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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - June 22, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA moult country May it always be Rigi it but ii gift wrong our vol. 58. Carlisle a thursday june 88, 1865. American yol a niger. Rulh sned eve Khz Sionil tag do to Iii is. I Statton t b i 51 s siid3cmrtion.�?two do Lara to. Year and and a of a Oolite if not Piu 1 a within the year. These Lenly to. be and a Rcd to in every instant it o Ilis until All a Aro paid unless at the option of Trio edit u. time a it and two exit co it Ling one sonar will be hissed three times for s2.0v, arid Twenty live cents la a Uli additional insertion. Those of a greater length in .1 o u -1 Gustt Nch Sirij r0 t time Bills costing it a s pamphlets Blanks to Alnis As. .to., executed with a Euraney and at Fotieo. A a 1 from the Boston courier june Days Trio Spring Sun Niros in. Azure Sites the May Birds Opo their tender Oyes and dreamily tho South wind sighs a a Load of care upon me lies a so that the seasons Light and Blo Oili Aro weak to drive my settled gloom. 0 weary heart and aching brain Spring comes not Back to you again a perchance beyond the dark some River be May be yet to Youthed forever but hero tho South winds Wilmuth is Vait to make you glow with youth again. 0 verdure vested Earth so fair How canst thou be tho abode of care a tho Zuro of the Vornal heaven t h o glorious Grinn on Field and treo Are hues that Wero not Given methinks to Environ misery. But rather for a Postale race with springing Stop and fearless face Whoso years should smoothly lapse along in stately Ronolda Neo and song. Lionso joyous hearts should never know care want pain woo Whoso Glossy locks should never Fecit the snows of time upon them steal whose Steps Clastic should not tread the pathway leading to the dead but an immortal round of pleasure Untrif pled Light some beyond measure. But a Pic Ena Only gleams within the poets Laud of dreads the Stony footing of tho Earth knows nothing of uni Glod mirth. 0 would my heart might he in tune with All Trio warmth and Light of june when airs that seem astray from heaven Hustle the leaves from morn till even and nature wears the Blissful Groom which in Elysian Fields Wjt a t cur. B. L. Cd him almost exactly As you treated your son in few moments ago. I struck him violently and to fell upon a pile of stones at his Ide and injured his left hip so badly that the result vast to was crippled for life said . A a Anfu Ruih tones of deepest sorrow fahd remorse Hud covering his face with his hands. A period of oppressive silence followed which was at a fast broken by . Hanford saying a when i found that my boy did not Rise i from the stones on which he had fallen i seized him by tho Arm and rudely pulled him to his foot and was about to strike Nith again when 80iietliing that i saw in his face his look arrested buy Anil and t asked him if Lio was Hurt. A i am afraid that-1 aril a he mildly a severed clinging to Iny Arth for support a where v i i Skod in great alarm for notwithstanding my brutality i fairly idolized Trio boy. # 1 hero he replied laying his hand upon his hip. A in silence i took Hith in my arms and carried him to his Bod from which he Nevor arose the Samo Bright Active glorious boy that i had so cruelly struck Down on that pile of stones. But after Many months he came Forth a Pale saddened Little a follow hobbling on a Crutch ,. Here . Hanford broke dowry and wept like a child and the. Tears also rolled Down Doringo a Check s. When lie resigned intr. Hafford said. A this is a Humilis Aith Garrat be neighbor doring and i would not Havo related it to you had i not supposed that you needed the lesson which it contains. It is it possible for me to give you any adequate notion of tho suffering that have undergone on account of my brutal rashes to Iris boy. But fortunately it Lias been overruled to Why own Good and to that of my family also. The remedy though terrible was completo and no other child of mine has Var been punished by me except when i was in. The. Full pos Cess inn and exercise of my Best facilities and when my sense of duty has been chastened and softened by reason and affection. A i devoted my cell to poor Charley for Brit the time to left Irit Bod and to Rathe to under Bland one another As i think but few fathers and sons Ever do. The poor boy never blamed me for blighting so much happiness for him and i have sometimes tried to think that his life has been the whole than it would have been if i had not been taught n v duty through hrs sacrifice. Still neighbor d using i should he sorry to have you and your son William pass through a similar ordeal. A i Trust that to shall not emphatically and gravely responded Boring. A a thank you for your Story Frond Hanford and i shall try to it 5_t and be Ili i profit by it and we Hope that every Parent who is capable of strike log his child in anger Peti Lauce that reads this sketch of a. I i a will profit by it. Til a 11 e 16 i i. L. I o Inan interesting contribution to the inside is tort of the grrr i struggle the first Mari land campaigns graphic sketches by a member of Leeds stuff Ahti Elum at fit Low if v As Itotia Leeds terrible Misup Pohnl meat a a Jackson a stragglers Ivorid Hare Doceu cd the Fate of the War a Lee in Censed at a a a Stonew ill a the rebels 1 is a Yus al at their reception but a Mart land my in was my Fate to have been in mar Iphis at the it of this unfortunate War. As an u tar he of the Memphis Appeal a i followed tin peregrinations of that erratic Jonah Krutuil it culminated at Allan a where t was persuasively induced ibo enter lib army by tho a Gie of onic Ripton from which Thero. Was o Appeal through certain influences among other knowing general Chilton general Leeds adjutant general i had Iho privilege of volunteering and consequently Pelee-1 acooir.piishc-,1 diet was hip aged ted tho army of Northern Virginia. I re a Sion of mail Viz the capture m Harper s ported myself to general Lee on tho Day i ferry yet from such knowledge a Mil i for tar Dawn the Shulo army was safely across. About Sunrise the Union artillery appeared on the Hills opposite Shepard town. Tho Down was frill of disorganized troops tho roads blocked u it with v and Batty Hwy. Altogether just such another scene a it of Chi As nowhere presents itself save a Sci flt ihrgd1 army Lias become demoralized mid to parits Retreat. While things a fire in whirr a bang Ontl Trio Aveller Nowon and hateful sound of Shell carib cd Over Uziuk around is. I Tun afraid general Leeds exit from that Hill where he Hud halted for a Short time was hot executed in his usual dignify ii and deliberate manner. I for one thought am Freo to confess it was done All too slow abr my ardent tied impetuous , As i had anew horse Uriel was naturally desirous to try his Speed hut such is the Force of military etiquette. I refrained from passing Why sniper . I have remarked since that although the o new York world Eano. Sting facts Mont the libero cd slaves their .1orribtc conditions ret a Aragan ideas of what free Din Means a sudden Rush for the Large cities White labor in demand curious speculations As to the. Future of the a it Evan important problem. Baltimore Juno s. Surcer Flocs of tip a slaves deprive of Tuk i masters. Those norsou3 who have never been in the South and who Havo formed their ideas of tho Southern slaves froth tho industrious and a comparatively intelligent negroes Anil Ihu lat to Ca whom we see around us in the Northern cities Havo no and a u i e Conception of the real character of the negroes at the t ,. Re Yeeu stored All their lives to implicit Ebe a i Havein Nunu papers claimed that and had been Enos accustomed to a regular and inv in y the inva ing routine of Lubor accustomed to rely upon their ministers for instruction and direction ted slave applying now to his old master for employment will he met by tho Corii petition of the White labourer. It is in vain to ridicule this idea. It must and will be so. The Southern Field is open to the White arid Black labourer alike. Tens of thousands of White labourers Yankees germans swedes and norwegians and a ii Chroian will in a year two swarm All Over tho Soutsi seeking that employment which they fail to find in tho Over crowded North. And thus in a a ear the poor negroes will end themselves ing now cometh i see its beams already gilding the Mountain tops and you shall soon Bol old its brightness bursting Over tho cannot imagine the Chicot of such Lan guano uttered by Trio minister of god in such a time of Dol to Pond suspense. He ceased and Asho closed tho Bible and exclaimed a a amen so lot it by a silence profound and death like rested on the audience. Kali one seemed to feel As if an invisible pre Serico was there and some weighty announcement was just at hand. K suddenly Iho deep hush was broken by tho Distant Clatter of a horses Hoof along tho Road. The Sharp and rapid strokes told of a Tono t1mir\ Quot Quot a Quot of a Urf it haste. They knew i cow. ,.r 1 y be at once what it meant. I Days and weeks two Ord d from the scenes of to Cir Fisher crib ploy ment. Trip. L anter3 cons ii1lr1 n t a the so Are my views but they Are not mine of August 1802, Ricapi Orange court House was at once assigned to duty by Gener Chilton As scout and . During the Timo i was with him i of course had Many opportunities of for Hinga judgment of has Chw Rocter and will say Antr suitor Risho is Ancl opportunities to May Lave lost to ameliorate tho condition of Federal prisoners Knol Virigl to would Havo never permitted the Ross cruelties practice Upo. Union soldiers.,in Trio Day after 1 reported we broke Camp hed effected tho passage Tappahannock after a bloody Light. Tho Horning of tho 22d, i was sent for by general Chilton near Little Washington and on of into his quarters was asked if i would under take a perilous expedition. him i he took me in the next room and rid general Lee that he hid a Man rim he it Hought would answer. The general a ked l m if he knew me. General Chilton said that he did and that i could to relied on. C enemy Leo contrary to Iii usual manner appeared restless and somewhat excited. To said a a general make it a positive order to general Jackson to March through thorough Gap and attack the enemy in the Roar while i Advance in Iii front and Young Man if Yon Aro not Well mounted my inspector general will see that you i told Hiiri general Chilton had mounted Trie Well lie then said a a Yon must cab Diligence and dispatch i much depends upon general jacks no a deceiving this in by this time general Chilton had finished the dispatch. I mounted my horse and started. Tho night after i found tho general delivered my dispatch and was ordered to remain with him. Tho morning after we attacked the enemy and tar fool for Eluting for Iri Dicino when sick and for the support of tii Clr in ged and infirm parents they Are bewildered at the new positions in which they find Theofi selves. In a few exceptional eases tho he Groos on Somo Phi Tiu Loiis have been sensible Chorich to remain and to make engagements with their former owners to continue their labors by. The old i ices and in All such eases the former have employed their negroes in re Terence to seeking other help rigid Are f aying them fair a rigs. I in Waua it ideas tiie is. But ten Ltd Are ver rare exceptions. As i general feet it May be state that the whole system of h Bor in nil the Southern states Lias been broken up. The relations Between i nation and Why opportunities Wero Many i was enabled to glean Thrift was not the sole object. General log s own thanner was sufficiently indicative of a great disappoint mint. Besides while to Scro in Hagerstown by governor in tech Lewis logo of Maryland who wis in Richmond was expressly dispatched to my certain knowledge to hasten on to Maryland where to was to to invested with the Power of military Goya nor of the state. In his Way thither he stopped a night in Winchester and made a speech from the portico of the hotel Thero stating whither he was going and for what this is Trell known in Winchester and on my arid vol the arc dozens of per sons who had heard die speech told me of it. Alas for tho sex governor. To reached the put inc just in i capital unfit labor Between employers and time to Welcome us Back to the sacred soil tho general had been most persistently crammed with stories of tho unanimous Southern fooling of die state. A it heeds but our army to Shew itself there a argued those Marylander and untold numbers of recruits Wol ild to added to our army 50,000, some went As High. Well tho result some three Hundred All told. Tho soldiery had Ilso been told by the Marylander among theitis to what a Laud of a a milk and Honey they were going every tiring in Witul could wish for just for the asking indeed without tho asking for to would be one spontaneous out pouring of All tho inhabitants possessed on tho Heads rather in the Torii Maehs of their Brave deliverers from the Heel of it was therefore with a considerable feeling of Genuino disgust that to y saw themselves in almost every instance compelled to pay for what they procured to eat. I Dato from that invasion path s lesson in an it .fnr in n plites of worship from the Edinburgh Seoul iian Cut Tishri Kinavy scene occurred the % a what do you mean by such carelessness a a exclaimed John Boring to his Sou William a Tine Lari of twelve years. Take that a he Yri Deri striking the boy a heavy mow on the aide of the head a und that and that a to ipe Kling the blows As he spoke the last of which knocked tho boy Over a plow that was blending by his Side. A get up now and go. Lii i tho Houv continued Trio hither a and see if you can to keep out of mischief for a while Anri nth in that crying ill give you something to cry for 1�?T the boy started for the House struggling the sup pros his sobs As be went. A it is astonishing said doring addressing a neighbor named Pluri Fml who was near in the barn and of course had seen and heard All that had passed a How troublesome boys i Are. Just Zee these Oats now that i to got to pick up just for that boys 1 and he pointed to a measure of cats which 1 William had acc Dently overturned. A a and it was for trifle that you Fissuk i de your child and knocked him Down a a plied . Linford in a sorrowful tone. Doring looked from the Oats in Surprise and repeat Tod a assaulted my child and knocked Hin a Down 1 Why what do you Meau neighbor Hanford a just what Isay. Did you not Knock fhe child Over that plow a a Why Well no. He kind a stumbled and fell Over it doggedly replied during. A do you go against parental authority a Haven to i a right to a punish my own children a a certainly you have responded . Sanford a in a proper manner and in a proper spirit but not otherwise. Do you thin that a father has a right to revenge himself upon his child a of course a of. Rut who stalking about revenge a. Well Friend doring let me ask Yoti Ano the questions for what purpose Sli Ould a a child to punished v a Why to make it letter and to Doit Good of course a quickly answered during. For any other purpose a quietly a cd . Ila Ford. A Well no no that i can think of jut new replied doring thoughtfully. And now Triy Friend kindly continued . Ila Ford a do you suppose that your treatment to your son a few moments ago did him any Good has increased ris respect a and a amp motion for you the boy Venturo to say is utterly unconscious of having done any wrong and you suddenly assault of him Vul anger and violence and give him a boating to which no it can to subjected without having the outrage in Dpi Iron into by a legislative Oom Mizee. But Jot to toll you a Story. You knot qty son Charles v 1 tho one that is preaching in Charlestown v. Yes. You have probably noticed that to is Lamo v i have noticed it said doring and asked in once How it happened Aid he told be he got Hurt when a boy Ler responded . Hanford with Omo Lun he dear boy Nevor could i Mude to that it was occasioned by his fathers brutality but listen to , Asho saw that doring was about to speck w Hen Charles was about the go of your in William he was one of the nost Active and intelligent boys i had Ever sem. I was Tond of him and especially of i physical Beauty and prowess. But unfortunately a was cursed with an irritable and Toni ter and was in tho habit of pushing my a children under the influence of passion and vengeance instead of Tom tho dictates of reason duty and enlightened Allee on. One Day Charley of fended of by Somo Boyish and Trilling Misdemeanour and i treat ill truly it try let my Lri frs Univay evening. The Rev. Lonald Grunt was acting for Trio regular minister who was absent in Edinburgh. Some minute a Lejure the hour fixed for Wiiri mercing the service . Grant suddenly As etude i the pulpit and without waiting for he Ehu Roh officer to bring rip the Bible and psalm Book joined Over the pulpit and asked a psalm Book from the choir who sit around the univ Cantor in a Largo Pew in front of the pulpit. One of the Singcas a i Book up to him and he immediately read out the while of the i Imp it Ihn which consists of Twenty nine Versos. Before he Hal finish it tho a Shari. Tho officer Marie Bis appearance with the Bible and psalm Book and seemed surprised that the reverned Gen Lemai. Had Euston de himself in the pulpit without waiting to he ushered in Asu Mal a . Rant without waiting for the choir to sing proceeded to Pray at length making so Trio pointed a Ert mics to the choir before him As riot item Fig a Fiatti v according to his mind. Lie then gave out he 05th Iyall but he allowed the choir to sing to began to expound the psalm in the course of which to condemned the choir As an innovation which ought to be put Down. They wore worse than an Organ to said which was disallowed in All the free churches of Scotland a the Organ being Only dead to Good but the choir was More than that it was Alivo to evil. To allow them to sing a a would be worse than Frisco Palianis. Puse ism a amp. And lie concluded by saying a a i say that a child of god ought to Lefiad the singing to unconverted Man ought to Lead the singing i Havo a child of god to Lead tho singing a . Grant called upon an elder of a Deacon to lend the singing but failed in getting any one to re Ake a response. Lie then singled out the a a ruling cider in the congregation and called upon him by name to Lead tho singing. Thar gentleman went up to the pulpit and told the preacher that there was a preceptor appointed for Tuo purpose of leading tho Psalmody. Then turning to . Forrest tho elder said in a tone generally audible that . Forrest would please to Lead the the preceptor along with the choir began and All went smoothly for a Little. After Reading a chapter in his own Way . Grant said a a a i believe some people in this congregation to Aro fond of Road ser As. Well i rathei4 like them myself and i will read you one lie then read for about five minutes from i Henrion by Richard Baxter it is suppose in hut suddenly stopped Short and looking Down at the female singers skiing in their us al place he told than emphatically a a you Gills ought not to to theron i say you ought tot to tie there that is Lii seat for the elders and the excitement of tho Oong gation was greater thin Ever. The female singers quailed before his searching Glano and Marie for the to Stiv. The preacher closed up his Sermon ant harangued the people extemporaneously i a very excited to said to had bom All Over this country and Many other eos trios besides but hungrily carried Oil the Palm for wickedness. A Sirgle pow in the Coo Ulmrich we Rufil hold All the converted per ill before him. The people of Huntly wire going to hell quite certain about so certain in Hgt tint lie said a who a must fancied to heard Thorn singing at tho Bottom of lorded our Way through the Gap. The same Thede Clino in of Trio before famous Day re pop trod general ropes Hoad car j song of a a Maryland my it re ters in Thall his a Craion u baggage. It was a i quire i considerable Nero thereafter for a series of lights until it culminated in the sob i Yli Rylander to al capt to sing that song be Ond Manassas where i rejoined general Lee lore soldiers Limi. Othni a rates their i Varia the Day we crossed the River the general i l in a ring a cd a n her she deserves used an order to to read of the head of on Maryland soil any attempt at marauding by his command would be summarily checked and enjoined upon Compaq a of Ithiers to keep a watch on tho men As he would hold them responsible Tor their conduct. The was that Little no damage was done private property. What the precise object in crossing Over into Maryland was i to Quot have Iii despots Heel upon her Shore. I Ltd a i Leo went at a place i u i Bunker lieu ,y Aumi a Martinsburg and harpers Mur Prim the time to remained Thor in Ewe v no remained very quiet. I Rii hero remark that general Leos habit v.t-�?T those of a thorough Soldier. On a March c limping out to did not As most of i commandos did select the finest in unable to say was other i know then i dwelling House in tho immediate neighbor oct a Wiby Printer who quit his business studied physic and became a Phy Aicia gave his reason doing so that in printing All the faults iro exposed to the a five hut m physic they me buried with the patient. C7�?o an editor having roil in another paper that to love is a Tob Anceo Wlinich if a Man smokes clubs. Will make him forget that he owes a Lollar in the Virld in innocently concludes that Many of his Nisei Ibers have been Ittu Isid with tho hit it i the capture of ferry. At anti Tam al out 3 of clock in tho afternoon when the Battle raged Pierce it mid the Coul Denite Lino Hud broken on the right i never saw in that usually Calm countenance agony More plainly depicted. I was just behind him when be Rod Cip the a Battery that was subject to b. Not Deroxas Serfi Larking fire and exclaimed a maintain your position. Captain at All hazards for All the salvation of the confederacy depends Uyon it.�?�, that night i Hoard him say to general a. P. Hill a a general if to bid had Jackson a stragglers who Are across the River the Fate of the War would have Iees a decided to the morning of the with while sitting on my horse in front of t a general a quarters i was ordered to dismount and report to him Periso frilly. On procuring myself to said a a take this dispute to general Jackson a giving me a Small roto enclosed in an envelope. As i started out fit spoke abruptly to me a Young nun you will find Hini on the extreme left Brake it your business to report to me is soon As your horse will take you the re Bact to i Felt somewhat annoyed at sum peremptory orders but still determined a a execute them. On my arrival at Jae Sonk Headquarters situated in the Woods i drive Rcd my dispatch. He appeared Surpris cd and turning to an Aid de Camp Captain goods remarked a a can it be tilings Are he ordered me to accompany iria Back Ard on tho Road i heard remarks As a a is ,�?� a a no he would Nover dare a a two will Neyer permit it a All tending to Contido h10 there were Ali tags afloat Coli Corn Ingie previous Days fight which reflected on a me one who was in the wrong. It did no require Long after our arrival at Hoad a inters to find out what that wrong be will premise by stating that after the Batik of the 17th, continued until As late As 9 a clock in the flight both armies the follow morning mutually of masted restrained from infantry practice and. Consequently fighting other to fluid artillery disturbed the Day. The night of the 17th, Jackson ordered one of his brigade commanders the 2d Louisiana brigade to take a position preparatory to a renewal of the Light on the following morning which was positively contrary to Leeds orders As his design was As i am Suie to attempt to Cross the Potomac that night. This brigade by its incessant picket lighting prevented the crossing of the Arney. Tims Lee incensed at Jackson had ordered him to report. Jackson s staff wore indignant at the manner he Wai ordered at Headquarters and consequently Wero rather belligerent in their expressions. However general Jackson was received courteously by general Lee and tho few words i was permitted to hear would Nevor Lead Ino to suppose there was a single harsh feeling existing Between the two. It shortly after this i was sent across tho River to general j. E. B. Stuart who was endeavouring to organize tho Imirie use number of stragglers in Anri about Hia orders were to bring his mounted Force Over the River As tho army would re Cross to tho Virginia Side that night. Accordingly to desisted his attempts and immediately Amo Over where Leeds army was encamped d a Sharpsburg. A Vas Well known among us that an be made that night to Rocress the it was hazardous but imperative. To wore of More than two Miles from tho River with a immense Wagon and an artillery train am an enemy in the front whose picket line 0l to within two Hundred Yards of ours. However tho attempt was made a Boult al d oops a shortly of h Uri a Iris ii rip and insist upon tho Occa pan entertaining himself and staff without re my to any inconvenience it might place tic i in. It was Only when lie had establish i Headquarters at a place where he was Likely to remain for Sinfo time that to sought the Protection of a House. It a Seru head boy having Boon brought before the court As a witness the following colloquy ensued a a where do you live a said the judge. A a live with my a a whore does your Mother live a a a she lives with my a a where does lie live a a a lie lives with the old a a Heift do a they Livo a says the judge getting Veuy red As an audible snicker goes around the Roon i a a they live at home.�?�, a whore in tho Thunder is their lib me a roars the judge. A a a that a hero a a from a says the boy sticking his Tringuk in a Corner of his Cheek and slowly Elsing one Oye on the judge. A a hero . Constable a says the court a a take tho witness out and Tell him to travel to evidently Dos not understand tho nature of an oath,. A a you would Luck different a says the boy going towards the doorway a a if i was once to give you a Cussin a Tiow nature covers up a a did i Over Tell you a says a correspondent of an Eastern paper among tho affecting Little things one is always seeing in these Battle Fields How on the ground upon which tho Battle of Bull ran was fought i saw Protty pure delicate Flowers growing out of tho empty ammunition boxes and a wild Rose thrusting up its Graceful he in through tho top of a broken Irani which Riou Bolcs sounded its had charge if that Battle and a cunning Scarlet Verbena peeping out of a for Fig Vncent of a burst cd Diell in which strange pot it was planted ? was not that peace growing out of the War even so shall tho Beautiful and Graceful Over grow out a of too horrid and terrible things that transpire in this changing Brit Ever advancing word. covers even tho Battle grounds with verdure and Bloom. Peace and plenty Spring up in tho tract of tho devouring Campaign and All things in nature and society shall work out the Progress of Fly some few ycai4i ago there was a notary Public in Washington an old and highly respected gentleman who ha-1 held his office through All tho political twisting and turnings of our Cape Tol for nearly Twe rity years. A Young Friend was in aria office Ono do in and while sitting by the table picked up. Inlall old leather covered Book which upon boing opened proved to be a a Thaddeus of to casually remarked to . Smith the notary a a a Sec you Havo a copy of thaddcu9 of Warsaw here.�?�. of Warsaw in wis tho reply. A a what do 3fou mean a. A a Why this is a copy of of Warsaw a a a claimed the old gentleman lie snatched the Book gave Ono Glauco at it and then cried Dut a for Twenty years i have been Swenung Puoplo on that Book thinking it was a Bihe All tho oaths Ain t Worth the paper the Are written on a a Thair Vermay quoth ill no Quot a Tzc tho Biblow so City Agency and got t finely bound copy which could by no possibility to mistaken for a novel. Cup Moyees Lias been violently suddenly . The negroes i every state cast of the mis Isa Ippi and in a Louisiana also to a great extent intoxicated wit i their newly Ace Irinod Freedom of the t outre extent consequences of which they it Avo cot tho most Remote idea have left their hoi Flea and the scenes of their Dormer labors and with their women anti children have trudged off scores and in some instances hundreds of Miles to the nearest City Largo town. The orders that have been issued forbidding tho Pongre gating of negroes in tho Largo towns have not abated the evil in the least. The orders i Quot nei reached the most of those for whom it was intended arid even if they had they would not have been the neg foe a idea of Freedom is two fold first Freedom from work second Feodot to come and go where he will and added to this they have a vague idea that those vrho freed them will also teed and clothe Tuhcic. Trier be n Ell a a. I it it int s3 10 a a Ora. It is found in vain to convince them of the necessity that they must continue to Blihor in order to live. When the idea is finally beat into their Heads they receive it Gruenb Lingle. And exclaim in their form of speech that they Havo been cheated and deceived slaves As before As they express it a was much a Nigga As before a a a Nigga with them being synonymous with slave. They have Loire to the Largo cities and towns to they would Curie to the promised land can acting All their wants to be applied and to be sup j ported in luxurious idleness. These Cupee Fatio is of course wore entirely groundless a and unwarranted. No provision Lias been pm to occupy the minds of the Southern no p c. As i remarked above Liei system of Abor has been entirely changed. The ques Vidri which they have to consider and which is i Icahn they arc Eam Idenna Verv earnestly is whether it will he most expedient and most profitable for them to enter into new relations with Trio heroes to Cmys a Fiji. Labourers in their Stead. Very Lew pub lie meetings on the subject have been held although t have before me the proceedings of two in Virginia Anil four in slates. But the subject is bang earn y discussed in private ail big Trio planters my the Universal sentiment in the Northern latitudes is strongly in Farr of discarding negro labor altogether not in Media triv suddenly by t by a Gra dial process. The plan which has received the most favor is in Brief to employ these of the negroes who Are willing to work paying them fair wages arid to employ al it it two White tried whenever they offer of the right Hind to every four negroes and then to curve carefully their relative value As laborer0 and if As it of a supposed the White labourers turn out to be the inst profitable gradually increase the White labourers and Kimmish the number of negroes employed. In this Way the Southern states will eventually become free states indeed but m a Way nut at All contemplated by tho abolitionist Ayi Tatur of a 1890. I want will become of the . F what will become of tho negro race then this indeed is a serious question and one which . Liar les Sumner Aud his followers had done Well to consider six years ago. If the had been cont Chat to let the negro alone tho latter would have been secure in the Oom forts of hot Rio forever. By their sudden abolition i slavery they june paved the Way to the certain of the Black race in America an event which May Poss Ildy be accelerated by a no Gro in mar Merion a Servile War. At All events tie two races both free cannot Livo Roget err. The negro can never become a citizen of the Smith. Wendell fifi hips receives this fact clearly audit is this that renders him cd hrsti1 to resident Johnson s a icy. The negro fever compete with the White race either in the intellectual in the agricultural Field of labor. M Crever the two races have come in comic to item the negro has gone Down and so it will be in this instance. God has so ordained it and limn Minot alter Trie use runs of Goa. Their eyes had strained tip the Street that led a northward to catch sight of the messenger of Good evil tidings that was hourly expected. He had come last and is nearer clearer rang the sound of that wild Gallop on tho listening ear each looked in mute and Earnest inquiry into his neighbors bight on through the place straight for tho incoming House darted tho Swift rider and drawing rein at the door leaped from tho Saddle and leaving his foam covered Steed unattended strode if tothe main aisle. Oil the Milonee that filled the building like a sensible presence Iris armed Heel rung like tho of a Hummer. As he Alon n sudden paleness spread Over Trio a crowd offa-cc.3 turned with a painful eagerness toward nun but looking neither to Iho grit nor the left the Drea i messenger on and mounting the pulpit stairs hauled the Pas Tor a letter. Notwithstanding the Good Many a Faith a hand trembled and no Asher Hue Over spread j his fac i As he readied nut to receive a a Burgoyne a is surrendered a Scro Trio first winds that Irieta his Eye. To staggered us Rier them As under a blow. The next to meat a Ralius Meelike that of the morning broke Ever his c Intel Anee and he burst into tears. Rising to read the incredible to a dings Erich in tide of emotion flooded Hia. A Mart that to Goiri lick rely utter them aloud. The audience sat fur h Inot nent overwhelmed and stupefied then As to Weir pastor folded his and the Rcd life eyes toward heaven in e thankful Jirayer in pulled by a i Sultana Ous n item Cut they fell Liko one Man on their Knees and wept Ahuj. Sobs sighs and fervently uttered a a aliens a Wero heard on every vide attesting the depth of their gratitude and the Cesta by of their Joy. A tho morning a i c unc Bright and glorious and its radiance filled All the heavens. 0,v a port a i. Matiy is it that As Century after Century has rolled away the negro in Africa has not made any advances in civilization As tho nations of Asia and Europe and America have done ? there arc forty three millions of pure i Gnu Iii i Onieu. Vij Pun Moo a As Ucero i Nis in Africa not counting tho , Ier Licu sep pert a the 1u11, , and the of the. That every d these poor la a a Trioa on tho Mediterranean. Creatures Are literally dying of starvation Fields and la Lant a Hon a inc Wipff. The operations of the free Moi a Bureau though carried on with the most ble 7cal, in and with untiring Industry Are utterly Suade updite to reach and Avert this evil which instead of Ricci easing is growing greater every a. No is it ices to contemplate the sad collect of this state of things upon the former masters themselves and upon the plantations. The planters left destitute of help Are compelled to see their Fields lying Idle and uncultivated and to witness to Weir crops rotting in the ground for want of proper cultivation. They have done what they could with their on hands and by the in st praiseworthy Industry will succeed in raising a scanty subsistence for their own families. But the heart of the True philanthropist worm belie in travelling through the South to Sec tho tens of thousands of acres of Fertile land lying Idle and uncultivated while those poor people who on riot to be there at work Are starving to death. The Means of comfortable subsist Enco for them Are there but they have been enticed away from them the planters u Hite la Dorejr. Failing to Mako engagements with to boil negroes and despairing even of their ult Malo return Many of the planters have on a a aged White men to work them and to take the place of their negroes. No Orio can Bunne them for this and yet a storm of execration will to raised about their Heads for Doinik so. My informants have Rel rated to me numerous instances where poor White men living near Large Plantation a have been engaged by tho planters by the year to work Lor ahem and arc now actively these poor men were not soldiers in tho rebel Arney a Quot to a the confederates soldiers return to their former Homes they too Yil no doubt be engaged in Liko manner. Five six White men on a Plantation can do tho work formerly done by Twenty thirty negroes and As there Are comparatively few Plantation.? in the South on which More than Twenty Able bodied slaves were employed it May to that the planters in tho end will find this kind of labor the Mast profitable to them for besides supporting tho negro the master was compelled also to support the negroes wife Aud his three four children his whole family in fact to provide them wit i a Home and the Means of living to take cd to of them when sick and to support them when aged and infirm Aud All this for tho labor of Ono Man. It will to much cheaper for the planters to emplo7 White labor of which indeed they can easily procure an dam Danco. And if this should be the result of the abolition of ,.in depriving tho masters of their slaves the abolitionists have also deprived tie olives of their Homes and their Means of subsistence will they be so Well satisfied with to boil a a War for tho negro a tiie Southern Field open to White labourers. From All that i can learn of the actual condition of affairs at the South such is very Likely to to the Iii image. Result of the abolition of slavery. Tho people of tho South like All other people Aro go Vornold by self it Crest. Negro labor has been profitable them Only because they could compel tho to a a Gre my thus7 burdens entailed upon them by the support of the negroes family they contrived to Mako thong grow a labor profitable. But the libera a col. D. Ii. I Lupolt who commanded tho 2th Tennessee i Tamry in the Confederate army died in Washington on the 12th inst., from the effects of a wound received in tho Battle of sailors Creek. He was at one Ticino a resident of this s ate but at the breaking edit of tho rebellion he was. Living at Nashville �?~tim., where to raised a regiment for the Confederate cause. Why have they built no cities railroads invented no machinery written no Bonks ? a the negro of to Day in Africa is the negro of six Yeries ago. He has not advanced one step in civilization during All that time lie is still a ferocious Cannibal running naked in the Woods and Selling his captives Lor slaves. The curse of god is opon tho race. The Only amelioration Quot they Havo Ever received has been at tho hands of the i Yueh abused Southern people. In tho Southern slates they have been humanized civilized and . A. A a Loyal paper sneered at the catholics the other Day because the Catholic missions in Africa had not succeeded in Christian izing the natives. But what has Suyeo Edo in Africa ?. It is in the Southern states and by the South a Suu Rostion to Farmers Ancl business men generally who have been in a a a a Ali of .1, . Trao Yunc an account of their receipts and expenditures a experience Grocut difficulty in making a Cor a Reet return of their income to tho u. S. Assessor. To avoid this perplexity in the future every Mau doing business should Provido himself with a memorandum Book and carry it in he Sneket end whenever to makes a Purchase it it is but five cents Worth put it Down. And in Liko manner if he disposes of anything from his workshop his farm to should write it Down then at the end of tho year be would Havo no difficulty of arriving at his income and expenditure Ami could make out his return to the u. S. Assessor accurately and without difficulty. Let every Ono commence this method of doing business at once and he will soon become accustomed to it when it vri�?T11 to just As easy to do it As any other Branch of business. As it is not at All probable that the present debt of the United states will be paid off within tho next fifty years every Man should Educato his children to the keeping of it to them in their childhood As you would to read write. A do tot own a Democrat. A Goon s Jav Gen. private letter received in this City relates the Ern people alone that the negroes have been i following Good Story of How Gen. Ila Nook made christians and brought to the Knuti took Down a Quot Edge of the True god. To every Largo plan Taiyun the grubs had their Chairet and their minister. Their Good friends the abolitionists have deprived them of these. Druid. A Siul Linig scene in rain Racli. Thero Wero Many thrilling scenes in tho now England Cherches during tho Romulu tonary War. The following one occurred in Sharon Connecticut under Trio ministry of Rev. Cotton Mather Smith. It is found in Headley so a chaplains of tho revolution a . Smith one sunday took for his text a part of 1-Eiiah xxi 11, 12 a watchman what of the night the watchman said the morning Trio question in the the first part of this passage had been the daily almost hourly inquiry for nearly a month of every Ono of that congregation and hence its appropriateness was keenly Felt Hue tho startling announcement a the morning cometh a took them by Surprise and they could net at first comprehend its significance How it could to adapted to the present gloomy Prospect. Had to heard any Good news Quot what happened the a Fie could say so confidently a a the morning pm eth a no he Hud nothing new to t cd. Tic if Only to proclaim Over again his unshaken Confidence in gods proof lines. Iio did not attempt to conceal of Lessen tho calamities that Honfi be Iulo a tho Corinthy nor deny that crisis was at hand. He acknowledged that to human appearance a a Clouds and darkness were round about gods throne a but said that tho Eye of Faith could Pierce the gloom. Tho throne was there Trio ugly wrap Ped in impenetrable darkness. In All tho disasters that had successively overwhelmed them to traced the hand of god and declared that to his to id Thoy clearly indicated Somo striking interposition of divine Providence about to take place in their Many a extremity was gods our out remit had come and now was tho time for him to make Bare a a in is Arm for the deliverance of the a. Prep hot like kindling with the vision on which tho Oyes of Hie routed i do boldly dropped the general subject of gods Faith-1 illness and told his astonished hearers that he Boli oved Thoy Wero on tho Point of Hoar ing extraordinary news of Victory to our arms lie would not wait for an indefinite parcel of swaggering it seems that a number of officers and soldiers crowded pay to the conductor of Une of the trains at Baltimore bound North arid seated themselves in tho ladies oar. Thoy were drinking smoking swearing and conducting themselves in the inst disgusting manner. The conductor came in. And Cadorie 1 them out of the ear whereupon a East Oil in the Pirty placed the conductor under arrest Aud compelled him to sit in the Corner of the ear and keep quiet. A stranger in a military cloak had been watching the manoeuvres of these swaggering bullies and at this juncture stepped rip to tho Captain and demanded to know the cause of the disturbance cd a a hold your Tongue a so id the Capthi a for i will put you under arrest a i think not a said the stranger and beckoning to a orderly who had been sitting Noar him 1m said a a Ivl these men in Irons a and throwing off his cloak disclose to to boil Ostoria Hod View tho stars of a major Cenera give in to a full list of these men a said the general. His demand was instantly comp lion with. A a now go to the smoking car and report to me at nine of clock to Morrow morning at in they re ported the next morning and tho privates were deprived of their furlough.nd tho officer x. A Union. Avoid oath is the Wrath of a perturbed spirit. It is More. A Man of High moral Standr ing would rather treat author with con tempt than show his indignation by uttering al Oatly. \. It is vulgar. Altogether too Low for a decent Man. It is cowardly implying a fear either of not being Boli oved obeyed. It �3 uugcntleman�7. A gentleman air cording to Webster is a genteel Many Woll Brod and refined. It in indecent offensive to delicacy and extremely unlit for human.ara. J it is foolish. Want of decency is want of sense. -. A -. It is abusive to tho mind which conceived the oath and to the Mouth which uttered it and to the. Person to whom it is aimed. It is venomous showing a Many a heart to Boas a nest of vipers Aud Evvy Tinao lie swears Ono of Thorn starts out from his head. A it is contemptible forfeiting tho Rospoch of the Wise and Good. Yutute�?oto�?ojwavo�?oh�3�?ofaitlrtirb"��?wcllfojiirdeirj it is wicked / y Iola thug Ihu Divivo Law Aifiti who was willing to bring it to Trio Tost of j provoking tho displeasure of ilium who will tho presort. They might judge whether he was i Fth wrong for said Kef a the morn not hold him guiltless who Bakst i Hia name in vain

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