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S U uvda y Hoi n ir.jft-rnl 2 5th The Impending: Conflict. t :.. : ihixti.t'i.K, v..?'.r.l-.?.!i:uTiu;'.:..TCf i. .. i;..!;...!;.! :;t-.'wiUy.S--ii!-'0, ui'.r b'.lu;f thut Ten ::,voi! to be tiw battle-frnvrd upon h v.-uj to be decided Hue of the iot v,t i ' Mrtariec. J) iy by d.iy this conviction -t.-V'u'tlion.'.l in '-" mind. All .'.In.r n.yve .M.. ct' h.) rneiuy cUowhore ..r" mere f -iuts, n'.!- bidi-.-d, he intend.; to w:i-te more tiuiu :md mowi in tli fruitlT-: utto'.-q.t to ivde . . . ... . . ;,,.,. t Vi . v,.. t 'V. Gibraltar of .:i., 'u':i. Wo caur.'.t Uliovttthii! Hooker in-t'.-.j'L utivtiiiir; in Yiru:niit beyond u demon . tr;iti n to a.vciv ! oar a-.Ute Generals in tfut ,lr;.!,rt::li.r.t It U a conceded fact tlu.t tho ..r:'uv f.f Viw.'.nn l.ai lecu largely re-til' :ced l,y Jq uf.'.tioi.s frocajln Array of the lV.o n;.... The Riehuond Sentinel 5aysth:.t linker h:u L' -:ti )m'.i.'1i wtkenod by desertion ud of troons ti Po-fcr:1.!, and auus, will be v, c!i ouiitiMit, nt oiher point t!ic:r own, MM :':;'iii,.''ani:y a.-?i i. i:, tliu the .'.uniy will not bo nceumo- .... i tli:Lt h is our turn to Irud rJ nvw, ana i.ding d.i''. v.-1 1 may e.vpect bo thor thinks ltdoul f . r.V'Vo, or i.u wI.lIi wo cor, I.;. : i mi.-o. N :r to lii,) r:u:Hl'iiv'-V Sentinel fur- h,t;,."t. H !,!ul . h'-tl'.ni- Hook -r ink-ads f, a: of I. oo moving, from . tl.t H'Mikcr don't intend v.'.'.i he "chr.ag-, l.n bu-o" York rivor, lor, jocosidr or. '.Tit!! 1, there i: any .!.i"'J , f ,',.'. A 1 -.:'. r.-. II Chill .!... , it is l.f) fv.nnri.-; of it' it v.-ro .hi.."rv.i ou to - ill'; n in h r'.ri. If e.ir r'ln liiroti;,'!! t!n' V tli.. ( h i r ' iiiiuiii.'iv. It II '.v rt '..Lhiilco tiiut 1Io!:t vva- join i'i tii'.re, it .NOttld t( n'l irold i j 1, . -l i1! ti.n fVrin.v 1 tiui.k-; it will le bv a v-:; MUto, i."., by rr -s ; c-C t':.. j' vj r.ilni'itli, ifid innn uii;'; rpvn I'.t.-.vll lr.-cii, in Cr. 'lino ccun'.y, w'n ro lu: cald :vi bi.idin '(!"' ilo-ol.--r . . iivta'il- I'u? 'v-': ).,. ,.J ir: vt to '.Vi..t.:li !' Various Items Tho Mobile AdvovtHcr. publishes aj roto from Judge & S. Daran, atatmg that Lo will uot be a candidate lor re clfction. Tho Georgia Losislatnro has pasaod ;i Lill to waUopenaltho buying, selling, circulating, or receiving any note, bill or draft of tho United States. similar law ought to bo paused in every State. Tho West Point, Ga., Sentinel, says : It would be a Teat convenience to th? peoplo or Alabama, u huhio oi uui Montgomery exclianos would obtain a list of all shiuplastcrs issued by authority of law, and publish it. Tho list will not bo lotig, as there aro no shinplastcrs issued by authori- tv of law. Tho only chaugo bills cur rent iu Alabama aro thoao issaed by tho State. All others aro illegal, and their circulation is forbidden undar a heavy penalty. Mont. Advertiser. A soldier just returned from the war?, iu Tallapoosa county, suggests tu the Datiovillo Banner that Alabama pass a Stattito of limitation against tho early administration on soldiers' ostatea. Jits estate, ho says, has been administered on, and most of his clf'-'cts squandered, and ho not only "still lives" but has been kicking yet neither brings his property back and a man without property these days, is much vor.-e than a man without a vil Ti-o Mobile Advertiser pays : A terrible epidemic provails among YaiiMM! steamers ; whether transports, .'iinboats. or iron turrcted monsters, 11 r T . no'i" are iree ii'nm h. ai cunuiioucvj.- with violent eructations-, followed by an iir'anitnatorv , The Riot in Eicbmond, ThS Norther papers aro trying to make ft good deal of capital out of the reported hread riot in Richmond. We nover published any thing about it ouruelf, becauso wo felt averse to giving prominence to an ulTuir that niight mislead tho credulous. But wo now stato that tho bread riot wai only a mob of Dutch and Irish Woraon, something nnur one hundred strong, ind they went into stealiug boots, shoes, etc., aqd richly deserved severe punish ment. Doubtless they were put up to the de monstration by Unionists. Their conduct is no evideuco that wo aro starving. "We men tion this to satisfy our own j eopl", not that wo care what the Yankees believe about it- iSf Hon. John J. Crittenden U announced ai a candidate for re-election to the Yankee Congress from the Ashland, Ky., District. rul i with the J:uj;iah:: iioel; thitlifr, and in il-'! trd : ni.-ii:..'Tvl. 'l'n" "-! tir. i'.- r to i, b-?l y eve- ; f-c".t i i ;ii n " f, ;r. W.i -t !: ir. (i.-erl. li.e:!. -.-. nder i, ii (f) !or ' in piitrr!.:;. f. ,.-t ..!": n . no.v i':vit" , i- y , T, )-i:!.::- i. n:-1 io . '. t ." i r tbo i;rav. i :-".LijL-r V ; J J c-!tr:'.r ). i" : IV d, i ::'l to W. S'. n ,i.--r..r.-, f-: : vM-.'afol 'Ii i L :iOf f b.;ing bis '.ii':i,e.:". is ooiu-.i-ntratcci : of iho iboiit"n,n (j overii- iii'Tit. All other r.'.ovi in1 nU will be nmile : -...rMlary ! this. 'l!ie c.ur;-e :'o- u t-.i!r.u!e a vt-. i-clf evid-;. and will not, 1,0 trut-r. i---:,r.( t'l- !:. '.-i.. it v .f (nir Ti mil or.r Uov- Ti.rr.-.-;t. D.-pend tna it. th" rrrr.t batJrt is ' immi:i.r,' iii T..nn(-.s-'f Tho ':trii;?c have o.ych p tnuir h-p' , at rost-nt. of t.Jvintr ui.i stage, alter which i.hc-y fink rapidly. Sometimes the siukir." condition euporrencs without the cccimvnco of inflammation. Numerous ca?:n bavo occurred on tho ! (:mboi'and, Cosaw, Mississippi and ! Ar-.iio rivcis, Ihaquemino bayou, oil : . ,i ..' i l . iPU. A',a. ' 'v- runs i',s i-ourso in a tow hours, and ! :r i! !y vroves fatal. Tho Columbia (S, ('.) Carolinian I Mims that thero is springing up aome livnirv i.i the .tatsau trade. Wo learn that or e company has determined to r. tf.u chargos for freight to our l -'ivtrt ifirtH. I ho unheard ot tY b ad T. I'f :df! i;ifi.!'n,ti In 'c nfed jiv.to ports. chars Kiri b.L.';.l br : ;. t !-,(:.. .: d. b .'i?T ;t itr-levelopffl ii.i (-v;.t ;i of :' ct .'r'".a.i'.. v lotw-oi o ti.'iin. uU'aoui;ii ti.5 turiis iit'.uk tint slr-!!."ii"!:l from bas'j. 'I'ue (iiie'v is, would 'i ; t-nnilV i'l T.M',!1. -PiiUPO i; '.-bin;.;, ard ihns doprivj ou ; i-'a-.n .i ir ( j.". . a la a of K.T;ui.:- f '.iim o a:" I.oitly )o.r!"'j ' i'.''f:-.-,::y buck bi: , ond Tul- h.1 '!'!;!. DUE BILL rOTJND. A DUE BILL, FOR SKVEEAL IIUN DKKD DOLLARS, found in the cars on the Winchester o: Alabama Railroad, two 6r three wcks since. The owner can get. it by de scribing it and paying for this advertisement. AprW-dtf. W. Y. r&TTY. rJ,anlinrlf Wautoil, SPUNTIIUKAD, LEATHER OR MON- ev, given in exchange for tanbark'by apris-iivvcl v. ft. uramJLE, Salem, Tenn. c of u00 iu gohl per ton forship' l'U'tits from Kassau, was causing im portations to bo seriously checked Tho iirciciit rato is $300 in gold ai Hassan, or 500 in gold at Charleston wh'di is Si 00 in gold for insuraneo At the iivsont rates of exchange, the r;'j.,t p-r ton is 31S00 at Nassau, or SoColO at Charleston. Whilo this stato of li.iiigs lafll?, r.o wonder the price o quoits continue. no high. :i:;ys the ilobilo Tribuno: Dr. Pey Ion has presented us with a few berries which be terms the Southern cranuer r'.oM. Thor i; row on a small, low bush he saw, and aro found in abundanco il , 1 ''"vr-i.wV.iL sw:unn. n.hont f0 miles m a.M,: ..sc. ... nun..., joo, , ).i.f.;.,. thft Amhilfi and Oh 0 t;, ! ,r"I'fr'-''"' ,,l '.Kailroad. They luvo a fine ' flavor, 1V!!1,,-V"0' -v,,t 'v" v;-"M "ot Wll,u; ,? "'J "'" erLua!, if not superior, to tho Northern ' iif--'( v'!;,-'v- ' f : - l;) -"-i T,,,'n- ;ranbcrries, and have not so much of y ' 'i '" -av.t:-r, hi. i'o:.i',!'y write kda Vit At1Arn hivi. They would probably make most ex collont pies or tarts, and, no doubt, if t hey were gathered properly in quan l.itii's' for family uso. a largo quantity Rac:.;. -it as j.or.ilur'y zr.iWyn;: u w- to ! couid bo disposed of in this city for t o tho alucri'y with wh.eli oar r,-q .o,t fcr j that pili'pOSO. 't.:: h'..i u-ei oorioi: '.l v. iMv W have r.- A gold speculator at New York, who vi red o-.a.-r oia' '!a, :-.'.nd u:'L in t .be- Lot J ju lU y".,i in and out at the right time -.:C"., bat riint as io-.my more as wc an i;' .-t. j'during the day, when the "yellow - fever " raged most fiercoly, and thero 4. ri-porU me now i.viv.d n Auii.4.i, were tho greatest fluctuations in gold, C.-..-.;ia, at twenty-five c:.".ts each- tUe pro- mad" a net profit of $100,000 in about .ei-ds" to bf hand, 1 ovor to t!;e Auu.-i.i 1'nr-ltwO hotirs. vryin,- Ab,ociution, fr tho Lenulit ef the c.ty j Tj,e -$Qvr York Court of Appeal has poor, u.i.-i is a t;oo.i ue;,. lordcrcd tho discharco of Mary Uar- t'ir, the boautuul murderess ot her husband at Albany, Now York, a few years sinco. Ciie of tho worst signs of the times is tho patronage bestowed on thcatros, and ot.hor amusments, and tho large fortunes which are being accumulated by ppftsulators, government agents, Iii5- Extortion is high prices extracted from the poor far the neces-uries of life, without proportionate cp3t in tho production. An Incident of the Battle of Fredericksburg. The Lexington (Va.) Gazetto gives tho following extract from a lottrr written by an officer to a citizen cf that town. It relates an amusing in r.ident. which the officer say, "unlike most "ood things ot the kird, is true: On Monday succeeding the battle ol Fredericksburg, tho Yankees asked for and obtained a Hag of truce, to col ect and carry off their dead. As soon as it was understood that this was the case, thero was a cessation of tho pre vious incessant tiring between the skirmishers on both sides. Soon the men f both parties "began to lay down their arms and walk out into tho neu tral ground between and talk and swap newspapers, tobacco, cot'ee, tvc. I hen the lines grew more confused and mix ed, till at last there was no popjiration between tho advanced lines ol both larties. 'tf About this time, one of our fellows, i.i i . ... . i a rou"h, wiiiiiooiung f .eeimen, wuu his toes out of his shoes, his bushy hair protruding from the topless crown of his hat, ragged pants and no coat, with a dingy chocolate tint pervading his whole person was ranging around 'enerahv, with nothing to give, out ready to accept anything, from a news- miner to an overcoat. 1 resently no nspicd a bran new Belgian musket ly inir abandoned ou the ground. This was precisely tho thing our Confede rate Adonis wanted to complete his equipment and costume ; so ho pi'-ks . ,vt r t l 1 .. .. i. it up and starts on tor ms noes, jit then ho is spiod by a Yankee .Major on horseback a fellow got up in wo highest stylo oi military tailoring, with new coat and trappings, and above all a superb pair of patont leather top boots. Ho rides up quickly aud calls out rather sharply AJi 'X JElATIOiX. T HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANDonen.. ed for sale, in one of Mr. Crano'B offices, three doors above A. fa. Cclver's oCice, a small lot pool aud iElax Thread. Tins, JSoedles, Fine Combs, Tuck Combs, a few Holts Osnaburjrs, and a splendid article of VIRGINIA CHEW- I.U AiN'D S.UOIvIMtt TOBACCO, which I will sell on rcasonablo profit for cash. apr.jy-dll. JAilhS ii A KKIS. NEW AEEIVAL. In the house formerly occupied by Wiley 5. Enihry & Co. The undersigned have just opened and ca band a fine assortment of Goods, among which may be named tho following! HAItlUVAItC. noes, Stock Locks, Padlucks, Buggy Whipj, Fishing Tackle. iiKOCFKIES. CclTuc. Sugars, Kico, Soda. Black Pepper, Tobacvo, all kinds cf fire Cigars. Candies, ('.ikes, &C. I) It Y GOODS. Dress Gooes, Calicoes, De I.ainc, Traveling Goods, Linen Hakfs., Silk Hdkfs., Black Silk Ties, Half HoseHose and Ladies' Ginr.tleU, fine Sewing Thread, iVwtnit Silks, a'd k'l.d and culors ; Sewing Twist. Hooyi Skim, LUu, Caps, Shoe.-. , s o, Dye Staif,, Epsom halts. Enghsh Mackin?, i. oiitei.n:ta Jo. ji aso.n s no. Mne Hriifht-s, H'.ur Hrusbos, a ti ni let of CoKibs, Tolh Br.i:-he., Toil, t ?oitji, Xivler Siiot, CnpK, Shoo .strings, Spring and Summer Hats. and a variety ol other articles, all on small ad runes for cub.. Give, us a call. lm ai.i RCSSEY & RHODES. "Put down that musket, sir! ou can't have that." Our Hrummell gives him an edge wiso glance of incredulity, aud making no reply, pursues the even tenor ot his way. 1' retted mat nis appearance, and authority should not have produc ed more effect upon such a looking tellow, tho Yanked rides up close to him and calls, out very curtly and sternly ''Don't you know, sir, that you can't come within our linos and carry off guns under a flag of truce '( Put it down, sir, and go back to your rcgi- rncnt." Mercury looks up at him kindly and inquiringly, as if to be satisfied that ho is in earnest, and snaking ms neaa at him, but without even slackening his pace, or weakening his hold of tho "Never mind, sir! ill shoot you to-morrow, and get them boots." Do you. think it will make much difference "with that fellow whether the government gives him shoes or not? 8ir( liKWAJil). STOLEN OUT OE MY STABLE. ON the llt. a (lark b;iy horse, lf hands high, ) welve years old, black legs, mane and tad; nntne heavy but i.ot long, with a fw whits bairs in- it Tail long and heavy; hip cup kn," kerf off on tho odf s-ide, and a small white sniit fn tho same hip. IUs a fdar on his face. I will give $7fj for the horse, or $lc0 for thief and horse both. A. B LrTTERVrOl;TII. Wiuelifster, April 1G, lNUJ.-dtf rvOTicE. WnUREAS. LETTERS OF ADMINRV t ration upon the i-siaiA of Allen Johnston. lute of t milium county, lennessee, tiave ceen granted to the subscriber, all persons indebted in !hf sud estate are. requested to make imme diate payment, aid those having claims or de mamls against the fame, will mako known the same v.-ithuut dlay to V. E. EORMAN, Ag't for Josephin .Tobtston, Administratrix. apr.H-lOd IVOTIC'13. OK TUtKDAY 28tbOF APRIL (Inst.1) at the. residence of Allen Johnston, deceased, will be offered at public sale for caish, or on a credit of twelve months if the purchaser wishes, (except all sums of jlOor less -wliicti will be cash) all the horsi-s, cattle, nogs, farm ing utensils, household and kitchen furniture, &c, belonging to the estate of said Allen Johnston, deceased. Those purchasing on a credit must give notes with approved security. Jr . E. UREM AJN, Ag't for Josephine Johnston, Administratrix. anrli-uld 6u:A pniuiinei.t nu.v.d fifiicrr nt 'Y:isbini to! City, oif-r'.d la bet So.tiOV on Uiei'.lh inst., that Charlut.ri wf.s then '.a possession of tin Yankcei. Eortunutely for hiui he couid and i.o one to take the bet. JG&-The. .Charleston Coivrinr says Tc have infonnation which uutboriiios and others, while the salaries of minis us to believe that Capt. Win. H. Clad ding is, or was lately in rigorous cus tody at Port, Royal with a ball and chain, and ehargod as a' epy. Have wo any cartel orany stipulations which the Yankees can be made to respect. tcrs of tho gospel aro increased but little, if any. Jlay it not be eaid of us that we are a people who draw nigh to God with oar lips, but lorget mm and his servants m oar Jiearts f Support jour town piper. PETITION TO RESIGN. Thos. H. Woods, Guardian, &c. vs. John P Kenerly and wife, et als. IT APPEARING TO THE COURT that J. K. Bennett and Mary E. Turner are non-residents of the State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served them, it is ordered that publication be made in the Winchester .Daily Jsullctin, a newspaper published in Winchester, Tennessee, for four consecutive weeks, requiring saia non-resi dents to bo before the Countv Court at Win chester, Tennessee, on tho firBt Monday in May next, to answer to tho petition, or the same wilt bo taken for confessed and let for herine, ex parte, as to them. JOHN G. ENOCHS, ! April 2Mw. Clerk. Tobacco Sior?. M G, OSBORNE has constantly on hands extra assortment of tobacco of different gradw very lino cigars, pines, &c-, to which he in vites the attention of tho public. Store at tki old stand of Noah Crane, Winchester. mar20 dim. T NOTICE. S. A. IIANDLY, Winchester. Tenn., oi JAMES J. .I'RYOR, Atlanta, Ga., e au thorized hi receive and receipt for all cia duo Irby Morgan & Co., Nashville, Tenn. All persons indebted to said llrm will pie" call and settle their indebtedness. mar21-lf IRBY MORGAN & CO. SuPRiN'rK'riENTsOmci:, N. & C. K- R Chattanooga, March 19, Wanted , 1IACHINESTS, CARPENTERS nd L borers. Liberal wages will be paid. App7 to E. W. COLE, Sup'U mar2t3-Im. ARKANSAS LANDS FOR SALE- SEVERAL SECTIONS OF ARKANSAS LANDS, within a few hours ride of 'UpnFh,,; can be bought very low for Confederate Notes or Bonds. Enquire ftt this office. iflhU" Splendid Chewing Toljaoco. TO BE HAD AT DANIEL BR L TON'S Stra in Wmehter. Nor. 2& tf. ''I TO BE HAD AT DANIEL IBRAZEt4 1. ' WArm ri.. -vw " .in ,) i. -5k of hi, ha:r in Dee,mh,r la.t TON S "ro In Winchr. , - - - I . !