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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 11 January 1882

ktt R BAIL EWEMN MFLJLE BLDEGBASS KOUTE Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE R U2 7 TO CINCINNATI ONL Y LINE R UN NIX G PEEE PARLOR CARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table iu ellect Alarcli 81 1881 Leave Lexington 730 a m 215 p m Leave Maysville 51j a m 1J30 p tn Leave Paris XuO a m 3ik3 p in Leave Cynllilanu 8oo a in iiMU p m Leave Falmouth 1000 a m 4M u in Air Cincinnati 1145a in 030 p in Leave Lexington 435 p m Arrive Aiaysvillo 15 p in Free Parlor Car leave Lxlngon at215 p m Parlor Car leave Cincinnati al2lo p in JoTeonueetuTTTmmle lnciiu7inniiti lorall points North East and West Special rate to emigrants Asr the agent at the above named laces lor a time Colder of HIup Grass Route 6 omul trip tickets from Maysvlile and Lex Inn ton to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For rates on household goods and Western tickets address CHAS H HASLETT Genl Emigration Agt tovlnglon Ky JAMES C MINST Genl Pass and Hcket TI13iTAIUK Covington Fleiningslmrg ami Pound Gap BtAILHOAft Conne...

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. — 11 January 1882

DAILY EVENINa BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVENING JAN 11 1S82 wrtmrjn The whipping post bill bus been defeat ed in the Legislature It is reported that John 0 New is to be oHered the Russian Mission Gun Gkant has at last admitted that wrong was done Gen John Fitz Porter Ther is some talk at Washington of W E Chandler being made under the Secre tary of the Navy A physician at Washington has offered 1000 for Guiteaus body the money to go toward the payment of Guiteaus debts Tiik silver in the sub treasury at New York which is to be counted and trans furred to the new treasurer amounts to 20000000 and weighs eight hundred tons Rkpkksentative Speer of Georgia en cou raged by the aid the Government gave the Kepudiators in the Virginia election is seeking federal patronage to help his uidepent movement in Georgia Four bills apportioning the representa tion in Congress will be presented at the present session That of New York is on a basis of 307 members by Mr Calkins of Indiana 311 Mr Sherwin of Il...

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. — 11 January 1882

h I 4 1 w DAILY EVENING BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVENING JAN 11 1882 Tnn party representatives Who met the other day To uamo tho standardbearors To lend the coming fray With Judgment and Intelligence Solcctcd every man From humble closer of tho files To leader of tho van So everything that now remains For all of us to do Is put our shoulder to the wheol And help tho ticket through Mr J Flkmixo Poouk who has been studying law at Cincinnati recently passed a most satisfactory examination and was admitted to the bar of that city ltis pros pects are most encouraging - Sbvkntkkn shares of Maysville and Mt Cartnel turnpike stock belonging to the estate of the late Dr A K Marshall were disposed of at public sale recently by auc tioneer John L Grant to Thomas A Res pess for 40 50 a share Tin friends of tho Mason Co unity Guards will be informed through the col umns of the Daily Bullktix of all occur rences of interest at Ashland during the Btay of the troops at that place We have made arrangement...

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. — 11 January 1882

CONTINUED FROM FIItST PAGE believe do some of them we know to b excellent Wu have stated th above faits bccnust they are facts We believe we can save our readers a large amount of money an nually by placing jiood patent medicines before them And wo would have them understand that when we do- so we an not humbugging any moretluin their fam ily physician who visits them Jand we have thp evidence and the witnesses to prove it We are conscientious in this matter - - -- TlioSdiiSMiioiiK Of Hiuiinpr Little R ok G izelto Yesterday several gentlemen were speak ing of capital punishment when Mr J L MeNeely one of the most prosperous farmers iii Pulaski county remarked Gentlemen so fur as the punishment is concerned hanging does not amount to anything I was hung once until 1 was insensible and the feeling could scarcely be called pan The bystanders thought that he war joking Jam in earnest he rontinued in 1805 just at the close of the- war robbers came to my house in Beareh of my money As a p...

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. — 12 January 1882

DAILY PER WEEK SIX CENTS JBIJVUI KUJ11IE11 ONE CENT BLUEGRASS ROUTE Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE RG VI E TO CINCINNATI ON L Y LINE R UNN1S G FREE PARLOR CARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time tuble iu effect March 31 1881 Leave Lexlngtou 730 a m 215 p m Leave Mayavllle 545 a m 123U pm Leave Paris 8i0 a in Hu5 p in Leave Cyntlilunu 8o5 a in 3 hi p m Leave Falmouth H00 a m p in A rr Cincinnati 1115a mi G3up in leave Lexington p m Arrive Alaysville 815 p in Free Parlor Car leave Lexlnyon at 215 p m Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati nt2o p in Close connection inTuIe in Cl iTeTn miti To rail points North East and West Special rate to migrants Ask the agent at the above named ti time folder of Blue Grass Route fdncealbr lound trip tickets from Maysville and Lex ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For rates on household goods and Western tickets address CHAS II HAH LETT Genl Emigration Ayt Oovinytoii Ky JAMES CKRNST Geni Pass ondHcket Agt tiuk tarm viugton Flemiugsburg...

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. — 12 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN TL1UKSDAY EVENING JAN 12 1882 Two other women who werc Hijurcd in the SliatVesville 0 disaster have died Thbrk is a general feeling at Washing ton favorable to Gon Fitz John Porter Thbuk have been forty three new cases of small pox reported at Pittsburg since Saturday In the United States Senate a few days ago Mr Beck made an elaborate speech on the subject of the tariff Lord Co clothing dealers and W H Powell Co hatters of Cincinnati have failed and made assignments ItinDLEBfcuoKits debt bill has been in troduced in the Virginia Legislature The chances are all in favor of its passage Tiih Kentucky House has passed a bill lo strike from the statutes imprisonment for life for murder but it is thought the Senate will defeat it TnK appointment of a Court of Appeals which will declare readjustment constitu tional is one ofthe earliest acts expected of the Virginia Legislature TiriiRK were in the State 412028 white whool children between six and twenty years of ago...

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. — 12 January 1882

I DAILY EVENING BULLETIN THURSDAY EVJSNJNG JAN 12 1881 mmm mi immm n iiimiiim i w Otm rapid boys who spend Ihelr time In frolipulng imd sporting Will very likely havo a chance Thisweekj to do some counting And lot them hear this truth intaind As Judgment grows tho riper That he who figures in the danoo Must surely pay the pipor Freight to go by the Kentucky Central to the interior is now shipped by the Morn ing Mail to this city The new horse disease pink eye has broken out in this city Some of the stage and livery horses are afflicted with it o The town of Danville Ky has impro priated 200 for the vaccination of its citi zens Muypville might profitably do the same thirty -- Next Sunday evening at seven oclock Elder J B Briney will preach a sermon to young people Subject Getting Heady to get Married The railrord bridge over Licking river near Oynthiana has been washed away again It was carried away by the freshet in that stream yesterday At tho recent election at Vanceburg Joseph Sp...

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. — 12 January 1882

- - -Mr I 1 AQueen in Her Own Right What is prido TAilo is the posse sion which constantly urges us to ris tibove our fellow beings Prido is tht chief cause of the rise and fall of thrones Of feuds among families and friends of mrs of duels of discords which we would never witness were it not for the odious sentiment pride Pride of wealth and fame of beauty and accomplish ments of ancestry all these aro differ ent kindB of false pride Prido o wealth heads the list What is not done to obtain riches Even in this enlightened era many would sell their souls to the legendary fiend of mediceval times if possible to obtain more wealth than their neighbors Fame comes next What horrors are not passed through in order to become notorious in order to leave to posterity a name covered with glory to attain the eminent bights of power and domineer over nations Then comes pride of beauty which though seeming less powerful is stronger yet than all other kinds of pride com bined A beautiful womans 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. — 13 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN PKR WEEK SIX CJENTS JB3LtJEGatASS XOTJTJE Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE RO VI E TO CINCINNATI ONL Y LINE R UNNING FEEE PARLOR CARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table in effect Mnrcli 31 1881 Leave Lexington 730 a in Leave Maysviile 5 15 a m Leave Paris 80 a in Leave Cynthiana 865 a m Leave Falmoutli Ilij a in Air Cincinnati ll4o a in Leave Lexington p m Arrive Muyrfville 815 in Free Parlor Car leave Lexingon at Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati at rzescRiprrPke 11IAL OK 1882 215 p in 1230 p in 3t5 p in iMU p in liJ p in 630 p m 215 p m 2u p in Plose connection made hi Cincinnati lor all points North East and West Special rate to emigrants Ask the agent at the above named places for a time folder of Blue Grass Route Hound trip tickets from Maysviile and Lex ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For rates on household goods and Western tickets address CHAS H HASLETT Genl Emigration Agt Covington Ky JAMES C KKNST GenM Pass uul Ticket Agt TI...

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. — 13 January 1882

DAIIXEVENING BULLETIN FRIDAY KVENING JAN 13 1882 FRANKFORT T J Henry Nominal etl Clerk of the Appullulo Court Special to the Daiiy Bulletin FitANKlKOitT Ky Janunry 13 1882 Capt Thomas J Henry of Morgan coun ty was nominated on the thirteenth bal lot as the Democratic candidate for ClerK of the Court of Appeals Retrenchment anil Reform The American Register says Retrench ment in the public expenditures is at this time imperatively demanded by tho pub lic interests As the object of government is tho protection of the citizen in his rights of personal security personal liberty and private property the burdens imposed in its administration should be made as light upon the people as practicable Profligacy and extravagance in the public expendi tures may bring burdens upon tho people destructive of the primary purposes of government itself when so administered as to enable a few to live in extravagance luxury and voluptuousness at the expense of tho toiling millions That tho salaries and ...

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. — 13 January 1882

a i f i DAILY EVENING BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING JAN 13 1882 As nearer comes the loathsome scourgo And ore It bo too late Let every residontcr be Compelled to vaccinate Ho when the Reaper grim appears With sickle at his back Let us bo sure that ho will find No harvest In his tracld The following marriago licenses have been issued to colored persons since our last report Edward Mason to Rebecca Randolph George Rolls to Caroline Wheatloy James Joidou to Susan Parry jeohoi Fkqan who lives in Brown county Ohio several miles back of Aber deen on Thursday evening intentionally shot himself and inflicted severe wounds The rash act it is stated was caused by his disappointment at not getting the price he expected for his crop of tobacco We are pained to announce the death of Mrs Otho Adams at the residence of her husband in this city at four oclock yesterday afternoon after a long illness The remains will bo taken to morrow morning to Lebanon Ky for burial The afflicted family have the warm sy...

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. — 13 January 1882

Rev Wiinugdoutllu Maxtor Insulted The Rev Wliangdoodle Baxter an Aus tin colored clergyman wished to hint to Uncle Nace who is his near neighbor that a gift of a cord of fire wood would be very gratefully accepted Uncle Nace by the way does not like Wliangdoodle much Finally says Wliangdoodle insinuatingly Uncle Niue Ise gwine ter be powerful hard up for firewood dis winter Cant yer give mea load Uncle Nace looked all around as if he was afraid of being overheard and then he said Parson is rou werry pertickler whar de wood comes from Parson Whangdoodte supposed this to mean that Undo Nace was going to give him some stolen wood so he replied Uncle Nace as long as I gets de wood I dont keer much whar it comes from Den Parson you dont keer whose wood you burns up Hits all de same ter me Uncle Nace Well I am gwine said Nace War is ye gwine Ter lock up my wood shed College Edticnliou by state Taxation The onestion which we brim to tho at individual and his friends Besides taxa tion to su...

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. — 14 January 1882

cv a A T--T f 3EF PKK WKKK NIX fKNTN SIN4olfr KUMISttlt USD CKXT Leave Lexinyton 7lO n in Mnysvillo bAb n in Leave 1J iris H0 a in Leave Cyntliiiiim tf a in lionvuFulinouili iii0 n in Air Cincinnati Ilr liu in iLeuve Lfxiiumii 4- p in Aiiivc vlaysvilif Hi p in Free lJarlor Jar leave L on at Fvif Parlor ar leave Ci ciniiaii at t JSXUGltA 9 KOUTE Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE R VI E TO CINCINNATI ONL Y LINE R UXNIXU FREE PARLOR CARS BETWEEN LEXINGTCNAND CINCINNATI Time table in effect March 81 1881 21 p in IWM pm 8ii5 p in tltJ p in iiJ p m 0jo p m 215 p Jti 1 1 in in iMose eoiinectlmi made In Ilticlhnnti oral points NhUi Kast and West Special rate- t cirtrnniH Asa Mm agent at the above mimed ilucesfoi a time folder of Bine Grass Route touiul trip tickets from Muyville and Lex Inizton to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For rates on household goods and Western tickets addnss iH H II II AS LETT Genl Emigration Atrovinytoii Ky JAMKS i KUNST Genl Pass and 1 ieket Ayt riMIVIAHLK...

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. — 14 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN BY TELEGRAPH - SATURDAY EVENING JAN 14 1882 Thrrb is evidence among democratic members of the Ohio House of a general preference for Hancock to Pendleton for Presidential nomination in 1884 A kill has been introduced in the Ohio Senate to regulate freight and passenger charges on railroads in the State and to prevent discriminations and extortions At the Appellate Convention at Frank fort on tho first ballot Mason county cast three votes for Henry one for Hewitt two for Desha four for Poage and one for Kevill Gkn IJrownb of Indiana introduced a bill in the National House Thursday that will interest tradespeople generally It provides for the issue of fractional cur rency to the amount of ten millions in de rom inations of 5 10 25 and 50 cents ex changeable for gold silver and silver cer tificates bank notes or greenbacks in amounts of 100 or any multiple thereof When Commonwealths Attorney Cur ran notified Judge Cole that for satisfactory reasons he could not p...

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. — 14 January 1882

i V DAILY EVENING BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING JAN 14 1882 Attkwtion evor citizen An order haa boon sent That you will nil without delay Prepare to arms present Let all tho raon and women too And nil tho llttlo tadn Prompt oboy this order of Our honored City Pads TnK store af P B Powers Co at Au gusta was robbed on Thursday while the clerk was at supper The thief got the contonts of the money drawer only TnK extensive flour milte of W W Manker Co at West Liberty Ky were burned a few days ago The mills de stroyed were a flooring and planing mill saw mill four and grist mill which will entail a loss of not less than 25000 and will seriously effect a large part of the mountain country There was no insu rance The mills are to be rebuilt imme diately and an extensive furniture factory added There will be a mass temperance meet ing held at the Presbyterian church to morrow afternoon at fifteen minutes after threo oclock to which the public is most cordially invited The Rev A M Col lins the e...

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. — 14 January 1882

No Progress In Education -Iii picking up a bundle of school books the ptjier day and carelessly glancing through thorn we were etruolc with tho almost Pagan darkness that eeems to envelop education Journnl ism photography telegraphy and the electric arts everything in fact has mode the most -wonderful progres e during the past fifteen or twenty 3 ears education or tho study of tho is about the same old suecotash ic it always was 1 eo that there are still two grand divisions of the earth and they are composed of laud and water That was tho case twenty years ago Wo turn over a few pages and find the following questions li Where are the Mountains of the Moon Where are the Himalayas I Between what two bodies of water are the Philippinn Islands situated State where the river Dneiper rises what course it runs and into what bodj of water it empties Well it has been many years since we left the dear old school room and our teachers who were so kind and wo are positive that at that time we k...

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. — 16 January 1882

ft t t I f JJ AIL i FUR WEEK rflX CEBTTlS S1NUE MJMUjn ONE CENT BLUEGBASS ROUTE ordtrftiR It It contAlit flv eolertif plAttr 6WJ rfuffrarlnf i bout S00 nrfi and full deicrlptlom prlcei and direction rot rlnntlne 1500 vnrletlM of Vegetable and Flowr Seedi FUnU Fruit Trrei etc invaluable to ll Mithigan frown Medi will be found more rrllnhle for jiUntlnR In the Sv than thou errtwn Ip a nam rrclltnile1 We matfcll1tjrof upplyu PlantriTriirVmn and Marki t Rarrtncri Addrti D M FEERY CO Detroit Hid BUSINESS GHANGE HAVING KOld to Mr M a R 8SELL a orie half interest in my Rtock of Groceries Liquors Seed fec the business will be carried n in the iqture in the name or RICHARDSON CO - 1 desire all persons knowing thembelves to aj mnvijiuu ip inc winpr oy accnunv or nqio to ftrt Hhko Payxhefrt nt tlir earnest wiill pay out pn my account or receive any ironey duti ibe ang25 ti A RICHXRB8b mwm r tMty - SOIIESS DRAIiKlt Ji GUNS PISTOZiflt i OtlfcAYRHi GriWs Lddks UtiiDrelias KdVs ah hi parnsois fc5d...

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. — 16 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING JAN 16 1882 Who Tav the Tuxes The IitUsburg Post says These millions of HurpluR in the treasury are the results of excessive taxation and as all taxes are paid by the consumers they represent a drain on the earnings of the farmer the mechanic- and the laborer The great capitalist and corporations do not contrib ute in proportion to their surplus wealth butmorely on what they consume Thus Vaudcrbilt owns fifty millons of United States four per cents on which he has a yearly income of about two million dollars or about four hundred thousand dollars a week and yet he contributes no more to lh national treasury than a man whose early wages do not amount to what Van derbilts non taxable government bonds earn for him every six hours Yanderbilt iporely pays on what he eats and wears and the draymen or the day laborer does the same An income tax wonld have remedied this and compelled the millionaire to pay in proportion to this accumulated wealth that t...

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. — 16 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN - MONDAYS VENING JAN 16188iT WnoKVEit wants a help mato true Intelligent and pretty To get tho best ho hlos unto Our Seven Acre City And off they go to othor fields Because our boys dud drat em Havdntgot tho noeded pluck To mako a passage at em Tnw hotel business 1ms been dull for several days past - It isruniinghnnl at Pittsburg and a big riyer is predieted Pakis now gets Big Sandy coal at nine teon cents a bushel W W Ball last week sold his farm near Orangeburg to Q R for 2400 The case of the Commonwealth against Thomas P Anderson m in progress in the circuit court to day Skvkiul lurgo rafls of logs have arrived here tor W B Matthews Co and the Kentucky Planing Mill W V Baldwin Co received sixty mules by the K C II R Thursday from the interior of the State Tit k drifters are reaping a rich har vest at this place just now Many good logs staves etc have been caught Tub wot weather has molded the tobacco in some parts of the state Ve have how ever heard of very...

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. — 16 January 1882

USEFUL HIXTS A mece of zino placed on the 11 vo coals in a hot stoye will effectually clean out a Btqye pipe the vapors produced carrying off soot by chemical decompo sition AF Eastern physician states that in families that roast tlieir own coffee diph Jtheria cannot get a foothold aBtlopnn gont aroma of the roasting cotfeo ef fectually destroys the gorms of the diflJ case Violet Ink Stains Torcmove with out trouble the stains of vojet Jnjc caused bythe upaettingof a bpitle of Shot fluid upon any garment lay it im qlnoiately In dear cold water and rub ojijb the ink m far as it will cqnie Qui ihen lay tt out on the grass whenjt ytill isappeat Lay calico goods out with the wrong icU to the sun To m machinery rpm rusting Tako one hml ounce of camphor j Qfa olye in on pound of melted jard take off the ioum And mix in as much fine black lead will give it an iron color Clean tho machinery and smear with the mixture After twenty four hours Tub clean vith a soft linen cloth It wil keep ftlt...

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