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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
in the room of Mr.&uikin before he mired, drhe-foailj-w^re-awakenefl-fayi rjoige, in the dead of night, and going down stain found several of the doors open, a light burning on the table in the silting room, and Mr. Rankin's coat, in which he had left tbe pocket book containing the money., lying there, the pocket book being stripp ed of everything but some papers.. No definite cine has yet been obtained to the perpetrator of the, deed, hut he certainly will not hi able to escape detection for any length of time.—Cham. Time*. ; / ..... / .•/. -; . :; . Mr. Barry J. Kroh, lately a resident of this village, died lit Washington City on the 18th ins ' t., of,typhoid fever. Mr. Kroh was) a young man in the prime of life, and at the time of his death was employed in (be Government Workshops near Wainion. Be leaves a wife and one child, and nosnerous friends who will regret to hear of hi* deeeane —f.ultpn jPenioprat . .. .'.
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
) In a teller from Hon. Jiis. Holt to Lieut, Go*. Stanlon he uses the following enihlr ^iastic language respecting the appoint ment of Hon.Edwin M. Stan tun as Secre tarV-of War, viz : St. Louis. Jan. 16. 1862. "The selection of the Hun—foUriii—MStan on as Secretary . of War has onca sioneil me unalloyed gratification. It it an immense stride in the direction of the suppression of ihe rebellion.. So far as 1 can gather the popular senlimenl, there is everywhere rejoicing over tlie appointment; bbl that rejoicing would I.e far greater did the people know, as I do, the courage, Ihe to) ally and ihe genius nl the new Secretary, as displayed in the intensely tragic struggle that marked Ihe closing days ol the last Administration. He ie> a great man intellectually and morally—a patriot of the true Roman stamp, who will grapp le with treason us Ihe,linn grapples with his prey.- We may rest welt assured t'lat all that man can do ni'l be tf»ne to deliver nur pour bleedi-'g countr...
Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
llAfLTIitlORE IHARKKTS. From the Ualtiinoro American of Tuesday last. FLOUR.—There was little or no inqniry mi 'Change this morning for any tie* scripiions of Flour, and the only sales we heard of were 400 bbts. Howard Street Super ai S5 75 per bbl. We quote both Ohio and Howard Street Super at $5.75, and standard City Mi i|x do: at $5 50a5.82i per bbl. Extra F'our \a onchanged and we'conltnue nur quotations viz: Howard Street Extra at *6. 37£a6-50; Ohio Ao. at *6 25u6.37d. and standard City Mills do. $6.62|a6.7» per bbl. We quote Howard Street Super at 85 75; Extra to Fancy do. at #6 * 37£a6 50; Family do. at 6 50a7,25. GUA1M.—The demand for all the »arietiea was only moderate, - and prices generally ruled slightly tower than on Saturday, While \Vl;eai was neglected, the only sale beinj a lot nf 250 bushels good quality a) 14Q cis. per bushel. Of red sales comprised «n me 2.000 bushels fair ¦ Pennsylvania at 132a 133 cu. per bushel, and 1,100 busheU good Southern at 1. 35 eta. ...
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
cy iiPDEGRAFFS, Practical Hatters, Ijavfe just relurnoiprum the Eastern Cities with a luil assotmrciit ol FAI.li GOt)l), consisting oi llula, Ud|)8, J.aiiics' j'urj. Uuiliilo Kubt-s, Horse Blankets, tJleigli Ulankuls, Cilovcs, Unnes, fiuli.irellae .&c, a'l of which eie on ready nnJ soiling at tbu |dB**LU W E8i' CASH rxtuD ai tUtir HA'l 81OKU Ofpogile Waahinglon House, - - MaBei8town. Md. fSTLADIES' FUHs\ LADIES FURS! Of all the grades Iruui Kivu to Kurly Dollars a sett with Mulls, Uulld, Fur Trimmings, 4tc., at . Ll'UEOHAFfs' Hat Store, OjijM'ijitB VVasliiugton House, Hngcntowii, Md. B^BUFFAL- O ROBES, Buffalo Kobes! A sdlendid lot ot Extra and N(K 2 itOUES, tiought prcTiuOa to die great udvancGpand will be ¦old at Hisual rates lot <fash, at ' - > ' —VV i»E«KA Kt' S'-Hat Storey Ojipositu WasliiiigtonVHonse, Wu««t»towu, Md. GT GLOVES! A good utock of Buck-skin, Stiee[tskin > Fur, Wool, and Winter Dnxa UI.OVES, at UPUEGKAKFS'HatSto^, ^. •- ' . ' . Op...
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
An interesting private letter from an. intelligent subject of King Jcfl Davis slates that a great Umoh reaciinn is quietly ai work all over Secpssia, and that Hie ••awful war prices," i'f everything down there, except beef anfl bread, are contributing powerfully to dissipate the delusions of a Sf>mlitr,n Tiiilleiiiuni in a Southern Confederacy v The <vriipr -in qiiestion gives the (oUyw^ng.fapmmenB as the average uriees o I certain (riUiopensable . articles throughout the rebellious.Suuih. Quinine, per dunce. $1(L Gunpowder, per .pnond, $3. - Coininon boots, per pair, Slfy ' At this rate, with ttie fall rif.t single one of the main army props ol t^ts. reU'Hinn, the whole fabric will come 10 tlie ground in a mass of ruins. The skies have cleared up; the ground is hardening. A few days nVors ol such weather will usher in a succession of events thai will e'ectrily every loyal heart throughout the Uiiirtn.— This rebellion is bound to coihe down soon in a general collap...
Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
Another Artillery Fight on the Upper Potomac—The Rebel* Worsted Sandy Hook, Jan. 28—This morning a squad of Ashby 's Black. Horse Cavalry made their appearance at Bolivar, accompanied by a section of artillery which opened firs " on Company II, of Colonel Geary's Reg-unentr atalHtneiHrimle-aiid-ainrll above Sandy Hook. Our Parrot gun and,Enfield rifles silenced their bat'.crv and drove the cavalry back behind a hill. Accord ing.to the latest advices no rebels were in sight except the mounted p icket stationed at a small wood, near Bolivar. Jackson's main body of rebels are concentrating at Charlestovn. Great consternation is said to exist among the-rebels in consequence of a report which is circulating among them that our whole division is about to cross over, and that Jackson has been posted at Charles town to resist our progress. It is thought here thai Jackson will move down nearer to Harper 's Ferry to nig lit. . . .
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
lias been truly said, give them rope enough kiid they will save the execu tioner a good deal of Unable." The British Ministry., we learn,arc conlent, pcrfurce, with Mr. Sewaad'a return of Mason and Slidell, though they had no! at last advipea, beco able to digest the terms pf M . r. Steward's letter. Tliey wont in fur an, out^and, out apology, auii have been jut of! with a justification, drawn out nf the multitudinous precedents which England has herself supplied ever since, in the words of th« natioita. 1 ant Keen, ehe fjrst began to " .rule (he waves." England has narried her point, but at what,a price 1—On the principle, now conceded to her by
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
linn. Mr. Dirtn, member ofCongrcst from the Twenty-seventh . district, New Y<irk, has written 1 " another letter to. a gentleman in Elmira, in which he states that he heard President Lineoln. say that there was | r ibably but on* man-in the country more anxious fur a battle than himself, and that man was Gen. McOlellan. The President repndiated the ohnrge that he, or Mr. Seward, o"r Gen. McClellsn, was' tampering or delaying out of any consideration for rebels, or rebel institutions, or that they indulged any thought of ending me war by any means ulh,er tnan conquest on the battle, field 1
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
'Iemptranct Society.~-A lodge ol "The Good Tkmflers," is talked of rn this place. It is said-10 be the best Temperance Society in existence. The organization extends throughout the United Stales, with Grand Lodge* in each Slate and ^ Subordinate Lodges in almost every citjT >nd~rown. " The members are composed both of male and iemale. and the lodge rxercises are represented - as deeply, -interesting. The Grand Lodge of this Slate is located at Lancaster city. The movement is eertainly an important one and if consumsted would necessarily prove a great bleating to the community.
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
Very Complementary.—-The London Times, received by the Europa. sincerely hopes that Englishmen will Dot give these fellows (Mason and Slidell) anything in the shape of an ovation. The civility due to a foe in distress is all they can claim.— England baa returned them good for evil, and even now tbeit only effort will be to untangle her in a war with the North,— England would have dove just as mnch to reseite two negroes.. Let Mason and Slidell, therefore past quietly on their way. and have their say with anybody wbo may liave taJisten.to them.
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
The Missouri Brldge-Butners. Sr. Louis, Jan. 28.— The Military Cominisoion assembled at Palmyra, 'for the trial of tie bridge-burners, have found seven persons guilty, and sentenced them to be stiot. The sentence lias been approved Maj. General Halleck. . ami they will be executed at a time and place to he hereafter designated. A geiitle ' mairwho rr&chcd this-city yesterday truth 'Palmyra,- reports that the long bridge 011 the Hannibal and St. Josepii Railroad-was-burned by tire robels on Saturday ' night. The bridgeuad just been completed.
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
JThe-Quarrel Adjusted —The Press sa> i the Trent aff air haa<beco eoled by the concession which Mr. Seward made, and tie expected trouble has been staved off—far the present. America said to England •• These fellows, Mason and Slidell, are not worth q/iarr,eliir|j about;—take ihctii and welciime. ftut be pleaaed to bear in ntind that thej a,re eg contemptible a braco iii traitors that we do not think them worth fighting about. Let them slide! They
Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
Reported Capture of Jef7homps"n~ Thtet : —'-— Rebel Regimrntr Intercepted. ' Chica go, Jan. 37.—A .special despatch to the tribune, dated yesterday, says that rumors are rife that the expedition which left Bird' * Point on Saturday had a fight with Jeff/rhompson 't. g«"g of rebels, and that th« guerilla chieltain if now a prisoner, ¦ .'•• • - • - ¦•- . / ;Y'^'&£$>•-.* It is also ifpornd lhat threfl J TertnBWfe rebel reg iments hat Ii been intercr f it eH x»n their march to Sykesfoo* . ' ; M. A mmkiVSbint--Mfaency of Qov. John Lttthtr.—Tbz RicUond Examiner ortHeSad •aysia sceri6brjndece6cy,ilruri ke> or sober,.eitcured in tlie Hf iuse of Del egates je8terd»y t while ihai^bbdy was o#s cujtied with <|jte question of the election flf Coi.teiltraleBeiiators, mnrtiKirig lo iM huritlie.ls w^o whneised iu In the midst itfUie debaiejjdiin- Lietclieri . W&yernor of Virginia, earrie into the Legislative oli8m ber drunk, nnd sal on the ateps leading to...
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
; ^Ae. .Control.—Tk£ loyal Br ttw j»y twenty wilUonsrof dollars for schools annually, and have five million* of children gt scbodl.while the disloyal do.not expend one fifth of that sum and. have but sixjhundrtd' thousand children at sehool. There are m ore chil dren in Ohio, in »eho6I than )m nil of the eleven disloyal flates. v Bee ttrttiep of. A ? Muss
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
Destructive Ftre at New Orleans - . New Orleans. Ja 'o. 25 —A destructive rfira occurred this morning, destroy ing. two stores on Magazine s *treet, accused" by C. C. Gaincs & Co. ' and H. II. H*niell.— Loss *150.00Q. The insurance Awi qot eseeed t20,000 [FbrtheBecdrd T ft 8 fi, * I-;' ' -' ; . ¦0i^is:''l< i > '¦ ' ¦ - ' ' . , - , M _ ; • «#*i ' -' L ' « ; ?¦, ' . - v v,. . ¦ • • - Uia ' your sa^MtuM liralp ' no;t S^ihebuddiniriBow ' rip^eau , ' v , Uof itttdM M-iji^^sUclrt^Mtij; ::!-!; . 8ooh that f»lhj»lbw 'r willJicc ' ' goon iubrancbleis trunk will H© - , Where uo fable J nectar fldw* , , And no. Calniy iephvr blbvis. ' Cheerless Youth! what darkens np . fl l! . . Tbatcnlm ftceiA^wsJstt^browfc Is tbe blooming mimiiier part, Anil bleak winter come at Jutf '" Nay, behold that gbWcn sea, , ¦ ,, Hear the reaperjs blithe ami (tee, . l*:\ A«they spoil the UarvealVbtoomji Suchijlile—a day, a tomb! £ ... , s ' Ah! vpionMin—remorWIew ffnaVe^' You live lot ...
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
Why ii a minister lilie aJoeomQtive I We have to> look out .for him when the bell ^:m^^gf'^m^ 1^iom wtoriibaird " apecie^or hold ii for speiuUti»e purposes, >ill rirbbsblj? inils a a^ure In their calcu. lations.lor there it a gr6at gbjindanue 6f specie in tH^ cnuhtry, and p arliculkrlybf iilver^riin.^ lioa ' rding specie.flir the ptiirv j( >6se of sel(io| it is a mean t3u8ine»» at lie ' besl, but whl^n it tend! to -make an artificial scarcity at t crisis tike tne present, it in unpatriotic as well as mean; Keep the specFAi«3v1i)g. aftd buailiell: Iwiil be in no drgree (tampered by ilie euspensipa«f specie pav ' rbents fcy ihe banks. " '" ~ " *•' ^_j
Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
Joseph Prioo, Korthwest CuTBer of tfieDiamaaJf (s riow otTeeing New Jiifi m&at ^ te&t*fcte FALI/ iND WINTER GOflltJS>^LPreil«li, German, English and Amucican fabrics, csa^- prising a general assortimtit of ,tho latest utyies aOuptml to Pall and Wiflier - ffadci For ¦ Ladies' Wear : Rich Dress silKs* black, plain nnd Ijncy Jirocadcr, Plaids in great variety; French Merinos in all coiom; rich printed Marinoa, Wool DelaincB, Caslnhefes, wtin ' stripped do., Moiissellitines, Lav^U la; Mohair mixtures, Tnibet Cloths; printod Moustcllaines, Persian Twills, Poplin, Dcbeges, Opera Fljnnela, in all colors, Seotch anil Saxony Printed 'frcneh Ginghams, Scotch do., Lancaster do- . PIaid' 'Embroideries, L ees, Uuuntlets, Kid Glovus, white and fancf, Frdiich worked Collars, Dimities, fancy dresj Gimp:)? Cord Binding, ami velvet llil> bon &c, &c.,' in short, he hid all' tlie novelties of ihe season. FALL & WLWER SHAWLS, Paris long broch...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
DBT GODDS BROCBRIBS,< airaMi : iimjjft sc, u. GEO, STOVER, V]*HANKF4 JL for kind Htvorsand patron a go here-H tofpre Ccstowed upon biin,,again appes^Jicfore the public to- solicit a continuance of the sanjeg—lib liaving/jU8t returned Irani the enstern oitrrsMvith a fino and well selected stock ef NEW GOODS! Which he hitends soiling at .very low rates, which lie-knows he can do to the satisfaction of all who will call and examine his stock. , Below you will find enumerated a few articles which will be . found "kmoug hu stock to which bu calls your attention. FOR THE IiADIB3 He has a large assortment of Dress Ouotla consisting in part of , ' - Printed Thibet Cfeth, Printed and plain Uclaines, > Cotbilde plaid, Cothildc Sttipe, Plaid Mohair, . Silk WarpyMoliaif, I'orametta Cloth. - Printed Coburg, Printed ilorino, French Moiiuo, Madoiinq Cloth, ' ' Printed and phiin Cislimcres, French and Domestic Uiiighains, Poplins, •• Pojigee Mixture, Lavolla Clbth, Kong and ...