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Hill ItflltiM ' We learn, with regret, tlut the Post
H Ul '5Ul iPurifcon at this iointwiIl Wvo in a fow day
Tr:;ir:.'r" : -' ...t::rr - ! for another portion of tho Confederacy.
BY G.VW.VWAY & SLATTEK. In the person of Dr D. A. Li.vtuk.-cm we
. L liAWlrtAV. H'. J.,StTfLr.. . jmve ever fuimj tha true Kentucky gentleman,
' rip - scholar, polished physiciui ami devoted
I II Ij lit. Ml 1 ; , j ,.,.,,..,.,.,.;,, .,.,.. ...tl:.rn In-
Thursday Morning. Fcb'y 26th. ' stituli-"13 lin(1 :",uth,rn Rivalry, since his
. j sojourn hero he has won for himself a name
worthy of emulation. His absence will be a
source of muen regret by a numerous class of
A FINE YOUNG M ULl 55 year old in
the i-pring. Apply at this office. fel20-tf
w . i .- 1 , .... IT.. r -J I . . . .
villo, Ala., on Tuesday, who brings news of i
courier having reached that place, with intel
licence to the effect that a number of transports
had arrived at Florence, Ala., on tho Tonnes
see rivur, proteetod by oiiu or more gunboats
Wo were in hopes that the it. formation ha'l
been received from some straggling cavalry
soldier, who l a 1 wandered away from hi
command, and was scare J off in this direction
by some recruiting ollic.ur in search of strag
glers, with this extraordinary denouement, bu
from au investigation of tho matter, we are
inclined to the belief that some reliance maj
bo placed upon the report.
We do not, however, apprehend any great;
danger in this new movement of tin enemy,
as wc assorted in yesterday's issue.
It may be only a feint t draw our attention
from tho front, and we know that the only ob
ject which could induce a move of that i.ind
would be to reach Iluntsville, and then St"
venson, to cut off our communication with
Chattanooga, which they cannot accomplish
without being able to come ovnr Mu-sei Shoals
and reach Decatur a thing very improbable.
Tnere is nothing of importance transpiring
in our front. A flair. r-main in xtafn ;m, but
attributo the calm tj that quiet which a' ways
reigns previous to the storm of a great Laitlo.
- . . . . . .
Ia conn I'pi 'ii'v of t hride ori the Nashville
and Chattanooga llailroad helm: wa'hed
away r-.ear Chat tanon ;i, w s'nll probably be
unable to g t a lot of p-isvr now lying at the
last nam id pl.tee fir u', though W" feel in
sured tli.it if th' p-i!iti S-ip-r'nt'ci !"iit. Col.
E. W. i'ni.r., I'll: nin.'.g" t g t it over h"
Will 'to MO. (Mr .up;.ly ? p;:j
lov in tho Tiino to llaiit
Wo have a large lot of Southron grown and
Southron varieties of FEU IT THEES of every
kind, it war old. large and lines for sale at
low prieis. Also, SEEDLING PKACH
TKEES, for Jo per hundred, for which u
will take any money tnat is passable iu tho
countv. Cull and sen for Yourselves.
S. W. HOUGHTON & CO.,
G IP IP US 3E3
S U G A 11 .
1Z. M. EDWAKDY,
Wholesa'o and Eetail Dealer in
A N D
At Daniel's Old Stand,
XO. 13 WHITEHALL STREET,
Hf, Any party that will send mo bv e-
i press a tack of ound and good Irish Potatoes,
jt v. ilbsi'iid by express ten pounds light brown
iSiinar and one pound line Kio Coffee, in a now
tVblT-lm E. M. EDWARDT.
Tersons wishing to sell GOOD DRAFT
IlOKSt-.S can di-pos,; of them on reasonable
l"rni.- t'.v appiying;.. Maj. PALMER or Capk.
MOOitK. at Lstrile Sj.riiis. I'ubl7-Iw
A N lit! R! ) 1:V OR MAN, of good qual
ities, to wait on i.n J.'lieer in the Army. The
higlnvt pi i. e will bo paid. For j.art'ohir
empiire at this ctiicc. l'ub'lT tf
Fi:tso.N HAND A 1 THE Ul'LLKTIN
('r'l'il'i;. vi:'.: 1. o, 7, 8, 'J, iu, U, jj, U
1 V, '. , 'SA, "J 1.
State of Tennessee, IVanu
II. It. Shores. Guardian, viTpfctot
Robertson. Petition "e,nfT 4
County Court, February Tcrtl .
It appearing to tho satisfaction ,tv
thftt llenrv J. Kobertson I. . "V'G
the State of Tennessee so tht .i "'V
process of law cannot be served .? ,tdi'J
made in the Daily Bulletin. . Vbllc'
lished in tho town of WinchesLT
consecui vo wccks requiring iaid ZH
to be and personally appear befor v i
shipful Countv Court, to K i,u . "Hi
ter on the 1st Monday of Mri,
and there to answer tKo petition,
ex parte as to him,
State of Tennessee, Franklin J
R. H. Knight and others vs. Allen SW 1
Wife and others. Petition to sellSW,11!
divide Land. w'"t'
County Court. February Termito
Tt appwiring to the Court that Josh,,.
looi!, win i. Aaair, JesseC.Adaii-j T"
Walker, John M. and Oma Adairi
residents of the Stato of Tennessee I Z
ordinary process of lawennn. L ' ""
them, it is therefore ordered bv tho.. t
have run out h i 1 it not
by which w; l"?t ah v.it
to us. Of course, a- on
tin ie very heavy acli day w
the matter sjou n pots'bl -. Fnti! we are
able to r.'Miim i the pubiii'iitMti of our paper,
we shall furnish telegram-!, if impor'.anl, on
slips, and gratis to th" suWcrihers.
B.3U The dark clouds are lowering, the
storm is e.idently approaching; every presen
timent and fc. ling but, ten Is t convince us
that the booming of cannon is soon to be hoard
by the denizens of Charleston, Savannah and
Mobile. The impious, dastardly villians of
tho North, with hearts as black as tho veriest
demon that gloats over the downfall of vi Mue
and religion, seem determined to satiate their
craven appetites, by arraying their multitude
of Ironclads against tho proud cities of the
South. Let them come with their huge levi
athans, villi all there hellish paraphernalia
let all the dogs of war be brought into requisi
tion, tha:.ksbn unto the God of Southern bat
tles, the immortal Ui:aurkiai'.d will be ready
for tho contest Like a mighty Ajax, he stands
before his people as tho Great I)ffod, r of the
Right, and he will teach the abominable inva
ders a lesson that will make them quako and
tremble. A second edition of Fort Sumter
will follow in the wake of the Charleston Bat
teries when they shall thunder forth their
licau-RKd Alivs to tho Pirates and Buccaneers
who faslely represent tho pretended mission
in which they are engaged, The genius of
that man who.?" Maxasas fame has spread
throughout the world, is duly appreciated by
the great vox pnpuli of the Southern sea-board
and the grand retinue of soldiers, citizens,
statesmen and christians who idolizo him for
his many virtues, daring chivalry and keen,
acknowledged supremacy in the great art of
war. In the beautiful language of that ripe
scholar, writer and poet, Mhtuell: Diplo
matize for us, then, ye bullets of Sumter !
Soothe our great North-west for us ye batte
ries of Beauregard.
When the storm shall have opened in all of
its wanton furywhen the lire-brands of des
, trueuon shall light up 'the milphnrious atmos
phere and the "rocket's red dare" blazon the
very elements on old ocean's strand, then will
the herons commanded by the great Beaure
gard rush to the rescue of thoir country and
their country's God. Victory will perch upon
our banners and the Abolition Roa-Constric-t-jTj
be hurled into the bosom of the mighty
and Pay Eo.l.
I'uii',- i rint'-.t
priiu'- l to o-irr
hi": K.'tior s for Hosiuu s. Mmw
Pesci-iptivi' LiN. X benuii-
n gooj paper. Utut-r Blank
PLENTY or PAPER,
AT TMK l'.CLI.ETIN 'OKI'lCtf, for ft
r-"t:i!g of all A riny Biaiiks. Ibl7
::orsc.3 and Euggy for Sals.
1 ii 1:1. i: .Ml. 1 UL'lI.I '.S (If,
1- 0 R
k , I W I S J I TO
iEallll IWM Hi i
Iquaitir !'rorn D'.-chrrd.
'd ' , ln'1"'-1': 'l h Carter. Decked;
;)A. J. Jias-oti. L.till Sprint's.
:1IJ- iir. C, K. EMDRT
SELL MY DKSIRABLt?
ii'oin iiu'lu-hter x.tii
eri-iiCfs A . S.
, i r L Til s- W
jj v n u I : ir
L NL'Kf:SIO' lv Ii 1.asi ir:wnk.
l -i c.. j.jj a stori m V inchester aed iaUa
&k:l'V 11 n"i"d with as general tm uw
4J J it grncd-irx as tit ra.. rkeu aSPrr.
Jj 1 have now cm liand
ON SATURDAY, th" 'JSth inn., I will
sell at my residence, in Winchester, all my
Household and Kitclu n Fuiniture, to the high
est bidiler. Terms cash.
feto!5-4t J. N. WHITE.
Gold or Silver "Watch for Sale.
A No. 1 Double Case Patent Lvr SIL
VER WATCH, or an extra line Full Jeweled
Double Case GOLD WATCH fi
I firsf iin io li.i.l ..f Cl')-, . ,1,., 1. ... .. . -.n..-
.....v.... u iue lauer ac co-o.
The owner wishes to sell bu , one of them, and
will give the purchaser the. choice. Apjdy at
this otlice. feb.o
ON THE BIG ROAD, 21 MILES WEST
OF WINCH LSTER.
A large quantity of FRUIT TREES for
sale at former prices. They are confidently
recommended as cm bracing tho verv best qual
ities of Fruit yet known, for the table, market
ing, distilling, eider and for long keeping.
Planters should bear in mind "that tloMnero
putting out lariro quantities of trees will not
necessarily give them a pmfitabie orchard.
That will altogether depend upon tho selection
they make, and to select aright requires u great
deal of eipericnce. We have been j.lautin-
for forty years, and still find something to
Our trees are just the rhiht n?o nnd s; en
planting out, very healthy, very vigorous,' and
very cheap. Call and tee them.
Direct P. O., Winchester, Tenn.
febtM-tf C. CHERRY.
WAX TAPERS, &0.&.,
all of which will be sold at a very m4era(
advance upon cost. fiT A II kinds or ctulry
ju-odiice wanted, for which the kighost prie
will be pa;d in ca;,h or goods.
Jaii'. jut h. dif " W. C. MUN50M
POTATOES ! n
at T. J. Dcnson's store in Vinchetui
Dec, 14, lSliU-dtf.
HORSE FOR SALE. T"
A six year old deep sorrel; lopes finely and
n be had lor SloO. Am,ly at tb Riiftri
Neatly printed and for sale at the BUL
t mi 11 !" 11 11A Y 0F MARCH NEXT,
I will sell ,.t the Court House, in Winchester,
all the real estate of the late John Knight, of
Franklin county. Sold bv virtue of a deed
ol t rust executed to me. 'Part cash and part
credit. 1 ho Farm is a devirahle one.
JOHN FRIZZ ELL,
publication be made in Dullv ftn...!
turner mil, lished in tl. .,....
( ,.f j ... ...v. ,uniJ u4 iVlDphiti
for tour consecutive weeks, reonirin, , J
residents to be -before the County CouTm
held at Winchester on tho ll vl
.March. 1803 to plead, answer or demu
petition, or tho saino will be talon r.
ksscd and set for hearing ex parte oitoL
JOHN fe. ENOCHS
State of Tennessee, Franklin t
Preston Hatchet vs. Wm. Ilutclietet.,,, p.
uuon to sen ttiaves.
County Court, February Term, m
Itaiqcinng to the Court that AV Si,
n; tt. Mary A.Mt Thos. V. Arnett&I
lining and husband, Samuel Ross and
Elizabeth, Felix Green. Edward ILa!
Hatchet, and John T. Green hrfnontu'
iieiu, 01 iue .11:1 1 01 i i-ntlessee, K Until,
o,. ,,,, .iwv 01 ia cannot l.e Mwdm,,
ineui: n is oraercd bv the Court th.t..i,iL
lion bvmad- in the Dailv Rulletin. Uit
per published in the to,i of U ml,,
11,1:1 conMeeuuve wcm-kn r.-nutrtKL' said mv.
lvsl- i-nts t., li.. 1,.. .,. . I, ...... l; . . ..
V.OHH. . , u jjK boter i.n tin
-u"l!,t:,y 1,1 -Uftreh. IS1'. r tin- bill
laaen mr con tosej, i,iK iur liean
parte as lo ihun.
JOHN G. ENOCHS.
Stats of Tennessee-Fran! Co,
l. A. -KKITJI. r.s. crM.MI.NS, tl ,.
On mot!,,!, of , , Mjdaint. aim it iqi.curii)jki
the .-Mtist':,i tioU of tbe t lei k Mid .Ma,, rikl
U.v.i's F. Cun jnii.s is a n.-n rc-Muit .f tkt
1,1 1 i'r,ncsee. so that urditturiui
. . r 1 ... ... 1 . . 1
11.-.' oi iu eiinjiu; nn .erve,l njioii Mm.
It is therefore crder. d tlmt liidilitnlion
inaiK- lor b,u rim.-milne weeks in v U
h tic. n papp" publitihed in the town nl :
'tie-ter. n-qu'ring s;.id iu.)i n-.-idei.t Mnfo.
t he and m i.ni.i.Pv ninrnr h, Uw tl.ctlwl
and Mii'te.i. on or before W'cdnwiluv iiftrr lb
Jurd .Mon.litv in Febii.nv mat. there mid tl.
i" pi'':ei. nnwer or c. n.t.r to u mpiaiiniU
petition, or tin. ,.aiiii! will be taken ler toafe
vu and set 1 r beai in ' onarte n tn liiui.
Jan. '-lm. H. E. E.ST1LL, C.aiidJI
State of Tennessee, Franklin Co.
F. A. Laughmiller. Adin'r. Lc. vs. C.
Ilandly. Petition to ,cllLund umiSIv.
In obedience to a decree of the County (out
of Franklin- cuunty, pronounced in the nbon
cause, I fhall, on tl'ie First Monday vf MtrA
i t at the (,'ourt House door, in the town f
Wint h"ster, procei d to sell to the l.iglMtbid'
der, on a credit of twelve months, taking 110W
and suHioient security, and retaining li
on the .same, the following Slaves, Land awt
To-wn Lots, to-wit: Alfred Dick, Betty andhff
two youngest children, Bulah and'Gcorp
Martha and her infant son, Marcus, f rmt
Florence and Sam. Tho biddings to com
nience'ns follows: Alfred, $00t; Diek, $1W
Eetty and two children, $1000; Marth in
son, Si 200; Marcus. $700; Frank, $5U0; Flor
ence, $:iol); Sam, $500.
The following Land and Town Lota: 0
Tract of Land in District No. 5, dcripti
given on day of sale, biddings to commenced
$1200. House and Lot in Salem, bidding
commence at $250. Store House in "WincL
ter. biddings to commence at $2000. Hoi
and Lot in Winchester, in which "V. C. Hand'
ly resided at the time of his death, bidding11
commence at $2o()0.
JOHN G. ENOCHS,
Splendid Chewing Tobacco.
JJJJ'J ll" AT DAMELjEPAZEL
iO.N b Murom inchorter.
ov. 2i tf.
rs0-?EA F0R 8AI'E AT THE
Daily ttullowii otU.
State of Tennessee-Franklin &
J. H. Young, et. ak, 1
Wm. M. Kusser, adm'r, et. als. J
County Court, January term, 1863.
pearing to the Court now in session that Ny
Eskridi'e and infant son .Tnhn. J. B. Morn;
Samuel W. Morris. Francis M. Morrill"4
Ma y J. jlorris, and Mary Murphy, areiK
residents of the State, so that the ordinary
Cess of law runnnt ho carvu nnnn theffli
thorefore ordered by the C ourt that public
tion be made in tho Daily Bulletin, a
paner published in the town of WincheM"!
for four consecutive weeks, requiring w'Bf"l!
residents to bo and personally flpier be,k,
the worshipful County Court. to be held at W
CJotirt . Hiiiicii in Winrhpctor Tot.n.. nn th
.T.wmtnj, ia rtuiitoi,, turn oum " .
i lpad, answer or demur to tho petition, on
same will be taken for confession, and
hearing ex parte as to them.
jan7-4w JOHN 6. ENOCHS, CW