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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - February 23, 1865, Connersville, IndianaU and Union now and forever one and . Voi 15�?no. 18. Conne Sale Indiana thursday february 2&, 1865. Whole no. 746.the weekly times.terms�?&3.50 in Advance. to Mil be Nikii. General Thomas j. Wood has recently written a letter on the end Jet of slavery m connected with the rebellion. This letter wee add reeled to general Whitaker Quot a member of the Kent Oky legislature and a worthy companion in Arm of the Gallant author who a himself a native of Kentucky. We Are nowhere been the duty of die government to destroy slavery More tersely or forcibly expressed than in the following sentence of general Wood s letter Quot to government with a proper regard for Ite perpetuity can safely in stare in its bosom an element which May be in the hands of designing criminal men used for its detraction. Quot no government Ehwald give Ite Protection to an interest which can be availed to a Rouse the most incendiary passions of human nature and direct them into systematic action for its overthrow this a the asm of the whole argument slavery made the War and the at niggle in to determine whether it Ahall overthrow All other interests and remain master of the nation. The Dit of payer. It seems that the paper monopolists have succeeded in buying up the United states Senate. On monday says the Cincinnati Gazette the Senate amended the House Resolution reducing the duty on. Foreign printing Peper by inserting fifteen instead of three per cent. Or. Sherman stated that Domestic paper now pays a duty of ten per cent in currency and therefore he thought the duty on foreign paper ought to be the same in Coin. We we do not know How he makes it appear that the tax on Domestic paper is ten per a a int. It was stated some Days ago by the Indianapolis journal that the Eastern pub Fishers after inducing Western publishers to join them in a remonstrance to Congress against the paper duty were bought up Fey the paper monopolists who contracted to furnish them with paper at red need Cates provided said Eastern publishers nikke no farther opposition to the present duty. It looks As if the Story was needy Correct. Iks t Avenue state of the Satte Aal Flash ass. The new York world e Washington a or respondent writes to that journal the favourable indications respecting the iia Rioual finances were pointed out by your Eor respondent Early in december. The appropriations for the War department for the present fiscal year Are seven Hundred said sixty two millions of dollars $762, 000.000. The get metes for the next fiscal year ire reduced to five Hundred and a Faven millions of dollars $511,000,000pc sift a decrease of two Hundred and fifty one millions of dollars 251,000,000. The Navy estimates will also be reduced Aiu fifty millions making three Hundred millions in All while receipt of the Treasury from taxation it is now certain will lie increased a Hundred millions. Thas the borrowing necessities of the govern Tfelt for the next fiscal year will be re a left four Hundred million of dollars so a that they will probably not reach three few fed red million. The Hope of in a Creed Revenue Are based on a modification of the tobacco tax and the operation a of the whisky tax which has been Noper a Tifre till Bow in consequence of the Large a Tooke on hand at the time the tax was levied. A revival of the business of the Mutry to also expected to Lead to better mins from miscellaneous taxes. 9uch Plewe come from an unexpected Quarter. The world in common with him whole Copperhead Prees did All in their Power before the election to shake Dit Publio Confidence in the National and doubtless accomplished h in that direction. The writer quo a cd above give the lie to the past political a flirts of Hie journal and its co Tempo a Rios and Howe up their insincerity Sod dishonesty. Marois a fury. The Buffalo express in speaking of the opposition to the constitutional Amend ment made by democratic members of the new York legislature Falls it and we think very appropriately�?1"heroic it Aye that the solid opposition with which the democratic members of our legislature doggedly confronted the constitutional amendment to abolish slavery was the result of a solemn caucus in which they deliberately resolved that the party of Copperhead democracy should stick to slavery to the last and go Down with the Black Flag flying. Perhaps they Are right. If they must be infamous there in some satisfaction perhaps in making their infamy heroic. There Are others it seems Beedee new York demo Orale who Are Emulous of heroic infamy of Thia kind. We have some in our two legislature. The Day in Oom ing when they or their children will fall upon the Rooks and Mountain to fall upon their record Aud hide it from the eight of Man. Ossi advice. Frederick Douglas in addressing the coloured people the other Day in Baltimore gave them some excellent advice which we find reported in the Cambridge my intelligencer i now desire to make some remarks to my Dolored friends. By the adoption of the new Constitution your of edition is Ohen ged. You Are in one Senee but you must not think that Freedom Means absence from. Work. Bear that in mind. I would impress it upon your minds that if you would be prosperous you must be industrious. I would advise those living in the lower counties of Maryland to stick to their agricultural Pursuit. I believe that $150 in the country in better than $400 in the pity. There they can live More economically and there Are not so Many temptations to Lead them est Raj. If the coloured people of Maryland flock to Baltimore crowd log the alleys and by streets woe betide them. Sad indeed will be their Fate. They must stick to the country and work. They must be saving with their funds and Endeavor to buy land. They must continually 6trive to become landholders. Nor is this sufficient. They must build up schools and educate their children. Hitherto you were wont to Pride yourself on your muscle. He who could shoulder the heaviest Burden was the greatest Man in the neighbourhood. But you need something else now. Yon must make yourself capable of thinking a Well a digging. If we wish to enjoy the same privileges As the White Man we must labor to become his equal. We must educate ourselves. Let us resolve to Point the Finger of scorn at every Dolored Man who refuses to Send his children to school. You will find that the More intelligent and refined you become the More your White Brethren will respect you. I hold that All men Are. Equal naturally but not practically. We need not arrive to conceal that we Are inferior to the Whites practically. They have their Cleys websters end Cal bound. We have not. They can build ships while we can scarcely build a Canoe and it will be lopsided. In fact in All the arte and sciences they Are immeasurably our now if we will be studious and faithful to our interests it will not Elways be so. The Black Mao is just is capable of being great As the White. All it needs is an Effort a persistent untiring Effort. You have now the Opportunity and i Trust you will improve it. Be aaa adalat a Gratifying feature of the vote in the lower House of Congress on the constitutional amendment is the fact that demo Crata aided largely in its passage. The measure received but three More than the Requia it two thirds while sixteen demo Crata voted for it. Thia a an encouraging indication that the Long Vaasa see of the is Moorati party to slavery is passing away while if the amendment Ahall be ratified by three fourth of the state the politics of the country will be purified from the Ever disturbing influence of the Peculiar institution. To Sasuga sett following obituary notice appears a a lbs Winsted Conn Herald. The Attoh Ujj Eftia a Mechanic in that Village and a alls do a the world. But Sion sea a id used up his Little property and he at last came to the poor House. But Jiff nigh Ali Bis misfortunes he maintained apprised character and cheerful spirit what can not be said of Many More lip bed men Bis obituary a just / Sief ceased Bis poverty for eternal Richie lad Kissage Ora Crown which Vadeth lot a Way at in Oak Cater poor House nov. A to 1864, James 67. The up a Mon tar m my to pm a a a. A 7 on in Quot shining Shore and went a Irith the old in to Bis Quot father s Boose a i what my pm a Basket the following table of the number of Pounde of verious articles to a Bushel May be of interact to our readers wheat,.60 la. Com ,.5# a a Corn on cob,.70 a a Eye,.6� a a Oata,.56 Quot f buckwheat,.56 a a Iriah ,.60 a a Sweet potatoes,.so m ,.67 lbs. ,.60 bren.20 Clover seed,.60 1 Timothy seed,.46 hemp seed.46 Blue Uram seed,.14 dried ,.8s dried ,.26 hasp or Aetis the Ottawa a wealthy wife. The Claveland ply in dealer mentions the ease of a Well dreamed Young Man of Good manners who gave in i lock me to the ise Masors at several thousand dollars paid the lax and bad the pleasure of seeing his name in the hats among the nabobs of the country. On the strength of this be of Airt a a wealthy Mia s daughter and married Ber. Then it was found oat that he bad no Money and he sold hts Moi Eros Swetoh to pay the income tax. V lease eat miss is Assn. Wahdo Hope and Trust that old or. Blair will Aew be allowed that retirement and repose % which Hie recent exertion in the Ervil of the Olive Brano so eminently fit him a had which his wanted energie must so deeply need. Like the woman in the scriptural he hath done what he could. Whet More can be said of Eny other men of Grant wit Lrata noon Quer Eble column or of Shermen it Bis incessant marching on or of the with Hie in variable patience and Nabity All in favor of Peewee a i peace and working hard for Peeve let or. Blair take Comfort if he Oan not take courage from his recent Pend Lumi rations Between Weelington and Riehmond. He Wes sincere we concede it. He wee in Ernest we Grant it. He was san Pine we admit it. He expected great things we will try end believe it. Nevertheless Weed no Faith in or. Bleir e negotiation a from their Start to their top. They amount to precisely what we expected they would amount to vis 1. Or. Bleir Obtene his 2. Or. Blair obtained commissioners. 3. They came they saw they went borne again 4. President Lincoln s Plena one lord one Fleg and one baptism of blood death and subjugation if that Flag is not submitted to. We hell fight it out on thie line if it Tepee All of a generation. Ien t this the temper of great roused and resolved Loyel millions in t this the upshot of the whole Metter in t this the end of controversy Jeff. Davie says a so Long As he says this we say in reply on with the War and Down with rebellion 1 and when he quite saying this he will quit doing thie will he not we do not ask him to Send us his peace commissioner Stephene with the Olive Branch at fortress Monroe while Lee Eite in the Saddle with Drewn sword behind the fortifications of Richmond a fiddlesticks upon Stephens s cajole by of us with his sprigs of Olive while his master menaces us with a Hundred thousand muskets. In the name of the majesty of the National government and of these four years full of fresh Graves we ask our Loyal people whether it does not become be better to act the part of firm and Brave warriors than of trifling Peeve mongers does it become us to Supplicate peace at the feet of Jefferson Devi sat the end of four years wicked Wanton and waning rebellion a does it become you Meo of the North to sue for peace at the feet of this Man while your sons end Brothers Are perishing of starvation and putrefaction in the prisons of which he holds the key and on the open Fields of which he furnishes the murderous guard conciliation this Northern air has Only been too full of it from the commencement of the War. Clemency a there Hea been no pronoun Cimmento of the president but what has abounded in it yes even to the Chagrin of Many a Atout and True Patriot. Return to their Fether e House the amnesty proclamation Long since opened wide the door for repentant feet and wide open it stands Pardon them Sharoe a week passes that even High officials of them Are not forgiven to sey nothing of the multitude of their rank and file who go Scot free through executive clemency. We Ere strangers to All sympathy All feeling of affiliation with the Blair the singletons the Jacquee or the Edmund Kirks who make their periodic visits to the rebel Sopitai in behalf of peace whether they be impelled by sober patriotism by flippant curiosity or by considerations drawn from a prospective and remunerative lecturing tour. Whether they be Good men in Learoh of Good ends or bed men in search of bad ende we believe the ends achieved by both to be bad Only bad and that continually. It is trifling with a most awful matter it in unbecoming a nation of so proud and grand a bearing that which we present to Mankind in our present crisis. And now at All events the question of peace is Leid we Hope never to Rise Jein until it shall present itself in that simplicity and transparency which Oan Only be wrought out for it by the net Dooal word breaking in Twain and striking to lift Earth for the last time the sword of the Damnable conspiracy against Freedom and free government. The rebels know our tame end we know Theira. A truce to True Mongera then end on with the War so that we May presently rejoice to the peace that Ahall come to Atay and to stand a righteous and enduring Chicago journal. uses reel f sets. The tardiness with which Mankind adopt improvement May be in some degree illustrated by the following fete hastily thrown together canal Loche were invented in 1681, by engineers of Viterbo in Italy. They were nearly a Hundred Yeara getting fairly into use in France and about one Hundred and fifty to crossing the British Channel. At this time it waa made felony in severs european states to ride in wheel or ridges. The team engine waa invented or rather the principle of it discovered by the Marquis of Worcester As Early As i860. Few understood and none Eno our eged it. He died in great mortification. The Honor waa afterwards. Engrossed by Savary. I 1766 the Earl of Stanhope applied the steam engine to propelling a vessel a Steamboat waa run Twenty Milee on the Sankey canal Liverpool in 1707, and another on the Forth and Clyde canal in 1801. A Steamboat trip waa made on the Delaware As surly is 1791. In 1807, when Robert Fulton waa fitting no his first Steamboat at new York respectable and n headed men pronounced him Quot a fool a Oliver Evane went before committees of Legislatures first in Pennsylvania and then in Maryland with a project of a steam Carriage As Early As 1604. He asked a Little Aid to defray the expense. A hey would hardly be prevented from reporting in favor not of steam engine a but of a straight jacket for himself. Almost Ell nations Hava had the Segroi Iyun a Unity to Elise and utilise the or Elioue id when Peter the great or there about commenced a canal Wolga and the Don the governor and Boyere of the country opposed it earnestly thinking it impiety to torn Rivera out of the channels which heaven had assigned them. When some dutchmen proposed to make the River Mansanares navigable to the Tagus and that to Lisbon the Council said that if it bed been the will of god that the River should be navigable he would have made it to. When Brinley the great Engineer told a committee of parliament to whom Bridgewater e petition was referred that canals were better than Rivera and would supersede them for the purpose of navigation the committee were hooked and asked him Quot and Pray sir what were the Rivers a nude for Quot Quot to feed the Osvals Quot waa the answer. Or. Franklin surveyed the route of the Delaware and Chesapeake canal at Hie own expense in 1757. Beron Napier surveyed the route of the Forth end Clyde canal at his own expense in 1761. Both these works were subsequently accomplished but after great Deley. Or. Is Biel Boylston introduced to you latino for the Small pox in Boston in 1821, and tried it first on his Aon Thomas and other members of his family but such waa the Force of prejudice and unbelief thet other physicians gave a unanimous opinion against it the municipal government prohibited Ite practice and the pop Olsoe would have torn him to Pieree if he had not retired from the pity. confections death a of Adios. Consumers of candies Are not aware that since the extraordinary Advance in the Price of suger confectioner a great and. Email have entered largely into the adulteration of what were once Saccharine prepare Tiona but which Are now made up in a great part of deleterious earthly eur Ata Ocea. Some few Yeara ago the pity was agitated by the Ory of adulterated milk. It was conclusively shown thet Ite use Wes stealthily under minding the health of the juvenile portion of the population and that a Large percentage of the deaths among children were directly to Eneable to its use. Legislative interference was invoked and a stringent not waa passed which the proper authorities have enforced to the confessedly injurious As adulterated milk was admitted to be by the highest medical authorities it was health giving compared with the vile preparations which Are now sold under Tbs name of confectionery and which parents without stopping to examine permit their children to Teke into their it Omaha where it remains As a sediment the Galatio juice failing to dissolve it. Of course the result is Ingle Matious of the mucous membrane Amoute pains ending in the development of diseases that May result in death. We would therefore particularly warn mothers against using them themselves or Enos urging their children in the use of the candies now manufactured. The article principally introduced by Menafa Tourera is a dry Chalky substance manufacturers is known under the name a Terre Alboan it waa generally imported from Derbyshire England but is now found elsewhere is about one cent and a half per Pound and a As we Heve said largely substituted for Auger which at the present time posts from thirty to thirty two cents per Pound. We Are credibly informed that in some of the largest manufactories there Are need of Thia Earth from 2,000 to 3,000 Pounde per week and in the smaller where great Gaina Are sought by the proprietors it in introduced into their compounds with a recklessness that a absolutely fearful when the consequences from its consumption Era contemplated. This Chalky substance is generally used in what confectionery technically fall Quot pan work Quot a Auch a almonds sugar plume and Oara Waye. In Many Ina Tauvee it will be found on examination that at least two third of these confection a is comp owed of this Earth one third Only being Augar. Which a put on the outside to make them appear genuine. The Chalk a also introduced extensively into what is fall so rolled or pored Oandy and it will also be found in Quot conversation indeed it would be difficult to name any preparation that Cornea from the Handa of the Menafa Tourera of Candiee in which thie to celled Quot Ferre a Toad is not to be found end it it Bebo Ovee All sensible persons to examine Osre fully whatever they Purchase in the form of sugared preparations before they permit h to Pees to the atom Aoh. adulterated candies can be detected dial very simple manner. Taken wine geese or a arable Rand half fill it with pure water. Drop into the water the Asp noted Onofeo lion. It will dissolve in a few it be adulterated there will be found at the Bottom of the gleam a heavy White substance. This is the Chalk which in All but new York Busi Ness Mirror. Fyk Noisat West a trip of a thousand Milea through the heart of the Weet awakens a kindling the great eee of the Republic. The West is the Empire a fact acknowledged in the West Beo suse the meet knows not the Weet. But in impartial traveler soon receives that the meet in not the country. New York and new England Are but the thumb Bogd forefinger the Weetie the rest of the hand. A Western visit in summer a the beet for be Biog the county in Winter beet for seethe people. And Ere they not the heart is Yafra a Lieut Moet hospitable of the human race wlifo�?o8ootob be we know not be amp in ii her to fun a Western Welcome it in better than a Plain Mah Desiree. Jostle a Westerner in the Street and at once you Are Oquain Tantee meet him the next Dey and you Are old Friende. A shake of the hand in the West has More Gripe in it then Between new York and Bangor. Child of the meet the weat is the chief Crown of the Parent. The uni verbal new England element Weet Werd is not Only the Best part of new England for Only the courageous the of energetic and the conquering have had the will to quit Eastern Nomee for Western Prairies. Thus the Early pilgrims to new England have their truest sons in the latter Pilgrim from new England. A Yankee therefore does not Home to his fullest stature in Yankee land the grown Yankee a the Westerner. At the West he is a Geranium in a pot Thrifty and Prim at the West a Geranium in a Garden where he grows rank exuberant and generous. New countries Greaten men e n. Y. Independent. Advent Laoag. To properly appreciate the value of advertising Over other Methode of my King ones business known to the Community we have Only to instance the Meny Large Fortunee thet have been derived from e systematic course of advertising. Benjamin Brandreth who in now Worth Helf a million of dollars attributes his Success to advertising which began with Small no Tice in the prese. Or. Townsend and Many others Are living examples. Shortly after the War Oom Merced or. Barnum concluded that Hia expenses must be our tailed end accordingly gave orders to one of Hie Agente that his advertisements meet be out Down one half. This was accordingly done. A few weeks leter the great showman Quot discovered that Hia daily receipts were growing Quot smeller by degrees and beautifully he doubled his attraction but Etili the receipt a were not increased. The matter Broeme serious and troubled or. Bernum so much that it disturbed his slumber. He gave orders to double the Eise of Hie Edver Tiee Mente. It waa done and the result As related by Barnum himself waa an increase of one Hundred and fifty Dollare per week in his receipt a the first week and $250 per week sub Quentlyn. Since then he has never attempted to economise by reducing the amount paid for Hie advertisement. Fatta swindle. The new York Herald Aeye Quot a new description of Peper currency has recently been introduced in thet City. It in in the shape of an Ordinary Bank Bill printed partly on the face in Green and wholly in thet color on the Beck. It Tomee from the St. Stephen e Bank in the province of new Brunswick and is in fact a draft on the Benk of new York in thie pity to Pey in current fund the amount indicated on Ite face. It evidently covers a swindle of some description and should be checked at Onoe. If the Benk of new Yorkie e party to such financial Dodge it will probably receive Quot More courses than coppers Quot from the Publio. We do not desire any further inflation of our paper currency and we think we Oan manage our financial affaire much More without than with the Aid of Bruah Tadly Joel. A lady who had a somewhat Batoha Nalian spouse resolved to frighten him into Temperance. She therefore engaged a wat Obman for a stipulated Reward to Harry Philander to the watch House while in a state of insensibility and to frighten him a Little when he recovered. In Oon sequence of this arrangement be woke up about eleven of look and found himself of his Elbow. He looked a round until Hie Eye rented on a Man sitting by a above and smoking a Cigar. Quot where am i asked Philander. Quot in a medical College Quot Reid the Cigar a a what a doing there Quot a going to be ont Quot qui up How come thet Quot Quot Why Yon died yesterday while drunk and we bought your heroes anyhow from your wife who had a right to sell it for it a All the Good Ehe would Ever make out of you. If you Are not dead it e no fault of the doctors end they la out you up dead or Quot you will Doit Ehi Quot asked the old Sot. Quot to be sure we will now immediately Quot was the Resolute answer. Quot Well look o Here Oan t you let us have something to Drinkle Freyou an exo Kange save the beet Way to Seiil a bankrupt is to Taille no Quot note of him float ski Butoft tic a Good word Faas soon said As a bid one. The Groat fail a fed that Shames it a a master. No one in a fool always every of Home time. Peace with heaven a the Best find Bip. The peace the confederates want of piece of the country. Never Emile at the Esperee of your or Gion or your Bible. Never abuse one who waa Onoe Yotter bosom Friend however bitter now. A Down East editor Eye that so defy in a Quality that highly iad Orao a woman but ruins a Mao. A writer on natural history gives to amp of li�vrn4mon of a ram Quot a ram a an animal Bokl Ball Faoa the wrong Tad of him \ v. A contemporary notto Fng it appoint meet of e poet meeter says Quot if he at tends to the mails is Well a then of he will make n very attentive end feb spam \ a a women need mors sleep than men ape Farmers less than those engaged in any other oco petion. Editor reporters printers Post office clerks Telegraph operators need not sleep at All. Lawyers Oao sleep is much a they Boose and keep oat of mischief. "5 it Reeme that a lawyer in something of. A me Ohanio he Oan file a Bill split a hair make an entry get up a care Frame a indictment i panel a jury put them in a Box Nail a witness Hammer a judge Bora court and do other like things. Bloodhounds were found in al Boet innumerable number along the rout of Sher Man s March through Georgia. A correspondent estimates that these Quot dogs. Of War Quot kept for the per pee of Hunting Down Union refugees and Eso sped prison Ere were slaughtered at the rate of five Hundred daily during the famous any one ought to be Able to eee Tbs Point of the following but if be can it and in anxious to do so let him enter a rebel prison two sooth miners were one of them waa very boastful and waa making considerable Parade of Hia Valorz Oue deeds. The other quietly listened until blaster had talked himself Down and then Seid Quot of Yee yer Brave Nee doubt take off yer shirt an Ehreke it and be can Eay be stood where thousands fell report Eye Boater waa annihilated. A Good servant girl want to a by sicken for advice for a the bowels. The doctor gave a oath Ertic and requested her to fall again in a few Daya which she did. He asked her if she had taken the Medicine to which she replied in the Effirm Etive. He then peeked her Quot did anything pass you after taking it of Quot yes sir Quot said she Quot a hone Aad a Wagon Aud a drove of the doctor Coll paed remarking Quot i think you must be better. Various Inata Noea have been cited to prove How Lesy a Man May be and live Bat it Ramaine for a Mich Gauder to Lap the Climax. One hot Day during the heated term of Leet Bummer one or. F., of Jeck Aon county waa observed to throw himself under the a Breeding branches of a Shade tree and to exclaim emphatically to himself Quot there breathe if you went to i Shan Mann is. Man Ware a Eav age the principle of valuing Only Anavit might be True but in civilised society. We All depend on each other and our happiness is very much owing to the Good opinion of Mankind. Now in civilised society external advantage makes be More respected. A men with a Good coat on Hia Bank meets with a better reception then he who Hes a bad one. You May Analyse this end Eay what is in it Bat that will Avail you nothing for it a per of a Ayatey. In civilised a Moiety we Are sorry to Aey personal Merit will not serve you to much As Money will. Rev. Or. A of 8t Paul Minnesota waa inimitable As a child a orator and waa never As we know of Diazo a carted in Addre Biog the Little folks but Onoe. He waa addressing soms unday Aoh ool scholars and was in his most popu far and effective Wey enforcing the deity of gratitude to god for Hie Quot what Quot said he Quot would you ser Tom if i were to give Reeoh of you a Fine new Eui of lot Bee Quot Quot from every part of the Youthful audience Bright eyes twinkled with Delight end a Ohore of Boyish Voilee answered Quot bully for you Quot a diminutive have often Heerd men attempt to do Oribe the Kettle Nese of some people e souls but we Biak the following which we take from a he congregationalist the Moet. Strikingly keen of anything in that line we Reno Lieut Ever to have been Quot Seid a crazy woman of a Pear Iowa and stingy Man fan officer in the Sharoh. We Rerat to say do you know that Man. You of stud. Blow hts soul through a humming by Quill into a Aoe Quito e Eye and a Quito would t win Klai she con al they won t have to open Van but a promote Little Erok to Niia i gases Quot

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