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THE AVILL OF A l'KOl'LH HKSOMTED TO UK FiiEK IS LITTLE LESS TJIA
WINCHESTER, TENN.. FEBRUARY 18. 18(i3
UTi'iK ll,lt witl thoso w,1 havo murdered her
sons on every iiold from Texas to the
J. SL.rVTh;it,:iROlUli:Tjt. Atlantic.
"" -- E NATO It WOLKB'S JclXT KtXlLVTMXS.
t liert'ili, the Dl'CSOIlt civil uvi.i- into
SJ33-l-S.a,ia5Sraa2Dat?S3: which the people havo been fbrccd by
t- the-.wickodaud fanatical factions North
Koticeo Subscribers. and youth, is detrimental to tho best
: . Wnisw 'you find before your mum? on '"torcsts of the country and of man-
your pupor, pleas.! ruuw your suU Tiptioii, kind, and a reproach upon ilio civili.a-
Hfl it is a .noiicft thnt thu timu for which it tion of the ago. lilliii" thu land with
has b?en ptud will expire in u few ihivs. willows .n.,1 I,,,,,? , i
A very United, pure h,ihr Duil'v I'.ul- V ? V, . or ,ll!l,ls. ""Miming
and in wicked disregard of tho people's
voice, and best interests of tho country,
and all such acts ought to bo constitu
tionally res.stod by an outraged people.
1. Thai President Lincoln's schemo
of 'Compensated Emancipation.' which
proposes to tax the people of Indiana
to liberate tho slaves of the South, is
unconstitutional, and a monstrous ini
Unity, which a tax ridden and over
burdened people will not submit to.
The freemen of Indiana will nut cnn.
ailKru nti 11 1 t lit' (lovpiMi. st n t to iuinovurisli tlunn solvit iml ilimv
53 1 dpgr'ai(j.
liwiii will bti allowed lor iirtvcrti.o-im-ni -i
Tcrms ?l t eiuh squire. 1st in.'ertioa ; ,Viet.i i'iit and oppressing the people- wit h ! familcs to arry out that insane and
v 1 . . it. .... ' I . . . . . .
i'or imch hubsitmicnt inici'tion
Articles of much length, i at'-ndisl t',,r tiMi-
isUion; must be h.v.ulcd in in tho ton-noun to
iiwiire publication next day.
Ohituurie. Tt i luit s of iie-pcet, mi l J'liiiri-al
1 nr 'nations eh iivi-i.l n ndviTU.-einenU, hut n.ui
ria?n nni dentin published s new
AJvt'rt.isoinonU of' ch:iriubln iriiin;tiom at
..' 1. . i-i- " .' 1 111 rr-
- Done at Last.
J Frnm tho Indhtnapoli.- .loiim:.l, .Tun.
We call attention to two ots rf
joint resolution which wo puhlMi this
niorninir 0:10 introduced m tho .S';i
nte by Air. Wolff', of Washington, on
tho-Vth inst.,the other int.ro bleed by
3fr. Brown, of Weds, yesterday. Oiw
is a long, bitU r and dishonesi. eo'l-c
;ioii of causes of complaint auin .t I'o
fiiMicra! (WMmmeut. hog t t!i
main purposo of its prparai i'n, tln m'.
viaraliou of an anuisUc-', and t'le oib-T
i a short., direct and juo'eiiipt ory d
in n nd for an armistice, and a prov'-.i-i.i
for f.he election of deii;tt's ia April,
to .-iltend a National (Jonvenlwa of a'l
ttio States, rrid tx well as l!. to be
held si NaIHH", on the first Moi i:;v
in June. This hitler is tho end t wi; -'i
other was directed, and vo may
look it it only. I:, siinpiy and exp!ie
it'y declares that this war s.hail 11!,
-and ifthrt (r-neval (Jovernnient won'!,
taxation oeyona tiieir ability to bear ; wicked policy, but will resist it bv
destroying tho prodictivo iinlusLrv oi'i cvory constitutional means it: their
tlic laboring man, nml filling the cotb-rs
ol I lie weallhv ; tillimr the
section of the Ui
Ml with a va raiiond
and servile race to compete with or
lrey upon the industry of the white
man; imposing uneipial burdens an 1
commercial restrictions upon the dit
('rent portions of the Xorth, t herebv
increasing the danger and tho evil oi
further disintegration; s.pping tl,,.
foundation of r.'li-iou, inornlitv and
public virrue ; eoiTiiptiug our rulers by
an increase ot political patron. i re ; des
troyit.g personal liboriy under the
tyrant n pie i of necessity ; and obliter
atic.g from thy hearts ot'the Meo--le the
KXl'KKssi.Y I'OR THK DAILY UUl-LKTlX
"Werecoivod no dispatches last night,
the wires being down bolow Chattu1
Smokinu Mkat. This is a branch of
domestic economy in which wo havo
as yet but little experience, but some
of our clever country friends havo told
us all about it, and wo shall toll our
For tho purposo of smoking moat,
select dry materials, such as havo not
undergone tho slightest decomposition,
as smoke is always flavored with th
... i . i i i .
palion. juvJe alarming to a free people, 8,l,Jt,uinLC L,llll,cu' coos produce,
a. ainst whi.-u the State of Indiana :lcco,din to BOmo who have directed
protests with indignation: and in the u ,l0W l ProCCC(1 a 3wcet smoke, con-
name of constitutional liberty h10 taming littlo water, and will bo found
aemamls that too aceursod system shall I," v. 1 "umimuiy.
eeae within her b rdj. s ; and we' """l'1' 11 uro hickory, and
declare the unalterable determination i (;oveilL wlUl Jry aw dust. Corn cob.
f. That the system of arbitrary
arrests, and wan tun disregard of the
irrcat Writ of Liberty, commonly called
habeas t'oi pus, by t!ie ( sd'inei ot Wash-',
ington. are. els of tvrannv and tisur-1
d' the people to maintain the liberty oi
speech, tho liberty of the press, the
ri :ht. to I'm writ of habeas corinis and
spirit of n ilionality and brot herliooil, i speedy t rial by jury, at every hazard
ut !l"od and treaare.
. Tl' it ttii- Sin'.ii of In liaiiii, on arcount of
fVot.oli to tint t'lli'iH, ;t;i l 'lit r;''ogri'll
ie;il i'..ion!i nail cm. I. Ill Ti i.il IllT-f-.-t ll.'ViT
which is t !u' only s:;ro bond ol Union ;
is the rem
bat waged in the
hatred, for an unftonstitution
odv lesson ih".t w;ir filmio
V fir the eril of di-amion ;
I t lie soil'it of ftoe: ''onal
1.1 loir lose
.1 to nir,
: 1 1 ' : i L Uioi a iii-l ot
ll sllllll ei!il';iti lliT
or in a manner ma sanction-!
laws of civilize ) warfare, it
strongest ally of disunion; and if per
sisted in will l esalt n-H only 'i Vo
baiikrnptev of th.i r.aiion and the im-
Will r mi -
I ilisiinioii ur :i
ii-oiu ilio .Stat.-s t. .rl' ri nr uiion thu .M insNshnii
j riirr. li.o' li !.! : m!i rt.-i di'iii.nnls tlm jmr
I i'!iiiiiii.ii of tin' Union, iin,l espiviiilly t,uit
I ;ln' UTr:,r ':ol.'v of tho M i !si.-i I' , from its
i -oi 1 1 ( in it m.imh r-1 1 :i 1 1 ivnmin und'.-r one
j jotv.'V'inii'ii- i ii. I i.nr ll.i:;'.
I 7. Tin: th- w.u- in wnii h we urc en'e'ed
I ..'ij-'it v.
peo le. but also
tj n i t, tight in;;,
''.' X!i III fir:
iU-pacU) aj tin' d ircrnmrnt,
'-nr. In nthtT M i $, it lU'cl ti'i
vfsioi! Look at it, measur it
wtigh it well. U is the first, b M
vi : ':
n ovorisiunvnt, ot t!)(;
oi a until sojjartiion (, n,.. (tutere
Mitioob iK. (1,'StrUCtlMii ii Oil ! i our S,.!r.!.,r- in Cmimt,. af.. in.li h,l im.l
admirable form of free gov eminent i "'"' f tni i v i--. ivem-Mi'il, to uso nil tlm
ytlil. j i"vrr ano iniuienei- oi unit- iiosittoiis hv lull.
towards the nlijct v. h thc.se traitors
have all along been laboring tor. It
places before the people of In din the'
issue. Union or no Union, ll lodiaua
'an while the Government of whieh it
in a part in fie-hling for its ey i veaee,
turn si way from ii and make 'peace for
itiudf, Indiana is no longer in the Union.
Th'n measure, if missed, will take our
State out of the Union as surely as an
ordinance of Secession It . an ordi
nance of Secession, 't was meant to
he. Xow, I ndianians, von who have
ITAcVi.". The oeotde of Ttoli'io'i I
i i i iv ; nir i ii
IS'il'e-i a j t'-. ,,f ;.t 'l
d-'Mrous t oat no etlort wliich it
iv:iK.iaaOf ' oopo of suecess m resl'Tin g
tii'' Union a it. wis under the CouMi
tulion shall im omitted, and being sol
emnly impressed witli l he conviction
that arms alone under tho recent and
present policy of the Cabinet at Wash
ington wiil never ace midish that
desirable object, and involving tho
prayers of till good men and tiie smiles
of a God of L'caco in tho furtherance
of our patriotic purpose; therefore
Ik it ll-Mhr.il ! the. (icneril Awm'th
of tic Mate of Jwliamy, 1. Tlmt while
we continue to obey every constitution-
sons, and brothers, and fathers lighting
nir tne u nion. no uavo gi-n oui- hi requisition wliioli truo patriotism
best and dearest I pres a-veit, you are slwill demand, for tho purpose of restor-
r.illd to a new effort, that all you havo i,,g tho Union and preserving our con-
hitherto done may riot ho a wasto of stitutional liberty, yet wi are onposed
blood. Traitors at home have iutroduc- to a war for the liberation of the slaves ;
od into your Loghdaturo a Secession or- and, while that policy is maintained by
dnaneo, and if they p is.s it you have the Administration, tho highest die-
accomplished nothing but your own tales of patriotism impel us to with-
ruin by all you have done. They have old from it our support, behoving that
taken advantage of 00,00 ) loyal men a war for that purposo is unconstitu-
W push the State to the verge of tiottal, and, if persisted in, will lead to
vSeession, and now they are openly tho inevitable and lasting destruction
preparing to give it the last and fatal of the Union.
thrmt. 'They shall not accomplish it 2. That no Union can bo maintained
without a fight, such as thoir coward in this country until fanaticism on the
hearts never dreamed of, but wo must negro question, Xorth and South, is
avoid bloodshed at homo, if possible, eradicated, and tho doctrine of Popular
His yours to prevent it. Loyal men State Sovoi eignty is acknowledged as
are not to bo legislated or driver out u fundamental axiom of tho Govern-
)f tho Government instituted by Wash- ment. The people of tho North must
i;gton, into tho hell born horror of yield up the heresy of Abolitionism, or
Jeff. Davis, without a struggle, and it lso yield up the blessings of the Union,
shall bo one that history will make Abolitionism and tho Union are incom-
ttiamorable for its terrors, if not for patible tho ono or tho other must
Its Htirnnsa 'Pliiu u irk blln -ilnrril Wn ii-inmnli A won A I ,,0 1 1 ... :., .,
havo seen ' the danger coming for a war against the Union : ;i irnv foe the.
year, arrd warnod tho people of it. , Union is a war against Abolitionism,
vow jt haa come precisely os avo re-, Abolitionism is moral treason, and but
dieted. - They mean to take Inditina for tho forms of law with which it is
nt ot the Union. Ihey . havo never clothed by tho Administration, is actual
"leant anything else., Uy tins reaco
f . J . 9. . - "1 . i.i.
"-"Mivonuon, ana inueponaonL ueiogato
contain an essential volatile oil, which,
when mixed with tho smoke of th
hickory, imparts a very pleasant and
palatable aroma to tho meat. Tho
smoke ot rotten wood is not only ui
pleasant, but unwholesomo, as it is Nour
and mostly steam; besides, it cause
tho meat to drip. By using tho proper
materials to mako the fire, there will
be but little Htoam, and consequently
but little water to saturate tho moat.
&lmu Ala.) Reporter.
Yankkk I5r.usTF.il. In tho Scnato of
tho United States Mr. McDougal, of
California, iias introduced a scries of
resolutions denouncing the invasion of
Mi'vi-Ml liv lh Vl-onch ( ol vio-ii iihoO aiwl
ii.iv a ri-lit to .uirt-iik. 1 Jur.-t-i.i .. ... ' .i ... .i. . tt. . i . , . . . i .
mix iv i r i mi ii ii i n in i inu f nn n m
aid .Mexico in expolling tho invaders.
What a taste those United Statos Sen
ators have lor colored people I It is a
terrible crime in .Napoleon to invade a
country peopled by an effato race of
half breeds, but wiso and virtuous in
Lincoln to send fire and sword to de
stroy tho highly civilized whito race in
the South. We hope Mr. McDougal
will carry his point, and that tho Yan-
i koes will rush to tho help of their con-
ii-. -ioou it.' it can 1 hroie'lii. to
.vi !i'.nor:ili!i' Mild .-atisfaet'.iry termination; und
Up' a licit suhli.'ct the ih'oiiIh who lire lii'iiriic
ioVi-r iiM-i i ollu'-riei- n
re- ilutl -n or oilii.rwi.s to neeoiieili-li thu I'ol
t-. v;: 1. lo proeun- nil iiruiis-i-l
-ii niouth, h.'twiien the fVdi'r.il
vid (Ion1' d' l'.Jle artnic.-i, l'or th" jiurpoMi of
t -siiic; r i - io-sihility of :i pcninin. iu pem-c
on tin- h i-i.-, of the 1'i.ioii. To pti.-s a law
caliiiii; it ('invention of nil the States, coin-io.-..l
of ilulfiitos freely ehost-n by the M.-i.pit,
to take itit i consideration tin; (Utile of thecoun
Irv, und to devise s-nm nhia of settlement to
hi.' Milnnitte 1 to a vote of the neoiile North and
Sou: li. by which th" Union dnilltie preserved j genial demi-navago friends in Mexico.
and t!i couture -(stored to n lusting nuncu. Win- don't. t.rwv bnrrin ? Tli rnanln.
l... i: i . .
tiiHis wero hud over until "a moro
plan, thoy think to do it without excit-
1 in., t f ..it.
:"'gine people oy tears 'ot vecosston.
; Klt the Secession is t here plain, direct
Xo patriot can bo an
3. That the interest of tho white
raco, as well as tho black, demands that
tho condition and locality of tho latter
Recession.' You can all see it for your-; should not ho interfered with ; pud a
: Mves.' Indiana once acting with tho j war, or legislation, or Presidential
, Jwbols in a 'Convention, independent .' proclamation to accomplish tho purpose
I 3f. 'Genoral . Government (which ' of tho nogroo's freedom and consequent
'S moasuro nrovides she shall do), niinrat.ion to t.bn Nnr!.h. .im iioia of
- - - ft - - -- -- " . - ' J w vuui.i
,ere is no longer a Union for Indiana flagrant violation of the Contititutioa,Ua-
That the governor he directPil to transiuit
a ceriiiicd copy of the foregoing pnaiinhk' und
r.:.- hitioii-i lo each of our Senators and Kep
risciitatiw's in Congress, to belaid before tln-ir
re' etive tiodicj, and til till) (lOVemorof flll'Il
i oi in Mute-;, io no nv inem utu Ootoro tncir
rt'sjieeti vo l.ee-ishitures.
The Fc;iii:iui, Abmv. Senator Rice,
who is a member of tho Millitary Com
mittee of the Federal Senate, made
the following extraordinary statement
in debate lately.
"I do not bcleivo there is a man i'i
this government in one of the depart
ments today that can tell us whether
we have five hundred thousand or a
million of men in the field nor who
can come within fifty per cent of the
number of sick and wounded in the
hospitals, or with their regiments.
Oae department makes its estimate
based on the supposition that we
have one million two hundred thou
sand men in our army ; another, on
the supposition that we have one mil
lion live hundred thousand men in our
army. The- simple, truth is they do not
know whether we have that number
or half that number. You may take
the pay department, the commissary
department, the medical department,
the quartermasters department, and
you may take, the commanding Gen
eral and the Secretary of War, and
you cannot, from nil of them, come
within three hundred thousand or
probably five hundred thousand of
the number of men in the service ; at
least, we cannot ct the information."
convenient season." Mobile Advertiser
DCf Duties. Every man ought to
pay his debts if he can. Every man
ought to help his neighbor if he can.
Every man and woman ought to get
married if they can. Every man
should do his work to suit his custo
mers if he can. Every man nhould
please his wife if he can. Every
wife should sometimes hold her tongu
if she can. Every lawyer should
sometimes tell the truth if he can.
Every man should mind his own
business if he can.
Job Hooker. We heard a little
item about "Fighting Jo," which is
rather good. Some one asked a Con
federate General, whose name we do
not feel at liberty to mention in this
connection, if he knew any thinjr
about "Fighting Jo.""Fighting Hell,"
he replied. 'Once when we were at
West Point together I kicked him out
of my room, and all he said was "Tut!
Tut! wha're you about!" This is au
thentic. Richmond Whig.
rjC7Tho oldest Israelite in America
died a few days ago in New York.
His name 1 hilip Ilirsch Horn: his ago
DC A visit to the office of the Cloth
ing Department for the army in thlt
city furnishes the most gratifying evi
dence of the active and extended oper
ations for the comfort of our troops.
Those vast establishment are now
packed with domestic goods and Ira
port ions ; lrom Europe. Richmond.