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Ui gaUg gfulletto.
V" i it o h o s t (3 r :
Tuesday Morning. April "21st.
T!i. Times !
.-iv seven ;n,av pi.Tiom have- Looa sent
virc:";i our lines by order of tin; dog--- Eose
ra:i A Mr. Jordan unci family wore al
lowed hulf an ho;;r in which U leave, elso
'-.:'.h. The man who ourrhd tho order
his boutO appeared .-yinjiat hi-.tic, nr. J helped
Mr. J.wl'.u to h:f h n, th pntriut kivi
coi.clu.l ! tj come within our linos rather
t!:nn .-uil'er impr"nonmoi:t North. Mr. .J.
iiv.-l n-ar Triune. Of murus, n" he lift be
hind Iims been ftohn or confiscated -ono
v, rd Ui-:inz the .-un-D us the ether in tho
V.,i:keo i-ii.jni. Thus hey want ? starve us
: v .n.Jii.j: upon tt.: nil U popvlaMon they
.',.n !!(. ti-riir.H t!'j:-r" the hl Llir!;; of h!s mjuto.",
.:::..;.!, t.t'ie Wt.r.
We i'iive no report oi' any .-Urmishini'.-, hut
t tit- do.. !.. nr.i gathering, and wo lot.k fvr the
gtori.-i br-'ik frt ii in alj in f.:ry before
many wore Unv of o';r paper.
Last Sunday a j rintcr w.u iu cur o!hi -i
roiti!.! ' f-;r hi- command at TuE.dicma. This
man wu.t taken at 1 Murl'ive ,boro' ):ittli,
c.iri ifil to Alton, 111., and finally ex. hunted at
(.'ity Point, Vii., from which place he ha.; ju -'.
conn'. J I'! s :i y s he hud enough to C;;t, while, a
pri.-'mr, but Males t'mt the A"aiil-.pe authori
ties took sill his money, i. ; well as tho money
.!' ;."int.; .l''.veu or eight prisoner comrades.
AY h'ii they wiT'j started from A!l"ii fur Rich
mond, t!ii: officer in command of tin guard
t"ld ilf m t iiut their ncT.ey won hi he sealed
up in an envelope urn! handed over to the
( 'iii, ;',". T:ifi t Hit '.vim ."-lienlil reeivt' them lit
(Jily 1'ciul. .'Vrriviu: :it City F ' -i t . :m f'n-'-!tipf,
jairporiin to C'litnin tlner muTiy,
e:is l::t'i'l''d ovi r T : 1 1 -d. I'jioo lirrivirij.' in
I'ft.o-sluri: th" envelop1": v.h '.'j em d, ,i:id tho
rnot.'-v i-rovvl h ! a'i .((l.Vr':7, the vandal
thiev- lu: Uj; .--it J it. in phiefj "fthej
I0"od C't'l.."' I. i:ite li-.tn"' '.;!en tVulil our in. II.
1'he i.f'if.jrt, : t,.tf. a.-: sev.Tul t'aou.-n'id
hilhir.i. AV! reettrl t!ie tael to bej-ri-icrvedas
a A i ,"? t.f Yuuko- ,
Our 5r.ftr!:i..ut '"ur'her jtutu.- tieit tin y were
well trciitid while guarded hy 1 iihickiav.,
hciriij jiUt'Wd much lihtTtv, l-ut attt r bi'in;
jtlacd under t 77'h Ohio they worn ithuyi-d,
:tnd everj' eiiiUien tidier by th. 77th to iujnre
tl'ein. Tin .-lihtCit preti'it v;;h unntched at,
by tln:m us an exeu.o. fur shooting or tnaltrcnt-
in:,' our men. We can f.iirly coin hid j tliat
the hulk ol'thn N'ortheru nrmy is roLip sH of
thieves, rol.-hers, nnd n'linii'i-t'citT-.
- - w .
Tt.'p.Mis K" i. J 1 t.Hi Ciifi.KiiA.-. An intrlli
ct.t writer in th" iVti r.-horj J Kxpro-j
i-.ay.s that turnips u? a sure preventive d' the
cholera, in hor;s. Ct l. Vi'vi.U -uy.; that upon
giviiui; Ids h"!- this v;;.-tabhi food, net one
that was well at tin time to" k t': di.-ease, nT
has he had a case of it :,neei.;, t them rdne"
whrrea.". bet'oro they were .sickening and dune;
every day from it. If therefore, the tVirnu'rs,
a soon us they ili.-eoer this t'TriLii. disaster
amont.'xt. th'dr swine, will ;;ive th;ni turnip,
i '.ps il r.ci all, they will !;ave all that have not
been pf'i.ed vith i'.. The Spri ;el uf i! will be
rh.'.s i tl'ectu.i'ly a rid certainly 'topped, which
is .-ur-ly a uVdder.iium in timf.s like these,
when it is so imp. rtant keep up and increase
tin) supply of baon and lard.
C'O.S'CT.UT VT i' A V ETT KVlt.I.K. H rs. Ilicli-
ardson. r.s.'isted by the l.ulies of rayeltevil'e,
will givo a nut-'ieal euiieert in (la;, town ti.is
evening, t'.ie "ilat. Cur citi. -is, who ;n.!y iie
.dre to attend, have :in:pbi tii.ie t. po. The
proceeds of the eoaeert ;wo to be jd en t.o the
Hospital there. .Mrs. Jtiehard.sun is a i'efu;;i:e
from 'a.-hviile, and has done a great deal for
'He ea'.iH! of the South. We opine, thot a con
cert ri re n by her in our town would draw a
crowded house. Will ?he con.or
Vor the Dilr l?uilcKn.
Honor to Whom Honor is Due.
If a sacrifice of individual interest and a
devotion of time, talent, and energy to tho
cause of Southern Independence entitle a man
to honor, then, indeed is Colonel A. A. ltus
icll, of the 1th Alabama Cavalry, entitled to
Ilcfo re the fall of Sumter he. volunteered as
a private, and has been in the service ever
since, and i.s likely to remain in it until the
end of the war.
Jiy appointment he commanded a regiment,
with great ability, on tho field of Shiloh, and
was wounded in that memorable light.
He was with Gen. Forrest in tiio West Ten
nessee campaign, and, for gallant ferVieca in
that campaign, Clen. Korrebt presented hirn a
At tho li-ht at Dover, on the Sd of February
last, whilo charging the enemy's works ho had
hishorso shot from under him, and was
wounded by tho fall.
His regiment has unbounded confidence in
hi judcrruont, his decision of character, and
his bravery in tho hour of trial. Is not this
the sort of material of which to make a Uri;;-
Tlw Llat.-hctf lf.7.i.Col. went into
the store of our friend 0 , tho other day,
and inquired for the Acts of 18f9. Oar friend
replied that he did not hare any a.t, but handed
the Colonel a hat'htX which, he said, was made
in 1830. True.
Hooi:. -A v, retched young bachelor in this
city says then! is but ono thing in tho world
that euiild make him feel happy, ami that is
hound in hoops. From this we are left to in
IV. r '.hat he wants a w iff. Se Ima Rrd r.
il'c infer that he wants a keg of whisky.
Tiik I'nciT. We are informed that the
fruit crop in this section of country promises
to he tpiite plentiful. It is hardly to be pre.
sinned that we shall bin ft any more cold
wither this spring.
Shif" We are glad to see an unusual activity
prevailing among our farmers and gardeners
to raise everything necessary for subsistence of
man or beast.
Ci'Tugs will be taken in payment for the
f.'ailv Iiu!!et:n. fiend in vour names.
EVJ.AYe would direct attention to thn com
munication signed "Alabama," in this issue.
Col. Kussoll, from all we have heard, deserves
all tin? praise which bis friends bei-tow upon
him, and will, doubtless, be remembered in
tho promotion for merit.
iky5" Man j of our farmers, fearing that mo
lists cannot be obtain d after a while, arc
planting the Chinee sugar cane, from which
te n.ake tl.cir own syrup.
tif If you want to keep up with the times
subscribe for the Bulletin. .Don't spnngo on
Latestjfjreignadvioos state that the Confede
rate loan would cloe in London on the after
n. Kn ff the l.-t of .March, the bids having
greatly eveeded the amount needed.
The London papers state that the Confede
rate steamer Alabama has destroyed Ihirty
eight 1'i'denil vessels thus far.
The steamship Southerner, supposed for Con
federate service, has been gotten ready fur sea
The Federals have been laying wa.-te the
country around Gloucester Court House, Va.
Letters from the camp at Fredericksburg
state that our troops are in good health and
L-tters from Norfolk, Virginia, stjite that
the negroes are insolent and impudent1', and are
occupying some of the finest residences in the
The Yankees are arresting such of our
ei'.ir.cn.-. in Fairfaq, Loudoun and Fauquier
O'Vi'itie?, Virginia, as refuse to tako the oath.
Even men of seventy years of age nre torn
from their horn s and hurried off to Washing
ton. And ail this to restoro the glorious
l'a en from every direction give thestrong
est iis.-u ranees of an abundant crop of wheat.
J'hi.lip A. Clayton. K.-q., of Columbus, has
been appointed Confederate States Marshal for
Georgia, in place of Thomas L. liose, deceased.
Tho Arkansas Post prisoners state, that of
the ;'..ooi) prisoners captured with them, 700
died, from the most brutal and inhuman treat
ment th'.y received from the enemy.
Tho Abolition vandals, not content with
burning a portion of Jacksonville, Florida,
destroyed all the shade trees also.
Tlie FrderaU have, been committing out
rage and stealing negroes in tna vicinity of
Jha-riit A'i;:ta, Florida.
Several deserters have been executed at
Whisky .Spixi-latio.v. A great deal
ha hucn paid about parties speculating
iu su.ir, cotfoe, bacon, cotton labriclcs,
A;c, but not a tvord of complaint havo
wo hoard coming up from tho friond of
oldjJoha JJarlcy Corn, against tho largo
amount of speculation which has been
and is continued in thia'articlo, so gen
erally used. What nBod to be bought
for ten cents is now worth one dollar,
and yet no champion steps forth to
denounce so cxhorbitant a charge.
Men pay it willingly, and many unable
to pay for a bushel of corn meal at $3
will take four drinks per day and never
grumble- at th? price.
I HAVE JUST IlKCEIVFD AND open
ed for sale, in ono of Mr. Crane's otlices, three
doors ahovo A. S. Colyer's office, a small lot
Spool and iFlax Thread. Pins, Needles, Fine
Combs, Tuck Combs, u few
and a splendid article of VI HGIN1 A CHE W
ING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, which I
wdll sell on reasonable profit for cash.
apr.l'J-dtf. JAMES JIARKIS.
SPUNTliUEAD, LKAT11EK 01! MON
ev, given in exchange for tanbark by
prl8-awd AV. S. CRIDDLE,
STRAYED FROM THE SU CSC HI 15 EE'S
tanyard, on the 16th April, one solid bay mare,
eight years old, with a blemish in one eye,
behind the sight. Any information concern
ing her will bo thankfully received, or her
delivery to me libcrallv rewarded.
apris-lw ' W. S. GRIDDLE.
STOLEN OL'T OF AtY STAHLE, ON
the 11th inst., a dark bay horse, lof hands
high, twelve years old, bluck legs, inane and tail;
mane heavy but r.ot long, with u few white
hairs in it Tail long and heavy; hip cap
knocked off on the oil' side, and a small wdiite
spot on the same hip. Has a star on his face.
1 will give S"" for the horse, or Slot) for thief
and horse both.
A. RUTTEK WORTH.
Winchester, April l'l, iNOik-dif
AVUEUKAS, LKTTKKS OF ADMINIS
tration upon tho estate of AIL n Johnston,
late of Franklin county, Tennessee, have been
granted to the subscriber, all persons .indebted
to tho said estate are requested to make imme
diate payment, and those having claims or de
mands against the same, will mako known the
same without delav to
F. E. FOR MAX, Ag't f..r Josephine
Johnston, Admini-tratii.v. apr.H-lUd1"
Notice to Conscripts and Others.
OH-HT. OF Ct .M M A Ml A NT OF I'ONSi.UHTS.
K.NOXVH.I.K, 'J'rn.v, April 8th, l2.
Persons addressing communications to this
office or to Department at Richmond, to he
referred to this office are requested to give
their post office mark. Many such communi
entions have been unanswered because of ihe
writers' failure to twe tbi.s precaution.
Persons who have been enrolled ns eon
scripts are not allowed to join companies with
out first reporting themselves al this oflioo and
being regularly examined and assigned. En
rolled men who cannot be accounted for in
this office aro reported as deicrters, and will be
treated a- such, whenever apprehended.
Substitutes for enrolled conscripts cannot be
received in rcgimmts or companies without
being first examined by Surgeons expressly
appointed for the purpose, and all enrolling
otlieers are hereby directed not to regard dis
charges for having furnished substitutes, un
less given in accordance with these instructions.
Until tho llr.-t of Mav next, all enrolled
men in L.it Tennessee who will report them--
selves at tuts otneo ami those in Middle lon
nesiee who will report themselves at the camp
of instruction at Fayette v ilio, wilt be assigned
to any of tho old regiments they may select.
This does not exempt conscripts from liability
to arrest in those counties already called.
liy order of Lt. Col. E. 0. J! LAKE.
Commandant of Conscripts.
T. S. Wkui, Adj't. nprln-7t.
To Soldiers' Families in the Con
federacy. Tht suscribcr offers !in tierces of fresh beat
en Rice, bv the single tierce, to the families of
soldiers in actual service, or tho;.- who dnl in
the military service of the Confederate State,
at ten cent!, per lb.
Applicants, whether by person or letter,
must furnish evidence of theirclaim in writing,
from some person known to or certified by un
If money be sent by check, the Rice will be
shipped according to instructions, dravage
alone being added, and the surplus change" will
be transmitted in the same manner. .
G. R. LAMAR. Savannah, Ga.
NEW ARRIVE 1
Iii the house formerly occupied, bv i ,
The undersigned havo jut opened . .
hand u line assortment of Goods, wu
may bo named tho following: ' lu"Si
Hoes, Stock Locks, Padlocks, JjUrt(tf n.,.
Cidl'ee. Siu'ftrs. Rice. Soitu m..
Tobacco, all kinds of lino CW
Cakes. Ac 8 C
Dress Gooes, Calicoes, I)(. IfliI1PS T ,
Goods, Linen Udkfs., Silk HrlkJs ft
Ties. UalfUose. Hose and l.'..,!!
lino Sowing Thread, Sewing Silks .iu''
mill ni.1i.va. S.n i n T... I .4 It ...."!..
...... ,.b ilOO),SHrN n
Caps, Shoca. 1 m' Si
Dye Stuffs, Epsom Salts, English !.
Confederuto do. Mason's do. Shim v
jiair Dnisiie.-.. u line lot of tomli T
Rrushes, Toilet Soaps, 1 ;
l'owilcp, Kliot, Caps,
Shoe Strings, Spring and Summer lla'j'
and a variety of other articles, ull 0J,' (h
advance for cash. Giveusaca l
ItACJS! HAGS! IlAfj
WE WANT AS MANY KAG3 AS
can get, and will pay the highest market-"
for them. Let every one who muhthift
us wuai no or sue may nave. l;nliss t
get rags wo can get iio paper.
lowing letter, which explains itsolf;
Pionkkk Pat eb Maxit. C-
.friiEVs, (,;.. April i, v.; ;
AV. J. Si attkr, Ksn-.lhar Sir: yJ
tne I'tli int.. is at liand, enclosing
..P.l t...ltllf ..lit .t .mrj T .
..n ... . t .'.II .1.-1, 1UIO ll lVfilllii .
cash orders. 1 f you can send gucil cottonr:
iiciiverej at Atnens tree of clmrges, hi
cnange one pound paper for hvo piuiniii
Respectfully, A LI'.ON CHASK,ir
:vim o tne bulletin all the cnttnn r;l
. . , : 1 ti .... ..1.1
'an gei. a unerai uonus will It paid anv i
who win uim mo irouoic to "wt us upjlj-l
b.l. i ive cents per pouud given, if Mir
S. A. HAXDLY. W inch,-t..r. IVr.n..
JAMES J. PRVOR, Atlanta, Ca a.
thoritfl to ivc.-ive and receipt lhr nil i
due Irby Morgan iV Co., Nndivillu. Tc:.i.
All persons indebted to said firm will;
call and settle their indebtedness.
mar'J-Mf IRliV MOl'.fiAh' 4C
ON TUESDAY 28th OF APRTL (Inst.")
at the residence of Allen Johnston, deceased',
will be offered nt public sale for cash, or on a
credit of twelve months if the purchaser
wishes, ' except all sums of $ I II or less wdiieh
will be cash) all the horses, cattle, hogs, farm
ing utemdls, household and kitchen furniture,
Slc, belonging to the. estate of said Allen
Johnston, deceased. Those purchasing on a
credit must give notes with approved security.
F. E. FOREMAN,
Ag't for Josephine Johnston, Administratrix.
STO LEA FROM THE SG liSCEI BER one
sorrel horse, about fifteen hands high, heavy
made, five years old, both fore feet white,
and a blaze In tho face. Stolen from tho resi
dence of G. E. Kitciiena, on Elk river, 12
miles west of AVinchester, going iu the direc
tion of Shelbyville. AVas taken on tho 11th
inst- SAM'L A. KITCHENS.
AL G. OSBORNE has constantly on hand a
extra assortment of tobacco of different grades
very fine cigars, pipes, &c-, to which he in
vites tho attention of the public. Store at the
old stand of Noah Crane, AVinchcster.
Splendid Chewing Tobacco.
TO EE HAD AT DANIEL JBKAZEL
TON'S Rtere ia "Winchester.
Not. 25 -if.
S I T K IU N T Y. N 1 1 KN'l S Oi 1 1 i.K, N . U'. I!.
Chattunoogti, March l'.". W
MA C II I NESTS, CARPENTERS a:.:j
borers. Liberal wages will be pui'l. A.
i.. i. iv phi v c
A., li . w it.
(N THE BTII DAY 01' MAY, 1"
Cowan, in Franklin county, TcmHi.-'t, I
sell the equity or right of rcicni'itM
the Sewam.-e Mining Coinriiiiv hits to th'
nine miles of the Sewauce Mining Un;!j
Rail Road, which extends from in;ir ta
no!, in Franklin county, to the first 0lh
a distance of nine miles.
This sale is made under a decree of tM
eerv Court at AVinchcster. made .it 113.
arv term. 1st',;!, in the case of 1!. F. 31'-
aud John V. Gould against the Sertiw
insr Comoanv. Thomas Richnrdsen and -
Crvdcr. The said nine miles of rosd
been heretofore sold bv decree of sua I
favor of the same rarties. The sals
made for cash.
U. K. rSTILt
i."-f.I C "'f
ON THE 5TII OF MAY, 1. 1:;
sell for cash to the' highest bidder, tM
or right of redemption of the rcvan
Company in and to the Coal Ihmk. &
tate and JIail Koad, extciKiing
n 1 .... 4K.. ...ir,na l,.im !l 0':t
jt.i.i iJauivi f fc.iu iiiiii.7, ..v...
nl,nnf .,-..lvr. mit..c S:,id edUitVOtf;
tion is in what is known as tne "' ,.:
tieret.it'nrn mitt I in til,' case Ol B. '
and John V. (k-uld vs. the eff.
Company, including the Coal i-
intiit. Will nep.. move or l. SS: and.lli,j
of redemption in the Rail Road rt!
in me. same case.
This sale is made under a doer';
Chancery Court at AVinchcster,
... . ....11, nifi, ii, .....
and Chattanooga Rail Road V3'
tin. Sewanee Alining Company, D
son and John Cryder. ,.,
If this Fale does not pay tho
."MOjOuu l win, on ine
-Mav), at Cowan, in Franklin count ;
Company lias in nr.ct to iiin."-
aerearacn oi ia:iu in - i.,.
in ine name oi ji. ronui, oc
W'allis Estell, and conveyed to
Alining Company, ana wmi" ,;
I (triini-tv r-ounties, em i
berland Mountain, 'being entries - ' I
1027 and 24C9 in tho office ot tnoe .
of Franklin county. jgjjn
ARKANSAS LANDS JOB S'
SEVERAL SECTIO- "jM
LANDS, -within a few hours de"'
can be bought very low tor
or JJonds. Enquire at this
it in i