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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 10 February 1863

3 , X'. "" u..r.;v 3 ULLET1N. t ' 1 'THE WILL OF A PEOPLE KESOLVED TO BE FKEE IS LITTLE LESS Til AX OUNII'OTKNT." VOL. h W1NCIIESTEK. TEMN.. FEBRUARY 10. 1803. NO. 95 'WINCHESTER "" " DAILY B FT. SLATTER, PROPRIETOR. . Terms : Notice to Subscribers. 'Wbw you find fc-J beforo your namo on yottr paper, please renew your subscription, M it u ft notioe that the time for -which it bM bwn paid will expire in a few days. Jg A. wry limited space in the Daily Bul imia -will bo allowed for advertisements. Tq$l for each square, 1st insertion ; 60cts 0k Meh subsequent insertion. Articles of much length, intendod for publi cation, west be handed in in the forenoon to (insure publication next day. Obituaries, Tributes of Respect, and Funeral iBYiUtiotM charged as advertisements, but niar vUgM and deaths published a:; nuws Adverilsententa cf charitable institutions at lhalf price. Late European Intelligence. Tho following paragraphs aro from the Nassau corropondoot of the Char leston Courier, who ...

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. — 10 February 1863

. .1.. I tka ww T.J! teat.' ' Hea l Quarters, Jimy xf.wuiMsee, f Tin.LAUOMA,'Veb. 8,188 GENERAL ORDE1.S.V V" ' o.49:. . f T I. At a General Court Martial convened tt TullHhonia, Tenn., Jttnuary28d, 1868, ht suauce of Special Orders, No. 14, Paragrph 8. u- - . "V. ' . . . w,,,lV. oi uncivil d country ! wo ..i;r tdlu-c, wo an l.ree I 1" postpone , 'o . . 1 i r : ""7v iMvv.ur.iv a, i iTTEB. i;.. ..n.-iii-.i ,,,.1 wu,,l,M ii. thi : ' - j- lbut. Abl'ua!U Lin' S. L. t A.VVV.VY. J.M-.VIirr. W i ii o hos t.t-r: Tuesday Morning:. Feb. 10th. 1 1. L U regiment until our hex I imu'. A;i i . t , ,i,..t wewdUtatathattho list wa j:i ' i hutnOorou among mo -'o 1 ... . I. !'.. I'M.-....f f.. ;n were; ui otner wjci-, wiu ? from theso Head ifunrwm, uniu luuunoma, Jamiury -0, 180;5, whoreof Col.-Alex. McEto i iMv;n;;iv.k m ;i iem--. v-..-- - ( , January IIU, l0.if waoreut vut. awx. jac&T - . I 4 . It Mri u,i .:rc-;!.o.l himself at our "" ' "l v . "; , stry. Gd A abaiua Keat. w rreant, 1 . , , , . W...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 11 February 1863

WINCHESTER DAILY BULLETIN. "THE WILL OF A PEOPLE RESOLVED TO BK FKEE 13 LITTLE LESS THAN OMNIPOTENT. voi;.'i V' W.$ SLATTER, PROPRIETOR. x fcaastiittA 232! CHORUS I A Notiea to Subscribers. Whi you' H befr your name on oor paper, pleas renew your subscription, m It it a notioe that the time for which It U been paid will expire in a few day. U3 A. very limited $pact in the Daily Bul imia will be Allowed for advertisements. Terms, $1 for each iquare, 1st Insertion ; &0cU tor eackiubtequent iniertion. Arficres of much length, intended for publi cation, cst fca banded in la the forenoon to itajure publication aext day. Obituariea, Tributes of Kespect, and Funeral flariUtions charged as advertisements, but mar riages and deaths published as news Advertisements of charitable institutions at U( price.' n i. j..sss: vGorrpondene of the Daily Bulletin. A courier from Gen. Wharton's Brig fide of cavalry brings to Shelbyville the fallowing letter to tho Bulletin. It I will 6e found interes...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 11 February 1863

ffk flaili! guUctuuj BY GAXNAWAY & SL ATT Kit. h. I. taiAWll. W. J. blAITLR. Ar i n o li o tor: Wednesday Morning, Feb. 11th. I Jl 1 !. .j- Tlio Times! Thcro was nothing of particular in ttrust transpiring at lust accounts from the front. Tho enemy havo one portion of their main army u- Christiana, on tho rail road, Which is ten miles frow Murt'rees boro, and ono mile from the Shelbyvillo piko. They also havo a portion of cno of thoir corps-d'armee ut Koadyvillo. How far tlicir pickets are in advance of thttso points wo havo not hoen relia bly informed, but presume- thoy aro Bomo dintanco iu front of their lines, as wo havo continual oliirmishin from d:iy to day. Our scouts encounter thoir cavalry pickets twenty miles this sido of Murfroesboro. Tho enemy mako trerpiont attempts to forage, with u heavy forco, and are as often re fill laed. From every appearance along our lines, it seems as if wo were determined to locato permanently at the point se lected, or rather in Middlo Ten...

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. — 12 February 1863

. - T ' ' . . . -. - . j i ll c t. J5 !: it.ki; is j.itti.k i.i's than omnipotent." It" X., ! fclHU'J A 11 Y i-J. 1803. NO. 97 "l"" l 4 ii. . ..... . Xm-m.x BU ' ViJ ." ' : Notice to Subscribers. Wh5C you. find tw-foro y.ur mime ' tour paper, idctis rom. your subscription-;, . . ,' -' I U 'notice ;that the time tor winch 1 '5 V-X 'bWn paid wiir cxpiro in ii few days. J " St A wry i'ii"iat siwm in tui' .1)a,.v ., Mmift win bo .allowed lor udM-rtlsoiiiori.-k-'l ", " ;,ieriWl$l'for (ch spini, 1st insertion ; '''vv -J 'grouch subsequent insertion. ' b- ' ' 'Articles of yiuch length, intended for puoti ' caion,ut,bc handed in in the forenoon t- tjj. jn'ure puMie'atit.n ;K-xtday. ... ' ,; , Obitimriqs, Tributes, of Hos-art, and .uncral,; . , Invitations charged .us advertisements, but iiiar-., jihees und 'dentin jmblishcd us news ff ... .P. .: ... ..I' .l...i.W.. Ill ; r -1 i I 1 1 1 1 1 . ill SI hi i fgrajip. iv vi.-iit on Sutoliw lust and was !'.)( ! iiMoti iy our pickets one Yankee i (...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 12 February 1863

fe3 ; 1 V ! .' i : fi ; r , fi. , ji ! ' M t r. ! I j ... I' .V? ,,s: : " BY (iAXNAWAY & S LATTER. H. L. t.V.VUWAY. W. J..MATIK.I:. V inch (; s 1 o r : Thursday Morning, Feb. 12th. UiL J --' .. . .. - - - CT1 Jn:t.. "ri..H;t Uopubl., rueiew- AMUU MUUHUlj;tlercnt r.ewspuprrs. in which it wv be scon that tho Question as to a nt wo shall have peace is one of mei speculation. While some have looUec forward to a change fur the hotter as u consequence of the success of t!o dem ocratic party North, others argue from as tenable standpoints that sucli kuc cess will hut serve to continue t lie war. As for ourself, we confess wo only see ourselves two years nearer the. end than we wore tiro yearsayo. This expression will at once lay hare o;ir ported ina bility to conjecture when peace will come, and is the shortest and most ex plicit answer we can give to the hun dreds ot men and women who inquire of us, every chance, as to what we 7 M think about peace. We have hcreto tore conjectured hav...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 13 February 1863

rr-vrTiVT i ' ' ,. I ,'TUK WILL OF A PEOPLE HESOLVKD TO BK Fit EE'. IS LITTLE LESS THAN OMNIPOTENT.'? fQli:n:y WINCHESTER,'TEiN., FEBRUARY 13, 1863. NO. 98 SW-MSB I lilt i ' 1 ' .- D -" jr, J. SLATTER, FJtOPJIIETOJi. .jjy i T " '.' : 1 'T l-i o-i ., . ' , , r : Notice, to Subscriber. "' WHM.jjKIfi4 beftilo y.Qur name on tour paper, please .renew your subscription, ,7tt noticp that. th time for which it hM been pai4 will expire in u fow ilays. j 1f& Mry m jxu in the Daily Bul Wtt fHVibq allowed (or itdvertisemi-nts. Terms, $1 for eacfi square, 1st insertion ; GOc-ta for acb lubaequent insertion. : : Articles of much length, intended. for publi cation, .jaCilWidaTin in the forenoon to jiwure publication next day. ,Ubituarie, Tributes of Kespect, and" Funeral Invitations charged as advertisements, but mai liages and deaths published as news , Advertisements of charitable institutions at ,hlf price..; i U : 1 ' ' from the Chattanooga Rebel. Hon. Mr. Conrad. In a reent,disjc.us4ion o...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 13 February 1863

I ' Mi i ft I' She gaits bulletin. I liV (U.VNAWAY & S LATTER. S. L. NAMAttAT. . J..81ATIER. Ar i ii c h e s t o r : Friday Morning, Feb'y 13th. Tlio Times ! Our readers wero promised the facts in relation to the situation of affairs between this and Naihville. We go beyond tho latter place, and make a statement of the attack upon Fort Donelson by our cavalry forco. From all we can learn, wo thinU that our cavalry remained too long after the first attempt. It was, no doubt, the intention to have surprised the garrison and captured it, and destroy tho property. Ab soon as our cavalry iound they had not surprised it, but on tho contrary found it garrisoned with twelve hundred men, bohind trong entrenchments, with plenty of artillery, they should havo retired. Wo cannot always havo that luck in sur prising garrisons that wo did atilui frecsboro, when it was captured by Forrest ; and wo ought not to havo at tcmptod to attack a point strongly for tified with artillery, which took the...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 14 February 1863

XT ft "ir.'Tn c r r.T . r 1 tin i 1 t LLETIN. 1JUI "THE WILL OF A TliOl'LE UNSOLVED TO J5K FKKE IS LITTLE LESS Til AX OMNIPOTENT." .ft ?, V! ft V DA. JL . yoL.;'." IllllllHf"""" ....... jft-TT . . - ... - yTj. SLA TTER, I'fiOI'Rlb'.TOtt. trig aoout a Ciiarge are I'm .lepOMt; of -ill", Lineolu bv : ri armed r.iob, civil- , v Notice , to Subscribers. Whkv ju flnd.tfj bcfon yoyr name on your paper, plnu renew your subscription, as it 19 a .-notico tUut tha timo for which it bas botfi paid.wiJUxpiM.in ul-Ct X M.l.TTi.1 I I'll. M I II fir. III I lit lllllV illll" I V OT3-J , f , ,. n,i.,rt;nn'nf;. ion 01' military, wh'cll U tie. VbL ad IftllU ,WUl. l);miin. -- -- . tho ditiienlt- has presented itself to many minds that w-ish it were possible ; or such :v lou t and emphatic oxire.?sioii r f public o rji niou as shall eoavbioo 'Jr. Lincoln, once ibr all, thai ho mast sur round himself with statesmen and gen erals whom iho country crtn init, :im! that' he hin'iif tivi"! res !:':! !i I . .i ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 14 February 1863

if he flniln bulletin. ' liY GANNAWAV & S LATTER. L. CAVNAtUf. ' J-KUnEIt. W i n c host o r : . - Saturday Morning. Feb'y 14th. Tho Timcjs ! Tho enemy aro concentrating the mostof thoir foreo ar Spring Hill ami Franklin, anJ ncom to ha endeavoring X'j out-flantc us on the left. They may intend thia movement aa a feint, to cover eomn movement in our front, but wo aro inclined to boliova t bey aro in earnest in their flank move mont. Thoy soom to know that wo aro ready for thorn, and aro afraid to .-ittack our works in front, and aro try ing to jo around uh, with tho hopes of compelling us to fall back, but they will try in vain, aa we aro ready for them at all points. Wo ara informed that a spy, from Giles county, was to have boon hung at Tullahoma yesterday. He was pointod out by tho Captain of Andy Johnson's body guard, (who desortcd and come over to in somo time since,) who states that Una npy, whose name wo woro unable to loarn, had, to his own knowledge, recoivod, at threo d...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 15 February 1863

WINCHESTER DAILY BULLS "THI "WILL OP JL PEOPLE RESOLVED TO BE Fit EE 13 LITTLE LESS THAN OMNIPOTENT. WINCHESTER, TENN.. FEBRUARY 15, 1863. NO. 100 TIN. IV 1 Notice to Subscriber!. It rrjcir you find X before your name on ! fi notice that the time for which it iu been paid expire in a lew I W7jT i J iMinwW be allowed for advertisements. br ewh subsequent insertion. I Article of much length, intended for publi- i iTTt ha handed in In the forenoon to I . MUWUl "v . - II biure pubHction next day. I' obituaries, Tributes of Respect, and Funeral ... j4ufha nnhHshrl aa news ' Advertisements of charitable institutions at Jialf price -BR An Abolitionist for Peace. A few days since S mator Conway of Kansas, one of the most ultra, as well as one of the ablest of the Repub Ucan members of Congress, made a Strong speech in favor of peace and 'the stopping of the war. The speech !is said to have the approval of Gen. Andrew, Charles Sumner, VV. Philips, 'Horace Greeley and other leading abolitioni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 15 February 1863

She gaito gullctm, " BY GAM AW AY & S LATTER. l. (iA.vvmr. w. j.umn. AV i ii c h e s t o r : Sunday Morning. Feb'y 15th. LIJJJ The Times ! Wo have information from Nashvillo from a party who loft that plaeo ton days since, that Rosecrans' army had not been reitaforcod up to tho time of his departure. Wo also havo reliable nows from a gentloman direct from Louisville, that Roaocrans' troops aro deserting by hundreds. Our informant took all the by-paths to avoid tho enemy's pickets, and said Jio found the wholo country from Louis ville to tho Curuberlacd liver full of abolition stragglers and deserters, and remarked that they seem to havo taken tho same precaution to avoid their own Uloro M ono ot lm country s in . . . ... , ,. , vaders bite the dust: afterwards joined r ' ol. Starncs, and I fear has paid a thorn on his route, j patriot's debt. If this be the cast, Rosecrau.s' army j J)0 Kalb Iluddlcston, another youth must bo much weaker to-day than'f seventeen, was shot through ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 17 February 1863

TOCHESTER DAILY LETIN. THE WILL OF A VKOPLK UNSOLVED TO HE FK& IS LITTLE LESS t7iaXOMXI1'o"tEXT." VOL. 1. WINCHESTER, TENN.. FEBRUARY 17. 18G3. NO. 101 BUL W. J. SLATTKR, PROPRIETOR. lerxn: &SJ8 SWIMS. 22ISy . Notice to Subscribers. Whkn you find before your nnmo on your paper please " renew your subscription, as it id u notioo that tho time for which it has been paid will expire in a few days. Bgk. A very limited space in tho Daily Bul letin will ''to allowed for advertisement. Terms, Si for each stjuarc, 1st insertion j 60ets for eacn suhsequcnt insertion. Articles' of much length, intended for publi cation, must be bapdeu in. ra tho forenoon to iniuro puMicuficm next day. Obituaries; Tributes of l'lespcct, and Funeral Invitations charged as advertisements, but mar rinijes and deaths published as news Advertisements of charitubla institutions at half price The Demise and Burial of Maj. G. W. Kelso, of the 9thTehn. Tho death of tho one whoso name heads this articlo was a ma...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 17 February 1863

.lit A,Jk- '1 t . ffhc gaUn bulletin. UY GANN VWAY & S LATTKK. " Wincliostor: Tuesday Morning. Feb'y 17th. Tin) Times! ii !otli Jinnies uru blockaded by (Ion. Mad. Our troops are within :v milo and u hall of Uio enemy's forces, on the I'liionville pike, noiir Union ville. They give each other a morning faliae daily, in tlic way of skirmishing, hut neither aro able to advaneo and exchange cards, owinu; to the deep mud, and their fears ul "putting their foot into it." The wily cloy; Ko.secrans is endeav oring to effect an advance hy the Unionvdle pike, sons to approach Shel hyvillo by that routo, and the Shelby, ville pike, and likewise by a road from Franklin, or rather Spring Hill, which is this pide of tho latter place where they have a large forco. Little "Hoston" seem to bo tho centre of attraction, and as soon as the roads will admit of an advance, we may look for a vigorous attack upon that city of Yi.nnt'n. Wo think it very prohoblethat Com modoro Wheeler with his tint hor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 18 February 1863

ESTER DAILY BULLETIN THE AVILL OF A l'KOl'LH HKSOMTED TO UK FiiEK IS LITTLE LESS TJIA AN OMNIPOTENT." ITfrr VOL. 1. WINCHESTER, TENN.. FEBRUARY 18. 18(i3 .ULUL'i.Ll' NO. 102 jr. UTi'iK ll,lt witl thoso w,1 havo murdered her sons on every iiold from Texas to the J. SL.rVTh;it,:iROlUli:Tjt. Atlantic. "" -- E NATO It WOLKB'S JclXT KtXlLVTMXS. t liert'ili, the Dl'CSOIlt civil uvi.i- into SJ33-l-S.a,ia5Sraa2Dat?S3: which the people havo been fbrccd by t- the-.wickodaud fanatical factions North Koticeo Subscribers. and youth, is detrimental to tho best : . Wnisw 'you find before your mum? on '"torcsts of the country and of man- your pupor, pleas.! ruuw your suU Tiptioii, kind, and a reproach upon ilio civili.a- Hfl it is a .noiicft thnt thu timu for which it tion of the ago. lilliii" thu land with has b?en ptud will expire in u few ihivs. willows .n.,1 I,,,,,? , i A very United, pure h,ihr Duil'v I'.ul- V ? V, . or ,ll!l,ls. ""Miming households ; and in wicked disregard of tho people's vo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 18 February 1863

- C , i i " -i i 11rt4!t 1 tnlIt-re t0 S!l' ,jUt not m0Il & UC i'iUUj UllUUi ; stnigo than true, wo occasionally sc r JL:-. n l.uiuaii buiiiL; in the Southern Con- 15V GANNAWAV "& SLATTKii. fink-racy who l.us the presumption to ""-".""nivoi-a rc-union with the lankcc mi- b. L. UA.NMW AV. ! Wli:it in the mime , , - ". i- ... ... - ol common benso uoos ue men mi....... no Hob tor: Wednesday Morning. FeVy 18th.; ,u they Uosiro au eternal association r-rv Wltll tilO llieU!ie.L uuu ih'wb ""-I""'1 Tito Times! I mitie.ii on earth? Aro thoy partial to -' ! ...hat class ol 'fallen men" Avhom the Wo presume tl.aUoineof oar readers ! heavoa .lbomi. uracil the look-out for gun-boaw, j "at(,H )o th.y .loiire Amal-amatioii-owing to tho lute heavy fall (4' ruin, ! liUf infide!s, liol-bers, Cut-throats, Jay during tho past two (lavs and night. JIawkers, Abolitionists urn. Unnlcn rs It is true that it will raisothe mors, t. rule and do.uinivr over liberty, in 11 1S 1 l.i i,.,. v;hii, ( noil ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 19 February 1863

i POTATOES J r i tt, MLP BUt GAB. -ROCEKlEs, 9'ld Stand, ' wi,l end me by 'd good Irish p07, e' LETIN i.TIIEVlLL OF. A WSOl'Lli KiOLVKD Tu UK FKKH IS LITTLE LESS THAN OMNIPOTENT." ui: ' i : 'Alii:, WINCHESTE11, TENN., FEBRUARY 19.18G3. s I - NO. 103 utmost lat- -Notice to Subscribers. tjf. dd tdblj I1 or tt, RD. wi,l U' jmid for AUSTELL. KNBI) xot !d h paPli6(; but me. Tiiw, J "1 wilj 'KISJXAN. LLJXO IX rt'nt for t)4w tabB, utfletv. r ( iu iuliii nlfc., 'IRA BLf ' od ohu -A. ft. 'tud to Di n (a nfty r. fiinA-fnrtl llTlfrithoro had always boon the ''rVRiioyRiYTOR " iIr-Kio moved" that tho Senator r:srAmnt,PLorm-wKL :havo ,o:iVO (0 on JFo w;lnt0)l tho -.ArrrrrcTT.TTr.TTtv.i.:'.' A Senator to express his opinion on the sending the r rer.eu jIhiisloi- to Uieii ! moud, ;uid in sending messages Ihrougli ! him to Jeff. Davis. tizJ$ M.1-,.lofl,ro yur ni'n on i Mr. rosier (hop., (,onn.), Paid thin .niDer plettso onw your subscription, was entirely out oi'crJvT, aud ho ob- it is a nonce mai. ...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 19 February 1863

She f ailg fgulletin BY GANNAWAY.& SLATTEK. S. L ti ANN Aft AT. VV. J..BLAIIEB. W i n o h est'pr: Thursday Morning, Feb'y 19th. . Tho Times! 0 j All Is quiet in front, with the exception of a littlo skirmishing from day to day, which id to be expected when two armies are in close prox imity. It is very probable that the enemy will take advantage of the lata rains and riao in the Cumberland to bring heavy reinforcements up the river, as Eoaecruna would hardly maintain his present position without he has been already reinforced some little, with a prospect of a large increase in his ranks. It may be that the condition of the roads may delay an advance upon the enemy's part, for some weeks yet, but we may look for activo operations, and a vigorous attack, as soon as the weathor will permit, and the roads become ufflciently settled, to mako any onward move ment safe. "Where Kosecrans is to recoivo his reinforce ments from we are unable to say, but presume they will consist of a port...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 20 February 1863

HESTE "DAILY 17 TI H i H 1 i M n "THE "WILL OF A PEOPLE RESOLVED TO UK FREE IS LTTTL12 LESS THAN OMNIPOTENT." BOX N "T I IT f 1 1 Notice to Subscribers. if:, a . d'.. . Whk you una y Dcioro your name on rrjgnow your suoscripuon, io time tor which it spire in n few days. in tho Daily Bul- it. ILHi'Will tdttwed for advertisements. rtjCll I form's, $l-for leach square, 1st insertion ; oOets blT-tr" I ffe5ch subscquenUntion. Ii ArtialM of muoWwiii?tn(4nteiiilod for publi- I tian, must ba banded in in the foronoon lo I Inwre publication ;nextdy. , 'TlJf I . obituaries, Tributes of liespect, and Funeral ll m T...:.tirtini'hnriTpfl ns ndvorii.Ji'tnpnts. hut innr- ri?n and deaths published as news Advt'rti8cmtaKvv0ftlch'arttable institutions at WTpricq.,.,., HJJ - i ' V " The Grapevine, liko other nut J news, is pretty well "stuck up." The oniv items. we hear from tho afllicted cityofNashvilloisth.it tho notorious abolition J$fprftal 'Mitchell is issuing ismao abominable orders relative to ...

Publication Title: Winchester Daily Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester daily bulletin. — 20 February 1863

She ataitn SitllctiuJ -5 BY (i ANN A WAY & SL ATT MSI. 1. L. .A.NAft.V Head Quarters, Army of Tennessee, Tullauoma, Fob. 11th, 18C3. GENE HAL ORDERS, No. ;;;"). Maj. Tom Miller. We were peused with a visit yester day from tliix exc-diont officer and old U. J..sLlTri:B. ! t'rieiiJ" of ours, wlio entertained us, at I I. At u General Court Martial convened at J ' A . , , . ,. , t. ,.; Tullahoma, Tenn., January 2od, 180.1, in pur- our rctviost, with a l.rn-t relation ot ' of stit-inl Or,W. . 14. iVrnmUh Yr i H (5 ll '? S t ' 1' I ' i.-.n" imprisonment at Fort Warren .11. from these II. -ad Quartets, dated Tulla- : . . . , lit v ,, . homu, January 'JO, l.xij:;, whereof Brig. (Jen. min-. FeVv SOiV'I' ' avkclood.C(loiu. Vo could .,. c. i;rottn fs rt.sia,.t, was amused and im:i;il.O tiiO J'y ne iuui ins usspua ir irica : Friday Mo Tho crimes 1 ii .ilTi t ifi -n i prisoners lelt when tl.ey heard ot the' " -u - ' S-. ou I nv.n j tho lollowinir chanro and sneeihcation : ic'oi ions career o...

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