Page 1 of 23 Mar 1865 Issue of Carlisle American Volunteer in Carlisle, Pennsylvania

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 23 Mar 1865 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Carlisle American Volunteer.

Browse Carlisle American Volunteer
  • carlisle-american-volunteer page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • carlisle-american-volunteer page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • carlisle-american-volunteer page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • carlisle-american-volunteer page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 23 Mar 1865 Carlisle American Volunteer in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - March 23, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA ,. 35�?o a your country May it always tie Xoi it but right or wrong or yol. 5kcarlisle, a thursday March 23,1865. No. 40,. Poor House statement a for 1864. A Iob Rrt Quot Elliott Onni Toro he ii Toast and Wil Liah Wherry Esq re a Dirac Flora of the pts a a. 1 and 6f to Houyao of employ Piont of Ouma Borland county in a Octant with county from the first Day of a. A Fuary to the thirty first Day Quot a of do combo . 1804,. Biro. A a. Quot a or.,. Socash Framco truly Yafo assurer. $10,000 00. Oar Lyslo Deposit Bank on loan. 500 00 Robert Elliot Esq., in Only Coll Tod ,. 32 00 Squir Esq., Money refunded 15 75 a in moans for support of c. Laughlin 00 0q k a Terry a Quot mrs. Hollar 29 00 up i be Ruhig 11 Mary knot to a 77 20 p. Spahr. A. Fields Deo d. 20 00 unknown person a a , 50 00 William ramp boarding a ,. V 6 00 j. Fuller lord sold a. Quot. �?T-61 24 j. Mylor and others Aoa a \ Quot a vow 47 42 j. Raym Ohff by others Stook sold it 1,833, 60 j. Bile dog and others porn wheat Rye sold. My a broiler others Hay and Straw sold v. 310 00 c. Weavor amp co., old Iron. 19 00 Wjlliam wort and others Poutry .1�6 -50 dry Vera pasture a49 30 a Welch and. Ethers deceased paupers 08 08 do Walt Mink Corn loft time do.,. A v 40 70 j. Clendenin hides ,. A a a it a 90 81 j. A j. Hosier Coor fodder and pumpkins 14 00 Villiam Ridley Bay old Hopper ae., a -3 00 m. ,.empty.oofiee Loans a 4 17 James Durnin Small coffin1 76 906 33 total debits Rich. �?~$14,238 95 by Cash paid Greenfield a a. Sheafer and Othor 3, foi1 mor Ehan Dize and Gro curios.$3,487 86 car svs a Osburga and thers Dor Aid. A. .1,073 26 Stato Lunatic Asylum support. / a of paupers. A 584 59 Dauphin and Luzerne counties for support of paupers a. Doie Liao and others tailoring bats had shoos v a a. D. Sipo and otters out door. Funeral expenses it. 3 Smith Aud others justices. And Feea a a. Of racy and of tors Stockand beef. M. Shr inor Kirby Inora / j. Henna Nunn Grain fax a. A a. Busier and others bran and. Grinding a % it c. Woodwo Ard pastor olo Var and Timothy died. O. Delaney and others lumber. And goal for Fugl Samuel Plank and. Others Wood for fuel. Tanh Millor to pair no pump wm1 a Fridley and a others tinware and tinkering a a. Lino Emovon mules get a go of Caolo Wagon making a sclera and others Block Emily Long. Goo. Zinn and others postage a expense of charges and stationary Saxton and others hardware a Clendenin and of tors leather �4 Wolf and others horse and cow Medicine hoopers and , a. Means Lye Straw. 15 00 , Hripko �?�?./, a a 4 50. ,,72.05 a Dpi. Corneau and others seed potatoes. Wm., oth Orsjo Ofa George Hondo Many pro ,1\ grf Martin repairing reaper a. Minion error in Abo Lunf. Do. Brake maker weaning Miller. a Carlisle do Josie Bank Loans �27�?~-45, 373 89128 071,207 25 87. 48-30.00 2&7 30 194.00 486 37. 350 74 2 00 71 76 1,390 �00 22 40 .105 25. 17 01 103 35 266. 09 1350 8 .00_ Paup ors of Odds Oppl Bentter 140 Corn brooms Woro Madoff oof Dos of Bono Wall were built and 2,321podnd8 of butter a do a a. A 1 chicle a the housed a a 42 pair Solo a mitten8 65 pairs knit bocks 52 pairs poking footed j.27 footed 6 Donots 25 Caps 43 sacks a 122 aprons 12 comforts. 109 combos 103 shirts 83 flocks 25 Pillow slips 0 Pillow oases 4 bolsters 10 chaff bods 5 05 sheets 57 hemmed 19 child Rolls frocks-9 children a skirts 35 Euston Dora 15 skirts 4 Tablor Tlotha 20 shrouds 30 Yards rag carpet.202 pounds hard soap and 35 barrels soft soap. Articles made in Carpenter shop. 10 of flans 1. Largo Doughtry a lot of double and single Trees and 30 Laminor handles. Of Stock fattened and killed. A 201boeyos ave rage weight 4l0i3l8lbs., 11,460 lbs 11 Abosy storage i weight 67,411. Lbs 73b lbs 80 h6gs,. Ayo Rago. Weight 194,11-18 lbs., 7,006lbs making a All 19,1901hfl. A 1 slock1 Ori Are Tjart. 1�?T, 1865/�?~ 0 mules and 1 horse 21 Miloh cows 10 head Stock Pattio 20 st Oes look oxen 2 soil and 140 fihs ats. A a a a 5�?T. A i a. A. I utensils on farm Jan. 1,1855. A 2 bread i amp us a narrow wheeled wagons 1 Soho Wagon 1 pair of a a obd ladders 5 8 pair hey 1 who oiled 3jaqk screws 1 cart and Catt p 1 Spring Wagon 1 Largo aloud 6 plows 2, single and 6 double shovel plows. 2 Largo and i Small cuu Ivator 3, ? Grain Drill l threshing my cd Iii a horse Power and Belt win Dimir to fodder a utter 0 Wool Barry is 2 log chains 8-I�otts Wagan Goare. Botasof plow gears 2 fifth a and 1 carrying Chain spreads double Trees 7 Flyn ots 1 Wagon Eddlo 10 halters and chains ,45 co w Chowns j 1 Capon Adrito Obj l set of blacksmiths tools �?T8 Grain Ora lob j 18 Inow inst thes 1 Wir Thorso f Ake 4 picks \ Twyma Totev 3 crowbars 3 Stout drills 12 show ele i a Grain reaper 1 Curby Mower and a variety of. 8tono bama/or8 quarrying tools Spades Forks rakes by oui of j Corn a boys a Wood saws a Axel a mauls,.wedges and Trout knife. Ao., amp of. A a. Henry Snyder Steward. 1elizabeth Snyder Matron. Wolfe directors of the poor and House of pm ploy Mentroy Cumberland county do certify Thev above and forgoing to be a Quot Correct statement of to receipts and expenditures of said institution from the 1st Day of january to the a list Day of december 1864, and also of the operations of said institutions daring the Samo period and of its. Of Udiz Ibn in january 1st, 18�5, according to tli�1 Best of our knowledge. Given under our a and this 13th Day of february 1866. A a a Robert Elliot v a Christian Hartman v dire tar. Yy1lliam Wherry j we to in auditors of Cumberland a county having of amino tho of out Androu Bors of the directors of. The poor fops of employment of Enid county from Jan. 1st. To Deo. 31st 1864, Ard also the account Jed. Vol pliers of Jacob Squire Esq., treasurer of said institution from the same period do certify that we find a a Spanoo duo said treasurer of one seventeen dollars and. Twenty seven cents. Witness our hands at Carlisle tho 10th january a. D. 1865 w m. Card neb auditors of d. B.8tevic, ,. ,. Cum Rund. J. A ate b a rat amp j county. American Volunteer. Pult shed very Tours oat Horning by \ John b. Bratton. A the it mss dollars if paid within the year and two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within to your. These terms will to rigidly adhered to in every instanced no subscription discontinued until All arro Aragon to paid-unloss1 at tho option of to editor. A accompanied by Theo Abir and not Ono squad by will to in sorted Throo times for $2.00, and Twenty five fonts additional insertion., those of a greater length in proportion. A Jujj printing such As hand Billa posting Bills pamphlets Blanks Labejs to. Ac., executed with a Fleurnoy and at the shortest notice.,. 5?. A. Beltz Hoover. Attoul Nair a is at Law Carlisle Tenn a. 16 00 .4 60 is 80 10 856 09 3 75 9 .20 800 00 a interest on Loans a. Firo insurance company to Boodro Kieffer baking a f. Wink tuition we. A Hastings find others labor on farm a a. "5ym< ii Moutz Elevon months wagesn.,Snider, Olei and teamster n. By. W. W. Dale salary v. A a. Snyder Esq.,. A a7�?~. Win. Corn Raan extra Sorvino Robert Elliott a Hartman,.21 Quot a 8 53 13 82 45 00�?T a it 00 a .120.11, 132. 00 200 _00�?T 100 do 793 75 12 00 to of 9 00 70 00 , salary. Win a sheared Esq salary. A 30 00 jd�boolianeou8gxpens��, in Alance due treasurer at last settlement it >1. 7-26 78001 total or odits. $14,350 <22 Harance due treasurer. A v. 117 2,7 $14,356 22. Jacob Squier Betro Sarer of Iho Pool Sotiro and Hovasi of employment 4f camber. Land county in no count with the directors of a old from the it Day of january to. The a lbt Day of deem Horn a. D186f,a. 1 a by r. A to Cash for county treasurer ,$10�00q 0o a a a a to i a 500 .9� Lother flour ooh As exhibit of in the fore i a. 1 or. .$14,238 95 sly Cash paid in direct Oral orders As above, a c a f a. Valanos due pro assurer 14,356-22. I$117,27 office on South Hanover Streat opposite Bentz a st Bro by special Urr Beemont Vith to path it office attends to securing Patent rights. Quot a ept. 22, 1964-rly 1 a thu i s be. Shayley. Attorney at Law. Re a , a. Attends to Quot securing and Couo eting al Soldier s pay pm a by Onat so Antiee amp a. A eur off co of South Hanover Atreo. Opposite into try a store. A a a Quot Peb 13 1862 a i it a. . We Akriey vat of my get i office on South Aii Noyer Street. In the room formerly coi ipod by a d. Sharpe. Fob. 27,1862�?9mi a. A Ioven. Hepburk/if., att Oiin a Atje a. V"1 v. Office with judge Hepburn on Taei. Main Street,, r. A 1 aug. 6, 63�?ly. A or. Maj. Gen. A a iters0h. A a i it �1 .nr.1 1 it pleasure that Wegino a Jato in our of inns a an a editorial Bioh a per red in a a a ,3v c press a of feb. 7th to e great in Justice done major general Patterson seems at length to have become too Ninni fast Eyen for those most bitterly opposed to him to permit a Longor Sil onco on their part. The opposition press of Testate to it said to the ii ,.with.b.oarcely in exception Aro Bat strongly in his vindication from the unjust and wicked assaults venerable old Man has quietly submitted to for the inst. years. 1. A we have always Felt and so expressed our opinion through this paper that the Day would Home when Justice would vindicate the truth of history and instead of general Patterson receiving condemn nation to would receive the gratitude and pirates of. His countrymen this Day Ion g Dola Jed has at Lengli arrived and from the president of to lib United a states Down tho almost Universal verdict of candid men is hot Only an acquittal of the charges made against1 his loyalty and ability but a tone Era it of the debt of gratitude due Hui from the nation 1 whilst thus Virdi Oating the Fame of an old Soldier a to whom the a Eph owes much of Insp no in Iwick Ghents relieve the Commonwealth from the unjust odium Quot attempted to be i few tend upon her through Amse phage s Mado. Upon one of Ortiz trip. Ivo Hail with Joy. This. M manifestation of it return from passion to reason for Only in the Triumph of truth Oyer blinded pre Judich and error can to people Hope for a future we Ruby the earlier promises of the nation. Gen. A attorney at. La we a office with we h. South-1 Wool Brner of Hanover and Point rot streets. I a it a Liall Dao. 22, 18q2-rtf_ a i Chas. E. No Glia Golm. A t t 0,.jt n e a at a a of. A it a to Effige in Inho Fps building just opposite up the Market House. V i a f a Carlisle March l.1, 1s52�?1y. J f j. A. , Altor Noy at Law. I al do office with la a a to Esit Vsmith Esq., Rheen a i Hall. All by Alneada entrusted to him will to prompt R. F1 a feb.,6.1803., to or. Geo. G. Sea bight Jav off the ?itnior�5 College of dental at the Reed Deco of his Mother Street three doors bold a Bedford. R Carliflo Doc. 22,1862 a a a from Forney a abolition press a Patterson a Tufi Campaign of the Early Cipp signs of the War Haye gone. ,Inndpn-epoatofrth�-battles7�ft Bull Kiin and Ball s Bluff with almost the same Reverendo and mystery with which they speak of Marengo or Buenik Vista. These actions belong to Tbs past and in Ninny r a spots the men who commanded in these Early Days Are almost of Ambo Tirom the pub lib Eye As Napoleon or Taylor. Winfield Scott Libs Laid aside the sword and adopted the pen Johnson in in retire by amp nov Modoc Ell is far off in California their suh�rdinatos1 afe now Oomman Diug departments and armies a it . Men who fill of us sour positions on their staffs Dro How among the Mest Ami nent Warrior s of the world one of to Ligon orals then in command now living in retire meat is a beloved arid respected Fonow towns Ryan. He his carried his country s sword in Throo Ward and by some sad ,1 of we think we Waii us this phrase tin a the i sense we have written it upon his name is showered much of tho to pro cd of a a or Early military failures., so1 Long As general Pat to a Evn was Content to remain silent and How before this opinion it did hot become Iise to a Peak especially As nil information on the Subj Etwas looked away in a his own archives and it&0sd�?o of jibe War dd0partment.> dec Tine Ihas Olomei for him to1 speak bi8innrrativo"before us tho time Lias also pome for us i to express on opinion of tie demerits of his Shenandoah Bam pain. To to Toome tho Opportunity Foy however much we May. Dissent from the opinions of Genera to Patterson or take exception to his political Affini cios hid Fame its a Soldier of Preuh Sylvanio Isi Bryo Pedrito the Popple of oat st Tel i throb Wara this Genaro ice emm Anding itrobpss4 a tto is �ien8fand fellow Oit Izeh a a for ugh a great extent the hit orgy of due Gamma a a i wealth has every claim id our jus a sons adoration Laud we shall our criticism this morning. A a Ifni. A a general Patty Froh a said the resident at the oii�sp�?Tif1 ah�?~l�iter�i4#,.it�ia$ftlat, for five it a i. Hay Hivery four d fault of oeh1 eared you t ii eve a Beski ahle to sep Van. A could Hay done anything a do thai a you jid1do1 your builds were7 tied a Quot you obeyed a Fdl Sari did you or duty mid -1 d i satisfied with . After carefully Reading that in this first not of this embarrassing administration general Ija Torson behaved like a Soldier and a Adte Slinn. It May note. Too much for us to add that if cd ukr promptitude and sagacity lad been at shown by other men in High command Many of the Early Mie Takee of the War would have been avoided. _. In the Early part of the War. Many of our distinguished men were of the opinion that it would be a temporary insurrection and might be easily suppressed with a Jomall military Force a few. Plear loaded men who saw the real hearing of this War thought differently and among this number we must place general Putter san. To Early believed that a Large army we necessary and al. Though the government overruled his conviction be. Janado Many applications for Power to Raipe regiments Tor a a the. Jjo one a pwn doubts Theta this would have been the True ipojioy., ,men and ratio a was opened the Pajuf Iii Pic in it let a a Fhy to his Waii afterwards became tho a feet Penn-1 a Lyrania Reserve corps whose go Primus of Roor general p0tfprjsou truly a says a a forme one of. The. Brightest pages in the history of tie haying adminis pod with great judgment the affairs of his department gear eral , it the. Head of a Small body of a my he the purpose of a at tucking Harp re a ferry Ilis plan waa. Our Mit ted to general Spott and approve general Patterson a by paced toward s. The Potomac and John Stan. Who yield harpers ferry abandoned that Point and Quot fell baby to Bunker Hilj a position Equizi Stavit by two Ien Martinsburg and Winchester. Our army then did not consist of ton. Thousand men and there Ean be , we,think1, that if this plan of general Patterson Lead both unmolested he would have site podded in holding the he desired first to Transfer to harpers ferry Hie base of Opp ratio second to open. And maintain red East and West along the Baltimore and Ohio Bali Road and third to hold Harper a Sperry Martins Bih a an Charlestown a Strong Force gradually and securely. Advancing As they were prepared. and w�pdsto0k, Ami thus Cut off All of Between the rebels and tho West. Now whatever May he. Said of the Early bar Togy of this War Piip thing has Gay events and that is that if a incl Estor and Mac Ginsburg had he tit Joec pied and held in the beginning of the. War the Valley of the Shenandoah would not an frequently have been the Val Tley of our National go no so Dot i Elf chg ,. We he Ieve to tho Iii for of n8ts,.who Mug ipod they were familiar with wart differed from general Patterson although the judg Anont of that general was strengthened by subordinates who gain pm Gigli i in in in thie War men like Gen. Nowton Quot Gen. Charlesp. Stone Gen. Negley Genii. George ii. Thomas and Gen Abekor Ombie most of a those officers. Werp their but they As cob pet it to Adkiso Geum re a put to rsm of that time us they were to take command of la fed of tied victorious Armiger a a a 11 a Geek actions of the institution during the year. 1864. A Sta sment of Ste Ward and Jrex Taloiv. Inmates. Number of paupers in the House , 1864, 29.61-whom wore coloured. 140 admit Jap to Alberi. 31st, 1804, 216 born in a tho House 9 of whom were sent Here a pie tout. A a whole number provided for during the year 365 \ numb roof paupers died of whom 4 Woro a j a a coloured t h. 20w.j / bound out. / a 1 a Quot and doped a. A a _190. 22ft, a in Jan. I i of whom is Aro ool Rod. A j r 141 numb roof out door pampers supported at a Dlf by pens of whom 4 Aro in the Stato a Lunatic Asylum. R a Yolo in Moor Chur Goable on Jan 1st? 1335� 205 , iwo Pear As can be map a a to nod 7 a a Dora l year of ago 8 from to 5, 10. From 5,to 10 a from 10to,20 19 from 2q to 30,. In from 80 to 40, 23 from 40 to 50,18 Froid 50 to 00, 24 from 00 to 70, 3 from 70 in 80, a from 80 to woj and 2 from .90 to 300� in addition to tho above 8,185 Fry Ling Paudois Bavo Boon received regular orders to whom Wero Given 3,010meal?, and Many of them were furnished with articles of clothing. A a .�?T.-,. 1 proceeds of farm. H l,6�b Bushow a wheat is Bubois Rye 1,800 bus a Oats 1,000 busbolsi8heilcd.ootn j 200 Bunur la l of tattoos i 83 Loada Hay .82 loads food or loads. Pumpkins 31 bushels onions 10 bushels red boats to Bush Elf Groen Loans 0 bub hols Moab 20bush- a is tomatoes30 bushels parsnips., ,6-Bushelfl tur nips 8,q0o holds cabbage j 500 Cucumber Sickols j bushels dried apples 2 bushels dried Oher los a bushels a a 178 dozen eggs Givon to a m. C.1 i amp serbian a t t o r no y at l any. Office in. Rheems Hall building in the Roar of jibe court , next door to the Hlf Traldi office Carlisle. Fob. 1-td, /. James a. Benbar a t t o r n e y a t l a w. A f. I. Carlisle a. _. Office not door to the american printing office a Fow doors Wosic of Hannons hotel a a a>pril14, 1804-�?ly a a a a pc Ijo Ohio a Dek 1st�?T has removed rom South. He Trover Street to weflt1 Pomfret Batroot a opposite the female High school Caru . 3 at h 1864> front Ito Tony of Iron hammered and i roll�Í44f All size just re Obi Ved and War of tinted to be Quality wit i a Large a a Vert Merit 1�?o j Gleet Iton 1 -hoop1 Iron a. End Iron a horse a boy Iron Spring steel coast Stool. A Blister steel. Quot horse so res Roxse , a Quot Washer al. A we _ r anvils a v�c88,. A a files a i Hasps bolts a a nuts a. Sorour plates t Blacksmith hollows rivets ac., &o., ac.,. ,. Goaper than the. Cheapest a a a be hardware store i a a jan21. If04h.8axtpn, East main Street. highest priv for Barlev Wlla to Psid in Cash at Barnitz brewery Carlisle a Ebhard amp bi0h5eiv. Sopt. L,-18fll-3m. This narrative we Fin d no difficulty is Quot Dador sing or. Lincoln a opinion we Timve before us trip Story of a Soldier who ont red the fear with an unusually extensive exp Ronco. He had in in an officer in the it Vyrl oft.i8i2�-Hevhad, bold of Dunand in Mexico where lib listing Nahed himself for disc re Tion and hrs Zofy. Ave Unithe re Belg Ion i Roke out he fens assigned to the a Ommy rid of the Pohn r a Ylva Nia who wore called out by the president Whilo in ganged in.,the duty of organizing those troops Gene rpm pit Terson was placed by go Noral Soott in co Minand of. What was then called a a the department of Washington a or abrading the states of Pennsylvania Delaware and Maryland a and the District of Columbia. / at Mili tary cynic Riund was More important. attempt to Quot pass the Massachusetts so tiers. The Digil Baltimore had Ltd to 1 Ai memorable Abd Btu Ody Hui of and the Uzi Sifrig 0. Jho. entirely .yred All the Natiw al map ital and the Loyal states to to was a posh Tiosh of a Crit a a a a to terse a by the Mere Doo ident of Circum canoes Heo Atno a it were the Only available general of the of a try-dl�hblif.�n Independent con nand to All intents and purposes and in this extraordinary position pod with Gre it Debis. Ion. And praffiptrude., to him must to Given lib. Credit of a opening communication with Washington. I Fitin As the first instrument he sent , Arina polis to to you by that Point arid secure the route to the a i Capitol i these orders Butler rib eyed the. Importance of Annapolis new Rind the tier ill 1 we should Nave injured if tho Dino of Railroad from the Junction to was hire Tori had Boon destroyed will show to Nolde sively we think of his strategy Wero that general Johnston arrived on the Field of Bull run ase Days after the Day fixed Scott in his Dew Natch to gooral Patterson for the attack by my Dowell. The evidence in this n i Rativo shows conclusively that the mistakes la this Campaign were not Mado by our Pennsylvania commander and that the words of or Lincoln were very True when he said to general Patterson your hands were tied you obeyed orders and did your left in ignore Leo of Iho results of Bull run general Patterson telegraphed to general Scott his opinion of the probable result of Antt Taok upon Winchester and a ked a a shall i attack 7�?� at 1. 30 a. 51. On the 18th of july twelve hours Bonuro tho hrs of general Johns no a left w Inch Ester on the Ronto to Manassas. No answer was returned and general Patterson was loft to hear the result of Mcdowell a a movement from the newspapers following monday. On the 20th of july general Patterson informed Quot general Scott by Telegraph thai Johnson had loft Winchester on the of ter Noop of the 18th, and the telegraphic despatch tons received in season to Hove delayed the Battle until re win orc Ems rits could live or riled. The Divide Rico before the committee in the conduct of tho War Bho is that Tient Erfour thousand Mon Woro bold at the Battlo run which was Intro than double the number of Patterson Scoini arid. These men were never hand decl at All. If Hiitter Sori a column was so pieces Fly to do Oide that Battle a Battle offer All. That. Yas Little More than a chinese Fig these reserves no employed ? the Queen fifth As to who mismanaged Bull run remains to to decided. We do not propose to enter upon the discussion hut there is enough Ovid Enco we think to show that the can to attributed to major a general Rubert Patterson. To with .,. A Ohn she Mari now senator in Congress and then on general patters no a. Staff that a a the Groat error of gon Orot Feba that Way to apprehension that. Washington was to he attack a a he Fqy a. The meeting of congress.�?�, voting under this ,.Gen.4cott ordered ih�,.expe edition , Patterson,.to .r.ecrqs.thp,-River Potomac into Maryland arid took away from that officer aloof ans regular to bps a rid artillery leaving him with gun. Und with but a single troop of Volunteer cavalry. In was the Pugh at that Timo that the Gener a alas course was marked by vacillation arid that Bis failure to attack Johnston was to he attributed to tho worst of causes. At that one was Safe from , a nation ignorant of Trio Iii t of War Preier Rcd to think that an Uri gone bal was swayed by sure prised that. Potter sign al Puld five submitted to these cruel imputations but the Indica Tiberi of to Day is Sweete ried by the a to once and. Force Traube of Trio past. We seb in tho first a Loop that Patterson .wf18 Reo Arlod from Liis Pura ii of Jihn stand a lion Leo Fiban done Harp eff a ferry rider from Soott Rind Iri the Zedoria pm Rob we fired his operations Ovel a if ill a shows a we think Thalia a thu Subhra Bpsse general patters in of 186j, had of Trio necessities of Liri Wirginis a am Laigri of Ariy Gnu sad att amp to time i no bin ill arid. He desired to abandon a the Upp Eriline hold , and thus command , and with As of sup lips move upon de Shufu whiff Iris a of up Rifting Rio Lumn from Washington. The this would have been that general Patterson Yould have been in a. Position to co Oporto Feitli Jet la. Quot the of Ipoh writ to a i column Sof Patty Ray orig rho Brig la noted Ifor and Oag Erp by instead of nestling under the a works of liar porn a ii Erry on the sad a Sui Rimer Day of bbl run Yould have map our Edrit a Vio Sriry and a jaded the War. 1 on this subject general in Atterson in entitled to the opinion of general Halleck written on the Pacific coast before Army and in ignore nip of general Patterson a proposition to Scott Quot had Pat Terson Quot says general Hall by a a crossed tie to Torrao at Leesburg he would have to breath ened. a communications Ruoh More effectually Tolian at Martinsburg and at the same Tirifie would have been Bear enough to Mcdowell to assist him or to receive assist Anco from him As circumstances might have required a this in Preo Saely what general Patterson .do,.pod, precisely what was refused by Gep. Soott. A a. ,. Another Point in general pattern on a de Feree which should to consider Adas his sex planar on of the belief that he was out Gen erased by Johnston who left him at and hastily joined on the Day of the Battle of Bull Bun. The Jcj Refal shows a that he was kept against j�sr6w� j dug nil it Riporti what hdm believed to be a a false line Lahd that Gen. Johnston jihad the Power whenever it al a iced his prior posit to do so being on line with Tbs of a railway and in the you try. Of a Riendy. A be Perl Patterson a . Rip,.exterior lib a railway or adequate and with an briny whose term of Servi Owh a Dju a Pirn do who a were clamouring for Home find Many of them without a lathing. Had he been at Leos Bura to Light have assailed the rebels at Manassas precisely As Johnston Rit tacked Stone at balls Bluff a few of Fioritta subsequently and drove him into the Driver. He might also liars torn up to flip i air it iad that Rny from vein thoster to Manassas ,. it Wasj he Drita ined Johnston by1, his until two Days after the Day Whin Bull Pun toys to pm been fought and the Bulto it Hub i consecrated to the cutest posterity the names of those who have Given up their forr tunes and have exposed their Liy Esin behalf of their friends whom they loved Whilo in Nomin Jaud disgrace have Ever been the portion of those who would desert their friends in thb.iiuur.,. A not your Friend in danger and distress. Too map there Aro in tho world whose attachment to those they Call friends is confined to the Doy of Prosperity. As Long As that continues they Are or appear t c to affectionate and cordial. But As Boon As their Friend is under loud. Ulicy begin to withdraw and separate their interests in Bra his. In Friendship of this sort the Lle rift Lias assuredly never had much concern. Fori to great test to True Friendship is Orv Teancy in the hour of. Danger adherence in Quot the season of distress. Lylie your Friend is column rated then is the time openly and boldly 10 Domond his Causo. Lyden Hie Situa Iliou is changed or Are fast Huiai. Them Iatha of of turd trip prompt Zexious Oid. Lyden i Carioss br1 infirmity Boris inns him to be Hegle eted by a the is that in tho Opportunity which Exerv Ireal. Friend will Boize of redoubling All the affectionate. Attention which love these pro the important duties a the sacred claims of Friendship religion and virtue in Foi of on every Quot worthy mind. To show yourself Fearm in this manner in to cause of your Friend commands esteem oven in those Wop have personal interests in opposing him. Zeal of Friendship has iu4iye by Nej attracted Ali a veneration of Niar kind Dott vein on edit Shefi. A wan and general Hampton. He 5ijl->txrt division or the Mississippi in the Field feb. 24, 1865.�? lieutenant general Wade Ila Ripton commanding. Cavalry forces 0. S. a it is officially reported to me that our foraging parties Are Mur Dorod after capture and labelled a a death to All Ono instance Lieut Rantand seven men near che8terville, and another of Twenty 11 near a Ravine eighty Rode from the main Rood a about three Miles from Feasterville. I have ordered a similar number of prisoners in or hands to be disposed of in like manner. I hold about one thou Rind prisoners captured in various ways and can stand it of Long As you but. I hardly think these murders Are committed with your knowledge and would suggest that you Alvs notice to the people st Large that every life Tonkon by them simply results in the death of one. Of your a. Of course you cannot question my l ight to forage of the country. It is a War old As history. Tho manner of exercising it varies with circumstances and if the Oil ill authorities will Supply my requisition i will forbid All foraging a but in find no civil authorities who can respond to Calls for provisions or forage and therefore must collect directly of the people. I have no doubt this is the occasion of much Misbehaviour on the part of our. Inon but i cannot per bit am enemy to judge of punish with wholesale murder. Personally i forget the bitter feelings engendered by this War but they were to be expected arid i simply a loge that those who struck the first blow and a Deava inevitable Ough Tustin fairness to i a fit Oach tho natural consequences. I merely assert orig War right to Lorage and my res Rice to protect my foragers to the extent of life for life. I am with Roa poet your obedient servant. Signed w. T. Sherman major general u. S. A Headquarters in the Field february 27, 1865.�?major-general w. T. Sherman Ujj. S. of the 24th Irist. Reached me to Day. In it you state that it has Beon officially reported that youth foraging parties were a a murdered of after capture Aud you go on to say that you had a ordered a similar number of prisoners in our hands to be disposed of in Liko is to say you have ordered i Rin Riiber of go federate be you. Characterize your order in proper terms for the Public voice even in your own country where it Seldom Daros to express it Belf in vindication of truth Honor or Justice will surely Nglee with you Iri i not Neidg you guilty of murder if your order is carried . By fete dismissing this portion of your letter i beg to assure you that for every Soldier of. Mine murdered by. You i shrill have Oxe cute at Unce two of yours giving in All cases preference to any officers who May be in my hands. Of in reference to you make re. A Joe Sonina certain jag Are who was no morning keeping Feath in the for a a a to observed a Fox cautiously making his approach towards the a turnip of undid tree a when sufficiently near he took a High and determined jump on to the top of it and a after looking abound awhile hopped to the or Prid again. After Reynard had repeated this Knightly exercise several times Quot he went hip Feay but presently he returned to the spot bearing a pretty Large and heavy piece of dry Oak in his Mouth arid thus burdened arid As it would seem for the purpose of test Luigi jigs vaulting p6wp�a, leaps on trial Fri stump. After , however a arid a Sheri be found that weighted ris he War lie could make the ascent with facility he Furth per ,.dr�pp�.d the piece of Wood from Bis in out and coiling himself trip of the Strinie r pm ripped Mon in a in is m if Donadi. At the approach of Evo Dirig an old sow and her progeny Jive or six in number Iesue Difre a a neighbouring Thicket arid pursuing their usual track passed Neap to Tjie. Stump . Two of her suck Lirigis Oslund the rest Rind j list ris they neared his ambush Mobely with the rapidity if thought darted Down from this Perch upon one of them and in the Twink Lingef an Eye. in Triumph on to tho fastness a a Quot providentially prepared do fire he nov Quot confounded at the shrieks of Liei Buffa Pilg the old sow. Retro red in fairy to the spot and Rinal late in the night made rqp9ated desperate to Stirpa the murderer s tron Ghiold but the fax took the a matter very coolly a rid do Vii ured the pig in Dei the very Rise of its Mother which at length greatest reluctance and wet put being Able Toye Venge herself on her , was forced to Berit i Retreat. Receipts to pet into Lafavette. by asking intended volunteers to take a drink of South Street. F doubting the Origi Autv of old abets last joke Quot a 1 a a galling in question Marijoi general butlers ability a to take Whirity Plain or a Sirad Iuo observing in reference to tha presi Derit a last Call for1 men that a you wish to Triay get a _ 1 -. Expressing disgust at the per Geniav quiet along tue t disbelieving in the Tbs spi of the Raiji lion. 1 Quot galling a Oyril swindler and swearing of the patriotism . Quot is , -s�fpr�tw.a, i it res loyalty is like the-1 milk Only bin deep.  711- Liri year 1864 was remarkable Fop the Humber a pm a do Sorrio Tiven is of its fires a Bolh Iri tho old and tho new worlds Friori Star i stirs fron the mos , the to Tel loss by burning in the United is a Stimatz a Brit not loss thai s50,000�-0�0. In states alone during tho month of july Feliia a Ivan a memorable for a pages a Bop con pump to to amour it of trip Wirds of $5,000,- 000 a Jioie of Febish a of i pro sad tha it a Rita it pm pm Starit works1 arid Quot storehouses together with valuable private mrinufaptuf-ingmn4 by ainu Sci i., 1 a 3 -7-�?Ti ,. 1 your Reul antiquarian thinks the coins of Tori aria in rits of More list to bridal value than the Fri literature. Girding the death of your foragers Only to say that i know nothing of it that no orders Given by me authorize the Kiil ipg of pria Onora after capture Rind that i do not believe that any of my men killed any of yours except under circumstances in which it was perfectly legitimate and proper that they should kill them. It is a part of the system of thieves whom you designate As foragers to fire the dwellings of those citizens whom they have robbed. To Check this inhuman system which is by every civilized Fri tin i Liao directed my men to shoot Down Rill of your men who Ora caught burning houses. A Finis order Shull remain in feral is Long s3 you disgrace the profession of arms by alloying your Irien to destroy private Dwolf Ines. A a Quot. A Quot a you say that l cannot of course question your right to forage on the country. Quot it is a right of old As i do not sir question this right. But there is a right older riven thaw this arid one More inalienable the right that every Man lia3 to defend his Home and to who a re dependent upon from my heart i wish Tomt Man Rind boy Iri. My country who Kari fire i Grin would shoot Down As he would a wild beast the men who Are Desolo Ling their land burning Thrier houses arid insulting their women. I you Are particular in de firing Rind claim id a a War May i ask if you enumerate Antong them the right to five upon a Defeno Oleis pity without notice a to Burn that City after it bad been surrendered by the authorities who claimed thou a a vain,1 that Protection which is always to corded in civil ipod warfare Tonon combatants to fire tie dwelling houses of citizens after robbing them. And to perpetrate ave Darker crimes then these crimes too Black to be ,. I you have permit trip if you have not ordered Tori commission of these offences against humanity and the rules of War. You fired info the pity. Of Cpl Risbia without a word of War Eiri to after its a i Freud re by the my Yor who demo Ndu d Protection to Privito property you Laid thai whole pity Iri ashes leaving amid its ruins thousands of old men and. Helpless women arid Phil Deri who arc Likely to perish of starvation and exposure your line of March a Fri be traced by the lurid Light of burning a Bouses and in More Tymn one household there is an agony far More bitter Ghriri that of death. A. The Indian scalped his victim regardless of sex of age but with ally his barbarity lib always respected the Porson of his female map times four soldiers More. than , Iris ult tto a so .whose1 natural Peri Tco tors Are absent. A Quot a. Quot. Quot in Eathol vision. I have Only to request tot whenever you have any of my Raon disposed of a or a murdered Quot for the Tennis appear to be synonymous with you you will let Rill know of it in Quot order that i May know1-what notion to take in the matter. In tho meantime i shall hold fifty six of your men As hos Triges for those whom you Havo ordered to be of deflated. I i , &e.,.a i. A. -\yade.ha5ipton, al Quot r a i Enteriano go neral. Punning named Berry sent his Bill to on actor whom Josco Graewe that was a a Priori grocer. A a the raged actor rot Rod the fallowing reply 1a a v you Goose. Barry,.Rind. Have made a mull Berry in bonding me your Hill , it Berry. But i done to Carp a Straw bpm re to Only if you do so. Again Bert by i will kick your rasp Berry until it a blac/Berry.�?�. A Quot 1/ k7�?�tis a pity that some if stir eat ical writers who Are so of Cpd of taking off things Crint take off our to axe. A off senile condition othe Siamon them. Tho siame o twins have both lost from Publio View for the last few years. 516 was Well known of Thorn that they bad married two Sisters and settled Down near Salisbury in North pro Cipr on . In addition to this they Hare amnio funds invested through their agent in new York. Through a North Carolina medical a Gont Eirian now within our tries the other Day an Opportunity of min rite Rind frill particulars in regard to Teeth. Ever a Irion the War Bogan they Havo continued to reside on their. Plantation and. Lived in. The a am quiet As Ever riri til within two years. Of course no Orie j �v6r the by get of drafting them and their negroes prop tired except that when out of. Tempi from any cause it was Apt to Yaj re striking the first Sriri that carny to lir irid a Frein which the Best escape was to keep out of the Way the Brothers Yould have had any difficulty but that Mboi wires though Sisters turned away their hearts arid children were tho Causo of thib estrangement up to the time that each had five a Hilda a Nall prospered Well plough Bat Ono of them had a sixth Aud this awoke envy and Fri Lousy to such a degree that the two Rasters bound together like the twin Brothers would no longer live tinder the same roof though we believe still in different houses on Trie Beuno Plantation. The Brothers Are new it fifty years of ago but Ono to believe the smaller and fee blog iof the two looks it is said now fully older than the other. They can Tum Book to Back or face to face but that is As far As the remarkable Bond that unites them it is almost certain that should either die the other would riot survive. Evrin for More than a Fow minutes As t Here is an artery As Large ris the femoral artery that connects few years Siriboe they corresponded with some of the leading surgical operators in London As to the possibility of the us bilious a Liioi unites them being Cut so that in Ariori of the death of the Odo the lire of the other might be saved. At the request of the London surgeon they visited that City arid prior in experiments were tried to determine the safety Oft Juch uni operation. Among other things a ligature was tied firmly fun a few minutes round the connexion Between them a so As to present the. Circulation of blood through to artery. Brit it seemed As if each would expire if this were longer persisted in. Thois Mauer of the away arid lost All consciousness and there were symptoms that the same effect would the other but that the process could not to on minued Long enough without endangering the life of him who it was first to faint. A should the smaller Rind lbs Bler die it might be Worth while making the , but the prospects of Peri lodging the. Life of Effie other would be very Small. Should however the larger and More healthy a a tha twin Brothers die there would seem absolutely no Hope of saving the. Feebler of tha two. From All this it is eve debt that though the anon Flitton Between those two big users a a very remarkable and perfectly unique itis yet not so absolute As has been . In the , , it is said that Quot their respiration arid Mircu latin Are generally ,tho Calm state and their hours of sleeping and waking their Joje and ,.ringer arid pain ideas and. Desires Are the same they realize tho idea of Porfert Friendship the two being one and oath one two in thought Rind .�?� As to ideas being the same Ali Isis by no Means More necessarily so than their similar education and habits would Paoli one Oan bold conversation Githiri different person at the Sanio j time one does not necessarily know therefore what May to communicated to the other although their feelings and passions . Similar owing to the same Erisse operating upon both. Even this is the ease especially we. Sup Polh. A degrees of feeling. Since the Bre at no put of the rebellion they. Have both Ilba in tho coh federate Gray Andt Ivoy a re Hitri members 6f the same Chyroh having United,.with a Smrdu Baptist Church in their .neighbo,,.pf which they lava Eccli considered vory our thy members though born Ledger. F �-1ci climate and , is so commoner than to1 gear person i talk of the warm blood of the South europeans which is Aupp Sod to depend upon the warm climate and there must produce. Violent outbursts of passions. This is used to explain revenge of the correio Yarisi Bat trib Hiridon a who lives in a far warmer Limato Hrisi Iritha italian is brought Forward As. Ari Inetri Nao of a Tiepe and resignation wine , who la come a warmer regions is rioted for his phlegm Afcin temper Jet. Is. The dutchman More passionate than the Rii weigh or Scotchman ? and whence oame to sanguinary vindictiveness of Olden time to Seand Inqiya nay the old Ioe Laid t it is imagined that mountaineers possess More strength or More energetic character a and a More warlike spirit than the inhabitants of Plains the character of the Latte i is supposed Tobe softer. Thus it is thought the norwegian and so clip Aro More on cruet in than the Dane. , perhaps afro cd More numerous examples of obstinate defences behind the Lifis of narrow valleys but a Man is pot to be called More. Courage aus Bee also be has a Good a the soil of Denmark to fever has not sunk since Thot time when it sept combatants who kept the population of the Atlantic and Mediterranean coast we Douce did Thoy a Quiro their spirit and la it now really a a i Ishey a they were the inhabitants of the Plain of Northern Genf fitly who Rose Nigri Irieta Napoleon s do Patiam the july revolution took place on tho Plains arid on the Plains did the pole alas in i Yson 1 fight probably the last Bai Tofor . It is believed that the a fat Perii Ilins see of the europeans above the inhabitants of the rest of in caused Byi a crepe being so in tors pc ted by. to Freo from of fixated Plains so a Matt a be two a a trip rations i�.mrieh�fkoll�tat�d�, but in to lib Teaf Indian archipelago if the of a it indies is a Tell. A a sier ii Tea . Dpi Toad Egypt is bought inthe great i yes a Maui Ganges in Aniio we pit Intercourse but civilization did not exist on the largest Rivera Intha orld the South a Tori Kari Arii Rinrin air iffy Plata a until tii leu to pm a no i bought it u to a yer it iat a of i a a go. Quot Quot 8��?o a pase a Rihori Alrig inthe e be w York i supreme court child was hot in Paw ors pledge for a Deb it spy ven to Are ready to a do a thing lot us do it. Lot us not wait for time by wait for Rio a Quot

Search All Newspapers in Carlisle, Pennsylvania

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Carlisle American Volunteer Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Carlisle American Volunteer?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection