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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

•§Atfi± T .jy!!fL9 § L L A NY. . Early Attachments. The attachments formed in early lift are gefrerafy more enduring than thos« formed in early jears. Almost every per Bon looks back with & melanchol y " pleas ur' 1 , with a smile and a tear, upon ihe sun bright hour " of childhood anil youth.— Surrounded unto everwhe.lming by itu noise and strife ol an eager, contending world, fancy will, at times, bear him barn to Ihe hallowed spot of his birth. Tlif lofty wood" again re-echo with iUe min. g)ei shouts of mirth; again he sports with his companions ben eath each t*ell re in cm bered tree in Ihe orchard; and again \,e si's jwiih the loved *nd loving onps. around the wide old hearth, while the j'yous hours pass by unheeded. The-e sits the father. he mother, (lie sister, t>ie brother, each ir tis favorilt p l ace in the circle, and as kind intl carelul «i ever belore. The big briglii ire sparkles and glows emblematic of the ;low in the hearts of those b y whom it i...

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

The faith of the People Events (»ass tra ~Witn such rafitdifyv Ih~ at time-is not afforded us even lor a ~ moment's reflection. The country liangs, literally upon the wires, and the tri daily electric news has become such a fixed fact that one . would think the nation impervious to a shock even from a g ilvanic battery. --But this is hot the result of indifference no'r callousness. - It is the faith of the people in our rulers, and those who have ihe conduct of this war. ., , In all these weeks of agnn^ing suspense, when the (ate of this nation ha%4o human e}es, hung upon the issue of a flay, there has been no distrust of integrity, and but little complaint. The world in ho land, under other institutions, can afford such an instance of the faith of Ihe people.— One day the country frets certain that the seizure of Mason and Slide!} is rig ht, and are willing, on that' issue, to accept a war with the greatest naval power in ' the world. The next day flashes the announcement t...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

Uses of Trouble. There is * little plant, small and stun ned, growing under the shade of a broa< speadmg oak; and this little plant va 'ue* the shade which covprs it and greatly dope it esteem the quint rest which its noble Trieod afT.nls. But a blcssln/is designed fur tliis little plant ¦ Oiire upon a time-thr-re comps alonfir thf woodman, and with Ms sharp axe he fells ihe oak -The plant weeps and cries, uM_v shelter is dep.meil; every rough wind wil! blow upon me and every storm will seek lo (ipriK)t me." •No, no',' 8«iili the an^el of ^ llmt flower; 'now will the sun get at thee; now will the shower fall on thee in more copious abundance than before; now thy stun led lurrn mil grow up j, ll(t |rutp_krtfcsiu--a»»tthjr ft «»er. whjch could never have ex pandpditsell to perfectinn . shall now laugh in the sunshine, and mer. shall say, "Iluw greatly h»th Jhat plant increased! how glo nous hath heennje its beauty, Uirbugh the removilof that which was its shade and its deli...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

Apprentice Boys. Attention A]qir«!niirTesTiT| ris ihe most. important slagti of life through which a mechanic it called to pass; it is emphatically the spritfg season of iii« days—the time when he tu sowing the seed, the fruit uf which lie i« to rp' ap in afier years. If he spare no labor in its proper culture, lie isjure of oblainiiig an abundant harvest;-but if, in the culture of the mental soil, he follows the examples of many in tilting the earth, and carelessly and negligently does his work, like them, he will finch.ihe needing time past, and his ground, only bringing forth weeds and briars. Lei the young appren tice bear in mind, when he commences learning any business, .that all hopes cif sucoes* in the future arc doomed to fade a-*«y Ji%e * 'tht) morning in im, n nlesg he im prove the ;(ildeu«pjison. J^t him'-bear in mind that he eaii became master of hi» business only throngh the closest applica cation and the most pfieervidg induotry; a>x| that iiiiless he doe...

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

Love--Its purity and Power. Iluw very bright and beautiful is love in its power, purity and innocence? How mysteriously does it etherialize every feeling and impulse of the heart, hove, holy and mysterious love, is the garland spring of Iile—— the dream of the heart, the poetr) of nature. Its sung is heard in thr rude hut of the poor, as well as Ihe gorgeous paUces of the riott—its flanfes embellish the solitude of the forest, and the thronged hauni ' s of busy life, am) its ' life imjiafiaj* brilliancy to every heart, r.n matter whai'Se*rTrc - o^ii^aa- _W«f--P»re, holy and devoted love—can never cliaiifP. 1 Friends may torsane us, and the riches of this world may soar away, but the heart that lwi-8 will eling closer as loud roarsi ihe storms, and amid the wreck of the lemj pest it will sene as a beacon to light us on to hope and happiness Love is the rnjgj tic and unseen spell that soothes the wi'J ami rugged tendencies of human nature-5 that lingers about the sanctity of the f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

SELECT POETRV -SOKG FOR THE Tim, BY WM BOSS WALLACE The 8TA&s-and Strip eb! The Stabs and 8ran>i What thongftsthny have been sung An hundred time* o'er hundred harps Since freedom's bow w»8 strung -; By hero hands on Bunker, Hill, And storied Santeo's crimson rill, Shall (hey not yet draw holy fire From every earnest patriot lyre! Why, thjs is now "ffie very time Their glories should be told. When round the Ark oar fathers built The treason clould is rolled, When over fven Vemon's jtrave * The traitor's flag would-dare to wave, v And he would rend a Henry's soil Prom sacred If w and virtues G>d! - Ac Ellsworth sleeps the awful sleep Because he loved their light, ¦ A Lyorf for their sake has ' walked Into the dreamless night; And sec six hundred thousand now ' For them are bearing breast and Jirow—Then, as their fo^jja like tempest fly. Swear that the Nation shall mot die! Yes, sing tlie Stahs, and sing the Stripes! From Mttine to Georgia sing! ^ God...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

TO MY FRIEND VVlirnyears have wrought their changes Upon the human heart— ' ; ' ; ' When life's bright^h'npet have vaiiiaheil, And early friends depart. ' When thou art cad or lonely, . And would . same voice attend, ¦ O, think that mine for one will say, •'Truly I am thy friBhd." ' When Time has parted us on earth, ; . ' And year» have taken flight, .. Lot's not forget our friendship hero, That hom«' hath' ma'de ' so brig ht;^ Let us oft think of. how we met, Q^' . Our voices rained in prayer; And lerour lives be pure on earth', k That we may meet Him there., - We've shared each others griefs and jbya v We know each . others heart, . . • • But years will make great changes, For we will have to part. •' •, y«t let our friendship, e'er be. true, While earth-life hVre is given, And if we live as (rod requires, We'll meet agflin in Heaven. . . ..

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

THERE'S A LAND flF GLOWING BEAUTY There's a land of glowing beauty. Cloudless-skies, serene arid fair, Where no stormy wind o'er bloweth Where the mind is free from care, Just beyond the darksome river liics this land of joy and light; Saints and angels dwell within it, Songs and praise* their delight. ' O'er its verdant plains of pleasure Streams of joy forever flow; Peaceful rivers jrently gliding, Murmur music soft and low. Flagrant flowers to deck its pathways, Streets of burnished shining gold, Pearly gates and walls of jasper, $p4ent]ors that can ne'er be told. - Bowo-s of amnmnthine splendor, Frnifei of fair nmiirosial ta»te, Verdant hillo and fertile valleys; Landscnpcs ne'er by^sjjj defaced. 'Tis the land that God has promised, Henvcnly Canann, lund of rest; Where foi ever in his'presence Dwell at last the good and blest.

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

Hi tllllflB Aftfiitl wmmmmmmJm p: ';' - ' V : v^ 1 *^'* 0 ^ •*• *•* V »«^-\ ¦ **%« tyiW a*;; ^l' - ' -/- - ' *<W», Unifnrm in aiihitltu^e, ' and a legi p; ' : -l^tende* . ii; ihe p»yttlehr of.TIiJebW pnbli V 1 v \:^^ .'J*'**** : '* *i»talW»« thefiftjr mi ;;, ' .: ' > . |«tn*of th*i July ittu* a«toon.** it convt :., ' ;,'. ¦ ¦ tiieBilyyern be (loo*, makes the new note : ' : • * ;-:.. Jundibie si any time in six per <tenl, Iwer f Y 'V^^% btHtdlit; ^^«abl« at the pleasur -• 'J¦ • K ,, " ;: oiT»fci1&^«ed fiKllM a(ier fire years; make ,-- : . the interest on in* noles anil bonds payt . ; ble in eoili. and (a new feature) ' makes th tfatiea on taportB also payaJrtfTa co ' r r and tlevose* them to Uie payment ofih interest on the note* and bonds and tin creation oi a sinking funSb.y setting apar one per cent, of the ¦mount. The pro vis ions insisted on by the Senate, *uihorisin| th« Secretary of ihe Treaeury to sell si; percent, bondsi for wha,i they wi...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

, < ^ . A Word of Advice, —-Tnt< would eiigges that our impulsive people be not led awa; by the rece-nt victories into a belief lha - all is hereafter to be fair weather for tin Union cause. o R*ver«s may come, an«! Uwc should not he over confident 1 of rina Aucres* immediately on the announcemen ^Bt single-victoryhowever impor tant.— ^^Kopine that- much hard fighting is yei ^^^¦ done, and we may come \n for full ^^^A tthe reverses. Tlial the cause »l ^^^^^ft ^will triumph in ihe^end we have ^^^^^^Hi doubt, lltil that ihe end is ^^^^^^^^^ hrnugh a series of brilliant ^^^^^^^^^nctories, with no draw-^^^^^^^^^^^kbeliere. The rebels ^^^^^^^^^^^^B^bat they are en-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ktn d there is no ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HBkup while ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ pe (hat Hm^^HHHis^s^^P^pmsjV movemeHWI Uec. Banko/'SJ^St Tti ai portion of Virginia, from flapper's Fe-ry to Hanoook, under the eonlrol ol our forces, and will enable the opening ofthe Baltimore ajid Ohio Railroad at once. ^ flsTTbe brave a...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

Going'Ashore. •—A Roanoke correspon dent ol the Buflalo Courier says:. I have j,u»t returned from the Island. 1 have been there two days; have seen and talked with genuine Seces'i. They are the (rreatest set of men I ever saw. Talk a boul green Yankee*—il.ey can't bf gin witli these men. They are the most miserable looking set of men 1 ever . saw. Tliey think we are going to lake away their re ligiora rights, and even imagined we were going to talus them lo New York and hang them, r ¦ ^ Tiie following is the battle song-of the Fifty first regiment " , as sung by tl.em as i hes»^i^^)H|£>Vthe coast «»l Nortti Uaro-HHHIH^^ Vtff. Jhon^r^mSfSm^V fio^Bur •tiedinro//«e Swampt. ~^mi P*tce$ - »of Cannon Capluned. ^ ^-^. , St. Louis. March 3— The following is a copy ol a telegram Irom Gen. Ualleck to headquarters], • . St. Lovis. March 3. To Gen. McClellan. Washington: It being officially reported that, Jeff. Thompson, with a large force of cavalry and artillery, had come north from ...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

.sykaCirDVictteniiNDMlvforininginlhe pubfw mind >h« th« «efe*llion is neaHy *ri«:e<i tol; «ed « Xbi time tor:%, WsuW-^inl i^roaehes, the twit natural inq»»i*y 3* suggestt^ What shall be done iritk the tenders afthfi RtUllionf ' . Tltere se««e to be a- get eral dtsre thai thrae who innugurrated lhi» rebellion Should not escape pun-a i»hm«ni,but the characKer of the pnmshanent tobeadminwiered is yet an open 4uesti08* Nobody deeire* to -see those punished who.reside in the South and re-*i»tfdf the reWllioii »s long as they could, and fitially« wtien they could resist no longer, wera forced into the ranks arid obliged to Tight against the g lorious old Hag of the Stars and Stripes; - We are well aware that there are thousands of this class with whom we had to contend, and to¬ wards such the utmost tenderness an«l compassion ehoold be shown, for they are not traitors at heart. But what shall be done with such double distilled traitors as Jefl Davii, Twiggs, Wigfall, V...

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

Qn-gmi |iM l . omrruTngTPei 25 cents On Uank-Note Paper . 3 cts.-pcrpoarrJ On Wtiting 1'nper 2 " ' " On Printing Papor 3 mills " »»-«<inp ' 5 « « On 8alt . - - 4 c. per 100 ' pounds On Side Leather 1 cent per Iti. On Upper Leather i " " On Flour Hi ct-. per bW. Ail other jninuf/icturrra, 3 per rent adJvnLirem Ii:ii:road passengiTu, 3 rnifla. per mile of travel. Ucannut-jtion tickets,:) percent. Straniho.it tr..vcJ, 1 mill |i«r mile.. OtnnibUBKes, trrryliunu, and horse railroads, 3 per vent, on Rrosn receipts from passengers. On nilvcrliBeiuentH,5 per cent on amount of receipts annually. For nee of cnrriiges, annually, from $1 to $10 ac¬ cordingly, to value. On gold wntches 91 p 'cr annum On silver walchva 50 cts. " On gold plate 6l> < t*. per ounce On mlver plate 3 « . .« On billiard tables .. $"-!> On sluuglitered cattle 60^-18 rncb. ^ On hog» U) '• On sheep - 6 •• On Licenses—Bankers , §100 Auctioneer)) SO . Wholesale Dealer* . SO Retail Dealers in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

HWlitirtiif ^^^^^ii ;j«^iif; ;o^^pih^ Vfi-ai ivfatf* tJfiion^toeftV W Ihii lioie. ar^f^ bout as plenty ih thi» region, as counter; feit coin. ' , '"-, ¦ ' Poor Ftupto.-*There is a man ih \hh town who wants our office pulled do»n. ^ •Straws show which way ihe wind blows.? School.—We have'been requested to announce that Dr. T. L. Bdj>d will open hit opring and summer School li»r boys and sirla, on Monday the 94th inn., in llie Eastelrn Scli6ol Ifou«e/~ ¦ Ji Request.—The fir»l of April Is approaching, and we therefore earnestly request those in arrears to call and settle their accounts. The purchase of new type this spring will increase very considerable our payments, and hence this appeal may be considered, an especial one. Another Arrival—Oar friend Beaveb of the "^riety Store" returned from Philadelphia last week with ahoiher supply of new goods, consisting 'of boots and srfffesT hats and cap*, and other article* such as are usually kept in variety stores. Give him a ...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

I The Ladies Jlelief Association.—The kllotiing is a list " of the different articles ftrwarded by the Ladies * Relief Associakor. of this |iUee, to ttie Seminary ilo«pi-W, at Georgetown, D- C; E 63 shirts, 40 pairs of drowerB, 20 do ¦poien slipper", 37 do. halfhnse, * 1 pair nttens, 6 gowns, 13 to we la. 1 comfort. J ¦verlet. 1 sheet, 2 qu ilts, 24 cuahionB, 11 bundles of bandages, 3^ lbs. snap , 7 packages ol dried fruit, 1 package of beans, 1 ro)l bt-butter, l pieW^f^neilrjeeTrrcTocli of pig.fool jelly, 2 jars of applebutter, I jar of" to ma toe pickles, 1 j«r of peaclihutter, can ofcrabiipple jrlly, 1 do. currant jelly, 1 jar of preserves, 2 glasses (if preserves and 1 of jelly, 1 can of p lumbutter, 3 cans of peaches, 13 cans and 1 jug of tumatner. We annex the letyer received by tlie la diet aiiflouncing the reception o( the articles ; SEMINARY IIOSPITAX, "J tie«rgi>town, I). C.v Mar. 1*1, '62. J To the laditt of the _ ^ ~ ^mtt ^ j^ t^ -Jtetitf^U8oeiation: "^t'lSeil...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

" nl lifi watb^.fiifqiWiiijtl " - 0/1- the land-side surmniufPil :8y ; * dv, i* ti ami abattia. , • "" , . General Sherman, with-Lieutenant Commaiiding Pirelps, rtot k'nowii.g that .the/ were last evening itrctipied by fmit liunrdred nf the Second Illinois Cavalry, while on a scouting party from Paducah, made a bold d(ish to ll>e «liore. » den those in the batteries hoifted trie AMi'crican flag on the summit of the bluff lis appearance was greeted by tiie_litai»y cheers of our bra*-« turs and-soldiers., '- ' The force consisted .of six gnnboa^ f>ur mortar biiata, biiJ three transports, hav ing on bowtd 1 wo 'r regiments , and - two battalions efinfamry under Iho, cominnnil of C.»l. Ruford— General Cullum and Gen¬ eral Sherman JjeingiiV command of the troops. " The f(>rVner, leaving . 11 ' sick . bed togo ashore, discovered wlrat was evidently a magazine on fire at both extr«miiies « and immediately ordcreil the train to ^ bft ¦ml, add thus saved the lives of...

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

OOCUPA TIoi^J^®^,^^^^ Shf fiootsy March 4.^The foH««rlri| it ^ a copy o» atelegtam from Gen. Hittuefc lO h «en.:Mc^lerlan -i" ; 'V ' " •*/¦ -' : '- - 1 ^ li *\ *} &$¦ .$%* . Toft it. Qi>»ji ¦MaCiBW^rf.Sli^!:Jf«t ; t[ caval ry frOut ^atlucali maroijed int* ^<il< "'i uihbuB ye - stfertiay ^ at six i* 6"jf»i}fc«|*&||i^i : -, drivjii| h^ure ihem the . enenjy'a " ¦ '&&\ ' £ jiiiirii^iV^' ; . . " . • ; • ;!" " ./? :- ! , c ' r-fil ' 'f'l > ne ^^^e' 'Vrtianu-^ihs/py$i;iMi' '^ , : Boasied^ibrBitar of the VVesti" : >' ; ' ' • y/, •Finding hiujaeir completely turned da,.: both siile:* 6fHie Mia»Usippi, the enemy; was obliged to evacuate oi surreritlef. * ' \, . ' . '" - Large T4uaniitj||s of Artillery and stdres ¦;-: were capiured.•;:, U. \V. Um,i»b9^, t * J^Sjor General Corrtinandin^ / \ U'Asuisqn^, Mhffik 4. i8ft?.— 3ec*fetit' ry Weiieaiijus evening! received. Ihe. (ul * lowing despacpte; . ' . .. ,• ¦ • .. ' ¦ ' - .. ••...

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

FROM WASHINGTON //on. Andrew Johnson Appointed Military Govenor of Tennesste Washinoton, ftlarch A,/1862.—Hon. Andrew Jonnson has formally been ap jiiiinied Afiiiury Governor of Tennessee, with til the powers, duties, and functions pertaining to that office * during the pleasure ofthe President, or until the loyal inhabitants of that State shall organize a civil Government in accordance with the OonatiiuitojMif.llie United States! I'JJKder toj^hc exercise uybftff rttnTies, " 11 be eiSBA~.f#ewi***¥^'i*"to* x " gite'- '-hiin a mili . r»Ty posiUiin, anil hence the President nominated him a brigadteV general. This appointment |lie Senate. 10 day, unhesiialingly oorifirmfld. f ; The preseul Govern men I nl Tennessee being a usurpHtiou,, every proper enootiragement will, Miiough the Military Gov. ernment, he jiwii to the « oyal peop!e to aenime iw eonjrol. The designation ol AmlrfiW John/011 for that position ia con sidered by everybnd> as. eininently proptiti both i» view ...

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 March 1862

late John A* WjTsliing)ou»,. i» now coh&i ed at Harper 's Ferryf: ' " . ' *"' ' .; ') Niiihiiig ot importance, Ua.tia^ired, i our lines last night or ye8(erda>y. - Our national'interests in i&is sectw appear to be in prosperous progression^ Washington, Mareb.^rr-ZCiie followh despatch was received he*e,t£-ni&ht,frdi the correspondent of. tfja,A»»«oiaied Pte> Gen. Banks' Torcea occtipieAl Mart is burg yesterday without opjidsitiorj^; ' " ' Our scouts and pioket8 co*itnue t^ brir in pri»oiiers«: ..Although, iS«fe' ?a^WmSi they ' " are of much importance. 1 - Aipffli those taken last J^^rt^^mi^ AU'V-rrg+i; clmpraiii of the 8econd Virgin fufantry. lie was capiured by Vampun K, of me Michigan Cavalry,- Uabl.Mjrni near B«rryville. " ' ' ' ; 'i.v;,;\_X _ Intelligence trbng VViiichesler teadfs I the belie I that Jackgitoiaiheteriii full ton and has completed liia prepara j twna lfto| pose out apnroacli thtee/toiWitaiilof thi P lace. U ' ; rr\. f-"" ...

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