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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 5 January 1882

i DAILY EVENING BULLETIN PER WKKK SIX CENTS MViK MJ Illicit ONE CENT BLUEGRASS ROUTE Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE JiO UTE TO CINCINNATI ONL Y LINE R UN NIX G FREE PARLOR CARS J3ETWEN LEXINGTON AMD CINCINNATI Time table in etfect March 81 1881 Leave Lexington Leave Muysvillo Leave P iris Leave Cynthiiina Leave Kalmuuth Arr Cincinnati Leave Lexiimion Arrive Alaysville 7i0 a in 513 a in 80 a in 8o a in ldiU a in II lo a in p in nio in i r 21 o p in l20 pm iio p in HIJ p in i iij p in i8up m Free Parlor Car leave Lxing on at 215 p in Free Parlor Tar leave M einiatl mJiO p in i i I - tI L Close connection made in Cincinnati lor all points North teust ami West Speulal rate to emmanis Ask the agent at the above mimed places for n time folder of Blue Grass Route Round trip tickets from Maysviile and Lex ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For rates on household goods and Western tickets address CH AS II H AriLETT Genl Emigration Asit Covington Ky JAMKS C MtNST Genl Pass an...

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. — 5 January 1882

DAILY EVENINGBDLLETIN THURSDAY EVENING JAN 5 1832 A committi ik of prominent Hebrews is collecting information concerning the per secution of Jews in Russia and Polnnd SenatquBeck will oppose the tariff Commission Bill and will spunk against it i nmediately on the reassembling of Con gress Thk Legislature assembled on the Ord Thk Iiatrict of Columbia forjbo yup r rt of wbieb tho whole eountrv is taxed public For the fiscal year ending June IOth 1881 the of viu i uu i 1 1 n uailiiuiuii tn on iiviuuiii ui d by V chairman the District of Columbia and thoroughly acquainted with the business of the Dis trict to the mixed up and tangled system cf laws in operation there which offer f asy facilities for improper application of the public money Ho recommends the enactment of a municipal code which will embody laws concerning taxation police building regulations and such matters as concern cities of the size and importance ot Washington The enactment of good Jaws ho thinks will effectually s...

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. — 5 January 1882

1 DAILY EVENING- BULLETIN THURSDAY EVENING JAN 5 1S82 Oun muoti respected brother quill Whom color troubles so Will doubtless now set up a howl About tho huo of snow And from the lawn of -winter time He 11 deem it Just and rjghl To mako amendment striking out Discriminating white Democratic Precinct Meeting Pursuant to a call issued by the Demo cratic Executive Committee of Mason county the Democracy of Maysville pre cinct No 1 will meet at the Court House on Saturday January 7th 1882 at two oclock p in for the purpose of selecting ten delegates to represent said precinct in a county convention that meets in the Court House in this city JanuaryOth 1882 for tho purpose of nominating candi dates to be voted for to fill tho various county oflices at the ensuing August elec tion A full attendance of the Democracy is desired Joritf W Alexander Chm Maysville precinct No I ii The river is falling Circuit Court begins next week The snow is six inches deep to day Go to the Building Associati...

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. — 5 January 1882

A young iiiju with a glass eye was engaged to bo married lmt lie did not like to inform liis betrothed of his ocu lar defect A welc previous to the day named for the wedding lie confided in his future father-in-law who to his sur prise received the in forma tio si in a highly jinuscd insiii r Ill make it all right for you mv boy you imitate me exactly in aiilhhig I do after sup per to night and see how Maria that was the ladys name will take it Accordingly as soon as the evening meal was concluded the father looked at the young man and b gan to sing Oh do yon know the glivF eje mnn 9 ho man iho gla8 eyo man Oh do you linow the g ns cj e man Who ic down our way 7 And as he concluded the last line ho took out his left eye and placed it on a plate in front of him The young man was very much astonished to find his Marias father a unfortunate as himself while at the same time it gave him cour age to reply Oh yo s I know the g1aK oye man i ho livcH down our way and to deposit his cryrtal ...

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. — 6 January 1882

inr hH If Bwwwra i3jrJrjiiGrijijw kotjxis Centunky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE 110 VTE TO CINCINNATI oyj r like ji uxmx g FREE PARLOE CARS JIETWEIlN LEXINGTCNAKD CINCINNATI it TJmo table lit elTect March 31 1881 Leave Lexington 70 a in 131 p in Leave Maysville 5Ji it in 1l0 pin Leave Puis S U it in 3 ii p in Leave Cyiit hiii na 8 m a in ii p in Leave Cnlmoulh iHM n in p in Air Cincinnati Irja in b3up in Leave Lxiiuton i i p ni Arnve Maysville sir p in lYee i trior Car ietve I on af2ln p m Free Pai litnr leave Ii ciiitau atvii p in CIo e coiiiiociiin in ulc in Cincinnati lor ill points Noith Ka t mill Wt Kppeial rule- l err mania Ask t heiient lie nhovp it places lor si tirnp lollcroi lllmfiiiis Monte M KouimI trip tieUeis from Mavile and Lex inulnn In Cinciniiiii m1 I at reduced rates Cor rates on household oimIs aiui Western ticicplvjnlilnss Ill H II HAMJOIT Jlu1 Kiniyratinn Am hvIiiuKhi Ivy i A1KS C hNST Uenl Pas iiiuli Ic ket Aiit TEwa rAsisK Conneottmr with Trains otrlC C 15 ...

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. — 6 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN FKIDAY EVENING JAN C 18S2 Deiiincmtic rrecfncl flleeriitfr Pursuant to a call issued bv the Demo ratio Executive Committee of Mason county the Democracy of Maysville pre cinct No 1 will meet at tlie Court House on Saturday January 7th 1882 at two oclock p m for the purpose of selecting tsn delegates to represent said precinct in county convention that meets in the Court House in this city January Oth 1882 for the purpose of nominating candi dates to be voted for to fill tho various county offices at the ensuing August elec tion A full attendance of the Democracy U desired John W Alexander Chm Maysville precinct No I The Democracy of Maysville precinct No 2 are notified to assemble on Satur day afternoon at two oclock p m at the warehouse of Dr II C Morgan next door to Daultons livery stable for the purpose of selecting delegates to the county con vention to be held at the courthouse on Monday January Oth to select candidates for county offices A full attendanc...

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. — 6 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING JAN G 1882 When Heflin gets upon their track Thdyvre sure to find full soon Thoyvo got to erawl from out their holes LllceDuvy Crockets coon For hunting down those men of crlmo Ho has n lucky way Thut makes the world acknowledge him The Vldocq of the day - Ovixa to an accident to the Scotia the Katie Stockdale did not leave on her regu lar trip Thursday but laid over until next Monday to take the Scotias day Arrival of the A diland Prisoners at villc Capt A 0 llespess with a detachment of the Maaon County Guards who left here yesterday morning for Catlettsburg in obedience to orders from the Governor arrived here last night at ten oclock by the steamer Mountain Boy having in cus tody Neal Craft and Ellis the men arrest ed on the charge of having committed the recent horrible murder at Ashland Ky Yesterday morning at Catlettsburg a mob numbering probably two thousand per sons collected for the avowed purpose of lynching the prisoners but the sher...

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. — 6 January 1882

A Wn telieil laipii From the Washington Past If ia noticeable tlint IVIr 11 B ilnyrs known to sorc of tho citizens ofthis Ko public by sljrht and to most all by reputn tion declined to contribute totlio tarfiekl Monument fund as well its to that for the benefit of Mrs Jurfield and her children He has been for the last few years in pus session of divers sums of money some of which belonged to him and other did not From an uncle he inherited a con siderable amount of the wherewithal to pay debts variously estimated at from seventy five thousand to ten times that amount and no one can forget that he drew from the United States Treasury generally monthly in advance in defiance of law from March 4 1S77 to March 4 2SS1 two hundred thousand dollars to not a cent of which had he the slightest claim in the world Yet this individual utterly insig nificant except as connected with the greatest fraud of the century pleads pov erty as an excuse for not contributimr to cither of the objects which...

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. — 7 January 1882

M I I A I JPKIl WEEK fIX CENTS- SINULE MLIIBKIt ONE CENT f M I waV yev 1 fIVlf WtKS MIHMHMIWHMiMH BLUEGBAS8 DEfcOTJTE Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE RO VTE TO CINCINNATI ONL Y LINE R UNN1NG FREE PARLOR CARS BETWEEN AH Pa - A J7f W fiHLWF GtGOEMh - iithtti mm r m rtoscRipp iu saw MWklLa OH 1882 flia U III j mlltd pns tn itll applicant and to eutomr without ordering It It contntii five colored platei 600 enpTTlnci bout J00 papei and full deicrlptlnni price and direction hi plnntlnc 100 vorletlri of Vegetable and Flower Seedi Ilanta Fruit Treei etc jnvaluaWe to all Wtligan prown tlt will be found wore reliable for planting In the Smith than thou rrownlnawarnercllmnU We makeaipeclallyof uiplylatf IlaoUN TrncVnen ami Market Gnnlner Aditreii D M FERRY CO Detroit Mlcj m II N RM ITU T K COURT STEET - MAYSVILLE KY as usd In the extraction of teeth dl 7 EVENING Liberal discount where adver tisers use both the daily and weekly For rates apply to rosser McCarthy Publishers JOB WORK Of ...

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. — 7 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BDLLETIN SATUBDAY EVENING JAN 7 1881 P I II II - Bravk Bkau of Sitting Bulls Band has been convicted of murder and must hang Thk committee on appropriations is having its work unusually Well prepared for consideration Govkicnor Murray is being interviewed in Washington Ho declares unrelenting war against Cannon Thk Kentucky Sonato has passed a bill exempting the furniture and other prop erty of Benovolent Societies from execu tion attachment distress for rent at fee bill GuiTKAir is very much dejected and has at last become apprehensive that the gal lows is waiting for him His brother is of like opinion and refuses to encourage him in any other belief - Tins American Register points out as a tariff absurdity the following The duty on steel rails now in such demand for the railroads of this country furnishes a capi lal answer to the cormorants who are howling for protection to American in dustry The tariff imposes a duty of 28 per tpn upon steel rails manufactured in Eu...

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. — 7 January 1882

s DAILY EVENING BULLETIN ot SATURDAY EVENING JAN 7 1882 The Jewels la our casket placed To bo preserved with care Bhoulcl when wore asked to glvo them up Uo found uninjured thoro 6 let us settle down to this A nd take it that we must In this affair from first to last 13 e equal to the trust Tiik river is falling Coal sells at 12 cents a bushel delivered Tiik capital of the lately incorporated Ripley Packet Company is 35000 m MAnaiTAii Heflin was on the track of the Ashland murderers just fifty hours be fore he arrested them Mr James Siiackleford has bought an interest in the planing mill business of Messrs Collins Rudy Co The East Mtiysvillo Band was out this afternoon and made very good music con sidering iho time it has been practicing Matrimonial business for the past week has been rather dull The county cleric has issued but one license since January 1st 1882 A f J nVtnrniKr 1 1 mm The Adams Distilling Company whose establishment is just below this city is making sixteen barrels...

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. — 7 January 1882

V USEFUL HINTS To remove oil colors Ynrnif h and rea ms from white or colored linens cottons or woolens use rectified oil of turpen tine alcohol lye and their soap On Bilks use benzine ether and mild soap yery cautiously Ham a pound of borax will drive the cockroaches out of the house A largo handful of it put in ten gallons of water saves 10 per cent of soap It is an ex cellent dentifrice and the best thing for cleaning the scalp To remove ink stains from printed books procure a cents worth of oxalic acid which dissolve in a Mnall quantity of warm water then slightly wet the etain with it hen it will disappear leaving the leaf uninjured Paste for Paper To ten parts by weight of gum arabic add three parts of migar in order to prevent the gum from cracking then add water until the de sired consistency is obtained If a very strong paste is required add a quantity of flour equal in weight to the gum without boiling the mixture The paste improves in strength when it be gins to ferment T...

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. — 9 January 1882

1KR WfeEK SIX CENTS S1NULE KUAlilUK ONE CENT JBJLUESGMtASS ROUTE Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE RO VTE TO CINCINNATI ONL Y LINE R UNN1N G FEEE PARLOR CAES BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table iu effect March 31 1881 Leave Lexington 730 a m Leave Maysville 645 a m Leave Paris 8v0 a m Leave Cynthiana 8o5 a m Leave Falmouth lUuU a in Arr Cincinnati 1145a in Leave Lexington 48o p m Arrive Maysville 815 p m Free Parlor Car leave Lexington at Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati at BsasESRfiSS iTT wc5 3Ei umj ir EC STOH 1882 215 p m 1230 p in 3u5 p m 34Up in 440 p m 630 p in 215 p m 2o p in Close connection made lu Cincinnati lor all pojnts North East and West Special rates to entrants Aslt the agent at the above named laces tor a time folder of Blue Grass Route E ound trip tickets from Maysvlile and Lex ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For rates on household goods and Western lickets address CH AS H H ASLEiT Geul Emigration At Covington Ky JAMES C KRNBT Genl Pass an...

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. — 9 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN MONDAY EVENiNBjAM 94882 I J l IJurbrMgonjid HI nek burn The HonMrTblnckburn of the Lexing ton District very indignantly refused to indorse for appointment to a federal oflieo one Dr Owsley of Shelby county because he was recommended by Gen- S B Bur--bridge He said he would favor no ap pjmjuit for office who came under the recommendation of such a man as his district was dotted all over with the graves of men whom Gen Burbridge HqcJ ruth lessly murdered Tins coming to the ears of Burbrilge he very indiscreetly rushes intp prjijU to defend himself of the charge antf denies that any man was ordered to be shpt by him except after trial and con riction by a court martial and that what he did in Kentucky was untfer the orders of Gen Sherman We rather suspect Mint by this time Gen Burbridge begins to feel that silence would have been belter for him than bringing up nguin the history of bis military career in iventucky before the public bo many thousands of people in ...

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. — 9 January 1882

JHZ imjiii r -mm -- i MPPAX ffYBjWPt JftftE NcmvdoriU yoaahlnk thCompany Wasjusta little off Whon for the public ujoJtBave That neat and ornte trotigh T Now lslt right that thirsty maa Who longs for1 Adamsog V QhwUlsUcJc hlstaoso Into thotraugh Justllkoafcorseor dog The river ip rising fast Tiik ball by the Neptune Firo Company has been indefinitely postponed The cold wave rnnojVAqed bythc Signal Bureau strupH UtisjueigUbprhpod Sunday night UtyE jail was gvarded as usual by the military Juflj night Nothing of interest occurred TnaiBoar of Health of Portsmouth in vjeWio the expected appearance there of emaU ppx haye ordered a pest house to be built Tijk cheap department at Messrs George Cox Sorts dry goods store is now open to the public and is already attracting crowds of buyers A company has been incorporated at Portsmouth whose purpose it is to manu facture wagons Suitable buildings are to be putup immediately Circuit court begins to morrow There are one hundred and six criminal c...

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. — 9 January 1882

fppMMMMha i J AWAtiENtf COUNTIES f FLYING COUNTY Recently at EliiaVille in a difficulty W Jtorwoowaa eeVercly cut by a man named WiUMUiiB of Swing Station The wound exfended across his breast but is not con sidered very dangerous TnoBv Dale brother Mrs THoh Hopper o FlBtriimr8burg was found dead in bed at the ABnhind House at Lexington He blew out the the gass The examining trail of Jesso Barbour for killing Wm Crump resulted in a disagree ment of the magistrates and Barbour was discharged BKACKKN COUNTY The 0 S E R R has received an other raft of raft of ties J H Fowler and family of Augusta have removed to Texas Mr John B Fee of Augusta and Miss Huttie Taylor of Covington were married at that place last week Resin Woods son of Willis Woods of Augusta fell on the ice and broko his thigh bone One hundred and fifty one pupils are enrolled iri the public schools at Augusta Col C B Child C P Huntingtons engineer of the Lexington Big Sandy R lilroad has paid L P Knuecller and T S Bradfo...

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. — 10 January 1882

TCtfPif H SlMJiE MLUlllOlt ONE CENT n J3JLtJ3SGKASS KOTJXE Keittunky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE RO UTE TO k i CI1MCI1MNATI ONL Y LINE R UNN1N G FREE PARLOR CARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table in effect March 31 1881 Leave Lexington 7tf0 a m Leave Maysville 545 a m Leave Paris 8u0 a m Leave Cyiithlumi 8o5 am Leave Falmouth iooU a in Air Cincinnati lllou m Leave Lexington 4Ho p m Arrive Maysville 813 p in Free 1arlor Lar leave Lcxlng on at Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati aU 215 p rn 1230 p in 3t5 p m 340 p tn 440 p in tWu p in 215 p m 2o p in i lose connection made in Cincinnati lor all points North East and West Special rate to emigrants Ask the agent at the above named laces for a time folder of Blue Grass Route ohnd trip tlckeis from Maysville and Lex ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For rates on household goods and Western tickets address CH AS II H ASLETT GenU Emigration As Coviuutou Ky JAMES C KHNST Genl Pass a ndllcket Agt TIIIE TAKIiK Covfhgton Fldi...

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. — 10 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING JAN 10 1882 College Eriucntlou by State Taxation Shall the whole people be taxed fortho IeneGt of the few This is the real ques tion of public interest involved in the Collego controversy now being waged at Frankfort The issue is one of great impor tance and should bo well understood by the people The Agricultural and Mechani cal College at Lexington was founded upon a donation of public lands from the gent ral government underanactof Congress pro viding for the establishment of such In stitutions in the various States The sale of these lands in Kentucky amounted to 1 05000 which has been permanently invested at 0 per cent thus yield inu the uurn of almost 10000 per annum for the Hiipporto the college Tho friends of the Institution at Lexington induced the last Legislature to levy a special tax on the property of all our people securing an annual income of 17000 in addition to the above 10000 for the support of their college This special tax 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. — 10 January 1882

I DAILY EVENING BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING JAN 10 1882 Ih for the rainy days to come You would provision mnko Just flguro up how many sharos You cau afford to take And then repair without delay Whoever you may bo To talk with brother Russell Concerning Sorlea Three Tite river continues to rise Circuit Court is in session to day Mesbrs Richardson Co have a large fiupply of pure White Burley tobacco seed which they offer for sale The absolute purity of this seed is guaranteed BnuRiFFTohn J Kouns of Ashland ar rived hero thin morning for the purpose of removing Craft Neal aud Ellis to that place for trial They vill leave to night by the- Fleetwood guarded by the troops i Articles of incorporation of the Adams Distillery Company were filed Monday in the county clerks office The members of said corporation consist of James Levy Frank M Williams and Otho Adams Mr George Out jr has removed his furniture store to the Burgess Block on Becond street where he proposes to keep a good stock of fur...

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. — 10 January 1882

Fixing tlioYonr Detroit Free Press In oiiq of the Justices courts the othei day in a suit for malicious trespass in en tcrihjr upon land and removing n fenct one 6f the witnesses was asked Did you help build that fence I did What year was it Well lets sec It was the same year my brother-in-law had his loir broke in a wrestling match it Dearborn What year was that Lets soe 1 It was just six months after wo found the Duggun boy drowned in Sabins well That was -that was in eighteen hundred and and Cant you remember Why yes I ought to Lets see That same summer that we took the Duggan boy out of the well Tylers second girl started to run away with a tin peddler and we caught them just the other side of Dearborn I squared ofF on the peddler and knocked him eighteen feet into the bushes But what year was it that you built the fence Why the same yar that all this hap pened or maybe a year before or after If I could only talk with my old woman u minute I could get it exact How Why I was Buil...

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