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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 15 August 1863
.i ; : "",".! . " 1 1 " ' . , ' ' i ... , :-zv : WIN-CHE STEMf ssMlB BlIiitElIK ' : . ' - ' --r " ''.' "" 11 1 , ,. ., , ; . .UJEI..,3?X-XJISilSUfe;5 vtTNUM.M it VOL.L - - WINCHESTER, TENN; AW. 15th, -1863; fcifessfeh )i - "r " 'r ttO. 5.- ' ' ' ...,..,. ' ;. ; -t 1 ; . ; - vv ' - ----- ......... A Yankee farmer's Sell". student' retained' his dog, which ho havo butunc suit of clothes, and many of- witnesses daKy. Is a 'worths X" Soinowaffffishtiollejnaiis "not fiirfrnm keeps as a lessen ' to him never" to '..at- afo almost naked. Nearly ono tenth comment tinnn tho "-Xmn :n nan . . . . . i ii .i .... . . - . .. . r : ,...;s"w ...w c i ( - - - - ---- - tllO "CitV Of Notions " WOro rnrrnlm themselves one ' evening, at a house where they were accustomed to meet for a frolic, when an old fanner enter ed and inquired if ho could obtain a lodging there. The old fellow, who was a shrewd Yankee, saw at once that he was to bo mado thb . butt of their jests, but quietly taking off his hat, an...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 15 August 1863
Vittll YhU& fcvcry wceMy an association of printer! J.M. JRIIOMAOUM, J. 1MIOLCOMD, . V. CASSKiaEJGU, 11. T. LAYMAN, Winchester: ; Saturday Morning. Aug. 15th. War lietuccn Eiiglaisctnud Japan. 'Tho late foreign nows inform us of. .the threatening aspect of affairs between England and Japan, growing out of a demand made by the English authorities, upon those of. Japan for satisfaction for tho ' murder of English rubjects in tho" latter country." .Matters por tend an appeal to arms. Should war between those countries. occur, it wiU.bc a fino opportu nity fcr our Government to display and' prac tically illustrate English neutrality,' 'as shown by her in tho present war between the North ii ml South.'' It mieht be found convenient to open ur ship-yards to the Japanese, and, pos sibly, under the peculiar garb of the people of Japan, our country could produce jack-tars bold and reckless enough' to man several priva teers flying the peculiar colors of that peculiar people. English comm...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 15 August 1863
4 f if 1 , ir. r 1.1V I ! ' h ft local:; J. M. Ili'osijissrcHi, : : Editor. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1803. ,( jpgr Gov. Akdkew Joiinson paid Winchcs ter a visit on 'last Monday. The Govern or looks well, and we hope will livo long after this rebellion is subdued; indies in Camp. Mrs. Gen. KosKcitAXsnnd Mrs. Gen. McCook: havo visited this. place within the past few days, and their presence hero among the , sol dier? seems to cheer and please the boys much. Mrs. IlosECiUNS and daughter left on Satur day's train fo'r home, while Mrs McCook yet remains. "Tho social and int'tll-'gent qualities of these ladies," when brought in contact with lady rebels here,-will do much towards cor recting their ignorant idea3 of the northern people and society. The soldiers warmly wel come to their tented homes the ladies of those gallant generals, P.osKCRA.xs and McCook.. . For the benefit of papers published in New York, Philadelphia, ar.d those otlier cities "way down East," we'll Just say, thrt, notwith...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 15 August 1863
i r , J" Vf iJllll''' '' ii 'i i ' "urt , From the Ntw York Clipper. The Rebel' Excursion to the Ifccy ' stone Slate. ilovi dfe yoii Ucri. Lee. ! .: ,., I mi i , . . .. ff General Lee-the febel chief, you till per haps do know, V " " How he cahie north a short time since to spend a month or 8d i . ' . , . . Uut coon ho found tlio climate warm, altho' a southern man, And quickly huiriod up his cakc3, and quickly v toddjed homo again. Vhoru3 Ilow ate you, General Lee? It is; why ,' don't you longer stay? How( at'o your fnericU.iri Maryland, and Pennsylvania? . ' ... .'. ' ' . Jeff DaVis met liim coming back, "Wliy Gen eral Leo," he Bald, ' . ' "What makes you look and stagger so? there's whisky in your head." . Vot much. I think." said General Loo: "No whisky's there indeed; What mikes me feel so giddy, is, I've taken too much Meade." Chorus How are you, General? "But you seem ill yourself, dear Jeff, you look sad enough, I think while I've been gone, old Abo has us ed you rather roug...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 16 August 1863
i m ft SLJLVL 99 L t VOL 1. WI XCHEST IvU, TENX., AUG. ICth, 186:. If 0.5. VfY M 1. ULI v V In A YsanSicc Filmier' Nrl!. omo. waggish c-o! U'lian.s not far from the "City of .Notions," wore regaling themselves one cvoiiiii, at a house whore they wore accustomed to meet for ii frolic when an old tanner enter ed ami inquired it lie could obtain a lodging there. The old follow, who Avas a shrewd Yankee, saw at once that he was to he made the hutt of-their jests, but quietly taking oil' his hat, and idling a worthless littb dog ho had with him, to'lie under his chair, he took a glass of proffered beverage. The students inquired after the health o'' old man's wife and children, and the farmer.' ; uu alVeeicd sympathy, gave them tic? whole pedigree, witii numerous anecdotes regarding ibe f rui Meek, etc. - I M)o veil bekmrto charel '.'" asked I One ot lhe wags. 'Well, .1 don't belong to nothin' else ! Ycpt JJetsy," said the firmer. '1 suppose you would not ull a lie".:" j ashed the studen...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 16 August 1863
,w -f-'T ' V ! 1 j Villi.1 lad every wrrK Vy an ;;tH d;ition of prir.tcrr .1.31. I'HOM AGKM, .!. 15. IlOLCO.Mli, V. CAttSEKUiHUI, II. T. LrlYMAN, "W'i n ohostcr: Saturday Morning, Aug. 16th. WurlSctu'ccn i:iil;iiil:niI.T;iiKiEi. The late, foreign news inform us of the threatening aspect of nil airs between England and Japan, growing; out of ademand made by the I'lnglhh authorities, upon thoxj of Japan lor satisfaction for the murder of English f.; Meets in the la t tor countrr. .Matters por tend annmual to anus. Shou!d war between tho.e countries oeeur, it v. ill be a tine opportu :.itv for our Government to displav and prac--.ieally illustrate Engli.-di neutrality, s.s shown bv her in the present :r between the North and frouth. it might he found convenient to open our .-hip-yard; to the Jr.panf, and, pos billy, under the peculiar garb of the people of .Japan, our country evuld produce jack tar.i 1 . ld and rookies enough ton.an sou-nil priva teers tlying the peculiar colors of tha...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 16 August 1863
L OCA L . Swonl Presentation. Camp 'J'Jd RkuKIni). Vols. Inkt., Co. I). ) Wixckcst'-r, Tain., Awl;. 1st, 18'5. J l"or several night heretofore, when the stars -dune bright, and the moon's soft rays gave additional pleasure to the pleasant even-in"-", we have sat at our window and listened to the good old songs ofWlonnic Blue Flag," tlio St:ir Snaim-le 1 Uar ner."' "lied. "White r ira - - - . 1 H-iniUl-vm. I : Illlor. and Iilne." "I'll be gav and Huppy Still," and ? - 1 ; " ; 'others, sung hy one of our rebels friends over J iri command, Patiuck II. Caknky, on the SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, ISlio. j tl0 WIV, caged in the Court Hou.e. Jut,alas, , presentation of a sword and,lt, tendered to - - 1 i i i f i . .. that voice is now hushed, and the owner, at i 11,1,1 ns " mimme testimony ot our .strung Kmtou livu.Y.risSh' : Being aware of the deep interest you take in all that concerns our army. I beg to enclose herewith:! copy of an address read to our worthy 1st Lieutenant Zbx t'v. Axii;kv Joi...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winchester army bulletin. — 16 August 1863
Jm" 'a...if.,il.ix"" I 1 ) I ) i 1 4 Froi.i tlic X.w York Clipi'iM-. 'i'lie ISclH'l Exciir.flu to iho 2Cty- f.oy arc yon (Jen. Lcc. 1 '9'Ii g...... ...!.. 11 .. ... Att.irt S is in to v. Tho l'oston Traveler publishes the following extracts of a private letter from tho vicinity of Charleston: "Since leaving Charleston harbor, I learn tlinf, :i number of 1 h t mMh'op m ijnn no. cam ; iiortli a sliovt tune since to sncnu . . . , , .. ;t r.ioMlt or .-o, "s0 uon clnas have been obliged to re- Jiut soon he i')uu 1 the climate warm, altho' tiro in consequence of tho exhausting ii southern man. character of tho'r duties on hoard. And nui. kly huiried up KU cakes, and quickly .xm tint v ,,.vec9 lKlV0 jCen sl;died toddled homo nffflin. bv ol,crs: 1 Of General Lpr, the rehe! chief, vou all ier i i h.ij)- do know, C h'.wus How arc vou, General Lee? it is; vhv don't you loncv-r stay? How are your iVu-iuU in Maryland, and lVnnsy Ivnnia? :clf Davi- mot him coining hack, ''Why Gen eral Lee," ho sa...