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"ir.'Tn c r r.T . r 1 tin i 1 t LLETIN. 1JUI "THE WILL OF A TliOl'LE UNSOLVED TO J5K FKKE IS LITTLE LESS Til AX OMNIPOTENT." .ft ?, V! ft V DA. JL . yoL.;'." IllllllHf"""" ....... jft-TT . . - ... - yTj. SLA TTER, I'fiOI'Rlb'.TOtt. trig aoout a Ciiarge are I'm .lepOMt; of -ill", Lineolu bv : ri armed r.iob, civil- , v Notice , to Subscribers. Whkv ju flnd.tfj bcfon yoyr name on your paper, plnu renew your subscription, as it 19 a .-notico tUut tha timo for which it bas botfi paid.wiJUxpiM.in ul-Ct X M.l.TTi.1 I I'll. M I II fir. III I lit lllllV illll" I V OT3-J , f , ,. n,i.,rt;nn'nf;. ion 01' military, wh'cll U tie. VbL ad IftllU ,WUl. l);miin. -- -- . tho ditiienlt- has presented itself to many minds that w-ish it were possible ; or such :v lou t and emphatic oxire.?sioii r f public o rji niou as shall eoavbioo 'Jr. Lincoln, once ibr all, thai ho mast sur round himself with statesmen and gen erals whom iho country crtn init, :im! that' he hin'iif tivi"! res !:':! !i I . .i f'ci't.i.oi' inP'rierene-.; wii.h military it. t ers, which ho i!o ,c. iiii.!'i-i.!ir t, ai i from 8)ir further viohtl ion "iiV- mttfr and pw-at ol tin: 0'.ii..L'.t.:li-.- wide i hv WO!'.' t.' 111-11 nt 'U. i ll'i.l I "i j wVi-'i : moiv t'i't i t ii re ivu-i'i , thi.' ;m u:-u in.;. -iL win) uj fioln! o:' lh fi f rj " '! .!;. .! '.v . ' r.i;.-'.ii-i':l(i :i i WINCHESTER, TEMN., FEBLlQAdY 11, 1863. process, lut oiio wiiioli t'10 fa cnJ o: :i I )!isli it intil he kin demonstrated (h:it U'MII PJ, IIU.V 1 l-tWll'lili'., 1I 111 111, fj ir.to tho cause- of tiio tl-sastcr l l-r.."l-erit Uhbur, but, niaitndoi'hi u:v::n Wiiiic a bo ul. i throes and contrcliand.. o::;i doch'.ri ui tiivm t bo "moataby, i. ba sically and moraliy saporior" tot-bo Soutiicru wbitt's, i.s njl likely to ut-tomnt. Tho only ot ho: aitoraativo I'm- bri.-vr NO. 99 Terms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; COcts for rttch'BUbstueiu insertion. Articles' of much Wngth, intended for publi oRtion, intsl ti'hvadHl in ia tho lbrcnoon to insure publication .next duy. Obituarie.. Tributes of liuspoct, and Funeral Invitations charged as ivertis'im.'nts.but mar rnm,s middoftths published as nuws Advertiftoments of charitable institutions at Lidf pric. : ' - - ' ' Tho ITorth on tliia Vvar. N'ew Vorl; Co: rwpoiidcin-. London T iinc.-i, VoluntetM-inpr fur the army ha cont'd. Tin? co'iiseripthm caimot be put in iovvc. MorV lh.;io u hundred thousand mon hitvo deserted: since June last. Tho officers, who arc, for tho most part, npno'uKed ' for political, and not for 'mi!!tahy realms, are inon.poiom, a.n.i j Ull. i;,,t:i;i;ii; ,., o: ia in.-ti ui h ml f::i I ' k'ill'i i ., , n i!isli it intil he lias demonstrated (hat v I ( hi, pannors aro .aperior t, jlU (SyHflirilllU. I'lirv. I lie f nner is pos.-mde. bat the j O I c 1 ittcr otromely irnpiobablo aioi e ra ;! .', ;chi lo. sxratKsLY for the daily bullktia h-ip " i:i he may got gunboats down , ... tho ca rial, and mav ran some iron -clad ' 'tVr77iwfr r iT ' by ihr. ci.y, thotihe may land a Mrco UICUMOND, teb. 13. this f i l tiic rivor, between it and L'oit 1 tho Senato on tho 7th Thurpin ol IIm n. 'L'hoi Vich-ibarg mast bo at- Indiana, and Richardson of Illinois, Li'dce .i i-i th . 'roiir by laud and in tho'mjuj0 gtron- uorth-westorn and.anti. front by water, or tho foil at Tort aboUtion 8peechc!j Tho iormor char. I fad.- .r. ni.isL ...ttlaCco 1 by aland . , rf , . . . , force, from above and below, and by tho acterized Lincoln a tyrant, and aaid ho upper and lower fleets. If tho first ' would soon have no subjects west of alternative is chuson, in our opinion, tho Alleghanie.s. the city will bo fu'o tho ti.amc proud ; A Iettcr from r)ri o. Delhuys to Mr. monument of Southern valor and firm Mercier (1ated Nov. 13th expressed ro-ro-iislatK'O to a moiccnaiy loo. II tho ' , ' ' . latter horn of the dilemma is selected, S1 Bt tlie refus:l1 of Great Lntn,u anJ t.ho army lrom above will have a san- liussia to unite with Franco in over gtiiuary road, to travel to tho Port, and : turcs of mediation, lie says, " we t,n CKoiro . The nino moiitlis vobin j ffy, ,.:l,4 ' ; . . i , 1. i . . . toers have serwd fix mouth-., and .viil IU, .'irif leu. I est tint flu' - '-W.ll'd i, li-s'i.i ! 1. 1 V : i- - ! h .""-. t i NVv V.-i iotu urmt.'M win i)e ooiow tno city. wij rotrn, like them, to a aHivo at l."bja it wi. I bo an easy matter to plant rn ,,,,1,1 ,., . iftiiirt at sueu a point that another , ; . . , . . ... ,0 necessary lor tho ro- aeparieu na.rwo remained uiuu- .. .. 1.. I '.... nt tr llm livnannf fvila on( f'ltol !.:" 1 j Tm1 tro in and around Vicksburg ; consoquencos of an endless continua I so 1 in eui'.! are in goo 1 hoaith, a'ld aro anxious to tion of dovarttatinsr war." svl 'mother o.nanco at tho abolitionists o";.'a.;emont i.- not considered im mi .o.i I I'.ero mow. ...;i.i not renew. The men aro not j. ad t.hci" morv.'y, and aro greatly dissiit sn,v!. , The i 'i.ietK'U "( ''.'r't'- I;':',-i' 'v''' a p.-esiM-t ti the :v;g :ii ;'.ii '.-M "I'lii.!! to (.,' WV'f! :;d'l'. -, t'.e:!' a.-. .;iag t.a.'.o 00 h i S 'J'll D' f'u j l i Ho. closes by Haying, wo desire tho ! cabinet at Washington to discern in all . ....... that has jit paused, proof that it will Tip: l-V.fo.-.s C n-.i.. According to 1 fin,i u9 always disposed to lend, if it do- ( Viici.ti !'!). HIS. tllO biniOUS (J.tcll !,. , ,. (',. llm ..coldonon nilUatl m'lHV IlibUIV klUIWi IMV HUWIVWtUIV 1 . I A. . is MKCiy 10 nrovo V: if lii'ti i 1 .j' i"; eiy 10 pu)o , ):(Vo jCon KiWy to nav)) ... : .... I ... I. '.. -.P.. 1 . I 1 . ,nit. 1 .iu iiinn iiiii jiULiitui ui . .. . ... - j- ,1 fr .,. 1 ! seen accepted at tho present, on the in- 1 1; ;.MVes 10 loruiat on tliot had. 1 1 ' more th.-i:t ,b.'irL-iat : 0 J ------ j 1 , d!mas.M' iy,A ct vn U ov.' t!ie (lit 0. wlierece.- i'i - f"".ip i.i. ;i::ed. 'Vit ni n-y,-y re Io.-io : .H vv'ii as i;iO )'n!' i-!e. :.!' 1 0)t. 1 jng 10 t - e .-.e!. ::". that. !ra '! I 1 V .lilV!' 1 '. Il 1, 1 1 l ii'-' " 'j 1' ici '. 1. iri ,11 1 'over iii' ! And ii e t I I, - 111. . ,.1 1. ' ' I t i 1 I I i 1 !! receive-, A s r t. i 1 i 1 '.! I 1 ,1 , 1 1 . 1 1 ... 1 1 . . from bt-ioiv lt : tercst ot pence ami conciliation. IHOVHU' llll")Ugll .!! oppo-ite ioics- 1- 1 'v. .1 0 - 1 c 1 I' vlurn. Whenever ori - . 0 i;t 1 rn 1 r.i.vard tbe'.r ..!..-. .'- e '.'!, , e " i ,)(H behind acculently or c;mmp j i vniu.it. rred.o i'-'l-m i;. ".!. m.ie ' f(jr ft m0,ne,lt, SO no guonlbl mcthvl a-, i" tb-.v h-Li b 'eo Vi ,,,;l'vmlj crHnerally lah out from t.i r t .inc.inna.i. they o;;t. another w.iy " ; , ' himaiv pnson-r ;,! they shun!.. risV ,a -r such ' nvit A s-ddier of General Grain'' , 1 m' ;, r ao ( i 4 j s 1 I'-i'l. deep, st v. ' !.r 1 wt extremity. X :dv;:H two rniie.s ;ui c 1:1.11 oej-ig i'o:: liiro'iith 1 ,;;,iy. wo s! uiting sidos, C-j" The tulhiwing and two or throe oiber (lispatelies, came to the Bulletin, bat a bad pocket, in the coat of our t- . : i-i; :i el ;t wide top, 1 ui' its widening. ! I I . . ; nr.- ii,s: universally 1 . ii .11 ioi! v-i!'i ''' 1- ...... ov !'. ". ' 7 . u,,,lrf. l vards in our 1 1 iv,.f ,,,,1 ..-I.Al i,,; !.-, WV.I Vithth- rp.cu. sixteen retob ''; ,.rrnnti.-,-i nr imi..-.-i:;tv pvi-ry wiiare with him in their raid 'l' " ' ; I - . -.1 . . .1 I l.utlMIM V UK- !tnd conhdenee nwiier-j, aini witn ;ina into tne -- .-' Washington ail bat i.mbuendi d. and prirt0niTs after b'uU kHl)ru. H " lirthle at anv mom -at t,. ho captured by W0( WPn! paroled ;vcry thing ot v.U- Stonewall " Jr.c- vvon or some other U;ibje ch iracter. hovev. r, bem,' taken preitx .fihm Uer of tho South, is it stir- tne-,r persons. prising that t!i, American lieoi-ld T7 . ., i should be sad at. heart ? Or will it bol v correspondent ot the Mobile A J sarprUiing to 11. 1 1 hereafter that Agister, thus allude to Much ii desperate sitnatioa they adopt 0f our Generals: a desperate rcmooy . Hitherto it lias ho en the. custom to poak of Mr. Lincoln with respect, a? an hone.4 man who meant well. Bu' those who still entertain that opinion are found in their disparagement of his ability, and evon of his common aenso.' The Republicans and Exterminators themselves aro beginning to hint that he is the, most) egregious failure that the A'morican system of govern moot has over yet produced, and that his resignation ofoffice, acoompanied by , that ot Afr. Hamlim tho Vice President, would be the ..greatest ooon no ooui 1 1 1 imiilit have been Ti.c inilitary engineers i UA O'i'.l c'-. ill'. 1 ,S ,"ie 1 . . . .: - ... I ; 5 not. c: -c;.!e lit tlicso views hiij we. re i!i.bii ; ope ratioiu oa Uie canal; 'th-- resuit reaiaias to bo seen, but will 'prjij.i -!y i) ' very trivi ." ICF iiXtract of a letter from a soldier to his sister in ?.io!)ile: j The papers are after Gen. Iiragg laai'i, but. p :r ignorant creatures, they (fin : H iovv what war is. ve "courier" between Winclioster and tlu dejiot c:iiii. '.l hi a t lose them. : M01SILK 12. A special dispaie'a to the Advertiser and .Register, dated MeMiniiville, Fob. llth. savs: Late northern papers show 1 ., in 1 Piiv, 1' 11 I 1.111 l.l M l I. Ill V"l -i (.( ! 1 1 it c tiinui Oe ir.a.le "b'-1 V""V t . Vp, "-, 7 .,.,.1. states arm i.ornor ,..'i:iie. tou jjuum tailor. .,, , , . . vine journal says nuiuuiii is iiha) ur mad, and begs him to rescind his proo lamation. It says tlioir soldiery will not fiht side, by .side with the negroes. The soldiers at Muriroesboro held a meeting, upholding tlo democracy ot their States. A bill has passed tho led- crat congress authorizing Lincoln to raise, arm and equip 0110 hundred and fifty thousand negroes Ibr the army and navy. Twelve Confederate prisoners had been frozon to death at Camp Douglas. San Francisco dispatches of tho 3rd say Judge Craymer had decided that greon backs wero not a legal tonder. An Indianapolis uispaicu 01 mo oru j i ,1 li i! been exte.ided j.'h; ., ' w loan, art.l if tho e;i upriiii', so as to admit tl ere r. u m inv d 'tractors, ' r,., , 1 .n! wld.'ine.d h.idlv an armv ' l?lAin1 Au ct ai4 urn mnkinrr fnrei. , tr,lv wfl1 bo found mostly among, j;L;-,;j v outaumberiiig ours, and suf-1 vesistanco to arrcst,,and great ex the third tim' tho phwV at.whi;.:! I f""Vi r.-ur,. :le..r, coi-1 and hunger lbr dtemeat has been created in conse- ln I una .ui.l "i . 1 1. .. , ,. fmfih ! .ium out twootv thousand troops, an- onfc4 ri!ai eoan try. which, under hft"gnu-tan(?band that of' the conceited .lawyers' whom ho has called to his councils, has been wrought as near to " perdition as it is possible to bo without positivo anarchy. Tho Constitution, unluckily, is, or was, a fair weather boat, not built and framod to bear any great strpss .pf,' wind, or, buffeting of to havR bonn virtually. abandoned. Mr. titit&ln is at soa-n'pbn a raft of f despotism,, upon - winch no etanns or eita Av.ithouti'eingle quality of hea 1 Whatever bin IwarL lll'lV bo to lit him for navigatii.g.tiro qcoa,n on so perilous .A,Caft,, itiii6"''Co'ustrtuloii hacpro ;;'vir& 'day mean's for' lie "getting rid t- r.hica' i.horo'i'eftnnot bo a doubt that an . offortt .woald hot immediately mado t ) acdomprrfrltih ohfr-V Undo? tho Con- to co oporato with the lower fleet upou Fort Hudson : Tho first interrogati -m has boon an- man. a single man not worn out forcemeat of Lincoln s proclamation. -lira- is no General. Could some FOltTi HUDSON, Fob. 10, of these stav-at-home warriors have! Information has just reaonett oar Rwcred in part, at least, by what has ,v-lUuMCl the :iu(T,rings ol that little picwu wa i ioix,o tlndk. t f"l(jriN 11 V flJl'lill l'il'"U "'"M J , iiiiooiul: . ... burg and Last Louisiana, L,ouAuoin huU:o in those ill connection wn.i l.ti uuusyn. 111 aro inconvenie.iccs, bat, are not serti results, as wo ntiil have a ha.nic-1 for t ravel and sappiicj ,'i'oni Texas . Now as to what they may do. It is oo.ssiblo for thorn to open their hi: canal, run ligat draft transports and freight boats through it, and thoreby land their arm' on tho river bolow the city, as the lino of the eanul is beyond tho range of our -batteries, and it is missing. 1 . . . :i.i.l...i ' fin. , vr..oli,'r,,i,iii tnHiDinlne. p.nirAi. Iliiorc,:! Sinc'UiC.S liO Ciisiiy r';uun.u 1 im am '--r-j ,.:ivhea sur rounded by all the com- pondent stales that there is the best l'.;i't.s of huitie." 'authority for saying that the . state- The L:idji77o7spoii7oTtof tho monts that tho Emperor of the Frouch :da.iehe3ter Guardian writing on tho has mado a rouowod proposal , of medi- subject of tho emancipation proclama- ation to the British Government since tion, says ho hoars a very general ox- the battle of Fredericksburg is entirely prossion ot opinion that the first black without truth. The unfriendly inter- oatra-o will bo the signal for JSuropoan prciauou upon iuo uipuiui ..u...., probable beeauso it is indispensable, if, " ' "interest of ha. ' respecting tho United States by a por-an- attack cii.hor on f.o city, or L'ort 1 VCIU,U'1 wo 7. . 1 u-.v.w.i nt IIihIvmi, is ooulemplatod by tbero. 1 mandy. . 'Bat this eanai laay also bo intende l - - ,. o brad fmvos on this sido of the river! Tho New Yorlc Herald in spoaKing below the city, and make tho next :7--iof mediation says, "that, like misery, 1 .j -t.ion of tho press, and the ' reports ot conferences with Mr. Slidell, aro unjust and unfounded. - taclc from tho Soath ; running the ram, it mflkos sU, boifoll0ws; Jcwett, Tho Kow York Iritjuno .caiU U. lor by the city, nd anchoring it about the; (iv(. vMilar,dighara and Napoleon war. until tne Lit of, -lay, and.ucn. mo-tth of the-canal, points to tais m-i -, . . substantial f;acco&8 failg, it.ul accept r.t!'. An ittomot to effect this will! are now laying their heads to.aceoxn. :he.bci attainable poicc", t .. . , . rylv not accom-j :;hfih a peuco. v.