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BY (i ANN A WAY & SL ATT MSI.
1. L. .A.NAft.V
Head Quarters, Army of Tennessee,
Tullauoma, Fob. 11th, 18C3.
GENE HAL ORDERS,
Maj. Tom Miller.
We were peused with a visit yester
day from tliix exc-diont officer and old
U. J..sLlTri:B. ! t'rieiiJ" of ours, wlio entertained us, at I I. At u General Court Martial convened at
J ' A . , , . ,. , t. ,.; Tullahoma, Tenn., January 2od, 180.1, in pur-
our rctviost, with a l.rn-t relation ot ' of stit-inl Or,W. . 14. iVrnmUh
Yr i H (5 ll '? S t ' 1' I ' i.-.n" imprisonment at Fort Warren .11. from these II. -ad Quartets, dated Tulla-
: . . . , lit v ,, . homu, January 'JO, l.xij:;, whereof Brig. (Jen.
min-. FeVv SOiV'I' ' avkclood.C(loiu. Vo could .,. c. i;rottn fs rt.sia,.t, was amused and
im:i;il.O tiiO J'y ne iuui ins usspua ir irica :
Tho crimes 1
ii .ilTi t ifi -n i
prisoners lelt when tl.ey heard ot the' " -u - ' S-. ou
I nv.n j tho lollowinir chanro and sneeihcation :
ic'oi ions career of " Oid Stonewall"
in tl'O S;ictiandiah Vali -y, and of the
Tho more ruin we havo the less prospect of i
mm . r : . , l '
an advance, lin'irait n one rum ii.-m inii-.i , r . ,
1 'magnificent strafe", of Leo bed ro
of mil;!. The roads arc knpas.ible, and tin-re-i . '? , , , , " , i
1 i lu'diiMniid, wl:en tlio iilni'iitoiis arid in-
vincible " Old Stonewall " c:',mo, up in
the rear of tl.o "little Napoleon "
fore delay will bo the general o'-ih r of the da
Jt con tinned to rain all day v ednc-de y, and i
all the streams are much swollen, and in: or
and caused those sud-hn
two unimportant bridge, have been wa-d of a(o,.0j,.,itl pp. iiora!,
away, but tho damages can sown be repaired. U))f)i) w,0m lho yan;s ,.,r,ctc'i to ho
There has been, however, so reut a f dl of i jjoVC tj10 r n) 0 0f tl,u tVAii ;;Ui()0O!i
rain during the pait three days and nights, j ha(j lujjen- JJ.,j0P brightened
that it has in many plaeesbeat down th? ('arlh J j..iiy ,-,n Jl0 t 'id 11 s of the
smiles which wreathed I he faces oit' e
prh'oners, and thehnvi cist, liac-do
countenance which dh tiii'guished ( 'on
federates I'roni ': ankees when ail ibis
ton was alarmed Jest Jneksoti, after
havine- chased his coiiiiu'sary, Jhaiks,
aero-s the Potomac, hh'jti! 1 keep on
and capture Waslsint-oi city and its
''Scotch pi. i d" !aii'w(n who wears the
ironical tillo of j7o;?.,' Ahe. We
Misbehavior before the enemy.
In this that te, t said L:. B. (i. Hi to, 7th
rk. Ib-u't., did ao-in lon and leave his i:om
iiinnd without authority or suilieient exeuse,
while in the presenee c f the enemy ; all this
., , i oii t. i,s ;h,t dav ot le.'mber, 18b. near Mur-
T ) which the aceti'ej pleaded as follows:
To the Siieeilieation, Not Guilty.
Not Guilt v.
no that it will not take it Ion ; to beeome ti
tled and dry up, wiih t'ae ilanh winds, whieh,
itBeiiins, old February has borrowed from her
boisterous sister month, during the pilot revel
in's of her nineteenth fen.
We endeavor to give our readers .1 column
of Times news daily, but it is impossible to
furnish facts of importance every day, and we
will not manufacture sensation artiele?.
Since wri ting the above we have been in
formed by one of our Confederate J udges, who
has just arrived from MoMiimville, that ii'v
has reached that place from .Kentucky, which
he considers reliable, that the J.egidiuure of
that State, passed resolutions on the 12th in.;'.,
palling on their Governor to issue a proclama
tion calling all the Kentucky ti'oops in the
Federal army home at once, to as-'ut in pre.
venting Lincoln from carrying out his emanci
E'rjY" A g'-ntlenirm living in Wi;
came into our otlieo the other dav and
to buy a ropy (..four pap.'r. Yfe bad no ex Ira
copies to sell. Si vet-d we;d;-t ng.t (!; Misni.
tititleniau eou'.d i.ot pet one fn" a :i.i"!ar
reason we had no extra ccpii.i save ab.-ut
forty, which were en .M-.'d. lb- . d i.a'. u
ded this last time, and want",! to Kincv viiat
was tin u.e of j.ri.uing a pa;. it uh'e-; v.,
OOUld supply news wllell tiie pcop!,. ib iniili b d
it, and thought wo had hett. r smp th" t.'-'i'
altogether. We inmhl do ho if we had to de
pend on Ida sort t subscribe. A nd ri dit here,
otlencft or n,v oifene", we intend to tell i.im
that wo don't care to sell him a jia t ar tun
time. Wo have a rather unenviabL' opinion
if a man who is uhk t carry p!alij r,f nu.i
tend will live in a town where only mw. -aper
i published, and that paper devoted to all that
will preserve and prosper, all that makes home
deaf, and refill to subscribe f',,r it, hut when
ever a few telegrams of interest come, will
then Walk up so hub-pnidently and demand a
copy, as if his pitiful dime was an obj-ct for
which wo ought to cringe and smile like a
hungry pointer. He would see his neighbors
sustain tho paper in order that he may dbpbty
his hwje liberality whenever a dhu: will bring
him ten times more than a dime is worth.
Now, wo nro at an expense of thirty livo or
lorty. dollars per day. Seventy-live or one
hundred ftollars per month for dispatches is a
small item in the bulk of our expense, and
nothing but subscribers. who are willing to
tike tho paper, oven when there is not much
of interest afloat, can enable us to furnish a
papor iwhon' there is something alloat. There
fore,' -we caro nothing at all to sell sine,!" copies
npw'and then to personalising in the town
a,nd county, convenient to a postoiliee, and yet
will not subscribe. Justice to our regular
subscribers require this announcement, as well
as justieo.to ourself.
SS Tho Yankeo Congress proposes
to tax; whisky from 50 cents to $1 50
per, i gallon amount not lixod, and
grout wrangling thereupon.
,sGon. JlcCltdl an has boon snuhbod in
Boston greatly to the delight of Hor
ace Greeley iho common council
yoting down a resolution to extend to
ii t cu:
ii isoners T, h l
1'tyo I -"! i a
i vs ai:"l i iOfc
glorious time, j'r-'t fur the ftn of t In
to wit ne-'.s the ri- irp.1; and
the t ' : '"i.i.. n ; o cm of the
'oodles, j; tin. lii!,' dis;a:che;s oi
Mid.'lelian v. ere ,. i
oraoie logic ni . r'e c
The M"uj:'r t lis us
men to lii-iir
dest a:c!:e.' : "
s alr.J i i 1 1 ' 1
hi-'oUvi John i
i S:tv wo s..;:i
and tiiM i ..'.! ii -;
delimjtn-iit. s i i 1 1 -. i ! :
ihey may. Wo i.,:; t
we are unahle I ) .-.;;.
the IhiUcLin and ;ire n
"!. iy the inex-i.'i'i-.'vN,
ct cetei a.
ih-it it was com-
Y;.::!-ecs say, jtl'tc
eci;'s (,r McCh'llan's
i- :i ' -i s uipj i:-ore o:
i i'-'s." A I us i'o:
I e . J 1 I'll i, i. I
'.it i'V!-- r ;.
Iff. I'lNiH-NU AN'I SeNTF.NCK OF TIIK
CoiT.T. Afer mature deliberation, the Court
ti ml-the aecu-ed as follows:
Ot' lie- Spi-eiiieation, Guilty.
( )i lit-' v'l'.-irg", Gai'ty.
And dot i, tli"i'e!'iire, sentence him, tho accused,
Jd Ll. G. Iii!e, 7th Ark. .ii'rt.. to be
ca-bi1 I'.'d. and tleit bis crime, nato" ami place
of ab-ide, and punishment, be publish -d in (be
ii.-w-pap-rs in ai.d about tho Camp, and in the
Siate of Ai'kana;."
J ". The pi-pcoediiiir in tho fop'goiiig case
having, with the findings ami senti-noe of the
C"o:i, been submitted to the General Com
manding, are by him approved.
1 Ll. 11. G. llii". 7th Ark. lCegt., therefore,
c"M-"S to be an ollieer in the Confederate
:'la!es Army from this date.
!,- cfium.i!!.' of (b-n. Phao.
A. A. Gi
voi'NG y.'hi :
.' i oi v ai I'll oliiee.
years old in
A'e fo-.v" a 1 ,r y let of Soi.eii:-.") ;rown and
-ti.h:-oii v.i.-i in -, ni' MU' i f Tiih.KS of eu-ry
Ain.l, ; v -a r- -id. h.r o' i.nd liiif, f r .i!- at
H.v, pi-;..-. s. ai-.. im..m; jtacii
TUli.-.S. !'-r :'' per liUi.dred. i'.T wl.ieh se
i i . i ; i 1 1
t ,..e.. (.'.
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h.i ' s I ! -I,: J uM.er
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gratdiif uesptil e
(Oiil't-ni'' Oli-l til
and copies of the bulletin (i.i;!y
we cou u not m; i:i i oruer in c oisc-i
pienco of t he scarcity of 'a;;-i There
fore, why should ce u-ivi; our-"!!' t v -ti'dc
to supply tl.t-se in this cull nty w'.io
neglect to pay j-'";np'Jy?
Head Giniter.t, I'cpaitment o. 2,
Tci.:., u.im.v. l-Ybruary 1 it'a, 1 :';;:.
GF.NF.::.1, (';:;K!:S, l
J. At a General Court Martial, convened a'.
TullaHo'iia. .laiui'ii-y ' A. ls'i:j, in ieir-uunet!
of Special C'nli rs No. M. raragi-aph 11. fivoe
the-" lleeil uan.i-r-: .lit -1 Tn'ibilinma, Janu
ary 2'uh, U 'i'l. whereof l.rig. Gen. S. A. .M.
Woo'l i- President, were arraigned and tried
the following :
II. 1st Lt. II. P. Brown. 7th Ark. Ke-t., on
the following Chiirgt! and Specitieationi
Misbehavior before the enemy.
In this that the said Lt. 11 V. Brown. 7th
Ark. Begt., did abandon and leave his com
mand in the presence of the enemy, nud with
out authority ; all this on the 31st day cf Dc
ccrub'T, 1802, near .Murfreesber';. T. nn.
To which the aceusi-d ph-aded a t'-llows:
To the Speeilieation, I.', a iiuiby.
To the Cliarge, Not (iuiity.
lit. FlNMXiiS AND RKXTEXCK OF TUK
Coi'KT. After mature d liberation the Court
finds the accused as follows:
Of the Sj eeilieatiuii, Cn'lfv.
Of the Cliarge, Guilty.
And does therefore sentence- him. iho acri-Vd,
is', i.t. ll. V. Brown, 7th Ark. lb-gt,., --to be
cadm-rcd, and that his crime, name and i,!aee
j et.l' ;!'-!. ov.
it . b" lO.d I
iae.'i'ii in' I ,:e i.'ni,rt
i.. n n -i.it at i f
t: a ,!;. .ii-iiiiary
-t-tc;i i;mi;i hon, it
tl..;t r;ibi,caiion b"
i, a i: ".v.-paper pub-'tn-iie't
r. for four
n-ipii ring s-tid noii-'.-esiii'-ni
i"j,r iie ore itie wr-
I'.-.y t. oi'.n.. i.o lu u :.t V ii.elies-
1 . .M.tn.li.y ( f Man i., ! ''',, tiu-n
i i c -v.- :- tiie p'-ti-ii.o. or th Fniii
k! t-ir i-on'V-,seu ana si.a for hero.g
Lo !: il.i.
JOHN G. "ENOCHS.
IRISH POTATOES, .
O O yp J& 352 33
s u g a r .; '
K. M. EDWAUDY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia
At Daniel's Old Stand, ' '...
NO. 13 1YJI1TEHALL ST&Nf'
ATLANTA, GEORGIA. '
B0u Any party that will send me by
press a t ack of sound and good Irish PoUW
1 will send by express ten pounds li?ht W-Zv
Sugar and one pound line Kio Coflfee, In a sv
w.itai'ujg Mien.. . . ' . j
febl7-im E. M. EDWARDT.
I'ersons wishing to sell GOOD ,DRiW
IIOUSKS can dispose of them on ieasonsbl
terms by applying to Maj. PALMER or CsdL
MOORE, at Estelle Springs, febl7.Iw
A N'EGBO BOY OR MAN, of good qml,
sties, to wait on an Officer in the Army. .
highest price will bo paid. For partlculin
enquire at this otflco. fsbl7-f
FOKMS ON HAND ATTHEBULLETII
Oil-JCK, viz: 4, 6, fi, 7, 8, 0, 10, 12, 13, U
17, 21. 22, 215, 24. ,
Also, Morning Reports for Hospitals, Muitw
and Fay Bolls, Descriptive Lists, &e.. bnutb
fully rinted on good paper. Other Blanks
printed to order. febl7
AT THE BULLETIN OFFICE, for the
ii-inting of all Army Blanks. . febIT
MY NE(iKoGIKL DOLLY leftrayhous,
near Cowan Depot, about the 16th of hut
ntonih. S!i is about eighteen years old, blrk
and eigbs about 12o pounds. I heard of htr
being in the neignborhood of Decherd Un
ila ' ago. J liu atuno reward will be paid for
In--.- b-livery at my house,
fcbi-i-lw C. B. AUSTELL.
HOUSE TOR RENT.
A COM PORTABLE DWKLLINO II
in the suburbs of Winchester for rent for this
y- a:'. A 1 1 ice garden; orchard, Btable, kiUk-
ti Oce., attached. Apply at this office.
Jan. 11. dtf
Horses and Buggy for S alo
THREE NO. 1 HORSES and a fine no-t
Bl'tiiiV for sale. Apply at tho Bulidis
uiliee or poat Commissary. fcb8-tf
G30 ACHES OF iIa-ITD
r.o cf Tennessee, Franklin Co.
:n to sell Slaves and
hini tho hospitalities of tho citv. Iu "f aitode and pnniMimeiit be p. "di iie liu the ition b ma-le iailie i)a'.'e Bulieiiu, a newst-u
" i tio U' t re.t'j i ii ti ii I iilioiit tint oo,i:, .i .1 . . , i : i . i . i. . ... , L
t in Nni lh ,rmuM...II,r U i , v..,, .. , im .,-r uiui.,um n: ui i..n ot Mncliester, tor
, 7 , 7' ,.iuo,u., m.,,r t Ancansas.; four onsecutive weeks, requiring said not,
tvorse Confounded." A house divided! '" proeeeunigs m the loreg.dng cas" residents to be before l he worshipful Count'
against ilsolX- must full, saith Holy
jKOneofour outpoRt cavalry oftiecrs
informs cs that Bnford's command id
in fino triin' ready at any moment to
ekxrgc. the onoaiy.
having, wiili tlie findings and senti-;ie"'t.if tho
Court, been submitted to th Gcnerai Com
manding, are by him npjiroccil.
Lt Ll. I'.. P. Brown. Tth Ark. R"gt., tli-re-fore
ci'ases to be otii"er in the Confederate
States Army from this date.
Bv command of Gm Buac i.
A. A. Gen 1.
B. ii. iv'i' ,ii:. and o
Wife an i oth :rs.
County Court. February Term, IKii-'l.
1 1, appt-ai ing to tin; Court, ttiat Joshua AV.
Bib! . U'i'i 'i'. Adair. .L-sse (.!. Adair, Amanda
Walker, .John M. and Omii Adair, ai-e non-iv.-M.-iit
-f th-! Siato of Tennessee, so that the
ordinary process of law cannot be served upon
lie-in. it i- therefore ordered by the Court that
publication be made in Daily Bulletin, a news
paper pu!.li.-'ied in the town of Winchester,
for four coas'-ouMve weeks, requirine said non-re.-idents
to b" before tho County Coert, to be
he'd at Wim-'ie.-ler o:i til.) Lt .Moiubiy of
March, 1: "!. plead, answer or demur io the
petition, or the same will be taken for con
fessed and set for hearing ex parte as to him.
JOHN (i. LN'OCilS,
State of Tenne3S33, Franklin Co.
Preston llr.tclii t vs. Win. Hatchet et. als. Pe
tition to sell Slaves.
County Court, l-bruary Term, ISfio.
It appealing to th" Coutt that W. R. Ar
te tt, Mary Aniett, Thos. '. Arnc'.t, Susan
Young and hu-band, Samuel Ro,s and wife
Elizi'.'-th. Y'ViK Green, Edward Hatchet,
Is.mi iltsit'h'-t, iiiid John T. Green are non-resi-ib-e'.s
oi' ti,e t'tate ,,f '! eiine .-ee, so that tho
ordinary p-oe- ( l.tw cammt le served noon
tin in: it is ont.-ivd by tiie Court that pubhea-
I "WISH TO SELL MY DESIRABLR
j'i.rm two mib-s from Winchester and ess
tpi-n-ar from JhrLerd. References A. 8.
Culver. Winchester ; Joseph Carter, Decbtrd)
A. J. Mason, Ea,ll Springs.
Jan. 2t Im. C. R. EMBRT.
ISTii AV STORE. "
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST 0
PEN ED a store in Winchester acd isUods w
keep it supplied with as general n -tmcriminl
oj ji,r.iiy groceries as the nttrketa afM.
I bavt now on hand
LETTER f AIM,
WAX TAPERS, &C, AC, .... .
all of which will be sold at a Tery mUtn
advance upon cost. Br AH kinds f eeuafrf
produce wanted, for which the highest fiist
will be paiti in cash or goods. . '
Jan. 2!)th. dtf W. C. MfJNSO.
Court, to be held at Winchester on the lst
Ji, .inlay in March, or the bill wiil be
taken for (.-ordered, and set for hearing ox
parte as to them.
JOHN G. ENOCHS,
N".i'dv printed aiuI for sale at the BUL
LETIN' OFFTCE. jon2-l
POTATOES 1 1
at T. J. Denson's store in Winchester.
Dec, 14, 18G2-dtf.
A six year old deep sorrel; lope fiaety aad
can be had for $150. Apply at the Bulletis
office. rr V . . fob7-tf
ON THE 12TII DAY OF MARCH NlXT
I will sell at the Court House, in Winchester
till the real estate of the late John. Knight, .?
Franklin county. Sold by virtue of a dee
of trust executed to me. Part cash and par
credit. Tho .Farm is a desirable one. :
Splendid Chewing Tobacco.
TO BE HAD AT DANIEL BRAZtli
TON'S Stre in Winchester.
Nov. 25 tf.
ON. HAND AND 70K SALE AT
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