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7T'f.- TtU'. dltlMtlt ropreseutc-a, forni a Lright. galaxy of stars.
vf ill J1 ill IN ptUHUiW ! Tiic grouping it very artistic tho jicccssariej
- ."T. .r.-- of the pictures being happily chosen delinea-
S 1. : ' i' t ' t'"113 of life c n the Southern plantations. Jus-
W Inch o
We Lie .some reliable from our troiit
i t7v. :iad Liberty. President Davis on horseback
Juno 14th. sunn!'ll by his guards, and the painMngs
of Washington, Lufayettc, and Jackson, are
i beautiful specimens ot tho most beautnui ci
But the JfatUe of Manassas will bo admired
which places it beyond doubt that two of cur hy uls0 true, so exciting. In viewing wo
bravest won hav,. been hung by tie! J". deruis, w0 hear tho boom of Cannon and 8e0
aVr giving ifa-in a trial by a drum head curt U)0 v,rllhinR of thft wounded. Equally forci-
martial. it appear that Lawrence W nhams b,o upjn tfae iraftgin.uion is impr(.Sed the rout
Orton went into tae t cncrai Knos una v r-r - of (he ..j viI,ftin9 who mnrched forth to !
.-ei-ted hi..:H.lf as belonging to Roseerar.s' Matf. J(.f?at lhu brav(! Beauregard. ' I
hkI vidted that officer's tornik"..!: ms, ,",!, a . But W(J Cinot sp. r(J r0(,m t k M hm(r.h
.oamiei" map 01 in.- Mm. .u. . i.i -o...r.uiy . of lho differcnt r,icl.ures which will be exhibit
wph a tm-.n wh. assured t- !:.! KM-, s, . ud d,,IJ1( 0.her t;lill( Wo will do so.
Adjutant, mi rlvr:i5r,g to cur U-.es whe.i the , , d , thftt wc hilV0 ..v;j-ac, that
Yank. sirsj ivior.s unused. Cavalry ; ?rof G.'b heart is with the South in herstrug-
w,re .:ni i:i pursuit. .!3rver.ok tho to gk, for impendence. If we did not think so,
,5uri" .federates, captured thiu. and tho , WJ woulil b Ul(J as, lo gir him aid. But ho
sal finale wo have already told. Orton. it j b rt.,.ommonded by our highest Stut official to
..viil b rum.-uibered by boveral in our midst. iamented A. s! Johnson as a man disiiing
-.as oik u-.. Oen. Bra?- ,- staff, was Lt. Col. , (0 idJ th Southern cuns0. I gave 0ih bi-.
. :' c.ivalrv. but in the artillery tince. Ho was - ,:,., ? v..i,v;it. f..v no v..n. ..i' r 1
diers, and retreated from that place bi'fore its
surrender to tho foe. Now, he asks a benefit
for hini-elf. Wo peeomiiif nd a liberal patron
age because of the merit of tho artist and :he
! merit of his paintings.
i t: r " " " ' r,.i .it-.-' Ttfi i :i t- m'lV-"jj
I Tho New York Herald says
"The platfornf of 'ho Democracy in
the Presidential cajRii-ain ol 186 1 will
bo peace, and vliatis more, the candi
date will be elected, no rratter who he
is, the principle controlling all other
considerations. The new President,
wlyitevoi might have been his antece
dents or opinions, will, upon anpuming
ollice, be compelled to upeiid the
operations ot tho war, proclaim an ar
mistice, and propose a Convention of
all tho States."
If the editor lives to sco "a conven
tion of all the States," ho will bo old
enough to bo grcat-grand-father to Me-thiiiolah.
;t no.r :-M:it!"!i ) uen. L,ee, oi irsinia, ana .
:. li'ivi-r man nver lived. We are ac.rely '
.-lined to think hi, daring, in orcb-r to bem-fit
our ci'v;. has resulted in a tra-edy whi'h will
. c:To .v i-very triu t Vnf"d'.i.le heart.
kery commanu.T in war enaeavors 10 , ,
;.;uck su.ciss by makin,; iVl-e iropr.-.oions j s)r We do think persons oii'ht not
xipon 'he enemy. These men made a fa!.--.' to be allowed to cross our lines into
i-p -jisioii. They did thu to aid our stn.g- ,.h(J t.lUMnv's nm. Wo liavu noticed
tcl:2 country They tailed, when success had . . . , ,.
b, ' , '. ,r . v t .,, tor many months past that nearly a
almort erowneJ their t-tforts. tut v.e will j . , J 1 J
w.-atii around th..ir namea in our rem.m-1 tho "itormaiU'n the an COS roceivo
era. ,e Mi.'ibt. ui:; idi!i laurels of fe-raUtude. i1 frow no:i combatants who sojourn a
' As. b- from this 6. A afl-tir we. have nothing
of ir.VTf'-.-t from tho front.
. SSfSuTi'e n.'anner in which the Yaakee
Government haa determined to pay its negro
soldiers Is worthy its financial faVne. Banks'
orders at New Orleans recites that they are to
bo paid '.according' to tho valuo of ,their ser
vice!" This puts this whole thing in tho
hands of the Yankees, as he negroes are very
sure to render no service that will more than
cover their rations.
while within our linos and then return
to the Yar.lceo linos.
Wo copy tho following from lho
Baltimore Gazette of the (3th instant :
A rentlernan who is known here,
and whoso statements are rcgardo 1 as
reliable, has just reached our lines trom
Tullahoma. lie says there are not
more than two regiments at that place,
and that tho enemy has thrown all his
fortifications forward to Shelby ville,
Beech Grove, and other points on our
Now, this person, to whom allusion
is made, may be a Southern man at
heart, but ho has certainly betrayed
tho South unwillingly, to say the least,
lie has told tho truth in regard to the
number of forces at Tullahoma, a state
ment which every paper in tho South
! has refrained from making, because it
might have given the eoemj' intorma-
tion as to the protection v e have in
our rear. But our military authorities
will allow men and women to pass our
lines and detail information which the
much Abused newspaper dare not pub
;f several newspapers. atUrmod he hid crossed j lish in order to satisfy the inordinate
V. Tort JJudwn, wvl was suce.-ful'v engfise.-l j ,1 -s?re 0f the nobiie fir rwHvs. We
. n-i... L. "
uloatcare how much S5utu,ern talk
j these persons may indulge in, the very
fact that thev want to "ret within the
enemy's lines is eufiicient to make us
'I'll' n;ov ioent of Kirov Sin'.th. as repon..'d j doubt them. Southern people are not
by the i'V:rh 'in our Mvc.ini'' isu, has tt i ... . ...
tesn fully conm im- l. n.id'uv havor-vcy rea- alioWcd an7 ilborty thcro and lt ecomp
..onto bi-!ieve he will nidl fioreely the le'-t stranra thoy should have euch desirq.
aana ol rants ftrrr-v. now inv?.i!r.i-- vick
. are impatlt nt at th't dearth ot' news
from this point, but our friends must remember
thkt the plac.. is closely besieged, and really
the result is evidently raised to a question of
reinforcement. This reiiiforeernnt wo believe
G-W Johnston will afford Oen. Pornberton in
sutSc'e nt time. Certain do we feel thatGrant,
however m.u'.h he may havo been reinforced,
will not bo able to take the place by assault.
While he awaits the ;:hw process of a regular I
sioge Johnston will be working in his rear.
Surely every n".si-tnn'e thai ia jossible will be
afforded Johriiton. for the importance of
Viek-burtc is b'yond ealculatiori. It is the
Sevastopol of tii. AVust'-rn ilemisfihere, and
no wonder we are fevuri-h to hear from there.
Jtiut the result mu-t soon be known. Hope
and t'.-ar v.'ll no longer war against each other,
ileaven grant our belief n.ay be realized.
Gen. Kirby Smith.
The telegram, announcing the appearance
of Ocnerul Kirby ymith at Millikcn's Bend,
and his capture of thousand Yankees, took
nv.;ryb')iy her- b;, surprise, as former dis-r-tches,
rtipp-arO-d by toe posi'ive statenients
;u .'.il in" the ba'fre of tloil :tfO'U'hoid. The
st;i,:er,vnw of his b.-ing near Vielia'cu'.g is fur
fhor sii"por! i i.-y the f ilowirg i'.om the t?e)
-in? ; li..p,ita of ibe Cth:
crossi Vi ovk:; oj. ku'.:-.i ta.inu.
. .n4 if no -uii-forume shall delay the
But soir.o want to run tho blockade
and deiii'nei to bv simultaneous, the powerful
eo-operation sceuri-d will result in the most
brilliant victory of the var.
movement of JoListon. a'ready in progress. I to bring out goods. Then the question
arises that if they will play the hypo
crit that is protend to bo Union in
order to make dimes and dollars, would
they not botray the South ? Wo think,
in most cases, that they would.
Wo sav, lot noncqo.
Signer Guaita's Oil Paintings.
We paid a visit lho other day to Professor
p.:a ta's Gallery of Taintings. and spent an
tier or two in admiration ot the ai tistic beauty
with which he his surrounded his rooma.
I'rof. G is au ait in his art. We do notcom
part hi:.; to Michael Angelo or Hapheal, f.r
jronsral opinion has plnced those two asasters
it th. h -'ol ; hut public opinion, circumscribed
Peksonal. Our offico was groeted last
evening with the presenco of Captain 3 L.
Gannoway " Gld Gan" our late associate.
He looks as lively and noblo as evfr. Long
life to -him, and may h s soon be able to join
his family from whom he has so long been
X otitis'. We nay bo necessarily absent a
good portion of the next month In our ab
sence Mr. John Lowry, of rur orfieo, will re
ceive all dues to us for job work or subscrip
tim. Gov. TT. S. Foote This distinguish
ed and . earned, menib r of Congiess
arrived in our town last evening Wc
arc glad to tee him looking widl.
Rklioious yt'iiviCE. Tho Kev. air. Hunt
will preach at the Episcopal Church, to-day,
at 101 A. M., and U V- M.
t&tm We are nuthorised to announce Wif
0. d WAX as a -jandidato for'' re-election ti
Congress from the 2d Congressional District
litu The friends of Col. PETER TUP
NHY feel authorized to announce his same ai
a candidate for Congress in the Third District
-as they see his name announced in other
papers throughout the District. jelO-dte
Wo are authorized to announce Hon A O
P. NICHOLSON a candidate for Coum-i
from the (ith District of Tennessee. ElecVn
first Thursday in August next. my2C-te
B We aro authorized to announce L. J.
DUPREE, as a candidate to represent the'
Eleventh Congressional District of Tennestee
(Memphis District,) ia the next Confederate
Congress. t Jo2tde
We are authorized to announce Hon
THOMAS MENNEESa3acandidatofor re
election to Congress from the Eighth Coneres!
sional District. jeOtde.
eyrWe are authorized to announce Hon J
D 0. ATKINS as a candidate for re-election
to Congress from the Ninth Congressional Dis-tnct-
fifcj?" We aro authorized to announce Hon
DAVID M. CUUKIN as a candidate for ra
election from the Elcventn Congressional Dis
tr:ct. . j,utdc.
Bivouac Stakses' Cavalrt,
Ed. Bulletin: Yiolding to the persuasions
of my friends, I autLorize you to announce
my name as a canuidate for a scat in tho lower
branch of the next General Assembly of the
ritatc of Tennessee.
myiW-te JOHN M. DONALDSON.
Tho friends ofJAS. K SIIOOK" feel author
ized to announce his name as a candidate to
represent Franklin county in the lower branch
of the next Legislature. " mylO-td
lAGrs! IJAGSI liAGS!
WE WANT AS MANY It AGS AS WE
can get, and will pay the highest market price
for them. Let every one who reads this send
us what he or she may have. Unless wo can
get rags we can get no paper.
Send ta the Uulletin all the cotton rags you
em get. A liberal bonus will be paid any one
who will take the trouble to get us up a lare
lot Five cents per pound given, if lUiivereu'
in Winde stcr. aprS-tf.
NOTICE is hereby given, for all persons
indebted to the estate ot E. II. lkard. cice'd,
.o corne lorwiird at onee, ia,d settle their in
debtedness, and all i t-rsons having c aims
against the same must pr-sent tin: rn by the Pt
Y HKXJAMIN WAKKKN. IN LIN
eoln county, and confined in jail in Franklin
county, Tennessee, a ne ro boy, who says hi-t
name is ALMtfc 1, and that he belongs to vj;h t(, wil:fl th(J bu,i:u.S5 f ,
Said boy is black and 0 feet hi-h. 'I'here urn
also two other boys one : brother of the above
namad from the same place. The owner is
requested to come forward, prove property,
pay charges, and tak. them out of jail,
jel l-tf J: W. C US i. EK, sheriff.
dav of September, or be i revi r debarr d.
MayUb-dlm' A. B. DUN LAN.
FliOM THE RACK. BACK OF THE
Bulletin Office, on the 9th instant, a dark buy
HOUSE about 15 hands high, ' or 0 years
old. with his right hip knocked down a little.
Has some saddle marks on his back Had on
a cifiiiiin's saddb-. I will trive ?iio f r the de-
A USEFUL SHOP.
AT THri SHOP 'i the underML'.Pcd. uu-.:
Harmony t hureh in the District of Fruna
lin county, will be filled nioni tly all onur.-.
for Wagon or Buugy work, Piougi. Stocks and
Cabinet work, (such as fire' and ordinary Cot'-tin.-..
Wash Boards, iVc. ) and indeed any weed
work. Cheap for cash is my motto, (jive ma
my23-lm . .1. L. BEAVER
HORSE FOE SALE.
A FINE, f) year old Bay Horse, -in good
livery of the horse to me. near (he Hurricane i order, suitaole lor Cavwl -y, can be had by ap
Sprincrs, in this county, or1!.) W. J. Slatter. iphing at the ' Bulletin ?' Office. A cavalry
Winchester. AnV information that will lead
U his recovery liberally paid lor.
II. W. FARISS.
Beauthullv printed and for sal-.-, at the P.Wj
LKT1N OKFlCii. junciu
Neatly tu-int"d and for sale at the 'BUL
LETIN OFFICE. junel)
Jiajr The latest news from Vicke
burg ehews that tho investment is qui to
complete. Tho lines of the enemy oc
cupy a convex position. A want of
roui-fij, his paid r . tribute to Prof. G. of i necessity compels this. Thore ia said
which he ni'iv feel i.road. We have read
it;acts iroin the nost iiiCucntlal and able of
the Frc.', compJ.iinciiting in high terms the
t?uth!ulr;u iiid teutity cf his pencil. j
t-i.nor G ..ai!a, w.U exhibit his paintings, day
- nipht, for o-ew rek in the Baptist Church,
' oxmer.cing in'it, Monday, to-morrow, and
g"it ;:;ouhly we soiieit a liberal patronage.
He lus labored tor a long time in perfecting
the paintings, and labored without an income.
He has chosen, as a, subject, to illustrate the
fiouthern Confederacy, most of his paintings
saving an immediate connection with cur in
Wo have not room to say as much mj wo de
fifft upon tao merits of the different works of
bi poncil. The States are divided into elu
ers of thr-, and the yoaeg ladlep, by -whom
to bo a largo spring four miles wost of
the Big, Black bridge, to which the
Fodorals have fallen back. Its sup
ply of water ia represented as' being
Bay We aro indobted to a clever
friend,, who always sceras anxious to
aid tho Bulletin, for a copy of tho
Nashville Union of tho 9th, but got it
too late tc ' extract anything from it
for this isue. However, a pynopsis
of its telegrHms was published in tl e
Bulletin yesterday. ,
fiiay Bach subscriber to the Bulletin is re
nested to a'd us in extending our circulation.'
GEO KG I A CUathoga Couu bj.
TWO RUNAWAY SLAVES WERE
committed to the jail of sa d county, on the
lth day of May, of the following description,
to-wit; One ab ait nineteen and the other
about twenty years of age, eacb about 5 feet t'
inches high, of black complexion, both say
their names sro JOHN, and report themselves
to belong, one to Jimason Dean, of Rutherford
county, Ti nn., the ether to Dr. Edward Dun
r ahoo. of Lebanon, Ter.n. This owners are
directed to come forward, prove their property
and pay charges, and take them away, or they
will be dealt wita as the law directs. This
May 2r?th, I860. E. H. CLEMMONS,
WHERE'S YOUR HIDES ?
WILLIAM H. GRIDDLE STILL CON
tinues to tan Hides into Sole Leather at 25
cents per pound, and into Upper Leather for
40 cents per pound Small Calf skins, Sheep.
Dosr. and other skins, charced by tho size. I
j will give Spun Thread, Leather and Money
,f.,i Tan V., pi.- riKi tAn milntl ff ty rr tflnTflrH
situated near Bowlibs' distillery, two miles
north of Saltro and ten miles from Winchester.
JnnolO-d2w W.S. CRIDDLE.
saddle will bo sold with him if wanted.
LAND TOR SALE.
I WISII10 SELL MY LAND, CON
sisting of 4- acres, 4 miies north of Winches
ter and 1 j from Ahuonia. It is situated in a
good neighborhood, convenient to churthes
schools, with good water both .for steck and
family us'j. 'I here is about W acres blazed,
the balance in timber. Tolerable good build
ings o.'i the place, and in a healthy location,
all of which can be had on reasonable terms.
For fartnor particular cai! ca tho subscriber,
011 the premises.
MnvlD-iJw JOHN W. MARTIN, Jr.
FOR the information of customers the un
dersigned states his prices for carding are as
tollows: For white, oO cents per pound ; for
mixed 45 cents, and he warrants it 6hall bu
well done. Wool must be brought in gooU
order. W. M. T..FT,
Upton Mills, near Winchester.
A NEW EDITION cf Gilham's Manual,
with Plates. One large 1-mo volume cloth
Sent by mail, pre paid, for $10 00.
Address JAS. McPHEKSON & CO., .
May'JC-dlm. BooKsellcrs, Atlanta, Ga.
FOR MY FILLY, AND $0 FOR THE
rogue that stole hor. She is a little down in
her right hip, white mane and tail mane a
little worn by yoke. She is aboutHJ hands
high, and clay bank c?ler.
S. A. HANDLY, Winchester, Tenn., and
JAMES J. PRYOR, Atlanta, Ga., aro au
thorized to receive and receipt for till cbuni6
due lrby Morgan & Co., Nashville, Teri. V
All pers ns indebted to said firm will p'teaso
call and settle their indebtedness.
1 mar4-tf IRBY MORGAN A CO.
ARKANSAS LANDS fOR SALE
SEVERAL SECTIONS OF ARKANSAS
LANDS, within a few hours ride of Merophi
can bo bought very low for Confederate Note
or Bonds. Enquire at this office. mh8-tf
OFFICER'S PAY ACCOUNTS?;
ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT TUB
Daily. Bulletin office.