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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 March 1883
'i DAILY EVENINO BULLETIN, FRIDAY KVK., MA ROM 23, 1S83. rossbr & McCarthy, PU1U.1HHEKS AND lMtOI'ltlKTOIlS. fey mXsf teUu " 'Taint de WnUcoat klbbcrs up de trues' hcnit, Nor do loudes' color ohroiuo tnllcH about do Hiiph' nrt. Taint de thoustin' dollnr harness makes do Btiddy wu'litn nag, Nor do flddlo playin darkey puts do cako meal in do bag." A stock company is organizing at Mt. Sterling to establish a race course and fair ground). So far as wo have been able to learn the fruit buds have not been injured in this neighborhood by the Into cold weather. - -i -- Among Mr. Louis Roser's improvements to his business house on Market street, will be a handsomely fitted billiard room in the second storv. Mnssus. Honan & Cm ft, boot and shoe dealers, havo dissolved partnership. The former will open a shoo store on Market street, and the latter will continue in business at the old stand. A lot of carpenters in front of Hunt & Doyle's store this morning busy taking measurements ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 March 1883
f?T Fancies. Charles Dudley Warnor says that a great wood Hro in a wide kitchen chimney, with all the pots boiling and bubbling, and u roasting spit turning in front ofit, makes a person as hungry as doos one of Scott's novels, 1 ut it is a Tory rare sight in this age of invisiblo iires. The old kitchen lire-place may bo found still in a few remo'o back regions, but it is moro pictures juo than convenient. Let us see how they cooked in those d ivs. There was a hot lire made of hemlock or other wood, a back-log as big as one man could lift, which was dumped into its pfivo after all the lire had been raked forward; a " second sniallor log on the top of that and a "forestick' on which the brands were piled. It was a work of art to got the brands into position with the bi1 iron tongs. Groat pu.Ts of smoke rushed out and eyes wept that were unused to tears, as they encountered it. Over this groat liro that was literally built, the crane of )e olden days swung, black and sooty, and pot-ho...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 March 1883
tOto i EVENING BULLETIN, frXLSfjCX V V A J J Xti " HEW TO jf HE LIKE, LET THE CHIPS PALL WHERE THEY MAY." VOLUME 2. MAYSVILLE, SATURDAY EYEMING, MARCH 24, 1883. NUMBER 105. Windhorst & Blum, FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TALORSrL Havojut recolved tbeir SpiliiyHioclc of Im Domestic I lie laleststyles. iorU!liml mid work the best, nu.iy G. A. MoOARTHEY has removed his Queenswaro store to the building on Sutton street, two doors below Second street. inyQdly JOHN OTHEE&ER'S DAILY MARKET. Receives every duy River, Lalco nnd Salt-"Water csSssi BiWfrwB'Pt,iPn Fricos XrOVl JbJJS1!9. SPRING mFlLINERY GOObS AVE Just received a handsome supply'of Millinery Goods lor the Spiiiu; irudo New styles of JBonnetSjIIats and JHecliweav "Plumes, Zephyrs, and in fact everj thing ol the latent styles, and beautilul to behold 1 ak the ladles to coll and examinemy stock and compare prices inlUd&wlm MISS LOU I'OWLINU. FARM FOB SALE. DESIRABLE farm of one hundred and A twenty-eight acres.wlth n residence, ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 March 1883
DAILY K) VhOTN ft BULLETIN, SATURDAY KVK., MARCH 24, 1883. tt35"Trcuis: Tim Kvkntng Rui.t.ktin Is published dnllv, Mini rved tree of postage at J(!nts per wvek ; 2.") cenis per month; 76 cents per three months ; Sl.r0 por six months, tintl C3 ner your, pavahleln ndvnncG. l,VKMA(i ltVlil.ICTBX h n daily circuliw ion of MX lEUKIKt?:i coplPM, ii fiifl to which the attention of advert In ciillcd. OUF2 following poisons nrutimiiuihoiifU 1 for the Daily nvu I.ETIN at tho places named. Contacts lor Mihscription or adveitlslng nuiy be mnde with them: W.Sult. Shannon Win. Clary. Minerva W. 11. Haw. Mt.Ol.ivkt Peter Mycin. .1. A Jackson. Fi UN Li'AF Hurry lUirgoyne. J. Kaekley & Co. Washington Mrs. Anna Thomas. tuummjLM litoiml Tnrc interiiiil revenue receipts for tho venr will iiinount to $1415,000,000. Mismanagkment always tcsults in crime, general demoralization of tho people and deadening of the public sense of light. The n.iMuans'gement of the Lnghsh rulers in Iiehmil ...,,i the .v.;...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 March 1883
DAILY EVENIN Q BULLETIN, SATURDAY EVUrTlAKOir 24, 1883. kosser & McCarthy, 1'OIIMSIIKKM AND PJiOIMtlKTORS. ?$&: On Monday uoxt, we're pleased to any, Tho Daily Hullfiin, A new departure's going to take, And it ingoing to win. Tho prleo the very satno will bo, And advertising low, And as regards tho current news, Yon bot, It wont be slow. Flkmingshuuo is moving to organize: it building association. Mn. W. II, Ovi:hi.kv's house near was destroyed by fire a few days ago. . OniKit important business changes may bo looked for in Maysvillo in the next two or three weeks. Mt. Stkkling proposes to give $20,000 aa an 'inducement toward, the establishment of the Episcopal High School there. Tins late Moses Dim mitt, of this county, at tho time of his death had a life policy for$2,000 in the New York Life Company. A check for that amount has been boon received by his widow. o AnuANOKMRSTs for tho right of way over the Mt. Cannel turnpike in Chester, for the street railway, wo are relia...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 March 1883
7T$rfEpq; J Wmpi; J" ! - ., n.tifiii.jy "WP -- THE WILD JIAN OF CAMAS. Killing1 of a Strange nnd Dreaded Creature in Idaho. Bellcvuo Sun. The celebrated wild man of the Cainim prairie whs killed recently by some parties traveling through the praiiie. "While the travelers were enmped in the foothills on the edjio .of the prnirie one of them, ntinied Micklehnney went a few hundred yards from camp to kill some ducks, taking with him a loaded with large shot. "When only a couple of hundred yards from camp the ' Wild Man of Camas" jumped up from his hiding place, and, after tunning a short distance, stopped and looked at Micklehnney through his large, clear eyes a moment, then, with a shriek that struck terror to the hunter, and caused him to shudder as the echo n sounded through the forest lhe man, with the ferocity of a savage beast of q jungle, made for so fiercely that in order to insure his own safely he emptied both barrels of the gun into him, when he fell, apparently dead. Mickle...