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levy, and taking them as if they 'were
playthings in the hands of children ;
they had witnessed' a scene id tthich
Southern troops took Irom themselves
thirty -one pieces of cannon, fivo thou
sand stand of small arms, forty -five
hundred prisoners, and leaving their
dead and dying on ti e field by the ten
thousand; had moved off as conquerors,
as admitted by the ew York Herald,
bearing not only all their own supplies,
but also al! the spoils of their late vic
tory, simply to take a stronger posi
tion. To meet this army is indcod a
Viewing the whole ground, 1 can seo
no room lor complaint against (Jen.
Jragg, mid among the thoughtful, pru
dent men, either in or out of tho army,
p.ii. attoii.ti:!, especially hero in j than aro necessary to carry on tho : I hear little or no complaint. They
ainl los-. ot sleep, constant exposure
and the "nuwiiurs of hunger, hadabso-
i 1'itely rendered this gallant army inea
- pal'le, physically, of making-another
: light', iiosides, (Jen. ' Bragg bad vi
i!lI!t th.'.t satisfied him and his Lieu
, tenant and .Major Generals that tho
. t.,.cluy uJJUi l0 to reintorccd from
1 ,,,!t" the line ol I:.. Louisville and Xashvillo
",,r li!iU: railroad.
an irticl.M.Miching ou-i.tcd the course taken, and lieu.
srn.:c points, u hieh will ' j,,. Jui(J l)l0 monli COurago to do
'rl'W- i ri.lii tli iii.rfi it mii'lil, briri;' unon him
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)v: Army --Its Movements. ' many criticisms
No man underbtands
WiM'iiKsj'KK, Tonn., Jau. 1". j and moro luily appreciates the impor
! l'J't;r : Tim movements of our tanco of preserving an army than (Jen.
. y -.:c" t ! i o late great battle at -Mur- j Bragg. Wo aro fighting a lit o and
-i.ci m;i "!, aro attracting much of i ihmth tio-ht : monov and credit, further
we have i j
!! i.c I e.ii'.e-see, wl'C! e
.; at stake.
The qne.stio;i ia constantly ankvd,
Why. dues a victorious army fall
ark?" And in tho minds of many the
:;est,!n implies ;uloubl of the victory.
.', ! propose, w itli your permission,
. .'ia:,i a U-w 1'act.j and make a few
ions. I was on tho battlefield
h i travor.-cd it a few hours nltor t!ie
Our loft, under (!en. Hardee,
I'ackwd thy enemy's right, and tho
'f'-lauoe which the enemy was driven
'y hiq.-erior skill and courage, (for tho
'm-;ny outnumbered u.j nearly two to
fin- ) I.-, between three and four miles.
Tii'' relative dead Ivintr on the field the
war, are relatively of no consequence;
the temporary protection of any see
look at the thing as it is, aro proud of
the great victory, and ty their conduct
lion of aountry, or tlio preservation of : and talk aro holding up the hands of
proper! v, ought not to weigh a feather j our generals) In fact they know that
in tho decision of tho commanding j this is no time for'changing commatid
goiieral; but under no circumstances crs j that it would bo an admission of
ought tl.e commanding general now to j an untruth, to-wit : that our move
light a battle when there is danger ofjmcnts wcro disastrous, awd the army
sacr:ticiriL' tho arm v. Wo michi lose would raise a howl over it,
xt morning alter the battle, was
o.ir "real armies would
:i oi;o that i .-..aw estimated at lcs.-
i!i hi live Abolitionists to one of our
m "ii ; many estimated it lit ten Id one.
! i. (.eaii.r, commanded by lien. J.k,
:' vr- t;n enemy Irom his ooMlion in
t . eni'il-iou, leaving the field .Uuwu
. ilii hi- dead al id dying. We vo,i the
n'"!iy's ho-pital.i ai. i held ihe givund
! '. s '.yervil da)s, buryii g the leniy's
our f. n.
a no uea
in tho .ear of i.uii'
buried. !.iu! upon tlio e.'Ctrcmy rig.'i t,
ej'.'ed by (Jen. Jlrtekiiiivlgo, tho
'.i.;ht wai a terrific one, without cither
ai ly gaining the oth.er's ground.
:u liui-'ipcan warfare tho nrmy that
!; a ion the battle fold and hold-j
' nc. enemy's ground the night aner the
oat'.!--, .i deemed victorious. Wo not
nly did this, luiu held all the ground
taken irom Wednesday until baturdav
lining this time our cavalry was
. oriving tijton the enemy's rear at a
; Tidbits ate, destroying his wagons,
' iiting cdf Lis supplies, and taking
o::i:,y prisoners. Tho whole iiumberof
; i.:.jiiera taken amounts to nearly iivo
; '."'isaiid, thirty-one sjdci.clid brass
an:.-:i, ami more than live thousand
land of small arms; We lost ho pris-
ners, not n Finglo piece of cannon, and
n-'i ajoot of grouuil which we had by
.' to held. Aow, with these fads, can
Yankee impudence claim a victory?
d im correspondent, of tho New York
1 !er:ild,'.v!':tirig from "Nashville imme
diately after the battle, does not pro
mud that a victory ivxa gfiin'od.
I tut w hy retreat or full back ? This,
v. ht-n all th'o facts aro known, was
. : ,'., and (Jon. .Bragg is fuiiy sus"
,oad. After the heavy -righting on
.V jdiiesday againt foariul odds, our
1 1 1. ftps were c jmpollod, tho whole army
.ii it were;, to remain oh duty day and
i away irom their wagons and
els, v.uijh had been sent to tho rear.'
i ':.. weather was cold and wet, excess
- voly unpleasant, aiid no man could
! . '..!v upon that gallant army on Satur
f : ;. an if btood up in line of battle, still
..filing every inch of ground taken,
. ad protecting Murfreosloro by re
n.aini.ig. every man at his post both
oa :i;,ci-;iight, as they had done lor
-voiui ilajN, and not see that however
v, i'...ii.t i.n i dutoi-minod they were well
; ;i l)u : that e.wssivo fatigue
a battle and soon recover from ft, bat
just at this lime, when the enemy claim
to have a million of men in the field
w hen he is moving heaven and earth to
penetrate de"p into the South, when
tin' whole Wfi! 1 i looking on at the
gigantic slruggle with the greatest in
tC't, ;md when the loss of anyone of
cave ! he en-
wall; over the South,
i.i ! Uesji;;li Oi, U'rf
i:'inun( 0fjfd to jiijht a buttle, w'cn pt'i'
I'CmbMh, hi the f.if'jne nnl c.rlnvitin
oj our mf)iJ,-',in-i v.ortr -.' wriiM;'.
It wa- auou this consideration a.onj
that C hi. io'agg deterinii.ed to fall
buck, i'iie M'guine its in favor of s
doing were roug; that victorious
i arm ' '.vit h a . .v days rest would bo
iuielf again, pc. loctly in vineioie, a l
lial show t il ?cii in tho ht.te great ie
tori. 'us battle. A retreat of twenty or
twenty-five mih's gave us decidedly the
-gave us a oai-
lion. Bragg, Mr. Editor, is nothing
to me; 1 do not even know him, but in
the name of justice let us tlo right.
Wo well know that tien. Jnii;g took
the Tupolo army when it was com
pletely disorganized and greatly demor
alized, and made it what the world ii: s
acknowledged it to be one ol the best
di.-flplined and organized armies ever
&eeii. lie ha.- been sustained in ail his
movements by his Lieutenant and la
jer (jenerala. In two pit. bed battles,
lighting an enemy lv. ice his strength,
he has made the enemy feel thai ho is
a ioe of no mean proportions. He has
i.jst no stores and n men c cpt wh.at
must necessarily fall i i battle, and he
now frtauds between the enemy ami his
liii wished tor nestinaiiou, ueiying
him and readv tor birr.. .'.
Confederate Money ! ! Land ! !
,TYO QUAKTEK 3ECTIOXS OP
unimjiroyt'd land in Franklin Co. Ahi. ffijfc
eun be liad for twe dollars per acre. Title im
mistakebly good, ltofcrto
Mr. Gei. W.IIunt,
HOUSE TOR RENT. , ,
A CO M fOUTA 15 L E D W ELL l' C I
in tho nuburbs of Winclicster fur rent for tliu
year. A nico garden;- orchard, stable, kitch
en &.c, uttached. ' Ajnly ut this oiliee...
Jan.lL. d'U. -1
N0KIND "OF BLANKS-""'"
tho army but can bo j'i'inted ia tl.o lueest itvlo
at tho l)aily Bulletin otiieo.
FOR SALE HORSE.
A FUSE YO C.N ft HOUSE EOll KALE.
Aj.ply at thii otiieo. jau. 8, 'Co d3t.
. gHIXp-ASTERS 7
IX ANY 'CO LOU AND .STYLE FRIN
ted at this otlice.
OFFICER'S PAY ACCOUNTS
ON HAND AND f'OK SALE AT THE
Dailv J'ullttiu ollieo.
A LAKf.E BAY HOUSE AND A FA!J
11 v .utckawnv. Tlio horse ii kind and frentlo.
and tlio roekaav iifiiirlv new. Ennaiio at
this otfieo. jau, $, 'C;l dlt.
GOLD WATCH FOR SALE.
A NO. 1 COLDOASE FULL JEWELED
Wuteli for siUu, warrautod .i p;ond tim keojiyr,
A; j!y at this olSeo. jan. 7 'C3.
at T. J. l.on-..n3 sfn-o ia Yi'inclic.-fc.r.
D.-e, il. lS.i-dif.
To I'!' I! A J T i.'NI EL IiuaZL'L
TO.S S f.uru in Wia.-l.f.u-r.
ft Anc.cjjcii Hospital.
advaniug? in positioii-
tmn i:ui(dl titrongei than the one ut
Jlurfree-boro, a' d then it the enemy
A No. One Top Buggy for Sale.
Can he had very cheap. Appiy at the i'.ui
li'iin t.llie". il t"
I will payS-rn reward for delivcrv to lee
. at the lli adiiuai'tcr.-ot the liutli Ue t. N. C.
snould pursao, every mijo lie moved ' y,(k) (A- my iiliy 31,, re. Said animal
would lengthen hi:J line over which his broke her haln rand left ihe .;.nips u- !kr Ali
. , ., .. f.onia, 11 .lieiii"liiol' the. Ttli iri.-.l. She i.i haoni
sappk-, must come. In the mean time , Iilit.(.1 .uul a li;ilt ll(UU,, ,.i:-h .. 0Pllllliul ,,.iy
Gen. Bragg's splendid cavalry, to the with bliu k inane and tail, and in icood cond'i
amouiit of six or eight thousand, absent j t",,u u 'K'(X yl'u
in Kentucky and West Tennessee, un Breekinridge's Div., rruf.iou's Urigado.
oer leneii'.i uuiii.iii .iuu i wi i u.-t, mm
On tho railroad between Tulienoma and
I 'I,., M .1, .,,, 1 ,,r .,Kil llu. (hli ,.l I I,... ll.)
ami thus (.'en. Hragg felt that, holding 1 ,. i-.V. Wul-k tlutXr unlc lilh-d wlthlad'iw
ft stronger position, his' men having' rh'thing, some lotturs hacked to MUs Teniieee
. . it , ,. - , I Enoch.. Anv information leadinir to its
rest, Willi tho enemy lino Irom m wlu.r,nboul8 will b tlunkfully r,K'.i?c.t.
base to his field of operation.- much in Chattanooga llebel copy thrc.o tinms 4" -send
which was so much needed in the series
of tights at Murfrcesboro, would return,
a--count to tho Bulletin ollii
creased, ho could accomplish much
more standing at the Duel; river bills
than at Murfrcosboro
(Ien. Bragg has cavalry from which j
he has a right to expect much at least 1 bidder, two wagon, hories, mules, shoos, over.
LVOOO, the best on tho continent, and i c',"i.H,' VOsU Il(,?1U's' huttons. pins, and other
' ' ' firlii' ei tin) IimIiiiiw to mentiiiii
much ot it the best tho world ever
rt.iw. Fy Jailing back this is all col
lected, and having an immensoly strong
IN SALEM, TENN., ON SATURDAY.
17th inst.. wo will auction oil" to tho hiirhost
Jan. 15, 'Ca-td DU V AL & F05T12E.
1 000 POUNDS OF PORK. FOR WIITCn
position 1'or his infantry not only thojthe highest market price will bo paid. Apply
DucU river hilhs but just in the rear a hi otlico- Jun- 15-dtf-
few miles tho Cumberland mountains, ! gtate of Tennessee-Franklin Co.
with a railroad that cannot be disturbed
to feed his army Gon J3ragg doubtless
felt and believed that standing thus in
front of tho enemy, with ft position un
assailable, ho could put hie several gal
lant cavalry corps in tho rear and upon
the right ami left Hanks of tho enemy,
and literally worry hi life out. And
certainly no man over undertook a
.J . It. loung, tt. &U, . J
AYm. AL Itussoy, a lm'r, rt. ids. J
County Court, January term, 18G3. It np
poaring to the Court now in session that Nancy
E.sk ridge and infant son .John, J. B." Morris,
Samuel W. Morrjg, Francis AL, Morris and
Ala y J. .Uorriis, and Alary Alurphy, are non
residents of tho Stat, so that tho onlinary pro
cess of law cannot ho served upon them, it is!
therefore ordered by tho Court that publica
tion bo jnado in tho Daily .Bulletin, a news
paper publislioa ia tho town of Yin'heter,
. .1.1 I . : J " I I
moro liert'Uiean uisit man uosecrans tr tour consecutive weeks, rouuirin" said non-
ill when ho undertakes puratut. He . rj'sidents to be and porsonully appear before
.., i- 11 tho worshiiful County Court, to ho held at the
moves With a'l army literally cut to ; Court House in WmchePtnr, Tern., on the first
pieces : with' an army that are not tie- i Al'day cf February. I8(ia, then and there to
1 1 : 1 ,1; ,fn . r J ltVl ' "luw,'r or demur to tho petition, or the
pendent upon his othwal dispatches for t;lmt, wi:1 )(. ttlk(.a fP c,i,feS!on, nd M for
rcliablo information about tho light , j hearing ex parte as to them,
but h,s army had witnessed that fight; L lw J0IIX ,
they had soen tho impetuosity of South
, , . . 100 POUNDS OP TALLOW.', AIAKKKT
crp troops charging ba.teiy after bat- price pnid. Apply W thW ofGee1-' " '
Tin hicih;-- 1 f,Mi fr will
he pn in rn this llopiliil.'. fev inv f.f the f". I ' w
in:.; M'lii-le.-: i'..t:. tiii hij s. ':.!.!-'.: i-Lli i.
cn, te.lt-,, l.iiu:f at i evs and milk.
1 , b.vi i-.v-a n.
t-iirgvon in h.-.ry.
NUTS of -v.-.'mI tin. Is
I'LACIUIS in cmiu,
I'.WINf, TII LEAD
TO HA ceo, ('l(i. L';,
and a lot .t su.di vhi i'or an!,-., clnp. by
'i.-.i. 1 ;-:;( n, .'
Doe 7. d'm Wli.cl.ifur, 'ictiu.
I WILL TAN HIDES INTO. SOLE
Leather ;". .r twt nty Qo ct iHa yer pound, rid
into upper loather for tVrty em's pt r pound, r
Or I will tan on trim shares for oiK-haif. Or I'
will giv spun' thread. b"itliu' or nio-n -,- for all
green and dry hide., uciicml lo rim at tiaicw
jl ills er at my uvi J.
Jnn. o. el! rn
' TWO, HUNDRED ANIHXTY ACRES
of hind to idi; lor Ceiifcdcratu money or &
tiroes. Cr j arti'ei'.lars rail mi A. S. Co'lynr or
Billy SliUti r. at Wiueliestrr, or Jopenh Carter,
Due. !-, lfit2 dl ni.
i.r '.T--ii"v'r'"? d flatter,
'if'-t'P' " An kinls f.f blanks
, T:' . - ' f(,r thu use of the ar
mv printed as neatlv na can h ilm.n in iln.fVm-
1 - - - - v v..... . I ..... WJ.
fi'dinraey. A good lot of fine," colored inks and
Fancy Printinp-' '
on hand. Orders promptly filled. :
NEGROES LOST, 0H STOLEN.
TIIKFE KLGllO 1LN,LKFT ITS KI
tweun Muifrwaboro a;.d .Wiuehe.ter.. They
wern either stolen or they runaway ..
LDMUNf) Is a d.irk ninliiltn '!,,.. ail f.,r,f
hili, twonty-three years' old. and was dressed
in Yunkco nniform when ho left. Ts nuiek in
speech. , . , . , . .-, ;.
(.xlvAi ILLL is a! out fivfeet nine inches
high, k a mulatto, and was dressed in home
spun. Is slow in speech.
JOHN1 is ahoy about si xtfn years old,
live inehei hih. mulatto, and stammers in his
epeech. Vas dressed In homespun, and had
on a i'y cup.. AV'e will pny a liberal reward
for lift., apprchen- ion or delivery of said noroe
tw us at the Camps of the nd Tunn. Kegii'm.'nt;
Folk's IJrijrafta, Chiihnrun'a Division.
" -, W-L.'KUCKKlt, ''
b,i.iM JLiM. liUCKKlL' n v
Jan. 15, T,3 dl0l MILES FUKGKRSOA'