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WINCHESTER, TENN., JUNE Visus.
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V. J. tfLATTKH, J-'ropriotor.
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Palmyra. Burnside's hanging of t vo Gen Ppmriortnn
Confederato offlcow in Kentucky. Ho-! TI,,H'i,! iv
mfimlm. (Um,I1. ii ,i 4 r Mehiie.iRl Jnpurer; m answer t.. s
mcmboi the whole black catalogue of c-,m.mu.icati,, written W that paper, rchVe,
UlUbOlisms which this fiendish race litis i"g iq.on (Jen. l'emb. rton, in severe term;
commuted lgamst our homes, our sa.vs: "'"' lmberton eame f.. Richmond
rights and i. r families, and then say w m V ,lil-Vi :lIk'r 3,", ,a th"
"l.V."!,u .Vuu V:ul OnO UirObOt ceded on the ITlh. We write from the. eerd.
sensibility lor tho villians who haye It is not true that "this same .l-.hn (.. I'em
committed these enormous injuries? berton was in tie- service of Abraham Lin
.It is huso, tinf'oeliiif'and unmanlv The n".v """" ,lirin l.ee, John
Xorth does not war(! oivilied wir T '"'.V'T1!1"1"' :"" " v: ..
.,,,,. ,,u ri - u eU N.U true that heconnuanded a ree n.ent of the I. .
Upon UH if it did, wo Should Stickle S. 0vernme,,t at the batth- ,.f Manu-aC
lor tho nicest obsurvancos of the laws 'ined his e,.Unni.ion in the I . Stat,-
of chivalry in the treatment of fallen s,'rvi',,J immediately .n ncrivin in Washine-
lOCS. JToinpiiy repaired to iriMtna; he
lint tl.ev tnrl t a ...til .1 e surrendered t ho ex peetat ions of laree f u'tut:
.r e t 1 3 V V'0 UI'0C,t3' fl"m UU lVi'-'"U 11 'I''UM Ivania. and ,a,v up
Ot A hi .easts, and the indiscriminate all ft.r the State uhose daughter he had taken
0100(1 tllirstinc.SS Ol Savages. They Ut w""'. ,ud where h,. had lied and voted for
war upon women and children, old v' :us 1,(:,"lv ""'State receded; ho has faithfnl-
tnen, property and uoods. They burn !v "I"1, llbl.vi(l.i-''l'!"X''l ev.-ry duiy e
nlnnder n,l b.v- ,1 , I ralM " h""- a,ul is n,,w , b-leueivd
pi t di. andsl.i). Ami jot there are in Vk-U,urK, hut promptly, m.d .mhl and
.T Ii; L i :c ii.MMI U'.
v. i i i n ei.K-s
nie u in
; ; From v'icksburg.
GRiimsoN's "Whole com.
THE ATTACK ON VICKSRUTKi
; Yankee less -10,000
Our Entire Loss live Thousand.
GENERAL PEMOERTON WOUNDED.
The Confidence Felt in Him.
lev ol hl-i n-iv
.1 I.. I . , 3 lv 1,1 Vckvliur hut I-roinptly, iin.l n
" "' ,r "l"u among US Who numiuiiy tiIitin for hi- e.ninti v's i ause. l., t
forget all this in a mawkish sensibility, us ;t'",,"Ktheil his arm by our ene-mra-ement;
nnd who run elmt. aiwl nnrnn t b' ns Lot itnnnir the eonlbh-m o!' hijoldi.-i
... IHMI lU . I
assassins who have made every third hlwSr''0''' " ',: imi"!lJ"": 11 1 ! Kirby Smith Crosses the River.
iiou.su iii iiiu lanu a nouse oi mourning,
and who would butcher us all and oc-cti-y
our homes and land and goods, if
they but had the power. Tho military
authorities owe it to us to save us from
such painful scenes. They owe it to
the mothers and the widows whose
sons and husbands lio in bloody graves,
dug by thes.0 ruthless enemies. Wo
counsel no cruelty to prisoners. Hut
we uo hold that not one pnvilen-o should '"Ll's co,l"n per annum, am
lie accorded to flioiu .int. .i.mviai,,!,.,! I- 1-i " l'f'yv.v nn" h hhiuts and ih
tho. most rifjid ol tho rules and usages
of war. Mollis. Advertiser a ml Ihyister.
" lek-'.uriT ,,iay fall, as f.
Ma.-emi lo-t. niMthertheeontidi
ernmeiit, nor the respeet of Ins
Raid into Florence.
Tim Federal eavalry, under Col. (.'ornvn,
entered, as W(; leiirti 'Florenee ei last Thurs
day. The foree was about l.nnO s-tron. The
stores, fee., were broken op. n and robbe.l.
Martin, Weakley (.'o.'s three Inrjje cotton
faetories were burnt. Thev work.'d un nbout
Yankees Sink One of His BoaU,
and Drown 200 Men!
i''i:.M (!iia KI.:'l .
OUTRAGES OF THE ENEMY !
Two hundred V
tured at Uaynioti I. were here :i d;iv or
two, en r "'tc ff l!ie!inn iid. We re
gret to say that in a modified form some
vl tlie. sickly henthuonlaiity displayed
ut Augusta, Ga., to the intense disgust
of every viglil-hearted Southern man,
was shown dore to these ( :iitured cut
?hroats, jilundert-rs, ineen diaries and
ravishers. By whos authority was it
that these mercenary tools of Lincoln's
dnmnable cruelties turai i-t our ie::oide
N. P. Willis on the South.
We oxt.raet the followirnr from a
kee prisoners, cap 'letter wril.len by Willis to the Home
Journal, about the beginning of the
secession n-.ovmient. It contains more
of truth than the majority of his
Iher.Mva-a skirmish at or n.'ai-f.wn.one man
was killed and a few W"Und'-d on our side
An old man, tunned Hub Whit-. kill.-' a!
the ffleforie .. The rnemv emti refired. pi-. .
prisoners, left, drunk in ?het.vn, ,vei-.j (,r. o; 1. 1
up here on .Monday.
e learn that tln-.J- ed
d vn need up to P.e;,r ( 'reel
.-ide -l;jdd's t'oreeJ nppi ;
the meitnwliih.' thev sent,
euvnlrv over to thu 1-Toreri.
rai", in iur;'
k on M.e Tu
ed tne:,i t!i-
a portion .
e to t.
!u t ( ' tit r ..u s whole con. man J
Woodviile, by o.ir foi. , ..
her !'i on, V i.'k..iiur;.
ilACKSoN, dune I
rt Mint K i'-b Smiili (-r.-. ed t .
l'olitics, trade and .sectional difler
. fM-ft nermitted to w :
' - - i
with bouquets in their hand.-', visihng
barber shops and stores, and talking,
and laughing, and discussing politics
svith such people as roiidesoemlod witli
it? Thus outrage upon stern justice
was permitted, and t1 v public voi'-e
cries "sliaiiHT. i ins punn; voice re
members the nine hundred (.uifederate
prisoners that were starved or frozen
to death, aye, and poisoned, too, at St.
Louis, after tho fall of Arkansas Cost.
This voice knows that when our poor
boys, lighting for us and our liberties,
tall into the' Yankee bunds, they are
stripped of clothes, shoes and money,
fed like beasts and treated like dogs.
It remember that at Raymond, the
other day, where these mercenaries
wero captured, two-respectable young
ladies jve.ro grossly insulted by the
Lincoln soldiery, their homes stripped
of everything and one of tho young
ladies, a cripple, was forced to hobble
on her crutches live nines to a piaco oi
rcfuo-c. How does that ( on.ederate
whn missed his iokes with these
wretches know but they were the very
men who perpetrated the brutality.
A "MW Oneans ratuirec tells of a
young lady who, walking on ( anal
Btrccr, of that city, and seeinir an ac
quaintance in a passing omnibus, sa
luted her with a smile. A Yankee sen
tinel happened to bo standing near the
Bpot, and on tho pica that she was
laufrhin.' at him, kiiockcu uer uuwn
upon the pavement. Look at other
scenes in Xew Orleans thousands of
citizens driven from their homes, tnd
Yankee robbers, in tho shape- of men
and women, waiting at their doors to
go in and take possession of their
homos tho moment the exiles left them.
Hear again of ficn. Banks, the pol
ished representative, of tho capital of
New England a citizen of Bostou, thc
"AthcnsofAnjerica" entering private
houses, denuding tho walls ot pictures
and the pantries of silver, and shipping
the plunder to tho .North. Remember
McNeil's murder often prisoners At
factories, while, neiirk all our
front inr; them id. Hour f'rek. In thi- we,,
thev Koeni to have deceived our ot'ieer-sin I ae
ences quite out of tho question, (and 1 ""H'fl'i'd t"-'r uV-k'n t" 'a partial etei,t
"News" knows tho branches of ' the : tllu':f bur,,i.,u' utul ""r '"''v
,. ,( i . I "cichmerv, efe.
question arO Sllthciently discussed 111 A deserter fmrn the Van!..,., lt, n.-.ren,.,
the oth;r papi-rs '.) wo aro sustaining , states their force t.i ,Mv been 'j.ono. wit'i
a great .soc,( loss in tho estrangement I mounted hnwiv.erj. Tlut thev m-o d
of the South. In all the larger and ' riv,r ""',r rit,sl,urjJ bandii,-, '.m puu,
moio refined circles of our American i ,r Z!?1' ,',H K!,M
V "'"Ji" ,U1U ""'M'" -i ; ritle Ala.) Advocate, V.Qih vl.t
our gayctios oi me cities, ana on our
r.t Oi.-it ti.e
.1 I tllere,
. ol'eli telle
;,eev of 1'
it;:;- ii. tsi! ;
routes of fashionable travel and resort
tie; Southerners are unquestionably
the class sought, and admired as" tLo
nie.'st iieople " It would be bard to
find a cultivated ' society man," pro-:
bably anywhere at the Xorth, who :
does not number maty of his most;
1 1 . I 11 .1 A
valued mends ami pieasantest acquaint- .
-f Air, (.'oN-i'UAt'TOHS. The recent!',' j
enacted law which exempts mail coil V
tractors from military servico has had
tho o fleet of accumuh ting numerous
applications for routes in the States of
Florida, (Joorgia, South Carolina and
Virginia, for tho lour years' term,
which commences on the 1st Julv
"I i ii in.
ll U .1
ut n.d.er's (:-V.-inhei
L.ci, ; i
f.tily restored. .N.'o
result either at Vi'd
t i f : i l
ti.e i !iein
fe:iri f il.
ances in' this class. Explain it by ' proximo. In order to secure the post
what, social alchemy you please, t00j I ol conti actor, and along with il.ex-
r ' 1 ii?. emntion from rnrn mfiil, in t m inn-.-
llm ouincrn amalgam in any aieuuuc : , , . , ' ".'
of politeness at the Norlh.exoeodingly , the rates of the ld,, as I learn, have,
itnprovos the ntctal-partly, no doubt, , 0,1,t,l04 ort routes, sank to an unpre
IVnrn .ho enrroetiv .rilen bv the more ' cedentedly low point ; some engaging
. . ....... n. . .j
generous and graeetul qualities of tho
South. Tho American travellers who
shine most at, foreign courts and in
C. in,.! ,-n L..l..l. .1 fiif.ni i1,4 Stroll I.
r,,, n ,- ' .,t,.ni bidder, reducing very materially t ho
I liey are, in lact, our cquntry s natural .' .7 . n J r
. - ' , , iii,.i d,, annual expondtturo ot ho lost office
piirlncians. And abused though tliey . . .
' . ,. . , . 4l Uepartment in those States.
to convey tho mails jVtithfid, for the
term of four j'cars, for nothing, others
for the fraction of a cent, others for
five dollars less that of the lowest,
are at a instance, ny some 01 ino
Northern newspapers, as an oftonsivo
Some bidders, howovor, uninfluenci
estrangement of the to bo re-ad vcrtiscui, ttn,l, ... the
, ', ' ., . ( ,w lt seems, br tho faculties of the T.x
oligarchv tho tribute of preference . . ', - , . . ,. n
and admiration is paid to them by . 1 e 1 i-
' . v 41 1 4 41 tho increased cost of forago and living
these very .Northerners, at this very ... , P , . p ,
. J ., ' n,,Jr m theso days of depreciated currency,
time whenever they come persona ly vhJ not 0'ftl t0 P M,
in contact. And so with all tho '-mo- ' k , fisj)mo H, 'Cll,
mcntous .ssucs of Bccess.on left to of tIl0 Department, have sent in W
111010 gregarious diccussion, may wo , ,. , ... , . , r ,
p. p ., . . '.. .;,. travagantly high bids, which, I under-
nmv fairy own, that, indiVKiuaui , , J, 0 . ' ,. .
1 ' , ' ' ' . v stand, have been reiected by the 1 ost-
Northcrn men are regretting exceed- , n , V , , ,.,
inglv the socud
e , ' 1
ftoutu. , mcantim0) tho Postmasters at tho heads
Gks. .Taok'ox's KKroiiTs. 15 y som it has ' of the Routes havo been instructed to
been feared thut the reports of (ion. Jiieksoii. ' stipulate with their present holders to
of the important part borne, by his command (.ontjn the service at the old rate of
been so suddenlv removed from the field of his offers are received and aocepi.e. .
V hother too tormer contractors, inns
appealed to will consent to the proposi
tion mado thorn, remains to be seen.
.My impression is, that in tho majority
of cases, they will do so, and that, the
Postmaster General will thus havo
availed himself of an apportunity to
checkmate that spirit of extortion and
extravagance which is no characteristic
of the times.
useful noss. Of tb-st! reports the army cor
resnondent of the Mobile Tribune writes :
Just previous to the late battles of the Hap- j
pahannock all the ollieial teports of Geueral j
Jackson of the cnugetnents previous to Hint
time, twenty-four in number, were linulo up
by tlmzeal lind industry of his ablo' Adjutant
General, Col. Faulkner, which Is a source of
congratulation to thu country, the constant
Activity of General Jackson in the field from
March, 18W having before prevented the
uuiking up of the e report!. .
..-v.er to Gnu. 1,
in regard to t i.e
J ACKHON, .lone I
Heavy firine-heard in the direetion of 1, i. ,
bur ; all day, but we ha ve not luiig rell.ibl, from
(here. :.iner Sunday. Weather el.. tidy, i:..:,.: ',
fliAKLI'S'I'U.N, .June I
A u .itlic.lal d -p'.t. !: from Cic ri. Y . .'3. ',','.0.0
a I, I'oeotaie;,,, r.-por-.s that the trun) tired tie
town of Clutl'ton to day. Our fotves oujj.if',cd
th.-m, and prevented their further advance.
A later dispatch, from Lt. c'd. John. tn 1
Gen. Walker, says: We are now 'in MnlTfvii,
whi. ll piaee i; in (liuaes. Theencinv haye re
tired. No one hurt on ou" .side in the raid. -The
cnr'V carried away about one tliousalu
, and destroyed ne.irlv a million dollar.
rili of properly
Win;iu: auk Tiikv. According tt
tho rejiort of Colonel Ould, our Com
inissiuiicr fur the exilian g uf 'prison
ers, the whole number of prisoners to
ken from us in the Into battles aboui
(.'haticcllorsviile by Hooker and c.
changed is iMtAb llookor claims; in
his late order congratulating bin arni;
on their miraculous escape from let::
destruction by our ever-brave sindgh;
rious army, to have captured f,('0O ot
our men. It now remains a subject ol'
legitimate inquiry, whether Co!- Ould
is not bound, or at least authored by
tho cartel agreed upon, and . gulatin
the exchange of prisoners, l . .-quire ci
the authorities at Washington to ''t)
turn tho remaining L'JUU, ivho, aavr
din" to Hooker's congratulatory otdvv,
areLat il! w itbhcld. Richmond WH