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By J. A. SELBY. . COLtJMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1865. VOL. l.-NO. 43.
THE COLUMBIA PHOENIX,
PUDLIStfU'J li ?K T. EXCEPT ?M'I?P?Y,
. H X J U Ci i v\T W. S E L B V. j
TERMS-IN AD VANCE.-' j
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On? month. .... \
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Subsequenftinseriions. - 35 ct s !
Special notices teil cents pop-line.
Headq-rs Department cf the South,
HILTON fl.-AV?. S. C.JULY 10. 1SG5.
GENERAL ORDERS NO. 111.
r^ITHE following eire, lar, issued f.frn the j
JL "D renu ol' Kefuiroos, FrcediiKn and '
Abar.doi (.-.1 -Lands," ?nd a, proved hy t he
Hon. Secretary ot' War. ii published for
tho information of this command. It*? !
requirements will he st rielly conformed to:
WAH .DEPARTMENT, -
BUREAU OF REFUGEES, 1-REEDMEN AM> *!
ABANDONED LAXOS, ;
Washington June 13, li 35. j
Circular No. 7. "j
in accordance with section 2 of the Act :
of Cmig^ess establishing this bureau which j
jirovid.-s for the issue -jr" provisions, cloth- !
ms anti fuel for the imme-ii#te ?md tem- j
por ?ry shelter and supply of Jtstiture,And j
su?Fri i ag refugees nn<l [reedmen, the Assist- .
ant Oommis.tioners of this Bureau will at.?
once muk*! careful est im-ates of the amounts .
of provisions, clothing, tte., as'may be |
needed for the present cpi-ti ter for the sup?
ply bf such ol .-s- of p-rsons a s may be
within-their inspective departments, and
' \li~y will !..-. .-ai;?r. quarterly, make lik?- |
estimates. Ai! estimates must bc approved
by Ibo Commissioner ot the Bureau M ;. :. ;
Rali ?us, fuel, transportation and quar- j
:ers have bren heretofore luriiish?.1, to
teachers of befiigees and freeibnen. ur l to
(?tiier pei suns voluntarily l i!.orin.- t" r the
benefit of such persons, by certain com-j
?H.Uder* of depailmetlts, posts. ?c., while !
..iii- s l ey., r.-tiuxi Co fur?adi ih'tr s.irno. :
TlMtiefiie. in order that ll.ere ni ty be uni- '
form.ty wi' action ai. ! a ...'ear iiioje;st.-.nd
-Jfig (.-. : f 11 r 'i.at-.-r, the faiiowii ri les villi
bis- ul-.,?tc-!; and w?.. k li rft*;t ai... ve m
?oree ?n (in I r .IV, 1. ?>.'"."i, t" wit:
Rations will nm t. . gran; ito usly issued ?
u-.ie: .-> s i ,.)'._....-. i freed men. or to j
.itltlr parsons voluntarily b.boting for the .
tieiiefil of such persons, but such teachers :
'ss are authorized bv ll.* Assistant Com-'
ri i.-?-, i miers . f this Ii-*, rea ?1, while actually :
. on duty i:i ?ly-ir tie!.ls of ?abor, may pur !
chase rations of ti: - Government under '
pivets-iv tho nano.' i-.;les which apply lt? ;
such pu reit.ises wi.", ma le by eoimi#ssio:i
Free transportation "will be granted t..
such teachers on Governmeut transports
mid ndjitary railroads only. ;
Public buildints". or I ui.dings t^a? nmj
"have be. n seized from disloyal owners, not j
required for militaty pun.s. ir..iv be:
used ?or occupation for schools, U achers, i
-....idlers' wives at)-.1 refiiu'e?-s.
<?. 0. ii' ?WARD. Maj. Cen.'.
Ccm'r BureuU of llefugei s. Freedmen, tic. ;
Approved E. M. STANTON,
Secretary of War;
I,y command '>i ;
Miij <;-;:. Q: A. GI ELMORE. ']
W. L. M. Bf a.; KU. Asst Adj't Cm.
July 21 " -? .
Headq'rs I?e-oari:nent of the South,
. HILTON HEAD. S. C., JONI: 29, ?SC5. .,
GENERAL ORDERS Ny. 105.
"if N compliance v. ii!, instructions received
jL-froni lb. War Department, all Distr?ut '
'Commanders will cause ar. mime.Late .
invest ina! ina to bc mudo within their
commun !?. ns'to tiie expiration nf service
of all m.::i >.u detached d. .y, in' conti no
mooler otherwise separated bom .their!
.regimwits or companies. All stich men .
who arc found entitled t. discharge well !
be immediately forwarded t<i ihe Provost
Marshal General of thc Department, who
will send them t<> the Chief Musterin,'
Officer of their respectivo States for mus?
ter ont, or to be otherwise disposed of as
required by exisMng orders. Rv command
of - Maj. (len. Q, A. GI ELMO RE. ?
W. L. M. BURGER, Ass t Adj't Gen.
Official: T. D. HOOGF.S, Chpt. ?51 h C. S.
C T, Ae^.. Asa't Adj'l Gen. .Inly 2" ?
Change of Scliec'lnle on' the Wil?
mington and Manchester Railroad.
SUMTE??, JULY lc, 1SG5.
ON and after July I", trains will run
tri weekly over this rond, ns follows:
Leave?Kingsvi!!e every Tuesday, Thurs?
day and Satn.doy, afc 4 45 a. m., for Pee
Dee and al! ?talions on the Chcr'aw ami
P i'lington and North eastern Railroad
:>. ..-engers reaching Charleston same night.
Returning-Arnve ai. Kingsville every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8.42
p. m., from ucv of she points indicated
above. HENRY" M. DEANE,
.'?l'y l-l 12 General Sunermtendent
Hea?q'rs Department of the Sout"h,
HILTON UKA?>. s. C., .TUSE -11. 1866.
GE:; Eli AL o UL EUS yo. 102.
,11 J ITH a view to establish and preserve
! f y good order, settle disputes, encou?
rage industrv, compel' obedience to laws
and orders .and educate the* poor, *.he fol
i lowing rules and regulations are Hereby
1 established, and ??'?ll be put in operation
! throughout lids DepVrUneut witti as little
t delay a* practicable: - .
I. 'District Comm an dr rs v.- i ll divide th. ir
commSnds into sub-districts od" suitable*
size, eavh comprising one or more Counties,
Pat ?shes or Congressional Districts. Tu
each sub-district they will assign ii c m
i. anding officer, (with a SUM able humber
of truufU.) an Ass'staut Provost Marshal
nod an Assistant Provost Judjje. A per?
manent PVovoft Guard will ba placed
under the immediate orders of thc. Assist?
ant Prn\ o=i M arshal.
li. Within each sub-district Superior
Provost Courts and Ci re;: it Provost Courts,
compose*! of not more titan three members
each-shall he. held at st ai ed lim es and
places. Tiu- Superior and Circuit Provost
Couiis to have concuirer>t jurisdiction
over all case? as hereinafter specified that
can be prvperlv tried before them.
III. Thc Superior Provost Court will '
habitually ltj$l i's s<'ss|.*is at sub-district
headquarters; and will A>>- preside '. over
Wy the Assistant Provost Judge, who tunv
associate with him cue or two respectable
loyal citizens, giving the pr. r. ter.ee to
local m a gist rai es, ot ber things liebig en ii a I.
IV. Circuit Provost C?iurts.jh di he held
at important peints and at stated times
within the sidi .listriet, and shall hf pre?
side-! ?iver by one of the members of the
Superior Provost Court, designated by the
sub-district comuitmder for that purp.
The Pied lent ..' the Circuit Provost. Com '
may Associate with him one or two h?vai
eil//.''!?* or magistrates.
V. The courts above nain :d shall have
nouer to 'rv nil cases hr.lweeji citizens,
and between citizens and soldiers, and all
crime-, ind ?.i. i o lat ii^tis of 411 i ?tar \ .-i .!.-?.
and thc laws . : d;'- United Star.?? which
..1 noi..eome . -:.iti the* jurisdiction of u
court niartial. and. to issue the Usual pro
..ess f.-r fhe at len?'.:! nee of witti-.-sses, and
for th,e pi.\iiietit of d?lits, damages and
..os?-. Tlie decrees will go only to the
ri^ht. of possession arr i riot of property.
Tiley univ ?nipos- lines not exceeding on?
hundred dollars (SiCiO) and imprison not
exceeding two montos. Offences hy citi?
zens iv?itTir?iig a severer punishment, wi!!
:>.- tried by a military commission. The."
will appoint their clarks and other ? flu* ors,
?hall heep a record of their proceedings,
subject to the revision of sub-district and
higher commanders, and will adopt rules
an i forms of proced'.ireiwhich shall be a?
simple ns possible. Citizen members of
courts may bc allow.- I' throe dollars (<.:.
ea.-h days' attendance. To? fees charged
will be mer' ly sntHcient to pay all expenses,
.will be had: to the sub-district and district"
commanders, under such mles and on such
i.-im^ ns the district commandera may
Vlf. All parties to suit-; before Hie Su?
perior or Civcuit. Provost Courts may
employ counsel. Dui all person* bringing
suit or appearing as counsel before ::iid
courts, as wei! as th.; citizen members ol'
said courts, will be required to give proof
:;::i?. '.hey have taken t^>- oath of aile
VIII. It is the duty of the military au?
thorities throughout this Department,
when called upon lo .h. so, to aid the
Assistant. Co'nniiis-Mouers ?md Agents ol'
the "Bureau of Refuges, Freedmeir^hitd
Abandoned Bands," in,tho execution of
tlu-ir duties under tl?e laws of the United
States ?md the orders id' the Commissioner
of said Bureau, issued in .accordance
therewith; and, when there is no such
Assistant Commissioner or Agent upon the
spot, to take cognizance themselves of all
violations of such laws and orders. All
cases of such violation may bellied before
the courts he rei II abo ve authorized.
IX. All eases properly coming within
the jurisdiction of these cour;^ v.- i 11 he
brought to-trial promptly, anti all unne?
cessary arrests of citizens v.'il be avoided.
X. The existence of tho courts herein
above authorized will cease whenever and
wherever the .functions of the officers of
the civil laws ure restored to operation by
X l. District and sub-district command?
ers are directed to provide, whenever
^practicable, for the education of the chil?
dren of tin: poor within their commands;
and tor that purpose they are authorized
to detail regimental chaplains and non?
commissioned otlicer.s and privates for
'1 he education of the children of Re
fui'ees and Freedmen will be relinquished
into the hand.; of thc Assistant Commis
stoners and Agents of the Freedmen's
Bureau, wheii'ever they are in readiness to
take charg#of the same. Bv command of
Maj. Gen. Q. A. G?LL.\K>RE
W. L. M. Bcp.OEtt, As?'fc Adj't Get'l.
SPEECH ?2 EON. B. F. PEP."Y, !
r?? i' rVfc Meeting in the Court]
. H :.ic, Greenville, S. C. on, Mon- ?
tz*t?y, th"3d day of July, ISG5. j
MK. CI? A?I?M.V.V: Tisis publie meet- '
ir g eil' *i ? < ii ?;:..!.< ol" Greenville ii one
cif .ic(-i !??rui inticn. and**sbr-row. A [
Cruel and-Woody war La.- swept o\er !
the Southefo States. One hu nfl red ?
..slid fifty iioesund of our bravest and
most -s-albiit ni' ?i !:;-.;'. ?a?i - i na the
fields -vol!.-! Tiles hvmj is filled ]
with nm . ? nj? wi.' ,\-.< ?md oipjians!
There 1.5 .-'. rcelv a housi: in which :
there has not he si weeping for bv,:i;.j
loved <>v1(.. lotti Tinco thousand ruti- .
?ions ol collars have bean q>ent hythe ?
Southern Stales in earrvir-g on 'his
war! An.' n >f' we .-.ri' railed upon lol
Cf?vt* up t..:r ni:t!:?.|H of slavr-s, worth
i wo thorn i,ii millions of dollars more! ;
?ur colin v h Hs been ravaged ant"
desolated! <J-i" -ie?, towns nu'vii
"lages, ar* ^mouldering ruin?! Co:i
querme ;. tides occupv the country.
The Con: tracy has Vallvn, and vv?
have bc? ii .et rived of all civil f^ofern
nient ?nd ?kdHi. al ri.-hts. Wu have
neither lav.- nor order. . Tlu-?V u i..< .
rr i . .
protection lite, novrttv or pri :...-:!..?. '
Every wile ' tl., uri. dn: cnabziillon. |
rapine and uaurdfti! LI ti n-^?r.-. o i .star
v..ni.M. .... np ni ns! A ft.1 .now we
meet as a disgraced *md sul..jit^:it.yi
peop^ to petit: _,M:, conquerer to j
resid?*, um 1 ?.-. ngnt.-i ?uefi?a.ro the
b ttvr ?: uit? bf seues'sioii! . ?
How di?'viror.t, ? Mr. Chairman, in
idle," ipiii? und character, was tltut
meolmg of the citizens of Greenville,*
j.i>t fi..- y cir/?fifo, ia this same ?biiild
:iio-. which iuauoutajel this most fatal,
I !. o ;\ and ?. is i.-jh-yu? v .'union! Tilt ,
nfc v*..- i->v J;O--Vv>'e?U'-ntr::>' a nil ? ?
lu?ichig !i)i\;ir,-!s dds t-ou;t !. use, I
saw a (.J'OVVfj (ii [..;.-..tis rushing i?.
composed of college h o va and i!**ei
professors, merchants, meelrmi?e?, doc?
tors, Sawyers und i- I. rs ?rom thc In.tels,
with a SM;:I.!..n:j;- ol' fanners asid ? lau
fera. S-> AI ! i.-=<?d the public speak
ino; com moil' *., :.. i the air was ivnt
with tho wi d rind ra'jlarous applausp
o?" tins excited ?il?diellCf. Tile t.; :-/
extravagant tho not.tiiichilions >>? ?!.??
Union, the louder wert tue shot :. nf
ripp'.-m .. ! ! repented i'i my thc
llieifiof.-iid? v. ms of Christ-'ratho
forgive fh, ir. they ku?iv aol v:hat ihn;
def % mimi xv as limn ii!!, d' witt:,
1 thens-!. L mr?satY?.l! tho ev\U vHiiel,
haye since iivfallen our beloved emin-'
try. Tint my politic??l i ?? tit ic nee- was j
gone, an i mv voice was po -vei Ics.-v-io
stay ni: ? -y au ' excited feelings ol
"We V...-J at t?at tinnv ifr. piiair-j
man, the ni st prosperous, freo mid!
happy p.-oj on tue Inc. i-iho earth;
or na ti un wiio-c futnrc wno more
bright mal o?,,ri?U?i. \y;:. fho pt.bli :
mind had, untl'irtunntely, boen pre?
pared, in tho So'-.thern S itu.--, for
llnrtv years past, I .:' ?n ell rt at dis?
union. The i'Cfrpl? had t'een inek?ced
to believe liiiit dlS'.nikT? w< Hid he .L
'quiet f?l?>siii^, and that it iiii;d^. como
without war and bloodshed! .Til o
lending tioiiiititiiis of the Sontii weio
anxiously -.vaitiiii; for some p!au&il?lo
pretext for tcccdinnf from th<J Ameri?
can Union. The election of Abrnhnni
Lincoln President of thc Un i lett States
by a sectional patty, at the ??crth,
was regarded a- a favorable opportu?
nity .'or accoinplisbiyg tie.ir" long
cherished piirpose. We were ttild,
altjr this event, that there was no
longer any saiety in t?io union tor
slavery or otv: constitutional rights!
Let ns no.. see. Mr. Chairman, if
there wa? any tm th in this assertion.
Mr. Lincoln elevted in direct con ,
formity with Hie Federal Constitution.
He was elected in consequence of the
political <Jivi.-io::3 and disseusioos at
the Sooth, iia-i the Southern Stales
been invited o:: UJU cami.C?ite, ioo.te.in
of doting TO; three '.ne re=*jl?i would
bavy been 'iv -'V'- ""tr Li x-oiu oxih
rsc-eived? a little moie than ene third ci' j
th?;"votes cast in the Presidential
election. ? |je therefore weut into office j
with n large majority of ' se American j
people opposed" to the Administration. ?
i'L re wa-a wt. that time a iiu.jority cf
twenty-seven rnembc-rs of tie House of #
Repr?sent?t ivas in Congress, iu oppo
s ; ilya to President Lincoln. There :
...;<-, .-, majority of six members of thc;
Senate cf th's U"n"iu*d States opposed to i
bim. An I, ^ir, a majority of the Su- ?
p?eme Court u? thu Un i U'-d S::.te5 j
?ver? oppose i to the avowed princioles I
.. .. t,r ... i*. , a ,j
o? t::" ?-?.ep ab turan party, which elected :
.Mr. Li nco! ff? Where, thc-n. was the
power of the President to injure the
Souii . or invad4 the constitutitrm! ;
rights ui the "Southern States.? Ile \
ivH? io .t minority i:i bo'lj Houses of
Con rresJ., and in tho Suprema Court,'j
wi?i a'large majority of the American j
people opj osed to bim. ll" was pow- i
eil: s. l\o legislation could bo is ad,
an i tio app-iintinvns rn ?do. without tho
approval o? the Southern Styt.es!
through U<* Dcmocrsuic party. Tilt ?
tvri?. < : l^resi'ier-t Lincoln-wa.:, then, ?
no just ground (br secession. ? I
l>iit st .ms urcjwd, .Mr. Chairman,'!
thal ho ll nub'! i- : ii partj' would'-soon 1
<?bl:!it? the asoenJehcJ' in both [louses
of t ^te-^, \ then Tito eunstitu :
tipn.-il limits ol ti 0 S mihe'ru States :
would* be destroyed. There was no]
r<:*i->??:) lor tiff- assertion, when ivs i
ri ii- ot.J bat a mr-jority of the people ol
L.,e L irited States were oppose?! to the .
principles of the Republican . party. '
Adn.it, however, for argument, ti;'!. ;
the Preside-ut and irs patty might be '
rn th-- ascendant, and would make i
???gicshiors t;.i Sou hern ri ?rb ts and
hare ;.;...! the *.\ !?, t J ?.'em-.cr e. v of toe
: :.:,' grouu 1 ilse:: -i'-a ;
?onstitntlim arti si?i;id:n<r by the I
Sou.;.. And rf- -.var had .come,'it i
would h?ve bet.ti at tito North, where
tiie j> vip!.; iv ere div! ?ed, and t><->r t?f
tb.e Som li. whens they were all-united,
lc would have bean's* civil, :is weil HS j'
si eli ona I war, st; the I TM ion. and ?or?
'hu C?tii?:u . >n of lV? Union. But;
sir. there was tn?:, tl ?? slightest proba?
bility of such an issue." The R?pub. .
i?.:.n.n party voted almost uimtiimouslv,
. vor ;>> .>?( rfiftc with- lavery ii; the ,
1 '. . ;?:,'; ; .> wisri to Ju so, ii they
i sad". Wii-n the jsotjrhern States ;<
seceded ?rom til? Union, ?nd w.ithdr?vf .
their iiK-tnbms drum . Congress, ttiev" f
turned it over to he Repftbiieatr party.
alli -, '.he. Kalibern Democracy, who
had m tifo Hy !? by the South for ' 1
un ; - ?.m.i i . li ? 3ni ii ry, to ti fr teni 1er
uu'icies ol"their political opponents
and erminie;! This: was not in accord- :
nncv with Siu hel li h ?:.or .-stu! cir. valry. I
What .-'her .- us.' Iiisd the Southern. 1 i
Srat s f ir their act Rf secession? Ker !
?iioJit -.-Ho immediately preceding j
ti. ns ol I'iesl.]:;<;:s pierce and. Bu-I '
cha?an, th .J was not an act of fhe j i
Federa! Government ot" which they j ?
CMU.-ph:i:icJ. They cpr.];] not .com- m
ph. . for thc tTovcrunieii'^v/as in their ? i
i wa han !.-. Il ss true, th? Northern j i
State Le:ri?l:t:iires mid nullified cert ibrj '
Ao:-; i l Congress favorable, t? th? ?
South. 131;L ?a.s this juit cause for ; 1
rebelling against thc Federal Govern- ?
meni? INIOU.U they not havo adhered 1
'he doser i-> l?iat Government,, aiju .
;issh->t.ed* in enforcing its laws? Hoy; '
srratige to'thitiK vi the Southern States l
rebelling Bgaiost"* a CTOverr.ment cit" ? t
which they did not complain! l
it ls said that the Southern S..l-l
loft the Union to. preservo shivery : j I
(loy; fat* tho mistalce! Every one i
ought to have known that slavery ivas \ .
stronger in ti-.'- Union than il possibly ? <
j (aid be unt of the Union.? Indeed, ? I
ll i o [Tniotf vv--.s it? O?.?V stifefjj.. and j i
protection. Whilst in tho Vmoa v>e j ?
Esac-c.,'-~.. f..e.=:-rarr- ? ?? SatMfa?
whole civilized world was cpaosed to
us o?l this cae i'.oi,, sn.-:, t.? a slave
power," would have looked upon us
with scornful jealousy.
But, Mr. Chr.iraiar., t;.3 taadnrs?
hnd folly of tile Sc:;*!: i rn . States, in
commene:ng th.i-3 revolution, is. now
manifest to ail. There was fanaticism
at tba Sr.utb, ?a -.veil as at the North.
Politicians did rill ll cy could, in both
seetioi?\ tc s.-JO the worst passions
of t!i\ ?un?an heart, imd malt? tho
people forget they vc rt fellov citizens'
of one great Ke:>ubl??. We were
told that the Northern people would
nc: fight, that there would ba no war,
and olf^s ?vere made to drink ^.11 the
blood that would ta sheet History
should 'h.-iVfi t". ugh: th?ta that no great.
Goverr.tr.en:. Mta ours, ever %*aa, or
ever co .kl Lo, biuken up -^;harut wari
How was it, *.ir. Chairman, thst tho
Southe."1) hj'aun*:"..'!. J in. ti.cir raflel*
> nn? I: io tri - the contest was a
most unequal cae-eight millions of
persons tighltTig iiy-acs' twenty-two
millions!" Ti.-, os .-. Ilr.ving neither
Government, army, tiny? or m at: i: tad*
tare-; and ii...- c'.hei' having ?ii those,
with an inihix of foreigners a: ? S'riuth*
ern negrots tv i ?ci'ciAs their strength.
T?ie Vu'!, .r i peoph nr- a.. ii: pulsivai
enthusiast!.; people, but they wans the
rtivgy and perseverance oi ti;-., or .h.
I jaid co my friands, at ?.:;.-. i ~- 2 i un i ag
of this war, that tnv greatest KV?ro
bensfon was.-that our soldiers would
get l;;o-]-o.' iiie war .und qui: i?. I
did not believe itv possibk- to hold in
subjection eight millions of people,
scattered iver . ?ch >'n immense terri
tow as cm: ' \ th, *-:;.: 1? Sutes,
if they were* dir post ! f? mik* ruy ard
every sner-.'iee. as the Da: '.: B?p
. i I ^ ^ . ? . .....
sn-, tue g ?eat o? - .?o o. o;;r .'..siur?iVra*,
t'nat the b?art of the Southern paople
never was ?a u..3 revolution! Tieri}
wa? not a Sta; , except South Ciro?
lina, ia which there was a maj '.ri-7 i"
favor vf *scv?ssio!.'! Flven in ? .?..'.
Carolina thora \vre many Distri.-ts in
which one* hail'o! the vote .3 did ::or
go to the PC?;!;.
M r?i . 1 ? -i* i ii
.ur. Chairman, 1 wm Ls-'^ frankly
say, as I have o!??n *aicU during $!;3
past four teat*., that tttere waa .?
mm in the. United SfatSi who inora
deeply regretted ?he seces/i MI of the.
Southern "State? than I did, at ::ie
betrinn;ti?r;?of the rev?i;afioa: ?ht? ?hera
i- not no-A m lin?Southern States any
omi who teeis mo'Oi bfttorlv the nd
milialiou lind degradation of going
back into ti..: union tuan I do. Stil!,
I know that wo ihall bo more pros?
?l-l ll: ? hat>p> lp the . io oil th::!":
imtof iff ""
lt has bruti ?oj common^jfclr. Chair
man, to attribute the failure ot this
?rca? revolution to fat* Pr?sident of the
late Confederacy. This,-sii', is-a mis
lake. The people wer? themselves to
'./lanie for ; s fa'J ure. vy *ilcro un?
willing to malfe those s.iciiij.-es which
wer.: essential to its success. Many
who wem aiost prominent *iu the
movement, never md any thing ?br lt
ifter the wa: comineueed. 1 .stead ot
-..eking tludv proper position, in ironr.
jf .the bat ?3, 't.'tlv sought -bprnb
proo?V for themselves an I their som*
i'iiore wcro olin rs who g it into *s->:i
laces' and .official pt?atkins, where
they eon! i -y ?cul -tv a < '? nui! e.l >r! 1 '.es
m i ioveiv.m.mt fm: ls. W > feet, I >.
.vards pie l?tl?r p?rP of tbs -var; it
ce nevi tin? ove:y one .va' fyi- : ?0
ccep out ot ;! .. arjsy, ann :ng
pay anvil.: ig, . ad ma ice nay sacn
ice,'to dus.;-. AV h.-rn Genera! Joba
iton surrendered b:.- army .. . 1 a : on
lis muster roll sevi.:;:_, tlx usa:..! ri en,
mt only fowteeu thousand t 1 be ear?
ned into hat Ie! Genera! Lee'* army
eras in the' same condition. \\ here
were the al?meos' At Itoroe, on
"nrloogb, faying ov r tue: i"*tu rion gbs,
Werte.! and straggling! Ai no i me
Juring t:.e la*: tb ree . ears ol r-newasj
vras there i'..o.c th -.. ane-tb:rc! of : ....