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Yoc.vu IIusijanus. A young hui-j
BY OANNAWAY & BLATTER
S t. OANNAWAY. W. J. SLAT TICK
nregiad to see the indifference ! band'. Motion, aro bat in, the acorn : -iiltii? "iiu5??
- -.v hi puUi.a
ale in the town of Winchester on, SATUR
DAY 7th of March ina't., ar ihaj1 residence .,'r
m. r i Vic.!.!,.!.. ' v ul
--i--rr--; I with which uurpoonlo now treat tho 'state. Just a tno little' nt'onw ex-
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occasional cries of peace. The success pnutl m time into tlie stateij oau,- anu
of tho democratic party Nortli t!i t In birds of the hir fr-mo and sit upon
I . . . . ...l!..l..i.iitiLiiii..fiii.ljf ttu Ktii nnhnu
I.'OiCe r03OllltO:i! Ot UOIIIlCl'llCUl, OI Iw niiiun mi mug .numn . fc- ....v,..,
Illinois and Indiana, may result
AV i n o h r 8 t r :
Thursday Morning, March 5th.
ti t'hu undeveloped love of tho young
isome lilllo contusion among tho Van- husband will grow in due season to
kces, arid maybe revolution in earnest, ' luiler and larger proportions, and lit-
Then, is n-t much prospect of a light with
in the next three or four weeks, unless tho
wind should dry tho roads sooner than we an
ticipate, as it Is impossible to leave camps for
any distance over a mile without becoming
mired down even on horse lark, much loss t.
think of mv hg wagon trains and gun car
riages with their freight.
Our army seems to he perfectly contented at
present to remain quiet, und ready ut any mo
ment for tie coming conflict, but to all appear
ances seem to be resting on a firm footing or
permanent base, ns if they had no idea of ever
abandoning Middle Tennessee.
Tli little foray up tho Tcrtncsseo river is
looked upon as only n small raid of tho aboli
ti"iiisU, with a view to horao thieving and
destruction of agricultural implements, show
ing a dogged determination on the part of the
enemy to prevent us from making a crop by
Mauling our plough h.r-es, (the only kin l they
have left us) and a strong endeavor to prevent
us from making bread or raising earn to fe d
We have however a .-utlieiioit force of cav
alry scouts in that vicinity to prevent them
from saving their bacon, if they become too
bold in committing their depredations.
JieiJf Let every man, woman and child "t
home, says our contemporary of the Mobile
Register, "witli a yard square of ground,
writtch it and put it in corn. Kvery grain
carefully entrusted to the fruitful earth is a
mito of contribution to tho Nation's liberty.
Kvery acre of Cotton planted, is a comfort to
Dr- J. U NcCuteheon
March 4 dtd.
TH K SUBSCRIBER HAS A NO. 0K
JACK that he will bull on reasonable terim
x lie iiHi k mil nu suvcn Mrnrs um nexl SUnilHi.
.it,.. . , ii j .., - - '
but wo arc determined not to lay on lU choruhs will come to ne.tlo in his j eU.,nHdo- Kiml l
. i . i' ' . ti r -1 t.i t I n K.mt l I j L- n ana
our oars in anticipation oi it. hyiio,1JIi.ih,iu.wpumi..vv...
...Ill ..nnnr.t r-.r.ir.i irli.Ml if f'lTl ln ll.'l.l 1
idoed wo are! '"'tv csiiii j tvm uuinzuno vo
t1.i.,. :.:,. t!,.. V,.,ol, .to . lUKtr, ItHiiNU lit..MLUiii. n uu
on honorable terms; in
anxious for it. But tho cries of -inter
AVM. C. LIPSCOMB.
Now In tliw Time to 11 aut
Wc have a large lot of Southron grown and
Southron varieties of KP.U1T TltEKs of eve
kind, it venrs old, lame and fine, for gala ,
1 . J l.1 I. T I T V t . .
.succeed in neutralizing it not distroy
ing the power of Lincoln to i in pros.-
tho whole West into a a war of coiaa
tipation and butchery we hope tlo-y
may. The three million conscripts
which Lincoln's Cpnross hnvo pro
posed to raise, may not tamely submit.
HisMipprossion ot the freedom of speech
and of tho press, and of the habe.it cor
pus may result, in revolution, but upon
our own efforts wo will depend and the
justice of our cause.
The Press generally in the South are
calling upon our farmers to plant every
availably spot of ground in corn, and
we like the suggestion. Our producing
territory is much diminished by the
presence of the enemy, and the con
scription act having leit but a spursu
number ot laborers to cultivme the
ground, it behooves tinse left to jivc
close attention to the raising of corn.
Corn is mont, for with ut it ao cann t
fatten our hogs. Without it our c.iv
airy must be broken np. r her,,', j
neod it. The .aino witii regard to lio- j
our enemies, and a nail in the colli n of Con-j army generally, i ; 'i!1' m iy to.it ;t j
fwlerato independence." , we have con we :ie-d no. tear. ( oru ;
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JSr TWa Atlanta lutelligcncer navs, the
rreditof the Oovi.rnrn.-nt -Cotton Warrants" ! for be g'uii ! to o taXcl its ittin.-st
iii tho "drowjcit vtUw" we have yet had of; in the pro.lio t ion of ,. ) ,n j;--
the ronftdeiice of the merchantile da-sei in ! it will not b p-!i i if - I y r-iio 't.
Kngland in the future recognition of the hide-: 'oru, tt sordid, i.diutn.xn s uN wo.p.d
pondenee ,-.f the Southern Confederacy by oullivill., fiU,lls v lu, .pcoii'.aliou. v t
rrot Britain, and we receive it a.i a ,-ign to I
that effect, thougr, at the same time wu go in i oven with that view 'Mill otleiMihc
for "keeping our powder dry and being ever! u j Illiu,v,1K.llt,. pvul t ,.ai,(. in
.i ii i r . i ,? . i . 1 . I
do not affect Umuoh now. I ! ' of Jackso, amy ure j 'KKKS, for $5 per hSvlK
polcon ma v break tho biockado soon- j rou. of com.n,u.,i.,g a correspondence wi h . vil, tuku any m() tnRt i u
if bo noes hi him do ' V-ll'iivli.',rim m V,,n" w "J , I heVl uiirlJ nJ for youraelvoa. '
ii no uoes, le.i nan ao u. ..uaiKiig.i ", ,lllltr .nu,nv fter the adjuitment oi exuting IlOUf llTOV t en
Uri.rht und Olds of the West inav difficulties. Of course the young ladies are " ' c 1 .....r!
1 ll HS'-bL Ulkl'rVTI Bit
expectr d to possess himi'ur 4UaUlicatio:is.
.1. M. JUKHA,
F. M. MOUGA.N.
.J. Ii. MARSHALL,
(iuineu Station, Co. ", l.-t Tcnn.. Va.
V. .J. Sutler
AH Wnds of blan
"'" ft, the use of the i
my prinlcil n. neatly ns can l.edone in tlu;( oi
fed r: racy. A good lot of tine colored inks hfi(
on hand. Orders promptly filhd.
O T I O It .
''he following luiucd members of Tennessee
Regiments and (.'ompani's who died in and
around Richmond. Va., l"t't effect, which the
b'gul repr -sentati ves can secure upon premuta
tion of proper cvidniic to Capt. t'hARKN(JE
M0RF1T. As.-i-tant (inrterma.T, iiioh
iiiond. 'irginia :
Allen,' M. n. Jones, A. Ii.
Cornell. S. L-ddy. A. J.
Iiowning J. V. Rogers. ,1. T.
(fa-key, (I. Reedon Le.Avii
lloUil'-. Kobert S.i"ders J. II.
Seal boi on b. Rolj't 11.
Richmond. Va. iJfeeinl.er -0, nr,-J.
K;is"'T'-lll ' ' A,.'l copy.
O O 3F1 DF1 33 "EX
S UJGA It
"Wholesa'e and Retail Uealor in
A " D
At Daniel' ld Sund,
A' a 13 WUITKHALL STHKKV,
ftfHi Any party that will send me bv .
pn -. a . ack of sound and good Irish 1'outow
(the .-in k of potatoes to weigh seventy puundi)
I will semi by express ten pounds light brown
Sugar and one pound line Rio Cottee, in a sew1
nbl7-hu E. M. EDWAKDY.
A NEGRO ROY OR MAN. of jtod qwl.
itiei.. to wait on an Officer in thu Army. 1b
liighest price will be paid. For pirticulart
cn.joire at this wtlh e. f blT-Vf
t FORMS ON HAND A i 1 JI h lu LLKTI.l'
; Ol' i'ICK. viz: I, o. t , T, H, 'J, 0, IJ. IS, U
; 17. :o. ul.
Al-o, Mi.riui.g Rej.ortu forllorjital- ituiU
febiK and Pay lo.ls. i),Miipii,, .r. c bcmi.
; fully rinted imi ..i.t i me-r. Oilm Klnj
4 1 7
o-ij.mri.aisiiin.o ptlllted to .!, r.
'! .t ii-.: ...r,,a. PLENTY OF PAFLE,
MTTq-rPQ PHTTq " rP Tlll': bl Ll.h'l I N nFHti,. or iU
xllUOliiit. IkUljiiO, j .i-unn,g ..t Army bu.uU I,;
C-a.iMti.Mv vrrit-i'l aiol f.-ir .-alu.it tlie Ht! i
I.ETIN OI'-VICK. janl'l
i f'.r ,j
N""tlv ''.rinted an
it the IU I.
Newman's Rattamon -We acknnwledtri
the receipt of 2'J subscribers in this nobl
handof soldiers, whose extraordinary advance
ment in the drill wus remarked by all of our
citizens who visited their encampment when
stationed awhile in the vicinage of AVincht s
tr. The Battalion belongs now to Wood's
Brigade, and wu feel that if ever the.y get a
rhanca at tho enemv thev will cover them
selves with glory and give additional room
for their veteran commander to ha proud of
tham. Tho Battalion numbers, we understand,
about five hundred larger than most of the
abundance and our armies, our cimom, State of TcimeSSGC, Franklin CO
our bayonets und our skillful trt-nerals
Jwill bo of no avail, tor starvation will
bo the means by which the enemy will
subdue us. Hut plant corn and wo
can bid him defiance. Trust not the
syren song of peace let that cry not
seduce our planters in.to the production
ot any thing which would not aid us in
our efforts for incloToiiulctK C Indepen-
tn our advertisements will be found one
soliciting a correspondence with ?onw of the
fair 9ex with a view to the future welfare
and happiness of the subscribers. Odd as
may appoar the advertisement, we mint con
clude that tho three young gentl enen ar in
"dead earnest" for we served with them 1
months in "old Virginny." and are intimately
acipiaintei.! with them, and know them to be
truthful, high -minded men. and as such re
commend them to any Indies who.e romantic
ideas of lov-3 and m -imago my incline thm
to accept about the only method of courtship
left soldiers "in for the w vr.'-
Col. J. B; Palmer.
We observed this brave and affable officer
of thu lSth Tennessee walking out the ether
day. It will bo a source of joy to his many
frtands and the men of his command to know
that ho is so far recovered from the severe
w.mnds received in the battle before Murfrees
b'ro. fojy- Col. A. S. Mark", of the 17th Tennes
see, tho amputation of whose foot we have
jreviou-dy noticed as a consequence of his
wound received bef. re Murftwsboro, was
riding out tho other day, which argue? that,
the hopes of his mrsiy admirers that hn may
foinjrcoovef. wil! no realiy-'d.
B. U. Knight and ot'-: ! . A il.-n Siioi.k and
Wife ami oih. -r. lVtiti"ii -II Slaves aiel
di ide bale.!.
f'oiiaty Court i'ebruary 'i'enu, 1 Sf".:i.
If appearing t i t io'- 'ouft that Joshua W.
Bible, Viri T A l.tir. .)..,! C. Adair. Amanda
Valker, John M. and (Jim Adair, a:-i: tuoi
residents i f th Sta:.e of Ten n ..;,'!, so thatthi
ordinary process of buy cannot be. served upon t . , ;
tlcni. it is ;hei-i.f'o!-r. order' d bv the Court tin,, i ('HiAKS,
j THE I N f K l;s I G N K D II A S J i;fT 6
. 1'ENKDa st.ie in inchter und iDto4t
; yV it supjdifd rt ith n yn.rtl ttvriMt
I '' ',i .7 1 ifi -Mri-ir as th..-' in rkeU . fr.
, I have nov, ii Jij,d
i TOLA CO,
SM. I F,
publication be made in Daily Bulletin, a news- WAX TAPKRS it? A5.
paper pul li ;hed in ih. t..wn .,t Win. hc-.tcv, j all of which will be ld at' a rev mUt
denco tu-M, and then speculative plant- T' i ' be -. 1 " C a t - Com t , , "l T kd.fwr
lielil at Wincnester on the Is: Monday i 1 ! will be paid in eiedi or gowls.
March. 1S'; :. to plead, aiisvcr or .i..nmr to the j J..,n. 29. Ii. dtf ' W." C'-JJUNSOA'.'
petition, or ilii same will be taken for con-!
f-ssed and set for hearing ex part.' as to hiui. j HORSE FOR SALE.
Jini ti. t.NOCIlft. A nil viKr nlil rln .nr,al. 1,, s.Jv ;i
. -..- .'.'',, trl,n V tJLMVJ
. U. I 4- . OI.-. . . r. 'll
ing. Hut corn alone now will preserve
our army and bring indepcu leiice. The
first, is the basis oi tho record. Neglect
the first, and lose not only indepen
dence but our nationality, our freedom
and our property. Plant cvn.
.... l.,t 1 1 1' .1. . 1 r M
Hii uo nun lur JU'V. AI'DIT at Ifle IJUUtw
- i office f.h7-tf
A Highteoi's .) i niiMb.N r The ex
amination of dipt. James W. lFenUiy,
of Amherst, who shot iiioert A. Sta
ples at Farmville, on the 'JTlh of Jan
uary, commenced helore t!ie. county
court of Princ :' K hvard un .Monday
week, and was concluded on Wednes
day last. Tho accuse plead, in de
fence ot tho killing, tho seduction of
his wife by the. decease! while he was
absent in the service ot his country.
The evidence fuliv sustained the idea.
and the court unanimously decided that
the homicide was justalde, and dis
charged the, accused.
Hf?A. We had the pleasure of becoming
acquainted a few days since with Major 0. A.
Bradshaw, a gallant officer of the 4th Tennes
see Regiment, who wa.s here on a short visit
to his family. By the way, any persons in
the -kh who wish thu Bullntiu can subscribe
through tho Major, or Rev. A. Tribblo.
Already w; send about 70 to this regitrrnt,
but wr.uid lik? to increase the list.
State of Tennessee. Franklin fhv i
F. A. baugl.miiler, Adm'r, ilc. vs. C. R. j
Splendid Chewing Tobacco.
Ilandly. Petition to sell Land and Slaves. TO BE HAD AT DAMfiL jtfRAZtil'-
n obedience to a decree of the County Court I TDN"8 Stre i n Winchester,
of KranMin county, pronounced in the above ov- -' lt-
cause, 1 hhall. on the Pint ilunilay of March TTTTSPP Vc"TTTilTOTtS
nxt. at the Court House door, in the" town of i O-hKiiY 5 NURSERIEd,
Wiii.-bester, m-oeced to sell to the highest bid-i 0X THK l'Li RUAD, 2J MILES WKST
der, on a credit of twelvainontlis, takin" notes
i OF vVJ.NCHfcSTKR.
and suihcient security, and retaining 'a lien I A large quantity of FRUIT TREES f
on uie same, in
ie same, the following Slaves, Lund and I fale at lornmr j.rice. Thev are cuitiJentl;
n Lots, to-wit: Alfred Dick, Bettvand her , recommended as i-mbraeinrrthA virv Wtuusl-
two youngest ehildrm,- Bulah and" George; itii-a of Fruit yet knowa, for the table, nwi
ing. mstuung, cider and for long keeping-
Martha and her infant son. Marcus, l-'rnnl;
Klorenee and Sain. The bidding to ,,,m.
inence as tooows: , itivn, i,im): j)u.kt $j -jot ); j putting out larte Quantities of trees
iictty and two children. SlflO'h; Martha and ; necessarily give theui a vrtft table ore
son, uw; Alarciis. ((W; tranK, $000: Flor- That will altogether depend u'non the
('n,(:::' ; 'Si!in th,;.v anil to wWt ariEht require! a
i in.- coon in- j.ano iinu town l.ots: One ttcal oi
iracto! L-oul in Jistn. t No. o, dewri;,tion
given on day of sale, biddings to commence at
.? rjoo. IIotie and Lot in Sah-m, biddings to
commence nt i-jw. Store House in Winches
ter, biddings to commence at SJuQ;i, House
and Lot in Winche,!-:-. i which W. C Iland
ly resided at th- time of his death, liddingsto
commence at S-Jont!
JOHN G. ENOCHS.
BUGGY FOR SALE.
, A FIRST RATE CONCORD JlUGGY
witn harness fr sab,. Also two good bugg-y
porses, in fine order Applv' at this office. " "
Planters should bear in mind that the mr
experience. Ve have been planum
for forty yeur, and still find something W
Our trees are just tho right ago and siw
planting out, very healthy very vigorous. sw
very cheap. Call and tee them.
Direct 1 ()., Winchester. Tenn.
feb24-tf C. CHERRT.
"Gold or Silver Watch forlST
A No. 1 . Double Caso Fatent Lever 8D
VER WATCH, or an.cxtra fine Full JVW
Double. Case (JOLD' WATCH, for sale. T
first can b had at $12f; the latter at
The owner wisbee to sell bu. one of thero..:
will give the wiWmaaer the thoieei Aivty,
this offls. feb-iw