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"l i YGANN AWAY' & 8LATTEK.
Ar i n c h ftste r :
Friday Morning. April 3rd.
'w FUINTK11 WANTED !
A "oo'l iol. printer, who can work a
hnnvlVess ltls0' cu" luul constant em'
i.i,vment at s-ood wages by applyiug
.iniuediateiv at tlie Bulletin othce
Md'ani' l.Tinussoe jqua.rm
,.f i-stvulrv has icr:-in b-?n
iluvs sine) tiie Major I
ith "Yank-e call him
' DiA Tur;,iu ' ) took K0 of bis men and pen
etrated Iwm' lu.-s t.-Antioch. about nlno
miles from Xashvil!. When within a q-mr-tor
.Acti.'ch. the whiatl of the "iron
hone" wad heard. " Dick" proceeded at once
tj havo ri' m;;j on the inhuman wretches
win., it will be r.-m.-inbered burnt his residence
rear Antioi-u. Lcavir.3 bia horses behind a
hill ho ported the m-;n o la ambnth. Four
traim lud'.-n with xnMh rs bad already Jiasied.
The QfUi ca-ncb-i. corned with blue coats,
il open ear. Crack! crack! pop! bang! whizz,
r-r, and such lofty tumbling of blue coats
mint bav. been peculiarly gratifying to the
Maj.-r and his hravi' men.
A few miles above
th., train? stopped and tho Yankees got out
,.B.l funned a lir.o of battle, but McCann and
his men wrre gono, having suflered U the ex-
tnm nun man wounded, fjr tb.) Yankees
fred v-V.cy at (!onn as they passed.
Arrivin ' at Luvvjne, the first d-pot this
t-ide of Antioch. the Yankees took off forty
o..r, ni,l f.,rtv wounded So says Mrs.
i; who .-!.w the'n.
On his return McCann captured three wag-
i,s which ho burn ;d, bringing off the teams
and two negroes as booty. Mc can tir the
Ysnkct'S if any one can.
Should this fin.J weather last may look
for larger d-m m.-Uatioiis soon, for two armies
so largo and xpe!isiv cannot lay idle much
l.ngcr. Our army is in fine spirits, ar.d when
the tiim comes for action, we will certainly
hear a good report from those that have often
been tried and never have been found wanting.
SucceH to their chivulric hearts.
Since writing tho above, we learn from a
cavalryman, that ;t heavy skirmish occurred on
the Triune and i-heihy vill pik on Tues'tay
l un. Our forces F.iecded in driving them
hack, in which the vandals bss was consid
erate, besides several prisoners.
"Vc also b arn thai 'h Yankees burned up
HOI) hundred negro. , s at Murfreesboro a few
davs 11".) to ".t rid ..f the different diseases
raging among tlueu.
The Vuhj.-et regulating tho impressment of
i.rivato propertv 1". . r inhlic use ha pa?sed both
L luseii "f (.'ngrc.i. i-i tlie nhapo of a bill re
jorltd l'r.-'ui la.- e..i.i.i:;tt.en of eonference. as a
t-uhstituto ,'r the euuipetiiig bills passed by the
tw. bodies. This substitute provides that
when property hi.longing to a j.rodncer is im
pressed it --hal! he :.;ipiai ed by tww disinter-i-jt.-d
p.'rs..:i.-. wlio . h.ill award him just com
pensation thcreivr: uud also provides for the
appointment of two commissioners in each
Stateon ly tl.c I'r'.-idcnt. the other by the
.(overnor--".-i.i h.i!l tlx a schedule of prices
tvery two ia--ntlis. or oftenrr, if necessary,
which shall reg'.ilaK the amounts to be paid
tor property impre: sfi! in the hands of any per
sod c.thar than the producer or persons holding
tho samu fu' their i.wu use. Theso are the
prorniuent features f tho bill.
It is perfect folly for any one to send in
dividual shinphisters to us in payment for the
liulletin or any work done- in our otfioe. e
will give no attention to them, and will return
jf Htamps aro enclosed to prepay the postage.
We will take the tickets of person in thig
coucty, whom we know to bo responsible, but
5Wo notice 5, 10, 2,and50 cents Blnnplasters
issued payable when presented in sums of ten
ditllarn. Now such ticket? bear Jraud 00 their
face, for why not redeem them when presented
in sums of jive dollars, er even one dollar,
for thero is an ample supply of five and of one
dollar Confederate- notes.
CT Vi'o see lroiu ii:;iuy of our cx
changes that tho lurrucrs in all of. mc
interior of tue Confederacy aro going
to pay strict attention to the planting
of something to eat, and are determined
to valve the cotton question, except,
as tho old lady says, enough for "spun
truck." Farmers of Franklin county,
every man of you' do likewise, plant
everything that will do to ctt, and cul
tivate well. Let us'prove to the infer-
nal Yankoos that we can live without 1 IS chicken-hearted' Ferlutp
being allied with them in any way,, Nyt arC gTad "tooosJrve that our
shape or form. We have tho rich lands j .u.0.iy;I1? gVt,xt ., tteution
and tho industry. Up, at the peep ;lotheir ,ranlclis; -phis ai guos well,
day; keep pace with too lark; ioi ';" j
tho rays of the sun penmate your win. ;
diw and find you hugging your p.llow;
be ma eluggisli or inactive, tut l,.io
Cincinnatus, the great disciplinarian
in an agricultural and industrial sense.
Remember the words of Henjamiu
"Early to bed and early to ri?c,
Makes a man healthy, wealthy und wiic." j
Health, of course, is a licking, es-
pecially these times, wlien it requires ;
all of our physical as well as mental
strength and ingenuity to keep matters
and things in tho right channel. No
time now to procrastinate, fanners, but
let every ono put his bhoulder to theit)li!j jniportunt measure. Tho necessities vi
wheel and labor for the
trooa 01 ins
country and people.
- - . . .-
feiT The flying up of the heels of the
Yankees on the trains near Antioch a
tew (lays ago, wo aro told, was quito
amusing to Maj. Jick McCann's men.
We trust that '-a lew more of the samo
sort" wi'l bo lifted out, of their Dostou
brogans. Our gallant boys arc wor
mv irnv fellows pick them oil as you
would crows or black birds, abolition
ists or Murrellitcs they were made to
be killed off by honest Southern soldi
ery, by men and boys fighting fur all
that is HAcred an holy. We say in all
candor, quoting Irom the immortal
Bard of Avon:
Lav on Macduff,
And dam'd behimwtto tirstrries, Hold, enough.
The remarks of that distin
guished man, Dr. Palmer, which may
be found in to-day's paper, on tho "Is
sues of the War," wo trust will be read
with avidity by every porusor of the
Bulletin. We have had the honor of
listening to this powerlu1 and eloquent
oxpatiator on the rights of the South,
as well as the evil and demoralizing in
fluences and corrupt incentives of the
Puritans who havo all become aboli
tionized and hateful in tho sight of God
j&T Some of our exchanges say that
tho wife of (Jen. Bragg is lying at tho
point of death, in Winchester, Tonn.
Such is not the case. It's true, Mrs
Bragg has been quite sick for sevoral
days, but we are pleased to state that
oho is convalescent.
JPSy In Louisville, on tho 11th inst ,
the demand for the notes of th'o threo
old Banks of Tennessee was good at
2a2J premium. Southern currency
generally Irom 23 to 450 per cent dis
count. tfBu, After all of the boasting of the
Yankee oflicials for the last two years,
their "On to llichmond," &c., we daro
say that many of them now exclaim:
Monte parturient et nascitur ridiculus
jggg" Yesterday moruing was delight
ful. How tho birds did 6ing for tho
damsels to promenade like fairies O
for a continuation of each a beauti
We are gratified to learn from
several of oar farmers that their wheat
crops look quite promising.
rvin.' tho invaders a grunt ileal in the ;' 0T uever may na u ,mn
1 . ! t:ie Government mav need, its equivalent la
vicinitT cf Nashville Ktirring news curtf.m:v, which a high 'authority in Yirgir in
is dailv anticipated. Give it to them ha- .tly decided ., he in value in mar-
' 1 l ft " Thu will uriloe t the hi. ur,Lr lihicts into
A friend of ours yesterday pail f.oj
dollars lor a chicken in thia marlfot
lod tho seller wasu't chicken-hearted
in nskin. it eitl,er.-,
, . . - , o . I
jg- rrctty tight paper, that self-
damo chicken-hearted ciii'ikoH dealor.
But, tho above story is nothing to what
wo can mention. While at Tupelo
hint summer, a lady charged a friend of j
ours five dollars for a piece chick,,,,
slico of bread and a cup of rye oouVe
anJ wC CO:1;:nUUato them iu vegard to
imn0rtant matter. Fill your
. 1 ...I I ...... .iH ....-,
arucns wnn onions, c;u 'Ug , n-nu- v ,
" , . , .t,;n.r tt.ot w;il
peas Uam, and everything tint w 11
bo palatable. Let not a spot remain
uncultivated in your gardens.
f The well known and popular
hotel property, says the Lynchburg
tyUlltCaa,in that city, known as tha
i.W'ashington House," was sold at pri-
vat0 5il0 0n Saturday last for SS".UOU.
William n. Hull, Esq., purchaser.
The Impressment Bill.
The Columbua Times savs that Cousrress has
dune at least one good thing in the jiassagv of
the Government may romp 1 it to resort to
impressment to provide supplies tor tlie army
but we are satisfied that had the provisions of
this bill been the guide to the Government
heretofore, no instance of impressment would
thus have occurred. The policy of seizing the
property of individuals r.nd allowing only one
outrage alike upon the rights of tho ciuzen
and the laws of political , economy. If per
sisted in it would assuredly have starved both
the army and the people. "Vu ar- glad that
wiser counsels have prevailed.
Under the reguhuions prescribed by this bill
tho producer 1.1 sure of receiving tor hi bacon.
which provisions havo been driven by the un
wise and suicidal orders of tho Secretary of
War, and place those treasures in the markets
of the country. If now smite- changes in the
system of transportation coul l be effected,
whereby supplies could be more equally distri
buted, we should have as good a condition of
tilings as could be expected in time i.f war and
comparative scarcity. Favannuh (On.) Xms.
Gen. Iboussenu has been uuthorized to raise
10,000 cavalry in Kentucky to protect F.oee
crans' rear from our cavalry, and to guard
Kentucky from our raids.
"We want 100 or 'J00 pounds of tallow, find
will pay the highest market price. We have
to use from 8 to 10 candles every night, and
are about out. Therefore apply soon.
Provkietg:; Daily BunzTih.
Mar. 30. dtf
BETWEEN THE RESIDENCE of A. S.
Colyar and Dr. Wr.i. Estill's, a largo Cameo
Breastpin. The tinder will bo liberally re
warded by appling at this office. apr 1.
HUN AWAY FROM TUB SUBSCRI
ber, living at Decherd, Tonn., on the liiith
int., negro girl, 18 or 0 years old, very
dark, named Jane. No marks remembered.
She is quick spoken, and shows her teeth quite
plainly, when talking. The above reward will
be given for hor if secured so that I can get
mar31 dlw. T. A.WOKD.
Buggy and Harness for Sale.
A NO- 1 CONCORD NO.TOF BUGGY
with nice harness for sale. Apply at the Bul
letin otfioe. Marli'J dtf,
TAR! TAR!! TAR!!!
1,000 GALLONS just received and for
sale at A. JOURDAN'S STORE,
Agt. for A. K. C
mh27-3w ' Winchester, Tenn
ScrxRiNTESDENTsOrricK, N.t&C. K. K.
Chattanooga, March 19, 1863.
M ACHINESTS, CARPENTERS and La
borers. Liberal wages will be paid. Apply
to E. W. COLE, Sup t
Splendid Chewing Tobacco.
TO BE HAD AT DANIEL JliHAZEL
TON'S Store in "Winchester.
Nov. 26 tf.
M. O. OSBORNE has constantly on hand a
extra assortment of tobacco of different grades
very fine cigars, pipes, to which ne in
vites the attention of the public. Store at the
old Btand of Noah Crane, Winchester,
mar 20 dim.
ON THK 6TII DAY OP MA V, 18M n
Cowan, in Franklin county, Tennessee, 1 wyj
lUC Utll"i- iy J J w .if tug jjfj.
nino miles of tho .Scwanu Mining Conifany'i
11m.i1 lloud, which exU-nda from near the Tun-
r.el. in Franklin county, to the first Coal 1
a di-unco of nin.i milea.
This salo is made under a decree of the Ch
ct'j-y Court ut. Winchester, made at its Febru.
arv ti-rm. lw5. in the case of B. V. McGeh
!im j0)in y. e,oukl against the Sew
UC"U ucrciviutc Bum uj ii.i,7 .j! aiu IOUH 1U
favor of the suui" parties. The galo will t
made foi cash.
II. K. ESTILL,
ap'2-td C. and M.
. 1 4.-.1' .,,1,1 1... AannA C - : J ty
ON TilJK 6TH OF MAY. 18C8, atthS,.
van''i Coal Bunlig, in Marion county, I jjj
ell for ca-th to the Litrheit bidder, .he
. . -i . 1' 1 i' r t! .. .'
1 or ngni ii iuucij)uon vi oowueo jiinng
I CVanpanv in and to the Coal Banks, Keal E,.
, lnJ.Kftil K , ext(!ndi .al t
lal Hanks to tho mines, being a distance if
about twi lvo miles. tJai-i equity of redemp.
tion is in what is known as the Wooton land
heretofore sold in th case of 1J. 1 McGeh(
an 1 John V. (iould vs. the Scwanec llininr
-any, including the Cr.al Hank, beiit
soiue o('u acres more or less; and ako the
of redemption in the Hail Koad aforesaid, soii
in the same case.
This jale is iiiado under a decree of the
Chancery Court, at Winchester, at its Febru
ary term, 13G3. in the -I'ase of the Nashville
a'ld Chattanooga Kail T.oad Company agaii...t
the Se.vanee Mining Company, Taos. Kioard
son and John Crydcr.
If this sale does net pay the debt - abuw
Jio.OGO I will, o'.i the next day (the I'th 0'
My at C0w.1i), in Franklin county, sell ; 1
the intercut which the sa)d Sawatie.e Minim'
Company has in and to three tiv-ihoiiw:,.:
acre tracts of land iu Franklin comity, entered
in the name of M. Porter, T. S. Logan
Wallis Pistell, and conveyed to faid Se.iriv
Mining Compaiiy, and which land Ins in
L'ranklin and Grundy counties, y. top cf t un:
berland Mountain, t'eing entries N.is. ld.
l'.i'JT and iu (tie othve of the entry tuk.T
of Frai klin comity.
II. K. KSTILL,
np2 td C. and 31.
Office of CouiEiandant of Corj5crip!
K.s'oxviu.e, March Cu,
F.nro"ir.g 03iecrs w ill not turn over to dS
errs tYTP?Ii the aimy in recruiting smiea si.j
conscripts collected at the piacn of rencYzvouj
when a county is called out. Lor will they iut.
over to such idliccrs any conscripts hichuVj
may, at any time, arrest, but will send all su.it
wen to the Camp of instruction, to Lu uiitni
uted among the diffcri nt regiments
Enrolling Otliecrs are further director",
to respect any certificates of en:plo nit-nt f
the Nitre service from Captain X. j. Kinnit,
bearing date s'..be(p.ent to the lt'th cf .lata
ry, 186". All persons employed in said crir
since the liuli of January must havu reguls;
detail raiiers irom this othce.
lv order ot
LT. COL. K. Jj. BLAKE.
Cimmaiidnt of Constrij1!.
T. S. 'Wkiui, Adit. jrhWw
Office ok Commandant er CoK&nurr
Kr.oxvillo, March 16, 183
Officers commanding recruiting detachmenu
in this State are hereoy ordered to send in their
weekly returns to this omce promptly.
officers failing to make 6uch retur. will I
immediately arrested, and charges will bep
tcrred against them lor uisobedience 01 ore
Ly ordr of
Lt.Col. K. D. BLAKE,
Commandant of Conscript
T. 8. Weld, Adjt. mhilM
ON THE BIG KOAD, 2 MILES "WEST
A lare quantity of FRUIT TREES to
sale at former iiri'ecs. They are confident?
recommended as embracing the very betqj'
mes ot Tint yet known, for tne tame, nii"
incr. distilliner. cider and for loner keening.
Planters should bear in mind that the nnr
putting out large quantities of treel will "cl
necessarily gi ve them a profitobU orcfiwo
That will altogether depend upon the selects
thev make, and to nelect aright requires ag'W
deal of experience. We have been pisatcj
tor iorty years, and still AdcI somem"-6 -learn.
Our trees am just the right ga aad v.i
very cheap. Call and tee them.
Direct r. O., Winchester, Tenn.
Late Langdon & Cherry.
feb2Mm cf NaihvilW
S. A. IIANDLY, Winchester, lew-.
thoriz.'d to receive and receipt for a m
due Irby ilorgan & Co., Nashville, Tenn.
All persons "indebted to said firm willp
call and settle their indebtedness. .
mar24-tf IKBY MORGAN it
TOE SUBSCRIBER HAS A 0. OJ
JACK that he will sell on reasonabl
The Jack will bo seven yean old ne ""
and is large and well made. Sired by
and Baker's Jack.
March 4 WM. C, UPSCOM
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