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She aito nUctitu
"r i n o h o s t o r :
Sunday JBlorning, April 18th.
CV'" A luJy in t Lis county sends uh u
! t of ru's urul tlio following kind note :
1r. !i,.vm:u: I send you fift)r
v.uikIs of ragi, and huvo made a rag
"n vbic to savo moro for you.
!.'. ! r.ul'.etin sliall not suspend for
.,-.i:.t ' r.t.v, If I can !u:lp it. I would
i.. bo witliuuf. its visits for :i considcr
u'Sn: niiiii. Allow mo to congratulate
you upoa l:iviiij tho nontext print of
nny journal I have seen !
l';u;in; by tlio cornpllmont our friend
p iys t) tho neutnc53 uf our print, wo
thufilc lier heartily for her efforts to
tojpply u.; w'dlx the only mmnj that can
mourc plenty of paper. Let all others
follov,' her example ia saving rat's.
iioretoloro many thrown away scraps
and strings which, had they been saved,
would havo brought a pretty good sum
in these, times. Lot every lady insti
tute a rag bug, ami see that wasta cot
ton, linen, or fabricks into which these
substances fiijcr, are saf.'ly stored
Tar. 'Im kv WAsarxjTO.v's Mormcu.
A i"."ed.:ricUt.ur:j k-ttor say.-- that tho unfin-i-.hl
monument t '-Mary, tlio mother of
Washington," r;car that city, has betu much
iL.ist-.i by vi.-it'-.ra. The sides r almost eov-,,r,-'l
v'.tlt names of persons who have vit.it--J
the spot. The edges of tliH itunei: also have
t"'i.n hroki-n off fur relit.,;, until thn monument
Is very much defaced. Further than this, theru
are many indentations and black spots caused
by this sh.!s of sportsmen in former days. It
was t -t vvft-rt the opposing kroiios at tho battle
of Frc i.-i-ic U iljji-g, but. craped farther injury.
Hiould fin' Yankees nuke another attack at
:hr; point the. iijoriuiin-rif will hardly escape
weli, especially If our nun un posted if: the
i'i:t pits which no'-v almost encircle it.
H ini !!: 1,0 K..'o-fT. r.,.r.erl Scott'.-; health is
?a:d to bft failing him fasl. Jle is confined tn
.11- ipartinents in th. Fifth Avenue Hotel. N.
"l Ol'k, almost ent.ireh holt, let . nml it !y ci.l
mind at length is breaking down under
the. weight ot year, and mental and bodily
paf Our hand traible i Tha bWd courses
faster through our reins, and every semblance
of cowardice is exorcised from our breast,
which heave now with patriotic emotion.
We step to our sanctum window and see what
the matter 11. Anon, a soft, lute-liko tone,
then, like a thunder-dap, falls the peal of well
timed chorus upon our ears. 'Tu thu brass
band ef the ltlth Alabama Regiment one of
tho best, if not the best in the semee playing
in compliment to our citizens.
Apropos, -we have been informed that the
noble boys of the 17th Tennessee band cave
us a serenade fi htm they were down here. The
bulletin failed to notice it, but lay the blame
to old Father Morpheus, in whoio seft em
braces wo were too closely held, thus cheating
u?, and the Bulletin fraternity generally, of a
trat as rich in swoct concord of mchfluous
sounds as ever ravashed tho enr.4 of fair Terpsi
chore, or led her iu the jriddv mazes of tho
danre. The thanks of Fancy Oat and the
Bulletin ofiice are tendered them.
Shooting IVomcii in Memphis A iavr
days since, some Yankee rullians cn-
tored a houso in Moraphidand attempt
ed to rcb tho premises. Tho lady of
tho houso became very much frighten
od, anc called to her neighbors for
assistance. One of the villains drew
a pistol and fired at her, the ball talcing
effect in tho head.
Florida J'lantas I'lvwiiuj up their Col-
Tho Ciaineaville' (Fla.) Cotton
States, of tho 11th, says ;
We are happy indeed to learn that
hundreds of acr?s of cotton in this
State are being plowed up and planted
in torn, necauxe tlaro is not an mi
ni'.'dlato demand for corn, and becauso
some, may rot thiri year, does not mako
it certain that it may not all bo needed
This is what those who have change
ed their minds have told us, and this iu
tho glorious doctrine that will save
our cause. Manv. verv main . of our
planters are determined to sustain the
cause if it cost all thov nossess in the
world. Liberty, glorious liberty, first,
last and l'ore or !
Brig. (Jen. Me.hoepfl", of tho Federal
army, had resigned on account of ill
IIIAVK Jl'ST RKCEIVKI) AND open
ed for fale, in on; of Mr. Crane's cilices, threi
,l,.,.rj V..At... A iV.l. a.-. . . ti 1
V C take pleasure in Calling at-! Spool and iFlax Thread. Pins, Needl.s, Fine
(ention to tho advertisement, nf Mr 'rt'&w. 1 uek Cmta, few
James Harris. 3fr. II. has a character
in our community as ,1 merchant that
will always make those, who know him,
deal with him.
6T James liatus, J-kq., and Col. T.
T'avis, of Uicbland. ( S. C.) havo each
given one hundred bushels of corn to
the Rev. M. .Martin, to bo distributed
gratis among the poor, especially to
the needy familion of soldiers.
fcjy- Tlio City Council of Columbia
55. C, have resolved to invest twenty
thousand do'lars of our funds In cMit
per cent, utoek ot the ( 'onfederato
uovornment, the same to ho bold till
our bonds fall duo next year.
!.)... Tho play of William Tell h pro
liibitcd in all th Northern theatres.
Any tiling that saiors at all of liberty
is very distasteful to Lincoln and his
krj" Dayton, tho homo of tho Hon.
C. L. Valandighntn, ually liepubli
can. has elected the on tiro .Democratic
iiclrc', by a handsome majority.
T!Sw The city of Toledo, which was
1 trongly Uepublican last tall, has elect
ed tho Democratic ticket by two hun
1 - ,
Mr Washington papers think a
f.ght will soon tako place in North
Kosecrans has isued an order pro
bibiting .the purclaso Or Palo of Con-icd-'rat'
scrip in his military district.
There arn about 00,000 bales of cot
ton in 3le.miihi3 piico tS to 70 cents,
.'oufUcni Jlank notes 'JO to SO dis.
and ft splendid article of VIRGIN I A (VIEW
ING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, which I
will sell on reasonable protlt for cash,
tipr.lf'-dtf. JAMKS' HARRIS.
Stato of Tennessee -Grundy Co.
David S. Lout; and Thomas S. l'attie. Ad
ministrators of James D. l'attie deceased, iv.
William Pattie ct als.
It appear! n; to the Patisfaction of the Clerk
and Master, from affidavit, that tne defendant.
William l'attie, is not a citizen of the State of
Tennensee, it it ordered that publication bo
mad for four successive weeks in the Vinche-i-ter
liulletin, a newspaper published in the
town of Vincheter. Tennessee, commanding
the said defendant, to bu and appear at the next
Jiim term of our said Court, to bo holden at
the Court House in tho town of Allamont, on
the first Monday in June next, to answer. T.lenrf
or demur to complainants' bill, or the same
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win i"- lUKen ior contesre.i as to nun, and set
for hearing rx parte.
apri'J-law-tw. S. J TII'TOX, Clerk.
SPUNTIIKKAI). LKATHEI? nu tr.v.
ey, given in exehange for tanhark by
apri-i-own' s. ClUDPI.E.
STR A Y i: D V III ) M T fl K s I : nsf mm n v v.
lanyard, on the ltith April, one solid bav mare,
eight year old. with a blemish in one eye,
behind the sight. Any information conr.ern
in her will be thankfully received, or her
delivery to mo liberally rewarded.
nprl8-lw W. H. (UUDDLE.
To Soldiers Families in the Con
federacy. The stiscribcr otters fltit) tiorces of frosh beat
en Rico, by tho single tierce, to the families of
soldiers in actual service, or those who died in
the military crvic of the Confederate States,
at ten cents per lb.
Applicants, whether by person or letter,
must furnish evidence of theirclaim in writing,
from some person known to or certified bv un
If money bo sent by check, the Rice vill bo
shipped according to instructions, drayape
alone beinjr added, and the surplus change will
be transmitted in the same manner.
. G. B. LAM Alt, Savannah, Ga.
Splendid Chewing Tobacco.-
TON'S Stare in Winchester. ' , .
Nov. jffi tf. ' ' '
STOLEN OUT OF MY STABLE, ON
iuu iuu iiiai., a uam uay ors, ioj nanus -high,
twelve years old, blacklegs, mane and tail; ; In the house formerly occupied by W i
mane heavy "but not long, with a few whito Embry & Co.
hairs in it Tail long and heavy; hip tap: The undersigned have just ODenpH ,
knocked otT ou the otf aide, and a small white : hand a rftie assortment of Goods amon "
spot on the same hip. Has a star on Ms face, j muy he named the following- ' s
1 :i I ; p - -1 r. i ri. ! .1 . . o
i win give 9o ior lite nurse, or jiou tor tuiei
and horso both.
A. BUTTER WORT II.
Winchester, April lo lC3.-dtf
Notice to Conscripts and Others.
UFFICE OP COMMANDANT OF CONSCRIPTS.
Knoxvulk, Tb-nn., April Slli, 1S63.
Persons addressing communications to this
o trice or to Department at Richmond, to be
referred to this office are requested to give
their post otUco mark. .Many such communi
cations havo been unanswered bceaiiao of the
writers' failure to use this precaution.
Persons who havo been enrolled as con
scripts are not allowed to join companies with
out llrst reporting themselves at this office and
being regularly examined and assigned. En-
r.)llfrd ntAii uihii ciinnnt ),p nnrmnKul fni in
this office are reported as deserters, and will bo '
treat eu as sura, wnenever apprenenueu.
Substitutes for enrolled conscripts cannot be
received in regiments or companies without
being first examined by Surgeons expressly
appointed for the purpose, anil all enrolling
olticers are hereby directed not. to regard dis
charges for having furnished substitutes, un
less given in accordance with these instructions.
Until thu tint of May next, all enrolled
men in East Tennessee who will report them
selves at this office and those in Middle Ten
nessee who will report themselves at the camp
of instruction at Kayetteville, will be assigned
to any of tho old regiments they may select.
This does not exempt conscripts from liability
to arrest in those counties already culled.
Py order of f.t. Col. E. I). BLAKE.
Commandant of Conscripts.
T. S. Wfhb, Adj't. aprlG -7r.
WHEREAS. LETTERS OF ADMINIS-
tration upon the estate of Allen Johnston.
late of Franklin county, Tennessee, have been
granted to the subscriber, all persons indebted
to the said estate are requested to make imme
diate payment, and those having claims or 'Ji
mands against tho same, will make known the
same without delav to
F. E. FORM AN", Ag t f.r Jos.-j.hine
John-Ion, Administratrix. upr.M-dld
ON T!'r:.SI).Y 2XIUOF A PR1L (Inst.)
nt Ihe residence of Allen Johnston, deceased,
will boollered at public sale tor cash, or on a
credit of twelve months if the purchaser
vUh.es, i except all sums of .$l'U,r b-ss which
will be rash) all tao horse, rattle, hogs, farm
ing utensils, household and kiieht-n furniture,
Ac, belonging to the estate of suid Allen
John ton, deceased. Those riirih.-isin- on
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credit must give notes with approved seeuritv.
r. I',, f OR KM AN,
Ag't for Josephine Johnston, Administratrix,
Hoes, Stock Locks, J'adlocks, UiM Ul
Fishing Tackle. '
Collee, Sugars, Rice, Soda, Biaci. p
Tobacco, nil kinds of tine CW, t
Dress Gouts. Calicoes, Do Laints Tm. e
tJoods, Linen Ildkfs., Silk JIdkfs tu l
Ties, Half Hose. Hose and lwSS1
tine Sewing Thread, Sewing Silks JFft
and colors ; Sewing Twist. Hoop .Sklru ff
Caps, Shoes. ' u
A. Ii S O,
Dye Stuffs, Epsom Salts, Engliih Kli
Confederate do. M'ason's do. Hhoe bna'
Hair Brushes, a fino lot of Combs r,l
Brushes, Toilet Soaps, ' lNi
l?ovtlei', Hhot, Caps,
Shoe Strings, Spring and Summer Rats '
and a variety ot other articles, all on
advance for cah. (Jive us a call. 'l
JW? RL'SSEY A RUODes.
it a o s r j s.v a sfuXci
WE WANT AS MANY RA0S AS if
can ip-t, and will pay the highest market i
tor them. Let every one who reads this sm
us what he or she may have. Unless Vil
get rugs we can get im paper. Read the U
lowing letter, which explains itself:
I'loNEEU TaPKR M,NIT. Co )
AVhkns, Ga. April 4, 'C.'i.
W. J. Si.attek. Ks4'. Dear Sir: Yours of
the L'.Sti ult. is at hand, enclosing -
are nearly out of rags, and I have to doolie
cash orders. I f you can send good rnttno nt.
delivered at Athens free of charge-,, I will ei
change one pound paper for h' ve pmmf! im.
Respertl'ully, A EBON CM ASK, Ag't.
Send to tho Bulletin all the cotton rue
! can get. A liberal bonus will he paid anyi.w
t who will take the trouble to get us upa'tir
; lot- .F'c cenl- per pound givVh. if ilivifl
I in Winchester. " nprt if.
RET WEEN HANCOCK S Al tit
lahoma. on Sunday, April Ath, oncCwl
Chain, one large, and small locket, and ou
Gold Cross. The finder will U liberally
warded by delivering them at Aditm Ilfiiicu4'
or at Mr. Winslow's News Depot, Tulluhutiw
STOI.E.V FROM THE SUUSCBIHER one
3orrel horse, about fifteen hands high, heavy
made, five years old, both fore feet white,
and a blaze in the face. Stolen from the resi
dence of G. R. Kitchens, on Elk river, 12
miles west tit Winchester, going in the direc
tion or Shelbyville. Was 'taken on tho 11th
in-'f S AM' L A. K ITC U ENS.
SVPKRINTENPKHTS OFFICE, N.aVC. R. R.
Chattanooga, March 13, lHitf.
MACH1NESTS. CARPENTERS and La
borers. Liberal waL'es will bo nnii! Ar.r.K.
V.. W. COLK. Sur.'t '
M. G. OSBORNE has innstiintlv on lmr,,i .
" ' Munu
extra assortment of tobacco of different grades
very fine cigar3, pipes, Ac-, to which 'he in
vites the attention of tho r.ublu?. St..r.. ,i
I - ' Mtr tilt
old stand of Noah Crano, Winchester.
mar JO dim.
State of Tennessee, Franklin Co.
1 reston Hatchet and others vs. W. Hatchet
In obedience- to a decreeof the County Court
of Franklin countv. Tennesson, r.r
its April session, 1KC3, I will sell for cash at
the Curt House door, in Winchester, Tennes
see, ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN MAY
NEXT, the following Slaves: Lizzie, aged So
years and two children, aged S and 8 years,
and Rachel, aced 10 vears.
commence at ,.f() for J(izzIo tnd tw0l.hn3rcn
5-W0 for Racheil.
. , JOHN G. ENOCHS,
State of Tennessee, Franklin Co.
jonn . ana y. i TArin tUnr a ti,..
heirs of N. R. Martin, Sr., dee d.
In obedience toad
of irankhn rountv. T0r,i,,a.A
U April session. I will otlor for sale at the
Xx? t, , rZ?r' ln the ,own ot W inchester,
ON THE FIRST Mx'ni-t- ht v r
, - x x , .'iv x , ior
ciuh, tho Houses and Lot situated on the west
corner of the public square, occupied by Tcm
platon i A Turman, and W. J. Slatter and oth
ers. J he biddinr In rnmmar o:v
O ..... ... ii H i' f
. JOHN O. ENOCHS,
Rf'-fd ' . ' Clerk.
S. A. HANDLY. Winchester, Trnn.. and
JAMES J. l'RYOK, Atlanta. Ma., are au
thorized to receive and receipt f(,r all clk'nu
due Frby Morgan A Co., Nashville, Term.
All jiersoiis indebted to said firm will pleaw
call and seitle their imlrbtedncs.
inai-Jt-tf IRBY MORGAN A CO.
OS Til E f.TH DAY OF MAY, 1M3. t
Cowan, in Franklin county, Tennessee, I will
sell the equity or right of redemption which
the Sewanee Mining Company has to the first
nine miles of the Sewanee Mining I'omrany'i
Rail Road, which extends from near the Tun
cel. in Franklin county, to the first Coal Bail',
a distance of nine mile's.
This sale is made under a decree of thC!n
eery Court at Winchester, made at its Febru
ary term, isr,;, in the case of B. . McGehea
and John V. Gould against tho Sewanen Min
ing Company, Thomas Ruhardton and John
Cryder. The said nine miles of rosd hin
been heretofore sold by decree of said Court ir
favor of the same parties. The kale will b
made for cash.
H. R. ESTILL.
C. Bnd M.
1. ! fi A I,I.fl'H In. r.
sale at A. JOURDAN'S STORK
Agt. for A. E. &.
,iab.2,7-3w Winchester, Tenn..
ON THE CTH OF MAY, 1M3, ot the S
wanec Coal Banks, in Marion county,!"11
sell for rash to the highest, bidder, i he q'ii'.T
or right, of redemption of the Sewanee llini'f
Company in and to the Coal Bonks, Heal
tate and Rail Road, extending from the i"
Coal Banks to the mines, being a distan"0'
about, twelve miles. Said equity of red-mp-tion
is in what is known as the Wooton landi,
heretofore sold in the case of R. F. -McGehW
and John V.Gould vs. tho Sewanee linl'l'
Company, including the Coal Banki
some o(Mi acres more or less; and also theequit'
of redemption in the Rail Road aforesaid aw
in tho same case.
This gala is made under a decree of the
Chancery Court at Winchester, at its Febru
ary term, 1803, in the case of the Niun1"
and Chattanooga Rail Road Company ag11"'
the Sewanee Mining Companv, Thos. Richard
son and John Cryder.
Tfthissale does not pav the debt aW
will, on the next day (the CM
May), at Cowan, in Franklin county, '
the interest which the said Sewanee 31im
Company has in and to three five-thoii!aJ
acre tracts of land in Franklin county, enter
in tho name of M. Porter, ,T. S. Logan
Wallis Estell, and conveyed to said He
Mining Company, and which land HJ
Franklin and Grundv counties, on too '55'
berland Mountain, 'being entries Nc
lf27 and 2469 in the office of the entry t"
of Franklin countv.
' U. K. ESTILL
ap2-td C. andJ
ARKANSAS LANDS F0BSAJ.
SEVERAL SECTIONS OF AK&i$
, ...tutu uuun uo u A
can be bought very low for Confederate N""
or BoAds. Enquire at this office. -8'tf i