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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 14 July 1864

IT ETIN JUij 0 ROSS & ROSSER, Publishers. MAYSVILLB, KZ, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1864. VOLUME 3 NUMBER 4 WEEKLY 1 RATES OF ADVERTISING. A square is Twelve lines of this size type -.-.n.l ta about 100 words of manuscript. a e 5 OS 9 DQ a a CO o CO 1 Insertion Insertions 8 Insertions One Month Two Months Thiee Months fix Months One Year $1.00 fl.75 $2.50 3.00t.00 10 1.50 3.50 8.50 4.00 8.00 15 2.00 8.00 4.60 5.50 10.00 20 2.50 8.50 5.00 6.50 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 12.60 15.00 85.00 60 10.00 15.00 20.00 5.00 50.00 80 THE BULLETIN. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY KOS8 Sc ItOS H JLZ It , Editors and Proprietors. MAYSVIM.E. JULY. It ISGt A. PRAYER FOR PEACE. BT A LADT. Onr sky'e o'erspread with gloomy clouds, Oar tun hislight Has hid. The Htara grow dina which 'Inmsd Onr bann?is bright, Onr hearts re worn with bitter grief, ; Onr eyes with tears Grow dim. A bl bitterly we weep, Yetcoono hears. To Tbeo, Great God, we lift onr hearts, To 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. — 14 July 1864

THE BULLETIN. rUBLI5HJED EVERT THTJESDAY BY BOSS nossER, Editors and Proprietors. MAYSVILLE, JULY. 14 1864 OrQold closed ia New York Tuesday, at f290. r- C-Tbe 'loyal colored people of Balti more hare presented the President with t Bille. V&yTbe total nnmbor , of department tlerVs at Washington is about 3000. - '("Millions of locusts are making their appearance in Wisconsin. Many persons hare been so severely bitten by them that are not expected to lire. Their last ap pearance was in 1819. ftT-Tha New York Herald says the only reason Governor Tod was nominated for Secretary was, that he told a better story 'than any other man la Ohoio. O-The Abolition organ in Louisville threatens the Louisville Journal with sup presion. (JirTfee stockholders or the Central Ken tucky Stock, Agricultural and Mechanical Association have unanimously decided to hold no fair this year on the grounds of the Association, sear Danville. GZrln 1766 207,600 pounds of powder, which was stored in the chnrch...

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. — 14 July 1864

''I THE BULLETIN, MAYSVILLE. JULY 14 Increase of the Price of the Bulletin. Tha SabscriDtton Drice of the Bulletin - 4. , Will hereafter be Ow Dollab and Fifty Cints per year, Instead of 0n Dollas. Fdn Ahead. There ia to be Grand Pto Nio, near Mayallck, next Saturday, ia Abraham Johnson's Woods. A fine band of Mnsio has been engaged, and good time a anticipated. 0OWe call the attention of our readers, to the postponement of the Sale of that desirable property, known as the "Pabkeb House," and the proposition to sell or rent thejsame. Dbowned. An interesting son of Samuel JSaston, agea r.ignt years, was arownea in the Ohio, last Monday, while bathing OCrTwo Dew joint stock companies are advertised in Liverpool, to ran steamers between that oort and the St. Lawrence in the summer, at.d to Portland in the winter. The capital of each is fixed at 1,000,000. OCTThe pirate Florida has been making sad havoc among the merchantmen and coast ers off the Virginia Capes. The crews of four or fiv...

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. — 14 July 1864

r 1 1 ; ' I! . ' i ; t I: ? H '7 & if i ill 3 1 I I - . - Klghieea-Vears Since. "W bop w thall not be accused of trea son for republishing for the benefit of all concerned, the following choice relic of the paat: XJin. Enq.' From the New Tort Tribune, Jnne 1,1845. - CHRISTIANITY ASD WiB. If tone pestilence were now raging in our Sonth-wettern border, mowing down a hun dred or two human being per day. and threatening to overspread the land, what a profusion of prayers, and fastings, and depre- eatlona of Ood'a wratnlnl justice would De heard from all our ten thousand churches! .If news had bnt arrived that the inhabitants of the valley of the Rio Grand e, no matter 00 -which back re&iding, were pining and dying for food, what thrilling appeals would be : made. to Christian benevolence through our newspapers! What meetings would be held to raise supplies of corn and cattle for our suffering dying fellow-men! Yet now, when we hear of hundreds recklessly slaughtered there dying ...

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. — 21 July 1864

Wsr' v":c r: -"'r v".iV"y. v-vii-. :-,-v -i-H. i "-" ' r?? ROSS & ROSSER, Publishers. 1VTAYSVILI.E, KY., THURSDAY, JULY 21; 1864; VOLUME 3 NUMBER SV1I 1 i BATES OP ADVERTISING. V A square is Twelve lines of this size type . --.ni t about 100 -words of manuscript. - - ,,. - a ' S S S S o B s go. . . on a OS , . - w " at '' CO H - " t-N v. t Insertion -3 Insertions . 3 Insertions ;One Month " Two Months Thieo Mouths. Six Months One Year $1 .00 .75 $2.50 $3.00 6.00 10 1.50 - 2.50 , 8.50 4.00 8.0 15 " 2.00 8.00 4.60 5.50 10.00 20 2.50 S.50 5.00 B.50 15.00 25 4.00 ' 6.00 8.00 10.00 20.00 ' 80 - 6.00 7.50 10.00 12.50 25.00 85 7.50 10.00 12.5015-00 85.00. 50 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 SO THE BULLETIN. PUBLISHED EVEET THUKSDAY- BY KOSS &. ROSSER, Editors and Proprietors. : 3IAYSVIL.T.E, JULY. 1 ISG4 bt keqckst.J . RICHMOND ON THE JAME3. A Boldierboy from Bourbon,ley gasping on the field, ' " - 1 When the battle shock was brer and the foe was forced to viold: Ho fell a youthful he...

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. — 21 July 1864

THE BULLETIN; PUBLISHED EVEBT THUBSDAT'BY";. 1 ROSS Ac ItOSSEK,' Editors and Proprietors. 9f AYSVILTiK," JUIjY. 21 l4 ..Tit- Nawa. Tbe dispatches . are ex treme !y barren cf any intelligence. "With the" Army of the Essrr' matters at litesV d Tlcei remained qnfet. (gj-QoW closed fn New Y'ort Tuesday, ,:t;ta?a. r : :v::::tv; (r-The . Detroit Trioue aaya that quite "a cumber of reber emissaries are now re cruiting; -in Canada. Toronto seems to La loeirneadqoartm. .At Windsor. Major St. Lawrence, chief in, the bnsineu, obtained over, fifty recruiti In a few days, chiefly from among rebel aoldiera who bare escap ed from Union prlsooe. ,-. . j K7"Tbe Indianapolis Journal aaya tha In case the President calls for 300.000 more men, Indiana's quota will be about 14,000, from wbicb we will dednct oar excess of 8 600, leaving the actual number to raise about 6,500. Of this number 2,500 will be drawn from defblent townships, and 3.000 will be drawn from ell the townships, of the State, in propor...

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. — 21 July 1864

Increase; of th Price of tb Bulletin. The Subscription price of the Bci,letih ..1 i. k. n. Doiui aho Fifty toad of Ohb Dollar.,-, Ckst per year, ins (Ey-We are authorized to ay iu w.p.. Wic. D. Cobtkll ia not a caodidata for Sheriff, the ooming Angnat election. (Ey-The Illiooie farmer are offirio three dollar., a day farm hands and can find no takers.', . .; ! - ' - CTheNew York Aaaociated Bank and Mr. Fessenden have failed. to agree npbo tertna for the $50 000.000 loan, and in con teqqence gold advanced, closing at 275. - - (y About seventy thousand dollars .in gold was recently found in an old cellar in Kcir Hampshire. - - - (v-Bamum's fat woman, M:ss Jane Pish on, formerly exhibited as Miss Jane Camp bell, died at Brcokald;C-., the other day . Ten men were employed to get her into her cofSn, which was so wide that the door of the honse bad to be enlarged to enable its removal. ' . OO-Rev. Dr. Kennard.of the Tenth Bap tist Chnrch in Boston, bae preached ten thousand aermane, bapti...

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. — 21 July 1864

'ALL FOR THB NIGGfcR. We are taxed od our clothing, our meat and onr On out carpets and dishes, onr tables and bed Oa-our to and our coffee, onr fuel and lights -Aad'wa'ra taxed so severely -we can't sleep -o' - Bigots i ". i'-'S fcLIj. -.i C-vI .? . .. v r. -. . eaore. And. it's all for the nigger, great God can ftba- Tbo home of the brave and tbe land of tbe fiee! Ve are' stamped on onr mortgagee, cheeks, note ?; - -and bills, . v v ; ? . --:'.-On oar deeds, on oar contracts, and on bur last t - ; .. . . - . . . ......... . V r . . wills;, ... .. ,. And tbe star-spangled banner in mourning doth - - ' ,wiv ... . . ... O'er tbe wealth of tbe nation turned into tbe .'Cr ". grave ; ' " .; - ! " ' V . ( Caoacs And it's all for . tbe Digger. Ac. ... , we are taxed on our onuses, our, stores and oar -".'shops,'--- ' - J. On onr stoves and our dishes, onr brooms and onr 'mops,' " ' '- On onr bones and cattle, and, if we abould die. "We are taxed on tbe ccffin in which we mast lie. Cbobfb-...

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. — 28 July 1864

r E ROSS & ROSSER, Publishers. MAYSVILLE, KY.i THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1864. VOLUME 3 NUMBER MAYS? J 1 BATES OF ADVERTISING. A square ia Twelve lines of this size type .eaano aooni iuu words of manuscript a S s 2 c cr , CO o co (3 CO o ri e t Insertion -fi Insertions 3 Insertions One Month Two Months . Jhiee Montba. t'i Months One Year ' 0 Q 1 .-N i-l $1.00 $1.75 $2.50 $3.00 $6.00 $10 1.60 2.50 8.50 4.00 8.00 15 2.00 8.00 4.50 5.50 10.00 20 2.50 8.50 5.00 .6.50 15.00 25 4.00 8.00 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 85.00 50 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 SO TH H, 'Hill I HIT N " . VUBLlSIItD EVEKT TnTJRSDAT BY ROSS &c KOS SEK Editors and Proprietors. MAYSVILTjE. -.rilf.V. 28 184 From the Louisville Democrat. ' The Green Lane. BY WILL. WALLACX TJASNEY. The blo.'sorus were thick on many a bed 50, The green leaves hid the thorn. The sun came down on Lis milk-white feet , And stood ia the standing corn. When a beantifnl maid, with raven Lair, And l...

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. — 28 July 1864

THE BULLETIN. 'rUBLISnED EVEKV THURSDAY BY Editors and Proprietors. ' MAYSVILLP JULY. 28 184 07 Gold closed in New York Tuesday, t 260, CTber are cow 9.000 rebel prisoners in th barracks at Rock Island, (111) and 6,377 at Camp Douglas, Chicago. There rt also several hundred at Alton. n , " . 'L frirGoTernment bagged fourteen thous and, dollars by sale of confiscated property in Alexandria. : .(KrA New York lady has hired three men to go to the war for her since hostili ties commenced. a . . (KrThe Democracy of Indian?, are very sanguine of electing their ticket by 10,000 "majority. CC7"The wheat crop cf New Jersey will .be larger this year than ever before. 0The price paid in New York on Thurs day forthree year substitutes was $800, and or.one year substitutes $300. . 0O"The public schools at Buffalo, N. Y. offer prizes to the young lady pupils for the best loaves of bread. This is a much need ed accomplishment. ,. 05"A man was robbed of $10,000 in the Eagle Bank, Boston, on Friday....

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. — 28 July 1864

THE BULLETIN. MAYSVILLE. JULY 28 Increase of the Price of the Bulletin. . TV, a SV,.rint!on nrica of the BULLETIN will hereafter be Own Dollar and Fifty Cents per year, instead of One Dollar. O-The first iron-clad war vessels ever constructed fn Biisaia have just bean safely launched from the new dockyard in St. Pe tersborg. Their Dames are the Netron Men ya Tonch-me-not and the Smertch Wa- ter-spoat. . 07"Jndge Stephen Vail, one of the best machinists in New Jersey, died on Tues day last. He built the engines of the first eteamer that ever crossed the Atlantic. fj-Locnsts are appearing in Wisconsin by the million. They appeared last, in 1818, fifteen years ego. Many cattle have been bitten to death by them. 03"It is reported t bat a formal demand for the surrender of Capt. Semmes has been made. The Secretary of State is said to be determined to require of 'England ber ob servanceof international law. Skibmish ih Owen County. A scouting party of twelve men, in command of Cap tain Da...

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. — 28 July 1864

"-"IV"Migktr Hare Been." vi J.y.i v ... J - Hand Mailer on tummer'i day, Eaked the meadow, sweet with hay.. tfl v j6 ' . -: V.--5 i 3 j';.' -' ' ' -Beneath her torn hat glowed the wealth Of aim pie beauty and rustic health. ' fiitgmg, she wrought, and her merry glaa The roock.-bird echoed from his tree.' : KuC;wBcmhe. glanced in the far-off town, Wiitefrom its hill elope looking down. The sweet song died, and a ragno nnrest And nameless loDging filled her breast. ATwisb; that aha hardly dared to own, , For something bolter than she had known. . ; The Judge rode slowly dewn the lane, Smoothing his horse's chestnut mane. Co drew his bridle in the shade a Of the apple trW, to greet the maid. And aik a draught from the spring that flowed Through the mwdow across the road. .'''. . . She stooped .where the cool epring bubbled up, Aud filled for him her small tin cup. And blushed as she gave it looking down On her feet so bare, and her tattered gown. "Thanks!" said the Judge, a "sweeter dr...

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. — 4 August 1864

-re -- - r . ROSS & ROSSER, Publisher. MAYSVILLE, KY.( THURSDAY, AUGUST 4; 186. VOLUME 3 NUEBE& f KATES OP ADVERTISING. A equaxe is Twelve lines of this die type jual t bont ICO words of manuscript. . 1 1 I "S at CO. 3 ci 5 a a a o o -r er o cr4 O ,9 CQ C OQ r O -. 0 OO . -N - 1 Insertion ' 2 Insertions 8 Insertions One Month Two Months Thiee Months Six Months One Year 1.00 $1 .75 $2.60 $8.00 $S.OO $10 1.50 2.50.8.50 4.00 8.00 15 2.00 8.00 4.50 5.50 10.C0 20 2.50 4-.00" 5.00 8.50 5.00 6.60 15.00 25 6.00 8.0010.00 20.00 80 7.50 10.00 13.50 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. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ROSS & ROSSER, Editors and Proprietors; MAYSVIM.E; i AUG. 4 . Somebody's Darling;. Into ward of the white-washed halls, Where the dead and the dying lay, Wounded by bayonets, shells and balls, Somebody's Durling was borne one day Somebody's Darling, so yonng and so brave, Wearing yet on his pale, sweet face, Soon to be hid...

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. — 4 August 1864

THE 13ULLKUN? PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ROSS -Sc It O S SER, Editors and Proprietors. MAYSVILLE. - AUO. 4 OSrjQold closed la New York Tuesday, at $260. ' ' ' " 07Th Herald's Washington special -says . astroDg effort is making by Republi can politician to kid ace tb Administration to giro McClelland tb command of the de fence of Wasnrngtoa. jThe German Catholic Gbnrch at Jo 1 iet, 111., was strock by Tightninj on the 3 1st Inst, during service. Fire persons were instantly killed and fourteen severely in jured, three of whom bare since died. f : &0We notice that some of the loyal newspapers deay that Greely is actiDg un der authority hi bis negotiations with the Rebel Commissioners at Niagara. We would rem rad all sacb that Horace is Lin coln's mamma, and Dot Yi'ce versa. This will a!so be a sufficient reply to the poetic intfonitlon: "Good morning Ilorace Greely, Does jour mamma know you're out." Affairs at Petersburg. The result of General Grant's mining op. eratfons and assau...

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. — 4 August 1864

THE BULLETIN MAYSVILLE. JULY. 4 1864 Increase of the Price) of the Bulletin. The Subscription price of the Bulletin will bereifter be Ohb Dolus ahd Fifty Cents per year, instead of 0h Dollab. ftfrWe learn that Adjutant Joe Dudley cf the Sixteenth Kentucky, was killed by tree falling on him In Fulton county, Qa Major White made a narrow escape at the same time. OrPrayers for rain are offered in the Connecticut cbnrches. This account for the drouth. Forty citizens of Dayville, Masiachuseta spent one Snnday in mowing and husband ing the hay on the fields of a poor woman with six children, whose soldier husband is dying faraway. (7It is confidently believed that Gov ernor Brough will give the Secretary of War permission to keep the 'National Guards' as long as he pleases. UrWe learn that every photograph ta ken most hereafter have on it an Internal Revenue stamp. Gtjkbbillas i 8hklbt CotwTT. We yesterday conversed with several persons from Shelby county, who state that certain proportio...

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. — 4 August 1864

, ,TA.T LILIES. bt'harsikt x'iwix kivball. - IT' v O miner day, Delay! delayl .. .. One wavering of thy brooding wing, One stirring of the Lazy wing, And noontide light and heat, . -Will Und my dewy shadow lair, . And barn the coolncra from the grasses That swathe my feet In rank and billowy masses; And (o this claustral twilight bring The ton's profancst glare. " ." O 6Bmmer'Ioy, ' Delay! delayl Let nared hill and bare brown field Parch in thy torrid ray, So this dim nookbennrevealed, Where I, Deiiciously concealed, - - Among the lilies lis. The delicate day lien! The white and wonderful lilies! My dark haunt so still is The wildest birdliog dare net sing, Nor insect beat a gossamer wing, Nor zephyr, lift the lightest thing,- Here, where the lustrous lilies, The clear, resplendent lilies Pour oat their heavenly-sweet perfume, And with their snowiness. In clusters chaste illume This dark recess. - Soft footed silence, royal nnn! In this thy humid, emerald cell Fcrever dwell! These f...

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. — 11 August 1864

r M1III MM WEEKLY B1J.L h - ROSS & BOSSER, Publishers. MAYSVILLB, EY() THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1864. VOLUME 3 NUMBER 8 : r KATES OF ADVERTISING. A square is Twelve lines of fhis size type ualt about 100 words of manuscript. . ' - s ' s a - 5 a o cr CJ . J? p CO el o CO 00 1 insertion $1.60 l.T5$2JiO $3.00 $6.00 $10 a Insertions 1.50 -60 8.50 A .00 8.00 15 3 Insertions 2 00 8.00 4.50 5.50 10.00 20 One Month 2.50 8.50 5.00 8.50 15.00 25 Two Months 4.00 6.00 8.00 10.00 30 M 80 Thiee Month 5.00 7.50 10.0012.50 25.00 85 Six Months 7.60 10.00 12.50 15.00 85.00 50 One Year 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 80 THE BULLETIN. PUBLISHED EVEET THURSDAY BY )ROgS '&-BOSSEB, Editors and Proprietors. 31 A YS V I IX E. AUG. 1 1 LINES. BT ICRS. B0B1KSON. ". This nnfortnnsto and once very popular au thoress, actress and poet, wrote some of the most exquisite lines in tho Jinjrllsh lanenase. She mmn hnwtver. the victim of ban calumny and m.liirnitv. and suffered infinitely at the bands of Gifford.and ...

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. — 11 August 1864

THE BULLETIN, rUBLISIIED EVEBY TI11JESDAY BY ' ROSS Ss KOSSEK., Editors and Proprietors!- - maysville. .... AUG. II OTGold closed iu New-York Tuesday, at 266. " 07" A Canadian journal reports that sever al 'considerable droves of horses, purchased in We&tsrn Canada on Confederate account, have passed down on the royal mail steam' era durin lbs past few days destined, for Quebec. At that pert; it is understood, they will be shipped for a Mexican port, and thence passed over into the Confederacy.' OTThe learned Dr. Brownson says: 'My first object is the. restoration' of the Union And the 'maintenance of the national integrity, Which. I believe impossible to be done with Abraham Lincoln for President.' ujrixst Ellection or 1864-Official. FOR SHERIFF. FOB JALLEE. GO" A., hundred factory girls from Eng-i land, '"whos passage money had been paid by the Lawrero mill companies, arrived in Lawrence, Mass., "a few days ago. . OOOn last Thursday night Simuel li southard, agent for Adam's 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. — 11 August 1864

THE BULLETIN- 1 MAYSVILLE. JULY. 11 1801 - Increase of the Price of the Bulletin. The SabscriptioVprice of the Bulletin Jill hereafter be Osb Dollar akd Fifty Cehts per year, instead ofOs PoB. Pio-Nic. There will be a Pic-Nic in theWoods of Mrs. Lloyd, two miles east of the Fair Ground, on th Lewlsburg dirt road, next Saturday, Angust 13th. y-We call attention to the fact that the Teachers of Mason county will hold a meet ing at the Court House, in this city, on Saturday next, August 13th.. beginning at 10 o'clock, A. M. We are not informed of the object of this meeting, but thiols that subject of importance will be discussed. It Is earnestly derired that tho attendance be large. (7-The rebels assert that-they" obtained about 1,700 recruits,, dnripg their raid in Maryland. -- - Qy-Grant's army' has Dot been paid for four months,' and the troops in the West have been without mooey for six months. (7"Th3 Annua1 Meeting of the Christian Church, will begin in this City on Thursday, Augu...

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. — 11 August 1864

From the Cincinnati Enquirer. The Cavalier's Serenade. T COLONS. in, . bawkihs, or (rsuoMU or wab.) TZKKXaSXX. O, come to the heart that is beating for tbee! Bj the hope of raj freedom, mj Bride thon shslt . .; be. . w Come," dear one, come bright eyes, let's gallop ' r T ar; far to the southward, ere dawn of the day ; A' prond steed awaits thee My'band'a In the v . . ' vale ', " ' Q haate thee, love, haste,' ere the sight walohes rail. . Along my bold legion together will ride, And my gallants will honor their Cavalier's - . ! Bride . . O, fear not that flash where the rivulet gleams, All still and nnconacions the enemy dreams: That clang? bnt a warrior trying bis blade Their heart's are of iron, O, be not afraid. That light! bnt the sheen on a bright-barreled gnn: That murmur? they talk of the deeds we have done! Our chargers are matihless and, bounding alonf. Thy beauty shall gladden the chief of the throng! The moon's pallid beam ehineth brigbtly afar, And fondly doth twinkle eo...

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