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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 29 January 1863

BULLET l us "THE "WILL OF, A PEOPLE RESOLVED TO BE FREE IS LITTLE LESS THAN OMNIPOTENT.' VOL. 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., JANUARY 29, 1863. NO. 8; DAILY i 1 1 IK . ' 1 . '. i it T 1 QrtK ,7lwtt SftlttMitt ili H? A1!. ; rgUUVWIU H'. J. . SLA TfElt, PROPRIETOR. .. ..." Terms; , .- , . .... -dot 3$ g,a Am aa'aa agflfogas Notice to. Subscribers. ,: Whes .you finely before your name on your paper,- pluase rcnow . your subscription, as it is a. notice that tho timq for which it has been paid will t-xpire in, n few days. gg. A vci"y limited space in the Daily Bul letin will ho , allowed, for advertisements. ' Terms, $1 for each" Square, 1st Insertion ; 50ets for each subsequent insertion. ' '. Articles of much length, intended for publi cation, must be handed in in tho forenoon to insure publication next day. Obituaries. Tributes of Respect, and Funeral Invitations charged as advertisements, but mui riagos nd deaths published as news Advertisement? of cliaritabla, institutions at half price. J M...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 29 January 1863

r r v 41tfc, ; ' GAXX.l II M J' .V N..1 TTKR. ' ; NV WV W, V. J. SLAllJ.il.. TIIUKSEVY, - " -JAN. 29..1SG3.' Intercepted Correspondence. The .National Intelligencer has pub-ho-Ji Mr. lionjamin's letters to Messrs. Mi' son and Slidell, veccntlinterceptcJ. We see nothing in them to givo much com fort, to the enemy. An allusion to Karl :: -. ell's want of civility to Mr. Mason, and Mr. Benjamin's suspicion of French designs on Texan, are tho only matters .,t interest. The ground of Mr. Ji.'s suspicion i,that France in tends to hold Mexico, and wants a weak Power lot ween its new Colony and the Confederate States; and also wants an independent cotton supply, which Texas, a Avealc nation and do pendent on France, would afford. Tho French Consul at Galveston has been dismissed tho country for his agency in tho matter though it is not known that ho had the authority of his Government. " Interesting Re-capture. At tho battlo of Fishing Creek, whero our forces wero defeated under the lamente...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 30 January 1863

-rrT,?7j j ' t BULLET "T1IE WILL OF A T0?LE KESOLVED TO UK FKEE IS LITTLIi LKS.S THAN OMNH'OTKXT." i in 1 ' - WINCHESTER, TENN., JANUARY 250, 18G3. NO. 87 1 jwiNGff ESTER BAIL! IN p" ' . I fW. J. SLA TTEJl, PROPRIETOR. 9 Notice to Subscribers. "VnM you'-, find ;.X .' .beforo ypM "tonmo on your paper, please renew your subscription, U it ii a notice that the time for which it fcjs been paid will expire in ft few liny.' wft, A very limited spate in the Daily BuL iin will bo nl lowed for advertisement. Ttrms, $1 for each a'piani, 1st insertion; COcU for each subsequent insertion. ' J Artieles of much length, intended for publi cation, must bo handed in in the forenoon to Uaiire puniicnuoi. nenuuv. JObitimries, lrumtesoi w;s r .. ; i.it in liur.'id ni ml vert , A largo numbor of slaves from Africa ft 1 havo lately been landed in Cuba. ib II W ? I ? fl 1 It II , Turpentine and rosin are being made ; , in somo sections of California. Maj. Gen. D. II. Hill passed through Raleigh, N. C, on ...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 30 January 1863

I. I.. GANNAWAV. J- FLATTER. W inohesifcr: Fill I) A V, JAN. 30, 1803. The Times ! There is some little indication of an a Ivauco movement upon the part of Kosecrans. Wo learn he lias one Divis ion of his army this side of Jlurfrecs boro, and from signs at and about our camps, it would appear that Gon. Bragg is ready for him. No oflicer is permit ted to leavo Tullahomn without a pass fiigucd by the General commanding, himself. There must bo somo urgoncy for the order, a .vitnesses could not bo permitted to cc:.ie to this placo to at tend tho Couit of Inquiry, which has boon in session somo weeks, and which adjourned yestorday to Trllahoma. Wo repeat, from all the Bigns, and the presonco of Gen. Joe Johnston, wo may look for at least "heavy skirmish ing in front " ere many more suns have set. Since writing tho above wo learn that tho enemy's, outposts arc iu the vicinity of Bcadf Grove. Vallandigham not a Yankee. Tho editor of tha Columbus Sun, in some remarks upon Mr. Vallandig ham'...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 31 January 1863

. ' ' ' ' ; T XT'""'-lU rt-w ---- - mm. JUU W ' VOL. 1 HILL OF A PEOPLE ItESOLVED TO M FHEK IS LITTLE LESS THAN 07x7 JANUARY 31. 18G3. 1 1 . i NO. 8S j. sr.Arrii'tl pjtormtron. A. 'If Notice to Subscribers. .J'jou find Lt-foro your name on "Wl- wipi-r, please renew your subscription, tfttll ik ntk-o that the timo lor which it i&y IX lm'J will, expire iu u lew days. ' ' A very limited uptiee in the Daily Diil Hejiit fi" bo ftlhwf!iT t'ir ' lulvertiscinents. (jfji- Ai?l for each rpmre. 1st insertion ; LOctn tfft Jh subsequent insertion. 'Angles of nnich length, intended for publi tiohmi'f he bunded in in tho forenoon to. intfl' 'publication next diiy. .' Vfctrf's. Tributes of llesnert. and Funerul fions chrtrifi'd ti ml veitiseinmits, but iniir "Usr. .3.nd deiiths nu Wished as news ""A Iriiseiiit'iiti of clmritttble institutions at r i '4 Term : ON THE DEATH OF ZOLLICOFFEK. f First in th (!','!it, and first in the anna n me wnne-win'dunj,'el oflory, With tte heart the Ktut'h at th...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 31 January 1863

?4 -v., I' 1 ii i .'1, ,. ; i Ul i . f. ! i1 M Ml li iff li 'I . L. OA.NXAWAV. J- SLATTKll. AVr i n c li ostov: SATUKLAY JAN.'ai, 1863. TheTimes! It SOOU18 tlio a-.lviinco movement on tho part of Kosecrans H..ovin; to nis licin forced foi'ward hv our cavalry in hi tear; ho, however, is only able to move ou tho pikes, as the dirt roads are in mch a condition that wagons sink into the mud up to their bods, and whenever ho attempts to take any route between tho Shelby villo and Man chester pikes, his whole army will bo ko deop in tho miro that he will have to call on Gen. Bragg to finish burying thorn. (Jen. Wlioolcr capturod a construction train on Sunday last, and destroyed tho C;irs and locomotive attached, and brought in fifty-fivo prisoners, who vame out on tho train for tho purpose of ropairing tho damages djno by den. Wharton not loi:g since, but wo think they will bo some timo in mending up that littlo job of Wharton's, as ho took np the track for seven milos, commenc ing four ...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 1 February 1863

WINCHESTER DAILY BULLETIN. , , "T1IK WL lt?TOK;jMpLVfi TOT JiR FIIEK IS LITTLE LESS THAN OMNIl'OTENT.- VOL. 1. v WINCHESTER, TENN.. FEBR (JAR Y 1 . 1863. S 1 ' I . . !..) ..!, NO. 8! he limit! -'Metta. W. J. SLATTER, PROPRIETOR. Terms : van 3&& aat mwjw Notice to Subscribers. ' Whkn you find bcforo your namo on your paper, pleuso renew your ubscription, i it is a notice that the tinio for wlnck it h been paid will expire in a few ilays. jgfc, A very limited space in the Daily Bul letin will bo ullowed for advertisements. Terms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; 50ots for each subsequent insertion. Articles of much length, intended for publi cation, must be handed in in the forenoon to insure publication next day. Obituaries, Tributes of liespect, and Funeral Invitations charged as advertisements, but nmr riages and deaths published as news Advertisements of charituble institutions at half prico. J1J 11 L .1 1 J. . .' t -.' I . I . . ADDRESN OK troops in Kpntucky for the . ...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 1 February 1863

S. I.. .iAN'.V.VWAV. W. J. SLATTKK. AV" i ii c h e s .t o r : SUNDAY, . FEB. 1, 1803. ThoTimes ! As wo anticipated, skirmishing has fo i n m c need upon a portion of our lines. We loiirn Hi at heavy cannonading was heard :it Manchester Friday, which we continently believe is tho opening of the Ball in tho way of skirmishing, which may extend in a measure along our lines, unless tho enemy should " shell out, " which is not very improb able as their ammunition and other trains stand a fair chance of being cut off and destroyed, tor Ilosecrans is so completely hemmed in by our "irregu lar" cavalry (as an English officer terras them) that ho cannot send out a foraging party ovor three miles and they havo to bo supported by an entire Brigade of Infantry. Truly our "Guerrilla's" do keep very irregular hours, and compel tho enemy's infantry to do tho same they havo no cavalry wearing them out by long marches until they will becomo ho completely nonplused that we should not bo surprised to ...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 3 February 1863

WINCHESTER I "THE WILL OP A PEOTLE llESOLVID TO BK FILES IS LITTLE LESS TllAxTiIN7l'()Ti VOL. L WINCHESTER, TEN.. FEBRUARY ll 1803. ' :To. on DAILY BU AT Bit fjailg iHctiu. jr. J. SLATTEIi, PROPRIETOR. Terms : K"otice to Subscribers. Whw you And M beforo your name on tour paper, pleaso renew your subscription, is it is notice that tlio timo for. which it Iti been paid will expire in a few days. . flQ. A very limited space in the Daily Dul lefin will bo allowed lor advertisements. Terms, $1 for each square, list insertion; f)Ueh for eneh subsequent insertion. Articles of much length, intended for pul.'i Mtion, ni uk t be handed in in the forenoon to jiinre publication next day. Obituaries, Tributes of Kospsct, and Funeral invitations charged as advertisements, but ni:u -iages and death published as news Advertise.nien.t5 of charitable institutions at 'iulf price. VjIOjIt ma.itmnn.l 'J I ...1 I 1 w.vut.u.-uu mH uccn ucsu-oyeu. ;est of the Eeascn. I o f It attributes those "outrages up...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 3 February 1863

si ftni r I yJi I 'II; ; i ! . .1, i:''ii' 1. :i I'm ..vV'.'-r-x SAlv n I iii Vii 1 I r r rr ; Horace Greeley cavc3 hi ! ; .r Would to Uod that the Confod. aT. r.JZT': i ,. - rat--ar.hy could roruso the contents 'B;"(7ixv;i'ir,jr 'slattm. : !rE JYMlWi.KlKJKS SESSION ''of tho late Yankee journals wo have in 1W J,n l-u,un'rt ;o.ir possesion, it would d.) them good lii an article with reference to the ' aIi ovor- J':dUors !,,ul correspondents, I I. r,.. i present Plate of allairs tlio verliahloi " ,l" 1VH ,Aa,,llull, ;im uuwn . L. OAXXAWAV. AV. J. M. TTMl, Ar inchos t e r : ,. , ' ..... ,m i iMiioi. nfiL, v..,.- V,,!.. 7v;; !..,.;"!1 v.-ieked administration of the old h j i ui 1 1 ii 1 1 in ii mil Tir if i " rayrVwifc jr. - J I A I . 1 1. out in a stron- di.eantati n ir.o-i l!ie l-,:u" ,!KU a civilizon world . 1 .. . i . i . i .i . . e. na o wo re:;, i suci uraues 01 poweiiul iiillueiice . -'Ces.-'i-ji'., iL 1 1 .a'dcnovL'-b: fb... ihc'. that - . As is a! ways t! o case, sir-d-ala.; is...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 4 February 1863

friTTTarn BULLETIN. JnLCiOl .ft V-. iJ I "THE AVILIj OF A PEOPLE RIttOl.VED TO BIS FREE IS LITTLE LKSS THAN OMNIPOTENT." VOL. I- WINCHESTER,, TENN.. FEBRUARY 1. 1863. IV P Li 11 DAILY NO. 91 Lf.-j.t..i;.'.isa W. J. SLATTKk, PROPRIETOR. Terms: j. Notice to Subscribers. ' WnW you find y before your namn on jour, paper, pleasa renew your subscription, .u'it notice that the tim for which it ibu beon, paid will ijiro in a lew ilayri. lt'A terV tiMited mt in the Daily Bul letin will be allowed for advertisement?. Terms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; 6uct.s 'or each tubsequent insertion. Articles of much length, intended 'or publi ntion, must be handed in in the forenoon to ;au- publication next day. Obituaries, Tributes of Respect, and Funeral - inTitations charged as advertisement:;, bat mm -tages and deaths published as news Advertisements of eharitablu institutions at :lf price. Northern News. ' ' Wo continue our excerpts Irorn Northern' papers. The Nashville J)is icttch, from wh...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 4 February 1863

m DaUti bulletin. BY GANNAWAY & S LATTER. I. I. fc.imWAj. W. J. SIATIER. W i ii c li o s t o r : Wednesday Morning. Feb. 4th. The Times ! To have every reason to beliovo the enemy intended an advance, bat they are now delayed for tho want of sup plier, for notwithstanding a number oi transports have arrived at Nashville, thoy aro unable to rocoive any supplies, &s our men aro in a transport (of Joy), at the Lnvorgne and other nhouls, re. coiving their freight from the trains. Morgan is again ou tho enemy's hocls, and will give a good account ol himself. Two -of his men' surprised firo Yankee at -breakfast at a house near Woodbury, a day or two since, and compelled them tosurrender, owing to tboir having loft their guns in one Corner of tho room, out of their roach. .A Captain and squad of Mo-'gau'n couts proceeded to Stuart's Ferry, on Stone. River, dressed in Yankco uni form, and were baiLod by somo Aboli tionists on tho othlr side of tho river, with, " Who aro you?" "9th K...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 5 February 1863

HE UtLETIN. Li All. .11 " T11E WILL OF A l'EOTLK ItKSOLVED TO 15 K FKliB IS LITTLE LESS THAN OMNIPOTENT." VOL. 1. WINCHESTER, TENiY., FEBRCJA ilY 5, 186:J. NO. 9 DAILY f W. 7. SLATTER, VROPJULTUIl. aIT!2,JLia I&Sa 22t5ff SPIES Notice to Subscribers. When you find before your numo on your paper, plcnso renew your subscription, as it is a notice that thu timo lor which it has been pnij. will cpiro in a lew ilays. " H'A very limited space in the Puily ttul llin will be nllowed for advertisements. Torms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; GUets for each EubHequent insertion. Articles of much lem'th. intended for nubli- - - - - --- - . i cation, mrst be. handed in in tho forenoon to inure publication next day. Obituaries, Tributes of Kespr-ct, and Funeral Invitations cbargod as advertisements, but uiai riages hnd deaths published as news . Advertisements of charitable iiutitutions at Lalf pries. , j , !. i- . ". -...mi EX.'IU.SSMT VOR Till: DAILY ju;ir.i:;iN 11 -.:z-Z"jz tl. 23d tih...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 5 February 1863

BY GAXNAWAY & S LATTER. 8. I. 4UNSAW.U. '.V. J. MlTli:ii. AV i ii (5 h o stcr: Thursday Morning, Feb. 5th. "itTtt drtitlMin I Northern News. J T3 - . .. . . v.. ..jv 1,1 v j . li.tion sliet t, invites the outlawry of till the men in llio Xorth puts tlio deinu initio parly upon a par with traitors who are tu bo dealt with by the laws of war just as the Southern rchehs :tre dealt with '-Jut is," says the 1 Inquirer, ".-hot or imprisoned." Tho Knquiror says the Gazette ueans this thuah it dues not say it. Tlio Eaton (Ohio) Register is bolder than the Clazettc. It says, undur date of January loth : The ai l of tho slaves must bo wel comed, and they must be incited tu deeds of during oy the piomiso of pro tected liberty when they have gained it, thus spar. n the lives of thousands of our precious sons and brothers. Not only this, but uu eye must bo held on traitors in tho North. Lei them be hold Vita a linn, unspaiin hand ;ki them call at once upon their own heads anv violence which ...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 7 February 1863

WINCHESTER DAILY LLETIN "T1IE WILL OF A PEOPLE RESOLVED TO BE FKEIS IS; I.HILK L!S3 TIIA OMKIPOTEXT.-" WINCHESTER, TENN., F EBRUAIIY 7, 18cT rcjy t- y NO. 93 BU fl SLATTi:ilLrh rilOl'lilKTOli. Ternm : aa Aia 3a soothe Ilotise to Subscribers. r3 you find d bnforo your name on m r"'i,,! thut tn luuCl "ur whick it v, pSid will expiro in a few days. tern limited jw in tho Daily JUvl ht; allowed lor ndvurliroiucnts. $ for o:i"!i s'iunr, 1st insertion ; GOfts ,''li;ihsfi'.i-!it insertion. ..,.!,. of iiiJ'-h lotu;:h, interred for pu'oii ! "mi'fl I' ; handed in iu tho forenoon M ipuKtic-.i-i next day. 'I'l ibutcs of tfesiMvt. and Fnniral itVii3 charged as aclvprtisftui(Mit, but uiar 'Jmii dentil pu Wished :w news ... ,i.nu nf I'linrituldti intitutioTis at io ma inspection, nad Uod, in hwlii-st. right beforo God : und vet thonromid ua9llt0- iut ..o,..,,,,,., uv,v.i wvuiuu mui iuu as-1 victories nave not, oomd. On the con U1!U nas como BistttncoofthoKecchorrtrA-ly.withan, trary, our battles a...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 7 February 1863

'VI i M t 1 Hi, :V .' I 'ft It f- .'.tYrtt,v Wo issue tr.o liiuiouu 10 SlIC ftWlfl SglUittUU bl, fyrni, aaj saall so eor.ti Wo issuo tho Bulletin to day iu ei.u;-j Wo were not disposed to d'afouruir- m iia.it if ve our troops in vesterdav's "Times" urii it BY G A XX AWAY & SLATTED B. k U..MiT. W. J.blAnnK. Yr i ii o kostor: Saturday Hornier:. Tho Times ! meet with paffieio:it eucuue .t.g-mint. We know wo shall make If r,, v i,y doubling in siza for our expenses are V017 nearly doubled th ;vby, but it is ha.-dly to bo expeclcr i t!i:it oar sab- Fob. 7 til. I aeripiion list will bs ir ,uble 1. Yet, wo jrica oi our d.s':rl that ! 1 vo mis c 1- Uuh ! bow cold tho last few days 1 the people of i'r::!.;.n .:. :y should have a .,ro. 1 daily. It .wtainly will npe.de highly for ilw.tn ij Lhev sustain nnd if tho winter ia increasing in cold I it, lor very law counl.ks are :.hlo (if w in this climate, how must it bo in Cin cinnati in that more northern atmos phoic? Wo venturo to assert tha...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 7 February 1863

''5 V( 'r 1 ' ' ' - - . . . - At' -iMUM , l' Xj I rJL. E jaL S an J mako each particular lair of tho uui t, ic.u uimio tuuau ui iiji? uuuui SY S. L. OAXSA'A'AY. Gur Bow. Porcupine. ''Here'n your vvjlI'!'' Eead Quart rs, Amy cf Teases, Ti;r.L.i;oMA, Pebruary tb, lb'jj. GENUiiXT, OUDISIW.I NJ. L). j I. At a G' 'if Court Mart'-U.conver.rd in Tullahonu, 'l'.v:ii.. January Ji id, I SC-'i, i.i p-ir-suatu-.j of '" :al Order i.'o. It, i'tfMtrranh , from thesft lio;t 1 ( i ir.'.'i dV.-nl Tulhihnma. ; "Oi.n Gan.' -Vi'e huvo u.nintention- . i!lv iMiiMurl tn nir-ri(ini lln fwt tli-it v,:U tin ,.nml.cr d" th Bulletin ' ou travejt), friend ."Old .Can," poiivj . i .. I : I . i it r , f -t, !. ....... -' " .... ... cij-'CUin witn i: ks Local ii- uws Knov,;; s c. OiJwwttvi, rvq., January li'ir:, whf-.-.'t ling. U n. b. A. I. ic, ! pii-1- .(.(tim's n'h.osi-h" become associated in this manage-1 WoJ i:! Praid.nt, 'was arraignod and .a.ui ' . . ; ment of tho WiuchcMer JJaily Uullo-lr5?!. r. ,-, T , ;l;'...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 7 February 1863

8. Hera is us pretty a littlo thing m wo havo soon for many a day. Aaiwar to a Poem Bewailing the Cold ness oS a Lady Love. May she not lovo thoo, And not show hor loving t May not htr silenco, Bo love's best proving? May not timidity, Hide tho deep feoling, Too wild and worshiping, For light rovoalingt May not ome hatod ti, Light woven yet etrong, Crush down tho tender sigh, Making lovo wrong? May 8ho not turn to thes Eyca dark with tears, Tenderly, silently, Tolling bor fear? Think not sh.i loves thoo not, Beliovo her not cold, Undor world drifted sands, Oft lici pure gold. Toll hor you lovo her, And hood not her ooldno'i, Wbnt though ln bliuli or frowu, l'rert on with boldness. Thoro is ii woman' a heart, But lovo will move, Then, win her by living hnr, Sh-i loveili bvo. Norombor 1, IS ':!... at Yaohinton. Tho V ii.ihiii.;!. hi cm,e-ipoii'.ioiit of tho Uonlofi ILoiuM draws a s.nl pieturo of tho li! cratl and f'uitho hlacka iu and ahun' thu Federal capital: "V,'l. llio :i twa woek...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 8 February 1863

WINCHESTER DAILY LLET1N. "THE "WILL OF A PEOPLE HESOLVED TO BE Fit EE IS LITTLE LESS THAN OMNIPOTENT." VOL. 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., FEBRUARY 8, 1803. NO. 94 IF. . SLATTElThoVRIEToE Terma : Notice to Subscribers. WHtK you find before ypur namo oa your paper, please renew your subscription, su it is a notice that tho timo for which it bu been paid will expiro in a few days. B. A cry limited apace in the Daily Hul Wia will be allowed for advertisements. Terms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; COets fcr each subsequent insertion. Articles of much length, intended for publi cation, must be handed in in the forenoon to insure publication next day. Obituaries, Tributes of liespect, and Funeral Iaritations charged as advertisements, but mar fiaes and deaths published m news AdvflrlWemenU of charitable institutions at kalf price. t 1 .'- -1 - ...... sion" or a popular something else upon ; lar delusion; but if it is so, it is ono j the people. . Nor should it bo Mibmit tho subject; wo judge...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 8 February 1863

She gailg guUctin. BY GANiVAWAY & SLATTEK. B. L. U VUWAT. W. J. MATTES. Winoliostor: Sunday Morning. Feb. 8th. soon give J good account of tucmsolvos. ! JtST Grapovino says that wo aro go P,l. W IV ( lWkinri.l. Com-,inu'tol.avohotwork"ina few clays. .. . , . , " . (, I Wo agree with our informant, and if the weather changes for the better wo Morgan' command, who occupied Lib- j aro sficJ tl),lt somcthillg Nvi!1 eomo erty, was attacked by a largo force of j o(f in lVontt yQ aro jn coci earnest the enemy on Thursday, composed of! from tb: fact that heavy eannonadin livo regiments of infantry, and compcl- cvery day or two proves that tho one' l .Li... Tho Times ! It is apparently quiet in front, but a strangor in camps and vicini'y would observo some stir among our troops. We notice some livo regiments pass through Tullahoma dally, whom, wo aro informed, arc engaged in throwing up important works some miles in ad vance "Wo learn that Brig. General IlaipJin Helm, of Kentucky, is to ...

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