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BrMas Law Oflla. . ,4.i - M STREET, '-if JONESBORO', TENN. j xttumtf ; . , . , ' ' . wit m: orissam, Attoruoy rvt Xsaaxv, .i ... , - joneeboro',' Tenn. WILt ATTRXD TO TUB COLLKCTlOH of CLAIMS for O'tlseni and Soldiers, their relalieet and friends. . Orfl'H la Court House. t.at4t29yl TA. j. brown,. Attorney at Law, - .- .jriit-t.'VAiAi tt;ii4y TOfTEflBOROUOn, TENNESSEE.. WILU PKACTICE IN TUB t'OLNTIBa - f Hawklnt. Greene, Washington, Carter,' Jeffertea Johnson, and Sulliran;, alao i the Snkieat aad Federal ConrM al Knotrille. . ' Jnnel-ly. ' V FELIX A. REEVE, 4- .-,... OREKNEVILI.E. .TT.NN., WILL eRACTICB INTIIKHTATB COURTS .a .5 tblCotiuil.. f f!-... W..hlnotnn.and C.Hke, iad io. the Federal and 8urest Cearis.t Kaorville, - Jn30-ly. , --,1 bystciah and Surepon, Dlierry Grove, TFf Wfatti rw a JACOB M. 'ELLIsTm. D.Tr i UrcSwAnlilnUewmwt- 44 a al ii 'as . 4. - . - w-i tt-. " A ' W' TTfiWAPTl" 7-i.Manc flats bJiapestd. , In hef footsteps, U golrtefl, UJci; , a 4fg,or,ita. Hr. Davit reach. I Ckar. a ,7V . 7 I ' : " 11 ml ' ;T1 I ' r r r I mpl, we may tbenrres, assarwd .te th.t eaWaeaa -i ade-tWepeech V ' .TiV . A r. dons! witk -iki. j So talteV aerted., Tw. days ifwrwwdi, V e.n T Co.rW OreeB,-'Waeblasa.'i ' 10X1,0 AXX3.,. '.' f- , - -,- , , - . ,1 a ; I . , , f here, wl a defiaite sreoant af whs. bad P. mesa; Hiwklne, Jeffertnn, '(Vvler and ' tVats rosskta A SalcaSi.B Asrt,ep!j SjjkuOwaersl- Great parebased sad Jd bceurred snj been sg(td upon hetweee bim- ftvBrX fasa.kie., BV 'gitav fc,oeai vTb. of. tr... ws. efflcfally ' J ..t4 "n!".!rrl.- iT BaBisuarsaisB, 1 ttatestest tbst It was givea kirn Is sstrae. 1 . Cpea the sterai.g of the Mib of April, we eetlTly . QBIINIVILLI, TTNN. 1 HaMf Olet Nlee. S atarlrt SMENTS! 1 1 1 1 1, mil . for" sale it REDUCED RATES ! FESSENDEN & COv I, J.MILTON SCTJDDER,'; Attorney t n d Counsellor ATLAW, Jonesboro'. Tenn. 'J-hVJ? mJiIUm Jjrff i u tmr ltJ-L ind in the Ftdernl nod Suprtnif Courti nt! KNOXVILLE, i OFFICK up lUirt in Biinou'i Brfrfc Build i . inn, wul or ut voan tioat. - Dec. 22 tf. - ' ' - - DR. J. S. RHEA, - IDHZTtfTIQT, JONESBOROUCH,- TENN De, 8, tf ' ' ; ' - JAMES A. D1LLW0RTH WOULD respectfully inform kit old friendiiQd the poblir grnemlly, tbn he hat jutt returned from tho Eautkix Mai ikti, where he (elected choice lot of DRUGS, .MEDICINES, &C. . In fact, erery thlnf c nnected with Brit clam Drufr Sture, Medicines, Bye 8tufla, Paint, Sta tionery, Perfumery, Coal Oil, Lamps, &o- & Prm-riptiona filled by practlc-M Droglit ..Cull nt'tbeSina of ik Oilt Mortar imd die dona) DiHderii-k'n illuck. Juneibornugb. JAMES A DH.LWORTH , nor 34 tf. Dnif . i 151 W HDIir CTnDr 1 tr? 11 ill. i UnUU 0IUI1LI Mfdifini's, Pa'ii's, -Dye Sfuff?, PAPER, INK,' ENVELOPES, PKttFU.MEUV, . . -, cirJARS, ' T(itlAtCO, 1 . ' ' '- KPICB, i . . fcABBIBB, tUlSQXI, Ft! IcfiJtn ' . TOtLKT 'll - 7.. 1. r. i AND FAWCT i to ,o 1 i-A- AHTICLJS. .HWJIiri'rK't? I! .rt f-I."V. FILLKO. 5 , , W." U. LAN15I115TJI, Druggiat. sinla W. optirwltn Tin Fhop, Jinwtro' Tnji afloat "BEO WNLOW ATKINSON'. ") KSPKCTFCLLY INFORMS TUR PDB- IV li that he bat opened Shop for Be- i,. iriiio. ft ntcbrs nd Jewelry i and will do all kind of work is the Silversmiths' line 8ho p In W. 0. Ortramon'sold Exchange office, eshuro', Tennessee. , - . iu33tf. : Joneshuro' joa, a. nitrHiu, no, t. suima, . eaas. a. aim, : JOS. R. MITCHELL & Co. J , EXCHANGE BROKERS . i ICnoxvillp, I enn., - I Deal in B .nit Notes, Gold, Silver, and Oor.. i , eranent Voucbere.' -' Cllwetle la alt rriaf r.aat Tenaewwee j k 4 ,( prmupily nueuiltxl g. . t. , ! , . , RBFIRIKCK3. . - , : First National Bank, Cowan Dickinson, Col. John Williams, A. 0. Jackson, KnoiTiUt. Park Bank. Joha Parker. (Cashier Phrenii Bank, Lawrence, Baldwin ft Co., (No. 10 Wall ttret,l Aiexil uragf, new tura. . Ueorgt W. Howard, Wilson ft Burns, Balti more. Chamber,, Steveni ft Co., B. X. Pomroy, de-i ciBCi...U. , w. r. wittoe. a. koine. . V7. P. WIISOH & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS - ' ' urifni fC IT t fXi fifrn Q ' I AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, f f!w nnrl DinFoh S fPflS. vwiuti wi uu; uua vuusv.- aj..w, tf I , ' ' 1 n m 'aa Ttl nolC . t. ' ' , . KnOXTille, TCnn rr," : , 1 - MUOI O '" J ' ? 8 ' , TROrr. C. E. DILLWOflTil -W-v VUDSBrsrETIaVT AlllM' II H. 111 I It Pa 1" rr "...ir 4,. ''JONESBOnOUQH." TENN." iTOEUNION FLAQj; Jonesbbrongh," January ,19,', 1866: G. 32. GBISHAMi 1 EDITOR PROPmEl'QR. ,. ' - V id , Ji 10-The Union Flao will be pnbi'iihtd' erj rnnay noinin 'on tue rullowing ..--i i ..k1v-.- One copy, per year, ' $3 00 ' ' - - Biimontbt, i '', i 00 Bincle copy, 10 centt. j . . i i. v ;t'i No Attention will be paid to orderi for the pper, nnleit accompanied by the CaiiI. ItSrADTiATUikiiiTt will be charged $1 90 per tqonre, (ten linet or lesi.) for the Grtt iotertioa, and IS centt for each continuance. A liberHl deduction will be made to yearly Advertiser!, ,j . S.ANKorjiici!( Caxdioatm For County offices, $5 00; Htate, $10 eo. . . Joa-PiiiiTixa, of all detcriptiont, neatly executed. " ' tfm All eommunicAtlont -tending to per sonal Bfrmndizement or emolument .will lie chnfged the snine at advertisements. AdTM-HemraM ntlnae4, awleea er re4 ta be (topped. , PGETBf COMB IN AND SHUT THE , - i DOOR. i Ok I la aot (land to long oataldt, " Wbj aeed jrott bo to ihj C ' ' Tba f toplee' ejrai are opoa Juka, ' V ' . As tbejr are paitlng by I . a ; To naaot toll bu tb.y nay Ulok, ..Tktfraaiaitraii(tklnikrhret 1 , And tf yo wUk to talk awhiU, . , , Come l( aad abet tba door I ; f i a . u. '' Bay do not aty, " No thank yon, Jane, , With mcfi a baihral inille ; ' ' ', ' " Toe said wb.-l ladlot whliporad Ko," ' ." ' , 1k.y ant ,' Tea," all tba wbik I ; My fatkor, too will welcome yon, -1 told yae that bnfore ; J ' ' ' Itdaata'tlaakveUetaadlBf here I Oeao la aad aknt the dear I To aay I did tot ajtiwer yae i To what yoa aald but eight i f heard yatr qaattioa Ik the datk ' Thought on It la tho light J' . Aad now mj llpi .ball attar what ' My k art h aald kofora. J 1 ' 11 Tea, duarait, I bat stay awhile-. . . ;; . ; , , Coat, la and ibat the door ; i m i ' J ' ' " Mr Ketber. , . '-!.,. Ilovr muny plcuaant anopiati,on8 ll"ier. rwl &e hallowed namo of iiIut ! Evi'rything pure and holy aeoms entwined around pie vory word,. Yean may have panned tiuco slia went to r8i , tall grans may be grow, log on her grave ; yot,with reveronue wuld wecheriith her momory. t leema but yeaturday rthut we wore children togrther, with a. mother, ti couiikel us and guide mir foot in .the path, of duty,,, But lie i K"nu flni!! wo must finili our journey, without bur KiniU to gladden our psthw.iy. To whom can wo now look with such cofy fldencef ( To whom can we go, with all our trial and troulijes? nSurely tc no earthly t'rieml, There in a vacan cy which( can never be (fille4 Wo j Molher fnendi, and thoir load I - - . . load but . be made up to U. M a, measure, j ,', whMi; j Immo V L. 1 thore r. . , ..... . wunoui a , mouier i t 1 2 If there is a at ene on earth at wlncli angol-j wou(j. wei-j.;it a group ol littje oned juet .befeft of a mother 8 rare, See them an thoy gather at night rund the flrcnide, where they were wonj to roct'ivo jheir good night, It in fronts-lier VV lto -can fill that mother' pliieef It spirit 'aro per mitted to hold coniinnnWn with " their friends on earth, tt moat he .moth, er'sto watvh over her littlo ones ehe left behind. Ilurhtst prayor Qn earth j fr t,0 welfare of her children, and with What bitter anguish 'does she bid them the last farewell, as her spirit b about to lake its' flight into the' un tried world.i .Tbeiy for the sakei of her who is gone, be kind to tho moth erless little onos ! 1 " For a mother lost in childhood, grieves the' heart r ...... . .1.... " A- it I, iruui unj , uoj . v.. .... dve be proinnged till the evening of life," how hard it in then to gl her That dour form, once erent, ,noW j bont toward tho grave, bar b,ir silver , j - . - . ... . ' ed ..'.r with age. hr w WUnng. -till I,.af4lf lla.ttakf S. ItitflS ' ,rOW. I HLI1I Vt D USUI Ill,, V 1 V " l SV ' " " I.....M -.-,.,!; .'' .t.rKnM. '"K " " ". " I with her B ltt-re we' are aw.iiM i.f j,, hw U got,,'- f..r0ver fmni lis" Ye! hp brMt th"? '? . di-llktlit it was togi.e at the fl..wer ' she loved 0 well, are cloned In lieaib. I 1 . 1.1 11 , , ' ' 4 .And .now, as. w ,th sacred im(10dwhrorepos ths remains si a FRIDAY, JANUARY: Tfce Last Laya of the Confederacy , An Aooount byfs Participator in ma tjiosing Boenes. ,. 1 1 thm m Wattasaa JRayaawJ' ' "!: ,, la your i.auoof Nov; 22, I tee ad acMUDt of "eliii duys of ,the Confeikrkcjy., .1 uoott. ",0reTtn" wy. slight to a full history of tie erentful montli. ( I was a.full member of DlSrell's Divialon of Wheeler's earalry, and liai'some epportuniUes iof knowing mnca that Wat transpiring, nn m A .-(...' , Our division had len Selected io escort Mr. Paris from Greensboro to Charlotte, aad Rearing Battle- ridge, over, the Neuse River, we reached Orrtntboro about midnight ef April J9, after two da'yt and a half of rapid marching. ' For the firittime we were ful!y Informed of the extent ' of our diinstere of the retreat, defeat, sorrrender, annihilation of Oeneral Lee's great army-4-and were told that we were relied upon to guard Mr. Davis, bit Cabinet and archives to Charlotte, and keep oft Sherman, who was horering npoa our right flank! ti evening's! Ur. Diivis and Oeneral Breckinridge rode through the di vision at (lie head of the Government torttge they Were welcomed by tho moat' enthusias tic cheers, , ;.-,. j, I r. We continued oor march toward Charlotte. , General Breckinridge the will and bruins of the Government , in its last days left US upon the third morning, returning to the ar my to bold those consultations with Generi.lt Johnson knd She-man, 'of which ao much bns been laid. Perhaps the eonntrr may yet believe that Sherman, Johnson and Bret kin. ridge were. Q.lU'k Slatetmen than Seward niiil Slnnlon. , Mr. Ih via rode near or at the beid of the column ail the time; was always polite, nfTible nud aecesslble;' teemed cheer ful'and rctulutej talked pleasenfly, kindly aact tocinbly to all who approached. Mr. Benja min and General Cooper, rode la an aiuba lance; Mr. Trvqholm and hit family ia an other. Jedge Rcagap, Colonels Lubbock, of Texas, Taylor, Wood and Preston Johnson al. wayt rede near the President. General Law lea Quartermaster General, General Gifiner, Chief laglaeer, tvad General St. Johns, with their a'tacAat, Mr. Mallory Mr. George' Da vit, and others of jles. note, accompanied Jbe PresideatiHl"psrty. Besides General 'Dibril's division,1 Geueral Geary of South Car olina, hao a tmall body of mounted men, lomo tevtaty-flre - or one hundred, collected at Greensborp, from the aVtVi't ol the Virginia cavalry.; At Salisbury we met General Kibols aad atalT, of South Western Virginia, and va rious ttnlf, post, and furloughedofticers, who bad run from Richmond, Lynchburg, Abing don, Westera North Carolina cad various por tions of South Carolina) men driven tea com mon centre by Grant, Sherman, Stooemnn Wilson, and Foster; members of Congress, civil. functionaries, and refugees. , .You may be sure, wh dirty celdUri who had borne the heat, and burden and danger of the war, made great sport of the beloved "post" officer the "bi!ed' shirt end 'black Coat gentry ,' whs ithost norsit and anuted te ramp life, were begging for mules, (bones were not at Ulna, hie,) to that they raightaccompasy nt. Glad ly would, kingdom, have., bees gives fork horse. Alati our klnjdoniwat in as draper, ate ('condition at poor Richard's was, and was aot worth a Lorse. For the first time attiring the-'Wat' we1 toldierf bad revenge ap a the gtatlemen who bad bees staking- and filling toft placet , . j .'. , i.-. After moving across Yadkin rim, General pibrill received orders from General Fergus on, who with a tmall cavalry brigade wat a' Charlotte, that S'oneman wtt approaching Charlotte, "nd legging Mm to move on iv iae"dlaterywhlcb be did marching kit night and reaching Charlotte about sunrise, to find,, 'ihai Stoneiuaa, wat, net pear thai place, hot had deceived our officers there tad fasrat all the bridge! over the Catawba. Oenrral F'r g'utaa moved oat ofCharlotte at toea at we reached tliere, to Nation Ford, over the Ca tawba, the point where the rnilread from Cbarlettoio Columbia eroesed that river.; About midday Uenertl Basil Duke, with the remnant' of Margan't celebrated cavalry boot Sr, hundred reached Charlotte from Cbriitfasihufg.' When General Echolt die banded hit infantry and asaadoatd hi wa gons and artillery at- Cbrlitiansbarg, be Or dered bit cavalry, to. follow him aerott the mountnint to General Jolmoo. General Duke,! brigade' wat ditmonntcd, their hor ses being In North Carolina, but they teiitJ lb' artillery ad wagon main, add rode barebacked, to Oharlotte.. A fe of Duke's met i e fined o accompany him aad came to Kentucky with tome Kentucky cavalry, who sarreaer.. at Aiouot qty.ing , hundred n-der Lieolvnanl-Coloi'el Diamond, . - nni ccomniniM " . ' ' ' i . . . ... T -1. J , . a . i. -A 1 . VaiI.iB m atlak- an t m BhAnl 1 1....,,. ""'-' " owr.n -... Oetm ' aaaral M.t.la40 Charloile, to that ws bad alr.e,u tjUloirH, Pt riU's Dlnios, eon- coioni BrVckiabridge-aboat 1,306 nbti'.( OtserlT)keer 'brigade o Keat.cVI- kadly ssossted, five handrtd; Vaagka'l j:in 4 1 1 answer Bay, pawyi mmiw .uiw.pu.u, three kaatid) Fergaaea'S brigade si; Ala-i J I 4.-:... ..A Wl.l;-.nl... ..... kandr.A . la 1 19. 1866. were erdcred ttj Natipa Fra td then t ero.s (he Catawba liver. fteB -retting a early tweaty-four boars oa tbs bank of the tlrer, we received ordert to move by wsy of rorl yiUesndlVnionTille to Coketbary Daks's brigade and Vaughn to move by ChettervUle, UnlqnsvilU). aad Laurentville Fee gutoo. to novo by a lower roatfy r High water, burnt bridges, Ac, made si change ear routs, end we reached Coketbory, after, Duke, Vaughn an J Ferguion had pasted throagb , thence we moved to AbVeville, where all were concen trated by nooa of May 2. : In the mean time, rumors had reached ut of Johnson's surren der ; General Bragg bad disbanded the Se cond and Third South Carolina Cavalry; newt 'of Wilson's Cavalry aioving toward Augusta pad Lexington, Ga ; Stoneman crot tiug the Savannah and. moving to Athena, and Atlanta being occupied, that closing the entire line of retreat to Taylor and Forrest; of the defeat of Forest at Seltaa; of Foster moving toward Auguita from the coast ; and the utter, demoralisation of that part ef John ton't army that bad not surrtadertd bad become rife through the command . Tbs men appreciated: tire utter hopelessness of reaching the Mississippi river and crossing it, or of Oencetl Smith making resistance. ; At Abbeville, lato ia the afternoon of May 3, a coaiBlUtioa wat held the lsst military consultation la which the Confederate -Government participated; ft we .historic scene. Mr. Davis presided with General Bragg, Whf bad become, by the surrender of Lee, John. son, Beauregtinrd and Cooper, ths senior Gen eral of tire Confederacy; oa hi right hand, aqd Geueral Breckinridge, 8erotnry ef War and Major General, on the ether tide of him. Next came Brigadier General O. W. Fergaton a gallant and enterprising South Carollnlaaj a West Poloter, a pet of Beiarogard't, and a favorite of Davit ; rut deaetel George O. Dihrell a plain, practical, tmtible, twiddle aged Tenneuee clerk aid merchant, who was beloved by his men, and had Jaitly waa bis tpars by long, hard, tkiliful, devoted tervitJi, next oa s Utile tof. eat twt yoaager mea Brigadier Basil W Duke sad Colonel William 0 P, Breckinridge, well kaewa among Uje1 troops from Keataclf la the CsaStdtnt Mi ssy r aad then, MM 0 naval Bragg sat Gene ra! Vasgba, of Bast Teaaetsee, a brave- eta cr and earnest mna. ' Each bffleer Was call 4 apoa to state the eaadltloa efkif oa r.aad. Ueseml Ferguson, taagalM bimieif, gave a tee glowing aeccont ai! :bis mea, s the setjacl showed, ibat SUM ad be toald eoant oa on hundred esealgbaag aa well s lever apsaall for Stbsr duties tod for tkirmub. OeocrAl DibreU Maid set csant m a.y figbtiag ia bis awa brigas, e-iorwl to eat Mr. DatiS nnd Geaeral Dretkinhage, aud every boar waa weaAesiag hi bold , op en tbtm. snd 1 have heard that be dclied, .imest with tears, be would aot risk anoth er life among bis nobis mea except tsr that purpose i that the cause aad Confederacy wars lost, aad bis duty mw wm to take ears o sUtuen. General Pake taosght Me baa dred and City f bis stta would folio bits as where, and that ba did ntt.beii.ve tie cause lost if all felt at he did and would .La spirit their moo, . Colontl Brtckiaridgt aa aouaied hi. oaa . dettrmnnatiea aot ta tar reader until ordered by Mr. Davit sr the Sto rsurjj Wx. but yhl . very Jew of kit , mea shared that foeliug, and that bl trsoll est urge tUm'i geaoy furihrr. General Vasgba ud Lis coiumaud nuald accept whatever Urmt General Johnson bad i which' were tbea unkaowu to us, Mr" Davit In j It was ttiaa kicleae tj keep "mea under a'rmt ho would uot 'flg.iV; vriminolto rick tbej lives of the iuau wu would tght, 'to the bravery oftboae wiie a'euld tiut. 'f bsrefore, the cvm avSLdt mutt be' winnowed, ' That be could have leva at SbrevVpurt by thai Uayt but was sol Willing te eeti tot men b were ttill in the Held. "That be supposed General Joliusta had surrendeitd Uiat all tki army left la (bat deuartment tre the commaadt riiprrteoled iu that Bieetiig that of them not mote than (Va.- hundred could be depend ed u.on any fnrtiier. Tha he would attempt to g? to Grutraf Taylor, aad if that si my (rent to piecevbe. weuld crost the (iter, and f the cause was finally lost, be would frel be bad done bis duty aa be beet could.. 'That tailed to bit place witbrmt bit intervestios be wdeld coatlnne to dltcbafge It dstlee at long at possible. That this contest might have resulted tfitastroatly, bntthscaase wet sot loet; -the blood thed dwrlng four ytart was nut shed ia vain, and under sther taipi ees aad abler leadere would yet iscceedT T 1 After considerable discussion it wat agreed thot Mr. Davit, wlthi s Intall ttcort, thosld go Imeiedlately t Watbingtea, Georgia, aad ties go so lath rote si seemed best that den. Breckloridge should take" personal tett maad oi the cavalry there, Md move (hat ! . L. 1 ...... .L . U.......L mlj-m -. V ! . . kB,u' "u" " ,.., wuere mere waj a pentooa nriage, tsit wat carried out, end al day-tight wo'trostrd the viver. That lay wat tpVnt la paying the Tries, aetaally present ytr tayiro Ova. Breek. inridgd, end lb bsmblegt f rival that in g alike i eah rsteitlag abaat l.tj if eels, . fbe statement that at any u m epQ the march from Charlotte la Wstlfisgtoa tnj at Ukt wat mad epos tbe ipeci traja ii a atit iakt. ' thit Uaii Wat' guarded 'to Abbeville 1 a deuckmest of siidkblpaee, Pretldeet Gkirdt,aad paap4 a tow vtker -Vlrg'al araayn,tdrerJ At AlttTilU'M wMsUeed fader a picked guard from Duke's brig. asder lke,eoarpid,f ,CgIel, Blealt, aatt) frSta'Ahheville to Vigen It WM faarded by b picked body from the whole cavalry, aader Ibe pereooal cosWai of Cm'. Dskk. ' ' m By this time mere delsiie IsforasaUee bed NUMBER, 36. beew reeeived sf Gea. Joh.aton't iurreadcr. Oea. Taagha sod his whole command, ", , Dibrtrlj CoL McLemore sod the whole di,s loa, except Cot Breckinridge and some fifty officers, ant) Stew, treat atjsally divided be tween the two brigades, aad alt save about ops hasdred and fifty of Gta Duke's com mand, determined J? remain sad accept the terms received by Oea. Johktton. Oti the 4th, at Washington, Gen. Ferguson's brigade stopped, leaving Gen. Breckinridge, upon tho morning of the fith, near Woodstock, Ga., with a company ef about fifty Kentuckient aad Tenneet-eans, well armed and mounted under Col. Crecklnrldge, and oa hundred sad fifty Eentuckiant,. only tolerably armed and mounted, qnder Uen. Duke. The Feder al! had poiietiioa of Atbeot, Lexington, Ma ton, August; alto of Atlanta, Marietta, CarttrtrilU and Dalton; alto of Montgomery, Selma aad Mobile, to that, with patrols and lesats everywhere, it seemed hoptless to at tempt say escape.. No official aasouncemen t of the terms and extent of Jobattoa't tur' render had been received. Oa the morning of the Oth Gen. Creckis rldge ordered Gen. Duke and Cel. Breckin ridge to surrender or disband, saying, "Not one of these young Ccatockluni aliallritk bit lift for me ; J am now only a fugitive, nnd would aot have a life tared by a sacrifice of lives younger, at dear, aad perhnpt to be more useful than my own. I have done my full duty I have nothing left but to preserve a Jife dear aad useful to my family. Accom panied by a few personal itsd-officers be rod dowa a by-road,- sot thirty mlnntea before a battslllon . of Ftdera cavalry pacsed its moutb. Next morning this small commatd ulvldad, part going to Daltoa to surrender, part to Athens, sad part to August all con scious that the failure of a cause for which they bad sacrificed to much aad (ought so long, wm not chargeable la say decree t-' Ueav - . Dead Letter 8ale. . Ths freat tale of article! accumulated through the year la the Dead Letter office at Washington City, wat commenced on Satur day by Boteler, and hat been coatlnaed, with the liveliest kind ef bidding, ever since. Over half the Immense catalogae is of srtl ete of Jewelry, largely ef ths " dollar" tort but Will sprlukling enough of the genuine to Induce a lively competition. Cpward of three hundred articles ia the Colltctioa sre park tg et ef pateat badlclaee, ' ia tbs shape of pill, powders, eagsestt, ells, eld School in d aew scbeel sJlcpathir, bommpsthlc, Thomp sealin, tdeefle and all sorts, Lt the relief ef every malady ksewn to ma a or womtn. Thcte are ever bus hundred and fifty gold (supposed to be) watches aa the catalogue, Sad as end of silver watciet. Alto, an in describable medley ef R tbs varieties of wares kaowa to civilisation. Among the odd articles, tba passed throagb Uncle Sam's mailt, finding their way to the Dead Letter efitee, tar sets of shoemaker'! tools, pack agva ef type, ladles' wigs, bundles of cloth ing, duplicate parts 'of sewing msobintt, packages f felt bats, lra cog-wheels, (small tot of lamp-Wickt drete-clevatortj fnlse-boiomi ladies, shoulder-straps, pistes sf a plaao, lamp-baraert, bandreds of mili tary books, etc. tt. The proceeds from the isles will be deposited tubjert ta lb order of the owsers, should say of tbtsa ever turn f-Wti0t9n Btur. English Press on Arasrican Affairs. Ths London Doi'.f Knit, of a meat date, remarks i , "The opening of ths Congrttl at Washing. tnt will bring before the eyei ot the world the bearings of the war. It will settle tbs great qaeitioa whether ths Americas civil war it really aver, sr whether the caasei of a conflict will remain to tarry the revolntioa. forward Into a second ttage. It will , deter-, mu.e whether the Statet caa be be reunited oa equal terms, or under the Inequality of one tectioa being tutelary sad the other In s cosditioa of pupilage. It will decide the destinies of five millions of the colored race St te a rial or mock freedom aad welfare." . The morning Brra'.d tayt the feeling ia re latioa to Amer'eaa affairs It aot altogether satisfactory, though at present It it set tap aosed ssy demonstration ef boitllitlei will . be made. I The fftet, la sa editorial en tht Mexican ljutttloa, tayt ;' "The Arcbd.k Maximilian hat been try ing t make the world believe that be !t st . the head of a Government which has taper edtd that of the Republic j bftMr. Johntoa eo.cclvee that the Called 8talet bavt a right to a. opi.ioa oa that subject and the ap-. polntment of 0aeal logaa it ta lntimatioa that Maximll'ta i surely ths head of for ) sign avt!oa., , The, Amtr:s Oovernmeat could hot have sdopted a cheaper fr tpore harmless modi of , dttair.g Its poiitloa. It ii oa which pre tery.rl tb aeatrality of the Called Eta let, . eneesragea the Kspublicnt ia Mtiico, and. , proleugi a lUU of thing, ia that country . which ena evlj end la the downfall of tls , tkroae that bai bees set sp kt thl ixpinte of , is mscb blood tnd tresses. .. . . Bt. Illinois would make forty lueb Slates M Rfiode lal a ad, aad kflnsrtieta Sixty. 111. MSfi It larger thaa 111 Nr I(l.al. Oi.: M exceed either Tretsnif, Scotlaid or Portngi.l,"' anil eqSaf BefgiunV, 'SeolIasJ asl wTt-:o ' land together.' Miuoorl It more than half "' as mrgetS Italy, end larger than Denmark, ' Boihvsit, Belgiekt'aad BwitserlaatT." Mltto.1' fi and liliewU a(S lsfgsr this Il.landpcot.' 4 Uad, beUad aad Wtiet, I: I t..' n