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BY GAXNAWAY & SUTTCK. "
a. J. fiimtVAF. w. J. SLATriK.
AV inchostfi r :
Tuesday Morning, Teb'y 24th
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The latest news wo havo from tho front is
that all was quint along our main lines, but
that pretty brisk fight had occurred between
a toiall squad of Gen. Morgan's cavalry and a
large forco of tho enemy, on Friday last, upon
our right, and that our cavalry woro compelled
to fall back.
This arm of service seems to have met with
more than ono reverse of late, and wo fear that
they have been too confident of their ability
to attack a superior forco, and do not use tl at
eaution and judgment that characterizes the
Our infantry aro undergoing tho hardships
of ca'pp lifo this cold and disagreeable weather,
I .it H'e doing as well as could bo expected un
dr tho circumstances.
t Those who huvo good tents have chimneys
erected, with good warm Uro-plaees, whilo two
messes in each regiment, who were without
good tent cloths, have been permitted to erect
for themselves a comfortable cabin. All the
troops, therefore, having laconic hardened to
camp lifo, faro very well, when they aro not
requirod to bo on tho march, or on outpost
duty, during tha ec.ld and rainy weather.
4 We have not been ablo to leurn tho particu
lar! of Fridays fight, save that, we lost a small
number of men, but will furnish them us soon
as obtained. '
fi-iSlander is a venomous reptile
Hour stealthily it crawls from licartli
to .hearth, .covering with its filthy,
vicious froth, all that is pure and love
ly .wilting tho fairest flowers vviih its
poisonous bito. It is an uly thing
hasc, dark and devilish. It was con
coived in sin, and fostered in iniquity.
It would pull all that is noblo down to
its own infernal level of blackness. It
has no respect for virtuo, for truth, or
for persons. It gloats in assailing
nocenee, and is leagued whh tho devil.
Sometimes, riches can ward off its an
proaeh, but " Bo thou as chaste as ico.
as pure as snow, thou shalt not escape
calumny." lago hko, it nuts on an
honest countenance, and as it finds its
hearers engaged, advances from lie to
to lio, and '6f mole-hills builds great
mountains. But treat it with a show
of investigation, and backward it crawl-
like a crab. The injunction of socrosy
isHh'o spoon in which it administers its
corrupting doses of falsehood.
This rcptilo is very small and hides
under tho tongues of individuals, ladies
and . gentlemen both. It is peculiarly
fond of ladies' eocioty. "We know some
of tho fair nex who freely give it a
homo in their beautiful rosebud mouths.
Its food is slander and 'liko produces
like."" - Sharaol young ladies, shame 1
Older ladies, bo ashamed. Men, how
abominable in you to repeat tho slander
you hoar. This lady did so and so,
when'1 the lankeca Were hero sent
flojtyes receivod tho company of such
an one and smiled at that officer. Cer-taiernsU-
understand. Wo only
remark that' lie or sho who'' doals in
such themselves Bhould bo suspected,
for they would shield their own obloquy
fthcTr, own evil action by turning
publio Attention upon others. Watch
ihe$e'sfandefcrs, and mark the' first
on yon hear pelting the reptilo we
Tun ToputAKiTx thb Bulhtix. The
Senior of this paper has just received a later
from HuntJvillo, Ala., irdm ona who is every
way capable of forming an opinion relative to
tho newspapers published in the Southern Con-
fwleracy. Tha writer savs :
'Knelosed find onn dullur fur rnl.
mo th.; Jiulletiat'orone month. I must say I
hko iLirtfer than anj utliitr wintr r,i,U!U im.i v..
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tha .South. "
Wo thank our friend ki.lv for such a sen
timent, and trust that he may ever find tho
bulletin a welcome visitor.
.From tiie same letter we cct information
in regard to the sitnatiou of affairs in Jackson,
T.-nn. Tho writer savs that tho poonlo of that
(ilaeo arc "living on two meals adav:thu Fed
erals have taken everything tho dcooIo huve
and have to draw rations from tho Tost Com
missary." "Wo deeply regret to hear such un-
favorablunews. Tho day is comincr whi-n the
Federal Tost Commissary at that noint will be
compelled to "skedaddle," together with the
vile Hordes that now infest that atllicted town
In the language of our highly esteemed friend
and correspondent wa can truthfully, but Lot
wickedly exclaim : i
"I wish the earth would open and sink tho
last one of tlmm into h U old Lincoln under
the whole of them."
Tho weather, for the last week, has
been as changeable as the modus operandi of
certain brainless genus homos who vary as of
ten as tli a .seeoi... hand of a clock or watch
in their evolutions. Yesterday was a snrinrr-
like day, and the blue birds were in their hap
piest mood even tin antiquated "old hen,"
who has "spread herself" so often, was cack
ling in honor, as she imagined, of laying her
urst'pnitgcgg. Tho croakers were musical
in tiielr anticipations, but wo fear that thev
will pee ) througu icy-windows ere Uo ides of
March shall maku its appearance.
For the Daily Bulletin.
OX THE DKATU OF SIRS. n. ANN 6IATTER.
"Why 13 it, that the fairest flowers aro quickest
to decay ?
"Why is it, that the hearts wo love aro first to
pass awty ?
"Why was she snatched from friendship's grasp,
from loving children's arms?
"Why could sho not on earth remain to spread
her various charms?
Cut thus it is; lie takes from earth some cher
ished friend, eaeti day.
To deck his mansion in tho sky, "far up tho
Her soul was formod for purer joys, and richer
climes ot bliss;
She could not feast on earthly toys, or thrive
in shades lik'i this.
S C 1
"Where music ot the ransomed choir falls gen
tly on tho ear,
Where peace and love and joy abound, and
banished is all fear.
Where myriads of the white robed throng soar
tree trom every care,
Methinds I see her, harp in hand, a happy
A FINE YOUNG MULaUsUT oM
the spring. ' Apply at this office. (eb20-tf
Now it ,tli Time i0 11
"Wo hard a inrge lot of Southron trol .
Southron varieties of FKUIT TREES of
kind, ;i years old, largo and flue, for ..u'
low prices. Also. SEEDLINft n?
TJtEES.for $5 per hundred, for which
will take any money that is passable In th
county. Call and seo for yourselves
S. Y. HOUGHTON" & CO
feM8.tr. , V Nursery:
iSa? Wo attended divine service last Sun-
lay at the Methodist Episcopal Church. South.
and heard an appropriate sermon delivered by
me iiev. Mc. Mr. reiguson. The presenti
ments reminded us of good old times when
cluireli g;.!.v w-n alf.-M-thn- iiJisnensillc.
""J t.ii vma ui our ratiii'i-s enable us more
and mow to hold last the precepts of our ven
ei'iiluu Apostb's and tle'ir forerunners.
TriK Weatiikii. We have the pleasure of
announcing to th : rnid-rsof the Bulletin that
yst.rday was a beautiful day. Old Sol eon
eluded once more to peep into American affairs
and see if any changes had occurred since his
".tit. The only change that is visible. L. that.
the Chattanooga JJbcl is a double sheet. Ei:ie
joke on Paul if the paper mills quit grinding.
Northern papers say that the enzravers
aro now printing about, h million and a quarter
a ttay ot Uovcrnr.u.nt currency, of which SUOo.-
000 is in postal currency. Thev have not vet
commenced on the one hundred millions .f
legal tender authori.od by the joint resolutions
oi Congress passed some time since.
hafe been discoursing about.
BttitoOK.' Finisued. Wo learn that
the bridge Ot the Watauga, lately des
troyed by Carter's (Yankee) cavalry,
has ,lcou rebuilt. Tho work was finish
od, and ' the train; passed over it on
Tuday. The work on the llolstou
bridge at Zollicoffer is progressing rap
idly, "and it is oxpoctcd that ' it will be
iloisbod by thVlst of Atrch. ,Jl
.J '.' K f td . '
SGen. Scott's health is .laid to bo fail i no
li i in fast, lie is 'confined to his anavi.MH.ntr
almost entirely holpless ; and what is worse, it
EUia tuat lin muid at lenrrth is brakin.r
down under tlu weiglit of y,fars and mental
and bodily trouble. II reeeives f,-w vlsimr
and these only his most intimate friends.
Ex-I'residerit Pierce, of New Tlnmn.
shiro, occupies the position of Vnllandighum,
m:u. v 00.1, iingijt, and other pu.ee Demo
crats, lie is activelv eiimwro,! ;.. ,1. .
ot his State, laboring to curry it in tho March
elections against the Lincoln despotism.
K&. Tho Southern Express eornnnnv w,.
made an arrangement by which subscriptions
to any nUpiT j the Cuiifcderacv nnn h
nutted throii;;h their a-rents. with fur
safety and spaed than by the mails. Th nr.
raiigemciitinterieres with no postal law.
A sharp correspondence has taken place
Mwaen Gen. Imboden, C. S. A., and General
Milroy, th3 Yankoo brute who commands in
wesu-rn, Virginia. Both ofli -jn threaten re
taliation on the prisoners held by them.
. 8. Carlisle, a member of tho Yankee Sen
ate from Western Virginia, is endeavoring to
prevent the rai.-ing of negro regiments. He
might as well undertake to stop tho water run
ning at Niagara Falls.
Methinks I see her as sho looks, with sympa
Upon the littlo lonely band with whom she
Had to part.
Methinks her soul, at twilight hour, oft glides
down with the dew,
To hold sweet converse with their own, and
holy joys renew.
They will, in sadness and in tears, revisit oft
Of one they loved so tenderly, but could not,
oould not save,
" I go;" she said, "God's will be done," and
sang sweet hymns of praise.
Then whispered to her friends. "Farewell!
meet me in other days!"
0 God, console tho husband's heart, stand by
the children's side ;
Fit them to meet her in yon realm, and ever
bo thei guide,
he was to them a guiding star, when clouds
o erhung tlu-ir sky ;
Her charming voire and loving imilo would
iiiuko all sorrows llv.
Still s'eer by that bright guiding star, which
oft has guide,) you;
'Twill l.-ad your souls to pleasures rare, where
joys uw tver new.
Arise, and cheer thy drooping lK.Hrt.s, lUid ure
thy heavenly way,
And then you'll meet her, ne'er to part, in
realms of cloudless day.
Winchester. Feb. 23, 1.SC3.
O O 27" IF" m Tn f
S UG A R:
E. M. KDWABDT,
Wholesale and Eetail I)ealor i 7
At Daniel's Old SUnd,' ' " t
NO. 13 WHITEHALL : STHSTt
ATLANTA, GE0EG1A, '
Anv nnrtv th lit. 11111 UAM -
-j i j ...... ....I kiiu ia uy
press a t ack ot sound and good Irish Potatoes
I will send bv exnress ten nmni hv. v..
,. r , ; ,i urowi
Suirar and one Bound hue li o rv,ffi. . .
Oznaburgs sack. . . ..' ..
fubl7-l m K. M. EDWABDY.
Persons wishing tn uoll nnrm nn...
HOiteLh can depose of them on reasonable
rV,Vu""' 1 1 ,i ?, l",JlaJ- 1 Ax,4ii!.K vr CapL
A NEGRO BGY OR MAN. f
lties, to wait on an Officer in th. a V,
high,;st price will bo paid. For partfctlm
enquire at this oSico. ftbl7-tf "
AIIHY BLANKS. "
01 'If I UK. viz: 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 13 if
17, f, 21. 23, 21.
i lay to,ls, Dt'hcrij.tivo LisK &c.. brauti.
ii v i nine..! on
rinted to order.
n mi t av hoi s. Dcscru.ti vi r aa !,- v. ..
iuuy uuiuM oa j,otMt papvr. Other Blank
CHEBltY'S NURSERIES, '
ON THE Bid ROAD, 2A MILKS WEST
l'' H laCIIfcSTLii.
A lnrjre ouantitv of Flii;ir T"ri.v r
sale at tanner prices. Th.-y are fonlidei.tlv
recommeiitlefl as embracing the very bestrIU i
uies ot Fruit vet k
,. .... Ill.tiAe.-
ij;. u.Mnung, cmer ami lor lontr Jo-cpim-riantnt
i shouhl bear in mind "th.. ti..f
... , Hi., mi
i ii i : r 1 1 1 nut I r
, .c.wu juiuuiues oi trees will not
. Vi--i. i y give tliem a profitable orchard,
inat Will altogether d.-.i,t,,-l .i , . .
, T , -r"" "t"' ui- selection
V 1K0'H'"-1 1'- select aright requires arent
( I'll llf nvn.,.i. 11, 1 . 1 . '
t ' V , 1 "fve oeen planting
or forty years, and still find some thin- to
uur trees are just tho right ago and sizo for
Wrl "FJT' 177 ""fJthy. very vigorous, and
....,,. van iiiiu ico tnein.
iJireet I'. 0., Winchester, Tenn.
fLl)U-tt C. CHEERY.
PLEIJTY OF PAPER '
AT THE BULLETIN OFFlCB. for
printing of nil Army Blanks. faK17
Soisea and Buggy for Siiiir"
THKKK St). 1 lfnt'ii in mj .
lil (jlcV fur uuln ....! .
I'-cjrirJosiCommisbary. ftbft-tf :
0 R SALS.
I W ISH 1 o SKlTm Y DSIA BLR
I arm two uule from Winchester ud m
'lisarter irom iVcherd. Keforeacre-1. ft,
Jan. 2.1 i m.
C It. EM BEY.
EST GoW has run up so UlAi m thn Vnrii,
.Jt ' vi 111
that a bill has been introduced in Congress by
Mr. Loomis, of Connecticut, for the taxation
of transactions in gold, and with a vi.v r.r
checking speculation in it.
isr o t t o in-
The following named members of Tennc;ee
Keifnnents and Comrmrm.u
around Lienmond, Ya., loft etlects, which the
...,.w i.-j -soiuauves can secure upon prenentn-MOltl-jT,
As,istant Onurt.irtniw,.r p;u
- - lllbU'
Allen, M. 13.
Downing. J. F.
Gas key, G.
SoHI'hnriUKrVi T,,4 it
Richmond, 'a.. December 20, 1852.
eunesseo papers copy. feM tf
Jones, A. B.
Leddy, A. J.
Itogers, J. T.
feanders, J. H.
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BSL. The Southern IllustrataJ News, of the
21st, is upon our table, filled, as usual
' -f uu
everything intellectual, rich, rare and racy.
B?a. We would call
wv4M, ItbbCUblUU IQ
thoj(ursery&dyortiiomeiitof Mr. Q. Chart j.
W. J. Slattt-r
Hfiglr All kinds of blank" t
y printed as neatly a, XtnXl$ '
Fancy Printinrr, '
on hand. Orders promptly filled
illr. L N I) K Ks f r. n a 4 a .,-...
i 1..1 a utore m U innl,(1i..r ,,1 .j.
Keep :t sunn led wifh ...
oj jamdy cjrocen as tha jurk?U aifw.
i huvo now on hacd
laws, , , .
LETTER 9 JmXl
WAX TAPERS, &0.," o
all of which will Km . . -
..... oviu at m TWJ HMWU
advance upon cost, jgj- All kii, .f cwr i
produco wanted, for which th. Mw 3.
will bo paid in cash or cooda.
T, n Illi. 1. 1 . .
POTATOES! ". .. , , ; .'. .:
POTATOES 1 1 !
HORSE FOR SALH.
A six year old deep sorrel; lope. Imelt M '
be had for $100. Apply B'n ,
ON THE 11!TIT tuvninf.
I will sell at th.Pn;n ll.W.
all the real estate of the late John KniKBi,f -r
ranklin county. Sold by yirtue of I dw
c1cdii8tTd t0-m!, Part
credit. The Farm 13 a desirable ent. , ..
to be uiuT:: 7 4
TON'S Stnt AiwA KACID- : -
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