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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
>cuaiye nun—rrra—the ball passed entirely through him.: He Vas laid tenderly upon a mattress and conveyed to an outhouse nigh at hand, where for an hour anil a half he lived in an agony of pain. ^-Surgeon, must I die t" said the dying man, looking anxiously into his face '•Yes, C ," answered our kind hearted surgeon, Dr. Calhoun, in tones of brotherly sympathy and tenderness; I will not deceive yon, ii is impossible for you to recover. You may live a lew hours, perhaps not more than a. few minutes. Let the chaplain talk to yon,, I can do you no good as a physician." The man grasped my hand as I knelt by his side, nnd despairingly said, "Pray for me." "* "1 will, and you must pray for yourself." The records of eternity only can tell the result nf that last hour and a half of a dying Iran's hopes, arid fears, and -prayers. I know he called on God while he had strength", and When he could not speak aloud, his lips moved, am! mv ear delected "Have mercy, O God !" repealed man...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
Biudur Hotrns onE\hth.—Miss Brrmer says, "There is on earth much sorrow ami much darkness; there is crime and sickness, the shriek " of ilesp.iir and the deep long, silent -torture. Ah! who can name them all,- the, sufferings of humanity, in their manifold, .pale dispensation! , But, (5<ul be praised! there is also an influence «if goj?il^mrajurjkyiJLl«iellaj^ _njLbie_dmis fulfilled hopes, nvimenia ol rapture,decades of bliscfnl peace. brigM'marriage days, and calm, holy death-beds." Maxims of TiMK.-'-Time is.likea creditor, who allows an ample space I.) make up accounts, but is inexorable at last—Time is like a verb thai can be used in the present tense. " Time, well employed, givefc that' health ' and vigor to the soiil which resi and retirement affo'd to the body. Time.never sits heavily on us but when it is badly employed. ' Time ' is a grateful fiiend; use it well, and it never fails to hnake.a stiiiablereqtiilai. For the Curb or Rheumatism.—Take cucumbers, when fu...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
One year ago, and Pennsylvania was defenceless, and without munitions of war. The dastardly attack on Port Sumpier aroused the slumbering giant. Since the 15th of April last, our Stale lias armed, equipped, and sent inlo the field, one hun ilred and thirty thousand men. She lias now rendy, equipped arid prepared to march nine thousand more—only wailing for or ifers from the Government tomarch. Hull's Bluff and Dranesville attest the bravery of her sons in the hour of conflict. It is not In men alone that our state has developed her |iniver. The Iron City, Piltsbnrg. has furnished a large number of cannon, of the heaviest calibre, as well as monster mortars, and a larg-e quantity of shells for our'forls and vessels of war.. Philadelphia has already completed two hundred and thirty improved six pound rifled cannon for the Government, and upwards ', of thirty-for the State of Illinois. Truly, otlr State is well named' the Keystone Slate of the great Federal arch. Her-sons are not f...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
Hints to Mothru.s.— If you .wish.to cultivate a gossiping, meddling, censorous spirit in your children, be sure when they come home from choreh, a visit, or any other place where you * do not accompany them, tn ply them with qmsiionsconcern ing what everybody wore,.how everybody looked, anil, what everybody said and did; and if you find anything.in all this to rei,. sure, always do il in their hearinjf. You may rest ansured, if you' pursue a course.of thia kind, they will not return to you unla< deli with, intelligence; and. ralker than it should be uninteresting, they: will by degrees learn to embellish, in such a manner as shall not lail in call - lorth * re' irmks.mid exper»(iinn« _of wonder from you. Von will, by this course, render the npirii 'ol curinsity—which i« 8b earlv visible ; in rlgldren, and which, if .rightly directed, may be made .the instruineni (if enriching an.I enlarging their minds—.a vehicle of ini««bief, wbicbshalL serve only to harrow ilifm. . ' , ...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
A Soldier's Sudden Death. **« As I was getting ready In be off, I heard the report of a musket, and in a few -minutes a messenger came running toward me, exclaiming', . "Chaplain, tlrere's a man shot, and the surgeon has sent for you to come- and tee him." ; He was a private, a-temperate, faithful soldier, and greatly esteemed by his en tire company. Poor fellow ! I pitied his case.-lor this added another to the already long lit>t of examples of rhe dreadful Tesults attending the careless use o( firearms.— lie had put ' his loaded musket, contrary to orders, into a.baggage wagon. In attempting to lift a heavy bos into the wagon, ana while shoving >l lorward, the edge struck the hammer of the gun atid lifted it off the cap. As the box passed, the hammer descended, and the muzzle of the gun being close.t.) his body, he received the entiie
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
A BE A I '• • ••' I am sure I doVt know ' i ... ;¦ , ¦ ; ' • ' -. , : , • Why I wan created! _ " ¦ Not n sign of a beau " " ' - ' ' ' ¦ • ' ¦ 8cem» for me nominated! -i - : ¦>:• :¦ I hare tried every means I could,make up.or think of, Anil never could e'en get a smile or a wink of ¦ " ¦' ¦'• - ! ¦ . " • A lentil . ¦ • ' ¦¦ • There* * my big sister Bet . ¦ Ha* no trouble whatever,-. : '¦- ¦ ' * . , Sheseems quite s.pet, ' , And goes alone never. > White f m&*t tag on her company Ysleeve, or - Stay moping at homo, and do nothing but grieve, for ^ • A beau! It is all very nice When you're married, to Jingle ••' A. lot of advico . - . : About staying aingle; But if that >s the way I must say, ^Iicoh't see it," If you always thought so, why didn't you be it— , Y' ou know.
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
ItisDatk/ The fullowing beautifuTscntinienl Is taken from "Meister Karl's Sketch Hunk," entitled "The Night of Heaven." It is (ull of touching tenderness:--"It is dark when the. honest and honorable man sees the result of long years swe ,it cruelly away by the knavish, heart, less adversity. It ia dark when he feels the clouds of sorrow "gather around, and knows that the hopes and happiness of others are lading wilh his own. But in that hour the memory of past integrity will be a true consolation, and assure him. e*
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
Il'ir.nr «-nmci>!' They scattpr lieiivpnl y. rone* nit ihp uaih of our enrilily IJI ' e; tliey' weave ' llie happy b-inds nf love, and bene->th the' ¦ rn ' offe' ^ t- vail'iif the- g ' racpii, they ' noiiri.tii With ' a aarred ' hand ' tlie ' iinmorlaT flow^j f if ii.lbieifefeDliinenu. ' . 5 • '¦ :! ,, . :. X ^ ^iv :'' i "'- nmn * ¦ '• ' ' ' '•'' ' -' ' ' ¦•' ¦ Thp * e»k may generally ha juked out , of auj thing but their weakness. . T Heaven! N "It is dark " when the dear voice of lhal sweet child, once bo fondlt loved, is no more heard around in murmurs. Dark when the light, pattering leet no more resound without the threshold. • or ascend step by step, the stairs. Dark, when some well known melody recalls the strain once oft Attuned by the childish voice now hushed in dealh ! Darkness, indeejS; but onlf the gloom which heralds the dayspring of immortality and the i.ifinne light ot Heaven !
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
fortreM Honrot. "flit Rebels; mknowtedge their defeat in ?bih+t*p-~7he Bridge atDanviUedc-:. rstroyti'bjf the Fan&ets-f9"Ip,.Bombard', ment 9f:Hi'aW6he hland wprogr^ss. iv >WTii«ss Mb«R(»E, F«-b i. .v.aiBallr nft>ie^8!»tfihtrfl papers received by the TlHg of tiueb flirhish the fi)l|t»i*jng : ; S A despiituh From Clsrksv'illf, Tennessee says jhat tort Henry " rTas~fatleir~1ntn the hands of the Federals. Our troops are retreating to Fort UK'nelaon. on the Cumberlanii river. TdeVFeUertdgiiribnalB are tti. Danville, Tennessee, and the bridge at 4hat piaee has been destroyed by the Yankees. .. A despatch from " Roannke Uland states that the Federals have advanced to Rnan uke Island and been twice repulsed. x 'The attack commenced at 7 o'clock on Fritiay morning. ' and the B|Kt was " iiiir going 'ton at the latest adviueV. •' .. " - " . " I.-. ' y. Fitur hundred and ninety Union .prisoners have It ft New Orleans to be exchanged. .: . - " ¦ 1 Fortress Monrre...
Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
HI flLUH IStOBI. firMiiim\rMMJ| FB|, tii^aiy W I'he Hous* •% ' : Wtfhinjjion.viln Thursday, by a ro}e of £g to 6% paf ted dreXl and fifty million! of ite United States Treasury notet . Mnrludipf the clause rnak ing,i<ieaow«,a,.!fgaljei»4eit«....-, , ¦ .. , ,,. s EFOrders have iwsently been issued by tJie " War f)6paYjpneht whichpositively lorbid armv officers (ram going home on lea»e of absence. The, exigencies of the aervfoe require their constant pretence with their commands. - ¦ ' BTThe Southern prints had their own fan not of the panic which seized some ol oar exhausted troops after the battle of Bull Run, and drove them in double-quick time towards Washington. The distance they made was about twenty milest But SSollieofler's men best those who retreated from Roll Run by long odds. Some of them, it is said in a Nashville paper, did not stop from the Somerset flight until they reached Lexington, Tenn., which is seventy five miles Irora the battle field; " ^ OPThe r...
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
Pnblic Sale TDESDAI, OAROH UTB, 1862. • "SHE nnitrrsignoJ intending to quit farming will <J sell at Ins resilience near the roud leading train YVgynrslmru' to CJumcy, J mile soath of the tiannery Mill,the . lolljwm,; purs.mal property, to wit: ,-, SIX HEAD OF work noitifs, I of which is nn excellent riiling am) driving Marc; 4 Colts, 1 three years, 2 two .years and 1 yearling, 14 U&AD OATILE, um»iiK wliich are 3 MILCH COWS; 5 STEEIW, nnJ 6 j'liuun Cuttle;- • TWENTY HEAD OF HOGS, .imnng which are 3 UrooJ Sjwj, 3 PliiiUntion Wagunii, OiSE ROAD WAGON, with bcil, 1 8|.ring W-.igon, 1-finc Filling;. T.tp IJIMJtiV, 1 [KiicVVoud i,u,IJuK. 3 p.ir ui llay LbdJef»' ' 3 tijjlit UeJ«, one nuarly nmv; 1 , - • SEX^F-iiAKINGr KEAPEtl, 2 Grain I<rill»,l pntei t spring Hiy an J Grain Rako, 1 revolving H;iy» Rake 1 Curd Urimlcr; TWO THRESHING MACHINES anil Horse Powers; 1 Wheat Fan, 1 hrgctwo liorso UAKK1AUB, 1 ril.-i-h, 2 Wheel U.trrow.-n » tot <>i Uurnl...
Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
LI OIL ITEMS Road If' agon for Salt.--See advertise ment of Mr. Adam Walter. 100.000 Brick-—. See advertisement of Mr John Johnston. - Blacksmillring.—We direct attention to the advertisement ol Mr..Oak*. Encouraging.—The addition of several new subscribers to out ri»» within the last few days. - . 7000 Feet of Poplar Xumot/.—Persons in want of Poplar lumber are relered to the advertisement ofthe Messrs.Kseppers, in another column. Glorious* News.—The new« from Tennessee and North Carolina it enough to make the lop eared, proscriptive, flagstealing Tories here abouts.shake in their shoes. _ «•¦«¦ A Rumor.—As we go to press it is ru mored that the arch-traitor, Henry A. Wise, with three thousand rebel "soldiers, were taken prisoners in the capture of Roanoke Island by our gallant soldiers. Coming in —A number of individual* have settled their accounts since our last issue. Nothing is more encouraging to a Printer, particularly when he is iatgely in arrears fur paper, etc....
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
place captured, tfeiiee, according to the New Orleans- Delta, the safety o f the whole-South is in jeopardy. <. „ -„.. -;... , —, »«¦«» . - Union State Convention.—The people!! State Committee met at HarrUburg and unanimousl) resolved not to call a Sute Convention of the party to frame a ticket lor the Fall campaign. It is proposed.tn hold a Union ^ Siate . Convention to. nominate a State-ticket. . ' ¦ . look out,Jot 7hem.— Our citizens should exercise great care in receiving bank notes, ss a large number or well executed counterfeits are in circulation on various banks. — »» " — • ——Wit is-said that the President and several of the Cabinet are in favor of replacing Gen. Fiemoni again in comitandi.and Mr. Stantoo has pledged his word, it is alleged, that he should be placed where he could fight for his country. w* Generous Gijt.—We *ee >y an ex change that the,merchants of Chicago have presented to a n editor ot that city, a thousand dollars* worth of printing pa...
Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
SnUMSSlMMTIJI BEl4Tjfe» I'*i §ei% abci^TV, \ iJkX ; daTTHB ' '/ " " ' ' ' ' WlYJiisioBO' CLililCillSDCfJllBRCMIe ; li 1 wmpni ^ : -Salutday_£veriinjf; February 22nd. 18(18. MUSIC (Hcubb's 8h,tkb Uons«T Bamd.) 8AWW.10BT. C. F. Specs:, J ? J ^ ^Ift^iswelt Mills. Assivkbsart AviMtEBa, Jason Oku, : - ¦> ' ¦ / 1 .:V":Ilifia;Retreatv Classicai, Edotatios, ' " " H/J. Wi ' anas/' " Rocbdate, Md. 'F«k Rkwsw. (Essay) Miss E. R. Fdaiiyr ¦W ay ne^ bpTO' . Pa. ;:' ¦ HCSIC.^ ' .' . • .; " Ova fcoostRT,« • • " •' Joskto Fioat, Kinpold, Md. SoifriCRi6y " t^E tsvwnit(os dp ¦PoifKfT""''"'' '' "" ''" '5 - " - " ; ' . " ¦;* Mivni Uombmak. Wajjineibdro', Fa. HUtflo. WAsnisaiou^, Ei.aj< G; FflAHTZ. .: ¦ • : Franklin County, P«, Owkts o» Arncrtpri, (BMayJ MU»M. R. Coos. - Wayneibdfd 1 , P«, - : WJ»ie. 'Vat Gbeat Rs*x(.uox, ' J. W. Stojeb, Fairview, Md, Tns Powrt Machisb, ' J. V. Ma.sx% . . . 8pririgilale, ]ftv, ufisic. . ¦ Natiojumtx, ¦ \; Hit^iiY Licavms, Franklin County, Pa. Tub Aukbic...
Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
BAI/riiiKIRE itIARICe'JK. From the Baltimore American of Tuvstlny last. FI.OUK.—>Ve notice a fair inquiry i<ii Flour to day, but the only sales reported were 200 bbls. Howard Street Super at $5.75; 200 bbls. Ohio Cm Extra ai *5 874; 200 bbls. Howard Street Extra al *6 25. a oil 100 bbls. Oh.iu Bxtra at the same figure The market of all descriptions of Flour rults quite firm, owing Jo ' tlie ' light supply here. .We quote ordinary brnnda Ohio and Howard Street Super at 95 75; ('ity M*J!b do. at *5 65|h5 75; shipping brands Ohio and Howard Street Extra at $6 25* and City ' Mills do. at *G &0..0 621 per bbl. -. - • GKAIN.— Wheat cnniintres in verymoderate demand, but prices generally are unchanged. Sales th4s morning comprised 1,300 ° bushels medium to good while ai !40al53 els., anjP 1.50O good and prime red at 136ai37ct«. per ' bushel. -We siilt quote coinmon .to medium White iu 130a 140 cis ; fair to good do. at 145a 153 els ; and prime to choice Family Flo...
Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
Decease I.—CHRisnfeiL Fbastz, Seai ^ or, the oldest ministers the Menonite Church irt this section of the country, anil perhaps in the State, died at his residence near this place on Friday evening last, nged 75 years, t month and 25 days. Mr. F. was a most worthy citizen, and was not onjy held in very high esteem by the denomination of Christians to which he belongeil but by all classes where he was known. Send 7hem In.— Persons intending to furnish articles to the Ladies Relief Assoeiatiun, are requested, to send them to the residence of Mr. S. P. Sinner, or any of the- stores. The Association, we have rieeVrcquesied to stale, oit-sires gentlemar. of the n>«n and neighborhood to attend their meeting*, and we trust they will com ply witb the request. Gentleman should aid our patriotic ladies in their present untlerstaking. Be Careful of Fire^—Ki this season of the. year when soifiuch fire is needed, it behooves. every 01/e to see that their stove pipes are carefully* a...
Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
Severe Affliction in one-Family.— The Berks criuntv papers mention a series of sad' aflliRtiohs that have befallen tlie family of J»cob Grrharl, toll gather at Hamburg, that county, during the last two weeks, which is a remarkable exem plificatinn of the old adage, that-'niif»for~ tunes never come singly." Four grand children, the children ol his sort in-law died within two weeks of diptheria—one a daughter aged twelve' years, was buried two weeks ago, and on Thursday last the three other*, ngetl respectfully nineteen, seventeen and five years, were lat'd in one grave; while another child uf tl.e same parents was Iying hopelessiv ill, his son 's mind became no deeply affected by trouble, and misfortune that it was found necessary lp take him 10 the Stale hospital,, near U'is city, and on the morning that the father went 011 his way there, one of his children, a grown up daughter, died ol throat disea-e. These are, indeed-r sore trials for a single family, - The Pio's Tail—In o...
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
Ptil p able Truth.-'An exchange pap*f very aptly and truthfully says;— "Before yuu go sh^ppiivg, lake^lie advertigementg of a newspaper. The man who advertises liberally is a dealer; he sells more goods than old fogies who hide their light under a bushel, and is, therefore, able to .sell " cheaper. ** —> Goverrntnt Teams.— A train of Government, wagons from Banks * Division ol the army, parted through this place nn two occasions recently. We understand they have ma^teeveral pretty heavy purchases of corn.^f, etc % There is no doubt a large surplus of both corn and hay in Ibis section of the country. Public Sales.—\ large amount of valuable personal property will be found ad vertiaed at public sale in to-day's paper, to which we invite special attention. A Comet Visible—Encke'e comet, it is said, is now visible to the naked eye in the sonthwestern heavens, in the evening, and will remain so for a week or more. ¦ ffanled.—A quarter of beef (good article) wi'l be taken at ...
Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
Great Uoiou Victory, in IV Capture of Roajnke Jutand—Alarge nutfo ,-t > tier <)% Prisoners tatci^. . ^ J^ onTRESs MloNnoK\ Febl 16, via Bahi* moife.—The Jjag of trues arrived lo-da^ brings intelligence that our. rtnops landed at Roanoke Island yeilerday ftfieriiooil.^~ N11 particulars are fiven. btit it/^as ihli m-aied that Uie^»iantMiad-Deen ^ ta4tew»——. N» papers were recpi»ed exaept the Noifolk Day Book of Saturday, the con lentsrtfwJilbrl hisre already been made public. J. - ~-*r . i. Baltimore. Feb. ll.~The Cli pper has issued an extra, fully confirming the news of the sui-ci-ss of Gen. Burriside's operas lions on the North "Carolina coast. Roanoke Island was taken after three days' fighting. A largo number "f prisoners are reported to have Been captured. . * . * ' . Two rif the rebel gunbnats were eaptured. The rest Were' sunk or scattered, ~ * The people of Norfolk ' and Portsmouth are sard to be panic stricken. Passengers who Arrived here to day by the ...