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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 19 December 1882

A fc wr t I A 3i t w nj DAILY EVENING BULLETIN tuesday evening dec 19 1882 bosses McCarthy PU11L1SIIKU9 AND PKOIRIKTOJIS TO OUR AGENTS We send to day an increased num ber of the Evening Bulletins to our agents at Mt Olivet Sardis Mays lick Washington Pern Leaf Ger mantown Minerva and other places in the county which they will please see are properly distributed The Bulletin contains the Holiday ad vertisements of the leading mer chants of Maysville and will be a good guide for our readers in the county who expect to do their buy ing in this city When you go round on Market street And Egnews you drop in Youll see nil kinds of hollow ware And mighty stacks of tin HosgotR lotof thlngamabobs - To roast and fry and bake And stoves of every shape and style That simply take the cake The Bonanza passed down last night All thejSteatners plying on the upper 01io fiave temporarily laid up until the icb in the river runs out y The Morning Mail -failed to make her regular trip to this city on Mo...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 19 December 1882

WIT AND -WISDOM The time wasted by men In feolfns n the vronj pocket would make the next Jnrchoration rich if they had it A groat many people x this com munity would like to lind out ust how in tch money it would take to spoil thehi We Jlo not spoak for ourselves but or our poor relations Ar Y Ucr aid A traveler stopping at a village inn during a t mnder storm said to a by 3nnder Why you ha e verv heavy thunder here1 Yes1 replied the man we do considering the miml crof inhabitants The Philadelpha News argues that if a man had the stro iirth of an insect in proportion to Krs51zfhQ could jump higher than if mountuinTIt is quite siblc as molmtans AVo not very high jinn er N Ui Picayune Scene in Court Now Mr Blank you say that on that day at noon you saw a woman ride past your house at a furious pace and ou have given us a l6tailed do cription of her costume Please fell us Vhat WW theTcOlOt Of the Jvouse 1 do not remember n AVell waSthewoniUn white ot lilackP11 I diil not notice she wen...

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 December 1882

lV 7 N c vj T r i II sr t w rl4 VOLUME 2 VVWV CHRISTMAS CARDS In airalmost endless variety consisting of Embroidered Hand Painted Satin faced and Silk Fringed Cards of every Suitable design These Goods are not to be Seen in my Show Windows fl A CALL SOLICITED POLITE ATTENTION FRANK B PHISTER KRIS KRINGLE 070 YS f f OF EVERY DESCRIPTION IN ENDLESS VARIETY AT F H TRAXELS CHEAPER THAN ANY PLACE IN THE CITY -Call and see our Immense Stock of- DOLLS AND TOY Onr CONFECTIONERY DEPARTMENT is tilled with all the delicacies of the season FIGS EAISINS GKAPES ORANGES BANANAS NUTS Plain and Fancy CANDIES CAKES of all De scriptions -All Goods Guaranteed to be- FIRST CLASS OYSTERS IN CANS OR BULK HOLT RICHESON STAPLE AND FANCY GROCER PURE CANDIES and TEAS A SPECIALTY Headquarters for ZETOLIID GOODS l9My FREE DELIVEEY WAGON Buns DAY and NIGHTt A call is respectfully solicited d6d6t No 10 Second Btreet four doors above Fostofllce How to Lcnrn Fannin It is impossible to learn farming in a few easy le...

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 December 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN tured tobacco also restrict thosalo of leaf j This was done not so much to protect the WEDNESDAY EYE DEOJ20 1K82 manufacturer but to force the consump BTEHM8 Tlltf h VKNING BULLETIN Is lisheil dally nml heiVed iree ol postage at 0 cc cents per week 25 cunts per mouth 7o cents per three months J 150 per 8lx months and S3 per year payable tn advance JKS T1IK EVENING HLTLIjBTIK HAH A LAHGKU CIHUUIjATION IK THIS CITY nHTCttlMfr AVIt AllRHTlMKN OHIO THAN agents for the Daily Bulletin at the placesnamed Gontracts for subscription or advertising may bo made with them GekmahtownT J Knckley ACo Washington Mrs Anna Thomas Mayslick J a JockKon Mr Olivkt Peter Myers fcAKDIH P WSult Fkun Leaf Hurry uurgoyne MIneuva W llHawes Shankgn Win Clary The taxable property at Lexington is put down at 5000000 m The Army Bill reported to the House this week appropriates 3000000 less than the estimates Paknell estimates that 3000000 of arrears of rents would be wiped out by the Arrears...

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 December 1882

t w HSI poison 7 TvMfy J v M v DAILY EVENING BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE DEO 20 1882 ii ii ii- i ROSSER MoOARTHY PUllLISHKKS AND PKOPKIKTOIIS TO OUR READERS In buying Holiday goods our readers will please bear in mind the enterprising firms who invite their favors through the oolumns of the Bulletin Their stocks have been provided especially for the -season and wo are able to sayfrom per sonal knowledge that they are very cpmploto and low in price At Goorge Ort store youre sure to see Things suited to your mind Inbedroomaeta or dlnlns chairs Of every shape and kind Hejgot thQflnest folding chairs And something else that raaybo Ybutll bnro to have about the house To rock that blossed baby The First M E Church at Paris was partly burned on Sunday The loss is about 1500 t Homer Olsen who shot his teach or at Paris several weeks ago has been released on 400bail Aij tho large boats were expected toro y tnnytpitheirrespective trades to day the ice having largely disappeared s v i Bay your cand...

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 December 1882

FOREIGN WOSSIP With a population of 250000 Romo has 7500 priests In London then aro 3G Charles street 20 William streets 18 Queen streets 17 Duke streets 28 King streets and 17 Edward streets London gamins have discovered a new mode of amusement They attach fire crackers to the legs of pigeons and ignite them as they let the birds go The doctors lately assembled in Congress at Geneva denied the claim of Edinburgh to be the healthiest of the large cities of Europe and awarded the distinction to Geneva where the annual death rate is only 17 per 1000 ono less than that of the Scotch capital A man was put upon trial recently at Berlin on a charge of counterfeit ing and being convictedvappealed to tho court for a lenient sentence on tho ground that ho had only been in the business for three months and that owing to his inexpertness every bogus thaler he had made had cost him at least two thalord worth of labor and material On the facade of ono of the princi pal hotels in Vichy France is ...

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 December 1882

Id VOLUME 2 5Q STYLES OF PICTURE FRAMES fiQ In Pear Plush Velvet Wood Satin and Combination Goods PLUSH ODOR CASES M 1 In an almont endless variety consisting of Embroidered Hand Painted Satin faced and Silk Fringed Cards of every Suitable design i These Goods are not to be Seen in my Show Windows- A CALL SOLICITED POLITE ATTENTION FRANK R PHISTER it KRIS KRINGLE f OF EVERY DESCRIPTION IN ENDLESS VARIETY AT F H TRAXELS CHEAPER THAN ANY PLACE IN THE CITY DOLLS -Call and see our Immense Stock of- ANDTOY Our CONFECTIONERY DEPARTMENT ia filled with all the delicacies of the season FIGS RAISINS GRAPES ORANGES BANANAS NUTS Plain and Fancy CANDIES CAKES of all De scriptions -All Goods Guaranteed to he- FIRST CLASS OYSTERS IN CANS OR BULK HOLT RICHESON STAPLE AND FANCY GROCER PJJBE CANDIES and TEAS A SPECIALTY Headquarters for- ZZLOILKJDJIZ GOODS A Hy FBEE DELIVERY WAGON Buns DAY and NIGHT - A call is respectfully solicited d6d6t No 19 Second Street four doors above Postofflcc Preserves We ...

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 December 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN THURSDAY EVL DEC 21 1882 TnE workhouse at Lexington contains twenty four inmates Kentucky has paid to the general gov ernment since 1863 as taxes 137000000 The supreme court will adjourn to day untilJanuary 3 for the customary holiday ieces3 C P Huntington will take possession of the Kentucky Central Railroad Jan uary 1st m A bill has been olFered in Congress to abolish the internal revenue tax on beer and fermented liquors The exports of breadstuffs during No vember amounted to 15300494 against 130258S0 in November last year Judge J HopPkios died at Louisville on the 19th inst The Courier Journal speaks of him as a righteous judge and a christian gentleman The New York Sun predicts that the Edison electric light in that city is going to be a failure It is said to be too costly to come into general use The whisky bill is meeting with un expected opposition in the Senate It will probably not come up again until the civil service bill is disposed of The court of...

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 December 1882

i i J DAILY EVENING BULLETIN THURSDAY EVEf DEO 21 1882 - i bosser McCarthy 4 pilM8HEK AND FROPWKTOUS TO OLD SANTA CLAUS We tho little ones of Maysville respectfully represent that we lave seen many of the articles named by tho holiday advprtisors in ihQ Build tin and as we are pleased with them we respectfully ask you to make your selections from their stocks fly so doing you will greatly gratify THE LITTLE FOLKS 3o Alls arks and Jumplng Jacks And dolls of every hue Painted thou keys on a stick ncrdrms and fiddles too The wooden hogl exactly liko Our own protected squealer Can all be had If you will go And call on Johnny Wheeler Get yourstocking ready The Bonanza and Katie Stockdule passed up last night Cassiday Young have sold their gro ierybuHiness to JohntW Watson x Jiib Cincinnati Concert company -will rgiyo ankQntertainment at the bfTera House on the 29th inst MsaoiiT cold Jwintenis now predicted announced sorao time ago It is reported that two young ladies at Xexington are pre...

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 December 1882

California Marriages In all crises the expense of the mar riage should be borne by the brides family who are tactly understood to be getting the best of the bargain In cases where the brido had been twice divorced previously or is a little off color so to speak a quiet marriage by a Justice of the Peace is best His regular prce by law is two dollars but if the bride isa regular cistomer ho should knock off twenty five or fifty cents according to circumstances In casp the bride occupies a pretty good position and her friends are ox- fected to come down handsomely the ettors P P1 meaning policeman present should bo appended to the invitation This will insure safety for the napkin rings and sots of spons though a relative of the family should always be detailed to watch the police man The Van Ness avenue custom is for the brides father toplnce some Govern ment bond or a check for 10000 among the presents it beinp a point of honor with the groom to let it alone after the ceremony until ...

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 December 1882

i Jl S M iRMYT MMLM C VOLUME 2 JTJBiDltvwi r iv 2j y L If P K s Li IF 4- -1 C1 I- I i DAILY 1 1 i kfc -- FRANK R PHISTER Is now In receipt qt an elegant assortment o floods embracing FAMILY BIBLES ALPHABET BLOCKS fit CARD GAMES BUILDING BLOCKS WRITING DESKS CHESS and CHECKERS SICK SATIN and PLUSH PAPETERIES r uw -- - J In Pearl Plush Velvet Wood Satin and Combination Goods HI L -V mm JT k PH k At aWIALBUMSllWUlU The Jaigest assortment of flue GIFT BOOKS over shown In Maysvilie w r gfjSTYLES OF PICTURE FRAMES gj3 Vi PLUSH ODOR CASES y JI In an almost endless variety consisting of Embroidered Hand Fainted Satin faced and Silk Fringed Cards of every Snliable design- -- M - jnpww b8 wan FBiNK H PHISTER tvttld ntilnuLc fc 4 W - TOXS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION IN ENDLESS VARIETY AT j I I o F H TRAXELS CHEAPER THAN ANY PLACE IN THE CITY jc WW sef jgur Ijflnjseko CTWl H 1 met mmmsimsiimrm tiTt Miy f h I AU JA M yr IflXTiPS t ffiirjii miwrvifTFiFirFM iPgM fWBWro JCHB LJ SB MFW t - r Our CONFECTION...

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 December 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING DEO 22 1832 HSTEKM8 Tile KVhNlSO HULLETIN is 1 lulled daily iuiU served lite ol postage at 0 cents or week cenls per month 0 cents i there the government purchase the hotel as a measure of economy The state commissioner of agriculture in his forthcoming report will give an es timate of the corn and wheat crops of Kentucky showing that there have been produced 60000000 bushels of corn and 17000000 bushels of wheat The pension roll contains 376784 names The total amount disbursed up to the present time under the act of payment of arrears is 97891506 98 The estimate for future payments of arrears under ex isting laws is put at 204795000 - v The oldest man on the pension rolls is Simpson Harris of Putmau county Ind He is 105 years old and served in the war of 1812 with the Ninth Carolina vol unteers Representative Mason of In diana has prepared a bill which he will present in the house increasing his pen sion allowance from S8 to 50 a month Why shou...

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 December 1882

T L 1 DAILY EVENING BULLETIN j FRIDAY EVENING DEO 22 1882 rosser McCarthy VDULISItKRfl AND VliniRIKTORfl VrjZ jB U NOTICE Eoadtho now holiday advertise ments printed to day and informa tion will bo obtainod that will ena ble our readers to solve the perplex ing question whore to get the most desirable and the cheapest holiday goods in the city A stocking hung from the mantel piece Twas decidedly poor and holey But bad os it was It belonged to a man An editor meek and lowly It hung all night till the light of morn Came dancing through tlio sashes But alas foi the hose and alas for the man HTwas filled to the top with ashes Ashes of many n hope deferred And dust of procrastination Ashes of benefits conlerred And ashes of desolation Woe to the man with the shattered sock Oh darn it all tis shocking 1 And woe to the fellow who filled it up Alas for tho editors stocking Eggs are verv scarce Heavy fog this morning JH Hall Co are shipping plows to day Col Jake Corbett private secretary to ...

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 December 1882

Farm Yard Mnnnrc Farm yard manure is a goneral ma nure it is also termed a complete ma nure because it supplies all the essential elements of plant food Its composition varies according to the character of the animals contributing to it the quality of their food and the nature and the pro portion of the litter Its value alode E ends upon the method in which it has een prepared arhuyard manure consists of -the liquid and solid excrements of the farm stock and the straw sawdust or other material employed as litter It will contain from Go to 80 percent of water The nitron may be 040 to 0G5 per cent or hjgher if produced by highly fed anima3 The ash constituents will be 25 to tfO per cent exclusive of the sand and earth present Of these ash constituents 04 to 07 will bo potash and 02 to 04 phosphoric acid In a word one ton of farm yard manure will supply according to conditions already specified from nine to fifteon pounds of nitrogen a similar amount of potash and from four to nine pou...

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

V I iV MnmBHonMBMnnnn VOLUME 2 M f - ii r - - Jtr vri - - v KRIS CC I HdV DAILY ils t L t V f I Xiii All Goods Guaranteed to be FIBST CI A 4 EVENING 1 t KRINuLE i T ito o r H n VA I -firm n r Km V la t r I - i i irHHIBHHHi l9 im m l i 1 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION IN ENDLESS VARIETY AT F BflBBi HHdkfl p H9i RUBfl IBHGB fluBHB 4dBBBfl VCHBHHI IVH V taSR7CCffiSQ299SZZSSgS23 BxvwaaBESxa CHEAPER THAN ANY PLACE IN THE GiTY -Call nud fcee our Immense Stock of- 1 rvfc inilTlrTK S Hrrrk Off- reaaoxEBaBESSiHffiEnRsaRai OurCONFECTIONERY DEPARTWEKT ffc tilled with all the delicacies of the season FIGS BI SINS rXXrTTi iTt QBNGES BANANAS NUTS G1KE of all De- 55Mtt0 tW -V IUXXUU1UUO SS Qyfffljj3l If CANS OR BULK HOLf RICHESON Tf L A1J1 fANCY CTtOCER Ji - PURE 04NDIES and TJAS A SPECIALTY -Headquarters for O iE9SS3LaS9S My PBEE DELIVERY WAGON Buna DAY and NIQHT Wi A call Is respectfully solicited aTfolCtf ifo 10 feecond Street fbur doors above Posfotece At cost Our stock of ladles and childrens shoes is ...

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

t DAILY EVENING BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING DEO 23 1882 AurTEKMSt Tllt KVKNiNG JJU1LK11N is pub llstied CO De per year imynbUln advance It would seem as though the Dublin police were liable to arrest almost any bodv for tliQ Phoenix Park murder A case of genuine leprosy has developed in the alms house at Salem Massachu setts The patient was brought there from California much lived one if vigor and rigor if Garfield had tor to the famous ditpenser of soap I especially congratulate you on your mas terful management ot the campaign and the thoroughness with which you have watched all the details and Incidents of the light Let Me counsel you now to take some much need ed rest and saw yourself for the final struggle toon to come on Weshall need all our powers during the last two weeks of the content but Just now go to bnd and sleep two or three dwys and when youaresuitlclently retted come here and make a visit or better still como hero and sleep Come here and sleep And yet there are people...

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 December 1882

i V J y 1 J DAILY EVENING BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING DEO 23 1882 A rosser McCarthy FU1ILISIIKK8 AND PltOPKIKTORS TO OUR READERS Tho Bulletin makes its best bow and returns thanks for the liberal favors extended to it during tho week just past It hopes its advertis ers have reaped rich rewards and that its readers generally have been benefited To one and all it wishes a merry Christmas Jl God bless the llttlo stocking On tho wall to morrow night Hung In tho choicest corners In the glow of crimson light The tluy scarlet stockings With a hole in the heel and too Worn by the wonderful Journeys The darlings have to go Practice writing it 1883 Dealers in holiday good are as busy as Tsees to day The Knights of honor of Maysville num ber seventy two m Mrs David Green an old resident of thisneighborhood died yesterday morn ing m H B Northcott the great turkey de stroyer has killed between 4000 aud 5000 of these fowls this season Mr J F Calvert who has been ab sent for several years on a cruis...

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

V5 6 filArf fc T t 1 f V f T XL V v iwi J tjHtr Mklffl yrr ODYmft0USTEBf W mv v - If H - JIoiv Buffalo Bills Monso Colored Mulo Blstaijeed a Kentucky Thoroughbred i Buffalo Bill tells n new story about his first rice with Ouster In 1857 he he says I was post guide and scout at Fort Hays Knnaas Befpre that time I hod met tien Ouster when hb wns station ed old Fort Fletcher but I was not well nequninjed with him One evening early iix 7 Juno ho came into Hays with only a Hght escort and was on a forced march to is sixty five miles from the former place At that time there were of course no railroad connections When the general expressed a wish for some guide to accompany him the commanding officer detailelnif ancl orders were given to start nt daylight the following morning At thattimGroy0tlong diBtance horde was a big n6use colored mule and as I had heard whatalightning traveler Custer was I knew that only my best runner would do to keep ahead of the Whirl wind as the Indians called hi...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 26 December 1882

u 1 4i i? . EVENING BULLETIN. rrrfs " HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY." VOLUME 2. MAYSVILLE. TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 26, 1882. NUMBER 29. THE TALK OF THE TOWN apl21yd THE BARGAINS NOW BEING OFFERED AT- CHEAT HOLIDAY SALE. Men's Hemsti'.ched Linen Handkerchiefs, 50c, worth 75c Men's Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs, 15c., worth 25c 100 Silk Handkerchiefs 35c each, worth 60c 200 Brocaded Silk Handkerchiefs 50 and 75c worth $1, and $1.25 150 Silk MUFFLERS 75c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. Children's Handkerchiefs 5o. each; Ladies' Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs 6, 8, 10 and 15c. Ladies' Hemstitched Embroidered Handkerchiefs 15c. worth 25c. LARGE LOTS OF LADIES' LACE FICHUS Suitable for Holiday Presents at loss than cost. 6r0 White Shirte at6065o and75c. eaoh 200 Bovs Cap at20and25o each. 1,001 pairs Hose at 5 and iUc. a pair. 1,000 pairs Ladles' hose at 8, 10, 12, 15, 20, 25 and 35c. LADIES' JACKETS, CLOAKS and SHAWLS at fifty per cent; less than cost to ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 26 December 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, didate -for congress strict. TUESDAY EVENING, DEO. 26, 1882. srTEUM3; The Kvknino Bullktin Is pub llshed dally, nnd served nee of postage at 0 cents per weelc; 45 cents per month ; 7o cents per three mouth ; $1.50 per six mouthstandJ3 per year, payable in advance. 8-THE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A LAHGEK CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO, THAN ANY 0 iHER PAPER PUBLISHED IN M Our Agents The following-persons nre the authorized agents for the Daily Bulletin at the places named. Contracts for subscription or! advertising inhy be made with them : GehmantoWN T. J. Kackloy fcCo. Washington Mrs, Anna Thomas, A. Jaclison. MTi W.Sult, Fekn Leaf Hurry Burgoyne, Minerva W. H. Ha'ps., Shion Wm. Clary. 7 Several cases of small-pox are reported in Campbell county. i , i . m The tariff bill will be-considered by early in January. Bear Admiral J. F. Schenck, died at Dayton, 0., last week aged seventy-five" years. It is said to be mpre than probable that Secar R...

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