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"THE WILL OF A PEOPLE KESOLViD.TO BE FKEE 13 LITTLE LEdS TUAN OMNU'OTiNT."
WINCHESTER, TENN., MAY 2G, 1863.
She gailn gnUctiu.
W. J, SLATTKIi, l'ropritor.
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il.) d seditious officc sco era of tho Various Itoins. r( l1 fj f ( VI A J 3 I : T (
Northern States, of all temptat.on to ' Adjutant Stuart, of one of the Miss- : :A 71.. 7 7. .
m.u ouuujurn vuies, uy esiuousning ,83ippi regiment, lived lent enough to
tho policy, once for all, that no one certify that himself and a brother ofS-
now m arras against the government Cer had been bayonetted after surren-
or in any way in the interest of the ,iorino-tl.eir but..! h.
rebellion, and especially no disloyal oners wero taken by Mississippi troops I
j aTehelder, shall ever haro in ruling when Fredericksburg w as rccaptur-i
A o i i v 1 1 1 ii v n f:. w h
the destinies of thi.i tuition at the bal
lot ho?. Until lit. IfVml u rnnn.li timi 'in. I .... . . !
"7: : . . ,. : , 'ino capturod Yankee othcers at
elapsed as ,9 required oi tin biased and Iticini0,d 8ceiaed to have a high re
unprejudiced foreigners, before oxer- spectfor our inlantry. 0ne of them
cieing tho same franchise; or until it remarkoil that tho cavalryman were
shall havo become oviderP, that in their not &i luilt ,l0r co; UB a8
famand aoc.al circles , feelings of their cavalry i bat the iufantiv were
patriotism have supplanted those o t00 desperafo for them. "For," said
w v.. u ...0n i...uao.. V4 he, '-wben the ra-rged infantry
see, have proved themselves recreant,
and unable to appreciate a pood gov
ernment, we oord'aKy invite the lovers
Great Uluss Meeting- at Imirui
, apoiis !
VALLANDIGH A H SENT
TOUT WARHEN !
of freedom in every land to settle in
our midst, and unite with us in per
petuating tho bl'.ssinpa of republican
upon n Diittery it is no use to try to
hold it. They are goin to have it,
and if Napoleou'a men were behind it
they could not stop them. They aie
craiy about batteries."
A citizen of Virginia, who was cap
institutions. And we do now declaro lVred at i-reuencusDurf? ana earnea to
it to ho the duty of all Union mn Washington after the battle, gives it
throughout tho Stato, to exert their 118 his opinion that. Hooker lost first
influence so to shape our institutions, ' a"d last, in killed, wounded prisoners,
as to give every possible inducement , ftriJ deserteis, not less than Bevontr
to immigration. ! Cvo thousand men.
We do most solemnly affirm, as the. According to the Richmond Exami
result of our lifo-lon acquaintance, 1 th0 mother of the Yankee Briga
and of our intimate familiarity with dier Ger eral Hays, who was captured
all its workings, t tlio institution ot , at Cliancellorsville. is said to be iivintr
shivery tends to d'shonor labor imd
smnther enterprise ; is incompatible
with an intelligent public polfcy, sound
morality, ho K'lktv anl permanency
in that city in poverty and destitu
Gov. Shorter, of Alabama, has do-
A Declaration of Principles.
'N'a.shvilie Union Club.
NUMHKRIXG 573 MEMBERS..
Vnctnimflusly (iJi'-pted ct the ."'. 7 cf
said Club on the 2Ut April,
W e, & poi tion of the loyril citizens
ot 'fenriossee, having assticiated our
selves under t! 0 name of the " X-fh
villo Union Club," vi-!.ing d prevent
any niisaviprcJCii'D!) relative v our
objects, deem it u:r duty to d'!-!:;rf; .to
the people of the United StauiH. the
leading principles and f-cn timer wo
We declare ourselves to bo true and
loyal citizous of the United States, and
claim to bo entitled to all the im utili
ties arising therefrom, and uruKr all
the obligations appertaining to such
citizensh'p. We. support the Constitu
tion of the Tnited States, and cling to
it as tho palladium of our l'bcrtios.- -Wo
are " Union men," and being con
vinced that our peace, prosperity, and
happiness depen'l up'm tno p.eserva
tion .of the Federal Union, wo are in
favor of miJnta ninr it, at all hazards
and to the last extremity, with or
without slavery. We uphold tho Gov
ornment of the United Ftates, and nY
claro otiielvos to he the iVie'v's of its
frien-'s, and foes to its foes. We desire
' r,o be treated as (Wends, by the uneon
ilitioually loyal in all the States of the
We recommend the organization 01
Union Clubs, or Leagues, in Tennes
see, for tho purpos.. of pecuring the
benefit of mutual counsel and advice,
and tho restoration of law and order ;
Of promoting the general welfare, and
.securing the blessings of liberty to
ourselves and jv stcrity ; of assisting
tho civil and military authorities, by
furnishing reliable information Vnch
us may "bo needful to guard them
agaitibt imposition from rebel sympa
thizer ; and of aiding tho government
of the United States in every way to
the fullest extent cf our ability, in sup
pressing this unjustifiable, unnecessary
and monstrous rebellion.
We are far a vigorous prosecution of
the war, until the' rebels throw down
their arms without conditions, and for
depriving tho rebel master of his shv.e.
and every other species of property, a
one of the measuics of punishment
. for his treason. Wo heartily approve
of, and hereby plodpo ourselves to, the
support of tho President of the United
States, in all measures deemed needlul
ior the euppreseion of the rebellion.
Wo are for deprmpg dihyal titans
mor .nn n h-.ii.-iy a. u m-i man0..i:y , man(Jcd J0;iv ory to him of all citizens
of the Republic the development of j or rtfsidcnt9 (;f i,abain;i captured with
the resources of the bta e j that it roots ; Yankce rai(jor8 5n Sollheni Stule
out the inJustrious, and has the efleet Let o!ll0I. Governors'follow the exam
of lessoning the free population of the p,0 It wi i(J worsc th.m mot.kcry t0
country. allow to such recreants and miscreants
V e. therefore, ho d it to be the true tho exchangCf
interest of the peoplo of this common- n
wealth to abolish the institution of Thero was a shooting aflair at the
slavcrv at thu earliest practicable peri supper table of the Confederate House
od within which tho emancipation of j in Vicksburg, last week, in which no-
j l'.ICKMON'D. Slay ii-t
! Tli T'vT.r.jrinr h -, ri'f.'.ivcl Xortfiprn tpr-
of tho 22,1
The Democratic State Mass llcctir!' at In
dinnapoli3 ou tho 2'jth ",7.3 largrly uttcaced.
D. W. Voorhies presiding. Tlior-.- ths a good
deal of esciti-meut duiij;;; ihe d-..y. J'orty or
fifty atresia were made for c.1.:! vir.g Cunci-alcd
weapons, shoatirt; for Je:f )i ii. av d rpetcr.
principnliy in oppc:tior. to the wj-.r ineasutcd
of tho administration. At 3 p m. ro;;;h:t:.cr.j
were introduced mud l;ur::r-v'y rwd. nid
groat eouforion, afrt'f th'j i:;c(..in ad
On several trains Icavirg the city at right
tho fX:uriionist pornuiei:e'-d firirg cn r-sHicrs.
Tho home militnry authorities stopped ths
trains and searched the passengors. About
live hundred revolver. were taken, urid nu
inerous arrest made.
Vallandighani has heen eonvc-ycd o Fcrt
Thf! Monitor, a Dcruocratie m vspi.pi'r ir.
Huntingdon, iVnn.sylvitria. Imi ln-n destroyed
by a moh.
Thu Synicusii Courier says "Mrs. Vollitnd!fj
ham liast becoino a lunatic.
It h reported that the Alutjica i.-i hloekudfld
in tho buy at Martinique.
slaves ran be effected, with safety to
the slaves and justice to loyal masters.
Eeported by :
j. R. Mykrs 1
Wm Shane Committee.
1) I). Dickey')
A true copy l'rom tho minutes :
A. B.'Siun'KLand, Secretary.
Morgan at Work Again.
A correspondent of the Knoxville
Register furnishes srme interesting
items from Morgan's command :
It seems that the Yankees had mov
ed across tho river at Monticello, Ky.,
and driven out 'ieri. Pegratn's forces.
Morgan made a forced march of over
out' hundred and twenty miles, and
j uriivcd in front of the enemy's camp
! at, Horse Shoo Bend on the 11th inst.
The liei.eral, with an advance of livo
bundled men, came upon a considera
ble 101 co of the enemy en miles from
the river a rnnning-hVht commenced
which lasted till night, the enemy dis
puting the ground and retreating from
tree 'o tree.
-f.-t. d.iv firir.i? commenced and
1 ' -v - - .
l was kept ni) at inte-vals for six hours.
At about two 0 clocit tne remamaer 01
the command came up, and after an
engagement of about tilty minutes the
Yankees retreated across tho river.
Morgan could not pi ess them at tho
river, because of the enemy's battel y
on the opposite side, coirnianding the
ferry for one mile. ' Morgan's lobs was
about twenty killed and a number
wounded. Enemy's loss heavy ; thir
ty left dead on the field and quite a
numbnr wounded. Morgan took
twenty-five prisoners, representing
five different rogiments, besides re
leafing quite a number of cituers
whouUho Yankees were dragging from
T! 0 Macon Telegraph says that on
Tuesday last, Mrs. Brown, cf Ran
dolph county, who had beer to visit
relatives in Americas, onmo to tlv)
cars to return home, she unexpectedly
met. her brother's corpse on the same
train, who had died in Virginia. Tue
shock was too great for her. She
swooned away and could not be re
stored', and died in a few minutes in the
body was hurt except one of the nig
ger waiters, who received tbo bullet in
the thigh, inflicting a flesh wound.
Gen. Prince Polignac, who was sitting
at another table, remarked, 'This is one
The celebrated cavalry General
I Stuart, who conducted the fight at
Chancello sville after tho lull ot Jack
son, has been assigned to the command
of thj "Stonewall Corps."
Gen. Longstrcct has brought off
twenty miles of splendid iron from the
track of the Seaboard and Roanoke
railroad near Suffolk, worth, at pres
ent prices, more than half a million of
dollars. II is army has fallen back
from Suffolk to the Blackwatcr.
Tho St Louis (Mo.) Republican
says: Until recently, white m'oii men
of ncrvo and sinew, and who hoped to
better their condition in tho world by
a few years of toil were tho recipients
of good wages, and wcro in comf'orta
bio circumstances. Xow the influx
of runnaway negroes, in defiance of
tho law, is unsettling everything.
By exhausting the means f con
ftructing fifty Alabamas in fitting out
old worthless vessels, tho Times says,
tho mercantile marino of tho JSorth
swims tho ocean as defenseless against
the two ships of tho enemy as a school
of herrings chased by twosharl s. The
North might havj been snppliod with
ten times the number furnished tho
Governor Vance, of N. C, has ex
tended his prohibition of tho shipment
of provisions out of that Stato for thir
ty days longer. Tho articles prohi
bited aro as follows t bacon, lard, pork,
beef, corn, meal, flour, wheat, potatoos,
shoes, leather, hides, cotton cloth and
yarn and woolen cloth.
No' official statement has yet beon
mado public ofthe amount of Confede
rate Troasury Notes funded at the
sewcral depositorieH up to tho 22d of
April, nor havo wo seon the unofficial
returns ; but those that we havo seen
reported amount to about 315,000,000,
and we suppose that the whole amount
will not bo much short of 860,000.000.
This docs not include tho amount
funded at Riobmond bofcre the dercir.-
tcr;-s were opened
.;,T Gen. Ko".eMu, a few day i
received tl.y follow 11: g pertit.-o.t (or
:-;ther imperth.ent, but Jh.-a dida't
cue) letter fnaa an indigent private :
' General I have been iu the ser
vice eighteen months, and havo never
received a cent. 1 desire a furlough
for fitleen days, in order to return
home and rouiovu my family to tho
The General granted
ISST'Tho number of persons in Nash
vilh, who have takon tho oath of al
legiance since tho publication of Gen.
Mitchell's order on the 22nd tilt., reaches
about T.luCl, and those who havo given
tho non-combatant's parole about 030,
making a total of about S.000.
State of Tennecsce, xranlilin Co.
David H. Long miJ Thcmas i 1 'at tie, Ad
pihiihtralor .f Jarure i. J'utt i" decear-ed, r.?
Vr'iHirtin Tattie vi als.
It appearing to tic futi.-faction of the Clerk
and Minur, froin allidavit. tloil Ine defendant.
William Paftie, is not a rituen of the State of
Tonmsec, it is ordtn-td tt.at pnblieation be
made for four iuet'ti vc wc-k? in the W itiehe
ter lUilb.-lin, a iK-wspajfr published in the
town of Virieh-stcr, TeniifssfO, ccnmandirig
thetaid defendant to tad uppestr at tho next
June term nf our suid ( i-uit, U. l.e holden at
the Court Ileune in the town of Aitnmont, on
the tlrst -Monday in Jun j noit. to answer, plead,
or d.'tnur to cKtiiphinauts' bill, of the fftnu
will be taken for confessed us to him, and pot
ior hears in; t'-e turti.
aprki-luw-kv. S. P. TIPTON, Clerk
State of Tennessee, Franklin Co.
. 1?. Knight, and others, vs. 0. A. Shook and
V i!V, and ot hoi .;.
liy virtue of a uivrce uf the County CVirt
of iranklin eountj. pi-oiiouneed ut its .M.
sec.uon, 1 H';", I wilfofff-r fjr Bale at tho Court
House door, iu Vin(iHter, Tenn.. "ii the
HKST MONDAY IN JUNE N KXT, th
followit; .-hivej, to-wit: Simpson, Sam. AVal
lace and Diev The biddh.jp to cmmeiioe f-. r
ti e men at $l'.U;U i-aeh, nnd fur iho womar..
Diry, $500. The Slaves will be .sold on ttvelvo
months crcsht, -xee) :, tlie 'imi :f Jlf", bo
paid on day of ssle. ! urchastn's required
gtve note and suilicimt security.
Jijil.N ti. NOCH5,
FOi: MSON HA N D AT TH F. Ii U 1. LhT 1 4N
offici:. vi 7. s. v. n. vi, :2, u,
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