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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 February 1882

vMA44 m mo v awfi, y"" - -HLF- IPJW TR T 4(1) - tti t EVENING IP d U LLlij 1 1 JM f (114 &r & rrTfjy "HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY." VOLUME 1, MAYSVILLE, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24, 1882. NUMBER 81. JULYB THE i : , Published every afternoon and delivered in this city, the suburbs and Aberdeen by our carriers, at 6 CENTS a week. It is welcomed in the households of men of both political parties, for the reason that it is more of a newspaper than a political journal, Its wide circulation therefore makes it a valuable vehicle for business announcements, which we respectfully invite to our columns. Advertising Rates Low. Liberal discount where advertisers use both the daily and weekly. For rates apply to kosser & McCarthy, Publishers, JOB WORK f all kinds neatly, promptly and cheaply done at' the office of Bulletin , : fj BLUEGRASS ROUTE. Kentucky Central R. R THE MOW DESIRABLE KG VIE TO CINCINNATI. OKI. Y LIKE II uxxixu FREE PARLOR CARS. 11 JUT WE EN L...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 February 1882

MILY EVENING BULLETIN, FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. 24, 1882. . The Legislature is getting nlong very slowly with its work, and all the really important legislation is yet to be passed upon the apportionment, penitentiary, railroads, levenue laws and appropriations for the charitable institutions. The session will probably last until the middle of April. Thk regular annual reunion of the Mexican War Veterans was held at Lexington on the 22nd inst., with an attendance of about one hundred. A committee was appointed to memorialize congress for a pension to all soldiers of that war. An aldress was delivered by Col. .T. 0. Crad-dock, Gen. ft. S. Fry and others. Thk Government is making some little headway in the Star Route caes and appears to be pushing the prosecution in good faith. In addition to the contractors who have been indicted for conspiracy, a number of other persons who made false affidavits when they became bondsmen for some of the route agents, have been indicted also. At all even...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. 24, 1882. The C, & M wo counted dead, Is now alive and kicking, And for the campaign coming on, Has sot its triggers clicking. The aid it asks is moderate, And please remember, sonny, We'vo got to skin around a bit, And whoop It, up the money. The river -rose about three inches last night and is still coming up though slowly. A smokk house filled with meat belonging to Thomas Bayless, of the Slack neighborhood, burned Monday night.N Tiik select masquerade ball by the East End Cornet and Reed Band will take place to-night at Amazon Hall. The arrangements have been well made and the outlook is that it will be a most pleasant affair. An invitation to be present is acknowledge by the Bulletin. A max who gave his name as Adam Smith and his residence as Iligginsport, Ohio, was arrested by marshal Ed. Fitzgerald, this morning, on the charge of having endeavored to pass a twenty dollar counterfeit bill at the establishments of Ilccliinger Bro...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 February 1882

Siclmess a Disgrace. All bodily ailments are more or less appeals for help ; nor can we doubt in what that help should consist. The more fully wo understand the nature of any disease, the more clearly we see that the discovery of the cause moans the discovery oi the cure. Many sicknesses are caused by poisons, foisted upon tho system under tho name of tonic beverages or remedial drugs ; the only euro is to eschew tho poison. Others, by habits more or less at variance with the health Jaws of nature. To cure such we have to reform our habits. There is nothing accidental, and rarely anything inevitable, about a disease ; we can safely assume that nine out of ten complaints have been cuused and can bo curedpby the sufforers (or their nurses) themselves. "God made man upright." Every prostrating malady is a deviation from the state of nature. The infant, "mewling and puking in its nurse's arms," is an abnormal phenomenon. Infancy should be a period of exceptional health ; the young of ot...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 25 February 1882

rr w m I ViXM4 K 1 ? EVENING ULLETIN. etd' . Ttttt HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY. YGLUS3S 1. MAYSVILLE, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25, iS82. NUMBER 82. If b xt w i AILYB THE Published every afternoon and delivered in this city, the sub- urbs and Aberdeen by our carriers, at 6 CENTS a week. It is welcomed in the households of men of both political parties, for the reason that it is more of a newspaper than a political journal. Its wide circulation therefore makes it a valuable vehicle for business announcements, which we respectfully invite to our columns. Advertising Rates Low. Liberal discount where advertisers use both the daily and weekly. For rates apply to EOSSEii & McCarthy, Publishers j JOB WORK Of all kinds neatly, promptly and- cheaply- done at the office tf the Daily Bulletin BLUEGRASS ROUTE. Kentucky Central R. R. THE MOST DESIRABLE ROU1E TO CINCINNATI oxl r line r ux xix u FKEE PARLOR CARS. MET WE EX LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table in ellecl ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 25 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 25, 1S82. Tub trial of Sargcnnt Mason for shoot-in" Guitcnu is in progress at Washington. The bill to place Gen. Grant's name on the retired list of the army has passed the Senate. Tint House Committee on Elections has decided to recommit the case of Cannon against Campbell to the people. O.v account of Republican disagreements in Kentucky, the President has decided not to make the appointments in this Stale at present. It is said that the President has decided positively not to appoint Senator Edmunds to the vacancy on the bench of the United State Supremo Court. Tirn house committee to audit expenses incident to the last illness of President Garfield, have agreed upon a report, which has not yet been made public. It is understood, however, that allowances are moderate, Dr. Bliss, the highest paid of any, getting $10,000. In the Ohio House of Representatives the Committee on Temperance has submitted a resolution preparing an amendment ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 25 February 1882

y DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 25, 1882. TirK brimming river, grand old swell, Is on a mighty tear, And in its run against the banks Mnkes panic everywhere. And as a souvenir to mark, The dangers of inflation, It leaves a lot of broken banks In state of liquidation. The river is falling to-day. Butter is scarce and sells for forty cents a pound. Miss Manx Lang died at Manchester, on Thursday. Thews arc only five persons in the Brown county, (0.) jail. , The hens are behaving badly again, and eggs have gone back to twenty cents a dozen. .. a Tun subject for the Sunday evening sermon at the M. E. Church, South, will be "The Young Man," and it will be well worth hearing. The report Unit the high water in the river prevents the delivery of coal from the Maysville Elevators, is erroneous. All orders will be promptly filled as usual. The masquerade ball at Amazon Hall last night, passed oh" quietly. The persons present are indebted to the obliging floor managers Messrs. ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 25 February 1882

Bi'iS OF liNFOlMliVUON. Siijkiua hns a population of 1,385,000. Theue are 189,000 doctors in the world. Theue nre 4,403 Jew pawn -brokers in Great Britain. There are 05,000 i)liysic:uns in llio United States, and only 5,000 in Spain. Alimiv Cisntauiu is the nearest of tho fixed stars, and its distance from tho eaith exceeds the sui 230,000 times. It is a pitiful thing to a hear a young lady Bay something tastes like mustache cosin 'tie, and then change color and try to look unconcerned and iudiil'erent. Tim popular vote for President in 1800 was as follows : Lincoln , 1,800,350 D iifiltn 1,.7.",1 7 Hrcck uridKC H-17,514 JJ 11 r8 ,830 The galaxy or milky way owes its peculiar appearance to the blended light of myriads of small stars too minute to be individually recognized by the naked eye, but winch are seen in their true character by a telescope of moderate powers. Osiiir two national parks have ever been made in this country by authority of the General Government, namely, the Yose...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 February 1882

SffljS EVENING ULLETIN. T 1 )l ( HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY." VOLUME 1, M AYSVILLE, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27, 1882. NUMBER 83. THE Published every afternoon and delivered in this city, the suburbs and Aberdeen by our carriers, at 6 CENTS a week. It is welcomed in the households of men of both political parties, for the reason that it is more of a newspaper than a political journal, Its wide circulation therefore makes it a valuable vehicle for business announcements, which we respectfully invite to our columns. Advertising Rates Low. Liberal discount where advertisers use both the daily and weekly. For rates apply to rosser & McCarthy, Publishers; JOB WORK f all . kinds neatly, promptly and cheaply, done, at the office of the Daily Bulletin BLUEGEASS KOUTE. Kentucky Centra! R. R THE MOST DESIRABLE ROUTE TO CINCINNATI. OXL Y LINE R UXX1XU FREE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AKD CINCINNATI Time table in effect March 31, 1881. Leave Lexington 7:30 a. m. Leave Maysvlll...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 27, 188L'. Reports received at New Orleans from points up the river show that while all the levees are being greatly strengthened, the water is only rising very slowly, or is receding. It is believed that all danger is past. Cheat surprise is expressed at the nomination of ex-Senator Sargent for the Berlin mission. Judge Taft was expected to go there. But it is believed that Judge Taft will be made Secretary of the Interior, provided Mr- Kirkwood concludes to step out. Tjik Enquirer says that it is no longer a doubt that Major 1 licks was guilty of the crime for which he was hanged. A prominent gentleman told the Enquirer that he had made a confession to him, acknowledging that he had committed the crime. One of ihe ministers told a reporter that Micks had died guilty and had confessed to him that he had committed the deed. The question as to the e1'ect of convict labor upon those industries i;of the State carried on outside the prison wa...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 27, 1882. Youno man, we beg to say to you ; To do the proper thing, To-morrow night, go to the hull, And get your girl that ring. m Tun river is still fulling. Slicud ham. and beef on sale at G. W. Geisei's Equity Grocery. 162wd 'Pink Apple Hams for sale at George II. Heiser's. f24wltlwd John Wheeleii has a new brand of corn which sells at 15 cents and is equal to any sold at 20 cents. FitEi). Yancey, the colored man sick with smallpox at Augusta, died last Sunday. No new cases have appeared since. The members of the new military company will meet at the court house to-night for the purpose of electing officers aid selecting a company name. aft The Mason County Historical Society has received letters of enquiry concerning "Win. 0. Bolcr, Joseph Hillman and James Hillman who were early settlers in this county. There will be preaching at the Presbyterian Church to-night at 7:30 o'clock by the Pastor, S. B. Alderson. The interest in these me...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 27 February 1882

rrm and toint. j7jiee of charge An empty gun. Soft, but a hard nut to crack Tbo doughnut. Sausage at wholesale price is dog choap. Fritz hn.s named his dog Non ur, because it does not follow. A sign of indigestion : " Gone to dinner; bo back in iive minutes." The prop-her time to assist a lady "When she is about to l'ainf. Wubn a man makes his will he is preparing lor a dead give-away. If a man desires to be made thoroughly acquainted with his fnmily history, let him. become a candidate for oilice. What court was in session at the time Adam broke the law ? Of course you ail give it up. Vel 1, it was the Apple-ate court. Jones complained of abndsmell about the postoilioe, and asked .Brown what it could be. Brown didn't know, but miggested that it migliti be the "dead letters." " On, why tJiould the spirit of mortal bo proud?" Or tuku iu ltri btrouy.ii mich a boast, ill uehgUt? A pinglo bald hornet can scatter a crowd, Ana u wasp tliut buic can put it to flight. A witness beiug interr...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 28 February 1882

k : I? i ii I R i Jlji Ii a a of the Daily Bulletin MAYSVILLE. ,2:15 p. iu. .2:10 p. in. Close connection made In Cincinnati for all points North, East and West. Special rates to emigrants. Ask the agent at the above named places for a time folder ol " Blue Grass Route." Round trip tickets troin IMaysviile and Lexington to Cincinnati sold at reduced lates. For rates on household goods and Western tickets address CHAS. II. HAS LETT, Gen'l Emigration Agt., Covington, Ky. JAMES C. KRNST, Gen'l Pass, and '1 Icket Agt. fmE.TAIlLE 'ovisigfon, Fleiniiigslmrg and Pound Gap ItAIL.KAI. Connecting with Trains on K. C. R. R. Leave Flkmixosuukg for Johnson Station: 5M5 a. in. Cincinnati Express. 9:13 a. m Maysville Accommodation. 3:25 p, in. Lexington. 7:02 p. m. Maysville Express. Leave. Johnson Station tor Flemingsburg on arrival ot Trains on the K. C. K. R.: ti:23 a. rn. 1:00 p. m. 9:18 a. in. V:37 p. m. NEW MARBLE YARD. "117" E respect fully announce to the public that T 7 we have opened a m...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 28 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 28, 18S'J. Louisville claims a population of 143,-000. The Utah Legislature has adopted a memorial to Congress, giving the Mormon side of the polygamy question. Tiikrk were 122 deaths from all causes in Cincinnati the past week. Small pox carried off 25, and there were 107 new cases of this disease reported. o The Masonic Grand Lodge of Kentucky has decided that no dimitted Mason can visit any one lodge more than three times; that all dimitted Masons shall be allowed twelve months within which to affiliate with some lodge; and also will not be allowed to take part in Masonic burials. The following explanation by Mr. Kehoe the Representative from this county, concerning the alleged unfair apportionment, as regards Christian and other counties, is taken from the Courier-Journal lie claims that neither Daviess nor Christian is strictly entitled, under the returns to have two Representatives, not having double the ratio, which is 3,031, vote...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 28 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 28, 1882. Tub very latest novelty, We know of in tho town, A dainty bit of pink mid white, The texture soft ns down. It's very sweet and pretty, too, Musical, and maybe, Itulnt worth a million dollars, Is Harry Wads worth's baby. The river is still fulling. Coal is worth ten cents a bushel delivered. Bine Apple Hams for sale at George II. Heiser's. f24vltlvd Heavy reduction in Iresh oysters, fish and canned goods. John Wheeler. lmd 31, Market street. Haverly's European Mastodon forty performers in all, will appear at Washington Opera House April 12th. A cow belonging to Mr. Michael McTie, bought at Mr. A. II. Thompson's recent sale, at Clark's station, died a day or two ago from eating tobacco leaves. "Paddy" Parks, who was arrested Saturday night for stealing Sehultz Wood's overcoat, had his examining trial Monday before Mayor January, upon the charge of grand larceny. The charge was dismissed and ho was held over for his final trial be...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 28 February 1882

.' COUNTY POINTS. fJBHMANTOWN. One addition to the Christian church Saturday night. Miss Mamie Slack is the guest of thePerrie House. Miss Morin, of New Richmond, 0.,is visiting her sister, Mrs. Webt. S. F. Pollock sold a house to some parties from Augusta. We did not learn the.priee. Leonard Sheeler, formerly of this place, died near Tollesboio and was buried here the first of the week. The sales of the property of Miles Wilton, deceased, took place last Thursday. Julius Martin sold some property, stock, etc., at public sale on Saturday. Miss Mattie Cord returned to her home at Millwood, Saturday. She is quite an attractive young lady, and, we presume, made many friends, while visiting here. Maysville was well represented hete Sunday. Among the number we recognized the following: J. M. Frazee and family Misses Mary and Emma Nolin and Dr. Clifton, who is teaching phonogiaphy in Maysville. The colored brethren of the Christian Church gave a supper Saturday night for the benefit of th...

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

MB BM Hi MMH M BOM VMS M Mi A fX IMk '"m" "k?1 "UP " "TP"M J IFTF I "TF" W "V lgton 7:30 ji. m. Leave Maysvllle o:4rrci. m. Leave Paris SvlO a. m. Leave Uynthiana 8:55 a. in. Leave Falmouth )0:U0 a. in. A rr. Cincinnati 11:1") a. in. Leave Lexington J::W p. in. Arrive Maysvllle 8:15 p. in. Free Parlor Car leave Lexington at. Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati at. ,2:lo p. m. .2:(,u p. in. Close connection made In Cincinnati lor all points North, East and West. Special rates to emigrants. Ask the agent at the above named places for a time folder of" JJlue Grass Koule." Hound trip tickets from Maysvllle and Lexington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates. For rates on household goods and Western tickets address CH AS. II. H AS LETT, Gen'l Emigration Agt., Covington, Ky. JAMES C. Kills' ST, Gen'l Pass. and'Iicket Agt. Covington, Flemingsburjr and Pound Gar RAILROAD. Connecting with Trains on K. C. R. R. Leave Fi.kjiingshukg for Johnson Station: 5:45 a. in. Cincinnati Express. 11:13 n. m Ma...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 1 March 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY EVE., MAROH 1, 1832. The widow of Daniel Webster died nt New Rochclle, N. Y., on Sunday night. The Secretary of War has ordered 100,-000 rations sent to St. Louis for distribution to sufferers by the flood. The Garfield memorial services took place Monday in the hall of :the House of Representatives. Mr. Blaine delivered the oration. National bank notes received for redemption during the week amounted to $1,450,000, and for the corresponding week of last year, $838,000. Cai't. J. P. Ears was again before the Mississippi river House committee, Saturday, and advocated the closing up of all existing gaps in the levees, at an estimated cost of $'200,000. The sales of leaf tobacco during the past week at Cincinnati were interrupted to some extent by the flood in the Ohio. The offerings were smaller than for several weeks past and were principally of the inferior qualities. The Yeoman s.iys: A war Democrat, having been approached mid asked to support Gov....

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 1 March 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY EVE., MARCH 1, 1882. With balmy Spring upon usliow, Our Winter ways discardin', Let's quickly peel our ulsters off And pitch into that garden. Lot's hoe and rnke and tumble dirt, And dare 'em all to bet us. They can make as good a show Of early peas and lettuce. Sucer ham and beef on sale at G. W. Geisel's Equity Grocery. fl62vd ' Pine Apple Hums for sale at George H. Heiser's. f24wltlwd The steamer W. P. Thompson is out again and in her old trade. Tiik Bank of Maysville declared this day a semi-annual dividend of four per cent. Mr. John B. Sheridan, of the Catholic Universe, published at Cleveland, Ohio, was inMaysvillethis week. IIkavy reduction in tresh oysters, fish ! and canned goods. John Wiieeleu. lmd 81, Market street. The vacancy of assistant teacher of District school No. ., was filled at the meeting of the school board last night by the appointment of Miss Sallic Burrows. Col. Fiiank S. Owens, Aid-de-camp to the Governor, lasi night, at t...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 1 March 1882

"Pa," quotli Sammio to Ins sire, " why don't you go out West ? " Why do you ask, niy boy?" "Because Bill Higgins' futhur went, and he struck a banana!" "A bonanza, you mean, Sainrnie !" " Well, what's the "Wliy, when people strike a bonanza it sets thern up, and when they strike a banana it sets them down and very emphatically too." "Ah, I saw you take a pull out of that bottle ! " said a Galveston gentleman to the little son of a Prohibitionist, which boy was staggering under the weight of a large bottle of whisky. " I don't care if you did," responded the boy; " the less there is in the bottle, the longer it takes dad to get tight. Ho licks me as soon as he gets tight, so I want to have my trial put off as long as possible. I'm in no hurry for my licking," and he took another hearty pull at the bottle. Dr. Emmons, the able New England divine, met a pantheistical physician at the house of a sick parishioner. It was no place for a dispute, but the abrupt question of the pantheist wa...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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