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"IV UAXXAVi AY & ' SLATTliU-
8. L. iavVin.IV. W. J SLAT IKK.
r i n c h o s t r :
Sunday Morning. Pcb'y 22d.
Y nib del in our yesterday's "Times" ar
ticle to tho position of affairs ia Na-hville, an J
r-o!ce of her soutw-n citizens being ?nbdud.
We are told by refugees thut wo arc mistaken
in cur report that there are many of Nash
ville's citi:wns i:i the South who look upon that
city and their Southern friend i with pride,
and wc ought not to mention the subject.
Wo did not mean to convey the idea that
theit spirits were broken, but that their hand
were tied. Wo endeavor to give our renders
all tho news good or bad, and we mentioned
tho above fact, which we' ree.-ived from one
who also looks upon Nashville with grid's and
who has looked upon tho city within tho pa t
few days, and knows the true ttato t alt.-urs,
which wo Telatod in bopiM that tho.-e in au
thority would use greater exertions to relii ve
an oppressed pooj.li. We consid'-r that a com"
munity wh'n h has been completely surround -l
by tho thieving Abolitionists for the past
twelve months, without any pro pect of r. liet,
are, in onu serine of the vrd, s:ubdue.l :uid
Wc have no news of importance from the
front. All was quiet Friday, save a 1 1 1 M
nkirmUhing between those on outpost duly,
which has become of to frequent ocenrrene,
of lato that it censes tu become an i t 1 1 ! of
That an advance on tho p. rt of the i-nemy
is intended, as soon as the weather will permit,
is not to bo doubted. 'We are n.-sured that
they have completed all repairs upon the
Nashville and Chattanooga Ibiil Road as far
h Murfreesboro, and wo mu-.t. conclude that
they have tho road very strongly guarded, vU
our cavalry would have interrupt. (I tin ir eom
inunications cro 1 1) i s, und compelled tin in to
Tnii L-A u t,w-l o.uU tt.wwf-l N 'it v (if KocKs.
Were wn to listen to all the ib ms of news
which old I fame Humor nds by the grape
vine telegraph, we might ent ji tain our read ts
with gossip, but wo have already proiniu-il
nothing but facts, and will therefore not pub
lish tho grapevine, for fear that .somo knot or
erook in it may prevent the tli-patch '.'rom be
ing intelligible, and not to be relied upon.
"We will refer our readers to the Northern
news published in this morning's is-nc, from a
lato "Cincinnati Knmiirer," wh'u h ?i inew hat
anticipates our Times article in news from and
beyond our front.
Should anything of importance occur after
he penning of this, we will make a note of it,
nd it may be found in our local column.
From a local item in another place it
11 bo soon that rLno3. J. Jackson lias
on elected Mayor of our town. The
,'o, wo understand, wa.s very small
tsually so. This is owing to Hcveral
80s. 1st. Tho election was not well
I'mhod. Many did not know it was
e hold ourself iimoni; tho number,
ough, wo loani, written notices of
oro posted two weeks ince. JJut
y people look to print for informa
of such affairs, and tho notice
t to havo been published in tho
tin. 2d. Tho day was very in
nt, and a largo portion of our
s aro 'absent. But had there been
vote, wo think Mr. Jackson would
net their wishes. His name was
gainst his desiro and expressed
'jut wo believe the large majority
citizens desired him to bo Mayor,
to his health, any way. He'll
i good Mayor is qualified and
Ion. Beauregard has issued an order
l.iting tho garrison at Fort McAUis
thoir successful Uefenso against tho
roi) cladr,, and granting them ncrmis
scribu on their ilag.s, "Fort MeAlhs-
The election fur Mayor, Aldermen
and CoMstal.de for oar town w;r held
yesterday, with the following result :
Mayor TILOS. J. JACKSON.
1st Ward J. (!. McCutcheon,
W. V. liiweiy.
2d Ward W.L. ISk-klv,
J. P. Lee.
3d Ward .1. C. Knochs,
J. M. IJlllTollgh.
4th Ward Thomas Short,
Ceo. 1L. Lell-ber.
Constable W. T. Lee.
That Trkti'v Cirl. !!' Ij wo'n
light. A sweet Confederate girl, peep
ing out ttom her latlieo windtv; at
midnight hours, sing rg that lovely
The moon is beunir. on the lull".
Conn! sail in oar li,-!,; aim -,
Swei-t souii'I- of mu-i; w 11 awake,
As we glid' o'er the water's blue.
In our light canoe us merrv wo glid
O'er ihc ripliu. silvr li do,
Wliil-t free I'n.m cure our spirit- are
As away wo merrily glide
Is ;i sight altogether enchanting, some
thing that lilts pour human nature far
above this cold and p!e ..'inalic world,
and introduces us in tho presence oi
bright, particular spirits in the haven
jf eternal repose. Cod protect our fair
damsels from all harm.
in the llulleliu 'i'.
. , . , i r T .. .
With our il'NOi !. V 1 ol ir)Y. -
ling.(;:eel!. ly.. ('apt. C. ami i,ie:;t. S.,
was one long to ! I'diion'ered ly..
I.ot.al.' '.easant remi'.ii-'-oiees id t'li
jast wero vivid in mi' mind's eye, ami
may t urn out to oe
or to that ColiS't!;!
1 lv to be wlslu' !
we Impe l he fulnr;
a ritdi reality in In
mati'iii most devi
viz : I'::.vcr, r-d t
a . t-:w i: r.N ,'vv'i v of u ri
est i'eople, b mm: t .g -t Imm- by Im '.
principle- of i;:;-!tt an 1 J n-ti e in
ey-'S i ilnn wii r.ile tii" oe la
Fighting Joe Hooker.
From fill accounts this new com
ttiamb rol'tbe Vnnlcce yrmy of tho
Potomac, now on the Rappahannock,
is de termined to advance upon Gen.
Lee and "iv him battle. We beleive
that im will. All liis life he has been
:i desperate, reckless man. No one
h.'s ventured yet in Yankeedom to
tribute to him military siill. In
Mexieoho wis esteemed a reckless
tighter; notiiing mo:e. His whole
career, in other iv .-poets, prove him
to be a mfsr reckless man : reckless
over the goblet, leckless fit. the. card
table, reckless at whatever he under
takes, and reckless as to all conse
quences. Such a man. tho radical ab
olition party demanded to lead the
Army of the Potomac, and such a man
Line-du h'-s given them. It is writ
ten that when an ancient people call
ed noon the Lord for a King to gov
ern them, the Lord, in his wrath gave
one. Whether Lincoln yielded to the
cl -tnorot the Abolitionists in his wrath
or lolly for such a General as Hooker
to l"ad their army, we are not well
sutisimd po.v-.ibly it was in his wrath
but it is more likely it was in his ho
ly he yielded. Hooker, or ' Fighting
!oe,'' In.s always been an Abolitionist.
hi a-.-uming command of the army,
he imitates ih" example (d one of his
l.'tisti!);is (!) predrcesors-not Mo
i.'lmian. not llmnsido, but Pope. IF'
"arc supi nor
the first time
es leu wif.i a ur in
sta'ii'g tint his troop
to o:;rs i.i r-n'ar!" Vi
A i ' I II
tins 1 is i,i c-i cmiii.ed !iv anv com
maimer of Abolition troops !'o them.
I'opo on y v.itai ed his own prowess.
!!'o'i-r, ia,. piowes.s of the army;
i ' eve ;i f:,jn see too reeklcss.'iess of
"'iejitiag .!;" nc! Icns of truth, as
O I -i - i. i . . . . ir,, i i -1 t,l li ' I-.i !
id- s -.vi ! !.e
will h ,w t'
t, him cross tin
' -I.i HI
evm- I h ui g t-'so
upon mm, when be
i . o i e- mnor: inn, v, at mast, ol
nikior hi i'e:!.i i :if ion "ood, L-t
lit'l eoilir! 5
: : 1 1. i r j " 1 -, a!
A FINK YOUKO MULti., 3 years old in rpQ
tho spring. Apply at this office. feb20-tf i Mi
IYoav i tlio Time to Plant '
"We havo ft large lot of SonthronjrTown an , j
Southron vtirkties of FRUIT of evv
kind, li years old, large and fine, for sale, HEEj1
low price. Also, SEEDLING PEA' U '
TREES, for $5 jwr hundred, for whic
will tuko any money that is passable it
county. Call and seo for yourselvek. i
H. W. HUUliillUJN & uu
ne by ex.
ie, in a new
IRISH POTATOES,' '
C O F F E
AYholcsalo and Retail Dealsr in
At Daniol's Old Stand,
XO. 13 WHITEHALL STREET, LUtijt
Any party that will send mo by ex- kiruster
press a sack of sound and good Irish Potatoes, ( bettuti-
I v ill (nll by cxprcM ten pounds light brown c.r BlunU
Sugar and onu pound fine Rio Coffee, in a new M'17
O.iialturg.- sack. t i
lVbl7-Jm E. M. EDWARDY. ft,
HORSES WANTED febtf
lV-r.-ons wishing to sell GOUD DRAFT T""
HORSES can disjioso of them on reasonable , j
h'l'iii, ly ftplying to Maj. PALMER or Capt. wjhoiu,
MOORE, ut Eattdl.! Springs. febl7-Iw l-of lt
... old, blu- k
A NEGRO BOY OR MAN, of good qual- vhrt
iti.-s. to wait on an Otlieer in tho Army. Th r
higln-.-t pric will be paid. For particular loi.RT . '
eiKpiire at this ulliee.
Ilciven's A ri i
in yster-iny laorui'i
eopio.is shown- ni' --w
1!', Fi'hriinry is 'ivin
ety of 'e:it!n'!-. We
pres.i"n Umt uh
M.;:ci! unon tic
which is P) loilow i.i tlie t'ootstc
i in men iale roiu e-en I alive.
I'diowo-l ly ;i
v. liter." II
i's a (;. t. vari-
We M'e und t the i::i
I I'Vli. is s!cailli!.r
I'mcI licoini""; month
-s Ui I.e.
eiuth nature was
horror sal ujn'ii t h
JC-iy Ibirkness ooeo covered the
1 1 1 1; ! I in :.-looni
I. rone ol l eroe' iru
night, and theio was decj) ennni'ilion
among the regiijn--ot tho lost. S.ieh a
picture may now i o scon in Vankeo-doodle-dandy-dom.
Ti:k Ilm.v .;.-.::i;.r.i. r'inember,
reader, lhi is the L ntn's l).v. ".Six
days shall tliou hi! in," sail !i t;. HPy
Bible. Let u , therefure, as a people
struggling tor our I'r edom and Sacred
things, observe tin- injuacti m-. set i'orth
in the ( iracles l)i v in.',
'Prai.so (Jud i'roiii wiionudl bh-.-ings riow."
Sivi:i:ris'i Oini:r. or- Gion-. .ns is Mi;
soriu. The fiii'iny in .Ub-ii.nri is far fV.u-i r
la imr in ios atrooitics. A dis'i:,;.. h trom S
Louis says :
Gen. Loan, rniiimandii'g tin.' central d'strht
of Missdiiri, lias i-.-ued urders th.it nil ni.-,l -whackers,
guerillas, rebels. Conlcdcrato re
cruiting ollieers, eini-.-:iries a-suniiii to act
under rebel authority, found in thai niiliiarv
district, mll he promptly ex--i-u!-d b t!i,- ii,-t
ciiiiiini-i-ned olliccr into wh" e hands tln-v
may be delivered : and all iersniis kunwin
harb'irin'X. or in any way aiding and ttin-
such parties, shall sull'-r like piuiislan-at, and
their houses he dcstri'Vi'd, and all the jiermud
j.ropei-ty on tin' preini.es seized and applied 1-)
the indi'iimilicalion of l:nion citi.-'.e!i. Anv
olliccr failing promptly to ex,, -ate tins order
will bo court martialud for dbuU diencu i f
ty Tho Eoui?ville liciiioerat says: "The
Abolition p; per. now lln-;ii.c tli;.t tho Pre-:-
ARMY BLANKS. ' "
1ORMS0N HAND AT THE H17LLETIJT l120 !N
Ol- t'lCE. vi.: t, :.. C, 7, 8, !, lo, 1, 13, li "r .;h;"
17. -O. 21, 2'J, 'Jt.
AI-, -Morning lb-port? for IIosi itaht, Miutnr Bc"
and fay Roils, Descriptive LiK beauti -i;'i
fully rinted on j.0d i,ai,.-r. Other Rlnnk. fi-i.
. 'pri, -a-d to order. f v 1 7 jV-aei.
1 1 , III ... HU . IO L0.
oi''- His i.o;'.-i, i.ti'"i: TTTlTTnTTr rT -r a -n-. V.. u.
1 .vi I HE lit I.L I N ol-' .' I't," r...
V'":'!'I','U!H r'";', h!,:,-,-ut looting of all Army Blank. ' teblD
': -o-i vn; : .-loi'i d be survive i, j - - -p
! ;" i;-e!i!, t. ',.., iho ,-,.m ninderi Horses and Luggy for Salt;: '
I. .-...... : - ti . 4.. f i.i: I 1 l 1 III lloi.-..'...nJ JT..l-r 'IM11H
.it!,-HI!! 1 i ' 1 t i I ' 1 , f , , , 7 . .. . UKilBt
i piy nt lUo Jiuliti . BU(i b.
.!vi:e ' n:'!vi()
.-- So inhti nan
v -i nr.!!? IVn'ou
;tnd b 'iboroiis
' Ui'u r I'ost ( 'C'liinn'ssarv.
!Q30 ACE'.ES OF
an- p . x'-ovs. ol tl,o 'i M'-.k'-c ti'.ops I 1 Wl.SII TO SELL .M Y DESIRABL3X pit
h.-cotni;.-.:-. tb-'il even ni t n V of t he iir- I '''ur'" tWl' u,!', t;'om Winchntor ud ona jps
t i-i-i n p
.n'.lrivcu ioteiiotlhe.e. i"VrhT- i-rcnc-A. B.
. ''","', ' on oi-'.cr ; ,jo.si-pii artt-r, Lecntrci
i K A. .1. yla-on. E.-till Sprinp.
Jan. -s-lm. C. i. EMERY. -
Svni-detit III (!'(
ie -.c!i ti:
t -iilil its'
. M n! i":r, iVom Aj,-np,is, s iy-:
p.o-i s'nrtbng rcpoii.s i!;tii y
i-i oinra-s li
t'o- iine of tin
y .nr soidtcrs
Tiic Sc vi nth
1 1 c 1 1 ! -in--
' I'iO't o
1 1 V iniO'T iMH'd as 1 he
ii'iirn .'cs lor u liic
(MI'S 0'!.;i, I li) li- (li-!lli -Sl-d I 111' SflviC'
-, ces an- Mid'cd down and burned
ho-, s, catl !e ;ii:d lowl
MtVs siidt 1), ltollSt'l
w i i ! ". ! . luos'--biiinci!.
C r ! '
and rapine arc their con-mon
'av ; .1; : si; its. Cvcn Indies hnve
I tin ir clothes on their persons
t'oo n over their heads, on the prc
b'xi that they had money on their
P'T.-ons which they would not. give up.
Socn lii'si.'lntioti as has fol owed in
hen- ti.K-l-s in Vv'i'st Ti-nni'ssi-o can
never Ic n-leq-uif ey shndowed I'orth
in wo (U. It has lo be seen to be tip.
iieciaied. Oiiicers who (ail fo com
mand tueir iMi-n are guilty, and should
be made to -rdfer.
THE I'.XDElbsiGNEI) HAS JISTO
PEN El) a -tore in imhrtr-r r.nd ioutod I
keep it snppliod with as itnernl an r.i.tvrt
of j'omihi ipr,eerie as tho im- rkU ff(k
i t.a e now on hmai
VEVVF.n. t .
hODA, , ,
LETEB PA FOR c
KNUL-T, a " n,
ci g a its, . , ? S(:
WAX TAPERS, &C..4C,
all of which will bo sold at a very iad (: u-
iidvaneu upon cost. Jjfcgf- All kindi of c' f-, . Tn-pRiti
producu wanted, for which tha higiwf AlUiOi''
will Vu paid in cash or goods. Jestor. :'
Jan. Oth. dtf WiC MH'
Look oi:t, Sioi;ma;vi:iis ! (Jovcrnor
aii.-e, of Xorth Carolina, has 10m
inenced invcstigjittini; tho conduct of
the shoe manufacturer of that Stato,
and it, every case where the provisions
ol the-exemption law has been disre
garded, the offenders having; failed to
(online their profits to sovonty-fivo
per -ent , he has caused the cnijdoycrs
and all their workmen to bo con
scribed. Three of the largest , estab
lishments in tho State have been closed
in e''iiS ''i:e:ice of his proceodin-s. and
;d! Lu. is ;,(.ni Lv t.uups'oi' instruction.
Mi : . . 1 . 1 if...
dent i.s not bound to ol.y the Constimti,.,.. but lu- ,Ll"L nto o-fcai ueciino in inn
ly to support it. licing too weak b. support 1 l'nL'0 V1 lc:ltlll'', hen manutactured
J 11 " 11 1 I . ,1, I 1 . .. .'.... If. --.
iiioiui.uiii tuu olulu. jiatyi ( Lr-c.i
POTATOES ! !
at T. J. Donson's store in TVinc)
X-c, 14, 1862 dtf.
HORSE FOR SA
A six year old dep sorrel; q
can bn had for $100. Apply a
it whoh), ie: has snia.-hed it into pieces of u size
j suitabli! to his strength."
j Eu A disputed from Washington says th'.T?
j is no enemy in force at Fredericksburg only
' l.',0f;U bi-in ,- left behind.
7 1 l.;jn ;.
IX ANY COLOR AND STYLT5 PRIS
tud at this office.
be? finely "a
nt the Bulletin
at E ' . ''
' p3Hrtuo of dfll
, Zoyiik cash and part
'ntblo onn. " "
one FlilZZELL, t'
JoUqiei. braze v
lot oat -a AT Till
ONTIIE12TU DAY OF J
I will sell at the Court Houw
all the real estate of the late
Franklin county. Sold by
of trust executed to me. J
credit. Tho Farm is a desi
TO LSI-; HAD AT I). "ee hi
TON'S Stwre in Winchest re tal
Nv. 2o-tf. ffrohl
ON IIAND AND POR"k r - '
I Daily TJnlletui otll.