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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - March 9, 1865, Connersville, Indiana Loan ennello Thi Inda Mure 9,1865. Tor Goa at 4a�rk. Capt no by Holton late of the 89th Indiana Volin Cersy request us to state that he is a candidate for clerk of Fayette county subject to the decision of the people at the ensuing april electioi__�?och9 conc Btl ooh Cost we Lake pleasure in Naanou Sciog to our Oitis eos that miss Bertha Soho by and her Popile will give a vocal and concert at clan Pool shall on thursday a a a oing the 10th iost., for the Benefit of the poor of our City. They will be ably assisted by some of our own Amateur Aud by persons of my a ical ability a it where. The object is most praiseworthy and we congratulate our citizens that they will have Ibe Opportunity to contribute to it a cd Ftp the same time enjoy a Rich musical feast. Let All turn out. Leathan be farms. A Large number of Southern refugees were recently shipped from Indianapolis to Richmond Indiana through the offi pious Ness of a certain mrs. Thomas of the latter place. Since the arrival of the re fug a the Small Poz has broken out among them. The Telegram justly com Plain of tha woman who has quartered the a paupers upon Tea cities chs of Wayne county and introduced a terrible Scourge in their midst. This lady and her husband claim to belong to the medical profession. We have Beard of but few of the so called Southern refugees who did not eventually prove to be disloyal at heart. Many of them have repaid the kind treatment which they have received from Loyal people by the Iti Ost virulent abuse of the cover Ament. The people of the North Are now taxed heavily to provide for the widows and orphans made by this unholy rebellion and have very Little sympathy or Motiey to expend on the authors of let the traitors remain in the Sooy South and drink to the Dregs the cup of their own mixing. When we think of our brava boys starving in Confederate prison pens it Jaxes our patience to hear of Folb pious Northern philanthropists who Are so anxious to minister to the Comfort of rebel refugees. Page Rama of tha Biro. We the pleasure in informing our readers in this City and Vicinity that they will have the satisfaction of examining this Beautiful painting which a probably not excelled by any Panorama in the country. It was painted by j. Insco Williams who waa a resident of Wayne county this state Home thirty five years ago a and painted in too Nerville the portrait of judge Sam Pic. Or. Williams spent five years in producing this Panorama. He is now a resident of Cion innate. And is considered one of the most talented artists of the West his pictures being sought by the refined from every Section of the country and commanding High prices. The Panorama will be exhibited at a Lional Hall for four Days commencing Friday March 17 the. A Lutisa at the Leai Abaiy. Tha pupils of the Public school those Ibal have been under the instruction of prof. Hatch give a Public exhibition this a vening at the Seminary. It promises to a an affair of no Little interest to the friends of the school. We Trust there will be a full House. The Price of admission is s6 cents. Let All attend. To legislate a adjourn last Mon without much legis Laliot import fancy. Several of the most in ant measures which bad passed ibo of representative i failed in the Senate consequence of unfortunate wrangling tween the two political parties. In Regar to this matter the Indianapolis journal of monday says when the message of to Velmor Morton indo reing the opinion of the supreme judges was sent to the get feral Assembly it was hoped that its recommendation would be adopted and the session prolonged a few Days to enable the business of the session to be completed but it soon became evident that the democratic members would not remain and consequently a number of members left for Home on saturday and it is not probable that either House will have a quorum present this morning. For More than a week past the Senate has been unfortunately embroiled Over the Bill permitting the Sale of the White water Valley final for Railroad purposes and the Bill providing for settling the military accounts of the state with the Federal government come Only called the governor s Bill. The first was local in its character and ought not to have been permitted to occupy the last Days of the session to the prejudice of the interests of the state in general. The other was not partisan in character but was made a party question simply because governor Morfin desired its ass Sage. The Wrangle was stayed on saturday night Long enough to pass the general appropriation Bill but the inevitable canal Bill bounded to its place in front As soon As that was disposed of and the War of the factions raged upon that until after Midnight. In consequence of this the specific appropriation Bill which had been sent in from the House was lost. The Morgan raid Bill which had been returned from the House with amendments was suffered to lib upon the table without action on the House amendments and that too was lost. A Bill which passed the House author Ising the commissioners of the sinking fund to invest the Money in their hand amounting to Over 8600,000, in state stocks also went to the Tomb of the caplets. Some other necessary but less important measures which had passed the House failed in the Senate in consequence of the interminable squabble Over the canal Bill. The Loes of the specific appropriation Bill imposes Peculiar and unjustifiable hardships upon Many individuals. It embraced the expenses of the legislature of 1863, amounting to Many thousands of dollars All of which was due for services rendered or supplies furnished to the state. It also provided for the expenses of the present session outside of the pay of the members and employees of the two houses. We do not propose to discuss at this time the question As to who Are responsible for this but we do say that this treatment of private citizens who have furnished supplies to the state in expectation of payment through the passage of the specific appropriation Bill is grossly unjust. April vomit Ataloa. I Aie requested to announce the name of col. Jos Stout As a candidate for the Osce of clerk of Yette county at the april Zomina Ting election,.subject to the decision of the to too -. Nov24 \ a voter. On the 2nd inst., by Bei William Pelan or. Jobs Bike Sobb and my j. Black All of this county. V on the 2nd inst., by to fax a it Stem or. Ibdih c. Towb Bindok and mrs. Matt Otvia Sov All of this county. Special notices m Mac nov Sailboat. Trains leave Connersville at 0.05 a. A and 1.40 p. M., and arrive at Hamilton at 9.00 a. And 4.3& p. It. Trains la ave Hamilton at 9.10 a. And 8.15 p. M., and arrive at Connersville at 9.10 p. And 12.05 p. \ Mgaha ceh bal railway. Trains going East arrive at Cambridge City at 7.s8 a. M., 5.03 p. And 10.03 p. Trains going West arrive at 8.32 a. M., 11.25 a. and 8.10 p. A card to larval Ida a ctr Gyman while residing in South America As a missionary discover Edy for Tny a Safe and simple Rem be cure of nervous weakness Early decay diseases of the urinary and seminal organs and the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful and vicious habits. Great numbers have been already cured by this Noble remedy. Prompted by a desire to Benefit the afflicted and unfortunate 1 will Send the recipe for preparing and using this Medicine in a sealed envelope to any one who needs it ree of charge. Please enclose a Post paid envelope addressed to yourself. Address Joseph t. Inman station a Bible House feb23ylm3 new York City. To Adver Tiser having been restored to health in a few weeks by a very simple remedy after having suffered several years with a severe lung affection and that dread disease. Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the Means of cd Are. To All who desire it he will Send a copy of the prescription used free of charge with the directions for preparing and using the same which they will find a Bibb Cobb Fob cons Ohp Tiosh asthma ebon Cibitis amp a. The Only object of the advertiser in sending the prescription is to Benefit the afflicted and spread information which be conceives to be invaluable and he Hopes every sufferer will try his remedy As it will Cost them nothing and May prove a Blessing. Parties wishing the prescription will please address Rev. Edward a. Wilson Williamsburg Kings county feb23m3ii new York. Nervous debility Semi nal weakness etc., be cured by one who has really cured himself and hundreds of others and will Tell you nothing but the truth. Address with stamp Edward h. Traver Feblow Saco. Lock Box Boston mass. Old eyes made new a pamphlet directing How to speedily restore sight and give up spectacles without the Aid of doctor or Medicine. Sent by mail free on receipt of 10 cents. Address e. B. Foote m. A a Febo mox a elate school. It will be seen by an advertisement in Mother column that prof. Hatch will open a select school in the Seminary on the a Road tuesday in March. A Bill in charge of the Public school we Lelieve Ibe professor gave general satisfaction. Thu is very Little news of importance from our armies. Sherman has probably formed a Junction with Schofield at Wil is Ogton Ere this time. Phil Sheridan is i in Loose in the she Nao Doah Valley with a Large cavalry Force. It is reported that a Haa driven Early from Charlotteville had was at last Loco data Oia Rebing upon lyceum re. To Wrork of raising tha al Veo new of go at in in Boa by a proceeded up a Toraby Bat the sepia tar of War has an Thi ipod Bover Aror Morton to re a re it Fiva a Ion a. Tha work it if a a lib Lmh a will by fliibiai>oe4 in nil Fiji july. Liibs Tao spa has rat Rcd from the a ailed so Iatala hotel to tia place having it Lite of a al a Tea hoax a to his father. Red up it Nas Villa to in. Position a in the Quarto Mas City. A but Quot Abiog a drug in Wiite Iona Market Mola Par Pound in a a Lafaaua to Brinig it to at car agora Insung Natlea of Pressl debt Lineen. President Lincoln was inaugurated the second time at Washington at 12 o clock on the 4th inst. The number of persons present was exceedingly Irge. The oath to protect and maintain the Constitution was administered by chief Justice chem. The inaugural address which will be found in another column was then read. It is a sensible quaint Brief document expressing deep religious feeling is Well patriotic sentiments. Cask or Small . Trowbridge whose marriage we announce this week is supposed to have the Small pox in a mild form. He is confined in a room in or. Dickey a Bouse on North Monroe Street. Capt. Jam Collumb of the two Ntim the Indiana infantry is bomb on a Short fur Lough. The Captain is from our lines in front of Petersburg and Looka Well and full of fight. Mill Flaar old and reliable firm Devon in co., of Cincinnati it will be been by this week spa per offer to the Trade an unusually Fine and rare Assort ment of millinery goods cloaks Mantilla and dress goods. Old customers of this Housa know How to appreciate it and naw ones will do Well to give it a Call. If you want to know a Little of everything relating to the human system male and female the cause and treatment of diseases the marriage customs of the we it old How to marry Well and a thousand things never published a fore read the revised and enlarged edition of a a medical common so Nib a a curious Book for curious people and a Good Book for every one. 400 pages 100 illustrations. Price $1.50. Contents table sent free to any address. Books May be had at the Book stores or will be sent by mail Post paid on receipt of the Price. E. B. Foote m. D., a fax and stepped into our office tuesday a Vining and handed us a plug of to Bacco telling us to taste it but before we could do �0, he decried. We supp sea be intended that a sep wild Tasto it a heaver we Are so Dia Soaad Aatu Thara a Nona of ill it. Thank a. Foot i Railroad too id no Bam taken Laca in to ii country a Noe Tbs of mme Boa Ian no a it Tea year. In which a Izety Ona persons Bava been killed and firm a Uadia and Lortz Ona injured. Fast Bra Are Rafer Rad to Dia advert pm ment of the Junction Railroad company in reference to Tea a re lbt on wheat. Buas a Bimbo esq., Ona of the old St and most a a teemed citizens of terira.h��t�, Indiana died on the night of tha 3d Init aged 77 Yei trs. Hugh mod Bloch has been appoint lat Secretary of tha tra Aenry. w a at Faw York on to Aada at. -1 a a immense reductions made this Day and to continue for forty Days or As Long As our present Stock of goods lasts. We will sell our goods at their present value. Regardless of Cost in Nizlik Ylon rehab at less than most. Prints by pure haae at Cost. Muslims at less than Cost. Muslims late Parchuf. At most. French Merino at ten cent less than Cost. Domo Atic Delaine at Cost. . Dress goods at Cost. Black and fancy Silks at most. Ladies cuffs and collars at Cost. All heavy hosiery at Cost. All heavy gloves at Cost. Ladies Black Kidd gloves at Cost. Ladies fancy Kidd gloves at Cost. Nubian hoods scarfs ac., at Twenty per cent Lees than Cost. Genu knit shirts at $1.50, Worth $2.50. Gents knit drawers at $1.50, Worth $2.50. Sat nets jeans and tweeds at Cost. Union and Wool Casimere at Cost. Coat and other trimmings at most. Hats and Caps at Twenty five per cent less than present wholesale prices. Boots and shoes will be divided into two classes. Old goofs will be sold at most. New goods at ten per cent Advance. C1.0thinq clothing overcoats Worth $25 00 for $15 00. A a a 18 50 13 00. A a 12 50 a 10 00. Business Coats at Cost. Pants and vests at Cost. Twenty dozen hoop skirts cheaper than you Ever saw them in cheaper times. The cheapest goods that you have seen for three years can be had at Wadl Kyd a Cash store. Connersville february 9th, 1885. The old country store. We e have added largely to our Stock within the past ten Days and Are prepared to sell Many kinds of goods at reduced prices. Nails Naus we have a Larn line of nails at nearly two cents per Pound 1ms than former prices. Bar Iron. Our Stock is always Well assorted at present the Price Are much reduced. Fire Irons. We have eight Patte Msj will sell them at the Price of common castings. E. B. Foote m. D., 1130 Broadway new York. Address in Boom 1130 Broadway new York information free a to nervous gentleman cured of nervous debility incompetency premature decay and Youthful error actuated by a desire to Benefit others will be Happy to furnish to All who need it free of charge the recipe and directions for making the simple remedy used in his sufferers wishing to profit by the advertisers sad experience and possess a sure and valuable remedy can do so by addressing him at once at his place of business. The recipe and full information of vital import once will be cheerfully sent by return mail. John b. Ogden no. 60 Nassau Street new York. P. sufferers of both sexes will find this information invaluable. Dec20msm diarrhoea and have examined a great number of letters from some of the most prominent citizens of Cincinnati and Covington etc., speaking in the highest terms of or. Strickland a anti cholera mixture for the cure of diarrhoea and dysentery. The letters Are too Long to publish. Or. Woods of Covington says he was pronounced incurable by the Best doctors in Cincinnati and one bottle of or. Strickland a anti cholera mixture effected a Ler monent cure after suffering for months with he worst form of diarrhoea and dysentery. Another says he was discharged from the United states service after suffering in the Hospital for eight months As incurable and As a last resource tried Strickland a anti cholera mixture got Well directly and has now entered the army Anin in Good health. One Man writes he has cured seven or eight very bad eases of diarrhoea and dysentery in the Barracks he was in with one bottle of Medicine. In Frei we could fill half our paper with similar items from these letters. Why does not our Tov emment secure this valuable preparation our army ought to be supplied with it. It is but a Short time since one of our men Laid in very Low condition at one of our Cincinnati hospitals his wife was sent for the doctors considered his an hopeless ease. Bhe however Nve him brie Klaara a anti it cholera mixture and m three weeks he was Able to return Home with he wife to Naif it Ishmond 0. All these eases Rivltt at Home Simk for themselves. We Hope All the soldiers will put a bottle of it in their Knapsacks it May save them or some of their comrades. Its for Sale by druggists at 60 event saw bottle. Sep2snos Mab Biage quids Yot Tnge ramp sat by biological work or every one his own do Torr Belg k private instructor for married per it sons or those about to marry both male and female 1 in every thing Colie ering the i Oslo edgy and relations of oar sexual system and the production or prevention of offspring including All the new Disei ovaries never before Given in the Melish language by we. Young h. This is really a Valuate and interesting work it is written in Plain the general Reader and is Imus rated with upwards of one Hundred engravings. All Youn married people or those contemplating Manife and having the least impediment to nuke tried Lile should read this Book. It discloses Secreu that every one should be Seq painted with. Still it is a Book that nest be leaked up and not lie about the Honse. It will be sent to any one on thar Jfe a is roof Twenty it be Yenta. ,ko.4lt�bifasa Braet a Pugelj a cheaper than we feel confident of our ability to give Satis fiction in the Quantity Quality and prices of locks hinges screws bolts. Chains a tract a. Kilos ova shelf hardware this important fact w e Are constantly demonstrating to our numerous customers by Selling Broad cloths Cassimeris sat nets dcc., a. Prints Delaine Merino ac., a. Bought since the late decline in Gold. At less than old prices for cheap new goods a Call at or. I town Yitho it i. Connersville february 9,1885. Attention the citizens of Connerville and Vicinity Are invited to continue their Calls Leonard Bro of convex Sis a Block Fob groceries. We have in store a better assortment of goods at lower pm a eee than any retail Honse in the West. By a lose attention to business and Peluit goods at Cis Biall profit we Bave gained Trade and it is Sull our purpose to make it tie interest of every person Wax Mha groceries or anything else in our line to fall first and Sest Imit mid it Jamar 1�, ia6�. We have Chain Mink traps Blakeb Mink traps Stowe a Mink trap8 for Holiday gifts we offer Bussells celebrated no. 48 Ivory table Cut very and Russell s Story Carvers. Lilsa Deflit Salsa Deflit we Are meeting with considerable demand for the new York club skate ladies steel runners. Also a new Patent we offer the Shell Groove skate. These relieve the Strain on the ankle Are Light and durable. Examine our Stock. If moved knife it scissor Sharpner an unequalled instrument for houses hotel Saloon and shop. To aim he our a my exper Leaea a Allty to supp the wants of the people of Saiss. In. Old Isaad. Wmk co. Osna Ersule pee. Ill Cox amp Plebs sewing ii machine Grill stitch hem fell tuck Cord bind braid quilt and embroider beautifully. It will with the finest Needle and thread run from perfect work on the finest Nain Sook Over the heaviest Beaver Eloth and cowhide with no change of Needle thread or tension. Win Fox it Oil a sewing Lla Ohina will use coarse Cotton Linen silk and twine. It runs easier faster and Stiller than any other machine. It forms a Flat even and elastic seam differing from every other stitch each Loop boing twisted by Means of the a rotating an drawing the twist into the Good thus securely fastening every stitch so that the seam will Bear to be Cut at frequent intervals and in that Case even the scam is ii at ranted not to Bip in Wear and under All circumstances to survive the old worn out family garments bosoms pants dresses &c., have been submitted to committees at fairs where there the greatest Competition and to this stitch premiums have been awarded for its Supi Aidif to durability lab Tivitt and Beautt. A patented device events the possibility of the machine being run in the wrong direction or the balance wheel Ever wearing or touching the dress. By another ingenious Patent improve ment Jehew i a a a at be set i Treng Tefius avoiding a great trouble of Ether machines. In this it Wise easy that a child May set it in the dark with unerring Cree these every time. No breaking of need la. The Blade of the Needle is less than log fourths of an Inch Long and is straight. It is Lei than half the length of other machine Needles Many of which Are curved therefore More easily Bent or broken a great source of annoyance expense and trouble. The he nuns and Feller Ean not be set wrong any one May adjust them in the dark. The hem May be of any Width. No other Hemmer or Feller is like this. It turns the hem on the right or upper Side As you want it. It will hot drop Bitch by As the Needle is always set right the Blade Short and stright does not vibrate like longer ones. Willcox it Gibbs sewing machine is run by steam at 4,000 stitches per minute other machines Only at 400 to 1200, with safety they Are manufactured with mathematical precision hence each part is interchangeable and can be readily replaced in ease of Accident. They will not get out of order we have known it intimately for several rears. Many thousands Are already in use ii Ere and so far As we know not one in family use has Ever Cost a dime to repair or a ver been out of order at All. They will last a generation if properly cared for. None who have used it can be persuaded to use any other. Willcie it Gibba sewing machine works at an instant s notice and never stops a Liot one operator in ten on the Willcox a Gibbs will break a Needle or drop a stitch in a year. The Willcox a Gibbs in the hands of any one knows no Quot skips a drops a a a jumps Quot or the roundness evenness durability and Beauty of its stitch were never equated. Its rapidity absolute stillness ease of motion narrowness a a neatness of its hem and fell were never approached by any other machine. We can Call in any boy or girl from the Street and with three minutes instruction they will set the Needle attach the Hemmer or Feller and do the work with entire Success. A Blind girl with the exception of threading the Needle Ean do the same. Many ladies owning other first class machines come to our office to do their Fine Hemming and feuding on the Willcox pc Qibla machine. The a Bess universally pronounce this Best family sewing machine in the world. We Are agents for Barnum a self sewer for All Semi log machines. It guides the work itself thus avoid dam the Bent posture and Strain on the eyes. Price $1.50. Large discount to ends. Prices of machines with Hemmer Feller gauge Oil can extra Needles full directions ac., from $56 to $150. Agents wanted. Agents for other first class machines who take the Willcox de Gibbs in addition to theirs make our most successful Anil Best agents. Tif it. Terms to agents descriptive circular and specimens of work sent free by mail on receipt of stamp. Elcox amp my sewing Hac Liine is entirely noiseless. A patented denied prevents it being turned backward. The patented Needle can not be set Wron. The patented Hemmer and Feller and braider Ean not be set wrong. It runs faster than Anjer other machine. It will never drop a stitch. It is the Only practical machine which All can use. It does the finest and neatest work Ever known and All varieties of family sewing in the most perfect manner. No other machine takes the twisted Loor it can not be adjusted or got Otto of order. It uses the a Rotati ii whatever the merits of other machines it is no disparagement to say the Willcox a Gibbs is Worth for family use double that of any other Ever offered to the Public. The Gold medal at the american Institute the numerous first premiums at state fairs and at the meetings of mechanical and scientific the cities Sll Over the world Are among its trophies. It if now the great Lim Diu it mlle sewing machine Jui Over the world. Cin Pinnau Agency no. 70 West 4th-Btreek be bit. _ alb set o. Rawls a h o m 0 co s Coqui Erstelle Indiana. By be on he prison Street in rear of Bonoli Bank. Delft t new meat store. The undersigned would re8pect-fully inform the citizens of Connersville and Vicinity that they will open on. Saturday morning a meat store opposite the court hons and adjoining the saddlery shop of q. L. Fearis. They Nave on hand a Choice Quality of beef pork lard sugar cured hams Ltd. A Shar Etol the Public patronage is respectfully solicited. They would invite Flur mers what , bogs or sheep for Sale to gallon their. A w. T. Hen Belfit Hewton Hon Eltsy. Chaaw Lille Jan. Ims

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