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Morning. May 21st
From the First Tennessee.
about the First Ten-the
(,,.,..kV' -v 1. Tunny in Virginia is j
;u.,t now MunHit with avidity by many j
.:' our ,.:; 1. (.. wo :ii-nd the fgllow- j
. ::'ii Ic'iicv written by Captain
i -:k v. ioi- to L1-; .list ci- in our town : ,
- V... left our winter quar-'
. !.!.-.( udticnday, April 29th, after j
. l . 1 J a
a vi- i v
ion, in.ueo. arm pioceeueu 10 ,
... IMI...1 t 1 1 I 1
two niirhts and then
i nil the river. A. P. Hill's
!ivi:,!0!!, and olKor troops, remained j
ii(.-ar the Yankee lines until Saturday :
morning, when we, with u Stonowall
.fiu-k-on " as pilot, commenced a cir
cuitous movement which brought us
ii. -ar the river above the enemy. This,
Lite Saturday night. Marly yesterday
i''iin lay ) morning wo were formed in
lino of batrlo near where had been a
battle the day before. Soon after sun.
r ::.) the command " forward" was giv-
n, fit. whi(di our line advanced through
'he. pines to tho edge of a field, whero
J.o Yankees had a battery and some
F,!iirmisheis. These we capturod with
little resistance,' and advanced acrdss
u,o lield to tho fortifications of. the j
it;n".y, which proved to be pretty!
t.arong. Our brigade advanced under
j. heavy lir.e of musketry and shell to
.'ithiu a short distance of the breast
.vor'xy, which were too long, for our
line. This threw us under a cross fire
too heavy to stand long, so wo retreat
( -J. iJunU'ivcmcnts soon camo up and
oar line was' lengthened so as to enfi
!:ide the enemy. This started them,
..ad oar men followed them from en
:renchrnont to entrenchment, until late
.n the dny, when the fighting ceased,
resulting in a decided victory in favor
of the l 'ohiediu-ate arms.
Las). ni:;ht. we slept within gunshot
.f their skirmishers. To-day wo have
been fortifying, and are ready for "fight
ing Jo Hooker," if he chooses to ad
vance. The fight has been a hard
one, and 1 fool thankful to a higher
Being that my life has been spared.
I write hurriedly, as we are ordered to
bo ready to iuovj, to what locality I
There were 2S men in my company
.vhen we entered the field. Its entire
-ffective force. They all behaved well.
I was stmck on the hip by a frag
ment of a shell and stoped a while,
hut soon got over it.
Matt, Turner was a very fine young
ruan, and as good a soldier as can bo
found. I regret his death very much.
There will be a list of tho casualties
;n the regiment sont to the Bulletin
.soon. ide, another column Ed.
Bulletin. This is thought to be the
hardest tight we havo yet had, though
:t did not last as long.
It is estimated that we havo taken
Ten thousand prisoners. Tho killed
and wounded aro about the same on
John Burly, an army conespondent
of the .Richmond Enquirer, compli
ments, Winchester, and says it is clad
in peach and apple blosoms. A flowery
remark, to bo sure, but what would he
'.hink could he fcce, gracing our table
his morning and shedding its fragrance
ill aro uid, a boquot culled from tho
flower-yard of our worthy lady-citizen,
Mrs. A. 3. Colyar, and containing forty
f r..r ditlerent varieties of roses ? And,
this beautiful testimony of artistic ar
Viiguinont was made, by a noblo young
lady, forthe editor of tho Bulletin.
May tho sweet giver live as long as
r.ho soasons continuo to bring fair flow--r.",
and be as happy as wo aro gratoful.
TU exquisite entertainment
Mrs. .Nicholson will favor us with to--.tight,
will bo held at tho 0. P. Church!
Tickets can bo procured at tho Drug
Store Let there bo a full houso, and
thus show our appreciation of hor la.
tor for tho benefit of our soldiers).
I'iuexd Slatter: This has been a
1 gloomy day for this city, for to-day
I they loo!: for tho lust time upon the
jface of Stonewall Jackson a name
now known and honored throughout
tho earth. Tho great warrior lay in
Senate Chamber, with his flag
wrapped around his coffin, and covered
with choicest wreaths. To-morrow he
will bo carried to his, home in Lex
We shall soon again have stirring
scenes here, and Leo will offer Hooker
battle if ITooker does not advance
.... . ..
The markets are unsett ed. owin'to
tho excited stato of things. Many
things aro still at high figures. Beef
poundother meats in proportion.
lion. Ewcll is said to bo tho sucessor
of Jackson, but it is still uncertain.
jfcaj- Lincoln has mado a call for
500,000 moro men. He seems deter
mined to keep "pegging away" until
ho pegs out. "Why don't he enforce his
eonscription, so as to fill up tho places
of tho regiments whoso .terms of en
listment are expiring? Wo notieo tho
arrival in New York of several regi
ments whoso time was out before tho
late battle, but who " patriotically "
remained until tho fight was over.
fiteS TJjo great struggle near Fred
ericksburg consisted of three heavy
battles ; the first at Wilderness Church,
on Saturday, May 2d ; tho second at
Chancellorsvillo, on Sunday, May 3d ;
the third near Fredericksburg, on
Monday, May 4th. The first two were
under Hooker in person, the' third
under Sedgwick, who, with a heavy
column, was operating for the relief of
flf A correspondent of the Rich
mond Enquirer says that tho number
olVnall arms gathered from tho late
battle-field cannot be less than thirty
thousand ; a number far greater than
was ever before left upon a battle-field,
whilst of blankets, overcoats, and the
like, the quantity is far in excess of
anything before known.
jgjgfThe excited exclamation of the
New York Herald on learning of (Jen.
Hooker's advance was : "An endur
ing crown of glory, or ruined beyond
redemption." As he did not succeed
did not win "the enduring crown,"
of course he is "ruined beyond redemp
tion." - ...
We havo received the first num
ber of a very neat daily just started
in Huntsville, Ala., J. Withers Clay,
editor. Wo have long thought Hunts
ville ought to havo a daily, and unless
tho peoplo of that city are' different
from people generally, they will give
it a lucrativo support.
5-Wo thank Messrs. Hill it Swayzc,
the publishers, for tho May copy of
their Railroad & Steamboat Guide a
valuablo work. Price 75 cents per
number. Address them at Criftin,
J&sg Tho Jackson Appeal says :
"Having dispersod the enemy in
North Alabama, we are pleased to learn
that Gen. Forrest, with his Spartan
band, is expoctcd in this department
within a very few days."
SSF A large number - of poetical
contributions to the Bulletin will bo
attended to as soon as we have room
and time to spare.
IST Stonowall Jackson was born in
Virginia in 1825, and was therefore
thirty-eight years old at the timo of
Eanka has 18 regimenta of nine
months men wjth him whose term of
nliatmont ejrpiroa next month.
jg& Among the Yankee officers tak
en in Virginia, is Brigadier General
Hays, wlio.wasborn in .Richmond. His
present place of confinement is just in
rear of tho residence formerly occu
pied by bis mother and in sight of it.
HORSE TOR SALE.
A PINK. 5-year old Bay Horse, in good
order, suitable for CavaDy, can bo had by ap
plying at tho " Bulletin " Office. A cavalry
saddle will be sold with him if warded.
.V WIXCUESTEJt, TEXX.,
FOR CONFEDERATE NOTES.
IT IS A NEvY BUILDING. CON VENI-
ent to tho Mary Sharp College, has rive well
plastered rooms. besides a rook room and a
dining room. There is ono of the finest ot
pardons attached to it, besides stables, kitchens,
and all necessary cut-h uses. Also, a splendid
cistern. Will bo sold for cash, at a low price.
Apply to AV. J. BLATTER, Bulletin Office.
LAND TOR SALE.
TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY-TWO
acres of land, two miles south of Estill Springs,
on the Nashville and Chattanoog.- Railroad.
For particulars cull at the premises, upon
the undersigned. S. HOPKINS.
May 10-1 w.
LAND TOR SALeT
1 WISH TO SELL MY LAND, CON
sisting of 422 acres, 4 miles north of Winches
ter and 1J from Alasoniu. It is situated in a
good neighborhood, convenient to churches
schools, with good water both for stock and
family use. There is about L'00 acres blazed,
the btthmce in timber. Tolerable good build
ings on the place, and in a healthy location,
all of which can be had on reasonable terms.
For furtner particular call oii tho subscriber,
on the premises.
Mayl9-ow. JOHN W. MARTIN, Jr.
WMHESTfR, May 10th, 1863.-
THE District. Court of the Confederate
States of America, for the Middle District of
Tennessee, sitting at this place, has this dav
adjourned mail MONDAY, the 1st day of
June next. .
Br .vder of W. U. HUMPHREYS, '
J. D. Clemknt.s
Muvl7-dtf. Marshal, etc.
AVak DtIpaktm t,
Richmond. May 'J, )0.
EXCHANGE NOTICE, No. o. The ful
lowing Confrdenito eltieeiN and men have been
duly exchanged and re hereby su declared.
1. All otlicers niul men who have been deliv
ered t City Point at ur.y time previous to
.May t.i, INw.
2. Alt orhecrs raptured at any place bef.ir
the 1st of April, 1 W, who hwvebeeii r;h ased
. -mi men captured m .ortn Carolina w
Virginia before tho 1st of March, lSCC who
have been released on parole.
4. The. cdfieers and men captured and paroled
by (ten. S. P. Carter, in bis exoudition to East
Tenne;-s-ec in December last.
f). The officers and men captured andparoied
nv .Lieutenant Colonel Mewart at an i'.urm.
Ark'anstts, January 2;1th. 1x03; by Col Dickey
in December, 1.302, in his march to the Mobile
and Ohio Railroad, and ly Cantain Cameron
at Corinth, MisHisstppi, in Heccmhcr, l.2.
b. lhoomeers and men naroled at Oxford
Mississippi, on the 23d of December, 1802; at
lies Arc, Arkansas, on ne l.th ot January
1863, and at Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on the
23d of February, 1803.
7. All persons who havo been captured on
the ne, or tho waters leading to the same, or
upon xn' twit-oast ot the Conlederate or United
Mates ut any time previous to December 1 th
.H. All civilians wh haye boon arretted at
any time before tho 0th of May, 103, aul re
leased on parole, are discharged from any and
every obligation contained in said parol.!. If
any such person has taken any oath of a He
gianc; to the United Stages, or given any bond
or if his release was accompanied with any
other condition, ho is discharged lrom th
9. If any person embraced in any of the
toregotng sections, or in any section ol any
previous Exchange Notice, wherein they are
declared exchanged, or m auy federal orison
they are to be immediately released and de
livered to tho Confederate authorities.
ROM ERT OULD,
Mayl7-0t. Ag'tof Exchange.
Confederate, newspapers will insert the fore
going notice six times, and send their accounts
to the AVar Department.
WAGS! I.UGK! KAG8!
WE WANT AS MANY RAGS A3 WE
can get, and will pay th-i highest market prico
iof mum. ui every one wno reads taw send
us what ho or she may have. Unless wc can
get rags we can get no paper'.
Send to tho Bulletin all the cotton rata you
can get A liberal bonus will be paid any one
who will take the trouble to get ua up a 'large
lot. Five cents per pound given, if delivered
in Winchester. apr8-tf.
Splendid CheVing Tobacco.
TO BE HAD AT DANIEL .BRAZE L
TO N"S Store ia, Winchester .
Nov. 25 tf. .
OFFICER'S PAY ACCOUNTS .
ON HAND AND FOP. SAl li AT THK
Daily Bulletin orBc
SODA AND GROUND PEAS.
6 kegs Sda, ' ,
60 bags Ground Peaa. For sale by
J. n. WILLY,
MaylG-lw. Chattanooga, Tenn.
TENNES.SE K,' GEORGIA, AND S. C.
BANK NOTES In sums to suit purchaser
For sale by J. II. WILLY, ' '
May 1 0-1 w. Chattanooga, Tonn.
ON SATURDAY THE 23d INSTAN
tant, I will sell at auction at my residence a
lot of Furniture, consisting of bureaus, tablei
chairs; sideboards, wardrobes, bedsteads, mat'
tresses, and other articles too nutneroui to
way 1-1 dtd. J. G. McCl'TCIIKON
3T- 3E3C. Willy,
half an oopt, Tciiu.,
OFFERS FOR SALE
120 boxes 'Manufactured Tobacco,
20 cases Smoking Tobacco,
'20 bbL. .do. do.
fi bags Coflee,
20 bbls. Sugar,
20 " New Orleans Svrup,
14,000 lbs. Iron,
25 boxes Candy,
With sundry other article, all of which -Ail;
be solsl at prices to suit. Particular attention
paid to orders. my 9 lm
IIATING been qualified as Administratrix
on the Estate of Richard 2. Sims, deceased, 1
request all persons having claims against said
estate to present theni, and all indebted to corue
forwurtf afid settle at dnco, as I am anxious to
close it up aa soon as possible.
MRS. M. G. SIMS,
GOLD WATCH FOR SALE
A FINE DOUBLE CASED GOLD
WATCHa splendid time-keeper. Apply at
the BULLETIN OFFICE. sn,7-Vt
FOR the information of customers the un
dersigned states his prices for curding are as
tll . V ...1.8. . n, . . " ,
iv iuna.- x ur wuHu, oo cents per pouna ; lor
mixed 4.r cents, and he warrants it shall Ut
well done. Wool must b bmuirht in troid
order. AV. M. TAFT.
Uptnx Mills, near Winchester.
ALL PEKStWS INDEBTED to tho es
tate f Wm. Darwin, defeased, either by notes
or accounts, are requested to come forward and
settle: and all persons holding claims agaitiBi
tile estate are Hereby requested to present them
for settlement,, as required by law, as we an.
anxious to wind up the estate, &c. This the
1st day vf .May, W,.
BENJ. B. KNIGHT,
JAS. M. DARWIN,
mv2-;:Uv , Administrators
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANDopi;
ed for sale, in one of Mr. Cl aim's offices, threo
doors above A. S. Colyer's office, a small lot.
Spool and Flax Thread, I'ins, Needle, Find
Combs, Tuck Combs, a few
and a splendid article of VIRGIN IA CHEW
ING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, which I
will sell on reasonable profit for cash.
apr.l'J-dtf. JAMKS HARRIS.
BRING THEM 111
ALL persons holding my change ticketn
are notified to present them w'ithia iworronthi
from this date, else thev will not be redeemed
P.. J. TURNER.
Office of Commandant of Conscript.
K.voxville, Tu.vrf., Mav 7, 1868
ENROLLING OFFICERS in Tennessee
will proceed at oncs to c.uroll, as Conscripts,
all Deputy Sherilis in their respective districts,
who may be of conscript age. They will be
furnished with descriptive lista, and be directed
to report at th camps of instruction. Those
in Middle Tennessee will report to the oom
matulant of the camp of instruction at Fay
et.te.vi lie, and th. 8 in Last Tennessee will re
port to the commandant of the camp at Knox
E. I). BLAKE, Lt. Col. C. S. A.,
mylL-10t Commandant of Conscript;.
ARKANSAS LANDS FOR SALE.
SEVERAL SECTIONS OF ARKANSAS
LANDS, within a few hours ride of ALemfhin,
can be bought very low for Confederate Notes
or Bonds. Enquire at this office mhb-tf
3. A. HANDLY, Winchester, Tenn., and
JAMES J. PRYOR, Atlanta, Ga... are au
thorized to recoive and receipt for all claims
du Irby Morgan & Co., Nashville, Tenn.
All pcrs .ns indebted to said flrux will please
call und settle their indebtedness.
uiar24-tf IP.BY MORGAN & CO.
FORMS ON HAND AT THE BULLETIN
CL-TICE, via: 4,'fi, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, .
17. 20, 21. 22, 2d, 24.
ilao, MerniEa Keporta for HospitAli, Muster
ai'dPay lloiU, Dcacriptive LbU, A-c, bauti
f ly rrlntod on good japer. Other Bhxnki
j-v.nted to order. ftn