IT MUST i
! 11 i I v i Vi
PUBLISHED BY AN AHSOTIATIOX OK PIUNTEIlS.-OFTICE OS TlilNTER'S ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEKICK STREETS.
VOL I,; :
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY. JULY 20, 1802.
abibsoit (County jOircctorn.
; .JOHN HUUIl SMITH, Jfiy.v
4 WII.l.laM SHANK, keruriltr,
;- in jiruMiiiJiV, Muh.x ; , j !
Jvjmy Vannil. W. II. WiVklnmn, A. C. Tucker,
ud Jainea A. Steel. ' ' '
Cltrki otln M.nlctl lilui i:huinliley,. otflcu., Aral;
Jon I.. Ryan, second , and John KcJJick, Ihird
Tax AueUur William KrivtT.' "
l,vmn VMJVrw. A. 8. MumHtoiJ. .
R'uer TaM Voltrctur K. II tierrelt.
Tro.irr R. lurnry.' ' '
Wkurf JMlrri-TlnifcM Iak..
rliiserAitoirfr. lAe irerlAouee J. Q... Dodd. ;
Ihymitltmlnt e (A H'uler WerU Jamua Wyull.
OA i ( aW i Ajxwfmmt-Jclin II. Heabnry.
fiexb.a af flit Ofnetore T, ll MvUrlde.
Sire Ovirrr J.li. Stewart.
Cil i(luriw( Julio Mcrball Smith.
i OlTvl COUNCIL. --'
IL.irJ Attrme V. M Brien. rroeident : J. K.
No man, U. A. J. May Held, H.u. Bootrel.Wiu. S Hunt
ham, J. 0 Hoilth, M O. I. Claiborne, and Jae. Kubb.
Cvmmun CmncilVf.V. Juuca, rrealdeiit i William
Roberta, T.J. Yerbroogb, Win. js-Wer, Win. Stewart,
ljialillDUth, W. Mo-Woe, Jam Turner, CM. South
gattr,A, J.Cule, Ja. Havia, Andrew Aoderaoo, J. II.
KdowIch, aud.Jubo Cready.
imii onumriaiu om oirr ukmuil.
f'MHHMt-KnowlM, Hcxivel awl Cole.
WHr H'arka Aadoi K, Honth and ClalbiTue.
MayBald, Cbeath-im and Claiborne.
Wharf H-mmtm, Ftawait and Toruur.
Jfinji(iJ Jooei, Mayfleld and Sloan. ;
Mt AwU Cbeat!am, May Held aud touilo,
I)pr(M Cri-ady, l)rlTr and Nawman.
Cat Drtrer, CliMilham aud HTla. '"
Cnulrry Pmllb, Rtewarl and Newmau.
MarkU iuaM Robert, SI .wart and Turner.
Wi Boogh, Oialberna and Da via.
i'ullc. CbNittiam , Brlen ard Andertrtn
fiprinytUMifXi , Claiborne and Brlen.
HuK. tinlltin, MayCtl4 ane fwmht.
ImyrovrmtmU t-l JTrjadierM Cole, Scovel and
Public tvfrrty nrten, Clioatham and Tnrnof.
JVW tlwtt Mayllul'l, Juuea and Roberta.
vTr(-Bnard'r.l Alirini niwu the'Tu.lya
n.n peillsi'the rMtped and fnarlh Ttierilyi I
ra. h month, anil ttie Common tXninell the atx'ond
and Umrth TU'lrtdayi In iUU mfiilb. i :
: 1 ' ' i ' . ' . 1 I . ' I
. ,JIOHT f.OLICE. :
Air.l LwttfMia4-Wra. Yarbroufli,
rooai .mH.ipU Johu H IlaTlf.
..(l,'oit Win. Jackaoo, JoUb Cavcnder, Nlch Da
laJei' MilHp, Waa.iwkur, John Cottrall, Willliun
j Mayo, Jolia KkI, 1- W. Wright, Joh IMrJsolt,
j Kobvrt foult, W. C. rula,Thomaa Fraucla, Andrew
I Ji.yra. liaTid Yatra, and Cbarlea llailtt.
j Ar The Polloo Court In opm-d pvory morning at
' niiHi.u'uff'ok. 4 "
it t W h ' . - . ' '
pUrrif Jauiua M Iluit.ot. . U.J,mi.-Tl.oui H"b
on und J. K. Plu.'hanun.
Itrylit' Pli Ineaw (larrell.
TmttM W. Japer TayUir.
( reJt-pf H. Ik-lcbur.'
Hnenut '.,H.V..r J. 11. Uriley.
.uilroa.1 T.lt ,(r. ,.r-W. ll. it..b.
Jnliu h. (Ji.u er
aii'l J . I). Ndvvinaii.
JV.H J.. Jaui. WLIU ut!i
.r f. I Imhil.y Nirli.rt.
TTIui Jud(e'i (unit nil-, ik the llml Monday In
raidi nion lb, nl )UH4uilejly tiiurt.ooMiuowd nf
the Magialralnr m the l.iinty, la hold the (li ft M.m
day Hi Jainury, Airil, July ami Oi bilur.
Ju.(ji-llnu Nalhiiulcl 1I.U1.T.
t'Urk David C. I.oto.
A,a-Tt)o C.mrl aiila Ilie ftnit Monday in Mitirli
aud ."epli uiber.
r- - CRIMINAL COURT.
JHtgf-ytm. Wflllau If. 'l ui u. r.
( Vr t'harl II. DiKKona.
407- Ttie Court lm la Hie llr.l Uouday lu April Au
,Miit mid Dedeiiilier. '
( ( 'a.iiirrH.ir Hon. famiiol D. i'rierpon.
iWk anil M,iYer J. K. lileav.l.
IU too it luet,U Ilia llraU Uolulav III l 'J and
, i. o. o. r.
JoHX F. Unit;, (Van nertila,ry, .IkmiIiI be liln'J
at S'liftttillt, TritH.
Tuixrnt l i-'ij. A'ol Vvaia every Toemlay Fou
lug, at tbeir llall.oa the corner of I'nl'm and
hut alreete. Tlie ulDoera r the pnveilt term, are:
I). . lM'.ueur.N (1 ; J. E. Milln, V ,J. 1- WeaWey,
i.-. ri'liiiy ; I. K Spala, Treoauior.
7.ik. l.o,lti, .No. UV Mini, ul tlie U'no i!iu
ory Xtonday Kmiudk Tlui uin.ira are: R A
'.. .-.tiry ; !!. 1'. Bf.'sa.Trvas-jr.T.
Smil.y I.O.V., . W'-.il' la al lU. lr lb.ll, ou Auilb
lierry alioet, e.ary Ffl.lay Irealuic. Wie idll. era
ire: o C Covert, N ll; Frank llarman, V.tl ; Janus
.all, .'relary ; W. M MuII.tj , Trr nurer.
Jworo I.odjf, So. 109, (lirriuan) Mela at lb.
tail, loruer of I'ulon aud Simiuirr atreela, every
;iiiue4! Ki-rtUtigr-TliavWaeraarai U eeb Binli,
y !;.i rlvvirua',f 0., ' Wturlidi.docniUtyi
leO. Melferlff, Treiuurer
Ki.ljWy Wjinj.K., .Vj I Meet at Hie Imv Hall
.n tbe Orit and third Wodueadey f eb tuoiilh.
I'll. oftVereere J. a'. Mill.. C.1'.;T. 11 Noltruie, HP;
I. F Fuller, 8.W; I'elrr Harri., Jr., J W. ; Joliu F.
II. le, Ibe ; n, R Cdlter, trwaurer.'
Miami l'.viHjwel, So 4 kliela at tbe
bove IU I on Hie e.oii.i and iourlh Wodoeaday
ItbM of eaelt nu'iilh.' Tba uilWwa ar . Jaa, T lieli.
t .; Henry Apple, II !; 1.. Moker, H W.; II. Kried
nan, J W Clwi'.eH Ku.lifi, Srlbe; J N. ai.l,
VKTUVAL AND DEPARTTJKE OF TRAINS.
i.ui.vill. Nuli.illeR R Tralu leave, at T.4.',A.M,
" " " arr. at d M V M.
.aabvllle A DiVator R It Timu leaver at 4 00, A Bf
" arr. al 1 l0, P 1
..ah a I'li.iuuo It It Tram la ri al 10 00,
" " " r at
ADAMS EXPRESS COHFANY.
ul ni'K : No. M, Cui.ar Sum
Ptfiauua wlabiua lo aeud Frelbt and reeke. by
li,. ilJruiuii rr.iii-. ur me un imiuia int N.
iui, and tiKUTUlB aD liBtiTla liiunoAifl,
jkit Lave tle u tbe o. by t o'clock tlaa
Daviison Cocntt DinucTORY Continurd.
MILITAEY QUAKTER3 AND OFnCERS.
Putt Headquartere on lllsh Itral. (Ji-n. burnout
ihttrl.l ll.wil.iatt.'ra oa roruinor ttn-et (Ir
Vnrd'a rtald.aee ) Cant. Oreo, A. A. (I.
Hrmwt JL-aoViartera en ( liarch .Iish-i.
(Female Atadrmy.) t'l. Stanley Mllbewa.
L'fci- A Hilar Qmrlcrmuur I leadmiarUra OB
Cli. rry itrocit f Vu. 10, (Jde Catiou'a r.aidi uoe.)
(pt. J, D. Biiitliain.
AuiMunl (ptorlmtwiir Cliatlanoeg lJULul :ipt.
AuiMlaitl inarUrinniitr Vine ilr.et, near Nra.
I'olk'a reflUenca. Cupt. K. K T.iuil.
AuUkmt QuariermatterNu. 8T, Mnrknl etr.t.
Capt, J. K. Hale.
Vhttf CuiiiilMr)i-II''adqurtera, No. 10, Vine at.
Cai.t. R. Macfeely.
Oommimary nf BultliMm Hi oad itreet. Copt.' S.
I.I I lie.
Acting CWmiMary rf MnitumctCutnet of Ilroad
and Cohere itretrf. Lieut Charlea Allen.
Mnlkal tHrtcUr Suniuiet alreet. (IV. Ford'a old
reatdnnce.) Sor(. m, K. Swift. ."
3fJicu rvtyor' Ofli Church Itreit, MiRoulc
nullilln(. R. PiaTi a, Surgeon, Dili Kentucky In
fantry, Aetln Vic leal IMrt.ynr.
A EE. IV AX, AND DEPABTUfiE OF MAILS.
Korthorn Mall.tla Lonlnille, arrln-t Dally, 4.30 P.M.
" " ' ! . leate " f .46 A.M.
Columbia, ia T. k A. U.K. ' arrlira 6.30 P.M.
' . laM .10A.M.
Htmlbyville, f la N. 4i 0. B.K, errWoa 1.80 P.M.
. . " " leavee . lo.OOA.M.
Uliauon, . arrlvee ' 12.00 M.
" , . . Irarea " X0 P.M.
Xempliia Mall, leaiiia Dally, r a lonUrlllo and Cairo.
I'dST-OKKIClW OI KS BCYUNI) LtBANUN AIIE-t
Liberty, , Alexandria) '
(iurdouerllle, BmllbTlllo, ,
Watertowu, J.onlog'a Fork.
I OHT OKFICta ON MNR OF K. C. ILR
Jordan' Valley, or ' Bh.lbyillle, .
, tlirlllua. ' ralmettw, , ,
B. B: CONNOR & BRO.,
, Nl). 6 CXIU.KciS HTIUtkrr.
New Mlock umt recrled and lor aale
I law to rio oat loaiitnmeiiii,
iJJ kililajalt,ior aale by
COiVNOR k BR5.
JQJj boiee A1.T, lor aale by .
Coll. Hul'K, for aale by
CONNOR it BllO.
bbl.. Coal OIL, lor aale by
f half bbli.
Coal oil,, for aaloby
CONNOR Jt BRO.
doiun UR0ilkl,tor aule by
CONNOR At BRO.
, lor aale by
-rAKL'll, pr aale by
CONNOR A BllO.
1 1) IbealaTtA, loc Bali- by
16 ap g
CONNOR Sl IIIIO
half cliebta TKA, lor.
CONNOR 4 HHO.
It) oudit-M 'IKA, lor lale by
J ap 8
CONNi-iR A IlltO,
1 bon a Yodel I'OiVDKKS, lor .me by
lJ ape (oNNclK A llilo
unki. SOMA, for Hii'U by
KrorK MA l'l IIKS, for lulu by
Iv-VL ap CONSOK 4 IlKll.
ii r-x bone. Sur CtMiLkS,!!- aale hy
4it) apt CONNOR A lllto
)ir: luii.-i oul-liKK, lor a.ilu by
COMNOK A CO.
hblfl. VINKOAK, I T (bio by
CONNOR A HU'l.
kin. UAl.UON, f r altt iy
CXINNOH A IlltO-
kil. MAI.-HhRKl7,lnr Mle by
CONNolt h BRO.
r kita IIKItKINO, lor aale by
CONNOR & WHO.
,) kit. SIIAli, f.n UHli by
mw ap B
I( libla TttolT, for aale by
CONNOR A IIKO.
IiIMh MAi'KKiiH., for aula by
ap 8 CXiNNOR A DUO.
bbla. ClllhR, Inr auK'by
'i ap It
CXINNOR A Ill'.O.
I li.nea dii.'J IlkKINd
CONNOR A BUO
I bolea lined ;
11) ap H
i-u'e.l , fur Mali, bf
O keH NAII.", loi naic by
OV7 apa CONNOR BllO.
.''k bbl. Cru)ie.l Snar, Tor aale liy
JV ap Oi.NNOR A BRO.
It, I f li'i. MKAI., for aale by
CO up l) CXINNOR A BHO.
lilo. Kl HI ll, for iwje by
(X IN NOR J BRO
ea-e HAkH, f"rf bv
C)( ..k. tI0K.t, for Bale by
CON NO A BRO.
CONNOR A IlltO.
obiB uuu I'ol a lofci, lr eale by
4iV-V 7 apg
Oi" bolea freab (lard
Sr Kit, f r M.. bv
tOSMHt k HIU).
bbla Ouiou KTH, lor "'' by
(HtNN'OR k HKO.
W t aoria of tHntn, buh wt will t:Lae out ow,
our old iWud, No. b CollCa!KtnMt.
e( I 11 H CONNOR k HKO.
f MIK attccitoD of oitl-wna, atratiiffrt, end othra via
X ttiuK Naubville, rtiulriUt tulidal aid, ta r.p4fl
fully oallfd to tbm oaHc, No 111 IWtlciH k airiM't.aiV
oud Haior, iH'twwa Cilery and tha A-tiam.
lr. CoiaMiM ia ao old practitioner of tixslu iue; hit
almoet ui.J'ui UhI rixri.'iue aud OMlmifK aur.'
for niajiy yfr immI , iu the lrotim'(U of rnj v tb lia
ajuttaa, baa ludiued kino to dr'vnt hm undividod atl.n
ln-u U all diat'aaoa nf Mna Utlure. Miiy rjutv ol
the tiMtal iiiVPloieiti i namciiir have pivmptiy yitldtjd
to hie luipiA'Vafd UKdliod ol troalUM-ut.
Primary , S-cMtiiai) , Torl;r) and Hi rediUry Hypb
ilia, GoucrrUa, uut iuid ed dnwrnKa'a ol the jkihi
woi uriiry ainna, Uit i With uo rcauiaium Ui lti
A fi-inala Irrotfolftr illoa aud fuin-U4iaJ lad'-raotte
insula of tho Womb, and the diHiuute anainf Iriiro
Wt-eUilH.B aud III muitf! ariuntioa.
KvioyOaiM-of Kwhu'ible Kupluna, and of I'l'oa.aad
t'iolata..a of tha Hoi tutn. and oiat cwM-a af aiuift,
1-eu be curt-d bv a provia n.rly vinUa If eiihef
t.l the UlUvr ra-ivw m uii.l--ri4.'U by lr. lii irie, a
cor il fir3r4it.( marrun.'wl. tvii a crvlil tiaiubauid
B a p-ki' uia tha uec.'aeaiy lu U ai'ona -l n. c w
ru,luih lui impiorid uiftbibd of ornit
J'vraoua ot eilh. ra I ariJuit lu rmu ur by h-tif.
(.teM-riviiin ray) wu In B-et a mpiotiui uf any aruU
leiino diaaiF.cu b carv-t, in muel rAa, by ibi
ttUntia iiM-llurd, iu bwty clfihl b--ur
ttUHit waDd', proni, aUi li"ti. and Wthloralt
0tBkii..a, will B vru h:iu with hie iir.-t b
Ke BkiM4jAi v UiM'd ty Ui trtiiuiMil of e
i-irr.i-nr. ea be tvlH-Tf (iu an-t aw) li pr-iu. oe
WtujatewM Ukn tltfti tt ia given to cura.
t0i. tvmia iruui a at la tbe aoruiitj nil nta la
travail U.4. au ltt. 'wa-ly
Committed to Jail
OV Davi'laoM (Vunty, July 1, 1MTJ, a Negro Han,
a bo aavx li Ik umne i. CAM, nuH be b.-ioiu.'a u,
ie-rEe Aruilrirtill, ot Wllirainwoll (Mint v , Tnu. ; HffM
21 )-ara( weiicbn ld& n..ii d; , 6 l'-"t loibwa higli;
lof , blark; no markM. The owoer la re.juciiUMl 'a
oiue lorward, prore proierty, uiel imy chitrifra, a
tbv law direct. J. M. HI VTuN,
July V at. Kl.uria and Jiuior ul 11. ('.
Committed to Jail
OF IiHvldwin County, T. nn., July 3. IsilJ, a Neiru
B..y, wbo aay. bin name m HKNRV: Bays be be-
loii;!l lo WilliHiii Iteed, ol Clurkfiville. Tvnu.; nued Vi
yeni ri; wi-IkIik vuur lOUpooiuJti; 4 fe.H Vi iuehei. Inh ;
olor, bltt' ., nouiatke. Die owDer i. n-MUe.led Ul
ouie forward, prove proijerty, and pav rb.irireH a
lb. law direeiv J. V HI Ml IN,
July , 1S'!2. ' rilierin and Jailor ol D. C.
Committed to Jail
OK Diividunn (jcwin'y, T4'6u., July ft, lHfiv, Negro
Utu, wkn ft.? k Ul nni I KKl HKN; havb Iim
ti(ti'(l VI yarn; w ihn lib KJURtn; Iifiht, b red 7
inh;ifilriff bltwl.; varoi rtitUt witM. Tlieowacr
V ifqut-MtnU to roini! fnri J, , ruvr noji-rty, anl puj
tlinr m thr iuw Uirecu. J. M. HISH),
iiilj V, lf.-.r H. . bliTHI und Jailor ul V. i .
Committed to Jail
6F Pavl'-sou 1'ajuiiI . Ti-ua.. July 0, a NYgto
Man, wii" cuyi hi imm-' Is (KoK(IC; hhym
lx tii(i to Vau Ai.hr, of Wliil Utiiuiy, Tcbii.;
18 Vum; wvikIii 1M pouuil; 6 1ml ti in h.-s liiirli:
co!r, bUrk; mimU -Huron It'll fre!!niier. owuur
In rvque-ilrd to cuii furwAid, prove iruiiir'T,aud imf
ctiaruut, tli lw tliju.-tH, J. il.HIN L'uV, .
Juij f,l(JY iil. hhri(Tiid Jfiilur if It.
Committed to Jail
OK Itftvl lni (uiily , Juiif i:,th 1H62, a n)rro mnn
wlm snyi hin nuiim w AUKAHA Mi fvi 19 betttit
to Samuel Alkcntfn, of ( hftllittin county Turn ;
about 81 or tt3 jruatri obi, Mfijiht alMul 14ft tir 160 !) ,
6 feit 'i imhi-' ltijh, copar color, aiiur on chmk
ahdtjt one JrcU Iudk, unall Hcardgc of lh hulr atovA
nj'ii u tuple.
, Tlie ownttr in rfqtntr(l to nonie fn'tirj, iiroY? pru
pertf nd puy cUarui.aa LIm Im Ulrert.
J M JjJ1NTN,
Jun-2i-a - . Bhorlff aud Jailor of O. C.
Committed to Jail
OF rtaririwiQ county, Juiia Ul, IHti'J, a nro oian,
who aari hit name ia bull; auvi ! ui.k
W Ttn'ui!ta C Walker of Maury ccuutv, Tetm.; tuie
about lb or 20 year old, weight about 160 pomta..
rwt iti tivin in hlntit : color l;nck, no nuiriiH;
Tha owner la ratiiiaeUti tnxme forwud, uruvebrO'
pei ty, ai d puy charge, u tbe Uw dlre'tn.
J. M. HIMTU3T,
Juno2fl 3t Sherltl aud Jailor oi D. C.
Committed to Jail
OF PavtiliMio oouDiy, Juu 2-., 'lOU, a Dero man
who aaya bia namtt ttl ARTri0H;aud beliiuivra lo
Wm i. Htuurt ol Warreq ooudiv, IV nu.. about
46 yrara ; wet,,bH abnut 145 or 150 potiuitg ; 6 f t
ia hm hliiy ;ohirnlack ; hvy whisk.
Tha owner la requHtt-d to come furwurd, prove
pruperty, ana. pay charge, aa tha law dircte.
)QT.'jO--jJt 1 . 1 ftierlH' and Jailor off . C.
Committed to Jail
OF Havidaoa county Jaua 2:uB lSb'A a nfrro bny,
wbo euyg bin name ia Al-X, aud bflonn to Um
MrGrekfor of W eon c. ; tif yrrn itd ; wcijrhe about
1CU or 1k LroumU : d fi ot C inrben bUU : goior black ;
jcarOD sccuDd ttiiirnr on Mi hand.
The owner ia rejiiHted to rou, forward . prove
properly, and pity chargoe, as the law dinin.
J. M. Hl.NTON,
Jun('2 3t Sheriff nd Jailor af D. C.
Committed to Jail
OK Davldeoa eouiily, Jnlie fr, lH, a netfril mnn,
wbo eaytibi. name IB l'ANltl.; s.i. bv be:uua t''
Mr.. I.ur.inka O. Ilrown of M oiry eouuty. ne.ir Sj.i Ilk
Hid, Teuu: nuc about 'Ji'. yeaia old ; we'ulin alh.lit 1.0
or ISO aiiiDilfi ; 6 feet ll tuvbuB bit.li, niu.iII M'.ir lu
cetilre lorehilnl. r.
The owner j. reipieited to cnin forward, prove pro-(M-rty,
and pay charge., ae the law dlreet.
J M. IIINTON,
June ,1 1 Sheriff nnd .Inilor of D. C
Committed to Jail
OK Davidson county, IVun., June to, 1MI2, n m gro
girl, who aiya her n:tin ia JOANNA, mid b.lougri
to ttolrl William., of frrahklin, Ky., ni;. thoul 17
or IN year. ; b levt'2 lui-b.-B ImkIi ; ; wuau. alxait 10
miuno. ; ilurk eopper e.ilnr. I tie owner in r.-.juefteL
to come forward, prove property, mid juit rlihie. ae
ibe law .lit-. i u J. SI ul l'nN,
iilie'.0-;it Sheriir und Jailoi of l. C.
Committed to Jail
OK I'avid-ioli i:ouht , Juno 101 ti lMii, a lie'rii liuu
Who i.ivh bH UVne IS MILTON ; .itv. ho bel' lirt
lo J.lM-pb Carter, of M:irabHll county, AU'.mEO aliout
J4 yeeiH ; we!(li. ib pouioU , 5 feel 7 iticbi. toah ;
color bljck , 1-C4T by butu aliove the light wrlHt
The owner is r.ipie-U-d .i come lor wnr.l , pi ov pro
ierty, ami pay fli.lrgcHi.a the l.nv dlrir.lH.
.1. M. IIINTON,
In nets lit Sberill and Jailor D. C.
Committed to Jail
OK D.vidaotl eolniQty, June Kith, lNlii, a m-Riil Riaa
who aiiva In. limine la ilAMI-.l, ; tciy R lie h.-ion-.
ko RK-liard lioKa, c.f IVt.rhhall ceuiity, AI:i.;aio alN.ut
'Jl r VI yearn; vvinylis I no or In.'. I.I.3., 5 lot a iu lie.
hliffi ; no ihitrka ' color blufk. 'I'lie oivner is r..iu.'it
ed to u me liil ward, provu proMirly, au.l p ly i-leul-.
an i no Iuw direct. .1. M. IIIMoN,
juiieIN at Slierill and Jailor, II. C
Committed to Jail
iV liiivl'lmin eiuitity .June lltb,
V w ho eaya hia nunc pi A A Uo N ;
Mn 111' bfluliUK 10
.UM artor, of M.irhlmll county, Ala ; ur 4 Hout lb)
yea i h ; uiih 4I10111 MO or Hi p in.iU . b lr-t 0 im ln
iiikjb ; to Bi.ti ka ; color blai k. Tbe uwiut U .-iiniL-Hit
lo (xinio m w nl, prut 1 iri:j'i'i I) ' , a lot p v rli tri-M
hm Ihi law .hr..(- J M Mlst"N,
JuuvIK -Jt Ui r;(t anil Jailor o( t.'.
Committed to Jail
HVldrion (Miiuiv, .In ii4 1'jili, ht4 a nrro nmn
Kit ya Ilia rmini ts Al.tX : fiiyt hi tfclt-iikfaj
in I ucv M11 tb, ot 1 avi'isoa ium.uu, Toua,; auti
abotit )t fiira , wtMbaj 4ii or l.r0 imuii'l ; 6 in'l 6
In.-litB bigch; nopHr roior : no iiirkt. It.fowut-r m
riHiui Biml lo ootuu torwrbrd, provoj property, und my
1 b.irg.-a x t!iJ Uw Jtrt'i t.
J M HINTON,
lunoll nt SIotiU llml JttiU.r il 1).
Committed to Jail
OF iaYitaHti coi.uly , Juiui 14, 1 ', a iitvro ui ui,
whoei.a bia nuiut ia (.r-CKt.K V ASIIlSi lu ;
aaya he ht loiuit ary Aun Ycwpun, of Warren
oouuly, Ky , a.-d about 4u year ; wt-mhn lib "r hu
Itta. ; 0 I (Ml 1 u tc hty U ; ciior mihi k ,iiuuU kur 011
lun liod ; Hinull mlta. Tltf tw nor 1 rt'i(U-ltad to
come furwkrd , proyo rortv au-1 pty rharc"a aa
tbn law diri-u. J. M. HIS lUtV
IdtielM At Sherd and Ja lor of D.
Committed to Jail
OF lamvidtxin oouiuy, Jiini- 15. l'i, a upturn n an
who tyti li ia 11 nit ia t'Ol.l' M lll.rf ; tay.i bo Imv
loiikfu to t r . M K itu n, ol M iiiry roiajly , l nii , a
Tthuiit Ha o4m ; wviA-hH ai'otii ioir 1 45 pouioia 0
1i fl , uu ln"i hii ti ; knikr ln:ntiy hnir , 1 o inn r culur ;
no uiaiaa. ihe owner t rniufatf I U ctHiie Mr
warl, prove proiien nl i)' t hrtj'-a nth" Uw di.
mu ' J. M IHMuN
JtiDt 1K-31 Hlifrilt and .Uii.-r of I C.
Committed to Jail
I'aivMni.u i ouuly, T uu . June 0th, 1m 2, a Uf-
ro tlrl, UHind A I -1 I r. ; hi rhe (tK-ih- to
Irvlu lb nil,, of alaiury t ouniy, 1uu H .1 kit)
kbout 18 or alt) yviet old; wrihft ehont l.liui 1 U)
jBt.mi.'a; 6 ftft 6 tiuh- lit'li, two emul) citmun
lor hfattl ; ai-er on uppur iip at the e t- w tho u.e ;
ttiu owner l r.Mjm'ait.'d to come f rward, prjvo
prt'i9iiy, and puy rliaixra, aa tho law tth-m in
J. M. IIIMKN,
Juiu tV-:it aht rift and Jaiioi ol 1. I.
Committed to Jail
T DiivMav oouutv.oo the Wtb or Jjn,
V Utyroina.il who ha 11111- i 1 A VI 1 ' , tti.-l
hay a be bull to I.ucy Situt ti , ot I evK'eon county ,
1'tnu ; ft'f jl.nul VV y .! , Wfii-a 1 H vt M p nit U ,
5M 1 in.'t.oi hlk:li no H.avi W ; k'ohir b:n. k . I'i.
owner ia rwjjotued U iuii.i p rAru, piove prt)
p-1 ty and py 1 Lufun u the iuw dir- '
J M II1MN1M,
JUDoIm tiorin und Jut r of ll. V.
Committed to Jail
Ii i-..ii louniv, 1 .1,11 , .i. ncU fo 1, a ue
gro m.u.Mlio .at. hi. l.:uiie K I 11 V Kl,r-- at,. I
U'leu." to Ku-b4 Hi.tili viir 2 n.,.e. I eyi.nil Hr. ot-
Woou, 111 W llu ui'U .ouiny lenll , ubeul VI yi.tia ol
age; Weigh, tla.ni !.. . -m d. , l Icl S, li.. b-.
I'lli ; ec-r on la. a ot lei l haul 1 ha own. r I. re
Hit.lj.1 lo c-Hiio loiwm.1, p.ui. pri'peny, and pay
ihttlge., a Ibv I,.. Ulleoi.
J l HINTilN,
juiivla-.il S:.cnd ai.d Ja.o.r ol ll C.
1 Alaikv: .Ul.
T r. u si s :
lUll.T Cniox, per aiinuin fl 00
" " week M
Tui-WnnLr Uio, annnra, . . r. . . . .'. CO
VBhL Uaios, pur auuuia .., .tJ Od
u.ti:s i)K aivi;Utisi.j.
. (ran UNBy.ie LBMiro mmflmn i agiua ) .
1 rVUarr, 1 day, fl 00 dark Bil l lol .l iiuerta.D I bO
1h, goo ea. li addil'i nul l.piare I bU
2 " 4 60
1 moiilh, fl 00
I " ft 00
I " l'J 00
" in oo
To AlJVJEIt'nKliH in IJKTAIIj
TBE WM I. RK .1 Fl 1.L0W4 :
CJniirter CoIiiiiiii, 1 no nth ,'
.. W 00
.. 113 00
.. 40 to
., 4o 00
.. So co
.. .15 (10
.. 65 0J
.. hfi 00
.. J) 00
.. 40 0U
.. i oo
.. 70 1 0
.. 110 00
a " , ...
VI v ...
:l " ...
Vi " ...
oho I oiumn
' " i :i
" : , u
eeupyiiig any h,. c hi I po.llion ,',i-
tiif., 'ill per u.u additional
t pet hi pntiuun ciii.me,
lu per cent
bT Advortrieini'ntt Inaerled In tlie l ocal Colon.n
chained at LhtralHol twenty oenla per line.
Change, mny bo made pwiodleally when BsT.ed
neon; but erery bueli tlinu-e will involve liiiu i
llri.e, to be paid for by the advert l.T.
tlivii.a ejttJif tkrjinte u)triuud fur 'jiitt
1'4 cliurijtil fur li. tj-ei'M. t ,
' lUurrlmfo una t'unnral tlt cx,
When blcodlni; fire lines, v. Ill lu iliaigid at the
I ' uaual ailvert:aiii rauv. , ;
I Ainatincciaenti of C'niiUitutc.. '
fo Htaib Omrawt. ...$l(i 00
Cask required in adv.iaee for atl advrtli-tmeuta,
aaliij by apocial agroauiont . , ... - ,
Jw; ih nnit rtlyruMl, have thli day adotod the
nbo r,toa, to all lib we. Mud nurnelroa atilotlp to
H'lliore. ... , i ....
j ' Will CAVIKU0V, for tli niioa. '
' JOim WAt.LAC:, fortbi. Di'pnUk '
Kabuviui, Tmu.; Jaly l'J, UHJ, , ,
TUESDAY M0UNING, JL'LV 2'., lS(i2.
GOV. WEIGHT'S "WAR SPEECH.
Bill tn nitth'rize (lie .use licit! .Prnjvrty.
and (he tmploijnient of S'egroes in military
Doliveicd lu t e.s.uAta,u'y li'i,. Ijfl3. ,
Mr. Wrifiht I liavo a taw Vcniaika lo
make on this suhjoot, wit limit lvptrd to
my particular taction of llio bill. I had
itiU'iidi'd Homo wwkil ui) ) say souie
thino; on tho confincaliou liil, lint my
hcaltli would not justify it.' "So far an
I ho question of slavery in cnnwriird, I Iic
licve tho Senato will hear, mo witnesg
that I havo never luiiiKled in t be dulialci
on that suhject ; nnd 1 am very sure that
if no nm tvotild evif infrodiii'u it hero
until I had thine co, the siiljivt wonld
wvor he Niihiiiitteil to tho Ornate of the
milled Maun; yet 1 111! rik 1 h)i all In!
thorniiglily undi'intood hetoru I cont ludy.
We havo iisrd a bill mi the sub
ject of conlisclitroii, which fives the
l'rtsidejtt Miwr t employ negroes to
work at his tligcii.tioti. I believe he had
the power without that hill ; mull will
take thin occasion to say to in y friend
from New York IMr. Man igl that so far
as the exercise of that power is concerned
bv our Kuiici-aU, my iufoimalion is not
ol tho character lie Hives to us in Ihu lei
ter from (icneral leClellau. I havo
letter before inc, written in the South.
from a Rcutlcman that J havo known for
many years, aud I purpose now to read
an extract from it in reialiot! to (icneral
llallcck's order No. !J. ify IVicnil writes
" llallcek' order No. ;!, has killed at
least ton thousand of your western sol
tuers. ion can sco llieiu in every car
and ou the corners of every stieet. At
jllamburi;, four inilm abiive rilNburir
N Landing, there were two thousand seven
S I......I.....I ..l.l: i j . . i .
iiiuiiii rum nun Mm, una hi x nunoreii
llutd been taken aiyay the day before wo
'were there. I saw di tacliiiieiits of our
troops inaklii"; roads in the hot sun ; I
haw the boats bciiifr unloaded by thorn:
lnid, in fact, younjr men, noble men who
JiaU spmtiu; to arms to save the country,
were per form in;; labor which was enough
to break down the constitution of the
htroiie-est; and I did nut see a single black
nan at work on any of tho landing on
tho Tennessee and Cumberland rivers;
Jitil 1 (ltd sco two stout fellows bUckini;
lue bonis nt rebel prisoner on board the
steamer I nclo Sam at I'il inborn- Land
This is tho authority of a Roiilieman I
can vouch for as a man of respectability
lie Kent me another fact. lie inclosed
me a lit of four hundred and seventy sick
men who were then on board one steamer,
niuHlof whom were from my ownKUtc and
Ohio; and out of (ho whole list but threo
were woundud in battle. They were
all afflicted with (he diseases of Ihe coun
try, as shown from the list opposite to
each name, and hut thrso were wounded.
1 only rt Ter to this to show (he fact that
I will e,o as far as any man iu prosecu
ting this war, in upholding the generals
ia the field, In sustaining any propositiHii
that may bo necessary, to employ these
men, i.ul only at work and labor, but to
do whatever els maybe necessary, with
iho vitstt means CJod has givnn us, tj save
the life of the Republic. Hut, sir, I wish
here to prutc-M aamal bringing this sub
ject again before tho Senate day after
day. When it hag been one passed
trion, I think wa ouht to be saliied.
We hare solemnly paused a bill civing
this power to the .'resident; and if ho
will not Cxercise Ihe power, 1 do no!
know v list Bioie wo can do than enact a
new article of War. This, however, is
mil the direct subject to winch I desire
to rail the attention of the Senate.
My fi,t proposition on the suhject of
his bill is Ha ; 1 he b. lievud In.iji the
columella tin tit of this war, and i km
ini'io confirmed in that belief every day
as it progresses, that we hsve not relied
enough upon the patriotism of this conn
try. tlad iho drafting of this lull fail. u
upon me, I should havo Incorporated
within it no such provision for bounty, as
1 find heroin proposed to nine and twelve
months' men. I would not eneourapo 1he
States in ollerlng the larfre, liberal boun
ties they ar now plvinfc (hronghnnt New
Lngland, and elsewhere, lo induce the
enlistment of men.
I have desired lo see a direct proposi
tion from tho General (iovernuient pre
sented lo tho patriotic people of the vari
ous States of my country at this perilous
1 1 mo to our hopes and institutions, that
would fro to, nnd arouse the deep, earnest
heart of every man within them. Patri
otism and generosity are the proudest at
tributes of this great jieople. Call upon
lliera Tarnrstly, appeal (o them forth
exercise of Ihrse noble virtues, and we
should behold company after company,
regiment after regiment, aglow with tho
kindlings of liberty nnd love of their
blood-cemented country, with arms nerv
ed to (he fury of any conflict,
efVuiirp a tlie w .eme wlu n lercsU are rcLiled.
C'.inCnii ft' to wr.vei cun.e' when n.iv-e. are .traml.
marching to the field, clolhed, fnrnisltcd,
yea and mined, if necessary, by (heir
Own means, (o put down this unholy re
bellion. Mir, if there is not patriotism
enough in this country to save it, I foar
me it will perish; I dare not trust its sal
vation to these liberal bounties. :
I wrote to the President in November
Jast; and I onlf refer to it lo show that I
was of the same opinion then, that I
boiied (his Congress, beforo they were
many days in session, would authorize
the States In (his Union to bring out half
a million ol men, and seo what States
would respond nnd furnish (hem with
theirown wsgnns, their guns, and equip
ments complete. I desired to fee 9 how
tuauy men would volunteer to go into (his
struggle oot for money; for it. is my
solemn conviction to-diy that (here aro
odioers iu our army who are mere hangers
on, wbo are dead w eights lo our cause.
Sir, it is time for us to make an appeal to
(he patriotism of (Uo country, uninflu
enced by pecuniary considerations.
"W hilo I am willing (a pay the soldier,
While I am willing to make a contribution
to take care of bis family, we ought to bo
careful not to make his enlistment a
matter of money. Wo should be cauti
ous about securing volunteers with a
price, but rely alone and (irmly on tho
pure and noble hearts of this country.
Sir, 1 must express fears that dilliculty
has grown out of error ou this point. I
fear there has not been a true appreciation
of our condition among us as tho repre
sentatives of (he people. There was a
great deal of truth uttered by (ieneral
Wallace, of my own Slate, the oUmr
night, in (hose magic words : " lie uvinf
to make war." Sir, we ww to make war;
wo uMif to make vxtr. There was much
force, also, in the reply made the other
day by an olliccr in Alexandria, when ho
was asked by the commissary depart
ment what he wanted; "7 icar rnpri in
Alexandria." It was a laconic reply, but
it meant a great deal. 1 purpose lor a
few moments lo look at a lew facts that
stare ns in the face. What has been tho
condition of our army'. When 1 was
in Kentucky in (ho month of October
last, spending a few weeks, (here was
a regiment located right in the l'.lue
tirass region, whero (hero aro a great
Inany secessionists who have inter
ests at the South. I was told' when (hat
regiment left there, they had never touch
ed or taken a thing from any man. Gov
ernor Wicklilfe, of the olher,llousc (old mo
of a regiment from my own Statu thai re
mained for some weeks in his region with
perfect order, perfect discipline, and per
fect system, and not one particle of prop
erty was taken or injured. When our
army took Williamsburg Ihe oilier day,
they took possession of a lunatic asylum,
and placed our own physicians in it, and
furnished our own means for its support.
What treatment have we received iu re
turn'. What has been the policy pur
sued lor nil this lenity and kindness '!
Need 1 answer, when we have all seen
these nrmed rebels defy the laws of Je
hovah Himself, violate every law of man,
and outrage every sentiment of humani
ty. I havv honestly regarded ns Ihe on
ly measure that w ill save the country the
bill to conliecato tho property of tho reb
els; but it has been delayed hero for
weeks and months. In my judgment, if
(hero is anything lor w Inch we shall he
held responsible in tho future, it w ill bo
(ho delay upon that very measure. Will
any Senator answer me this question,
and I appeal to the Senator from .Missou
ri, havo you heard anything about
bridges being burnt in ilissouri since tho
execution of au order to hang seven men
for that oll'cnce '.' In that case tho pun
ishment was promptly intlicted; hut
havo you heard of any other violators of
tho law being punished '.' You havo gone
into the enemy's county to restore order
nnd while there they have violaed every
law on earth, and delicti us, and yet the
mercy and leniency of the Government
forbid still, iu a manner, (heir punish
ment. Sir, I might as well be plain about this
matter, for I mean w hat I say. The fault
has been in the Kxeeulive of your Gov
ernment. There has been no policy.
One course has been pursued in Ihe South;
another in the Kast; another in tho West;
another in Ihe North; but there has been
no uniform, firm and decided policy, ll
was your duty when you met in .Ttily
last to sustain tho arms of (he President
ami to give him a policy. This Congress
ought r.ot to have sat four w eeks until
tho properly of I.ieut. Maury in (his
city, for the use of which Iho Govern
ment now pays its money, had been tak
en Jiossession of. This Congress ought
not to havo sat four w eeks until Magrud
er" properly and the property of every
disloyal man throughout the North had
been taken possession of. Can we ex
pect peace tu this country, can we expert
order, while we are laniM-ring w ith tin
men, holding out inducements to them,
ii tiering to accommodate them, ami trying
lo bring them buck int t their Allegiance
by mild means, uhile I hey are breaking
ili.vin the iiiniiliilions of our fathers 't
Iiok at the State of things in Kent in k y
and Miaiiouii to-day, all grow iug out of
the fact that there lias beui no sysli in,
no firmness, no policy. And otir tronhles
will not end here; wo shall have more,
murh more ; we sIibII never crush this
rebellion until we come oul boldly and
declare (hat (his Government belongs to
the loyal men of it, north and South. Ho
who is not for the Government must
bear (he consequences. Not only whnt
he has, but all he is in possession of, must
be taken. It was a Very pretty (hlnir lo
listen (o (he Senator from Pennsylvania
talk about the spectacle of men going
into southern and northern homes, and
taking possession of Ihe property of wo
men and children ; but, sir, my mind re
verted to & sadder spectach in my own
Stat, all over which mny lie fonnd Ihe
widows of our slain, clad in the habili
ments of mourning; bright hearthstones
made silent nnd desolate forever, and
beautiful daughters and dear boys (urned
upon (he cold, cold charities of this un
pitying world. I draw Ihe curtain over
(he sad, daik scenes w hich rrowd around
tho heart hstonoa and upon the stricken
hearts tho slain patriots of niy country
have left behind them.
Sir, (he man who rebels against this
Government onghl to dio. lie has no right
to the proleclinn of n particle of property
for an hour. Why, sir, I have before me
n le(ter from the beco(ary of one of (he
linest railroads m Indiana askinjj my
opinion in a ease of this sort. A mau by1
the nameof Mitchell owns a largo quail
tity ol stock in that railroad. He
was ratted nnd educated by tho Govern
ment of the United States. I see by tbe
list that ho was twenty-five years in the
Navy. hen this rebellion broke our, he
went South. He commanded tho Louisi
ana, a rebel vessscl, in tho fight at New-
Orleans tho other day ; and when ho
found that ho would bo whipped, ho
blew her up. Ile was (nkrn prisoner,
and is now- in Tort Warren ; and yet ho
is receiving every six months . his divi
dends on this railroad' stock. ' And this
is but one ef ten thousand such examples;
sod in the face of such facts, shall wc
continue, as we have done, Bhall wo car
ry on tho war in this beautiful way, pas
sing over to rebels in arms Iho profits of
stocks and property in the North, or
loyal Mates, to teed them and strengthen
(heir bastard government? Tho marshal
of my Slate owes an existing debt of
$20,000 to a gentleman who is a commis
sary in the rebel army; and every six
months that man gets his interest. Can
you (olerato (heso (hings? If these
(hings aro to go on, do you ever expect lo
restore order in (his coutry ?
Mr. President, for (he last five or six
weeks I have sat in my seat and heard
gentlemen, hour after hour, and day after
day, talk nhont what wo could not do.
It would have been gratifying (o me if
some gentleman had told us what we
might do. It would have been far more
gratifying (o me to hear 'that. 1 know
that (hero is rebllioii in (ho land; I know
(hat there are traitors in the North as
well as in tlio South; and 1 know (hat
(hey are living on the fat of tho land. I
know that in this city to-day, vherc you
lire faking the temples of God as hospit
als, there is more propety belonging (o
rebels than would bo necessary to lui nish
hospital accommodations for every sick
man in our Army. Sir, I would inarch
with this Senate in a body to night and
say to the President, "before to-morrow's
sun shall rise take every bit of it." It is
not (he mere value of the property I look
to, but to tho example you would i-lioiv
to (he -country that you mean to
susiain this lovertiuieiit; that you mean
that he who rebels against it shall losj
his properly altogether; and you will
never have, peace until you do it. I al
ways begin lo suspect any man's loyally
when he talks to me about the violation
of tho writ of W'v airjnii, or Ibis (hing
or that thing done to MiMain the Gov
ernment. Mr, President, ns an humhlo Senator,
I have voted against every measure that
I considered was in the way of nn elli
cieut prosecution of this war. 1 voted
against (ho proposition of my lie ml from
Virginia I .Mr. Willey yesterday. I voted
against the Pacini: iiailroad. I voted
against thn bill to dispose of the public
lands, l.very measure that will weaken
the Government, by weakening ns 1 be
lieve her credit, as these measures seem
ed to mo to do, in this crisis, I am
against ; but 1 an. for every measure that
will give power und elllrncy to Iho Gov
ernment, and give strength and hcrvo t
the soldier. Jl we could Stop the discus
sion of this negro question, and uol put it
on every bill thai comes up, and carry
out, as w e ought to carry out, the princi
ples of the conliscation bill, we bhall le
giu to see daylight. 1'y that bill we can
ellinl.ttr iht'Sf, l.lu.Ls me.., f.,e i (..-'
and in nil kinds of Hoik ; 1 inn ready lor
that. I am ready to saerilicc everything
to preserve this I nion ; but I do not like
lo see tho Senate day after day discuss
ing qiiealiuns that will only tend to ex
oito sectional controversy, ami cau pro
duce no good.
I tlesiro to make a remark on another
subject, and I howi the Senate will par
don mo for alluding toil. 1 listened thn
other day w ith a great deal of interest to
a speech of Ihe Senator from llelawnTe,
Mr. SauUbury, in which, 1 think, tor
about half an hour, ho summed up what
ho believed to be the causes of this rebel
lion. Of conrse men will dill'er on that
point, but 1 have made up my mind that
this is not the time to find fault. I list
ened to the gentleman talking about a re
mark of President Lincoln's, that the
I ' ii ion could not stand with hull the States
lite and half of them slave; but I can tell
Ihe gcnlli mmi that there is uiui sentence
w hu h 1 have ill the book bet ire me w hi h
has dolio tar inure injury to litis I'nion.
When a certain President of the United
Sutrs wrote tin an words: ''Kansas is
therefore al this moment as much of a
slave Stale as Grorgiaor South Carolina;"
and when that w as followed up hy a de-
ihioii of the Supruno Court, Ihu highest
tribunal of the land, that your lathers
and mine made a toiislii ulion mat t ar
ried slavery w lit re there was no law tor
1 was not III the country al lh tune;
but 1 think 1 understand Ihe jeipnlar
heart of this people it strip k the le-si Is
of millions of frcelni n as a lalsehood and
a blander. The people cre tol l that
Kansas we as much of a slave) Sluts as '
South Carolina, whero they have been '
legislating nn the subject for elshty years; '
and it was expected that the honest, loy- 1 '
al men of this country would swallow a '
doctrine mouatroiis. I go for the doc
trines of ihe lamented Douglas, tho ex- ' '
pounder nf the Constitution, and one of !
the best, the ablest, and most faithful 1
public men (bis country has tver pro- '
tluceii. 1 go for no such lower as is staled
in (hat decision. If my fi lend from Del
aware desires (o find Iho causes of tho
present, rebellion, he will find one o(,''i."i..
iu that celebrated message of James Pa
Mr. Saulsbury I hope my friend w ill .
allow me to say one Word.
Mr. Saulsbury I know it is general
ly popular to attack a man wbo is out of '
power, who once had friends dancing at
tendance njMUi him, but who has retired
from place and is no longer in any ' pub
lic position. When Mr. Huchanan was
President of the Uhitrd Slates believer 1
did any act at my solicitation. ' Ho ncv-- '
er made an appointment at my Bolicita-
(ion. I never asked for but one favor,
and that was to make an appointment to 1 '
my State, lie refused to gratify my
w ishes. Hut, sir, without attempting to
indorse all the acts of Mr. Ilnchansn's
administration, let mo say to my friend,
pei Imps it is a little unjust to attack a
man who ia not in a condition to defend '
Mr. Wright I certainly have not
made any attack upon Mr. Ituchanan.
I have spoken of a message of a Presi
dent of tho United States, but made no '
allusion to him. I think it was a fata!
blow. I think it led lo dissastrotis re- '
suits. The gtntleniau knows what I
mean, and I am not going to reMat St. '
I have no desire to enter into political
controversies, particularly at the present "
time. I bolievo w e have had a Democratic
caucus. I know one man who has at- '
tended none of them, and I know ono
man w ho,' while this rebellion lasts, will
never go into a political cations of any
kind. This Government does not belong
(o caucuses nor to parlies. It belongs to tho
loyal. men of this whole country. lam
determined, so faras this question is eon
corned, that I shall never be a party to
nny organization until we have peace.
Just in proportion as yon organize party,
J on will organize divisions on the sub- '
ect of this war. If you form party or- '
gani7.ations at (he North, you will have
men for and against this war; and it is
tho duty of the patriot to guard against
any such divisions.
Mr. President, I desire to make this
appeal to the Senate. I desire to ask
every Senator this question: what et- '
feet would a steady, uniform policy pro
duce throughout the whole land? As I
have said before, tho dilliculty is that we
have no nniform, dcHiii e, fixed policy.
No man can expect uniform order until '
w e have some uniform and definite plans
of section. That plan or policy must
conic from your Kxeeutive, and wo must
sustain him in it. It should bo this
''protection to the loyal men of the conn
try everywhere; no protect on to disloyal
men, whether in the North or Smith."
That purMise and policy should be so
(inn and decided, that in carrying il out
the whole power of tho Government could
bo brought Ui bear. Have you had a right
to ask three hundred thousand men to
como into your army while vacillating ''
councils prevail V 1 want the soldier of
my kitate, when ho falls upon Ihe battle- "
field, to know that disloyal men are to be
punished; I want hlro to know that Ihe
Government for w hich he is dying is to
bo preserved. If we have not boldness
and llrmness of purpose, how can we ex
poet tho soldier lo exercise the courage
that belongs to him t
1 will take this occasion to make a re
mark iu regard to a subject that we had
under consideration this morning, in the
bill of my friend Ihe Senator from Iowa,
(Mr. Grimes,) on Iho subject of author
izing the Government to issue letters of
iiinrqun ami reprisal. I must say 1 was
astonished at tho course of Iho remarks
ot tho Senator from Illinois, (Mr. Trum
bull,) and the Senator from New Hamp
shire, (Mr. Hale,) that if wo passed that
measure, it would be an admission that
we were weak ; it would be vast-illation.
I have but one answer to make, and I al
luded to it some weeks ago when I asked
the Senate Ibis question, and I now ask
it iiL'.-iin: Is there any Government on
eai lli that has the right to call in question
whnt -means we adopt to crush out this
rebellion '! Is it not a part of the policy
of the Government of Ibis country, when
a rebellion breaks out, lo take our own
means of riishitnr it ' Sen.ii.es -r: nt
aware of the injury the Nashville, the
Sumter, and those Vessels did lo our coin,
inerce abroad. 1 remember t welve months
ago, when leaving tho Old World, I ssw
lying upon the wharves at Southampton
more than ? 1,0N) worth of property,
the freight on which would hare amount
ed to live or ten thousand dollars, and
w hich w as not put on board a rrsel then
in that port, because she was an Ameri
can Vessel. The rates of insurance on
American vessels were increased. No
man can calculate the injury that was
done lo our trade and commerce by those
vessels ; aud yet it is said this is a dan
genius power to give the President the
power to issue letters of marque and
Is it a dangerous thing to give the
President, if necessary to save the life of
this nation, the power to arm privateers
What right have you lo call in question
the coinliutof Great Pritain,or any other
(ioverniin nt, in suppressing a rebellion
within her limits' What right have
tin y to call in question our conduct in
suppressing a rebellion here'.' I am wil
ling t i tru.it the Lxeutive of this coun
try. I remarked to a gentleman three
months ago that tins Government could
havo well alforded to pay ''-'isi,0sj for
Hm rapture of those two vessel the
Nashville ainlj Sumter twelve month
ago. 1 ri pet it Is not a dangerous iow
er; aud I hone the Senator from Iowa
will again call up his bill, so that I at
least may have the pleasure of voting
lor it. It is just as essential in time of
i"Sij i:.li.Ij t.-f i-i:lu l-Aol. j
iats iftitrntl-iTr ir
xml | txt