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jr'eace Iiiovoment in-thai
w;x3K5T3K, Texx.. June 1G, 1253. j For Conreisw.
'ZiiTO?. Buxtiim : S;r, Permit ne to ! ?u "We are author! ted to annouiea -crv
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-.-:r-r-;r3r-jr-zxi:- j raiJW:V c.a M'ttinq r. Fhliade-.ph.'Z I "uga your paper. u.in a t w cays v. ur- "u'V,w. p wr Nation to
S y j 2x - h - t r ' ' i erfcr 'from Ir:tand WW i.u ar?r the aMociatiaa formed In this county to relievo ; jfie ConreMionl Strict.
" : '' peace, the people, a, far m posaible from the etil. of j The frlenJj of Col. pg-jER TCP
Mnni;Pff T,m ifH-,' A meeting Wft3 held in InJeeua,.ce enormous speculation, will have on hand for NLYlceUuthome to announce his naniet
- -J"'"lWJ T3i.:..,.i.,i..i..; ,it ...i . ,, rUt :!iUe' a tost about one hundred sacks of salt. a candidate for Coteresa in the Third n;...!.
....... , , , juii.u c, i uiiawi 'uia, uu n 'iiuu-t '"'VJ i
!.;: 1 lmc;
Is: intatit, to protest yaiust tlie ar
rest of Vullandigham. A di?patch to
tho lse'.v York Press says:
.iTl., .., -, 1... 1,. ..Honii.i.-I
ineDomocvr.t.e atete (..vcotion of . &nd quilo enftu9iasliCi ib,lUl
.)':;.o, v. li,c:i m.t on the 11th Hi-jUnt, . tlj ,a.,!lIKi persona were assouiuicd
.ummated C. L. Vail-m jighuni lor Judge illie Lewis occupied the chai.,
T Tl t f ' . . - . ......) ...At... ... .. rl . U . . u V.illl 'I .
Parmit me further to 9'iv. for the fact outrht tn -as tb-y see his name announced in
bo kowa and ia worthy of emulation, that the W throu-hout the District. j,i0 dte
puople re indobtJ to Messrs. B. F. JIcGehee, -p S"1 10 a"n?un Hon A. 0.
r-i i.j i t r, i i. x. r' UIlUl.SO a candidate for CuniTTe-.
Tilmnn Arledgo. and A. K. David for the from th0 Cth District of Tennseu. JEleS'n
henotit3 they will thus obtain. These gentle- first Thursday in August next. mviiC-M
Kr-r:Kiv;v. YU rUll,u uJ.ted bv ! )' fr; cx Congressman ii,!hsiv
' our,on protect aun.t tne ; couulcd .iei.fett obtfdicce 10.
men h.id bovnrht the salt nd were immediate- , B5u. We are authorized to announce L. J
lv oST.-r.jd a profit on it whiel. would have i pUrKKK. ns a ci.ndidate to . represent the
amoo.u.d to Sl.HK.. and, indeed, a sale of the ; !nt ffs8lal ?13lritt p' Tr.,ieste.,
u ... . . (Jlemphw District, in tne i.ext Co.-,fet'erata
salt at the nre n! nrice' in this town nr.. n i t, ' ' . '" rate
nre tit nripe
... r i . .
BJ'i- W'e aro author z d :o jr-f..,-. tt
upon ihcse ger.-tlem.-n being ar-sured that a jliiOMAS MENNEfc-j a'- a Cimiidatt; for re-
f.'W of tiiip rty -i.i li'wn mutin r hti i-urnM uf. I election to Contfrfcss tiO::i hj E'rl-tli iV.k
c,ia;i"" i-iOc.uautK.1., i llie h and iho conatitutioual uuttu-r t- ,f nnnn fj,aiKi(. ' .inal Strict. 'i,Gtdn&
.:io.e:iiii m:tftiijju u.v in T.ne i-vai ltia, DUt rennunco 10 anv :uuMUj,i .u c.w,o - rin;,J . f, i.,.. ... JBW v e are autbcntoU t-i an loiuce H-.n t
-t.Uv wihtc w.ir c'oe.-i
susi.'ensiuu oft! i' srl d liiiboa.i t'jfpu.?,
denounce the banishment of Vullandig'
ham, and call on the President for hia
restoration ; will hail with delight a
desire th Receded Stated to return
.o thiiir ailejianci.', and will co-operate
with them to rest' r; peace, and favor
tho I'rcedom of speoeh, cf the jiress
and t!io. riht of trial.
A O 'iumluis special of the UtL, to
the Xew York 'orl!, savs the Iemo-
i.o. iti't, tho 1 control the bullot box.
PI... i.rnf.ii. :l. U U A S 114 ft i'u'..- i, ,.i . 1
imrs were very orderly. 1 he name nil.. . . . . b---v congressional m$.
Vtillaiidinham was frequently cheered j
on its rep. tition by the several speak
en, as was also that of Gen. .McCk llnn.
.Resolutions were adopted declaiing
the arrest and banishment ol Yalian
dighani as violence to which the Amcr
idan peoplo will not and ought not to
submit; that the remedy is in the bal
lot box, at ihi comnin election, when
the State authority will bo restored V
the hands of the Democratic party;
ilott ii is our fi m belief that the d.;o
rcr of the authorities at Washington is i:i ne:iv7 P' tho talent ot the
this salt over to the acent. ot this association
at cost, ir.M the salt will be old at co3t.
Such i.eu ouht to be examples for others.
They are certainly worthy of imitation.
Ve:y truly, A. y COL YAK.
JgQOur town is till up with im
portant personages, most .f whoia, we
presume, are bore to at'.end the Con
vention. It would be a task to find out
the names of all. Bui we may s-iv that
wy of Ohio bold one ot the. largest y military aggression to provldo ai. Confedoraey is at pre -en t ii our t.-wti.
and iuot iithuiia0tic mi'OtinjrH ever
held in the Slate, nominating Yallan
digham for Governor, and Senator Pugh
:r Lieut. Governor. Pott T (ienoune
ed li'.irnsido'fi arrest of Vallandigham,
I. -1 a lou.tniuec ol twenty was np-
apohgt for further invasion of ou'1 lit
crrtes; that it is only to the baliot-bix
that wo can look lor permanunt relief.
A letter trom lion. Fernando Wood
was read, closing as follows :
I heartily sympathize with the
friends ot liberty every vhcre,'in their
;:t' i lo w'Mit en the President an'' etlorts to sustain the institution ot tree
-'-!l-i ft V . -Hif or ,:ln. "'r"""1"1'
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. , , , , ,. . n win mu uvo ji u u- Liiao in ;.u
O.'Ue'l " .UTIV Ol IMC t o- . .
: i vi.
1 lit.. s'-iy :
?n..,i thy Sw;tt!
a (iesn-'rato I'-
W'e are glad to see thai arrangements
have been made for tho. entertainment
of idl who may come.
&7 I! end tie advertisement of Enochs,
IIuntoL Co. They have as fine an article of
tobneeo as lovers, of the plant can find.
perpetrate such outrages as the
arrest and banihment of Mr. "Vallan
digham, do so as necessary war tnca
u res Let us, therelore, strike at the
1 str-ctMo of Ho kprsi'-''u:iJ dK-Uiivf.jrpcMcand ct,jain;t
j the rar. cry truly,
r'-'' t i rm nan do Wood.
Tne Governor oi Ithno:-', !:as issued, . ,
i i I
ip:-: e!;:m:it.o, pro O-.-Mg trie l.'-'g'.s n ca ArlJ-ooa f Tr;0 'dl lovers of tho plain and ornamental.
Jsriffaae. I .TaueM-tf.
t'-i.'iltif ill' (li)ll I'M 1 1 1 t - . .
trl,i', o.linue the T I TA2EN UP,
i.'.v.of., but liiML.ig themselves pwor- j pELtow.SoLDIKKS :vith ineere regret 1 coin county, and confined iVj'uYin Frank I in
Iv'i, outered a ;.i'Of.e-:.t upon the record, perfenn this mv lat oliieial i;Ct. us command I count v, Tenne.-MV. a ne r bo'v, who sav liij
Wo are authorized to announc Hon
DAVID M. CUIKIN m a candidate for re
election from the Klercntn t'ongressicnil Dlj.
tr'ct- ' U'Ctde.
BlTOtTAC STAk.VEs' C.WALP.T )
Mny, 18C3. "j
J BulU'ii: Yielding to the persuasion
of mv friends, I authorifo you to announce
my name us a candidate forasu! in the lower
brunch of the next Gercral Assi-mblv of the
Siaie f Tennessee.
myi'-tey JOHN M. DO N'AI.TSOX.
The friends of J AS. K SHOOK l ed author
izi'd to ar.neunee his name as a canrlidalo to
represent Frunlflia county in tho lower lranch
of the next Legislature. " mvlO-td
HAO.r-! RAGS! KAGS!
"W'E .WANT AS MANY RAGS AS WE
can gt-ti and will p.y the highest narket price
for them. Let every one who r'ads this si.i,d
us rt-hat he or she may have. Unless we can
get ran we can ;et no paper.
I'ona tv'tne IjiUietm all the cotton ras vou
!. ft tie' hull
i !i De
TlTF. SIT 1'Sl ' j.' T U I" 1? Ifoonn rATlcldnll-.. , r,
hnn.l maav articles ,,f prime neee.ity for 'V,, A liberal bonns will be paid anyone
Confederal c-n.-umurs amont whi h mav ?ho "V t,,k lhe troubI .K ? W
be found a very superior artich; nf
liio and Java Colleo
a Ppienuut article, ot t. j NOTICE is hereby given, for all person s
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, indebted t the estate of E. II. Hard, dee d.
And other articles that will be armrerint.l i... ! .o come forward at once, and settle their in-
.. . .... I' j i j .1....J ...i .ii i
ueeieuuvss, iinu aji persons Having c ani;.;
against ine same musi pr- sent, tliem r.y tne I .
let. f'je cents per pound given, if d..dhyr..-u
m Winc'e iter. . apr8 t:'.
day of September, or be forowr debarred, np I
wish to wind un the business of said Mate.
MayAi-dlm A. 1. DUNCAN.
(''hnnr for ids
u ,suv pa
i or el th is Unmade, llavnii'- b,j n nromoti u
i the runic ol' AJuior (ienKml. hhi! ;i..ot.u.,s
ti m and uncoiiM-itutioiial act, and in- the command of a division in an .t'aer. corp.
formaliv loll th. ir caU, not reco-rui-!lt 1"'," nectary for u:c t i Mtke. leave of
aig a ij"'.H'n:neiit.
v .tilan .r,rn.ua
rural (lisu'ict-i is uverwnelmia
is as good a:i e'ie.'ced Governor.
A cui-rc: pi'to!et.l of the Cincinnati
Commerei.il d. !'...! a eoinmunicatioti
' In rear of Yick.-burg June 7th," and
a)-fi : " I see by the papers of the lilith
fnal there iiai been a premature ex-
lo.sion ot patriotic enthnia'-iu through
out the North over Uu ia'd of Vics.s-
A USEFUL RTTOP l
:T THE SHOP . f the undersigned, vunr
'.TI-i f.T. .1., . t rr . 1 - ., . . , . . . ,. .
none ii aw uv.xt. ana mat, neioi.jjs lo I'armony nurea. m tne : a l;i;,triet ot t r.i--
W' m. tjra'-ior. i f C'htruki-e ructy. Ala. lin county, will be filttd promptly ad or.un
Snifl linv is 1 I'U-V nnfl tl f'lt Vii .h 'l'ticr.i ir. fr Wii nn nr !!n .-t- i, 'ii-.. T'l ,.., Ci.m.Ll- n.i
also two other bovs one a brother of the above 'abiret work, (suoli as tine and i.rdinarv ('of- X-
. I . . U .. . ( '1- . ti .. .. 4 ' . 1. I ' . 1. ... . , . , !
i.aeu ir:u m same uiaeu. i ne owner is w;n am uoarus. vc. ) ana Miaera anv W"(
I fed that I am indebted! for this new Ivuior j req .ti'd to come forward, prove property, vork. Cheap for cash is my motto. (ie
more to tho conduct of iuv noble brigade than uuv charges, and tak . them our of bu
v a'.-v me.rit of mv own. Y have alwav f icl-t-tf .1. W. CUJS''ER. fchoriff.
been prompt and e'neerl'ul in obiyini; ordin.
you have . uViuutted without a murmur to harc-
.op- Ktid privatiiTi.s. you nave iibstJtiiu-d fr.i 1
that licet. tu:t:-ness that has rendered some por
dons of our army oppressive and odious to
tho citi'"-ns of our country, and you haveal
v..i.ys met our common enemy with u su; -pushed
gallantry. Your pra'nes i.re upon the
t -n'.'.es of all nvm, and I have cherished a
teeliuf;of u-tt prido a.s t'.iv toaitr.ander of so
FORLM FILLY, AM) i'Jo FO Ti TJIE
nv".ie that stole li.-r. l;e is a iiUio drvn in
J I. HE A YEP.
IIOESE TOE SALE.
A FIXE, o y ar old Ray Horr-c. in gocd
boii v ,,,r
I trust my permanent jueeesor in the coni
j mand may b.- the man whom I know to bo
I your eh -ice Ho is in evrv wav worth v ai.d
Cincinnati hj.s been- di csscd in ! -:om;.ei.nt. and will b? fortunate indeed ii'
delight: and L'Htis lias hern on a I yourselves new laurels and rcn.vvn
. ... .. . I 1 L IS .-VTli.tt Vl,r,a fVO m, r.-,n.,w ,.
.O 1.0.11, .1H(.I1 Iu..O SC I i ,,,. I,.., c i i . .i1.. .... , .
" " uui mai tnocnancriw seen
caj itui.lf on i l.'ondson. ine . i .roun wiu..n we are passing may soon brin ;
.. i ol ), r .;vi ,,.;,), : i:1'v'" !1,l- are realized, lor 1 t.-el well ass-ur-d
icago nas been und 'Mtb,rmr f,.tun eooduet will win for him and
Yankco.atfo; i-. prov.irbl.t'.lv fast. i,.i;d : "3 "?fUi 'v'J otncittl fS- Nothir,;
1 - ." - wouid grau.y rr.e more th'tn such turn of
by the iiiI ol ser.Hation d.roat.ch-s, :s ! ovenU, a;:d I w-uld Lin bulb: vc Lat it would
OAHi'.y kont ti little abend of' the 1?.X YT y("1' Sho', f tM,: hoP9 b"
J . . r , Sued. I oaa only v-e up-.n yc-u to continue t
ti r.ny tie.r!:cu.ar 1 o hang our act' as yea ktvi d. nc. asatrin? vou that after
ui u1, at .iiiit' it 'ivi' rv I'n'n i,o n u .i rr on.
her right hip, white, mane and tail- mm,.- a ipi- mg at the ' bulletin "' Office. A cavaW
ttie,worn.t.y a ye-xc .:ae i-, ao.'Ut i u nauas Uaddie wi.l be sold with him if wanted.
I WISH TO bELL MY LAND, CON-c-itir.i;
of 1'J:.' acres, 4 miles north of Winches
ter and H from Alasor.ia. It i3 situated in a
ucod neighborhood, convei ient to churches
scb vils, with good water both for stock and
family use. There is about SOO acres blamed,
the balance in timber. Tolerable gk od build
ings on the phuVf. and in a healthy location,
all of which can be had on reasonable term;.
For furtner rarticula.s call on the subscriber,
on the premises.
-Mayl'J-Sw JOHN "W. MARTIN, Jr.
htrrn, anl ciaveunu. eo:or
June 7 ot.
"r MUSTEH EOLLS,
R-autifuliy printed and for sale at tho BU L
LET1N OFFICE. junelO
Nearly printed and for side at the UV L
LET IN OFFICE. junelo
a lev: mo," ina:er.e.-j and batibs, we must tri
u:np:i over our ftnemies ar.d receive, in the.
I smoes ar.d grat.tudc of cur countrvmen. the
G EG KOI A Chattooga County.
TWT) RUNAWAY SLAVES WERE
committed to the jail of sa d county, on the
It1) day or May, of the following description,
to-wit: One abut nineteen and the 'other
about twenty, years of ao. eacti about a fct ii
in .'hes high, of black complexion, hcth say
their names arc JOHN, and report themsi Tvp;
to belong, one to, Jimason Dean, of Rutherford
county, Tain., the other to Dr. Edward Dun
i.anoo. oi Lebanon, lenn. ine owners are
banners on the outer -.va!l of & dry
goods store in Cincinnati or elsewhere
-is an easy matter ; but to rkce thfc i grateful to tnehmrtof the patriot
. f ' , l, I and s-ldier.
same article nondant on tne iortifif'a-1 .i.,.u . v,.i .. ,. .
fV. . ', ... . , " 3;7 ; f" VOun Greeted to come forward, prove their propertv
tions-f tckhOutg.ard Wr, it there,! '' V - f "ny 8n" 'mnTxr y"!Jand pay charts, and take th.m away? or tr'v
was, cn tho d alt., demonstrated aj.ttY as the law directs. This
, W as i.ierni.-, and companions in m av o.j, ict-: v ,r pi eu(1vq
, iiTw-nlt. toolr l ,.-;:! h0 ..Mumiiilldiml fcnns. I bid vou farewell 1 l..': ,.a' i505, -Oi-b.MJlONS,
vw.j.....v-.. . i jci'; aim. Jailor
V. 1 I ... .1 . rSiirnn ". M.I'Y P CTCWIOTi i OMF.
; : j Mia, o;i) no: ncn, up ro me prosejnt, i ' J "ii"'aio.
R. A. Hatcher, A. A. G.
Tho corrc-r.onucr.t calls tho report
jf Grants victory at Yicksbnrg pro
ma'uroand says a blander has been
eomuittcd in- tho attempts to take
!Ve have no ncAva of interest from
our immediate front. -..
fir A letter front Emerson Ethridgc,
dated Wasbihibn, D. C. May 18, 1863,
is postponed publication on'account.'of
other and more important andinterep
tir. matter in tht.i isne. .
lo.In tho rocent battles at Port
Hudson, it ia Raid the black flag was
raised deflantly to the breezo by the
Confederates. Th-s was justifiable un
der tho circumstances. Let it be un
derstood that the black flag is to wave
in every battle in which, tho negroes
are made the tools of the. cowardly
Abolitionists, and let thero be no officer
in command of a blaok regiment or
company taken prisoner, unlo.-a it be
for tho pnrpose of givinc him a more
jmorVe l death by hanging Exchange.
WHERE'S YOUR HIDES ?
WILLIAM S. CEIDDLE STILL CON
tinues-. to fan Hides into Sole Leather at 2-
cents per pound, and into I'pper Leather for
40 cents per pound Small Calf skins, Sheep.
Dog, and othr skins, charged by the aizo. I
will give Spun Thread, Leather and Monev
for Tan bark within ten miles qf my lanyard,
situated near liowlins dstillerv, tw miles
north of Salem and ten miles from Winchester.
JtmelO-dUw . S. CR1DDLI
FORMS ON HAN L A 1 THE BULLETI
Off ICE. viz.- 4. 5, 6, 7, R, 9, .10, ,12. 18, I-',
17, 21. 2:. 23. 24. - ,
Also, ijorniiig Reports for Ho?t itahs llusu-r
and Pay loAe, De;rii)tive LibK Ac. b
ifully rrintd 0n goo-j paper. Other Blank.
prmrea to oraer. . fcbl7
FOR the information of cusloiners the un
dersigiu'd states his prices for carding are as
kdlows: For white, 30 cents per pound ; for
mixed 4o ceata, and he warrants it shall be
well done. Wool must be brought in good
orier. w. 31. TFT.
Upton ilills, near Winchester.
A NEW EDITION of Gilham's Manual i
with Piai.es. Oi.o large liimo voluroo cloth
cnt by mail, prepaid, for ih) l-O.
Address JAS. 3LcFHEKhON & CO..
ilay-6-dlm. Booascllers, ytlanta, Ga-
S. A. HAN'DLY, Winchester, Tenn-. and
JAMES J. PRY' OR, Atlanta, Ga., are au
thorized to receive and receipt for all claims
due Irby Morgan & Co., Nashville, Tenn.
All persms indebted to said firm will please
all and settle their indebtedness.
marJ4-tf IRBY MORGAN & C0
ARKANSAS LANDS EOR SAIJ3.
SEVERAL SKC'llONfUF ARK A.N; -A
AN US. within i. few hours ride of Mei?..- n.3,
m bet ought ver low "lor Confederate Net
"Bonds linquire ut this office. mh.-ti
OEFICER'S PAY ACCOUNT
ON HAND AND FOR BALE. AT IlUt
Daily Bulletin office.