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F A PEOPLE KESOLVED TO 1SF. FUEE IS LITTLE LESS THAN OMNIPOTENT.
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CHESTER DAILY BUjXEm
WIN CH EST E R , T.ENN., FEBRUARY 25. 1803.
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Kentucky She is Sold.
UY J. tt All Kir It, or KENT L't'K V.
'1ft-Y1 1 il -it I that ho was so seriously dealt with on
tlin. fll.(,.lsi,)n. that he doubts Usability
. . . . . . - C....... ,-. ni . .-l,! .nidiriiid
10 Iiioyo away ii'imu in'j in
of tho battle field. There scums at
present no disposition on it i.h part to
advance occasionally he sends a forag
ing party and gives itstho opportunity
rv M.u.ili.n ilm skirmish drill. There
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19 little doubt but no nus nau a. unium
case of illness at Murtree bwo. Ji
was currently reported here mat ne
Wart UCiltl OUt HUTU If uw suvn
luck" ior :.luldlo lennessee i u. , ;;; wus A
way, have you Heard tus pian i g 1 1 - (U , (1w .
this Stnto ujmn into, tho 1 nion llo ( . ,0 ,... Mcl.l.( lin,i (;i;,y.
is to drive our army from the country,
A tear fT the dark and Moody ground,"
F.r tH" l.tn.l of liiiU and j:ive :
II. -r Kciituiis, lioon-, and Irt Siudbjs slc'j)
WluTt- the vandals trend their graves ;
A Fi-li for t!i lo-s of li'-r h'!iori'd lain'-,
I Hi i won in the days of old :
Hit ship hihiuk.hI by a fon.in erew,
Jr'jr KentueUy he is sold.
The bone of h. r -ons Xv bleaeliinj; on
The plains ot I ippaeanoe,
South Carolinians-Tho War-1
"Palmetto" writes a3 follows from
ihe camp of tho 10th B.C. iUuent
Tt Shelbyvillc, to the Charleston Cnu-
Messrs. Editors:-'Yhc heart of every
South Carolinian is warmed up at the
apparent intention of the Aboht.o.mts
to attempt to place their
feet upon the soil ot dear old -Charles
ton, Espec-ally is it the case w.Lh
those absent from the State, and depen
dent upon tho uncertainty of an army
mail fr information concerning the
operations on the coast. Anxiously
lnokto die newspapers for in
telligence, at the same time
imrnin-de.iictohewith you, and meet
the rst demon who dares to attempt to
Jnviwlft the State which gavu- ba th,aml
IS LU HI ivi; inn .ii mi ii v..- - j i
....i ..,l,r,l ,.w.n limlni1 m:irli:ll law.
seize all the provisions, then issue, daily
rations to the citizen.; in tho spring
when he has all things ready alter his
.1 I . - .Ml ,....1 ,M. .Ill
own tas.non, then no w u "uv.
,.i i... it, it,..w lui.-fll'. that at
.... . i . i . . i . , . i
the point .f 1 is bayonets tiwniam a
Tennessee will h ) voted haelt into the
old United Stales. Niro plan certainly.
To his e-reat. surprise he may find that
in U,e,"m,"Mntime lo North tve-lern
t...... :n t. .it-., t". . - i-i I :i ih'v: (.' '.led-
.il.ll'r. . 11. ...l'' IV-''.
ern'-y behind him.
Our re iments are in the Fourth
Pirigade, eum'nar.di'd by C"lmiel -V. d.
Ma'niniit. d' the Ten'th. wh . by the
wav.'has coinmnnde 1 it 1-ir i,vre than
S(, im months VutheiV 1'i.ish-n,
Polk's eorps. whieli is i if,sed ol two
other Divisions-Cheath im's ai.d Mc
Cown's. The army f L'eni.essc. v
commanded, as yn:i know, by (imeval
. I. .. i. iin' oi' ' lie ( o'h-
ini.i"u I' ' i - .
. ... i i ..... . l,i mi
oral, v-'liv 's n inai '"-"!. ,-- -
.).) fond of rriti-:ing his ,uove-.ients .
1 reuliv tbie.k it sh'vs :jre;ii wat.i ol
1 tast,., pn I 1 uii.-lsav o: se',-.-, ...
I . . . I. . . . . , I . W I I'll
..v i. i v.ni . I seem lo ciiiini .vo-.. -
V.'. re lirn of ti.e l.rave una noin
A eliano has been in her bosom wrought,
For KentncKy .-In; is --old.
Pride of the free, va- that noble Stale,
And her banner, still were so,
IPi.l the iron heel of tile despot not
Her prov. es- sunk so low ;
if..,, v, Uevs onee were the lreeii.nui Home.,
Her valor unbouht with p'ld.
Unt now tho prioe of her life i lied,
pur Kellllleky she u sold.
KXl'UKSSl.V KOU TIIK OA11.Y l'L' l.l.l'.'l IN
UlLintOND, IVb. -J;:.
i In the Semite Mr. t'rr introdueed a bill t.
; vest in Government. :.s part of its postal sys
item, all riibts of the Amerieaa Telegraph
j Company in teh-e;riiph line.-, in the Confedun.te
j States. Preferred to the eommitlee on postal
j The eemption bill was further considered
Und amended, and finally ord-red to be en
i Tlie seetioii relative to er -eel s was aineml
i ed so that it should not extend to :iny farm on
i whieh m-roes have h 'en placed by division
'from other farms tine-.
the 1 Ith of Oetoher
IT,r l.r.-.v.. would once have refined to wear j
Th" ke that eru-hes her n.w. ... ! to enter the Harbor
,1... tvi-.i.t Ki-i.fT.. all't tue vanuai ueuu,
,1 MM II" i -..- i-
Vrf.ceedins of the House unimportant.
C!I. itLESTON, Feb.J:'..
Tlio French war steaoe. r Ilen.i, whibi try in:;
-tenby morning, ran
Would .-alien have made her l'i-ow ;
Her si.irit et will h? warmed up,
lifr'sad.'.el'.ed fate be told,
ll.'r allaoi son, to the world yet proVJ
Tllat Kentucky is not sold.
Mohouiff!, Ala., Feb., W2.
A Sensible Yankee Girl.
A friend has lavored the Savannah
i ashore off Sullivan's I.-Umd. The Eritwh
' steamer IVtrel and the French Reamer Milan,
' have been trying all day to get her off, hut so
j f-tr un.-u ssful.
i ''Mammoth Armada."
Charleston or Savannah, or both, are
";ih I now awaiting, breathless, the onslaught
v ..:.!. it.n (.-.lbiu-ino- letter picked I . ., ... ...,,,. tlo?t ever seen in
.ews uun ' ; oi iioj
...Klz-hthfre. issodoartous ves,ive.ii! ,.,,,..,., t!,.,,. this iv e i
diaVerthanonrlives-our wive, - ,hVu ,,,,, r.u: I reeeive.l you-; i, ,ie and devoied u,n
families. We wtio serve, " u,, w!l K.v m'et am-i !...;. a re ; v(i..v Mon.f.y, una ""iy. Many u om.v,,,..
Mississippi v:mp'K w,th itmt- ihXX : .-.ioly out. of th- reaeh ot VanKe.- .-.Ih; ' t() l0:lr iVu.,1 yoU. a pn-c-t of ten years o! ,,t.ll
kf.oabo, vour aide Coiunui.-er. sl,allMj : a ,,,.,,,.1 tldn u.ey .ire o. ii.al . J.avin:? a liard time oi it; 1 j oX;,t,.1,.l, ;, exehttnge for " one crowded
love and cherish his memory, and can-! ; (, , ni,. ;.,iv,- e , ; ,(, liavo ,,)M yi)11 that, long ago, but ; ' :uler oar Hag
notbutthink that, under his V MM, j;ti;!lC ofd. -:. They d s!it;e b-; u t,0 l:lie now ; y.m ,aut expect to In..,, d .
Miarleston must and w 1 be 1, ' I ai,o l.e is for making every one do v sllll. "P"" 'U ' '
God ijraiit that such may provo tin t,. his cuub y. .I.etj h.1V(. ,. scc William since I till. ot such a ek.cl .
on i he baltle-liold ot Murlreesh.iro
Lizzie isa much more sensible girl than
many f her Northern si-ters :
Osr.M.oosA, .Inly -", lo2.
, I 11 I 1 X. ' - ,
'rent est war fleet ever seen in
The crisis is upon
them. Manv a beating Heart mngs : na
j mil os to be with the envied defenders
I .. . , . , i. ,!.., fiuiiinand of tho
101 i .e 'SO inn.--,, " "' "
I lh.aurega d. this
vmt . i !n- coii'lil ion or iim ...i.'
. ' .Thi armv is perfectly quiet at pres.. , wij, v,.,,,m. , il0 a-.se mm.
nf nave the freip.ient d .snes ot oui ii(t(( (.((1,t .uWrM , the
cavW under their gallant eaders--, l:t:.,, thnt we
.... I l . . ,.. I l n Tt'ML il ! I t , . ... , 1 , I It'll 11, 1 1 III
i u jiv 1 1 1 1 1 i' ii 1 1 1 w - - - .in'., 1 11 itii iii n in. v i i.i " - -
HIIW'-T- . 11 '. i ...l.ii.iiin1 in' v
i' n or r " '
rr ,ar .iw potiti luanv 1 . . ,.i .....
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I.-, eon last. I am going to se.ul
v t ' r y - (
him Your letter.
ion. iic - .
vith the subsistence u pit.
w nu v"" ItT, i r, .nun i
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r . .,r , hal i !.!'S 1! ei i'o i. l I i'' weieau i.v..
.i.. 1 1, he is .'oimr away. tne
in the Cvn- . ... . ... l.buvii. If thev d""-
, I.I llliMU..,'" , ,
t. '.! ... l.'iil I .. . -.1 !.. ,,v .er Me
e "'T'"1, , , ledcracv. are! 1 mii-Mit witn e.pi.u ....... , . ,,.all jl0 wi.i na ' h";
Kofiecrans' army. W hoe!". c''1 "r. add, the best diM-iplined. lnlk f going to Oregon u. i u
have sole management oi the .u v-, )5r lir,, ha, n,t 0M,Med his own if 10 does, I think 1 wdl g
lin of-the Ctinibcrland Liver. mi- , (j. put winter fom Mid-1 with him. .
Jan insists that he is the ngh b. m , tll(,!lsil;ls of pounds wi,h you could manage to have
M Tierintendcm of the Nas hvillo a n , - ; J ' ' ,i;H;Ul(U ,,r of VOur miniature taken and send ,t to me
Louisville Kail Uoad, wmle lorn- i ,l!V(. lr)!!l hereto d,e aduur- I viu, yoll can
Wharton seem to taito peca. - ; , :myfo.,r noble (i
i . , ...... i .
r.leulotoii bus envied uienmonu,
m our letter. U-iviiiinh has boon kept, from lier sleep
I had u letter from hither last week ; Their gar-
risons. lying Ay in their qiuirters,
have pined that tlu'-if were not sharer
in tho pas-.age of arms at Fredericks
i , -n tbetieoro-ian Lawton stood
,i ..'T..,. . !.. I.e.u.t. with his brigade, and
. . . , i i . . . ,
. . . . e ,. . ,i,i i . o. I . e. i)o i
ciiiini'" rw... - - v..,,,nll ame a m oi o.n loo..,.. . . -
in interlering with camps a . v -v ,ici..iUSU (;,.u. ,n does not;!-' with
trains. Kealiy tney uu . , a u.inv thousand men what i-en. .a-
KImcs with owr '"me niimue.. i,,.. .
i i . . I '..i .r.r
... ...i.ti'lllti ill 0 CriUCS v I ".i
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1 i wuiai '"l . .,,, ,.,1 c 1 ies tiave t neir uu ii , im
I.e. liuil Youwa.it to know if thcre are an M attention.
L i-' with !m,,tv,irls out here. es, there are sol s
trains, xvcunj ...
.Mm msinia 101' eaieno'b i
ill"- Yankees. m o-e-icral." Mi. that we nad these
The two South Carolinag n Ml(lli;
(10th and Wty.n.uv;..
out, the ast drops
,,f his noble blood fr the indqteiuhnce
of ,s.,i. Carolina: At last ihoso shght-
ed cilies have tneir iiirn; uiom e.j......
I ' V i . w w
(10th ana vjw) ' " -. Cmmiv
Tci'.ncMce; how much better we could
employ them-how much more prolit
i i ti..,,,. .,.nt.te- thev could at
lcat say in iuturelhal they did some-
branch road Whicn ieav -Wa tlii Southern indeperKienee.
and Chattanooga Kail l ; " r 1 anTafraid-adopting the senuments
trace. It w twenty. five mil s bouUi o (;!,lf,;in()U,,: , 0bel,
the beautiful secession whoIl ;i C0I.UUI1 Senator auempieu ...
freesboro. t nq h f()P tefere with the comfort of the editors
t T cannot say as tnucn ioi preaches
Shelbyville; but that Xs: their funeral sermons will not be much
trine of Unionism i.a ,,ntl.v. troubled to tell ot the wouicis u?ey
here and in the simw.uu;B - -
The ranks of our two "
naV0C-amw6 :a rT.f Mshll-' C
.. .. t. .,.., o lo..,, mi ;it. the summons to
ineir in. n "r -r , . .
. n .?-.. ,1 .... ...1 ......1-.-. fill
the battle r win tney """'u (
M;UV1es - Charleston and Savannah
names of tern r to the craven Yankee
heart from, this day to the ending of
the world ?
ii'- n r.f.ni-nl .- V wliat 1U1IU-
, ' . . i'.,.,, .-,t IV e 14 lion 1 1 wi- .""'--v
lon.. and the nej;ro is not lice yet. thi; encmv havo
There has been enough J, I ,ot in thoir mammuth armada;" but
killed to have paid lor tho uikiii. lbr .uiytluns
l .1 i i . i , ,,
omo very pretty ones nc.v, uu.,
hoy, vouar.) not out of this horrid
wcr vet. If vou had married and sel-
i.'ni ;i,v.i instead of going to war, it
would have been better for you
hook at the slaughtering thai na
. , : f 4 ..... vt.
lone, and the negro is
illed to have paid for tho ihierna if, .qv .uiything
p.noiiftv times over, and you 1 v ,..,(ia J,. :u-e of our forts.
ever compter tho South until you UU I s. o t ux Savannah have both
the !:it man of ihcui. There is too preparation. They have
much grit there. Lhey l.au oeu ,01)lf ,.nowu that they wero covet-
i run i.iv'i i' vvi. -
i .... i, ..(tie fields ot theircoun
eeii en on i.'o-' I".--"-- t .
try " Don't think me one ot that class
who go in for the muzzling of tho press
far from it; hat I am opposed to so
i. w.icm from outsiders, who
111 UUII Kit lev,.
.. i i .f iMrc.uin-
thetwo reguuc" , April .cannot see ami appi.atw aV
a8 the 10th was on t o 11th oi fc . ;U!(J0H wUlch Brrouml our ;H Yankee capta
last year, when yo left C uJe to , Aloimim8l oos hot
Corinth-still like all ou v Jon t.ic u . km)wn , ( u , bllt Ul0iuseves ukch f. om
.nbWa. our spirits are unimp.;..t otlicers oi lower ramc ing a negro.
onj Confederacy. M of
lr hf lS infofmatioo you
SSl i nV?oMhe public; suffice
weu Know is u . ur numbers
it to say that altliou a o
IUUl.il Hill. I.i.. v. ...
w.onged, and they know it, and will
die rather man give up. .
Well it is getting late, and 1 will
have to quit. " Vou must cheer up. and
do tho best you cau. 1 fed sorry tor
you, but I cannot help you.
Your dear .-.later,
The battle of JUurlrocsboro alone ought
to establish hrags: claim $ a, a
i,r General thirty thousand men
o . .... i. .......... l U- : it
ao-ainst seventy uiuii.w.'i--v -"
.....i I....C. lloscerans unable.
riioniim v-iiij.o" .w...
to advance-his army too is composed
of no week-kneed .NowEnglamlors, but
stalwart Northwestern menra.id many
r i,. tiMin the r.eh Tdains
1 am bony iwe..j .
ofKer.tucky-andiMvc can judge iot
them by the jveiituckians in our arm),
they aught to be good soldiers.
JEST A Northern paper says that a
:fm has had ins commission
ilni for unmerciiuhy uoai-
This is in iifcordance wit'' the Shaks-
peiian: Off with his bead-so much
fur " bucking Ham."
ftHJanks is said to have declared a
short time since-" My army nas ,
to hell, his useless to deny it. It is
us less to deny, too, that hanks will
1 ive an opportuni y to command it in
. .ut .-..v I'ountrv it ho
nau iiiuu i. v -
both long known that they were covet
ed objects for tho foe. Char eston,
above all, that first, in thai nour oi
i.v ,.... ,'mvn the felon ot tho
Yankee, and rung, through the throat
of 'cannon, tho death -knell of a foul
and rotten Union Charleston is tho
choicest morsel to glut the dearest ven
.rcanco of the Puritan heart. .May God
tight for the gallant city ! A smashiug
defeat of the " mammpth armada' in
'"' 11.1 A -..-v
those waters now, wouiu aimosi wo
think make the alVeotionate soul of
the gentle, 'orth-w est turn a little
more to thoughts of peace. Every
ship of the "arinmla" sunk, will give
liitoa constitutional scruple in tho
Democratic conscience. The disgrace
of their striped rag will make them
feel that our friendship must oe cul
tivated, and that their own war debt is
a thin" to be repudiated. Diplomatize
for us', then, ve bullets of Sumter!
Soothoour (ireat -North -we,i, vn- ,
Lets his dcerts.-'"''"'- hnVnrcr.