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BULL "THE "WILL OF A PEOPLE RESOLVED TO BE FREE IS LITTLE LESS THAN OMNIPOTENT.' WINCHESTER, TENN., FEBRUARY 2G. 18G3. 1. NO. 109 KTJN. Notice to Subscribers. i HStf yl flncl beforo your name on Co'MPLtMtrrrARV to i iiu Ladies of? t;ie Scum. Tho annexed ' resolution j was unanimously passed by the South Carolina Legivaturo at its late session. Tho unwearied exertions of tho ladies of the South have been a wonderful j encourugcr to tho men of tho South, j .11 ! - . IT II uii uur armies, neavcn diohs our? country women! They deserve the? legislative record to their patriotism f Whereas, The women of tlie South have conti ibuted to the prosecution of' o-ir present struggle for independency all the aid and comfort their gentle buk heroic he-iris could devise, as well by; the encouragement of their applause' !IS ) till! riifiil'i I iff ti ) 11 t j ni' tlwi'ipi J I w , 1IVM . and industry : ; sold'ers of the i ski And whereas, t!i: South, ever brave and patriotic, have j been doubly fired to the discVu-'o of H t h,ir dutie 1 lie chant ies :mi ... , . tnA f.iM A Trt,f i ai .1 OVt f c L.in Will D8 HUUWCU IU1 auiwilfiiiiuiui.- rarms SI for each square, 1st insertion ; oOtts i ir each subsequent insertion. Articles of much length, intended for nubli ition, must be handed in in the forenoon to ure'piuMcation next day. Obituaries, mimm ... ....... nvitations charged as advertisements, but mar- j Advertisements of charitable institutions at l!f price. U 1 I The Question in a Nutshell In t .. i 4 1, a . wntt i a 1 1 it n ii r j t ' r ii a article on m u'--i"u tlm rtrtHor sind dol.v of the) I r I i r.i XT 'tnr tho Moono r-iveninsr .ews inn j labodies and discloses the merits of j . i . . . .i i n . . the whole SUDjoci in mo iouo-.uug ,(V(-,U. .j syta;.at.!ii(M of thes- patriotic xtrttCt : Uisters i'i ;i c iuio'):i came : We escaped ft tremendous perd when , be it li -snlve unanimous- ,r planters pave up their hut year s , T,ml lUU ,;iMt.Va! Assemb'v herebv etton crop and put their .anus in corn, i the umuiI cotton and corn croos had 1 J i t .i ii 1.1.1111 I It .1 f urn ipn piieuou, lit i- j " tioulil have been unable to subsist the inoplo and s'ddi'M-s the year o'i an 1 i t I I . ...... t t !. tttitn.f ..1 a', snnu.u ii avis iiLc.i ni i iiu mviM "i t!iu Yatdc'e-i. h"t this be a waniioj; (iithi" in ci.e'U when planters arn re j.arint' pitch their crop-. Tiu qee tion i 'CmtedeiMtc independence is a (il,stion of c rn. (.'o-n i- the basis ol tiil. Witli an abnndat c" id this pre rioiis jjrai'i. the Mupply of 1 vat an Jimited. With p'eutV of it, every pi; iupiV'l vviil yield nearly a pound ( MP it daily tii it. is t say, a i well t I will wi'i.;h three hundred pouo i- 'vli'Mi a year old. No farmer tied ;:r;imhl t at giving up bis prospects of -i eott'tn harvest, when sir h ivtuns V:in he receis'eil from a provi-loi crop. fii)er;"'d'N.l is the priceless lienor mm 1 'loryoi hci'viiiif, saving and r:deei".iiu his country. Tiiere is (iao.er th:il ih') .'lii'li prices of cotton nod the siimuhis jtn the demand supplied by government pmr'chases will tempt farmers to plant Jienvily in the staplo. It would tui u irime against Confodera to liberty to ,lo ;it. Make food enough, and we c:m llisrht tho Yankees forever. fail to i M.? 1J. 35 q plfgriijil). E XPRKSSLY FOR THK DAILY Bt'l.LKTl.t testiiios its admiriu-; a:tirt.'eia! ion of tlieir services, mid wicnly :i'-.'o-.s to tlicm (he oraisi! of havin ; eontriftate 1 largely t ' tii" ri;iid pr't res oj oiw c i'irit "v's ' !eii vera "e.i from that throat- "tied V"iipe-Hiec of a foe wh s; t.ol desolate 1 1 1 1 1 n s of which thev are! oi-ii'iM mi and pride. V. M'c, .Movements in nn; War. : -T 1 1 i ! o S Mit'ui it conriritiii irs are dai- IIO- lie. : tut ram or? ol op-hated p In;' revbt!ioii in th" " rtb west, ' tir-t ti n" W" Inve met wiih'v (i a i: .; roe ni; ioo o'" th.i iu-V4 .a t he i.ress ol I lu N'ort i. Under' ;t '.'ial h".i 1 of I Eot:I I of the. a "iy ;n "it t !i r i ii'iai n :!,, a-,- ti id tne f! lowing: rP!i" move'eent to set I le the present;. 'ii:lie:i!ti"s b y i c ;'i v.: a ' i oa of ve o'eseii- tatives t'.'iiin th ' f:v S'.a'cs is ro ;ressj. in r in tho West. Th Illin is li'ijla-1, make it, and not only your other crops , :wiil do you no good, but you will loso ( iyour lands, your nogruos and your jcuuntry'a independence. tare h is met iint" 1 :i com tvtl.M Lo con-. f:r with th is-- of Indiana, Kentucky j nil 1 othe- Slates, at Louisville, in the s month of March, the foremost man in $ that eommilte" beiu a f-tron adherent liiucolo, and heretofore a staunch : liiii-m. Mr. IiO"-un. the "-entio- . m:io m qaesiioii, it aopears, tooic a pr 'ininer.t part ii) the N tvoinb.M' dec- 'J tion. by u fi u g all his friends to vote ;1, the Demoeralie ticket, in order to save,? of Ur. Tbe House. Tlio Arabs, who live ; the couatry. Many other eminent p l L u ....... .u.. .i. ti-iansof ivpuo iem proclivities have auuia vi';ii tuu urau tu.io iin 'u.im hn.vi ! mrii n t I on tluisattie committee. I llAAnln nml ntU aha vl tAit!r b iMi J Ot.l III . I ' i 1 . I "uw " " . flu, iiieasnies was opp se i, oat m vain, jehip than any other nation in the j )V tj,0 Abolitionists in the Legislature, .world, nevnr removrt tha saddle from i Ti is exoected that the. States of Ohio, k ' l the horse's back when on a loag jour PORT HUDSON,. Feb. 24. A flag of tiueo bout arrived from Baton Krtjj,'e je-ttorday, bringiug threo hundred and twenty exehanged prisoners, belonging princi pally to the lth and 80th Louisiana regiment. New Orleans papers contain nothing impor tant, exeept tlio reported killing of Butler by itoulliiiiiy, in Washington City. There ury evidences of an early adrance up on this point. Several mortar boats have ar rived at Baton Uouge, as also reinforcements. The intelligence received through prisoners strcngtlmn this belief. Prisoners state that reinforcements are con tinually arriving at New Orleans, and confirm previous reports of dtsmoralization in Banks' army. RICHMOND, Feb. 25 The New York Times of tho 19th views with reltn'tMiee that thn French Emperor has de termined to open the Southern ports by tho 1st nf April, for tlio export of cotton, and that h will weleomo rather than deprecate war us tho roiisequonre of such act. The tenor of tho Moniteur, the general tono of tho ministerial journals, and the leeenlly changed language of tie; liberal press, combine, says the Times, to '-how that this is the policy which the French Kinperor has resolved to carry out. 'flu; Natioi ul intelligencer does not shar this conviction. The New York Times says Mercer openly pivdiuu at Wa.shington that Napoleon will break tlie blockade before the end of March. The Kookurk Constitutional newspaper wa& diotrned on the 2d inst., by convalescent in. nps in that place. A Inter of fien-.Scott's of October '1th 1801, has been called fur by tho Yankee Senate, whieli will slmw that McClellan treated Scott w:th ilisn'siect wliilo the latter was Comman der in Chief, and that McClellan would have been court inartialed but for fear of doing injury to the cause. On the Ibth Sterling Exchango commanded ISO in New York. Tho Timrs say3 this was brought about by thn National loan, and tho discussion of French mediation. Butler had a grand reception in Baltimore, on the th. Thirty-four young ladies, dressed in white, and bearing flags, sung patriotic airs on platform The New York Times says editorially, that an attack on Charloston was to have been made on the 20th. Tho Commercial Advertiser says tho en trances to Charleston and Savannah aro filled with torpedoes and obstructions, and we must not be surprised if tho assault on those cities partakes more of tho nature of a protrectd Kentucky. A Kentucky friend in jF,-.e thim an overwhelming assault. If Fort the army writes us as follows : i .McAllister is a specimen of the enemy's forti- Thoir saddles have always, blan- itioy vieti attached that cvcr tho baek and jloinsoftho horso. They arguo that Jthis vital part, when heated by ruling, should never ba made to teel tho effects 'of cold. New Je.:sy, Pennsylvania una Jvew 1'ork will combine in this inovomcut. Gunpowder mado of paper is the Utdst novelty. A letter fry in Copen hagen says that tho KhmI Artillery iBoard, of Doumark, have just made a accessful experiment with the now material. Common packing paper was iu tho oourso of ton or fifteen minutes jtransforraed into a, vory powerful kind of gunpowder, and a numbor of shots ""ere firod with it. fi In Richmond the demand for Qonfederato oip-ht ner coot, stock con- jwauos unabated. Tho stock commands j Premium of oao half per cent., paya hla in no v 0f sjvoi' po: cent jnJtos. Wr,sa p;ii ia t'iO eu pe- c?nt, convertible note it sells at par. Ga. Hurburt has nrohibited the circulation The Tli.r:i'.ru-no.v. The New York Herald says : Another rebel piratical craft, tho steamer Retribution, is plying her trade in the vicinity of the Island of St. Thomas. She has just been chasing two United States vessels, and boarded one of them. She came originally from Wilmington, North Carolina, about a month or two ago, loaded with turpentine and cotton, carrying her guns concealed in the hold. The description given of tho Retri bution is that she is a fore-and aft schooner, of about one hundred and twenty tons burthen. Her armament consists of four heavy guns, with a i.,, Tmn amidships. Her sailing The news from Kentucky is greatly ( fmations, we may pauso before contemplating exaggerated. There are but few favor- i an easy victory, able signs. Among the Union leaders, I ' """ ' I soo none of a revolution in sentiment. ; fT Tbero is agravoyard in Win The Legislature will only feebly pro-i Chester, Va., which deserves notice. test. The 0,0, i!) troops "said to "be or-! It is about sixty or sevonty yards dered to resist Lincoln's proclamation, j square. Tho grave's are in rows about are under a late act of tho Federal j two and a half icet apart, extending Congress. It is a bribe to otaee-holders j tho whole length. There aro some and contractors. The action reported 'twelve or fifteen hundred graves, each so far is by Democrats entiuly, and I with a littlo board at the head, bearing thev aro wofullv in a minority iu tho i the name of him who sleeps beneath. Legislature. Tho people are mainly A long trench, two foot wide, and right, but subjugated enslaved. about four feet deep, ia dug, a man bile Rcijistcr. wrapped in his blanket is laid in and . - - the trench is filled up just his own A PiifcDi'vrioN of IUnikl Wkbstlii. ! length, and raised up a little above the Some of the Northern papers reproduce level of 'the ground, as graves general-' 11 4 II 'Plwi ttnvl c nA rtf iUa Vi it I jV UlU. IIUAU 13 tutu MU b!J? Till! 1 O I 1 0 W I 1 1 J r . IV - o Ttie Hon. Daniel Webster, of Mas sachusetts, in a speech delivered in Washington, just thirteen tho last and so on till the trench is fitlod: then another is dug and filled in like manner. Tbero aro fifty of those Washington, just thirteen years ago, tl.elu.ieS( cach one containing twenty gave it as bib opinion that "it tne i"-'-. or thirty men, having a nica ionial fanatics and abolitionists ever ! )().U.J ;ll tho hea(j of eacll 0 et the power into their bands, they iTities are described fs very tine, i wi!l override tbe Constitution, set the Supreme Court at deltarice, chango and make laws to suit themselves, lay violent hands on those who differ with Ihem in their opinions or daro question their infallibility, and finally bankrupt tho country and deluge it with blood." n n i . . .i . .. ,1 i '., She is under me coiuu..uni ! (,ajjuni Parker. She is painted black, and, it is said, possesses all the graceful out line and symmetry so necessary in regard to speed for one of her calling. While laying at St. Thomas, discharg ing her cargo, thoso who saw her speak unqualified praise ol tho peculiari ties which point her out as a swift; and saucy craft. Col. Cuohman was arrested at Ripley, Mis., on Friday last, and put in irons as a notorious cotton-burner. grave. These trcnt lies aro all filled with rebel soldiers, who have fought tboir last battle, and now sleep their last sleep. Northern Paper. Complaint is being made in Ohio and Mich igan of the poor prospect for the next wheat crop. Tho Yankee Army of the Potomac has con Hunied aa fuel twenty-four square mile ot fomt.