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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 6 December 1862

" r " . ' - '.'... -' v." "'".'.' '; ' '-V. . .'.''.'''-'.'''" '',::',' ' ' : ' ' ' .- , - - . ' '.''- . ' ' ' : ,-.'- , - " ....- . , VOL. 1. '"-:L WINCHESTER, ' TEtfN.V DECEMBER 6, 18G2. NO. 51 the : gni 'itllftll W. J.' S LATTER, Proprietor. Term a : aSJL!tA'iiaraiaJ!(SS3riPia Notice to Subscribers. ' i"ViiKV you find before your name on jour pupor, please reiiow : jrour cubseription, . fAit is a riotieo tbut the time for', Which it ida been pHid will expire in a few':ays. ' V&m A limited space in the, Duiy Dul Au will be allowed lor advertisements, jji ins, $1 for each square,' lat i'nsiertiou ; 50cts tf each subsequent insertion. ( . Articles of much length, intended for publi fciou, must be handed in in the forenoon to . iafcure publication next day. tJbituaries. Tributes of llespect, and Funeral invitations charged as advertisements, but mar- bilges and deaths published as news vtrtl9emetttS of charitable .institutions at. .1 "i0.'. . . ;L1.-. . iFrom the Huntsville (Ala....

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 6 December 1862

;hb daily bulletin V. T. HEL5I3, Editor. SATUUDAY MOHXIMV DEC, G. ( vudes both, v The, spirit of inspiration must i havo breathed into the hearts of the holy, i fathers -who framed our praycra. Treasure them up in your heurts. Make them your pe Lincoln "Would Hather IVid ! It will bo Kit'.-i ly a- noithcrn tolc-..:-am which we copy in the. Uulletin i!.:s Morning, from a late nnmboroftbo i'ln;.-iri:::iii Knquirer, that Mr. Lincoln Rev. Wm. BLBartley, . ( AN OBITUARY ) The decease of Rev. Wm. M. Hartley ..(has been announced' in tTie Daily Bil-titions AUtX0 throne of grace, and you shall l J . . .. . i " letin. lie was tho worthy and ueiovea not nsk in vain; for Gor has promised that if Hector of the Episcopal parish of Win- we ask wo shall receive. He doesn't say we cheater, and his death; though it took I may -no' doubt about it, but blessed, unfailing has cast a veil of sal-! -'"nV- "'r unt0 me. "7e I 1,,li,vW It, Inl in An 1 T WttT IV1 .A 1 with some Uc i'u;:i h WOt ii V hi a conv...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 9 December 1862

. W " ' ,....,. V -3 X - VOL. 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., DECEMBER 9, 1862. NO. 56 W. J. SLATTER, Proprietor. Terms: Notice to Subscribers. Whxh you find beforo .your name on jour papdr, please renew your subscription, at it ii a notice that the time for which it hu been paid will expire in a few days. tfm A very limited space in the Daily Bui Jejin will be allowed for advertisements. Terms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; 60cts for each subsequent insertion. Articles of much length, intended for publi ation, must be handed in in the forenoon to insure publication next day. Obituaries, Tributes of liespect, and Funeral Invitations charged as advertisements, but mar riages and deaths published -as news Advertisements of charitable institutions at half price. Letter from Ex-Senator Bigler, of Pennsylvania. Clearfield, Penn., Not. 1, 1862. My Dear Sib: In reply to your favor of the 30th ult, I havo to say that you have been rightly informed. I do not intend to bo a candidate fur United S...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 9 December 1862

THE DHL! BULLJT1J W. T HELMS, Editor- ITKSliAV MOKXLNG," DKUjoi Ex-Scmtor Biglcr's Letter. Wo give jihice tliis morning to this document, .which wu have somewhat abridged, the better to' udapt its length lo our columns Mr. liiglcr occupies the, front rank of Northern democratic lenders, and his views may be regarded as expressive of tho sentiments of ft xuijority of his party in Pennsylvania. Take it altogether, tho tone of the lot. ter is decidedly pacific. He proposos an armistice, and this, if agreed to, would bo a preliminary to recognition and itcaco. Bat we confess that wo A have but vory little confidence in any of these peace signs, Roports of Con federate victories are tho best peace makers. If God will givo success to our arms in tho impending groat bat tles iu Tonnessoo and Virginia, then wo may conclude that we have con piorod a peace, at least with tho land power of the enemy. Thoir naval ex peditions would porhaps bo urged lor ward with vigor, and they would con tinue ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 10 December 1862

o -5 a I J 1 fir I i is 1 VOL. 1. WINCHESTER, TENN. DECEMBER 10. 1862. NO. 57 ( "A It ' i r; Site mm V. J. S LATTER, Proprietor.' i r Notice to Subscribers ; "Whew yoU find beforo your name on your paper, please renew your aubscription, as it is a notice that .the time for which it has beon paid will expire in a few days. wrtt A iii linuirA. smnrfi. in ithe Daily Bul-J l.,ln will ha allowed lor advertisements. I Trms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; 50cts i . u ...i : .: ! for each subsequent insertion. Articles of much length, intended for publi cation, must be handed in in the forpnoon to insure publication next day. Obituaries, Tributes of Kespect, and Funeral Invitations charged as advertisements, but mar riages and deaths published as news Advertisements of charitabla institutions at half price. Synopsis of Lincoln's Message. Washington, Dec. 1. The President says that tho corres , pondence touching foreign affairs which has ta'en place dnring the last year is herewith subm...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 10 December 1862

T THE DAILY BULLETIN W. T. HELMS, Editor. WEDNESDAY, DEC, 10. John H. Morgan Forever. A brigade of tho enemy has boon for ome timo past at ilartsvillo, which is bOino 10 miles above Gallatin or tho Cumberland, doing just what abolition armies hare generally boon doing that is, burning houses, stealing proper ty, and insulting v6ruon, besides doing an immense amount of swagging. This brigade waa'composod of about' 2700 cavalry and two pieces of artillery. On Saturday last Gen. Johnston de termined to look aftor thorn. Morgan was selected, and given two regiments of infantry, to-wit : tho 0th and 4th Kcutuclcy, in additiou to such of his own cavalry as ho saw proper to take, a large portion ol his command being absent. The infantry wore put ou horses, and in about two hours from the tiuio ho left Lebanon, ho was at Ilartsvillo, a distance of near twenty miles. lie at once attacked tho enemy vig orously, his infantry in front and-his cavalry in the rear. Tho fighi lasted several hours,...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 12 December 1862

r I ; t " I ' 1, : M 5 i t VOL. 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., DECEMBER 12, 1862. II : i i. i NO. 58 m 'Minn ii r ,-' 'piw.i. r in f he itailir :: gtuUctiu, IW.- J. S LATTER, Proprietor. I '...' . Notice to Subscribers. iAVmcv you find before' your name on our paper, please renew your subscription, j it is a notice that the timo for which it tyus been paid will expire in a few days. A very limited space in the Daily Bul- feiu will bo allowed tor advertisements. arms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; 60cts fcr each subsequent insertion.1 j Articles ot mucn lengtn, intended tor publi- tion.'must Do nanaea in in the lorenoon to jure publication next day. Obituaries, irioutcs ot Kespect, and runeral ivitations charged as advertisements, but mar- jjuges and deaths published as news Advertisements ot cnarituole institutions at alf price. " Our foreman and most important Vesicant, is still too unwell to work. TiVliilc this the caso it will be impbssi bjci'or us to get out the Bulletin often than...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 12 December 1862

; HE DAILY BULLETIN wT'l. "'HELMS. Editor. FKIBaY, DECEMBER 12. The Battle of Hartsville. We publish below Gen. Bragg's offic i;vl telegraphic report of tho glorious victory won to our arias hy tho force under Brig. (ion. Morgan, atllsutsvillo, Tumi., on Sunday last. It will bo aeon that the official account (loos not mate rially differ from that given in the last Bulletin: "An expedition under acting Brigadier Gen. J no. II. Morgan attacked the outpost of the enemy at Hartsville, on the Cumberland river, yesterday morning, killed and wounded two hundred, and captured eighteen hundred pris oners, two pioces of artillery, two thousand stand of arms, and all the other stores ut that 'On the day previous a small foraging train was captured by Gen. Wheeler near Nashville, with fifty prisoners. . "On the Gth. Col. Roddy, of the Alabama cavalry, eaptured a train near Corinth, with its escort and a number of negroes. "Our loss at Hartsvillo wan about ono hun dred and twenty-live killed an ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 14 December 1862

hilt rLv ' "'' 'to,'''k"'r, . , - -1 in - ' Mm If' ll IT I C II in yoL.'i-;::." " ' WINCHESTER, TENN., DECEMBER 14, 180. NO. 59 W,J J.' SLfATTEIi, lroplietur. From tho New York World, Nov. 14. The Murder of the Black Race. Tho Evening Tost framily admits that thu ultiinuto object of the radicals is tho destruction of tho colored race (klfgilljllj. KXl'llKSSI.Y FOIl T'.TK DULY BUI.LKTIX 1UC1IMON1), 13th. The papers this morning furnish some interesting particulars of events at Fredericksburg yesterday andThurs- SraiSaiLAiaaaas'JUaffaffi on this continent. It says: ., , ,., . - - -r--- "As the Indduis wero crowded west- ., ., .Notice to Subscribe ward, and out of our l -Minds by tho , When you-find. before y iir name n irresistible advance of tho while man, jour paper, please renew your uWri'ti(ni, BO ,l the blaflvs be whenever that A a wiU ex ire in a .a s." powerful pect.vo system wit which d;ly night. The Knquirer says the en- una r .1 . tl ,li i !(! l!!l v II i-1 1 : 1 !( i.'ll t ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 14 December 1862

THE DAILY BULLETIN W. T. HELMS, Ed-tor. , the Confederacy should be. brought ' lairain into tralnir communion with ' Ithopo who, in this unnatural war, have '3 pursued, and are pursuing us 'vith the SUNDAY, DECrJlBM 14. " Urioltyol the avage an J the hatred of Peace will find us the m st destitute Peace, and What Then? The war tr.hu t last always, and nation of people upon earth, in the mat though we may not be near its closing tr of luxuries, conveniences, and ne hour; though months, and even years I comities of lite; and golden will bo the of sufferings and privations may yet ! harvest that nation will reap which shall bo privileged to up our exhaust ed merchaiitile, medical, and mechani cal stores. Shall oar iniplacaLIo and inhuman lues, any of thoin, be permit ted to reap in this golden field ot 'trade? intorvene, before we conquor peaeo with the northern republic, and have our independence recognized by them; vet the probabilities arc strongly in fa- vor of an early armistice l...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 16 December 1862

'1 JS I Icli It VOL. 1. ,V(.(?IIi:sTIU, TEXN., DECEMBER 16, 1862. NO. 60 Site $aito ijjijAfj ' ;,,(: of then deeds during the iUUlUt, hlt v i and a hall, lint in i... iwi.L . . , J 7 ti ...n . i . 1 1 1 j , n U S. Congress. 7 r 1. I 1 . i rr . vii v lower uouso oi tuo u. S. uon- Si'tith nil 'lit. be ru t duced to nsi.es wit hunt changing tho 10s on the 1st instant, the following mood or undermining tho resolutions proceedings wore had. It will bo seen TOMMUM JS&SaWtKSS iLThu ' 10 1 tluU tllC dcits arc making an ear- . . . 1 rr 4i n , I I.,. I 1 ........ li ij a.iu ujih fcuwiowarus narrassing W. J. SLATTEIt, Proprietor. lerms Notice to Subscribers. your as ATHK you find betbro your name on rn ; , ',U,011t;. ? ur paper, please rune your subscription, Uih mT m "llt0 ttu:111 ! tl i it is a notice that the time for which it i rato loss at the battlo of 4 1 1 1 . .. . I t I . . . . I am told )r tl that tho otiieial statement, cota pii.si n tu Volition tyrants in power: has been paid w...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 16 December 1862

I H l n V R II I I F T I H ; Co1, Newman's Regiment. LI il I U I D U Ll L MJ Li ; Tho five companies of this now regi : ment lately raised by Col. T. W. 'ow. ; man, and which lor sonio time has been T. iliSLirs, Editor. Tl. KSlA Y, iJKCDIMIt 16. !eneampel at Sharp's Sprin- Branch, ' dose to tivii. left yesterday mornin:' The Hero of Palmyra tii'ie tho fdlowin.; the Xasbvide Union : Referring to the fac: that druggists in the Smith have boon imprisoned, and their property confiscated, for sending medicines into our lines the- .Religious Herald, of Richmond, appropriately romat ks: "Our enemies prohibited the intro- lor .Shelby viile. Wo feel sorry that j dnction of medicines into the- South. paragraph thoy hud to leave their nice encamp-1 .s"ico the V edoral occiivation of Mem 1 merit, which lo-kcd like a littbtown, I Hlis (.)!',oa"9; UrugiMU in i , . j , I'll t'W7" limn Uit PUIMULUU W ft is stated that one. of tho vie- with its modest huts, decorated with ; (,)lin-M,ui , ol lllcir D...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 17 December 1862

3-- 1 C-" 71 i f i i VOL. I. 1 ! WINCHESTER, 'TENN., DECEMBER 17, 18G-2. NO. 01 -.. . 1VJJ iW,! . Lf f V I hearts, dono us all the harm in their ; power, they willdesiro to take up their j abodes with us, and conform toour laws I andcustoms. It seems absurd, porchauce : i to some, that wo should apprehend any ,Terras : . , ' evil from the influx into our borders of &3H$2&A!tt TO&IBtiMBrVIR : those . who arc robbing, pillaging, de- siroying, devastating anu muruoring WV J. SLATTER, Proprietor. Notice to Subscriber!. our fields and property, husbands, sons "When you find H before jour name on I and fathers, simply because we have your paper, please renew your subscription, as it is a notice that the time for which it has been paid will expire in few days. ' A very limited tpace in the Daily Bul letin will b allowed for advertisements. Terms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; 60cts for each subsequent insertion. Articles if much length, intended for publi cation, must b h...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 17 December 1862

lliE' DAILY BULLETIN W. T. HELMS, Editor. TheFuture of Slavery. JS'o The Late Episcopal General Council and the Question of Slave Progress. Wep-nb'iHhod an artiole a short time aj,' uj)on the subject of the future of tditvery," in which wo undertook to point out some of the defects in our rcat domostio institution. We then promised to resume the subject another tirao, and vc now set about doing so. Siiico the preparation of our last arti clo upon tho question of slavery, wo have received a copy of the "Pastoral Latter from tho Bishops of tho Protes tant Episcopal church to the clergy and luiety of the Church in the Confed erate Stales of America. Delivered bo f re the Genoral Council, in St. Paul's Church, Augusta, Ga., Nov. 22d, 18(32." From tho pamphlet whose title pago we have thus given we make the follow ing extracts. The Bishops refer to the moral and religious improvement of the slaves, as being "that groat work which God has placed at our very door, and which is, next to her...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 24 December 1862

A organ, I. Hot. 'got at Ready, mem. ilajor 168SC9 !joe.,;i;:. ' - , no. G4 alaito SLAT'Tiplt. Pr0(pr'ietpf. I Notice to' Subscribers. ' nVHEK you flnd. . beforo : your name on iur paper, please renew your subscription, "Jit u a notice 'that j tUe;ipui or which it JIM been paid will expire in a few days. : i -.' : ' jjej, A very limited space in the Daily Bul jpjin will be allowed lor advertisements. ' 'tTcrms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; GOets lr ech subsequent insertion. " ' J Articles of much length, intended for publi cation, must be handed in in the forenoon to jnsure publication next day. ; 4 Obituaries, Tributes of llcspect, and Funeral Juvitations charged as advertisements, but mai -ia"M and deaths published as hews f Advertisements of charitable institutions at ;i,alf price. : " ' Department Reports of the Abo lition Government. I Accompanying Lincoln's , message 'are the reports ot Secretaries Seward, Welles, Blair and Smith, those o Sec- retaries Stanton and Chase...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 24 December 1862

' " 'mm . ' V -X' W. T. HELMS, Editor. WEDNESDAY, DKCEMBEIl 24. A Word for Christmas-Eve. A brief thought for our joung read-' T8. Many, many have been tho "mer ry Chriritmas clays" we have had. We lire now npon the eve of one that will net bo of the merry ort. The pres ence ot distress will sadden many a home, and spread a drapery of mourn ing over hearts that have been used to celebrate the day with f'ostire gaity. But the day may bo none tho worse kept because of the sad realities sur rounding us. Hitherto mirth has run ajmost into riot, amongst tho youth of our towns, in the licenso allowed ihem in "keeping Christmas." Doubtless tho sober style which will usher in und bo the characteristic of to-morrow, will be raoro acccptablo to God; will bo a more joyful sight to the angels; and will be surer to bloss to us and to our cause tho incoming year. Now what wc say is : Let each and all tho youth ful readers of the Bullotin pray in tho morning for God's blessing of Peace, to our Con...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 5 January 1863

:?" rrrr ! y:t Ifetlj ! 1 f 14 VOL. 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., JANUARY 5, 1863- -ft NO- 05 She gmlg ' "'' Notice' to Subscribers. TThev 'you find beforo your name on jour paper,' please renew your subscription, as it is a notice that the time' for which it lius been paid, will expire in a few dayi. A very limited space in the Daily Bulletin-will bo "allowed for advertisements. Terms, $f for paU "square, 1st insertion ; 60cts for each subsequent insertion. Articles of much length, intended for publi cation, must be handed in in the forenoon to insure publication next day. Obituaries, Tributes of Respect, and Funeral Invitations charged as advertisements, but mar riages and deaths published as news Advertisements of charitable institutions at half price. List of Killed ; and 'Wounded in Col. Turkey's First Tenn. Regiment, in the Battle of Fredericksburg. Company ., K. Killed Lieut (ruiro Company D.'-Killed Private Mc T J Davis. .' . , i ' Company I Killed Privates S MuUiken and John Len'eh...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 5 January 1863

i tr i r iw'i .a i i. 1 Si :'J i ! ; i-.fi .' .Hi 5 V I'. .V-vV uicntsomo '.'OU wcro lost, but only a - . -- . - i 1 1 . i . .:, .. i m j small proportion oi Kiueu. iunjur i' ! vis was killed. It was clurkig a chargo unoa a battery when tho 17th was lar in advance, that a largo force of the! 1!Y W. J. SLATTKIi r i ii o h o s t (? v : JANTAIiV 5- JTkJ Thn is tho lii'-t issue of tho Hal Lrtin .since the - Ith of !at month, a sus pension beyond our power to avoid, and which we regret, not so much on ao count of tho heavy loss each day to us, I,, it b.'cau -o scores of applicants every day fit our cilice have been disappoint -d. The few litllo innocent festivities , )V vastly superior numbers, it was only of Christmas did not seduce us from a by unflinching bravery and heroic de single, duty or ell'orl to remedy "Jie mat- termination unequalled by tho veteran tor. ''o could not object tnat our . 're-j loo-ions of Piome, that they won the man, who had one brother killed at Slit ,,h and a...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 6 January 1863

Y OL. 1. WINCHESTER, .TENN JANUARY . 18C3. NO. GO P (S 4"8 S " j Term: Notice to Subscribers. VnEY you tlnd belbro your, tuiiue n your paper, plcaso renew your KuhMTijition, as it is u notice that the timu for which it ha3 been paid will expire in w few days. A vtry limited space in the Daily Bul letin, will ho allowed for advertisements. Terms, $1 for each siare, 1st insertion ; 60cts for each subsequent insertion. Articles of much length, intended for publi cation, mCB be Jflmded in in the forenoon to insure publication next day. Obituaries, Tributes of Kespect, and Funeral Invitations charged as advertisements, but mar riages and deaths published as news Advertisements of charitubla institutions at lalf price. From the ltichmond Examiner. Sketch of the Battle in and near Predericksburg. THE BATTLK OF THE loTH. South of the railroad, beginning near the town and running to a point at Hamilton's crossing, and a'.so parallel -with the river, is a range of hills cov ,'rred with dense ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 6 January 1863

..V- t, h 'jf J. ' i I'.V W. J. SLATTEK. r - r ' .- ' V i 11 o h e s to r : TUKSDAY, ciimnand the .success lie so rii-hly de serves: This feeling not a weuknesg nor docs it spring lrom :i lack of valor it comes of undying devotion 10 a cause sacred Hi life. J AX. . 'h. A.sfor ourself avo must pay our confi- -" " - - deuce is firm that tho enemy will novor General Bragg. j reach u, and tlmt ( en. Urugg will again Our town was all ago- last evening j j(i;ct u iow ikV iaovc disastrous than 10 Hee,Lut more enpccially to hear, Gen. I tho one at MurfroeKhoro'. Whatever Braxton lirugg, who arrived about ! ,nay be sai. I by fire side. Generals about noon and took (jiiarters in tho residence ! hi Kentucky campaign, it must bo ad wfour legislator, II. T. Carr. lie up- j milU-d by all that his campaign in Mid pcared in trout of tho Tost ollieo, after ! ,j;0 Tennobseo has been a decided suc au introduction by tho Rev. C. I). Kl- t.osS xw Uetail.s of which will over do !; ,tt, and in a brict .sp...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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