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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 9 June 1864

V-.',' " .... ROSS & ROSSBR, Publishers. MAYSVILI.E, KYm THURSDAY, JUNE, 9 186. VOLUME 2 NUMBER PiTFS OP ADVERTISING. A sauare ia twelve lines of this iie type I . o S v to 0 6 p o 03 S3 to 0Q & 3 0Q 1 Insertion 9 Insertions 6 Insertions One Month Two Months Th.ee Months Pix Months One Tear, - it .00 $1 -T5 $2.50 $3.00 $.00 $10 i o.h..M 4.00 S.OO 15 A W 8.00 4.50 6.50 10.00 J.50 6.00 6.50 1.V0O s nn a lift 10.00 50.no t'zn 10.00 12.50 25.00 ,'rn in'nn 10 Kft IK. 00 85.00 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 . 2.00 2.60 4.00 5.00 20 25 80 85 50 80 ThITbuIXetin. rXTBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY klOSS fc ROSSER, Editors and Proprietors. MAVSVIM-K, JUNR. O 18C4 Tnere Cornea a Time. There eomes a time when we grow old; And like a sunset down the sea Slope gradnal, and the night wind cold Comes whimpering sad and cheering y; And locks are gray At winter's day, And eyes of maddest blue behold The leaves all dreary drift away, And lips of faded coral say, There comes a time when we grow old. T...

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. — 9 June 1864

THE BULLETIN. lUBLISIIKD ZVEET THURSDAY BY ROSS ROS SER, Editors and Proprietors. 1UA YSVILLE, JUNE. O 1864 OTWs clip the following article from the Louisville Democrat, as being interesting to looa of onr readers: " ' - ' TOBACCO PAIR. " Tbe sixth ere at annual Tobacco Fair for the State of Kentucky called together yes terday great numbers of tbe prominent to bacco growers in the State, as well as a large camber of tobacco dealers from all parts of tbe country. The Fair was bold in the specious building, which was formerly a cburcb, tbe Eightb-street Methodist, appro priately fitted np for the occasion. Tbe samples of the great number of hogsheads of tobacco offered were placed upon tables, end the judges entered upon their duties about eleven o'clock. The enthusiasm and excitement among tbe tobacca men almost equaled what is often witnessed on tbe race course. After the awarda were announced, tbe . sales of tbe principal premium hogs beads commenced, and the bidding was remarkably...

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. — 9 June 1864

I THE BULLETIN JUNK 9 Increase of tha Price of the Bulletin. The Subscription price of the Bulletin will hereafter be Ohk Dollar akd FiiTT Cents per year, instead of 0s Dollar. ("We learn from late Richmond papers that 'the story that captain David H. Todd brother of Mrs. President Lincoln, has As serted to the enemy is fully contradicted.' Ee is a captain in the twenty-first Louisi ana artillery. (7TheNew York Tribune's correspond ent states tbatowiog to the formidable char- acter of the enemy's position it was hardly expedient to continue the assault. He speaks of the Confederates captariog In the assault 6 pieces of artillery. 03rlt will be boroe in mind that the "Gebhart Farm" will be sold to highest bidder, next Saturday, June 11th. The Bile to commence at 2 o'clock, P. M. 07-Gold closed firm .Tuesday in New York at 93. frr-The division of Pennsylvania Re serves, whose three years' service has ex pired, went into the army 20,000 strong, but now returns with only 1,500 officers ...

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. — 9 June 1864

- , Josh Billings Prayer. orato'rnao friends, and from things at Ince ends, Good Jord deliver us! . From 0 wile who don't luv us, and Trora children who rfon't look like ns. Good Lord deliver ns! .,, . From soalx in the grass, from snaix a our boots, from-torch-lite processions, and from alTbairom. Good Lordrdeliver ns!' . - -From-pack pedlars, from yonng folks in Inv; from old aoots without money, and frora'feelera morbis, Good Lord dIiver ub! V From 'wealth witbout charilee, from pride ithvotience, from pedigrees worn out, and from all rich relaa.huna. Good Lord deliver '" From nasepapir eai and from, pils that aintfisick", fr'om'emaTes who faint; and from tneo who fllatter, Uood Lord deliver us. ' . From virtue without fragrance, from bat ter that smells,' from nigger kamp meetings and from cate that are. eoartin,. jjiooa Jjora deliver tis! -'' -i A c ' From 'other .Tolks ekrets, and From our owni ;.from mormons, and ., mpgum'a and wimrain coram i.eeB,' Good Lord deliver us! FroY...

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. — 16 June 1864

' i t o-,.- i.s!t- . f . S-jci - v f . , , ., v-.' ? . - : - ROSS .'ROSSER, Publishers, ; 'J M ATS KTTHURSDAT; JUii61864. . i . rvr volume a nxtlibMr .r 6a '- ( if . , . .. : , . . '. . . '-.V- ' S 'S'-r-i i I f':..'.r- Si RAES OF ADVERTISING. . A Bir is" Twelva Jines of this ze type inttl t about 100 words of manuscript. 0 a ' a s P.O. . p. O . O-'t'S . o" : o" ' y x- a O J? . OQ . LQ to , . ua - t f tl .00 $V.75 $2.50 $8.00 16.00 $10 . 1.B0 2.50 A.50- 4.00 8.00 15 . 'oil .-a InsertlojiS 8 Insertions One Month .' 2.00 -8.00 4.50 5.50 10.00 " JL50 8.50 .5.00 6.50J5.00 4.00 .00 8.00 10.00 20.00 20 80 85 50 80 Two Months Thiee Months- 5.0d 1&Q 10.00 12.50 S5.00 Six MontliSi 7.50 10.Q0 13.50 15-00 85.00 One Year 10.00 16.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 THE BULLETIN. fXTBLISnED EYEKY THUESDAY BY iS JiiR , Editors and Proprietors.. M AYSVILLiEt JUNE.' 10' 1S64 The Wolf at the Door.' You're tired," dear mother, 70' cheek is qnite v : -.'. pale; " ' ' Won't yon lay down your sewing, and tell me a...

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. — 16 June 1864

THE BULLETIN; rUBLISSED EVEEY THUESDAT BY JROS8 fc KOSSER, Editors and Proprietors. 1 MAYSVILLiE JUNE. IS 1864 V - -- " "TO OUR PATRONS. - Wifb. this Dumber the Bulletin closes its , second volume. Beginniag two years ago wfth a small number of aabscribersoar pa- per, bas 'Dow s, larger circulation than any ether: paper circulated in ' Northern . Kentucky . "To the business man the Bulletin is a Tal ' Cable ' advertising medium, owing to its . cheap rates aod extensive circulation. -- We are grateful to our friends for their r' kind sod liberal patronage, and hope, by a -'eocsletent and' straightforward course, to merit and receive the!r support aod appro- 11160.' - ' ' ? . Tn Crisis. Sak Medabt, the "old wheel horse" of the Ohio Democracy in days long gone by, "the only governor who was able to "hold hli "pin", io Kansas Territory under a late regime, and come out unscathed, is now publishing one of the most valuable and in teresting papers in Ohio, under the name of Tfie Crisis. T...

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. — 16 June 1864

i .1 . s. if:,. 4. , THE BULLETIN. JUNK 16 Increase of the Prlcef of tha Bulletin. The Subscription pries of the BoLLBTis Hl hereafter be Oh Dollau akd Yitty Cents per year, lbs teed of Onb D'oELaB. Akotheb Bkbei. Ratlv. Ae we" gtf to fcress we learn through if r. GAEtf, Stage Drive,- that General Forrest, with a rebel force, as entered Paris. We are not Id possession of farther particulars. OTlt is impossible, at our hoar of going to press, to learo anything definite of the whereabouts of Job a Morgan. After leaving ClaysviUe; fast Sunday, he passed through Sardis and Mayslick,-stoppiog a few hoars at each place. From Mayslick he proceed ed to Flemingsburg, where he left some of Lis wounded men. By this time he is probably in .Virginia. OOTbe Richmond Enquirer announces the death of the Hon. Lawrence M. Eeitt. bf South Carorotiha, United States. He was tnortally wounded in tbe first battle of Cold Harbor, on Wednesday, and. died the Bext day. . " OrThe United States Senate, by a ro...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 16 June 1864

t" i..,..-wn - i -rrar-r-T. e6gTrTP i wmi ii i i i ,v i .. TT--. tttii -.in. . - . ! ; - , , .. . ' . ; " - : - - - v '' fcw?V -" - i -- ' - J , 4.4... . 1LLLLLL - 1 . a; . if M n : lit 4, - ,v 8? II !t 1 V; ,iiV r 5 If ir t r,' Mi it . f:' ii. J8 ; '1 ! i re .1 ?' 7 ': Hints or Etiquette. ! - T ' .li Gcrwiaiinnn.-' keen constantly lew the ad2et " Too much freedom Dreeus A Oil B-Jw ...... j t - cootemptr i : i i - gtiflty o"f practical jokes; if yon burself'W1 tbem; At'li rprbab,e is ever De ccnstomvo yoa 'sll'bcoome olvbituated as lo-. cooi iffTl tbenmiXBrpereoDS who will not allow. inch liberties:" 1 bare "Known aosw from alar obt the-back, r ' " .r If ftiere be' a.notherhair itf tba reom, do ubf offtr lady that from-wbkb you iia've justrised.;. : ; . ' . .i'V .!': ' ' Always U8pectthi"d ranee's bf.any pet son who may wish foronr-acquaint:ance, and who has' had no. introduction; circtim taoces tnay qualify this'-remark -tut as a general principle, acquaintances in ad e. in: a "pub...

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. — 23 June 1864

0ij T IN ROSS 8l ROSSEIt, Fublisliettr. MAYSVILLE, EZY.y THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1864. VOLUME 3 NUMBER 1 MAYSV WEEK mwmn RATES OF ADVERTISING. A ecuare ia Twelve lines of thia site type 1 . - -1 & inn 1 - 0 t - - ' 9 . d S 8 2 2 5 B t CO a OQ P U2 OQ 1 oo 1 Insertion 9 Insertions 8 Insertions On Month 1.00 $1 .75 $2.50 $8.00 $6.00 $10 1.50 2.50 8.50 4.00 8.00 15 2.00 8.C0- 4.50 5.5010.00 20 2.50 8.60 6.00 6.50 15.00 25 Two Months 4.00 6.00 8.0010.00 20.00 80 Thjee Months 6.00 T.50 10.00 12.50 28.00 85 felx Months ' 7.50 10.00 12.50 15.00 85.00.50 One Tear 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 60.00 80 THE BULLETIN. rVBtUitSD EVEKY THTJESDAY Y Editors and pVflpiitftorsj 91 A YSVI L.L.E JUNE. 23 86 MUSIC. BT ELIZA. COOK. Oh mnsict gentle musict There's magic in thy strain; Come where thon wilt, in lady's bower, Or on the battle plain, The wild harp hath a witching epell About its silver strings; Can aoght on earth excel the charm Its pensive breathing flings! Tls music's, gentle music's power, That ...

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. — 23 June 1864

THE BULLETIN. PUBLISHED EVEET THTJESD.iY BY ; BOBS ABOSSEB,' Editors and Proprietors. , MAYSVILLE JUNE. 83 1864 GGold closed in New York Tuesday; eoo'cioek, 203. V - C- OiTlt-U reported tbdrHiJ-bH- tog rete-sourg. ; "Kentucky Democratic Convention. r? 'The Convention which 'was to have met "at Louisville ba the 14th inst, wag postpon d, ob. account of the troubles in the State, -to the 28th inst.: .... . Thb Abchbwhop' or JNbw Yobk. It is "tated on high authority that the Rt. Rev. , . Dr, McClosky, Bishop of Alban y.bas receiv ed oEScial documents from Rome, appoint ing him Archbishop of New York, vacant l"by.the death of the late distinguished pre date, Dr. Hughes. The document arrived in -Tew York in the early part of last week. " " fJyThe original press at which Benja ' min Franklin worked. Mr. Wjman, of the rm of Cox & Wyman, has presented to the Patent Unseam in London. . This "press - wss for many years in their printing office "In Great Queen street, and it is even believ...

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. — 23 June 1864

THE BULLETIN. MWiiVlLLt. - - - JUWK 23 -Increasaof thaPricoof the Bulletin. ' The Sabscriptlon price of th Bulletin will hereafter be Ohb Dollar ahd Fifty Cents per year, Instead of Ons Dollab. The growing crops in Maryland promise in abnndant harvest. Field laborers are cares and dear. ' trfrThe Court House was well filled . 'during several days this week, by the rela tives and friends of the pupils of the Mays villa Institute. The examination was alike creditable . to " teachers and scholars. The exercises will conclnde to-night, with the anniversary and graduating exercises of the Female Department. We will say more -upon this subject next week. O-Yesterday morning, about 12 o'clock, great consternation was exhibited by the good citizens of Maysville. . At that time .'c.ome terribly scared individual reported that a lajge force of rebels were approach ing city, and that, in fact, the advance were already within the limits. In the twinkling of an eye all business was suspended, an...

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. — 23 June 1864

A Lost Lover. So fir, and yet so desolate ; So wan, and yet to young; -Obi there is grief too deep for tears, Toa aeal'd for tel-tale tongue! With a faded flowerey ia band, - Poor little hand so whital And dim bine e, from her easement high She looks npon the night. Only little rosebud t Only a simple flow6r But it blooms no more as it seemed to bloom . Through many a lone, lone hour; As they flow'd from her fever'd touch away, The' petals withered and brown, All the nopes she deem'd too bright to be dream'd Sink trembling and fluttering down. It needs no hush of the Present To call back the sweet calm Past ; The lightest summer murmuring h beard thromh the wintry blast; And the wind is rough with sob and with cough, To-night upon gable and tree, Till thebire elms wail like spectres pale, And the pines like a passionate sea. But she thinks of a dreamy twilight On the garden walk below. Of the laurels whispering in their sleej?, 'And the white rose in full blow. The early moon had su...

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. — 30 June 1864

ILLE ROSS & ROSSER, Publishers. MAYSVILLE, KY THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1864. VOLUME 3 NUMBER MAYS WE ifiliLY ';- f ' . - . . E a-.- KATES OP ADVERTISING. A square is Twelve lines of this size type a E (3 E "3 CS CT CO el C cf o co o CO CO 1 Insertion 4 Insertions 8 Insertions One Month Two Months Th.ee Months fcjx Months One Year $1.00 $1.75 12.50 $3.00$6.00 $10 1.50 2.50 8.50 4.00 8.00 1 5 2.00 8.00 4.50 5.50 10.00 20 2.50 8.50 5.00 . 50 15.00 25 4.00 6.00 8.00 10.00 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 SO THE BULLETIN. fcUBLtSIIED EtERT TllUKSDAY BY JTtOSS Ac ROSSER, Editors and Proprietors. itIAYSVIII.E. JUNE. 39 1SG4 PEARLS. Bt CHARLES D1CKINSO. "When day her goMen gate unbars Tha mu.'sels of the ocean rise , And catch the tear-drops of tho btars That Issue from their cbsing eyes; And then, 'tis said, they sink again, And fix thoirsea shells to the sod, And guard, in silence, 'neath the main, Those dew-dro'ps from th...

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. — 30 June 1864

THE BULLETIN. PUBLISHED EVEKT THUESDAY JZY : ROSS fc O SSEB, Editors ancf Proprietors. L MAYSVILLE, JUNE. 39 1864 OirGold closed in New Yoik Tuesday, From the Cincinnati Times. The HatIoa of affairs in the East is , 'scarcely plain to the public understand ing, as the general anxiety demands. The ' sndden cnttioz off of oar official war bol- '. letios creates a void which the people will , fill op with rneh speculations as may sng- Zgest tbemselYes. The operations ot Lee are ereatly mystified. From one source we learn that after garrisoning Eichraond and . Petersburg, and boldinz with slender .force the lines between, be has not only detach ed nine .brigades to operate against .tinnier. bat bas guarded bis still unnroicen rauoaas , with Jarge numbers, jueanwnue, no Tisions Richmond, and looks to wearing us " ant should he be driven to stand a siege. "We bare to take Petersburg, wnen me , breaking. of all bis roads will follow. ' ' a v .nrf iIiIai ha has mored S heaTV Iforce to the e...

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. — 30 June 1864

THE BULLETIN. Jtf AVSVIf.f.K. . JUNE 30 Ihcrease of ths Price of tha Bulletin . "The Subscription price of the Bdlletiw will hereafter be Onb Dollar and Fifty Cents per year, instead of One Dollar. O-The Presbyterian Church has lately been improved by the addition of a splen did bell. "Workmen are engaged in repair ing the Cupola, and are giving it a coat of paint. Bather a dizzy occupation. LOST! By a Young Lady, in this city, on Wed nesday morning, June 29th, a Bound Gold Pin, about the size of a Ten dollar Gold piece, it has two small charms attached a bell and locket. The finder will receive a reward, and the thanks of the loser, by leaving it at THIS OFFICE. Have you a sister? Then love and cher ish ber with a holy friendship. Weanoik. And if you have cone, why love seme body else's sister! . CiTAt a recent meeting of the Washing ton Fire Company, the following members were chosen to office: President JOHN R. RUDY. "Vice President Wm 3. Bridges. Secretary W. C MoClanahan. Treas...

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. — 30 June 1864

Material for Another Major General. r ,j Tbaloctf editor of th Cleyeland Herald bu drawn a prize. Hear bow he rejoicetb. 1nitjT , . - , - : x ""Grafted iwto thb Abmt. We csn'l Im agine what made Provost Marshal Nash do is .We hty requested him repeatedly not no-pntoar-Dame-io-tbe-box.-Bat he-d'uJ, aed'yesterday "grafted ns Into -tbe army." We nerer thoa-bt he Would "go back on a feller-what be knew.- Ue ia perfectly awtra we haven't coorajreenongh for a br d'wr; 'moch leaf's eonomon soldier. And then we are a peace man a more of a peace man now than ever. Wouldn't care if the ' rebels should lay down their arma to-morrow and g!re op, in fact wonld be rather glad" of it. But we suppose Uncle. Sam '.wanta ns jnst as bad as we don't want to go "'and that's pretty bad. The army needs men, most have men, and cur advice is, that all abonld volunteer. We always advocated that way of raising men;' It , is decidedly more agreeable to these who don't want to go, add does away with the draft. ...

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. — 7 July 1864

ILL EMLY BULLE Q ROSS & ROSSBR, Publishers. MAYSVILLE, KY.j THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1864. VOLUME 3 NUMBER 3 MAYS E KATES OF ADVERTISING. A square is Twelve lines of this izo type i,i t about 100 words of manuscript. " i a i 3 w O O O p cr1 m o O 1 Insertion 2 Insertions B Insertions One Month Two Months thiee Months 5ix Months One Yes r a a 5 a p C3 o c" c o" ca OQ UQ C4 CO 0 41 .00 fl .7512.80 $3.00 tB-00 flO 1.50 2.50 8.50 4.00 8.00 15 2.00 8.00 4.50 6.50 10.00 20 2150 8.50 5.0 .50 15.00 25 4 00 6.00 8.00 10.00 20.00 80 5.00 7.60 10.00 12.58 25.00 85 7 50 10.00 12.50 15.00 85.00 60 10 00 15.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 80 THE BULLETIN. rUBLISIIED EVEKY THURSDAY BY noss ROSS ek, Editors and Proprietors. !IAYSVII.T,F, JULY. T 1SGI Nigger Doodle) Dandy. Yankee Doodle is no more. Sunk bis name and station; Kigger Dooc'le takes Lis place, And favors 'molgamation, CI10BUS. Nigger Doodle's all the go, Ebin tlins and bandy, " Zcyal" people all must bow To Ni'gor Doodls DanJy. The white breed is und...

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. — 7 July 1864

THE BULL ETIN MTBL1SIIED EVEBY THURSDAY BY ROss Sc. 3, o s s e: re , Editors and Proprietors. ' -iKAYSVILtE, JULV. T 1864 OO Gold closed id Now York Tuesday, t f260. - CCnTosteaierT. J. Picket arrived at ; Cincinnati -on Friday eight. Her passe ti gers report that Hooter, Crook and Averill, with their commands, are in the EaDawba rValley. The soldiers of Hnoter report that at fight took place at Lynchburg, with equal Bombers on both side, bat in the eight the rebels were re-enforced by E well's com tnand, which was Stonewall Jackson's old .fcrigade. . Oo disco raring this oar men re treated in the morning, bat were surround- ed and cat to pieces on the retreat, with great slaughter. They lost their supplies and ammunition on the way. The com "mand was generally routed and cut to 'pieces. .It is reported that Gen. McCauslin and Gen. Morgan, with 9,000 men, have effect- - ed a junction, and were making towards the - lUworks ou the Kanawha. r Creat Fire in Louisville. .-On Friday morni...

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. — 7 July 1864

r THE BULLETIN. MA.YSV1L.L.K. - JULY 7 Increase of the Price of tbs Bulletin. Tbe Sabscript'.on price of the Bulletin will hereafter be Onb Dollib and "Fifty Cents per year, instead of Ons Dollab. O7"0ar fries d should rtmember that the Bulletin cootaios the latest tews re ceded to the boar of going to press. We will endeavor to present a complete aommary of the most important intel ligence, domestic and foreign, reports of the market, stocks, &c. Oar low price of sub scription enables all to take oar paper; and bow since events of the most exciting and important character are daily occurring, every man shoal J embrace the oppor tunity offered by the Bulletin, of becoming thoroughly posted. 0SrA barn belongiog to Mr. RlGQS, at Mt. Olivet, was struck by lightning, on last Thurday, and eutirely consumed. Messrs. Lewis II. Loso & Co., of this city, bad thirty-nine hogsheads of Tobacco in the barn at the time, which were consumed with the building. Sale of Mason Conntr Land. On ...

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. — 7 July 1864

li ! I if' N 1 u ''1 i3 l;j ;;j 1 '11 hi It 3 I J- : si. From the.NeV York Mercury. 'MaytIr- Memories. , - BY BXXBT C. HASKELL. toVtnt tnekyii bine nd briglUr-- - That tbeair i-lfrkgrnc-lcen,C 'Z Adlha;w;r earth -seems, in tbe nn warm - - ftght,--; r : LikBOinepoct'tf dream of Aidenj - -Andlkmrw-tb-t the" breeze, on ita whispering way fith"each iairpnngflow'ret dallies; , ; EatXxhiiik. cOhe.Iight of another May, . And 1 think of my darling Alice. tbaaky u then of iU fairest hue, , And bright the Maytimb hours; ' .... And.tLe whiapo'ing breeze aa lightly bler . .now through thescantea flowers. , And together we lorraed that soft spring day,: Bright dreu'm and airy palace ' Oh, I roouru for the light of. lhatother May, And-1 mourn for my' Jarling Alice. . ' ' Bot all too soon those drcamings fled; Ere the sommer-flowera had faded, We laid Lc down in her chorohyard bed, With weeping willows shaded. And tanwhed now aa th j sunset Tay, Bright dream and air-built palace, And I mourn for t...

Publication Title: Maysville Weekly Bulletin
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