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Vallandigham cmue South upon
Usui he been allowed, ho would
'.y:-s. t one or' Lincoln- dungeuns, w u
i ir'yr to principle. Wo wii-h, f"r cogent
'f 1 e had been placed there. Iut now,
suit he i.s in our miJ-a, lot us puy due respect
t i so prniit a man. Wc can do .thi.s without
;, r.y ''tUinkryii" in our acts. Let us how
'.i'.i: I bat our Government is a free government
Lu' we adhere to Constitutional liberty;
i 1 1 we will give him a protection which Lin-
!.V despotism has denied him. This will net
!.! it'lver e to .tur dignity as a nation, and it
ertainly wiil be stn act of humanity.
How houoftly and modestly he tells us that
f.-e!.- confident his character is well enough
LiMwn to satisfy every one that he is incapable
of am' word, or act, i-ither here, or on hte re
turn to Ohio, inconsistent with the relations
he thus aii.-laiiis towards the South during his
ojourn amongst, us."'
i'roDi this it will h: seen, what are hisi in
"Titioin. Ho will return to Ohio. Though
.ibhfnt himself, hisintluence remains. He has
iriends. They will read how wo received him
as an exile, and, whllo we made no parade over
him, treated liim beeomiifgly, and as a patriot
w hose only olfenco to the Lincoln dynasty was
a tirm adherence to, and an enduring love for,
constitutional liberty. They will hear of his
de'ire to return to his home. The leaven of
free speech and a freo press will continue to
work, and perhaps they will make an effort to
throw otVtheyoko which Lincoln has put upon
then. Depend upon it, this man Vallandig
VnuH is destined to act a conspicuous part in
the revolution latent now in the great West,
li will ret urn, we firmly believe, before a groat
rhile, to the home from which lie has been
ruthlessly torn. Let him go impressed with
our magnanimity as a people, and our noblo
ness as a nation. He is a peace man. boeause
he knows the South Is right in this war. He
is disgusted with the fanatical East, and would
withdraw the as; Ufune.e of the West in the
infamous effort to subdue us. Let usshowour
ipprcout-ion of such a man. Let him see that
despotism and military tyranny could chase
him t" .;r . 'online, but no farther. Backward
from out o:-'ii borders let us roll the clouds of
;ifamo'j- persecution which havelowcred about
him aver sincethc incipieney of this war ever
since ho boldly took his stand in defence of
liberty rind defied tho powers of the whole
Lincoln Government. How much nobler this
course- how muh more humaneyes, how
much more yoUtie than to drive him back
from a land which, had his counsel boon ob
served had lie been in power would have
never suffered from the vandal tread of the
negro-worshipping, pseudo-philanthropic Yan
JSS-T1)0 banishment of Vallundig
liam, by Lincoln, to the Confederate
States, i.s a significant thing. It indi
cates that tho Yankees havo yiven up
all hopes of conquoring tho South.
Thoy hrvc heretofore claimed that tho
Confederate States were a part and
parcel of the old Union, and have never
formally admitted that there was or
could bo any separation or distinction.
Why, then, should Lincoln banish his
political prisoners to one section any
more than another. Why sond them
i.o the South, if the South is still re
garded as a part of his administration ?
The truth is, tho Foderals have aban
doned all idea of conquering the South.
They already regard us a separate and ;
independent power, and they are only
now protracting tho war for tho devil
ish purpose of venting their malignant
host upon our unoffending and defence
less pcoplo. Kobery unci murder are
now their Toronto p.-stime, and they
indulge it in crdor to fill their purses,
:;nu gratify their luste.
SST The Nashville Dispatch of tho
oth says the JJ. V. Baird, which wont
up the Cumberland a wck ago, was '
Why la It 1
Thursday night last we failed to re
ceive several long and interesting dis
patches from T ullahoma, Mcllinnville
and Shclbyvillo. But the Chattanooga
Uebel received them and we copied in
our next issue. Friday night we aga,in
received no dispatches, but the next
day the Kclel comes with the following
dispatch from Tullahoma. These dis
patches are published as " Associated
Pres. Dispatches." "Why then does
the Bulletin fail to get them. We
would say to Mr. Thrasher thai his at.
tention to it will be an act ofjustico
to us, and a relief.
MR. VALLANDIGHAM'S POSITION.
The North Itipe for Revolution.
Tullahoma, May 29. Mr. Vallan
digham feels confident that his charac
ter is well enough known to satisfy
overy one that he is incapable of any
word, or act, either hero or on his re
turn to Ohio, inconsistent with the re
lations ho thus sustains towards the
South during his sojourn amongst us.
Tho story regarding Mrs. Vallandig
ham's insanity in tho jSorth, turns out
to be a fabrication. She wrote last
week to her husband urging him to
continue steadfast to his principles.
Vallandigham after hia sentonco was
kept in closo confinement, and com
municated with only by the Federal
staff officer;. DisgJst and dissatisfac
tion pervades tho entire North-west
tor Lincoln and his administration.
The whole country is ripe to throw off
tho hated yoke.
McClellan What he says of Gen.
The rumor that General McClellan had
resigned and another that ho had beon
atrain assigned to the command of the
army of tho Potomac, have both piov
ed untrue: In a conversation with tho
Committee on tho occasion of the pre
sentation of tho complimentary reso
lutions by a delegation from tho Wash
ington City Council, General McClellan
expressed himself much grieved at the
death of Stonewall Jackson, and said
of Litn :
No ono can help admiring a man
like Jackson. He was sincere, and
true, and valiant. Yet no ono has dis
appointed me moro than ho has. Jack
son was one of my classmates, and at
college never promised to be the man
ho has proved nimsclf. Ho was always
very slow, and acquired a lesson only
after great labor. And yet his deter
mination was to great that he never
gave anything up until ho succeeded.
His character seems to havo changed
since, for he has exhibited a great color
ity in all his movements, while in com
mand of rebel forces. Leo is.porhaps,
the most able commandor the rebels
have, and Jackson was their best exe
We regret to seo a disposition
on the part of some to contemn and
censure Gen. Pemberton with reference
to the fall of Jackson. Wo should all
bo slow to condemn our officers with
out full and sufficient proof that they
deserve such reprehension. Let us
wait and seo an exposition of tho con
duct of Gen. Femberton before wc
open our mouths against him. We
may be sorry for many words spoken
in an unguarded moment. Jet us re
member tho injustico done tho lament
ed and great General Albert Sydney
Johnson by just such a courso of con
Nathaniel Fillmore, father of
ex-President Fillmore, died at East
Auburn, Erie county, New York, on
tho 23th ultv agod 92 yoars. lie was
a mau of most temperate hab'ts
making it a rule through lifo long be
foro temperance societies wero known
never to use intoxicating liquors as
a oevorage, or oner tnem to others
The Better Way. The sons of the
poor die rich, while the sons of the
rich die poor. What encouragement
to toil through life in acquiring wealth
to ruin our childrt ! Better to go with
our money as we go along educate
our sons secure their virtue by hab.
its of industry nnd study, and lot them
take care of t hemselves. '
Jgicf Gen. Forrest has been ordered
to take command of Van Dorn's Divis
ion, lie assumes command tempora
rily, until a permanent appointment is
made, Forrest preferring to command
his old brigade in person without any
restrictions thrown around him in the
shape of " orders."
The Northern De&potim. The Lou
isville Democrat says, "the military
authorities aro sendidg a number of
men daily over the river, who, if they
return until the war is over, will bo
put to death. The Ohio may be called
the river of Death, for it's death ' to
them ifthe y cross it.
Maj. Hu. L. Scott. This gallant
young officer, formerly of Gen. Villi
pogue's Staff, but lately of Van Dorn's
Staff, enlivened our sanctum yesterday.
He seems to have borne the service
well, and is e-njoyiag a ferlough for the
first time ir over two year's sorvico.
FINE ENGLISH PAPER.
Pine English Cap Paper.
Fine English letter Paper.
."00 It E A MS
Fine English Bath Paper.
Fine English Note Paper.
200 HEX MS
Common English Note Paper.
.fust received and for sale by
N. S. MORSE & CO..
My3l-;'.t. Aujriuu. Oa.
FIFTY D0LLABS EEWARD.
KAN A WAY i'TvOM TH E SU HSOIU BO,
two Negro buys, named TOM and JOHN, or
VV'liKi John i 20 years old, 6 feet 8 inclna
high, dark, but not black, complexion, and
weighs about ItiO pounds. He has u wife at
Enquire Jaines Green's old place.
Tom is about 150 years old, o feet 10 inches
high, black complexion, and weighs about 170
pounds, lie has a who at the place of Joseph
The above reward will be paid fir the de
livery of both slaves toiue at Winchester, or
half thatisum for either.
MayBlt-dSw 1IEZEK.I AH FA HIS.
TIIK Copartnership heretofore existing be
tween UUrtSEY & KHODES is this day dis
solved by mutual consent, and tho undersigued
is alone authorised to wind up tho business.
May 27, 1803-ttV li.'F. 1U SSEY.
BLEACHED Domestics, lirown Drillings,
Lawn, Ladies' 15elts, Misses White and Fancy
Hoso, Spool and Flax Thread, Shoe Thread,
Fine Combs, Coarse do., Hair-pins, Hooks and
Eyes, Pencils, Pens and Fen-holders, Ink,
Shirt Jinttons, O. D. Cups, Shot, Slacking,
Pins, Needles, Fish Hocks and Lints, Pipes,
Smoking Tobacco, and Shaving Soap. Just
received, and tor aal bv .T m"" ir a u pi
May 27-1 w
sunk by a party of Confederates, .tnd enjoyed almost uninterupted good
all on board taken prisoners.
health, and was so well whon unwards
of eighty yoars of age, as to bo -able to
Visit his son at Washington, that beintr
1 !.... I T. .. P
fiSS We return our warmest thanks
to our clever friend Dowtr, of Gen i8 instance when a President ot
Bragg escort, for a lato copy oi tho
the United States evor received a visit
from his father'at tho executive man
NOTICE is hereby given, for all percons
indebted to the estate of E. 11. lkard, dce'd,
to come forward at once, and settle tbeir in
debtedness, and all
. ..." ' "
asrainst the same must nrcsi-nt. thom hv th ut
lay of September, or bo forever debarred, as 1
wish to wind up tho business of said estate.
r 0 j t iu . . - . - . ,
POCKET BOOK FOUND.
BETWEEN-Winchester and Butterworth'i
Factory, and containing a small amount of
money. The owner can havo the same by
calling at Brazelton's store, describing the
valuables, and paving for this advertisement
JIay26-tr. J. G. BRAZELTON.
A NEW EDITION of Gilhara's Manual,
with PUtei. One large 12mo volume cloth.
Sent by mail, pre paid, for $10 00.
Addreea JAS. McPHEBSON A CO.. '.
My2S-dlm. Booksellers, Atlanta, Ga.
Wo are authorized to announce Hon. A O
P. NICHOLSON a candidate for Cong'r
from the 6th District of Tennessee. Elective
first Thursday in August next. .' my2C-te
Bivocac Starses' Cavaiet, )
Ed. Bulletin : Yielding to the perivvasioM
of my friends, I authorize you to announce
my name as a canaidate for a seat in the lower
branch of the next General Assembly, of th
State of Tennessee.
aiy23-te JOHN M. DONALDSON.
Tho friends of JAS. K SHOOK feel author
ized to announce his name as a candidate to
represent Franklin county in the lower branch
of the next Legislature. myl5-2aw td
A FINE, 5-year old Bay norse, in good
order, suitable for Cavabv, can be had by ap
plying at the " Bulletin ,f Office. A cavalry
saddle will be sold with him if wanted
7.V WiyCJIESTF.lt, TESX,
FOE CONFEDERATE NOTES.
IT IS A NEW ItlTlT.mvr. rnvvivt
ent to the Mary Sharp College, has five well
nlastercd rooms, be
dining room. There in ono of the finest oi
gardens auacneu 10 it, Desules stables, kitchens,
and all necessary out-tu uses. Also, a splendid
cistern. Will be sold for cash, at a 1 Ow riricn
Apply to W. J. S LATTER, Bulletin Office
LAND FOR SALE,
TWO HUNDRED AND SI.TTT-TU'flu
acres of land, two miles south of KtiH Snrinir
on the Nashville and Chattanoogj. Kailroad!
One hundred and thirty acre 'harfd, all under
good fence; thirty acres in c'over. A never
tailing water on the place.
For particulars call at the uremises, upon
the undersigned. . S. HOPKINS.
May! 0-2 w ,
LAND FOR SALE.
I WISH TO SELL MY LAND, CON-
sisting of 122 acres, 4 miles north of Winches
:i;r acdlA from Alasonia. It is situated in u
good neighborhood, convenient to churches
1wuj1.s, with gtHd water both for stock and
family use. 'Ihcie is about 200 acres blazed,
the bulanue in timber. Tolerable good build
ings on the p&icer and in a Wealthy fetation,
all of which can be had on reasonable term.
1'V furtner particular call on the subscriber,
on the premises.
May I U-3w JOHN W. MARTIN, Jr.
HAYING Wen qualified as AdruLni&tratri.
on the Estate of Kichard F. Sims, defeased, 1
rerju.t all persons having claims against said
e-tate to present them, and all indebted to come
forward and settle at Mire, as 1 am auiious t'
dose it up as muu h possible.
MllS. M. G. SIMJ,
my 8-1 m Administratrix.
3T. 3E3C. Willy,
OFFERS FOR SALE
120 boxes Manufactured Tobacco, i
20 cases Smoking Tobacco,
20 bbls. do. w do.
.ri bags Coflcc,
20 bbls. Sugar,
20 " New Orleans Svrup,
1-1,000 lbs. Iron,
25 boxes Candy,
With sundry other articles, all of which wii'l
be sold at prices to suit. Particular attentioa
paid to orders. my 9 m
AT TEr. SHOP of the undersigned, near
Harmony Church, in the 2d District of Frank
lin county, will bo filled promptly all orders
for Wagon or Buggy work, Plougu Stocks and
Cabinet work, (such as fine and ordinary Cof
fins, Wash Boards, &c.,) and indeed any wood
work. Cheap for cash is my motto. Give me
ii call. ' '
my23-lm J. L. BEAVER.
GOLD WATCH FOR SALE.
A FINE DOUBLE CASED GOLD
WATCH a splendid time-keeper. AmMv at
the BULLETIN OFFICE. my7-tt
FOR the information of customers the un
dersigned stales his prices for carding are as
tollows: For white, 30 cents per pound ; for
mixed 45 cents, and he warrants it shall be
well done. Wool must be brought in good
order. , W. M. TAFT.
Upton Mills, scar Winchester.
ARKANSAS LANDS FOR SALE.
dWriMn A I . . m.'. ..... . . - - . . . . .
LANDS, within a few hnur ridn of Moninhin.
can be bought very lovt for Confederate Note
or Bonds. Enouire at this office. mhS-U'
S. A. HANDLY. Winchcstw. Term., and
JAMES J. PRYOR, Atlanta. Ga. are au
thorized to receive and receipt for all claims
due Irby Morgan & Co., Nashville, Tenn.
All persons indebted to said firm will please
cll and settle their indebtedness. .
muZUt IBBY MORGAN & CO,