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Id=186 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

2(IQ CATSUP BOTTLES * . ' For ado at the Store of W. H. Bbotb«rto: . d«n5 • • -. ¦ -;.- ¦ , . -: ¦ •- mmmmr:. FOUNDRY ajnjjL - - ,. ••'i i.' " , , •;.! ; ' " -i.M"iK ' , 1.:. '• .,..: ui':, ' 1 .1. •:-i^ - .,i ' - ' , ¦¦

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Id=192 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862

MUSS. K1ISS. BffiAJSI

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

- : • n -lj"lll O it O U S ..- /, :¦¦ ¦ ;¦ ¦ : ' Can never ' be blackened by ' Ir' aft ' ors—' \, The^Viihc house. ' :: ' v Two can make love, but intakes three j to.make a wedding. "" ' >^_ p-p/ What day in spring is commanded to go ahead? '- March fourth, ,. ...: . Snook's wife love ' s to make bread, because it cleans her hands beaiitifully. What grows less tired ilie more it works? A carriage whe 'el^'' ' • '' ' '' "" What is that which looks like a cat, .i» not a cat and yM-is a cat? A kitten, ^i ¦ * • . Why is. a regular defaulter' like some . • mountains in Mexico ? lie slopes toward* 'IVxas. ' , ' " ' ' ' • - tptW does a young man of genuine irl- "\ tegiity resemble a tliieC. He Is difficult,to, find. ¦ ' ~~ A Germa n writer observes that in America there is such a scarcity of thieves they are oblidged to offer a reward furjthoir discovery. • ' • A Problem.—Two genUemeB entered a room.and one of them, looking at a portrait 3ays i ,. ' Sisters and brothers'I have n...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

- [ Published by Request. ~] A YOUNG TEACHER'S EXPERIENCE. An Entity read by &-¦&: Wingtrt.before the Teacher 's Association-, held in Cha ~ m bersbiirg, December 25, 1861. Ladies and Gentlemen:,—Thnt Teach* ing is a Profession cannot be denied, since we are told <, that what men follow, as a means ofTtrfeg ' ratefTce,and ;itof.u 8g . to-inrdCTf stand is a,Pro(ession. Regarding Teaching as a Pnifession . it essentially foilows,ihal it has a.brighi aide and a tlark side,.as oilier Professions have. Vet, we are not quite willing to yield concession to the doctrine that the resplendent charms of the bright side of this Prolessinn are of the same degree ns those of other Professions; neither do we believe that the disheartening effects of the dark siile are of the same degree aa those of other Professions. The noble--tiess of lite course which engages the mind, and f/iere, realized onl y in the second stage of. man 's existence, * ill greatly improve the splendo...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

A Loyal and a Rebel Father Corporal Merreil, a New Ybrk soldier recently released from imprisonment- at Richmond,js writing for the Rochester Kxpress-a series of sketches entitled "Five Months in Rebeldom." In his last he tells ibis story: ' .. • '•Sevrr.al of Ellsworth's Fire; Zouaves were among the wounded, and 1 observed that they were regarded by the Confederate soldiers with a feeling of aversion which they were at no pains tb conceal. One of their number (the Zouaves) was a young Virginian named Brown, who had long resided in New York. Shortly after his ar> rival at the hospital he was visited^by Iris father, who 1 is a resident of Kiohmorid.— The interview was not characterised by any display d( tenderness on.either side, but was one oi those scenes, rather, which are best calculated to illustrate the implacable hatred with which the rebels regard all who have- nnt proved faithless to the government. The father was a stubborn rebel and the son a patriot soldier. ...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

SELECT MISCELLANY THE WHITE SPARROW. A Lessen for den of Failing Fortun?s "Sleep is fhe worst of .thieves— nc steals Unit or our lives." In most pans of Germany there passes current among the peo ' ple this proverb : "He that would thrive j~-— ^ Must the White Sparrow seev' The meaning of lit is proverb is nnt at first sight so apparent as that of some others tlia t cj'Ciildte among us, such as '-Early habits make the man " and "Honesty is the best policy." I will, therefore, re late the story connected wild its origin: ' There was an old larmer, with whom everything appeared to grow worse from year to jea ' r. Scarcely a week passed by that either the lax gatherer or the pawnbroker did not come to ht9 wjndow, and, address him with ^ a cou-leous bow, say, »»l am ready very ^ sorry, Elerr Buckwari, to be compelled 10 put yon to any inconvenience, but I am obliged to <Urmy duty. 1 ' The i:ld friends of Ilerr Btickwarl also tried to do their duty to him. They ad vise...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

600D MORROW Shine brightly,through.her casement, sun! Thou gale, soft odors bring Her! ' . . Ye birds that hail tho ¦ dawnln? day,, Youi flweeteot music sing her! . * Smile; nature, on her as she wakes, - . Ani? hide oil sights of sorrow, And.have no sounds but those of joy ¦ To bid my love to morrow. .. Good morrow to those lustrous eyeji ' With bright good humor beaming; Good morrow to those rutty lips, Where smiles are ever teeming; Good morrow (a that happy face, 'Uridinim'd by clout! or sorrow; Good morrow, heart that cfjngs to mine, Good morrow, love, good morrow.

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

olden mmms Olden memories of my childhood ! t When in joy. I roamed I he wild wood, Come again on fairy piniors, Lure me out of griefa dominions. Drive away ray pain and anguish, Let me not in sorrow languish, ln.m' dreams, oh! hover o'er me, ? Light the gloomy path lefore me.- •¦¦ ^ Bring again my atlf>e ' '""'her , And my darling lit/to brother; . Bring the once familiar faces. Olden haunts am olden placeg. Bring the cot amid the roses Where my heart in bliss reposes. Olden memories, come to cheer me; Ever, ever, be ye near me.

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

FLAG OF OUR ENIO Beautiful flag! afar earth so bright, Fall thy tadient beams of liglit. As thou rloatent o'er land, and sea—Flag of our Union! flug of the free! In fancy's eye thou seem'st to say, "Guard me'ever from treason's sway! Keep my color and stars as true g As the sun and stars in the sky so blue," Wave on, oh flag of truth divine, And mny our soul's (infections twine Around thee ns thou wav'st afar— • Flag of. our Union! flag of our war!

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

I3T Most of the brigmliw generals ' «n ,l| colonels t-Jigsgtd in thf |^tp.h»n|a %\ h\ \\\ Spring^ ^tfiiiHeiiy, ItsVf Waije thtir cj^cia. 1 Npnrti 10 nj-aera ' l T«onia». Ttiey all tear fl»stiffl in) 1 to the b,rarrf)- and siipari flrjiy o( pur iV'iiip* «v>f tliole of ihe reb,el *H<ny. ^ (.Jen. lMcCqo|j in hUrfport >ts|cs liai at one lime tlie contest betwefn the efrerRf-aftt^iM-WersMfonps-'Mt-^ww \mnii to liand, and Hal the Bc>ond Mjnne sola and tfie ret^flc were poking their guns through ihe same Tt^nee al each othei . .— Uesci^bing the gallent bayonet charge of li|S nwn reginiPiit, $*n. ftlpCook sa>«i . ••Satrritior il.e superior number of the cne , ipy and their bravery. 1 concluded the hen fnod» »| settling the pontest wa* to or .de tlie Ninth ()liio to ehitrge thp enemy's pn sitioHi with the bayonet,and turn his lc| flan^. The crtder wa| ij iven the rfgimen to t-mpty their ^uns. anil f>^ bavuiiels—This done, it was ordered luelrarge...

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

The Bnmelde Expedition. The New York Times, commenting upon the Rurnside Expedition, says : The captain of a vessel which has arrived Irnjii the cORiit uf North Carolina, reports that on Tut-miay, the 28ih ult., he heard heavy tiring In the rear of Beaufort, N. C, and again, two days alter, as he proceeded northward, he heard heavy firing in the direction of. R»annke Inland.— If tlii< firing was from out fleet. a« it certainly must have' been, it wjiuld seem that Gen. Uurnside, after peirrflj his vessels saleiv twiliin llalit-ras Inlet, h»d divided his fleet into two luulics, one of which was despatched south t*«rd and the other northwan!, and opt-raiiiifis had been begun in both direciums-at ilie ^ points indicated in tlie despatch. We may have to wait a day or two y.tt to learn what success nt - tei>ded our acliu . n; for it is unlikely mi "" ^will receive any lit finite or reliable infor nisiiiiin until a dfspatsh boat arrives frou our fleet. Appearances ' indic...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

IOCAL ) Hft St. ? *ii/frt/iV^ iO<»2/-Friuii y iK-xt ff in\lfd~r\ ' " pavement 1 , oil tii»ijer*l»urg Sireet. ' ^ , __^ -:\. .. l.axif—-luik« Wb» never rel^nve ^he ».nW (rum their- paf^Bifnit , , . .-—Mrt-^Umig h't Suit—On iBi<Mir(lay_ilie 18th of March, instead ol Thursday the 20;hi as heretofore announced* ««¦«.—¦ Publlt, Saft.-i'XVe direct 1 attenjinn to the sale of personal progeny ^advertised in another column by Mr, ,ti|ti|R. - Anrge <So/f. —We difeet attention to the large sale of valuable, personal property advertised in to day's- paper toy Air. Hv POLPH S^tERtM Aft. ., . Sfdgking.—iin Monday last «.iotr fell in this region to the depth of several inches, affording a couple ol days of pretty good sleighing. ' . .«wn Local }ttn\t— We- will be thankful In subscribers in any part of the country for any items of news of local interest which m»y come uniter their notice. Fine Steer.—A young steer owned by Mr. Aohu U*nn was tveighrd in this place on Sat...

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

gan s.Uld fields was lnjight, but lelt befbre any report, bad reached that city. Taking a boa,t at that point he (ravelled up the Cuhiberlahd to U»insboro. and thence worked his way into our lines , via Hurksville. lu passing from Uainsboro. he met, at difTerent limes, a large number of soldiers flj ing Jo their liM.-nts. They were in squads of two and three, sometimes five or bi^, and their story was almost word for word the same. Among them was a Son of Judge ({oodall . V ' They reported io htm! I hut iCrittenden ordered ah advance, relying upon the information ),\» scouts had brought him, that there were Only two regiments of Federal troops to be niet. fr'HicofTer endeavored to persuade him to>tcall his order; but he refu»ed, saying that he never recalled an order. Zullicofler then replied that he might as well lake out the men and sfioot or hang them; but. as he was ordered in go, he would do so; and the tears stood in his eyes »a lie spoke. The atlark was made, anu t...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

The Tuj; Bilt.—U in mn!er. slood iliat llie National Tex Ui" •• now being perfected in its ^etailt by th« (Jomrni'.lea on Ways ami Meant. U proposes, a moderate ra'e of taxation upon mom oi,tti« articles »f necessity and consumption; t»iih hi gher ra.V* s on ilittillcd liquors ' and oilier articles of, luxury v c»u legacies anil probates; on pas nn n . e«8.paper* and-telegraphic messages. Kro. iu these sources, taken in eoanetiion w .U. h . the tariff on the imports, it is conn Uemly expected, aAiej the most careful investigation, that the government will derive, an annual revenue of at least tlfO.OOO QQO, This tax bill give the UmTeXl Status, bonds a sure specie paying security. Htbel Fi*ws of McClcllan.— U is said t hat whatever may be the estimate of the policy «t Gfiii. JMs^'le 'lsn in the loyal Htateg, he is regarded by the Kebels aa pursuing a policy most destructive to all \Keir hcipes and expectations. . His''axis.-\et\y inactivity" f.»r so long a lime, tjhich bv lias ...

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

iiai,timoiie iiiitKirrs. Frum thu b^ltimoro American of TuusJay last. FLOUR.— We continue to quote (low ard Sired .Super at *5 75; Ohio do. al $5 G2ia.5.75. dud standard City Mills do. si $5 5Od5 &ih per bb)., Howard Street Extra o held at S6 25a0 37.3; Otiio do. at (6 25, and Standard City Will* do. at f 4 50aG G2i per hoi. ' jRAhN - —Wheat was in attrve demand at both inaxis, and prices of b.>th ilescripli . inis rilled higher, than or.e Sjlunlay.— iirtttutiiiinr ti , s»««-<n)nru m aysp" mm < prime Pennsylvania reds at I33al37 cts. |ier bushel; , sume $p0,hn*heIs. bringing the (inisiile figure. O-,f whiiea ^. ,000 bushels aold ul V-15^16 0 cis. per bushel^ a, edoico lot <.C220 bushels family Flour VVheai selling ai ilie outside figure. We now quote medium to fiir red Wrx-at a*. 130,il34 cts.. and good to strictly prijnje do. at I_35al 37 cts. ppr bushel;, inferior, lu medium, wjiite at 125h140 cts.; lair t» gttntl &*> al 145a ...

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

m faun mm* iiiiiiiiir/niiif, m. iim. r tW I'fw Gen em! Synod of the Lutheran Church of the United States it to ni'etai l.ineMier, P»., 00. Iba 1st of M*y n«xfi CTAaolher Confederate fail Jay lisa be«o appointed. Whtre bacon it fifiy of ti«iy «e«nn a pound and.ne money to be had, Prrntiee thinks, there ^ spems danger that i<ioa ever/ day&iill a fast day, - ¦ J& lloox.-t'Vke story that Mrs. JjSunice uradtey. residing i ii Trumbtfll ' county, Uliin, dad recently been bleated, with eight ehililrcn at a birth ' , turas opt lu be Molru* The Albany *9rgu* says ' it tva . 8 a literary uian that invented the hua^, and not a litter ary woman that gave birth \a the brood Pardoned Unconditfanqlly—Daniel B. Vtindersmith, at aite time Associate Judge ul the Court* <>l J<auca.ster county, wdo was convicted ill Ma.) , 1859, io\ forging applications lur pension*, and sentenced to pay a fine of ($QPP, and undergo an inn prisunmeni fur a term o[ twen...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

iy the Government has determined to uoi persons captured ua board Rebel privattcra a« prisoners of war* and exchange them aa other parties taken in arms. Gen. Wool, under instruction, asked if Smith, eon»icted of piracy, wete delivered to them at Norfolk, would Col. Corcoisn he restored to liberty. A negative answer was returned on the score of ibe inequality in rank of ih« two partic*. The decision of the Government in relation to the captured paivateers will meet with general approval, and aa the United States now holds u largar number of prisoners than tbe Rebels, the release of those at the South wdl probablv soon fey sxcomplished. ^"Tbe- 8e£gg£an War issued orders that no lurther caritraets be made for •h« purchase abroad of any- article that can be, produced or manuUctufed in the Uftlted States, and revoking nil our outatandiog agenpiet, and Howies fat the f urehaae of «>rq>»t clothing or •Bylhing > ls» Wt tqwri|«l SWUUiea *r of farcign ns.na, ciar(^&a...

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

IT'IIPOEGRAFFS, Praciioal Hatters, jjavc just rclurn'cil from tho Eastern Cities with a lull otsortm.-iit of FAIil, UUOl), conabling of 11 ali<, Cnjis, ), aJies' Furs, liutlalo Kul'os, Hotse Blanket*, SItigli, Blankets, Gloves, Oun«s, Umliarvllnii, &c, a^l of which ex* ow rencly and selling at the ETU)W KST CASH rates at their HAT STORE Opposite Washington House, Hugerntown, MJ. ETLADIES' FURS! LADIES FURS! Of all tbe gradw lioni Five to Forty L)ollama sett with Mulli, Uuili, Fur I'riininiugs, 4c, at LTUEUKAFFs' U»t Store, OppfbUe Waeiiington House, . ' Hagcntuwn, AIJ. ^•BUFFALO ROBES, Buffalo Robes ' A *dlendid lot of Extra and N». 2 ROBES, iiougbt previous to the grrat adranco, orni wilt be ¦old at usual rales foi cush, at LTUtGKAFFs'Hot Stare, Oj>jK>sit« WatUingtou House, Hu^criil own, Md. QTGLOVESl A guod H.k;U of Buck-skin, Sheep-skin, Fur, Wool, aud Winti-rDrvM GLOVES, at Ul'UEUUAFKS* Hal SUire, Uppwute WasiiingWii Houso, . Hugvrstown, Md. BT...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

Uy tins gentleman we learn that Parson Uruivulow's health is very poor. His son staled that he doubled it his i.ttlier would live to reacb the Federal line*, and, if his health would permit, de did not believe tde rebel guard would let dim go. It i* to be hoped, however, thai the defeat ol (Jrii tenden's army, the death of Z illicofTer.-aiid the panic which evidently now prevails all through East Tennessee, together with General Thomas' advance, will open trie way O'C the safe arrival of the Parson in a land ol freedom. This gentleman is on his way to see Andy Johns,>n, and rep3rts tliat the rebels have seized J . ot,nson'« liotise, turning it into a hospital, ami concealing ail his property—thai in order to save his mother from the neiitlish persecution, one of Juhnsmi's sons haK taken the oaih to support* the rebel cause, or at loact not to furnish aid or ccmKirt in the Federals, \nothi r son is bidiiij; among the hilleu and lias been since las'. JJecember, looking with...

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