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CITelnd, April IS, 1865. apl:206 w
CALT1 SALT! SALT 1-5,000 bbl fine
KJ and ground boiar Halt for pale In kta to salt,
at Salt 10 s prieea, at our Warehouse adjoining
uejoa puevalor, ivi Ale wia st.
ep!4 GAB1NFR, BPBT 00.
WATES LIMB! WATEB LIME I
l.OuO bMa Akron Water L'ma la Iota to suit
at tbe War. house of
eplt OABPKEB, BtJkT A CO.
ULOURl FLOUR I FLOUEI ATBE-
JL. I'U.EB PRICES 5,WO bbls fresh ground
F our. all rra'lea: some Terr choice brand, of Ked
and White Wheat, auitable fur family or bakar'a
ue for apt. at W.rehonee, 197 Me win at. tiro
cerymen. Bakers and others in want will contult
t.eir o.n luteie.ll by esamlning our stork.
apU QtKUNHtl, BUST A CO.
TYE FLOUR! EYE FLOUR! For
Xb aala In lota to anit, at Warehouse ef
ep.t UABDBKB, BUhT A CO,
THE STATE OF OHIO
, 1 la Court of Common
Plea, or laid County.
C'r-VABGOA Co, ba.
MEHEVABEL TROWBRIDGE, vs.
8TEPHKS D. TROWBRIDGE. The delen
aaut ht-pheu D. Trowbridge, will take notice tout
on the lath dy of April, A. D- USS, th. pleiatin
M.fael.ble Trowbridge B'e in tb. Clerk'. Ulhce or
aid t'eurt, her petition for Divorce from said de
fendant; cberglt g said defendant tlir-in, with ex
tram cruelty and gioes neglect of du y, preyirg
for divot ce nd other proper relief Sa'd ciuse will
be foi kearing at the May terra of paid Coart, A.
V. lBbS. ALBtKT T. SLAllK.
ep!14 rig Pl'rl . Ait y.
Bteam to nod from the Old Wintry.
rilHE WELL-KNOWN -j. t
l BtTorlte Olydr-balU Iron trrew e'rTfc5
StaamehlpeoftheANnBOB 1.1 8, ' V r" f?S
'UtBKHNIA," "BMTANIA." aw J
CALBDOUfA." and "UNITKD KINGDOM."
are tntendt d to .all lortnlghtly between Nw York
TheM nteaflaer. were bnllt specially Ibr the At-
lantla trade, at. dtld.d Into water and air-tight
ooUDartaient.. and are fitted up In eveiy retct
to lueare tb. safety, comfort and couveoienc rf
pp.nae a. An .perinoea Kiirpeon accompanie.
ach .hip Ihe I rovinon. will be prupelly cootted
and pTTed In unlimited qnantiue..
BATIS Or PASSAGE.
To and from Liverpool, G'aagow, 1 nblin, Belfait,
liondonderry, Ac :
Oablm $6and V); I- termedl.te. t?6 ; Steerage
$V, ppy.bl. In rold or Its aqolTalent.
Thoas who wish to send for tbatr fnenda can boy
tickets at tbese ratea from the Aireuta.
V&AMCU MAODUh'ALD ACO.,
pT14.10lt a Bflwltnr OrMn. N T.
"17 HID AT, ArBIL 14, lbti5.
Horse. Cow, Wagon, Fnrnltare, Ac.,
AT A DOT ION BY O. CCTriB k SOS
At th F&rm r.f VUliun Kfmi, la Newbnrgh
Toantb.p, 3 mile .st t Cfrpban AIqib.
O. Cutter A Son will Ml it in (ion, oa FrHfty,
A prll l-ith, ootumoDclDg at 10 o'clock A. M., at ti
Farji of Wm. Knea'a, tlirea mi'9to( tbaOr
Vpa Aylam, la Ntwburxb tcwoafa p, aod Dar tba
WaireDfitU lin, th tvllowiug proiserty.Tiz: One
fiorao, ooe Cot oue Wag u, on UarotM on
Flow, one Cutter, lo; of fo.kanl Kef. Fnrnita'
ootttisticg vf &edud, Tabl , Chain, C(ockeryt
Cook ng Move, Parlor Stova Ao . ao.
i.rtnt ciftb at t.me of sale. apll
Tl TON DAT, APKIL 17, 1805.
fcood noatebold Furniture, c.
m a tl-wwi i-taj Da. r PntTtD A (U.M
At flouw No. 60 Ontario itreet.
O Cotter A t n will sell on Mond-y, April 17tb,
at 10 o'clock A. M., at home No. (V) Oi.taiio tttart,
tbt entire hntritora In iid booe, cootiitiDg of
nahngaoyrrf'te-a tete, mahigany br acatCiairs.
aatboKaoy Biarble t.p Outer Tbl', mabogmey
Preaariog Barani, mahosany Say Cbair. niatiog
ny Work totaorf. Cot tap B detaada, mabogauy
anal cb rry Waab ttnaa. Lonogt-a, cbarry exuo
aton IHn-nr Tabtt. oak rno-9et Obaira, nice gilt
frtm Oral Minor, aaabofrany a-d eair-a'.at Rock
ara, cberry Copboird. Cjocka, Bru-trf Is and la
(rain Cat pet. Oil Oioth, butk and aea-gran Mat
troatrea, ' tart Ook St.ve, A'r tight Slov, Ice
Chaeta, Filttrers, Crkery, Giaa Ware, Kitchen
CtonaUa. Ac., Ao. Alio, a goo 3 Frame iinra- moat
i n m ved f;om tb piemiaoa ai htn thirty d9
froai time of aala, Hona open at 8 o'clock uo tb
mom log of tale. Terms cash, baLkable foods.
MOWERS AND REAPERS.
IQEI lib i3 BARD MOWEK
Medium Kubbatd Mower.
Th-a Mach'.nrfl contiln nnre pofnta of
nn than any ot -er before ttie publio. 1 he M
JjlUM H CI B B H l ciitaamralh 4 fait 8 Inches
aiid. ThoLTOBT HOBBARD cnU4feet21nchag
wide. DraU lighter tUaa any othr.
f LOWS. HARROWS, CULTIVATORS I SHOVEL PLOWS
The Largest aesartnient in the Wetrt.
Qarden and Lawn Boilers,
Horse Rates, IburnB, Eoai-Scrpern,
And a rarietr of AGRICt'LTCBAL 1UPLK
MEN id Manufacture! and for sale at the
CleTeland igrlenltaral Works.
Office aui Warerooua, 39 Cater street.
apH:8'8 TorSOLOVE, MASET A CO.
EPOT OF THE
Mowers and Reapers
ALIi PIECES V0K EIPaIRISG,
Ho, 130 Snperlor Street,
The BUCKEYE has become tne favorite of tbe
Farmers, and la puny localities hare
SUPERSEDED LL OTHER MACHINES.
All those In want of Mowers will do we'l to fire
tnetr orders at once, enner personalty or pj bism,
etneeepplj U1 be exhausted very soon.
OLOMOBf'B IJtPKOVJaD BrKUTA.
I. M. SOLOMONSON.
TfcMettoal and BotontlSe Optlotan, siwpi the Uiet
naaortment of Optical Instrnmeeta la toacllj. ne
pintetoCE wlil warrant taaoontlnnance of pn J
ST. a ll l 1 .ululaa aan tlua. teaaasl 1 1 1 SVl 1 1
Ue (asera. pi - " "
ef errata! gieeeee, ground nnder his own Impaction
I. all oases on ring weakneas, dladassa, and Impart
lair etraag-ta for long reading and tne aewtuf. Ar
IT?.,., - inBnrtjut .rlthont Daln.
QlglijX 180 Superior -at., Srpt door Irons the aa)
trenoe tb. American nnm. H ,
ajar Beware of traTaesrs hwih " . v.
aaara or hip acant.
s- . rfeaus mi imkwra
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.TunviT U HrHnimT EA8 BE-
t . ... t) ..ri HhM m'arm from No.
Pitubnrgh .twel to Ko. 10 Or.nte, cooter Croal
treet.onpj.lt. the Knitting Factory
Schmidt takiathix opnortnnlty of returning
. . . " . ... Ki. enstoaters for the liberal
bnrtnes. h.may rMein.h.irp.tr..nge
Z-a sn.ta.workof as maay new one. a. asay
. r..or kim withaca u a."
-w"AiiTitcrfiAVR TOOK DRESSES
' Jj and buy the mew BUrt Harator at
.Afl'a, a rapuc ouai.. -r
MORNING. APRIL 14,
: NO. 90
FKIsAY APtllm. 14, 1SA5.
"And There Shall be no More Drafts!"
Beioioa, oh enrolled men t Shout and
Dg. y lownihip oommitteea! Be ex.
ced in g glad, expectant conicripU ! Retire
into private life, oh Provost Marshals and
Boards ef Enrolment, " unwept, onhonored
end unarms" T.iba Otholln vmir twiini.
o- ,Y ' J -t -
lion's eons. Tbe draft-wheel shall revolve
no more. The Eureeon shall cease his
rapid manipulations of suffering applicant
for exemption. The Commissioner and his
clerks shall desist from the revision of
enrolments and the assignment of quotas.
The long agony of the Second Ward is
blissfully ended. The sight-mare of
"liable" thousands is relieved. There
shall be no more draft.
In all seriousness, the announcement of
Secretary Stanton that drafting and re
cruiting will henceforth be stopped, will
carry more real thanksgiving to the poor
man's home to-day than even the glorious
news of the fall ot Richmond, or the sur-
rendei of Lee's army. It furnishes a most
palpable and tangible demonstration that
the war u at an end. When our govern.
ment, after thorough deliberation and fulj
discussion ot the subject with General
Grant, discontinue recruiting and
drafting, when it retrenches all
army expenditures, when it re
duces the number ot its officers to bare
working strength, it gives evidence that
none can deny of its belief that the war
will soon be over. The order to stop
drafting will will also relieve the personal
anxiety of many a poor man and his f&m
ily. Orer all such, for three years past,
has hung the sword of Damocles, suspend
ed only by a hair, and liable at
any moment to fall upon their heads.
It is removed now, and they breathe easily
again. The effects of this order will also
be at once perceptible pon prices. It
affords an assurance that the productive
industry of the country will not be further
diminished by the necessities of war. Tie
renewed evidence which it gives of a
speedy peace will also tell upon gold, and,
through that standard of value, upon
In view of tbe matter, therefore, Secre
tary Stanton's announcement gives cause
for fervent and heartfelt rejoicing Es
pecially should poor laboring men, liable
draft, rejoice over this news. To most
them this day will be a holiday. We
trust it may not be given to drunken rev
ellings, but may be celebrated with a
proper sense of gratitude to God, from
whom all their blessing have come. Let
thU day be one of national thanksgiving
them and to all others.
"And There Shall be no More Drafts!" A Richmond Litterateur.
The following description of the Rich
mond correspondent of the London Timet
given by the New York World's corres
pondent in that city :
Yizitelli was a dishonest and vulgar
man of genius. He spent a life of de
bauchery here, drawing a large salary from
Times for letteri which he never
penned, asserting to his employers that
blockadicg vessels 'had captured them.
This explains why every southern letter
cart the Times 300 sterling. Vizltelli
and two English exquisites, named Gordon
and UavendUh, members of staffs, g&ve a
splendid supper and party at the Bal
lard House once, inviting the most
excellent people of Richmond: they
ran away without - paying for it.
Tbe artUt, in fact, owes everybody in
Richmond money. He was put out of the
Spottswood Hotel, where he boarded, lor
repeated and noisy drunkenness, and for
penciling lascivious figures in the ladies'
closets, which were traced to him by their
artistic excellence. When he left, the
room in which he lived was covered in ev
ery part of the walls and ceiling with
sketches of all possible kinds, most of them
exceedingly fine; the room had to be
whitewashed to hide the veetiges of Vizi-
telli. This genius was a "cport" of the first
waters, wearing Wellington outside boots,
red neckties and jackty coats; he was
stout, and parted his hair in the middle.
nated Mr. John B. Rice for Mayor. The
City Convention discarded voting by bal
and adopted tne viva voes system.
In a speech at Cambridge, a few even
ings since, Geo. Thom pson said that "the
rail-splitter had turned out better than the
An order has been issued by which the
freedmen of Mitchellville, near Charleston,
C, are to have an election for Recorder,
Marshal and other officers. Only freedmen
will be allowed to vote.
The Boston Advertiser, in its Washing
ton dispatch, states that persons known to
be to some extent in tne connaence ot Mr.
Seward, assert that the country may ex
pect a manifesto from the rreeident on
the 14.h instant, in which something will
be sail about war ana peace.
These are lueubrious times for the Peace
Democracy, but the Hartfjrd Times has
ventured a humorous explanation of the
large Republican majority at the Connec
ticut election, by the theory that the Dem
ocrats were so busily engaged celebrating
Grant's victories and the capture of Rich
mond, that they were unable to spare time
to go to tbe polls.
Secretary was so
morning, but is more comfortable to-night.
He attached nis signature lo and amenaea
the text of the proclamation of notification
to foreign maritime nations this evening.
He has hitherto expressed nls wishes ver
bally, but finding it less painful to use his
lingers, now communicates by writing on
a slate. Wash. Vor. a. X. Tribune.
"Rally Round the Flag."
Superintendent Latham, of the Grand
Trunk Railroad, who tote a flag from
train yesterday, was waited upon by a
quiet mob to-day, and. conducted through
the city, dressed in soldier's uniform and
carrying a flag, which he "was obliged to
salute. He was also obliged to make pat
riotic speeches. Finally the flag was nailed
to his house.
All the Hunters in Virginia cannot find
the lost Confederacy, and, if found, all the
Masons In Virginia could not collect ma
terial in the ruins to rebuild it.
New scones at tbe Btereoptieon every
The Latest News
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
NO MORE DRAFTS
Official Order from Secretary
EEOUime AXD D2AFII.G
Good-bye Provost Marshals!
I0UB OCCCPATIOX'3 GONE
Let the Poor Man Rejoice !
Good CaHse for Thanksgiving
ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE
DETAILS OF THE SUBREN
DER OF LEE.
Sheridan's Battle of the Cih
Secretary Seward ImproTlnj
GEN. GRANT IN WASIlIXfirON
General Lee Going toWeldon
HIS EK1UN D TO STAI BL00SHED
He is Extremely Penitent.
Wa Dipaetment, )
WiBBiHOTOK, April 136 p. u. J
To Major General Six:
The Department, after mature considera-
ion and consultation with the Lieutenant
General upon the results of the recent cam
paign, has come to the following determi
nation, which will be carried into effoot by
appropriate orders to be immediately
First To stop all drafting and recruit
ing in the loyal States.
Second To curtail purchases for arms,
ammunition, Quartermasters' and commis
sary supplies, and reduce the erpenses of
the military establishment in its several
Third To reduce the number of general
and staff-officers to the actual necessities
of the service.
Fourth To remove all military restric
tions upon trade and commerce so far as
may be consistent with public safety.
As soon as these measures can be put in
operation it will be made known by public
order. K. M. Stahtok,
Secretary of War.
Associated Press Report.
AN ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE OF
Nonet. The following is the entire ad
dress in the Richmond Wing alluded to in
the Afternoon Report :
BALTIMORE, April 13.
Tie Richmond Whig, of yesterday, con
tains the following important document to
the people of Virginia:
The undersigned, members of the'Legis
lature of the State of Virginia, in connec
tion with a number of citizens of the State,
whose names are attached to this paper, in
view of the evacuation of Richmond by the
Confederate government, and its occupation
by tne military autnonties oi tne i nitea
States, the surrender of the Army of North
ern Virginia, and the suspension of the
jurisdiction of tbe civil power of the State,
are ot tue opinion mat an immediate meet
ing- of the General Assembly of the Slate is
esTled for by the exigencies of the situation.
The consent ot tne military autnori-
ties of the United States to a ses
sion ot tne legislature in menmonu in
connection with the Governor and Lieuteu
antGovernor,to their free deliberation upon
pnolic auairs, ana to tue ingress ana de
parture of all its members under safe con
duct, haa been obtained. The United
States' authorities will afford transportation
from any point nnder tneir control to any
of the persons before mentioned. The
matters to be submitted to the Legislature
are the restoration of peace to the State of
Virginia, and tne adjustment of tbe ques
tions involving life, liberty and property
thai hare axiaaa in the fitata as a ooaaa
quence of war. We, therefore, earnestly
reouest the Governor. Lieutenant Governor.
and members of the Legislature to repair
to this city by tne zatn oi April inst. we
understand that full protection to persons
and property will be afforded in the State,
and we recommend to peaceful citizens to
remain at their bomea and pursue their
usual avocations, with confidence that they
ill not be interrupted. we earnestly
solicit the attendance in Richmond, on or
before the 25th of April inst., of the follow
ing persons, citizens of Virginia. We have
procured aafe conduct from the military
authorities of the United States for them
to enter the city and depart without moles
tation: Hon. R. M. T. Hunter, A. T. Carpenter,
Wm. C. Rives, John Letcher, A. H. Stuart,
R. L. Montague, Fayette McMullen,
J. P. Holcombe, Alex. Rives, B. Johnson
Barbour, James .Barbour, William L. (log
in, J. d Baldwin, i nomas B. Johnson,
falter Staples, S. D. Miller, Thomas Ran
dolph, William T. Early, R. A. Claybrooke,
John Ratcher Williams, T. Ii. Eppes, and
those other persons lor wnom passports have
been procured, and especially otners wbom
we consiaerunnecessary to mention.
A J. Marshall, senator from i arquier; John
Wesson, Senator from Marion ; James V en
able. Senator elect from Petersburg, David J,
Burr, House of Delegates, from Richmond;
David J. Maunders, ol tne House ot Dele
gates, Richmond city ; L. S. Hill, of the
House oi Delegates : j. j. inensn, ot tne
House of Delegates, Henrico county ; Wm.
Ambers, of the House of JDelegatea, Chester
field county: A. M. iLeitz, House of Dele.
gates, Petersburg ; H. W. Thomas, Second
Auditor, Virginia; Lieut. L. L. Moneure,
Chief Clerk, Second Auditor's office; Joseph
Mayo, Mayor of Richmond ; R. L. Howard,
Clerk of the Hustings Court, Richmond ;
Thomas W. Dudley, Richmond ; Littleton T.
Ewell, Commonwealth Armory, Richmond ;
M. M. T. Jayne, Judge of the Circuit Court,
Petersburg; John A. Meredith, Judge of
the Circnit Court, Richmond ; William H.
T.vnns. Jadre of the Hustinn Court, Rich
mond; William A. Wickham, Member of
Congress, Richmond ; Wat Tyler, Editor of
the Kichinond inquirer; tt. rraixor,
Publisher, Richmond; J. R. Anderson,
Richmond: R. R. Harrison, do : W. God'
dure), do; P. Q. Bagley, do ; F. J. Smith do ;
Frank W. Stevens. Henrico county : John
Lyrom, Petersburg; Thomas B. Fisher,
Farquier county ; William W. Harrison,
Charles City; C. Hall Ritchie, Thomas Vf.
Garnett, King and Queen; James A. Bcott,
I concur in the preceding recommenda
tion. Signed Jobs A. C.nrBiLL.
Approved f jr publication in the Rich-
'j ti. . j i 1 1 1 1 r.-.
m'QU ircty sou m usuumii iuj us.
G. W. WEITZEL,
FROM THE POTOMAC ARMY.
WASHINGTON, April 13.
A correspondent from Army
Potomac says that very little fighting took
place on the 7tn inst. At Farmville there
was some skirmishing between the enemy's
rear cuard and the 2d corps with the 2d
division of cavalry, tne result naing unim
portant. Lee bad intended to fall back on Burks
ville. but. being-cut off by our forces get-
tine to Burksville. be changed his course
and started toward Lynehburg. A part of
his army passed through armsville on tne
morning ot the 7th. After crossing the
Appomattox the bridges were burned, and
before our troops could get over,the enemy
had taken a position a mile from tbe river,
where they erected works and made a
stand, in order to allow their wagon trains
to rat out of the wav.
Un this side or tne river, just outside oi
the town, a division of cavalry had taken
up a position, determined to annoy our ad
vance while reconstructing the bridge.
Tbe 2 i Division, nnder Ueneral crooks, at
tacked them vigorously, driving them back
some distance, but they had a force dis
mounted, lying in ambusn, wnicn pourea a
heavy Are iuto our men as tbey advanced
to the second attack, and they were com
pelled to fall back on their supports. The
rebels soon after retired, being indisposed
to await another charge.
The Iocs on both sides was very light.
The 21 corps, soon after, crossed the river,
and, pushing on after the enemy, drove
them behind their newly built breastwsrks.
General Smyth was severely, and it is be
lieved mortally, wounded in leading tne
charge. This whs a sad loss to the com
mand ; every man in it feels the loss as a
personal one. A more gallant soldier never
soryed his country ; and he not only ranked
h eh for bravery en the held, hut as a gen
tleman and a friend he was beloved by all
who knew him.
The loss in the 2d corps will be about 150,
mostly of Smyth's division.
In the morning, belore tne enemy crossed
the river, twelve guns were taken from
them, and afterwards six more, making
eighteen duriug the day, and about 2,00(1
The number of prisoners taken on the
5th is put down at 7,700, almost entirely
of Kershaw's and Curtis Lee's divisions.
Tne correspondent, after giving further
details of events, but which have mainly
been published through othcial sources,
says : the held wnere tne surrender took
place was almost covered with tne enemy s
dead, all of them, nearly, being shot in the
bead and the upper part oi tne body. The
position was a very favorable one for them,
bnlour artillery had good range on an ad
joining hill, and our men charged np the
ascent with sucn impetuosity mat some
were bayoneted belore they left tneir lignt
breastworks. The road for miles was
strewn with broken wagons, caissons and
baggage ol all kinds, presenting a scene
seldom witnessed on the part of Lee's ar
my. Their loss on tne etn win sum up aoout
11,000 in killed and wounded.
The Bixtn corps sunered tne severest.
Another letter dated on the evening of
the 3th says : Stragglers are found scatter
ed along the line, and as the troops psss
they come in and surrender, expressing
their determination to fight no longer, as
they consider the rebellion as good as over.
Guus were brought in this morning, besides
long train ot ambulances, many oi tnem
containing wounded, who were placed in
tbe hospitals and cared lor. ben. uoraon
sent four surgeons through the lines this p.
, asking that they be allowed to minister
to the wants of those left behind on the
road, but as all have plenty of such help,
they will return to the army in the morn
;Uen. Hays was relieved from command
f the 2n corps yesterday, lor tardiness in,
moving the command in obedience to
Another letter, dated April 8th, says:
Notwithstanding the correspondence be
tween Generals Grant and Lee yesterday,
which led ail to expect a formal surrender
this morning, tbe latter exerted all his en
ergies to escape the net laid for him. He
marched rapidly all yesterday afternoon
and evening until he ran against Sheridan
at Appom attox Court House. A sharp fight
nsued, resulting in tne capture oi a num
ber of prisoners and checking their retreat.
The 24 ih and 5th corps were close np in
support of the cavalry, and during the
lent took np a strong position acroea
the main road and on the south'side of
the Appomattox river on tho north side, out
ting tbem off from retreat in that direction.
LiirlyUiisi.il. tsneridan attacked vigor
ously, and for some time a brisk engage
ment Wfs carried on. A'jont seven o cioca
a. si. a llag-of-truca appeared in front of
his line and he was informed that hostili
ties had been suspended. This was caused
by an agreement made by ueneral Urd,
consenting to a cessation of firing so as to
communicate with General Grant, and was
done, it is said, without proper authority.
General Sheridan's Adjutant General was
allow id to come through the rebel column
to communicate with General Meade, who
stated that he knew of no such arrange
ment, and that he was about to move lor
ward in accordance with his previous in
tention. General Lee, however, sent an
other message desiring to havean interview
ith Ueneral Urant, to arrange tne terms
of surrender and General Meade was thus
obliged to grant a two hours' armistice, in
order to communicate with General Grant,
who had moved around to the left. During
tticj uigtit QautiiiOiMi waioentea to nee
General Lee and discuss tbe matter. About
half-past four o'clock Lieut.-Colonel Whit
tier, of General Wright's staff, came in and
reported the arrangementcomplete and the
papers signed, when the greatest excite
ment prevailed throughout our lints cheer
upon cheer rending the air. Soon after,
General Meade's staff, with other officers,
rode along the linesof the 2d and 6th corps,
and they were greeted with the most en
thusiastic shouts, tbe men throwing their
hats in air and dancing with joy and de-
l'ght. Ko such scene has ever been witness
ed in this army, and the thanks of the whole
country are due the brave men and their
commanders at such a great and glorious
It is understood that the men of General
Lee's army are to be paroled and allowed
to return to their homes. Tbey give np
everything in their hands, but last night
they destroyed a large amount oi property
in tbe shape oi wagons, gun carriages,oag.
s-age. papers, ta.
The number of Lee's forces is put down
at about 20,000. Very few guns were in
their possession, as tbey abandoned nearly
all they did not lose in action. Thirty-
eight guns were brought in yesterday and
several this morning.
The rank and file of Lee's army are said
to be weU.eatisfied to give np the struggle,
believing that they have no hope of success,
but say that if General Lee had refused to
surrender, they wouid have stuck to him
to tne last. Tbe omcers are somewhat sur
ly and discontented; but this feeling will
soon wear off when they find how liberally
and kindly our people are disposed to treat
Another letter from the Army of the Po
tomac, dated April 12th. says :
Tbe final arrangements fjr the surrender
of Lee's army were eempleted yesterday
and to-day. They are at liberty to pro
ceed to their homes or elsewhere, as they
choose. The terms granted were certainly
o! a very ii Herat character. A large num..
ber of officers, together with thousands of
the men of this army, express their dissat
isfaction not only at the unprecedented
liberality granted to the rebel army, but
at the manner in which they were paroled,
and allowed to go their way without our
men being permitted to enjxy the results of
their long struggle in passing through the
lines of General Lee's army. But it is
charged that this would have been humil
iating to General Lee and his officers, and
that it is not tbe wish or desire of our Gny
ernmentor commanders to act toward them
is any way that would tend to irritate their
feelings or make their position more intol
erable than it actually is. The policy pur
sued is for the best, and our soldiers will
submit, as they always do, to what is judg
ed most wise.
, During Sunday night and Monday large
numbers of the rebels, as well as some of
their officers, made their escape from the
lines and scattered to the woods, many of
them no doubt intending to return home.
Our camps hut night were filled with them,'
Begging something to eat, wnicn was ireeiy
given. These men, when asked if they had
been paroled, invariably replied, "Mo, but
we are allowed to go where we please."
The number ef men that General Lee
claimed to be able to give up was 10,000,
with muskets, with as many more men
from the Commissary, Quartermaster, Hos
pital and other Departments, but officers
who have been permitted to pass through
their camp assert that not more than 7,000
or 8,000 will be found to have surrendered.
The cavalry operating with Gen. Lee was
also turned over, but only a small force with
broken down horses could be tound.
A report- wss in circulation stating
that the best had beon picked out and
sent to General Johnston. Tbe num
ber of guns gsven np was twen'.y, with
from 300 to 400 wagons. Very little amnri-
aitton and no supplies were found. As a:
evidence of the state of their commisary,
when they reached Farmville the residents
tell that they had been feeding cars of corn
to the men for several days previous, but
that a train from Lynchburg met them
there with flour and pork. Of aome
2,000 horses turned over to ns, not more
than 200 - were to be found and a single
ration of forage for each.
Commissioner uuld and commissary
Hatch were captured on their way from
Richmond toward Danville and were
brought into camp on Sunday.
They had a large Southern express wag
on filled with cigars, liquors and other lux
uries, and by some understanding were
allowed to go into General Lee's lines.
They returned last evening. They are
said to have gone to Richmond on some
business connected with the exchange ques
tion. Orders wore issued last evening for a
movement of the troops now here. The 2d
and 6th corps are to start this morning for
The cavalry and 24th corps are to go to
ward Danville, while the 5th corps will re
main to take possession of and bring away
the property and effects of Lee's army.
The trains are now running to Burksville.
Brigadier Ueneral bmytn died on tne 'Jin
from the effect of wounds received on the
Major General Mott, who was badly
wounded, left for home this morning on
leave of absence.
WASHINGTON, April 13.
The Richmond Whin, in commenting on
the address to the people of Virginia, says :
is understood that tnia invitation nas
been put forth in pursuance of the plan of
proceeding assented to byPresidentLincoln.
At all events it win be nailed ny tne great
body' of the people of Virginia aa the first
steps toward the reinstatement of the Old
Dominion in the Union. It is probable
that some of the members of the Legislature
may decline to come. In every such case
the people of the County or Senatorial dis
trict should select some influential and in
telligent' citizen who is willing to take part
in this bnsiness, and commission him, as
far as they can, to represent them at the
conference. The views and purposes of
the members of the Legislature should be
ascertained at once. Every one can fore
see difficultie s in tbe way of formal action
in the beginning. Several complex ques
tion i are to be met at the threshold, but
where there is a will there is a way, and
tbe important business must be undertaken.
Tbe report concerning tue neaitn oi Airs.
General Robert E. Lee is, we learn, entire
ly without foundation.
WASHINGTON, April 13. GENERAL ORDER.
HiinoUABTXBe DrrACnusNroF tbb Abut
or rat Jahis, Richmond, April 11.
General Grder No. 29.
Protection is hereby extended to all
churches and places of public worship.
Religious services may oa continued witn-
ont interruption as in times of profound
peace. This protection must not, however,
be perverted lor the utterance, in any form
of worship, of tressonanle sentiments or ex
pressions, w nen tons perverted it win ne
withdrawn. Id all churches where pray
ers have heretofore been offered for the so
called President of the Confederacy, a
similar mark of respect is hereby ordered
to be paid to the President of tho United
States. .: By command of
Major General Weitzbl,
L. D. WHEELER
We learned yesterday upon what we con
sider to be good authority, that Ueneral
Wm. H. F. Lee baa not been killed, as re-
rorted. His family learn that he is nn
NEW YORK, April 13.
A special lo the Post, from Washington
13th. says: Although Mr. Seward sutlers
severely, he has been able to dictate his
dispatches to our ministers abroad. In
these dispatches he takes the ground that
the war is over and the rebellion crushed.
Mr. Seward also apprises Foreign Govern
ments that it is expected rebel pirates will
no longer be allowed to enter foreign ports.
It is stated that information has been re
ceived at the French Embassy of the dan
gerous illness of the Emperor Napoleon.
NEW YORK, April 13.
There is a very little movement in gold.
The demand is almost exclusively regular.
The price is steady, at about yesterday s
quotations, opening at lit and closing at
NEW YORK, April 13.
There was a stronger feeling at Slock
Exchange o railway list. The market went
np 12 per cent with very little presure to
sell. The sudden advance in Illinois Cen
tral to-pay was tbe great feature of the
stock market. Stocks had been heavily
oversold on seller's optiens with the pros
pect of covering contracts on London Slock
Exchange at a handsome profit. The
market bid up on the other side without
obtaining any considerable number of
shares, hence there is an awkward corner.
The border state bonds were in demand,
with an upward tendency. Government's
lower. 5-205 have been sold as low as 107,
Tbe Bremen steamer brought orders to
sell without limit. Many German bouses
holding bonds here sold them.
Coal shares all firmer.
Miscellaneous shares steady without any
The Gold market keeps firm and rather
better. Towards the close there was very
little animation. The Gold room wears
a quiet aspect.
The supply of money still exceeds the
Stocks firmer with better demand. Sales
Buchanan Farm, 113; Cherry Run, 66;
Empire City, 275; Excelsior, 450; High
gate, 73; Knickerbocker, 82; RyndFarm,
330; Tack, 215; United Slates, 825; Allen
The market for crude is steady at 34c,
refined in bond at 6152c, refined free at
DRY GOODS MARKET.
The dry goods trade is quite active this
week, domestic fabrics especially. Prints
are firmly held. Buyers at a distance
have been holding back for some time and
are now compelled to purchase to supply
themselves with goods, hence the demand
is very brisk for foreign goods of desira
ble and seasonable styles. They were not
plenty and were bought quite freely by
jobbers and retailers at full price. There
is nojr every prospect of an aciive trade
for the balance oi the season. Many mer
chants from the interior are here for a
second time, and represent business very
good in their various localities.
be more generally k ept
'o-morrow in business ciroles than ever be
'bre. The Stock Exchange, Petroleum
Boards and Gold Room have decided to
have no seasion.
MEETING OF TOBACCO MERCHANTS.
There was a meeting tobacco merchants
yesterday, at which a memorial to the Sec
retary of the Treasury, setting forth tbe
views of the assemblage, was adopted and
transmitted to Washington.
REDUCTION OF EXPENSES OF THE NAVY.
The Tribune's Washington special says
that the Secretary of the Navy has com
menced the reduction of expenses. Many
transports are to be sold, and the naval
vessels not needed are to be put outof com
A gentleman from the South saya there
are two million bale of cotton in Georgia
Scraid's Washington special says:
The authority heretofore given to the com
manding generals of the armies on depart
ments aa toother officers to appoint the offi
cers of colored troops has been revoked by
tho Secretary of War, except for new regi
ments to be raised or for regiments now in
process of organization. Hereafter all ap
pointments and promotions in such organi'
zations are to be made directly by the
NEW YORK, April 13.
SEC'Y STANTON TO RESIGN.
The Commercial's Washington special
says it is currently reported that Secretary
Stanton will resign as soon as peace is declared.
A NEW CONFEDERACY.
11th, says, Jeff. Davis, Hunter, and Thomas
F. Bemmes have long contemplated the
formation of a Trans-Mississippi Confed
eracy, to be composed of Arkansas, Texas,
and Western Louisiana, with such discon
tented Mexican States as might join them.
The sanitary condition of Richmrnd is
THE SICK AND WOUNDED.
Two days a;o there were 2,000 s'ck and
wounded niou in Petersburg; some belong
ed to our army, and the rest to the rebels.
They are being transferred, as fast as possi
ble, to Point.
THE RICHMOND RAILROAD.
The Richmond, Fredericksburg and
Potomac railroad is not yet in working or
der: The line is only in repair for twenty
miles out from Richmond.
The bridge over the South Anna was. des
troyed by Bheridan.
SICKNESS OF MRS. LEE.
Mrs. General Lee is serionsly indisposed.
A negro guard was placed in front of tbe
house she is occupying, but on it being rep
resented that the color was an insult to her
they were withdrawn and white ones substituted.
A correspondent says nearly all the prop
erty destroyed by the fire belonged te
wealthy rebels; the poorer class dn not ex
press any sympathy for the sufferers by the
29th of March, says that a bitter feeling
exists between the French and Austrian
troops now in Mexico. Numerous quarrels
have taken place between them on account
of tho recollections of the French-Austrian
Several editors were arrested for com
nienting on theconduetof Marshal Basome.
The discords in the Imperial family era
said to be increasing.
NEW YORK, April 13.
Gallagher's evening Exchange.
New York Central lOlJi; Erie .; Hud
son 107!.; Reading 106; Michigan Southern
63; Illinois central vo;'i; rictBDurgn
; Rock Island ; North Western
31; do preferred 62Ji; Fort Wayne 94;
Ohio A Mississippi Certificates 26; Canton
32 Cumberland 48'; Quicksilver 64;
Gold active and firm on call. It stood at
the close of report 146.
Stocks not very active.
PHILADELPHIA, April 13.
Jay Cooke report subscriptions to the
7-30 loan, to-day, at S3,2f 4,500, including
$100,009 from the First National Bank of
New York, $13,000 from Pittsburgh, $50,000
from Nashville, and $2,291 individual sub
WASHINGTON, April 13.
Lieutenant General Grant arrived in this
city this afternoon, accompanied by his
Chief of Btaff, Colonel Gamble, command
ing the Union forces at Fairfax Station,
who had received a message from Moaby,
in which the latter says he does not care
about Lee's surrender, and that he is de
termined to fight so long as he has a man
It is staled that General Lee has had
permission to visit Weldon, North Carolina-
The report of the capture of Selma and
Farrest's force is, according to national
report, now considered by General Thomas
The State Department has promulgated
the following notice of. the Reciprocity
Treaty, which was given by Mr. Adams to
the British Government on the- 17th of
March, and duly acknowleged on that day
Therefore in accordance with the stipu
lations contained in the treaty, it will ex
pire in twelve months from that date, vis,
March 17, 186C. "
The greatest enthusiasm prevailed ih Sher
man's army ever the capture of Richmond.
The Union inhabitants of Raleigh "made
demonstrations of joy in spite of the rebels.
Carl Shurs haa arrived at Newbern, and
is said to be on his way to Raleigh.
No movement for the return of North
Carol lb to the TJnioa will be made until
the occupation of Raleigh by our troops.
A portion of Sherman's arm jwrere under
orders to move prior to the 11 of ' Richmond.
GRANT IN WASHINGTON.
PHILADELPHIA, April 13.
A special dispatch to the Philadelphia
Press from Washington this afternoon says:
General Grant is here in consultation with
the President. His headquarters are here
after to be in Washington. Hegoes to
Philadelphia to-morrow. -j
LIB ABD BWBLL.
Lee is to visit Johnston's army to stay
bloodshed. He is truly penitent.
Ewell is on his parole at the Metropolitan.
NEW YORK, April 13.
Wall the 5th, arrived here to-night. Pan
ama papers contain the following s. ..
MaJiters on the Isthmus were quiet.
General Carroll, President of Guatemala,
There is little news of Interest. The peo
ple are suffering from the revolntionwhich
continues to gain importance. A Govern
ment steamer narrowly escaped capture.
Fighting still continues cn tbe Eastern
coast. Hopes) are entertained that peace
WASHINGTON, April 13.
THE LATE GENERAL SMITH.
The body of General Smith, who died
from the effects of wounds received, has
TO BB BEHOVED.
A number of our wounded now at City
Point will be shipped to Annapolis, where
they will be placed in hospitals.
Seward's face injured by his fall has been
placed in wirea instead of bandages since
the time the swelling has been reduced,
and he does not suffer. He is unable to
leave his bed, and is more easy in day time
FORTRESS MONROE, April 12.
The steamers Sawnee and Commander
arrived here to-day from Wilmington.
The captain of the Sawnee reported having
passed off Hatteras the scene of the burn-
rig of the steamer General Lyon. The
captain with the aid of his glass waa en
abled to discern a large number of bodies.
GENERAL LEE'S SURRENDER.
NEW YORK, April 13.
The World's Washington special of to
night says: It is ssated that as soon as
Gen. Lee decided to surrender, he set to
work to devise some plan by which such
action would reuult in peace- He proposed
to Gen. Grant that if generous terms were
granted him, he would himself go to Gen
eral Johston and nrge him to surrender.
Gen. Grant is understood to have met this
nroDosition in the spirit in which it
wss made, and considering that he could
represent President Lincoln in the matter,
granted Lee even more liberal terms , than
be suggested. It waa finally decided that
Grant wonld proceed to Washington and
urge upon Mr. Lincoln to stop all recruit
ing, and issue a proclamation of amnesty;
or in lieu thereof make it known that he
would deal in a liberal manner with the
soldiers and people of the South.. In the
meantime General Lee would visit General
Johnston in person.
Yesterday Evening's Edition.
NEW YORK, April 13.
The Heralds correspondent
says the people of Virginia and the city of
Richmond in particular, appBars to do at
last fully satisfied with their experiment of
a Southern Confederacy, and are making
preparations for the return of their State
to its former loyal position in the Uni jn.
Influential citizens there are still engaged
in endeavoring to secure tbe best terms
they can. The feeling of the majority of
the Richmondites against Jeff. Davis and
other leaders of the rebel government is
if presented as having become very bitter.
At least 6,000 of tbe white peogleof Rich
mond are now entirely dependent on the
Government and .Northern charities for
their daily svpply of food and but for these
would starve. Government officers are
now issuing 12,000 rations a day to these
destitute dupes or secession.
The work of clearing np the city and
taking possession of the mills and manu
factories of the rebel government and aban
doned property of all kinds, and putting
them in proper order, b being vigorously
prosecuted under the direction or benerai
ahenlev, and for the necessary labor which
this involves, a large number of negroes
axe employed. ;
The amount of properly thus secured to
the government is enormous. Much se
creted propeity has been discovered in the
dwellings of citizens, including, it is said,
vast quantities of articles sent from friends
in the JSorth to administer to the wants of
imprisoned Union soldiers. .
The remains of Colonel Dahlgren have
been discovered near Richmond. ' They
were exhumed and sent to Washington.
It is rumored in Richmond that General
Lee arrived there on Monday night, and
proceeded quietly to his residence.
The TrtAune's special from City Point
says that a special train was to go to Burks
ville last night to bring in Generals Grant
and Lee and staff, who return to Richmond
to-day in accordance with their parole
General Grant's army is reported to have
turned its face eastward for tbe purpose of
receiving supplies and recruiting.
Sheridan s prisoners captured previous
to Lee's surrender are on their way to City
The Worlds Goldsboro special, of the
9th, says rlherman's army is in the best
possible spirits, ana ready to move.
The trains are loaded, and the troops re
clothed. Sherman haa notified the army
commanders to be prepared for .rapid
marches. Speedy results may be expected.
The Times' City Point special says Gen.
Lee has expresseed a desire to depart for
Europe, with the rest of bis family, at an
early day. He is much affected by his de
feat. Davis has deserted mm, and is re
treating en bis own aceount. - ;i
BALTIMORE, April 13.
The Richmond Whig oi yesterday con
tains a call signed by the members of the
Legislature ot tbe State of Virginia and a
number of citizens for an immediate meet
ing of the General Assembly of tbe State
to consider the restoratian of peace to Vir
ginia, and other questions involving life,
liberty and property. . . , .
The United States 'military authorities
have consented to give safe conduct to the
Governor, Lieut-Governor and member for
ingress and departure, ia order that they
may have free deliberation on publio affairs.
The call is made for on or before April
NEW YORK, April 13.
The Btraid-s Newbern dispatch o! tho
8th, states that the entire re-equipment of
Sherman's army had been completed, and
that it was ready to enter a nw campaign
for the sudden extinguishment of John
ston's "miiitarv rower." if that nhai h Lac
tam shall choose to offer farther resistance
after hearing of Lee s surrender.
The news of the capture of Richmond.
of course, caused great rejoicing in New
bern. a ns COunuy on tnw nvrui uus ut sue
Seuie. river, between Newbern and Golds-,
boro, is entirely cleared of armed rebels,
on the north side of that stream there are
aume prowling Dan us. uuo ot tueno, on
the 7th, captured and bnrned steamer
and two barges laden with supplies for
Sherman's troops, on their way up the
river. This is the only interruption
which Sherman's communications have
Suffered. - s
General Mower has succeeded General
Williams aa commander of the 20th corps.
in Sherman's army.
CINCINNATI, April 13.
Preparations for tba celebraeion here
to-morrow are perfected. There will be a
general turnout or all clafsee.
The Oasetie's Lexington, Ky, dispa'ch
says that Gen. Palmer is at Eminence; Ky
for the nurnsfM of mrivin0 th a snrr:ui
of all the Confederate forcas In the State,
including Jessie's command. Those who
will not surrender will be declared out
laws, and the people will be called upon to
hunt them down.
j ,A hen ten ant and seventy-one men stir
rer dered yesterday to General Hobson.
The Gazette says, General Carrington, at
Indianapolis, is charged with being de
faulter for $30,000, and also guilty of frauds
in wood contracts.
Ktitu'h Abvtu.s TRl IT R t
1m the Field, Vihoistia, Y
April 11, 1865. J
[SPECIAL ORDERS, NO. 74]
The st conk paragraph of Special Orders
No. 48, of the date of March loth, 1366,
from these headquarters, suspending trade
operations within the State of Virginia,
except that portion known as tbe
Eastern shore, and the States of
North and oulh Carolina, with
that portion of the State of Georgia
bordering on the Atlantic, including tne
city ot Savannah, until farther orders, is
U. S. GRANT
Lieut. General Commannding.
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RnTnn HtamtM fnr sale. mm '"
C HOICK BLACK TKA3--OOLONG,
clvoBpf sad Japan Teas of Tery tne qoaiJlt-.,
areeieby OHUB0H1LL BBOTH-.a, ,
SUOAK3-PKICE3 GREATLY KK
D DCS Doe all kinds of Sngar, and wa are not
to be undersold, find the tight piece Mo. 126
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FIVE ACRES OP LAND for SALE,
on WUvwoti avenue, east of JKrnmsn st. It con.
tsVDt 100 clioioe Peach tires, eol lii soil is w-il
adapted tor (Jrapes. The lad lies haiitsonil7r, ajilt
b)u4 jusjtoutiid! tbe city fimiti, the rurchaer-r will
ero.1 the city taxes end bare e beautiful plueetor a
irsidence in a stood o'ichborbood. For price and
ttvinf or sarmnt wqniieet 25 dhsrilT str et. or ol
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