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'Alii:, WINCHESTE11, TENN., FEBRUARY 19.18G3.
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r:srAmnt,PLorm-wKL :havo ,o:iVO (0 on JFo w;lnt0)l tho
-.ArrrrrcTT.TTr.TTtv.i.:'.' A Senator to express his opinion on the
sending the r rer.eu jIhiisloi- to Uieii
! moud, ;uid in sending messages Ihrougli
! him to Jeff. Davis.
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aion, mrxt bw-lnvnded in in ...tho forenoon to , ' .
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" iuI-udcV. Tributes of llespoct, tiud Funeral . '"-J r , "".T'
Invfttttions ilmrgwl is ad vor'tiMsunmts, but nm. j J;UVlr.l l-.O, .A., ridi. ,
-ul' ud deaths published as nws . To t!u FJik;' f tU IT'
AJivfftifoinoptof charitubKi institutions at
U.tf Vo need not say anything in praise of
tho following poPiii. lis exfp.n.iite beauty will
make an adnurer of every reader.
' From the Charleston Courier.
HY CUAULIK WKUWOOD.
Now thu wild hyi rant round the lonely
Tim fires burn low and dim;
All thoaiiLj-'ls iiav "iiii'iu'd tlieir starry lamps,
A lid havt; sung ti.eir "hhI night" hymn;
Ari l slT- j.iru: yourd, on tho ground I luy,
And I diT-in "f all Uiiiig.; fair,
my 1 'nought-, I'.kf birds mw lluttor away
To n lv darUng, loved one, dear.
U!i ! I ,'i:v:ini,
one, of the "olden zone
I've wlien'la-t we met:
! To many (? t !:
3ressa-o of Piv.
The .Yankee Senate.
To.the .Yankeo! Senato last weok, a ; tion i'.-'-b t'fo
t i I 4 , iMngPap thfl Oil itia t.r t. IP. ! I'riSU . i:!.,,!
dent wns under consideration.
Mr. Carlile opposed it, as nwjeiij
lioirtlfiitid-rtaid, a.non other tlmi'rs
'if ihorjoHey df tlie warwan-to h.- lib-
Ii tn 1 tiki TTn ion
dl'ty IU UIV niii v c, vi vv.im v..-. .....
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iK '.v a';'!
vni'iK.- ties : ,e
(be Sla'es'n? '
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r iftiii tno laiier -wuuiu o; u,y uuij
M.r. Sherman said.'.'sif thi . or sook
i;ot i.-asod, lt
a ' f t iHt'.'l e'.il
nrv f'al Is-' -, ." :d :
(.O'fni.e ). ;(!i 1 1 !'.'
i 'ill ,! ! e I . n'.
i !' I'co ;i I'd. t 'i
d -i-d SO')-' ;.t.
h-rs of the late
l):;vi, il seems
'i ;;i;i m and
MA'crebiTf " of
i i If. ' " i.-!ar.
' o-i::M',ed by
1 1 i-d v;! !i ": sii.-h by
(); the laughing hours and love's sweet tone,
Yi !. i' h i:iv lienrt can ne'er fnrgct.
To i j n ;i. i I. i iii I hn with your own bright
And m soul leaped no with n'ee,
AllO til!' llll'.
up within (iod's own hide;,
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Seemed to cmy ymi and iae.
::..f'ii.- d to envy the smiles yiai gave to me
'i'lie w.irds of your peerh-M eye,
Wliieii luah stirred my I, curt with a grand old
L . '. e,
A lifted to- soul on high.
T : -iJ.'t the wild v.inil-i rave and ran!,
T:i " ihe rie'i lutlm of V't'ir kiss
;;e!.le ihe t.iii mountain peaks that ri.-e above
Vii a Y I . I.
EXPRESSLY FOR THE DAILY BL'LI.KTIX '
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sej-arate. i . i j
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with by t he very trevi
v.l.icii t'r.oy iiad. revelled
ijiiMtudo cla'uu lh:u tiiey
(lonendi'io.-o f. I be Ur.ie'n
hiicIi cnrlserif't btv.- w
should despair of sueccss
JJrv Poolitlc denounced tie eilort to J!.;ir;d, :ei i l.!i:if, U
initif uito:nd l)emocr;ior (d t'be .Norib' ;f()V ,., , , .,,
ihe idea, tUat the war was nitrons: jt ii -
. i' ' i . . .-..1 i .... r :i 4,. vOiisi.!.
lioiiube- lien.conUU'T, coupi nei. i u y
prftdn'ti" "niiK'diiof.. ' if tho- popie for ,"1S'
nnr cnOf- should fail do support 1 be f:;e
(hiverriment, and the Southern -Wed
ornev " wi "established, it need oil n' .
projiheL to foretell t!e result. Appoa!-; f)
uMtihUbe initio, first 1o. the B'lrd.M- .
Stat'cs"; to join thw and then. to J'enn
hvrvania ' af.'d Indiana, by preiaid'!"
t iiom a " inon'oprdy d' manii':!!".!;;-,';. ,
nud, under the iead ol snob lb m-xM-ai
as .lairteii Buchanan, an efjort wouid b.
mflde to-coin no! tlwye States to ii-to
lli'nt Corifierney. JIo beli-v.ed il
bo tiie:ioriginar ednftpirJ t"
.1 rtm Unchainn was H 'irtne"
. 1. . f.a.wl '.lie l.'itieri. . I! f'O ii.;
has said that, it' t ho South went, tho
5tate of IVntisrlrania would ;" with
them., . .ti.
"AhO", Jiieo . (Dc'm.;Mlan.) asiced the .
Senator il' ho would express bis vp!'1011 i f,t"
' of Ho'rafre (iredv. i 'I'lio Dm:
Mr. .Doulittlo id ho was po-tW tly j V..M s(1;0jl.
wiliiujc to express his opihion. Horo- r , d ,y
yarded: itho , cj arse 'of tho. T!y- ? f i nl. i I7S -1York-rTibune
in. December, W.J, and , ,-,vle hh
also the course pursued by that. paper j x.-w if.
latterly, as amon? the nift- n -tort u - j S;:,us v.oi
nato of oceurrenees, and mt mis'-biev-1 i .in-io
oiii in its tendency. Ike. Ano )r,
Herald was regarded as tlx organ ol
the Democratic pirty, and day a:ier
day.that paper was saying to the peo
ple 'of the 8outh;: ; 41 If you go out of
ihe Union, and tho friends of Mr. Ian
eoln shall undertake to force. the po ple.
to submit to this authority.' the Democ
racy of the North will nse in arms,
"and no. Republican soldier, shall ever
bo permitted to leave his State. L ms
v.-2i i'..rt' nf The. IL'rmtl. unti
was 4m ,a ii f, - r - , i , Fl,.(k.).io!sb;i!-. :ds es I he lollou
tuo.se , at tno doulu i"." " " , . .. , ..
Dcmccracy of the JSortU yyouia ngiii
arainst their country, and that, if there
was a' civil" war, it would bojn tho
Free States. Tho Now York tribune,
at the same time almost equally untor
tttB&fctV; said: "If thoy want to go, let
them go Horo was Tho Now Aork
Tribune,' claiming to bo the leader of
tho gre.Jlopnblicttn . party, saymg, in
iubtae,;to- theso, SecePhjouiats, ' Jt
rou go, the Eepublica.ns. will not flgUi.
yon;''' These two presses working upou
the" mind ot tho . Secessionists,- made
them believe Mhat -they could enter
upon and carry through their attempt
tto reconstruct the. Union without any
nJlr'Latham (Dera.,.Cal.), raised tho
MOBILE, Feb. 18.
Tho Advertiser and liogister has a
special dispatch from Jaoltfton dated
Tho N. 0. Picayune of tho 14th haa
been received at Tangipahoa. It says
the Delta has been suppressed, on ac
count of publishing objec'J.ouablo arti-,
cles, i: ia supposed.
Tho Era, a now paper, reports, that
Hanks was shot at from a window,
Tho Delta says an officer carelessly
threw some oxplodirg cartridges from
a window, which txp'oded near Jhmks,
Tho Louisiana was burnt on tho 1 1th.
Tho Delta publishes a rumor that
Butler was shot by T. K. Bontingly.
Banks has suppressed tho Chicago
Times in his army.
The Federals are making good head
way at Yazoo, Miss., but amplo efforts
are being made to arrest their further
fCf3 The Yankees give out. -saya-ihe
Wilmington Journal, that JSavan
nab is to bo attacked before Charles
Ion. Their giving this out lead us to
doubt it. We don't think the enemy
have a.nv idea of wasting their
''' - r'"'1- thought to my love I strength to do what would advantage? '
spi- .Ve.. ,o:,ri..g and high- j them little or nothing.- Savannah is
de-n p. .oii.pier or die. j no longer n port. io vessels go in.
; or out. Tho Yankee) possession of
I Fort I'ubiski of itself teal the en
:.r. bav ..... f::T ai.d terrible storm. i trance of the Savannah river as effect -
: ii i'.' ! k ii 'ii' u t'ejifh s rieree wound. ! .. . .,, , , i v,
...... . . ii'iMt- i.v it oniilil nr. vionlnil nnd nrp.
' 'i.,iv. i, 'ia treeiv ana v.uriii, r
.; :.. .. .a. d:.i-:; gr.-u: d,
. , .1 ;. un 1 1 r to tbt; skie.5 ;
A ' ' ere I 'ill V1 ! 1 1 ie Sill I n. . I . -..l.t I.,. .
.i;iii,ui. jiiL-ir iiiint uc wum iiiti
S'l'-.iiid lie' loud dnuiH at (lie dny'seiirly d:tMi,
K: ihe r-y -:u, gild.- the Ea-t,
I'.iuie!! ih forth with keen, eager hhe'es
To :! ' s !) :oh a w iid feast
vents tho f!()nfedertes receiving any
1 1 r j i I i s from ulrond by way. of Sa .
am "f t'l
s, und feel thy bright ;
Wilmington Journal niblishes'
!"win:j cop-,- of a circular issued j
ranee at t aat port
D::!-.'.!:tvf.xt of State, )
lincii.d, Jan. 31st, 18G3.
' v, M:o
i rc.it ed
a i .v can .a r.
ou t: liicir in
i oMo'd under
tho ( V)risi d'ntion, nifuio a
porno live to seven years r.i: rr'
The above extract, won!'! have made
an appropriate pari of tho Mes
" Omens of Peach.- A correspondent
of tho Tlofidion an I t. :UiuJ, writing
iiv sinrruUr freak ol'natur
his letter. Jlesays:
While ?paking of peace theroisa
legend coniiected wit'i a, spring near
Jrederlcksburg whic'a I will relate for
tho benefit of the curious: According
to tradition this spring was discovered
running three months before the rev
olutionary war. Three months before
n treaty of peace II dri-jd up and ceased
to run. It commenced running again
three months before tho war of 1 S 12,
and three months before its close, as in
the revolutionary war: it again dried
up, and so with tho Mexican war.
Three months before Ihe fall of Fort
Sumter it commenced running and a
short lime pinco dried up.
I give as my author lor this an aged
ii.. Kid rliKPiiPinn wan out-. Oil Ig'VC
P u r?Zl ..." oa n i,A mo. ! man. who iva born and is living near
the fpringand Avho pas consioeraoie
j,ropcrtVVlid offers to bet it all tv.at
tion to' refer tho bill
Tfid Yica-ProsidentVCdeeidod . that it
wo will nave iioaco m
MroliS' : (Rep, J WAl.). ' eaW i from t,h, drying up of the Spring
- ilnfl Ivv till' T t I J t Si;iV."iT1-
n.tli. but, on tho other hand, there
woo Id be a risk of losing prestige
Charleston. ! should the attack upon that place fail.
Tho really important points nt
wnicb the enemy intends to aim his
rrviin Mows botwcftn now and Juno
ueh to the Consular Agent fj IlPftiiahlv.if not certainlv Charles .
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i on. Mobile and Wilmington on the
i coast. Vicksburg and Port Hudson on
the Mississippi, and Richmond in the
in terior. To these, other points are
secondary. The seaports we have -named
are the only ones now of any
use to the Confederates as seaports.
The circumstances which confer im'.
portance upon Richmond and Vicke-;
burg are known to all. Let us
keep our eyes especially directed to.
the five or six points above referred
to, and we still find a solution to all
the otherwise mysterious movement f
of the enemy. ' '"
!' i .-'' " 1 '' .' U'iironrt,
(.'., . Atjcnt of Franun,
at WiLnintun, N. Q.
Sia: fan instructed by the Presi
dent or tho Confederate States of
America to inform you that this Gov
ernment has received an official despatch
from Flag oilieor Ingrabarn, command
ing tho naval forces of tho Confederacy,
on the e ia.-t of South Carolina, stating
that the blockade of tho harbor of
(.'iiar'n slo:i has boon broken by the
complete dispersion and disappearance
of the blockading squadron, in conse
quence of a successful attack made on
it by l he iron-clad steamers commanded
!v " Flag Onicer Jngraham. Dining
this attack one or more of tho block
ading vessels were sunk or burnt.
As you are doubtless aware that by
Ihe law of nations a bloekado when
thus broken by superior lorco ceases to
exist, and cannot, bo subsequently on
forced unless established de novo with
adequate forces and after duo notice to
neutral powers, it has been deemed
proper to give yon J the information
herein contained, tor tho guidanco of
such vessels of your nation as may
chooso to carry on commerce with the
now open port of Charleston.
Your obedient servant,
J. P. Ik.NJAMIX,
Secretary of State.
COy Two rival publishing houses, in
Boston and New York, have published
simultaneously , My Diary North and
Sotiih.'My Wm. 'Hoivanl Russell, tho
correspondent of thc-London Times.
English Preparations. -The rap id i,..
ty villi which vast armies and . incal-,,
culable quantities of munitions of war .
have been transferred from po' it' tort
point by both parties in our struggle,'
lias enlisted the attention of 'England'1
to the lack of ability on her part to do
so in Canada, in the event of war, and!
she is evidently going to prepare to
enjoy the same advantages. She un
derstands tho precarious - tenon bv
which she holds the provinces. At,
present, in the winter, she has no out
let to the oceanthe St. Lawrence'
being frozen up except by the Grand
Trunk Railroad through the United
States. In the event of war with tho;
Federal government, of course this
would be cut off. It has been deter
mined to provide against such a con
tingency, and a line of road, to be
called the "International railway is
to be built from Halifax to the 'point
where the Grand Trunk" enters, the
United States. The English fcovVrii-
ment displays its usual sagacity 'by
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