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ANJ) BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER.
LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR
"TO HOLD' AND TRIM THE TORCH OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH."
TERMS: $2 oO IN ADVANCE.
VOh. 19. NO. 20.
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1865.
VOLUME 2 9,
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL
ESTABLISHED ns a REFUGE FROM
Tnc Only Place where a Cwc can be ob
tuincd. Or. Johnson has dinoverrd tho most
Certain, Hpcrdy, ami inly Klfcctita1! Iliiiiody III ll'.u
World fur Wrukiipc of the Haikur Limb. Htrirlnri's
Afl'erllniH nf tin1 Klillny mill lilailih'r. In v.ttint.iry
Ulvi li.irt'rn, I in r it u it . (ii'iicral 111 bllity, Nurvi.il'
ni'm-, llyspipsla, I.anpiir.r, Low Spirits. Confusion uf
Idr-iis. t'alpit.il imi nl tliu lliutt.Titiildlij, 1 ivmlilitie,
ItlniiicF.J .if Hltlil nr Clilillni hf. Micas.' of tin: llcful
'I'll real, Nose, nr lluwils-thom Tcrril.l., Di-tonlcrH
(lriaing I'inni fulitary lliiiuls of Youth-i cii t and
Military ptntt itcayiiori; filial tu thrir vicliuiB than thu
muiu nV r-'j reus I" Hi' Maiii'u rs of lfl i-.es, blluhtlii!!
their mn.t lirljll.iiil hopes or nntiupullous, tcmlcrilit;
mariluge, &c.i liupuiMlilo.
I'spci lally. who linvi' hccunni tho victims of f'olltary
Vice, that dimitl'iil unci diminutive habit whkh aunti
tilly snuil'D lii'iti untimely j;r!iv c llioii-tiinls of young
lin-n nl' the' iitu-l u.uilloil luluiiln ami brilliant liiltlloii,
who uilnht Minimise have entranced li-tmliig Hen
n'm with In thumb is of elo'iicnci or wukad lute
stacy tin: Iliiug lyn in.iyr.ill will, full confltk'iice,
Vanli'il it rM'i". or young mi 11 iniitompl.illu:! mar.
ring.', h' I'1:: aware if phy(.'al weaklier, organic du
hility, .klnrmitl"-. speedily iurd.
Hi' who pl.i i' - unhfi.'U'innli i tliu ran: uf Ih J.inay
ii lluimisly int.uile In I1I1 hniior n a uenlli'inuu, anil
nnilliUiill.v rii ui"i Im tikill ii.ii phyeicuu'
nittJAMU u i:akni:&i
iiint''i'i.it''ly C'ir d an. I fill viinr luilnru.l.
'! his iIIkIiuiim ..tf..ct!ou which ininljri lift tul s
im.iIiI .i I niiirrl.iiii' iinpiH.iMi. Is th., p malty pi I
hy tin- u inns nl iii.pr-.pur liulnlji-.icp-. V.uinix per
t.n i.rv I., apt hi Linni.tlt i Nfi'pi-iv fiuiii mil being
.man' "f "'" ''"' C'liiiu'iueiice.. 1'iat inny ensue.
'nw w li" that niii'.i rn.ni'l tin- kuIiji i t t ill pn lui I In
i!i nt that IhnpnwiT nl prurrc alimi I In.l nmn r hv
tin.,.' i.illnij in-. iiht pur IiiIiiik than hy tliv pin
,1, nt i i;imiI. Ii'ins ih ir tl'i-' iilranirt! l IitiI
tr (.ll'iii'iini;. Uii: nn -t f iiii'in nnil ih-hlriii In ' .-.tiip-hiiHnllM'th
li'cly iiinl niiinl nrmu, 'I'lia hi. in Im
.niiiii ili'r.iiif'l. 1,1 ' rhyifal ami menial lulu tlnns
wi iim ni'.l. I.ti' "' rr.rt!.ilivu puw ur, Ni'U uu. In i
filnlliy lit pi'Pi'ii I'.ilpiiailnn nrtli't llcari. 1iiiI'm
li'iri 4 -oift it'ti'- Inliiy. a Wiuling nl tila 1'l.uil'j
r.iiiiii.''"""',l'""",1,,l',, a"'1 ""111'
, ,.riihi! )iil Ci.lli'KU nl Darm-nnii, l."ii.lnn,
?' , w " li..m .nr. 'if lli.'i.n.t cinlin.nt Cull,. -uu In Ih"
i- ... I Mull -. ..ml Ih i! iri.it. r pari m n.." iiiu
..I ii..! in.iti
, . ;. .... ..I 1 1..i.
Il.l.'ll HP' ' . , ,,..,. nl II... m.ojI
rvi r known j m my tr"ii'
nl ami Li-is . hrn .id'i'i'p.
ul, inn a al na.)Lii . una.,.
i, li'i. anil i-iiittiiiii
...t.iin lil nu iim-.t 111 it 'V '
. ... I ill. rl il'iill! in t1"' I'
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.icii inrvini , i ,i,: .,,..., i,, l l
I. i-lll'llln.'ffi. Willi It' 1 ' nt -'"e
lini 'l. w ith il. iaicn.t.i.1 of nnii.l, ui caret iwinc.i-
"l l' T.MCi; l-AUTIl-'I'LAll NOTll.'I'..
Ilr J. inl.'r.'SfM all llmeu wlm In injnr.'.l tln'iii-
t ! T, ' ! "iVt' 'nVn 1 ' I.'iVi V " 1 1 at i -.' in'"lh"' jy!lJ
J-"- ... ..t. !v. Dcr.'itiL'Clih'lit
"f'thu lltcVi-'liVi !' tninlio.H, (tfia'ial Debility. i-ii-
t, li ilru, l.-.l l.o,i,f i.i"iV. CmriiMun ..I l.l.'i.s.
til,, nly. c...iiJrii-i. I...f"il Uii'lf. I uui.litj .Au
iri' soti.i' t,f II. 1 1 pnnlni'i'il.
"i h. ' . .'i. ... i.f u- r .";;, i": f
whati.lh.'t,..-. ..l-'hiii ..l.ninsh!allh. l "";"-' r
Mnr. Ii.-iiiiiiiiu .'ak pala. ntrt..iH ami . ..t.tk .
Iiauiii! a mii,;iiI.ii app.'auan- almitt tliu tj'u. cltMh
ami ryinptunii "I Cii.iii n.ptiuii.
.. .... .. .'. i it, ..'Iiik bv a certain pr.ifli'i' in
"'' .....I il.. I...irili. lllllll
" Our Consllliitlon jiiard It over !
Ottr clorlona Unionhold It dear 1
Our It tarry riaE-forsako It never I
The proud Cutcaaslanour only poor!
editi:d by m:vi i tatb. rnorniETOiii
Saturday Moruing.July 15,1065.
TERMS OF THIS PAPER:
( .UTUd jAN'L'AltV 1st, 1X3. )
$3 00 per Year, or
2 50 if paid strictly in advance.
In mi c r.itt v, n trntiinctit not tube iippalk'il, corrupt
"J or imnproinisoil It kuowmiu I).t3i:nu5s, It cowers
lono danger, It oppresses 110 weaknuss. Ik'striatit c
only of liespollsiii it id tha kolo conservator of liberty,
la'ior in.l prn..'rly. It la thu enliun.iit ir Irueduin, of
t-iual liylitu, (il'L'iu.n obligiiiioiia-.he law of nature
IKivuiliu Ihu law of the MiiiI-Ai.lmi.
DiHAl'i-oiXTti'. Thu pooplo of Dom iok
wore tli.-nppoiulud iu proouiia6' both
Dpcakors aud iuumo for tliu "Fourth."
Wc had to depond upou our o.vn cittzcus
to ,-uppl the dfficii'uoy. Wli'lc wo have
no disposition lo cav.-l or find fault, wo
rigrct that the orators of Iho day tool; nd
vanlahi- of the time and oronsiou to make
a political liariiinrjuo, tore Mined to the
Lurtins than at a national cel-bration.
Riv. M. I'. Crusthwcite, a brawling
MclLo'.li-t proaohor, as wo '.cam fiotn ihc
Gazette, a what w.u failed tho "Orator
ofthoday." llute i.n ain.ther iustauru
where the proprialii'ii of yoei il ritiaunship,
and common decency wcru outiaoud and
' The Hai'risburg Celebration.
Tho Douiooraoy of Hnrrisburg held n
uiogniOcjiit celebration upon tho Fourth
of July, in Fishor's Grove, near that City.
Hon. CiiArtLiiS J. Bidui.E, of Philailel
plila, dolivercd a very logical and eloquent
Oration on tho oo'oasio'n, and the Rev.
Daniel Gans, of Norristowu, mado an
appropriate and sensible Christian prayer.
The following timoly-wordcd and patriotic
letter from Senator Muokalew, was read
at tho Celebration :
From lion. C. 11, Ihtckakw, V. S. Sen.
utor from Pennsylvania.
Uioojisuuno, July 1, 1805.
Gentlemen -. I havo received your in
vitation to attend a Democratic celebra
tion at Harrisburg an tho 4th instant,
which I am unable to accept.'
It is, iu my opinion, desirable that
iiiuuiiuua i'ir uutuur.uiu!' luu iviiiitvurnory n, ,. , , , . .
of Independence ahould. bo non-partisan . "-" "Ja ""ureeu a iuer to rres
iu character. Hut, I understand from the ldcut Johnson, in which she olaiuis that
uewspanets tliat you arc compelled, by a tho only crime proven aaaint her waa that
due tense of self-respect, to stand opart of kissing hcrooibin, a rebel officer; and
from your Republican neighbors on this furthcrmoro.that it was not her.btit auoth-
them to cndtiro tho burdons of Hfo, bo tint
boing faithful to Thco and tbemeeives,
they may at last end thoir days in thy
peaoo, fully pcrsuadod of tucir reward of
rightcousnoss in Ilcavou.
All this wo beg in tho narno of Jctus
Christ Thy Son, who has taught tit hum
bly to my; Our Father who art in
Heaven, hallowed bo Thy namo; Thj
kingdom come, thy will bo done in oarth
aa it is done in Heaven. Givo us this
day our daily bread, and gorgivo us our
trespasses aa wo forgive ' those who tres
pass against us. Lead us not into temp
tation, but dolivcr us from evil, for Thiuo
is tho kingdom,tho power and glory foi ev
S& Mas. BnxrY Periunii, of Haiti
moro, who wna recently convicted of
jou a subordinate position in a Joiut cclc- " wll klfl9C(1 & rcbcl oA !
bration, aud huliject you lo a dueourse. n-i""iiitfi'unson, u is roporicu , ooustu
from a notorious political priest. A simi- era her osplanation perfectly satisfactory,
l.ir spirit of itiroli'iiuu has been mauife.ited and haj almost determined to pardon hurl
...any o.uer p.nui'.-. utfiuu your o ky 1U She wa3 coavic,cd of this awful ()fl'cllsc b.
nro.icliitn, fl.,iv..r,arv. wlieicbv ''union'' Milltar' Commissiou.eoUSibtiug of Judg
celebrations (iu the proper teuso ol that Advocates, reporters, and nobody knows
torni) havo been prevented. In speaking how many I'rigadiorH. This is conclusive
thus, I have particularly in view a caso in ovidence that we have a stron.' covcrn
ll.t I .l. ...... ... I ....l. II.,r. .....I " -
nip luu.lij UllU UlUUlO lib uuuu tiitltu ai.u I .Q
Your political antauotiifts do not appear
to understand l,tho tigns of i he tiiii'S," C'f Hon. A. II. Stephens, late Yico
which ludioatu that intolerance, insolence I'rcMduut of the rebel confederacy, now
aim outrage, f0 oompicuous t.ur.ng iuC nt alowcJ q .q
- v I tlill ilU4 ,J U Uat V AtwU UlUIIUuwM JJ Ml I . ... , , .
unlooiMi. desnoyt'd by '.tfunntic.il political have ! reached tluir tittnosl possible limit Pcn ,,r l,.ul,y Irom mno. t0 ,Bn ,n tLo
nboliiiou "I'.lMl hound of Zion." Wo
sajjctnll such rrniing pnlit'oal l'ricst-
"with nipger on the brain aud muliee in
thtir I.Lurts," be remembered and exo
crated, by the tine friends of "Lihcity the
Union aud tho Constitution."
iu this country , aud that for the future
forenoon, in company with nn officer.
tho ordinary ru'cs of deconov and some His health is vcrv Icohle. and it is feared
I der-rco of justico and fairness must be ob- thu imprisonment is fast underminim; his
reryud hy them in both political ami social W(jab COU3lUutiou. Ho is kept in a room
action. The sus.pun.-ion of war expondi- . ,. ..
turcs and of war patronage, tho decrease "1 "lmsu"' fe'uaruc" a" ,uc 11,1,0 u? lwo
nuiuitio. i ujiuiiister-ueuerai iiuagan,
who is similarly guarded, is allowed a
daily prom. mado batweeu six aud seven
o'clook P. M.
" ".' ' " . '." .. I 1.' pii.,I run.
me il V li' l i-v.'il w n.'i. at- i ,
, r, n.ai.i.i!.'.' iiiipo.-il.le ,1ml ik:ll..ys Llli " '
I. nly. fhoulil apply iinin 'ili.UHy.
, nf Willi II .ira
Vt hat a inly Ih it a ymini! man. ""i "l."."r
. ... ili.. nn. i. ill iilri It. in 1114. r-iiniii i"-
i.ii'iiiii-..... t- ami iil.i nn ntf .'I lil''. "' lllu '"."r11
.pi. -Ill .' nl ill't l.tllil!: iruii.i.' i';,""
dill; ill? in a i" tiaiti icn:l .ial.lt.
In fait, cunt-; H4lalia
f nature, ami in.
uch p.'Isuiio luii.'l,
.. ..! .. . ,. .v,.,l mil,, I r.iul limit' are tha
L .rv rinui-ll.' !' prniliotu tuuiiulilal liappju.'.-!i III'
.lied tu" . 'I the, ' tl.iiji.urni'J tlirouCli Uf.; beruinea
w.'ary i k'rl.iia..' ; tliS l't"-."'t ' "'V'"" "'
, , el In niiinl I, I'oni's Mudi.we.l w ith .
am u .'. w i n i if iin iai.t.i.... ,"
pine"!, of aiinlhar bec.ni'a bllsltlu.l with our own.
(Jfffc;7 Smith Frcetick Strut,
left haml aid.' Kami! from l!alliiu..r.! trret, a tew- ilnnr
l,;,i 1,4 .'inn r. Tail not to ubiiv name au.l nun.
XKh" N'o I. '.t.'rs ri riivi-.l mil.:.'.!, postpal I au.l cm-
laiii.n. a -lanin in ' ?l " " - 'z . ,.
w!tl,. -h.i.il.l inn., nu.. ami send portion ofaU'e.li.
Jllellt desrill.illj H'liil'l.'iu'
i-l,0 I'liitor' liipl.iuio I'-inSi in Iim nlticc.
Eiulorscimnto' llic 'rus.
The many UfamU cured at lliia ital.li.hiiicut
Xtill iu ll el,,Mtw...ty yarsand Ihe '!';'"''' '.
ii.irl.iut Suralr.il ol"-.'.!..'" I'urlor .ed. I ' "r- J..hn
, il 'luini'I;'.! l.y'il. r.'Pork'iH '!' ,''l,pi',','.'ir','.','t 1?,'.'i'1'
oth. r t.iiiifi-.. ii"tr" n whiih Iruu appi an-1 iigiui
JJenlionu'i nf.haia.l r ami .etp..u.ibil.ty. a .ul.i
in.nl nuarantj to ih allluU'd-
Skin )ii-cs Sicrditj Cured.
April 'il. l 'l'A.-ly
of arbitrary power in pub'ic adminiftra
tioi), and tho rapid growth of public sen
i . . . . - -.. . ....
Wo wonder whether the "lllood- ""'ui ' ;oroi tnc usagrs uu ri'iueoiu
I , r. . , . , . ,, vi iiuuut.ui iiiiu-a. me idem .ututuriu...ii"t;
lllllltlOH nl ft nil ' irnr i-nn.l ... fnllnioni .... .
" of which tuey do not properly estimate,
paragraphs Irom tnu teaching of "One Hut if they do not recogn:z-! them, and
who tau 'lit ai never .-mm taught :" do not adant liieir nolicv to the chanced
"D.cssed arn tho pcaoe linkers, for thev conditions whieh surround them they will
snail lie cuiieu tnc clnlitien ot Uotl. soou recive insiruotion irom v lunar eo u-
'l.ovu vour enemi.-s. l.l,f th,.,., tion-', which, thouoh it may bo gucvolis,
, - i - - - w ' i .11
I ..in s.i vnn. .In nn.nl M il,,., I , ,-,. Will UC JUSt, SaitllSrV &I1U labllllg.
i . .'? ' I T n... ..j.n,..r..1t nn nK.,.1iot,l vnr.
anil ilcsiuteluilv use VOU allu liur;ueulu J . ' I. . . .V...
.. ' ' vant, U. It. HUC&AIjUW.
J .i. n f T !....:..
i.i i .... .t . i . i ... I 10 toe v. omiiiH.cc oi iiivnauuu.
.luugu inn, iiiui yc ue noi juugeu.
"Whatsoever yu would that men should
do to you, do cvsn so tothein."
Tho book that contains the above is a
u.'ilrd volume to the present race of blood-
thi i sty bigots.
Thcso sham Democrats are more liablo
to ml tie n cliangca of poitiou than any
other clasi or specie.! ol humau beiuns
that ever inhabited this earth'
That is trto, The sham-Democrats like
Hast Rutlcr, Stanton, Forusy, Charles
Shrines and John Youngman tell tho peo
ple that a Democrat is a traitor, and yet
claim lo bo Democrats themselves; They
protend to bo in favor of the Government
iuiAYEi; n'v Tliu ucV. daniel cans.
Mmighty God, our Heav uly Father,
Thou llith and Mighty Ruler of the
Universe, and the God and Father Of our but (avof da ,ism Tb tB,k of frec
T ll.r!. Tliu hnlv nrnsntipf I
..u.u uo v,u.. M-v r-dolI, but aaV()c:lt0 mob3 and arbitrary rule
wc come at this tunc, beseeching Iheo to
IMo, by the Lincaster (Ohio) Entfa Wl UI,0U us tho V,?bt ,of Tb 0OUDU:Ui,"00 of Abolitieniam, and thought John Drown
x ' 11 1 ! . .,.,1, . nil. I tf rtn.ll nu D
crasy, but now defy tho one and boast of
CctY General Sheridan is denounced as
Thou hast been the God of our Fathers,
" U P D E GRAFF 'Q
EYE AX!) KAit IM'UHtAllY,
(On the B.iuarw, Tin" l'"i.'fi""' bti-cli- Hutu I
bLcause on his recent vi.it to that nlnca l,n 10 r0Ul;lve &wuiy, ant. (o grunt u.
piefuned to be diiven to tho u.ns bv a I1'1)' favor
Detnoci at. Tho Haul,- sat-j
Tbo ardor of n , .hnr nf , iii in whom they trusted aud were not made
uilmt was dampened, and they express ashamed ; and Thou art our Lsutl, guuliug
Ibfii indignation that lie should bo caught us iu thu present, and in whom wo trut
in company with u copperhead Comics- for tho future, through Je.ius Christ our
iinin. iuu -lovar win no nreoiuueu. t i
.'timt leu", i.i'iu wiiiniiiK uuiiiuiistrtiiioiis ... , , n r. , i f, ii, ,,
in favor oFauy of our mot noted Koncrals Wc l,,anb Tlicc' f,od !. ll" mT
y. i . .... . r ii. . .1... I -..I. mm I nm rnlirr. I m,
i. rant at.it iMcaus and tluiieocl; aud Thorn ones tu tuts y, "u. Sudden Death. Vo renrct to loarn
t.ii ' i ... . .... t ii .i.. i.i u
as onu nncriuaii and Mierniau nod tlieir ious institutions, nnu tor an iuo ulU33,"ris ,1,01 Mr AVilliam Hoffman an ao-cd and
most Oli.'enial assoeiatca amonr "Pnn. -c i,tu l;r l.il. li.,i-n Imnn inadn to crowd . .. ... r, . . . .1 -..
. . 0 --r vi nm .nu nuiuu...,. respcctauie citizen 01 tieuirc tow nsmjMuia
pcrneatts. , ,.rown us both as a nation and as in- ... ...i.i..i 'i'..c,i
vt, I I UUUUiy, UlUU viy aui.uuij! ju ui..'hiij
r--"7" iMra. Riirrntl Pmnn ITnrnM nnil dividuala. nvnninrf last. IlO had been eUtinccd ill
'-"J . , 1 1..,.l,.,1,.n 0 .
Atzcrutt wero executed on Friday last in Witngraioiui "cans """'fa harvesting during the day, and liugcrcd
Auolhcr Military Outrage.
Tho cowardly "loyalists," of Schuylkill
county, some months ago, induced the au
thorities to nend Eomc Regiments of Sol
diers Ito Pottsvillo. Thcro wn3Uo earthly
necessity for bringing tho United States
Troops into Schuylkill, no moro than thcro
was for tho pitiful leaguers Inst year bring
ing thorn up into Columbia, but It wasdono
lo jjratify tho malovolonoc of tho cowardly
disloyal abolitionists of tho Thomas Dunn
stripe iu both instances. In each caso the
soldiers woro ashamed of their position
aud tho Government disgraced.
Now, hoar what tho !i02d Regimont, lo
catcd at Tamnqua, say3 lo tho Editor ol
the Pottsville Democratic Standard :
IIead-Quaii's 202d Reot Pa. Vol?. )
Ta.mao.ua, Pa , June 23, 1SG5.
Edito'u or Dl-mocuatio Standaiid :
Tho soldiers of the 202d beg a thort
spaco in your valuable papor to inform
your many readers and liiends, a few
thoughts on our unpleasant position among
our '-Kcyslono brothers."
You know wo aro soldiers, and obedi
ence is our duty ) but honor is not always
our reward. Wc know wc aro not wan
tod or needed hero wo can too dauger
with as keen an eye as our commander,
and havo been as faithful lo our duty
whenovcr danger was buforo m, but this
"hobby horse" of war among our uativo
mounlaius wo cannot see.
Sixteen dollars a month perhaps will
not make men look as fur into danger, nr.
two or three bundled ; but with honest
and patriotic soldiers wo suppose that could
make no difference, and wo have every
reason to think there aro no other kind of
soldiers in tho 'iC2.d.
Rut wo aro sick, disgustod, demoralized
and "played out'' with this kind of sol
diering ; wo aro ashamed of our calling
and want to go home, or down to Dixio,
or Mc2tco,or sumo place where wo can do
duty and see some point iu it moro than
big pay, extra pay or bouuty.
Wo arc woary of mock show and aro
f-igbing for reality ; wo kuvo boon tho
terror of old motbera long enough, and
havo delighted all the little folk's ol sev
eral counties with our doadly charges to
hoar them laugh . but tho merry latightor
of the children aud tho ' tcrror-sirickcu
looks of tho timid old damoB,as they gaze
on our polished bayonets and think of tho
loody battle nro both played out.
We aro Punusylvaniaus, wo left houi"s,
and familios and btisiuoss behind, aud
wont forward to serve our country in her
dark hours; but now that that dark cloud
has past away and all our comtado regi-
mcnta havo been sent home, wo ask to fol
low them :
the other. Poor John a few months ago
denounced tho Abolition party with all its
changes, but now swallows Ivnownolhing
ism, niggers and all, Those sham-Dem
ocrats, sinco "tho Democratic party left
them," aro liablo to many vory sudden
changes, Northumberland Democrat.
the Penitentiary yard at Wellington t!iat t,,c lincB lmo falIen t0 UJ iD l)loasaDt behind tho rcM of tho field hands as they
The Supremo Court of tho District of Co- placeB,and that wo havo a goodly huritagc. wcm,e(1 hRir way homeward iu tho even-
'MMIIS 1NSTUT10N is now opened and lumbia, Judge Wylio on tho bench, gran- Wu adortJ lbce llt tll,s , "P1;0111"' ,ual jg. Not nrriving for some lime, 0110 of
.1 ted a writ of habeas corpus in tho caso of aSal" Uoc0 maU0 10 " ?T his sons started out to meet him. lie lound
rriviliu wpvMin"- . - -, ...,,.!.... (,., I 1.. ...! Mlnt mii er ilinr Tllllt-
rV'lliii'of'inMlm J" h country'; am. Mrs. Suirutt, but on an order from the ua na 0 pcopiu,
President .uspcuding that writ in this cao era and sons havo been pcrmiUcd tore
XJvZ. I, ,,:,, ,,.,,., . turn and to rejoice together with us on
, ,..-.--- - , - - - MMurm, UV.1I": 'UffUH-U) lilts "WL'U liVVlHWM Hi' - , .
Hi.' l'upil. I mia- I'',', ' 'u'urV .'. . 1 ! A.,, 1 will b .1.1, ln Inn in tin r eh blatSIUL'S of
una ....ilr j j
verMoii of the UyulidH
iP. tc. And will
treat ad forms o'ft-or. a, liye Oranuled Lids. I
. rirri.lllt.illH 1 l-.-a- ' l tl!
..UT with ail til.' diseuncfl to which thu Eye in
I".1.'.. . , . w.tl i,,.!it all Iha dlH.'.-lf.'H colillnou to
hu oYttan. i'l-.l.atr i Iron, tin' lar. Noni.f I'''''"';1''
action of thu President to be bindiug On
the court, It is said that Payno mado a
statement exonerating Mrs. Surratt from
h"i"'f ..11 i::... :., .1.., ,,i..i
1, .li.n.nitv ntliiarinit.total Da ilnes oven wuere . -,.
tho llrulu I- d-'Mroyt'd. Will insert an alt nunl ui.r.
. . t,iiriiiirfi-rf of thu 11 atural.
'' .".. 1'. . ... .,.,, 1 , ,.,t , 1 . 'i i 1 ii 1 , All iliaenscs com- . nu.- -t.;.. tu:ii: ?J1.,., fr,;,s
uiii;abi. ... ..... ISi' J.uu uuiii ti iiuuui utiouu, . , , ,
IfC . liair .., i,.;. : ,,cali.1K new . . v V.V I . it,,, l.nnlrS UUIIU US UII nu ' "1'
e.'.l 1 .'1IC1IH. . .a..- .'i" ..-.-- . - (.- ,,f i ui i,un iuiui UU...V.. v.t ...w M....,b-
lesh Int.) d.-rurnu'd part, una Lcm-rai u..w., - .
vl'uli'ver cluracur it may i.i.i.uiit. -,,..,-., Ot Ncwfoundlontl tllO let instant
,,;!i.i..ru. ii.iiiai( cure f ""', had over four hundred persnus on board
KmhT only forty havo thus far been heard
!?,T. t nwriZi".. r -di ViuinaVo IW, ..u;d . from. The reH arc, doubtless, lost
AltTll ll'AI. liVl.P.. IV I II llli-l'll linnct'ii w
lnv them th" mono id.nprt'i-Mou of the uatui."-
I'heyare ni ii'ii wiiiiiuu i-u. .a.. .
:vultltliullkj, tl'ili .) TIiib lri)ubleoi. o a. a-
him KinL' dead, bv tho roadside. It was
- u ' "
supposed by somo that ho was struck by
lightning) aa there was a thunder storm
prevailing at the tune. iserwiclc ua:cuc
Thv protection and lovo.
Grant, O.Alcicilul I'atuor, now 10 emtio ... TimnilT. President Ad
upon every section of this laud aud nation. Ilr(w Johuson) ia jgoo, advocated the
Givo us truo repotitanco towaius VIUU....U f 0 i.rcoUi)iri(ls0)
TO MY CIGAR.
Yes, fillet friend, I love llicu well, ,
In I'limicd doctor's npU
1 lore thy frograr.t mUty spell,
1 lovo thy cool delight.
What if they tell, with pbi7.es long,
Our years lire sooner past,
I would reply, nltlicaiuu .noun,
Tlicy'ro sweeter nhlta they last.
And on, mild tabc, to mo thou art,
A monitor I though still,
Though speakest u Icitou in my heart
Ucyond the preacher' skill.
When In tho solonin evening hour,
Attended but by thsc,
O'er Iilntry's trajjle pajo I pore
Jlau'a fate in Ihcc I cu.
Awhile like tlicc, thjhero burns,
And waites and futnut nrotind,
And then, llku thee, to nrhci turns,
And mingles with thy ground.
Thou'rt like l)! man of orth who gives
To goudncss every day,
The fragrance of whose vlrtuu lives
When ho has paired away,
Then wln'ii thy snowy column prow,
And breaks and fades uuuy,
1 ilufii how iiiluglcd realms thus ruie,
And tumbled to decay.
O'er beggar's rags and monarch's robo
One common doom it passed,
Kind nature', works, the mighty globe,
Must all burn out at last.
Anil what is he who smokes thea now t
A helpless, moving hoap.
Thai soon liko then tofatu must bow,
I. Ike thee iu dutl itiuet sleep.
fio when I sco thy smoke ru'l liii;l,
Thy ashes downward go,
'Tis thiH. I hope, my soul (drill fly,
Tims leave my body low.
GEN. SHERMAN AT HOME.
Warm Rccoption of the Hero at
Correspondence Cincinnati Commercial.
Lancaseek, Ohio, Juke 20.
Major General W. T. Sherman arrived
a,t his homo on Saturday last, Juno 24,
lie was received at tho depot by several
thousand of his friends and neighbors, nnd
escorted to his residence by a largo num
ber of roturncd veterans, under command
of Colonel J. Strafford , of the Ono Hun
dred and seventy-eight Ohio Ugiment,
proooded by a brass band, alid followed!
by hundreds of enthusiastic citizens, anx
ious to greet the General. Over tho gate
at his residence the ladtcs had erected a
beautiful arch, with tho inscriptions :
''Atlanta ia ours, and fairly won!"and)
"Welooruo, thiico wolcome home 1"
Hon. H. 11. Hunter delivered tho ad
dress of welcome on tho part of tho cili-
zons, ind Col John M. Connell on the
part of tho soldiers.
Mr. Hunter welcomed the General in
strong and appropriate terms, saying that
this rccoption was not in any spirit of
adulation, but in honor of ono upon whoso
at least, wo ask, humbly risk hand aud brain, as the cotnmandor of a
and pray the government to reloase us grert army , hung the destiny of tho na
from disgraceful duty. tion. Col. Connoll, on behalf of tho sol
Wo are working nun, no loafers; and diera,said that the boys were thcro to
wo scoru to guard paaceablo working citi- welcome their loved chiof, without being
zcus in our own State, aud neglecting our fully equipped, and that, for thus appear
own work at home. ing, the General was to blame. It was
In conclusion, lot us Bay to all, that wo his fault, for ho did the work and Bent
are not proud of this trip ; we will novrr thom home to bo citizons again. Thoy
name it among the adventures of our sol- wcrc ticr0 to-day because of his skill, and,
dier career, aud wo 1-cg of you to spare ia all that assembly, thcro wore nono so
our children tho shame of knowing ihcir gja(j t0 ECC j,im as tho boys in blue,
fathers once stood guard over the good or,NnuAL shcman's speech.
Geueral Sherman (being redcived with
quired ninny partSjallofwhioh wcrocriuolly
important to tho working of tho whole
Providenco assigned rnc niy part, nnd,
if I hove douo it, I am well BatisGcd.
Tho past is now ftilh the histotitn, but
wo mutt still grapple with tho future. Id
this wo need a guido, and fortunately for
us all, wc can trust the Constitution which
has safely brought us through tho gloom
and dangor of tho past. Let oaoli State
tako care of its own looal interests and
affairs, Ohio of hers, Louisiana of hora,
Wiseonain of hers, and I believe tho best
results will follow. You all know woll
that I havo lived much at the South, and
I say thut though wo li&vo been bitter and
fierce enemies in war, wc must trust this
pooplo again in pcaco. The bail men
among them will separate from those who
ask for order and peace, ant' when tho
people do thus ffparale wo oau cucourago
the good, and, if neod be, wc can out tho
heads of tho bad off ut ono blow. Let
i ho present tako caro of thu present, and
with thu faith inspired by tho past, wo can
tru3t tho future to tho future. The Gov
ernment of tho United States and tho
Constitution of our fathers havo provon
their ntrongth and powor in timo of war,
aud wo can safely trust them now in poacc
aud I beliovo our country will bo cvon
more brilliant iu tho 7ast unknown future
than iu tho past,
Fellow-soldiora and nighbors, again I
thank you. I do not wish you to oontidcr
this a fpocah at all, for I do not profess to
bo a man of words. 1 prefer to boo you
separately, at your leisure, in a social way.
I shall bo with you for somo days, and
shall be pleased to havo you call in when
ever you feci liko it, in the old familiar
way, without any of the Formality and re
serve which wcro proper enough in tho
midst of armies.
With three cheers, tho crowd dispersed",
well pleased with tho General.
pcoploof the coal mining distriots of Penn
sylvania, l'jvcr Xoun,
All or the Soldieub or the 20.nd.
Diassi.vo ui J. Davis. Novcr was
thrco cheers) replied as follows :
Fnir.sns or my Royhood : I
jou for this moet hearty wcloomo.
faitu in our Lord Jesus Christ. Forgive
flinrirr of our l'ichts and liucrtics tlie
Constitution whieh wc liavo hitherto ac-
ooptcd. and do now ncknowlcdgo as a gift
of thy wisdom and lovo, and as a pledge oi
President of tho United StaUs. Ho en
dorsed the Hrcckinridgo Platform. This
must bo a horrible thought to tho loyalists.
A Hrcckinridgor for President 1 Worst of
all, ho was elected by themselves 1 Thcso
facts miut now riso up boforo thorn and
stare them iu tho faco liko some terrible
Thycarc for us iu all lime to come A rjoUinridgor, Prcidi
rn. Tim 'nu, Vnrl- lh,;dd. cavs that HIl'SS t 10 PlOSldsnt Ol IUO UUUCU S3iar.CS,
J"adiuViuro.i. Those suiivting fro... ii win dewet q h ( uf j usti00 (jhnso and Senator Smiinor the Governor of this Commonwealth, and
T,"u.. iii-iirrtiTv. u wiikonnrre wiih a view of ,raV0Hi0K in tho South, tryiug to in- all others in authority, and may thoy gov
cttothoncgito inourreclion by iuccn. cm inThyfonr and for Thy glory. De3-
more than it ni.nl.r ul a .ii.uiy ii '"Xut.i , t ii.. .i.- ...... ml Wltiirnrms nmomr tho noon 0. and
.Will lie il nii.iiiieii. tun. 1 fllM'V BDLCUUUS. UWI valla uuuu IIIU 1 ll'l- l.uj O . I
th.i.n who niav no ili.posul to empioj nun. . .... . . 1. .... I....!.. In Irxtl, iiinrim nnrl
' . . . r . il ... i..... .....n. n.rnji.i o , , ii Minn, ,n i ..mi ill! uu. nun. u ,u ..u..., ...w. r
llUUV lO UllYU llllilU tlll--.-lt. ..v i,.,uvt. I .ww..--- --- ,
jitli JlToittou Dav'u
al practice.lie imp1 .
llli.to tt uu may ' .i
Ml!y II, It'll l.tr.
TINWARE & STOVE SHOP. P"aon w
rplir. un.lorelgned respectfully inronus Ills old fiknd
CtZf A tolegrain from Wat.hingtcti Btatcs
that Jcfforcon Davia will soon bo tried. If
n...i .a,5... linn iii! has nurclia?ed hi. brothers
nlnr.,.1 l ll,,. nl.nv.i Ilt.ll.huif'llt . Bllll 111"- C01K CTtl W I Id
Iieriaftcr bu conducted by lil.us.'lf .'clnsivt ly.
, ue mis imi ri'ciiiviu .tu. i ui. .". : ... , , . . tu t
iVih. est nn.lniOKt cjteuiilu affortuieul ot 1'ANCY r,eJ ou h0 chltrgO of treason, It Will UO
iaugiio lOV Un ever intri.'luceu lino linn iiiarnei. . .!,i ,1 . 1,
SSi ins sunk i-oiinfts of a coiupicto assortment nf boloro a civd court t but it is said that no
he befct Cooking and parlor stoves III tlieiuaiket.ti'Selh- .... .:,
nr with Stove l'istures of c cry .Inscription Ovun and vjlll lirst bo tried by a military OOmCIIS-
.i'i'i.i imnniai Hinvnu '.-i-. &r. ' tUnvi'iiiPO and cinH on the oll2l'UO of C 0 III 111 1 0 1 1 V with tho llm nrnlinn- till! nri.tonnr Olid OOPtive.
Tiuwaro constantly on hand nnd luaiiufactiirgd tu order. :,:, ,1-1 , ,nc nf , n 1 , . . . , . 1
All kin. Is 01 r pairing itouo, ns usual, un biiou nm. i iuvu uaujaiuiuiuu.iu.uw.i ..uvi? w niuwu i ttPtl ail wuu iu jieiaueuini it. ..u.i. wmm
charity. Grant utito us all suoit quatin-
cations of mind aud charaotor that wo
may properly carry forlvrird tho Ark of
tho Lord, aud ueoping, hand down to tno
generations yet unborn tho distinguished
privileges with whioll Thou hast blessed
... i. 1 1 !!..!. .1 t.1
UO. Mcrouuuy guarti aim oicsb tuu wjuow
Tho patmiugu of old friends and new cusluiuurs rv- I . .t,,i.
,ecifuiy .uii'ii -d a iiui'EitT havo latoly nomo to light
' rihtsJousuut oako nruoiously prepare
New YobK, Juno 20. Tho Tribune's
Washington special says : In accordance
with the act of Congress ordering no moro
thrcoccnt H"'es to bo issued, Secretary
McGullou,:h has, ou his own responsibil
ity, dirccte I Iho issue ol five ccut notus to
cease, with a viow of bringing into circula
tion niekle e.oiu of tho different denomina
tions, wl di, it is bcliovod, have boon
hoarded t j a great oxtent.
t'S?" Tho friends of tho osecutod assat-
sins have mado applications for tho bodion
of the d unused ) but, no far as hoard
from, ilk y have not boon Rt'lEiitod
mortal so drcrsed-up as Jefferson Davis especially thankful for tho kind words of
has been by iho disp.Uohoi and lottors an- the tried and valued friend of my family,
nouncing his capture. Tlw Accounts vary Mr. Hunter, and lor ihc warmth with
materially. Rut novor mind. Hero thoy which Colonel Connoll and the soldiers
aro, in brief : have received inc. With tho latter I can
1. Davis was captured while running tloal in a very few wouls, for they know
towards tho woods drwsod in his wife's that with us words arc few, and meau
on,i twiHinnfiis. mill calf-skiu boots much, and thai when tno timo comos
a rcvolvor in ono hand and a bowio knifo again, wu will go whero tho stars aud
in ti,n other, flits wifobeiu" a littlu-wo- utrincs lead, without asking many ques-
iimr n 1 1 Imr ilrrris I iinm. fflheors.1 Mv old friends and
inau, .luuoiiii. ti(, .... i,vw. - .
would not havo fitted him well.) Hut no neighbors, I knew your fathers boforo you
mat at 5 tho stury is just as good. better lhau yourselves , for it is near ihir-
2 He was oauuht with Iiis family in a ty years mucc I left hero a boy, aud now,
nil... in full manhood, I find myself among you,
:i' ITU toni was surrounded, when his with a name oonnected with tho history of
wife asked for protection till flio could 0ur country: During tho past four yfars
drcsi. 'I'his was granted. Sho then eamo ,y mind has been to tuicui upon out ouu
out with Jeff, dressed iu pettiooatu and thing tho success of our arms that I
... e t. .!.!. t . ii,n,w.ii nf nothini? else. I claim no
wrapper, or inuy s irouu, yiui a uu.. uuin n..-o..-. o ' , ,
upon his hsad and a pail upou his arm special honor, 10 iiavu uouu u
his wife sayiug, ''pleaso, goutlemeii, lot
my old grandmother pass she wants to
go to tho spring for eonio water." A sol
dier lilting tho liood nun caicuing iioiu ui
D.ivis' whiskcrJ, said, 'how aro you,
grandma ?" aud'added ''this is Jiff. Davis."
As you pay your inonoy you tako your
ohoioo. Hartford Timo
ir Tho Secretary ol War has itsticd
nn nr. lor rftfiniriu'? all absent ofii curs and
lueu on dotachod service and liablo io duty
to icluru at once to thoii command
full man s
share; for when onu s country i m
ger, tho inau who will not defend it, and
eubtain it with his natural strougtn, is ae
man at nil. fJhccrs.J .'or this 1 claim
uo special merit, for I havo dono simply
what all tho hoys iu blue nave uono. i
havo only laborod with tho fctrongtll of a
single man, and havo u.cd tho brains I
inherited and the education given by my
ootiutry. Tho war through which wo
have just passed has covered a wide urea
of couutry, and imposed upon U3 a task
which, likti a vast pice of machinery,; ie
The IntervieTf Between Presi
dent Johnson and Senator
(.from tho Cincinnati Euquirer.J
A friend at Washington assuros us that
a few weeks ainoe an interview look placo
between President Johnson and Senator
Sumner, which was substantially as fol
"Good evening. Mr. President," said
Senator Sumner, last week, upou ontoring
tho President's room at the Whito HousoT
"Good evening, Mr. Sbnutor," replied
tho Precidcnt. "Pleaso bo seated for a
moment, until I fioish a letter to an old
The loiter being finishod, tho President
turned to Mr. Sumner, when tho latter
is aid .-
''Mr. President, I have called upon you
for the purposo of expressing to you the
viows of our peoplo on tho subject of reconstruction,"
"Well, sir," replied tho Prcsidont.
Mr. Sumner commenccrl by saying ;
"Sir, your North Corolina proclamation
docs not meet tho approbation of the peo
ple and they will not submit to havo tho
great results of tho war thus thrown
"What people are you representing,
sir I" nked Mr. Johnson.
'The whole Northern peoplo,"saidMr;
"I apprchond you will find you but rep
rcscut a small portion of the Northern peo
ple," replied Mr. Johnson.
"Thou," said Sumner, "we mujt take
your North Oarolitfa proclamation as nil
iauicatiou ot your ponoy, must wo c
l'es,sir, replied tho Pie3idont.
"Then, sir,1' said Sumner, "you do not
intend to enfranchise the block men V
,ll have nolhiug lo do with tho subject;
that exclusively belongs lo tho States.
You certainly would think it an usurpation
ou my part if I altcmptod to intcrforo in
fisiug tho qualifications of doctors in Mass
"Hut," repliod Sumner, "Musiaeliusctta
hno always been a loyal State"
"That niav bo," roplicd the President,
"but tho loyal men of the South havo
mado uutold saeriltcea lor tneir union aoa
timents, while Massachusetts has mado
hundreds of millions out of her loyalty,
and it would bo a poor roluru for South
ern ad be ran co to tho government, if tho
latter should, in violation tq tho Constitu
t tion thrust upon them local laws in oppo
sition to" their wishes."
At this rcplv ot tho Prosulcnt, Mr.
Sumner became itupationt aud irritablo,
and rejoined by Baying, 'lI am sorry to
soo you evincing do little sympathy with
that elcmont tuat piacou you in rower."
At thu, the color Hashed to tlie l'resi
lent's face, and ho addod, omphaticallv,
"You and I might an well understand eaoh
other now as nny other time, lou aro
aware, sir, I havo no rcspoct lor a Kccfu
sionist ; but, as muoh as I degpiso them, 1
still havo a groatcr destcttatioti aud con
tempt for a fanatio."
"Good evening," said Sumiior, and left
in a huff.
Z3J' A young physioian asking ponuix
rlu of a lass to kiss her, rt pliml, "No,oir,l
uuvcr like a doctor's bdi tttiek ui uiv