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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 21 April 1864
M r 1 ' : . ' 1 1 ' - ' " " ' ... - - - -.- MAYSVII.I.E, KY "THURSDAY, " APRIL, ai l86i. ROSS & ROSSUR,- Ptlblisfhere. - - , ,-rw - RATES OF -ADVERTISING. ... , Aecjiara ia .Twelve lines of this size type rjual to aboat 100 words f manuscript. . ..- a a...".-. 1 -;.' S g i- - . rf: -..: a q C . S g a el o .. b a 5J o rr CQ ' '1.6041.75 $2.50 $8.00 $fi."0 ; 10 o 1 -,4 loeertiotis. ( ''3 Insertions . One Month Two Months , Tfa.ee Months ISIx Mp dths One Yr - ' -1 .SO 2.SU JJ.OV Oi" J 2.00 8.00 "4.50 6.50 10.00 2.60 P.60 1 5.00 6.50 15.00 4.00 " 6.00' 8.00 10.00 80 .DO 5 00 T.50 10.00 18.50 25.00 ' 7.50 10.00 '2.50 15-00 85.00 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 THE BULLETIN- PUBLISHED EVEKT THUESDAY BY -BO S S & BOSS EB , ' -kdi tors' and Proprietor's. BIAY6VILI.E. - APRIL 21 tSfWe are psrmitted to publish for the first time,' the" following beantiful producUon from Our gifto'l young townsman : The Little Boy Guiding tho Plow. - BT HKUBT T. STANTON. fcheii thebngle uote rarg in the ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 21 April 1864
THE BULLETIN. PUBLISHED EVEBT THUBSDAT BY ROSS As ROSHER, Editors and Proprietors. - MAYSVILLE APRIL 21 Henry Clay's Remains. - t After in Interment of twelve jeara, the Vemrimof Hkwbt CiaT were remOTtd lest week upon the deeth of bis wife, and placed side ' by Bide with here beneath tbe beauti ful monument erected to bh memory in the Tihicton Cemetery. : Connected with this Tent, the Observer seys the wreath of im: hortetfes pUced upon his coma by his friend, the gifted poetess, Mrs.: Ann 8. Stephens, prior to the rem oral ' of, the - bod y. from Washington, wu fonod to be in an almost perfect state of preservation, being bat little fsded, whilst a gold ringbearing the Initials "J. W" which rested near the wreath, was as bright as though just from a jeweller's tor. -' " - ' ' " CirThe French paper . of Philadelphia oblished an article taken from the Opin- ion Nationale of Paris, which includes offi cial document, and declares that the French Government is quietly conniving with the...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 21 April 1864
THE BULLETIN. aiAYSVILXE.APRII.8l. se- Fibk m East M atsYillb . T h alarm of fire, oo last Friday night, was caused by the burning of a frame bouse ia East Mays- Hie, occupied by the family of Mr. Bell. Uofortnsately, there Is oo Engine io that place, and such was -the rapidity with which the flames spread, that the family barely es caped. - The house was entirely consumed, The fire was supposed to bare "been caused by shooting at rats, under the smoke house ..:c fcXaysvillo Tannery.', ; The attention of Co on try Merchants and others is directed to the large and well es tablished Tannery of Mr. Patrick McCaa le, on the corner' of Market and Third atreets. , ' . . Tb.ii . Tannery ' has been in operation about forty years, and the quality of its leather cannot be surpassed by any other establishment in the West. (ErRead ROGERS' Wall Paper Ad- YXRTI8E31EKt. " - . - ": (KrTbe firemen were out last Monday afternoon, the alarm being caused by the burning of a chimney opposite Danlton's S...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 21 April 1864
if 4 , Hi r f I IN Ml IE 4 ! 1 i 5 si dh 4 If r. 1 i ! j ) s ' y THE SABBATH. Wllh Bilent awe; I bail the iacred mora 7 ." Which alowly wake while all tbafields are etill ; A Bootbingcalra on every breeze ia borne, - . , A graver arm or gurgle from tbe rill, And Echo answers softer from tbe MI, Tlndofterning the linntt from , the thorn; The sky-lark warbles in a tne leae shrill 1 Hail, light serenel- hall, altered Sabbath moral TbaYks float silent by, In airy drove; The iwa placid Inatreshos-.. Jbe gales that lately aigfa'd along the grove.. ' I ,Save hnsh'd their downy wings In sweet re- M. " . 1 - A A -. aaa AVA I j nc covering raoa oi crouas jorgeuiw m" . J smiled tfio'day when the flretmorri arose.; it. . f7 i And silence, o'er each wounded spirit, fell T ' " Likem.d'nlght pall; - 6ae wlien some moclrlog chd" of the past, , Broke like a startled bird, from out its lair, Sweeping with heavy touch the shattered chordi Of each bean's melody. H - ' -j Time's Ttishing tide i Swept'np...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 28 April 1864
A. 1 1 r ' i i : i - - - . ,2. :: -' ROSS & ROSSER, Publishers. c MAYSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, APRIL, 28 1864 VOLUME 2 NUMBER 4 -.5 1 11. J Cl- I 1 1 I If. ri W J " - ' ' -" I ' . . r . . . . BATES OP ADVERTISING. : ; A square la 'Twelve lines of this site type tjual te about 100 words of manuscript s , S 'S S a S o-. CO.. 0Q O. 1 Insertion 1.0J$1. 75 $2.60 $3.00 $6.00 10 Insertions . 1.60 2.50 8.50 . 4. 0O 8.00 15 8 Insertion S.00 8.60 4.50 6.6010.00 80 Joe Month 220.127.116.11 5.00 .60 15.80 25 Two Months 4X0 COO 8.00 10.00 20.00 80 Thiee Months 5.00 7.50 10.00 12.60 25.00 85 ftix Months 7.50 10.00 12.50 15-00 85.00 60 One Tear 10.00 1 5.00 20.00 25.00 5000 80 THE BULLETIN. ' rUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY' " , n Editors andProprletofs.' MAYSVILLE. - APRIL 28 ' ' RfTne following brief history of lire is from the pen of Barry Cornwall! Day dawned... Within a curtained room, Filled to faintnens with perfume, A lady laid at point of doom ' ' Day closed.- A child had seen the Bght, But for t...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 28 April 1864
THE .BULLETIN. PUBLISHED EVEBT THTJESDAY BY ROSS & BOSSEB, Editors and Proprietors. MAYSVJLLP. APRIL 28 OrGold was8688 ilNew York od . Tuesday"' ' 0 " - - -n rr r - QZrTt is estimated that tbe Federal loss on RJ River cannot be less tban 5,000 men Tic: 700 killed, 2,300 wounded and 2.000 prisoners, besides tbe wounded who fell in to tbe bands of tbe enemy. Foor steam- . boat loads of wounded meo came down Bed River on the 11th lost. Besides these ess ' nalties, the army lost twenty pieces of ar tillery and from 300 to 600 baggage wagons . and their contents of monitions, clothing, eta : (fcJ-Tbe courts of London, Borne. Vienna, Berlin, St. Petersburg, Spain and France, have agreed to recognize the Emperor of Mexico, immediately oo his accession. (KrThe Chisszo bankers decided to throw out on tbe 13th instant all Pennsyl vania, New Jorsey, Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana Jree bank notes. OPIymoutb, North Carolina, has bsen .taken by the Canfederates. From 1600 to 2,500 prisoners wire...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 28 April 1864
THE BULLETIN. MAYSVILLE. APRIL 8. 1864. OCT A New Yojk writer to a London pa par states that there is not a' be'gro barber in New York, who fa not an aspirant for the Presidential chair. ' 0O"Two hundred and ninety mechanics were remored to Louisville on Mon day night from the front, under guard, having struck for higher wsges. On Wed nesdsy the were aent north of the Ohio river, there to remain during the war. It is a crime to ask fair wages from this steal ing shoddy Administration. (TThe Federal fleet in front of Mobile is reported by southern newspapers to con felts of 18 vessels. OrThe Confederate Treasury Depart ment has issued $978, 000,000 of Treasury, notes. $796,000 000 sre now outstanding. fr"Father Chiniquy, the converted French Canadian priest, at Kankakee, 111., has taken to himself a wife. C7"Twenty two blockade runners and ateamboau have left Havana, Cuba. rA Fremont paper has been started in Washi cgton. ftyAll the sewing women of Connecti cut, N. H., have struck fo...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dollar weekly bulletin. — 28 April 1864
v ... i From tbeLoiili Democrat. The I75ro' Tiameat. 9 - ' 1 j - No cottoa In th f ow, -. ' -KetyitheaboTW V. JUid broken" is the hoe. T Tie weeds are in the garden, Wndtheyihe'and tbetbortr ; aiv a ' m Where were cottoqjn the field. r " 'Andpeaa amongtire corn. f cW eabins are all-ratting1, : . -v rr Ginnhrs -scattered roand vt." i - i. Thioottott gihi 1 aahea',, ' Ljicg.levaJ wkh the ground. - How JoHli rta rtn ishine', - '" Ho pleasant in "tbVsb'ade, ''Around ibe crowded corn crilr.I ' T , -- 'We happy 'niggers' playidr ; . How we sungouj merry ,spnge, " i .And we shacked Ue gathered corn, - As the w Hake j jog went round - V" And each swallowed down a ho1 .I&ut now tbe jng is broken," And tbe corn crib is no more c. . - -Tt'e fam'.ahed fox'ia barking . ; . i' In th9 empty kitchen door.- ' ( i. Old maater gave .na clothes, -' , . .AHi all nrchildren fad; -And mistress naraed tbe aick, . .. - When ill npoiTOia bed. . . , . . Sow spurned, 5n raga and sorrow, In hunger and in co...