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"THK WILL OF A PEOPLE .RESOLVED TO BE FREE IS LITTLE LESS Til AN OMNIPOTENT."
WINCHESTER, TENN., JUNE 7, 1863.
JltC ' jfttib UUcttlL h? cM ntrary "to " the
so statements that have appeared in some
W. J. SLATTEIl, Propriety
1 erm ;
$l.ftO pormonth, tt ms.
liotice to Subscribers.
of the journals, the names of all ner
sons of color are taken down -with tho
y We heard a good story yester
day related by a German who wna
Wuex yon find 'yi before vour name on fl,..i ;.. r . t . i
your parser, please renew your subscript! " nospuais ai
:u it is si notice that the time tor which it Nashville, which proves conclusively
b8xiton'f wU,1 -Y ?T;!fl-vs-,,. thnt sickoidiors appreciate food for
Articles cit much length, intended Pit publi- 1 1
cation, nirst bo handed in in the forenoon to
tlie sloinacli more than food for the
A rebel lady visited the hospital one
morning with a negro servant, who
carried a large basket, on his arm.
insure publication next day.
I'CtitoM of Jlvort isiujy.
ON AND AFTFJiTRIDAY THE lr.th of
:!?I,u!!p,SV:'Mn-.M c9sl"!l,riv,,nish:-t' 1,1 'Ovoiv. with a white linen cloth. She'
First Week $l.nt) a sfiaiv each in'-ertion.
Sewnd Week 7f cents a Mpiarc each inser
tion. Third YeehW) cents it .square eiteh insertion.
J-'jUi th H'tec- L'o cunts a xquaru each i:i.-.t;;-
S'tioMi Month At the. rate of .," p(--r month.
Thirv and Each Suew.lin'i Month At thy
r.ite of : J per square, a month
A'.;v: tiscincnt.s insert. -d once, twice, or three
T K L, E G HAtJ M I C.
ASSot'IATKD 1'KKSS DISeATCUEd.
PROM TJ IE FRONT!
approached our German friend and ac
cos fed hi in thus :
Ate you a good l nion man Commissary building tell, burying 20 persons.
i isn nut, was tho laconic reply of i Memphis dates of the l,t sav that tho gun-
IV O It X II K 1 " IV K w s :
it'c , if (.'., dr., dc.
S1IELUYYILLK, June o.
The enemy was in line of battle yesterday
s.'Ven mile from Murfiecsboro', on Stone's
river. Some artillery tiring and skirmishing
between pickets. Nothing serious. All quiet
to-day Weather stormy. Heavy rains.
The Nashrillo 7nion of the Hd inst- contains
Louisville dates of the 2d, stating that the
t.:u .' .i weelc. naarrrc
J" per cent will be a-.': led t: the ahov
lr Special .Notices
1 lir.es make one ? .uare. No adver
tmiiU loss than 1 square. Advertisements that a (1
make over 1U lines ar.d under lines counted
one-and-.vhalf squares. Advertisements
that make over 15 lines and under JO lines
")untc 1 us two squares.
It will bp a favor if advertisers will leae
mark on their advortiscniet.is the ia;i,:b.r of
-quires they wish them to .-, -opy.
imtuanti, r.i:t-ri:it .-t. un-l f vj,.
j'j cents per lin-.
the German, at tho same time casting
a hopeful glanco at theaforsaid bas
ket. "Thnt is all I want to know," replied
the lady, :md, heckouinr the iiccto to
: uei-ti:eme:iti folimv, she passed to the opposite side
oi tiiu room, where a rebel soldier lay,
and aked him (he same question, to
which lie very promptly replied "ot
siina. i he lady thereupon
uncovered the basket and laid out a
bottle of 'ino, miuco pies, pound cake,
and other delicacies, which were greed
ily devoured in the oreseneo of the
boa- Cincinnati was sunk at Vicksburg, on the
2'ith. Many killed and wounded.
Dates from Cincinnati, of the 2d, staie that
Burnside lias prohibited the circulation of the
New York World in the Department of Ohio,
and suppressed tho Chicago Times.
A start officer en route for "Washington, from
Vicksburg, on the 27th, states that (irt nt is
certain to take Vicksburg in two weeks, being
heavily reintVr'-ed by fJanks. Johnston is ut
Jackson, with lo.OOO mnn. friable to get more,
and short of provisions and ammunition. A
larger force is guarding the river than John-
! i .' at i ,
e l the be'
; .f t),..
i'xi"an a! :..
:i the :Mtl.,
' . yn.e;. ,
j HKN.-'YI.VAM A MA'tTKH.-.
"1 'l'l.,,...-, 1..A- i.. eio.u oil-,
nion soldiers, who felt somewhat, in- "ton rnn S:ltllpr' JJIiU;k bri'! burnt'd. It
is positively known that Johnston lias iu t
crossed the river. The inhabitants and sol
diers in Vicksburg suffering greatly from want
of water. Grant ii building works within one
hundred yards of the rebel linrs. Our floirp
shooters iirerent the rebels from working their
()u t!:e toilowing morning, however,
anof.lier lady made her appearance
with a large cover' d basket, and she
also -iceostod our German friend, and
desired to know if he wasa Union man.
l isii, ;i got; i no care What you heavy guns,
got; I bees Union." ' :
l'he lady then set her basket on the
ar.d our German friend 'thought
tnnrn. Loi'-'Hish thev b:'d Hot been naid . 1
off. They are soon now. however, to ; 1 fittl. availed in this case, if it
ho piiJ ' , did fail in the other. 15ut imagine the
',' ' , , .it i length of the iioor fellow's face when
There has aiso been a riot at llun ., , , 1 ... , , , ,
. , ' , ,. . , the lady uncovered the basket and pre-
itngdori, Pa., soine sol.l.er.sjii.st return- ,. ., , ,., nt
tracts. lie si ook his head dolefully.
il having broken tip a printing oliiee.
I'llOM NGKTII CAUOI.l.NA.
and said :
The encmv nude a reconnoisance "I no read English, and, peside. datWw turns out wrk rapidly.
3mXewbe.ni on 'JSth, c;ntur;cg 1 rebel on te nonfer side of to house; Irancw Lhur Jr. arr,t
RICHMOND, June o.
Latest returns indicate the election of Gen.
T. Smith as Governor; four members of last
Congress, candidates for re-election, defeated:
Rice, Garnett, Lyons, Rotter and Preston
fleeted; returns indicate defeat of Staples, Rice
is elected Lieut. Governor.
The machinery of the Tredegar Iron "Works,
lately destroyed by fire, has been replaced. Tt
of the f)Sth North Carolina r
atui on charge of
RICHMOND, June 1.
intent, a ' r'-'' lom 1,0 i'10 as m !
.-.:,. m!i ,M;nm,.nk , f i me Kmy iiisinnuiC'i iiicin anu ten.,
In, ... . t i . i . i i ! Not b.ng afterwards along como Porter s ofhcial dispatch state.fthat the ex-
Tho Sea Bird, o Philadelphia, was , ,, 1 n i T ; r.- . v 1 . i i
u , i t ti ti f another m'-hl y dressed ladv, who pro ' peditmn sent up ia;'.oo destroyed and cap-
aptaredar.a lunmedatthe '' Vmn(M thesame question again to j turod property valued at $2.O00,fi()0, including
Ac uso rivet, 0,1 " l' n L ' our German friend. He stood gazing i three powerful rams, andone unfinished Moni-
tacked hertu H.nail boats. 1 ho cap- at tho b;Hkct a))i);u.eMl,y at a loss for ! ,0r, :;in feet lang. Loss. 1 killed and 7 wound
lam and crew were made prisoners. re,,y v length ho aneuvei.ed her, ed. r,urn,ia bfts (,)mnm,it,lt(.d t0 lit,,ri, his
All rebel treopi i thl3 biato are I in Yankee Style, a3 follows : I Jetermination to hold all rebel officers in his
said to hare or v irgtnia. I " Ty got, yon no git modi time ; vot j hands in caso 0f retaliation for two spies tried
Foster il pu to revisiting and i yon got mit de paKet . tandxecntnd according to -th uswre of war.
jtrennhorff!.- n.s uirrc-rf :it military; J he lady required an unequivocal
posts'. " ; an.uver to hyp question, and was about.
to movoon whoa tho German, shouted
fsov r-.vf.rr.r.. ,
Advices from m:r l.'cpartr...'-i sa ; jf ynil got tracts I bees Union:;
that Brairt? has dirfctod that fy.ck snd i.,t ;f,.'mi .mt mmt mit. rioundi
tabled soldiers u4 bagae. ca.lc i.iit. j v;ne j bees seeesh lalt te tev-
ea to rotard a taarcn. oe ?oni io U. Yankee paper.
fftar. From this it is inferred that
Rraye; will evacuate soon. i Southern Field and Fireside
ritoM KKNTl'CKY. I are pleased to learn that this popular ident. Darby fully concurred with RumoII,
Pec-ram is said to be in this State ;
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u.r.t .. ,tv,k n.jr ii'iu.ii K i M iu .I'll:,.
ivu a ivmlo i.i v , i : '-...:.. .. rivt-nv t r
rumor to-day from either Vieks
rnodiatelv. It will be printed in (burg or Port Hudson. Heavy firing continues
'doable- numbers half SUO, for a few !:it the forme placo: last night it was terrific,
until the lost weeks are re- RICHMOND. Jun f.
The following is taker, from i the : wien its old size will be re-: The President has revoked and annulled thu
W York correspondence ot me t mi- j a,lm0,j- The best writers in tho Con- i;xn(,,nti.ir hitherto given Gus. More, liriti:.h j
adelphia "Inquirer,'' viz : , jiederacy are engaged to wrilo for its j cnll?ul ot- tbis citv in cr)qwxe 0f his as
The two most important personages : columns, and wo are assured that it i ,uming to aetin behalf of the Government of j
inn win,v ore of the tmblic to-dav ! ,,.;h ,..,,; n tho bi-b olace it holds im n .. ...... i
'h luu kiiiii' 13 '- - - i - j nt ii uiiu i ( j(r iiriiauic uaji'fiy, iin uiuiicis .ntuiiiu; iu
Cincinnati was -unk hv re!..-,
20th loss over twenty kii!.-J.
Burnside has jirohibite.l the . iirul.M i-n .f
tho New York Herald and 1,1. n'a;;-. Tim.-, .;,
t : i .. . i
inicoin, m speaking ot no..--
Tl tho 'Mississippi, said he e; . '
results, but was prepared for tl.e v,
Arrivals from Havana brie.; r-
capture of Puebla and the whob' M
by the French.
In the battle of Champion II;::,
a regiment composed prineipallv o
and known i'S the Pieachcr He
nearly annihilated. The rebels f.n;;l.t , i:h m
reckless gall.iiitry. A rc'tment of (ie irgiatu
refused to rclrent or .-.urrender. T!e-c we:
nearly all killed where th-y ,!d.
- - .
The Two Addresses A Contrast.
Tho New York World thus comments
on the addresses of Lee and .Hooker t
their respective armies, after the late
battles, which, strangely enough, ap
peared in the papers on the same day;
By & most unhappy coincidence tho
congratulatory orders ot Generals
Hooker and Lee appeared to. "-other iu
yesterday's newsj apers. Tho publi
cation oi these two documents siu:uUa.
ncously will do the North almost us
much discredit and the South as much
credit iu Kuropo as tin; result of tlo
battles on the KappahantKu k. It, is
the late of many ;t brave and capable
nation and army to be defeated, but to
be untruthful, and false when the occa
sion demands honesty, resignation, and
a loyal hopefulness in adversity, will
(tlfrn against, us every civilized nation
on earth. No honest and fair minded
man can have read these two orders
yesterday without grief and pain and
shame. It can no longer be denied if,
is patent to the whole 'world that t he
superior men, morally and mentally.
f.ro at the head of the wrong i. overii
ment and the wrong army.
Walk down Brond sire-1, Kich
mond, any morning j ou will see ono
or more cars densely packed with mo.
kcts, knapsacks, can toons, cartridg.
boxes the ennnrum H'JhmiM of a tio'c!
from which a reat army has beeo
driven. Day ailer day, and all da
long, these spoils, are being emptied
into wagons, to be carried to the pro
per repositories, and furnished up for
future use. Along the sidewalks of
the same street you behold broken caia;
sons, limber chests, wheels, axles and
dilapidated wagons in great quantities.
Yet Hooker's rtien came over without
Advices from Europe ptate that M&rqitia
Cianrieade, in tho Uouso of Lorda, denounced
I the seizure of Britub veels by United Stateg
'cruiser.' as violations of the law of cations.
Ku.ell defended th course of the American
Government. He tind all their commun.ra
tiona showed they fully respected internwtioral
j law. Officer? of the Crown report no national
-Wo j ground of objection to the decision of tho Pre?-
I,rl,!,' urbir.b u-no fnrmcl in Kimnond and thoucht every allowance, should be made
, . 1 I . . 1 T . I. t!
i . ,-n o,."irnt. at r nn nnrnmcr nr rn riiir.n tor nrnvocanon.
hi a i, . ' v..-i -1" -- - i
thousand men. Much epeculati.m and ' I'aper Mill- -hannp secured a partial -'naertainlv
is rife as to tho rebel in.;eaPply of paper will be resumed im-. Not even a
tcntbn9. A bold stroke is evtdent.
x k w viRK i:i:ms.
I i . m. . ' :.. i,-V,n dasher with ai-,..ut: i,, iut.y Pr.n ititutinnnHxt
ar i nri '( r r nil" v. ! i ,i i i ,. . I 'i j a-j. tt v.-.,
i oe. iu" . , , j -
Wtnb from Col. hrccKer.nu iw
fJon. Wheeler, at McMinnville, yestcr
;tho favorable regard of tho reading' ho-S(at of Mij?uippi. U was requested
i I f. .. t. .. 1 1. 1 . V bo f A.i
lay. acknowledging that vicKsourg vllaMne, MJonncn, i..-......
iad been taken. Znd . ! debil you send guns to de Mexicans for
2d The "Illinois" officer, whi sent to fighty me for Mat J .had tnon
'ftOhio-o a dispatch from near 'Ticks done to you ? By gar, if you no apol
, fifMii.r tl-.-if, tin to ().rizo nrettv dam qtteeK, me blow you
I to submit to the Secretary of State his consu-
By the Atlantic TEtEORArii. 'Afons. j 'ar . ''frc further correspondence
ii Tilt. A J I.A.M I'' J "' ' ..1.1 V, l.l,l lll, Urn Mll.1. ("n.l of
the port ol Jucurnonn, wittiout, accoraing to
this rwpiest, he entered into correspondence, as
Her Majesty's Coiiiul, with the Secretary of
"War, thereby disreardiue- the legitimate au
thority of this Government. A copy of the
letters intent revoking iho exequatur will be
n. ... a i et it 11111- t.i'.'it, tin
u 1 1 r. rn n i u;n . ' --, i -s i -
hat timo tho town had not been sur- j to hell. iNAPow-ox.
..i ri i ' ?.r,i Dr.ir Mr. .Xrivokon : I hat fe!
I If .'bo ,nrie,- and that officer had i i,lw Adams t lways was too smart. He published to-morrow
ben in Wall street to-day they would UK n0 orders to do as bo did. My
RICHMOND, Juno ".
S&Fla reply to mi enquiry, Mr
Moramingor has given the opinion that
a personal indorsement certifying that
tho interest on an interest bearing Con
fedorate note has been paid up to a c:r
tain date, is legaj, and will stop interest
up to tbat time ; also, that eiu-'u indorse
ment will not invalidate the note.
Bobtox, May 13.--The54tb Massa
cuusottes colored regiment was to
day presented with four regimental
colors. Presentation fipewohes were
mado by Governor Andrew, who said
he was identified with tho regime-nr
and stood or fell with its histo ry as t
mau and a magistrate.
112, The 20th of May is nr.-i.UH-roy ea:iv
the Kwtoratjon Day, becreire, in 1 '', Charl
,11 wu brought buck to r,i;.:.a-..i. and refto;i
to the thronp of his ances'.-r? ! W'
f Enclard peopln w-enr .- ik Vavr? ar j cal
apples i'rrilt'l in tbir bar-., in rcmnv.-nerati.iir
of the concealment of K'ir.e l'e..irb..i jo an eii.
tree at B'.scobel, after his d.l'.-at by i"rr.:nwe;;,
at tho battle of Worcester. Do . :' i, I '-'..
B?3fc. Among the cargo of a st.inmev
which recently reached Charleston, are
several cotton card machines, witb a
supply of wire, which v,:ll b- put in
operation immediately. .
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