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BY (iAXNAWAY & S LATTER.
H. L. t.V.VUWAY. W. J..MATIK.I:.
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Thursday Morning, Feb. 12th.
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CT1 Jn:t.. "ri..H;t Uopubl., rueiew-
AMUU MUUHUlj;tlercnt r.ewspuprrs. in which it wv
be scon that tho Question as to a nt
wo shall have peace is one of mei
speculation. While some have looUec
forward to a change fur the hotter as u
consequence of the success of t!o dem
ocratic party North, others argue from
as tenable standpoints that sucli kuc
cess will hut serve to continue t lie war.
As for ourself, we confess wo only see
ourselves two years nearer the. end than
we wore tiro yearsayo. This expression
will at once lay hare o;ir ported ina
bility to conjecture when peace will
come, and is the shortest and most ex
plicit answer we can give to the hun
dreds ot men and women who inquire
of us, every chance, as to what we
think about peace. We have hcreto
tore conjectured have sailed in imag
ination across the briny deep and seen,
with bounding heart, tho mammoth
men-of-war leaving foreign shores to
come to America and break the iniqui
tous paper blockade of Lincoln. In
fancy, horn of reason, we have seen j
tho perturbed spirit of Knghwid do- j
mauding redress lor insults otl'ered her
Ibig by the boastful cruisers of the
North have heard tho groans of want
from idle laborers; seen tears of sad
ness stealing down the furrowed cheeks
of widows, and the cherry face of merry
Our readers must not expect impor
tant news from tho front every dav
it is to bo presumed, from tho present
position of tho troops, that there will
be frwquent skirmishing along out
lines. Our correspondent, " Paul," has an
ticipated our " Times" article in yes
terdity'H issue. Wo, however, can re.
iterate the fact that the enemy are in a
deplorable condition for the wherewith
al to keep body and soul together. We
stated in former accounts of the situa
tion of allairs in front, that the ene
my's commissary stores were entirely
tat off by railroad, and that their only
communication was by water, up tha
" I'aul " informs us of the stale of
affairs in the neighborhood of llarpeth
Shoals, proving that wo have driven
back sixteen transports within tho past
few days, thus cutting oil' Ilo-ccrans'
supplies by that route. What must
bo tho condition of tho enemy at this
particular juncture ? They eorrjjinly
State of Tennessee-Franklin Cofl
T. A. KEITH, v. CUMMINS, J
Ou motion of complaint, ana itPD,t..7'
I the satisfaction of th Clork and iltaUt tW
James F. Cummin it a non-resident of
Statu of Tennessee, o that the ordinary prf
fl ctss ot luw cannot on slttcu upon nun.
" ."ji It U'thcrefore ordered that publication W
! made for four conaccutiro weeks in thfi
, k'tin, a papor published in the town of lyj,.
' cluster, requiring said uon-rcnidcnt UbfnjM!
j to be and personally appear beforu tbCUri
j nnd Musttj, on or buforo Wednssdaj aft,
" . SJ third .M ondu y in Fcbuary next, thre ni thH
'. It.) jib-ad, answer or demur to complain,,
petition, or thu flvimo will b taken for coafw
- " ! ed and ct for la-arini' oxparU an to him.
Jan. 28 1m. H.Ji. K.STILL,C.anasi.
State of Tennessee-Fraiiklinci
J. II. Ytmnjj, ut. als.,
: AVru. M. Russor, adm'r, ct ala. J
County Court, January term, IPCS. hi,
peni in to tho Court now in session thatN'm
Kkrid!?c and infunt on John, J. R. Morfli
Samm;i V. Morris, Franei.s M. Morriiani
.Ma y J. orris, and Mary Murphy, artnoa
readouts of tho s'tatw, to that tho rdinarj pr
ctv5 of law cannot bo lervt'd upon them, ft it
thoreforc ordered by th Court that publica
tion be nmde in tlio Daily Bulletin, a st.
jmpcr published in the town of 'WinehwUr
for four consecutive weeks, requiring aidn!
reidi'iits to hn and personally appear befyr
the wor.-hipfu! ('ounty Court. tobehfldatU
Ceuit House in Winchester, Tenn., on tbt Ant
Monday of February, ISGu, then and thtri u
I lend, answur or doiuur to th petition, e-rUt
saino will bn taken for confession, and ittftw
3 lieai lnir ex parte as to them.
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JOHN Ct. KNOCIIS. Clwk.
youth becoming pale beneath the gnaw-1 rjj Tho acccininotl.iting, rllicirnt.
ins of insalialo hunger all because
the looms of liirmingham, of .M.anches
and indcluti'iable Superintendent of
the X. &, 0. Railroad. Col. E. W. Cole.
tor, and other marts of trade, were , h) ll(,lt ,!1V nr.n we oxer saw
idle, for the capitalists could no more
get cotton. Added to these deinacds
upon the hearts of the g'-eat European
in rcconsiiiicting burnt bridges) will
please jiccrpt our thntiks for his lim.l j
ooiisidrr.-ition ol us.
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nowcrs. we have nuninncu mai nmirn i . ....... .
must be reduced to half rations, !i''l ti:ll ,,ri.:ll jcver w,ii"., inuV(s n:Lt i u- t-..:" The Local ol the liullKin ("Old
they cannot stand that long without ' W(. ;ts individuals would instigate jli v.N ") is off the tripod, and rolled out
becoming demoralized. Surolv.it this I mm effort tu brinir the war to a close esterda
is the true state of affairs, l and we
' following named members of Teas
tents and Companies who died io iii
n-oujiil Jtienmonu, u., lelt en ecu, wLicb tkt
reir;'seiitatives can secure upon prMita-
tion of proper evidence to Capt. C I.AKF.5iCI
MOltFIT, Assistant tuarlcr master, Bi
in.. ml, Virginia : ,
Allen, M. It. Jonw. A. n.
Connell, S. Leddv, A. J.
Downing J. F. Uojjers. J. T.
(ia-key, (. Keodon, Lewis t
ilolme4, Unbert Sanders, J, 11.
Scarborough, Kub'l II.
Riehiiiond, Va.. Deeeinbor 20, ISW.
f Ten in'.-, vu paper copy. fvVi,t
mi: rNDKUsifsxr.i) has jts? t.
morning for Atlanta. Jle , I'KM'.Ha i..re in inrbeur and inmsM
liave every reason to believe it is,) the
enemy will bo 'ompelled to evacuate
Murfroerilioro, if not ahvillo, unless
their .low advance is in hopes of ob
taining bread, by fighting tor it.
Our boyK arc ready for the hungry
wolves, and will give them a substantial
meal, with a little (jrajn: desert.
Wharton has also cut off another
forage train, nnd their horses must be
KufYoring for that food that is required
to enable thorn to bo of any Hcrvice,
either in tho cavalry or artillery corps,
or ixj drawing their wagon trains. 15
thus striking at tho root ot the tree,
we destroy their very " i staff of life,''
nnd " its fruits shall fall by tho way
wde." XT The local editor left for Atlan
ta yesterday morning and until Ins
return we must play his part, which
h tho u'fiy, wc did yesterday in mag
nificent style in one respect. Around
n taliile loaded with delicacies wo met
some, friends and all feasted to lazy
Julnesji, and all regretted our local was
Hosides missing this happy affair,
our local missed four fairest misses be
sides, whose sunny smiles cast a ray
of sunshine athwart our murky sanc
tum on jester eve, under the misap
prehension that "ye local'' was in.
We told them ho was At Inula, and
thereupon wo missed the misses in a
miss iirUc manner. When t ey call
a Gun we hope he will not be Miss fuir.
, JCT Our print has generaily been
a 1m i ed for its clearness. Our im
pression is just as good now, hut the
paper is so thin that ink goes entirely
ih rough. "J'is the best we can get at
HQ" W-' ui'i have a decidedly in
l r 'sling paper out lo-morrow.
nut through love tor the noblenss of will remain in I fiat city for a lew days, ;' " I'l'1"'' s H yt"( w
,tt M. ! 1 , I I'M t i I I I ut' nllf -ll..l' . -Itl.l tti.lll
I'llf Vd ! ' "I 1 1 I l 1 I 1 I 1 1 L I 1 1 vi win ' litll'llliv 11 I ft I I ( IV 'll H llil in I l u I III
and forlilmh not for this, lor seli.-,h- await further order." All short iSl'fiAU,
niiinating blood which ; comings in the Jural line can be all rib- i
courses the veins of nations, llul, w e uted lo hU ab .u:ice.:t' j
have been deceived. The syren vmgs
of the Tress in Murojio were sang to
please our ears, and wo allowed the
dulcet strains to lure us into apathy.
1 Ju t the Confederacy has had itself
aroused by the stern reality of tho
71 A coiiiiiiiinuMf.oii in Wf-tcr
day a paper, signed "rani, was Uaicd
the Dili. It should have been 11th.
The Fort Donelson Affair.
We have waited to the la! est moment ' C It I A J v.
woiMs Who would be free themselves 1)et.i oiii ,u - ,K,U. j W A X TA PF.fJ &l ' . AC.
. -I.I II I 11- I. O O I ' " .. .! u i ... . u I 111... u, . . .1 . t .. r x
must strike the blow. o now Know
what to depend upon. We have tho
menus in our power, nnd by diligence,
which is the mother of good luck, we
will win our freedom. How long wo
must strive we cannot tell, but success
is certain. Let us no more borrow
hopo from foreign twaddle, for if we
do we shall lind the golden apple
naught but ashes. Let the North
wrangle, and our soldiers take warn
ing by it to unitedly persevere, re
membering the sensible maxim of
Cromwell: Trust in Providence and
keep your powder dry."
CT The editors of the bulletin
tender Capt. J'l. J). Warden, of (Jen.
Morgan's Ihigade, warmest thanks
for an invitation to a brigade ball to
be given in McMinnville to-morrow
night, and regret that urgent business
-ill ulilrli will uitlil -.it m v.rf aMwWvt
something by telegraph in relation to : :i,iV!lMlV Uj f.,..,. tr Allkio.l ef esr
iho disaster reported to have befallen , produce warned, for which ib.. high iiw
, ,. will l' Kiid in en'h or toou.
i us at I'oiielson that iinlot tiinate tort. ; ,:ln. u'.uli. Un' W. Ml'SSOS.
lut we have nothing conclusive. One
report says that Cen Forest had 4,o00 FIVE SUBSTITUTES WANTED-
cavalry m.gagcd and was repulsed with! V 15S( ' !; it K K NV 1 1. 1. PAT HIJH
'- i priees lor tisoalile bodied mn uer fcnj-lv
a loss of oiK,-fiiirth his men. This we ear-ot aire.
don't believe, but wo fear it is bad. j ,,. . Ac J. II. Wll.LY.
' ( lialtai ira, Jan. Is d Kd.
Gen. Forest is a very bravo man, and, ...
c. : ..i.e., ,i.. v.. i, 4 . . '
e n;;u ue i.-i let i iersi n i; iijpu iu
hear p'om our correspondent there.
a r.L rr.r.soNs auk waunkd .not
to trade for notes' iven to me bv W. I). Kinh
er, .las. M. WiUon, '. ,Vl act'arlane, A.'
Hiirki! and W in 15. Crisiuan, and the jiarties
reipiested not to pay to any body but inc. Tlie.se
note.-; have 1 n stolen from niu and will be
duplicated bv altidavit.
l.-,.h. lii'lw K.J). CltlSM.VX.
" FARMFOa SALE. '
I OKI' Kit roil SALK MV l-'AJtM AT
Estill Springs, containing Uii acres well inv
$,()(l() wori'i of stock in J
villo and t baitarnM't'a U.iilrosKi Owjnf
Apply to .lOSKl'll CAIITF.K.
Jan. 17 dim. pwhm
at T. J. Dcnson'i store la Wusob'.
Dee, 14, l?62-dtf.
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duties will prevent their attendance. , on t!l(, ',.list.5.
They wish the attendants a joyous j Jan. io lw.
A. J. MASOX.
Horses and Buggy for Sale.
'I'lllM.M.' '(l I ll()l!l.s; mi.. I ., !!,,.. ..t.s..
LL lie'V. U JJ. J,illolt arrived 111 i T,U(; i V for sale. Apply at the Bulictin
our town yesterday direct from Vicks- uVc r i.q.-h ommiary. tc-i.H-tt
Ijlii'l'. Jle savs the enemv are dig 630 ACEES OF XiXTZD
o-ino- mu'mv :if tlio p.'inril .nnd will miic ',F 0 R SALE.
Cl"-rt j -
eeed in getting it through.
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-j'" Capt. -Ino. K. ILandly, 17th Ten
no. see llegiment, has placed us under
renewed obligations for a club of .sev
enteen subscriber; for the l)aiiv Bui-1
W. J. IMr
'vM.rW All kinds of W
lor i no us oi -
my irinted as neatlv rnt ran lf don in th ,
fedei acy. A good lot of fine olord ink w
bron .es, for
I "W rSH TO SKLL MY DKSI ISA BbK j on band. Order, pron.ptlv filial
Minn two miles trom Winchester and one'
iplMI'ter iVoni U.vlliTil. Keferences A. S.
(Jolycr, "Winchester: Joseph Carter, Decberd;
A. .1. Mason, Jv-till Springs.
Jan. US I in. C. n. EM BUY.
letin.and promises still more of tho T r. tl T i
1 . . J.catner tor tweiitv-live cents per pound, and
same sort. It is indeed gratifying toy into upper leather 'for forty cents per pound.
know, thnt through the 'j. id of o-ood' w)m,' ta" "" t'" hares for one-half. Or I
. . rt : will u;iv. spun tliread. leather or money lor all
friends, the liulletlli IS becoiuing a vis- ;vrreeii and drv hides delivered to nie at Salem
itor to many a soldier and many a are-! MiiU "r at in-v ,,in:'arib
W. 5. CKIDDI.K.
HORSE FOR SALE.
A six year old deep sorrel; lope flnnlj
ran be hud for St'A Apply ftt the Uullft"
LAND SALE. '
OX THE 12T1I DAY OF MAHC1I 'BX"
I will sell ut the Court Houne, in Wincho
all the real estate of tho late John Kni"1, .
Franklin count v. Sold bv tirtue of ft
of trust oxcr-.uterl to me. Part rwh nd pn
credit. Tho Furn id a do.5rable one.