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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 11 February 1864

-""St p'MM 3!'..ii-fvt. "w r fri: vcd wi-I ..trot wt i ,uq (-ii r s.' ; ...t y y,,.,,;. , ri i.,v Utcqaw -r:.-c asT , Hg5 ROSS&i SQSSBR, Publishers. ?a;o ira9 erf? MAYS VILI.B. KY, THURSDAY FEBRTTARY 11 1864. VOLUME 2 "" '1 . c:- er;.:.' NUMBER 34 ;r no B' 1 KATES OF ADVERTISING. j, 'ATsquar Is 3fjlYVlneyf jf WtXPr-.' itial te about 100 words of manuscript. p o CI o c c e o -'1.50 2.50 S.50 - 4.00 " 8.00" J3 2.00 8.00.4-.50 6.50 10.00 20 ' 2.50 fl.50 5.00 'B.50 15.00 25 . : A.oo : .oo 8.00 10.00 20.no so t insertion - Insertions i Insertions Jne Month Tjro Month Th.ee Moalh-, 5.00 .T.50 JO.00 12.50 25.00 85 Six Months 7. no loo is.au la-uv v One Year 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 80 THE BULLETIN, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ' " ROSS Sc. ROSSfE'B;. Editors and Proprietors. MAYSVII.I.E. FEBRUAR1 11. 1864. . . T :" '- ' From thRouni Ta'nlo. ':.v. ;. : v.- i.' ' Tmbh times of sorrow and reed ' i r ; H Timoi to-raalce htorU of adamant blood; w ; Times thai a:ep to have been decreed T...

Publication Title: Dollar Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 11 February 1864

THE-BULLETIN. rUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. J3Y., RO88 Sc. BOBBEB, Editors and Proprietors 5IAYSVILLE. FEBRUAR1 II. 1864'. Joat-MauleraY of Maysville. Editors of the Bulletin. OsiiTtuUH: I . send 70a list of tbe ntmei of those persons who have occupied the--, office of Postmaster?, in the City of of Maysville sinee lu organization: - iT Georqs Mitchell vti the first Post master, and resigned to 1793. . Eduvsd Martts succeeded him and held the office until 1801 or 1802, when he re signed.: - " - Moses Dauxtos was then appointed, and resigned in 1809 or 1810. . -Johjt Bob occupied the office until about 1824. .W " William Mcbpht succeeded him and died in office. .cMau&ios Labtohobbtb was then appoint ed, -served some years and was removed upon political grounds. Thomas Marshall was his successor and resigned. Nicholas D. Colemajt next held the office and resigned in 1834. . .. Jahes C. Colemas succeeded him and was removed in 1841 for political reasons. - James W. Cobobh - next occupi...

Publication Title: Dollar Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 11 February 1864

1 - FEBtfARV 11 MAYS TILXE. wishing the BvMetin, most pay for It la advance. W. are compelled to adopt this course in Justice to ouri.Wes. Oar terms ere only On DoBr per year. Masquerade Ball t the Goddard Douse la Jttarsville. The recent snccessfal exhibition of Tab leaux in our City, bss given additional in apiration topleasursble tod Innocent enjoy ments among onr many friends. One of the most brilliant and Interesting pieces produc ed at the late exhibition at the Court House, was a representation of a Masquerade Ball, in which many of the most beautiful and graceful ladies and spirited young gentle man of the Society, figured with fine effect. This has no doubt stimulated the desire, which we learn is Tery great, to attend the Masquerade Ball, which we understand is designed to come off at the Goddabd House in this City on the 24th of February. We learn that Tery extensive preparations are being made to render this one of the most agreeable acd brilliant entertainments of the k...

Publication Title: Dollar Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 11 February 1864

, i Sir? .1 ' n :j.y Midjktiri)tnv?i) wintet'ardijr Was hummingwith its, wonted Jiois,, ' fjUyeojfcIfealcglgd g18 a0" ypr-Vvf ti 4MfeVl)n-t,heil!aane-Di,- Ent mora on fnrtiv7jscbief bent, The while the master' dO;Wward,Io,p;k, When a'uddenly, behind hja baclrs , ' " Wbaf'a that?" the etaxtfed master erts; 'TJiai) a little imp replies; " Wath William Wiilith, if you-pleatbe.-rv"' H With ftyA tojnajce a Uioe thrill The master tinrAA&red '"Hlther'r Willi" Like wretch o'ertaken is-faii track, ,Wi tb tohn cbattels.on his baclQ " IT Kong 14 bead til tear arid shame, ,-,-Andto the awful presenca came ' -A gTeat,gre a, bashful simpleton', ' " 1 8; -Tlto"bctBof all good-natured fnn-' r ..rWIth:kndleanpprftiMda.nd burch upraised, JtlTna threatener1-faltered "I'm amazed ' " That you, my biggist pupil ahonld' - ' " Be-gailtyaa.arJt sorodel' "::: JJeiCpre-the wholetot school to bootro .'I f ""WEat'eviJ genicspnt you. tp'tl a,.-r? 4,Twas he, herself, sir," aobbed the lad, " o - a man i mean t...

Publication Title: Dollar Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 18 February 1864

I -1 ...MUy ' " I'lf- g'i it iw m.mi. Ji n i. 'n iiuiit iji 'yWfij jf.ii-..;-i . ..I. . .j. ;.!aW..av'tggrara'-J-::Jj,. ft'-' r" "r ' --'-;r--- .y,,.., i,.,.., , w:-'r r i. rj-;T-wn , ., ... ..... , .. -y..-. . wr jt.""i !m. . i ' ', " ' 1 ' ,rj !'T i - : a ... ; j ' 'y i. .-' " c.-n. ;...'? .-'-..'m-. . , .- ' ., i ; J i .. , . 77 ; ..';'.' 11 - 1 "r m-Mfc ""' i ' '" " I : ' r " - i , , i i ' 1 ' " " ' ' " ' ' " I T - 1 . ' ' . fc ,r IS ROSS libs SER. Publishers ' i L ci JMAYSVILLB, KY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13 1864. VOLUME 2 NUMBEI2 35 . i-;.r:V?r;: RATES OFbvEhTlS.iNG.' T A? fiat ai ;te '- Twel ve ; 1 ine C this lire type IqtWl Wbont lt)0 "WtiTds of mantftCTips. ' .as ..'! -3 s '.- a - 0 d rf (he 1 Insertion. A Tnfukrtinna E ti.00tl.T5 $2.50 $3.00 f 6.00 tlO - 1.50 j 2.0-90; .00 $.00' 15 " rt Art o AA J eA K RA T A Art OA Jne Month Two Months. , Th.ee Months Bix Montbf , One Year t " i 2.50 1. 8.60 5.00 : 6.60 15.00 m rt e Af O AA 1 A AA OA (fi 5.00- T.50 10.00 i.50 25.00 . T.f$ 10. ...

Publication Title: Dollar Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 18 February 1864

THE BULLETIN. rUBLISIIED EVEHT 1JHUESDAY BY ' XI. OSS & BOS SJ3K Editors and Proprietors. ' MAYSVIUiE, FEBRUARl 18. 1864. 0rA" movement it on foot among the Missouri Conservatives to nib Gen.' Frank FtWTt i f., fornext Governor or that State. ; fj2rScren tbonsandl&ul of thirteen thou tsjid; moles hats perished in one corral at Chattanooga, owing to tbe lack of food and proper treatment. ... - . sr (pPekin, China, has the oldest newspa per in. the world.. It has been published or pne thousand years, and Is printed on a Large sheet of silk. k()b:The United States corvette St. Lon is left Lisbon on ibe 25th to intercept an Eng lish bark w.th guns and stores for the rebel cruiser Rappahannock. Q7 A' wag once remarked that the reason why : unmarried ladies looked so often at tie moon, was the vulgar belief that there was a man in it. Base slander. . V: (KrTbe Duke of Cleveland died at Roby Castle in England on tbe 18th nit. -7 - .'. - 0T"Nicholas McCormicy, a : wealthy bachelor o...

Publication Title: Dollar Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 18 February 1864

4 THE BULLETIN. MAYSVILLE. FEBUARt 18. O-Persone wishing the Bulletin, must pay for it Jo advance. We are compelled to adopt this course in justice to ourselves. Oar terms are only One Dollar per year. '. (KrMr. Joho D. Lloyd, sold his farm one mile from Germantowo, for $30,25 per acre, cash. ' ' ' CrTickets for the Masquerade Ball can bo had at S. Salomon's office. Accident. On . last Saturday eyenlog while firing a salute for the return of th uuinuiu utuiucij negimeoi, ine can- con became so heated, that it went off pre maturely, the ramrod shattering the arm of Richard Archdeacon, and injuring his hand so badly, it was found necessary to ampa (ate two of his fingers on the right band. Thahks. Hon. L. W. Powell, will please accept onr. thanks for public doco ments. " j -A good portion of the town of Besuforr, S.C., was sold last month for unpaid taxes, and a few negroes were among the prioci pal purchasers. i ' " The President's recent call for 500,000 men is intended to .Delude t...

Publication Title: Dollar Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 18 February 1864

; it Sr-c : ;.-;) !; . . J i J "Let them anatonyBf Eegan, and see what Dftea about toer neaft. II tnere . any cause in iuthat make tes hard hearts? 7.. . Kino Leab It is a very eaherat snppositiori that those women eteenn lr characterized- old maid W p&rlle$, ibu o far as. my observation goes, they hXve really the beet and teoder eit heart that' I have been made acquainted with.., . . . , . . .', "Ebal jhey ha4pot raarrieJ ia.very. eel flora owing, to the want, of opportunity, though -lo some instance hl may be the cse, for usually their talent ara not of that Jaafliriig andfho order moat appreciable to men. . . . , , Ooe '-axielleot quality, they are almost always found possessed ofgood common fepie strong evidence oT it exists.in - the Fact of their being old maids they estimate wisely the' beds of their taares,, and pru dently prefer their "maiden meditations, fancy free, to the selling of their birth rights for a' mess 'of pottage'. .A'thocisand times they have seen their mo...

Publication Title: Dollar Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 25 February 1864

i : ;rc- C, J. i. A 4 i .'Slfi i H v 1' N ROSS & ROSSBH, Publisliers. MAYSVILLE, KY.; THURSDAY. PEBRtTARY 25, ; 1864. u -r -,.v 5 -r; . , j L n ii M j i m r v ht; r ay ' 1 - -v-a - raft s fcft r J fc 5 '. ' J .'- i tit.. .It. "! :-tt ! J ; V. r ; .,....,-.,-. , ' ' , , " r'; '; ', -rm-.-' ..rt , aT,-r ? .. . . . - . . - - - - - ' . r v- RATES OF ADVERTISING. a aatiare is Twelve lines of tllt eize type aqI t idodi ivy wviua vi iubu mcv . ft r & c to 5. o aa CO 1 Insertion 2 Insertions i Insertions , One Month Two Mrfnths Th.ee Months 11.00 $t .15 $2.50 $3106 18.00 10 1.50 20,8.50 4.00 8.00 15 . 2.00 8.00 . .60 5.60 10.00 20 2;60 8.50 " 5.00 6.50 15.00" 25 4.00 " 6.00 8.0010.00 20.00 80 5.00 T.B0 10.0frl2.50 25.00 - 85 Six Month ta 10.00 12.50 15-00 85.00 60 Dne yrxi. 1.0-16J)020.00 25.dQ 50.PO 80 TH TBUEIiETIN. rUBLISnKD EVEKT TEIISDAY BY o b's & Rossxiiii Editors and Proprietors. MAYSVILIE.FEBRDAR1 25. 1864. Ior I bad Loved her when a Boy. F Flow many faien sre there who...

Publication Title: Dollar Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 25 February 1864

THE BULLETIN. rDBUSHKO VfiV THURSDAY BY" . ROSS & K09 SEIt, Editors and Proprietors.' KATSTII.I.iVrEBUUAR,l 5. 1804. 'and staff beve arrived at- Ricbmood aod lodged in jlbby Prisma. ' " 5 fffTh. tobaeeo factory: was boreed" Moo &xj. in, Biookly a. - Lou 875.000. V - "(jrSeveral thousand Federal prisoners BVrc.beeo.ceat- from Richmond to Gcor- w- - v" '-; . -JArchbishop Hughes during bit term of arckbieboprlo, ordained 102 piitiU and consecrated 6 bishops.--- r: - ; ; t - - 1 " . OCrEmma WUoa l having bar trial in," Detrail . for murdering a aoldier at a boose of ill-fame a that city. ' . CrA young lady, Darned Davis, of Deil, .Michigan, abot . Miss Fanny Price' after church laat 8anday. Caose jealooey, about soldier."" ' .. - CT After the issue of all the Sonde and Green-backs now afloat, the Secretary of tb a .Treasury rrporU deficiencies to the amount f S0.000.C00! v - tVorGaneral Meade, in his lata Phlladel- phia speech states that tba Potomao Army baa bat, since Its orga...

Publication Title: Dollar Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 25 February 1864

MAYSTILLE. - FEDUARt. (Ky-Pereona wishing the Bulletin. must pay for it tn advance. We are compelled to adopt this course in justice to ourselves. Our terms ere only One DoUar Vn year. . ob"It ia reported froca Mobile that Federal supply trsin of 40 wsgons has heen destroyed oesr Decatur.' fjy-The cumber of claims of deceased and d!scharged soldiers presented duricg 1862 was thirteen thousand fire hundred. The number during 1863 waa forty-five thousand seven hundred. fjrGovernor Carney has been elected U. S. Senator by the Legislature of Kansas. This ends the Senatorial career of the not ed Jim Lane. OrThe Supreme Court of California has decided that the State law allowing soldiers to rote 1s unconstitutional. OCrThe total cost of the monitors bail and being built will be $22,150,000. OiTMink skins, which a few years sgo sold for a quarter, now bring from four to seven dollars. OyTbe Juarez party in Mexico now governs the State of Tamaulipas. President Jusrex was on bis way to Brown...

Publication Title: Dollar Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 25 February 1864

r Jr.-" V- t ' f 1 1 t . t . i . ( f fr?- p 9 1 ' -hi . v. if) i Mil 3 ; !'. i 1 IS t 4 ' I ; t . r: -0"! it- !!'!: W i - ii- s- Eng a R3TTT)f Geibaclt, v3ke't full of trash. T or he'ad ana "ear's fti debt," f J ' (.din oil ofjeiiy atb; c- J Heap ofTax Collectors, nwp rybaeyat tree, v-." 45 y tVe fn aVettflx, ' - v. With Goldatfty-three. p f f tAt In th TWUi'HM-7 J "? ' ; 1 - ibiKtoVJbyirriaBrt " J jjifeadon tpe Bapijan; ; , c-V Afraid to do the fighting; Surrounded by bis spies; Isusy forging lies. i-chnseln thA treasury -"v Jd aiiDgwortiVee notes;, . tin lirf aVTarrishurg Making-8rrt54y-C03ts; 7 213 Sfflo" . Charleston, v . t Ioat in .fbf 5 7? Torney under Abo's chair" c- I ir.; fcvJfcck.dfcwoat Baltimore, .;": : 3 at TPfii?8 4irty .wort;- r:,t 1- B oiler MA'or'oJk,- r';, . 3 .' epragpo in Jinooo .Jaland, . bating ap pie caw;- G. -l "-' Everett at OUtj-aburg;: iv 2 - T siting bke an Asa, Beecherin Brooklyn, J. Bnrnside at Knoxvillo; ' T In a kiud of Ax; 'r Dablgieb atSurtitei ' . ...

Publication Title: Dollar Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 3 March 1864

V5 f J l : IWYM X. i.. ROSS & ROSSER, ' Publishers. MAYSVILLB, KZ; THURS( 3,-1864. VOLUME :2 o NUMBER : 37 JlijJwrMlJkv; . - - ' ' - ' ... RATES OF ADVERTISING. A 3tira Is Twelve linee of this size type ejual U about 100 words of manuscript. o . s s 5 n 6 s s r a - o a - o i-' , c. o - 1 Insertion ' tl .0011 .T5 $2.50 i3.00fe.00 10 9 TnMrtinna 1.50 8.50 8.60 " 4.00 8.00 IS I Insertiona . - 9.00 S.00 4.50 5.50 10.00 Joe Month 2.50 .5Q 5.00 6.&0 15.00 Two Months 4.00 6.00 8.0010.00 20.00 Th.ee Months " 5.00 7.50 10.00 12.50 25.00 'Bix Months " 1. 50 10.00 12.50 15.00 35.00 One Year " 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 20 25 SO 85 50 80 THE BULLETIN. rUBLTSIIKD EVERY THURSDAY BY " E0S &; XOS SEBj . Editors and. Proprietors. , ; 51AYSVILL.E, MARCU 3. I8G4. ii. . . . ; w RORY'S KI33INO. 'Bout a liasd ye ask I Its me that can to! II For old as I'm cow, I'm minding it well; When a Bpalpeen of three with how much delight ily mother kiaeed Eory and bade him good night Bat my mother sh...

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

THE BULLETIN. PUBLISHED EVEEY THUBSDAY BY n O S 8 & BOSSEtl, Editors and Proprietors. KAYSVIIXE MARCH S. 1864. -- ftrThar were 1 13 deaths among the rtbel priioneri ..at Camp Morton . during January. . . r; C7-Thlberg. tbe great pianist, in the Wtn '1862 end 1863, made by" giring con certs, OTcr $HQ,WU. 'QrThere are 38,183 bouses of worship ' i ifc.TInittd States, of which 12.81& or - shout 33 per cent., are In rebeldom. . . CO' Parson Brownlow still haa a, keen .'eye to the "main chance." He has brought snit for $25,000 damages against tome rebellions folks in East Tennessee. The old Parson is bent on dying rich, do matter what becomes of the Union. fjTbe mortality in the Chattanooga . bospitals, for the past three weeks, avers jo 60 per day. fjyThe Stats of Minnesota now pays bounties for Indian scalps. . (KrNew Hampshire leads off in . the coming elections. She votes early in March Gr"The Emperor Nsr. cleon will be fifty- seven yeara of sse in March: Eugenie w thirty eigh...

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

THE BULLETIN. MARCH, S Nepttine Supper and Fair. Bobt. Ficki.ik. Esq., Chairman of the Neptun. Hall BoUdin Committee, requests M to return thanks of tba - Com pany to tha Ladiaa of Maysville for tba Snppar and Fair, gotten up by them ' for tba benefit of their Ccm ptny. Tba affair was a complete success, and' tba proceeds far exceeded what tba moat sanguine anticipated. Tba inclement weather kept many away on tbe second trenins of the Sapper, but tbe large . and liberal crowd that attended demonstrated clearly tbe high appreciation our citizens have of tbisefficient Fire Company, This Is aa It sbonld be. The Firemen when call ed upon by tbe shrill intonlDgs of tbe Fire bell in tbe night to go fortb and assist in subduing tbe devouring element, ask no questions in regard to the westber. This seemed to prompt our citizens to attend their sapper is spite of wiod or weather. Tbe nett proceeds of the supper amount ed to tbe handsome sum of $361 40, which we understand will place tbe Comp...

Publication Title: Dollar Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 3 March 1864

i- 1 Si v - Prom the Philadelphia Bond Mercury. ; 7 J There's no Mistake la That. r" J b vstsx rtprrEcoal. Ten There'sna Zn& about the JJouter Some years ago no debt we owed, , Small taxes bad lo pay, " ; ' -lJuVnoVwe'whTatle to the tnife" Of million every day; For taxes all our pockets drain - r as iny vat, . .'.I -And are np to the eyes in debfr TK'kiv8tati4thdt! "J ' - -Chobcs::. . --j - - - Vforregiie liaveoow'the urper h'and, - ' ' And knaves are getting fat. , . BatVorkiogmen rirdsi pay for all There's bo mistake in thaU . - , ... .,1 i- - - v-J t All of yon know, foar years ago. Before this war begun, ' We all could buy oar winter coal For tteo-and a half ton, -.And had good fires to warm our shins, . ' As by tlio etcve we sat, -1 - Bnt must to-day ten dollar pay There's -no mbtake in that. -t S ', -!CHOAc-Fbr rogues have,cc, Provisions, too, were very cheap, : .. . . And bouse moderate renV. . - ' i of ore shiripIaatcrB were in vogue,- Worth sixty-two per cent: Prima bee...

Publication Title: Dollar Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 10 March 1864

r ....... - :-!-: T. r.vr r-'i.i'J.'l TFT1 n ROSS & R03SER, Publishers. M AYS VILLB, KY., THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1864. VOLUME 2 NUMBER 3 f r m RATES OF ADVERTISING. ' A ultra is Twelve HtresTJfltw size type a - a a 6 o 5,5 2. C o O to w .-v,. '.: -i.t" l Insertion. ' 00. CO . r- 1 .00 tl -75 12.50 $3.00 f ft.00 10 2 Insertions a Insertions Jhie Month Two Months Th.ee Months gix Months OneYeir 1.50 1S.au e.w .o o."u J " 2.00 8.00 AJiO 5.50 10.00 20 2.60 .50 5.00 B.50 15.00 25 4 00 6.00 8.0010.00 20.00 SO 5 00 7.50 10.00 12.50 25.00 85 7 50 10.00 12.50 15.00 35.00 50 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 50-00 80 THE BULLETIN. rTJBLTSaKD EVEKY THURSDAY BY ROSS & HOSSEIS, EcJlt6rs;and Proprietors. Fi jHAvsvittF, atAnrn io-i8G. " From the Gazette and Comet. 'The Prince and tlie Peasant. ; -k : A EOMANCE. T J. WSlXrHOTOX WELCH. I pnw ft monarch on his throne Of state, A host of jewelled courtiers lingered near, While countless slaves stood by his wish to wait, And ranic, notefell on the list'ning...

Publication Title: Dollar Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 10 March 1864

THE BULLETIN. rUBLISOTTD EVEKT THURSDAY BY ROgS & BOSSER, Editors and Proprietors. IhTAYSYILLE. MAItCII 10. 1 864. (ttrllon. Wk. H. Wabs wobth will ploasa ; ccentor thanks for a copy of tbe Con gressional Director for tbe first session of -the 38th Congress. .' 0"Last" Saturday night, tbe fith insL, ' twelve er fourteen negroes, the property of 'Anderson Lyon, made their escape to Ohio. , , , . fjrThe consumption ef cotton in Eog- - land laat year was nine per cent. United . State; nine per cent. Brazil; sixty-five per . cent. East India; seventeen per cent. Eg' - ypt, &c CSrAU waaqniet atDnppel on the 19th. In eonseqnence of a circnitons movement of . the German troops the Dases were com-.-. pelled to evacoate folding, in Jutland. A cavalry engagement subsequently took place, without any decisive result. 65rThe attack npon Mobile Is said to be a mere demonstration to prevent the Con federates there going to the assistance of . CrGen. John Morgan, and his two staff officers,...

Publication Title: Dollar Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 10 March 1864

V THE BULLETIN. JttAYSTIttE. MARCH, 0 0TAfir occurred in the tobacco ware house of Thomas Wataoc, in New York, last Saturday, destroying and damaging tobacco to the amount of 850,000. Calirornians who attempt to pay their debts in greenback instead of specie are advertised in the papers as dishoneit, and made social outlaws. The Rhode Island heavy negro ar tillery have been largely used up in Texas, by being fired into by a Union regiment A large number were killed. It is said that Sumner is about to intro duce a resolution in the House to change the name of the United States to Neia Africa. OCrSumner is preparing a bill to prevent disloyal persons from settling on the pub lic lands. By disloyal, Sumner means per sons not Abolitionists. 0-A United States corvette has beeo destroyed in Charleston Harbor by a rebel torpedo. A number of lives were lost. " Crlt is estimated that the ship-owners in and about Portland, have realized $6', 110,500 for vessels sold in England since October, ...

Publication Title: Dollar Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 10 March 1864

J i t 4 I 1 . it -J; '' it' V' .f : ABirvw.JikiwUoiiALirE- Tb river; small . and. xlear hi iu origin, gnaheajottb. from rocks alia -ino.a. deep gVri,- tnd. wantons sod meanders through i Vild and pfelnresque country, Uourishi o only tbe nnooltivaied traa dr-flower by its aawvr spray. In this, tU etate- of infancy and youthit may bo corupred to the bu man mind, in Which fancy and 'strengt h of fm agination ;sro predominant; it is more beautiful than useful." When tbe d fierent Mflsfind torrents join, and descend into the plain, it beccunes sloiy sod stately in its . motions; it is applied to move machinery, to irrigate .meadows, and to bear upon its bos om the stately barge; in this mature Etate, it is deep, strong and useful. As it flows on towards tbe'sea, :it loses its force and its motion, and at last, as it were, becoines lost and mingled with the mighty abyss of wa ters. Pursuing; the metaphor , farther, we may sayV-tbat in "its origid, -its thundering and foam, when ii-cirries...

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