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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - February 02, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA Maui can Volunteer. 1dhiib. Amp proprietor. Carlisle pa., feb. 2, 1865. �e7�?� boiling Springs Ilo Tol 4 Miles East Carlisle is for 1st of april 1865. Apply. To t Peter . Ii Lino tue 3��eretit bh�rn8 find townships of our county should at once take measures to fill their respective quotas of the three Hundred thousand men called for Lay the president so As to avoid the we observe that the work has already com Meneaud in orb for counties and if our people desire to avoid the draft they should at once appoint committee Sand offer Liberal bounties we cannot advise them How to raise the Money that is heir business but we Mitsay to them now is the time to work it. May Boon to too late.,. The weather.�?1the weather for the past week has ebon exceedingly cold causing the Mercury to fall a few degrees below All the streams of water within the Vicinity of town Are , and in Many Iri. Stances House keepers Wero put to considerable from tho bursting if water pipes. The pavements Are covered with too rendering the. Walking a rather a precarious operation and causing Many persons who preferred safety in their per ambulation to Toko the Street. Tho Sleigh ing is excellent and notwithstanding the severity of the old the sleighs Are running in great numbers showing that tho seekers of pleasure Are a masters of the the shooting Law prohibits persons from either shooting trapping or destroying in any Way whatsoever or offering for Sale partridges pheasants and rabbits from the first of january until tho inst of october in each and every year run blur a penalty of five dollars in each and every Case. Advice advise our Farmer friends and All others who purpose to Soli their real estate or personal property Between this and Spring to advertise their sales expensively both by newspaper Aud handbills. By so doing they will draw together a much Fargo a crowd and of course in View of Competition secure better prices. It is the worst sort of Economy to economise in the matter of advertising. Each Dollar paid to the Printer Quot will return in paying our is much complaint and that with abundant Raast in regard to the fact that Many of the men now in tho Field Havo not beep payed or a Long time past a in Man of cur country exchanges we r Otico accounts of the suffering condition of the families of soldiers who not having been paid1 for months Are unable to furnish the loved ones at Home Cuch Aid As their inadequate is sufficient to enable them to Supply. It is a Hoffle fruit private soldiers Are compelled to wait Lor months for the paltry which they re Cleive. This together with other anus Quot of has about finished up a hereafter our armies can Only be recruited by the harshest and most rigid system of a a inscription and Tomso who will to compelled to leave their families behind them when dragged off by the Provost guard must bid Good Bye to wife and Little ones Bure that fhv�wub8 left to Buffor a a their absence a or the commonest necessaries of ire. Such is one of the. Blessings of tho. Second term of a Rulo. Scoppe Meads Copper thieves a forthe last year or two the Olaing w Hanf tora shoddy ites and Loyal thieves. O a ctn in the Fia bit of designating demo Crata As v a this unmeaning of la Tfir to which was tho suggestion to believe of that Pink of i Fino and manliness old to Tad Stevens of tills state never appeared to annoy or disconcert orig party for to rids very those who of cd tho epithet most frequently wore tho Nimori who Lead Lii de a a a pile Quot off tho government and who had no liking for the tented hold. They wore the Low men of tho abolition faction and hair Billingsgate language could not oven annoy Moo of sense. But again. If democrats Are to to bran Dod As a a copperheads a by abolition scallions we can Orturo tho compliment by or Are Ting our right to speak of them As Copper thieves. Most Mori would prefer being called Copperhead to Copper thief. Sinos to e great robbery of Copper at Teeth Ladelphia Navy Yard by or. Lincoln so a Loyal office holders they richly deserve to be thus designated. The men engaged in the Copper robbery stood High in a a Loyal circles they belonged to the a a Loyal league a Wero fierce in their denunciations of copperheads and joined in Lincoln processions and spoke of Gen. My Clellan of a a a traitor a and then selves As a a Loyal the Rascle wore stealing All this time and attempted to cover up their villainy by loud professions of Loyo for Lincoln a a pot limbs a As Fob Niy Calls the contraband. They Wero Buoo Essul for i Long time but finally Quot they became Reck los sly bold and wore detected. It is not very probable however that Tieso Copper thieves will be punished a for they poor dear Fellows Are entirely too a a Loyal to be dealt with harshly. They will be lot off As thousands of others have been. Notwithstanding this government has since the presidency of a or. Lincoln commenced icon robbed of hundreds of millions of dollars we have no Roobol lotion of n single thief being punished. Officers of tho army contractors and employees of the government in All sections of the country have acquired princely fortunes by stealing the pub Lio funds from times if the embezzlement become too glaring the accused is summoned before a military court. If the court fans not been corrupted he is properly tried found guilty and sentenced to imprisonment and also required to refund the Money be abstracted from Uncle same a offers. Tho funding of the court is sent on to or Lincoln Whoso first question is As to the politics of the Man found guilty. Of course he is a Republican and of course or. Lincoln Dorte him and thus with a stroke of the pen wipes out tho sentence of the military court. This is Dono almost daily or. Lincoln being determined that no political Friend of his shall suffer no matter How Mircu to my wrong tho government. We ask the intelligent Render if this is not the Caso and if to does not know that men who had swindled the government out of tens of thousands were rescued from punishment by tho president himself ?. Is it to he wondered at then that we Hoar of Gigantic robberies every ? is it singular that men heretofore regarded Rose Stablo members of society it re engaged in fleecing the government and that too with impunity ? they feel and know that or. Lincoln will never permit a political Friend of his to to punished no matter what the offence committed May to. Two or three years ago when the country was shocked at these frequent and enormous thefts we considered it a duty to make mention of n few of them in these a of nuns. We have abandoned that idea for our space would not to speak of one in a Hundred besides we found it was. No use attention to these Yilla inies. The people appear to look for Robby Ries a a mat Tor of curio and when old Abb forgives and pardons a Man for stealing fifty or a Hundred thousand dollars his a a Loyal supporters cry amen a great is Abraham Afri anus the robberies and speculations Ato recognized and permitted by the present administration and for tho present we have no remedy a a printing office for Democrat i a newspaper having a Good paying list of subscribers published in one of tho soundest democratic counties in the Southern portion act tho state is offered for Sale by the proprietor. The location is a Good one and affords a Fine Opportunity to insure a pricing investment. For further information apply at the Volunteer office. A authority has been received by our state authorities to raise fifty new companies of infantry towards filling the quotas under tho later Call. Now to the time to Volunteer Roll in and fill up the companies a a a a. A a g a . Mcintire esq., so Fang thai gentlemanly and Ablo commissioner of the enrolment Board of this District has resigned the position Alexander Ebson of ferry co. Bus been appointed by the president in his Stead i or. Mcintire by his uni form Courtesy and Christian spirit won the admiration of All who bad Intercourse with him end he leaves the department to the infinite regret of All his associates. Continued ill health incident to extreme old age is the cause of his resignation. A or. A., his successor is a gentleman of find business and will be an Effie int officer in tie position . A Gotos. Lady a excellent lady s for the month of february has been received it is truly a sensation number and contains a magnificent steel plate cd la a do Quot the Sabbath Thorois also a very fit a a a old red Fashjon Pinte with shout sixty other engravings suitable to a Dies and the season. Bonnets headdresses Caps capes embroidery braiding Crochet and netting work Cri roup articles for the toilet and Many novel ties Grace this num Noel a. Godey n. Corner sixth and Che nut st., Philadelphia. A fetid Texas a late advices from Texas have been received. Jse Vcra a lady refugees from Galveston h and Arri yet a in new Orleans. The of re por to grow suffering the for fuel and the partitions and a out Hause were be ing u8bd�?T��ntb�-pji�pos�.a i a a a it a a i Pijo ase open Cov. Jac during the Lato political lamp High Boti Sands of pro Mirent democrats Tail oter tho country or Era arrested and East into prisons or forts there to remain until Telmi the Oleo to on. Among those thus to tales was sex gov. Cab of Kentucky a Man who had born on officer in tho Union army Quot and who had been Bov orely wounded in Battle. He was end is n gentleman of great influence and Altor the nomination of Gen. My Clellar took an to Tive part in tho Campaign. After he had made a few so ohis in behalf of m Lellan and a whole Union Howa a alled upon by one of Lincoln a Birling a who informed him that if to did not Quot go Hsihe and keep quiet he would feel the Power of the tho Only resp Nso the governor made to tho menial was to Kiok him out of. His room a or two subsequent How Oyer the governor Wnm arrested sure enough and at once Oast into prison where he remained fora few ays and was then by an order Bent across the lines into bus been in Richmond Ever since. A week or two ago old Ade Eonda sookded to release him from exile. In his letter ordering tie release of the governor the president uses this language a a you Are at Liberty to proceed to Kentucky and to remain at Large so far As relates to any of use now past. In what i now do i do Oide nothing As to the right or wrong of Onuf a a a rest but nothing the Hope that bore is loss liability to misunderstanding among Union men now than there was at the time of the that a Cool decidedly. Tho president per Viii tho governor a a to remain at Large Quot but decides nothing a a As to the right or wrong of tho Bravo magnanimous Lincoln i because a distinguished citizen of Kentucky dares to express his preference Quot on the sub Jet of tho presidency to is arrested and exiled Quot and yet the president with that void Devivi Heness for which he is noted refuses even to say Why to was thus treated or whether his arrest was right or wrong. Tho president Hopes a a that there is Lees liability to misunderstanding among Union Moh now than there was at the time of the �? of yes the people Are beginning to understand Trio president perfectly. A that Lio my on by a a Union men is negro Quality a slavish acquiescence in his Unco a tits Tondl acts and voting for Bis re election As often a to is a candidate for the Plage to now holds. This is what constitutes a a a Man a in his Sago opinion. A or. Lincoln can boast of one thing. To was tho first Man to discover that american White men can to reduced to serfs. Since he has occupied the president in a chair he Hue without cause and without trial Sodt thousands of Hia f�llow-citi2ons, men women and children for do Othor reason under heaven than Boca is these citizens would not Bow Down and a amp slip him. During the late mock presidential election Bis bag tiles were filled with his political opponents and Bjo this moans and by Fradlen t practices in Nind out of the army he succeeded in again foisting himself into the chair of state. No despot on the Faco of god or end tar Ever resorted to More desperate expedients to retain Power. And now that he feels secure in for four years More to opens Bis prison doors to some of his captives and in Honion wards talks about a a forbearance and go Bosh a a a Tisall in my Eye Betty Martin a As the old song has it. Lincoln is As false vindictive and reckless As Evor a Man of Bod heart and Low instincts who delights in placing Hie big feet on to e necks of those who differ with him. Politically. A forbearance and Good feeling will to extended to those Only who Are a mean enough to him applaud Bis assaults upon the Laws the Constitution and , and laugh a at Bis a vulgarities and Little sue i men May possibly be permitted to a remain at Large a but All others its in Chin ger of1 the Dungeon and Man Clos. Inhat american Ever supposed our people could be thus subjugated a Evlogi upon Juns by of a. But Fig a recent debate in Congress the Thad so vent of this state a i fied the it Ottee by delivering a Short Eulogy upon the a st rebel Juhno Brown Anion a 6th�r things he said in speaking of Browne Sih a a sign of Virginia a a the not Ivy a of John Brown Wero honest patriotic and upright lie was Only mistaken i i his the Gentl Ihnn from new York or. Brooks and myself shall to Monde Fig in Trio dust forgotten or. Only unpleasantly remembered i will i Dorso tho prediction that the no oratory of tho n Brown will grow Brick itch through i coming Ages and the a re Fia Mort and freemen of Virginia in the Tirita of Somo Quot in ii present will Niao o Liis memory a Monument whore onco his Gallows our readers ail rom Nihei who John Brown was. With a Pio Kod band of abolition traitors Tib invaded the Stalo of Virgin a a a Luuy a ubi Uro Nellu a a mu.0 a a by in armed with rifie9 and pikes furnished by Attiah of Ordinary judgment Long tide Terminio another returned fellow townsman Armstrong Noble or who was taken prisoner at the bottle of the wilderness on the fifth of May last reached his Home on inst saturday. Affer his Cap Ture he was taken to Andersonville Georgia and from thenes to Florence South Carolina. He has had a hard time of it and represents the wants of on Bravo soldiers who have been taken prisoners As almost impossible to imagine and that language cannot express the idea of the barbarity that they receive at the hands of the rebels. ,. We understand that Man it out of the rebellion was stationed in Texas and oomph led to join those in Arius against our government but at the very first Opportunity -which1 offered he left them and Vith ont the Mario of defraying Bis expenses solicited passage1 to the prom ise of payment when lie Rebebes that pity a which he did and upon reaching Harrisburg and before Currin of Home on the 8th of a my l-861- Volunteer of life services and joined company Hof the 7th regt. It r. V. A he has been with Thom. Through All their campaigns until then prisoner. While in sir ice of tho rebels to we so wounded in the Back by an Arrow in a fight with the Comanche . lady a Friend two think Crha v e Seldom seen a More touchingly than that Alfich embellishes the february n Limber. Of this is called the prisoner s the double steel fashion Pinte for this my Nib is a v of band some one1, both in design and execution the other Asb in no a and ehg Ravid a of fancy Tork Are As Usua varied and Wolf Oxx edited he music for this Motti is the Quot l and ski Hill polka a Price �2 �50.�?T address by a can amp Peterson 319 Walnut Street Philadelphia. A a to Easton Sert incl Lias on article about a a poor Ben Thoro a Wipt any poor Bon Butler of More. Certainly Ben is a poor ger torn but a nov Orleans says he is surprisingly Rich is a Man it should say a a poor general a but a a Rich Bengt a a a. ,k7&Quot-a Connecticut Man Hab invented a Thart in cd is a s5mpielr 5n itt mechanism than Ordinary watches and we run 378daye-.with once winding. A j the Futy Oil paper. A few Days ago the House passed7 a Resolution to reduce the1 duty on printing paper used for books and newspapers to 3 per centum and Valorme. The Resolution passed by. N majority of 97 yeas to 40 nays. Among tho nays we notice of the. Beauty who misrepresents this District Joseph built. How any a bribed Man could vote against this proposition is More than we can understand. The combination formed by the paper makers of this country by which Thoy Are enabled to enrich themselves at the expense of publishers most of whom Are men of very limited moans should to by every lib nor Abl 0 editors then Mark the unprincipled members of Congress 40 in number who voted against the Resolution reducing the duty on White paper. A no doubt these men had Green if not solid reasons for thus voting for certainly no Man of sense could oppose measure so manifestly just. Editors of newspapers can Quot if they will prevent such unprincipled bipeds being sent to Congress. Let them do it tho impositions we have been compelled to submit to for tho last three years owing. To a combination of paper makers is almost beyond belief. And when we see members of for treas attempt to assist these paper makers Iri this disreputable Liuasi Ness to fee like striking it tho rascals with null our might. These forty members a indebted to the Ideal papers of their districts for Tiff places they occupy and now Villien a question comes up Between a80p of Rich monopolists and tho country Prev by they is Poi to the a fuse of the Forfar to the Hovious Detri neut of the fatter Hie repeat that editors should Mark these Mon the people a bound Hiatky them and War in their hearts Mever a a Ain to support thens tar any position Ifa they rte Stich admirer a. Of Podpori piano. A we. Bay formed a Loa Guefa Aist the press and the e -people,.lot Thorn Falk to them for to Lilica a Lipport and is co Fioro Thow h1 land Jav a a a a a Buston and in old blood and without Noti of shot Down Mim women and children in the streets of in Arporn a ferry. Brown and a number of his Fullow ots Torii ova a powered arrested tried and hit god. It was evident however Notor tho a Frost and Conj Votion of tho traitor murderer and to Lief that to had tie warm sympathy of tho lending a a a club la ans a As Thoy called Trio selves of the country indeed John Brown was Only a Advance of tie party. Such Mon As Lincoln Seward. Sam nor Jim Lane and triad Stevens had talked bitterly against the Siuth and in favor of a division of the Union but Jon a Brown More bold. On Tiki Pontod the see act desire of his party and at onco struck the blow. To suffered a eath of the Gallows for his treason but those who bad furnished him with the sinews of Watt Money arms and ammunition were permit fitted to hide Tatj Bolves from tho indignation of patriotic men and to a a nth no a to Eon Coet in secret additional a plans foe the accomplishment of Browne a original Objet to civil War and a dissolution of the a Ynio n Stevens was one of Thorn he sympathized with John Brown and Hub new England ooh Spiratos and it is ail right and proper that he should deliver. H Eulogy upon the Man who of Alf others was tho cause of this doll Ohrablo Oil in War.-,. A i John Brown was but one of thousands who bad resolved at All hazards,.to involve tho country in intestine strife. There Aro Ulen in High positions to who had tho Yiben hanged like country might have been saved the fearful trial it has experienced. But no they wore permitted to escape and to now Leo them,.with Brazon impudence talk flippantly about their a a their loyalty Quot and at the Taino Timo he old up the traitor. Kiihn Brown As Anaf boost patriotic and upright Man a who is to. Liao Monument Ere Etc a Quot to his Momory a rights lot the Man who fired tho in this War and who. Slide Trio first blood ivo a Monument by nil Means and Leti Strevens Apo intend its erection. A tho sympathy manifested by tho Prepetit administration for the Browne family affords Good evidence that or. Lincoln like Thad Stevens regarded old Johns raid upon virginians Quot honest. A Afrisio and All the relatives of tho old sinner Down to his forty second Cousin Are quartered upon the govern Mintat snug Farios. Man of them we see it stated Are men of no of parity what Ever but no matter they Are Brawns and Are permitted to draw , without rendering a cents Worth of equivalent to the country. \ they Are the relatives a of John Brown the first open traitor and rebel and that not makes them favourites with the administration and the infidel Crow of new , Olio have always been disloyal to their country but who now Muke Ioney by rating about a loyalty a and a patriotism a a 1-�?� ago it was arrant Seto Esb Frenson to talk of peace. The word a a peace a Vas applied in derision to do amp of crafts a a it be no time now to talk of peace when we Are at War a was a favorite argument with the Ajio fiction apostles of Bastile Liberty How great the change. Who. Would have believed even six months ago that a the Powers that be Duhl have descended from its High and lofty Peteh to Knock three Timos it the door of Jeff. Davis to obtain a pass on a Mission of peace a it is All nonsense to say in was not a duly credited agent. To went with the approval of the. President by Bis permission it is not necessary to this nude standing that to should see Bis pm pers. To of a old not pass the lines without Pissos his Mission is of failure. Whatever transpired is Knoring in secret at the White How so and Jill we can. Do is to congratulate fiem on a banging Effort to. Get on the a a pm Opatik platform. Lincoln has a a put. His foot in it Quot however. In sending Blair to Byis he has virtually re of need the confederacy opened tho Way for an off Loial Reo Goninion by european nations. I a a a ibb cbue1tt p Abu unum. Wore the fanatic Siam of the Cal abolitionists not comp Rotoly Blind and a thinking the events odour Rizig around them Ivory would to sufficient to in duo then to pause in their career of madness and Folly. They have proof pirated the Mott appealing and Wido spread misery upon to Whito race of this country without in any Way Benefit Ting tie negro. By breaking up the Sooil relations which existed Between tho two in Quot cos in tho South Thoy have failed to effect any Good a to tho a har Ity people of the North in behalf of tho Many negroes who followed Shorr Nan a any in its narc i through Georgia will show to what a. Miserable condition these poor Oro Fures Hayo Boon suddenly Rod tired by those who profess. To to their friends with these facts before him it cannot take any a Uquill Lalji Jungui Viollt a Sci 111 111v Toiv Little tho negro is Bonef ufos by being torn from his Honio on tho plantations of the South to Beaumo a pensioner on the government or n wrote Hood the precarious and Uncertain Charity of a Puoplo already 6ildfy oppressed with pecuniary birr thens. Tho Appeal which follows is pub Lis Hedin tho w Ashington National it Coli Jen car. While it exhibits a sad picture of destitution Atid strongly appeals to tho charitable it furnishes in argument against the policy of tho abolitionists i a Appeal a or title Blacks i deviated us Snett i. Many a army. In Geol Iaia. R -1 \ a Good men and women of to lib no rth we earnestly Appeal to you in Bebel of the to lion Sands of buffering negroes by High gon. Slier Man Lias just liberated by his triumphant March through Georgia whenever lie Lias borne our Flag Thoy Halo hastened to follow it with1 ample Faith in tie truth o Goy Arnmon Prid the Charity of the no tip a. Tto by Hays arrived of tho boast offer Long in Arches no a severe privations a worry famished sick and almost naked a a. A 1 a a Sevon Hundred of these wretched people arrived at Beaufort Christmas night in a state of misery Elifah would Havo moved the Advance a of a. Host no less Ilof Tiute the stores of tho Gover Mont already overtaxed1 to Supply n Large Numy Are not available t Felix to their wants and unless Trio Charity of the North comes Spoo Dily to the. Rescue Dion by he Nure a from exp Suro and disease. 1. A a a Quot so Otto to old entire is the poverty of Thoat Quot people that nothing which you can afford to give w ill amiss. Clothing is pressing heed a especially for women and children who cannot Mcvear Ali o castoffs garments of soldiers. Slides Ned Quot Shook Ings. Of sponsors hats and Quot underclothes of All kinds Are hardly Lees a this climate a than in tho a utensils med Ibi Nev Money Viiu Travo to spare a will find its use among Thia wrote cod Puoplo. A ithe so veral i Edom on Saidt societies at the North and sufficient for your Bonifi Conte. For the Sake of suffering Hinnau Ity we Pray you let them to quiokly1 and abundantly Follo did i a a Beau fort s. C. Jami. 7, 1865.�?� a so us to investigate frauds. Tri the House of on. Tie 28th Short Debato ensued on the motion to appoint a committee to investigate into the gig Tentio frauds and swindles tit a Tio a upon tho government it a of Stini ated that Treasury is robbed of Abo Ift of dollars each whip he am Tinl is divided among the a a Loyal scoundrels tho sing praises to Lincoln and tho negro. After u half hours a debate Tufa Friot Iohp to appoint a Oom Mittee was voted Down of Loti won and the subject dropped. Or. Hale Republic Capoj Hampshire spoke on . Lio snid of a a a i do not be Tufit any Good had resulto from investigating a tho corrupt us if the government. Last year a committee wins no Pei chd to investigate the corruptions of the Navy department. It did after the Navy department ordered the a vein and seizure of tho prof Opal Voit Noss a Ilia store Odd property in by ooh was it ii de and he was no to be released for a sum less than $50,000? the Navy. Department went further ft1 sent a commission running about the country to find out something Nga pet. The. Chairman of the commit to of that inv a bigoted Tbs be frauds Pun a of tvs a to la Yvor x 1__ in. Shocking trages it to Ini on of till clbrk8 a Ltd to it. Woman Foj. Fat i a a it she follow # Illinois Blairs pm by a in ifs ti10 returned to Washington from Bis Sorond the Man who is suppose cd to be the actual peace Mission to Jeff. Davis. Alitalo Wilile Secretary of the Navy gave instructions to Aeo it was arrant Shebesh a Damn to tilt of a we Ipoh i a a a a a Quot Quot 9 a daily get Vercial shoddy is a if califor Mahsill no Thor furnish troops or take greenbacks for Money they had better go ouzo Mitbo unit no at woe a of Ronreo rip up the Goose Tomt fays tho Golden egg a with a ragout Only and men of Straw to mat me Public affairs�?T,1 what do we want with a suite that twill stand on a Gold basis and won t ruin Borsoff for tho cause of unfed Versal Nigger Froc Dom. All Means pleasant my in go of Pekoe fades upon the. Horizon., All that has been written or said , concerning Trio blessed influence which preliminary he got Batipps were to oort of iinds of the rebel leaders and through i them upon the states in rebellion becomes As a a tale Tbs tia told a in the face of the nows from Richmond -. 4 fax a War it Means War prosecuted with now Energy of despair and with All the fresh impulse which men Long. Strung to Oue purpose and wearied by a series of ,�0 of Toni Fly do Eiten in no orly of Tolfe Lihos Iloa which Quot they Aie acting a and of this is try fonts Yah web they use. J Quot a of. It would be childish not to Seo air to to a Simp. F��?T6� of the pm pm tar fco i chg who Juii. Fag Asch Chango upon the a aspect fax affairs at tho South a Abu Adait in Prosco Ting Tjio diva r Vris a tho re a i he lib a a insisted a that. We shall pm Fly of it Jet a yer Aro Henc efort i a to Eno counter All the Fife pm do Force who ohm tho cd a cd nti ated p assigns of a Bulo pm pea Eon put Ogi Rig of Iti.--. A it at tho tho very hour Fenry and he a i will read r a a some time in tho Spring of 1862 a lot of ship Timber was offered to the government at $14 per ton at . It Wanh refused. After this a was put info the Yard at $28 per ton. Did John a Nale have anything to do with Quot it a a Eto. A. Or. Johnson of Maryland do you Kwh who wrote these instructions to the com Tifis sinners you of a a or. Hale i do not know the handwriting exactly butty our know f am q yank have a right to guess., dlr. Do vie of �?Tkeht�btj--wh�m1 do you guess it was a a 1 a or. Hale i guess it Wos the Man who is a the actual Secretary of the Navy. I or. Hale continued his remarks boat aug a tha Tiff was Well know that there had been a the most1 gigantib1frauds in the Navy de Spur Mont Ana that these frauds had been Dis covered and Hob perpetrators found out but there it ends.1�?T nothing had Tendone tothe guilty parties. A these in vestige Tiona had no Leffett whatever and it Wos useless too tin be them any Longor. A of Genera 1, Mcclellan gone to a general Eccl Olmari with Ufa wife and child sailed ofor Europe in the steam ship China on . The at. It world says the general himself leaves the country at 0 re fief a be i hut the health Mcclellan is such that their medical advisers counsel a Brief res Denoo abroad As necessary to Itaf restoration. They 1 will remain in England but a few s in France to hardly longer and will proceed at Unce to Rome Romai Aing Alfaro several week s and thence to a Dresden or perhaps the Bough of France for the sum Ier months returning a probably a a tho fall or Early Winter. There will by no american abroad a not Evon in , be Tor Able than general Mou Dellun. To represent i our cause aright since he up enc hot Finly. For that one half of a the Loyal North who Oast their. Votos for his Lection to the chief magistracy but for allth�js0 who love tho Union Andary determined that it shall he restored and americans can Hove no better a representative a abroad Tymn a one who has Dino so a much to ass oct the nations nod to Viu Dixato its authority and who,.in�?~any-�?Tforoign country is incapable of a Cir Emmering atty i thing of that which hos Boen unworthy the afe Orwan non ten and Lia. A a a. a ,. Pos Able cause of tue deed. Washington Jan. 30. This evening about half past four of look Ashr Burrow Elora in tho Abii troller a of file in tho Treasury do Parmont web Outing Down tho stairway in Thomas tend of tho building he wits shot by miss Harris of. Chicago one. Ball passing through his Olieo and one through Hia body penetrating Hie heart. He Sauk upon the stops Aud without &Quot-hfte.�?T-ing1 a word Boon died. -1�?T r Ltd a it. A a a miss Harris walked out deliberately and started Down towards the Avenue when Olin was overtaken by one a of the door keepers and without any resist Anoo taken Buok find soon afterwards was Takon away by n police Offia or. She to very Young and had some with Long Black curly hair and of very pro possessing Appe a there Are Many conflicting rumours of to tho Causo of shooting but null agr co As to the Point of his having b Eon very a intimate with my is Harris Rind having promised her mar Hagen she visited Bitri once her fast Winter but he Post onal the a Urriago and finally married another. She buys that he refused liar Trio position she and a rights to and but one thing remained for he Burrow s has Boon hero Abonit Therrio years booming from Illinois and via a Zofy efficient a of fit of Iritha hey do Ilar Mont. 1 a la a a the to ibo soar oely n doubt that general Moade a of cd a rte moved from Hie command in general Grant sarm Yiu he was in Washington with Hia staff in thursday 1�? general. Sheridan is to suooeodrhim.�?T. Meade and Quot Grant Are not on Friot idly terms. They love not been for a Long time a though he saved Pennsylvania from my Avion in 1863, and acted with such marked gallantry that his fellow Oit Isons presented him with a res Isonoe in Philadelphia. General Meade is now taken away from an army that has known him for Over Throe years. -. What i Snow 00m-�mand is to to is not Nunno snood. There Ore reports Thot hels Tod rave Ono. It is stated that o ads oame Down the Jamos tuesday the commander of the federa Monitor. . Dago that was at Upshor below the South of the. canal of grossly to prevent such a movement became terribly . He at once got ii steam and sailed Down to City Point giving most into Horn it reports Ofidis Ster above. A a a a. ,1 to Confederate general Early has been removed from by mind a the Benn Nduna Valley. He a succeeded put Fancera a Gordon. Sheridan Spray is quiet at wino Hoster. On january 20th to sent put , two Hundred Strong which in arc Hod Down the Woodstock. Here Thoy surprised Small con fed in tip Camp. Capturing about fifty�?Tprispnpi-s., to Joy turned Back towards Winchester but Lead far when the conf doritos attacked a them released nil the prisoners seized the Camp equipage and baggage and killed wound Oil and captured Joy Onty Federal soldiers the Rem a of Antof tho i Uraj was to Mug into winches. Ter in shrill parties ,011 tuesday lust. A t1?� Dea of Niak ipg no a Early attack upon a Wilmington App ears to have been Given up a the Federal Tro Pii have Notye to Ltd Vancord. Towards the Ofay they Hayo received no to a a and still remap. In fort f.ish-r confederates have constructed a. Formidable Lino of earthworks completely across Federal Point at Battery Catlin. Four Miles of fort Wisnor. Tho Federal Guh a boats Havo advanced Thrpo Miles above fort Quot Fisher along Capo fear Hyiyer. The to Naff a pop. In tho water and forts. Of tho Banks li0ivorer, y revolt Fortl 1 or Oral is Ploton of Illinois Trio Penco commissioner 13 reported,.to. Hyvo returned a from Frehm , Jan. 28. A rom the South. a to. I. Of. Lee7 appointed a Oen Tralin chief Bree Ken a a Ridge Secretary of War a of fasting a Cattail to a be burned Cly thing for Union prisoners Exchange of prisoner a Drc. A. A John c. Breckinridge secret Aryl of i j a a a a a a. War. A. V a the Iti Crimond of january 28th a states 1 that. General Brycki Fidge h As. Been appointed Morotn Fiyo of War rep a feed at poit Meril of l be fis3en-. Eral he Chi if. A film tho Aioli Monel in go tin a a it was reported to Tufit tho Pressa cup Fajfar. General Loo gooral to Ojuel of Tbs Dorate Orf aies Atid Gehe fal Johnston to the command1 of the army of North Virginia. A a 1 Oner Iuan to co Tomaidi the ? Are by of .2. Car Respondence if v a the Dent 1 a a a that Hohas born re Tori Huter a a army of Hope Toni �?�611 understood help that tha Otton a a. Jimos and of tho Potomi a. N two Ufi looted t comma i. _ a a Menam. ,08t lit or ring. Big Boto Are Altora a a Knock Leo out of Tinto in thu cd Quot no ? Mill to bring about p Viloe by hard a to 1 cd &Quot>0 ing. With the Odds in of or of ,n5fir it a shored a i it pm it iat Otho no Ujj Quot 1�?T pills of. Uhf Hula Hua maj. »u0 of a l, ii. Aido of Fin Tjioe round. A the mgr iohool8 Troty Suft Kinnai a Gye in in y two Hundred a and Nin Coon tease a Vilh thousand one Hundred and a inst Quot i 8,9 a abolition or Thanet. Ltd. Noty Echo Lori. Thu Power to take Money out of ,i16 a a a a to. Odu oat of forgo Ceil Drsini ? How cant Peoples Money far suah Anuran i this Yorito. To teen Are Strango Timss is that provision of the Constitution or a a Otho which says no Money a j y undo by Law is wantonly violated. Stave Banks convbrt�o�70 nation bank., tho House at Harrish. Wednesday last the presented a a a communication from the state treasurer i answer to the Quiry what state Banks hid gone into business under the National Law who replied that the were fifty eight in number. Having a map Sta of 520,592,388,30. Their Ohn Ngo Layos a capital of Only $6,930 995 50 a invested in i Bank under the state Faw takes from tho Commonwealth a tax which hit and year amounted to $433,471,41. May Utiss. A . Plod in porn a a per bbl do., extra,., _do., by., do., White what Bushki , Fri a cob -oat., Spring darlot a fall do., cloves Ebbid Thot unsaid dp., do., do., so. Do. Do., da.,. Do., 1st, 1885. 10,50 10,00 8,00 2,59 2,10 1,55 a 1,55 is .75 1,70 u,50 4.40 Philadelphia Market feb 1st, 1865. Flour a Perfito a a extra rte flour. Corn Orala what Rod. A a White str a j Cor Jellow a a White of Virld a Mitis. 9, so v 11 50 a 9 00 8 00 250a 2 60 2 80 1 74 1 65 1 80 92 a a 15 25 2 32 notice the agricultural so Bioty Wil meet at tin a arbitration room in it tho Couri ipod to in to i it Borough of Carllile or saturday tho 7th of feb t iary. 1805, at 11 of look a. M. By Krilor of to president a Quot a a a. A it a i d. B. Craft Fob,2 -18d5i a a a Avo ice. To Ficaj is her fiby Given Tomt i intend i al a it Ipp y to the next court of Qun Tor so Simon of Cuin Berlund county to to hold on tho 10th a of april ,.for i it Licousi to cop a Roit Murar and per House in tho East Ward of tho Brouil of carlialo.,. A f Quot George re Isner. Fob. 2, 18q.r>-2t. A # Carp ets i carpets r.ltay�2, from new York nil Kint and qualities off. Capots Oil a lots matting looking glasses a window Shade curtain mat rials Tubolo covers Widosh Rothig Pillow muslims Towo Lings Cruff Tjerand All kinds i House furnish ing,.goiftdi. Also a Largo Stock . A a persons in want plot by Otho above Good m Rospoch fully invited . Goods at tho Lowe ran ret a Noluo. Additions will be Mado is the Sci son and Vandop. Pricor paid pot rigs.1 a East main by cot Ono door Miclow a i tiny a Hotoph a a a a a it 1 = .w.-c. Safyer Fob. 2,11865. 1 a a a a Oytice cd to votive is hereby Given to lit a Ett i of admin stration a on tho Tostato of Jac amoncfl.�?~�?~. A i a a d it 1. The. Vessel which Oarrie sly pm Ink Ofalian will hoc tho Bosev wish a of a Host of , my Ino it a cd life Rhino a such As hardly Evor before eos to their Bohe a diction to any travel or. And although the general de Olund the Munif Faulent outfit which waa Tond Efad to my Hen his Ray and his Afaf 2nfafa?f 0��?T5? a a in. If Fie a Bravo men we a storming fort 0,r a a a t of p a up a bub�?o�aati4pfa?f.toatfh� too amp ship yug Ulfat it which was the do sap oin Tod c Ould Siut to Leb was in a Tusti Feitig a was a a Jipos Siblo to Tuke it. Wholly baulked. Proper Attolis for burning the Cotton in North Carolina South a Carolina a and Georgia a a a fr0in to Richmond Sontino Jon 27, two Are pleased to measures Are in. North Carolina South Carlina and a Georgia to Barri All Cotton thief is in danger of failing into the enemy a hands. How much better would it have been destroyed the Large Quantity stored inst ankh and thus Hoye prevented its falling into the Honda of Sherman. Clothing for the Union prisoner from tho Iti Osmond a Jimj Ritoh Jan. 28j1 r a Large fan kits boxes amp of were yesterday delivered to the Federal prisoners confined m right Pond. Brigadier go neral Hays reached Hurt a a thin . He in tin of the deliver of the or Tholos he will remain till the distribution1 is a pin a pc trip. When to pro cod to nth or parts of to confederacy where the Yan kpe.8 Ore confined in order to superintend further distribution. Seventeen Fiu Midred Agoa. A pc n Fargo letter mail were sent Down to colonel Milfor of or a Quot. A Wei Uwi a Audi univ prisoners Iri to North., a Exchange of prisoners Tofa tho Kilt Ifa Ond 1 di�8at�b.-J�ri. 27 p. A a. The boats pm. Allie Png arid1 Quot pm vlffakp1 we Faye re cd a to this morning to Tommu Hoate with the Yankee boat at Mariria Ono thousand Federal a prisoners will he Sentoff for Exchange among whom is Bob a it b. Francis a Corros bedent of tho new York world. Who is to be exchanged for or be turned from the Epli lieutenant . Thoas army Bot a and Lori fixed in of a a of fasting and ii appoint aug next a i prayer of Effew we a a Auy out a a of Public fasting a hrs a to of Marrh i Toyce and prayer. A adminis Tragiou a on Vuu Miv v. Bill Lato of Sil v or shh town ship ilcc�?Td., h been grouted to amp it to it residing in Faapio township. A. 1 v. All persons ind Obod to the request tto Nemko ,. And those Bari a Xvi this will present them for settlement. Quot a a a Margaret Dill Jalvy a expo Frix a a a 1 audit or so notice. Ttye us der i Griffe a haying been appoint Quot audio a distributor Iho asset in to la i ban of a David ,.adininifliir�tdr of no iry serf i of a do to Peke Ebort Agir to wish rpm dovd., to a it Ong Bosoi entitled Tori Rcd Elve the Samo u Mot for Itiat purpose at Thoi record or a office Carlisle on a Cut to nday the 25th of Tepu hex of re or to at i m a i Jan 2&y 18�5- 8t i i in. To a la a a a. J j Toa a a i. A a to it a a al Lii i Iris ahoy company cont a Plano Holdi air in la heirs. Iia la Oom Ponc evening of , 1865, n a a terminating on the evening of to 18th�, Thop coed of wbk a a Var. To be appropriated to liquid ing tho debt Tbs company on their eng Iio Uso is Appeal to the elder a of Tbs Aitkens of Oarl Islo and Vicinity to1 in this Noble Ector Priolo. We would also Sepo tho kindness brother Bremen of other cd yes to lend is a helping a Jap a it \ any fancy articles a your ingenuity may81 Gost to denote vill to thankfully to cofoed by of Nunn Gnu 4 r.1vjoffidpfi committed and ,., it goods Aan be a left at i comm Uoo. I a. A Ryt resp of fully a your. Robert molar toy Jelt a a goo. o 1 ,. Quot a Lobar a mar Inion 1 a 1 John polis. 1 a a a a a to Dow ,1. A if a Uhter Sphar Caa Irno jap.,25 1865-. ,-<ii.�?~- a a Quot a. I a ori/.-. I i11. 1 a of i ribs Ribor a lilo ire Alton now slip a a tho first of july a Light coloured but Lipto a her it Fawnita Book and we Jinfa. End about right can in on til h old., Tbs pm Ato Cornog of Rirardo Provo drops Raj Tuke Lucr o was Oral to she Mill a scar fam Ding to uni a Ltd a a a Pifari in a Ini Fai .j��45t3t us or lib both i a Mui Quot on the 4tb of january in hands of i Ibry by Eidi a who la to Quot Tito sofa sent a nth. Lied Jan. 12, 1885�?it�

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