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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

n ii noiiovs _«»*iW _ ¦ r If a man is doomed to a stake, lie would generally prefer that it should be beef or venison. i-If yon wish-to have a writer's praise lake especial care to- write a liille worse than he'does. ¦ - The law should clench ttsi fisis when it finds rogues slipp ling through its finger*. Difficulties and strong men,, like ( trap, and razor, are ' made for each other. Respectability is a thing that m.tny people are willing lo run in debt for. Treat your family kindly, but put your idrses and cattle nightly lo Ihe rack. A due bill puts an additional pair of wings io the back of Time. -w / He who knows his ignorance i« the pis- ^. sessor of the rarest kind oT valuable lino wledg e. . . . . In the end nil men find the devil's* work the hardest thfy ever undertook. ¦ ' The hatred«of those who are the.most nearly connected is the mon inveterate. We are commanded to let our light ' sTThKt-^, before men;-the man with'a red nosekpeps . his light shining befoWiurnsel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

$E LECT Ml 8.CELLANY. HARCIA ANDERSON'S REWARD. BY BELLA FRENCH. It was a cold day in November in the city of . The wind sighed mourn fully. and the sleet rattled against the windows, making a dismal sound. All nature seemed to be mourning the death of the flowers, and even liu-fe Marcia Anderson ' sighed as . she looked out ul a window ol tier grand home and thought how long it would be before summer would come again. And, as she gazed out upon the wamng elements, she noticed that a little boy,bare ' loot and ragged, sat .upon the stone step in from ol the house , lie was crjing bitterly. In an instant she had sprung Irotii her chair. The next was beside the lad, will) her liule anna around his neck. ••What ails you, poor litite^boy?" she asked ' "O, I am so hungry, and we have noth' ing to eat. Mother and sister are starving too. Mother can't get any work, nor I can ' t neither. O, 1 wisli 1 could die! "" ' sobbed the boy. ••Marcia! Marcia!"- called a voice from within. . ...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

The geroeg that H^ve ^ Died. The. papers have done their full share toward handing Gen. Baker down to fame. It is-well that they should do so; he was worthy, and his name and his lame will be cherished ^ atrS remembered in future lime. So has It been wiili Ellsworth, sa with Winthrop,'and so with the noble Gen. Jjyon. They have been tlie-«ubjecl of frequent and well deserted panegyric and eulogy. The ° nation has felt ihtir loss and mourned over their deaih, even though in dying, vtiey became doubly famous. We would not have had it otherwise and would not detract one iota from the merit, gallantry, or nobleness of either of them.— Would to God they were living to-day, to tiike part in the great struggle which mual still go on thougii they have died. " . E$ul while rctnemberihg and cherishing, the noted ones who have yieliled all upon the altar of their Country, and yet bequeathed . a. legacy ol honor to (heir posterity, we would not forget the unnoted brave, who have, (Tied and ...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

6 E t EC T _ P O E T R Y ." FOB GOD MB 11BERTV, union SONS. Ho! freemen—brethren—sturdy sons Of patriots true and brave, Who «ank in .Glory's crim&on fieltlj ' To fill an honored grave; Arouse, ond Ic . t the jvajchrword ring Wide o'er land and sea; ' .Our glorious Union, how and e'er—For God and JJbertyF What! would ye blot one peerless star From out our banner's blue? ' Our blood-cemented compact rend? .' Ye know not what yo do! Stand by the Flag, true hearts and bold! Let this your watchword be: - pur glorioUB Union now and ever—For God arid Liberty! Hark! hear ye not that Jireful sound? 'Tis wild Disunion's ' cry! Arouse!—before fair Freedom's hosts The phantom dread shall fly! Stand by the Flag! long mny its folds «» _ Wova over laud anJ sea! Our plorious Union now and e'er—r For God and Liberty? TBINOST^MEKISH. Tlie eyes that look with love on thee, • . That brighten with thy smile, Or mutely bid thce hope ngain, If thou ait sad awhile; The eyes that, when no words a...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

There is an effected humility more onsuffcrable . lhan downright pride, as hypocrisy is. more abominable than libertinism. Take care thai your virtues be genuine and Unsophisticated. . . Learning, it is said, may be an instrument of fraud; so may bread, if discharged from the mouth of a cannon, be an instru ment of death. Eich may be equa'ly effective, for evil. ¦ Words are nice things,- but they strike hard. We wield them so easily that we are apt to forget their Hidden power.— Fitly spoken, they fall like the sunshine, the dew, and the summer rain—but *vhen unfitly, like the froW the hail, and the desolate tempest. J ' ' The cup ol patience is carved by angel ¦ icr hands, -»et around- with diamond* from the min<is of .Eden, and &Ued at the eternal fount ofgnojiness .*, . .. Nothing is nobler :han the aristocracy instituted by God; few " things are poorer than that sol up b y meri. ' ¦"¦ ¦ > '¦¦¦ ' •¦¦•» .. Firsv infancy, diem ihen 4}hilubi)o4, then y.ou...

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

Boors for Children.—Don ' t overlook their importance because they are writing for Children*- Children's books, little though they be, are Ihe Great Educators oi the people, li in darKer ages the baT lads of the people'were Ihe germs of their laws, much more now arc children's books the basis of the body politic, tor they are really at the foundation of national intelligence. And of all books for children, Ihe Reading Books used in the schools, 'exceeding all other juvenile books in numbers exert the greatest influence in j educating the people, and iri moulding national char- Reading Books should combine all possible excellencies. ' m««—: '-• ( / The remark was we!l lounded wfuch Crates', the Theban, was accustomed Ho make that if it ' were possible, he would Bland on Ihe highest place in Ihe city, and cry out; with all his power: "What . are you thinking of, you people, that you are devoting all your industry to the acquire¬ ment oi ricnes, no cure an your children, to whom ...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

"My friend lives three miles from the post-office; and one, stormy night !ast win. ter he told his new help to hdrnets Ihe horse go down to the. office, and sec w ha) was there in hisjbox.giving him ihe number In ' due time Jerry - returned, and pulling up his horse .made his appearance at the library door of Mr. C •, who sitting in gown and slippers, was impatiently waiting the arrival of the mail. ••Well, ' jerry, what was there for roe?' '•Two letters and a '* pa per. Sir.* ifWel' hand them to roe! What are you standing there for?' "Indade, Sir, and you didn't tell me to bring them, at all alalll* - "Mr. C——, finding that Jerry had Ihe best of it, asked him what he went lo the office (or., • , , - •¦You told me to go to the office and see what was in the box, and haven't I done it sure?" • • •-Jerry hail to harness up again, and take another ride in ihe cold; muttering as he went that he wished his Honor would 'be after maning what he said next lime."

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

A Beautiful Extract—Labob.—Wh y, man ol idleness, iabor ricked you in tne cradle, and has nourished your pampered life; without it,'the woven silks and wool upon your back' would be in the<fold. -^- For the meanest thing that" ministers lo human want save tho air of heaven, man is indebted to toil; arid even the air, ' ay God's ordination, is breathed with labor. It is only the drones who toil not, who infest the hive of activity tike -masses of corruption, and decay. The lords of the earth are working men. who can build up or cast down at their will, and who retort the sneer of the "soft hand," by pointing to their trophies wherever art-, science, civilization, and humanity are known.— Work on, man of toil! thy royalty is yet to be acknowledge as labor rises onward to the highest throne ot power. W.ork onand in the language of a true poet, be: "A glorious man! andjthy renown shall be /Borne by winds anq waters through all time • - Whilp there's a keel to carry it on the ...

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

, in a letter secretly transmitted from a (J niph man in Loudon eounly to hi« t d»ughler in Maryland. It is long and minute in its details, and was evidently intended for more eyes than those of the lovely and patriotic young lady to whom it was addressed. Read the -tallowing extract*^ which I am permitted lo copy-from it and transmit to yotu The people of the South thought cotton was king; but they never knew how important and useful the Yan kees were to them. They are in want of everything except "nigger nap," and-»'lulled linsey." It is made here, and is selling at four dollars per yard—formerly one dollar. You would be surprised if you were to see our stores, how empty they are—not a .yard of calico to be had at any price. There is but one store in Lovets ville now. Mr. Luckelt has a few goods yet. Mr . Slater has not over a cartload of goods in his store. I will give you a statement oi egme of the prices of goods here, and 1 will state nothing bul . whai 1 know lo be true: ...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

M HUM jUtOU, Wit luioiripiiBiCiiirsi isii Suk of Valuable JPnperlj/.—We direct attention to lire sale of valuable personal properly by D. M OitTnicHYhtar I.eitars burg, io to-day's paper. " " d Chant*for a Blacktnut h.— VVa direct attention lo in* -advertisement of Mr. A. Dark, lit another anlumn. *"" hack Again.—Oat Flag was relumed mi Saturday nig bl last. Remorse of cooscience no doubt induced the guilty wretchtisjto return it. The psriy suspected are two noted Rebels, not long, since eaughl in the aet of bagging a oouple ducks. Newspaper Change—Gso. II. MbKolb, Em}., tias disposed, of the office of th« OliambersburgVfl% Spirit, lo Messrs. P. S. DBCKKm/and II. Y. Hahshbr. BTCol. Colt, the in venter ol ¦ re. volver and other firearm*, died at his residence in Hartford, onjthe IQih inst., aged 48 yean. , M«M 1 Edwin Al. Slanlon, recently appointed Secretary of War ' , on Monday last entered upon the (iutiet of hit office. KP"The body of young Lrsiibr, a notine of whose de...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

Washington, Jan. 16.—The contested election ca«e of Erederirk P. Stanton . ag gainst Gen. Lane is considered one of the most interesting that ever came fee I ore the Senate. General Lane's right to his seat wa* confirmed by a vote of 24 against 16 It is understood that he, together with his Staff, will shortly leave Washington 'or the purpose of assuming command of his division. There is a perfect ha-mony of views between him and Gen. Hunter, who is irVcommnnd of tfie Department oi Kitn-9a8. His friends to-night complimentpd him with a serenade. A jjakd of Plenty.—A letter writer Irom Danville, Iowa, at the close of . December saye:-"The farmers are plowing their ground and husking their corn in the field. Everything very cheap-corn from 10 lo 13 cents a buarjel; wheat, 45 10 50 cents aJbushel} oats, 8 and 10 cents a bushel; butter, 5 to 7 cents per pound; eggs, 6 cts. a dozen; chickens,,. 50 cts. a dozen; Turkeys, 35 ' cis. apiece; beef, 3 to 4 cents a pound, hog*. *3,25 to $3,...

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

QetuHalleQkto Divlson. Rtpotted battle near Ironton—Six tlwu-. aanrf Rebels, under Jeff, lompsbn, Defeat Eight thousand Union troops. 7 " The St. Louis Democrat, of January,17, saya; Inforfua"lion of a reliable characterreached this city to, the effect that, yesterday, a large body of rebels, numbering about Ct.OOQ men, in eapmahd of Jeff. Thompson, advanced upon a Federal detachment of 80Q troops, under Col. Mills, at a distance of about 23 mites irom Irontoo, and gave them battle. - A desperate conflict ensued, resulting in the loss of otany killed and wounded on both sides. The Federals, overpowered by numbers had at latest accounts, fallen bacK a distance ol eight miles, leaving a quantity ol baggage in the hands of the enemy, and were still retreating towards Pilot Knob. ArPilol Knob considerable alarm existed, and Colonel Carlin was making «very pieparailon for the impending struggle al that point. An . attack was thong }] t to be inevitable last night, but will.not probab...

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

Ey"Th« House ol Representatives of the U. States has patsed a bit! abolishing the franking privilege. This is hailed with general approval, and is an important item in retrenchment ol Government expenses. It contains but «>ne-section : "From and afier the 1st of July, 1885, the franking privilege shall be find is hereby abolished." It ha* yet lo pass the Senate. , S^The contested ease for a seat in the House of Representatives, between Mr. Cessna, and Mr. Householder, ol Bedford, has been decided in favor of the former, and he was sworn in and look his seat. II we may believe the Richmond papers, Union feeling in Ilichmond is not yet entirely smothered./ H«n. James Lyon was appointed by the rebel War Depariment to visit several persons confined in the Richmond jail on the charge of expressing Union sentiments, and he h»s jsst made a report that he finds sis of them guilty. lie recommends that they be hung as traitors. EF*A fat woman is now exhibiting ai New York* who,...

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

aeersmwn, GT HORSE CQYE.KS!. READY MADE, at the lotwsfccash. *ates, at ~~ UPDEGKAFFS'Hat Store, Opposite Washington House,, HueersVow.n, M'U Near Fanneitsburg, Franklin county. Pa., on the 13th <»l November, Sarah, nged II year»,6 months and 3 days; on the 16th j >(-2io*embrrrffiafij—Jtnn. aged 14 years, 10 months ant) 21 ' day 1; on the 17ih of November,. Elizabeth, agea 13; years/at months anil 6 ilajs; on the 29ib of November, Christiana, aged 6 years, 11 months and 3 clftya; ail daughters of Henry and Catharine VVineinaii, The disease o( which they difd was diptheria. Suddenly on the 25th utt., in Ringgold, Jacob King, in the 35th year of his age. PRICE CVRliENF OF AMBBRSON, BENEDICT & CO, Corrected Weekly. WAY\ES8QR0f, Jan. 24 ;862. Bdttbb .... 15 So&p .... 4 to 6 Lard - • 7 Tawow - - - . 8 Bacom (bamB) 10 Wabhed Wool. - - 30 do. sides 7 Uswashkd Wool 20 , do. shoulder -7 Pared, Psacuks 00 Eeoa ..,.. - 12 1 Ba»D ArVLga - • t)U PRICE CURRE...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

tack was made to-day on Gen. Zollicnffrr'a entrenchmPiiiB, by Gen. Schoepff and Gen. Thomas, resulting in a complete victoty. The "Stars and Stripes" now. wave over the Rebel fortifications. Our troops captured all the camp property and a large number of prisoners. The loss of the rebels is heavy. Znllicoffpr'e dead body is in the possession of the Federal troops* Considering Ihe boasted impregnability nfZollicoffer's ontrenchrnents,"thi» is a one of the moat signal victories of the war. LouisviLtE, Jan. 20.—The Bailie Pryton who was killed in the recent engagement proves to be Railie Peyton, Jr.} . attached 10 Zollicoffrr's staff, and not Bailie Peylon, Sr., as first reported. ' , ZIL, Louisville, Jan. 20.—The recent fight took place on Sunday, instead of Saturday morning,/ Gen. . Thomas, on Sunday afternoon, followed up the rebels to jtheir entrenchments, sixteen miles from his jown c&mp, and wa* about lo attack them this morning, [Liter advices state that this attack ...

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

BALTIMORE mARKKTiS. From tlie Baltimore.Americanof Tuesday last. Fl.OUK—Ihe onjy ' sales we heard o. " were 100 bbts. Howard Street Super at 95.75, and 200 fabls. Ohio Ex:ia at *8 25. Supers closed steady at «5.75a5 87i for Howard Street; *5 62a575 for Ohio and $5 50d5 75 per bbl. for regular shipping brands of CAv Mills. Baltimore tiround Family and Extra are-selling at the quota* tions bolow. We quote Howard Street Super at *5 75; Extra to Fancy do. at «6.31a6.50; Family do. at S0.50a7. GRAIN.—There was very little inquiry for wheat this morning, but prices show no material change. Reds sold at at 122a 130 cts. for' common to (air-and 132a 135 cts. for good to prime. We quote whiles as ranging from U0aL35 (or common to fair; 140a 150 for good do., and 155a 1G0 cts. for prime anu choice parsels ol ditto. Thern were sales of some 1,500 bushel* of Corn at G0a6l els- lor yellow., 62a63 els. lor good new white, and 65 cts. lor prtm« parcels of ditto. There was also a small sale ofH...

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

' [For the Record TBI PEACE FUJTERNiTY. * VtV ' -Mi S. H. Ah! thoq first born of Freedom's sons, A dreadful plague of Wrath and blood Mow sweep* across 1 Jhy proiiJ array Of noble ' deed* and dismal pride; While black and di«nsl night Beclouds tby youthful brow. A deadlj Hydra of ignoble birth, and baiest life Mow seeks lo tear the glorious garb, . That like a mighty mnntlo shields This bright, lobe star of hope. ' 'Tis fierce revenge, and selfuh pride—The bane of Kings; and men ; / Who reckon not ihe happiness Of other-men; but gloal o'er Wild ambition's path of blood—That lit the blazing torch of war, And must we say when years , . Have passed away, and Nature) Btaufls again in all her loveliness', . ThiSir men, high-minded men; Nay cringing tlnpes*—upheld ' And justified the act. E'ea so—Though oft the foul and Damning act is hid by Flimsy cries foi Peace. Thou traitor, Why seek bide.Uiy heinous sins. Neath Virtue's cloak, when every, act ¦ Of thy vile hands seems burde...

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

THE LATE VIGTORITAT SOMERSET Fmtket...PMr.ticulars Particulars of tht Battle in Kentuck y Cincinnatti, Jan. 21.—A special Louisville despatch, lo the Commercial, says that despatches received at headquarleis announce that the battle took place on Sunday morning, and that General Thomas continued the pursuit uhtil night. Our forces lollowed the rebels, who ran before them like a flock of frightened sheep close up to their, entrenchments on Ihe north bank of the river. ' In front of these they. lay all night, expecting to storm them in . the morning; but wiih the aid of their boats and barge*, the enemy managed lo get across the river before daylight. They left behind all their artillery, ammunition, horses, tents, eighty wagons loaded with quartermaster and medical stores, which tell into our bands. Our troops had possession oi the entrenchments yesterday ' morning. Alter reach, ing the opposite side ol the river the reb« els dispersed in every direction. Two hundred dead and...

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

THE WAR IN KENTUCKY. Brilliant f^gfory at Somerset—Death of Gen. Zollicoffer—Bout of hit Forces—Tht f'edeiul Troops in pursuit Cincinnati^, Jan. 20.—A battle was fought at Somerset, K.V., on Saturday, between the Federal troops.under Gen. Sniioepfl, and the rebels under General: Zlollinoffer. 'I'tie engagement was commenced in the morning, and lasted li'l nightfall. Uen. Zollicdller was killed, and his army entirely defeated. The loss ia lieavy on both sides. [ second despatch ] The Federal Vhlory\Confirmtd Louisville, Jan. 2O.-^ Gen Thomas lelrgraphed lo headquarters ihst, on Eriday night. Gen. Zollicoffcr came up to bis encampment and attacked hhn at six o'clock on Batimlay morning, near Webb's Crossroads, in the vicinity of Sorner«el. At half- past 3 o'clock/on Saturday af ternoon, Zollicoffer anu Bailie Peyjgo^Ml been killed, and the rebels were4nfnTl r?- treat to their entrenchments, at Mill Spring The Federal troops were in hot pursuit. No further particulars have been rec...

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

S-UPDEGRAFFS, Practical Hatiers, gave .just returned from th* Eastern Cities with a lull assortment of FALL GOOD., consisting of Hats, Caps, Ladies' Fins, Buffalo Robes, Horse Blankets, Sleigh Blankets, Gloves, Canes, * Umbar.ellas, &c, all of which eta ow itady. and selling at tho ®*LOW E8 T CASH ratce at their. HAT STOKE. Opposite Washington House, Hagergtown, MiL ET LA DIES' fVRsk LADIES FURS! Of all thcrgrades from Piye to Forty Dollars!sett with Mull's, Cuffs, Fair Triiprjiings, &c,, at UFl»EOKAFft£ Hat/Store,. Oppouite Washington House, Hagerstawn, Md. GTBUFFALO ROUES. Buffalo Robes! A Bdlendid lot of Extra and No. 2 ROBES, bought ptcvious to the great advance, and will b» sold at usual rates for cash, at ' Ui«l>EGRAt'F8' Hat Store, ' Opposite Washington House, - Hagoretown, Md. ETGLOVES! ~* A good stock of Buck-akin, Sheep-skin, F ur* Wopi ^ aM Winter Vresa GLOVES, at ' «PJ)EGRAFF8' Hat Store, Oynositg Washington House,

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