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The Grapevine, liko other nut J
news, is pretty well "stuck up." The
oniv items. we hear from tho afllicted
cityofNashvilloisth.it tho notorious
abolition J$fprftal 'Mitchell is issuing
ismao abominable orders relative to the
kin'treatment of the Merfroosboro'
Confederate flrftAners on th" pari o'
their irnmcdiato friend. The devil
incarnate uses every moans in his jiow
pp to show. 'his animosity, and unle-:s
the, viper curhs his temper and becomes
more' civilized, ho will render his name
a odious a4 'Bruto'Kutler Such a vile
and inxiitiattt RC4undrel should be dealt
with jn tlije sa.iuo. manner as did one
' of the Wise men ot the Old .homin
ion in' th'o caso'of one certain Ossawat
imo Brown, of Uarpoi's Ferry m.tori-rty.-
.Mitchell, Butler, Ibecraus and
ftpme Tow others of the saino id;, aie
dm verv essence of Y:tnkccdoiii-tl:o
reused scum ot degenerated i i. .i:r r; -;ythc
very offscourings of Boizcbiih,
and are eyV-ad.es in tlu sight d' !.-. I
ii-iU that vie around the thivi:e of
His Sittaiiie Majesty, and cater to the
tiistos of slighted demons that mock ;
ttm vorv God of our Fathers.
participate in tho oft repeated "merry
mazos of the dance," Like any otiier
eniul spyit, we, are jaru;ii u
''Nip up to Doodle' as much so as any
worshiper at the slirino of 'Fun, Frol
ic and Foibles." We'd like to
Dance all nie;ht 'till broad dnyligli,
And go honie with the gals in t-c inorn'g
In'dayerof yore" wo.hiadoit our bonn
njfutyto attend all the Festivals,
8hin-diV' and .'-Soiroes" and al
waya had a good tin.o. Give us the
floor, with"a fair damsel, and good mu
sic, and we'll "cut tho pigeon wing"
0 evvoet that it would n.ako your head
BwiniV reader.' We arc bound to go to
the Springs 'for our hoaltli.
C" We had ihe pleasure of an m
jroJuction to :.Lieut. Breckinridge, a
son of the distinguished Gen. John C.
Breckinridge. yesterday. Tho gallant
Lieutenant' B T
".Qnly Dinoteen years old.
"Wefoarfdhimtobe highly entertain
ing anu gifted afto'r tho prograramo of
his" father. May ho, like his noble and
hopoVedparemV make for himself a
Ramo'amoijg the great men of tho na-
V-Ajra t!.t.ii,o . '
Old Rosy. The very latest news
frpuiiRosnd-ans is that he is rusticating
lipid city ashvillc, up to his neck
in Lager Becr.
Bf5,'Wd were tendered on invitation j have not a ja-t .appreciation u. ! ne conn-, yil.0:l(.!u. ,j 1(, within good musket range, i (Ley obliterate many things which
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steraav tf a .! uittiry nan to coii.e v ' iuvm .w,...!. - - j,.nv v.....v,
,1 bplillgs to ntgl.L. won . , ,.,...,.!,!!,,.. her co nrs were haued . i ..i.,cl., nnnaA
, . , . ff , , u,.. v ,.' mourn ; itC irti;tu, wnv mu. " 1 w" " . ,. , : snis; men wtiu i.hiuu.hi ouNuiMm
our thanks-to (. apt. S wrr Ui m;l . . ,,t,,i ,... ,V8 took undtsinited ! ... , L ,' ..tnln
. , ... ., i I . 1 1 ec oi'l I i ) " t 'i ini "take ro with l ie . ' lumh-iiu i:.i.uw.
.nv.tat.on extended. We, the , Uc. se I o t a t .a t, n;)i,M1. A case in point occurs in this city.
" Local, will try and be thur and , iauwves .,-. o..u . itUulnot require long io uik u.o , m Coq.
WINCHESTER, TENN.. FEBRUARY SO, 18C3.
Jte William Duncan, Professor of
Philosophy in tho University of Aber
deen, in a Biscoureo concerning tho
Boman art cf war, says in his open
"Tho Romans, from Ptnall beginnings
and an almost contempliblo original,
roso by degrees to bo sovereigns of the
Tho celebrated author' 8 remarks
most aptly suits the present struggle on
tho part of tho great Southern people
in their onslaughts against a strong
and powerful foe. The Southern Con
federacy commenced tho war on the
smallest beginnings imaginable, and its
original, in point of numbers, was, to
say tho least, almost twy contemptible
when compared to tho legions that
eamo forth from tho snow whito hills
i' Vermont and the thickly inhabited
regions of the largely populated Slates
of tiie North. t, notwithstanding
the overplus against her, the little band
of brave and ilaiing heroes vanpd.shcu
the hoMs id' Abrah:.m in tho t'.itr-ot on
Manas.-us, bloodv plain..ainl from that
r(,od hour io the r.veseiit. f-he i.a been
grad'iahy n.-ing higher sunl lo; it in
the scale of war, and now ;r s In
fo ry civilized nations ot the earth tin
ill !oe.i!ii;i!ig vesti'l'd.;
v, (f me
lip Wi'li o:u-
is M P'iil '
deal. The .
hi 01 of l 1 1 V i
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f.- ' i ! ii.it. at- !
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ii.i-' s a
b'.iii ti .HI 1 -!.
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a grey t
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:ii rets corn, i!
y i .arg" i
.'I of ti!S Ill'gS. i
s, '. ( ,'), C.o I
iv G..1 will
!iuai"li ucii 'iekco'nes.
; ,i e s me! lines
lept ecititiiiir t 'onfc!
Iie ir oi persons
vei-v l,:ni;v. ll, s ' who
fjQ After several days of dreary
! v-iinv woiitber. the lowering clouds have
deployed ana origuiiy, naj.piiy ocuuis
the face ot an effulgent san, gi vitiu; a
cheerful aspect to nature and a flow of
gladness to every heart.
Mrs. John II. Morgan.
The McMinnville correspondent of
tho Kcbel has seen tho wife of tho
famous partisan leader, and here is
what ho says of her :
1 am r.o Jenkins, but I am a mortal
like the ha'anco of my neighbors, with
a curious impaisilivo turn of mind. 1
wanted to" ee what sort of an angel
the great partisan lead or had selected.
Luck has favored me, for this morning
about ten o'clock i met Mrs. John
Morgan. I will not attempt to describe
hereafter tho manner of the poet,
writers or Irish orators. I can't tell
whether she is an abete or a spirii 'an 7."
according to rule. 1 know that she is
a food looking young woman, very
ladydike, very amiable and very picas
ant. Whether her eyci are black,
brown or blue, I cannot say, for titer,
never was but one woman in this world,
the color of whose eyes is familiar to
me. 1 know, however, that her hair
is dark' brown, her complexion fair a"d
her cheeks sufficiently rosy to denote
youth and health. Altogether t np
prove John Morgan's choice, albeit the
policy of marrying at all is fJ be
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- I - ' . - hit tho I '.oil at ail. .Having now ti
- - senooner.
THE VICTORY CFFSAB!H PASS!
Brig of Why Murning Liglit and
a Schooner CaplurcJ.
EXCITING CI1ASF. AND SEA FfGIlT.
The arrival of (.'apt. Schowalter from
Sabine, bi'ings us some purlifulars of
the brilliant, victory of Major Watkins
and Lis gallant comrades otf Sidune:
Major Watkins, some weeks since,;
organised an cxociuiuou iv oruor oi
Major (Jen. M'agruder, having for its
djjeel tho clearing of Sabiro I'ass of
the er.emy and (heir capture.
To eti'ect this object the two Jitt.lo
i ii 'ii i i r i It
steamers Josiaii jiell ana l. ncio JH-.n
steamers Josiah J5ell and I. nolo Jicu
were jdaeed under hi:i coinmaad, with
about oiJU men drawn from l'vron's,
. . , ., , ( .
Spei. ht s and ('ook s regiments.
Tho Bell was armed with a t pound
ville cannon, aud tho Uncle Hen with
Tim cnemv learniii". no d vi't. timt
lion was lit ting up in .v..ioine
river, ana wanieo ,,y i.ur success .u,
1 II. , .,4
tialveslnn, loll ttio L ass ana inci; posi
tion in llio (julf twelve miles distant.
expedition got under v.-cigh on
Ihe -i'lh and ran down to Ihe I'ass.
iOu the nioniing of the :;l.-t the steam
ers g.t up steam and started fori he
nir. i ney (iiseoverea :u Kooi,! mmu
miles di-lnii'u1 t wo vessi.-!s, which lrov-
e l to In tie' I.i ig-o!-war .virn.n :
inniniiiii."- eivht I!2's and one ri:
and a schooner the name ot wmcn
our informant does not remember
monnlirig two s,dei;did Dahlgrens.
The .M . rii i . i Jd.ght is the same ves-
i . i i
. thai, destroyed Winston's Stilt
litnished in !
I t.h it ai'Inie.
j " 1 1 i s : 1 1
; 1h"m ti-y n
i -cipe o;i;' U
! o:iC( lint on
'-(( vr red
;n v.-.is :u
-.iii titnl ra
and ii r i exciting c
i a -e
j ,.ot, iiiencd.
Aj about 1 o'clock tlu c!
,.! jiboitt I.i miles, the JI.-I
! be ';ivis (tterds k
Ti e oha-e continued tVr some miles
(.11.th;,1.i ivill,, ()U1. hoys time to fire
ten or twelve shots, several of which
k effect in the brig.
The In i answerea but was nnahlo to
Maior Watkins continued
tho biilliaut p''i Ibrmancos inaugurated i
ruder on our coast: tin I
t.-ttlw.ni i lir Im rd'.M in sin or o'tm. iiduC
to our navy two excellent vessels, 1 1. "transportation' nau oecome impos
heavy puns and stores of tho most val-' siblu. Still the supply kept adequate
uable characler. All honor to him for to the demand. When the hogsheads
How the Bell and Undo lien wore
fitted up need not here be told. They
belon , to the Magruder fleet.
aliant -Major is still cruising oft
Sabine, ready to receive contributions
from old Abe to our navy.
Ilajor Watkins' Official Eeport-
The following is the oflicial report of
Major Walkins, of the .brilliant naval
engagement of the 21st:
S.u.iNK I'ass, Texas,)
On Board G. S. Gunboat Bell, V
January 21, im. )
G.wtain: Wo met the enemy this
i lorning, in the Gulf of .Mexico. We
whipped them, and brought everything
to Subino Bass. I fought them ten
guns to our one.
" My oHicers and men behaved nobly.
We pave captured two veiels one of
them a full rigged ship, and the other
a schoonertwelve fine guns, medical
-tores and ammunition in abundance,
together with one hundred and nine
Oscar j!. Watkins,
Maj. & A. A. General cotn'dg on the
To Edmund P. Turner, Capt. & A. A G.
EXl'RSI.Y 1'OJL THE DAILY BULLKTrN
JilCJIMOND, Feb. 10.
Northern dates to tho lt3th have been
received, containing foreign nows.
Sir JJobert Pecle had beon speaking
on tho American question, and express.
cd the hope that tho States could ulti-
matoly beconvi separated from each
j.fl'..i I T ,k i . .Mjl.m iwtJ m nitiia Af ( K A
""' " w"u,""m'u " v
"- ne tonuemu
. , . ,
cipated slaves in tho
Thero aro only rt".t
ition which ouian
tho rebel States.
i-mors of contingent
ny 0 ilion , Xanoleon.
The Jjondon Fiess and Manchester
(luarilian hear ot a uiuiculty between
, . . .'
the 'iritis i ( overnmcnt and tho Cabi.
net at Washington, relativo to tho
seizuro of British vessels in the
The London Times says, perhaps at
no time during the war has fortune pro
claimed so decidedly against tho North
and its whole military operations.
Tho Northern war news is unimpor
tant. i An order has been issued prohibiting
' tie' circulation of newspapers in th
armv of tho Fotomac.
Vallandigliam, in a fpeech at Now-
. ' ! . .
i s.uo sewuiv uvu out vi vwry unw
' ii'ii'drcl 111 -.mi in tho Northwest are in
f.ivor of the cessation oi hostilities,
;il , :!. coi; mei:ccinei:t of the experi
t lent of restoring the Union and tho
i,'on.-.i ilitt.ou by peaceful measures. At
he close of his speech ho asked, "Will
on send your sons again to the battle
! i.id v" Overwhelming cries of, "No
Gold in New York closed at 155.
?J ysTF.RY Explained. Fires some
tiiiics reveals strange things. Whilst
H'uc'.tly ihe price had gone up enor;
I'1 I " '
! tho supp ly w.;.ild give out entirely, as
ran low. l'resdi ones made their ap
neartince. The "supply remained
"steady and firm." There was
alwavs nlentv on hand at the price.
, . f it airoad men said it
htid occasionally found its way out of
the city of late, but seldom into it.
Steamboat men made similar state
ments. Still the supply never gave
out, although the price continued to:
g up. The fire occurcd, the curtain
was raised, the denouement appears,
and the mystery was solved. Broad
street is literally full of huge hogsheads,
well filled with what had become a.
rare luxury in our market. Where
did they come from? Did they drop
from t.ic skies like the manna of old?
Or, can if bo possible, that they emer
ged from quiet cellars and hack rooms'
iti upj rehension of the destroying
elements Columbus Sun.
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