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WINCHESTER, TENN.. MARCH 5, is3.
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Ma. Kpitoh:- Kvery breeze that
. ComOd frm the Xorth-wost, bears upon
, it the encoring intelligence that a
mighty revolution i working in the
inim-id rf fh-it titxtnlit Af l,.uf
mmds ol that people At lust the
w.cked do gns ot tho Lincoln Aduun-
intration arc fully comprehended. In-
eted f a war for tho Union, they now
beiudd one waged through tualioe and
amhitiMn. foremanci; atiou.Kulijugation
and the equality of tho race and a
justly indignant pooplo are now crying
..tit tor a cessation of the unholy r-trit'e.
For us this is glorious news. We
never sought lor war. We. prcfered,
in pence, to dcvelope the. preat resources
? '.fen emmry. Wo had no military
a"piratioiih t gratify no hatred to
av-ngo ; b t when foreed throttgh .ndf
defense, to exchange the piospcet and
the pleasure ot civil life for those of
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wr, we did it with a determination
never Li i uliamlon tho eoniest until a
Siuthorn Kepilhiie wasestublihhcd. Wo
hive sutrered much. Thousands of our
best citizen have perished upon tho .
ensanguined battlefield iu defemui of
our cause. '
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Many bom s have boon desolated-
lcty has been dlsoi gauged. Thus
it is not surprising that we look with
IkliXtuun solicitude to the pe. CO move.
Wits now in progress in the iorth-
vest. To thorn wo mast look tbr a
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imn of hostiltt.es. Our duty con.
3fiits iu strenuiusly maintaining prin-
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lor wtucii wo havo all along con-
hided, and leave it to tho enemy to
liuiKiver their justness and concede
Hieintona In ih.. ...mi.,
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"tso troubles are arising in tho camps
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onoiiiv. ul i r n i no w o inr in
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w, - vw
i imng in our power to mcreaso
and ''disciplined entrust! its
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fnmands to oar ablest commanders
eir confusion. Lot every energy bo romi08 to meet tho evil, if faithfully i -i''wl March day in!
. . J w ww .... . - nv..-,. -.,. i, i.i j . .... i i alter crossing hl'.i river, ivai. vxdt vc.-i, which
" lorth to ho d the lerritorv now vxccuiea, ana to rentoro largo waBtesi J 1 ' UVY lTW" a:m . , j , , ,
to n,oiu,uie terrtior now ' . b tr. hefor- old S-.l had at behind the western hill ,,,,,ttn!i m i)ul,-h dat uh '
'tninour hos. To this end let all t fertile land to cultivation. . H. story .1. , - : -
- - -- ,... ' uiv mi oo.su ui rising again tnis mormnir. j - r
ir ivailnKU k u- .1.. 1. .l. is m of admonition nrairnt ml-,i,,n , , . , . . . . . . 0 lur: lor tie Acuraiiiu.
wauHiiiiniii-ifiriii. nun 1 mi vyiji"in-ji m v r . rim r i.u r n n r. k.-f 1. , . 1. 1. . c . . .1
l"at if an advanco is attempted it tl0n and (leca-v a tll08 wholesale rob
3 to 'repelled, and before the soared Tories of tho farmer by insolent min
f f -Autumn our dosi-ms will b ious of Government.
JPfi8hed and our bravo Holdiors
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j'nont nf thuiK inmon t .. j
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"wisely adjusted government. i
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" lonaed for Frsh Ovstrt 'vptent
6 gno-flakcfl softly elistened in the
fi.1 U" any rthtl
do had. -AVe made a point though
"s dozen ctririi. which. cost ''th tubicri-.
6n dollar f
'Vi the wav the mon.v !
Pop goei the weaiel !
Friend Slatter :
1 he news and rumors afloat here
now aro exciting enough. Interven
tion fy Franco, and revolution in tho
Northwest, aro among the most prom
inent. In all probabdity, after another
I redcricksburg or Murtreesboro" those
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muttering may ripen into events
which will at once bring the war to a
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close. ith tho coming of pcaco, the
discount Upon speculator will ho in
Proportion to the premium upon the
so'dier. The present signs aro now
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lsll)l3" utweung the prices of goods
Many blockade good declining, whilst
marketing of all kind a is still on the
rise. Two heavy capitalists ot France
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recently arrived, and have inrc based,
largo lots of tobacco, causing a gradual
Hno in that staple. Speculators will i
now make Up, iu part, their heavy
hisses on salt., but btill tho balance 1
will bj largely against them. Old j
Letcher run a "oodiv race with Lu. i
sharpors on that" occasion, lor which
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ho has the thanks ol the tamils ol ,
lea,l and living horoos ,f Froderiek.s-;
burg, .Manassas, and a hundred other
glorious fields t' this proud old Com-'
uioinweallli. "Old 'ir.'inn slmu-.-.l :
hu-W- Abraham eV Co , ;i thing or two.
nnriiii " Hut th.-old devil is doubtless
about to pavs int.., other hands, even
among hi own people, where it i
hoped he will meet v ith the tale smh
an iuliiim.-in ticiid so jiehly deserves,
Vut'i-p ipir e.tiies irregular, min'
t. tho maiU, but always i v.i-h-.ime
.,iKl uood time. i;.,..,l i, e
'fhe eitv f.f f.e.d, hich in ,nr( 1th-'
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' r ai i linol to lioeome most snrious.
'-wing t- the r e.tipactt v of the
'S"lltl, r "low itndf; f.,r it is :l fact
t-lut. i: those very regions of the ( !on-'
lederaoy which have hcfct ilore been 1
cl,il!:l.v Rowing, the scarcily j
Igr.ta.oM. it is own..' u, tvo facts J
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' 1'c-hmond hx-mr:
'at the armies of the ( onfed-raoy are ;
eomiuiiully i ecruited from the fanning
fc. . . . . . ,,,I0 1-L1LI,I.1'1K
,m!iS- ''"to:id of preserving in the ranks '
the men already enlis-ed; and second :
that those armies, operating as tl !
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';o en chnrtv llt tho gram produ-,
cing j)trli:ms ot the country, have by
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" iiLjoessmenis, in many cases j
wa,,tuni unnecessary, and with need-1
rudeness i nd tyranny, discouraged I
the farmer a from t-nttin-r in t',,rtl1.;,'na"r,"!a "' eager nstners. txen. 1'iiiow is in ,
flio'o On flu bitit.i. K,...,,.l. ,i
c,l)!i- K,n lM bitter orancli of the
ttlllnitf it Ij nni.,i.,,.n.... d . 1
j v v w v uiuivicu iu r n t r e.
I 'All Alitl A . - tl'll I'll
,- "uis,"OB ,n uu-uuring a uiu wnicii
industry of its hard earned fruit
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Xolhin so rapidly overspreads a
C0Unl,T wittl th evidenced of dilapida-
oi'-Let our public men hiss the
shadow of repudiation
linn u'nn it hii thrt i n taI o .,,...-..!. i
v. ..v.,,. - iiv i.v.. , ivj,uui.uiuii wouiu 'bihjii ui until ui manners ino press-
bo evidenco of vohWaiy, innate want! man ought to knock the offender
of nrineinlo. Let
man nml r-irizm. lulnnMlin l.'tn.r.!,.
"I understand not the idea of rcpudia-
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f Let us worse than an-
koJ tyranny, for tho latter would be i
0Ur m'Bl'ul-t" and the ibrmer our
i We arc much gratified t hear from a j
paroled prisoner who knows, that Alfred Shook, I
(sou of James K. Shook, of our vicinage) who
was reported among the killed at Fort Don-'
olsoii, wm only slightly wounded and is u
prisoner in the hands of the Yankee. lt
will hi; a sour.:.' of great comfort to his father. j
who was in the name desperate fight, and who 1
did not know whnn we saw him last, whether j
or not his son was liTing.
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Camplell, in his Pleasures.. f Hope,'' i
uses tho following language : !
" Tis disunite lends enchantment toth- view,
And robes the mountain in its azure hue."
If the zenith poet e-uld have lived until the '
present epoch, and deemed it a pleasant duty ;
on his part to have been one of tin: ditc in the j
picturesque town of Winchester on yesterday,
and cast one long, pen.iivc look nl t !u- Cumber- I
itiii.. "i iti"um.uii.i iiiut .ruin u.iu
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relnd to the view of tin-lnhalutants of our d
iish,ful rity in embryo. : d-uht he wool!
have instantaneously exclaimed :
-IU distance Unds eiu hantment to the vir-w
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An'1 ro,"-'s t1"' ,",,lin,:1-I " inowv hue
Hut. tre gifted Iiard is dead, c(.n...pu utly h-
v':t; ""' h. rp to indite another emipht whh-h
T"'1'' l"""'". cxc,lhl"r- Th" y"ow l!;ik'
that . .Illy tll on the range wvterd.iv wie
mr,,t,,u;tiful Ht thc h(ll!r :,f ,,. ,h,,;!t.
ve,v rav, ..fold S-,1 h(,,t,,l an .d.,e,:r(! ,!,
out of iu attempted think nu v-m. nt. u
paneromajor a true poetical painter toelabor-
"P"" ' sh"de of Huns. Moore. Hvrou; n-l
ihe hu.'aiict: of the spiriis tilat elcctrilin! the
world, we ardently desired communion y s
lenby with you in our humble ami unpret.-nd-.'d
scintilla! ion-i on the beauties of mountain
scenery. 7.'"..-ir oi w.v, in..-t rare culmi-nalor-:
slee, on in thy ijuiet sepulrh. r"; we
'larc ic.'t oll'.-r mii inducement t: ..om frt!i
for feur the go.ls niilit crush you out ..n nr.
count of en v.
, CrK.s. (Jut. J. I'u.i.ow. --This gentleman ad-
ilresscil u huge and uttcntivi ci.-wdnt Kayett.
ville hist Mondav. motion;. cu bis sneceh
11 "'"' "'iK-h h,:lt'"r ti,!l" w"' :lIltit'il,'',,;d '
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" ' 'a.i. ' ten. i mow, uko nan v oiuers i u '
t uis lite, has sintered on account ot the malig-
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"!! ot Mailaiue (rov-iji u inl tieneral Itumor.
Jiut tlu.r nm .unu U. nothing m many reject , '
-Gen. Pillow has the confidence of the Gov-;
''minent -that's enough. His ert'ort on Mon-;
day in behalf .f tlm Southern Cor federacy and
-'" "as iMgiov u oou:ci;ueu uy UU
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people hi Lincoln count V, and the result of bis I
which places the same amount of soldiers j,J
the ranks with their comrades, strengthens '
"f Middiw Tennessee, and buoys up i
U"' brave are enduring the toils of a 1
' trouble ail(1 anxiety. We would b(J .
pleased to enlarge ution the merits of the (en-
J lmt h(UV not
We must be permitted to st ,te that
a portion of his remarks were truly touching,
pathmie and eloquent, whilst his defense of;
t,on- 1rS'" eourse was warmly receive! and .
rigni.piace, ana w ieei assured that old ;
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..iiiv.iii n.o ,t ii.-i nmmi uuiv in Lifi ore.serit.
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n mis inr 4 itrttuuiii una r(K. inorn 1 in tmi-iir .-rii'.
is very impolite to come into a
printing otlico, pick up a paper and i lul at a dose, and the dose repeated sev
commenco reading aloud, greatly to I times, at intervals of five minutes,
the disturbance of the compositor's. if lJ,u P!li".!i0 :l..ce. Half
. . . ' !a dozen dittereiiL persons have since
It is very impolite to read the pnn- j thon u;,, tlt. ri.cipCjUn t10 r0,.o ,.
tors copy, ami still worse to read what I dati"ii of the Alia, and in overv caso an
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,....u,,g. , o.
iiliinrfin -i hrlntln,, : u
It is exce.'d.ngly impolite to leave
the door open Avhen you enter. A
printing oftlce must bo kept warm:
Qui C'lput Me tacit.
S TO N KW'.v 1.1. JACK Si ) .V S W A Y .
Com-: stack arms. men. pile or, the r.n'.s,
Stir up the .nrnp tin- bright
No matter if the canteen fails
Vv u'll inuko a roaring tight;
Here Shenandoah brawls along
There burly I'dn.; Kidee i..:hin.s strong
To swill the brigade', p using song
Of Stonewall Jackson' way."
We He.- him now the old slouched hat
Cooked o'er his eve asksw
The hrewd dry amife the speech so pnt,
So film, s blunt, so tru,
Th- Jllue Light Klder" knows'em well;
Says he. that's JJanki ' -he's fond of shell
Lord save his soul! --we'll give him - - -wcil
That's Stonewall Jackson's wav."
Silence! ground arms! kneel all! caps off!
Old iilue Light's going to jray
Strangle the fool that dares t-. seotT1
Attei tlt it his way !
Appealing i'r..m hw native .-mi
In forma pauperis to iJo.l.
Lav bare thine arm. stretch forth thv rod
"Amen!" That's Stonewall's way.
He' in the ndil'ie now ' full in :
Steady! the wh-.b- brigade!
Hill's at the for i, cut tl', ve'll win
His wav out, ball and blade.
V. hat matter if uur ,-hocs are worn !
V.'hat matter if our fc-t are t.-rr.
-(Juiek Hep! we'll with him before dan! '
, That's Stoti.-v,a!l Jnekjon's way.
1 h- sun's bright lanc-s rout" the mis'
i f morning and by George!
JI-re's Lotigsti'vet. struggling in the lists
Hemmed in an ugly g.jrge
l'..p and bi 'ankeei. whipped before,
Uay'iict and grape!" Icar Stonewall rr
"t 'bar-re S't.-wart! pay olf Ashby's ru "
I.- SioneWit'l Jackson's wav.
!i! m liden wait and watch and warn
F.r news of .Stonewall's band,
Ah! widow read with eyes that burn
That ring upon thy hand.
Ah' wife sew . it, pray on, hope on,
Thy I f,: shad not be all forlorn,
Tiie foe had better ne'er been born
That get- in Stoucw.iU's wav.
Our Boot Maker, Wash.
' W'ueh " Stamps so long and so well known
an artilicer in the culling of Crispin, died
place a lew nays sine.!
To the laxt hi
i eccu-na v-llon not s-n-u-n-n -was to nee xna i.
1 uj)ay-iiou uoi .s-n-u-n-n - was 10 peg stoat s.
and though dearly ,oll they could not,
with an at-tackhe;eW'(niiinse.lf out, and n..w
"n h""t L"xu klMP hii own u tho MV,'". for
ftl'-h-.s wore the pa(y)in's of bis cus-tc-muri
to him tho proper key-not Yan-Ut -b,
u.s ixmauh i part
And his soul at, .lut
I fas gone before its Maker,
He Hold work so high
' Con fed" would scarce buy,
15ut Stamp pnid the Undertaker.
vour enemies" savs tht ti-xid Cook,
A e u ike tj see the man, woman or cui d in
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Lne .onieaeraev who i-ivm mil rreen oaea
fhe A lu
. California savs some time since we
published, at the rcqiioM , of a friend. a
recipe to euro the neuralgia. Haifa
,lrachm of sal ammonia.: in an ounce of
camMiU)r water, to bo taken, a teaspoon-
immediate eine was effected. In one
case the sufferer, a lady, had been sub
jected to very acute pains hr more than
a week, ami tho physician was imablo
to alleviate her suffering, when a tea
spoonful of the solution of sal ammo
niac in camphor water relieved her
within a couple of minute. Whether
the rcceipo will euro nil attacks uf neu
ralgia, iy a .piesl ion which we cannot
answer; that it will en re many we .niv
w ell a jsuro 1.
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