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ANJ) BLOOMSBURGr GENERAL ADVERTISER,
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"TO HOLD AND TIUM THIS TOitOII OF TRUTH AND W WE IT O'Htt THU DARKENED EARTH."
LEVI L TATE, EDITOR
TERMS: $2 50 IN. ADVANCE,
VOL. 19. NO. 2.
BLOOMSBURGr COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1865.
November 7th 1801.
rcat Trunk Lino from llin North find
North U'eat fur I'll I t.i.l.' till (; . Now-Vorl;. IMnl
inir. I'utini llle I ,t l d i ii , Allfiiimvii, i;.i.t,iti, nr.. ie.
Trillin Ifii t c Miirrl'liiir!.' fur New-YorK, n fo'l'ius
Al :i iiij and s. 1,1 A. SI. anil U.i I'. M iirrtviiij! nt
Vurk lit 1(1 A J1 mill l.i) and III 110 I'. 1.
The iilinvt' rlll'iiei 1 Willi h l ill I 111 r Tr.inii. mi llin P Mil
sylvanla Kali l!,,a,l, and Hlei pini! Cats nit milium)' 'he
llr-t ttvn Truin, lyilliuiit i i,'iii!i',
lie, IV li tr I!) uliinr. I'uttnv llhi.TuineMda' Mliiel
AIleHtmvn, himI I'l.il.nk'liil In ul H. 5 A. At an,
At., f"' , I iil ni I,' l, men ami principal Slnilnu
Way 'i'r.ii .a ..luppi nt nil point nt 7 I'i A
I III I'. M II. inriiiiiu i.envo New Wirk ut ') A
lliinll, .iiul 7 mi I' ,M I'llltadetpllla, III H A. Al'
I' .Mi I'mi-mlli al H.iO A. .M.nml $M V. ,M 'I
nlH.lliA M. nod'J.151'. M nml ItpnOiiiL' nt l'j li
7 :n nn.i ia.tr, a. m i.:h and iiul i', y. .
Uenilioi An mnodatimi Train i Leaver, ltitai 1
;'ll A. .M ri luriiliii; fnim Philadelphia at I.3J 1'
t.'uluinhia It .t 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 'J'r.i i i ,i leac Mending ut
II A M. Inr liplirata, I, ill?., ('nlimibia. fcc.
Dii rmiiilny., ; t.ri vo New-Vurl: at 7 L' .M., I' '
tihi.i :t.l5 I' M I'litlM-llli' "..HI A.JI , .Tjiu.i'iur.
Jliirtlflmij f t.i A. M . and lijaillng nt N uii.l .
1 1 1 n
I liirr jlii i if. i (
I'muiuutnlinu, Mll'1,11", H .yiiii. .fcLu'il, ami Ciriir -s
inn Ticket ti and (ruin nil point a. at ledtmed half h .
II.i'.m'!!' tliL'iki'il llimiili ; fit (iniinila all itti.il i'.'iiIi
, i, A. NH'OI.L. ,
, . .. tlkticrat StiptriHltm'!!.
Hfitilvn. I'.i. Nnv 2il. Mi(.
Revised Fee Bill of the
Columbia & Montor Cdnnfy
JANUAUY 1-t. lSfio ;
oidni.iry Vi-lt In Tii w ii,
: ti h .iddllicuul ml, mm
J'l it". I" 31.U'1
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511 n iil.
3 1. nil
J 1. 1 nn
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l:.n Ii n lilillnii il ran- In lamilv
i.niititri "I inn n,
Ordinal) i-it nut ul'tnun within
, iini' mile, ....
I; irli adiiiliiui.-iMnite. nr I'lai li.m nf n
iniln, np In m mil,'!,,
llli'in;; ,il nilil ,iml pr 'rMiini;
l-ll al main ilmilili' Ih U.iy i Lit
i ii!iiniy i ii' nl' I'.ului lliuii
llwltilnl nt, it iiihij, anil otili ,m ru
Hi liv itiiik I'lar.'nt.i, ....
.Ill alter alli-inlaiii '. mnmlin tn
nr iimIiii i rv i.il''i. p' r .t.
lli'itutliuu ul I'i.h ttr" .'c I. ux iti iih,
Aliiitltatlnii i.l l.c'J nr Arm
Aml'i'l ali'iii nl li n i' r nr 'I'u',
il,.T,i'l,,n jnr II ir, lip,
t M Ulmi ill 'l'"il'i'' .
Jntn ilni turn t'alln I I
I'n t limit ' ninirn lor fiitiiiliT
U II fit ll .it I ON M llllill I lllt nltli'n,
Ufiim Tim'iir in A- ii''
.-pi i nlt'in V.tyiii'il lit. iiuin, inn i,
.Mi iln inc in .'II aii'j i A I ra.
.hiiii.iry 7 lci"
in. li I tn i ',H I'd
n i sin.iiii
Siii.di t,i io.no
flii.nii i itr, nn
ein.lill tn ; ii.lill
'.nil 1 1 Vi.nn
"n.nii'i' i. n.iiii
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r,il, pilkl'll Ml FIV illll M-llt iiii-IIIh cinnhli(h-l. fntcil to
(.tin i .in I pl.ini'li ', pni'lin i .-i j in i'X n I I nia"i'i nf
H ctn t (iiinl, i aU 0 An ali.i, lin Ii ill ,ili n ",,"''p
llyt'i'l"! I In v nf .1 ! .tiitll'.il ami il,ir.i!ii .t f.ilul
fi.lil, .n, I nn" all 'fl."l at n,'- 'ii'lllll Hi i ,,.t. 'I i i .n
Is I,, ail II lull ili'.IJlli'.I.H llil I'.i n, I an I -III , 1,1 I,, n mi,',
w iih I', t -ii! I'iiIi I'm. an, I ruii.iv ,1 in in rut ljli'
nl 1'if i. ih hi. il, mi lli'M lluiitii,;' l."vi'rs ami n t.-.tili
ll ini'i-niui' an I ilctiatili, ami mi i-Xfn I an i hi ilmu i,f
I'lllil, ,l III ill IV ,1 1 llimi. 'I'll" 111 IV -Ill l I ii .1 II 1
Imtilli il liy Iln' ut II kliniwi -I Jim, -i W'.iIIl'i I iu,pan
n l.uii'p ,' ami ,ii n iipi'rlily Hnii.li il It i in,' wr'-i
(alli'i... I.irti y i al ml lri I "-' 1. a liiiln!.' rce nLmr I'll
1 1 1 , 1 lial.nir, il. anil t lin inipniM'il inhy ii.jn I ,1 ;n ii,,i,
nil l.i',' ili.il an, I hK, I, 'tun Ii in l, ,in,l Inn ,mt -il a
Ciiml turn' k,'i per. 'I'll,"., ualrhr ai'Mlf:hr'i ititl r
Hit '!. '. Ill ' -m.llli'l Ii ins! I 'l I. nil .,nnl in, 'all
11,11,11,1.' I ,1.13 A l .til. nl -it, will Im d,,. ,,' n, i,
rApn i., nr alii no. A nnji i. 'lit In an ! ml
Miiii.ini n "! I'm S.'.i 0,1 ; will r-.i. ill) i.HI lur iiini'
tllin lll.'ll i t'fl V .11 1' lll- R"l'' .lyimt. I'itHii. -ilrli
In Ih,' 1 I, it,', I HlaW, ami i M nn' rnitiiit uWili iln
nm Ii ai nur Ti.i ii' M..rk. J
DEVUCUitOo , mpwnrj.
15 iM.ii tic ii Jiiiio, Nv.v Vnrk.
I'll., ii i ni. :tm
CHAULKrt N SWAGli
1 ATI', nt I h 1uii I v ntiTA l!-mi ii 1 1t.t I
I Ihf nltitvr wHI Ml n T.i 1 111 M.uhI, l.i'' H- )'
, Ifil I Cut urt U. l'r'' .-, niiiiitf on Mrtkt-A tVrr
i r'fM. in O-nn iH-. rn .1 ml In ri f u ri i-l l .m I r
,i 'p"t)fil il d'Y tin- uno'latl-Hi 1 1 t f t (iu')"r.
1'iit iitMiit' is illicit .itui 1 iii" 1 "'"t$i it ill i,it .iiinii-
Ml.ll -.l.lllJlll-.' Il Ir- tli.l,l. . I il . il! Ill Ill Ml
.'IH I J I'lt-tlnr-i-S Ii''"1 1 " ' ",,r" I ''
, . Tit .ill hi in-ij t..-i Iiini unliili .r f.iiioii.'u'i- lw
inn-mc-i u ulMii-tit I'll ri i iirnnii.tc u- ir ci nilmt.
I'M'I .IfMir')- Ml 'III lll.lt IMftllill 1 1" Ii.- Wllllt ik hi Iih
ii.irt tn niiKu hi Ili'ii.i: III1 't'rav I 1'- Unm-
It Kitutli'i-Oiniiilni-i runs t'linii lltiMiIt' m 11
1i 11. il linnet, to .iinl iMMit bnUi Itiill l.iml iloii.U ill
, l V. iy )ith..l i ni,' J'mliiA. p' Id. In,
jltliilt'I assii Lot For Null'.
fF'llli undtr-igiicd, oll'tri to hale a' jiri-
.1. iale ml.', Iih If
1 Hotel Properly 6c Lot of Ground,
Plhl in M 1 I i.VII.I.I'.. (ir ellHimil low I kl, ; ' 1 1 1 1 1 il
tll.l , .ittn l . '.' i Hid U'HV ordiipiml ail fl ll'iH- ii J'ulillc
I, in, ri.ii, mi , nl. j
', ,, lliiiiai: l .u ateil nil Hie , rinTIoi 1l I'npnii
li : .-'lie, N III M 1 1 1 V ill,'. I a 1.11 '.'Oil Mine I lililllu'.
II .1,1 1'i'Ct. Willi "illl.ililii nut I, ml 1111(8 I -'il'd a. el
l..ir.'e t.ililn. null w.ilei at tliu tl'iiir. Iii-iienu1)
I J . 1 1 . 1 i.i ill', ille, an, I llemu, a fry ,."ii ii'le fl.iii'l
tnr a I'ulilii: IIuum,'. -
r r" ''nr terul. and lullln't patlli nl.itr. arl1'"
l-liii.i'rilier Hi III. IJjglu llnlul," III tin I irs, I "I
iinilii.i imiiiiy. "
j m. ntv
I'ibiit.iiy II, IfiO.iiiio.
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11 Tie In ll"ii'.nn ami poiitaitoM Inwipliip f ,,,unl,,i in ,
I'.I., itIJuliilitS lamia nl" .In-lni l llrlng, (. , ll,iu,iu and
juie fiiiiilgloil 1 1'nlollilas nlinotj
I'dwr IJuudieU Aim,
.1 1 .. ti'.
fliii(i if till lion i.imJ. win Mi'-rmi una i,ila
iiay uiii iini ni
will Im i-olil entltf ,r in parN of
'I'lie t.iid tui ..i-iyuiic Int. a, jy Im ilelred.
.me lllio.ll.-d, r I" ' '.Injralf.tllleuH nait mil...
,- r ' 'erina eai-v "ii'i ,
roMi'tMll.i'i P'tnaol'-'' "'lUirp olfij ul'n;,vr at
, , Ml , ce . ' "m Ink liiwn.hlp. ,,by ui-lrca, (H
ou. ij, irui.
BELL & ALLABACH.'jcy;,,.,,
Till IIU STi) PKNJSSYlrAMA A V
WASHINGTON. D, e
CllOLSHirS l'Olt sit
riubnrh f ninuien ial I.VII'Sj'j.
f iilll'lnli ll a , ,, ""''li,
I r?'iinnili e.ish. Iiyllliifl'l'11 l ' '' ,l r n Hie
alme fulleeo;, Yuit.14 liiuii . Am l , , ,
tliin ny api'ii ii't ..v.,., , ,,
E. 0. llAlUUSO.Vl yt'
70n.ll rci-pe'-iriill.iinrorlitl.li'rilli ina tr I'.loo in -
V no,. "'. V!" NactLe f
, ,(, snlnita'a fhire'irpnl'll'T'iifi UiSf '
i.Krii- 00 Mam rtrii.i, llr.t lit-, ,u',H ilt. Cl)Urt
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ill1 I ,11,11111 II".' ...... .'1.4
RECEIPTS FOR FEBRUARY,
T!io following imynioiila liavo boon matlo
to tho CohtmHn Jkmocrnt office, durinir
tlio month of K'bruary, 180") r
l.i Vi i Hi huliT S- Oil Jn.npli lri li,
W Inrrli' H Cii, (I till Jiilni Snyder (I.,
,M M Appll'IIHll 1! If l,Hl 'Il'Unte,
Krt'il. I.anlnii li.
.'ill Jnhtl .Merdftll. 1 HO
IVti r AppU'innii,
Jiilni J hllien.
!Sil,u .Mi lleiiiy,
l'..l .Mclli iiry
H II V.,rk,
'Heidi I., I arey,
2 no Cliiiiles (JrnviT, !! IS
1 411 FlierllT ti. fnyiler, 7 (ill
t 50 (.'ntiiMibia Cnilllty. (ll till
,'i rt Jnliii l.oacra k, I no
J AO .1. K, llruijti r, I:1. S (I)
5 7,i lis. or Jniii Hlujsley. noil
!.' no J.uncn I'admi, !.' no
2 .ill Julln llllrtlill, ',' t0
4 .ill Aliriim II. IhMiiic ,i '::
,i no lls.nr J icnh llnrtnian H 'J.i
4 50 Juenli .Maner, II 5il
Iln. nl' IIII.n I'i'.iIit rl .ill A. Ilartnii, (Ill ) U no
li (Ml (ItnrLM! Oman.
II. N . Aiiieriuiiii
"I ljelli'1. ,
.Inllll II 'limit,
Ill ID AiiEllsliH C. It.ititi,
1 no Join, Meiienrv. Ir. II no
l ll'l I'l'ter ll-lluil,
wu .inircn i.aoiiiirii. i.f'j in
. no .Mntlii.tr. , ,Mnnni, I w
7 -'l INiv.lJihv. .Mmrny, 1 mi
'J ill l.evl Kiisti.'r, 1! 5ii
Oil Aiiilrow l.aiilnirk. ' nil
I I'd Lieut i!. W. tltt. ti no
no t .i H.nii'l. Adainn, II 5o
I '.'. Oliver lIv.illK.lCen ) !! Oil
'I ip .'mlfe Kimii-, 'J . o
4 no Win. AliiMeller. a .','1
B 10 H.nu l. i.tnit, Il-'i. 'J 00
M.natui lliiikal.-H'. In no IU or .Mil li.icl f'l"cki'Mi 00
,.1'llllH ! lll"l ,
Kr nf riiilenii I 't -.Iiu r
nil Mrs Mm y A. Winn, I III
ll.irld r-lit.ir. r,
Jn.epli Marl, lli'l
.1 .M fry,
.1 .-ii.vdk'r, tMilHni i
Jllllll '1 Iniinis,
rn d k. Il. rr,
ii l H ' I Mi) def. I''l
II. m l .Mi Henry. I'.
t')rni .Mi Hi ut),
.I'iiiii'i Ilmu, il.
l UH S, ll.nf .i.'ittlMi 4 HO
. tin ,iaim,i i,iii)i:i i , no
Z I'll 1 1. II. .Mniiti-.iiiue.-y !1 .in
4 no Annuid t.wru't mi
ii nil Jiirnc. Well nil I'o. CO no
a no j. i Unm. i;' i .in
.VI .tullea Wilnti r, IV. 10 00
'-' ,'ll ft li n nii: llnlijl, II .ill
-'.V) iii p. jiiiiii t:. i:in, a ,io
'. ui .inilii oi.mi ii. i!.'. i
2 no i:i t.it lli nniiiiier, - on
I J oo J.nmli 1 1. cj noli, I nn
- .ill (imirae 0'"l, 2 00
11,'lir Mi llvni i . I;.'l '-' 7,i J IVuiliertiiii I ' 1 1 1 1 an. 5 on
'.' io j, Me ,n II u,
I'.iul Kline. 'J no i; .v. li. .Mi.iriaiH, 7 OU
Win Mill, r 'iliin'k) inn Juseph Maun'l-, 1J oo
Xuili t'rtli '.' M Juliu II. Miller, li .ill
Hi. nf I'.in I W.iM. nun J.i, nii munis, 7lio
.lellll l.i'lnV. ' I J.i A. Il .'lllilllieilille, I (III
lli'iij lUuniiiiy. 7 no Jut, ,'. ii fn. j oo
U.i.ir. .Mrllrl'ie, '.' .',i iilialil Klillu, 1 '.i
tt" A fair icluni for tlio fliort iiihiiiIi
ol Fabi uary. Wu liopc Ib'r :noru lu M.trcli.'
I'l'iondd, wu t'xpect it'miltaucos by m.til,
and Iiopo ill not liu il..ippo utcil.
GOLD V !; N h
FOR Til ID MIL ION !
Prns Irj Sinf i.'iv Ihnul. en I Pi ice lo Sii'
Tliu bet Gold runs iu tho Woild !
(In ll'i' rei eipt nf 'he fi.llnu inc miuni. we Mill i'Hil ,
I, mail, nr .in ilir' ttvl a (inld Ten ,,r l'm, ii''Urliiic
tin f.iui" ai(.iriliiu tn the dcicripii'in, iriini ly :
liold l'i'iii. in S lvce I'latud Eiti tuinn
OawC-1, wi'b lVticilf.
I'm SI N',i J p' n ' Im Mo. il pen fm ?l .10 Nn
1 p.'n ' Im 1 N'h. S pi n ' lur f 2 'ii .No. 0 pm
''I'in'h" pen. ai- rt.iuipe.i 'nn: nii'r.Ki i. ri;. ami
'lie u , II lliiHln il ami line i llin;' (in d I'i ii". illi gun 1
an, Inn, piuniK .Hlliouli lhy arn inns irr.iiitml, an-l
laiimd Ii - en li.uwi',1.
U ARhASTEl) GOLD PEA.S.
Uiii naiiif in ii'iin I 'M l'i'U Cii., V. . K -t.imp
ii.i till 'tin Nrd jti.iltt iiini tlc p'lintt Mi-
,iriniit'il i ii i muiiihs. i tiM-pi n j .1 1 1 1 I .'Ktiikht
unr 1 iiini inliiv IViw urn tuiiiii,tl TM I'. Tlu.V
A V I L.N . Iih tlii inniil.tii nur lirm - . I. ( n
riih) .-ir' f nr full) ui.iiU', ii.iviu tli -.iini: jHt:it us nur
lir 1 m1' lt v I'.mi-. thi iul pirai CitUrt-ncc hejnj; in
ID.iMl) I ttie C il I.
(j tld I'on-, l.-t mv q'lalit) in Solw!
Silvt r I'ixictiion ()aso, with Pcncih.
fur ? mi N'o. I pi-ii Ut 'imltty or n Xu jifii "il iu.il
rT :J tf.i ,1 tu, y J1M1 r in:iliiy, ni n .V vn 'M qtinl
1'nr li Nii :t ii p -qtjulity, or;i Sit 4 p'i) -l ''i:il
Km; " .Mi n Nn hji lt 'iialny. r,r a o ,'i p-11 id jtnl.
It t 1 () a ii5 M'li Id ii.ilily, i-r a tift pt.11 i 'pint.
Tui fei o'l 1 n. fi pm M 'iu.tlil.
The ."nine (Jold Pens, in Solid Silver Gold
Plutcd Kbouy Berk Holders and
rT -J -" n N'h 3 pen l-t iiiu'lty, urn N I un I nal
1 1 1 .Iu n -1 pi ti Ut 'pi.ihty, it a n5 iu -hi U.il.
I'ni V!0 -t Nn .1 prii fU)itilj , ur .1 No ft pi'li V1 1 'pi.tl,
li IM a N'dd pen Ifl 'polity I'm $5 .') a t 7
ptn. I'iir 3'i 7. J Nn h pm. Fm Hi OU a o, II
P i ; All lirt 'i'i 'lily,
nm I't im tlirnnylimit I hi rnuiilry an opinl If
im t 111,1 inn I" .'my ulit prim ni.iiiiit'.ii tiircit. .Not mil)
lur il ir wtU qu.tlitijK let. iluraltilily Bint t Irg.-tnt
fiitinh f It .'i itiV'l f-.iH' ' ii'-il i thi'ir iiinniilaLiur''.
,iinl mmiii r m.IiI uitl) tliu r liyhtf it linpi'lUclinn
till II llil M 'll'ti .
I'.iiiliM in nrli turn iiuiHt rfpecify tin uaim. numbrir
.itiil pi.tliiy 111 .ill iiil.iiHi-j nod lifllitr ttill nr Inn
lur, uniri "r (i.t.
dl.rmtnt nr 15 p 'r 1 "in. will b.i allii1"! d nn to: nm
"I .1 1 r ( tit'lu nm ,'ulilri R., nl iiuu ttii'.Q ; IS per r em
1, v',i ; '.'0 p'T lent nn $1''.
, t ii uiill.uii ej hv nihil. I! ei: i sirred, are at iiu' 'ik
I'n llll Hllllll.l lilSU '.'0 I elltH iiu lur tvinfit'ig. wn
fin ran lee ttn' i1 (i deli very nHli e -.ioiI.
fnciil us ii' all mir new nijles, ilt llnsraviaci. nr
exail Uk. 1,11,1 pili'.'H, (.elll ur"" rccuipt nf slump, it
denied, l'min rcpmiilia! lur .ill unU, by mall.
.t.i luiiiTK ,uid I i-Ir "re ri"'leleil tn cnrrtnipnild
mill Ui n Hu titn nllut llleill steal illdmullaill'',
AMI'.KU-'AN Cii1I.il I'HV I'O ,
Nn. iUU llr'i.ldway. NeV Villk.
J.iiiii iry 1J, iHi,3. 3m.
Ai SB. T. Anllioeny A; Co.,
.Mitniil'iicliinTS of riiomgrnjiliic illni
eiials, hnlfaalo Si luinil.
-a i nn ny a v
1(1 JL I'ma W H a 1 j
. - .
III Add llmi to airmail! bunneai or I'litiloarni lur
Maiei m'i.ik are lluainjuaitei tor inv 101 i"U my, 11
lr ticoj)ti and Stereoscopic I'lcus.
ill i'n .cm have ,111 nuiiieiije nf-.ni Imei t, iiiclinlini;
n.ii .l.eiiea. Aiiifilr.ni ailil 1 i fijiu fitlei and I,., nl-
.-l, 1 ie"-"l". I'"r pnMic m private inhibition Our
uinii ta, ri.iim i) , cce , w-i..
i 'ai.ilniiiii- ill be rem to any a lrtrin.a uu rixiipt or
1 ' '
T -i ..1 vti'-iy I'V1-
1,, intrnilllre tiled 1 il.to lll.l United
iiiur.iriiirn iiiiiui n.e 'Hi.inlities 111
.iii'jiiia 111 price, from .'.Utent. lo $.".(1
'"''' ,'"i,iv "Ud durability I" miy nihera. They
'" ' ti, v ii.'l rcf' 'I" "f I"'1'"'
"III I .'I,.. aieu'c (v Utdcr.Ji
m d, ) .l i'oritaili ol Umlnotit Annrl.atn. ...
a. ,t-t: ,.,e. t n renu .1 inn ni uu L' 1 ,
'jtl.l llllj -Cmerula.
n;.-i 1,'iilitllf IJ, ,
Illll l.liMl' f"!""' 1J
Jill Olh'T l)ll'n.er.
.. .,1,1111 1
i:.i A, ill oti,
1,1 .!) .... ,...'. l,,i,:,,l
50 rumtinciu wumun.
;,IIM nil'lli!" l "''""
WT'lXi w"i n 'ffoVoi.u II. wu t'KI a
t'f .rl.J" V.. . 1 1 1 illle.l mi tho rcei 1 1 t
, fin unr i.iiMi'i'i,
I.Mi. and 1. tn by ui.nl. I ii'- r , Lrnil, , .
r.'il lel .Illll 'nii'- "' " " . .... .
mill nl.'li"-' temit iweiuy "V- 1-
ei't l III) II'
Willi HUH nr let. & ,j, jVNi'lllV I
,rk, inc. I .,ualltyof 0.., " ,f3!rl,,1lIn,.s",
riiViin:" ulroilo'll ons k. .'mi
. r ,lv up ei-Ullll.' nn- ' '
Mako Homo Boaxitiful.
More than bu I tdl u jr ilinwy iiutmlnmi,
More than lUvrr and One array,
iMntu than ilniuei and lofty .lerptri,
Mnro tlinn ttalloti, power, ntnl vny,
.Make ymir home both neat and t.vterjl,
llrighl ntnl ploasatil always fair,
Wlmro each heart uliall rot contiMited,
Uratrful fur each beauty tlnrD.
.Mnrfl than lofty, ittclllnu linen,
.Morn than fa.hloii'. glnrc.
Vote than iiinininnn'i silded hnnor,
More than t lion 3 In eti well compir.",
Fo that homo in made attractive,
Hy fitrroiindlns pure and bright
Treeii arrayed will, tnilo and order i
l'loncra, with all Uielr awed delight
Peeft to make your linine tiKut Invely ;
I.ft It be n anillln'i! ap'nt,
Where, in awcet ruiitsiitin'cnt reatlni;
Cam and sorrow are forgot,
W'lure the floncm and trceM arc navlni;,
Ilinla will aln; their ttvrt'tcal aonj ;
Where the pu'rem timughta will llnijer,
L'ontlileiifc and luvi belnnja.
llako your home a .ten id Hden ;
latitat" lier 111111111; bow era ;
I. i't ii naat a nimplu r.nttije
, rJtainl aiiininj lirinht IrceB nod flnwrta ;
There what frajrancc and what bright
. Will each blnuiulns rote display !
Here a .ingle, vlii' .elail arbor,
llriglilciia tlirii'igh each auiumer day.
'i'licro earl! heart will rimteniituiituil.
Seliloio w lihing far to rnatn;
Or, ir rnami g ulill Hj rlierlsli
.Meiuorien of that fleajanl Imine,
filch a home niak'js tun h the bettur,
I'ure and la-tin-,' Hi cniitrnl ,
Hume with pore mid bin-hl iirrnuniliiiga.
Leaves it. iniprej. oil tho until.
T I " II II II III 11 1. IJ . . ! t.U Wl.
The Execution of Mary Queen
The groat hall of Eotbcringha- was
hung with black ; in tho midst was a eeaf.
old covered with .sage, and surrounded by
a low railing. Around this gloomy object
uigh two hundred persons were assembled
among them were the (Jrineipal con tl cmon
of the couuty, who obeyed the suniulom of
the sheriff, iu total ignorance ol the object
for which ihcy were tequired to be pros-
nt. Dohind tho block slob'd the cxt'CU
tioner anil his asfchtaut clad in suits of sa
blc velvet, tlio last holding tho use behind
him in such a position that it was conceal
ed from tho eyes of .Marv, A-s the sheriff
nf Northamton and bis officers entered the
hall there was a profound tilence, triafa'y a
breatl. was painfully drawn ; but when tho
Queen hcr.-elf appeared, the most manly
cyor, more moistened. Never had Mary
appeared to better adv.iutage ; ttho walked
firmly, scarcely leaning on two noblemen
by whom she wa supported ; hur drc8
whii h was thatol Queeu Dowager of Era nee
adding to the dignity to her deportment
Her pointed coif, edged with bono lace,
shaded her wasted featured, and around
her nrck she wore a gold urotH, and from
her arrtin was futpended a piir ol bead,;
a falling collar completed a cottumu at
once regal aud becoming. As is ho gazed
arouud nmther abashed by the uumerou.'i
spectator:;, nor .shrinking from tho death
droppings befor her, a murmur ofadmira
tiou and pity wa-i with difficulty aupprc"'
ed. llcr attendants followed htr to the
catTold, which w Braised ab'Ut two feet
from thogiound, imt before asoruding she
oxelaimod Ij Mjlvlllb
'(in'Jo moru farwell.good Andrew j pray
i'ur thy mi.itres.-i uud (Jueen. Tbou shall
now -sco tho cud of Mary rflUnii's trial-,''
'Thauk-i, tiir,'1 tic! continued to Paulet,
who offered Lis arm with rather a penitent
expression of ouuutunance, "It in the Ut
tioublr you will espericnto tit my bauds."
On the scaffold was a piuall woodon
a'ool and a cushion, and no sooner had
Mary's foot touched tho 1:1 lal plauko than
iho exccutioior kuei l.ug beforo bt riprayt'd
her to forgive him for the offioo ho wa
about to perform ; but at this moment her
eye fell on tho azc and she tsclr.inied
"Ah ! 1 would rattiCr have my head ta-
ki-u off by a sword as they do in Erancc.''
"lslamii 1110 not, madam," answered tho
functionary. "1 nut forded to disregard
your Majesty's wifbes; I was not remind
ed to bring a sword, uud am, perforce,
obliged to use tho pso, wbieb I found
hero. That will not, 1 trust, induco you
to withhold your pardon.'1 J
'1 do pardon you, my friend," said
Maty, giving her hand to Ids-,
"Strango !" she murmured, that your
ov, Queon, wben she expected a fitnilar
fate fioin Ibo liands of all offended sister,
to dreaded tho axo that sho lohl Oiitlcnau
sibciutcnded to disiro an cxoculioncr should
bo sent from Franco, skillful iu tho usa of
Mary now pealed horaclf and, with tho
assistants grouped around her prepared
to lido-) to the warrant, which wa- read
aliud by 15jale. At this moineut llttlo
Bsiiuiu (,i favorite dog) contrived to mako
his way noislessly through the prosnd,
trembling aud shaking iu every limb.eou.
, ocalod himself, aa usual, iu tho folds of
the Queen's robe, without being porceived.
Mary paid slight attention to the read
ing, but when tho sonorous vnico of lioalo
pronouneod tho concluding ''God Bavo
Queen Uli'zabeth," sho roused herself
from hor rcveir and graoofully rising, pre
pared to address tho assembly. Her
countenance won slightly fluihed,and Bur
goino,who had kndwn her lougeit, remark
ed, "it wore tho look of happier dayg."
Her voice was oloar and ringing, as she
oallcd all present to witness that she, a
Soverign Princess ii no way subject to
tho laws of Parliament of England was
ubout to suffer tho victim of violence aud
iujustieo. Sho spoko of her imprisonment
and tho wrougs the had cudurcd at tho
hands of Iho Queen's oounoillors,protcsiod
hor innocence of all tho charges brought
against her, thanked God for thus publio
ly allowing her to confess her faith, and
prayed that her enemies mi'ht bo forgiv
on. "Madam," intordptcd Dr Flctobar, tho
Dean of Peterborough, "my honored mis
trosj has commanded "
"Sir," exclaimed Mary, ''tvilli you 1
have nothing to do, I will not hear you,
aud I command you to retire."
Dr. Fietcher by no means approved this
iudiflVrcucc to his own oloijucucc ; ho
therefore pertinaciously continued, ''Mad
am, you have but a few minutes to livo ;
change your opinions, abjure your orrori,
in order that you may be saved. "
"It is uelcss,ausworcd the Queen, ''you
waste yo'tlr time J lcavo to die in peace. "
Then turning hersell arouud on tho -stool
she began to pray ; but the D an, makiug
the circuit of the ecaffold, again" addreaicd
'Troublo me bo farther" repratcd lila-
ry, returning to her former position; but
hero tho Earl of Shrewsbury, heartily
ashamed of the scene, interposed, to the
no small mortification of the zualo'u di
vine. Mary thed falling oh her knees, recited
a portion ol the Psalms aloud in Latin,
together with bet attendants, concluding
with a prayer in French, and holding the
crucifix between her clasped hand.s.
' Madam,1' iutorupted the Earl of Kent
unable longer to contaiu himself'cast aside
these Popish trumpcrie?."
liut Mary continued her devotions, fer
vently escl liming, ''Lord ! Lord I rocoive
me into your extended arm, and pardon
mo my muf." As she reseated hcrsclf,thc
Earl of Ktnt roughly inquired if aho were
done. "For if so, Madam, bo concluded1
Tho cxccutiou'T now approached, but
the Queen gently repulsed him. I " not
used," she said, with a fin smile, ''to
undress boforo so numou a company ,or
to bo served by s"eb groonn."
Then calling her attendants, she assis
ted KHprth to tako tho pins iroui her bead
dress, the girl being almost useless from
tho tnlericp of hnr sobs.
'Do not weep," said tho Queen in
French, "l havo answered for you."
She then kiD.'dd them both, and desired
her other attendants to pray for her, giving
them her blessing.
" Wear tbif for my sake, Jane,'' sho
s. iid, taking the cross from her neck.
Then tsrniug to the eiecitioner, she said,
"My friend, 1 Kuow that all I have on
earth is yours by right ; let me, hoVcvt-T
bostow this on my aiteudaut.imd you shall
leceivo twice its valdoin ntouoy ; but the
fel!ow,brutally snatching it from her hsnd
growled, "it Is my righi."
Mary quietly continued to lay aside
her outer girmeutf, and then seated her
self that Jauo inhjht bandrtge her eyes.
Unacquainted with the Engli-h mode
of Execution- tho Queen e'ontiuued sealed,
holding hor hedd stiff and creol, to render
the headsmen's tusk more easy ; but ho
stood axo-in hand, not kiiowiuL' what to
do, until drawing her forward forced her
upon her knees. Meekly she laid her head
on tho bloek, and clasping bcr bands un
der her chin, one holding the crucifix, the
olbor her book of "hours," sho continued
her prayer. Unwilling lo maim her hands,
tile Uisi.stant drew them away, and as
tho words, ' Aauus tuas JJominc" yet
lingered on ber lips, the asc dooended
awkwardly and heavily. The weapon
was blunl , and the man unnerved, Ho
aimed too high, inflicting a deep wound in
tho skull) and ktruek from tho cxlendod
hands tho crucifix and book. Stunuod by
tho blow Mary romainod ra itiojlo 8,but the
exccuiioiwr trumbled so violently that tho
head was not detachod until the third
stroke. When bo hold it up abeordiug to
thu emlom,tbo foatures wore horribly con
vulsed, ''God bavo Queen Elizabeth," he cried
''So perish all her (neiiB',,, subjoined
the Dean of Peterborough.
"Amen P'rcspondcd tho fanatical Harl
of Kent, Every other voice was FUffuca
ted by tears and so'bf,
Mary's eyes were open, her hair was
blanched by grief, and the French writers
affirm the lips continued ncrvnua for more
than a quarter of nn hour,
Not content with their spoil, the exccii
tionors proceeded to remove iho shoes and
stockings of their victim, when they dis
covered tho poor littlo Animal, nestling
under tho mistress's peticoat. Ho was
dragged forth by force, ami by no gentle
hand, but with a faint yell bo extricated
himself, and crouching down belwron the
shoulders ol the Q iccnand the head that
bad been laid near the trunk ; tin faithful
dog in a few moments expired. Mrs. 01
gun Meck's l'Forlunvy$ Forth ill.'1
The Romance of War.
I'roin tliuO-'avclatid leader, t'obruary 13
Tho dull, heavy routine of the Provos
Marshal's office hero was interrupted aud
enlivened, last Saturday, by an incident
which had several novel and comical fea
tures and which is based ori ,a inysteiy
which the authorities have by no means
fathomed, and may not be able to falhom
for some time to come.
Application was made, Friday, to the
Sanitary Commission, htro b, two young
women socmingly not over nineteen years
of ago, for transportation to Washington.
In explanation of the usual request, they
Pttitcd that ihey h"d bron in the Union
service as privates, two years, when their
sex beiug diseovuicd, they wero discharged.
As their money was o'l expended, they
derireJ transportation from this point to
Washington In tho recital of their ex
perience to tho ladies of the Commiision,
thote was something either iti the manner
or the matter of tho statement which ex
cited their suspicions and the young wo
men pdt off until tho ucxkday. The Pro
vost Marshal was immediately notified of
the case, and tho parties were arrested
Saturday afternoon, by bis order. They
gave their names as Charlotta Anderson
and Emily Wood. It seems that suspicion
was directed only to Iho former, but only
one or two of tho authorities of the Provost
Marshal's office and Hoard cf Enrolment
entertained suspiciou in her ease, the ma
jority being convinced, and claiming tliat
crinoline, jaunty hat and fcn'";r feminine
voico, figure and gait, and othor palpable
femalo "attri'-mci," e mid not pos-ibly
wrap "lout and sustain any illusion. Nov
ertheloss an examination was ordered, asd
several respectable ladies were delegated
to ascertain if Charlotte was Charlotte.
Alas, poor Charlotte ! For tho "eommis
donors" returned a semi -hysterical report
of strongly reinloroed fuipiciou of latent
manhood. To jcc the seat of absolute
certainty upon what was now in all minds
a settled, confident oj iniou, tho cxamiuing
surgeon of the Hoard of Enrollment was
directed to examino tho prisoner us ho
was now thought to bo a rebel spy which
feat was finally accomplished, aftir a two
hodrs' parley, which exhausted tho re
sources of statesmanship, palver and threats
ended in the u o cf a sufficient amount' of
forco to tedt the legality of tho fair prison
onoi's titlo to the natiie of Charlotto. The
end justified tho menns, and tho examina
tion demonstrated that the prisoner was
an irresponsible young man.
It Was ascertained that this twain had
been stopping at the Burnett House. An
officer was sent there, who brought their
baggage, consistibg of iwo sitoheli1. In
one of them was'lound three fuits of clothes
ono olt:zen'i suit, another was military,
bearing a lieutenant's Insignia, and tho
third wtis female apparel. Tho officers
then proceeded to divc6t him of ids water
proof cloak, with hood, alapaoa dress,
jaunty hat and leather, ele'e'tra cf tho ar
cann df feminine a'tiro, and invest him in
his military suit, and then they lodged him
Wo may say hero that iho illusion was
oompletc, He bad the voice, smooth faco,
dclicato nook and loaturcB, form and gait
of a femalo, and counterfeited tho charm
of presonce of a maid of sweet seventeen.
His accomplice, who seems still young
or,wa taken by Commissioner Ivilpitrick
to bis home and put under tho oyes of bis
family. She scorns thoroughly innocent,
from first to last, and advibed Charlotta
again and again, during her parley, lo al
low tbotn to proceed with tho esatuiuatiou ;
that it was hard to bear ; but then she
was in a tigbt place, and her virtao would
come bright out of the fiery ordeal.
She afterward stated, in explanation of
hor boing in company with Lsttio Audor
son, as she persisted iu calling him thai
tho first timo she saw "bcr" was in tiiis
city, about two weeks ago They had been
boarding and lodging together the lart few
dajs. She insisted that Lottie was Lot
tie, and not Charlie at all. If flic was not
innocout, if she was acting that difficult
or, it must bo owned sho did it with oon
summatc tact aud the utmost nouchalcncc.
We learn that on Thursday night ol la.t
week they went to iho Burnett House and
engaged lodging, saying, wl en asked.th'at
Ihcy wautod no supper. They broke
their fajt in tho morning, and left thoir
hand bafketa as pawns iu tho hands of the
landlord, whilo they hhould bring tip their
satchels from the depot, when they re
turned. They then engaged board for that
day, rind at night learning the price of iho
luxury of having a firo in their room, had
one built. Their bills were all paid but
by ilic bona file dams'ol.
The rest of their baggngb hand-baskets
and portfolios, were taken possession of
yesterday by the offieors. Dr. Beardeloy
nays papers were found from which Ihcy
learn certain facts relative to thoso parties
former whereabouts and operation., and
that information bau bo derived from Col
umbus which will throv much light upon
this mystery, if it does not solve it. Our
readers may rest assured that when tho
facts are arrived at wo shall haston to
by them in full dUail before their oyos.
Honesty and Trust:
Tlio following pleasant anecdote is from
Glances atld Gli mpsts," a book by Har
riot H. Hunt, who was once a teacher in
"A cousin ofminoin Charleston having
passed away, it became proper that I
should attend her fuaoral. It was school
afternoon and I did not diflmhs the schol
ars. As they did not liko a monitor,! hit
upon the following plan of leaving them :
I placed in tho chair the laige, old-fash
ioned slate, (which had been my father's)
wrote upon it tho names of the schol
ars iu tho order in which tbey sat, and
arranged the needlu work and reading
for 1 always had homo interesting work
read aloud by some older pupil every day
and then said: "Now children, vucn
the clock stiikes five, ledvo yer seals or
derly, and place bv jcn 'our names a
unit for good behavior and a cro.-s for bnd.
VIiu i return I shall anxiously look at
tho slate, and in the morning when you
are assembled I Will read the list aloud,
that every thing may bo confirmed. JJut
I trust you.
On my return I visited the sohool-roo'm
and found but one cross upon the slato,
and that whore I least expected it, ap
pended to the name of a beautiful, open,
bright, bravo child who then promised
much to the world, tho foot of her having
tick paronts" belug her greatest drawback.
She was the last child iu the school that
1 would havo thought capable of any mis
oonduol. The morning came, anil the
list was read; it proved truthful; but whon
I camo to 1 1 ti 3 name, I said :
"My dear child, you nwt explain why
is this ! What did you do ?"
Looking up to mo with those soulful
eyos,and spcakiug with soulful tone, which
ever mado her an object ofsicrcd interest,
hc replied :
'1 laughed aloud; I laughed more than
onee 1 couldn't h'.'lp it became a slate
was keeping school.'
A Sad CasC. Tho Contralia Srntiwl
tays that on Friday evening last, whon tho
train from Cairo stopped at that placo,
four refuses were taken off tlio cars
dead 1 They wero apparently all of ono
family, and consisted of a woman, between
tho age of forty and fifty years, a young
woman, pnbably eighteen or twenty, and
two ehildreu respectively aged about ton
and two yearn. There was nothing to
iudicdlc their ndties and lormcr abode
ribout them. They were among a large
number of tefugpos,who wero being iraus
ported North, to bo taken charge of aud
f-iipportcd by tho human residents of Ill
inois. Like thousands of others who havo
gone before, it is reported that thoy bad
been expoetI some thirty six hours, to the
c6ld and wind, in coming from Cairo, and
in their famished condition unable to en
dure it. Tiuly this is a sad and deplora
ble case, Drivou from their homes, or
what answerod to them as such, by tho
relcntlc-s hand of war, to bo taken at tho
public expense, or the oourtcsy of tra.ts
poitatiou companies, far nway into the
land of straugers, whore, although mr
rouuded on every side by an abundance,
ihoy perish Irom starvation aud cold !
A modest inuu seldom fails to gain
the good will of those bo oonvescs with,
for nobody mvies a man who does not
appear to be aatiulicd with huusi.li.
Ihe Fall of Charleston Policy
of Gen. Lee.
fl'iom tlio !'roa of Tuesday J
In the midst of tho general exultation
which tlio fall of Chai joston will produce,
thcro is one thought which phould npt bo
forgotten. Thoso gentlemen of tho South
arc not quietly abandoning tho ganio of
rebellion. Thoy do, not mean to throiv
down the sword and run liko tho bedevil
ed swine into the Gulf of Mexico. Wo
must also remember that Boaureg&rdis
marching north, and at the samo tiiiio the
robel ai nut's hcroloforo occupying Louis
anna, Texas and Alabama, nro now mov
ing upwards to ltichuiond. This is cer
tainly tho policy of tho new Generalissimo,
Leo. Ho is busy reorganizing an'd con
centrating the armies ol tho South. Wo
remember that after the baltlo of tho Seven
Pines, whon Lee was placed in command
of ibo Southern Army of Virginia, after
ho wounding of Johnston, ho pursued, on
a small Foilt'.p.reoifely tho policy beseems
to be pursuing with thu armies of tho
whole Southern Confederacy. He recalled
tho armies from tho upper Shcuaudoah,
Western Virginia, and tho neighborhood
ol Suffolk united, dt'oipiinei nerved his
soldiers, and fiually throw th"tr. upon Mo
Clellan with fatal effect This is what
Lee it attempting lo do now. These scat
tered armies of the South have fought with
consummate bravery, and Lno has cer
tainly shown himself to bo a consummate
commander. If by this concentration Leo
can make a successful and enterprising
march into iho North j if by any deperato
resource and bo is now driven to desper
ation bo crfn in any way turn tlid tido of
battle, the rdbellion may oven yet induce
the recognition of its government by the
European Powers, and thus indefinitely
prolong the war.
We'do not wish to say anything fh'ot in
this hour of general Joy may b'o regarded
as an effort to douipcu tho enthusiasm of
tho people. But victories nre useless aud
extravagant unless wo profit by them.
The more shedding of blood is the least
achievement- In war every victory is on
ly another stop towards tho general con
summation. The last quarter of an hour
and tho last rcgiuiont deoided tho battle
the last battle deoides the riampaigh. Tho
North and South, in many roepeets, nro
evenly matched. 1 1 is evident that thoy
aro both determined upon war, and whilo
the policy looks only to the sword, let it
be determined by tlio sword. Therefore;
we oati best profit by tliesb many victories
by making an earnest effort to fo recruit
our dribics that we may carry on thoso
ucccsses to tho end, Tho tiiile is swifilv
coming when this groat strugglo is to bo
determined on tnc issue of a single Cold
Leo sees thi?,and is preparing for it. Let
us be ready to rcccivo bis blow, or, better
still, to tttike tho first. Then wo mat
ring bells, and repeat tho thundering joy
of cannon. But till thon wo must strive
with even moro dilligeuco than iu tbo past.
from tho I'reea of WodticaJay.
Tho lourtecn thousand rebel troops
which garrisoned Charleston have, in obe
dience to the rebel policy of concentration,
fallen back to the northward. Thoso who
believed that tho evacuation of Charleston
indicates tho despair of tho rebel leaders,
are in great error. This evacuation of the
coa,t is "mtehtng mclccho ;",it moans mis-
cUict. It moan3 that batt o !h In
to Sherman ; that all the soattered forces
of the enemy are to bo drawn together, to
offer stubborn and bloody resistance to
Grsnt. Though the capture of Charleston
will bo of incalcuablc value to us in tho
future, at present it in more irlorious than
ucful, We aro but on the threshold nf
great events, and if, iu tho coming buttles,
we aro not victorious, ino-e miuor triumphs
will be all eclipicd. To decisively con
tend against the concentration of tho rebel
ormics, wo must put every man Into tho
field. Now is tho timo for v.'!u:.ters.
Now is tho moment for the drift
From the Plaiur,.
Tho St. Joseph Gazette barns from a
gcntloman iccoutly arrived ii-mi tho Pluitia
that all tho statio son (hi road between
Julesburg and Denver b'avi l".u visited
by tho lndians,who haw left tl.j.-.j totally
or partially destroyed. I'- rq-psents,
also, that tho force now u tue I Jaii j s
altogether inadequate to the tail- wnioli
tho Government has upt u h ,' ... 'j.
Ono train which ho met bad j eMail piece
of nttillcry, with which thoy occasionally
threw a shell iuto. tho Indian camp, but
which, after it had struck, thoy would pick
up wilh abioluto rcoklossness and burl
back toward the train in defiance.
Thty fiequently prescut themselves in
mouae'iDg numbers in sight of trains, and,
doubtless,wcro it not fur tho heavy escort,
would rob and plunder without Hint, and
totally annihilate all hopo ol western tradu
aud communication. When sbout I (50
miles out from St. Joseph, they met a gov
. riitiKUt train and fi()0 r-oldiers bound for
tho 'ocality of Uioso troubles