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thi, will confer a favor on us y'c Ing
at our office and procuring papers for di
tribution ajoog tlpeir route.
liaving ate -papers in their possessieh,
wi very,. mli oblige, us, aa wi as-it
Will be gra ifyig to the whole'ocnmu.
bywhjoh the piay,1egrn t1 Ia
tes tmiligence ofa new chraL e by
letting us have the use of them.
We will give proper credit for all
papers brought to our o&ioe, as well as,
if kequired, compensate those sendhig or
From No. Lee's Army.
In another.toluirt will be found the'
sad details 9f the capitulation of Gen.
LiE 's A roly, which ..we tako from the
Daily BoVth Carolinian of the ,19th
inst, and for which we 'are indebted to
r. N. M. GinsoN, of Columbia, S. C.
The Assassination of Lincoln and Be
In our telegraphic department will be
found a telegram, dated at Washington,
giving the news of the assassination of.
Lincoli and Seward, at that place, d'
'the night of the 12th inst. Whether
the news is correct or not, we are ima
ble to say. It bears no date frohi any
Confederate towif or city, but is endorsed
by BAnN the, Military Superintendant
of the telegraph lines in the Confederate
States. Coninment-is unnecessa'ry.
A HAPPY Hour -In a happy home
there will be no fault finding, no over.
bearing spirit-there will be no peevish
iegs, no ftetfulness. Unkindnesg will
hot be in the heart nor on the tongue.
Oh, the tears, the sighs, the wasting of
life, and health, and strength, and time
-of all that is most to be desired in a
happy home, occasioned merely by un
- kind Words. .The.celebrated Mr ' W es
ley remarkdd 'to this effect, namely
That fretting and scolding seemei like
tearing the flesh from the bones, and
that we had no more right t9 be guilty
of this than.w6 ha4dta curse; to styair,
or steal. In a perfeely happy home
all selfishness will be removed. Even
as "Christ pleased not himself," the
members of a happy home will not seek
first to please tiemselves but to please
Cheerfulness is anothnr ingredient i;
a happy home. How much does the
' sweetness emanating from a heart fraught
with love and kindness contribute to a
happy home. How attractming, how
Roothing is that cheerfulness, that is
borne on. the cc ntenance of a wife and
mother. How the parent and child, the
brot er and sister, the mistress an4
servant, dwell on those cheerful looks,
- those ebnfiding smiles that 'heam from
the eye, and burst from the inmost soul'
of those who are near and dear.- How
it hastens the return of the- father
lightens the care of the mothier.'-rendors
itmore easy for youth to resist temptation
--and drawn by cords of affection, how
it lnducesethem with loving heart to the
Oh, that parents would lay this sub
ject to heart, that by iftring efforts
"fl ~Wollno Vaf 'renaerf liomd happy,
that their children and domestics shall
tt 'seek for' happiness in -forbidden
-.'G.Ti w r eo ns mf~ us
'p .'i~ W ui iedn'reply to my
S"Ied ie a shilling," 7ou, say*'yv got
si tfmoney, 9ou say wvhat ou d o
neen. Omit the got ond your measmig
is rightly conveyed. "Iv go seoldi"
- estraote'd a ool sop yhore 'bfn
inerelyewish to say,' a you yoa.dc
that you are muf'ering under a ot,
have, a cold" 'ia the' ' '~r expreeqn.
"$he has a far'"up.?i" Here
got is an interl ' r, fo n' i ea
to say that,she~a .ras~I. 14 om-0R.
.plexion, but smnhythat she. .4
'Tve got t* go ao too - to-morrow.a
lfere got is #diidant. and incoppt,
hae o nssai h idea.
Louis I,*i 9014y,9 atil
lene fafhyherinL'hnuah at Veui.
myself, o ee.o
- .atacter." 'Y ams beeim ond
'enconlumt eyer bestowed
-oENKRAI, E A
ONItB OF WAS 1--oVFICERS AND MKN
IN TEARS I-SAD DETAILS, 4C.
The floingnmarrative was furnished
by an 9leqr of pordop's qorgs, who pgr.
ticipatedl in al4 the scenes described, aid
14i saratdtfdes -with whib he was,
therefore, personally familiar:
IRoW Gen. Lee;, on the 25th of March,
made a deznustrtioth on the left of
Qraut, captuvai anq HIlland neinh
boring works, aud thenI xetired.from, )Is
recoinnoisanoew4ith 'the fruit4 of aocess
in his hands Afeitets not yet forgotten
by Tho readerk Proma t1at tim6 until
Buiday, April - d, the drdiialng 'was
heavy and incessant, Grant being busy
in throwingtle main portion of his army
to the South side and concentrating in
trolit of our tligil 'whicli9 near the
Siuthg side L Ftepburg and tynch.
burg Ralroad. Her,,on .
SUNDAY, AP3iL 2d,- -the istsne was
joined. Vitylight was u4hered i by a
bop~bardmedt fi-m QmprraYs and artillery.
This dermonstrados ws not a sir'pse,
baving before been freqient,' but the
snbsequent attaok was unlooked for.
The foteg on the South vide consisted
of the corps of Generals A. P. Hil, R.
R. Anderson aid Qoron, the corps of
Gen. 'Longtreet being In the defences
Around Rkichond. -Before. sunrise, the
battle, whidh had bommenced .not- far
bini the Vahis df the histolid "Crater,"
had ex'ionded to the right, I4 the sharp,
coninuourttleof.a hundred t,housand
rifles told aifesil - tale of- 'deth' run
was impetuou& With- supreme cont
dmil in - titir .$ervh;lahIg Aimtb's
they dashed; againit our lines and in the
very teeth of our cannon, but it was
only to be repiulsed anid.driyen back.
Finally by sheer force of numbers, in
coluinssix deep;- they broke through
our front on the rl ht ad left. -Gor
aoi's corps rallying ko 0ho aasault fdrcel
tae. fr911 the atwr g 'but ini
spite of all attemptst: it. w9v unable to
dislodge them on tie righL. This was
immediately in font of Petersbug.
On du extreme ight towdrds ilatch.
9r's aun, tie Federals charged i. fart on
Burgess' Hill, and hero ensued some of
the most brilliant -fighting of the day.
The p' ition was 'held by a Mississippi
bT d4 and as lhi'e aff'Ir TInte eitle up
in eirfrotit it was receited with a lor
nado of shot and shell, that earried every.
tiling before it. At last, however, ammu.
nition becaine exhausted, and. the ene'
My pressed on and ovre tio w*rk. Still
the b'aye troops wer6nhcthiiquerpd, aid
npeting. ahe foe ind to hfulbey Chti)
bed their muskets anewith Ompty bar.
rels fought on until ovorpo*emed end
forced to- strrendet. Such ,was too
io ine e6y whe "the
This disaster was but the precursor of
others. The integrity of the lines bein
';)en, varioti6eorks weioto dti
an.he l rgeng 0ofofa
divasion,,l y/ i tey wer e pded,
was capterdi iTijea-sget& nd of
Gen. Lee shared ti t and'the
nwoy that ight adaned tot point
within two illeofttesbprg, an held(
gosession of tie Sej$h ajd4ilr6 '.
Of the ensun tie'agig dyt~ tfliday,
our f'mnt could g 05$gge
'npisners waaw m ptpin
.proteek6 i. Ita p
hn* M dolqmne,-beig srue
The advantagee gained. - e ia n
*~bu h afte-4 w to
h ~~ erand
noberithwagooem ha qin
So Sese s.
only the most trying day of the retrea
but the severest tax upon the e0)daurant
ofthe ten -, ellgdi iad:yla
eweriieed for- iaayAmonthea,
Ag w tngWsvs lW *PJk 1Rhqni
my appeared t-beldstemined to brip
the atny to a .stand' and in these al
tempts <apjturad W"q Wagons. (Go
donsa cqrps held tie rea. A ia er
ofartilery was aioe. ' r . et
Lewis, commanding Pegrasi's ol bri4
ade, severely wounded. -Our :cavalr
skirtnishing constantly .and holding- th
eneiny in cleck: .-'
In the evening G ' ya
xeheved by Mahoes dik on. Th
Federals attacked ib force, Mahone re
ceived-.their charges complacently,' An
while they vere in progress, seat ai cou
pie. of bil tried regimetnta to the Yinke
rears who captitred a thusand mi, hI
eludinga Major-and a .Brigadiere n
eral. . - -
i'bFlhbAY, tArt, T.-HeaO rfr
wh,loh prevented . Aictit; oper tIkP, 0n
both sides. Roads, heavy, ,wagone. M1
,artillery, stalled and . he- two aanie
mancauvering for poson',
SA11UuDAY, At atr:8.- Gbneral Lob
St pcop3 iA lte iear itad 06i4
n the &oZi The .e.uny Jiad..werke
their-way to the lanke, - and ,our: ;eI
was bit-little harassed. At night som
of the Federal cavplty rstched the frn
of o.ur army and 'qtuired o a.large num
her of wagons and a portion )f ,rtillerj
t Appomastox Court House.
StfNDAT, Aiplr.-A bright, glear
beautiful day, "but it,'O ened 1od hil.
.. 4Ifty had "4c) o
-9wtiouse, tin (he road to h.hMrg
ThomasA with his army,. had arrived be
fqt4sknd effeqked aj qijtiqi wigi qiant
cavalry, Anfantry, en artillery 4eniplete
ly aurrouwded our ip ,c d. W,
Wa4 fronm.lyeWeighttAtlouens. ison1
rml :aUd only gight MiQuond T4
Aghting men with.rnultotall t44 Th4
supply of ammunition wils I nbarly,.L
handir. In this'eniaotgerc -en. Le<
dotdnnined if posibo. to otit "hit*y
through, and if .c couWo r. , ant
at least the remuant :4, iiatawy., Or
ders were issued fbr Is and-chags, a1)i
our tropms were tlins nbcordifigf.
General Grines' division l thi
chagp foloed suci rfelljyb by .w<
others. Tfhe, eigagewent xnipneC
shortly after aunrise%,and was, continuet
bnthiisiastically until bpr fmen had brokky
through the Federal lines, dtiven the
for nearly a nilWe and a half and:.cipiqre
-abktral pieces of .nrtillery,beelde soi
lndi-edaaof prisoners. -Thewold spirit o
'fght wai unsuld ed. Meanile
eUaty.f of .okvgl'yy 'ete40.d oti
UafdIc.ior satnle cause, -rit. s s
Gen, Lee ;squed orders to -the tioops t
cease firing nd' withdraw.
Subs ue tly an -offitprt said to h(
Genemral ul 'r of YhYiky cWalry
pnteved onr ns'h 'ring 4-i adof lruce
Whethaer hib appearane-wse inw4*spons<
td4rqan fmamoGAkn. kees or. lhewa
1thebettreaV 9P- fetoabl'nmndwdfresur
rnder initlited by Geiiekal Gralht, w(
are not informed, -,tt Limeik 4rstj
wAs/n line 1 A i inest ;hq Ap
pomattox rqad, the .*hdemieeri 'trowi
fA W4hile t~o'huudr$d and fify'yrd
, *ot of i[#diinenot
fl bedly~9 yalr .~
up 4**i i <diibed an agn:eent
~oon a ie tern of Gensral Cus
tr Iois )i es, Geueral O!wt aeburpa
8e .yii JO4p $..,q 19 sdquar
rs or (en ral Lee, whIch were tnde
-t-neeu'he gd4.- '1'he inter
ii be hE6t i ly pres
trofes ose s
eive 9f' Sdyjag declined ht
retain it,, : r niacmpanied 4itereuiry
*Ith an -shreowigrn ,
not been hippd, bu't overpomwen
the re ortf y
letanity4~ ti acessssssado
Ipt ang*;'o5vp dn4~. 'og I
%~dd to' ihe amdIting '*U
4 erdstheir rde i
ing from se heyg iqps
sideralel number sWr tbh4seke
y wo Ild sirte and ma their w y to
the Carey, of
L- W r, o irginia, wit
w-' lo th y out and
cap, but he army,
t mori hd, r rye have done
tie so nobly for the cause, together with
e leaders like Low tret, Gordon, Ker
e.a hkh;a ,d I t"4I -Iipeo names are for.
S -Vdi W ghadvO g 0igetaao4
- Geptth4ro'eredry. , .
g d'heo were,-pcpitulation with all the
honors of war, officer, ,tg.retaiu their
-- ie arms and personal property and the
v snew their baggage. E hacia eote tpercv
. ipon prmled, and -allowed .to g6 hi
;elow W it special otder oebtt i'g
a Qqr l.rant's ortgy for passing tht pa.
rojed. a4diers to their hoies, and also
a the form' of pas" given then:
nUeDQnAIM0.f ARMY N. V.
- i I lOrder N.-, -
T folo'wing order is published for
S the infotniation of atllparties-concerned ;
Zeill$13April 19, 116.5.
All offlemIanIt men of tlie'Conffder.
4 - shid' pairoled' at AppomatOx
O9purL Houpn Vp. who,' t' reach their
qos,.r d to .po, through
the hth66 of the: nion arie,,will te at
owoedto do soe and to pass Poo ou all
Govermount tranIts and mrnilitary
y.,om Wand .f' Lieutemhaut-Geral
[ . 8. PARKERt
Lieut. Col. A. A.-G.
ByCombanio of R.E. U+.
0. L. VICNPnIn;, A. A. G.
*T .tgithenrt.a -, of . a pa..
r oed prisoier of the Army 'of Northern
Virginia,''POM fiWdoh? to'goA - 41i
hborne ,d thgge iardigg Istund,
Lastly is the form of Cho .parole f
divisiqne, &o., pU ;bhil 16(li nin of
er .; T1 * tt fromt a
00py the 0m aigav by. enqiral it
ugh'Lee. .. --
,~ ,t'i' updersigned, gangsping
caer otT --,--, *o for .tli within
I numed prisonereof'.warelonging to the
'Arnuy of Northern VirginiA, who have
been this day' surrendered by General'
. . , ,S A,, , edip said
cornIning armies of 4he Unitg States,
rherby -give iny solemn parole.- of
lb6nor thtt the Withiiinornid d11 n'ot'
hbyeftire in thig. atrinks Pf t;
o0 d tttes,or in airy nIl ry
capacity wlhatever agaitinst the United
States of America, or rendiur aid to tho
eaemies of the latter until properly Ox.
changed, in such mnannm a saltl be inu
tsally approved by tlie4 respectivp ii
thorities. - I
i "Done at Apponattdt Court House,
Vra. this 9th day of A fil, TS6
The force Qf t Yannkeo azra sis
I4Lirhited at 200,000 enn ,Our.own -at
the timb of surretpheremhaocd not mire
ihln' eight thonmsandaffier~e ftntry
ahd two thQ08isAd eayrf, 'bulk tt tohai4
Uat the total nunIbei parled %xaa about
twenty-three thiousandL uen, ofrahl. armse
in'Du'ng Suinday and Monday, a large
' bmb'er of.Feoderal s~oi-d ofluera
,visited our camps, s'ad .loolgvd eirioely
on'ourtecommande >but there was notar.
ing llkeltittionm; no 'shouting for joy,
and no word 'nttetithat 60aldfdd. to
thue contraery,,Mety eyPmpton o4 respect
was manifested, and thre Sntisern-arrb~
tie liederals apol qf' e
-Ldnerms of unbomeded prnis, he
vtI' in1kdad r'kg wodi
s~Lm~ treet @dawtb*'omlon arIt
6 tot iisom.t
dar tatoe g a nation, Ifi
44 100rela* ~d) ihe swqud.wry,
foid'blel 6b4- '4ak agep ur
6~altrg '~whos e half 4ur
4 durf #t! -ar
D'Q naAur M. Y.,
pril 10, 86#.
ur of a-duous service,
U assed ottRge and -for.
t A of $6rthern-Virginia,
1as been scompo led to yield to over.
whelming nimber aBn Osources.
I need not tell the brave servivorn of
p~~~~ )y hlewo havej
distrust f tp. 4ut fteling that valor
and de.Votioi coidd Accompl n oth ing
that could coppepeate. for the loss that
~buit).have' attqudyd$ chdi nlce of
the, contest I' dotermied to o,d the
euelees saotige of the wh 02 aat ser
vices have 1dedjel py(A'. r cout.
rynell ; --- - - te .,
By tae .trm of agrbenent, officerm
'atid hnen cAOy T4W-n to their hlothes, and
femai'r tntiliegellged. IYott'wili take
with you the stilfabtotil that proceeds
.from the conscionsness of duty faith fully
peribrmod, and. I earnestly pray that a
bn'reftil 06d will extend' to yod his
bleAk and pioteciobn.
With an unceasin mtioai f " your
cotlstaltoy sa ettnt yone couuitry,
and a ratef en rance of your
kind 0 d s 1"tion for mry
self, yt farewell.
-t 1jIR. General.
Oik' a ' o
TagWisWOrand aoquaintOu00s of Ma: and
Maes.8Aig!.jACK80N, are invited to at
tend th4 f Sira1-services of..t latter at the
Presbyterlan church Today at 11 o'blook, i.
Ai iin'nboro, 8. C., on 21st April,. 1.865,
MARYLOUIA. reliot or the 14ltheUagn
l~uis6.* DjAqOO, of.Chalesitin. ..
Tho 4endft ibil aeqddinfsticos'&fr the
nilfre zsgreQtrfully inviteA o ftyd the
funeral services at hi lots rosi4nse a.is
Morniaj at ee1Si VetSE
Consustilavloner its EQuity No.
iguli n at iruste4 who ar*reo
t quired to make returne in the, Cein'a
ai 999it , gig aot fied tihat thpir returns
mpOrt e Ia hor, la f June next.
Cona)iAone o jApriT 15 .
TfiE eubstilber, haing7 anfrtnately
Ilst all his Means.by .9e Is;.e Codina-.
graoflo;jptposes.asa ii eihbod, so o&In a
Comislon, H60se lin Winulboeo, to w ..on
duCeed on the same pinoiple assmilav eS.
thblishnlients in Oo pbla and -other phases.
The la4ie,' botk In Winusbord and- ser.
rounding contrf, are man - V' W so.
onted to send forward Stch art ales ig thby
otb spare, via: . Hatter,; 1%1.- 016th, seeks;
Mbautraee, Bede, Croeker, Wate, Cntlriy,
Jewelry &o.,'&o. The gebilemen -re gol
earnestly, requested -to ebring, or - sd In
.seh artici0 as they may have to to for
ele benefit of' the public. As.soo .as 'aa
l*oOure an atation. root, I will41wi'ounee
tb'the oublio tie regular 'days oi whi4h I
will auction Stch articles as aai bo confided
1 tfo t h o , this eouitt on
Ger, Watildf;, I notorious
ly 0l*0 qh6GruVthis on, rL
Wiensb~r 'A. D.'H I .
amik~td to Uhb
~OR. D&1., GOVZRtI&L.BNT. v
'TW hllkekssiths, <(good horse-shor.
8Lebowers. A. ..-rnl
apl 18'04 4 . CapLA ,4'j.
- e U EQ for Sale.
(N Monday nt, 24th April, '6s, in flront
of- tabless&nd to she-itilbt b -
dner, VU i. sold enE eondennied MUDi3s bE
lonhtnp to the Oovnetai. - *
ca *8'06.8 .p aCapts . . ~h.
I nen denoe