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d"v ... Uli "H ATT V ... JiUUU J. uii'i i f or Sir: THE WILL OF A PKOl'LE 11KS0LVKD TO UK r'KEK IS LITTL Llh-M THAN OMNIPOTENT. WINCHESTER, TENN.. APRIL 1G, 18;.J. "''VI; (, nm-,,,. , .1 v i NO. v-i us u $nUctiu. SLATTIilt, JLVoprietor r ft x. .k g j cap pu g. TCI Uolj 'J one "y re. i arj '' u 'Ittim ii. -0. To em : a ft to . . i -! -4 (Notice to Subscribers. vou yt Ipforo soar r.r,mi: :i iif tilpii.w rtiii'Mv Viiur 5!;bf motion. Planting Cotton. The following pertinent remark on this .subject so interesting to tho com- . inunity at this crisis, was taken from j a, recent communication of T. 0. Sum mors, I). 1)., of Alabama, to the South ern Christian Advocate: X have liortr-I with alarm that many of our planters intend to plant Cotton this coining season ! If in stead of putting oar trust in God, Hit Gen. Beanresard to his Troo'03. ) J 1 A . y j A.--,, ' 'I A I' '. i 1 ! m.-l'AVCH !.,. I nonce taut 1 1 1 um; ior v.uru o. Lftid will fXDiri; m a lew iiuvs. bu a i.ouM mr luiverusiTiunu , . . v j r n , - f,U fV.r each squfiiv, insortii:i : u? luutcasuij"; uur uwy uauanons each .subsequent nv.er'jn. m snort, fiotning on tno prmciplo that ricll suom'i in'iii lirnji inyii. in l?-Lof tnaoh I-ngth, iiit--nJ..l for publ!- ' ("J0d, wJicn earncstlv invoked, helps HIlil ste.i nlj. u. t. i. . ...i . i.i. . i i W Will) It 1 I II nS ' VP1) U'A -i l-n ET7it;c,,anJtn.!ral pending on tho broken reed of vl nScharpod ; a.l v'rti-;-tnnts, but mar- i'uropc, ana looKing 10 a ,ju(ttl recon llj d'ftth.'i Duhli.ihivl as u"vs struction, a union with our dear breth- aritablo in.iiitmioi.'.s roll cf the Northwest, including sur-h cordial friends as Lincoln, ChasoriJoso trans:, f.r.int, et id omneyenus then we aro ruined. Just sujipose, wo achieve :i not her glorious, for it was glorious hut barren victory over Uoseerane, and 6 he Tight at Charleston. Ijarrepoudcnt of the Savannah F,iciin thus alludes to the attack 'rharloston : riciinflict was witri's.-ted by then N of spectators from t'.ie Uutlcrv IT r A DQU A I'.T K R.-, Dkj'AKtmknt of So. Ca., Gi.. a.v; CiXARI.ttiro.v, S. C, Ajinl I lieneral Ordtrt, Xu. (. rtii . j-. . .i l.if'iw..,,...,.'. i' j'lu. i lie t ominauaiag ucii'Tul is rruti- ' 1 ' 'ju tied to have to announce t tho tnonith" ,ticc wt L'vni:;i;s:..:y .!. tno following joint resolutions unani- j f- Al, Ao:n bill :o v.-nt fj-.r.i 1 in mously adopted by tho Lcjjisiaturo ot Q';tormn-:t-r t.-i (...un-.l.-s-.r.' !-.'.itvtaiM.t tho State of South" Car:,iiaa'J obn.lnimr, ut'.dcr l-!.,. 1(!-.-t -r.c,., :i:in,...i- u liesolvcd, That the General Aem-1 l:' : -Tv;tx tr..v-r.-. if.L'.'lICtJ '( I It 1 lily ret. oses uacounueu e tho ability '.'and tkill cf the Corni.-ian-ding General of this iooartireiu, an ! 1 r.vx!.;!);r::;, A;,r;i u. OR i 1 eit.Wli:-.!!l in W.-tcrt. 'ii-.rir.i.i siiiuitio, mi iu i.-io3.-,ii.ii vi '"', t', ,. .,.n .o.Mt,,.f.v ...1N..-,, :VH r.u-:it, fa 'ii" !va; l , i'v.r; w back our vindictivo foes " iiesolvod. That his Kxceliv-r.cy tho Governor be instruolod to commani-i cato this resolution to Gen. Ik-auro-j v. iv! oiil".;rc (..(I'.irt of t:i iMi ihj ci.:i.iir.i v"jt fi ii' riu'iny c; ; l . ,'n. , lib ii a y i'ir l!!h:lil!a!s ut ii irr'i ;in i i !!'! t'lKi;:.; to Ln" iV. Soldiers! the 'yes of our rountrv-! ! men are now turned upon you on ti:e eve of the second Himivor.-arv ot thot 13th f April. 1861, when the y.ver-! uflt "" I'-iib.: u:.J ;' oitrntv of the State of South Caroiim-1 ,,v!'11' nud e:4. flow "WiiillnU. uiiii : : !..'!!'.iib.,lti v!.i h i . was triumphantly vindicated within j la.le and irom the livuso ton tho vast throng there R5'etn I did not encounter ouo u ho f J Miy doubt as to lh.J result. It magnificent spectacle. The white .( r-moko issuing lrom the port to muko. to! tunes, when retire lrom JUtddie leniies.-'CO and -North Alabama sunnoso the navi."a- ti-n of t!io M isrissinpi between Port til0 harbor which we are now to Hudson and Yiclcsburg should bo taken from us where are wo to get corn, to Mty nothing of moat, with which to fjed our armies ' :ic;e. Talk about raising cotton, smuggling with Yankees, and trading with Europe our gallant : has carried out his iriiicioks consis.encv and (ictcrrmuanun , .... - . if the ironclads with a tcngi.o soldiers and their IioIdIchh families arc ifrin the centre, the aolemn .wt.ltz itbsolutelv threatened with starvation! up by these huge monster as )0es not evrv bodv know that the r wheeled past the torts, the ran - fjc festoons offniolco that garlanded loads of the forts, slowly tloated I Jodie north, the lurking of Jo-incli liii mill fifr 'U,! f lie. i:!'fM"l llOO'llihi'" i titanic gu.'.s engaged in tlnj Ud, the apfiearane; ol toe (.o.ited- b ranis, C'hi'-.oru ana l'it.i:".':tto U btcaming miergeticany up ana in their chosen lighting position. kulent city, and tho breathless mui- k who crowded its house tops aim pFiemuie, nuiae up ;i sj.-.c-.io ;.l b grand and imposing. .. . . Hon. Ben Wood's Spocch. (Era," tho Gdiitlanouga correspon- neuiy. PKi li!.irni; iu.n.. r.i' llii 'H'Mnii im t I i . ' A hi T;; .'i.?:!! 7th instant tho stranded, riddled; '" ' ' wreck of tho iron -mailed Kcokakherjteil ,h-u,i ntr-ut b allied coadjutors, forced to retire ho- j but the .....n..;a,i r -tiu-rifi i.i c l yond tho range of our gu.'is, l.uve in-j tIL Khi.s ; o.V spired conlidence in the country chat) All -juh-t. A i'..-w Lh'el-.a.i.-H our ultimate sucoss will bo complete-. Lt,.:t-:;.i if, d.-tivj-d this m .:-tiip"f-An inestimably precious charge has ! wilJ. )lCir,,-,0l- a,,n. s(r,., : l ...r. i ,.i ... l. :ii, - -' ........ uwii ijoiiu'uu io ui iv-eeiMiii;, n.i everv rcuaiiOo on vour I!.-'. tlK- ' j.--, to hi?, ca ,-i V; !-. (),;: f.-.rcci .1. 1 i'V: four UtV.ti j; : !.;, rt.ne nl i.i .r. L-uui.irki'fl ut i duwi; t!:- Karia l'e!l t l'lev:.;!!. :: !i am.i 'j'-r ef tiie i ' In v took l't i I.'tsi -i aa.l Ji-s !'ir'i!i! of .iter : .V 71 :. mi..t ,! vtv mi'.it ih: ..iTa'i' ttti :nrt 10 manliu nl am AjT.'i i;:. t.. -b.-..r. A t:: pjurmuJn '.iwrunii-nt. RUILMOM), A;.:il 11. rard. tc.irtal crisis is on us. loes not every bn.iy know that Lincoln, lrom the he u;imi! with which 1 hope wiil be imitated by those who control cur lortunes: ihe strur- I r - gi'jufct hciore us is awlul. He must move Heaven and earth fur aid--bv J Heaven, I mean God; by earth I mean ; the soil: and tho oniv wav in which1 that can he!r us is hv Bunnlvin" us editorial article on the movements of with lood. Jle is the true patiiot who will make ten, not two, but ten htalks of corn grow where only one grow before iiaise enough cotton for seed, or the like, but not a lib re more ! You can pay your taxes in corn as well as in cotton. Let the reticent, selfish enduring patriotism I'y command of G''n. 'leant' (Signed ) Thomas J uida.v, Chief of Stall'. OmciAT, :J Jxo. .M.-Uxv, A. A, (r. Lamentations cf tho C-iat.nuc. The Herald contains a vcrv trioomy N'.'mt r.i.i i hlrily oi ro jui d lo-d.iy in isi'i.-. iiit; Liil ( Cut'fi.-'' ;tt" -.-.-: ai'"i t lu'U, iat.rfL-St r! i-ri-'Hiii,-;; in itit.'l of !!,.; Tie Tux.-.n.l ii.'ii bii.U iii-i. now .TiJirg b-:icrv Corn f (JoatVroi...',.. I i . i , j t-brrujih t'i:rtii(' eni:-;!i.'- jbiil io.-t;M.t'il iniiil t..f-r.-i.T: -':,- If.iOc,' i:,e I 1 ,. ;o i. -1 ... .. .1 'ol all tho speeches North am it that have been made against the oln dynasty, and for peace, that fllon. lien Wood,- of Now York is boldest, the noblest and the, Irank- He purges p.eaco at all hazards, jideiri which the u shriek lV-r In ion" )s omitted and ignored. I knew lion wood when a bov. L' was bom at ftorlcston, South Carolina, and al ways Tls tru.3 to his birthright. His manly tso, as editor of the New York illy News, won him great distinction i oolebritv'as the bold rdvooate of K-liberty of the press, and the sup- rter ot constitutional rights, no A3 even when a boy a deep thinker ifla great reader; mild, yet, bravo i'l dctonnincd, generous and nome 'Wted. lu the scale ot will have cotton, they must rccogni. our Confederacy, and thus, perhaps, hasten the termination of the bloody tragedy wo are now acting. We must absolutely make every edge cut. Lin coin makes evcrvthiiiir bend to the crciguty of our States the Federals around Yieksbtr.v- It' iays that the Yazoo Pars and Peer Creek Expeditions, as wei! as ihe ffoi ts to rcduco and pass tho batteries at j Vieksburg, have ull proved ir.i.-crabie! fa' lures: and that Farrai'Ut has eaincdl nothing by the passage of I'ors jludsou. The Herald says that tho month oil March, in which Lincoln and Hailed and Stanton promised sucli ar-at thiiigs i for tho Union cause, has pass..', audi nothing whatever has been accomplish ed. Vieksburg still stands; Port Hud-: son continues- to hurl defiance ; Pica-' j -.1 ii j'ur.t. ns.il'ith.j' ii.vhiri:ie 'icirlial law ou ia ih ( h;i arlitiur si:.-jii'L;:;.,: .f all tin; l.i',o, .vaA rill . ten iv inn. it .-u.t ueaei CoM'.J.'ful ."'t ilt- ..r in io y ,i.:im-, only by viri-.ie of itish.tivi: authfrity. Th eill 10 reg-Ia- ? lii-rv.-'iMj, t i ! A R! Ail qui.-t, h.-m to-t:'it u.tii'.i an. i. hi aw. i l.-: mi 1 aii 1 hi-itln-on I I.-Ln-J in .fi.-.i-h-rabl.- f..-.v. rnotcct-dhv a few nits. All hi.- :.:.: :i e ts hav.) h.'i't iliirf i Uiiisii a!o j;assi-il a V KiS!;ti;''i. .hl.-yi OX, A;iril 1 !. .. I'liit i-neiro- occupies i, J a separation and recognition of tho 8ul,joction o- the South' and tho aboti-imond remains unbanned; Savannah. Moieracy, that there may be peace. o. slayftr . we mu3t makc every-1 lias not yet been attacked ; '.'baric:;!. on Mho only speech that has yet. been U). bcnJ Q thfl dofeiico of our insli. j is yet uncaptured, and Mobile has not 4dem which the shrie.c loi- In ion tutiuIia our Ii0m03 an(l altars tbo H07. j fallen, while Kosecrans and H ;oi;er have mndrt no advance whatever lor I three mouths oast. vii'initv. H:i:Siii:!t(j, April II. Ail qnh-t )ii-re. On,.- triin.-.nrt, with ti-u.-py, h-t't tlij tl --it .hi.- iaciniii!r. M itiiy tati an. I a do.i-n tr.i'i.-j.' 'ils -t:!i it. JACKOX, April 11, tlranr and S'ler.-iuin 'i i.t on bonnl 1 1 1 .: llaj;- -1:.. ...: v T -...n. Af.... !.,!... V- ;.. dith'U ha.; iron.- io: Cauhitt the Dkvh.. We have often heard of fights in which one side or Hie other was said to have "caught the d I," but the light between the Yankee, iron-safe- and our batteries in Charleston harbor, is the only instance that has ever eome to our knowledge in which both bides may bo said to have made such a capture. The iron- l.Mi-toned cl:u! vc,, curtainiy very roughly O . . 1.11.1 1- I . 1 Jlmcinles he is far superior to his uauu eu, am. our oyj m upiuiu other, Fernando ood, who noops ;uv ,l3'. ..' ,'! Ii UV"- (temagoffuium. As a contrast to UAUUU M9 Wood's epeech. a great "loyal- U-i." -wanna .ews. meting was held at New York, at the - ' foper Institute, on .tho 20th ult., Thk PotAs'i R evolution. The led- nore tho ex-Congressman, ex-general, erala are row comlorting themselves on Cochrane, stood side by side with -with the idea that the Polish revolu- I'fl black-hoarted traitor, Con. Ilarai!- tiou brings to an end all chanco of ) of Texas. This ia tho same Puri- intervention by i ranee m American lI inidelJohn Cochrane who was in 1 affairs. While this , is tho opinion in Democratic Convention at Charles- Yankee land, the opposito theory has I'D, and whoso low blackguardism, on been 6tarted on our side, that French j 'at occasion, caused the ladies to leavo ; diplomacy had, in fact prcparod tho j 'Q hall, while tho beast was severely j Polish and Hungarian mind for this ! -bilked. In his late speech, thr-.at.cn- revolution, at this particular time, in (: g to pulverise the South, he .said, " wo order that Russia and Austria might iuat show that wo are not demagogues hve- work nearer home at the moment ad traitera' That would bo harder j when tho Emperor might' provoke r. j. . i ., i . . ii ,i. . c l. ' i . . ! - ... . i . '.i. iV.. Vn.l r r uo tnarx " paiveriBing vuo uuuui, ; ncimiie reiauoas wim m lauiksj uuv p like tlo ass in tho lion's Bkin, there ; ornraent, in .the prosecafion cf hi; Gold has advance ! in New York 10S, ami the Herald tl.i:, to a higher figure than eve F no mistaking tho animal, zaask mm j'youwill." 8Pi.TL wenthor is glooaay. fwi are ti!l riiing. The water his j American commercial policy, aad his political views in Mexico. 7hoznow6f European politics is all strategy, and this would not bo out of keeping with such a system. to s it will go . Tin- mer chants in New Yurie having Lid in ( very largo stocks of goods, and p.dd 1 enormous premium for gold to met' their engagements cannot Hand idly ' by and see the premium decline. ('"'. ton is also rapidly advancing i . New York, the scvon thousand tales promis ed by the Lccr Creek J.xpedittoa hav ing failed to come to band, The rate at which Ciias- is no ., striking oif Federal Trea-i-.ry will swell tho amount by .'vee is' ': 1000 millions. ; if! .ii.oo:i ljiiivo I'.x Mi..i.'jj!ph Forty t f - " ii i. .r! j. rOi. : :r. " i r-i . . it 1 - hvh''1 r " ' ' - . J M ;:jij hid sliu-'! titi- fi.nrtli. .JACKSON', MISS., .April 14. A Urj. II rt n'jiu iioovd Viehsburj; ei'pp :d 1 1 I. ' t-:oi;-) urt.-, ;.;! re oi" i -t!, d::.'.:it ; .irirec-:!!' r ay . Wild, r's itrifiih- r-Mrn d v.iih I.tc . .":'i'.y con'r-ibainb shot and - "...:ul o!' en cl- shuvl ia Yiink.-e i Mil, :-li:.li ', bun;"; nai:'.; ".!...!. .0'. i llii'UOih! : !. 1! I il CAI1K.I, ,r.l x ticg.v.:.''! thinks i. .',' to ta.-r.,' .:. i: : tho .! u.a: :.r.i-ru- Trr; "Irish liaiiiAm:." A communi. ; cation from lirig. (Jen. ilnah-r, to the J to Yankee Secretary of War. urci that I da; . i i. . . nis comraaiiu inuy ue 'ie:n porarir, a c. ?!; . J I. .HI, it plain V"iU 'J was W h'O sila, r.s.e, :.:... ce but a ehort true (ill S'.'1-vl 1 u-idcr him i.i 1: the c i e : ; ot the est, ana a l jv. ss later his old ordiumeo major took i.. illy Jiuuiuaoiu,. VOUf.p.r.ic or n f-1 .-. lieor-, 'mm fcUeM !r i ; r i . -. . relieved from duty in tho licid," L; lin.llr o!ft or,t.r3f , ,atac!: the published in tho Northern, prints. j t ncry -at oneo v.i furiously ' whor. From his figures, it appears that the ; ever they Ced him. three original regiments of tho brig-; ' ade(theG0tn,83th,andC3dNewYork;,!A bi!, ha. Jflr8r left the city cf New York "laity 2,L'oO j Assembly providing that any mulatto strong, including two batteries of; coming into that.S'tato, and r'Huaiir.rig ten 'JavH therein, shall be transported three officers and lliO mo each." Theao threo regimcTitr-, says tho re doubtable ifa-ar, now lun&ter 91 ofii oers ar.i 531 enlisted raen, ) told ! Total number of missis g) 1,71?. to ii'Lt-ray or s Indies, who:' j j mo Inland of tho West .very doss rot exist. , :.!,':" it:" ' --ovornor to pav . . iivt c.A-eo ng r : !oi' - r h "t t. 0, 1U tacit 'A l HIWHI1.IHI