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ahc aPailn bulletin.
Saturday Morning. Teb'y 2l3t.
Wa learn from a lady who left Nashville
five days sine, the position of affair in that
vicinity. She wa.i refusal a passport, and
watched her opportunity and came oat by
Lebanon, Alexandria and Liberty, and thence
by a road between AVoodbury and McMinn
ville, avoiding tho enemy's pickt., the whole
The people of Nashville are not suffering
now for tho necessaries of life, but are very
depending and gloomy-subdued-subjugatcd.
Flour is selling in Nashville at three dollars
per hundred, sugar tea cents, and coffee fifty
cents per pound.
Rosecrans' army hai a plenty of supplies
brought down tho Louisville and Nashville
Rail Itoad, which was completed within three
weeks after its destruction.
The enemy have been heavily reinforced,
nd the main army is in advance of Nashville,
there being but few troops in and about the city.
This being the situation of affairs in front,
we look for an early advance now, and a grout
hattlo. during tho next two weeks.
There were a number of pontoon bridges
Win? outsido of the enemy's lines near Nash
Ville for some time, which wero not guarded,
and it is ft great pity our cavalry did not learn
the facts in time to have destroyed thorn.
However, it is too late now, as the Abolition
ists h&vo removed them to Murfreesboro, un
der an escort of fivo thousand mon, which is
farther proof of an intendod advance upon
Wa insist upon it, we must be up and doing
'.We knew Gn. Hraeg has a fine army, well
disciplined, and his troops are in flno spirits
and ready for tho coming contest: but we
peat tho feat that wo ought to have twenty
thousand ruoro men, and we call upon the oo
retary of War to hoar tho voire of Middle
Tennesr,eo through our humblo columns, and
lend us tho rcquisito number of reinforcements
Wo aro confident now of tho strength of the
enemy, with its overwhelming numbers, and
we feel it our duty to appeal to those in au
thority to reinforco our army immediately
now is the accepted timo. Let then bo no
dolayBj no timo wasted in debating tho neces
ity of it.
If there eve: was an occasion for pressing
upon the ground of military necessity, this is
one. If wo lose this battle we lose the confi
dence of the Northwest, whom a late Cincin
nati (Commercial) paper informs us is deter
mined to unilo with us, or form a Northwestern
Confederacy. The paper eays they aro deter
mined to have one or tho other, or peace. But
If a battle is forced upon us before they can
act and one ia imminent -and we should be
overpowered and compelled to fall back, they
will bogin to despond and despair of rendering
that aid which is so necessary to bring about a
We are also informed by tho Confederate
Jadge who brought us tho news in relation to
the acts of the Kentucky Legislature, which
wa published in yesterday's issue, that Indiana,
Illinois, and perhaps Ohio had determined to
pursue the samo course, and call her troops
home; but we must remember that their pub
lic journals, as well as acts, are kept from the
B6ldierg, and they are not permitted to know
what is going on in their native land hence
t?he necessity for an early battle on their part,
efore the news may accidentally reach their
troops and demoralize their army.
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A. tr I rcai" A piCUSailii Clin u ui" !
Jne cxf-nK from tU. Cincinnati on U,o evo of tht.r departure lor lnl-
U,Vcn furniMl-cl i 1'' imMt ly l..rcL,at.4 l.y the Local of tins iul
v r cna ho ca,o .bU'. Mm. iu cl, gallant IvcUuclaan
1 . ! wo unleiuly ii.Imire, and devoutly hope
z:r r 7n : rof
.. . !u,tT.Min-i iu LliOMuav be preserved until roace shall
Uonill how's aa iu " " -! , , , i .1 t i 1
north-west. Over one hundred demo- have heen declared the I.-dependenco
c ru I i c mectinirs liavo ueeti neiu hj v ,
noi. and InJiana, at nil ofvhir-h resu- lather with others of tho same ?ro
. .; .,m f,vnr . an ar.c!ivities, may enjoy -a glorious least
lUL"'" r . i
mistico and a stopj-ac of tho war.
Volunteering, nays tho Enquirer, hus
ceased, and no reenti's can he had.
The Salt on the "Way.
Wo learn from Mr. Poindexter that
that salt which lias been tho uuhject of
so much mild discussion at tho cross
roads and street corners of Franklin
county, for months past, will ho hero
in a few days. It will co.-b only about
five dollars a bushel. One ear load
will bo for the iu;o of Unoriginal pur
chasers, and tho remainder will be
dis'ributcd to tho citiaons generally
T In tho far Sunny So-.Lh tho Lo-
Cai 01 llilS UlJ)i;i iia
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and dear to mm. uuroiu "-'i;i)v iuv,
friend, who know tho ropes, says thai
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we can "nmuo a point. u c inerenir
shall taho advantji-ze of tho opportuni
ty olTerod us, and hie fr the land 0!
our adoption, after wo shall have paid i
flying visit tn Shelbyville, Tenn.,to se.e
those wo hold dear.
f?u"Iii Union th.'iv is Ptrength,"
exclaims nemo of the intense Union
sympathisers in many portion of the
country. Such a quotation answered
very well when the Union existed, but
now it is oi no t iTod the "Union cl
tiio States for tho sake of tho Union"
has played out.
Pf?! The dav was uu
over the downfall of Abraham Lincoln's
dynasty. And, that Abraham will die,
NASTY, why of course tho Major and
Lieutenant,' like ourselt, is perfectly
satisfied. We aro yuiirs, gentlemen,
JrsT-A very pleasant young lady
eame to the Bulletin office yesterday
afternoon and purchased a copy of tho
paper. This argues well for the pros
per itv of the "little daily," ami we do
sineerely hope that the fair Miss
may ever have tho brightest sunshine
all along her pathway.
Hi-mo miter th'.v, yes whilt the pulse
ll Hi'., lioaW warm uud free,
5 all we kve ..n 1 urlh, in heaven,
) WH.t. remember thee.
irs 'i'ian to Ialsiiit
vo a l:.r ,e !; nt' Sauhritn gfwn and
Suiliu-n vari'-ti. . oi' i; K 1' IT 'i'i'.!-:...? eveiv
i v, lal'-r :i!e.l Si lie, fr nlv III
will 1 .
kitty t .
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1 hai.ureu, i'r wl.ieh
y unit i .!-.aliii' in tuo
l-v! !..t Ul.-..'lV,
.) urscry iuimi.
heaiuiful yes- I T. .V-
tcnlav: Old S..I was 0:1 a hpring 'bust' !,:i
and t. i 1 0 little l.-ii'ds arolrd in
implies!, mood. (T! and bleak
er had iio show, fi!-d ah n:iture
o:i:xasee-rw.iikIia Col I
ii. im. I v.. m La:
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e. isz. kdwabdy;
AVholesulo and lletail Dealer in
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At Daniel 8 na SUlid, I (J
NO. 13 WHITEHALL STJIEET,
yft Anv Tinrtv thut. will send mo !' ..
press it .-tiek of sound and good Irish Potatoej
f vill send bv cxnresa tea pounddurh't'hM.J
Su'ur and one pouud lino Kio Cotl'ee, in a 0ew
loblV-im E. II. EDWARPY.
Persons wishing to sell GOOD DRAFT
IIOKSliS can di.-nosti of them on reattonab,
terms by imrilyiii;,' to Maj. PALilEU or Cint
.llUUUL, 111 x.ali.,il; .-'Jiiiujjs. . 1U1-1W
A NEGKO BOY OK MAN, of Kood qUal,
ities, to wait 011 tin Ollicer in tho Army.'' Ths
Highest jtrieu will ho paid.' Por particukri
enquire at this oliiee. ' ' ' febl7-tf
ARMY BLANKS. "
FORMS O.N HAND AT THE BULLTJ5
OITOE, viz: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 0, 10, 12, 13, u
17, X), 21, 22. 23, iU.
AU.i, Morning llcports for Hospitals, Muster
niul P.'.v Hulls. DcscrintivG Lists. Au.. Ijum;.
, .I'u! I v 1 rinted on good paper. Other, Blunki
t"4 priiued to order. '. ' Md7
. PLENTY OF PAPER,
AT THE DULLKTIN" OFFICE, for th
printing .of nil Army IJinnka. - ' ' febl7
$10 REWARD. .
M Y N KG Ri (M H L UO LLY loft my hoiu.
n-ii' Couuii Dojiot, about tlie 15th of last
ifli'iith. She is about eighteen years old, bla. k
aim ?i-gn r.tiout r-'t puiiiies. J. heard ufbtr
l-ing in tho neighborhood of Dwherd ten
days ago. 'i lo: ubuvo reward will bo paid for
hc:r ili-iivorv at my hou.ie.
t;'T:J-hv C. B. AUSTELL.;
HOUSE TOR RENT. '
A ( oMt-OiM AliliK liWKLLiXG IS
in t'.i si: imrlts nf v'm:lii'fittr for ii'iit fr :bU
I w:w. A inn! Kurdt:i!; of'-liard. siaKIc, iiiui-
li-.'l. Apjny. at lb. 14 otneo.
; w i n 1 j
to put on her tpritg -:rapherna!
f you want ind tohaeco, ead nt
Erazehon's store on the eornor.
W. C. Munsoti litis just returni-d with
a lot of groceries cf every lend.
Head ftnarters, Depaitment Ko 2.
Tuixa inui .v. IVliruary 10th, l$-4'-l.
Tim trrent nuinbi'i' of nvn who hnvo i.ilnod
Cavalry Commands, nii'l av:iil thi'ms.dv-s of
that p.-ruliar sorviocto piuin over th-s c'Uir:-y
as maraudt'i's, uvoniing all duly, r.'!i'lciv. it.
ni'iicshAry that avalry Lonimaniiffs snoiim
usi! vigorous no'iins to ,: un Ii out su. n iMar-
iicifi-s, and nave llr.-m trunsl.'iv-.l 10 iina:arj , (
H"imr'iits, wiicrs' tin y -an ho lnnr.'- ca ily
iiti'licil and .'ornjii'l.'"! L in-rtorni ttn ir uwu'-s.
Cava! rv Coiiimaiidfr.- will inniivdiuti'lv miiko
out. and torward ihnu-h th proper cluinin-ls,
to those Head ()u:irt"cs. full iindcvniplotol.it.
soriiitivo Lists of all such oflieers and nnm 111
their tjommanas, in oim r io:o, im-y may i-o
tmnsfprri'd to Ini'ai.trv. lias will 1r1cl1if.lt!
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i.r.liv amour l.iof''r.' tho Clorl;
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s and Suggy for Sale.
K Isi). 1 lloPi.S!'.. and 11 tin? 110 to
'or .-ho.'. Ai'o'iV at the 1'iUiictin
Xi:SS OF LAInID
ii' U it D A L is .
ti-.i. on or In Ion.' '.!:i'..-tlay i.ft'-r tin'
11. inlay iu x t'ouary ui-xt, tin 1 '' aiitt L:v n (
r ur ., u.i.i' to 1. 1 ni uiioaots ,, '
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I'rtii.i t. in ill's I'vui Wincin-stfr niid oti
ji;u.-t-r iri iu iVthi.-id. Kt'l'reo:frb-A. 8.
r, t ;. in. h"tor . .lrs: ;,li C.i:rf Dcl.wd ;
11. M.uili in rir:;s.
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CCiCC I raTlivilil t-0. ; yy4s, a ,si.or jn U'indiostcr and ictondj 10
i ; 1 l.i't'o it Bii'ii.lird wiili as aitntrixl an o.rmtnl
':) "'"',! firnttnr sn trie tu rfcisl Buoto.
1 I LiiVtj now on hand
in in r. ft. als. 1
Januai-v I. !!:.. ifcU',. 1 1 r p-. 3 C t ' AJ.
ho Couri n.w 10 si'-sion that Jvan.-y Lit .
id in. ant oii .Ji.Lii, .J. 11. Moiri, j
, ..loin.-, v I'i'iii'is .u. jorrii ana
"iri.-. and 1'ilaiy -Murphy, ore uon
; Ii.-.' ail.'-, mi tiiiii tin' oi thnaiV pio
inli.'i.'l !..: .ii'l'Vrd Upon 'i In-Ill , it is
;-.i.'Ccd l.y I'm V. oiii-t. that publioii
iu t ho Dailv Bulletin, a news-
i;vl i:: the town of W iiii'lo.-tcr,
tor i'our cons. f'utivi; wt'CK3, rcduiniiir sanli'on-
ri'.-idftit.-to bu and p'TSotially apj car bot'oro
the v.-oi'.-lopiul t.ouiity Court, to bo hold at the
(!,m- I'oii.c in 'iVinchcsivr. ToMi.. on tho first
those who hv-qu'-ntly fail to ho with their J M .jinin y i i' Febniaiy. 18r,;i, tlu-n and there; to
: load, answer or tieiotir to tho pctraou. or tno
samo will bo taken lor confusion, and sot for
iioariioc t i piu'to as t thorn.
jan7-hv .1011 IS 0. ENOCHS, Clerk.
OCT Accounts from Memphis to the
4th ioat., say that Morgnns cavalry is
busy along the Cumberland and Ten-
nse rivers, and that he has made
numerous captures of Federal trans
ports and scouting parties.
r'nnimnnds on aotivodiitv. whether from buter
ir.; about camp, from hfina; without servieea
blo horsoF, from u deficiency in health on tho
part of tho soldier hiniseU, or Irom any other
of tho various causes bv which bad soldiers
seuk to avoid tho hnrdships and damrors of
the sorvico. u naor tno noaa oi r.'ji.irns win
bo stated the retuioiis for reooiniflendinic tho
Hereafter nnv Ciivalrv soldier who is found
absent from bis Command witt.out written nu
t.horitv from bis liriirtiiio Comioander. or oilier
competent i.iithority, will bo immediately di--
mountpd and sent on loot, under uard, to
tho nearest euarti-liou.-o. witn a u rut. mi : ,ato-
ment of tho fads concerning hi- arrest, in or
der that ho may be sent to his Corp- Command
er, and bu assigned to tho Infantry. Their
horses and equipments will hosentto the Chief
tjuartormaster ot Lavalry. Lommain.lor3 oi
(V.ivnlpr ( loniriiinies will stiito 110011 iheir .Mos-
t.fip nni 1'n v Kio s under ni'iii ot rom.irxs. 1. O
n 1 1 rn 1 nv i f dnvs eneli soldier lois lieen without
a serviceable horso; and the Paymasters will
rmt nnv tin snlilior for us and risk of norse.
except for the number, of days his horsu has I
noon 111, lor uuty
tin A Timt.inn
Cavalry, bo immediately turned over to tho
Chief Quartermaster of this Army lor futuro
By command of Gen. Braoci.
A. A. GuiT.
WAX TAPERS. &C . AC
all of which will bo sold at ft very moJt
advance upon cost. j&y- All kinds ot country
produco vanted, for which tho highest pn
will be naitl in cash or goods. 1 '
.(mi. ctr vv. i. iiini'i'u"'
State of Tonnessso, Franldhi Co.
F. A. I iiiu"h miller, Adm'r, &c, vs. C. 11.
Hand' v. Petition to s..lLand andSUvos.
In obfiiienco lo a decree of theCountv Court
of Li'ranklin countv. pronounced in tho aliove
. ... . r t . r I
r.,ik,. .Iim . mi in i trst M ilium or jitirci.
nr.)-. at tho Court lioaso door, in the town of
Winohosier, jirocoed to soil to the lusrhest bid-
, i.n m e ret '.t. ot twelve monius. i:iiins noics
and sullicient security,, and retaining a lien
on tin' Mime, "the follow ing hlavcs. Land and
Town Lois, to-wit: Allred Dick, Dotty arid her
two youe;rest children, Bulah and (ieore;
Martini mid her lutaiit .son, Jiarcus, lranii,
Florence und Sani. Tho biddimrs to com
mence as follows : Alfrod, StitHJ: Dick, $1200;
15ettv ati'l two children, 1000; jlartha and
soii.'Sl.O: Marcus. 700; Frank, 500; Flor
ence, :'.f0; Sum, S"il0.
Tho following Land and Town Lots; One
Tract of Land in Di.trict No. f, do-criptioi
POTATOES! . . : -
. , POTAT0IS1H
at T. J. Derison' store in "VYinchestor.. 5
Dec, 14, 1SU2 "dtf. , . . 'j
A six year old deep, soncl; lopes fl.nelv
can bo had for 150. Apply at tho Bullet
office. -. ' , fobi-u
tit ior ctuty. ...w,,.--- , .
I Cavtlry horses not fit for duty, and not Riven on day ol kiC, biddings to comm-nce a
ptiblo of spoody restoration, will, under 12 . -D. IlUfe and Lot 111 .lem. biddings t
lirootion of tho Commanding General of commence at Storu lious in indies
li. Lid lirur-i to I'lirnmene,- nt. S'Jl'O'J. HoUSf!
mid Lot in Winohesier, in which W. C. Hand
j resided at 1 10 time of lusdeatn, Diaairi''3Uj
conimonc.e at $ir.00.
JOHN G. ENOCHS,
LAND SALE. ;
r -ntn crit ,.t iim f,.,irt TimiBA in VYincHflWT'
all' tho real estato of tho lato John Knig1'' j
riaiiMiii cooinv. win oy viiiuu -
f trust executed to me. ' Tart casti arm r'
credit. The Farm ia a desiriibla one.. 1
JOHN FlilZZi-" '
TO BE HAD AT DANIEL BRAZE
TON'S Store in "Winchester.-j
Nov. 25 tf. ' ' . ' - -
ON HfNDAND FOB ,SALS AT W
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