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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 February 1882

It is welcomed in the households of men of both political parties, for the reason that it is more of a newspaper than a political journal. JOB WORK its wide circulation therefore makes it a valuable vehicle for business announcements, which we respectfully invite to our columns. Advertising Rates Low. ) Liberal discount where advertisers use both the daily and weekly. For rates apply to rosser & McCarthy, Publishers; Of all kinds neatly, promptly and cheaply done at the office of the Daily Bulletin Kentucky Central R. R. THE MOST DESIRABLE ROV2 E TO CINCINNATI. ON LY LINE RUNNING FREE PARLOR CARS. BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table lu ellect March 31, 1881. Leave Lexington 7:80 a. m. Leave Maysvllle 5:45 a. m. Leave Paris S:'M a.m. Leave Cynthiana 8;.i5 a. m. Leave Falmouth 10:UU a. in. Arr. Cincinnati 11:15 a. in. Leave Lexington . 4h p. in. Arrive .Maysvllle 8:15 p. in. Free Parlor Car leave Lexington at.. Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati at. 2:15 p. m. PJ:30 p.m. 3:0...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BDLLETIN, SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 18, 1882. The "Ways mul Menus Committee to the House reported a bill limiting the term of Collectors years. of Internal Revenue to four A Washington special says the subcommittee on Ways and Means looks favorably upon the proposition to reduce the tax on whisky from 00 to 50 cents, on tobacco from 1G to 12 cents a pound, and on cigars from $0 to $4 per thousand. elected councilman at Winchester, Ky., was found to be ineligible under the terms of the town charter, was not allowed to take his seat, has disturbed the loyal soul of the Republican. Call out the troops. Ckiieal estimates of the Department of Agricultural oi crops of 1S81, as compared with those of 1S80, show a reduction of 31 per cent, in corn, 22 per cent, in wheat, 21 per cent, in rye, and 9 per cent, in barley. The total value of crops in 18S1 is $1,465,-000,000, against SI, 361,000,000 in 1SS0. The House Committee appointed to audit the expenses occasioned by the sickness...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 February 1882

P i II DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 18, 1882. J Uentlk Spring, the Hearenly maid, Hor buds and blossoms bringing, "With dainty tread, wilt soon be here, To set tho birds n singing. Sho'd better bring her overshoes, 'TIs true and more's tho pity, For she will And, wo gratly fear, A very dirty city. Look out for Chenowoth & Co.'s seed advertisement. AV. B. Mathews & ,Co. received a large raft of logs this week. Corn sells here at 90 cents a bushel too high as compared with the price elsewhere. , . . . The river is rising fast to-day, and a heavy swell is reported coming from above. Chickens are two dollars a dozen and butter twentycents a pound, at Flemings-burg. . Mk. Wm. McOlannaiian', city assessor, will enter upon his duties on the 10th of next month. The high water is already in some of the .. houses in the bottom on the East side of Limestone bridge. Ouk anvertisers are welcome to all the courtesies the Bulletin can extend. Their success is our success....

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 February 1882

No Accounting- for Tastes. New York Sun. " You had better get rid of that stovepipe hat; you'll be livelier without it," said a powerfully-built, red-faced young truck-driver the other day, as ho nearly drove over a delicate-looking gentleman on Park row. The pedestrian mid to skip in a very undignified manner to escape. " You want your neck wrung very badly," he said, as he gained the sidewalk and looked after the truck. The driver heard him and pulled up his horse at once. " Will you wring it?" he asked, in gruff tones. The gentleman took a few steps to consider the question. Then he said : No, I'll leave that job for the hangman ; but I'll flatten your nose, if that will suit you." It appeared that the proposal suited the driver, for in thirty seconds he stood before his fragile-looking man. " Now flatten my nose," he said defiantly. It was done before the words were well vout of his mouth, and as he lay on his back in the gutter the expression of his bloodbespattered countenance...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 February 1882

DAILY B , Published every afternoon and delivered in this city, the suburbs and Aberdeen l3y our carriers, at 6 CENTS a week. It is welcomed in the households of men of both political parties, for the reason that it is Liberal discount where advertisers use both the daily and weekly. For rates apply to rosser & McCarthy, ' Publishers; JOB WORK Of all kinds neatly, promptly and cheaply done at the office of tn"6 Da'iIy Bulletin - Kentucky Central R. R THE MOST DESIRABLE RO VIE TO CINCINNATI. ONL Y LINE R UN Nl 'A U FREE PARLOR CARS. BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table iu effect March 31,1881. Leave Lexington 7:30 a. in, Leave Maysvllle o:4o a. m. Leave Paris 8:20 a.m. Leave Cynthiana 8;o5 a. m. Leave Falmouth 10:uo a. m. Arr. Cincinnati 11:45 a. in. Leave Lexington 4:35 i. m. Arrive Maysvllle 8:15 o. in. Free Parlor Car leave Lexington at.. Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati at., 2:15 p. m. 1:2:30 p.m. 3:u5 p. in. 3:10 p. in. JHti p. m. (J:3u p. m. TJIE CHILDREN. ciiari.es ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 20, 18S2. Tun business promises to lead to n war, after all but the hostilities are confined to our own country, between the Republican factions. Therb is thcauthority of careful Republican newspapers like the Chicago Tribune and the Cincinnati Gazette for the state ment there is to be war between Mr. Blane and the Administration. The ostensible issue will be the foreign policy of the former, but the real quarrel will be for the control of the Republican party. Congkess has been in session two months. There has been an immense amount of talk, and never in the history of the house has such a flood of bills been poured in. But talk is cheap, and most of the bills are still cheaper. The actual amount of work accomplished is very small. Both houses are far behindhand and are evidently preparing to extend the session far into the summer. Teh attention of Republicans who are talking of disseensions in the democratic ranks is called to the follo...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 February 1882

I i I DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 20, 1882. Ok what ho had ho freely gave, Without his neighbor seeing ; He never spoko an unklnu word Of any human being. The kindness of his honest heart . To every living thing, Will keep In mind his resting place Amid the flowers of Spring. Sliced ham and beet on sale at G. W Geisel's Equity Grocery. flC2vd The cost of taking the last census of the United States will foot up to about $5,000,-000. Heavy reduction in tresh oysters, fish and canned goods. John "Wheeler. lmd 31, Market street. TnE river fell about a foot last night, but is rising again to-day. It is at a higher stage than for several years past. - Mr. M. F. Marsh requests us to say that he has withdrawn from the tombstone and freestone pavement business. Mr. William Siireck, a German, aged seventy years, was found dead, last week, on one of the roads near Augusta. A number of converts to the colored Baptist Church were immersed in the river yesterday at the foot of Li...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 February 1882

UhEFL'L H1NT. A solution of cyanide of potassium is the best of poison to kill insects of any kind. Hanging-Basket. Bore three holes through any pretly shell you chance to have, and put in three red cords to hang it up by. Fill it with wet sand, and arrange ferns, autumn leaves or everlasting flowers in it. To clean old lamp-burners, wash them in ashes and water and they will come out bright as new. Many times a burner is condemned because the light is poor, when, having clogged up with sediment, the wick is at fault. Scent Sachet. Two pieces of blue or pink satin, three inches square. Sew into a tiny bag, and put in three layers of cotton filled with sachet powder. Sew the open end together, and quill white silk lace around the edge. Paste an embossed floral motto on one or both sides, and you have a pretty addition for a writing desk, glove or handkerchief box, A Simple Filter. A correspondent of the Baltimore Sun thus describes a filter which he says he uses with perfect success ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 February 1882

Wiiiii -.-4 rosser & McCarthy, Publishers, JOB WORK Of all kinds neatly, promptly and cheaply done at the office of the Daily Bulletin BLUEGRASS ROUTE. Kentucky Central R. R. THE MOST DESIRABLE IiOU'JE TO CINCINNATI. ONL Y LINE li UXXIXG FREE PARLOR CARS. BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table in effect March 31, lb81. Leave Lexington 7:,10 a. in. 2:15 p. in. Leave Maysvflle 5:15 a. m. 12:30 p.m. Leave Paris 8:20 a. m. 3:u5 p. in. Leave Cynthiana 8;55 a. m. 3:10 p. m. Leave Falmouth 10:uu a. in. -4: ti p. in. A rr. Cincinnati 11:45 a. m. 0:30 p. in. Leave Lexington 4:35 p. in. Arrive Maysville SMS p. m. Free Parlor Car leave Lexingam at. ..2:15 p. m. Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati at...2:Ml p. in. Close eonhectioh made'In Cincinnati for all points North, East and West. Special lates to em grants. Ask the agent at the above named places lor u time folder of4 Blue Grass Route." Round trip tickets from Maysville and Lexington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates. For rates on...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BDLLETIN, TUESDAY EVENIXQ, FEB. 21, 18S2. 'P.r.j Tl.w.rvf 1nii.ncnnl l.nn President Arthur is slowly weeding out the half-breeds, like a man who cut his dog's tail by the inch, so as not to surprise the dog. The widow of Gen. Custer receives $30 a month from the government; almost as much as is paid to some of the bucks who murdered her husband. The Supreme Court of Tennessee has definitely and finally refused to permit the funding of the State debt, except through ihe passage of another bill by the Legislature. A claim for $5,000 has been filed with the Garfield auditing committee, by a Boston man, for the construction of a cool-air apparatus in the executive mansion during the illness of Pressident Garfield. b The Governor of Virginia has captured the piratical oyster fleet of six schooners, one sloop and sixty-one men. Eighteen shots were iired through the rigging cf one ol the schooners, and she was chased thirty-five miles before brought to. The estimated loss by ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 February 1882

J I DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 21, 1882. The colored man whose daily walk Is upright and correct, "yith ovory worthy citizen, Will find his true respect. Such men are honored overy where. Their color white Or blaclc, And he can't prove It otherwise ; That Buckeye Castlk Gault lias nine boarders this week. " 4- Snow, rain ami hail to-day by way of variety. Sliced ham and bei'l" on sale at G. W. Gcisbl's Equity Grocery. fl02vd Mrs. Maiiy Dillon has for sale a good house in the lower part of the city. Cutter is very scarce this week. It commands thirty-five cents a pound. Heavy reduction in iresh oysters, fish and canned goods. .. John Wheeler. lind 531, Market street. Mr. J. Henry Pecor haSj moved into his new store and is exhibiting a very handsome stock of boots and shoes. His prices arc very low. , .--- - . The Directors of the U. S. Mint have decided that refilling the holes in coin with silver and gold does not make the coin fit for circulation as legal currenc...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 February 1882

Oeolctc Theories of the Earth's Interior. Chambers' Journal. Various theories have been from time io time advanced as to the interior condition of the globe, many of them of a purely fanciful character. The great Keppler, for instance, in seeking to account for ebb and flow of the ocean tides, depicted the earth as a living monster, the earth-animal, whose whale like mode of breathing occasioned the rise and fall of the ocean in recurring periods of sleeping and walking, dependant on solar time. He even in his flig its of fancy, attributed to this earth-animal the possession of a soul, having the faculties of memory and imagination. Another great astronomer, Halley, was opposed to the idea of the globe being solid, "regarding it as more worthy of the creator that the earth, like a house of several stories, should be inhibited both without and within." For light, too, in the hollow sphere, he though provisions might in some measure be be contrived. So recently, indeed, as within the ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 February 1882

r(l EVENING i BULLETIN. "HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS PALL WHERE THEY MAY." VOLUME 1. MAYSVILLE, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 22, 1882. NUMBER 79. JULYB THE , Published every afternoon and delivered in this city, the suburbs and Aberdeen by our carriers, at 6 CENTS a week. It is welcomed in the households of men of both political parties, for the reason that it is more of a newspaper than a political journal, & " AMAanuHHllWrS" Its wide circulation therefore makes it a valuable vehicle for business announcements, which we respectfully invite to our columns. Advertising Rates Low. Liberal discount where advertisers use both the daily and weekly. For rates apply to rosser & McCarthy, " v Publishers; JOB WORK f all kinds neatly, promptly and cheaply done at the office pf the Daily Bulletin BLUEGRASS KOUTE. Kentucky Central R. R. THE MOST DESIRABLE 110 VIE TO CINCINNATI. OXL Y LINE R UXN1XG FREE PARLOR CARS. BETWEEN LEXINGTON. AND CINCINNATI Time tabic In effect March ill, 1881...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 February 1882

DAILY EVENING ....... BULLETIN. .t WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 22, 1882. The Governor of Virginia has vetoed the bill. ...The Opera Festival at Cincinnati, dosed Monday night with the postponed Patti concert. The bill allowing Attorneys for the Commonwealth seven, dollars a day for their services, has passed the Sentate. Maud S. has been taken from her winte quarters in Cincinnati to New York. She is to be driven to the pole by Mr. alternately with Win, H. and Lysa- nder. The bill to provide for taking the sense of he people upon the qustion of calling a constitutional convention has been postponed in the Legislature until Tuesday the 28th inst. A bill has been introduced in the National House providing that all silver coin, defaced or worn by ordinary use, shall be received by the Government and paid for in perfect coin at its original value. ... i i The court-martial to try Sergeant Mason the charge of shooting at the murderer of President Garfield has met at Washington. The Sergeant ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 February 1882

I! DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, . WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 22, 1882. A dozen centuries ago The Saxon King of Kent, In memory of our Savior's fast, Proscribed, tho term of Lent. Though ages since have glldod by, And error held its sway, We keep tho holy season Just As saoredly today. The river fell several inches hist night. - Oua merchants are busy this week. Trade is good. The, matter of ferry rates between Mays-vi)le and Aberdeen has not yet been settled. The high water is doing much damage to the river banks in Chester and East Mayaville. , Read the advertisements in to-day's issue. By so doing you may learn something to your advantage. To-day being a legal holiday the markets at the business centers are closed and we have therefore no telegraphic report. Henry C. Bennett, a wealthy farmer of White Oak, Greenup county, has been arrested at Portsmouth, Ohio, charged by Miss Amanda J. Losier of being the father of her two children. The Bourbon News says: Yesterday (Tuesday), William Scha...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 February 1882

(CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE.) Sharon, Pa., are stopping at the Perkins House. Mrs. SallieM. Plummer has just closed the public school term at this place. Mrs, P. Is a very popular educator and gave, as she always does, general satisfaction. Ex-sheriff Samuel Ellis a man kuown from the center far beyond tbe circumference of this county, was stricken down, on Saturday last, with, partial paralysis. His condition though critical is hopeful. . Horn to the wile of Mr. Robert Barkley on Sunday February JOth, 1882 a line daughter Viola Perkins. Col T. Burnhom Oldam U. S. gauger and storekeeper was the guest of Vincent 11. Perkins onSunday last. "Old Bull" is dead ! Some one (afflicted doubtless with "transitory" mania) has ''removed" him. He was a great biter and we doubt not but that, From the shades of death's deep niidit, His ("eparted spirit views every light, Aud thinks on former daring. The "amount of sales" of R. L. Gillespie on Saturday February 18 was 8350. G cents. This Mr. G. cla...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 February 1882

IP jMMA J"1 I EVENING BULLETIN. JLy "HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS PALL WHERE THEY MAY." VOLUME 1, MAYSVILLE, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 23, 1882. NUMBER SO. THE AILYBU N, Published every afternoon and delivered in this city, the suburbs 'and Aberdeen l3y our carriers, at 6 CENTS a week. It is welcomed in the households of men of both political parties, for the reason that it is more of a newspaper than a political journal, Its wide circulation therefore makes it a valuable vehicle for business announcements, which we respectfully invite to our columns. Advertising Rates Low. Liberal discount where advertisers use both the daily and weekly. For rates apply to it rosser & McCarthy, Publishers, JOB WORK Of all kinds neatly, promptly and cheaply done at the offipe 'of the Daily Bulletin BLUEGRASS ROUTE. Kentucky Centra! R. R THE MO ST DESIRABLE JiO VIE TO CINCINNATI O A" L Y LINE R UyXIN U FREE PAHLOE CARS. BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table in ell'ecl .March 31, 1881. Le...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVENING, FEB. 23, 3882. IlhirouTS from all over Canada report the most severe snow storms of the season. Thk dead-lock has been broken in favor of Keadjusters, in the Virginia Senate. Major Hicks, the colored murderer, will expiate his crime upon the gallows at Covington, to-morrow. The house committee will soon take action on the proposition to construct eleven war vessels at a cost of $19,000,000. A call has been issued for a National Convention of the Union Greenback La bor Party, signed Hugo Preyer, to be held in. St. Louis, March Sth. Tun latest reports,regarding the Jeannet- fc,te, state that Melville was placed in charge of the search-party on account of Dannen- hauer's broken health. The 'latter is now recovering. The Senate has confirmed John C. New, of Indiana, as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury; B. S. Pinchbeck, Surveyor of Customs at New Orleans, La., and Andrew McLain, United States Attorney for Tennessee. It is said that Congress wi...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, THURSDAY EVENING, FEB. 23, 1S82. If any one should come to you, Your "umberoU" to borrow, Ami you desire to keep it safe, For fear it rains to-morrow. Or, perhaps, to keep it from Tho way your other went, You'll simply say unto your friond, Dear sir, you know Its Lent. Thk Mason County Guards are to have new uniforms. On account of the difficulties of navigation, the Morning Mail missed her trip yesterday but arrived on time to-day. -. The river is coming up again to-day and j has reached the highest, stage this season. Second street, east of Limestone bridge, is under water and pedestrians are obliged to take another route. A NUMnunof the merchants and business men of Portsmouth, presented an elegant flag and a large bible to Capt. J.C. Agnew, of the steamer Return, as a mark of their appreciation of his enterprise in putting a boat in the Portsmouth and Manchester trade. The presentation took place in the cabin of Portsmouth last Monday. Notic'e. Thero will...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 February 1882

John Ballard of Columbus, 0., died recently at three o'clock in the morninjr. At that hour, his friend, Henry Ward, at Zancsville, awoke, called' for his horde, a.iying tliu't JJallard had called him and he" must yo ; and in two hours he was dead. Baroness Erlnnger, wife of the hanker; ordered her carriage to take her to the King Theater in Vienna the night it was burned. Accidentally the coachman arrived fifteen minutes later than ordered and the liaroness escaped the horrors of the fire. .Strangely enough, a like delay prevented her intended visit to the Nice Opera House on the evening it was burned last March. Senor Zamacona, the Alexican Minister, gave a farewell ball in Washington recently. The Washington Star says: "The decorations within and without the two houses they occupy have never been surpassed here. All the projections of bay windows, doorways and cornices of the buildings were brilliant with lights, showing the red, green and white of the Mexican national colors. The...

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