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BY GAXNAWAY & S LATTER.
8. I. 4UNSAW.U. '.V. J. MlTli:ii.
AV i ii (5 h o stcr:
Thursday Morning, Feb. 5th.
"itTtt drtitlMin I Northern News.
J T3 - . .. . . v.. ..jv 1,1 v j .
li.tion sliet t, invites the outlawry of till
the men in llio Xorth puts tlio deinu
initio parly upon a par with traitors
who are tu bo dealt with by the laws
of war just as the Southern rchehs :tre
dealt with '-Jut is," says the 1 Inquirer,
".-hot or imprisoned." Tho Knquiror
says the Gazette ueans this thuah it
dues not say it. Tlio Eaton (Ohio)
Register is bolder than the Clazettc. It
says, undur date of January loth :
The ai l of tho slaves must bo wel
comed, and they must be incited tu
deeds of during oy the piomiso of pro
tected liberty when they have gained
it, thus spar. n the lives of thousands
of our precious sons and brothers. Not
only this, but uu eye must bo held on
traitors in tho North. Lei them be
hold Vita a linn, unspaiin hand ;ki
them call at once upon their own heads
anv violence which they may .see!: U
ik riyht hit that d alii, it should ...
'rt tin and
'. And wherever we
liavo oliicors. either civil or hiii t:iry,
who Ieol tender toward re!
.slioiihl step aside at once lor men oi
.Now is the hour i:T eteadv piirno.v
and determined, Uiicomprmi.-i.i.; m-'ii. i , .,,
liCt me i refine;:!, rmiiiiieiie ae? v, r. a , . . ,
! mor-,' ve iu t:.
; i ii.cdii than S-iuU.-
hi-' (':d'i.'iel,, i'l-rrot oiil, every man '.
falls below this terriblo cansostruvs
the fuire.iss oi dm' cause, i. it Sow
1 1 1 .i
Tho Times !
Much is said about tho prospect of
Peaee, Wo think it our duty to say
that it is vrronj to deceive our soldiers
iu tho Uel.1, and pooplo at homo, with
uuch an idea. The former will ho ne
gligent and inattentivo to the drill and
necessary importance of being vigilant
at all times, as though they expected
tho loo any moment, and tho latter
would become, arthurwarm in the cause,
in providing tor tho wants of tho sol
dier. " Tho cry is Peace ! Peace! but I tell
jou there is no Peace." What means
this clank of arms on Tullahoma's
Wo venture to prodiet a change of
programme, which will surprise our
many readers but mark tho predic
tion. Kosecrand will change- his base
of operations. Tho war is over in Vir
ginia, tho "on to Pdchmorid" is no
longor the cry. A garrison will be left
upon tho Potomac, and Hooker will
divido his army between Koocrans
and Grant. In that ovent Lee will
havo to leavo a garrison upon his side
of tho Potomac, and divide his army
between Bragg and Pembertoi), and
tho theater of action will be removed
to tho banks f tho Missi.-tipi and
border of tho Western Statos.
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667 1 hose who li vo hi gi-ss i,fu-.s
nhoulii not throw stones, says one wi:
ought to know something about hun an
nature. Theroforo wo would a dviso
Union Hympathi.sers to be very particu
lar how they throw out their insinua
tion! rolativo to a reunion of the Nor
thern States with tho Southern ditto.
Wo have our eye resting upon some
who yet cling to the sandy ropo of rev
unionism, and unless they i.uep cool
something will ho divulged that will ho
very unpleasant to them. We had
rather bo a dog and bay at the moon, a
toad and feed upon tho vapors of a dun
geon, than a Tory, tor wo look upon
any one who favors a, reconstruction or
roun;on as being no less than a vile an 1
unmitigated Abolitionist and Tory.
Tho true Southern fooling has approxi
mated to that point, has so redeemed
itself from evil associations, that a man
claiming to bo a citizen of tho Confed
eracy must not give tho loast "aid and 1 fcee.c to prevent its voting or niduei ce
comfort" to a foo that disregards ail v,t,n." ' talking and writing-ihose
, . , i , riii who call it " trea.Mm to constitution
law, and tramples under foot tho rreat . n t . t i . . o
, ' 1 " ally oppose tlio Administration, will
pnnciplos ot right and justice. jl;lV0 :l contract on th sir hands Consid-
Away with such dark and impious
characters, who fulminate- their wicked
designs and blacken tho fair escutcheon
of our nation's glory. Down with the
traitors let their names bo handed
ol the Xorth ; and require all tho green
backs that can bo manufactured by
Chase J; Co. until that great day. This
if you think proper, you may publish.
X. Y. Z.
The Southern Wnttrated JVcws.Tho
reception of tlio last number of this
weekly was a treat to us- This new
feature in papcrdom in tho Southern
Confederacy is fulfilling tho just expec
tations of its most sanguine supporters,
and we predict for it a brilliant career.
We cannot speak in too hih terms of
this aide journal. It is now on its
,l:l:t logs," but tho day will como up
in its hitury when it will be read by
every civilized nation. Wo wish the
enterprising editors and publishers un
bounded success. Address Ayors &
Wa !e, Lichmoad, Va.
Andrew J. Anson Dc-
.-f...i Wa i ....... e..,,, !.., . ....it-
pa! hate or initiate. J..ct no traitor be j"
tolerated any .where. Tho tight rein j "!o ddumV that tho captain of An
must not slacicon, hut grow tighter, 'jd row Johnson's body guard deserted a
t man speak; tiwiton ht him lr. hawj few days ago, and is now with tho
baniy.l.cd &mlh t his J'riaid. Let every j .)iUjl0,"u Confederacy 'in her glorious
reptile who dares to vindicate tii'i , , , . , , ,
,, ' , i ., v .i i . land onward move or mdepcnJer.co I
South, or deerv the North, ho ;U "u'-o m i
put down. lt"is no time now to mince 1 M f-:il,t-al 11 Micd widely by turning
matters. Traitors should bo looked j his back upon suoh a demon as Andy.
upon and treated as traitors. Jliri.i n -
Ao Ii per 2'ri.u'l mi Monday. For
the information of many who are not
aware of the fact, we would stato that
tlio Bulletin is j.ri.iiM every dav ox
THIS UNDERSIGNED IU3 JUST 0
PENED a atoro in "Winchester and intend U
keep it supplied with as gmrl an itorUnmt
of family groccriti as the market affor.
I havo now on hand . -
WAX TAPERS, kC, AC.,,
all of which will be sold at a very moderate
advanco upon cost. S&" AH kinds of counfrjr
produeo wunti'd, for which the highest priee
will bo i ail in cash or goods.
Jan. Wih. dtf W. C. MtNSOJr.
Northern correspondents arc
it- letters of
; n journal. Poor
still anxious to dcfe.:t the 1
y ov era .ring them witli o;;ri
mon.ter eojiijiinents, let them h.ji;i-!
nii-JeM lor men who rea.ti.o t!i..t t
war is lor the cxistetico ol iieci'. :! a
i'ree i;ititi;tioii, and Iiiiim le pres.
with ail the vigor that so great a pi
demands. Is it, Seymour w: wo:
.-.I- a. : t.
' the (.overaau
a a. i : ia aiid
ei,, which ilia
!.'! lipcil I iT : - 1 1 1 . t-
'.' ! t. ( 'I.AKKNt'i.
. ' . A. .1.
Stato of Tennessee-Franklin CoJ
T. A. XliITU, v. CUMMINS, et alt.
On motion of ccmntaint, ana it appearing to
tlio satisfaction of tho (Jlerk and blaster th t
.James 1''. Cummins is a non-resident of the
tiintu of Tonnessco, so that tbe ordinary pro
ce.st of law t'..nuot ho scryed upG7i him,
it is thoroforo ordered that publication, be'
mado for four consccutiro weeks in tho Bul
letin, a iipor publishod in the town, ef Win
chester, requiring said non ronideni defendant
to ho and personally appear before- trie Clerk
Ami JIastej, oa or before Wednssday afth- the
third 3Ioudayin Fobuary next, there and then'
to d aJ, answer or demur to complainants4
petition, or tho same will be taken for confess
ed and set for hearing cxparto as to him,
J an. -J. lm. ILK. ESTILL, C. and M.
State of Tennessee-Franklin Co-
;'r, et. als. I
County Court, January term, 18J3. H !n p'3
ciu-inr to the Court now in sojsion tha'N'anoy
r.knejH una mnint son John, J. Ji. .Morris,
S iieiii l W. ,Moriis, Francis M. Morris and
H i y-J. J-'orr'u. and ilary JIurphy, are non
ri'. lu'nis f tho State, so that tho ordinary pio-C'---
of law ran not bo served upon them, jt is
le.on.f(.i:. ordered ry tho tourt that publiea
l'uei be rja in tho Daily Bulletin, a ne
p;!j':r .ui;iis!i,!,l i:. tlio .town of VinehHtr.r,
f v four e-eiir't.uLivft woeks, requiring suidnu-..-.sii!ci;tM
to bo and pnrjonally appear teferr
t'i.' wor.-liij ni County Court. "to he held at lh
C.nn-l Hmisx in Winehfiiter, Ttr n., on the Crt.
Monday ef February. ISO;'., then and there V
I Irad. :.ruy, i!- or demur to the petition, or vha'
.'..irr v.-iil b' til.eii for eonfeision, and set f:
L""! i:::; o.C ta:'tn t.ti In them.
jo.T-.y,- ' JOHN G. KXOCHS, Clerk.
J. II. Younff, et. als.,
Wm. JI. Tiussey, adm
:l li' t;:.
ny si'vot'.' e:'.i..i; e viio-v ;.,
stand. Is i! su.rh ini.-erahlo ai.-sfrr,' ;
on tnen, fiiudi pvr y'v(.'i.cs- j.r i y.c'i' j
a. ('x, I 'ullandoji'ium and Oil, I t ;,.
be p"t at 'it:"!' ifa .' they C:in ' ; harm. -If
their dcadh In ncccwtry, id it '-
thry trei'j'i. not.'iiv'J cxerpt when b.iii.'-rd '
djaimit the ?.v m.v f the emmtry. .1 e t ' i
tlio President ieol tliat he is net in !,: ''
Ireedom ihronghout a thousand age.-) j
to coine, and aet with that nneonee: i' !
for men that sueh a thought hhould
as lol'owa on t!io
I ten :.
:-.u-h. 1: -b't A.
.qmrer coninient.-. i i
IiP- f T f ""--17". '
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!?:! t,!v (.oil!-')." si i'u i r l-v r.-'i'.o-iiii.g ii. 'ontp.v
:ia: !y.' U. M. I'Ail'J. LI'..
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1 t'lj. . a . -wo -
S'!'ilVV:;i) V'A'A',1 CAXf AT BI'.Tif-
i :n.r-.i ii:--o:,i:i, m;i t!:c- l: n 1 1: 1 1.
'tl.. li(l.:vi' one' a r : i :i 1 1 yr ..) horse
l Vi :,L TAX 11 1 DM INTO SOI K
I.t;:c:e r for love.iuy-nvo cents per pound, and
into r.ppi i-'ather f.-r forty eonu per pound.
Or I e. ;!l i.-'i on the slmio for one-half. Oi I
will c;iv. n; i.m thread. leather or money for all
,Kv'f.-i and dry hides delivered to me at Salem
Mills or :.t uy 'tanyard. .
W. S. CRIDDLJB.
XoW, all tint wo cii o.so t) say at,
Uds limo in reply to the.'-o threats (d' ;
in ordering .Oeavci'at.s for did'ering vvitn j :
tho AbontiOiiist.s in opinion, n tnat i;
tho lattor boiic. o they ean gain hy that
r jl b " . iiwn.j tin i nut y v i 1 1 1 i 1 1 v" i n i j
soon as t'.iey p.e:;.-!ol It wili he a s;v
ry day 1'or them, a d.iy they w ijj not 1.
lui ly to forget. Tho.-io who attoinjit
to trash out. tho Democratic party at
the Aorth by 1 nee oi arai.s Ihose
j i .!tH
i ii i tr.,
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!l !; .!. ft!-
i-W: t, aa 1 : I
'v!m a:,d . 'i.-e
Ii :i!i 'Ve l",.t; a .
d'-livi-rnef i:.'' r.l.
r.c.; : and tail, i'.'uou'.
I r.y h.r-'- 1 ..ft cfoiiji
' h-;.r. i"; i.'ifi oa tht!
'. 0' J ...J to any por
v ,. : : .: t-U f ii i.i r.t
HOUSE FCIl RENT.
A COMKOKTAHI.IS DWELLING IM
in tho rs! erlis of Winchester for rent for thi
year. A idee g.vden; orchard, stable, adUk
cu s.f , atuchod. Ai olvr Ht this office.
: 1 1 :
erably larger than they tan aecoinvdis
In regard to tho currency the Un
quire i' nays :
Si Ii i'i n 1 1 1 iii-jnn riT rnnnp i,-i,-iw.i-
down to posterity as being clarified j increase as rapidly for the next ofx
wita thoso hirehnr of tho revedution I rnontus as it has during the past twelve,
who deigned to mako war upon tha !,w. ,,ul' b0, a i,ot,.,ni ot tho luno SH"
of by old Dr. Withcrnpoon. one of the
.signers ot the Declaration, " vvheu cred
itors were, seen running away from
their debtors, and debtors pursuing
them in triumph, and paying them with
teachings of a Washington.
- Southern Uterary Mctsenjer. Tho
January No. of this most fiuperU,worIc
is upon our table, tho contents of which
are highly interesting. This magazine i
noma no iioornny sustained by tho I A correspondent in tho Kiinuircr. in
ppoplo of tho Confederate States, as it. answer to a problem as to the time tho
tftaches upon every subject of deep im- rebellion will be crushed, says :
port, whilst its miscellaneous reading; In answer to your " Arithmetical
is from the most laleutod correspond-' Problem," after making all the ca'cu!;1.-
entti. Terms of tho Alossongor $3 per tions, I find tho ' time" will be tho
noum, in advance. Addnls Maefar- oi" Kni" bllt- "'
. ... . bo a very busy day, it must be deterred
lane k ergnssou, Propraetors, Rioh-'mj Lh0 daV after "The number of
KWi, liros," tho whole of the lighting men
i 'i. '. l.u:v!i.',r at 1 i-iide-e.:ii'!ers. Kt'"i:iejr
....., . '
C.rpj ;;l Iu!i;.!ioi.ex.
.INI), .it. V.-T;;i;::j:.l'OON.
Jar.tCS-dlvv. iHpU and A. M.
G30 "XC3.7.7!:S"'077' XLiVIiTID
J & O A L; j .
I vrsir TO Si'IJ. MV Dr.SII'.AnLE
lown twe iiiiles iV.ji;) Vv iiieh !' and one
o i : i e ! e r from Deeh-.-rd. K-iVi'eiiei'S A. S.
Colyer, A irielo'tor : J scjih Carter, leeherd;
A. J. MiiHiu, Estill Suriie-i.
Jan. 26 lm. ' ' V. R, EAIBIIY.
T : .' ANY COLOE AIn'D STYLE PK1X
ted at tins oiee.
OFFICEE'S PAY ACCOUNTS
OX HAND AN!) I'OitALE AT Tllxi
Daily JJulietlii oJlieu,
A ?To. 1 I Jo-top Buggy for Sale.
Can he luid very cii?;ip. A ply ut the Eul
lotin oiiiee. dtf
FIVE SUBSTITUTES WANTED.
THE SlICCKIBi:!'. WILL PAY HIGH
prices for li vo alio bodied im.n over forty-Uvo
,. nu lJ , i I II (i-.l
J. IL "WILLY.
Chattanoojra, Jan. 8 dlod.
t$,0,000 werthuf sfoek in the Nash
vill'i and ChutUnod.;.-! Euilro.id Company.
Jan. li dim.
Splendid Chewing , Tobacco.
TO BE HAD AT' DANIEL URAZEL-
TOWS Stuni in WineL'.tur.
.Nev. 2-3 tf.
A I. BAY HOUSE AND A FAIL
:iy .i-jekjiway. 'J'ho horo i kind and gerstli',
.m i ti fi rockawy noarly now. Enquirs t
tliiioi'dcc. ja, 8, 'C3 dtf. f
GOLD(FcH"iRS ALEr "
A .NO. 1 GOLD CASK FTj' LL JEW EL E l
Watch for side, warranted n good tin kpr,
Apjily t this odico. jan. 7 '63.
POTATOES I ! !
at T. J. Daiison' store in Winchaator.
Pec, 14. 1862-d tf.
Eoautifully printed and for alett th BV L
LET1N OEEICE. , , jan24
Neatly printed and for i&le at the BT? L
LETIN OEFICE. jan2-i
" ean1Sote PAPER
TOR PRINTING SUINPLASTERS, j at
received at tho Daily Bulletin oflico.
1 000 POUNDS OF PORK, FO$ "WHICH,
the highest market price -will fc paid. Apj lj
at this ollico. IS dtf.
W.J. a latter
.All kinds of blank
for the use of th
my printed rh neatly ai'can be done in the ( oi '
federacy. A. good lot of. flne colored ink n
Ironzen, for " : ' i '
on hand. Orders promptly filled.