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THURSDAY. KAY IS, 18G5.
OiTA purse containing a small sum of mo
ney, and several other articles, was left in
the Post office several days ago. The own
cr can have it by calling at the office and
Jerome Franlz advertises a sum of money
luuml, near the Stroudsburg Depot,
rA prize fight for a purse of S'1,000,
between Dunn, a noted bruiser of Brooklyn,
N. Y. and Davis, a rough of the same kid
ney of Philadelphia, came off at Matamoras,
in- Pike county, on Tuesday last. Forty
three rpunds were fought, occupying one
hour and forty minutes, when Davis's second
threw up the sponge and Dunn was declared
victor. Davis, and his party, passed this
place, on their way to Philadelphia, yester
day. Davis's "mug" indicated, most em
phatically, I hit he occupied a high position
in the order of swell-heads. He was badly
Tho Arrest- of JefE Davis.
A most gratifying piece of intelligence, to
be found in this week's paper, is the assur
ance of JelT. Davis's arrest. That arch-traitor
is now in a fair way to get a sure measure
of reward for the evil which he has inflicted
upon the country; and it will be a stmnge
thing indeed if, with all the evidence at
hand, that reward does not prove to be about
eight feet of stoutly spun hcinp. Jeff, was
clothed in woman's gear, and would, probably,
have escaped had it not been for a pair of
hoots which attracted the attention of his
pursuers, and which he handled too scientif
ically through the brush for a woman. .A
laughing incident connected with the arrest
was the assurance given to some of the blue
coats, by Mrs. President Davis, that if they
were not careful how they vexed Mr. Presi
dent Davis, he would certainly hurt some of
them. We arc pleased to be able to an
nounce that none of the b'.ue coats tremble!
at the assurance.
The trial of the assassination conspira
tors is now progressing- at Washington
before a military court, composed of Gen
erals Hunter, Harris, aud others. The
prisouers are David C. Harold, Lewis
Paine, Kdward Spanglcr,of Ford's theatre,
Michael O'Laughlin, Samuel Arnold,
Atzeroot, Mrs. Surratt and Dr. Mudd,
the physician who set Booth's leg.
Thomas Ewing, son of the Ohio cz-Sena-tor,
Rcvcrdy Johnson, of Maryland, and
several other counsel appeared for the
accused. The first testimony taken in
the case the Goverument deems it neces
sary for the present to withhold from the
public. Some objection was made to Mr.
Johnson appearing as counsel on account
of his having, as was alleged in a letter
written at the time of Maryland Conven
tion, expressed his disregard of the sanc
tity of.an oath. After a satisfactory ex
planation bciug given by Mr. Johnson
the objection was 'withdrawn. The testi
mony as far. as published is of a rather
general character, and goes to show the
familiarity existing between Dr. Mudd
and Uooth previous to the assassination,
and that they had a private interview at
Washington. Booth was also a frequent
visitor at Mrs. Surratt's, where long con
sulations were held by them. Atzerott
was also there at the time. The evidence as
far as given is confirmatory of the report
that have been published concerning the
fcllowshp existing between the parties.
The steamship Cuba from Liverpool
May 5, via Queenstown May 7, arrived
at New York on Tuesday, bringing three
days later news from Lurope.
The Portuguese Cortes hare ioined
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111c addresses in reierencc to the assassi-
na.iou tub rcau. .ne queen acclares
that she entirely participates in the senti-
mcnts addressed toner hy the Parliament
on the assassination.
Attorney-General Speed has rendered
an official opinion regarding the appoint-
ment 01 assistant assessors of lutcrnal re-
TBuuc, iu wuicu ue accides that the ap-
poirrtrcrgr power does not belong to th
assessors 01 congressional districts, but
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10 mc l'rcsideut or tne United States. .
The San Francisco resolutions of res-
t)ect for Mr. Lin-nln nhMn
Mnf nccqn . irn-J 1
,muv wucwi-i; . uuu nave mcrcv on inei
souls of the ltcbcl chiefs" When Jeff
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Davis audJohuG. Brock-nnrido-n hof,v
these words from a United States Judge
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uicy may compreiicnd their meauin-.
tious 01 sympathy with the American wouJd then hare had this nest of -reptile h,m a rcturu m k,nt3f' remarked the Gov-
l cople on the occasion of the death of crushed before they were able to crawl, and frnor- n some of the finest black
President Lincoln. Accounts of the pub- 4, , , ' broadcloth that Nashville could I'umUh
lie meeting and resolutions of sympathy thf08.1,"e ttvefl" untry from tfW horrors cd a 8et Qf fimXcut ot
continued to pour in from all parts of of "1 w"; f s! the country, Sho Judge's measure frorhisSa
England. In both Houses of Parliament, wc I,ad a lhm2 for President, with neither made a complete set of clothes setting
on March 4, the reply of the Queen to courage nor principles, who took the full every stitch, him.l'f nnd rC(l,i n
J.1IC Colored men Of Jfcst Tnn l.o.JwImrn fl.nJr rn.n,n( jrn:-..,. -".t...
I" jjuioiaiuju u &USS10U 1U
Nashville, a very dignified and well writ-
ten petition asking that they be allowed
The repeal of the income tax is bciu
agitatca m various quarters. It is
witn truth, that the
abuse and that while
their full quota, rogues i
manage to escape their share of the burden.
At is uiougut tuat other modes of taxa-
aim mignt dc aaoptca that would operate
The army will be reduced to 150.000 "'
law is liable to great anu as U1C Peaceably disposed North denre- ' "Z "V ' i.ll ? fescu.e Party
men. aud this corns will hn 'iv
uie wvsi acsor,viug,ouicors.and privates
Correspondence of the Joffcrsonian.
Harewood U. S
Washington, D. C
. A. Hospital, )
., May 3rd, 18G5. S
Mr Editor: Permit mc to occupy a por
tion of your paper with a few thoughts con
cerning the Slaveholders Rebellion.
Now, that the' ''Peculiar Institution" is
dead, it may not be inappropriate to give it
a 2'ost mortem examination, and endeavor to
ascertain the cause and locality of the fear
ful malady which, likeji destroying angel
has passed through thc-l&nd, leaving death
and destruction in its wake. That the de
mon, Slavery, has been the household od of
the wealthy class, or the chivalry, as these
Southern Knights love to call themselves, is
proven by the zeal and fanatacism with which
they nursed it; yea, cherished it as a man
doth the partner of his bosom. Indolence
and pride, and love of money, and a passion
for power to rule over their fellow men form
ed the germ which brought forth thisdisease
and located it in the brain of the Southern
Aristocracy; and it was indolence that pro
duced the falacious idea that it was necessa
ry to have a retinue of servants, and to en
gage in a nefarious traffic in human flesh,
in order to gain a position par excellence in
American society. And woe to the .person,
in their midst, who darcd.to express scnti
ments in contravention, of this idea ; or who
dared to whisper to the bondmen that there
was such a boon as liberty, prepared by the
Almighty, for all the sons of men
Many of the professed ministers of Christ,
in order to tickle the cars of wealthy mem
hers, and stifle the voice of a reproving con
science, polluted the sanctuary of God, and
disgraced their holy calling, by their constant
cry of ''Servants obey your masters, and
render to them the labor, due ; not with eye
service, as men plcascrs,but as unto God."
Even if it was to ihc tearing away of the
child from its mother's breast, or the separa
ting of husband and wife, or parents and
children forever, all was to he submitted to
cheerfully under the decree of obedience.
But these ministers forgot that other com
mand of God tlut whom He had joined to
gether man might not put assunder; and
they forgot, also, to exhort masters that it
was their dutyto observe, towards their ser
vants, the golden rule, and do to others as
they would have that others should do unto
The churches legislated, in their eccle
siastical bodies, to make slave-holding and
trading respectable, and, if possible, to give
the peculiar institution a character of divini
ty. The State Legislatures threw their pro
tecting arms around it, to save it from tailing
into disrepute, and from the interference of
those who could not sec, eye to eye, with
them in enslaving their fellow men. The
National Congress was invoked in its behalf,'
and threw the shield of protection over the
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drvrrorimrr mnnstnr. and cruel fvrant. to mVG
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it consiuuuonamy anu power, which nas, lor
neany a ccmury, -uecn a uone 01 contention
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in the Congress and Courts of the nation;
ever asking for favor and power, and never
satisfied after having obtained it In 1320,
the Missouri Comm-omise measures were
passed, after much opposition and discussion,
n. !, minrttnnnrr tW , ,o.
1 1 111 tllU UlJUWitifcUliUUI. VliUV 1 It UC KJ CUL4J I
not satisfied with polluting the virgin soil of
M issouri with its baleful influence, and, in
1&32, it asain commenced to raise the head
of treason in South Carolina ; threatening in
surrection and civil war. Thank God, we
had a President then of some back-bone and
pluck. Andrew Jackson was not the man
to stand by and see the government endan
gered by the machinations of traitors, with
out raising a hand to stay the fiendish work
With him to think was to act, and Calhoun,
nr.,1 In, nn-nnncnlmW r.,,1
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t i. :..i. n ,i.
6..,1mu., u. ,u uiau
maion wmcii naman wasimnglor Ins treach-
cijr iu uiu jaws, urns me inonsier, men,
!. T nM jl. i . I
hvas crushed, and would to GoJ that we had
u.11 um ai.iujiurr lor 1 rusiuuni III loUU. iVC
grown eerpenls into his bosom. nn,i
charmed by them into a state of helplessness
and insensibility; and, when thev had him
Lmni,i .1-:- .
vu..ij.h,u,ij uivii tuut, stun; ijis ircasury I
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ins ioris, ms arms and munitions, and com-Ltjjj
mcnced thcir 1,ell5sh crusade against the
government which had given them being,
Monor, wealth and power.
The oath of Old HieW Wnm w ,i,J
Eternal God.tl.nt n; ....
u nrpwvpd m.i inni.i 1
oe prtservea, aim oacked un hv nrnmm nn
w UlUOt UUU bliillllln
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, 0 u.v.lUo iUCcesiUiuor
, "ut m 01 Uie
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mc b,ms 01 ur,ca oeSan 10 ljave visions of a
IUnU 01 lrCCUOm. and to lorn hlinrtw
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tnan S au" took to taking the North
Star for tlieir iruide. and to flecino- m n,n
Northern Stales, where the shackles of sla
w a "
very fell from thcir fettered limbs and tl,ir
Inucrs inhalnd tUn
pure air of freedom, and
concessions were demanded by the task-mas-
terras their price of adhesion to the gov-
crnmcntaud as the only acceptable bribe
that could induce them lo maintain the nart
peaceable citizens. As the last straw
,iad t yet been laid across the camel's back.
n.l.l l. l. .
6tcr; and in the compromise measures of
A00" a iuruier sacriiicc of right was made
lf..comPomiso measures of 1850, and
what followed their adoption, 1 will Bpeak
rt7," 01 wron
; i i.d
Co. Gv G7Ui Reg. P. V. V.
1 ' 1 nnri xtma nhcnmmW 1 1 r
honest mod Tnav catcd civil war, with its bloodv horror., . 1. , S " cu j..uSt ,& time
3feasy conscience, other lease upon life wnHmi.n ti. ' Z. 1? lU U 01 Ul SeraQt
Teaco and the Pocket-ooks.
In the week endirig May'6 the subscrip
tions to the Seven-Thirty Loan aniouuted,
in round numbers'! to $40,300,000. The
people' woke ip to this astoupding fact
on Monday, and Tuesday morning's mails
and telcgramp brought to Jay Cooke &
Co. orders for 15,105,800, which were
filled that day. These wore increased on
Weduesday nearly two aud a half mil
lions ; Thursday fell off a little, though
still in advance of Tuesday ; Friday was
a little short of fourteen millions. 13ut
on Saturday came a rush ; nearly Thirty
aud a Half Millions were the subscrip
tions for that day. The week footed up
as follows :
Mouday, May 8
Tuesday, May. 9
Wednesday, May 10
Thursday, May 11
Friday, May 12
Saturday, May 13
Total for the week $98,384,650
In twelve working days the people lent
tho Government about Oue Hundred and
Thirty .Nine Millions of Dollars.
At tlic close of business on Saturday a
small portion of the second scries of the
three hundred millions of Seven-Thirties
remained unsold, aud this will be given
to the first applicants by telegraph this
morning. It is announced that tho Sec-
rctarv of the Treasury has. decided to
issue the remainder of the loan authorized
by the act of March, 1865, amounting to
230,000,000, in Seven Thirty notes,
precisely similar in tenor, form and
privileges to those already sold, except
that the Government reserves the
to pay six per cent interest in gold in
stead of seven and three-tenths m.cur
rcucy, at its option. The delivery of th
notes of this third scries will commence
on tho 1st of June, and bo made con
tinuously thereafter, subscribers bein
required to deduct tlic interest in cur
rency up to the 15th of July, at the time.
of making subscriptions.
The agency, of course, remains with
Jay Cooke. The unbounded confidence o
the people in the stability of the Govern
tucut, in the extermination of the Ilebel
lion beyond all resurrection, and the un
precedented prosperity of the country
wiucii tour years or war nave not even
touched, are facts stamped upon the pa
ges of history by these figures which noth
mg but the hand of time can efface. Bu
even such great facts needed a guidin
baud to record the figures, and that was
found in the financial genius of the grca
A Frenchman named Soulages has for
some time past been exhibiting with
great success at Wurzburg, Germany, a
a lion tamer. One day in the last month
he entered a den containing a lion and
a lioness, and made them go through va
rious performances. The spectators loud
JJ "applauded. Elated by these plaudits
ouu'"ua w " someining
more extraordinary, and for that purpose
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Ue collected in one den a lion, a lioness
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uas two vovos and a tiger. He then
entered himself, whip in hand, but the
door was scarcely closed, when the 'tiger
made a spring at the white bear. This
"as t,je signal lor terrific struggle be
tv;ecu the bcasts who appeared at once to
lBCOkr l,ll5ir natural icrocny. souiages
a i - l i r i
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noping to inuiniuate tlic animals, tired
tWO Ttistol shots r-t llin fitrnr trlilfo
This act sealed his futn. for thr
tiger, lcaviug the bear, sprang upon the
keeper, threw him down, and bean to
tear him.with teeth and claws. The oth
er beasts, rendered furious by the smell
of blood, all fell on the unhappy man
and iu a few minutes he was torn in pie
ces and almost entirely devoured m pres
cuce ot tlic horror-stricken sneeLitors
who were powerless to render assist.
Andrew Johnson, the Tailor.
IU"unluS SlUrV 01 CI1C XTCSI
rl : .i i n .i t-
dent 1S to!d hy hls oId Tennessee friends
I JLailOr nS IP. W.ll? lO WHO rtn rnnli
aoon alter he was inaugurated Governor
0f Tennessee, a hiirh official of the statp
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wuo naa oeen orcd a blacksimth nrcen
ted him with an elccrante set of fh-p-irnns
14 - u" o unu uuiius. will IVC
to his fr nnrl Tim ,t-.i- ... ...m
was a11 done in the Governor's
Lhe State House. The hannv
pronounced them n rV t'.i i-
, , fw. auu wucu
we heard tho Ktnru !n isr.c u
"u uau lIlcm
, x uy "c.w x ostal provides that all
mi -. .
?omcstlc lcttcr deposited wholly unpaid
iwwsc are ro dc lorwarded to
Ulm i,i rin- ur i .
o.it. nnn t n - . i
. u vmcB ac vasnington : it part
j'uiu, lijuv arc 10 Pe lorwarded fn f m r
"f"u u,uu c'largcd only with unpaid
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FOSKl8e the unpaid rates, as
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A sergeaut in the United States army
10. with a small party of soldinrs 1.J
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OOH cktif i-kti f a.Z -i-
f"" "BUU"nS peai iou
-v,.. i.uu jyuuuuca, imcw iuexico, findin
" xuiiaiicy, iCW iUCXICO. tin
tied a tin eup, filled with pebiler eoXed'
by a cloth fastened over the ton to-
inmseu ucsct by four hundred Tnd
dogs tail, wrote a note and fastened it to
tuc doo's collar and then let him lonso
h1'"' animal ot course made the
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Iu,Ckesc Possible time to the fort, the
John Bell, the know nothing candidate
n .7 ""-"w" "uiunig canaiuate
for President in 1800, and subsequently
a violent rebel, is not dead, but is living
in poverty and destitution in Northern
Alabama. Gov. Brownlow has given
him permission to returu to his home iu
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lie 5s Siirpviescd at Irwinsville,
6a., on the 10th hist.
HIS PE11SONAL STAFF SECUHED.
THE REBEL POSTIvIASTER-GENERAL
F TKIES TO ESCAPE
HIS IDEAS ON "MAGNANIMITY.""
WHAT MRS. DAVIS SATS.
IIdqrs. 4tii Miciiioan Cavalry
Cumberlaudville. Ga., May 11, 18G5. j
To Cajjt. T. W. Scott, A. G. Sec. Div.
Sir : I have tho honor to report at
daylight yesterday, at Irwinsville, I sur
prised and captured Jeff. Davis and fami
ly, together with his wife, sisters and
brother; his Postmaster-General, Reagan;
his private Secretary, Col. Harrison ; Col.
Morris Lubbcck, aud Lieut. Hathaway;
also several important names, aud a train
of five wagons aud three ambulances, ma
king .a most perfect success.
Had not a most painful mistake occur
red, by which the 4th Michigan and 1st
Wisconsin came in conflict, we should have
done better. This mistake cost us two
killed and Lieut. Boutle wounded through
the arm in the 4th Michigan, and four
wounded in the 1st Wisconsiu. This oc
curred just at daylight, after we had cap
tured the camp. 15y the advance of the
1st Wisconsin they were mistaken for the
I returned to this point last night, and
shall move right on to Macon, without
waiting orders from you, as directed, feel
ing that the whole object of the expedi
tion is accomplished.
It will take me at least three days to
reach Macon, as we aro 75 miles out and
our stock much exhausted. I hope to
reach Ilawkinsville to-niqht. I have the
honor, &c., R. D. PitrrciiAiiD,
Lieut.-Col. 4th Michigan Cavalry
The 1st Wisconsin belongs to LaKranjres
Brigade of McCooke's Division, aud had
been sent due east by Gen. Croxton, via
Col. Minty had distributed his com-
mand all along the south bank of Ocinul"-
gee nnd Altamaha.
This accounts for the collision between
parts of the Firt and Second Divisions,
and shows the zeal ot the command in the
I have directed increased vigilance on
the part ofv the command, iu the hope of
catchiug the other assassins.
Uur dispositions of men are good, and
so far none of the Ilebel chiefs have been
able to get through.
Breckiuridgc's son was captured the
night before last, 11 miles south of here.
Will send further details as soon as re-
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Maco.W Ga.. Friday. Mav 13.-0:30 a. m.
7T 1?. iu .Qn a vtiav o,.. nr....
AM. UiXHiUH, Mills' Villi VI IT 01
xiicucuoi. xiaruen, commanuinp: the
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1st Wisconsin, has just arrived from Ir-
wmsville. He struck the trail of Davis
at Dublin, Laurcus County, on the even-
iug of the 5th. and followed him
niurht and dav thrnncrh Mm. ninn w;!fiP.
ucssof Alli.'ator Cmek .mil Gron Swnmn
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via Cuiuberlandville, to Irwinville.
At Cumbcrlandvil!e, Col. Harden met
Col. Pntchard with 150 picked meu aud
horses ot the 4th Michigan.
Harden follovcd the trail directly
south, while Pritcnard,
From a citizen Prifnb.-ir.l lo.nmr.rl tW
hi., mrtv worn nMn,nn,i f, ,:i A
; r: ' u:::: ;rr ""T4:."r. ,vr
" l"'V uu u1 u aI'l"U5VUS
men, aud surrounded the camp before
Harden had camped, at 9 p. m., with-
in two miles, as he afterward learned,
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lhe trail being two indistinct to follow.
hA nncnf rtntf 1 l.-i.
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fw,juu vi1 v auu 1IUU 0" uui-1
iuuiu iuau one mnc wnen nis aa-
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horses, pushed down the Ocinulgec tow- true in many of the deep seated and danger- as goods have advanced since my fina
ard Hopewell, and thence by House Creek ous distempers. The same purgative effect stock was purchased. Call and examine
to Irwinsville, arriving there at midnight expels them. Caused by similar obstructions my stock. Store on Elizabeth st uexi
of the 9th. Jeff. Davis had not arrived. a"d derangements of the natural functions door to the M. E. Church.
vance was fired upon by men of tho 4tbTure,jr . mbl PlirSauvc nieuicine yet uis-
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A fight ensued, both parties exhibiting
"iu giwiwtuuiuuiiiuauuu. x IIICCU H11U-
utes elapsed before the mistake was dis
The firing in this skirmish was tho first
warning that Davis received.
The captors report ' that he hastily put
nn nnn rv f liCn WA' J . 1 , , .
Uu, ui mo yiiu a ureases ana startea
for the woods, closely followed by our
men, who at nrst tliought him a woman
out, seeing ins boots while running, thev
suspecteu ins sex at once.
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ol TCoi 7 Y i out' anu , JXCD"
I llrt fnnn IVfin n nliA.i 1 i 1 T T I
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. -.s..u iu uav.
i nvniiiicnnM m i.. 1 1 1
signs of battle, but vielded nrnm.Hv
uiauuumu a UU ,Y10-UIJ IlC 3HU SllOWCd
persuasions of Colt's' revolvers i Lut
compelling the men to fire.
He expressed great indignation at the
energy with which hn W!a nrnr,,l
ing that he had believed our Government
more magnanimous than to hunt down
Mrs. Davis remarked to Col. TTMvdmi
alter the excitement was nvnf Anf
men had better not provokcthe President
or "he might hurt some of 'cm "
Hcagan behaves himself with, dignity
and rnsiimnfinn 0 '
The party, evidently, wore mal-in., fnr
the coast. 0
J. H. Wilson, Brevet Maj.-Gen.
The final resting-nlace of tho rnmnina
of Mr. Lincoln has been selected in Block
, of the Oak Itidge Cemetery, at Sprin
field Illinois, by Captain llobert Lincoln
The Veteran Itcserve Corn... it
will be preserved for nrovo.d,, J
the regular arm v. whinl i,H L "''L 2
uiuv 1 in ii 11 11 i.v nnn
(lenifttnil hv flm ,nn,. .:n i .. . .
f c 11 ' " recruueu to
Three weeks ago George N. Sanders
promised to come to New York to chas
tise the editor of the Times if the Gov
ernment would give him permission. The
permission is granted. And so anxious
are the authorities at Washington to look
upon his lovely countenance that they
are willing to pay the handsome sum of
twenty-five thousand dollars for the priv
Barnum offers 3500 for tho dress in
which 'Jeff. Davis was captued, and two
Chicago gentlemen are pleading to be
allowed to add the same garment to the
attractiveness of the great North-Western
The whirligig of time has made some
queer changes during the past few years.
Five years ago Andrew Johnson voted
for John C Breckinridge for President ;
now he is President himself, and will
hang Breckinridge if he can catch him.
Benjamin F. Wade, James R. Doolit
tlc and Simon Cameron have jointly pur
chased one of the great cotton plantations
of South Carolina.
The Rebel Gen. Early, it is said, died
recently at Lynchburg. Previous ac
counts had left him there suffering from
rhematism in the stomach.
The rebel Governor of Georgia, Brown
was brought to Nashville, on Monday
last, under guard.
It is said that the doss ot LMno arc
more destructive to sheep than were the
wolves iu early times.
One of the
standin'jr committee of'the
is that "on Tip-
pling and Tippliug
A movement is on foot to establish a
theological school in Washington city for considerable quackery. Bycnclosinga post
the education of colored Baptist minis- Pa,"(1 addressed envelope single copies may
ters, about titty of whom have already
been enrolled as pupils.
I he people ot the United otates arc
raisins a fund for the erection of a mair-
ficent monument to the" late President,
Subacriptions are limited to $1 each.
In Bermuda it has been further and Dears of misery, is willing lo assist his suf
conclusively shown that rebels and sc- fering fellow-creatures by sending (free-), on
cessionists fullv intended to destroy the
people of the northern-cities by means of
clothing infected with yellow fever.
The Pennsylvania troops will soon be
in the State, paid off and discharged,
Gen. Halleck has offered a reward of
825,000 for the arrest of Estra-Bjlly
Smith, "Rebel Governor of Virginia."
Are you sick, feeble and complaining?
Are 'ou out ol" onler wi,h your system dc-
ncd and 'our fee,,"Ss ""comfortable 1
I V1Kau. bymPLO"'? woiiun uie preiuucio sc-
rious liiuess. ooinc ni oi sicKncss is creep -
ingupon you, and should be averted by a
timely use of the right remedy. TakeAver's
n ii -it . . t i
mis, ana cleanse out uie disordered Humors
I T .1 LI 1 I 1 . .1 il-l
unobstructed n health in. TIihv cfimn.
rm"j "j .... .w "i.muii
late the functions of the bodv into vigorous
activity, purify the system from the obstnic
Hons which makes diseasd A cold settles
ural luncliofl?. I hese, if not relieved, react
"Pon themselves and the surrounding organs
producing general aggravations, suffering
and derangement. While in this condition,
take Ayers 1 ills, and sec how u.rcctly they
restore the natural action of the system, and
with it the buoyant feelino- 0f health
again. What is true and so apparent in
01 u,e My' lhy are rapidly and many of
lhcm surely cured by the same means. None
w the virtue of these pm. win ne-
g'ect to employ them when suficrinrr from
i!, .ur.nL ti . "
Foul Stomach. Dvsenterv. Bilious f;niiml:iiiiis
Indigestion, Derangement of the Liver. Cos-
tiveness, Constipation, Heartburn. Kheuma-
usm, uwnsy, vv orms anu suppression, w hen
.: r xtr n .
I. . . '
laKe" 1,1 ,ure doscs-
X IJCV tlfC OUp-nr IjOn TPfK fin ! hnf fhn mod
r ii r ii . i .
. f ;r "w
lauiibiLiYL: nil ii in km i iiitii nn gi i nmi mn n
, .7 . . .
A.VGTC&. AP11A Hnrfl
111 m M - i w. m I
r the speedy and certain Cure of InA
termittcnt Fever i or Chills and Fever,
Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumh
jirjnc. Periodical Headache or Uillious
ITeadache, and Millions Fevers, indccdl
and common mm ti . Tint iq nlon
jor tlic icholcclass of diseases oriinnaA1 Dunnell is six feet in height, and of
niy in uuiuti derangement, caused by
the Malaria of miasmatic countries.
This remedy has raroly failed to cure the
severest cases of Chills and Fever, and it has
mis great advantage over other meilfrinrs.
lllal it subduerthe complaint without injury
iu uiu iiauuni. 11 coniainsnoniiminn nr nth
Cr UCIClCriOUS EllbS fllIPP rmr rlr.no ft ,,!
aainism or in "::.."
S!,akinff brothers o? a' 7
try it and you will endorse these assort,
,,1 reparcd b J- c" Ayro &. co Lowell,
"iais- an" hy Win. Hollinshcad.Drchcr
J iJr0?r' in Stroudsburg, and by dealers
Z ' 7
at t u , .1USt'A .J' F
?, Jaob 1Jutz of Hamilton, a
Ml n , tu7 l!1G samo P,acc-
Vri the lUth inst.. at tho if. V, Tr.
sonaSc. stroudsburg, by Hot. W. J. Pax-
son Mr. Gyrus Van Aukon, nnd Miss
1 i 1 ... r rt .
Mary A. Vu-u Camnoii. bnM. nf TtitJAU
In Stroudsburn-. Anril 4H, IRfifi f
Phillips, aged 73 years and 3 months J
KjO'cbl I OOai I ' L
a bo -a iao i
A ,p t. om n,
ni rZ I TK!:, "u "Hut
iir. nr 1 .nnin tntm 11.- 1 1
o. i i --fx . r '
As old winter's hastening .fan,
And may in a short time be gone,
An important question will
Soon the minds of many fill.
Think ye, 'tis when will war cease,
And our land enjoy sweet peace 1
Will Old England brave the whip
(She in foretimes vainly strove to slip)
By interfering 'gainst the powers
Of "Might and Right," which still are ours!
Will wily Nap of hoodwinked France,
Against justice dare to hurl a lance 1 '
Will oil stock remain at pari
Or, will some freak of future mar
The greascful projects of the many,
Counting largidy, on the golden penny 1
Questions somewhat important those
Second howe'er to, where clothes
Suited to Springtime be procured,
Of which men may be-well assured,
They're neatly fitting and of latest stylet
We reply to this of R. C. Pyle.
OCT We are closing out our heavy winteV
stock, at greatly reduced prices. Wc have
also on hand a splendid stock of cloths, cas-'
simeres and vestings, just purchased which
our friends will do well to take a loo nV
DO YOU .WISH TO BE CURED t
DR.BUCHAN'S English Specific
Pills cure in less than 30 days, the worst
cases of Nervousness, Impotcncy, Premature'
Decay, Seminal Weakness, Insanity, and all
Urinary, Sexual, Nervous Affections, no
majttcr from what cause proluced. Price
One Dollar per box. Sent, postpaid, by
mail, on receipt of an order. Address '
JAMES S. BUTLER,
Station D. Bible House,
March 17, 18G4.
THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE
OE AN INVALID.
Published for the benefit, and as a CAU
TION TO YOUNG MEN nnd others, who
sutler from Nervous Debility, Premature
Decay of Manhood, &c, supplying at tho
same time The Means of Self-Cure. Bv
one who has cured himself after undcroin
uu u U"V
A I'l l A II' .
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq.,
Brooklyn, Kings Co., N. Y.
June 2, 1SG4. ly.
rjpO THE NERVOUS, DEBILITATED
X AND DESPONDENT OF BOTH
SEXES. A great suffer having been rc
stored to health in a few days, after many
, f : -ii; . . i .
lhe receipt of a postpaid addressed envelope.
a C0P' of formula of cure employed.
Direct to ' JOHN M DAGNALL.
Box 183 Post Office.
Jan. 12, 65. 5m. Brooklyn, N. Y.
TO NERVOUS SUFFERFRS OF
A Reverend Gentleman having been re
stored to health in a few days, aftor under
going all the usual routine and irregular
expensive modes of treatment without success
considers it his sacred duty to communicate
to his amicteu fellow creatures the moans of
Hence, on the receipt of an addressed
envelope, he will send (free) a copy of the
prescription used. Direct to Dr. John M.
Yagnall, Jb'O ir ulton Street. Brookhn, Now
M. M. Buk.vltt, has returned from
the City with a large stock of
and a splendid assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS
c . . , jm-ixwuo.
aU ot wlllch w be suid at the lowest
I can offer customers first-rate bargains.
Stroudsburg, May 18G5.
car the Stroudsburg Denot. on Monday.
May first, a package of moncv. which the
owner can have bv nrovin-r nr.innrtv. and
. . J 1 ... 1 r Ji
navmr? c iarws hv on hn.r nn
I W O " ' J
JEROME Eft A 7TZ
I - - T
-i l tit r
at waKianu, luonroe uountv. i n.
i r -ra "
iUay 15, lcuo.
SbiUU li M W liD.
One Hundred Dollars reward, will he
paid by me for the arrest, and delivery
to the proper authorities, of JA3IES
BUNNELL, who was accessary to the
hurniug of my Barn, on the 9th inst. -
Blooming Grove, Pike Co May 15, 1SG5.
, Widows Aimraiscmeiit.
Notice is hereby given, that the follow-
: ! . w . ...
-l'P.omonis ot widows, claiming 10;
l l he va ue of pu.-ot
2 UV ,umu nuabanda jsta c, have oee
filed in the ofiicc of the Clerk of the 0r-
Court, of Monroe County, aud"
will be presented for approval at the next
term of said Court, to be held at Strouds-'
burg, Monday, Mav 22. 18G5. at 10 o'-
clock A. M.
Hannah Cook, widow of Nelson Cooky
late of tho Borough of Stroudsburg, de
Mary Dottcr, widow of George Dotlcr,'
late otrolk township, deceased.
Jj0Ulsa licmmerling, widow of llcnry
emmcrltug, Jate of Polk township, do-
rt . 1
Lydia Getz, widow of George Get?;-
late of Lldred township, deceased.-
iuinymena i'rantz, widow of iHaftniaa
Fr?utz tc of Boss township, deceased.
wm?? . Wo'khois5r wi!ow of' A !
.. . t ... i
IUart?a A.nn widow ot Adam-
Mcarn Jate 0 1'ocono township, deccascu
. - . .1..
a,,y widow of Josiah Jlaw
muthill township, deceased.'
T. M. McILIIAiVEY, Clerk,
A, M JONES,
Stroudsburg, May 4, 1SG5.
" ugiu, , - Mav lb. lbUD.