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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAi", MARCH 29, 18G3.
VOL I.
NO 300
" ' i n ii mi i mi in Hi II mill II ' "
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PROSPECTUS
NASHVILLE UNION.
Th Neviu.i.B Vnios win commuiicl lt ai rlnj,
fur the purpoae of opiKMlnt tlie Rebel flouiliai o Con
fmlerarr. nJ r advocating Hie melnratlin of Keleral
authority, without nnj aualemeut, ovar nil lh Hlatae
which nave atteiai.teil to eoceJo. It eljeot "
proclaim U' doctrines f IJhurly and I'lilon, a tbey
,, one Mpouncle.1 ly the father of the limb!lc,
bat wliU-h for mere lka n y-r Ui leu, awl
dreary carnival of treaon-hail own mn "
unwritten l th. l.plul of tl tt of .."l
Jai wi, nil mn truro.l up ouljr l !'" '
i u hiilirui. WWivea lbttliilKl"wyoon
,lct Journal, l a city Ilk. Na.hvHl-, at ucl.
a time an tal, " t rl tha wavorWm a 1 'iui'
...... n.n ir,.. atandara of tatrlotlam, and not to
luwar lha stanuafd of ilrwUui,afti.r llio niannor of
.MMotlir jourimla, toault tl.a itaprava.l ta' 01 ina
wal loynl and j:i'pitlilwr with the Bii Uinoud dy-
! nnilV.
1 Ti. Uaio-i. tlioraf.-ra, kaa ln.1.1 as Manda all bo
,m,ncrt. au l k foa all who npiw, tba Union of tha
Jialaa. 1H wtohwor.l It FaiHKOM ii Nnotint,
Willi rcbala and ti iltora It hu uo aompnimisa to
nink. It onunila f r U.a Fancral Conti.tuUon and
tho Lnw laana lu piiranoa thoro.f aa tha &urw
UworTiwl.Ao,aiiyttiln( In tha Oonatttutlon and
Uwa of any of tha riUtoa Ki tha contrary notwitu
laoulna.
It conUnda for tha Uuloa or tha BtaieH, wu
without It th praaarvatlon of our Sluartloi aud Inatl
tutloni and tho wgnnlmtlon of aoclaty ltlf ara
wholly lmpoall.lo. lhif"r., what.v.r kUu.U In
1 wy of cruhln out tha rvballlon and raatorlug
lb. U.lou must ,o. W., no mattor by what nama It
bo callml
V'han th"u-aiid of our clllwin aoldlora lay doa n
thidr Uvea upon the altar of tholr country, a aiaori
floe abova nil aarlhly prloa, and prfoloua In tha alUt
of Heaven, lioa f' rldd that any lnobla motlva of
.lf uiteraxt ahould nmka any man wavi-r in liU loy
alty. If thoro ba ay auon, I t lhm look at tha
blood of Hhiloh, Kurt D.'ualwon, Muifruaaboro and
Fradarlokabni-K, and h'" ' h,r wlckwliwaa and
fully. iUva for our, a.juutrj ahould nuw ovorahadow
vary othar ftalUi; i and he ta no patriot who lovaa
1,1. liouaoa, lamia, or nagrooa with a titlio of tha devo
tion whlah Ua (eU Tor hli country, tvan prudent
llliliue ahould couipal men to ba palrioU, for ho
can hope to hbto hU own heonun a from lha wrack of
a ruluad and dkinumhorad Union t
Wa waut te a tba lau'l ouoa mora blaaaoil with the
andurlug iuimliina of nn honorable peaea, baiad upon
tha oomplata aud unconditional aubmlMlon of tha
rihala aow la arma, and But lit up with tha deocltfij
tllowof apcaoa baaed tin omanculata loyalty, and
conreaaloua to traltoi-thn glow of a melaor which
would ahlna only to betray, aud going out would
lonve ua In a durkowu tonfold more gloomy thau that
which pravalled before.
Thcaa aia tha lentlmanta and vlowa which tba
Taio will eontinua to advocato through whatever
o( atorra or auuahlua aiay await It In tha future, aud
wa aak tha aupport of all who bolUve It to ba Iniiiort
ant that a thoroughly and vlnorouly I'yal uewajwper
ahiaild ba publblird In NanhvllUi.
TERMS OF SlBSCKiniOX,
ftw iar rrana.)
Hilly Union, (elngla oopy) per aunuui tlO 00
i . . per ween
-AU ooimunlctlon on hiiKlneaa with tha Oflloe,
will ba addraaaed to Uie l'VBLIWKlta o UNION,
and all oommuulcalloua to th Editor will ha addraaa
d to 8. O. JUKIlC'i'rt
Idltora of loyal newaparara will do u a great kind
noaa by ra publlahlag lha foregaing, or lta aubatunoa.
Tha current tranKac!oa In Tunneaaee for montha U)
ouiatll bo highly lntereatlng to all lover of tholr
country and her fi Initltntlom, and tha aohituna of
the I'mon will furnlnh tha earliest ami moat roliabla
htatury of thc eventa
HATES OF A1)VERTISIX(J.
rn nxi or na to eoKKTiTUTa a Hgrar.)
J (t'tuani, I dav, ft no ocli aildit'nal liirt'n,fi) M
ii 1 week, ((at each additional aiu.ire, 160
i ii g t 4 M)
2 00
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10 00
TO ADVERTISERS IN DETAIL
tii a antra w in. aa aa roixowa
Quartor Column, I month
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p!M:ial fitiwa tn
ei.le, !AI wr oaul. additK ual , ooud poailioD oUUlda,
10 ir Cent ....
ar Advcrtlwmenta liu-ertod In the Trfuwl Column
cbaiged at lha rata uf taauly crntH r line,
I'hanfea may ba made wrMtcally when areod
uponi but every lucb hanga.will luvolvo eiliaex
lwne, to ha ala fur by tba auverlUwr.
a a 4ftrire rceeiiiif0 lAa ajuti ouiiaru4d or will
It eAjryad for ta mxceu,
IMarrinara and liinrral Iotl,
WLiuii tliaeuiog live I in.-, will ba charged at the
uaual adverliHing rataa,
AnnoHnt-enirnle of Candidate.
F..Mt imitara, iu in)
uuiity " 6 oo
' City 8 w
SaV-Caali r)uird In advance fur all adv.trttaa
nnuiia, uubaa by eovontl agi veujuiit.
Wt, llie uixterHlunad, lia a thla day a b'pled lha
above raloa, ti wluvh we Mud ourawivca atil- tly le
adhere.
WM. CAMtrtnV, for Ihi. I'f.aa.
. .!'!! N' WAI Ul', for Hie Ih.ii.ik.
Niniivti ta, Tax., July Ittii.
GK'i. W. hHKWMiKga BYUON 11 i;iiS
SIIEWKAKEIL & R0EB,
No. 11, tuit'TH FHUKfrt STKMT,
(aawaaa aiaam aan waijivv,)
,' I,; st.. i.oi'is. mo.
hliiblWliri. Tor tlir ttiirfit nf Strnnper.
mimimu to at. ioii ix av-aaun i
lick, Wounded, or toMier that have
Dii from vnnrl.i or Sickncae.
VtRKlVr INlrLI.Ui'Nl Will. UK tiivrw or
Vy III ivnilllien 0( SK-k Woinul.'d Mo'dirr III
ST aCIS. UH'lsVll.l.K, CINCINNATI, NA"HVII.IA,
Mill'ND CITV , or aiiy o'her llia-pilal lu lha w.alern
h partiiient. Tina i H'a i Am.y Intelbi.-uo
l'.va lu the Ciiited swioa, wid InK . o.ateei mwJ.
in Holdier (rnm any pari id th I! S. can I e ylv.u
ai any luuo, by calling at or wuivimi to tl.a Aaar
laiai i4uao inru a, INiat-t'Uc Hm No. IS-.
N. H l-aaaoKa Mua o KT. loi ia iv a n
tut a FaikAU will nbiUi all n-aiiv ini,.ioiiua
by . ailing al our Pllle, No. 11, S . iiU rourlh Mi'ael.
May ia, laa-i l'
SODA, SPICIR
BLACKINO, &c.
'JVFT kKCClVKU AP Foil HA Lai AT
CM Hntn "MitiUwt Kti-et.
(!l.twn Cimiih ami Broa.l Si. , KUca A Biiillh
I'lu iud )
Jau. W. If
D I RECTORY.
CITY GOVERNMENT.
JOHN HUGH BMITH, Jfaaor.
WIU-UM MUNI, Bmrd.
JOHN CHL'SlBLtY, MtnhaL
brnu't Jlfar.nlvr. B. Wllklntou, A. 0. Tucker,
and Jaea A. u-l. u.
arln nflk, Mrkn Jhw Chumhlay ,r-0)l)4, "rati.
Jauob Krouch, a-cond ; and 'J boa. Hot.ny, iniro.
ToJ dmx William HrlTor. .
t.,n UuliMtorX. B.Shaukland
Ru laa OolUor-H B. Oarrett
freuwrnr R. nenry.
', n w MaMltr Thomaa Leak.
I v,rilmdmt Wrkkou-J. Q. Ddd.
Fpintmdml o (A Wulor rKrto-Wm. Stawail.
Chiffvf Hit fir Depmbworf Joh M. fibury.
fiewion of Ik CVmabrp-T. H. McDrida. , ' - '
fib erf Owreeer J. L Ftcwart.
CU) AtLjr't I. T. Mullay.
CITY COUNCIL.
ftnr,f nf Aldermen M . M. Prion, Pnaldeiil ; -'oho
Carper, Jo. J. Koob, ltd Mulloy, II. ll. Scorel, W. B.
ClK'ihiii, M. U. L. lailKirn., and V Smith.
nmmm Chimcil Andrew AmUraoo.rraaMlaiil; J
Trucr, William Hobi-ria.O. M . outhiate, Abraliara
Mycra, Alex. Jiol'amel, I.. D. Hc.ugli, Charlea Bayere,
J. B. mii.wi.... W A. MrUi-IUiLi, T. J. Tarbronuli,
Wm. Dnvur, Wm. Biawart, Th' Croady, Wm. Haily
and Win. tiauboru.
iiaxiMNW ooaatiTTKMi or thb oitt tocacii.
fiaawoe Knowloa, aiouvul and Brica
Wurr Worm Aiid rar)n , f iu :ih and Catborna
Mrerb-Hol!, Turui-r, My its, Mullof, t'bwiliam,
Virhnmiili, . ready aud llaily.
It Wry Xtmier, Carper anJ jnci;icnHna.
SfWi C'boathani, Mulloy and Koowiaa
r'ire kryaritnnu Myera, ftewait and Mctllelland
aa Iinrer, Crearty and Kycra.
(iry rmlUi, Hanborn and 8twart.
Unrkti Bout Yarbroiigh, ohwi and Carper.
Slam Muduy, McDani.l and Rtewart.
pulirt Cheatham . Ilrl. u and Suyera.
Hliritig Crcady, Claiborne and Myera.
W.jrik,MM aera. Kobb aad Mlanlel.
fmjsrnuml and Krtieadinwai McClelland, Brian
and raut ora.
rvl.tio laptrtp Kobb. Stewart ana nrrror.,
pi llnu-(larui-r. Houlhrnte and Uallor.
mir The Hoard ol Aldermen nieeia lha Tuoadaya
aam pre dln(! the aoroad and fourth Thuradwyi In
each mouth, and th tnimnn Ooiniitl th eraotd
and fourth Thuredaya In euou in hid.
NIOHT POLICE
(iploin J"bn Rauah.
irI Lieutenant Andrew iovne.
Hecond liimlennnl .lalin H. lwvla.
Pi,lieen,e Wm. Jackaoa. Juha lavender, Kloh Da
i. Jool I'liilMna. Wm. Bhmkt. John Coltrell. W llluun
tmvo, John Fjiglea, J. W. Wriht, John Paukatt,
Kabert soott, W.i!. rrjnolu, David Yatoa, Chaa. Hu
lilt and W. Kanlry.
ar The Police Court ta opened every morning al
aio o'el'.rk
COUNTY
OFFICERS.
Shtrf Jamna M. ninton
DfHllM Thoma Hob
aoa anil J. K. nuc.nanaa. . - . .
Ka4ler Plill ea flarreU
TVimm-. J Taylor.
CWowr-N H. B-lcher.
Hnnoer John Corhitt
Iterrwv MectnrVt. D. Robertson.
Kiiroa.l To Oblleetor T.0. Brlley
OrnMbln fur IA. NvhmilU PMrktlohu D. Gower
and J. k. Newman
OOUNTY. COURT.
JikIi; Hon. Jamoa Whltworth.
Mr '. I.lndaley Nlchol.
gtaT The Judfe'e Court meet the Drat Monday In
each month, and the Huarleriy ixiwi. eompoao oi
i lie Majilatralcaor th Omnty, ia held the Drat Mon
day In Jannary, April, July and October. .
CIRCUIT COURT. ,j
Jwk-
(WA David C. Love.
erTbe Court Urea tb Oral Moalay In Martih
mc September.
CRIMINAL COURT.
Jwfya non M M. Urlenv . 1
Clara ( Wlea K. Cinnoua.
The Court meeU tba Bret Monday tn April An
(ual and Decx inber
CHANCERY COURT,
OenoWlor Hon. Samuel n. Frlnrsoa
OUrk and Matter J. E. Qlivee.
ar The Court mecta the dial Monday In Uaj and
November.
MILITARY.
DEPARTMENT HEADQUARTERS.
riyarbiMM Headquartera oa High atruet. MaJ.
Oou. llovac.rana, conimanding.
Vki-f (juviermaier l(eadnnarter on High atrat,
near Cellar. Lieut. Col. .'uo. W. Taylor.
Vkief Cwmmiaeary lleadiuartera on CuiuuiHr atn-et,
near Droad. Lieut. Col: S Simmooe.
Prot llarthal Oenernl H'-udquartara on Iligh
BH..U CaV. W. M. Wilaa.
itiin Afeefcal XKrecow- SurgaoB A. Heury Thur.
atim, U.S. Tole.,ld4 Cherry atraet.
POST HEADQUARTERS.
Pert Headn,uartere oa Oollefe alreet, brttvai-n Un
ion aud Church atraata, (Ur. Walera' reaideuce ) Un.
K. B Mitolirll, commanding. 1
Auuimnt VuaCereuuC-l'i'huralng and Iiisj"-ctlnir
Othcor, en t'tieriy alreet, botwoen U.urcai uud 11 mad.
Capt J. U. Chandler.
Arirxr.t itttriermstsr --3a chara of Tiaoaiairia
tlon, eo Cherry alroet, bolwuea I nlon and Cburck.
Uiipt. J. D. Uiniliam.
AteiitaHt Qwrlermmeter Tn rhurRe of Clothing, lll
and (iariia.ni kiuipuga, tiu. 17 Uarkat atreot. Oupl
Tbia. J. Cox.
Auflmnt Jormr In etmrpa of Mean of
TrauaHrtaliuu auil y uarlei aiam.ira1 Stores, ou CUorry
ilre'l, aear llieaira. Lieut. Chaa. U. Irvm.
. Jteititu tjuariermattr In charge of Fuel, Forage
and Hiatlouery, No. .17 Market atret. Cant. V au.
Milla. -
Awinltmt fu'irtermler For tho Anlirnmrnt of
QuarliT ali i Ueiiingaud laauiug UoallaJ bloiaa,
Capt. C. McKeau UirU
I. O. o.
Juua F. Hioa, Grand Secretary, ahould b
aed
al Nehitte, Tmn.
Tenwiee L-tie, So. 1 Meet everv Tueaday Fveo
lnt,,at ilielr H:ill,nn the e-u-ner of U aiou aau tum
mer etreeta. The ottlcera b.r the p i-aeui li.raa, are:
0. rl. l, aueuv, N U.; J. E. Mili, V (1 , J. L. Wf.kle) ,
Seproiary ; L. at. Spem, Troaauior.
Irak l.vdje, A'e lo Me.i a Hi aatn plan
every Mouday ttvenlng. 11e oilovia are: K. a.
(ami.hell, N.O.; lluorv A.,le, V.U.;J. L. I'aia,
H.-reiary : B F. Browa. Treaaurer.
Vai,'V f.ndflc, No IKi Meela M tbelr Mall, on South
Clierry airi-rl, avi.ry friluy fvenlnj Tb idllcera
aia : O C. Covert, N O.; Frank Herman, Vli.; Jawc
Wyatl,rie.Tf(ar ; W. M. Vlallory, Trcaaurar i
aarora LeJy-t, Ho. lil, (livrman) M. eia at the
IUII, uoi-uar of I'uleii aud suvum r atitcta, every
I'bura lay k viaiii g. Toe odiouia are : l l.arlm Kioti,
N.;P Friedma ,T.U,j lllUorilcb, iVur.ury ;
Ueo Heifarte, Treaanrer.
KLieMy A.o.,,m., Se. 1 Mw-Uat tha above Hal
u Ilia Ural Huil mu d n edueadsya of ech inenlh.
The omera air: J. a. Mill, C.I'. ; T. 11 alcHri.l. II P.;
u. r. ruilar.HW; lat Uarna, Jr., J.w.; Juiuii
Hid. Dorlba : B. H. Culler. Treaaurur.
OIh Nroack Keuonmyeuml, A. 4 Meet at the
above Had oa lha avend auu fourth Widin.lay
nlthta of each nionlb. The oilleera are: Jaa . T lull,
C IV: H.urv Al'lde. II. P ; 1.. aloker. B.W.; H. rrie.1
ni.n, J.W.. Cbaiie Kinhm, .J.r.ue; J. N. Ward,
Treasurer,
Tlu lvrea of I.ytf-f Mita tb Ore
Friday aiiernia ot - atn, at a e"ckk.
NAMES OF CHAPLAINS
jK taintd for Jhapital Duty in (hit city.
L. IUtmokii, fjlut Illiuoia, lIuKpilali
Kim, 1 ana lti.
J. Smith, 19th Ohio, lit pit tit No. 2
and o,
J. l'oi'uim, 33tliO!iio, Hoajrital No. i
K. V. I'ki.o, 3tlth Indiana, UoiitaU
o8. ii aud
J. Dillom, 18ih Ohio, HoHpltal Nua. 7
ami Ji).
' O. Kf.snkiiv, lfilat Ohio, tloapilalg No
8 uud
Jas. Mattukwh, l'Jth Ktutinkf, Il
pital No. U anil Dlllif ra.
J. Coopgii, 3d Ki'tituikr, lKfiUlg
un, 11 and 1.
NOH. ANI LOCATION ,i
or "
HOSPITALS IN. NASHVILLE.
Wo. 1 3un Faatorr. ColleM atrarl, no i AM.
Surgeon, J. r. waaa ,
Unlveralty Bnlldlng, Market atnft, on th
Kill. Burgeon, A. W. Kiixt.
3 Kualey'a funding, 8.1 corner Fabllc nare.
Burgcen, Autx. Kwwo.
4Boward High School, College alreet, o th
Mill. At. Burgeon, F. 8. Towm
t Cum Factory, ripper end Front trot. Aaat.
Burgeon, F. B. BuM.
ft-College atmet, near Brofcd. Surgoon, CA8.
Nohi t'Mtaa.
T College atreet, between Chnrch and Droad.
Acl. Ai. ourgaon, w. " . iw
S-M.fonlo Hall, Church atreet, a ear Summer.
Aaat. fuigocn, I). Bee.
- ..v.. iv-
8 Carrie ire Faetory, Market atreet, below the
rViiara. Act. A-t Surgeon, J. II. Sanaa.
" 10 Medical College, Colleg atreet, on th Hill.
Act Aaat. eurgeou, W. K. Bowuaa.
" 11 " PxaT Hneaa" On th Cntveralty Hke.
Act. Aeat. Iturgeon, U D. lloui a.
' lI)roadwny Hotel, Broad atreet, cornor Clierry.
rim goon, 1 kkb. Sky noun.
" 13 TJum High 3o1vh1 Spruce atreet, cor. Broad.
Surgeon, . HitaKim.
i 14Fema'a School, Church atreet, -ear Chatta
nooga Depot. Burgeon, Yam. HaTauiaa
" IS Hynee' High Kchool, Line etreit corner Sinn
mer. Surgeon, W. M. nmataa
a 16 Oordon Block, corner Broad at-o -t and River
Landing. Surgeon, Davin Wkluh.
4 l7OrrieHg' noariTAL Planh-ri Hotel, Sum
mer alreet, corner Deadoriok. Surg.n,
S. 1). WaTxamn.
" 18 Corner Church and College atresia. Surgeon,
F. T. ItVKITHJI..
m 19 Morrli A Stratton'a Building, Ko. 14 Market
atraet urge-n, L. n, ADita.
HO Baptlat Chuich, Suinmer atrevt. Hurgooo
Coodwim.
21-Method 1st Clmroh, Church atreet Bcrg.ion,
X. flNnKTT ,
ifiHardcastlo a, South MaJ k at atraet. Surgeon,
. KaiawtTH
' 5H Corner Vino and Broad atreeta. Surgeon, 0.
CUAMnaau
2JCornir Mai Vi and Clark atreeta. Surgeon,
L. C. Kit.
To oar Subscriber.
I lu oonaequenoe of tha Inoreas In th nrh of pa per
And every other material need la a Prlnttog-Offlo,
wa have been compelled to rale the price ef or pajier
W 15 ci. pur week, or VI per mourn w woemy or
Bioatbly auhacrlbers, and $10 a" year to yearly anb-
acrlbera, which must In all oaea bo pakl in auvanoa.
Notice to NawsIatcre.
Newa-Doalcra wanting more than one hundred
oopleH, lnuat Bend In their ordcrt by o'clock, the
evening prevlona, to have them Blled promptly.
military Blanke,
For aale at thla Crflce, auch aa UoalMy Oxnymy
Returns, Clttkiig Saranw, Ordaouc Return, Pi teieivn
Bemnw, Saetol Kniaid'ona, ato., H-
llellsioua Service.
PoT CMirKt (Snd I'raabyterlan Cliurch, College
atreet, between the rViaare and the Ixiulsvllle Iepot)
Dabbaeh Sohool and Boldiera' Bible Claaa at 'clook
every gubhath morning. Preaching at !(;, o'olmk,
A.M., and at T P.M. Trayer Meeting every vtea-
needay ulght at T o'clock.
J. 1ST.. MIZE,
lo. 30 lIO?l RTREFiTi
1UH Jt'ST OI'KN'ED AM VXTEWIVE
Fancy and Family Grocery,
vvthi-hf wil l. BK VorSI) CON8TAKTI.T OH
VV h.'nd the beat of everv article in that line. Tse
atteutioa of Uie public ia eollcltcd to Ilia atock, which
cannot be eurpaea in ine ciiy.
Freeh auppllea received weekly.
Heiucruber to call at
No. 30 I nlon Rlre-t.
Feb. It tf.
"SUTLERS ATTENTION!
FHIL0 M. 0LARK,
AGENT FOR
Sand's Chicago Cream Ale,
IN HBLS. AND BOTTLED.
122 Fourth alreet, Iiulavllle, Ky. Bend on your or-
lobilS-lin P. M. Cl.AFK,
V. B. (iaaKHit notarial, Ko. 12 and 11,
NOTICE!
Hours of Admission to Visitors
iVom 2 f 5 F. Jbf., ecrenH m Snruiity, when
' ' " " 7,8 eTa7niaio71 eC raJttca.
YlflTi It W H KM D! SlR'lCSOK KNTKR1KO THE
lloapilal will aniiuira lu lha f'Oieo in Pro ul way
Hotel, for lloip lal N. 12, ana in Olltre f t Iloapiwl
14. of the OtVcer of the l ay, who w ill give leave
of eniranoo. and auv Information lnoeaaary. No
nwoioiii or a iili ea will ba allowed lo be aarrind Into
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OTP TKXAH,
At the Great I nlon morllng In
Sew York,
1
Lire Thoughleof nl.lve Koniberner
The report laji:
Gen. Cochrane then introduced the
next speaker. OentlemoD, I am now
about to present to you a gentleman you
have before heard ; a gentleman whom I
have often at-en and taken by the hand.
I Lave often stood by him in many
stern struggle In yonder House of Kepre-
e ntattvei ; he was always a true, stead'
fast Southern Democrat. He stands be
fore you to-night almost an isolated man;
he has parted from his family, and tho
last and almost tha only news he heard
from them was whim those troops who
were surrendered at the South by the
treason of (Jen. Twiggs, were on their re
turn to tho North, being exchanged, as
they passed by his family mansion, uis
little esos notwithstanding; the disloyal
sentiments of tho vicinity, with the spirit
of tboir aire, they gave tureo cheers for
the Union. Clreat applause, aud cries
Of "Good." The virtues which they
inherited and thus expressed, are still
alive in the heart ortueir lather, lis is
here as a father to speak to you as fath
ers to-night upon the great crisis in tho
nation. I introduce to vou Qen. Hamil
ton, of Texas. Loud and lone-contin
ued applause.
6FKECH OF QKS. HAMILTON,
Oentltmen of the Loyal League nf iht City
of New xork: Had 1 been disposed to
deal justly with myself, I surety would
not have been present on this occasion.
Itis notoften I have been under the ne
cessity of making apologies in advance
of the humble cll'orts I have from time to
time made in this great cause: but te
cent indispositiou of a severe character
admonishes me (hat I am not able thia
evening to meet your just expectations ;
nevertheless, in obedienco to the wishes
of friends, 1 am here to bear toslimony
still to the principles upon which this
Government ought to prosecute this war
to a successful conclusion. And 1 can
not better do that than by indorsing eve
ry word my friend a I may be per
milted so to call him and jour l'tcsi
dent has upon this occasion so eloquently
uttered in tour hearing this evening.
Applause.J If there is any change to
make at all, it is not by detracting from
any suggestion he has made or by any
indorsement of tho principles he has
urged in your hearing ; but it would be
had I the capacity of adding immeasura
bly to the suggestions he has made to
infuse vigor into the public at niy. The
purpose, I suppose, t lis evening, is to
ratify and indorse the objects of this
League. 1 snpposo this is a part of the
record of that League which I see before
me the long roll of names on the desk.
1 know not now many names it may con
tain ; but, judging from the size of the
roll, it contains names enough, if mua
tered into an army, to redeem my slate
applause ; and if the men who signed
it have hearts as ready and willing as
their hands, they would redeem if arms
were placed in their hands. Renewed
applause and cheers. i under
stand tho object to bo to declare
the unalterable determination of eve
ry one who there puts his name
to stand by the Government in all
its just and constitutional eil'orts to sup
press rebellion. What are those ellotts
to bo : lir levying armies, aa a matter
of course, and to furnish means to arm
and equip the men thus raised, r utling
theta iu the 4icld, and sustaining them
while there. Unquestionably all will
ajrree to that I mean all loyal mcu : for,
uufortunately, every man even in this
part of the country, I understand will
I . ,l,.t t.r ThowlLinlr tha k.f nt.v
""'t"'"
to putdowu and suppress lioballion is to
cease fiuhtiog llebelg. I A voice ".Uoobr
Urooks. J It is the lurther purpose of
those who sign this League to sustain the
Congress of ti e Uuited States in tho
meaanres that nave been adopted in its
wisdom for giving power to tbs Lxecu
live aud the olllcer of his army. Loud
cheer. I I understand it is the deter
miuatiun of all who sign this league no
longer to carp about this being a war
against the inatitution of slavery cheers,
loni ud loud ,ld ,0 ill,Jr" from
tliu coun(ry apart of what ought to be
its just support in putting down this re
hellion, his strange lo my mind, and
has ever been strange, when consideiing
it, bow anv man in the laud who really
ivas capable of reading the current events
oi the day, and who is willing to admit,
what tho truthful pen or history will re
cord, as to bow and for what purpoae the
Kebellton sprang up iu our midst how
anv man could imd it in Ins heart to
withdraw even temporarily from the (Jot
ernment this support, became the Gov
ernment has at iaat determined to strike
down the thing which has Blinked the
integrity of tho Government Immense
applause, and to talk about the monstro
sity of this Aduiinistiatiuu and the Gov
ernment mr.king war on slavery. ( Chores
and applause long and loud. What was
it, pray tall me, you that carp, what w aa
it that made war upon the Government?
Cheers, aud cms of ''That's it."
"That's the qusllon."J What itiblilu
lion, or prr teiidf d int. rest growing out
of that inatitution, was made the pii text
aud real cause of the war? I aay pre
text, beranso 1 say what I have ofi.-n
said, it was not because of any arvi-
pion an th part of the people) of the non
alayrholding Sttg upon the interest of
slaveholders of (he South, that rebellion
ws tid ; but elkTtrr wi neTcrtbelctt
(ho ci'isp. It wis the causo in more
ventca (Jin one. It wa the cattBe, Fir4 :
liecaose its tendoncr bad been to make
tho owners of that property arrogant.
Hbailmauo them desire to be lord of
this country, ("That is eo."J It had
made them deleranned, in their blRotrw
of heart, that they would role tha coun
try I" Iney shan't ',or else they would
ruin it and build up another Uorerument.
It was again the cause, secondly, that it
induced many innocent and ignorant
people in the South to believe that the
South bad been grossly Wronged because
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of her interest in this institution, and
that you intended to destroy it; and
many were thus lod to participate, not
knowing tbs real object, not knowing
that it had been smoldering in the hearts
of tho leaders of this rebellion for the
last thirty years, and in the language of
air. laucey, one cf its great apostles.
firinif the Southern heart, all the lime on
a mere pretext, and watching (ho favor-
ab'e moment (o precipitate the Cotton
States into rebellion. I say with all mv
heart, all my soul and mind, that I d
not even regret the necessity of crushing
slavery in putting down this rebellion.
immense applause. 1 didn t wait for
the President's proclamation to take my
position. I said the very moment of
tho viuiousness and wickedness and
unhf trd-of monstrosity of men, in
the face of society and tho blessings of
such a Government as this, lifting their
hands in rebellion against it, making
Slavery the pretext or tho cause that
moment my mind was unalterably fixed
against the institution forsver. Great
applntise and loud cheers Suppose you
should re-establish the Union by put
ting down Kebellion and preserving Ma-
very, lio you believo you san even
make slaVehoIdeis lovo yon more than
they love you now? "No, never."
Do you believe you can make them less
confidant of preserving the institution iu
all future timo than they wero before the
Kebellion, when they nv you had not
moral and physical power to crush the
cause, , together with the Rebellion?
And, if you could behove both these
things, I might ask if you do believe it
within the range of possibility that the
loyal men of the bouth, who have suf
fered eo much from tbU Rebellion, can
even live at peace with those devils who
have undertaken to ruin them and you?
fLoud applause, and cries of "No."l If
not, then do you lovo rebels and traitors
more than you do loyal men? Cries of
"pio, no." I Then, of preserving one
and destroying the other, take your
choice 1 Loud cheers. 1 I must not and
will not refer to myself, but I will refer
to neighbors and friends, those who
are yet living, who aro in Mex
ico, and in the mountains and fast
nesses, hiding like wolves in the caves of
the country, and who are scattered all
through tho whole land. LIow aro they
to return and live in tho bosom of these
slaveowners, restored to their constitu
tional rights, if any they have left; to
gether with their institutions, in favor
of which and in deference to which
all the people of lha South have been
compelled to bow down as worshippers
fur the last ten years r I assert
in your presence to-night what every
man of respectable reputation knows,
who has ever placed his foot on South
ern soil, that long before this Kebellion
commenced Slavery had undermined
our Government in the South. Cries of
"That's so." I say in your presence,
that if what George ashinglon left
when he died, and if what Jefferson
wrote for and labored toachive, if what
any one of the great Fathers of our Gov
ernment believed, if what my father
spoko and all of his neighbors spoke thir
ty years ago, that same Washington, any
timo within the last ten years, for utter
ing in the South, would have been hantf
ed as liaraaa. Ciir of "That's so."
I speak what I do know, when I tell you
that more than 250, according to their
own record, ot our free people who had
gone down to populate our Stale were
banged in 1SG0, pending the Presiden
tial election, because they wero suspect
ed of not being inoro loyal lo Slavery
than they were to their Government, and
over 400 women and children were driven
out. Aro you to bo told here to-night
that your fair females, prepared at your
schools to teach our daughters havobren
driven out after suffering outrage and ill
treatment too gross (o be mentioned in
this pie since, and expelled from the
country, ami your male friends hung by
hundred in tho South; and yet genii"
men will talk about preserving au inati
tution uf that sort after it has dared lo
lay its hands upon the altar erected by
Washington aud his coiupeeis, and after
attempting to tear dowu the temple of
human liberty. Loud cheers and ap
plause 1 say that, in my judgement, it
is one of tho mercies of Ci oil's providence,
if that lU'bi lliou had to take place, it
was, perhaps, a bccrssity, as the only
nieaus of k'eiting rid of tha accursed in
stitution. Applause Vou may say, and
I have heard it said there is a man speak
ing through tesentmeol ; ho has gtown to
bo an Abolttioiiisll It is true, lellow
oitizens, I.otii cheers and applause.)
I sprang at one to my feet, a living
Abolitionist, the very moment this Ke
bellion began. Immense applause. I
hate the institution, Sir. Ueuewed ap
plause. Why do 1 halo it, and love the
Government? Pecause I never received
atiiiht but blessings from that Govern
in u nf. 1 have been (he recipient of its
blessine since I was a child. Have I
ever received any blessings from Slavery?
lkcause 1 would not aasist it in ronoing
you aud your Government, it has robbed
me cf a home, and my wifu and children
are cantivr to liebellioO I Ought I to
love it? llVUsof "No," "No." or talk
for it ? "No," "No," orlo fm-1 for it ?
"No," "No," "No," or ought I lo devte
the remnant of my lite lo arguing an un
compromising war against it? (ir.at
applause, and cries of "Yes. "J And
what ftllow-citiens ate you tj gain by
restoring the (overuuiKul with that in-
s'itution? If you restore that institu
lion, you must restoro those w ho are in
terested in it to tho great bnsotn of this
great national family. I havo heard it
said recently that in high place, it baa
been suggested, that it would bo a pleas
ant sight lo see Jeflerson Davis and bis
compeers returned lo the United StaUs
Senate. Loud cries of "Never." and
"Liang them." I could almost find it
iu my heart lo say that if those are tho
terms upon which resloralion of the
Government aud salvation to the couutry
lsiooenaci, men jei ail perish in one
common ruin: lud and loni applause
and cheers. The. Government can never
restore toils counsels such tutu, without
sinking its jSationul honor forever.
What 1 Will yoa restore tho mtu , whoso
arms are red to their shoulders with
tho blood of your children and friends.
and now would consign you all to. a night
to eternal lniamy and degradation who
would exterminate the last man, woman
and child, in order to succeed in this
hollish rebellion. Tho men who declare
they will never live in political fellow
ship with vou, who scorn and despise
you, and declare limy will accept no
terms except unconditional recognition
of their Independence of all the Slates
ia rebellion, but also they will have Ken
tucky, Maryland and Virginia. I Cries
of "never, never." Yet they tell us (hat
men tain about inviting those men back
to (he Senate of tho United Slates.
"Never," "hang them first." If they
are restored to their constitutional rights
they had onca the right to tho Seuato
Chamber and to protection of (heir prop
erly; but by their rebellion and resist
snco to tho constituted authorities of the
Government they have forfeited all such
right, and they now have the right, if
they an be caught, tried and convicted,
as they ought to be, and no doubt will
be, to bo executed for (heir ofTenro.
Great applause and Joud cheers. Put
it is a terrible thing lo talk about; first
taking all their negroes, and then em-
lie may for a timo havo been lukewarm
inthecause; ho may not have felt that
bo could give them tho active and cordial
support which was due from every citi
een ; but now having maturely consid
ered it, he has al last arrived nt the con
viction that there is but one path of safe
ty, but one path of duty, and that is to
lend his whole heart to the cause, of the
Government, lo sustain it in all its con
stitutional rotations, and to bring tj
gether a mass of public sentiment w hich
will sweep away every man that opposes
tho Government. Applause. And
even if there may be men in
high placea who for their own
selfish promotion, have been en
gaged ia wily diplomacy to defeat for a
timo the success of ono man in the public
service engaged faithfully in the enter
prise In ono quarter of the country, and
if there may be those with similar pur
pose checkmating another man in per
forming his duty, let them learn a lesson
from the history of tho past. Let them
remember that the people of this great
country, "thinking with their heart,"
will instinctively know tho men who do
(heir duty, and will reward them oo.
Wo know that a few years ago, when wo
were engagod in a foreign war, there was
an old general who never pretended to
be anything more than a rough and faith
ful soldier, winning victory after victory,
paying no attention (o what was going
on at the National Capital, w hile others
were intriguing, seeking in their life in
camp to secure tho great honors which
this great people could confer; and we
know that the people took up (hat old
rough soldier, who had never dreamed of
being President, and made him President
over all of them. It may again occur
that some rami who think that (hey aro
winning the popular favor may he set
aside, who ask that thoso who have per
formed these duties, commanding tho
Administration of the vrholo country,
from Iheir distant points in (ho South,
may be relieved because the contrast was
becoming too great between them and
others, may live long enough to realize
that tho poplo cT I run country, w hen
aroused, aro omnipotent, and (o ac
knowledge (hat " the best laid
schemes of mice and men, gang
oft alee." If . we aro to do our
duly by our Government, let us
begin by delerminin'r to do our whole
duty. At the risk of being considorsd
impeitiuent or oniciotis Ibis evening, I
must say that I think the limn has coma
not only Tor arousing each and all of us lo
(be protection of (lie Government of the
United States in the prosecution of this
war to a successful issue, but also to de
feud the honor aud dignity of this great
people, by directing Iheir attention tot be
piiHitinn of this Government, and lellinif
our public servants that we are not afraid
id foreign Powers. Applause. We
b iw not at the foo'slool r vea of the great
Nephew of his Untile. Uenewed sp
plituse. I have never tnj self had any
fears. I believe that if it cants to this,
that the rebels in arms against this Gov
ernment were to havo sympathy from
abroad, from tho ruling class in hngland
or from tho I'.mperor of the French, wo
could at'once chalb nge tho great heart of
both nations (hat know well what this
war means great applause; for, while
we know that tho rebellion has received
encouragement, and vtu material aid,
from ono class of tboititi us of Knglaml,
there is another class who, even amid all
their sufferings and deprivations conse
quent upon this war, havo been true and
loyal in their hearts to (he Government
of the United Slates, anil when Ibey see
that this great people, in the inula' f
their trials, you who havo sent tj the
Army of tho Union men noii!i to have
conquered Kurope a few years sgo, si ill
remember to build ships aud Ireigbt them
with bread, and aeod tliriu across tlie
briny deep for lhair relief, you hear to
day the response which conies bark to
you upon evny vessel that reaches our
shorts that Hie whole heart of the Kng
linb people is loyal lo tho principles of
liberty ; aud the great fat-art uf Lurope is
with us; and we can aOord to say lo
their rulers, lo your worst. 1 do not hold
others responsible lor my humble views,
but, for one, I would nMt withhold, upon
the part of ibis Government, the njnf a
siou ol sympathy and extension of aM,
l-hTu.!"' "r .,ln,KR,nK neighbor
W ho is about becoming th victim or that
wily despot of Trance. A leading matt
or that district of the country remarked
to tuo that the P.epublicans of Mexico
and, tho Republicans of tho Union States
mutt sfand shoulder to shoulder In tho
catne of civil liberty; for before it ends,
we shall liud tho lovers of oivil liberty
throughout tho world on one side, and
tho lovers of despotism arrayed In sym
pathy against tho Government. For ono,
I want to sco this Government say that
we sympalhixo with Mexico, and do not
want to see itcverruu by Louis Nspo.eou.
Applause. And when tha offer of me
diation was made to this country tho
proposition to appoint commissioners to,
arrange the terms by which tho Rebels
could return to tho American Senate
bad I bVcn the Premier of this great Gov
ernment, i f it had cost me my lire, I would
have replied, "Sir, there was a timo when
you would not have dAiod to say so
much; aud now that you havo said it, 1
will tako (ho occasion to say to you In
(bo name of my Government, that you
had better take counsel or (hose who sur
round you as to the quickest and safest
way of getting out of Mexico." Ap
plause. But 1 want you to understand
that whatever Ihe policy of (he Govern- l
ment may be upon these questions, I am
as loyal to (his Administration as any
man living within (ho United States. I
am loyal lo I ho President. He is my
President. He is the only President wo
can have for (wo years. lie must bo sus
tained; and had I millions of money and
as many lives, I would give them all to
sustain the Government. Vet I believe
if (here is a man within the limits of tho
United States who has had cause to b
disappointed, I am one of thoso men j not
that I have been an applicaut for any
thing, but that I have hoped that tho
country I love so much would ere this
havo been rednemed. Upon (he 4th of
uecemncr 1 sailed from your port a happy
man ; for I was conneotod with an expe
dition which I had beer, taught to be
lieve (o be intended for tho relief of
Texas. Without solicitation upon my
part I had been connected with that ex
pedition, and I nevor knew that wo wero
ploying all their negroes against them.
If a murderer should make an attack on
me, I not suspecting any foul intention
on bis part, and he bad a dagger at my
throat and I could, in tho souffle gt
poisession of it, I would not exaoily
rettiro it to him laughter and 'oud
cLeurs. I would not be psrtfoulir
about not using it upon bltn. This
Government, as yon know, is workimr to
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ciuiiu uui inn remiiiun, ana is ll not a
shatuo that mm at this day will talk
about the wickedness of this Government
muking war upon the South 1 Now, some
men or exceedingly small head and small
er heart may receive plaudits for tiller
ing puih falsehoods ; but thty must
know, by laking (he least thought, that
all History will record it to be a foul lie
and Blander. Applause, and cries of
Good, Good." This Government nevor
invited war on the part of the South,
they waited uulil your National Capital
was seriously threatened. When I left
your honorable President, and Washing
ton, a day or two after I ho inauguration
of Ihe President of the United Stales, I
passsd through no hamlet, village, town,
or cily, at the South, (bat did not swarm
with soldiers, muttered snd prepared for
an attack on the Government. Mr. Wal
ker, tho so-called Soctetary of War, ofjtho
Davis regime, declared at Montgomery,
Ala, (hat within a given time they
would have (he National Capital, fit
was an open boast at the South, aud Ibey
believed it. They believed they bad
so managod things, through their agen
cios in high places, that they had secur
ed the power, and they intended to use
it. 1 will not mo names, because it
would not be right on this occssion, and
I know none of your minds will revert to
Gov. Floyd, of Virginia, or any body like
him. L-ottfJ laughter and cheers ) But
it was so. And yet men talk of their
constitutional rights, and that they hat
property in tho Sjtith, about which pro
perty, if you ever make a disturbance,
they intend to tear u,j the Government
and malm another, this same species of
properly being the corner stoua of tins
new one. Yt-l,whou you for Ihe preser
vation of your Government, resist their
aggressive war, when you attempt r, put
down tho Kebellion, you aro doing
a most cruel, unjust, aud uncou
stitutional thing. 1 suppuso theso
gentlemen imagine (hat (he object in
forming Ilia Constitution was (o see how
long a Government could exist without
having power to protect itself against
enemies withoot or within. A common
llippant ruiuark of the Kubels was that
the Government was a failure, because it
was not possessed of inherent strength.
Put I have said to them on many occa
Sioas, as I say lo you (o-night, that in
y Judgement they will fiud, before tky
get through with it that this Govern
ment is strong enough for common use.
Applause It baa just the sains om
nipotent power that any other Govern
ment under Heaven has to prelect itsolf
from ils enemies without and withiu. It
was intended to have (hat power. Tho
Constitution conferred upon tho Presi
dent, and ina'la it his saoro duty, to
suppress iusiiirerliou, aud to repel invs
siou ; and they placed hi in at tha bead of
its Army and its Nsvy that he luijlil em
ploy lbs whole force of th country if
uectsasry, to accomplish that great ob
ject. oboOly ever dreamed, until those
t-achingaoutof which Secession grew got
to be popular, (bat A had nl power to
srcouiplish every thiug it desired ror
Ibes great ends. Put it bas been dis
covered that the GoVi-rnuirol, surround
ed as it has been by enemies, molested
by the sympathy abroad for tlie Ireaioa
at I. mi!, from day lo day surrounded
with diillcultie ney and Lnli.ilo unifi
ed by ll.u (ioverntnunl, may mat, now
and Ihcli a mistake. It may havo mad
the BiiKtak or atreating some men who
had not s iid s much as they ought
lo have taid lo convince their nigb
bora of their loyally for 1 do bo-
lnvu
out,
tvety nun ou;bt so lo speak
that if not at heart a trai-
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