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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 23 November 1881

a I it DAILY EVENINGBULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE7nOv723 188lT A OKuair of benuty gallant men Anorganswelllng tones Thosolemh rlto the wedding ring This dny made Thomi Jones Hemp is worth 525 and 6 at Lexing ton The Daily Bullktin is getting to bo like the ofliee of Jailer everybody wants it If you want to get the kinks out of your legs effectually go to the hop at Neptune Hall to night and dance them out Oysters fit ior a prince served during the wee sma hours as well as in the day time in all styles at the European Hotel If you are wise and it is supposed you are you will get your fat oysters bulk or in cans at the European Hotel and then on Thanksgiving day you will give thanks in earnest A citizen of Maysville who means bus iness offers a reward of 500 to Professor Vennor if he will correctly predict the time table of the Kentucky Central for the next thirty days The wedding breakfast at the Thomas Jones wedding was perhaps particularly good because it was prepared by Mr F M Traxel Whe...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 23 November 1881

KENTUCKY Candidates for Congas are beginning to break out in some parts of the State In the Second district Thomas P PettitW T Ellis and A T Cmycroftof Owensboro W H Yost of Greenville John W Lock ctt and James F Clay of Henderson are candidates Eliza Hv Olay daughter pf the great Kentucky statesman lies buried in ail old Baptist burying ground at Lebanon Ohio She died there in 1825 while enroute to Lexington with her father who was re turning from Washington Franklin countys tobacco crop will be from twenty five to fifty per cent greater in value tfyis season than last From all partsof the State comes the complaint that corn rcribs pig pens and chiqk en roosts are being robbed The late heavy rains have saved the wheat crop from the ravages of the fly and chinch bug Hopkinsville has had an excellent fall trade Apples seventy five cents a bushel at Taylorsville Coal oil commands forty cents per gallon at Scottsville The turkey crop of Harrison county is said to be immense Bourbon cou...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 24 November 1881

1 I l i MILT WRKKSIxCENhrSk SINOIiK NUHUJUU OIVE CKNT BLUEGTJASS ROUTE Kentucky Central fo R THE MOST DESIRABLE RO UTE TO CINCINNATI ONL Y LINE R UNN1NG PREE pallor cars BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table in effect March 31 1881 Leave Lexington 710 a m 215 p in Leave Maysvillo 5J5 a m 130 p in Leave Paris 8i0 a m 3o pni Leave Cyiilliianu 8o5 a m i4 p in Leave Kalmoutli lJ a m p in Arr Cincinnati ll4i a in 03U p in Leave LexinutOn 435 p in Arrive Mayaville 815 p m Free Parlor Car leave Lexington at215 p m Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati at2C0p in ClbstTronn ectToi77nndei rTcin cl una ti fo rail points North Eas and West Special rates to emigrants Ask the agent at the above named laces for it time folder of4 Blue Grass Route E ound trip tickets Irom Maysviile and Lex ington to Cincinnati fiold at reduced rates For rates on household goods and Western tickets address CHAS H HASLETT Genl Emigration Agt Covington Ky JAMES C URN ST Gcnl Pass and Ticket Agt TIMETARLE Covington Fl...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 24 November 1881

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN THURSDAY JSVE NOV 24 1881 lw MUWIKWlWIt IIbxkv J i onkk u It iblieiin was elected to Congress from Rhode Island Charies Ooopeii who ciuolly killed a horse at Cutlettsburg w ts mod 100 The sugar and cotton crops are hotter than was expected several weeks ago Mit Scoviilb ooinuil for Gulteau thinks the trial will continue until the first of the year In the matter of the new charges of forgery against Howgale the gay captain admitted1 that he is not guilty The Agrarian atrocities reported every day from Ireland are not calculated to help the cause of the Land League A sarcastic state exchange sujjuests tion to send the judges of the court of ap Xenls to a law school The Louisville Jocicey Club has decided t havo a carnival of racing in the spring increasing the regular meeting to eleven days and adding some 25000 in the pro gramme Eight additional stakes will be opened making thirteen to be closed January 1st F Kentucky read y his co unci truth thus The Regulator...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 24 November 1881

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE NOV 24 1881 iFanythlnga adapted To give this day good zest And make us truly thankful Its turkey neath the vest To Our Friends at Aberdeen Master Thomas Midghall 1ms been en trusted with the delivery of the Daily Bulletin at Aberdeen and is authorized to collect subscriptions Those who wish to take the Daily will please give notico to him Mr Wh Austin of the Daily Bulle tin will canvass the city to morrow for subscriptions to tlio Daily Bulletin If you feel like encouraging our enterprise please give him your name Look out for Alex Rogers advertise ment to morrow Ounsubsription Jist is swelling rapidly thanks to our friends Thu Daily Bulletin w ill cost you only six cents a week We invite you to take it Aijerdekn sent in thirty one subscribers for the Daily Bulletin this Make friends morning The City of Portsmouth departed for Cincinnati to day with a good freight and passenger list fe Another break in the water pipes on Limestone street same oldp...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 24 November 1881

Teaching llim the Basils Herman said a Poydras street mer chant clothier addressing his clerk hafvosold all of dose overgoats vat V08 left over from last vinter Np sir dere vas dree of dem left yet Veil ye must sell em right Rvay as de vinter vill not last you know Her man Pring me ono uf do goats und I vill show you somedings about do pis ness I vill dell you how vo vill sell dem oud und you must learn do pisness Herman de winter vos gone you know und vo hav had dose goats in de atoro more es seex years An 8 overcoat was handed him by his clerk and smoothing it qut he took a buoksMn money purse from the show case und stuffing ifc full of paper dropped it into one of tho pockets Now Herman my boy lie contin ued vatch me sell dat goat I hat sold over dirty fife uv dem shust de same vay and I vanfc to deach you de pisness Ven de nexd gustomer comes in de shop I vill show you de vay Rube Hoffenstein mine broder in Detroit sells his cloding and udder dings A few minutes later a negro in...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 25 November 1881

i IS J fl Mi JLixXJJ X PKB WEEK SIX CENTS S1NULE NjUMllfill ONE CENT J3JLUEGnEfcASS ROUTE t Jr EhHma W3HL 1 c Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE ROUTE TO CINCINNATI ONL Y LINE R UNNJN G FREE PARLOR CARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Timetable incffecl March 31 1881 Leave Lexington Leave Maysville Leave Paris Leave Cynlhlana Leave Falmoliih Arr Cincinnati 7J0 a in 54 a in 820 a in 8j a m I0H a in llloa in Leave1 Lxiimton p m 2 In p in 1230 p in ttl5 p in y4U p m iKI p m 6M p m Arrive vluysville hl5 p m Free Parlor CarleaveLtXlriglon at2lo p in Free Parlor Oar leave Cihcmnatf nt2i0 p tn Close coiTne ction made in C 1 ncTrinati foFal i points North East and West Special rates to emigrants Ask the agent at the above named laces for ntlmQfQldeof Blue Grass RQUte S ound trip tickets from Maysville and Lex ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rales For rates on household goods and Western tickets addreHS CH AS H H ASLETT Genl Emigration Agtr CovltigtcitfKyi JAMES C KRNST yen i IaBK...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 25 November 1881

DAILY EVENINGr BULLETIN FRIDAY KVKXING NOV 23 1881 Leinoton has an ordinance compelling drummers to take out a 75 license annu ally The late lynching of a negro in Ohio shows a bad state of society over there According to some northern journals such things only occur in the southen states A Washington despatch says that Mrs Christiancy the other night under the influence of hysteria ran around the streets in a scanty night robe She was returned to her home by a colored bailiff TnK annual product of gold is now less than 100000000 and its foreign coinage is practically suspended In the United States the production has gradually dimin ished In 1878 it was 472G6107 in 1870 it was 38900000 in 1880 30000000 Mr 13 la inks wealth is estimated at 3 000000 He has been a successful specu lator in railroad ventures and coid lands lie is an undoubted candidate for the re publican nomination for the presidency in 1884 with a fair chance of winning the prize Tim Commissioner of Pensions states th...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 25 November 1881

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN in FRIDAY EVENING NOV 25 181 Holiday Directory The following aro dealers in holiday goods We cordially recommend them to the patrdnage of our readers i Miss Lou Powling millinery etc A M Rogers boots shoes hats etc John Wheeler oysters game and good things generally F HTraxel theconfeotlonen Coal continues to sell at 12 cents v m - Newell Henry want 10000 live tur keys Heciiwger Thomas Co cut up three hundred and twelve hogs yesterday Aberdeen sent in sixteen subscribers to day for the Daily Bulletin Thanks Rev W D Powers rector of the Church of the Nativity preaches at Au gusta to day Look out for Blaine Nutes holiday advertisement Their place is perfect bazar of christmas novelties Maysville business is booming The holiday trade promises to be a brisk one and the merchants are all getting ready for it Pooue Cos distillery below thecitv is making about three hundred barrels of their famous Rye and Bourbon Whisky every month We shall shortly publish a story tr...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 25 November 1881

TWO STATES KENTUCKY The Bath county iron ore banks have been leased to eastern capitalists Barnes last meeting closed at Somerset after taking seven hundred confessions i Frank Stephens an old negro raped a child of Richard Perry of Whitley cdunty and escaped Messrs Kincaids store on Stepstone Bath county was entered by thieves in daylight and robbed of goods worth 200 The rogues carried their booty away in a wagon A negro boy drank nearly a quart of whisky near Corydon a few days ago and died before he could reach his home A school teacher named Riggs was thrown from a spring wagon near Shelby vilje on Tuesday and painfully injured Tie Hppkinsville South Kcntuckian says M A F Wimberley of Trigg county will start a paper at Cadiz early in Jan uary Miss Parson was thrown from a horse near Bard well a few days ago and was so badly injured that she died within a few hours OHIO John Stream drowned himself inten tionally at Sydney Diptheria is raging terribly at Akron Many deaths have oc...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 November 1881

l TV ATT V m mr mi mt m m a t - Ji m M M J 515 a m Cincinnati Express 913a m Maysviile Accommodation 825 p m Lexington 702 p m Maysviile Express Leave Johnson Station for Flemingsburg on the arrival of Trains on the K C II R 023 a m 400 p m 948 a m 737 p m RcKtilnr Cincinnati ftlnVH ville fc PorlM month Packet BONANZA E B Moore Commander D W Young and C Walker Clerks MQ boUAri Leaves Cincinnati every Tues day Thursday and Saturday at 12 m Leaveo Portsmouth dvery Monday Wednesday and Friday at 11 oclock a m Stopping at Maysviile either way between the hours of 8 and 7 pm Freight received at all hours on the whan boat Robert FiokijIN Argent JXaysvlKIeall Mail and Way Landings CITY OF PORTSMOUTH E S Morgan Master Frank Bryhon Clerk Leaven Cincinnati Moiidav W edneMlay and Friday i Leaves Mavsville Tuesdnv Thurbday and baturday Leav es wharl loot of liroauway For freight or passuge apply on board or to RobertFickiin Auent ItlayHvitle and Cincinnati Tri W eekly Packet V P THOMPSON H L Re...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 November 1881

TTmrr be had it would perhaps be better but uud luxuries of life let tho taxes come off cf whisky and tobacco A mere reduction of the tax on whisky to a reasonable proportion to the cost would not serve tho purpose for the effect of such a reduction by removing the temptation of fraud would be to enhance the revenues and thus increase the em barrassments and evils arising from an overgorged treasury What is needed is the total discontinuance of the revenue system since the internal revenues are no 1 nger required to supply the necessities of the government Aimruita civil service programe so far a developed is about as satisfactory as Mr Ti B Hayes The Courier Journal and the Maysville Republican are engaged at the game you tickle me and Ill tickle you It inpliyed with little paragraphs Tuk Republicans of Virginia at the late election there secured tho Legislature but their members aru mostly raw recruits nianv of thpinhinu nnnmoa without experjonca or influence It is be lieved that ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 November 1881

H r t r DAILY EVENING BULLETIN - j SATUKdIy EVENINNOvT2bi88i Holiday Directory Tho following aro dealers in holiday goods Wo cordially recommend them to the patronage of our readers Miss Lou Fowling millinery etc A M Rogers boots shoes hats eto John Wheeler oysters game and good things generally F IlTraxel fho confectioner Hkciiingkr Thomas Co killed 450 hogs yesterday making a total of 702 to date The pupjls of the public schools had two days holiday this weekThursday and Friday Harry Taylor and Henry Johnson of the Washington Fire Company went to Cincinnati Thursday night to buy furni ture for the opera house Thk Sunday Morning Call is the name of a new weekly soon to be issued in this city by Mr G W Oldham and Mr T J Riley It has the best wishes of the Bul letin The Republican not having a warranty deed to the city of Maysville we take the liberty of saying there are plenty of home made people here capable of attending to some of its affairs The Daily Bulletin is going to be a pe...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 November 1881

OHIO Snow throughout Ohio Thursday William Clark drowned at Sandusky Mrs Patrick Kelly was killed by cars At Lima Harriman beat OLeary in the Cleveland walk Urbapa dedicated a new opera house last night Pat Paskill deck hand drowned at Middleport 0 Jacob Ebberl prominent Oddfellow was killed by cars at Kansas Station ABERDEEN Coal sells at ten cents a bushel Miss Mollie Wilson spent thanksgiving as her home in Manchester Mrs Mary Farley will spend the winter with her parents Born to the wife of John Muchelknaus a fine boy Joseph Bennington left for the south Friday but will return soon When yon want holiday goods call at Marvin Bradfords Fine sknting for the first time Tuesday on Sibbalds pond Mayor Guthrie has returned from a visit of several days to the Queen City Miss Annie Reidle left Tuesday to visit the family of Professor T M Games at Vanceburg Dontfail to go to church to morrow night The services will be of unusual interest Cyrus Edgington who returned to Cin cinnati a short...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 November 1881

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN RKR WKKII SIX CENTS SlXtiiJLti NUMliUU OAK KNT Thanksgiving Sermon BY REV M D REYNOLDS M E CHURCH SOUTlll Unto Thee 0 Lord do we give thanks Ps lxx i I felicitate myself on this occasion that while the brettireii have voted me the task of the sermon never before have the materials for thanksgiving to od been more abundantly supplied nor more cuVarly preached in that which is redliz ing about us It was John Ruskin I be lieve who said that he was the greateai aftist whose creations are inspired not by the musty folios of the past but by tlu living realities of his own times Happy is the moral artist who can suc ceed in paintingin human consciousness indelible pictures 6ut of the wonderful ex pressions of God to man in these preg nant times There are croakers and then always will be men who had rather livt in the dust of the past than in the organ ized life of the present Men who will exhaust themselves in predictions of a direful future rather thm take the puns ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 November 1881

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN WON DAY ICVUNliW NOV 28 1881 IWIW1IM IHW ll It has Ion been our intention to issue a daily and one of the reasons that induced us to do it now was that we were unwil ling that the Republican should have an opportunity to traduce our civilization and Blander our people six times a week to our one opportuity of defending them Tub Yorktown demonstration cost the government 20f000 -- Terrific gules have swept the British coast during the last few davs Casiiikij Baldwin was a heavy contrib utor to the Indiana corruption fund which Sar Route Dorsey used to elect Garfield and Arthur with in 18S0 Tub Legislature met at noon to day The contest for the speakership is said to be between Owens of Scott and McElroy of Warren Thorn is i Ioore seems to bi leidtng his competitors for clerk of the II nse though Marcum of Lawrence and Ji lje Turner of Midison have a strong following Col Polk Johnson has no opposition for Assistant Clerk Tho race bottveen W V Prattler and N J Ha...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 November 1881

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING NOV 28 1881 Holiday Directory Tho following are dealers iu holiday goods Wo cordially recotntnond them to the patronage of our readers A M Honors boots shoes hats etc John Wheeler oysters game and good things generally F HTraxel tho confectioner MIvs Lou Fowling millinery etc What do you thlulr A i dormer la hero from Ohio You cutthroats and lynchers Tho Devil with plnchors Will surely get you whon you dloO Tuh river is still going down This Fleetwood passed up the river Sat urday for Pouieroy in placo of tho Po tomac No slaughtering was done at the pork house Saturday but tho workmen are busy killing and cutting up to day Rev F S Pollitt will begin a pro tracted meeting at Stone Church on Law rence Creek next Monday night Tub Potomac will bo calked repaired and made ready for business by next Wednesday when she will take her place in tho Pomeroy trade as usual VV k have at this office a terapin on the back of which is inscribed 1801 It was foun...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 November 1881

CONTINUED FROM FIKBT PAQK ioi it When there ip a caill out of our cxpe rience here for some better thing there is a genius somewhere ready to produce it Chance would present perfect inven tions before they were needed but the Sod directed inventor produces thein vention in time and need But we allude further to the morality of our day As to human condition this is the best day that ever dawned upon the VQrhl l At this point we find n difference of opjnion but the law of relativity will ac count for it Our point of observation will of course determine our horizon If elevated our view will be broad if low it will be narrow Aman in a swamp hasnt niucii inspiration in liirn but a man in a broad rich prairie will be filled with the inspiration of the scene We are apt too to pass a universal judgment from a particular observation If the cir cle in which we move is a bad one and growing worse we may conclude that the morality of the whole world is declining A little and obscure society in ...

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