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UUcttll I Prospects of National Tinances.
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A i : I J :v. w is a 1 i 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 -. t long luck.
1' v :' tied. that, by the power of
;;'( i-.r mtmbet.--. the. .e'ronuhoM
lvr ', . Ta th'-uccht I'l.ifL1 us feel
:'?np.-ri:tnct! it i'. to u. uad
; t'.if i-i'n'iny. Hvevvr.
it, '' t,.!1,.! t.ot in t'jf b'U.'-t be
as to '. '! u'limale of ot;r
u v,--..;il I j.',ivo joy to tli-: cnrny,
U' : '" 1 1 ; ovUti of our noliJ.i oma-
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try to !i's var. b.l tr-:.l. yet. Tie- ftirl more sv
;ous lii!ir-u woui.l ?!.rin5 up it. hi? path.
'.' iH'iva of otV-r viitts, .--trot: liy nature
"'or delVn.-e, mnl .i- ti'nl them would our liruve
iirrny rally to (Sh.mf,. the invM(l"r.' march, and
whilf: we v.hoidd ! e strciv;hciiol by a contrao
l;o" of ,in 's, arid i oti!. iioitatc Xapoleon by
th rudderi wa:isin; ,f armies st any single
point, the Yaiik.'io w, ild be weakened by a
rkr of inereus-vl vulrerability, which they
must. viil.;r:tly iii.ar 1 repments or de-
t:tciitii.-ii'., only :, f. i! ; ;, j.rioners into our
.uuN in detail.
We ran but thin1;, '.hen, even if Vick.-burg
were tn fail, and T-uines. ce bo given up, we
would rn.t have room for despondency. Dut
t'ic skies that, awhile back, seemed dark as
thy hung over Misfissijipi, have changed to a
livilyhue. Viekuburg will n'.t betaken.
Already the Yi.nke.-.s hnveost fifty thousand
men in the afiempt. and wo'firmly believe they
will lose M m.iny more. All thing:? are work
right. Th nobi. Pemberton and the
skillful Jf.hr.nlr.n re ir.an-iging to suit oil
hcy.ps, and only on thought is there, to mak
e.-- rich. ivnJ that ;-at. any of our noble
men must fall in' fighting icnoble a foe,
fj" The Hjehmond Jvvaminr slates that
the amuuaf of CWedera'n iUnf Treasury
no-(.s. bearin'c dere hnteri.-r to lh frontier last,
SWKU-.J 'H.i. All oi tb.e, it m "will
r-'oo'i have tti
will ( " fo
I inrlr"! rn
n onveftrd mto bonds, or if not,
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of .rum nev v,-i!
' a i teeco, and
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: Although United States stock-! fluctuate less
. l'l:lll tilt) 0 . . Ii .1 1, iruj ..Ii. I 111.. .....ii i i m i. ivi.lii
7th ', th".v continue to exiericiiu rapid movements
i accordiTig to the progress of the war. Hut the
i variations aro directly opposite to those which
loL-ic would dictate. The Federal 'successes,'
ti W. uhieh are followed by an improvement, should
in reality cause increased distrust, while every
if '.ill, ; new mid erns'iiiur ,lr i-t..r in'tlw. V.-irth mii'bt.
. v, t ! on the contrary, be accepted as the oett gleam
1 ; -.f hlrtr,rj,i . i tl, . !' ...Mi1 ill
If.wJ : which seem imminent. If the war be pro-
tnt ted i mi nil longiu1, o;- if the subjugation of
; the .)uth be acfoui .li.-hod cither late or soon,
a bril- I Amerieon flrompfx imwr !. v itlninf liiini". If
I ;,n I a dffinile and honorable separation can be of-'
' feo ted. the possibility of a ledemption of Xor
: liioni obligations may still, perhaps! be within
I rational .'intiripntions. A prolongation of the
; war f. r unother six mo:iths on itsprescnt seale
: of cii"iiditure will swell the mass of liability
to a d-grce that can leave no doubt as to the
maniii t in which it will be dealt wi'h. since. coii
fui rcutly with the drain of treasure, the drain
: of life and labor from the Holds will have re
I dueed the productive capacities of the country,
: so that years nm-t elapse before it can even re
gain the condition in which it stood in 1 8'".".
On tf " other hand, assuming that the South
could be overthrown to-morrow, its slave la-b'-r
deported or turned adrift, its debts dis
owned, and its population kept from new out
breaks by lni','e garrisons and naval squadrons,
t ho new state of peace would be as costly as
the bi'-; state of war, while the credit of the
roun'ry would bo wholly dtroyed from the
knowledge that there was a chronic danger of
revolution, such as lias prevailed in Mexico
m l Central America throughout the whole of
their independent existence. The Washington
politician? fanev that the dissolution of the
l'nion is hoped for in Europe, aathebest means
of breaking down American power: whereas,
if there were malice against them of the most,
cruel and wicked kind, it iniiht be gratified to
satiety in the one wish thatthey should succed
in their present enterprise. It is because these
facts are generally recognized on this side that
the possibility of a Federal loan being enter
tained is entirely out of the question, and the
financiers of that lountry may therefore dis
miss all thought of nttrartinsr foreign capital
until a separation be effected which shall leave
the North'-m energies free for their natural
course ,,f progress to the Pacific, instead of be
in?; hampered by a partnership with States
which mmf. for the present contain either
:;.0')i) 11(1(1 Africans in subjection or tt.ftOO. ()()
African idlers, and. ns far as military conquest,
cm make them such, S.llOH.OOO slave of the
A nglo-Sar-in race.
Cn.vsrn iiy li.;ui:s. The f-dl.ing para
graph, which we clip from the. army letter of
the Jlohile Tribune, may contain some truth :
but ns we have before heard nothing of the af
fair, wo cannot vouch for its accuracy:
We w"re driving Sed.'wick's infidels ncross
Pctnk's Ford, when a Yankee ollicer was seen
making his way through the streets of Fred
! iekburg, wdiei- he had no troops at the time,
in order to cam the opposite side of the river.
A number of ladies standing on the porch at
the time saw the runaway, and cried out "stop
him, stop him," when a Miss Philippa Har
bour, a niece of Col. Phil. Harbour, of Va..
w ith a number of other ladies, gave chase, and
ran the Yankee officer nearly down, w ho, con
vulsed wiih lighter at the sport, and the idea
of being pursued by ladies, became nearly ex
hausted, and gave up on being hemmed in at
the corner of a garden fence ! 'The ladies took
him prisoner, and locked him up in a room
until our troops again entered the citv.
p?C It woulil Room that some of tlio
theatrical performers ut Nashville have
not di.splaj-eil su Ji Yankee patriotism
in the selection of their music as to
render their performances entirely
satisfactory to tbp military authorities
there. The Brovost Marshal bn fmmd
it necessary to give- notice- through the
press, requiring the orchestras at every
place ot amusement in the city to play
in future, at least three national airs
tv'!T The Paris correspondent of the New
Yo-k Times fays: ,The cabinet of Paris and
London have again commenced negotiations
on the subject of mediation in America, but
this time on a new 'bafb of operations. Tbey
are lir-tto commence with the Confederates,
who will ba asked; as a preliminary step, to
guarantee the gradual emau?ipation of slavery.
and this guarantee once secured, it is thought
the North will be willing to aeotpt a separa
be wiped as
T dor, lotion
re Aurpirt 1,
' .-'.-;, -n i.v. --The tia
noji'jing th projio.--ai to
1 Juvksoii. tays : AV'o have
'' ;i i hil.l. who should
i ":o;,ry, arc 1 -ft in vcrv
nun wh ut
Mid if ti.is
prty-'ec for v moiuitne.nt,
Yikoima Ki.rcno.v. As tar ns returns
have been received, ii, seems (Jen. .Smith i'H
tr.t Hilly) is the succ!t..ful candidate for Gov
ernor ( t lr'.'inia. Col. Flonrnnv now lo,,,
ilo.v.', and Col. Munl'ord is distanced.
Xkw Flol'k. On the 2:hd of May
a crop of newly harvested wheat was
ground into Hour in Lowndes county,
Ala. This does not ,look much liko
(iov Curtin has gone to Washington
to consult with Lincoln in regt.rd to
the protection of his State (Tennsj i
vanta) against invasion.
The JSrcw York Herald is out for
Lincoln as the next President of the
.United States. The Herald was for
anybody but Lincoln before the War
wanted either Ureckinridge, Bell or
Douglas. Hut it was bought for Froe
mont for 500,000 and we guess a
similar sum has bought it lo advocate
The latest Northern news about
Vickshurg is that Grant is "hopeful."
We respond hope, fool.
Tho .Montreal (Canada) G'a.ette snyR
Hooker's defeat at Chancellorsvillc
was a " rout, the most disastrous re
corded in history."
JBO" When the Confederate raiders
were at Morgantown, Va., the citizens
of Wtiynesburg, Pa., .sent a llag of
truce eight miles to surrender to them.
DV.VIC.VIKI) TO THK MK.MORY OV THE I.ATK
MP.S K. ,T. M'VVIIOHTKK.
Dear FJlen now has ;ono to rest,
Ueclining on a Saviour's breast:
Her troubles here mi earth are o'er,
And now sdie lives for ever more.
Alas! our worthy friend's fled.
Her body is numbered with the dead :
Unrobed in bright beyond tho suns
The weary pilgrim's course is run.
To us 'tis loss, to her 'tis gain.
To leave this world of woe and pain,
To reign with Chri-t above the skies.
Where bliss and pleasure never dies.
Hut yet, we will remember you,
If you no more n earth we site,
And in the New Jerusalem
We'll meet, to part no more.
W. S. Mo.
We are authorized to announce Hoir A rv
P. NTCJIOLMXN a candidate for L?H
from the l.tl, JUstnot of Tennessee. Election
hrst Thursday in August next. javG.r(
1Mt,.0arftautltorizcd t0 announce L J
7,. , , , ns a f'ndidHte to rpprasent the
Kleventh luurpssional District of Tennestee
.Memphis Dinnet.) in the nest Confederate
Kf-Q. A e are authorized to announce Hon
THOMAS M1SNNE V.S as a candidal for
election to Congress from the Eighth Congres
sional District. j.efitdc8
.'. FX?- I? ulhor'2l to announce Hon. J
1). C. A IklNs as a candidate for re-election
to (ongress from the Ninth Congressional Dis
lir We arc authorised to announc Hon
DAVID M. CUHK1N as a, candidate for tl
election from the Elcvcntn Congressional Dis
Hivouac iStarmes' Cavaikt, )
Ma;, 18Ci,. ' f
I'd. Hull el in: Yieldi to tlltf nuN,,..:
ot my friends, I authorize, you to announce
my name as a caimidnto foraseat in the lower
branch of the next (icnerul Assembly of the
State of Tennessee.
irt)--te .JOHN M. DONALDSON.
Tim friends of JAS. KnTjOlTfeel author-
lZfil t'i ailliouuco bis liaiiiA ia i ,o,li .
reiircseiit 1-rankiin county in tho lower br.m,.),
of the nevt Lee ishitnre " .ir. .a
FOR MY FILLY, AM) So FO K THK
rogue tiiat stole her. Sim is a hub' down in
her riirht bio, white inane nnil tail nn :i
little worn by st yoke. Sin- is about 1 1.1 bands
J OS II I' A JOKK.
Who Wants a Substitute? I
A GENTLEMAN who is over lifty years!
years old, and served twelve months in' Vir
ginia, as a volunteer, can be gotten as a sub'.i-'
tute. Apply at the Hulletin Otiiee. I
$20 DOLLARS REWARD. " i
JlA.NAvVAY EJtO.M '1 Jlh SlJ I.SCHI l!EH.
two N'egro boys, named TOM nud JOHN, or
WliKr. John is L'o .years old, o t'ect 8 imdies j
hiirh. dark, but not black, comolexion. and '
weighs about Hit) pounds. He bus a wife at
Esquire James (ircen's old jdace.
Tom is about '"it years old, o -feet 10 inches
hyh, black complexion, and weighs about 170
pounds. Ho has a wife at the pfaeu of Joscj h
The above regard will be paid for the de
livery of both slaves to me, at Winchester, in
half that, sum for cither.
May;:i-d2w HEZEKIAH FA HIS.
NEW GOODS. "
PLEACH ED Domestics, lirir wn Drillings,
Lawn, Ladies' Helts, Misses W late and'EanVy
Hose, Spool and Flux Thread, Shoe Thread,
Fine Combs, Coarse do., Hair-pins,. Hooksand
Eyes, Pencils, Pens and Pen-holders, Ink,
nnirt iiuttons. li. V. Caps, Shot, Plucking,
Pins, Needles, Fish nocks and Lines, Pipe",'
Smoking Tobacco, and Shading Soap. Just
received, and for sale bv
R-ving Soap. Just
NOTICE is hereby given, for ail pons
indebted to the esftc of E. IL lkard
to come forward tt once, and settle thtir in
debtedness, and all persons bavin.- c'aima
against the same must present thern by the lit
day of September, or be forever debarred, as I
wn-bto wind up the business of sJd estate.
May2f,-(Um A. HDUNCA X.
A" USHFULSEOipT'"" "
AT THE SHOP ?,r the imdcr.-igned, rear
Harmony Church, in the lid Di.-trict of Frank
lin comity, will be filled promptly nil orders
for Wagon or Buggy work, Phmgii tiMki and
Cabinet work, (.ucli as fine and ordinary t.'i.f
lins. Wa: h Hoards, &c.;) and indeed anv wood
work. Cheap I'm- cash is mv mntto. Give me
'"Vhlm5 J. L. HEAYEPv.
A NEW EDITION of Gill.au, s Manual.
with Plates. One large li'mo Mdumeeh'th.
Sent bv mail, prv paiil, for Sio twi.
Address" J AS. McPIl EKSON .V: CO..
-MayliU-dliy. llool.M llers, Atlanta, Ga.
ARKANSAS LANDS POIl SiJLE.
HORSE FOR SALE.
A FINK, .Vvenr old Rnv Hnvso i -,,1
order, suitable tor Caval-y, can be had bv ap
p'viiog at the " Hulletin "' tlflioe. A cavalry
saddle will be sold with him if wanted.
BE DUTIFUL RESIDENCE
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POR CONFEDERATE NOTES-
IT IS A NKV HriLDING, CON YEN I-
ent to the Mary Sharp i ollege, has five well
plastered rooms, besides a cook room and a
dining room. There is one of the finest ot
irnrd-ns attached to it. besides stables, kitchens,
and all necessary out-h uses. 'Also, asplendie
cistern. Will be sold for cash, at a low price
Arr.lv to W. J. Sl.ATTEK, Hulletin Office.
LAND FOR SALE.
TWO II I'NDHED AND SIXTY-TW
a ns of land, two miles south of Estill Sprint:. ,
on the Ninhville and Chattanoog- Jlnilr.iaib
One hundred and thirty acres cleared, all under
good fence; thirty acres in clover. A never
failing water on t'ic place.
For particulars call at the premises, upon
the undersigned. S. HOPKINS t
LAND FOR SALE!
I WISH TO SELL MY LAND.' COX-
listing of 122 acres. 4 mile?, north of Winches
t'-r and LI from Alasonia. It is situated in a
good neighborhood, convenient to churches
schools, with good water -both for sti ck and
e . i . . .. M.i
laii.in use, j nere is about 2W acres blazed,
the balance in timber. Tolerable .good build-"
ings on the place, and in a healthy location,
all of which can b had on r.-asoiiable terms.
For furtner particulais call on the .subscriber,
on the premises.
.MayJH-;iw. JOHN -MA HTI N . J u.
HAVING been qualified as Administratrix
en the Eitateof Hid ard F. Sims, deemed, I
request all persoi.s having claims against said
estate to present them, and all indebted to come
forward and settle at once, as I am anxious to
clcao it up as soon as t.ns?iblo
. MRS. it. 0. SIMS,
COM MISSION ME)WHAX1
OFFKPiS FOK SALE
1-0 boies Manufactured Tobacco,
'Jll casc.4 Saiokir.j Tobacco,
I'O bbls. do. do.
r hags Co2ec,
20 bbls. Sugar,
i-'O " New Orleans Syrup,
2o boxes Candy,
With sundry other articles, all of which will
be sold at j rices to kx'H. Particular attention
paid to orders. niy9 lm
l-Oii the information of cusioiiu i.T tho un
dersigned states his prices for carding are as
lollows: For white, .'JO cents per pound ; for
mixed lo cents, and ho warrants it shall he
well done. 'Wo.d muit be brought in j'ood
i.-i-ai,-r. w. m. t.aft.'j i
Upton Mills, hear Winchester.
GOLD WATCHFOR SALE.
A FINE DOFI1LE "CASED GOLD
ATt.'fl -a s; lendid time-keeper. Annlyul
thcMlrLLETr OFFICE. myT-U
7 NOTICE. 7 " '
t. At JIAXDLY. Wir,f.'i,.c:f,,i. M'nnn nnl
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