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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - January 5, 1865, Connersville, Indiana In Ltd till i a to Fri Conn i f and Union now and forever a no and i Aram Lej a webs eau vol. 15--n0. 11.c�nn�rs�ille, Indiana thursday january 5. 1865. The weekly times. Terms�?50 in Advance. Etui of Farr spirit. The new York citizens a paper that is devoted to the interest of the people and opposed to the scheming politicians who a tudy nothing but the Means of abstracting Money from the pockets of tax payers a in speaking of the recent political excitement attendant upon the contest says of the Many reflections suggested by our own experience we May filly speak of the importance of chastening the spirit of bitterness and fierceness which has characterized party politics in the past year. A truce to passion is now prevailing. Let us improve it by realizing the affecting protest of the great father of his country against the evil of an intense party spirit. He seems to have been inspired with a a Lear foresight of the mischief and debasing influence of this spirit when he penned his Farewell address and with an Earnest pleading tenderness Besought the nation to guard age inst it. Let us read this plea in the Light of the experience of later years and let every Lover of his country resolve to profit by the lesson. It May not be possible even were it desirable to avoid parties under free institutions. It is Well that we have Earnest and free discussion of great Prine plea and measures of government and that the reasons for and i inst be presented forcibly and without hindrance. It is Well that minorities and oppositions exist to watch and criticise and Check authority because the tendency of Power is to corruption. But there is a a ast difference Between Manly and temperate discussions and opposition and the malignant bitter spirit of party Zeal and party hate contending not for principle but for place and the spoils of Power. It is not possible for a great people to engage one part in hot and angry contest for place and self which the other part is hotly fighting to retain without a fearful <i6rruption of morals. We do not see How an individual can enter earnestly and thoroughly into conflicts and measures of heated party politics without losing More or less tia consciousness of purity the self respect and the straightforward honesty without which he is a rare sneak whether a Wear Broadcloth or a Blouse. How can a thorough partisan education and practice of fill to undermine All that is Sterling in a Man and instill qualities of the basest sort. Cuing him in due course of time Quot for treason stratagem and spoils Quot and for nothing else or better. We need oot argue the question since hundreds of illustrations in a political world compel convictions of its truth. Tic suddenness but with fresh and smiling countenance filing Down the Road beside Many thousand men whose lives were in his keeping. Pluck con Aen freon Disei. It is said that since the presidential election the tone of the official French press is decidedly More Friendly towards the United states and that the emperor has notified or. Slide that All Hopes of recognition must be abandoned. The London times expresses astonishment at the presidential bold March of general Sherman through Georgia and says that it will either make him a most famous general or ruin him and his army. The times and All Europe besides will discover after a while that we have several generals of the first order of ability. With the exceptions of Napoleon and Wellington Europe has not in the last one Hundred and fifty years produced such commanders As Grant Sherman Thomas and Sheridan. Confederate scrip is declining says our foreign news. What will become of the trash and its possessors when the news reaches England that Sherman made his Georgia March a splendid Success and that Hood s army has been Well nigh annihilated. Let the Quot three Hundred thousand More Quot be promptly Fiir Nisho a for the Spring Campaign and we shall not want for friends in Indianapolis journal. A pea Fie Tare of general Iierman. The following is a picture of Sherman As he appeared during one of the movements around Atlanta. It is Given by a correspondent while i was watching to Day the endless line of troops shifting by an officer with a modest escort Rode up to the Fence near which i was standing and dismounted. He was rather tall and slender and his Quick movements denoted Good muscle added to absolute leanness not thinness. His uniform was neither new nor old but bordering on a hazy mellowness of gloss while the Elbow and Knees were a Little accented from the continuous agitation of those Muscles. The face was one i should never rest a upon in a crowd simply because to my a Eye there was nothing remarkable in it a ave the nose which Organ fas High thin a and planted with a curve so vehement As the curl of a malay Cutlass. The face and neck were rough anti covered with Redis hair the Eye Light in color and animated but though restless and bounding like a Ball from one object to another neither Pierce a nor Briliant the Mouth Well closed but common the ears Large the ha>nd8 and feet Long and thin the gait a Little Iro lung but firm and Active. In dress a by manners there was not the slightest Trace of pretension he spoke rapidly and generally with an inquisitive smile. To this in Sentle i Trust add a hat that was the re verse of dignified or distinguished a a simple Felt affair with a round Crown and drooping brim and you have As fair a description of general Sherman s externals to i can give. Setting him Selton a stick of cordwood Bard by the Fennei he Drew a bit of pen a Virom his pocket and spreading a piece of note paper on Bis knee he wrote with Craft rapidity. Long columns of troops Udud the Road a few Yards in his front the paper but. The duty on printing paper was we suppose intended by those who Laid it to produce Revenue to the Treasury. Its Only effect however is to put Money into the pock it Retsof american manufacturers. The duty is Twenty per cent and Valorme this is payable in Gold and it has made importation impossible. It does this in the following Way the manufacturers of printing paper Here set their prices so As to leave no margin of certain profit to the importer who must pay a duty of Twenty per cent in Gold at the same time their profits enable them if necessary to undersell and drive out of the Market with loss any one who should attempt to import. Printing paper sold for from nine to ten cents per Pound before the War. It is sold for eight cents per Pound in Europe at this time. But in this country publishers Are forced to pay from Twenty four to thirty cents. Take off the duty and it can be imported for from seventeen to eighteen cents per Pound currency and at that Price american manufacturers can still make and sell at fair profit. A duty which yields Revenue is an Absurdity. The present Twenty per cent duty upon paper is prohibitory its Only use is to take Money out of the pockets of the Public and put it into the pockets of few already wealthy even the government pays tribute Linder present arrangements to these capitalists for the immense Quantity of paper it uses. The present Congress ought to Rennedy this wrong by repealing the duty on Lafayette courier. To Kra a the Sherman. Some people have a confused idea of the two Noble officers bearing the above name and to use a common saying do not know which Ife while. A. The general Sherman who has conducted the great expedition through Georgia and is now bet re Savannah is William Tecumseh Sherman a native of Ohio. He graduated Al West Point in 1840 class rank six a served in Florida in 1841, at fort Moultrie in 1842, in California in 1846, As commissary to subsistence in 1850, engaged in the banking business at san Francisco in 1853, and was president of the state military Academy of Louisiana in 1.840. After the a Quibrera a of the War be commanded in the fim Battle of Bull Kun. May 17th, i86i, he is appointed brigadier general of volunteers and ordered to the department of Kentucky. 1% 1862 he was the Chinn in Iliof the District of Cairo. Quot after the a ambulation of done son lie was assiign4 Iio Ivy i if i division army of the Tennessee general Grant commanding. He was made major general of volunteers May 1st, 1862.�? his operations at Memphis Vicksburg Holly Spring Sand Jackson Are Well known. July 4th, 1863, be was promoted to a big Adi &biietal8kip w the eeg Wiir Art nyl. From that time to this he has been successfully engaged in Tennessee a Anik and Georgia is latest feat was the grand March through Georgia without losing a Wagon and his marching right Over fort Mcallister. Quot port Royal Quot Sherman or More familiarly Quot Battery Quot Sherman is Thomas w. Herman who was Boru 4o Rhode Island a of beyond the Road massed in a series of in 1817, and graduated at West Point in a plea dog Reen Fields a whole division of 1��36. He was Breve Ted major for Gallant id amp Durf Ltd. Waiting to. Take up the Itne of by at Beuna Vista in 1847, served in the Marelle Bliia ranks Clear Cut against. Northwest in 1857, and was appointed the verdant Beck ground. Those who brigadier of volunteers May 17, 1861. War cur their general looked at him Cut he commanded a division in the first Battler nobly for in so vast an army the Soldier of Bull run a of was 8ttbmc�i�1y a it edit Daem. Iii commander in chief but Seldon. To command the land forces in the port Papaia Furmage was filled by the general s Gimli Immi Eil and dispatched. I a a half hour i watched him. And Ului it looked for and expected to Bitin Iio symptoms could i detect that the bind of the a Lueader was it taxed by the Iai Aita Carea of a twribly is Tadrous in Octiva service in th�fial4i� a a a r Rusty coup de main. it i Liot a a of his Midi a weight of a no Man can do anything against his armed la he torn of a will Quot said a metaphysician. Quot Faith Quot of the Gove Nob Fob eleven fax meets of y0luntesb8. Lab department of Indiana ant gone bal s office Indiana us. December 24ih, 1864 Kiwi orders. For addle a site. Volunteers. In pursuance of to Call of the president of the United state8,%nder Date of 20th instant for 300,000 Olu steers eleven 11 regiments of from each congressional District wiil be raised in Indiana to serve one year. Recruiting officers. A chief recruiting officer for each congressional District will be designated by the governor. This officer will have the general management of recruiting in his District. He will be expected to canvass the several counties within his jurisdiction assist in raising the companies and Render such services As May be necessary for the speedy organization of the regiment. Recruiting officers with authority to recruit in designated districts will be appointed upon satisfactory recommendation showing the following facts 1. That the applicant intends in Good Faith to go into the service and As an evidence of such intention he will be required to sign a regular enlistment Roll and Deposit the same in the adjutant general s office. 2. That he is physically qualified for Active duty in the 6eld. 3. That he is a Man of fair standing and Good moral character. 4. That he is in no Way connected of interested with Bounty or substitute agents or employed for pay to fill quotas of counties or sub districts. Persons who have heretofore been in the service must show that they have been honorable discharged. Resigned officers cannot be recommissioned until the disability occasioned by resigning is removed by the War department. Recruiting commissions will authorize officers to enlist recruits and hold them until regularly mustered in and to do such other necessary and proper acts As May be required to raise the troops called officers will to confined in recruiting to the districts for which they Are commissioned and will Only be entitled to be paid on the Muster and pay Rolls of their respective companies a Hen raised. Bounties and credits. The government Bounty provided by Law under this Call is one Hundred dollars one third of which will be paid by the mustering and disbursing officer when the company is completed. Ench enlisted Man will also be entitled to such county end township Bounty As May be offered by the county or sub District to which he is credited on the Muster in Rolls and the residence of the enlisted Man As shown by the enlistment Roll will fix the place of his credit on any future draft that May be made. Rendezvous. The general rendezvous for All the troops raised under these orders will be at Camp Carrington Indianapolis. No District Camps will be established but the place where the District Provost marshal s office is located will be considered recruiting Headquarters for the District. The regiments to be raised will be designated As follows Jumber. Recruiting Headquarters. District. 143d jiegrinent.,.evansviue.first. I44th . 145th . 146th . 147th . A 148th . 149th . 150th . Islet . 152d . 153d . Recruiting and musters. Water a Pon father. A mail Iba papers and Glt a ced at Tea i batted wit6 some re in then Rode off Royal Al Iai Boh. A by general Hunter in March 1862. He 4id most Gallant Servidio Alouisia ii i lost a leg to port Hudson while leading an which thine this health Lias not permitted every precaution must be used to prevent the enlistment of persons unfit for the service from physical disability or of minors under eighteen age and any recruiting officer who Shil recruit boys under eighteen years of age will be charged with their transportation and subsistence. Deserters from the rebel army Bounty jumpers and professional thieves and swindlers Are not proper persons to be enrolled in the army and under no Circum stances will they be allowed to enlist if their character be known. As fast As recruits Are obtained they Wilt be sent to the District Provost Mark Shal s office where they virile be examined by the examining surgeon of the Board of enrolment and if passed at once mustered in the military service of the United states for one year by the District Provost marshal either singly or in squads. A recruits will be forwarded to Indiana i Polis As often As once a week in squad iii Cage of a recruiting Effii Oery or other re-li��z>1� son who will report them promptly to the commanding officer at Camp harringtion. A list of their names., the residences and it planet of enlistment should i sent with each squad for the use of the oils goers of the Camp of rendezvous. commissions companies a May be Urga oiled with eighty three men iii 101. Men officer or in commit 8sioned of Teera and privates constitute a poll or maximum . Al Issue drier set Iotia company officers cannot be mustered in until their companies Are organized. Where a number of recruiting officers Combine and raise a company or fan amp a incomplete companies Are thrown together an equitable disposition of the offices will be made having due regard to the claims of those who have recruited the men. Companies Fomie without the Aid of recruiting officers May select their own officers subject to the approval of the governor and thus selected will be commissioned unless Good reasons exist for refusing. Elections will Only be ordered in cases of this kind. A he non commissioned officers until the compit Toji Allibe embodied in a regiment will be appoinled>4th/aptain. In the regimental of i a ligation the company will be lettered and ranked in the order in which they were raised Taxa holds by the filing of Correct completed re a its in the adjutant general s office. An adjutant and quartermaster will be commissioned fit reach Regii ent immediately and mustered in Quot Loaid in recruiting the same and for the prompt transaction of All other Public the Field officers of the regiment will be commissioned when the companies Are raised and the regimental organization completed. The non commissioned staff will be selected by the colonel from the non commissioned officers and privates of the regiment. Transportation. The chief recruiting officer of each District will be supplied with transportation passes for recruiting officers and recruits. The passes show on their face the purposes for which they Are to be used. Every person will be held accountable for their proper use and any person improperly using them will be severely dealt with. Subsistence. Recruiting officers authorized to raise companies May contract for the subsistence and lodging of recruits after enlistment and until they Are mustered in and sent to the general rendezvous at Indianapolis for a period not exceeding seven Days at a Price not exceeding forty cents per Day for each and the accounts therefor properly verified by the recruiting officer and approved by the chief recruiting officer and the governor will be paid by the United Stales disbursing officer provided the recruits so so basis red Are received into the United states service. Recruiting officers actually mustered into the service will be allowed at the same rate for their own subsistence while on actual recruiting duty upon similar vouchers. Recruits for old regiments. Recruits for old regiments and batteries my be raised mustered and sent to the general rendezvous in the same manner As herein directed for new organizations and commissions will a Given for recruits raised upon the Prii icicle Hereinbefore stated provided vacancies exist in the companies for which the recruits Are enlisted. Provost marshals duties returns Etc District Provost marshals will receive instructions in detail As to musters Rolls , <&c., &c., from brigadier general Pitcher a. A. P. M. General and superintendent of Volunteer recruiting for the state. To prevent frauds As Well upon soldiers enlisted As upon the people of the counties who furnish Money for payment of local bounties. District Provost marshals Are especially enjoined to satisfy themselves beyond All doubt that each enlisted Man mustered in Personey receives the entire amount of local Bounty to which he is entitled. Blanks. Blank forms for the enlistment of recruits for making subsistence accounts &c., will be furnished on application to the adjutant of the regiments. Blank. Muster in and descriptive Rolls will be obtained of Provost Mars gals. By order of governor Morton. W. H. H. Terrill adjutant go no ral Indiana. Ular Are their Walls. Some of them Are formed suddenly during or after heavy Rains and Are the result of one they Are sunk perhaps in one hour in a night without sign or warning in the Middle of the Road or it May be a cattle pen. On one Plantation i know of several such sinks. One is about thirty feet deep and eight or nine across another is Twenty feet deep and about four across the Mouth. Sometimes it is impossible to distinguish the real Bottom of the sink for after the soil has been washed Down to a certain Dis Aiice. Leaving a smooth regular Hole jagged rocks Are Laid hire and the opening to a subterranean passage it May be of vast length and depth is exposed. Many accidents As will be imagined have occurred from the opening of these sudden cavities Wrhen persons have been travelling on dark in its and passing As they suppose Over an even Ai Well known path. Generally however a lignin Fichani crack a trs is an a monitory warning att Dytis dorun1s4iul to hear a person say in pointing to to certain spot Quot there will be a sink there wonderful caves Are by these Means being frequently discovered and they abound mostly in Western All the year round. The Edge Ian rebels too Sharp for Taake i. A foreign correspondent writes to an Eastern Piper your nautical men seem to be continually committing most egregious blunders. While the rebels treat All prisoners and unfortunate individuals who fall into their hands with the most unrelenting cruelty the unionists particularly on the sea Blunder in the opposite direction. Their important prisoners Are allowed to escape and they very often carry off with them the very property that is the prize of War. You have seen an account no doubt in the English papers of the Good Fortune and rays tearing galore of the Crew of the lady Stirling blockade runner that was caught off Wilmington lately. There was forty thousand dollars in Gold on Board and As she had to surrender the Crew pocketed and sewed up in their clothes from one to five thousand dollars apiece and it was agreed that they should claim this As their private property. All this was done and your Captain was so Green As to let them Quot off saying it was according to orders from Washington. Now a hat Are blockade runners but smugglers and what Are smugglers but criminals and Fellows they defraud a country and its Revenue by taking goods into its port clandestinely without paying duty and in Des Ince of Laws and regulations. Your blockaded ports Are not like those of a foreign country blockaded by foreign ships they Are your own Domestic ports Suh oct to your own Domestic Laws and regulations. Were you to pass a stringent Law for the punishment of All smugglers with from two to ten years imprisonment and without the option of paying a Fine you would put a Stop to blockade running in less than three months. It really seems As if the sins of omission Aud commission your people commit fed the enemies of your country to repletion. These men from the lady Stirling have come Home with their pockets full of rocks and Are boast iii and chuckling about Bamboo Ling the Yankees. And you Well deserve the laugh against you. So the old Man of the sea gives another stroke to his Long Beard and goes off into a doze whole no. 739w a singular Hli tory. In the year 1836 the City of Buffalo. New York contained among its population a citizen of indefatigable Industry and Enterprise. Whole blocks of capacious Ware Bouses were erected by him new streets were Laid out graded paved and lighted a. Upon his recommendation and with his assistance and no Public undertaking was considered sure of Success without his Sanction of this Public spirited citizen the crash of 1837 came and it caused him to totter. To sustain his credit for a few Days in an evil hour he committed a. Deed which consigned him to the state prison. Pardoned out and no Ine Radical stigma save that inseparable misfortune attached of Hia name he came to new York City Anco a started the hotel business at the Corner of Broadway and Courtland streets. Failing in this he went to Long Island s sea Girt Shore and took the Bath House for a summer establishment. Soon disgusted with a a Ismur l�akse4lre, he left this Region of civilization Altos the and sought the Solitude of Vest Virgini Juja place of quiet and rest for the remain two Oti Liia he settled what proved to be thellie Art of the West Virginia Oil Region Al i Ilow this unfortunate yet Lucky this a timing and irrepressible Man concluded his strange eventful history by leaving to Liia heirs a Fortune valued at three millions of dollars. He bore the Well known name of Rathburn. Hast by. Said Pat Quot i had a brother who went to officers the. State prison against his a fill Faith and Rii a did it Quot a a a a if Ai thei tic ated comp a Jjo los men re a ref re Sevorid Lieuten Ancy and proportion icely Gre a Ter numbers for a first lieat6d�o�ib r a of a is Tain Oyne sinks a Florida. There Are agencies working gradually but substantially to undermine the Constitution of Florida the Rich southernmost Peninsula of the confederacy Inore effectually than alarmists might even hold that if the civil War should last Many years longer the ultimate Fate of the devoted state might cease to a a political question. The most dangerous enemy of the soil of Florida Are what its inhabitants Call Quot sinks. These Absorptions of the Earth though on a Small scale Are in fact so Numo Roua that on a May almost ask is Florida slipping Between the fingers a both federals and confederates an will she ultimately like those High mountains of the Andes during the Esau quake of Chili in 1646-vanish entirely from the surface of it the Earth All Over the coun tiry i found when in that sinking state inks of All sizes forms and Ages. Some Are so igbo Jancer like depressions others still deeper like basins of from Twenty to eighty Yards or Only uneven slopes and. Of lows which we old pass Unnic Troj wer on it a org land Juisti thereto bad been sinking Minoa Sach a time ________________________de4d a Izyel where owl re Jere various a Nde yed.5 in shown by tar Dellairo red Irith vegetation. two a some ten pcs Are the most re round and eve a a like was Lse win a ice indeed ois met sup pose them to tsp re Gulai Quot United states Conings. Consuls Are commercial agents appointed to reside in the sea ports of foreign countries with a commission to watch Over the commercial rights Aud privileges of the nation disputing them. By the Laws of the United states consuls Are specially authorized to receive the protest of ship masters and others relating to Commerce. It is likewise made their duty where the Laws of the country permit to administer on the personal estate of american citizens dying. Within their consulates and leaving no Legal representative and to take charge and Quot secure the effects of stranded american vessels in the absence of the master owner or consignee and they Are bound to provide for destitute seamen within their consulates and to Send them at the Public expense to the United states. It is also made their duty to reclaim deserters to discount Nance insubordination to lend their Aid to the local authorities for that purpose and to discharge seamen cruelly treated. Besides these there Are other duties imposed on them not Only by statute. But by common usage and the Law of nation. Ministers represent the Power sending them and act under confidential instructions. Their duties Are of a higher Grade than those per opined by consuls. The latter attends to the details of com my rce the rights of individuals Etc. While the former take charge of the general Fer ests of the nation which they a resident minister by. Virtue of his extra or Dibar a Powersjr igbo lawfully exercise aug Boru Over a Consul residing to the same of entry. \ , is rarely done Exempla in cases of flagrant error incapacity or iju Glen to on the part of a Consul. A Rich Joks in Genera a Batler is current in circles. It seems that the i Gaia off Ion have Lille Faith in the dutch Gap canal an vat a recent ourt martial in. The army of thai Smera Soldier was sen traded to4wo is / hard 4a1>ot of it. Saidi .cttiiil.<. Butler was court immediately upon hearing of ibis finding and sent Enos. Family courtesies. In the of family the Law of pleasing ought to extend from the highest to the lowest. You Are bound to please your children and your children Are bound to please each other and you Are bound to please your servants if you expect them to please you. Some men Are pleasant in their household and nowhere else. I have known such men. They were Good fathers and kind husbands. If you h and seen them in their own House you would have thought that they were Angels almost but if you had seen them in the Street or in the store or anywhere else outside of the House Doit would have thought them almost Demoniac. But the opposite is Apt to be the Case. When we Are among our neighbors or among strangers we hold ourselves with self respect and Endeavor to act with propriety but when we get Home we say to ourselves Quot i have played a part Long enough and i am now going to be so we sit Down and Are ugly and snappish and Blunt and we Lay aside those thousand Little courtesies that make the roughest floor smooth that make the hardest things like velvet and that make Lii e pleasant. We expend All our politeness in Lucas where it will be profitable where it will bring Silver and Gold. Ina pass it yes pass it along whether you believe it or not that one sided whisper against the character of a virtuous female. You say you do not believe it but you will sufi your influence to Bear up a false report and pass it current. A strange creatures Are Mankind How Many reputations have been lost by a surmise How Many hearts have been bled by a whisper How Many benevolent deeds have been chilled by a shrug of the shoulders How Many individuals have been shunned by a gentle mysterious hint How Many Graves have been dug by a false report yet you will pass the slander along you will pass it above the Waters by a wag of the Tongue when you might sink it forever. Destroy the passion for telling a tale we Pray you Lisp not a word that May destroy the character of another and As far As you Are concerned the slander will Quot trades Assembly Quot of Albany n. Y., have adopted a Resolution that the Price of butter Hiiop been advanced beyond the Cost of production in proportion to other articles of food and they 6ave resolved to a Stiltn from the use of butter in any Way whatever. The people of Philadelphia have collected $30,000, with which they propose to Purchase a residence for general Grant. Including this the presents this favorite has received during War have coat not 1 less than $60,000, which fact perhaps As Well As any other the estimation in which he is held by the american people. Little Nannie is a close student of the Bible but not very Clear As to some Points. Quot met Quot said she one sunday evening after having sat a Good girl All Day in the House Quot have i honoured you to Day Quot a Quot i do not a now Nannie Why do you ask Quot said her Mother. Quot because Quot said Littler Nan. Shaking her curls sadly Quot the Bible says Honor thy father and thy Mother that thy Days May be Long and fals has been of. The longest Day i Quot naturalists have remarked that the Squirrel is continually chatting to Bis isl Low squirrels in the Woods. This a has a every reason to suppose arises from that a animal s love of gossip As he u piously one of the greatest Quot tale bearers Quot. Among his Tribit. 1 ago up Dob mad just dead it Don had his life insured for half a Mil 1 lion of dollars. To by new ten cent postal Curry any note printed 00. Pm Penos Mads of. Com a want for re of Aomie of a self a Quot Nia land was lately issued to can. He Hook and of hrs

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