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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 23 December 1881

fc iu I h 4 DAILY EVENING BULLETIN FEB WEEK SIX CENTS SINGLE NU9IISER ONE CENT F L TRAYSER PIANO MANUFACTURER Front St 1 doors west of Hill Honse Grand Upright and Square Pianos also the best make of Organs at lowest manufacturers prloes Tunelng and Repairing nl7 HEW TO THE LINE LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY fflAYSVILLE FRIDAY EVENING DECEMBER 23 1881 CHR1STWIAS AND NEW YEfiR PRESENTS 4 AT H G SMOOTS Toilet dressinp cases hnml m 1 no rs jewel cnses handkerchief and glove hoxe fancy plush card cases portemonules writing desks numorrieres shopping bags card receivers photo albums autograph albums silk and linen handkerchiefs silk cashmere mufflers dressing combs lace fichues and collars papeteries wall pockets ink stands embroideied tidies and other articles too numerous to mention Call and examine No charge dw 2w Respectfully H G SMOOT ESTABLISHED 1865 EQUITY GROCERY UFA nfilifi QTFrnn for Choice FnmJHesSupplies Try our 1 tea the best in M ELMtJUtJMn rTu the city Special induceme...

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. — 23 December 1881

PT A Inr R TD XT T GS T1 TP R DAILY EYENING BULLETIN FKID AY EVENING DEO 23 1881 CoNGitESs has adjourned tohieetf aairi January 5th Tub Court of Appeals has taken a recess until January 2nd An act to erase the word white from the jury laws has passed the Kentucky Legislature 4 4 Official reports from Kansas show the farming interests of the striteVobe in first class condition The first bill signed by President Ar thur was the one granting Mrs Garfield the franking privilege The Virginia House of Delegates has passed a bill removing the political disa bilities of all persons incurred under the dueling laws The annual report of the Mississippi River Commission has been laid before the Senate The estimated cbst of imme diate improvements is 33000000 Col Logan McKee a Kentucky Stal wart with a 306 record has been to Vashirigfon to interview the President on the subject of appointments for his friends His visit brought about no practical re sults although he was graciously received It is...

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. — 23 December 1881

HAS IXIIINCAiS TRIX DAILY EVENING BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING DEO 231881 It came not down as gontlo dew Nor yet n perfect flood A most unpleasant medium Well term a rolgn of mud Dr Black is at Augusta having return ed tvdm Ins Eastern trip i The Bulletin advertisers are all enjoy ing a good holidsty tratie J B Hamilton of Bracken county has been granted a patent for a tobaccofly or terminator MI it There has been no change in the price of coal It still sells at twelve cents a bushel delivered M On- the 21st inst at Augusta Miss Mamie Valleritine1 was married to Mr Huhter of tins idunty Prof Clifton has organized a class in Phonetic writing in the High School to begin after the1 holidays Before buying christmas presents read our advertisements which will assist you in selecting the handsomest and cheapest Saturday next week will bo the fifty third Saturday of this year There are fiTty three Saturdaysin a year every ninth year Ten thousand holiday gifts at your own prices at R Alberts Chi...

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 December 1881

Wf V ABERDEEN HEMS H S True Caso Bradford and G L Marvin spent Sunday in Ripley Our band now numbers fifteen members They have much improved in their music The Masons should keep in mind next Tuesday evening It takes just thirty five minutes for the Gretna Green to make her last trip a right sharp little time for people to wait on the Kentucky side James Baiiey a former resident of this place died at Cincinnati and was buried there on the 19th The young folks of this city will organ ize a skating club after the holidays The school children will receive a treat from their teachers to day The postofliee has been removed to Dr Gutneries office The trade mark of the Aberdeen band is a fever blister It is copyrighted Spriggy sports a moustach since he joined the band Tom Hall has returned from Louis ville where he went with boat load of iron ADJACENT COUNTIES Items From Onr Exchanges nnJ Oilier Source NICHOLAS COUNTY Tobacco sold at 1750 a hundred pounds Dr J F Fleming refused 103 an acr...

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 December 1881

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN SINGLE NUMiiEu m cent HEW TO THE LINE LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY MAYSVILLE SATUDAlr EYENIMG DECEMBER 24 1881 Vol 1 No 29 CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR PRESENTS AT H Ck SMOOTS Toilet dressing capes hand mirrors Jewel coses handkerchief and glove boxes fancy plush cord cases portetnonales writing desks aumonleres shopping bugs card receivers photo albums autogranh albums silk and linen handkerchiefs silk cashmere muillers dressing combs laco llchues and collars pnpeterles wall pockets ink stands emuroiueieu iiuies other articles too numerous to mention Call and examine No charge dw 2w Kespectluny IIMHIlWBMlMin and II G SMOOT ESTABLISHED 3LSeS EQUITY GROCERY i M F A nifl9 A fl TT ffc for Choice FamlllcsISupplieb Try our 61 tea the best in Hr MS lilts UN i r MS thecltv Special inducements to cash buyers Highest tilmrUASW jrn IB I faiU cash price paid for fancy butter fresh eggsfat poultry c Your patronage is respectfully solicited did 1m G W GEISEL No 9 Second str...

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 December 1881

f r a in k r phister DAILY EVENING BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING DEO 24 1881 It is said on good authority that Secre tary Hunt is to remain at the head of the Navy Department Neither the New Postmaster General nor the Attorney General will assume the duties of oflice until after the holidays In- noting the fact that Mr John R McLean has become sole owner of the Cincinnati Enquirer the Washington Post says it is rumored tiiat he will make it a Democratic paper Thrkk negres have been drawn on tho grand jury of the Montgomery circuit court for tho present term One of the local papers says they will probably nsk to bo excused from the service - m Gov Pouteu of Indiana is said to have his eye on the republican nomination for president as a man who carried Indiana and saved tho day in the great contest of 1880 It has generally been supposed that Star Route Dorsey is the man who sayed Indiana At least President Arthur says so A KfiPuuLioAN newspaper remarks that there ere indications that a ra...

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 December 1881

tt v CS ST TVT A Q rn R T SIT DAILY EVENING BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING DEO 24 1881 In every land tho wide earth oor Islo continent and Isthmus rS Tho Christian world will celebrate Our good old fashioned Christmas And may we rise with thankful hearts To greet to morrows sun And may as Tiny Tim observed Uod bless us every one The river is still rising at headwaters and it is still raining there Another coal ran may expected o The Amazon Fire Company will Rive a supper and ball at their hall in East Maysville on Monday tho 2Gth inst It will be a most pleasant occasion If you are looking for delicacies for the holiday season go and see John Wheeler at the sign of the big flag Market street ITe can supply you with anything you want Mr M F Marsh of Maysville precinct No 2 is a candidate for the office of J ustice of the Feace He is well qualified for the place and would serve most acceptably if elected Cards have been issued announcing the wedding at Pittsburg on the 28th inst of Miss Mol...

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 December 1881

AOKOSS THK RIVER KIPLBY H N Wiles sold two thousand pounds of candy last week Miss Eva Reynolds daughter of Mr James Reynolds formerly of this city will he united m marriage to Mr Albert Welch near Knoxville Iowa on December 29 1881 The trial of Geo Wilson charged with shooting at Scott Shaw with intent to kill came up in the Common Pleas Court last week The jury found a verdict of guilty aud the Judge sentenced Wilson to three years in the Penitentiary i Mr R T Prine who for many years has served so faithfully and so well as Teller and Book keeper of the First National Bank of this city has been compelled to retire on account of his failing health Mr Mr G W Early has been appointed to take his place Capt Wm Kirker of the steamer Po tomac has purchased the ferry right and Maggie May of Capt Shrofe paving for the same the sum of 2000 Capt Pes Ellison will take charge of the boat and will run a first class ferry The Maggie May has been taken to Levanna and will be repaired and painted...

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. — 27 December 1881

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN HEW TO THE LINE LET THE CHIPS PALL WHERE THEY MAY EgllSFSSJfiFgSgbBKT MAYSVILLE TUESDAY EVENING DECEMBER 27 1881 Vol 1 No 30 CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR PRESENTS AT- H G SMOOTS Toilet dressing chfcs hand mirrors jewel cases handkerchief and glove boxer fancy plush card cases portemonaies writing desks aumorrleres shopping bogs caTd receivers photo albums autograph albums silk and Uneu handkerchlfcfs silk cashmere mufflers dressing combs lace fichu es and collars pnpeteries wall pockets ink stands embroidered tidies and other articles too numerous to mention Call and examine No charge dw 2w Respecttully HG8M00T ESTABLISHED 1365 EQUITY GROCERY JTif f15if iOTTfOOforCnoJce FnmlllesISuppHes Try our 1 ten the best in rSr dig Si Si 3 Aim i a MiS thecitv Special inducements to cash buyers Highest a B kmifLS4Kfi Ml t g cash price paid for fancy butter fresh eggs fat poultry c Your patronage is respectfully solicited dlti lin iMaiawMaaiMMMHiuBniiiHa Mmni G W GEISEL No 9 Seco...

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. — 27 December 1881

Jta JwJ malAaa mwm mMmwm n I iiVleg mJEm bJL inliiii mJLm frwMn hi Iim mJLmU i 1 DAILY EVENING BULLETIN TCKSDAYEVENINGDEC 27 1881 Tuk whole number of hogs killed in Cincinnnti from November 1 1881 to date is 273914 ngainst 383093 for the same period last year LMTOK JeGDuvis did keep some of the iKoney that was leftover when the South ern Confederacy collapsed who had a better right to it Thk burden of the testimony thus far is tat ex President Davis did not appropri ate to his own use any of the money be longing to the Confederate Government at the close of the war The Kentucky Court of Appeals has de cded that under the law of self defense tiu inqury is not as to what the danger actually was but as to what the danger appeared to be to the accused Tin- fact the East has control of the most important congressional committees while the Speaker is a Western man leads the Covington Commonwealth to mirk that it is probably the result of a bargain Tnu members of congress from the west ern...

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. — 27 December 1881

ti ZEdL A fcS 2Z JVL xl S JL Jri X 2 DAILY EVENING BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING DEO 27 1881 Not conteut with stockings full They tried to nil thoir bodies By pouring down thoir thirsty throats An awful sight of toddles And now poor souls with burning throat And sndly aching head They wish they hadnt looked upon The wine when It was red And It to them will profit naught Though sore by conscience goaded To put the plea they did nt know John Alcohol was loaded J H Hall Co shipped about one thousand plows to Louisiana on Monday The Cabin creek omnibus upset on Wall street on Monday Nobody was hurt Thk pupils of Rev M D Reynolds Sun day school class on Christmas day present ed him with a handsome chair Hord Dixon Ross are feeding two hundred and fifty head of cattle and a number of hogs at the two cattle pens be low this citv The annual election of officers of the Building Association to serve the ensuing year will be held at the council climber next Saturday evening Grant Hill a negro boy l...

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. — 27 December 1881

AUHOSS THE IUYER MANCIIETER Prank Peyton has been very siek for several days Mrs Ellen Bradford is visiting relatives near Maysville Mack Hineslias received 791 48 arrears of pension Geo Burt had his hand cut seriously at Biggerss nursery James Campton died suddenly near Cedar Mills Four moonshiners have been lodged 5n the Vanceburg jail MissLutie Brawner died of consumption at West Union Wm Hamer son of James Hamer once a citizen of Benton ville died recently in Powhaton county Va He was thrown out of a wagon and had his neck broken A Child Actress J raining Hew York Tribune Dec 8 The child actress Corinne was exam ined vesterday before Justice Donohue in the Court Chambers in the proceedings bgun by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children to remove her from the custody of her foster mother Jennie Flaherty She testified that she had not been photographed in tights nor without clothes on her breast and arms though her photograph had been taken when she was dressed as a...

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 December 1881

s DAILY Toilet dYeiSfiini a EVENING h g smooth cases hand mirrors Jewel cntfeH linpdkerqhief and glovo boxer fancy lusli card cases porternonales writing desKs aumorrieres shopping Dogs card recovers photo albums autograph albums silk and linen handkerchief silk cashmere muillcrs dressing combs lace flchues and collars papeterles wttll pockets ink stands embroldeied tidiesand other articles too numerous to mention Cnll and examine No charge dw 2w Respecttully H G SMOOT ESTABLISHED 1865 EQUITY GHOCERY ltrmHtfSiSiSmh fFTl O for Choice FamiliesISnpplies Try our 1 tea the best in Hf MB Si Si S ASM S rrfiTI the city Special inducements to cash buyers Highest MImJlS4mi a mi ss casn price pjtij for fuucy hutter fresli eggs fat poultry Ac Your patronage is respectfully solicited die lm G W GEISEL No 0 Second street HO WORTHS DOUBLE SHOW GRAND HIBERNICA DUBLIN DA1T COMPANY AND McGILLS MIRROR OP IRELAND FRIDAY and S ATURDAY and Matinee Saturdayafternoon Dec 30th and 31st Admission SO cts Rese...

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 December 1881

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVENING DEC 28 1881 Kentucky is the eighth state in popula tion in the United States Tin Reagan bill on inter State com merce will reappear in the house The cost of taking care of small pox patients at Iron ton amounted to over 13 000 The old navy ring is pushing for the front under the lead of ex Secretary Robe son M SiitixGHii of Illinois will shortly introduce a bill in Congress establishing postal telegraphy The interest on the public debt has been lecreased about 1S00000 since the first of January 1880 Gkn Mahoxk says Virginia raises too many statesmen and too little grain If Mahone is a sample of the statesmen Ma hone is right The rhiladelphia Record Ind says of Brewster the Attorney General that like Caleb Cushing he is a man of largo abili ties and small conscience The conviction and sentence of eleven persons in England for bribery at elec tions again reminds us that this is not the only country where politics are corrupt Secretary Folgkr di...

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 December 1881

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVENING DEO 28 1881 TitEUE is a mighty conqueror With grim death at his back Whoso onward march across the land Leaves havoc in his track But let us keep our Pickett out And all the Corps Lancet Who mpy by force of vacclned arms him yet Squire Beasley marriod five couples one day this week before dinner Col AV VV Baldwin shipped three car loads jf mules hist week to York Pa Mr J R Sousley who recently bought a lot on Seconcl street in East Maysville from Mr David HechinRer for 850 has prepared the plans for a handsome resi dence and will begin work upon it imme diately He will occupy it himself The Strodes Run Turnpike was com pleted on Friday and received by the County Court and the balance of the coun ty subscription was ordered to be paid It is four miles in length and the amount subscribed by the county was 6000 The work has been well done Sales of Land The following changes in the ownership ii land have been recorded at the office of the Clerk o...

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 December 1881

fl AKOUNl THE CIRCUIT GAS POINT A Browning W E Monoh6n E Monohon and Dr Monohon have bought and will set a new saw iriill at this place soon This is a paying enterprise and wo wish itsuccess Our cannon Under the management of your correspondent thundered its loud est last Saturday night Died on December 21 1881 Mr Wm Jett jr aged about eighty three Elder North cott will preach at McICeri dries chapel next Saturday night and Sun day night Mr we dont know his name will lecture on Temperance at Pleasant View on the night of the 25th proxmo Uncle Toar STONE LICK A happy new year to all ye readers of the Bulletin Miss Lizzie Wikoff has returned Mrs Key is on the sick list We can boast of our mud roads if noth ing else - Our oldest citizens declare they never saw a better prospect for wheat than at the present time The matrimonial fever is raging to an alarming extent in this vicinity and is likely to prove an epidemic Married at Aberdeen Ohio December 22th Ella Eeese and Mr John Mitchell...

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. — 29 December 1881

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN HEW TO THE LINE LET THE CHIPS PALL WHERE THEY MAY PKIl WEEK SIX CENTS S1NCJLE NUMIiER ONE CENT MAYBVILLE and Limestone nd High Grade Patent Process Flour Middlings BhlpsturtH and Bran on hand at all times - II iff It cm t price pat for Wheat JulyS ly M AYSYILLE ThURSDAY EVENING DECEMBER 29 1881 Yol 1 No 32 CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR PRESENTS AT- H G SHOOTS Toilet dressing wipes hand mirrorH Jewel cases handkerchief and glove boxer fancy pi upIi card cases portem onales writing desks aumorrleres shopping bugs card receiveis photo albums autograph albums silk and linen handkerchiefs silk cashmere mufflers dressing combs lace flchues and collars papeteries wall pockets ink stands embroidered tidies and other articles too numerous to mention Coll and examine No charge cktwiw Respectlully PL GSMOOT ESTABLISHED 1865 EQUITY GROCERY M tf JH ff ftSI fk n mFtTmn O for Choice FamiliosISupplies Try our 1 tea the best in Fir MB Si 91 MH I rlS thecltv Special inducements to cos...

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. — 29 December 1881

DAILY EVENIN6 BULLETIN THURSDAY EVENING DEC 29 18S1 Tnii Stnto of Georgia has in successful operation fifty five cotton mills and others are preparing to start A number of these mills are the largest and most expensive to be found in the South and they are all payintr large profits to their owners In jSorth Carolina there are fifty three cotton mills in operation and six others are in progress and nearly completed In the latter State there are also four or five large woolen mills which have paid large divi dends ever since their establishment The Southern manufacturers are now ting successfully with the oldest and best factories of the Northern States Says the New York Sun There is a disturbance about the manner in which Speaker Keifer has made up the commit tees of the House of Representatives Personal meanness appears to be one of the motives governing him in the selection and partisan meanness another Ho eaves oflf conspicuous Republicans be cause they do not suit him and he leav...

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. — 29 December 1881

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN THURSDAY EVENING DEO 29 1881 Now use the virus of thekLne That we may with Impunity Boldly aco the threatened soourgo Although a cowed community The river is at a fine boating stage and is still rising Coal is passing down every day Maysville is now well supplied with coal It sells at 12 cents a bushel deliv ered anywhere in the city ijklr and Mrs J M Weddlo of Mays lick a couple married at Aberdeen yes terday evening were the guests of the Central Hotel until this morning T Eif Kentucky Contral bridge over Licking river near Cynthiana lately swept away by a freshet in that stream has been replaced and trains are now running again as usual Mr Bruck Redden one of the most popular citizens of Lewis county is prom inently mentioned as the Democratic can didate for County Clerk The ofiice could not fall into better hands W L SniDLER who lives at the head of Salt Lick in Lewis county raised the past season 14000 pounds of tobacco which he sold for fourteen cents a ...

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. — 29 December 1881

USEFUL HINTS A solution of oynnide of potassium is the best of poison to kill insecta of any kind Hanging Basket Bore tbreo holes through any pretty shell you chance to have and put in three red cords to hang it up by Pill it with wet sand and ar range 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 now 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 ho uses with perfect success for all the water his fa...

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