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BY GANNAWAY & S LATTER. I. I. fc.imWAj. W. J. SIATIER. W i ii c li o s t o r : Wednesday Morning. Feb. 4th. The Times ! To have every reason to beliovo the enemy intended an advance, bat they are now delayed for tho want of sup plier, for notwithstanding a number oi transports have arrived at Nashville, thoy aro unable to rocoive any supplies, &s our men aro in a transport (of Joy), at the Lnvorgne and other nhouls, re. coiving their freight from the trains. Morgan is again ou tho enemy's hocls, and will give a good account ol himself. Two -of his men' surprised firo Yankee at -breakfast at a house near Woodbury, a day or two since, and compelled them tosurrender, owing to tboir having loft their guns in one Corner of tho room, out of their roach. .A Captain and squad of Mo-'gau'n couts proceeded to Stuart's Ferry, on Stone. River, dressed in Yankco uni form, and were baiLod by somo Aboli tionists on tho othlr side of tho river, with, " Who aro you?" "9th Kentucky (Fed.)," when our Captain bailed them with, "Who aro youl" '."Nashville couts." 4 Well hold on thoro a mo ment, I want to seo you." the Cap tain -thon stepped into tho ferry boat with sufficient mon to overpower tho scout, crossod tho river, and ap proachod the Captain in charge of tlx; Nashville squad, shook hands with him. and politely informod hii.:, ho and his party fivo others must surrender. One ondoavored to escape, and was killed. Tho othor fivo wero taken and brought in. Comniunieiited. WixniKSTER, Feb. 3.1, 1863. I New York. Ask Massachusetts. Where : are the nine hundred thousand ? Ask ! .li il.t v ll.a V. I. rc t Vj. r'iMtn.lit Lditors Bulletin 1 enclose you ii"Y . - .you were in earnest, and gave you all, extract from tho great speech of -Ur. ;u-o,.0 than you demanded. Vii'.landigham, of Ohio, delivered in the ; Thu Vi.-t- w,s0 rst tm that day, , Federal Congress Jast month, in which Th.'.f.nr, ('..id bri.L-of yo.-.tr cvo, ho advocates a cessation oi hostilities, ?.jW (h .ivlll w in.-,)rH h.,;l(, llvay with a view, if possible, of reconstruct-1 An I deenu-a it sin to grieve." ing the Union and securing to tho ! Sir. n blood alio has atoned, for her ....... i.. it .in. i mm- ! ifM-i w ivniirniii it if : i. .ii . ..v... ...... ... in'ss :u every S- : th its constitutional rights (a thin ' y tho by, that will never bo accepted by tho t odfederatc States), a well as ,.,, .luy a.oro? showing the immenso etiorts that have been put forward to crush out ie sixty days rebellion, but to no avail. A SunscitiuEit. Twenty million people, and every element of strength and force at com mand power, patronage, influence, in every, hon-so, and distress and sad- he;', rt. Shall sho give :':u. T r;aniiaway, a spicy and vig ornis iu y, has bev-oin j associate 1 in th - ll'.u; , f'i:duct of the Winches tor ii.ilict in. We wih buna long and succes-dul career in his new vocation. The above very complimentary no- unanimity, enthusiasm, con tid once, tn.-e we c.ip troni the hneiby vi lie .UiUtl credit,, money, men, an armj; and a ;ttT, Our "b,iver" is most grace- navy, the largest and tho noblest ever . . j UsJta,onleJ u.1(l luunm, set in the held or afloat upon tho sea; 4 , 11 ,. withtlm support, almost servile, f oih v. litor, Clras. P. Jvirk, hsq., pittas evcf Stale, county and municipality 4Ce 1 4 Kay." uf renowned celebrity, in Lie N"ith and West: with a (m .mi f nViv lm liv-.i to cniov tho rich larvest uf his own intellectual culmina- g'-(ss, switt to do the onMing ' t!;e Executive;, without opposition any whore at I' ne, and with an arhi! rry power .wh; h neither the. Czar of Ke.--ii nor the iimperor of Austria dare exi-r-c'rse ; yet alter two years of more ug orous prosi'ciition of war than ever re corded i-i history: after more s.'Jrmish-i tions. - Electing !th old, valued friend is refreshing ! one's self. In tho per ;ou of IV if. J i; aita, of this place, since et with a' o'd valued jSTEW stoke. THE UNDEKSIONED HAS . JUST 0 PEN ED a store in WinchetUr tod ilUndi t kcop.it supplied with $nerl dortmut of family gt'oeeriet fti tho mrkU t&or. t huTo now on hand SUtrAK, lUCE, SALT, -FKPPER, ..-hV BO DA, ' LBTTBRAMi; MATCHES, ; v;. CANDY, ' 4 1 ' TOBACCO,. '. .,' 4 SNUFF, ' C1GAKS, WAX TAPERS, &C; 4C., .; 0 M of which will bo lold at a Terj aaoderato ndviOK o upon cost. JJQT'AH kinds f counfry produce wanlud, for which tho highoit-prioo wili bu iiaid in cash or good. - jan. iiuu. dtf w. o. MUNsoy.; Stats of Tennessee-Franklin Coj T. A. KKITil, .. CUMMINS, et aU; h motion of ci mplaint, ana it appearing to tl'.i- M(iii;ictii'i) of tno Clerk and Master tn t ,li,i!ie.i F. Cuniniins is a non-resident of the Si'.-ito of Tcnnosii c, so that the ordinary pro cess of law ennnot be served upon him, It is therefore ordered that publication bo made for foil- wonsecutire weeks in tho Bul letin, a paper published in the town of Win-i-iies;rr, requiring said non resident doferidant t In? and pfrsui.ally appear before the Clerk and Mastej, on or before Wj?dnsday after tho third -Monday in Febuary next, there and then t' pleiiif, answer or demur to. complainants petition, or'th? same will bo taken for coufan od and s(!t for hearing cxparte A to him, Jan. 2H-lm. II. It. ESTILL, C. and M. J et. als., .11 ..I .1 l 1 e. conio its a u uan es i nan . exa n or . . , . ... . . i ciesar, or the tir.t Naoieo,, Cv,r ,i!l"n,u'n ,neua ,nuec,, u 0 K.no 1 ! State of Tennessee-Franklin Co. lou.-ht in any fivo years of their n.ili-j0- '')0ic "i" lunl Wll!l tary career, you have utterly, si:j.na!ly, I debtee of respect. Ho is a polished di-nstroiilv I will not. sav i rnoinm- ?inrl l-i-f! .i 1 .v(nl lem-in. and ono of tho I iously failed to subdii ? t--n million " rebels," whom you had taflht (he and refined jnenlleman, and (inr of tho ii:;'.t Ar'i-it.s in tin Sathern Confod oracy. Ir.inn life to the IVofc-ssor. Poti. j i Cv;y- The dism'Mal of Fit. Job. i P.r tor Ir m th i army i-i imputed to the f.:.-! :.!i.u he is a friend of Ic-Clcllao. t'oiiowin nam "l ihc-uhmt.i .(' Toiwcwc i'v ..r.'-n :ot t t ' on ; a i. i' - v!ii .!;ed in a.id !.:-.:-id 11"..-1iim -11 f. ':.. I ft !'". rt , '.vll''. h the (... ,1 .s.-ntalivi." o'wi M-iT.iv ii- .. it oi'i'.-cntii- jR-yt)ur town presents quite a gay appearance whenever a beautiful day makes ila debut. Tho last .Monday romindod us of "good times" when tho County Courts were attended numer ously! Monday's proceedings made us think of tho good old days. The old and yout'g woro out tho Magistrate, llkd thoso in timo of peace, whiUt the "bouq and sinew" stood on tho corners of th various streets cracking jolcos as in days of yore. And tho ladies, (God bless thorn!) woro 'shopping;' but, poor creatures, they could not find any c-a-1-i -o-o for less tban two dollars and twen ty Jive cents per yard, and tbo aforesaid article very scaset Hoally wo have a combination of circumsuueou, al' brot' about by that dastardly old villain, one insignificant dolt by tho namo of Abraham Lincoln, who deigns to class himself among tho Presidents who have figured under tho namo of true Ho publicans, and who woro models, in rarest acceptation of the term. , From such a dilemma, good Lord very joon doliver us 1 We are pleased to learn that the Bulletin of yesterday was read with avidity and highly appreciated by our aabscribera and those who invested a "dime" for tho latest news. We delight to "please the taste and cheer the mind" of miscellaneous readers, and that we'll do "at all hazrards and to tho last ex tremity' Tho Bulletin shall bo a wel come visitor. people of the Xorlh and West r; ; orilv to hate but to despise. Rebels did I say '! Yes, you" fathers were rebels, or your grandfathers. lie who i.o.v be fore me on canvass looks down so sadly upon us, tiie false, degenerate and im bi-eile guardians of the great l!e;nl.'ii-wi'.i'-h ho founded, was a rebel. An I yot.u e who cradled ourselves in reb-bion and Wiio have fostered and fratenoznd wilh every insurrection in t!u- o!,; teeiiMi century evw.-y ivhero thr i::;l. : the globe, wmild now, for.-out'i, the word ,4 rc-be! a reproach." t'eV' certainly they are; but all the j.ersist cut and stupendous efforts of '.he m.'.u gigantic warfare of modern tiir. 's iiave, through your incomp.el.ency and folly, availed no!iing to crush thenl out, cut. oil' though they have been by your blockade from all the world, and de pendent only upon their own c urago and resources. . Ami yet they were to bo utterly conquered and subdued in . Ph. kin.; Iron .'..mo five or six week ?.lm. will six weeks, or three months ! 1 f rt.iiniy oonlor n favor by returning ii irs i.ia- Sir, my judgment was made no and id"!!lv ,, , C- M- AUlilili. exoressc-i iroiu niu urst. x icarneii u cvid; lu (. ti I ,-.j;t. I LA l..Nl ' . ' i.: -. 1, a.---i;:tiii .i..i'.i:.-.:::i.-:i r, j.:.- .- Vir ;!iiln : .hi !i, .i. i!. .1 ei.i, A. i". !!. S. !. -Idv. A. .1. i .v.-i in .1. 1 l'.L-b. .J. i'. I '.-I.", ii. lli I'.i'ai. I.-'vi- II ilia,' . II !. rt r'ui a-rs, J. II. .s.-.-rl.orou-;h. Ilub't II II.!-:. ncrid. V.. Dfn in!-.-- -J'l, 1802. X.--'i'fiin ?-. s? p.'.'.-.-v.i ciy. t'.lA tf 1.1. Yuan? Vi. . "Win. M. Ruey, adm'r', et. al. Countv Court. January term, 1863. It aj- pwn-ing to the Court now in sion that Nanur Kukriiiijo and infant' oh John, J. B. Morrii. Sunui.'i W. .Morris. Francis M. Morris and Ma y J. .Uoirk and llaty Murphy, are non ri'.sid'un's uf'the Statu, o that tho ordinary pio crss uf law' ran net be served upon them, it is thofefora orl-red ry tbo t ourt that" pubh'i-a-tiun be ni i'ie i?i 'tho- Daily Bulletin, a new- inn.-r aildi.ihe I i:. the town of WirioheHtr, for tour t'o:isi'Cui.ive weeks, requiring saidnon-r-sid:. n ts 1 1 ln r.nd penonallv- nppfar befiT die wrsliiplnl County Court, to beheld attn C'iu-i II.ium) in Winchester, Ter n. on th 11 il Moii.ii y ( f Krin iiary. 18H3. then and there ti i l-.vid. xnsw.r "r demur to the petition, or tb s.in.i tvi.l bo : ;t kf n fcr conf-ission, and set for bearing, x t-arti as t them. jrtiiV-tv.' ' JOHN G. K.VOCnS, Clerk. HEUE. TII3 PEUSUX WHO BOlinO'.VKD MY L.oltX from Chatham: " M) lords, yon cannot, conquer America." And you have not conquered the South You ne4-er wiil. rt is. not in tho nature of tilings possi ble, much less u.i-lei your auspices. But monevvoit have expended without limit, and blood noured out. like water: i i''ids lii-h. 'J'lie three hiiiws kit ramp defeat, debt, taxation, se uilchers, these - 't heard from on tho ' . ,. . , ' , ' .Ianeln-tcr ami indn-ster road, aro your trohies. In vain the people ,. h()()V1, UW;l:d will 1)e pHiJ t Rnv pm.. gavo you treasure, and the soldier 8on ddiverin th.; abovo i -niaials to ine at vielded up his lite. " right, tax, eman- Ri'th-i:ieChunh.ir at Headquarters, Kn-ineur I. .1.... II . 1 .1 .1 1 ' . ..f T..1! . STIIAVF.I) F.iUJ.M .CAM!' AT BETII- p:ii! Cnui-i-h iier Al;so::; i, on tho '.'2'.:d inst. Til UK.-. JlDliSMS on-) a inad white horse about 11 hands hih one a laryo Iron (4r: y, ab-.ii.it 1 ti liunil-i bi'li. urn I tin otb -.-r a larjr. t -lay 'anlc, with buck foot, inane and tnil. about TAEYABD NOTICE. I WS '., L TAN HIDES INTO SOI Z I.er.tiie'i fi'r t-roaty-five eents per pound. U6 into ajtp- briber -for forty cenu per pound. Hr L wiil.i.in on the shares for one-half. ' Oi I will :;ivo spun thread, leathsr or money for all urer-n and dry hides dcliyered to mo 41 Salesa '.M ii!? or at mv tanyard. . ' ' W. 8. CRIDDLB. . Jan. 3. - dim . HOUSE POIlEilfT."r . A COlll'OKTABLE DWILMXO DB in tho suburbs of Winchester for rent for this year. A nine jarden; orchard, stable, kit ea &?., attncl.ed. , 'Apply at, this cfUcsw 'i ' Jaa. 11. ' 4 Ju cipate, let those," said tho gentleman Corps at Tullrthoina. JNU. M. WITIIEUSI'OON, Jant28 d!w. Ca-u. and A. Q. M. fQr John II. Harney, editor of the Louisville Domocrat, in spokon of as a prospective candidate for tho office of Gorrnor of Kentucky, from Maine (.Mr. Pike), at the last ses sion, be the trinitv of our salvation."' Sir, they have become tho trinity of , 630 A-S?53SC Xl-A-:Lq':D ymr deep damnation. 'I'ho war for tho FOE. SALE. 'Ui,,n j "wish to sellIiy dzsira'ble and costly failure 1 he P.es.dont Con ' j,.inn tWi, niil,,, from Winchester and one fessod it on the 22d of September, sol-1 q.i-n-tLU- from Dwbord. Keferences-A. 8. omnly, ofliei illy, and under the broad Colyer, Winchester ; Josejib Carter, Decherd ; seal of the United States. And he has i A- J- -Hn. Jull Springs. now repeated the confession. Tho priests and rabbis of Abolition taught him that God would not prosper such a cause. War for the Union was aban doned ; war for the negro openly begun, and with strong or battalions than be fore. With what success? Let the dead at Fredericksburg and Vicksburg answer. And now, sir, can this war continur?? Whence the money 'to carry it on'! WluMM tbrt nion? fii.ii vnu Imi'i-mv ? I From whom? Can you tax more? Will j TIVE SUBSTITUTES WANTED. the pooplo bear it ? Wait till you have I Tilii SCBSCJUUEU WILL PAY HIGH collected what is already levied. How : Iria'3 Ior five ttbu bodieJ uver forty-flv many millions m re of "lega! tonder" i 4 j n WILly to-day forty-ono percent, belmv the par i Cbattnno(.ga. Jan. 2S died. ' ' : of goldcan you float ? Will men en- i vIVTli",Yi : list now iit any price ? Ah, sir, it is .,' .u .wr(L,. T i,, . i JBiyO.OOO worth of .stock in tho Nash- caMor to die at homo-I pardon; vil aad chattanoo rt ll4lill.ouJ company. l.nf I t if I ni.- ,,..f ii ' tun, .11 i... . ... .' V -. ' J uuu i ii iint x an. urn t.i.-ui.ixui uii. Ap;.iy tl JUSKl'll LA Kl t.lt, I . . .v, .. 14- I ..... 4 1.... 1.1. . A. 1 1 1 4ISL1HUIILS. 11 x uui, iiien nrsi arrest Lincoln, Stanton-and Kalieclc, and uome of your other Generuls, and Twill Jan. lm. C. R, EM DRY. SHINPLASTERS " " IX ANY COLOK AND 8TYLE PMK- tod at this olliee. oeficer's pay Accounts" ON HAND AND FOlt.SALE AT THJ Daily Uiilletiu olliee. A No. 1 No-top Buggy for Sale. Can bo had very cheap. Apply at tha Bul letin office. dtf JOE SALE. ;;, , ; A LA EC B BAY. HOKSB AID A 7AV ily jai kaway. The horse. , is kind and geclle. and tbo rockawsy nearly ' new.-' Enqairo f this office. . ,. jan, 8, 'C3 dtf; ) . GOLD "WATCH rOR SAIE. A NO. 1 GOLD CASE PULL JEWELS & Apply at this ofiica, , . jan. 7 'S3. '. ,, POTATOES! , , , , y. (.. . ,rr . . POTATOES!! i v ;i POTATOES 1 ! ' at T. J. Denson's store la "Winchester , ; ; . Dec, 14, 18G2-dtf. ' . ' MUSTER ROLLS, ; ;, Boautifullv printed'arid fr sale at the BUL LETIN OFFICE. ' jan2 DESCRIPTIVE LISTS, , Neatly printed and for ial at the BUL LETIN OFFICE. l . "! jan24 ian. 17 dim. ' Decherd. Splendid Chtwing Tobacco. 1 i l' I.' 1 1 A 1 1 AT I i l V I C I 1)1 1 7PI l etiact ; yes, I . will recant. iut can T0X'S tore in Winches, you draft a-uin? Atk Xow England j Nov. 2i tf. BANK NOtE PAPER ; , FOR PRINTING $IIINPLASTERS,i'ut received at tho Daily Bulletin office; - ' ' ' wanted. , ; , , 100,0 rorjNDs OFPORK. FOIt WHICH the highest market pric Will bo paid-.' 'Apply, "t this oflico. )';!. ( jam-U dtf.. , 3-95k '' '.v f. Hi utter wuicliester, Tcaiette . . All kinds of blank 1 ' frti- tfc na f -.- my printed as neatly ai can b donto in th ( oi ' fi-deracy. A good lot of fin color d ink n. bronzes, for " " ', '' .' ' on band. Orderi pro'rnptlj fllleij.