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"TIIK AYH.L OF A TKOPLK UKSOLVKD TO l'.E FKEE IS LITTLE U.SS THAN OMNIPOTENT."
WINCHESTER, TENN.. APRIL 21, 18G3.
W. J. SLiATTEU, I'ra.pritor.
I ormw :
l.r !;' month, Jt mn.
Notice to Subscribers.
ono of tho blackcst-lnjartdd wrethches
.of all tho villians in tho Yunkeo ecr
vice. Head tho infamous document,
and preservo this paper that, yoa mav
let corning generations see to what a
,dopth of infamy our loo could descend.
Tho Dispatch says :
Ogi.. John W. Foster, eommandinir
The OcviL" Captured.
Baaed upon the lust Telegraph! Dhpatehnfrom
BY A.-A UAKTZ.
Suy, have you read tho w-mdrous
Tha tt'li.riipliitj wires d:tlue,
Which bring to lbjht another ruso
ILitch'd by thu Yankees evil 1
'lis Said that OH a Sandy bunch
f Which Strinsjham'!" tied will homo da v roach)
Jt. I. ..- 1 l . ... . 1. i .i '
oiuuk ugni us any npiinisu icecn
!VuKN' you hn.l bcibro your name .m at Henderson, Ky., has issued an order1 Our bvs'Lavo caught, tho "Dovii!
r impiT, iilim.Jtj rciir'w voiir subscription, I .... ,,, .i.,!.., ,-.( wl t . r..,. i - i 1
i. Is a nu'.i,,. that th, ti.no for which it 1 , l , . . 01 .thw "'1 't.. from which I Oh ! if 'tis true what tongue ,hall toll
'l,:ri will "M in a few day. tbo following 13 an extract ; j Tho loss vhich YankcVand IK-IV.I? . .
X tn-tf Umit.d spaee iu the Haily ttul- 'J-'hc counties ui' Hopkins ;ind I -)r n Ui ,4111 t,u' ,'r"'u!tul
fwill bJ ull...w.'d for sidvrii.sHu.'rtts. Webster have lately been disturbed bv That orphans t!ilr who!.; nation
.,,$! r.o for .ach sjuar,. 1st in.erthei ; :i largo band of spies and Se-rot emis"- o fiXtl-' t tv!""JVw!"":-!i;'1
:Jirach subfo,,,!(.nt insertion. ftf ,1... r bill , ,V:V. . :. ? . v""!.H. 'V Rtl,n ? w.-., lam,,
n, mrst. bf liaiidod 'm in tb 1'urnoon to
re publication nct ilnv.
uurie's. 'l'ribr.t'S of llcsppct, aiid Funeral
tho uniform of American soldiers.
I he outlaws have been h.m-hnrl -rm.
Commanded Hd:i.ir.U.i"n ;
I'.rivo JJcuaroij'ii .1 ! Oh ! d ycur bil,
the initiation of which by them was
one of the most stupendous national
crimes recorded in tho world's annals.
They tuo reaping in their reverses the
reward of their iniquity in attempting
to conquer a peoples " far superior to
them in all thy attributes that adorn
and ennoble character as the picture of
Jlamlet'8 father in to that of Ids uncle,
tho murderer and incestuous viiiiaii.
I'trrdurj Krprc s,
AS;)'.!. 1 A T K I) l-RHS. IjISI'.UViIES.
.1 A'.'IvSON, A i v'A
t.'ol. Cxi:!-' rill i.i .- u',., (Iruiid (:
cealod and foastod by numerous rebel j To kc-p i.h Monitor from tin" West
t;ttwicharK''d as advcrtUoih.-nt.s, but mar-j svuipathizcrH, wliO, as r7m ar0 en.l la saf.-tv let us rv:l.
KiidnlciiUiK pubhsbcJ an now 1 joyinw the nrotection and nrk-llr., . And when fW. ..r-.nt li..i.W , o -r
;lti-m,-nts of charitublo institutions at TnnuMit " ! And rlxurj qui-t, as b.lbro,
P"1'''- tV '," . , ! hop: t' hc.r thi sooundro!. roup
. . . . At- i' rom the (arm ct lr. Jenkins, : -! tWt H-js caught the. ,i dl!"
Lato Nashville Papers.
'c liave on our table the Nashville
:d eh of the 11th, and other late
hoi ii papers. Tho Nashville his.
ill we extract from as follows:
n Sehi'tick continues the work of
M.aur, A !.::! tub, I Si;::.
oi Webster county, whoso wife and
daitghteis prepared a secret entertain-! ' "
mcnt for Uie oulIuwb, there will be' Bad Luck,
taken and d'1'ivi.-red at tho Post, of: Tlie Yankees have certainly had very
Madisonvilie three hundred bushel of' bad luc.k. in t,h winter's t-amptiii just
corn, two tons of hay, and .two beef j closed. They have not only accom
er.ttlc for the i:;-:e of that eom'mand. , pii.-died nothnig, but have failed in the
2nd. Thoma-i .Drake, whose daughter mosL s'.'nal manner in cverv operation
filing seeossionists tVoin Baltimore. ; proseut and assisted v, preparing i they have cmbari-iod iu. " heir lo:;s in
:;ird D. 1'oole, of .Liberty, and5 entcrtamniont, will deliver V) th". .:'ub.iaf.s h.is been quil coiuiderablo.
:i S. Lvnih. of lialtiinurn. lei '.hiartermastor at Madionviiio ,m !! Tho Cti-.-i Oueeti , f il? W;. In.H.tnJ.y
' - ' I. . ... - .: ' " " w -' ? ' ,. ' !!..r i-u-, uri i,.. tn,r-.,
sent outh lor txttcnnj disloyal beloro the lUtri of April, JbO;i, ono ' lutrru-t Jine, Isaac titnith, l,anca4a ,, .' ". ' '.
limcnts. -Mrs. Jones, for the. same i hundred bushels of corn and two tons; H-itkrua, J!ana, besides several of 1, J" ' A ('
sn. and I) p. WileiioS! Xtfu-npf fup- 01 htlV. I ti!im4 mi uiiftun In i;a tvlnoli bit.. I
- ...' .. . .....v .. v, v . u ... - v' " .ll'.ll ,t..,V
ftr.iui'-:, thirty iutl.-s itb-.v... Thorivor Grand
j tiiilf wu.1 fu'l y 'ienliiy ef burnt n i-.tron :md
t rri-ii".-i:ts (.! boiits.
'.ut h at Yici:.-b'iix'. from up the rlvor, !.
jort that troops ai-f- n'ill coining d.nvi..
Tll'r b:;Ufric.i Oppndt" bav-j ;,'Oid r:l!g'i! to
day. No damajj'.' wa:i dous fo.th? gunboat
(iOl..ISr.O!t(, April 1.
):). Nnr:l;(.-utl, oi 'ir.aiidinabout cue hun
urcd e d t v. nty jav,-n of t!,.r Sih Ncrtu Uuro
limi l!iif.a:i...:i, ..j.ja'cd a larjce f.rcc .f Ab)
litioni.M. at Sand l:ij.r,-, six ten mi!-...s v.;i.
''deserters to escape, have also! -'d. Thomas Hrowder, whose dativh. ! been destroved by the Confederate, i at ' v
ordered South. ter was present and as-siated in nrn:ir. t different roint!. or bv tbi'm'v.-. it, 1 1
Ln Union prisoners recently cs-! ' t0' la,',,nom' ''cr i, .prevent their h,! mlo nur hands- '
I I Ironr the JJbby Prison, ilieh-! th.1 , ::irtl'r" t. Mahso,,v,llo, ; the burning o thcur splend.d steam 1 " ' '
1 1, by heattng a- wire and burning' ?V V " l ' V ? V ''TT " '
I tacv. h blisters so as to represent : ' l:,l V"'1 bM ! 0ni ! I'iTW? . ! u ,
1 1. fl.t . i. till', l 17 luin 'Jl
. Li:ev wci'o immeoi;iiu
fo.dit 5:!';d oik h-.'Ur iiral vvntv lulnuti ;.
');:! bi v, n. t u kiil:d ;.r.d :'"iir woundfl.- -'flu
!;t!.-r lenv iiniwl ic town.
1 b' li'.v.d tb.:
r-a.:t-..orK., was rcir.t.'n.-od, and u:;v.m hd-
vntii-cd up.'ii the cii-niy, atid fir'i'd t'.aiat..
fall I . el: in tuiTi.
.'timat.'d :;t. I -u thousand.
unk.-ii.rt 'i, but l !;,
for and also of their double turreted
Y .'. -Wo hi'.vo h;id
t . r. 4l... l.n..... .... -I
ui no ..-nt-m-uro; uu tuo. (,(,.;n 1 .M I n i". ...
p.irtsot tlic citv lrom whetieo thevi i ,. i . .-,? i
i) .i ii-wi .-'oe.uei , uiei;;i rLiea mon
b1 Cnvm r. ,.,,.i.. ip,,n.4d;..l AV.m,;- fn 'M,..l,... i.-.-i .... i 1110 I'" -i.-u:o i.i eonerti!g witn a i.n-
1 '"liinn, i ' r i J I . J ) ( n .,mvi .in 'i,,ik i.i . Hill l .TLVU ilt.il 11. L . ... t
. . ' J . . ... i,l, h..A'' l; L
-t hese are
the cam; mi
the trophic- oil
n. 'vvhielt have been won by
leu. . , l;
.. ' ..1 .
giving an oath and obligation to act "as; the Cunied'Ti.les at tho heavy cost of
bara graph in the Pittsburg Cazttto! loyal citizens, who were so fat th less to the Vandal.-'. We suppose that their
f e 4tl mst., Pays l!ieaycrare num. their oathes as to be present with the! navy is nana at huVu -0 ye.s.--,els Itvuu
U deserters from each of the Ohio young women and assist, in entertain, the looses they have sustained, whilst.
(Itoents now in ihcliokl is about one ing the outlaws, will be kent in elo.se, I on the other hand, their rutr.morcial
A and sixty.
confinement at Johnson's Island.
marine l.as been smartly reduced hv
iootisultatir.n of the, (Governors of, -presons wno nave narhored . Awjan-.i, r loa-xa ami . 'omitis,.,,
nf tbo Nnplbopt. .tinf.w ,mn il. Ul -uuee;ueu inese outlaws will Oe sum- on lao eroaa oe-an. A gain si this
ment Law i.s to he held in Wash-
not permitted to h(;ld written or ver
bal communication with any one, but
gathers lKiu the .i.e. of the, trcs-.,
and especially from liearsay, that lie
conscription act wid u l bo. etiforci'd,
and if attempted will make b! iody
e. beam an oinei
siiion rctm.i!: t.iat,
ii an jiticmpi.
arily punished when discovered. ; terrible havoc to their naval craft, and V" - l
' it . . . . .... ...I . , . , . bitter war a , t be . c.i n t i'lm line.- o .
Inn fti.nri time rptit, raiiiers, Jiusuana.s ami tirottieifj will nieronanrmen wnat have i m v to Hi.mv . . . . , , , ;
1-nnsylvnnia, and (lov. Todd, of- ; h;ld accountablo lor the conduct of ii th way of offset if Literally no. j ,
Jiviows with the President unon the! - ; . 1,1 t,JC .Vyccding winter's eampaigi
.. i . . . . - i ,.,f ....... . .. i .e .1,
subject. ! We take the following items X'. -- , ' Vl ,
' i I ItAlf rMiitl.A.,lit iiiai.a lk, 1,-n.iAii a(
, t I V 1 Ml . , . p... ! i-U 1 O' I 4 If C 1' lilt' t' UU1 Ul U 11
-ices irom i.ermuua report wmt ' - , l . waters, and did taa ttv much as they
lpbtarot leaee, id Loston, from j f;Cn. KniN.miiR has determined to pleased. lut sine.', then a Tre:it
lange has como over the face. d uffair. !
itta, with a cargo of saltpetre, was; make his headquarters in Kentueky, I chan
Iby the privateer I'loruht. The j where ho can five his personal ntipor-' The
A 1 J . I. 1 ... l I . . ' . - 1 ... I 1
I l,,M-'i-,...i. tl.f. Viii-tii .in,l 1 1 1 ,i Si,.ittl,
.',., i',,jil MM t , i j . w i i ' i . . i . u;i . j ., j . i .
tenor of his remark:; w:'.s
encouraging. He i.ri'.igs With mm nu-meii.ej-i
tokens of Nori horn snia!hy
for our t"i'.!:;e. in tin- t-hapo of purses,
, pn. knives, ee.: whieh had been pre-
sent'jd to lsiin, ;ind speaks of iiaving
received ,itleiitioi!8 inmi many who
.l.,.ie, 1 ..... I.. .. 1 1'-... K!..
,:rp,iii i I'J.L .LI IV ' llll'll ... .. i i .
Nr Aldebaran was also captured, I intendenee to the duties of his office. prestige of success and fear-irsturinr l-,vnt !n, ,no' .4:l",',lwnl1of tll'i il ,ro
i prize crew put aboard, when the ' . : r.owr atid are now n.. i-ioiv dread.M I ' a" ft ", l i m i-omi.vie- stoppou
il .. r. ., , The nsupvoot nn n n hm.h.A.,! nn io w.. i , uni are now no mon ou.uieil , ,. , i-n, .,,i ... ,..,.
fii wont in cnase oi auomer larirc . ... ; ' ' . ., ...,,. rt ,rt..r.,. ......w. '"v' "" 1 "" '
,llio latest accounts, however state ,. ., '.- , , , J . tdaco tn l.iuois. int; am lord elmrveJ
Kveu the iron-idad'; have. Ceased to;
k I tican i;bin
II i t ", l, m,,.i.. ,.l,il.. IU . i.x.ii uic iii;ii- i.iu , u.io cooi.u i') , ,
, , , . ... "" nnui:;v;iii..i uiiui-i uiu i Mci ;itur ; . , . ,, . tin' u .en ' irti Miiii oi :i i uai iei- oi a uoi-
aehments had been issued by the had been defeated and disneined. ; excite alarm at, their appearance, ami h ,j ;i(,t th(i be?t Ui
ioml marshal at ew Orleans,, Tho A(imjn5..tr.lf5on v.,, ,lMpK. ; inev are oaucrea iy o: gun: win a tlll.Mtho V;u,kee others in dmrg,
a mo -nr., .nd f-nnfiwr fii r.ii n iimi J. ii o Aumini.it t ation has nearly pre- readiness, vnrcr and e rect that hnve ., . , .
:. . v r.irml.iitiiinto l,o. r,rt,lf( with ,.r.. i. . . t''"' l"''S0iiers nemg present. I'J'anK
mm property, money, etocics, ; ' . 7 . rr l" , m.mu n, uu-n ru ui vui.uni r.,...i;,,'.i UluHrated N'ew of the Ufb
' V Illlam 3i. 1 erUlIlS, .11. U. An- , . f..-. uimi i.u. me iiuiui'
, -,o ii , , i Construct 11H' vnsohJ for 1n vr.l..lc 1. I,,. , il...
. , . I'rr. .a blv nnn.i .Ik. men f 1 ,Ina : l-.. .:.. ii tn i . "'r, a.n.i .un .11 a o l io.-i, .104,
3 01 tuo rebellion. v -i "-1 v..v ...ou.i. m.j.'uiu irhsyu wiueu tne win not noun lorgei.
Nkws. The river is still fall-'dertook to pass tho Vicksburw batteries 1 aamter and .nouitrie. tney will have a
PU v. nnd wo b.'.vn t.r. renm-t- nnlvi wro not moved bv bm ovrlora on.t i s till more vu m expo: icr-ce. ot tao vn
et on Harpeth Shoals last even- j that they wore not prepared for the
"e weather has been very dry, expedition
F pedal barometer stroncly in
r;tin within forty-eight hours of
hng of this paragraph.
minary," I. (. and " Try Us,"
f queer names of three new
1 the wharf.
toxonia and 11. 0. t. Lovell,
i and destroyed bv tho rebels.
8th inst., above Clarksvillo wero
Jall boats, and ladened with
1 goods. Tho Saxonia had been
SPartios in Memphis at 66500, to
kerea upon her return .trom
lB- .the Lovcu had also been
sold for $8000. ,
spatch publishes tho follow-
puod by a Federal commander.
. i i i .i
they nav just r.aa in tnasj waters
Wl,t 1-1,1 AT Ttt, r.tll i... . .,
Tho T-Ouisville Journal of Saturday ! ai.-i girgerbrf'tvl compared' with
says: ; what is in reserve for thorn whenever
Wo know the fact that General they may cbooso to try thoir luck .again
Burnside has expressed his detormina-! in that, locality. They did not iu the
tion not to tolerate active rebel eyra-.-ato attack oegin to feel tho shock
pathizcrs in any portion of his Depart-. ( that awais them should they over
ment, and especially in Kentucky, ' advance a few hundred yards nearer
while it is the theatre of war. j to Charie'toa than they were able to
. get on thn occasion. Then they ill
In retaliation for firing into the fuahont.?!t flee FlghtS.
Th: fhmao.- to Fort Hvtfter.Wc
tucs of Confederate gunpowder than j have heard various accounts and some
man who issued it. must be hundred p. Hinds
Wo have said f hat tho Yankees are
in bad lack. It would be more proper
to say that toe stars are againet thorn.
Divine I'rovidence is raining down
discomfitures and disasters upon them
no.sljpad of tobftneo w3 sold in Ncwnort. I 1 , .. r ,, , . . ,
Kentucky, Iatolv at the cxtraordinarv rriw of 1 raScs ntl tnc- r'arc pcrpetmtoa
ono hundred and twdv .'in J, liar- i.-: . I a.'Xfiinrt ctvi . : 2 '1 1 . Oil r.r.d hti'Viinitv in
Clair, on tho Cumberland, en Tussday la.it,
Captain Fritj;, with a gunboat, wont to tho
town of Palmyra on Saturday . and, iftcr giv
ing tho inhabitants timo to loave, burnt the
; U.c t.r
very jAtrava:;anf. no-, about the
damage sustained by Fort, r-'umter in
the recent umiliefc with th5 iron chads.
The editor of the Wilmington Journal,
who visited the fort since the action
Of course there are always rumors
of all sorts afloat about damages done,
and of course, such rumors wero afloat
in reference to Sumter, the parapet of
which had (several brides knocked off
but, without interfering -with the
working of tho guns or the strength
of the work. Other parts of tho wall
are decidedly pitted, but neither rent,
crack, nor breach made or any thing
like it. The injury to she parapet has
been repaired, anc tho whole work is
believed to be as strong as i was at
3 o'clock on Tuesday, when the tirnr,
v.' I T ! "-'i1 ':.' ti ' 'd.