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Tuesday Morning;. May 19th,
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vi nets h w? would desire, we
: tl ', . ,, .! :' aled. Our friends
, ii.Mi umii that point.
valuable lives, and
';.r in the dome of
: he name of Stonc
a of such a iiirrn t:ii
vui'enitt', and any
m dear-bought. But he is
it). ;,,. . After a tear 10
. . 't, Mil. r inatturi
i ji, ,it!on north of the
r- i-hI tiiat stream le-
v.Muid, witli his 100,000
win luidonly about ono-
. f,!n, aware of the im-
l su.e--, did all he
h' ii ;.':d a-.-i-.t iJooker, anil
lloolu-rhad more ni'.n ihan be could manage.
iilh d ti.i: m ot the a bouuori
ti" tirl..ram- were publi-Ucd in
, iufjrui.bti- and i.avalyzo the "Opper-V-
liavo in u'.ir pose:.ion now a
m paper which actually published that
K a was in Jliehuiond, and tliat the
us t.l c -cliisively under Fed
:d coutroltliat !. ri-r ' d st'-ip'-S were
Ci.,;l;i.-.,: V,rf, 'I'Sii.s v. ii! r-'atoa lauh in the
...:..:i:4.. -it fvovi ' of f..nner bulletins sent
N'-Tth. bv Van'"'t M!i-? k This grnnd Ma
p .!ia:.sin.''-vbid t- h.wa otl'ect in AVall
sti-.- t. ' Tli- :-to-k jobbers, and others there,
...ii. l. v.- :i:f.."'l to t.'ie :i trood sum for sueh
ri.".v The (loY-ivn'ieiit ooii'.d nll'ord to spreu
hit,. ,i;.m:i t!,. ( .i m of sueh an announeement-
The ('opp-. i'ie-ad.-i N'.i'th would ho squelched
.ad-r, f.n-' ript'mn work Letter, and recog-
1 1 ! t i . . 1 1 ..f Si:iitii".ru ('onfederaey by Europe
t, t. But the lie mii'd soon explode.
': tii ;ir-t i vw.s of th-r tight in Europe may
K:il .;.,i,h. to ii.rgct Yankee character, and the
belief that Kiel: iooikI lias fallen will train somo
. i.-c:iiatio!i. Buttrulh will soon explode the
, . Ta" : 'a'. inent.i of the Tribune, lying
i.vvf. a.-, ii i, will .-!i"'V tiial Hooker has met a
.:evciM defeat. This puper adinitu that all their
Col. R. W. McGavock.
Col. McGuvock Avas killed in tho
late fight at Raymond, iMiss. He was
wctl known throughout Tcnnessco as
u gentleman of wealth and influenco.
Previous to tho breaking out of the
war ho was Mayor of Nashville. Ho
was among the first to tako u5 arms
in defence of tho South, and was' taken
prisoner at tho desperate battlo of Fort
Donelson, and upon being exchangod,
re-ported at onco for duty at Vicksburg.
lie has nobly fallen' in tho cause of
freedom, and his name is added to tho
laurelled list of immortal heroes who
shall bo forovcr enshrined in the mem
ory of a grateful country. Col. M. was
a brother-in-law to tho Messrs. Dcery,
well-known citizens of our town and
county. 51 r. uobt. Deery has gone x,o
atteud to tho remains of his relative.
This eminent, honorable and venera
ble looking jurist paid our sanctum a
visit yesterday. Uo seems improved
wonderfully in looks and health, owing
louptless, to tho inhalation of free
.Southern atmosphere since his release
from a nine months imprisonment
North. Judge M. has come' to open
his court, or, rather, to"aUjourn it.
(Iknkral Marshall Superseded.
lien. Humphrey Marshall arrived at
Abingdon on Wednesday. We learn
from the Bristol Advocato that ho has
been superseded in his command by
Gen. Wm. Preston, of Kentucky. Ho
will probably tako command of some
forces out West.
LAND TOR SALE.
I "WISH TU SELL MY LAND, (JON
sisting of 412 acres, 1 miles north of Winches
ter and U from Alasonia. It is situated in n
good neighborhood, convenient to churche3
schools, with good water ooin lor stocK ana
family use. There is about 00 acres blazed,
the balance in timber. Tolerable good build
ings on the place, and in n healthy location,
all of which can bo had on reasonable terms.
For furtner. particulars call on the subscriber,
on tho premises.
MnylO-Sw JOHN W. MAttTIN, J k.
State of Tennessee, Franklin Co.
Mary E. Turner vs. Milton II. Turner.
ON motion of complainant, and it appear
ing to tho satisfaction of tho Clerk and Master,
that the defendant, Milton II Turner, i not a
citizen of the State of Tennessee, it is ordered
that publication be made for four successive
weeks in the Winchester Bulletin, a newspaper
published in the town of Winchester, Tennes
see, commanding the said defendant to be and
appar at tho next term of our Court, to be
holden at the Court Houst in the town of Win
chester, on Wednesday after the third Mon
day in Au-nihtnext. to answer, plead or demur
to complainants mil. or ute sumo win no xaKcn
for confessed as to him, and set tor hearing ex
porta. II. K. LSl lLli, J. & Jl.
SODA AND GROUND PEAS.
ti kegs Soda,
f)0 bags Ground Peas. For sale by
J. II. WILLY
MaylC-lw. Chattanooga, Tenn.
TENNESSEE, GEORGIA, AND S r
BANK NOTES In sums to suit purchalpr.
For salo by J. II. WILLY,
MaylG-lw. . Chattanooga, Tenn.
ON SATURDAY THE 23d INST AX.
tant, I will sell at auction at my residenei
lot of Fmrniture, consisting of bureaus, table
chairs, sideboards, wardrobts, bedsteuds, mat
tresses, and other articles too numerous tJ
mayll-dtd. J. G. McCUTCHEON.
O. JErJL. ''Willy,
OFFERS FOR SALE
120 boxes Manufactured Tobacco,
20 cases Smoking Tobacco,
20 bbls. do. do.
5 bags Coflee,
20 bbls. Sugar,
20 " New Orleans Syrup,
14,000 lbs Iron,
25 boxes Candy,
WixciiESTEii.Mny 10th, 1803.
THE District Court of tho Confederate
vuinn a a mniion inn r Tin m irn i in i liar rirT ni i . -.
w., .... v.. - . v WUn sunclry otner aruCes, an of which -fill
lennessee, sitting at tins juaee nas in s ay bc So,d ut rice3 to suit, pttrticuiar aUcntion
uiijdui ufu umn mi paid to orders.
By order of w. ii. in mi iiKEis, Administratrix Notice.
J. I?. CtEMENTsf HAVING been qualified as Adminiatratrii
Marshal etc. on ine JLSiaie 01 'ei-nru j. cims, aeceased, I
my 9 1m
Richmond, May fJ, 1863. J .
EXCHANGE NOTICE. No. 5. The fol
lowing Confederate officers and men have been
duly exchanged and are hereby so declared.
1. All officers and men who have been deliv
ered at City Point at any time previous to
May 6, 1S03.
request all persor.s having claims against said
estate to present them, and all indebted to come
forward and settle at onco, as 1 am anxious to
close it up as soon as possible.
GOLD WATCH TOR SALE,
A FINE DOUBLE CASED GO 1.0
2. All officers captured at any place before WATCH a splendid time-keeper. Apply ai
.! -ad and woiind"d verft left-in our hands
hat Sed.;wiel:'s Corpi ht G,00l, and that the
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sxt!i v.'.rp-, nn let mo imuiemaio coniuiuiiu oi
Hi ioker, lost. s,oni) that other losses are heavy
- thnt Honker h forced hack from all tho im
portant positions he had secured, etc., etc. And
it admits that Hooker's army, though hardly
.i,-f.,tt.;l, is (irroily demoralized, and accuses
Ilool..,.r ii 'wanting in ability. Poor Hooker.
Mo m i s now tho ghosts of MeClellan, Mc-
lioi.igal. l'ope, and Uurnsido, and knows his
A, om. la thn Kast all i "clear"
-.p'ign papers and statesmen all say theaf-
:air at Charleston is a disgraceful defeat of the
-dn-'loriou-: Yanl.ees. The Yankees cannot
. !',ito tin- assertion. All well there.
ffiiirs have looked a littl-tgloomy, but not so
!,ad many believe. Let us seo. AVo esti
iniil" thnt Grnnt enmiiiaiids 50,000 A'ankees,
who arc threaten ing Jackson, and, therefore,
;'ie rear of V lek.-hurg. lint we will say
1 1 rant has her ti reinforced, and has 80,000
..i-Mi .-till w. do in.! t'cel tho least alarmed,
l.eit we eori jeclure a desperate struggle. And
it is true that, Grant will not l e economical of
his men whose terms of ehlistment soon expire,
fie will puttbeni in front, as Hooker put his
.hi the Rappahannock. We believe ho is de
termini'd to risk a great battle before muster
hit out his regiments, and the loss of men will
hi? a .;ecotviary consideration with hirn. Our
trooi s are aware of that, and are ready. AVo
nave a large army there, and preparations for
meeting the t'oe havo not been sparingly made
And. while (Irani is advancing to the rear of
Viek-Jiiir:?:. ho endangers his flanks. In an ex
remity I'ort llud-on could bo evacuated and
the iroop thrown upon Grant's left flank. A
garrison can hoi I Vicksburg, and tho farther
ti rant advances the more certain is his defeat.
Really, we .-ee no cause for gloom in regard to
Mississippi. Perhaps our hopo misleads our
judgment, but, we are not tho least despondent.
IN MIUULK TKNSKSSEK
I'lie prospect, increases that llosecrans and
Bragg w ill soon he engaged. AVo don't think
,.ny Southerner in our liiidit doubts the success
uf our cause in such an emergency.
And the starvation programme has " played
out." We don't think its horrid evils are any
v. here linmintjiit. Lav Lto.
The Yankees .tro said to bc
evacuating all Northwestern Virginia,
tho k'Plotr. o' ri-rrpont
EoiUET. AVo would tell about a beautiful
borpiet sent us last evening would even be
presumptuous enough to attempt an acKnowi
udgment in words of our gratefulness would
be constrained to mention tho charms of the
lovely donor- but we have concluded to only
say we have received tho present. God bless
P.uiuii.AV.Y. Some thief broko into the store
of our Postmaster, G. A. Shook, on Saturday
night last, c fleeting an entrance through the
cellar door. He opened all the drawers, rifling
them of their contents, but only got some tit -
teen or twenty dollars. We verily believe
there are rogues in Winchester as well as else
Raus. Tho supply of rags being brought in
laily is large, but nothing like as great as we
need. AVe hope our friend3 in town and
country will bestir themselves to furnish all
D.ft,.AVe call the attention of persons wish
ing to purchase a good farm, eligibly located,
to the advertisement of John AV. Martin, Jr.,
in to-day's issue.
the 1st of April, 18G3, who have been released
3. All men captured in North Carolina or
ATirgi nia before the 1st of March, 18(13, who
have been released on parole,
4. The officers and men captured and paroled
by Gen. S. P. Carter, in his expedition to Kast
TitnnpMCP in December last.
5. The officers and men captured and paroled wel1 clone
Kt- r ;.nit..n.int omU Stewm-t tit an I'.urfn oruer
Arkansas January 25th, ISO?,; by Col Dickey
in December, l&h2, in h'.s march to the Mobile
and Ohio Railroad, and by Captain Cameron
at Corinth, Mississippi, in December, lbu2.
h. I he officers and men paroled at I 'xtord,
the BULLETIN OFFICE.
FOR the information of customers the un
dersigned states his prices for carding are in
lollows: xor white, 5() cents per pound; lr
mixed 45 cents, and he warrants it th.dl Iv
Wool must be brought in good
Cpton Mills, near AYinchcMer.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to-then-
Mississippi, on the, 2t'd ot December, 1802; at tato t-f Wm. Darwin, deceased, either by not-
Des Are, Arkansas, on the 17th of January, or accounts, are requested to come forward una
1803. and at. Baton Rouce. Louisiana, on the settle: and all nersoD holdinir claims nirainst
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23d of Fehruarv, ISO;
the estate are hereby requested to present t hum
7. All persons who have been captured on for settlement, aa required by law, as wc an?
the sea, or the waters leading to the same, or j anxious to wind up the estate, &c. This the
upon the seacoast ot the Cont"derate or t ruled 1st day ot May, lco4
States at any time previous to December 17th,
8. All civilians who have been arrested at
any time before the 0th of May, 1803, and re
leased on parole, are di-chnrged from any and
every obligation contained in ?nid parole. If
any such person has taken any oath of all
inance to the United States, or given any bond
or it his release was accompanies witn any
BENJ. B. KNIGHT,
JAS. M. DARWIN.
BS, Any person, having a surplus of Con
federate money and desiring to invest the same
profitably, ought to read the advertisement in
to-day's paper headed ' beautiful residence."
Fkost. On Sunday night there was a con
siderable frost in this section of country, but
not sufficient, wo believe, to do any material
jpgy-A flag of truco boat reached City Point
Thursday night, about 11 o'clock, with 700
prisoners of war, -10 political prisoners, and 10
I HAATE JUST RECEIVED AND own
ed for tale, in one of Mr. Crune's offices, tluw
doors above A. S. Colyer's office, a small lut
or u n.s mease, was accompanies wun any g , &nd H ,.inSi Needles, Fine
other condition, he is discharged from the ' . Tuck Combs, a few
Sft9If any person embraced in any of the UoltH Osuahurgs,
forceroinc: sections, or in any section of any and a splendid article of VIRGIN 1A CHEW
previous Exchange Notice, wherein they are ING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, which I
declared exchanged, or in any rederal prison, will sell on reasonable prunt tor cash,
they are to be immediately released and de- apr,19-dtf. JAMES HARRIS,
hvcred to the Confederate authorities.
Mayl7-Gt. Ag't of Exchanrn.
Confederate newspapers will insert the fore-
BRING THEM Itf.
ALL persons holdine my change tickets
going notice six times, and send their accounts notified to present them within two n onth
to the AVar Department.
In tho house formerly occupied ly "Wilc S.
IX WISCIIESTER, TEXN.,
FOR CONFEDERATE NOTES
IT IS A NEW BUILDING, CONVENI-
ent to the Alary Sharp College, has five well-
plastered rooms, besides a cook room and a
dinin" room. Tnere is one or the nnest oi
gardens attaeticci iou, oesiues siaoies, Kiicnens,
and all necessary out-h. uses. Also, a splendid
cistern. AVill bo sold for cash, at a low price.
kpply to AV. J. SLATTER, Bulletin Oflico.
from this date, else they will not be redeemed.
R. J. TUIOJtK.
May 1 3 dtf.
Office of Commandant of Conscript,
Khoxville, Tkxst., May 7, 1863.
The undersigned have just opened and on wiu 0CRed at mc(. Q fnro M ColH,cri,ltf,
hand a fine a.sortmen ot Goods, among winch oU D ' shlritfs in their regpccti ve tliMrictf ,
may oe nameu trie louow.ng: hn f Ponsprint Hfre Thev will l
H AKDH Altll. furnished with descriptive lists, and bedirocted
ITof R. .Stock Locks. Padlocks. But'cv AVhins. to report at tho camps of instruction. These
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Pishinf Tackle. in .Middle Tennessee will report to tnc cow
dirrrniri mandant of the camp of instruction ai x
I5 I Kl J.S. ....:u ....i : J T.-., .. t. ill re-
vuiiM, uucuiJ, ""ii nun, i,iui jLCLiin-r, . .... .i ,i. ...,, Knot-
Tobacco, all kinds of fine Cirrars. r.anAM P?" lu luu TOUuauv ul lue LU'' "
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LAND TOR SALE.
TAVO HUNDRED AND SIXTY-TAVO
acres of land, two miles south of Estill Springs,
on the Nashville and ChattanoogH Railroad.
For particulars call at the premises, upon
thci undersigned. S. HOPKINS.
The friends of JAS. K SHOOK feel author
ized to announce his name as a candidate to
represent Franklin county in the lower branch
of the next Legislature myl5-2aw,td
Dress Gooes, Calicoes, De Laines, Traveling
Goods, Linen Hdkfs., Silk Hdkfs., Black Silk
Ties, Half Hose, Hose and Ladi-s' Gauntlets,
fine Sewing Thread, Sewirg Silks, all k nds
and colors; Sewing Twist. Hoop Skirts, Hats,
A Ii S !,
Dye- Stuffs, Epsom Salts, English Blacking,
Confederate do Mason's do. Shoe Brushes,
Hair Brushes, a fino lot of Combs, Tooth
Brushes, Toilet Soaps,
Povrrtor, Shot, Caj s,
Shoe Strings, Spring and Summer Hats.
and a variety ot other articles, all on small
advance for cash. Give us a call.
apl7 lm RUSSEY & RHODES.
E. D. BLAKE, Lt. Col. C. S. A.,
mylO-lOt Commandant of Conscript.
ARKANSAS LANDS FOR SALE.
SEVERAL SECTIONS OF ARKANSAS'
LANDS, within a few hours ride of Memphis,
can be bought very low for Confederate &
or Bonds. Enquire at this office. nihti-tt
S. A. HANDLY. Winchester, -Txnn., nd
JAMES J. PRYOR, Atlanta, Ga., aro au
thorized to receive and receipt for all claims
due Irby Morgan & Co., Nashville, Tenn.
All pers .ns'indebted to said firm will plea"
call and settle their indebtedness.
inar24-tf IRBY MORGAN & cu.
. Splendid Chewing Tobacco.
TO BE HAD AT DANIEL .BRAZEL
TON'S Stare in AVinchestcr.
Nov. 25 tf.
OFFICER'S PAY ACCOUNTS
ON HAND AND JJOR SAIiB AT TII l
P3ilv Bulletin office.
FORMS ON HAND AT THE BCLLETIS
OFFICE, viz: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, i), 10, 12, M 14
17, 20, 1. 22. 23, 24.
Also, Morning Reports for Hospitals, .uunte
and Pay Rolls, Descriptive Lists &c. bcauti
fully printed on cood paper. Other B.an
J printed to order. f"3'
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