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"Yit?.t4ttt ! t j tt: o t!n-r.) tftll l"J more fugitive:! from j Jffi&. the "New York "Worldurnier the '"V -'iUl UU : !;-it State Ihuii there nroi'rom Missouri. ; head of "Excitement in the City," saysf AY t J" Jilt) OC-ccuiro. tlio argument of the editor tun', t:;tir. wiir U to seslajn the union u- 'i.'rirs c- juN t'.'iit verv. iw ill' . i. U.i u Mi' ' .1' 'C :i: u i n..-. It. I t.:i::'!i .!lu:) HiilVi, i ;..! il- re! jii...S it ;.u l.t.'l. I ... I The news received yesterday of the derre daticns committed by the Alabama and Florida created much alarli and anxiety in commer cial oirclcr, in this city. Fears arc moreover entertained that bv this . tlmn the ctnsort of i u. v.v-Wm ftonn...nn.ih through tho Alabama-the new steamer called the Vir- - ! . ,. , '.',. , . , , ginift wilt shortly be cruising in their com- t.n. knulms oi a fn-n.1, to get a late oop ot j pany ftnJ the Valup of American pn pony ' ' : Uw -L.-in.lon Times, which wo have r.ead with j Up0ll jhe seas is becoming daily more precari- ""! ''.. imxh interest.' Much of the paper, including i oua. . i f"p ot' a lurg . portion the debates in Farliatnent, i Abolition papers estimate the amount of 7th. We I and much of th" c rrespondenoe is taken up ! property destroyed by the Alabama and Flori- .l!.'Ksing the American question. We are i da. up to the latest advices from tho theatre of ;U1 t.i see thi rt a New York correspondent. their operations, nt twelve millions of dollars, in a verv able communication, brings before ! When we take into account tho injury theso ucr.s its co.uutns I ( y . jpjp th(, fl!iraelcr cf the wr, j cruisers have done to the shipping interest of ;us us to know ! iml ft(-tir ivin t!)0 purticnlarsof the burning j Lincoludom, by the increased rate3 of Insur- i r. is a paper ( (,f Jncksouvillo, in Florida, by two Federal j ance and the number of vessels that lie rotting I..,...; ,v ., vi'ii m.v;, .! with ns- nTin-.cri:. and s howinar that tho negroes a I at ineir quays, tne amount oi loss sustained ov 1 v. ojsi: tn:m cvi'f tiicraeel t t'j i,.u! t;. the :' i lit c -1 ri the . i t ! l I, mii!.:'i, and juival i i; cities v, hich put S;tvic.f. i!.t!l'i t" St. I ! .1 . v b . no if!, ''.!!' 1 ''I'd a S'lUi'f-e nt con -fratulat ion itn e.-'.uin.is are troo irotn a i i :i-;vert!:.etn at any citizen. s a'.'t ! rxi.cii soem uo uave :,u: .. . "... i. a.. 1:., .....U... v:.-KiA,l ...... V)i;t'. nn "as JlteiU SpOQiaiOrs 01 uih spifiiuia , swn m iiuuui suui. but ',.l spectacle," and after quoting the 1 an- . .. i. ,i f .a . .... .. .. : narration oi me. i acts in ui"i i iuum-, in i JSrt5,L'esides th.3 Convention which is to Yar.!. :s:l or :t they citizen. ?m to hav it as a medium to tell of , , , 4- i ; meet in our town ou the l.th instant, the Au- w'wli it is condemned, and the question askd j , ,. ,. i nual Commencement of Mary Sharp Collere nutthis war vindictive unrelenting war.' ..... . T J , h . . .. ,.,,...,. , will be m progression. In attendance upon n.n 1 the further question, "Whether thev , . rt , , . ..ii' i . i ' both will bo quite an influx ot people, and ! :ive nut cotten up to the European standard, . y , . , , , . , , ,. our private residences will be drawn ucon lor tin' t'orr-pondont answer?, "The replv ot i r ' , .,, . .... . I accommodations, as we prenume the hotels will every lionet ninn will be that it is vindictive , not tie suiucient. let our citizens ue roaav. a' i. The editor Pustaui jMiooln iii i.;s -t".ar.eip:tt!ou and other diabolical piv cia.r i ti. us, jt!.-;tilyi".ic any means, hr-vorf rr-.y -,-irir, v-" tlittl!" end of ';r.bj-:yst''-'n is :(;f -ii -died. But vco Tnn:- that he i.ir the effect of tho -mervatMO j;:r',y ronhtl.-" parly iv ho enr.tond that the ohjer-t of the war t.avi' heoti charged Mint it. is not .: war for the restoration of the Union, '' Wo f.diy aree Avil.h the editor rh- -.hjcct has jioi i f-i-n c!ia:i!i;d. Tiie .ioitt.ho'm people see them t:ov pursu ing the ohject they had in view when Micy inaugurated this cruel war upon . ir homes, at' '1 ur rij.'ht as freemen. . ' 1 I u !.,. II''. I I v itii tho orv " uiiri'lentiT:!;, 1 ut that it h not war nt all, ruvnc;,: murder, robbery and arson," and in .For CottgresH. RJ4 W'oare nuthojized to announce V: Congress from the I'd Congressional District' jell-tdt). t j BH.Tho friends of Co!. PETE P. TVP 2 LI ieel authorized to announce his name a candidate for Congress in tho Third Dis-.rict -a3 th-y see hi3 name announced in other papers throughout tho District. jolO-dte Wo are authorized to announce Hon o P. KIC1I01J30.N a candidate for ConVre trom the 6th District of Tennessee. Electio, first Thursday in August next ' my2C-te iM?rhY are autborC(1 'to announce L. J IWILKL, as a candidate to represent the Lleventh Congressional District of Tennestee (Memphis District,) in the next Confederate Congress.. . je2tde 85- We are authorized to announce Hon THOMAS MENNEES as a candidate for rJ' ejection to Congress from the Eighth Congrei s.onul District. . je6tde. tt'iT We are authorized to announce Ron J D. 0. ATKINS as a candidate for re-elcctiori to Congress from the Ninth Congressional Dis trict- je6tde. (ftr "VVe arc authorized to announce Hon DAVID M. CUHK1N as a candidal I election from the Eleventu Congressional Dvs- joCtde. trict. "ic:r;(-i. i. ( men, fiv:r Union is ii.-ir deigns a?.d a few de v.-f.ve ve;ik -n.'eic;li t.o .tieve i:iO-. i.-ut now wo have nmv t:e piarty in the SVtth, united hy the .ip.ive.rsal an'l !f.i;iiiy sentiment of ha '..ed o the N'i'rih .'in'i dis.ju5t of tlieir e.'-.npar.y. A n other art'cle in tie' vr vl to ahupt.' (. Harrow (at pivsrn lie is one of a trio who so'd Tennf-ssee r- Jed'. Davis, and recommends the seliurt' of all hiH property in iN'aphvillc. A lying artieh) about ForreKt'd late fight at Franlciin pays the Yank'-es f iptured forty of ri;r men. killed one md wounded three f.c conelups this piece l,y sayia;;: Tee attack tn the arn.'on at Frank- do- f (i ;'!. Was!iint.)i) in our town ) savs further replying to this narrator, he says : "He has y-t to learn that no European nation what cvr would tolerato such an outrage on the part of its trKps ; that Europe never had such a standard sinec tho darkness of the middle a-M.s was dispelled by the light of Christian ni l i ivi!iz'..l opinion." Truly, when the history of this war comes to be written, and the world comes to read that history, and it is actually shown that the United tf f tes, tlghtins:. as was alleged, to re store thfl Union, not only burned towns and wantonly ihstroved private property every where, hut that th officers robbed private houj.-s, and thereby enriched themselves, and, in many instances, supplied their female rela tives with jewlry and line clothing taken from Southfrn Indies; and, in fact, that they made it a war up'.n women and children, and old nii.-n, and drove them from their homes, under the pretence of disloyalty, merely to get what they had the whole civilised world, like. the rorret.pondont of the Loudon Times, will exclaim : "There is nothing liki it since the darkness of tho middle ages was dispelled hy the. light of Christian and civilizid opinion. Gen. Lek. It is too generally known, s' ys the Kicinr.ond Whig of the Hth inst., to raise any question ot prudence in speaking of it, that Gen. Lee has put his -army in motion, ilis designs- are known only to himself and those with whom it wa. his duty to confer. A tow days will disc laso them to tho public, who will wait patiently, in full confidence th;it the result will vindicate the wisdom of what he undertakes. A forward movement on his part has been tor some time anticipated by the enemy, and is regarded with very percep tible uneasinoFs. Whether he is about to jus tify their apprehension, by crossing the Eap- j puhanr.ock, we have no better means of deter mining than our readers. Should he do so, events of great consequence must sqeedily f.-dlow. Confusion'. l5y not noticing, in gottlng their papers from the delivery in our oftice, many subscribers mix the papers, putting those which belong to a certain box into anoth er box. A comes in and takes papers from tho box marked A, takes out A;.? paper, and puts the rest back in me of the oiher kbeled l-cxes. This causes U3 much trouble. NKir Fi.orR.-Col. T. J. Robertson sends a sample of new flour to the editor of the Colum bia South Carolinian, and snys he has nearly finished harvesting an abundant yield of heads and grains well tilled. Pft.son'al. Gen. S. ft. Anderson, (our old Brigadier in Virginia), is stopping tor a few days in "Winchester. "Wo' are pleased to see him looking as robust as usual. ' ttUAny one who should succeed in getting Legislature LituCac Htaknek' Cavalrt, ) May, 1W3. Ed. Bulletin : Yielding to the persuasion-; of my Iriends, I authorize vou to announce my name as a candidate for a" seat in the lower branch of the next General Assembly of the State of Tennessee. ' my23-te JOliy M. DONALDSON. Tho friends of JAS. KSHOOlTfcel author iztd to ann.'uncc his name as a candidate t represent Franklin county in the lower branch oi the next Li elatur.. " wyl5-td i, was, wo prepuni", -nt. a part of the 'dan of rcconnoif-rt' oe ah-n our lino?! Bk, The wires bein' down between neun that day to whether any of j Deeherd and Chattanooga was tho i 'roofv-. had heen soot, to Grant. L . nt - . . . -, .. jcausoot no dipatehcs to tbo Bulletin Vr-.-.v. .ndreu-' Johnson of ycstei day from the East. By our ruhvud.c.-: "General Order .No. 3" in tbo ! .-sehanges we received Gen.' Ijeo'a dit- 'oltinrjfl of ;he Vrinv. giving notice patch to Gen. Cooper, dated Culpepper to all Ter.ncHPf eans who desireto vol-' June 7th. stating that on that moraine at 5 o'clock the Yankees crossed the r.ateor in tho eervice of the TJ. R.'.that traripportatton will, he fur.isbed tkeiW-, H: Wo ordy hope A-ndy will-take 'tlio :ie!"d and load his hrigado in a.h'gVt,.o that tioine southern . bullet sady ri'd dur ho. I of eo.foul a sta;n upon 'bumanity.. .-iad transport his 'uilty.'perjrjred soul ' to the place, wheroto it raunt some day fi as a pnnibment foi the black catE. l:ue of hrart rending atrocities opon t;e!pifta wcrnen acd children and old men---upon a State thai erst, did clothe fieri and honor him. But we fear his roward hfiart will nTercome with in avenging distance of outraged Con touftrate steel or bullet. Ke;itncki:tn3 can find, consolation in tho following item which the Union publishes, viz: . Kappabaunock at the various fords, in heavy cavalry force, aocompanied by artillery. After a severe contest of 10 Hour?, Gen. Stewart drove them aeross Che river. ffrT A "friend of ours in Polk's Signal Corps, beyond ShelbyviHe, wrote us, under date cf th? 4th, thath had gent un a !atecepy of the CfcWgo Tims?, by hand. . "We thaok you, friend H., hut- are .Vrrry to have to Fay that we havfl never received the paper. The "hand" must have neadflcted us. We kno-w of two nther its'ances -whe;o late fortherii papers have, been sent, us, and -we never got them. A thousand -readers must be neglected to gratify one or two. Is it fair? $200 DOLLARS EDWARD. KAN A WAY FKOM THE SUBSCRIBE!: ' two Negro boys, named TOM and JOHN, or W It 1 0 John is 2o years old, 6 feet 8 inches huh. dark, but not black, complexion, and weighs about 100 pounds. He has a wife at Ksqniro James Green's old placo. Tom is about SO years old, 5 feet 10 inches high, black complexion, and weighs about 17u pounds, lie has a wife at the place of Jobct h Barker. Es.p Tho above reward will be caid frr tlm re late Northern papers will confer a great favor livery of both slavea-to me, at Winchester, or by allowing us to have the une of them. j hnif that .-urn for either 1 , I M.iy;;l-d2w HEZEKTAH FAKJS. STOLEN. "ESTaSb NOTICE FliOM THE HACK, BACK OF THE j NOTICE is hereby g'.v.n, for all t-wns Bulletin Oihoe, on the s?th instant, a dark bay ' indebted to the ttate" of E. II. Ikord, de'U, HOF.SE. about Jf' hands high. f ("r '5 y.firs ' coiuo forwar'i at once, and settle their in old, with his right hip knocked down a little. ' i'-'bt-cdness, and all persons having e.'aims Has some saddle marks on his buck Hud on against the surne must prtftT.t tbeat bv the l.t a citizen's Laddie. I will give J2," for the de- day of September, or le forever debarred, aal livery of tho lmrse to me, near the Hurricane wh'h to wind up the. business of said estate. Sprinjr?, in thn county, or to V. .!. Slatter. ! Mayttdlm A. B. JDUXCAN. Winchester. Any information that will lead i " 1 to his recovery liberally pnid for. j . A USEFUL SEOP. jll-'ilw H. W. FAEISS. J AT THri SHOF of the undersigned, near , , ijarmony Church, in the 2d District of Frank - MUSTER ROLLS, ' liu county, vill be filled promptly all orders Beautifully printed and for sale at the BC I- : ),,,r, V if m T wok. Stock and J I " warm, on:., una mueed anv woci DESCRIPTIVE LISTS, Neatly printed and for sule til the BL'l LETIN" OFFICE. junel'J JAILOR'S "NOTICE. G EO KG I A Cha ttooga County. TWO RUNAWAY SLAVES WERE committed to the jtdl of sa;d county, on the Hh day of .May, of tho following description, to-wit: One about nineteen and the other about twenty years of age, each about 5 feet C inches high, of black complexion, both Bay their names arc JOHN, and report themselves to belong, one to Jimason Deau, of Rutherford county, TVnn.. the other to Dr. Edward Dun nahoo, of Lebanon, Tenn. The owners are directed to come forward, prove their property and pay charges, and take them away, or they will be dealt with as the law directs. This May 28th, 18fi3.'" E. H. CLEM HONS. jelO-dStn. . Jailor. WHEEE'S YOUR HIDES 1 WILLIAM S. CRIDDLE STILL con tinues to tan Hides icto Sile Leather at 25 cents per pound, and into''Lpprr eath?r for 40 cents 'per pou&d. Small Calf skins, Sheep, IkZ, and other skins, charged by the tslzo. I will Rive Spun Thread, Leather and iloney for Tan-bark within tea miles of my tanyard. situated near BowlinB distillery, two miles north cf E&lera ar.d ten miles from Winchester. Junel&-l?.w W. 3. OEIDDLE. work.. Cheap for csh is my motto. Give mo a can. mv23-lm J. L. BEAVER. HORSE FOR SALE. A FINE, 5-year old Bay Horse, in good order, suitable for Caval -y, can be had bv ap plying at the "Bulletin" Office. A cavalry saddle will be sold with him if wanted. Mav20-dtf. LAND FOR SALE. I WISH TO SELL MY LAND, CON sisting of 422 acres, 4 miles north of Winches ter and 1 from Alasonia. It is situated in a good neighborhood, convenient to churches schools, with pood water both for stcck and family um. There is about 200 acres blazed, the balance in timber. Tolerable good build ings on the place, and in a healthy location, aU of which can he had on reasonable terms. For furtaer partkulais call on tho subscriber, on the premises. . Myl9 3w. JOHN W. MARTIN, Js. Ahead of Bazin. We have been present ed, by Mrs. L. Criddto, of this county, with a bottle of "Confederate Hair Oil," manufactured by hej-hulf. It is of a rich, b ar amber color, highly perfumed, and, ue think, superior to J'-:'H':w-'i ia :n.it county to ;:,,"0. rft.n ; any we ever hiw. It will br called into requi .j 't!;-.i i;r; siich h.i!id.i would have I Rt"on the first time va huppen to call upon our t ' '.' cm :!.'.'.!. '' l,c "v't'ii init.itiiirii" 'sweetheart. Wo would em it to the fir imp - T Cl " ' v ' " Tho Ifmdoryoo ( Ky.) News that yi.iuii' .'ir. I Ilk-:! say a .('I'ro inoa have. ,4 .'O'-t.iU. c.f.) i-i'. KeritucliV i herself, but then her hair is nrcttv enough. in a verv short 1 'd don't need the aid of oils, and Wi. '.WHEAT WAJCT3D. &.000 BUSHEL3 OF "WHEAT, JOE which the highest market price will bo paid. Apply at the Bulletin Office. June 9-dtf. WOOL CARDING. FOE, the information of customers the ua dcrsijtned states hia prices for carding are as follows: lor white, -3') cent per pound : for mixed 4o cent, and he warrants it shJl be well dono. W7ocl must be brought ia good order. . " . W. MI'aFT, . ' ' Upton Mills, near "Winchejter. M7 S-d3m. $50 RE7ARD FOR MY FILLY, AND 25 FOR THE rogue that stole her. She is a little down iu her right hip, white, mano and tail mane a Utile worn by a yoke.' Fbe is about I4i hands high, and claybank color. JOSHUA GOUE. June7-'it. . 1 GOLD "WATCH FOE SALE. A FINE . DOUBLE (TASr.D GOLD WATCH -a splendid time-he i-ir. Apply at the liULLETjN OFFICE. myv-tt JUST PUBLISHED,, A NEW EDITION of Gilham'a Manual, with Flate. One large 12mo volume cloth. Sent by mail, pre paid, for $10 00. Address JAS. McPHERSON CO.. May2ft-dlm. Eookaellers, Atlanta, Ga. NOTICE. a. A. HANDLY, Winchester, Tonn., and JAMES J. PKYOK, Atlanta, Oa,, are au thorized to receivc-and receipt for all claims due Irbj Morgan A Co., Nashville, Tenn. All piirs ms indebted to said firm will "please call and settle their indebtedness. mai-24-tf IK13Y MORGAN fc CO. AEKAITSAS LAIiDS FOR SALE. M1VEKAI. SECTIONS OF ARKANSAS LAN LS, within a few hours rid"; ol JViemphie, euii bo bought vitj lew for ConiKvLrato Notes r Uouds. Enquire ut thia oiUcc. mhn-tl"