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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - February 2, 1865, Connersville, Indiana
Ronnand Anuw Nat and forever a one and inseparable a Trastek vol. 15�?no. 15.connerlle, in Iana. Thursday february 2. V865. Whole no. 743. A the weekly Teiwes. Tormey in Advance. L a Iveth Marellu i Timm of Bank i Liao olo. The Soat Bero journos is seem to Shiok thai pm drat Lincoln improves upon a qom Tanee or rather thet when they took him for a second rate Illinois lawyer they were a Adieu mistaken in their estimate of the bomb. They ased to amuse themselves us their readers by publishing caricatures of or. Linkou and expressed great contempt for the plodding Yankees who bad elected a Monkey As their president while on the it Ood tray the president of the Southern Odif Deracy was a finished gentleman a renowned statesman and a Superior military Ohi Fuin. Each has been tried for nearly four years and the Charleston Mercury one of the fiercest of the original rebel sheets in its Issue of january 10th, thus ii presses its estimate of the ability of or. Lis Eoln and its loathing and contempt for Jeff. Davis when Abraham Lincoln took the chair of the presidency of the United states he promised in his Flat boat Lingo to Quot run the machine As he found whether he Liaa strictly kept his Promise those May doubt who choose to consider the Subj not. It is enough for us to know that whether Quot running his machine Quot in the pathway of Bis predecessor or not he has rua.4t with a Stern inflexible purpose a bold a Teady hand a vigilant Active a sleepless Energy a fanatic spirit and an single to i Send conquests emancipation. He has called around him,.in Council the a Blest and most Earnest men of his country. Where he lacked in individual ability learning experience or statesman ship he has sought it. And has found it in the Able men about him whose assistance he unhesitatingly accepts whose Powers be applies to the advancement of the cause he Baa undertaken. In the Cabinet and in the Field he has constantly and fearlessly pressed on the search for men who could Advance his cause and has unhesitatingly out off All those who clogged it with weakness. Timidity imbecility or failure. Force Energy. Brain earnestness he has collected i a round him in every department. Blackguard and Buffoon As he is he has pursued Bis end with an Energy As untiring As an Indian and a singleness of purpose that might almost be called patriotic. If he were not an unscrupulous Knave in his end and a fanatic in his political views he would undoubtedly command our respect As a ruler so far As we Are abroad and at Home he has exercised a like the same Energy and circumspection. We turn our eyes to Richmond and the contrast is appalling sickening to the heart. The last two lines of the Mercury s article Tell the whole Story of the loss of tha popularity of Davis with the people of Tiia 8outh,.and contain the highest tri Anta to the sagacity and Superior ability of or. Lincoln that we have seen from any Tabel Organ. Cra Euy to an isaials. Tha Indianapolis correspondent of the Cincinnati commercial in his letter of the 17 inst., refer to the cruel treatment which horses and cows receive in the capital City of Indiana. We opine the just Tenaura of the writer would apply with a qual Force to Many of the inhabitants of a thar cities and villages in our Sute. In other cities there Are Laws prohibiting a realty to animals. Thera May be such Bere or hey May have been repealed on the plea of inconvenience or some other a a imply unanswerable argument for most barbarous cruelty to dumb animals is practice every Day by soulless brutes whom it Woald be a desecration of the term to Call san. Horses far nobler beings than the pitiless Savages that drive them smooth shod 4 a ver the Glassy ice fall daily in their har Iiamae and Are mercilessly whipped until they struggle to their feet again. Or night a iter night you May see them standing before stately Manf Lons glittering with a warmth and ought shivering in the a Ufier a a old for hours together while their gentle Nunnly masters Are getting rid of Long drawn platitudes before the biasing grate ill Lis Laning to Soma Weet voice whose Low a a Oad music make their Best Haart Happy alas which very happiness one would sup Pom might a sch them humanity to their poor a Nib dependants. Nov Ara Worsaa the Only sufferers. Tom Mila patient ministers to Dainty Plata i Tom blk Ayed Iowa without whoa Aid neb Golden Batter Luliona Cream and la amt milk would be banished irom a a our Law a Avan thana valuable dome Atica in Moat Aba manally abused scantily fad to Bligh Iba miserably mistaken Phr Simony of their hear Leaa owners and in Many eases a fused shelter altogether these poor Fork Ira animals wan4ftr from door to door in Aibner of tha City their Larga Appeal i asking for food or bellowing Imara Aly to Ifim ild Protesta Maninat tha in hrs in tim la a Tabt in kick is to blindly meted a it to than of human ? Craa Twa Forgan a in i Irtis Gua own interest in True Nalt Raming Bis liver no Bat a Varice Lika Lora it Oft Al iii dry and in a a along to Aava a Panny Iraq Sanuy Yosas the won ipad Assw Setton of the a eur tic. The new York times has an article on this subject the most pertinent paragraph of which we copy at the North we Ara sinking imm Ansa it sums in carrying on miliary operations and in providing implements of destruction but Over and above the army and those who Are engaged in the Supply of its wants there is a great increasing multitude of Laborera Elgird in developing the National resources reclaiming lands and working mines and thus not Only meeting the waste of War but every year adding to the National capital. In the South no such reparative process is going on. The whole energies of the whole people Are absorb Ted in the work of feeding and clothing the army and keep ing the is lives. Alive and there is consequently a steady decline in every Dirac Tion less rapid perhaps in some place a than in othere and perhaps in no Faoa to rapid As some sanguine people in the North have fancied but it Atill rapid and dreadful to those who witness it. But it is a Graat Mauke to Aupp oae that the Tai Mph of the North would be followed by any Long period of at nation or Povi in. The Raal Mouroe of wealth at tha South is after All the Fertility of the Mil and tha mildness of the climate and these Ara things on which neither fire nor word Oan leave any crap a. There is probably no civilised country in which there waa less Quot fixed Quot capful that is capital invested in machinery buildings Roada Bridges �eo., than in the Elava states acid it a on this that War always works Ost havoc. So that it May be safely said that there is no Region in Christendom excepting tha Spanish american republics in which the March of armies or the suspension of Industry does Isaa is Mage. Such a movement As Sherman s through the North or France or England would probably be attended with tenfold greater material destruction to say nothing of caused by the paralysis it would bring upon production the Shock it would give credit and the total stoppage which it would cause in vast and complicated com Mercial relations. It follows from All this that the work of restoration in the South will be unusually easy if the rebellion be there will be comparatively Little damage to repair. All that will be needed will be to apply capital to a teeming soil and though the southerners themselves May be unable to do will be found we were going to say hundreds of thousands of northerners and europeans Only too glad to get the Chance of doing it. And the eradication of slavery which seems now almost certain to be Ohe of the consequences of the War will immensely facilitate the work by greatly reducing the amount of capital that will be necessary to restore the old state of things for no Farmer being forced to spend Money in buying is borers. Will have ten thousand dollars to spend in hiring them and in making improvements for the one thousand which he could under the old slavery system apply to actual production. It makes All the difference in life to a Small settler whether he has to invest ten thousand dollars at the very beginning of his venture in ten negroes or to pay each of them a Dollar a Day for As Many Days As he May Biro them. In fact it is Safe to predict that we shall see at the South after this struggle is Over such Industrial Progress As has never yet been witnessed in any country in the world. It hardly possible to Over estimate the Ras which will be produced in the Rich Cotton and Rice Fields of South Carolina and Georgia and the River Bottoms of Mississippi and Louisiana by the application to them of the skill Energy Enterprise and Industry which have made the Stony Hills of Maresch setts Bloom like a Garden and converted the storm driven Plains of the Northwest into the granaries of the world. And we think that extraordinary As the assertion May seem that Thisbe could be probably no letter investment found at this moment than real estate in Savannah or Charleston whenever Sherman gets into it. Nom new Obi Savi. Deuce of a Conne Reviue times. A tui in Ovid new Cuba is. January 8th, 1866. Mb88b8.1bitprs a in Iby former Cotti Mun cation Lim you a Nar Rahta of my journey from incl Polia to new Orlyana briefly describing general Appa Aganoa of the country and not Tiki a lha variola cities town and forts along Roate and giving such other Itema As Odd Likely interest your Reader. In the a rid order of Binge. I should commence to Daj where i left off in my last and Complete my observations on the City of new Orleans bul this being anniversary Day i concluded to visit the Battle ground. Accordingly i set out All alone this Spring like morning to spend the Day on the Field where the greatest Victory of modern times i arrived at tha place at an Early hour and walked leisurely Over tha Field As the Sun arose dispelling Tea morning fog usual to this locality. Arriving at the place where tha Sweaat work waa thrown up by our Brave Goldie a fifty Yeara ago but which the hand of time has almost levelled with Mother Earth i selected the most prom ent place for a writing Daak. emotional fill Tea Soldier a Hwi while Gasing upon Thia holy Apoll Hia mind involuntarily parried him Back a Fly years Thia Day this hours Whan the conflict waa raging. A area tha vat British soldiers who had served pea Leaai a Euthera Lala a. A Corrai pendent of the new Albany Ledger in Martin county writes Petroleum is All the rage it it a. Fortunes Are being made in a be months on funds heretofore not Worth the taxes on we have often heard of the pocket of Indiana but never heard what was in it until recently. It is now currently reported that it is full of Petroleum. No wonder tha people in that locality Are an enlightened people. Pm companies in Louisville Cincinnati Niew Albany and other cities Are being formed of wealthy and influential Man and their eng Inaara Are now in the Field proof acting with a View of locating Sites for Walls. If Providence Dia Panama a Gifta and Besinga equally a thong by that something Rich lies on called in Thia locality As the surfs be can boat no Mora than the Lawa of tha land allow it. A Large portion of Perry Crawford and Martin counties have been leased or bought and the ensuing summer will satisfy parties concerned whether the pocket has anything in it or not. We should not be at All astonished if those counties of Indiana which have hitherto been regarded As tha poor at should turn out to be the Rio Baat. It a certain that Martin county Posa ease it Mineral wealth hidden beneath har Oil and if Ahe has Petroleum also her wealth a incalculable. Always give a wide berth. Asri Row minded Man a very eran under Wellington and gained renown on the Battle Fielda of Europe now led by their favorite. General Packenham tha hero of Salamanca Quot marching against general Jackson and his handful of Tennessee and Kentucky riflemen who Are concealed behind a i wily constructed redoubt of Earth strengthened with Quot Cotton the Long red line of the British infantry and artillery is seen stretching two thirdly across the Plains of Chalmette. It suddenly Breaks into columns and Steed ily advances. Then open our batteries with a destructive storm which plays havoc with those in the Advance. The veterans however March gallantly on approach within two Hundred Yards of the american works where the Tennessee sons and kentuckians Isy four columns deep. Suddenly the word Quot Fira Quot rung along the Une. The tennesseans Rise from cover and each Man taking sure aim delivers a most de Tractive Volley on the advancing foe. Their bullets cutting Down scores of the British soldiery. The storm ceased not for moment for when the tennesseans have fired they fall Back and the kentuckians take their places and so the four columns one after another participate in the conflict. At the same time round grape and Chain shot go crashing through the British Ranke making awful gaps and appalling the stoutest hearts. The line begins to waver but is rallied by the British officers. But the fire from the Quot immortal Cotton Bales Quot is too withering for even Wellington s Long tried veterans to withstand. A second time they falter and most of their officer now being either killed or wounded there a no one to direct them. They fall Back slowly at first but the route soon becomes general and they treat in the greatest confusion to their comp. The Victory is not Only Complete but is remarkable for its disproportion in losses. Lieutenant general Packenham and general Gibbs Are mortally wounded and general Kerne severely. No less than seven Hundred of the enemy lie dead in front of the american works while fourteen Hundred Are wounded and five Hundred the american loss is eight killed and thirteen wounded some historians place the number at seven killed and six wounded. Tae Futory of human warfare part to nth no Par Elm to the Dit party in lots. On the morning after the Battle the British were permitted to Bury their a. The piece selected is distinguished by a Grove of Cypress tree and is regarded with enters Titioka Awe by the negroes of the neighbourhood. Tha Badiaa of some of Tea officer Ware a triad in a Garden a abort Dis Tanea Anat Froni where i am now writing. Those of Packenham and Gibba Ware disembowel de and placed in Aska of ram and sent to their Frieada la England. Tea Battfay ground at Thia time Peteanu Bai few memorial to remind the visitor of tha deadly conflict thai Ono took place. Time and innovation have Dona Bair work. Tha Plowman now drives his Teon afield Over the consecrated spot and the Orange tree grows where the Brave soldiers fell. What a Vandal spirit a innovation what a ruthless de Troyar a Thia boasted modern improvement it Awa Epa Over Cha land with tha Energy of a new oration demolishing and to Attarin whatever lies in its Way for tha Maca Purpova of reproducing it in a naw and better form. It Ramov a the ancient land Marka obit Aratta the that Iravea of ancient Power and Gra Adaar ao4 work auth rapid and Nagi Chang a in in headlong of Paar that Law of As an ask to Point out what a is a Mach lass what wll by. In a few More Jedi nothing visible to the human will remain to Mark tha place when Thia gnat Victory waa achieved but the not bument which waa in course of erection at the ti�4f the Braak ing out of the rebellion when the work ceased but it makes but Little ii difference whether them or in not a loft at rupture of Granite or Marble to perpetuate this glorious achievement it Hie a bolter and More enduring memorial in the breast of every True american which thrills with lofty Irlda at every allusion to the place As did the ancient greek at the name of Marathon or Ufa spartan at that of Thermopyla. Sur rot dad Aalam to Day. Cannot close Withoft Lihi up min one sentence spoken in emphatic min a a by the him moral hero of the Battle lib Orleans the Union it must pm Sayyad Quot the som general Jackson upheld and vindicated the same that floated triumphantly Over the enemies of our country just half a Century ago now flings its Surry folds victoriously in the face of Ita foes. Thus May it Ever wave. When tyrant a and i Aitoro aaa ail it Itha Invin Chibib armies of the Republic vindicate its Honor and Ita the spirit and soul of Fredom which warms and nourishes Tite Ameri Otan heart Haa aver conquered and subjugated All opposition that sprang up to impede the Progress of Universal Liberty. Such were the Noble in pulse of general Jackson the heroic defender of new Orlue in 1816, and Auch a the spirit of its defenders today. European aristocrats and traitor to tha Manor born prophecy now As then that the american Republic is Dot iad. But it Haa survived the Oal Huny of lie in vet a enemies and with its terrible Energy of a accursed rebellion now Deso lating the land will soon be event Ata ring and reeling to tha womb of in filmy from whence it sprung just As old Hickory sent the horde and minions of great Britain in that unequal ooh 8l, the memories of which Are renewed to Day. May time in Ite unnumbered years still perpetuate the Republic of our fathers and May Quot the ats spangled Banner Ever continue to wave o or the land of the free and the Home of the Babus Dailet. Non the 184x8 Jedi aha Beni meet. St amen Sohit amp Boks Buck Paducah ey., Jan. 17, 1865. Editors of times at 2 o clock. Sun Day morning january 16th, a squad of sixty seven soldiers member of the 124th ind. V. I., escaped from that vile Den known in the army As Zollicoffer s bar Racks but better known to those who have been compelled to accept its Hospital cities As starvation a kind of preparatory department to Libby prison col a. Men rho have endured the fatigue of toilsome marches lived on one Quot Herd tack Quot a Day and slept Over night half immersed in water have laughed Over their trouble in after times but no Soldier Ever left Zollicoffer s Den with a smile on his sue but rather curses oame from lips All unused to swearing. The most brutal and unfeeling scamps that Ever Hung on the outskirts of a Large army and tried to shirk from doing their legitimate duties seem to have been selected As guards and waiter at these Barracks. Idle vagabonds Only fit to fight Gray backs and wage Battle with it fleas Are gathered Here and Are allowed to assume a Petty tyranny or rather exercise a ferocious brutality Over men yet warm from the bloody Fields of Franklin and Nashville. The colonel in command has the manners and bearing of a gentlemen and i do not know How Little or much be knows of this but the needy should be Swift and Sura. When the 124th waa ordered to take up the line of March for Eastport Mississippi a considerable number of the boys Ware boat Herod Over the country As safeguards and to Lieut. . Bush company a was assigned the duty of collecting Tham and following the regiment but the order waa countermanded in part and he marched the squad of sixty seven to Nashville to Zollicoffer s Den and we remained Here in jail three Daya. On saturday Wawara released and went on Board this Steamer. On sunday a Atar Tad Down tha Oom Barland River a Dis Tanoa of two Hoa Drad Milea. Passing fort Donalson a name. Forever glorious in tha Noala of Amarica proof a. From tha Tanta i Lodga that Soma Thrata hand rid ool Diara Ara on guard at that Point. A Iannoa or two were mounted on the Hill. But utile idea of the strength of Thia military position Aonia be gathered at a pass log Glen of. Arriving at the Mouth of the Cumberland a sailed Down the Ohio twelve Miles to this Point Padasah it the month of tha Tennessee. Up Thia River two Hundred and fifty Miles is Eastport Mississippi. Inca i Oomen cad Thia let tar tha boat Haa itar Tad. Corps coming Dol a. Owing to Tea die Tance Between the boats a could gather nothing positive and As we we re under Ordera we kept on. On arriving to Clifton Acme two Hundred Milee up we Learned that the Corpe had gone there instead of to Eastport and tha last regiment had started the night before for Louisville. Quot ing Charles with Twenty Thoa tand men. Marched up the Hill and then marched Down we followed his example and so Here we Are at Rockport Indiana one Huir dred and fifty Milea from Louisville lying close to the Shore in a dense fog that has kept us Back a Day. A thousand rumours Are afloat As to what a to be our Futura Point of operate oils but i hear from a perfectly reliable source enough facts to. Assure your Reader this the s3d army corps has been Diaville ,.raorg�fis.and from thence it Irlo will in All probe life iii place m the command of Phil. Sheridan and in some Way made to co operate with Sherifan. Doubtless on our arrival at Louisville i shall enabled to get fact More in detail and As soon As i can ascertain anything definite i will drop Yon a line for the Benefit of your readers. The Frienda of the following named soldiers of co. A will be glad to hear Fiat they Ara with us and Are enjoying a reasonable degree of health Corpora g. W. Oldham and g. W. Tingley Pri vat a m. W. Rawls Joseph Cash w. D. Thomaa Daniel Wise j. A. Oliphant John Slotterbeck to Ltd a. C. Matthews. Although unacquainted with you messes. Editors i have taken the Liberty of writing this Hasty letter out of compliment to Lieut. Bush in command of the squad. He is officer of the Day and is Busy i this duty. Haia a quiet but efficient officer and although Moat of those under his immediate come and Are of other companies he Haa won the respect and esteem of All by his uniform kindness is a Man. An in his bravery As an officer. Tour townsman col. John m. Orr was. At last advices in command of the brigade. His conduct throughout the fight at Franklin was Brave almost to rss finess. He has a magnetic Power Over Troope that inspires course into men s hearts and would make even the cowardly ashamed to flee but we have no cowards in the 124tb. Our boys did Honor to their Noble state. God bless them. Fatyara la Balsai Eai fracas. Tha Progress of the armies of the North in and the Oerting downfall of the rebellion Haa exerted a wonderful influence. Intelligent English Quot and of Renth the a Irdon army and Navy Gss Eite to tha close of the year Renews the ii Ami Sion of Ito Faith that the Northern Staa will succeed in est blushing a military a Primacy in the South and that a War with great Britian to fought in Canada is hot an improbable base for a re Amsle Gabiou of the North and South for the Pur it Sef aggression against a common enemy. Writer argues that though military Anica Macy Dos not mean the restoration of to a Union it May prove something Mora arrogant and offensive to England. The Paris correspondent of the London it Ozimea in thus i should pres am it from dispatch coming to a Power who of a pee a i Friendly to England a t the United stems a Refl ent and him ilm Itra Bent on adopt inn a poli which my Quot acid itt Brea Kiik off air Friendly relational ii i Briti Aio majesty s government. If iju bal really informed events will soon show i Tiara Ara foundations for these anticipate up the Sai Kessis. Thera is a Claas of chronic Sorah Eada in this country the sediment of the Lata democratic party who seem to Hava omission except to find fault denounce Lif Parage oppose everything that the administration does or attempt to do. There Shallo pates think they always must resist and fight the republicans Ita Causa they always have and find a fit representative in the verdant but a nac Iova irishman who Landing in new York Harbor. Waa met and welcomed by a Buti Tryman who had forger been Here. Quot Welcome Pat Quot said the latter. Quot i m glad to see you Yoti a come just Ivy a for to Morrow s election Pat and a Friend took some refresh edits together and presently the newly arrived Begaii of make some inquiries shout voting. Quot yell vote for who be Plase Quot said his Fiield Quot sure it s a free Quot Well then Begora Quot rejoined Pat Quot i go agin the government that s what i always did at Rochester n. A Democrat sat Ranat Eronimo Jan. 21, 1866. Minoa writing the Adf a Pill squad he experienced a Changa. On oaf Way a Iha to Nna Kaaa a mat part of tha 23d Zeho men. There is the genuine ring to the following Anonymous Waif. It Speaks our mind to a nicety. We have often yearned with All intensity of soul to see the chronic smile of the universally assenting Man varied by a frown and to hear his inevitable acquiescence Burden into a Flat fooled opposition and bristle into belligerency. The apparent appreciation of ourselves on the pert of such people my please and flatter for a time but their smiles like that of the tropical Sun a too continuous for Comfort there is no greater bore than a human Echo that repeats Asse tingly whatever one Sugg Sta or asserts. It in a nuisance to be always coincided with. A Man of sense likes to argue his Points and prove Hia positions. The Wbeck Brooe of opposition Sharpen Hie wite but if met with a continual affirmative iteration of his own words his game is blocked and he is so to speak Dum founded. On the contrary a sententious Quot no i Don t think to Quot puts a Man on Hie Mettle. If wrong he has a Chance of being set right if right of enjoying an honest Triumph. To be in company with one who has no opinion but your own a As bad As being caged with a Macaw. If you ask an individual in the habit of agreeing with everybody the reason of his complaisance he May Tell you perhaps that he hates controversy. He might As Well say he hates truth for disputation is a Crucible in which the Gold of truth is separated from the Alloy of error. Many things were taken for granted in former eyes that Mode a argument has shown to be Mere fill Laicee. The grand object of a Man s mind a to acquire knowledge but he can learn nothing front those who Sre ready to pin their Faith on his sleeve without the trouble to think for themselves. We detest the aau Vity that a too phlegmatic to Bridge Over the okie at a Sainvius. Or. Powell of be Witucky on the 12th instant introduced into the United Sutea Senate a Bill aut Riding tha Louisville and a Ahvelle Railroad company and the Jeffersonville and Indianapolis Railroad company stockholders in the Louisville Bridge company to construct a Railroad Bridge Over the Ohio River at the head of tha Falle of the Ohio. The Bridge in required to be not less thaa fifty Aix feat a Bove Low water Mark and with three draw sufficient to spa the largest boats no Vig at ing to a Ohio rive it one Over the indians Chute one Over the Middle Chute Andyne Over the canal. Tha draw will a one Hundred and fifty feet Ide on each aide of the Pivot pier Over the Indiana and Middle Chute and ninety feet wide Over the canal. Two Toulio Ladin a Ait of daily by a com Forta fire. The married Oak Saye Quot Ofia nearer i of font a ii Ion Ali to myself i Tell orge my Mot a Aconis no ing then a so no to a ing of him until one o look in tha punch. An important inv Satio. The almost Universal cause of the explosion of steam boilers a the deficiency of water in them. Most engineers contend that a boiler cat not burst if it contains a sufficiency of water it my brim but there is As much difference Bette Silt a burst and an explosion a there in bet Esu igniting a barrel of Gunpowder Ai t in Mere pinching a Bole in the barrel pm lowing the contents to run out. Of guard against Thia sinking of water to a Dan ii Ous lowness there Are Quot try corks Quot Btty Fua utter Are not automatic in their Calida and unless the Engineer opens and tests them at the proper moment they Are no safeguards against disaster. Or. J Ohn Cost eld. In ingenious Machi Wiist of i Lii Delphia has invented an automaton Toj Cork which he Calls a Quot Low water Indi Tor Quot and which strikes us As furnishing the great Desideratum. It is a get which is inserted in a proper position in the head of the boilers and it is furnish with Riever and Metalic float. The latter rests in the water Wheir the boiler is sufficiently supplied with Thama entail Eleha fent but when the water become too Low tha settling of the float opens a valve in thai Guage. And the escaping vapor blow # steam whistle similar to those used upon locomotives. With such contrib Sneir iii use it would be impossible for the wave tar in the boiler to get too Low without being Given in time to avoid disaster. Tha invention is a most important vew sad Osa Greos was pea. The school of Quot go Noffs Quot cooing Only known As highwaymen have imposed from London or a ome other a Virapa capital a new style of bludgeon it Ltd used upon their Highway victims. If i called the Quot Sand club Quot and Ita use a id most certain to produce death. It is in in iii of Strong canvass in the Hespe of a of about Twenty inches Long and from air to eight inches in circumference. This bag or club is filled with closely packed Sand and weighs from five to ten pounds and has great advantage Over the Ordino i club n or bludgeon brass Knuckles or Slung shot. It will not rebound after a blow is struck and it leaves no Mark or Bruise. When the victim is struck to top of the head and hero in wheat amp a Sand club redirected he int aptly sinks to tha pavement without a struggle Thara suit of concussion of tha brain Aad Al Avan a Bruise which an Ordinary Blair int moment Makee a to be Dis Oovi i. Tha Scalp of the i Toioi. After the and Oia Baa performed Ita fearful Mission. I of thaae Danbe Bava already Baan Fovad of the naw York police a Pasos Siritz of desperate Chara Tara who made know tha use for which they were intended. T Oan. Jos jobs Stop Rabel Haa Baan in instated in command of the sout Kiwaye Dick Taylor Haa a Perca de a Hood Hood s army a expected to win tsp Corinth. A Kew invention in paria in said ii it a d pair of Morical Boote Whigob Hafa Banais a habited to the emperor. At Avary the pressure of tha foot prod Caa Memy irm a Bea Walta a Mesurka. Or Sii a i a tic air. Thia a Rran Gamayot would Beve to i Rumely Oon variant. I a a dancing Juteik we sort of a Tana Woi ild i play whoa you kicked aaa Down at airs
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