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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Maysville weekly bulletin. — 22 September 1864

MAYSYILLE v ROSS & ROSSER, Publishers. MAYSVILLB, KY. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22,1864, VOLUME 3 NUMBER 14 KATES OF ADVERTISING. A square is Twelve lines of this size typo nal t about lOU words 01 raannscnps g e a o 3 3 o o 12 cr U3 CO 1 .00 1 .75 t..r0 t8.00fU.00 10 1.50 '2.50 5.50 4.00 S.O0 15 2.00 8.00 4.50 5.50 10.00 20 2.50 Jt.MO fi.uO . 60 15.00 25 4 00 6.00 8.00 10.00 20.00 SO 5.00 7.50 10.00 12.50 25.00 05 . .i r. 1 o r.n 1 K A A OO fift C4 CO 1 Insertion 2 Insertions . . 3 Insertions Jne Month Two Months Tlnec Months Pix. Months One TeaT 10 0015.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 SO . . . THE BULLETIN. I'CBLISUEU E V Eli Y THURSDAY BY Ii OSS .So UOSSKK, Editors and Proprietors. Shadows on the Heart We deem when pmiles illume the lip, And tho bloomingciK-ek looi-s ir:;.Mii im bu. , Tbatsnnhhine on tJ.e Fpirit sleeps, And care, dark care, i far uway. Tho heart! tho heirtl ob! cculd we pazo, And l'y that ruby fountain bare, We might, where each deep htroanilet plays, Trace many a darkcu'd tdi...

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. — 22 September 1864

THE BULLETIN. rUBLlSUED EVEEY THURSDAY BY . ROSS As UOS SEIi, Editors and Proprietors. . MAYSVILIiE, SEP. 22 1801 FOR PKEilDEKT, GEORGE B. M'CLELLAN, Or KEW JERSEY . FOB VICB PBEMDEKT, GEORGE H. PENDLETON, OF OHIO. Only Four for Lincoln. Th e Peoria JLatf states tbat there are only four German's in that city, out of eeven hundred German TOters, tbat will vote for Lincoln. Four years ago Lincoln got nearly five hundred Uerman votes in this city. That's abont the way the thing is going all round this fall.. Herein Qaiccy, Lincoln won't get enough votes from the Germans to make seed of. They hate him, if possible, worse than the Democrats do. Quincy HI). Herald. ;The First Gcnfbom Illinois Hurra ii! The city elect ion in Alton, Illinois, late ly held, was hotly contested on party grounds. It resulted in the success of the McClellan ticket by from two to three bun. dred majority. In 1860, Lincoln carried Alton by thirteen majority. OrTbose who wish to subscribe for a Family Medical Jour...

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. — 22 September 1864

THE BULLETIN. MAYSVII.1.E. Increase of the Price of the Bulletin. The SabscrfptJoo price of the Bulletin will hereafter be Osk Dollar and Fifty Cests per year, instead of Oss Dollar. (7-Tbe Ilerald's New Orleans corres pondent of the 12ih'says it is reported For rest and flick Taylor hare pined forjeaand number 20,000. Geo. Gholaoa'a command 13 also Biiil u have joined them. Great aecresy maintained concrniog their taoremeuts. frj-Sewi received at Buffalo, oo the 20 thiost., state that a ramber of Rebels from Canada captured the little steamers Paraous and Island Qjeen near Bass IiUod yester day afternoon, and hava gone down or across the lake probbly for re-eoforcement?, guns od ammunition. The capturing party numbered about thirty, armed with revol vers and bowte knives. No other arms noticed. They took at Middle Bass Island wood enough to 1-tst two days. (j-The llerald's Waahingtoo special lays that Secretary Fessendeu will reeigo bis position, and that either Chase cr Robt. J. W...

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. — 22 September 1864

v : -" The Children BY THE "vilLA-az SCHOOLS ASTIB." . ; ; i When the lemons and tasks arc all ended, And Ujc pcbool for the day is dismissed, ' TbelitCe enesg-atner around me To bM me good night and be kissed ; . I the HttJe white arma that encircle Aly neck, in their tender embrace, 5 OJ the smiles that are haloe of heaven, Shedding Etrnsbina of love on my face. And wlicn Hicy aroruac, I nit dreaming ! 3 Vf nij ehiMhood, too lovely to last! Of love that ray heart will remember While it wakes to the puhe of the past '.Ere the world aud ita wioheduo.se made mo A paitner of sorrow and fin; .When the glory of God was about me, , .r.'Aiid ti e glory of gladness within. 0! my heart prows as weak as a woman's, . '. And the fount of my feelings will flow, ' When I think of tho paths steep and stony, .Whero the feet of tho dear onea must go; Of the mountains of .-in hanging o'er them v Of the tewpcsU of Fato Muting wild, ,0! there's nothing on ennh half s holy, .' Aa Ilia innocent heart of...

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. — 29 September 1864

MAYSVIMiE WEEKLY JlJJLLJiJLXTo'- ROSS &. ROSSBH, Publishers. MAYSVILLE, KY, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1864. VOLUME 3 NUMBER 15 5 I t 7 mrps OF VDVF.ItTISl.NG. . re i Twelve lines of this tne type 1 t" ileOu luv WWIU VI . - i 0 E s 2 CO 2 a a 3 a o rr U & CO 1 1 .00 $ 1 .75 $2.50 $3.00 ffi.00 10 1.50 2.60 8.50 4.00 8.00 15 2.00 8.00 4.50 5.50 10.00 20 1 mettlon S Insertions 3 Insertions w Month O.50 S.50 5.'0 .."" io.v" s- 4.00 fl.oo s.oo io.oo 20.no 80 Two Months rShs 5.00" 7.50 10.00 12.50J5.C0 85 c-. Months 7.50 10.00 V2.S0 j.vi- One Year 10.00 15.00 2Q-00 25.00 50.00 SO , THJ3 JiUIXETlN. 1-DDLlsnEO EVERY THURSDAY BY itoss uoss i: ir , Editors and Proprietors. MAYSVII.t.F, sr.p. s A Morning Hymn. Sir g to the Lor " ! Tho id-.ades of night At his command have poescd away, And the morning' doubtful light Hath brightened totbefull orbed day. Wat:hcd by that Eye that never tdeepi, Sale and in y.nfidonce we slept; Who sun and cUrs innumerable Keeps, Hi servants faithfully have kep...

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. — 29 September 1864

THE BULLETIN. 1UBLISUED EVEKY THUK8DAY DY Editors and Proprietors. MAYSVILLE. SEP. 29 ISGl FOE TEEMDEST, GEORGE B. M'CLELLAN, or HEW JEUrfEY . FOR VICE TBEJIDENT, GEORGE H. PENDLETON, OF OHIO. 0T"Atthe Annual Meeting of the Grand Lodge of the Uoited States of the I . O. O. F., held at Boston, Mass., Sept. 20th, 1864, the following Brethren were elected as Officers for the next two years: Isaac M..Y bitch, of Missouri. M.W.G.Sire; J. P!Sandsbs, of New York, D. G. Sire; J. L-Kidgely, of Maryland, R. W. G. Sec; J. Vaksaht, of Maryland, Grand Treasurer. Fbemost'b Position. AM the stories thatr Gen; Fremont is about to withdraw from the field; or bas written a letter to that effect, are ascertained , on the authority of a confidential friend of his, to be absolutely false. World's Dispatch. . JIcClellan's Pbospects is Kentucky. It is cheering to hear from all quarters of the State, the assurances, that the people are uniting most heartily npou the demo cratic candidates for President and...

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. — 29 September 1864

r.' THE BULLETIN. yt t YSV1 I.LK. SEP Increase of the Price of the Bulletin. The Sabscription price of the Bulletis will hereafter be Ohk Dollar and Fifty Cests per year, instead of Oss Dolla'b. Pbemicm on Flowers. Mrs. Won. Mc Clisahas, of East Maysville, receired the premium at the Ripley Fair for the nicest cjllection of Flowers. Fibk. A new building jut erected by ftfr. Joux llBa!fDDS, near Lewisburg, was destroyed by Fire oa last ThrjMiay night It wi3 the work of an incendiary. JIasoh and Lkwi Fbek fb-h tub Dbaft . A letter from Provost Marshal Gates. tatin thera will b no draft in Mtson and Lwia Counties, their quotas hating bsen filled. Revival of the Clothing Trade. Mr. Louj Dkssas hits returned to this City, and re-opened his Clothing 3tbe, on thi Corner of Mirket Second Street. Us has just received, direct from the East. a splendid stock of the most beautiful and fashionable Fait and Winter Suits, Coats, PantF, Vest?, Shirts and FurnUbing Goods for Gentlemen, to be found i...

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. — 29 September 1864

;! : t? i ; 4 -: 3 SIONBWALTi JACKSON. F V.'K . --A' Sentinel. ... - The Rov. Dr. Moor 3 of K'chrn ml , in a wirmcn on tlit'rtierrjory of the much-loved aud lamented StonWalr Jaekwn, narrate- the following in ciJent: .' I " "Froviou to the first battlo of Manama?, when the tresis under Gen. Stonewall Jachs n had male a fo.ced mareh, on halting at ni-rht they fell on thajrrouuJ exhausted and fi.int. i'he hour arrival for -cttiug tho watch for the niht. The c:'A -or of the day went to the General's tent and said, "Oeneral, them -n are all worried, and here is nut one buti-1 asleep. Shall I wake them" "'o,"iid.tli8 nohlo Jackron, "let them bleep, and I will watch, tin arnn to-night.'' And all niht lo";r he todo around that lonely camp, the lono ecriiin'jl lor that brave, but wcar'v and silent body of Virginia heroes. Arid whon ihe fclorioiuj ruorulcar.. tiryke,-tho soldiers awoko I'reoh and ready for" action, all unconscious of tho noble vigilsjtoptovcr Iheirslamber. - ' sTwa4 ih tlie ...

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. — 6 October 1864

YILLE WEEKLY BULLETIN a ROSS & ROSSER, Publishers, MAYSVII.IJE!, KYrr THURSDAY OCTOBER 6, 1864. VOLUME 3 NUMBER IS MAYS DiTPnP x 1VEKTISINC5. A square is Twelve lines of this size type .i .vnn) -nn words of manuscript. qni fl 5 n o p o 3 a E o "o O a cr QQ 3 CO 3 3 E o O C4 1 Insertion 2 Insertions 3 Insertions Jne Month Two Month" Th.ee Months Six Months One Year 1 .00 $1 .75 $2.50 $3.00 $6.00 $10 1.50 .sft st.so 4.00 S.oo 2.00 2.0 4.00 8.00 4.50 5.50 10.00 R.RO 5.O0 6.50 15.00 fl.00 8.00 10.00 20.00 it co in on in n os nn O.UII 1 . ! " i VJ . V ' V " . ..."V - r A 1 nA lfl ml OO P..V00 5.00 I .llll .-. - - 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 THE BULLETIN. rUBLISHEl EVERY THURSDAY BY HOSS Sz ROSSKK, Editors and Proprietors. .i w sv I i.i.i-:. - oc:T. o For tno Bulletin. To Miss 31 Ncvir Wrn to doubt the heart, 8c Icrg ivgJ tliino own, Bntthir.k thi t th-' we're forced to part, 'Twill l eat for thee alone. Let no rir.irtjr t houeht ere come To haant thc-e with regret; But Oh! r?ne rub...

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. — 6 October 1864

THE JJULLKTIN. -JPUIJLISIIED EVEKY THURSDAY EY Editors and Proprietors. B1AYSVILLE. OCT. G FOB PBEMDEST, GEORGE B. M'CLELLAN, Or XI W JERSEY. FOB VICE rBEilDEST, GEORGE H. PENDLETON, OF OHIO. What is it all fcr? Under no proceeding administration , ' whether Whig or Democratic, have the peo , fIe been oppressed with such burdens as they are now groaning under. Never be fore has there been any thing like the 'hioustroos accumulation of public debt, amounting to an incalculable sum, and re quiring the imposition of taxes in almost every conceivable form. Usder other ad ministrations we bare bad financial dis asters, governmental embarassments, and wars of some magnitude, but never such reckless waste of public money, and conse quent oppressive and burdinsoaie taxation. The farmer, the merchant, the mechanic, the lawyer, the doctor, in truth all classes of people, under the abolition rule of Abra ham L'ncoln, aro taxed as ne7er were men j tixed before. More money is spent by this admin...

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. — 6 October 1864

I theHulletin. maysville. oct. o isoi. Increase of the Price' of tbs Bulletin. The Subscription price of the Bulletis will hereafter be OnB Dollar and Fiftt Cents per year, instead ol Onk Dollar. OCTThe potato crop in Hampshire county Massachusetts, is so large this season tha farmers are hurrying them to market for fear of rot. OTA building is finished in Cleveland, 44 by 80 feet, which is to be used for re serving fruit. The air in the room is to be all pumped oat. 07-There are now about 115.C00 miles of railway in the world. These have consum ed 40,000,000 ton of iron. fv-Oen. Joe Hooker, lately a great favo rite of the Lincoln Administration, is out for McCIellan for President. O-Tbe Nashville papers have advanced their rates of subscription to fourteen dollars for their dailies per year. fjOAn uDusual number of bounty jump ers have recently been arrested in Alexan dria, and are awaiting court-martial. Oce man is charged with having enlisted, receiv ed the bounty, and deserted t...

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. — 6 October 1864

r Blood. rfTT;.TBfoo'd has stained onr loveliest valleys, -. y Blood has stained our loftiest hill; -. - 'Blood" lias stained our mightiest rivers, Blood ha stained oor humblest rills? " " "Bloodbas stained our fields of harvest, Blcod has stained ojr fields of 6nof ; fjjfood ha stained onr ancient forests anaii it never cease to nowt WooE has stained onr nation'6 highway I Blood is on the iron bars, : Blood is dripping on the cushions," And tie flooring of the cars; . On the pathway to the school-house, .Where the little children go; Even in the houso. of worship! .'. Shall it caver cease to flow! 'P X Aj 'Easier for lhe task to find it, Ci t" ':' Than'tb find where it is not r- -r-v 'Ia-the parlor of the mansion, Bythe hearthstone of the cot; 'I f .yiiere it.Vtains. tie sbroud, tlie coffin, , , , There baa It set its sign of wee, !.Oo yonng, graceful, radiant tresess Shall it never ceate to flow? - And wefnd the Llood-scent even f ;In the morn and evening airl .WLeii we pray . oh ...

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. — 13 October 1864

lira 1 111 :N 0 VoL 3. Maysville, Ky: October 13, 1864. Number 17 JJ UJUJUJU " Do Ooodto All. ' Tbe sparkling streams that sweetly flow ' Id healthful waters'her'e below, Te fheer and gladden all aronnd', In qulot silver note resound, ' Do good to all. , , . The waving graar, the mcdest flower, ' The sturdy oak In loft power, . Mke earth and beast and. man rejoico, . And utter forth, in thrilling voice, Do good to a,ij. i ' , i: -.. i I. : . .' i .' : " Tbe, feathered tribes that soar on high, The earth, the sea, the ayr aud sky, , To bless one theme uniied slog, Atd to our hearts thls'motto bring, "' Do good to all.- 11 f' ' The giowfng'rnoBSJge from above, 'InwroBghtwitli'gtnsof 'jnirest love, ' And moral beotte eknump'd so fair ' ! i On raaoiu unison' deo'are ; , .,Do good to all ; Do good, to all. t , ) ; i.: '! v. ) , - .. , Sonnet to Peace. . . ' '. ... ,.-.. -. ,Ivin-hotnof heaven fairest of the angelic train; Oh! whither flodt Thy sweet voice tbac once -"wirretr v. ju:- -.v ...

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. — 13 October 1864

I To tlifc TaxTPay era of Ma son County. ,,tv tn'iei ot'tbe General AemMy it k made ' JP Wdnfy.insraeiaUly after, tho lrtoJ"e!Vr B.! r.'da EevenUfcimpeijdily.aHpofbiblo,. Bv tfio .pie act T Maveville. hw FIllIT .11 ORXAlilWTAL TREES, , Slirubbe, '&c.i &c. GREAT BARGAINS! DAWSON, Trustee for G'.' Co rtibs KcntuoKT iNuittorv, near tno utv or u.niHt.Hirr....., . -, -.. ------ ' z, .: iiiaYsvuie, iiiu ioj ior,,i;ui uuuvcn , iu miu ft . I . . .1 - : nla trt vi.mrt nl Ihu .fit 1 Knii'' . . . ' .-'" ., 1 u is mn'ie iiij uui w iVf . " -'y nnet-t condition ana ol viaorotm growtn , a very tember and Kovoniber Loiinly Courts, tho ; )arge,ai)d select stock of i'ruit Trees; say at least -fclfnonntof tflxes'collectod ncd pny the Bima ovfcrr B : t ttf Llife-AtiAiiorjT ni authorized under. said act .to uotlrVtho Tatd'ayeriby public notice mncv up at tho Court hovisedoor, and iu the ditl'ujent irot'inotK.ory.Utl'Pt0' 'tty County, that on cer tain days between the lft nl'Octobpr. un l ti e. 1...

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. — 13 October 1864

a Be-- 3 fcn o Oj f 2 ! o o i " : a tot o R , US 5 S o c 1 si - THE B PUBLISHED useful aofl? "eriteniTve pady" w."o4whole Mies bav' given ivi(JBUCofhfjp good l fUjJlliL. 111; Mites bave given . IviJbuc ofh! go EVERY THURSDAY iBY , fcftizenshipS apd whp have 4eyereecuilty 5dC sJ'B LiJt URtej! ojdUodiiBncilo tie Uws, or Defeat. x- ri Hurbrtitx add Other sources of . n Z? a infraction of"the constitution, are fo'bldden 'rr...MJf9. gHU?JSy Tk .... i - . PEQrge;:,b:jjvi'clellan; '-j ?orrtatfha iniiticdsenVirrt!eotfrorric'tt)V i 1 op nrrogant .set-r-whrjL 1 hsTa.-tb.aa-conjtifctJted Vo'drti7n to'be'as'toy'ofj and more V? than any;fmnber of .thft-b'K. We recognize r. l.t. J.r . II.. ' ... l. 'J 'Hw PEN DLETC N stitutfob arjd laws-of" (tie. conWywMch is V" j raoro thao'they do. vVe have'nevcc Irann- . J. V i V-UAr XVJUXt. C iXVlO , ! j men, apdipever Bbu.tBeonmici, wei tfo, nCjt "ftVff'tiol fiar'fy!t rfat- we iar'e'ip' the.'co'h'i. Mtto'ginze.' MT.JLiiicqlB(H3 'the ornmenj, lit i 6 n 6; b o...

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. — 13 October 1864

FH B- BULLETIN. Li I. i re would respectfully nform our TnhdB''0that we will contintw ' to dp JOB W,ORK at jljiie cilice aheretofore. ' r,er ,'80(18 wishing' work of Itiis description done neatness acd dispatch will do well to give'us a cal). 1 Orders frbm'a distance will receive prompt attention. .,' ".J ROSS H08SER..' 4,.. The'nlnrm of' fire last Tuesday raorn v?Dg, about -.,2, -o'clock,? wbj .caused by tbt partial'Wnfr'g of a'-, small frame house, in the rear ,'of .Parrafliue Candle Factory,, and csed the Company as a arpentor shop 'Less email,. and.the fire evideutly the. work Of an';n6erndi'ciry. ',' . ' ' OO'Sherraan !s Paid to bo sh at. up jn At lanta, with his lints of cortrtounication des troyed;,, v -Messrs. G. A. & J. . McCartney Are now receiving a.largH Slock af China. Ola and Qutentnoare.'. tieether, .with a (splendid assortment of Cud. Oil. Lamps, which they are offering at Inw figures. Country Merchants" wjll fipd it to their in--4e'fest Jo give them a call :as. ...

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. — 27 October 1864

B Maysville, Zy., October 27, ;1864. yoi. a : i .1 . i 'ABB'" LINCOLN. BY 0. H.'WALKB.' Who, iuour prosperous days, was he . That ckimed Our nation's unity Could not extft half slave, half free! ! . , Abe Lincoln Who breaks bit faith with frioud and fee. "Who kvw us war with all its woo! Who yields the doctrino of Monroe! , v . Aba LJucoln. Who seta the laws and rights at naught . , Onr .boblp sires so dearly bought, And purna the precepts that tboy taught! , ..Abe Linoolu., Who uuto bastiles has access, Ls'ys shackles on our speech and presa His cbcriMhed schemes to givo success? ( Abe Lincoln. Who vainly strives with envious aim, To rob MeClellun of bis fame, ; And blot that noble patriot's name? ' ' Abo Lincoln. . Who untold millions daily spends, Unites his foc, dividos his tnonds, And comfort to Jeff DaVis loudB? Abe Lincoln. Who now put forth the traitorous orood j That till all Boothern blacks are froed Oar gallant Bons must fight and bloed? Abo Lincoln. wimm. in November, wi...

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. — 27 October 1864

' r. .LINCOLN.. AT- AN.ETAM., , ( Dead upon doad were tnddled thlok . t , , v The very air with death was sick; Tho wounded waited, with .ebbing life 77 Thoir turn for the surgeon's trod knife, But.carolesaly rode Old Abe nloug, t. And called iu that scene for a negrpoug. Youth and manhood lay weltering there, - - With .the sweat o" agony matting the hair," And the bravest in battle hoard with awe The crunching sonnd of the busyr Baw. i : But corolessly rode Old Abe along, A nd callod in that scone for a negro song, f Mothers, daughters, sisters, wives, - , Knit by love to those precipvs lives, How Triust your -heart for hews athirst, , ";' Have throbbed and sunk and bjed, or bnrst, Whilecarolesslv rode Old Abe alonz- And callecf'mid those graves for a negro-song i n-j y , - 'i i T ' Jon end Uwi of the State of Tennessee.' add fu,YBPIt bould be ijmwn aside with a? annalyzvnI withvgreat power the infamous contemptuous sneer. Ljok to it. .r you, , u , u.u w - i . i, a 4 the people of ...

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. — 27 October 1864

PUBLISHED EVEKjTTfHlfKSDAt Bt BOSS Sc BOS SEE, Editors and Proprietors. , BIAYSVILLE. OCT. tT were! a cowardly set,' wiliiu to. remain at tome to persecute .their neighbors, Jmt not Willing to do as be had done, take up arms soil fight the foe; end' that when ever a rumor reached the place that the rebels were aoywBere'withn) fifty raneTbrtrierriV GEORCETB: M'CLELtAR, VFpBi VICB PRWIDENT,'"' i'1 ' ' GtdiffGE..'H. Pendleton, The Bord ctTrade and GovBramlette Tb'e Boarlc5l Trade at'Mysvttle',.if be lieved, toj.coB8ist.of)DaYy Clarke alone, and not of any greater number of persons. The gentlemen'wbo were originally appointed to the'dim'putabW servrce of eettlDg as spies nppn he loyaltyi of their, neighbors, and granting-them permits to trade, or not, is the Board choBe, became alarmed St the retribution"' they were invoking, and Very speedily vacated' their,, places,' No, one in thja, community has yet bad the courage, to avow bitnseU the successor ot either one of the gentlemen wbo'th...

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. — 27 October 1864

THE BUL.riW. (rWe woold respectfujly Inform our' friends that iwe will coniipuq to do JQB WORK.at this office as heretofore.' PeK'M ' valuable; property undertook to depro sots wish ing worlc of IhTa ' description done' with heatless.and dispatch' will do well to give i i a call, u Orders ifrom a. distance , will, receive prompt attention,. ,it., v - v-ROS3-i& ROSSER.'. The 'tofcClellan ' BarWcue '' it Wayallck Though .the, day jhm raw apd uocomfort ably cold a very .large number of enthusi astic f'ienda of Gen. McOlellan, ladies and gentlemen'; were 1n( attendance at the' Burl berue at Mayslick-on- Batordrty- last. The gpeecheai of Govv Bramlette and others, were -well received, ard no'tinplenfant oc curence marred the enjoyments of the day. The whole proceedings are Indicative of a united ' and overwhelming vote against the abolition administration, and in' favor of MeClellan and Pendleton. Mason and the surrounding Counties will do their duty on the'second Tuesday in November...

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