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BULLET "T1IE WILL OF A T0?LE KESOLVED TO UK FKEE IS LITTLIi LKS.S THAN OMNH'OTKXT." i in 1 ' - WINCHESTER, TENN., JANUARY 250, 18G3. NO. 87 1 jwiNGff ESTER BAIL! IN p" ' . I fW. J. SLA TTEJl, PROPRIETOR. 9 Notice to Subscribers. "VnM you'-, find ;.X .' .beforo ypM "tonmo on your paper, please renew your subscription, U it ii a notice that the time for which it fcjs been paid will expire in ft few liny.' wft, A very limited spate in the Daily BuL iin will bo nl lowed for advertisement. Ttrms, $1 for each a'piani, 1st insertion; COcU for each subsequent insertion. ' J Artieles of much length, intended for publi cation, must bo handed in in the forenoon to Uaiire puniicnuoi. nenuuv. JObitimries, lrumtesoi w;s r .. ; i.it in liur.'id ni ml vert , A largo numbor of slaves from Africa ft 1 havo lately been landed in Cuba. ib II W ? I ? fl 1 It II , Turpentine and rosin are being made ; , in somo sections of California. Maj. Gen. D. II. Hill passed through Raleigh, N. C, on Saturday last, an his EXPRESSLY Fott T1IK DAILY BULLKTIN way to Charlotte, whero hid family resides. RICHMOND, Jan. 23. Butler arrived homo t last and liudo another characteristic speech. Ho said within tho first month after my arrival, fourteen thousand of tho bono and sinew of New Orleans had taken the The sox of oggs. according to a paper lately read by M. Gonia beforo tho Acadcmio ds Sciences, may bo accu rately determined. All eggs having; cath of allegiance not by lip service tho germs of males having wrinkles on ; only but from their hearts, and from the smaller end, while the female eggs ; that day I found no man owning slaves inspect, and Funeral : .,ro smooth at both extremities. wlm wnnld t.-ilcn ll 10 n;:f li nf nllon-i.innn init!itionseliariredusiidverti.scineiits.butniat- ..,....' . .. . ! . ,. . 3 'dnirM mkI deaths published us new, ! Tlie St. .Louis I 'omocrat says "it is except ior tno purposooi saving proper , j Advrtiseiuents of charitable institutions at ; nnderstOod that Secretary Seward pre-1 ty. . I found tho working men true to, . jjjalf price. , I ventoj Qen Fremont being assigned to and slave -holders false to tho Union. .j Various Items. Ian important command of whieh tho' I dealt kindly with working men, and Tho Sclma Reporter announces the j friends of tho Pathfinder were confi- hardly with slave holders. ioath of Mr. Jos. T. Hunter, a promi- ,krit a short time since.'!" ' . Tho Paris correspondent of tho X. Y. i i feat citizen of Sclma. Cyrus W. Field's mission to Kurope! orld sy8: "1 repeat to-day my con Tlio Yankees are actively engaged 1 with reference to the Atlantic ldo t i tho work of raisin-' the sunken vos-, Lri-anh. U said to havo been successful, IcU in Norfolk ha-bor. The ontraetor in tho Yankee acceptation of tho term; j u' European powers, is a foregone f.,r the work is confident of hi ability ,0 K,ot up a meeting of the shareholders j conclusion. It is now only a question ' V raise the whole' flet (thirteen war at Liverpool, "diw deductions " from tinu'- ;?av), by the .earlv part of next i the state of affairs, and drew apivd.es! The LiverpoolJonrnal of Commerco. I and resolutions of an encouraging char- ates on tho best auti.or.ty, mat tno wishes to I actor, from the assembly. ; A.aoama wuum htu. nmuL-u.auv.y u. know it it is not time for Oongress to, . hro occurre I on tho lah in Nil., v v X llv x oris vuin.:nJUMUi:ii u ui im ' viction that recognition of tho Oonfod eracy, fi st by Franco and then by all 4 .Tne Charleston Con ie' .... A fire occurre I on tho 17th in N'il., cousi.lor and provide lor. a (.'ouUuleralo . li uns,; () .ten '& f .'u.'s warehous'.', at i fcuiiiage. ' '; Charlotte, X. C. Thojoss wa- from 'L'lio price of licefiso to retail liq-.iors SlJ,O00 ' to lf,O.H in ctton. One. Jia Marietta, (Ja., has been raised to j horse was burnt in the stable aUaelietl. The ugliest trades, said .IcrroM, havo , their moments of pleasure. Now, if I , were a grave digger, or a hangman, . UlARLtfSTONYJan. L'7. Another steamer from Nassau, with a large assorted cargo, arrived last night at a Confederate port. SECOND DISPATCH. Nassau advices to tho 2-1 th havo been received. Tho arrival of the Leopard from Charleston, and tho return of the steamer Thistle are reported. Nothing heard of tho Huntross. Tho steamer Havoloclc has "sailed. Tho Nicholas T, and Julia Usher aro still in port. The steamers Annie Childs, Flora, the bark -Mary Francis, and tho schooners Gam bia Valorous had arrived at Nassau the l"th and 14th inst., with assorted car goes from British ports! Tho schoon ers 111 ia and Emma Tuttlc, from Bal timore, and tho clido steamer Timold had been purchased by tho Confeder ates. Tho Nassau. Ifcrabl of tho 17th says the Commander of the Galatia has received positivo instructions to take Commodore Wilkes, of tho San Jacinto, wherever ho may moot him and convoy him to Bormuda to await orders. Tho Home Journal and the Herald say that tho British ship Vcsu. wus, onrouto 'for. England, took on board at Mobile ono million five hun dred thousand dollars, shipped by tho British Consul at that port. S.'i.u.iij 1. ir. I I . ll'l ' - t .1... )) 1 J...-J I ne ic.isourg v ni-g ot mu nuiivrs aro rife that the enemy have passed Fi iar's Point, comin ; down to ive Yickshurg another trial. It s we , hliull probably hoar from them, on the Yaz jo in a few days. Mr. J. A. ' Hitchcock, formerly Pro bate Judge of Mobile county, Alabama, has risen t: Uo dignity .of Justice of tno Petce, under Yankee rule in New ... , i. Orleans. ' The Provjst Marshal of New Orleans Ins issu'od'an order fir the dispersion of all assemblages of more than three persons, on tho ground that such as semblages have bucume dangerous to tho public peace. The Jackson Mississippi.' reports that small pox has become epidemic in the southern part of the city ot Jackson. Tho Savannah News of tho 22d ro- there are some people I could work for with a deal of satisfaction. . The New York Evening Post esti mates that the amount of specie i;i the United States at the present tone is 710,000,000. . - - - AtiTiM.E'tv Takkn. The following are the names of the batteries ta en by the Confederates in the fight of Wednesday, at Murfreesboro : 1st Ohio, Bat. A. Capt (TOodsp;od. 'j 1st Ohio, Hat. H, Ciipt. Kdjrartiin. 5 4th Indiana. Bat. 1). (.'apt. Buh. 4 1st Wisconsin. Bat. li, Capt. l'iney. . 0 !ith Wisconsin,' Hat. H, (.'apt. Carp-T'r 0 Tribune, says the newspapers givo no idea of the cxten' of sufl'ering in Rouen and its ncighlorhtod, produced l.'V tho cotton famine. RICHMOND, Jan. 29. The Herald of tho 2G, says a Yankee j tho famous " contraband .tniilwt'it Ij ittiirf imI wnnlf 'i ( Vi f i fi 'i 1 . 1 U X t Oil 1 1 oua i j j vj'wiii j 'j - v. The Experiment of Enlisting Con trabands a Failure. Tho Hilton Head correspondent of tho New York Herald furnishes that paper with tho following in regard to brigade of Total gun.i,' 2H jj--The Chattanooga Rebel, in apeak ing of tho 17th Tennessee Regiment, says This regiment ono of the oldest and ports that for somo days past tlie jJ0st j our army, was formerly com weather has boon very inclement on ', manded by Hon. Taz. W. Newman, tho coast, tho wind blowing a gale most who has since, witn commendaoio patn of the time, . i Tho Yankees outside havo j omm ana uevmum w ... had tho full benefit of it, and wo learn nyw coinmalcU it iu tho tield. they havo boon compelled to eck har-1 ; jn t10 battle of ilurfrcesboro, tho bors. There aro now throo or lour , 17th was led by its prosent commander, blockadow at Cockspur, eight at Ossa- the bray, ch.ivalric Marks, who fell u ,' ,, 111(i,fn'(,,i,M severely wounded by a cannister shot, baw,and four at tho mouth of Ogecchco. , J a b Tho Yankees report that Uitmoerianu foar gUng 0f whtch they captured in , culties ot tho lankees aro tnus ae Gap, having been left unoccupied by ' tho dosperalo and bloody charge. ". ! scribed : "In every gully batteries, the Rebels during tho late raid into braver soldier or more self-sacrificing . c igflons 6 ly wagons ambulances m . i . e .,. commander than Col. Marks never shed , . , . Tennessee, was taken possession of by blood dofenco Qf un api)ro8SC(i unJ . and pontoons were mired, horses and the Yankces. struggling'nation.' ' "' '" ' mules up to their bellies almost every Tho Washington Chronicle is highly: " impossible to draw the indignant because a Confederate officer ; Journal and Mo880 Hting Pty wagons through tho mud, and in Washington went to tho House of frQm Rome un( qv daw of th0 19th ult., I tho who' a a9 BtncJ h ' Representatives and sent his card to a , ;' ' ' guns and pontoons woro throo days in Democratic member of Congress, signed it 'Komo I had tho pioa8ure of meet-1 tho ford and had to be drag. "Lieut. Garnett, C. S. A." inr witLthe , Ilpn; JoVjBeU, who ha i ged by tho unttod labor of both men ' A Washin-tjn correspondent of the boen'driven from his homo and estates j and horses, when it was discovered the YorkComniereial asserts that let.,! ? Tonnesse; mdi, noliviu g w.th , approaches to the river were impract. i .-f,. .V. -n - , : his family in a modest little villag. cav,ie On Friday tho greater portion Utrs from John Bright and ether poll, j r ionie'. Mr.' Coll is quite advanced j f ' vmv was back hi cainn beforo ticians havo been sent to Lincoln, de- !in years, and yet looks rooty and hale, i of the array was back in camp Deioro '.clarin that a proclamation -ouomanci' Ho is truly a nne looning oia geniic-'vuB..v.b pation will at once array Great Britain man ana oi rnosu: agreoao.e pro..- termination of our troubles; Mr. Bell has twosons in" the army." I of them at Rome.,, " " ,; with tho Union. J j A cotton factory is about to be estab lished in' Nachitoches, La. Like its predecessor, in tho hands of General Hunter, this project of General Saxtou may, by this time, be fairly con sidered a failure. Several weeks ago there was an awkward halt in recruit ing, to remedy which the steamer Ren Dcford was dispatched to Georgetown; S. C, and Pernandma, Fla ,for tho pur pose of bringing in all tho able bodied blacks to be secured, and extra meas ures were adopted whereby to drum up from the plantations all whom tho glory of brilliant breeches and bright brass buttons could allure. Yet weeks havo lengthened into months, and the regiment is still o far from completo that its field officers cannot bo mustered out ii,0 1 i"to service Already tho negroes aro 'chafing at tho restraints of military I disc-inline, and frequent desertions aro front of Corinth I mum-ted. vhilo tho severe measures 7 necessary to retain in tho service the blacks now armed aro tending to create alarm and consternation among tho others Tho regiment, what there is of it, hangs liko a dead woight upon tho department, while its organization, at 1 . r. . . i I .'II least ior tue present, is at a sianu sun. Tho duty for which the Government authorized tho arming of the negroes is that of guarding the plantations: but this servico has been, and still is, per formed by the 8th Maine Volunteers. Tho proper duty of tho contrabands the only labor, in tact, at wnicn tne Government can profitably employ them is tho discharging and coaling of transports, and the ruff and turn bio work of tho Quartermaster's Depart ment; but these tasks aro now accom plished by a daily detail from tho regi ments at Hilton Head. Tho armed negroes, howovcr, have achieved ono thing, which 1 had nearly forgotten to mention, and for which, their friends may possibly glorify them. Admiral Dupont, as I learn from a prominent naval ofHccr, had occasion recently to secure a quantity of firo wood, and raado application therefor to Gen. Saxton. By order of tho latter, a detail from tho negro regiment cut and delivered to tho squadron nearly two hundred cords of fuel. era to battery off Port Hudson. Curtis telegraphs to Halleck that three Federal gunboats ascended White river to Duval's BiufT and Dos Arc, capturing 130 prisoners, two Colum biads and 200 small arms. Wool ordered all the New York mil ilia to report to him, and Hall comman dant State forces, entered a vigorous protest against it. Tho design of the administration is to tako tho militia : under its control. ! Tho correspondent of the N. !Y. ' Tribune, says Franco romonstrated ! with Kngland about fitting Alabama. Skirmishing in attack looked for. RICHMOND, Jan. 29. Northern dates of the 2Gth have been recoived. A correspondent of tho N. Y. Post states that on four days of last week, beginning Tuesday and ending Friday, the grand army attcmptod to cross tho river at Banks' Ford, just abovo Fredericksburg, but that such was tho condition of tho roads they woro comnelled to fall back. Tho diffi .. t CHARLESTON, Jan. 29. Still another steamer from Nassau ! Arrived last niirht at a Confederate rnoi ouu i . . & - , - port. , ' A correspondent of tho Now York Tribuno acknowledges to a loss of 20, 650 men. in th Battle of Fredericks burg.