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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 11 July 1863

i 4 i P i I'" Dili 1 - ' . -f, 01 I '.V ( J.: ,iit J1 J b : - ' ' . . .... -i ra--- ' t - r 14 1 H 4. o 4V.. AVLN011K.STKK, TUli .1ULY 11, ISO: J. VOL . t i r i inf" ': it- v 1 , , i I' ;J'. A v Iff . "J" -m .-vi t ' ,r,i;. . 5 I i '."'.' K; Mt't-ick His' main force fronted i As rembe.rton and (rrant ro ru a:' (inc 2lvm ilnlldm, :l ;tsUT l0n,t7 Sl;at inltr.1 ! mioti, nu invoiktfr ie. t 5 10 . Im ( llnn Sinlc th.v () Fri.hiy .nornin-, tl.o 1, unotlior ; p-uisccl. mips waiting each tl.c Urst Unto A4lvoriiMiiij-. . n .-.i-mplion from the horrni; ,,r ot Um.0.amo i,,t our linvs, roacli- j word iVui 1 thu other. 11ns ghglit em- 1! , i n. 7 J . . a .: I a ! rrt lot ' v:ir. l..iP:mv, 1' . .-,1 lu. l; n... ,r r.Vn. A. .1. .Smith. l,:in-:KsiucnL wuh brou.iiht to a ciohc u. '.iv w i ( i . it: i .."iii,-ui.ii.;ivnvv' - , . ' : ' o...... . . . . t. ... , . i i.i i.viwn ('Miili'.lcnito of-! Mont-romerv. who jjtciiMea tcrwiirauinl overt to Im .Major-Gen. Tlu-v shoo!: hands, i'embcrton being i.-vv ...

Publication Title: Winchester Army Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 11 July 1863

H.ilffin. July : 11th. extend our fi iendly greeting, wi tlicm prosperity and happiness u the broad folds of that honored old our fathers erected. Under if. freemen again grasp most hearti!- J others hand and mafco I lie we ind South joining in tho son ll.e St.tr J.iiiRVa llaiinrr, long may it wave, 0r Il.r lanl f thr frcr, Anl tie tiouie of the brave. Occupation of Winchester. For tho honotU nf rm. r..: i. Genoral.McC- iiiov.u ; ire v j ? a n n ou nccm en t wo : :e;:vut yo;s the M'inchvttcr A rmi Jinlle- it R-ema proper that the govern laent of the United States should here, 'as elsewhere, be siinnorfr-d hr tho mm , . . j ...x J'VM " VM U H as well as the sword the two great j waders at .home, wo announce t . . il a I i i 'H I 1. a rvy ueis iuai jiavo ever c-ontroicu the, " ""-'lesier, icnncssio, was oceii wonu. iroops Tho Jhilhtin announces" tho icstora tion of the authority of the United States Government in the town of Winchester and tho surrounding coun try; and, aa in this cag...

Publication Title: Winchester Army Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 11 July 1863

.;.,; ' .' f . f ' ,-7 Cfl'lflflll t'f Sftlfi' llh! ,. oiff't tth'ithiti, nv.v xUifW' ' : ,,u,',iiS ftilt ll'i'l'l i i'IiIi- ' - -fiy'ifiil ?'tirniti'iis. Tin? -iie.ile ii -(!,;.,; li (. -.fleet, li good 1 i k -; !' . ! i- it :.') f.-'il.l unit'1, and tin! keep ! til" !'!- .:!',, , fW'ih'llt-tlt and dkt l:ltittlt .' id-- that 'iWvit.M be IiU'ly to o-', ;;! (' , Sri iiUi'h!" for ut!in', I'll" nnvt v;: !ij)!ui'l and harmonious and tin .. I.--: u;, ;;'l..!,!iu wilH rutin unanimity. !u i " k ! ku!t tli.it it w ill !. .ttiMrti d bv Casualties in Gen. Davis' Division. Th" k --es M'.vtiiiin'l by kt Divkkn iMth A i in y Corps tKc 'J'.th nnd L'l'-tli of .June, lsi:i. at I.iln-rty (lap, me gkrn below. The ! t Jiti.l 'tl 15ligade cuiutuatulid bv Col. Po-t ami tlrig. (Jen. CaiTtn wetv tin' only tro"pi of llu- Di kion engaged. (Jen. Davis who had for several days been MitlVring from an attack "i b lu - ami fi-At-r, gallantly hi troops in a l ;if upof t In' enemy's position, driving him -villi co...

Publication Title: Winchester Army Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 11 July 1863

on, vin.:, Kv J.:h- 0, 103. o i. '; . Com m c re i a I Wi s ! i i n ir t"a letter s:ivs ! Adir.irrd YVil!.-i n. 1 lived there, having been relieved of duty with West India Srpiadt on. J ) i s tinguished member of Administration on Tuesday remarked, .Services of ev. oit Major General would soon bo ro j urcd, and McClcllan ! ! bo pi von volition where Ins engineering abilities , mid be displayed. Baltimore. Nearly 1000 rebels, cap ti red by Gen. Kilpatrick, arrived, in eluding Gen. Jones and, 51 commis- MJIU'ij UlUCCIS. Sac IVl.-Cotton, nominal GO; it (i old 33 . Capt. Kovcmo.. rofcrts that " n a , it0"100 13 "' V s.ii! 1-ol.Ms lost S5.000 , IreMnc, July S.-Ou::.Vilry Gen. 31 e ' aui 00 pieces of artillery iu recent battles. K.iltimore i.ec is reported to have advantage over Federals equal to 12 i. ours ahead of us on their retreat. Gem. Buford, Gregg and Kilpatrick are miles in front of lh:gartown. South Mountain l'a.-ses are ours. Memphis. Jul j 5tii,V't Cairo. 7th. Advices from Gen...

Publication Title: Winchester Army Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 12 July 1863

WlNCHlgTgg AM BULLETIN. i?JTJItIlJI7S TJNTJ3I.V A V 1. 8v W 1 III H WINCHESTER, TENK:, J FI Y 12, 1863. AAAAA A .i . A A A A ' Vfr ,() jfcl Tl ll ill A vmtr. CO . - lintcs of Advertising. ;-yh:.- $1.00 a square efioh insertion.. ,K.!ivb subsequent inntTtion f) cent.?, . liberal ruto will bo charged 'fur advertisement cx reeding ono square. ; ' . ' : ' in i'ltifs ni;ikc cn' squaro.' j"o ftdvertise mi nt.-i tluii 1 square. .Advertisements that makeover 10 lines and under !" linen wanted i.i i.n.-and-a-hulf ' pquares. Advertisements ih:it make over 15 . lines' and - under go linea t-unte l as two squares. .. ; It will be a favor if advertisers will (.lease mark ; ti their advertisements the number of squared they wish them to occupy. .. Our stock of Jobbing Materials is.hirgo, all .mliT'-Kes an endless variety,-for, printing.. a:ul kind of work, both FLA IX AM FA NOV; ' mi ho. best f-tyle, and on short notice. Terns f.-ir rinti ng will be more reasonable than ever U-IW.- oifVred in thi...

Publication Title: Winchester Army Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 12 July 1863

Winchester Th: far,' attendance of r prrxnithtrf nrarly every county in the Stat'', and. nearly terry mi li fury uiynnhitwr, was '(v.iima ifd by von of the motives that were 'won t wi trtX tin' vfd political conventions, Thi single de-ire of : 11 seemed to bo to select a good tldc t upon which all could unite, 'and thus-keep down the bickering, excitement ami distraetion .f the pub I'm rnindihat -Would be. likely to grow fi'vitrof a syramblo for allies. . .The meet tnir diViiliod :a;vd harmonious. -and tho Ticket was adopted vwi,th entire unanimity.' There is no doubt that, it will bo supported by .the soldiers and citizens rf the Statu with but -tittle vlisscnt not because there- is any tiling binding in !;, .action of thv. convention. or uny individual fcntitled.to a Vote; but because thrjiubllr mind it clearly averse to any political tivuil' vnoy wreelrm 'u theju.ee f an iuva u'inyfot; ' . ; , The fact that, in every 'case whom the. name v.f a member Of the present Congress was p...

Publication Title: Winchester Army Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 12 July 1863

"W" inche s tor: aturday Morning, July 11th. To the World of Mankind in General. ; ; , yithout previous, announcement yo .present you tho Winchester Army Bulletin.- dt seems proper that the govern merit of 'the United States' should hero, as elsewhere, bo supported by tho pen as well as tho sword tho . two great powers that havo ever controlcd the world. The Bulletin announccs'tho restora tion of the authority of the United States Government in the town of Winchester and tho surrounding coun try j ' and, as in this case, tho very presses, types, and paper that were recently used to disseminate disloyal ; principles aro .now employed in ' sup poit of tho Constitution and laws made "by our foro-fathcrs, so ' we hopo from hill to hill, and from mountain to mountain the freo wjll of patriotism again kindling may spread -far. and wide, regenerating tho . whole South until onco moro the Star Spangled Banner shall every' whero wave. :. , The present is a most .important . period in' this m...

Publication Title: Winchester Army Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 12 July 1863

v r r. ;1 if : v i a i ft ?! , f i 1 s. t v ; !V. 1 u i J: r M j ,1 If' 1 1 1 ; I 1 j m iuj 1. m mi i YE COri'EUHEAD. Pcllow Soldiers of the Cumberland, loyal, bravo and true, 'Who have leftyodr fire-sides Southern traitors to subdue, - . Xct'aecnd homafora "Copperhead," a regular blatant "cuss," -; : . And the beauties of a soldier's life niako him fliaro with us. , ttVli put him in a 'pup-tent,' the cold ground fjr his bed, "With no "rubber"' underneath, no "govern - ' mcnt" overhead; Let him sleep thero- till morning, shivering and in pain, . . And each succor ding night should ho thesamo thingdo again. At breakfast time no dainty dish his appetite ; vould tempt, ; : ' Tor fro-n nueh little luxuries most soldiers aro ' exempt. "Sow-belly" should he breakfast on, rusty, poor and black, . ' Accompanied by coffee weak, and miserable . hard tack. ' Then .preparations quickly make, get every thing in trim, ."March, him off on picket, end may a 'scccsh pick at him,' -. 3Iuy every bush ...

Publication Title: Winchester Army Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 17 July 1863

Li. w i riri 7rt it" .1 SJ ' ) 1 , .;!.,, WINCHESTER, TEN A JULY 17, 16(53. NO. : i - 'illMV- PJIF T d"Sr w j v : j ; - i! DC n n 11L .:0.'lie. Jiatow of -V1 vrl iwin3 r.n.'li n; ).. pW.f ia.:"u..a ;.o I.iPrnl rat-.. i 21 Huu ct'ii li-omen u n- "J .T r;ic i . J U fi J V. I ' l:r.". tv r;s i. rMn-. '.' o -HllltD ' iSltilrfitl Battle Of Gettysburg, jj'w fearful. .Standing firmly up agtlrst the landmen nnguinary. ;f i. I: -.".. jf'i- fv b.Hok hot for rh vJ'm' for yoh'ejr, j maddi-aedby th'n ! jgs .0: r-.-Vorr it: 1 jinost death for d-0 . Frill tt, i aniv was f ajrf to rKrttav 'tiv :csl:.av iY . the:.- sr. ' f. - ..-'-.I Tl. V . '. - . - '- ' 1 - 2. ... . 3 - I . , i.'io corivjpop.tlou! of the ,nv y0Pitha momentum that r- 'hi-j: o.il.i ch.rk. a de;:ru::We fcrd .iJj.ilv.t reti utul;r MV 41 1U tm' ad quarts A kri(Jjt. xv,r, in ciar..-r o: , Jred. with J charge that wcmeraUe otm bcvLa Sect'! tit t" I 1 n 1 ,rJ. A,Urrt,vn.,t, tb.t M tl,y two dnysol tho butt , M th0 bt ana wnvr. ; :v:,w, i U...

Publication Title: Winchester Army Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 17 July 1863

...... - a j ... - ' C V.'T 1 , i';',t?r tb-j bluff, r:::r tvthe 24th Vt W:i, v ;t;;.V. -H.'CCiv. a'fi'H HVNy - x' ; 'v.:.;c: . icr'x threu-h bun, v!.vri:;'T ; v:h ")ovtJ::U-ii cry.cf nrrtaj 'ra; Oi-.i" I r.nj-:-.cv;' h';ar ajnSh." v rit t Uut odc-vely-i W this "' -A'-ar h. raiirly si! Hs ua- ':s .:h::i .the iiii.utvi ftfu-r tho -cp at'a'ny' time.j'riu is arc Mrrxilis from h:fl rrotnUc rhn-v no -autUoritv nud con - The new rom "t. M,;m' i.),TnrornmiMit!t) his school. I UientS of tao army : ...... .. . . y " e , Wf n t 1, of o v unless he has the riglit to enforce obedb No.longer .is . tk ier . YViitilii.L..:1 ,nc,,. Jut ifthcn-ht'totmforeo obc- impious upn4n- agt.t .Friday Morning:, July 17th. fence exists, no, al,, docAe duty. It ! der doubtful; nor LT.ili.i 'iltif v of tho narent and teacher. ; tho struggle kvgre The IVnr fur the Constitution. n that wav he deems most discreet, to ! Our worn and. .we.tr .i-ivi Tho war in which our country baWrr UU law. The'v should act u'm to look...

Publication Title: Winchester Army Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 17 July 1863

- ' : ft - f i I ' r ti -f - -- , .w Yokk, July 10. it..i. Oita? UdtjTip'aj Gen. Ha'ifck that . , m ........ 1" f v( i.i.n.i v :r.rr.,r.cM Sst i'nday morning. Ti? Union Uhon Mondty evcr.lr.r;, at vrhirh thrto the it of Fort "Warner v? prcgrrjsir.R vdtr. ftvary prospect of speedy carter?. I;yo rr.jni. were engage! ; ' Jlci (uzi!mi Arny cf r-.r .f v,:.""...r, July 14, l.eCs arm, withdrawn, f.-ox it tx . tion rtn;::i Yii!.irn.port yesterday, arid .last pcdM. Morgan's invasion of'In ziiana! The Now Albany Idgor etatos that the. rebels, as floon as thoy landed an Indiana soil, commenced a fvyatem" of plunder .and outrage, for which Join Morgar.'a name has- already become in fatnoius. At Mauckport tho houses of citizens wcro entered And tho furniture broken, bed clothc'5 and carpets torn in tatters, clonks and mtrrorri smashed r.--r.vd th Potomac Ivi r.cv..na at up, and a .-ipocicd of hind piracy carried r.r.in- V.V.r.. Hi.d d Ca a. W:i:-r.-.- out -.vhich wwuld have disgraced cvon f'mcini...

Publication Title: Winchester Army Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 17 July 1863

;i ' 'V- S '' V. r.. iMci:; :.: j r.-.uv-, j Prixxmers. ; :i;.r .i,f v t:; .andf ;M:ora of The administration - has boon much ... Aii; "i ' M. to- , j j' a n n v)el . by. advice, more earnest than r J 5 ' V- ' " V" " j iVo yoars having elapsed fine this - .-.:.. -' i ?;,no V;ltIier3vUy5tctii, of advising wan put in practice I ' ? . . wivs run! t liil- .Mid isa- .results d.avin? . folhr.vod.. it Inthe 1 at I: vi ,1 :u, r n n rak a. h v (? iV Kiii8ti.-Bfnrtt-i. Fi. ?rJ, I vt.. Co. Ai f Piice, 'vt., (o. G Lucm M.utk, pt-i Co. . - "vJi-''o- A-Ch. II.Wtl.ClU H..:iUr -rnr, Win- N '.ch. pit , r verity hi ltA ;iK-. . pvt. Rlishtly 4u -fu. Ca."-WiJi. Ur-1yttr, sevnely ia arm; John Kreyntn. pvt. Mjereir n - Co. l) . J. CiiMrd, pvt. (licMly in heutj Jaa. ktn.mw, rvt.Hirt.Mr in htdrC-B---IhytteWimtia. rvJ., JevetfJy in lraxt; Jti.'lVfidrick. pvt. Mvercly la t. ; to. V - Ady X Isu-torrl.tlifiMlTin Houaer. pvt .nevauly in f.eckl -. O A. M. rolT', Ott., HiKfctly la trHvin Hrce, rvt , tewety i-i tt...

Publication Title: Winchester Army Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 23 July 1863

WINCHESTER ARMY BULLETIN. Vi J'I,IMtIl$ll I'M'M, VOL 1. wixriii&TKH, texx., jilt i;, isg.:3. MvKT'T,. W TilK J.IFK MAJOR r.KN. A, M'D. M'tOOK, Mc -"''i Army Ct.ija. Tlli-. We ll kllo.VII lllld di-tMlguMlol General wa b .i'ii iii Ciiliiiiiliiiiiiii Cmuil v, Ohio, April "Jil, I'll, entered 'i'-t 1 i 1 1 1 Acnil.iniy Jiimi 1 7 , mii. I urn dualcd July l-t, IN',:!, when ln wiii iinl. I-. 'I to Newport llili r d--, Kentucky, sunt -III,-, ,i.'llllv Joined till' oil llcgilllclll L'.S Iu I'.illtry in N'W M' "tioo, where ll" served coll- tiniiii!!;,' until Jnniiiiry 1 H'. I'Vln'iuiry 27, 1HVJ, he reported for duly nt Wet I'iiIiiI, im in-lru. I t i,I' Infantry Tactics, Articles of Will', ll'l'l "Hi po. .ciollCO. lie left Wl"t I'oillt, April -', !!. I" muster in volunteers at C ,.iii,!.ii-, Ohio, mi, I v as !!-1 I Cob. ni l ol' l'n I i. Kegimoi.l Ohio Volunteers, then :il llnrri-li ii":, I'nni-j Ivmiiii, iiinl I'll mute I'm' W'll-llill'll.ill. II ' "US Willi General Scllcllok nh, 'M th:, I...

Publication Title: Winchester Army Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 23 July 1863

I lu Im,.! :v , i.:. mm in at- ! mm- I -Mud, I'M! U,-u I i0 1 1 , ; i u all ark liy tiem I " 1 1 i j 1 . 1 , I ' !..! l.-r.., h iI,.t.ui.I-.iu, :il ( !,.;. Shi in- wh.-iv ii was to ito-s .11.,! ill,- nv,,,. I.-ijv - .11, 1 in. Ili-r.,,,,,.!,,,!.,,!.!-.!,;,. il,vl,l .,. v.-ii. "lo'";"-- r I iiii-iii,,' t'". I., nr mil- v !-u.i- rn ,tin ,M:w 1 K . .1 u I v 1:1. ScVclai tin'lv .,-'.,-'(', .Inly 2.'.--.M-.i-ix.in.'-iiv- a ili-j ,v, ),., ,,; v Tli- .V. ,-.-.' Wa-li- mililia I c-i men I s :u ii od hero to il.iv. isv Ti:ij:(;iJ.vi'!r. ; .;:, i'i-.mm (Nm-itiimti, with .il. ":i m-ii in ..; in I :iva our .-ii'.:i- an:,y i- iii Vir- A W;i-hin:;-i;i dispatch wiys lh.it n:i j, I la-l ni-lit n,-ar M.-Arllmr. Vint. mi i " 1 m iji. on i-;i I n r.lii v the iv,h-s liri-il nil tile (',:-,.-. T!,i-in .ruin-' li- m- witl.iu u mile i . vi.-my i- -.ill hi I'l-sr.-... ;.!!; . ir- s,mcr (;,.,.,,, IVahmlv wis li field .'.HM, 111..', Ilia' ,l'.v. II lu 11- h a" llll-l III Tilt. Ml . ,1 , . ..." ,i i, -l' ill!...

Publication Title: Winchester Army Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 23 July 1863

elite 3iX) bulletin. r ivr ,v nam ' m I:,:-,; 1 are with til t.r: !.. Y'.'ir trn interest:- S Wo notice- thi-' jfallaiil 'avnlry IV.n mamlcr in town. He has jrtst return- (, . Jljil iild I'nion. lf'-cmbrace around llio 1 of that ,,;. '.. Wrap voiirv.'lvi-s in it lold.s J from JlmilsvilUs w l.cfc li:ix Loon ,,H.i -.r-l lUt y:i have teen .ti-aii fr s-vi-i:il 'lay.- on :tu important oxpe. . li-.jiti llr.; (i.iviTiui.fiit that liasw.i'lilioii, al the lica-l of Lis line Cavalry ' e.nanicd yon, ami under wlioo jtVj.s. i.r.i toi-lion on Lave irrowii to inipor . j 'I U i-ivjiI lias arrived v!ioii ::i in-. W i n c h cs I o v : Thu.sthy Horning, July 23.1. the r'i)i- oi 'i''tnu'fc '. lini 1 1 !.. I; a r: i lasiif.lioii l llir I'l si i! iif . W'. aii'.uies, .ln'v I-"'. ', ' . ' ., ' I-'1,! '; .... ' I. A Plan I.A.M TIO.V . , ' ! 'J... Ailni.J, 1,-1 l" I, . hi ami i :i-i .. 1' .1:1 ; I ' Mai . . a la,' lan-l hinI , v. '.a: ,n may '.vim propriety pe .'. I tended to l ho oiti.'.ens of 'lYnnes-ee ...

Publication Title: Winchester Army Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 23 July 1863

A lriiiu anil Iiiir-siv N-riM. Tlio Philadelphia North A mcric-ati of J jlv, 7th says: "Indojioinbinco Hquuro yesterday s-.iiv :ihilit. I'h ilit(pli ia nover In-fore u'.tiH-.vjcrl never limy again. Tlio li ongsof 1 1n! progress cf tlio 1'nion u'inst brought it iilout. When first proms lg.ti,(( ii largo number of tho nionibei-H (,( the f'nion League met t"o;i-;Id utly lit Iho I.OB7UU rooms .Tlii t.tiing increased 1.1 1 1 Lit the place va nearly lilleil. Tho people every where lui'l left there, places of busi ness, mill tlio members instinctively bought the (en inc houw for mutual Ol) gl'iitulatioll. ' 'It was proposal (hut something more Hutu nil inforninl recognition of ko linn 1 1 ii I lossing of victory should Ii3 made, and tho gcnlloinyu priMonl. took stops to mako it, Birg bid's band of forty-six instruments was secured, and with this ;it :ts head t : i o L'uion League, headed hy the l!ev. Kington Goldardand l.'ev. Dr. Kraiu iTil, moved down Chestnut Street If) Independence Sipi...

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

.11 iuijtijijjwu.wjiii)i.angiiaitwjic iUJJ "3H PLURIBUS' UNUM."; VOL 1. WINCHESTER, TENN,, AUG. '8th, 1803. NO. 4.. '" """". r I " I aspect of-tlio -Polish- insurrection has scarcely varied.' Events havo repeated each ether with almost a dreary mo. notony, until tho public have lost muc! 'JTEac Polish Ihswrrcclioaj. attacked anuwotuiiy cut up; ana tiio Wnol;ai5sig liie JLMrolc. ., For more than two months; says tho 1 were gladtc betake themselves to " Among tho rebel prisoners recently KcWork Commercial Advertiser, tho ; fljgt.-lho attempt at capturing tho captured in Virginia, who arivedjirf lum-tw uuiiumiuuuw. . wasnmgton lasi Tiiesaav, was a-uap Whatever donbt existed on the sab- tain who had been -paroled at VicW ject before, it is now certain that the Vpurg after its surrender. The fellow. Volhynian Poles have lost nearly all t n,nears.' violated his naroh bv.: i I I C TV1 IMl t 1 1 t iitiIK ( in ftnnon ' n( 4 inni . . '. I I of the interest which would otherwise , "T v WUB , 1...

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

BY TELEGKAPH. t, Louisville, Ky, July 9, 18C3. New yoiiK Commercial Washing ion letter saye : Admiral Wilkes ar "jived there, having .-been relieved of duty with West India Squadron. Dis tinguished member of Administration cri Tuesday remarked, Services, of ov- cry Major General would Boon bo ro juirod, and McClolIan' would, bo given position where his engineering abilities could.be displayed. Baltimore. Nearly 1000 rebels, cap tured by Gen. Kilpatrick, arrived, including.-GenY' Jones and 51 'commis sioned officers.; . ' ' J'cr ' York. Cotton, nominal GO; Gold .33 ,' Capt. liey wton reports that Gen. iMead said rebels lost 35,000 men and GO pieces of artillery ;ia, resent battles. ;- . :: ''.-, ,.; , ; Baltimore Lqq is reported to have advantage over Pcdorals equal to 12 hours ahead of us on their-rctreut. ' f ens. Buford, Gregg and Kilpatrick are miles in front of Ilagurstown. outh Mountain Passes are ours, Memphis. July 6th, via Cairo,, Itfu-. Advices from , Gen. Prentiss say at H...

Publication Title: Winchester Army Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 8 August 1863

fct J S3 ill 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 LOCAL. J. 7IBroiiaagcni, : : Editor. A- cool and refreshing rain fell yester day, the first of any consequence for several weeks. ' EST" The mar.y vacant rooms nbout town are fast filling up with goods and other "Yankee notions," much to the satisfaction of the citi zens, judging from appearance. If the pro prietors of these houses are of an en terr rising kind, advertisements of their goods for sale will appear next issue. . ' 2? For ' the benefit of all concerned we wiish it distinctly understood that the- Bulletin office is no place to loaf or swill ale and beer, and if gentle hints will not hereafter suffice, certain would-be hub Hues will leave with a boot ejection.- Placards on the stairs and doors freely invite you up if you have bus:-, nes, otherwise you are not wanted. 'Take heed and govern yourselves accordingly." -- r JEST Quite an interesting foot race occurred in the street a day or two since, between contraband and a 'jpsse of the Army Police...

Publication Title: Winchester Army Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 8 August 1863

- am 1'iHi.litd every week ty tn atscciatwn ofpriLtcrtt J. M. jmOMAGEM, , J. B. 1I0LC0MB, lVCASSJSKLElGH, II. T. LAYMAN, J. B.AYR ES. -1 "W i n c Jisfco r : Saturday Morning, Aug. 8th. The Kcettifcliy. Uecticns?.' The reports thu's fur, received from Ken tucky, shew, conclusively and unequivocally that the stands right upon the main questions of t ho day. Tho Union men havo swept tho Stato by a very handsome majority. Tho po'si t'on of tho candidates nominated by tho softs in Kentucky, is precisely the same as that-ad-vecated by Mr. Vallandingham, tho itinerant candidate for Governor of Ohio. Tho great principle -was that "neither litcn ncr money should bo furnished tho parties in. power .to crush rebellion;" yet at the onset Mr. Wick-' liffe, then in. Congress, voted for the bill to raise money to pay and equip volunteers called out for the purpose of staying the tide of rebel lion, -while Mr. Vallandingham, with, 'fori other traitors voted, against it one of whom, BcnWcod, ii now ...

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