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Nov. 27, 1865, edition 1 /
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, wlijk litmonrofJllyi-fto the past tt come
not tsaek dgn w'seljr Improve the preenl it it
t..in4 ! G4 'oth ti me-1 ihe shadowy futur with
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AWuHXAi "O1 POLITIC?, NEWS. A6RI
OUi.rDRE, liUrature, fashions, financial
- nd narket reports, f
J'lf ,t4egrna from all parti of the County,
ll't-ln'!"! Interesting Kewf, published
iif prdu ij ' .. . ! ' -. . ) r
taiuilV cnn be, aiture.1 Uat th i Journal
4rema tv- j,ther la the Bute, in la;ing
ihiri A ll "iiuigence. - -
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j In the 8 ate.
fJTfth B 23 P cent for their trouble. ,
s M toiing M. a lab of, ten, w will
. Km job the malls are x sumed we shall pub
lic tbtf WIIXLT GiZSnt, at 8 per year.
Those atx&.Dg na subscription f-r the we kly, we
vlll (iirnlih them with a semi week'y untU the
neeyUu lahd.t ' ' , .
Mft rcsjfecUully In Tit e the Freis of Ihe country
V nIee fur enterprise, and we wlil reciprocate
Jn ny wV in our power.
1Q MlicHANIS, our Journal affords one el
the tetst ntediom of advertising In North Caro'.iaa.
Ix-ln'g punished In a lfXOURI8HINe CITT AND
IN tHE fESTKE OF. WESTERN N. C,. at the
junction f the Western North Carol na, R. R.,
wlth.the Central Road. -
Our, Btes of AdT sing are as follow, pay
blela a4noe: ! . . .
Ten linls or less small type, or one' Inch space,
to constitute a rquare. -
J ;- 8.00
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I rtO APVEBTI'ERS IN DETAIL.
Tne R-tcs will be fo lows :
Qaartct Column 1 month,
LfafCalumn if 44
' die ColuflJHi 1
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Fpfc'at No'Ic-s will be eharged by the square
- ot4 dol ar fox ach iLse'tlbo, for or.e Week ; and
cTeh'y 8 recent i for each losertton, for 1 m-Dth.
Ljcteri adiretd oa bmlneu, should be ad
dr itiedfo . ! I .'
' i 1JOUN S. HAJtPTO, CO,
II I j T j . ... 8U-BDRT,N..O.
CSpmrnaelcaU ns, Contribution!, Ac, to the EdW
tbrvf theSa-Uba-y Paiy-O-s tt.
15 ? JOII.M S. HAMPTOV A CO..
;W. El. COLE, M D.
f Town Ordinance.
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Q'd-ted, 'I liatt alt persona owning or
tidying in rK'ss-8 ion ol ll-ujes ' and L"tr,
v uhia fhe Corcorauon limi a ol the Town
f alialmry. ahall be rrquirt-d to liave h
hiiie in cleanly condition, free from alt
r'bfihor filth, ot any kind whats-ever
iiicj fifteen day from the puSlicatio i of
tfeia'((iina"C, and in the event of a failure
U compliance ti ..-hi order, the legit aa
tboritiee ol the Town ot Salisbury, shall
l e the came c eartd of ail fi'-h and rub
at the expanse of the owner or person
faving poesestion oi the; teid premises.
A failure to contply with the provisinna of
tbi Ordinance. hal auljcct eechi Sender
to a penalty of Ten Dollars.
Ordered, That; all persona, owni-ae on
having1 in po88etionH )U8ra and Lots, shall
be required to have the same placed in a
; aa'ef c&hdi'ion. ' The chimneys, fire places,
oeaor oter place likely to eadarg ir
the:public afe:y from fire, shall be repair
Wiihii)tteendays, from the publication of
this Ordinance- at the expiration of which
time the legal authorities shall have the
FowVr; to inrpect the same and if necessary
; shall have the same -property repaired at
the 'expense of the owner; or possessor,, of
the premises. A failure to comply with
thii Ordinance, shall subject each uflonder,
to a penalty of Twenty- Five Dollars.
CT djrtd', That the ChUf bi Police, in
p rjiobi or by aaslstants,1 shall make an in
spect on for the purpose of carrying into
effftiihe aforementioned Ordinances and
report the result of the tame within 20
' diys.lfjrom the date of ih Ordinance, to
the; Board ol Commicsioners.ol the Town.
Qrdt td. That all persons havingr, wood
or chtr.r, in the street shall be r quired to
rerrfove ih tame: in 24 hours, Ircm the
publication of this Ordinance, or forfeit
an 4 pay the suni -f Two Dollars, and the
f irihej sum ol One Dollar, for every day
the.! slid wood or 'chips, is permitted to re
main In the Street. - .
. J f i THOS. McNEELY,
S f j , Clerk Boad Com.
Salisbury, Noy. 3, 1865.' tT J
' j I CHARLES MARSHALL, ; .'
I I . Attorney at' Law,
"ffjs.'S; ".-Paul St., Baltimore, M d.
-. Will attend io the collection and adjuau
tnepta of claims.
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j I W. T. WALTERS & CO
I'li Wines At Liquors,
r.C$ Exchange Piace, (Lombard St.)
: I' I ! Baltimore.
VrH. T- Walters,
J-itthua F. McCay.
rd m Wal ers.
I NO AH WALKER do CO ,
j Wholesale and Retail Clothiers,
I Washington Building,
' fjlCS and 167 Baltimore Street,"
J J Baltimore.
November 27-h, '65. ' 6ml
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I WIIITFORD, DILL &. CO.,
' Shipping. Receiving, Forwarding and
f (jfeneral Commission Merchants,
I I Newbern, N. C.
Perional attention paid to the sale of
Produce. ' ;
Age'nta for Murray's N. Carolina Steam
ship Lines between Newbern and New
Yorkij General Vessel Agents.
Nofembf r 27;b,V 5. -3ji1
Pe sons to city snd country are requested,
at a'l times, to -furnish as verbal or written infor
mation of any erenls of public Intere t which may
transpl- e 'n their neighborhoods, or of which they
may have knowledge. ;
A LOOK AX OVB HERCH1NTS.
THE BISK OF THE BIO ' INGUX."
All citizens and visitors to Saliss
bury must have noticed on main 6treet
standing in front of the store of
T. J. Meroney & Bros., a big 'inguo,"
He looks as "fierce and warlike, batter'd
and torn; as if he had just come from
ofiSa four rears warspnth. The af
foresaid u inarun" is emblamatical of
snuff and tobacco, but in this case it
stands before an, establishment that
coataia'eTry:4 , &nyi gtju and
notions. We have walked through
the establish me nt'and we are certain
that the stock is . of the very best
taste; selected, with the greatest care
by Mr. T, J. Meroney himself
Ladies will find shawls, dresses, hose,
ribbons, laces, hats, .flowers for hats,
bonnets, hair pi as, needles and all
those thousand other things that
make up ihe paraphanalia of a lady's
toilet. Gentlemen will find clothing,
Ilatg, caps, shoes, boots, gloves and
everything else that is necessary for
the comfort of the outer, besides a
great many things that is required
for the comfort of te inner-man.
; A J. MOCK k CO.
A,TJ. Mock & Co , in Murphy's
Brick Row, have an extensive assort
ment of goods of all kinds. The at-
tention.of the country as ,weU as tha
city people is called to their stock,
as theyT have almost everything- that
is wanted. If you ;want clothing,
you find it here. Ifjyoa want shoes,
hoes, chains, axes and hammers, bon-.
nets, ha!s and glove's, and a thous
and and one innumerable articles of
the latest style and fashion. '
T3E OI-D FIRM.
It is exceedingly gratifying to the
citiz,?ns of this town to see the old
'finn of McCdbbin, Foster & Co., in
I ull blast at th a corner- Mrp.hy
Brick Row. It ' is almost" useless to
tell what this firm has for sale, as
what is it they have not got ? Bed
sides they are urbane, kind and acs
comraodating, and their qualities
have already seenred to them a large
and profitable trade, j T
MJ J. J. O ;X IB 1EB:
Maj Turner's Stare next do-r to the
Guzelle OJiy is doing a fine bnsmss and
u a favorii resort.. His collection of goods
in taste and variety is not exceeded by any
other in the town. ' - ,j
Many are the unmarked Graves, distri
buted throughput our midst but now that
horrid war has ceased we will be able to
piy honor to the sacred dead. Thoee
wishing to obtain Tombstones, &c, can
have them furnished by M. Kellogar, on
Main Street, opposite Lutheran Church.
He is prepared to do every thing in his
line in the best style. I
Messrs. 0en &, Soficld, have an ele
gant Store at the corner know n as Hender
son's corner. Their Stock of goods is ve
ry large, and they are by their enterprise
doing well, and rapidly extending their
B1ASSII1W, UltOWN i CO.
Are iri Murphy's Brick Rw, and have
already a good trade with both Cry and
Country.. Their Stock of goods is well
sheeted. : - j
. IIOIjT. KNOX.
On fhe c rner opposite Murphy's Brick
R w, have just opened ja new supply of
Rooda. rThey were selected bTMrj Knox
himself, with great -taste and judgment.
THE NATIONAL EXPRESS C,
TheNational Express Superintends
ent, Mr. John A. Joowen, was in
balisbury a t-'W.days since. He made
a number of appointments, among
them that of Capt. John Al Ramsay
as agent here, and Col. J. MeLeod
Turner as agent at! Greensboro'.
VV also learn that Lt. McPhcrson
Kennedy is elerk here, and that Mr.
Frank Craige has been appointed
messeiiger on the Western C.
R. R. These appointments are most
happy, and will give the greatest
satisfaction to the people in this sees
tion. ) ' - l .: ' : .-
Barrow our Merchant, in the Gaiette
Buildings, is constantly adding something
to bis display ot Gne Goods: four space
would permit we could dwell on this sub
ject much longer but we shall have to con
tinue "our look at the Merchints," until
SALISBURY, N. C., MONDAY MORNING,
THE MANSION HOUSE.
On one of the prominent corners
of Salisbury city there standeth an
ancient and venerable mansion called
the Mansion House, and on Monday
the 21st; the interior of this aforesaid
Hotel contained gems of great and
priceless value plain looking casket
though it be,
"And the lamps shone over fair women
and bave men."
. The fairest of Saiitbury's. daughters
had gathered there,- their eyes lit up
with iiappines antjl their cheeks rosy
with the hues of purity, health, and
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joy, as tne aance went on. vv e were
in our ; clement--the moments, had
wings and flew rapidly" a way? we
partners on the "light fantastic toe.'
"We had the quadrille and the soul
inspiring waltzl We had music soft
and balmy music from a fiddle and
a triangle.' In j fact joy ' and mirth
-were unconfined and the old mansion
looks younger in our eyes by a quart
er of a century, from the scenes and
recollections of Monday night. In
fact, for our reception, the whole
front seemed to look light and airy,
and a we stepped; from the omnibuss
in which, we had been' collecting the
fair; it was a Strange contrast to the
usual dark and sombre character of
that portion of our town. We had
wine. ric3i as rubies of the vintage of
1840, more or less ;uwe had cakes
which the ladies said was " so nice,"
and in fact we had all that the, enter
prise of the new proprietors "of the
hotel, Messrs. Reeves & Coughen
our could, with their urbanity and
politeness, furnish. They deserve to
command success. , The occasion of
which we speak was a happy and
joyful opening, and we hope, it was
the promise of the future of the hpuse.
A ROW ATTHEFI-raa DUfH-
: ot VNs .-. ;
On Tuesday night last the police
were informed that a fearful riot was
going on at the house of the Flying
Uu cbtnab," nearlLe N oxth Carolina
Railroad Depot. Wm. Shaver and
George Swink, the j polickmen on
duty, immediately proceeded to the
spot, armed with the majesty of the
law. , On arriving there they found
a number of soldiers; engaged in a
melee. They also found the bar aU
tendant, a mau named Sanders, very
badly cut witb a knife. Two severe
Wounds in the head. Swink, the
police, running for reinforcements of
municipal power, ran with full force
against a lamppost, bruising himself
severely ) and painfully. Reinforces
ment came up, as usual, after the
fight,! and the parties bad retired
from the field of battle.
Mr. W. R. Dickwiih Branson
& Farar, Raleigh, N. rC'ia prepared
to do anything in the bookbitldiog
way, in a neat and satisfactory man
ner. His advertisement will be found
in another column, irad we can, from
personal acquaintance, - recommend
him to our readers.
WHIT FORD, DiIjIj & C9,
Last wetk we had the pleasure of
meeting in Salisbury Col. John D.
Whitford of the above firm; of New
Berne, N. C. We call attention to
the advertisement in another column.
CoL. WhitforJ is well kno wn through
out North Carolina as' aa efficient
andjable businessman. He has been
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identified with the public works of
the Stnte for a long time and has
; just been elected Senator from Craven
THS OYSTFIt TR1DK.
. The oyster trade is qu.te brisk in
Salisbury. Numbers of the bivalves
arrive daily, arid at Mr. Low Benci
ni s they can be had strved up - in
ortbordox style, i !
General Kobert K.Lea is reported to
have a? Ued to the f War Department, a
few. weeks iii ce. fori permission to k'erp a
few pieces of ar i'lerv now at Lexington,
but belonging to the United Stages, for the
purpose ot instruci'ig the young men of
the military school in the artillery practice
The feppine of th Djpartm!nt may be
inferred from an fu :er being detailed from
K'Chrnor4 a few daya since to take pos
aeesion of the ordnance and remove it;
At the recent terra of the Cweuit Court
for Shenandoah c unty, the Grand Jury
had not a single presentment to make.
But on Court 'ay several horses were
ken from the citizens l y te Federal au-
thorticp, e:ause they had U. S braid) on.
Sensible ADVic-Mri George
T. Curtis, an'eipebt -Jyew York
lawyer, in a speech fat Brooklin the
other night, in whic& he announced
his intention to vote, the democratic
ticket, gave the following advice to
Mr. McPherson, the clerk: of the
United States Houis ofRepresenta
trve,as! to its orgafcization arid the
effect of his course pon s the. recons
struetion policy of. president Johns
ston. He says: J "
" The culminating point on which
this matter is first toturn will be the
action of the Clerk of the last House
of Representatives p preparing the
list of the member clet . of the new
.House, It is givenit-r-I know nof
on what anthorafy'-llial the gentle
men who held the, o.'f cttof . Clerk ot
the last House inten?l9t to place
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sons returnea aa memuers Qi t.no new
House from any State that has been
in rebellion. If the Clerk, Mr. Mcs
Pherson, means to act wisely, I should
advisehim to seek the opinion of
some constitutional lawyer, who is
above being influenced in his legal
opinions by his political affinities,
and to act upon the opinion .that may
be given to him. It -may save him
much future tribulation.'
J AN JJPPKAL,,
TO THE FKEEMASOM8 OF THE 0. STATES.
The deplorable contest in our couns
try, which for the past four years has
separated States and people inaugus
rated and carried on to destroy the
Federalj Union of the United Stale?,
is now ended. History enthrosed in
the majesty a coming judgmenl, with
the calmness of retrospect, - and the
impartiality of truth, will determine
on whom the responsibility reks of
this crime against representative govs
eminent. It will award to'. sections
and individuals their marrited con.
demnation. The orioals of rrulh and
justice, iunirnpaired by the passions
and prejudices of man, will proclaim
a final and una'teiabla decree.' Let
us then! leave to those attributes of
Omnicience their divine duties f
The civil war is closed. Efforts of
patriots and statesmen mut now be
directed to the restoration of unity
and concord among the people who!
so lately were in hostile array ajainet
each other. Ihe things that are be,
hind must no longer, occupy our
thoughts, since they excited discord
future tiiust engago aVjr energies.
ine mighty task; ot coostuuting res
conciliation is the duty now imposed
upon us. ... The renewal of the coves
nant of peace and love must be by
rebaptism with the spirit of charity
in the waters of Lethe, j -. ,
Brethren of the Order; of Freemas
sons we have our dutiejSto perform
Masons who worship is,; the temple
dedicated to a comracn fraternity,
our masonic minds and hearts hav;e
been taught those sullime lessons,
there only imparted. j
As our ancient and Lpnorable Urs
dr has never taken rarti" m conspirs
acies against the Govierament," since
this is forbidden, its members must
be true 'to the teachings'of the Craft.
We everywhere throughout this land,
must be the first to Bio w, 'by our
conversation, by our example and
precepts among men, tpat there is
vital vigor in the virtues of Freemas
sonry. : We are a 'united band free
and accepted by and between our-
selves; Discord and, jen'mity the
evil pacsion, revenge, distrust, hatred
and malic0, never yet jhave entered
the masonic temple. If our faith is
strong in the landmarks, if we have
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known of the doctrine in at it livetn
andabideth among us in all times, in
all peril, in every commotion, in strife
and war, let us now aemonstrate mat
we hold it a"s delivered to us by .the
Fathers. Our Order is consecrated
to unity; brotherly love, charity. To
enlighen mankind has been our m;S
sion since the earliest of ages, Res
fore Christianity the temple of the
Craft was open. lls teaclTe'r3 were
calling beforetftSUays i oi" the pas
triarcha, to man kind, to come and
receive the light.- That lijht has
never yet gone out. Th
e Jew, oeiore
r a i
the altar on ihe sacred mount
Pharisee, in his adoration of the sun;
the Musselman, bowing to the. East
in prayer ;' the. Greek, before the ails
tar of his divinity ; the Christian, in
devout faith at the foot of the cra.s,
alike, 4in the days of their genera'ion,
knew and understood the mystic Ian
guage. -.. God said, ll their hi light
and there was l'gnt." Brethren, we,
also, are gathered in our temple, you
as-erabled in yours; Masons in every
clime! of c mntry ate, by adoption arid
acceptance, in a common fraternity,
one, united and inseparably There
can be neither schism serration or
rebelli b within or among us. The
white apron of repentance and inno,
cence is an emblem . we all .conipre
bend. It teaches us that the entrance
of the holies can ba had but in subi
ordination to the fundamental prins
ei pies of the Order. It admonishes
ns at all timev under all circuiris
s'ances, to renounce every act or deep,
and the motives for either which can
NOVEMBER' 27,5 1SG5.
.destroy unity, harmony arid charity.
. Each member of odr fraternity ia
the several Grand; Lodge jurisdictions
ih the United States fs direcjly aps
pealed to'in his individual masonic
character to maintain, pn all thfiir ins
tegrity, the principles 6f the Orcjer.
It is his ioleran ) duty. r Obligations
once assumed must ever be . binding
in all their force,; on the conscience
Of every Mason, j ( We fcannoti f we
would, surrender! jor silence thm.
They must unite the! soul :jtt ; the
throne'of Jehovah, and are as essen
tial as His law. ; " ".'j'. . :. ."
We invoke the serious considcras
tion of the Craft to the most weigh ty
responsibility to whicih reference is
made. These obligations imposed on
Masons and jurisdictions the tecogs
nition of those rights which are thus'
common to each .ndtlf od donstU
fute the; life," power and virtues of
masonic relations; " j f'
We believe it to be the duly of
Freemasons to regard the Craft in
the jurisdictions of th States )of the
South as brethren. Tt is tiieirs to
recognize the power of th;s universal
masonic landmark. . Thus tile ' res
uion os fraternal associations- lian be
established, and j this e;xample Iberore
the people will b6 a ddmonstrafion of
the living power! of our venerable ins
stitution; j-!;' -, ! . ' '"' ;' I "'
Brethren of the sunny South, we
believe your faith and sincerity in the
landmarks are equal to ours. We
claim no right J to s'i in judgment
oyer your fidelity or your "obedience
to the landmarks or your devotion to
their perpetuity; We recall from
the past four years neither witness nor
testimony f The light in the masonic
temple;casts'no shadows. It is ever
at the meridian when;- we look into
each others, hearts, ?nd take each
hands in brotherly Ioe. . But' while
we are all Masons, wejare also fellow
countrymen. We are citizons of
States whose prosperiity is inlissulus
bly connected with this Union; We
are citizens, of States where individual
and v collective happiness and; welfare
can be best maintained, encouraged
and' secured by! the iunion of tliese
States, as our fathers and your fath
ers madeiit by that great compact,
the Constitution Letus invoke your
cordial and unreserved acknpgledges
ment of this truth. Lct us invoke
your aid to cement together the peos
pie of the States, " without re'servas
tion. or ' evi4wi"totupl ; What's
ever.w-sr1M " us anoryouV come to
gether in 'unity, in harmony,! charity
and brotherly love, as
becefit of our
mo for the common
fel'owscjtizens arid mankind. ; -;
Tne outside world Our brethren
aroiind thei globe, every people have
had their; anxious attention directed
to this Unilon of States, in the land
of the setting sun, ; The problem of
free government has been ; closely
observedini its practical working for
the past' half century i They - know
up and down in ibis land the Craft
ism are dwelling in the mystical or
ganization bf the Order. The world
and our Craft are asking in every
known tongue, has has Masonry no
power to heal the wounds of the
com mon wdaltu ? T Has j Masonry no
power to bjnd up that! which . is broi
ken to pour in oil and-wine into the
torn and lacerated hejuts of, citizens
of the great nation of the Wfst?
Have masonic teachings lost their
power ? Are the ear deaf that the
people cannot hear the joyous founds
of unity arid peace, cjoncord, charity
and brotherly love, wlhich opiue out
of the masonic temple as the rays of
morning out of chambers of sunrise ?
- Brethren, let us shejw mankind the
power and the truth of masonic lands
marks. Lict us gird jour loins,-with
strength, take the symbol of; love and
unity ih our hands, rut on our feet
the sandals of good will, imbue out
hearts with earnestrijess arid faith;
then will the glad tding3 j of great
joy fill the masonic wiorld ; then will
we throw away the iron tools of the
outside craft "of men, and again take
up thosa symbolic emblems jby "which
foundation stone of j-union securely
laid. ' 4 jj-. !". 1 ! '
We owe our country and the world
the dutv ! of our exjtmplc.l Let us
' make, it manif-st. Cpme ahiong us ;
we will cro amon; vbu. YourH.ems
pie : Your masonry fs our inasonry ;
whither. masomc teaciiings bid s go,
let us so tojretherj Brethren, we
invite voii. bv the rreat crlory of our
indestructible Order.jby thi undying
light Which illumines; our pathway to
and from tne comtnufiion of the Craft,
by your; precept and example, and
efforts among, your! fellow? country
men, to b' gin, the great work of res
construction.! . !
Then, in the future of this great
nation, the voices otj the v?hUpering
vavpt nt tha Pacifi-v unitinar with the
roar of the Atlantic, will proclaim
u mercy and truth are met together ;
righteousness and peace hive kissed
each other. Men of Ame! jca, behold
and listen I Wc, officfera of t,he Grand
Lodge of Freemasons of the Stste of
Pensylvania, have felt it'oiir. peculiar
privilege thus to address tbp Craft in
their cvtral juritlic ion's, North,
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South, East and West of this Union.
"Ve do this in the true spirit of Frees
masonry. We appeal only to Maons
by the immemorial language among
them every wkere. There is no other
rhotive but charity, unity, brotherly
love, which actuates u. With pols
itics we have nothing to doL AVe are
Masons, and as Masons we invoke
yoar ear to listen and your hearts to
to act. Brethern, by "the love rnd
right, hope and faith which belong
to our Order, as from the beginning
Ot time we saluteyou.
May the great Architect (jfHea
ven ana rarin 10 level ana squire
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our minus ana nearts, thai oy our
motives and actions "men may know
that Thou, whose name alpae i Je
hovah, art the most high orer all the
earth T'-fe; !.:
tea w in an c to is communication
the members of this Order in (be
United States, trusting that the pu-,
rity of their purpose will be acknows
ledged and appreciated. Let the;
good mesonry be extended and es4
tablished, and mankind led to believe:
the virtues of this venarable Order
yet exist in the potency pf their pris
mcval strenghi, wisdom and beauty!,
We salute you, as hcund with us
in the bond of fraternal charity and
love. : . -. '
LUCIUS H. SCOTT,
Frand Master of Masons of Penns'J
sylvania. ' . j' '' .'
JOHN L. GOOD ARB,
Deputy Grand Master.
RICHARD VAVX, 7
'. Senior Grand Warded.
'. R. A. LAMBERTON,
Junior Grand warden,
Grand Treasurer .
WILLIAM H. ADAMS,
Grand Secretary. , .
Grand Ofiicers of the Grand Lodge
j of Pennsylvania, A.: 1' M.,Nand
the masonic jurisdiction ibereunto
belonging. " .
I -Philadelphia, Sept, 11, A. Ih,
1865. " ' : "
A Southern correspondent of the
Baltimore gazette, speaking ot ihe
condition of South Carolina, says Sqs.
ciety Hill has come off better than
any part of our State. Charleston is
a ruined city. It is lamentable to
see the actual suffering there in our
rhost aristocratic and formerly wealthy
families many living on United States
rations, just as 1 arrr.
President Lincoln and Secbels
TAry LiIIAse. A special correspond
dent of the Cincinnati ENO.IRER,'
wntingfrom Columbus Ohio, on the-
litu instant, states tne loiio wing mis
portant intelligence ;
i MrR. L.' P. Barber, prominent
Republican of this cty, has procured
a letter of Mr. Lincoln',, written bes
fore his nomination, taking strong
ground against the efforts ot Mr.
Chase to nulify the fugitive slave law,
in the release of tho Wellington rescue
rioters, in 1861, and denouncing this
ostracism of Judge J. R. Swan,
Barber has sent the letter to Press
ident Johnston to show that.Chase is
a nulifier, and hunce an unfit Judge
to try Jefferson Davis, As Chase's
sentiments were made public at the
time, they would be used ihargus
ment to the Court as rimilar to the
Course Davis subsequently pursued.
The letter is to be made public in aj
few days. .
A Phrenologist on Soldiers.
Some eoihusia-tic believer in phre
nology has been' pursuing his investis
gations even amid the mournful relics
of the battle fiild. He furnishes, his.
conc'u-ions in the following letter ta
the irhihtdelphia Journal :
1 1 itelv took a ramble through the
battlefields near Spotsylvania Court
IIoas, -where Geneials, Grant and
Lee, aud their vast armies, had the
memorable cmrecraent in May,
1864; and knowing that you highly
value facts that may bent fit the
science , of which you are one of the
leaders, I will give you the sub-tauce
of some observatioRs I made ou. the
skulls of Northern and Sourthern
Soldiers who were killed in battle. .
I The skulls of the Southern soldiers
jiave a greater development, of th-e
organs of Comparison, Destructives
jaes: Benevolence, bpirituaiity, belt
esteem. Friendship, and Parental
Love than those of Northern soldiers;
while the skul's of the men of the
North have more of the facultit-s o
In livi duality, Casualify, Human Na.
ries, Firmnes-s, Approbativenes and
Comb:itiveness than those ot tne
South. Now. these are facts and
hold trood in the case of a majority
bf Skulls which I examined ; but
nrhpther thev will ' bear the test, of
Istanding s:de by side with exam in as
tions made heretofore 1 am unaDie to
! The editors of the Warrenton Sentinel
were sum mau! y ordered to report to the.
Provost Marshals, and take the Amnes'y
Oath, and atierwards ordered bv the C '
oritJ co mm and ine -to send to him ihej ale
of jsp .ra for examination. ' v 7.
The people of Shubataj .Clark r
Ifninty, Mississippi, have Wen resist
si government agent, named -Mcs
lofmaek and drove way a stjnad of
egro soldiers whom he placed over' .
Ihirty bales of cott mt which he ha I
e,'ized as belonging to the Governs
inC'.t -; ' - . . ','.'" .
tThe Rev. James Heard ha j sworn.
"ownership of ten bil-s, anl
Mternpted to gain )osess:on of that ;
Slrount by, civil process, enforcal by.
fj Ju. Cherry; sheriff, lb process ,
ffas, ot course, resisted by the soldiers
fhen the ' slieritf called
a-, posse of
citizens, who, with arms, drove "the
rluard away. McCormack had teles '
graphed tor . more soldiers, and the . ;
'sequel iVnot known.. The next day, ;
rft rid ay,) November 5 th,. a personal
I difficulty grew out of the affilr in 'i
cut AJcCorruack with i krfe. "
yih Mrssfer Altark-d in On
St. Louis, November 13 Iliifh-
way robberies and burglaries are become
ing so frequent and .daring hre laiely as
o crea i e general al-trm, aud -citiients.aro
serious. y con'empla iwg . the formation of
iiitance committees. Two men lave
been kilkd in e cuun'ers wish h'ehway
robbere. pe p!e aro niah ly - robbrd oji the
sirett and housed broken into by burglars.
-'About noon yesterday ,ihe col'ec inif
mess enaef of i he United States' Saving
Bank, hav ng $35,O0t) in Lis -pouch, waa
knot kid d jwn on one if (be most frequen
ted bt. eta and 1U monevTseiz- d. The
eollUtor, however, fired wi h his revolier
at the rebber, vhi dropped the money, but
Burnoisi Co's Bank was also robbed
yeiteerday of $7 000. No clue to the fob
bera has been obtained.
Jimes Bur.net, an employee of the Or." ;
ante and Alexandria railnal, was s'abb ,
cd in tlie abdotnen,. ancLeeverely itjiiie I,
br ; Thurdsy night, in Alfxsrdrti, by ;
CorporalWorner, ot the One ilundrr d and
fiirrety-fi-.th Ouij regiment, in i htuee of
ill fame. . " ,
. -. . i , .
'' The Provost Marshall of A'esandrai, on
the applica ion of .Mr Qutly, hs 'a'ten '.'
the books oMheOranga and Abxaiidrai
tailroad. and holds thun sul ioct to the or-
'der of the War Depurtmcnt.
uHr. Drouvn de D-huyp, the Emperor
Napo'eon's Minis'er of State, in'ima;el io
our Minister in Paris, soma two years sga,
tLat thi Frepclt .Tri'ops would be with
drawn wht never the Uniied .Slates ; was ..
willing to recognize Maximiiliiup, but
that till such rec igi.nion wa conccdjed
france-would feel iert-elf in h.rior bDond
pot to desert him, 'sfier having teen ihis .
meanB ot assuming eo delicaie a poti ion. '
, ; .There is a staterricru afl at, w ich is .
readily accepted by persoii-s hi are in po
anions to know the iacts, that the Prebi-
;dnt ha din c;ed the diebancirnent cf tho I
War Ds'parument deictive lcrce under
CtoBerat t. O. BakCT, an that ttie 'lift.ona
Pulic Bureau ba biliehc4. Genn'ml Ba-
kcr and the oiher eumniissionrd tfn.ero t
the b rte wt'l be assigned to J'othtr dty if
'this be true. .
' Amongst the property captured by the
Fedcial torctsjust b fre ihs close of the
rt b l ion was d.aU beloniiing to the reb
els, dated Jnunry 12, 1?G5, for three thou
sand pounds sieriinff, drawn by the rebl:
iiove-nment on the hcue ot Brown, Ship-
ey Sc. Co., London. A thrt time sgo
ht8 4lrau was sent to JN .w York fr cl
octien.T Tdy' th Secretary of ti e
rreasury received olfiiial iniellisence that
he rt-ati had been paid.' netuns the sum ot .
$14 633 in gold.
Tom Savers th? pugelist is d .ad-
A nurr br ef Fonians are now on trial'
in E island.
At a piano fore' warehouse in New York
a weary young workman got into a b x.
Cntainint! an upright p'ano, partly pcke'd, ,
and v.'tni to sleep on the; srraw. He waa "
nlisscd, but not discovered, ai d the box
cover was qnieMy screwed on. The wea
ry )ou;g man wa-j presently awakened by
ho rude shock oc3inn by jemovme the
b')x to ihe wagon in lb street, end 'found .
himself standing u?on bin head. A'terihe
apse ot some moments he made hiniS' il
heard ar.d wa releisecl, but not until he
was weli-nigh Bi-ff-caud.
A woman nard IVtrs TTannah Kitbv,
mw-f'ered her husband, Robert F. Kirby,
in K clunor.d. . , -
Etrl Jl'tspell had been formally installed
remier cf Great Britian and Lord Clat"
dih Foreign 'Secretary. ITefipcfcripff tho
further arrarfn:en!8 considerable ditncul-
ly was experienced.
PROSPECTUS OF THE RICHMOND .
' RICHMOND, VA.
THIS Jurnl will ih published ss a.
Monthly octavo of einh' pajees the Jat
nary number bdi'g usujd early ia Dec; rn
A resnectab'e number of the best writers
in this coun'ry have promised their sup
port, (an os'e nta ious disp'ay of names is
avoide I ) ml a tne lu mora guzt to pay
at the highest J iurnat rates for Ar'.iclta,
Essays, Correspondence and reviews ot
rrcant works, it ia hi pad that the, onmat
depar ment ot the J mrnal will Le ' enutled
to refjjict and conjjoence.
?;The" pages of the J T aal will b Hevofed
to Gruinal Articles, Foreign ard D me-
te Correspondence, a Rcirpppct ot Medi?
i inn and Sureerv during the Ute war, an
Eckc ic Department wh;ch will fe .chi-f
feature bt the Journal,) K por'a oi a cie
tica. Associations, Hospita's and CJi.nicai
Lectures ; ftitw and Bibliographical
Notices, Meiial News, Editorials, Mi
ce'laneous Matter, etc.
Without making special promise', the
Editors Will eridcav r to make this Journal,
acceptsb'e to its f unporters.. ' ,,
TERM5 :-piFive Dollirs yarly. ifaid
in advance, or be.'ore the expi-auon ot the
third month after, ihe date "ul-s'rip'wn ;
if paid after this period. Ten dollars p:r
Advertisements will bo weried on the
most lile-al terms, snl as there are no
Mdicat journals now pibl'mhed in the
Southjern States advertiBere will er y y pe
culiar advantages. . ' . ..
E -S. OA1LLARD. M- D. R cbmond V a,
W S McCHhSNEY, M D -S annton. Va.
Editors and Publishes.
.p&i A'l lettf rs in re-'aiion V ih Liter
ary or buuiness'inureets r.f ihe'JornaI
wi l b "dressed Dr. E S. Gtillard,
B-JX'193 rt'ehmond, V.a. -
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