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DAILY BULES . ..,tu "l t t t ii . mv.tiri? ur!iH Pvn TO III' K-PW 1 ITT TV T Ti'.OJ TTT 4 V nf VIVIiTk'VT " ' I 1 1 Li 11 1 1j 1-i U I CiVWjCi llWJUill v A A .- - - ..w ....... ..v... ......... Will I WINCHESTER, TENN., MARCH 24, 18G3. JVO. 124 - '-ft WINCHESTER" 81: S2 .swutw. . a- We learn from several who are immediately from the front that our -aimy occupy this side of Stone's river, 'w. X SLATTEU, Proprietor. ! tnc enemy the other. The respective rr - " " ann'tea remain stationary. An One Dollar per Monti. en gagement is anticipated in a short time without Kosccrans deems it advisable to fall back still further out of the reach of our big as well an small arms. Van Dorn and the indomitable Morgan, with Bachelor's Iarn. Notice to Subscribers. M' HI you find X, before your name on ,dur paper, pleaM renew your subw-riptjun, i it 1 notice th!lt thc timG iot w c U v,at been waia win expire in a, iew iij. . . . w f ,.- i . tkii,. itni. IWv f ashing IfMrinrs in roint of danmr (jL A Wry tlinKtu re in me -"".' vuv.. , ,3 win will be allowed for advertisement.-- ,,ai.intrv as well as strategy, are daily Trm $1 for a-h square. 1st inrtion ; oOvti T. , forT wbqu.utitt,.rti.n. . . harrassmg the vandals, giving them Articles of iinvth l.-n;;th, intt-nd'Hl t..r path- )0 res, matching their movements as ., mi'' ht handed in in tlio lorciioon to 1 . rjure'pucon "cxt d,u-. , ' stealthily as the tiger watches ita prey. , Obituaries, Tribute of neSpoct, and Funeral yy h;ivC n0 foarfi as to tj10 rcsul t Rnould inritanonschanwlaRftUvenise'wifitw, omnia. - ,, lnlli"0" iw.fii U a frini-nl fln crfuromPIl t . Oil- r- r- r i ...... ..mi npm ns i uuitMirii wv - r Advertisements of charitable ihhtitutiona tit ;inny waH never in hotter spirits, and Price- seem to be earrcr fT the fr:.v. . The Morgan Difficulty. ! Tmt ronHC,irtSnre,on at Fay. Wo learn hvm a soun-o wind, v.o, )p fiiAy . oBaofthc ril0K( (,nna doubt that Oen. ..organ had a ; j,,.,.., nil(1 J' IV ,Mfy dithC"l;" 1 10 tf nCm: I misnphistK.ated ,mv horn, wo ever met near Milton, lo miles orth-eai ot . . . ' t , filh f.onI(1 'Ill Willi. .11111 II I. " II I 'M II iratlunl (ieneral ami his ine-n made a , !t ..c V.ink'i bite the dust.. ar- lieu rs given in vur Times articl niurtlier jvpri io uhi ri.-t be held bv anv uned.-H' iiotter cuit od than our iVu-nd (Irav. Ifo the i r'uiht rihvi in the yi'iht place and no mii-1 ". aliel . , , ,, , I t:i-o. lleres t,n y'tir gooa neaitn. l)nr-tor. When wo conclude- to "branch 'Wpr7glad to lean, that tliO out" for I-v.'ttevilb-ngin we'll bo oer Funny and free are a bachelor's reveries, Cheerily, merrily passes his life ; Nothing knows he of connubial deviltries. Troublesome children and clamorous wife. Free from sutiety, caro and anxiety, Chtirras in variety fall to his share, Bachelor t, pusses ana V enus Kisses i This, boys, this is a bachelor's faro. A wife like a canister, chattering, clattering, Tied to a dog for his torment and dread All bespattering, bumping and battering Hurries and worries him till he is dead. Old ones are two devils haunted with blue . devile. Young onen are new devils raising despair, Doet'T and Mir combining their curses .idieu to tull purs:s and uaelieior s iare Through such follv, days once swoet holidays, Soon are embittered by wrai.gling and strife; Wives turn jolly days quite into gloomy days, All perplexing ana vexing one s me; Children are riotous, maid servants lly at us, Mamma to quiet us. growls like u bear; Poll v is equalling, and Molly is bawling, While Dan is recuHinjjhis bachelor's fare. When they are older grown, then they are bolder grown, Turning your temper and .'purningyour rule, Girls through fuolihnes-s, passion of mulish lies. Tarry vur wishes and marry a fool : F.ov will anticipate, lavish and dissipate, All that vour busy pate hoarded with mre; Then tell me what jollity, fun or frivolity, Ivpi.tls in quality bachelor's fare'' Negro Regiments in Virginia. Gen. Milroy, a Federal officer of tha John Brown sort, who unhappily for himself made the acquaintance of ,Stone.wall .Jackson last summer in Western Virginia, has at present under his command at Winchester a regularly organized regiment of darkies, said to he about b'llO r.tiong. This, it is thought, will make a fine prize for old Stonewall, and wo should not be surprised to hear of his leaving oil' his manta for wagons, commissary stores, 'e , and turning his attention henceforth to the contra band trade, lie is just the man to make it pay. His hoped that Kosccrans will bo accommodating enough to got up two or three black legirnen s in Tennessee and give Wheeler's "Jforso Marines" an opportunity for replenishing the Southern market. Negroes are selling high at present, bringing, as they da in many localities, from two to three thousand dollars. A full regiment of ' negroes would bring the snug little sum of three millions of dollars. If whee Van Dorn. or anv of our enter- prising guerrilla chiefs could make such a ten-strike, braco would go up from all portions of the Sunny South. Si'lma Rmoi'ter. Tei.nessee river is rapidly i-.;eodin, How truthfully can we now exclaim : ! Ooo us-'vvs in :v mysterious w:iy, i 'Il u,eN'(',r i prrfui tn '. We are inclined to believe- in the in-'ju-rpoMtion of Pivin" Providence have al way n believed thai Cod wan on the side of the Southern (.'otite leracy. ami tain tn trive the gentleman in question a call, f'np we admire him in a multi tude of re oot. Smith cotintr may well bo pi-mid of Kucha benefactor and true Lrent leman. We bad the pleasure of meeting n iili ( ' i Mt 1 . T.. T.r i t, n. f Favelte- rromthe Front. now that t ho Teiwio-soe is rynw leg , we are lb t.tl.e-re en n , at. Jieeherd, on Sunday ,uiiil!er nud beautifully eon v iiiirc.l more thot ongl ,i a liivinitv that chupes ne.r nid-. I'.iugU ie'w thrin r.v v.f wili. Yes, than -s be unt'.' the (iod of our 1-1 Fathers, ijotwithtainling we have I. a I sonio Awful rough hewing, in bhaping ileiit our course thus tar in contending I with the (Jcmo is that invade us by land Rand water, vet there t a inviiuiy mat f will make our paths straight and turn . - ; jthe tide in our ta'. or. I Priie God from whom all b Wings vi.ow 1 I la-.',. The Captain w.a-fresh out of the ( 'api!nl of the Cotifedei aey, and repre sents our people its beiiio' q,ii-e eheer fn! in the venerated old city. Kvery thing i" moving on tinely. f'atain lbitler is connected with the Conscrip tion Depart mont, and will make his Headquarters at Fayctteville. Ho i ft nice trent Ionian, good officer and will faitbfiillv discharge the varied duties of hi m'sion with credit to himself and the Government. Fkom M v:no By way of San Fran cisci the Northern papers claim to i Tat Sit i 'at ion at Port Huhson. i Port, Hudson, which is destined to be i one of the 'joints ot desi-erato contest .i !,.... ,rl pnm ii,i the West, is on the F..i.:t bank ot A geniiemaii, j uuwiihj . 7 . , . Nashville, says the Federals are un- the Mississippi river, about twenty tloubtedly evacuating Murireesboro. five miles above Baton Jo.ge. It is Falling back in the direction ot Nash-j on a very high nr.d precij-.tous bluH, ville; Uiatone half ot the army will! the ascent of winch, from the nyer, ck-e.t and home as soon as they are', has to be made by a rarrow, up hill, oaidoll Not having been paid any diilieult passage. aukee aceuunts s.ty bin- for months, they are entirely that the position ,s a very strong and destftute id' means to bu v clothing and formidable cue on the i .ver side ; that . , jcn-.es " i-i addition to rluj lieight and perpen- ''''"lU-M-rtH-H from the Federal arm v i dienlarity of the bluff, the river sweeps . . . i i . . . I ...... 1 1... I.H.,. n It I, .i i'.i t-ii r r o (mi p- .sav t s Utiown in the reiierai c;u.ip.- , i. i -..r. - that a laru-e Contedcrate ioree nas crushed the mountains from irgmia into Kentucky, and therefore Uosecruns ,,, t,..,,i- I,, hi eici into itie laeie-i rent that would b'-Ja serious disadvan tage to gun or mortar boats engaged in action. Port Hudson cannot be turned bv a cut-oil', as the Yankees lo inn niii i nil" t"-- i ., ... , . ...i :.. ti ,,,,, ,-.,., tn turn ic .111 r. i ho State In anv aspect oi me case u in!",lui"v' w , - o - now a conceded fact by every one that j current oi the nver there bears !.,.,.,., will not advance in this di-! strongly towards the hast bank. ,,i,;en Hd bv many that if he makes! l'oint Coupee, itom uhicli the xan- ' have news from the city of Mexico to l ftv.T Ito.. R. P. G ann a way, of the', " w Methodist Episcopal Church, delivered ; () (? y (.)Vn.iVy wh;(.j, represents a very appropriate Discourse at 1 ech-; Mexicans in good condition and frd with regard to observing the -liu a forward movement at all, it will bo bv the way of Columbia to Florence. Thou'h there tire no grounds, only- conjecture, for the latter conclusion. The truth is, a Federal torwaru move, kees are reported to I a o been driven hi- mil- tr-oons. is ciht or ten tniiem above Port .Hudson," on the opposite side of the river. Faussen river is an old cut oil' of the Mississippi, just below he truth is. a r eoerai iui aiu iuw.Mv . ,, ., in MidSlo Toino-Bce, at this time I'oint Coupee, on ho same s.de. Port one of the g rcatest improbabilities of Hudson h.a .no radroad eommu.ncalton, one. oi me le.iir i Lvnnr w th Chntoii.tl town in the the season. A reucrm -'' :.--,.,, anmi rr u mention i-ont in runnmir order through Middle' Tennessee, just now, would bo the eighth wonaor oi nit world. It would require moie force same parish, some tifteen or twenty miles hast or it. tfag" Desertions from the Fedora! tlav of Marb, a day set apnrt by our uicaii iiuu kmuu n.-.,.i..i. . . ' spirits to resist the march of the French towards their capital It is stated that thev have m their army at ruen.a wor d It won U requuw uiwio lun. w ---- - , . . h lth. There appeared to be evinced j tliitv.roIir thousand troops, and at the jirmch tceltng on the part ot me JUT ! t.-ltv ofi0xioo fifty thousand. Great jjfnc,and the speaker elaborated with ; V.. uus ,)cit)i, ,iiHp!:iycd in tho jacknoweledged zeal and power, urging j mam,ctniv (l war munitions. the absolute necessity of keijutig the' , - 4y sacred bv Fasting and praying to ! From MurfreesborO. I "V V 4 VU U MU ill eil bliw viiii----- - 11 t, I'-UI II i i oar Confederacy, our army and the 1 letl Murfrcesboro on last Sunday, that u : .. . -. . ..,t- ..... 1 i,rw. A'.inhen brio-ados loft that place. crave Sons ot the boutn in tue.r cuo.is r .. : va,,vlii tt . . on ,-)innia iiiuiuuii; iw to free themselves from oppression s i j08eC1.an9 is sending a great luiiiweui yuue. i r cmv.' ( manv jiersons inruugn i"i hhhj, 'n 'levoutly hope that every one will not i account ot their Southern proclivities. 'ail tO'Comnly with the Ctnot cxecu- ae oas uqTu j ; , i . ,, . ; ilv there of al their provisions and is Proclamation; let all pray, " : sluing rations to them Irom his and ginner, and our word for it, good , commiss;u.ies, and finding the rations Jill certainly follow. t getting short, has sent them through j !t0 our lines. ! oiiu season. Tho gardens, many of ! 5ragg to send Kosecrans a few of the i.. . .. .. . , I l ITnwm ahrittkera from this etn, begin to present attractions trmy ... could easily spare a largo nu rubor of them. J:6rf Banner, 2Ut. (Jf.n. Sam. Houston. Tho Houston Tele-Vaph, of the 16th of January, ac knowledges tfie receipt ot one hundred dollars from Gen. Houston and his la dy for tho bne5t of tho wounded of tho Galvaston fight. Tho General's health ia stated to. bo irapronng. ,.in..m the iob. The Southern army is not laboring under any disa bility at present. 1 1 S a in o anaj , anu wide awake, fully ready for any emergency. Tho South can never be conquered by men who equalize them selves with niggers. Let them como in any direction they may think pro per, we have the "biggest Bragg" in the world. Manchester True Patriot. froriuent. Not a day passes but deserters come into our linos at b red ericksburg. On Saturday night our sentinels were aroused by a noise in the river, quickly followed by several voices Don't fire" "don't tir." In a moment or two seventeen men deliver ed themselves up as deserters, haying eluded their guard and swam the river. They said they were tired of the war, and that there were hundreds in tho Yankee ramp who would come over to our side if thev could get the opportu nity. 'They repealed tho old story of deniorilizaL'e.n in their tu-my, nr.'J. on being asked when their army intended to make a forward m : cement, they re plied, very emphatically, "Never; our men arc toe ir.uch dissatisfied and in ,-, hnd a tiv to tiirht." The condition I'palat&ble. Irish r-otatoo tops aro vis k 'ble to tho eye; onions aro getting to ' extravagant in their growing pro- Mwvttiea; peas are bursting tovtu with I' alacrity from their beds of powdered j'sarth, and other vegetables are coming Hve flattering prcepocts tor an abofl- idniifA t aa 4m Un ViIa lino. gg" The groat Union meeting of New York City is described as having been largely attended, and very onthu. siastic. It was addressed by John Ijalv, James T. Brady, and that polit-icaU-hamoleon, John Van Burcn. I ho last, mentioned is reported to have said: "In any way, howover, I am for a vig- orous prosecution ot tho war, uuu lut ol oul. nnv t Sai 1 to be spienJid. sustaining tho Government ma .general. in j-j ;uui ;ri tiK, bt aBHAiilt on everv stronchold ot tho re- ...., n ,,(?! ,,,. tu., has bw,n in iisoou.u "" ..... -- o , , bollioti, and in n nty days tho peopio will bo astonished at themselves for ever believing that the Administration had such a wonderful strength as they supposed." Tuk Poor Soldier. It would often be better not to attempt to reward a brave action than to reward it at a!h A soldier had his two hands carried off at tho wrist br a ehot. 'Hia Colonel offered him a crown. "It was not my srlovea, but my hands, that I lost, Col onel," said tho poor soldier, reproach- fully. ot spirits. An oils ..or that has ten in the army since the war began, slates that never did he know our men to b in better trim for battle. Everything wears a cheerful aspect in camp. PkovIsion's, We h:u'6 hoard a suscstioa that if an ae-eount of the pr-.'vUioo tt'iek i:. thirt citv could be taken, it would iuar an hibit of quantity and variety that would ru mov the a'prehns:ons of a greid many f eft pie upon the subj-et f want to curie. (V.-jld it not bo done under the authority of thn Com manding General of th.t Departnicnt f Our belief is tlu.t there if stored an ay in tho rit7 flour, r'.e. .ir;ar iad ai"'ffs pti-uphti Veip famine from the door f..r man a !on; dy. Mobi Rjultr.