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BY OANNAWAY & SLATTER.
H. L. (i.VVN-ANVAY. W. J. SLATTKR.
f i !i c h ester:
Tuesday Morning, Harch 10th.
YAVKf :: IJAi'.:u".n t. A letter w:r. revived
in J.y.i- hba.g Moril'.y, s:.ys the Virginian,
fr-.ru a r..;i":i'll-U lady in i-'au-iuier. st-ttin.-f
that :i l -.j.'au! i:i Georgetown, containing CtC
nogr j": afflicted with simui p'x. w:u burned
up a '!cv tw. fiticv. This sbm.-Ki.ig atlair,
li'.'rilc.tjd bv tin- Vilii!;""- t" aeeiden:. is not
credit-id. But h b.di. vi t have !?; the
rcv.'.'.t of a edd b!jO'!-u purp .. t.-r-xfrminate
t:t' negr.es un-l th-i ii-ea.' by the r-umiuary
b".t .vvruMe Je-iij:. of burning tho i.II .II
in which th-y w-r sti:'. tin g. It' th'n r-':-..rt
b.; true, and iVi'in th-' r-'-'.i'-.'f.tbl,' source ;Y"iu
wub.-h it i-'Uii-j L i v.v l.av- :y : -'i! to
doubt it, is probably tli..1. hi.it.-!.. def.l in th
!,,!. etc 1 !.l.i"!c cat.1.1..-; ic ... orwa.H . :' whi.-l.
lij.i V.'-ll rC'-'-s IlllVe b tli L"ti::.
Ihc lines "'i the U-'.itb "!' r.ti infant
vbu-it ; pt.l.ii-.di t'. day very pr.-fy, i.nd
w would be i i ! tn'i-ar i.'.Hiitir; i i i jut'ir
o!';..:, f.r w-' Live r.J t! ;.- i 1. i.l tl.t
j !".i.'U:v .:' I'U'.i: t i.:e:-:;u 1. ! .1 be:
CIl tSUt .'Vi' '. vi I II "I u ; .-."Ui I !l
cultivated luiud. J 1 r : r: 1 :i ;;iin e.mt. n
r 0 r. I r i ' ) 1 1 r ii; reg-tr-l t 'bit'tari v!i -ther
Jr. pro.- ni' v l-.-.'. (.) r -'u.-'i.. 1- to-f ll'u'.ti-'l to
a.li!.';! !!.. .';t!iy ui '..: "I- V.i:tt :;i:t o:.Iy ilit;r
i;it :i liiiiil. 'I n'.'i'ilj.'r .if 1 .-Hi-.
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tr.,; lMv. . vrr-K-.V- r.'.-.:t-.l f.t th.. Dop-.t
y ?:'.: 'I'lb. V but lb-ri r;,!i'.: ;.riuy V. .I-. f.illin
hi 'li; !. X ti'U... it i- v. c 'i't .i,' V. L.rt O1 !
llsy o:t!i.-r ;...lv:ui. ,,r i'.il L,.,. ;v, b- wi!l b;-a'.t-jn.b
d '.) I y (i-'ii. l'.iMi''i .b-tTilne 1 ur
r.iy. We '.('.. t'mt I V tv tiil.it; is working
fiddly. c tr t (.i;r iia'i:ii);i'i..:i fri.tn hii;ii
authority. Tb-: p'-opii of t! i s -".'tiuii nw
r.ot b-.' (ilni nvi. (;ti '.V'H'k, f.irrn :s, in.;.!.!;
lcavy r: :vp- nfcirri, ;..nl .v!ryt!iiti:c that it
r;..vj f i;- ;n;ci or bi ;.st.
abo'.u .'!).''iVi tr
it rt.ii:i'i- r..i:ifor.'Oil by
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ir..ir"'!'i .if :i r,.'.i t'i lr.ipn-ir
Negro Labor in the Army j
Th following Genei al Order explains itself j
Hp. Qrs. Dep't op thb Cumberland, 1
iluurr'.EEfliioKO, Tenx., Jan. 27, '63.
GENOAL ORDERS NO. 0.
The General commanding, desiring to in-cr-aM)
as fur a possible the eflective force of
this army, by returning to their regiment'
Rble-bodii'J men, now on detached service as
teamster, laborers, and ho.spititl attenaanti, ,
directs that their plftcf-s be supplied, as far as j
poi-ible, by the substitution of men hired tor ,
thi purpo.se. . I
T iwomplish this, the following directions I
arc iriveii. !
1. Citizei residing vith'.n or witnoui ine
limits of this department may bi employed
.in 1 paid by Quart' rmasters hs teamsters,
wa'.r-in-:nasters. and laborers, and by the Med
ical Department as hospital attendants.
If. Negroes may bo employed find paid, in
conformity with the Act of Congress, as
1 . As famstora on Quartermasters' trains,
provided a sufficient number of white team--t-r.s
a:i I wagon-masters are retained to ire-.e.-ve
2. As laborers in tbo Quartermaster and
Kniri.-i-er d. j.artmciit.
', A; cooks, nurses and attendants in hos-pi-.b:.
t Ascomouny cooks, two to a company.
.". A? ol'icer servants, according to the
n;:.b.T allo'ved by law.
('oioiiuui'b.'rs of corps, division, b igados
A'id ifidopeadent posts, arc authorized t pro-..:i.-e
and employ negroes as abovo:
1. l'r.iiu those found free and roaming at
'J. .-'"n iho.so belonging to masters serving
i; tan r-bvl uriny, or who hava been fin
j 1 .yd. in any manner, in the rebel service.
fj. Kmiii tiio.se" belonging to persons who,
th csgii 1.' t now serving in the rebel cause,
ars .1; doyal, or have children or other near
i-'-'iatives'tn tho rebel army, who are bene
fit!. "1 or maintained in tiio labor of such
Lastly, when it becomes an absolute neces
sity, IV.'ia among those belonging to loyal
m'.n. In this case, a copy ot the order diree-ti-ig
their employment, and a deseriptivo list
of per:,.;,s so employed, shall be given to the
waer. duiy authenticated by the commanding
:!i . er uf the troops in whose service they are
Th'. Commanding General enjoins great
eaiith-n in the employment of women, in any
c-a-- win re it might lead to immorality.
III. All persons so employed in each regi
ment. except those employed as 0 Seers' "r
va;if. will be entered on Quartermasters' roils
a. 1 "uorers or teamsters, stating their age, sex,
name of master or claimant, date of ernploy
m ot. ;.'id the lei gth of time employed; and
in tiie o lumn of "remarks" will be noted on
viint duty and by whom employed. Those
.'. -iplowd'by the Engineer. Quartermaster or
M.eii'. -al departments, will be entered on tr.eir
appropriate rolls, l hey will he provuled witl
;t:v ' I,,- iv re.
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, rloihinir. ti bo deducted from their pay, the
. m.Mt pr- j b-.tmi-- to be paid to the persons employed,
I. will a ! ! r.rie-s h-i belong to a loyal master, in which
..!.. c. ,,. j cs- r.ynvjnt will bp made to tho roaster.
. v '' Kv-ry negro thiisy employed will receive ft
4-)' A 1:1 ill i
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b. ..'a t-1'i..i::.
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arri ved ii. t...-vn
Vii'e. v'e are pi
oni'ivi!. '. z I be:
T'ui'ito from his employer, setting forth
jtae ! i.t. and nature of his employment, nnd
.1. in-.)'. or female negro will remain in
i-V,' :i-nii '-j ,.,lino or be subsisted therein, without such
'. i' t!oa!'..:- j oate.
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. , iLriotors of corns, divisions, brigades, and
, are directed to suosutute nircu labor as
t '.nr a; practicable, for that of detailed men,
it nc ! ar ordered to return all soldiers now per-
1 1 .-rv.ng Hiich duty to their regiments as fast as
j t'.i' ir j laces can bo supplied.
Hv command ot
C. G idrard, A. A. G. and Chief of Staff.
SaS"A Nassau correspondedt of the Charles
ton Courier, says n new attempt at flying is
exciting some attention in Paris. An inge
nious inventor has perfected an apparatus by
which he says the speed of the sparrow may
bo attained in the air, and ho promises soon to
prove tho truth of his assertion. Another in
ventor has revived tho project of laying on
music to houses by means of electricity. "With
the help of wires, such as aro used for tne
electric telegraph, he promises to cause a piano
in St Petersburg to play the same tune that is
being played on another piano in Paris or
London. One Mr. J'nber has invented a re
markable automatonf It sings the National
British air, "God Have the Queen," words
and music. It speaks tho more difficult word3
with rather an unearthly sound, and is tho
result, of years of patient labor guided by great
"A Wivdfai.1.. A poor carpenter, named
Cyrus Holmes, living in Plattsburg, Ohio, has
lately fallen heir to a property in Westchester
county, N. Y., valued at $214,000.
Died, on the 2-d inst., little James Trigo,
aged one year and nine months, only sou of
Dr. James and Jennie Porter.
Never were parents called upon to make a
greater sac ri flee than were his. Weep they
must, and otl'er upon the shrine of memory
bitUT tears." Cut their grh-.f is dispelled by
Faith, which tells them, in unmistakable lan
guage, that he is now an angd in heaven.
Again, there is a sadd'ne i group,
Another mourning home;
Another li'.tle dow'ret tied
Reyond the starry dome.
Kre sin had breathed its blighting breath
Upon his youthful brow,
lie left this earth of woo and tears,
And be is happy now.
How sad to think thut Azriel
Is busy every hour,
And whn Death chooses which to take,
He culls the sweetest flower.
Those bright black eyes are tearless now,
And oh ! a heavenly ;mile
Plays 'round those little rosebud lips,
So pure and free from guile.
Fehrcaky 2.r, 1800.
During my absence TIIOS. J. JACKSON
will act as my agent, in collecting and paying
out my debts. All who are indebted to me
will please call and settle tt the earliest con-
AEKANS AS LANDS POfiiit
SEVERAL SECTIONS OF ARVi
LANDS, within a few hours ride 1 of r 8
can be bought very low for ConfedoS
or Bonds. Lnuuire t. th;
A SET OF DOUBLE HARNESS iv
TONGUE for sale on low terms ,8
the Tim to Pi '
We have a larert lot of South r.
ieties of 1'KIMT t riV?"
L-inr). ii vi'ftps f.1.1 luruu or,,l i... ,. 'e
Southron varieties 1
A. G. CLOfTON.
I'.pnaway from the subscriber, about the 2d
of March, a BIUGIII' 2d U LAI TO GIRL,
aged about twenty years. She can wrilo very
well, and may write herself passes. The
above reward will be given for her apprehen
sion. A. M. K1KTII,
mrl0-3t Winchester, Tenn.
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V ourca.iJr r.i.d the :o n.v.
:y 1-. a!..u.;
1 Iriv.; hi:n
'::-' to ti'l
v.t r.tion to
.U "at a:l
rtf i: HiUvYs
vh. t he is
: i "ii; v. uing
a r:'. .r'.ant
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a.-! .-.;i"t of the
Eru The IV.er b..igi. i'i
a dc-i.e J . U .' '' .-S. 1 '.;! We. li ;
3io.-t l"."tn til.il c'irr.., t, r have
an 1 the j. tie!.. 1 ;!,,! r.i ", on hand, and f.r
sab;, ;i f( i.i.:i,.!y .'.i.;;i..i..'ii; to.-appl , d'.ina. ids,
from N". 'J upward In l:r:n an.1, finish th:;a
thot ,r .pro, icli the p riVciort of ti. . .a.lwbratc.1
Iv'Utim r: ,-l.i.ct.
r:t?Thi.!i'irc!i bells chime i la-t Sabbfith.
Thrt pe.ip't! pttciided divine si r, ir-, and many
fiurv.i r-l p: a .'er w -tit up to h-aveu in behalf
ot' t:ie (.' iii'.'.'.-'aev. ,,','e heard a very inter
esti.ig s-raioa dcit vrnv1. by P.-irsor Bone, of
the l'umle.rbui'1 l'leso . leriau Church.
A goi';1 can l' vi.r.ity informed uj
y :s'..'M.iy t:i it a timber of iic.gr.'-: aro laav-
::g I.Ia'.try cctnty for thi Yankee lines every
-i iy Tlu-. d la ! d wratjaes n -om determined
h.ico:ij :'..: "ini'.v.-rr. at vo.'.l and dr.iwurs
i1 v.v;r" 6r t-.!ir Abilltior. brcthrou.
;ZJ Xia-J sol's, ra'illow rays of tho sua yes
V.rlsy, aud tb- f 1'iar, blue sky, made every
thing app.wr ra i.it beautiful. We hope that
the g jo t s a s..n has set i.i.
Th..Vo..f.'i.-:- i,i':ra-i M-mrr for
Fetru.ir" ii b:.'" ;t. u3. It i-a iar.lt.tl uuuiber.
JId. Qr's. Dep't ok the Cumberland,
M crfreesboro. j
GENERAL ORDER NO. 4.
TV.'; vi moral commanding, after a carfful
.xar.ii:...tion of the testimony abducted before
!'.;.' t.'-urt, of Inquiry, is of opinion that tho
d feat ( f our forces, under Brigadinr General
T J. Crittenden, at Murfreesboro, w s chiefly
owin:c t the withdrawal of picket guards from
the roads leading to the town, during t: e night,
an I to th ' separation of the forces at tho post ;
tii i1 the post was taken by surpriso and the
fores overpowered by boing attacked in detail,
ail of which would have been provided against
had the timely orders of Goneral Crittenden
been obuyed. Bv command of
Maj. Gen. ROSECRANS.
C. OoDDAnD, Assistant Adj't Gon. and
Chief of Staff.
BsSty" After all the reports and rumors we
h:ivc had of Hooker's army "changing its
base," it is now believed that tho bulk and
;tr ngth of its forces aroyot above Fredericks
h irg. It has been ascertained that material
subtraction has been made from the army ope
rating there, and that, with tho exception of
lo.ooi) men sent to some unknown point tho
Yankee force is quite as strong and formidable
in numbers as it has ever been. This gives a
now fieo to the situation about Fredericksburg,
and will again make that old borough the cen
tre of interest. Richmond Examintr, 2d.
Bgi. The Southern Illustrated News in get
ting to be equal to any paper of the kind is
suod anywhere, We wish it unbounded suc
cess; it is deserving of patronage.
K Bonds of the Alabama and Mississippi
Rivers Railroad were Bold in Selma Wednes
day, at from twenty to twenty-five per cent,
Office of Commandant of Conscripts.
Knoxvills. March 3d, 1SG3.
Enrolling Otiioers will not turn over to offi
cers from the army in recruiting service any
conscripts collected at the place of rendezvous
when a county is called out. nor will thry turn
over to such officers any c r.tcripts bich they
may, at any time, arrest, but will send all such
men to the Camp of Instruction, to be distrib
uted among the diti'orcnt regiments
Enrolling Officers are further directed not
to respect any certificates of employment in
the Nitre service from Captain T. j. Finnic,
bearing date subsequent to tha 10th of .Janua
ry, lSii'J. All persons employed in said service
since the 10th of January muat have regular
detail papers trom this office.
15v order of
LT. COL. E. D. BLAKE.
Commandant of .Conscripts.
T. S. Webb, Adjt. mh(3-3w
Interesting from Jackson's Corps
1VEATRIM0NY. THREE YOUNG GENTLEMEN WHO
are all good looking, intelligent and refined,
and tried soldiers of Jackson's army, are de
sirous of commencing a correspondence with
any young ladie3 who may have a view to
matrimony after the adjustment of existing
difficulties. Of course the young ladies are
expected to possess similar qualifications.
J. M. JORDAN.
F. M. MORGAN.
J. B. MARSHALL.
Guinea Station, Co. "B", 1st Tenn., Va.
Planters, look to your hog-pens. A
listhiguished authority says "the pen is migh
tier than tho gword."
WWIi&mM Master. Tcbbcsm"
All kinds of blank t
low prices. Also, SEEDLING Vvi
TREKS, tor S.rj nor hon....l r . MC
, , r . 4 v v, tyK.l
will tako any money tnat is passBbU
county. Call and see lor vour'lvu 6
S. W. HOUGHTON &'co
ON THE 12TH DAY OF MARcBvpt
I will sell ut the Court House, in Win? il ,
all the real estate of tho late John Kni.r
Franklin county. Sold by virtue of f) '
of trust executed to me. "Part ctuh iii
crediu Tha Farm is a desirublo one '
FOR SALE? "
TTf (lT'Tin-n.i .
inr. nuuoL'iUKEK HAS A K0 to
J ACK that he will sell on reasonable
lhe Jack will be seven years old next sup
and is large and well made. Sired by Mi?
M'trch 4 VM. C, LIPSCOMB
Splendid Chewine: Tobai
TON S Stwre m inch ester.
.Nov. to tf.
A NEGRO BOY OR MAN, of Mod J
Ub' t:1 Whit nn an .'1 .. S t . . I"l
,w w,. .... vuua ui mis rinv l
highest orico will hp r.uir? t'.-. . . .1
riiquire a; mis omcc. fobll-t'
1 " On in .... n.i .i ' "'
II, -U, ml , .0, .
Also, Morning Report for Host hah, jfo
nnu uy r.oiis. icrintive I. x v.. i
., , , - . ' r . U.
luiiy nnted on good paper. Othtfr
pruitea m order. fl
ON THE BIG ROAD. 2 MILL'S Sl
V iCH tSTEK.
A large quantity of FRUIT TKl'L
sale at former rinces. Thev iw m.r.wA
recoininci.ded as embracing thu vpkUi
Hies of Fruit yet known, fur the tslile, nm:.
mg, nistunnir. cider and tor lour kwi.imr
1'lai.U.rs should bear in mind "tint 'the ti
ruttii.t; .'Ut hvrce nuantities of u-m u:i
neceariiv irive them u i.rttltch! nt.h
That will ait'v ether dener.fi uvor, thum-iit:
they niak", end to select aright rtHjuirei u
deal of experience. Vl ha been p'.itil
for forty years, und still iii.d senmiLictl
Our trees ar' ju-t tho right age and:?'
p'ar.ting out very bralthj, very vigar.
very cii'-ap. .;ai! and f e them.
Direct r. O., Wihchw.er. 'l inn.
Late Lantdon & t herrr.
feb2'i lm t.f Na-ivii;
O O jF9 JP JU M
S UGA li
K. M. KlM'AlfI)V
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
A N D
At Daniel's ld riuud,
SO. 13 WHITEHALL SUB
CQu Any party that will send mc tj
press a s-'ack of sound and iruod Irish IV
(the .sack of potatoes t weigh sevenivp
l wm send by express U-n ni unds iigD' c
Sugar and one pound fine Rio t'otiie,
febl7-lm E. M. EDW.lf.Il
i"r uia use oi tne a)
my printed 9.3 neatly as can be dono in tho ( or
fodcraey. A good lot of fine colored inks an('
on hand. Orders promptly filled.
TIIK TTMU'iTjijTfivvn HAS JUS
PEN ED H str.ro in Winr.hi.ctM. nnd illttH
keep it supplied with as general an ojH
oj jamut groceries as the muriieti! sd"
I have now on hand
WAX TAPERS, iiCfcC'
m vl wuku win m sum , .
advance upon coet JS?" AH kiDd?9.
produce wanted, lor wnicn tae
in i . 1. j
win era pajii in casn or gooas.
Jul 2Vih. dtf W. C