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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - August 17, 1865, Connersville, Indiana The Liberty and Union novo and forever a one and inseparable a Webster. Vol. 15�?no. 43.connersville, . Thursday August 17. 1865. Whole no. 771 the weekly times. Terms in Advance. Portion fld to their own Gambera. The element is to great As to make a balance of Power Between the preservation or Deatrio tied of the nation. avd Totubbi. The Only reason offered Raja the Cincinnati Gette against on proposition to a mend the Conetia tuntion of the United states to As to apportion representation in Congress and in the electoral College upon the voting population is the inquiry what change will next be required and it is our Constitution in the future to assume the appearance of an overwork and badly tinkered Kettle Patch upon Patch one Hole opened in the process of stopping another Quot and this comes from a party which Pat Forth As the very ultimate of Wisdom in statesmanship that the Constitution was formed by Compromise and could Only be preserved by continual Compromise from Che party which would have rent and patched the Constitution to Compromise for the exercise of the right of the people to elect their president from the party which claimed that its defeat made a necessity for shuffling the constitutions a a party which made even Compromise not binding but oily a thing to be compromised. To degrade the Constitution to create special privileges to deprive men of pro a Section in their Liberty to extend slavery into free territory that party was willing to hold the Constitution like a pack of cards to be shuffled for a new Geme every time it was Defeated. But when it is proposed to Smend the Constitution so As to equalise the political Power of the people of All sections it affects to regard it As a finality m a work of perfected Wisdom which will be profaned by any alteration. The equal representation of the people is the basis of our government. It does not now exist. It was compromised away at the formation of the a slaves were allowed to be counted As two fifths persons to balance the preponderance of free people in the Northern states. It introduced the anti democratic system of representation of property As Well As Une equal representation of men. No upright Northern Man will now deny that this Compromise if a necessity was an unfortunate necessity and that the a principle was bad. The condition of slavery which made the antagonism on which this balance of Power was demanded has now passed away. The belligerent state which has grown out of this relation Calls upon the covering Power and enables it to establish representation on a just basis. Who to the North that holds the Northern people As Good As the Southern will advocate a system of representation by which a one voter to the Gulf states of the South shall have As much representation in Conr great and in the election of president a three voters in the free states this they will have under the present system. Taking the Southern or slave state together one voter there will have the aame voice in the government As two voters in the North. Do democrats of the free states think so meanly of themselves that they will insist upon a Rule of representation which makes two of them Only equal to one voter of the South another fundamental doctrine of our government a that representation is inseparable irom taxation. But by this system representation in the South increases As taxation diminishes. Furthermore in the reconstruction of Loyal government the political Power of the people of the rebel states will be in proportion to the intensity of their hostility. Of course the people whose political Power a increased by this system will oppose an equal apportionment. When did men Ever Lay Down Power voluntarily a but no argument can be made against it. No politician in the North can stand on the platform which declared for unequal Politi Cal Power to the voters of the South. No candidate will dare to argue to the people that two of them should have Only the a Aisha vice in the government As one Vrtar in the South. The utmost that any sympathizer can claim a that the rebel Shalla vote he dare not claim for them two Votca for each Man while the Northern Man is limited to one. The population which a not fit to be represented is not a fit basis for representation. And in this difficulty of the country when it is agitated by a die Loyal population an equal apportionment of representation which would Giva the 4 equal control in the government a Nold add to Ito Security by apportioning Mio Rulp <�11 thirty three member in in which orb Ariaa worm w apportioned ii Pon a population not allowed suffrage Aid elected by the peo leap 0f a mint Torpa a did too to.  0� or Tbs film Tai h01th.wbit. Correspondence of the Connersville times. Boutai Pfoh wia., August 5, 1865. Eds. Timis a my last to the times waa dated at Richmond 111., which is a place of More business than was indicated at first View. The surrounding country is Well adapted to farming purposes and a Well settled by an Active and energetic people. We left Richmond on the morning of the 3d inst. For Crystal Lake the Junction of the Fox River and Northwestern railroads Distant about 18 Miles. At Crystal Lake we took the cars for Oshkosh Disint 150 Miles. On leaving Crystal Lake we immediately emerge out of the Valley of Fox River and come upon a High rolling prarie country interspersed with Groves of Timber. Every now and then the Cara seem to ascend a More elevated spot affording an extended View Over a Large area of country larger than the whole of our Fayette county and As far As the Eye could distinguish the land waa teeming with the Rich products of the the wheat was being harvested and in some place the Oats and Hay yet but Little of these products had been taken from the Field. This form of country extends from the Fox to near Rock River a distance of 50 Miles As the rail Road runs and is a Fine farming country of Rich lands Well watered and some Beautiful locations for farm residences. The whole country along the Northwestern rail Road is undulating but never rising into a Bluff rugged country not even along the streams of water but As you go northward along this Road the Quality of the soil gradually gets poorer and one seems to realize the fact that he is on the Summit of an extensive Plain with gentle undulations no rough or rugged country but now and then a Low spot of marshy ground without any seeming outlet. On travelling Over this route that which most forcibly strikes the Eye of the traveler is the number of villages and Small cities. In coming out we commence with Woodstock the county sea of Mchenry county Illinois a Fine flourishing place indicating Thrift yet there is nothing but a strictly farming population to sustain its business relations. Next is Harvard which is a considerable town at the Junction or crossing of the Railroad from Rockford on Rock River to Kenosha on the West Side of Lake Michigan. There Are 7 or 8 of these Cross Ings Between crysts like and Oshkosh most of the terminations Are at Milwaukee and crossing the Northern Railroad at different Points extending into the country at various Points. A Large number of villages exist along the line of this Road be aides three Small cities. Janesville at the crossing of the Rock River had a population in 1860 of 7,703, and is now a thriving place and one of considerable business. Watertown at the crossing of the rail Road from Milwaukee to St. Paul a a place of considerable business and had a population in 1860 of 5,302, and is now Oshkosh is at the Junction of the Wolf River with Lake Winnebago is a flourishing piece doing a considerable business end had in 1860 a population of 6,086. The population of All these place has largely increased since 1860. The City of fond Dulac situated at the foot of Lake Winnebago has now a population of Over 11,000. Thia last named place is one of much importance is growing rapidly and doing a Large commercial business for an Inland place yet it is connected by water with Buffalo n. Y., and a in the midst of a Fine wheat growing Region. Of this piece Milwaukee and Chicago i design giving an article showing their relative relations to Commerce and the the weat a aset a giant in yours dcc., Phi up Masoh. Country. Infancy. The Tanate u Isoa. A Good medical authority a Crimea to the Tomato the following very important Quali Tiea 1st, that the Tomato is one of the most powerful a Percenta of the liver and other organa where Calomel a indicated it is one of the most effective and least harmful agent known to the prof Aaion. 2d, that a chemical extract will be obtained from it that will super aide the use of Calomel in the care of Dise aaa. 3d, that he Haa treated diarrhoea with Thia article alone. 4th, that used a an article of diet it to for dyspepsia and Indi gelation. 5th, that ita hould be Eon stantly is Educ daily food either cooked or raw or in the form of Catnap it it the most healthy article Bow i oae. Xii Diao lira at Adibi ohm. A correspondent of the new York evening poet give the following account of what was known a the Quot dead line Quot at the Andersonville Slaughter pen i have heard much of what is termed the Quot dead line Quot few however know what a meant by it. After the completion of the prison and ita use those confined there were accustomed to approach the stockade and look through the openings Between theor talk to outsiders. After the a sumption of command by major Werts be caused the prisoners to be notified that if they approached within thirty feet of the stockade they would be shot by the guards upon the outside. This limit of thirty feet waa unmarked by any line whatever it was Ideal and left to the arbitrary determination of men on guard a majority of whom were a incapable of judging of distances or of this distance of thirty feet As were the poor prisoners who were doomed if they transgressed it. The consequence was that weekly yes almost daily the prisoners were shot Down by the guards when these thought that they had transcended the imaginary line that separated thirty seven thousand human beings from eternity. Upon one occasion a prisoner who had been confined there More than a year rendered desperate by hunger want and filth preferring death to a life so unutterably miserable after writing a last fond letter to his wife in Indiana and bidding his friends around him Farewell deliberately advanced toward the Side of the stockade and calmly awaited the Well directed shot of the Sentinel that released his soul from the tortures which he could not endure and which his manhood sunk under. The Southeast Corner of the Interior of the stockade was the favorite spot for this kind of practice by the executors of Wertz s will for at this Point the Brook or Stream to which i have already referred entered the limits of the prison. Here the water was less tainted and be fouled by the drainage of the Bill and afforded a More Pau table drink of course this Point was sought in preference to any but woe to the unfortunate wretch who Ever reached with his Arm Pond the prescribed bound to dip a cup of better water than the reeking current below him offered a Sentinel s Bullet sent one or More spirit trembling to its god while the wretch s body Lay prone and washed in the very water that his less fortunate companions must drink until necessity forced its removal. How Many were slain in this manner will never be known until the records of a Book uns canned by mortal eyes be made up to figures of living Light. A Short distance from the stockade was the Field where the remains of the dead prisoners were supposed to be As if the torture and degradations of their wretched life were Linsui Brient the culminating stroke was Given by their Mode of interment. In Long ditches scarcely two feet in depth without coffin or cover without even the Ordinary decent composing of limbs but carelessly bustled into the bed which was to be their last thirteen thousand eight Hundred shrunken ghastly bodies have been tossed and there they lie an Quot army of martyrs Quot whose cry will go up to heaven s Gate in unceasing peals asking vengeance on the Quot deep damnation of their taking i know not what the benevolent Mission of Captain Moore May have accomplished in this dreary cemetery but i do know that three months so at least one tenth of the whole number there lying were exposed the dirt which had been carelessly thrown upon them having settled or washed away while legs and arms protruded Here and there sad signal posts of Down trampled humanity natural Monu Menta of fiendish cruelty. And Over fils Azeldama of the North s Best and bravest could be seen the Shadow of the thousand Buzzards wings As they slowly sailed above the festering heaps or gloated with their horrid feast set and gazed upon others who had followed to this disgusting banquet of death for Thia and for More than this has Wert been summoned to account. It will not answer to plead for him that he was the servant of others in authority and acted under orders. It will not do to say the Confederate government knew All this and failed to apply a remedy. Until it is shown that Man must lose his manhood and humanity its feelings that the officer must become a brute and blindly obey when Hia instincts and Bia duty Force him to Refiat or resign the world will not hold him Guil Leaa who tramples upon All decency and outrage All sensibility by reducing prisoners of War to a condition Little belter than that of caged hyenas. The Wail of bereaved wives and the pleading of orphaned children joined to the Stern dict Ataa of Justice demand that Ponniah ment should be meted out to him who showed to mercy to the helpless and un-armed4 Rianner whom the Fate of War had thrown into Hia Power. If i have added anything to the information of your Reader my purpose a fully accomplished by the Brief and hurried note that i have thrown together at your aug Gration. Lesson for the times. A but Matilda please give me a pin Quot said a Bright looking but Abab Bily dreamed Little fellow opening the door of mrs. Lane s kit Ohto. Quot just see Here Quot he added pointing to a Large rent on the knee of Hia Trow Era Quot me and will Brown were playing tag and i fell Down and Tore Quot Why did it you go Home and gel your Mother to mend it Johnny Quot said mrs. Lane As she did her Best to bring together the several parts. Quot of cause Mother Ain t to Home Ahe a gone to the society for clothing destitute Quot destitute children Quot ejaculated mra. Lane As she surveyed her Nephew from head to foot. Quot if you Don t come under that class then never a child did Why my a you Are All rags and Quot i know it aunt Quot responded the boy moodily Quot but it Ain t my fault. Mother Saya she has no time to mend my clothes and if she did they would be just a bad the next Day so what s the use father said last night that i looked like a Little Heathen and he almost wished i was for then Mother would think i was Worth looking after a Quot have you had any supper Johnny Yon look hungry Quot Quot no Quot said the boy casting a longing look at the generous piece of pie that Hia aunt was cutting Quot Mother left some cold victuals on the table for father and me but Quot a Quot Well Quot interrupted the Good woman placing the pie upon a plate and adding to it a couple of doughnuts she was frying and a Elice of cheese you just take this and mind you Don t leave a bit of John lost no time in obeying his aunt s peremptory but by no Means unpleasant injunction and the contents of the plate rapidly disappeared before the energetic assault. Quot i wish Mother stayed at Home just a you do aunt Quot he said As he opened the door casting a longing look Back upon the cheerful cosy looking Kitchen. Quot i declare Quot exclaimed mrs. Lane As taking up the rolling pin she resumed her Labora Quot if it in t a shame for Nancy to neglect him i am actually ashamed of him a and his Mother in Active member of half a dozen charitable societies Quot As for brother John he s clean discouraged and i Don t wonder at it. I Don t believe he comes Home to a warm supper once a week. It s my belief that s a woman s business first to look after the Comfort of her own family then if she Haa time to do for others Well and Good. Charity ought to begin at Home if it Don t stay Quot there s aunt Nancy now jul coming into the Gate Quot said her daughter Betsey As looking up from the apples she was paring she chanced to glance out at the window. Indignant As she was it was not in Good natured mrs. Lane s heart to refuse a kindly greeting to her sister in Law who was evidently too full of her own concerns to have noticed any Lack of cordiality had there been any. Quot How do you do. Sister Lane How do you do Betsey she said seating herself in the first chair she came to As if quite exhausted though her keen Black eyes looked As Bright and Sharp As Ever. A1-Waya cooking i do declare a How it makes my heart ache to see you spending so much precious time in caring for the poor perishing Quot folks can t live without eating Quot responded mrs. Lane a Little tartly As this remark called to mind what she considered her sister s Remis Ness in the care of her family. Quot Leas ways i Haven t found out the other Way of Quot you always did make Nice doughnuts Matilda Quot said mrs. Shaw very compos edly helping herself to one. Quot these Are Light As Honey comb Quot she added As she broke it open and proceeded to dispose of it with evident satisfaction. Quot i Don t know when i have made any kind of pastry. Professor spare who lectured Here last Winter said that they were very unhealthy entirely destroying what he called the digestive yes i know Quot returned mrs. Lane dryly Quot husband invited him Home to Tea one Day and i could t receive that he had any particular objections to my Ioakem and pies. Indeed i remember thinking that if that waa Hia Ordinary Way of eating should t like to be the one to Cook for him. And let folks aay what they May the chinese tailor work much at Niht and their Mode of applying the right Light a Worth knowing. A email Light Only a used but the Ray a Are completely reflected Down upon the table and cannot reach the worker eyea�?in4�. The room Looka half in darkness while the work on which Paob Man is engaged a tromly ill Babinat a. _ never will think that Plain Light pastry eaten moderately Ever Hurt any body. I always let my children have it and they Are a Hearty and robust a aet of Boya and Girla As you can find any where a i am sore they would t be if they were fed on cold half a cooked victuals Given to them any Wayand Juat when it happened. Quot it Ian t always the Rosie is and fre heat children that Are the Healthiest Quot said mra. Shaw helping herself to another doughnut. Now i think of it i am certain that i can see a pimple on Betsey a nose a Aura proof of Over eating and your John Thorn a a not nigh to Strong a my Johnny who a not More than a year or to the old eat. But i Queaa i la do my errand and be going. I called to aay that we Are go ing to have a fair for the Benefit of oppressed poles. I am on the committee of arrangements and really Hope Wiater Lane that you la take Righi hold end do every thing in your Power to Forward this Noble and praiseworthy Quot no. Thank you Quot returned her sitar in Law Quot a think l pan find of Charity nearer Home than Poland of. But there is a Moiety of which you Are a member this think i would like to join Quot Ahe resumed after a moment a thought Quot the one for clothing and providing for eat tute and neglected mra. Shaw a countenance brightened. Quot we shall be delighted Quot Ehe exclaimed. Quot the initiation fee is Only two dollars together with the weekly payment of eight i believe i paid the initiation fee about year ago when it was first organised. I did it cheerfully though what i then considered to be nearer Home prevented my doing More. I will pay it Over again however Only i Muat have the privilege of bring pm a destitute child with me. I often see a Little boy roaming about the streets whose forlorn and neglected Pear Ance Filla my Hmyt with pity. Certainly that a what its a Epcot and desire every member to do As she Haa an Opportunity. We have a number of Little Racketa and Panta on hand and there will i it a some among them that will fit him. Our next meeting a just a week from to Day remember at Quot Squire Mayo there Wae a merry twinkle in mra. Lane a eyes that night As she superintended preparation for supper which Ever and anon deepened into a Amile. But though the children were anxious to know Quot what Mother waa smiling about Quot she kept her own counsel. The next wednesday afternoon a Acore or More ladies were seated in Squire Mayo s parlor with Busy fingers and Atill More Busy tongues. Quot there in Are. Lane coming up the exclaimed mra. Mayo who waa heated by the window. Quot just see what a wretched looking boy she is leading by the hand. It can t be one of her boys for i know they Are All models of mrs. Shaw waa too Busy distributing work to even glance out of the window. I forgot to Tell you ladies Quot she said that my sister in Law joins our society this afternoon. The boy with her no doubt a the one Ahe spoke to me about the other Day a a fit subject for on Charity. I take considerable credit to myself Quot she added complacently Quot for persuading her to this step. Sister Lane a such a Home body so wrapped up in herself and Quot mra. Lane is a kind hearted woman Quot replied an old lady who was knitting in one Corner of the room Quot and does a great Deal of Good in a quiet by Thia time mrs. Lane was in the room. Quot Good afternoon ladies Quot she said glancing around with a pleasant smile. Quot you see sister Shaw that i kept my word and did not come alone Quot she added a that individual fixed her eyes in Undis Niimd astonishment upon the boy whose reluctant hand she held. Quot i found this poor lad Quot she continued in an alleyway playing Marble with a number of profane and vicious boys who were uttering that i shudder to think of. The Black Eye he has got in a fight with one of them in which it appears he had the worst of it. He is very dirty and ragged a you see. But i offer no so logy for bringing him to you in this condition As your society waa formed for the Benefit of such and Trust that under your kindly care he will soon present a different twice did mrs. Shaw essay to interrupt the speaker but anger and shame choked her utterance. When Ahe had concluded she sprang to her feet. Quot Matilda Lane Quot Ehe ejaculated Quot do you pretend to say that you Don t know that is my boy Quot your boy Quot exclaimed mrs. Lane starting with Well dissembled amazement Quot is it possible now that i look at him closer it look like Johnny. But who would have thought it i leave it to you she added addressing the other indies Quot if the mistake was not a very natural one or if Ever a child apparently stood More in need of your Friendly offices Quot this assertion could not be denied by any present certainly not by mrs. Shaw who was completely silenced though she was looking unutterable things. Not Long after Ehe could have been been with poor Johnny Quot in Tow Quot taking a round about Way in the direction of Home for unlike her Aister in Law who escorted him thither Ehe went by the darkest and least frequented streets. This Sharp but much needed lesson had most Happy result As was evident not Only by Johnny s improved appearance but by the increased Comfort of the whole family. Mrs. Shaw Learned what it a to be feared too Many forget that no object Bowe Vei praiseworthy can excuse the wife and Mother in neglect of Home duties that there Liea her treat happiness to there Are found the Dearest object of her care who have the Firat claim upon her time and affection. The Anderse Avilton Prises Ite. The following a an extract from a letter received at Washington from capt. J. Moore a. Q. M., in charge of the cavalry sent to Andersonville Georgia to Lay out the Soldier s cemetery there. The letter in Dat july 26th Quot we Are encamped within on hath Drosd Yards of the prison pen of Andersonville and it a in the fullest Renee of the terms nothing More than a pen a human pen where Thoua Anda of our Goldiere were huddled together in an incl Aure less than 200 Yarda Long and scarcely 100 Yarda wide where they were exposed to the Ray of As almost tropical Anil and the Abi vering Winda of Winter. More than 15.000 men worn out by sep Faure and suffering Are banned Here Quot Bis prison pen should never be permitted to a destroyed but should stand until ita Stock add a Kjall to Ihu ground by decay that unbelievers in the a tort May look on Thia ground and Coni not them selves of the inhuman cruelties or pet rated by the rebel upon our prison there Are about 14,000 head boards yet a a Teber Werta. Henry Werts lately the infamous keeper of the horrible Andersonville prison was about the year 1853, an attendant to the bathing establishment of or. Caspari of Thia City. We remember him Well for he often waited on a. Hia voice waa Low and Hia face Good looking enough but both were calculated to excite asap icon. He was discharged for collecting Money for Bia employer and pitting it in Hia own pocket. He acknowledged Hia own crime and begged hard to be retained but he had after losing his situation Werts turned doctor Thoi a he had never studied med Quot Cine a Day in Hia life. By Force of hum Quot Bug and impudence he succeed did in getting a Bonsai durable practice. He waa a Captain in the rebel service and a keeper of the intern prison at Anderson Tilv he practice Orjie Tiee the Bare Stai Emcil of which is enough to Shock after his capture he waa brought through this City in charge of Federal officer. And on Hia arrival Here he had himself driven to the House of his old employer to whom he stated that he was ragged and almost naked and without a Farthing in the world. Though not entitled to Aid he received it. How shameful it was on the part of that rebel authorities to appoint Euch a Mia Cresant to the charge of eighteen or Twenty thousand Federal officers and soldiers in prison what wonder in it that dead Bodiee As thick a they could be planted and of ten half a dozen or a dozen in the same Hole fill a Twenty acre lot in the neighbourhood of Andersonville a Louisville Joar it a cd Botman once posted the following notice on the Gate of his Church a Quot found two hats in my Strawberry bed. The owners can have them by proving we Don t believe the owners will Call for them. Great improvements in sewing machines. Empire shuttle machine patented feb unfit 14, 1860.  al18b00mb no. 536 Broadway. No. 252 Washington Street. No. 720 Chestnut Street. New York. Boston. Philadelphia. This machine is constructed on entirely new principles of mechanism possessing Many rare and valuable improvements having been examined by the most profound experts and pronounced to be simplicity and a effect Iii combined. It has a straight Needle perpendicular action makes the lock or shuttle Stich Thich will neither rip nor Ravel and is alike on both sides performs perfect sewing on every desc option of material from leather to tho finest Nanook Muslin with Cotton Linen or silk thread from the coarsest to the finest number. Having neither Cam nor Coo wheel and the least a Ible friction it runs As smooth a Glass Ana is no Ricaut a Iron Attias Lucym it requires fifty per cent less Power to drive it than any other machine in the Market. A girl twelve years of age can work it steadily without fatigue or ii re to health. Its strength and wonder tel simplicity of construction Render it almost impossible to get out of order and is guaranteed by the company to give entire satisfaction. We respectfully invite All those who desire to Supply themselves with a Superior article the come and examine Thia unrivalled machine. But in a More Especial manner do we solicit the patronage of the Board of dire Otora of the Southern railway of France in a notice recently published mention the Ourique fact that vegetables Are sent from Madrid to paria a distance of More than nine Hundred Milea. A Down Sast editor Maya a Quot two Weeka ago sunday we Rode to Church on a splendid milk Robe drawn by a lady full Ai a feet Daunce. We tried our beat to avoid the Nacea sity but Ahe insisted a it waa All the Etyle mentally we replied Quot where a the use of Horae Cara Quot a bomb what juvenile Dandy said to a fair partner at a Ball Quot Don t you think Mtawa my m Usta Chea Are be coining Quot to which Ahe replied Quot Well sir they May be comte up la at they have not yet arrived. Merchant tailors coach makers hoop skirt manufacturers shirt k Boom makers Dreu makers Selusi out and charitable Kinsiu Timu Wilt lore dealt with. Prices of machine Complete Comet makers Gaiter fitters shoe binders Vest and Pantaloni makers. No. 1, family machine and braider. with Exten it i Sion a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a be a a a a a a a a a a a a be a a a a a no. 3, Large manufacturing with Stan a Ion table. With Hemmer Ecuer a a 75 no. 4, Large Mataafa etring for leather with rolling foot and of lamp. 85 in one hour a Quot inter untie it i0ieient to airy person to Vojt this Jiae Tiu to our entire Tati i icon. A aim Wayvan for All towns in the United state where agents, already Esta bushed also for Cuba Mexico Central and South America to whom a Liberal discount will be give. Tax invariably Cam on delivery. T. J. Mcarthur it co., 588 Broadway two. A Sharpe it co., Chicago general Northi Tern agents. Samuel porch up Island Henry county general agent for Indiana. Feb Amo

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