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"T1IK WILL OF A H'.OI'LK KESOLYKD TO HE FKEE IS LITTLE I.KSS THAN OMMl'OTKNT."
Wl NCHES TE R, TENN.. MAUCH 29. 18G3.
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. . .- ni-y iii.i i'.i. it in II HIT M W I 1 II! III
HoniO Soldiers! TO y0UrP03t!! for the Winchester Daily bulletin.
Our ''Home soldiers," the farmers lios(iraas' Warning;.
should now be at their posts on duty . Tll'J 'lowing linos were invested by read
actively nu'l i ndusti-i onl v eu'wed in in 11 l"01" Campbell, entitled " Loch'tol's
raising all necessary supplies ior the ; irninj," and deemed applicable t o thn pros
unny and tho population generally. . ent Btut(i w' atl'd :
Let our homo soldier keep their j Rosy! Lo--y ! beware of tha dav
weapons origin let no rust attach to ; When you meet our army in West To
the plough, the shovel, tho hoc- ! For a field of d,a 1 Yankee me plain
Wherever these useful implements of ii,t
husbandry are left in idleness to bo Anj the r,,ltt,of your vandal, are stored in
eaten up with ru.it, h t it bo understood : tli ,h,
. ' . . ! . . . I . , , . I IU III.
in:iL i nero n a nome Soulier s eemiic .
, '"j mmi u , una 10 . wnais mat I
the lield actively oi:gn:ed in overecm-1 , ' ' ... , .
til the obstacles in tho wnv uf n,T,;m rns.n
U i-ir r;tir
EXfRKSShY lull nil; PAILY Ul.'l.l.
plain on my
I or cuoli siioseipient insertion.
A rtieles it" innoli lclicth. intended for nuhli- i
.mioii. mirst b- bnndod in in tho forenoon to ! 111 X nil Ho obstacles lu the way of
iiiRiiro nuhlication noit tin v. I fruitful M'oduction. Wlicin t lus t:i rinoi"
t)bittiario. Tributes of Kespivt. and Fun.-ntl ! is seekii'i" to forsake his tieUi -11111 to 1 (irt':it is t'l"ll'usil,ri " your fu-itir" rank,,
Invitations en:trs;i-J i aU vertisni.'iit, but nui: -rinses
and dcatl -u!ilirlnHl as -.vs
Advertisements jf charitubln intitiitiou3 at
Tho editor of the Chattanooga I'ehel
has been ainu dntc hitnsei.f by tepr due
iufX somo ox tracts lrom the Xew Voik
i.rints when tho war steaiu va
and the pret.-.uro was at h-ast a hun
dred pounds to the square inch. The
ioilowin will !( lor sample:). They
all appeared in 3Iay, kiuM. :
I Frmn the Now York Tribune.
j.i .M-euiuy 10 iornuii! ins iU'lU-t aiHl 10,
cug-e in ",spfeulat.ieii"in the products AsWheolerand Forrest apjie
ot other iarmers, let it be understood ! 1,jU cll"l'"''1o and Cheatlm
aron their flani;-
llll are soon ill tli
that-he is a deserter from the honor
able ranks of the ''Home Soldiers,"
arid .should receive the penalty of the
. . . 1 1 Mi.
11 ai'iiuiieiaiiou 01 us le lows.
ere a home i-j 'Mier is to be seen
ei!'aM' t in the culiivatioii of tobacco,
at tins tiui-' when we need bread tor
lie-h 1 our. elves a:id eoni for our horses, he
siioum tie eoiisboTeu us giving "aid ami ;
cuhi'lort" to the enemy. . j
e liojie t.hat the vast army of home j
.o'.diei's, upon uhieh so much now
ilept'irJs, wi.l lie wc.l disciplined, so that
caeli and every one will do his whole
They come, they come, 'the warrior ("'.V oii'c:-luily, and mat there may
(A I he North, wit h miu UnU 00 nolle
odijed with steel ! Mark this, ye
traitors of the palm and pine! Mark
this, slaveocrats, aristocrats and Kid
nappers of human freedom, the .North
men come like the wings ot the wind 1
In three little months three Lriet
sunny months of spring from a faint
white c oud which shall be seen hover
ing over the South, will be visible the
black soul of the Southern (,'oi.fe.ler
acy going uj) ti the (Jod who punishes
eepiiig upon their post, none
! i;e crun ' rans, anu iiuno iri vi n-r luno
to lay d'wn the shovol and the hoe no
lime t.o h-ave the plough standing idle
in Hie fui row. U'e -mast keep the'
implements of husbandry bright, if
we wish to hasten that blessed time
; out ; it
o-tiuL and treason, .dar.c ;t
to your heart ot hearts 1 Like
hideous nightmare, your dp am of
iiian, aristocratic lite, shall
t t i i
may be in nioou, suteiy m
From tho Herald.
"Our brothers of the seceded Stale
had best act wisely, if they would act
well. No oin in the North anticipates
a longer war than one of three, or at
farthest six months. At tho end ol
that peiiod wc shall, in all human pro
bability, behold the carcass of the
Confederate States hung from the
vlomo of tin Capitol at Washington,
with Davis and Stephens on each :-:ide
of it, instead of the flying and trium
phant folds of the Confederate flag.
Wo submit the case to tin
en on r spear.-, shall be I
i;oiiLl'h.-'hai-es. The armv
must be fed, and the larmers
!iiie the products, or We will
ni i Led people. ',VJi-t'jil lri;t:lt'Ji
t'ej Ai.'.vr Oorotiiv had a wonder
i'.il ioiiii!:o- tor singing in Methodist
meetings, the negro meetings, especial
ly in missionary meetings. Thou her
voice would be heard above, all the
rest, screaming "ut, 'From Greenland's
icy mount iiigu,' or some other ciuully
moving hymn. 13 at. when the plates
e.ime around for collection, Aunt Dor
othy always sar.g louder, and still loud
er, with her eye fixed on the wall, so
that sho never asw tho collector till ho
had passed her seat. One night she
was thus rapt in eestacy, singing at
tho top of her voice and gazing at the
ceiling, 'ily abroad, thou mighty Cos
pel, ' when Jack 1'oneseamo along with
plate, and touching the old woman
with Ids left hand .said, ''Look a hero,
A unty, you needn't keep on singing
lly abroa-i thou mighty gospel, less
lo something to make it ln.v
In triumph ftdvam iii with their bravo little
Speed ! Speed '. you to l.iruoln, foiololl yur
' Tti-J niters u and hi- " i'.4l.-t" n r ..;.
Wisciikstick, .March I t, ISiIJ.
'fl'lie Widow's Appeal.
Stranger, have you corn?
(.'an you mv war.t- .nipjily ".
My infant, early born,
Noeds stieeor, clifi " l will di.
At Cranipton, whore the skio-i
With bullets Were o'eleaH
There my loved Charlie lies,
And i-adly breathed hi.s lat.
I canru.t, will not .-'t'-al.
My loved one to supply :
Will you my .sorrows heal?
Ket'u-e. ii.u and I die.
Tho days are sad mid drear.
Sinee dharlie left mo lone,
I'm a stranger 'il)riui here,
To Heaven I make my moan.
Am i:ss, March 1. I .';.
Nothing can bo more absurd and
disgusting than tho lordly con tern pit
occasionally affected by some politi
cians tor tho newspaper press. The
Press is a power in everv State a
. .J Lere is what Proutico
Department. It is not y-;, too late.
A littlo grace, a little jniincc, and a
groat deal ot mercy, await the return
and rcpontanco of sinners."
From the Now York Times.
Thn u'!ir v!Il 'H,l hv l ho 4t.li nt'Jnh-'
One column of 50,000 men to Jit:h; about 1.1s trip to Europe
mond. Another column of oO.OOO men j A cahd.
to the heart of the valley of the Mis- To the Editor of the X. Y. Tribune:
eissippt by l.airo. .bti.i another col-j Sik : The author of a letter
(imn intn ' Ai,tijicupi 'i ni A I' humi :pi J
111 Li 111 VV AV, HIIVili.'V U H'l'.i viiiiiu Ilk
Kentucky, starting from Louisville.
A gulf squadron at New Orleans. An
ocean fleet before Charleston. Thus
in three months the anaconda is
MORE GUNBOATS SUNK.
MOIULlv. March "V
A speeial dispatch to tho Jackson Apj'M..
datod Viek'bur, Marcli lrth, says at t;v.,
o'clock this inoruiinj l'our boat.; v.Tro so.-u a.l
vanciii towards our upper baO.erie.:. A i
crous tiie. i. peued upon thoiu, drivinj; 1 :u-k :,,, ,
when the ..'her two pa.s-t.-d and. r a v.-r.i'.i:.
tire almost every - lot t:ik:t:i;- . ;!;(.-t. ():,. . .
eeiw da .-.hot m hep steam c!io-;, r;un i:..
her to desist, and in 1 i :t ' -1 j juiinit. iil...d :ci-i
s.mk. 1'art of le : tn w s ;.jm-.1 io tin
sit.' shore. Tiie laat that v. cap.-1 l ,.-.t
to b- tin: bVhtou badly 1i aM.1L o:,.. .,.,;.
penetrated h--r sto'tm drum, ti:.-ib!:.r ! , : .....
badly that tho Albatra-i cant.: up to '.,, her
out ot dasigor of our
VANOLA, MIS.-!., M..:vh - (.
TliO Meu.pbi-. Dull, tin of tie: I
I.otli.sVtllt; is to be '..il'tili-d, atal eili ci. ''. I.-
pathi.im.'; wiUi la.- C !i:'--ler;:t .; p-ir-.f.f
Tim J.Ytty (lihner and crew li .' i !: :i
hired on (Jrcen river i.y tl'.o t'onf.-Uvr:.! .-.
'file, Ceiif.-di rates hu-,1 cM'etlju
l;i-pat!.h.-, ditod i'ort i.'ou.!
j it cannot bo attacked ly llif.i::'
' ate for.-o c.-.timate-j bt -i-. t:e!..
' ted that the Fort l.l'uoo ...-,
; -t'cXt lieu.-,
i no .-aio t
I Five :.:.: ! bo:
' t'-r wiiu reii,!' ':
: Tho Mi.-' is-!;:
I The tl.teksei: .
p .-in -:i n.jaiu in
C'ei. !i rue d Mon.
i uakn. 'v a.
!l h-.re :..e.i Va
i - fi
iin i v,
t. -,i F,
11, e 1
power scarcely second in constitutional 1 auvanee-l
(iovornmonts to that ot tho throne 'hice I a ei
iljolf '1'lte I.nndnn 'Fining uiidil Mtii-t'
:om I.iv; i'l'oor.io A Mrav.i..
ligii pnee to v.diioh Coi.lon h.is
:'S lit tl
influenco in Christendom such as no
most en t! t't.oy (.
sitiLde statesman of this ago exerts, l lllsi
Tho Press of tho South has been the ! present wee,
life and breath of this Involution. Jt llril' t!l" Phi'un
I cus, which aa
O ' .
V. L .
ii--, co i
i i e
stea : u civ
inav have committed errors
: i : i s
o a ;
, : eun
beginning of the war, but these an
attributable to tho novelty of a state : V1
of things which led others into otron 1 0
paper f-day, says that I am on my
way to Lurojie, that last Saturday I
paid 17 for go'd in Louisvilhv, and
that J believe the rebels will have com
plete possession of Kentucky during
try -v i-,iAn ,t -, ,-. n i . - m Ti n i -. . . i 11 . i-i r . i . t i 1 1 ,
wuicio, uttisuu la Bim i'...it.u, I'.ew- UH. pi-i.L,eiit inohtn. riease aitoru mi
besides the Press. YVi',h these exceo.
tions, it is imjiossiblo to over-estimate ' ojiUin .lay
the impetus which the Southern move- acne quatmi;
l I... !...'. .11- .1 II I lll l-tl- I
ment nas uorive.i irom me j res. ji
has aroused the patriotism, encourage 1
s t t ! ; t r
tho hopes, nerved the hearts, am
strengthened tho arms of the people
of tho Soutn throughout this cot. test.
It has pointed out dangers lo be avoid
ed, called attention to tho ucce.-.-ily
of economy and retrenchment, stimu
lated tho agricultural interests, and
denounced abuses in tins iidiniiiistra-i ol the blockade" at Charlestoi.'.
tion of atl'airs with unsparing tide'ity j 11 :l" honest Sout hern buliet could but
nnd boldness. l. n thousand vuch penetrate ins o ji-u,tJ. tnero would bo
politicians as undertake to denoum
ics. ami la.- i t.i i
icioec.- theel C.a'I'i'd
upw-i r-is ;;i ,; .!, ij.uc,-..--te.ini
-.hip, '..My of Now
Me, to on an-1 the same
earner J( aagamo, to o'l
ai-o r.l' : o'F. a corj:d''r
; and the ( 'auadiau mail
" rma:., i" morrow, frr-m
v i'orthind, w ill take a
i :!!, the exp.'ji t vi tho
we.-K Irotn I .; 'c rp.e. i to .se.v 1 ovk wnl
not fall short , bui. nui) "Xc- .-ed, ti.i'ou
bales. I. h !":. 7 ,-, !-ruuiy IV-'i.
So- The i-ibror of tho .Vashvido
Union ridicules the idea of tlo "break -
io.n crushed, law re-estabos. ed, oruer. !p:u.c jn your columns to sav that I
restored, tho Union reigns, and the 1;lVe no thoughts of going to Europe,
stars and stripes float again in triumph thrt L was not in Louisville last Satur
o'er the land of tho free and home ui 1 dav, and never bomdit gold at ITS in
: i ! ; ti ! i ,
i c :
Frcderkksburg tiufcrcw. The i
lnnnrl V.v niini'a t-'i-ei loi'iek- diiivf
.IIIIIVL k L VV..V .".' "'.J
respondent reports witnessing with
his own cye,3 a lady raised in aitlueuco,
with her child, and only a dog as an
attendant, walking twelve miles
through almost impassable mud and
raire to get something to eat. Starva
tion is imminent with many of the suf
furors. A lady refugee was sent back
by subscription to Winchester, because
sho was unable here to earn her- vict
uals and clothes. How could she, when
house-keepers ask $900 a year rent for
a third Btory room, without board ?
Romember reader that this day is the
mv lite; and that 1 have at no
believed that the rebels would have
complete possession of Kentucky
du.'ing this month or any other month,
i may have said that if, as some
this powcrlul organ ol puMi'
ment could not accomplish as m
t lie public interosit as a si'ig'e
The Press lias no motive to he
wise than just and honest. Tin
interests are its interests. I'm the
interests of politicians do not ui'?,'.'v:
; 1 1 i l-iii oni . eitl llnwn nf I !n ihum.I..
timei";"'- """" "7 , 1
j.ueir personal eiev.uton, nc.i too puri
ne good, is tho object of their lives,
and if necessary, tho public will have
to give way to self. What harm Live
the 'dfoakiiigof a U )(; he. id" he would
be in no humor lo ridicule. ti.'Lrl.
j claimo', KentucK-y was invaded by a
rebel force of 40,(jU0 men, they might
overrun the .-Hale, unless tho Federal
troops should be reinforced; but, in tho
hi si, place, 1 have not believed that the
invading lorco was a tenth part of
40,0-dO, and in the second place, I have
not KcrioiHy doubted that tiny ueoded
reinforcemeriLs would bo forthcomicg.
(irO. I). PRENTICI'.
Astor House. N. Y., March 6.
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gi'ea'. .- lie, :s
food.; v the
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tea e ",
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Od per ;'':
per poi'.e.d ; si
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; oi ioIX'l "l
d an adva.uco
I pun powder
c brandy at
ievv v at- ?;;t
oe t!o'. , id a!. ;:l t ,Vd
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They havo corrupted tho people, sacti-j 1.40a 1..-0 per yard ;'ioU.-i pao::r 2da
Hood principle and honor, and lighted i .'ill a n am ; mi n's straw hats Vo each.
''Copied from the Chicago Times.
the flume of war itself tor the purpose
of advancing their ambitious projects.
They will ruin our own country, if
they are permitted to attain ascendancy
in her council, which they car. hover
i : n a i. i. . i . i -
iuo uu iney navo muzzled trie t'n rrn nt. nvo,,
lixenmona iMvatch. i
ESS" 'Gently tTho " d'ue's aro o'er nf
stealing,' as the man said after hiivtn;
five bills presented for immed'ato p.iy-tnent.
HOT A friend tel'sa lit
her live years, old sister :
At one time when there was a little
A.l..l!e was taking oft her doll's
her what she was
ooiug it ior, ana he. saa!
'Cause I am afraid they will iJaoi
I'ghtnirio-, and that would Uiru Lolly