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T IT "THK WILL OF 'A PEOPLE 1CESOLVKD TO HE I'ltEE M LITTLE LESS THAN OAIN lPOTENT" ' WINCHESTER, TENN.. MAY 1,1803 ' VOL. 1. NO. 1:m BULLETIN iJAJL 1 W. J. SIjATTKU, Proprietor. ioral counties in Georgia, and convers eel with planters and other from all parts of tho Slate, writes the Courier from .Macon, Ga., as follows: From personal knowledge, and in 1'ormntion from others tlio coming wlmat harvest, should no accident he Li'd it, will be such an one as tin: old est inhabitant has mo'er soon. The whole Statu is literally orio great, wheat field. Tho severe cold of Inst winter has destroyed tho Fly' ar.d all other insects. -Nothing can now damage it except 'rust but as we have had a dry spring no danger from that is a p. prohended. Unless there is an entire failure in all tho other States, wheat will ball ben? before the first elay of Terms : . Notice to Subscriber. When you find before your name on your paper, jilwt.su jttev your subscription, 8S it iz a notice that the time for which it lias boon paid will expire in a few Jays. TftL A venj Ihiutnl space, in the Daily Bul letin will bo allowed lor advertisements. Terms, $1 rD for ouch square, 1st insertion Toots for each subsequent insertion. Ar'.lch's of much length, intended for publi cation, mvst bo handed in in the forenoon to insure publication next (lav. Obituaries, Tribute.; of Keswt. and Funeral July for less than one dollar per bush. Invitation." charged as advertisements, bat. mar- riages and deaths published us news . Advertisement; of charitable institutions at Another friend in .Noxubee county, 1:'df price. Miss., writes : Vi "' , p . ' Notwithstanding tho season hero lag Sllil keal. has been rather unpropitious, we have These two matters, wo hope, are in tine stands of corn, which w are now a tair way of being settled. The Sen- working. Tho wheat crop is execvl. nto Committee has reported a bill to ingly fine, and promises an abundant determine that tho Confederate Flag and overflowing yield. It is now shall be a whito field, with tho well heading out, and' it "is altogether too known battlo flag for an "union" in late lor ru-t. The oat an 1 rve erons its upper corner noxt tho staff, and a are also remarkably good. Littlo or AS.SOC1.VTKD lUtKSS DISI'ATCHES. blue bar running horizontally through tho white field, and occupying one third of the wholo width. In other words, the flag is' to bo white, hltio and white, instead of red, white and red; and instead of the too Yankee no attention is being paid to King Cotton in this section. ZVf letter from .Murfrcesbore. Term., to tho St. Louis Republican says: JACKSON, April 29. Dispatches from Grenada of the -0th say ail is quiet at Memphis, four gunboat; have just pawed (rand Gulf. One gunboat is be low, f helling Ulh ways. Heavy tiring beard acre distinctly. Thu enemy, last evening, burned Union Church, on the Natchez and Hazlehurst road. Capt. Lovelar.d, with two hundred of "Wirt Adams' cavalry, skirmished f 'no hours. Yankee, forco not. ascertained, but have four pieces of artillery; are probably making towards Natchez. Pa "sengers who lelt New Orleans on Thurs day, say the police regulations arc stringent. ColIi'O bouses are closed at. dark. Citizens are not ; llowed out after nine. Yankee ".facers are drilling and arming the negroes from the coast. I'anks has taken Alexandria. The Ap peal say3 (Jun. Sml'h, commanding at. La Grange, states he will unite tho forces at La Grange-, Jackson. Tenu., lkdivar and Corinth, and advance 20 Ojiu men on M ridu n and -Mobil", necessitating the evacuation of Yicks burg. .T.aCKSON, April 29. A special to Ok 'Appeal says, all is quief along the entire route from Memphis t La fayetf No Yankees south of their usual line. No indications of nn ndvanoo. Northern pipers aro full of bloody accounts of tyranny and anarchy The Chicago Times uv3 the Democrats ear- i i . . . i . .... , like "union," with its firmament ot i "The flares continue to nr nr in from ; , ' lU" , . - , , stars, it is to lift on high our blood- the adjacent countrv. Tho men slaves Memph., d.Ucs cf the 21st roport Vurrcn. hantised. vietorv-erowned regimental have been in. or off. om ti.on .lrrf I ton in possession of the Federals. Such move- , - o - - ' battle-tlafic, burning li.ve a star. ar.d n-nv come the women and children, m"nt'; respondcnU to believe Crant As lor t.no colors oi tne H'mu, we aro me aget ami unirm. A negro camp told that the snow-white is to typify has been established, and is fast tilling our extreme purity and innocence ; the up. From one farm of a man by the true blue our strength and the nobility the name, ciMamcs Kimx, thirty-nine of our blue blood, magr arul ; in all negroes ran an ay, and came into .Mar which wo pay ourselves a very hand- fivohboro', during ono night. The some and appropriate compliment. I farm is seven miles from here. The This flag, however, has yet to be ap- blacks came in with all 1 1 1 m r plunder, proved by the House ; and it is said ( Tht-y had takm their master's teams, that t hoy will expunge the. bar of blue, , three largo wagons, each drawn by leaving a pure white field with a red i three yoke of cattle. They also rede border. In any case tho present hat-j in some mules and young horses In! tie-flag is to be retained as the "Union, j tact, cteaiiel tlm place oi hve stor x. Tho design for tho Seal is adopted : Tho wagons wore piied Idh with their by tho House, and will probably be j bod's and bundle?, of whitish cotton passed in the Senate. It represents j cloth, and on top were literal'" cover George Washington on horseback, as ! eel with little and old negroes. The ho appears on the monument in Cap- j teams were turned over to the Ohid' itol Square: in the background a land- j Quartermaster, ami tho p ..nplc pent scape, with what seems to bo a planter's j out to the, camp, there to bo detailed house. Around all this tuns a wreath, to hospital work, cooking, t1 on the umdo up of ccrn-stalks, sugar-canes, ; fortifications, and the like." tobacco loaves, etc.; tho wholo very i -- tasteful and elegant. Wo are aware J , J'A' V().:r. Lord ! bless and that the Yankee nation will dispute preserve that dear person whom Thou our title to display the figure of Wash- Klst c10i!m to be my husband ; lot his ington as our emblem, on the ground i;0 JV .long and blessod, comfortable that our Washington was a thorough-: :in, )0y :".m, p., mo a!sr heeomo a brod Yankee, and that Virginians aro p-Cat blessing and comfort, unto him, 1 I 1 .IT a sharer in all I.i.j sorrows, a moot uclp cr in all the accidents .in 1 change in the world ; m.iko mo amiable forever v 1 1 1 cai'ture Yicksburn in a few davs. A special to tlio Cincinnati Gazette from Mem phi?, states that seven gunboat.;, one rum and three transport? (started ou Thursday, all well till halfway down, when the cliffs were illuminated, and the Forest Queen returned. The Henry Clay was compelled to stop, ru eciving hots below her water line. The Forest (Jneun had her steam drum thot away. Throe gunboats are below, including 1'arragut's. The number of sick arriving at Cincinnati frora Tennessee is inereasiiig ho6pi'al3 full. Uurri-ddes' advanei! guard has reached Cumberland Gup, intending to penetrate into Tennessee. It is now definitely known that Marshal!, llreckinridge and I'eram have fallen back to KnowiHe, wheri Stonewall Ju:kson is in command. The lVr-da has arrived frciu Europe. The London I'ost say? it' ihe biojkiKla is the only efficient means the North has of carrying on the war an. I maintaining its power, we may consider how long fiicli a war will continue. Capt. A. S. Baker, the Confederate officer sent to bring an iron-clad from England, has been sentenced to Fort Fafayette. Gen. Foster's escape was miraculous. The boal wa.5 seiy.cd and the pilot killed. Foster will return with ridiifoiveinents. .MOBILE, April CD. Otlicial information ha been rmauved that iao sevip-of war l'reble was burned on tho 2Sth are no longer the countrymen ot tne hero. But this ethnographical theory is not generally adopted by tho learn ed of the Confederacy. 1 he design ot in Ids eyes. Unite his heart to me the Seal has been drawn by M. Labar- jn tho dearest, love and holiness, and re, ot Kichmond. Jf'it bo well cot, tho . VlUt; to bim in all sweetness, charity i"11' iv.ac.l:4. is a tot.d loss, togeth. r impression will be a highly creditable an( compiianco. Keep mo from all id'i her armament, signet to aflix to our first treaty so ungentloness, diseont'jntcdiicss: and JACKSON, April ::o. soonaswo shall have Foreign liela- unrea.sonablcnciiS of passion and humor; Sis gunboats, with two traimp-ru la-!.ed to tions. Richmond 1-Jnqmrcr. i.rul make mo humblo and obedient, j tbem, passed Grand Gulf lat wight at 9 o'clock. : useful and obsorvant that we may The enemy are on the Louisiana shore below. Crop Puosrixrs. The .'Charleston delight in ta-oh other according to 1 by 'Courier of the 23d says : . blessed Word, and Uoth cf us may re- The information wo have, through j'jmo in Thee, having our portion in letters and persons of observation, from tn love and service ot .od tor ever.--Abbeville, Edgciield and Uarnwell Anion. Districts, give very encourrging pros- ; 7 ' poets for the growing wheat, and tho icyapcrx in Inc. J;v.y.-It is a stand of much corn is good for the , noteworthy iacf that, whuo tno ianueo season. A letter from Abbovillo Lis- Govornuumt .3 laboring to restrict the trict dated tho 2 1st inst., savs:"I circulation of nowsnapm-s in tho army, trust there will be 75,000 to 1U(,0'J1 thus giving in- o,v or. y: a 1 us un bus' trict img." .i ...... . .i' ' 1 41 -i The train whbdi left this morning for Ham The, editor et the Atlanta common- ; V-H l 'limm crossing, the usual stopping place, onlv wealth has recently viMieei .naens, Ga., and reports as follows: The Government of a tyrant fears Tha wheat fields along tho lines of! tho etloaof iree discusion, upon h.s the. Georgia Railroad via Uniofi Point army j and tres, by suppressing some to Athens appear to bo in a healthy : iiewspapers, ami intemating tho en and most -Vmisin- condWion. as to : elation ot others, to remove his poI color and stato of growth, and that tho : mors from an inhuence whico i.as Prospect is flattering for an' abundant ! always boon doemea fatal to the cause yield I of tyranny. LclioM tho contrast ! A friend who has been through sov-' Lynchburg Virnlnian. . Col. Wirt Adams has met a Yankee cavalry raid near FayeM.eville and driven thr-iu back t .ward.s hrookhaven. The enemy reported in b'ree at Ilroukhaven at 7 p. m. on the 20th. One hundred mounted men, wll armed, left N-' hez on the 2?Hh to join Col. Adam, who, with a regiment and two mounted pieces, is marching to intercept the enemy's movements towards l'aton Houge. lllCIIMOND, April 23. Information wa3 received to-day that the bannock near Fred- 5hcls wheat for sale, from this Lis- constitutional ;yar upon the hbertv of Vffli;PK;rw,Jlh8 ,, . a, ;t. In Edgefield it is equally promi- the prc,s, tee ( .onoress of tbo Co do-, f,i.:,.1.,jU,. g." ir-e States luM.tmctcdtutt now,- Tli0 ,vhHl kft th5, fie editor of the Atlanta Common- papers sfall bo Bent through the mails, went as far as Gaines' ftatioii, and returned this afternoon at tho usual hour. Passengers report skirmishing this afternoon. KICHMOND, April 2'J. The Senate passed, with amendment, House bill authorizing surgeons of hospitals to grant furloughs. The House bill increasing the pay of soldiers wttj discussed, and postponed in. til to-morrow. The House agreed to the Senate nmcr.dinent.. pre.'.cribhig tiie initio aiul real. The House bill to jr.vide for h.d ,;.eg t. election for members ol Corgrci.: in T.-ni.i- . and I ouisiana was passed. Also the bill i.l d ishing all ports of delivery. JACKSON 2'Jth, r. V. M . Conununieation with Grand Gulf .'v. . lished. After six Lours and a half eomivi- 1 tiring thegunboati retired, having tired aboc,' tlire thousand shot and shell, temporarily di.--ablingono of our guns. Our loss was thrui killed and twelve wounded. Two boats apa rently injured, but the damngo niknown, The brave Col. AV. Wade, of the artilierv killed- Our men behaved like veterans, and are now workinghard In preparing for another att'V k Ten disabled gunboats, at'icr trying U",;c cossfully to pa:s up, now lie about three mil below, on the Louisiana phore. The enemy in large f ree were enraged Tues day morning at llardtimes, ou thy Lviuuuna shore, live miles above Grand Gulf. L AT Bit- 9 If), r. iU Tho New York Times 22d received. I It -coin has proclaimed Western Virginia a Stat Grant telegraphs the President that -burg is being evacuated. St. Louis dates say that it is only Known that at Iron Mountain tie? nboU appr. acb. d unexpectedly, and an etigagemenf. took pl.ee It is firmly believed in military circ!c tb i' Grant has captured Yioksburg, and the dei'.T d ers gone towards New Orleans and Tonnes.. eo. VarioiiM Kemw. We learn that Jas. Sander-, and a man named Hickman, were killed in Jackson coun ty, Ala., a few days ago by some unknown per son. The taxable property of Georgia amounts to $573, jy.)2. The State taxes are ;-l,r.00,ooV a little over percent, on the $100 value of ta.xableo will raise this amount. ' U. C. Faris has been appointed Government appraiser for Alabama under the Impresn;en' act of (.Vngress. The Southern Paptist Convention will nn-t in AuguMa, da., on Friday thewth of May At Atlanta Jl:2.T1,'i(iO of Con federate nofs were funded in bonds up to the night 0.' ie; 22d nit, " . The Lincoln steamship Marion was lost, on the 2d ult., near tho Panamas. Crew saved. The receipts of cotton at New Orleans since 1st September last, have been 8,-l'.7 bales ex ports 9,("il.'io bales Ktock on band 1,238. Prices HI! to 72 cents. The enemv have destroyed two rail roa 1 trains in Mississippi one on the Meridian road, and one on the Central road negligence somewhere. In Montgomery $8,0u0,tiijii (,f Treasury Notes wwre funded in Ponds up to the22Jnlt , and ?f,0(H.),(Jl!0 in Columbia, S. C. The agricultural interest in the West :.s .-aid. to be sutl'cring severely lrmn the war. The price of coffee, has fallen considerably at. Kichmond within the last few days. The Dis patch Fey that many speculators w ho tun been dabbling in the article are bit. Tho Kaleigh Progress says that prices ( dour, cotton, and other articles are tumbling all along the line of the North Carolina rail road. Let them tumble! The time is coming when it will be dangerous to bold hour that has been ground long it will be liable to sour. And on the 1st f July every holder w ill havn to pay eight per cent, upon it. Confederate bonds of the JlA.OOU.Oi)') loa:. were sold in Charleston on Friday ;ct 100 pre mium. Some of the recently subscribed eight percent, bonds sold for seven and eight pi r cent, premium. The Government Bank Note Engraving an.! printing otltce in Columbia, under the man -agementof Mr. George Dtinn, is about to be closed. The printers connected w ith it have been detailed to other establishments. The Vickslurg Whig ol the 2J Fays "t:o gunboat, one side wheel transport, and four stern wheelers, passed the batteries the night before, going down the river. The Yanks are shipping tiio Virginia re groes, who have fallen into their hau ls, to St. Domingo. Once there, starvation and disease in that hot, pestilential climate, will soon rid the Northern Abolitionists of all trouble about poor Sambo.