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Thursday Morning, Hay 7, '63.
JSQ1 "Va have nothing of intercut from our
front. Imlc( d, j r- ' ii inteve:t s'cems t.. be in
. . . i : i : . l. i il. .
regard to mi.iiis in n--;i:iia. J : i; f : i. upon uic
hcei; of thfi glorious ;':-lings from Forrest
comes the news of another .fjrrf.l hattlc in tin"'
Old l0!llill!.'Jl, niid t i 1 " -S HOWS H'i'lll.-: to absorb
all attention. A;: J there is good cause fur it.
Tli j morale, of a victory in Virginia, on tliu
roiite by w !i ich tho Yankees liavo so often
tried to reach our capital, and kae cv--ry lime
so inominioiidy f.i;b'd, we say the umru.'c is
of gr.-ator wejght than if a victory v.xro
gained anywhere else. ,How wo long to hoar
llio ton) of the foreign prc.rs, upon the fifth or
sixth ivjuiI ;o of tho grand Y:.!i!:"o nrmv. 01
course tin venal Yankee pre"- will s oid glow
ing tales, of 11 grrd victory f,r the'r nvm-,
across Uift briny deep, but, as before, the truth
will reach Europe ftT a while. Truly, the
news of this defeat will rot 1 1 n . I to h.-so:i the
probability of a war h"fvc,.n the T'niicd
States and 3'nglnr.d and Franco, vA-Mi our
telegrams of y'f.-rday report, upon tb,; pre
diction? .,f Northern el'tor-".
AliU ! poor flghti up; J-'.: !" In ( mmmi
parlance, ' tiedit'.eg .lo-' has '..;oiio l(r) j.,
;..:om," anu nu;4 bo sent '-it Vr,; to fiht.tJ
Indian-. AVi'Tid'T.if hi- di!g":iee we."!
him (tidcnvr.r to win bar1; Father Ab.vh-i.'s
favor by inning diabolior.l death ord 0", like
decapitated Jhirn ndo.
Scott. McDowell. Mc(" Ran, J'op Burn
side. Hooker, Mid who v.i:! n'mi iuo.I? Rosc-cran-.,
we reckon, will ho : Mod from the e
(.i lc::t to .",' down in ih" 1 ri';!d, rwr--iii-j the
order o' nature, wliHi tlo ;i:i ),i li..,
in th Iv..t m.d :.;o d.w!i ir. tl. V. :. Tut tho
Yan!c-e. rr.' prcn" to mu .-.rs. ?.'avhap I'o' v
will aU"'':i)it, liy ;i I' i ward 'uovfTjuvi', re
trieve in tli5 "V?t tlio mi-fortune of Hook, r
in til" K:'.'-t. 'We woulln't he .-urj nsdl if we
tuuuh tl.o ci.'cid.uioii hn.s boen (ic-creas.
od, 'if at a!!, flni in;; tho j,;i.;t tout'
thonlli1';. It iiy.Gitiitci! on tho ilrsfc of
.iauuary to, rrh.-ips, thu'o han-lre-l
iLiiliiuiiH twice as iiitifh as n"-oiir',al by
tho co-ant iy ami tho Troauiy lirtt
hecn i::;t;in;j; new notes f iacc, at tlio
rate of Jorty or l'u'ty millions ;i month.
1 V.I lift r. 1 1 1 ! n I ' 1 l.iiin.no r I 1 1
" I"' " I ...... nll.l ui viu
know th.j h. .:t, policy, both under advyntu issi;o ,4 luivo liCMi fan :!cd mi nco tho 11.-st
and unfortunate ima-ity. Wo have . i.o,,, Lf J. I)(M.v)!;.,s nof. co . nt
-ood news t niaJ." in joyful. J,. ..";.r ; . ;
a,,,..!,! ,,r;:v,,. ,,. ,..,,.. ,r ',.!lv l':'l'I.V a hun.ln.,! vmuiom vmrt ...i.y
ji'O iii.:uo.t wtihiii L.io torn .ii" ttiroo
taontl'.s to tho lu-,t of August, vhcn
-cv?:t cr coiH. bo mis will cease to issue-
. v "t. ' (lit. . I ., I -x i . i . I . ' '
coining s'niflc ml enough to eliuii;;.; oar mind
to that b-'lef.
"Wo don't. like the tmw fro :a li'siipni. It
niiaek of evacuation, be.t we liope for the
and " trust m o;r iee'rJ.s who oubt t
ments till day, when ho agtrtn canio np and
captured one whole Yankee regiment, with
their wagon train and artillery. Agaiu tlio
Yankeo3 ran, Torrest still following, and wht n
last heard from we learned that 1'orrest s-aid
he would givo up lighting if he did nut kill or
capture the lat one of the rarcab. Foriot,
a.s we now know, did capture the whole s;;W
of l.o'iO. i.v. UuLLETis. They left ! ut
ir() muk. and hordes scattm-eJ along tiio road
in ihlVcri nt plaee.', which vo captured , togetli
er with tome stray Yankees.
Tho Augusta Constitutionalist
' 'KB- Admira Dupoht's report of tho
attack on Charleston, translatod by a
rebel, a la Punch : , 1 ?
From' tho Timos. ",
The Keokuk confound th luck,
Has sunk ! yet fate is civil, ' ' 1
And strangi; to tell, wh.Ilo wj caught h 1,
The rebob c.iiight the devil !
GOLD WATCH FOR SaeT
AVATCH a splendid time-keeper. " Apply at
thu IiULLHTLN OFFICE. 1 myV-tf
ALL : PEKSONS INDEBTED to .
tate d Win. Darwin, deceased, either b Re '
or accounts, are reaue;,t..f1 tn nrt, r.. 7 .ni
1 lllU J J X
snv f Int. f ho ov1eniv.- f I i : ' that !
took place in tho few wotk3 pifeti-! State of Tennessee, Franklin Co.
lntlio --'U April, ca.U.SM-; uoplOliOu, ! . j Xnlirhl, and others, vs. G. A. Shook nd
and a coiisooucnt fall in mires, must AYift, and cthrr.
not loa'.l our jteaple to re!.'.;-: their en
ergies under tho dolu::;ion thai; the day
of low prices u ppoeliiy coiaino'.
lYicos huvefi'.Ucn for one sue. !. Anson,
aud no other; ihat is, bodatise tho me.
(1 in in of exchange, Treasury notes,
has evidently boon Contacted. Jn
order to have prices peruanu.tiy loy,
we must increaso prodticLiou, a.s well
as keep down tho circtilation. Ie
crraved circnlation Uoos ut.t add any.
Ihir.':;' to tho amount of marketable
products in tho country ; it ottly cheap
ens thcta for a time, because tne circu-
I. ; lion bits itr-elf ttppreeiated, owinj to
tho stuuller amount. InetViHo prodne-
tion, keep dv v:n the eiii.u!atimi, keep
up the credit ol tho Government and
its i f i j o ; and by ail these rm .ins ' to
gether we. may hope to see low prices
H " 1 r. . .
. c nave :m mean:; o knoA-i.i -nM- i
15v virtue of a decree of the County Court
of Franklin coiudy, pronounced at its May
Mion, ISO", 1 w ill oUft for sale at the Court
ii ou.-.e dor, in "Winchester, Tcnn., on the
VIiioT MONDAY IN JUNE NEXT, the
following -'laves, to-wii: Siiupsoji, iSam, Wal
lace and Dicy. The biddings to commenco for
the men at Sl-OU each, and for tho woman,
Diey. ;r 500. The filuvcs wdl be sold on twelve
nioiiLb.s credit, except tho miui of $150, to bo
paid oil Jay of sale, purchasers roquirod to
give note and suihcierit securitv.
my"-td ' Clerk.
..B...ia Homing ciaitns Bcii
ttic estate are hereby requested to mmphml5
for settleruent. ns reouirod i,..V eatth"
anxious to wind up tho estate &c ' tk'.8 a;
1st day of May, 1803. C" Thls ft
i4. u. JiNlGITT
JAS. M. DA R v tv '
ray 2-3 w
FOFithe information of eir.tomcrs the un
der -ic ned stall s b.i-j prices for carding are as
folbws: For white, oO cents per pound ; for
miyei ii cents, m.d he warrants il shall bo
w. il due;. Wool must, bo brought in good
order. ; W. M. TAFT,
'.' V ton Mills, near Wictchestor.
(i..n. Thomas .la.-l.n-is
Letter from G tarns' Cavalry.
William Havis, a sen ;n-!av,-b, Ilaili- Hoa-
gin, of our comity, writes a letlrr to his wi;.
It will bo almost impossible for fuml.
to keep p
with tho issues of
i, hi our I'liiino, wines a i.i .'! to v;i.- I.,, . . ...
, , . ' . , .t 'io!.?s, but p-'onie Wilful d bo cneonvi:ad
I we have been permitted to read it. Mr. ''-. -
' d fiiiiil nit I ! ... !l 1.
i.u ja.ei .i.i wiiy jH,.siuiy ran, in or:ier
li-iit if the liiculation tuouot, bo di-
day la t, in a light with the I'ankees on.'y.ia t Klinks'.ic.'l, if. may at least bo k en L from
increasing too grerHly out of proper,
tiou to tho necessities of tho people.
The lax bill has happy inilncrcvs to
put down pric.'"?, or at least to cheek
too reeat an advance of thoin, becauso
the taxes wili begin coming in, to a
limited extent, in July, thus absorbing
lLo circulation medium ; but it has a
mill better effect than this mere abucrp
tion, because it gives oon'menco to
everybody that the debt will be ppiil.
that tlmir money is good, afid there
to r.ot to be pa. led with like trash.
The liuaneial and taxation system put
adopted, we repeat, must produce
good coeds have already done ro
but wo are not, therefore, to throw up
our cap and hurrah a.", if all were ac
complished, but aid them by working
with might and main to increaso the
supply of articles wo need and can pro
JfyST A Virginia nohiier suggests the
following as an appropriate design and
motto lor -the Confederate oeal '
JMsi;nMin paddlinghiii own canoe.
Motto "I n England and Franco."
Tut the 'mollo'' in Latin, and tho
'tiling" will be as comphdo a.; injirpie.
Boqukt. Wo are indebted to a
thougl-tful Jady friend for a boqact of
exmiisito tiisto and beauty. These
little- tokens of consideration arc al
ways duly appreciated.
'tfiS Vicksburg is now culled by the
Northern papers the key. of the rebel
lion. That is why Grant is trying to
ivni it. ,'
Davis, siys be rceiv 1 a slight, tleh w.iuie! oa
his left arm, nr.ar tli.j 'houb.ie-r blade, on i'ri-
.MounLain, near liuvis' Cap, An.'-n-r th
wound-d he m.-n'JonK too" from his coinpuny,
vi.: K'.bert. i's:i -iiaw. badly, thro i:;h ;.. ,;,,.
and stomach; Wm. WtMNr-ei, a tie-h vam i
through the thigh, ai.out six inrdics ahove the
knee; (i. Fifg"ra!., by a sper.t l-H, ,,n the
right hr::e.f, and Wm. Davis (liimself) a lle,h
wouad in tii" I, ft arm. None are dangerous.
In; sa ys, e.veept. Ib in haw.
Theycomm.-i.. d in-., i rigayment on Tncj-hiyhi-!,
near 1. ';,!!.. ei. i, ,t far fVmu ( ',nirt-lai-l,
Alabama, ,.n T..wn Crook. The creel;
being past fording!, canr.onadif"; whs he-.l up
moil latent ni-ht a"r-.- the :,!r-am, in which
we loit. Muiiusii, and the Yankee;-, ei. veil. Th.;
lettercomiime.-, : "Fiva regiments were, then
.nareiiiie.'-(.. our ri' ht, on the M-mUon road,
on Ivaud .'.ioiinfain, with a bo ..; t'-.d:i of
wag ..a; and .-riiilcry, trying to flai.k i;.. We
i dy pursued tliem, and cam- up. with thorn
n IVMay morning ia o..i,htl with Col. i;..ddv
w no heade..! t.h,,m, and from whom thev took
two guns, ami wonnd-J nnd killr 7t onie ten
or kf;een of his and Edj:cind-o:fs men. Capt.
-nv.-Uhca tri. d. with his .mall oiopanv, to
r-uk the giuw li'um I ho Yankees, tut their
fore.? and position were too n'rong f ir h.ini.
and he g..t badly wounded in the 'thigh, and
it is feared he will.lose his leg. He had two
u.e:i killed, the Yankee loss being sono forty
or forty-five. Oca. Fornvt, wit!) Starn' and
Bitlle,' icgiaienfs, wa3 on the left wing, near
Davis- (hip, awaiting tho Yanks to come down
the mountain, win n news came to us that Nod
dy and llda.oudaoii had to retreat, losing two
of their g.,n. (ten. Fom-.-t then led ' us up
tho mountain in pn,-suit hf tiio Yankn-v, and
overtook them about sunduwn, wlaro' they
made a stand ami fought an for nearly an hour,
ia which light we had a low men killed and
wounded, but retook Ifoddy'o cannon nndniado
the .many retreat About eight o'.hjck at
night they again lfiado a slund, bat Forrest
shelled thr.ia and drove them away, following
them uj. closely with Bililca' and Sum?' regit
:.IALK AND I'HM ALU SEMINARY,
Ate' (V'T?cw, 7V"rf.s.
This flehool is now in session. Tuition per
month, ;:) 00
, Fur particulars address
N. P. SMITH,
May S-i!!2aw. Salem, Term.
Lots and Ncgrcec for Sale.
In oiMoIkrx c vvii'i the oft reneated'reouests
Head Quarters, Army of Tennessee
, .. . . AUUMi.nu.UA, ADril ISM
ripwuni r -ni-,T.Tf, ' 1(")0,
NO. 84. f
It having been ascertained that marry
uuts now aDseni irom . in in,,,, ... "vi
to return to their colors, but aro deturT
fear ot lmnishiaent as
mantling General cives notice that all wMu 1
restored to dutv without
turn to their corns within t,.ntj .rc l
. J UUV It t,tL I
111 our limia r,r if n,.ur iu . .r "'Ul-1
this army, within fortv davs. 'u 0:
Py command of Gen. lilt Ann
' (Signed,) W. W. MACKAT.T
' UWef of Stiff.
KIN LOCH FALCONER,
A. A. Gen'l.
I HATE JUST HECEIVV.n axtt.
ed for rale, in one of Mr. Crane's iticcs tU
doers above A. S. Colv
Spool ami Flax Thread. l'inS SeedtaK)
Combs, Tuck Comb;, few J
fP'diih?I VIRGINIA CIIK w.
.-.i.. i vu-jcnwiuMiu pioui ior ca.ih
apr.l9-dtf. JAMES HARKIS.
In the house formerly i..-cipied by "Wiley S
Tho undersigned have jast opened and on
"""" 11 a'fuiicni oi uooas, among which
may no narncu llio lollowmg:
Hies, Stock Locks, Padhx-ks, Luggy Whip.
Fishing Tackle. 1
f Wm. !C. Davis tof the Cd Tenm . .
- will oiler for public rale in Whaau -u-r. ,, "tt' i?r, Rice, 8otln, I, a, ek Pepper,
f.-nn., for r adv cash, on the FIRST DAY I "'' AlluU of fi" Cai.Jics,
l !J H NEXT. ihe. Lot lairrhr.se,! hv bi.rt of '"ftKuH, vVC.
J'l'N E NEXT, Ihe Lots purchased by him of
.Mr. Z. C. (jlraves; upon one of which is a
I'rame Cabin, erected in lSJiS, having two
rooms, I- 'lied and plastered, a fire-place iu
e-ieh : tie' rem:) i ns of a framed Kmnl, Tlmi:
huili. of yellow pf.btr in tim year 18")!?; a
fi'in ta- I lb-1 iu ha viiig both Cow and Horse Sta
''", t'.iii Crii., Caerif. .go Jiou.r ijo., (the
i'.v. il.ag l.'o.i ' v.a binned during tho past
fal!.) Ui ae U al.-o a Cistern in the yard, but
mueli de.im.i'ed h.rterly. TV is lot ccntaii:.7
three or upwaHs aiaa -, anil has on it a selec
iou of ihe iine.:t fruit dmaring Tices and
ii.. -, pn.dia iu- tile bt of Oripc-s, for tho
, :-o.iuei (1f (ei) gallons of wine) Mrs. G.
v.t.,- . il'ered c;K!i o la4 autumn, or 2o a gallcu
for all sdio bad. This lot i? divid.ed from the
Kcinalo ('.d.lege only by a street being a con
venient distance for a boarding hoine. To
those desiring to pureiiaso at private sale my
t'Tms are, as heretofore, except that the r.ur
,.l...or .vp( j (Uf. for ay damages sustimied
since the middle "f March la-t part of which
has I. . a ns-a;sse anl promptly paid (Saturday
evcmiiir. 4th in (...for siv fruit l
by '.ov.s, which is in full as to themh abr enco
.f proof and v, i:nt of time, said to be the cause
of partial investigation - which has since been
attended to as fr a practicable. 1 would state
to thi'MMn the country, or at n. distance, that
the li: iie negroes of the neighborhood have
m.i pcrni'dted any perceptible depreciations
sin. th- -li.il in?t., noL mU.-iug a plank or post,
Irom th.- fences, shkjle. paling, or anything
of the Mud, indeed little cause of complaint
existed prh.r to the loth or 10th March, last.
Rut as regards some of the boys attending the
l'unu!o .-ehool, they have not soreadily dropped
acquired habit.:, rhowing a wofal want, cf homo
education, or that outside asrociitions are
Wronger than their good principles and paren
tal admonitions. For the above farts I refer
to Mc:-s. (h;''a, Templeton. and other".
If sohl privately, tho door shutter:,, sash,
blinds, mantles, A.-c., roinaining on the pivm
i -e.i (.' Clu lust, can be had at my residence in
iheir thin eoihillion, ns wn by "jrcssrs. Haw
kins, Rass, Spcncrir, and others.
-3 this lot fronts tho j.rivatc grounds of tho
Mary Sharp College, I cannot 'recommend it
as being suited for a Military encampment,
aside from other causes; hut' for educational
conveniences, or for the comforts of a private
residence, it has few e.-pials.
The other lot contains some 10 or 11 acres
has io improvements, is under good fence arid
wet! set in a;rass, and adjoins the lands of Mrs.
At tho same time t expect to self one or two
N -i-oe--, to pay the balance of the debt created
by their purchase. '
apiOO-lawliw J. jj. DA. VIS.
Tt -..., f.; re.i: tv t
.ii,,,. , ' r ,o . I vxiuls, vHucoci, lye Jjftines, Trnvi'liiic
1'hisnn-ed, a are-place iu Goods, Linen lldkfs., Silk IJdkfe., Black Sil
. renei i a ol rami, SimoU Il,m:n It:... imjii.. .. . - "
iie-fl, nan liosn, iio.se ana ladies: (jamifietii,
line Sewing Thread, Sewing Silks, all kind
and colors; Sewing Twist. Hoop Skirts, UaU,
Lyo Stufls, Epsom Salts, Endidi Bluckimr.
Confcdenite uo Mason's do. Shoe Brushes,
iiair liruses, a lino lot of Combs, Tooth
i.rusnes, loitet coups,
I-oyl?r, SJiot, Onps,
Shoe StlillL'S. Sm-illL' and Snmmnr lTflfo
and a variety ot other articles, all on Email
uu i.v.i-i ior cam. uive us a call.
i'r!I J m llV KSE Y RHODES.
To Soldiers' Families in tie Con-
The suscriber otters ami it nf fmali tw.
on Rice. by the single tierce, to the families of
Boilers m acuiai service, or those who died m
in' military service of the Confederate States,
at ten cents wir lh.
Applicants, whether by person or letter,
uuesi luraisa evidence ot tatir chum in writing,
from some person known to or certified by un
If money be sent, hv rh nlr n Tirtn wilt rid
shipped according to insi actions, drawa
...,.. uo,.,. .luueu a-ut iiie surplus ctianiro wm
1 n I.. . 1 ,1 1
o umieiuiuu jn li.esar.ii! nunricr.
ii. R. LAMAR, Savannah, Gfl.
t v .- t-v-.!-
W. J. Slatter
. ''-'"" for tho use of the ai
u.y prmteu as neatly as can be done in the Cbi -teder.icy.
A good lot of line colored inks urX
. Orders promptly filled. e5'
Spoil Thread, Leather and Money
Can be had in .Intv
1 allow L.mo tor u to
V. S. CfclODbE.
l - - -' -d Salem, Jetin.
A DUE RILL. FOR EVE Uh IH'X
DRKD T(T.T.Ay c, ..,.- n '.i
vvinchoster Sc Alabama Railroad, two or three
WCeiCS Sille.C Th.-. r.n.n.l nan .af ?f 1 V rl,v
scribing it and paying for this advertif.aiior.i.
Apr22-dtf. ' W. W. PETTY-
'S. A. HAND I, V. Winr.lir.cf.ir Tpnn..
.TAMRM -T PRVflV A4K,... M an- 1
. A V- IlLIfl.l' il, VI., w A
1 .A:..A.i i.. . . ... 1
luiuiAt-u io receive ana lecnint tor h ciai":j
T,V... If r ,., r. ... n.
uuu xi u luorKan cc uo.. is .vine. ienn.
Ail nfirartl.e inrlr.iilri :,1 .,ill 1
call and settle their Midcbtedncss.
mam-tt limy MORGAN & CO.
ARKANSAS LANDS FOR SAL&
SEVEPAL SECTIONS OF ARKANSAS
can he bought very low for Confederate Notoi
or Bonds. Enquire at this office. mh8-tf
wjyxvxiUi.U VllCWXlxg IJUavwwi
All kinds of blank f ' TO BE HAD AT DANIEL IBRAZEL
jr tho use of them. TON'S Stern in TiTir.hr.ar
.----. -mm ( m 14VU VW fc, m,
Nov. 25 tf. ,
OFFICER'S PAY ACfCOUNT.
ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT Tft'
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