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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - November 30, 1865, Connersville, IndianaIt. A a. U of a --.1 i. Quot i ----w-., a. A a. I g v. A a to a Liberty Union now forever be Webster. V0l16--n0. 6.connersville, Indiana thursday november 30. 1865. Whole no. 786. The times. Senator Bennett on the canal Bill. W the Indian Senate before East Lig Eye a a Avoir of the canal Bill senator Ashett of Fayette Union a Ali quest explained the course which he Lead Piura cd in red to that my an re a a tiie Ltd i it towing remarks when he came into this body at the la it session he had never heard of the Intel in of cons hic amp in a rail re along the White water canal. He Only Learned the fact when the Bill was introduced into the House although he had been in All parts of the District during the Cam he had found upon examine Tion of the journals of 1863, that his predecessor a citizen of Fayette county Well informed of All the rights of both the canal Railroad company the wishes of the. People in respect thereto had voted against the e 6unined the Biu Dos did not like its provisions because he saw that it conveyed to or. Lord All the of a fifes l rilege8 Al Anchia so of the canal without requiring of him a single obligation in re tim. He is to pay nothing agrees to do nothing. He is not required to construct a Road to any place or at any time. Nor does he agree to protect the water Power. He had then a consultation with 3ir. Trusler the member of the they agreed that their constituents were probably divided on the subject that they would Divide the vote by Trusler voting for the Bill in the House he residing in Fayette that he residing in Union should vote against the Bill in the Senate. About that time a was sent Here from Fayette to Only signed by the Leadis Inen of the county including the lessees of water Power on the canal asking that the Bill tie Defeated. Of Trusler in pursuance of their understanding voted for the Bill in the House. But before the Bill came up in the Senate or. Trusler who had been to Fayette county since his vote on the Bill moved in the House for permission to change his vote alleging As a reason a Flat the people of Fayette county were earnestly opposed to the Bill. Or. Bennett then wrote to leading men of Fayette county to ascertain the wishes of the citizens in every Case he was answered that they Opi used the Bill. Then he thought his course was plainly indicated. His predecessor voted against it the member of the House living in fax Ette voted against it the people of Bot i counties Lead remonstrated against it leading men had advis etl him to oppose it his own convictions judgment opposed the provisions of the Bill he had not heard a word in favor of it. Hence he opposed the Bill with Earnest convictions of duty thought he was fully representing the wishes of his constituents. But suddenly the people became aroused held Large respectable meetings on a in subject instructed him to vote for the Bill. He promised in Good Faith to do so with Only a protest against its obnoxious provisions. But b a Resolution of a Republican caucus it was re solved that As the Bill called the Morton Bill had precedence on the Calendar of the Senate no other Bill should pass until to iat Bill passed. He considered himself bound by that Resolution. He Lead been elected As a Republican pledged to sustain the financial measures of governor Morton he did not nor would not again sacrifice such a great Public measure for an j private interest even if that Pri ate interest was dear to his own Cople. Both Bills were lost neither party a a Elding their caucus resolutions. But he said when he went Home he met his constituents in Public explained his course they expressed themselves As fully satisfied with it but desired him to vote for the Bill As they were anxious for the Road. He did not like the Bill Jet but he believed the Road a great Public Benefit recognized the right of his constituents to instruct him on any such subjects he should represent their wishes on to floor vote for the Bill. Letter from Oija keva9a correspondent. timm. Austin nev., August 13th, 1865. Eds. Triau now that the. War of the rebellion is Over All armed Rich distance to the Federal authorities in the hitherto rebellions states has ceased it is but right proper that our National government should direct its Power to criisl4lig a Joel Eui in to. La in gains Plains. Poor Quot to Quot has had his a. A time i when As we Tola our fined in indians in certain pow wows that the great father at Washington had a rest War on hands with a Parr ton of his own children could As much attention to his red children As he would like to do that they must wait patiently awhile in the meantime by their own labor Industry get the own Quot Cheemuk Quot a that All bad indians who stole from the Whites who murdered White Inen Apier told wic Fuld receive punishment from the great father As soon As his War was Over that he had More soldiers than there were Salt be Bush standing on All the Plains. These other statement of similar import were put Forth to the Friendly indians. The bad indians too heard that we had a great War on hand determined to take advantage of it. Some six Neeks olt col Mcdermitt in conjunction with gov. Blasdale held a pow wow with the Shoshone near this City. Mcdermitt with a Small Force of soldiers was about to take the War path against some hum Boldts Bannock who were in Hostil it to the Whites were committing outrages by stealing horses cattle whenever opportune la offered killing Whites. Expedition against the indians. This state of things had been going on for a month or too called for a action on the part of the militar3\ col. Mcdennis his forces marched out to the Humboldt North of up the Humboldt River the indians falling Back As they approached refusing to give Battle. In this Way the expedition marched some three or four Hundred Miles but news has recently been received that we file out on a skirmish some indians ii go on col. Mcdermitt his skirmishing Force from a Willow Thicket mortally wounding col. Mcd. And seriously wounding two corporals the colonel lived Only four hours after i receiving the wound. And Here another Noble spirit has been sacrificed to Savage Ferb Cit. Col. Mcdermitt at the outbreak of the rebellion As soon As a Call had been made for volunteers in California tendered his services was appointed to a major s command. He had but recently been promoted. He was a Man of strict integrity dignified in his deportment a strict disciplinarian a True Soldier. He died in the vigor of manhood leaves a wife children a Large Circle of friends to mourn his loss. Effects of the expedition. The next Congress. There Are elected to the next Cru Gress one Hundred forty four Union itto forty democrats. The states that seceded have been in represented would have if eight members if Fwy Repfie rented. It will in Liholm the unionists a a Laige majority Over All. We do not tii Refore see the particular danger that is so vividly 1 before some of our contemporaries of the next confess falling into the hands of the rebels. The new York world now that the Al fiction. A ver has no anger any reason to pretend to be Loyal has the impudence to say that Quot if or. Davis a hound lie led to the scaffold to Morrow Ini a Dir id head erect with oaf fear of a stain of shame non his Rae oids in the conscious nest twit those who Sake at a have Biddix he. Led the Caum for which he suffered appreciated ii he sacrifice would la old his Mory sacred As a treasure to the solves a precious Lagrey to their what me count in girls Cheeks like French Calico ? because they Are War noted to Wash acid ret a their color. The exit edition thou not meeting with the Success desired on acc omit of the indians eluding their pursuers has notwithstanding had the effect of ridding the county hereabouts of marauding thieves murderers. If col. Mcdermitt was lacking in any qualification As a commander for this Post it was in possessing too much of the feeling of humanity Christian Charity. These Are qualities though ennobling to the possessor not Well suited to the commander of a military Post in an Indian county. He took some indians prisoners on charge of larceny murder ordered them sent Back for trial by the civil authorities. Among others were four Shoshone warriors who were delivered Over to one m. S. Bonifield As a special Constable who took to his one a. K. P. Safford to assist the delivery of these warriors. A Model Pritsk. How these fledgling functionaries succeeded in discharging their important duties is fully disclosed in a re Tum to the writ made by the special Constable. It is a Model return tells its. Of Story Humboldt Cockitt state or Nevada s8. I hereby certify that i Fez acted the warrant of arrest on the 22d of . 1605, by taking into custody the Witban named John Doe Richard Boer Richard Roe John does being four Shoshone warriors found in Erato by of Caplin William Wallace a a. 8. Army at Buffalo station in taid county. A. K. P. Safe bad is who kindly volunteered his services in aiding to arrest bring the said does Dunne Judi Cial District state of Nevada that after to at time they would kill All the indians they found. Quite a number took the hint acid came inside the lines the Bannock White Kunes mme. Of to Renee Shoshone staid out sit Tco then Hhas been Exi Terii nation As far As Opportunity offered. Lieut. Seamonds of Mcdermitt s command was also commissioned to take an Indian prisoner to Austin for trial but his prisoner so attempted to. Escape the bail of his posse s rifles Quot ranged High Quot or. Indian staid out. This same lieutenant with a squad of two soldiers an Indian guide went into an Indian Cambodia to arrest an Indian on a charge of larceny murder. There were about Twenty five indians present the lieutenant marched in his guide pointed out the Indian whom he attempted to arrest when the Indian resisted by striking at him the tier i a with a Dan ring weapon a of item Enron the la Eutez knt Drew his six shooter off came the top of or. In Djanji head. In his report he says All the of he of indians Sald he did right no hostile demonstration was made by any Indian present a few Days afterwards this same lieutenant with a squad of fourteen men went out to the head of thousand Spring Valley met a Hostie band of Rene de Indian when a regular Battle ensued. The lieutenant s part came off victorious having killed 21 lilians with the loss of but one Mai. But these Are but feeble efforts to quiet the Indian troubles. How to quiet the indians. The cd ily Way to effectually quiet the indians so Asta give Security to the Overland mail service to emigration is to Plant along the entire route within supporting distances forts manned with sufficient garrisons of cavalry. Infantry can do but Little in this kind of service. The Indian warriors Are Alj mounted. The Chi injury is so sex ten i to Mountas Riotis that infantry can March March but they will never unless by some Sti Atey come up to the Indian soldiers. There Are no set the intents where tie fighting is to be done nothing but a succession of Barren Hills Point zip to 4esei Plains. The air is so Transi Iai int that the faked Eye can from elevated positions take in hundreds of Miles. A person on on foot can see two three four Days travel ahead of him. This is ver indians know All the secret hiding places strongholds of the country All the time have their scouts out signalling the approach of troops. It was Only by a strategy that Gen. Conner was Able to come upon the indians some two years ago at Bear River. Some of the hostile indians four in number deserted came into Salt Lake Camp Douglas gave information of the whereabouts of the Indian Cash a. The general organized an expedition took these indians along for guides travelled Only at night Lay by in Day time. When approaching the Indian Camp it being in mid Winter always before Daylight a deep Ravine was selected the Snow dug Point sufficiently to hide the troops horses All gathered in burrowed up so to speak All Day using no Wood for fuel that created any smoke. They were thus enabled to come upon the indians at unawares. A great Deal is said about the government not subduing the indians but to one who has crossed the Plains it is apparent that the Small forces now there the widely separated posts Are totally inadequate to the service. Another plan is to gather the indians All together i. After you have them conquered break up their tribal relations carry them into All parts of the settlements apprentice out the Young Able bodied for a term of years the old feeble put on reservations. Why should ought to turn its Ergie to this great National work As military necessity. Let the Atlantic Pacific once become United by a Railroad ours will be a nation that May thenceforward defy ail the Powers of the world at once. It has been sufficiently Deino nitrated that in fortifications alone but Lite Reliance can be placed for the safety of a Given Point. It is in lines of rapid communication such As Only railroads can furnish by Means of which troops in in United numbers can be transported that the military strength of a nation is made to consist. With a Railroad to Salt Lake the mormons can never give trouble with a similar Road from the Missouri to the Sacramento the extremes t most exposed Post May receive the strength of the entire nation. Wbeck of the brother Jonathan. The California steam navigation Steamer brother Jonathan during the latter part of july on her trip upward from san Francisco to Portland Oregon struck a Rock about ten Miles above Crescent City Cal., sunk inside of went minutes. There were Over two Hundred passengers on Board out of the whole number Only Twenty were saved. Brigadier general Wright who had been assigned to a. Division of the military department comprising Oregon Washington Idaho territories with his wife adjutant Lieut. Waite were on Board among the lost. Those saved were the third officer thirteen of the Crew two White woman two White children one China woman her child. The sea was very rough so much so that the Steamer could not make head against it had turned was Hea Dukj for Crescent City to Lay Over until after tiie storm. The Rock she struck on is known to mariners projects some three feet out of the water at Low tide but it is supposed the Pilot was hot aware of his exact locality otherwise the Accident might have but did cd. The Bottom of the to have been shivered to 4>ieces by the collision. The Captain first officer had each lowered a boat into which a number of women had been placed among others mrs. Major general Wrights but the Bottom of the vessel coming to pieces raised up alongside of the ship she careened or rolled Over on these boats sinking them All on Board. Most of the ladies remained in their staterooms although All were apprised of the dreadful character of the Accident there was no uproar it was a Fate from which there was no escape. The Accident occurred during the afternoon the third officer with his boat rescued passengers Crew arrived at Crescent City a Little before dark. Mid notwithstanding the character of the sea other boats were manned sent out to the scene of disaster with the Hope of reselling some poor victim found clinging to the floating fragments of the wreck but none was seen All was quiet not even a floating spar could be seen to Tell the tale of grief sorrow so recently enacted there except the angry Billows of the surging sea. Long after Nightfall the boats returned having been unsuccessful in rescuing a single human being from a watery grave. Tis Lone on the Waters. When eve s Mournful Bell sends Forth to the Sunset a note of Farewell. Another Steamboat disaster has occurred in the blowing no of the Steamer Yosemite a vessel plying Between the cities of san Francisco Sacramento. The Steamer was on her downward trip had landed at a Small town called Rio Vista was posting off when the boiler burst blowing the Steamer s upper works to pieces seeding killing forty or fifty passengers injuring More than As Many Mok some ten of whom have since died. Some remarkable incidents of escape do coined. One Man was blown half Way across the River swam to the opposite Ottok. The Captain was blown ashore butt Little injury As were several of the pa88e the injured were conveyed Back Ramento where through the ministrations of the Howard benevolent society they were cared for. Personal. Major general Rosecrans after a stay Here of several weeks during which time he made a very Minnite examination of the mines of the Reese River Contay has left in route for new York to make his report which it is thought will be favourable. Major general Dana is now resident Here managing the interests of an Eastern mining company. Political. The elections of California one being for members of the legislature county officers one held afterwards for judicial officers terminated favourably to the ution party. The election this state will be held of the first wednesday of november is near at hand. A congressman members of the legislature constitute the stake. The Campaign is becoming somewhat exciting. By a clause of our Consita Tion the legislature was required to enact a registration Law which has been done by this Law none but those registered have a right to vote. The Law requires the payment of a poll tax of four dollars before being registered. The Board of commissioners sit As a Board of registration . Pass upon the qualifications of voters or parties offering to Register As a Oters. If they refuse to Register a person offering himself he May Appeal to the District court if they Register an improper person the same course May be taken. The democrats of the Copperhead persuasion complain loudly denounce this Law for the reason that it prevents them from double illegal voting but on pretence that it is requiring men to pay Money in order to exercise the right of suffrage. As the registration lists now stand it is thought the Union party has a majority in All Bat one or two counties a majority in the state. A. D. Ashley formerly of Monter Cal., is the Union candidate a. K. Mite hell formerly of Marysville Cal is put Forward by the democrats. Sta the. It is now cold wintry weather Woolen clothes sometimes overcoats Are in demand. But Little Snow As yet has fallen the weather Wise predict a mild open Winter. Hon. George Julian Harag decided that the negroes must have us right of suffrage the copperheads have determined to reinforce their waning ranks from the new element to that end we Are credibly informed propose to introduce the following Bill in the Indiana legislature an my Toa Mead an act entitled an act of Lotf to further protect prese Iive the Copper head party. Whereas As certain persons in on midst known As persons of african de scent fallowing the profession of Boot Lack Barber dcc., have shown of late by their cultivation refinement a jkeulioo4 of overtaking Assoc Ift Ting with dipper Heads therefore be it enacted 1 a. 1st. That if Miti on or Personis of african descent shall by for is hanging about Comer groceries Irinia bad whisky abusing the ment thereby imitating coppers ads such person or persons on convict Oti thereof shall be called democrats so. Treated As Stich. 2d. That if any coloured female of african descent shall so far forget herself As to receive the attentions associate with any Copperhead suck coloured female of african descent on conviction thereof shall be com embed to marry said Copperhead live without divorce or Benefit of the clergy. 3d. That if any person or persons of african descent shall be heard to say that Vallandigham is a blessed Martyr Oifer government a despotism that he or Uliey will not support Andy Johnson in his reconstruction policy thereby showing himself or themselves to be devoid of common sense Stich person or persons on conviction there of shall be condemned to subscribe pay for read either at his or their option the Brookville Democrat Rush Ville jacksonian it Ambridge City Arr of or Richmond True Republican May the almighty have mercy on his or their souls. October 29th, 1865. Quot procrastination is the thief of time. What better proof than the dates of this letter August 13th�?october 29th. When i commenced i supposed i would finish but when i left off i did not consider the Job Complete Laid aside the manuscript for a future Day but Day after Day passed i found either time or inclination wanting to renew what 11 a. J. Jihad been left i finished. The truth is Iliili Letl by Way of apology so far As it will a to go i had a sort of business Rush about roes before Bon. E. F. Dunne judge of 6th Judi id bring Miles a half on the Road when after repeat myself succeeded in bringing said defendants Almut three act mph Iouin in Ifni Danto mad Lite a i. Icer ted United Effort to release them pm from the civil Aab Britina. It became need Scarf to disable then. A fire with Henry Rifle was ordered for that por filae but on guns of flight the several balls Wieb we found it in order to rec afe Ummat Elf a Biti in a blast to Istal. He a no leave �?�7 ranged Kirb instead it Tard their. Means of conveyance we were com of their amp Odi iia Ike Sev a Laeva in who fell. 1�. S. Bonifield special Constable. Efforts to pacify the indians. The Humboldt to until has for More than a yer been troubled with indians who seize upon every Opportunity steal murder. Some three or Fiir Moi Jubi ago Thi sent Oti Cifor All Friend India is to come in within a Given tin it tit a a a erf. It to Quot a Lif Ness crime ? they Are As smart Able to work almost As any other class of people or at least As any other class would be to Lead the lives they do after a few generations. This plan is a rect by feasible. The re is scarce a Fanner in the West who would not take one or More. The ind Iuis would thus grow up educated to usefulness what is More would forever be civilized educated christianize. Prospects of the count by. Whilst we Are having no Rush of immigration whilst speculation is not running Lui whilst some Are com Puinti of Bard Fra 4idl Tilp ii it is Iafe to say that in m what is known a the Reese River mines the prospects Are healthy times Are even now reasonably Good. A millwright told me last evening that he had All the work he could do for this year at seven dollars per Day in Gold Cpin. Now that ought not to be a added As a poor country nor the times very hard where Miu rights carpenters can command for their labor six Seveta dollars per Day in Gold Coin. A great drawback Here As yet is the expense High prices of Elfei Ytting. Or supplies Are All brought from californian mostly from Sacramento Ami san Francisco. On every up ted of fire to the con i simmer Here Pilys Mehte seventy dollars a ton. These things a a conc now that the nation in at Pei to that time was Busy All Day had to work in my office of nights. It was a sort of Rich Streak As miners would say that came in at the a hanging Wall after penetrating downward a few feet went out through the foot Widi leaving the ledge As before barely Rich enough to pay for working. During All this inter via of time it would be Sayring too much having proper regard for strict veracity that not enough time could have been Spain to have done All that is to Home after this nor Codd it be in strip Etael so that the a Obj a Hiitter was never Lippi it to pro not s notice it Julta on save Pica a Ioris in the Pend ii Hist if he re Nally in Itro diced thl in Logne not to he Misund stood Sueh As Why Don t you finish that letter the reply would be substantially this it a a Haven of Liine bit Ammie pm is not so easily tii Irown off the a cake to amp a rejoinder Wourl be take tick Quot to Onieh the 1i�r-r�1�lnder would a twi t Tike Hiven t got wit lion com Init of larceny Don Wanti make a Cit Inin of myself to there could b6 no i better a conversation Woi ild end. The Boot Hub Jonathan i Satsey Ataik. Since writing with reference i of the disaster of tote brother Jonathan the remains of major general weight raid his wife came Ashor were Ideh tired a of last sunday their i Nufim we re interred in the state big Rye Poi of the Eil cemetery in scoria a nit prices. Flour is Selling at fifteen dollars per Hundred pounds potatoes at ten cents per Pound Barley twelve a half cents a Pound butter seventy five cents a Pound firkin butter Nevada 81.25 other things in proportion. D. W. W. Editorial use. But few readers Ever think of the labor care devolving upon an editor one who vastly feels his responsibility. Captain Marryatt says a Quot i Low How a periodical will Wear Down one s existence. In itself it Ai it ears nothing the labor is not Manifest nor is it in the labor it is the continual attention it requires. Your life becomes As it were the publication. One Day s paper is no sooner corrected print than on comes another. It is the Stone of sisyphus an endless repetition of toil constant weight non the intellect spirits demanding All the exertions of your faculties at the same time you Are compelled to the severest drug Ely. To write for a paper is very Well but to edit one is to condemn yourself to slavery common it it Surah ring say a re to writer How inc of Tetra Are at fit it All tiie Bride a Imp go info to Bemi Aried the of Conrail the Brid Emalda Oil Murm a Bee sue Lihty Ahi hot the fond Aidt Lilor a a fest Bie cts anti she in 1-1-Iom her diff then be fond Maimi Erie Beeance he think it s proper then All the he signs of a prosperous Farmer. We clip from an Exchange the Fonow ing appropriate observations on the Quot signs of a successful Farmer Quot we earnestly commend them to the attention of every thoughtful Reader when lights Are seen burning in his House before the break of Day in Winter especially it shows that the Day will never break on the breaking in of adversity. When you see his Bam larger than his House it shows that he will have Laige profits smal. Afflictions. When you see him drive his work instead of letting his work drive Bim it shows that he will never be driven front Good resolutions that he will Oer mainly work his Way to Prosper if. When you see in his Hou Fias lamps for burning card or grease instead of Candle Sticks for More expensive aet it shows that Economy is lengthening his ways to happiness plenty with that Light which should enlighten every our Mer in the world. When he has a House separate from the main building expressly for ashes a tid an ii on or tin vessel to transport them in it shows that he never built Hia House for a funeral pile for his Imily perhaps for himself. When his hog pen is boarded inside Andi out it shows that he is going the Quot whole hot or none Quot in keeping a of die As a Rule will never Mim a Hiance of eying a Dyben men cry to keep to a ladies Eom a Tsien the of Pew opener or to How Whai Donrose composed Exel naively of petticoats. But Alt these Nib Cal who make Nite a a Ligara of Eye water around film we own we never yet have seen the Bride Ooin cry should about As toon expect to see the Beadle whimper. Hama ii ends Tenor hinge upon to flee. iad want be with Lwft Aoa inside his door Pevert out. When his sled is safely housed in summer his farming implements covered both Winter Summit shows that he will have a Good Honse Over his Hei in the summer of Early life in the Winter of old age. When his cattle Are properly shielded fed in Winter it evinces that he is acting according to the scripture which says Quot a merciful Man is merciful to his beast 1&Quot when he is seen subscribing of a newspaper paying for it in Vance it shows the he is speaking like ii lok a meeting late mov i 1>r of a enl Are that he will Ixer get Wang papers to the laii4 of i vat life i e in Obj bus c. Kerb says my boy is a very Beau tim n of a treat in a Vei Nice me it put in mom to m it. Heiert to be Siyi it Ragin Fotiu log kit Olmre it Suddy Lily Lui appears letting a her patient veins amp Tut ional Coq it a Tive. Pcs Giro the in a Cit ii int Foai the Biship declared that tiie Wotty of the of Miry Quot old earm Theofi Liolio a Quot Iju a few Jeara. Jul inf from the Petrie to Price of butter they have com mended non a erg India already. At thirty we Are trying to i oar names in big letters non the Fri Ira of this tenement of life Twenty Yean lat to Wei have carved in or Bimi ii 6ur knt Tib. A a. _ ,. I there Are two directly opposite Lead sons a Lar a Mui sometimes Samiot get credit i it it he is because Hui is Noe known the other because key it

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