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ffhc gaUn bulletin.
UY GANN VWAY & S LATTKK. "
Tuesday Morning. Feb'y 17th.
!otli Jinnies uru blockaded by (Ion.
Our troops are within :v milo and u
hall of Uio enemy's forces, on the
I'liionville pike, noiir Union ville.
They give each other a morning
faliae daily, in tlic way of skirmishing,
hut neither aro able to advaneo and
exchange cards, owinu; to the deep mud,
and their fears ul "putting their foot
The wily cloy; Ko.secrans is endeav
oring to effect an advance hy the
Unionvdle pike, sons to approach Shel
hyvillo by that routo, and the Shelby,
ville pike, and likewise by a road from
Franklin, or rather Spring Hill, which
is this pide of tho latter place where
they have a large forco.
Little "Hoston" seem to bo tho
centre of attraction, and as soon as the
roads will admit of an advance, we
may look for a vigorous attack upon
that city of Yi.nnt'n.
Wo think it very prohoblethat Com
modoro Wheeler with his tint horse
men oi war," will soon open tho block
ade, and declare the roulo open for
navigation, which mav Induce the abo
litioi.ists to enter by that route, or
neck some safe ha: bor, on the banks ot
The Great North West.
All the indications from the jXorth
wt stern States, savs the Richmond
Whig, are favorable. The people oi
thosti .States tire opposed to the urose-
! cut ion of the war, and desire peace
nd amity with the Southern States
On tho 15th inst.,by lli'V. X. T. Tower, Mr.
W.T. LAMBEUT anil Miss F.C.STOV ALL,
all of Franklin county, Tenn.
JDil la this place, Sun-lay, 15th in.
-t-int, ?.l ta. II. Ann Sl.utku, consort of John
T. ShitttT, K-qr.
She. was a member of tho M. E. Church,
that liar; ih-a h not i n n i -i on t- with tin re-
i''l'a!ic" of 1 j.;irt-:.i dear oii.-s.
i, . . i , . i-'it ;U1'l her doath is tha "way prepared " for na
IJuf. their Legislatures are divided. . ' J . ,
! ''iiiraitcij i:it'i lleawn. IMav (od couilort her
uuJ their Governors are creatures ci j bliri.llVi.tl i,,,-, ari gniie Hr!ght tho flvo
he Mack Republican Faction, and j i,,vcly children now l.-ft motherless. -May
lucre is consequently iliiTiciilty in l.!.'. iTIm-, th:.t ministering nngel of God, hind up
u-;.v fnfinv formal npvntiftli.tn Tf:i:: 1 ':0 wuumh in "U lh'-'ir lll iUU- 1U1,1 t, lU'h tl"'"1
the utiihorities were in accord ufh
i .i ... . ... i
mo people, incir troops migui at o-uw . yqajm;3gn:;x
be withdrawn from the war, an I we ICii THE LADIES,
should have peace in ten days, 1 1rt the SOLDIKI'.V All) SOCIETY
... , .. "f th.. I'iaO! arc i-oi,ii.'.-'i'l f) in v t at t!i" Ixqi-
l-i this state ot things, the policy ol ui-t Cuuivh TilLS irucduy) ilulLNLN'G. at
the Southern States is clear. Y ! t,u"tk- ' kWi-H
hiive no cause of war with the iVorih- 'VAT7ZTD
west it is our interest and our wish a " KM 10 BOY oi; .MAN. of good qual-
to he at peace with them. We slmu!.) l" i 0:1 -' U' er ia t.y. Army. '1 lio
1 In:;. !.-!. !.'. will bo paid. I or particulars
consider the embarrassment by j emmiru at i'aU oilieu. fcbl7-tf
which they are surrounedd, and do all I " "" TTn?, Q-aorir wrrm
in our power to smooth the way to. 1Vrsiir.! wNlli,, to (JO0D I)T.AFT
reconciliation and amity. The occa-1 HOKi-S ai. ii.-ji.s, of -thi-m n rci.soimtlo
siou is too grave, and Iraught with tco . siooAil, at h,t.-!i , 6r.vv.-. f.;!l7-lw
many mighty consequences, to haggle
about petty difficulties. These may
ALL PiRSONS ARE WARNJD Nor
to trado for notes given to me by W n vi i.
er. Jas.JI. Wilson, TV. .P. ITaefarltne A
Burko and Win B. Crismari, and the nM-
:quetcd not to pay to any body but me. ThT
otos .have been stolen lrom ma and ';n .
duplicated by affidavit,
l-'eb. 10 lw
E. B. CRISttAfr.
L00II TO YOUIl INTEREST.
XI V i l I Mill l :. : 1 :
e settled hereafter. I or the present, j witIl a ,)f -,lt,,:; lllul a
tho main point is to detach the North- j "d cypM-ifiicod .Miller, 1 would rcspirfi'uHy
.-"iiv.li. '. i luiuinuuiij ivni'iaiiy n Jiuciui
liaro of l atroiiaf, which L uiu coiilidunt will
bo to tncir tidvuntuo,
west from the Yankees. Thin would
carry every good with it. It would
give us instant peace, and a peace
that would bo durable. For the
Ivtstern Yankees, unaided by the
West, would crouch like spaniels, and
never agr.in dare to raise their heads.
It is inour power to extend tho hand
of friendship and fellowship to the
ELIZA 1. ETII PARRIS.
I It IS II POTATO
o o mjj ist1 Ha
S U GA R .
V!i..!.--:i';i and Kotail IKmLt iti
A X I)
A l IWlol'd I ill Sui.d,
peojle of these Shite,. It would be FA311LV GUOO K Ml ES,
grncei'ul and becoming in us to take
the initiative raid press overtures oi
peace upon them. It would encourage
i ,.i !....... :., .
.uiu leiiiu.:.. u..v: 1 ' J (V. Vi WHITEHALL RTUKKT
j who are. fighting against tyranny, and . ,T1 . v. ..-,1,., v
In Unit event our flying artillery bat-! 'nahh them to control events an I j f.
master lh'5 Situation. ! r -s n t' .('iiiid ami
U. r ! i will .:A l.y 4 ,.r s: t.-i
(erics will oppose tho " Flying Ihttch-
man, :uiii compel nun to enange ins
, . ,. , ,, I aideiations, saying more. A word to I " .'.n.iini
hase (operations) and change his iloiibhi , . I ;, !,;:
quick to ''two-forty" over tho .sMj
Rhonld the cunning fox bo-rover suc
ceed in advancing upon tho Union cap
itol of tho State of Bedford, wo think
it very probable that tho legislative,
and Exoeutivo body in that vicinity
will adjourn to a inoro suitable location
for a capital battle field our Kxecitivo
body will thunder forth their edicts
with their rifled mouth pieces, and
during: tho administration of thoir now
policy, administer to them a little
wholesome, if not, healthy advice from
our impregnable rostrum.
Van Porn crossed tho Tcnr.osseo
river on Thursday last, with several
thousand cavalry, and id about Hunts
villo at this date. Look out for tho
cavalry when tho Van-'doms the load.
Latest News from Yankeedom.
Tho Manchester True Patriot of tho
14th has information from tho Yankee
lines of importance. Th infernal sav
ages aro taking all tho horses, bacon
and beof in Sumner and Wilson coun
ties. , 1'osecrans has been roin forced by
only 8000 cut-throats. His troops are
greatly demoralized; ho eonfossua it,
but cannot help it.
Two hundred and forty Kentucky
office are under arrest in Nashvillo
There is great mortality .amongst tho
troops . at Gallatin, and they openly
proclaim that they will desc-rt when
,viid off. Tho Yankees report great
dissatisfaction in tho .North-West.
Road tho several new adver-t-f-o
merits in to-dav's it'sno.'
t e w ise
Goon strong In-own paper is made
at too Salisbury .Mills. Orange co., ?!
York, lrom 'cat tails,' the product ol
the Hag. growing abundantly ove r the
North, as we read in a Northern paper.
Can any of our friends identify this'
pUni? Is it the common "cat tail" of
the .So tub?
Any pr.ry t! wl ?on-l ir.r b
;od Irish I". .tt i.d.
p"'i:i U l!;il.i i iwvr.
l.i-j L'l.'.j'V-i.:, i.l a Itc-W
im k. ji. edwai;dy.
FOP. At S O X i I A N!) AT T 1 1 !, II V L LLTT N
OFriCK. vi.: 1. o. 0, 7, X, J, ), fj, I t.
17. -UK , -si, 1.
AUo, Morning Uoporti for J lospitals, .Muster
:ui.l I k-.
fu i 1 y t
ip.iv.- Lists Ac
'.''d oa guoit pupi-r. tnhcr l;lanl(!i
Htad Qttartera, Army of Tennessee,
Tull.vhoma, Foh. 11th, 1 803.
OENKRAL OltDKKS, )
Tuk t'..!ovi.ig order from tlm War Dcpnrt
nicnt. is jmblUicd fur tho iwlonnatiou of ihi;
ADJ'T AND IXSP'lt-GEX'S OFFTCK,
U1'.J1',1A1j unutus, I
I. All comniis-ionod onicors of ihc Amu-.
PLENTY 03? PAPER,
AT TUK I SI.: I J.F.YIN OFF1CK, ! 1h..
priiiicig of nil Army i.lank.s f , . . 1 7
Tho iimln-.-it;!'...!, i, prcvioii.-.ly amioinn-od,1
was uppoininl I y a i .ii ! i i - nwtinc to viiis,- the
sum of j;.',ioi), i-,,r fin i-unili.'.s of soldiers in
Fi-unkUn county who n-.vd help. A.-nts have
lii-cn appointed in nil thu J Jl.striets, most ()f
f " J:S1 Ji-GFX'S OFFTCK, ) j whom aro'doin- i ,.mm, the haiunco will
uoiiMoxn. Va., Fob. U, 180:1. J ' ,i . , n c . .
OI'I)Ki! , I n,,t d---la, as toe calls f-n- help aiv tus bcc.om-
i ne.- (uite !,;imi'i-(iiis.
To IU. poopk'of District No. 1, I havo Only
it. iii4 h?r u-o ot t io i , onteaornte btat.s. who to .ay that i hop,, thoso who havo not i.aid
arc ah'fiit lrom t.ieir r"sncctivo command-' i .:m , c i , .. .
without .ufiiucntamhority'.ud hvm whom i ) , f d pay up. More than
satislactory reports havo not boua roccived, j 'la" il:!'")'i,it, to bo paid by this district has
will be considered ai no longer in survico thirty j been paid, and I have tn ) pleasing statement
day, after tho publication of this ord-r, whim j to make ti.at in this call for money to food the
their names will bo erased from tho returns of ; , ... , , .. , ' ,, , .
their ro-iinent. and corps. All (Juartermas- j ,,".,,lh,JS"1 uil al' "ut ihting our
tors of the rmv, charircd with thonti -ncnt of' '"'tdes, 1 havo called on hut one man who ro-
ttftttnn at -r i
A COMFORTABLE DWELLING T
in the suburbs of Winchester for rent for ti
year. A nice gardon; orchard, itable,
oa S:c., attached. Apply at this offico.
Jan. 11. dtf
Horses and Buggy for S fljfl
Til P. EE NO. 1 HOliSES and a flnii.3-.
BUGGY for sale. Apply at tho Bulietin
Ollico or Pot Commissary. feb8-tf
630 ACEES OP XtJLFr,
I WISH TO SELL MY DESIRABLft
Farm two miles from Winchester and one
quarter from Decherd. References A g
U'lyer, Winchester; Joseph Carter, Dech'ord
A. J. Mason, Estill Springs. '
Jan. '2$lm. . C. R, ElIBRY
I WILL TAN UIUES INTO SOU
Leather for twenty-five aents per pound, and
into upper leather for forty cents per pound.
O.' 1 will tan on the shares for one-half. (j'r I
will givn spun thread, leather or money for all
groiiii and dry hides delivered to mo at SuUirn
Mills or at my tanyard.
j 'W. S. CRIDDLfi.
Jan. 5. dim
The following named members of Tennese
Regiments and Companies who died in and
around Richmond, Va., loft effects, which the
legal repr jsontatives can securu upon preenta
tioti of proper evidence) to Cnpt. CLAREKCB
M OR FIT, Assibtaut Quartermaster, Kiob
mond, Virginia : '
AUon.-M. Ii. Jones, A. B.
Coiinell, S. Lrddy, A. J.
I)Wi iiig. J. F, Rogers, J. T.
Gaskcy, G. Reedon. Lowi
Holme.--, Robert Sanders, J. U.
Scarborough, Rob't II.
Ricliumnd, Va., December 0, 1852'.
kcr'Tuuue.ssi.-u papers copy. fcb4.u
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST 0,
PHNEDa storo in Wineheter and intendu la
kixp it supplied with us gennul an norlirmi
of family groceries as thu uu rteU aflVra.
1 have now on hand
LETT KB tUPEK,
WAX TAPERS, &C. AC,
all of which will be sold at a vcrv inoderaio
advance upon cost. All kind's of counfry
pr il.uee wanted, for which tho hichost ihm
will te jianl in cash or goods.
W. C. ilUNSON.
P1VE SUBSTITUTES WANTED.
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL PAY HIGH
prices lor live alio bodied men over fortv-flv
y 4'ars ot age.
J. II. WILLY.
Chattanooga, Jan. 28 d Hid.
: &!0,000 worth of stock in the
villo and Chattanooga. Railroad . Company.
Al;l'lyt. JOSEPH CARTER,
Jan. 17 dim. Decherl.
fu-od to pay his part.
I hope all wiil now como forward and pay
up at OIICU.
l'-bi l A. S. COLYAIt.
........... 1 1 l.:i i . 1
nuw(ii, uiu in-.unjy junil nil llHl iroin mauin"
payment.-, to officers who do not exhibit iiillT
cient authority for ahenco from their proper
c.immands; and where any doubt exists in tho
mind of the r.ayiii'' ollicer, for wane, !'
authority, he will suspend payment ami report ! " " "eVl A TD-nwAT'n '
tun caso to this otlice, with tho niuno and re. i- , ill JXtiX
deuce of tho ollieer mk absent, and tiio n';'i- MYNEGROGIKL 1HJLLY b.'ftmy house,
im-nt or corps to which ho belongs. " ii":r Cow aa Depot, about tho l.th of last
Ii. Where occasions may arije in tnili: iry ! I11""t'1-. She is ai.mt eighteen years. old, bin- k
comnvinds, for charges ngtunst a disb-.i'.-!.i ! :im- "'"jshs about, lu.j pounds, 'l heard of Uer
otlicer of the army, arrest' will bi. staved uniH ! 1,1 AK hi the neintiborhood of Decherd tn
a report of tho facts in tho ca) is diily made I 'hy.-. ag. Tho ahov.i reward will be paid for
to the War Department, thr.oih tho oflice. of' d'-liviry at my house.
the Adjutant and In.-pector Genora! ; ar 1 the 1 i'bl-lw C. B. AUSTELL.
otli.-er will continue u disc-havrre lti,, chuies
Splendid Chewing Tobicco. '
TO IW: 11 A l) AT DANIEL UKAZKL
TON'S St.o.o in Wiiu.he.-,tcr.
f(iv, '!)- V..
ill . 4- .. ... ... t I i j i w
mini him ieprimenc umii iaio proper meas
ure ; for his relief from duty. ,
ill. In Congressional District where Sur-
g.Hins cannot bo "employed'' to comploto thj f
Exfiminijig' Hoards for Conscripts, directed in ,
pr.mous orders, ti e commandants of Con ! WAN'J'Hl).
crits nviy constitute fruch lioaids. i'iiu.or:i'i ' i 0' A i. .
Iv, by m-diea utlicer.i under their authority I 101 ' : YOl VHICII
Bv order. ' ih- digest luarKot price will be mid. Ar.tdi
jail. 15 dtf..
at T. J. Donson's store in Winchester.
Dec, T4, l&Ca dtf. ,
W. J. 8 latter
1 &0i(MMm y,bookandjoi
All kinds of blaiii
for f ll.i lien ff Vl ul
my prmted as neatly as can be dono in the ( oi
(ileraey A good lot of fino cplorcd inks nC
bronzes, for . ; . . - .;
on hand. Orders promptly flllnd.
HORSE FOR SALE.
,.? . J'rP orrel; lopes finolv and
n be had for $160. Apply at the Bulletin
illcc- . feb7-tf
Signed S. CUOPER,'
A-ij't JL-Insp'f Gm.1'
By eocimund of Gen. IlKAc.fi.
. . .A. A. Gftn'l
I ut this i lHro.
OrFICER'3 PAY ACCOUNTS '
I ON HA XD AND POK.SALE AT TUK
1 Daily Bulletin office.
t ?",TIf,E 12TU DAY or MAKCIINEXT,
i v.H sell at the Court House, in Winchester.
T.'linr,aul Mtat0 of tho Jhn Knight, of
i rankhn county. Sold by virtue of ft deed
credit. The Farm is a-desirable onfe.