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DAILY LLETIN "T1IE WILL OF A PEOPLE RESOLVED TO BE FKEIS IS; I.HILK L!S3 TIIA OMKIPOTEXT.-" WINCHESTER, TENN., F EBRUAIIY 7, 18cT rcjy t- y NO. 93 BU fl SLATTi:ilLrh rilOl'lilKTOli. Ternm : aa Aia 3a soothe Ilotise to Subscribers. r3 you find d bnforo your name on m r"'i,,! thut tn luuCl "ur whick it v, pSid will expiro in a few days. tern limited jw in tho Daily JUvl ht; allowed lor ndvurliroiucnts. $ for o:i"!i s'iunr, 1st insertion ; GOfts ,''li;ihsfi'.i-!it insertion. ..,.!,. of iiiJ'-h lotu;:h, interred for pu'oii ! "mi'fl I' ; handed in iu tho forenoon M ipuKtic-.i-i next day. 'I'l ibutcs of tfesiMvt. and Fnniral itVii3 charged as aclvprtisftui(Mit, but uiar 'Jmii dentil pu Wished :w news ... ,i.nu nf I'linrituldti intitutioTis at io ma inspection, nad Uod, in hwlii-st. right beforo God : und vet thonromid ua9llt0- iut ..o,..,,,,,., uv,v.i wvuiuu mui iuu as-1 victories nave not, oomd. On the con U1!U nas como BistttncoofthoKecchorrtrA-ly.withan, trary, our battles arc defeats; each men in power, occasional word of .advice from G .Tcly, ! succeeding one more disastrous than daro not raise urownRon. and (iiddmn-s. then , Tl.xz oi L;3-:i in tao var i j. habes a;;d their S'aUllmcnt. a the Cincinnati Kii';ai vr b'jut a year .').; Governor Andrew, .iisaeliu .'tis, made u speech at - ha's YLcyard, in which ho is ro- Rl i!i l' lliivu s.uu. li-u v tin .-ratiliou, oat he coin I not tail to nizo tao fact, that from tlrj da Uovuni.nent turned its b:ick on the I'liunntion of General Hunter, the ( jnos of the win had turned against i AUutt the name t'uno the same h.va thought to bo impressed upon ie winds of tho people every wh'.v t)t tho country by the clergy, the ,'nus press, Uio orators of tho Aoo u party, and all the traveling lec irom Wendell Phillips to S:m Curey. Siii.it of them dated the i. irawal of the Divine favor from ni'iisavowitl f,f tlie JJunter, a id some i itiiO mo tifivution of tl.e Fri'tivnt. uanution j but ali agreed t!iM il s ince:!.-?. -0110110'! u one or tno ointr, lh of those uct.3 that (iod had ba ll :j quite out ot patience, indeed, :y angry; and as tue best way to r. oil' the President for his contumacy, i'iattli3 same time gratify His o.vn ;umor, l:ad resolved to go over to oilier side, and give our enemies a id time at our expense. jit is true we have always been in- :uod by these gent'-emon that, on an age, Crod is ior the 8ide ol tho rth. Besides regarding us with uliar favor on account wf our Puri- ancestry, and our superior religious moral character, lie loons upon as the party to which has been es- ici&lly committed tho preservation of rational unitv. to which it thev Mo be believed ho has conceived mor an extravagant attachment; Hsidering it to be tho Bole guarantee 1 last hopo of political freedom to io human race. .Recently, however, icordmc to their renreientations, ho lDocome strongly linbaed with Abo wn sonttments to which, perhaps, sprayers of tho clergy, the efforts of w England (lecturers, and tho lucid positions ot moral points in thomcs KM of Mr. Lincoln have, to somo F?eo, contributed under tho in flu p of whfch Ho is inclined to look !on any indulgence of slavery as a raonal offense of a peculiarly heinous wactcr; justifying tho most vigorous Scares lor its eradication and pun I it may bo thought by some, rather ranK0 than otherwiso. that God. who fwoiisaed and recrn .if.nd slaverv in Maw as given to Moses, should of uave come nut an doo.( or v anrainfit, ' :v - o " . "o suspect the truo explanation ot i w do and lndporl it is in finbrn iformitv j f "J HU WWV VlVl IVUi 1UV JAlV f "isdom and unchangeablencss arc eo'OKicallv tli a Panties, and mean simply that God inus and thus, as ho is at pres- 'idvised. "NTnt that ho does not Fgrcss. and is neif.hfir amonablo to Jn, nor affected by tho force of W ConM 1,1.. ur Jl.. ,i . U rkcrs,'tho Phillipbos, tho Garrisons, ! WeiovR' and tli ti r.iwhora. It f befbro tho days of William L. , m tiio Nqw York Spectator, and Carlos Hammond, in tho Cincin nati Gazette, and long beforo tho days I incidei jt, whether truo or false iilua""i . -li-'A'.UJj.'.. of those greater luminaries, the Tri-! trates a most i-nportant fact, and should ! An Appeal for Peace. hT: JlJ tl indepondcnbi, in J teadi a most important lesson. God 1 Soch "guage as is contained in the whoso foci the negro is so exalted and . can r ot but be with tho rMit " subioinod imm;nn i r illustrated that even h: maker would i Tl, rco monahavemehinM a, ! , imPnM7d nPPoal for Pca hardly recognize his own handiwork cording to his snirUnal aUvi X ' 1 ' " mn Ul9 ag' Hvo ProcumI in tho glorified beini; that is presented ; Lincoln and tho nation ,,t ti..l Cll lor tho wnter a PIao eomo Lincoln eo proat i tho change over tho spirits of the in Yankcodom, that they their hands to puninh least, room to conjccUiro thai, upon ! armies in thir marches is a vast Gol- 10 "ender who penned, nor tho of tho slavery question, tho Leviticus j g .otha. Our towns nro hospitals offon. fon'loi's who republish it. The admin would have a very different appearance, j H ive with tho smell of decaying human Oration is evidently conscious of its it may nlso be thought curious that ( tlosli, and heart-rending with tho vari- weakness: God should sec fit to punish us for our , stv and intensity ot tho suileriiv of want of intensity in the cause of Abo- i vhicb they are tho scenes. Tho land I v f K demanded. htion at the hands of lhoo who arc ; is tilled with mourning, and the cry of T .fin ;i!W"i,kJ!,rccmmi,b Journal, fighting not only to break up tho Union : widows and orphans "-ws ir-i to llea-on ' -Jt n0t timo to recognize, at length, to which Ho is so partial, but to con-1 'IV (Jven.m.t ;.i bankrupt ; tho soli tho unpotciioy ot tho Federal Govcro tinuo and neructuate their d(i,.ii;i m dies jnuiih..n. ,.! , meat to do what it has uo authoritv to ivor thy npp;v.;,d an-l down trod 1 -n ' the C.)ri-,iit.i;i..:, i.5 tram- !e-i !.,, ;.- V. " -Vl.ni.,!.slra!i-)n indeed African: and this (.specially who. ; cvorv 1 th)fl; wio ;,! w.y to p; ,:t I la':!', '-: ts :7.. and not ex victory wluo'i lie acoords to th-ia : de.Vnd it; the army is d -i0r;1j;.,j' i,v C-u-Mw!y ,.f r;v-;fos wi.o can:.ot bo it victory wh.o.i I to accords to tl '.erves to vender our nrouneJ.-ls so m.r- tho inoro g! -nmy and hopelo-s. Tiuso are thin. ( :i -o 1 c:m;i nation ; and wo have th" r;.;!it to !o .)!c to gen' lemon who, u: on certain p iriU pr, d":s t; know bo miic'i of Hi-; th-mghts and dotermiiia! ions, for an cliJcil.ition of this, one of tho darkest oi His Provi dences. If there is, as ono of oarre- ig;ous cof.emporaries inform us, ' no , .! .... ... I ,, . , u.-.l-.il an. i v,.u;i oi CviiJdvnc;; m lis hadi-s; tho l;:iio:i l.i t..-ltering, n:i I n.:-di .scur.-ely more th i i a b.v.-uii tj di isolvo an anarchy of uncohev-ivo eleineals. And now wo. on behaiTof tho people, have the right, to iipiire : Whore', 0 ye pric.-its y taen wiio irore.sed to know thevii do conne!, and speak tho decrees of t'sj Alu.ighiywhoro aro tho victories that, in iiis name, ye promised? Whore is tiioinitol people, ciii be easy tl Pl'.AC. P MA (.!!!! Wo crv. bv u i,iiv Xante (A Hint wU.-x i 1 1,;,. L.in.-,' mas tuno, was heralded by angels us i)-iii.d!ig"pc:,c-1. to mn ofgo5l will." O.i, st;p tidy horrid i-,iteliory of Amviie:tns by iierieaii-.;! .Stop this Hood of woo and desolation, by which this lard is boeoming ul.jM deviate! Jl'tccynu aeeoiuplo-he.l a iytidug? J)id we not f .return you so? llij.'.u ;tro so blind as not to see, you ou-ht to trust those v. ho L ive provt-,1 thev can hoc. Sup this wai! Wicked imd foolioh men, ym are in desp-jir at the nrosucct be- lot (i yon. ami et von dare, as if vru in ugainst man or God, saving perhno.s blasohomy, at all to bo compared " .i.i. t i i . i t wan that treason wnioi-i rocks to uis- uio restored oonmieiice, tiio reeonsl uc- hoIvo 0!tr national unity, how is it. that: ted Union, the vimfcate i Constitution ; tiou itas, irom tho beginning of tins ; v ''oro the l.o,-e of c:;tenoing our war, wagod to sustain and preserve ! Xationaiity over tin? vast continent; itueh unitv. f!r(n llm ndv.-m-f -ii- to ! where is our tn-r-joid. m I run-hom. ,,f those who hgoIc to destroy it, a,eainst i i'siturc prosperity; where even, that ; wc.ro U!'ly so! 1 l0 , tho dlMU" tu cr7 those who are expending so much blood , civil liberty which we once boasted of: ., J ', and treasure to save it from beinirl as our peculiar birlh-riirht; and which I ca!-!,1!.i,'t'". destroyed ? v ' we once llattj:v:lo!i-sehvi icwer would ! 1 ,l fn,co' J'ot I1S Pllt tho renew- Jiut'the speech of Governor Andrew, i and never could bo taken awav? ! 01 1 0 i:i,iJlti ,L' '' ''' ' b" 'evved,- of Massachusetts, and tho writing ofi Over all tiu-c thin.-s voti promised, I -we K,i;'.v'' what wo aro lighting. :.. . . ' ..." . i 1-T.--L II .OIL II (! . i 1 ... ,l ,, (..,.; M U t h e a b o i : i : i . a b I o t h i 1 1 r , N e w K n c I a n d f a D m anirjul'ition of Xew .v ro.vacs, r. m l.fon oat out. oi' iha way? Then, tneu only, we may have, not a truce only, bui a fcwe. "Slay! slay! more blood, more Call a truce! Lot The our Aootition, i mon, clerical and soou- upon certain c.0";;;.i,jii.s 1 M I- I ? r-il hill-') ! n of (V irtf iiv.ri.oj i- (Unj- nil OT . . v i r l , .': 1 -i r, - i -i 1 1 , i i . oi- im i ilioil ! V infl;!.I. fliiu i n-fir.i .j a ( irn Ii ion Iwu.n i.t-.m .!!.. I nrit'i i ' ' 1 lUU , ..i : a , i. ii : i . : . l. . .. . . . ' .. i ... : ..' w- " tnjL it. uio i i esc o.ii l in ine name oi ; I'ticm is tin; ga:irui;insuip : noimt ii the nation should improve his evil , deeply humihated people; witli little ways, remember tho course of the cap-; prospect except for deeper and less tol tivc in bondage, and proclaim freedom ! erabiw humiliations. And your darling and tho breaking of his chain, then ; Mid peculiar trophies what aro they ? God v,rould roenthim of the evil which j Twenty or thirty thousand negroes re ho had done, would nmilo upon our dueed or driven from their homes, cause, would maku bare His arm to our i naked, homeless, starving and dying assistance, would give success to our under tho parental care ot yoursolvoi arms, and victory toour banners, inflict ; and Government. Does the .dl-scoing shame and confusion upon our enemy, j eyo of God look dwn upon a sscono the oppressor, n Gk.v. Foau?,si,.A Northern .papci gives the, following account of tho cap ture !nd escape of Gen. Forrest in West Tennessee: The rebel Forrest was taken priso- nor by Company J, of tho Fiftieth dar- and would so suddenly 'more redundant in all the olomonta of thc fi-!lt. iJ? rode boldly np to ifino His own position I sorrow and ropentanco ? ll;t'1m' Pl'OHing them to bo a portiou and signally denno J lis own position that all who had doubted His attach ment to the Union and His sympathy with " the great cause of human free dom," would be covered with astonish ment and dismay. On tho twenty-second day of Septem ber last tho President of the United States, after long and anxious consulta tions with several delegations of gen tlemen officially representing tho court ot Heaven, and claiming to bo intimato ly conversant with the views of tho Almighty, issued his proclamation giv ing freedom to tho slavo. With this proclamation these gentlemen professed themselves to be satisfied. Thc Presi dent had placed the nation upon tho right footing. Tho way was now cloar for God to work ; and one of the same order, in this city, attended to the than past and present as follows : "Now our armies did not stand suc cessfully beforo our enemies. With in And we have tho right to eay furth er: that in making these promises in the name of God, you lied. What is more, you knew at tho timft that you wero lying. You knew nothing of his will. Jt was your own mad passions i ' "'.,u, ueung nim io surron. and fanatic deigns that you pi-eseuted ! Certai,nl, H;1 orrc,t ,k a to tho world as divine rove'.ations. At i urrcndur; apparent wiilingt of bis own men. fMost of the rebel wero drosned i i the Federal uniform.) Ho remarked, "boys, what in the h-nl are you doing here?" Tho Hoosien replied by pointing their inuskals at him and ordering him to surrender. ant to U09B once hypocrites and destructives, von ! ourronuor aiiaycu tiio suspicions or havo loboredto plunge this country !0ur IT' nm h 3, not curoly into a war, and aro no laboring to bar ! guarde(1- RR Messed as u pnvatt evcrv avenue to its extrication Upon hc' vr suspected us rank or that you, tho slaughter oi our battle fields, I ho;v,a" thc dlf author of an and tho dosuiatio.,. of our homes havo ! "ntold am.oun of d;lmont. He soon no influence Y.JU aro as incapable 0f dl900Tcre.d a C MC to escape, which h pity, as you ar0 of remorse. In this ! unf f h mounted o.i aswift unholy enterpr ,so you havo prostituted I 8pIc,,KlK an!ma ' h, P,lt Bl,u to 1' your reason and yJur religion. If tho i Wav,n8 h.w l 'T U worst of all Aina in this wm-1,1 is bias-1 r men, ho lay down upon his horse. ohemv. vou am t.hn w,,rHt of all hl.i. nec,i' anJ although not loss than a hun- i J ' y - - - . . . w .- - phemers. And if on tho last great day of accou nt you do not call upon the rocks and mountains to lall upon you, exhaustible resources of men and means there will be no particular uso for rocks they aro further back than they were a year ago. I ho truo cause ot it is wc have sinned. And our defeats may ba and jjiountains in tho divine economy. drod shots wero fired at him, ho escap ed unhurt. Thc New York World publishes the marine losses for December. U sums up a total of forty-three vessels. TuoM Corinth. During a movement ! valued a.t four millions and a half in mercy, and wo believe they aroin,o Colonel Jioddr's cavalry recently; The "Pirate Semmcs" gets credit mercy. All tho whilo tho duty was ' made in tho vicinity of Corinth, thoy : for capturing and destroying 1)19.000 plain, and with no rosources, wo care, succeeded in capturing sixteen pris-; 0f the amount. Semmes' work for De not how vast, could we succeed until i oners and a fow horses. A private lot- j Cember is within a fraction of a mil God was obeyed. Tho Government i tcr from Tuscumbia, informs us tir.it i i;,... 0r ,..i ira tho prisoners reported ten thousand troops at Corinth. Ons of them in formed '.ho writer that four thousand might call for another million of men, but of what force aro millions of n:on, if it bo so that the oontesfc is between God and tho nation. It is said that when a prominent man from theiNorth west gave President Lincoln a rocital of the barbarities ot tho Indian man- sacro iu Minnesota, tho President ex (?ti Gov. Footo.of Tennessee, has in troduced in tho House of Represents - nciri'oos wero be.i n ir drillod inl'irt Minus i .- i .- . ? i i j , . ,.T . " , ' . . uvos resolutions ot ury concornini: eip 01 u.u it o reoeinon, uui uia , th c;lplui.C(1 a;ul iut(..r;cploil d;rfputche, at deal of dissatisfaction cxistod i .... ,... , ....J,,,,., among he troops m regard to tno on-1 tho )ini( that lho Uisp.ltthvm a gro listiaent of negroes. Another prisoner claimed "Can it bo that God is against! expressed tho opinion that "it would us?" 'No,' replied his informant, bat bo bettor to recognise tho Confederacy wc arc against ourselves. This reportod and let it go to hell." Memphii Appeal, to draw metal have boon mutilated by the Yanvp.ei A beautiful lady's smiles aro mair'Ms '01 th: ' purse.