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EDITM3 St LEVI U. TATE. PROPRIETOR.
TERMS OF THIS PAPER:
f, AFTER JANUARY Jit, IStJj. )
$0 00 per Year, or
2 fjO if paid slrictly in advance.
1)mockaiy, n itnlliuctil not to be appalled, corrupt
td or comprotulied it knowa no bntviiesa, It rowers
no danger, it opptcc no wraknoi. n.-tructivc ;
Ijr ofdeipotlim II l Uib tolo eonacrvator of liberty,
o, and property. It I. the tcntlinenl of freedom, of 1
labor and property
equal rlflits, ofequal obllgallona i lie law of naturo
pervading the latv of the land-Ai.Lkk
Columbia County Democratic
THE menibefa nf the Di'tnncrntle County Cnnimlltn
Hill meet nt ttio Oir.re i, llio Llialiinan U. II
T.ltlte In Illnniil.t.ilri. nil Tiiimiv. tUn 1.1 itnv if M.iv
nsii, ueiwcenuienouraoi I Ill.u a o ClUCh, 11, 111., tor
the purpo.anf iii,ikliiKarraiiKliientii to elect DeUwatra
to the Statu Conrsntlon hi June next. It U Imiiortant
tuat theie be a full attoniance. I
K. II. LlTTI.r.. Oli.lnn.n.
Bloomiburg.Aptll BJ, lBlw.
The Raid on Sherman.
man has been mainly instrumental in (
sohieving those military results that havo!
given supremacy to the Federal arms. I
Ilia bold and original strategy,his breadth
of ooooeption and rapidity of movement I
and the never failing success that attend !
his.ntricato maneuvers forced lum upon n Li(;ilt Street, have recen.ly made .If Sherman was not informed of the tele-
tho public attention as tho bright particu-! prcai redueiions in their already cheap K ram, it is unjust to censure him for di.-o-larstarin
tho military firmancnt. Out Goods. Thoy have just received a fresh beying nn unknown order,
of what seemed an incomprehensible tan-j'Pp'y cnd aro "selling rheaper than tho Gen Iltlleok on Saturday last took
sis of plans and expedients, of advitnnna
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and retreats, of marches
marches, he drew tho golden thread of a , Mro,ucr alwayB havo done and bow made commauds both iWeedo and 6rd. Gen.
a mplete and ebining triumph. While the ,hcjr inoDeyf .Dent is Milifiry Governor of llichmond.
North was wondoring, fsaring, doubting, '')0 Mists. Cr-asy keep an nsormcnt! Tut;rc arc eventy tliousond Conf..der
hoping as it pondered over tho enigma of of Drugs' and Medicines, to supply tho ate prijonera eonfinud in the North. This
hiscamnaifrn. ruddunlv the i nral.ln 'absence of a regular Drug Store in Light docs not inoludu thoo paroled in Leo's
r ra j I
solved and tho vast complications assumed
symmetry and order. He did not sur
mount obstacles, ho compeled them to
vanish from his path Savannah, Charlc3
Ion, Wilmingtou, quiotly yielded, not to
tedious siege or impetuous assault, but to
ilia Itnrnmnrnniidtni naon:i!l!oii r f U aS
nations that he created. !
uv mmwwmju wuiijiul I4ea WSJ t kit a Ui tUU Oil'
When the results of this rare general-
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Jorth became loud and ueneral. No terms .
of praiso were considered exaggerated
when applied to tho comrt likc career of
the great strategist, who swept over the
bills and valleys and morasses of Georgia
and tho Carolinas, reducing strongholds
-without approaching them, discomfiting
armies without fighting them, dispensing
"with bases of supplies and ordinary rules
of Generalship, and, in one comparatively
bloodless campaign, disorganizing the mil
itary power of the enouiy more than a
hundred desperate battles had done be
Such was Gcd. Sherman a week ago,
tho synocurc toward vvhosa blazing glo-
ries the people turnud with proud delightj
the soldier who compelled the admiration
and applause cf the world.
What is he
"Fallen, fallen, fa'.leu, fallen.
fallen from bi lii;U estate."
The journals that lavi.heil upon him
their adulation have turned ngv'uist him.
The Administration that hailed hmi n its
lower of ttreugtli oensures and disgraces
him. The people who shouted liis ciilfl -
gies condemn him. Tho Black Itepubli -
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cans uaii iiiiu wujipt:i ucau, ' jiiuuujaiit
"traitor." What has he dono t
He has done no worso than to open a
door to poace, over whoso threshold all
might pass with honor, and beyond which
lay stretched a boundless futuro of pros- j
perity, concord and fraternity. The man
is ae honest and us patriotic ae he is bold
cud skillful i and conoeiving it to bo his
duty to remove, not to create, difficulties
In' the way of poace, be offered to the foe
the only terms that were certain to disarm
rccentment, to cultivate good feeling, and
-Lo -rcstora iho Union to tho foundation
nnon whioh it was built. In doing that, .
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he has obstructed the course f j
oisrr, be has impeded the progress of cen
tralizatlon, and has revealod a means of
poaco too simple, certain and expeditious
to suit the purposes of thoeo whose power
depend on the control of vast armics.aod
the maohinery of war. From this hour
be is to bo a pracuted man, until tho
people real'zi how muoh, in tho act that
has brought biru into disfavor, he has been
t&" Ctpi. U M. Silvers, has bt'en uo
tifji'd lhat the offico of Deputy Provost
Marshal in ibis county baa been abolised
He has tervtd in ibe c apueity with great
rfficienoy. The Provost jMarshal'a offioc
al over the country are oloaing up. 1 ho
Tar is about over. Smut Machine.
Friend Tliomnt, both of the tbovu itcran
tgood news and we heartily hope (0
f itt -once you roy ba-ve tld tb truth
No Pence Yet.
. T ho rejection by tLo new administration i
of the pcaoo arraugetuent outorcd into by '
Gens. Shaman and Jolmston, and the
displacement ol Sherman from cotntnuud
in consequence thereof, will roost najur
cdly ploatc the radicals much better than
tho furronder of Leo and his army under
snob terms as wcro allowed them. . As
nor lavorca a Mmplo restoration of the vi10n Grant arrived Sherman's army
Union, this action of tho authorities, look- was quiotly in camp in and around Rat
ing towards tho mo t thorough subjugation ciKli. Johnston had moved nearly all
of tho rebels, and tho construction of a Wb forcca from Hi6b0wugh down tu
Union will undoubtedly meet their entire Cbapei nill( aml wa8 thl)8 nbout ,hJ
approbation. To that class of men peace nij03 WMt...outhwcst of Kll.. v.r,.
has no attraction, because they thrive on
wn. nor dn tlinv pnrn nf ill nbnnr tlin
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ia mai suou a union as incywou.u nave
oau bo united by no armor band than a
ropoofsand. If Mr. Lincoln's policy is
to be followed, it will not bo fair to tako
his earlier nets and oppressions instead of
,UOe0 nuiou oGcurrua urn lawiy, wui-n m.b
il.ierCU eOUUIllOU 01 lUlUgi U3U 0 materi-
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ally inodlBetl his VICWS. It Would bfl tho
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I greatest injury that onuld be perpetrated
jaga.usiuis memory to carry too war to Gen. Sherman states in hia official re
ouch a .termination as he would not endorse orl that on March B7 h U.I rn n,..i
retilljr intended to be for tho future, so
to hold his memory responsible for no
"loro '''e ao'8 of the living than are in
ccoruancc therewith (
Creasey'o Light Street Etore.
I Ma.oa TT V I'nviut. f. Pr M,ii-
obcopest." Wc odvise our fnonds to buy
uiiiiosu luereuaots who auveriife exien-
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'nivolvnnil lliir. in 1 1 1 1 f tvtiot Hrnnvrtv .V.
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and suitably directed for tho accomodation ,
of their n.tocrs.
BlooinsblU'g Soliiers at Roan-
oke Island. i
The following comprises tho names of,
fellow-cituens who lately volunteered '
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D 7 . V " X T:
.UUltUlUUU j Hkv umiui, .
Columbia county. Our people will revert
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with special interest :
uapiam ueorqe u. jones.
1st Lieutenant E. B Yordy;.
1 Wm. E. Sterner.
lat John G. Gilroy 4th A. E. Wolcott P.aPer "'ufsions "n mo part ot the pre
2d J. G. Gibson 5th Jos. L. Shannon , vineial press, evince the importance which
3d H C. Uartmau
1st Elias Hoffman Cth John Cox
Id Tbo II Williams Otli Jacob F Fox
yd Jacob Fisher 7lh C C Ma it
4th Win Thomas 8ih A Cadwallader
Hiram W Thornton Azima Ilower
Alberlson, Daniel Long, John
Hudiue, Henry II
Morris, Kohert J
Moyer, Philip S
Millard, Samuel J
Powell, John D
Uichard, 3 C
Stiiier, J ieob
Snyder, Goorgn L
Stpphi'ns, J it
Sn der, Joseph
Vanniita. H II
jjrjaU j a. u i e 1
l Cox, Lloyd
tv.t It I
Evans, John W
Evans, James Q
Frcas, Uircli B
! Hf P'' 'l,?uia9
1 liiwell. Win
.' Jiess, Shadrach
i ileist, Gideon
Jones, John 0
VanLewis, Peter M
On tho 10th instant, tho States end
Union, at PorWmouth, Now Hampshire,
batl 113 Pr08ses JPes bo"kst &0'' com'
P'4"' ""ojred'by a drunken mob, com-
po-td of several Tiundrcd omploycen Ifoui
,lu! Navy rara ul tbat p,:ica, iiavifi a
day of idlenons on iheir huuds, .and feel
ing ashamed that they hud never served
the Government in the amy, thoy gu.'.zled ;
mob whisky until sufficiently patriotic to'
demand that the flag be bung out by the
proprietor. Tho flag was hung out by a
friendly hand, but the mob then demand-
cd that the proprietor should like tho flag
iu his handd and make an Abnliliou
speech. Not complying with that demand,
the work of destruction was commenced
and ooiapleted. Several preaohers(!)
rrere onjoying the fun and oheoring lusti-l
ly. There ere four Abolition organs in '
that county, and thoy gloat ovtr tho fact
that the proprietor cannot find a jury in
the county to award him damages for the
wantom dettruction of his property, fA
rrg'un so benighted would hide the bloody
asiiuein oflbc Prerident sod tbiiiK it do
Gen, Grant on Monday morning lout
arrived at Raleigh. Ho at onro super
Bcded Qrn Sherman in command of the
Federal army, and givo to Johnston tho
forty-tight hours' notieo necessary to close
the truno and renew hostilities. Tho truco
will end flis morning. Johnston was also
nL.r,1 .,.:!!. n- i
tllin,r waB quict i(J bolll MmCSt jt .lt)DC!ir9
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that tho rCCODt Conference between Slier-
man nm, johu,ton w propo,cll b
Johnston, on April M.b. Tho oouferenee
began on April 17, Wrtdc Hampton bcinr
prcscnf. It WM MWaAvi otl ,bo 18ll)"
BreckinriilRo being present. Jeffcron
Uavis was at Hillsborough, fifteen mil.
f,m llmnl, .f ,.,,!, J ,
IrWIll tUO placO Ol meeting, duriOMho On-
,! rnnFnmn.. U'n.1 1T.. . r i
ti.o contercueo, ade II amnton refused
,0 bo loUDf, by tho mm lm(a
Pointt Shcrn a tmH thua havo bee;
funy aworo of Mr Lincoln's telegram of
Mareh 3d to Qou. Grant, which is made
lLc bafli9 of lha n.pU(iiltion by lhc Cabi.
nei oi tnc nyrccnicnt wub Johnston : and
I P rtrtlflA nl t. fl 1 . i
, . um uiuw nuvc huuivu i-rciiaent ivin
.coln'il Own mtcrnrptniinn nf ,t.. !
command ot tl,o Inderal arunos at Kieb
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uiuuu, j-iuiiuiu, auu i'oriross xUoiirOS
He IS the Mipri'.cnr nf Hmrt ..! .1....
r,e u.ousanu a ea, ral prisoners
are awaiting exchange at Duricn. Georgia
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and when it U made there will bo ,oa.cely 1
i.unuiu unsoiier in too ooutu.
In tho Distiict or Cul.imbia all the
drafted mou in camn ha
England and the United States.
Thc '"' irtel in the Ilriiisl,
K,,k AmA.In.n I
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estel by tho imperial government, re-
,s,pCeting the means or defence whioh Can-
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a umy possess against tho apprehended
agcressiont ot the United States, a most
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jiroionen a bniue. earnest debates in the
British Parliament, and protracted uews-
both sides attaeh to this Eubicct. At this
I very moment lour Canadian ministers are
on meir way to tnlaud, and with tueh
dispatch that they havo not yet told the
irosiucial legislature what thoy intend to
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U'llt littn rh.i imn.min t. I I.
. ...u iu..iiui uuiiiuiiiiija a.i u'uou
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not only disagree ! respecting the proper -
iiou ui iiionuv wuita euouia no coutriDu-
tod by the homo and oollonial governments
respectively but the question ia raised,
whether England ought to undertake tho
tieicnec ot uanaua at all, on any consid
erations. Now all these troubles admit of
an easy cure. Tho speech of President
Johnson, in reply to the British nnnNter
at Washington, indicates how this cure
may bo effected. Speaking of the rela
tions of Kngluud and the United States,
lI have always known, and accepted it
as a fad houorablo to both countries that
the Queen ' of Encland is a tincero and
liono-t well-wisher to tho United States,
I havo been equally frank and explicit in
the opinion that thej'ricnd.'-bip of iho Uni
ted States towards Great Britain is onjoin
ed by all the considerations of interest
and of sentiment effecting the character
Lot this disposition bo manifested ou
;bolh s-iJes ofthoocoari: let Encland faith
fully disebargo her obligations, giving D0
1 comforl t0 lbo ,mbHo , " ,
preserve our borders" Irom ruthless inva
sion. Then the defences of Montreal anil
Quebeo are already strong cnouuh foraii
enicrgonoy. Then Mtiutaud and the Uni'
ted St-iio may go forward, hand in hand.
to the fulfillment of their high destiny
Nothing is more ridiculous than spending
time iu tho onnsideration of ohms for mii-
Davia Supposed to have Gono to
Nr.w Yomc, April 21. Tho Atiguti
ComtitutioitaltU'of tho I '2th says Jeff Da
vis has gono cither to tho traus-Mississi
ppi depurtniPiit or to E'iropo, taking with'
him hull a million iu specie. Thu Luki
City' Columbian of Florida anuounco
that G u. Milton, Florida has committed
suicide by shooting himself with a pistol
XSF" Tho Union osses in tho rcceni
battles around Petersburg are said to hsvr
been overstated. They will not proba.
hly, all told, exceed ten or eleven thou-
and. Tho Medioal Director at City Point
estimates the number of Union wounded
up to tho retreat of Lee at Gvo thousand.
Tbiswas all ho wos iustruotod touake pro.
T.nltnt. fnvm nniim.nl Rli-i-mnn.
Suspension of Ihsltliiit.
Peace Hmertd Into 1
fVf. Shi mumm' Arlimi I) .mnrtiKCil nf
h am. limp,! thr r7 1 ; i .
Ordeal to Resume JIosli tie lmmA
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iniin.i i moil iv-uvii.i i ,,-
J'tctvUtittobc AMtrvl tvnu f
rrspoiulrnrc between Sturm unit John-
son Kfusniis or the J
Gcnciat ISheiinun's Action
Washington, April 22.- Yesterday a
bcaicr ot a tlhpatoli arrived t m General
Sherman. An ngreement (m tho fiispcn
iion of hostilities and a mem randnm of !
what is called a basin for pe o bail been
ordered into on tho IBib in.t,, by General
Sherman, with the, rebel General Johnson
the rrbrl Grncrn Urrckinridgo being
prc.enl M lhc conforence.
A cabinet meeting was held at 8 o'clock
In tho evening at wlii' h tho action of Gen.
Sherman was disapproved by tho Secreta
ry of War, by General Grant, and bj
every member of the Cabinet.
General Sherman was ordered to re
sumo 1 103 1 it i titles immediately, and he was
directed that the instructions givi'ii by tlw
lato President in the following telegram,
whii'h was penned by Mr. Lincoln him
self, at the Capitol, on tho night of I lie !id
March, and were approved by President
Andrew Johnson, and were reiterated to
govern the action of military commandeis.
On the night of the !)d of March, while
Provident fiucoln and his Cabinet wenv
at tho Capitol, a telegram from General
Grant brought to the Secretary of War
informing him that General Leo had re
quested an interview or cotiler'ttco to
'make arrangements for terms of pence.
The toiler of Gcnrrai Lee was published
I in a message o( Davis to the rebel Con
j General Grant's telegram was submit-
tee to Mr. Lincoln, who, after pondering
(a few minutes, took up a pen and wrote
, rvith his own liandi the following reply,
which ho submitted to the Secretary of
Stale and thu Secretary of War. It wa
then dated, aildres-e'd and ciguod !.'V llie
Secretary of War, and telegraphed to Gen
nun uoitu, amH.'.. ..u . -j;"--- .
WasiiinqtoN, March 12 l M
Liat'cimut Uenciul Gr mt : Tin l're
idem direcH me f.ay to you that he whes
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k-r upon any t olttical questions. Su'-h
f JU.tious tho i'resipent holds io his own'.
yau to have no conierence wiin weu. , y-atc Uovernment mat nan oeen over
unless it be for the capitulation of Gent-ral ' thrown at the sacrifice of many thousand
Lee's army, or on fomo tuttior and purely lives and immense treasure, and placed
military matters. Ha instructs ma to say j arms and munitions of wir in the hands
" ...litJUIHtCll Ulllll. IIVIU U.-7UIIIIUl.U Ullll
bauds, and will not submit them to mill- I , i i t i t c. .
. i used to ronrtm'r and cubdua loyel State
ion. M,iiiiin. Tu tlm nieaniiiiic vou ' . .. ..
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are io pu-'ii to int.- uiiuun juui
E. M. ST.N TON. ;
Secretary of War. '
The orders of General Sheiman to Gen.
Stnnoman to withilraw irom SidUbnry
and join him will wrobahly open thu way
fur Jtff Davis to escape to Misieo or to
Europe with his pluudi.-r.whieh is reported
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to no very mrgo, ineiuumg noi on.y tue
p,lll)(ler ol the Itiehmonu DanKs, but pre
, A di.-patrh received from Richmond says
it is stated here by rcponMhle parties that
t,e amount of specie taken S ni'li by J IT.
Davis and his party is very large. itHud.
jD,, not uv the iluuder of ih.- llichmond
banks, but previous accutnuiatioii't. They
hope, it is t-ai-l, lo make term-, with Gen.
Sheimnn, cr -some other Southern com
mander, by which tin y wi.l be pcriiiilti-d
with ihi'ir (ff-ots inuluding their cold
plunder, to go to Misii'O or Europe,John-1
moo's moiiatious look to thu eud
j After the Cahiutt mi'tiiug Ir.'t night
Gen Grunt started for Nonh Carolina to
' direct operations ngaiu-t Johnston's army
! EDWARD M. STAN TGN.
Stcretary ol War.
Wahunoton, April 23,
Ab reports havo been iu circulation for
some time of a coricPpondenco between
Generals Jubuitori and Sherman, the fol
lowing memorandum or basis of what was
agreed upon between iho Generals, and
the result is published.
Memorandum or Hasis oj Agreement,
made this lbo 16th day of April, A- D.
1600, near Durham's Station, iu the
State of N"ith Cirnliua,ly and between
Geueral Jo.eph E, .lohiiniu, comm.vid
ing iho Confederate aiiny, and Major
General W. 'J'. Sherman, oommaudin,;
the army of the Uoitd Siatcs,both prio
1-t. The contending armies now in the
fu-ld in maintaining tho niatux jin until
notieo is gives by ths commanding genera1
of any one to bis opponent, and resonu
blo time, say forty eight hourr allowed.
'ii. The Confederate aruiicii now in ex
istence to be disbanded and conduct! dlo
ibc-'ir .'oveul State c.ipituN, there to depoiii
heir arms and ptihlio property in tin
Stato arsenal, and each officer and mauto
xecuto and file an agreement to ceai
irom acts of war, and to abide tho action
jf both Stato and Fidjral authorities.
t'hu number of arms and munitions ol
war to buieported to tho CLief of Ordi
nance at Washington city, subject to the
I'uturo action of the Copgref.s of the United
states, ami in thu meantime to be used
nlely io miiinlain peace aud order within
ho borders of tin States rcepect vely.
3d, The recognition by the Excoutivr
of the Uni'ud States of tLo several State
Governments or their offioer and Lcsis
latnroj taking the antb pro'cribod by thu
nftrt,itti,iin i of ihr United States, and
' where conflicting Stato Governments havo or alive." Afior his death, tho same nay
M, an I a IJnsis , mu((a rron, ,,e wnr ,l,0 legitimacy of Howard repeatedly declarod lhat"Vna
with he hibth- nU bi8)1' b(j ,ubmlttPj ,0 ,b0 fc'Uplcme dlen was dead O-d d-n him. a. he ought
Court of tho United State
4th. The ro cslnblirhmcnt nf all Fed.
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crat couns in me ocyunii mics yiiii 'vn-
'f-crsaa dtfuicd by tho I'onstitullou and
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ccutiro can, ll.eir political rights and (ran-
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,cuiso, us wen as meir ngum ui iur?uu mm
property nB UcQiitd by tho Uonsiitutiou of
the United Stoics and of the Status re-
Oih, Tho executive- authority or Gov
ernment of the United States not to dis
lurb any of the people by reou of the
late war, so long as they live in pcaco and
quint ui-d abstain from acts of armed hos
liliti' ntirl ntinc tl InU'.s in PXIHtCr.CC B
the place t.f their rr.Mence.
7tb. In general terms it is announced
that wa? is to cease. A ci'Heral ainneHy,
so far as the Exccutivo of the United States
can comtuand,on condition of the di-band-
incut of tho Confederate armiee. The
disttibution of riii3 and the resumption
of peaceful pursuits by officers and men
hitherto couipo-ing said armies,
Not being fully empowered by our re
spectivf principals io fulfill these tenns,
wc individually and officially pledge our
selves to promptly obtain authority and
will endeavor to carry out tho above pro
(S'gncd) W. T. SiieiiMAN,
Aljijor General Commanding Atmy U. S.
in North Garoliua.
J 13. Johnson,
General Commanding C. S Army iu N.
THE DISAPPROVAL OP OEN. SHERMAN'S
Il i-J reported lhat thi-i proeeedin;r nf
General Sherman was disapproved for
the following, among other reasons :
1st. It was an exercise of authority not
vesfd in Gen. Sherman, and on its faci
Miows that bjth bo and Johnson knev.
hat Gen. Sherman ' had no authority to
tntnrinto any huch arrangements - '
id. It was a practical acknowledgment
of tho rebel Giivorniiient.
3J. It undertook to re-cstabli-h rebel i
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tuiKht be used as toon aa the armies of
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i 4tli Uv tho restoration ot r:U. I ati-
thority in the recipeelivo State-, th'y wod
be ena'ded to re-establiih shivery.
5th, It might fat uis'i a gioutid of re
sponsibility on the part of thu F di-ral
Government to piy the rebel debt, and
ct-rtiiitily Huhj Tts liual citizens of rebel
States to the iluht contracted by re'iels io
the name of the State.
6th. L put in dispute tho exit-tence ol
L , s (JoVfnimeuls Bnd ,,1B now
,s , We.,t Virginia, which had bee
' rec, g.dsid by ev-ry dep irtojent of thr
7th. It piactically abolished Confisea
tiou law-, and relieved rubcls of eveiy de-
grf e who had slaughtered our people, from
a'l pains and penalties for their crimes.
81b. It give terms that had been dclib
crit' d repcatrd'y, and holemnly nj-e'ed
by Pre?i 'c-nt Lincoln, and better terms
than rolu-lj h.id ever asked iu their moit I
prospciou-i condition. j
Oih. It formed no baia of truo and 1
latint; pi:ace, but relieved rebels from the
presruro of our victories and left the.m iu
h condition to renew their efforts to over -
throw the Uuitud StaiL's Government and
i-ulidue tho loyal States wherever their
strength was recruited and auy opportu
nity thou Id offer.
I Inward iiiipurt, Lewis nupcrt and
Henry Rupert were put upon trial in tho
Court of Oyer and Terminer of this ooun.
ty, on Tuesday last, for tho murder of W.
Vnnasdlcu at Centerville, on the 31st of
December last. Vana.'dli u was a deser
ter from tho army and the Huport's at
tempted to arrest him, and while doing so
Howard Uuport .hot him causing hii dea'h
in less ihauau hour afterward -i. The facts
a proved on the trial are about as fol- 1
lows: sometime iu the fall tho Ruperts!
declared that as miou as they got through '
with .heir wo.k they would "attend to"
ana-tiien ; tuit soma time previous How-
art! had alo declared that if V. did not
hu-k his (Rupi rt a) corn ho should never
husk fur any oiher'pereon, &o. On the
3ltt of December, thoy came lo Centre
i He, where Vaua.dk-n lived, oad wLcro
i lur,;o num'.er of perous were asPoiuhU'd
it ibe. hotel, among iheni the decjaaed,
mid when lie It-ft fnr hia num l.ii,n ...... ..r
uiu r.upens placed ms nana upon Vaua
.i . . i u . i .
uitn ii euouiner aim batu you
prisoner." Vana-dlen replied "how to?
Ilupert answered "well vou are," -when
V jerked himself louso and walked off.
When he was about ten yards off Howard
Rupert called upon him to stop und almost
iti.tantly fired his pi-tol, tho balluntrti g
near the spmal column anil coining out at
tho point of the breat bono. They then
took him to hii houso and insist' d on
taking him to Carlisle, whilst he wis in
the agonies of death, Howard having pro.'
vieuly derlared that he would d livor
. na. vmxui, uwmiiuu amjj.,1,,
liim at tho ProvoH M irshal's offioo "dead
to be," and timilar ejprcsions, lending
to slmw malice.
Tl, ACntiAtinlt nl'pmntml In tostifff the I
r v ,
killing, by showing thut lie wai a ticsoii-r,
and that Col. Hniderson lud n.q'justcd
,,, m rra .hn. unit Mr. Karl v. n de
ttotivd oooneoted with tho Provost Mar-
shal's office, had told them that if ho at-;
Inii.hlail In ntrtfllin frnui llinm thrV should !
moot imii uown.
The tri tl occupied thre da), and af-
ter a full and impartial charge from Judgo
Graham, tho jury retired on Thursday
evening to deliberate, and returned on i
Friday morntog wuu a vcruiet oi muroer
riuay morning wuu vi ...u.....
it) the lust degree uyiiuiev uiu niiii,
ond tnurdflr in the second degree against
Lewis ituport and Henry Ilupert. .
. .1 l. J
1 hf Ueienua.os wore men rraisua.u
prion to awau uiuir usuteuoi-
?hc Captures at Mob,le.
Ovtr 150 Gus att.COO llok of fvt
t n 5 000 Piisoneis taken
e If., f,,,, ;. n..
0 Mos'jy S .W'Vi bunenrferIJtS lltn
!In,iiin Him A ntwurtl cf '2 000
OlTocil for Mosfbu'a Capture,
WAFtltraTON, April 83.In a di.pch
dated at Mobile, 5 o'clock p. in , on April
... . r . i , i -
Mill, .tiaj'ir tienerai wanoy rrporn i
fol'ows; W u Ded in Mobile, and its do-
lenees on the wcM tido of the bay, over
101) puns end very large amount ol am
unition and rupplics of all kiudi, and
uventoricf are now bung takrti r.nd a
detailed report will be forwarded as peon
as they arc onmp'u ltd. The quantity ef
cotton will .probably reach 30,000 bjlcs.
and there is a large amount of provifionfl
M-ijor General Hunocck reports that
nearly all of Mweliv'j command havo
-urrendered, iueludinxr nearly or ciuitti all
of the officers, except Mosehy himself.
Some of Mo'eby's own m"n aie hunting
lum for a reward of S'-J.OOO offered for'
turn by General Il.incork, who ha.i been
lirericd tocttablish headquartorr. at Wash
The coun ie? of Prince George, Chirlee
mil St. Mary's have, duiin ihe whole
war,' bean noted for their hostility to the
Government, and thfir protrrlion to rebel
1,1 .trt L-A 1. rntiriiHif r.il-iril Unln .ir..! A.n.i' !
, .. .
other species of public enemies.
The murderers of the Prosidont were
harbored there before the murder, nt.d
Ilooih Aid io that direoiiou. It be ot -
-apes. 11 win u owio 10 rcnvi hoooidim i
y-i-a 111 uru it'iiuu.
The inilit.n j commander of tho depart
ment will -peedily take mvaxutoii 10 hriujr
tlioe rt-bul eym-p-ilhizers and neeomplico
iu the murder Io a en-m of thru criminal
E. M. STANTON,
S.croUry of War.
In a Fort bf to IVtnrshur, Va , on
April vid, lsOf), John LuDV Parker
aged -!! yi-ar.-i and 4 dny.
t)n the 13 h in t., John, infant son ol
Hiram ana m .a Apou-mm, near
I t,orlli ,,1It.(i hlx W0l
On tin' !2J inst., si City Point. V.i .
HknkvG. l'llIMPS of Uavid-nn' lov-.n
i-h'p. Sulivan cniinty, Pa ,of Company r.
dtli Pa. C iv., n ho was inornlly wcuot'ed
t the hanlu of Fiv po ut-1, V.i , op th
3l.-t of M irch, 105 i-ged 'JO yiar, 7
month- and H days.
Io S ili-l'ury, N. C R b"! Prison, on
the 2oth of D-eember 15-0-1, Jessr A.
Cre.s V, ol Miiiliuvillo, th'.- ouunty, mvo
, :i7 y""- 0 "ontl" 3 ' iy-
Adminisi. ator'a Itiottuc.
Estate nf A mhi w si, due :srd
T IlTTHRs of adnilatiitratio-i. dehmit ni. tun tts
tat.tentu antio. "i tin csl ito of An trt w If $, Inie
cf Husarli) i' l'vnnhii. vn,, ri r. i-ct. hav.t lirfJU
grHttie t l')' tltts 'tej sii'r 'if (Ml'imbi-i c i.iuiy io i u mi
Jo Kiifiit't, nil p'TEitii hivin rl.iitiii itinu am .
lat'i uf ttn Ui-c tiuai ir r 'U iad io p rj- iu thiin U
fr!ny1.tua uit wru ni'iuiitcaio luk; piym-nt ivnh
April M I'M
'PHK nn.h'ritn"il niT.ir. to .l nl prlvnls alc, hi
' I mou'rat- leri. Ihe fol o-inir ite.cnbAil article-.
i EXOI'LLENT MARE SIX YEARS
r imii.y iVAooN.fjoDiispRivc u'ao.
ANII A NliW PANNING Mll.l,
April w. loss
TUT received a new as.oittnctit of"col
WLL PAPER, INCLUDING BOR
DERING AND CEILING I'APEH. '
ami a iiinir.il inrii'ly nf in'ili'rUI In hl line nhicl
will bi- f. mill on thu ruist' I'l.iiDKiiii.Hfiiliicy UH,t
"f '""'' "."I 'Sl"rr '" ' " R ipirt lilotit. nhel.i aO
p.rnn ivi-hi'is uii-Ma ii lug Hue will ba attenJ-J ta
in jicffcon .it all Hum.
Eriri' Pnner ll.inrrinir ......t .j i
TT I i n ' VUM'U 'uuiutr
.nm uuii siyiu ni snort notice. i
niooiniburj, Apill 83, jm -ly j
HP HE Annual Meeting of Ihn Stock.
ball-Hat thtir olhao at I,o,wii ., tV '".'K??.'-,. Vi 1
buiin'e'M lt0,'r"' tU"v,-''ti0l "f u'Heera, aad iiuir'
' 0. R. PAX T. IN, Prcxidem.
Illnnnnhiirir. April 7J IS'CS -Hi
THOS. I) BROWN, Harbor,
r.l.OflM -lifiio. (Vliunbu ( ,!,
prll ri s-j,
' " 1 ' J' 'Jl' M "U '" '2
if you Want to huy
SPUINO AND SU.MMEH;
' . vjij, jrj
a t ftfl ft f J 'J,
- WiV W -j;r
f'rr!Byi MtOff, In MM Wl,-r..
Who Krtp h'tnlt o
OINGHAM , .
fi?45 Kr'i il t S ; If ri i J f " ,
sa.;ci f ujiauv v
.''nit, . Huoou.
i s, ami full HiMitlmint of tlraily Miulo Clotbli-c
U '-en and 111) went lilth v re di-tcnulned to
ch;Mlt.rthintnht l.o-iht elreliere. ColU..l
nti.i jmiirn inr urdivc
nr.iiioivr.-t. -un-ir ti. nti-nr ..r n n-iirnru
ji 'ii-ijeil an I suitably d'ri ttn l Mr Hie n-ioin-jdoloa vt
bi. 0RKAgY, & Co.
t ifht Htrect, AmiI w. iesi.
, . , . ' '
p . r, .
SlOVG & 1 HUVarti IlOp
'JTIE undi'r.-!ic'!''d inform tho pulilio to
genira' that he lian rp-nel u
NEW TIN SHOP
"II tie Ml I Illfg l r Hnj oc-uiiifu ny r. n. ..n-jritr, w.f
Iln,ir ,,,,. . 0,(uif., ii,,ortat uiri. .m amii
t-'tr- ct l.lufiiiit burs. htr.- he w 111 m..l,e all 'linlj of
'liu-iVar.i and Hi-pililca, In is ii Kt)k-iiuJ u.-. luodof.
proVli? nf all Kln.ti and luilllic. for ff'oorfcr
nlabrd to ordi-r.
Km"1 Country produci tnkon and pub ia
I riimm r-ni i-tf..l!v uAttfiid.
Ill I .n MPT 7. .Ir
Binrnimr. April 1.1 s j
' 7 I '
Jfll tl J '
""AME to the rift'dnnoe of tho KriHerf-
J b't. lat
i Centr.' tnnnjhlp. un Cf but Inn Cth if
Apiil, Iti.o a
weiihln; almi; t hundred lb. Th" ownjri.f.
I'll .tfa I" iroT. pr-p.--iy ,11 ch lr za. and u U- r
wy, or tlm will In .u.u.-d nf a e.irdln; ti liiv.
1-sA C lit., n.
April SB. IH65-3nr
llEUEUTS Foil .MAKCU.
I The tollowtna payments have bnen aiido
j , fho QmnMa Dome at office, during
ti,B ,n0tb 0f .Msnb, 180.0:
j j.nx- RMt
1 P Vt I'arhh tr
I j )1,- .1 nf ham t Vm-iI
i u.r Uo'.b 't (II. tun
4 c-i'J .-rni Omni
- iii'i iluntbn t'-j
'i 1. 011 .In.- Kn.WL
4 I hn J Vmi 1 .r-'i'M,
I !j I'lruiiiit O- Mhtit
i in.Jai.ib O-ihu
A 'Mj- John, n
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7 mci,-..i ..f Ii ,mrl I'f.lisr
i t 1
1 ij sim'i Ciran
i Ji-Jm 1 ilslcy
; no: e.ui Lfidr
o It nari.iian
tluat.. ir C'.ixiity
1r Anna P Mill-r
Joe. & ii! r -y
A I. H.miii ri'iJIt
t.i.'u K ll.mcr
i( 1 , Mtintiiur fi'i'iol I n. S i
2 :o; Aiiii.iiriii'i.t -1
V i.,!Jo'm 0 ' hil.ti-. S il
1 1. -iiu i.iuon
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' Ju UH 11 I'attuH t. U''iHeo!) ja. ouy i .
1 I'i It 'lllrr i S.I J M lntr V Ii
Philip ViiUr. ;itt 00,'l'iii'r J-K-nby 7 .
Jo. pti M., ry .ri yn .Wiliufbn r uoi. I.)
I Miller r i''nr 'i in J'hn l.i.i.i 1 1
I filer iiiulfr 2 JuHUihias I.'lrni V d
PMer .iAkt n U",J II fun. K1 S 0
A-ar ii ilium Mi i.i on ilriidir.h't i! iJ
iHrobUoiid J 5 1 J I. r.rn.'Ur. i;-q 41
J K'pl -llliy, E.'I V b.l,L'o. MUM '.uJniy SivJ
IIC Kel'linrr 2 JO i.'abri-l f vtri i.
"rl VV McKi-Ivy i! W H M (I. ailnot . ii
.-i.i.'iel .Vii hurt t.f.' uli John A IVni-ton, Ki I .'.ti
n.-nry Ho.i-iiil'.cK 3 U'l N P V uure l
Jlu'i 11 I' rt.-y ii.ti ti W John Oirt.ot US
Kn .if Andru'V nil liaec! h i' rini.uc-1 .tlcllt-nty 1 to
Ji'hiii-ri1- .' Hi' I.Iiub llowi- I 'J ii
John i)i'iit;ricK -i J o n wniti'injir lb in
iiav nl Miller. S ..lllfi'ii''l l.i-i, l--q 1 u
F. .;. HAKKIftON, M L.
7 Ol 'I.l rrapHctlully inform thentUei.i if'Jonrse
v V .burf.und vit-nutv, that I'.- ititi leihit p-aeti... .-(
MKhlLWC .-t.Vli .Jt7.fH.A,
ni .oli.-itH h liZi'. ul'pnUlic .(tin.itnu.
Oniik. on . M. ii Stmt lire, linim b.'lrtw l),r :.i ri
llomi-, Plu'i iiishiirt.
I" tirn-iv -l 1-41 If
The iprinr 8. na of 'Ills PJiv.l will api.n osTne
itny, Ihe Irlh mat , in th- I'.aai-iuenl ol t le H rnian Id.
(Ofinert Ch.iirn u in.. I an. he- of alil-rui r.iiiili-h
hc'ii atmi mob- tau'il. I m h will r tea.- lr:i. "J
ti pi'r iUii.er or wiv oi uli ka
Initriiiiiuii. will Ii- iven in Hey of ih fanrj branch
en ana mno on 0: Korte Piaie. "r Sl.-i Ui-un.
m.i.ti.voitA i u.duiicR.
ricointbui-. A rii e. ie ,j.
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PAUL ft THOMPSON,
W1IOI.ESAI.K jjgggPs DKAI.KR3 I.V
Ab. 4U A'oih tn.arvi'!tt
r. IT T X r ft ti n I' I'll i n . .. i. .
f ...... u ... 1'ii.u.i'b, ii a ii ii, q c
Nov. 1 4 J".--12.ho..
SEND VOUR ORDEItS
POH L'LANK BOOKS & STATION
Jt- i;RV io tv,. rnr.nv.
... , , .... . Maniifirl'unii.' tfutionfr.
.March l. W., s. w. CMr, -im m, uc. PluP.
fStnliiUJcs y ajjti Blaau ESuoli n
i , vv. c rrr.RV
I Mi'rcl' mi--3"' till auj liaie ft , hilH
LEATHER I LEA TIIKR! !
' TatRh',1rm,r.'iif.T.,l WT'1 """""'' "'' he ha. nphai 3
J atlimllutoaaci., Kmn.iriin.i. on (lain Hi., 1U,,
Vs' ''"''"'liiieut..f ilnr.reni kind oritalti Vr. "i cb i
nm-.-.,if ,M, iiwruu-o (red aieli. atKYu,, I U lZ. aft
f ) "HI ...'Il rheaper than ran b liaill "u heTl
, Oi tin. mark. t. Call uni e.ernin, th- , ri? yS uvc '
I'-litnniiilindP.VnrN. I Pit I
Ji'il.n K. (J1KTON
At A. J. Evans'
'.ATBST SYLES-CAEAP GOODS
l Jlhl llll.l.'i-kluii. .1 r..a......r..i... . . .
! imi ii!!'1!1,""1 "i,;;rir"lly infonnn hi, ivienJi
heme th-le.ia.orlmrnt ever om-reo In thl maiket.
Al.ncai...iira.ortnienlof Uo) Cloihl L IfaVt
eyi'iythiiig ,,, i , tnll,s nc Vor 'r- ,U,n nrrfe r
lo lent e tin ir nn aMiteB pt.rf,,.t a( ' ,, ''"
mn 'of l'1"0 kerv '""'"da large a.toil-
ttnois Axn shoes
U ATB Ml OAIV j.,., ,lir w(tn K va, , -( ,
J All, AM) i t I'll! VOLKrK F
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