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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1883.
-rTThi mn. fA in s'av a.ii.i. els . , .
Ths Nasuviul Ohio aiooniniii-4 last iriiit,
for tL,"puiiH.QrW.l..g I'" b.l Kuuth.n, U
feWy.sml eradiating tli restoration of JV1m-.iI
atiihority,wlthutDy ttiu.nt,ovr alt lb. States
LUh bin attomi ted lo cki.
Mm ttis doctrine of I-lliuriv ua union, as m.-v
ftl. t;t.mrm r.f the RenilMIC.
,r on ' e,oun io uj " .. -
tut whl.b fur n.ur lima one year tli eu-l
..rvwrnlveUf treaeoa-liu l unit,- enl
un,llU-e lo til. C.dIIhI f th. Wat. of AM.klw
J,, k.o, ami f trsasiirrl up oi.lj in tli. hearts of
ti e f.l hful. W belisved that tlie rlnlit way tot-on
tl'irl . loj'il Journal, l 1 k l "d'
, t. ss this, K "Is wavering n.ld
,.,( th tru stanlard of natrlotl.m, end not to
fc!ur tlio stinkard or patriotism, after the tnann- r of
ui. other Journals, to suit li denraved to ' "f th.
m. l..,.luloipablwriltli l)ii lll. limotii ily-
Tb Union, thor-for, h bold as fi lends all who
t.,,ort,nd .1 fwi all who opow. tli. Union of tlx
liaiM. In wt.;:.word It J unwioM amii N4nn.vALirt.
J with robl mi l trallon It hi no cornvniiuUii U
n coulun.'i f,r Ui Fudaral Ciulitiiti'iu nnd
tl.! I.o-i urn lo lu pursuance tb-rc -f a Hie Sri-ami
liw of tin I.4,iu-.ytbing In the Coiillttl"B and
tiwi of any uf lli t' 'he conlrary aotwllb
.n,Hoir. li eonleii'le f-.r ll.o Union of tba StuH ". oaoe
i,ut Uihoproewvatlonofour llbcrtlee and loetl
illi.nl and the otgauliatlou of aocloty lUelf are
holly lmpoaU.I. Tbrrfore. batuvr Unda In
i,ayofcru!ililiig out the rebellion and r..it.rliig
S.. Union muni lrl,h, uo nitt-r by b-.t name it
b ralid. . ' '
Wln' Ihoiwand i.f our .-Itlicn ...l-ll.r. luydoan
Ibi-lr live, ui-u tbo alUr of tlmlr country, a a nacrl
too above all e irtbly price, and prwlou. la tbo eight
of lk-avon. U. Crbld tb.t any IkiioM.i motive of j
iwir mu-renl ehould ni.ae uiiy man wav.-r lu bin loy
ally. If lb.-re bo nny ew.h, bt lli'-m look at the
IMuod of Hbdob, Fori D-muleon, Murri-eeeboro and
rilriokbiir, and Milan at their wlokadnrai aud
.ti'ly. Uve for our oountry eboul-l now orcrhado
l.-vrry other fwlli-.. J aa-1 bf U oo pntrb4 who lovee
'hit bouwe, laii-li, or iioktoh with a tithe of the devo
ittou "blob be fl fr bl conntry. Kven prudfnl
i llllmeiMi ebould couiiiel men to be palrloV", lor wuo
can bOe o a hli own tfpaenrce from the wreck ef
i ruined and il'inieuibonid Unlou ?
We want to oe the lan'l once mom blnniid with the
Miibirlng eunihlue of an honwablf ac, baaed upon
the einplet and unoondllional iiibniienlon of the
rula tow In urmi, and not lit up with the decollful
Hlowof a peace beard upon emaerulate loyalty, and
roncttslooi to traltora the glow of a nmtoor wbkh
would ihlne only to betray, and going out would
learn tie In sdnrknme tmifold mor- gloomy than that
whlrh previUInd before.
Tbr-ie are the lontlmenU and liwe which the
Pio will eoullnue to advocate throngh whatorer
M itonn or euuthlne may await It In the future, and
we lak the eupport of all who better 11 to l Import
ant that a thoroughly and rlgonmaly loyal npler
hould be publlebed In NaehTllIo,
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JHT All eommunloailoai on bnslncaa wl(h the 0B-,
111 be aldreawd to the PUBLIBIIEUSqflht VMON,
and all oommunloaUuni to the E.lllor will be a.lilroae
d to 0. MERC KB. . -
Idltor of loyal newepapure will do ui a fjreat kind
noae by re publishing the foreirelng, or Its subetano.
Tlie current transactions In Tenucssae fur months to
come will be highly interesting to all lovers of tbelr
country and her free Institutions, and the column of
' Ui Ukion will rurnbib the earliest and moat relUMe
j history of those even t. - '
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luee. lu be on id for bv tba edverll-ir.
I ST oeerlimi leenUt, (As one eveiraclrel fmr will
it eeoryes or us ceu.
I marrlnte nnd lunrral Notice.
evUog bt hut, will lie ebergci at tlie
t usual averti4tiig rato.-!.
I Annotinrruirnl of t'audldalo).
for f-uu I'ttldra giu 00
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J " City M 3 H
5 4fMeli rrqiiired In advauce for all advertise
insula, unless by oc!iti sgrevmsut.
I W, the nndarslfned, here this day ado). ted ttie
shove ratiw, to WM. b we bind tmreelves stri. tly te
! WM. TAMKROH, for tbe I'nwa.
.tnilM WAI.I.AI K, f.tbe I)i.j,o.A.
1, Ta ., July liiti, lvi
UK). W. BlIIWMAKKIt.
hYkON H. Wtlii,
SHEWMAEEIl & ROBB
Ma. 11, BttCTB rollKTrl rtKIKT,
(siwan aiasst A-m Wii.m t,)
ST. Llfl!. MO.
ViUiblikhrd fjr the Utiirfil uf StrmiRrn.
ooaiae to s'. Ions ta (ssaoH or
liok, Wounded, or Soldiers that Bart
Did (ram Vnxd or Sickuoa.
CtORKFXT INTtLLKIKNCK I!L BK tllVKN (IF
t the eoa l'tion of any Kn k or Wonmled 8ililier In
ft. lld'IH l ilL Ut IU.K. ClM-'NS All, N A-H VIl.l.K,
Mill Ml cn V, or any o'her ll.-inlal lu the W.aieru
lieiartiu..nt. Tills is tl.e oni.v Aruiy lntllis.4i.w
l-ftoe lo the I'mtrd Huioe, ael Inloruiation retard.
ing .S,ji.rs from any arl ol the I; M can be slveu
at any t me, by calling ai.or lo the aaav
laraiimsoi mini, post llltl.' K-iX So. 141
N R r,.ui i.iaiae Te Mr. I1 IK tiiiesOS
1 vB,a raiSKoe will olitntil all ne-aiy ililormatloa
oy .ailing at our inline, No. II, bmuUi rourtn M-eri,
siay 1. if
j BLACKING, Ac.
Ijo ttccuvro anu fok si c .r
M Hmtth Market Htrfwt,
(tTwt, Oi ni a it Bfoan H. Bit J iu.hb t
. uU and )
CITY O O VI R NMtNTi
JOIIV ItUMH SMITH,
W1U.IAH HHANE, irder
JOHN CHUMBUlV, Jfrt
f)-u fr-W. H. Wllklnw. A C tucker,
nd Jamf a. flele.
Otrk, tfiU itfuri-John Cliumbley,-oOW, nrl;
Jaion French, (ecuud ; and Tbo. MoCjiy, ibird
f .1 Amruor William 'Tlnr.
(jmwi CoUrekk . B Pbanklan
Waitr Tat Collector K. fl Garrnit
7Veorr R Il-nry.
n tutrf MaMr Thomaf Iake.
SvrritmAmt tht Wertaoaee-J. Q Ddd.'
fu,Titndml ote Wain WarU-m. Steweit.
Cluf o At rVe Dtpartmnt .lohn at. -bury
frrtcm of tht CrnMtr,T. 11. McBrlde .
Hr-M Owrater J. L. wart.
rVy AUnrnrjf. V. Ualluy.
B.xf.l of Aldrrmfn M. M- Krlcn , Pn-Hldent ; .'oho
Carper, .Jim. J. KoOb, Ed Uulloy, II. . Soorei, W. a
Oo-uih.rn, M O. I. ImlKoue. .nJ J. C Km.lh.
' ion,iui i,'mnci Andrew An.ltiraon, frrol'il ; Ja
T no r, v. llliHin nob. m, II. M . Souibiai. Abraliam
Mr, Alii. WoPan!, I.. B. llougl., Cuarlo lUyer,
1 u. tkn, W A. AluUolUuiii, T. J. laibn'uth,
(in. inv r, m. Wiewari, Tun t'roady, Wm. Ilaily
and Wiu. Sanborn.
T4NOIKO Ooa.ITTk.Ka U 111! ClTT OMIBL
F.namcf Knowle , Kcorcl uid Bhen
Hauar tVm-kt Auareoo , f mltb ami Claiborne
nrrM-Bud, Turner, Myxs, Mllu, Cbrilbam,
Ta-brouKb, . ready and liuily.
N'Wy Turner, Carjier .ml MoClrllend.
HcWii-Cbeatl.am, muiiojt.do Knowie
iV;oWnHi-Myer', Mnwexl and MoClelUud
Oo iTiver.Crea'ly and Myera.
Hrtnrtrry -mllh. Sanborn aod BUwart.
tliirk'l nu Teibiough, Roberta aed Carper.
Sim Mudov, Mc:anli'l and Stewart. -
put Ihratham, Ilrl.-o and fcyn.
Si-? Crra'ly, C'.ailHirne anil Myera.
It'oritfeMM Ni) ore, Kobb end M' I'anlf I.
riapromiwuli eivf rwd(mr JioVlPlland, Br lee
Mu rroyrlr Kobb. Slewert and Drtror.
P-.l lions' O'irp'r, Soulhpit and Halley.
rf-TIi Hoard ol Aldermen meet the Tuesday
oavt prordlng the eeoond ar.d fourth Tbtiradeyn In
ner.h mnth, r.nd the Common Council the eeoond
and lourth Ihuradayi In eaeli in' otb.
(V.plulo John Bau;h.
fir ml LieuUmaui An'lrew loyoe.
Fwmuf I,iuimni John H fMrle.
Minrne-Wn. Jacke. Jubn (krendnr. Nl.b I
l.Jool Phil'liw, Wm. Baker, John Cotlrcll, William
V,aTO, John Englee, J. W. VTrmht, John Puckott,
Hohert Xoolt.W.C. rranols, l)id Yatea, Cba. Ha
lltt aud W. Iianby.
- Th Police Omrt In oped ererf morolnf at
gkmif Jam M. Hint.. Pi-rfie Tboma Hob
sou and J. K. llurbanso
TVeeleeW. jMpor Taylor
Oroeer N H. Ileteher. . . ' ,
fl.,s-r John Ct rbilt
tmm (Vlwwir W P. Ri.l.erfion
IMlroat Tax OtltfriarJ. U Br ley.
fWmM f.-r tht Kmhvillt Pu-W-,l"bn fl llower
and J. K. Newmun.
Judf Hon. Jamie Whitwwth.
6'lrJ P. Lludsley Nu-.hol.
aiar-Tha Judge's Court moeta th list Moadas In
each month, aod th Quarterly Court, oompoe.d of
the Magistrate of the Cnnnty, I heifl th nn Mon
day in January, April, Jnly and tictnher.
tllmrk llavld C. Lor.
r-Tbs Court meet tho Bret Monday la March
CRIMINAL COURT. .
Mf lion M M. Brleo.
Ctsr Charles K. liiggun.
4vTrie Court meet the Bret Mouday la April An
rust and lieo-aM r
Cllor H"B. Samuel D. Frlereoa
(JterA ead Afoeler J. K. Qleavee.
T" The Court meets th Bret Monday la May aud
Dyirtmtnt Headquarters on High street. MaJ.
Uen. Ko-raua, ooiumanillng.
Chi- Qumrtmrmtuttr Headquarters on JTIgh atreet,
near 0. lar. Lieut. I .d Jno. W. Taylor.
tie Commiw'ir HeadqiiArtera oa Hummeralrvat,
nerir Broad. Lieut. Col. 8 summons.
Prow Marshal Oraeral Uouduartr oa Uigh
atreet Capt Vi. M. Wile. .
laaiatuni .Itsdicel Iww urireia A. IleuryThur.
ton, U, Vvl.,M tbeiry atreet.
Pott Hnaduuartera on College atreet, between L'n
Ion aud Church streets, (Dr. Waters' rea.deac ) Uvn
B. II llitehell. ooninnuiuliia.
Aminlaitl Qartermutr Idabnralng and Inspecting
Olllccr, on Cheny atroot, between Church and Broad.
iJe4 J. u. i iiauuier.
iiwliul Oaartr-wale--In charge of Tran.porta
tloo, on Cherry sin-et, betwoen Union aud Church,
Caul. J. II. Illauliatn.
A MiU.el gwlinuiur- In charge of Cloth ing, lamp
end (;n l-.B t Ulp:!ge, HO 1? Mars.t alrul. I.a.
Tk.. J. Col.
AuulKHt QMartfrmuMtr la charge of Meaua of
Transuorutlon auJ tluaiierniastors' Marva, on vnurry
street, urar i'iieatr. Lieut. Cbaa. H. lrviu.
Auutant tartnieer In charge uf Fuel, lorage
and btntlonery, No. 7 alalkut street. Uipt. Wm.
Aitttnt tawirterewWer For tho Amlgumeut of
Quarter an I rteoeiTiae- a ad leaDlug ttoeptui r tores,
lai-t. 0. Mcsteau l.-ipurt
, I, O. o.
Joas f. Hit, Urand ikwretary, aliould be .
at A'aAsi'ls, 7Vni.
TeeuMH Lfivt, No. I M'U everv Tu ay Ivm-
lug. at tiielr llall.ua in. eorner ol uaioa anu nuin
mer s! reels. The olnoer nr the pieaeut term, aia:
(i. M. Uaoeur, N U.-, J. si. Milm, V. .; J. U tteaklay,
Secretnry ; L. K. Wm, Treasurer. ,
:vt-e I-Svs, A 10 Mesa at tb tame place
evert Monilay Hvrmng. The uillcera are : K. A.
Campbell, N.O.; tieory Apple, V,0.;J. L. Park,
Skwretary : H r. Hr-iwu, Tntsurer
HmtUm Uttot. So. Vo Meets ai their Hall, oa ftonth
Cherry Ire.i, vry Friday rrealng Th ottlcera
ar : O. C Cot. rt, N 0 : Prank Herman, Y.U.j Jmu
Wvalt. Herrelarr : W. M. MallorT. Trvaaular
Aarera ,,.(..(, Si. luA, (ij , iiam l-eie at th
Hall, corner uf I in .n and riuaiin -r streeu. everr
rhars.lay Kvrulrg. Tav omoei are t Uiarloe Kirh,
!.;! rriMnia , T.O.; Bllieriion, rorewy
Gen Kellertn. Tr.vaurer.
ul(We KHcam.t, H. I Meet at th ahov Hal
an the Drat aud lh'rI Weilneeuava of each month.
Theomcere are: J. a. Mills, CP.-, T. U. MeHrHt. II P.;
m. r. ruuor, x w.i I'suu- Harris, Jr..J.w. joua
Bhle. Murine : B. K. Cutter. Trutsurer.
()(. HruoA trHoam,mmU, ,V. 4 Meal at th
above Had uu the aeo.ni aad foarta Wedueeday
sliihu of each month. The om.wr are; Jas T B -It.
C P.; Ileoiy Aople, U P-; 1.. Moker, 8.W.; B. Fried
man, J . tiii.a Kirober, Cirib: I. N. ward
T. rrr of IWytfaay sVaeaaa Meeta tb tr
.nimj aiiersuoaol w "-nlh, at a'eleaia.
NAMES OF CIIAPLAIN3
Pctaintd fur ILapiUtl Pittg in Mi city.
L. Ratmokd, Slat Illinoig, UoaiiiUli
.ici. i anu in.
J. Smith, 10th Ohio, IloipitaU Nog. 2
J. IVi chib, SSlhOhio, Hospital No. 4,
R. F. Dki.o, 30th Indiana, Iloamtala
Nos. 12 aud 23.
J. Du.ujx, lSih Ohio, llonpltaU Noa. 7
O. Kknmidt, 1011 Ohio,lJopital Noi.
J MATTHKwa, 19th Kotiloxky, ILw
pital No, V ami QUker.
J. Coortu, 3d Kfntuckr, Ilogpilalg
ism, it aou i.
NOH. AND LOCATION
HOSPITALS IN NASHVILLE.
No. 1 Oun Faotory, OlWo tret on th fllll.
Surguon, J. F. Vi tu.
" 2 I'ulveis'lty BulUUng, Market stroot, on th
lliU. Surgeon, A. W. KiLLT.
t Cntley'a Bulldln;, " corror Tubll Square.
burgeon, Alkx. Ewwa.
4 Howard High School, Ccll.re ttreet, on th
Bill. Asst. tturgoon, F. 3. TuWX
11 A Gun Factory, upper ond Fiont struct. Asst.
Surgeou, F. B. Blascs
" s Collrre street, near Broa 1. Surgeon, Casa.
T Collrfte street, between Church and Broad.
Act. asst. Burgeon, 0. W. Faa.vcB.
g Manlo Jlall,Cbnrch teet, near Bummer.
AsH. urgoon, I) Bicns.
- Currlaife Factory, Msrk.-t Itroet, below tb
Hiuare. Aot. AH't Surgoon, J.ll. Stun,
10 Medical College, College street, on lb 11 UI.
Ait. Asst. burg-uu, W. K. Bowumo.
11 "TtsT Hoca" On (lie University Plk.
Act. Aval, aurg.on, I.. I. Houli.
' 14 Broadway Tlotal, Broad atnvt, corner Charry.
furgMn, Jrkd. rlsKAtoi a.
13 Hume High School. Spi uce street, our. Broad.
Murgoon, . HuiKicx.
14 Ferns'. School, Cliunh street, tear Cliatta-
nooga IK-pot. 8 nreon, Fbid. Hxthuki
Id Ilynes' High Hr.hool, l.lurstre I corner rinm-
uier. Surgeon, V. M. I asusian.
10 Gordon Block, corner Broad st-o-t and Klver
Landing. utg'Mn, KiviB Wiiua.
- 17 Orrimas' IIoariTAt. -I'lsnler Hotel, Him-
m r street, oonier Deaderlck. Surgeon,
3. D. WATKavs..
h ig Corner Church and t ollege street. Surgeon,
F. T. HcaxTHii .
M 19 Morris A Stratum's Building, Mo. 14 Markst
street t-urge a, L. H. Aona.
' W Baptlal Chuich, bummer street. Furgeon, .
" 21 Methodist Church, Church streot furgeon,
a 22 ITardrastle's, Fotitli Market street. Bnrgeun,
' 1 Corner Vine aud Bread (treat. Surgeon, O.
m li Coi nor Market and Clark stru ts. Surgeon,
b. C. Ri('.
To our fabecrlber.
In eoneequeno of th Inoraaa In the iri of aH-r
and every other materiJ used In a Printing-Offlce,
we hav boon compelled to ralee th price of onr paper
to IS c(. per week, or Jl per month to weekly or
monthly ntiscritr, ai.d $10 a yer to yearly sub
scribe ra, which must In all ense be paid in advance.
Notice to NwiDealri
News IV lor wanMi g mor than ene hundred
copies, rnu.t iiend In their order by o'clock, the
evening previous, to hv ttiem Slled promptly.
For sal at this e)ITloe, such aa UtmlMj Company
Rrferiw, flolhlmt B'turut, Oriliwnes Bernnis, JVoeislon
BeMret, JSjwuil Btjuit tvmt, ife. , ii.
Porr CasruL (Second Preebyterbut Church, College
street, between the Situar and the Louisville Depot)
Sabbath School and 8., Idlers' Bibla Class at t ('clock
vory Sabbath mornii g. Preaching at 10) o'cloi-Jf,
A.M., and at T P.M. Prayer Meetiug every Wert
nesday algbt at 1 o'clock.
J. '3ST. MIZE
1VO. 30 liWIO.X ST11KET,
HAS JUHT OrKNKD AJI EXTEN'SIVI
Fancy and Family Grocery,
WHERE WILT. UK FOCNn CONSTANTLY ON
hand the beat of everv article In that line. Th
attention of the publio la solicited to tb stock, which
eanoot be snriaHti in in city.
Freeh supplies received weekly.
Beaaember to call at
No. 30 Union Street
Feb. 18 tf.
PIIILO M. 0LaEK,
Band's Chicago Cream Ale,
IH BULS. AND HOTTlja.
12J Fourth street, I colsrlll. Ky. Soud on your or.
P. M. CLARK.
U. 8. Oi ukrai. llonniAL, No. 12 and 11,
Hours of Adicissiou to Visitors
From 2 I 6 P. JIT., zcpt on Sunday, when
no mimutum it granud.
VISIT' R- WR' X D'-SHt it'SOF XNTFBIKQ TI1K
HoepiuJ will enquire In th tiflioe la Broadway
Hot' , l"T r'-. ' 11, ! C'.St-e fir tlosp:ui
14, of tu CUicer of tlie Iay. v. he will give leave
of enirauoo. and any Inforiiiatloa n-oessary. Mo
eroewKNis or eilib es-evUl be alluweo: to b. earriml luto
the uospitai wuuoui a imiwiuu iiuui iuv wiiw oi
th Hay ar ti4 Mirgeon to cnarg
j" ir.. F nr.. a.' " ,
8urge.mll at. V., i u charge tieuural lloei'llal No. It
.J li Keh.it Sin.
a. s. suaxsrr. raaa. a. aacaAaa.
BURNEr & REICHaHID,
PHODLCK AMD C'Un.TIIBAIIO.I
Foroigu ' and Domestio Liquors,
Tobacco, Citfara, Sco teo.
No. 10, BOUTII 1IAIUIET BT.
HENRY, MARKS & CO.,
- No. If JToarl St., Claclnnall.
IMPOUTCUa AND WHOLEbaIJE DXAIJCB
GOODS FOR MEN' S WEAR
Clotlis, iXiaiAi'n, Cassiineret, VtiHngt, Snii
net, JwHlt, Jeatit, LoaUngi, Limngi,
Silesia, Canrasi J'uUUng$t
Oontlemen's FtiriilBliing Goods
BlurU, Undershirt, Zhmimi, Cotlart, llaikl
lstnhitft, Uhnmt, lie, Sue, qe.
fomprtilng togetliw eompleU variety of floods
euabiou so vum wants u.
Merchant Tailors and Clothiers.
Ha roLl 4m
ACTON YODNO, Proprietor
(ifjaklT o ueaviU.c taaa )
aTlstta, brt. Mala and Market t.
rulliilied ly an Association of Printer.
Office on l'rlnterv Alley between
t'nlon and Deaderlck Street.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, APHIL 1, 'C3
Daring; Exploit ol three Lieu fen ante
ansl ten Irlrate of the Uth Ken
The following yery brief letter recordi
darioc feat performed by thirteen pris
oners of the Sixth Kentucky Cavalry,
hich it of the genuine Daniel Books
Franklin, Ten., March 27 ih 18C3.
EliUr NathviU Union :
Deab Sib : Lieuta. William.-, Meade,
nd CiiEATiiAM, of the 6lh Krntiicky
avalry taken prisoners in the late tlft'l,t
on Little llarpclh, six miles wt-st of
IirentvV'ood, beltreen General O. Clat
Smith and the rebel forces uader
Wheelkb, FobbksT, and VVuabton, re-
urned to camp yesterday Tviih ten others
r their regiment ; having killed six of
their caplorp, and bringing; seven Bullet
uts into camp, two of them being
wounded, amid the shouts of the gallant
ix tli. lieariectfully yours,
O. C. T.
For tho Kashvllle Pally I'nloii.
An F.aet Tenneaaean'a Letter.
iMiers of BradUjf and ottitr Cvuntiot of F.txtt Tmnwt!
y i'riendf in Ptact and t'otnradu in IVar:
By your fires I have warmed, and at
your tables I have feasted. You are true
patrio'.s and brave men. You lovo your
country r;nre than all else beside. You
have been tried and proved yourselves
worthy soldiers. You have been in
suited and denounced as traitors by per
jured rebels, because you love (lie glorious
old Union of our fathers ; because you
dared to praise the sacred old stars and
stripes which hare floated victoriously
over a hundred coarr battlefields the
pride of the nation and wonder of the
world. For this alone you have been
driven from your homes, your wives,
your ehildren, your fathers, your mot hers,
your brothers, and your sisters. They
have been insulted a thousand times by
the vile miscresnts of hell. The blood
thirsty outlaws, acting under .the as
sumed authority of one Jefferson Davis,
continue to oppress, murder, and hang
our loyal friends in East Tennessee.
How long is this unholy oppression to
last? LIve net the cries of a down
trodden people reached np to heaven,
soon to bo answered by the swift de
slruction of their oppressors ? Our faces
are homeward turned, and we are home
ward bound. The green and lovely spot
of our more youthful days, lies just be
yond, and must be reached. Loved ones
are waiting to embrace us as their de
liverers from the thraldom of monarchical
power. They are bound, and we must
unbind them. Their fetters must be
broken and their persecutors destroyed
But before this is accomplished, hard
battles must be fought, and great vic
tories won. Heroes must fight and he
roes fall, yielding up life nobly in de
fence of a great and good Government,
The President must be supported, and
his proclamation euforced. ''The Union
shall be preserved." Let all Other human
institutions perish, but this free I'.epub
licsn Qovernment must siand. The
great rnarinient of man's capability of
self-government is being tested, and must
prove successful. If we fail, all is lost.
Heaven forbid it. . Conservative " Cy
pciheadi" of the North must be taught
lessons of prudence and moderation
They must learn that this is no timo to
talk of peace. They must understand
that we will accept of no compromise
that leaves us out of the Union. We are
for the Union right or wrong. We in
tend to fight for it, and desire to see
every, men employed for its preservation
If the institution of slavery ia in the
way, in putties; down this wicked rebel
lion, it must be put out of the way. I
the Government cannot stand with
slavery, it must stsnd without it.
And the msn who would give up his
country in preference to his slaves, is the
vilest of traitors and deserves not the
name of an American freeman. This is
no time to talk about the rights of the
South. If the people are loyal they will
be protected. If they are not loyal they
are not entitled to protection. We are
dealing with traitors. Men who hare
perjured tbemsolves and proved recreant
to every principle of honor. They have
forfeited all right to hold property of any
kind. They have forfeited life itself.
Treason, by the laws of all nations, is
death, and they deserve to die. They
hsve committed treason, rapine and mur
der, and should suffer the penalty of Ih
law they have violated. Kast Tennesss
ans, soldiers, brothers, let rue ak you,
the noble sons of illustrious sires, shall
we ever be the slaves of Jeff. Davis an
bis wicked cohorts T riever, no otver
We shall nsvtr be conquered, but forwar
march. Yours truly,
Sam. W. Lkb,
Private Co. E, 8d Keg. Ky. Vols.
Expedition of Colonels Iligginson
and Mentgoniery to Florida.
Itceaptitre of Jackaon vIlle-IiraTerr
of the Negro Troop.
The Boston Journal publishes an ac
count up to the 12th instant, of tho
movements of the negro expedition to
Florids, under Colonel IIioatssN, from
which we have had brief reports by tele
graph. The expedition, consisting- of
wo regiments, resclied Jacksonville, FIs.
a transports on the 10th.
INCIDENTS OF THE ABBIVAL.
We came up to the wharves without
ny opposition what-ver; and, as the
oats were coujineio, the ladies of the
town came leisurely down and viewed
at their leisure, and then turned and
alked itriy. The colored troops were
tumediatfly landed and posted at the
coiners of the streets, and it was very
iiiiimnb to Vt linens the esgernrss of the
srMoaas they took their station before
houses. A half dozen would stand at
barge bayonets, all ' arerlr watchinir as
f they expected a rebel would ahow his
esd, a.id they were ready to charge upon
i. Une old lady seemed very submis-
ive, but considerably perturbed. She
sked permission of Colonel Montgome-
f to go across the road to her neighbor.
The Colonel of course gave consent at
once, and very pelitely escorted her over.
As she was leaving the house she called
to "Maria" to take care of the house,
which she immediately did by locking
the door and concealing herself, so that
when her mistress returned she could
sin no entrance to her own house, the
frightened servant hiving taken herself
way out of bearing. Alter some lime
he succeeded in prevailing upon Maria
to open the door.
TUE "FAIR LADIKs" INDIGNANT.
The fair ladies are exceeding indig
nant that negro troops are brought here.
I met thrco young ladies, who were in a
state of great perturbation, expressing,
he greatest fear that tlie negroes would
be allowed to disturb them, or murder,
or destroy them, or their propertr. I as
sured them they would not be allowed to
harm them; that the disciplino of the
soldiers was excellent, and they ahould
receive no harm whatever. They ex
pressed themselves very much relieved,
but they expressed the greatest hate and
contempt for the poor nigger. "If white
troops had come, they would hsve bo fear
at all, nut these horrid negroes, they would
surely kill them all tbey could not b
SCTEBIOUITY OF TBI SECtBOES AS SENTINELS,
The most perfect discipline can be
maintained in the colored regiments ; and
for drill they are quite aa apt as any
white troops 1 hsve seen, and for fight
ing material they have already proved
themselves courageous beyond the most
ssnguine expectation, the great difficulty
being to rcstrsin them when they once
begin an attack. For sentinels they are
superior to any troops we have, for they
will not suller themselves to be tampered
with in the least. Here is an instance.
Two nights since, the sen'ry on this boat,
(the Burnside) a recruit who had
been two weeks in toe service, and never
before a'ood guard halted a boat,
giving the usual challenge, " Halt
that boat!' which the boat did
not beed. Ho repeated "Halt that boatl"
The boat dm not heed the challenge,
The sentinel brought bis piece to shoul
der and cocked it, and gare the third
challenge in a loue not to be misunder
stood "Halt that boat!" and it did halt,
and very fortunate was it for the boat
that the sentinel a piece was not loaded
The boat answered the challenge "Who
comes there ?" with "Friend," and the
aentinel called his corporal, and the
matter was inquired into and found to be
correct,-and the bearer of dispatches
was allowed to come on board. Colonel
Montgomery reseat ked at breakfast the
next morning that it was one of the finest
challenges he ever beard.
The town is picketed, anu guards
plsced for all necessary protection. The
negroes report a small force of rebels
stationed eight miks from here. The
Colonel proclaims to every colored man
he meets that they are tree, and it is
pleasant to witness the efleet upon them
SEIBMISIIES WITH TUB ENEMT.
Tuubsday, March 12 Yesterday we
had sharp skirmishing. The rebels en
deavored lo dislodge us from the town,
but they went away with much greater
respect for urgro soldiers tbsn they ever
couceived , ol having, lhe enemy at
tacked our picket on Tuesday night and
were rrpulsed, with how large a force it
is impossible lo sav.
At about 8 o'clock Wednesday morning
a force of two hundred cavalry made aa
attack on Companies A and B uf the sec
ond regiment, stationed west of the town
near the railroad. They eame round
npon the left Back of Company A to the
front, is a balf circle, poured a ttniQ
volley in upon our men, completed the
circle, and gave us another fire, while
Company A got in only one volley in re
tura, wbicb did, however, fearful exeeu
lion. Their surgeon wss shot through
the forehead and fell dead. Captain Holt,
Company A, and Captain Apthrop, Com
pany It, retired a short distance and
formed lu Une, aod awaited tbe reappear
ance of the enemy.
In a short time a force of two hundred
infantry appeared in front. Captain Holt
mistaking luem for our own men with
held his fire (which if given at the proper
time would have been perfectly murder
ous), until they filed toward the woods
1 be rebels at the same lime poured
deadly fire into our men, which threw
them itifo a alight panic. But thv
returned the fir with effect, as severs
were seen to fall. Que man from Company
A was killed aod two wounded, ous se
vrly aod on slightly. As the enemy
tied toward the woods, Colonel Moul
gomery, who was in fiout, wss btought
in direct range or tbe ore, ana fell upon
Lis face until lbs shot passed over, lie
remarked that "it was the hottest fire he
ever wss nder." Yon can well judge
what must have been theclTcct upon raw
recruits who have been in service scarcely
two werks and had no discipline what
ever. When a warrior of Colonel Mont
gomery's experience ssys it is warm
work, we msy pretty, ssfely conclude
that it is so. The conduct of the soldiers
We can account for three killed and ten
or fifteen wounded among the rebels, and
probably their loss is greater, ss they
carried away their dead and wounded.
We bare l .st one man killed and two
We have tenor fifteen prisoners, smong
whom is Lieutenant Driscoll, formerly of
the Uuited States Army, a son-in-law of
LAWS OT TI1E UNITED STATES,
Passed at Um Ihird SsssitM of Via Ihiriy
f Pulliu No. C7.
Am Ac r to facilitate the collection of the
revenue in El Paso county, Texas, aud
ia the Territory of New Mexico.
lis it enacted hy th Senate and Hons of
Il'prmntativss of pis United States of Amtri'
ca in Ovngress assentbUt, That the tenth
section oT an act entitled "An aot making
appropriations for the legislative, execu
tive, and judicial expenses of the Gov
ernment for the year ending thirtieth of
June, eighteen hundred and fifty. eight.
approved March third, eighteen hundred
and fifty-seven, be and the asms is here
by repealed; and tbe act entitled "An act
creating a collection district in Texas
and New Mexico," approved August
second, eighteeu hundred and fifty-four,
is hereby revived and re-enacted: Pro'
vided, That the collector shall reside at
LI Paso, Texas, instead of Frontera.
Sec. 2. And I it further enacted. That
the jurisdiction of the district court of
Nsw Mexico shall extend over the citi
zens of El Paso county, Texas, only in
cases not instituted by indictment, and
the trial and proceedinga for violations
of the revenue lawa in said district court
of New Mexico shall be the same as in
other district courts of the Uuited States
invested with admiralty powers; and this
act shall lake etlsct from and after its
Approved, ilarch a,
Pdblic No. G5.1
An Act to further regulate proceedings
in prize cases, and to amend the vari
ous acts of Congress in relation there
to. Be it enwied by th Senate and Jhuse of
Representative of l)ts Unitl State of Amn-'
ica in Congres assemMed, That, whenever
any prize property sball be condemned
in any district or circuit court, or sbsll
at any stage of the proceedings be found
by the court to be perishing, perishable,
or liable to deteriorate or depreciate, or
whenever tbe coats of keeping the same
shall be disproportionate toils value, or
whenever all the parties in interest who
have appeared in tbe case shall agree
thereto, it shall be the duty of tbe court
to order a sale thereof, and n appeal
shall operate to prevent the niakiog or
execution of such order. And upon any
ssle it shall be the duty of the marshal
forthwith to deposit the gross proceed of
the sale with ttre Assistant Treasurer of
tha Uuited Statea nearest to the place
of sale, aud subject to the order of the
court ia the particular case; and the
court may at any time order the payment
from such deposit of the expenses and
disbursements necessarily incurred in the
custody, preservation, and sale of ssid
properly, audited aud allowed by tho
court in the manner provided by law.
Aod when a decree of condemnatioa sball
be made in any cause, tbe court may, in
like manner, order tba pament from
aaid depoait of the costs, furs, aud charg
es decreed in the cause: Aud on a final
decree of distribution, after the payment
of aur.b ooata, fees, and expenses, the resi
due of the depoait aball, by order of the
court, be paid into the treasury of the
United Slates for distribution according
to the decree. Aod the elerk of the court
ball forthwith transmit to the Secretary
of tbe Treasury and the Secretary of the
Navy cerlilied copiea of aaid final decree
ot distribution, sud incase the final de
cree ahall be for reatitutiou without coats,
the costs, fees, and disbursement allow
ed Ky the court and unpaid shall be a
charge upon the fund for defraying the
expenses of suits in which tbe United
Ststes is a party or interested. And the
Treasury Drpstmcnt shall credit tha Na
vy Department with the amount held
fur distribution ; and the aeveral ofllcers,
marines, sailors, and other person iu the
naval service entitled to share in the
prise money, ahall be credited in their
accouuts with the Navy Department
with the amount to which they are res
Sec. 2. And b it furfur enartal, That
the Secretary of the Navy aod tbe .Secre
tary of War shall be, and they or either
of them are hereby authorised to take auy
captured vessel, any arms or munitions
ef war, or other material, for the use of
the Government; and when tbe same
aball have beeo taken, before being aent
in for adjudiclion, or aftei ward, th de
partment for wboae use it wss taken
ahall deposit the valne of the ssme in
the treasury of ibe United Ststes, subject
to the order of the ceort in which prize
proceedinga ahall be lakrn intbecae;
aad when there is a final decree of distri
bution in the prise court, or. if no pro
ceedings in prise shall be taken, ths
money shall be credited to the Navy
Department to be distributed according
Sec 3. And it U further envied, That
the Secretary of the Navy shall employ
aa euctioner orauctionreis of established
reputaiion in that branch of merchandise,
to make sales of all prise goods, under
tha direction of the marshal of the dis
trict lo whloh the property shall be or
dered to be aold, at a rate of compnss
tioo not te 5Xod in soy osse oue sud
one-fourth per crntoui upon the gross
amount of the sales ; and such sales ahall
be advertised in the fullest and moil
conspicuous manner, and to the satisfac
tion of the Secretary of the Navy; and
any fraud, collodion, or combination, or
any set or fraudulent device or contri
Vuuco in the sale aod disposition of any
prize property, by which tbe canon cr
the Governuieut are or may be defraud
ed, shall be, and is hereby, declared to be
a felony ; and any publio ollleor or agent,
or any other person engaged therein,
upon c mvictiou thereof by or before any
court of com jieleut jurisdiction, shsll be
liable to a tine nut eiceediug twenty
thousand dollars, aod to imprisonment
nut exceeding leu years, or both, in the
discretion ot the court.
Sec. 4. And U tt funlur enacted, That
the thud section of I ho act of twenty
first, March, eighteen hundred and sixty
two, eutitled "An act to facilitate evi
dence and proceedings in aud adjudica
tions upen captured property of prize,"
be and the ssme is hereby amended, so
that the compensation of counsel lothe
captor to be adjusted and determined
by the court, and paid and allowed as
coats, ahall be conOued to compensation
lor such services as msy be rendered
litceasary by reason of the captors hav
ing iulereats contacting with those of the
United Stales, and proper iu the opiuion
of the court to be represented by sepa
rate counsel from those representing the
United Ststes. And so much of the
twelfth section of tbo ait of Jul r seven
teen, eighteen hundred and sixty-two,
entitled " An act for the belter govern
ment of the navy of the United Stales,"
ss authorizes the Socretary of the Nsvy
to employ an agent or counsel for the csp
lora and to fix bis compensation, is here
See. 5. inif be it fuilhrr enacted. That
the commissioners in prize shall not ex
ceed two in any district of the courts of
the United States, to be appointed by the
district court of each district, one of
whom ahall be a retired naval officer, to
be appointed by the court and approved
oy wie secretary or the Navy; and the
annual salaries In each district of both
commissioners shall not exceed six thou
sand dollars; and all counsel fees in prise
cases in the Supreme Court of the United
States, which have been or may be incur
red or authorized by anv- departmentof
the Government, ahall be audited and
allowed by the Attorney General and
Solicitorof the Treasury, and aball be a
charge upon and paid out of the fund ap
propriated fordefraving the expenses or
suits in which the United Stales are par
ties or interested.
Sec. 6. And be it further ennrted, That
when the court ahall allow witnesses' fees
to any witness in a prise cause, and the
court has no money subject to its order
in the cause, the ssme shall be paid by
the marshal as in the case of witoeesos
incsuses in which the United States is a
party, and shall be rrpsid from any
money deposited to the order of the court
in said cause.
Sec. 7. Awl be it fiulJter etiacM, Thst
appeals from the district courts of the
United States in prize causes shall be
directly to the Supreme Court, and shall
be made wit hi u thirty days of the ren
dering of the decree appealed from, un
less the court shall previously have ex
tended the time for cause shown in the
particular case; and the Supreme Court
ahall always be open for the entry of
such spprals. Such appeals msy be
claimed whenever the amount in contro
versy exceeds two thousand dollars, and
in other cases on the et-rtifirste of the
district judge thst tbe adjudication in
volves a question of difficulty and gene
Sec. 8. And be it furlJier enacted, That
all provisions of law which ar inconsis
tent with those of this set shall be and
are hereby repealed.
Approved, March 3, 18 C 3.
A flood I'ropoalllou.
A regiment of Missouri aoldiers in
camp at Warrenton, in that State, on the
18th inst., adoplod i-esolmi mi aironglr
denouncing the " peace" movement of
northern politicians, and submitting, as
their only terms of compromise, th fol
lowing: Jiesolved, ilnslty, Thst the only com
promise which we might, under esiating
circumstance, consent to make wi'h Mr.
Davis and his supporters in the South, is
the adoption of a cartrl that a "copper
head" be exchanged for a Union con
script, until the Union men in the South
shall have been released from conscrip
tion, and the "copperheads" obtain their
appropriate position with their brethren
in the Southern Confederacy.
A very fair proposition; why uot
carry it out 't
The Richmond (not Cincinnati) L'n
tjitirer bints st the loss of confidence iu
Jeff. Davis and ths success of the rebels
whsn it declares :
"Absolutely, we do not believe thst ths
President ws hsve elected, snd the man
who has thus far led t he nation with dig
tiity, asfety and glorf in it new and
perilous pstb, is a muliinant knavenr ace
pricious tyrant. We do not believe it.
l't-rhsps he does not satisfy rvertbody ;
perhaps he does not gratify every officer
and polinciao with a place equal to each
man's estiuiste of his own merit a ; but
there is ao ressoo to cry mf all is lost."
It Is evident that there are a good
many folks in Richmond and rebeldutu
who do not agree with the Enquirer.
- . ...
"A Wiioi.b Naoa " A t a recent negro
celebration, an Irnhman stood listening
to Tradem k Douglas, hn wss expatia
ting upon Government and Freedom, aad
as the orator came to a period fiom tba
highest political height III, Irishman
u Bedad, he spaks wi II fr a oagsr."
" Don't yon know," said oo, " thst Le
isn't a negro ? h is only a half negro.''
"Only a half nacar, it heir Wll. if a
half liagar cau talk in that avl, I'm
thinking a whole nagar might beat the
prophet Jcrenuati !"