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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

Sei.kct Sentemces.—^-H . e. that . liajh sfig ht tfrrnighta of sin, " never had ' g ' reat I housin g of-&»(!. ¦ •• "¦" •" - "• .'• • - •' ¦' •' •TliedepthsiofmUnery^rff never beyond Ibe . d^hj s^'ft inp . rqyT . * . , ,;,.-,-.-,; ,-,J, -.-; tje ,iha^,, wnu. ld , be little injemnjation^et him fee'niii cli'in ' pray ' er. ' ( ' * . ' ; ^'GrtcU * rjlnfer*if» whliflhi adversity: ' "' L Nofitarkidare a»k ot:RiiJ »o mi(gh as he is ready and willing*t»'TBtve. - ^ „ , ' VV:heri'we are-most real!j. ' to perish, then i» G»d most )renilv:tnJielri.K ; .- •.;- ..!¦ - .iu i U is.M .te;;gl ufy, i««J f a fy ( ,yi/isuan 9 ot ,^% taint hearted'ttndec tnal8, (iii , () _ lkVil ., ' The ' guiil bV ' niie ' si'n : is a ' 1 {tro ' aler'niijf ry Utah' ifce^drdert^ofi 1 tfidtfrfifiia'tfittHkii' J J>i ; fJ5>e ; leak «tll *hrfeia> ship^ianU onti tin. ;will destroy a sinner,,.;/; , : j,,;:,.;,:;-; j^iAw ¦ One miriiil.c..aao4icx. ihaia. ' Gotl'a time •W t«a^: «»«»;i>e.lw...

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

pleasure. 'I asked.' ' said the landlord, ^whiohiw.ay, ft.Te-you ^rajVfi 'ing* ' - '¦-¦- . i.t • • 'Have 1 paid my.bill?' . .. . ., ¦ •Yei? " - '" "' ' '"' ' ' • ' "' '"' ' ¦ ' ' ' »Do I owe ' votl'arfjrthiiigf'rhofer l '*No/ ( " ' ¦ ¦ • ¦ ¦ ' i-i'o" ¦:> ¦•: ¦ • ¦'¦ ! ; - • 'Well, I am going;just where I please—do you understand?', ¦ • "¦¦ •Yfc/" 1 '- : '' ' V!; - ; ' •'" ; '!-'" ; The landlord by this time' ffo t>omeff hat excited, Snd Mr.'Handolph drove off.. But to the.la».dlqrd',8 surprise, in, a (?w minutes the servant returned In enquire which of the fort's oY'the road totafte. Randolph not being obi-of hefllriHg distance, the lajidlord spoke ai ihe-tnpof his voice: '¦• ' ¦ • i ' ¦ - ¦ 'Mr. Jtandolpb;, you don ' t owe me. ope cent;just.tak^.whic^ road yon p lease,' > li is said thVt thcair tiirneil - blue ititli the/cur ' ses lofliah'dolp W** - r:

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

anoke, we lioh'l bejieve the following was, everin prihti ' ' * ' ' . ; .v ¦ • -. • ¦ • _ - <> He'was-traveling :'in' a"'patrof.Virginia' with, which he waa-ii .naQquainied. Ji) the meanUme, he stopped .during^ the,night at an inn near the forks of the road, The. inn keSp ' ef-Was a fine old gefiifernari, ihd no doubt one ol the'first families of the Old Dominion; Knowing who his distinguished guest,was, he endeavored to, draw him into conversation, bnt failed in all his efforts. But in, Ihe morning, when Mf. Jlan. dolptr Was ready" Ti) start he tailed . for his bill, which, oh being 1 p ' reSenreil, Was paid. ' Tneialidlott!;- still anxious to have sonle conversation withhim, began' a» follows: .'- .. . ( . . , , 7 , n . . ¦;. i,__... . ., • , ,' . 'Which way are you traveling, Mr., Randbi p ?' " " . : " : •;¦ "" ¦¦ ¦ '' ' ^¦ ; " ' ' ; ¦ " ' Sir.' said Rafndolph. 'with a looh of dia

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

un~ l::mn. .vxr™ijis, ,,., N .>— ' Day dawneai* 'Wllbin a ' ; gaft»irreir rdom' • i ¦; Filled to faihtness with perfuraot t ,..;,.,. y, _ -}\ A lady ltty.at.point,!Bidopm^., . - "' ¦ DayWdsedrA Chili) has M>«i 'iIlie,llBh'tju\ ..»pt for the Jady.feir,and t jirj 8bt,,,., " ; ... ,.. She rested m undreaming night., Spring n?gB;(Th<nIads'#,graye.1 was greeny,..,, j And neat oftentimes waa.aeen, " »' - • A gentle boy, with thoughtful iriein, -'m>; ' -isd 4 KB «f. 1»1- ' .,- ye«rs. -fled; He wore a toanly iacc, * ¦ } y^ , And struggled in the world's rough race, : ;! Ana?w4B, oHastfttlbftjf pfaeSt' i'> '¦ '- ¦ ¦ >'¦' ¦ ' • J: And then—he <tfed! 'lfekol^'ie ibw yeV' ' A " ' Humanity's poor sum and stoiyj-1' ¦''• -it ¦< ' < Life—Death— and all'thatis of Glory.

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

GEMLEWflRDS v ¦ , '.%S%T f ^T«!?5%"?P^';'..; ,¦ ' .-.:,„:. Hiiw ye linger in the mind, >"•- 'liikerilli#«orjgs '. 'o 'f h' appy-Birds " • • • •;; , ;, ^welling in,^tw^ramw wind; . ¦;- ;:. _ItiKe the peal of merry bells ,, . '¦ 'HetiKl across sdrhtf sunny'phin; ' , . O'er the.brqpks and;lhrpugri,tlifl dalla, ¦ \ •Softly sweet, th. cn joud again, ., Gentle jwords^-^ iintlc words,. .,,.. . , A .. ' " ' To' are powers sent to blesg— ' " '' .- • ' - Richer geme than diifdcms— : ' • . -;.¦ . - f i '^V' e , l ??. u ??' which T^e.allposscMj ; ,. ,, Ye ire tones from brighter spheres, Angel voice* ' soothing pain, ¦ ¦ •' • ¦ _,„, .TjujUings.echoea Uktifor.ycaM—i--—-i -^ ., In.the heart lesound again! . , ' ¦ - - . -.- . - l. -¦ ¦ ¦: ".j.i - • ¦ ¦' wittra W'Arie. 11

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

lwo; forty lick. But again, in the midst nf the most impassioned gesticulation, a bee struck him lull on the furphead; he " bowed, dodged, and beat the air frantically, until a roar oflaughler-rose Irorrt the congregation. Uncle Bob Inofcedai them a nu>meriKBLUif mingled leeiings oT v rage^__airrrdi8gnst, and tlien shputcri, sMeetin's dismissed! Go home 1 Just go tiome, every one ' of you But as for rile [taking off his coat.] I dnn't leave lliishill-as long aathflre's a bumblebeeabout the ,hoiistV, ' yr?ifl<'rP e! r% $Mtlg1t' zine. . . ~ . «. i . . , . t

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

Ph. let us heal the wounded heart The sad in spririt cheer, And words of joy to them impart, j^nd wipe away each tear. Oh! let us he fhe orphan's friend And to their woes gives liceil; Anil ever to the helpless lend TIip niil thr.v so much need. And may we guide the suffering soul To seines of joy and peace, And bid them reach that happy goal, Where sorrows all will cease.

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

•liiirwfti'ti.tM ' . Fat Sate- -Seterll fine fak iiogi~con) fe«. liiquireatiliiiofljcet : ; . " "'• '" Jilattamith Shop for Iiei\l^eenQ\0 of Of feifeivcii y r , _ , __ • Xz ' X .'j* ' -:"¦' ; ' ^ Acquitted— i»« week Jac*i» iMcFicrrak was ttied at Uliainber»burg for the itiurder of Jaco» WkMW and. acquined by the Court. . Found.—kn umbrella was found oh Saturday' morning last between ibis plane ind tfie Sfiott Hill Mill/ -The ownei can gel it fey p«y tog for Ibis notice. - Public S<fies,.-^-^le direct attehtinh Vo tbe tales oTpeTibnal prbprrty in today' * paper by tha Messrs. Bonebreaks and J. Ifi. €ordon. ' ¦ -i Factatfy*Broom.—b\r. Micm^ei Morpal has left at ibis office lor inspection a specimen of the brooms lie is now reanu lap.tQririg. Those having broom corn should call and examine it. ¦ *v The fFcalher.—FoT several days past ibe weather has been o| a most unfavorable character—rain. sleet. and snow. Mud is everywhere. . ' AftxtTet Wontetl—\\e publish below a lis...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

THE BURN8IDE EXPEDITION , ¦ '" ¦ . ' Ofllclai Despatcib. , tl') ON LY-€l{« E V ESSEL W RECKED; . . ¦ 'A' 1 ipeViat mes«eb|}er, witii ifft ' sriatShes from General Burcside, reached Washington this morning. , riiej are dated,•'Headquarters, Department of. North Carolina, liatteras Inlet, Jan. 20. 1862/' The messenger left Hatieras on Sunday. Gen. Burusitle states : - ¦ ¦ - l '\Vjd left our anchorage at Annapolis on Tuutsday, the 9th, and, after a protracted pastage, owing to dense fugs, arrived at Fortress Monroe on - Friday night .at 12 o'clock. Leaving Fortress Monroe 'on Saturday at 10 o'clock in the morning, we proceeded at once to sea, but, owing to Ihe fogs on Sunday and -Sunday night, nut progress was very slow. On Monday, ihe 13th, the weather cleared* with a heavy wind and rough sea, which caused our vessels 10 labor very heavily, and snipe were obliged to cut loose from the vessels they were towing. Most of them, howevrr, passed over the bar *nd anchored insit!e the...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

WTi;e^»ttle, near ' Boojmet ^ or Mill 8prlng; of, as it is c»U6d by soij»e Bdtempories, ••Clifi Croek." aijrds a If&itlul tuerue for iiimrient, and a just eau»e for ^cu|taiipt^;ankfng the Unio& j^iirhsiii; of ihe ouuVitry. 'I'he Cincinnaii Gatttto ai»)i t. h«t ihe labels ' pftjpi0 js4 : ' >*r*_ the flower of the Confederate Army, and Ibat ••they .marched Irom their entrenchments lo attack (ten. Tbomss ten thousand strong. A letter found in their camp slates their fore? in camp at ten tho. u»aud inftb try t ons thousand eight hundred ea»a ' ry, and sixteen pieces uf cannon-. After their flight to tjieir entrenchments they probikly had as many men there as our generals could'ha.v« brought ngatnst the position the nvil day, Tbe position sr«» one of natural strength, and it would be difTuull to construct more iformiiiab! * earthworks. The rebels were as near to relief as «mi own army, and they were abundantly supplied wilb provisions, and every comfort. Vet ...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

Godey ' s Lady ' s Book.-— The February number of the Lady's Book has been received. It is very handsomely embellished and well filled with ihe most interesting reading. This number contains sixty-one engra ' vings, sixty contributions, and over 100 pages. . Six figures p^the real fashions are g iven, four more than are given in most of the other magBiints , Theso are not fancy sketeJi-?«i_buLreailjL. lh«Ja8hion«v -The Back of a Chair," printed in six colors, is owe of the novelties of the February number. , "The doubtful Notei" will provoke a smile. It is an original design. Six full length figures of fashions received by last arrivals, also grase thjs number. The publishersMerms are lft.00 per an, num. but we can lurniah the Lady's fiook with the Record to subscribers .at t3.SQ t3r& despatch received at Washington from General Halleck, announce* that Li €olonel Farmer, eleven other off eer» and sixty-eight privates had baen captured by the expedition sent from Cape S...

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

Important Order from the fPar Depart ment—Relief of Prisoners in the hands of the JiebeU. The following excellent order has brer, issued by Secretary Stan Ion, and will be carried—into—itemed iate-exfiilion—iLthe Mebel authorities do not object. Whether ihe jame courtesy will be extended to the rebels remains to be ' . sepn. There is no arrangpmcni to that rflfec; yet The change i>f prisoners so far has been altogether inloruial: War Department. 1 Wasiiinoton, Jan. 27. \ Ordered, that the Rev. Bishiip Ames, nl the MettiodjatJEgigcapgl rtiui-i»K, -aiuL-iJMi Hon. Hamilton Fish, nf New York, be and they are hereby appointed commissioner* to visit the.prisoners belonging to Ihe ar my nl Ihe United SiaT?s, now in captivity at Richmond, in Virginia, and elsewhere, and under such regulations as may be prescribed by the authorities having custody of such.prisoner*, relieve there necessities, and provide for thrir comfort, at Ihe ex pense of Ihe United Stales, in pursuance of the ...

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

¦ HORSE COVEKS! UEADY MADE, ut the lowest cash ratea, »t , . yPDEURAKFS'Hnl Store, UpjioBite Washington House, HugerBlown, M<I. .—..... r ...«*..- r ;„ ">'" Near Leiter*burg, On the. I81I1 ^itsianl, Calbnrine Strife, wife of Cliristiah Strite; agicl 51 years, 4 mo ' nths and. 27 days. Li Leitersburi;, on the IO1I1 instant . Mips Alary Helen Byer, aged aged about 24 jrar*. daughter o\ tlie late Dr. Frederick Uye ' r. 1'HICE CURRENT OF ' ¦ AMBERSON, BENEDICT & CO. Corrected Weekly. WAYNE SBOROjf Jan. 31 .86Z BoirtR - .... 15 Soap .... . 4 to 6 I.ahd ... 7 Tallow - - - g Uaco.i (hams) 10, Washed. Wool - • 3 0 bo. ' sides 7 Unwasrkd Woot 2 U do. shoulder 7 Paued Peaches O q Uuos ...... 12 DiiiED Apples - • (• - • - ' 0 PRICE CUKBENT or JOSIAH BBSORE. Corrected Weekly. VTA YKESBORO; Jan. 31, 186*. Cotter IS Washed Wool 30 Eaes ;, 12 CswAsneo " 2» 1.ARD ' 7 CtOVBIlSsED 'J'allow 8 Timothy 8b«o ' 00 Soap- 4a6 FlaSSKed 1 00 Bacon (hams) 10 . Pabbd Peachbs 00 IJACO...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

"Revolutionary Pensioners.—-The whole number nl revolutionary pensioners remaining on Ihe rolls 30th June last was sixty-three,ihe total payment to whom .luring the year was 927,001.88. One uf these died lately in New Hampshire, aged one . hundred and one years. Three are residents of >¦ this Slate, eighteen in. rebel Stairs. In two yeais preceding last June, one hundred and two oi the old pensioners or 02 per cent of the whole number died. They are fast passing away. The Bombardment of Pbnsacola.—- An interesting letter from a correspondent in the flagship Niagara, which forms part ol the Gulf Squadron, stales that the late bombaidmeiit at Pe ' n»aco1a-re*uited-tn-ren~ dering.the Navy ' Yard useless to the/TJPb e!»; in destroying VVarrirrg; and ilr dis mantling Fort McRae. He also asserts, on the authority of a captain of a priae schooner, and of thtee cimtraBaUda, who escaped to the'Niagara, that nrgroei Jtee and slave, are being armed in the Cotton States, to tesist th...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

fn ttLiifiimm. filKSBIM'. PWDil.JlJI.IllMI. Jtiijutart* tientrjt.—&o\. A- L. Kussel, of Pittaburg, !ia» b*e n appoirtod Adjutajnt / (JenVral in place »f tien«raf Ittildls reitgn-/"'• ' ' . ' " * , " ' ' ¦ - ' ' " / ; •••••—¦ ——~ , tar Henry Souther. Esq., of Elk County foals been appointed" Surveyor General, in place of (ien. Wra.U. K«im, wbo resign-\a accept a Ungadier-General'i comuiisbion. CoT/on tn Itiinoi».— TAe Chicago Tfribunt lias "icfoimaiiorj from an unquestioned ' source, thai fiy« thousand at ' r«s in Illinois will ha planted with cotton the coming season." ISP Henry 'D. Moore was} elected Stale Treasurer oh lbs SOth. on the 3d ballot, by the following voto: Henry D. Moors 71 \V m. V. McGralb 80 Jonas 11. "McClintia 5 — Sunday Batthi.— <Tne fjei will not eai:ape attention thai lh< bailies of Somerset and Dull Kun both commenced on Sunday itao tlie assailants in both cases were defeated- - ^

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

"There is no mnre connection between (he (Constitution of the United States, and the (iorernmeni of Abraham Lincoln, than there is between the Constitution »>( ihe United States, and the Government uf Austria or Spain, and we should ja«t as leave Bwear to support the Constitution of the United Stales and Government of Spain, n the Constitution of..tlie. _ United .-States snd the Government as carried.on by tfhe present Administration, because we believe we could just as easily fulfill the oath. The prrsent Administration has put aside all law and all Constitutions, and., in thousands of cases ha» taken-away the liberties of the people; and bv terrorism by intimidation, by arrest's, has stifled p.tiblie sen.limerit, and dryed up the very fountain ol popular GoTemmenl. B"ff« copy (he above scandalonsparaer&Sn ftom an eriitonal in the last Carroll County ( Md. ) Democrat, published-* in Westminster,by a fellow naned Joe Shaw. If what he asserts be true is it not st...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

BTThe following paragrapli is lakm from tl:o Sullivan County Democrat. \V« rnmmend it to sympathisers hereabouts lor their perusal. Jeff Davis and his gang aocusc Mr. Lincoln ol violating the Constitution. Yes, rven these scoundrels who have torn it to moms/and disobeyed every duty it enjoins, have the cool impudence to talk about the President- violating tl>e Constitution !—Tliisi one mig ht ruppose, was the acme oi kmpnilenee, but the Northern sympathiser with the traitors rises to a higher point — He lives,under the Constitution, enjoys its p.ratection,"pralea of. sanotity.and then se< urelly gives his influence to build up a tlevpoiism in the very heart ol the great American Republic) Tie Southern seers montst-is a bold villian, but his Northern apologist is a hypocritical knave, who deserves flaying in full health. Whenever you hear in these, latitudes a man groaning over the suppressed liberty of a lory press nr talking oi the sacredness of the habeas corpus ...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

A * Advance Movement.—The Washington TOjre|pondent of the New York Express, in a * letter dated Jan. 2'i, says: "Your readers may set their minds at rest abont'ary advanre movement of the army ol the Potomac.'. Officers and their regimeitts and divisiA.ia'may receive qrders to be in readiness to move at a moment's notice. Gen. McClellaa's tweuty-four baggage wagons, including arrangements for eating and sleeping, with well matched bays, may be in good running trim, but an advance movement of Ike army of the Potomac at present, and fo r ' ninety days ta come, it out of the question. The winter of this region has just eommenctd, and the roads are frightful. A piece of hard ground upon which to manouvre an army »f 25,008 men can scarcely be lonnd between this and" Richmond. This state of affairs, it is feared, may prevail at the West, where the grand army has so bus. fiiciously commenced active operations."

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

Ladies Relief Association.— We under stand (he ladies.are going forward with the work of preparing articles for the sick and wounded soldiers. A letter has been ' recently leceived .from- Assistant Surgeon Josiah F KEFiNEDY, of the 8eminary Hos pital, at Georgetown, D. C. A- great wan Pennsylvania soldiers are there, and many of them he stales are sadly in need of Bocks, shirts and drawers. The following articles are also much.needed: Old linen, for wounds, bandages and lint—soft cotton for dressings—any kind of bed clothing'—.butter, soap, jellies, canned tomatoes, dried fruit, etc, etc. We presume there are very few families in our town and township who will not cheerfully furnish some of the above articles. Farmers and others who may feel disposed to aid the society -are requested to leave such articles as they n&»y contri bate at any of ihe stores. ' The merchants will deliver them to the ladies.

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