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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 11 October 1862

'1 I" 'iK i ! : i : ii I V.' y 7 i .1 .;; 31, 1) 3 t- . ' ! 1 - ' f I . . r. voi."i.' ; All i1 BY "W. CT. SLATTEB. Terms: Twenty-fire cents per week or onn dollar per month. ' 4' No subocription receive! for longer than one month. The Daily Bulletin can be obtained at tun office, or of ','. newsboys. Our friends everywhere are rqueitert to as- ; aisl us in extending its circulation. ttS A wry limited space in the Daily Uul- 1 lean will bo allowed for advertisements. Terms, Si for each square, 1st insertion j OOi-is for each subsequent insertion. NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. Postage on Newspapers, sent to actual sub scribers, paid quarterly in advance: Daily, 70 eonts; Six times a week, 60 cents: Tri- Weekly, 30 cents; Semi-Weekly, 120 tvnts A t ce.iy, iu corns per quarter. JYolicc Quite a number of persons in and around town xcho subscribed to the Daily Bulletin have not yet paid. We know theg .will pay, but the heavy cost ice are at renders it necessa ry for us to hurry them up. . Our terms ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 11 October 1862

ddress of the Hon. T. A. E. Nelson. TO TUB PEOl'LB OK KAST TEyNESSEK" In all tho BDceohes which I mndo to vmt in tho destiny which nil nrroyunt nitd unnriuci- J pled administration forces upon us. I It in almost uiitn.ve5?ary to dee that 1 si'lh.'iv.l to th Ml u th. li its i.i SuiU port an 1 it w i-v i I r. port a- in iiiV i " uro to von I'ni'iti nniuUt irnuil ru sullVrin ' and danger. v.vr t' support it, and i i .... i uviv paraiVMiii ana mi M ;i'irv.; and tcinim.T ct i.i ,.l.lr..j t,i tint , or ub..ut tU -Hita ot to, I u -v.. d ,.,-1 tu. WjW that all ,.!. th-t ! I had bchcy,d it was tho J.,, . )Ut ..tho lastl link brok l pi mu iurin u. suuiuMw -J"""" i i , , 1P,,vi.rnmi.nf. for uniiim inatoour slaves, in violation of tho tn-titut:on, I would havo gone as far as tho irthesiin advocating resistance to the utmost Xti'llt- M v attention has just been called to a proe mnti.ui issued hv tho Prwident of tho United ! at. s m the I'-'nd Sept., lN'- i which ho de nes that "-n tho lint day o...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 12 October 1862

nod n In wiis-ciikssteij, rri:A?sr., octoiikii im, iwo. IVo 14 jy illt li J' 4 ! II il $ (be Hallv fnUctiu. 3Y "W. J- SLATTEB. Twntr-Be cents per wwk or one dollar per month, tf tubeiription recelvel for longer than one month. M Dailx Uulletin can be obtained at tne office, or of iwtboyfi. Our friends everywhere are requested to as tt ju&MXtending its circulation. j , - n"rnrAr very limited space in tho Daily Bul nmTvill be allowed for advertisements. brink; $1 for each Bquare, 1st insertion; fiOots or wob subsequent insertion. ,tsii,.v : -mi 4 NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. ' P6t(ngo on Newspapers, sent to actual sub cribtfrs, paid quarterly in advance: Daily, 'fr Mats; Six times a week, 60 cents; Tn Weekly, 30 cents; Semi-Weekly, 20 cents ; VYtekly, 10 cents per quarter. The way io do if. Many persons fronp the country say they want our paper, but then they live many miles from town and would have to come in every day. Now we would advise cit izchfl of different localities to club to geth...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 12 October 1862

- y V! i 'i'h Democratic Meeting in New ji:'v,w,,t- ,Ilitst depced upon. York.-Lfcieoln's Proclamation ! !'ul;; ul01'.s i1'0 rp" I' ai,d - tht"' iuu.it judge how near they nro t i:, l. vi , vi -ii.in - in i 1 1 1 1, i -.I . i , niii.ii . ,.t . , . A meeting was hold at the Demo- amid the darkiie'of chaos He laid the 131 ,ucril P:, nol'c muio heud.p.artors in .New York, last ! -tenant jyators in or.Ior, said, -Lot t th- ooeas.on. It u I,v ;! u l Mn;ii(:l!wo k' .M'1- (Al'lauo.) And i who read it. Also wo i:i ! t le-Ci-v of t In' 1 ." nit icr.ic v !), "Lot I i l... i; ..!, " r't..,,... i " Te , i,.. I tei'CSt. v ' i Jiitii. i v 1 1 , v i i u liiu iuu , Annexe I will bo found Gen. Bragg's i address to tho peoplo of Kentucky I nrwi,'. lita ,n.i.,ili li i.rm ..li tl,nf vJt.if.-. I i,)d . . '.in?! v ums.I . when . .. 0 . i . - . . - ... I It 14 llluM'nl iim vtofio fill unil cmtn,l will interest all ... i ...l ' ...l. .... .1 :. , i ki: i. .. ., .Holiday niht, at which about LOUd t . . -?i ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 14 October 1862

1- WINCIIESTE1S, TENN, OCTOIlfclt 14, J80S. Vol. 1. No IS BY W. J. SLATTER Term : Twenty-five centi per week or one dollar per month. No ubcriutlon received for longer than one month. The Dally Bulletin can be obtained at the office, or of newsboys. Our friends everywhere are requested to as sist us in extending its circulation. jjgk, A very limited apace in the Daily Bul letin will bo allowed for advertisements. Terms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; 50cts for each subsequent insertion. NEWSPAPER POSTAGK. Fostago on Newspapers, sent to actual sub scribers, paid quarterly in advance: Daily, 70 cents; Six times a week, (50 cents; Tri Weekly, 80 cents; Semi-Weekly, 20 cents ; Weekly, 10 conts per quarter. Gon. Sherman justifies bis soldiers who pillage whon they are insulted. Evckange. The Yankee soldiers must havo been often insulted in Franklin county then, judging from the tbofts they comniit Hed. The rebel steamer Cuba arrived at Havana on tho 22d, with cotton from Mobile, val...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 14 October 1862

Old Abe'3 Proclamation Freeing the Slaves of Rebels Wo havo been applied to by so many fir copies of our paper containing Lin coln's Proclamation freeing t ho slaves of tlio ''labels," mul not being able to' furnish tlicm, wo rc-publi.-ih the docu ment to-day. .No wonder such a' thing bas opened tlio eyes of such men as Nelson, and surely it must obliterate, the last vestige of a thought in tlio minds of Union men that Lincoln's war is for a restoration of tho Union. That cry helped to fill tho lanks of the ene. my, but nov that its syren appeals have not effected our subjugation now that tho Union men of tho North have been drawn into tho army, this last hellish resort is instituted in order to appease tho clamor of the fanatics who elected Lincoln, and draw that clement into tho field to war against us. lhj the President of the United States A Proclamation : Washington, Sept. 22d, 18G2. I, Abraham Lincoln, Prcsidcn: of tho United States of America, and Commander-in-Chief of thy ar...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 15 October 1862

WINCHESTER, TE1W.,- OCTOBER 15, 18CS. No lO f fie iiiilfi" HWletta. : BIT "W. Cr; SLATTEB. t ' ' ... Terms : ' Twenty-five tents per week or one dollar per month, to tubscrlptloo received for longer than one month. The Daily Uulletln can be obtained, at the office, or of Mwtboy. Our friend everywhere art requested to tUt ut In eXtendlnl iU circulation. . . jJ A very 'limited space in tie Daily Bul letin, will be. allowed ,for advertisements. : Terms, $1 far each square, 1st insertion 60ct fbr each subsequent insertion. NKWSPAPER POSTAGE. Fostage on Newspapers, sent to actual sub scribers, paid quarterly in, advance: Daily, 70 cent; Six times a week, GO cents; Tn "Weekly, 80 cents; Semi-Weekly, 20 cent3 ; Weekly, 10 cents per quarter. TELEGRAPHIC. Special to tho Winchester Daily Bulletin. Glorious News ! ! Louisville Journal Mourning. A Dictator on a Small Scale. We understand from a reliable source, that one James F. Cummings, who as sumes to have an agency from the Con fedetate Sta...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 15 October 1862

McClellan's Report II IS PROPENSITY FOR FALSE HOOD AGAIN MOST GLARING LY DISPLAYED. Near SiiARrsBURG, Sept. 26. j Mapr General llulleck, General-in-Chief, United States Army. General: I have the honor to re jiort the following as soire of the re sults of the battles of South Mountain uinl Antietam: At South Mountain our loss was-1- Kiiled 433 Wounded 1,816 Missing 7li Total 2,325 At Antietam our loss was Kilk-d 2,010 Wounded 9,416 Missing 1,043 Total 12,409 Loss in the two battles 14,794 McClellan then expatiates upon tho rebel loss thus: The rebels in tho two battles, as near as can be ascertained, from tho number of their dead found upon tho field, and from other data, will not fall short of the following statement: Major Davis, assistant Inspector General, who superintends tho burial of tho dead, reports about 3,000 rebels buried upon tho field of Anteitani by our troops. Previous to this, however, jlhe rebels had buried many of their own dead upon tho distant portion of the batt...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 16 October 1862

I : Vol. 1. WINCHESTER, TKTVIV., OCTOBER lO, li-UJtt. No 17 i r j i i n ih i ia ! it iu ill i l1 BIT W- J. SLATTEE. : Terms: Twenty-live cents per week or one dollar per month. No subscription receive'! for longer than -one month. "The J'aily bulletin can be obtained at tne office, or of -newsboy. Our friends everywhere are requested to as Mist ua in extending its circulation. gsi, A very limited .space in the Daily Bul letin will be allowed for advertisements. Terms, $1 for each square, 1st insortion ; GOots for each subsequent insertion. NEWSPAPER POSTAOK. Postago on Newspapers, sent to actual sub scribers, paid quarterly in aJvanco: Daily, 70 cents; Six times a week, 00 cents; Tn "VVeekly, 3D cents; Semi-Weekly, 20 cents ; Weekly, 10 cents per quarter. Jte?"Any amount of requests are sat. isfied by ua publishing the exemption act, which will bo found in our paper to-day. Wo gratify the request of a good many by ro-publishing the address of lion. T. A. E. Nelson to tho people of E...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 16 October 1862

The Military Bills. Ti.' fulluwini: i- th Exemption Bill passed by t'xiiirr'.'.--: vl bill t e.cetpl certain persons from militant .service, und to repeal the act entitled Utn act certain urwNj from enrollment for service en the arm; f the Confederate j States,' approved 'lt of April, ISOJ. I Tho Physically Disabled Officers of j (Government, Clerks and Others. j 'Tho Congress of the Confederate States of j America do enact, That all persons who shall bo held unlit for military service in tho Held, bv reason of bodily inlirmity or mental inca pacity or imbecility, under rules to bo prc wribed bv tho Secretary of War, the Vice President of tho Confederate State-, the otHcers judieial aud executive, of the Confederate and State Governments including IVs-tmnstcrs ap pointed by tin) President and confirmed by the .S.-nate. and eiieh clerks in their o flees as are i.lh.wed bv the Postmaster General, and now emploved.'and excluding nil other Postmaster, their assistants and clerks; and ex...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 17 October 1862

TV -- .... - .14-1 .. ..1 Vol. 1. WIIXCIIESTKK, rTKlVN., OCTOUEU ir, 141!. ' IVo 1& ..'. miff iL i ..i ,1 -JjMiMS.l ::V"XA InrI 1 flic h) bulletin. 13-2" "W. J. SLATTEE. Term : Twenty fivti cfiits per wwk or one ilollar per month. JJo Ftibci ipMni rrcelvelfur loiter than one i mnlli. Vhcl'aily J'ulleliu c in bn olit.iiue.i at tin' nllico. or of iiewsbny. Our fiiemls fverywheio are requested, tu as gisl us in cxti'iutiiig itst'iiTululimi. 3- Tlio Proclamation of Abo Lin- coin i.s working well for our cause ii East Tennessee and Kentucky. It is dropping tho scale in a hurry from tho eyes of thousands who have been so long blinded as to tho object of tlie North in tho wicked war waged for conquest blinded willfully somo ot thorn, and some because their obtuse mental vision could net discover sooner that the Constitution had Von outra geously broken and under the hypocrit ical cry of' Union" Lincoln was waging a war for the destruction of slavery, in order to thus d.-s troy our main...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 17 October 1862

e: e "D K;uilv :hero lire none; although our people, j witling suemlnglv, to be deluded with false We.;, tittjed often on groundless,? rumors, try , to believe, and act as u mey uiu uuucvu, mu were signs ot peace, io our mum n is u una- i take-, ihe. people of the North ure an obstinato i und persevering people. They s.cver like to give up wtiat. thev undertake, and will not until ' ! overy expedient fails, and all cil'orts prove fruitless. Where arc the sign of peace? Are they found in thy increasing inhumanity of the man monster in command at New Orleans t Are taev found in the activity of the enemy's ves sels' in the Gulf of .Mexico? Are they found in tin' demonstrations being made on tho coast and in the .State of Florida? Are they found in the recent recounoissanec in the river amvug tlie Islands below Savannah? Are there sigm of peace found in any relaxation of vigilance oruiminutioii of force near Charleston u bin I or water? Are they found m the evacuation I of anv imnortar....

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 18 October 1862

.nl. M'lTvoiiKSTjaiiE, xrcrvN., October i, IVo 10 Vol. 1. ap- II if j 1 She Hailu 'ttlliMY ! mslkw 10 distract the popular mum aim 'IHICIUL LllcnllW-r. the vionalar heart. Wo an' - ri BY "W. J". SLATTES. ti-iitin'r an unprincipled f.o, for Free ! (loin and Independence. Thousands ! ol" us have devoted our "lives oar for- Term : ; tunes, aii'l our snored honor.," to H e Twenty llva cent ptr weefc or one d"Har per rr.or.Hi. , .MUSr. a:;o made every KUCril'CO ol pcr- . L ' t ... l fnf linnr limn nil fnilllt Ii ' . f v Site ibt,!. tncomor of! SOtUll COI.Vt tt.id Un. b.l loll lor the Cot if wtbo list us vs. UUr menus everywneie io icucmeu iv a in extending its circulation. u' w : t .......i.. moil wea:. wo are u.io;; an . u.m.i to do more, and wo are determined t Mi A ! limited twice in tba IVlv Hid- HVow n down ever V edort of nti: ' ll"iis leiin will be allowed for artyr-titix-uK ' Tl,1i1rw.;.mh( to iiroducedisselisio!: at homo rv.. 41 x oo.li eminr 1 si iii'!irt ion : jOets : ' . . y ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 18 October 1862

t Jfrom tba Atlanta Confederacy. fllll and Interesting rartlCUiai,3 j a grand chargo all along our lines. The cue- ofti.. Battle at Corinth, j j-j--- Mess:i3. Ecitous: j upon his gunners as they stood at their posts. The armies of Gens.' Van Dorn and Trice Thau, however, his advance was throw a in-uii- rUv-n Van Dorn as the ranking olUeer ' to confusion and seatterca in haao, k iving having formed a junction at Riplev, march- i his heavy artillery and, soiivj say, a number of nJ uieaoe witn tho purpose of eng.yiug tha j .... ...i.. in hift!.. tli.iiKrii it. w-n w.!ll known thiit hit tno battlo must bi waged under the seri- j iu disadvantages of great disparity in mm- ( icrs and strength of position, K..rd nii.i atr.mrfh nl ruxiti Thursday last, OA. 2nd, our forces marched lav, could have been supported by reserves from Pochahontas to Chewalla, points on j eycu, ?qual to the dead mid wounded in laim the M. & C. K. K.-, thus moving from the i ber, they in all probability would hav...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 19 October 1862

ilfilifli-si 4 Vol. 1. WINCII1C.STI3R, TISIVN., OCTOHEB lO, 1HJ! 1 - . - . .. , - a he Sails gJuUttta. IBST "W. J. SLATTEB. Term: Twenty Ave cents pi't wsek nr one ilotUr per month. No ubseripli)n receiveifor longer than one month. The Daily bulletin cm be olittiimil at tne olnn, or of iieV8boyi Our friends everywhere are requested to as ill us in extending its circulation. jj5u A very limited space in tho Daily Bul letin will bo allowed for advertisements. Terms, $1 for cru-h square, 1st insertion ; 50cU for each subsequent insertion. 4 Notice ! "Wo must again emphatically state our unqualified disapproval of subscri bers coming to tho office to get their papers while tho carrier is going around. Now, yesterday morning, wo lost 25 papers in this way. Wo arc willing to furnish' each subscriber his paper before the carrier starts, but after that, get your paper from the carrier, else ho leaves one at your house, not knowing you got one at tho office. Don't you see '! Confederate Dres...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 19 October 1862

A Chapter oa the Freedom of Speech. The Metropolitan Record, thu Roman Cath' c'.ie organ at Now York, has un article pro ut.ng against the course of tlio .Government in looking up" thoso who do not agree with it in every thing it does. It says: It is an easy way of getting rid of un argu ment that 0:10 cannot answer; it U far easier than convincing an opponent; in fact it is "as easy as lying." But is a man a Secessionist because, ho desires peace, or deprecatos subjuga tion, or intimates a wish that personal liberty WHS less restricted : Is ho a secessionist oo- can si! hd is not blind to the discrepancies in otficial reports, or the shortcomings ot govern ment, tlio incompetency of a General, or the blunders of a statesman t Is ho u Secessionist because he abhors the idea of conquerors and conquered taking tho places of fellow citizens in ti. is republic, because he wishes for no such Union as that of Ireland with England, or Po land with Russia, on this broad continent? Is he n S...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 21 October 1862

Vol. 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., OCTOBER SI, 180. IVo ttl BY W. J. SLATTEB. Term a : Twenty five cents pr week or one dollar per month. Ho subscription receive'! for longer than one month. The Daily Hulletln can be obtained at the office, or of newsboys. Our friend everywhere are requested to as sist ua in extending it circulation. B, A very limited space in tho Daily Bul letin will bo allowed for advertisements. Terms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion j 50cts for each subsequent insertion. , Tho Barnwell, S. C, Sontincl says " Gen. Bragg is thought to bo bo closely related to Mr. Snail. Some think if tho relationship between him and Mr. Dash woro closer ho would do more. Tho New York Tiibuno calls upon Gen. McClcllan to issuo an emancipa tion proclamation similar to that issued by Abraham. Tho Washington Star assorts that Gen. Joe. E. Johnson is now between Culpepper and Warronton, Va , with a forco of not less than 20,000 men. Tho Uichmond Dispatch wants to know why Zarvona, (Col. Thom...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 21 October 1862

'-""V-'. K' l .a... s ,1 nous. Cot html, forehead, siiiit. List of Casualties. The following is the list of killed and v.ountlcd ia t'no First Tenuesisco JJei tnont, at the buttles near Manassas, Virginia, August liT tli, 20lh, and 30th, . 1SW. August -It ft. Company li. Wounded Lieutenant Thomas 11 Mann, le, severe. Company F. W ou tided Pi i va t es J:n. L Hull, in le:,'; Sol M Mitchell, U.iijh, slight. Company II. Wounded, Private 1' (J i; noddy, iliac; region, mortal. August 20A. Company J5. Wounded 1'rivates Lewis V Holder), gluteal region; iJenj. L Thornsberry, arm, serious. (Company C. Wounded Sergeant Major Hope Turner, head, slight; Pri vates Jamesi K Hauna, abdomen, mor tal ; Asa Jackson, head, mortal ; A J Caldwell, letj, neve re. Company D. Wounded Lieut X G Norvell, Ioj, severe; So: g't li J. Chambers, abdomen, serious j Privates II T Childs, Io!j;Tho3 lXtvis, thi-h, Slight. C6mpany E. Wounded Lieut A F Eaton, thigh, severe; Privates li il Berry, arm, slight; B A Y Q No...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 22 October 1862

Si ' -ii .in .. I If : ." ' voi.i.' V I?yTCIIESTKi:, TEXX., OCTOBER SS, No 33 i iltc gPaito Snlletiu. BY "W. JV SLATTEB. Termai Twenty fiv cent" pT week or one dollar per mortli. Ru Mih-erlpllon receive! for longer than one month The fla'ly bulletin chii he ohtttinea at tne Ollice, or nl newsboy. Our friend everywhere are requested to as aid ul in extending it circulation. j A very limited spnee in tho Paily Bul letin will be allowed for dvertisorat;nts. Terms. $1 for each squuro, 1st insertion ; o'Ji t for each subsequent insertion. THE NEWS. News from Nushvillo represents that city in an awful plight Every t iling is scarce, ml tho Yankees are pillaging houses without distinction . O il" pickets extend within two or three mi es o! tho city, ami skirmishes occur daily. Uen. Negley, whose namo i di tested wherever ho has been in the South, and who salLred his soldiers to piilugo as ho passed through our coun ty, is ii 'command of tho Yankee forces in Nashville. They say ho rides a f...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 22 October 1862

- - - - - - - Mil p rn,.. it Mitiv (nnvTiv. 'I'hA "VMii -.11. miii K rivn iiu i From the Southerner. Another Letter from Bill Arp to Hr. Lin!ihorn. issiblo tbut t i . . i .... .. :.i ;iru:;ivi.i.v-m.:i ; .m-n u Mr. Lia'diorii, Sur : Are it not po you urc udu t 1 j r.i ,:.t!u :-.20 .ho u:vs to retire and bo piaceabul, b t cis:rcund and wont t) fitin. Tho crl'ek .1 . uim.M'.t ul. iMili, or .!.' i-! 1 th-y wer bad, very bad. Now you've proclaim', tin? nijwrs iree alter j any vary, una im iw-jeruu it will prove u fee siinpcl title for all time. Every free nigger will ijjit in the kotton patch now, shore; fur the tuinal rebels do everything hi- L-nntr.irvs. NL'irers have lis -0 nur . sunt and are growin more darker and inure blacker J every day. A big plantashun now look like tho sun wer in A fclipso. Your proklyma shuu liav cntulcd Afriky upon us so .strong that you kin aktually smeli it. Tippio say (wo kail him Tip for short) that h..'? pu-oniy intnrested and he think yoa had bettor ma...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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