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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - November 2, 1865, Connersville, Indiana Of trip fore to Otoji and i a Fia Rii amp Zero Quot vol. 16&Quot-no. 2. A Mumm cd my a i pm not Meek 1865. We no the Tom bal Mem tera Loii of Narlis a air film. The new York world gives or. Reagan s Story of the capture of Jefferson Davi it will Betenia Embred it Rea Jiuji and Davis Wei capt red together Liew Yorken route from a fort wan a to Texas. Davis had joined his family to protect them from some marauding alabamians who it Wasfy Are a would Rob and murder them. When the firing of our Union soldiers fighting each other in the Neil Cui Good was heard it was supposed that Hie Ala Bainian had made an attack. Bags a irays or Davis immediately on hearing the firing sprung from the place where he had been of fair in the night and advanced town to the door of the tent. As he did so thinking a iat the fir ii proceeded from tia Tangiers of the Alabama brigade mentioned who probably had come in Contact with Hiis own Sinroll escort intent on plunder and carnage he exclaimed Alood Ose men Hare attacked us at list it enough left to prevent Liyo my a fro Billing one another saying this he opened the door of the tent and was just stepping Quirt when we a Ither beside her Tot with terror and Uoo knowing clearly what were the nature of her acts or think wig that the garment might Render him to recognizable to his pursuers Taufi a a no a Ming gown Over his. Shoul Mersl at that moment he was Rei an says further that the reason he Imd Davis did not fight was because in had women wit them otherwise i would have died Rig to there and All Itiat a Ort of thing. Jelfo. Fic a gals it will be of served is a Good do mixed but will at least Force the copperheads to admit Jbf dam Imir captured in female a Parell. Thews it�m8. Yellow Fivek and cholera have both made their appear race in England. The weather throw Hout England Contin yes of the Mist unseasonable kind dose known As the rinderpest it Law out Ong the cattle Iii the neighbourhood of Wateree three Miles from Liverpool and had Carril off quite a nimber of cattle. Lib �top>�,i6 his rent allocution declares against free masonry and All Osiier secret orders. It is estimated that there be two Hundred thousand Catholic free masons in Europe. A Seo Istee it of All Volunteer officers since the beginning of the War has been prepared at Washington. It is under of the military committee of the hoi Iii tired so Nate Iii urge soon As Congress meets the publication of a a Ipar re Gir of All Volunteer private a a lds ers and non commissioned Ofil cers. Richmond of socials have been informed that they must assume the care of the destitute persons in the City who Are the government a a Mluse of 8�,n per Day. The abrogation of martial Law in Ken Tady has not Pacific a the state. The civil and military authorities Are As Usu id in a Wrangle. Paton Sohal Cut Velmor Sharkey and j. L. Alcom have just been elected b3 to amp a Mississippi legislature to the United the Wirz trial is Over. Argument closed saturday and the court went it tto a egret Deube ration for find ii and a a a to Iier gov. Bra Leeoard late rebel chief a a Mai la re Naniki Laadt 4�i<icttaidetit of the new Orleans my Jason Railroad. I Rabir Large Rice plantations on the Cape fear River below Wilmington Are by freedmen. The last Stumer from Havana brings of a minors that tiie cholera is prevailing in Cuba. In Olio Era has appeared in Faizi in a did Mie form. Mau Miliam has issued a decree that Jaurez has fled from mexican Lee Ibert lick a Lii Ifan Wmk. A Bat recommends the Muster Pitt out of All but disabled general Dora and the i Reade of the regular Pmj to 75,000 men to British government refuses to inuit the United Sta immunity for Nie onto grim come no a on our com Meree on Golem to a so Sis say a Riff by i i if a Bel pirates. Of Emit est Bra inn in its a the following report of secret Oil Seward a Anam ape Edi is Elt red from the new York times it Good of Ianni a a meeting with you Here Fromi time to time As of Ort nity serves and duty permits is not merely a privilege but even a Blessing. Your greeting on to occasion comes in a season when fruits Are clustered around us although the leaves above our Heads and the grass beneath our feet Are yet fresh and Gre men. After some further Friendly preliminaries the speaker spoke of us cold and Johnson. We have lost the Reat and Good president Abraham Lncoln. He had reached a Sti of moral consideration when his name alone if encircled with a Martyr s Wreath would be More useful to Hunu Unity at Lai than his personal Orts could be beneficial to any one country As her chosen chief magistrate. He is now associated with Washington. The two american chiefs though they Are dead still live and they Are leading the entire human race in a More spirited pin Gress towed Fields of Border Liberty and higher civilisation. Applause a in the place of Abraham Lincoln we have a new to resident to most of you he is personally Unknow irn. The people around a with the in custom thoughtfulness Are inti Riding of those who Are nearer to him than themselves what manner of Man Andrew Johnson is and Whitt manner of president he May be Esq tested to be. When in 1861, treason laying aside for the moment tiie already obnoxious mask of slavery and investing itself with the always attractive and honoured Robes of democratic Freedom flashed its lurid Light through the Senate chamber and announced As already completed a dissolution of the Union then a Leader who should be at first a senatorial and afterwards a popular Leader was required to awaken sleeping loyalty and patriotism throughout the land to Rouse its in conscious hosts and to inspire them with the Resolution needed to Rescue the Constitution suppress the rebellion and preserve the integrity of the Republic. Applause to me reason seemed to suggest in Liis ease As a necessity resulting from cd cum stances Itiat. That Leader while he should be a capable inflexible and devoted Patriot should also be a citizen of. A hesitating Border state a slaveholder in practice to Lough not in principal and 3 it in principal and association a Democrat. Andrew Johnson of Tennessee completely filled those Complex conditions and with the consent of the whole americ i people he assumed the great Resi ontibilit5-.�?- loud i Plause the insurrection soon became Flag Titus insolent defiant and announced to the astonishment of Mankind that the pretended free Empire which it was building by usurpation within forbidden Borders was founded upon the Comer Stone of slavery a a the newly inaugurated president Lincoln with decision not unaccompanied by characteristic prudence announced that thenceforth slavery should be deemed and treated As a Public enemy. Apr plane. Andrew Johnson accepted the new conditions of his popular Leader sep which this announcement created and these Fonward he openly freely and Hon Estly declared not Only that the erection of the new edifice should be prevented but the Comer Stone of slavery itself the Rock of All our past As Well As of All our then future dangers should be lifted and removed and cast out from the Republic. Renewed applause. Whatever May Nave been thought by 3 of or by me or by others at that time it is now apparent that the attempted revolution culminated when the National Banner was for the first time successfully replanted by our Gallant army on the Banks of the Cumberland and when Tennessee fir to among the Border states which had been Chi cant by carried into the rebellion offered once More a k resting place to the authorities of the Union. From that time while it was yet necessary to prosecute the War with such energies As human nature never before exerted it was at the same time equally Nei Ful will we so he is no Isi surpassed to prosecute the by no Focient work of restoring the Union and hard biking the Egami politic a Lei tidily which att Hoigh i had been temporarily distract of was destined nevertheless to live and gwm forever under that Majestic prote Raon. Loud applause the abolition of slave a Ray the a by foil la Goa by an element of persistent War and of returning peace. Continued applause he neither re in a a is Toty Iirth Cacey liar studies to lib Ihlye a of Firova Deuce with re Verence a does idiot see Tiit for the prosecution them. Double diverse and Yete Naby important purposes of War and per of Andrew in for ton was fitly appoint be a provisional govenor in Tennessee a is of Cieriea of bin signal gov Moca afterwards to be Tom Iatorre Otiena if Tate and waa a nose or dept sad in the and dub Lieut Alook a Man Etc Irmi imia tiny a i of a tem the Best i area an Idow Aliw and tiie Fer tue a Aimini of the Rural streams the room mme to Droit Ealther Betow dividends time Wil or. President of pm United states. B de i la we Are cont infant he fur chg of a kites convening the Orlilia and authority or the plan of new merits North and son Iii h the president s plan. A speak of it As if ii a re a new up amp Drew a it Der la Pine on tiie we lib is not ii Edip a Andrew Johnson s plot or Eten a new plan in any rep. It is the plan which abrupt in yet distinctly offered itself to the last Adoun stration Aie moment i have before recalled when the work of restoration was to begin at the moment when although by tiie world unperceived it did by and it is the Only plan which thus seasonably presented itself and therefore is the Only possible plan which then or Ever afterwards could be adopted. Great applause this plan occasionally requiring variation of details nevertheless admits of no substantial change or modification. It could a Cather be a a aged nor contracted. State conventions in Loyal states however favourable in disloyal states however hostile could not lawfully or effectually disavow it and even the people the a Scales when amending the Constitution of the a muted states Are Only giving to that plan its just and need fid Sovereign Sanction. In the meantime the executive and legislative authorities of Congress pm do no More than discharge the proper functions of protecting the recently insurgent states Hrom any during the intervening period who la this plan is being carried into Quot execution. Applause it is essential to this plan that the insurrectionary states shall by themselves and for themselves accept and adopt this plan and the by submit pm ves to-Acepog-ni2� the Nat ill Antii dirty. I j i Subj Tgu to on. This is what i meant when i said to Adams in a passage which you May possibly recall that in the sense in which tile word tion was then used by the enemies of the United states at Home and abroad it was not the i Sec tation or purpose of this gov emm to that the Southern states should be subjugated but that i thought that those states would be brought by the Juci Ousby mingled exercise of pressure and persuasion to a condition in which they would Voli Marily rectum to their allegiance. This was the explanation which or. Adams gave to lord Palmerston the prime minister of England Ali the great and As i Trust not in Frient by statesman said that he did not believe that the Federal Union could be restored because he knew that w Hile an Man can Lead a horse to the water no Man could make him drink. The plan Tipiere fore recognizes not the destruction nor even the subversion of states but their Active existence and it reasons from facts As they Are not from assumed or possible changed to be effected by continual War much less does it reason from Mere chimeras. Applause this absolute existence of the states which constitute the Republic is the most palpable of All the facts with which the american statesman has to Deal. If Many have stumbled Over it into treason and rebellion the fact for All legitimate deductions and purposes nevertheless remains. In a practical sense at least the states were before the american Union was. A Ven while they were colonies of the British Crown they still were embryo states several free self a a dating and indestructible. Our Federal Republic exists and henceforth and forever must exist through not the creation but the combination of these several free self existing stubborn these states Are not stakes driven into the ground by an Imperial hand nor Are they posts hauled together squared and hewed and so erected loosely upon it but they Are living growing Majestic Trees whose roots Are widely spread and interlaced within the soil and whose Shade covers the Earth. Applause tue National March. Congress and the president have a right to accept or even make War against any part of the people of the United states Only under their Limi Power to suppress sedition and ins la Section and for that purpose what Tsien ? must we give up the Hope of a Tarther Elevation of classes in the several states without any new guarantees for individual Liberty and Progress ? by no Means. Marching in this path of Progress and Elemi tion of masses is what we have been doing always in the season of peace and hat we have been doing still More effectually in the prosecution of the War it in a tonal March As Onward and irresistible As the late conflict Between of and slave labor was vigorous and irrepressible enthusiastic applause the plan of reconciliation we Are pursuing has Given us 10 great Nat toil a advances in this Progress of moral and Polit Cid al Eyer Tiona which Are now to Bernade fast and firmly fixed. First it secures a Volant tiny abolition of slavery by every 8t which has engaged in insurrection and Sec nil it i secure and Doea so cure a a of a a add pts in by the Laid slave stotes the mss Lvi a of the amendment of the Federal constr lotion which Sci Siatt stint neither slave Fly a it Roi unitary servitude Export for a rime shall Ever hereafter exist his a part of the to hit a states. Ai Uinise Tiu a pie who have so St idly pm need to the True path of democratic pro grow a and civilization throw Lola Liei peace and through so a Iii went a and at such fear til Cost in War Quot 1hii now ments to Peime m Woji tii uni they Shalf a to a us Ftp not a to # Verity the summrs sri foam of the Utica Seq Anity of of Ittin it to founder9, hic immortal 4eclaration. Laid Down air Tike baids of a a Imp rican Tudon. Pro Loii de applause i try team c 0mi> cd. It is certain that the plan of record ligation which i Havo wus Laily Epla de must and will be applause it May however be Hin Aei or hastened. How can it be hindered ? you Are yourself aware of the answer when you fasten upon any violent factious or seditious exhibition of passion or discontent in any of the lately rebellions states and argue from it the failure of the plan. Youl argue Justin. Every turbulent and factious person in the lately insurrectionary states is resisting hindering and delaying the work of restoration to the exit tent of his ability. But the Case is precisely the same with manifestations of doubt distrust Crim nation contempt or Defiance in the to al states Are equally injurious and equally tend to delay the work of reconciliation. How then shall it be hastened ? i reply virtually in the language of the president in the spirit of the Constitution and in Harmony not Only with our politics but with our religion Quot we must Trast each applause a can we not Trast each other Quot once we were friends. We have since been enemies. We afe Fri ads again. Re viewed applause but whether in Friendship or enmity in peace or in we we Are and can be nothing else to each other than Brethren. Loud App Liaise a few evenings ago an Hundred South men who recently had been More or less influential and leading revolutionists visited Iny House at Washington. They were Frank unreserved and lamest in their assurances of acquiescence and reconciliation As i also was in happily a party of intelligent englishmen were in my dwelling at the Stone time. I introduced the late rebels to the representatives of sympathising England and i said to the parties a Quot you lately each of you thought that the Southern men preferred British Rale to citizenship in the United while the englishmen individual la disc claimed both parties promptly answered As they now Dot at that idea was not merely a delusion but a absurd mistake. They now knew that even during the excitement of the War the american citizen whether North or Smiith really preferred his own countrymen of every Section to any other people in the world. Trust the president. Some of you fear that the president May be too lenient to those Southern leaders who plunged the county into the Cala unities of Rivil War. Except those of you who have been maimed or bereaved has any of Yon suffered More of wrong insult and insolence at the hands of those leaders than he has a can we not forget where he can forgive ? Are you aware that his terms of amnesty to offenders Are far More rigorous than those which were offered by Abraham Lincoln have you Ever seen the majesty of the Law More firmly maintained than it has been by him in the exercise of discriminating clemency ? applause. Some of you seem to Nave been slightly disturbed by professions or demonstrations of favor toward the i ident made 4>y parties who have heretofore opposed is administration As Well As the administration of his predecessor. Laughter and you ask. May not the president yet prove unfaithful to us ? for myself i Laid aside partisanship if i Lead any in 1861, when the salvation of the countr demanded that sacrifice. It is not therefore my purpose to descend to Mere partisanship now. Andrew Johnson Laid aside i am sure whatever of partisanship he had at the same time. Applause a that Noble act did not allow but on the other band it forbade collusion by the friends of. The Union with opponents of the policies of the War and of recon. Cili fiction which the government a found it necessary to pursue. Duty requires absolute and uncompromising Fidelity to the supporters of those policies whosoever and of whatsoever party they May be. Applause Andrew Johnson has practice that Fidelity against the violence of enemies to the sacrifice of his Fortune the Hazard of his Liberty and even the peril of i life. Enthusiast in cheering the same Fidelity is still identified with the fee Nesb of those policies a of course is necessary to the achievement of their mag fio ent Rada. Loud applause. A should he now abandon lose poli eyes and desert time honoured and i favored my ppm a tet it Mere. Foeman be the Dawn ii Success of our efforts Lias compelled former opponents to approve and Aoe ept them ? renewed applause Patel Stiim and loyalty equally however re it i Dre to Fidel it in tho Case shall fee Mutual. A a faithful there re on Yow Pari a i thou the Sec to a a offer is in feb Rory and super Luois it i a Iii tee Fidelity on his Pat it it Iraq a Beeri. Oce five aficial Ststa of. It i. Believe that it he fiscal system a for Wuch the nation has been conducted though greater Dia Cuitis a thin Tony other co Nurr Ever a Nch untie pm or Cit a suf of m applause Thero has. Been St be no do a turn from that plan nor any relaxation in pursuing it by either his immediate successor or. Fesenden or by or. Mcculloch the present incumbent. Renewed applause intricate financial questions must continue to present themselves front time to time until we shall have turned the outgoing tide of debt and begun to experience incoming flow of surplus Revenue. For myself i can safely leave them to the care of the Secretary of the Treasury. Applause or. St Aston. Of a retard Stanton or. Seward said Quot my . With him began amid the hours of de a overwhelming solicitude which of a a cd what pay justly be called an interregnum we occurred Between the election of Abraham Lincoln to the presidency in november 1860, and his inauguration amid the dangers of revolution siege and assassination in March 1861, and while Edwin m. Stanton was acting member of the warning administration of James Buchanan. From that time through All the period which elapsed until april 1865, when the siege of the capital was raised and the Fei us tragedy of the country was closed with the assassination of the chief magistrate who had saved it. I hourly saw and closely observed by Naglit and by Day the Secretary of War. I saw him or Gize and conduct a War of pure repress in a Resit a than any War which Mankind had before experienced. In All that Titae 1 saw no great or serious error committed. I saw As you All have seen the greatest mint any results achieved results which the whole world a red As impossible. Inhere is not one of those results that is not More or less directly due to the Fertile invention a auctions preparation and indomitable perseverance and Energy of tiie Secretary of War applause i have never known him to express or even betray a thought in regard to our country which was not Divizie. What remains to be done by exhibiting military Force in bringing insurrectionary states out from anarchy into a condition of internal peace Imd co operation with the government May be safely trusted to him. The postmaster general. To his successor or. Dennison we find a practical statesman who under the improved circumstances of our National condition is giving us special and Peculiar cause for satisfaction. He is promptly restoring the transportation of mails throughout the late theater of War and in that Way performing an eminent part in the reconciliation of the american people. Watchful of the interests of external As wll As the internal Commerce lie has of brought into action a new and direct postal line with Brazil and thus has Intro deed us to More intimate Intercourse with the states of South America. A year hence we shall see him extending commercial political and Friendly connection to the islands of the Pacific and the great continents that lie beyond it. Renewed applause the attorney Gek sral. I wish you All could understand or. Speed the attorney general As i do. I do not know whether he is to be More admired for varied and accurate learning or for what seems to be an intuitive faculty of moral philosophy. Only a delicate nervous system which we All enjoy but so Seldom Apreci Ite seems to me to furnish a parallel for his Quick sensibilities in the discovery and appreciation of truth. Applause firmer than most men. In Nis convictions and braver in his Hopes of the Progress of humanity he is never the less temperate thoughtful and Wise in the conduct of adminis ration. General conclusion. After Speal eng of All the in embers of the late and it resent administration he Saidt these Are they who were or Are Counselor and agents of the president of the United states during the event fail period through which Sci have passed. That they have Swaye agreed Fifon the first in deciding the momentous Knss tons Mth which they were engaged is not asserted. A Cal get which should agree at once on every such questions would be no better or safer Titan one Counselor. Our Republican a Stan and the political or it tem of a very free Conn to Rea tires if it a Quot my tirade of count Elor a at least an agr gation. Diverl of cd Ungelo but i do Milan Andes ii fid itly i claim that every important to la on of the adminis Melon a has been Wise. Imine Tain with equip zip no Ess and declare with still greater pleasure the opinion that no Council of governments Ever existed in a revolt tonary period in any no tion Wulc was Eit amp or More harmonious or More Loyid to each other or tir it Clef Imd to their Chi Nti applause ita Ltd this Council been at any Titiye la ils Amon less la yrs 1 silo wild the a have fired the Down a of tip been Bill. Andjus Ortgier it is. Thus thai think a a Coin Imd. Andrew foul icon i a be. A so in a a in a Poch in a Cwm in Titi res uni wit new spot m slow is Nenn Erth Eless constantly direct to wifi 4estniction of every form of Uman slavery and the political Equality to tall Meil. Enthis spastic and prolonged applause a new danger to the do my a re by the Northern democracy Are profuse of their admiration for president Johnson s policy of leaving the question of negro suffrage to be determined by the several states because they regard it certain that by that Means the negro will be permanently prevented by political disabilities from coming the equal of a Democrat. But Are they sure Itiat the Nigger won t get ahead of Triem after All ? influential men of the South pm states Are arguing for the full in Randii Anent of the Black men and it Nee it not Surprise the Northern Democ-�oif4h Mil to hold cd Fly a Down by the Aid of has old master. In Toines see we and St a he Inifi i democrats As a. O. P. Nicholson and foot advocating negro us Fehige. 3m Nashville Pregg states that l. Of Alabama who was Jeff. Do Vas a a a by Secretary of War and the same Gentil Man who predicted that the rebel Flag would float Over the capital of Washington before May 1st, 1861, declares that the negro s right to Freedom carries with it the right to a voice in Fra Iii the Laws which shall secure him thin Freedom and make it most a Efi cent. He argues that the Southern people have More interest in secur to enfranchised negro his just rights Thain those of the North can have and thinks the negro element must be first he a i ionized and equalised with the White before it can be elevated. Our democrats who lived in moral fear of negro Equality must look to the South lest they Are betrayed in the Camp of their friends. Thirty years and my re a tiv free Black men possessed of certain property qualifications were vote. In pm a eral of the slave states and the to of the Case Mil Force the Southern people to Grad he Fly restore the elem tiv franchise to that race As they become suffice ratio educated to properly appreciate and enjoy it. If our Home Dow crafts wish to prevent such a catastrophe they had better organize Emig not societies at once and people the Lut with men from their own journal. Trying hour of married life when the honeymoon passes Awa setting behind Dull mountains or dipping silently into the Stormy sea of life the trying hour of married life has come. Between the parties there Are no mor illusions. The feverish desire of Possession has gone and All excitement re ceded. Then begins or should the business of adaption. If they find Tivey do not love one another As Tivey thought they did they should double their assiduous attention to one Mother and Ibe jealous of every thing Wycich tends in the slightest Way to separate them. Life is too precious to be thrown away in secret regrets or open differences. And let me say to every one from whom the Romance of life has red and who Are disconnected in the slightest degree wife their conditions and relations begin this reconciliation at once. Renew the attention of earlier do you draw your hearts close together. Talk the thing All Over. Acknowledge your faults to on another and determine that henceforth you Wui be All in All to each other and my word for it you Shau find in your relation the sweetest Joy Earth has for you. There is no Oer Way for you to do. If you Are not Happy at Home you must be Happy abroad the Man or woman who has settled Down upon the conviction the he or she a attached for life to an uncongenial Yoke fellow and that there is no Way to escape has lost life there is no Effort too costly to make which can restore to setting non the bosom the missing Pearl. Sensible advice to which we May add that just in pro Poi tion As the be Gimier become agreed will they assimilate a of become As one in spirit and to resemble each other in body As Well As in my id. Again children bom in Happy anti Lovi Wedlock will be More come la More Beautiful More perfect. Chi ii bom in unhappy Wedlow it Are Lese a a Yor ably organi2cd, less Happus Disponett less comely and Beauty fill. Loving parents Loving children quarrelling parents quarrel ii children. This in to i general Rule. Die Refore for the Sake m posterity we Are in do bound to Keoltl. Vale a More am Abw not Ditlea Brit keep the passions in is Keetion. Pton of the niemans tar which to do to Quot know Onra Elv Quot and Mot liar to Jim the christain religion Farmers. Adam was a a Ernier while yet in Paradise and i a his fall he was to pm his bad by the sweat of is brow. Jot the upright and obedient was a firmer and his Toro. Endurance has passed into i verb. I we was a Farmer ant divides with prometheus the Honor of subjecting the of to the use of Socrates was a Farmer and yet wedded 40 his causing the glory of Hie immortal philosophy. , the noblest Boman of them a a it was a Farmer the found him the plow mid al led1iiin.,with beings that Itile in America. To King Tami 8mtt.unci fit a la Jig

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