He wants to know what the price of butter is at the market.
He had business in town, so he got the paper.
He wants to know information about the war.
The newspaper had ads for jobs and he needed one.
The smell of fire in the area
The glow in the sky they saw the night before
The noise of gunshots in the area
The people leaving town
People running in all directions to escape the soldiers
Horses and cattle running down the roads
The distant sounds of cannons and gunshots
Trains coming down the tracks with more soldiers
Thousands on the Southern side and hundreds on the Union side
Thousands on both sides
Millions on both sides
Millions on the Southern side and thousands on the Union side
Between the corn and beans
By the tomatoes
He forgot the place in the garden
Near the potatoes
By earning it because money doesn’t grow on trees
By working hard and saving it
By planting it and writing down where it is
By saving it, not planting it