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y Uc-r::i'.iff, May 27th. i v. L Y.'ilhndihirn. .', .w .: i nt in our town ' ; t.i..t t-as ditinguisLcd , v. . . - .' ti -.pi-'viiioi party in ;; i.irc-niit's b:f-3 rttK', bad .; i"' ! -jivy ViiU, loin faoortod y.u ' 7 .T'i-.'r i f Lincoln. We V"-.;r.i t'-.-.r tlio truth of the .f wturi an honr-at face, i :ii:i.:'i to believe it. ".v1 iio.ir mufh (Hacns - (;-!:( r, b (!o!10 with r ho wi.'ht to bo sent, . --, C. iu; i.-; :nt for n9, bo--'..., '. i i. w - c,t reconstruction t;.--.; h-;:.'. '''! v, :.;. .'. h is rnn tho Bich- - an-1 tho Whig of tho i ior.rr discussion which M"'""! thoir reaolera are Viil'iindiVnam ! Driven i; '(, ;:n I )v'ni; wifo and ton c'; ;!! von frost; property and '.' i i ..-. .".; ' v. i Til . w fvjii vrr rv-ivi him? 'i v.- ' .-ibv, receive I, i as a ' ;,', rr'i;M him kindly, in ?o -.: ' :.aV,!,i ?md to tho rcr.t a l-r'. -rved hi v. t i'.Toro b.r. rm'i' than loud hi : r-vv- 4 tho Lincoln ' -': : 1 V.'e '.,'. that h? lias n' '' ' ' " i'oy ;. : i) the North. r '' ' ' ' '' sv,rt ff ton cor.ecr :. -the loader ei the '-TP -' He ban '.-raved the t.ViTYri-. f .1.1:.." .'-i ;; (bT.ag-nOB hafl cl.o-.-fi ti,;.-.: :ri a?tnatM bv r-rin-in r.V. 1m; did,;f d hut for tbo effect ct l.i.i i Lj-u-oh) v;on!d never have '.Va-i-d i,-, '!fo1-cc the conscript uct, f.-d rr.-.rt in tho Pouth would not s!.yr.o d-O.iu.iy wo v,i:h Lincoln would fiti;.',ri:ji t oxoouta that :irt." V, h:!o Vi:K:r.d't.;;T.'?i ro;nained North and v:.-iS fui; c.'"-.'i;il i'i fnaIng trctber .".rrny.:!;.; a p".:ty ajjAinst the Ad ini.iiitir.,?, racn in tho S)uth eani ' pern 'n jjlr, pri-.o. JIo i certainly vM v? ''-vvini,' if bo faila in hi patr"oti oo!,'avor3. If he has deserved cu:cos- h? : o:stiilyJ t-i as much praise w if h- imd C'Mnmuaded ita power, hovruvor, vd ic'u no man possoHsca. Wo deny that he Ins rv;r spoken one word lhc f-V nth. Whci once he cadel rvht l-, in cd .hn;(ed speech, ho !i.-.:.,;:y tohl hi8 In-a-eis that W;w!)i. rtnu wa- a rebel. Wo have of to s h-;.v,-:i hutdi a piuvillel ourselves in ,ls,c:'.i.,. in;- this '' ri'hoHion.-' If tho nrun-'nt that. Vallandibam should bo Hont basic, is based npon policy, wo risrve. lor another timo an acswor that. If.'cy bo the gov omuicc motive, Ktrroly ;j'j) jn the aotion of one Tuan amid onemiea urgbt ba exor:-d. Wi.a: is pnMcy, however, in an individual an 1 could be oxeneed, oftcc ri.a'ir a overnnian. a power, ful ffovennient dote-itaWa. Vallan (bgham doabtlcnd wa3f.ircdto circara-rcrib-) bis remark ar.d .hia action at tho Tr.-.-'V ?urrnntb?d as bo waa, be cou'J ?!'Mnoa!c all ho tbenbt, and a man bcr-suM a fool to npealc at all timcj all bo thinks ' and feels It ia never ilono h every day life Ai! rce:, are actuate f a certain ex. br ?c?7. ?,!VV i;ar;o entering ! 7; t. r:r-r,. Tho. ppider acts a r' !i!i'5 ''r' "-ben ho h-il-!., vreb to ntr-::,o:ia.v,.-y dy. Vallandiham 53 rra;!l rf .i:n3ry mind; yet hr'11' -an. Ho had a U!(;i7 ol J: 'X ,n vi3W. Ho kDGrt- that ?;cr.vac- r6,:uurc-3 wcro certain to fail bi m r.ho a't;;; lineal of hia pnrpoaea. vrv, U? pwso-peaco all tho tirnn pescc fbo surest means of Union b;; t p'jup.o. Ifo ?'.iid ho was not in favor of croiifin s dcev-oiifitn at homo in 'i.-dcr - eravh ths n bdlicn. Ko call---.(. !i ;i ro&olli ;:v iud it -xm a rtsboIUou a righteous one, and for one we be hove Val'andighara's heart ia with 7iiboat pretending to argue this matter, wo say that the Confederate Government will not surely refuse ti home to Vallandigham. It may on tho score of policy not else, and in that caso will remind as of. Napoleon tho First who discarded Joeepbino for policy. Hon. A. 0. F. Nicholson. The name of this distinguished statesman is found in oar paper as a candidate lor Congress from the 6th district. Juclgo Nicholson for a long time fillod with honor a eeat in the Senato of the old United States, and R ill do credit to us in any civil capaci ty. As editor of tho Washington Union many years ago ha won much distinction, and by bis speeches, and his indaranco of incarceration in Lin. colndom becauso of his adherance to Southern rights, ho has proven his de votion to tho South. Wo do. not sup. poso bo will bo oppose 1, as Hon. Ooo. V. .Tones declines re-election. Bitters and Sweets. There aro corn- ;parativtdy few persons who can afford to take morning bitters, at tho present prices of hrdont spirits, lui every bone . diet can take morning sweets. A j friend who. has net been long married .says a kiss from one's wifo boats bran- dy fur making one f cd rich and happy. Pleasant Day. Here is the way to get up a pleasant day : Find tonic detttit'.ito family to whom you can secretly send a sack of fhur. Lot your right hand pay for it without al lowing your left to know of tho deed. Try it. Some ono signing himself a "soldier" writes cs a long communi cation from "camp near Alisonia" in this county, and encloses fifty cents to pay for its publication. As wo could not possibly, in justice to our sub scribes and to onrsclf, consume po mnzh cf cur space for ro large a sum, and as we know r. t his name no that we can return his money, wo witl give the purport of hij precious document. It is addressed to tho "deaj ladies." After devoting ono page at the begin ning to the task cf impressing them with tho fact that what ba is go ng to say is not intended to give offence, "nH by rny means," bo tells tbcm they put too much dependence in tbo officers, and none in tbo privates. We quote : " la the officers tho men that dos the Sighting, are they tho men that takes the muecet. on their sboldiers and tlu-ir knapsac-Ic on their backs and march Day and night to fight tho invaders ot our country, are they the men th.it takes their guns und go ont on the frtint line and fights tbo invaders " Ho tods tho ladies that if they will go to the battlo field and look for the ( Cicers. they will not find ono of them. Cut look behind a tree, or a log, at.d M.metirhos under the leaves, and they will find thorn, 4c, &o. 1U winds up by saying he await? the responso of tho ladies. Thero now, wj thinu tho fifty cents is oarned. For several days wo have felt no little anxiety for our old friend, the Memphis Appeal, in the general sack, ing of the city ot Jackson. Tho tel. lowing from the Montgomery Aiail, removes all doubt on tho subject : A gentleman connected with the Jackson (Memphis) Appeal, showed to us last evening a dispatch from iho pro prietors, dated Meridian, stating that tho office of publication, would, in a fow days, be reopened in Jaclon. R5T Thore is in Lynchburg, Va., 03 the premises of F. B. DeaDe, Esq., a willow grown from a slip that was broaght from tbo tomb of Naprdean, at St. Helena ; and from tbiawihW Mrs. Deaao made a wreath and adorned it with flowera to lay on the biar of th lamented Jaokaoa whan borne tbroogh that city. aST Oar friend of the bo too cautious and reticent concern. iamovementa of troopa or other indicaliona of military preparations and designs. A littlo caro and saving on the part of our friends, both in tho city and country, of al soraps of cotton and linen, will bo of great servioo to ua. LOST. DAY BEFORE YESTERDAY, eitbnr in tho Counting-room of tho Bulletin, er be tween the otfice and Fancy flaio, a 20 dollar Conf'i'drrato Note. "VVi'.l pm1 half of it to tbo finder. Wi J. BLATTER. Mav27. NE7aG00DS. ELEACIIED Domestics, Brown Drillings, Lawn, I.adioa' Belts. Misses Vvlateund Fancy Hose, Spool and Flax Thread. Shoo Thread. Fine Combs, Coarse, do., Ilair pina. noksavd Eyes, Pencils, Pens and . Pen hollers, Ink. Shirt Buttons, G. D. C'i,pa, Shot. Bhickim,', Pins,. Needles, Fish ilotks and Lin.'i. Pipe. , Suioking Tobacco, and S-avini; .Soap. Just received, and for sain by J A3. ilAKFJ.-i, May27-lw. ' ESTATE KOTICS. NOTICE is hcrrby giv...n, for all person indebted to the mnte. of E. JI. Jkard! d-e'd, '.o coma forward at ores, and sr;tle thci:- in debtee acvjs. and all rersois h&virg e aims ngainst thj same must yrescnt them ty tho lit day of Septe:noer. o; te fcrrv- r debarred, an I wish to wind un the business of caid e-nriM. il ay'Jfci dim A. B. D U J C A N . BOOK iom:o PPTU'VPV U'.M..U. .J Factory, atd containing a srvnli nivint nf money. The owner cin b.ivo th? satro br valuables, and paying for this aclvoviisEjaent MayiJC-tf. J. O BRAZELION. JXJ3T PUBLISHED, A NEW EDITION of Gilliam a 51 an rial, with Platen. One larae JVmo volume cloth. .cnt by mail, pre paid. f. r $10 ( u. Achirws JAS. 3cPHE -v ON & CO . Fox- Congress; We are anthorizvd to announce lion. A O" P. .N UT1U1.SUN a candidate for Congreu trom the tub LiMr ct of Tennessee. Election first Thursday iu August next. tay2C-t legislature. Bivouac Stakneb' Cavalry ) May, 1863. Ed Butktih: Yielding to the persuMi0M ot my Inends, I authom,! you to announce my )i:nu us a candidate forasiat in the lower branch of the next General Assembly 0f tie State of Teimc3S'je. aay28rus- JOHN M. DONALDSON. HORSE TOR SALE. A FINE, fi year old Pay Uore, jn EC04 order, suitable for Cavul -y, can ba had by D. olvinir at the ' Kulfotin hk& a saddle wl;l be sold with him if wanted. -uayzu-cut. BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE 7-V WINCHESTER, TENX., TOR SAt B FOR CONFEDEKATE N0TI8. ii tSAfis vv UU1LDINQ. CONVENI-' ent to the Mary Sharp t'ollege. has five w'oll- f.locArnrl Vi.fma Ytnct Ann m ...... 1 n'vo. uraiuw a .yuH. room and a luyui, iurre ;a one 01 IfiQ llnest Ol gardens attached to it. besides stables, kitcbnj and all necessary out h uses. Also, a splendid cistern. Will be sold for cash, at a low t,rii rtnl TV T OT AT"Vf"T 11.. ,1 .. . 'rj'j i; " Afcx, iuiieun wince, ay o if. . ' " n,,u DIAl I-ilVO .ItTi'S f.fla-iri In., milrs iif,i)t1 i,,1 1 ill u : , .... I., jiiiuu opraipj on the Niuhviiie and Cbattanoog Railroad! Ono hundred and thirty acrescleared, all under gr-cd fence ; thirty acres in clover. A never CQXXISSIOX .XLCI!A2X 0FEKS FOR SALE 120 boxes M.;nuf.-ictnrol Tooaecc, 20 cases Smoking Tobacco, 20 bids. do. io. E bags CoSce, 20 bbia iSga- 20 " Ntw Orleans SyruT), 14,C001bs Iron, 25 bo j-cs Candy. With sundry other article, all of whicfc will boioidatrics.t3 suit. Particular attention f aid to orders. mjO lu: "XSsetul snorT AT THjC SHOP of the nnderned. near Harmony Church, in the lid District of Frank lin county, will bo filled promitlv all orders for Wagon pr Buggy wors, riougi: Stocks and Cabinet work, (bucIi as line and Lrdirary Cof fins. Wash Eoards, Ac.) and ii deed any wood work. Cheap for cash w my mctto. 0 , i v & w a call. my230m J. L. BEAVER GOLD WATCH F02 !"SALE.""" A FINE DOUBLE CASED GOLD v ATCH-a splendid time koerr. Arnivat the SULLETiN OFFICE. ayV-it WOOL gahbing' FOR the information of customers the un dersigned states his prices fur carding are :ti follows: For white. 3'; cents per pound ; for mixed 46 cents, and bo warranto it ghJl bp wall done Wool must be brought in cood w W. il.T.iFT, Upton iliil, near Winchcot'er. BRING THEM W. ALL persona holding my change ticket are notified to preent them within t o n cntis from thia date, eiUuy viil not. bo redAomed AKKAIUiAa ZJMim mi SAUL SBVEitAL SECTIONS OF AKAANflAfl LANDH. within a fcw hir r;. r ... . jcaa be bought very Jew for Conf.kraf Nc " NOTICE. JAMBS J. P.ltltJR, Atlanta, Ob., are au thoried to receive and receipt for al' claim dufl Irby .Morgan & Co., Nashvillo. Tenn. All p--n indebted to faid firm will r lease call and settle their indebtedness xaarii4-tf . IKBy .MOliOiVX &, CO. omcER's PAYTAccoirirrs" ON HAND AND FOK 3AIJK AT THI Daily Hulkun otftc. l'ai'.tu water oa the n! i,o ior paviuwlcra ca.i at the prpmiypn, upon be uaJerst.r.id. b. IIOPKINa LAUD TOR SALE. I WISH 10 .SELL MY I. AND rnv. sist:ne cf 42;'. cr-s. 4 mlta nnvtv. v;..au. ,'ttr and 1 j lrom nlssonia. It i situated in a h.oca migtiOorhood, convenent to churches .i;i.vi!., ii-!puuu wr.,cr cot n tor stcck and fanr.iiy use. Ihe-e is about 200 acros b!azd the balance in timber. TolcraLle good b'.iil'd-l.-.gs on the place, and in a healthy location, all of which can be bad on reasonable terms. For furtner particula.s call on the subscriber, on W'i premises. j JaylV.8w JOHN W. MARTIN, Jr. I j Administratrix Notice. ! HAVING bctn qualified as Administratrix .on t.'iC -:ate of Iv.ctard F. t'ims, deceased, I riqci.at ail purses Living claims against said : (vain to rn-sent them, and all indebted to conw I l-rwi-.ra and iuith? at once, ts I am anxious to j clcua it up as soon as rohsibio. ilW. 31. 0- SIMS, ) riy9-,,m Admir.ictratriK. War DtPAr.TMSNT, ) Richmond, May 9, 1808. f SXCH.N0E NOTICE. No. f.-The fol lowing Confederate ofilcera and m.-.n have been duly txeharged ar.d ar hereby so declared. j . Ail odiecrs and men who have been deliv ered at City Point at any time previous to lay 6, lfct,3. . 2 All oaccra captured at any p!ae before the 1st of April, ld3, who have been releawd on parole. 8. AU men captumd in North Carolina or lrgmia before the 1st of ilarch, lfitjx who have been released on parole, 4 The offiitrs and men carturedandparoM oy Gn. t). P. Carter, ir.his txpeciitiou to East lennpsaee in Leecmber.last. 6. Ihe officer, and mr-n eapturr d and paroled b; Lievuen:t Ct . or.el Stewart at Van urea. Ammra.. January 2,'th, 1863; by Col. Dicker in p'.r-pcer. l-i. in h.s march' to -be ilobik ui,d Ohio i:ai!roaa. and by Captain Cameron at cor.-ata, ..iisBUippi, in December, 1862. o. , he ctllctrs and won paroled at Oxford on the itfd oi Decemlw. 1862: at ArcAr a tho 17th of January. 'S'!inL-dv&t Eilttm kou6e- Louisiana, on the od of rebruary. 1863. 7. All persons who have, been captured cn t-eara or the waters leading to the same, or upon the ceacoast of the Confederate or United mi 3 U' W'y timC Prevlt)U3 December 17th, 8. AH civilians who have bwn arrested 'at .ny time before the 6th of May, 1863, aid r- l..'aod on parole, are discharged from any and every obligation contained in Bald parole If any such r.erson hna ti-Un glance to the United States, or given any bond, or it his release was accompanied with any otaer condiiion, ho is discharged from tie 9. If any perBcn embraoed in any of tbo toreiolair Sl'Ctlonn. nr n o., " . " ""J "w:Mun oi any rrevir.es Exehann-n ntna ,v..t .v declared exchacged. or in any federal p. hvored to tho CoiJederate authority ' 1.,!7i KoaEsrouLr. Jf7lMt Ag'tof Ecrai. Confederate ae-wmwiM win 4nufi h7tn. roine notion si, "j V . io tiTa War AJtoir -W TT-.W" tor them. Let every one who reads tits fopa us what he or she mav haw.. VcJlLTJ got raw we can get no pftpfcr. . ' . xud t j the Bulletin ail the cotfejn rac? m r wuuub au anv end ho will take tho trouble to get u uP a'lawe U J ive casta rnd giwn, if Jdrnwd .