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VOL 1.
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PROSPECTUS
or TH
The Nauuviill, V.vio.x aaaeoairneiued W aprlng,
for tli iurK"i of u piii Hi Hi lel SiHtlurn lou
feiluracy, aud of advocating the reetorxtloB of I,lerAl
authority, il hunt any nbatetiieiit, ovr '11 the Klato
hlb liar, attimi.toil Ui auu. Ita uLJ.t tvua to
pro, lnim the doctrine, of Hourly ami t'riioii, at lin y
were ooo ,pouuile,I Ly th fatuera of Hi llipil'lle,
but whli U for wore llina ouo jrur tl.e long end
dreary cAruiml of treavoii bail leeu un ) ii mi
mUMilti'n lu tho Capital of tli Statu of Aum rw
Ja Kaon, and were treueured up only In the heart ,,f
tha faithful. W Wivd tliat tli. rilit uy t" con
din t loyul Journal, In a city 1 Vo NnnlivMlc, nt uc!i
atiuiva, thl, M to ralao tlia wurering d timid
up to llio troa atiindard or itrl.itliii, and n"t til
lowi-r Hie Jtandard of pilriitlm,fV'r tlie nmnni-r of
aniiia otliar Journals, toanlt Ilia ilopruvod t.i a. of lbs
poml luy-U nn1 'ympitbljra with th nklimua l d
nutty.
Th Union, tliiTi fora, b held a, fiimula all who
aiiiiort, arid f " hn onn.i, tlia Union of tlia
sitataii. Ita watoliwor I in f'lmwioM NaTioutT.
With robl and tr .ilium it Ii ih n t aumppmilsa t
uiaaa. It cuiitmida fir Ibc lailuml t"iitituUon and
tli Ti, inadu In jnraumai th'iO"' 8tr
l.iWuTin l.tt, Arjlhln; In th ConaUiiilbm ami
! of any of tlia at.ite, to tha contrary notwlib
ataiullna;. It ooiiWnd fur tha tulim of the ftuturf, 1.:u'-
without It tli pwaef fntlon of our lllH-rtlin and luati
tiitlnn and th'i oiKauljitli.n of oi.;y ltdf are
wholly laipoM.iLlu. Ihonfoni, whatoMT Htandj In
tha w iy of ir itdilna out tho rulwtlion n'l n utorlng
tha Unhm mint peii-h, uo uinlt -r by wh it nam" It
ba ratloil.
When lUouniuda of our oltlnen aohliura lay down
thuir livoa up' ii th" ullur of tholr country, a aaacrl
flutt nho a nil f.H'thiy prioa, and prmdou In llio alght
uf JlwiVrtn, tiiwl firhld that any lnuMu motive of
aulf lutonmt Hhoulil mako any man waor In hln loy.
ally, lr th'tru bo any uib, b t tin m look at the
blood of tilul'di. Fort I"iilon, Mm freiwhoro and
Krudorlukahnii!, and blunh at thuir whikodnraa and
U'lly. 1-ove for our country should now overahadow
aery oihor f-IiFi ; and he la no patrlut who lovna
hl Imiiiw, lands, or tifuron, with tithe of the devo
tion whlrh he fun It lor hi, eoantry. K.ven prudent
thilll ihninH ahoiild (ouiprd ineii to b putrloK, for who
oan Iicim to anrii hi own tTcamin from th w rick of
a ruined and ilUioeuihered L'ulou T
Vn want to aoe Ihu land nure inoru hloMsi-d with the
enduring ,unnhlne of an honorahlo )afe, baaed upon
th oomph to nud uiiconditiouul aubmianlon of the
i-olieU (nor in urmi, and ut lit up wait tii ilvceitrul
I glow of a poace Imanil upon i mam nhito loyally, and
, onoen.loti, to tralli i tho glow of a nu ti or whlrh
would ahino only to betruy, and going out would
luave ua in a durknoaa t"iifold morn lomy than that
which prevailed before.
' Triete are the aentinient, and rb-wa whii'h the
I'moh will oonthtue to advocate through whaK-Tir
ui itonn or Kuluhlne may await It In the future, and
u aaic the aupport of all who holiove It to be lnirt-
it that a thoroughly and riftorounly l '.val newaptper
bould be puhl lulled In Nuohvillo.
TERMS OF StBSCRIFTIOS,
fin rn ri'mw,) .
pelly I'nbvn, (lnt;le copy) per anmnn...... 1U l
" " per weeh.,.,
jaerAlIcoBimnnlrailonH on binilncsK with the (llllee,
III li addreeaed to Urn lUlLrtlllEti!i ain VA'iUK,
nd all eommiitilc.itlou, to the Kdllor w ill lie ndilrea,-
I to 8. 0. MERCVlt.
Kdllor, of loyal newspaper will do una giTiit kiud-
na, by ri'-pub'dahlng th, foitgoin, or It, uhtaiioe.
Tho current traiiiiacliouM In TetiucuM., for mouthi to
Siiii will lie lUKiuy interesting to an lovern oi ineir
itintry and bur fi-ei Institution, nod the coImniiH of
io I'moN will furnwh tha earlhut and uio.it ridlnl'la
lltory of lhco ovenl.
KATES of' au Lin'isn'u.
i (trN link, oa i raa to pomititcti a agt'ARK.)
pinr, I day, $1 t" ':u-ll addifual llinerl'll, $0 f,(l
" I wt'tfk, .1 (i .-acli a-lilit loiutl au iru, I &)
it j 4 oi) " 1! tJ
1 nnHtli,tloii " " i'.iK)
t " t 11 " " - 4 SO
H J o thl o 6 INI
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if m ajou . . luuo
TO AOVEHTISLnS U DETAIL
tiik HATra wii.i. na ah r ,t.i.owai
NASHVILLE
UNION
tJ-iMor Column, 1 uohiIIi.... ,., $' "' 00
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Advai'ti.amenU npyluij t ci,il ( .inB n
'.1 ju additiuiuil i position miiIJj,
lu pr cont
-A,l . rll cnienH In i-rlo l In the lot al Column
barbed at the rate of twemy nn l-r line.
lianvea may he made r i.i ira iy wii, n agrd
p"nt toit ev'i-y aiteh t-hatth'e will Involve titia ex
Hrnte, u he paid lor by the eilw-rll ur.
tf ,'a.7ir v,-eeti.iij; (A ipilo voNjrdWftf fur vt'ff
kWyt ir (A , i
Plnrrlnna mid I nnrrnl Kolirc(
Wlteu cXLemlui, tt Iiiii-m, will tie thrad at lue
ii'iiat advarti-ing raU4.
Aniioitiiromritta vf 4'Hiidldalea
K' l -ai mil. .ia p
I'oniity " fr tKi
" fiiy . " .....m ., a vo
rftfch re.tolMMl In atraii'-W' lor alt ndvcrtUe
meola, t,nl ua t,y tpotdl nri-oiiient .
1Y, tlitf llule4llll',1. hu.-e thla day adopted tlie
abuv rotoa, to wld:h wo bind ouilva aiiu tly le
adhare.
W M. CAM LIUiX, tot H leion.,
' WAl.lt K r th, J'i,,,),.
NAaiivuta. Tu)iN., July Ijili, looi .
ajliiaama ti; am i imawagy rya
VlKXI. W. HllkVlUAkia. ljrr 'V tl. 1UIU4.
SHEWnAKER & 1X0BB,
gmg" gfittlHflf ncc iit,
No. 11, SOUTH mi KIK UTIU KT,
(intiu unit urn mnit,)
N T. r.UlIIN, MO,
lAtaLtHltfJ far the ll.'iicril bf Stran?rr.
voatk t at. utia tt ataxi iw
Sick, Woundnd, or Boldier, that b
Died from Vonrd, or Sickaeea,
(lOHkMT ISIM.l.IliKM K Wil l, lit-: t.lVKN (if
V tin i.i!lr.u ot any mi. k or w r-'oiiitrr In
i"T lid :k I ,H IVIla.K, flMMMS M I. Na-i il I K,
Hill Nil CITY, or any o h r lioepital tu ilu tAt. rn
lieparllvatit. Tina W tt-a i,ll Army lutall.i-iioe
I'flto at tho I nili'd Strtli. and tl'l"rirt noa rx-jard-ll.(
Hi.l.lirra from any pal I ot the C S can be iilven
"t any i,iue, ,y CKllii'K al , r wan. k.i lo tha 4ki
It'tLiiu,,,-, frni a, IMat iMtlre II.. I l.'o. Int
N. U -l-.K..va i..ai to r. ln la im o
.a rattan will olnale ail ij .-..a, i ui .., h.i
t'J rallu.K at our OuV, No. U.SouiU K-uril, rfel.
ilay i,, i-oti It
soi77C slic it,
BLACKING, &c.
JlT lil.1 KIMii. ,u Km! cUl.K AT
fU rf.tth AUtvUft HtrH4t,
DIRECTORY.
CITY 0 OVER NMENT,
JtlllS UL'bU HMITH, Jfoyta-.
aa WIU.IAM SHANE, BaowaW
JOUM CHUMBIJCV, JforiaW.
turnip Jtfar.au;. W. H. Wllklnxw, A. U Tucker,
and Janica A. Heel.
. OlerW elke JfVirfcr John Chmhley,ir-or)Wn,llr,t;
Jacob I'routh, auoond ; aud Thoa. MoCariy, third.
Jujt Auir '.Vilham !rlvur.
l;eeM Cotlerlnr1. D RhatkUnd
H oar Tax (JolJeetor K. B. Oarrotl
rreomrar B. 11, nry.
N W Af,or Tliomaa Leake.
(tur-'T.niwdewi ctht forlVnie-J. Q. Did.
.VtiiiormiewW nf iKt Wul-r rTorae Wm. Sttwart.
Oarf nf t Fir Dfjiarhntnt John M. UcaburT.
nmurn t Oi Omri-I, H. McBride
Hirt 0wr-J, L. S'tewart.
tV Attonr K V. M alloy.
CITY COUNCIL.
Il.inl of .iLbrmm, M.M. ilrleu, Prulldeul ; -'oha
Crper, Jot J. Rohb, 1 MuU ijr, 11- Hcorol, W. H.
COuaihm, M O I,. Uaikornu, aud J C 8mllh.
itnuwii iAiumc Audrew Anilcraoo, I'raaidei.l; Jaa.
T.racr, Willi., Koh.-rta, 0. 11. Woulhale, Abrahara
alyort, Ab x. M( fJaa al, I. B. Hough, tWlea lytjera,
J. H. .,awiiM. W A. MuCfellajiu, T. J. Yar.ruugli,
Wm. Driver, Wru. Slowarl, Tuofc Ueady, Wm. llaily
and Wm. tVuiuoru.
TA.NINi oiuiaur-nN or Tin on t oucRaa-
finoait Raow lee, feovui and Ilrleu
it aim rfr Au laranu, .tmllh and Cutlborn.
treu-Half, Timor. Mymj, II, .liny, Cbtathnaa.
Yrlirouick, i.read.v and Eally.
Wknrj Turuai , fMifar aa l fli-Wuliaad.
NiAonii (ie-uiiam, wullay aad Knuwle.
t m DeiH,MnMyi',, Ittewarl and MoClelland
Uiolrirtr, Uready aad )ir.
rfcvaeierjr 'ji.llh. lauikoTa aad SiewarL
Murfoi H,m Tarkrougk, aWkerta and Carper.
ft4uv-ugoy, Ui:aVtlliol a.4 Hlwart.
Vifiee Chantkiua, Brlra and Safera.
firtH'i Ikrearly, (jlaiaoma and layara.
H'arAAvaaa Maore, Iob aad Mnauli4,
fainroeemewii mid awyiwdllia-ai klalellaud, Drlea
and Hnatiora.
fvl.iM fr.f" Fjm,, wtewwr, and DrWer.
Peii tiir-, witkga and Holler.
fgrTho Heard ui Aldi-ratea rm-eia tlw Tuowlaya
ueat prorrdlua; the aoi-oml and niurib I'buradny, In
flauh month, and tha Coinnioji QhiiioII th. eecind
and tourth Thuradaya In wtch m"utii.
NIGHT POLICE
(lipfoin John Bnr.
ftrcf ,w,afcia Andrew loyefl.
Seeowl LieiUmum John II. tuvle.
potcrne Wm. .laokfloa, Jotin r-arctidef, Nlch ia
rlt, Joel l'hllllia, Wm. Itakw. John OttnOI, William
kayo, John rglea, J. W. Wrlr'it. Joh. I'uckett,
Robart Soott, W . V. rrannla, ilevld YaU. lliaa. Hn
lilt and W. Imnloy.
ftV The Polio Cirt la opened ever, mornlog at
alue o'clnek -
(Ol'M'V oirFicnus.
Kker( Jamc-4 M. Illulirfl. lUfi Tltouil floh.
in and .1. K. H'.ciianaii , .
Nnfiitr Phinaua (Barrett
TriM lat-n-r Tuylor
IWm-N II. 8"h'her. '
ier John Orb'H
ffeexiM IWMie-W D Rotrl""H
K'lilnaid To. n,'eeir .1. II. BriTey
OhMMiIea , (Aa rV,ui;la OWrtaf Jiia IV Uower
and J. a- Newman
; ' COUNTY COURT., k
Jn.lgt Hon. .lanww Whit worth
flert--r I.Hidalej Mch"(. ' ' M i '
ay The .lud.'v'a Cmri mneu it tlral Moe-lay la
eanli month, a"d the Ouaitertr IViurt. oomuoa-d of
the Mafiatratoaol the Cotinty, la held tbe Drat Mon
ly in January. April , July and 'Vtoher
CIRCUIT COUHT
Merl'HeTld C. Lore.
fir The Conrt meet, the drat Monday la Marob
and soptembor.
CRIMINAL COURT.
Hon M III. Hi leu.
VUrk Char let E. IUggi.ua.
-Tlie Court tuet-u the Drat Monday In April Au
gust and lircemher , -
CHANCERY COURT,
ftnHtllnr Hun. Samuel D. FrieMon
Ulert nad Nntttr-J. E. Wl--aea , ' i v i ,J
' i The Coin t meou the dret Vlooday In Irla) ami
H wemher.
MIIITAllY.i
DEPARTMENT HEADQUARTERS.
JVMirrarf Di-tdipuirtera on High etnet. MaJ,
Gr'ti. HivHttuua, commanding.
Cai' VwurtrraviAfer lleadiiuarton on High atraet,
near ili dar. LI, -lit. Col. Jno. W. Taylor.
Caiel',MiHNitMtry lleaitquaxU-ra on unimuratroet,
oenr liroad. Llnt. Col. R Sitnmont.
TVoeoit ilarikjl (Imitral UooiLjuartar on High
atreet. I apt. W. M. Wile., .
AemtaMi Vhrl lirie durggon A, luwiry lliur.
aton, l . Vol., g4 I hurry atreet.
PaaTr HEADOijARTERS.
Poat Ileadquartert on Oolb ge atreet, between Un
ion aud Oliurchatr,u, (l"r. Water,' ra douce ) Uen.
11. U Mitclioll, coiam imUug.
ilatWutl faortaraiaarer IdMbnrslng and Inap'tliig
Olhoor, n Chen y atroot, lattWMU Church aud liroad.
Capt J. Ii. Cliaudler.
wMieal 4jM4ureu.efr la charge of Traneporta
tlou, ou Ch'-rrv atreit, botweoa Luloii aud Ubari.li,
dpt. J. II, Ulni'kam.
itWoal gMartaratattar In charge of Clothing, Camp
aud ijarrttou Itulpea, No. 17 Markut atrewl. wupt.
Thua. J. Cvx.
AuWaai C'tirteriaatiT la .harir of Mean, of
Tran. iortntton and (Juarterma.t.-ra' Mto-oa, ou t.'bvrry
IrvtiU, near l lieatr.. - Lieut. Chaa. 11. Irviu.
MaCoN (jwittrtfH-ftrr In oiiArg of Fud, Forag,
and Mtutluurry, o. 37 l.ul..t atreet. bapt. Wm.
Udla.
AMliiatU Q'irtrrmalrr Kir tlin AMalrUaient uf
Quaru,ra aud Kccmvuu and leaning lba,pitai titorea.
tat. tl. MeKoen liH.rta
I. O. O. " ,
Jnus t. Hint, (llei-d t-c.r,nry. ahould be a. ileod
at A'uJ.t.Hj, Tim
Tnmunrt Le-ty, No. 1 M"'iU eteiy Tu,'ay Ktu.
lui:,at thou ll'ol,ua tha aorner of Union aad fttua.
uicr atreeta. - It,.- oUmeie rt. tbe pnatent terra. ar:
0. 8. L--tii.iT, N U -. J. K. Mdia, T r ; J. L. WiiakWy,
he- rnlary ; L. It-rtiiuu, Treaaaiar.
trolna xi.lyt, N III Urn" I, at tN. Mini i
ev.H'y Kouilay Aveuiug.. Tw. oJiw,M-a are : K. A.
Cmihcll, N O.; Ilei.ry Ayple, V.ft.;J L. Paik,
Hiorl'taTy ; D. IT. ILrowa. Tiawearer.
Iwl l.-tv. It t MeoUl l the4r Htg. uai eVmlh
Cheri y airwm, ervay Friday veniaa - I'k: i4IU-era
are : 0 C. Cutu-i, N U ; rrank Karuiaa, ti.( Jamt-a
W yall. Soerotary ; f. M. ataiWy, Treeiaurer.
Aarer itdf, if, la, (i.arrMa Meet, al tha
Hall, corner oi Uuloa aud Auainar MroaU, eveiy
riiairlay Evening. Te oatoer are : Cbarlea Ulan,
N tt ; H Frie-liua , T O ; MtMruoh, Swretaryj
Oeo. Welferi,Trrwirr.
Mvlr'f , H I aa al th, ab.r Hal
en tbe lli at aad third ffeAMMtn i " meiith.
tkeultl.ier, mm: J. Hilar CP.; T. UnlVido. H. P.:
0 F. Fuller,! W ; Paler karra), Jr., J.W.;T1 f
UI4. ttarih. ; B. R. Catter, Treaitarw.
oaet (trjwo miip a, AT. lap at
akov TUll i th, aad a.4 fvartk Wi4teHr
nit :hu of each aniU. Tka ear are Jat T Bii,
C.P.; H-Bij Al1. H P ; U ,. S.W.; R. Frlnl
niaii, J cliark KKafaer, J. . Ward,
Treauter,
fierr- a Jlaeittat a aVteakH,, tka tr,
Friday afleraoau at -H.illl'taai
NAMES OP CHAPLAINS'
JhUine.1 fir lhxflkd D4f in&Utff.
L. ItATklOSD, Tilst Illiuoii, ntgnitli
N.ig. 1 .ud 10.
J. !"iin i;, lOih .Llo, Hogpldlg SM,
nd h.
J. riitCHIlt, SlhOiito, najMa.l S. 4.
Ii. r. liio, ;!iHh Iidiank, Hital
No, ii
J. KlI.l.U, lSlll (lllle), nopfa'j 5fra. 7
nd 1G.
O. KiSNr py, 101st d.W,nPti.:tti d.
baud II.
Ja Mai itirAtT, Itfth Kontm kv, Hog
jiiUl 'o. V and Oak-erg.
J. CmrfR, 34 Kmlmnfj-, IlNstrHafo
Nos. H ftnd lo.
NASHVILLE,
as'.'.'jLW jii''iMKiLL!LjLi5J?!-'ii.L -!'.' Lamm
ItiK 'AND TOCATIOM
or
HOSPITALS IK NASHVILLE.
No. I Oun Pardory, Onllera atraet, oa th. Hill.
burgeon, J. T. H ull.
M i CulTeralty Bnlldlng, Warket atreet, oa th.
1UU. r-urgeon, A. W. KgU-T.
S Em-ley', Bnlldlng, fl cornor Publl Square,
t urgeen, Auu. Ewi.
" t II o ward High School, College atreet, M (ha
Hdl. AaaL burgeon, F. H. Tt.wa
" I Qua Fartory, npper and Front (treet. Ant.
Surgeon, F. it. Buti-aa.
u 6 College atreet, awar Broad. Surgeon, Cat.
Boanaaaa.
7 Collcga atreet, between Ctjiirch and Broad.
Act. aaat. Hargeon, 0. W. FkAxca.
' g Maionlo Hall, Church atreet, near Summer.
Aaat. Hurgeon, I). Baiwb.
- Carriage Futory, tfarket atreet, below th
tvjuare. lot. Aait ekirgoon, J. I). 8KkW.
" lie Modlool Collegw, College atreet, on th. Bill,
Act. Aaat. Burgeon, yr. K. Bowuao.
11 "Paitf Hooaa" Cm the Unlveratty Pike.
AC. Aaat. Burgeon, L. I), llouut.
" 1 A Broadway Hotei, Broad atreet, cornor ( harry.
Kirgeon, Fuin. Mkt mn a.
" 1J Hum High Keliool. Sprue, (troet, our. Broad.
Murgeoa, , llHtuuc-K,
14 Fema'. Hohnol, Chnrak atreet, 'tear Ohatu.
Booga Pcpot. Surgeon, I'aku. HgTHoaa
" It Uyno,' High School, Line t treat, eorner Burn-
uur. rjurgaon, Vf. U. (aAMaaaa.
" 15 Gordon Block, cornor Broad fA and River
Landing, bur goon, Dana Wiua.
" IT Orri(-a,' HoariTAV Planter Hotel, fom-
wer atreet, ooraer Veudorick. durgaoo,
b. LI. WATKkMAa.
" 14 Corner Chuni and College atresia. Surgoon,
If. T. HvHiTaAfc.
- 1 Morrla A at ration'. Building, Mo. 14 Market
, alreot. bargeoa, L. 11. Aslii.
" iie Bap tut Chinch, Somrucr atraet. Surgeon,.
C,oowii.
' 71 llalbodlat Cliureh, Church atreJ-t Suigooo,
. K. niiarf
U IlardVattle a, South Market atreet. tatrgwon,
. Uautwraa
23 Corner Vine and Bp ad atreeta, Surgeon. 0.
CgAknaaiix.
' IS Corner Market and Clark Itrwiu. Surgeon,
A,. C. Kica.
To nr Subacrlbera. , .
In ceiMV.qii. nce of lb Insre ue lu the price uf pap"
and every other material uaed la a Prlutuig-Oulco,
wi hare baoa oomiiellwl to ra lao Ike price of ior paper
t. M et. pir week, or H per month o weeklp or
monthly anbeorlbera, and 1) year to yearly wib-
aertbiT,, whlrh rait, la all eae he paM In arl' anrw.
Ifttllco i J(,w,.lalr,.
Newt Iealer, wanting aver than one hundred
coiKeii, aiuat Mud In their nrden by o'clock, the
arening prevlona, (o haTC them ffllod pnimprlp.
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For th, Nathvllle fl y Uni; a 1
Faoa n 6Ttb Ban'T I.vnuat Vol. Tkv't. )
MrwaaaaaiBo, March l, ISiid, f
Editor XiuhviUt Union :
Dear Sib: Seeing mnT letters from
tbe different regiment of tho noble Arm?
of the Cumberland, Bad not gee i tig Any
from eap nobl regiment, I thought it
proper t ,j littl for mj regiment.
e re camped in th suburbs of the
nco capital of Tennessee, Marfreesboro.
We Lave s beautiful camp for dry
weather, but th inclemency of th
weather for tbe past few djs, has ren
dered it somewhat unpleasant ; but a few
dajs like to-dajr, will make all right
again. Our camp is on the front lines.
We hare it nicely decoraUd wilh th
rer-beauliful erergree n cedars, and ba
it thorough! policed and ditched. Our
bi-igad inspecting officer risils us fre
quently, but always to say: "th 67th
need no censure, for they alwtys up to
time."
Our worthy friend and captain, Mc-
Graw, who has command of thi regi
ment, since our bravo Col Hixks wss
wounded at Stone's Ii'iver, has been re
lieved from command by our noble Major
Blanche, recently promoted fromjotp'ain
lo major. W all bare confidence in
him. We are out in lio every morning
by daylight' first dawn, and if the rebel
Generals Bbaqo or Lonostdekt try to
take us napping, they will be sadly mii
tsken, for Ioset is not the man to have
his men sleep, when 'tis necessary for us
to be vigilant.
Our worthy and competent brigade
commander, Col. Wood, deserves praise
for his unceasing vigilance, inwatching
for th approach of rebs. Our fortifica
tions are fast approaching completion,
and, when once finished, will be im
pregnable, and woe be unto th rebel
army if it ever tries to lake this point.
The health of our army is good. A heavy
frost fell last night. It may alTict the
peach crop some.
The Kashville Uniox is hailed with
delight by all. Send plenty of copies as
we purchase freely. More anon.
I am very respectfully,
Leeds, Co. "0."
Martial l,av In I antral Kentucky
IIVATC;l'AaTB' a PleTnKT at OtHTBAl KrTi rxr. 1
l.Ki.rrj.v, Kv., Mcu J4, ltn:i.
GKNKHAL OBDSRS, NO. 2G.
1. The counties of Fayette, Bourbon,
Clark, Jessamine, Woodford, and that
portion of Franklin east of the Kentucky
liitcr, are htreby placed under martial
law. ; .
All oitisens and ' non-combatants are
forbidden to pass the Kentucky Itiver,
bounding said district on the South, or to
go beyond th limits of th military
posts at which they reside, without per
mission from the nearest military au
luutilr. 2. Colonel S. 1). Bruce, 20th Kentucky
Volunteer Iufantry, is hereby placed in
temporary duty at these Headquarters,
and is appointed Provost Marshal (iene
ral' for the district above named. He
will b obeyed and respected accord
ingly. lu addition to tb usual duties of Pro
vott Marshal Uuneral, Colonel Bruce will
eolleot, together, for temporary duty as
laborers, as many abU-bodied "contra
bands" as may b required for such
purposes.
i, Any citiien or other person, failing to
respond piomptly to calls made by Col.
Bruce, under the authority conferred in
thi order, or detected in inUrposing di
rectly or indirectly, any obstruction in
tb way of it execution, will be arrested
aud imprisoned. By order of
Brio. Oeh.Q. A. UILLMOKF.
W. L. U. Bukqkr, Capi. and A. A. O.
OiDuial.
(nral Durnald ou tb Dlef race
f ul aarrendcr of KIbb ktarllaf ,
Kentucky.
U:ADgi;aBTEiis Dxi'T. ok tuk Ohio,
Cincinnati, March 27, 10. 'J. ,
(.B.-iKBAL OltUEBS NO. SO.
Captain W. 8. BatclitTe, Company E,
lOih Kentucky Cavalry, for his disgrac
ful surrendor of Mt. Sterling, is, subject
lo tli approval of th President, dishon
orably dismissed from the military ser
vice of the Uaitd States.
The mannr ia whick his command
was paroled being entirely irregular ad
in direct violation of General Orders No.
40, from the Wsr Department, no dupli
cates lining exchanged, and other requi
site boing wanting, the parole is de
clared void, and the ofllcers and men
thus paroled will report at I ties Head
quarters for duty. The railroad com
pany will furnish transportation.
By Order of
Major-General P.L'unsidk.
Tun Wuolr Asur to bb PaidtoMabi a
1st. In tha last ten days nearly forty
millions bav beau paid out of lb Treat
ry fur tb army, aud payment ar now
continuing at lb rai of four million
per day. Within another week tbe fuuris
will bv bua provided for paying ell'
th vbol army up to tb lal of March.
If lb soldiers iben remain unpaid much
longer, tb fault will b with Ihos who
haven't payroll ready or with negligent
Paymasters.
OFFICIAL.
LAWS OP THE UNITED STATES,
ratittl at the Ihinl Sejsshm rf il Jn'rVy
rtvriM Cungrem.
PiniLio No. 60.1
An Act relating to habeas corpus and
regulatiog judicial proceedings in cer
tain cases.
Ec it tnmrted ly the Senate avil Jluse of
ixrprtsentitxvt- ofUie LniM t!Uite of Amer
ica in CvngrtM assembled, That, during the
present rebellion, the President of th
United States, whenever, ia his judg
ment, the public safety may require it, is
authorized to suspend tbe privilege of
tho writ of habeas corpus in any case
throughout the United States, or any
part thereof. And wlmnever and wher
ever th said privilege shall be suspend
ed, as afatesaid, no military or otlior
oflicer shall be compelled, iu answer to
any writ of habeas corpus, to return tho
body of any person or persons detained
by biui by authority of the resident;
but upon the cerlilcate, uuder oath of
theollicer having charge of any one so de
tained that such person is detaiaad by
him as a prisoner under authority of the
President, further proceedings under tb
writ of habeas corpus shall be suspended
by the judg or court having issued the
said writ so long as said suspension by
tho President shall remain in fore and
said,rebellion continue.
Sec. 2- And be it Imlhtr enacted, That
the Secretary of State and the Sucietary
of War b and they are hereby dirscteri,
as soon as may be practicable, to furnish
to the judges of the circuit ami district
courts of the United States aud of tbo
District tf Columbia a list of tbe name
of all persons, citizens of States in which
the administration of the laws has con
tinued unimpaired in the said Federal
courts, who are now, or may herraftur be,
held as prisoner of the United Slates, by
order or authority of the Presideut of tbo
United Slates oreilhorof said Secretaries,
in any foil, arsenal, or other plar, as
State or political pi (sorters, or otherwise
than as prisoners of war; the said list to
cootain the names of all these who resid
in Th respective jurisdictions of said
judges, or who may be deemed by tbe
said Secretaries, or either of them to
have violated any law of the United
States in sny of said jurisdictions, and
also the dai of each arrest; The Sec
retary of State to furninh a listofsuch
persons ss are imprisoned by the order or
au horily of the President, acting through
the Stat Department, and the Secretary
of War a list of such as are imprisoned
by the order or authority of tbe Presi
dent, acting thronejh the Department of
War. - And in all cases where a grand
jury, having attended any of said courts
having jurisdiction in the premises, after
the passage of thi a act, and afler the fur
liishing of said list, ns aforesaid, has ter
minated its session without finding an
indictment, or presentment, or other pro
ceeding against any such person, it shall
be the duty ot the judge of said court
forthwith to make an order tha any such
prisoner desiring a discharge from said
imprisonment to be brought before him
to be discnarged ; and every oflicer of the
United States having custody of such
prisoner is hereby directed imineCiati-ly
lo obey and execute said judge's order;
and iu case he shall delay or refuse so to
do, he sht'.l bo subject to indictment for
a miidemeanor. and be punished by a
fine of not less than fire hundred dollars
and imprisonment in the common jail for
a period not less thinjsix months, in the
discretion of Ihe court : 1'rovidd, however,
That no person shall be discharged by
virtue of tbo provisions of this act until
after he or she shall have takeu au oath
of allegiance to tli Government of tb
United Stales, and lo support the Con
stitution thereof; and that he or she will
nut hereafter in any way encourago or
give aid and comfort to tho present rebel
lion, or the supporters thereof : Arid pro
vuted, alt.', That the Jude orcourt betore
whom such person uisy be brought, before
discharging him or tier from imprison
ment, shall have power, on examination
of the esse, and, if the public safely
shall require it shall be required or with
out surely, iu a sum to be Uxed by said
j udge or court, to keep tbe peace and be
of good behavior towards the United
Stales and its citizens, and from time to
time, and at such iimes as such judgs or
court may direct, appear be for. gaid
judge or court to be further dealt wilh,
according to law, as the circumstance,
may require. ' And it shall b the duty
of th district attorney of the United
States to attend such examination be
fore the judj;e.
Sec. 3. And be it faitlter emitted, That
in rase any of stub prisoners shall b
under indictment or pre sent uncut for sny
oflence against the laws of Ihe United
States, and by t Aislmg laws bail er re
cognizance may be lakeu for the appear
ance for trial of such parson, it shall b
the duty of said judge at one to dig
chsrge such jhtsoh upon ball or recogni
sance for trial as aforesaid. And in rase
the aaid Secretaries of StaU aud War
shall for any re anon refuse or omit to
furnish tb said list of persons held as
prisoners as aforesaid at the timo of tb
passage of this art within twenty days
thereafter, and of such person as hr
alter may be arrested within twenty day
from tb time of lha arrest, any citizen
may, after a grand jury shall have ler
niiaated its session without finding an
indictment or presentment, as provided
iu the second section of this set, by a
petition alleging tb fact fraid
touching any of the pt-rsou so ss afore
said imprisoned, supported by th oath
of such petitioner or any other credible
persou, oblaiu and be eutitled to Lav
lh said Judge's order lo discharge such
prUonsron the same Urms and condi
tions prescribed in lbs second section of
this act: J'nu iJ'd, nwr, That tho said
judga shall be siti.ilied Uu!i aUialion
are true.
Sec. i. And le itmr mi W, That
any ordered ihe J'lreidi nt, or iiudi rluH
authority madu at any tuuu during tl.u
eiiatviici of tbe promt rtbtlliuo, etiail
bt a d, fcuce iu all courts to soy awtiou
or prosecution, ciTil or criminal, pending,
or to be eoiumrnccd, for any search,
. l x'-aiaiLig, j.mx
seisur, arrssl, or imprisonment, made,
don, or committed, raets omitted t b
done, under and by virtu of such order,
or under cIor of any law of Cosgres.
and such oVIcnc may bar ad byspscial
plea, or under tke geaeral tsu.
Sec. 5. And be it fuiVter enacted, Thst
if any suit or prosecution, civil or crim
inal, has bten or shall be commenced ia
any Slate court arainat any oflicer, civil
or military, or against any other person,
for any arrest or imprisonment made, or
other trespasses or wrongs done or com
mitted, or any act omitted to b done, at
any time during tb preseut rebellion, by
virtue or uuder glor of any authority
derived from or xercid fcy or under
tbe Presideut of th United St tea, or any
act of Congress, and th dfndnt shall,
at the time ot entering Lis appcarauc ia
such court, or if such appearance skill
hav been ntred bfur th patsag of
this st , lau at Ik next saia f tb
court in whick suok suit or proscutioa
i pending, til a petition, statist th
facts .nd vrifld by affidavit, for tb re
moval of tbe caus for trial at the nxt
circuit court of th UaiUd Stat, to
hold, a ia th district wker Ik it is
poading, and afUr gd and auOloioat
surety for Li ILiag ia scb court, a Ik
first day f iu in, csi of luck
process aad otkr rodioS again at
him, aad also for kis appearing ia such
court aad atriag special bail in th
causa, if sasoial bail was origiaally re
quired thsrsin. It shall thea b th duty
of th Stat eurt to accept tk surety
and proceed no further in th cause or
prosecution, aad tk bail that shall hav
been originally taka shall b discharged.
And such oopia being flltd a afrtaid
in such court of th United States, tho
csuse shall proceed therein in lb same
manner as if it had been breught ia said
court by original process, whatever may
b th assouat ia ditput or tk damage
claimed, or whatever the citissaship of
th parti, aay former law to th ca
Irary ntwithatndisg. And aay attach
ment of th goods or estat of Ik defend
ant by tb original pmcs shall koltl
tb good er estat so attached to answer
tbsfiaal judgment ia th sain Bnaaar
as by th laws of inch Stat thy would
hav bean holdsn t answer final judg
ment hall it been rndrd in lh court
iu whioh tk suit or preseoutioa wss com
menced. And it shall b lawful ia any
such action or prosscntioa which may b
now ptnding, or hereafter commenced,
before any Slat court whatever, for any
cause aforesaid, after final judgment, for
it her party to rmv and transfer, by
appeal, such cas during tk session or
term of said court at which ths sam shall
hav taken place, from snob court to th
next circuit conrt of th United State to
b held in tbo district in wbiah such ap
peal shall be tsken, ia msnnsr aforesaid.
And it shall be the duty of tk parson
tsking such appal to priuo and fll In
tb said circuit court attested onis of
th process, procoding s, aud jadgment
in such caus,; and it shall als b com
petent for either party, within six aientks
after the rendition of a judgment in any
such cause, by writ of rroror other pro
cess, to remove tho same to ths circuit
court of the United States ef that district
ia which sued judgment shsll have been
rendered ; and the said circait court sbsll
thereupon proceed lo try and determine
the facta and the law iu such action, (a
ihe same msnner as if the same had been
there originally commenced, th judg
ment in such case notwithstanding. And
any bail which may bav bosn taken, or
property attached, shall b holden on the
final judgment of Ihe said cireuit court
la such sctitin, in tb sam manner as if
no such removal and transfer bad been
made, as aforesaid. - Aud the Stat court,
from which any auch action, civil or
criminal, may b removed and transfer
red as aforesaid, upoutk paetio giving
good and sullluieut cortty for th pro
scutiou tlioraof, shall allow tbe same to
be retavil and transferred, and piocewd
no further ia th case; ftvttdtd, hinoeier.
That if ths parly aforesaid shall fail duly
to enter th rsmvval aud transfer, as
aforesaid, ia the circuit curtof lh Uni
ted Slates, agreeably to this act, th Slat
court, by whisli Judgmsnt shall hav
been rendered, and from which the trans
fer and removal shall have baeu iuad,
aforesaid, ahall b authorised, on auotioa
for that purpose, to issu xscution, and
to carry iato Ul.ct any such judguaut,
the same as if no such rameval aud trass
for Lad beu made. And provLUl, alto,
That no such appeal or writ of error shall
be allowed iu any criminal actios or pro
secution vi hare tiual judgment ahall hav
been rendered ia fvr of tk defendant
or respoudant by th Stat oourt. Aad
if iu any suit bsrsaftsr mmeusd th
plaintitl' is nonsuited or judgmtal pass
agaiiibt Liui, lb dufaudaut snail recover
doubl costs.
Sc. 0. And le it father emtctct. That
any suit or prtssculioa dscribd iu this
act, ia wkich liaal judgmtat may b ren
dered in tk circuit court, may b carried
by writ of error to lb buprcm Court,
whatever may b th amount of said
judgment.
See. 7. And be it fiirtf muuUl, That
no suit or prosscotioa, eivil or criminal,
shsll b maintained for any arrest or ita
priouuiat asad, or olhr trespass, or
wroag doa or cmatitld, or act omitted
to k done, at aay lis dariag th pres
ent rebellion, by virtu or andcr color of
any authority derived frss or exerclaad
by or uuder lb Pridat of tb Uuitad
StaU, or by or undsr any act of Ooa
grtss, uuless ths sam shall hav ba
commenced within two year u.it after
such arrest, imprisnnuieot, tr,paas, or
wrong may have beea don or eotamituil
or act may Lavs bean omitted lo be (lane:
l'rvvidt, That in no cas ahall th limi
tation herein provided commsne to rua
uutil th passage f this set, so that lh
party shall, by virtue of this act, be de
barred uf hi remedy by suit or proa
cutmu uuiil two years from aud slur tk
pausA,'. of this act.
Approved, If arch l.-tf.J.
I't Bi.ic-No. C1-
As Acr to authorize tli bruvrtting of vol
uutrtrs sod other o&Veri la Ihe United
ttsies service.
He U er.jclaltty Uta Bemtie id An, of
AriHniUihw the LnUt Suits of J
NO 301
iea i Centres otniM,' That tka Pres
ident of lh United States be and h
hereby is autkiH-iteti, ky and with the ad
vice sad coaseal of the Senate, to confer
brevet rank upon suok commissioned offl
crs of the volunteer and other forces in
the United State s.rvio as hsv Wn,
or msy hereafter be, distinguished by
gallant action or merit ious ooaduot;
which rank shall not utltl tbem to aay
ia reas of pay or emolument.
Approved March 3 1SG3.
Pdiilio No. .
Aw Act forth reliof of cert ale persons
who hav performed lb dutie of as
sistant surgeons ia regiment of v
airy. Be ii etuuted ly Un Senate ami ILxue of
Menreseniativee of the United Sfalee
Anerita in Cotigreee aenniltd. That hr-
aiaiass aadaurgena who bav ainc th
cnd day of July last beea duly ap
pelated and commissioned as second as
aiatsat surgoas ia volonfoer rrgimeats of
avalry, aad aa uh bav bona duly
mutMd iut tk military sorvic of tbe
Uoiltd States, aad actually performed
tbdtiapprUtaiag U thatolttoa shall
k paid tkrUr ia lik maaner and npon
lik proof aa ether aaaisUnt surgeons of
cavalry: Provided, That not more than
two assistaat aargeoni to acta regiment
shall b allowad and paid for services
performed at on and tham time.
Approved, Maroh 3, 1803.
PcauoNo. CX :
As Act to amead aa act ntliled "Aa act
to aatkorii th employment of volun
teer to aid ia enforcing the laws and
Sretcctiog public property," approved
uly twenty-two, eighteen hundred
and sixty-one.
lie il enetti buthe Senate and lUumteJ
Iltprteentaivee tfc United Staee of
Ameriea in Conyrms aetnlled, That every
nn-commtssioaedofluer, private, or other
person, wno aaa beo or ball hereafter
t dis-karged from the army of the
United Slat within two year from th
date of enlistment by ra,a of wound
received ia bsttl, shall be entitled to
receive th sam bounty as Is granUd or
may be granted to th ssn classes of
persons who wsr discharged after ser
vice f two years; and all acts and part
of act lacoasistent wilh thissrs hereby
repealed.
Approved, March 3, 1803,
PubuoNo. 61 ' '
Aa Act conceraing letters of marque,
, prises, aad pria good. .
Be it enatted by the Senate ami House tf
Jtepreemloiivee of the UnitM Statee of Ameri
ca Cntjreestmh!eil, That ia all domes
lie and loreigs wars th President of tbe
United States Is aatkriad to isue to
private armed vessels of ths Ualted
Stats cssmissiaa or Utters of taarqa
and geaeral rril inanck frsa a k
skail tkink prpr, aad under lh seal of
tk Uaited States, and mak all nedfu
rules and regulations fr lh government
aad conduct thereof, and for lh adjudi
cation and disposal f the prise and
salvages mads by such vessels: I'rwtded,
Thst the authority conferred by this act
shall csas and terniitste at the end of
three year from lh pssiage of this act.1
Approved, March 3, 18tJ . . .
reuue No. C(l '
An Acr to eqaaliz asd esisblish th
compensation of tb collector of the
customs on th Northern, Northeastern,
and Northwestern fru tiers, and for
other purposes.
' Se it enacted by the Senate and House of
Jiepreser.tativee of ' tlie United Htatee of Amer
ict, in C-ongrfst etfxtHsd, That U euiiec
tor of customs ef each of lh district
. r...... i,l el,. II rnAr l 1 1. 1. 1. .
of lbs expenses iuoideut to his offlc, a
list oi tn cim aaa oiuur orucr ( th
easterns esoployed ky klia, staling th
, V ,. I I .
rate ui ciiufiiitut, auowta US oa,
th duties tksy severally perform, aad
also an aocut of tk sums aaid ior sta
tiary, ful, aad ail olncr ofllce arponses,
iaotudiag oflio reui; fog all of which x
pen he shall sabatit aa sstiutato oaok
mouth ia advaace, and ahall ataio the
purputa for wkich any premises ar us
ed; aud aball also reader an accutet
account of all fee aad 0mmlsals col
lected by Liui. i . ,
See. Z. And be it furUnt enacUt, That
th district of Sackell'e Harbor b and i
hereby annexed to th dialrict efCspo
Vincent, aad the disUict annexed is
hereby abolihd aad vonslituted a part
uf the district lo whicU it is annexed i
ud that the distriot of Niagara i brby
xlended so as to iacluJe the antir.
eeunty of Niagara t th rkaanet at Ton
awand ork ; and tkst lwiua, la th '
district of Niagara, is hereby diaooalia
ued a a port of entry, and taat the port
of entry for tk district be and is hereby
etblihd at Suspensiea Bridge.
Ho. 3. And be it furl'r muytt, Thai
PlatUburg, ia tbe district of Chsmplain,
is hereby dicontiad a a port of retry,
aud that tbo port of entry ler th distriot .
k and is krby slblikd at House's
l'oiat, at wkieh plao lh oollector of th
district shall retid, aad a deputy col
leclor shsll r.atd at TUttsbarg and alt
vsals psssisg tkreugk Lake Cheipplrlu,
freai Canada, aball krsfter be required
lo report to lh collectcr of cu,tomt st
Sous' Point.
Mc. 4. And le if fitrtJuv- fwictW, Tbsl
blishiliiaackiiia.k, ia th distriot ol
bliohiliaisckiosck, is hereby dneootiu
oed a a port of entry, aed that tb port
of aatry for the district be aad i hereby
stablisUed at Ssult St. Maria, at whirl,
lace the collector of the district shall
reside, sod a deputy ctillector shall reside
at kiiehilimsckiasck.
4Uo. 6. AU be it fwt- maided, That
all acta aad parts ol ut repageaut to
the prvvisioa of Ibis set be sud lh tatu
ar hereby repealed.
Approved, iJarrb A, I 'VS.
Ia the Chlrage Court of Chant ery, it
wswk, a hill lor forucloaur ws issuad in
s can, of Kt riiaudo Wood agaiuat tb
heirs, Hiiio, and creditors of th laU
Stephen A. Douglas. The amount claim
ed is ovr fi' 1,1)1)1), ou projerly bear If.
Illinois CeuUat llailroad S oiks.
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