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BY G ANN AW AY & SLATTER.
I. .A.NN'AWMV. '.V. J. MA ITER. W i it o h e s t o r: Wednesday Morning, March 18. Tho crimes! We nae m'thing oi importance fivm the ;r e.t. bo; : 'I r..I ojji ii piv.vaiU a ra-njj i. m. e it ii . f Li'liiiUiTfi th:it u moves will lie Mi'i Jj soon. S.ime arc nl.u ni l i 't thr army vi.uM lit II b;'."h, I'll? (ten. Mmg:; h.1-. di-played t.i ji;- ivi i.- im-aiis lit' sity. This is a part of sue--e- if armies ii uii- i'. ncruisnlp i-rijn(i treat i'l im '.' ncee h art lit" wur. Tli e.-.-!aiii. and a r. t: vit rn'i-t be jjcured ill cu.ie Ol '.he .V MM. 'l'lv! :n:M ten il-iy -i promise .something start ling in front, and it-; We lio.v hae enough pa pr to iu fir f)iii' i'T live in nlh-. ur reader- may expect t li"tl.tiiy p.wted. !,!,;" W ui'ii goo I weather .shall have c-p.-ned ij.tr farmers should ru-h wit:"i's through in tii -ir !,n iviin v.i! rapidity. -No time ilnaM J..! uwl in tiil!.g the ground. Every availa ble sp.t - !m.iM b w.'ll an 1 thoroughly tilled. i .unl aV.m.bui of iivcry tiling planted that, will rne,-.r,:y tor ui.iu and b;at. i pre till - :. .it .t:i 1 d'etre t.i k-cji t'i-. subject be- f-.re tlnMi.i.,..le. W lit" etretglt t-i eat all I witl be v''!. raun. i to lir-Xr. A :'-w more day f g- -id w-Mthef ami Lo m.r.t:i.1 Will iUVO t'- IUaV ;l Ill'Vi Of DlM,,'!,' v,i!i fjre.5 l.iia to m vc, that t'ljiu double qui. k win . ! i 1' " h-ig ;U o:d ,c -..i:i !: -I mid uis m.:. rr.; ,. a L.d: from Ca; t. t-ifi1 :.i ,t !!., lit w.i- vu-y !:gr-" rwii.in ' deli'.''.t i.i i:,V t. ! ti.l V M.il'i! . Ta'! I'. lUiiiu -ii.m riu:si.N is. A ( (iiiiij'i.'iU'r in t'rii, n'lieii ri-'UVed "II 111 l-!l-'.Ii-d:iy two t,euil- iifnl .rventN!ir wlii:1 lie Vntums his 4:ieer tliaiiK-;. Ae:- -;.', l.idie-;, hi- be-t i.li" -i!ie iiienory nf ymr t'uvor will l.rl-lit-n muny :m i.t lit r -vi jdo.miv hour, uikI when i"iiue nnl li-iiinfi.i (..ver nor de.ir u.r.i' lllr lIUH'V will l'e e M tile h.i -in.-(it in Wiln-le-tev. A Curious Law. Tlio militia law of tho State of Mis.njsippi, we lourn, dooi not iempt those connected with tho prow. This is, to our mind, to say the luxst, a curious law, for in tlia evuat news papuri ur-j abolished, what are the poople to do for vohieled for the traniinission of inwlligenoo wUie.h vitally coneefni them? IIow are tho aohicvmonu of tho horoio soldiery to la ehi-j:a.di'd ? An J if this ba a good Uw, sup pose it v.vro .t it men Wiiuia Do tuo reoiiit: to say tho porioet wreck it would mako of th doo trine of freo peech in tho South, it would hand over to tho Yankees tho entire business of iiiilan history for poaturity 30 far as this strulo is ooncorned. Deprived of tho choap cit. an I most accessible sources of information, niir children would grow up in ignorance, and the n ;t generation would therefore be incom petent oither to appreciate or perpntuato tho boon of iulpondenco receiveij ut our hands. It would bo to deprive, at one fell swoop, our people of their daily intellectual food, and this, ten, without any compensating ah'iuiUges. For our part, we hnvo little wish Ixurvive the freedom of speech and of the press, no matter nndir what gu'ue it may come. CoL P. Turney. With pleasure we transfer from tho columns of the Chattanooga ttobel to oar own paper tho following compli mentary and truthful notice of Colonel Peter Turnoy. Col. T. has been with his frienJs hero several days, and is pretty well recovered from his wound. His speech is much injured, which is euajtei in ail the States, what 1 6Uroy to bo g roatly regretted, for ho lothere-iuit? To say nothing of ,.E Un h!j which has so ofiou poured forth its el oquence at tho bar and on tho stump. By-the-bye, wo havo a fine joke up on .Col. T. ami another gallant Colonel of our town, who had tho misfortune to lose afoot, which thall appoar aoou that is, if Mr. Nichols don't object, and we'll risk that. Personal Col. Pete Tuknky. Wo are pleased to learn that this gallant ofticer who tiasijccn sojourning fursiino weoksat tho residenco of Mr. Graham, near Bridgeport, is slowly but surely recover in it of tho wounds recuived in th ureat battle of 1 rodoricksbury;. (.Jul. X. raiscdHhe First Trnnessoe lieinicnt in tho Confederate service, even beforo tho State of Tonne.se3 h id separated from the ITnion. Seeing the uecossi ties of the 3"oung Culudcraey, as to soldiers, he threw nide hi-s luw books and tho heavy praciiee in which he was engaged, and embarked his all life, fortune, reputation and hi lure prospects in the great cause ol' .Southern iudi;eii deneo. Xh rough the agem y of jmblic addresses (lur he is a very otlective pc puhir orator) he t.m raed a rci nient and was unanimously elected to command it. Soon then-at'ler he re ported at liicluiioinl, and has been con tinually engaged in nil the battles and exhausting militarv service around C'io The quietness in front iviuler.it out nl' our power to furniah anything of interest to the readers of the llulletin, "U'c expect to hear itirring news in a short timr. Everything ii moving on iidmirablv. Office of Commandant of Consorint. , Kkoxyilie, March 3d. if 4 Enrolling Officers will not turn ovet t cers from he army In rceruitim conscripts "collected at the place of ta. when a county is called out, nor will the 1 over to such officers an conscripts which tki maw .if anv limo nrr.tcf Kit, .MI . . till?- .......j ,., "lu send an , ' men to the Camp of Instruction, to be rfufr uted among the different regiments Enrolling Officers are further directed to respect uny certincates of employment'' the .Nitre service from Cnnfnln n' f ...nl " - j- , j Jriiih' bearing dute subsequent to tho l&th Pf i. ry, rooo. au persons employed in said w diiiv li.u Ab.(... 'i u wuutii j uiuflfc uaVQ term detail papers Irom this office. By order of LT. COh. E. D. I5LAKE. Commandant of Consent. T. S. Wxhb, Adjt. NOTICE. During my absence TI10S. J, JACKSOV will net as my agent, in collecting and ml out my debts. All who are indebted to ti will please call and settlo at the earliest A. G. CLOPTOX venince. mhlO-tf , "j ;?c i j'.'iu it'.''"' d' Tile .MMei, trO.-., nil II ' r,ll b!e,,ui. The winter, we ' ii'im'v., novo!:; ihiiii: . t;t::. e-.!-i-.lav w:i r mv o:iy- 'e. ,irei..-iur!ed wt.er.- of a Vike, un- ' thi. miii ;ei,::U iVirouat".. -d t:-il- !. .u t'n- ae;!!.-' jV-.llM i'ijr We had quito a pleasant jaunt two miles Mid a half in tho country List .Monday, tj the residence of Mr. Green I5ra.elton. We spent an agreeable tims iud 'od found tc. old geuileinaii cosily sealed by a comfortable tire, p hi 1 'ring no doubt over the lul'.iira of his af flicted country, and her glorious prospects. We were treated with great kindness by him, his good lady, his interesting daughter and the family. Mr. Driz.dton i.i one of the tirM ;;irni'-rs of Fnnklin (Munty, owns a beautiful, Wiiiiuni-i rk-h tract of land, and his residence situated :ui I 1 1 1 j; 1 1 ! v en-1 on an elevated .spot, handsomely adorned with elinv. iih suehUii:!e tre-s. Heing a South Carolinian by liiiv, Ciintain. ! o:;'iM, ot course he is a real, unjinai tioutliern- er in the strictest seiun. We were pleased to oli.-iiTvo that he is determined to make a crop, and is turning over his rich, mellow earth pivoarat'iry to the rri'ptiun of seed, l.i-t nil farmers I'ollew suidi an example make plenty to eat ami all will he rit ht. A Ut the Senior :fid hi, fr'nn 1, Mr. J. It. S., tiad shared the night, and 1 pt roundly, w, aiuie hiu'lily retri'shed, took a ph a-anl w;ilk, li-'ene 1 a: th? birds sing sweetly, then return et'i a:i I eiijeVe 1 ft til. i,t eeei 1,-u t hreak t'a.il. - V e ruo TeU, ninit referillg to the sweet lilll-.-i;' firni-'ie I by tlmt. .ioeo:u;lidi ed lady, Mrs. lino !e,, ik" 1'iano. .he prfonnvd s'un ird'iiirii'.i.! pieces one in particular, the ''.Maid i'ii. I'r.iyir." We eoiieriitula'e her in reeani l.i her tine musical talent. Miss Li.xie P.. ei,!ert:ii:ii.'il us with t wo beautiful songs, lifter vv'.iii It w " tipped ("I'll- lmavor and soon found i.nrseif once iruTiJ in onr sanctum, eager t soreis a few sentiineuts with regard to those we highly eoteem. r'lilUil. i Hl I ,- in coe'i! ARKANSAS LANDS FOR SAfi SEVEKAL SECTIONS OF AKKAXsi Jia. im, wnuiii a jew nieirs rule "t JpipV, can tie bought very low tor l oiuYdi'rau' v, or In. mis. Enquire at (Lis office. ' mhS tf Now is tint Xiiiio to lUT, Oi'oliurcls. We have a lurgc lot of Southron grown t Southron varieties of FKUIT'TEEES of evt kind, 5 years old. large and fin. for sale i low prices. Also, SEEDLING PEAQ TPiEKS, for So pt-r hundred, for which. M ill take any money ttiat is passable, iu t countv. C;:ll afol ( for voui-sclvcs. S. W. II0UGH10X CO., tbl8-tf Nurservm.ii "rOE SALE THE SUnsOKIREK HAS A NO. OS! .1 At.'K that he will sell on reasonable tern The Jack V ill be Seven yehiT. old next Julia- and is larire and well made. Sired Iv Jh", and linker .Tal k. Mareh l WM.'C LTI'SrOMl Tit i t' tee:u, f.r ' in .e, I'a.i bedi l-, ii asi. W" e.MI!) C-l'd 1- i! Ui'e i- a'a :g:, and 1 b (lli'e, i.i a vieii time. - Thainf ' ii'd lor rl"!i.;h! ful weat her one i i;i.r: A yi.ung l.t-1 v- told u tbe other uii:lit .-Ii.-. hal no svVei ii 't'.i f in p.iriiculur. V"('. inked In ;- if .-,h : had one. ir. .'iieral. Oh, Ve. s i v ; tr '1 i:l Iri''lldeal. Sdltli that Ste- x'rn Walton, a "..'.ved barber it Augu-ta. ro fu '.. - s'ei.ve ail foreig.vfj who claiui tho yirot".t':.n !' !'.if"p'-.in j-.ivernmenfs to keep .nit f,f tisc (V.iifeden!te, army. St'.ve .iys that 'rivirv w'die ra: oiiht t'. lit'! l.r de en'intry whar he his r.ib, -r leave imi'tuUr." I'.p.sO.va i,. --A eorr.tspi.iident of the Mont gomery Ad -('i ti -:er, writing frmn lliehmon 1 on the l?A n't., k,'jA that IVe.ddent D.(.vis ha; ben I'o'iifincd to his lunisc for two weeks, and is a great .-'uth -rer. A n abseevi has hivn formed on the temple net to his sound e, a id it i feared by It is l'rieuds tint !i will !se the sight of that eye nbo. ' .... . A I'artii'aliir -f-V.il cutiou fs railed to the advornvment of Mr. T. Z. G.v.s v.vv.'w, in thi- niornim;V isin. It will be seen that he will '.(for for Mile at 10 o'clock h.ime Housthoid Fui-niluie. Attend tbe auc-ti-Ti. TKe Furniture is good. v !:,.! .1.... ;T .... . .i , I "I 1 "w vv uauuieini-uuKiiMuiiwr sin) na t TO HE HAD AT IA MEL dtflAZEl turned out to he; of tho S-uithorn TON'S Stre in Winelion.-r. Conledoracy. (.'ol. Turney, wliiUt yet j N'. -o tf. it young man, han made a history for - - - himscll in pliant deeds and hVroic ! CHERRY'S NURSERIES, bearing on fifteen hattle-lielils. Alter jo. TIIK l;oAI). '. MILKS K a eonslnut service of eighteen tonlhs, : OF Wl Nril EST Kit. ., . ... i i iiiiuuugn ni i i; nines wore I l'e(llcll ti V pierced with halls, he was never huri o'.isly woiii.di'd until the great halt.e of Fredericksburg, in whicii In; receiv ed a hull ihroudi 1 1 A large quantity, of-FlilTI' TKKES! sale at former i r'ne.-. Tbev are enntitkt Ch b'e Gks. BttAiiii.- We are. pleased t) observe from many of the lend in p.ifers of the South t'lat the Ve:!i.r.::.-t!i- '. Oi;',..fuin wV.rje Uaiiie hew).-, tbis arti.:! i . reri.rd 'd ua 4t-a.- oiaa for the tiuifs We .-ha! I tr.-m.ifer the saiae at r, prop'T Uns ft to t.1 e columns of ta li.ill-fin. An flM tach-!or is a t-ra-.-elh-r npni life's railroad, who Las rntirel v faiir.d to mak.-1 the prop.-r uron'i t en.- f'. c. Good for '.inv. ive to 'ay ovrr i: r.iil the n.'vt f-i'i, mil rher. the r vi wi'l h-i blockaded hocn hung up to the first trco come to. uf.h soldiers. Fitv ;,d,e on tho Bach. fJrccnevUlc Banner. (ten. Wool bad ordered a patrol force to as certain the number and description of Un arms in the city of New York, and also the quantity of ammunition now in the stores of that city. This was charged by the New Yok Express to bo a precautionary movement of the. Lincoln Government against a popular outbreak. - - - ---.- The Governor of Florida hus issued an ad-dres- to the planters of that State, warning I hex not to yield to tho delusive prospect of an early peace, and plart cotton with the hope of realizing great gain. He says, with much truth, that " whether a peace shall be made or the war be continued, there must necessarily be a pnissing demand for provisions to suj ply the wants of the people of the Confederate States. '' I'EKtSONAl.. Col. H. C. LOCKHAKT, of Gen. I'il'ow's istatf, arrived in our town yesterday afternoon. The Colonel is a whole-souled gen tleman and we hop.? his stay will bo a ploasant odk. Our sanctum is a, his nervice. Xkw Commandant oethk Post. We had the pleasure of an introduction to Colonel Iou.su, the new Commandant of tha Post st this point a fow days ago. Ho ii a man that comes among us highly rocomaended and wa tako great pleasure in speaking of his merits. yST Wo understand that on Thars day last, a man was caught trying to 'sot fire to tho bridge at Loudon, and was brought to Kuoxville and confined in prison. Ho had with him kindling wood, spirits of turpentine, anil roateh oa ready for tho destruction of tho bridge, it this no bo ho aught to havo reeenilliended IIS I InbniCl ne, tile very licet 'It. ith s nf Fruit vet known, for the table, marl. f in.r it i-t i i li ri r i.t.li.i. Ciir lni.e Livriini' ie iiiouui, Knoeiiin; ' nr. ,,.... 1.1 I r i. i..w,.l tle.t thci t ,. . . ......-. -.- . out Ins trout, teeth and catling oil' a ! putting out huve ((uantities of tn-.-s will portion of his tongue, and passing nut : neeessm-iiv give' them a irv(nMr imk at the. back of tho bead.' It i-i a mira- 'l ll:lt wi" "lt"LC'-ther depend upon the sleii iC.il,..; .,(.. ..hva.nul i;,. ri . tm-v Make, ami to seleet nrielit re. tiiro :i;T iii.u ne la now .un e alio tii ve like to , -, , -. . i . .ii.;, ! ih-al ot ex I it Tlenec. e have lieeii ! .. ... . i . .:it 1 11"! l.'IM e;H.', I.IK.I Mill IIIMi S( 'lll.-llio - ' I learn. To thO Ladies. i Our. trees are juht tlie right a;,"' un.l sir..-f For th- aeeduimodatiou.if iV Indies 1,.. I'hmting out very h.-iilthy. very vig-r .,...,,,, . . . I Very eheap. Call and tee them. wt,h to v,s, j uhauoma Lo see th-.r sons, hus- t i,ilv,, 0 WiiK-hest-r. Tcnn. bands, orotiiers, thciri and friends and j (.'. ( HKltliY. witness a Guneral Keview of the Armv, and j 1 Late Langdon .: C ln-rry. return the same day, the passenger car will fd,L' 1 1 m of Nu,livill. run to Tullahoma on Thursday. llth inst.. remain three or four hours, and return 'same day. V. W. I'ETTY, (unJur.tur Jl". tj-.l. n. u. BuThe Editors of the llulletin tender their thanks for the polite invitation extended ot. j 1 L M. ' !v! I.) W A.l ? 1) V,. the part of Mr. Petty, who, as a Conductor, j Wholesale and lletail Deu!ri cannot be exeelled in lh position lie tills-: T, , ,.. . r ... . x rt mi'C We shall try and be on hand. ! 1." AM I L (jr )L L W' . : A N- 1( AUCTION ! ! COMMISSION MERCHANT, i n ! At Daniel's Old Stand, A'a in WJUTIl.lLf. STM ATLANTA, f.KOKGJA. Anv re.i-tv flmf will send MP "' prews ,T,.-aeK ol sounu lirel goon Jiis" IIILSIL I'OTATOKS. O O 37" JP IU B S U G A K I WILL SELL A LOT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,; THIS , MORNING, (the sack of potatoes to weiuh cut' p"' r .mi ii . : . hrd. At the residence of James Campbell, ZZ COUMEXCINfi AT 10 O'CLOCK. ti. Z. GAXNAWAV. i Oznaburss .nick. febl7-lm F. M. l-iDWAR' marl 8. STORK TIIF CXDKHSU'rXF.D HAS Jtt rKNKDaatorein WinchMor and in.-" Confederate States Court. NOTICE IS HERF.K V civkv uti whom it may concern, that the District Court r'f jamily procerus as the tnarkoU 2ef- ot t&o Uontederate .states, tor th Middla Dis-i 1 have now on hand tnct ot J ennesoee, wul be holder, ir. Winches tor, Franklin co., coniQenciug o'a WEDNES DAY, the 1st day of April next, sad -wld con- wnu. v.u ine nuiineps ts disposed of keep it supplied with as yncr&l c SUGAR, KICK, . SALT. By order of Wzar. II. litJiii-URSYB, Judge ; of said Court. This 10th day of March.' i nihil -td J. B. CLEMENTS, Marshal M. Tejin. OFFICEE'S PAY ACC0U1YTS ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT THE Daily Bulletin otHoo. : ; . J'EtTER. LKTTBKFA?' MATCHES, . CANDY, TOBACCO, WANTED, ' A NEGRO BOY OR MAN, of good qual ities, to wait on an Officer in the Army. The highest pric will be. paid. For particulars enquire at this ollice. febI7-tf SNUFF. CIGABS, Tr . v no nu ; t 1 . i, i. , . .,, i i .. v..rv UK an oi wmcu win oe soia ai ;vy .. adv.nico upon cost. J&f" All kmd.-ei i produce wanted, for which the bigai will bo paid in cash orgoous. JaJi...lUU4. dtf Vi. 1