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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 24 September 1862

I ..... r ?j WINOHESTER,Ipenn.. Ti'riT'rTiK:TC. $24,. 180tt. .Vr - 1U-L-- 1 . IN Ht manc ' jtimes nod LUfouieisM ,'tiou. ilri tV Davis, it do , endeavorin , and that al world wer paratory i., stances n V exemplifi .(, cation. C was mild Han it was Teservod uienu them all i tmcthef d'oeuvre ho Gm exhibit iuoneglof as the-pridoof uvotiodel tion of every nl'or. ,o polid iftt into the nf coinn "ini: .4 or nne :iar per month. ; lW?ffr tlm one month Z i at I e office, or of Litton. I Biaiouniuu ii0 p ji I toft he sago. A Jfree from anyt in 0 im"lW Li. 1 K- -IMfl- I absoncovf I fcia wo aai I I 'm f-onnoev H HiO uuneum f d r-nrta'A I 1" (Jftsjjye havA na 1 "Til. 'In 'I rvv (mutt ill f n r h r v V T.B.I I I ft font nf irrtiinruB V.-ilif'w ... . I . the wisdom oflviows a of his council at to statesman he n added re vol of tri tension comtaeed the is country cijhim tot Iberty unship the t afninnil Miru tvill il 'J WMtllV w i y if lift a 4 1 tsi res to do Kuiiary rnortf than six 0 appear beforo...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 24 September 1862

A V 7 f : . : V- I '.: .. a . . . War'ia no tirtift for fcluhnrftta PXnerimenS. Of . ro3ici m 01 tne union tause. for patchin!r up shattchniYeputatien. J . : , . - - s Th President sew Jo lNjuforce his Utbinn PLAIN TALK FOR A NORTHERN with ar vl.rnr and tinwahitov. . Withiitar.V - f "'v. ' - V f . Ponf imiiaf hvnlF strATif flnhi nnl nf ,4tl Will kOovdrnmont - Tlio a hint of our ki . i ' ' 4 i i V.. , Preside have been tho ones who hre sur- L a mclancno V nut vnrv trnt.iitiil ilit(i-' ,,i ikm3,.ia .t.-n.-.-i irk. rV V J . irg),' tuiuMHici WUU U1U 1IUICSI Ulij. J.440 rial on tho "resent a-nect of Yankee 'tfoory that Cabinet offioors are mere secreta- :..- xv.. k-. ,;'5? w ... .: , rle3!. and therefore not responsible, dies not I..---. ..I-'!-... VI. V . V kgivcn us t!i r.li -f . f .f i . .. ' . i! ' - finercv of hi nMWihi rA tr ...i'.ki V"'0Ui0n,l. ireh"aiiirlirAliavi,i M iVnt.: . ' aido un of weak men. thv will Wvituhlv m is beicjro4 lhat j magnificent army sive, t!le .cutry ft weak ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 28 September 1862

41 'til . WINCHESTER, '. XEJVN., SEPTEMBER 8, 180SJ, IVo I rJg- jjflMgj yMWI BIT -T. J". . sEiA."'TBla. i Tarnik j-TwMty.firt caU ptr wwhor one Altar pr month, a. uhatfrtBtUM raeahMil Cm lonMr In ana month fbtlMI AulWtO cm ta otttlnatl atllM office, or of minora. nr rrumu eyrvnrrj tracquwfa to m it in fading lUclreultlon. . dj nr. If J.t i 5K . x' 11 i, N6 man could bo better sated to the times no climate din claii a greater boon of Providojco to his raco r'.hUkwei CteiitJ his ropaenOa crou.' ; tiou. ; In ttyodufiUon .ol Jefferson Davis, it docs appear as if Jature was I. endeavoring to improve utn herself. and that all fae virtues ofrthe ancient world were but &Q many studies pre pnratory.to tho jow. Individual in ,1 stances no doubt there were, splendid ,' exemplifications of some single qualifi. cation. Ctesar ftas merciful Soipio ;; wa8 mud Hannibal was patient but ; it was reserved for Jofforaon Davis to -iiblend them all in one, and Wiethe love- AVfrCkef d'oeuvre of tho Gr...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 28 September 1862

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Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 30 September 1862

llpi liiiiiiitetitt:1" : a I' $ '"'.,'..,, , " r-rz-? ' 1 ' .h N.t Vol.,! V. vj rir ;r;.. ,. ...... WINCHESTER, TENN., SEPTEMBER 30, 1808. No -J ' 1 t- -' " : , - - - n , .::. .ft,f..fg ,.r , . . from the President (Polk) the -commission of 1 ft I K tX 1 U t : ft '"1 fi.,. . ,;,Temat,,.' - ' " TWehtyJflV etntf per Week or me dollar per month. ho pubeeripttoA received for loiger than one month. The Deily JUUetla cmI obtaimd a( the office, or of new lUt hOT . Oar friends everrwhert are requested taas M'aftndiniltacirailatioi. A. ..; r A men limited space in the Bail Bui lvn will W allowed for advertisements. Tm, 1 for etch fqar, 1st insertion ; .60cts m V A. S A.S " ' ' lor eacn lUDtequem insertion, if'' We notico ia the Atlanta (Ga.) Con fedefacy the docisiorv of one--Judge Thoinas, In EIbert Superior Court" September! Tenn deojaring the con script law unconstitutional jn a case tried before him, in which the principles of the Act were involved. "We do not publish the deoision becaus...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 30 September 1862

(From th Chattanooga Rebel. The Importance of the Press in Time of War. The Hon. 0. R. Singleton, - of Mississippi, in a speech in the House of Representatives of ;he Confederate States, on the Exemption bill, ittid: "Puss this bill, and at every cross-road ,rill spring up a newspaper, with its corps of editors and printers. ' We have no desire to speak of the motives which would call forth such an expression from a Member of Congress a class of men whom the people expect to speuk and act from ihe dictates ot thought. "Wo do not deslro to wusto words in the refutation of so groundless an assertion. If the spirit of Zollicottcr, of Tennessoo, Seymour ot Louisiana, John Mar shall, of Texas, Jennings Wise, of Virginia, Lomax of Alabama, and a host of other grout editors of the South who have sealed with thoir blood on the field of honor the principles they advocated with pen and sword, could arise from the dead, and stand beforo the hon orable gentleman, tho rebuke would be suffi cient...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 2 October 1862

Vol. 1. WINCHESTER, TE1W., OCT itttttin BIT "W. J". SLATTEB. - :.,; i , Terms : r . Twenty-five cents par week or one dollat per month. No subscription receive! for longer than one month. The Daily .Bulletin crr be obtained at the office, or of newsboys. . Our fiiendeverywhere are requested to as sist us In extending Itsclrculation. . ' ges, A very limited apace in the Daily Bul-le-jin will bo allowed for advertisements. rn i 4Vm inin art 11. wi i et muAfluiti n IATO il .'J .1! -' 1 V! '- . . - 1 - - L - . il . 11.1 J. U. 1 I. All quiet on ino roiomac, was inu tho anxious mind of friends and rela tives at homo aro left a little timo to reflect with ladnoss upon tho awful car nage that preceded this 1 all in the storm of death and destruction w Inch has crimsoned the . ground with the blood of thousands. All over our land aro, hearts which mourn for loved ones whoso spirits are gone to meet their Maker before tho j udgmon t bar. With a frantic eagerness ,wo rushed for tho latest pape...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 2 October 1862

.t MIIMfWIllrt'lfHl mil luini Otr i'tiiiittChd ConJ'lijn. The Tutu 1 1 !xpenditure of the Government, from its fjiiKiioiiccmont to tho 1st of August, IStiL', is only $J47,272,95S,85, on tho lollowing account: U'rr Department 8,370,549,41. Navy Department .' 1 1;ti0o,777,89 Civil arid -Miscellaneous 15,7Gti,503 43 $:528,718,830 70 To which, add 18,524,128, 75 , outstanding requisitions, upon which .vat-rants have not been issued, and which makes tho total above named. Of tho abovo tho sum of 74,361,050 only has been Issued in 8 percent bonds, and 0 pet-cent, call certificates, 11,577, -50 of tho former tho balance of tho latter. -' ' Tho issue of Treasury Notes author ized by Congress ft 20l,000,000; of tins amount $183,214.13y has boon is sued, leaving 10,755,805 to issue. Tho receipts into tho Treasury from all sources amount to 302,555,196,61), of which tho Amount from Customs is .'..$1, 437,309, GO Aiuttrom Miscellaneous souces... 1,1)74,70'.), 33 War Tax 10,539, 910, 70 $15,952,...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 3 October 1862

5T if . Vol. 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., OCTOBER 3, 180S. At t. in ittlfetht. Terms: Twenty-five cents per week or one dollar per month. No subscription received for longer than one month. The Daily Bulletin can be obtained at the office, or of newsboys. Our friends everywhere are requested to as list us in extending its circulation. A very limited space in the Daily But le;in will bo allowed for advertisements. Terms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; 50cta for each subsequent insertion.' - ' NIW8PX?EB POSTAGE. Postage on Newsp.YMsrs, sent to actual sub scribers, paid quarterly in advance : Daily, 70 cents; Six times a week, 60 cents; Tri Weekly, 30 cents; Semi-Weekly, 20 cents; "Weekly, 10 cents per quarter. ' Confiscation. A dispatch from St. Louis, dated tho 14th inst., says that in compliance with orders from the Secretary of War, Gen. Schofield has ordered the Provost Marshal General of the District of Mia sourj to proceed without delay U carry into effect the confiscation act so ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 3 October 1862

The Gallantry of the Confeder- j Address of Gen, Lorin to the ' Tbo fo,lowinS is genuine vpoctry, ates. j People of Western Virginia, i written upontUo doutU qPouo of free. n.. v..i.:...n.n ,.n,-,...c:,,ni,.i.M.t. i -r ... , . . T . . , i dom sons who fell in tho bloody battle ' -.' i iu;ijor-i.icnt'i';u coring lsns issued an lie Hi. Louis Kopubiican, wntin.ee wn- nddres 'to the people of Western Yir ccrning the recent kittle near '.Manas. Li,,ia, v.Aym 0ll tlom u rally tt llis says: .siaudar-l. Jle says wo t!') not intend It is to ho noted that all who wero! tJ punish those who ivninin at homo as ..! i:.i l jenoralship and bravery of tan onemy. haid a Colonel with 1' is arm i.i a sling, wlion surrounded hy a '.ivwu of eager listeners at hU hotel, "There is a dash about these Southern' c;s absolutely tuirific; wo can't stop the devils when t Ley charge, without killing them niland somctimos'wc Vhf that but if we don't they arc bound to take our battcric-i." - .- . ' The advanco or t...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 4 October 1862

Vol. 1. WINCIIISSTISII, TENN., OCTOBER 4, No 7 gniln guUrttu. BY W. J. SLATTEB. Terms: . ' Twnty-fiv cnts per WMk or om dollar pr month. No subscription received for longer thn one month. The Daily Bulletin n he obtained at the office, or of newsboy. Our friends ever jrwtwe are requested to as sist us in extending it circulation. Bgfc. A very limited space in the Daily Bul letin will be allowed for advertisements. Terms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; 60cts for each subsequent insertion. X JCWSr AF-KK POST AG K. Postage on Newspapers, sent to actual sub scribers,. paid quarterly in aJvance: Daily, 70 cents; Six times a week, 60 cents; Tri Weckly, 80 cents; Semi-Weekly, 20 cents ; "Weekly, 10 cents per quarter. JKJ-From a late copy of the Man kester (Eng.) Guardian in our drawer, we make the subjoined extract, shew ing the amount of suffering in one alone of the cotton manufacturing districts in England. The' serious crisis which was anticipated last May seems to have arrived, a...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 4 October 1862

Old Abo's Proclamation Freeing the Slaves of Rebels. The following is a copy of the proc lamation of President Lincoln, declar ing frco tho slaves of all -rebels from and after tho first of January next, brief mention of which was mado un der our telegraphic head Sunday morn' 'g: r. lly theTresident of the United StatesA Proclamation. . Washington, September 22d, 1862. I Abraham Lincoln, Prosidont of tho Uni ted States of America, and Com man der-in-Chiof of tho army and navy thereof, do hereby proclaim and do claro that hereafter, as hcretfore, the war will bo prosecuted for tho object of practically restoring the constitution al rolation between tho United States and tho peoplo in which Slates that relation is, ' or may be, suspended or distuebed; that it is roy purpose, upon tho next meeting of Congress, to again recommend the adoption of a practical measure tendering pecuniary aid to tho frco acceptanco or rejection of all tho slave States, so-called, tho people whero of may not...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 5 October 1862

v.H 1$ i .. WmOIIESTEK, TENN., OCTOBER 5, 1JG. IV o IK Willi .. BY J". SIijjL'T'irESIR. Twenty five cent par week or oue dotUr per month. 'J 'No-subscription Tecelveil for longer than one month. t Tt) PUy JhiUetin .en be obtained at the office, or of ' newsboys, Our friends everywhere are requested, tq as- -sist-u to extending ttt (jirculation. ' "' 8' A neA UmHect tipace n the 'Dally Bul bil ltfjin 'will be flowed, for advertisements. i erms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion j SOcts I for each suhsequent in8Crtion.;, ,. 4'i rj;,!) , NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. . . PoBtago on Newspapers, sent to actual sub scribers, paid quarterly in advance: Daily, 70 cents; Six times a week, CO cents; Tri Weekly, 80 cents j Semi-Weekly, 20 cents ; "Weekly, 10 cents per quarter. Lincoln's Proclamation Freeing Slaves. Wo publish in another place the re marks of some eminent men in our Congress upon the Proclamation of Lincoln above mentioned, and which Republished in yesterday's Bulletin. The views of these...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 5 October 1862

The Times on the Eattie3 of the'Jys' fighting could be tiSrh tou m 'over' flh?VnhAuittr . Ith 'orthYii 'StuUV 'the vQett would be U ; v"'v""1 J' . jpui antiia to -.this war. ot thnt the I.urih Th t j.iwwu is a copy 'c!' tho lsaduig edi- j would be daunted by thecarmifft or tliink itself . tjiial of tuu Luija "Titae-.' of July ! unuble to continue tho contest, but that bo fur- . ' . ther pursued, and not worth the saerilieo de For some-day j past tho tidings of tho 'buttles befora Richmond have vibrated with every hour.' Tch'tti'.na nnd mails h:tve succeeded each other with discordant rapidity, The pen JuIu ji Ins swung from t'io po'.nt of Federal VK-Tory lu mat ot fed-iiul destruction,. Xo one eould tell . what had really happened, bo cuijo no ono could believe the ' Government assurances, and it wu not safe to give ere-' deneo to tho punio fears which in tho. general -'ignorance arose in tho popular imagination. Everything which lay ' between 'a siicetwsful stratogetio movement and...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 7 October 1862

.1 ft Tol. 1. AVINCIIlWTEIi, TITIVIN., OCTOHEB T, 18S. No f 3Y W. J. SLATTEB. Terms: Twanty-nYt cantt pr wtek or one dollar per month. .U m ...kMainllim vmaIimi1 (nv lAnffAp than mi a rtinnlh (IV niMVUHtlvii w """(jv . ....... ...... Th Daily Bulletin can be obtained at tho oillce, or of : newaboya. Our frienda ewrjr where are requested to as- slat ns in extending Itt circulation. , A very limited apae in tbo Daily Bul- , TiiJL-be Allowed. for adv'ortiseru.-iits. for each lubsequent insertion. XKTF8PAPE POSTAGE, Postage on Newspapers, sent to actual sub cribers, paid quarterly in aJvance: Daily, 70 cents; Six time a week, CO cent; Tri Weekly, 80 cents; Bcmi-Weekly, 20 cents ; Weekly, 10 cents per quarter. What will be Done ? We notice that the Yankeo Govern racnt propose to send the prisoners our army captured at Harper's Ferry out West to flght the Indians. That is, they aro to be sent there, and tho men whoso places these paroled prisoners ate to supply, are to be sent South to fi...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 7 October 1862

Tennesseeans at the Battle of Shiloh. At tins t i i : i o t lie battle of Shiloh was fought, our prospects in .ho West woro a g'luoiny appearance. Fort Donelson had lcen surrendered, Nashville and all Middle Tennessee had fallen iuto the hands of the enemy. Columbus bad been evacuated, and a considera ble portion of West Tennessee had been overrun by our invaders an im mense force bad been collected on the Tcnncissoo river for the purpose of ex tending their conquests to the gulf. They were sanguine as to the results and confidently believed that in a few months the Southern States would be conquered, und yield implicit obedi ence to their goyornment. This was the situation of affairs when (Jen. A. S Johnston, "with the army under him at Corinth made an attack on tho enemy's forces near Pittbui'irs banditi"-, and tho great battle of shiloh was fought. The plan was admirably conceived and no. bly executed. A splendid victory was gained and tho tide of success was turn ed. That was th...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 9 October 1862

4 ... . cfi "Vol. 1. WINCHESTER,' XETV1V., OCTOUEll O, No 11 4 liiilit IfoUetta. . . i r: . Term: Twenty PT weelt nr on dollar Per wonth. o AbUrtptlOB receWe4for Ipngcr than oi.e month. rhiDallr Bulletin emi ohtilnea t tno offlce, or or i wWs. Our fiends where tr requested to as ,J,V ul In extewlinllU circulation. teiinwiir beUoWed Tor ! advertisements. 'Terms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; 50cts . for tact lubseqaent insertion. f '' j " """"" 'vcwapAriR rosTAOi. Postage on Newspapers, sent to actual sub scribers, paid quarterly in alvance: Daily, 70 cents; Six tup" a week, 60 cents; Tn Weekly, 30 cents; Semi-Weekly, 20 cents ; Weekly, 10 cents per quarter. itedti itha Daily Bui- Gen. Gideon J Pillow. Iu th catalogue of brave Tennessee jans Svho have contributed towards sus taining Southern Independoneo, the faithful historian will give a prominent place to the 'name of Gen. Gideon J. Pillow. We are glad to notice that ho is dain in command, and will doubt les9 soon bo heard f...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 9 October 1862

Salt. ir.c ivttevofour correspoaJei.t, ''Pro i$ 'in.' I'uDmv V' informs persons who tuve wagon?, where they can obtain bull l:i groat ubundanco at thirty-fivo cents a bushel. And such as cud taku bubliti depot in their route, will be able to obtain luads on their way out, tho transportation of which will pay for theexponso of tho trip. Wo trust that tho recapture of the Kanawha salt works is permanent, and that they lire henceforth to furnish vast t-applies : KANAWU.Y SALT AND SALT WOUKS. Messrs. Editors : Knowing that at this time your road era are much interested in anything concerning salt, I give you a few facta about the Kanawha Salt Works. Upwards of throo millions of bushols of salt' have been made per annum at these- works. During tho past year, 18G1, about two millions of bushels were made. And at tho time General Loring's command took possession of the Salines tho furnaces were turning out at the rate of 2,000,000 bushels of salt per annum. Supposing this quan tity to have...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 10 October 1862

flic ll 11 Willi i , "I Vol. 1. wirvoiiErriai8, tenn., octohkk i, vV l? Jte wig f uUriiiu Terms : Twenty flye cents per week or one Hollar per month. Mo subscription receive! for longer than one month. The Daily Bulletin can be obtained at tne ollice, or of newsboys. Our friends everywhere are requested to as atel us in exUmling its circulation. ' A very limited space in tho Daily fiul lejin will be allowed for advertisement-!. FT - (f1 An..1i i. ii -v 1 im?iirlinn . ri'lii4.i for each subsequent insertion. NEWSPAPER POST AO K. Postage on Newspapers, sent to actual sub scribers, paid quarterly in aJvanco: Daily, 70 cents; Six times a week, CD cents; Tn- "Weekly, 10 cents per quarter. Blessings aro often sent in disguise, nnd what may appear to us as afflic tions aro really rifo with unseen com. forts. God has, to us, strange ways in which to deal with his creatures. We aro not permitted to divine his reasons we aro ignorant, and would, in our simple, vain natures, attempt to i)o god...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 10 October 1862

V The Chic. i go Times on Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation. The lultLi v.ini;- urc the .strictures of J the Chicago Times, which has been for some time praising Lincoln for sup posed conservatism : The I'rohlont has at last weakly yMded to tho '-pressure" upon him abmt which he has so bitterly com plained, and issued his proclamation of nero emancipation. Ilis not yet a month since ho an n unced his purpose to '-save the Union in me siiorte.-a way under the Lonslt uiti )!)." lie now announces h"n pur-1 jK.se to save it by overriding the Con- j stilulion. " " ! Tor he ha-j no constitutional power to issue this proclamation of cmuueipa tion i one whatever. Tie C'otistilu tjon forbids it by its spirit from begin ning to end. And the President has no authority not derived from the Consti tution none whatever. lie is himself the creature of the Constitution. .Nobody neee argue with us that he has the power under the military law. Military law docs not destroy the fun damental civil la...

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