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TJiiirsil.iy IIomipg-. Hurch 19th.
' k-a't'ifui, ;tn-i we :n:iy ox-
im-iortani fr 'in the front, soon.
.,, :,;v ntf-i:.' r. regard to the
.f ( : i; .-v i h's Abolition
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v:ir men, however, nave iu kwiv
iV.iUi.1 tuid f.a'st-hooi to keep up the war. The
WVlunton correspondent of tho Cincinnati
CoiuuR rcLil, states that Halk-ck declared that
twenty-two thousand men had deserted from
tin army of the Potomac alone; ether armies
had lec.ii depleted in the same degree.
Th.i SprinRtdd Kepullican states that Fort
M,-Alter was taken that the IlebeU were
evuLMating Vicksburg, and that Charleston
had fallen into the hands of the government
furees. Tlie-ie falsehoodi are put out to sustain
the sinking spirit of their people. The truth
is th.) conquest of tho South was thought by
them at the start to be a job which Illinois
alone could contract to execute. So said tho
Chica" Tribune But Illinois and her man
Kiehardi-m hero got sick of tho job half a
million of their men have been buried in the
South and tho job is not done. Hence the
iicnfi interest there and elsewhere,
.New Jersey says she wont pay the ucDt
. atod to free'the negro. That that State aid
i.ot bargain to pay money to set the negro fro
and would secede if sho dared to do so troiu
the debt which hangs over her.
If Charleston should fall in the hawU of
tho enemy and be burnt down, or our army m
IVnne'e should fall "back, some simpletons
Noi-th and South would say, 41 the thing is
out now." But well informed men know that
U' wiiivriTiiv with hw iirrav was running for
1 . 1 x t .1
fcv.'ii years ana yei no inumpnea.
Some say wo shall have peace when Lincoln
is l;'ui' d by his people, or when his b-rm ex
pires. Others say we shall have it in July
We jav the South is coltintr stronger and more
i or v. m
EOccts of tho "War at tho North.
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-1 ''.' " 'No. army
1-!M "t iltl.i-.at" siic-
iiitt'.l. the North more diviUed and weaker
v'e see this. We know it, but we are n
prophet and speak not as to the future.
Revival of Religion in the Army
We learn, with groat pleasure, from
Uov. J. II. Hryson, Chaplain of tho Oth
Kentucky Rogimont, that lie has 1 ad a
lviaarkahlo revival of religion in the
Kentucky Brigade at Manchester. The
interest in religious services has been
increasing ever wince tho Brigade has
1m en there, and some ten uays ago ne
A dispatch lo the Cincinnati Gazette says:
The tiguraa of the War Department show that
wo are How discharging Irom our armies, dis
abled soldiers at the 1 ate of a thousand a week.
A DiFKERENCK. The following is not bad
to take about these times:
. T'M rlie f.-.r the flair." cried a treasury clerk.
Quoth a soldier: " My patriot friend look here ;
This shedding your blood ior iweivo a
Ain't like shedding red ink. for twelve hundred
Tho number of books published in Great
Britain for the year ending November, 1802,
was 4828, of which 912 were religious, 1537.
enrescntod biography arid history, OH belong
ed to poetry and general literature, and 025
were works of fiction.
Miss Gilmore was courted by a mar. named
Haddock. " I only want, love," said tie, o?ie
ifdl more to make me a perfect fish." Ex.
Wc paint our live in fresco. The soft and
fusilo plaster of the moment hardens under
ovi-rv stroke of the brush in o eternal roeU.
ilappincsj is not in a cottage, nor in a palat e,
nor in riches, nor in poverty, nor in learning,
nor in ignorance, nor in passive life, but. in
doing right from right motive.-.
Takb Cauk oi- touu Commas. A New
York paper, in anii-'un.-ing the wivck 01 a
vessel near the arrows, says :
"The only passengers were T. B. Nathan,
who owned three-foiirihs of the cargo and the
In another paper we find the following ad
For Sai.I'.. An excellent young horse;
would suit any timid young lady or gentleman
with a long silv-r tail.
A country doctor announces that, he lias
chan.',.,l his" residence to the neighborhood of
Office of Commandant of Conscripts.
Knoxville, March 3d, 18C3. .
F.n rolling Otlicers will not turn over to offlj
ccrs from the army in retiruitmg service ajv
conscripts collected at tho place, of rendezvoZ '
when a county is called out, nor will they tur
over to such officers any conscripts w hiehthey
may, at any time, arrest, but will send all SUcJ
nvu to the Camp of Instruction, to bo diatxib
uted among the different regiments
Enrolling Officers are further directed titi
certificates of pmtilnM.i,.-. .
tho a itre service ironi taptam T. J. Finni
bearing date sub-sequent to tho 19th of Janiia!
ry, 1 80S. All persons employed in said service
since the ll'th of January must have regular
detail papers trom this office.
By order ot
LT. COL. E. D. BLAKE,
Commandant of Conscripts.
T. S. "Webb, Adjt. mhG-3w
During my absence TUOS. J. JACKSON
will act as my agent, in collecting and payin
out my debts. All who are indebted to m
will please call and settle at tho earliest con
venience. mhlO-tf A. G. CLOPTOK.
th churchyard, which he-hope., may prove a
great convenience to his numerous patients.
Tlrat man ought to - patronized he has
an eve single to his profession. '
It costs four times as much to transport a
bushel of torn from the .Mississippi river and
tributaries to New York us it does t" raise it.
This is why the West, wants the Mississippi
I T. . .1. . I ...ll..l ..(' It...
Opened. It is in1 iiauoai luiH i "i lit.- ....'I
to the ocean for the larger part ol her produce.
Too Oi.D Koa('ossi'iui'Tio. At one ol the
hotels ill liiehliioll.l a soldier .,i:-'-ia-ed his
aM'ast. and took lus -eat
ed a scries of meetings, which ticket for breakfast, ami took lus -eat amid,t
e..i .1 1..., 1.1 I ..1 I..,,, U. ' the devouring crowd tliat tln'onged tne u me.
U 111. 'I l l l U 1 wu. I nan i'n.-.--)i;.j inNin 1,1110 j .
.. , . , j Imllleiliatelv beiore h'.ai wa
llehaa tne use or fi large ciiurcn near
of (.',.i,lo', ;ir-:i;
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ar. ai-o!;tioii Coi.r.
tUi'll , .'lll'i have ,
an out and out .0
th i o who f.-lt if
th'-ir nii i;!i-. 'i'al
11 iii'ly al tne
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iii, 11 were v. rv vi
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1 in a . or w::.s
.iid 1 .,: op-m
a-, vi! -d for
1 to'l.rrg all
the encampment The house wa gen
erally tilled long before the time with
s.-rvice, with soldiers eager to hear the
Word 01" Life often us many more
o ;lsi.le ih. 1:1 was inside. Many were
tunic I to jd, and declared themselves ;
soldier of tho Cross. Professors of
1 .1 . 1 1 i 11 . . .
rci: - i a tliat nau iauen cwav, were re-
1 .1 ? . it .. .1.-1
claimed. .Many were inquiring, "v uat
must I do to be saved.''
The mooting is said, by those who
witnessed it, to have, boon ono ot the
most remarkable of the ago and times.
The administration of the ordinance of
Baptism was most solemn and impres
sive. It iii to be hoped, that this revi
val, begun under the labors and service
of J. II. Bryson, will soon ex
tend to tho whole army. Mr. Bryson,
we believe, is from Columbia, Term., a
son of Rev. II. Bryson, D. I)., near
b'ayettovillo. Ho was with tho army
in Virginia, when it first went to tho
Potomac, and wo learn his labors were
blessed there. JIo returned homo and
joined tho Army of tho West, as Chap
lain of the 5th Kentucky regiment-
now called tho Oth.
Mr. Bryson is no;v ordered to take
in change tho religious interests of tho
Hospitals of (ion. Hardee's Corps, and
proceeds at once to his arduous duties.
phft-'d a plate of
111 ai!ie:ira!iee, w li ICO lie
ARKANSAS LANDS FOR SALE,
SKY El' A L SECTIONS OF ARKANSAS
LANDS, within a few hours ride of Memphis,
can be bought very low for Confidi rate Aotti
or la, ii.ls. Kiiijuir" ut this ojlice. iiihtM!'
INow is tlie Time to IMauik
We have a large lot of Southron grown and
Southron varieties of FKV IT TREES of every
kind, 1.5 years old. large and line, for sale at
low prices. Also, MhULlM TEACH
TUKi'S. for S per hundred, for which e
will take any money tnat is passable in thu
coiuitv. Call and M-r for Yourselves
S. V. HOU(;UTt)N &; CO.,
TlfK SU liSCUlUElt HAS A NO. OXB
JACK, that In1 will sell on reasonable terms.
The .Jack will be seven years old next su'iiini.r
and is large and well made. Sired by Martin
mi. I linker's .lack.
March 1 YVM. C, LIl'SCOMB.
Splendid Chewing Tob ceo.
TO UK li AD AT DAN1KL ilillAZliL
TON'S .'tore in ' inchesier.
N.-v. Jo tf.
CHERRY'S' NURSERIES, ,
ON Tilt; IliO KO A I), ', MILKS WKPT
Ob' V INCH I-.STKK.
A lar-e (uantity of FKUIT TKKKS f,r
sale at limner prices. They are n.iitii.lriitLr
reeiii;.j:ict;l,-il as eui I ,raci ne, i no ut-.-i ijiiai-
butVT, very temptir
did not fail t" pay his earl;. re-p.vt-H. He
tore open his hot roll, and spread upon it
sinokine; interior a liberal supply of the butter,
awaitinr,- a moment for it to ric-lt. and then
pitched in. lie very deiibcratdy chewed an I
swidlowed the lirst nioiuiitul, and without, any
n,.rli,i, of features lioilUeilto the til lie of
butter, and said : " Look here, my Iri. u.i, tic
enrolling otlicers will never get you. ! eai.'-'
Vou are too d d old lor conscription."
Cox.' an i) C.viioMNi-:. lion. M . Cox, a Dcin
:rat of Ohio, is wooin1;- South Caroliiia, who
1 1 .1 1 ii
appears to be an old name or ins, ui uiese
touching strains, and utters his serenade in the
Washington Congress :
O, Caroline, Carolina, child of the sun.
We can never torget that our hearts have been
Our foreheads both sprin!
From the tountam ot bl
You were always too ready to lire at a bv.ieh :
But we said "she is bar-1 v she does not. mean
We have scowled when you uttered some tur
But Friendship still whispered" Forgive a:.d
O, Caroline, Caroline, child of the sun;
There are battles with late that can never be
Thestar-Uowering banner must never be furled,
For its blossoms ol light are t.lio hope ot the
" took iii. ice In New
-f (1 n-iTi;.,!' Seymour.
.! i-- ev: Jcrs.-y. The
(Jovernor in ''oti-
.. oiv"iy to ! ele-tod.
eiMi vi -ntio-i no'niiii.ting
-t. a:"a' n-t Lincoln, and
lovk-.l to peaee a.. 11 i hazard . T!i Str.tcs of
Illinois a, id Indiana v, m '. p'.'ac! very iitiich.
N- Stab--5 Irive furnished more ruffian.-; than
t'lec ! uve to p.;;ht us. ai.d they have, siitl'ered
,.) Mian nay other. They have More widows
vi. ,r;-hai!.; than any other biate, and want
ed in Liberty's nam,'',
id with the river of
It e--; ot i- ruit et I-. Iiowi). lor Uie rune, iiiiirmv
ii:.-;. lii.-iilUiiL;-, eider imd fr b.iiu' keejiinir.
i'lan'o is sfiouid fear in mind that t'n' 11 hp j
putting out laree (piantities of trees v.ill 11-t
11. -ei -s-iriiy :.-ive th.-iii a )njii-ihl- enlml.!.
That will ailo-etlier depend upon the si-!ci'tin
tlu-v make, ami to seh-et aright requires utrmt
ileal of experience. YVe have been iliilitiliS
f,r fortv V'.-ar-. mid still Mid .-m -niei hing t,.
Oi.r tree.- ar-ju-l the right age nnd ie I'T
jeaiitiie.: m t. very healthy. Very a igor.ai.-, Kid
v.tv clicap. ( a!! and tee t In-lit.
iiirec. l. O., inchest, r. Teiin.
( . CIIEUKY.
Late Iiangdon Clieiry.
fid.'ldiiv- ' of Na-livilli!.
-.ad'.ng de,no"raie reso-.!...-.
-:t-.jl for war. Still
iry A firm in Mobile have for sale liquor !
distilled from rice. It resembles the arrack of
tho East Indies. It is a strong drink, and
flies through tho system with alacrity. The
quicker it goes through, the more popular it
will bo witn boys who like to get tipsy.
8iy Tho big gun of the steamer Richmond
has been tried with ample success. A target,
plated with eight inches of iron, was penetra
ted by the powerful projectile fired from the
"un. at a distance of eight hundred yards!
It was first charged with fifteen pounds of
powder, then with twenty, and finally with
twenty-flvo; but the twenty pound charge was
found to be the most cfl'ective.
53? John llrougliam's "Tread light,
for my heart is under your feet, love,"
id mora than equalled by a lover who
thua goes skating on his lady's heart:
" Iler heart is like a from lake.
On whose cold brink f. stand ;
01 bu .kle on my spirit's skate,
And take me by the hand :
And lead, thou loving saint, the way
J 0 where the ice is thin,
That it may break beneath my feet,
And let a lover in '."
S UGA 11 .
j-:. M. !f.l)WAlM)Y,
. Wuolesa'e and Retail I. aler in
A N D
At Daniel's old'St.itid,
SO. 13 WHITEHALL STllEfX
If, Any party that will send me by
pres.-, a sack of bound and good Irish Potatoefc
(the sack of potatoes to weigh seventy pm"""'
I will send by express tel. - pounds light brown
Sugar and one pound line Rio Coffee, in a11'
febl7-im K. M. EDWARD'-
Inquisitive people are the tunnels of conver
sation ; they do not tako in anything for their
fro f wn use., but merely to pasa it to another.
3?" The number of married men of
Georgia, who havo died in tho service
of tho Stato and Confederacy, leaving
widows yet living, is 3,618, as reported
to tho Commissary General of tho
CaT The Clfrbago Journal says from
all parts of the: West wo hear of sick
ness to an alarming degree.
THE F'DKUSKiNKI) 11 AS Jfcl. ,'
FEN ED a store in "Winchester and intends w
keep it supplied with as (jenerd an osw"""
0 juinily yroecries us the markets afford.
1 have now on Viand
WAX TAPE R3, &C, &&,
all of which will be sold at a very mea
advnneo upon oost. Jsat?" A kind? ,? .,rii
produce wanted, for . which tho hignesv 1
will be paid in cash or goods. vco.
Jan. kh. Mtf . ' W. C. ifU.N
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