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ujjLhilJM. THE WILL OF A PEOPLE KH30LVED TO BE KEE 13 LIITLE LESS Tl7 N (jMlFi'E. 1 VOL. h WINCHESTER, TENN., JUNE 2. ISM. V v TP. Site - gailg gtalUtfo. W. J- SL.ATTEK, Proprietor. Terjn: il.SO per mo.!ih, i mw. s$-4. the Legislatures, has no binding effect upon me democratic party of this city or vicinity, because our members whoso nami's wcro without anthority attach o to it, did npt sign, and do "not con cur in it, because said paper advocates a continuance of the war under the policy of the administration, with all its objects, outrage, and unconstitu tional purposes. Wo call upon the mom bora of this city to publicly dis avow it, or we shal disavow them. Resolved, That in view of this at tempt at Albany to place the Demo cratic party of the Statu, in a false position as favoring continuanco of the war, we are glad to learn that tho masses composing the Democratic party will meet in State Convention at nn early day, to the end that they may express their own opinions upon this great question, independent of tho selfish clique which has so long ruled and ruined tho party organization of tho Empire State. These resolutions wero followed by a number of abla speeches, deooun ing the Administration in tho most un measured terms. It is enough to give ! a sketch of the most prominent of them. i I j:c-Recorder Smith spoke in favor Ho said there is Brooks related tho civeunmaueeH of ' rp . (" 1 y XT Mr. Tallar.digliam's arrt?t. Him doors', ' vf hia Louse had been battered dow n at 3 o'clock in the morning by a tym pany ot abolition soldiers, armed w v''. i a. n: o i-f.r..y moi-ATciira Notice to Subscribers. 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Advertisements that make over 10 lines and under 16 linoB counted j of the resolutions. as one-and-a-half squares. Advertisements J tl0t a despotism on tho face of t he ;hat make over IS lines and undergo Unea hepo a man has n(Jt tll0 j countel as two squares. I ,. .. ,. It will be a favor if ndvertisen will please I oxpre-u Lh views m tho cause ot mark on their adverti3em.-r.ts the number of : humanity. Hut in this country a man who has lately occupied a high post tioa m u man of ability, education and tr.'cd patriotism, for no causo in tho vror.d ex ept that in a political moot in, he s:t.d to thoso around him, that ve a;: I.- nig' god in a war that cannot ro:u;t beneficially to us for this his houso is forcibly entered by soldiers, : ti RICHMOND, Mv, !'red"r cksbur c.-ri.-2p:)nleT.t : i.r -:-jrs- IniU-Ationi :.n2 latell '.:": Mmv fi70r til j C'.'?.cl-ilo!. .::. ; ; CvacUPtsd T'Le :kit. -.:' :h ::; . l'own r.at ttitfj-j "er-i !. muskets, and he was nnesied, ped from his wife and houe, ab. carried off to Cincidnati, uri; : . cerated there lawlessly, tyran-i .. .., wickedly, bv tho minijiis in t No omrag6 un un'a en?; : j v- ; .... that. .No king in Lurope, iini Napoleon on hi.M throne, or tho Cznc r Rus-ia even, dure violate tho s-u.-red-ness ot a irivato citizen's hime. and the principle is so high and holy in I The artiiy of .V-them Virgiaia ii t; b .v. m ' i I t l r i "i 1 1 viaeu into ihtm CotcJ u Attt.s, cw:r.nia:iafl Lnghsh law. that lor Lvo hundred rnpctlTelv bv LoL Ewtn. ..j A P trland has not Hill A -v.irleir.si'., vb tion c yi-rday, :v.jarei u- tht : t-f ! iacv;cjjd?v;n it ti. u:t 'A'jvu'.. ' A maii's home is I years the King of dared to violate it hid castle. The dsors .f thi man's house have been broken into by a lacv- squares they wish them t occupy. Obituaries Editoriul Sotices; and Gw.vikrt oaft'ort for lndividv.sl benefit, will be charged "0 cents per line. From Hi Richmond Examiner. Prom the UnitGd States. Imwrtant Mectinq in Xcuj 1 r - Ikmnnd tat Discontinuing: a i c tr.Tr 1'r. 1 .v l,i is carried away and imprisoned. pleSoeak for Kucc-Tht :U.:dkjL A- H is brought b fore a military tribu fair The Qvamment I'cvsur.ad 4 J??-j ti;il. ! Id not treason defined by the statute'' ' ,v . ,.,.-.., . v ,! n,rt,n, .,r., ! Is thet-o any reason that llio law should HlCir.iO.ND, May Tl Northern da!.i of the 2n rr.ivf d thir VicksburK still held cut en t.h- ni-rninj f ).! ilrli,. -..,...,1 ,.f .. T'. . leas aoldiory in the hour approaching j number vf lu.&p in Yi'ksbur-r it :rom mornnig, when man .slumbers moi. j to 3o.0o0. heavily, cruelly alarming Ids tfifo and; Tbecity i full of v.-.men and children, n.-t family. If such a tiling were done in 1 -"dy ..riick.id iidiubituau. but others that cmu Kngland. not only peasant and laborer, i in m,lho roundiug country for wjty v . . ,' ,r u . The Linciiinali I'lipntch of rbe 2ah but. the ar.stocrat himself, w uld rue tUt tn Kube, reprl 0 th(J C6plurc of Helci4 in ttidtgnation to overt .urn an ad.iiitm- , ia fal. tratioti that dared beirui.tj'' of evch an Acouncd cf war ras h ld at the Whits CUtra"e fpplausol House on the 2fith, in reterena to the oricn- And here alone'has the thing been!sive -nf. tho r,;bda iu ViiKirua Utc , . , ,v . . I d-tmi for noma tiim- threatening, attempted in order to aflnght audi Ulko: HXlr(si tht pinion that therebeln overawe the Democracy of U'do.- brinni.-.g mII their for8 from Charleston Twenty-five ) oars ago, when Napoloon I and N. Carolina, to mke Htrgressive movs- w.s lay i g out the beautitul Uardmi I m '"' however much they may smxi to bo ..... .',! I ; i) , e ... . i ! ur.v.daa f..r the aet'.-ncc of Kichrnna- Ihls (ii i 1 1 f i niiini iri iii i .Lilt in i . 1 1 it i i i i i . tication of tho French Nation, a mier ablo but di ty shanty was hold some two hundred yards from the palaro of, dm- niitht. between neijroR.j and whites. the first and august Napoleon, whol 1'ateho., trom Sun Prncisc. of the 24th. , , i . ? .1 ..ii.' , ! state thiit thy rencb had not abundoiied the nu. hi , auuui u u.w; .uiu y ui.oi of p,,,.,., (M thf. ?0tj. of Arjril under his control, by auhumoic brench-; :rol,inent, und-r th Cuusu-iptio.-i Art. man, who, on being asked to sell, . proceeding in NV.v York C.ty. N'egtues tkn refused, and tho august -sapoieon never uimvu with u. nt darod to brealc opvti the door of that deters Hooker from making another itaraediaU ttUViUlCH. Ther.j was a riotntHarrisburg. Pa., on 3Icn little hut, so Kacrod was this liht even I- iilcti 't ii i:i Fen:Hvlvyiii;i liave 'V nn th" "h! i'f wtr' ni'-rt os r.-r-tui r. ;d t.i i-nenti from Hirrisljiv, The urn-.: b.j trampled upon and entirely disre- g rded, ns if they wished to show tho ana mat other atroc.or.a a'ts oi the a.iratiastra. tioa at Washington, have aroused the ..n,iserv:i!,ivcs o: thu orth to ot excitement cever kno Of . nil the mooting aivi resolutions put j law Jorth in tho !North. none have had s much tho ring of tl uo mot;.! as those Wtrpuuu . - i.ACn!,;nn. rAonlause.1- Vr,"r ! hi! re-jo utions l iw.'11 l ir--- J t.-. u tut oh i oooi.de the power they havo, n n k'foro. ' ih-y are not lor the Constitution and law ; ihev committea an act ot oui rage and violence unparalleled in the history of thi or any other civilized nation since the bloody d iys ot th 1 ins- in ew pneaK tor tnemseiveh . Kesolvcd, That wo reiterate oar opposition to this bloody, relutitlos, unnecessary, and fruitless war. In our opiaiou it is time that the w!iolo American people, North and S utii, r-houUrdcmand ol their leaders its ini modi, te discotitinuance. Uoh'fd, That tho arrest andduton Tion of tho lion. CeuuTit b. Vallan-di-ham,oi Ohio,, upan a military order. ,..,;tMr.Ant. tor ih exercise ot the in a iiu u '-i "" !rn!ii'ft under the st-p to Wo do- t iMT:fh in iiooular discus w-.n ivKud-i is no oHenc laws 6l the land,) is another ik-n-ii.n absolute despotism. nounce this at, by v.dm.wover authorised or instigated, a-j a cr,,no against the people ot al the uu. To res-tit aggrasaioti Kss oJi- us oar rftvfih.tionarv tatuers, rt every colony C.nther this Government nor tho other can stifle the voice of tho millions of j tho people except they drown it in blood. Applause. Have, they for .'ittenhuw Hurlce and Cnatham, in uui ii itisli t'arliaineut denounced the American Revolution ? Those men wero not scizod and brought before a i tribunal for oppressing tnai t pinion, It is true there was a peace party I" i, ."aus.e.j If ever there was a time wiVu "Vj should call for a cessation of those ;-..d experiments we have been uiaiui.", h 6 now. Some of these men' who afe opp' sed to this, if they could hut hear the wail and weeping that up all over this land; if they could understand, an they will understand by and by, that no benefit whatever is to .VfVnm this war; if they can un derstand that we my go on pending m i' ranee. Applause.j it we do not ( gv. Cuniu, t l . leu f,r WA-dnns.twn resist this now, it soon will be too late i the 27th, u cotisu'.t with tin, I'n-Mdunt it'.ativ.-. to resist it. If WJ do not pro'.CH j l,J l!l,t p'teetion of tha: S;se nfiii.st mx.oz against it trom the boginning and on i , Vrir;t;iKa! hhv-A Li' " ' n:" every occasion, the manac.es of despot-; Uold ,.;,Hwi u M ism will bo aoon so enchained upon us, V," UlTP. t'!' i that no human power can break them. ' N:l,hviU(. Uni(?;1 f uw x 1: We should carol ally, within JLho bounds . contains dispatch tV.en 'New York of the of law. C . to the) system of agitation, I -Jlst elt.. which a-iy. that Kutl.:r Inn oeen continual agitation, which will arouse ! Huiamont-J to Washiuici.. Meagher mi;j the people and awaken them to re - i tmion h& bvCn "T"-'- ,4 , . ' ' ... - i, . ... Arrioiwnieiit-i hava b'.en m rieo'.ed to luc.i siatanco. e shou.d ptoent petitions, ! 1()J oW lVttlrT to th.; Vankee forocs within as -sell as remonstrance?, to tho Presi- Uix month. dent for the right of petition is yet The guuboats Crystal and Kanawha ur leit to us, poor Bubjects ot Abraham Lincoln ; we should petition our Gov ernor, if necessary, to use his influence for the liberation ot our illustrious fellow-citizen, -Mr. Vallandigham. Cheers. Air, Brooks said ho had received a letter this afternoon from a Hrigadicr tared the Ei.giUh rebel Htetuner Kugena oiV .Uobiio, on ihv 8th. A rebel General, wa liiit of the jttrt3eiij:er. There were 10 ..-aptared cm ft at Key W.-ei. The reO'-.j sent u regiment 1;" inile-! belo Falmouth to :ei:nri- the, triinsit of iuedieir.es. and utb?r snppl'e-s, from l!.-iltiinore. UCHMOND, June 1. J.'orthem dates of the U'.Hh, in the Chieat; , t . . . . . ill. til :.! 111- ' on the eoour;! i-, , . ' and we men of New York, sympiitm- i K.t,i-n of other Mates subjected to such outrages, pledge ou lives, our fortunes, ami our boDors," to stand by thorn our KtU'0' to the last 'p'edyrd That tbo conduct of our ioroi-n aflalrs by 'this adrainistrav.u has a serjes of blunders ; at tune blustering, hd ags"" timid ; now potvaiiaut and then cowardly -it has f it last placed us in a ponitioj where even Kugland daro, to bully uk. W h. o we depilate and sha.l conUnao to oppose the prosecution of the civn wa poking, wi requiro ana od lua, he admintstrat.on sl.ul 8ubm to no more insults from Great bntun lo lilul efrt to maintain tho honor, the flag, and the interest of the country. . . Kosolvd, Tbat tho paper lately ialAlbany, purporting to be ,tbe, ddrc8 cftbe Democratic aeoifcora of of treasure, entailing upon our children a debt which will be fear mi and if they couid understand that it. niust result in some arrangement or other at la.t, they would agree with us and say : " For God's sake let u sheath the sword and moke -peace upnn sme terms or other, and stop tns horrid Var,wkickisa curse both to the Aorti andSmh. Applause Hon. James Brooks said he thougut . . i l I., niihlii n ffnirs in a crisis naa an Fuu"" which it is necessary ior eveiy General in Indiana, (Jen. Ilaskei', ; it". dated ,m tae aeiu, v .ejeurg. satur ,. , , , . , . ulav, b o clock at nnrht, suv?: -No ngl.iin to which he speaks of an article c miment-1 ,he u.oop M fr;jW theasult. Ys ingonarnost extraordinary war or- i terday our repulse va complete :it, all poiutn der he had issued, and says t is lucky lyf the rebel linen, but no diseouragcmnu need tor him (the speaker) that his paper j b enl.irtuiued of our final success. We ar Was notVublishcd in Indiana, for he I ".trenching 'and bMAuS riH pits. Cavalry , , , 1 , . -ii i were sent towards Canton to ascertain t:e- would have suppreseod it very qme.kiy. I wlwr0llbouU Johnson's forces, i,, veswr The audacity and insolence of the? jjttV i.ooo miserable creatures n: straps and lace, ! A later dnp;ueh to tho iimen. .luted Mttu the speaker wou.d resist and denounce on every occasion and at all hazards. 'Republican liberty is never to be secur ed but by continual watchfulness.- Tyranny and despotism . wo should resist to the utmost of our ability in and under tho law. As long as they leave us the ballot box, our victory is i phis. May liTtli, ays: Oar iVre(j are repaired at leksDiirj;, out anoiner aniiiiner, .r..-ra tne vicinity of Viekstmrsj, on Monday, arrived to day, report- that J-:.nt .had captured 4 rebel rodou'-t t he ti .litisi; v.-;w desperate. The rebels rl;ed -h lis d...wn hivip hilh, winch ex ploded niiHitij;, ttie Federals, ere.HUtitf tearful havoc. The HHiiiiMlispatch add:-, linhiine; j;o in;; on furiously wh-ui i,ho stean.ei- left. A i,..i-inl lo'the Nr Y. Times from Wash- sure, and if they do not leave us the hton, sy that there is n. 'thing hitei -from hallot-box. said Mr. Brooks, by the . Vu-k.-L-imr. Jt bu;iins to b" hinted in ofScial ntftrnnl find. I will bo willitui- 10 lead i eircb that the tiei;e i:i.y last two week?. I ri any army, if you will trust, o my man, day's ittnek wan v ry saiiiniinsry. Naiiunat lysi.es vorhevy. Til rcbfli f-u.'t?t with gre..t Conines.; and desperation reserving then tire until the Federals. cmo within murderous rantre. The.rehuU, however, wre driv-.-.n ba.-k Tub Cuorsi. The rrespwU arc fine, in this by main fore into their lost line of ei-treuch leadership, to resist all pitch tyranny in active opposition . ,!Wp to show himself in nection, for the largest yield, in proportion to menu. as Olion ua v., amount of land in cult vat on, we have sv -..aire (u-puien says urn u;mi Kui uu.-i ,Su. in order to rebuke the cxthtmg tneamjum n uni i ! Wfl8 dwnnraM. Grant thurd the. fo.-iifl iininistratiou. When a distinguislied known ior manyyca. public man whom no nu uany rd-them know v;e!l, whom wo U lJv-ed and revered, distinguished for Uis eloquence, his learning, hia h.gh attainments ;. disunguhod a - o ad ;0r his moral heroism-physical heroes .ne abundant, but moral berooa are f-,,v ma far botweeu-wbcii .uch a man ... .-vi-rcsted. ho had felt it his duty to appear hero :mi join m awn-, era! xpressLori of public opinion. !r. , peratn. lirant cliartu irie. lo.-i.ii.a lions end took some, the rebels rallied and re-, : i took them. Ihere win mueli nana to hat.i ffig A complete battery of Napoleon g'ii-s, j a htin;-. Federal lo---. ii.ooo. Tie: relets Ua-.-a manufactured at the Arsenal in Macon, wuli : haml-n nades wt.en tbo Federals atttir.j.ied caisson. and all othor appliances, was on the j lo sloj.m ,,,. ,Vos. titreeta of that city the other day, hound tor a Arrival. at l'hiladclphia.truiu rernr.iiH'Uf.o, certain nomt. where wa hopa it will do good ret,,,rt.'real d- trueti'm cf Ke.deri vessel., ev . . . . .i tn.: l.. i;.. . . service. The age of Gen. Jackson, aB given on the silver plate of his coffin, is aa follows : Lieutenant General Thomas J. Jackson. Brn Jinuary 21st, 1824; died May 10, 18W. lie the .Vlu'i-oi.;'- and FlHJa, including two ship:; laden with valuable cargoes of tea. Asp'-eial the Herald, from Washtngtss, dated .i .y - says: Lee's army ia motion Trains taovir.' 'toward C'alpeper, followed by beiy colutub of troop.j. I.oehaiiiiiiiued auad dresn to the rttbol i:niv.