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   Des Moines Iowa State Register (Newspaper) - May 6, 1863, Des Moines, Iowa                                'UfBTBlKK.H5IllttS.ltfA-! THE IOWA STATE REGISTER. TECS -rjarxoisr, A2STX- TECS l{ 1T.W1. SWW 11 I ll K 09 I VOL. VIII. NO- 14. CITY OF DES MOINES, WED> ESDAY, MAT 18G3. WHOLE NO. 377. colors and Kink! CeaaKj Oftwff, I printed after the and femt; Ittcr Miscellaneous. K Jou follow UigtaK ihe citizens got out of their houses, bnl ____ ibt-r ofmtii fled fn.ro town and toon iu r the lu-iivv timber In ibe bolloni. H Uou.' We found the people remarkably tliwl.; THK Forum OUK V-MON. Jlhe a ic flioni, I'liiou. ibc litfbtiiiiiL'Of balllc rtt Ibr flame ira uliri i blowl tbf irars uir peo me very wg had come lo arrwt. the fin.1 lu iu-ite the ofllcvrs, with the convenient to dim at their to-fore oui rHiirniu Cuiro. BUdierbuu not usually re fuse to pnrUiko of a when It Is: ojfcml, and I itssure you thtii invitations j wt-re am-pied. After epcijling ll.r day in trying to tstitblish friejully rationsj wiib this cu ui m unity, we returned lo 1 ui the evening willi eleven, prisoners, who; have since been their way 2-1 inM., wetinbarkcU HI You There wcrt- eleven boats, itmt I u btt-1, and thi-- it i whwt rxpcdilioii." FIT a piiite has a j a regiment of whom i OS Co.. 1 I we llLVC fo m times th mi.uiil of in hi theriv :bf-ls crossed B votifeid- ny supplies frma the It was iLeiutenliou btlow hi-re, an3 taking a with tht- i.-ratnp, as he was good swimmer.' aru now nwhiling erJfcrs. and ua Iht pay-1 From mnyLtrs are bt-luw, wetxpetl toon to turii j our facw io the South tin- health of the Ifegimeut is sood. Dei Uoints Ix.ys all J well. ca Thonms Cdstetl Philip Taylor, of N On. wlm were left siGaints Utndlng tbej 24lh December, are iu New having btcu taken prisoners and carried to pjuokd, and sent by roil to I Lake PdneuartniD. Tbt-lr friends can rely 'on this as I have sttu a letter from them lo t F an- and compel t'u'ti "do'vood C u> procure Nmh ;w. exempt the osly brother; tl as I he brain. Iht heart, ami bro'btra gu'de Ho- upoallttir dmlly toil for Hull, Democratic faction of the cily ''f-supwri, and and Uov- Y'lrk. Your rfeStJftis bntio, us t-rnioen'. to fi'-'hi, procure subv'...... yoir jiliitic band nvml'li [.ay f'.r eHbS'iTute Uii making Tlw U a o-.rreci copy oftae lei- House rJBdalB Mr. to la ll makin' Ix-asfBf, in rtsptmst to their iimialion to al- .1 gjjj lend the Siiuittr rntetini': deny niyaelf the f! OFFICIAL OF THE VtiyE pro! tallina out tin; the uiiity the republic and iht life of th FOCHTU IOWA. nation. Mozart Hall illUEuinaifril hy prtstpce procJaifns tliM this act fi SICK IOWA SOLDICKK, LUt of-tick Iowa Soldiers who hare ar-j rived at St. Ijsuia, Mo., Steamer City of ly wai is (iVntiuntfl and cursed by; titattoftbe io HhlV: Shainfc on the men who mis-! which CM and ihe people bate him. visions of snael1 ForwLii witrthter can Aiiiencan to urihold ihe csilie of our imperiled now LU u.iuu.i. .t.k t- f ItfiH "between the" rich an J I rusaiion is wicttd- !ti this Amrrieu! Republic u v thru u ill defend It! fill i-lit litl ll-t 's VTOQ I f..rin thrftalu o( the L' Li ite ckj fur [tie rilm of the iu 1 but '.hi 3 treason is not yet. There are tnanyj Llthy and iitf uuuthtl citizens llmt lie tu their friends in Dixie btfoie this com- rrn'RENTH IOWA. can live iu peace and security. Thai lataKc-'Uior 'the vigor of ui'ililarv law will be enforced Twsdiy, Ajiril ft. I them, there can oo douhl, arid woe joy of al! its member j, 1 think we will visit Joueeboro soon agaii inps ai B ren-3-1 Mempliis, April 24th, 1833. Famisbed by s W. J. Long, of Iowa. State Saui- .h Iowa is a rcjimem. U will her1 uembered tbai al ihc battle of I'itts'jurg! isoners, lulu Sunday iVt-oiug. The regi- v snl heavily in kijeil and wounded, d 520 men ami officers were i'lit the siiinmcr in dominions. At ie time of the battle, our regimeui wis in lie hospital. There ere teamsters, and otters s'.ill were on dc- ched service away froti the regiment, and course were nut among the hen these mtn were gathered logellitr ,d joined by alwut 20 ipt. we about 150 en. Tlua batiftUoa, wib (he ell here, and the fanners are nlrtudy planl- corn. I seen a HF.GISTP.I: for three wetk What's the trouble? tht irrived here and uufle [irtf aralioua to unri-ti early uen moniing. A little aflt-r j sun-up the tr'HipBdistmlurke Oi-d (Kuking n  inch r. niiri--; the Secretary of War may Ktiihorize rt- us it, such sum not three bun- as, tli :her side of the Atlantic, ite. "And while our country m this oriJT; ir country! s uiiTrt. wiii tifc That tie now [Kttr'dasaaiU at! Illaft BiVou bridge llxfll! nd Aiding Ibe Vansicfcowirk. U; UaTid S lEagan, B; Jacob mlocamp I Olio KISOSTOS, PKO.tt Tllfc FIKT1I IOWA. Aprtl tlth 1563.- f terstonnf'fc 'wo date at our camp or remberton Quitnhj baring te- orOersto return from the Yazoo expe- of course wefiid not uke the Fort, ihroughibe lo our old rpG. A. 24th do Hildreih, K. 25th Wilson. IL 2filti do McLouthin, G; Is- aodnMr MHItr funuerh aFcdiral jaacS Morgan, U; fre.l Ihsh, E; Harvey Howe, I; Harttu Lewis Shall. the nett fa of evu rrenclJ oncfcff captain lu tli males of Gen. Ie A; John Owens, G; O T Bowen, C. ofj l af- our prey; were a i! in limu ant several Jticamp sonic lour miles below Helena, A the M and Wi Ucrt, ,t tober 4l Im0lli, afu-r IODB moitli- eriiigaud hardships, tlie prison-re hanged and MM io St. .Soon a.-: IIere afe or vvn a (-r [wo this detachment joimd tlie eithaiiyeJ towrv.onoj Hj u, and ihe regiment MIS j of pcae. jt] Then the 10th of April wo leif ihe wharf al'ijirgepianiiuions ju thii of Louis on board the stamer the negroes, as well as ihe ud fjr eonif iKihn donti llie rivtr; ilar of deiinsticm we ,.....ice and oncecl: and the first named a relative. Their prop-j 29di W Copeland, E; Albert eriy was uol disturbed. Getting an early i Mansfield, i; SarulJ Robins, A; John Alex- slart we rtached Deer cret-fc and follow-' ander, L. Reed, B; Jas Babcok, pd tVrgcfon down that stream. He had j B; Henry S Miller, B; Geo W Garris, F about iufiiotrv, a small of cavalry Frank Starke, I; Chas L Smith, E; D P An- and four pieces of adin-tted patriotism, tht juiriLy of its __ i >bjtct of ihe war, olll rtscne IfoMrt Hall from the 'fhe 5Qm dc-tertcined UDOII by ihe SecreJa-! matttr? Is thUaiJMieioapiiiliiirsf" three bundled dollurs; it; To me it seem? thai Providence i: mav be tto. flftr, one luindwd, hunrtred desrly enough how the er.d of slavery man Of course cir this shameless icccsation or anv sum within the o: three i tome. It totm-s in rebel slave states by or sre_ The said wori may tillery. The roada bo- drews, B; L H Steel, I; John Batterton, Ii; the troops fresh and A M Smith, A. 80th C C G; W P Brown, F; Henry York, B II Tcuni, G. 31s; Davis, K; I Sailes; liic weather pleasant, we soon came up with the rear guard of ihe rebels, 1ml slight skir- mishes were look place thai day. Deer :rcek runs through one of the parts Jason Lockerby, C; Oscsr Morehonse.H; ifihc Slate, and the farms or pJaiitatloni arc j Moses McCray, 6, Wm Ogf, G; S Yandorne, ullimttd. I was nstviiUb-: I: J W TVoods, K; Wm MCJITS, C; at the [hi; inlhecribiBigliy, I; AlpUniizo Goddard, F; Geo K ad, and hogs and cnRie. in C; Uen II Debai. C; A. .1H Hartey, part it; V-ctly mighty "Fatli ;ither landscap con j dance. A-i llic rebels rcTrcatsd they burned A; Sj Ivesier Luillow, D; John Myers, G; Per- DoUe uu tht; broad bosom r of Vfiun." me scenery I Wa8 occlinitl, inunlrwdinslhc cmton, il the i and tisiug up camp. Aloiig in the af- i OKtl ll IKnoou it ru.m.nd Ite! S1 ____were going tu ntn the in thej cr, printed Accordingly about 10 12 p. t ibrtimr rrom otir slM.p tlie of ib. deep heavy boom of a canm This was followed In quick s or three, and then several Ii lash of thi.- gi plni-cs from ry S tl bale: so to naked clean, Hawkins, K. nrl 8M MaritnTate, A; Wi Adams, even, as contra mnceofthe thrrily conferred tipon ihe Secretary to fis a free Slates, eav-cm.illy i one to Ihree hundred was ihe rebel they i, lighten tlie' pHrnortly givt-n to cli'tk to Atinrney-General, in ____ __. _ id the people, keep dowu the price ol substiiatea. and ilize the toilioH1, depenilnnl jKtcr from the miist inevitalilv lit) to. mali. ilitia haod. of mil harsh provisions) of ex- j nttv mils blindness and madness, prevtrts jng law. I measure framed solely :a the interest of] hesitate, Jre ant along in utter t2n of a law framed esprealv t defend Uie eiidangcml n; burden of the Treasury _ _ proclamation in I jniH.iEiiiai.uu. I free men. Tne ipisioa whicH de -jganpanaliodameotor de ru to Lei Biit sir it matters not whether this accn-i drafted men of motitrait mesns and of backs, acclimated, wnli the sation of Mczan Hall the Conscrip- deified men. into n distinction in fator receive lion Act was born of ignorance or of lalse-jof the rich and azainst the poor. Surely, sir] suiiabV military and do their rr. he! r-jecaU hood. It is equally malicious, deceptive i Hit- folly and cl the trickednt-ff 'if! part W c ad-t illon of the behcldrr. Ttt Jiwres, and Min- hillswert covered with i, and Ihe craggy rocks werc; iviUi pendant wres. The giving n the foresls a liv- i or ]0 milcs s-pect, nad llie frail trees kcp. llp ,hr iilft of the Tillages and wht'ti guiiiiii; tirwl of lbie bng the hanksEtnt ihe fracrancc Of cannon, we lay ll bloom ou the lalmy air. 31 any by music. Th mischievous. Ii U au accusation hung before j even the llozarl paniaans cannot go fur- tbe people hy the reckless hand of raalig-j iher. uant demagoEiuaiii, to poison the be-in and j Sir, ihisacl forenrollins and calling oct mislead the reitsou. Surely Hie con- the national forces skives'assurances tn Hie science and reason .of a loyal will i world that It is the purpose of Ihe 11 T -n' mark am! brand the hrain'ihat nation to crash nut iltU wicked ,f Downs, which contained InFantrr-lImim Hint-s, H; Jas E tha, thc that denunciation of its provisions cm only have bill two.] The wood-! Cane, B- proclaimed this foul, wicked and shame-less fire the heart; and nerve ihe workofiheirins was andthcma-j Ditdonthe ptissasre up: A W-Hobb, B, call :hinery of the very best, brides a mill j llth; Thos Vaolaio, G, 30lli a jrettafest lot the fa-' or- jaittcc or the or .ui j t-ther, until the e vi; stood. We s-ius hen-, some S rrora ns. The ree or four hours, tu the boom and lulled to ight gu and sawmill with three run of saws. In halt an hour all thai remained was a smoul- dering niitu Let ihe Copperheads raise tiieir j nds in horror This mill cast, perhaps, Uiirty thousand dolUus. bul the cotton that TIelti-biirg aud Below. Special Diipaiefa to ibe Chicago Tribune. CAVEO, ApiU Your special correspondent at the mouth of the Yazoo t under date of 17th, nds a dispatch corroboraling the facts aail the rebels burned just before we goi theie was worth AH right, says Mr. Copperhead, it is perfectly legitimate for our evening previous; lie Southern brothers to burn their cotton, trah- 1 was tmnitd. She might have been that the crew (iuserted her and e: _________ their loyilly bt displaying iiiree tmn-iporu that started stripes, and Uie cheers with tjirou..h. We have so iar to day heard il thegloricus fiig: iaz definite of iheir succt-ss. We have had ic'the boat trLtnble Iteutiith ul. Division revif.w by Adjutant General Thorn- j 'hen we arrived a( Cain, verr onexpwi. j Washington City. The day was beau-1 io US, we were onli-rwl ashom to relieve the Hi vision made n splendid ap Hth IQWU, us prison ani guards S pe-nuite. We have an extensive ground for ecitv. Tht iKirracksati; ItKLitt-d on a j parade, on the wide low-lands of Uie J1U- fiat piece of ground, aid a little miti After the usual ccremcinv' of review s thu mud Wiih ilip Division was brought to a dust coluuiu, il nouli water Mnndingjiujd Gen. Thomas lo the men j 1 fearthe ctiup will nrt healthy! by Gen. McPherson in a sh.irt speech. The of battle, and advancing cm the eutm; ,g Uie summer. i Adjutanl GuneraHlieii made a speech to the! expected to have a little skirmish lieie, if in Divblon, telling them why he was here and) tuerrt-clsssidihrywiL-retoowcaktongiitandj he was Irving to lie fe orsanizinc j particulars previously sent regarding ihe run- "in" of Ihe blockade by eight gunboats ihe the H'jnrv Clav ed 1) regiment numbers JMQ in Hi condition, liavitiir "he regimeoul b iicfc man whack and kill Lincoln hirelings, hut foi Abolitionists to barn pore "sij; barges ol coal and supplies goto1' Earlv the next moruing we safdv. The onlv casualties were were on road agcin, and bv 1 p. killed and three woumled on ibn Benion Hi i t ii roar of artillery tulil us ihnt ourwlvance bad' Bwort at Warreawm, mid now! again overtaken the rctrcdlius enemy. Our, ajjcii0r -ti Carthage, La. being in the rear, we were piuj Gen. Grant anes tliither to-day. Troops through "double quick time" and at lhe are muring iu thai direcUoa and hot work is distance of abnut two miles, came up tu the j Switzerland.' Hartford and Albatross, re drawn up in line j aftor being all filled willi coal and provisions, We I nasswl ulirrenton on Ihe morning of the 31st ulL, and at daylight ibeliille pro- e' "ni Vw.ictl (io.vntheriverto Turner's planlatkm, ...-ic, on passing up we had seen the wreck ited a Bayou and burned the j of Ihe Indinnola. "Wefoimdnn traces of tb.i rnendsbyshfiwinzonrseiTts siaiw. withoni ta We must bave IhCd for ur scoots, for all miliury inj field tor which thsy are qualified, j ?q i resolation to .sustain, with all iaM 11 our m'Sans, the soldiers he a wonderful cflt-cl iti toushiHina a Jnient and cunniliuit iis daily sicl; rcjwrl. to loyalty of Ihe men conipising it, jne will be ai a hiss lo form nn ipinion do daily imprecations" and curses it are-called down on the hauls of the .Uorous villaitis nl the Xortb, Lonj. rap- md wearlwune marches uiufcr a birning i, and through itillinif rlondsnf Col. G< gon half ralinn? and sleeping on lliO wet ;ijtind, with tiutii single blaaktt iu which wrap our hunainbed ire likely to cause men to think very upim til .rs'EL-IT- colored regiments "for service in field, bridge gurrisoii, or where they can nudt! j sible. a !able. Afierhehiid closed his ilurius the continuance of whicli he was loudlv cheered, he gave the uien ft chance lo out any speaker they wished to hear from. Col. Snnljorn lieiiiz called for, came up- on the stand mid made a telling in fa irof the "New Policy." He was followed i. Boomer, and "the ueil speaker LitnL Colonel from Cliicngo, who. with wurinih in rvgard to the rebels, undone citizen who stood'by, finding t ton warmfurbim. slunk n way while the Uch il we cam pud fur the night on tl tnrks plan'ationnf Dr.Thomns. Ilcre we learned from the tint a tnigedy had been committed, or mire properly a m tinier. A nesro man coming 10 tlie relw-1 picket j .1 fimhcr pursuit wreck, buiiearned that it had slipped offinto ,1, idcep water during the late gale. anchor- ed here anil until about p. m., when w'e proceeded flown and engaged the balterj at Grand Gult This consists of snmc two or three "icavy down from TicliSrjnrg. One if iliesc guns was mounted upon a sti j which had been concealed up ihe Big Black The enemy bad also a light field ual- "jct'of principle that has ubmit CoJoiK-l "was speaking. Tlie General now tbellion, imO ihe reiniisile fur t ihe :iml that he wisheo to lost; jtal overthrow of the milUnry poivtr of, the the men. K( rtqnfcStwt tlem j CoiifcdtTrtoy. mi'iUlK tif wlitch they did. Hej ineuieni in nibul in 1 ew to Treat Home Kebels. to Gen. Asriith fesncil the fuJIowiag onier regardins rshel Imitors, and deser- ters: act shall not En the court or __..___three the' iod fcrtber. Thai u of married weaen tint aecraed during cf peoocsncdei1 the sze of twcntjHiBc t itaccrein" daring minoriij. and of ialots. ne the claim accmed. entitludta the chin, be barredHTthe petition be ttled >in the watt or masmiitri, as aToresaid. withiB thae Trat no otlnV ilijabllltv than those etfnmwazwl pren-nt any tiaini fmia being tarred, nor anv ol the. aaid Scc-'ll, Acd he it farther enacted. Tbat anj pet- sonoroersoniwhoBhall eompclf practice or at- I temp: to piaetfee aay 6aada asainst ihe-United Ip two 1 Slates la the proof, sutemsnt. establishment. rv nne of SOT or any PMI wy daim rj iiiiei Stales, stall forfeit soch t COLCMCS." Kyf. ApiU !I. f GESER.VL ORDEKS, No. n forever (rora j Appeals maT fee Ufcenfromilie at Claim- la Sapreme ia-.nll-itwii on all qnest fans oF law. in lite o ex herein Coon pro- ot the eJaintiat, iaj that assignment or iruirferijfjt------__. ej larly in Cairo. III. and towns m "usTidnitj, the CnSted nun in parents siibjecttodrafl, Ihe fat her, or, if he .lead, may which The Loonly Gautte is rditrd by a sun shall Ix exempt. Fifth, Ihe only hroiher. Danotmt. Hear how a Dtmceral can talk, j manymanni of children net twelve years old, having j The editorial in the ftirrfic of Aprfl' TCno ilher father nor mother, df piiuleui on iwelve labor fr ea fathe liolfL for support, children untie cut upon hi> where the military s the young mei anil twenty are vcars of cannot snslain l camp life well as men bet Af twenty and thirty-five.- HR: the rarsof depond-1 There is mniw deginsmg the matter, r support; and son in the same lit- You cannot fc the Government ind two of ihem mlhaiihustarproiecu-.Iyouandmsdevoiijwhat Unitfd Slate as non you arc; and the Kingdom of Jeff. i follows: :irceiiht; Diuralaid in their pnw- er to rebels anil irattors, U i? hereafter made the piTjitive dutv of Government crmmand- ers and Promsf Marshal? witain the District of Columbus, loams.ill persons who shall express sympathy for those, i? agains'. "the United Suites Government. When arrested, tliey shall be entitled lo immediate preliminary examina- tion, bui if proof be piventtf disloyal ionsnnd pympathv for traitors, or thev in nr prevented thei- cruder a jafciatc cUuen of the the petition thit the ererrptior: owner tbereof when thecliim tiy 1 "Tiird. limes boms ins jJiceUJid 'mf -tbe _ not, the said t thv d A of such family p.n nr sink or swim, sur-i V. we are for sustaining the ___ijtj ihev shall be forwarded tinder proper iriiard to 'he district military prison at Ol 1 ibus, Ky. A copy of the testimony taken ....------......B ._-, ,iaid jtrtliminary examination will be for Mian re exempt ___-.Tiiuinit wbtcli unfurls the I warded with the prUoners, Officers aud 'betVet'n' the ages of cicSteen! slorioia old Stars and Stripes of imr Nii-ived j soldiers arresting deseners. will be justified that'Union; and we Abraham Un-i in shooting any person who raav mteifcic col" the rtccniive head of llie while in llie discharge of such datits. hnrdens of Govf rnmcnl we support, and we consider) dttertfrt itt rebels in oattkjmd iraitois resistinghws at ie agcslSonhcrn Svnipsthizcrs antl Peace criers j Ten- "poor article of rebel." Tliey.arcstieaksj s of thcCon- in uvor of the poof, onr homes saline their uiwn rfailr toil- the aged, the infirm listeners, they would twiound manfully beir- and the helpless Tcly. Is it Hnfiunons amis iheir brother m the distinction Eetirwn the rich .nd Uie poor to I Jeff Davis, tornscuMheo and exempt the only of jwor widows, and tojshoi compel members of Confess to fi.qlii, nro-jOjcr Ihefi.rmofgaveni- ;Uustrious auci-siors fought. tiooie. Atsota, The fe the only oapSrln Daveuport takes Person- desire to a.Daveppor? papei whkb elvesths''T v- a iiid petition to ;a of a s the eaid.Court JT diiajaol, if ar with the of this ict herehfrepfikd. 14. And be it Farther enacted. That no wcaej je paiit oat of the Jbr anv claim pun-.-. after an appro- prUtiuo tiiereiOT stall be estimated lor by red.Mweb.8, ISSS. in net providing that b >nal servira shall. Ohio passed every State eltctioa hereafter. We infer tin M r. Yallandigham will not the Derti C candidate for Gtitcrnw next ill events, that he not be Giwctnor.. O he passage ofiliis'bill, tliu divide while the House" "piveHir N'aja. Haditbecn pnwedayciri   

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