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WINCHESTER, TENINL MAY 30, 1863.
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Editor Bulletin : Perhaps it would
bo of some interest U your numerous ,
readers to take an inside view of .Nash- j
ville, inasmuch as the outside world j
knows but little of the rottcness of the ;
inner court of that fated city. You ,
have heard of tho wickedness of Sodom
and Gomorrah; you have seen Fox's
history of tho martyrs ; you have read
of infidel Spain ; yon have h;id accounts
of tho Sodom of Aineiiea Yankee
Boston ; but none of these, taking into
consideration the age in which wo
live, can for a moment compare with
the corruption of tho once cherished
City of Rocks, infested as it is with
almost every babbling tongue of earth,
and cursed with every species ol enmo
known to tho black catalogue of evil j
doors. The place seems to bo onojit. Tho resident citizens stand to day
w.ni nmnhitheatro for the collection 1 proudly defiant, and true as steel to
of all the world's most abandoned out-
laws. Had we time and space to enu- upon them of the dirty Lincoln oatli.
meratoin detail all tho dark deeds j Very many of the citizens are unavoid
done in open day, under and by the ably compelled to remain at home,
direction of tho bayonet, humanity
would not only be shocked, but the
devil himself would be confounded.
Notwithstanding tbero are some four
or five Courts, Government Inquisi
tions.or whatever you please to can
them they are all mockeries which
.'ndto trvand pnmsh crime, but
pretend to try and punisl:
all of them are subject to the smallest
'shoulder strap Eireling'among tho abo
lition vandals There is tho Post Com
mandate's Court, the Provost Mar
shaVa Tribunal, ,wo-begonc Shane's
little inquisition, miserab'e mercenary
Brieh'e bogus Criminal Court, and last,
though ' not least, wrong-doing Trues
dale's Detective dynasty.
Tbia liiflguage may seom severe to
' thosawbo'knuw nothing of tho con
duct of the prowling occupants of that
doomed city. . Woman in all her love
liness ia insalted, upon the-street and
elsewhere, with impunity ; negro inso
lence is tolerated and encouraged.
Lincolnite shoulder strap gentry, and
low, dirty privates, arc often seen upon
the 'streets, in open carriages and upon
horse-back, in company with women
of Smoky Eow notoriety not a few of
whom hflCA hflnn imnnrfnl fpnm oV.n.1!.
."Tv..v VU1 UU1I-
tiondom -low, dirty Dutch, Irish, In
"ians flml Degroes. Lincoln soldiers
often enter the negro kitchens, by day
an(1 niut t0 Pilfer u small way, or
1,1 the latter case not unfrequently ac-
coronaniod hv iin nfflr.-- m i tt,t
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garb ; and very ' oftcfo these thievine
gangs extend their operations into the
country, stealing money, jewelry, cloth-
ing an(J everything indoetl; upon which
thoy can lay their hands, and in some
, A ., , , , .
ca8es La actually murdered their
robbed victims. Houses are demolish'
, .1 ... ,
ed, even those of tho poor bund;
churches desecrated and made stables
(of,and, in-the language of Scripture,
turned into dens of thieves and robbers;
fencing cai.rio(1 off flnJ burnod, COWS,
0 ' '
. hogs and poultry stolen and killed, &C.
Men and women arc arrested at the
instance of thieving detectives and
'lying negroes, and cast into prison
. . . ...
'Without prosecution, trial, witness, or
even sentence. Citizens are sent to
bastiles in free niggerdom without even
tho shadow of a charge against thein.
Hands of ruflian soldiery are sent into
the country for tho purpose of forag
ing, but they steal everything the'
can robbing .children's wardrobes,
take bed clothing, cut opon beds and
scatter the feathers in tho road in
short, take anything from a horse to a
frying pan. They steal brass rings
from the fingers of negroes and boast
of sending them to their sisters,
Officers' wives, on visiting Nashville,
grow largely arrogant talk loudly of
crushing out the South and living upon
our property, and of driving " sccesh "
out of their houses now and occupying
them as homes. When they return,
thoy frequently take with them stolen
negroes. Things have thus gone on
for fifteon months, to say nothing of
the infernal oaths forced upon the citi
zens. Wo could thus enlarge in a gen
eral way, but it would fill a book.
Tho reader may conclude,, by this
time, that Nashville has becomo loyal
to the abolition government. Far from
i the South, notwithstanding the forcing
who are as true to tho South as any
man in tho Confederacy .
But to return. There are very few
old citizens who are Union men, or
qhnlif.irtntst.3. notwithstanding the
i It L T il. .1 .UIMn,. nluli n-!ti ltd
j ut .ku " ,
i in a memoore, cumu.u,
of the best citizens. This is false.-
It is composed chiefly of tho rag tag,
bob-tail scrapings, of refugee tories and
low down foreigners. We think we
can givo very nearly all the citizens,
both prominent, (or who have eyer
made pretensions to prominence) tho
second class, and the small fry. There
is Evil Hazardous East, Secretary of
State ; Jack Trimble, Attorney Gener
al ; 'AH Vanity Surly Linddey, Post
Master ; Ever Roving Glasscock, State
Marshal, and his deputy Wonderful
Lellyctt. For the sake of convenience
we err a little and write -Jug Henry
Smith, Mayor j Wobegona Shane, Re
corder; Johnoy Churmly, City Mar
shal, Witty Hurrah Wilkerson, Jimmy
Steele, and Allaround Tucker, his depu
ties. These compose the big officials.
Thencomo in Rundown Houston, Esq.;
J. Sinner Brien and his sons W. G. and
Carl (tho latter once belonged to a
Confederate company); End Nosed
Malvy ; and then comes its a few
down east Yankees : Dard Deeds
Dicky, Hard Grumbler Soovill, Always
Blowing Shanklin, Uucle Billy Driver,
and Advertising Myers. This last
gentleman had a large contract for the
Confederate Government and adver
tised for hands to work, saying that
none but Southern men need apply.
Now wo shall bring in the small fry,
and only name one occasionally: M.
G. T. Claiborne, Johnny Carper, K. J.
Morris, P. W Maxey, John Tellyett,
Capt. John Davis, James Davis, Dr.
Kelly, Dr. Connelly, Wounderful Sim
plo Cheatham, Jas. Hughes steam
boatmanjas. Hughes carpenter, Jesse
Warren, Andy Anderson, and Oliver
his brother, and Thomas, nis
brother-in-law ; James Cavitt, arid Bill
Wm. Hailoy, Robert his son, Dr.
May field, John M. Seaburyand his son,
Jeff. Thomas, and Smith and McBride,
his sons in-law ; W. Mullen, Wm. Dix,
F. R. N'ichol, Lem. Wheeler, John
Quincy Adams Dodd, aijd his son
Fag End Dodd, and his brothers Bou
In tho above list wo have given
much the largest portion of native
citizens who belong cither to the in
famous club or are'followers of Lincoln.
The balance is made up of Jew, Dutch,
Irish, refugee, and all the rambling
thieves who may chance to fall in that
way. If we have not represented all,
we beg pardon and will take pleasure
in inserting Iheir names if they will
apprise us of our neglect. More anon.
Riots are of almost daily occurrence
in the principal cities of tho West. At
Fort WTayne, during the progress of a
Union meeting, a man, wearing a but
ternut, came into the crowd, when it
was taken from him. Immediately a
party of forty or fifty men, armed with
dray pins, stones, clubs, etc., and hur
rahing for Jeff Davis and Butternut
ism, attached the Warsaw train as it
came in. They then paraded the
streets, and mooting a United Statos
officer in a buggy with, two ladies,
threatened his life. When tho train
left, they attacked tho Warsaw train
by mistake, and wounded the fireman
so that he died ; also a Mr. Porter, of
Allen county. Several ladies were in
jured. Tho Copporhcads threaten to
resist any force sent against thom. At
Centroville, Ind., a man came in, wear
ing a butternut breastpin. T"he sher
iff learning the fact, followed him on
his way, and took it away from him.
A number of his friends visited Cen
treville from Abingdon, for the pur-
pose, it is alleged, of punishing tho
Bhoriff. The Iattor's friends rallied and
got the bettor of tho rioters, dispersing
them. Being afterwards reinforced,
they made a second raid upon the
town, shouting for Jeff Davis as they
rodo in. Tho peoplo overpowered
them, and captured twonty -seven, who
are now in jail, for disturbing the
peace, and for oncaroping with arms
in their hands. A demand for troops
was made upon Gen. Hascall, but he
declined to send them.
his letter to the recent Vallundigham Sympa-
t, xt Af ant inir In Knur Vnrlr eltr. sav "Wp
pause to see what kind of a Government it is
f. ' ... . ...
for wnion we are asKea 10 pour oui our oiooa.
We should think that his curiosity had boen
Hufficicntly gratified in this respect that he
had seen enough, not to wish to sec inore. But
if he persist in 'his curiosity, he should not
mol-A ian Innc n nnuni. otherwise the "flnvarn.
00 - , - . ,
ment" may get its paws upon him, as- it has
IVori h 0111 1 1 inh.
No more postal J-Yilura! ouui-;.rv i:
to be printed. AI"Ut f.t'tcon milli.triH
of the liineti'M'ri i.spu.Ml :uv now in cir
culation. Gen. McL.'ii.ilati denies tii.it lie iias
tendered his resignation to the iVi
dent. In reply to a direct qury ho
said : "Lee ii perhaps tho most ;tbU
commander tho ('on federated havr.
and Jackson was their I'-t oxuoutivt
Five prisoner who have lfou Ht-n -tonced
to death, ami avo ordorod to I'.
executed May arrived at S.ui.iusk s
the same evening.
The Yankee butcher McNoil. lu
shot ten (Jonfederato citizens ia-!
year, has been wounded ia tho lup 1a
the accidental discharge of the pitul 01
ono of his aid.-). His wound is -ie
rious, but it will prevent his tal;in"; tin
field for several weeks.
Fortress .Monroe is to b- garrison- . t
with? negro troops, by Line-in
The Louisvillo Jt'iiiocrat, of 1I10 t h
inst., says of Hooker's army- "That
he lost 40,0u0 men killed, wouml.-d and
captured that his army is totally
routed, and that Hookrr wili provo
himself a (ioneral an'i a h-.-ro. if he
succeeds in eoneentrating a suilioient
l'orco at Washington city in prevout
the Confedoratos from capniring tho
citv, as the-v are still in piirnnt ot
Tho negroes at present at th? "Con
traband Camp," Washington city, arc
to be immediately emphtyod in culti
vating Gen. I.co'h estate at. Arlinr;.un
and other abandoned farms in the
vicinity of that city in Virginia
Governor '111 tin, ol' Pennsylvania,
has offered to raise 00,000 volunteers
to man the fortiticat.ionsjof Washing
ton, and tlio proposition's lutdorstood
to have been arceplod.
Froi.. i.x'. I ;.-ul Tim, ; ,,f 1 -tli.
ReCWKMV V.N Hoi'Ti: lolt Home.
From two to four regirn ! 1 per day ,
from the Army ol tho 1 toniac, who
terms of Borvioes l , 'wplivii, arriv
ed in this city, on tL-jir return home
to be mustered out of service. To-day
the Ono Hundred and T wonty -Seventh,
and One llunliel and 'l'hirty -fifth
Pennsylvania regiments arrived, num
bering together about litteon hundred
Diwposm jn ok Prisoners ok War.
All the prisoners tali en on tho Rap
pahannock, raid brought to Washing
ton, have been disposed of as follows:
Sent to Fort Delaware from Soldiers'
Rest, 1,172; remaining at Soldiers'
Rest, on account of having given in
wrong names when lirst captured, 60 ;
sent off by steamer State of Maine lor
exchange; 000. Wholo number, 2,12-J.
Washington, .May l-l.--(Jontlemaii
arriving from tho Rappahannock Ian
night, who are cortainiy in a position
to speak advisedly, nay there are no
indications of a movement to the south
side of that river by our army.
Banks lias published an order in
New Orleans, requiring all registered
enemies, by the 1st of May to take the
oath or prepare to leavo tho Yankee
lines on tho 15th of. May. The oath
is far more binding, and will subject
all who take it to Yankee conscription.
IQju The Tenth Georgia regimen f
which went into the battle of Freder
icksburg -with a force of two hundred
and thirty men, captured more than
double their number of prisoners and
guns. Its loss was twenty .four killed,
ninety-four wounded, and five missing
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