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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - June 08, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA your country May it always be right a but right or wrong vol. 51.carlisle, pa., thursday june 8, 1865. To. In a american Volunteer. Published Etbert to Turbat Uorn Iko by Jotun b. is subscript now a two doll feta if paid within tha Dellaira and gents if not paid i item the year. These terms will be rigidly and scrod to in Ivory instance. No subscription Dis a continued until All Are paid unload at a the a of twin of the editor. / adv rip la la Bunta a Byth Cash and Etc ceding one Square will be Insor Tod three 5�nes for $2.00, and Twenty five Conta for oath additional insertion. Thou Graf Cor length in proportion. Jon pain Tina such of hand Billa posting Bills lamp lots Blanks labels act Sci itch with to our of and amp to to shortest notice. The thug to heaven by Christ was made try heavenly strength the rails were Laid 2?rom Barth to heaven tho line extends to Joys eternal Thuro it ends. Tho Bible is the Engineer a that a bowl tho Way to heaven Olear Thomire Ond team god s holy word which to his people Joys afford. A a Flo Pontanos is the station then where passengers Aro taken in and All that would to glory ride must Homo to Christ in him Oon fido. Thon Como poor sinners now in time. To any station on tho line. A amp of you repent and turn from sin the train will Stop and Tajee you in. And if the train should shortly Call Well enter in Thoro s room for All. Of Why should to Jant to delay ? when Jesus Falls let us Oboy. We have kind friends who went before. Who landed Safe on Canaan a Shore. No sorrow there can them annoy where All is love and Paoo and Joy. . We re going Home. We re going Homo to re going Home. To die no More. Somebody a darl1jg. Into a Ward of tho whitewashed Halls where tho Doad and dying Lay. Wounded by bayonets shells and balls somebody s Darling was borne Ono Day somebody s Darling so Young and so Brave wearing yet on his Palo Sweet Foo soon to be hid by the dust of the grave the lingering Light of his boyhood s Grace 3iattod and Damp am the our la of Gold hissing tho Snow of that Fiir Young brow a Palo Are the Lipof of Deligato Mould somebody s Darling is dying now. Bank from his Beautiful Blu joined brow Brush Oil tho wandering Waves of Gold Cross his hands of his bosom now somebody Darling is still and cold. Kiss him onco somebody a Sake. Murmur p Rayfe soft and Low a one Bright our from its fair a amp a take. They wore somebody a Pride you know j a somebody hand hath rented there was it a mothers soft and White. And Havo the lips sister baptized in tho Waves of Light ? god knows Bost he has somebody a Riovo j somebody a heart enshrined him Thero j somebody waited has name above night and morn on to wings of prayer Flom body wept when be marched away. Looking so handsome Brave and grand j a somebody s kiss on his forehead Lay somebody Clung to his parting hand. Somebody s waiting and. Watching for him yearning to hold him again to their heart and there holies with his Blue eyes aim and tho smiling childlike lips pc. Tenderly Bury the fair Young dead. ,. Pausing to. Drop on Bla grave a tear carve on to wooden slab at his head. A a somebody s Darling alg Bers "hfedlane�d�.1 the Ftp of angers. 1 come Ady and Jane its time you were an bed said mrs. Freeman Tocher Little girls about in iffy. Of look one evening. Ady Wab nine years old and Jane was a year and a half younger. The two children bad Boon sitting at the work table with their Mother Cue of them studying her lesson anti to other engaged in a piece of fancy Needle work papa Busutt come yet answered Ady. No dear. But it is getting late an j tis Lime you were in bed. He May Home for an hour. A. A lady Laid aside her work and left tho table and Juno closed Hor books and put them Hway in her school Satchel. You can Light the Little lamp on the Man the piece said mrs. Freeman after a few moments looking around As she spoke when she saw that the children had both put on their. Born its and were tying their warm baps about their necks. She a understood. the meaning of this and therefore did not ask a question although the tears haute to her eyes and Hor voice sunk almost inaudibly As she said a it is very old out to night children. A but we wont feel it Mother a replied Ady 1 we will run along very quiok.�?T-, and the two Little ones went out before their Mother whose feelings were choking her so she would not say another word. As they closed the door after them she raised her eyes upwards and murmured. A god bless and Reward the dear children. It was a Bleak Winter night and is the Little adventurers stepped into tho Street the. Wind swept fiercely along and almost drove them Back against the door. But they caught each other by the hands and bending their Little forms to meet the pressure of the cold Rushing air hurried on tho Way Thoy were going As fast As their feet could move. Quot tho Etro ete wore dark and deserted but the children were no afraid. Love fitted their hearts and loft no room for fear. They did Mit speak a word to each other As they battened along. After Oinga distance of Beveral Bio uits Ibey stopped us sure a House Ever the Dee of Yihwa True h handsome ornamental Gas lamp bearing the words a oysters refreshments a it was a strange place for two Little girls to enter and at such an hour a but alter standing a moment they pushed against the Green door which turned its hinges and stopped into i Large and brilliantly lighted bar room. A bless us a exclaimed a Man who sat Reading a Here Are these babes again a Ady and Jane stood near the door and looked All around the room. But Thoy did not Bee the object of their search and going up to tho bar they said timidly to a Man who stood behind it pouring liquor into glasses a has papa been Here to night a the Man leaned Over the bar until his Faco was close to the children when to said in an angry Way. ,. A i done to know about your father and see Here 1 Dunn to Yuu Como any More. If you do ill Call fall my big dog the Yard and make him bite you. Ady and Jane Felt frightened As Well by the harsh manner of the angry wards of the Man and they started Back irom him and were towards the bad faces when the person who had first marked their Entrance called out log cd enough for them to hear him. A 1 come Hare my Little the children stopped and looked at him when he beckoned them to approach and they did so. A Are Yon looking for your father a he inquired. A yes sir a replied Ady. 1 and what did that Man at the bar say to you a. A he said that papa Wasny there and that if we came Hore any More he would set Bis tig Doe on a lie did i a yes la be Man knit Bis brow for an instant and said. 1 who sent you Here a nobody a answered Ady. 1 done to your Mother know you have come yes sir. She told us to go to bed Bill we go unti papa was Home. And so to came for him a he is Here.�?T. A in he a and the children Siamoes Bright ened. A yes he sat the other Side of the room Sloe pm ill Wake him for half intoxicated and sound asleep if was with some difficulty that or. Freeman could be aroused. And soon however,.As his fairly opened and he found that Ady and Jane had each grasped his hand he arose up and yielding passively to their direction buffered them to Lead him away. A a of dearly exclaimed a Man who had looked on with wonder and interest. A that s a Temperance lecture that i can to god bless the Little ones a he added with emotion and give them a sober father.�?T. A a guess you never saw then before said the bar keepers lightly. A no and i never wish to again at Lei it in this place. Who is their father Freeman the lawyer.�?T. A not the one who a few years ago Oon Duc a ted with so much ability the Caso against the Marino insurance company the some.�?T. \ a is it possible group was formed about the Man and a Good Deal was said about Fri Emanus fall from sobriety. One bad several times seen Ady and Jane come in and Load him Home As they had just Doce spoke of them with much feeling All agreed that it was a most touching Case. A to see a said one a How passively he yields himself to the Little things when they Hootne after him. I feel sometimes when i see them almost weak enough to bed a they Are his Good Angels remarked an a other. A but in a afraid they Are not Strong enough him Bank to tho path which he has forsaken. A you can think what you please about it gentleman said the landlord a but i can toll you my opinion upon tho subject i give much for the Mother who would let two Little things like them go wandering about tho streets alone at this time of a _. One if had expressed interest in Quot the children Felt angry at this remark and retorted with some bitterness. 1 and i would give less for the Man who would make their father drunk a ditto to that responded the company. A i a and Here a my band for that said an theland lord finding that the the company were Likely Tobe against him smothered Hie angry feelings and Kef get silent. A few minutes a afterwards two or three of the Inma Tob of this bar room went away. About ten of clock on the next morning while Freeman who was generally sober in the fore part of the Day wee in his office a stranger entered and after sitting Down. I Mast grave. Your Pardon before hand for what i am going to say. Will you Promise ? if you Effort an insult i shall resent it said the lawyer. A so far from that i Homo with the desire to do you a great service.�?T. A very Well say iwas night. A Well a. A and i Law something Thero that touched my Hoart. If i Slot at All it was Only to dream of it i am a father sir 1 i have two Little girls and i love them tenderly. Of i sir the thought of their coming out Seo Roh of me such old Winter night in such a. A you will never Liao there for to again the children lifted their eyes to his face but half understanding what he meant. A i will never go Thero again he added i will always stay at Home with you Ady and Jano now comprehending whet their father mount overcome with Joy bid their faces in his Lap and wept for Joy Low As this had been said every word reached the mothers ear and while Hor heart stood trembling Between Hope and fear or. Freeman Drew n paper from his pocket and throw it on the table Byi which Ehe wus sitting. She opened it hastily. A it was the pledge with the Well known signature it the Bottom. With a cry of Joy she sprang to his Side and his wife Little ones in a fonder embrace than they had known fur years. The children a love had saved their father. They were indeed his guardian Angele. A Burt me in the was sorrow there and tears were in every Eye and there wore Low half suppressed sobbing heard from every Cor per of the room but the Little 8ufierer was still its Young spirit was just on the verge of departure. The Mother was bending Over it. In All the speechless yearnings of maternal love with one Arm under its Pillow and with the other unconsciously drawing the Little girl closer and closer to her bosom. Phor thing in the Bright and dewy morning it and followed out behind its father into the Field and while he was there engaged in his labor it had patted round among the Meadow Fli Iwers arid had stuck its bosom full and All its burnished tresses with Carmine and Lilly tinted things and returning tired to its fathers Side he had lifted it upon the loaded cart but a Stone on the Road had shaken it from its seat ponderous Iron rimmed wheels had ground it Down into the vory cart a nth and the Little crushed or Esturb was . We had All gathered up closely to its bedside and Oyer he Young one to eee if itys to breathed when a slight movement came Ever its lips and its eyes partly opened. There was no voice. But there was something its eyelids which Mother alone could into prot. Its Lipa trembled again and we All held orig breath its eyes opened a Little farther and then we Hoard the departing spirit whisper in that ear which touched those Ashy lips Mother Mother 1 done to let them carry me away Down to the dark old grave Yard hut Bury me in the Garden in the Gayden Little sister Whoso eyes were rain Irig Down with the melting of. Her heart had crept up to the bedside and taking up the band of the dying girl sobbed aloud id its ear a Julia Julia 1 Oano to you speak to Antoinette a the last fluttering pulsation of expiring nature struggled hard to Little spirit to utter one More wish and two d. Of off motion its soul was on its lips when it whispered again Bury me in tho Garden Mother Bury me Irtz the a and a quivering came Over its limbs and a feeble struggle and All was . The application of soap As a detergent is not of High Antiquity Bike other useful things electric communication for instance it seems to have been known by a fast for a considerable time before it was turned to its most serviceable to. Count. Soap at first was merely a cosmetic for smoothing the hair and brightening the complexion. When once its valuable and dete Sivo Powers were discovered doubtless by accidents its employment spread rapidly. Numerous soap manufactories sprang up in Italy notable in the Little a port town of Savona near Genoa whence the French name of soap tho manufacture spread in Spain and France. Marseilles became famous for its Biar bled snaps. Our word soap May come from the latin word Sapo a which a mentioned by Pliny As in invention of the gauls. A As Woolen garments preceded Linen so the fullers arts Fop Olean sing scouring and pressing cloths and stuffs a �0 older than the Washerwoman a being due it appears to one Nicias the son of Iler Miae. Hie grand discovery would be the employment of an Earth since named after the persons who use it. The Birian ,.irho washed dirty togas were persons of no Little importance. Their Trade and the manner of carrying it on were regulated by Laws such As the Lex mate la de Fullon Ibue. At one time fullers Earlw found very Superior Quality in Staffordshire Bedfordshire and other English counties was considered so for the dressing of cloth that to prevent foreigners from rivalling English fabrics it was my Fie a Oon Trabaris commodity and its exportation made equally criminal with the heiriou8 and wicked Export of Wool 1 How completely public1 opinion is changed. No Wenther Cook could make a More Porfert gyration from North to South from Oast to West. What is it Ori Mihal to Export now a convicts and contraband of War perhaps but certainly not harmless Eurth and Wool. Disturbed him deeply. To quite of his endeavours to remain Salni he trembled All Over. He made an Effort to say sorbet lying in reply but he would not utter a. Word. pursued the stranger a you have fallen into the hand of tho monster in temp Ranos and i feel that you Are m great peril. You have not however fallen hopelessly. You May yet Rise if you will. Let me then in tho Namo of tho Sweet Babos who Havo shown in so wonderful a. Manner,.their Iove to you conjure you to raise Superior to this deadly foe. Reward those dear children with the highest blessings their hearts can desire. Come with me and eign the pledge of Freedom. Let us though strangers to each other unite in this one Good not evening unexpectedly and to the Joy of his family or Freeman was perfectly sober when he Amo Home. After. Tea while Ady and Jane wer e standing on either Side of him and to sat near their Mother with an Arm around each of qaid in a Low whisper As he Bent Bis head Down and Drew a loser Yew poet l1urbate. Thackeray a Magazine in London paid Tennyson the poet laureate of England sixteen Hundred dollars for a poem and the following tuft stanzas Are just one half of it or eight Hundred dollars Worth what does Little Birdie say in her nest at Peep of Day ? let me Fly says Little Birdie Mother let away. Birdie rest a Little longer till thy tiny wings lire Etro Ngor so she rests a Little longer a then bib flies away. Whet does Little Bay say in her bed at Poep of Day ? baby says like Little Birdie. Let me Rise and haste away. Baby sleep a Little longer. A until her Little legs grow stronger r Rand after waiting like the Birdie baby too shall Fly away. Isnit that grand 7�?isn�?Tt that the quintessence of poetry 7 Here a sixteen lines of our own Maya an Exchange same style same Ynen euro and embodying about a much sen Timet Lor which we will willingly take a Quarter a what does Little Roggie say a in his Pori at Peep of Day let me swim Saya Little Frog Gie Bullfrog let to swim away. Foggie wait a Little longer till your Little legs Aro stronger Quot so he mounts upon a chunk and then into the Pori kor Chu no what does Little Piggie say. In his Sty at Peep of Day ? Piggie says like Little Roggie let me go and Root to Day Piggie wait a Little longer till your snout grows hard and stronger if you suck a Little longer Piggie then May Root away. Not so amusing incident took place at a Musio store on main Street the other Day which in Worth relating. A fast Young woman who was dressed More like our Young Mississippi country lasses than a City Belle entered the store in question and asked the Salesman to show her the latest musical publications. The Young clerk mistaking her fur a Green a Una handed Down for her Insp option. A a Ben Bolt Quot a Annie Laurie a the last Rose of sum mer a of the old Arm a Are these the latest publications Yon Havo a inquired the female. Fryes Madam these Are the latest publications issued a responded the Salesman Udu you know what i wish you would do with them a replied the Wonio. A a wrap them up for you Madam a answered the clerk. A no Ehe said i Haven to time to Tako them a i will do what you wish with them Madam a politely replied the Young a Well then a she responded you May Placo this old Arm chair aside seat Annie Laurie Quot give her a the last Rose of summer a to use As Ehe pleases and put old a Eben bolts to Kitsing her and let them kiss away until i news. That rascally correspondent writes from Hilton head a on Day a Soldier went into a store at Hilton head Stith two bottles. One was filled with sweetened water. And the other he wished to get filled with whiskey he got his whiskey and placing it in bib pocket said a. A a or. R., you can Onarga this to me till i come around again a can to see it said tho shop 4 give me Back that whiskey a the Soldier produced the Bottlo of water and after getting the empty bottle made tracks for tho Camp with his quart of whiskey safely stowed away in Hie pocket. Soon an officer visited the Toro and called for a quart of whiskey. The storekeeper gave him the soldiers quart but the officer tasted the stuff and said it was Devilish weak for whiskey whereupon the merchant s foe grew inn and after investigating the Case found he had been sold by that rascally ,. A an old trick but it worked successfully in this instance. A Vermont late Rev. Zeb. Twitchell was the must noted methodist minister in Vern it for shrewd and laughable sayings. In the pulpits to maintained a suitable Gravity of Tanner and expression but out of the pulpit he overflowed Wilh fun. Occasionally he would if Emor Goney seemed to require introduce something queer into a Sermon for the Sake of arousing the flagging attention of his hearers it was he who originated the Story of the great mosquitoes. Seeing that his audience was getting sleepy he paused in his discourse and digressed As follows Brethren you liar on to any idea of the suffering of our missionaries in the new set polluted place makes the blood run old it elements on to count if. The mosquitoes. Tho my vein mosquitoes in borne of those regions Are enor words so unexpected coming upon or. M,u8. A great Many of Thorn will weigh a Freeman when to was comparatively sober Pound and they will get on tho logs Aid i irk. Quot when the missionaries Are going along. By this time All the ears and eyes were open and he proceeded to finish his discourse. The next Day is bearers called him to to count for his telling lies in the pulpit there never was a Mosquito that weighed a Pound a said to. _ Brit i did no to say them would weigh a Pound i said a great Many of them would weigh a Pound Andl think a million of them would.�?�. But you said Thoy barked at the a. no no brother. I said they would get on tho logs and bark.�?�. E7 Josh Billings says of friends i got mine a d manage to keep them by not asking Thom Loran thing but advice. You Oano task anything Man that a Lovos to give More that costs him less than �7 done to Kiok the usurer till after you ave got your loan. A hotel former assassinations. A the murder of president Lincoln has occasioned the Hunting by of pre dents. Tho following Rasome of them a Irene Empress Consort of Greece lost her Power by the death of her husband and the consequent succession of his son Constantine i. To displace him Sho caused his eyes tube put out and afterwards had him killed by strangulation. William Rufus of England confiscated All the neighbouring estates to make a grand Muntiu Dupark for his own amusement. Sir Waltor Tyrrel the sufferers shot him with an Arrow and then fled to France. Rienzi the first roman Tribune was killed by a mob. A popular Viceroy of Naples. Was drugged by an artful enemy and killed by his own people for acts committed in his riri Naturel condition. Jamos i of Scotland waa killed by his no Bles in the or Canoe of the Queen and ladies of her court after a fierce struggle. I ohm Coeur de lion was killed by the Viscount de linings in France while Parl eying under a Flag of truck. Henry in of France though very worthy and popular had Twenty eight attempts made upon his life. Ravail Laa killed him with Dagger for which the Assassin was broken upon the Khan Ono of the Wisest of persian monarchs was killed in Bis own tent by a no phew with the Rion Ivanoe of his own body until. A a Gustavus of Sweden was killed by a Musket Ball fired by copt. Ankerstrom formerly in officer in Bis army. He was Hung for the attempts were made to take the life Sofge org i of England. Quot Man win approached him presenting a petition. While the King was Reading it. She attempted to Stab him. She Wae adjudged in me. ,. Apaul i of Russia was strangled with a Sil Ken Scurf by his Nobles even his own wife and children being privy to tho plot Ono of Quot them Luann der succeeded to the this was in 1801. Five futile attempts have been made to murder Queen Victoria without any apparent motive. Four of the persons were arrested two of them were sent to tho Madhouse and two transported. Tho fifth fired a pistol shot from a crowd while tho Queen was Riding with her husband missed and e c Speil. Tho plots against tho life of Napoleon i were numberless,.and some of his escapes very narrow and the present emperor has ban similarly threatened and imperilled. Anecdote of the Ziebo of tub Carolinas. A tho following circumstances related to me yesterday goes far to show that Gen. Sherman is no respecter of persons and shows very Little favouritism in the administration of affairs in his military while senator Sherman was Here on a visit about a week ago he was presented by Frank Blair with a very Fine horse captured during the South Carolina Campaign. He wus a to fold that Iio must got a pass from his brother the , before to could Blip tie animal to tho North but thought this would be a very Small matter. So he went to Cumpy so Headquarters to Tell him of his Luck and get the necessary document. A it splendid horse. said tho honorable senator and if you la just sign a permit ill take him up in Ehe boat with Cump replied adjusting his shirt Collar with both i grids Quot in a. Very glad lies a Good horse. We Are very much in need of Good horses in the array. I have some orderlies around Headquarters that Are did badly the grave and reverend senator was taken Aback by this and again remind cd the general that the horse had been presented to him and was not g Iver Rymont property. A a can t let you have him John. All the horses belong to Uncle Sam. Individual titles Aino Worth a cant a said crimp and so the senator was cheated out of his present. Let brotherly love Cincinnati commercial re Sierran Stanton wife a so Tritel at the _ in Cairo they Are not noted for dispatch in filling orders for meals. If a warm dinner is ordered some time is taken to Cook it not Long Eirise i stopped there and sat Down table with an elderly gentleman,.who ordered Squirrel. I waited some time for my dinner but wite almost through and the old gentleman was still waiting for his Squirrel. Brit his Pati Eneo was at length exhausted and he beckoned the Steward to him and said. / has the Man got a Good gun what Man a asked the Steward. A the Man that a gone to shoot tho Squirrel i ordered a said the old gentlemen with Groat Gravity. _ a just th6n,i hooked and did not Hoar the Steward answer but. J saw him disappear and in a few somonds the old gentleman was devouring his Squirrel with apparent relish. 1. people often seek to shelter their selves behind the widow mite and to give a pastry sum to benevolent objects under Oover of her contribution. The following incident Hari moral for All such. A gentleman on led upon a wealthy Friend for a contribution. A a yes i must give you Niy mite a said the Rich Man. _. A a you mean the widows mite .1 suppose replied the other to be sure i the gentleman continued i will be satisfied with half As much As she gave. Flow much Are you Worth seventy thousand dollars a he answer Quot live me then Beof for thirty five thousand that will be just half As Ipoh a the widow gave for she gave All she had. A it was a new idea to the wealthy mer Tiant. Fly an Irish Commodore being conf tied to Hie bed by a severe fit of the gout some sweeps were employed to sweep the Ohira Nies of the House next Dool to Hita and the boys by mistake Hume Down in tho Commodore s apartment. The boy confused it his mistake seeing the Commodore in bed said a sir my master will Home for you pres 6n-will he a said the Commodore. Leaping out of bed a i bog to be excused staying hero any longer then arid immediately Rad Down secrets of Many. Years ago at an inn in the West of England several persons were sitting around a fire in n Large Kitchen through which there to the other apartments of the House and amongst whom was a female traveller and a tailor. At this inn a Lodge of free and accepted masons was held it being Lodge night several of their members passed the company in tho was to the meeting room. This Cir ours taboo introduced observations on the of out signs by which masons could be known to each other when tho female observed that there was not so much mystery in masonry As people imagined and that she herself would person a masons sign. A a what a said the tailor a free and accented Mason a. A a Yib. A she replied a and ill bet a half Crown bowl of punch to be decided by any the members pm May Plemo to appoint. That i May perform my Why a says the tailor woman was never admit Tod then How a bit possible that you can procure these ret a. A a no matter for that a says Che. A a i will readily forfeit time Money i Lay if i do not prove the the of Many urged the tailor to accept the Ohn Plenge and the amount of the bet was deposited. The woman immediately started up and took the tii ilor by the Collar. A a come a says she a follow Ine a which he did trembling Asho went along fearing lie was to undergo some part of the discipline in making a Mason of which he had heard such a dreadful report. She led him into the Street and pointing to the sign of the lion and i Anub asked him whose sign tint _ Quot or. Lodges Quot answered the tailor by the name of the innkeeper. A a is he a free Mason / a Saifi the tailor. A a then i have shown Yon the sign free and accepted Mason a said the lady. The laugh was to much against the tailor that it was with Mrich difficulty to could be prevailed upon to take some of the Liq rior which was forthwith produced at his expense. A very considerable hotel keeper advertising. His Barton xk2�x,�?T concludes the advertisement in Jbv More than four glasses of this potent beverage at one sitting Faro fully sent Home on a wheelbarrow if . J86st Why is a married Man like a Candle ? because he goes Cut at night ought . A a j5@y.,Boya Are like vice Gary the Moro Mother there is in Thorn the Sharp air they be comp. Senator John Sherman a review of he difficulty very curious facts brought to Light Stanton a treachery Ond. Hall Eek a Malignity Halleck As the revolt a of ,&c., amp a. From communication in Washington chronicle tho court journal May 25. A quarrel Between two High officers of the Qvern ment is always unfortunate unseen. Lye and usually injurious to each. This is especially so when they Are working in the sume great cause and that cause brilliantly successful crowned with a glorious it is Idle to of Oneal Evi Devoes of. Passion eagerly promulgated by the Telegram and press and it is Well fur kindly lookers on to take a dispassionate View to see if �11 this heat is necessary. The writer of this knows both parties and is certainly Friendly to each. The commencement of any difference was with the Shorman Johnston this if approved by the president would have made peace Between the Prito Inao and the Rio Grande. The objections made to this Aid included in three propositions 1st. That Sherman had no Power to make such a treaty. A the answer is obvious that to never claimed or attempted to conclude tho a Range meet. All lie did concluded was truce for a few Days and he then submitted for the approval or rejection of the president this important offer general even in arranging the truck he had it All on his Side. Ilsup was still moving Anil lipid aug the outer coils of tho net while Slie nmn was building railroads Atul repairing roads and Bridges ready for the final Spring if the arrangement was. Disapproved. He gained everything by the truce and lost nothing. Johnston was corralled a and Ivas kept to by Quot this very truce while Sherman was never More Active in preparing for future movements if necessary. It is said generals have no business to make truces or Deal with political questions and that Gocr Inthas reproved for this but Hud made truces before and for a year has been distinguished for his treat sent of political questions without a word of cuu Tiou or repro from his superiors. The Telegram to Grant now published As an official order of in old Date was withheld from she rms and a Henrian had been instructed to open communications with rebel civil authorities. The second objection is that the arrangement recognized the rebel state governments and officials. This is the most serious objection and amply justified the government in rejecting or modifying the arrangement but the official papers show clearly that Sherman refused to Grant this shape or form until the order of , issued while or. Lincoln was present in Richmond convened tho rebel legislature of Virginia and recognized the rebel governor Smith. A Vith this order before him without p word of the contrary Tenor Sherman in formed Johnston of the order and waived his previous abjection to recognizing the Robe state Why should Sherman be denounced for submitting to tho new president a proposition based us on this order of the revocation of which he had not the least notice ? How unjust to arraign him for this and then conceal the fact that he was noting in pursuance of the policy of the former administration. The third objection is that be recognized slavery and restored tie old relations be Between master one slave. This is simply absurd. Sherman has repeatedly acted upon tho Validity of the proclamation of emancipation and tho Laws of Congress abolishing slavery and to idea of. Repeating or strengthening Thom by a military arrangement be tween the generals Nover entered Hie head. The official papers show that a urged Johnston to announce As a feet the extinction of slavery a fact that Sherman not Only regarded As fixed but is unalterable. The result was that slavery was not mentioned but was left precisely ought to be left. The nervous fear that this question could not be left to the Law and the supremo court did not disturb a purely military a nip. This was the arrangement about which so much has been said. It disbanded tho rebel armies placed Ull their urme within our Power made peace Universal and it was purely conditional having no life without the approval of the president. Now it is Plain that the duty of the government was simply to approve or reject it give no reasons but Issue its orders and this is precisely what was done by tho president and he did no More. Gen Grant was sent to Convoy this order end did his duty nobly and Well with generous consideration for his subordinate and fellow Soldier. Sherman did nut hesitate a moment promptly terminated the truce made a new arrangement with Jolius Quot stun and at dime started for Charleston and Savannah to Send supplies to general Wilson Ihen far in Georgia and to Coloso up the scattered links of his great command. His official report by Iowa an amount of Zeal activity patriotism arid wonderful ability not surpassed by any portion of his previous life. A this was going on while he was in utter ignorance of the wild storm of denunciation that was sweeping Over the whole country. Yphile he was supplying Wilson arranging to a Tob Davis detaching armies irom his command and preparing for peace and Home the press and Telegraph the pulpit and the Rostrum were ringing with denunciations letter rebel to the London times was. Universally quoted As the revolution plot to overthrow the government. Cromwell Rind Arnold and All that was desperate Aid violent were suddenly brought to Publio notion. To Delend Sherman and even to beg people to wait let us hear from him a was to invite quarrel and insult. Timid people were pitying him and All connected with him. People who had slept sound in their Beds at night and made Money every Day during the War thought general Sherman had join to the a copperheads a and was no hotter than Jeff. Davis and even hinted that he got son a of Jeff. Davis a Gold. General Sherman first met this a chilling wind As he was coming northward around Cape Henry to meet his army arid surrender this of omit and. He was then writing Hia official report. He firmly. Beji Evel that All the fierce and most unreasonable calumny woe organised by or. Stanton and general Hallec a with the deliberate purpose to in Silt humiliate and ruin Hiiri. He then first reasons Rind Hallecks in Silt. Ing order. He mixed All the falsehoods and Malignity with these two official ants. No wonder that this gave tone to his off Ioil re port and tinder this Shadow it would be read. It will soon be made Publio and the a writer of this ventures to predict that every fair minded Man who contributed to the clamor will on Reading it regret his part. The rejection of the reasons were i Verity the Publio at the same moment. They bad the Apper Frinco of contemporaneous riots but they Woro entirely i Binot arid of aparte. The fact of disapproval was Petit by Grant and was entirely legitimate and 1 resulted Well. Grant even did not know those not a Shado of discontent could have Arisen Why theft publish these reasons to answer Stanton is that Gen. Sherman a Ordera Nonn oing the truce to his Raty made it Nec Ossry that he could riot disappoint the Hopes of the army based Udod this order without giving the reasons that to gota copy of the order after Grant a offard then penned these Rea a is. The gloom of the Public mind and his own escape from assassination no Dot fat ool ored his statement and suspicion aroused by a desperate orime lit upon the most conspicuous person who at the moment seemed to thin it the National vengeance. Sherman a arrangement breathed the spirit of the dead president but it came one week too. Lato or one month too Early in either Cou Ting Jicy Stanton a re amp Sota would never have been issued. They were his alone and Are plainly marked with passion hot May Hay Bop published without malice. A. But it is said Why did Sherman Issue the order to his troops ? Why did he assume that peace was to exist from the Potomac to the. Rio Grande ? wily pot. Wait until the arrangement was approved ? the answer is that it was necessary., to announce tho thrice to the army to prevent collision and loss of life the order we site the army Only and expressly stated that the Trace depended upon tote approve a of the president. Without a knowledge of the truce How would officers or Meo perform Thor nest duties Andin Inhat better terms would a conditional truce i expressed Sherman talked to his army alone merely for their can any loan read tho order now without a. Proving it. A Athen followed the advice of Halleck to ignore Grant to Ina t Sherman Aud to arrest the movements of the subordinate officers Nob Only without the knowledge but in Domenco of both of them. And thie it was accompanied by the military offence of Hallecks disregarding i truce and actually invading another military. Department to assault a enemy under terms of surrender. It was Fortu Date that this order was countermanded in time or an actual might have occurred in violation . Trace Between two armies of our Noble heroes. For this general Hue of alone ought to be held responsible. If he was of any service at All other than an. Expo Skye luxury tied and Labold away whore it was supposed he was harmless he should As a writer no military Law have been the last Man to advise truce the soldiers higher he knew that Johnston had surrendered was awaiting tote notion of the president upon that a Sarrett der Aud that Grant his Superior officer was conveying that action to Shannon and yet he advised a course that could Ripe amp he justified by the clearly ascertained a get that both Grant and Shorman Woro traitors to their then Why publish this Ordor what motive could possibly a due this if Srimah Grays exigency justified the order it should have Boon kept secret As tho grave. If they found Sherman was playing the traitor their precautions should a any a spent of tho publication of this paper seems the greatest Folly or the meanest Lalioo. If 0r6nt8,it was a Blunder to publish their plans but Whon viewed by the Light of events it was a most Gross Public insult heaped upon a Soldier whue in the successful discharge of the highest duties. The writer of this Doss not know that either Stanton or Halleck authorized its publication but he does know the Wither Irig Effot it had Ripon Sherman a reputation Ririe for what was alleged , but irom. What was fairly implied from it. Why is. No this explained ? who published to ? where was the Public Cense be then. Why not now announce in an equally specific order that the fears upon which it wry based proved utterly groundless ? if or. Stanton published this order and will not now openly acknowledge that it was founded in or Roll he continues an insult and skin Ces malice. Then he must expert Ripen Defiance and insult and neither his person not rank can shield him. It an denied that after this order writ issued while the Telegraph was under a strict military censorship the Public mind to poisoned again by men. Sherman by telegrams since shown to be false As that he refused to obey the summons of the congressional committee and that facts relieving hint from blame were not stated As that the order of Gen. approved by or. Lincoln but Aften Yards. Withdrawn. And thib too while general Shorman Quot was beyond the yeah of letter or Telegram actively engaged in his official duties. It is Terrie that or. Stanton neither can nor ought i control the press and is often roughly handled by it. Yet had not an officer in Gen. Sherman a position the right to expect some Effort on the part of his deportment to stay the tide of calumny the very moment tho of Gen. Grant with the unconditional surrender of Jolit Taton proved How groundless arid foolish had been the fears at Washington. Quot now it is Plain that tho True course is to publish the official report to resport the natural resort Pant Soldier sensitive on to count palpable wrong to avoid mingling personal feelings with the general Joy Over great triumphs to neither Foroe nor oppose Publio judgement upon the merits controversy no longer important Igor the nation an d leave to the coup try and history Tri the credit due to the part Jinett motor in the War. The writer of this is not disposed to Brittle either the services of general Sher Urnari or the Energy of or. Stanton Ond would rather see both expended on the Cornmon a in doubt a lady May Brit petted to make a great noise in the world when her dress is covered with books Are the Best friends because when to v bore you you Crin shut Thamnu without offence.,1 the bottle is the devils Cruz Iboje to which everything is melted. I ,1 the buyer needs a Hundred eyes tho a her Botone. A a flatterer in everything is generally Good for nothing. It a .1 v great talkers Are like tracked pitchers Ove Rytting runs out of a fashionable Dinne Riat slowly aria matter of d time works wonders .,&�_wlys&id when Ehe not married after to eight years j al of forty years Isreal wandered to. Ted wilderness before they entered opt on the promised land and forty Yeaw Trade fire by Ery Fortune in our land to new a and if any Dan is grieved bet a lao of the bigness of his income tax,.je ten chances to Oue his child Reid to amp t -ouy9 any income to be taxed upon. A. /. It Fol love is often Oha need to a intr Bab hatred is rarely of Onvy Redlo lore

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