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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 6 February 1863

«._!.-... L.J . — HAVING determined to erect a permanent Tannery on my farm, in the Rich Valley, 5 miles North of Abiugdon, I am now ready to receive hides. I will tiu on tße shares, or buy at the highest cash price, or barter for them at fair rates. I have no leather to exchange for them, but I have some wheat and a good deal of wool, which are about as good trade as leather. All I ask, is a fair trial by my neighbors. I al«o wish to employ a first-rate Tanner and Currier to carry on the business, or I would take a partner. None need apply, except a sober, ■iady, industrious and upright man. Jan. SO,' 18(34—tf A. M. SHTJLTZ. . STOLEN HORSE. IHAVE a horse in my possession, that I took from a strange man on Tuesday evening last, that had evidently been stolen. He is a bay, •about 16 hands high, 10 or 12 years old, with a little white on both fore feet. His mane and tail incline to a flax color. On charging the man who had aim with having stolen him, he aban doned the horse and made h...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 13 February 1863

VOLUME 23.__ TheVißoiKiASis published every Friday morn- | itag, at $2.50 per annum, if paid in advance, or | Within six months after subscribing, otherwise $3.00 will be charged. No subscription will be received for a less pe riod than six months, for which $1.50 will be Charged. No subscription will be discontinued except at the discretion of the proprietors, until all arrear ages shall have been paid up. Any person procuring five responsible subscri bers, shall be entitled to a copy gratis. \ Terms of Advertising. i 'One square of 10 lines or less, 75 Cents for the first insertion, and 50 for each continuance. The j ■number of insertions must be marked upon the margin, or the advertisement will be continued till forbidden, and charged accordingly. < \ To those who advertise by the year, a liberal discount from the regular rates will be made. ; All dues to the office may be remitted by mail, I in good and available Bank notes, at tbe risk of , the Editors, the person remitting ...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 13 February 1863

IfagitM, Friday* Fob. 18, 1863. The Kegro Draft. The late law of the Legislature authorizing a draft of negroes for labor on fortifications from certain counties in Virginia, is received with disfavor by some and cheerfulness by others. It requires 5 per cent, of the whole slave population, and " k the slaves taken are to be between the ages of 18 and 45. The as sesment for this county Is about 120. They are to be taken to Richmond, employed for the space of 00 days, and the owners *to re ceive a remuueration of $16 per month. There are two sides to this policy, each with its zealous advocates and strong argu ments. Some oppose it upon the ground that, there being but comparatively few slaves in this region, our agricultural interests will suffer great detriment, in consequence of the great number of white men who have volun teered in the service. This county, we be lieve, has furnished about 2,000 soldiers, and contributed for the benefit of families of sol diers, the sum of $25,00...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 13 February 1863

L.ate from tlie Worth. Fredericksburg, Feb. 8. Northern papers of the sth have been re ceived here. The Herald regards the raising of the block ade, if recognized, as a most sennas matter. It says that two months intercourse with England would make the South invincible. It cites various Authorities, favoring that view of the matter, very decidedly, but expresses its own Views dubiously, that the blockade is not raised. It' fears there, is some under standing with regard to this mode of raising the blockade. The Herald also says that the great armada is waiting favorable wind to leave Beaufort. It will wipe out the disgrace of Charleston and Galveston. Four new iron-clads would be sent to sea in a few days. A telegram from Nashville states that Gen. Forrest had been, repulsed at Fort Dimelson. He captured a battery of four.guns, but af terwards lost them, with about 180 men kill ed, wounded and prisoners. Forrest is said to be #qunded. :The Herald regards the election of Morgan as Se...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 13 February 1863

New Tannery. Tf AVING determined to erect a permanent U Tannery on hit farm, in tbe Rich Valley, 6 miles Nortbof Abinguou, lam now ready to j receive hides, I will tan otf the shares/or buy at the highest cash price, or barter for them at ■ fair rates. I have uo leather to exchange tor Et I have some wheat and a good deal ot icb are about as good: trade as leather. is * fair trial by-my neighbors. -^ ndustrioos and upright man. „ $2,00 REWARD L pay the above reward for the »PFf ,>n of who wilfully nmrosr,d J.mes M.gLee, in Castles Woods, On Friday, tbe 26tb of -Decsmber,. 1852. Said Os borne is about 36 years Of age, about six feet ' ■ ' " >-stoop sboul !faand not re is on his left small round SBORNB. istrict Court the Western to sell to the mse, on -tbe md. coutam county.east ad Gap road 4f Johnand i by, Hiram ice in twelve tie purchaser )N, Receiver. j district Court the Western 1 to sell, for igdon, on the livided thirds, nd Elisabeth Washington • Thomas AT: ; ■ ' the dower...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 20 February 1863

V:.O.LXTME 23. Sttriiv The VißaiNi\nis pubUshedevery Friday morn ing, at $2.50 per annum, if paid in advance, or within six months after subscribing, otherwise <$*.00 will be charged. No subscription will be received for a less pe riod than six months, for which $1.50 will be 'Charged. No subscription will be discontinued except at /a* discretion of the proprietors, until all arrear iges shall have been paid up. Any person procuring five responsible subscri bers, shall be entitled to a copy gratis. Terms of Advertising. One square <»f 10 lines or less, 75 cents for the Srst insertion, and'so for each continuance. The number of insertions must be marked upon the -nargin; -or the advertisement will be continued •ill forbidden, and charged accordingly. * To those who advertise by the year, a liberal liscount from the regular rates will be made. Ail dues to the office may be remitted by mail in good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editors, the person remitting taking ...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 20 February 1863

BY COALE &z BABB Friday, Feb. »0, 1863. j—r—a SB '" . , . i ... Conscription. Maj. Terry's Court, engaged in tbe work of examining, enrolling and exempting con * scripts, after a session of four days, closed its labors in this place on Saturday evening last. In the main, we believe, the decisions ef the Board were correct, though errors doubtless occurred. Some were discharged who should have been enrolled, and some were enrolled who should have been discharged. To have done otherwise was an impossibility under .the circumstances. There were, we under stand,. 300 conscripts enrolled in this county, but how many of these will report themselves is yet to be ascertained. It is hoped, howev er, that, in this trying crisis, but few will submit to the degradation of arrest. As a general thing, we have a better opinion of conscripts, than to believe that a'want of pa , triotism has kept them out of the army, or will prevent them from reporting promptly to ; the enrolling officers. In m...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 20 February 1863

at Kingston, from the Hatteras, which she f ' c P ut ' nto Kingston for repairs, and six Yankee vessels were watching for her. A Northern correspondent reports innome • rable desertions from the army of the Poto- Admiral Porter reports an unsuccessful at tempt by the Queen of the West to capture the Confederate steamer, Vicksburg. He ac knowledges that the former, with difficulty, escaped destruction. She was struck twelve times and had a gun dismounted. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette says a large body of troops will be landed oa the Southside of Vicksburg, and an attempt made to cut the communication with Texas mud Louisiana. '' THE LATEST FROM THE NORTH; The Peace Movement in tbe Northwest. Ohio, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York to Join the Movement. Passage of the Peace Resolutions by the Legis lature of Illinois, dbc, c&c, dbe. Fredericksburg, Feb. 16.—The Herald of the 13th received here says the movement to settle the present difficulties by a Convention of...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 20 February 1863

THE SOLDIERS SONG. It is not on the battle field - * That I would wish to die; It is not on a broken shield Pd breathe my latest sigh, Although a soldier knows not bow to dread a soldiers doom, Pd ask no laurels for my brow,' No-trophies for my tomb. It is not that I scorn the wrath, The sjjjdiers proudly wears,; It is not that I fear the death,. The soldier bravely dares. When slaughtered comrades round me lie, * I'd be the last to yield; But, yet I would not wish to die Upon tße battle field. When faint and bleeding in the fray, j Oh! still may I retain '* i Enough' of life, to crawl away , j To this sweet vale again; And, like the wounded, weary dove, That flutters to her nest, j Oh may I reach my own true love, And die upon her breast! * Circular—To Absentees. A LL members of Company X, 48th Va. Infan 'A.' try, now absent without leave, who will re> join their Company by or before Ist of March next, without being apprehended, will be allowed to return to duty without being tr...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 27 February 1863

YQLUME 23. Wtxmfi. The Vlßdm iAiris published every Friday ritorn iag, at $2.50 per annum, if paid in advance, or within six mouths after subscribing, otherwise $3.00 will be charged. No subscription will be received for a less pe tted than six months, for which $1.50 will be charged. No subscription will be discontinued except at the disoretion.of the proprietors, until all arrear ages shall have been paid up. Any person procuring five responsible subscri bers, shall be entitled to a copy gratis. Terms of Advertising. Qne square of 10 lines or less, 75 cents for the fcrst insertion, and 50 for each, continuance. The dumber of insertions must be marked upon-the taargin, or the advertisement will be continued till forbidden, and charged accordingly. To those who advertise by the year, a liberal discount from the regular rates will be made. All dues to the office may be remitted by mail. In good and available BanK notes, at the risk of the Editors, the person remitting taking the Post...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 27 February 1863

E*Y COALE &> BARR Friday, Fet>. 1863. The Northern Democracy. Many persons in the South entertain strong hopes df an early peace in the apparent dis satisfaction of what is*called the Northern De mocracy with the present abolition war, and then* professed determination.to put a stop to it. This •Qjtfty is' composed of conservatives from all other parties, and is termed the De mocracy in contradistinction to Black Repub licanism. At first, when John Van Buren, Gov. Seymour and others, took their bold and defiant stand against the farther prosecution ,of the war, we had. some hope that they re flected the popular Northern sentiment, but the developments of time have shown that t their patriotism has exhausted itself with its first outbursts, and we now have no more con fidence in' them than we have in tionists themselves. They want peace, but are only willing, to have it upon the terms of the restoration of the Union as it was. Lin coln and Seward themselves ask nothing more...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 27 February 1863

Advanced Rates. '' We have tried our best'to keep up the Vir ginian at the old rates, but find it impossible longer to do so, a loss we are unable to bear. All kinds of printing ma terials are seven-fold their former prices, and everything to live upon or wear from five to ten-fold. The sheet of paper upon which we print, costs but a fraction less .than we get for it after it is printed. W T e advance our terms only 20 per. cent., while we have to pay about 1,000 per cent for everything we buy. All our cotemporaries have been forced to raise, . and we have only refrained from doing so by the foolish hope that a favorable change would soon occur. Our terms for the future until better times return, will be as follows: Subscription one year in advance, $3.00 do. hi months do. 1.50 Advertising, 10 lines one insertion, 1.00 Each continuance . 75 Obituaries of more than 10 lines will be charged at advertising rates, also tributes of respect, and $5 for announcing candidates. We greatly pr...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 27 February 1863

POETBY. "V ts this a Dancet The breath of evening sweeps the plain, And sheds its perfume in the dell— But on its wings are sounds of pain, . Sad tones that drown, the echo's swell; And yet wo hear a mirthful call, Fair pleasure smiles with beaming glance, Gay mdsic sounds in the joyous hall ? • Ob. God! is this a time to danoe ? Sad notes, as if a spirit sighed, Float from the crimson battle plain, As if a mighty spirit cried In awful agony and pain— Our "friends we know there suffering lay, Our brothers, too,, perchance, And in reproachful accents say— -« Loved ones, is this a tinje to dance? Oh lift your festal robes on high! The human gore that flows around "Will stain their hues with crimson dye, And louder yet your music sound. To drown the dying Warner's cry I '' 00*1 Let sparkling wine .your joy enhance, Forget that blood has tinged its dye, , And quicker urge the maniac's dance. But Btbp! the floor beneath your feet Gives back a coffin's hollow moon, And every strain of mus...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 6 March 1863

VOLUME £3. üblished every Friday morn aura, if paid in advance, or after subscribing, otherwise d. ' m Ho subscription will be received for a less pe tted than six months, for which $1.50 will be charged. ' No subscription will be discontinued 'except at *ks discretion of the proprietors, until all arrear ages shall have beeqVpaid up. Any person procuring five responsible subscri bers, shall be entitled to a copy gratis. Terms of Advertising. One square* of 10 lines or less, $1.00 for the' insertion, and 75 for each continuance. The number of insertions must be marked Upon the Margin, or the advertisement will be continued till forbidden, and charged accordingly. _ To those who advertise by the year, a liberal discount from tbe regular rates will be made. , AH dues tb the office may be remitted by mail, tn 'good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editors, the person remitting taking the Post master's receipt that the money was deposited in the mail. ( Obituaries of more th...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 6 March 1863

BY COALE &BARB Northern Sympatny. In our last, we expressed our views very briefly upon this subject. We are sorry that there are persons within the bounds of onr circulation, particularly in some of.the neigh . boring counties in East Tennessee, who stilL . cherish the absurd expectation that the Union Will be restored. For the consideration of such, we continue tbe subject. We might well say, as we did in our last issue, 'if we ever have peace, we must conquer U. Nothing to our advantage need be expect ed from sympatizers in-the North or North west. True, genuine, christian fellow-feeling for us—feelings correspondent in kind.for.our cause—do not exist, outside the Confederacy, to that extent which political gamblers, at the North, would have us believe. There are thousands, no doubt, who desire psace—there life many christian men and women gow in the Northern States who would rejoice at the return of peace for the sake of peas*, but even many such, if riot all, would subjugat...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 6 March 1863

Sort Marshall killed Commander Maxwell Woodhull, United States Navy, a relative of Gen.Schenck's. » .», c A Horrid Spectacle. We learn from a .gentleman of this place, who came on the Eastern train Wednesday . morning, that a most heart-rending scene was presented to tbe citizens of Marion just beforelhe train passed. The particulars, as lie relates them to us, are these: .' , A Mr. Moore, about 50 years old, and his two sons-in-law, came from Tazewell county to Marion on Tuesday, the two latter return ing to Jenkins' command, from which they had been furleughed. The father-in-law, it • acorns, came to see them off or the Eastern train Wednesday morning. While waiting sjt Marion, and at about 8 o'clock p. ra., they. left the Hotel, and, under the effects of liquor, manifesting in their conduct that there was a misunderstanding among them, which occa sioned angry words. However, nothing more was heard of them after leaving the Hotel, un til the miller near by came for assistance.— He...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 6 March 1863

POETBY. ' ? I • For the Virginian. J , SPECULATION. * The Yankees invade, us, for blood and for plun- For houses and lands, and to whip .us all andor. Who are our patriots? the question is going, Who'll help his country? I'd like to be knowing. I, says the fannejr, I till my plantation, To make bread and meat to supply my dear nation Our soldiers are fighting, their hardships distress me, ~ .. , \ furnish their wives, and their ehildre#will bless • I sell for three prices and take in the money, I am a true patriot, if there be any. Iysays the merchant, I bring the spun cotton, In fifty long years I shall not be forgotten! All must wear their 1 Dixie, and they now*eliSveit, I sell to the volunteers wives, and they weave it; . And I lei; them have it for cash or for barter,"% ' And every few days I add on a newequarterj.? I sell for six prices, next week 'twill be seven, I- trust by my kindness I shall get to heaven. The prices went upward, howfast 'tis surprising, I laid by my goods,...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 13 March 1863

VOLUME 23. S*ttß& The Virginia.!* is published every Friday morn- j ing, at $3.00 per annum, if paid in advance, or 'within three months after svibseribing, otherwise $8.50 w,ill be charged. No subscription will he received for a less pe riod than six months, for which $1.50 will bel •charged, j No subscription .will be discontinued except | the discretion of the proprietors, until all arrear ages shall have been paid up. „ ' Any person procuring five responsible subscri bers, shall be eutitled«to a copy gratis. terms of Advertising. One square of 10 Tines or less, Sl-00 for the first insertion, arrfl 75 for each contmusnee; The number ef insertions mest Be marked upon the margin, -or the advertisement will be continued till forbidden, and charged accordingly. To thfeso who advertise by the year, a liberal discount from the regular rates will be made. •All dues to the office may be remitted bymail, in good and available Bank note?, at the risk of tbe Editors, the person remittin...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 13 March 1863

BYCOALE & BARK * Friday, March 13, 1863. •Question. This is really' now the great question to be considered and acted upon. Last week we inserted a speech of Mr. Wyndham Robertson npon the subject, and on tile first page of this somber we copy an admirable and timely ar ticle from correspondent of the Richmond Whig. There ifever was a ti*oe wl*n circum stances demanded a greater effort at an in. creased production of the staff of life, and we very muelWoubt whether such demand will -occur again during tbe present or next geflc . ration. . A large majority of tbe farmers of Virginia are in the arnt»/yand within a few weeks past, the negroes have been caHed for to work on fortifications. In this emergency, every.man. Woman and child, who can contribute any thing, should feel called upon to plant corn. In a very sensible and forcible article ir the Richmond Examiner, we find the follow ing: "'The South, is in no real peril while it hat bread for its aripy. Let this be supplied, and...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abingdon Virginian. — 13 March 1863

Furlough Conscripts. Tuesday last, the 10th.inst., was the day to which the Board that lately met here, fur laughed those conscripts that were unable to go into service. They were to report here at that time, and receive their discharges. Bad as tbe day was, some of them came in, and also on the nest .day, but no discharges had been sent to Mr. Heiskell, as had been arrang ed. All tbey have to do is, to go about their own business, and await the action of the a gents» of the War Department. When the discharges como, notice will be given, .we pre-* some. But there is another" class of" conscripts, who have been put to a great deal of trouble and unnecessary expense. We mean those who were to report a Dublin on the 10th. Capt. Barker, of the lower end of this county, whose eUi was very sick at the time the Board met here, represented his son before the Board, and required to.report at Dublin, on-the 10th. The*son continuing bed-fast, the father went • all the way to Dublin at his own ...

Publication Title: Abingdon Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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