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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 January 1882

v DAILY EVENING BULLETIN PKRWKKK SIX CENTS KINttliU KUMUliR ONE CENT I3LU3SGIiASS KOTJXIS Kentucky Centra R R THE MOST DESIRABLE R0U1ETO CINCINNATI OXL Y LINE R UNX1XU FREE PARLOR CARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table lu effect March 31 1881 Leave Lexington 730 a m 215 p m Leave Maysvllle o J5 a m 1230 pm Leave Paris 820 a m 305 p m Leave Cynthiana 8o5 a m 340 p m Leave Falmouth 1000 a m 446 p m Arr Cincinnati 1145am i30 p m ijeave ijexinjrion v6o p m Arrfvo MnVKViilo SMi in Kree Parlor Car leave Lexington at Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati at MziQwB IMMrMM 400 p rn s7 p ra tostc 215 p m 200 p m Tjlose connection made in Cincinnati for all points North East arid West Special rates to emigrants Ask the agent at the above named places for a time folder of Blue Grass Route Hound trip tickets from Maysvllle uud Lex ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For rotes on household goods aud Western tickets address CliAS II HASLETT Uanl Emigration Agt Covington Ky JAMES C KRNS...

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. — 28 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING JAN 28 1882 LATEST FROM CATLETTSBUKG TO DAYS PIlOrEEmNGB IX THE CASE OF KlililS CitAFT 3Irs Ellis and the Mother ofthe Murdered Emma Thomas on the Witness Stand Special to the Daily Bulletin Catlettsdurg Kv Jan 28 1882 The trial of Ellis Craft is still going onin the cir cuit court The much-sympathized-with Mrs Ellis was again on the witness stand this morning and in her testimony substan tially corroborated the statements made by George Ellis her husband Mrs Thomas the mother of the mur dered Emma Thomas was also examined and gave testimony that is considered to be very damaging to Craft The court room is still crowded and the interest in theirial seems to be unabated The friends of ex United Slates Marshal Pitkin of Louisiana say he will be ap pointed Minister to Mexico Senator Williams of Kentucky has prepared an elaborate speech upon the tariff m favor of revenue reform which hewill deliver at an early day The majority of the Iowa delegati...

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. — 28 January 1882

V t DAILY EVENING BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING JAN 27 1882 Although hes not a burly man But rather tall and slim Hes got a first rate Burloy nose Has our Tobacco Jim And though he is a modest man And keeps from vices border Everything- he handles now Ho wants in stripping ordert The river is still rising The steamer Katie Waters passed down tfhe river this morning towing a large raft of walnut logs The Garield memorial exercises will take place in the hall of the House of Rep resentatives on the 27th of February Mr James Love of Augusta will prob ably rent the warehouse of R E Ilildreth at Johnson Junction and buy and prize tobacco Hon J D Keiioe has kindly sent the Bulletin the Report of the Railroad Com mission of Kentucky for which he has our thanks Tank R Piiister is in receipt of several very fine gift books They are the latest design in that art Mr Phister will with pleasure show them to any one calling v Dr James Siiackxeford wo have learn ed has vaccinated recently more than on...

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. — 28 January 1882

N Indices of Character There are certain wiseacres who affeei an ability to detect some of the strong characteristics of individuals from theii handwriting or from some other equally trifling exhibition of peculiarity 11 may be their walk the poise of theii head the swing of the arms or the tone of the voice there are some willing tc affirm that with knowlege of one oJ these they noed nothing more to form a trustworthy judgment of the man 01 woman Within certain very narrow limits something may be accurately predicted of these small thinga and the term characteristics which is so loosely and broadly applied to all outward manifesta tions of personality shows how thorough ly this idea has been woven into the fabric of our speech Yet beyond the very narrow limits speculation upon character from the small idiosyncrasies is the merest guesswork and is quite as frequently and as widely erroneous as guesswork respecting anything else The handwriting of a man is partly due to his early tra...

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. — 30 January 1882

h S r 1 Pi iTAl m PKn WBRK SIX CENTS 813JWIK aiKLUlittffl UK CENT BLUEGRASS ROUTJE Kentunky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE KO UJ E TO CINCINNATI ohl y line r uxxixu FREE PARLOR CAES BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table lu eflfect March 1 18S1 Leave Lexington 780 a m 215 p m Leave Maysville 515 a m 1230 pm Leave Purls 820 a in iJ5 p m Leave Cynthlana 8o5 a in 310 p m Leave Falmouth IUUU a m UM p m Arr LineinnaU 1145 a m UJ0 p m Leave Lexington 4 p in Arrive Alaysville 815 p in hree Parlor Car leave Lexington at215 p m free Parlor Tar leave Cincinnati at2C0 p in Clowe connection made In ITi n cTn nati 1 o r al 1 johitH North Eatft and West Special rates to eiclgrantB A sit the agent at the above named it time folder of Blue Grass Route ouud trip tickets Irom Maysville and Lex ington toHejlncinnati sold at reduced rates For mteon household goods and Western tickets uriilnps CflAS H H AHLETT UeiilKmigratlon Agt Covington Ky v 1 J A to EH MRNST jGtm nntys aud Ticket Agt TfYIJ VrAR...

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. — 30 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING JAN 30 1882 Oun meddlesome contemporary of the Republican is never contented with him self unless stirring up some rumpus When utterly confounded and worsted by his Democratic contemporaries he rushes upon society at large and finding ho makes no headway in removing its inveterate prejudice to negro social equality and other abominable sentiments he turns and deals his blows indiscriminately at all mankind He has lately pitched into one of his own party leaders the only repub lican who has a seat in congress from Ken tucky the Hon John D White and deals him some severe and merciless blows Like all the antagonists whom the Repub lican has waked up tho mountain bos3 was ready for the aJTray and retnrncd him about as rough a blow as well could have been aimed at him Congressman White was so indignant at the uncivil treatment he recoived from the editor of the Repub lican that he complained to the Secretary of tho Treasury at Washington of the abuse...

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. — 30 January 1882

I F I V DAILY EVENING BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING JAN 30 1882 Odb citys liko a tented field Such an wo seo in wars For everybodys baroing arms Or showing up their scars And thou the Esoulaplan baud In fact the corps at large Is getting ready now to make A quarter dollar chargo TrtK river is rising fast to day Pink eye lias appeared at Mt Uijcacl Tnii lenten season begins tiiis year on 22do February Mr John B Fee of Augaata died at Covington a fevr days ago Michael ONeil of Manchester intends to raise fifty acres of tobacco noxt season Dk Lake Baknks a prominent physi cian of Paris died at that placo on Sunday Du H K Adamson has recently vacci nated about three hundred and fifty per sons in this city Iff thero is any faith to bo placed in siguB tho Hon John D While will have a good time in rodeoming the 10th Ky Con gressional District Tun report that the hemp crop of Bour bon Fayette and Woodford counties was yery much damaged by the prolonged wet weather is pronounced untrue The Harriso...

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. — 30 January 1882

Pedantry consists in the use of words unsuitable to the time place and company stiys the St Fuul Pionter JPress Maybe if the Press heard a man at a swell party remark You bet your boots its tally it would accuse him of pedantry Boston Post A Northern mau with consumptive tendencies was inquiring about Florida He mot a man who had Hjient a winter there and in the course of br eftjing for information asked if it wna very wet there Wet 1 wa Iho reply Well I should smile The only dry tiling I found in Iho Slate was tho cows I TniXK said an old toper who was consulting a physician about his failing eyesight X think it I should wear a pair of goggles they would bene fit my eyes oh Just the thing areplied the physician get a pair by all means and fasten them tightly over your mouth Thatll fix your eyesight all right Mitigated misery Go into the room and bring that cake off the table laaid a mother to her son Its too dark Im afraid to go into tho room Go right into that room this instant or...

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. — 31 January 1882

iik DAILY EVENING BULLETIN PKR WEEK SIX CENTS SINOJLH KUMJUEIl ONE CENT BLUEGRASS ROUTE Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE RO VIE TO CI IMC IN NAT I ONL Y LINE R UNN1X G FEEE PAELOR CARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table in effect March 31 18S1 Leave Lexington 730 a m 215 p in Leave Maysville 5 io a in 1230 pm Leave Paris 820 a in 3U5 p m Leave Cynthiana 85o am 310pm Leave Falmouth 1000 a in 4h0 p m Arr Cincinnati 1145am 530pm Leave Lexington 435 p m Arrive Maysville 815 p m Free Parlor Car leave Lexington at 215 p m Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati at 200 p in TJIbso connection made In Cincinnati for all points North East and West Special rates to emigrants Aslt the agent at the above named places for a time folder of Blue Grass Route Hound trip tickets lrom Maysville and Lex ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For rates on household goods and Western tickets address CHAS H H ASLETT Genl Emigration Agt Covington Ky JAMES C NUN ST Genl Pass and J icket Agt flKE...

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. — 31 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING JAN 81 1882 A eulogy upon President Garfield its to bo delivered to the House of Representa tives at Washington Febuary 27 by ex Secretary Blaine The friends of Judge Taft at Cincinnati are confidently looking for his nomination to the Berlin Mission They expect the appointment to be made the present week A bill lately introduced in the Legis lature by Hon J D Kehoe recommends the payment of a salary of 2400 to Com monwealth Attorneys throughout the state in lieu of the fees now received by them c - A stalwart Republican has declared that the President will pardon Guiteau on the ground of insanity On the other hand District Attorney Corkhill is confident he will be hanged and says the execution will take place not later than the 30th of next June - Bukore deciding upon any matter con nected with the tariff the house committee on ways and means has decided to hear the representatives of all the interests in volved in any change The sentiment of ...

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. — 31 January 1882

i DAILY fiVMlEffl BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING JAN 31 1882 AaAiN tho wedding bolls ringJout Their Joyous tones reminding Kindred Boulstho God of Lov In wedded bliss aro binding Qod keep tho sunshine in tliolr hearts Their plighted faith unbroken And in the record of their lives Louvo none but happy token Next Sunday morning Elder J B Briney will preach on Creeds i The river is rising here but falling at Pittsburg It is announced that only a small run of coal will be made The remains of Mrs Sabina Managan a former resident of Maysville who lied at VancobUrg last Sunday were brought here this morning by the steamer Handy for burial SiiEitiFi J C Pickett and Marshal E W Fitzgerald left for Frankfort this morning having in charge for delivery at the penitentary Albert Brown alia Hears convicted at the paesent term 01 the circuit court of house breaking and Jeff Rice of grand larceny The following marriage licenses have been issued to colored persons by the clerk of the county court since ou...

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. — 31 January 1882

COUNTY POINTS - OKANGEBURG A few cases of pink eye in this vicinity Alexander True was visiting relatives at Dover last week John Ford of Muysvillc was Thomas J Ileflin of this place visiting Miss Linie Parker a charming young belle of this vicinity who was visiting rel atives at Wilson Bottom has returned home Mr West and wife of Bourbon county were visiting the family of John Holliday last week Miss Mollio Chandler of Millwood is the guest of Mrs Frank Parker Jerome May h ugh purchased of Mr West last week his farm containing forty acres for 1400 The Harrison brothers raised on six acres of ground this year nine thousand pounds of tobacco and sold it for 1G a hundred Ed Ross of Covington is visiting his father Mr Thomas Ross of this place Miss Lucy Bullock has returned home from a visit to relatives at Winchester We are glad to see our old friend J L Bullock out again after a spell of neuralgia There was a social gathering at Mr G Turners Tuesday night of last neck where there wer...

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. — 1 February 1882

DAILY EVENIM BULLETIN per weik six cents 81NULE NUJUIElt ONE CENT BLOEGKASS KOUTE Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE ROUIE TO CINCINNATI ONL Y LINE R UN NIX G FREE PARLOR CARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table in etfect Alnrcli 31 18S1 Leave Lexington 780 a m 215 p m Leave Maysville 515 a m 1230 p ni Leave Paris 820 a m 305 p m Leave Cyulhianu 855 a m 340 p m Leave Falmouth 10U0 a m 4i0 p m Arr Cincinnati Hi loa m 030 p in Leave Lexington p m Arrive Maysville 815 p in 1ree Parlor Car leave Lexington at 215 p m Free Parlor Car leave Ineinriati at2C0 p in Close ooinTectloTfinttde iiTUinciunatilor all pointH North East and West Special rates to emigrants Ask tlieagenLut the above named places lor a time folder of Blue Grass Koule Hound trip tickets horn Maysville and Lex ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For rates on household goods and Western tickets address UKAS H HAS LETT Gcnl Emigration Agf Covington Ky JAMES C I0UNST GenlPass and ticket Agt TIME TAKBiK UoT...

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. — 1 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN WEDNESDAY JSVjENlNG FEB 1 1882 iirnwim wwwwMMMMHH TUB BIUKDEK TRIAL TIio Accused Confident of Acquital The Argument in the Case to Begin To morrow Special to Daily Bulletin Catlettsbukq Ky February 1 1882 The trial of Eliia Craft for murder is still in progress in the circuit court The accused bears himself confidently and looks for an acquittal The testimony for the defense cloned tins morning and evidence in re buttal will be introduced this afternoon The argument before the jury will begin to morrow As usual the court room is crowded with interested spectators Small Pox at Cincinnati Special to Daily Bullktin Cincinnati 0 Fun 1 1882 There was a slight decrease in the number of cases of small pox reported yesterday there being only eleven during the day Guitcau Once More Special lo the Daily Bulletin Washington D C February 1st 18S2 Scoville has just sent a card to the press announcing his inability to continue in the Guiteau case longer without compen satio...

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. — 1 February 1882

- - 7 i i DAILY EVENING BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVENING FEB 1 1882 To know how all thdllltlb tads Do stand for sure and Hartalu Consult the list wo herewith give Procured from Doot6r Marlalu Some you see have studied wo 11 And kept straight to tho letter And some well concerning that The loss wo say the hotter A new trial was granted Tuesday in the case of Frank Day charged with house breaking Within tho past month more than two thousand persons have been vaccinated in this city It is announced from Pittsburg that only a light run of coal will bo mado on tho present rise in the river Hunt Jc Doylh have taken tho agency for the celebrated Domestic Paper Pat terns they will bo on sale by tho middle of this month fl 2wd j The celobrated Domestic Paper Patterns can hereafter bo obtained irotn Messrs Hunt Doyle Who have obtained the agency for th em in this city They will have a full lino of theso patterns not later than the middle of the month Mr Albert expects to move into his new store tii...

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. — 1 February 1882

CONTINUED KUOM F1IIST PAGE Livnghorne Tnbb was out looking at the tobacco in this community last week Master Bennie Cox of Muysville spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of II Hawley Miss Mollie Laytham of Lawrence creek is the guest of Miss F L Browning one of the fair sex Miss Katie Osborne who lately went to Mt Sterling is at home visiting her mother Mrs McAulifle Misses Jennie Chamberlain and Alice Dorsey the belles of Lewisburg are visit ing the Misses Kerr Thomas S Kerr an affable young gen tleman from Slacks Postofiice was the guest of Jqhn Baldwin sr last Sundav C GEKMAXTOWX Mr Hiles of Scott county is the guest of his brother AV M Hiles C F Lockheart of Oonnorsville Ind is visiting relatives in this place H V Morris of the Mason County Jour nal was in town one day last week The entertainment given on Saturday night by the Dramatic Club passed off verv pleasantly By the request of the hoard of education Prof Cassatt resigned his position as prin cipal of the academy Dot...

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. — 2 February 1882

b - 1 t it T ATT JLiilJLi PER WX3KK SIX CENTS SlXGliE JVUMJiEU ONE CENT itSL I mi i Ga nm Mw iffl VVR SSSSi Wp Wpi AS ira25 hf km irnc tj5Ke y Xftik pa3K iKf srai itassyi EsA sJ3 u Vb MWMM XFOM 1888- msatfo C BLUEGBASS KOUTB Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE R0V1E TO C 1 N C I N N AT I only line it unning FREE PAELOE CARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table in effect Altirch 31 1881 Leave Lexington 7510 a m Leuve Maysville 513 u m Leave Paris i 10 a m Leave Cynthiana 8oo am Leave Kalinoutl IU0I a in Arr Cincinnati 1113 a in Leave Lexington 4J5 p in AlliVC AUlJhVlllo 8lo i lit Free Parlor Car leave Lexington at Free Pailor Car leave Cincinnati at 215 p in 1230 p in 5303 p in 3lUp in 4Ati p m 1510 p in 215 p m JL0 p in Close couneetion made in Cincinnati tor all points Noith East and West Special rates to emigrants Asti the agent at the above named plaeesior a time folder of Ulue Grass Route Round trip tickets horn Mayj viiie and Lex ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced ...

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. — 2 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN THURSDAY EVENING FEB 2 1882 CRAFTS THIAL Grand Oration in Behalf of the Prisoner Tho Military to be Withdrawn at the Conclusion of the Trial Special to tho Daily Bulletin Catlkttsruhg Ky Feb 2 1882 The nrgument in the Craft case began this morning The counsel for the defense made a grand oration in behalf of the prisoner He charged in his speech that Ellis Tras a liar and had told no less than twenty one untruths in his confession and to save himself from the gallows is now endeav oring to simulate insanity Th military will probably be withdrawn from Uatlolts burg next Monday Great Hour Mills Destroyed Special to the Daily Uumktin LocKioirr N Y Februarys 1SS2 The immense flouring mills at tiiia place were entirely destroyed by lire this morning The loss will reach fully 200000 One fireman was killed and several others badly injured Commander Belong of the lcanncttoy bate Special to Daily IUtittin Washington D C Ft 2 1882-Secretary Hunt has just received a tele...

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. — 2 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN T THURSDAY EVENING FEB 2 18827 He stood upon tho sidewalk edge A chap with tastes too utior And by a slip resthcilo cuss Ho Bat down In tho guttor Why men he said will soil their souls 1 try to solve the riddle And tho solution aqua mud Has soiled my own bumflddlo Tiikre is very littto sickness in this city just now Tnn Morning Mails passenger register on Monday showed 187 persons and on Tuesday 123 o Samuel Fauckt is about to open a ho tel at Elizaville He is well known to our business community IIord Dicksoq Ross of Fleming county uro feeding 205 head of cattle at the Maysvillo di tilleries Sinqlb numbers of the Daily Bulletin can be had at Harry Taylors news depot Or at lc R Phislors book store lJrico one cent Georqe Ghay of Helena snld rece ntly to J 0 Owens Jo of this city the Ale Marshall crop of tobacco for 20 a hundred pounds Hunt Doylh have taken the agency for the celebrated Domestic Paper Pal terns they will bo on sale by the middle ef this month fl...

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. — 2 February 1882

N SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY An electric oignal apparatus on n French railway causes the blowing of a Bteam whistle upon a locomotive ap proaching a danger signal The engineer is thus warned This apparatus is found valuable in fogs and snow storms when ordinary signals often escape no tice The number of varieties of insects is vastly greater than that of all other liv ing creatures The oak supports 450 species of insects and 200 arc found in the pine Humboldt in 18 19 calculated that between 150000 and 170000 species were preserved in collections but recent estimates place the present nunibor at about 750000 species It is a very general belief that great lmrial places exert a noxious influence which must roi der the localities very un healthy as places of residence This idea is shown to be a mistaken one by the results of any inquiry into the sani tary condition of the cemeteries of Paris The composition of the air in the ceme teries is reported to bo indistinguishable from that of arabl...

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