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havo soon for many a day. Aaiwar to a Poem Bewailing the Cold ness oS a Lady Love. May she not lovo thoo, And not show hor loving t May not htr silenco, Bo love's best proving? May not timidity, Hide tho deep feoling, Too wild and worshiping, For light rovoalingt May not ome hatod ti, Light woven yet etrong, Crush down tho tender sigh, Making lovo wrong? May 8ho not turn to thes Eyca dark with tears, Tenderly, silently, Tolling bor fear? Think not sh.i loves thoo not, Beliovo her not cold, Undor world drifted sands, Oft lici pure gold. Toll hor you lovo her, And hood not her ooldno'i, Wbnt though ln bliuli or frowu, l'rert on with boldness. Thoro is ii woman' a heart, But lovo will move, Then, win her by living hnr, Sh-i loveili bvo. Norombor 1, IS ':!... at Yaohinton. Tho V ii.ihiii.;!. hi cm,e-ipoii'.ioiit of tho Uonlofi ILoiuM draws a s.nl pieturo of tho li! cratl and f'uitho hlacka iu and ahun' thu Federal capital: "V,'l. llio :i twa woeks I havo twlco v iU'd tho contraband camp, a milo or iioriii ii thu city. Jt covers aovcral :ute, ;u'.d tionnintd of barracks erected , mm time 1'or troops. Tho barracks ate tihidod oil' into urn. ill rooms, in wliicli u I'amily or half ft dozen con'ja'.'iiiid.s cat and bleep. There are BCino three iLoij-aiid of thorn, who arc fed on finny i;tti-r.u t tho exponso of the (joviriiine.it. Thu umall-pox is raging loarfnlfy- .'im,Nnj them, s liigli as In ciily dyin in one d'iy. The per cental ol ek'a'uu now h almost equal to tlio daily arrivals from Vir ginia. Oiviiiif to thii opidoniic no con trabandi ai'o alhnvod 'o go out to H-r-rice, if, in luet, thoro wna any demand for theiu. JJoiiijj; juohtly fa rm-h an da, thcro is no opportunity tor tha employ mcnt ot inaloK, w'uilo tlio fomalca are not sought for, owing to their ignorance of domestic RtF:iirs. in home cases fjn ilioa liavo taken them to learn, but in tho city it conn more than it comes to. Bcaidoa, tho strongest pro-slavery peo plo hero w ill not hiro ncgroon, and will have nothing to do with them unless thcyaro slaves, which ianow impostlo. A lavgo number of tho advocates oHhe abolition of slavery here trusted that it would soon cause the disappearance of the colored population, but t.ie reverse has been the caso, and the in eroaso has been fifty per cent. White labor in families is daily being nubsti tuled, and the demand and price aro largo in consequence. "The result of this idleness is, of course, crime, and for v, month paat two-thirda of tho police records have involved tho nero. They daro not beg, and theiforo steal. As for the contraband camp, such a motcly assem blage was never seen before. They aro of ali sizes, r.gcs and complexions, Wunt, dostitr.tion, disease and death staro them in the face, with ovon a more wretched future looming up. Thcso bn'of and simple fact will yet como out in larger proportions. Tho questions .of labor and society aro seriously involvod, and ho who devises human moans for the relief of tho forty thonsanvl contrabands now in our linos and the thousands jrefc to como, will bo a wise maa. Do you want thorn North?" In Illinois tho civil authorities put tho "contrabands" in jail and than soil tliom out to thoso who will buy them. Thoy aro iold to whoovor will pay thoirjf.il expenses and tako their .Uibor for the shortest period. Two important articles from a hto nurubjr of the Cincinnati Enquirer, furnished us by A. S. Colyar,Esq., will appear in our next. Wo watit ovary A Ciut'ion- Erysipelas. Tho Augus ta, Constitutionalist says thai "great arc should be taken that the matter f or vaccination should be taken from a perfeotly healthy per son." Wc learn, it says, "yesterday of a death occurring in this city, un der very sho eking circumstances, from erysipelas or some similar disease, communicated by vaccination with diseased matter." We have heard of several casjs i.i which erysipelas has followed vacci nation in less than twenty-four hours, as it was supposed, with diseased mat ter. 13ut wo know of a case in which this terrible disease has followed vac cinatioa, the matter being taken from a perff-.cMy healthy subject, and being used at the same time in vaccinating several individuals of tho same family. upon whom no such e fleet is produced , up to this time tho vaccination hav- j ing been submitted to last Sunday.; From this it appears that erysipelas j will follow vaccination from healthy as well as diseased matter, unless the ! theory of an eminent medical genti-.;-man with whom we have conversed, A iST D be true, to-wit; that vaccination from tho matter of a person who his be cm re-vaccinated that i-, vaecinared the second time-should not prevail, as it id nj.'t 1 1 ;n d.ice, nor. oi'.y ryip-.-Ia-s, hut other di. so uses. Ou' !.;. i-:al friend that no tnj s'.o he vac cm !.ei! ifo.il tile ;n;u;T t.dien tVo'.'i a .ioc:id acci.'iat ion to t:s his i e t- rseory eiore t!) it SOiii.ig i :OnV-!t!(',I!lg t II ll h'S was oorif-ct. We vvjuI I th caution our reader .o be caret'::! tho malteris I'Xi.Utnt, I'.vJ n t. ous, with which tt:f-v ar vaccmat that b'.-iog c.miderod gmuia is takfii from the arm of a individual who has been vacciiu once, and with genuine m titer. Should th? "Doctor; i.'!;vu:re,ev E HAVK xVO HESITATION IN announcing thu t in no ouieo in tho CoufoJeruto StaUu akn spun- .vl.hh a I thy on j this, as no one can certainly be hurt J by foiiowing the theory of our Irietid, jit Would be well for ad to follow it, J as we ircsLime with .Si.-iue little ercer j tions, the genuine matter, from healthy ! Siiij'Cs, can now be easily procured Jin any city in the Cm fed -racy. Head Qaaitcr3, Army of Ten-.essco, Tcr.iiAFioniA, Jan. -6, ld'6). Gn ral Onhrs, No. 13. I. When an ollicer or soldier fails to rejoin his proper station at tho expira tion ol a leave, whethei ordinary or on siek eertiGcato, he will bo reported as absent without leave. Failing to join or explain satisfac torily his absence for seven days, tho soldier will bo proceeded against as a deserter Tho oflicer will bo notified and his name immediately brought bo foro tho " Board to Relievo tho Army of Disqualified, Disabled and Incompetent Ollicers." Tho uames will in all casos be published in tho newspapers near est tho residenco of tho delinquent. II. Paragraphs one and two of Gon eral Orders iNTo. OG, Adjutant and In spector General's Oliico, aro ropublishod for tho information of tho Army: "1. All commissioned officers and en listed mon, who aro now absent fiom their commands from any other cause than actual disability, or duty under orders from tho Secretary of War or from their Department Commanders, will roturn to their commands without dolay. "2. Commissioned officers failing to comply with tho provisions of tho fore going paragraph, within a reasonable length of time, in no caso to oxceod twenty days aftor the publication of this order, shall bo dropped from the rolls of tho Army in disgrace, and thoir names will bo furnished to tho Com mandant of Conscripts for onrollniont in the ranks." Tho Commanding General aspects n rigid and ellicient execution of this ordor. Commanding officers will drop from the rolls of tho Anny tho namos of all commissioned officers who have failed to obey this order, and will re port them promptly to theso Head Quarter;, be forwarded to tho War Department and Superintendent of Conscripts. J3y command of Gen. Biugq. Sijjned, GE0UGJ3 WM. BRENT, A. A. Genl. Qfitoial Bo dons than t tho offica of tho DAILY BULLETIN. Wo havg Tssi mwm To oxflouto with neatnesi any Blank neodod In tho Army. Loaido EOLLS, OFFICERS' PAY ACCOUNTS, AND descriptive Lists, WE KEEP ON HAND Forms Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, 20i 21, 22, 23 and 24. Wo havo alao on hajid a largo varioty of COLORED INKS, BRONZES, Etc. ff OK FAHCY PBiNTING. JGiSpOrdcra from adistancowill bo promptly ttlcndod to. Addrcia Jfuch Interesting matter will appear fobT W. J. SLATTER, WINCHESTER. TENN- INKW STOKB THK UNDKK8I0XKI) II AH Jr a PliNKDactore in "Winchester nd intead keep it supplied with t g-wt.l an tHHrktJl pf jttnul-j groceries as tha m rkU affr. " I hiive nor on hand SUGAlt, 1UCE. SALT, i'EPPKR, SODA, LETTER tint MATCHES, ' CANDY, TOBACCO, SNUFF, CTGABS, WAX TAPERS, AC, all of which will lo sold at & Tery medrv ad vanco upon cost. JS All kinds of counfrT prudueo wanted, for which the lighi pr' will bo paid in CMsh or goods. " Jan. JiUtli. dtf W. G. State of Tenncscco-Franklhi Co' T. A. KKITII. vs. CUMMINS. ,t , ) l),4 On motion of conmhunt, ana tppoaripj tho satisfactio.n of tha VU.rk hh..I Mrucrih James F. ('ummins U a non-vcsijunt oftl, u 1 nt of ti . Sato of Teiiinsco, so tlmt tlio ordinary un. cm of law cHiniot bo ftTVfd upon him, It, is ihcroioro orutivd thut publiuiion tt rnr.dc for fon consociitivo wpt.-kn in tho Kul letui, a paper published in tlio town of Wia cliostcr, rcnuiring iuid non resident dtiftndunt to ho :.nd ptrsonnlly app.-ar bel'yro theCliri and 'Ma-toa. on or beforo Wodnwdny after tin third Monday in Febuary next, tlinre and thu lo plead, answer or demur to coninUinf.uu p'-ution, or the !':;mf! vill he. tu'rn lbr conW ed and .-ci IV. r lr.-ui :).. exparto as to 1-im Jan. 2.-1 rn. 11. U. LAI ILL, O.and'il. State cf Tenaessec- J. II. Younj, et. aL., jc iuin:din Co. vs. Itflp Wm. 21. llimsey, nJm'r, ot. th. County Cou:-t Jannarr term. I?fi3. poafin.; to tha Court now in ration that Utaq Kskrid-fo and infant son John, J. B. 3torri ranu.iji , . j.iorns. i'rarois M . ftiorru anil 11. y J. Jforrii, and 21:,.;, Jfurfhv, aro Don residunin of thj Statu, so that tho ordinary pro ceis of law cannot, be kh wed upon thorn, it ii thorforo ordered I y tho court that publica tion be ma-it; iu tho Daily Bulletin, a r.ewi paper publWiod ir. tho town of VinohwtM, for four consoeutivo wcoks, requiring suidniia reiddunti to bo and jicrsonally ap) car Lefer tho wo'-jhipful County Court, "to bo held at thi Court il .use in Winehcstor, Torn., on th tint Monday of February, then and there to f lead, suuwar or dr-mur to tha petition, or th samo will bi ta!;en for confession, and tfor hearing ex parte as to them. jun7-lw JUli Nf (. ENOCHS, Clork TAIHTARD 1T0TICB. J. WILL TAN HIDKS INTO SOLE Leather IV. r twrnty-Uve wtnd por pound, tvi int-j uiionr lexther for forl.v Or I will tan oiuhu sl.i.a's for one-half. Or I wul giva spun tliread. leather or moncv for all grooii and dry hid- delivered to mo at Sulra iiilla or at my tanyard. W. S. CIUDDLI. Jan. 5. dim HOUSE TOR RENT. A COMFOitTA H LK DWELLING If in tho suburbs of Winchester for rent for this year. A nice garden; orchard, stablo, kitth on &c., attached. Apjdy at this oliko. Jan. 11. dtf FGR SALE. A LAKGE HAY HOUSE AND A PAM Hj Mcluway. Tha horao is kind and gull and the rookaway nearly new. Enqair st tu13 mce- jan, 8, 'C3-dtf. GOLD WATCH FOR SALE. wA w 1 G0LI)CA8E FULL JEWLE V atch for sale, warranted a good tima keopei, Apply at thia offica. jan. 7 '63. potatoes! " potatoes i ! potatoes!!! at T. J. Denson's toro in Winehostor. Dee, 14, 1862dtf. MUSTER ROLLS, Beautifully printed and for gala at theBUL LETIX OFFICE. jan24 DESCRIPTIVE LISTS, Neatly printed and for sal at the BTJlr LETIN OFFICE. jnn24 BANK NOTE PAPER FOR PIUNTING SI1INPLASTERS, J received at the Daily Bullotin ofllco. WANTED. 1000 rouND3 0FroEK,For.wnica the highest market price will bo paid. Appty at this oOice. jaD. IS dtf. W. J. Blatter. FANCY.BOOIANDJM FInchester, ttwaea ior tuo use 01 wr my printed as neatly as can be done in the U; federacy. A good lot of line colored inlu a bron v.cn fnr Fancy Printing, on hand. Ordcri promptly fillwl.