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Chn Titer in History.
,.::!. , ut M I irv's Crisis.
The Jackson Appeal 'suggests
that since " fighting Joe Ilooker" ihaa
lost his " imperishable crown of glory"
and is " lost beyond redemption,'' the
command of tho army of the Potomac
bo assigned to Fred Douglas. Tho
editor thinks there would be a fitness
c.f tilings in this appointmontjinasmuch
as Fred has shown his zeal for the
lt.,ci;io tiutt in !., on tl.e purchase cause by sending his two sons to the
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jrii'.;vl lv t!u brner ci..mpnct an' not
S m M ? t') :-. i he rc. '
The 'Mv-rmiu-nt is bore pronounced
I .i . - . u : o t r
solution i army unci raising uumpiwiji unuscw
of .l:is-1 for tho service. Beside3 it -would be n
j accordance with the practice of tho
. lion of1 Government in i's appointments since
" 1 11'1 1 tho commencement, of tho war, as Amy-
it c!nna nKnnf fin for hfloV
Hooker in tho scale of merit as Ilooker
does below General Scott
1 1 forms a
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The Wounded in the Late Battles.
The exact number of our men who
wore wounded in tho late battles about
Fredericksburg, is reported at six thou
sand one hundred and thirty-eight.
Nearly the whole of them have been
takon to Richmond. Two thousar
aro so slightly hurt as t me their
injuries only sufficient to enable them
to obtain furloughs.
s&Tho Chattanooga Rebel says the
city council of Romo presented Mr. J.
11 Wisdom, ot uau-uen, vmn aoeauii-
ful silver Service tor giving ti.nely
notice of tho approach ot tho lankees.
That was rendering a Service for a
service rendered, and Wisdom is dis
played in both periormances.
SODA AND GROUND PEAS.
fi kogs Soda,
60 bugs 0 round Teas. For sale by
J. II. WILLY,
MaylC-lw. Chattanooga, Tena.
HORSE FOR SALE.
A FINE. 6vtar old liav Horsfi, in good
ordor, suitablo tor Cavil 7, can ba had by ap
plying at tho "bulletin" Office. A cavalry
suddlo will bo sold with him if wanted.
tliey oan, Vi'M,'ii
Jo! hi n.iiiioy
U'id ri'.'!;i'.l! )!"!
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I liioy rnu-t.
u:;onis'v o! Masachu
' (-, 'f T f"i.orH for
iiss-:.ving tho n.nno:-:ation of Louis-.-.na,
wa thofollowing :
" That it was oppressive to tim inter
ests and destruci-ivi' t-. tiio inllin'nco of
t.hu Xofthoi'ti h(;cti'Ki ot tho (Jo-'Kidor-,'U'V,
w hose right arid duty it was, there
loi'n, to sie'-ilu from tin; body politic,
ami to cotif-tiitutu one of their own."
Tim same State declared that tho ad
m:ssiti': of T' :ns won 1-1 reliove. hor
from a;! firther (..hligations to remain
in tirj 1,'aion. First ia maintaining the
doctrino of fipcossion, and fir.st in nul
lification of tho ('oriHtitution and the
laws, it is in perfect keening with hor
i.ri'-icter t'lifl'.e. uliou'd he fir.st in
i;Vi" i'i,J.' 'ar t tho ih'.ith upon any
(!;ui' con-. :niti:il v which ptcsumcs for
-.'iy cause to dissolve tlu "glorious
Our Public Debt.
The debt of tho Confederate States
bears no proportion to that of other
States in like extremities. Supposo it
to amount at the end of the fiscal year
to one thousand millions. France,
when exhausted by long wars, by the
lo:,s of nil hor coloums, and a popula
tion about two and a half times our
number, and prospective resources cer
ta:nly not gro:-tor, had afloat asignats
to the amount of'eight thousand mil
lions dollars. Her revenue was one
hundred and eighty-seven millions
dollars; perhaps a little more than
our tax will yield in our present block
ade, and isolated .state. England, with
twice' our population, in 18;ll, had a
debt of four thousand millions, while
hor revenue was two hundred and
forty -seven millions. Yot her credit
h&s-been susta'ned, and why not that
of the Confederacy ?
Su The first uso made of tho new
Confederate flag in Richmond was to
enrap the remains of tho departed
chieftain Jackson. This fact alono is
sufficient to consecrate' tho newly
adopted banner of the Confederacy in
tho hearts pf our brave soldiers and
LV WlSCllEXlKii, TEXX,
TOR S.LE . :
FORCONFEDEIt ATE .NOT ST,.'
it is a NfiV nuiLPiNtV co.-;t c.sz-
entto tho Mary Sharp UoH'W h fiv; -w.-.U-1
plastorod rooms, bfiid-'o a cook room i v. .1
dining room. Thuro is one of this rhi-.'si 0!
gardens attached to it, bi's'n l-.-s .itab'ios kite li u,
and all nec?sary out-h i"5r. Al ;v, a iliiiil
cistern. Will bsold for cash, at r. Ivx .rk.
Apply to W. J. BLATThll. Luiluin Cu'ic?
TWO IIU.NDUED ,ANI) SIXTY-TWO
'acres of hud. two nii'c? t.uth ( Kr.till Springs,
lot: the 'ji:-bul:,f:n.l t'l.u:'ai''( iailroiid.
Fur purt i. u mis call :it t:i" yv cu m. upon
tho underpin:!. H . 1101'h.IJNS.
LAND rOR SALE.
1 WISH TO .SELL MY LAM), CON-
sistinir of aerrs, i nulc-j nuilL ot lnctioa-
ter and ti from Alascnia. It is situated in ft
ood neighborhofd, convrrirnt to churcbes
sclionl.-, win) food wau-r both tor sttcK anu
family u.-c. Tln-rc is about -00 acres blazrd.
tho bulaiice in timber. Tolerable good build
ings on the place, and in a healtlty location.
all of which can be had on lvnsonaiuo icrnw.
For furtiicr partkula.s call on tLc subscriber,
on the prcrni.ses.
3layrJ-3w. JUU.N w . .JlAKiliN, OR.
TENNESSEK, GEORGIA, AND 8. c.
BANK NOTES In sums to suit purchases
For sale by J. II. "WILLY,
MayI6-lw. Chattanooga, Tcnn.
ON SATUKD VY THE 28d INSTAN
tant,:I will sell at. auction at my residence, a
lot of Furniture, consisting of biu'caua', tubloa
chairs, sideboardi. wardrobts, bed-stcada, mat
treses, and other uriiclcs too numerous to
Hear Quarters 2d Bum.. Smith's Dit., 1
Near Vicksburg, Miss., May 8, 1863.
To the Voters af Tennessee :
Many of you are awaro that my name
has been announced as a candidate for
CfMiirress to represent the people of the
Third Congressional District of your
State. This announcement wns made
without my consent ; and I had given
it little thought, until the earnest ei
treaties of my friends, by letter and
otherwise, and the daily request of the
Tonnosee soldiery in this department
to become a candidate caused ir me to
think of tho matter in their behalf
The late Congress, before adjourning,
vassod a bill anthorizirg tho General
Tickctsystem, which allows all citizens
and soldiers of the State to vote at nnv
point within the State. The sumo bill
announces that the e'eetion i to be
hohlen on tho first Saturday of August
next ; which time will soon transpire
Therefore, I take this means of Pay
incto my many friends, who have
solicited mo to run this raee for Con
gross, that my name is beforo them far.
t heir suffrages, and as I expect; to pec
no one who will vote before the elec
tion is over, I can only resign my in
terest and election into the hands of
thoso that wish me to represent them.
The largest vote by far will be cast in
East Tennessee, (provided 'wo keen
TSurnsides and army out) and there I
hope and feel that I am well coiurh
known to tho people and to their interests.
In tho Middle and Western portions
of the State I am comparatively a
stranger, but to them 1 have to say
that if 1 do not rcceivo a majority of
tho Southern votes cost in my own
District, that I have no desire to rep
resent them in Congress.
My heart is in the causo we are en
gaged in, and I am willing to serve my
country in 'whatever capacity they
may chooso. If I should be so honor
ed as to be elected, I shall remain in
the field until Congress meets, which T
understand is not until February, and
if tho war'is not over when that body
adjourns, 1 shall enter the army again
in some capacity; find here I will take
occasion to state that I never expect
to bo a candidate again for the same
So with yon my friends throughout
the State, in ana out ot the army, I
leave my cause.
Tho names of three honorable gon
tlcmcn aro announced as candidates in
my District, and I regret entering into
a canvass aeainst them, hut as I,nnder-
'hrftdfcv'ifkshiiro-. wc Ron nn-nnr, i,tJ stand there is to bo no canvassing tho
killed " Licnt." Bell, of Angela Coun- St?.te,! f' 1 hP aU wiU S off
ty.tuo ninth killed cat of twei-o ofj RflSpcttnlly,
family in th.atoament.', . ' OHN0 TATTGHN.
Wi.schx.stek, May lHth. lH'j.
THE. District Court of the Confederate
States of America, for the Middle District of
Tennessee, sitting at this place, has this day
adjourned until MONDAY, the 1st day of
By ordci of TV. n. HUMPHREYS,
J. B. ClEMFNTS,
Myl?-dtf. Marshal, etc.
i.;.. xk.. jl a -c.fi'
20 bbli. do. do
'1' IIU. ,n!.;ar,
20 " New Orlfiam evxu,
14,000 lbs. Iron, w
U; boxes Candy,
With sundry other articles, AiJ of -,bk'li ;v..
Lf) scld ?.t prices to suit. I'artieuiar ftttentix
paid to ordeM. nyS-lm
HAVING been qualitiVJ H". Adinini-fratru
on the Kstute of Kiel ard F. h'i!ns,-cccea.Hd. 1
r- qc-ot ali .'rioi s huving claims oguhist sail
fcjiatn to pn-ser.t ibeni. r.tid ml indclu-d to con.t
forvvi.rd and seitle at oznyt, is I urr. aiui.'is
close it up us soon as possible.
MRS. M. G. SIMS,
GOLD WATCH FOR SALE.
A FINK DOUBLE CABKD GOLD
WATCH u si lendid time-keeper. Apply at
the J'.ULLETIN OFFICE. my7-tf
FOR tlie iiii'i.rniHticn of customers the ur.
dei'siyiifd ntaU" biii prices for curding are .-,
loHi.w: For white. .'10 ceut.--per pound ; for
mixed cent.-, and he warrant:; it .-hall L:
well dono. Wool must be brcuirhO in good
order. r W. M.'TFT,
Upton Mills, near Winchester.
54" A correspondent of tho Herald,
describing the Yankee trip to l'ort
Royal, irginia, says : "Negro Slaves,
who were offered their freedom, refused
to como ov r with our troops. Onn
small storo iv brohen open by. tl-o
iioys, who confiscate. I ahoMt a hundred
:!.-!law of C-nlodorato money, ladies'
shoes, pocket combs and fancy goods."
Kichmond, May 9, IStiS.
E.VCfTA NGK NOTICE. No. f. Tho fol
lowing Confederate officer and men have been
duly exchanged and are hereby so declared.
I. All officers and men who have been deliv
ered at City I'oir.t 'at any time jireviuus to
'S. All olhcers captured at any place before
the 1st of April, who hve been released
3. All men captured in North Carolina or
Virginia before the' 1st of March, ISo'S, who
have been released on parole.
4. The officers and men euptured and paroled
by Gen. 8. P. Carter, in his expedition to East
lennesspo in December last.
&. The officers and men captured and paroled
bj Lieutenant Colonel Stewart at Van 1'urp-rt.
Arkansas, January -otn, lbbo; by Coi JUckey
in December. 18U2, in h!s march to the Mobile
and Ohio Railroad, and by Captain Cameron
at Corinth, Mississippi, in December, 182.
G. 1 lie ouiceiij aixl men paroled at Oxford,
Mississippi, on the 2'ii ot December, at
Pes Arc, Arkansas, on tho 17th of January,
1 .'!. nod at Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on the
2;;d of February, 18GS.
. All persons who have been captured on
the sea. or the w aters leading to the t-ame, or
upon the aeacoast of the Confederate or United
.States at any time previous to December 17th,
8. All civilians who havo been amsted at
any time before the (it h of Mav. 18(13, 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
9. If any person embraced in any of the
foregoing sections, or in any section of any
previous Exchange Notice, wherein they are
declared exchanged, or in any Federal prison,
they aro to be immediately released and de
livered to the Confederate authorities
Mayl7-Ct. A g't of Exchange,
Confederate newspapers will insert the fore
going notice six times, and send their accounts
to the War Department
ALL PERSONS IN I E F.TED t. ti.e ,-1
tnto ef Wtii, Darwin, deceased, either by noto
ur accounts, are.recjuested to cotne forward 6nt
settle; and all persons holding claims againsr
the estate are hereby requeued to present then,
for settlement, as required by lnw, as we ar.j
anxious to wind up the estate, &u. This th.
1st dav of May, 1S.
B FN J. B. KNIGHT,
J AS. M. DARWIN.-mv'2-3w4
A TTIfIV TIO X.
T HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND open
ed for sale, in one of Mr. Crane's offices, throe
doors abevo A. S. Colyer's office, ,1 tmall W.
Spool and Flax Thread, Fins, Needles, Fins
Combs, luck Combs, a tew
and a splendid article of VIRGINIA CHEW
ING AND SMOKING TORACCO, which 1
will sell on reasonable profit for cash.
npr.l'J-dtl. JAMES HARRIS.
A Sd RworJ. ln tho list of casu
alties of tho 5th Virginia iledmcnt at
IS AGS! RAG8! IJAGI
WE WANT AS MANY RAGS AS WE
can get, and will pay the highest market price
ior inem. 11 every one wno reads this send
us what ho or she may have, uidcae we con
get rags we can get no paper.
Send to the Bulletin all the cotton racrs von
can get. A liberal bonus will be paid any one
wno win mite trie trouble to get us up a largo
lot. Five cenu per pound given, if delivered
in wincacBier. apro-tl.
Splendid Chewing Tobacco.
TO BE HAD AT DANIEL RRAZEL
TON'S Strc in Winchester.
Nov. 25 tf.
OFFICERS PAY ACCOUNTS
ON HAND AND FOB SuLIC AT TJlJt
Daily BuUciin office.
ERIIiG THEM UJ.
ALL persons holding my change tickets
are notifiedto present them within twon onths
from this date, else they will not be redeemed.
R. J. TURNER.
Office of Commardant, of Conscripts,
Kkoxville, Texn., May 7, lbo3.
ENROLLING OFF1CFKS in Tcnnw
will proceed at once to enroll, as Conscrij ts,
all Deputy Sheritts in their respective district.-,
who may be of conscript age. They will l"
furnished with descriptive lists, and bedirectoi
to report at the camj'S of instruction. Those
in Middle Tennessee will report to the com
mandant of the camp of instruction t.t Fav
etteville, and those in East Tennessee will re
port to the commandant of the camp at Enox-villo.
E. D. BLAKE, Lt, Col. C. S. A.,
mylO-lOt Commandant of Conscripts.
ARKANSAS LANDS FOR SALE.
SEVERAL SECTIONS OF ARKANSAS
LANDS, within a few hours ride of Memphis,
can be bought very low for Confederate Notes
or Bonds. Enquire at this office. nih8-tf
S. A. HANDLY, Winchester, Tenn., and
JAMES J. I'RYOR, Atlanta, Ga., ara au
thorized to receive and receipt for all claims
duo Irby Morgan & Co., Nashville, Teun.
All persons indebted to said firm will please
call and settle their indebtedness.
mar24-tf IRBY MORGAN & CO.
FORMS ON HAND AT THE BULLETIN
0 1'ICE, via: 4, 5, 0, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14,
17, 20,21,22,22,24. . -
Also, Morning Reports for Hospitals, Muster
aril I'ay F.oik. Descriptive LiaK Ac., beauti
fu. iy rrlnted a good popor. Other Blanks
pT.utixJ to orckr. feblT .