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"THE WILL OF A PEOPLE RESOLVED TO BE FREE IS LITTLE LESS THAN OMNIPOTENT."
WINCHESTER, TENN., JUNE 9, 1863.
NO. J 87
OllC ililtln aittllrfm atonH which ho' has received on ac-
count of his courage and abilitr. he
Vt "T7,w "'"""i aH " 1,1113 fllr neglected and" mis
v. .J. ijLAlJLK, Proprietor. : trea'cd. Wo uro ho'neful. however.
- ; that should he recover from the wounds
which ho received at Fredericksburg,
and bo ablo to take the field again, that
justice should bo done his patriotism
in his speedy promotion. This brig
adc, with all other Tonnesseeans, foe'
interested in Mm as the leading spirit
i eruiw :
l.fSO per 1110:1th,' it ms.84.
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Articles of much length, intended for miMi- p OJ i,,, ti ? .
cation, mtrst bo Landed in in the forenoon to 'j? h-f 08V .t,l h'lie3t,
insure publication next dav. . ( outer ot talent, of tried courage and
IS ales of Advertising.
ON AND AFTEIiFuiDAY THE loth of
this month, the terms of casual advertising in
the Daily Uulletin, will be as follows:
Fust Week Si. 00 a square each insertion.
Second Wecklb cents a square each insertion.
Third Week GO cents a square each insertion.
unshaken fidelity to tho cause, no one
could be selected for a position in tho
field or in the councils of the nation,
who would do more honor to tho State
or irood to tho country.
.11 1ST I IE.
On.. Si'KiutY While others
equalled by one of Lee's victories in
The President and Gen. Johnston
both visited Gen. V. in Deccmbor last.
They approved of his plans of defense
then I think they oto now. It is all
idle for tho people to give credence to,
and circulate the stories they bear
about our commanding generals.
Griorson, the robbor, denounced Pem
berton in his raid in Mississippi as a
traitor to our cause that they had
bought him np paid tho money, etc.
that Mississippi would soon bo de
livered up, Arc, iv,c. We haws sonic
TELEGMPI I 1 (
ASSOCIATED ?r.ES 1I"! AT ' 1 1 L -
from the ruo.vr.
All quiet in from. The Na
the Ctli stated tlial a lit It-1 for..;
sand attacked Franklin ye-''r
day. Result, uii known.
The Cincinnati Com;;.-.
SIlEi.BYVn.I.K, .l a,- -
Ulo I'l-e U
tu i t.ty ihi.ii
the following special iron VkkrJ.urt;. da
weak-minded people among us who i 20th : Spado-; arc-trump again. We are ere.
Fourth Week ?G cents a square each inscr- sue;gestin
K:nd M:nth-M the rate of $3 per month. wuiuiuuie-. ."'
'l.'-.ird av.l Eazh Xuccmhnrt Month-i the Governor at tho approaching election,
rate ot $-1 per square amcnth. ! permit us to present the name of Gen.
Advcrtir.etr.cnts inserted once, twice, or th?oc j S. K. ndersoii, latcof Xashville, now
tur.-s a wee-k, charged s new advertisements 1 a refugee, .sojourning at Athciis.
c;cn tune. .... - i i ,
". ,. intif ,..iii i . A 1 1 i . .i i ' ho vTcnera is a man (it en :t'cw
-o ncr cent will be added 1 1 the above r.iu- . . ... . ,. "...
lor Special Notices. . views, statesmanlike talents, fine mill-
' 10 lirca make, one square. No advertise-: tai'.V ability, and emineiktly a practical
ments less than 1 square. Advertisements that business man; just such a man as we
inako overdo lines and under 15 lines counted nmi to uj j0 tj,0 8,jp 0f state thronHi
as one and a halt squares. Advertisements , ti ,..;,,,, wtorm
that make over 15 lines and under 20 lines I 1 C ull"-l()I m
i'ountci as two squares. j He was nmoiig the first to oll'vi his
It will be a favor if ndvertiiers will please ; services to his country in tho late Mex-
mai-K on;tneir aaveitiM-nKnts the number ol ; j(.;m wa,.( through which he Served,!
squares iney wish mem io. occupy.
Obituarist, Editorial Xctias and (.'cmmviii
nations for individual btnelit, will be char-.r..
120 cents per line.
vive currency to such s unders, coming
from a highway robber, aa thoy do. 1
am sorry to say it. Soldiers in the ar
my, don't let such carping and fault
finding get a lodgment in your breast.
Act as tho crisis demands of you, like
the names of prominent i . . i t
. , . ,'. , , down every attempt to create a breach
between 3-011 and them ! I am satisfied
that Gen. l'omboi ton is doing every
thing ho can to defend our Stato and
river, and they must be do'cnde l at
every hazard ! He has as game offi
cers under him to lead you as over
drew a sword! Stand by each other,
nerve your arms for tho conflict and
you will yet fill the measure ot your
country's glory. Victory will perch on
your standard and we will be free !
in earth Work- to protect onr lu-.a'ul u i n i n
to blow the ,'V.ce out of tw "r.:nl:!. nt fort .
otherwise unapproachable. T1.!",ca of earn -hi
the place lv storm has been abandoned,
and the safer and surer plan rf sturvin V n
berton into submission favored evi'ry, h- re
Andy Johnson was ovatsd at Nafthville.
fiurnside i constructing a railroad, as a mil
itary necessity, from Xicholasville to Danville
Reliable information has been received ?
the suppression of two papers at Nashville.
NEAR WAETRACK, June 8.
An enthusiastic gathering in front of Haley's
Hotel to serenade Oen. Wash. Harrow to
night. His speech was earnest and pointed.
Crowd dispersed, and all quiet at time of wri'-ir.r.
with distinction to himself and to
,., ' service of she Government.-
So U.-.0 in our present-struggle
- - our mniiiiian and cruel eneinv, he was
The following communications - apixiintcd by o.ir present worthy in-1
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l-u Hi in: o 1,, u;iui en nciai ui tin.; run;
ifccs, a :osit.i. n which he filled with
I to the
wetale from th: Knoviile Kegistcr
t' Jitrvaj. !ti--(lliy I'roident )avis, and through
Among the many ira'.Kint hr'au . s aii t!io rigors, and .suilerings of a wititoi
which t(ic "jo'uute-r State'' has fur- c-inij'uign in tiie mountains of West
nifthed in defens. of our sttred rights j ern Virginia, ho toiled with his be
none deserve ui--.re honorable meat ion loved command, .sharing all their de
than this lone littlo band, commande.l privations and exiiourc?; until his
by Gen.' J J. Archer. i ii-.'tiUh failed and he was compelled to
'.It has partici atecl in almost every j rc-igu and retire again to jirivato life,
engagement, iVoti- West Point up to j services arc too va liable to be
ChanceUorsvillc, and has invariably j ,,t to the country at this critical
sustained the we'l deserved and liigh ! juncture. Lei us, then, call him to the
which !lu? sons ot 1 -Mines. : Gubernatorial chair. What,
pee achieved in the day of old Hickory.
In forced marches, nuntberof battles,
casualties, daring and brilliant achieve
ments, it can challenge comparison
with any other command in the ser
vice. ! Mississippian says :
The ravages of disease and the many "
.lcflZato enticements in which it has j Lt. Gen. Pemberton has of lute been
1CS . I?. ,::,v..,i utfl yoAnoM the subject of much harsh cnt.c.sm
SO colmh-uuu,.. - I , !1j(1;(IM ,v lhft pitizonS.
System of Apprenticeship Needed.
tlicj Annng other things ol relormatian
in our new order of things, thero is
no subject, which should receivo more
especial attention than the inaugura
tion Of pome healthful system of ap
prenticeship. If we are to be truly
independent, we must cducato and
train mechanics from tho youths of
the country'; and this education and
training can never be efficient and at
tain excellence tinder the present loose
system of apprenticeship which pre
vails at tht' South. There ought to be
established certain terms ot appren
ticeship, sufficient to make tho.s;e learn,
ing trades masters of thci" various
arts, instead of turning them out upon
the world jackleg workmen, who know
nothing ot what they profess.
In our own business, that 01 print
ing, wo do not lmd 0110
in five of all who travel masters of the
its number until only the skeleton of j ami aninuul version yiu 0 c . .e
its iovmer Btronirth remains. Un mo nue aim v
lvorv fi" d! from the swamps of the against turn, but m no tangible shape;
nhtLlomtnv to the wudUcss of; ttii. necessar; y beg, s d,s trust and
Rpottndvar.ia repose the bones of
fcnnosVceanfl who have fallen martyrs
to 'their country.' The graves of Hat
ton and Howard, Forbes and Shackel
ford, aro'yct fro'ah on the -soil of Vir.
ginia; 'and our State cap proudly
point to the&l and claim a- ebare in
tho sae'riScea'and "victories of this
army. Her tattered battle Sa' onj
faUc a place atid ponition aa hirb and
aa honorable as any that waved in the
hour ot -peril or victory over tbhlo'-'dy
fmldsof tho Old Dmi-iinn. vo
i,n t.icl.- frt thi! imnartial hi?
art. Most of them have acquired an
A correspondent ot too Jacksoft j ,vorkin a short while and then start".
ing out, in defiance of all obligations
t" their preceptors and their own best
interests, as journeymen imagining
that, as soon as they can sei up four
or five thousand ems of reprint, that
they are compotont workmen, and
must, therefore, in justice to themselves,
command the wages duo proficionts in
tli 0 art. Wo have been greatly annoy
ed by each workmen. In all candor,
wo boliova that the old English rule of
domandiug pay for locrnbg boys the
printer's trace, instead of paying them
for their indifferent services, ia a good
ono, and would bo tho means of torn
ing out a bettor and more intelligent
class of printers.
Wo have given our own trade as an
iilcatration of tho imperfection of tho
mechanic arts at tho South as imparted
r 1 nnniLsmess m LUC country, aim u w i
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Ifinctod on tho army as a matter 01
course, and great injury follows ! .be
fore I speak further of Gen. P., allow
mo to Bay that I think J have great
caoso of complaint against him ;, by an
act of his I lo8f'S'i(),Q00 worth of prop
erty, but, it was no act of treason, but
one of other vigilance, on Ws part.
Am I to bring up my personal .criiov
ances and decry onr general; try and
condemn him without a hearing cre-
and even doubt his cdeh
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recounting the enconuuy :-,,.,,.,. ,...,.
af.o cavr.st an even aouoi n.s uueu- . , . . 0Wftctionahlo
iufc.-e t to country, tho army, ana Drcvailinrr amontf us. It would
tions of this little ongadc, aa-1 .ei.i-
. . . 1. . . n .,..nrf'-l Rtft(.-
us tnumpus t-.. . - u,, ; ,vUhout a peer ! but he ia a noi-
Rnoagh to ay that tbo renmvn awar,- j QJl)n an(i educatlon, is
ed in other days in tho. State ot Ja -,- ;d kn(nvn t0 our pres.
.son ha? lost none ot its lustre in ti.o , - - his untiring vigilance
keeping of this bngade:fn jusuce 1 No raan ,abo?8 harder,
the feelings nnd fonttmcnt? ot tho , n tho ' q .. . j bo
t'Jen T. is "no: equal to our Lee, for
- " - - - rt
command, we mus
, vrt nnft tot .s as he nan lojiea, bihoo
t, mention one vvuo - . nf the
bearing baa rcdei cd h.m dear to
ai... : i.a ho1
wearing una p ".. ,,e tho the gai :t JLormg, in wio uuib y u-u
Wo adnde to Col. P. rnrncj,ot the ij his defenses, is without a
vuuiiuiunt, . 1 . I o ir..in'1-sr
gallantry, modesty, and gen cm an y - anJ th&oppor Yazoo by
first tO 1 f" ,Tr,m,lnd VirdvS
jje nan succession.) uuiv- .
1 in the war.
First Tennessoo . llegnnent
Tnrnrv WtiS'.tllO fi
and organize a regiment in '' j , . 1 j()rt Hudson up to this time
in defence of the hontn, ana .y - ,, , , 8UpI,orUd by the 0L1
probably the oldest commissio ed C - - ' l. . d
)f,el in the service. :NoU lU''1 JW j klV0 an abiding trust ho wnl be,
lit.' d..,.,is to promotion tor mo ion i,,.,,,;,,,, u Grant and his
.will only be
be to tho genorai welfare, not only of
mechanics themselves, but to the
country, if such a. system of appren
ticeship were enforced by special acts
of our Legislature as would make it
legally obligatory on the part of mas
ters and apprentices to servo a suffici
ent number of years as would ensure
proficiency and expertness in the
various arts and trades chosen by the
youths of tho country.
Wo throw. out these brnf hints with
tho hope that abler pens than ours
may tako up the snbjcct and do fuller
justice to it than wo are capable of bo
s-towing. La (Jrange ueporter.
8gGov. Andrews, of Massachu
setts, is recruiting negro soldiera in
A late English paper has the follow
ing clear and emphatic language upon
the subject of recognition :
The Anomaly of the Ay.
Tho history of cur ago' is full f
strange anomalies, but tho strangest
and created of them all will appear to
th-i future historian to bo tho attitude
which tho 'neutral powers of the cart!:
have for two years observed towards
the Government of the Confederate
States of America, a government', hie h
it v. onld have been deemed the sub
limest consummation of T'uropiviti
statesmanship to Imvo created in the
interest of civilization and the world's
peace; a government which was in
dispensable to readjust the balance 0.
power in the Western hemisphere, and
seriously threatened in tho-Eastern
Empire, This government, when most
unexpectedly, and without the effort
nat ot print-' o- .;ur0pean statesmanship, it present-;
good printer ;lspe jn fuj TOWn vigor, still remains
after two years brilliant existence,
ignored and unrecognized. During
those two years this government has
riveted upon it the anxious eye of all
civilized Europe. It has waged war
upon a scale unprecedented even in
this century of .Napoleonic wars.
It has at this momsut a victorious
Tirmyof nearly half a million of men
in tho field ; and it has given reasons
in naval warlike to the oldest of mari
time nations. It has its representatives
in every great capital, it agents is;
ovary mart of eoramweo. It enjoy
tho obedience of numerous, dwotc:'
population in a dogree "which devotion,
to a canse or country seldom reached
in modern times. It is feared by its
enemies, honored by its friends, and
whether on the field of battle, of in the
haunts of commerce, it commands a
confidence which few nations ie pi
&hort a space have won. At th's very
moment, when its antagoniet. double
in numerical strength, and apparently
with tenfold resources, is about in very
desperation to perfect U bankruptcy
by prohibiting the exportation of tho
precious metals; this unrtc- ignited gov
ernment supplies its necessities with
European loans. Recognized on !.;
toca exchange, recognized in common
parlance, anu oy puor.e opinion uk-
world over, this government is un
known and unrecognized only by dip
kags: 1 1 a. a si it a a k r
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us what ho or slio may have. L'nle .-, we ct
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Send to the Bulletin till th ;utton isu'.i yu
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who'will take the trouble to t-;et uh up a Jarge
lot. Five cents per poviuJ givet, if delivc-raJ
m Winchester. aprS-tt.