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18 Sep 1862

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18 Sep 1862

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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - September 18, 1862, Connersville, Indiana To bids --ii50 a the . In Advance Quot iii Berty and onion now and Foreve a one Aind in8epar�i . 19 50 Arrab the expiration of the teas. A vol. 12 no. 48.conners Ville Indiana september 18. L86a whole no. 620. The weekly times. Terms�?s1.50 in Advance. Nov Flat Folk. I Babati the National of Ternent is engaged ill a War waged Agai oat by in enemies Toh avowed pupa a of and the our Begum ii of form of totem nent therefore. I Mcd. That a plot civil War waa pc sad upon the Craik by he disunion Date the 8�utheni sum who Arl now in rebellion a Moat the got froment that in us Para not National emergency we the people of Lodiana in convention assembled forgetting a former poli Ueal differences and Oaly oar Doty the whole country do pledge Mew Les Aid with men and Money a vigor Mia Para mention of the present War which is not being waged upon the part of our nov emment for the purpose of Conquest Obj ovation or the overthrowing or interfering with the Righta or a Ablahed institutions of any of. The states but Aupp Resa and put Down a wicked and cause Lesa rebellion defend and maintain the Rem key of the Constitution and preserve Union a blushed by our Patriot fathers with All the dignity Equality and rights of the several states unimpaired and when these objects a re fully accomplished and not before we bolts be the War ought Reade and that we in Vita All who coincide in these sentiments a Aalto with a in support of the ticket this Day nominated. Bese Laed that we demand and expect of a or exec Olive and legislative bodies both state an National an economical administration of Goveri costal affairs and the Poisl of fraud a Bat the government As Wells a fearless discharge of their duties. Tzc poised that As Long As patriotism courage and the love o constitutional Liberty shall be honoured and revered among the people of the United Sites the heroic conduct of the soldiers of the Union who have offered their lives for the salvation of their country will be remembered with the Moat profound feelings of veneration and gratitude add that we now tender them the warmest thanks and lasting gratitude of a every member of this convention. Bemm that we tender the 60,000 volunteers from Indiana our Heartfelt congratulations and Hail with Pride the fact that upon every Battle Field where Indian ans have been found they have displayed the bravery of patriots in defense of a glorious cause and we pled them that while they Are subduing armed traitors in the Field we will condemn the ballot Box All those in our midst who Are not unconditionally for the Union. Ai i stated before a Tow me tei or that there was no a Soldier or Offir of the id Lodiana cavalry who did not act brately during the fight Allatia. I was the time of the engagement sixty Miles Distant. I Hare not the slightest claim laurels which Lieut. Beck and his Brave Little band of thirty won i trisby did have still i am proud state Fiat i belong go. L of the 2d Indiana cavalry. The living of the regiment will avenge dead and a court of inquiry which has been granted will tear aside the curtain of deceit and allow Public gaze rest upon the infamy of those who seek disgrace us. Very respectfully you Fobserv i. D. W. Der Hub of second Indiana Gaya lbt Camp murfreesborotenn., september 2, 1862. Editor of the Connersville times dear sir on the 24ih of last month i sent you for publication an account in detail of the engagement which occurred in the Vicinity of Gallatin on the 2ist ult also a list of the killed and wounded and the names of All of company l that were engaged. Things have occurred since which Lead me of believe that that communication has been intercepted and did not reach Yon hence a second report which i make by transmitting you for publication a copy of the official report of Lieut. Beck who commanded a detachment of the company during the engagement. As i stated before the conduct of the company which represents your county was All that could have been asked the hands of veterans. The result of the engagement was lamentably unfortunate but there is no disgrace in such defeats and the Young men who died in the contest will Long be remembered As having fought bravely and died nobly in a cause most glorious. In the former report i allowed the dictates of Charity cause be write alone of honorable deeds the same time painfully aware of the fact that Stern Justice would cast odium dark upon the already a us petted character of the thing who bore the name of general but whose cowardly heart caused him tear from his a boulders the insignia of his rank while on the Field of Battle. would seem that thirty three per cent of Indiana boys left wounded and dead on the Field and a rigid and unscrupulous Observance of Efery order which general Johnson was Brave a dough sit the rear of his column and give from 8 o clock a. M., until 2, p. M., when a White Flag was sent through their lines prop rising surrender them a on get be sacrifice enough for a defeat a Hieb Beer could not avoid and which Foj negotiated for while they were Aoji a glazing. But not so. Oen. Johnson eur Redera himself up when he could have a a his Way out just As Well As any one else goes with John Morgan nominally a Pii Foner but really a guest and there in comp any of Jobo the commander of Ihie Vea writes a report Wieb John agr and in a Boob the two a Roh a Chandra is a distr too ube leg tent which did Muly All a pm fighting my Quot the Decimino. Lid Nakaoo which Bear Aile Timroy ,Lom of aim Tonta of All who Tolt in Iho a Raggl. Ofiu then tit Jocomo a Priolo of in fifty Days by gom. i Portta Sot Oett. Blu a Primo or of we Orold Dot make a Point of ully Baho flies Lottiev a of Briti the Light of Day i Fay idea and a Inge a adv Oil pied time the idl a a Iso Gliah in Goaga in my Lamia a Iasi Lodi omit Aad be Odelva Merf who by oame of Kiil us and Jbv a a a Are area ran a Ray two us of Batu with their cowardly. Bit Jim Nna Catbe. Report of Lieut Ralit Beck col. R. R. Stewa Nashville aug. 22, 1862. Lieut. Col. R. R. want commanding second Indiana cavalry. Dear sir i have the Honor report you the part Takii by and the conduct of my command consisting of thirty men in the engagement on the 21st inst., near Gallatin in which our regiment took so conspicuous a part. company was about the Center of the line being the fifth company from the right. I take pleasure in reporting that the men conducted themselves with the greatest bravery throughout the engage ment acting with coolness and deliberation and maintaining that order and discipline so necessary Success in All military operations. In the first part of the engagement ours being the Only regiment that i saw engaged when the order retire for the purpose of changing our position was Given my command was the last leave the ground and while exec Ling this order i lost three men two wounded and one missing and bad my horse shot from under me but brought the company off in Good order. In changing our position the right along a Cornfield Fence the company was placed on the extreme left but being Here exposed a raking fire upon our left and rear were again ordered change our line the left when great confusion ensued in consequence of the Kentucky troops becoming apparently panic stricken and unman a Gable. We succeeded however in Cangin our line the left when the order was Given dismount which was obeyed by my command and a few others of our regiment who took position along a Fence pouring a Well directed fire into the enemy s lines driving them from their position. this time a heavy fire was opened upon our left flank by the enemy under cover. I Here lost four men a three wounded and one missing. Gen. Johnson having Here left the Field and his whole Force Starling on the Retreat 1 ordered my command mount and retire. After Retro Ling about one and a half Miles our regi meant. With a part of col. Wyn Koop s command were rallied and formed in line of Battle. After remaining Here about Twenty minutes. Gen. Johnson Rode up and ordered us Back about a mile a Cross roads where the forces composed of parts of the and Kentucky regiments had been rallied. We were again formed in line of Battle and an inspection of arms and ammunition ordered which being complied with i reported sixteen carbines in Good order eleven rounds of carbine cartridges and one round of pistol cartridges. A Retreat being Here ordered by Gen. Johnson our regiment was again put in the Advance. After proceeding on Pur March about one and a half Miles our rear was attacked by the enemy when we were again formed in line of Battle and ordered dismount. But before this last order could be executed the rear of the column composed of Kentucky troops came up a full run breaking through our lines and throwing them into temporary confusion. They were rallied and formed in our rear. I now dismounted my command and deployed them in front of our line when they expressed More Fotr of being shot by the men in our rear a thy appearing in such disorder and confusion than by the enemy. As the enemy approach eel they were received by a heavy fire checking their Advance and driving them Back in the Center. The Kip is in our rear or the few of them i Taka i dismounted fired one round wheel in horses and started a Palmitate Retreat. Our men Contin a their fire until their ammunition was aleut expended and the whole line commenced giving Way when i command mount and retire a in As done under the circumstance of la very Good order. In the last action i lost two men missing. Having no order what do and not knowing that Gen. Jaansoo bad surrendered after retiring about three Hundred Yards Sylane through which Dor retreating Enoltt Ili bad pm i billed the company and., Sooj notion with Lieut Sanata Barass j3sii�. Of 09m a sides a sad a Lui All part m their rap Eotis a a tent Wiley slip present Foroud in Nui oing then emf Toaty in invites a fish Oor arbols form bad Goao. Jobs i Iby Mot a pm Spring is took up ukr Naifi in pm tfi9er, following their of of Oviers a sting column overt Sciog Atje Saon sad Maro Biag a to this cd Tiff. The Nett Hillh Vot All Cap aed. We have before us a letter from Lieut. We. G. Plummer of company a capt. Kerr 69th regiment Indiana volunteers dated Louisville ky., sept. . Announcing the arrival that place of himself and thirty six other members of said com by who succeeded in escaping from the enemy after the last stand made near Richmond in the late engagement with the rebels under Kirby Smith. This is More than an average of the number escaping of other companies As the regiment can Only Muster Louisville 229 men. The 16th regiment saved Only about one Hundred men. Or. Plummer writes hurriedly and does not give a very Clear and satisfactory account of his escape from the Oslej army and the subsequent difficulties encountered. His narrative is. However interesting running the blockade. The rebels sent a heavy Force of cavalry some three Miles in our rear completely cutting off our Retreat. By the time we got within a mile of their lines a lieutenant and myself succeeded in getting some one Hundred and fifty men together with the intention of trying Cut our Way through. But a a portion of Metcalfe s panic stricken cavalry came dancing along throwing us into confusion. A Captain of our regiment and myself then fell Back the Wagon train. In a few minutes the enemy opened a heavy fire on those of our troops collected about the train scattering them in every direction killing Many i think and capturing Many More As i have seen but few that escaped in that direction. The most of those that escaped broke off the right and left a mile and a Balf beyond the line formed by the rebel cavalry taking through Corn Fields and Woods. On reaching the Wagon train As before stated i found Lieut. Doherty of the 16th, silting in an ambulance who had been run Over and wounded by one of our cavalrymen. I think be was not seriously Hurt. The most of the teamsters bad deserted their posts leaving the sick and wounded with but Iem attendants except troops who were too much exhausted save even themselves. These looked us for adv ice. We advised them surrender. As would be impossible for them make their Way through the enemy s lines. Giving them the necessary direction the Captain before referred and myself thought to be our duty make another Effort escape and accordingly started toward a Corn Field which we reached and travelled about four Miles Over a very rough country when we were so much exhausted As be compelled Stop for the night. Harassed by rebel pickets and scouts. We Laid Down and soon fell asleep. Being wet with perspiration in Short time we waked up cold and Chilly and heard the rebels putting out their picket who came near getting us within their lines. We were up by Daylight next morning ready sure. The enemy Rode within forty rods of us while we were concealed in a hollow under some Willow Bushes. We travelled on until 10 o clock when we came a Bouse occupied by poor people who gave u3 something eat. And informed us that we were Only six Miles from Richmond and ten from the Kentucky River which we had reach and Cross before we would be out of Dao As the rebel cavalry were scouring the la entry picking up stragglers. Several times they came near getting us. And was Only by avoiding the roads that we kept out of their clutches. Of capt. Err d comps nor is Here also Gap. Haines Fand Lafe. Smullen of name company. Lost yer Tubino. We lost blankets Knapsacks trunks and All our clothing except what we bad on our backs. Only about one Hird of oar boys saved their guns having Crown them away on the Retreat so closely were they pressed by the enemy. Rabies of those escaping Louisville. The following is a list of mem1>er8 of company a 69ih regiment who have arrived Louisville. By 9d it. W. G. Plummer John Lindsey Cor. H. A. Zimmerman William Moffitt Quot Thos. Ketchum Quot William Moore a Isaac Scahill h. N. Burgoyne Charles Mounce syrd John bean Lycurgus Cooley ones Clifton Richard f. Cliff on Larkin cull ins e. B. Cox Jacob m. Davis William Dane James Heller John p. Hamilton James Hurt Benj. Johns John Mcphelin Joseph Mcphelin Henry rigor William Igor Joshua Small Greenberry Talbot Nicholas p. Talbot Thomas Goudy Henry Lowe John r. White John Strong Jacob Reynolds James m. Stone William Stewart i James h. Smith. List of Torii Luis awarded the fit Anital fair of Faye let county agricultural and joint sleek i society held sept. 2d, so and amp the 1862. 2 00 1 50 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 0 March id with to Salmi . Coils. Blok it. Com i tag co. In Lod. Can Soso b. Olds Iswulf i rss a in Obio find i fair men arrive e Lexington. We reached and crossed the Kentucky River on sunday 18 Miles from Lexing ten towards which place we directed our Steps. After travelling a Short distance we fell in with some fifty of our troops and we jogged along together. The next Day 10 o clock we arrived Lexington where we found about two Hundred of Wiir regiment and thirty of our others continued come in til 4 o clock when we were ordered Retreat from that place after destroying the government stores. By 5 o clock we were in full Retreat. In travelling 12 Miles about 69 men gave out and stopped along the Road and were no doubt picked up by the pursuing rebel cavalry. The division lost some three Hundred in this Way lie tween Lexington and Louisville the rebels following us nearly the latter place. Short rations. All that we Bavy bad eat Foj ten Days has not been More keep soul and body together been without Tunu and Camp kettles Sod have had live on Bard bread and Bacon with a Little Coffee made in. Tip a ups one cup each thres men. And having been on the Movo Sarly Tiiu a bad but two meals a Day for us try of a one. The Day before and. Msj of Abe Battle i Misad Fisk Law of on ii Ini we Mif his kor condition Fok log. fewest better a pm Ilia for bus a iou a Fulli without Antjie we ave 7 , of we. Inst l6bt e Llave wounded in hand Fick in Hospital Louisville. In quartermaster s department. Vaios congressional convention fut Striet pursuant Call of the congressional committee of the District of Indiana a convention of delegates assembled Cambridge City on the Day of september 1862, for the purpose of nominating a Union candidate for Congress. The convention was called order 2 o clock p. M., by Lewis Burk esq., chairman of the congressional committee. On motion Hon. Bailes h. Raymond of Wayne county was elected president of the convention. After a few pertinent and forcible remarks from the president Aslo the object and duty of the convention the organization was completed by the selection of the following officers vice presidents William s. Reid of Wayne county Temple Beeson. Of Fayette Geo. Johnsonbaugh of debt Ware John o. Hudelson of Henry. Secretaries Charles h. Burchenal of Wayne Joshua Holland of Henry. On motion a committee of two from each county was appointed propose business for the action of the convention. During the retirement of the business committee the convention was addressed by Hon. David Kilgore m. R. Hull and others. A the committee through we. Burchenal. Made the following report whereas no organization of a Union party existed in this District prior the eighteenth of june last which time a congressional committee was appointed by authority of the Union state convention Indianapolis for the purpose of bringing about such organization which committee pursuant said authority called a convention of delegates assemble Cambridge City on this Day for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Congress and whereas Ever since the appointment of Eaid committee a violent persistent and unscrupulous opposition the said action of the state convention has been set on foot and carried on by certain persons who Are opposed the organization of a Union party and Are determined keep up and maintain old parties and issues and by reason of such opposition some townships in the District were prevented from electing delegates while in some other townships owing great excitement prevailing in regard the War. The matter was neglected and thus All parts of the District Are not represented in this convention a but believing that the delegates Here present fairly represent the views and wishes of a Large majority of the entire District is therefore resolved that we deem expedient proceed nominate a candidate for Congress for the District. Resolved that the delegates present from each county be authorized cast the entire vote which their respective counties Are entitled upon the basis adopted by the congressional committee. Resolved that in this hour of the nation s peril becomes the duty of All Loyal and patriotic citizens forget past political differences and unite As one Man preserve our National existence and suppress the wicked rebellion which now threatens Overter it. And this end. We accept the de ration of principles adopted the Union state convention As a fair and Safe platform upon which All Loyal men of this District can and ought unite. Which report and re8olttti of were on motion adopted a the conure bit no on motion the con Yenfoo proceed ballot for Congress col. Quot Quot bait pkodvct8. Five pounds butter Rebecca 2 00 2d Best mrs. John Bell-1 50 a Quot a a Charles h. Stone. So Meti cae Ella Robinson. Is if bread by Young lady under id years of age Mary Jan Mccann. Gall till Maple molasses Eleanor Smith. Ten sugar mrs. H. Sparks Box Hokey William Webb. Nouk Stic . Cotton Comfort mrs. Eda stoops3 00 Woolen Blanket mrs. Maria parish2 00 piece 2 00 bag carpet mrs. Stephen thonias3 00 five pounds stocking yen mrs. I. Harris 1 00 pair Woolen stockings Martha Mcclure. 1 00 Quot Quot socks quo Quot \ 00 pair Cotton Hose Cornelia Arnold 1 00 Quot half Hose mrs. R. Pryor1 00 Patch work quilt mrs. Jos. Caldwell. 5 00 2d Best charityhandley3 00 worsted quilt Emma sparks3 00 pair sheets Sophia frostt1 00 Quot Pillow cases mrs. Or. Hall1 00 table diaper mrs. Ira harris2 00 towering mrs. Samuel harlan1 00 Linen thread Eda stoops1 00 variety worsted work Ella boots2 00 Woolen socks by Yonng lady2 years old or under g. Neitzenhelzer.1 00 Woolen mitts Columbia jennings1 00 fancy Kobo be work. Silk or Crape Bonnet Ella heineman3 00 ornamental Shell work mrs. Tatman1 00 embroidered ottoman cover mrs. We. Ems d foot Stool Nancy ,60 a lamp mat Rosa thomas50 Quot slippers Sophia Frybarger. 60 Quot infant s dress mrs. J. Bloom1 00 Quot chair tidy Kate krise1 do braided hair work mrs Joseph Caldwell 1 00 Beed work Helen morrison1 00 ornamental French embroidery Sophia frybarger1 00 ornamental Needle work not herein mentioned mrs. A. G. Smith1 00 washstand Mats Augusta mason60 gentleman s shirt Ursula carver1 00 Quot drawers Sarah bae50 lady s head Dresa Ursula carver1 00 Flowers. Basket Boquet Ella robinson1 00 variety of Flowers mrs. C. Stone1 00 lot of dailies mrs. Sarah frost1 00 Quot Verbena mrs. G. stone100 hand Boquet Flat miss f. T. ¿urk1 00 hand Boquet round miss Ella Robinson 1 00 0rses�?for Oil Leal pub posts. Stallion years old. A. Manloveu$10 a a 2d Best we. Fitch. J 00 stallion 2 years old we. Csok woo 2d bests train Caldwell. S 00 stall in 2 Veara old John t. Manlove.? Sjofn 2d Best John Bates hrs stallion 1 year old w. W. Frybarger. S 00 sue Kliing horse Coli we. Bennett 5 00 2d Best Edmund Wilson � 3 00 Brood Mare 4 years old John Batesjr. 10 00 2d Best Edmund Wilsonii. 9 00 filly 3 years old we. Cook. 5 00 2d Best Dan l Shawhan. Filly 2 years old John Bales or. 2d Best Jos. Caldwell. Filly 1 year old a. Casady 2d Best f. J. Hall. Suckling Mare Colt John Batesjr. 2d Best Zenos Powell. 3 0� 5 00 3 on 5 00 3 00 5 00 3 of Kis s of. Of and xakb8. In . Orr. Round for 6 00 3 00 is la 10 00 i 00 5 Oft gelding 3 years Joseph horse or Mare tried on a Rou heavy draught Chris. Del okie year old gelding Robinn Ismile Geld ii for Heairn draught Robt. Shie trained and mashed pm of horses mares Dick Murphy. 10 00 2d Best Robert Shields. 5 00 trained buggy horse or Mare win. Cook. 5 00 2d Best we. J. Err. 2 00 trained or w be driven by a lady tank. 6 00 trained gents Saddle Norse or Mare in m. Shaw ant of 2d bests Bob Watt . W of two year old gelding j a 2d Best a ii. L. harness. Stallion 3 years old and Over in Ben 2d Best. Train Caldwell. Gelding ,2 years old 0id of Daniel Shawhan. Of consolidate ods la up ill a v last. Our w manufacture so Wood work. Two horse Carriage j. B. 16 00 buggy a a. 10 00 2d Best j. B. Mcfarlan. 5 00 open big j. B. Mcfarlan. 6 00 3pring Wagon h. Shriner. 10 00 2d Best j. B. Mcfarlan. 6 00 churn John Quot Tate. 1 00 panel door w. Wanee a sons. 2 00 dozen a handles Eli Frost. 1 00 pump s. Adams. 3 00 farm implements. Two horse Wagon w. T. Dale10 00 2d Best John s. Wilson5 00 reaping machine Davis Lawrence amp co. 6 00 mowing machine Davis Lawrence amp co. 3 00 Grain Drill Davis Lawrence amp co3 00 Hay rigging Eleazer smith2 00 plow for general purposes Robmarks. 3 00 subsoil plow Robert marks3 00 Sod plow Robert marks3 00 Harrow Robert marks2 00 cultivator Robert marks2 00 Dlack Smithio. Pair of horse shoes Green. Woods. 1 00 mattock of. J. Heider. 1 00 Rifle gun we. Brumfiel. 1 00 leather work. Single harness Thos. Thistle wait. 3 00 Side Saddle John Casady. 3 00 castings. Variety of castings e. Mullikin co. 6 00 Cane Mill e. Mullikin so co. 5 00 cattle. Bull 3 years old Chaa. Frost. 8 00 Bull 1 year old l. C. Flora. 3 00 Bull calf Jas. Wilson. 3 00 2d Best Robinson Smiley. F 00 Breeding cow 3 years old or Over Jas. Wilson. 8 00 2d Best e. W. Shrader. 4 00 Heifer 2 years old and Over j. L. Caldwell. 5 00 2d Best e. W. Shrader. 3 00 Heifer 1 year old or Over j. L. Caldwell. 3 00 2d Best j. L. Caldwell. 2 00 Heifer calf Robinson Smiley. 3 00 trained Yoke of oxen m. Thornburg. 5 00 steer three years old and Over a a. W. Shrader. 5 00 2 1 Best Robinson Smiley. 3 00 steer calf la Ndu a one year old Robinson Smiley. 3 00 he Best Robinson Smiley. 2 00 patted Bullock m. Thornburgh. 10 00 id Best e. W. Shrader. Fatted cow or Heifer j. Wilson. 2d Best we. Cook. Milch cow Robinson Smiley. 2d Best e. Wagoner. Wivi. Boar 1 year old and Over Ferguson War lace. 2d Best . Heron. Boar under one year old r. Smiley. 2d Best we. Brumfiel. Sow pig John Stoops. 2d Best Jan. Baker. Breeding sow we. Moffet. 2d Best a s. Trowbi-tdge.,.k of. Three pigs under 6 months old h. Ferguson.i-. 2d Best we. Moffet Rini Polso so exp. Buck of any age we. Montgomery. 2dbestr John e. Ewe of any we. Montgomery. 2di Best Hiram Sparks. Ninou won let Aube Baclit of a Jinaga 0. Cd. 4 00 10 00 4 00 8 00 4 00 8 00 4 00 4,00 2 4 00 2 00 8 00 4 00 4 00 2 of 5 of ,2 00 5 00 2 00 5 9� Hon. Waltier Llarch bf.,l a in la ii ars re waived the following vote do a award �o., of not Ion ool Birkle Wili Uby iii my to a Naomi Nativid and a re Coan Nead pm ers of.tli9 i try via Rcd two of a so of fish is apse of Lii a a a Jiso cd oae redi a Kali. Tom Dritz 2d.beat�alf kvb�r9iv. T 08 e we of Anaf a in. Q. Poll. 5 00 logo we loud so bar pc of any an Suju a i aban. Amp Sqq cd by of i Wallet .t., 00 bwe of any age Broaddus 2d beat Elijah Laflax. A boy mrs a by by aet ii r. S w 2 00 a of 2 00 5 00 2 of a 8 of 6 of m 6 00 4 00 Lood 2d Best Ike . Mare 3 years old and Ove we. Iran Nell 2d Best Ike five suckling Colts Froni a no horse a Manlove Speed. Fastest trotting gelding or Mare Ike Loder,50 fastest pacing b. D. Woodmansee25 Asse and Mcl. Jack of any age Elijah laflan10 2d Best Sam l Lear Jennet Sam l Lear 2d Best James Laflan. Mule 3 years old a. Manlove. 2d Best a. Manlove. Mule 2 years old we. Cook. 2d Best we. Cook. Mule 1 year old w. 0. Mitchell. 2d Best Isaac Dehaven. Suckling mule Colt Enoch Caldwell. 2d Best t. Vanbuskirk. Matched pair of mules John Cummins. 2d Best. A. Manlove. Fiva suckling mules from one Jack s. A s. Caldwell. Fowls. Pair of brahmas Arch. . Pair of Duck Robinson Smiley. Fruits. Variety of apples l. D. Railsback. Plums Francis Edward Spears John Benedict. Peaches l. D. Railsback. Quinces l. D. Railsback. Grapes l. D. Railsback. All fruits l. D. Railsback. Specimen of Fox grapes John Spivey. Vegetables. Half Bushel Irish Pottos Zenos Powell. Half Bushel Sweet potato Edas oops. Peck of onions Rosa Stewart. Peck of tomatoes Albert Honeywell. Half Bushel beets Mary Rees. Half Bushel parsnips c. J. Bowen. Six Heads of cabbage Rosa Stewart. Three pumpkins c. .1.3owen. Three squashes r. Bulkley. The vegetable eggs or. D. D. Hall. Half dozen watermelons Sam l Harlan. Half dozen mus Mellons c. J. Bowel. Half Bushel radishes e. Wagoner. Half Bushel rhubarb Eda Stoops. Half Bushel of Corn in the ear we. Alexander Vrh. Peck of wheat Harrison Harlan. Peck of Rye Geo. Florea. Peck of buckwheat Jos. Minor. Peck of Timothy seed we. Manlove. Half Bushel Blue grass seed l. C. Florea native grape wine John s. Reid. Apple cider a. Shrader. Currant wine mrs. Philip Mason. Specimens of Daguerre typing r. Sain lot of engravings v. Leonard. Oil ground painting r. Swain. Currant Jelly. Miss c. Ramp was. Grape Jelly mrs. Theodore l. 6rifibs i bearing Fig tree Rebecca j. Lockhart Nische Tonart. Pin Cushion Ella Heineman. Pencil drawing Mary Watson canai7 Birds Mary Dale. Dental work John Doughty. Cherry wine Amos g. Smith. Variety of jellies mrs. Or. Mason. Brood cast seed a Dwer Thos. White. Geological Cabinet. J. B. Wesley. Evaporator j. J. Crider amp Leamon. Oldest specimen of Antiquity Sli pers one Hundred years old mrs. J. Arnold. Lapies rid Uio match. 1st Premium Belle Armstrong. 2d Premium Elsie Shawhan. 3d Premium Arthusa Banister. Boys Riding Martcil is Premium Frank Frost. 2d Premium Harry Piatt. 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By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

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Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

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NewspaperArchive FAQs

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Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!