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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - July 13, 1865, Connersville, Indiana La Berty and a mime vow Ani forever be and inseparable web steel 15 -no.conn�olsyille, Indiana. Thursday july 13. 1865. Whole to. 766.tke we Ekly a = in advance.9mu� Mon Sui a a i Utick of to Chiu. To i Cli ild of go enl be ride who is of us Tottis log utter Givon by Tovi we the Pat of Tao Isth Ragolta re i mint. Of Oertl Sherman Wai at one time Golo oel of this re Cimeot id jul officers and Mea have erected to Tom memory of the of oeral a Efa ild a Bea Tifal and co Elj Moa Ament of Marble. This tribute to in ittle will a Quot memory and the pathos of the general a letter form a water eating a Piade in the history of the War Patoso House Memphis txnh., october 4. Midnight. Capurn c. C. Smith commanding battalion Isth Jug utry or bar Friend i cannot sleep to Hight till i record an expression of the it deep feelings of my heart to Yon find to the officer and soldiers of the battalion for their kind behaviour toward of child. I pm like that Yon All feel for my family the attachment of Kindred and i assure Yon of full reciprocity. Consistent with of Daty to my profession and office i could not leave my poet and sent for my family to come to me in that fatal climate a cd in that sickly period of the year and behold the Reaux. The child who bore any Jaime and in whose future i reposed More Confidence than i did in my own plan of life now float a Mere Corpse a eking a grave in a Distant land with a weeping Soiffer brother and Aister Cluster lag Azov and him. Bat for myself i can Ink to sympathy. On on i Mast go till i meet a Soldier s Fate or Aee my country Nee Anterior to All factions till its Beauty Fel Flag is Adona and respected by our Melvea and by All the Power of the Earth. Bot my poor Willy was or thought he Iraa a sergeant of the 13ih. I have Sean Hie Eye brighten and his heart beat As he beheld the Bis Talion under arms and asked the if they were not real soldiers. Child is he was he had the enthusiasm the pure love of truth Honor and love of country Zihich should animate All soldiers. God 4�nly know Why he should die thus Young. Be is dead but will not be forgotten till those who kaew him in life have Fol wed him to the name mysterious end. Please convey to the battalion my Heartfelt thanks and assure Esch and All that if i n after years they Call on me or mine and mention that they were of the 13th regulars when poor Willy was a sergeant they will have a key to the affections of my family that will open All it has that will share with them our last Blanket our last crust. Quot your Friend Quot a. T. Sherman a ajor general Faddia death of Crokat the lion Tamar. We learn from the Cincinnati Gazette that Jaaires Crocket the lion Tamer died in that City on the 6th inst., during tha afternoon performance of Howes the casette says or. C. Enjoyed his usual health during the Day and had been driven through the Streeta in company with his ions which fact taken in connection with the Etc evasive beat of the aun seems to give the beet and Moat rational clue to the solution of the mystery of his death. The Deal aged waa a native of England unmarried and perhaps forty five Yeara of mob. The achievement which Firat gave him notoriety As a Tamer of animals occurred at Astley s Amphitheater London and consisted in going into a Byrd of. Wild comte that had be ceded from their place of. Coylae Imit and by Hia myst of and Wonderfer Power quelling their rage end thirst for blood which had been whetted let a devouring a Man who fell a their Way a and leading a diem Back subdued to their Dena. Ltd Jhm to Hia do Iliae or. Crocket waa costumed for the ring and waa about 10 Emmr before the audio ice. Waba lava be waa on Hia Way from the dreaming re Oai for this purpose when he staggered a Fao lid almost Imam Diat a expired. His Loes to tha to which he was attached will be irreparable while the is Rowde who have everywhere Witney Medhis astr Ordinary feat will regret Thaen dded taking off of Ona who had Given them to Moe plea Onra. A Ota Soffor al Sage. My City Quot gives an inhere a eng left ont of die Grasshopper plague which is Das it a Tibig Tea Region of country a Baa trav a Reed. He Aeye Quot tha Only thing spoken of about Hare a Gra Ailie a pers. They Isra awful. They in a Wenof a Ovara and in the Pawlias that cover up a Taina. A Mcdiar of my Way Hesra Laid a he a a to al a a Tea Middle of the Day of Tea Praira Cha Tio opa bad Bain marking a by. Ilia al mud a Bol cad his Eov a Law ii if Paabo a and woke Hiar Quot flit Throat Aad Wii at were bleeding irom lha bite of . Thia is a pfc. Lliter Coati batters Are in tha habit of ism in Gipps Quot to Pidu Zabara wbk a not Kim Mim to in office. Thu a bowl Fata mlis ind. Tea poet Obion no Mhz a film to write to Pumi Heri ii my that pts a i Fly a new Emmock 9�tif al a Mott of Vivai. George w. A tia write in Harper a Magazine for Jull at the time of our writing the most conspicuous offender Ever Cap itally indicted in Thia country Siu alone in a spacious is semite of fortress Quot Monroe with Only a Bible upon Hia Taue and two silent Aen Linele watching him by Day and night. Perhaps As he sits there or paces the floor he remember the Helesa victims of Andersonville and Belle Isle or recalls the horrors of the Long War that has smeared to Many Lovely Fielda with blood. In the to a rib a quiet of his prison does he Ever ask himself whether it waa Worth while to dare Anch a grievous borrow to he country for Anch a cause Doea he Ever a argue with Hio Melf that even if the theory of stale so Verej to Irete True it was not Wise to assert it at Auch a Cost of misery merely for the Eake of perpetuating something which must sur it Asa any conceivable injustice of the nation toward a state Haa be never Learned that Many things May be lawful which Are not expedient and that nothing but the most prolonged injustice of which Legal redress is hopeless is a worse oppression than civil War technically he is r political prisoner. As such be will be tried. But a is also arraigned before the conscience and heart of his faithful fellow Cit Isena As a moral criminal of the worst kind. Even fanatical Candor cannot plead that he waa ignorant of the Aya thematic horrors of the Georgia prisons the starving the freezing the slow reduction of human beings to idiocy by exposure by hunger by a tact with filth and disease. It was intended to weaken them into despair and submits Mojo and it had that effect. It was also intended to compel an Exchange of sound and efficient men for his service and there it failed. But the first result waa constant. Quot Here for instance is a note written in Pencil from the United state military prison at Nashville by an honest industrious sober patriotic neighbor of the easy chairs who Haa been a faithful al Dier of the War from the beginning. He says that he was captured before Petersburg last August and was sent from Richmond to slip Bury. There he and All his comrades there were ten thousand in Hia estimate during the period of his imprisonment were Survey and starved and starved. They died and died and by scores and hundreds took the oath to the rebels and were placed in their ranks. He and a few others resisted As Long As they could. But hunger and weakness and horror gradually did their work and he aug it taxed. From August until april he had suffered a note then a can imagine and then he yielded. He waa put in the rebel ranks and arms placed in his hands and those of his companions about half an hour Befu the Stoneman arrived. He did not fire a hot against his a a none of them did and they we it directly octet to Stone a an but As coming from the rebel ranks they were held As prisoners. Quot this is one Case sad enough bit with alleviation a oae. Case not the Orst. But How trs Guicai. Yet there we re tho disands and thousands like him who suffered All that he suffered and then consumed with loathsome Diee aaa a Ith broken hearts with reeling brains Sank into convulsive agonies of death or laughed out in Stark madness or drive led slowly on in idiocy. And they were Young and Brave and Noble men who were this treated they were guilt Leaa of every crime and had done nothing but defined Quot their country at Home. A away upon Neatem Prairies among new eng a Billa upon the shores of the lakes along tha coast mothers and wives and daughters sickened with the Long suspense the apr Rible . Their lir whitened Quot their eyes grew dim with hopeless watching their Cheeks thinned with acute fear their Hearte broke also and they died amidst their appalled children. So awful a borrow so terrible a suffering both in itself and what it occasioned no history records. And it we the crime of this Man choir it a site Aloizie Iirilli his Bible and the silent Sentinel in fortress Monroe. Quot it is vain to plead for him As a Politi a al offender. The War was utile compared with the crimes of Thi War. Over the grave of Tea dearly beloved shot dead upon the Battle fit old we can hear and Aee that political differences May come to War but Over the Golgotha of Milieu and an de Rexaville ver the Sapota wefa the pens stood in which heroic men were treated As beats Are Envoi Tiff Aldr we Call murder murder and crime crime and All murders Aad All crimes Are less Black than these. Quot whatever tha verdict of the jury May be upon the change of tree soon whatever the Puni Bement if tha accused be Oon to Ted is a traitor a however in care of Fez you too a May be ranked among political victims Tea verdict of Avary generous heart and history in Enre against Thia Man As a trim Tui not Lees than the Infa no Kumim 09 Imo fim Marti. I its Junob but doubts he Rowam. Teshin a correspondence bet am advertiser. The Mitsuka to often made a a spat to or. Lincoln is now made daily in respect to or. Johnson. Quot if shivery is not wrong nothing is wrong is a phrase of or. Lincoln s latter Daye yet the idea waa in Hia mind and in Hie conversation from the be giving of his presidency. Knowing this men Seid Quot Why Don t he in some Way overthrow slavery Quot seeing he did touch Elavery men Eaid Quot he a weak or cowardly or they would not recognise that a Man s conviction of what he could do or might do could be at variance with his private judgment As to what it would be desirable to have or. Johnson May think the Southern be Igro ought m a matter of simple Justice to Lave the right of suffrage he May even in live that Public policy would be furthered by giving him Auch right and yet he May be perfectly honest in his View of it Ower and Ite limitations entirely sincere n believing that the presidential office give him no authority for granting that right. I have taken much pains to learn what the president s View upon the question involved Are. I am entirely Tatis Ted that he Loo wild give All it Grove who have been in the Armit and the More in Dugent Onee of those who have not the privilege of voting if he believed he had auth orig under the to do to. Quot what does the president say about negro suffrage?&Quot-1 asked the chairman of one of the numerous delegations of southerners in the City. Well he Don t say much he asks us if it seems fair to make the negro fight and then refuse to let him vote and he tells us that it Retty much All Yogi northerners seem to j to a favor of letting him vote anti he Eye that thoth he has Ulet him vote in North Carolina he May do to somewhere else. In respect to the idea in these last italicized words i my say that i know the president remarked to a High officer about the time the North Carolina proclamation was issued Quot Well try this Plen first and if it Don t work Why then Well try something or. Ashley himself is authority that the president Quot desires All men should vote without distinct tip a of or. Summer was undoubtedly told that Between himself and the president there is no difference of opinion on the question that Justice and expediency alike would Sanction the Extension of suffrage to negroes. Judge merger of Mississippi was told that no Good reason aside from the prejudices of the people could be Given for excluding them from the right of suffrage and it was said to an Alabama gentleman that he would do Well to use his influence in preparing the Minde of Hie people for quiet acquiescence in general suffrage. The president however is at prese Ift clearly of the opinion that be Haa no Power to of that then Roee shall Vole. The state have never men Olla of the Union though their Quot proper practical relations Quot to the a Nion have been for the thine being suspended. He can do no More he holds than set them Back where they were before they passed the Ordina Noee of Eedes sign. Yet Insomuch As the people of the state have been in rebellion he can As thee dec Ltd Ive lib id of the government Esy that a a punish mint for crime they shall not now vote. He Cah Ith bold the right of suffrage from certain classes heretofore exercising it but he cannot extend it to other Claraee excluded by state Conati tii Tiona. Briefly i understand this to be his position. Mona spell in in a a Toj a. Via wad merely As a Hie whole Publia ear ear a a Untig Blind with a by by by Lam Iob. Att Hie epee Clim will be vainly Aea Rohed for one a Emma a Amati Oak if Hie infamy in Histo y will if Smolar i will Jib very Point Dei Arvad. The some kind Oit Roomy odium that Ettlee upon the nails Tjemes ii., Bill tenfold deeper a a a was in Len Italy More Ai Amibal Wal Gathar a Darken Aro Oad that of Jaffa son Why a hol Brantd. Like a Oata pillar it in the or thayl payt the a Afir j thing and tha Bama iof but is Hist Mfd. Whip blk 1 i a Fly i ii Aii. A. A toe raise Boreel. L prominent Imong the great works of in Terral improve debt backed us tonal Enterprise is the great Pacific rail re red whose completion will unite the great cities of the Atlantie with them of the Pacific coast and conduct Over a vast extent of territory Rich in Mineral and agric Intursi resources the Commeret of All a tone of the Earth. During a War Tinor alleged by aay emiler context in the Fai Tot of the world the american people have ibid the Folio Batione of this incest work and under the Liberal provi Aiona of the Bill granting Aid for the purpose Ite Early constr action a. Insured. Already forty Milee running from the Mouth of the a a amp Kos a. River in completed and tha care Are running to the City of Lawrence. The next division of forty Miles West from Lawrence a under contract and la being graded. Tea Road running from St. Louis up tha Valley of tha a Jabouri connect with thie Braich of tha Pacific Boad and will be completed by the let of August and would have been wit ust season bad it not been for the interference of . This. Gives Lawrence forty Milea in tha Interior of Knees direct a Licad come Buni cation with Tea Eastern Cius pm. The amp Nti la Ilsi a of a by Fli Omaha City Uia i it of Bra aka ten pry Ai Xiy Miles or a amp Ohwa Anda retard till by Fra dad Hia Lei of a pm it tha a to Divi a in run frite i Lopz pity Iowa on tha mias Onri Siverl Thiim division Center at a Point near it. Kearney two a undid Miles West of the Misao Iiri River in tia Valla of the plate Nab Laalta territory and unite in one main trunk to the Pacillo coast. These latter dive Racobs Sec Tom a to try a of the Burlington and slim Kari Road la Kattas Kalty m re i Tif 10 of aha work is also being prosecuted of the West in end of the bbl a track in calf or in by Myoung Ukai b Lively its Promise Lar assistance in Ite Constanc tion through ugh territory. The great Asl Hin Arsnoe hitherto Haa been the West of men which the termination of the War Aad tha Large inc Razaa of foreign immigration will doubtless afford in abundance. In tha construction of this truly is Townsl Ork All Section of the country have a deep interest. Commercially it is of the Firat importance for it will bring us the Selth of the rapidly Dave Oping Mineral states of Idaho Colorado a and Mentana. Politically every Lover of the Union and All who desire that our people should become one end homogeneous win Heil ita Early completion for it will Proa Ona of the strongest brads to Unita the Extrema Sast end the farthest West in comme Roiel Friendship and political w. R. R. Casette. Id does one of the earliest signs of madness in dogs and one which should Szwaya arouse attention on the part of those in charge of doge a a aul Lennee combined with fidget iness. Wien it Means rabies mad Nee the dog retires to his bed for several Honra and May be seen curled up his face buried Between Hia Pawe and breast. He ebola no disposition to Bita and will answer to the cell but he answer slowly and sullenly. Altar a while he becomes Reet Lees seeking put new resting places and never satisfied with one. He the Quot returns to his bed but continually he Iota Hie he Rise up and lies Down again settles his body in a variety of postures disposes his bed with his paws shaking it in his month bringing it to a Heap on which he carefully lays his Chest and then rises up and bundles it All out of Bis Kennel. If at Liberty he will seem to imagine something lost and will eagerly search around with strange vacancy and indecision. That dog should be watched. If he begins to Gasa strangely about him As he Liee in bed and if his countenance in clouded and suspicious we May be certain the madness is coming on. Sometimes he comes to those whom he loves and fixes on them a steadfast Sce is if he Woula say Quot i feel strangely ill have Yon nothing to do with it Quot dogs do not generally Manifest a disposition to bite in the Early stage of the disease unless they Ere naturally ferocious but on the contrary there is an inches use of affectionate Ness or. Youatt says Quot in the Early Tagee of the disease the attachment of the dog toward Bis Mas tar seems rapidly to i Orasse. He is employed almost without ceasing Licking the Banda or face or any part he can get at. The Early am Tome of fidgeting a sul Lenness anxiety or affectionate Importunity Are equally to be attended to. No animal goes mad an Denly. There Are al Waya several Atadea of premonitory am Tome. _ _ tha treat focal cans i. The fractional currency in undergoing the process of curtailment. Large Quanti Tiea Are redeemed daily at the Treasury department in Washington and at the various sub treasuries. It Mustbe put up in package when event for redemption containing even hundreds of pieces that is to say each package of five cent piece Muat contain five dollars of Tan cent pieces Tan dollars dec. Diff rant varieties of the name denomination of currency must be sent in separate packages faced uniformly upward and mutilated currency Muat be event separately from the whole. Thue arranged if these pc isms be add ass a to the Tress Tyrer of the United state at Washington and registered at the Post office returns by Check May expected in from eight to ten Days. A aflame Sef Tsa a Selth. A excessive labor exposure to wet and old deprivation of sufficient quantities of Neo Essery and wholesome food habitual bed lodging Aloth and intemperance Are All deadly Eneid Iea to Hama a life but none of them Are to bad a violent and in governed Passione. Men and women have Sarti Ted ill these end at last Rached an extreme old ego but it May be safely Dotty Ted whether a Eingle instance can m found of a Man of Tio Lehl acid ii Raso Ible temper habitually St object to storms of ungovernable passion who Haa arrived at a Fery advanced period of life. Il-ie4bere-fore a matter of the highest import he a to every one desirous to preserve Quot a a Blind mind in a sound body Quot so that the Brittle Vee eel of life May Glide Down Itie at reign of time smoothly and ask rely instead of being continual by i seed about Eidet rocks and Shoals which endanger ita Ezi Atanov to have a a Mobil care amidst All tha Vicie Etudes of life to maintain a quite Puma Sion of his on spirit. Mew Chima Aily was Ivea eat al Apai. Never did a government a dept to Saffici a by Limas iras for the per Pat nah prohibit Ion of a Lin too is did Toja is tie a to or Teore Jiin wee a head Man Over every Fiva Tio Asee Abd a Bead bomb of Avalo Etreal Aad every i Respo Sibla for his i High Bor s Fidelity to the edicts a shirt Obriti Anity twice a year also every to tail Ito mid bad child in a a Ertsin i stride lying Brobbe ibid place was obliged a to go to s Prakob Dartad place Fot enrol meat Aad Ibarz trample of the Eft Cipiti in Lotta of their Detal Tatios of tha hated rely Gobi this Robt Luad tini669. 0. A to into the Xueyi world Aad. You ill Fiad Vai Liebfr but buob. Go into tha Laly Hawh Rio do bad Joa will find Nia l cd Hibi Iwin the save am i Maia of a. Judge Rosa lived Ballville of the Banka of a Griat River of the Weet. Every year be Weot to Washington and Hia voice waa often heard in Congress. Yet though he waa called great he wee not goo be cause he waa very fond of drinking be Brandy etc., and frequented the gambling rooms so numerous in that City. Theae habitat gained upon him daily until they conquered All his moral strength. His townsmen refused to Send him is their Delegate. Judge Rose had an amiable wife and three pretty Daug Tara. Mery the eldest was his Especial pet. He thought Mora of her then he did of himself and to wish of Hera if Ungria fied. She waa of a Sweet disposition and so obedient and respectful to her parents and kind to Aveis one about her that she was beloved by and though her father dwelling wee the most elegant and they had Beautiful grounds and servants and horses and Carriage and Fine clothes she Bever put on airs As Many do but was Iodest and retiring. Or. Rose and Bis wife and daughter a were All member of a Chriatian he was often suspended from ita Fellowship and on Promise of repentance received again. Hia influential position in society and the pious Confidence of his wife and daughters caused much pity for them and elicited Muc patience. They hoped by love and forbearance to restore him wholly. But All the love of Hia family and of the Church could not atop Thia erring Man in Hia downward course. At lest so Low did he fall As to lose All self respect and frequent the Tow eat whisky shops in the town. Daily he went out unshaven unwashed ragged and almost naked and when drunk would eing Acme kit a song which would draw around him a crowd of Boya to jeer end laugh and scorn the once dignified and respected judge. In personal appearance he was the lowest of the Low. It is not to be a opposed that Christian and Temperance men allowed such a Man to ruin himself without efforts to save him. Lamest and persevering endeavours were put Forth prayers were offered up and his family left no Avenue to his heart a entered. But All were alike useless and hopeless. His wife and daughters wept and prayed but finally despaired entirely. Mary his pet often Laboured to save her father from open disgrace if not from private sin. She became Reju sad and refused to attend Church or go into society. When her father was sober he had sense enough left to receive the sorrowful change in Hie once Happy Mary and seemed to regret Hie course More for her Sake than his own. Obe morning he started As usual for the drinking shop. He was a horrible , indecent to look at As Well a filthy. His wife tried to hold him Beck and get him at less to put on some decent clothing but he would not yield. Mary made her appearance by his Side clothed in rage Low at the neck Here armed and Bonne less with an old whisky bottle in her taking her father a Arm aha Eaid Quot come father i m going Quot going where Quot Eaid he staring at her As if horror struck. Quot to the dram shop. What a Good for Jott is Good for then she begin to flourish her bottle and to sing one of the Low songs she had heard him sing in the streets. Quot go Beck girl you Are crazy Mother take her in Quot but l am going father with Yon to ruin both soul and body. It a no use for me to the Good Wail of amp a Are going off to tha bad place. You la be lonely there without your Quot go away girl you la drive me mad. Quot but you have been ind for a Long time and i am going mad too. What do i care my father a Only a Pooi Dos Speed Armik Ard his daughter May Ai Well drink and lie in the Gutter so Mary pulled away it by Ftp Eljer a aril of and went on to open the Gete. He draw Bank Atill Ehe dragged on and runs loader. Life Oboye began to run Howardi theist and then her father broke from her hold and went into the House. There he sat Down and putting his face a Hie Bande wept and sobbed aloud. Still Mary at eld out. Quot what in tho matter Quot said mrs. Rose. Quot Mary is Niy and i have made her to. I wish i waa dead. Do go and get her in. I won t go out Are. Kosa we Atout acid told Mery what her fitter and Zaidy had Thea Ehe went in. Sha silk orb with bar until in her haad Aad All Ida aha it prob her rage. Or. Roea via Iua terrible Atafua for it of Hia Stitt Las fad iraqi subtly up old go to the door Bat Mary waa reply al Hie Side of Ivory of Oil Iob. Mrs. Roea pre Pirzad her a in al with Exira Cara Aad gave her Hae Boad map birr food Arcag of Flea Bod a latter Pifat of Ota 4bf be Lay Towaf to Alee. Baa be Wolti we Vitili Tara a her Rege Aad her bottle by her with Moab Tratt bling Aad i hiking a pot of a Good Volt of lot Dasaad asked his wife to Send for k bfirber., Thea after Tea he Tim Quot i in going out f it Quot where Quot. The Tea Parance har. �0 with a Aad Iee if >1 do Dot go 9� weal with him to lha doot of the Blu Alliry Tiu saying Quot i must Fot log a for i Floi afraid Bill go to the whisky Bop but Hii a Ira Law hip a Kilifi la my a Potac Bibb pm wig mtg a mi4 door �3-id upon Bimi. Tuteral Elabd Iliff tel Home to rejoice Ith trembling it the Suc Cess of the stratagem. Surprise Joy and sortie distr test pervaded the Minda of of to me lancet brother when or. Rose Walrod in and waa invited Forward and ask Ted to Sites whatever he a Bho a. He Rose and told Tlle talk of a Day and added Quot when t a Hoit Why at gel daughter Quot was trans frothed into a Low full Why creature when i knew How much lower Ehe would have to descend if she ent with me i abhorred myself. She vowed to go everywhere i went and do everything i could i Aee her do that iter loveliness stained tier character ruined she pure As an Angel no Eire if it Killa me i Wilf leave off and never touch taste or handle Mora from thie right head Eforoi Ard forever. And now gentleman help me to be a Man the building vibrated with the cheering stamping and clapping and a aah of song Fose from those Manly Theatta which to tight hate been heard for Miles of there is a in heaven Over one sinner Thal Repen Teth and should there not be boy on Earth we Hope god converted the soul of or. Rose for he became a Good Man and Hia family were very Happy. But we Hope nor other dog Star will have to resort to so painful a remedy to save a father. Ngut lbs it oat a Ihu like senator Chandler of Michigan in a speech made in new York traced Gen. Grant e military career and inc Dently mentioned How he bed changed the intermittent style of campaigning for the ii ver let up method. The go no ral told president Lincoln before crossing the North Anna on his Way to Richmond that he disliked the Spring Abd fall Campaign Aya tem As one army rebate red As fast As the other. Quot now i and about to Croaa tha North Anna Quot he said Quot and i notify you. President Lincoln that to Thia Campaign which i am about to commence tue is is to be no pause or intermission until either Gen. Lee s army or that which i comm tid in wholly the now that to Nowod the Amy there is a cow in Washington d. A which marched with Sherman s army from Atlanta Georgia and during All that time from november 1, 1864, to May 19, \26�\ she averaged a gallon of milk a Day. At Washington she was a rented by Brevet Mejor general j. D. Morgan to the sol Diere he for the use of that institution. Long Matahe live. The distances of heir marches Are from Athinka to Savannah 326 Miles from sets Nash to Goldsboro North Carolina 471 Milea from golds hero to Cape fear River go Miles from cepe fear River to Wethington via Richmond Vir Nia 342 Miles total 1,220. She travelled from Morrisville North Carolina to Richmond Virginia a distance of 177 Miles in seven Daye and from Richmond to Washington a distance of is Miles in eight Days. She is now Inez Cellenti condition and gives one and a Quarter gallon of Rich milk per improvements in shuttle Hacey patented feb uart 14, 18s0. no. 586 Broadway. No. S6s Washington Street., no. 720 Cheet Nat Street. New York. Boston. Philadelphia. Aphis machine is construct i on a entirely new Prin Eiffes of Mecha Siw tossing Many rare mid valuable in Hgt vill Tats having been examined a Llila i bit profound experts and Pron Aneed to Iai Edifee on combined. It has a straight Oil Idle Prepend Iealer action makes the lock or shuttle Stich which will neither Ripon rave and is alike on both sides performs perfect sewing Ota every Das Erinton of mater ii from leather to tho Kraii Ioc Muslin with Cotton Unen or silk thread from the coarsest to the finest number. Having neither Cam nor cog wheel and the least possible friction it Mhz As a to Botler at Glass and is is Noail a Ioia Utu Gustt tii it failures fifty feb cent less Power to drive it than any other it Venitta in tube Market. A Rirl twelve years of age can work it steadily wit boat Titi one or health. La string sind wonderful Simplici to of ebl&btraeti6n Render it almost impossible to get oat of Osirde and is Ouabain bed by the company to Jefe entire satisfy Tiwi. We respect filly invite All Bose who desire to Supply themselves with a Spehor article to Home and examine this ita Chilto. A in Kinamore Especial. Manner do we Solieri the patronage of Berhent Tadors makers. Skirt Man fac Corset maker Gaiter i itty is shoe binders Vest mid Pattie look so a Rio Elk com Hitatt a to timid Ufa will w to Era a fyn Lett. of la it Alne oomph a machine with he Miner i flt Marjay with Sixten 79 no. H Baumet Milf with bite Sion table a. .v.v. 85 no. 4, Large my inf aet ring for Leader with Bolfing Oil . Lotf one your t in it tedium h to to nah a ung Pertez to tfx Ramis Timeir entire Etui uen. To Akita Wax at by of to in in the unto states Avonia a ret al by Osta Blikh it if Ais for was my Xii of to and South my Iez Hal will by livens a Joni in delivery. It Mell Rthur Cove i Broadway a Ami h. St aits a co. Chi Ako Geis Phil Nortow Sterit agents. It Fevo a Seco. #

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