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SATUKLAY JAN.'ai, 1863.
It SOOU18 tlio a-.lviinco movement on
tho part of Kosecrans H..ovin; to nis
licin forced foi'ward hv our cavalry
in hi tear; ho, however, is only able
to move ou tho pikes, as the dirt roads
are in mch a condition that wagons
sink into the mud up to their bods, and
whenever ho attempts to take any
route between tho Shelby villo and Man
chester pikes, his whole army will bo
ko deop in tho miro that he will have
to call on Gen. Bragg to finish burying
(Jen. Wlioolcr capturod a construction
train on Sunday last, and destroyed
tho C;irs and locomotive attached, and
brought in fifty-fivo prisoners, who
vame out on tho train for tho purpose
of ropairing tho damages djno by den.
Wharton not loi:g since, but wo think
they will bo some timo in mending up
that littlo job of Wharton's, as ho took
np the track for seven milos, commenc
ing four miles beyond and ondinz throe
imlos this side of Lavergne, after which
lie piled up tho tics and layod tho rails
upon them, and set fire to tho formor,
destroying them entirely and boating
lh. latter until they become bent and
totally unfit for service. In fact the
nmy havo but ono moan of commu
nication up tho Cumberland river,
and that is limited, for our cavalry
havo taken a contract on that rotito
and intend to raonopolizo the lino.
Wo loarn that Fort Donelson is again
in our possession, and that wo found
but a few guns there, and scarcely any
Our army promises soon to bo in
creased very largely, as no oflicors arc
permitted to resign, but when found
unfit for duty, or left out by tho con
solidation ot Regiments, they aro im
mediately put upon recruiting service,
andundorGon. Pillow's orders, (tho
Chief of tho Conscript Bureau) with
full power to arrest all parties subject
to conscription whorcver found, without
their being requ-rod to pass through
camps of instruction.
""Tho neatest specimon ot pen
manship and card-writing wo ever saw
can bo scon at the Bulletin office. We
know we can get up a nice visiting
card in our Job Department, but the
types cannot equal tho boauty and
finish of Mr. Ilabich's chirography. If
any one wishes visiting cards, we
adviso that Mr. Habich.be employed to
writo thera, and wo refer to tho same
instructor all who wish to learn the
art of penmanship. It is astonishing
to sec how beautifully and artistically
he can portray, with nothing but a
common lead pencil or pen, scenery of
ad kinds, figures, &c, which shows
what complete mastery he has of that
littlo instrument which all ought to
know how-to wield gracefully. What
an advntago it is to all, especially ladies,
to be able to writo well. This ability
Mr. Habich proposes to impart in ten
A Word to our Soldiers.
.You havo endured much; have given
up pleasant, perhaps luxuriant homes,
and accepted the toils of tho march,
tho dreariness and exposure- of tho
camp. You havo bared your breasts
to danger have been wounded and
suffered excruciating pain. Many of
your hearts havo been clothed in
mourning over tho loss of frienda and
relatives. Wo need not alludo to tho
honors which a nation will heap upon
you in time to como. This reward will
indeed bo pleasant. But your great
est desiro is that tho South may suc
ceed in establishing her independence
and you permitted to return to your
homes. Then once more- bravely, as
in the past, to tho 'work. Enduro a
littlo more, and with an eyo to tho ro-
gult, once again beat bank tho foe, and
poaco will come. Wo firmly bolievo it.
Wo honestly boliovo that if our Gov
ernment will fill up tho ranks, bring
back stragglers, and make a bold ad
vance, tho day of peace will dawn. But
thero must bo no relaxation of effort.
rho North cannot ralsu any more
armies, iter neonio aro disheartened.
and now we should bo encouraged.
Their wranglings should warn us to bo
united. Wo aro stronger to day than
ever, while the enemy is weaker. Onco
moro bravely to tho breach, and tho
day of independence w'll follow liko a
flash of lightning,. so that oven thoso
who expect it wil ho amazed.
The day is not far distant, wo
opino, when tho toils and vicissitudes
of camp life will eean with our bravo
and gallant soldiers. Bo contented
with your lot, boys; tho time of your
deliverance is drawing near redemp
tion is fast approaching. Old Linch.'s
power is becoming weaker; tho North
western States aro shaking off tho
heavy load of oppression, and tlioin
ands of the ''bona and sinew" ot tho
country aro bent upon resisting the
despotic pronunoia iioritos of tho ape
who occupies the White House in tho
demoralized city of Washington. A
few more weeks, and wo prognosticate
a glorious consummation, ono that will
thrill the bosom of overy Southerner
with pride and pleasure. You have
Fought, like lirav( men, lor.? and well.'
And pilod the ground with foemaa slain.
And you can and will do it again. Ko-
momhor Shiloh, Perryville, and Mur-
frecsborough ! You covered yourselves
with glory, and tho ground with dead
Yankees. Well did we exclaim on the
battle-field of Porryvide after tho fight
on taking a view of tho mangled bodies
of our common enemy :
Heaps upon heaps, tho poor Yankees lie.
Brave Bn.v'uu beholds tuein with a tearful eye,
Fur now from thi'irhomns&thoir native shore,
They sleep in Death and hear of wars no more!
It's true, some of our heron fell, and
many tears are shed for thorn, but they
wero fighting for that Independence
and Freedom which will soon bo gain
ed by you. Peace to their ashes ! Be
of good cheer, victory will perch upon
our banners. Arouso, arouse, shako
off the dow drops that glitter on your
garments, and onco again to battle and
Strike! 'till the lart armed foo expires,
God and your Native Land !
fsjrTho liom(Ga.) Courier, in an
article appealing to the -peoplo ot his
county to bring in surplus edibles to
tho sick soldiers in the hospitals ihoro,
adds tho following advice :
But do not act us some have, who
brought in butter and eggs, for instance,
and refuse to soli to citizens, as they
wore for the soldiers, and then chargo
tho soldiers 75 cts per pound for butter,
and 75 per dozen for eggs. This is
benefitting tho soldiers "with a von
Rome is away down in th "Empire
Stato" where every kind of edible
ought to bo higher than hero iu Ten
nessee, thero ore our astonishment at
tho price of butter and eggs.. Seven-tj'-fivo
cents per pound for buttpr or
tho samo per dozen for c?gs is cheap.
The soldiers in the Hospitals at Win
chester would bo glad to get eggs and
butter at these prices, and cilizons
would "jump at- tho chance." We
leavo all to. draw the inference in ro
gard to tho matter. Wo havo known
butter to sell in Winchester, to soldiers,
at ono dollar and a half per pound.
Eggs ditto per dozen.
But wo blame no ono in particular,
or rather wo blame both tho soldier
and tho exhorbitant. One is mean
enough to ask what tho other is .fool
enough to give. Ono soldier outbids
another and a craven seller stands by
chuckling in his sleeve at tho good luck
ho moots with, and sells to him who
bids tho highest. Sr.ill, wo can't help
feeling sorry for tho soldier's weak
A Paris coi lospondont says that tho j
Empress Eugenie has tho favoritc'ho'.so j
The Military t'omraitto.) reportod
back tho bill to suspend tho salo of land
on tho South Carolina and Georgia
eoant, with an amendment as a substi-tut.
Without being egotistical, we
positively assort that our "Grapo-vino
lino," under tho head of "Tho Times,"
is, as will always bo, tho first "in thoso
parts," long ways ahead of our contem
poraries. This consideration alone
should bo an incent'vo for every man,
who is not a subscriber to tho Bulletin,
to at onco bocomo a roader of the very
latest news. . Wo are not disposed to
make a "groat to do" over out humble
sheet, but when it does emphatically
prosont tho most authentic news, why
of courso it should bo looked to as a
source of truthful information.
THK UXDKK.SIQNEI) II AM Jit,
rEtfED itoro in Winchester andlntaJ '
keep it supplied with as gtnernl an huon
v , : ' uurn
I have now on hand
WAX TAPERS, &CV.4C
all of which will bo told at a very nd,,
advance upon cost. ftaT All kinds of f0u'
produce wuniuu, ior wuicn mo uighejttt
will be paid in cash or good. '
Jan. mh. dtf V. C, MUN80S
State of Tennessee-Frankliii c
T. A. KEITH, vs. CUMMINS, tt ,
Ou motion of complaint, ana it appear
tho satUftiction of tho Clerk and iljut-t
names vmuihuiio 49 i uyu-reiutltint Qpl
fie oi icnnessee, no mat tno ordinary E
v-o-t v v v u t v tijji'ii null
It u therefore ordered that publicutior
made for fou consecutive weeks in t)lcj
letin, a paper published in the town of
chesur, requiring said non resident defend
to be una personally appear before thut",
and Masteu, on or before Wednesday after.
iiiiru jiuuunjf in x uuuury nexi, inr anJi
1 1 utienrn. 11. iliinii. 4 - .
petuion, ortno same will be taken i)rm'.t
ed unci s;t iir bearing exparte n to him
Jan.' 2s 1 in. ILU KSTI LL, C. and I
ACEES OIF XiAIl
I WISH TO SKLL MY DESIBiJ
Farm tw. miles from ' v uicbester uml
qunrter frm Deelierd. . lioferences-A.
Colynr. Winchestor: Jeseph Carter, Ltdl
A. J. Mason, bUd Ipruiir.
Jan. 28 1m. C. IX. EMM:
!Hr 12 K WAKI).
STr.AVKD FKoM CAM V AT RKTII
ptiC Cnurcli ii(i;.r Al oi!ia. (n the "."Jnd it st.
'L'llUK.. HOUSKS ono a mall 'Kit-hoi-se
alin'it 11 hands hii;h one a I urge Iron Gr;y.
about, 1(1 liaiuin hili. niul iht-otlier a largf ( lay
liaiik. with hlaek foet. inane and tail. aUuit
10) hand his:h. The thme hore li ft camp
tcothi i . and wer- hut h anl from on the
.Manelu'sti'r anil Winohestor roiid.
Th" above rcwa d will he paid to any per
sou (If-livoriiip; the ahovo nimnls to vv. at
'rthpnge Church, or at llead'iiarters. Kny;incer
Corps at Tuliahoma.
IN (I. hi. WITHKKSPOON.
Jant23 dlw. Capt. and A. Q. M.
SOMEWHfJKK CETWKKX THE JIESI
denoes of Mr. Munson anil Mrs. i'itzjtotrii'k,
u buck skin purse, contain ng thirty-two dol
lar one Slo bill, three hills.-2 J3 bills
hank of Chattanooga, nnd $1 on Stato bank of
Tennns?eo, and a pass for tho undersigned to
Shellniound. Th.fi purse and money belonging
to the undf-.rsignod servant, and ho will give
$10 reward to tho finder.
Jan. oU d2t. JOKUONFITZI'ATKICK.
PIVE SUBSTITUTES WANTED.
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL PAY HIGH
prices for Ave ablo bodied men ovor forty-five
years of ago.
J. II. WILLY.
Chattanooga, Jan. 2H dlOd.
I WILL TAN HIDES INTO SOLE
Leather for twenty-five oents per pound, and
into upper leather "for forty centa per pound.
Or I will tan on the shares for one-half. Oi 1
will givo spun thread, leather or money for all
green and dry hides delivered to mo at Salem
M ill or at ray tanyard.
W. S. GRIDDLE.
Jan. 5. dim
AUG. J. HABICH,
TEACHER OF PENMANSHIP AND
Twenty Lessons sufficient to make a good
Penman. Terms, $10. Ladies instructed at
their residences. Visiting Cards written at
short notico. For particulars onquire at Wm.
M'N'ab'i residence. ja23-3teod
$0,000 worth of stock In the Nash
villo and Chattanooga Railroad Company.
Apply to JOSEPH CARTER,
Jan. 17 dim. Decherd.
Beautifully printed and for sale at the 11 L
LETIN Ot'FICE. . jan21
Neatly printed and for sale at tho BUL
LETIN OFFICE. ' jan2l
" BANK NOTE PAPER
FOR PRINTING SHINPLASTERS, j ist
received at the Daily Bulletin office. '
A" No, 1 No-top Buggy for Sale.
Can be had very cheap. Apply at the Bnl
lefin office. dtf
State of Tennessee-Franklin J
J. II. Youii!', et. uls.,
vs. i I'oti.
Wni. M, liusey, a-.!ni'r. et. s!i. J
County Court. January tenr., ltW. 1:1
peannji to the I airt now in session that).
bskridgo niul iniant son John. J. li.il
Samuel W. Morris. Francis .M. IW.ii
M y J. iUoiris. and Maiy .Murjht, cro.i
r'-sMCius i urn Mai:-, so mm me uifl.isr I
ees of law eannot he served upon th is
thorefom ordi-n d lv the om t thtu w;
tion b" niieie i!i tho L'ailv Bulletin, :'l
iiaper publishe d i. the town of Wiiuk
for four consecutive weeks, requirini nit.
re-tivl'-ni to u ami perfoiuui , apjenri-
tne worsnipun i. ountv court, torejieimi
Court House in Winchester. Tet n.. on tL
Monday if February. 1HM, then and tb
; lead, answer or demur to the petition. '
same will b'i taken tor enf .suii, Midi
hearing ex parte as to them.
ianT-Jw JOHN 0. ENOCHS, G
IN ANY COLOii AND STYLE H
ted at this PtTiee.
OFFICER'S PAY ACCOUP
ON HAND AND FOR aALD Al
Dailv Bulletin ollico.
HOUSE FOR RENT.
A COMFORT A liLE DWELtlJCl
In t. .i,V.,.Mk.. 1 It. .A -r.n .ut't'l'
i.i mo piiuui fl il l? I in;irit;i " inn'
year. A niee irardeii; orchard, stable.'
en Ac. stttuched. Apply at thin ttSci
Jan. u. utt
A LA"RGE BAY HORSE AND A I
uv jockuwav. The horse is kind anifl
and the roekaway nearly new. Ei-.q-l
this office. jan, 8, '03 dtf.
GOLD WATCH FOR Sil
A NO. 1 GOLD CASE FULLJEVfl
Watch for sale, warranted a good time
Apply at this office. jan. " W
at T. J. Denson'ii store in WinchuM
Dec, 14, 1862 dtf.
SDlcndid Chewine Tobs
TO BE HAD AT DANIEL m
TON'S Stere in Winchester.
Nov. 25 tf.
1000 POUNDS OF PORK. FOB
the highest market .rice will be "
at this office. jan. lM
for the use'
my printed as neatly as can bedontj
federacy. A good lot of fine color"
' Funcy PrinW
on hand. Oram promptly iui0-