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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - January 12, 1865, Connersville, Indiana A. A a i erty and Union now and forever one and inc Waraft a Webste ii. Are a a vol. 15�?no. 12. Conner lle Indiana. Thursday january 12. 1865. While no. 740. The weekly in Advance. The whole from lob. The a Ino unt of Tampa Ignio Dona in the Winter Monthe by oar armies. East and weat Maya the Lodi Anapolis journal varies greatly. Under general Mcglellan the army of the Potomac went into Winter Quarter a in july 1861, and remained there until the Middle of March 1882.�? in the Winter of 1862-3 that army fought the Battle of Fredericksburg Bat thereafter remained stationary Antil May. Last win it Ter with the exception of the mine ran a a a edition no More was Atlene pad by the Jermy of the Potomac. This Winter it and the res Are amazing them ewes by a firing at each other from their respective a entrenchments along the James and a pro Matox Rivers and occasionally by outside a a editions. The armies West have not seen As easy Winter service. In the Winter of 1861-2 was commenced the Campaign that gave us forts Henry Donelson and the whole state of Tennessee West of the Cumberland mountains. Gurtis s army in this a Ouri commenced its southward March through Snow and ice in february and in March 6th and 7th fought the decisive Battle of pea Ridge. The army of the Cumberland marched oat of Nashville late in december 1862, and on the last Day of the year fought the desperate but glorious Battle of Stone River. The army of the Tennessee under the immediate command of general Grant was actively engaged during that Winter in the enterprises which finally led to the capture of Vicksburg. During the Winter of 1863-4, the armies of the West were generally quiet after the Victory of Mission re and the expulsion of Longstreet from East Tennessee but with the exception of the few troops in Arkansas they have seen no rest this Winter. Lierman s portion of the army has planted itself on the Atlantic coast after a March As daring As it has been productive of great results while that part under Thomas Are now engaged in finishing a Campaign glorious to our arms but the most trying and exhaustive of any that has been made during the War. We have no criticism to make on the army of the Potomac. It has fought with great bravery and Pertinacity but for hard and continuous service our Western armies Are entitled to pre Eminence. By Kora men Ara needed. The new York Post says the question at Issue now is nothing less than this shall the War be closed in another Campaign or shall we permit it. To drag on for another year or perhaps two or three years if the country comes to the help of the armies in the Field Lee a army can be destroyed within sixty Days and in Itiat Case the rebels will not have a single formidable army East of the Mississippi. Bat if Lee can maintain himself for six months longer another army can be raised by the rebels in the South to give us trouble and to face us even if Lee were destroyed. It is of the most vital import enee therefore that our armies shall be so strengthened at once As to gain this required Success Over Lee before any other feb i Force can be organized and put into the Field. A Inasa of the bar. Cot the. Following oat and plate it in Jon scrap Book. It a Worth a year a a ascription to any Reader of this paper the leaves of the Eider if strewed a Mong Corn or other Grain when it a put into the bin will effectually preserve it from the ravages of the Weevil. The Jaice Grill also kill bedbugs and Maggot. Quot insects never touch elder Bushes. The leaves of elders when scattered Over cabbages cucumbers sous sees and other Pianta subject to the ravaged of insects effectually shield them. The plam and other Fruita May be saved by placing on the branches and among them Bances of the leaves. Is bal losses. From the 9th of october to the 17th of december the rebels have lostv204 pieces a a a of artillery 28,800 prisoners 26 generals placed Aorl do combat 285 a Les of rail Road destroyed and yet we Are told that a mba folks believe the rebels Are a Are to Oonner. What a Biot Coats. Of cording to a report of the comp Rol Lek ref inst York City there has already by Dot pail 0nd090ant of the draft riot to Jal 1868, jj4,728,22, of which s for losses �idi9380,678,63 for la Peot , a a Lyl Polie Emeve a Fly he a a for militia i mls Rar Tising Etc. Claim Ruil a in it prob a boat to >40�00�il�omb8llnniil ado meats Abr Toloa tearing. Never before daring the War have the aame or so great inducements existed for enlistments into the miliary service of the United states. At the outset of the War our officers were inexperienced in every department and consequently our soldiers were sacrificed by thousands on the Battlefield for want of generalship for want of surgery and for want of Good food and clothing. Now we have the Ablest generals living brigadier who have captured More prisoners than Cromwell or Washington Ever led into Battle major generals Esch of whose strategic operations will compare favourably with those of any military commander of ancient or modern times. Our surgical and sanitary systems Are Complete and perfect. And the Quarter master and commissary departments of our armies have always been a Miracle of Success unrivalled in the completeness with which they provide for the wan to of a Soldier by those of any armies that Ever existed. Instead of the comparative sacrifice of men which seemed inevitable in the first two years of the War the later and More skillful operations of the War have been marked by a brilliancy and decisiveness of results with comparatively Small loss of life. Such Are the operations of Farragut at Mobile of Sherman at Atlanta and thence to and including Savannah and of Sheridan in the Shenandoah. It will yet be seen that those of Grant now going on before Richmond Are As important in the grand plan As the others though even More bloodless. Since Sherman left Atlanta we have captured thirty thousand rebels with a loss not exceeding four Hundred killed. These results Are owing not Only to the fact that we have gained to vastly in skill and in All the resources and Means of War but to the fact that while we have been thus advancing the rebels have declined in equal degree. Defeat has taken the reputation out of their Best generals leaving Only r. A. Lee who never won a Battle except when Stonewall Jackson fought for him and who has nursed his reputation to the Best advantage by fighting in Virginia instead of the Southwest. At the beginning of the War operating on Interior lines and with unimpaired communications the rebels were Able to concentrate several armies against one. Now they Caa barely sustain one army in Richmond and with Hood and Hardee running for their lives we Are left with two movable columns of about fifty thousand a Ach to which the rebels can oppose Little or no opposition. Of what these two armies can do when thus practically unopposed Sherman has Given an Earnest in the capture of Savannah. Through the Severance of their communications their armies Are at our mercy. The Soldier who enlists now therefore Baa the certainty that Hia life will not be needlessly sacrificed that be will be Well clothed warmed fed and will receive Good medical Aid if sick or wounded that the necessity of fighting such bloody doubtful and often disastrous Battles As attended the first years of the War is Over provided our armies Are kept up to their present Standard of Force which they certainly will be and above All that the military game is now under Providence so completely in our own hands that the remaining moves of the chess Board can Only result in our favor and in All probability the rebels themselves will soon throw up the game. Copperhead will attempt to compare these views with the sixty Day prophecies attributed to or. Seward at the commencement of the War but there Are two reasons Why the comparison Doe a not apply. First those expectations were based on the supposition that the rebels would come Bock armies being annihilated. Our calculation Are based on the act that their armies Are already so nearly annihilated that of the remainder if they fight to the last Man is a mathematical certainty secondly or. Seward had not the capacity Quot to see that Copperhead generals would de feat our armies in their first Battles. But Copperhead generals can no longer defeat them unless at the head of rebel columns. In Short the Soldier who enlists to Day has a ten fold Chance of safety As against the enemy As against disease and As a inst exposure while he Baa the immediate Prospect before him of taking part in those last great combined movements which Are to finish of this War with glory to the Flag bringing redemption nationality and Freedom to the country shame and defeat to Ita enemies at Home and abroad and Honor life and Long Fame to himself. He will be Quot in at the death Quot and will form one of Host the gleam of whose returning bayonets As they take up their northward and Home a sri March will bring Leara of patriotic gratitude and of Christian Joy to every Eye for it will announce the Rescue of the nation the redemption of its people and the return of far More than its former Prosperity and Chicago Tribune. Sen. Sherai Aii b Marci. Ing to an account of Gen. Sherman s Tali Mph ant March through Georgia As Public said in the new York Herald he captured prisoners 10000 negroes 15,000 cattle he wanted and 30 pieces of Almery without himself losing a gun. His tire casualties were Only about 500 lost a prisoners and stragglers and 300 to 400 of Fth and wounded including the loss at fort a i ister. All his encounters with the rebels skirmishes and he was nowhere Day by the operations of the enemy cavalry was never once repulsed by whee or or any one else notwithstanding the rebel stories to that effect. What has taken lace since Gen. Sherman reached the Vicinity of Savannah is already known to the country. He took the oily with its 20,000 inhabitants and its immense amount of Cotton and military stores engines cars and guns without the loss of a Man i Lutawa Lei taunts with the following Indiana regiments Are with general Sherman s Arjo Oyt a of it is fair to presume Are acquainted with the Quality and flavor of Georgia turkeys and Sweet potatoes. Letters to members of these regiments Shosid be addressed to Ossa Baw sound vial new York Isth 23d, 25th, s7th and 70th consolidate do 33d, 38th. 42d. 48th, 53d, 68tb, 69tb, 66t1i, 68tb. 7sd, 74th. 75tb. 82d. 83d. Kec Lellan to go the a rope. Gen. Mcclellan it is reported will sail for Europe in february his wife and child ill accompany him. Quot Burleigh Quot the Boston journal s correspondent in this City makes the following statement in reference to the general s movements a company of gentlemen in this City have fitted up a fast sailing Clipper ship in elegant style placed on Board every conceivable luxury manned her Complete with a Fine Crew put her in charge of one of our Ablest captains and tendered her to general George b. Mcclellan to sail where he will with his family and Friend so the entire expense to be borne by the gentlemen. This is the new York style of doing Good Bye George if any one asks on the other Side whether you Ever ran for president Tell him Quot i dont t living for. When from my room i Chance to stray to spend an Hiir at the close of Day i Ever find the place most dear where some Friend treats to lager Sacramento age. A yes my Friend of City life sure such a treat cures such a strife but better than such dose by far Are pleasures of a Fine Placer Herald. Suttib pleasures May suit baser minds but with the Good no favor finds we think the purest Joy of life is Moking love to one s own Volcano Ledger. Most Wise your Choice my worthy Friend in Hymen s Joys your cares to end but we though tired of single life can t boast of having our own wife and so when Neath our cares we faint we Fly to kiss some Gal that Napa reporter. That Quot lager Beer Quot will bile Provo a while Quot Fine havanas Quot end in smoke. To court one s wife is better far than lager Beer or vile Cigar. Kisses the Dew of love s Young morn break on the lips As soon As born. These All Are nought to that great Joy the first glance at your first born boy a evening Ledger. Tis True a boy s a wished for Blessing but then suppose the first a girl a dear Sweet child with ways caressing with pouting lips and Flaxen curl with dimple Cheeks and laughing Eye to come and bid Quot papa Quot Good Bye so whether boy whether t other embrace the Habb and Hen the san Francisco Globe. Conan dims. Why is the Devil like a gentleman a because the Imp of darkness could not be Imp of Lite. Why is a four quart measure like a Side Saddle because it holds a Gall on. What is the Sun by Trade a Tanner. Why is the first Chute Ken like a foremast because it is before the main Hatch. Why is a Washerwoman like grief because she wrings men s bosoms. What is the difference Between a town and its people it is Laid out at a beginning of it s existence and they at the end of theirs. What was pharaoh s objection to Moses he was More plague than Prophet. When did profanity begin when the first pair was cursed by the first Apple. What did Adam Plant first his foot. A what is worse than raining pitchforks hailing omnibuses. Why is a dog s Tail like an express Man because it keeps a wagging. By is an owl like the american people because it keeps a Blinkin. Giorgia has suffered much at the hand of Sherman but her worst foes seem to be those of her own household. Governor Brown has issued a proclamation denouncing the outrages committed by bands of rebel deserters who he asserts Are wandering Over the state impressing horses mules and provisions without authority and for their private use. The governor authorises everybody who can to shoot these marauders who number As he says a Large part of the rebel cavalry Force and Are scattered Ove Early half the territory of the state. Thi Newburyport Herald is responsible for the statement that two cases of spontaneous combustion have occurred in the same town in that Vicinity within thirty years both of them women Given o constant indulgence in liquor. One of. Them was found alive enveloped in flames which proceeded from her Moath and nostrils and the other was Barned to no ass of Gre ask. Ashes while the Walls of the re Obi and the Farni Tare were covered wit i it a thick coat of the whole Hove being my Christmas 85tli. 87th. 88tb. 97tl. 99tb, loot. 101st< mrva ded with a a to a Oli that Wpm into lira a Emty Rufio itt Tilto. I m a physician and my name Jarvis. Most of the Fellows at the club Call me or. Bobs probably because my hair is always Short bobbed off you know. I have a wife and four innocent children. Doctors always have children they Are not so much of a luxury to them As to some other people. I Call my children innocents and so they Are though now and then they do play the very Duce with my medicines but then that shows a commendable spirit of research and inquiry. Mrs. Saya it is mischief. When Young Bob ii last gave the Ca a Blue Pill she went so far Astl i in Yaj Jet it was a. Piece of downright cruelty Bihl cured her that it was Only an Experiment illustrating his inclination toward his fathers Petofi Sioni and that for my part i did t car if he physic ked All the cats in town if thereby he qualified himself for usefulness in the walks of Medicine which his father so adorned i have noticed since then that we have no cats in our House either my logic or Bob s Experiment was successful. There Are some people in my line who never take time to enjoy a Holiday. I m not one of that sort. I believe Christmas for instance was meant for me As much As for other men and i try always to enjoy it in a rational Way. And that brings me to my Story. One year ago i had a memorable Christmas experience. Rather. I had a memorable Christmas eve. Sitting in my cosy parlor with my wife at my Elbo we chatting with her of the Morrow there came a sudden ring of the door Bell Sharp Quick decisive. Who was sick now ? Biddy thrust in her head at the door Quot mrs. Jones Little boy sir says his sister s very sick and you re wanted to come right Over who was mrs. Jones ? i had a toll Era Bly Large Circle of acquaintance. I knew any Quantity o Smiths a Host of Browns but not a single Jones. And what if i did ? was i bound to leave my comfortable nest on Christmas eve to serve a family i had never heard of to administer rhubarb and ipecac to some youngster needing More than any thing else perhaps to be let alone there right before me hanging in a Row were four stockings representing four pairs of Little feet now snugly ensconced under Coverlet and blankets stockings which wife and i bad promised ourselves All sorts of amusement and satisfaction in filling in the name of Santa Claus. Must i abandon that pleasure and plunge out into the driving Snow maybe on a fools Errend could t i have one night to myself ? Quot pleas sir. The lad says his sister s very sick and won t you come right away Quot it was Biddy s voice and it roused me to the actual perhaps my Little girls would have a merrier Christmas i thought to myself if i answer this Call of the Little stranger. I went. It was a cold dismal Barren place to which the thinly Clad shivering boy led me. An old rambling House with broken windows creaking doors and want everywhere. Nor was that the worst. In one main Root into which the whole family appeared crowded a Drunken ragged wretch Lay in a heavy sleep upon the floor while Over the Little bed a Pale wan faced woman leaned with despair in her eyes three half clothed children with hunger in their faces clutching her skirts clamouring for bread. And on the Little bed moaning and gasping Lay a child with As Sweet a face As Ever Angel wore a child whose Little life seemed nearly ended. It was a pronounced Case of Scarlet fever the Scourge of childhood. The disease seemed to be running is course rapidly a few Houra must decide the Fate of the sufferer. I was not slow in meeting the emergency employing All my skill feeling the time to be Short. Meanwhile the Mother cried and prayed by turns the children crouching around her. Quot god be merciful Quot she said again and again sometimes adding Quot save her doctor. Save her i Quot then after a while winning her gradually from herself she told me her Story How. Once a Happy household intemperance in the husband and father had brought them to want and misery How already one child had gone to Potter s Field because of hunger unsatisfied How Tom the oldest boy was at sea but was expected Home every Day. Quot he wrote that he d be Here on Christmas sir and that he d bring his pockets full of presents for the Chi form. They Veall been Dreat Ning about it Ever Eio it to and Mary that s the name of the sick one sir and she s his favorite Tolks about him in Quot Why Don t he come a it was a week voice that spoke the sufferer was delirious again. Quot he promised me a doll end i m tired of waiting. Wont you Ell him to hurry ? then a moment after Quot did you hear the Angel Mother ? it was a Bright Angel and Aang so very sweetly Cohoe with be come with me. Mary i x want to go Mother. Bat what will Tom say ? hell want to kiss me and who la take Oare of the doll Quot for a moment All was still. Then we heard Quot now i Lay me Down to sleep i Pray the Lordwin soul to i m an old doctor and i m used to strange Senesk Bat Aai was too much for me. As for the Mother she fell right Down Ija a paroxysm of Griefs and All the shivering Little ones Brira As if their hearts would Bri air i Only this Duranl in brute in throb Era moved vol i toil re Only at last the Mother moaned Quot maybe he could do something for her Quot Quot Only god can help her now Quot i answered. What would the Fellows at the club have thought if they had heard me say that ? i the hard hell. Impervious or. Bob presently i added Quot she has suffered for want of nourishment. Mrs. Jones but that May prove a Blessing in the end. It will leave the fever less to prey upon. But she is very sick mrs. just then a Strong step was heard in the passage. Quot it s Tom its Tom Quot it this Tom a Strong Noble Brown faced boy still on the sunny Side of Twenty with a Frank open look that won you in a moment. Quot Mother Quot Quot Tom Quot find they were folded embrace. Tinati looting around resting his glance for a 8econi�kjonlyj>nr4the.sjejg seemed to com Rehe Dlf Nealt the misery of the hour and the place. At the sight of Little Mary s face lying on the Runi pled Pillow i saw him Start while the Shadow of a great fear seemed to Settle upon him. Quot have i come Home to find death Here before me Quot he turned to me imploringly. Quot death is every where Quot answered Quot but while there is life there is Quot and i had my trunk full of gifts for the Darling Quot Quot has Tom come Why Don t you hurry Home Tom it s getting dark and i want to gifts you before i go to sleep Quot poor Tom there was no Welcome in the voice he lot ged to heart no recognition a Only weary complaint. Would she indeed go away into the dark leaving no Good by behind for the brother come Home from the seas ? the hours slipped on. Crouching Down in a Corner the children fell asleep. The Mother a worn and exhausted Laid her head on Tom s Broad shoulder and wept herself into unconsciousness. So sitting silently he and i watched beside the bed. At intervals the sick one murdered his name in delirium and i could hear him whisper to himself Quot spare spare her. Lord 1&Quot so the night passed on. Just As the Dawn touched the roofs standing Over the Little sufferer i saw her eyes open with a Calm natural look and presently heard the word Quot Mother Quot thank god she was Safe. The crisis had passed. She would live. Quot Tom is Here Quot i said bending my lips close to hers. Of the glad look that came into her eyes As obedient to my Call he bowed his head Over her Pillow from the very Borders of the River of death she had come Back to Greet the wanderer sighing and praying for her return. At the breakfast Tahle on Christmas morning i told the Story of the night to my Happy household. I think Young Bob was astonished at seeing Teras in my eyes but i could t recite my narrative without feeling More tenderly than was my wont. Mrs. Or. Bob cried like a Booby and for that matter so did All the rest. But very Roon it was Clear sky again in Pur then i made a suggestion. Not Long after that suggestion being concurred in by the family conference a procession filed out from the Kitchen of or. Robert Jervis no 2019 grand Street and marched courageously towards 69 dark Lane. At the head of said procession marched or. Bob himself bearing a huge Basket of provisions behind him came mrs. Or. Bob. With another Basket heaped with clean Linen and dainties adapted to the palate of an invalid while still behind marched All the Little Jervies each loaded with a Basket pail or package Biddy bringing up the rear with a Turkey Quot browned to a Down grand Street up dark Lane straight to the Jones a the procession marched through the door it pressed unfaltering by each Basket being finally placed on the Plain table where mrs. Jones s weary head was leaning with Tom s hand smoothing her matted then while the Junior Jervies marched homeward again we unpacked our stores spread a Bountiful repast and summoning All Topar take ourselves Quot served at table Quot a the poor Mother crying and eating by turns while Tom saluted each Mouthful with a smile and a Blessing on the donors. Then Tom s Christmas presents were distributed mrs. Or. Bob read a psalm from an old Bible which mrs. Jones produced from her pocket Tom said a word of prayer and we went Home Home to our Happy children with hearts full of Joy and thanksgiving to the father of Osall. That was my last and tiny happiest Christmas and i Havo not told my Story in vain if it has suggested to any that there is nothing which gives so Sweet a flavor to our own Christmas cheers a kind action done for any of god ii poor ill the name of him whose birth was like the rising of a Greit Hope to a world Harper s weekly. Hannibal after having to the astonishment and consternation of Rome passed the Alps an having put to flight the armies of the mistress of the world and stripped three bushels of Golden rings from the fingers of her slaughtered knights and made her foundations quake fled from his country. Being hated by those who once exult singly United his name to that of their god and called him Hani Baal and died at last by Poison administered by his own hand a lamented and i inept in a foreign land. Caesar after having conquered eight Hundred cities and dying his garments in the blood of one million of his foes after having pursued to death the Only rival he had on Earth was miserably assassinated by those whom he considered his nearest friends and in that very place the attain ment of. Which had been his greatest ambition. But it Laparte whose mandates Kings and Popes having filled the Earth with terror of Liia a Pney after having deluged Europe with tem Tjit blood and the world with sackcloth closed Quot Hje Days in lonely banishment almost literally exiled from the world yet where he could Home times see his country s Banner Wai hog oter the deep but which could not Brig him Aid. The Law of expat Hofta. The four great personages occupying the most conspicuous places in the world a Bis tory were Alexander Hannibal Cesar and Bonaparte Alexander after having limed the Dis by rights of his ambition and with his temples bound with chaplets dipped a the blood of countless iiii1liqns.looked. Down upon world and wept that there was world for him to conquer a set a Eity of fire and died in a Siena of a Arriago. From the state trials we collect that the celebrated profligate. Beau Fielding who flourished in the reign of Queen Anne entertained a project of repairing his battered fortunes by marrying a certain Rich widow whom he had never seen but of whose pecuniary resources he had prudently informed himself by obtaining from doctor commons a copy of her husband s will. To this lady the Beau sent Many tender and urgent messages soliciting permission to throw himself at her feet not doubting that if she were but once to behold his very handsome person she must necessarily conceive for him a passion similar to that which had seized other women on their first seeing him. The i Dove. However we learn took no notice of his import unities. But one of his emissaries a woman of the town having sustained some slight at his hands revenged herself by persuading another of her frail sisterhood to personage the widow and to come in that character to his apartments. This done a Spanish priest attached to a foreign embassy was sent for and performed the ceremony of marriage in the Beau s bed room according to the rites of the roman Catholic Church but it appears that a few weeks after this Clandestine marriage the Beau contracted a second a regular Public marriage with the dutchess of Cleveland the Well known mistress of Charles ii. She however soon found him an inconvenient companion and determined to get rid of him by an indictment for bigamy of which capital offence his other wife the supposed Rich widow being still alive he was convicted but plead his clergy and would have been burned in the hand had not the Queen graciously pardoned Macqueen s Laws of marriage. Thunder in Fah Iarj. Meeting an old Friend from West Newbury the other Day he reminded us of an affair that happened there some years since Over which we have enjoyed Many a Hearty laugh together. A gentleman residing in West Newbury having missed a Good Many Sticks from his Wood pile his suspicion fell upon a Well to do miserable neighbor of his whom he thought capable of the act. He resolved accordingly to resort to the expedient of placing a heavy log in a tempting position having first Well charged it with Gunpowder not Only in the Center but in several minor crevices. Sure enough the stick disappeared and one looking very much like it Quot might have been seen Quot As James says on the suspected gentleman s Hearth the ensuing sunday. Before it in a Hugh tin Kitchen a Turkey was Browning itself into a Climax. All of a sudden a thundering explosion was heard the Kitchen was blown into a thousand atoms the dismembered Turkey flew through the atmosphere and the old tomcat disappeared up the Chimney. The old gentleman and his Maiden sister were horribly Quot Sheeri Quot but not materially injured and the former was the first to win his voice. Quot sister Quot he said Quot that Ere was the loudest Thunder i Ever heard in the next Day the plotter of the mischief sent a tin peddle to the de predator s House. Quot want any tin Ware Quot said the Yankee. Quot no sir said the old gentleman testily. Quot Why yes you do rejoined the peddle. Quot your memory must be dreadful Short. Most All your neighbors say a How you want a tin a pair of tongues flew through the air. But the peddle dodged and made looking in the window he exclaimed Quot better Bev it now it s a Fust rate article warrant it to stand almost any climate and All sorts of weather from Earth quakes Down to Thunder Quot swarm of been in the natural state contains 10,000 to 20,000 of the insects while in hive they number from 30000 to 40,000. In a Square foot of honeycomb there Are about 9.000 Cella. A Queen a lays her eggs for fifty or sixty consecutive Days laying about 500 takes three Days to hat each egg. In one Iea Ibn a Ai Glt Queen Bee batches about 100000 by a. To weigh a Poui ill. It takes 5,00q been

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