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  • Thursday, April 16, 2015 3:00 PM
    April 4, 1865: JOLLIFICATION! TURN OUT TO-NIGHT! Let all Rejoice!  Illumination! Come out with Torches!

     
  • PEACE & TRAGEDY
    Courier Staff Report
    Friday, April 10, 2015 3:00 PM
    A program to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War and President Lincoln’s assassination finds the perfect home on the steps of the Lanier Mansion tonight.

     
  • Tuesday, March 31, 2015 3:02 PM
    March 3, 1865, Hugh McCulloch. The New York Tribune thus flatteringly notices his appointment: “We understand that the President, after a full and free conference with his friends in and out of Congress, has concluded to appoint Hon. Hugh McCulloch, of Indiana – now comptroller of the Currency – as Secretary of the Treasury, Governor Morton having persisted in declining the post.

     
  • Saturday, February 21, 2015 9:03 AM

    February 3, 1865

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  • Saturday, January 24, 2015 9:01 AM

    Washington, January 17 – The Navy Department has received the following from Ft. Fisher, Jan. 15th, 1865, telegraphed from Ft. Monroe: To Hon. G. Welles, Sec’y of the Navy:

     
  • Saturday, December 20, 2014 4:00 AM
    December 5, 1864

    Madison claims the honor of being the home of the youngest veteran - Johnny Messick, just discharged with the 42d Indiana, in which he served three years as a drummer. He is now but 12 years old. His father, Lt. Jacob Messick, of the same regiment, was captured at Chickamauga, and is now a prisoner of war at Columbia, S.C. The boy is now at the house of Capt. Stineback in this city.

    December 10, 1864 
  • Friday, December 05, 2014 10:00 AM
    Nov. 8, 1864: The meeting at the Court House last night was well attended, and went off well. The first speaker was Major John R. Cravens, who showed up in its true light the exceeding foolishness and falsity of the assertion that the war is a failure. 
  • Saturday, November 01, 2014 5:00 AM
    Oct. 3, 1864 - Bailey & Co.'s Great Show - The Colossal Combination Exhibition of Messrs. Bailey & Co., advertised to exhibit in Madison on the 6th inst., will present more varied attractions than any which has traveled. 
  • Monday, September 29, 2014 11:00 AM
    New York, September 2: The Herald's Mobile correspondent says that on the morning of the 23rd, Captain Taylor, bearing a white flag and accompanied with 40 men, marched out of Fort Morgan, carrying a small sail boat, with the intention of going to the flag ship, three or four miles distant, with a note from General Paige proposing surrender... 
  • Wednesday, September 03, 2014 11:00 AM
    Mr. Editor: The 8th Ind. Cavalry with nine other regiments, including the 2d and 4th, left camp on the 28th of July and crossed the Chattahoochie river, 35 miles south of where the M & C.R.R. crosses, and marched to the Atlanta & West Point R.R., seven miles of which they destroyed, then on to the Macon R.R., destroying four miles of it, also 300 wagons. 
  • Monday, August 04, 2014 11:00 AM
    July 1864 - To show the trouble that some of our neighbors over in Kentucky are still having on account of guerrillas, a friend has permitted us to extract a few lines of a private letter received from Springport, Henry County, dated June 27th, as follows: 
  • Saturday, June 28, 2014 5:00 AM
    June 3, 1864

    A number of disorderly soldiers got up a row at Mrs. Kiser's corner Main Cross and Plum streets, about four o'clock yesterday afternoon. The patrol guard tried to arrest them, but they resisted, and attempted to get out of the way, when the guard fired upon them. Report says one of the shots took effect, slightly wounding one of the soldiers. It appears that too free indulgence in strong drink occasioned the fuss. The men had just been paid off, and some of them had been making bad use of their money. 
  • Saturday, May 24, 2014 5:00 AM
    May 5, 1864: The ladies would inform the merchants of this city that there are thirty young ladies who have volunteered their services to take the places of those young men who volunteered, or desire to do so, in the service of their country.... 
  • Monday, April 28, 2014 11:00 AM
    April 8, 1864 - Gen. Sheridan: General Sheridan, the newly appointed chief of cavalry at the Army of the Potomac, is, as his name indicates, of Irish descent. 
  • Saturday, March 29, 2014 5:00 AM
    March 3, 1864

    We have one "institution" that is most decidedly a credit to our city, and that is the Madison Hotel. It is undoubtedly the best kept, as well as the most commodious and comfortable hotel in the State.

    Evidently our friend Kirchner "knows how to keep a hotel." Whilst at Indianapolis the other day, several of our former citizens expressed to us the wish that the Madison Hotel might be transported to that city. Well, Indianapolis can't expect to be ahead in everything. 
 


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