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Ihc : IPailn bulletin.
. KY (JAXXAWAY & SLATTEK.
s. l 4 a y. w. J. HAm:n.
W inch e s t r :
Wednesday Morning. Fcb'y 25th.
There is every jroba!Llity of a liht as soon
tis tli weather will permit.
The enemy have been rein forced to the.
amount !' tln'ir loss at Murf'ree.-boro.
The movement, of the enemy will probably
hasten a battle upon our part, ns some conjee
turo that ihi! Abolitionists have given out their
intended attack upon Yieksburg, and Grunt
will move li is army into Tciuicsmjc to endeavor
to compel us to fall b:i' ,
Ihr grapevine dispatch fcl?o brings news of
one hundred and twenty transports at Nash
villi, with tiie view, i" ' jmpposed, of moving
.a portion of K-., -.Trams army down tho C'urn
b. Hand and up the Tenne.-sco.
In either event, we do riot sea any absolute
necessity for a retra.'jrado movement on our
part, but, on tho contrary, we ought to ad
Vance and inarch into Kentucky.
We also learn by grapevine that one whole
brigade of Kentucky Federals have left lh:;o
crans, and returned to their homes, but wo do
not place any reliance in tin- report.
The. ftll'air between a small portion of Mor
gan's men and a force of tin; enemy in the
vicinity of Smithville, on Friday but, turn
out to bo a very small skirmish imt worth
Our readers must not be alarmed about irun
boiits and transports coming up the Tennessee,
ns they will bo well watched, and encounter
some obstacles in their route, and He re will
bo no immediate necessity, if any, for falling
back, unless they should get to-) fur in our rear.
The roads are in such a condition from the
late overflowed lands that the enemy would be
unable to move with wagon trains of provis
ions but very slowly, if at all, with everv
prospect of having their supplies c ut oil' by our
vigilant cavalry in that vieitiity.
A very reliable and intelligent gentleman
informs us that he has seen a published order
of Kowrans, in which person widiiu hi
lines are forbidden, tinder severe penalties, lo
cultivate the ground that no man must
plough, or raise anything, upon which to nib
ei.st. He will furiiLh a day's rations ahead.
Talk about despotism or tyranny! Tic li
tems aro mild by which to characteri.o the
nets of Lincoln's officials. Unable to whip
the llebels into submission, th-y would starve
them. But, thank jod, principle is eternal
and not pven tho demon hunger can drive
patriots into a submission worse than death.
Such orders will advance our cause, and, like
chickens, will come home, to roost.
. Various Items.
Kpsom. lalts urc now manufactured at South
Newport, Mcintosh county, Ga.
At a public meeting recently held in Macon,
Ga., it was revived to hold all persons as en
emies of this Confederacy, who shall by any
means depreciate Confederate currency, or
sh.dl refuse to receive it in payment of debts.
The North Al.tbamian says Col. Chadick, of
Iluutsville, is in TtiMHinibia, under orders from
Invasion from Meiico.
The Brownsville (Texas) Flag, of the
2d inst., has somo accounts ot an inva
sion or our soil by Mexican banditti.
During tho latter part of December
several bands crossed over, and coin
milted various depredations.
A liartv crossed over from Guerrero
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on tho -.Uh ot '.November arid 6toio iu
horses and 5d cattle in Zapata count'.
l'hey wore subsequently arrested by
the GoUTnor, for the purpose of organizing . tltf '(;ovcnior 0i' Tamaulipas, but CS-
companies ot Mate Guards, tor the local uo
( nso of North Alabama.
About the middle of December a
train ot supplies for Kingpold barracks
wr.s attached at .Saledad" Jtancho. The
Gen. Jorcan has issued a call on the plant
ers of South Carolina, for Olio ne'T ic. wiih
-j.a.le; and .diovcls, to work on the deiun.es of i party was surprised and mado but
"We heard this grapevine news the other day,
but it went in one ear and out the other. We
had heard the same tain ever since the com
mencement of tin war. Still a great many
Ask us about it, and wo therefore inform the
credulous that John If. Morgan was in Mc
Minnville, walking with his lovely wife, nuice
the report of his capture- by tho Yankees.
Morgan is all right.
Cq)" "Vc have reliahki information that loo;!
rebel cavalry, morn or less, nre bound for
somewhere, arid we caution the Yankees to get
out of tho way, elan sonii of them will be
caught at their trade of pilfering and outrage.
"Wc give them good warning. These rebel
cavalry are mighty bad fellows. What right
have they to be trying to protect their homes
from dishonor their families and li resides'.'
"What right have they to resist tho will of
Honest Abo and his patriot ie proclamations,
which savor of tho blackness of the infernal
regions? Tut! tut! Esjuao us. Wo had to
spoil our irony by riming into tho truth, so
CjeJ-'Wo had fun pleasure on yc.-torday of
meeting in our town with the lion. IS. L.
Kidley, a princo of politeness, easy manners,
intellectuality, legal lore, and. Southern pat
riotism. Valhndigham, in a recent speech, de
clared that ho waa born i". Ohio, and i.i wholly
of Southern nncciLrj, with a roa of fcvotch
An order has been issued at Charleston, t-
tho effect that no vessels entering the port at
night from abroad, will be allowed to pass
Fort Sumter or Moultrie urtil daylight.
The Iloii-ton (Texan) Telegraph is credibly
informed that two of the Yankee steamers en
gaged in the battlo of (ialve.-ton, sunk after
they got out to sea. (Jut of the seven steamers
cn',r:i';cd, one va- captured and three destroyed,
leaving but three that g'l oil'.
Com. Hell warns all vessels of the fact that
he It :i s ro-o.-tabli-hed t'm Yankee blockiJ.! at
On the Mth inst., $!0,0(!0 iu bills on Geor
gia, South Carolina. Alabama, eti, hunks, sold
in .Memphis at '.to cents. Another lot ef .?luOO
rent oil' at 0" cents.
A .-oleum requiem mass was celebrated at
the Calhedral in Nashville, on tie; 'J?!;h lilt.,
for the repose of the .-.'ills kill, d on both .-ides
little resistance. They wero all killed
and the train robbed.
About tho same time, Cnpt. Bene
vides company was attacked in Zapata
county and all their horses stampeded.
Another party of L'OO captured and
htir.!,' Isidor Vella, chiel'justico of Za
pata county. It is estimated that
from oOM tooOO Mexicans Inivo been
ortihi.'il fur tlio purposo of plundering-
our frontier, and that these offen
sive measures have been taken under
tiie knowledge and approval of tho
Mexican authorities. Tho ammunition
for theve raids was procured at Mata
moras. The banditi, at last accounts,
were still on tho Texas side of tho riv
er, and it is said some of them are un
der the U.S. ilap-. .Prompt measures
have ln'cn taken to disperse and pun
is!i the i-ddiers. A portion of tho sto
len pivperiy had been discovered at
Saled:ui, and suiainiy venur.ce vis
ited upon those in whose hands it was
We l.iok with interest for further ac
oon n t s. rcti'i'l.wj ( r..).'.r;'f s.s', tk.
At a meeting of citizens of Orange county,
N Y., n theJTih nit., a resolution was offered
to repudiate tiie lo,l)',K) d,;,t contracted in
bounties for volunteer?..
The number of men drafted in Bucks county,
l'n., was one thoii-aii l i hundred and nine
teen. Four hundred mid lii'ty-niic wire re
ject'.'d, and two hundf'-d and furty-six have
not reported f. r out v.
The New 0,!e;,i,s I'ie.vmie ,,f t!'.- 1st s'nte- I Or( ov PdwrWoh fesT fi-ll
that Kb. Oi'Mele -elviee. ,,f diinuarv -::!d say I A , i,,,,,,. tw i.ltt.rit L.verSlL
that the Fri heh ha.! not o.cupic.J .M.amuora". Villi v ATCil, or an extra line Full Jeweled
In Ireland there i- extreme poverty and a
OX SAT I" !I).V Y, the 1'Sth inst.. I will
sell ut. !u'y re.-i.leiico, iii iiu he-ter, all my
ilotischoid ttiid Kiichen Ftu niture, to the high-e-t
hi?, del'. Terms cash.
ivb'o-i.- j. k. -wiiim
he di.itress w:
first eiin lie
CtiLl) WATCH, for sale. Th.j
the latter at 3o.
Tic owie'r wisie s to Sell bit, one of lllPlll, lltld
will viv the pnretuisiu' the ihoii'o. Annlv at
- I ti.i i ..;;, e. fehJn-W
Ilarpr' W'eeklv i.r tb.o current week, j -say
the Kenieeky Yeoaian. ti.e, the IWi-j CZEEEY'S IJU11SSHIES,
dent u hard hit. .Mr. I.iiicdu i, repr.te,; j , , v Ti j ;; r()Ai), oj MILKS AVKST
as a t';--atried niMtoerer b.-fwre the i';.:i:g'i'-:. , OF V iN'v II hSTKU.
III.- atiixude i oii-e.jo i,i.; ; ;;lr crareine. 'L ;. j . .,f W.Vir TKKKS for
following is bis Hit! announcement : ; :,t iorne-r j rie- s. 'I in-y tro conthlontlv
.lAof.'W ,;,-',.i-" l.a.'iet ;,nd "entler.ieti ! 1 ''' 'I"1 eionracing the vcrv best iniaf-
A FINE YOUNG MULati ,
tho tpnng. Apply at thbogy
Now is llo fitiiij tolor
Southron varieties of FKUIT TIlES'T M
kind, il years old, large and fine fo, ,?
low prices. Alio, tvEEDLlNfJ -
ix.CiO, iui w pi-r uunarca, for t-rl al
win laKo any money tnat is riaiKi T" l 1
county. Call and seo for yourselves 1 1 1
fobi8-tf v.r' lr
O O JF1 j?1 B t?i
Wholesale an 3 Itetail Dealer !'
At Daniel's 014 Stand, -
XO. 13 WHITEHALL 8TX&j
ATLANTA, GEORGIA. r '
83- Any party that will send inq by
t .,, i i n 'oUten
I will send bv exnivv tan nnnnd.
Sugar and one pound fineKio Coffw, in n,
fabl-lm E. 31. EDWARDy,
Persons wishim? to soil finnn t..
IIOHSKS can dispose of thyn on reasoniku
aPP!'lnS to.iri- I'ALiIEK or Ci i
.UOUIlI'.. UL l.?.Ifll,l niFI i,ivj f Y . . I
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A NEGRO BUY OK MAM .
iti. to wait on an Officer in the ArmV I
highest price will be paid. For particnW I he
enouiro at this oltieo. ti, I
FORMS ON HANI) AT TIIE BULLlTI J
mCE, viz: 4, &. c, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 1J u
I regret, to s-iy tii::t til" tragedy e!iiitl"d ; in.
Alloy ft' the IV: mii.e." has been itlulvavn
"U i:e, o:,,,t of Oimrrels amon;;' tim Icauiiie
IVriorm. rs. mel L Inivo su'ioiituted three new
and .-irikin'4 I'lirces or Ie.ii le: (pie, ; one, enti
tle,; The lle-nl,..! at Viek.-blir;;." by ill,.
Weil kn e,vn po: tii;,r luVol'ilC. II. .M. Siin!oll,
17. 110. HI'. 2
Also. Mornincr Kerjorts for Tfonitia
air d j'av Koils. lesmiiitiv l.UtJ . 7
, . - r .-. .v.. uriiu-
lll.lv i Tinted on cuod nanur llth.. ui..l
pnuted to order. (0ki
PLEIfTY OF PAPER.
AT THE BULLETIN OtftflCB, for
prmung oi nu army lilank.
Horses and Buggy for SajiT
TIIItEKNO. 1 HORSES and fin. w-iit
HL(..Y for snlo. Apply at lh BuImm
hiiu or IVt ('oiniui..-ary. fcbt-tf
eso acpes opTand
oel I lie oMcrs. I lie .os- o the li ir.
net Lain','' and '-'i'he Evphdt-'. of tiie
la::ia." a very sweet vhiiiij in j'urce.-, I its
sur you-bv the. 'et ran Oom;,.cr, (iideon
iMe-oi i', n:t , t knov, n, ioi Uietaloe. niai'Uot-j
.ii?:. di.-i, ce; r ii;,,! ;',;r '.on',- heepiiij;.
T'itM.tei-s .isoi.ei bc;ir in Tniiitl that th" uuro
;iti!ti:iLt o'.;t l.,-,e quaritO ies of trees will te,r,
ic-'e, -?.;! j, 1',,. th,., i, ji ,rj:t::!'i: oveiifln .
T!,a; will .'il'--,'ejber depend upon tiio s,-!ectio.i
they .naUe. ui.d to s- 1,-,-t aright reouires a irre t
deal , l' p-;-i. a, e. We IniVO been planting
"' yeu. , :.;:; still find somethitii; 10
a siii of a re;iv tion in public seniitnent
Our trees !'' ju-r the rip,ht ao ami f r
p'.mti!;"; out vei-y bei.lthy. very vigorous, ai. I
erv ciii-ap. (.'ail and too them.
Illreet l It V,-.!,.,, T,..,n
against Lincoln that Harper turn?? his will f, Icj -tf (' t'lII'ITV
ii';a;!i-t him. The llanirrs luvc be;:n ihu I . ..
bloodiest of his todies. I O I .1. C-" J. .
The fill, tviriij named loen. hers of Tenrcssce
T'. .v- Tlim-W W, . I i, ,t. ,. i r, .1 1 H 'Ci'eents ami Companies who died in and
f,,., lln.Uow We.d lets retired from th, ,.; . 1;:.!,1,,i v , l.o ,.,..., ,ei,;..t, .k..
editorial chair of the Albany Even in;; JoUr-1 le-d repr v-ei, tat ices can secure upon preserita
nal, where In- has nre.dded for thirrv-threo ! 1'"" "t l i 'ocr evidence to Cant. l!LAUENUE
years out of the flfly-threc of hi: cotinectiotr! Ali,!!l''1.'1.'' .A.s-"it't!l,lt uartermaater, Kich-
Jones. A. IL
L-ddv, A. .1.
wilii the press. In his aledictory le r-ays:
lint we have, fallen mam ftvil times. Our
country is in inmiedi::!,, ur d immim-iH lan?i r.
1 dilier widely with my pnrtv about the best
iu,ins of i-rudiiii:; lle-'rehelliuH. That dill'er
"tice is radi.'al and irreconcilable. 1 can
nei her itiipre-..; others with my views nor sur
render rnv own solemn convictions. The
alternative f livmtr in sHf, with timse m 'nom
1 have esteemed, or vyithdrawiii";, is presented.
1 have not bivitated iu ch.-iin' tiie imth of
1iet.ee i the - t !i i ,1' ,1 e 1 , 1.'. . . ... l. . .1 :
' . . x ' . " 1 oo.-i, who inner i in ,k t, .... w;..u.. 4- - r. ?
Willi m j,re ri,;ht. and tl'.e ,.; nt;-v I . " 1 " 1111 11 'cnncr uns
i v?..i. on,: giuuun; uicnuru. biaoir, Kliea-
cn vie, uttaciicd. Apnlv at this office.
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All-ti. .M. M.
Dowi in-'. J. F. Kol', rs. J. T.
(iaskey, (i. Jteedon. Lewi
Holmes, Uohrrt Snndors, J. 11.
Scarborough, Uob't H
Iliebmond, Va.. leeeiuber 0, I8o2.
lie.J;"Ti.nne.-.-ee papers copy. febl.tf
HOUSE TOR RENT.
A COMEOUTAI5LE DWELLING IN
.-ah iy UiroiiLh lis prcent struge M uy
well, and " iiob.'-!y loiil."
W).,. 'I'll-! Knoxvillo Register savs: Several
of our youii men of this pb,co and vicim'tv,
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woo nan exemption.-, Have lately a!.;mi.loned
W. J. S latter
their occupation on the peace .stal i:,!imet )n$?-?Su'Ty f.; pSRSTSP
and joined i he army. This example i, worthy 'VZS W rilcBIB &Wj
of i,nIt:lti,;!J: ' j Winchester. Tenncc-,
,e.y I no .- Mil Mil Lonleileraey s,iy,; g,).ap
live hundred citizens from Norlheas-.t r.f,
-'. V&L i - A11 1in(ls of blank j.
nr uk! use ot tne ui
I WISH TO SELL MY DESIRABLE
I'urin tv,v n.ilea Horn Winchener and na
qnartor from iVherd. Lelcn-ccv.-A.' t,
e otyoi inchrnter j Jowph Curtsr, Dwksrij
A. J. it tow. ii, ttin.Hj,ria;.i.
Jan. -im. c. R, EjIBRT.
THL t-SDEKSlGNKD flA3 JCaf s
TE:-. KD a u.r. in Wmchwter nasi lattifa
keep it buppiied with as pennd tm emrmmi
j jatnity yrocerin as th aurketo tbti
I havo nov ob hand
WAX TAPERS, &Q.,k9,
all of which will be sold at a ruj BJeatf
advance upon cost. All kiadi f
produce wanted, for which th hlgatst jwm
will be paid in cash or goods.
Jan. 2!Uh. dtf "VY. C.
POTATOES ! !
at T. J. Denson's store In "Tf iaehwtes.
Dec, 14, 1862 dtf.
HORSE FOR SALE.
A six year old deep sorrel; lopea finely
can be had for $150. Apply at the Hull"
office. r ' (el7-tf '
have arrived at that place and enrolled their I l,rint,'a f '"'"iV5 nn b"tlone in the ( or
names as volunteers in the Conf derate service, ! Sjf, ''' U f fine Colortd inks
and that the arrivals still continue daily.
-,'?" The EriT.cii journal:, are r.ot permit
ted to x-i full details as to the condition of
the. working classes in the manufacturing dis
triel.s. An attempt has bcvi made to solicit;
piivatT ail for tho hii'idred of tho'i?ir..b of
Trench operatives now almost starving, but it !
faiied alti brother.
on band. Orders promptly tilled.
IN ANY COLOR AND STYLE
ted at this ntlLo.i.
Neatly printed and for sola at th 151? L
I LETIN OFPICE. i-H
ON THE 12TH DAY OF MABCH III
I will sell at tho Court House. In' Winch
an me reai estate of the late John inigov
Franklin county. Sold hr irtua of a dwt
of trust executed to me. Part cwbwl p,i,t
credit. The Farm is a desirable one. ,-:
, , JOHN yBIZZELL,
Splendid Chewing Tobacco.
TO BE HAD AT DANIBL'iBBAZl"
TON'S Stere in Wiaeheater. "
Nov. 25 tf.
OFFICER'S PAY ACCOUNTS :
ON HANDAIJT) tOl lAfE AT TKf '
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