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WINCHESTER, TEN., APRIL 12. 1BG3.
W. J. SLATTCU, IViipriotwr.
One Dolliir por jH.ontU.
Notice to Subscribers.
TV ken you find before your name uu
your paper, please renew your subseriptiou,
&s it is a notice that the time for which it
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$a A vtrv limited tpaa in the Daily ul
loVm will be allowed for advertis.-iu.-uts.
Trms,Cl fiO for each square. 1st iiisertiuu;
"Seta for each subsequent insertion.
Articles of .much length, intended for publi
cation, mrst b handed in in the forenoon to
insure publication nevtday.
Obituaries. Tributes of Kestvct, and Funeral
Invitations chared as ;idv'rtis::neats, but rui -riaijei
and deaths published an news
Advertisenftnfs of charitable. iuMitufloua at
Sjau 'Tno annexed extract from a
late speech of Mr. Cox, of Ohio, shows
htm to be a pretty good hand at iflus
trating the glotious old puritan. HcMr
htm : 1
A COUPLE OF ILLirSTRA'l'IOX?.
I propose to give two illustrations f
these truths. 'J'ho first in in your
midst. Every Sabbath you have a
' tiormoa trom Kov. Dr. Cheover, demon
strating that our failures in haltle arc
twins; to the displeasure of Cod, be
causoVf tho Bin of slavery. Cries of
"Oil." lie makes slavery tho terrible
crime of the world in his own fanoy,
and reduces Omnipotence for the taslc
of punishing us by war for its exist,
once. Ho conveniently ' forgets that
there is another side to the battle, and
-that when wo fail, God sides, by the
toolish logic, with slaveholders.
Parallel with, this logic, turn back to
167o, when Randolph canto to Xew
Fvriilnn.l from the parent Covernment,
to find 'out tha ca'.uc of the Indian
war. The auswer of the Government
of Massachusetts furnishes the com
mentary : It ofiieiully d blared that:
"these "are the great nxA provoking i
wild for which God hath given tho
barbarous hoathrn commission to rise
Againnt thorn : For men wearing long
hair and periwigs made' of woman's
hair. Laughter For women wear- .
ing borders' of ha'r. and disguising j
tli em Sid ves by following strange lash-j
ions in their apparel. For prof'aneness
in the people for not frequenting tho
meetings, and others' going away be-,
fore the blessing is pronounced. For
suffering the Quakers to dwed among
them, and to sot up their thresholds hy
God's threshold contrary to their old
laws and resohtious, with many such
"Thus it wi'.l be seer, that the original
defects in tho Puritan character have
heen' copied to this day. Like tho
Chinese artifit when told to copy a fine
and oostly piece of porcelain to which
Horat) accident had happened,' ho follow
ed his instructions with such great,
bk'di and labor that ho copied tho crack
which extended the whole length of fhe
truco boat New York while the latter
is having her boilers repaired in Phila
delphia: .Something of a scene took place as
the prisoners were being marched on
board tho boat, in consequence of a
party of rebel sympathizers, mostly
females, making ho demonstrative u
display of their auction for the priso
ners as to cause the guards to require
them to vacate tho wharf. The females
Beamed inclined to hold their ground,
waving their handkerchiefs and kiss
ing their hands to the prisoners, who
replied by noisy cheers and. shouts.
The Union soldiers were greatly exci
ted by this impudent demonstration,
and expressed their indignation by
groans and warm expressions ot feel
ing. In view of the inhuman treat
ment of Union prisoners at .Richmond,
nothing restrained them from pitching
into both Butternuts and sympathizers
but the fact thai the first were priso
ners in their hands and the bitter were
''u;!i !',r! turned f HM r T -; w
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N'y that all ey, i:i
with eaisr gitzn to our
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v.uar.eu-n. :ina ii lii-arts uri' j ;iii-.taf inir witn
an cariiust ilt-siru tlifit sli iny In; i-null. ri f
b-at buck tne ruihhs invmlr r-? f her timo-j
honored soil, we thi:ik t.ho 1'i-lb.twing .p'.; in-.! jn t(
p-i'fin. by that tnw son ef p.-sy, vh. trik-s-f ,,s
th K-Fi, Vl'ittl !oir-; ; .... 1 ..... . '
out of place:
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II T HIXKT t : M U O D .
Cairn a that ftcond snm in-, r whi dt pre-vdv
Tho firit fall of !l.
In t!.is broa'l .niriliht "f hrridc dr.iils,
The Citv lidM th-;
tllM!''.lil J'.l.ll i
huh ml ;n .; -i' i -
jlull tx. i;i tii.;; - i.t racti i i'n 1 1
1 ii.ii wns e ".!; 'I oi.
I Tho bill ;llu,!i-liit-:: uU v ,1
jth'i ('(ilil.'il'.'f ito ,k:''-r..-, , .-. .(
I p.rt. :' rt.fry,
I 'I'll- .'-'.'li::t(- t!;.'H Wi-cf int.,, ,
I Tho ir..ii.- - ;'.. i
I una 1 i-utt i ins biu.-i t:i xt
As yot, behind tb?!r ran. parts st .-r 11 arid proud j ;u.-;-.I th- Mil K r-i-irirnrii" th- im
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lark Suwaer, likj a L-attl-io-nt-d do .id,
Looms o'er the Si-hitnn d-cp.
No Galpo frown? from lofty cliff or snar
To guard the holy str.i.'id;
But Moultriu holds in l-ni-'a lu-r dugs of v.ir
Above tho level .sarrtl.
thousand guus li-
un: . tav Jj.vws. Trie .Uobile Tri-i
bune in speaking of the bad effecta of
titay laws, remarks thus :
ft is very truly sa.d that these stay
laws have a demoralising ctrecl. First
of a!!, they impair the sacredness of a
debt obligation, which is the source of
credit and high toned principle. They
stimulate speculation for they allow
money to rema n in tho hands of those
whom it docs not rightfully belong to,
and thus they are tempted to make
ventures with a recklessness which
would not obtain if what they hav a
control of were their own. "Ono can
see now how little principle there is
among cerfaiu men who have hitherto
stood in good credit. With an abun
dance at their command, they treat
creditors with contempt, a? though, in
the ab.soiK'o of law, there were no mor
al obligation on a debtor. A continu
ance of this and it is tolerated to an
amazing degree will leave its traces
lorg lixed on our communities, it will
obliterate that clearly tnaikedline be
tween honesty and dishonesty; and
the effect will bo extremely pernicious
ori those young men now growing up,
and taking tho form which will lust
the ux through hfo.
And down fh dun-.s
Unseen, beside the flood
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That wait and wati-.'.i for bioud.
ile.in.whi!, through strops ftill ech(ii,j; with
Walk Jfravo and t'lourh'f'd inert.
Whose bunds may ono day wii:U the patriot
As lighdy a3 the pon.
iVnd maidens, with such eyes as w;-ulJ jjrow
Over a bleeding hound.
Seem each one to havn caught tviu ?treath of
Whosi sword she sadly bound.
Tims pirt w'tliout, and :srrinr.-l at ho-ne,
Day patient fullr-whia; day.
Old Charleston hio'cs from r.'of and tpire and
A-ross her tranquil bsy.
i h-Kou-c eo:i"iin-i'd in t. j-pi.-r of tho
(orumitt-i-of roui'-rrtii-i- in n-!;itiuu to the t-.v
.ecufioa of mail cotitr".c'.-'.
An ol'.ieiid di"pu!r-h !at s trut. il'ij . tvrny,
fuurlnuidred in mu-ib-r, miKtlv c tit.'.,! ,i-.d
troops, hui'1-d r.t ra..(j.i:'Mi!:i y. .-K'nl:- v. Tli-y
wro atta-lvd 1 y (.urc-.vnlry atid r-r n V j1 wi:lt
a lo: s of jlfiwi l:i'h I O. :- l,,ss v.'.s li-u
t..iu':t and one piivatn ki!!.d. am'. t?ve r'b'ht!v
Viuik.-) i'titib.-at nut. l-.:ek o fh:p Island
with ti c v.'i 1. 1 ft-i- ;!.
i in li- :ii e-'i ; !.;.vo ! "! s'-nt to t.'o nrcti
iyjPNr.r. iUE.s., Ajni 10.
Yi'sfotrlay Mrj. il:irii?-o:i lu-iwd roa." tho
enemy ahovj St. Jv.s-pli
f'hips, through a nunu-ed f-xs, from Jnix'h I
And spicy Indian potts,
liriri!; Siix'-n st-r-.l nnti iron to her hands.
And Fuium(-r to her courts.
fitiri wiih tweU 1: and sit pounders, 'i'.ioen
!:ny i 1 !i-d with -na peee, wLi::h w.is soen
sti.f a.vd, urid t'o y withdrcv.
Sevfii-al alu'lls froni our b-'ti.,rief exy-l.-d.-d In
(ht; u.ld?t of t'u; i u.-n.y. o.-u:i!:l.-? i-r. car
LYNCrriU'i:'.;, A.-:vil 10.
Thn truir, wli'el. l.-f: li--r-. I hi nio-!i;ii on
tlto Vis jinia Kiid '1 i-im .,.-( j i 1 wid.
four hundred r-xiLan.-.l 'i.nt'-d .-.-ite rr!...r.eM
b.-M-ci. run c!l';i.
::.e, tooundin'' t!- v
Put still, al' nj yon din At. mt'c line,
'I'h- only hostile smoke
Cr.-eps likn a hamils mist above tha brine,
From some frail, floating oa.k.
Th - lV.-:ib-., wi!' .i, ,.,
ti'tir i.rii.-i. l'liiil 1;,: in- in,
ihjr. nf 1 l.-l !!-. t-.ko ur
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p. ', 1 , en
;i !y i!i . ,:
ry Wo take the following items
from the Charleston Courier of tho
The Paper Question.
rj'tort Courkr : I read with much
regret, in your issue of the 3d instUnt,
that owing to tho high price of paper
and tho dest. uction by fire of the Kath
Paper Mil's, '-yon could see no aiter
11 a tve to f he suspension of your if-suo."
jather than each a . Btispension 6h)tiid
take place. I for one, of the daughters
of Carolina, pledge myself to eond to
I On a very rainy day, u man en
' torim-hH h onsc was !iri:.rit..! hv hi
ot the pr-n-nt n'.'.mtion of all
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Shall tha Spring dawn, and j,.;, still clad "l "W1 " 1 11:111 W1" : :
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timjjWi 1 iJi-.ii,.i ui mnnm,; u.-: only U I P r III- ' iOV
And with an un?e.thed brow, - err-munt r-ards v.il'i ap;'re'.-r...;..n, and ad
j Rest in th strong arms of h-r palm crowned jULni.-'t.-r.a ju.t rcbuk.' to sn-c 1! .tors.
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As fair and freo a.t now !
Wo kr.otv not; in tho Teinplo of th-) Fates
God haa inflcribd her donin.
And, all untroubled in her faith, sh-. wattJ
Th. triumph or the tomb.
ADDrMDA, NoT BY II T
They come! tha hellish foo wi'.h vilrf inttnf,
With iron elads by the seore.
And thousands on rapine and t.uid-'r bsr.t,
Inveft it by s-a and shore t
l.ho ibll v.vin
s tictioiil.vl Dy Utl
it'atmor: 'Xov tav
you ;iro wet, go and 1 tch
me a hiifket oi va;er." Kt (dieyed,
brought the water nmlthr.uv it all -'.vor
her, caving u t'.-.v s.-hu - ixr.e, ' ov
ny deu:, whii'j you a-e v.et, go a: id
On JTumtpr:3 wills tht-y vent thfir raw and j iu;j-JJ . - iJx.
goleen. ' 1 FOUR ();.'. i T V; I;siiKLS MI! I
With strong and well-direi.ied iiv
!,ST:'l) WANT I'D.
my Paj or Mid you may designate, all i But soon, shrouded in lurid e.n and tlauie, i hi- hct r-arkct priet.
Dcparturo of Confederate Pris
oners for the South.
A Washington' despatch gives the
following account of the departure
from that city of the Confederate pris
oners who have just arrived at City
Four hundred and eighty-four rebel
prisoners were Kent South to-night by
the flag of truce boat State of .Maine,
nndor charge of Capt. Mulford. The
number was made up of t wo hundred
and forty prisoners that reached hro
laet night from Sandusky, Ohio, cap
tared mostly in Missouri, and two hun
dred ati forty.foTzr from the Old Capi
tol and Carroll pruoas in this city.
Among th prisoners woro twelve ofi
fer captured prior to the proclamation
of Jeff. Davis and the interruption of
interchange? of ofScora caused tht reby ;
aJeo Dr. Wilmer, of rebel smuggling
BOtoriety. The steamer State of Maine
tajtes the pJisce of the regular tlag of
Hail, Charleston! City of historic; fame!
Thri-e. glorious thy laurels be ;
Thy foes be driven back to w!ir:.r thrw came' I
Their ships to moulder in the ts-a!
the rags I have or can obtain in my I Whipped, and sinking, they
Tjeightorhood, (by handing tho ray bag
round) to be manufactured into paper
lor the continuance of tho publication
of your interesting and valuable paper.
It by force of circumstances its publi
cation should bo suspended, the great
.mouth -piece of charity in the Stato
will be stopped, besides which we would
perhapd hear no more irom "Personne.
I am suro the ladies of the State will
send any quantity of rags you may
require, rather than there should be a
suspension of your paper.
A SOLDIER'S MOTHER.
W. J. 3LATTEU.
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'ihc J:l.:k v''I i'.; ..V-!. vii.i'i olu ::
i W. J. SI utter rdi-!;':';: rno r-.ue. l :.j
iMffK FANCY.FOOK AUJc! ilareb V V.. VH. -.y
I kmW AliUindsofblanl,! HWsO,r N. A t ;. K
ior me use 01 i.ie at 1
my printed as neatly an ran bo doce. in th ( ot
iu.iPtnr.en i.-irwtn invrrii'r .v 1: unrtt r.j . j i.. . . .-1 1 . r .
o, icoj. Dronzta, for
We thank our air friend and corres
pondent for her offer and still more
tor the flattering expression of appro
val. Let all good housekeepers estab
lish a rag bag and proservo rags. We
tha!! be enabled soon perhaps to advise
tben; as to the disposition to be made
of tho rugs. Editor Coceiir.
JJditcrs Courier: Pealing an intf ret
in your pipor. i would like to he!
you out if poHsiblo. Can voa fthroag
any chenvcul process kaown, malte
old newspapers fit for nsaagamr If
30, please let rao know.
j'oeotitigo, April 7, 19b'3.
Chattaroocra, .d;:r;i r.i '.i;'
AVitn t it.
IIACM.VESTF. CAI.Pf:TKl!.J and I.a-
; borers. Libera! wagei. will be raid Apply
r. w com:, T'V
. Fancy Printinrr,
on hand. Orders prompt.y tilled.
State of TenaesBfe, yrankiin Co. I Tobacco sxr.
Preston Hatchel and others vs. W. ilatchel! - ( 0FB0RN1-. has constantly on hard
and others extra assortment of tobac-'o ot'dltfvrrr.t grai.
la otftdience to a decree of ie County Court, finf V'-Pf-'': h
of Franklin eountv. Teonessec. rronouuc.4 at! v? & t.-atr,ri ot tl e pubhe. .t.-.re at Ui
its April session. 18C3, I will sei f..r cash flt old stand o N.-nh (-nuie. in-he,ter.
the Court Houee door. In Winchostv.". T.-niu-t m'lf 1
see, ON THE PIKST ifO.VDAY i N XX
NXT, the following Rla-res: Lw.z.-; iu;. I
years, aad two children, sgei - an! '. jeur;,
and Rachel. ared 10 yrs. Tha bid dines to
j commence at$ooO for Lizi. aid tw- chhd.-en,
WO for KMiieil.
johx a. epochs.
t:, any c- ;
tod nt ihl.t 1 liic".
at Ti.'t: u ;.r.i
printit,; of U As;,