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i " -i i 11rt4!t 1 tnlIt-re t0 S!l' ,jUt not m0Il
& UC i'iUUj UllUUi ; stnigo than true, wo occasionally sc
r JL:-. n l.uiuaii buiiiL; in the Southern Con-
15V GANNAWAV "& SLATTKii. fink-racy who l.us the presumption to
""-".""nivoi-a rc-union with the lankcc mi-
b. L. UA.NMW AV.
! Wli:it in the mime
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ol common benso uoos ue men mi.......
no Hob tor:
Wednesday Morning. FeVy 18th.; ,u they Uosiro au eternal association
r-rv Wltll tilO llieU!ie.L uuu ih'wb ""-I""'1
Tito Times! I mitie.ii on earth? Aro thoy partial to
-' ! ...hat class ol 'fallen men" Avhom the
Wo presume tl.aUoineof oar readers ! heavoa .lbomi.
uracil the look-out for gun-boaw, j "at(,H )o th.y .loiire Amal-amatioii-owing
to tho lute heavy fall (4' ruin, ! liUf infide!s, liol-bers, Cut-throats, Jay
during tho past two (lavs and night. JIawkers, Abolitionists urn. Unnlcn rs
It is true that it will raisothe mors, t. rule and do.uinivr over liberty, in
11 1S 1 l.i i,.,. v;hii, ( noil Moras and
Ut .lo,,n3 ,l mua,:uKl fflk. j' ' , l!l0 tav ;iml
lonnes-eo - , ., .i,,;.-,-,.. w
wore able to come up the
river in transports, protected by gun
boats, they would not bo able to cross
over by land and get into our mir,
without they bring u tew wuJ machin
manner such L'nion-shriokers act we
aro compelled to believe thatthey have
but little lespect for morality or integ
rity. Ii plain Kng'.Mr. vu would n l
trust one of them with a live cent s-'. it'
ll thk'tv hi'!:;.' ..
. 1 rml i il' l ill V s
, II lUULV.! vuu v.
M-ith them and misO the muu, as xeu i , ,,lko. V.V i,av
as to have the rivers raised for their
Tho Bamo is tho case in front both
armies aro ttuck in the mud. The
moment oither of them leave the pikes,
they fcinlc in tho mire it is impossible
to draw an empty wagon on some of
tho roads, much less one that is loaiW
or heavy cannon.
ltoBecrans' army has been reinforced
ti few thousand, but not (sufficient to
make up one third of his loss in the
battlo of Murfreesboro, while our army
is stronger tOtday than previous to the
lust battle, owing to tho great incicase
in our' ranks, which aro filled up with
tho numerous conscripts whom tlu re
cruiting oflicers l.avo collected together
Uuring the past thirty days.
Apropos of the rise in tho rivers,
wo wonder if there is not a great rise
of water and fall of mud, in that little
mill race the abolitionisms have been
'constructing in tho vicinity ol Vicltt
burg, wo opino theio Ui I b a cv.m
in and filling up thht. wili duw.go the
thanntl of that little v.r.ta iwkc
which will compel them to hteor tlieir
boats in a different course, and run out
into tho overflowed swamps and be
" Down in dc caic brake,
Clot" by do mill," (nwc.)
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' " ' Moro Spies.
Wo learn by passengers on yester
day train, that thoro aro some lour
individuals lrom tho neighborhood ot
Sholbyvillo,who aro under arrest, on a
charge of acting as spies for tho onemy.
One Caldwell," and Clark aro tho
names of two of tho parties. Wo were
unable to loam the names of tho other
Hia said that deserters who wore
paroled were employed as decoys, who
ontrappod Caldwell ua .having - prom
isod to furnish them with'disguisos, and
tho qpcossary means, of escaping, and
likewiso offered to couvoy. any infor
mation to tho enoiny.they might do-
hire. t ' , ;
There aro Also other charges against
tho last mentioned party, which 'tis
said fixes the faci that ho i a spy, and
will, bo executed. ' '
Pone at JjA3T,7 We call particu
lar attention to something highly im
portant under , the head of "Dono1 at
List,;' i Uon't fail to i-ead it. - '
faj"TIo lllinoia Legislature, has a
bill lcfore it to appropriate $100,000
towards erecting a monument to tho
lato Judge Douglas. ' '
jjMflj. 'en.. McCook, of tho Abo
lition'annyi was married at Dayton,
OhiOj'on'tbe 20tU ultimo. , ' '
.... i..,,i , i:ni.-.,:.ii'r lm-.i-o sunnlv ot
supreme contciai-'t for such "wolves in
c. i.., t ii! with an hoi. est
lib l-' .fc.-.vv..
Soulhcrner than a .wlM brimstone
angel of woe's wide ou.pirc is to become
mi intimate companion of uiio vi tho
wa'Ueruphs .f heaven's ether bin.'.
Tho vilest tory that figured in the days
of tho ilovolutioii is no comparison in
uVint of dunlioitv, meanness uud cor
ruption to tho love s that are to bo
found in the ,S .ulhern (.outederaey
IVur the Daily Bulletin.
Lines to My Cousin.
Thi! winds tire sweeping ly, Cousin,
''1'v winter cold and drear,
Tho sky srrows dnrk with mazy Jmo,
And I am sad "Thau not liru."
Tho snow is drifting o'er tho moor,
Tbu lltft birds flitting fnr and near,
They are h'udi.g to thfor littlo homes,
They too are sad -'Thou art not hero."
Tho fort-nt with it. onkcn growth,
lU tendrils bare, ita leaves all scar,
It. I. ni.hi now lxiiiding with tbo stonn,
Tiny eeein to weep "Tbouartnot horo."
Thooiil now wrapt in sombro gloom,
! fbadow;d o'er with gri-f d euro
Ot't would it soar, but ah ! it weeps,
My soul is sud "Thou art not bore."
Yet. yet, this heart still yearns for thee,
It pulsates warm, its notes are clear,
Its liiuf'.b-d tv'a.is are .-.in-lng aliil,
"It l.-ai., with thine -Tln-a art not hero.':
Otu Tr.N.v. Jiii.iT., Tub. 1-, W.
" IRISH POTATOES,
OOF DF1 E3 El,
O U U A it
E. M. EDWAItDT,
Wholesale and Eotail Dealer in
AND ,,. ,
At Daniol's Old Stand,
iVO. 13 WHITEHALL STREET,
A n, .rtw tlit will Rend ntn hv a.
('' J " - " j VA-
jirii.ss a iiek of sound and good Irish Potatoes,
I Will SeiUJ uy Vipoma uu i,wunu ..gut uruwn
Sugar and one pound fine llio Cofl'ee,,in a new
febl7-lm E- M. JJDWAKDY.
Vin.'U1i-kk, IV briary 11, 180:5.
a (ini.viR. 1 ivr Sir: Irudosot
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. . . I vim wi 1' ease una r,VO nunuie i uiiu i-suu v..
'ilieyaro no 'ao.o, . tu of two ei.neerts
, , i v , . , , !,v the young tailH-s utiil g.'iHie::.en vi
this plai-e, t'r thi; b.'iielit, of tbu families of
v.iMiers in Franklin county.
A NEGKO BOY OK MAN, of good quaK
ities, to wait on an Officor in the Army. The
bighest price will be paid. For particular
enquiro at this office. febl7-tf
VOltMS ON HAND AT THE BULLETIN
OFFIUK, viz: 4, 5, 0, 7, 8, i), 10, 12, 18, 14,
17, '20, 21. U2, S3, U.
Also, Morning KeporU for Hospitals, Muter
and l'ay Hoi Is, Descriptive Lists, &c. beauti
ful! v tVinted on good paper. Other Bhinlu
. " i mi 11
printeu to orucr. ieou
k - : c! I'llllv.
B S. IUNDEilSON,
Wi.veiiKSTtat. Febnmry 1-1.
B. ITi.:nih:kso Jh'ir Sir: Your notn of
n-nc ,l.v inel .,Mii.r S'.'l.S. lii'oeeeds of two eon-
oerts given by the young ladies ai.d gentleint'i
of this pluee," for tiie benefit of the. families of
F..bliers in Franklin county, is received. Ver
mit, lie; to return to you, and tbrotigli you to
II... m, is now beino- uiui.utactured lor I th- young belies and g;inlemen of mehes
Uclllli IS now l i'.'.. 1 1 , r rii v :-i!ieerc tbaiiUs for this handsiuno do-
nation" to a euiiMi so pwuliarly meritorious.
This money will be put into the common fund
now hf.ing'ruHed in Franklin coumy, and will
t 1 t tntle:i to nil! I'uiiniii i in iii.-o. i i.i-.- r. .i,. ...
PLENTY OF PAPER,
AT T1IK BULLETIN OFFICK, for tb
printing of all Army Blanks. fehl"
MY NEGRO GIRL DOLLY left my house,
near Cowan Depot, about tho 15th of last
month. She is about Mghten years old, bla-k
and vfoigns about lo iounus. x uearu ox ner
being in the neighborhood of Decherd tsin
days ago. Tha above reward will be paid for
her delivery at my house.
n... villi mid iitrneious villiatis W 110
lishonor their iiru-eoitors, muck at the
things that leml lor their good, an.l
.i i V.i t i , 1 1 1 ! I
sjuirii lrom ineiu mo moau .'uu.,1..,.
eaeou -liliw wh.eh iliumino llio pain-
way of every Southern devotee at the
shrino of iMiu:;n,M '.
A re-eoiiHtruetion or re-union of the
i:onfo4eiato States with the
of all others, we ar
1 to provide for. At
the eoinmeneein-nt ol tl:u war we were pro-
fine in our promises tlui, the ld!r,x lanulies
AT. L PERSONS ARK WARNED XOT
to trade for notes given to me by "VV. D. FU1
m. ,Jas. M. Wilson, W. T. Mnctarhine, A.
Burke and V m R. Crisman, and the parties
reiiuentiid not to liav to anv body but me. The
notes have been stolen from mo and will to
lil-Jc in our ,iono.-.i iii-n. ii".
, . ',. . .. .... I i ;i!..,t t (inn icutiMi hv nmdaTit.
""'V'1 ''U,K"M ?,u' -'''.r.. i. . V.. It. PRISMAS.
t,i. !.!! 1o ...lute that Fran lm i 'U,,ty h U.'ing
! her whole duty, and is nobly rcdeemi' her
j promises. I have b'.'eii abb toi-.ngli the lib-
tis.uniitn : ci-'iiily ot tbu go.., people ot in ei counrv, in
.1., I,','.., i tVi,. I.f.),,-! ,.f inariv a i i e t's ivil'e, by
eV .'jl"lan-l Strtfos, is as impossil'b- fVn-ni:-bin" her tli.' m--'ati!.'of living wt.ih) her
as the tULs,, Mea W .Mntuniealisni
tleavoriu-jr to in.ii m
liias into the min is ..fa virtuous eo
pie. In tho laii-u ioo r.t'one who is -hi-voted
to hid eoiuitn : It. has now l.een
deinonstratod th it we are two peoples,
essentially and 1' m:er separate; and
the lniud huddei-sat. the very thought
ol a re-union as an alliance hostile to
every feeling ol' humanity, virtue and
religion. There wa-s a lime when the
traveler from theae sunny lands would
stand in the presem-.e of tho haughtiest
ieeruf Europe, and feel the stirrings of
national pride while ho avowed him
sell' a citizen of the United Stales.
But that time is past forever Yes,
thanks ho to the (iod of our Fathers
Hiu Ui'tf 'Davis, Vb nro jdad tho time
habpVu forever, world without end.
So mole it be, is our most devout wioh
HOUSE FOR RENT.
A COMFORTABLE DWP.LLIXO IX
in tin; suburbs of Winchestor for rent for tin
year. A nice garden; orchard, stable, kite)
en ifcr., attacbrd. Applv at this ortktv.
Jan. 11. dtf
0 Vossum! com;- out tuat Dish 1
skf. your Ti:rrn knotr you're in there.
A fine, fat 'Possum, weft cooked, is
one of the delieac'es of the winter in
timo of peace or war. Yesterday -we
ns-isted in demolishing a real o7i fed
"animal" of the sort at tho Headquar
ters ot Dr. Batetnan. Wegivo it up
the most palatable dish wo have 'faced'
idnco the ilood. Do so again, Doctor,
and we'll be found on hand, arid v i 1 1
most assuredly do tho suujlct ample
Hjl'lio Petersburg Express says
the engagement of Gun. Uoger A.
Pryor itt Kelly's, in Nansemoml coun
ty, turns out to be one of the most com
plete successes of c war. Gen
Corcoran, and not Gen. Peck, was in
command of the Yankee forces. Gen.
Gibhs was carried into Suffolk, on
Friday severely wounded. An official
dispatch received in Petersburg, states
our casualties at loi ty. ol whom six
illv d"ties our ervmv in his attempts at
Mibju"-iiHon and extern inaU i..
' "Very truly. A. S. t'Oli AR.
Head Q-nrters, Department Kd 2,
Tim.i..mioma, February lltli, 1S63.
iS' l). G. I
T. Acnommodiition? will be provided imme
diately at all Creneral Hospital., in tbi Depart
mi'iit," for i-oniruissioiied otlh.-ers. Tiny will
lie-ss separately from i'ie men, r.nd will pay for
thii ai't'oinriiodatiori the eonniiutation pri(a.' ot
the ration, which is one dollar pi-r day.
I JI. All officers will bereafii-r be sent to
General J foi-pilals for t n-aitnent, and will not.
tie allowed to leavi) then;, cvei.t for the imr-
poS'i of rejoining tiieir c.omniands, without
siiccial authonlv lrom tliese U.'ail ljuariers.
. " . K. .1.
Ry coiiiiuand of Gen. Rii.vnn.
i'. U. THOMSON',
A. A. (en'l
Now is tlio Time to l'luut
Yn luivo a lar"c lot of Southro!i irrown and
Southron varieties of FRUIT TREES i,f every
kind, : 5 years old, lame and fine, lor sale at.
law price. Also, SEKDL1NO REACH
TREES, for $"i per hundred, for which we
will tako any money that is passable in tho
county. Call and see for yourselves.
6. W. UOUGI1TON .'i CO.,
Horses and Buggy for ; ;
THREE NO. 1 HORSES and a linn no-tf
Hl'GGY for sale Apply at tho Rulinin
Ulliee or Post Couinmsary. fcho-u
630 " ACEE3 01P Iiul-TX
I AVISLI TO SELL MY DES1RABI.B
Farm two miles frum "Winchester and ohu
ip.iarter fr' jn J.)echcrd. Refcmiees A.
l olyer, Wiiudiestir ; Joseph Carter, Dechwilj
A. J. Mason, Estill Springs.
Jan. UK lm. C. R. KMBBY.
Reruns wishing to sell (MOD DRAFT
HORSES can dispose of them on reasonable
terms hv applying to Maj. 1'ALMER or Capt.
M OO R E, at Estellc Springs. i'eb 17-1 w
MY (iRTST MILL boinj; in good running
order, with a good h.iad of water, and a good
and experienced Miller, 1 would respectfully
colii it. i f llie coiiimunitv L'cnt'riillv ft liberal
share of patronage, wnich I urn confident will
be to their advantage.
febl7-3t ELIZABETH 1' ARRIS.
THE ILNDEKSIONKI) HA3 JUST &
PEN ED a store in Winchester and intends to
b'fp it supplied with as yenoril an asortmiVt4
of family tirucpries as tha market ll'ut
I have now on baud
S III i A It,
WAX TAPERS, &C..&0.,
all of which will be sold at a very inodeiuta
auvance upon cosi. JiKgr iin Rinai 01 ofmnf
produce wanted, for which tho highest pw
will bo paid in cash or goods.
T .mil. 1.. - , n KTftfPAtf
ftJO Ort( ivottli ot'sliielt in lliP Xnsh
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villo and Chattanooga Railroad Compan-y.
Apply to JOSEPH CARTER,
Jan, 17 dim. . Dcchcrd.
POTATOES 1 !
at T. J. Donson's itore in "Winchester.
Dec, 14, 1862 dtf. ,
" H0ESE F0RSALE.
A six year old deep sorrel; lopes finely a"1'
can be had for $160. Apply at the Bulletin
1000 vorrms op poitir. kor-which
m.v'v - -- - -- - -
th.j liigLt-.-t. market price v. Ill be paid. Apply
iitlice. inn. la dtf.
"OFEICSH'S ' PAY ACCOUNTS""
ON HAND AXD POKJpALE AT TiK
Daily Bulletin office.
ON THE 12T1I DAY OF MABCII NElT
I will sell at tho Court House, in Winchester,
all tho real estate of the late John Knight,
Franklin county. Sold by virtue of a deed
of trust executed tonie. Tart cash and Prt
credit. Tha T?arm ii n nairoKln nn.
JOHN F RliC.J&
TO BE IIAD AT DANIEL BRAZEC
TON'S Ktr in Winchester.
Nor. 26 tf.