Newspaper Page Text
DAILY R LIjiIjIIN. Tltii WILL Of A PEOPLE KESOLVED TO BE KKEE IS LITTLE LESS THA N OMNIPOTENT." 'OL. 1- WINCHESTER, TENN.. APRIL 19.-1803. JVC nr. UUMiiU a: tiv .1. r-ili.-w L 1 1 it. x'j'oijricjior. in. l.jIO ))or month, it m. f Notice to Subscribers. iWuFN you niul X betoro your name on; i ... i i-ur paper, picas rui;w your subsonpt.ou. . 1 it is a none: mar me lime lor; m iiicii h X, r,....n riuii! u ill I rn- in il ten" iluvs. I EX? iv" j--- I -- " -.' jjaji. V rerv umJtd fpae in the lauy isul iia v ill be allowed for advertisement!; ,rms. $1 fit) for each s-.juare. 1st insertion; '.rts for t:ich subsequent insertion. Articles of nuieh U-ngth, intended f'or publi- f.uon, mi'st. ro nanaca in in tno iorinoou w r.iiire puruication next uav. 1 obituaries, In!nus ut r.esp.vt. ana funeral Invitation.- cl.arg.-d ft ad vcrti.iemi nts, but mar i ...icei and deaths published as Row j ;avttrwsi 'int'm.-i oi cuurnaoie iiisuiuiwua i ilf price. The. Twi'ntu-Second of April. Ucadors ijhoiil.l boar in mind that alter tho ii'Jd lit the present month Troaa'H'V notes Ksued prior to tlii 1st of Iect'mbor,i f-easo to bo turnlablo in eiht por' ;iit.. bonds, and will be ontilled to only H'Ven per 'cent. Tho "eiglit pv.-r cent, j ioiids are now at ok'ht per cent, pro ! i,ium in Iticlimona. ana will nno rap. Ei lly utter tho time for procuring them, i'H inMs.id. Thov arc ah-eadr in do-', '! 1 , , , ". " i i at,d lor bnsuie.Ms trasuctions oxter uil . lu Iho (.') i ted. .'racy, an. I t iK'lemana 11 t (,,.;,.,.. that Coin;r5 will refuse to clothe oily inereiisin All arties, there- iho I resident with, power to suspend the ha ..e who hold 'i'roastfrv noted of a date bi as, oorrmi. f resident Davii ii a. well titted, . ... tr tt.it l,uf f hi.iihir ivlictl.i-r . rnor to ttio Ukt Do.cnDci, ul . th t ;hey desiiv a pcrmatu-nL, orure ablo to he oa ot '-l.il use ol tho money only Ktereut bv recurin- the ei-ht per cent. f;M,d3, Winch are already worth cightv ,. , , ' j l.i.:US on every tuousaiu. , . uti-l no neccsMiy can oe mi A M k s ov Mahk !- M:ij. S. 15. Marks, i ju"": '" , Mo:it,oniery. la.t season sold l0,O0Ut.i- h of Pork at 10 cents; he ha? recent-! ypold 10,000 lbs Ot I'.acon at 25 cent-A, in.l let tho Government have 7,000 lbs !'ir NU V.ir Oil L.l L ' t n L Ull IM?;uicr. - . luo.jueoi and houtneni men eie i.ae ithis man Markd. Him devoLion to oar joaUHO is shovvd by actS-nOt bv wordl. , ... i . : ... 1 M-fi f ;.ir, cor.,.o .if nn find Sr.,i;,.n.,f k. .,!n!-.l p.-. ! . I , n v f , f t li o. "'"uu' , ' , i ;,. ;L 1'ivcmicn and children tie M widow, tho poor and the noccobitoiu h does not lie at hi: door. 1 ho. great S.n I Of tho South, as ono ot our Clergymen rcmarKOO i: sc. runu;i , i- inarm j.. - . tort'on-tho thirst for noney-the an- lori.on IHO Uiusi ioi '"'-"'V , ...ll I i ' I 1 n.,f i,-t.l lltlI I 11... ... , I I x gouiy greou ior guoi uwx , I punished US for it and will COtiticuo to 1 '111 Ro until ivi ronfflt, (ind Vfct Ol'Ill . li'I'he Nc.V York Tribune has a flouriahinf account ot a freat " oroaa , ... I riot it Kichmond," for tho particulars of whieh it ii indebted to Col. Stewart, ' ,ul..o.)ii...i:... ..:,..( ITriW,..! ui uiu iiiiiiiuiaiiiiHii.itiu,, .... ..i.v.t States officer just released by tue L-Oli- federates. Col. fcj. savt ho witnessed r,n c l,: ;o,," irliwl.w- Thn iui, ii u .11 HIS Hi ian " i ... - 1 i i,m, j 1 4 1 'PI : M . , and women, who were armed. dn"'i j broKo open the (iovernmcnt and pri. jvate Stores, and took bread, clothing 'sand whatever elso thev wanted, 'lue; militia were ordered out to check the not, but failed to go. Jell Dans anrt ; Other high officials made speeches to : tltO infuriated women, and told them! ri . . . . , ' ., . .1 they should have what thoy wanted, , Vl,Cn thcy b0Cam0 Calm' i . VA, J.no unariOBton oouner sa.ys me second anniversary of the surrender oi , Fort Sumter to tho Confederate au-, ri r i y . "t . 1 1 - iy,13th instant. It was not celebrated ! bv t . v in Vnvt Sumter, ae-! j .v,, ianavvo ... , oiaing to promiso ana progi .uiunc, bat it was properly honored by tho per sons occupying that Fort and by their friends in tho citv. The writ of ouster Served by. the Yankees against the the tenaots of Fort Surater has been rosiatod on good legal grounds, and an appeal to cannon law, and it is confi dently beliovod that Colonel Alfred fthett will bold possession until re. lieved by some power higher and bat to than a Tankeo edict, "TIk fiul tliut Mul;s INo tsility. la ancient time when fnuilal state Was ell the untaught serf doomed great When tilt.; were won where fair one sate Eebukiug imbecility When the stout arm wu valued most. And sturdy spirits power could boast, To rule rtahn, or rout a host, Might geemed to be nobility. And when of ehiralrv frown tired, The world with love of wealth was tired, And brute strength in arms expired Of cunning and servility ; Tho patient plodder who could best Kenign hi claim to peaee and reat, Got geld, or rank, and thiu wiu blest SVith what looked like nobility. J'.ut lawless force has been laid low; 'Wealth' power ruust meet its overthrow ; And f.eason, musing at tue blow, Shall, by her prand fertility , flan greatly for the poor man' good ; f rove human kind a brotherhood, And make it owned felt understood, That blood hath no nobilitv. Look up, then, thou who art oppreed liv th V3 whom !rt'.ine hath caressed Who have thy bosom oft diitr.'.sed By sland'T and scurrility ! I. earn" all thou canst : bo Heaven adored; K.-ii faith ; w hate'er the fate ntl' r J Enjoy, ami truckle to no lord: Ti mind that makes nobilitv. Sh.,lfiniljftn nf t Sr. TTil,oaa HrtmiiR. . r agt.;e ith th Aagurta Constitutional- ist in the tallow in; extract : Wi) J ?(;(J indicatl0i,9 i,.adlRK u. prhiiMv. ui an uft ardent aarnirrs tJiiirn. , j,,,,,, V;V-his IUl,Hralio,ii wi,dlm and aspect f.f tli,ri;,,ltJ o( a oitl7c.n, ,0 0, intruste-l with j ulliintitd powtr over the tibe.-tie of thepw,. I . . . ... .i tor. as irresponsible us th, Car of Ku,ia, and to no man. even it one could be fund with j the moderation, wisdom and patriotism ut a Washingtoa. cubf sueh a power t,; be given, : iwy rs, unu.-rsrana j of An1" as corpun, or; ' a.Pi, ',., .,,.,,,,..,-. of its sust.en-: pion. A.y person restr'ain.d of his liberty, i has the right to have thecal f hi imprison- i ' , !:. i'i- . ..r .i. ki...;..., t... ' - ; rr . . - , U1HV il-li U I C .llilti.' m n.n l-uu. ihm -i ur- , -j IulVri((f r,nirtfv,P a wril, directing i Uw ,on h.tvini, t!l8 pri,oner in custody to ; bring ,uch peron h,i2 ,ch Judge or Justice f..r nnrna.f, i,f Tftmlr.ti.in into the cause . of sue h deteii I io n. Every per.on held in cus- todv ilWallv, or without due form of law, is :e3tltled t0 wri, and upon examination if it !)lluu be found that the prisoner w detained i wIthoilt legal cau-e. he may be discharged or ! A: sumcient cause appear ae may oeremanaeu , ut- nil 11 16.; IO III 11. i - - - - --- . , t 1Iw (,f ,llM TJ'ftTiaor? of the Tf;1 J na. Mrnuj is manitest. Persons gmltv of - . . ,1 ' n0 om.m. may be. irnprisoned tor any tengtn : f)f time at the will of any one powerful" enough I., iioni ini?ni. ii in ia.,v. a. nuiii-Tnwi ail lll. ("I l.ii'iini , iiunii'-. ... .... i,iirti, ki,m rtonrul nr fihtiiin ii trinl. Hlid the lt 1 .. V.. now ll.l'A,.. 1 TIT, .-Uffl f Kl, personal liberty of every person is endangered, . .. .... i a. . a Everv petty otticer ot mo uovernm.ni can iv - rannize.unrestrame.l, over any citizen, ar d can f'1 rf? '.i "tS'ZllS k;,,,, ;l p0W,-.r :i too great to tie entrusted Is too great to be entrusted to any one man. no matter how'great may boot confidence that ho will not misus.Mt. The; ma v bo no dancer in in vesting f resld fnt I av our ere is . .. i . . . witn tne power, nut nia successors may on less ,ir.iil.na li. f , f triom till TO fihoillH ' O 1.1111111.11.1 m.fcll , .11 fc.1V... . . - few nrecedents as ruissible. and his atrents may constitute themselves petty tyrants in every district r f the Confederacy." TUe Confederate Loan. Some of wk exchanges are racing that a Contederate ban of fifteen mnltr.ni of pounds -rling has been taken in London a,i fans at a imall premium. If this ban va anoin - Me t0 tho Conflderate cvnt il " a11 "f'- ve no cause for congratulation. As xre understand it. the loan is taken a cot - fon prtlncat(,3. Our Government agrees, upon u, part( to deliver the cotton at fourteen cents pound, at any Confrderato port in our posses- lignato, in paymentot the bonds. Cotton at!) ttllfi tuU(J ,s. worm Uf m .,0, iaifl-v 53 . . ' 1 ( . a U . .!.!... cents or twice as mucn as wo get tor it Dy tais we "would dislike, above all things, to see all or a very largo portion of cjr cotton, now pb hand, in the poesession of the English and French at the close of the war. We repeat, if there was aa imperious iee sitv to raise this money, we are glad the Con federate Oo ernnaent's wants have been sup plied, but we hope the necmtj will not exist hereafter to be met by a similar arrangement, but that some other financial scheme will.be devised to reduce our currency iad keep up our credit, A'nc-rTHte Rtgiiier. TELE G' KA'I.J X-l I. O. 1 - ;-. - , associated rp.E.vi DUi'VH'ues. j - r"rr.wjJ i EIGHT BOATS PASSED VICRSBURG. ..-., . OnC Buriied Ulld TWO Disabled! , . . Canul Ifceport. UICHMuN'l), Aril 17 (n'tVt Lnotrt ti-,ln".' M'.- IImI'-. W.'A w. .. , - , , , . . na.ijd to distdaco from the iJuurtcrimter and r Coran-.i.ary departmont.-t ill cl-rka liable to military duty, and detail a t::rki J'uallod soldierit. The. Houfo bill, pt$od early in the session, to repeal certain clause. of theExe:npti.-u Act. wai taken ui) and amended by tl; suttlutlon i ot the clauses in tho Sv nate E.vn.j.-i.'n bill ro llating to overst-erJ on plant it", '..s. farther j amended by incorp-.-rating th- pr.- ei.-ion of the'Conf.-rr.nee Exemption 1:11 r.r...r!.-u ye. j terday, except the paragrnphrdativ-.-i to u I so. rs, An. In thi.1 shape th-- I -ill p.i-'.-'-d, ' after a loug debate. I Valuable information, and very lucid. - J Eli. liULLETIS. JACKSON'. April 17. Eight boats passed Vickr.burg lust n:ght One, was burnt, two disable.!, and five were puccew.ful. It is rumored that the Canal frm Miilik' n's Hend reached the MiL-aippi ntar 'i.v Car thage. iug batterie opposite 'ick.burg. Vi.-.k.bur,; to be attack-d in ten dav. All t ej or,im.j tjin.,,.,rt. SMftv.f.iiir Kf.ini!itir Iii.'Lr.iil luri Foiaiufs y " " and negroe,. l,lt M,mP u tor e k-ourg. , papers allowed ti.-lciw ( mio. y,,.,, fort;t-vl. Kaieigh. north ..f Mem ,i ti j .. . if . ....A P.. I im' i..iij ui hi.,- m i.-nqoii. .:i;uim..i i..n- lot in have be.cn arrc.it d, and th.'ir pipers mis- ,, ' i"1' KICHMtiN I, April 17. House passed Exemption bill reported "a vfus,ioj.l. fr..m thf C.wninitten of Confer- ii - - ,r0(. " ' ' d A m tj all,jW ho,.liwl ftl. ,.m. A; pas.,.dablU oallj, U , Jouu;i.. " "" " ' dollar per day. Xhe IIouso adopt,d the following device for . of i(, (;o lf,.,1(,ilte S;al.,,: .u.trian " "l . . , ,. ' , . , ' ... portrait ot V nn.gton, M.opo u uo u ic monumein hi i.ieuo.o.,, , m.. u.,,..,.,,. ........ . products of the South. Mc-tto, V dn.-,- an ...Mill n-nmith ri ir1 no--(-l1 C lli'HV OT I in HPriimuur.ii j House went into secret a.'.- jion on Tax bill I'ONCITATOCLA, Aprii 17. The New Orleans Era of th-i 11th has the j following : 1 rr-i. . -I .... v -. ., . ; ino capiurf.il ram viiiluii ..I iu oe.M '- , jtroyed thia morning at 10 o'clock by our j gunboats, on dram! Lako. The crew w,s cap- ! tured. Tho eunboat Diana is in a verv tight place - probably captured or destroyed. The Nebcin evacuated tln-ir works a! Center- ville last night, and retreated up the Teehe. It is expected the Rebel forces will be cap tured. The enemy are now between troops of (ien fj rover and Oen. Emery. Gen. (J rover succeeded in gaining the. r.ar of th iiieiny, i.ti1 u.'.', irtronr.t tKe.r T.ti t Tl:iv l.-f'f ! their(,,injI and ammunition behind them, whi.-h ; v. ia.l,n into our hauK , J ALkoo.i, April i . . j N,.Wi from M,mpll;s RavB thirteen regiments : have been nent to Mission: to act a cavalrv. . . , ... ', 1 orinm is repone.i to o-i .urr.eiy rein.orceu ! Thirty thausand have been xent there via Ten ) uei'-ee river. j in.s y fl ; h do.A.n rhe M i; fcvpi Two transports and one gur.bop.t let's 1 - L - 1 0,. 1 t ..i. il . tr.i. : 011 uiy 1,,,u' u'm M,vcn UOft7a on lM l"ul A Ihtfp cavairv foree milled Memnhis. tun- j ' The MiMissipn is tailing two feet a day at. I Memphu. Fall unproeedented. 1 JACKSON, April 17- A special to the Appeal says the Bulletin and Arcrus have been suspended publirhiEg the Cincinnati Commercial's cn aure of Grant. VICES 8 PEG, April 17. 1 Pome eight cf the enemy's came down at 11 o'clock lut night. Heavy firirg was opeued b? our replied to briskly by some of tho boat. Ono boat was Gred by our guns and burned in front of the citv. Others, including tw tf 1 to be disobled, none now in sight but. cne "rt- The Yankee lattery on tfaa I'enin- Hula opened on the city. At nine n'clojk. th'u morning ih tiring still cnutiuurd. iLilVi ilL-'D.SO.N, Anru 17. Kutiny'i itpps-r fleet retnrned above hay-jj Sara have .it-pped at fair.t Coapeo post office, and return.-! If.;. -a tak-.-n. on their waydo.vn coiiiinitted r.o d-prvOAtions- L-'Wcr fleet uuict. . ,' one ve..Hel in sii'h' V1CK."I'.C1;G. April 17. Four prhtonen from boat sunk lasl i.igbt, br...ug.'it in to-day, say that the transport Jlenrj Clay v.a:-i sunk barued the Lafayette, whLh was al.ui sunk by our Imtt. ri.'S. TU' remain (ier of the e-.jpo.'tlti .n came dow n to-night. Th I'tttt.-rv on th' IVain.iula ceased tiring late that aftraoou. No damage d 'no. JACKSON. Apr',1 1'.. General Stevenjon reports th-it the enemy' ba'.ti-rii-s operating on Viek.-sKirg opened tire un th;- morning of the 17;h with twj f hir? v ?. j.ouad.T farr.'t guns, three r&.st-ma'es en tiri-. v,;r3 viiible with the tcli-s.'or.e. RICH. MONO. April li. St.- an pr.. ; . i 1 r guiibou':', one of im-t'e sire, illl.'d wi'.h tooi.ps, citii i up York river Thurs lay , tho latt-r went up the f nmunk'-v river About a mil! above U est Point, cur artillery opem-d, doing freal damage, at th end of the a-.'tion she was g"U.-:, ott with great il.ffii'u'.ty. Tho groan and screams of the wounded wsro li-ard ui.'.tinetly at Wertfoint, It-rs w.:u? down the rnr pr, i The f.Kfn: n..!:e..i, A Yankee naval ol!ie-r at New Ori'-ins, write to afrioi.d.anJer dae . f March ' 2 fill, as follow: i'.ut n-r is wa:.t...l nre Hs'ain. ,v icsjion par- ; ties arc vwy lommnn, kii.1 are conducted in open delian.e of ndlitary law. A few evening 'sine-, apart v was given to the cfliccrs of an Ensrlish sloon-of-war, and.aiuong other things. ! ,h;Au,,ri' R wasKpread und.r the supper i i.iinr iD .1 1,1 ui.iir. I'Mii, t:i ii" iiou ' lit inr.ii I lff it I'nh.n men, or more proper lv Lnu.-.l r'taics (luvernmeiit emiiluvees, an- becinnintr . . w!l" Wl1 ' "t ''r ,h" M tlag are beguuung to depa.r.whilo th accused rbcb are U-c .n.i.g more conti- u im.. . . , , ," ,. ,' . , ;, i'.C JiUt vrddOTl.n 13 a point oi Idstory, remarks the Maeott Telegraph, wt,i,.J, no tniblie iournal should omit. . . n , M.Ki.-ullo ovation to hutler in " ... ..... her grandenc hall crowded with six thousand men and women composing the elite of her population and that, this Ibul-mouthed scoundrel burned with the pillage, of a detenselesd peoplo - with all the crimes) that cyer di.- raced a f.don with the execrations a ot every press iml public man in . Kur0po, :ind proved to be a thief and KCoundrel by a portion of tho press in New York city that this vulgar and bloat od impersonatiou of human de- piavily and crime has boon accorded a lotu fiitch as L'iven to Kossuth, tho Jap- anese, ami tiiu i rmceoi ivaies. over lemembcred. .vc. I'.e it Axothur Yankki: Gl-NltOAT Dkhtp.oy l;n. Early ei-terday morning heav firiii'j; wat lioard in tlie'camps near tho citv. The report came from a north easterly diiveticnj and lor a time it was believed that tho Yankee iron dads were again indulging in "targot practice" in Charleston harbor. About eleven o'clock a dispatch from Chariot; ten explained the cannonading by in forming us that Con. W. S. VValkeji. with his light artillery, had attacked and destroyed a Yankeo inmbout in f v,0 (',,r)!, .lW r;VCr. not far iVo'tU Coosaw- hutchie, fioautort T iy trie t. South Caro- i:0 . Y'-.mnt t V. - " CTho Louisville Democrat Says ! Fred. DonMiss niado a speech to a .Memphis : largo concouniw of blacks of Philadol inded for 1 phia the other, day. Tho papers re- - port ranch enthusiasm, but, notwith standing it all, only fire sables conld bo induced to enlist. JLhe Abolition istst have a hard tite- in getting Shb bo to fight.