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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 3 February 1882

ft 1 fjTjjfc - DAILY per veek six cents sinulc numkuii m cknt I j i i 1- -- - - f JSIJtTEGUfcASsS 120TJTJD Kintucky Centra R R THE MOST DESIRABLE RGU1ETO CINCINNATI ONL Y LINE Ji UNNlJt U FREE PAELOECARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table in effect March 8112181 Leave Lexington 730 n in lave Maysvllle 515 a in Leave Paris 820 am Leave Cynthiana 865 am Leave Falmouth 10HJ0 a m Air Cincinnati 1145 a m Leave Lexington 4H5 p m Arrive MaysvJUo 815 p in Freo Parlor Jar leave Lexington at Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati at SrsiW 12 J ifc 3 - y 215 p m 1230 pm 3U5 p in 3 JO p m 4 lO p in 030 p in 215 p in 2C0 p in LIoko connection made in Cincinnati for all points North East and West Special rates to emigrants Ask the agent at the abovenamed places lor a time folder of lilue Grass Route itonnd trip tickets from fllaysviile and Lex ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For rates on household goods and Western pickets address CHAS II ll AS LETT Ml Genl Emigration Agt Covington ...

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. — 3 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING FEB 3 1882 ninniMM It is estimated at the Treasury Depart ment that the debt statement to be made public in a few days will show a reduction of about ten million dollars AcconniNa to n recent order of the Post master General the redemption of spoiled postal cards has been discontinued The order went into effect on tho first day of the present month Thk lower House of tho legislature has passed a bill appropriating 5000 a year for the continuation of the State Board of Health and a superintendent of Vital Sta tistics The committee on ways and means reported a bill requiring that the state liq nor license for dealers be increased to 100 and tho merchants license to 50 and drug stores 50 per annum and that one half of the revenue thus collected shall go to tho common school fund and the other half to the sinking fund The bill was postponed for further consideration until the ninth In the Senate the statute in re lation to the election of special ju...

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. — 3 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING FEB 3 1882 At Abordeoh tho citizens Httvo much disturbed tholr pates To bring about a needed chango Affecting ferry rates Last nlglit tbey hold a To got tho best advices How to bnng tho Gretna Green Down to wbolsesulo prices Perry Rudy has bought tho meat store of Lane Martin on Wall street Miss Maggie DoNiPiiANdanghter of the lata lJudge Joseph Doniphaij died at Au gusta last night She was in her fifteenth yeah The dwelling house of David Balte near Augusta burned to the ground a few days ago It was not insured and was Worth about 2001 Hunt c Doyle have taken the agency for the celebrated1 Domestic Paper Pat terns they will bo on sale by the middle 6f this month fl 2wd I - t The protracted meeting at the M E Church South continues with encouraged interest There have been a number of conversions and accessions Miss Julia Burris while removing from a stove last Tuesday evening an earthen vessel -containing hot water accidentally broke it and was ...

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. — 3 February 1882

tj CONTINUED FItOM FIKST PAGK acre Deducting Mr Snavelys allowance of 106as the cost per acre we have a net profit of 54010 realized from a single aero of Lancaster county grown tobacco The above figures bo it remembered are not ideal ones They are actual facts They are from the books of the purchas ers and the checks received by the sellers They represent three transactions con summated during the present week They are not insolate dases either We have no doubt others like them have oc enred of which we have not heard and that still others and not a few of them either will transpjre before the present crop is delivered IN CONCLUSION A few papers in neighboring counties ignoranco far outruns their sense and discretion have from time to time been proclaiming that their tobacco far mers are as skillful as our own and their crops as good or even better We have been content to let these sheets blow their penny trumpets uncontradicted We now confront them with facts If they have others 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. — 4 February 1882

8 u IV BJJ PKR WBEK SIX CENTS S1XHLI2 AUHIJKU OSiE CENT B JLCJJ3 GRASS lOTJTIi i Ut Kentucky Central R R 2ffi JJOST DESIRABLE BO U2E TO CINCINNATI r i azvz y z2iT ij unniNG FKEEPARLOKCARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table in effect March 31 1881 Leave Lexington 730 a m 215 p m LeUve Mayavllle 515 a m 1230 pm Leave Paris 820 a m 305 p in Leave Cynthiuna 855 am UtfOp m Leave Falmouth 1000 a in p ni Arr Cincinnati 1 llt a in 030 p m LtHive Lexington 135 p m Arrive Mayuvjllu 815 p in Free Pjlrlor Car leave Lexington at 215 p m Free Parlor Uar leave Ulnciunati at2C0 p in llloso connection made in Ci uclnnati lor all points North East and West Special rates to migrants Ask the agent at the above named a time folder of Blue Grass Route louml trip tickets from Maysvlile and Lex ington toiCinblnnatiKold at reduced rates loi5vate8on household goods and Western tickets add refcs UI1AS H HAHLETT Genl Emigration AgL Covington Ky i J JAMES O tiHKST UenlPass and Ticket Agt bV l TIMKTAI1I...

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. — 4 February 1882

frv DAILY EVENING BOLLETIN SATURDAY EVENING FEB 4 1882 Tiik Whipping Post bill was again de feated in the Legislature Thursday At Cincinnati since January 1 1881 there have been G05 cases of small pox and 124 deaths Says the New York Sun Cleanliness Is an enemy to all diseases but it can not take the place of vaccination as a shield aizalnst Miiall pox though It will prove a valuable auxiliary Senator Davis it is said will vote with the Republicons in favor of the admission of the southern half of Dakota as a state It is thought the bill will pass at this session of Congress The sub committee on ways and means reported favorably to the full committee on the bill to abolish the export tax on to barco and the bill allowing brewers to stamp their packages instead of bottles The State Senate has passed the bill for the benefit of the Geological Survey and Bureau of Immigration appropriating thereto 12000 A bill was passed by the louse to exclude from jury service all persons under indic...

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. — 4 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING FEB 4 1882T Now all the bold young luddle bucktf To martial llfo inclined By iiitorvlowlngNeddlo Fitz An opening will And Unlo tho meeting Monday night They all are naked to como And holp make up company To follow flfo and drum Pine Apple Hams for sale at George H Heisers 4dw2v - i Tins steamer Return is to bo entered in the Ripley and Portsmouth trade Tub Daily Bulletin can bo had at Tay lors news depot and at F R Phisters book store Price one cent Tub Rcvi J 0 Kelly of Covington will preach at thp M E Church South this evening at half past seven oclock Tub candidates lor baptism will be re ceived at tho M E Church South to morrow morning at the close of the ser mon Hunt Doylb have taken the agency for thq celebrated Domestic Paper Pat terns they will be on sale by the middle of this month fl 2wd Tub following marriage licenses have been issued to colored persons by the clerk of the county court since our last report Robert Tlbhs and Fannlo J...

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. — 4 February 1882

Response to a Toast on Ay omen Mr President I think the most sonsi i bio thing over dono in the world waptka making of woman It ought to have been douo before it was I presume that Adam when the rib was taken oiit of him thought it was pretty rough Ho did not know what was going to be- scomdOf him But when the job was done and woman was Bent down and the meat put on in the right place I am satisfied that he looked upon the job and said it was tlio boss I say it should liaye been done before The idea of Adams remaining there all those years alone without any one to welcome him home from Scdtoh banquets -and to ask liim why ho didnt stay out all night and come homo smelling like a smoke house I can imagine Adam goiiig to the grocery after codfish and building fires himself and cooking his own meals in the bachelors hall It has struck me that it would not be out of place for the legislature to pass resolutions of thanks for the making of woman It is to be hoped that they will attend to...

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 February 1882

DAILY PER WEEK SIX CENTS S1NULE NUilIJUEIt ONE CENT Time table lu etfecl March SI 1881 u JSXUE3GHiASS K OTJTJE Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE HOWIE TO CINCINNATI ONL Y LINE li UN NIX J FREE PARLOE CARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Leave Lexington 730 a m 215 p m Leave Maysvllle fJ5 n m 1230 pm Leave Paris 80 am 305 p in Leave Jyiithimm 855 am 310pm Leave Falmouth 1000 a m 4M p m Air Cincinnati 1115 am 030 p in Leave Lexlnytou 435 p m Arrive Alaybville 815 p m Free Parlor Car leave Lexington at 215 p m Free Parlor Car leave CI no uiiiati at 200 p in Close connection made TiT Cincinnati lor all poJntH North East and West Special rates to migrants Ask the agent at the above named places lor a time folder ol Ulue Grass Route Round trip tickets Irom Alaysviilo and Lex ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For rates on household goods and Western tickets address CHAS II U ASLETT Genl Emigration Agt Covington Ky JAMES U KIIKST Genl Pass and 1 icket Agt TLUE TAIlIiK Coving...

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 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN - - MONDAY EVENING FEB C 1882 A NUMBKit of wealthy farmers from Ohio aro prospecting in Washington county this state for lands A PRoaiiXKNT politician says that if Codkling wants to run for governor of New York next full he can certainly be elected John Adams the negro who tooK inde cent liberties with two little girls at Ports mouth 0 was held to bail in the stun of 5000 lie is a very powerful negro and oeriualy injured the oiTioer who arrested him Tnn excess of exports of merchandise over iniports during the past calender yoar was 1G339G22G for 1880 192S76240 The excess of iniports of gold and silver coin and bullion for 1SS1 was 4932744S for 1880 G9229S22 Tnrc laboring clat s will find something to think over in the statement that while many of the furnaces of this country were closed during 1880 because it was claimed by the owners the laborers wanted too much wages more than 10000000 worth of pig iron was imported to this country from Great Britain the co...

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 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING FEB 6 1882 Mo9T all the pooplb In tho town For reasons that you know Are dead against that artful schomo For ousting Uticlo Roe Anil could they now but have their way Theyd quickly end the strife JSndorao him as an honest man And put him in for life Thk river is falling Manchester is to have a foundry Boon m Pine Apple Hams for sale at George H Heisers f4dw2w Onb crop of hemp sold at Lexington last week for 6 If you want valentines Maysvillo supply them to you m The time for lawfully hunting game ex pired on the 31st ult Captain Ben Woodwoiitii late of the W F Gavlord is now mate of the Scotia The river banks in Chester have been considerably damaged by the recent swell In tho river - - o p - The engineer corps of the Newport and Maysvillo Kailroad is still at work below Augusta preiJariiij ig cue roaa ueu i The locomotive and baggage car of the noon train south jumped the track near the depot to day Nothing serious Ruheiidku the llumpty Dumpty ...

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 February 1882

Consolations iu Gorman Life Iiifo is hard in Germany hard alike to learned and simple to those who la bor in the field or pent up in oitiea but there are consolations All who live among German folks must be struck by tho manly dignity and resignation -with which these daily problems are met Proudest perhaps of all European na tions thoy bear their burdens uncom plainingly and set an example which at least two neighboring States might do well to imitate However much they may bo apt to exaggerate the profes sional authority and arrogate for book learning beyond what is its due they certainly exemplify in their lives a re spect for things worthy of respect and a contempt of mere material advantage There is not perhaps in all England a church dignitary more looked up to than the head of tho Lutheran Church in a certain Gormau town I know of a man of learning and consideration yet as every body knows living on 300 a year Let mo close this letter with a warning to rich English folks about...

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 February 1882

i V vr9 a hm OT 1 DAILY EVENING BULLETIN PER WEEK SIX CENTS HINJLE NUMliESl OAE CENT H Facetiae Journals of Caroline Fox Mr Gcorgo told us that going the other flay by steamer from Liverpool to London lie sat by an old gentleman who would not talk but only answered his inquiries by nods or shakes of the head When they went to dinner he determined to make him speak if possible so he proceeded Youre going to Loudon A nod I shall be happy to meet you there where are your quarters There was no repell ing this so his friend with the energy of despair broke but to to bo of this in my At the instant a little white face which had not appeared before popped out from one of the berths and struck in the me Talked of Philip yon Arteveldo Taylor Irving Coleridge and Charles Lamb being together and the conversation turning on Mohammed Irving reprobated him in his strongest manner asa prince of impostor without earnestness and without faith Taylor thinking him not fairly used de fended him with mu...

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 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN - II - - TUESDAY EVENING FBB71882 TunuK is only one case of smallpox re ported at Lexington Tub act of the assassin Guiteau has thus fur cost the government about 250 000 SXATOii Bruce has asked leave to bring in a bill for the benefit of J W Parker of Lewis county Owixa to his ill health Lieut Danen hower of the ill fated Jeannette has been ordered home Ouiteau is lo be closely guarded night and day until his execution lo prevent his committing suicide Tub Chattaori News reports twenty deaths from smallpox near Beaver Floyd county and over one hundred cases under treatment A dkspatcu from Shreveport La re ports that the overflow of the whole lower country seems inevitable Many planta tions are under water and levees are giving way Tiieiib Ls not the least doubt that the thirty two men buried in the Midlothian Va mine ans all dead The disaster has made twenty seven widows and one hun dred and eight orphans A rim has been introduced in the Leg islature to confe...

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 February 1882

H fr s DAILY EVENING BULLETIN JDrTEVSNiNG FEB 7 1882 Wants Burbrldo ruled n times gouo by And blood unsparing shed Bydecoutmon the ghoul was shunned Because hla hands were red And now when years are ebbing fast As bllent drop tho sand3 To hlsdismaythe man of blood Finds Ureen upon his hands Thk river is falling Pink Apple Hams for sale at George II i Hejsers f4dw2w Tub old reliable steamer Handy is en jpying her usual good business Tjxk Daily Bulletin is on Bale at Harry Taylors news depot and F R Plasters book store Price one cent Thk repairs on tho steamer W P tvChouppson will be finished in time to al low hereto re enter her regular trade next Tuesday Hunt Doylh have taken the agency for tho celebrated Domestic Paper Pat terns they will bo on sale by the middle if this month fl 2vd The farmers of this county and vicinity will find tho Daily Bullktiv of next Ilonday county court day an issue of ansual interest to them Risv J D Walsh presiding elder is as aisting at the protracted ...

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 February 1882

COUNTY POINTS GERMANTOWN One addition to the Christian Church Sunday Miss Mattie Cord a charming lady of Helena is visiting Miss Davis and Miss Fannie Walton young Annie Mrs W M Sidcner of Crawfordsville Ind is visiting her parents Her father has been ill for some time and is not ex pected to recover A M Collins I G W P for the state of Kentucky delivered two able lectures on Temperance Wednesday and Thurs day nights last week and succeeded in or ganizing a lodge of Sons of Temperance Dot summitt Wm Wilson ot Owingsville is visiting Moses Dim mitt Most of the tobacco in this neighborhood is sold and partly delivered Attend the sale of John T Parker Thursday We are sorry to lose so good a neighbor and wish him success where ever his lot is cast Mrs Belle Rowland has decided that she will not teach our spring school It will be taught by Mr Charles Wells of this neighborhood a young man of talent and energy Although it is our friend Charles first school it will prove a success The publ...

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. — 8 February 1882

6 AILY EVENING PKIt WKEK 5tX CI5NTS SlNUIiE JSUMlilUl ONE CENT J w m w ism MB HI f n SSIJL ZK33EXaE30E22 mftMjfc rarsregTsasCT i i f tX I t m ui i mi A 4 Af fr T f -a rwj 7 f A o IN ever L aughedso Much in my Life The Comedy Success of the Season Ill f 4 i 7e rea New York and Boston Success if THS IMMENSELY FnnnySnccessfnl5FarcicalComedy Illustrated by the same Magnificent Comedy Company that made such a tremendous hit in New York Baltimore Cleveland Wash ington Boston Montreal Detroit ADMISSION 50 AND 75 CENTS J 3 v 4 Reserved Seats for Sale at fice News Depot i HEW TO THE LINE LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY Morphioinania It is full time that the serious danger of indulging in chloral morphia and other such drugs should be understood To a woman of refinement these methods of obtaining the desired immunity from self are repulsive She resoits to them reluctantly and by slow degrees There was till recently no other way but now tho downward jrnth is made very easy First the inventor...

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. — 8 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVENJNtt FEfc 8 1882 Thoanti polygumy bill passed the Houbc f Representatives on Monday As it will probably pass the Senate and become a ayc it settles the ease of Mr Cannon the delegate from Utah Gkn Biiady of Star Route notoriety now admits the truth of the statement that he has sold his interest the Washing ton National Republican and that the pa per has passed under the control of a syn dicate of President Arthurs friends- Congrcsman Butlerworth of Ohio has introduced in the House resolutions ol the Sailors and Soldiers Memorial Associ ation of Cincinnati praying for the enact mc ntof a law jiving to each soldier and sailor w ho served in the late war a land warrant for 100 acres without condition aa to settlement General Young lhtro duced a bill in accordance with such resolutions Geo C Baths Ex United States District Attorney of Utih and who for several years acted as the attorney and counselor for the Mormon church of the Territory thinks tht ...

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. — 8 February 1882

t 1 DAILY EVENING BULLETIN Wednesdays TnKpoor depressed crost fallcu chaps You see mound you 8lghn Are those who put heir mohey up And lost it nil on Ryan To bet you know Is very wrong And makes you outasluner In fact youre Inexecusable To not bet on the winner High water low water ilnd no water the Redden Brothers keep the old reliable Hpndy on duty Ever smiling ever ready ever handy brothers they TThosalo of the steamer Vigo made at Portsmouth recontly has been confirmed and the creditors here and elsewhere will have their claims paid pro rata Ja A H Thompson who is about to remove to this city has rented his farm at Clarks Station to Mr Michael MoTie who will take possession tlic 1st of March RfcY J Barbour of Louisville ia assist ing Rev S B Alderson in a meeting now being held in the Presbvtcrian church V ft Services each day at 4 and 7i p m The public are cordially invited Onk thousand copies of the Daily Bul letin will bo issued and circulated next Monday If you want to reach...

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. — 8 February 1882

4iiTifcrfrTgSMWwn Somnambulistic Slipper In a sintill villago across the way re sides a well known clergyman and his family One of his sons who is just approaching manhood has been in the habit since infancy of walking in his sleep Every effort has been made to break him of his somnambulistic ten dencies but without avail A short time ago it was decided by the head of the house that the somnambulist should occupy the same couch with his elder brother and the latter was instructed in case the boy indulged in any of his former antics to administer severe pun ishment in the shape of a forcible appli cation of the sole of a slipper The elder son promised to carry out his in structions One night the father imag ined he heard sounds of disturbance in in the chicken yard at the rear of the house and fearing that his hen roost might be despoiled entered the room where the boys wore sleeping and opening the window peered out into the darkness to ascertain whether his appre hensions were corr...

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