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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

The Fort Done/ton Prisoner! .at Indianapolis. < CisCisSArt, Feb. 23.—The Commerr evil's li.dianapnlis . despatch 8ays that 5,-000 of the Fun Dunelson prisoners arrived there within the last 24 hours. They are Ihe hardest looking men ever collected togeUied, iiuunifoNneildn rags of all colors, wild Carpels for blankets. The privates assert that *ecesfiinn ha< gone, up,thai they are boiler treated and fed here than they have beet: for Ihe past six months. Most of the men are anxious to lake tha oatti nf allegience. Three of the surgeons have been parolled to attend to -their sick, which ate- becotnirg quite numerous.— The officers are not not uniformed, and do not look much superior 10 the privates.— The prisoners are composed of the Fourth and Thirieenihi Mississippi, jfrghth ften-TTicTy\ FoTirTfr~ATarJarna, Tweiuy-sixtb i JU»tty-6hrh-a^HH i ^tyj +hird-T«rrire»swB7 -— V Nashville in our Possession. St. Ii' bis, Feb. 24.—A special despatch from * Cairo 10 the Democra...

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

Affairs at Fort Donelson. Proehmution of Covnmodotf. Foot a., Cairo, Feb. 24.—Everything is quiet at Fort Don'elson. The rebels, before evacuating Claiksville. fire.t the railroad bridge crossing the Cumberland at 1'iat point. Commodore Foote has issued Ihe fol lowing-prnnUmatioit to ihe inhabitants ol Clarfc«ville. < ' At the sti?sesi(->n of Hon. Cave John son. Judge Wis.lom; and Hie msty.or nf the city, who called upon me ye«ierdsyi a(iet niir hoisting the Union flagon the form, to ascertain my views and intentions towards citizens and private property, I hereby announce to all peaceablv disposed persons that neither in their persons nor property shall they suffer molestation by me or by the naval forces under mv com rtiand, and they may rafely resume their btiftiii<-68 avocations with asauraneea ol my protection; ^ At the *arh» (ifhe, I require that all military S' .orfes and army equipments shall he surrendered, nr* part of ihonr being vhliheir) or des...

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

Second. All telegraphic eomtnotiieairansi in regard to military operations-, not, expressly authorized by the War tJeparlmenl, the general commanding, or the generals commanding Ihe armies ih the field hi-tlie-several departments, are absolutely forbidden. . - Th'rd. All newspapers publishing military news, however obtained^ and by whatever medium received, not authorized by the official authority mentioned ic the preceeding paragraph, will be excluded thereafter from receiving information by lelegrapht or from transmuting their papers by railroad. Fourth. Blwarrds 8. Sanford is ma ' de miliiaiy supei-visor of telegraphrc message*' throughout ihe.United Slates. Anson Sta ger is made military superintendent of all telegraph liner and offices in (he United; Slates. ' •' Fi/th. This possession and control of* the telegraph linesis not intended to in~ terlere in any respect with the ordinary affairs of the companies, or with privalB messages. . ^ ¦ Bo or Jer of the President. Ebwin ...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

Jnavgurattim Of the Tra ' tOf Davis Jefltfraon I)avie, tlie.diiuble-dyeU traitor, was inafftgnratei! President or the so-called Bomhefi* Confederacy, ait Richmond, on Batrmlay last, the /rtrt in alluding tVv hit Inaugural Address says, it if doubtful whether any dofcomeni, purporting to be a grave political paper, ever compressed withta »o short a space, more glaring false huetf*. .'/'lie fatli»r of lies could not have cone 'ofcted a batch of grosser mi-statement*. The Inaugural proves hi once the deeper atio ' ri ol . the caytte which n quires such 8 lamentable exhibition <<f tinirmhfolnefs to temporarily sustain it, a-na the contempt •>l the Rebel leaders for pop&lat intelligence. . If. indeed,- ¦ • " ErrorwoufaJM, Writhe*,in jiafck, And dies anVid her wonhippan,'' no better evidence uf the speedy 6up-fe« »ion of the ^ cftftitpirapy enold he given (in view-o) ;hS ttrrili'c blott* lately inflicted upon ii by our armies).than by lh« tiaturt «.| t...

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

AJcCumsev. who were taken prisoners by the Rebels in July last, near Mariiusbtirg and since corfined in Richmond, reached this place. A croud of citizen* had col lecied in hud around Mr. Kurtz ' s Hotel, and when the Irtras arrived the utmost joy wss manifested by their friends and the loyal citizens present. Captain Dock' * Wand was also present and serenaded the parlies. The hospitalities of the House were extended to the parties; and a lively lime fur a while was hail. Both look well ind say they have erj >yed good health.— Our young friend, Geo. W. Walkeii, who was taken prisoner iff compnny with W II. Brotherroft near the tume place, in July last, has also been released, and is expected home in a few days. P. S. Since the above was put in type Mr. Walker has arrived at home. In another column wit! be found a statement made by him,which wo copy, from the Baltimore Daily Clipptf.

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Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

Ftom Savanfiab-BaltiSokb, Frb. 2».—T.' ie Savannab Republiran of Wednesday last says: 1 Notwithstanding Uie hostile demtinatra' lions oP'We enrmy, and show of formi'ia-' ble preparations lor an attack on t^is point no melertal vhangein the attitude of atTatfs hasiaken place during the past few days. '¦Some twenty vessels are still at anchor* ofT our SKidftway batteries. About the same number ol guuboala as formerly ate to be seen in the vicinity of Wall's Cut and Mat) river. One or two of the I alter have advaiiced a little higher up or a little/ nearer the main channel. Small bnalsprowl about- in the river between Forl Jackson and Fort Pulaski, but keep at a respectful distance from ihe guns ot either tort. •'Our telegraphic communication is effectually cut off from the latter forl, and water communication hastiKbe maintained under tt.e lire ol their gunboats and a'float' ing raft battery, wlrich the enemy have established near Venus Point, and which tfl£CJUWily_-cojiunantJ8 th...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

7. U-'V ' ;/ . " ¦ - |^Ji|^»W > i.^«4fji " i>icy io tyeaii "up • ¦ «# Uoirtn i» « fttfi fao# known lo all.— ' ' iimbkkte beiof liffieri, and war tarieil in •«|Bnmf»'tih It, There can be but two J2_ j^&^ihkxanwnjw»a)^—Every one mu«t *°'iii(m\ibJM» of the Uniitei ISttnea: •>» r * against it. There can tie rio^ iieBtrats in - ^ llitr*ai. 1'her* e«n be none but patriots . ' -wrtftiaiiora." : ;V ; . Our lastaccounts from England are^hat ibfKfeoel Commissioners, Mason and S!idwRhatl made iheir application for recognition. ¦ Eul Hasselt, Prime Minister l4d:rer)tied that England could not reeog oite-Uieir C'ofifrder*cy until its position «u £el/er defiatit by war or negotiation'.

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

Wteton, N. <y Abandoned and Burned^ UALTiMnnB, Feb. 24 —The Southern papers received furnish ihe. following iletnB j The Richmond Dispatch of Saturday, has the following. ' •'Suffolk, Ftb. 21 Captain Nichols, i>l the Petersburg artillery, arrived nerer this afternoon from YVintcn, N. C.where^ lie had been stationed with hia battery.— On yesterday he was shelled out by Ilia Yankees. They had seven steamers, alt erf which passed up the river.* ¦'(' apiain Nichols had a horse shot from under him. Two of his men tvere wounded. The town of Wniton is in ashes.— Our troops retired to Murfreesboro." Another despatch dated Norfolk, the 21st, says: "The Federal forces*gain as* tended ihe Cltowan river, yesterday, to Winton, wilh several gunboats and a large number nf troops. "Ttie Confederates " opened a heavy fira up^Ht iherh « killing and wounding a number of them. - _ '•The Yankees lainlpd. an'* hiimi—lX». lowrr. The Southerners retired. Our

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

Tht JtoitHalof Ittltatid ftdtrat Offlttru. Baltimore, Feb. 84--The Old Point boat, which \«H Fortress Monroa yesterday, arrived this ^morning. Sh« brings fnoaiten ITnitad Staita offlfcers, Who ware released by th« rebels, including ' 'Col. Wdoa, of the Fourteenth New York Regi* rsjsnt. who was wounded at Bull Run Col. fi«e, of thv Twentieth Massachusetts, taken at Ball 1 * Bluff; Col. Cogswell, or tfia Tammany Regiment, and Captain Keffer, of Baker's Regiment. Col. Wo>rj was on parole, and had lib erty to raov» about the city of Richmond previous to leaving. Me was present, nut ot curiosity, at the inauguration ol Jeff. Davis, on the 32d inst., and say a that no enthusiasm whatever marked the occasion. Hardly a eheer could be raised during tha ceremonies. Col. Lee, of the Twentieth Massachusetts Regiment; says that just before leaving, on Saturday evening, he was taken aaide by a distinguished officer of the rebel Government, Who privately assured him that an official des...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

S r Gap. C. F. Srniih, a Pennsylvania-, and second in command at Port l>'(nef»on, is to be made a major general of volunteers for the bravery and soldierly qualities di« played sr the battle, A correspondent aaya tbat the most brilliant charge in the •ntira siege of Fun Dohelson wag that of the Second and Fourth Iowa, and th« E- lerenlh and Twenty fifth Indiana, under it>« command of Gen. C. F. Smith, who let! them in perron, amid a storm of bails and &ull«t», and cheered them ihrongh-all the tefrl5»l* mrifp. He ever, rode hrs horse epon the Creafttttorks,- 4nd (nr filieen minifies efposed himself is a large( to everj on* of the passing messengers ol death. — That he was not' killed "or wounded is something, marvellobs, fo*r the brave sol dierl were falling ttl around Mm. Thie was lire decisive action of ilie^haitle.

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

io btltcl JSxptolib' t CoUl Oil.—Many 4i»a»wa-being already ucc^TBnetl^rom the use oi explosive coal oil, the following receipt far ascertaining whether or not the article ft explosive, riiay not be out of place: I'our * small quantity in a siucer, and bring a lighted match slowly down Uv it. If explosive, the oil will blaze and flash up almost liks p»*iier; i( not expUtsive it will not burn at all. The latter only is safe for Use. ' tVEx-tJovernor Pennifigtnn, Speaker of the last U S. House of Representatives, expired at his residence in Nenark New Jersey, la*t week. tsT Archbishop UugUes has been auflerrng'with severe illness in Paris, where he has Seen Brjuiirninj for Several week*.

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

Trimming 7reea.~r 't'he present is the proper season to attend to this work, be lurtsap begins to ascend front the roifts tc the trunh and limbs, and tlius ensures plentiful growth of shoots, ant} Consequently, an abundant foliage, which, as every house keeper knnwsj is ii very desirable thing around one's duelling dtrring the *Ql try inonifis i>ftuminer. ^f t-xt month and Apr I will do for preparing and planting out young trees, but the latter month is rather loo rate for trimming. Moteabh Feasts.— "Shrove Tuesday" —"Fassnaclit"—this year occurs on Ihe 4ih of Mate!:} Easier on the 20Ui of A |>ril. M*M The March Term of the Circuit Conn for Washington county will commence on M-vnttay. next.

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

The 'twenty Second—At fcn early hour on Saturday morning last,some of the more patriotic young men of our town ttrrned nnt Kit!) guns and pistols to remind the "lortn fathers" that the birthday of tlie immortal Washington, honored by every jmuiovic ArtvenOan, liat! rigain letnrneU.— The boys must have done some Ittuvy fhoiitiiig, as we have since hear>] a good deal of talk about the shattering ol wind ow lights, etc. 'J'he firing must have been almost equal to the thunder at Furl D.Miel Son judging Irom the sensation it created. We would advise the bojs next litflc <a procure pop guns.- ' Ittti/tfttd Pri$0ntri — (Jnjruesday evening Ibm iVfpes.rp. fi—Bt—Kumz—stud Jushha

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

The Fort Donels«n Victory.—Genera Gram's official report of the taking or Fon fronel«oii is pcblishefl. it disposes of the subject in a brlel half Column, as though it were not the grandest achievement thai ha« ever taken place tpott the continent. The rim ftfceotints. It HotiU reemt were dot etaggefsted. We hat« taken from twelve 10 fifteen ihonnand prilonerOj ai lea<t forty pieces of artillery ,a large amoont Of (tsre«, horses rind property. Our loss has not (leen determined even apptoii-* h«tely* but it is set down ar 1,200—killed, ?otintied, and missing. Ol ihe .latter, 290 were riiade prisoners, but they will be immediately restored to us by esebange.

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

tSTtlie Ohiv Lrgislinire op the ifih sdjourued for the purpose o{ huldtng a masa meeting, to rejoice over the recent v ' fetories. Speeches were nrirte by O.iv.-'Vail, LieuCGov. Siatiion, Wr,. Thomas Eitving, Colonel McConk and others. The tallowing it Got.- Toil's speech? "If there is a rttHrt fn all the country that due* not rr|>iice over the news to da;. t»e rn your Ciiurcties? _turn him out. -Is he in your Afsemb/yf put Itim out., Is lie io your fsmilyf shut the dno'r rn hr* fare. [Cheer 1.3 We win* ii (riulcfrtootf a'« (he voice of ini* meeting that the Government is to bang 1 ifl guilty traitors; and that if England continues to threaten, we will hsxt pay our reeperts to her."

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

O^Johrt d. tiretkintide, drift of the meanest sdoUndrels And ittost dnhnly hyp* neritesand traitor* concerned in the slaveholders rebellioa, hss suMed Ihfe Cry thai he is rtriposed to feconttruttiorl ok any principle, enmpromis^ or' nnderstanding. tie advocates the doctrine of tha Qeorgia «nncla«f; who 4dvU« the people of the •onth to born their towns, ravage theii fields, immdlate their wives anil children, «nd die fighting against the federal power, rather than yield to a compromise or submit to a aeltlem«5htj The objects of such men wets, from the iniation of the rebellion, based on a purpose to rule ot rttia.

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

l.oial Iltrrtt. ~ Cfn the sublet of ftrrnishing local tie in a for the press, one oi oui exchanges mtfltes the folio*ing sensible leirtarki 'Almost every member of ihe community where a newspaper is established, ean do mrrch 10 make the local derjartmenl what it stionld be, by contributions of fresh items which may be gathered in each locality, and Communicated to us with little trouble; and they who neg lect this du ty, so usvful to editors ' and desirable to the public, are reepnsible, rn part at least fur a meagre supply crfdorKestic uews in lheir|«)urnal."

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

The War ia Arkansas. JPrice drivenffow his stronghold at Cross Hollow. St 1.0018, Feb. 25— General Hal leek this morning telegraphed to General Me-Oleilah as follows 1 „ • •'Price's army has been driven from his strong post at Cross Hollow. ••The enemy left his sick and wounded, and such stores as ho could not destroy. "Hetwrnvd the extensive barracks at thai p.lace to prevent our troops from occupving them. "General Uurtia says that most nf oui provisions, for rtre last ten days( have been taken irom the enemy,"

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

Th&4>'»oji of this Rebel IiEadkrs:. —• Colonel Richardson, of the Military Com* miitee of the House, isv preparing a yro» pnoilion for Ihe punishment of the doatrte dyed traitors who have added perjury to> treason. It will require the cunrinement and refusal to exchange of. all prtsonera who may betaken or arrested a* en* armies advance, that have taken the oath of duty and service In the United States. —* This will include Senators, Represents lives officers or ihe Army and Navy, and, indeed, all who have- been tbe reeipienta of the bounty ol the nation, ' whether in fa ma »r profit. / ~.

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

tityiet't hand — A(ter the adjuurnmeni of the Exhibition on Saturday evening, Ueyser's Silver Cornel Band,appeared on Ihe porch of'the Continental Hotel, -and favored our cii ' izeus with a rare musical treat, Tl>e nitizens of llugersiotrn may well be proud of their Uar.d. Such musicians are a credit to any community. CojmIhWb-—See advertisement of Mr. StoVkR.

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