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atrjr Startuwg, Awtjwst S, lift.
Saxptniioa of oar Tri-WetUy.
Tbe undersigned It Uf teully couttrsined
1o Mrfrftd b- publication of the Tri.Weekt
Whig Tr time, and will tend tba Weekly
.apeflnUost who bar euoiertUd fbrtbt
forme, wntit it publication! agala resumed.
Tbe Tri-Weekly U aot paying tht txpontet af
peUttloB, tad I ara ittrt ibt my Mttit
w ill not require tne to publUb ttalot, wblcb
Baotj prott ruinous in tbe tad. At the tkme
ttne, tbe its of the Weekly will bo redneed,
e m to tare expense U tb article of paper
but owing to tht falling off in advertisements,
the acaount of reading matter will sol ba dU
minitbed in ta equal ratio. This necessity
eriset frost tbe diminished Income of tha of
fice, growing oat of tbt stagnation of bail
nets generally, tbt blockade, cutting off
Northern advertising, the discoBtiuounce of
the mails, and tbe wboletale robbery of toy
letters, while the expenses of my bottoest art
ieereatrd. Advertising, ordinarily so large
a portion of newspaper revenue, North and
S:uth, but especially Sooth, and it coming
from the North, is wholly suspended, and will
continue to daring the war. Most Southern
paper art iacreaticg tbe prices of tcbtcrlp
tiona, aad many choose to issue oat kf
tiUfi. t choose not to reeort to either of tbeto
Uls not to be expected that tha TabUlber
of a paper, who ie notoriously a poor man,
ran continue bit publication at a Iota, tary
log at from twenty to forty dollars per week,
whee tha immediate prospect it that timet
are growing worte. My object it, to weather
thit itorm, aad to keep my ptper aader wy,aad
thit I bare retolred o do, though t taty bat
to sofpead both for a time. I bare too much
rtliaace spoa the tenia of jatlica of try tub
l cr!br to apprehend that they will cotnpUia
at my roarre. Ob the other hand, I hope for,
and oe-d a geaerost support from tbem, aad
cheerful effort on their part to lacrcasa my
tabtcriplioa lift. My ttrmt of tubtertptioB
will be teta ia my Protpectut. At thit mot
critical period in the affain of the coon try,
let at keep under way a Uuioo ppr, that
will dare to publish other than Seceitioa ac
coaatt of what it tranrptring.
I only ask that the expeatet of publication
be met. aad that I get my meat aad bread. I
am willing to labor ia the caaoe without one
dollar ia tbe way of profits. I ak bo fator
of Secestioo 1 eipet none they may coa
tinue their procriptire coarta towardt me
and I ahll alike tcora it aad thtir vila prls
ciplet. W. O. Baowmow,
Editor tni Pnbluler, ke.
The Besuil at Htna-iiti.
We art deprived of oar exchange papers,
to e great extent, aad ooly tee aa occasional
straggling theft from the North, furn'uhed to
as by otkert. Tbe accounts of the late bat
tie, are at contradictory and conflicting as
they can b, and we therefore do not pretend
Mif irt the result, with any-ortof eertaiaty,
Br caa any on cite do it accurately, with
tha iafortaaiiaa wa hare here.
We caa say, bowerer, that we bar eon to
Uiii conrloiioo, from comparing all the ac
cocBts we bare received. Tbe lots ia killed
and wonnded, on tbe part of tbe Soalb, wo
ttt down at thru to four ihtutani. The. lots
ia killed aad wounded on tbe part of tha
Noitb, we let down at four ( Jitt thousand.
We further infer, that the Federal troops,
at one time bad the Confederates whipped,
but tbe arrival of Geo. Joha'ioa's Urge com
man J oa tbe left, changed tba result, aad tha
victory wat won by the Confederates. The
Federals claim nerer to hat a bid more than
15,000 mea engaged at a ay one time, aad at
leged that the Coafedeeates doubled them ia
numbers engagrd. Some of tha Southern
papers admit this to be so, or publish the ad
missioa from their correspondent!.
"We are at a lost to know bow to reconcile
thcoLfiictleg statements of tht Berettioa
ut, m or ova or who to believe, when
they are so fr apart. Men high in position
write as long argumentative, and kiad letters
to coLtince t that we ought to Uka sides
with the Southern Confederacy. Tbey tell
as of tba close approach of Civil War in
East Teaoetsee, aad Mr as that it ia alto
gether in oar power to stop it, by taking tie
Foutliera side. Other genUemeo of bigb o
siuoa, call opoa us ia perton, and use the
tame arzumenie, giving at tha tame aiu
aacesi But a second class twear that we
bate so Icfluence that wa art k dd aboli
tionist aad traitor and that wt publish a
lying tbeet. W don't beliett either party.
Tbt real people of East Teaacitea are ft tba
Uuion, and utterly opposed to tba tile heresy
of Kece uion ; sod if all the Uadert of tbt
Unita party, imludicg the Knoxtilla Whig,
were to ttll tbem to shift their around, they
woald st'.ra their dictnMon, promptly and ln
&9 far at sre art concerned, wo can -attar
endorse Secession, countenance Its authors,
or app'ovt of tbt wicked, uncalled-for, tad
villaiaoss war brought upon tha country- by
8otbera traitors. If wt did not know that
Secession had its origin Is falsehood, perjury,
and corruption ; if wa did hot know that tbe
Scathe rs Confederacy U In tbt bands of, aad
Uler. lb ct XM of a ' w'i rit let V. i9a, i
dorsbf l i'gnlrg," aal:;ai4Ulga
ted band of ilUlBthsn ctef fjtti'i pn
prltcpW4 4UUla wo ttihi U U Uda
ccd to take tht lobject of tbanjt lalo eoasld
, Jf wabntf Cltll War la this i4 of thn
BteU, tbt SecetsioBtsts wlU bate to loaa jb
rau IL Aad if tbey tattad ta tubjagati and
degtad-, the Utioa mta (of st Ttr
thry will bit cltlt Wa ! lf,ibry; stop fUcia
from ipeaklcf oat their aUmtaU, aajljrom
ttlti them, n:tbty':ropot"iotar4ny
nait 4ci it ai ibo point of tktbsyowtl
Hotlca to Sttjbicrifeeri. ;
Soata psrioaa long accaitomtd to read tbt
T klg, eltktr at ttbaerlbefs or fonwere, aow
find faelt of tt, compHla of tt tot going for
Secetkfon, an4 tibuitboib It and Us editor.
When ptper doifs aot suit tht tsttt of a
gtsUemaa, ar a ldy either, and wbea its
principal ara aot soch at tby caa tolerate,
they art at liberty, nnder the Statutes Of Ten
nmeo, to refuse to Uka tba paper, or even
read Its roatcota. We announce tblt fact,
because many pertont, who greatly tuffer In
mind, upon this tery tubject, oo not seem to
know that they are among their Inalienable
rlghtt, oten in this agt when all hands art In
search of their right I
TweWe Uoatiia Ago
On Saturday morning, July 38, I860, or a
year ego, tbt followlog leading editorial ap.
peared la our Trl-Weekly Whig and again,
on tba following Saturday in tht Weekly
Whig.- Wtcopy it by way of vindicating our
claims to ceasMmcy, and lotitt attention to
It, as an article bating mora Interest about it
tbaa It bad when It wat first published. It
was theaywrpAcif it Is now prophesy V-
-ratt carow a nu rtTrmi.
W aad ocrttkw. m tU Whlu P)4tr Sprir p.
ta aiMrer a tatg IrlW Mwti4 tawlijr s gMtna
! Mw York, wba wae rw4 la tba Buatb. w tha
jact of SaUjaal pulitii-a. la rrj'l to Ut iatvar be
I Kava (nu4TMr latt with a mora taterat t
rU yuar jMfr. fa uk 4 ruar r")"" I
yr. ia adtae 1 fc) a-it. Ji aa ia jroar fwt taaua. jar
botiact vVvrt 4 to tail til wkr. 1 aak IhW
bmsM I bear tt said Jt era a DtaaaaDial, aa a h
e UtM Jom ara !ad to tba VacvaaioaloU. T-iarnlito-riaJe
wlft bhi Ut ft wt fcoKilag oa t tba UiiMi."
- Waara now aa wa bav alaya bm, a Unfa Kn. We
aat M tka taoa ataa4 J US Mm MtaHpiaa4 mitipro
mi ut tba OohatitaUua ta twrl ; M tba jni at
oar rvtuhr. wbo fraa4 onx ( dtamrliuit matrrUJa.
tbtao)4atibr1el 0eniaU ara ail; M tha wk of
tba rttmr baatls 4 laania, Uoaock. Jrffrra, (arrult.
Uarrtotm, ao4 a butt U oih. raatljr traa and MtrwH
les, be prrvataxl; lot art Waal tia. bvtd br tba kib
tiaaaa of Ua Nurtb, aal tiia lVm crti uftba eViath,
tba atrit pataitu of rU draianua wbotw-k tMir tmn
not ttrir awafrr fiptl, altk to tbe kiant licit ; aa4 I' I
aaitr of opiate, tetcraoce of 4iCerac4, at tatiiUc
arntimaU aioaa b bH in nar aiiinal ctm iU.
Tha fuTatfotax ara Xim&y nr attiaasta. aad bTa bt
ar ta hrwia Sartt( tba tw-t-na VMir wf our
aet'va adUYtaJ ao4 pnltiil lif Vat will tfiaaa op:ni
iie ffl la th onaatrj W t think a4. Thrra la at tha
Anrib a p wifal sntrty calkM tba Jit aUiraa ia jr.
whoa Kar-iuf priarfpia ia apaUia to tba apiiwid of
alt wry t r tarrivory aow rra; lat this ptty.
partlr . tarfiaftai, ara r"" all th aharla ct o,io
iHS e;paaj to tha IcMitatiua if an iUimj. 1 hn la
aW as U N'nrta, a part? raliipg itarif Ivbkk ratk, by a
BMM caM atviit. aa4 bavin; a ftxad riari)bal ariliing
ta atMd oa any tort of ptaUrta, whirb w II aamia Jt
tba aotaef tbi Boutb ft'f tha Praatianry. and tba apoiia
of atttaa. la tba Sooth, t fa ara yt, la evnry Flat a. an a , cat
ly aacUonal arcaaintkm, ralinit it.Wf IVaaxt-iatic
wbteh la axwaittaat la ail tha atiara Pta'aa but !Uary
Uad. Cuatbrra tsrfHr ia try na mv-n cuMtat
alck ItaWt A portWa af tbeoi boM oa to Ma tha U
rnaa&t fraas awanioa; aabr pa1la f 1 b ta tba
eqcaaisatlai aiprtaitv to taartbrow tba UnU I
a tara aaaiaai af tha leai of Soathara lmra-y.
thir violaaea and attracts, ara Ihianinx tba araka 4
tba Kortbara Daaicrary, aad driving tht-m nvar t tba
Nortbara anti-alsvary party. Bctna go dlractly. oth-r la
dirarlty, Vy tappurtia Pi:laa. ba rtDripaJ and ta
Baabucaoiam. It ia ciaar to tmi mi ad thai tba D tu
cratic party baa l-iia jrrtUmai, aad that tba rjil-t
feature tha Charlaaaai Convraltoa la to tarn ahaa on tba
aiavary f,aratioa. Alt iataraata. Mala ai4 MatliU. ara
dis warded ; ail faelint ara abanrbad ia the om orattun,
aad that a eoetfcioai iamta that narer oaUt to h it a Wu
axitatad ia Coaf rcaa. Tbiaatata vf thing! cannot I aat
soaay faara loacer. It ba bat aaa taaa that i f at
waat. Tba waters of tha Mtaaiaip(i lal ut toira trr
taialy ta tba Catf of Mexico tbaa do tha awtional U
aaaa. la tha kaad of tbaaa aitlaa. carry t-ar Uoarra
mat tarartaJa dMUot-Ui-a. Ia othar wot da. wa tMnk
tha Cotoa aiil b illaa"JL Wa ara ajriy to aay It, aud
arary thtt e hava taa bmaflit t Wim it, bat
are aaabia U raaiat tba avfaiauca drir.aj aa ta tbia aal
aachott eoaeia duo i
There It a great deal of patriotism ooilrg
out of our people, in thit ago of wan and
rutLort of wars," and in tht article of patriot
ism, as might befiptrted, thfre isan unusual
vtritty. There are figbtiog patriots, peace
patriots, Ulking patriota, speaking patriots,
moaey-maklog patriots, bomeatauog patrU
ot, artny-going patriots, fiecettion patriot',
UoioB, and every other cootcimlle tariety
of patriots. I3attUevarpatriottaregavat)y
in the Biejorhy. There are (rentlrmeu who
make speeches encouraging others to go Intt
tha army, but utterly r fuse to go thmse!tr;
wen who are astonished that all parties are
not in arras, Lot manage to keep their own
sont on of lie waror get tbem into positions
wbrrt they will never b within the range of
an enemy'i gun J men, who, want to tee tht
cause of tbt South sustained, and ferl for tbe
poor soldiers in camp, butrefuse to con ributa
one dime in tbe cause; men, who advocate
Secession, beoatitt the) bate property In tha
Cotton States which tbey do' not want to tea
confiscated, or ewe debts at tht North, which
they seek an escutf to repudiate; men who,
bating lost alt hopes of getting into office in
tha old Union, seek positions ia tht new
Confederacy; men, who, hating too nerve to
stand ep fur tbt right, clamor, for a Uomn
nent tbey btliett to bavt pritjioated In fraud,
and ttery thing belonging thereto, they de
splst in their tery hearts 1 '
And for Aet patriots, wt will tenturt to
say Kapxtitla tt tha banner town in Tennessee.
Two to one of all who hava gone Into tha
army, batt comt from tha Union ranks;
while fewer Secestianiitt bttt gone out of
this to wa, in proportion to nnmbers, than
aay other town in the Bute. Tbert art
lots of then here, and they art burning with
seal for the cause of tbt South, but they hate
no idea of going into tha sertica. Not the to t
They will talk Seceitioa tbey will cheer on
tbe tolutjUers they will denounce alt who
art not for the taute but as to gotag to fight
tbey batt no iJt-u of such lolly at tbatl
T'5 ZUii'p Afidf fw,ca Pmcbers.V,.-
f J Taa fwirMtV Aaaaaf.' of tbt
L'etiodiaChttfcbV'BonUt, It dow npoa ill
Vrtatatrff, f tbt hsritttoa Chrlttlar Afof
tu of tbt J5th ntU, after a stylt that b.
tornei ta 6triter Of tht flock of Cbritt."
Hit tubjeci ll tkat of Preacher! bating
tht charge of cirtnits, stations, and districts,
leatt&ff tbelr work and golog fyto tht army,
lit tells tbent tbst tha practict Is wcikifig
Isjury td lit ta'uBt of dod is our Uni," aal
exhorts tbeta to ronsidt-r well what they art
doing, be fort' the " determint to nban'on
thaif proptt tplrliaal .work to ata Me lAt Aat
bilamenU lAe tolLt.H Tht Ciibop then
Oaata, jwmc hra bar, let as talk a tilt e tbar
Da ton ballave that tba Uuly Ob.at bath raliad yoa
apwtaily h tba work of tha aslalatry f o)Makvpr
asatd ta your pahMj eoataaaloii baCira the church. 11 aa
U.d swpaaJad tUI rail to aait yoar oottraaf-ar, bating
b eailad. ituaa that tail atill raala ta Srra, and d
Uod stiil Ihtd ya rat atsibU Cjt tba jr fiiair f tha
aacrad datlra lavatved la year part rU r-aa. baa Ma ra
aa vou a rurth frosa tba raat wnrk to wbtch Ua baa
tailed yoa, to glva vwa tba ojtxTtunHj of rftaplaym ymf
urovaatoathaftald where Sua ata la ba stataf Yua
hava frit aad proA' confljHira la Ood's bavin
callad yoa to tha mlniatry of (rraoa aad paaca. An yaa
aaaall) tara, that Ua baa eallad Jm to eatt yoar prooer
wMkMaotha UttiataiJ aad ali(la with acattaa of
bbod and oarnnaar ....
Wa allow, that lhara ra bacaaa In wbirh it ta prnjar
f.ir atiniatara aa aa tatd tha arwy. W baa tby ara huM
aa clta(tialoa of rrt.lataU. it nay ba well Sr thaia to a;
aa tbair taautina la tha army ' thaia tha orportaniiy
of doin araat anud. if fttthrMlia tba arorh aaalaiHht thaat.
Bat avaa la that oaaa, thtak a prearbr haa aa risbt to
laava bla rlrttat aurk, till a fT b'baid pr
vidad Cr kia panla; and, ia drfaaltof Siwitnj to. h a oa
caaanr. let hlM kUda tb bla flta kand arrva blamintry.
I y dilltaatty praarblaa' CbrM to old aad jr-aa thaa
traliiiair bla Btck ta tba work wf Ilia. prvrin tbaia l
aaafol rltlirnah.p, aad ratliaa aritb Oo!. la aaro-at
fraytv, fae Ilia t4aaln xnr roUra hJ nrr bta. and
tf wa batirae tliat uot Ud hara tha j.rayr of Bulb, It
oec ara to ata that, wa aa Chrlatiaa atlaiatar. abaii ta at
aarvaUod aad oar emntry by ahilinf ftt fully tatbao
lit ta a-bi'h Kd Ima rallad ua.
It may. radoad.1 amaatimaa tha aaaa, that a local
pro- a irr, Wlo haa ao paatjral oraraltbb fcala ealM to
cotttkaaara. lathatraae. I whlaraa ao vl'Jactitm.
Lat Mm to. If ba la ao diajaad : Ut kt hfia carry Uo.
with him into tba raaaa. aad taka rare always to karp
Hita with bias so that ba may profiar.
A praaidinc crder tm aa laiarUat DUtrict, wrota tarn
tt bf slat a. that an fr ftt hart n bit DtaUKt
iaJkai rf ftoag into tba army, that Imvia tosta tjar lat
puitaitt clrcuita althoat attora. tU(bl ituaa thlat ao
to ba t Woald at tbraa bn tbraa ha I WT a, ra tba itttar
aat Cban h and looatry, t y rrtnaiaet; at tha Kt ef
daly to hicb (N'ii rtlt-at bntaaaiauad tbam. watcb
ing i-ttr tt.a aoa'a. rWamad by tha tkd o tba Lord
Jraaa. anil ctmuiiMrd to Uirtr raraby tha U ly Obat t
and M aia aak i l tbara m dana:r that, la tnkny t
tunctja, ItMra minka, Hb tbaaa impraaalm of U
tba Bald of battlav a Ruiat daj of aalf and arid ancoa
ri.ia!T. no duabt. nt ant tba Iraa daB(rarua)y t Tkrfa
la t alt aad aaiariUr to tba y arns aad ardnt, a iharm
la tha uttrraaeaa uf aahfe flattary. W a hra t ba public
ly rbrooM n a paUtoth: aad k1UaI aad alila on tha
tMttUdMd. and a ibt-it not atHadaofcf r that tbia fvrlinf
haa oftaa a pvd daal to do la IttltvH-ntio. tba Jwttiont uf
r 4ua of oar patitutle rai bars.
RtBakia Tbt DitHor has admlnlstrred a
just, and well-timed rebuke to that classof bis
preachers who bavt unceremoniously aban
doned their minitteri.il work "to doo the
babilatnents of the soldier." We caa con
ceive of a ttate of thingt that may. cotor, I
when preachers, and all other citisrnt who
endorse Secession, may be called upon to
shoulder arms, and inert tbe opposing artry
with 6ercc defiance. That would be when the
enemy is at their doors. Hut do, there are
thousands more volunteering than are wantfj
company after company is rejected, for tbe
want of arms and therefore preachers should J
stay where they say God has placed then
God never railed a preacher of any denomi
nation, to leave hit congregation, and go Into
this war, on either side of the quet!on, or to
rerudiit even at borne, aud desecrate bis pulpit
with infUmmitory harangues, and intuiting,
demagogue-like appeals In behalf of Southern
UighU or Northern Aggressions.
The truth is, tbe Churches in tht country,
as a general thing, are demoralised ; many of
tbe Ministers appointed to "watch over them"
have back-tliddenhave keen for a time, giving
forth from their trumpets, an uncertain souu l
and aa sentinels, they have long wanted an
excuse to desert the walls of Zion. This it
true, of the Methodist Church, to our knowl
edge, ia many parts. Her spirituality and
power it gone, aud Ichahod is written upon
too mauy of ber altars. kiny of her preach
ers seek position in the army, from a tain de
sire to make a show of patriotism ; others go
because tbey batt no ttotnaeK for tbe work in
which tbey are engaged, and because, in all
probability, they had mistaken their calling.
Others, no doubt, see charms in the pay of a
Chaplain, In tbe proportion of ona hundred
dollars, to one thousand per annum.
The Methodist Church needs purging and
re-nodrliug. There are too many old clerical
Kiptf engaged in worldly pursuits, who hang
on to the various charges ia the Itineranr,
and prevent men from filling tbem who would
work eCit ieutly, hod ba tnuvu more acceptable
to tbe people at large. Then, again, tbert ara
too many local (mtl'Hj preachers, to promote
the iuterrsta of ?ion. Men who undertake to
travel ought to do that work, and no other,
and if they find tbey can't gite their time to
the work, they ought to jctire, and gtv place
to others who can.
Tbert it no doubt io tha world, but tha
tbt clam, r among preachers, to ba made
Chaplains, and tbt running ot one against an
other for tht office, lowers tbera and their
calling among tht officers and . men. Tha
demagogues who lead In this revolution, will
flatter the Ministry ,and make loud professions
of their reliance upon God, with a tlew to get
a religious fanaticism throughout tbt South,
but in tbelr hearts tbey will despite tbt clamor
among the preachers, and settle down la tbelr
minds, that it it tha $83 per month, that is
moving upon the great deep of their hearts t
Whilst tomt art tiacert la tbelr deilrt to ad
minister tpirltnal comfort to tba tolaitrs,
others art no donbt influenced by tbt rmaas
taeiVe, aa Judas wat in tht betrayal of Christ,
i Nona of our Clergy tutertais. or ditptay any
mtitu towards tht poor soldiers, either la
stating out of. or eolar into tht settles. Kor
did Judas entertain - particle of malict
against tba Satloar, but bit affections were
set upon tbt 44 fAtrfy pitttt tf nhrr," aad In
order to obtalB them, bt entered into a mar-
- if ' fi said cf Iie "boot tit trallora wbo
feat broogU tiiilisi jlfoat'ti ' taoa tht
country, and a good deal It laid, by way af
A, at to who tbey art. TortioBS of
theta llrt oa both sides of Mason ted Dixon's
tlat. But tht rat traitors who art rtpoo
libit for tbt disruption of tht American
tfaion, and tbt present Ciril War, threaten
tng Itteb earful consequences, art Yancey,
Abate,' Ttoiab, trytf, Davit, KUt, Iterson,
Wite.Matonj Wlgfail, aad BretklBrldgt and
Laae, who UbC thetnsel t es' to their miserable
purpotes ir tbert art any mett la thit coun
try who dettrtt tbt dooa of trailort, tbey
art tbesa authors of oar national calamities.
And if tblt war eootinst thret to fitt years,
as wtbatitttU will, tbey will bt obliged to
flee their country to Btoid receiving a traitor's
reward. Tbey batt milled and dectittd tbt
Southern people to the rain of tbt country.
Aud wbta tbt reaction takft p!ct. ai it
sorely will, popular ttageanct will seek
tbera fur punishment. Whoa disaster aad
suffering pertadt tbt South, as it sarely will ;
when tht Innocent people cry out under tht
burden of taxes and debt which this war will
force upon tbem, then will comt tbt day of
reckoning for tha real traitors tht political
demagogues who art tht authors of tht
nation 'a calamity. To avoid thit doom, these
en will make superhuman efforts to carry
tbt day oa tht field of battle, and that pre
vent tbe reaction wbicb promises tbelr rain.
Rut tbey cannot ttadt tha accountability to
God, and to an outraged people. And if tht
war continue three to fire years as wt tin
cerely believe it will, tbt mea we bavt named,
and other smaller lights, will be fugitive ia
foreign countries I '
Democracy Trims pliant!
The Satanaab R'jbdcan, aSreesiita paper,
but an old Whig journal, thus protests against
tbe Dvuxttiiinjf of tbt' Confederacy, ia a
leading editorial of tbe 27th July :
- Wkathar ta!ad or aot.lt la arama kMa fact that
ary ra t uf tha OoafeoVrata CaMoet. with tba pYMtHjeat
aa t Vira t'raaidtal. hava hoaw taaa frow tba raaka of tba
dd Damot ratlr party. Tblt ekowld a4 ba aa. It erataa
diatiwtlona without a raaan, and.tpariaj pain ahoaM
hava ban takaa to avoid it. It id vary certain that wa
hava a good admiatatratlve (fik art who Barer bxluajrad
t tha Dtmnrratic party at tkaa who did. aad maw bo
ara (iv!n aa mack laMiarfaal aad fcaUrwl tap-irt to
tha u Of.apromaat aa any othar eitlo d" tha kapab
lie; and wh.la tbia ia aa, wa oaa aot aadarauod why tbajr
all ihald ba otarlouked in tba datnbutioa of aotHta
The 'publican teems not to know what
must be apparent to evert reading and think
in man, to-wit : that tht organisation of this
Southern Confederacy ia Intended to revite
and re-animate the old defuwet, and corrupt
De mocratic party, under the cUak of South
era fights. Tbey wnt Whiga and Union
Democrats to aid them la fighting aad tax
ptjiog, but when the war it over, Suin
'rmocratt alone will tbart la 44 tba diatribn
tiou of honors and trus's."
Flsht do. Bght hair.
Tbart fa ao dog ff auaa tbara.'
EanJt of last Tes&esiee.
Py way of answering all enquiries as to
the Uues of this Bank deposited la suit, we
will state, that not one dolUr has yet been
collected, to distribute among depositors,
because tbe Rel Estate of tbe Bark has not
been cashed, and tbe delay baa been occa
sioned by tht troubles upon tht country,
causing it so difficult to tell property for
anything like its value. The whole matter
has been turned over to the Clerk and Ma,
ter In Chancery, Davto A. Dxapxbick, who it
an honest and correct man, and will conduct
tbe whole matter properly, io all respects,
paying out when the money comes into his
bands. Wt bate bit receipt for $52,500,
deposited, In which, we represent fire hun
dred persons. We repeat, that not ona dol
lar has been repaired yet, tther bf , or by
tht Chancery Clerk. Once'for all, let tblt be
satisfactory, and let geutlemen bating these
issues in suit, exercise the ptttienee acces
sary. " Brownlow Caa't Get Away!"
Certain Secessionists are boasting that we
cao't get out of Eat Tennessee that tht Con
ferfrate forces bate ut surrounded nd doa't
intend we shall leareth eountryl Such will
be rather Mtoniabed when we tell then
that wa don't want to 'leave that we
don I intend to leava-that wa can neither be
coaxed or driven nut of the country aad
that we are just where of all other places, we
desire to be, at home. The difference bt
twees us aad tutu of our cititens, who are
uttering those 44 loud swelling words, " it, wt
stand by our principle, and dre to defend
them, while they, through a truckling spirit
of cowardice, from base merceoary tnotitts,
and from most disgraceful anxiety to be
with tha p.rty In power in tbe StMe, hypo
critically pretending to what they are not,
and cry out for tkt, which, in their terj
hearts, they despise, loathe, aad coodemB.
God deUter ua from such a dog-liko spirit; of
submission to tyranny, nod Us tooltl
Look out For TttieTe.
Seteral bouses, aad oflicet, bate been en
tered In this Chy. within the last tea or
fifteen days, by thieves of one description or
another, aad robUd of taluble articler.
There ara too snany persont here some
whita and some colored, who have" no visible
employment who do nothing, and drink
liquor. They canst either starts, bag, or
ttwal, and they art meet apt to resort to tba
Utter. Let all families keep a tlgilant watch
oter their homes, and let tbam keep tra
arras iq their booses, to at to meet tba catet
of thieve who may break in upon then, at
tbe dead hour of nightt
7Dr.;rtcharld8 tt Scceiii51
Ft, fc. ftcxiir &. D,
tney, 1st been ht iccleisitictj W. v
tf the Old 8cboei Presbyterian Ch,rJ
sbott forty tart past. Wt heard k '
la Baltimore at least a qurter of a C
pait, aad beard bint with icterett, tor
mas of talents, tfie preaching , JHe ' " 1
Iflgt, If trsenUf and mandatory, a ehara
litto man. Ce Is oat in tit ;.& ,lV
his Quarterly, la long article, u?otl
jert of the preset t war. After aotic;.. 1
tobdittoa of the Wettera portiou of .
be says t '
" got Ika tsaat fanpettawt of tba
ta tba state af affatrt wa bva baea i'mUm-ii?4
prttett praetteabta Wuiitary r.u ta
throairh tba kaart wf Sh meat tnr j,.,,. 7
Whom aVlh, lata tha vary k art af tta iduIj V
ecxMtry, wbanty thaOaaaval ftwmfJiu
amy lor tba protacwow af U jilni,m iB tL7Zl,Z
af Ueoraia ad both tba t-rat.aat "1 tr?
Taoatiaaraow tha rxbt. T aa ku JTt !
an WwOaro VBgi aad btw. txatl fc
aaa, patrla tato taoryla. Alalaaa JtTl?
Boath CandiMk Two baaJrad am myk
wart, aad duabia at kmg from aorw t ,i
vallays af thta rewarkabla racioa, SabM narTahmT
aaoaataia nijMi raa y ia t.. tir
army fUr tba pwctioa of by- e i,, .
tbewld take, i saarrb of tea or Bfta.w
Otikj rlvrr. tbruaah W aaura ttrgiaia. w ajyi..
tbarattroad which conoarta tla AU-btit 4
whamtrt.pt rivar at Maaiphwu Tba -1Iu4 aa . ?
ward avnamant iavitad by tba em4a t of Tur.,.
IMtvatad by tba h)jra military and phc
aUuoa, woald ba tmawdMta ad dae if tTv
at adrewata fcrca, aor aa aLla e. n fcj,f i r l1
paraaratad btathraW to Kt Tenaaa. y,r
aad tha bach part of ttaorit and tA, (mr-n CT
ma la tba bit that wa baa vaatartd : arT ?
thai thry ara aot ot f tba ra b &f anoctr. t
that Wa tbnwaaad v4oatrt fra tt, a, in r
tm hy woabl 0Jw Bh-t AW j, k
taa, Sjr twrh aw dct. aa t It auy w
ad.bJ, taw tkwwaaad m.e from tw, flrnu. .Tul
thtrimawd WU Jota lham la taat T-tarrw!.-
' Sewell'iTciEt eatt 2ofb.
We noticed the fact, tone djs ae,?, .j
tht Confederate troops had evMaaAtdx .
Point, on acconot of that H!g CtioB '
being brooght to bear upon tbent, witli tr
ball weighing five to six btiBdre-i poli
The Secessionists have met it w'r.h
He aot a word of truth in it a fahriattoi.'
Ac. Wt repeat that it if s, aai that ti
rests opoo tbe authority of two rc!b
respectable Georgians, in tbe CosWma
army, and stationed at Sewell's Point
These letters are ia E&tt Tennessee, rt
tbe fact to a sister of theirs. The Ccata
rate forces fell back more than oiumlt, nrjf
their breast works aad heavy guns, bit rJl
calling tbelr new stand Sewell's Pr.a!.
These are limply tbe facta ia tbe est, isi
we bad tbem well authenticate J beor tt
anaounced them. The Confederate snnr,hM
forbid the publication of such facta aithete,
and tbis is the reaioa why they ha;t aot
appeared ia priatl
In certain races of men, valor dstndj
from father to son 'brough maay ;. tai
many geterations ; as ia certain race, lit
wise, cowardice, Ijing propensities, sai p.
tillanisnity curdle down along the of
long dynasties of villains and covarij. L'
we know bow tbe ancestors 'of such sai sari
people deported themselves ou mraorab
GcraitcBS whether their tineas sl'oel er
relaxed; whether tbey gave aad Ui tie
ttrokee of battle like men and warrion; or
whether thry tubmitted to be cbokfi ita,
and kicked and cuffed around geaeranrtvt
may predkt tbe behavior of thsir desceo JaaU
under similar circajustaocei.
The iron-hande-t' Dans, whM smote tl
sledded PoUck on the ice" was a m.a sf
talor. The corlt-pated cava!iers of Prlcit
Rupert were men of tlor. And while
utrert that this ttordy valor does not bdoii
to all men by right of descent, fpemly,
n!y, we say unto you, reader, we inB4a!
AaeoBg other things captured at JIt.
by the Southern army, were some hBi-cs!-A
great noise is made over these, asthosit
federal army intended tbetu for Soutfceratri
All large armies are troubled more or t
with mutinous soldiers, aud cvry with t
tbe means ot subduing such in their
ranks. These hand-cuff were f.r ti tU
other oaroose. Xerxes forced hi hire
riant to fight bv the arplicatioa of the
Stott. ia Mexico, carried hand-cuff wuik
army, and when certain mea deserted,
were cauht agtin, put iront oa thm, ani i
Catholic Chaplaiot called ia to ititruet
to lUud firm, aad do their duty.
Th Weather aad the Crc?s.
TK wea'tbe? it warm, and at ties , rtf?
tultry aad close, with fine raiaJ in every f
rtclion. Tht cora crop wsi never
promieine;. All kinds of vegetables p.
aa abundant yield. Tha whet ban"
otcr, and nearly all accounts agree ti t
yield 1. good and tbe HJilllf 'lt
Some wheatWAS injured by tbe rit. -being
cut and thocked iu the
breadth of wheat sown was verygrwat. t
are fioe, quite abundant, ad have ben f"
sated ja banestiug. Ilay aiiPc"' lrm
and never nore abundant. All elawes
our ciUtens bate great reaaoa w be tha
for our abut Janl supplies.
Our Krox County Subscrifc
As a matter of accommodation all "
tn . I. . v.. , itra aabAL-ribrs ts -
WtWHIIMt i.w , j
to as, end we will allow i aotut
nrstm for a good article. Oihera.-"
prefeg It, can pay ia fire wood, tspeta'.'
who lite eoatenet to town. We
accoatmodttt ourselves to the times,
I lite tad let lite.