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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 6 May 1864

t j,- rvrn ROSS & ROSSER, Publishers: 1 MAYS VILLB, KY.pTHIDAY-MAY G 1864. VOLUME 2 NUMBER 4 4S - -v :f-rt V-."" . J KATES OF ADVERTISING, . - A square ia. Twelve lines of this aize type jaal te about 100 words or manuscript. a a .S ' a o. CQ - s o - 3 o Z. EQ 1 Insertion ' 't Insertions - Insertions One Month Two Months Th.ee Months Fix Months One Year t.0O$1.73$2.6O$8.O0$.00 110 -. 10 -50 8.50 4.00 8.00 J 5 3.00 8.00 4.60 5.50 10.00 2.60 8.50 6.00 ' .60 16.00 4.00 6.00 8.0010.00 20,00 6.00 7.50 10.0012.50 25.00 7.50 10.00 12.50 15.00 85.00 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 THE BULLETIN. -rUBLlSnED EVEET-THUESDAY BY- . Editors and Proprietors. " Jl A VSVIf.T.R. MAY 5 . Waiting by tlis Gate. . . . - i- t f - - . . ST WILLIAM CCLLEH BBTANT. . Beside a znassiTe gateway built cp in years gone .Upon whof a top the clouds in eternal shadow lie, "While streams the evening sunshine on fkel -. wood sod lea, .- ; I stand and calmly wait until the hinges turn for rne The tree-tops faintly nut...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 6 May 1864

THE BULLETIN. MAYSVILLE. MAY 6. 1864. (KrGold declined in New Tork Tuesday b 77. - OSoma radical papera tre very much agitated becanse eoldiera of the Eight Ten nessee broke op a colored children in Co lombia, Teoo., and flogged ita colored teach er on the ground that white children, being fcnabla to- obtain the advantages of educa tion, be ahonld not, after doe warning, ex tend the privilege to little negroes. QrAt the regular annual meeting of the members of the Union Agricultural Society for Mason and Bracken counties, held in Germaotown.on the first Saturday in April, 1864, the following persons were elected aa officers of said society for the ensuing year: H. SMOOT, President. W. H. Rstnolds, 1st Vice President. Dr. W. H. Bobebt8oh, 2d Vice President. David Brooks, 3d Vice President. Directors for Mason County. Samuel Foreman, . John E, French, Richard Kirk, David Wood, B.D.Owens, - B.W.Wood, A. Killgore, Thornton Norria. Directors for Bracken County. Dr. j. Taylor Bradford, Dr...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 6 May 1864

THE BULLETIN. rUBLISIIED EVERT, THURSDAY BY I O Tt O S S 33 It , Editors and Proprietors. ; MAY8VILLE. may a . . Increase) of the Price of the Bulletin. : The Subscription price ef the Bcxlktxit will, hereafter be 0i 8 Dollar and Fim Ccsts per year, instead of Oss Dollar. S7 announce this necessary advance to our Subscriber! with some feeling of regret, as we would gladly have avoided the in crease of the price of onr subscription if we cooKl have done -so with any degree of justice to ourselves." The high prices of pa- - per, ink and labor are each as to make it ab ' so!ately certain that the old price will not ' afford as a sufficient remuneration for our - outlay, and we feel confident that our pa trons are too gooerous to reqa ire at our hands . such a sacriSce as we should be required to make if we continued to provide them the - paper at the low price of one dollar. The ' unprecedented advance in the prices of all the means of living, consequential upon the .. depreciated curr...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 6 May 1864

4 i I. ; a i I ti i IS i !$ 3 v; ft ti 1. IK 1 Eft E-4 T ' it i t;. f 1 V 4i 1 J 'if it Th Biblb Oat of ithsve oima el! the par moralitieSr-vFrom it bave sprang all ..sweet, charities.. -It bas bean, the motive power-of regeneration and " reformation' to miltioca-of tnea.'- 'It has "Comforted the bumbV, consoled the moamio, sustained iBe uffenog'. and given trust'and triumph to' to tbe dy ing. Tba jylseofd man bas f "n asleep with it folded upon his breast. Th J BimpIpJiQUagetlJbas.uaed Jt for a dyiDg pit-- low: nH o7n lk innnrant child ha brrfttbed rhis issthspp sigh tvittTbia fin- fera betwaea its promise f e ghtod leaves. - -.. r ' ' . - '.-f posse's paper money bobble, ; and -vice and tret j crime are I creasirg pr'ee i of ev- ery "tbfng' are'fdlpg ijp anTthe nigger Si , absvepar bet pnre tf Hglon ar d poor white peoym a I, a n JHCOU Df a DO. Ajl OeriJ Wlil soon be obsolete. -The"dev 1 seams to have ''. )been enchained,' and all his angel let loose. ."'. - - ; - It , -'v A color...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 12 May 1864

MAYSMLLE ;'EEK ROSS & ROSSER, Publishers. MAYSVILLB, KY.f THURSDAY, IVf AY 12 , 1864; VOLX7MB 2 NUMBER 4? LI LL1TIM, RATES OP ADVERTISING. A' square is Twelve lines of this size type ejual te about 100 woraa 01 roenuscnps a 9 CS 3 a CO s CQ CQ . i Insertion . -2 Insertions 3 Insertions One Month Two Months . Th.ee Months fcix Months One Tear a B a 1 .00 $1.75 $2.50 $3.00 $6.00 $10 1.50 2.50 8.50 4.6(J 8.00 15 2.00 8.00 4.50 6.50 10.00 20 2.50 8.60 5.00 8.60 15.00 25 4.00 6.00 8.0010.00 20.00 80 5.00 7.50 10.00 12.50 25.00 85 7.50.10.00 12.50 15.00 85.00 50 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 80 THE BULLETIN. , PUBLISHED EVERY THUKSDAY BY BOSS At BOSSPB. Editors and Proprietors. maysviixk. MAY 12 THE MONEYLESS MAN. BY BENBT T. BTASTOI. Is there no secret p!ace, on the faee of the esrth, "Where charity d welleth .where virtue hath bi rth! Where bosoms in mercy and kindness will heave , And the poor and the Txetched shall "ask and . receive!" Is there no place on earth where a knock from...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 12 May 1864

THE BULLETIN. FUBLISIJKD EVEET THTJESDAY BY ' Ft O 8 8 Sa BOSSER, Editors and Proprietors. w A YSVIM.r. MAY 12 r : WAR MEWS. A great variety of dispatches concerning tne campaign sgainst Richmond, .but little or nothing was official or reliable in tbem. tilt ia reported that among tbe killed on the .' Federal side ia Oenl. Wadawortb, late Re- publican candidate for Governor of New fTork. One re;.ment of -Pennsylvania Re . servea were, it is aaid, made prisoners by ' - tbe Confederates. It is reported tbat Getl . Longstreet is seriously wonnded, od tbe . Confederate side, and that General Jones and Jenkins were killed. Jenkins is from : Western Virginia. - We have the report of tbe capture of Pe tersburg by tbe Federals, bat it is after ward contradicted. The New York press of Monday are very eiutious in ibeir comments on the battle, bat ell are hopeful of the result TLo Arkansas army under Steel, inita ad- vance to Sbreveport, Louisiana, bas been most disastrously defeated. He has s...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 12 May 1864

THE BULLETIN. MAYSVILLE. M A 12. I8M Increase of the Price of the Bulletin. The Subscription price of tbe Bulletin trill hereafter be On Dollar and Fifty Cents per year, instead of One Dollar. (Official dispatches have been receiv ed by the War Department from tbe ad vance, announcing the inocessea of the Fed eral arms. Our loss In killed, wounded and missing is set down at 12,000. Tbe greater portion of the wounded are set down aabut light'y injured. Thanks. We are indebted to the cl erks of the steamer Magnolia, Capt. Lew. Mob bis, and bis assistants Thrasher & Pat terson, for late Cincinnati papers. CrThe Alabama put into Capetown for coal and supplies on March 20. Semmes baa destroyed, during bis Indian sea cruise, seven snips. He reckons the damage to the Federals at $5,000,000. " OrAccounts agree that Beauregard Is confronting Butler with 20,000 troops. QT-Three citizens of St Louis were ar rested oo Thursday, charged with counter feiting United States currency. They bad i...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 12 May 1864

fiJ sElr v Thy gorgeoua youth began, ont not to fade. When all thy sinter planets Lave decayed; ,When wrapt in fiimes the realms of ether ITrew .And heaven'a last thunder shakes the world be low " , Than nndismsyed, ahalt o'er the mine B;Iie Aod light thy torch at Nature's faneral pile. '' Hopo is a compound principle, formed of expectation and desire. There may be ex pectation without desire, or desire without expectation, and yet no hope Indulged, De cease the two mast be united before we can 'bo'salcTlo hope. . -Human life, nniebeered by the sunshine, and nnbrfgbtened by the radiance of hope, , .wonkl. Indeed, be a labyrinth of sorrow, dark and painful. Life would be an insup portable burdeo without the angel-presence of boe glorious and bright-starred hope. t. And Deity-has very .wisely planted this divine principle in the human heart, that we may rise superior to all the sorrows and disappointments of this ever-changing life, and be continually rejoiced to realize that "the ete...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 19 May 1864

' .-'v., '- ---v": f;';':"--;: U ' -r" ;. . "' jJ53 '' : MAVSVILIiiV '.7; ROSS l ROSSBR, Publishers. VOLUME 2 NUMBDSv 43 M:ASILLE: . weekly -Bwjjm RATES OF. ADVERTISING. - A - square is (TwWe lines of this site type 6 a c5 oq -co. en 1 insertion Insertions 8 Insertions One Month ?wo Months hiee Months Bix Months One Yesr it .00 11.75 12.50 $3.00 $6.00 $10 1.50 2.50 8.50 4.00 8.00 15 2.00 8.00 4.50 5.50 10.00. 20 25 80 85 S.50 4.00 8.50 5.00 6.50 15.00 6.00 8.0010.00 20.00 5.00 7.60 10.00 12.50 25.00 7.50 10.00 12.50 15-00 i.w 10.00 15.00 20.00,25.00 50.00 50 80 THE BULLETIN. rUBLISHED EVEEY THTJBSDAY.BY , Xl OSS ScJEt OSSEB, Editors and Proprietors. MAYSTII.LE. MAY 19 BE A WOMAN. Oft I've liekrd a gentle mother, . As the twilight hours began, Pleading -with a son on duty, .'-'' Urging him to be man. - But onto her blue-eyed daughter, Though with love's words quite af rendy, J Points she out the other duty. :. Strive, my dear, to be a lady." . "What's a ladji Is itromething - ". '" -...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 19 May 1864

THE BULLETIN. rUBLISQKD EVERT THURSDAY BY - Editors and Proprietors, -.JMAYSVILLE. MAY 19 ' From, the Cincinnati Time May 17th. V l: .": THE ItEWS. .' ;j o The. priocfpsl information received .last night by telegraph ia to the effect that the contending armies of the East are at present fi a "mud-bound" condition' .Lee bas fal lea back.ooly to such a distance as will se cure him strong position, where it Is evi dent be intends to male another strong ef fort to oppose farther advance , of the i Fed eral armies., s; '.. r :. ; Id the meantime Geo. U BAST is impo rov ing tber time by arranging his. army ia .a more, suitable tuacner for another hotly contested engagement. Hancock now holds the extreme right, Bobstsidb and "Weight the center,while Wabbes is on the . left. The headquarters of the army have been moved somewhat Id advance of their late location; - ' '- '"- . Leb is reported to have teen reen forced by troops from Georgia and North Carolina. Whatever troth there may be in th...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 19 May 1864

THE BULLETIN MAYSVI HE. MAY 19. 1864 Increase of the Price of the Bulletin. . The Sabscriptlon price of the Bullktih will hereafter be 0w Dollar ahd Fifty Cents per year, instead of One Dollab. OCrThe steamer Greyhound, a new iron screw steamer of about five hundred. tons harden, with cargo of army cloth, soda iron, steel, &&, and the steamer Micnle, la- Sen with cotton, turpentine, and tobaoco hare been captured by steamers cff Vil- miDgton, North Carolina. '. ... - The New England States lack six thous of completing their quotas. The deficit of Massachusetts is four thousand and seventy. 0rThe Indianapolis Sentinel thinks that if Broogh, Morton & Co., bad called for eighty-five thousand men, to plant corn and gather the harvests, they would have been entitled to more praise than they can now claim. - ftr-The balance of trade against IheU. S. for the first three -months of this year, '-and which must be paid in gold,' is thirty-three millions. Thia is going to bankruptc...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 19 May 1864

-Fw readers can be-ware," until they hava bad occasion to tent the fact, how much labor of research ia often saved by nch, table as the following the work of one now in hlf grare. If 'History is Poetry,' as one wbo ia a true poet himself forcibly remarksthen here ia 'Poetry personified:' '. "ltOTi "Virginia-'' first settled by the English. 1614. New York first settled by the Dutch. 120. Massachusetts settled by the Poritans. ' J ' New Hampshire settled by Pu.i tans. . 1624." New Jaraev aettlad bv the Dutch. 1627. Delaware settled by Swedes and Fins. 1635. Maryland settled by Irish Catholics. 164. Omnocti cut "Settled by the Puritans. 168.r Rhode Island settled by Roger WUliams. 1650..' North Carolina settled bj the English.-' 1670. South Carolina settled by the Huguenots. 132. Pennsylvaniaaettled by William Penn. 1788. Georgia afc led ty General Oglethorpe. 1791. . Vermont admitted into the Union.. 1792. " Kentucky admitted into the Union. 1796. Tennoasee admitted into the Union. 18...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 26 May 1864

ROSS & KOSSER, ; Publishers. lyiAYSVILLE, KY, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1864 KATES OF ADVERTISING. A square is Twelve lilies of this size type jual te about iuu words or manuscript- 2 o o h b - a S (3 "o O eS a as at 'E o cr" as 1 Insertion 2 Insertions ' 8 Insertion One Month Two Months Th.ee Months Six Months One Year fl .00 $1.75 $3 .50 $3.00 $8.00 $10 1.50 2.60 8.50 4.00 , 8.00 1 5 2.00- 8.00 4.50 6.50 10.00 20 2.50 8.50 6 M0 8.50 16.00 25 4.00 6.00 8.00 10.00 20.00 80 5.00 7.50 10.0012.50 25.00 85 T.50 10.00 12.50 15.00 85.00 10.00 1 9.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 : 80 THE BULLETIN. 'iTJBLisrJED EVERT THURSDAY BY B(SS ROSSJEB, . Editors and Proprietors. MAYSVILLE. MAY 2G Fadeless ia a Loving Heart. Sonny eyes may lose their brightness; Kimble feet forget their lightness; . pearly 'teeth may know decay;' " ijayen. tresses jurn to gray.; i t Cheeks be pale and eyes bedim, Faintthe voice and weak the limb; Bat though youth and strength depart, Fadeless is a 1ov1d heart.' ie the little mountai...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 26 May 1864

THE BULLETIN. PUBLISHED EVEBT THUESDAY BY ' R, O S S Sc ROS S EB , Editors and Proprietors. HAYSVILLE. ill AY 26 To the People of Kentucky. Tba Democrat party, of tbe United State -hare Deen call upon by tbe national JJem- ocratic Executive Committee, to assemble -at Chicago on tbe 4th July, 1864, and aelect candidates for President aud Vice President of the tin i ted States,' Io response to this Invitation, the Democracy of Kentucky ought to call a Convention, for tbe purpose of appointing. Delegates to the Chicago , Democratic Convention, and an Electoral Ticket for . this State. Tbe Democratic party of Kentacky, which has for many yean, held in equi poise tbe political power of tbe State, and which at this time is believed to bold e de cided majority, could not fail to respond to the summons from sister States to the Chi- cago Convention, without a culpable neg lect of doty. The principles of tbst party wmcn would nave prevented c:v:l war, usurpations, and calamities under which ...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 26 May 1864

THEBULLETIN. .... tliS BUUeun. Increase of the Price ol tne o ' The Sabscriptlon price of the BULLETIN n.,T .( ivn ViWY . . will hereafter be us Ckstb per jearinstead of On. Poe. To Correspondents. We are conatanliy recu w lions to which no name Is attached., we . . ... V. distinctly understood that we wish, it U w wm t publish any - - - paper, unless it is accompanied by tne an ; , v. -Knt Vi1f rBt rj7Last Tuesday night, about nan pass nine or ten o'clock, a origin ugu in the direction of East MaysTille, causing n alarm of fire. Upon proceea.ng vu u fpot w. discovered that a log tenement owned by Mr.. Lucr.tia Bobiksoh. and occupied as a residence by Mr. Habrisoh Walkeb, was on fir.. The great distance from the city rendered aid from the fire de partment impossible, and the:bouse was speedily consumed. It is supposed that the fire originated in a lot of wood near the cook, ing stove. The loss sustained amounts to fire or six hundred dollars. Q-The Methodist Church, familiarly known...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 26 May 1864

' Troth willSome'daycome to the Surface. The Northern peoplebT put the knife to their own throats. They here lost, for- - Ter lo'it, ffcs great Southern artery of wealth by tbia fanatical Abolition war. Few per hape among us now believe it. Time will re lorjg reader, her decision. - . . We don't feel the. lorce now of wtat we above laid bnt tie' day is not" far ahead when we shall.' - ' The North haa forever lost the Sonth. The AbblUionisU hare atroek a Wry blow at their awn exiatance. They have by the war made the Southern people a self-sustain--Iog nation. They ha?e made them rely np- in Sontherq Industry, and inganaity for heir etlstencel , They have bnilt up Sonth ern manufactory, ' and crppled that of the 'North.' ";Tbey . bare forced the; Southern people to "become an agricaltnral population and sow depend a poo their own fields for -'bread, and not oa those of the North. ' r " They bare made thetn a commercial people, and will never again employ North ern ship owners to bring...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 2 June 1864

t rrrr-rr r , . rr-r ;- - - : 4 - - ..... rr JL1 N 0 HOSS 5 HOSSER, " Publishers MATSVIliLB, KY., THURSDAY, JUNE: 2, 1864. . r .. -; r----" ---- ' - - , ' , ; 4 i SI VOLUME 2 - NTTIMTRTIH. -. AO KATES OF ADVKKTISING. A-feqoare is" Twelve lines ,of this siro typo uai te aoour. iuo woras orwanuscript. 8 8 i S S a e 3 . . j . , 4 9 l 5 : 1 Insertion 2 Insertions.: 8 Insert ions Jne Month Two Months The Months Six Months One Year 2.- 'H.' S."' bo.;: fio . oo n GQ 4 04 CO . .- $1 .00 $1 .75 1 3.50 $3.00 $6.00 10 10 2.50. 8.50 4.00 8.00 J 5 2.00 8.00 4.50 , 6.60.10.00 SO 2.50 H.50 5.)0 R0 1R.0O. 25 4.00 6.00 8.00 10X0.20.00 20 5.00 7.50 10.00 13-50 25.00 85 7.C0 40.00 12.50 1 6.00 85.00 60 10.60 15.00 SO J)0 25.00 60.00 80 THEUiiDETIN. rUBWSIJED SVEKY THijRSDAY BY EditbreT'and Proprietors. MAYSVILT.K. JtlNK... 18C A TELEGHAM. Br fcTRxi. nns, Whilots eager promoters wait,. -Shading Ujiht-and lighting tbadows, j 6uropinjr mottoes coldly terse, Listen to -one eirige mci.iage, '" ' ThiB-4"Qor...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 2 June 1864

THE BULLETIN. PUBLISHED EVERY THTJBSDAY BY Tt, OSS Sn KOS 8EB, Editors and Proprietors. M A YSVIL.L.H JUNE. 2 1864 OCT A large number of those drafted lo the region lyiog between Louisville and Owensboro have formed themselves Into go errilla bands and re endeavoring to make tbeirwsy to tbe South. " ' fjy-Hoo. It. W. Powell has our thank for rery aTaable public document. Nioho VeLVSTEBBs. On Thursday eve ning lasteeventy-two negro volunteers ar rived in this city from Mercer county. They marched through the streets yelliog as though (n a dashing charge in battle. Halting before tbe office of Provost Marshal Moore, on Broadway, they reported to that officer and were quartered in tbe Clay en gine boose. This unexpected arrival of a corj$ d' Jfrique of course created no little sensation to our quiet city. Lexington Oba. and Sep., 28th. OTThe Germans have a delegation from twelve States in tbe Cleveland Convention against Lincoln and in favor of Fremont They resolved against arbitrary a...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 2 June 1864

THE BULLETIN JUNK Increase of the Price of the Bulletin. The SabscriDtioo price of the Bollktih .,, i .... f.. k n.v Dor.tAB and Fifty miii nereiiboi w. w Cists per year, instead of 0s Dollar. ft-7-Gold closftd firm, in New York, on Jloody, at 192 ft-r"Dnrirjz this and the past week, negro enlistments have been going on in this city (t a rapid rate. From three to fonr bnn- Ati nesroes. from this and adjoining coon- tifi.baTe been sworn into the Federal ser vice, and sent to Greenapsbnrg where they will be armed and equipped. Tb'ey are itill coming in at a rapid rate. Q-"We cal! the attention of oar readers to the adtertisement of Mr. H. Bibtbam. Mr. BiBtBAJt has lately rtfitted and altered bis business house in such a meaner that it ii now a handsome store and an ornament to our city. In this house can be found a large and well selected atock of Boots and Shoes of every variety . If you cannot be suited in his resdy-made assortment, then leav your measure and gt an elegant and fashi...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 2 June 1864

v ,11- r'r-. tt 'irM It ii ii !f ', i ' t If R 3 Si 'I' in n & I ft M 9 I- f Ii : A MODERN ECLOGUE."- -- Interlocutors. 'Ajfoir omsti contraband. bcxme near WASHINGTON, i-"- - General T ' ' ,: " " ' : . "Unfcytnnato brother! say, where are you wond- - lug? 4 Rough i tbe road, and its bottom wants raend- .o .tug; : .; r -Night drawetb near; soon the 'Eeba' will bo scnd ing ' , , Around the patrollersl "Contraband brother! the profits of disaster "re, ;?. .yoo clJeeki though they're not alabaster"; . r. . S ' I aee .by yonr ragsja'nd those tears, that eur maswr , r .- ; Ill-treated yon basiiy'f ? "T . flV 1 i '. - ----- r"w me tno marts where he cut gashes, into , YonT back. wkbr the thonga of hie villainous lashes; -"'. See! my pity wells forth In weeping that washes - Away tho contumely! " . : Did yon resist, in the rage of your madness? -Was your .soul crazy with slavery's sadness? Never aga'n.will smiles' with their gladness .-. A , DaLce over your features? "Tell rce Ms name,...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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