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The Georgia LegIslature.
From h ,utnbia Ph the
13hidsi, e'ag that Gov.lg xo
GeorgiaN. '1*) d the Legieture of
that State 4;omVene in extra*dinar
session, at Milledgeville, on Monday, the
,22d inst., 'to do all in their power to pre.
vent anarchy, restore and preserve ordei,
and save what tiey can of liberty - and
civilization.' He does not seem-td en
tertain any apprehension that their atr
semblage and deliberations will be it
terfered with by. the Uuited States au
It is reported to us t4 it A 04t
Constitutionalist has been suppressid, in
consequence of a bold artic1 Isa.e gaper
of the 5th, addressed tpFrsi eqt ouRN
SON. So says the ColuminaI1Ph.A.
Yrom the North.
We continue our extracts this morn
ing of news direct through, as taken
from the New York Herald of May 1.
EXECUTIVE ORDERS REMOVING RESTRIC
TIONS ON TRADE IN THE SOUTHERN
STATES EAST OF, THE 3II881881PPI.
WASHINGTON, April 30, 1865.-The
following order Ias been issued by the
WASHINGTON, April 29, 1865.
Being desiroub to relieve all loyal citi
zens and well disposed persons residing
in the insurrectionary States from un
necessary .oommercial restrictions, and
to encourage them to return to peaceful
puraite, it is heteby Otdered:
.fln-Tat&tal~ 2kiCtQOs upon' in
ternal, dosnes= o pd. "oW4s4 gommer.
Ciial intercourse be isanainsed -in ach
pArt of the .Siktes- vf TenuAMoe -Vir.
Air:lp, North -0r000ke Sgti1j
and so anih 6qfu LssiaqapA flos.eest p
the MissIseip river, as shall be em.
braced within the. iines of the nationa)
military oeetiatiofi, excoptit obly such
restrictipns ts ate 'imposed y the gt#
of Congress, and r gultiosa -in urs
ance thereof pr bed by the re
tary of the Treamry, and approved by
the President, atid- eceptin aO foth
th effect of this ordet the to laiing s.
ticles, contraband of war, to wit :-Arms,
amunition, "d all.articles from which
ammunition .s manufactured; gray uni.
form.t and- cI 'dvdi, cars r911
r9ad ifr acd
reilroa4; telograph wire& insulgora
and imstruMents for operating telegraph
&eoud-MAII existing military ana
naval orders in any sanger restricing
uiternal, dotpstio and, coastwiso 'con
piereial intercourse aiu trade with. or in
the localities above named be and the
sPue re -hereby vevoked. and thgt no
mil1ti o naval.ooer in any mnr
wil ay .or.other vessls Ien
thesein auder proper ahority pauhm
to the regulations bf the Seifdts
P To S0NN PMudenIuta N
e ty, as wes -attemptu ' a New Yorki
last year'. uS
Generl Sed rler hak E6daa
fseved that now no attempt wil he ma4
't EAraraNt, oP MaOgbN IN PEIn.
13 linaisUndeag a -t~
A p eut aecessioI wh p
es y th the .4 e
of the Arsenal, as a apcial prison for
dltheerea r6kere qwkretly
Z1n' t h~ iThe0y -have
Ingugll is a borape.
PuiAPyP , Thurdapyi APO 27,
About 9 4geU k this mQrng Ward
Ingerbolhodpliveedq a satMggeces
sion speech a few days since in New
York, was waited upon by a committee
of citizens on alighting from th'e railrad
train at Ninth and Green streets, and was
re4ulred.to apolqize for the .,This'
Iersoll rwusq to do, and "a re
vavor from him pocket, butawas unable.
to fire it before he was knooked down
nid very badly out and beaten by the
crowd. He Was then arrested and leld
to bail i ti sum o($2,00 on the charge
of assault atad battery and carrying.con
cealed deqdiy weapons.
A committee of citizens have sihIe,
waited tpoii the mayor to have tbp bail
mecrewser one of,00the
Ingersoll is .regrded . as one of the
chiefs of the disloyal, rty in this city.
The tBu~eia furnis the ?olwing
particulars. of the Ingersoll diculty,
wliph.has produced a considerable excite.
ment in the city.
When the train reached Ninth and
Green streets, a party of tnen got around
the front door of the car, for the purpose
of .givig. Ingersoll a parting salute of
groans. The obnoxious individual, how.
ever, passed oilt of the back door, and
got upon Wallace street. The crowd
followed afer him. At Eighth street,
Ingersoll turned, about and. faced the
Captain J. H. Withijgton,.h., of the
One Hundred an ]sight -eighth Re
*iment eons lv nia ratee, then
stepped. and .aid: ngersoll,
'm a soldim I havi risked .my life for
i- c"n1. I' think' you owe an
~pologV' Ito 1he coiatryf tbr Yoir sptech,
4n rgclarly to thp ldiers.
jn~shl U~re)y rdpl0114, o to
-..pt' then roisid his 'eate to
strikquntsil, but the blow.was warded
off by Ils61 With his eine.-Tetw
the cne few .seb~o#. In.
O lreseed a oqlen die left side of
is face, and broke his fatn upon the arm
of Captain Withington. Ingersblthen
drew baee pbogt, ten paes took froi
hingeket a revolver and o6cked it. Sorgh
fthe crowd- scattered at this warlike
n4oreqent of Ingersol, - when be was
saisd 'by a police officer. It was -as
1it4Masa the oder could d. fo keeg the
N;om laying violent bhn&s upopl.
8 sor. The prisoner ..was fually
a . at8the police station, followed by
an exefted crowd, which- Iugtlheted at
ev e uare.
'A.Jnan Aftssey was sent for, &0
.Igerso;l, was given a hearing a the
* Officer Johns testified that htarrestd
the man with a revolver in his hphd,'-itd
It wa peked..
Here Ingersoll remarked. defiantly
A'd offensively,: 'es, ani you all ran
h Atop o(she*?.whenI*otr
on are a liat, aid andl
e ,1 keogng em back.
Withm remiarked, 'I'e
b tsme batti fleld wheve bullets flow
ien~ fhet, siad' I'd seen too many
o~l~be*s ' a revolver.'
ing ooncealeddif weap.t
v- toe 1 th t
Us aamsne ,brin
Recent 0peationsof stouean's Com'
KNO*'L f fce the last
ineli n tqneman's coin.
mand, " is a siummary of,
wat itio hedi,
One portion of the command under
Col. Palmer moved down the Catawba
River, ispersing parties going South
West friom J9hnston's army, and .cappu.
rig upward of M00 prisoners d two
Oieces of a0il and among tlie '
destroyed wAs" he. :immetje't4da
bridge across the Catawba 'iveaC1% 125
feet long and sixty feet high.. Thep
learning that a -general athustice had
been entered into between Sherirlan and
Johnston. Col. Palmer ceased operations.
The other portion of the command,
under Gen. Gillem, attacked add routed
the rebel force under Maj. Gen. McGowan
at Morganton, taking one piece of or
tillery. Gen. Gillem afterward forced
the passes through the Blue Ridge held
by the rebel forces under Gen. Martin,
taking six pieces of artillery, and would
have captured or diepersed the whole
force had he not been met by Martin
with a flag of truce bearing a letter from
Gen. Sherman, 'countersigned by Gen.
.Johnston and directed to Gen. Stone.
man, ordering a general suspension of
hostilities, and the withdrawal of oor
forces undet Gen. Stoneman.
BOOTH, -cui A SiNPa .-F'om*Mr. J.
F. Duncan, h worthy citizen of Pikts'ufg,
who has just returned from. Meadville,
Pennsylvania, we .learn .1he , llowing
interesting facts elitiveto tie promedi.
tation of thi murder of the President by
Booth, which ad1 .t tle evide9cealready
accumtilated to show that the terrible'
crime was concocted lon$ since, though
instead of the pittol, poison - Was to' be
used to effect his hellish purpose.
On the 4Ah of June, 1864, Booth regis
tered his name, took a room and remained
a short time'at 'the6 ellenry House,.
feAdK'vlle .fle the' he vtote with
his diamond ring, upoh the glass in the
windo fW'sf% rh6m, th isetetder
'Abe Lincolh depAted this life;
'A 'sr '18h 1664,
Sipce fheyl l1oot1i hs been in. the habit
of fequently seMdiD people to- the Mo.
ffebsi 1k..5e, and they have generally
oofpled tludo6h ho had' ~ 'Tho hames
'of A these petnas aro how being tran.
scribed~from ( hotol register, and will
be placed In tho hands of the proper au
thorities, in-order that they may be traced
4p and one- nre Oite, at least, be gained
toward thelsoverv the foul plot of
a "ss o9tie to which.our'beloved Presi
dont has fallen-& victim. The plate of
.glass on which the 'sentence quoted was
ittenhi been.darfulle removed from
the. windownd framed4 for preservation.
-The w isgAn it exiqtly corresponds
wNih the Ignatur of'Booth on the re.
giser.. 't is undoubtedly. his.
Thin Iibrnhation 10in %he finds of Mr.
Shiowden, Kevn heie M ',Associated
Piess, who will at oqe l'tanivmit it over
the country.-A abi mak.
Swa.Ecu :0?-:RG? S an QQRerT.
*oeton-Corbett, who shot .h* assassin
$ooth, is a VAMW4 bU .Nngla44. He
.. to'this'onitry when uit a lad,
4ef itCApril,' te'~sonsd i
'the Twq) h New odl Mif returned
i#lacon. He was soon ee eas
'hatea r ,o a
o n oe~a
Tux WAY To FINISkL THE GUERIL
h ular warfare i6
the of the govern.
t to pres the roving
a llas are still scattered
Sout States, preying
alike upon friend and foe, if indeed they
have any friends among the Soutjer
people, who must . ~the
0 w4dt a 'in i t. ese .
such wheuever they are cai ' Thoy
can no longer be regarde4, in othee
light ian -as byigands. Bi age is a
Spanish $ Italian inst '' n,-1h1;K
may do very well in Mexico, e0d' -D
portions ofItaly, but is ot pitod tothis -
country, a4 'annot flourish here. 'The
soldiers of the'guerilla chief Mosby have -
deserted hii, but Mosby himseltrefhseo.
to surrender. We understand thaL'Sin.
eral Grant issued- orders to General i
Hancock to give him one hour inhigh
to surrender, and if he refused, to declare.
him outlawed, and deal out to hith the
penalty of outlaiy. This order is,pro
bably an indication of the coure .tb.
government intends to pursue t6ftrat
all the rest of the guerillas, and it isthe
proper wAy to get rid of thenq.
[N. Y. Herad...
oF Llycogentlernan, y
frop St,. , in(orms ws u oOl
bpsrdlha. steamer Eder nst
SenatoGwt, direct. from FrancevCoi
tnodoreBatn.'CapL Pegant a Ad hitut.
iroey; illtebel officers, arnd WRYelb
or twenty persons ih Oeir treM ang
were evide aly bound'for "Cowee and a
The news of Presiderdt.Linco1n's , -
sination and the attempt on
Seward was reoeived: at 04i og
Saturday last at tha same time wiA Aho
newh of the Adi of Uichmoid the
surrender of. L0'& itr'y' T
rebel partyr wrnh t)'4 r d i
they r.eceyed th. newe as , .
geoapted-at-oco to rips a Ateheesy
met withw10 en o lIa'H ii.
feeling anteng al c
va onei Pro
Tim Rmnvaoa or u10 COMIRn.I
Now that the tumult of war is oveo and
thouands'df our 6b1dierh *0% 6 sobh
returning to their foaner 3 .
tionis a wqderfyt Ldevb opme or the
resource of the country will eestsee.
The manufacturing inter
and stiinlWd byth6 t 1
take a'freshstai.' The' 'g I na
will poen up with frenew1 v , The
agricultural distriefs all ovot ' fify
will be po e 0" ' ' and
cific wi taaprAten loom.
profuasly tohe laborand *a
other nodaessf tft
vetettts. fgijl 2:=V i
inoreootton, Eahn rie r
gar, grain, gold, , silter
and ooaithha eruo er/or~ un
hbih tW U
extrh1dii feoj, f mo
4,1. lenare ato yi the o0
reA37 d~ trootMez ts p.
5.Arms, accoutrements az~
eri will be 'aupplied by'A-~
40 for eashpaym~ente.
14.2Trovideu ,for the aenisw4
na of lij( &c., t e
ca4n.erW t d to tdo
*"~wr xpiraey f tha tem-of
V'he stipttlations ofthieonvegnten .
2yOmully to sailors.-.
2.Olerand men3 abaRtake time oah
wldethe Emperor -Maai3I
her eorary nsilisary chlst,
Aipleted at kaet -
Gar7, 1485, and t
deepatcles frow Msaioo:pw
a work of pacification in that owgu