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Tliu lialtirnorc American of the 12th
1 has the following items :
; .77 e Twentieth Xew York Coming Home.
The 20th Now York arrived hero oh
'Friday from Falmouth ami left for
New "York. Although their term ot
service expired on tin 3d, the men
patriotically refused to.lenve their brig
ade until tli o kittle over.
Ili'bd rrimicr.t Taking the Oath.
Sixty-five Hebel prisoners tofik the
oath ot allegiance and expressed a
dot-ire to remain "within our lines.
Might were from JS'orth Carolina, tliir
toon from .Mississippi, thirty from
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l'aylov, of Alahama,
pi' '. -d L. , l!i'.-OU;;h Mtlj'.'l' Wiggs,
j-ipc, mad.' uf hvven hark."
1; ..i ;:.,;' - tu iviiytl:ing in the pipe
! u'. v e i. :;'.' s. on . For a ua!!d
. ;nii- c!' tho yi!;i'! heautiful material,
;: ;tv. al u itid d.tcd t him. We aro
''i.-vy u !'.! a!, ie:i:- ,lohn, and if you
!-vc as io.ig iv heart will he grato
:'.m : -! y tar sidi (tdVrings, yoiir life
r .; !' waid (!.at (Ji.-n. daemon had
. r.ijig pr'-oi!:ment that 1." would
:,e:d!id in-: in- the war ua.i biuught
' el'-si1, and that this event would
,.i'yij i j lac u in the Inst, or ono of the
la.st b:tit.!ts lought.
S-'.T" To oi:r clever' Iriend, P. F. Mc-
i. ;.. .1 , w. !;ro indebted for a copy ot the
i,uu::.ii;.' journal of the 0 Lit, and shall
xi : act livni it to morrow.
kky M. (I. O.shorne hris n nj)lendid
ot tine smoking tobacco. !ivo it
A Dksi MAi'.ia: 'idi.ui -io. The liieh
montl Kxuininor nays. The priKoners
''nlimt'- f- arrive in this city daily,
u 'idcci .s 'm the (ladies) ears and the
p rivates iifoot... As thebo prisoners ar--;vod
at !ainea's we are informed the-.-.rt.iy
Millers bought ii) their green
. u " -a dh avidity, giving thuni three
; liars C .nt'idorate money fur ' ono
d-dar in l.'r.i-tcd States. Mauv of the
Var:;;c :-; verc h.'.ard to rcmaVk that
idd". did not, look much as if we expee-todt-
ho Htinnteiy fncwsiui in our
fit rug ;h.' i'.)r indcpondc-iiec, else- wo
v. on id not., upoH the he.ls of what wo
claimed to be n great victory, be ho
r eady to give thre of our dollais for
ono ot theirs. Tho mora! effect of this
ort ot traffic is certainly very, bad, but
there is no help for it, as Congress has
.'v.f;:sed to pass a law forbidding it.
Louisiana, nine from Alabama, and six
, from Virginia. Aloro than one-fourth
of tho whole number captured will
' take tho. oath.
i The Xvmber of Wounded.
The total number of -wounded arriv
ing here from Hooker's army up to 3
; p. m. of yesterday was 2,201).
j An Entire Company of Ilrhd Cavalry
I An arrival at Fortress Monroe from
I North Carolina brings intelligence that
, on Wednesday last our cavalry fi(iptur
I od an entire company of Rebel cavalry
i villi all their horses and arms. (let).
J Foster had sent a number of Rebel
j families from Newborn, but the Rebels
jrv fused to receive them.
I The Panic in Jdchmond.
j Incredible as tho report of the orfi
If'Ts who have just returned from .Rich
. mond with regard to the alarm caused
j l.y Stoiiemaii's approach and the do
j fenceless condition of the city may ap
j pear, it is concurred in, so far as is
i known, by all of them, both naval and
military. Sorno sa' that only too
parole extorted from the prisoners pre
vented them from rising upon tho few
and feeble guards. Others communi
eato tho fact that on Monday last sev-
i oral members of tho Richmond City
I Guards, -viich was composed, of be
I tween six ami seven hundred of the
I oldest citizens, returned to Richmond,
'reporting that their battalion was
taken prisoners by Stoneman's cavalry,
: about tiftpcii uiilea from the city, on
j Sunday night, while on a reeonnois
ance to jiseei tain the cause of the in
j terruption of travel, and released on
, parole, Gen. Stoneman being then in
j iio condition to encumber himself with
prisoners. Uu their voyage down tlu
river the returning officers saw two
divisions of Lougstrcets force coming
from Suffolk toward .Richmond,
Sympathy with JieLels.
Friday afternoon papers contained
an announcement that a boat load of
rebel pri.-onois would arrive at tho
Sixth street wharf, and soon afterward
Iho secesh sympathizers of both sexes
began to assemble there with baskets
of oranges, biscuits, sandwiches and
other delicacies. Dut Captain Todd,
the Trovost Marshal, informed these
would-be-friends of tho cnomy of their
country, that no attention could bo
shown the prisoners, who wero receiv
ing as good fare, and much of it. as
! was given to tho Union soldiers. "Any
one," said the Captain, "who attempts
to insult the prisoners, or any ono who
j makes any demonstration oi sympathy
1 for them, shall be arrested it will be
cowardly to hiss and treasonable to
applaud." Whereupon the butternuts
departed with their provender, the
female portion of them fowling angri
ly as they passed the incxorablo officer.
r& A correspondent of tho Mobile
Register, writing from' Jackson, Miss.,
under date tho 7th, ways: '
About ono hundred prisoners arrived
from Vicksburg last 'evening. A por
tion of them wero taken at Grand Gulf,
and the remainder composed the crew
and passengers of the tug which was
sunk in attempting a few nights ago to
pass Vicksburg. "Three of tho latter
are reporters for tho New York Herald
and Tribune, and very gentlemanlike
personages. One of them $id one
million rations were destroyed at the
timo of their disaster. Tho staid re
porter of the Tribune sought safety on
a bale of hay which floated from the
wreck as it went down. Tho impetus
caused by tho night of the quill spring
ing upon the balomado it revolve three
or four times, and it is to bo hoped the
immersion purified him of somo little
portions of his sins and abolittou fanat
icism. They are to be sent to-day or
to-morrow to Se'ma, and I hear tho
reporters will bo unconditionally re
leased, as being non-combatants.
8U The New York Times, of the 8th, says :
Tho retrognde movement of General ITooker,
to this sidi) of the Uappahannoelc, his heen to
the people ono of tli.j very sharpest of their
many disappointments. The
stern fact still remains that what promised to
be tho decisive movement of the war, has
turned out an absolute failure.
HORSE TOR SALE.
A FINE, S-yenr old l?uy lIor.e, in good
order, suitable for ('aval 'V, ran bo had by ap
plying at tlu " Bulletin "" Otfiee. A cavalry
saddle will be sold with him if wanted.
.V WLXClWSTEll, TF.X.X..
FOR CONFEDERATE NOTES.
IT IS A Is K Y Bl'ILTUNt), OONVKNI-
cut to the .Mary Sharp follee, 1ms five well
plastered room.-., besides a -uok room and a
dining room. There is one of the ihio.-t ot
gardens attached to it, besides stables, kitchens,
and all ncccst-ary outdi r..-os. Al.-o, a splendid
cistern. Vill bo sold fureash, at a b.ov price.
Apply to V. J. ril.ATTEU, Bulletin Otliee.
LAND FOR SALE.
TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY-TWO
seres of lantl, two miles south of hstill Spring,
(n the Nuhville and Chattanoog- .Railroad.
Tor particulars call at the premises, upoa
the undersiguud. S. llOPKINS.
LAND FOR SALE.
f WISH TO SELL MY LAN D, VMS-
p-isting of 422 acres, 4 mile? i;or:h of Winehe- -
tor and 1.1 from Alasonia. It is situated in a
good neiglil'orhoi.i.l, convenient to churelies
Beimels, 'A'ithgod.l water both for steek and
f.-unily-use. Tlu m is :.b.-nt '-'no aertf blu.ed,
the balance i.i timber. Toll rr.ble youd build
ings on tho place, and in a healthy loi,-;itioii,
all of which can bo hud on lvasoi.alle terms.
For furtner j.nnieidius call on the sub -"Tiber,
on the preitii.-.i'i.
-Mayt'J-Sw.'-'' JOHN W. 'MARTI N', Jr.
WiM'iitsTiiK, May pith, 1 H'ti.
THE Distrief Cou-t cf the, Collfeirtife
States of Ai ucrica, lir the Miil'lbi Duifrict o!
I eiines-ee, sitting nt this phee, lias tliis day
adjourned until .MONDAY, the 1st dav of
By order of W. H. II M -PUKY, YS,
No. :,. -Th
; and men ha vi
E. en a .t;k nutic;
lowing ' out. ili-raie otlieei
duly evb'iiigc.l and are herrbv so declared.
1. All oibeeis nml men who lia e been deliv
ered a' t'iiv I'oin: -it, a:;v time previous to
May C. IMI':;.
12. All ofiieers captured at any plice before
thohtof April, lsr.:j, who have been released
. All men caiturcd in North Carolina or
Virginia before the 1st of .March, 18iKi, who
have been released on, arole.
4. The olficers and men captured find paroled
by Gen. S. I'. Carter, in his expedition to East
Tennessee in December last.
o. Tho ollicers and men captured and paroled
by Lieutenant Colonel Stewart at Van Buren,
Arkansas, January iioth. lHi;8; by Col. Dickey
in December, isoj, in bis march' to the Mobile
and Ohio Railroad, and by Captain Cameron
at Corinth, Mississippi, in December. 1802.
6. The ollicers and men paroled at Oxford,
Mississippi, on the 2;5d of December, 1802; at
Des Arc, Arkansas, on the 17th of January,
ISO;!, and at Baton Kongo, Louisiana, on the
23d of February, 180:!.
7. All persons who have been captured on
the sea, or tho waters leading to the same, or
upon the seacoast of the Confederate or United
States at any time previous to December 17th
8. All civilians who have been arrested at
any time, before the 0th of May, 1H03, ai.d re
leased on parole, are discharged from any and
every obligation contained in said parole. If
any such person has taken any oath of alle
giance to the United States, or given any bond,
or if his release was accompanied with any
other condition,, ho is discharged from the
0. If any person embraced in any of the
foregoing sections, or in anv section of any
previous Exchange Notice, wherein they are
declared exchanged, or in any Federal prison,
they are to .be immediately 'released and de
livered to the Confederate authorities.
Mayl7-Ct. Ag't of Exchange.
Confederate news.pape-M will insert the. fore
going notice six times, and send their accounts
to tho War Department.
RAGS! RAGS! XtAQsm
WE WANT AS -MANY KAOS AS WE
can get, and will pay the highest market price
for them. Let every one who reads this sond
us what ho or she may have. Unless we can
get rags we can get no paper.
bend to tho Bulletin all tho cotton rags you
n get. A liberal bonus will bo paid any one
who will take the trouble to get us up a laro
lot. Five cents per pound given, if delivered
in Winchester. apr8-tf.
Splendid Chewing Tobacco.
TO BE HAD AT DANIEL BRAZEL
TON'S Ktre in W inchestor.
ON HANI) AND FOR SALE AT THE
Daily Bulletin office.
SODA AND GROUND PEAS.
6 kegs Soda,
50 bng Orouud Peas. For sale by
,r ir , J- H- WILLY,
MaylG-1 w. Chattanooga, Tcnn
TENNF-SSEE, GEOKQIA, ,AND S. C
BANK NOTES In sums tosnit purchasers
For sate by J. U. WILLY,
May'16-lw. Chattanooga, Tenn.
ON SATURDAY THE 23d INST AN-
tailt. I will sell at noi-tion t nv itiA ..
.... . ...j ..u,uuiil0l
lot of r (mature, consisting of byrmuis, tables,
chairs, sideboards', wardrobes, bedsteads, mat'
treses, and other urticles too numeroo , .
mayll-dtcl. J, G. McCUTCHEON.
J". ZI. "Willy,
OFFEKS FOK SALE
120 boxes Mnnufactnred Tobacco,
20 cases Smoking Tobacco '
20 lbl.s. do. do.
20 bblu. Sugar,
20 " New Orleans Svrupv
14,iJU.i ibs Iron,
2; boxes Candy, '
With sundry other articles, all of
be sold at prices to su. Particular attoution
paid to orders. fw my9 lm
HAYING been quaMi'jed as Administrati-iv
on tho Estate of Richard F. Sims, rleef.msn.1 l
request all persons Inning claines aguinst said
estate to present thera, and all indebted to conn-
torward a.nd Mettle at once, as I am anxious to
close it up us soon xs nossiblo.
MRS. M. G. SIMS,
GOLD WATCH FOR SALE.
A FINE DOUBLE ASKn ' nm r.
All II a splendid timo-kotpcr. Anidy at
the 11 U C LF.'t'l X OFFICE. my7-U
FOK th information of eustnnir.ra (tin .
dersiio d t:ites bis l.i-ifpa fti. .
follows: I' or white. 30 cents nor rn.Ti1
mixed -lo cents, and h warrant it shall 1m-
wen uonc. Wool must be- broiigbt in good
ovdey. W. M. TAjfT,
Ujiton Mills, near Winchctster.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED t t fs
! ite ff W m. Darwin, deceased, either bv notes
r ace-cunts, are Jcquestvd to toiue forward and
' 'tie; and all persons holding claims again t.
i '-.e -.-trite iiro hen-by requested to present then.,
lor setMe:.:ie;jt, us required by law, as we an"
an.xmu.i :., wind up the iaiate, &e. This tW
1-t day -f Miv, 1803 . "
J5ENJ. B. KNIGHT,
i' AS. M. DARWIN,
I HAVE. JUST RECEIVED ANDope;,,
ed for sale, in one of Mi. Crane's offices. thre
doors above A. S. CoWmt.'s oATipp. a email 1...
SnOol ;inr1 Flnv TKn.. Jl !: '.. ji. t...
i ii t-us, is.eu.ies, imuv
Combs, Tuck Combs, a few.
and a splendid article of VIRGINIA CHEW
ING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, which J
will soil on reasonable profit fyr cai-h
apr.l'J-dtf. JAMES HARRIS.
BRING THEM IN.
ALL iifTaona btildinp" rnv rlio-no-A
are r.otiticdto present them within two months
from this date, else they will not be redeemed.
Mavl3-dtf. J. 1 L KNER.
Office of Commandant of Conscripts,
iVNoxviLLE, Ten.v., ilay 7, 1863.
ENROLLING OFFICERS in Tn.,
will proceed at once to pnrnll
all Deputy Sheriffs in their respective district?!.
"",J,"m' ,J "I eouscnpi, age. Ihey will bo-
" ii jpu vo i ibis, ana do directed.
to report at the enmps of instruction. Those
m -Middle Tennessee -.vill report to tho com
mandant of the camp of instruction at Fav
ottevilln, and those in East Tennessee will re
port to the commandant of tho camp at Kiiox
Vtlle. , 1 .
E. D. BLAKE, Lt. Col. C. S. A.,
my 10-10t Commandant of Conscript.
ARKANSAS LANDS FOR SALE.
SEVERAL SECTIONS OF ARKANSAS
LA!NDS. within a fow honra rAn Afrt.u:
can be bought very low for Confederate Notes
or .bonds. Enquire at this office. mh8-tf
S. A. HANDLY. W
JAMES J. PJiYOR, Atlanta, Ga., are au-
iuuii...ai 10 receive anu receipt for all claims
due lrby Morgan & Co., Nashville, Tenn.
AH pers-ms indebted to said firm will plcaso
call and sottle their indebtedness.
. "Mr'-M-tf IRIJY MORGAN & CO. "
FORMS ON HAND AT THE BULLETIN
Also, Morning ReporU for Hospitals, Master
and 1'ay Rolls, Descriptive Lists, Jtc. beauti-t-.ly
printed on good paper. Other Blanks
p. nted -- order. febl 7