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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 18 August 1864

EEKL Em i ! ROSS & ROSSBR, Publishers. M AYSVILLB, KY., THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1864. VOLUME 3 NUMBER 0 ST Y jLIj .u y RATES OP ADVERTISING. A square ie Twelve I'meof this size type about 100 words of manuscript. i " c o ; g S S e b ? n E C5 03 CJ S3 a cn 60 P . a r o -4 -A t-i t Insertion 2 Insertions 3 Insertions ' One Month Two Months Thiee Months fix Months On" Year l.0O;1.75:a.50t3.00trt.00 10 1.50 2.50 8.50 4.00 8.00 .15 2.00 8.00 4.50 5.50 10.00 20 2.50 S.50 5.0 fi.50 1P.00 25 4.00 6.00 ?.00 10.00 20.0(1 5 00 7.50 10.00 12.." 0 25-t'l) 7.50 10.00 '2.50 15.00 35.00 50 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 So From tlio Louisville Journal. A Sketch. BT C. W. ANDERSON. 1 sat beside her bed sido through the nigiit; The pulses of her life wtrechbi-ig fast, And ever and anon a crimson flush Spotted her sunken cheeks, and broken words fame gho: t-lihc from hr thin t-nd pallid lips, ghe had been very benulitul. Her eyes, When their veined lids drew back before some thoceht Flitting across 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. — 18 August 1864

f THE BULLETIN. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY It OSS &-BOSS'EB, Editors and Proprietors. MAYS VI LLC. AITG. IS OCTGold closed in Now Yojk Tuesday, at 200. 07" A woman attempted to commit sui cide at Cleveland on Saturday, but finding the water cooler or damper than she expect ed, hallowed lustily for help, aod being rescued.twent horns wet, but wiser. QrMolasses is reaching California from the Sandwich Islands. The value of early missionary enterprise there thus comes back to us with profit, in our need. OCTThe Hartford Times dedicates the fol lowing 'duett' to Gen. Grant and Gen. Sher man: O hope deferred! O endless waitiagl BlameJ if this amt Aggravating! Bichmond, scarce ten miles away, As well might be in Baffin's Bay. Beyond the Chattahooche river, Atlanta' farther offthan ever! O! strangest thing e'er known in war, Thou art so near, and yet so far! On Tuesday last, three soldiers of one of the British Regiments in Canada, embark ed in a skiff at Grimsby, and boldly set out u...

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. — 18 August 1864

THE BULLETIN - HAYSV1LLIS. JULV. 18 1864 Wr. of tHa Price of ths Bulletin The Sabacription price of the Buluitin ... t f... u. n- Dollar ahd Fifty win neroaiici w v,- Cmts per year, in.tead ofO DoLiA.B. ft-T-The Looia villa Journal states that faonse in that city has been taken by the .nihnritles and transformed into a xj uivai j u" military prison, to be devoted to the con fioement of females. A large number of iuch prisoners are already in that city, and they are daily received from Georgia, lenn esiee, and Kentucky. 0OThe drooghTof 1864 may justly be con aidered one of the most severe that has pre Vailed in this country for many years. From the 27th of May to the 24ih of July inclusive, a period of fitty-nine days, only two inches end forty-three hundredths of rain fell. fjT Willis Craig. of company D, Sixteenth Kentucky, died at Chattanooga Teoa.,on the 8th instsot. Lie was interred the next day in the National Cemetry, in section F grave 30 L. (CT-Tbe oil welts of Pennsylvania ...

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. — 18 August 1864

I t4 1: - 4 ii I-: - - - -Prom tie CbfistTttAfenafUmoc " ' Unblushing Impudence.' 1 THB AUDACITY OK HYFOCRIST 4f DISHOSESTT. ; ;The Federal goTerctuenthaaseyer'al tithes sent raiding parties on different routes to wards Richmond, with orders to destroy mills, railroada, wheat, com, Irf'ehort, food 6f evorytind, and the reports of such ex peditions hare ben of oniTorra tenor 'vast destruction of mills, houses, villages, rail roads, wheat, corn, and all thatgoea to suf tain life in man or beaat destroyed.' Atd almost directly on the heels of these raics there goes through the North a howl so loud sod dolorous, bo fierce and terrible, that the whole couDtry id started and appalled-.' It announces that the Federal priitonersat the Libby prison, at Richmond, are being star ed to death, and thereupon a Congressional Comrqittee is appointed to investigate, the matter. It is done. A volume of. the ev idence in the case, to which photographs of the the emanciaaed prisoners is published I The...

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. — 25 August 1864

VILLI WEE LLETIN ROSS & ROSSER, Publishers. MAYSVILLB, KY., THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1864. VOLUME 3 NUMBER- 1$ MAYS ELY 1 RATES OF ADVERTISING. A square is Twelve lines of this tize type qaalte about 100 words of manuscript. m to m 2 a e E o B 3 3 O QQ c c o u o CO CQ co - w e oo 1 Insertion 2 Insertions 3 Insertions Jne Month Two Months Thiee Months Six Months One Year $1.00 11.75 $2.50 $3.00 $6.00 $10 1.50 2.50 8.50 4.00 8.00 15 2.00 8.00 4.50 5.50 10.00 20 2.50 3.50 5.00 6.50 15.00 25 4.00 6.00 9.00 10.00 20.00 30 5.00 7.50 10.00 12.50 25.00 85 7. SO 10.00 12.50 15.00 85.0 50 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 SO THE BULLETIN. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY Editors ahd Proprietors. ."HAysville. AUti.25 3f"Tho following is from tho pen of C. V. Win. It has thb true ring of poetry in it. We defy any tasteful lover of poetry to read it with out exclaiming, "How beautiful!" JUDGE NOT. Bridle your virtue, Tether the tonguo; Pity the fair vino Blighted so young, Why not .ho tombl Slid, shutter...

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. — 25 August 1864

THE BULLETIN. PUBLISHED EVERY THUKSDAY BY Editors and Proprietors. MAYSVILLE. AUC. 23 (KrGold closed in New York Tuesday, at $2G0. . - The Chicago Convention. The National Convention of the Demo cratic party meets at Chicago, on Monday next, to nominate candidates for President and Vice President. The attendance will be Targe, and much interest will ba manifest ed by the people in tbe proceedings. CrThe rebel General Hood was born in Owingsville, Bath county. Ky, Jnno 28ih The following letter frum Senator Davis was read at tho Yallandigham meeting in llamil ton, Ohio, on the loth inst. We copy it from the Cincinnati Commercial; Pakts. Ky., August 10, 1S64. Jacob Thoutmam, Esq. Dear Sir : The let ter of invitation which you us chairman of the Democratic Central Committee of Uutler coun ty, Ohio, wrote to me, "to be present and ad dress a meeting of citizens which will be hold en in tho city of Hamilton on the 15th, ' reached my home in my absence. An esteem ed personal Iriend, latel...

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. — 25 August 1864

THE BULLETIN. MAYSVILLE JULY. 23 1864 Increase of the Price of the Bulletin. The Subscription price of the Bulletin will hereafter be Oss Dollar and Fifty Cents per year, instead of One Dollar. The Raleigh (N. C.) Confederate says that General S. D. Lee recently arrived at At lanta from Mississippi with a large number of reinforcements, and participated in the Jute battle. QjA number of citizens banished from 2aducah to Canada by General Paine, have gone to Washington to lay their gievances and the arbitrary conduct of General Paine before the President. It is said that one-half of Lee'a army is in the Shenandoah Valley. Fort Morgan is now besieged by land as Veil as by sea. General Paine has been relieved of hi? co tran and at Columbus, and ordered to report at Memphis for duty, C&A thousand dollars is now being asked and freoly paid for substitutts. The rebels are said to have S3 000 mops at Ailanta. (KT'It U repotted that a train going from Kof xville to Chattanooga was captu...

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. — 1 September 1864

THE BULLETIN. l'DBLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY BY EtO&& BOSSUB Editors and Proprietors. maysvilxe - SEl. 1 (7-A dispatch was received in this city, yesterday, stating that Geo. B. McClellas was nominated, on the first ballot, fjr Pres ident, and Pindletos, of Ohio, for Yice President. (ETAdt ices from New York report that Gold opened this morning at 236, and, at balf-past 10 o'clock, had fallen to 232. No reason given for the declina. From the Cincinnati Times. THE NEWS. The surrendsr of Ft. Morgan, with all its garrison, stores, &c, is Tronfirrned by last night's dispatches. The Rebel papers from which the information is derived, seem very Indignant at the event, bat express tha be lief that the city of Mobile can still hold ent against the operations of Farragut. We now learn that Gen Shermau, from whom we have but little for several days, is Hioving on Atlanta fiom several directions, the most important of which leading from the south. This, doubtless, enables him to contro...

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. — 1 September 1864

THE BULLETIN. MAVSVILL SEt. 1 (KrTh blockaJa Is comparatively a pa par one, as mails, pas?eogera and munition , of war leave British ports with an adver tised regularity for Babel ports, and abont nineteen reaseU out of every twenty safely pass through tbe blockade line. fjrNearly a thousand American vessels have been sold or transferred to other flags; sod not a single American ocean steamer is afloat which, under the stars and stripes carries tbe mails to a European port, leaving all tbe mails, passengers and paying freights to go In fore'gn bottoms. (0"IIe who pays a dollar to an Abolition political preacher might aa well pay an in cendiary to set lire to his own house. 0OThe notorious John O. Fee has been permitted by tbe military authorities of Kentucky to return to the State to do more mischief. fulason and Bracken Agricultural Asso ciation. The Directors cf the Association have de termioed to hold a Fair, on the 27th of this month on their Grounds, near Germictowo. The Fair G...

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. — 1 September 1864

A SIMILE. BY A. BAKEB, V. D. ' Not by some transient thing of time, "Wonld we essay true worth to praise; The monument must be publime, None else to honored men we raise. Far in tho depths of ocean 6tood A rock through ages etill the came; Around it spread the wat'ry flood. Above it hono the; starry frame. Oit had the artillery of heaven Struck it with fury frem the sky ; Against it mountain wavea were driven, - Yet Etill it reared its head on high. Thus virtne, founded deep and tare, Resists temptation's mighty sway; Thus shall the good life's ill eudure: Thus stand when rature fades away. For when the storms of life are o'er, The wise and good of earth remain In endless happiness secure. As kings and conquerors to reign. Yon bare been sorely tried, said a sym pathizing neighbor to old Joe Crewdon, weeping over the coffin of his third wife. Yes,' responded the bereaved one, 'I have always had the dreadfullcst luck with the An incensed female, who bit off the end of her bnsband's no...

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. — 8 September 1864

MAYSVJ WEEKLY WIN JUJUiUJ 1 10 ROSS & KOSSER, Publishers. MAYSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 1864, VOLUME 3 NUMBS R 12 1LJJ JLJL HATES OF ADVERTISING. A aauare is Twelve lines of this size type a a a a 93 0 c CO OS 3 cr 3 a OQ e c o rr cr O r9 00 V U CO 1 insertion 1 .00 T -T5 S-S0 -00 -J0 Insertions 1.50 2.50 8.50 4.00 8.00 15 8 Inrtiohs 2.00 3.00 4.50 5.50 10.00 20 OneXnth 2.50 S.50 5.00 6.50 15.00 25 To Month, 4.00 6.00 8.00 10.00 20.00 SO Th7e TMonths 5.00 7.50 10.00 12.50 25.00 35 Six Months T.50 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 EVERY THURSDAY BY Editors and Proprietors iI AYSY II.LE. SEP. 8 The Ripening Corn. IIow sweet to walk through the wbcatlamls brown, When the teeming fatness of Heaven drops down! The waving crop with its bursting car?, A seof goid on the earth appears; No longer robed iu a dress of greeri, With tawny faces the fields are teen; A sight more welcome and joyous far Than a Lnndred blood-won ...

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. — 8 September 1864

THE BULLETIN. PUBLISHED EVERY THUESDAY BY ROSS & ROS SEIt, 'Editors and Proprietors. MAYSTIXLE. . SEP. 8 FOB PHKIIEENT, GEORGE B. M'CLELLAN, Or KIW JERSEY . FOB VICE PBE9IDEST, GEORGE H. PENDLETON, OF OHIO. THE NEXT PRESIDENT. W plac at the head of our columns the names of Gkn. George B. McClellan and the Hon. Georqe. n. Pendleton, who were elected by the late National democratic CooTentioo at Chicago, as the candidates far President and Vice President of the United States. While Gen. McClellan was not onr first choice for the important and responsible position to which be is inevitably destined to be called by the enthusiastic Toice of bis countryman, and there were several other gentlemen before the Conven tion whose antecedents made, them prefer able to as, we shall nevertheless sup port him with the utmost zeal and cordiali ty, and so will the united democracy of Kentucky. Both he and Mr. Pendleton are men of education, experience and ability and have been life-long democrat...

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. — 8 September 1864

4 I THE BULLETIN. MAYSVILLE, SEP. 8 1864 Increase of the Price of the Bulletin. The Sabscriptlon price of tbe Bulletin will hereafter be One Dollar and Fifty Cxsts per year, instead of One Dollar. Peace The Ohio .Lagle, printed at Lancaster, Fairfield county, publishes nine olid columns of Dames, which have been signed to call for a peace meeting at that place. The people are crying 'peace! peace ! because they locg for its blessings and re pose. 0"The slang word 'shebang,' so very fre quently used in the Army of the Cumberland and meaning tents,quarters, or resting place is derived from the Irish word 'shebeen,' a groggery. Guerrilla Outrage. We are informed that Henderson is full of guerrillas, and that they bad killed a gnnboatmao who had in cautiously gone ashore from the Fair Play on Sunday. Lou. Dam. A 0C7-The Collector of the port of New York gives as tbe amount of his income last year 60,000. fj-Tbe Chicago Evening Journal, an Abolition sheet, says tbe registered arrival at ...

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. — 8 September 1864

Who Will Care for Niggers Now A Pabody on Who will Care for Mother Now? List to rue, plantation niggers, Ae Iin dis mud-hole lie: Though I feel starvation's rigors, .Let me say a word and die. .Niggers, does dis look like freedom? I can't see it anyhow; Blacks are fools, and white folks lead 'em; But who cares for nigjera now? Choscs: Look heah! niggers, I am dying, Seethe death sweat on my brow; Dis am Freedom, no use crying; Who will care for niggers now Some say nigger's good as white folk, m Gizzard foot and Eboshinl Don't beiiebe it, 'tis a tight joke Handsome but you can't come in Well yon libed on old plantation, Earning, wid a sweating brow, Plenty clcthes and plenty ration! Bnt who cares for niggers now? Cuobcs: Look heah! niggers, &c. White folks say dey gib ns Freedom; What dey gib is all in my eye; Free to suffer, free to die. Free to starve, and free to languish, No potato, corn-cake, bacoo, We must to starvation bow; If dis is Freedom, IVa mistaken But who cares fo...

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. — 15 September 1864

YILLE UJj ROSS & ROSSER, Publishers. MAYSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 18S4. VOLUME 3 NUMBER 13 MAYS WEEKLY ID HATES OF ADVERTISING. a Bonare is Twelve lines of this size type qnl t aDOUl luu wurus ui 111 u 11 unvupg I a 2. 5 P a c a o" DQ OS OQ 2 - W i CM CO 1 Insertion 2 Insertions 3 Insertions One Montri Two Months Thice Months Six Months One Year $1 .00 1 .75 $2.50 $3.00 $6.00 $10 1.50 2.50 8.50 4.00 8.00 15 2.00 8.00 4.50 5.50 10.00 20 2.50 R.50 5.00 6.5015.00 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 12.50 15.00 85.00 50 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 80 THE BULLETIN. rUBLISUED EVERY THURSDAY BY l Editors and Proprietors. M A YS V 11.1.1 !SEP. 15 I SO 1 Written lor the Cincinnati Enquirer. The Loved and Lost. BT COL. B. H. JONES, PBISONEB OF WAB. .;i I have a rofe, indcd rose, Sweeter thin cy fairer flower; It will not bud where zephyr blows; It will net freshen in the shower. Where is the giver? Ohl where? I have a gunny tress of hair, ...

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. — 15 September 1864

1 THE BULLETIN. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY ROSS &z ROS SEB, Editors and Proprietors. MAYSVILLE, !SEP. 15 1SG4 FOB PEEMDEST, GEORGE B. M'CLELLAN, OF HIW JEK8KT . FOB VICE PRESIDENT, GEORGE H. PENDLETON, OF OHIO. Gen. McClellan's Letter of Acceptance. "The reader will fiDd Gen.' McClellan's letter of acceptance of the nomination in another column of to-days paper. We are not alone in oar disappointments, V at the Tiewa be has chosen to express in this let ter, as two thirds of the Convention by which he was nominated, and the whole body of the peace party throughout the lard, const regret that be has not bravely and boldly placed himself sqnarely npon the platform adopted by the Convention. He wholly Ignores the declaration made by the nn animons vote of the representatives of the party, by whom be was nominated: that four years of war had proved a failure, that a cessation of hostilities and a convention of the States, or some other peaceful means, were necessary to end our nati...

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. — 15 September 1864

THE BU1XETIN: SKI. 13 MAVSV11.I.E. "InrWof .M Bulletin. The Subscription price of the Bulletin will hereafter be 0b Doiaah and F.fty Cents per year, o Dollab. fj-Tbere has been a destructive fire in Cairo. It cohurued nearly all the public build ids'- Thb Fall Statu Election. The foUow -log States will hold their annual election before the great contest for the Presidency takei place: Maine, Sept. 12th; Pennsyl vania. Oct. iltb; Indiana, Oct. 11th; Iowa, Oct, llth. fJtrThe income of the four RuthaohHda of Europe is estimated at $9,000,000 a year or a thousand dollars an hour. How John Morgan was Killed. The Richmond Examiner tells the story of the capture and death of John Morgan: He was on a reonnoissance, and took lodging at a house near Green ville. It proved tn be occupied bv the wife o William, an officer on Burnside's staff. While he slept, Mrs Williams mounted a horse aid rods fifiten miles am) returned with a sqa-id of soldiers Morgan ran from the house, but was sur romded. ...

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. — 15 September 1864

r i, 1. i i Hi i . 4 f ' 1 i -i pi k 1 i :9 1 : V The Song of the Raven. A raven eat on a blood-stained stone And pecked away at a fleshless boner Singing his eong in a raven's tone, That echoed wild as a spirit's moan War! Wat! War! Then he napped his wings and hopped away Over the ground of the dreadful fray, In search of a more nutritions prey, Still shouting aloud his omiDCuslay Wai! War! War! Still flapping his wings he hopped around To a form stretched on the ground, ' A human frame on an ancient mound, Still shouting aloud the doleful sound War! War! War! ' Then lightning thereon the hero's breast, Where a form of beauty once found rest "Where a fond affection was ever blest He cried as he plumed his raven crest War! War! War! Boon the mouldering flesh was torn apart With a raven's skill and a raven's art, Till the evil bird had reached the heart, Crying again with an angry start War! War! War! The heart that had once so proudly beat In the quiet borne or busy street, With it...

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