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BY GAXNAWAY & SL ATT Kit.
h. I. taiAWll. W. J. blAITLR.
Ar i n o li o tor:
Wednesday Morning, Feb. 11th.
I Jl 1 !. .j-
Thcro was nothing of particular in
ttrust transpiring at lust accounts from
Tho enemy havo one portion of their
main army u- Christiana, on tho rail
road, Which is ten miles frow Murt'rees
boro, and ono mile from the Shelbyvillo
piko. They also havo a portion of cno
of thoir corps-d'armee ut Koadyvillo.
How far tlicir pickets are in advance
of thttso points wo havo not hoen relia
bly informed, but presume- thoy aro
Bomo dintanco iu front of their lines, as
wo havo continual oliirmishin from
d:iy to day. Our scouts encounter
thoir cavalry pickets twenty miles
this sido of Murfroesboro. Tho enemy
mako trerpiont attempts to forage, with
u heavy forco, and are as often re
From every appearance along our
lines, it seems as if wo were determined
to locato permanently at the point se
lected, or rather in Middlo Tennessee,
wo should havo said, as wo may con
lulo to move further to tho front, and
join " Iiosy " with a dish of Intel. :u;l
minnio, while wo tako a few with the
Our combined cavalry force havo
taken a liulo pleasure cxl-ui-mu.'i,
and promise to hriny; many of tho
" Abs " homo with thfi-i to spend hoimo ;01t. t.ll)ic u Lvn:dm inypjtlnng good,
time with us, until their JJatler, who : original and selected. Wo lo k upon
liae bcn catering for Federals (in i this monthly as one of the best, pro
providing patriot martyrs for the j 'luotioiis that ever was introdaeed to
v . . , ... v public favor. It is neatly printed, well
anku to appease their appetites.) re-; ' ' ' ,
turns to give us an account of his
Thcro is quite a st'r among those
subject to conscription, since (Jen. Pil
lovr has boon placed in charge of tho
Conseript Bureau. Thero is an average
of forty porday picked up at and near
Shelbyvillo and Tullahoma. Some of
those subjects become tho most artful
dodgers tho country ever heard of.
Lt. McFcrran, who is making u a
short call, with authority from (Jen.
Pillow,1 has already picked up fifteen,
nd will soon add some of tho "artful
dodgers " to bis list. At the rates that
thoy aro collected up. now we may
soon increase our little Wcstorn army
several thousand. After theso con
scripts havo onco smelt ; gunpowder,
they will do as good fighting as did
thosoat Vicksburg. Tho wiry fellows
don't mind tho fighting, but they hate
to bo lying in camps until tho battle
comos. ;off. - They iiko to remain at
homo until tho evo of battle, and then
ttiby will go out with thoir trusty rifles
and .Lap t tho Yankees like tsquitels.
.So'methiog not: accounted for seems
to havo retardod Rosocrans' progress
since wo last communicated from the
front.1 ' Our troops made a reconoisauco
in tho vicinity; of Spring liill, this side
of Franklin, Tcnn., and found that the
one ray in that direction had fallen back
-ovoq beyond the latter place. li may
bo 'that Kosocrans intends to changp
Col J. B. Palmer. t
We had tho pleasure of a conversa
tion a few eveninirs since with' this
noblo oflicer who has boon confined for
some time in our town, at the residence
of T)r. Jas. Porter, in consequents of
severe wounds received in tho battle
before Murfroesboro. ' We recognized
in Col. Palmer an old acquaintance,
iiarink known him" in rurfreeslioro'in
the year "5. Col. P. raised his regi
ment, the 18th Tennessee, in and
around .Uurfreesboro, and in the battlo
his regiment litcrajjy ''illustrated the
determination andgTorious invincibility
of men who fight for thoir homes. It is
actually true that many of his men
were fighting upon tho very ground
they evened, and, alas! many fell i".
dufenco cf tho: e sacred homes. Wo
can have some idea of tho desperate
courago with which they fought, by
noticing tho fearful loss in tho regiment,
being one hundred and thirty-fivo out
of four hundred and fifty engaged, and
tho Colonel 'and his entire staff, and
every company commander but two
being either killed or wounded. Wo
spoke of tho Colonel's staff, and by
way of explanation would state that
Col. Palmer was commanding a brigade
at tho time of tho conflict. The reason
of tho frarful loss in bis regiment is to
a considerable degree attributable, no
doubt, to the 'fact that it occupied the
extreme right, and was opposed ' by
two full regiments ot tho enemy, who
tried to Hank him, but finally quailed
and took a backward double quick
rather than contend longer with men
lighting lilt-rally for their homes. Col.
I'almer, although wounded in three
plaeoH severely, never left tho field, but
continued to cheer and inspire his vet
eran soldiers. Wo are 'And to be able
m() iliat iu, js fast recovoriiu
B.r The, " Southern Field and Fire-
Isl. n In' .l:ilili;il-V .1 1st. IS i.i. 1 IliiOM
21!1M iti.-iy eu'.ieu, uun ui-vutvu i" mi;
interests of every well-regulated class
of Southern people who wish to en-
.c-oui-rg lite rat tiro and tho lino arts,
agriculture &c, Ac Published ly Jas.
(rurdner, Augusta, Ga. Terms 1) per
fi"A lean dog gets nothing but
fleas," says an old proverb. Old Abe
must sutler in llo flesh most excruciat
ingly then for he is undoubtedly the
most consumato dog known throughout
tho wide world a cur of low degree.
Bk"Live with wolves, and you'il
learn to howl." Cast your lot with
re-construaionists and union shriekers
and you will soon howl out in favor of
tho infernal doctiiuo of abolitiondom.
( Evil communications corrupt good
. U5u It is s:iid the seventeen years
locu.sts, wi'l appear this year. Thoir
last appearance was iu .May, 1810.
Well, let thorn come, so thoy don't
hring any gray backs with them or
seventeen year itch Yankees. Wo havo
already been "cussed" enough by such
Society at tin; North is already ex
periencing the refining elFucis of Ab
olitionism. A fino looking young lad v
in Michigan hua been wedding a n;
gr man. Her parents are represented
as' being quite weallhy people, who
have kept the negro aa a servant in
their employ, and made him, to all ap
pearances, a member of the farmlv.
They will now reap the bitter fruit of
sucjia course.. The case will 'be a
sweet incense to Lincoln, Greeley, ani
o hers of their stamp. ;
Our Army Regulations.
Some ono has takon our ''Army .Reg
ulations" from the Bulletin office a
book which is indispensable, to us in
doing all sorts of army blanks. We
bought tho work at llarpcr' 8 Ferry
packed it for 12 months in the ser
vice ami thus it is. hallowed. .Hut
asMo : from this, wo canned do without
it, and wo "will give ten dollars reward
to tho person who either took it or
stole it, if he will 'bring it back. Oh!
if this world was ' only ' honest, thero
would bo no use for vigilance1,' for 'locks
and keys. Jusioii. .
The following extract from a letter
received and addressed to tho Senior
is indeed encouraging :
In Cam? neau Shklbyville, 1
: Feb. 5, 1SC3. j
Sir: Enclosed plcaso find ono dol
lar, for which you will send me tho
Bulletin for ono month. I havo seen
several issues of tho papor, and am
much delighted with it. I consider , it
to be, truly, tho Soldier's Friend. .
Wo are intimately acquainted with
the bravo and chivalrous young Con
federate soldier who is tho author of
tho above extract. IIo knows how to
appreciate a good thing, and hence his
eulogies so far as tho JBullotin is con
cerned. We wish Eddy "good luck"
through tho. war and a daily reader of
the Bulletin until
The war U ov;r, whou we'll turn back
To tho piiieo where wis first .started.
JJQ"" We smoked a genuine liegalia
Cig.r yesterday, presented to us by a
friend. It was delightiul, an 1 wo hope
that our special admirer wiil "do u
A LI. I'KKSoNS A UK WAKXEI.) .N'Ol'
l' i ti'.uli- lol- livte fivclt lij nit 'nv W. li. i-'l.-ii-i
i, .in.-.. M. Uilv'ii, W. i'. -M:i tnrliue-, A.
i:l;;rlvt.i iiiid Win 11. Cri.-uiau, :unt the .!ir!i;.s
l'eijii.'.--li'il Hi t t.i pay to any boily but lie", i lue
ii.'ii - IkiV : -l i sii'ii a ii'i.ui niu ui.'l viii tn
'le.pi iciii.i'd in nl'.i.liu it.
!..!. l"-uv K. I',. C'UlSif A.N.
FARM roil SALE. '
IOKMilt Y()l', SAI.i; MY FAUM AT
K-tiil iSprintr, t-niitairiin dli m'ris well im-prov.-d.
For piiri'eubir.s aj.jily to tho umler-ri-lii'd
on the -.M-lliisen.
Jan. 10 hv.
A. J. MASON.
Horses and Buggy for Sale.
TllUKK NO. 1 HOUSES and n line no-top
BUGGY for sale. Apply at the Bulletin
0!li.;e ui- I'ost Commissary. febX-tf
HOUSE FOR SALE.
A six year old deep son el; lopes finely and
can bo hud for $150. Apply ut the Bulb-tin
ON THE lliTil DAY OF MAHCII NEXT,
1 will seil at the Court House, in Winchester,
all the real estate of. the late John Knight, of
Franklin county. Sold by virtue of n deed
of trim executed to mo. , Part cash and part
credit. The Farm is a desirable oin
630 AGBES 03? XXTD
I WISH TO SELL MY DESIRABLE
Farm two miles from "Winchester and one
quarter from Dot-herd. .References A. S.
tolyer, mehester ; Joseph Carter, Dechcrd;
A. J. Mason, Estill Springs. '. "
Jan. 3 1m.
, U. K, EMBKY.
TAN YARD NOTICE.
I "WILL TAN HIDES INTO SOLE
Lfiuther for twonty-livo cents per pound, and
into upper leather for forty eonts per pound.
Or I will tan on the shares for one-half. Or 1
will givs spun thread, leather or money for all
green and dry hides delivered to mo nt Salom
JMills or at my tunyard. . ,
. . ' " ' W. S. ClvIDDLE.
W. J. S latter
All kinds of blanli
... biiu uau OL HIP ni .
federaey A ROod U of lino colored inks anf
bronzes, for , nj
on hand. Orderj promptly flHod. .
v, u ,i '
State of Tennessee, TtanMinCoT'
J?; A. Lough'mtller, Ajmr, .Ac.,lT.T.qj?
, Uandly. Potioa to tfltyf SltIiMrf
In obodienca l(? a aecrro w 'nf'-wnijrcoittt
of Franklin county, pfoocKinowl ialthsl
cause I shall, on the First Monday of Martk
next, at tho Court IIoiuo door, In the town of
Winchester, proceed to soli to the highwt bid
der, on a credit of twelve months, taking not
and sufficient security, and retaining a lieu
onthosuuio, the following Slaves, Land and..,
Town Lots, to-wit: Alired Dick, Betty and her. J
two youngest ..tjfcildrjn.Bulah s apdjBeorg
atartlmand her infant1. son, Marcus, Frankr?
Floronco and Sani.iiThe bWdlhg td' coav k
m'-neo as iollows: Alfred,' $GQ0rDlck,s-$1200itO'
Jjottv and two children, $16Q0; Martha and
son,$li:00; Marcus, $700; Frank, $600; FIonK
enee, $8B0; Sam, $500. , x.
Tho following Land and Town Lota: 0M
Tract of Land ia District .a, . descriptjqa p
given on day of sale, biddings to commence at "'1k
$1200. House and.Lot in'Salenf, tidditigs to
conimcnco at $2."0. Store liquse la Winches
ter, biddings to commence at' $2000. HoiW ff
and Lot in Winchester, in which W. C. Hand
ly resided at tho timo of his death, bidding tu
commence at $2500. . ; - -
JOHN o. KNoens, -
feb7-td - . .Clerk,", n''
State of Teimessee Franldia Co;;-
Treslon llatchel vs. Wm. Hatchel et. all. . Pe..'
tition to sell Blares. . ,; , .
County Court, February Term, 1868.
It ajp?aring to the Court that Wm. E. IIat '-'
chel, fcnuan llatchel, Elizabeth Hatchel, Thos,-?-V.
ilatehel, Samuel Ross and wife Susan, John
T. Groen and JJdward. Hatchel, are. non-mi '
dents f the State of Tenncsaeo,, so that the ''
ordimtry prows. of law cannot be served upon':
them: it is ordered by the Court that publics-.1
tion bo mudo in the, Daily Bulletin, a newnpa
pr published in tho town of Winchester, for '
lour consecutive weeks', requiring said no- s
residents to be before the worshipful County
Court, to be hold at Winchester on the 1m '
Monday in March, 1863, or' tho bill will be
taken for confessed, und set for- hearing' e v
parte as to thorn. - .
JOHN O. ENOCHS,
febTJw " ', ' Clerk. '''
State of Tennessee, Franklin Co. ;
n. It. Snores, Guardian,, ts 'Honry Janpea i ,
Hobertson. Petition Jo roign, ;,
County Court, February Term, 183U,
It appearing to thH satisfaction of the Conrs .
thiil Henry .J. Uobertun U a non-residut ef.
tin- State of Tennessee, so that tho, ordinary1
j.r.ieess of law eimiiot bo sc rved u'n hiui, it
is ordered by the Court taat publication' ke ' '
iiiadi- in the Daily Bulletin, a newspaper pn!- .
liiin d in tho town of Winchester fur fytv ,
ei.n.seeiuive weeks, requiring said non-ridot.
u iie and pi i'i.nally appeitr before thn wor
shipful Ci.iinty Court, to h held at Winvhu
tr ti the Ut Monday of March, 18ft3, thwi
und there in answer tho petition, or tb asme
will be taken tor confessed und jt for IWrLsg
ex parte u to him, ,
JOHN O. ENOCHS. ,
1',1,7-U clerk. '
IST O T I. O E.
The following named mcmoer of Twumi
Kegimciu?' hiui CompKiife who dird in and
.ii-.e.iud Richmond, Ya., left rlt'riiU, whieh Ua
h-g:il repr Niitatives ettn siwurupoH prwoit.
lion of proier evidemo to Capt. CLAKENCfl
MORFlT, Asistaiit Quartwniantor, Bio
mend, Virginia :
Alb nJl. B. ' Jor.(,'A. B.: ' '
Comiell. S. L'ddy, A. J.
Dowi ing J. V. Rogers, J. T.
(ia-key, (J. Reedon. LuwW
Holmes, Robert Sunders, J. H. , ,
Scarborough, Itob't H.
Riehmond, Va.. Deeeruber 20, I8M.
C2r Tennessee papers copy. ' - fobitf '
nisw store. ,:'
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS JU'f
RES ED a store in Winchwtor and iBtowUfe
keep it supplied with as gw-er&l a vimJ
of family groceries us tlia nu-rkfta sMta. ' '
i havo now on hand "' ''
SUGAR, : ... .
KICE, . ..
SODA, - -;
CANDY, - "-
TOBACCO, ' - '
WAX TAPERS, &O..&0., ' J 1
all of which will be $old at a ' rery modf
advance upon cost. &a)- All kind of oounfrf
produce wanted, for which th hlghcat pri
will be paid in cash or goods.
Jan. ttith.. , dtf V. 0. il U3JSQS.
FIVE SUBSTITUTES WANTED-'
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL PAT BlG
prices for fivo able bodied men over forljf-lh
years of age. ' ' ,
,n ' ' ' i '- ''. J. H. WILLT
Chattanooga, Jan. 28-dlOd. ,. ,r.,
SO.OOO worth of 6ck in theK
villo and Chattanooga Railroad Cfim&f
AFP'y to JOSEPH CAETBS.
jan. 17 d
POTATOES! I". ' (';, : . 'J ,' : '!
'v ii. .o j'-Li POTATOE1'1
t T.'J. Denson'g store" in Vlncbestof;" V '
Dec, 14, l?G2-dtf. '
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