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Jackson and Lee.
i-.kAowl nil ivVn'Ii lm was sunerin
fllt11rt!ll.: auttu4uu. tending the work, the conclusion of
C Tho Richmond Enquirer of the Htn . iu M from t!l0 aide o tn0 vessel to
: -nst c0tains i Icnffthy cominunica- ln0 w:tor exploded it, the force of tho
V i n 1 s 1 r : i tion "ivinc various items and incidents 'blow tearing away part ot tho wheel
Mnv 23th. i :,twi with the late battles on tho hoosooi mo eteamor, P'"---
. . . - ! I iappaliamiock, from which wo take
tho following :
i i r .
ndieato Tho messenger woo carricu uc
Prospects 'io r.o(.
' r ;r.tMi;.nru of this severe mis-1 ., miracle. Charleston Mercury, -Isf
io uK.nbMu fH.tuIJ0 fth0 woamhnff ot General
Captain, and inflicting several bruises
on bis person, and injuring others.
The Captain was for soma time uncon
scious, and escaped with his lifo as by
crirs Era--'--that's the way : Jackson) tolls me that ho -found the! From the Rappahannock. qw.
' . ., ; General on a bed of straw, about -1 i on the Rappahannock. We learn iron
:io atl'nr M.aicU Hut Lragg - ; 0.cjot.j. ;u ti)0 morning, and that when ?redericksb:irg that the enemy, as i
:ii;v push-.d up on hi adversary until ; tojj cf what had occurred, his word.
' . i ... ,i. . v.r.h, of Y:mh. were those : "Thank God', it is no
I. Li ' : I I . I - '
i vor.se ; God bo praised that be is still
i, ...-:. ai:vo ;" and that ho iurther said : "Any
, ... . .1., i .,.;. .rnnt'nmnn ! vic-torv is a dear one that deprives us
ot the services oi jiiunnvu, nsu i
;ust from Nashville, and o was. sent gl)0vt t;me" "Upon the informant
thru, ho believed it was
iV ;0S" uo uiv u:: . s-- !! i ,- - - ,
muii an into
to guard a change of base, or appre
hensive of au eggressivo movement,
lias, for several days ppst, posiod a
doable lino of pic'iet a opposite that
point, ono immediately on the river
bank, the other about fifty yards in
the rear, on the brow of the hill. Sev
eral pieces of light artillery have ben
''4 , j General Jackson's intention to hve 1 piantci so as U command tho two
gent man snyn j thoru on gunci;lVj had ho not most feasible places of crossing.
Ilnsecran;.' who!-, iorco will reach i IV j have fallen, Gen. Loo quietly saw:
. i . i v.,ci,r; h " These peoplo shall b3 pressed to-day,
Ji ) t.i.Mun i at tho same trmo rising about 1 A. M
. , I- I ,1 l.i, ,:! iV.O
u re not uisnca: icuvu, . u mj.
I'or.iedorates with anxious hearts.
Sumo think the Confederates will have
the city in three months, while many
Hastily dressing and partaking of his
simple faro of ham and cracker, ho
sallied forth, I hero unattended, and
made such dispositions as rendered
that Sabbath a blessed day fur cur
thonch a Jackson had fall
..tiers look weekly tor ms possession ,
l.v on r troops I As every incident connected with
1 these two irreat men must interest the
tfiif "Wo publish in another column jre;uiCr, I will mention, as quite current,
that when General Jackson received
the letter which General Lee sent him
on Sunday morning, bursting into tears,
he said, "far better lor the Confedera
cy that ten Jacksons should have lad
en than ono Lee."
Wo are authorized to aimouucvj Hon. A. 0.
P. NICHOLSON a candidatu for ConroM
from tlie tith District of Tenii'isiw. Eli-oiirn
first Thursday in August nest. my-lG-te
I . . . . . 4 .... ,.4 .-. . 1 rt n
;rr?ioJ3 iocimieni u-xnauiuu
r:v of the Nashville Union, and sign
ed by a sttKd slt t men. Myers is a
man who onoe had a contract to fur
nish the Confederate Government with
ambulances Ho advertised extensive
ly in the papers, and always naid, in
his udvertiseuicnts, that "' none but
Southern men need apply." ..Nashville
was then in our possession. Shane
volunteered, at the outbreak of the
rebellion," and becaiiso h.' was not
elected Captain, refused to go. But
1.- ........ I....... I , I.Ja v..-iK-.C:jiAtt(i Tnt'.l !
no wits nti'v i'i lii--' v-.---!-'-i --4 .
t e to tiii South. Jlf sells him.H-
die rflieu of I'ecorder in Nashville a
posifiou worth 1.000 or $.",000 per
annum. 1). I). Dickey was always
rotten. We wish he was honest
enough to pay us $() which bo owes
us. Shankland is a two-faced puppy,
and we will not notice him. By-tho-way,
we must say that Shane, is a dis
raeo to his family. He has a clever
Wc agree with the Richmond Exam
iner, in the following reference to the
practice of keening news from the
It is "generally supposed that the
idficers of tho Govern men are very
reticent of unfavorable news. This is
,,' ', I certainly so with respect to tho general
If 101 . ,. , , '.k, , I.: , 'li..iiji, I
purine, oat wu iai muv mn iwiju ,
three of keeping secrets in the Depart
ments, wlulo doiny: iiijustico to the
legitimate claims uf public curiosity
and the patriotic anxiety of the people,
has given opportunities to some few
individuals, favored with a sort of left
handed information in the Depart
merits, to speculate in the news and
make commerce of our disasters.
I Tho intelligence of tho fall of New
NOTICE is hereby given. i"..r all persons
indebted to tho ectau- of E. II. Heard, viee'd,
to come forward at ow e, and settle Uie.r in
debtedness, ftiid all persons having e.ainw
against tho same must present them by tho l.-t
day of September, or bo forev-.r debarred, as i
wisti to wind up tne uusmesi oi siuu euue.
May2tf-dlnv A. B. DUNCAN.
POCKET BOOK FOUND
BETWEEN Witvhcitorand JJuttcrworth'a
factory, and containing a snudl amount of
money. The owner enn have tho .same bv
cfdling at rra..l:i)n-s store, describing th.3
valuables, and paving for this advertisement.
i:iy-ti-tf. " .1. G. I5KAZELTON.
A NEW EDITION of C.iihum'.s Manual,
with Plates. One li.rg-j l'-ino volmru oloth.
Sent bv mail, yr vit'-l for ili eu.
Address " J A-. MePH KKSOX CO.,
MnV'-dhi'. l!(.0Ksr.fr., Aibmta. '',;(.
HORSE FOR SALE.
A FINfi. 5-ycar old Uay Uovso, in good "
order, suitable for Caval -y, can bo had by ap-
tlvinc at the Bulletin" umce. A ouvalrv
saddle will be sold with him if wanted.
7AT WINCHESTER, TENX.,
FOE CONFEDERATE NOTES.
IT IS A NEW BUILDING, i'ONVE NI-
cnt to tho Mary Sharp College, lia fivo well-
jilastcreu rooms, brides a cook room and a
dining room. There is ono of the fllvst ol
gardons attached to it, besides stables, kitchens,,
arfd all necessary out-lk uses. Also, a splendid
cistern. Will be sold for cash, at a low prico.
Apply to W. J. SI.ATTER, BuUctin Officft.
TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY-TWO
acres of land, two miles south of Estill Springs,
on the Nashrillc and Chattanoogn Railroad.
Ono hnndivd and thirty acres cleared, all under
goikl fence ; thirty acres in clover. A never
failing water on tho place.
For particulars cull at the premises, upon
the undersized. V 3. HOPKINS.
" land for sale.
I WISH TO SELL MY LAND. CON--sisting
of acres, 4 miles north of Winches
ter and U from Alasonia. It is situated in a
uood nefghborhood, 1 eonverimf t churches
schools, with good water both for stock and
family use. There is about 200 acres bla?.ed,
tho balance in timber. Tolerable good build
ings on tho place, and in a healthy location,
all of which can be had on reasonable term.
Tor furtner purticuhus call on tho subscriber,
on tho premises.
Mayl9-3w JOHN W. MARTIN, Jit.
.OFFERS FOR .SALE ' ' ' .
120 boxes Manufactured Tobacco,
20 eases Smoking Tobacco,
20 bids. do. ' do.
5 bugs Codec,
20 bbis. Sugar,
'JO New Orleans Syrup,
14, eoo lbs Iron,
2o boxes Candy,
V.'ith sundry other articles, all of which wii!
' c. -id at prices to buit. l'articulttr utteiitiou
paid to orders. my'J lm
HAVING been qualified as Administratrii
on the Estate of Rici.urd F. Sims, deceased, 1
(ili.inu iciiK in llio nt.MfSsi()ii of this
lather, and a brother who is Adjutant j ( ;overnme lt liv0 (i;iyH before i. was
commnnieatcd to the public. That of
tho Yankee occupation of .laekson,
.MisHissippi, has been known to the
(rovernumnl for hoveral days, and is
Blilt withheld from the people; but it
is remarkable that a notorious ear-wig
of the War Department should have
tot intelligence of it within ten min
utes of the time of its supposed recep
tion the consequence of which was a
pretty sale speculation in sucrar, and the
advance already of that artic.e homo
Bivouac Staum.-.' Cav.-uky, )
M,ty, IS',:',. .
El. VulHin: Yioiding t the persuasions
o:' mv friends. I muf.ori.e vou to announce
my name as a candidate fornioit in tne lower request all persor.s having claims against iauu
branch of tho next General Assembly of the -estate to present them, and all indebtcdjto coan.
State of Tennessee. forward and settle at once, as 1 inn anxious tc"
mv23-te JOHN M. DONALDSON. close it up soon as possible
" 1 MRS. M. G. SIMS,
A USEFUL SHOP. ' TU.-v8;1.aL.". Administratrix..
AT THjO SHOP of the nmlerigne.d. near War Pepartmkat, )
Harmony .Church, in the 2d District of Frank- Richmond, May 'J, 1803.
lm county, will tie mie.a promptly au oroei, ; r-yrnvNGE NOTICE. No. ft. The fol'-
mr W asron or Buggy work, 1 lougu blocks ana . loin.Knfedcrate officers and men have beer.-
Mi one ot t ne I etiriessce uegimonis, ami
with who::i we ppent many pleasant
.aomonl.s 'liuiugl.is stay in Winchester,
he hav'ng boon wounded in the battle
of ,M ui'li" .esboro. Jt will bo seen that
the- men are pledgerl to the support
r .any tiling for the Union in fact,
i.hey aeknowloilge themselves to be as
intensely abolition as Horace G'reeley
' dulv exe'lJanged and are hereby so declared.
Cabinet work, (such as lino aiul ordinary Cof-! ju; v xc'i
fins, W ash lioanH, i ana maeea any wooa i x olfic(,r3 aml 1I1(.n who have been deliv-
werh. viieap ot ea.u iU) u.viw. "' ered at City PoiM at anytime previous to-
jlhV I'., lob.,.
Among other prominent Union men i twelve cents a pound. This commence
i tho t 'it v of 'Rocks, is Russell .llou.- ' i-" official news is bfamous.and the only
Mi), Trimble, John J I ugh Smith an
Mob Johnson, Andy's delectable son.
lOxfopting Smith (whom wo consider
too low to notice) wc think the. rest of
the above mentioned might be dagaer
footypud by sticking sticks into an ale
keg, and placing a pumpkin on its
hoad. In all candor, we can nay that
only the filth and scum of society in
N'ashvillo have taken tho oath or turn
.1 Union. In a future number wo
will publish a list of those pent South
by Ruscerans, having refused to take
way to provide against is to give al! in
telligence o,f important events iu the
war immediato and directly to the pub
lic, and have no back door confidences
with speculators. Wo shall thou ham
less, too, of rumor ehang about town,
and tho nuisance of " the confidence
man " on t he street corners-.
Arrivals. Tho steamers Margaret
and Jessie, Ella and Annie, arid Kate,
arrived here yesterday from Nassau
with valuablo cargoes.
The steamer ( Jladiatoi, from Liver
pool, had arrived at Nassau. Tho Eila
and Annie and Kate, while coming up
j to this Ear, were fired at by the Yan-
I kce blockaders.
r.- In cGh.-tcqiienc! ot a pr-r.suro of I Tho Wjinjgton Journal of Tuesday
i.i her matters, h ii'itr.bor of editorials of i i-vi-vnino- miv : The steamor Euconio
luteiesi are foiced over till our noxt j arrived here yesterday from England
j via Bermudaf loaded on Government
. .. account. She is a handsome vest.el.
i&j"' There are twenty two army i Also the Bteatner Emma, from Nassau,
h.'sj.ituU iii Xa.vhville, ar.d on the 2d got in .night- before last, with an as
infant another was opened capable sorted cargo on private account,
of accommodatiri'r S.oOl 'uk soldiois. ! The steamers Oriou arid Gen. JJeau-
my23-lm J. L. BEAVER
GOLD WATCH FOR SALE.
A FINE DOUBLE CASED GOLD
WATCH a splendid tiine-kecpe,r. Apply at
the BULLETIN OFFICE. myT-lt
FOIL the. information of customers the un
dersigned states his priees for carding, are as
fcdlows: For wliite. SO cents per pound ; for
mixed !;" tents, and he. warr-ints it sh..U be
! A,nt. Wft mni.f ln V.r.iiifht.
order. v . n. x .-. a i ,
Upton Mills, near Winchester
ATTICN ri O N.
I HAVE JUST R KCE IV ED AND ope;i-
! ed lor sale, in one of Mr. Crane's offices, three
doors above A. S. Colyer s o:t;e a small U I
Spool and Flax Thread, Pius, Needles, Fine
Combs, Tuck Combs, a lew
and a splendid article of VI KG I NT A CHEW
ING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, wfcu.li I
will sell on reasonable profit for cash.
apr.KJ-dtf. . JAMES HARRIS.
BRING THEM IN.
ALL persons holding ray change, tickets
are notified to p resent them within two n ontbs
from this date, else thev will not be' redeemed.
R. J. TURNER.
ARKANSAS LANDS FOR SALE.
SEVERAL SECTIONS OF ARKANSAS
LANDS, within a few hours rid; of Memphis,
can be bought very low for Confederate Notes
or Bonds. Enquire at this office. mhS-tf
IIANDLY, Winchester, Tenn.. and
lAuiotlicors captured at any place beforu
the 1st, of April, lbU3, who have been ruleased
Z. All men captured in North Carolina or
Virginia before the l.t of March, lStiS, who
have been released on parole.
1. The officers and men captured aval pasolcd
by Gen. S. P. Carter, m his expedition tuEast
Tennessee in December last.
o. The .fiief and uk-h captured and yaroleii
b Lieutenant Colonel Stewart at Van Burcn.
Arkaii.-as, January 2.",tli, 1 803; by Col. Di'ikey
in Du'i rnber, ltio., in his march to the Mobile
and Ohio Railroad, and by Captain Cameron
at Corinth, Mississippi, in Do'ci mber, 18C2.
0. '1 he officers Aiid.en paroled at (sfo?d.
Mis.-;issippi, on tlw 2t,'d'oi December, lbo2; at
Des Arc, Arkansas, on the 17th of January,
1803, and at Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on the
2Sd of February, 1SD3.
7. All persons who have been captured on
the sea, or the waters leading to the bame, or
upon the seaco&st of the Confederate or Unifed
States at any time previous to December lTth,
8. All civilians who havo been arr stcd at
any time before thoOtli of May, 18ti3, ai.d re
leased on parole, are discharged from any awl
every obligation contained in said parolu. If
any such person has taken any oath of alle
giance to the United States, or given any bond,
or if his releaso wa accompanied with any
other condition, ho is discharged from the
0. If vpy 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,
hey are to be immediately released and de
livered to the Confederate authorities'.
Mayl"-6t. Ag't of Exchange.
Confederate newspapers will insert the. fore
going notice six times, and send their account
to the War Department.
f. . . 1). ,1. 4U,1'1J1. I. IIJI.IUTU l. J.LHII.. H.H
i'.,e uty of Memphis i one vast bos- regard were at .Nassau on .Saturday jjaMES J. PRYOK. Atlanta. Ga., urn u
has i last. . j thorized to receive and receipt for all claims
I On the passage of tho steamer Mar- j due Irby Morgan & Co., Nashville. Tern,
i ,'sirel and Jessie from Nassau to this 1 All pers-m indebted to said firm will pkase
: d, a, id yet thy si.
h . T. J. CiuntCHiM.. The Bristol ; p0l-t a serious accident took place. A
lc-?ute Bays tuis li.jf ingu i.d.d scl- j dangerous military weapon having been
-L-.-r and tnitj patriot pa.it.cd through ( yvwad on her deck, Capt. Wilson, her
emit " edit " on Thursday last, tn route commander, thought it. beut for the
;o joia Lis coma-atil Xullahomu. J safety ot all, that it should bo thro7,'n
; call and settle their indebtedness.
IRBY MORGAN it CO.
OFFICER'S PAY ACCOUNTS
ON HAND AND 'FOR SALE AT THE
KAGS! HAGS! KAGB!
WE WANT AS MANY RAGS AS WE
can get, and will pay the highest market price
lor tlitm. iiet every one wno reaus ibis chu
us what ho or she may have. Unless wo can
get racs we can get uo paper.
Send to the Bulletin all the cotton rags you
can get. A liberal bonus will bpaid any one
who'will take tho trouble to get us up a largo
lot. Five cents per pucd given, if delivered
Yv Winehpter. aprS