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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
Al Ikimt. — Mr. W. H. Brotherton, of tlits plaeel^who was arrested,'by a band of -tehal c»va)rv\ near Msrtinsburg, Ya., in July last, in . cJimpany with Mr. Gaorge Waiter, rvafthf-d hit home on Sunday evening last; having been re leafed al Richmond. They were imprisoned a •horl lime in Winchester with Messrs. Kuril and 1 MeCnwtey Who were arrested about the same dine, aftfj then taken lo Richmond and eontiatd in a tobacco house. About six <*eeks sinm fhey were released from prison and p laced in Ihe Commissary Do partment- *fe»»rs. Walker. Kurtz and McCumsey nre still confined there, but are confidently expected tr> be released soon. Since the change of quarters their coudilion is represented as much improved.—- The parties when arrested lost their all—horses, wagons and contents, down even to their clothing'
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
'•Faithnji. among the Faithikss." — The New York . World pay a a just tribute to Ex-Governor Hicks, of Maryland, id saying that probably no single man has done so much as to foil the schemes of the Rebel conspirators and to «a-ve the National Capital as he. When Ihe aecret history of last winter's plots comes to be written, it will-be show.n,if *e mistake not, that it was his Roman firmness that was the chiel obsla^!e_io_fl-fifliUe4*la4<l-hffHle-ifeTnoTfi wu»,ai:.p iu_tnmm*mnniHe*i-tnnnnte~aBinou• strbtion upon- Washington before Buchar. an left office; anil it was his steadfastness afterwards thai held ihe Slate to its moorings, through all Ihe stormy spring, in spite of a Secession majority in the Legislature, and the traitorous frensy of the Baltimore mob. He alone, of all the Governors of the Slave States, responded favorably to Ihe proclamation. o| the Preaident calling for volunteers, -and on no occasion did his loyal spirit fail him.
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
Jlrtjxy Pay.~-The reduction in pay pel month whicMhe commissioned officers of the Army will be subjected to if Ihe Senate bill passes will be as follows »—J-rtitnt fey Ftopottd Pay Major G«nenU $4CV $300 Btiga&tf-Gcuerol ,328 2lO Colonel ' 918 200 itMwtonanl-Calonel 184 160 Maior . 1Q£ 19U Captain 1S8 *20 Fiist liiciitenant 108 100 Second Meutenant 103 ' 80 Surgi-un-General 838 800 8urgeon, 10 yrft. service 2*9 180 Surgeon, lr» than 1Q years 187 ISO burgeon, 5 yrs/servics, 137 W® burgeon, less than 0. yean V~<> 100 s Pajnmrter Uenernl iZi 200 V ej.'i Payinaatej Geneial 211 180 Paymaster 1B7_ 160 Cliuplain ' ' 80 All Military storekeeper 134
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
•tf 5a<i Jieciaent.—A little girl, aged about ten years, daughter.of Mr; Jos. Anderson, of this place, was very seriously, and it is feared fatally burned, on Wednesday evening last. The child it appears was in the room with a younger one, and it is supposed a magazine in its hands took fire from the lighted candle setting—hs clothes on fire. An older sister in an adjoining room heard the scream of the child, and succeeded' in extinguishing the fire by rolling it up tightly in a piece of carpel, bat not until it was dreadfully bnrned.— At last accounts*it appeared to be-resting wore easy, but lilileTiope of its recovery ni entertained.
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
Government Finances.—Among the. financial schemes presented to Oungress ie one proposing a jjermanenl annual revenue of §990,000,000, and pointing out ' Ihe mode for raising this sum. TI.e writer advises the issue of three hundred millions of demand notes, an 'd a thousand millions of 6 percent bonds, redeemable at ihe pleasure of the government after twenty yearx, the demandjiotps lo be converted into six per cent, bond^at any time. Another proposition is for the Government to receive specie in deposit, issuing certificates therefor, payable at any of- the public depositories.
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
Gov. SrRAOOK or Rhode Island.—No truer patriot haabeec4umui ainse the breaking out of the rebellion than the youthful Governor of Rhode Island. He is a naaej alter our own heart. In a recent mo§i beautiful letter to the; Mercantile Library Association of Boston, he sayt: . . "I thank God I have bwn permitted te live in the present generation. In our live we shalln«*er have a like ' occasion lo serve our eounlrjr>Jto fight for eur " homes, for those wbot fought for os, anil lor those who look to QsjnLesiablish: freedom lor all manbind. W« have tb« eleaMnta within «•; the heart is right—let th«.i*as«ls do wliat the heart dictates." .yV^!-\ ¦ ¦ ¦ • . . - ; ¦;¦ <¦.> [CoHMlfltlCATKP. Who Are the Faithful? Mr. Editor..—It appears strangn and paradox ical ttial men who cry alotiilagiinsi Treaaon, and-Uie wicked soheinea of the traitors, " should bf il.e very first to anedse n«r rulers r>t iniht-uiltty and inactlnit.— Yet such is the nielanclmty trntl). . M...
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
•AVe.—Tbe new brick building erected hy Mr. John J. Irwin, at the west end of Main Street narrowly escaped destruction by fire on Wednesday evening last. It appears that there were a large quantity of shavings in one ol the rooms in the batik building which were set on fire by a sparji from the stove. When discovered the room was in a perlecl blaze. The flames was fortanately subdued but with considerable difficulty: The heal was so great that all the window lig hts were shattered extent two or three.
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
Tht Way they do Thing * in Dixie — The Rnckingham (Va.) Register-, on the plea that the' Union men in the border connties are giving information to the Federal forces prejudicial lathe Southern Confedferaeyr-liws—pwposes-1 o make short work of them: "That we have suoh enemies, and a good many mcli, in the border counties of Loudon, Jefferson, Berkley, Morgan A Hainan shire, is well known, and we think the sooner they ar« driven liver the river, imprixnnsd, shot, oi hanged, the better lor "• " ^._ ,
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
side. the Semi of tht Victory. The scene of the late victory is Somerset, the capital-of Pulaski county. Ken-Micky, and is niluated six miles north ol ihe Cumberland river, and ninety miles east of Frankfort, the capital of the State. Second Great Victory t The eneniy ' s Entrenchments [attacked ana Forced— '1 he Stars and, Stripes waving over the Rebel Fortification*. 7 ' Cincinnati. Jan. 20.—A combined at¬
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
triumph of Republican Freedom. Justice. • The Sufierlng. 'ot the People 1 of Virginia. A correspondent"wriiiug from Point ol Rocks und^r dale of Jan.. Ititi, 8ayt: To the kindness, of Captain Chapman, the genllemanly provost marshal at this p lace, I am indebted for most interesting and reliable news from Secessia. It gives one of the moat doleful pictures ol Ihe condition of affairs in Virginia which .have
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
Xo* /.—On Friday night last a large black crape veil was lost on Mechanics or Main Street. - \l left at this office a lib eral reward will be psid. GTHoraee Binoey of Philadephia, now in his »4th year, has written a very paw erful pamphlet of si>me 64 pages, in the defence of Jibe President's right to suspend ibe Writ of habeas corpus. -
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
^ 17* The Richmond Examiner of the Jfiih instant says that up to the 13th instant 540 Confederate soldiers had been buried in the Hollywood Cemetery, near that city. ft endeavors to explain Ihie great mortality by asserting that a large proportion-ol the sick soldiers of the rebel ar my. are rent to Richmond when they are iu the last stages of fatal diseases.
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
. t OT Tue'assessed value of Mnertter IV, - . - Jff f39,WoOO county," ¦¦ ' . ' - UTTh* N«« York Evening, Post's Wanrington corresponden»*«ys4hal Gen. Jiana has, in several interviews with Ihe Pretiilenl* drseuastd hit plans, and thai, in a conversation with fcien. McOlellaii, the commwder inchiefthttiaddresled him: ••Suppose you find no Union sentiment whatever Whfre you got" "Tlien;!i_rt.-plied Lane, «•! will lake gant] care to Imve no rabel sentiment behind. m«. If Missouti, Arkansas, and ih« |ndinn cnuntry will not Come peaceably under-the laws of is to th« Botsromenj^-mv plan make them a .wilderness. 1 would g ive the traitors twenty-four hours to choose between exile and death. Sir, if 1 can't do better, ( will kill off the white traitors, and give their lands to the lojal black wen!" " The Irienda of Lane assert that, upon hearing this reply, McOlellan laughed, heartily, and said. "You roual work out your own plans. *3o your way, and see to it that no rebel sets his lo...
Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
GOflDS!! WE respeetfully inform onr cuatomsrs and all persons who wish to -purchase chefp FALL AND * . WINTER DRY .COODS that 'we have just returned from the eastern cities and are now receiving a large and well selected assortment of of all kinds, patcrns, varieties and prices, which . we promise to sell as 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 hand. DRESS GOODS of all kinds for Fall and Winler . wear' DeLaines, Alpacas, Merinos, Coburgs, DeBcges, Lustres, Plaids Silk», ' ' • Collars, Sleeves, " Prints, Hoops, Skirts. MEN'S Pall and Winter, O O Q D S , (-fftpsimcrs, Ca«sinetfc» i Cloths, Velvet, Satin, i Vesting, Cord, Fustian, Crnvnts, Collars, BreaitU, Hdk'fs, Hose. A~n e ,\:Vir-noT~o p
Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
Bay State Shawls, .(latest styles,) sdpurb Thibot Shawls, sewed -border, rich Vrinto.l Shawls with silk fringe, all of which are from tho latest importations, and will be si>ld ut prices tU.it defy coaipoiton. House r«i'«is365ij j5: &do£s! Irish and Scotch Sheeting, pillow case and bolster Linens, fine, low priced Damask Table. Linens spotted and damask Table. ClotUs, every si/,o anil grade; Napkins, Diiyles, and Huck 'J'ow7tings,.low priced Kitchen Toweling, Bolster, Pillow and Sheoting Muslins, 3-4, 4-4, 6-4, 8.4, or 10-4 wide, draped dimity UljiiUets, Marseilles an d Alleiidalo l^uilla. such as heavy bro. Cotton, bleached -Muslins, Odn ' ahurgs, Tickings, stripped Drills, Apron Bucks, Kerseys, Denims, Cotton Flannels, Prints, &e. MEN'S WEAR. • Black and Fancy Cloths and Cassimercs, of tho newest styles, Mixed Doeskins, Sattinetts, Un ion Cassimercs, Cashigeretts, Doaiu, Cottonidfs, Ovurcoatings, silk, satin, murino and velvet Vesting*, extra heavy ribbe...
Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
<&± SXi Hi IS *W> <£\ J3a \ OF FALL ISl ' TOTM GOODS, |_ B _ A VIXG just rctiirnrd from ihn Eastern cfbins Jf!l with anothi-rs hot of new and elegant atylus Ladvts' DRESS COOB-% x un»urpasecd for Beauty, Stjle ani- Qual^y aiul rt PAiSIC P1»CF.S. Wosl Di f lainrs BviUh-jm ' ii*, i" r>;Mch M^ orinoe, PrintuJ Cohurjr., - v yaahmenw, " £ Mohair AIjuici, Lavella Clotb, DeNe^cs. Pcr-<i'in Belanes, Swiss Guighnm, L«tHe*-WTj(j|-Elastic Skirtj, E x'i>nsrnn .Skirts] A [iron Tassels, and ; i full iiigurCrtiont oi ' Urc.is Trimmings, &.C. j- r * French Cloth, (Jassimers, Vj'sjing?, S< aunut, Tweeds Joans, Cords, .Velveteens, Colliiri, - tiloves, Shirt Frontf. ALSO—A heavy lot of TV not necessaiy to mention. . QUZiSXf S-WARB,
Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
PUBLIC_ SALE. rpHB- undersigned will sell at pnlilic sale, ot liis rcfllJenge on the road leading from l.oitersburg to Smithabuig, one mile from the former place, ' On Wednesday, 20/A day of februaryr'W& tlio following persona] property, to wit: i HEAD WOP nORSES, and 1 two-seat old COLT; 20 HS^O OF Born Cattle, ^B| among which ire 6 MILCH COWS, anil one fine Doven Bull; 50 head of HOGS, among which are 8 fine BROOD SOWS and 1 CHESTER BOAR; 2 Plantation Wagons, 2 pair Ha; Ladders, 1 pair wood do., 1 of Gciser's Patent Self-regulating Grain Separators, CLANER and BAGGER, with the latest Improved Iron Tripple Gear Hone Power, and all complete on Four Wneele. ' 1 MANN? REAPER. 1 Wheel Rake, Grain Drill, 1 set BLACKSMITH TOOLS ' , Wheat Fan, Horse Gears, Plough Oeara, Fly Nets, Housens and Halters, Cow Chains, 3 Ba ' rshear Plows, 4 8hovel Ploughs, 1 Corn Coverer, 2 Harrows, 1 Fifth Chain and Spreaders, Trelible, Double and Single trees, Butt and Breast Chains, together with...
Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
in port of — Printed Thibet Cloth, Printed and plain Delaines, ' Cothilde plaid, Cethilde Stupe, Plaid Mohair, - -Silk Warp Mohair, Parametta Cloth, Printed Coburg, Printed Morino, French Moiino, Madonna Cloth, Printed and plain Cashmeres, French and Domestic Ginghams, Poplins, Pongee .Mixture, , Lavella Cloth, Long and Square, Thibet nml Morino Shawls, Opera Cloaking, Gloves, and Hosiery, in treat variety. Gentlemen' s Wear, Broad Cloths, Black and Fancy Cassimeres, Union Cassimeros, Overcoatings, Sattincts, Joans, Tweeds, Velvet Cord, *"" Velvutino Vesting)) of all kinds, in fact a full assortment of goods for Gentlemen's wear. Also a large and well selected stock of DOMESTIC GOODS, Muitin, ' Ticking; and a complete a assortment of Notions. It's no use trying to enumerate. ^ If you want anything at all in the Dry Goods line, you wilh pleasure. Ij'o persons having country Products to sell,- they win (inil it to their advantage to bring it to Stdver's. ashe always giws the lii...
Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
he has just received, nnd tho LOW PH10SS tliry flTC'sold at' nevertheless the£rcat cry of "High Prices" caused by the war, which is shown to bo false by nn examination to the magnificent stock of gooda ofTeringrat the above e.->ti!)Ii-hmi'nt. You will find a varied assortment of all kinds of gooda such as SILKS, VALOURS, SCOTCH PLAIDS, CASHMERES, v • LAVELLA CLOTHS, * ' MOTTLED MIXTLRES, SOLFERINO DELAINES, REP. ROUBAIX, and a variety of other DUESS GOODS -ALSOS S Jfc-X—V-E ii V-ET&, CASSIMERS, CLOTHS, and all kinds and blylcs of Gentlemen's Wear, with a great lot of all kinds of (Joods usually kept> in Waynesboro'. * . , , Tho undersigned tenders his regards to his ' numerous friends aud patroa«r~~and hopes a continuance of favors. . . '^ \j Merchuntu through this country .can find goods at Eastern wholesale prices by calling at Besore'a, thcrfll'y saving freight and other disadvantages. PerxoiK dcKirirg a nice SJiurpe's Repeater can bu aecouiiaudaU;d...