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'THE "WILL OF A PEOPLE RESOLVED TO BE i'K'EE 13 LITri.tJ LESS THAN" OMN ll uTI'i: N 1
WINCHESTER, TENN.. A PHIL 3, 18G3.
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V. J. BLATTER, Proprietor.
out. Governments are not formed.
They jjrow aj tho tree, cr tliey crystal
ize. Whatever tho form, it is a growth
a crystallisation. Our lathers vroic
r... . -.: iwi.se; as wisoia what they rejected as
-rx , .in what they :i'ioit'.-J!
one jjuaiur pr .uonui. ! a(i0pt sl nyMioun Ko verr meat r.;i the
Notica to Subacnbsrs. j result of Uieoririni?, Luit from n?e?.'5ity.
"Wass you find before your name .u Thev looked at tho country and saw
your paper, please renew your subscription. : that no other was practicable. There
a it ia a ot:ce that the time tor which it . ' , , r ., .
fcas been paid will expire in a few day. ; " mombor 01 lI,a ,royal fliraily ln
B, A wrj nt'.'ei ?n.;e in the Daily Bui- Country to ascend tho throne; there
!epn will be allowed 'for advertisement"-.. ! was no nobility riding above tho plain
Terms, $1 for each square. Is: insertion; o'.'rU j of society to break tho abruptness from
uVa.tt5aer"J5V;0" , ,,- tho throne to tho community. A ro-
Articles of much length, intended for pubh-! , ,. J -:
nation, mrst be handed ia in the forenoon to ! Publican government was ft necossity.
insure publication next flay. I Ho thought our circumstances still
Obituaries, Tributes cf Rcsrpct. and Funeral 1 required it, and ho could not think tho
Invitations charged as ndvortiuT.KT.t.s, but !.'iar-! T)ti)h!em was vet to he fivfin nn Wa
i - - - - - - j-,- -(-. . .
must work it out. The North cannot
'Tlio l?rolcu Promise.
BT WILLIAM U SWAIN.
"i.'iati.:. !.:.; -i i.
I knw ie cm kc-r-.t nn npfm.i.-...-.
lney di.i not i At least, with women: and vot. knowii:r ;'u;f-
V ith crfldulous !'olly still I irustfid one.
Whose word soei.,(-d lik the truth I forgot
Tho lwflon I had learned fall oft WIom ;
And I believed. bcau3 he aid he'd 'rorre.
Tha'. he would comu ; und then, nilit after
I watched thH c'.oud., and saw them pins- nwav
Frora tho. bright muon, aad leavo the cit-ur.
riageti and death publish -J m newn
Advf.rtiseiuoi.ls of cnaitah.; institutions ut
doit. They want tho necessary con
servative clement. Tho conservative
Dr. Palmer on the Issues of the ! oIemwnt 118 eMy art tho driving
,T?fi ( power. Soo tho motive power of the
i locomotive on tho railway. Tlio con
Rev. Dr. Palmar, of Now Orioaua, ; servutiva power of the" engineer is
delivered a very able and putriottc ! neooy.sary to irovont utter ruin. This
speech in Savanuah on tivj isso?s of' Powcv U want'n? t0 iho North, and
. , . . . , , ,. thev arc driving on under the rower
tho war, on tho evormi- ut t io -ih ot ' in tl., " ; ,
' of a mad Democracy. What their end
March. W e find tne toihr.ving syn p.si.s would bo ho did not know, and very
of the same in tho Savannah News : jca:i,!i l, ho did not caro. Wo have a
The Doctor said ho tro to with irreat confcervalivj power in our domestic in
difHJonce to meet the .tnn'..Jn'wnent Rtution of slavery. It makes aristc-c-made
in tho xnorninj- papo:-. Tho ' rac' pf) noc?ssary to all governments,
more becausa of tho 'pnn of tho ! If 's not an arlifiCJ1'l aristocracy of
many professional gotUlomcn who w.'-ro ' oirth' r wealth, but ono ot race; a
bolter acquainted with tlio subjeci, and liUturu! aristocracy, and therefore, bet
At whose feet he would ;l,k!iy B;t f.)r i tcrUw.n any artificial aristocracy,
instruction. But there might nom! ! Third Ho believed tho South would
advantages in look in- tS. th,; qaostiori I wri becauso no peoplo who had a
from the mora! side. ' ' right to bo. froo, and had resolved to be
Ho had frequently h.-en aked. both 'Vi' vul "Vtfr boon subjugated. God's
tn and out of th army. "Do von ' f'lan ot giving success to nations is not
really think tho South will sin-Wl V t!1 l)lan of arithmetic. It is not in
Ho had invarinhly r-pli.-i : "'.licss ! th. l',ou'or 0l" l!le,' numbers to succeed,
tho lessons f all hi.-.tc-v iai!. kuo must : W!u;t'-3 tho (!Xai--P,(-s oi" Persia when
recced." lie th(m,'rr.ti? - ; Iiiro-l her three nnliions upon
Firet Bet-auso whn a nation
o.omes too utrnn u.v its virfif, it is h
(iroco ; ot England, when for three
hundred vears she attempted to annex
rule of fiod'a rovrrnr,.-.. tn;t i ,v.V ! 'otiai-d. an(l at least succeeded only
ho divided or destroy,,!. tJ -.usolida-1 (1;-ad'ng hor.sotf in receiving a
:tion, centralization, is not Gr,( hAn'ir!m t.-; enemy; of Kussia against
oat division into parts, which f-haM ' -'caa'i:i; of Holland, glorious Iloliar.d!
Wance power with rarh other. This a-:lV,sl 1,1 " P,nvV fu! S'min' Lot w
is the difference between tl. antido- n'Jt.bcnv'V0(1 ?Jy iho display cf numbers
utvian and postdiluvian world. Tho i a,inst 11 V hat tIl0ilh wo bo x
'onsolidation of tho former created i 1Tl,ll0nSi and they twetuy, or forty, or
noh vices as reouirod the waters of a I e!x,y; T1 w!.11. ourselves against
ji i- i.. .1. .... mo vock oi nistoric tru tn. and s.av
iuiuu iciuuvc. in ine jaticr n is1 ... ' v
Ood'a law to separate and -divide into
coino one, come all 1
... . r -
raoe ana nations, i i ( n c e the attomf.t
fin the plains ot Shin;:r to form ;i 'rrr..nt.
ontranzation was hiastcd hy Divino! laiiuigutira.
interposition. Tho idea of one gtvat , Special Dispatch to tho Chicago Times.
fmpiro on this continent has boon our : Dayton. Onto, March 3, Hon. C. L. Val
ielusion. It is wonderful that our ' hmdiham, member of Oonpres from the Day
fves wero 80 hoidea from toein" ton, Ohio, distr.ct, arrived at home in thin city
it. Such a government would "hav 4 y'J thii afternoon, and. although but two
hn nn e ( x,. !' l1'l.vs notice was had ot bis conuncj, received
Mn too Strong for tho vu-tuo oi any one of th, Kreatt ovations.ever civen to Unv
ine government would cor- man in Ohio. Lon? before tho hour of nrrf-
Tapt the politicians, and the politicians val tor the train oh which he was expected,
tho poopl, and, in their turn the poo. his constituents Legan to ilock to the depot by
l-le would corrupt thft pnlitfcians. To thQlT- It,S9e,raeda8 ifeyoryman, woman
tt.:a p'.i i,,, ,,T,,j j . j a"u child in the district haa come out to do
P.evont this, (rod has lifted his hand honor to this champion advocate of conatitu-
to separated tho nation. It is to ho tional righu.
divided, like Juiroro into smaller na-; Two bands of music enlivened the oceasion.
tions, holding the balance of power ; whi; ft cunnon helc led forth thunder tones of
This principle is liable to two Vondii '?' aJv,llkening yalleyofthe Miami
unm . i a ii , . ,,- . i ttS sniaoni ever awakened belore.
21' 1 ,n h and, os ab,!:h0C Gently tho whistling of the locomotive
yjvernracnt Shomd not bo dissolved was heard, and, an the train neared the depot.
Without sufficient cause. 2d. A new t!le thousands of persons rushed forward, all
government should not ho formed pa?er to ca'cn the first sight of tho man who
without posso'Mns" tho eicmenrs no- !? n' Sty and fearlessly represented
u 111 ' " "' .'' J the white man n intorest in tha Confrere that
jMsary to constitute a great nation, ha, just adjoarned. g
nations. With these conditions he impossible fur Mr. Vallindigham, to reach the
a "Ot fear to advnea to t he principle cr"(: wbi,ch W!13 in readiness to convey him
; Tha B.ii. i i-.- 1 to the court house, from the stena of which ht
ioo booth has thoso coi.difiona : . , ...o. h': 'Tr1 1
Fhot 4 oi i . v. .is u) ?p j Ik. ilanjgM lenth been almon
'irst-A sufcciont cause in the wro;. curr?rd to hi., carnc, zud u,r catod he
tk " X W wrons greater tn-n bared his brow to tho brenze, uud was haild
WOse which ' caused " o;ir fathers ti wlih dcaicnin? chei:rs, while the cannon r.
row off tho government of Great P"nded twenty four rounds.
"'tain. RAAn,11'TrKbn hnn M tha 1 procc.ion oeing wrmea, proceeded to
Trn . , . tdo court houre,, viiro tbo reception sneeoh
""nJCntfl of ft r:tt nnfinn. This wni ... t rr .1 r,..-i a V Pwa
j., . j,. . vss oiuuf! iy non. uaviu noutt.
ta all our ports blockadud, has prov- Mr. Vallandigbam briefly responded.
jtalsi and demanded the confession ' , , ,
OftliQ u i . B. A 'ate Washington distmf.
"Vila. jnceou?Li iiutioii in iui- - T. . - 1
wsibln nj t.. .1- i . 1 says ijioco a has lndehr.atolv rw..
biw? i... w poooa ino exnodition to co onixv
' u. , , - - -u"vi,y,.
-v4 uo oii3ieu l;m! ruHiiai ivmiiu -n r v-f
IIA... J , . . . . ti.HL .
.".u, uouBuso me un-o era oi u r-
u njiH a x . & . : . ... .j
. .M:'ivh I.
1 lo un.-)
Ji!("! Mt )."-;;
inir in !: ..r:ny , t.-,i will, ...nada-iU
. iU'iW Ml! j r ,ri-;1 :.i ih:- ;i..v -.
hid to iticrcnit! the ro-.n-iber ot mi
i. t;.;:i:l tit :in,:;,- .
ii, li'-ae ia t : i
:'. .- ...- us : I .) ,;
Dc'e ';!, v., .. ' , J ye;
udjourt-.n-ient rn du: of h;. ;f.;i.i
M1L1.EDG ILL i-i
Hon. .Lkrr.t., F. i1. .c, u.' :.t i
i:rii;ae,.t to soi'ir.: :,.:;
the 5;tates, .i.'i.'.res.:-.! ' I,n 1 '
r-vcived, ai.d it i3 b-.s.iev.-d ":,.- moss.. wtti
. ir-'v r. i
r.'.rr by the
1 As.-c'tn! !y
: ih; Gov
oi bor.di by
As spotless, and serene, and beaut
As if no promises were broken e'er
fJeneata it. Man forgets, in bu.;y hour.-;,
Vrhat in his idle moments ha has said,
'or thinks how oft-n woman's hapr.incss
Ilar.gs on his lightest words It i- not things
Of great importance which affect tho heart
Of misurv. cr of "bliss r.f l,n lov. " '. iJ' b"lu
There's many i deep and hidden i;ri.-f that' Cri.UVf.r.S'iVNT, Arr'! 2
comes I N"o iius thu? fa- . : ' ui v"i u't ick
r . , t ... . i TK..-.. I..- I .... . . i .. .'.
row sources wnicn aunu: ot no complaint --i ' i.u. .n ; : no. a
From things of which we t-anaot. dart- r.: I '''' tl,p- J '! u' s "! ; -,rt.-;
speak ; kirmisu on fl'-abrooks !
And yet thev seem but trifles, till, to chain ! '' at
Lick after link is fu-stened on each thoi.ght. j iv"m a Y!,'!"'!1, 'i;
Aud would aro-iud the heart Th; v do th.-L-! n..., "
nd wits !..; .n- u ,t
a w;.t.:ri::s; -jar-v
Tin N ..;..-n
be-m coi-.t-id-r; b)v
the Vl -.. win :..
u l0o T'o-nh'r . f t!
..o .'.t .. v t n patri
the Aiui-.lic. S;...t.H e:.-
i '. e -.-.re
In secresy and silence ; but their power
Is far more fatal than ths open shafts
Of sorrow and mh-furtuna; bm thev prev
Upon the heart and spirits, till the'ldoom
Ol hope is changed to fever's hoctic hush ;
They bresk the charm of youth's fir.-t, brijd.t
And thus wear out the pleasures of the world,
And snap, at length, the very spring., of lii'.. '
Uut this is wfnini's fato! It is not tha -'ituy-oi
"Vith proud, aspirin man! His mind is ililed I nudioti.
With hltrh and lofiv thnu;rhti and I.u-,. nn.: i ui.ie.ai'.i
hope, ' ; 1
And all tha warmest feelings of his hart
Are sacrifloed sit cold Ambition' shrine.
He feels that the whole world was made fr
Nor broken promises, nor hopes de.-troyed.
Are e'er allowed a pljuv. on Memory 's'puge.
'Tis only woman, in her iom.-liiiofs."
And in thi nk-nt, melancholy hours.
Who treasures in her. heart th- .-.!! wor-!s
That have no meaning: and who lives on hope
'Till it hath stolen the color from her checks,
Tho brightness from her eyes who tru.-t.-; h.-r
And the va.-t OC'TU of uncertainty;
And if it's wrecked, she learns her lotto bear-
Or she mav learn to die, but not forir'-t.
It is for her to hoard her secret thoughts, j
To brood o'er broken promise, ii d si.L'h
O'er disappointed hopes ; 'tis she believes
There's less of wickedness ia tho wide world
Than in her single heart
uun buuii'.f, . ca.ui. .juvl'i:ii iiorsi's nave i,.t
' 'O r . v
o-. ia-; : i . ni
p.ip.-r gives very good roius-.ns
o. ( (' t '.
-en sever... y
e c;t:. '.s of tbfi
d. Wo if
a : iv.Satu ir
tO" W ir. I
-iuw i-n.viami Mat.
.tf.r.aw. ii:iv ao pr.- .a; a-r.i; -.a-., ..
ever for Uh'U- loss of ,h-,;: f,-,
the ci.-ili-a-y, thev are i.n.-W; r tuwx
ly that :.' ,vnr coaliao. '! ,:, - .f,,
upon the Upac- J. is:-;;
si-nt i!gric.n,iir,.f ;
W:.t.-rs V-y the ,-..,..;
liiwer '.A i :,
j -v!i;:.i:. i: ar. !; .. . tl
! ct'trs. In o - :- :nd i,nd,
I tln'V I'. .c.;i v d ' 1 ill-" j!
f,"i'! po.r.ai 'i,,.
j every n it-.ou of Kurini.
j t' !1 oialv:- ia tin .aa'y
j I.av . .;n. -ii ' (.(,
. 'h'- proda-t. .' ,ld th"..)
; that it va: jut ' t.i..;'
ana iu.it ii... t.-in..-iai-:.!'.;..:i ,!,-:. .i:r;
Mpp; of cei-'e-.l.-i imd nniaiaU v.-.-s sa c!i
cunvoi.icii'.. ti.j xii'vigatic:: lmiar o;...-
s-!Hoi,s ' ,'i!' vcfir. Th.'S t'
No- thwest fed ami sunaliai! v.
t-: f tk3
a io . f ti.o
;.'.. : of
' i n ;';
eve?, bv. i.-r.
w"o.-ii in rerurn
yii ia- Tiioi....-si',e, or tte
p'.i:-,;. a'' i '- !'i r,Mi
N.-t that i!:e South
i !. .- .ii-i.sr.pi fouid
" ' ' ii-;: '' io '-v.
bv !h'.- a'e'-iinvi. but
iai b- i . r-i-.i',v cotton.
'i i and
o::u at all
J .-oale of thu
i mi lies, ihreo
a 1- fii": in:..;
-ippi cr its
, ,, fj :; . 1,
1 iiS t.l:
oi negro, i eta
' idteiy ooen ttoa-n, anct a number oi persons I pi o i"-., :,..;.
; Koturn Home of Hon. C. L. Val- have been killed aiu! scalned. ! ia Illinois v. -is
f i , . ' d 'iiiifS in ''old.
. i.t, ua.-, ia.-ju.;u ii oiiii iiuowilii; t, ....
-, t..i :i .'0
.eo of a mule
persons to transport cotton to the M"xiea:i i tie
frontier. This has been done from the nm-es-' "
sity of obtaining suppii.-s from M'e.vieo, over'.1'11
the Rio Grande frontier, through the sale ot'ijCi'
The election for Governor and m.-aubcrs f t
f'.,.- tr: ;..t . .. i . ,
uuuicoii ni n tjiiiia, 18K8S piaco in Jlity.
The New York Legailature has resolve.!
give ail the soldiers from New York II
111" V :.V y.;
'a- i.'.i d-c I
t i.i'. -t r:t. no
''-'o.-i.ei . .r i..'0 r.ii i i!. o i !!i iur army,
',',r;'-v ' ;:'; in dfaaeci;i.!ed
'I in.' -t:.-.. : ; a of other agricul
A late j.tt ml.! r..f a Mir.n- sot-v
1 ta- prican there ,n .:bwi; Kivatr,
p t barrel; corn A.r;r-ilvecerits
: hogs three dollar.' raid twetitv-t:vo
.reals per hundred; osoac R.or eents per pauiid ;
1 l-.itt : teai fot.t. per po-ir.d ; cf.-gs tight cenw
!"-: ' 'hi-r artid-.i r-rual.'v low. In
- d .!L
j1-'" river co.-r tks of Towe b.f U o:ly two
. ! C.oiiars ;i0'i t! te ecnis i.er ivi-.i r. - .,, i.
a...i. - r " ,i . - ., , . i.,.j
... .... . " " "on ii o-iu ( ..in , ;,e;. t.o.inj , una in
menu, whose terms ot enlistment expire tmsthe wme M;,te last winter. r.U a hundred
year, a bounty -f $if,0, each, in case th-y will r-dles fnar. the Mississippi, ;,.,rk was sold dress -ro-enlist.
' 1 ed at b--.: than a doiin;- i.r-t- bondred. It is
Tl. anA-,r'iv n v i ........ - !L:1"1'. " " ei-.-aper t:,w. , (...lutho
, v- 1"-'lLU" u v' rA of this while the ,01.11" ttrli,
saown Epecini ;'is cf hujlstonea. us large as J.H-. I New .York, it is the inert
tridge eggs, which fui! near that place on Tues-1 r.wd tram porti.tion.
d cost of rail-
A I, iw.hb'urg fxchaVitft-'
?.avs it, is reports.
The Kew Orleans Mpcrs donominatfl the af-
I fathers, baa been remitted to thafiwd e"71FZZ , " , w , 1 1 orient expiou."
We are to take it up and work it like Buraside and Hooker, after
I. r i teirs tor the Yankee army. I .v. w.. i -b..j ,w;-v.v
tnat a new currency is to be j i:
there, consisting oi grains ,,f corn
representing five cents! '
Mar'.iai Lr-v has bi'in"dec!itr..d in Covin
and Newport. Kentucky. '
V letor ilugo has written a tragedy, of
John Brown is the hero, a
About 'i fl'Vm'N'nv Haajphirn papers have
b.K'ii stopjd, owing ti tho pressure of the
The Da.ton. Ga., Times says the prospect for
wheat in that State is flattering.
Another female food riot took place in S'alis
bnry, N". C, on the 18th. Tho women con
cerned in it compelled the merchants to share
with tiem their Btock of flour, and also robbed
general families oi tiaastock laid in for home
: .s;pri by
'' ''.-' s t?
ii..1. n.i for
'U.i-ii. is to send
Ov.'itc to t'o e'o
the bI,:e.o.de, toe f-.:v:'ti ofa
roads rxeei. .1 tla;i.. . . n
ha.ve i i,ivm..al v' ioco a'i - '' '.'
vi.i.h a.-.-a i;; ;i,s,aa-l.
oa tho .Mi ip; ' by .;'' r:ad
i ork i i'iii"ty (. v. '. t pi-r 1 ti
li'.OVi. i! laorc tal oi tiu'iee tlio
.'.a-, it ci; -.. fa., pr.ce of five
Oi." to "aa .. t
It. v.ali ... aiipass:!.'.) tor the We. tat ) frai
ers to e!-oI : i-vnvy l-mg; for. li-.n: a-, is tu.-.r
case, how nj u -h Ij.a'der would it have boon had
no; the deua.au for our bread.-itulls ia Europe
hem i" groat -iuriug th last two v ars. jJut
as thr.i aroso from th. accident f i-iiart crois.
it is not to be depend n !ierafter. snd the
p:opciior ino agricultural interest o-f the
Northwest, in tho eveat of the continuance of
the wir, am gloomy in tha extreme. This ac
counts for the vehemence with whieh th mls-mwragomr-ni,
of the war is asrailcd bv ticarlv
all sections of polit.ioians in that region, ft
also explains tho boldness of the copperheads
here, who are growing more numerous and
more dangerous every hour, and are loudly
calling for the stoppage of tho war TVs
men are not in a majority at prseut but, like
the radicals in tho Vi publican party.-they ;nav
soon for-o forwHir with tnra men of more
m.V.era.' eeuii.-i.-!:., ar..t the C-
matt .le:,I rabie.
the battie of Fredericksburg.