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v DAILY ITT TT A JULY "T1IK WILL OF A PF.OPI.K KF-SOLVKD TO KK FKKK IS UTILE 'LKSS THAN OMNI POT! NT." :'r".fA: WINCHESTER m u r JUUJPJ m n 1 1. WINCHESTER, TENN.. APRIL 2C, 18f3. JVC 151 i i iW Thc limb $ V. .1. SLATTKlt. l'i'.iriel.M .1.." pet mouth, tl jus. . Notice to Subscribers ............. '. 1 1 '. 1 1 1 estimation, ami its relative) merits de- 1 cided upon, especially by citizens of, other .States, it shall bo duly advised , thereof, and that the decision shall bo lonafi it made "with a full comprehen. si'on of tho facts, and announced bv no partial pen. Let fads be briefly stated. The 17th 'From tho Now York 'World, March -fi t. Irp Tho Situation. How stood the case then, iu this its paramount aspect a year ago, and how does it stand to-day ? Twelve raonth-s ago, in April, ISO".', tho Confederates had fallen back in Virginia from the Potomac beyond the r k w k ( ; h.a. ij i i i e ri.' in illiv t, ll ii lit ivuuiv.v i viuiii u JVlLHJtlUclIHIVUlv. a I " . ... I . ... . never accepted any challenge to a flank within striking distance to the match drill. No medal was ever, in Potomac. Tho river .lames thou vir- prize for which it was to contend. If closed by formidably works: the pe-i irn''n '!'"" , Lieut General llardeo announced a ninsula no longer a battle ground, and " ' 1 '-Yl'1 . ,t . r in it1 r j n't- i JMCIIMOND, At.ril 21. , f:i th" S.tn.t!'' a lengthy delta P? tn.L plan) ii t 'it: mot 'y:. to tak- up the. Li 11 to providi fur tli e trati! IVr of KolJieM in regiment. be loi.L'iri to tiny Sta'.n other thaa their ovni j a lveimout of their o n .Statu. Tho imitioi: wii finally negatived. Tho amendment P tho l!..use hill ain'iidii.j the iiiiproa.-inunt net was uerecd to. It pro vides th:it iii case tin' impressing ollieer disap proved of tLo ift'matinii elahn, i!. will he re (ri'.'.l t'i ((iiniii'ssii'i.wrj iii.iioiijt' d under tin from th n il of!: I'll! w it'iout li.'av.i l.as.SL'ii ScS.-K'li uf the Oi.cfi d .IP Ih uekv. Th.) (treat vx- i, in Articles .if much h.iifth. iai.-iided !'.r puhli . uti.'ii, tn I : .-i t In' liaii.h'.l in in tin.' t"- r 1 1 . ; t to iioure publication next day. Oliituariiv. Trihiit.-.-; of ltistwct. ami Fniii'i'al Invitation.' chafiii'd a- ad '."Tt isi-im rit , hut ma: racji's and ..h'al!i . 1 1 L I i -1 : - i a- ik-vvs Adv.'lti- Ih.'til. . f I'hai'itahl.; iu I it I it i. Uli at half price. Tho 17th Tciin. Regiment and the -Reported "Match Drill." jC.rrejMi:idei.e.! .f tin- M obi hi Kiji ter. 'f'Jl.l.Allo.MA, Tflili., Ail'il 11,1 SOfl. It is perhaps a jnty -to tjpoii tin Tir.'ttv piece ot romanecf cotitaineii m .I,.' cKiininnnc.ii luns ul vour l iiiiaiioma to lenrn .uiTe-ipond.'iils .let .iitdun. t )ra and 1 (!.. but, iinl'or! iinately, ho( .'i'-iiinded ::n ;i ill pvv.-ler simple t rtllhs, however rude, to the most, elegant and irlowinu have never been informed iicliuii. Audit will not be iP-rued that i l. . "i ...i.r .i i .1 n i ii r . i . r . t i i i. . i . . this oiu'iit to in' o, especial, v w an . on t;o ri'ouii'i on me S6a .Marcn wuu- ntances or ine. unionunaio acuou i. . tl,se to whom U.o fiction Scribes i ml an v expectation of other dutv than Seceasionville in the following Jul v. ' tf Wi Imv.. n. t.. Sr.i,d.J r boners, which are not insllv thvir own. that which would fall to its lot 'in the To-day our N'oith Carolina lines seem 1 " r"""Z tl... f-Hwu.? d. i it is natural i ot Miliary routine ot a review. its to be exclusively hoia as nncn oi oc- e...-....... . . intarily from I oilieors were onlv .olieitous to present cupation, while tb.e exieclition which j " lCKSiil' P.f!, April -id. ilic a; plaust' ho mav win. and when he i numbers an 1 tall ranks, and never Gen. Hunter bcan bv proclamation to .. 11 . . . . . I I . Ill a. J..MI ..I I.' . . .1 IllllV Ciltlipt CliCUllS that 1 II 1 M Sl 1 ...i.l. I'IIL.a . ll . lO.L I rtAll. . 1 i.l' . ...... . 4 .1 :a' niatcii urni neiwcen tuc ioiii arm oiu ; uontouerate iorce maneuvers, wawie . and the 17th regiment, ho did not ed by vigilant General I'cclr. almost N,,,!,1:j" nu!',,r,il,lt- the 17th re.riment, or of tho brigade of Norfolk. llli'll M ON), April 'Ji. commander. The match had never, A year ago we wevo in a position! it. K. Didcsen. cir-k vi the Uu of Kcp been a subject of discussion in tho 17lh upon tho Atlantic shore of North Cai'(-j risentHtive, whs kilh-.t tx-dav hv oan of his Tenn. regiment, and there had been no Una from which, f"i' many co".-,ecutive'; hue a'-iita'.t---K. Ji. l'.nd, of K,-at bets made by the staff officers of John-. months, it wouhl have been within our , shu.iim; mrurri (Ml 1 1 ' r'l . I ... (.11 A i i .-,1 1 i n 1 LI 1 " . 1111 w 11" I.I 1 fill. I . . I i I 1 1, i ... : I . I-. .v ,v " : -- . r ' ' 5 - n I Hunt .was attached, and wo liavo yet the important Southern artery wl I ; 1 , ...... mnl.. l'..l.4l... ,.l'll, ( ' n . I ., .1 1 M 1. 11 ;im) ui la ii .i c iiii.v.u ijj jiima wuo i;uab ui lie- i.iaviiiiii.i ) i:iti'mfil.'"'ire aih.-d. Whhll wi'h 1 1, . any oiner niucers. 1 lrginia, wnno ui omuii uarom::t "" .jt, .,.,,) ,,,,..,.,. ,,,.tv7ar. What f.ieitt. (Jen. Hardee may have forces by land and sea overshadowed " ', ' , "" s:imi o nicii . i oi. on .eiiM-u uqiu ii ii i lesion ano oavaiuum nan , . , . , . ..... i . . 1 da v tiirrUt.to nroveiit tntture y preponderance wliieu it was at. once. ," ,,. 1 ' . . . ...... .i I '11 ,!;. ( I'f'W .-'ll Virginia, while, in South Carolina ou Th SAVANNAH, April li t. , ( '.iiit e a l!rt iinati, hadd 1 hi in rid, wn. ind u Tiitir:: th IP' VV'I l.'H MU"l oiv ' II 1'UVIIJ lll.Vw M ui' n l Tho '17th fi'ir Tcnn. id. appeared rnvnalod and nulhlied bv the circum- wiin , on t ho e-roiiud on t Lo "idd .larcn witn- nder sucli circumMance.s it is naiura tie' man to fcliriiilc mvoliintariiv i Vil'oc auiatlOll 10 Omc Yank.:.- tvn!isi..-.rt lies sunk t th hur '.ri'cvcii expected to be called on to drill hurl upon (.'harleston more than a rieai.o r.-.f at lir..wa V J..hni.n'-. ftv milo.i !., .1. 1... ,.,,,,1,1 t.. ... 1 1 1 f. Hl'sit lillii u,,n..,.n 1. ..ll'i An .a !1 cnnSll. mmil i O l.f, fid rrl'1IPS iC ore he ! " 1 "u ' l.' 1 I. n.. , H I rl U'NIV. M V'UlHi iw 1'v.i I liv iit... i - a-i tl iTV Jill UH.' Iliiunn'm. " v iiiiwiiunti'iiivw w v i . - - . , . I ,., i ' , .. , t , - ... 1 v ., I I '1 i , 1 I I . 1 . ..i I' .1. ,. a. l.. I "'I . it Il a l.-1'il nn'..m "wi I"" i..m iiinr mm; .yin. repair ine wroim, However mihi, uuu r uence, ainur one loui in oi uh- mvu in )iv.u,riinau'uui.'iii.-)iii ue. p-" nuvu. I . . 1 .m . . . ... L? i il I l.n.,.w,t.i .. i .,.,,'!..( V,,' lli.j fniriltinnt A .m m iz-,. w't r. ' I ' I I I 1 lit ill 'Mill '. .1 "I I L I I II J .' " 1 111 I 11 L' 1 L I -1 .1 , U.ll ill: IF 1 V V I V I ! j. ....... - . , , - - T.. whom th aware ol i.: nonor were recrui s. I hero was noionu uciu m asters oi r lonua. noin on nm .man the in-i or rdatV ollicer present Avith the rcgi- tie and the Gulf, while Mobile from the lask of correcting the I nienf. The Colonel. A. S. Marks, and bled at every blast ot tho federal let those who foci them- hi.; Adjutant were absent on account glcs from Pensacoia. lo day we an ! a nfiiimh rorT.ivo.l n t. A 11 1' I't't' -llOH). , fi fl nmsb 1 11 ir W 1 1 1 Ui VCII t U 1'OUS t Ciri'Ol wron-g may m sterns that, tbine to a'-'cvibed. are not : , -tiee, and t! rror is lel'i to selves injured. In speakni'r ol he place before Col. "W. IV Jchnl.on. of llu: President's stafi", on the day of March. McCubhin says that '"Lieut. Gen. llardeo announced that there would be a match drill immediate.lv be tween the loth and liOih f consolidated) . that P.i .substanl tan V I t.'.si'apcd li -..in a tr.-iii-pnrt'v, h'.- hoiicra l.iir-H.l ly ear liaiiiTic.i la.l i; it?lit. I'ur BiU kctrv kill'-d the j.il.i:.-' -a th. p-u p.-rt.-i. VirKSHL'IUi, April (ii.' pnd'oat and liw trai;.-ort.-i ran our hl-t'el'i'.-. hit nodit i-hiuit midnight. Tv lisahh'd and floated ...a down. I h" he review at this Mculenant Colonel Watt W. Floyd , around the points in Florida over iran.-p.jri3 wt proi'-ef.-l hv barges. was absent on a very short leave, and which our fiagthen waved uiidipnteil. JACKSoN. April 2U. the Major (J. C. Davis) was, and still j and Mobilo ha.s bceonie f he defiant , --;i, fr-nv p:i.--,.,l Viek-hur- 1 1 1 a. m is, a prisoner of war, captured at, Mur-1 nursery of a small licet of cruise rs in this jn. i ui.iiL:. ;.. Si. x.-n.-.m fays en IVeesboro. Under these cireumstances, ' the very faeo of our blockading souad-! was a r.uU,i and liv- w.-re trr.n.ert.". Th, ,, , 1 : ,1. .. i,,, irat..-'n.'ru w re -uiiK t the ; imr'H hihi nrran I aetlt. i iCIl. Jianieo cxpres-i.-ii a n roii. .-i y v;u ii' "a t'-'M' re ;im cut, J Louisiana Volunteers, under hieut. Col. l.eon Von Zenken. and the 17 th Tennessee K.-giment. ol tin leers. Col. A.S. Marks." "This match had been the subject of discus sion for somodavs. and bets ran high, particularly among the staff officers that Briir- Cen. l.ushrod II. Johnson inr on the Mississippi, from Cairo f n .jr.i, would drill their regiment, but gavo to I tho Gulf, and a single division might .,,i x, -.... .1 . l.i. :.. t ',nt o Irt.i ho f t hf.vn wis ! i -i.to iet-kliTi !,) .1 n,f I H't, Illld- f.iit,,r n nli,r. the latter no intimation that thcro was to be any match or any sort of contest. Indeed, 'Prig. Gen. Johnson and tho 17(1. 'IV.nnoMnn vocri m fsn t, WcrO totally x ...l...f nrt!,Anf i-nnht : nrl.iln "l.-.r .-i I Unthn M''K lmihlif lgiioraill ai 10 nnia iijiiniin """'i niiim linn .-..v.v. ..j follow- in the drill. He 'consequently ' Lonsiana dishyalil v and his own pri 1 .. " iT -i i i .i..:n l r.n;mnni n-ithont. imv . Tfitn fortniirs in the Crescent Cilv. oi tne respective jri'iir aim eaiw umiw "8"'" , , , , . . , , ,. , (.'omnvinders.v ' "At the I special purpose to show it oft to its hold at bay tho mo:;, splendid expcdi- conclusion of the exercise Lieut, fien. best advantage, ana corrceiuo, im , irjusviuui mu .uo. , v v Tinvo made. Vickshur.' and I' rt Hud son as securely ours as New Orleans or Memphis. 1 o-day these h ronghoiils, created up ihlii ijutihoatj. Two tralisiml t.. and uie: .-'ltd,. Tho .-mol.o ,it;u'k 1 hdii-e . f the MUiken hoa! ur) out "I ivaler. AO oiti'-r ooai.5 visihii.. lie lle.'i was ut (Ira nd (-'uif m Hi" '--d. Two of the miidi.iat- c.M'haiav'.j shuts ;ind am hurt'd a!. Uaot Tiiti- ha wi.i. The others ili.stt.f.jHjarpd. (".. n. '!'nvniri- rt tre;il iie dmvn tin; Opidl'i.sa.' t.e.s aid.. A h'.vnadria. llardeo highly com mended tl.o i-tn and 20th Louisiana Pcgimetit. and re itt.ni.vi t T.;0iii fVd Von Zenken: 'f made more darinf. small omissions of a free people ever sei.t into the held. that might have passed unnoticed. If; A year ago we were masters of K'n t. T'M?nd ofit). I;r,iiii;in!i rorrimcnts ' Inckv and of the greater part of Ten- niarkod to luein. voi. von ."'n, . , . .. a.... .... n t j have no hesitation in saving, Colonel, had made the rumen a huojwi ui u,,. c.f, ...i ..r.u - ( ' . ,i i-.i i . ,1.,. 4l,.if o nrl fiui - . nit Jnlrt (hn vfirr he-irf or ht ( On Oi;- that vour rcWmelit excels tne i , tn i cussiun ior ei.u u.i - v..w ..... , . nolo u Tennessee rcdment in drill and man-; had many advantages, from the inter. , racy through Pastern I ennes.ee and , m,, ual of "ims -"in fact, sir. I have not j est excited in the officers and men to , Western irg.em 1 o-day we see t ie ; uu. arms , ' , . I f..,,f il.nf. Is tie (1 fnrMinf. of tho L 11 Oft II that whole . . n-., --een a nei ut uuncu e-,vui"" o . ...n LXM.Al.NKP. Jul ( i ri'ii. "da in oar lavi, i. (Jlialiacis was north of tho Cold dispatch from issue stated that officers were present. However well a region staked tipou the issues ot . . .l.!ll U,m.. .in Irt'lllV r.at.ltnif L'lflh. hp(H'....l frl'ea f. 1 1 III - W ater with a lurcu of infantry and ar tillery, marching to " TuUahom" At the time, we Lhoughl it impossible, and as our readers noticed, we annoxrd a nolo to the dispatch doubting its cor ss. We are now alb to statu eiieral C.haimers was maiching to Trh't'l'th'Uiui, a small villago iu Mar bSiali county, about 1 -miles .Noutliwest, of llollv Soring. Gen.. Chaimer's m.-ir.di is Southeast from Nort.li of tho io--ir.f ' " iJliittir. nui- uivnv,,., f . I ' SUVICC. . 1 . ... .i. ....,,. ,: .. l ,o,.-, , .m.iv The oommunieation of Ora is not at '.regiment may ami, inere , uy , t,; ,",, ,J'Y . , , ! band but to the best of our recollection chances that a change in uic coimu..u- Vi u,0 v,Wa-,.Hvi.i.n.M,, o.,... . m.V, is .soinueast trom Aonu oi u.o bo f.it'i flat the 17th Tennessee in.' officer will induce for a time soma sissippi on to 1 he mountains and t!ie - w,,t(?1. rivu.? j,, Desoto county. - Re-iment ch-Ulnio-ed the !Sth and 2IU1. want of harmony in tho drill. Tho ( host of Kosocrans eentrali.ed at nr- mistake was made by the tele- Louisiana Pegimeiit to the drill-that presence of two or more field officer; ; frJ . graphic operaloi'siu t ran suasion. It, "i medal was the tirize that the 17th is essential to prompt uuu u,..,, x.,0,-u. ....,.,1 - . , (.:iU. l0 us pm:i.i wnnei. iiii I?imlTwas d.ffi by Brie Gen. 15. ! maneuvering in a regiment. facts undisputed and nd..-putab o.- ' . r,:,,),!. r SEo i W t P in graduate-1 We claimlhen, thiit there never was , Tboy do not certainly augttr deo.ive u wi,Uun Ttf,? t. Mounhoii, r. , .. . .,. ,i..:n uin-Ann ih 1St.li and i I for our arms or our hr.vA. It is 1 J that the medal was awarded to th 13th and L'Oth Louisiana Kegimeut and that West Point was leaten. I. G. says : '"The Colonel of the (loth and 20th) Louisiana Pegiment. hacked by his men, challenged the IP . .. I 4.;.il r.t' tho i . . . 1 ,. ..... 7'., 7.' il . ... O. ...... - . 1 .,, r, " I T. ' 11 nle liiailll) i l iui.ii i miuai'iiiu in -1 match drill between the loth, and i! for our arms or our hpes. It is 1 J ooJh Louisiana regiment and tho 17th I still within our power by energetic and; the uispatches to tho Bulletin, but w, Tennessee regiment that there was timely combinations to drive t he war! pit tit 'laa-.tlti.,;, which is the name, never any medal awarded to tho 13th homo to-day where we were on the j ,,ivt.M jn (,. ton's Atlas to a small town and 20th .Louisiana regiment on account j point of driving it a year ago. lut'hmt (l1l Ini0H iVom Holly Springs." ! i 1 ITiL rPn,,nAn.oiik Iia 1111 fn Gti UllilooiMiJ flf f. T'lM'V I T. I ot its excelling ine it m -i u0. , .,. ; ".- -? WiiiL.h i.s rj.d the Atlas or tho Con- keked by his JTTo o ! rU menC A. ho 1 th ha's been j norant man who do. not see in lennossceans to a spee.a trial ot t he , r i tribunal of i simple statement the most crushing refimrdiiR before impartial iudges. The challenge was accepted, and Gen. UardeeTwas the, judge." It is not our purpose to detract from 'tho merits of the 13th and 20th Louisi ana Pcgiment. It is a well drilled regiment perhaps as well drilled as any regiment in the service. It is doubtless made tip of the best elements of two old regiments elements that havo stood the. test of time, discipline and of tho battlefield. It? men and officers arc bravo and honorable. All honor 'to them. Put we ask that whenever the 17th " Pegtment Tcnnes sco Volunteers is paraded for public reelllJCUlj auu amii inu on" ----- i placed unfairly before the tribunal of j simple statement the most crushm-. puolie opinion; mm uuuci uwvuv..... . . .....u.., v.-.-, '. .. kr,-Ann !. 17li inid.'ihlo than bo.uilo e'o'i'lonc.o and statices can nwuwsiniun" - - - i ... j and any other regiment decide tho ; mpre searching than part .i ,n eriticisi.i. j rehtivo" merit of a "West Point gradu- j have pronounced upon the policy am! j Asa brigado commanuer, ing. L'.Lracv To Soldiers' Families in the Con- Gen. Johnson cannot givo that timo or attention to a single regiment which . 1 1 1 n jracy. .'.''At lii-ri ". "'3 vf frch heat- fed 1 :.(.' f. el IL.-r eai;I iU. .m.aaUl a? . I it, i nict "i f if ,!. .: l.v tl... ir.'.-:. ti.-vi .. Ir. tlm falllillf-: )t II1U i:.ipoeil. wi ,ui uuiiiiiii-i.,..,-,..... ...,-.,., f, ., . .- which, armed with the unlimited con -1 -!!: " -t rvh . r h.-wh., . ,ed . , ' ... i.,, i rmlitarv f'ervi-'f ot t!m Cont'-deiato .Mutes. attention to a single regiment wnieu , uoenco oi a migmy iKir;,. -o ,., , t t,.n (,,ltH 1U ...... v.. .v.... I'olnnil wiirt hsiA no Accomnushed. after a car ot ceaste:-;; .. -i,.-..v... i..- r.er.ju r iHtu-r. of her command, and which is necessary effort und endurance, the most cnor-, ni.,,t turnLsh evi.l",.e.,..f H .-ir. lamui, wiuiu,v 0U1. .,.. , .. '.' .1.1.. D..HU rtfflr- I mona work nf nrocrostination CVcr ! fr,,'u f.une i e;-sm known U orcortiaed byw.- to Ural it l iorougu.j. - ; , - r ; - lv;hUl a.,tl,,r..y. " Jl jnoii.-iv ho f'V.t hv eheck, Ihft Kice 'rill to fthipif.l necordiiiK to ins-fructious. drayao lll.,:i: feilijC I'hll' I. and til" c-.U'p'.UH Chaise Wll l'o tu.'.ium;""! th.'-nm- niaantr t. I'.. I. A M A K. hv. jir.iul., (oi ..r n... i7,i. rpirimant aro eonmetcnt achieved in the Annals ot war ui liii v r and fully able for tho dutica ot their respective positions, and to them is due tho credit, of the excc-Hent 'irill and iliscipliD f that leciment. Prices at Ifaraphis baw. :ear!y dihlrd unlir th Tennt ordur probihitir.- ;..- ship ment cf rrovisioni and other nece-.v!.:.i from ) th K'rth.