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I. I.. GANNAWAV. J- FLATTER.
W inohesifcr: Fill I) A V, JAN. 30, 1803. The Times ! There is some little indication of an a Ivauco movement upon the part of Kosecrans. Wo learn he lias one Divis ion of his army this side of Jlurfrecs boro, and from signs at and about our camps, it would appear that Gon. Bragg is ready for him. No oflicer is permit ted to leavo Tullahomn without a pass fiigucd by the General commanding, himself. There must bo somo urgoncy for the order, a .vitnesses could not bo permitted to cc:.ie to this placo to at tend tho Couit of Inquiry, which has boon in session somo weeks, and which adjourned yestorday to Trllahoma. Wo repeat, from all the Bigns, and the presonco of Gen. Joe Johnston, wo may look for at least "heavy skirmish ing in front " ere many more suns have set. Since writing tho above wo learn that tho enemy's, outposts arc iu the vicinity of Bcadf Grove. Vallandigham not a Yankee. Tho editor of tha Columbus Sun, in some remarks upon Mr. Vallandig ham's late speech in tho Yankeo Con gress, says tho speech has much of " Yankee ingenuity" in it. It may no that ho is supposod to bo a Yankee by many persons in tho South. Such, however, is not the fact, lib was boru in Maryland, and is of tho best of tho old .Maryland stock. Tho purest South ern blood courses his veins, and there is not a single Yankee idea or instinct in him. Wo aro personally acquainted with him, and havo the history of him self and his ancestors from his own lips. Ho is a man of high character, puio morals, and is a giant in intellect, with a mind richly stored with tho treasures of history. As a profound thinker and a statesman ho has but few equals and no superior in America, considering his ago, for ho is quito a young man. tg&" Once in 'awhile we meet with a man who is slightly in favor of a res toration of the Union to its former " situation !" Passing strange that sen siblo men will yet indulge in such an nnonviablo attitude, when thoy ought to know bottor. Whonovor tho dislo cated joints of the States North and South aro again put together, the world shall havo come to an end, and Gabriel's trumpet will bo distinctly heard by tho inhabitants of earth, calling us "to that bourne from whence no traveller has returned." The re-union of the States is as impossible as it is for Abraham Lincoln to become a christian " Tho union of tho States for tho sake of tho Union has becomo obsolete. " Tho Federal Union, it must bo pro served, " is unknown by evory eon of the South, and tho timo has arrived in our history when we look upon such quotations as more "sounding brass" or "tinkling symbol." Away with such stuff now it is all balderdash, the cffcrvcsconse ot nothingness no potoncy about them at allburied in tho deep vortex of an eternal nonentity. EST" We are inclined to boliovo that tho Df.olahatiox of Independbnce of tho Southern Confederacy will bo writ ton in groat taste, by the Chief Magis trate, Jefferson Davis, assisted by a grand rotinuo of tho best talent in the uorld. Col. Albert S. Marks. . V don't remember to have cvorre ceived an announcement which fell up on our car more unwelcomely, or that depressed us more than when wo hoard that Col. A. S. Murk's foot had boon amputated. W o had so firmly believed and so announced in a former number of tho Bulletin, that tho wound would soon heal up and our esteemed friend our quondam associate be restored to his wonted activity. But mortifica tion had commenced, and on yesterday about 11 o'clock, a. rn., it was taken oil' somo six inches above tho ankle. Tho. operation was performed by l)r. Wallaco Estill, late Surgeon of our old brigado in Virgin U. Wo deeply regret tho sad necessity that deprived one of tho most promi sing young men in our country of so useful a member, but if it will bo the means of preserving his life, (and wo think it will) our regret wi'l be follow cd by joy. Ho boro tho painful oporation with a fortitude truly remarkable. After tho foot had been taken off,'., and tho leg was being dressed, the Colonel, who had revived from the effects of tho chloroform, remarked; "1 don't believe you can get me under tho influence of tho chloroform long enough to take off my foot," when the Dr. informed him it was already off. llo still avers his intention to re-enter the service soon as he gets well. A Rebel Anaconda. W conhl tell our readers something that would do them good to tho 'bottom of I heir souls,' and crestto an unbounded interest in what a few days or weeks may bring forth. Were we lo ignore the vital in terests ot our army and "go iu " for being ahead of other new papers in startling announcements, we might "let out' something we believe to be in the ovum us yet, but which will batch out soon, to the delight of every true, confederate. But we shall not abuse the ficedom of the press nor jeopardy the success of tho expedition. Our readers must wait till tho curtain rioses and then they "will eeo what the- will see." We hopo our comrades of the press will exh'bit tho same sell-donial we havo exhibited in keeping stlil when wo want to herald it so badly. "To establish tho gentlo reign of peace and prosperity, we must inaugu rate a hard raiu of bullets." Louisville Journal. Wo aro under the impression that tho establishment ofpeaco under a "hard reign of bullets" i3 getting to bo very tirosomo by tho abolitionists who par ticipated in tho various battlos since the commencement of hostilities. But, in all reality, any kind of rain except tho reign of Abraham Lincoln with tho Sons of the South. Our Taxation. The Secretary of tho Treasury, in his report, recommends a tax upon proporty and gross incomes sufficient to yield a revonue of at least forty-eight millioas, and shows that tho amount may bo increased to sixty mil lions a sura sufficient to pay interest on tho public dobt and provide a sink ing fund. We are requested by tho Com mandant of the Post to notify all per sons leaviug for Chattanooga, that owing to the change of schedulo on that route thoy must call for passports tho afternoon before their departure. BgQuito a change in tho weather since yesterday. It cleared off night before last and yestorday was a lovely day tho sun shono out most beauti. fully and the air was balmy. A neat little sheet called tho "True Patriot," has been flung to'tbe breeze at Manchester, Tonn. P. C. Iabcll, Esq., Editor, Heos Jones, Publisher. We wish it unbounded success. , WSomo of. our?ulscribera are jeomplaing that4 they do "not get thoir papers -regularly. We can safely say that wo discharge our duty in mailing of them at tho proper time at this point, and wo aro also confident that our Post'Master never has as yet shook off any responsibility in hisj position: . IIonAcic and Abraham. Horaco Greeley had sevoral intorviows with Abraham on tho 16th, but tho Inquiror says his projects recoived no endorse ment. SSf Tho quietnesi of the times forbodes somthing. Wo shftH not bo alarmed at tho announcement of a big and glorious battle lor tho South in a fow days. 50 1SKWAUD, - STRAYED FilOM CAMP AT BETH pfisjrt Cnurch near Alisonia, on tho 22nd inst. TURK a. HOUSES no a mall white hurso about 14 hands high ono a lurgo Iron Gray, about 10 hands high, and the other a largo Clay Bank, with black feet, mnno and tail, about 16J hand high. Tho three horses left camp together, anil were last heard from on the Manchester and Winchester road. The above rewaid will be paid to any per son dolivering the abovo tnimals to me at Beth page Church, or atlleadquarters, Engineer Corps at Tullahoma. JNO. M. WITHERSPOON, Jant 28 dlw. Capt. and A. Q. M. MONEY LOST. SOMEWHERE BETWEEN THE KESI donees of Mr. Munson and Airs. Fitzpotrick, a buck skin purse, contain ng thirty-two dol larsone $10 bill, three $o bills, 2 $J5 bills bank of Chattanooga, and $1 on State bank of Tennessee, and a pass for the undersigned to SholhuDund. The purso and money belonging to tho undersigned servant, and he will give $10 reward to the finder. Jan. at dit. JOKDONFITZPATRICK. FIVE SUBSTITUTES WANTED. THE Sl'BSCUIBKtt WILL PAY. HHHI prices for tivu ubla bodhid men over forty-live years ot ago. .1. II. WILL r. Chattanooga. Jan. 28 dlOd. TIIK UNDERSIGNED II AS JUST O PEN KDa store in Winchester and intends to keep it supplied with as genr-nxl an as-mrtinnit of family pnffrit us tho nurkots atlbru. I have now on hand SlUtAU, lilt'K, SALT, 1' Fa' PER, SODA, LETTER PAPER, .MATCHES, CANDY, TOR A CCO, SNUFF, CIGARS, WAX TAPERS, kC, kC, all of which will be sold at a very moderate advaneo upon cost. All kinds of eounfry produce wanted, for which tho highest price will be paid in onsh or goods. Jan. 2!th. dtf W. C. MUNSON. State of Tennessee-Franklin Co. T. A. KEITH, m. CUMMINS, et ah. Ou motion of complaint, ana it appearing to the satisfaction of tno Clerk and Master that James C. Cummins is a non-resident of the Sato of Tennessee, so that tho ordinary pro cess of law cannot be served upon him, It is therefore ordered that publication bo made for four consecutive weeks in tho Bul letin, & paper published in tho town of Win chester, requiring said non resident defendant to be and personally appear before the Clerk and Mastcj, on or befoe Wednesday after the third Monday in Febuary next, there and then to plead, answer or demur to complainants petition, or the same will be taken for confess ed and set for hearing exparte as to him, Jan. 2S lm. H. R. ESTILL, C. and M. 630 .A-CiRES OF XjJHTJD FOR SALE. I WISH TO SELL MY DESIRABLK Farm two miles from Winchester and ono quarter from Decherd. References A. G. Colyor, "Winchestor ; Joseph Carter, Dechord ; A. J. Mason, Estill Springs. Jan. 28 lm. C. ft, EMBRY. ' Money Lost I A testament containing ONE HUN DRED AND SEVENTY ($170) DOLLARS was lost on Sunday somewhure tetween Tur ner's Spring and Decherd Depot. A liberal reward will bo paid for tho rfnli f u money at tho Bulletin Office. JOHN H. HOu'KERSMITH. Jan. 27 d3t 1ST O TIOE . AUG. J. HABICH, TEACHER OF PENMANSHIP- AND I , CARD WRITER. Twenty Lessons sufficient to make a good Penman. Terms,' $10. Ladiea instructed at their residences. Visiting Card written at short notice. For particulars enquire at Wm, M'Nab'i residence. .. , ja23-8tood A No, V No-top Buggy for Sale. Can be had Very ckeap.' Apply at the Bui leti fflco. dtf Mules and Wairon f. FOUR MULES, WAGON AtfnT NESS, for sale. Also, a good ' Bridh) and SaddL. Apply to TIM bAAl. HAtVKm S5 jan25-3t HALT l SALT!! P- Tho subscriber would announce tin v. TC receive on Monday or Tuesday ns . Y U' of SALT, which will bo. sold oi 1!' terms. jan'24-tf, MUSTER ROLLS. Beautifully printod and for saleam.it V LETINOFHCE. jji DESCRIPOTeIjst Neatly printed and for sal at u.'tir, ' LETIN OFFICE. BANK NOTE PAPiaV FOR PRINTING SUINPLASTEP'V' roftfiivpi'l ofr iht "HoiKr null,,:-. -AC ifcl j State of Tennessee--FrankiiBf! fit u.ii. i oung, et. ais., $r , ' Ipeti,- 'A'rl Wrm. M. Russey, adm'r, ft. aU. j '" stftlw, County Court, January term, 1863. ( nr rearing to the Court now'in SMsion thatxJL Eskridge and infant son John, J. B iv' Samuel W. Morris, Francis M. MorrW? Ma y J. Abrris, and Mary Murphy, are f! A. residents of the State, so that tho ordinary n , cess of law cannot bo served upon thcra i ''' ' thoreforo ordered by tho t ourt that p.k !, .'",' tion be made in the Daily Bullctirr. Ben ri pa por published i:: the town of Winelf 1 for four consecutive weeks, requiring saidM6"6! residents to be and personally ppur the worshipful County Courtto be held $itlii Court House in Winchester, Tei.n., on the Hvlir Monday f February, 18(i;5. then mid thm,. J f lead, aiiiwcr or cU-mur to th petition, or same will be taken for confusion, and ut!,'"1 hearing ox parte as to them. "tot' jan7-4w JOHN G. ENOCHS, CHJ 0,0(K worth of stfck in tlin villo and Chattanooga ICailrouJ ComWi,H Apply to JOSEPH CAKTEK, IV Jan. 17 dim. Dechcrl SHINPLASTERS l;til liiti. IN ANY COLOR AND STYLE PRlSr.i ted at this otlii-o. OFFICER'S PAY ACCOUNTS ON HANI) AN I) FOR SALE AT Till?. J Dailv Lulletin ollico. HOUSE FOR RENT. A CO M KOl'.TA B L 1 I) W V. f.I.T in the suburbs of Winchester for rent t'urihi year. A nice garden; orchard, stable, kiwi w" en Ac. Mttachod. Apply at this officii. ' Jau.il. Uti ttt FOR SALE. ,i A LARGE BAY HORSE AND A FWiy ily jookaway. The horse is kind ur.d setil., and the rockawny nearly new Lnqjin i. . this office. jan. 8, dtl. GOLD WATCH FOR SALE. A NO. 1 OOLDCASE FL'LLJEVEI.Ef atch for sale, warranted a good titno Kf, Jj apply at this oftice. jau. 7 03. POTATOHS! POTATO KS! otatoes:::P at T. J. Denson's store in Winchester. ,Dec, 14. 18G2 dtf. Splendid Chewing Tobacco. TO BE HAD AT DANIEL UUAZKl TON'S Steio in Winchester. ( Nov. 25 tf. ' Wanted at Anderson HospitaU THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES W1U be paid at this Hospital, for any of the follow ing articles: Potatoes, turnips, cabbage, chick-1 ens, turkeys, butter and ea;gs and miik. i R. P. BATEMAN. Surgeon in Charge. TANYARD NOTICE. I WILL TAN HIDES INTO SOLI Leather for twenty-five cents per pound, i into upper leather for forty cents per pouml Or I will tan on the shares for one-half. 0i 1 will giva spun thread, leather or money for til green and dry hides delivered to me at Sw M Ms or at mv tanvard. Wr. S. CRIDDLB. Jan. 5. dim WANTED. 1000 POUNDS OF PORK, FOR WHICH the highest market price will bo paid. Api'lj at this offico. fin. lfcdtf. W. J. 8 latter FAtfCY.BOOKAMJOl PRINTER Winchester. Unto All kinds of blaiii for the use of the a mv printed as neatly as can be done in the ( oi federacy. A good lot of fine colored inkj bronzes, for Fancy1 Printing, on hand. Orders promptly filled.