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NASIIYILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1803.
, OF T
Tb N'iliriuil Kaio was commenced Ut aiirlng,
for tli irpoa" vKiliig Hi Ebl Koulluirn Un-fe-l.raoy.an'l
oradvocntlnl th retirati'"li orfYlaral
authority, tlliol any aUWnuiut, over nil th Stab's
lilcS tiav tliipUl to aafel. Itol.jt we to
proclaim doctrine of l.lherly nl l!nlin, i tliey
were our expcruniled ly th father of th Republic,
but which fr tnor tlie n yrar Ui Urns na
dreary carnival of treason had bn nepoken and
unwritlon Id tl.a Capital of tlx Htat .f AmokiW
Jirato, ami trtreaiuoil up"tily In Ui Usurl of
tlie fjtUbful. We LUevo'l thai the rlj;lil y In cun
itaet a lo) ill Journal, In a rlly Ilk Neilivllle, Bt euih
a time as thla, u to ralso Hi warerlng a-.d llmlil
upto the triM staii'lard of patriotism, an l not to
luiwf lh taul.iril of JalrioU-in,tirt'r the manrrnr i.f
anus other Jetiruwla, t ult th .lepive.l Uit of th
aoml InyalasJ nympjlUlwii's llh lbs EL binon.l lj
naa'.y. ' "
Tl Uhion, thtit-ofor, his held s.1 friends all w1k
support, ami an fuj'S all w.io opKne, th Vnioo of th
Stills. It ttbworl I KimwnB am Sunoxxinr.
With itJe aB.l trillion It tout no oinpiouiiw to
Dink. It contend for llw lVdrid (i iwl.tuU in nnl
tho Law mode In purauaiic thi ronf al th St;riiBiia
Uf ot tiii l.tsn, au)thm la the OoimtitiitlKii aud
Um of any of th hUtra to the contrary notw'tli
Itcontondi for the Union of lh Btnt', hecaus
lihul It tho prowtvatlon uf our llbertki and lmtl
tullota aud tlu oignnlzattou of oclct lUelf ar
wholly lniioiilhlo. lhrfur, whatover standi In
th y orcrushlii out the rebellion and rnatoriax
lh Cnloa must pirt h, no nmtt.T by wlut umlt
l eal'nl. ' ' .
Wln tlmiuaud of our cltlion ohlli re Tuy down
thi'lrllvt Um Uialtur ofthilrcouutry,a aeacrl
flce alovo all onrlhly prlo, end pre-l"ii in Ihu eight
of ll.n, tioel forbid that any ignoble mollv f
lf iitorent fliould nrnke uuy man wave r in lib loy.'
ally. If tliur bo any 'h, h t thum loi'k at th
blood of Shiloli, "ort Ponidnuu, Slurfi-uMhoro and
rtodvlckeburf;, and bluh at tholr wlnkednea and
lolly. l.oe for our cmiutry thould uow ovcril.kdow
very thr fuellB; ; and ho i uo patriot ho loves
hli hntam, land, or p'roc with a lithe of t!ie dera
tion tikh h fuoU for hi country. Kven prudi'iit
aalDshioK ehould cuTiij! nwu to be )triol4, f..r who
i nu hip to aaf c lib own troaeun a li'Uii the wrwU ef
ruluil and dlnnnitr'd Cnlon?
We Kiut to k the land "m o more blenai d with I he
ndurliy eunehln of an honorablo lc, baeed upon
Ui coiuyleto and uuoonditloual luhuiUalou of th
reikis new In arnu, and "t lit up with U iUhcIITuI
KlowoJ apdar bawd Kn niaecuhitu l ji1ty, and
couonM"l to traitore thn glow of a nioti'or which
would tii only to betray, and going out woulii
li'jiv uU durkni'M leul'old more gloomy than that
which provnlU'd bofrtre.
Three fe lh ntlmonU and vl-w whhh th
Ukiom will continue to advenat through whntcrer
o( etorni lunahlno may nwait it in Iho future, and
we auk Ike auport of nil who bolljve It to he Import
ant that athuroughlyand Tluoromly b yal ne l--r
should hepuhlhihed 111 Naiilivillo,
TEIMS OF SUBSCUIPTIOX,
(m Tk nnn.)
Lially L'nlol, (alnile euy) iwrannuni S1U '
per we'k Uft
JfJ-AU cammuuicatlona ou hunlmu-a with the OAVa,
will be addhed to the riTtt'iciSol VSWS,
and all (Wuoaunlcttlom to tU Miof will U a 1 di et
ed toS. C.MKKCttt.' '
Kdllonof loyal newnpapora will do ua a grat kind
ui'li hy ropubllahhig the forroreliig, or Itx auh.fteac.
Ti ruricnt tniimuctlona In Tonneeae for tnonthe to
roin will "tut blghly Interesting to all lori'rH of their
country aid het fre luatHutlotii, and the columns of
the I'mon will furnUh the enrllp't un I mwt n llnld
hUbvry ofthoa tvml.,
UATES OF ADTEItTISIXG.
(T! 11)11 OR I. (a TO COltaTITOT & grr.)
1 Square, I 'lay, $1 ta e;irh nddit'nal Inaeit'n, M
Iweek, 3 iu ouch additional aquaic, 1 M
.. it j .. 4 r,o n .. ami
' 1 month, ( " " mti
ti it jj u in) " i M
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t ti n m is mi " " "" 8 on
h ii t ii jjoiio " " " 100O
TO ADVERTISERS IN DETAIL
Tte BiTaa w ilt aa a rvLLow i
VunrUT Tohnnn, 1 month ,
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AdveiileenrntH ocrvpylng anv eHfOlal iMtlII In-
tda, IN Kr rait, a Idiltoual , eifuml poeiltoit ouuode,
lo pir rent
t ar Advert hemi'iita Inserted In Iho l.oi'al Olumu
dial ud al tlta rule of twuuty centa fU' Ulie.
CtianKca niny b made trlodicali' wliru agreed
ition l but evetymii'li t han will Involve eatru ex
ienHe, to tie ld for hy the adVuiil.-fr.
4) m itdt'erft-lrracxcerWoiy laa tjiaoa tviJrJrfeil or irtfl
b eLsia4 W Aa ewreje.
marrlaga aud t'unrral Notlrrn,
tfl'tn xi'uUliit llv lluat, will lie chargod at Hi
uaual adveili liig rauwi. (
Annoiinrrmrnta of ('undid ate.
For mwttt linker , (lit no
" i .unity " ft (Hi
Adrraah re.pilred In advaur for all advit!ne
ntviila, unle'ta hy ap.Hdul aKreemuut.
V.a, the uiidihned, ha.e tbl day ailo.exl the
abve rwtva, lo wl.l n we bind omativiia atrlclly I
WM. CAMfcUOS, for the
J01IV WA1 LACK, for tho VpvUk.
NiANVitti, Timm., July I'Jth, lntii.
uro. w. BntwMAKiK. uthon h kou:i
SHEWMAKER & ROBB,
No, U, SOUTH IOIIKT11 fTKEIT,
(aawaaa aimit aku wauitt,)
kt. i.ovm, no.
lMabllslii'il for the Brurfit cf Strmigrri,
auitM ro at. iotn i iun' o . .
tiok, Woundad, or Soldtor that hvt
Did tram WonntU or licknon.
ClORIUXr INTH.l.l(iNt' Wllb UK OlVgV OK
J tti oBdllUo ol any Hi' k or Hi ndi d aV di.T in
T. 14'1'IM. l.lH I.SVUJJ(,aM'IN,ATl, SA-HV1I.I.K,
Mill 'Ml t'ltV, any whr lt.nial iv lh Vi.i.jo
lii itmet.i. Tflie la t e mil Aitjiy lut.i"ktnee
i Otoe to the I'liiM'd Cltali', aud lu. uiatuu reuaid
tug Kildlria (nail aey pai t of th I.' tf. ran b Kleu
at ai.y t:ni.-, by mll.ng at. or waiii .j to the Am
lamiiuiiri li.nii, ,t (Utlo h.n So.
K. II I'Kkaoa ixiaiK to HT. L. I l n?
teaia Kaia-Mw wiU el.uln all nennary iniurinatioB
by ealltng at oar lAU., No. ll,i-oulli iitu ih Miru.
May li.UDi r
JlVr UV.riLlVl.il AM KllH MU Af
f5l koutH 3MiUt ftit.t,
(IMe.eu I'Uirili and llr.uij ta., hl.j.1 A "aiilh 4
Old ! and )
. JOHN HCOH BMrTH, Jfiaanr.
WILLIAM 8 HANK, Kteordtr.
QUH CHUHBLET, Jfanaal.
lr,mtf fraif-W. U. Wllklnaon, A. 0. Tcker,
and Jatne A. tiled.
(SerJta of At Afurlef John niumhly,eai-of!W, BrKj
Jacob Kri nch, second ; aud Tbo. AtoCariy, third.
, To itaanxir William driver.
ft-newa Cnmnr k. 8. 8hklnl
Waff Tom CWIor K. B. 0 arret t
JVeaeierer K. lUnry. . '
HVi.ii intler Thomaa Leake,
MufKrHtWroJ tit Workkomf J. (J. Dodd.
fueHniandenl o (Aa Wder HVW-Wra. BUerarl.
CM, o On Tira IV,r7ien-John M. Bcahury .
Sftrton of (A Oaatery T. B. McBrid.
Nrtrt Oiw J. L. Stewart., :h '
. Cut AUorlrjr-K, T. Mutiny. ' 1
Kmu 4Mermae U. M. Brlcn pr(:di.nl ; loha
Caipor, Joa. J. Kohb, Kd. Mulloy, B. (i. Sr.8l, W. .
ChoHiliKiu, M. I). I. t.lailiorttfl, and J C Smith.
vommtm duaaeif Andrew Andrraon, Praahlant; Ja.
T:rn. r, iliwin Moberte.U. M. Houinate, Aliraliam
Myers, A let. Mi:l'anel, I.. B. Ilungh, Ctiarli Sayer,
J. B. auiiwiee. W. A. MiHIellanu, T. J. Yarbroiinh,
Wm. driver, Wm. Btuwarl, Ih.j. Cready, Wm. Haily
and Win. Munborn.
TA.VMSO llMMITTlt Of TH OITT COCSClt.
rinoitoe Know lee, Scovrl Hid Brlen.
ICtwr HenhAmlereoB. !uittb and Clalborn.
iireei Hull, Turner, Ifyi'm, alulloy, Cbratban,
Tarbrough, Cready and llaily. i
Waar Turner, Carper and Mi't'lelland.,
eV:Wa .'heatbam, Mulloy and Kuowles".
it a Iie;wiWnen Myera, Htewart and McClelland
Oat Lrtta r, C'ready aud Myor.
tvmeferp .-mlth, Sanbirt'n and HUwarL ' ' '
MarkM Uimm Yarbrough, Koberu and Carptr.
M.i-ea Hudov, Moliaulel aud Htawarl.
I'oliet theailiam.llrlen and Unjrer. r
fil.rin(n Orady, Clulhorti and Myera. L
HViUw-Hftyore, Rohb and Moriautel.
Imyrormmlt td Exj tndttmrm McCiel and, Brlen
PuUie IVojirrl Rohh, Stawart and Prlrer. (
IW Jfimie Uuip-r, Rotithgat and Ua'lev.
4)aT The Board ol Aldermen meet th Tuodnya
noil preoi iling the t-ond and fourth Tburedwy In'
earb month, nod the t'einrnun (Viunotl the eei'oad
and toiiith lhuradaya in each ni'ntb.
NIGHT POLICE '
rtipMln John llangh.
irjt Urlttmnnt Andrew lovwv
Krroni l.usttlmnnt ,lhu If. IHt.
PollrwnKm Jtckeon, John 'neender, Ntcb lia
l,Joid I'hiriiei, Wm. Bakr, Jjohn Odtrell, Wllluun
kiavo, John Kiiglea, J. W. Wright, John l"uckett,
Robert Poult, W.C. l"rancl, liavld Tato( (aa. Hu
lilt and W. llnnley.
ArThoPollm Court U opened very morulng at
IXHfNTY OITFICKKS. .
Saar Junie M. lllutoo. flauHae Thnina Hob.
on and . I. K. Buchanan.
Rpitr rhlnofis Garrett
lrateeW .liuier Tuyere
(Woner N H. Belcher.
Hanger John torbitt
Kareme i,U4r'vr W. D. Kobertaon. .
kxilronA Till fioV.ioe J. . Brlley.
UawMl.lea fur (Aa A'oaAeila Vittrici John D (Jower
and i. ti. wniait . . . , , , , , ,.,
! . ,' COUNTY OOURT. ': 1 j ,
fff Hon. Jiioa T.1iltwirth. -'
r'ar V. I.indsley Nlohul.
-Tlie Judire'i Court mi-eta th Biat Monday in
eaxli month, and the ijuarterly t'onrt, eompoid of
th Uaglatrntciof the County, la held th Brat Mon
day in Jaiiiiury, April. July aud October.
CIRCUIT ' COURT.
tier Dald C. Lot.
4T-Tho Court mei'la the Drat Mouday In Ma rob
M,nn M M. Brlen. '
War t'harlaa K. Mggona.
rTho Court roeeU tbaflret MonUy la April Al
gual and Urci mlier
f.vJ..r Hon. 8muel D. Tncreoe.
Cler and -Viflar J. K. Oloate.
t- The (Vmrt meet th tret Monday lu Mty and
Ijwirlmea Heml'inarter on High etroet. Mai.
iou. UoeecralL, oolninandlng.
Cki-f iJuartermaMrr Headquarter on High atret,
uenr Cedar. Lieut. Col. Jno. W. Taylor.
? Commiaaot-awiieailiinartera ou Muumioratrot,
near Broad. Lieut. Col. ft. Situiuona.
JVovo MtimM Oeerral HiadluarUr on Il'.gh
trai t. Copt W. M. Wile.
kiiMiiI aMlonl IHreetor Sur((0on k. Henry Thnr.
ton, V.H oIh., Vt t berry atro. l.
roTTeau,uartirfl on College atreet, between dni
Ion aud Church atreela, (Dr. Waters' residence. ) (inn.
It. B. Mitchell, oninluiuuUng.
AUtant iirtrrmtuittr luahnrelng and luapeetjng
Oiucor, on Clieni' atiwet, between Church and BrnniL.
Cal't. J, ti. ( handler. . . ,
AtMtant Qamrieriunafer In charge of Tranajiorta
lion, en Clo rry atroet, between lulon and Church.
Cupt. J. 0. Biuifham.
Auittant (JMrtrriuutr Tn rhnrgnrfClolhlng.tamp
and (ianiaou ai ulpiige, Ko. IT Market atroot. ipt.
Tho. J. Cm,
Auulanl V.trt.Tmer In eharg of Mean of
Tranaporlatlon and UQarterniaatora' More, on Cherry
troei, near Theatre. Llent. Chaa. H. lrvin.
jIhi'iIaiiI Qnasimnatr lu charge of Fuel, Forag
and Uutioueiy, io, l Market atruat. (apt. Wiu.
Uilla. , .
A ii'w CTorteniaaar Tor the Aaa1gnmnt of
Quarter and HeoniTlng and leaning tloepiial dlorea.
CaiH. C. McKaau laporla ,
I. 0. O.
JoKff T. Hn, Grand Senretary, a haul d b w.o.'jd
f at A'aArtlia, Xaaa. t
IVimuum Ldg; No. 1 Meet aver Tuee lay Kvou
lng,at their iitiil.ou th corner of Vulon and fum
nierelrveu. Th" oilhvrt g,r the picuai t U'riu.ara:
0. M. Irieur, N ).; i. It MilM, V..t i. L. Woaklcy,
beoretary ; L. K. fneln, Treejiurer.
IVa6a io.lv'. . 10 Meet al th aani plar
every Monday Kvening. Th oittcer aro t K. A.
Carnphrll, NO; llai.ry A.pla, V.O.; J. L. l'aia,
bierelary ; B V. Rroan, Treitaurer.
Ihiilleg Jxxfya, An. (HI Meeta at their Hall, On filO
Cherry ain'ai, every frlday iTinlng 'lb ofllorii
ar. : O. C. Coy. rl, N ( I grauk Hiuman, .U.; J.nii
Watl,beoriry ; W . al. Ma-lnry, Tri.acar.
Atwrera Lody, So. lu&, (iariaau Uieia at th
Hall, corner ol Cuion aod Hummer atreeu, very
fhureilay Kv.nleg. TI'C odieera are Cliaile Klch,
N ii.; I'. rrie.lma', V U ; BHU rlWh, Hecrvlaryi
Oeo Mtllei at, Treaaurrr.
Jl.lgillf iauiaiimeej(. No. l-Met at th above Bal
ea the Diet aud thud Wietnoaday of idt month.
Tb ollionraare: J, Mill, C.l".;T. H. MoHrida, ll.P
O F. Fuller, S.W.; rler Hatria, Jr., J.W.; Jolut If
Hide, Borih ; B. K. Culler, Treasurer.
(Mtee brtmk AiweampeMNl, No. 4 Miwta at Ml
abov Hall on the aeooud and fourth Wedneaday
tKhta of oat h niouth. Tnaorhrera are: Ja. T lleii,
CIV; Henry Apple, II P ; L. Mi ker, 8.W.; B. Pried
man, J.W.i cnarle Ktioher, l-cnbe; J. N. Ward.
I'aa Ieevea or" IlakU-n Ballok Meets tb if
rrhlay artaiaooaol aa -,Ui, at o'ck-.
NAMES OF CHAPLAINS
Ik tained f ILyiUl iHity in O.i'tdtj.
L. Raymond, SIhI IUirtoU, HopitU
Xt.i. 1 od 10.
J. Smitu, lflth Olilo, no-iiluli Xoi. a
itid 5. ;
J. PiifciinH, S;Uh Olilo, Ilonpltil Xo. 4.
K. F. Dki.o, ;!tlh Iuiliani, Hoamtals
Xo. I' sntt Z
J. Dillos, hSih Olilo, UottplUlg Noi. T
(X Kv vneiiv, Mist Ohio, Moguls Xoi.
8 tid 13.
Jas. Mattiikw. lVithKtuhhkr, Hog
Jiltil Ko. 'J and OlUeT. . '
J. Coomu, 5.1 Ktntuckr, llogiiitali
Nos, 14 ud IS.
' NOS. AND LOCATION"
IIOSriTAlS IN NASIIVILIX
1 Qua Faotory, Cnlleg Mroot, ou , tli Hill.
alurgeon, J. I . W arn,
i Unlvemltx Building, Market alroet, oa th
Hill. Burgeon, A. W. KnIXT.
t Knelty'i Building, 8.1 eornar Public Bo, tier.
burgeon , AiJtx. Kwiaa.
t Howard High School, Col'ege atreet, on th
Mill. ami. Mirgoon, w. a. mw
inn Tactory, npper end Firnt atreot, Aart.
' Burgeon, T. M. Uujaa.
1 College atreet, Kaar Broad. Burgana, Caia.
, ' acailaet..
7-4.ollege street, between Ctnrch and BroaJ.
Aot. A as l. Purgeon, 0. W. Franc -g
Maionlo Hall, Chnreh etreet, BMtr Bnmmor.
Asst. Burgeon, 1). Baoin.
1 9 Can-lag Fastory, M irket atreet, below th
Biuar.. Act. Aut Surgoon, J. D. Saga.
1 10 Medical College:, Collojr atrrnt, on th BUI.
Act. Asst. Burgeon, W. K. BowlimO.
11 "Purr Hotre" On th tnlverslty Plk.
Act. Arft. hurgeoo, L. II. lloui.
1 12 Broadway Hotel, Broad street, corner Cherry.
: tiurgwn, r :n. Sjituol H.
1 13 Ilum High riehool, Spruce street, cor. Broad.
sturgeon, . HKaaica.
1 14 Female nnbool, Church etreet, 'iear Chatta
nooga IXiput. Burgeon, 1 Ran. Havnomc
lft Uynca' High Bcbixd, Line strait corner Sum
mer. Surgoon, V. M. Cumaia.
18 Gordon Block, corner Broad atroot and Blvar
Laiidjiig. riurgoon, Iatib WtUH,
17 (IrrKTaa' IIosriTAb I'lanlert Hotel, t'um-
uitr street, corner Ieaderlck. hurgnon,
a). I). Watrrmsm.
18 Corn or Churrh and Oollog (treat. Surgeon,
F. T. IloRaTBAU.
lttMorrll AStrAltoa 'a Building, Ko. H Market
- atreet. burgeon, L. H. ADMR.
20 Buptiat Chinch, Sunimor street. Surgoon, .
21 Mthodisi Churali, Church treot Surgoon,
K. DiKRK-rr ;
wM Harilcastle', Bonth Market atreoi. Surgeon,
23-0rni!r i'ino and Broad atrWdfi. Pnrgeon, 0.
86 Corner Market and Clark stroela.
k. C. Itioa.
To onr ftnbaorlbcrta 1
lu ovnaeiiUMie of tho haoreas In tit st-li of paper
and ovary other matarlul used In a Prlutuig-Cfllce,
e bar beam eompalUd toriatlt prlu of iau- paper
to ii ci. per week, or W pw nouih to wekly or
monthly ulicrilM, and $1(1 a year to yearly uhi
crlbcrs, which mu4 In all ouaia be paid In advance
, . . j
Kotlce to Itewnlealer. (
N'cwa IVnlora wanting nieru than ou hundred
oopiea, must aend In their order hy 9 o'clock, the
vi ning previous, to havo them Blled prompllf ' i
Fof sal at this QiDoo, nuch a Monthlf Cbavponf
JWer-aa, (lolhtuf Befnrna, Ordmvnct Return, PrtrMm
RefHriiA, Fpeaal BnuliiUion; aV , I
Port CttAiTX (Hecond 1'roHhytorhtn Cliur;li,''ol!eg
street, between the uar and the Inlevlll Iep.t)
Pahbatb Hcho.il and Boldlr' Blbl Claaa at a'alik'k
very Babhath morning. Preaching at Vi e'oloolc,
A.M., and at T P.M. Prayer-Meetnig vorp Wc
needay night at T o'clock. . ' I
J. isr. MIZE,
Fa30 rmiOAf STIILT.Ti ,
HAS Jl'ST OPENEP Aft FJTSSaVTl j
rancy and Family Grocery,
W FlUKi! WILT, BB FOCND CONSTANTLY "N
hand the beat of every article in that Una. The
attention of the publiu Is solicited tn tho stork, which
cannot be anrrd u th irlty. ..
reah supplie reoetved weakly.
HeiucDibor lo call at !
Ho. 30 rnloti Mtreut.
Feb. 18 If. .
SUTLEUS ATTENTION! !
PHILO M. OLAKK,
band's Chicago Cream :Alo,
IK UUIJi. AND BOTTl.lil. . j
121 Fourth etroet, lulevllle, Ky. Bud ou your
ders. , I -
Keb2S-lm '' P. M. U.ARK,' ,
W. 8. OlaKRtl Hma-rUL, Vo, Xi and Ik, '
Hours of Admission to Visitors'
JVrrt 2 i 6 P. jV., trcrpt on Sunday, mltaf
rt admission it grqiUed, i . j
YIS'lTonS WHKK DfSIRODiOF BNTKRINO THK
Htiepiul will iiuir tn th tinloe In Broadway
Hotel, lor lloep tul No. 1'J, and In OQlc fur llnapilal
14, of the Oillcer of tbe Pay, who will give loav
of tilrann, and any luforiuatlon neveaeary. Ko
promtxm or dlh'e will b allowed to be eurrled Into
the lloapltul without p- rmlaaion from tb OUIoer of
tb Hay or the Burgoou In charge.
r'Kiai t 8KVM01.R,
Surgeon T. at. T., In ahaige General Hue; llal No. 12
aud 14. i Eeb.24 Urn.
. a. ni't.vrrr.
ran. . uocujuiu
BUENET & REICHARD,
DKALKKS IS , I
Foreign and Domestic, Liquors,
U'oliaooo, Ciuttrp, Aco Sets.
No. 10, SOUTH 1IAHKET BT.
HENRY MA11KS & CO.,
N. It Pearl Bt., ( laclnaatl.
IMPOaTlBU'ASD WHOLBSAUI DIAl.FRi
GOODS TOE 2JEIT' S T7EAH,
Cldt, Dortkiiu, Caisimeres, Viatinps, fyt
tt, IhArtU, Jtant, Coalings, Lvtiitij
SiltoiaS, L'lVrWM l'wllinijl,
Oontlcmen's rnmLihdng Goods
ffrirlt, Vnlishhts, Drneers, CoIUns, Hani
li-rtfiufs, 01:11, lift, frvXi,
inprlalcf t"gerhor a Ciimelets vaitetjr of Good
adapted to it. want ol
Merchant Tailors and Clothiers.
ACTON YODNO, Proprietor.
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ktslU, lt. .Main and Market M.,
Marx 1,1.1 aw .
Tullishfi hy an A'sociation of Printers.
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8ATUEDAY HORNING, MAKCII 28, 18U.
Ppooial Corrnpondeo of the Colon.
Surierlnsr of the Uebcl Soldlera-A
Rebel Captain Robi bis own Seld
lere A Conscript's Experience An
I ntle Compelled to Shoot his ewn
Nepheaj Women Knocked Ilotrn
and Cut with !abri, Lie, l.to,
Mcri-beesboro, Mgrch 2S, 18C3.
AV are still here itudying arid prac
ticing tbe arts of war, bnt enjoying the
luxuriea and blessings of petce; how-
erer, we know not what moment we may
be called npon to give our exporirnce,
at all evenla rest aasured that we are all
eager, anxioun, and willing to do 10 at
any moment. Our " High. Triest" la
well qualified fur hi position, hig " eld-
era" have not and will not "fall from
grace," hig " deacona" and "aub-dea-cona"
hare giren their "experience" al
ready, while his " mifiistirs and mem
bera" have all paused through the " fiery
furnace," and Intend to "hold on" until
that hydra-headed monster treason, ia
wiped out, and ita aiders and abettors
driven to where the hogs of old were by
oiir Saviour, or else Into the Gulf of Mex
ico. Ve are having, for v riety sake, I
suppose, a very heavy rain to-day, and
to be candid, we had rather excuse it if
we could ; but co me it has, and ia not a
very welcome guest. The mud is about
knee deep in camp, and about five feet
ia town, which makes it vary pleasant
for 11s poor pedestrians. I often think
of JiFK'a " boys and would wish to
know how the poor bare-footed fellows
enjoy this weather. - I met quite a large
number of them yesterday, and I must
confess they looked the perfect Image of
despair. Some of them wtre bootless
shoeless, and hatless, while others, cost
less, shirtless and almost pantless. They
were oopturcd on the Shelby ville piko ; I
spoke to many of them, and from what
they say, the army of Braoo is in areal
ly deplorable and forlorn condition.
They complaia bitterly of their oflicers,
but most especially of Ba.tao, who they
say is a perfect tyrant. One poor fel
low from near llmitaville, Ala., iu funned
me that his mother, a poor widow, who
had to work for her daily bread, had f eut
him two pair of drawers, a few pair of
socks, and some undershirts to Shelby
ville, and that the very moment they
reached them 7 CvpUin twJi lliem ull and
appropriated tlitm to his own use. I asked
him why he did not complain to the
Colonel. " Why, sir," said he did
they would havt'tne in the guard-7iuse for one
month with a Vail and chain to my leg." I
then asked Lim why he en tea i the army,
his answer was, "I had to when I was
conscripted," I nevt asked him why he
did not deaert while, out on picket.
, "They never Butler oonscript to go
on picket duty uuless he is accompanied
by others who are not conscripts." "Then
you can leave them here and they cannot
hurt you." "Yes, I know it, and I in
tend to keep away from them, tbey will
never catch me iuside their lines again,"
was the poor fellow's reply. IIo also
informed me that a great many ol tho
conseripts were shot near Knoxville for
desertion, and that all the conscripts in
the place were ordered out to witness the
secue, while in many instances, the con
act ipts 0tmslu4s had to sfioot tiieir own blood
relations; one instance, he said, come
under his own observation, when the
uncle had lo ahoot his own nephew. lis
noticed several inatancea where seldiers
knocked down end cat with thsir sabrts poor
defsiicelt-is women in IZiit Itnnssstt, when
they would not inform on their husbands
and sons. This he says is of no rats
occurrence at all in Kast Tennsssee. lie
pictures the condition of the wemen snd
children of that section aa most deplora
ble, and especially thoae whose husbanda
aud fathers are in our army. This man's
testimony was corrolwratcd by at least
a iosos others.
Such Scenes as these should siekea the
hearts ot the greatest barbarian on earth,
yetatill t'ary are of daily occurrences in
a country tbat clainia to be religious aad
chivalrous. If the coppei headed dough
faces of the free Stales spend only a few
datrs in th dominions of their friend
Jarr, I doubt much if they would not
report the mischief they are instrumen
tal in doing, and dress in sat kdoth and
ashes during the remainder cf their
worthless lives. The cases of the poor
conseripts of the South are heaped daily
on their headd, for as lhy Ssy them
selves, "If you lolks at the North did not
utaku speeches aud sympathise with JrflT.
Davu, the wsr would have lnen over
lung sjo, and we would be at home with
our friends." I wondi-r what Valla-
PIXI, HAM, YOOHBlfcS, lllCUABIiaOX & Co.,
would ssy If they only wers here to hear
the above. Hut this is not the worst fea
ture of the case; there are the poor
women siifTering from the pangs of hun
ger with their helpless babes at their
bosoms, without a farther or brother to
give them succor; to alleviate their
wanta or ameliorate their condi
tion. Caa they look at tho breadless cup
boards, the clolhless wsrdrobes snd the
houseless women and children of Kast
Tennessee, and ssy that they had nd
hand in the matter. Every conscript In
the South and their desolate wives and
childrej will say Ko, emphatically, No;
But enough of this for the present.
, There is a slight skirmish every day
among our cavalry on tho different pikes
leading to this city. It is only now that
the rebels see and know that our cavalry
are of some cfToct. Gen. Mintt who
commanded a few brigades of our csvalry
is the greatest terror to them. He scarce
ly, if ever, comes in from an expodition
without capturing from fifty lo one hun
dred rebel,. lie knows hie " bis," as
they term it. I presume the promotion
of Gen. Stanly will leave our whole
cavalry force at this point under com
mand of Gen. MiNTrv Capt. Henderson,
of Gen. "WAdXEn's staff, starts for Nssh
ville in a day or two, for the purpose of
starting a mammoth bakery for the use
of the army of the Cumberland, a better
or more efficient officer could not be ap
pointed. ' Capt. McLACtii.i!f, of the 13lh
Michigan, Chief of Engineers, of tho
1st Division, 21st Army Corps, is lining
admirably, snd well suited to tho posi
tion. Capt. Palmkr, Inspector-General
of the same Division and Corps, is tho
busiest man in the service.
With piensnre I announce tho promo
tion of Lieut. Col. Gko. A. Wood, of the
15th Indiana. He is now Colonel of his
own lirgiment, ' and Acting Brigadier
General of the 2d Brigade, Jlit Array
Corps. Owing to the fact that the prince
of "good fellows," Col. Geo. D. Wao
Ken, has been confirmed Brigadier-General.
A position be truly merits.' All
quiet at this place. Evelyn.
Miirfroealiur (.'orrorfHradrarv of CiuclnnuU Gaavttn
I'uleti Officers Imprisoned ef At
lanta. Below is a list of Union officers con
fined in rebel prisons at Atlanta, Georgia,
previous to the arrival of Col. Cobtirn and
his companions. Y. S.
Brig adier-Geucral August Willich.
Colonel f. C. Willisms, 4 1th Indiana.
Lieutenaut-Colojiels Ii. It. Stowart,
2d Indiana Cavalry; Douglaa Hspuman,
1(M th llliaois ; D. M. Dunn, 2'Jth Indiana ;
J. M. Shanklin, 42d Indiana; V. Swan
wick, 22d Illinois.
M.jors John IT. Widmar, 101th Illi
nois; C. D. J. Hall, 80th Illinois; O. W.
Filzsimmons, 30th Indiana; Silas Miller,
30th Illinois; J. L. Treanor, 6th Ken
tucky. Captains Chris. Beck, Rid Iudisna
Cavalry; Byron W.Canfield, 100th Ohio;
Frank Powell, 14th Michigan; I). O.
Bisley, Oth Indiana; B. F. Uegler, 16th
Indiana; John M. Kreidler, lOtUh Ohio;
1). A. Brigga, 2d Indisna Cavalrv ; Alfred
Abeel, 4th Michigan Cavalry; W. 1'. Ed
garton, 1st Ohio Artillery; I). Kavanaugb,
6th Indiana ; TV. S. Wood, 34th Illinois ;
Thomss Whiting, 69ih Illinois; O. B.
Merrill, 3Gtu Illiuois; A. M. Ilobbs. 30th
Illinois; A. Berry, UOth Ohio; J. G.
Crowell, 39th Indiana ; O. O. Bagley, 79th
Illinois; F. B. Campbell, 3Gih llliaois;
J. Becker, 1st Kentucky; A. McMore,
75th Illinois; W. C. Wheoler, 81st Indi
ana; II. A. Barnarman, 2-d Illinois ; N.
I)e Versey, 22d Indiana ; J. I. Dudley,
First Lieutenants J. I'. Fleming, 101st
Ohio; Albion W. Tourgee, 105th Ohio;
J. A. Schamerhorn, 42d Indiana ; W. It.
Towiiehend, 42d Illinois; J. II. Horn
back, 1st Tennessee; J. F. Cook, 00th
Ohio ; G. H. Hollisler, 2d Ohio ; Thos. G.
Cochrane, 77th Pennsylvania; A. G.
Brown, 49th Ohio; 1). Snodgrasa, 74th
Ohio;E. A. Weld, 34th Illinois; B. B.
Elliott, 79th Illinois; W. H. Oarboden,
39ih Indiana; A. Clark, 31st Indiana; A.
Berwick, 1st Ohio Artillery ; J. 11. Elliott,
3Cth Illinois; S. II. Waktmiao, U'lih Illl
nois ; A. Young, 22d Illinois; A. W. Bil
ling, lOOihOhio; Thomaa Barr, 2d In
diana Cavalry ; Alexander Hess, tie , I).
Parsley, do., J. W. Hatscn, do., E.
Second Lieutenants G. W. Dailey, 2d
Indiana Cavalry ; W. W. Brush, do. ; J. B.
Williams, do. ; Wm. R. Laurence, 73d
Illinois; E. E. Burritt, 21st Michigan;
C. E. Tanbury, lith Indiana; O.J. Win
ters, 39th Indiana ; M. A. Smith, 30th Il
linois; W. l.inlitimn, 22d Illinois; L.
Kounth, 2d Missouri ; E. G. Hall, 11 th
Michigan ; L. It. Westcott, 3Ath Illinois ;
J. Moore, 30th Indiana; II. II. Gass, 80th
Indiana; J. II. Blodgett, 75th Illiuois;
Isaac 11. White, 49th Ohio; J. It. Cliai mell,
1st Illinois; A. S. McCormick, Mat Illi
nois ; S. lliller, 9!thOhio ; J. H. Anchors,
78th Psunsylvania; J. Mordant, 151.
Missouri; Alonso C hubb, 105lhOhio; F.
M. Stobaiigh, 19ih Indiana Battery ; Vin
cent S. Hay, 11th Kentucky.
The Court of Appeals of New York
has given a decision adverse to th rights
of railroad computes to ths s tree is or
highwsys for laying track, without com
penalioo to ownris of adjacent prop
erty. . a
The Mexican Minister, it la tt,d,
gives uo credit to the Kichinond report cf
the capture of the city of Mexico by the
1 ICIll ti.
lion. Esvkit-l P. Walton, who has rep
resented the i'lrt District of Vermont ia
Congress for six years, derllnes re-election.
LAWS OF TOR UNITED STATES,
rasiol at Oie Tliird Btmkm cf 0i Ihiriy-
I'vsLio Xo. 60.J
Ak Act to modify existing laws impos
ing duties on imports, and f.r vttier
Be it ena' le t Ij the. Innate and limine of
n ... r .. . . . r
jitprttemauves of me Lmtca States af Amer
ica in Cmgrets a.iscmlM, That all goods,
wares, and merchandise now in public
stores or bonded wsrehouses, on which
duties are unpaid, having been in bond
more than one ytar and less than three
years, w hen tho act entitled "An act in
creasing temporarily the duties on im
porls, and for olher purposes," approved
July fourteenth, eighteen hundred and
sixty-two, went into effect, may be en
tered for consumption and the bonds
cancelled at any time before the first
day of June next, on payment of the du
ties st tho rates prescribed by the act
aforesaid, rnd all acts and parts of acts
inconsistent with the provisions of this
act are hereby repealed.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted. That
section fourteen of an act entitled "An
act increasing temporarily the 'duties on
imports, and for other purposes," ap
proved July fourteen, eighteen hundred
aud sixty two, bo and the same hereby
ii modified so as to allow cotton aud raw
silk as reeled from the cocoon, of tho
growth or produce of countries beyond
th Cap of Good Hope, to bo exempt
from any additional duty when imported
from places this side of tho Cape of Good
Hope, for two years from and after tho
passsge of this act.
Sec. 3. And lie it furtlur eitai M, That
so much of an act entitled "An act to
authorize protoction to be given to citizens
of the United States, who may discover
deposits of guano," approved AujtubI
eighteen, eighteen hundred and fifty-six,
as prohibits tbe export thereof, is hereby
suspended in relation to all persons who
have complied with the provisions bt
seotion second of said act for two years
from and alter July fourteen, eighteen
hundred and sixty-three,
the proviso in section fifteen of an act
entitled "An act increasing temporarily
the duties on imports, and for other
purposes," approved July fourteen, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-two, shall be
construed to include any ship, vessel,
or steamer to or from any port or
place south of Mexic down to aud in
cluding Aspinwall and Panama.
Sec. 5. Anil Veil furtluir enat ted. That in
lieu of th duties now imposed by law
there shall be levied and collected upon
printing paper unsized, mod for book
and newspapers exclusively, twenty p -r
centum i ad valorem; ttpou snd lac and
sticklac the same duties now imposed
upon gum shellac ; upon polishing pow
ders, of all descriptions, Frankfort black,
and Berlin, Chinese, fig snd wash blue,
twenty-five per centum ad valorem.
Sec. C. And be it furilitr emrttd, That
from and after thn panaige of this aot
the duty on petroleum and coal illuuiin-J
. ! -I l T
aiing on, cruuu aim not reuneo, wnen
impeded from foreign cenntries in a
crude stato, shall bo twenty per centum
ad valorem and no more.
Sec. 7. And Is it arO.ee enacted, That
from and after the passage of this act
there shall be allowed a drawback un
foreign saltpetre maiiul'acttired into gun
powder in the United Statea and export
ed therefrem, equal in amount to the du
ty paid on the foreign saltpetre from
which it shall bo manufactured, to be as
certained under auch regulations as shall
bo prescribed by the Secretary of the
Treasury and no more : 1'rovUed, That
ten per centum on the amount of all
drawback so allowed shall be retained
for th use of the United States by the
collectors paying suoh drawbacks re
spectively. Approved, March 3, JSli.V
Public No. 67.
An Act to promote ths efficiency of the
corps of engineers and of the orduanco
, department, and fur other purpose.
lie it (naited by tlie flenale mid Um.u nf
lieprtseiittttivei of the Vn ttd Nates of Ameri
ca in Ccmgreis atiemblcd, That the corps of
topographical engineers, as distinct
branch of the army, is hereby abolished,
aud from and alter tbe pannage of this
act Hi merged into the corps of engineers,
which shall have the following organiza
tion, vis: on chief engineer, with the
rank, pay, and emolumcuta of a briga
dier geuerah; four colonels ; ten lieutenant-colonel
; twenty majors ; tliirty cap
tains: thirty first lieutenants, and ten
Sec. 2. And be it furllur enacte.l, That
the general officer provided by the first
section of this act shall be selected from
tli corps of engineer as thorein estab
lielud and that officrrsof all lowergrad
shall tak rank accerUing to their respec
tive data of comwisMion in the existing
corps of engineers or corps of typograph
Sec. 3. 1;if le it futtl.f tnnrle.1, That
no officer of th eorps of engineers below
the rank of a field officer ahall hereafter
be promoted to a higber grade before
having passed a satisfactory examination
before board of Ibrea engineers senior
to Lim in rsnk ; snd should the ollloar
fail at said examination, ahall be sus
pended from promotion fom for one
yesr, when h shall be re-examined, and
, opot a second falur shall be dropped by
the President from th rmy.
fteo. 4. And It it futUter tnmted. That
triers shall be added to the orduance de
partment one lieutenant colonel, two
majors, atight captains, eight first lieuten
ami; the edditiuiial officers herria au
thorized to he appointed by promotion,
so far as the present officers of the ord
nance eorps will permit, and Die residue
to be appointed by transfers from other
regiuie.it or corpj of m army: J'laiid'
ft, 'that bo otlioer oflhe ordnance de
partment llow tho rank of a field offi
cer shall bo piuiuoted or commissioned lo
a higher grade, nor t,ill mr officer of
tbe army bo couuiiiioiied as su ord
nance iiltin-r.'until he shall have id
SAtnl'aclory examination brfurn s board
of not less than three orduance officer-,
senior to him ia rank; tnd ahould auch
officer fail on such examination, he ahall
be suspended from promotion or appoint
ment for one year, when he may be re
examined before a lika board, and if up
on snch sesond examination an ordnance
officer fail, ha shall be diimisied front
the aoryic, and if an officer or the army
he shad not be commissioned.
Sec. 5. Amibe UlurtW tnacteil, That
section two or the act approved March
three eighteen hundred and forty-ntne,
eutiled 'An Act to provide for the pari
meut of horses and olher property lost or
destroyed in the military aervioe of tbe
United Slates," shall be construed to in
clude the steamboats and other vtas.ls,
and "railroad engines and car," in the
properly to be allowed and paid for when
destroyed or lost under the circumstan
ces provided for in said act
S.-c.C. An,il it further enacted, That
ail payments of advance bounty made to
en hatod men who have been discharged
betore aerving out tho term required by
aw for it, p.Tment in full ,hall be al
lowed in th. aettlement of the account
of paymasters at tho Treasury, but here
alter, in all suoh cases, the amount o
advanced shall be charged againat th.
eniistca mon, unless the discharge be up
on surgeon's certificate for wounds re
ceived or aicknosi iucurrcd since their
s"c. 7. And be it furtW enactel, That
upon any requisition hereafter being
mad e by the Presideut or the United
Stales for ailitis, ny person who shall
have volunteered or been drafted for the
service of the United Slates for th term
of nine months, or a shorter period, may
enlist into a regiment from the a&mo
State to servo for the term of one year,
? i jDjr PPr8on 10 enlisting ahall be en
tii ed to and receive bounty of fifty
dollars, to b paid in timo and manner
provided by the act of July tnty-ec-md,
eighteen hundred and sixty-one,
for the payment of the buunty provided
for by that act.
Sec. 8. And be it farOter matced, That
the officer of the medical department
mentBhall unite wilh th Hue otlhbu of
tho army under auch rules and Mgula
tions as shall be prescribed by the Se
cretary of War iu supervising th cook
ing within the same, as an important
sanity meaauro, and that said medio)
department shall promulgate to ita olU
cers such regulations and instructions aa
may tend to insure the proper prepara
tion of tho rations of the soldior.
Sec. 9. And be it fiirOier emtdel, That
cooks shall be detailed, - in turn,
from the privates of each company of
troops in the service of the Unitod Slates,
at the rate of oue cook for each company
numbering leas than thirty men, and two
cooks for each company numbering ovei
thirty men, whv shall servo ten dart
Sue. 10. And I it father eruultd, That
the President of the Unitod States be
and ho is hereby authorized to cause to
bo enlisted, for csch cook, two tinder
cneksof Africsn desecnt. who ahall re
ceive for their full compensation ten dol
lars per month snd one rsliun per dsy
throe dollars of said monthly py Wsy
be in clothing.
Sec. 11. And be it ftutimt enacte,l, Thst
tho army ration shall hereafter include
pepper, in the proportion to four ounces
to every hundred rations.
Sec. 12. And Le it further enacicl, Tbat
the increase of rank of officers, aad in
the nuaibcrof officers providod for in this
set, shnll continue, only during the exist
ence of the present rebellion; and there
after tbe several officers promoted under
this set shall hsve the respective rank
thry -Giilil have had if this act had not
paused, snd the number shall be reduced
by the President to the Dumber author
ized by law prior to the passsge or this
Approved, March 3, 1303.
Aftpy lobe executed -A Loral Orater
t-'i- I.J M'liitcti In tUCIiicluaail (insult.
I.MHAN'AroLlx, March 24.
A private soldier', who noontiy de
serted from the enemy, took the oath of
allegiance and returned here as a spy,
has been found guilty by a court-martial.
The President has approved th verdict
and he will be shot uear this city at an
A I'rioocratic member of the rvceut
Legislature while making a speech JUi
Bush county, counseled his brethren to
obey the lews and not attempt lo resist
the draft. He was hooted down and was
not allowed to proceed with his speech.
Cora versus t'alioa.
"The planting of a cotton emu with
th prospect before us," ssys the Florida
fantinsl, "we should regard s public
calamity a calamity fatal in It eon
sequences, that it ought by all means to
be arrested. We may easily coiiriiicr
ourselves, however difficult th euniey
tnsy find it. We ran coabsnd with bayo
nets, aad even with pestilence, bat we
cannot couteud against famine."
"It is not true," says the FLHlLin and
J.mrnal, "that a farmer who plants a large
crop of cotton is a friend to 'be Con feds
racy. it is not truo thst our soldiers sre
satisfied with qusrler and half rations;
nor is it true that they can flitht Just s
well half starved as vthen well fed.
"The Confederate Huoate," ssys the
Charleston Courier cf the lith insl., "has
lesolved thst the Prrnidunt should issue
a proclamation lo dissuade ths people
from the further cultivation of rotlou,
and tobacco, and to enjoin upon I brut
the cultivation of grain by ell lueses al
"Y(ju milit buy tun some gluvfs aa you
roiiio up tin' stint, Henry," said a blue
yril wlfo t' a biule. 'AugtiMla," re
plied I lie brute, "juu profits ii like
Mniaspisre. lo yon remember whsl
llauili I M-tnatl.a '.' ' Buy sod boy is ea
sily said." Au;uta loultd suor.