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W. J.-JIntAmi Ooyaad HimHW
to oar subscriber (y sarriirs) l tt Ir
month. " '
Mall subscriber. MK P uua I W.W
for ill months, and t.W for thr. mouths, la
variably la-advene. - - ',
Bingl. copies,1 I csaUy -,
proposals;, ,
Onir3ATiirt'0fMVii
sealed propoiUi ars lavlt-4 sy tt uaSeralfoM
ftlf UPPITIOr flHt UR1IN .,! aauafiavaM.,.-.
beplrWai, st WsahlBaieni O. C aWUartra, Mi.
Altsatilris, aad rort atonies. Ye,, .r.ttfc.t (
I hi ft ttl.aL arltli Hav. Con. Oats, ui Straw.
lids wlLIM reealvedlor the delivery ' s,se
tmahela of sera nnUuilM hrV ef ear u straw.
anaiipwBiw . .'". .
Bidders tenet state stwhlsi (UaTri
relets th.y rropoit to aaahe dslivattee, ae us
rates stwMeh they will make stl verts. .
tt.ouantitTofeaeherilal, vre"Madt,keiUT
ered7 ths urn when eatd JUtiimBa . sea.
tsan.ed, aad whan UtweoasiBle., 1 ...,
"com to be rra. up U seed s)a iui .asKs, )-;
two bushels easa. " .'MLS'SJ
hu. h.Hi.iii.ii T aaaka te mm fhralahed
without eitra that te tt; VJ!J?Hf'.i(!
hay and atraw to M auralT ale. "' 'iJL
or sesenimse e St
hiy.of straw, propose! M HeWvetrsisiii mm
Tne psrusuiar uu
tii1,wiu bt tuhjMttsarUrll Uif-rtl.aTt
6or.nimntl&ipMtorkrorfeturftMpMc. -
Uontmte will be awarded from Usee to Ha;
lb. lownt iwpoolll.VUdr,u. Use UtVMt el
tht ooveranaat r rinro.M prt tpi t
bT tw 0ttTrd too Mwptx.
TblMildotwUl b.lJlrl.o J0tT W
rropoiU wllh. cuuuitT, Hil by two rmout
bUporioDi, tbf lo wtW M4 U Hptl M or
tber will, within tiln tbuoiitor, oiMnto Ut
oonltet tor tb urn. nu ro u taailat
tr.ot, to delrrn tbo fonn propOMd U ooofomltr
wltntbotcrmtoltbloMraiilMmtmli u U u
th itld bidder ibiU Itu to oiur lit u. ootrMt,
th a msk. nfwl ftha dirfaraaobtoa thooOir
ol ld blddar nd U lt lowoit nooadblo kl.
dtr, or uh partoM w pmowo,wowMj-fii1?T
Tb rwponilbUltT of tko nolm nil bo
bown br tbo oBrUl Mrtllnto of DUM4 UUa
Dlitrtet Atwrtir. CbUMtw, of Oton, or ur
otber offlaor ondor tbo Dolto4 iuloi Cnnuil,
or re.ponlbU pvrtoa knows to Ul oSoo. a
All bldderi wui bo dolrnotllM of tko MofpUnao
.Ij,I, oMhl. minMifcal -.1
Tbo full nno ud. 6. oddroil of 00X klddw
moitbelnrlUrwmUalaUopnpoul.
rropoeaTl null be oddrauol to artlldler Oje.rjl
D. H. Barter, cnlef Dert QnuUrauHt,' "
tattoo, D. a, 111 ekonld bo pUloly nurkM M Tn
poiele for ror&i, ... . ....
Oonde, In o eun eqnil to tbo uionit of tko eoo.
U.t7iTrBd br too oontrutor ut Utk of kle
Suerentorl, will bo required of tko neeeeefel bit
er or bidden ttpon elinlog tbo oontree
mnkloroaofblde.nerutoee)u4boae, rr
be obtained upon appUeatton at tola oBee-
ruMI UI rkurvwu.
(Town, Oouatf , aad lute)
f ak. .hIubIVm I. hawatM. amMia la, fn.af.a
anddeUeerto tba Daltod Itatea, at tko Quarter
maaUr'a Pepartmont at , ajrreeably to
tbe terma of your adTortlBemieat,lnTlttn( propo
aala for foraie, dated Waablniton Depot, Do-
uh.. a iiut hai fnllAarin arll.ua. lal "
buebele of Corn, la eaaki, at per kuakel
tnibeleoIOeta, la aaeka, ai pee buaka.
nfMnMinitt.
tone ol baled Bar, at per tea of ,
nnniriL
tone ol baled ttraw, at pet ton of ,aee
oounde.
Dellrerr to eommeneo on or before tke
d,. 0 , 190 , and to bo eoaipleted oa or
tore tbe datof ,IM .andplodioia'eelf
to eater Into a written eoatrael wltk tko Dalted
ktetea, wltb (rood aad approiod aeeurlUee. wltbU
tbe apaee of tea daye after belnf aetlied tkat my
bid baa been acorpted.
Your obedient eerraat, i
Brigadier Oeneral D. H. ltucnnn,
CUef Depot Omartormaaaor,
Waablnftoa, P. C
OUARANTT.
We, tbe underalfued, raaldenu ol , la
Ibe County of i ana Kate of .
hereby. Jointly and aererally, ooroaaat wltk Ike
United statu, aadiuaraateeiaeaeetbo loret olnl
tia or bo aeeepted,Uat be or tbey will
wllbln ten daye arter tbe aeeeptaaee of tke eald
bid, execute the eoauaat for tbo eaate wltk good
..J .hM.I.., anpatlaa. lat .Uaa HUl to tbe
amount of tbe eonUaet, to furmlak tbe foruo pro-
poaed 10 eoniormiiy w me wiaa mi fni"""'
dated Deeember a, 1MJ, uadar-, wkletv ttabM wae
M.a l.la ca Ihsaalal a ahall fall to
enter Into a eontraet aa e'oreaald,wo (uaranteoto
make cood tbo dlffbroaee oetweea tko offer by tbe
..i anil thanavtlawaatraaiMaalbla bidder.
or tbe paraon to wbom tha oatrect aaj bo
awarueu. ....
Ultoeea, I Bliea under our kaade and aeale
luua oayoi iaw i
Haatl
I Lertltv tettlT thAt, U tht) tM. ( f kntwl
cdcflftod belief. Iht bOTtvnMd niiuUn n
roodkodiunmatuvtintlM for Ut . r
which tber otttr to bm Hwtr-
To b wrtlflW br tbt UnlUi lUUt Dlitrttt At-
torncri Colltetor of Cuttomt, or ur othtr offlttr
under tht United sutte OoTtramtat, or rtepo.uk
bit ponoa known to thltoBM. ..
JX It. ftUCXBR,
dat-tf Srlf. Qto. ftnd Qurttntuttr.
pltOfOBALS FOR LUMDBK.
Caitr QoiaraaxnTaa'a Orrtca, 1
Uaror or VainipoTOir,
WiinraeToe, D. ti, Key . laat. J
aaia.i Prono.ala will be reeelred at tbla offiee
until FRIDAV, Hay U. taM, at II o'eloek, ., for
dellrety at tbla depot of one mlllloa (lj30,000) leet
of lumber, of tko following kind aad deeerlptlea,
" 000,000 feet 4-4, or 1 lack Wklla Mae Commea
".'ooo'Veet 4, or IX (nek WklVo rue comacoa
MoVeet 44, or 1 inab Wklte riae leleeta.
150,000 reel 14, or I talk While flee neorlaf,
(tonaued ana jtooTea i
irxiooo faet lit llemloek SeanUlni, It feet lonr.
60 000 fret lit Hemloek eaotUnf , II feet lui .
39 ooo feet lal Wklte fine limber, aaaerVed
Ail ol Ibe abore Ceierlbed to bo (OOd menkant.
able Lumber, aiiDjaci te ase ib.iw.uoh bi ma ,
epeetor oppointed on Ike part of tbe OoreraBteat.
r . .. . .. . ..-... k. At. !!.... .allkta ..Baa.
AM Ol lllaUDWIl'i aau.,.i.a.M .-.--
ty-flre (IS) daja from date of eontraat.
Ibe eblllty ot me oiooer .o nu ia anair...,
abould It be awarded to aim, mult be (aaraataed
by to reei0Bilble ration., wboaialaataree are
Tbe full nemo and poet offiee addraai of eaak
bidder muet beleflbly written la tbe propoeal.
Docdalnaeum equal to kalf of tko aoaat at
Ibe eontraet, alfneo by tbe eontnetor aad botk of
bla (uarentora, will bo weulredel Uoaaeeauful
bidder upoaeUnloe; tbo eoatrael.
Tbe rllbt to releet any or all bide that may bo
deemed too Wih ta meryed by Ike Depot Hoar
termaater. ....
Fropoaala muet bo plainly eadoned oa tbe on.
eelope " fropoaala for Lumber," aad eddreeeea M
tbe underelxned. .-
D. KUCKBB,
Brlf idler General aad Cblef Quariermaeler,
may.- Wm,WI via.auiBwa"
pnOPOBALB FOR FLOUR
imm DiroTCoMmuaaTov loaitaTiien, J
w.miaoTCB, D. C , April 7, IBM. I
rilvn PRniiiBAT.a are lnvltad until lb. lOtk
of May, at ta o'clock m., for I uralabiaf tha Bubals a-
enee uepartmrniwiio . . ..
IIGH T THOUSAUD (8 000) BAKRILI sf FtOtJIt.
Tha n,nna at. arill ha In wkat la klQVI at tblS
Depot aa Nos 1,1, and 1, and bids will bo eater.
talued for any quanllty ieaa than the whola.
Blda mull be lo dupllsate, and far sash iradeoa
flereotabeetl of paper.
Ibe Flour to bafreah grouad, Bad delivered U
new oak barreia. bead lined.
Tba delivery of tba Flour to eomateae. wllhla
e.adav.irnm the ooenlua of the blda. aad ta auek
quiQtltlea, dally, aathe Government maydlreet
delivered at the Government warekonaa la Oeorio-
town, at tnewnarveaor lauiomufjiaiw nasa
laxton, D. C
Tbe delivery of all Flour awarded So b. eom.
pleted within twenty dayi from Ike opening of
hpayoient wUI bo made in eertlSsaUa ef Indsbtad
neas, or aueh otber lunda aa tbe Oovernmeat may
bava for disbursement.
The uaual Oovernment lnapeelloa will be made
Juit belore Ibe Flour la reaalved, aad aeas will ba
accepted wblsh Is not fresh ground.
An oath of alleglanae muet aeeoaap aaythe bid af
e.eb bidder who haa not tba oath oa lie la tbla
omce, and no bid will ba entertained from partlee
wbo have prevloualy failed to eomply wltk Ihalr
bids, or from blddara not present So respond.
Oovernment reservea the right so rtjest asy kid
Bide to bo addreaied to tha undersigned, st Ho,
331 0 street, endorsed, fropeiele lor Flour."
S. C, OREKrlt.
ap3S-10t CaptaU asd C i. v.
"TOUW'jOIsijiFFI,
ATTOnNET AND COOMIXLLOk AT LAW,
Hal removed hie enles to tko iterthaaat eoraar of
F and Fifteenth itreete, appealte tko aaat
entranM of tba TrMaury luUAlag, v
WaahlngtonClty,I.a,
Atuod. tipsetally So eUlaaa upoa IkaDalVsa
uses. lW-ay
VOL. IV.
PROPOSALS.
QHDNANCE UTJriui imi f
naui MOllSir rtbi i T of Mar. ISM, 1c
SSratbeVllow, .-...Talr7 A
J,.m.n(i.UnltdilaU. Cara-lx pattern, aa
lor tli
aeeou
n.r
'nOSHk lr..nal,M.iMl..
,' At tko St. Loola Ateenal, ipoo aeta.
At tko Franklort AneaaL 10,000 Mil.
Hf?-fIK 'il'IS. alrlat
au,rn,Hll with tha ramlatlon pattern. wb C aaa
froeoenatlbeaboTaaudplaeea. JTeeliaetato
eoatut of one abreJrelt end rleto eompIeM I "
Cait.laf.lmr wltk iwlTel eoraplelo l one iabtj.
trldxfrtox or rovh i on Belt-boUUr for Arnjr'
.T i . . . hH.k l.huai tIav.
AU of wbleh ate to be made or tbe beat material;
eel worknenablp. Tbe , lebir-bjlt, iabr-knot
eed Crblooellei are to bo of BOrF LEATUEn
ILAUKtP, and ike Cerlridt boiee, BePloUter
'rid CeVpSueb. Of tVRIi bAX tXmKXO M.
". . .. .. i . J .1.. 4tt. TW
' it la to ooaieuoeur uua.r.rou - " -eirtB.nl
le to bare tbo prlTUen of Inepeetlar Ike
Work done under areonlraef It eTawara,ln
all alaiee of IU profreaii npeelall.tooxAailae
tko etoek before eattlni. Tberan to Do aubjeit
Mtbo mat loapeeuenai lae wu.. -
oooeatk (l-ietb) per week f tko wbolo nntaber
eaatraeted fori tbe oral dellrerytoboaaadeonlke
WAuirt0,toInnoitOf at a fpeeiaed tlaje
will enbleet tbe eonlraeter to a forfeiture of tko
.uj.be. 0. ma, f.U t. deUj.r at tb.t tin...
untrt tha borne tfct iki((ltoil. tt U d.
e. I .! te Ikat (flanaiewtatt.
Bidden will itataT osvlltltly tke Arienal, or
Anonale, wiero aberpropoeo to delleer, and tbo
nniber of aela tbej propoeo to dellrei at eaak
plaro.lf for aiere tkaa oye. .,.. ..v..
Koblda will bo eonaldered frora partlee otber
tban retalar aoaaufaalurere, eedeuek aa aro
sown Mi lui. M.u,... " r- ""T--;r
to neeule In tkefr own abope tke work f'opoaed
for. ibould an partr obufoinf a eoatt.il offer
aaeontremeata otker Ibaa tboae made la kla own
akojertbar wlU bo rejected, and tbe eontraet
Biooenwiu eneioie who weir bhw m. wn.i
aekaowlediaunta ortbalr earetlaa orar Uelr own
"Seek "rtiij okUlalnr a eoatrael will be obllied
to eater Into bond with approred auiaUee for lie
vwn -- I" ... .. . .... .V- .,.
fallbful cxeeutlon
UDon tht ewerd belu !, lui-tuful bidder
will bo ooUfled. u. furnUhed wltn fbrui ol eon
trtet oUid bo d de.
The Df pert men t reeerrei the rlhl to rejeet tar
or all bide, If cot deemed ittlihitorr-
erel Georft D. Rnnr Chief of Ordoenee, WmH
lOETOBa U i;.i" enuoriru "iruuviui iuiia..ii,
a "..a' - tanririL n niuitT
my-mwlot Prig. Gen , Cblel cf Ordnenee.
T.H0P08AL8 FOH -ffUITE PINE
X: BurMQt.il,
Caiar OoAaTtawiiTaa'l Orriel,
DreoTOf WnmBOTOat,
..'J
VTAIHIBOTOB, v. v, apiu., to. 1
Pealed propoaalewui be reeelrea aiiraaocaee
until TallLlDAT, May 10, ISM, at II o'eloek m.,
lor tbe dellrery at nU depot of tbe followlnc
aka.MailB m9 ahlnwltal 9
Om Uiloa (1 oo eooj No, l.lMnth while pine
ehleflei,(iwedelr i .....
The ihtaxlet to bt uedt ttom food materiel, to
btiubjMtedto tiixld Impeitlen befbra belof re
ceived, end tht whole anouot contrasted for to bt
aeiiTerea wiiau iuuij w u- iiw ." .
Sjndeln a iumfH;a-Uo hall of thtantuatof
ineeoniraiu win ov irquiicu v u.-o
bidder or bldJere. . , ......
Bide reeelred for two hundred aad fill theueand
iabJIA ATUIV AaaaerlAm tm ehnaSraa.
Sanpleaof tha ihlBftee propoied for will bt rt
anlnxf of taih bidder. ..
SALSTOR WHITITlNEiHmGLkV' and ad-
dreealtotb. uaaeraifa CXI
Brliadler General and Qtlel Quertermaeter.
apli-dllt " Depot of Waebleiloo, D. C.
tt"iTitedbtate8 mail,
OVEM.AMD CALIfORtjU B0BTK.
roar Ornea Dirimmarr, I
w.iHi.arD.ciTT. Mareh tl. 1804. I
rropeeala will bo reerlred at tke Contrail Odea
of tbte Departmeat MtU p. ., June 14, 1B4J, (to
booeeldednntdBT,) for eoneejlnr tke mallaof
tke United atatca In tbe Hate of KABiae aad tbe
Terrltorlee of CoLoaano, Utak. and Nbtadi,
from tbe tat Oetobor,lS4,totbeotk leptember,
IBBO, laeluaiTe, on in. rouic. auu vj .
of departuree and arrlTBla bereln apeatned, eonetl.
tuUn( tbo erorlend route to California.
kakoao. . .
Route Ho 14,140 horn AtehlBoa,XeeiBB,ere!at
Joaeph, MUaourl, to Salt Lake
and baek, dally, aupplylnf auek
oOeee aa may bo on tbe route.
&AMle reia le tf Jprfl le lif e Deomter, (I
Leere Atihlioa or taint eirpb dally, at I a.
"Mrrtre at Salt Lake City elerentk day, by It a.
m , (Ui boura.)
1 ..a Bait laka C11 dalle, at 10 B. m.l
Attire at AtebUon or Saint Joeepk elerentk
day, by 1 p. m., (UI bonra.)
oVtediial fm let e Heceeioer le III e Jtnf, (I
Learo Allnlaoa or taint Voalpk dally, at S a.
Antra at Salt Lake Clly fourteentb day, by S a,
aa., (loa aouraj)
teate Salt Laka City daily, at T p.
Arrive at Atahlaoa or saiat Jiaei
aepa fourteenth
day, by 1 p. fea., (toe boun.)
auoaio
axtandthadallvaervlaa from Salt Laka
City, by Virginia llty, to Folaom, ses mllee fur
ther, aupplyug auah omees aa are oa tba rowte,
and BUpplyiny uenver. voioraao r.rmoryi aauy,
by tba moat ulreat route, forming due eonoestlona
wltk tbe main line, will be eonaldered.
If eervla. oa tbla roaia, aa extended, be let, tkat
on routea Noe. 11,414 and 11,141 will no! be.
Tke aesepted bidder will have the privilege te
eommenee eervlee oa tba 1st July, test.
rf. B. Tba paper aod doeumeat mall for tke Pa
else eoeai to om a.u 07 ....
UTAH TEBRITOItT.
mala Pie. I4,sw From Salt Lake City So Tlr-
aiuia vi, j, niTMU aiii.itj,
sea mllea and baek, dally, aup
plylnf aueh omsee aa may be .a
the route.
lUttdoU fitn 111 e Jprtl KM DtMmitr,
ID BVBIUI J
Leave Salt Lake Clly dally, at 1 p. m I
Arrlva at Vlralnla City alilb day, by II a. at.,
ItlShourai)
1 lauva Virginia City dally, at IS a. m 1
Arrive at salt Laka City alxth day, by S a. a.,
(Us hours,)
eVAsdBle rem 1st a CersBiear le tat e iprw,
1. Bum.L 1
Lmt 8ftU Uk Cltr daUr, . M.l
ArriTt VlnUU City rtnth diy , V 1 1. u ,
(Ittbouri;)
Uiti VlrgtoU Cltj dllTp P ! .
ArrlT at SM .Uki City Mrtntl. iy, If f , ,
flM hnliwsl i
UU-xtssndd icrTlta laTtttd 01 rout It, I
y Ut to tonUitt, letTlM on thU rout will mot 1m.
NEVADA TCRRITORT.
aali Wa tl ill.rrnn Vtrrtnlk. Cltr to FollOBl
Cltr. CtvlubrnU. ltO mUci tod
bck,dtly, lupplruK auah of
Ami u k7 be oa Ui. routi,
MtktduU fttn lt AffiX U Id p,-, (t
MsTfUA f
Iai.a Vlosrliiiak. Ptlsr ilmtlvT. kt II I
AirtTt 4l JoUom Cltr next dr, by ili.ii, (II
konri 1
Lc.to FoUoH City dally, at 11 a. m.
ArrlT at V.rjtoi- City next dayt by f a. m., (U
nonri.1
$ch4tt tin Irt Dttm U t AftU. (i
Lsara TUrl City dally, at 1 1 a. .
Ai-rira -t foliom Cltr next day, by 1 1. ai., (M
oatij
MftTa rouom niy u-uj, i . m.
aArrlra at Tlrrinla Cltr next day, at I p. m. (U
boon.
Hthe extended eerrUe lnrlted oa route 14.M4
be let oa eonU aet, eerrlee on thli rout will net be.
alUIMi
uh vnutA null ISa tiM Irtr nf.r.ttlr. Wltb
araU (uaranteO and eertlOeate, ana uit pro? lie
for the eonTeyant of tha mill Mwith eelerlty. eeN
talnty. and eceurlty," uilng the tran of the law.
iiwui vm iuicirca tarn um$Mawum iui
rnnalnf tine are arranced to ti to (om an ea
tlnuoue line from At.bl.on, Kaniae, or lalntJo
epb. Uliioui I, to FeUom City nnd balk. eonre
Ui tba -(, eeeh way. In II day, elrbt montai In
Ik yetrt and in so daye ourmonUi U Ibe year.
For form of propoaal, guarantee and eertlflaate,
and for tn-truetloni, reaulremnte, Ae .bidden are
referred to tbe panphle. adTcrtleeaeei f Ottober
U. IMS, at the principal poet eSeu. BUCere
kauldba earttul opoet-pay bide.
mn-lawlw M. VLAI1V Voetmaeter General.
-Wr.VNTBD Tni-BB COPIES 01
YV this paper lieued ut in of reDro&ry.
W&SHINGrTQNV t
w.a.BManeaoeiBBmaieBaBaaaBiBlBBeeiaBaBnjeBavBanaawoal
aaeV e ir aVLwH anH' Bean
aaVl 1 n,LnaP m anm
Ll Im,' aanV hbIbL .Ban. LL M. JanL
Tno Adviinco of iho Armjr of
tli o Potomac
aaaaaawn-. m
Grant Mai Ptt ssed the rVllflerness."
a ..BBi
A tseuenger -who arrlf rf In Ihll clly lait
OTenlmg itatos till bo accompanied the Army
orthaa?otomaoantUlt piuod the "Wilder
neii," which loctuJei Iho old ChincellontlUo
hittle-groiind, eait of Leo's army, until It
reached as, open, plain eait-ioatheut of the
"Wllderneti."
nt rurthoiitafiea that Gen. Grant took that
route In order tot flank 0 on,, Leo, he being pro
tected on the "-wllJornoei," and, free frost at
tack on one of? his sinks by Ocs. Leo. Our
Informant itatt is that the theory (when he left
General Grant'l. army) entertained by office
there -was, thit Oen. Lee wai still In his works
about Orange Court Home. Many here
bellere tt will be oind that Oincral Grant has
Hanked Gen. Lee', and U between bit army and
tbe works of Richmond.
We bare do meani, sp to the time of going
to presi, of learning anything poiltlyn Is re
gard to the operations of either army beyond
the aboye itatemeat. The GOrentment are
hourly In expectation of the arrival of sewi.
The Impression. Is military circles here la
thst Gen. Lee has gone to Richmond by way of
OordossTlIlci serertbeleas the Government
credit the theory entertained by ibe officers In
the array.
Information reeelred here to-day. by the
Government, via Fortran Monroe, itatu that
Gen. Beauregard Is st Fetentrarg with a force
of 50,000 rebels.
There Is no Information whatever, derived
from any reliable source, that there baa, np to
this moment, bees say fighting, while, at tbe
lime time. It Is reuonable to suppose that two
great armies occptpjlag the relative position!
of thoie of GenenaU Lee and Grant mult have
come In collision before this time.
THE ABORTION CASE.
EIAM1XATI03I OP KLE.A JACKSON.
After eur report ivae concluded yeiterday after
neon, Mr Fntllp liludaon wee examined by Col.
Baker. Tha wltnena aaldi
1 did not go to lb depot to meet Mies Cur all f
aerer net there 3a my life Mlie Jeekeon and
Mlta Duralt want to Baltimore on day laat win
ter. I went wit h.' them there. 1 n? r bat) but one
eonreriatloa with Mite Jackion on thle luhjeet.
One nliht after Ur. Lewie had returned Trou the
Writ, 1 ealled at Wles Jeekeon. Mlii Durall and
Mr. Lewi i wero 'tnere, probably In January or Feb
ruary. After tniiy iiniDe room, conreraatloa
enmed, In which JJlie Jackioa IsUmated to me,
without ipeaking mt plainly, that Mill Durall
wai In torna trooble, and that Lewi waa the
eauie of It I rem krked that 11 Lewie had got Mlie
nnll lata a eraM.th Injured 1 ad r outht to tell
her father, who ought to eomptl tewli to eeo her
out of It honorably. Thle li all the coorenatlon
I bad with Mi-e Jaekann. una or twice in eonrer
aatlon with Ada Tborapioo, I told her tho ima
tain that Mlu uavtall ahould Inform her fAthttp
.nirr..Vs!.i.rflir r her. laekedMlieJitkirml
ne or twice a to tho health of tho deeeaied
Qwition by Col. Baker Ilav you erer had eny
eonrenatlon with MlaaJaekaon or any other per-
on with reierrneo w may mcuinaei loprouuea
I .Ma. aanean Mlasi flVIWtltl
UOII1UU Ukuaa, ivi" w
Jujtfef Nerer, to thn best of my belief
Qwi'ion Hare you erer had any eonenatlon
with anybody on tha anme ubeet1
jnrwr Nerer, to ny recollection
Mr Marburr objected.
QxutUon Hare you erer roomed at Tit renniyl
TanUaTeouel jnrmr Nerer.
QiKiffon How ofoeo her you vlilted t
Col. Baker itatetl that he deilred to ihow what
opportunlttei the wttntu had enjoyed lor learn
log about themedlctneabelngailmloUtered to Mil
Purall, and iald the wltneii had vlilted tb home
for four or fir month! pact, and often itayed all
Dl-ht In Mlii Jaekeon'a room.
The examination closed at thle point, and Jui-
tie Clarton required the aeeuied to furalih eeu-
rlty In 11.000 to appear on Saturday or Monday
next.
Tctt Jforttm SxtmiiuUion of ths Body of Ifltt
Jfarpqrtt nn ThivaU, late Employe tn th
National Cumnty Uurtau,
Teiterdar after no on a pott ntorfmi examination
waa held over the body of Margaret Ann Durall,
a lata em Dim t in tba National currency Bureau
of theTreiiury Department, whoeo dtath wai
aupDoced to be proaueea oy an aoornon.
The examining committee were Dri. Stone. Bur
roufhe, aod Herbert. Befor they proeeeded to
tke examination the family made objection, but
after they heard th etatemeoteor Dr. flton that
It wai ordered by the court, and that the body
ehould not be deformed, aad that h had submitted
tn men in examination of a member of hie own
family, they yielded.
Dr. Burrouihi had itated that h had been at
tending th deeeaied for two monthi prerloui to
her death, and that her lusgi were tubercular,
and, euperadded to thle, wae a pleurlay allied In
nature to a typhoid pneumonia The lungi were.
therefore, flnt examined by Dr. Itooe. loeteadof
moTlm up and down fully In tb cheat, they were
tig' tly glued thereto. Th left luag wai full of
tuberelei. which were eailly broken.
The other lung ao strongly adhered to tb eheit
that It wa with th greatest dlffleulty that tba
doctor, with his assistants, succeeded In separat
or It from the chest. Thle waa the seat of the
phthlale.
Thexternaleumieexn.E.iica marxs wnere or
Burroughs had cupped tbe young lady during her
Ulneii. Tb -womb was next examined, and
showed no slgoi whaterer of an tncltntt condition,
Beyond that, no opinion waa eipressed by th doe
tors, excepting that her death wa caused by pul
monary consumption.
This euaenee win i giren aiTuexamiiiauon
to-morrow, at I o'clock, before Justice Clayten.
nunowBRrsNKw book.
It diaiiv ron latt,
xiTii kataiihltBl.id tomorrow, and will tip unth
dry boneiof lnoiMtetAnt and Incapable offlolala
throughout tli ls-ud, and make a sensation gen-
' ennw s-TV1 vrtvs ty"
aunowsKi'i bury for ism.
A sew volume by Count Adam Gurnwlkl, em
braslng a Diary of rolttleal and Military Eventi
ans Tranaactloal, la tbe CaMaet and In th. Fleldi
lor tbe year of isss.
. For abarp erltlelim, alternating with epl-
ftammatle trsnohanl. oauslle pialse aad eaetlga.
Ion, tbla work must bear itray the palm from au
othara ever prlnteditu Uui soqulrr ISmo., alotb
bound, prise Vjiu l
unmj N.rubiishe;, yew York
NUT WEEK I
5RITATE MILE. O'REILLY will be ready wltb
I BOOK, rlsb wltb soep, servlsee aad fpooehee,
aaUsdsUliIUtltntsd;' ',vili
C, FRIDAt EVENING, MAY 0, 1864.
JUST KU.VBB.
sv rairATX antai o'sriuv,
Three jeirt ifo t-daf
We relied our kaada to Heaven,
And on the rolle of muater
Our nemee were tbtrty4eveni
There were Juit a thoueaad bayonete,
And tha aworda were fhtrtyoeven,
Aa we took tbe oath of lervfeo
With our Mf ht hand! ralaad to Heaven.
Oh 'twal a nallant day,
fa memory etui adoiad.
That day of our auo-brteht Duptlala
Win (he tauuut aa tbo iword I
Sbllll raoe tbanlea, tko bailee blued,
Aod beneetka eloudleea Heaven
Twinkled a thoueaad bayonets,
And tbe eworde were thlrtyef en.
Of the tbouaand atalwalt bayonete
Two hundred marehtolayi
Hnndreie He lo Irrlota iwampe,
Aadbuodredeln Marylaadelaii
And otber bundrede, leal kippy, draf
Their sbattered llm)e around,
And eovy the deep, loaf, bleeied aleea
Of tbo battle-tleld'e boly (round.
For tbe iworde one ntiht, a week aj o,
The remnant, laat eleven,
Gathered arouod a banquetlnr board
Wltb ocata lor thlrty-aoven.
Then were two limped la oa erutebei,
And two had each but a baod
To pour tbe wine and ralee tbe eup
Ae we toaated " uur flag and land.'1
And the loom teemed Ailed with whlepere
Ae we looked at the vaeant aeete.
Aod, with eboktor tbroete, eeo puebed aalde
Tbo rleh but uetaetrd meatlt
Than In alienee we brimmed oar f laeeea,
Aa wo roee upJeit eleven,
Aod bowed ai we draok, to Ihe lorod and the
dead
WhohadmadouaTnlatvHBVsa I
AraiLW, I8M.
Death of Wllllaau I, Tb.yar,
WUlIim Sidney Thayer.the American Comal
General to Egypt, whole death wti announced
Wednesday, wss bora In 1830, at Haverhill,
Male., and graduated at Harvard University In
1850, deltverlnLt the commencement poem on
the occulon, lie became one of the editors of
the New York JEWMn rott sbont twelve years
ago, and wss connected wltb. thst able Journal
until 1881, with the Interruption only of hie
expedition to Nicaragua with Colonel Kinney,
Ho wai appointed to the comnlate In 1801 by
Mr. Beward, lafled for Liverpool early In May,
snd haitcsed by wsy of Peril to Alexandria
and Cairo. Here his health, which had bees
feeble, seemed to lmproye. ret he wai obliged
several times to vlilt ths North of Europe to
recuperate, un these occaaloos his anility to
be back st bis poit of duty Interfered much
with the benefit which otherwlie might hsve
seemed from his jonrneys In search of health.
Physicians promised his recovery st virions
times but he has fallen a victim to dliesie,
and thui far we hive so particulars or the clr
cnmitancee of his death.
As might hsve been anticipated by those who
knew him, hli diplomatic career wai highly
creditable. Ills Intelligence and urbanity were
marked by all his acquaintances, snd hli death
will deeply shock a wide circle,
Dnrlng hit iliy In Egypt Ur. Thsycrwss, of
connc, vlilled by all the American tourlita
going to tbe Nile, snd all of them spesk highly
of his courtesy snd genlsl minoen.
But a few dsys ago we recorded In theie col
umns the death of Mr. AbUah W. Thayer, an
emlsent New England editor, and the father of
the lato Consul Genera, father and son hsve
thss pined awsy within a few dsys of each
other, though almost at opposite sldeeof'the
globe.
The destb of Mr. Thayer mskes in Import
ant breach In our diplomatic ranks for, though
the appointment was technically consular, H
Included almost ambanadorlal privileges snd
ircrogatlvcs.
TIIK VOH.T PILXOW MASHAUIIK.
Ueportof tha Commute oa the Conduct
of " Wnr-aiekee.l Account of
nebel Atrocltlee,
The following report wai ma Jo Id toth
ilouiei of Concrcil VMterdaj:
., em ar
Tho lolnt Committee on tbe Conduct and
Expenditures of the War, to whom was referred
tho resolution of Congress Instructing; them to
Investigate the lato msasaers at Fort Pillow,
doalKnatod two members of tho committee,
Messrs. Wado snd Gooch, to proceed forthwith
to such places as they might deem necrmry
and lake testimony. That lub-commlttee hav
ing discharged that duty, returned to thli city
and lubmltted to tho Joint committee s reiurt,
lth sccompanylng papers ana teetimony.
Tbo report wss read and adopted by tbe eom-
miueo, wnose cnairmanwaa instructed so buo
mll tho same with the testimony tn the Siuate,
and sslf thst the ssmo bo printed.
siroKT or stjB-oouiittisi.
Meuri. Wide and Gooch, tho snb-commlttf o
appointed by tho Joint Committee on the Con
duct and Expenditures of tho War, with In
structions to proceed to such points ss they
might deem necensry for th. purpose of tilc
lug teellmoay in regard lo the massacre at Fort
Pillow, submitted the following report to tho
Joint committee, together with the accompany
ing testimony and papers)
Tn obedience to the Instructions of this Joint
committee, sdopted on the eighteenth ultimo,
your committee left Washington on the morn
ing of tho nineteenth, taking with them the
stenographer of this committee, snd proceeded
to Cairo and Mound City, IUlnolsi Columbus,
Kentucky, snd Fort Pillow snd Memphis, Ten.
ncesee, st esch of which places they proceeded
to take testimony.
AHhonirh vonr committee were Instructed to
Inquire only In reference to the attack, cap
ture and massacre at Fort Pillow, they have
deemed It proper to lake some testimony in
reference to tho operations of Forrest snd his
commsnd. Immediately preceding and lubie-
qucnt to mat uorriote iraniacuoD. is wmi.'
near, from the testlmonr thua taken, that the
atrnrltlna committed at Fort Pillow were not
the result of psuloni excited by th. heat of
conmci, opt wero resuiti oi a policy uwuw
.., j-.,4.J nA ..j. kv .i,.,inl an.
ateiy ueviucu upuu, uia uuaicaiia.iuA.j .-
nounced. Fjren If the uncertainty of Ihe fate
of thoss officers snd men belonging to colored
regiments who hsve heretofore ooeu taken
prisoners by tbe rebels hu failed to convince
the authorities of.our Government of this fsct,
the testimony herewith submitted must con.
vlnce even tho most ikehllcsl that It ! tho In.
tentlon of tho rebel authorities not to recog
nise the omcers and men of our colored regi
ments ss entitled to the treatment accorded by
all clvlllxod nations to prisoners of wsr.
The doclsrstlons of Forrest sud bis officers,
both before sud after the capture of Fort Pil
low, ss testllled to by such of our men ss hsve
Meanod after belnc taken bv him. the threats
conulood in the verious demands for lurrender
msde st I'aaucin, UMumoni, ana oilier piaceai
tho renewal ofthe maaiacrethe morning after
the capture of Fort PUlowi tho itatemenls
msdo by tbe rebel omcers to the officers of our
gunboats who recolved the few survivors at
Fort Pillowall this proves most conclusively
the policy they hsve determined to sdopl.
The first operstlon of sny lmportsucs wss
the attack upon Union Clly, Teuneatee, by a
portion of Forrest's commsnd. Tbe stuck
waa made on the 94th of March. Ths post
wss occupied by a force of shout five hundred
men, under Colonel Hawkins, of the 7th. Ten
nessee Union cavalry
Th. attacking fore, wassuperlor lnnumbsrs,
but wss repulsed ssviral limes by our own
forces. For Iho psrtlonlsrs of the attack, and
tbe clrcumilaaeel attending the surrender,
jour committee would, refer to the teetimony
submitted. They would slate, however, thst
tt would appear rrom Ut. teiumony thst ths
surrender wss opposed by nearly I f not Quite
all ths officers of Col. Hawkins' commssd.
lour committee think that the cucnmstsnccs
connected with the surrender are ssch thst
miv w.tuauit .u. umi .MroDiog mrovugBMou
bytht military authorities, ai, at the time of
uio Burrouuerf out vug ain on our iiao psa
been Injured.
On theSSthof March the enemy, nn4er the
rebel Generals Forrest. Bnford. Htrrti. and
Thompson, estimated at over six thousand
men, msoo an ausc on raoucan, Kentucky,
aahlak niul a.l MMnlat ha P.I O 1 tll.k.
niuwa. yvmr nawwhum uv w. u, utVIU.
40th Illinois regiment, wltb Six hundred and
Sfty-Ove men Onr, forces rollrod. Into, Fort
Anderson, and there made their stand, ualited
oy some gunooats oeiongisg w tae command
fCspulu Bhlrk, of the navy, succeaifully rs-
polling the attacks or, the enemy, spelling
w ubbo Buy iwtirwaiuu uju uur iuii, x v
reit then demssded an nsconditlons) snrren-
der, closing hb) communication to Col. IHcks
Is these wordit
"If you surrender, you shsll be treated ss
prisoners of win but ir I hsve to storm your
works yon may oxpect no quarter." This de-
mina sna inrssi was met ny a reiusai on tne
Esrtof Col. Hicks to surrender, he stating thst
ehsd been plsced there by his Government to
defend that post, and be should do so. The
rebels msde throe otber assaults thst ssmedsy,
but were repulsed with heavy loas each time)
the rebel General Thompson being killed In
the Isit sssaull. The enemy retired next day,
oaring Buueroa a loaa eeumBioa a. inreo nnn-
dred killed and from one tbouaand to twelve
nunurcu woauaou. idi iobb on our eiue wai
fourteen killed and forty-six wounded,
Ths operations of the enemy at Paducah
ware characterised by the same bad faith and
treachery lhatieeme. to bavo become the aottled
policy of Forrest and his command. Tho llsg
of truce was taken advantage of there aa elie-
wnere te secure oesirsoie positions wnicb tbe wss going on. Numbers or our men were col
rebels were suable to obtain by fair and hon- lectod together In lines or groupe and dellber
orable meini snd ilio to afford opportunities stely shot. Borne were shot while In the river,
for plundering prlvste stores, si well ss Gov- while others on the bsnk were shot and their
era ment property. At Faducah the rebels were bodies kicked Into the water, many of them
guilty of ecu more cowardly. If possible, then still llvluir. but unsble to mske sur exertions
any they have practiced elsewhere. When the
stuck wss msde the officers or the rort snd or
the gsnbosts advised ths women snd children
togototberlverrorthepurposaorbelngtaken
scroll out of dinger.
At they were leaving the tows for that pur-
poll the rebel iharpihooten mingled with
them, and, shielded by their presence, ad-
vaneed and fired upon thetrunboali.wosndtnz
some of our officers and men. Our forces
coma not return tne nro wiuoui enaingering aniwerea oy toe molt cruet tiunti ana inecri.
the Uvei of the women and children. The Some wero spared for a lltno, only to bo mur
rebeli alio placed women In front of their llnea dered under clrcutnitancea of ercitcr cruelty,
aa they moved on the fort or were proceeding to
tate positions, wnue mo nag ot truce waa at coma acviso was omitiou oy tnose inuraerere.
the fort In order to compel our men to with- One white soldier, who wss wounded in ono
boldthelr Are, out of regsrdfor thollvcs ofthe leg so ss to be unable to walk, was made to
women who were msde nso of In this most ' itsnd up while bis tormentors shot him. Oth
cowardly manner. For more full details of lers, who were wonndod snd unsbla to itsud
the stuck, snd ths trcscherous and cowardly up, wero held up and again thot. One negro,
practices of tbe rebels there, your committee . who hsd been ordered by a rebel officer to hold
refer to the testimony herewith lubmltted,
On the ISth of April, the dsy after the cap
ture of Fort Pillow, tho rebel Oeusrsl Buford
sppesroa oexore ijoiumDus, neuiucKy, ana ae
mandod Its uncondltlonsl surrender. He
coupled with thst demsnd a threat that tf the
nlace was not surrendered, snd be should be
comp Hod to stuck It, "no qnsrter whatever
snouia oe soown to negro iroope." i o tnis
Colonel Lawrence. In command of tho fort, re
plied that "surrender wss out of tbe question,
aa he had been placed there by his Govern ment
to hold and defend the place, and should do
so lto stuck wss msde, hut the enemy re
tired, Hiving uten aaventato or tne nag 01
truce to uke some horses of Union citizens,
which hsd been brought In there for security.
It was st Fort Pillow, however, thst the
brutality and cruelty of the rebels were moat
fearfully exhibited. The garrison there, ac
cording to the laet returns received at head
quarters, amounted to nineteen officers snd B3I
enlisted men, of whom 03 were colorod troops,
comprising one battalion of tho Oth United
Butee heavy artillery (formerly the lit Ala -
bama artlllerv. of colored trooni. nnder com-
xnand of Major W. J. Booth, on. section of
the 3d Unltod Btatea light artillery, colored) and
one battalion of tho 18th Tennesaee cavalry,
wnite, commanded dj aiajor w. j. nraurora.
Major Booth wss the rsnklng officer, snd wss
In commsnd of the fort.
On Mondsy, the 13th of April, the snnlver
isry of the sttsck on Fort Banner In April,
1 U, 1.a nlak-ata AVllia ..aprtayM, a.,a H.lwan In
1WI. au f.lVM w. , ,"" n v... V...WH ...
Juit before sunrise) thst being tbe fslnt intlmi
tlon our forces then hsd of sny intention on
the pert of the enemy to attack tbat place.
Fighting soon became general, and about S
o'clock Major Booth was killed. Major Brad
ford succeeded to the commsnd, snd withdrew
ill the forces within the fort. They hsd previ
ously occupied some entrenchments at somo
dlsUnce from the tort, and further from the
river.
This fori waa situated on s high bluff, which
descended precipitately to the river's rdge, the
ridge of the bluff on the river side being cov
ered with trees, bushes, snd fallen timber.
Kxtendlog back from the river on either side
of the fort wss a ravine or hollow, tho one be
low the fort containing several prlvste stores
and some dwellings, constituting whst wss
called tha town. At tne moutn oi mat ravine
and on the river bank were some Government
bulldlogs conUlnlng commlmry iloree. Tho
ravine above the fort was known ss Cold Creek
rsvine, the ridge being covered with trvoi and
bnihes. To the right, or below, and a little to
the frost of the fort, was a level piece of
ground, not quite so elersted ss tbe fort Itself,
on which hsd been erected some log huts or
shinties, which were occupied by the whllo
troops, snd also used for hospital and other
purposes. Within the fert tents hsd been
erected with board floors, for the nae of the
colored troops. There were six pieces of srtll
lery In the fort, consisting of two slx-poundcrs,
two twelve-pouuder howltsers, and two ten
pounder Parrotts.
The rebels continued their attack) but up to
two or thres o'clock In the afternoon they had
not gained any dee slve success. Our troops
both white snd Usck fought most brsvily,
snd were In good spirits. Tbo gnubost No. 7,
New Irs, Cepl. Marshall, took part in tho con
flict, shelling the enemy as opportunity oirered.
Signals hsd been sgreed npon by which tho
officers In the fori could Indicate where the
guns ofthe fort could be most elTcctlvo. There
being bnt one gunbosl there, nopermsnent
impression appears to hsve been produced
npon the enemyi for ss they were shelled out
of one rsvlns tbey would msko their appear
ance In the other. They would thus appear
and retire as tbe gunbosl moved from ono
point to the other. About one o'clock Ihe Ore
on both sides sleekened somewhat, snd the
tmnhnit moved out In the river to clean and
B ... I -a a- Maaal OQ1) HHailfl flf t ..1 I
COOl WO KUDB.uai.uft uiw - iu... w. "'"
shrapnel and caoliter. which nearly ei haunted
tht supply of ammunition.
Th- rfthela harlni; thua far failed la their it
tack, now retorted to their customary flag of
trace. The nrtl naff oi iruco coutcjou n ao
raand from Forrest for the unconditional sur
render of the fort. To thli Major Bradford
replied, asking to be allowed ono hoar to con
sult with his officer and officer of tho nun
boat. In a ihort time a second dag or trace
appeared, with a communication from Forrest
that he would allow Major Bradford twenty
mlnntes In which to more his troops ont of the
fort, and If It was notdono wllhlnthat tlmaan
assault would be ordered. To this Major Brad
ford returned tbe reply that he would not sur
render. DnriDg the time these flags or trace were
flvinirtha rebala were morion: down the ravines
ntt tiklD? Dotations Irom which tbe more
readllr to chsrze upon the fort. Parties of
them were aUo engaged In plundering the
Oorernusot balldlog and commissary aod
anarttrm alter 't sioraa in iuu tiw oi me gun
boat. Captain Uarsbsll statu thst bo re
frained from Irlng noon tht rebels, although
thty wve thut Tlolatlog the flag of truce, tor
fear that ihoild they finally tncceed la captur
ing the fort tbey would .oitlfy an atrocities
NO. 138.
thev might commit bv aavlns that thav were In
retaliation for hli Uriel while the flag of truco
wss flying. Tie ssys, however, thst when he
ssw the rebels coming down tba rsyfae, above
ioo ion, ana laKiDB; poaiuons tnero, no got QSa
dor weigh and itood for the fort. Ue determined
to use wsst iitue ammunition be had left In
shell'ng themont of the rsvlnei but he did not
get op within effective rsnge before the final
aaaanlt w.a made.
Immediately after the second llsg of trues
retired, the rebels made a rush rrom tbe posl.
.1 . ., 1... . . . , ,.a ' a
HUUB IDCJ U.U BU aTWCUUrUUIIJ KB1QBU, BUO
obtained posaesilon of tbe fort, rslalog theory
of "noqusrter." But Hula opportunity wss
allbwed for rcelatance. Our troops, black snd
white, threw down the r srmi. and souirht to
escspe by runslng down tbe stees bluff nesr
the fort, snd secreting thcmielyes behind trees
ana logs, in us Duiuif , sna nnder toe Dinia,
some etenjnuipteglntotberlver.lesvlnff only
their heads above Iho water, ss they crouched
dows under the bsnk.
Thes followed a scene of cruelty nnd murder
without psrallcl In civilized warfare, which
seeded but the tomshswk snd scslplnr-knlfe
to exceed tho worst strocltles ever committed
by savages, The rebels commenced an Indls-
criminate llsugbter, spsrlng neither age nor
est. white or ilsck. soldier or civilian. Tha
officers and men seem to vie with each otber
In tho devlllib work. Men and women and
eves children, wsorevsffbund. were dellbe-
lately shot down, beaten, and hacked with as-
ores, nome oi tne cuiiareu, not moro man ten
yean old, wero forced tn stand up and face their
muraercrs wnue oeing snot, rno eicK sna
woundod were butchered without mercy,
the rebels even entering the hoapltsl building
and dragging them out to be shot, or killing
them as they lsy there unable to offer the least
rrslitsnce.
All over the hill ilde the work of murder
to ssvo themselves from drowning. Borne of
the rebels stood npon tho top of tbe hill, or s
short dlatince down Its side, and called to our
loldlersto comeupto them, snd ss they sp-
preached ihot them down In cold blood If
their guua or plitoli mined lire, forcing them
to itind there until they were again prepared
to Ore. All around were heird cries ot "no
quarter! noauarteriklllthod d nlHersi ihoot
them down.' All who asked for mercy were
No cruelty which the most fiendish malignity
his horse, waa killed by him when be romon
stratcd. Another, a mere child, wbom an ofll
cer bad taken up behind him on hli hone, was
seen dv msimcrs. wno ui once oroereu tne
officer to put him down snd shoot him, which
wss done.
The hnts snd tents In which msnv of the
wouuoea nsa souguc sneitcr wero set on ure,
both that night aod the next mornluir, while
tho woundod were atlll In them; tboae only
cscsplng who woro able to get themielves out,
or who could prevsll on others less lojurod
than themselves to help them out, snd even
some oi tnceo tons secsiog to escspo toe nsmes
were met by these rnlQans and brutally shot
down or had their brains beaten out. One
man was dellberstely fastened down to Iho floor
of a tent, faco upwards, by meaua of nalli
driven through hla clothing and Into the boardi
under him, eo that he could not poistbly eeespc,
sna tneu too tent set on nri'i snoiDer was
nsllod to tho side of a building outside of the
1 fort, snd then tho building eel on tiro snd
burned.
1 Ths chirred remslus of five or six bodies
'wero afterward! found, all but one 10 much
I dUCgurod sud consumed by ths fliroei that
they could net bo IdentlDcd.and the ldenlltlca-
Hon of that ono Is not abtolately certain, at
tuoajb thero can hardly be a doubt that tl was
tue uojy oi tsientenam AEeriioom, quarter
muster of tbe ISth Virginia cavalry, and a na
ttreTeDnesieean. Several witnesses who saw
tbo remains, and who woro personal It acq a tint
ed with him while Mvtn?f baro testified that It
u tour urm ocnei mai it was ms Doay tntiwat
mm treaiea.
Theso deeds of murder and cruelty closed
when nlgbt came on, only to be renewed the
next morning, when tbe demons ctrefally
tought among the dead lying about In all di
rections for any other wounded yet alive, and
thoae tbcv found n ore deliberately thot. Scores
of tbe dead and wounded wero found there the
dav of tbe mastacro by tbo men from some of
our gunooats wno were pcrrnmca to go on
tboro and collect the wounded and bury the
dead. Tho robe i inemscives naa mtao a pre
tence or bumnga great many or tnetr vicumi,
but they had merely thrown them, without tho
leastregardto care or decency. Into tbe trenches
and ditches aooui too rort or too nine uouowi
and ravines on tho bill-side, covering them but
n artfully with earth.
Portions of heads and faces, handt aud feet,
were found protruding through the earth In
every direction ana even wnen jour commit
tea vlilted the iDOt two weeks aftcrwardi. al
though parties of men had been tout on shore
rrom time to time to oury mo doqics uuonnca
and reburv others, aud were thui en triced
In thesamo work, we found tho etldunceaof
tblt murder ana craeuy itiu moro pamruny.
Womw bodies still uoLurled, (at aomi dl
tin co from the fort,) of tome licit: men who had
been met neolng rrom tuo nospuai ana Dcaicn
down and brntully murtfered and tbelr bodlca
left where they bad fallen. We could atlll toe
tho facet and handt and feet ef men,whlte and
black, protruding out of the ground, whote
craves bad not been reached by thoae engaged
in reiniernng toe viciims oi me maesacrvt aou
althiugh a great deal of rain had fallen within
the preceding two weeks, tho ground, moro es
pecially on tbo side aud at the foot of the bluff,
where most of the murdort had been commit
tod, was etlll discolored by tho blood of our
brave but unfortunato men. and tbe logs and
trees showed but too plainly tho evidence of
the atrocities perpetrated there.
Many other Instances of equally atrocious
cruelty might be enumerated, but your com
mittee feel compelled to refrain from giving
here more of the hiart-stckenlng details, and
rafur to the statements contained in tne volu
minous testimony herewith submitted.
Those statements wero obtained by them
from oyo witnesses and su (Torus. Many of
them, as they were examined by your comtaii
tte. wero ivlnc npon beds of pain and sutler-
Inir, tome so feeble that their lips could with
difficulty frame the words by which they en
deavored to convey some Idea of tho cruelties
which baa been inuiciea on iucgj, ana wmcu
tbey naa soon inmctcu oa oiacra.
In reference to the fate of Major Bradford,
who was In command of tho fort wben It was
captured, and who bud up to that time received
nn Inlnr thm, BivniBi tn hn tin doubt. The
general understanding tcema to bo that ho had
been Druiany murnerea tne uay aucr uv .
taken prisoner.
How rasny of our tfoops lU fell Uclluis to
tha malignity and barbant) of torrefl and his
followers cannot yet be deUuUely ascertained.
Two officers belonging to tho gsrrlion were
abtent at tho lime or the capture aud massacre,
nrth. .....iininff mei m imt two aro known
J SUB IVUIMIUIMh "-
to bo living, and thev aro wounded now In the
hospital st Mound Cltji one of them, Captain
Porter, rnav even no oe ucau, mo .u,
Koone. when your commlltoe were Ihoro, ex
urea. an no uui'a w "a .vw.v. j
Of tho men, fiom thrco hundred to four hun
drod aro known to havo been killed at Fort
Flllow, of whomalloaal thro, hundred were
murdered In cold blood after tbo fort was In
possession of tho rebels, and our men hsd
thrown down iholr rtni and ceased, to ode
gatignaVugttdi:)
"""' 'aTiiii'.
Una square, three days lun
One sqeara, four days.., ljSt 3"
One square, Ave days... . g
One square, six days.. ...... ,,.,,,,, 1.75-C?
Xverr other dav advertlaematita. bo aaa.
addlUonaL ' - .---
Once a week advertisements charged aa sew
for each Insertion. -
Blx lines or less oosttltsta a square. T
AdrertlsemonU should bo handed IsbvU
o'clock, m. rz
resistance. Of tha sunf--except tht
wounded In tho hospital at Hound City, and
tbo few who succeeded In making their esesp.
Unhurt, nothlns deflnlta ta knomm. and It la tn Vaa
feared that man; nan been murdered aftor btt
Iny taken away from tha fort. . " - -
When vour committee arrived at UamnMi. .
Tennessee, the found snd eiamlnea man,, .--.
Mr. McLaeaD. who hsd been conaerinuvt ' hi
somo of Forrest's forces, but who, with other
conscrlpu.hadioccoededln making hlsesespek " J
IT. testifles thst while two companls. bfc
rebel troops, with Major Bradford sud minv t -other
prisoners, were on th.msrch from Browns- r.
viiteio jacsson, Tennesaee, Major Bradrora
was tsken by fivo rebels, one an offleer. m&
abont yards W from thsllno of msreb, and dellb
erstely murdered In view or all there as
sembled, lie fell, killed lottantly by. three
musket baUs,svenwhll. aiklngt that, hist life
might be spared, as he hsd fought them rnsn
fully, and was deserving of a better fate. - The)
motive for the murder or af slor Bradford suns
to have been tbo simple fsct that, although a
native of the Booth, he remained loyal to his
Oovernment. The testimony herewith submit
ted contains many statements msde by the
rebels that they did not Intend to treat " horae-
maae Yankees," as tney term tne loyal Bouin
ernen, any better thin negro troops.
mere is one circumstance connect! vita
th. events herein narrated which your com
mittee cannot perrait tarpais unnoticed. The
testimony herewith lubmltted disclose this
most aitoundlnz and shameful fact i On th.
morning of tbe day succeeding the capture ot
Fort Flllow, th gunboat' silver Cloud (No.
38) the transport Platte Talley, and the gun
boat New Era I No. 7). landed at Fort Pillow
nnder flag of truce, for the purpose of receiving
the few wounded there, and burying th. dead.
Whllo thev wero lvlug there, the rebel General
Chalmers, and other rebel omcers, came down
to the lindlng, and some of them wsst oa' the
hosts. c
Notw'thstandlng tho evidences of rebel atro
city snd barbarity with which the ground was
covered, there were some of our army ofllesrs
on noara tne riaue v aitey so lost to every feel
ing of decency, honor, and self-respect as to
mske themselves dliKrscefnlly conspicuous la
bestowing civilities snd sttentlon upon the
rebel officer!, even whits thev were boasting of
the murders they hsd there committed. .
2 our commiiteo were nnsuisio ascensia tne
nsmes of the officers who hare thus Inflicted
io foul s stsin npon the honor of our srmy.
They are enured, however, by the military
aatuoriucs insi every euon wui oe msae vo as
certain toeir namea ana onog mem vo lue pun
lihment they io richly merit.
In relation to the reinforcement or evacuation
of Fort Pillow, It would appear that the troops
thero itatloned were withdrawn on the HUtt of
January lait In order to accompany the Merid
ian expodlllon nnder General bhermao. Gen
eral Unrlbut teetlfles that he neverreceivedany
instructions to permsuently vscste the post,
snd deeming It Important to occupy It so that
thC rebels should not Interrupt the nsvlgatloa
of the Mississippi by planting artillery there.
no sent somo troops tnere aoouiino miouieoi
Februsry, Increaalng their number arterwame
until the garrison amounted to nearly six bun-
urea men. ue also ststes tust as soon ss no
learned that the nlace waa attacked, he Imme
diately took measures to tend up relnforce
nieots from Memohli. and thev wore actually
embarking when he received Information of
tho capture of the fort.
Your committee cannot cloie this report
without expressing their obllgstlons to the
officers of tho army, and many with wbom they
wero brought In contact, for the assistance
they rendered. It Is true your committee were
rumtsneu Dyiuo rjecrctaryoi svarwtvu.DBiuu
est authority to call upon any one In the army
ror sucn services ss tney mtgut require u ena
ble them to mske the investlgstloa devolved
upon them by Congress. But they found that
no such authority was neoded. The army and
nary officers at every point they vlilted evinced
a desire to aid the committee In every way In
Ihelr power, and all expreiied the hlgbeet sst
lifsctlou thst Congrtss hsd so promptly tsken
steps to sscertiln th. fictl connected with this
fearful and bloody transsctlon, and t ehose
thst the lnveitlgstlou would lead to prompt
aud decisive moisures on the part of the Gov
ernment. Your committee would mention moro partic
ularly the names of Ueueral Mason Brayman,
military commandant at Cairo) Captain J. II.
Odlln, his chief or staff Capuln A. M. Feu
nock, United Blstes Navy, lint csptslu of Mis
sissippi squsdron Captala James W. Shirk,
United Blalcs .Navy, commanding 7th district
Mississippi Linadroni Burgeon Horace Ward
ner. in chanre of Mound Cltr Ocneral lToenl-
til; Captain Thomas M. FarreU, United states
navy, in commana oi guuooat uaeiiag, iiur
nlshed by Captain Pennock to convey me com
mittee to Fort Pillow aud Memphis) Capuln
Thomas Pattlson, naval commandant at Mem
phis) Ocneral U. C. Wsehburno, and the offi
cers of their commends, as amoog those to
whom thoy sre Indebted for assistance and at
tention.
All of which Ii respectfully lubmltted.
B. F. Was.
D. W. Goooo.
Adopted lsy the committee as tbolr report.
B. F. Wsdi, Chairman.
OFFICIAL NOTJCES.
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F Y I 0 I A Ii .
WAftpjcraaTMCMT,)
T)
FaO.ou Maiiiial utlL'i urritt,
WAIHIMaTOK, A!n. , lait
(ClrouUr.No tt.)
The lollottlox oplilou of the Hon. William
V. Mil or, Solicitor of tht War Departmeat, It pab
)U! el for the latoraiatloa and uldanoe of all offl-
ceriufthli UjitUl
In rtyurd to las qutttlo wtttr tU pia non-ntU
dtnee m IM dittrta vwrt a arajit man twy msv
bttn t wot Ud ioulit unitr U cirrunufaacti, t
trgcTl-ty Boa Uf tnrolmnt tialtyttan&froptr
jrouitf or tiemptlon from military urvlct unitr
(If drit tn that dlttrtct, .,-c.
orimox.
When a I'criou. wbo haa beu enrol kd and
drarird, clalmt csetaptloafrondnn oa tit around
of uoo.rLlJnet.ttis Board of tnroloinit will b
JuitlfledlagraQU-g It U he makri titlifaclory
prooloa tnree potnti.
lit. HU non-rldno la tbt dlttrlet whtrt ht
uUlui tacmptloa at the Uma of hi eorolmta
theieln
3d. What hli plavtof otiil wldeatawas
the time when tha enrolment thereto waa mtdt.
Id. That ht w,or li,aetuIlyenrolltd. aad haa
beta drafted, or It IlaKata draft U his plaoeol
actual rtildeufo.
All pcruni tiotu whom military isrrlot ti rt
culreJ uud tht et ol Couttw, act liable to aa
rolmeat nJ drn la iome dlitrlct. Tae Dotation
of tne occupation, and reildtneei or perioat to
rolled li not required to eaablt uapatrtotU attlxut
br ttchntoal objettlooa to arold thtU UU thut of
put-lie duty, but to Utntify tha pineal drafted
aadtmlit la eo,ullilof amonj tht dtlTwettt die
trleti their reeyeetlrt quotai.
Whotttrhaikeeatorolltd la oat dlatrlet, aad
Intend, ta claim temptiou (rem draft by reaaoa
of nildeueteUtwheri, mutt take out ubatn
rolled where ht rtildtt
II Uncorrected enrolment ht prwniptly tiTii.Jttd,
ao applleatlea Ihtrettter nadt to tht Frovoit
Marshal Geatral. or to tht BoanU of Eoroimtat
will prota.t htm acalaat double llakUltyi bat II ht
neileet thlt prlrlltft he out ht agt caotpt all 1011)
tary ierUe In time of wr, by prorlac ih&t aa r
ror had been made la tht place of hla rtaldeaot.tht
pcltlnc of hli name, or tne deacrlp(loaoC hiaUadt
or oceupatloa.
It It deemed a printed to enter Into the military
acrrloa of the United SaAtas, Tat pitrlototrM it
to hli oountryi the nan. of honor owte It to hit
Lelhbon to ie that eytryoUUca liable to mill
tary duty li properl'annUtd.
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Proroit Marthal Central.

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