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' liY GANNAWAV & S LATTER. L. CAVNAtUf. ' J-KUnEIt. W i n c host o r : . - Saturday Morning. Feb'y 14th. Tho Timcjs ! Tho enemy aro concentrating the mostof thoir foreo ar Spring Hill ami Franklin, anJ ncom to ha endeavoring X'j out-flantc us on the left. They may intend thia movement aa a feint, to cover eomn movement in our front, but wo aro inclined to boliova t bey aro in earnest in their flank move mont. Thoy soom to know that wo aro ready for thorn, and aro afraid to .-ittack our works in front, and aro try ing to jo around uh, with tho hopes of compelling us to fall back, but they will try in vain, aa we aro ready for them at all points. Wo ara informed that a spy, from Giles county, was to have boon hung at Tullahoma yesterday. He was pointod out by tho Captain of Andy Johnson's body guard, (who desortcd and come over to in somo time since,) who states that Una npy, whose name wo woro unable to loarn, had, to his own knowledge, recoivod, at threo dif lerent times, tho sum of ono hundred and fifty dollars, for Borvicen rendered th& enemy. Our informant iso states that thorft wcro two or three deserters to bo shot yostojday. There is ukirmishing from day to day, with a strong prospect of a fight on our loft boforo many days. If tho onomy do not advanou pretty uooo, we aro disponed to think that our boys will becomo impatient and mako tho:n a morning call dorno pretty day. Wheeler and Wharton ars operating on our loft, to provont a raid upon tho Columbia liailroad, which is in opera tion to Elk ton. OCT" Rev. F. A. Kims ai.. -Tho Huntsvillo Advocate in speaking of the conduct of Gen. S. A. M. Wood's Brigade at the battle? of MurfiwaWo, pays thr following compliment to Rev. F. A. Kimbal, former pastor of the Methodist Church at Winchester : Rev. F. A. Kimbal. formerly of the West Huntsvillo Methodist Church, at present i Criaplin of the 16th Ala. Rcafnt is reported to have acted in a manner most complimentary to his courage during the fight, lie re mained with his regiment and as his friends fell around him he was tho first to administer to their comfort. He prayed for and advised with the dying administered to the necessities of the wounded superintended the am bulances of his regiment, and in fact showed himself a christian soldier of the fight stamp. We say let' other chaplains go and do likewise. ' 0" Were we a painter and desired to personify human life, we should represent a ragged and haggard mor tal with a crust so hard that it could be broken only when moistened by tears: OCT? Somebody, noticing one of the Chattanooga Rebel's jokes, can't see where "tho laugh comes in." Paul stys it comes in on the next train. Tho Now York Tribuno says that Count Morcior denies that ho has been t party to any scheme for mediation or intervention, or that any proposal of ihm kind has evor beon mado to bim. I From the Atlanta Comuiou wealth. i Impressments. ; The President, in his lato message, ; alluded to the ixnver of unproasinont j as a military exigency ; but urged upon 'Congress that it blioukl bo guarded Dy I i'niicimiH nrovisiona aL'aiiiMt nervorsion j r . . 1 or abuse and bo under duo regulation of law. No true-hearted Southern man will objoct to u proper and honest cxcrcUo ot llm power, lor llio public service. Hut if tho public service is made a mero pretence, and this power is per verted and abused for the purpose of taking tho property ot ono citizen tor tiic urivato and individual benefit of auothcr who is a favorite, or "in co hoot" with tho impressing officer, it then becomes an intolerable evil. An alleged case of this kind will soon bo brought to the notice of tho Presi dent and of Congress, if tho facts aro as represented, it is to bo hoped that tho existing laws and articles of war will provo sufficient adequately to pun ish such an outrage. Hut it' not, as tho recommendation of tho message A'ould seem to intimate-, then Congress should immediately pass stringent laws to pre vent such instances of Hutlerism in tho Confederate army. G. Ucrfsrs. Bright and Scholefiold had again boon speaking in Birmingham iu r-iforenco t bclliirorunt rights. Air. Bright did not think any change could be made in tho determination of the Paris Congro.ia. lie questioned whether commercial men desired piwno in Amer ica. It w nil i britiir ruin to many. Ho complained ot liussoll and Glad stone, and bitterly denounced tho Lon don Times for mi.ioadin tho public on American questions. The Army and Navy Gazette says: An end to the war, except in mutual ruin, we can hoo none. Thosn who speak of reducing tho South to the! state ot San 1), miiio") littlo realize the miseries and horrors which must befall tho South if her bleeding carcass lie (in lectin ltIv o.t tho foot of arnufd Abo litiouisin." " Extract." Head Quarters, Army of Tennessee. Tuu.mioua, February iUh, 1S63. GENERAL ORDEIW, ) no. 2;. f I. At n General Court Martial convened nil rullahonia, Ienn., January -."Id, J8(i:j, in pur suance of Special Orders. No. 11, i'aragrptt 2, from these i Iiiad (Juartuis, dated Tuilahoina, January 20, 18H3, whereof Brig. Gun. 8. A. M. Wood h President, wero arraigned amis, triod tha fallo wing : 3d. viu. is; iiiuui. jt. uuver, m ia. in-, fantry, on t!io following charge- and spocifiea-L won : ClIAKOK. Misconduct in tho face of tho enemy. Sl'KCmCATION. In tins, that 1st Liout. L. N. Oliver, being! a duly commissioned omccr ot tne 1st Kqi niont Louisiana infantry, accompanied hi Regiment and Company to tho field of battle before- Murfreebboro, Tenn., on or about the 30tb day of December, 18G2 ; that on or about thi morning of the 31st day of December, 18CJ, said Lieut. L. N. Oliver, having procured a stray horso, did, during tho boat of the battle, and in lace of tho enemy, abandon his Com pany and Colors witliout warrant, or au thority, and remain absent until tho follow ing morning, although ordered to rejoin his Iinginient by Capt. Bcatty, of tha same Regi ment. All this at or noar Murfreosboro, in tho Sta,e of Tennes3oe, on or about tho 31it day of December, 18(52. To which tho accused pleaded as follows: To tho Specification, Not Guilty. To the Cl arge, Not Guilty. IX. Finding and Sentence of TnK Court. After mature deliberation, tho Court finds tho accused as follows : Of tho Specification, Guilty. Of tho Charge, Guilty. And does, therefore, $mtoncohim, tho accused, 1st. Limit. L. N. Oliver, 1st Regiment La. Infantry, ".to be cashiered, and that his name, crime, and place of abode, and punish mont, be published in tho nowspapors about tho Camp, and in tho State of Louisiana." X. Tho proceedings in tho foregoing caso having, with the findings and sentence of tho Court, been submitted to tho General Commanding, are by him approved and con firmed. 1st Lt. L. N. Oliver, 1st La. Infantry, therefore, ceasea to b( an officer of tho Con federate States Army from this date. By command of Gen. Braoo. GEORGE WM. BRENT, A. A. Gen'l. -OFFICIAL-KINLOCH FALCONER, A. A. G. rV.-ll o PniU I'v.lletia. J1V "KIT." Slept my soul within its vallay, Like a lake hemmed in by hills ; Flowers bloomed upon its margin, Frco from care and all its ills. Calmly lay this lakelet basking, In tho soft of summor's morn, Not a ripplo broke its pictures Motion from its face had gono. Soon an angel form How o'or it, Dipt his wing down in its breast, Bent hi lip down to its waters Heaved a wavelet whispered "Ileit." But not long lay it thoro sleeping, For a cloud of fearful hue, Rushed adown its mountain valley, Aud with madness o'er it flew. Tassion peal'd its fearful thunders, O'or tho lakelet's cresting wavos; Rest was wakoned from its slumbers, " i'eaco and Lov-j " found wat'ry gravos. Passion w u thj cloud that rushing O'er my soul's calm, poaeeful breast, Beat it till its waves, out shrieking, Yelled in tury " Rust, 0, Rest!" Wincubstkr, February 12, 1853. For tha Daily Bulletin. A National Enigma. I am composed of thirty-thfoo latters. My 13, 32, 20, l i. M, o, and 20, is a State of tho Southern CmtWluracy. My 31, 32, 1'J, 10, li3, and 3, is a Senator in our Congress. My 11, 3 ), 23, S. 20, 25. and 1, is a Gover nor of one of oar Status. jty li, 2, and 2t, i3 a much lamai3l deceas ed Gein-rul. My 31 and hut, is the first and last of a clis tinguishud Souihurn SlatuMiian. My 4. 21, US, 8, 10, jjl, 12, 3, S, 17 and is a favorite living Guei'Kl. My 27, 13. 32. f. 7, '.. 17. 31. 12, 22. 20. 2J. and 2. is a vessel in our young Navy. My wholo is a Jibla injunction, which all ourp toplo should obey. NOTICE. ALL PERSONS ARE WARNED NOT to trade for notes given to me by W. D 1N.K or, Jas.M. Wilson, W. P. Macfarlano a requostod not to pay to any body but ne The!! and will t notes have been stolen duplicated by affidavit, Feb. lti lw- JEjJJ. CRISMAN F R MrOR SALE I OFFER FOR SALE MY FAR1I if Estill Springs, containing 92 acre woll law proved. For particulars apply to the undei--signed on tho premises. Jan. 10 lw. A. J. MASON.- Horses and Buggy forSale. THREE NO. 1 HORSE and fliw no-te BUGGY for sale. Apply t the Bulietii Office or Post Commissary . fcb8-tf 630 ACEES OF LJLItS iFOR SALE. c. I WISU TO SELL MY DESIRABLj Farm two miles from "Winchester nd om cjuarter from Decherd. References A. g. Colyer, Winchester; Joseph Carter, Decherd A. J. Mason, Estill Springs. Jan. 28 lm. C. &. EJfBRY TANYARD NOTICE. I WILL TAN HIDES INTO SOU Leather for twenty-five eonts per pound, n.j iuto upper leather for forty centa per pound. Or I will tan on the shares for one-half. Or 1 will give spun thread, leather or money foriH green and dry hides dolivered to me at Salwn Mills or at mv tanyard. W. S. C RIDDLE. Jan. 5. dim NOTICE. The following named members of Tennoet Ktgimeiits ami Companies who died in mj around Richmond, Va., left etlects, which tht legal reprisoiitatives can secure upon pres mu tion of proper evidtneu to Cnpt. CLARENC8 MORF1T, Arista nt QuartermasUr, mond, Virginia : Allen, M. li. Jones, A. B. Council, S. L'ddy, A. J. Dowring J. F. Rogers, J. T. Caskey, (t. Reedon. LewU Holme j, Robert Sunders, J. Ji. Scarborough, Rob't U Richmond. Va. Dixciuber 0, 18.r)2. tilVniH'3soj j'apers cojiy. fob4.tf 13 -A n-jsw stokis. ; THE UNDERSIGN ED HAS .lUKTO. I'KNKDa flon- in NV iitrh-f tr and iutvncUii keep it supplied with as genrt o if j'amil i yrutf-ritt as ih'i iti;. i Uu ulusmi.. 1 have now on hni.J Sl'iiAK, laci:, SALT, Li:rj"njKiurvj; MATLilil.i, CANDY, Ton.uco, WAX TAPKRS, . k(8.. all of which will bo sol.1 at a vcrv iwedrl ck; T'i ' I . j 4 uuvanc upon c-o.-t. r" All Kinu ui iHiiit.ty produce wanted, for hich the hijhoi ptw win no pa;u in c.tsn orgooos .Ian .'')tl iht' u- W. C. MUNMiN. y j FIVE SUEST11UTES WiNTIP. V a .THE SUBSCR1IIKR WILL PAY HIGH M .... . , v HVIU WWU 1VU 111. u ll'ilrD 4 years ot ago. Chattanooga. Jan. 28- J. II. -dlOd. WILLY. SOLDIERS' FAMILIES;! 1 The undersigned, as previously announ'!'l,1 was appointed by a public meeting to raise tho sum of $5,000, for the families of soldiers in Frank'in county who need help. Agents havo been appointed in all tho Districts, most of whom aro doing well. I hope tho balanco will not delay, as tho calb for help-are now becom ing quito numerous. To tho people of, District No. 1, I havo only to say that I hope thoso who have not paid will como forward and pay up. Moro than half tho amount to be paid by this district has been paid, and I have the'pleasing statement to make that in this call for money to feed tho families of soldiers who are out fighting our battles, I havo called on but one man who re fused to pay his part. I hopo all will now como forward and pay up at once. febU A. S. COT. Y AT? WAMTIiH). 0,()()0 worth of stock i th Sl' '.villo and Chattanooga Railroad Compwi)'- Appiyio - .JUhi.r'U CAK'J JSK, Jan. li- $10 REWARD. MY NEGRO GIRL DOLLY left my home, near Cowan Depot, about tho 15th of last month. She is about eighteen years old, bla.k and weighs about 125 pounds. I heard of her being in tho neighborhood of Decherd ten days ago. Tha above roward will bo paid for her delivery at my house. febl3-lw c. B. AUSTELL. FOR SALE. A LARGE BAY HORSE AND A FA li ily aockaway. The horse is kind and genthj, and the rockaway nearly now. Enquire at this office. jBB, 8, 'C3 dtl. -dim. DciitttJ. POTATOES! POTATOES 1 1 POTATOES!)! at T. J. Denson'i store In Wiaohefttec, Dec, 14, 1862 dtf. ' PiNCY,B00XAKDJ PRINTER, ITltchrster, TeaniM' All kinds of bln' for tho use of thf ' my printed as neatly as ran bu done in the ( , federacy. A good lot ef fine colored inks . bronze, for ancy Printing, on hand. Orders promptly filled. HORSE FOR SALE. A six year old deep son el; lope llnely Apply at the jjuinw feb"-tf can be had for $150 otnee LAND SALE. ON THE 12TH DAY OF itARCH NXXl. I will sell at the Court House, In - Winched, all the real oetateof the late John Knlgbt f Franklin county. Sold by Tirtue of itd of trust executed to me. Part cash and prt credit. The Farm is a decirable one. JOHN FRIZZELL, feb7-td , Trustee,