $1 povwonth. ~a r:rcd S3 for % inAuvertisemcnts will X r •*'- * ftl * ... - «*•»!] hues, aud Sl.tnJ toi , sertwn of one seuare of W 11IIV » ■each bbotiriunaee. • i:)l „ rfl To those who advertise by the **** discount'froin the regu'i.ir rates wul by ■ ' A3! dues to the office may be remitted i.. ■ in good and available Bani: mites, at the risu the Editorß, tbe person rejiittinjrSak'mg the Postmaster's receipt that the money wits deposited tn the mail. •Obituariss of more than 10 Uses will oec?inTgfed at advertising rates, also tributes of respect, and $10 for announcing candidates. __ _ L^j> '~ ')...' ■"" " ' ' t'-^T^ From tbe Richmond Examiner. Copt. Mines' Escape* An Interesting Xarraticcofhis and Subsequent Escape, afier his separation from Gen. Morgan. Captain T. Henry Hines, Ninth Kentucky Cavalry, attached to Maj. Geo. John 11. Mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 22 January 1864

&bragtam firprait 13 V COALrT&I3A»Iar Friday, .Jan. S5«, I»G4. '"" The "Situation." The tidings of treason in Nonoh Carolina, the statement that a delegation of prominent citizens of Arkansas had gone te Washington to arrange for that State te resume its position in the Union, and tke resolution in the Federal Congress to raise a million ef >meu for ninety days to "crush the rebellion," nave made some men look a little wild, and 'disturbed' .the nerves of some who have always looked upon the dark side of the picture. That there are some dangerous men in North Carolina—men who would sell out te the enemy if they could, we*bave no doubt—but the Governor and people of that chivalrous State, who have sent so many soldiers to the field and suffered so much, are true to tke cause and will be sure to take care of the traitors. The delegation from Arkansas is a Yankee -■story, «.ud started for effect. If there be such s ■delegation at all, it is a delegati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 22 January 1864

From Tennessee. __ i'ne Atlanta Cnnfo l«i\iey says the enemy Minuting towards Cleveland. This is sup I ■• os 1 to be on neount of Longstreet's pn«i- --| tion between Kaoxvill and Cumberland Gap, and baring cut off tbe Yankee supplies.— Scouts have been seat out to ascertain the facts. By late accounts from Mi-Idle Tennessee, by private letter, we learn that everything is «juiet in that section; The Chattanooga Rebel say«: Capt. Bruce Philips, formerly of the 14th' Tennessee regit want, and commanded that regiment in the first day's fight at Gettysburg, who received authority last Fall to recruit a regiment of cavalry inside of tbe Federal lines, is now in the section of country between the Cumberland and Tennessee Rivers, doing serious damage to tbe foe. He has between 150 and 20© men, and has been actively engaged all winter in annoying the. Federal garriaonj at Clarksville and Fort Domdson, mid the working parties npon tbe North Western Railroad. Not long since ho attached several...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 22 January 1864

—m ——_ _■ ■_;__ **"—. "*" !!!"*'*!.'."J LI!--**"—'-'-" POETRY. A liOve Story. < lie (Struggled to kiss her: slip struggled the same I To prevent him, so bold and undaunted; Uut as smitten by lightning, he heard her exclaim, ' i "Avaunt, sir!" and off he nvauntad. 'But when lie refurned with the fimdhhest laugh, Showing clearly that he was affronted, Aud threatning by main force to carry her off; She cried "Don't,'' and the poor fellow donted. When he.meekly approached, and got down at her feet, Praying loud, as before she had ranted, That she would try and forgive him, and try to be sweet, And said "Can't you?"—the dear girl recanted. Then softly he whispered—"How could you do so !* 1 certainly thought 1 was jilted, But come t&ou with me, to the parsonwe'll go; "Say, wilt thou my dear?" and eke wilted. Then gaily he took her to her new home; A shanty by no means enchanted— D 4 'See here we can live without longing to roam." He said "Sbant wa, my dear?" So they...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 29 January 1864

VOLUME' 24 Wtxmto —— v i v Until further notice. m> subscription will be taken fir a lunger term thin six montlis, for . wbi -b $ j will be charged. For a shorter period, 31 per month. Advertisement* will be charged. $3 for the in-eei-CMU of one squire of 10 lines, and 51.50 tor -•eaeii co.itiunance. . - To those who advertise by the year, a liberal from the regular rates will be made. AH dues' to the office may be remitted by mail, in good and available Bank notes, at the risk of "ihe Editors, the person remitting taking tke Post- - imaster'e receipt Chat the money was deposited ia che a_C ' Ooitiiarierf ef mere than 10 lines will be charged- at a Ucrtistug rates, *1.-o tributes uf respect, »ul $10 for .uitim.iciug candidates. T7-3_ J E&B_-F-IIC. Beports of the Press Association. Eitt»r« d according to net of Ceogi <s» in me jt*r 1808, by J. S. Thuasmeb, in toe Clerk's office of the District Court of the Confederate States for the Nrheru Di-tiiot o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 29 January 1864

. _____—___■» _»*^ ;slla|fte -9 irgtukt. BY COAtE & AtAßKyy Jan. &&, 1.-.Q-A. ™" ~ Hnex*Fllle. ' -We were entertained a few evenings ago with an interesting narrative «#.the State Of affairs in ■ knexville, by a very H»telligeuts*etUman who * had been there from the time of its occupation "by the Federal army until about three week* ugo, when he watcbed bis. opportunity and slipned out between the pickets. He says the character of Fedoral rule and policy there has pretty well cured the Union men of tbeir Unionism, and has more firmly and resolutely determined Southern men to fight them to the bitter end, and to throw all the weight of their services and influence in the scale of Southern independence. When be left,' about the 10th of Janurry, there was a vast deal of sickness in tbe city, besides some 350 cases of small pox. We have heard from another source, that they bury the deed in the yards and gardens, or wherever most convenient. Our. infor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 29 January 1864

— ' -*-■——■awaam_a^asasßsan>mpwa_.aa LF J Et^aam Bepbrts of the Press Association. IU l ?:L h l.- hS -- T ? KKSU ««- in the Clerk's of- £„«. ! h *. D -«nct Court of tbe Confederate States for the--Northern District of Georgia. From the Missiaslppi. i Mehidiax, Jan. 22. I Advices from Vicksburg repott the river! blockaded at Greenville and Millikens Bend by onr batteries. , Very few transports go down, and provisions rose to an exorbitant h'ejght. The steamer Ben Franklin was taken to Vicksburg lately by a gunboat. w*ith tho crew in irons. * The boat was detected crossing ordnance 1 stores for the Confederacy on the Louisiana idiore. • A fight occurred at Boone, Warren county, a -short time since between negro troops and whites. Tbe negroes killed a number of Yankees, when reinforcements arrived und'eharged; the negroes oponod on them witb grape aad -caaivter; several hundred Yankees were killed. ■ ■ ' ■■'—»o»' '- —- Congressional. Richmond,.Jan. 23. a The Senate was hot i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 29 January 1864

POETRY. Wait, and See What God will Dp. <3bri.-tinii wsitvtbsugii nations tremble,' . Sicken to their utmost bound, Men 4hair troubles ill dissemble, Dread and panic spread around; TweiVs no prophet now to tell us, To behold in vision true, What Svents wil soon befall us— Wait, and see what God will de. Christian wait, the mtttfring thunder, , G*th'ring in the akjt, a'far t Need nat cau«e dismay or wonder. Doubt, or dread,- or panic four; 1 Stay your soul on His protection, He will bring you Bafely through, Baniab every sad d«-jfCtioii— Wait, and see what God will do. Christian wait, Jehovah reigneth, On His throne of mercy still; - He the wrath of m-vn reatiaineth, \\Vn he worketh not Ilia willBe asr-ured tbe future story Otthe days now dark to you, .. Will record Hiswork of glory— ' ". ■„ ' Wait, and see what t}od will do. ,— :—-c* - From tho Mobi.e Tr.bune. Tbe Soutliera Girl's Sonff. Aim—Bonny Blue Flag. Oh ! yes, I am a Southern girl— And glory iv the name, And boast...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 5 February 1864

VOLUME^; Until further notice, no subscription will lie -taken'for a longer term than six months, .fur •which $3 will be charged. For a shorter period, : 51 per month. Advertisements will be charged $3 for the insertion of.oue square of 10. lines, and $1-50 fo. each continuance. To those who advertise by the year, a liberal discount from the regular rates will be made. All dues to tbe office may be remitted by mail, In good and available Bank notes, at the risk of tke Editors, the person remitting taking the Postmaster's receipt that the inonvy was deposited in tie mall.. Obituaries of more than 10 lines will be charg--ecj at advertising rates, also tributes of respect, and $10 for announcing candidates. ——- --—--. .", B —I.<—! am i j _____ To tbe Citizens and Soldiers of Kentucky. Fellow-Citizens :\ The Provisional Council of Kentucky have enacted a law authorizing an election to be held on tbe 10th of February, for RepresenR 'rues' Kentucky to the Congress of the rate l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 5 February 1864

mi i, ' ■ -*±~~ r . . A) BT COALE .m BA*a»^l !lFx-i<l»Jiy, Feb. -•>, I®o-*. j The Va. & Tenp lload. j We base just returned fronva run-over the Va.*tfenn.. Southside and Danville Roads, and ff tbe record of all travellers accords with our experience, in pa rt » vel 7 D - tter ■-•'"g* -wo«*l4 be, set down to the charge of one, at •host, of tbeae thoroughfares. It was our good fortune to be on the train vhe % condoct of Capt; R. H. Bucknor, oirthe Vs. & term. road, b »tly g dog an 1 retureing, to whom we tender our thanks for his Wd and gentlemanly deportment towards us- but we were treated only asall ethers, as far as we saw or heard. h hen certainly oeen fortunate for the Ya. .fcTe-hn. niSd, that such mon as Capta. Buck•iiejvHarnil.ing, Cobbs, Sowers, Horton and Scruggs are in tbeif employ; and this, with the energetic and unremitting labors, of Pree. Owens.and Superint'dt D»<bimead, has rendered this road one of the best cond...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian — 5 February 1864

V? Reports of the Proas Association* Watered according to act of Congress in the x J.M- 18G3, by J. 8. TitkxsuEß. in the Clerk'a office- Of the District Court of the Confederate States for the Northern District of Georgia. Congressional* T.tchmono, Jan.. 30tb. The Ifouse to-day parsed a bill that the net to nut an end to substitution *hall not apply to any farmer or planter engaged on the, fifth instant ia the production of grain, provisions or .family supplies. * .. "The principal provisions of the bill have been heretofore reported—passed-by-forty-four y*as, thirty-four nay*. Also passed a bill that all 'officer c, soldiers and seamen permanently disabled in tke line of be retired but rank and pay and emoluments to continue till the «nd of the war, or a* long as they continue rexired. The Secretary of War may a-sign them to Such duty as they fire able to perform. All vacancies caused by retired officers to be filled tke some as in cases of death or resignation. Tlie house 'was in ...

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