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STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA APRIL 20, 1865.
Published by Theodore Schoch. 1 Al'lilV of tllC Potomac.
TPTT-a Tn'rt ilntUrP Tni r 1 u n ll VTII1 f 1 TltllliflinW
TERMS Two dollars a vear in advance nntl if no
pant bctore llic enit ol tnc yen, uo uoiiars aim nuy
ots. will he chiircrd.
No paper discontinued until all arrcaiagcs arc paid, 5
except ai tne option 01 iuc r.uiior.
ICAdvcrtisemcnts of one square of (eight linos) or
icsi, oneor three insertions i ou. jvicn auumonu
"Insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in propoition.
The Patience of Abraham Lincoln.
A Washington correspondent of the!
How to Make Hard Soap.
The American Agriculturist gives the
OF A.I.T. TilNDS,
Erooutcd in the highest stylo of the Art, and on the.
most reasor.-iuie terms.
. -r w . . -
on the Mill. Jloio our Armj received
the iicics. Death of Brigadier-Gcncr
ASSOCIATED PRESS ACCOUNT.
Washington, April 13, 1865.
Correspondence from the Army of thoi
it'otomac says that very little fightiu
Gen. Sheridan's Adjutant-General was? movement of the troops nowhere.. Thca
allowed to come through the Rebel col-sSecond and Sixth Corps-are to start this IS
guinn to communicate with Gen. McadeJ morning for Rurkesvillc Junction. The Methodist gives us a glimpse of Olds following four recipes for making hard.
ty-lourth Corps aro to s Abe s dealings with the multitudunouslsoap. ihc editor particularly recom-..
while the Fifth Corps i claims of so-called Loyal men, from Geor-i mends No. I, and as this is the time of
i ' -C 1 SJ .i . i i i B l it. . i i '
Ke possession oi anusgia, tnat arc every day presseu upon nisgycar wnen our trinity uousewives supply
intentions. Ibriug away the property and effects of s attention. We ouote : Sthemselves with this much needed ar-
Geu. Lee, however, sent another mes-Lec's Army. Wc do not mean to say that the Prcsi- tide, we make this publication for their
The trains are now running to lurkes-
n . . t y rt ? -to
uveitis prior lo jjecs ourrenaer. xogwho stated that he knew of no such ar-f cavalry and Twen
Guns and 10,000 Prisoners ta7:en oHSrangcment, and that he was about to movefgo toward Dauville,
ttcWh and itt. Attack b Mtcridanh forward, in accordance with his previousSwill rciuaiu to ta
desiring to have an interview withi
dent's patience never yields. In one in-lbenefit.
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render, and Gen. Meade was thus obligedsshaky condition, not much regularity is Eliini in close and loud conversation withlter over six pounds of washing soda (s&l
ito grant a two hours armistice in order togas yet obtainable in the time table. a gentleman from a certain portion off soda) and 3 pounds of unslacked lime:'
communicate with Ucn. Urant who hadg Jjrig.-Uen. bmyth uieu on the utu inst.K reclaimed southern territory. The vistors&tir tne mixture well, and let it settle un-
HY ETHEL LYSN.
ili ! Harry Holly ! Halt and tell
A fellow just a thing or two ;
Youve had a furlough, been to eee
How all the folks in Jersey do.
It's montb.9 agone since I was llierc,
I, and a bullet from Fair Oaks.
When you were home old comrade, say,
Did you sec any of our folks!
"You did r Shake hands Oh, ain't I glad;
For if 1 do look grim and rough,
I've got some fceliu'.
A f-oldicr's heart is mighty tough;
But Harry, when the bullets ily,
And hot saltpetre flames and smokes,
While whole battalions lie afield,
One's apt to think about his folks,
nl.iP nn f iiTti. of i?,.;ii EiDOvcQ arouuu to tne lett uunng tne nigntarrom tne eiiects or tuo wounu ne receivcu u proiesscu to dc a outneru loyalist, ana lit is purieuuy ciuar. 4.1 is Detter to let it.
ji.iv,o uu ni in insi., ai X'aimvinc. . ...... . r.t tt-j 1 1 1 1 t Ifl .1 . 1 1 , Bi j n :ua :i i.r. ..
Thnro woo cnmn ci.;r.;t.;.. i,Ken- uranc consenting to see wen. juceaon tne otu. iiis Dooy nas occn emoainicaaiwantcu certain papers signeu oy tncssiauu uu uiut aa it iukcs some time ior
j.nere was some skirmishing between theg 11- .. 0 , , , , t t . . . t 1 . 1 1T t- i i 9n i ; i i -itti 1
Rencniv's rear guard and the Second Corps.SV T , -T r. "v"', 7,'"u T r;,u' V, r fl. .a , " t ' a -------t;- i
Bwith the Second Division of Cavalry, tlicBiVT01" nu"or 'e"- 'S111- syu m n iimmgton, ei ana leaves aBuicceu upon mm oy tne war iu u.u wajc., F. u pounas oi xm
p . . - . ' . ESrfifr potii in find ronnrfnn inn forme fir.nwitf nnri nminn til nmiirn Ilia Inca E3 " in n nminnf. nrcron niQ p nunc in cntt Qwifli if. nnr hnil tor twn hfllirfl. st.irrina it:
srcbuiu ucinjr uuiuiDortant. Jjce had m-w , .. r , . a . . . , . e?.. . , ? ;e . . t-. t
S? . . .i-.. . Atranirni mi.l flirt nnnia oi.viirtH Tt. h n . flirt si tlot (4nn Alriff iv in tvnc hoi 1 1 v srnn ti ii k f i mul frinrto nti.l flirt I'mciffntif o tictirornrl n tit nsr. nt r.MA Tltnn IT IT flnna nnr ennm
tended to tall back to Danville. butbemeH . . 1 f ?. , . , . , . . . t. '.. ,r .e.t - i . n . . .
greatest excitement prevailed tnrougnoutsea in tne engagement oi tne uiu insc.,gtin a way quite tne reverse, ne was notsi'"" uuuugu, put unumur gmiun oi water
our Hues, cheer unon cheer rent the air.g while gallantly leading his men in a chartroBnleased. ion the grounds, stir and dram off, and
cut off by our forces getting to Burkes-
"lit -t ..1 V?.
Ejvine, ne eiiangcd his course and started
S toward Lynchburir. Part of his army
H passed through Farmvillc on the 7th.
:.iter crossing the Appomatox, the urid-
burncd, and before our troops
over, the enemy had taken a
Soon after, Gen. Meade and Staff, withson a rebel-wagon train, left for home this
other officers, rode alouir the hues of thegmorningon leave of sbsence. Gen. Motts
Second and Sixth Corps, and they were? wound is just below the knee, the ball
position a mile from the river, where they $4
erected works and made a stand in order ft-
greetcd with the most enthusiastic shouts,
the men throwing their hats m the air
jand fairly dancing with joy and delight.
Ao such scene has ever been witnessed!
passing through between the bones.
ii, fl ii. c i Sin this army, and the thanks ot the wnolcj
llow their wagons to i?ct out ol thcM t . , ,f
. . . o o Mrintttttrt' irn ilito In tlin ntvivn limn finri ft
V 1 14 ,1 l 1 j tl.V Vfc V. J V V U , I, I W 1 W 1.4 1,1, u ;
i7-rn in nPF
Why, this paper docs not say you aregadd as is wanted to the boiling mixture.'
entitled to the money." gits thickness can be tried by occasionally.
"No. sir. but it recommends my claimgputtingu little on a plate to cool, fatir-
to your consideration." ih a handful of salt just before taking off.
"J3ut, sir, you do not prove your claim."! the lire Have a tub ready soaked, to
"Wc arc loyal, sir." Bprcvcnt the soap from sticking, pouriV
'Yes, sir, and so arc the men who standlm, and let it settle until solid, when you
;side of the town, a division of cav
u ..v.. u. ...v- ...v.., juuv ... , . , . nmiimnil(inv, f.r .-i, r(1ua!r3 aispiayea irom ouuuings, auu nau h v. don't wis i to ivorrv vou. Mr.Rsoan
-1 1 J l. "i-iuiv uuuiuiuiiuuiu vi ,ji-vy.. i. t-. w . . . , Kf -- - .. . . , ,
.inj miug , rrinrJntio rrtcnH fctuc curiosity to know how many Jiritisn
A Spicy Interview.
On the arrival of Gen. Sherman at Sa-Up ;n front 0f Richmond to be shot, butawill have from the above quantity of in-.
Tannali he saw a large numpcr ot ijritisn g f.10.v don'l-. enmn Wo f.o nlnfTtio mo." Bsrredicnts about fortv nounds of nice whito
e it : n fct ho nnrtositv to know now manv JJntisn sPmc iinnf . " & io. z. lissn vn i timtml nnnnanfrnfmr
l? .l-., J l - l . EaiUlU "1UHUUS lUbllll. n 7. . J . ,V Win-muum:. m , w . uut.u uuubv.uiiLuiy.us
LiiHuii a p.M , u0ii,.iui.u ty uuuuj - j . understo0(1 that thc mcn of Gcn consuls there were there, lie soon asccr-p j knew what you want you arcjpotash, in 2. quarts of boiling water, in a
'iviiuuvv, i nut nji,uiiai,iui,uiis wt . .1.. t - i-- i-j...itt jBtnitiofi t. mr. t inun tinora trnrn on ntn i inirsKi : l : l i ;i ; fcmoii i-nHi i.tt .tfnit
JjUU a j1.11.Liy ai u lu uu paiuiuu auu auuwuu sj o ci-a luiuiiijj. ui lijiiij iuiu iiiv;, iuiu a j ua-r-i"" - -
frt vrtfitf.t fn flinif hntnoa ' ' irttr mrn ,inWIHjrU UUtlOU 11UU UUUU StUfUU
5? bridge. The becond Division, under lcn.
V I. -
. - - . . . .'.III I Till I II Iff 1,111.1 I llllllll... I. Ill, t . t-L j II II
I ?vrL- if firilri-kl fhnm vnTLarnnch r ririnir w r. . k w x .1 .1 i i . i. J
a.,,1 en vnli t mm w inn nin where! k v """" ' ..0.wv, g vrvfi, : li. r ......i,, u.. nRf ,. rrlirgai, once oruercu ic to DC seizeu
, , . , ,. . them back some distance. Lut they hadg., . , , p .. Lter that when the
t m n ii-intt iclto livolw rp 1 H .... ? Kt.nov fiftstrnvod arirri nmniints or nroncrtVB ul'Ul) " i-'"'
.in, r, , i, Ba. !!'CC diamountcd lying in ambush, ( J carriWcsioased at his headquarters,
Or does she seem lo pine and fret gas ti,ey advanced to the
Forme? And Sis! has she grown tall! land they were compelled
And did vou sec her friend you know ,' their supports.
That Annie Moss- - f. 1 ho Lcbels soon after retired, bcingggandoncJ neary all lthey did not losS
fllow this nine chokes :1 ' indisposed to await another charge. I leS
V 4 1 1 T 1 i mi. P4 "wuuu.
& lusa on uulu biucb was very mint. jluu
and pushing on after the enemy drove & ,m.vi j ci r T -t "Ston. sir " said Gen. Sherman.
' . - . i.i i iii r:iiik 1 1 1 f - 111 ;liiiiv ;iiL:a 11
Where did you see her! tell nic, Hal,
A lot of news about our folks.
You saw them in the church you say;
Tt's likely, for they're always there.
"Not Sunday ?" no ?" A fun'ral ! Who!
Whv. Harrv. how vou shake and stare " the charge
. ",, " i ..ii f i command.
All WC11, JUU Biiy, ilJJU .111 WC1U UUU
What ails you, Hal ? Is this a hoax !
Why don't you tell me, like a man,
What is the matter with our folks?
'I said all well, old comrade true,
I say all well, for He knows best
Who takes the young ones in his arms,
Before the sun goes to the West,
The ax-man Death deals right and left,
And flowers fall as will as oaks;
Fair Annie blooms no more !
And that's the matter with your folks,
Spo, this long curl was kept for you ;
And this white blossom from her breast;
And here your sister Bessie wrote
A letter, telling .-.11 the rest,
Bear up, old friend."
Only the old camp-raven croaks,
And soldiers whisper:
"Boys, be still,
Tiiere's some bad news
He turns his back (the only foe
That ever saw it) on this grief,
And as man will, keeps down the tears
Kind Nature sends to Woe's relief,
Then answers he:
"Ay, Hal, I'll try;
But in my throat there's something chokes,
Because you sec, I've thought so long
To count her in, among ouriolks.
I spojc she must be happy now,
But still I will keep thinking too,
I could have kept all trouble off,
By being tender, kind and true.'
But maybe not
She'f safe up there,
And when the Hand deals other strokes,
She'll stand by Heaven's gate I know,
And wait lo welcome in our folks."
Prrnitf Inmnti TOnlL-rtfl in finnnrnnflv in irrnnf.
""aire, uancrs. xc. g"1"""" " " "fr...vV n.v.
3 The number of Gen. Lee's force is putjhaste, and inquired it he was General
I down at about 20,000 men. Arcry few 1 Sherman. Having received an affirma-
iguns were in their possession, as they a-a"u 1U1"J 1)UU1FUUa buuun.uum
. . ai I I 1 1 1 I l i l i li i r -i
ii mnrirnii "T.ii?ir. wnnii nn nir. nic rnif nnni
, ia o - j o i e.
away, and tice of the peace, to put your claims! boil' about o pounds ol clean fat, or t'alr
Soon af-ifv0un,i. There are hundred thousandllow, or its eouivalcnt of scat) Urease.'
General was busy E,nn ;n tho oonntrv. p.vnrv ono of thomowith 2 callon3 of soft water. As soon as
a pompous Kas jr00j as von ar0 wh0 haVe just such 5 the grease is melted, gradually add thel
in H n uuu Liu iuiu ilia luaiuuuuui
fc united states troops were cngacrcd in re-i
bills as you present; and you care noth-dissolYcd lye from the small kettle, about
ing of what becomes of them so you gctla gill at a time, until all lye is uscd? con"
your money." Istantly boiftnfg jin'd stirring ovcr a slbvf
"Wc think our claim just, Mr. Presi-lfire until it becomes hick',.an'd as trans
dent." 1 parent as honey. During this proccess.'
'Yes, but you know you can't provclsufncicnt water should be added occasion'-,,
... .r . il . 11 . l 1 1 .1 11 1 . -rt
tz . . . . n . . . .. fix I J J L U . . . .
rm.:L i.l 1.l :.. CmOVlDir 111S COttOn irom it. WllCU It wasrslii :.. i.; K,t 11 fl, nln v to Ton noo wlmf; mq hotlort ntif. TF
1 Corps soon after crossed the "vcr.g fuid several this morning. protcctcd by the British flag." thc United Statcs and you wanfc me tojusing fresh grease, add 4ounces of sal:
HSblUC Oil .liter the encniV drove , -r , U "Rfnn cJv " cnirl flnn Rlidrmnn "rmt.r? -L c l. IT.4. if :n :. l 1J ii l
, . . , ., . - , , , . a The rank and nic ot Jj
f them behind tlicir newly built breast-& . , . , ,.
t , , c it J , , .. Ksaid to be well satisned
t worKS. ueii. omyra was sovoruiy auu
prove it for you by writing my name ongLjet it stand till it gets cold, then cut in-
plain words youRto bars, and put away to dry. The con-
struggle, believing th
3 S linnfi nf ciifrricc: luif. tnv
.S"TV - j
The officers arc somewhat surly andseizcdifc aI1 iu tl,c Qame of mY &n
: is believed mortally wounded in lead
' Mia n I k ii. 'Il in irv r r r sfe T i 4 I k 'rA
w : i..t'd reiuscd to surrcu
I'.i.!1! v mi;: i 11. ii'rrt i n : lu . .
' , 3 , 11 l i Shave stuck to him to the
as a personal one. i more gauani, sui-a
i r i i . l ,j i.-
iriiiorrTfrt-fnrl h n f f itc Inn hnrr tci ennn
only ranked high for bravery ou the field,?? - , ' fin , , ,fhornilv nnfl "But, sir," said the consul, indignant-
. . M ill 1 UI1 11 11LU Lllt JltlU 11VII ilUUiti jta
Fi but as a gentleman and a triend he wa8Jkindly our pcopic are disposed to trcatlly. "there is scarcely any cotton in bavan-
K beloved by -all who knew him. Ihc losstilcru Inah that does not belong to me."
gin the Second Corps will be about 150g lctter from tlic Armv of tll0l "There is not a pound of cotton here,
.mostly ot bmyth s brigade. MTt .ij u.:no . fsir. that does not belong to me, ior the
i rn uu : it ii:i I'll fi i m. v. .
In the morning, before the enemy cross-w rr, , nr.nmnntl crwn.RUnited States," responded Sherman
; cd the river, twelve guns were taken from j , f T ' ' nnmnniP.A rester-8 "Well, sir," said the consul, swelling
r them, and alterward six more, making H , , . t r, . ' . i-i. ...l.. r fi
I The i
y Oth is p
.p or Kershaw s and Cnstis Lees JJivisions. . h thosands of the mcn of this armytj
S , correspondent, after giving furth-g u ir dissatisfactiou not ouy atr
i"!1!. ?!&hZ "Ithe unparralleled liberality granted to
O uixupuu ?ucu uuu guwa ouu g o Armvof Northern Virgiu a.bat at
V says the held where the surrender toofcg., - w1l;i, t w " 'mrn
j. place was almost covered with the ene-
i tnv'c: doMfl nil of f.liorr nonrlv. lioinf sliot.
. - .i , j ' I J xT. i i Bnica being permitted to enjoy
. in tne neau anu upper part oi uiu uouy.w , . - Btvnfr1( :n filf nnssn
. The position was a very favorable one for$ r. f y , , . Jand thence to this point. At every step
r . i " . . l . ii m
frt rrn.rt iin t inHUl" UUU. oil, UUU 1UV V.UHUU , ILJ y lUl'K fin OnOk" Ot IT. VPS in
la, wi.v. Uu . ., - ., TT , -i ?,. . a w- '
at they have nolton m the name ot tne united states Wish me to lie for you that you may get gecntrated potash, or lyc, can be obtained;
that if Gen, LCcluovcrnmcni 5ir- x I1UVG ao"ceu, cou-fiyour money. 1 shall not do it." - latany drug store, and usually in country
. .2 A n 1 oi., t l ,K-' m. . . i -c t 9-l l L.L.i:i.- i l-
der, they wouldtluuuu kJ,,i;1"1. Blua" "ia,v a xiic visitor stands a moment, as n aiz- tsiurus wuuru incuiumua are Kept. ... .
lnof suags ucre, an protecting cotton : jl nave m zv and undecided, and gathering up slow-I io. 6 Anotner correspondent wntCB :
: ly retires to digest his repulse as best hc"nard soap is made the same as good soft
may. gsuap. uy uiu uuiuu oi grease anu strong.
iiye tne clearer tne grease, tne better tne
soaD. luev arc boiled ud totrether :when
The Farm and the Street gthey boil up thick, then add salt in the'.
On Monday last a boy presented him- fproportion of 2 quarts to 8 gallons .of;
self at the counter of Jay Cooke & Co.,BSoan. Let it boil un thorouffhlv. set it"
in Philadelphia, and said that he wanted faway to cool, when it can be cut out and
l- : i em nnn : 'Pi.:4: $.i .i .i r
to iuvksii jiu.uuu iu uuiuu-iuuura. cuneu reauv ior use.
lunmolf nn with tho difrmtv of hisohico.Kllo uncovered that amount ol moneys Mo. 4. Tnko nhont 19 nnnrta trooiT
during the day and about 2,000 n ,:',. iLM nr i' 1, 0 h,ov Rand reddening in the face, "my govern-gfrom his person iu greenbacks and notes gsoft soap, add 1 teacupful of fine salt,'
s. ichooc The terms ''ranted were certain-imentslia11 liear of tllis- I shall rcportgof Ohio and Indiana banks. It soon f bring it to n boil while stirring, and set
lumber of prisoners taken on thefjj 0x(iV liberal character. " your conduct to my government, sir." Btranspircd that he lived in the wcsternaway until cold; then' fake off the top'
ut down at ,iuu, almost entirely a.- . u r rr,, 4 ti,,J, "Ah I nray. who arc you, sir v said a part ot Indiana, anu aesinng to mvese mf-bring it up to a simmer, ttrcn sSrain
"Consul to her British Majesty, sir.'
"Oh, indeed," responded ihc General,
'I hope you will report me to your gov-
from the Ohio river to
f 1 n L-c rill nr
put it on a board to dry
a prudent simplicity that it would dc sa-gturn while drying.
lest to get his bonds right Irom Jaya
Cooke's own hands, he traveled all thejj Wooed and Taken.',
way to Philadelphia to make the purchase.fi A curious illustration of the
While there he received the attcntionssin domestic relations brought, about by
i-i 1 l5 ----- j : Bxt- . i L. .- -
wiucii ins paruousui auu uuvuuuu uiun-ijiuc wariias come to our notice. A..resr
ted. BueuB or tnis county entered tne service
On Friday of last week a German camefas a member of one of the first Oompanies
into the National Bank 01 Dubuque, hav-gwhich lelt Honcsdale m lbtil, leaving a
ing walked 30 miles from his farm, in gwecding wife bemoaning his departure.
the neighborhood ot Bellevuc. Hist In the course of time the volunteer was
clothes were ragged the' appearance oflreportcd dead, and the widow dryin her.
tho man" was that of a mendicant. 'Twasitears. became the wife of another. Matters
an artifice to avert robbery on the road. iprogresscd after the Enoch Arden stylo'
g caissons, and baggage of all kinds, prc-gj, . DOSitjon more intolerable than it ac-i "What do you propose to do there ?"lFor, in the bank, he took out of his dress S until husband jSto. one unexpectedly made.
nscuting a SCCUC sciuoiu wiluussuu ua Kfiiollv is TllC nolicY pursued may haveAasKca tnc cousub laMJii sumowiiat uu.iuh-.giOjUUU, ins uwii muuuy iu jiam, iJiiuoi-pms, uppuaiuuui; upim wiu stuuu, iiuuu iuo
i: nart or Jee s army. fi, ' .i a n Cnlilmr willa "1
B The loss on the Gth will sum up abouta , . i,l ;d ;,i i
S 1,00 in killed and wounded, the Sixth
6: them, but our artillery had good range .. ;t ;. nU-A 'thnt wnilidil have encountered British arms, British
from Grain ffers-r" 41 " -"J"""u6 ..... . ... g, becn humijiatlnff to Ueu. Leo
nnfisgoous 01 every ucscription, at every step,
I up the ascent with such impetuosity thatg . B nnA ihn nf. fu w:si. nrSsir. I have met them in all shapes : and
I some were bayoneted before they left theirg , . f ' (Jovernmeilt or commandersPOW, sir, I find you claiming all the cot-
iles H7 , 1 3ton sir. 1 intend to call upon my gov-1
10 act lOWaru lllCIll 111 uuy ay tuau iiuuiuH , l ))
l..t l :..:4i A,i;nM mnl- "ernment to order me to .Nassau at once.
linht breastworks. The
was strewn with broken-down
scattered all along the Hue of march, and
as the troops pass they come in and sur
render themselves, expressing tlicir de
termination to tight no longer, as they
consider the rebellion as good as over.
" Four guns were brought iu this mor
11 in", beside a long train of ambulances,
Kinauv containing wounded, who
would," replied the General, "takcBpally his neighbors, intrusted to him tognovel method of determining the rival-
... , . n -i l i . 1 . 1 .11 1 1 I,. ff. l r i jr.- i I j i i
b l thev always do to what is jud"-jjwlt" 1UC a quantity ot ptCKS anu snovcis,gmvcsc in tne uovernmeut, xioau. jvuiy eciaims 01 ine two jicncuicis oy a game 01
suumiu as ) J o j throw that cursed sand hill into thcHdollar of the thirteen thousand had beengcards was agreed upon. The contest took'
I Corps suffering the heaviest. " w ,)":,,. Sundavni"ht and Monday largcfsca sir an(1 thcn 1 would pay for it, sirldugby these Germans out of the soil withlplacc in the presence of a number of in-.
Another letter dated on the evening 0 k . r . cll s'orne of3-if necessary. Good day, sir." hard days' works. g ercsted spectators ana tne nest ot tno;
the 8th, says: "Stragglers are loundrJ, ir., ,.irt titoir .smru. from thoi It is needless to add that General! A few days since a combination' 01 im-jolce is that eacn or tnc players tnca
best to be beaten. The disputed propcr-
Whcn General Sherman was in com
t ' ,, 1 li t. li. . ,,i RRlmrman was not attain troubled bv theHmcnsclv wcalthv Wall st. owners
oi "or majestyBattacko-d the Government credit bj tM fill to the lot oftho origmal owner.
, w ... i mmiti'Ar -pnurTn ini'ii 1. iiiiiniMn 1 iitj r,n fi ft' 1 1 !i 1 lit' rii 1 u
Our camps last night were fi ed with thcmti5uluuli;ui'- i "o "Fuu. ' TT1 v v
JUU1 (.JUiuBiaaui iBi a mionf r : snnnosod lobe Sufficient to3
begging sometning to eat, wmm 01 u. - Mu'u rl-Ar down. Tho Im.orv ofl Fernclius calls disease an affection of
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rccly given. The Shortest War. i the endeavor from its inception- to its! the body, contrary to nature: a pur'tuba-
rni n.l.rtn oct-rtil if fhoTT linn n r, . i -vr 1 T..J - . . ... n ...... li: r i.u:i . j i. j? ri-'
jluusu iuuii, ttiiv-u j s aomc twelve years ago, iapuiuuu, xuu.;rmtg remains tone written, jompar-jwuu ui 11s iiaon. ; a uurauement 01 iuj
Trorna uutu uiuuivu, - -i j via coiuuraicu ior uvu luiui i""isnn .iro onioiis. ana wc rosiicoL miaiui-i? i-uuioiin. m uau uwciiao 10, ouim,nuiM
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?i..,.,..i ;.. line;;, rnrnrl for r.nn.H but wc are auowco to go wncro o piu.n... u thc carousing propensities ot its citizens,Hfclinrtc N. Y. Tribune. leludcs human intelligence, but some dis-
S i!inn Wnf. fo,ir tiirfrftons through thea The number of men that Genera Lee and thc other for the great number ofH leases arc known their origin, action and
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??i- .1 T.:.. i,4 i.rtKc aimed to ue auic to give up na iv,vuucnrn!,a mads in its vicinity, it appears . icvcu their antidotes. Whoever nas ais-
tiiuo im auwuuv.., ,ci-of0 will, as -manv more from Bn..i i.i .ll..f f,mrt fl
1T1U1L luuuuvu,) ...... j JjLliaiUU JJ.iaiUlU tUUL,l,lui l.uu UVUJJll ..V
1 - . 1 , . L it. . 1.. ..C .l..n
.v?a oweu to minister iu uiu wants ui tnusuu
, . . .. ni. 2f T.rt.,; i,n6 loft behind on thc road
JliailU Ui. JJUUlUll JJauuviwj , 1 1 1 .1 11 U i . 1
was in thc habit of visiting every part of g plenty of such help they will be returned
W I,,c.;ti,ion. and making himscll few ttieir army iu u,u i,.ur,.uK. i
familiar with everything that was goiugg "Gen. Hays wasrclicvcd from the com
on He wore a brown coat and a "stovc-gmand of the Second Division of thc Scc
pipchat,.and was not generally rccognized0nd Corps yesterday, for tardiness iu mo-
, 1 .- 1 l.lirti-c t? llm nnminniid in ollluUonCG to Ordoi'S.
Gold Operators iunisnctt. Bcovcrcd an actual remedy for one disease.'
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lintncwn WnHtue commissary, uuaituim.ici.v5i, UU01.U. iiavtou to spend tnc nignt, auu gut Huinura A rran"-ot scceession synipatnizcrs wnosnas aoue somuunug ior ins rauu. jy.oct..
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at ,1 f lint, ilori'irr liionrs ; mir, IlllirLirM Wliu:..f i; nnn.litii n. Inlnrn nriiirsfi w i l .ni,,. .r. I nnH .imnmnl A ,-r Imo rtnnn ninm tnr Iuc tnnriininna
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have been pcrmittcu to pass miuugu tnv;ii s nur,nr the evening he uoconic acquain-vadown the credit of thc Uovernmct, wentaauord us tnc means to control ana cure.
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camp assert that not more uuu i,wygtCu wjth an old di
or 8.000 will be lound to nave nccu sur- ostcd as to the
I Inn.,f,r nnil tho rolloctor thousrllt h 11V "I .rttfScvtlln nnrlllnnvo. t.lip.ni to nil V5rnn.ns wlin inidnrstand
ivyiiuvvj. r.Luuu ui -v w o at cuuii; l ii vjtt utiuti ouiuu j iwuikj i a io u,-ii - . r j 1. . , ,
Thc cavalry operating with General c?3 :jlt as wcu inquire in regard to thc bcstH0thcrs in various Dart of the country, butfithem better. Bill ?uch effects as aro seen.
was also turned over, but only a smalls tc to d.rcrcnf points to which he wasS.Ji Woro smimatcd bv tho same snirit oiiin our midst, on affections of the. .lungs
3 uo nci icuei . uaitu 3 : Hforcc with broken down horses couiu oc gdestincd. Bhostility to tho Government. Thc Cin-iby Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, on styolulous.
wi.'i a oth'ii iiciTiiiniiiir i,ni' fin i riiniiui.iiL.ij i a i i: j. i . - ivoor nnn n . y-i i 11 n . - i m .
I worYiiUlllll,l'uuu,'n v vm. .
5 ne uocoiuu iivniuaiu-wMown tne credit oi tnc uovernmct, wcniaauyru us iu muaua iu tuunui uuu euro,
rover, who appeared undcr jn New York during the panic of Iscveral dangerous disorders. Wc rarely,
lie geography ofthegrtrtk before last. These parties lived Jspcak on' medical subjects, preferring tot
W tlio minor nfTioials or the soldiers
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One dav winic walking uiiuujiii auuihw iuiu, uUh,u .
grounds he met with a soldier who
iMimnrnifnllv boatinir a mule.
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"Stop pounding that mule 1" said meg which led an to expect a lotmai --B Tlie nuuibcr of guns given up was thir-g r liauc Lie represented the latter in thcIPills, should not bo ignored Keokuk,
mcrai. ..... ,gul l,1,fl u Ti .r-,. t Hty .with irom tnrce to iour nuuuiuu ttaS-a wcll, sir," said thc drover, -you nau0jd voorn They made a large amountiowa; journal
"Git cout I said tnc soiuicr, in unbs-s j118 energ eb iu uu t, . .... . ... .. oj)s bcUcr tQ Na loo and- ta,:o tllc road af ,nonGV liist vcar ;md expected to make
.irsij . it mi ran ii v ;iu vKstuiuuv aitui-ai -.- i,.i nnnmn mc. , - ., c . . i-
V Cl'V 11U1U uuimuuiuuu uv. ..v. oacllllt? ncariV liortll. 0.1 rrrpjil. H.vvl morn t its vcar, iuui
. n c .y .... G " n-" -w - . . -
rJf..,1 vnnnrr ct'iflllir lllflt. tilt! best had S 11T ..Z. I n trt n ffinnlinlil " Cfiiil flloM I ll. .l.L TT T T.irnn nf ,.,1111 til ! i n 1 o litf lijn Rnrnmirilla. and On tho'
n" , a i irrtctnfil.iv tliouiiu, ivjiuiu "-"-'"o a x wiau tu ju m ...v. -Kcinnati v.ta.uiiu says uiau u. l.ji ...c --,
twecn vjcus. urant ana J.cc ycsieruay, . . , , d tto Gcu. Johuson.g
"now which is the shortest t k..:0,.; l.rt-,1 nil front of thellivcr comnlaiut thafc thcycurcby Aycr's
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ful ignorance of thc person to whom nescUc marencu raptuiy an usiuiuuj ..uu
was peaking. Inoon and evening, until he ran against
"I tell you to slop !" reiterated thclshcrridau at thc Appomattox Court-
r'. i tillnii.cn.
wtuuiai. . . .- i . .1.
A s ham fiL'ht ensued, rcsuiuug in uiuj
0 - . - ... i
capture of a number ol prisoners and tncj
checkiug of their retreat.
Vn iinnd vour business, and I'll mind
mine," replied thc soldier, continuing his
llank movement upon uiu mu. , 1-- r" urivi. nSdavs previous, but that a tra
"I tell you again to stopr said tne uuh-h me iwcat -louru, ua - ; Jj' bul.g met them there wi
al. "3)o you know who I am I amWCre close up in support of the cav: I ly J J,nt . "?ut of gome 2 ,000 lion
and during thc night tooic up a bit gg - . ' than 2,
-oral. "J'O v
"That's played out
jndrth side cutting them off from- retreat'
in that direction.
tr-Un rtntno5 nlon'T here wi
an old brown coat and a stove-pipe hat on-
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BkX considered. Himself outilankcd.iV:gruSly, and Jor Sme time a br.sk -'l-J -.eUniend tow
Jfarnr.rs's MO'azinc. Koagcmcut. was V.U1J1V.VL u.
,Crc found. B The traveller noted it down- llidcdt that old would go to' five-hundred.
As an evidence of the state of their j "Well, sir, ,if 1'wish to go Ldinburg ! jjpu;svijic rebel preacher is among the
commissary when they reached ParmvilloJ "Then go to Napolcou and take" thougdd u'p i'naiyiduhrs. lie started out' with,
the residents tell us they had been issu-r0ad west." , twenty thousand iu gold, which belonged,
in" cars of corn to thc mcn for several WH, If I wish to go to Vernon ?" to imS wjfc. This, with profits on early
but that a tram lroma "Goto JNapolcon anti taKO tnc roauwngactiDns, ho uBSlTas a margin, ana got
with flour southwest." , ito be an extensive operator, liis ven-
horscs turii-1 0r to Indianapolis 7" added thc col-tures last week used' up all his margins
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ed over to us not more tnan zuu wuiugicctor, eyeing uiu uruvui uiu&u.y, uuu a ana ictt mm nign anu mj, niiu u
" said thc soldier position across thc main road and on t nei , . , tion of for-Ethinkiue he was being imposed on.
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boutn-siuc, uie iippouiaiLu-v aw.v.1 f , n uq0 to japoleou and take
. t..l.l J AfoTcfonf-nnni-RnOrlllWCst."
Uommissioncr u.u .,u . . . ,
wnrn PnnNirfi Oil tllCli fi J-" unyvi. mww '
debt to manage. The public nas no pity
for tliose who arc thus punished for trad
ing on their country's misfortunes.
Ja Tioittrnio nndffiverv direction' had Napoleon on it; ho
iraivL . ' . . ,. 1 i ..j.i r U.l U (nrn
p on' Sunday. Ibegau to icei nis metuc nsu, uuu ..v
lL..I l.-rtotllltlrtC hnd been suspended in or
WUt llUSUi.wi-" ,
dcr to arrancc terms ol surrenaer.
The 18th New Hampshire regiment re
ceived an unexpected acquisition to iu
rni-c n W .Invs since. A coporal was
4i. ;n onrl KP.nt to the hos-
?4i ....a 0 fw lionrs afterwards, pre
uiuii auu l li ' - - , Ef
i ril. flrt ltrtfiltllVrSfiriUl'
seuted her coin raucs wiui a uuv, . . . . , ;tLn.,4
.. ,. ... i rtc.rvrrtcKfirid was done, it is said, witnoui
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lcu .U.'ir . i" i OU..41.' T?,vaM trn.Snri OI1CO 1
A limit 9 a. m. a llag-ot-truce appearcaa'iney uuu a .-.6. --r , . . . T . 0 to thb
AAiVVW- . - -m zjt ill I 11U BMnwi-4 I 1 jr 11 fl T-t: ' I II M 111,111.1 V i. IVMW1 w
in front of his line, and he was in ormedf gon unuu w. -6:i ; - . ml:nf,Sdcvil ?-
zed once more to the drover with
rtn tinman nointcd out a dandincd inui
O. - . . n - T ' .l4-
vidual to a iriena as a scuipiu.. , , i
"What !" said his friend, "such a look-
The drover never smiled, but scratehcding cap as that a sculptor ( burcly you
the other evening one
rri.: n.,.,cH hvap-reemcntmaue oydxiiey
jLiiia was vauiK j - o . - - -3 , "
. L.n .4 4tSkl?LA l.n.rt
Gen. Ord, consenting to nccs&auuuu u. naw
so as communicate wuu uuu. ..v.
l..f;0e nnr hV SOme UUUUr atauuiu
were allowed' to go into yen. xv m. - -.nfifh' hfeaitatioii Rmust be mistaken."
t ii i . . . ntwi nro KMin s . iiuu iiibot.
returueu last uyuuiu, ,
1 it.- l.t.l P rtnrt vnn
bu.Liv. , ci , . a . i m "iio mav not uu mu muu ui uui, j"
gone to llichmond on some Dusi-am . ofWrhon,,." said the informaut. "but I know
. l -ii. ii. .--rrtiiniifTP 4fiiiis- it l i . ill v uuuii j - 3- . , .
nni OH W1LI1 L U u.vivit'hv 1 ia
Orders werc'issuud- last evening for ago to Nbpoleon'.
"ITo may not
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,hv thortor road you could take than to that he chiselled a tanor out ui a
slothes last wee
The damage by thc freshet aIniira','
New, York, was over S?1.000,0d6. The
flood washed away part of the fence in-"
closiug the grounds where the Rebel
prisoners are confined, and some of tti'e.
, , .
Tho most enterprising fellow wo have
heard of lately is an appeciative chap who
advertises orir behalf of a certain famous
accidental railway that "an experienced
coroner and six practical jurors wlU'fal-"
low each rccular train in special" carsj? tb
gether with a few surgeons and reporters."
Bushwhacking revcives speedy punish
ment in Illinos. Three guerillas recenJ"
ly shot John Morris, a wealthy man-'Hv-"
ing near Ocomeo Station on the ,Gctiiral
road, arid robbed him of $180 Four
hundred men at once turned out, caught '
the murderers, hung two in tho freight
house, and allowed thc officers' to take,
the other to jail:
Emotion ' g