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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

¦ Returned JPritontrt.—A x Washington writer says some of the returned prisoners five a Ihoet irightful account ol their treatment during their captivity. Among other things; tliey were compelled to eat »oop made 001 n| beef,alive with maggot* fli starve. The rebel*, loritinatftly^lid ntfi take Irom them the little (Honey they had in their possession when they were tuptared.

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

ing on the floor at her bed ttkh tier clothes on, and her bible and 1 hymn book' open - near her, at> that it is- probable s?ie expired from nn, stuck of appnplexy . whilst at her dev0 * 1 huts ' sind 1 boom after her friends tefi her. ^She wa* itr the 7&K vear of her age tr very pi*)an Imly. and a member of the Presbyterian Chnreh for many years.— Hag Herald. ' '

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

S^^SA jOiaik - Eu^&fiBttt Stbkl a very higliry esteemed add i»e'l knawn old lady of this town, w«* found dead in fier room at ihe residence - of En Moblbt. E-q , in Eiul Wifshrngton Si reel, on Friday last. At a late hour on the previous evening, she' was Uft in her room in ihe possession' ^ff her usual health irnd aftithe and wfie.r? found the next day, she wss Iv*

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

Wat Bulletin: • ' •; Official Older in Relation to MiHlarij In ¦ ¦' . tiiligence ' " = • War Department. ? Washington, Feb .. 25. 1662. $ , Ordered—First. On and after the 26ih day of February instant, the President, by virtue of the act of Congress, take* m-i.litary ftnseeesion of all the telegraph - line* in thf.Uniipil Smlt-a- L, __J—

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

As a Mr. Mounsey, Vho had just come into possession of t-xieniive iron works in Northumberland, England, was recently conducting his wife through the premises, her dress caught in a * bell of a coupling, and she was instantly dragged under the shaft. Tbe unhappy lady, who «ra» en' eient, was literally crushed to atoma in a momenu She left four chiltlVeii.

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

jmt htitklt ffhil* ^ou*s. —Resident ^Lincoln's son William, betwetn ten and -cWtwipj year* of age, diet) at iVwbtngtoo, tf« 'f biit#diry Jast ofpoeumdniai

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

fcttiiftivout, Feb. 2*—Go*. Morton baa appointed r* Governor Joaeph A. Wright V 8. Senator, to fill tha office ol Jessie D. Bright.

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

loss is-said-lti have*rreeirrt»o men. "The*4iumbug Congressman, C. H. Foster nf North Carolina, was among thff killed Yankees.

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

Coming in.—!«•* subscriber* l«riha Record.

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Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

i^£piif lip, , ¦ ' : VJU8T RpcpiV . BJD y''$i'? - , 's" " *\r> ¦-¦: ., . " \-*v*..'' t»kib«- ^ . .,,>-., ¦ :¦ - -j y \ -"^^- " : % ¦ -'-r^ ! 1T*E rcspeetfully inforf!«^i}r. cuatomatann'ii.all ! \y p ' e{son* who wish to Mf&msc " elieap ¦ • • " ' % ¥-A 1; ^iv ! .. ; . K ¦ ' ¦¦ ¦¦ ¦ c ' x j ; - v -\ A^i^ —^^m ^^^ _^^» -^^ bX a^^^^.^ _^b-_^ ^ . -¦_!.-XWINTER ;'- DRY;Gdqi>s that we have jtirt leturnnd, from ll»o ^tern e,'tic« itnd are now receiving a liirgc and welKcclccted ii3BtntuieiU of ¦ . ^ _ . "*?i of all liind. ' , paterns, viirietie* nnj prices, "which we ' '- promise lo sell as cheap, arid on ' iik- fair tefrna, u.s itny oilier house in town or country, and we^fcel cniifnlenl we can deal with' all in ttu ' cb a uaimcY as Ik give entire silirff:iction Tile following comprise part of our Stock-which is always on bund. ) v,', DEESS GOODS 1 ',tii ofnll kinds for Fall and Winter wear *" !i; DrLaiiiLi, j A l]>ncns, , \ " MerinoK, Coburgs,...

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

WlilNll JRUOODS ^—^^ma^^g 7 ^- UIDBIUL l!Wit6| ^M "- , ¦ * *jL.J ^*..'n>l'-- !¦¦'¦ :,. ¦ ' ¦ geo;sto^|^ : nilANKFUL for kind favors and patrona^fiore VJt' tofore bestowed upon liiin . ' agniu appears beftre Ifie ^ iiublie to solicit a conlitlunnc« of the same^i He haying juxl returned Sroin the uiislcru cities with a fine afHl ^ well selected stuck ef ^ ; NEW GOODS! S. t %' Which he intends soiling at very law rates, which ho kinnvH lie can do to iti' tr. satiHfuction of- all who will call and examine his stuck ^ Beluw you will find enumerated a few itrticlcs which will bu found among bis Bluett,to vvhicli hv calls your attention. '.> FOR THE LADIIS^ He has a large asBOrtmunt of Drnun Goods consisting in part of I'rinled Thibet Cloth, Printed nnd plain Delaines, ' Colhilde plaid, ' (Jothilde Stiipe, Plaid Mohair, Silk Warp Mohair, Purametta Cloth, . Printed Coburg, 1'ritited Morino, •' French Moiino, • Madonna Cloth, Printed and pUrn Cashmeres, French and Dom...

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Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

TIIE|!|PTllltliOFiU\lll'ILLIi THE NE W3-MJLLY CQNFIRMED"further Flight of the FteetFlootecT Floyd. St. Louis, Feb^2G —The Republican ' s Cairo despatch . a a y a the occupation of - w \N4M1v1lle has been confirmed. Our troops tool* peasettion ol tlie city without opposition. Flojd fled, as'ttgual. ThBHfrptffi thai Wo|. Harris hid ordered all the Tennessee ironps to lay down their arms and go home, \* also con tinned. The Tennessee fjegijrfainre is called to meet on Monday next. ; No opposition to the.Union movements is made anywhere, on the Cumberland riv¬ er. It is also reported that white . flags are dying at Memphis. Cairo.,Feb. 3d.—'(Special Despatch to th^AJliiCagir ' Jribune.)— Nashville was yesterday occupied by ten thousand troops under Gen. Uuell. 'Die Federal flag is fly ing over tlie Stale House. The Tennessee Legislature at!)onrned on Saturday week, and met again »i Alemphi*. It is reported that commissioners have been appointed to confer with the Federal authorities...

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Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

¦jLPapffr a.pqujyjto^^eayflnly rjTn one__aeiison. One__Ro.id Wagoii T-BcuV lijus, Cover, Feed trough and Ice-cutter*; 1 PLANTATION WAGON, in good order, and wood lied, 1 Spring Wa-jon, 2 pair Hay Carriages, new.l p.iir Hay Ladders. 2 sets Dung lioardti, 2 Harrows, 2 t':r«'e horso Plows, Mole's pultcrn, 3 double nnd 3 single Shovel Plows, 1 Corn coverer, 1 Wheel barrow, 1 Sled, 1 Workbench, with cast iron screw, Treble, Double and Single Trees, Fifth chain, Lo.; ehuin, 1 pair Spreadera, Hull Chains, breast Chains, &c. 3 set* Front Gears, '2 pair Urecclilinuds, all nearly new. 6 Hou-8Cii8,4 Kly iict8.1tridlcs,Co)lnre,Halters, 1 six liorsn Line, Whip und Wagon Saddle, 1'patent Hay-K'ike, 1 VViiid-inill, Shovels, Forks uiid Huas, 1 aO It. Ladder. ' ALSO, ONE-HALF OF 42 ACHES OF <;zt \l\ iifTHia ftitdni^w. HAV IIY THE TON, CORN BY THE BBL, Corn fodder by the bundle, 1000 weight of PORK 500 weight ol'Jjiinl, Apple UulteP by tlie Crock; 1 Kcdsleatl.Teii plate STOVti, Vin...

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

HAI/IIITIOUK MAUUKTS. From the Ualtimote American of TucsJoy last. -FLOUR'—The Flour market shows no change Ironi the tenor of our. report ol Saturday, and we have heard oi no trans actions in either descriptions to-day. We eontinue our quotations, at whieh holders are freely ottering, vijk Howard Sueei Super $5 62{;.Shipping brands fcklra at «6 25aO37d; Family do. at «ft6Oa?.25. C> R A IN.~-Sales were rather light, the transactions reported being 3Q0 'bushels while Wheat at 140 els.; 100 bushels do. at 14&CIH,; !MH> bushels red at 134 cts ; *J>0 buahela " tJu. at 132 els.;. 100 bushels tio at 134 cts., and 859 bushels do. at 135 uls-. Fair m good white Wheat may be quoted at HO.iISO cis , anJ priin-tf to strict ly choice at 15a< 105 els. We nutice Sales 2,300 bushels.I'dir to prune white I'orn at 02 cis } 1.370 bushels do. fair at GO cts. 200 bushels do. old at 58 cts ; o|, yellow 5 250 bushels changed hands at 55i50 cis , and BOO bushels uU\...

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

PUBLIC SALE VJT'ILL " 10 so '' at 1 >UU " C sa ' l '> at *he residence * \ of the 'mbdcriher, two miles east of Luiteruburg and one mile south of Ringgold, on VVkon'ksiiav, ibe 12th of Maiich, 1862, tiiu fulluwiug personal property, to wit: ' » 7 Head Horses, 2 of which arc llrnoj Marcs with foal, I two years, and 1 yearling Colt; 2(1 he;id of CATTLE, 7 of winch are Milch O.hv.h, 2 will have Cal>e» by^he day of nale, 1 'young Hull, (Teeswater.) 2 large tetters, the others thriving Voung Cnttlo; 25 tejid of HUGS, 3 of them Brood Sows, 2 having Pigi--; 2 Pliiutation Wagons 3 inch Tread, I nearly new, J Wnml'llnil, liniijilej-ujv-l—two4H»Fse—W-n^nn-r-5ijiair Hay ladders, 1 KpvnlvinR Grain Unite, 2 ihrro- " horse mid 2 two l/»rse Phiugb", 3 double ahd ~ einglcbhovel Ploughs, 1 Corn Coverer, 2 Hn'rrows nearly now, 1 bpreuder, 1 Trible, 2 double '<nd .single Trees, 2 Log Clr.iins, Forks, Rakes, Shovels, 20 Grain liag«, Cutting Uox, Dinner Bell, H.iy Cui...

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

yGLOVES!— --=" - A good stock, of Buck-skin, Sheep-skin, Fur, Wool, ojid Winter Dress GLOVES, at VPDEGRAFFS' Hat Store, .Opposite Washington House, Hagursluipo, MJ. VHORSE COVERS! KEADY MADE, nt the West cash rates, tit LPDEGRAFFS' Hut Store, J Opposite W'asliinglon HousC r—* ' Hugeretonn, Mil. In this place, on the 22d inst., Martha '. Anderson, daughter- <>l Mr. Jos. Auderm, aged 42 jeara and 24 ilaj s Near ihis place on the 23d, Daniel, son ' Aaron and Susan Wengard,ngK>l 1 year, uioiiihs and 3 days. Ere^sin could blight or-sorrow fad* Death came, with friendly care; The opening liu'd to Heaven convoyed, And bade it L>1 issoin there. b. a. l. , VUWE CURREKr OF CBEBSON, BENEDICT & CO. Corrected Wtekly. r WAVJtESBOICO . Feb.28 .868.1_ aB . . . - 16 8oap .... 4 to G , . . . 7 Tallow - - - 8 \ sides - 1 Unwabhko Wool 20 \«hpUldei 7- l* *E JtU-Pl£ACUK8 00 \ ..... 13 Driku ArrLH» - - ««

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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

LOOK HERE!! ni.ia. stoksr, Druggist, WU«I.ISAI.E ASI) RKTAIL DRALKR !X niS if.VK or BU3r-KK83, WAYNESB0RO', " PA., ; . Has not only got back to his "old business ," hut to the "old stand!" Having fitted up the JsmMlSh room now occupied nenlly and having ^jSSSSr returned frpm lite "tity with a fresh sup- f/SfjA' ply, which he lias j' uit received, conns- njm ~yk. ting of ' , . * Fresh, Foreign and Domestic Drags, A large umi general assortment of Medicine*, Chemicolii, Patent Medicine, Dye-stuiHi, Dry Paints and 1'ainu ground: in Oil, OiU cxj»rcs»oJ and distilled^ Fruits green,'preserved; and dry, . Confectiuuxries- ¦ Liquors of all kinds for medicinal purposed, Books, stationary .fancy ami miscellaneous aruciee, ail o£wUith' h« offura ior a ' ale. Thankful forlavor* received and hopeful of tbcircontinuance ,he invitua the public to cull before purchasing elsewaoru. ' SStouri offers for sale a lot of beantifaf ' shell.-i^—Carbon Oil which will suit for Kerosene Lainps warrant...

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Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

iKTimiiiimi! AND S^ a £Sa 22a S3 8 <TAHB suhxeriber, thankful for past patronage, still \f solicits the name; and in addition to manulacturing all kinds ol workod ^_ _ _^ Mateiial fox Building Pmposea, sucli as SASH, D0OK3, ailUTTERS, BLINDS, FLOOKI.NG, WINDOW FRAMES, DOOR F11AME9, FACING, MOULDINGS, &.c, &e. I aqjjirL'parud to furnish ull kinds of oak timbe Tor dillerVut |iur)ioaes in building, such as JO ICE, IfAFTElSS, LATH, STUDDING, PAIL IN03, SCANTLING, UUAltDS, &c, All of which will be sawed to order, at short notice and upon reasonable tunu*. Also, sawing, by mill and circular saws, of every description done; Framing, Surfacing, Matching, Flooring, Ac, &c. For lurthef~ r Wticulars apply to the subscriber, at Factory two miles southeast of Wayneeboro. ^% D. F.UOUD. Jan. 17, 1861

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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

PUBLIC SALE 1 1HHK undersigned Mil m-ll nt Tuiific Sale, at Ilirir hitlirr's residence, near the Nunnery Mill. 3 miles Korth of Wiivnrnlioro' anil " ! mile Suul?i of Uuincy. on TnriiKiKY ill " lith «»f Mnri.|. in.jo 1 -ih« following property to wit: 2 GOOD IfOliK MARES, one of which is with f"al and a good wagon nnd plow leudvr; 'i yearling Colt*, 2 fust rnti- C(1W3, 3 ('laves from two to three months old; 2 iiui. lin^s; 1 fine Carriuge marly new and ILirness; 1 liistratc Plow,-'l Harrow nearly new, 1 double and 1 Birifile Shovel Plow, fifth and carrying chain, trip le doulile ami single treeK, 1 log cltuiu, hut ami liredsi cluins, 6 t/tm chtutis; l"liu»h. Putatoes, 1 bill, of Vinegar, 1 pair l}rerchbaiidi<; a S fels of front <»eiir<, with traos, heiiiit, collars, bridles, &c. V oi'tu flv. nets, lorktt, raki'5, khovel«, 1 gnod (irimUlouc, 3 grain crudlc-H, mowing scythes, 8 buihel* J'lnstcr, 1 riding saddle and bridle, 2 hedalends, ¦ lublc, barre...

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862

OTUPDEGRAFFS, Practical , Hatters, j£ave just returned from tho Eastern Cities with t lull assortment of FALL GOOD, consisting of Hats, Caps, Laities' Furs, UulTalo Robes, Horse. ttlankcts, : 'Sleigh Ulanktitn, Gloves, Canes, Umbarellus, &c, a'l of which, are ow remlyand selling at the iy LOW BST CASH tatea al Vlieir HAT STOKE Opposite Washington House, Hagentuwn, Md. I3r LA DIES' FURS! LADIES FURS! Of-all the grades Irotn Five to Forty "Hollars u sett with Mulls, Culls, Fur Trimmings, &c, at LPDEGHAFF.V Hut Store, Oppottile Washington House, Hagerslown, Md. WBIIFFALO ROBES. Buffalo R.ibes! A BdlendiJ lot of Extra and No! 2 ROBES, bought previuu* to the great advance, and wlllbo ¦old at usual rates I01 cash, at 1 UPDEGRAFFS' Hat Store, Opposite Washington House, Huireralonn, Md.

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