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^ 'U'li OUR STATE POINTS TO DEEDS, NOT ACRES. VOL. 11] N E W [lAVEN, SEPTEMBER, 1864. [NO. II. T ^ B L E O F " O O N T E N T S . Col. E. S . 1'AUK 2fil Tli« Socon-l Conn. Liiflit 15attory PACK 2f)7 • The Constitutional Amendment PA«K278 Ciliviilry Illii* Captain S<iiiiiif<,—irn IJook, Sharp I'raftiof, 1 Ionic Infliieno- Tlic Fifth K«Kiment The Twciit\ I'irMi U. >riiii< iit Tiie Sixt.M-nth Ucuiint-til The Seveiitccntli Kegiincnt,. 267 201 The Twentieth RpKinient 2rt8 , 2tU Tiie Fifteotith Rpiriment 2t)9 261 The Firnt Conn. Cavalry 260 ; 265 The Second Conn. Artillery, 271 265 Sanitary Fair at Hirniina^ham 272 26(5 Urid^jeport Soldiers' Aid Society 272 Tlie Presidential Election 273 Personal, (Offlcial,) »74 Casualties, (Official,) 274 The Wadhani Brothers 276 Reijiniental 277 Editorial Column 278 Husiness Column, 278 B O O K S AM> S T A T I O N E R Y . ] ' • p i l E snhsrrilicr li.is constantly on hand a full snp- ^ X I'ly oCevcrvthiii)^ in liis liiu) of l)iiHlni;!<s, at the ' I'lWust pri<'< ». lllank iJookt inado toonli r, at bliort | ii'.ticf!, and a full utock on hiind. School Hooks of i all kinds. All tin! new Idiokn rcceivt-d ait soon as | piilWiHliud. A cull ia rt•^l>ecttlllly solii itcd. . I . . K. m r . w , 11 .\Hyluni .Slrccl, liurtford, Conn. 3 T 3 & 3 7 6 m a i n S t r e e t , H a r t f o r d, ^ DKALEU IN Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Wholesale and Retail. Manufacturer of Cloaks, Mantillas, Umbrellas and Parasols. Umhrollas and Parasolss re-covered and repaired ot short notico. Headquarters for the N e w England F a n c y D y e Works. ESTABLISHED IN 1822. LEE, SISSON & CO., Wholesale Druggists, HARTFORD, CONN. Mcdicine^ Window Glass, Paints, Oils, Kerosene, Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes, offerea to the Trade at the lowest market prices. Orders by mail, or otherwise, faithfully attended to. AOKNT FOR THE WILCOX ft GIBBS SEWING MACHINES, A L I M I O N S O T I I I L L, DRAPER AND TAILOR, A nd Jeah r in GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, No. 4 3 0 Chapel Ntrect, Opposite th<- State //oiae, AVui Havrn, Conn., ^ HI-:* ;S h ave to n ooiiiniend to his ].!itroiiK, and the The simplewt, easiest run, least liable to get out of tiiildic in i^<'ncral, lii!* htock iif an oiitcnsive varie-; , r i.- • »» i IV oi'tl.e lat. nfund rid.eM ntvl. s of FUKXCII AND order of any mnchme m t h e market. l-;N(;idSlI TLoTIiS, CASf.MKKKS AND VEST- ' The FLORENCE MACHINE can uow be seen at I I . C. RANSOiTI'8. It mnken four different stitches. The Lock, Knot, Double Lock and Double Knot. It ha» the reversi-ble feed motion, which runs the work either to the rifc'ht or Ictt, will stay any part of the 8Lam,or fasten the ends without tiirninf? the fabric. In fact, it is the only perfect Shuttle Machine ever made. Please I,\<;s, topcfther with a jrcnerai assortment of Fl'H-XI. SlH.Nti (;00DS, consistini; in part of Sliirts, .Stocks, Paper <'<.IIars aii.l Wristbands. Travelin« Shirts, Ties, Canes and rinbrellas. Collars, Scarfs, Pearl and Ivory Initial Sleeve Muttons and Studs. Wrapi>ers, Scarf Pins and Hin^s, Drawers, Silk and J.iiii ii llmi'lkendiiefs, Susptiiders, Woolen and Cot- •ks, MuHlers, Cloves, (Jauntlets and .Mittens. Phulon Son's Kxtraet of thu Xij.'ht Hloom- R. S. DE LAMATER, P H O T O G m A P H E H , 3 5 8 m a i n §treetf Old nnd faded Am-brotypes and Da-guerreo-types copied in the best manner. HARTFORD, CONN. PostOfflco, toll S'K' in;^ CiTijas. P E N S I O N S , BOI'NTV and AKKKAKS OF PAY for diseharKed soldiers, and KELATlVLb of dceeaised ollieers and soldiers, by I I K N U Y KOOUR8, Attorney at Law, and ;roverniiient claim and pen- (•ion ii(r<-nt. _ OHiee, 7 LetJiiiu'Wi ll Hiiildintr, l.'.a ("hurch Street, corn«!r of ('oiirt, Nitw Haven, ( onn. Li tfi-rs of iiKjiiiry an-win d. licfcn nee, bv )n rinission, to Jlon. Ileiiry Dnttoi,, .Iud(.'e Supreme Court. Il'in. Thomas B. <)^b^>rne. P. .Jcwitt, Siir;.'.oii U. S. A. (leor^e II. Watrxii^, Ksq. THE ONLY PLACE IN NEW ENGLAND (Out of UoituD,; where tlio I ( > M A K I isr c> is made a specialty, is at WEILDON'S, 842 Main Street. Hartford, (^onn. Tiio Btf>ck of Wij^s and Hair Work beinx larpc, persons from a distance can alwap be fitted. Prices low< r than in New York, and Good.s better made. Mail your orders. nrocured While we have a full stock of Spring Dress Goods, Cloaks, Silk Garments, Dress Trimmings, Buttons, Hosiery, Gloves, &e., our attention just now ia turned to COTTONS, LINEN DAMASKS, TABLE CLOTHS and HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, slightly damaged at the Great Daane Street Fire, Which we arc oll'ering much less than the price of perfect Goods. For particulars, see Hartford papers. H. C. RANSOM, n72 and 37•» Main Street, Hartford, Conn. S T E A M P R I N T I N G S l i x jr. IX. fiMe Huili/itiff, corner Church and Chaptl Streets, Xew Hinen, Conn. f F " Pamphlet!, Sermons, Catalogues, Cirenlars, Bill Heads, Labels, Cards, and everything in the Book and Jobbing line, neatly, cheaply and expedi-tioasly printed, at short notice. THOMAS STEELE & CO. DEALKRS IN FINE IMPORTED AND AXEBICAV RICH SILVER WARE, DURABLE PL.\TED GOODS, PLATED TABLE CUTLERY, HOUSEKEEPING GOODS OF ALL KINDS. FRENCH AND YANKEE CLOCKS, Ac. Watches thoroughly repaired by ex-perienced workmen. 340 Main Street, Hartford, Conn. CHINA HALL, No. 8 Central Row, Hartford, Conn. H. W. GOODWIN, Wholesale and Retail dealer in China, Glass and Eartlien Ware, Gas Fixtures, Kerosene Oil and Lamps. House Furnishini; Goods, Ornamental Iron Work, Willow, Wood and Tin Ware. Wholesalo buyers. Housekeepers and Hotel keepers are invited to examine our stock. Eddy's Patent Kerosene Stoves at maker's prices. f t HMHIIKi* HV .MOUKIS A IIKMIAM, 2 (il.KIlK lil-'IMIiMJ ; PUINTEn HY J. 11. IJKXIIAM, GLEBG lUTIl.DlNU, NEW HAVEN, CONN.
|Title||Connecticut war record, 1864-09|
|Subject||Connecticut -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Newspapers; New Haven (Conn.) -- Newspapers|
|Description||Frequency: Monthly; Publication dates: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Aug. 1863)-v. 2 (Aug. 1865); Notes: Includes an "extra number, with analytical index" issued Aug. 1865|
|Contributors||Morris, John M., ed|
|Collection||Newspapers of Connecticut|
|Source - Location||Connecticut State Library microfilm, AN104.N6 C6692|
|Relation-Is Part Of||Series title: Connecticut military newspapers, 1862-1875|
|Publisher||Peck, White & Peck, 1863-|
|Rights||Digital Image © Connecticut State Library. All rights reserved. Images may be used for personal research or non-profit educational uses without prior permission. For permission to publish or exhibit, see Reproduction and Publication of State Library Collections, http://ctstatelibrary.org/reproduction-publication/|
|Title-Alternative||The Connecticut war record|
|CONTENTdm file name||1636.cpd|
OUR STATE POINTS TO DEEDS, NOT ACRES.
VOL. 11] N E W [lAVEN, SEPTEMBER, 1864. [NO. II.
T ^ B L E O F " O O N T E N T S .
Col. E. S . 1'AUK 2fil Tli« Socon-l Conn. Liiflit 15attory PACK 2f)7 • The Constitutional Amendment PA«K278
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