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Sutunhy Morning-. May 30th,
IUv. J. Tt. Graves, fornserly of
N - tli
of .N .tali,
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,iuc . o ttnern papers nave copied
the- e.? tract und"r the head "Northern
.Vovvh," uot thinking in thoii' haatu, of
.hi injustic-' likely io to done us true
t )ri '.rvt u.5t . I.aVc 4ti the Spilth, hy
juiujiii tivu jiaino.n I'hero wa.4 a
-: . J. li . i m , (. oi' N oi tL Carolina,
.!? ;u',-;i ..'ij r.v dijlcalty , who
,. l i -i'.itii, an I whoa he r lurued
i. .iu . ro'.o u K'Ltt-r lor the Pre.-js, in
':,,i.'n ho j.iv- a incut glowing no-
u'wit, aiTairs in the fanatical .North.
I'.uf. he was fount! to bo a spy, or tlis
. al, at least.
P.ut J. IJ. Graves, of this State, is
m'. of tho ablest ministers wo have,
flu jiMy edited tho Tonnosneo Baptist
for a long time, and that paper was
among tho Orst, if not the tirst in the
Statu of TotjrjoM.soo, to advocate tho
caiis a South, and to urge her
nol ':v, ... or. j. lire lor tho bloody
Whui .N'.u-liv;!! i fctl into tho hands
-f tho aholilioni.-is, J. li. Graves, of
Nashville, came South, Waving his pub
lishing liousn and nil hin interests in
Nashville. At the hat 'Jo of Shiloh he
ritood shoulder to shoulder with tho
patriotic hosts of the South, and is en
titled to Home of tho glory of that
When our regiment was at Camp
Jonep, near Manassas, Uov. J. It. Graves
came and preached to us a most pow
erful sermon. And he preached to all
our soldiers, inspiring them with his
patriotic eloquence. Wo next met
with him in Kithmond, where ho had
oa exhibition tho celebrated pike which
he had invented in order to mipply a
deficiency of our arms. Ho is now
wording for our Government is a
true Southern patriot, and will long
hvo in the hearts of tho people. To
him' we are indobted for tho first sot
'and finest) of stereotypo plates for
printing tho Scriptures over brought
South. He succeeded in getting these
South about tho begining of the war
the only tiino he has ever beon .North
fiince the war commenced.
in this connection we must mention
with ploasuro tho patriotism and equal
loyalty of his brother Z. C. Graves,
of our town President of the -Mary
Sharp College. We admire such men.
Our Losses in the Battles of the
from data furnished us from the
rest informed sources, wo are enabled
to give a fair estimate of our actual
iotisea in tho late battles of the Rappa
hannock. Tho estimate presonts a
total of 7,500 in killed, wounded and
aiiewug, subdivided as follows :
in the ftnplyyment. of round numbers!
rt-i- ef.tituat ? in favor of probablo losneo
..;. nsporwd The losses of the eneajy
eatirauU'd variously- -sK iron ton
f- bo.'i&a,r.d ir killed and
ad.. i Tika if tbodo iigires
krl iid 5 o ttouaacl iad tbreo han
'hed pri3oeeii', aataaJJy rogMtorod, sad
.ha diiferonaa in hbokvo oailaated "vi'J
givo soma ?dea. of hcr.v had! ths occay
Be Cautious, ,
W e should be on the (fd vive for
spies. Lincoln sends many a one to
our lines who returns, under pretence
of " running the blockade for goods,"
and lets Lincoln's officials know all
about oar plans and preparations.
Wo are aware thai many of tho truest
loouuici u man aiu i:uiuuig iu uuj uuoo,
i being sent here by Eoseerans, uudother
Yankee Generals. How easy, however,
for us to be imposed upon in this way.
May net some of these " banished
rebels" be pimps of Lincoln in the guise
of Southern men ? Tho truth is there
is too. much trading between Nashvillo
and people within our'lines, "Running
Iho blockade has become too common,
and doubtless to-day some of Lincoln's
hirelings are in our midst anting spies,
under the pretence of running tho
blockade, or bein banished from Nash
ville, or Memphis," or New Orleans.
What if we do know them to bo of
Southern birth, we do not know that
Lincoln's monoy has not bought their
honor, nor do we know all who have
remained truo through the long pos
session of our capital by the Federals.
A good Southern man will not object
to close scrutiny, and a spy will wince
at iu Let us be careful. Not a day
passes but some one goes into Rose
crans' lines and reports all about af
fairs within our lines. Cannot such be
J.u Tho abolition raid in Tennrssoe Valley
is about to be captured. Herman is in thtnr
front at Florence, and lioddy in their rear,
cutting thorn off from their boats.
Shemjyvillk, May 28. .Air. Vallandigham
is still here, stopping at a private house. Ho
will go to Virginia in a day or two. He is as
yet, undecided as to tho procise point, but will
determine soon. His health U excellent.
spirits not depressed, and his movements mil
Tho Cincinnati Enquirer of the 22J is re
ceived. Army intelligence unimportant. The
Democratic State Convention of Indiana met
in Indianapolis on tho 20th. Seventv-flve
thousand present. A regiment of infantry and
a unuury uj aruuury encircled ine place ot
meeting, and nobody was allewed to enter the
circle without special permission. Voorhieea
made tho boldest speech yet. Resolutions were
passed that all power 'was inherent in the
people, and declaring that military power was
strictly subordinate to civil law; that Congress
can make no law abridging tho freedom of
speech, or tho press that tho peoplo had a
nht to assemble and discuss tho acts if their
public servant feoling themselves above their
employees: that tho present fldminihtration
have two wars on their handsone on the
rebels, the other on the Constitution and those
Northern men who aro upholding it.. That
tho arrest of Vallandigham for exorcising this
right of free discussion is received bv the Indi
ana Democracy with just disapprobation, and
that they will stand by him in his defenco of
sacred rights and constitutional freedom.
McMisNvius. May '38. Captian WL. R.
Reese, of Gen. Wheeler's escort, made anoiher
successful raid across the Cumberland on the
22d, capturing some fifty prisoners, killing
several. Ha also captured a large and valu
able Federal mail, horses, arms and equip
ments. Lt. S. H. Estill. Lt. Estill, of the
1st Tennessee in "Old Virginny," is at
present in our midst, on furlough, he
having been wounded in the hand in
tho great battlo of Chancellorsville,
" Sam " was hit at last. Ho had been
bo lucky so long that we almost began
to think he boroa charmed lifo, but
tho delusion has been exploded. Yet,
wc rejoice that his wound is not the
figr We. understand that Gen. Bragg,
a few days since, informed his Adjutant
General, Colonel Walters, that he
desired pardons to be issued freely and
fully to every private who was under
sentenoe ot various court martials.
!t happened to be the Colonel's birth
day, and ho exeroiscd the power folly,
and aoro than ooo hundred privatoB,
sentenced to imprisonment, ball and
chain, or to labor on Government
vorka with ball and ohain for periods
of four tbreo to six months, wora par.
donad. and reaiored to hoir comnnnipa
The Hat, large as it was, aiter boiaf
anl.miHJ r 1 T -
"-"wiuKgu tu uoneriij jjragg, was in
creased by addition ,of othe,r names.
CTitto noga Rebel.
JK.urnside's Military Executions.
11 They were both killed by the first
fire and died without a struggle. Their
bodies were delivered to their friends
from Kentucky, by order of Gen.
Thus reads the telegram from San
dusky, Ohio, announcing the execution"
of T. P. McCraw and. Wm.- Corbin,
who were sentenced to death, we be
lieve, for ondcavor ing to enlist men in
"They died without a struggle," is the
consoling announcement ; and Gen.
Bnrnside mostgrae ously ordered their
bodies to be "delivered to theirfriends!"
That man, at the beginning of tho war,
nut on tho air of tho humane srentle.
x - o
man; but finding that not popular
witn tne lankoes, he essays now a
shorter road to popular favor in the
Northern mind, by throwing off all
hvnocrisr and becoming tho unrelieved
and, unmitigated brute. lie sees how
much jJutler has thriven in lankeo
esteem how ho has firmlv fixed him
self on a granite base on the very rock
oi riymoutn, where he cannot bo sha
ken or displaced bv his crimes ae-ainst
justico and humanity. Ho has there-
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ioro DecomG ms imitator, ana is rising
in the popular scale along with him.
Banks has ordered one hundred citi
zens to be held as hostages in close
confinement for those who killed
Capt. Dwight near Bayau Courtableu.
THE Cotiartnershin heretofore exisHncr hn.
twoen KUBSEY it RHODES is this rlnv dis.
soWed by mutual consent, and the undersigned
is alone authorised to wind up thobnsiness.
;uay Zi, lflw-tt. tt. f.RCHSEY..
DAY BEFORE YESTERDAY, either
in the Counting-room of the Bulletin, or be
tween the office and Fancy Gate, a 20 dollar
Confederate Nolo. Will 'give half of it to
the finder, W. J. SLATTER.
BLEACHED Domestics, Brown Drillings,
Lawn. Ladies' Belts, Misses White and Fancy
Hoso, Spool and Flax Thread, .Shoe Thread,
Fine Combs. Coarse do., Hair-pins, Hooks and
Eyes, Fericils, Fens and IVn-hoJders. Ink.
Shirt. Buttons, G. D. Caps. Shot, Blucking,
Pins. Needles. Fish Hocks and Lines, PipcF,
Smoking Tobacco, ami Sb:ivin Soap. Just
received, and tor sale bv .J AS. HA RRIS
NOTICE is herebv
indebted to the estate of E. H. Ikard. deed,
to come fbrward at once, and settl,. ttmii. in
debtedness, and all persons huving claims
againsune samo must present them Jiy the la
day of September, or le forever flebarr...! i
wish to wind up tho business of said estate.
Jiayso-uim' A. li. DUNCAN.
POCKET BOOK FOUND.
BETWEEN Winchester and But.terwnrHTu
Factory, and containing a small amount of
money. The owner can have the same by
calling at Brnzelton's store, describing tho
valuables, and paying for this advertisement.
jiayzi-u. J. o. 15KAZELTON.
A NEW EDITION of Gilham's Manual.
wfth Plates. One large 12mo volume cloth.
Sent by mail, vrc mid. for SlO 00.
Address JAS. McPHERSON & CO..
May26-dlm. .Booksellers, Atlanta, Ga.
ItAO-S! HAGS! RAGS!
WE WANT AS MANY RAGS AS WE
can get, and will pay tho highest market price
..... T i. 1 . .
ior uiem. i,ci every one wno reads this send
us what he or she may have. Unless we can
get rags we can get notiaper.
Seud to tho Bulletin ail the cotton rags you
can get. A liberal bonus will be paid any one
wno win take tno trouble to get us up a large
lot. Five cents per pound given, if delivered
State of Tennessee, Franklin Co.
Mary E. Turner vs. Milton H. Turner.
ON motion of complainant, an1 it o.ro
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lflf to tho satisfaction ot thn f!'orlr ba fo,.
that the defendant, Milton H. Turner, is not a
citizen of the State of Tennwseo, it is ordered
taat puoncation De made for four successive
weeks in the Winchester Rnllai a
published in the town of Winchester, Tonnes-
bto, luujuiuuuiug mi; buju uienaani to -dp ana
appear at the next term of our Court, to bo
bolden at the Court Hous in the town of Win
chester, on Wednesday after the third Mon.
day in August next, to answer, plead or demur
to complainants' Mil o. t sumo win Vo
for coE&8&ed as to him. and set for hearing
parts. II. R ESTILL, J. & if.
. Splendid CLwiag Tobacco.
TO BE HAD AT DANIEL BRAZ EL
TON'S Sttre In Wiacbcatur.
Uov. 23 tf.
OFFICEK'S PAY ACCOUNTS
ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT THE
Daily Bulletin office.
Wo are authorized to announce Hon A n
r. NICHOLSON a candidate for CWresi
from the 6th District of Tennessee. Election
first Thursday in August next. ' my26-te
Bivouac Starves' Cavaut )
Ed. Bulletin: Yielding to the persuasion,
of my inends, I authorize you to announce
my name as a candidate for a seat in the
branch of the next General Assembly of tW
State of Tennessee. lhe
my23-te . JOHN M. DONALDSON,
The friends of J AS. K SnOOKfeel author
ized to anm-iinco his name as a candidate to
renresent Fran kl in rriinw inih l v .
..' , . T . r , v " "wer nrancn
ot the next Legislature. . myl5-2aw td
HORSE FOE SALE.
A FINE. 6-year old Bay Horse, in rood' 1
order, suitable for Caval-v. run K vj w.r.
plying at the "Bulletin" Office. A cavalry
saddle will be sold withiim if wanted.
IX WlXCIIESTF.n, TEXX.,
FOR CONFEDERATE 0TE8.
TT IS A NElVnniT TiTWn rv,..... '
ent to ihe Mary Siiarp College, has five well
plastered rooms, besides took room and a
dining room. There is cmo of the finest ut
gardens attacked to it, besides'jtables, kitchens
and all necessarr fwjt.-lhi nwi - j-I
cistern. . Will be sold forcl, at a low price
Apply to V. J. SHATTER, Bailletia Office
LAHD FOE SALE.
TWO HUNDRED AND SIVTT.Tu-fn
acres of land, two aiiles south of itiiSn-;,0
on the Nashvili aad Chattanoogn Xaihoud!
One hundred and thirty aj?s cleared, ftlll under
good fence; thirty acres in clover.' A never
lainng waier on nae piaco.
For pnrticukra call at the premie, upon
the undersigned. ' S. HOrXlXS .
LAND FOE SALE.
I WISH TO SELL MY LAND. rflV..
sisting of 422 acres, 4 miles north of Winches
ter and 1 from Alasonia. It is situated in a.
good neighborhood, convenient to ollurches
schools, with good water both for sleek and
family use. There is about 200 acre blazed,
tne balance in timber. Tolerable rwwi hmlH-
incs on the place, and in a hmlthv hmuiinn
all of which can bo had on Reasonable trm.
for lui tner partieulais call on tho suhsaribur .
on the premises.
JlayJ9-3w JOHN W. .MARTIN, Jh.
- Administratrix Notice.
HAVING been Qualified ns AHminiatrnV
on the Estate of Richard F. Sims, deceased, I
request all persons having claims against said
estate t present, them, and all indebted to come
forward and settle at once, as I-am anxious to
close it up as soon as possible.
MRS. M. O. SIMS,
OFFERS FOR SALE
120 boxes Manufactured Tobacco,
20 cases Smoking Tobacco,
20 bbls. do. do.
. f bags CoMee,
20 bbls. Sugar,
20 ' New Orleans Syrup,
U.OOO lbs. Iron, ,
2-ri boxes Candy, "
With sundry other artieW
behold at prices to suit. Particular attention
paid to orders. my9 im
A USEFUL SHOP.
AT THii SHOP of the undersigned, near
Harmony Church, in the 2d District of Frank
lin county, will be filled promptly all orders
for Wagon or Buggy work, Plougii Stocks and
" " 'UI-" a "11 ujiu iiuijiuvv cit
fins. Wash Boards, &c.,) and indeed any wood
work. Cheap for cash is mt motto. lliv mu
J, L. BEAVER.
GOLD WATCH FOE SALE
A FINE DOUBLE A81T.n flOI T)
WATCH a splendid tiltoe-keeper. Apply at
the BULLETIN OFFICE. my7-ti
dorsigned states his prices for carding are a?
follows: for white, 30 oenta per pound i fr
uwacu to cenrs, ana ne warrant it snuil p
Well dono. Wool
order, y . W. M. TAFT.
Upton Mills, near Winchester.
AEKANSAS LANDS FO? SALE.
SEVERAL SECTIONS OP ARKANSAS
LANDS, within a few hours ride of Memphis.
can bo bought very low for Confederate No tea
or JbonOj. . Enquire at tms olcce. rahb-tf
S. A. TIANDLY. Winehestpr. Tnnn.. and
JAMES J. PRYOR, Atlanta, Ga.; ure au-
tnoriea to receive and receipt for all claim
due Irby Morgan & Co., Nashville, Tenn.
All persons indebted to said firm will please
call and sottlo their indebtedness.
mai-24-tf IRBY MORGAN & CO