Page 2 of 19 Apr 1862 Issue of Dawsons Daily Times And Union in Fort-Wayne, Indiana

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 19 Apr 1862 in Fort-Wayne, Indiana and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Dawsons Daily Times And Union.

Browse Dawsons Daily Times And Union
  • dawsons-daily-times-and-union page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • dawsons-daily-times-and-union page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • dawsons-daily-times-and-union page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • dawsons-daily-times-and-union page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 19 Apr 1862 Dawsons Daily Times And Union in Fort-Wayne, Indiana. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Dawsons Daily Times And Union (Newspaper) - April 19, 1862, Fort Wayne, IndianaTimes i to 3st i q 1st daily times and Union. Wedged to turf Consul Nuon the Ralond and the to atonement of the Here let the the Brin tata unwed Jcj influence and mib ought by Gam. Below the Elbow also a deep wound in Hia s Ula. When the clerk demanded Bis name state a opened his eyes and arose from his Bod modestly and firmly pronounced his name "18th Louisiana a conf Der offic Cri was this Flash known from the Sims sol of Vike Ami Tineil peace it Flint n band War. _ and was borne id his Little j cot in the sixth Ward of the Hospital. This was the bearing of those had suffered in a Laj Cali or. I followed in and i could not help asking that boy if he had a father and Mother. When i propounded the question and i spoke for president a 1804, Gen. Ceo. B. Hec Biu of Ohio. For vice president gov we Sprague of Rhode Island. Kinmont of the Dekalb company j company a opt. Fitzsimmons. Col Baas is dead. We will Send a portion of Serg t Henry Campbell thigh slightly privates the wounded to Morrow and another train on private we will not leave until we have Vard company a capt. Stewart. We. Mclaughlin. Wounded Cut. M. L. Stewart hand severe thursday. Done All that is possible at this Point. Oar efforts have been ably rewarded by Gen. Love r Ion i i kindly he raised his eyes a tear glistened in to even a warmer climate. 1 hey seem to first arrival of Spring goods Woodward Young 0.10 us Lite no j it suuu1uci i f from the rules of red Tope and i m. J. Mcgrew Arm slightly privates Jas. Cis bile us Colvea a Ull Assort Benl 01 acted As humane or. Morgan. But Ney hand slightly John idler. Shoulder be a of it1 poo Yiv there Are some officers Here wt.0 ought to be verely a of . Very severely ales. Of i consisting of French american cloths and or. Fletcher of Indianapolis to whom we it n w. Kline ankle severely ser Are under obligations. They have departed i Geantt f Beuford shoulder severely clip. J. Great inducements in Purgatory and i fear if they not mend their ways they May in the end emigrate Safur Daj april 19, 1862. Correspondence. Evansville april 15, 18g2. Demi arrived Here at 9 o clock last evening and after a night s rest commen ced attending to our duties. I will Here say that i have never seen so much suffering in a few hours As this Day my eyes have witnessed. A faint smile for a moment lighted up his features and he softly said Here then was a youth bereft of parental Protection had been in veiled into rebellion against the government by unscrupulous men. They has fallen and it is scarce possible that he can survive the injuries Helms received. His Noble bearing and mild demean or amid the taunts he received challenged admiration. Enter the hospitals a id stretched upon cots in double rows with but an aisle be tween them Lay the patriotic sous of or coun try had been unfortunate in the struggle. The first one that accosted us was a Large Man from Allen county by the name of Campbell his breast was Bare and there was the plaster Harper shoulder severely John s Hall wrist severely. Company c capt. Bradea. Joseph Hart Frank Teal Joseph Longley. Jos. E. Braden groins and i hint very severely 1st Lieut Geore s. Have a sympathy for the soldiers and treat j them As though they were not human. I to see the Day when those abuse the a Timothy Baker leg thorny Given May in torn be ruled As with a privates Wui. Archer shoulder slight roil of and made to feel the just Henry Forbes win Hamilton nation of those Over whom they now tyrannize. Our wounded Are As Well disposed of to night thanks to the care of general it is leg severely Francis Hamilton leg slightly t. N. Cane thigh slightly c. Maggret thigh severely David a hews Bend very severely possible under the circumstances. The Hospi Ijas thigh severely Varr. I slightly , Arm and shoulder thigh very severely Clark knee severely we. Over the wound showing that a Large Ball had been selected without reference to Quah fica Lions but because of Politica or personal con or through the Importunity of in r i j tals full temporary quarters Are Lor them. I told governor Morton on Mon i Day morning that in the ranks of Indiana Reg bowels Tery Mients were privates Are Superior in Mili j company of capt. We taker. Killed Serg t tary capacity prudence and bravery to four j j Boseker Christopher s. Bridgman. Fifths of the colonels now commanding the wounded Corporal Jesse l. Adams Bot i Indiana troops the majority of whom have j hips severely Peter deck son Arm severely passed through the right breast yet he called i Lions b us recognized us spoke of his wound. To give Sider Riti you his words he said have Vioen we l thought Daniel Donavan foot slightly Cyrus Fike leg Mathias Esbel head slightly we leg slightly Robert Castle leg slightly. A capt. Silver. Walt we. Beau lord Nicholas Sau Guenot the two regiments from the 10th District it Lukl a Bloomfield Robert Burk , m. In the late Battle displayed bravery such As j Cramer. Terestea friends. Hats hats Caps cap.1 Mil furnishing oods clothing a 94 Columbia Street the vision and Are impressed up in the mind j with such vividness that time cannot eradicate them therefrom but with me in memory must forever live the dreadful scenes i have gazed upon. No Tongue or pen can describe Sci option however i win try to very faint idea of the suffering in tals in this City. His career on Earth for it is not possible that he can recover. Still he joked about the Battle cheered his suffering comrades on either Side of him but made no allusion to the pain from his a Little further on is an Illinois 0 f 1 nor a incl try a Little Truie Ull to an them for they Are beyond the Power of owning. A however. I will try to give some youth no he of a three Hospi Gash in the head caused by the fragment of a _ a Tav Shell that burst near him. After he was before attempting to detail the number of the wounded and the frightful character of the wounds i would premise by saying that our attempt to have the sick and injured removed b Ort Wayne will not be successful. H is stretched upon the bloody Field helpless he _ intelligent spoke hopefully of his recovery to us in conversation and if we had not suggested the impropriety of his conversing much would have told us the entire particulars of the yet these regiments j Are scarcely noticed by the and indeed one of them is still claimed As an Illinois regi ment and the papers not deem it their duty to Correct it. We not wish to puff these regiments. Their acts speak for themselves. The 44th had 475 men in Lino and lost can any other regiment present such a record the 30th lost in killed and wound Al 150, and did not arrive until monday. Still while the valor of others is praised these Noble spirits Are suffered to pass unnoticed. Pensioned re porters much to manufacture Treut men out March Harris left Side Patrick Ronnan foot severely George Carter breast 1 Jacob Favi scr head Robert s Murphy hip Wesley p. Johnson Samuel Hamilton j. Me curd shoulder h. Mcculloch Arm severely j Jas. Peter Cailey leg and Arm Clias. Broughton leg company of Lieut. carve leg severely. Missing Puri it few win resisted by the sanitary committee of India when told him we re seeking Zapolis and the officers of the army. T he hospitals will All be confined to the River towns they can in charge of an officer of the members of the 30th and44thr-giment.be pointed to a Young Man beyond him had received a horrible wound in the Mouth and Shields. Company a capt. Hickock Jacob Mishler. W. Dawson foot severely of Yary and some officers owe their Leston hips probably mortally Abram j season s importation. Dress goods for Spring 1862 300 pieces now into read ready for miss action pm a racism the most popular fabrics of this advancement to this and not to Merit. But Whitmore Arm severely shoulder we Erman loot c. L. Bennett a our country is yet in peril and i must not find i Lifcia. We Reva Idi Arm w. Piatt Lia Iid w. We arc Luijt Otto u in w _ it Bat the Tae reason i think is that cer from excess of pain was sitting upright in Bra e Roach persons Are interested in making Money j and said he is one of your men w e approach Laid. Lica Jullo attic Titt i to even from supplying the hospitals and Specula and recognized Young Nicodemus from our tin off of the poor wounded soldiers. Not county. He could not speak. The wound gave him a most ghastly appearance but he grasped and wrung our hands and his tearful told How his heart was gladdened by the being Able then to succeed in our first desire we Are engaged in procuring furloughs and j transportation for those of our sick and wounded Are Ible to be moved thus sending to Uera Home Aad they will be arriving daily. Some of them mar need assistance which should be rendered upon their arrival at our City. Many Mots Are anxious to come but their condition is Sueh that it would be unsafe to attempt to Send them Home. I know All Aie anxious to hear particularly about the members of the Indiana regiments. If i can 1 gratify them. There Are at this Point three hospitals and have nose about eleven Hundred inmates con sisting of elegy of Indiana troops. One boat arrived last night with two Hundred and another arrived this morning with five Hundred Aad seventh five. This boat had but few in eyes l of frien. Athletic Man writhing in the agonies of death. The Bull had entered his Side and passed through him he was in a delirium his eyes about half closed his Chest was moved by that spasmodic action which is the sure precursor of death his lips murmured something no one was near him. ,1 stooped to catch his words but i could not them. The lady in attendance upon him came i left her ministering unto him but Tro this his sprit has taken its flight. Still another had both legs amputated he smiling said i lost these cause of my country and regret their loss before i had rendered her More but Why prolong this recital my own heart diam Aas they were principally Ohio and him aches As i write and readers i doubt not our oi3 troops and about fifty of the wounded Reb j souls sicken at the thought that these Are Only Els some Othea boats have gone up the River instances out of thousands. All around in of the commodious hospitals the. I.u.1.1 in nip to new and Madison. Other vessels will alive this evening and during the night and by to Morrow am will be Here that it is intended to care for at the hospitals above Paducah. When i visits the boat this morning upon the decks of which Lay five Hundred and Sev Enty five of our fellow countrymen some minus leg and. Arm. And. Indeed every character and description of in a dying state lying beside comrades could not even though enduring themselves the most intense suffering hut shed the hit hailing tears of Sor Row for companions in arms that had preceded them but a few Days to the eternal world. These men were carried upon litters to the Mas Sive Hospital. Every one promptly responded to Bis name and the number of his regiment the letter of his company and the state to which he belonged some shot through the Large Bullet holes in the breast and head through the limbs neck and every part of the Frame vet though they lad remained on the boat three Days no murmur escaped their lips was no complaining. Some of them spoke with cheerfulness and As the Muscles writhed would press the injured parts and Amila As though proud of the wound received in defence of a glorious country. Heartrending As was the though the eyes of those Cal led to the spot by curiosity were streaming tears and i was not Fres from this weak Ness if it be a weakness for i confess that 1 would have been cold As Marble not to have been moved by the painful spectacle yet no sol Dier As borne to the Hospital uttered a com plaint but on the other hand they sought to cheer those around them. These men too were of All Ages the Man with Grey hairs had fortitude and the slender Pale faced boy of fault but bide lie time when Justice will be done those meritorious acts commend them to Public favor if i was disposed to complain i Siy that the late Battle or Slaughter As it May be properly termed was disastrous because of the mismanagement in Carja City criminal negligence and 1 fear the drunkenness of certain officers and but for the timely arrival of Bull would have resulted in the the annihilation of Grants army. When will the Union Loring people of the land have sent their Kindred to fight in defense of the holy principles of free govern ment and the maintenance of the Constitution arise in their majesty and demand that the army shall be led by sober men that pre Cious life May not be sacrificed and the cause of the country jeopardised through Drunken leaders. In the morning we will resume our exam in Alionso the Hospia a so that All in the Distri to is Able to travel homeward May be furloughed and passed to their Homes. You Are aware that i am never very lavish of compliments but i cannot resist in the conclusion of this letter remarking that the Citi Zens of Evansville Are doing their duty and Huir whole duty towards the suffering. List night several boats of wounded passed up the River. The nurses of were worn out same sad sight you can behold. Women a i by constant watching. The citizens Voltin Trio tic pure5 Noble a ended and kind hearted j furnished Aid and would have filled the women were there in Domestic and in silk in boats with nurses but Only the required num Ber were permitted to go on Board. But Why prolong this letter i close by appending the order of Gen. Hurlburt. His division saved the army on sunday. He kept the whole rebel Force at Bay four hours when All the other divisions had retreated and when All was lost fell Back in Good order bringing the Cannon with him. The4-Ith was in his division and never quailed. Ten hours they kept their Post and when Cut to pieces and outflanked they made their Mark by Leav ing three Hundred of the rebels dead and wounded in their front having been Lacoc h Huju Arm. Company a capt. Han Ley. Matthew Crooks z. B. Culber Tsujii i. Gingerich . Ford 15 b. Aldrich. Capt. C Hawley in right hand Corporal w. H. Phelps leg severely , Florence Buth thighs John t Urey Samuel Kord neck severely Samuel George Mouth a George Ham Ikon neck slight Kun Ordever breast severely John Lawrence Perry Mullen leg. Slightly reason , it severely Eli Rigby ankle very severely l. Pisan slight j. Vivier Mouth severely h. G. Shower neck slight Abel Cruson hand badly Israel Church hip g. Cole Breist m i. Show ers Bui linger he a John Dublin Greys in great variety. For Tiu Vei ing dresses new and splendid fabric Poi Mette plaids for Street and indoor purposes. Checks in All colors. P o p l i 1st a Woven mixtures. Good cheap i offer for Sale and am determined to close out my Stock of fall 11 wite8 Hook i consisting of dress goods of All styles qualities colons. And names also dark Cali Coes Gingham flannels velvets of Oil colors cloths Cassimeris jeans shawls paper Muslin coloured Cambric bleached Brown Muslin sold and extremely Tow in Amienee to make room for my Spring Stock. Cali Coes paper Muslin Blesi Chad Muslin i Offe to sell it the Hist season prices. I Hud a Large Stock on hand and am enabled to sell them cheap Kola in and examine for yourselves if you want Bur. I am determined to i ear out a tirely. To Nike room for an enor Inous stuck of goods. The place to bargains is at h. R. No. 1o1, Columbini Street. Appalled at sight of gaping wounds and flowing blood and amputated limbs ministering unto the unfortunate soldiers pressing cold a Baths upon their brains adjusting bandages smooth ing pillows giving them food and drink i look them Asen aged in this work of mercy and exclaimed when pain and anguish wring the Braia a ministering Angel the ladies of Evansville Are duing their duty god them. John it Efer has a very severe wound in the foot. He is doing Well and we will Send him Home in a few Days. Ezra Werden of Maysville wounded in the breast in not fatally l. Lightfoot in the hip waybill is wounded in the shoulder and i to Ink will not recover. He is from Dekalb. I will not give you the list of wounded you have them Ere this but this we find Cape. Cosgrove whose name did not appear in the published list severely wounded in the in. We win try and Send him Home to tors Comal by them. Louis truly w. S. Smith. In to Stew styles. Also a Ireat variety of Low medium fabrics it a to. Is a and ice Yard from recent auction sales which Are the cheapest nods we can till it. April Lig a. Def Ai Cougal co. 9-j Columbia or pct m. Bowser Mii cum Finger sergeants l l slight n. Osborn hip company i capt. J. B. Arbuthnot j. B. While Arm slight sergeant s. B. Evans a id severely Corporal in Zilph a Samuel i. Flaw leg. Slight Alfred Long ankle go. I lays irm Thos. J. Mitchell leg . Company a 1st Licat. S. B. Mcguire Corn a tiding Davis month severely s. Gorton Arm slight a w. Allen loot Jas. Alien foot a. J. Ii Init leg . Attorney and Counselor at Law notary Public. In b Irnetta opposite the a 1 7 line Bouse fort Wayne Gnu dec my . F. P. Kanc Lall David . Killed 22. Wounded 101 missing 2. J b Dodge Lieut col. Com. Reg e. P. Ens.u.i., adj. 3hth Reg i. V. Decal ital Friom. Kihei. Hmm Teil missing company a by b of go 1 3 2 7 1 2 5 1 total 22 9 18 7 13 13 25 7 5 101 to general order no. 20. Headquarters Roj qty and at the citizens Bank dec 5. Fil rtt bought i notice to ladies. Call the attention of ladies of fort and Vicinity is pectin ully to examine my splendid assortment of jigs sex skirts. From 5 to 20 Springs of the Best fabric just a. Cei Ved suitable Lor Young ladies and children from 3 to 20 years old. To be sold extremely Low h. R. Schwegman s. March def received i f bbl syrup 10 211 bbl a Tim a 5 lids Brown sugars smoking tobacco 2il kegs chewing tobacco also called Fine Kyo Ulster German soap Gal. Stone Ware the Best fabric Nide m the co Tinty for its equal in fort Wayne and 20 car loads More in View 10 bbl kerosene Oil warranted of the Best and nun explosive 3ho Gross gait s matches i bags Coil be 2f Boxt s Sal Eratus 20 starch in connection with the above 1 keep an endless variety of articles in my dry goods groceries Queens Are Wood Willow Ware departments too numerous to mention. All i live to say to m friends is 1 i keep for Side almost very tiling necessary for the human i Imily i Call the at mention of country merchants to Call and examine my Stock of goods. I offer i Good sell As cheap Asan House in the Civ by h. R Schwegman. H. Dealer in in and Domestic troops passed up the Tennessee River last night for Pitsburg Landing. There will be another great Baule there in a few Days the rebels have not retreated to Corinth they Are now within eight mils Sof our army Atid the pickets Are skirmishing. Smith. Eighteen seemed to bar his hard lot with the Sauffe fortitude borne along in i8 a mortal wound his bad dear with his blood the death sweat is my letter but having an Opportunity to Send standing upon his Large drops. His eyes by hand i Tiitu a few additional lines and Evansville april 15, 18g2. Wrote to Day and mailed to Send were glazing. At thedoor the clerk asked his name . Making a last Effort at speech he wished his friends to learn when he died to feb y uttered from Alabama 10th beg Mont gave his name and died these being the Only and the Jast words that escaped his lips and his spirit stood before Lia Tod. A Nineteen is car ried to Tfaye Doon of to Spittl. In his right these you will receive before those mailed. I have Only to add that another boat has arrived late Thia evening bringing upwards of one Hun dred of the wounded of the 44th regiment among whom Are lieutenants Sowers and Smith the privates is a son of Esq. Sweet wounded in the leg. He is a boy Only 17 years of ago. Among the killed is capt Murray of acting Captain Weh Are two wounds one and the other mar of the. Whitley if Cipy and acting capt. In rear of the heavy guns was formed Irot by this division. Let them remember that on the morning of monday without food and without sleep they were ordered Forward to re Force the right that whenever either Brig Ide of this division appeared on the Field of action they were in time to supp it broken links and to hold the line. Keep these facts before your memory to hand Down to your children when we conquer peace an i let it lie the chief Pride 01 every Man in the command As it 13 with your general that he was j at Pittsburgh with the fighting fourth diets j Ion. By order Brig Gen. Hurburt. Smith , a. A g. John s. Notary Public commissioner of jdeei3 and other writings under sea for Testate of agent Lor the Liverpool and London fire and Lati i surant paid up capital fire and life policies issued on favourable terms. Kort wave nov. 12th 60. Day 115 Columbia Street Iron steel nails Glass Mill saws Springs. Lubber belting Coopers carpenters and Smith s tools with every variety of cutlery March 29th 6 def to t or no. L 33 r Kingsbury to restore lost hearing quiet noises in the ear and has a Large mime of patients. He City references in required no. Or Ftp old. In its first Stoge that which in. The beginning a Giuld yield to a mild remedy if not attended to soon attacks the lungs. I. A Myers a d., physician and surgeon office with or. Sturgis Corner of main and Calhoun streets. Residence i8g, East Washington Street. Fort Wayne april 2, 62. Introduced eleven years ago. It has been proved that they Are the test article before the a Jukic for a the in and numerous of the giving immediate Relief. Public speakers it singers will find them effectual Jar and strengthening the voice. Sold by at 25 cents per bos. Co

Search All Newspapers in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Dawsons Daily Times And Union Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Dawsons Daily Times And Union?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection