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fjSr Tha following article from the
Mobile Register suits us exactly. It
anticipates an article xce intended to
write, and we therefore accept it:
The Northwest Again.
Prince John's significant speech i.;
worth dwelling upon. John Van
Uuren occupies a peculiar position in
the State of new York. To nli ap-
poarances a wag and joker, lull of
mart sayings, aud with lew i-unvie-
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lions, he la roallv an earnest and
H-HOU man, of largo iatellcct and
lecj thought. He is the .Mephiutop-
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lilies oi llio pre:u p.triy unicn m
lAtMy taken tho reins of power in his
iS',;Ur, and may lie. regarded as essen
tially the representative man of its '
idea and policy. It was ho who first
nominated and elected Seymour Gov
eu'lior. ' It was he who drew Iron
Cioneral Scat the "Wayward Sisters"
lottor; -It was ho who moulded and
iovelpped the programme, on widen
his party. succeeded in New York.
Jlcncv his opinioiH at tli's jnnciurc
What do they indicate.' Ubviously
, lhat- M.0 power ho rc- resei .ts i.a, j
noundud a halt, and is about to tac a
' fresh depart-iroona newhoe in ,.i,. j
.ey 'The movements in tho 'rt:-
et, evidently looking to revolution j
xaiul alliance, have alarmed the apo?.:k'..
-f neact- in the Middle and New Kog-
!.nti& States, and visions of a roconsl rut
.fd Confederacy, on 'he basis of the.i
Mclubion from membership, haunt
their imagination and incite them to t 1
xoveiso their programme. We may i o
now count on tho active exertions ot
tho Nomocracy of tha Middle a..d New
J-.ngland States in aid of the war, and
confidently expect them to u?e their
... utnaost;endcavors to discourage ami
demoralize the mighty revolutionary
movement actively progressing in the
Now what eball wc do in tho mean
time, while this wave of revolution is
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leeiiugoixnjo mu.o u
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Stales f snau wo in uw ooutn, m
whoso interest this struggle is m;ule
be mere listless spectators of tho con
test?r,Or sJiall wo lend aid and com
fort' to tli em en who arc fighting our
battles on their own soil? Shrill wo
eay to theso people who aro making
this revolution in the Northwest, you
-.maymako it, but you can never again
touch' tho .hem. of oar garment; you
mflv-overthrow Puritan supremacy in
your midbt ana aaopi our - ..o i
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ernmnt, "it, you win, a..u ".
bave no relations w. h yo exwp L as
a foreign ppwor, with w kh , a v.
been of, late at war? Or shall we, on
itbe other hand, bid the men engage;
in this, good work God speed? led
them to Jo; br. and exerc.so th i de non
from' thoir'midst; to found their Gov
rnnuint:; tbdomand an armistice ; to
nnnovni their CoinmiHsionors : that wo
wiU raeot them half way-at every
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aurgiug ifvuuiini - 01. iei,
vwest, encountering the power of the j cxar els0 wa, HUid was lost in
' Linooln government-the l.lack U eunfusion f tho continued fall ot
-pttblican Varty at home and tho armed s.caIa..,8 h,Illincl. aatl Uie 8c,18a.
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plapirsun, national policy:.. ,
in jpdjvidual can afford to be gov-
Btageof tboir movemeru i 'Iturodby tiriTauW is now confined
true utateamanship-iwhich ot tho two. , ., '
wjathesteii, tennfebruary 21, .sea.
Tlio oi?ieal COll CMC0 ra - ,')0 deillli
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ami tlio list oi liiunan lives is simply
, lessoned out'. Hut a nation cannot at'
ford to gratify the luxury of its feel.
duty to live, and auko its duty to do
jail that is necessary to sustain the na-
tional existence. , ...
T!io jieriod lias coee -x when theso
outers must bo eon fronted when the
, , qu.,stioil ,lUlsL be looked square-
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ly in tlio face.
I'or nearly two years this war has
been going on. Thabest blond in our
land has o0cn shed on its gory tic-Ids.
a ,,e.irtl!ilo.,0 t,lJlt li;l-S ml ox (i.
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CIlwl -is desolating blight not a ham-
let that has n:t its score ot mourning
(ilud Widows and orphaned little ones.
I..,diistrv lia; been paralvze I, and a nu-
tional doot of hundred, of millions
',Cl'!' ril;1 n!- I'vi'ry dit-taio ot hu-
rn;mity( 0VCl.'y C01,si(iiation of national
.Ul(j dividual intere.it demands its
Xw is the lime lor our statesmen
to displav themselves the ti;ne for
the wending id' that " pni" which tho
poet tchs us ' is mightier t'nau the
yfc-find tho fbilowin-.picy unwie
between two bonnrr.bio ixenticuu-n in
Congress, .eoorted in the pi-oc..i-4!ings
of the House of Jcepn-M-ntutivo on
! iiday last :
.i culled for the o.-'Iur of
the d tv.
last, iipjif.-il t' i!" J j .ii it.-. We I ave
roost important b aiins IicIoit' us in
secret session, aid i hercfore I unco
taore nike the ino; ion.
iveoan, el G-
o.-gia 1 ri.-o to a
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Hoase, tbat the meiub'T !i'M;i I enne.S
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y (u;; . j,!' take
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with tv- d, l!v I
ilr. lM..;.-(Kxc;ted!y) 1 shall go j
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House than to the member f'oui Geoi-.
in. Cries of order ! ord.'.-f.''
Mr. Kenan (Very excitedly) I v ill
take tl'.e i csponsj'iiility of teac.m.g hn...
The Speaker 'The gentleman is out
of order; he will take his seat. Sen
sation on the iloor and ii) the gallery.
Mr. Kenan (Still louder) 'I'lHake
the res'pousil.iliiy ol teaching hi.n man
ners, or an'jfkithj else at nay time.
Tho Speaker-Tho gentleman from
Georgia will come to order.
Mr. Kenan i wid put vvjsclj m
lli(jnal klzZ , lhc nOHH0.
The motion lor secret session was
Albany is about tho highest
niarlvct to trade in that we have met
. up with for some time. Common ten
cent calico is selling at from Si'-'ofco
S2 oO; thirty dive cent fine combs sell
for 3 i 00 ; coma. on filly cents bluo-
ledgo cups and s uiccrs sell for S12 a
set:, pocket knives, suc,i as wo once
,,0 ' ,;t for s,v,ntv.ave cuts, sell for
10; tuo dollar knives and forks sell
a ail(l CVt,.
t!li clsw hl j,,.,,,,...,,,, except peach
CcnU Urhik-Wo hand it was a pretty
!U.liclcdoipt hu,w u,w, nUout it,
J Lcyep d rM.m!m ire aln gd iL
7i'iry Count! Aces, lilifoly, Oa.
. car Assistant ' Surgeon James C.
ot Duavillo, Va., recently cap
for tho in fa
at Washington 'and 'hold as a hostage
'amous Dr. Buckcr.
,t,dt . mini niimi
Proclamation of Gen. Eeuuregard.
lli. (Jus. Dia-'r or S. C, Axr Fl.v.
Ciiari.ksto.v, Fubuary IS, 1 &3.
It has become my solemn duty to in
form the authorities and citizens of
Charleston and Savannah, that th-J
movements of tho enemy's fleet indi
cates an early land and naval attack
on one or both of theso cities, and to
urge that all persons unable to take an
active part in tlio struggle shall retire.
It is hoped, however, that this tempo
rary separation of some of you from
your homos will be made without alarm
or undue rate, thus showing that the
only feeling which animates you in
this hour of supreme t rial, is the regret
of being unable to narli'-istato in the
defence of your homes, your aitars and
the graves oi" vour kindred. Caroliu
ians and Georgians, the hoar is at
hand to prove your devotion to your
country's cause. Let all able-bodied
men, from the seaboard to the moun
tains, rush to arms, lie no'., too exact
ing in -the choice of weapons. Tikes
and scythes will do for exterminating
your enemies spades and shovels for
.rotectiitg your friends. To arms,
fellow-citizens! Come to share with us
our dangers, our brilliant success or
our clori'Vas death.
(Signed.) G. T. UKAritEGAi:!),
Official : John M. On:y, A. A. G.
Final preparations for the expected
attack are being rapidly perlected.
The troops and people are calm ar.d
jJ.''An Indiana paper tells the fol-
A lew days soico an extra train
loaded with jackasses was transporta I
over t nc:
Lo!iivii!e and New Alb:m'
vai I'oil' . 1 I'.i
d. The telegraph operator at
; Salem, a boy getting wirid of it, sent a
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' ton, of liii.ja.ua,
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f ilinois, aeeompa -
nied i'V a I:-rgo ' delegation oi' Jvepubli
i-iiis, with bands ot music, etc., would
i,as t!irou:-h at a e-rtnin hour. Jai
inense crowds of onthusia'die Uepub'i.
jeans rejiaired to tUo depot, hats in
I I''d. ready tor the expected cheers
j When tlie tram thundered in, an aged
I and venerable owner of a pair of fabu-
lousoaro stack his liead out of a stock
car and gave vent to a long, agoni.
i"g hee-haw that fairly shoolc the hills
aiounu coii.-iei oiuioo s.i.uo uim iuhu,
and in two min.ites not a JtOpuuliean
was to !. so en within a inile of the de
pot. Complaint has been made to the
Superintendent against the operator,
and ho is in momentary expectation ol
a notice to ipiit.
A Kemkuy For Cami- Jxcxi. A gen
tleman who has had much experience
in tho treatment of that loathsome dis
ease, the itch, furnishes tho following
recipe for its cure:
Tii' e iodide of potassium GO grains,
lard 2 ounce, mix well, and after wash
ing the body well with warm soap suds,
rub the ointnie.it over tho person thr-c
times a week. In seven or eight days
tho Acarus, or itch insect, will bo de
iti'oved. In this recipe tho horrible
ellects of tho old sulphur ointment are
Tnu Nevt JliaiaiMAO Siiowixci Herself.
A Fortress Monroe letter (Januury 25)ss.y; :
Tho new jrerrimae, that was reported to be
n failure, has been showing herself lately at
the mouth of the James river, on the lookout
no doubt, for ft chance to "gobble up" some of
our licet; but experience has taught ourpeoplo
to kyep a brhht lookout, and not trust to re
purU cireiilated by n beU for tlie purpn.n) of
putting them oil' their guard. If the Merri
uiac should veiiiure out. sac will meet a warm
reception Iroiu the invincible iron clad Pu
tapseo. From Lower Louisiana and Texas. A.
few days since, the Federals made nn attack on
cur breastworks on tho Atchyfulaya, and wero
repulsed, with ' a loss of only ten men on our
silo. Thfl enemy's loss much greater. "When
la it hoard from wo were pushing them to their
.. . The Texas papers state that Gen. Houston's
health is improving.
KXl'RKSSLY FOR TIIE DAILY BULLKTIS
CHARLESTON, Feb. 21.
Another French war steamor has appeared
oil' tho harbor this morning. One of tho Yan
kcj gunboats; flying a flag of truce, ka just
steamed in close to our batteries on Sull'iYan't
Inland. A boat from Foit Sumter has boarded
her. The unusual event caused much specula
tion concerning lier object. Nothing known
in the city yet.
CHARLESTON, Feb. 22.
The object of tlio Yankee flag of truce yes
tesday was to bring orders from Lord Lyons
to the British steamer Petrel, now there, t
sail immediately to "Washington'. Also, to
bring letters to officers captured oa the gua.
beat Israo Smith.
Tho Petrel goes to-morrow. As her purposa
was to bo here during the attad, many be-'
lieve the attack postponed- Other indicationa
confirm this impression.
Tin? quarrel be ween Hunter and Foster haa
caused much confusion in thjj enemy's arrange
ments. Fort Sumter to-day fired a saluta in honor
of "Washington's birthday.
RICHMOND, Feb. 20.
' The Senate was occupied to-day in further'
consideration of tho exemption bill. An.
amendment was adopted exempting one per
son on any farm on which resides a family of
j women and children not less than ten, tha.'
(number depend ins: on the labor and presence
of a white, man for support and protection,
with various conditions to prevent abuse of
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the exemption act. Adjourned until Monday.
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ii(.us(! Diisiness unimporianij in secret ie
.si on on the currency question.'
RICHMOND, Feb. 20.
Lincoln has sent in his nomination of Gen.
Phillips as Major General, dated, Dccombor 4,
1 SGI, thus outranking nil other Major Guna
rals, including Burnside and Hooker.
RICUMOND, Feb. 21.
The Senate is not in session to day.
In tho Houo varioui resolutions of enquirj ,
A bill was passed for the establishment of
an equalization grade of officers in the navy. .
Tho House is in secret action on the curren
jJiaSfA gentleman, just returned from within
tho lines of Rosccrans, says the troops are suf.
fering greatly for provisions, and that they ar
much air. rmed every day in consequence f aa
expected attack by Gen. Rragg.
3e? Lincoln's message- was published io'
Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, in twelve daya
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HI1U LWUIllV U11C1 UO UIUIVII 4i MM-
ington. So much for the overland telegraph.
Salt. Salt is now a drug in this market
know h thing or two on tbis subject, and
we adviso all who havo salt to sell it for what
it will bring. Tuscaloosa Observer, IMA. ,
State of Tcnnc8seeFranklin Co.
J. II. Young, ct. als., "4
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County Court, January term, 1863. It ap
pearing to tho Court now in session that Nanej
Eskrhigc and infant son John, J. B. Morris.
Samuel V. Morris, Francis M. Morria aud
Mi y J. 3orris, and Mary Murphy, are non
residents of tho State, so that the ordinary pio
ces5 of law cannot be served upon them, it la
Lhorefore ordered by tho Court that publica
tion be made in tho Daily Bulletin, a new
papcr published in the town of Winchester,
for four consecutive weeks, requiring said non
residents to be and personally . appear before
the worshipful County Court, to be held at the
Court Houso in "Winchester, Tenn., on the first
Monday of February, liJOiJ, then and there U
I lead, answer or demur to the petition, or the
samo will bo taken for confession, and set for
hearing ex parte as to them.
jan7-4w JOHN G. ENOCHS, Clerk.
" MWER ROLLS, ,;
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