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She gaito gullctm,
" BY GAM AW AY & S LATTER.
l. (iA.vvmr. w. j.umn.
AV i ii c h e s t o r :
Sunday Morning. Feb'y 15th.
The Times !
Wo have information from Nashvillo
from a party who loft that plaeo ton
days since, that Rosecrans' army had
not been reitaforcod up to tho time of
Wo also havo reliable nows from a
gentloman direct from Louisville, that
Roaocrans' troops aro deserting by
Our informant took all the by-paths
to avoid tho enemy's pickets, and said
Jio found the wholo country from Louis
ville to tho Curuberlacd liver full of
abolition stragglers and deserters, and
remarked that they seem to havo taken
tho same precaution to avoid their own Uloro M ono ot lm country s in
. . . ... , ,. , vaders bite the dust: afterwards joined
r ' ol. Starncs, and I fear has paid a
thorn on his route, j patriot's debt.
If this be the cast, Rosecrau.s' army j J)0 Kalb Iluddlcston, another youth
must bo much weaker to-day than'f seventeen, was shot through the
beforo tho battlo of Murfrecsboro. Ho
will tneretoro no unable to advance
Tho Nashvillo refugee states that
tho enemy aro committing all sorts of
depredations and have burned every
farm house, from .Nashville to Mur
frecsboro. They seem to spare neither
friend or foo. Wo aro informed that
tho enemy have also burned the resi-
denco of ono Mr. Cage, near Wilson
county, turning his daughters out of
thohousoand lorbiding them from re
turning, even to save any clothing.
When tho abolitionists invadod that
fioctior. of country last spring, we ar
inlorraed that they were hospitably yon on tho Mibjcct that never fails to
received by Mr. Cago and his daughters, j 1"l't'-st editors that of sub.sc.ril.ors
i ... . ' i'11"-' l'K money. The true merit of
and tho villains have now shown theiry01u. lllosl exilleut pS;j
. ... i
irue cnaractor, tuat they aro thieves '
nnd plunderers, plundering and destroy -
ng tho property of their former ! "('. as an humble Chap lain, to voiun-
frionds. Go it old "Rosy, you are male-1 Un;1 my !1-C1,cy to sccuro patrons to
(-" fy paper. In the securing
ing fnends for our causo fast. thos,. patr jns tho man did only his duty
Wo regret to havo to state that our ' t0 lhe "tuorn caaso. The twonty
i xt i mi I0"6 011,110 Pfomptly. An evenitiL''s
people m Nashvillo aro in a great state pleasant activity Lured forty-two
of suffering Nashvillo is ruinod and I IU01" ,1(nv patrons.
V,.... iv fit. i
her citizens bankrupt. The rich man
has been reduced pecuniarily to the
levol of tho poor man. Sic transitLo"$ may- yon liv0 t0 K'don our
alar mun,H I J"? b ar-
Every reader of our paper will be in
terested with the important dispotehes
Ayhich wo publish to-day. Wo must be
careful about placing too much confi
dence in them, yet that they are enti
tled to respect no ono can doubt who
has been a reader of tho times lor sev
eral weeks past, As for ourself we see
with joy tho brightening sky, and oar
beloved South, like an eifulgont star
moving majestically upward, stiil up-
vard, toward the zenith of glorious
mdopendcue'e. "All's well" comes up
on tho western brcczo. The mighty
intellect and the noblo soul of Vailan
dibam havo fanned tho common yense
of tho wo.flt tntn n fi,.r if . "
- nw ui iusi&i;uiuo lo
Puritanical New England. While they
aro wrangling, let us bo moro united,
nnd strengthen our armies. Lincoln's
thnjuo is tottering. Ill L.gions ate
demoralized iniquity is working ou!
its own ruin. Head the dispatches.
' Not mueli danger of our armies bp.
coming demoralized under commando!
such men as Braxton liva.
The Ffeht at Doiielson
Mr. Sl.yttkii: I had tho sad pleasure
yesterday of reading n letter from a
reliable iftambor of Col. Starncs' Sd
Tonnesseo Cavalry, detailing somo of
tho casualties to our boys in the late
disaster at Dovor, or Fort Donolson.
lie pays that when tho regimcnC'to
which ho was attached arrived, the ar
tillery, was playing on both sides; that
Gen. Forrest formed them in line of
battle and made a short speech, and
ordered their, to charge The artillery
playing on them as they formed into
lino, they charged down a hill, across a
ravine, and up tho hill into Dover, and
tliero met a shower of balls were ro-
pulscd, then dismounted,, reformed and
charged again, with tho saiuo result.
His regiment lost sixteen men killed
and forty four wounded.
Of our boys from this county, 'Alfred
M. Shook was left on the' field, supposed
to be killed. On by seventeen years
old, ho joined his uncle, Oliver Shook,
to o as an independent with Gan. For
est to 'Murfrecsboro last summer, and
shoulder, and le!t at a private house ;
S. Wagner shot through the wrist;
Win. JlcCloud, arm broken and left bo
hind. Jas. K. Shook ar.d W. 11. Davis
each had their horses shot under them.
Our good friend, Kev. A. Tutiiiai:,
Chaplain ot tho 1th Tennessee Regi
ment, has placed us under renewed ob
ligations for another club ot lbrty-two
subscribers to the Bulletin. lie pro
factis the list with the following peasant
remarks. Oar heart warms with grat
itude for hjs kind wishes and friend v
('ami- Nkah Sn kluv v j i.r.:;. i
Fi'liniiirv J'Jtli. ls;;. i"
I Ma. FniTMUD.'rtr SVr; With pleas-
urn I iirri 'umih nmnn ; t ...1 . .. ...1 I
-.' ' IIIIUL'VH IO ill II CSS
1111 .V"" patriotic zeal tor Southern
rights, iictitutiona and liberties, was
the irrand motive nmvfvi' fl.nt
. .. ... 'i -
, I'car jvn tor, please accept this
nuinbio etlart as n token of my best
uis.ies ior your poaco and prosperity.
ance oi your spicy sheet. A. T.
& "Ye Locaf' of the Bulletin cot
back from Atlanta yesterday ovenin- I
Look oui lor a report of his trio m
uv,,,"v ",v"""s issue ii promises
to bo entertaining to thoso who aro
partial to Koniuthing plain and unso
phisticated, arid at tho same time short
cuts at a low of thoso ephemeral actors n"y I hoi,u , thosu wh,J n"t paid
npo.. the -stage" of lk who 2 7 rward nd pay up. More than
i iuo wno cut up half the amount to be paid by this district has
such fantastic swells that make angels, been paid, and I havo the pleasinV statement
seraphs aud chcrubims droop their -o make that in this call for money to feed' tho
heads and weep. Sinco our brief ub- families ot olars who "ore out fighting 'our
sence we have seen a variety of hnman attles' 1 hav called on but one man who re-
nature, and sovcral nonentities
Tho following is the copy of an
acrostic said to havo been found stick
ing under Butler's portrait at Now Or
ACItOSTIO ON Ba.VST J3UTLK.R.
Brutal and vulgar, a coward and fcivive
Gained !'! no tuition nobb- or bi-ive
li -asily by in.-tinet, a drur.kard and st.
I.'u!y :u: l ,1iioiui,.is on mankind uhlJt.'
Tiii,-f. li.ir, rnd scoundrel in t!ie highestdeircp
Vankeedoni boast of such herol s as then '
Every woman and child will, forages tocom'rt
Kemember the monster, tho vLlwt of icura ! '
f:J Linei to ''My Cousin," by Iv'kxeth,
'.k beautir'ul, and will appear in our next.
mmmmn i i i H mi n n i'Ti I'nTI 'ftTTB""H"i J, . H
-If I have spent whole night in pain,
. ( i Art lost the brightness of fhe diy," '
I've tasted bhos, snd shall "again .
"When from theo lam far away
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'Tis mine, tho clinging love you g:ivo
" With all tho blossoms it'lmiv' 'bear' p
To twine, around my heart i brave"
' Though last the wreath it once-did wear.
And yet I see no angel stand ,
' Beside tho shore of griefs' dark soa j
To lead mo with a magic hand, ' . ', :
ATaradise blind with theo. '
' .. ' t i-'i ; '
, For day by day, ujiyioldirg ft. . ,. ; ;
Drives mo but farthtr from the goal,;
And I can find no opiate .,, , ; i ...... '
To culm the fever of my soul. . ..
Yft; yhile on life's dark ocean tost,
If thou should'st dio and tears be shed,
1 could not think of thee lis lost, ' '
Tho' thou wert numbered with the dead;
. . . .. . r. t .:.:. ;:'
Sinco that dread Tower which gave us birth
"Will keep tho tit from being, riven j ,
And should I lose a friend on .Earth, . ?
I yet havo gainud a friend in ilcaven.;
B53A lady subscriber writes us
from Stcvonson as follows : ' ; '
"Enclosed ploaso find one dollar for
tho Bulletin. I cannotdo with
out my paper. I 'find it a very, web
como visitor in our lonely home '
With the best wishes for vour succors.
I remain, kc.
Another from Georgui, says : ,
" Your paper, thou-rh small, iiffoi-.ls
me as much reading lUHtter as .most of
tne large dailies, ami certainly interests
me more. Enclosed tiud '$5, which
place to my credit. ,
From Salem, a geiitlemfiii writes : ;
" Enclosed find ony dolhir for vour
interesting paper ono, month. J don't
want to sponge any. long.-r on my
Another, writing from Shelby viile,
says : ,
Enclosed is one dolhtr. tor which
continue tho p'aper to Dr. 0., at Selm.i, i
Ala." . j
From Shelbvvillo we get ' a club ol ' "
42 subscribers. . . : . 1
We refer tj these few letters as an i
evidence of tho Javor with wliili our J
" little daily " meets. ' '
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JCSfjsr J. lie answer to 'JNational Knig
ma," published ycslertlay, is liemcnihrr
the Suhbiiih Dayto keqJt' IJohj. Solved
by two of our subscribers, as follows :
Name of the State Alabama.
Tho Senator in ,0'ongress-OIdhatn, :
Governor of one of our States in-"
tended for Shorter. The author's 11
should have been 12. "
Much-lamented deceased general:
Confederate vessel Palmetto State,
S0LDIERS' , FAMILIES.
The undersigned, as previously announced,
was iijipointed hy a pul'lio mentins to raise the
', ' , fanul,M:f "MrM
Jrankhn fo noiholp. Agents have'
sum of $5,000, for the families of soldiers. in
whom are doing well. I hope the balance' will
not delay, as the culls for help are now becom
ing quite numerous.
To the people of t)istriet No. l.'l havo only
I hope all will now come forward and pay
up at oneo. ' i.: i .
fob14 A.' S. OLYARj '
$10 REWARD, , ,"T
MY NEGRO GIKL DQLLY left my Hoae,
near Cowan Depot, about . tba 15th .of , laufc
month. Sho i9 about eighteen years oldlla k
and weighs about 125 non nils. T T,;,jA'ii,JL
. . . .. ... ... M J1 llljl
bo.ng in the neighborhood of Dcohord ten
j days ago. Tlia above reward will be pi.id for
ner aenvery ut my house.
feblO-lw 0. B. AUSTELL.
- " poR SALE.
A LARGS BAY H0IU3E AND A FAM
ily aockawav. Tho hnrn i lfinfl ..o
and ihe rokaway nearly, new. Ecqaire at
tins ofhe-o. iur. ft r.i j.r
requested hot td pay to" any body
notes, have been stolon from ni
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'0 and ;i!
uuiiiicua'u vy nuiuavil,
: Feb. 10 lw
HOUSE TOR ILjiTT
A COMFORT A UT.V. mv,,;-?1'
in the suburb"of WitfiBWWf
Jan. 11. -
Horses 'Wd-Biggy forST
Ollice or FostCoinmCsShry. J M
6go ..cjSiica. .oftTt
Fnvm two mitei , from Vi
quarter truin , Dechird. -Hiefereiicw t l:
Colyer, Winchester; Joseph Carter:' W
, Jan. Jblm.; , ;:. ,! .f p., R,,
t , VJtXUJiiu-
-ix y iiiju jAjs . mum INTO' tn
Leather for twonty-Uve conts per ,
Or I will tan oh th shan-s fn nli.r."?
II . . . VI""HI1 l-IJi
Will L'lVH SM111 threill lontkai. ."
. mi iunet fii
HHM.'K NlKl rliv hilno .. ' J"1
J ".-...u.mcu wmj Kt 'Sal
3Sf . O T X.Q.E
Th.i following nained members of TmtJ
IWinients and Comijuidei u-Kn a;a I
a.-oimd Kiehinond. Va.. left iot. .
".5" t" secure upon htmiw
tion (t projter evidence to Cnpt.' CLABtJiCt
.(Uif lT, AMtHiit : .uarua-roaRter, k
- ' Allen, M: lb ' Jones? A; H
v. ;Coin.ell,S,. v-Lrddyi A. j.
Dowiing. J. F. . ; Rogers,.).!.' '
t .(i:key, (J. i' - K.-edon. Lo'wu
.i..!'..jlm..Jubcrt. ,f ).. .Vjii,,erS) j g v.
.Scarborough', iiob't 11
?.ic hinoiid,: Va.. IVeihlr'O, IftW.
i-'l'.'l. lle.-8e!i Jr.. AWj,, .ju r'ftf
in vv . is i ( j i u:
i nr. i a in-, ksjca Kl has .n m n
i r..N :u a stui'M in U iiielu'f.ier nlii
kt;y it upi,lied with k mm-kku.
-i .;,(,, jrucnn.y ut. Utfr in Tfc,oU ptWi.
I hav'iM.W on'l.ntij ' " ;
sn?AK, - i u '
' HICK, . 1 .! i - .
' ' -SALT, 1 ; :
c I'Ei'rI'n, : u-. , : :.. .
.1 .1 l"i".r t n y, ,.
rnnAcco; ' ' 1
- SXL'l-T, ' " '. ' ' ' !
CIliAKS, . v.,,
;dl ;f whioU will be i.l.j. nt, a wv loodmo
advr;invn.,fli.-o.. .'All klM,f'f ,H.uiifrr
prodiieo' wanted, f r whifh h't hijjliM
wi!Uu p:yij iu eti.-lt or.jfootw. .;;.!,.; -,
; . Jan. '.'th. . ,dtf c. MlNfO.N'j
T1I5 sriSrli'ihi.M- a ii 'i. a v'nir.ii
........... n.ij.u t y 1 il 1.7 U
prices fur fh-p r.lle -tiSdfor ih'co' vvr turivHv
yi-ars ut ngtv- '! " -. ?'.
, , i " , : .. Jwll. Vll.LYj
(.huttaiiorp,, Jnn. , , . t
. wortHiift(.k in thea-h-villo
and. VhatUinfMjrgM. s Rn i Irpnd Cr-mjuUif.
Af'P'y .td ; ,.!0El'Ji CARTER.,'
.Ijtti. 17 dl,m." ' " -' '''''' DecWd. '
at T. J. D'enson'8 st'or'o in Winohofiter'.' .
Lec,lLl8C2-dtC'" "! '
! 1 SS&L ' ' Jiicijooi ANDJ01
. ftT u'n rf ihfi Al
my .pnijtul as neatly as. ran hf done in theX c
ieueracTyV' 'A gpod lot of 'line colored inks nl'
bronres, for i 1 1 " ' J''
... . . i
on hand. . Orders promptly fllect . ,,. ..
i,,. HORSE FOR SALB. j:
v A six year-old deep sorrel? lopes finely Ini
can be had for $150. 'Apply at lhe Bulletin
office-. r''''- tMt.si
, JLAOTSALB,! i
ON TUB 12TII DAY OF MARCH NEXT,
I will sell at the Court Uouso,'! 'Winchester,
all the l'eal; estate of tKo late John KnigbV of
Franklirt county.' ; Sold i by'i virtue of. i' deed
-f trust executed 'to 'triei j lart kca8h and part
crcaiu lho Fnrm is aeirable ohev
B. f!T?re,.. II
.vv JOBIi.FRIZZELL, .