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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 18 January 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VH. MAYSVLLLE, KY. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1888. NUMBER 48. It V i fill I UV RAPIf Will 111 I If nun Srerr strata or eeld attacks that weak back Terr strata or eel sad atari aaa nearly proMraies job TJ THE EST TONIC Strengthens the Muscles, Htendlca the Nerves. Kariehe the Blood, C Ires Now Vigor. Pa J.UMTiBi.Fafrfleld.Iowa.wi)-: "Brown's Iron Bitters lithe bert Iron medicine I hare known in my 30 yoaro' practice. I hs found it specially beneficial in nerroos or physical exhaustion, and in all debilitating ailmenU that bear so Uparily on the system. Use it freely in my own family." MB. W. 7. Bbown, 637 Main Bt.. Covington. Ky.. says: "I w aa completely broken down in hcaJth and troubled with pains in iny back., Brown's Iron Bitten entirelr reatored me to hoalth." 0noine hai shore Trade Mark and crossed rod line on wrapper. Take no other. Made only by BROWN CHEMICAL CO, BALTIMORE, MB. CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000 " We do hereby certW that we supervise the arran...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 18 January 1888

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. RATK8 OF snmcitirTioN. Tuk Daily Bulletin will bo delivered to any part of the city at 0 cents a week, or one year for 83. Thk Daily bulletin to any postofllce In tlio United Btntes, postage prepaid, at twenty five cents per month or three dollan per year. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, J AN. 18, 1888 CHAT ABOUT DRUGS. A FEW OF THE MEDICINES THAT PATIENTS HAVE TO SWALLOW. Tnis leety weather ought to boom the accident insunuico business. A Michqak man pays $13 dog tax and $2.50 on his real estate. What lnnd Erabbera those North wostornors arc? CoNQBxasuAx Gsouoh M. Tiiouas has introduced in the House the following: A bill for tho relief of James Mnbafloy ; a bill granting Amanda F. Wood a pen sion and a bill for tho. roliof of Franklin Whito. i The Mt. Sterling Sentinel-Democrat publishes Judge Cole's open letter to tho people of this district and comments on it as follows: It bat the rlnsof true mnnhood, nnd until ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 18 January 1888

THE HMBST IN THE LAND! W. H. MEANS' $3.03 SH0B3, AT HONAN'3; TRY A PAIR. s -Y i: I O .. !. 'T, fv. t 1 tt, ' V, . Jf v... DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. THE STATE S0L0NS. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. WEDENSDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 18, 1888. Balo Postponed. The sale of the B. F. Thomas warehouse on Market atreot is postponed from Mon day, January 23, to Wednesday, Janu ary 25. Indicatioms : "Colder; fair weather." m . i. m m i i Fauoy bananas, Brreet oranges, Cal houn's. o to 0. T. Knooream, on Third street, for your coal. Bust screened coal at 0. T. Kneeream's, . on Third street. S. J. Hbriuut, of Manchester, 0., haB boen granted a pension. A company has been incorporated at Lexington to bore for oil. Old-timb sugar-house Rnd fancy now crop molasses, cheap, at G. W. Geisel'B. The famous Eli Perkins will deliver a lecturo at Millorsburg on the 9th of next month. Jobbhi A. Richards, of Cowan Sta tion, has been granted an increase of ponsion. A pknsiom has boen granted to...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 18 January 1888

PRESIDENTIAL MESSAGE. REPORT OF THE SPECIAL PACIFIC RAILROAD COMMISSION. It Is Transmitted to Congrets by Mr. Clove land, Accompanied by What He Has to Say on the Subject Speaker Carlisle 111. Mr. S. S. Coz Elected Speaker Tro Tern. TVabiiinoton, Jan. 18. The president to day transmitted to congress tho reporta of the special Pacific railroad commission, ac companied by a message, in which he says: "These reports exhibit such transactions and tchemos connected with tho construction of the aided roads and their management, and suggest the invention of such devices on tho part of tboso having them in charge, for tho apparent purpose of defeating any chance for the government's embarrassment, that any adjustment or plan of settlement should be predicated upon the substantial interests of the government rather than any for bearance or generosity deeorved by the com panies. , The condition of tho present management of tho Union Pacific company has an import ant bearing npon its ability t...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 19 January 1888

THE EYENINO BULLETIN. YOLUME VII. MATSVILLE, KY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1888. NUMBER 49. u T OH! MY BACK Srerr strata or eeld atUeka tlfat weak back k sua nearly prostratea juu. BROW"5, iffl itJJI 1 I I! l-" THE BESTTQN6E HtreDEtfaOBS tho JUuscles, . Htcadles tho Nerves. Enriches tho Blood, ClTeaNewViaror. "Brown' Iron Bitten laths butt, Iron medietas I bars known In my SO years' practice. I have found IS specially beneficial in nerroni or physical ejJutution, adin all debilitating ailments that boar ao heavily on the system. Una it freely in my own family." MB. W. V. BBOWH, 657 Main Bt. CJorlDgton Ky.. an: "I was completely broken down in health and troubled with pains In my back. Brown's Iron Bitters entirely restored mo to health," Genuine has aboro Trade Mark and crowed red llnef on wrapper. Tnke no other. Made only by BBOWN CHEMICAL CO., UALT1MOUE, MB. CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000 " We do hereby ctrtiV that tw tupervue at arrangement for all the Monthly and Quar terly hravingt of the...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 19 January 1888

'."y1"' -i- i"H . w "jvi'fiwr- 1-"W'r,,t-kTf; Wf --Vrjll-8mil igi- 'wW' " ' '''!i ' H -iWo-' T i "ST rAT ?' 8 &&' DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAT. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. This Daily Bulletin will be delivered to any part of tho city at 0 cents a week, or one year for 93. Tiik Daily Bulletin to any poitofflce In tho United Btatea, postage prepaid, at tiventy five tents per mtnth or three dallart per year. THURSDAY KVEN'G, JAN. 19, 1888. M. Tiiodb ought to bo given a rest itpw. No one oyer doubttd Mr. Carlialo'a election, and the contest has ended just as everybody expected. Tiik a8ee8aed vttluo of property in Ken ton County thU year is $23,018,721, tho increase over the value in 1887 being a little lesfethan $1,000,000. - Tiik special judges in this State last year cost tho tax-payers $4,999 90, and as usual a. Republican district Judge Fin- loy's comes in for tho largest amount. . m , . Thkrb is a falling off of one hundred and ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 19 January 1888

THE TIMMMT JM THS LAUD! W. H. IKSADTB' $3.03- SHPB3, AT H3MATS; TRY A PATH, r fa. V ' . V. P' W- J-M "w V 3 n: !', V , ft ft. ,7 . w r ( $$ .rv Jl, KU v !.' O J ;4B ft' A, t s ' ii'' '. . v? to DAILT EVENING BtfLLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. THURSDAY EVEN', Ji-N. 19, 188. Indications, "Fair vicalher, warmer, followed by mow." 1 O I Fabot bananas, iweot oranges, Cal houn's. to to 0. T. Kneeream, on Third itraet, for your coal. Bmr ccreonsd coal at 0. T. Kneorcam'a, os Third street. Dr. J. L. Brow, of Mt. Sterling, has located at Morohead. Rice, better than L. Hill's, only 5 cants per pound, at G. W. Geiael's. Roastbd coffee, as good as Manilla, only 22 cents, at G. VT. Goi'sel'a. Touatom, better than L. Hill's, only $1.12$ per dozen, at G. W. Geieel's. Rv. Z. T. Oodt, of Mayslick, is en gaged in a protracted meeting at Ewing. Oldtimb sugar-home and fancy now crop molasses, cheap, al G. W. Gsiael'a. Aw exchange says Elder E. L. Powell, of Louisville,...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 19 January 1888

EFFECTS'OF WAR RUMOHS. GERMANS PREPARING TO EMIGRATE TO THE UNITED STATES. The flovemmont Rndoavorlng to Stop the Rush of the Outgoing Human Tldo The Austro-Russlan Frontier Soon t llcootno tho Scene of n Bloody Conflict London, Jon. 19. Ono thing cai. bo suroly doponded upon as a consequence of tho war rumors in Europo, that thoro will bo such an emigration from Germany to the United States in the coming spring as was never witnessed before. Information to this effect eomos from so many sources that it would Boom that all tho discontented who aro so cir cumstanced that they can possibly got away from the country will do so. Tho men, young and middlo-ngcd, drilled Into machine-like statidity, as they are, do not admire tho prospect of being shot at any more, than the inhabitants of less warlike na tions would, and tho most strenuous ofTorts are being made by tho civil and military bureaucracy of tho govornment to discourage and prevent the rush of tho outgoing human tide. Difficulti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 20 January 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VH. MA.YSVHiLE, KT. FRIDAY, JANUAKY 20, 1888. NTJMBER 50. OH! MY BACK Every strata or told attacks that weak back k uu nranj prostrates job. BRJSSr. iffl THE BEST TONIC RtrenarthcBB tho Muscles. Htcndlcs tho Nerves, Enriches tho Blood, Gives Now Vigor. DilJ, I, Mtkbs. Fairflold, Iowa, sajs: "Brown's Iron Bitten is the best Iron medicine I hite known in my 30 years' practice. I have fonnd it specially beneficial in nervous or physical oihaurtlon. pnysicai einaunion, that bear so bearily ana In all aeblnuuns auments luai pear so neai on tho fivstom. Use it freely in my own family." Mb. W. F. BbOWN, 837 Main St . CoTlnston, Ky . ays: "I was completely broken down in health and Hsablod with pains in my back. Brown's Iron ittors entirely restored me to health." Genuine has abovo Trade Mark and crosod red llnot on wrapper. Take no other. Made only by nitOWN CHEMICAL CO., BALTIMOKK, HOL CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000 " We do hereby tertify that we tupervue the arrangt...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 20 January 1888

5 'Fyf9m;fjyJHKr' " yftnftr i ' 'ift ?i wmim,- T "JSIW 3 c W" r s DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. , ROSSER fit MCCARTHY, Propriotora. JIATKS OF HUBHCllIVTION. Tiik Daily Bulletin will bo delivered to any pnrt of tlio city at 0 ceutsa week, or ono year for 83. Tim Daily Bulletin to any postofflco in tho United States, postago prepaid, at twenty five cents per month or three dollars per year. FJtIDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 20, 1888. Tni Louisvillo Times dooin't seom to bo mch worried oyer tho strike it and the Courier-Journal have on hand. To tho contrary it scorns to be taking things very coolly and announces to tho strikers and the public generally that it will soon' spead itself enlarge to an eight-page paper, without any increase in price. You can't down a good newspaper any more than you can a good man. At Versailles next Monday, the Coun ty Magistrates will be aBked to submit to the voters of "Woodford County a prop osition to subscribe $50,000 to tho stock of the Woodford R...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 20 January 1888

THE FINEST IN THE LAND! W. H. MSAISTS' $3,00 SHQ33, AT H3flTA.!Sr,3; TRY A PAIR. ., fe m I. lJrr I . ft jr i A , W1 .V" r fe i & If . ,'. '.k -" i" B i - i&v; , r4 DAEY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. ROSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. FRIDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 20. 1888. A Gold Wave. "Fair weather, colder. A cold wave by Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock." Fancy bananas, sweet oranges, Cal houn's. Onoicn rice only 5 conti at G. W. Geiiel'a. Go to 0. T. Kneeream, on Third street, for your coal. m Best screened coal at 0. T. Kneeroam's, on Third street. Tomatom none bettor only $1.12J a x dozen at G. W. Geisel's. Maple molasses, to arrive, only 80 cents per gallon, at G. W. Geisel's. i m O - ' M'Llb Gerard's Female Minstrels stranded at Lexington this week. o Am increase of pension has been grant ed Jesso Carpenter, of Mt. Carmel. Johk Loutrt, of Bradford, Bracken County, has been granted a pension. Rav. J. P. Hkkdbick, of Flemingsburg, is assisting in a protraotcd meeting at...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 20 January 1888

-I-T - l"T A-. - - iTflEnOMEEULE QUESTION MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE BRITISH QOVERTMENT IMAGINED. POINTED PARAQRAPHS. Advances Made- to Mr. Justin McCartney For a Compromise Seven Ilundrod Thousand Moro Soldier for tho Gorman Army Othor Foreign Dispatches. London, Jan. 20. Ths controversy and comment exoltod by tho pusortionln a recent jpeech by Mr. J. G. Sh cr-Lofovro that Sir Henry Drummond TVfclflt and anothor gon tleman In behalf of the Conservatives at tempted to negotiate with Mr. Justico Mo Carty, aa a representative of the Parnellito party, for a virtual compromise of tho Home Rule question has sot many persona to won dering whothcr thoro really have not been made attempts on tho part of tho Tories to pave the way to a graceful withdrawal from tho, In many respects, almost untenable po sition tho govornmont now occupies in Ireland. Having gone so far In tho enforcement of tho coorcion act, really further than it had I intondod to go when tho law was passod, tho government canno...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 21 January 1888

THE EYENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VH. MATSVUiliE, KY. SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1888. NUMBER 51. OH! MY BACK Ererr strain or eeld attacks that weak back I. tsu ncsrij proiiroics job. BRM5f C3 !5 m THE BEST TONIC ? Rtrntmrthnnn tlm MumcIor. Steadies tho Nerrct Enriches the Blood. Gives Now Vigor. DaJ. L. Mtbiui. FalrfleJd, lows. Bare: "Brown's Iron Bittors is tho best Iron medicine I hate known in my 80 yers' practice. I havo found it pociaUr beneficial in nerronfl or phrslcal exhaustion, and in all debilitating ailments that boar so hoaTUj on the system. Uooit t reel in ray own I omily." MB. VT. P. BBOWK, 637 Main St.. Covington. Kr., ays: "I was completely broken down in health and iroublod with pains in my back. Brown's Iroa litters entirely restored mo to health." Genulno has shore Trade Mark and crossed red Hnef on wrapper. Take no other. Made only by BUOWN CHEMICAL CO.. IIALTIUOIIK, UD. CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000 " We do hereby certify that we tupervue th4 arrangement for all the Monthly a...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 21 January 1888

DAEY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. .rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. HATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tub Daily Bulletin will be delivered to any part of the city nt 0 coats a week, or one yenr for 83. The Daily Bullktin to any postofflco In the United States, postngo prepaid, at twenty five cents per month or three dollars per year. SATURDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 21, 1888. HNMnHaMMMNHMMMMNMnMHaiUUHMII A AKLRor lohool at Morehead, which Btartod with ono pupil, now has forty fiTO and other are Reeking admission. Thia iagood news from Rowan, Tub news comca from Washington City that it will tako eighty million dol lara to pay the pensioners this year. And tho veterans aran't satisfied jet. Bills for the relief of Felix F. Wnrron, John Sorrel, Anderson McKinley, Sarah Cora, Richard French and Mary J. Dodd have been introduced in the House by Congressman Thomas, and were referred to tho Committee on Invalid Pensions. Mr- Randall has been knocked out in tho first round in Pennsylvania. The Key ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 21 January 1888

THE FINEST IN THS LAND! W. H. MSAN3' $3.09 SHDS3, AT HPNAN'S; TRY A PAIR, lasts and r mi :, So says tlie Signal Service. The "Red Corner's" present closing sale shall certainly be of SIGNAL SERVICE to all who take advantage of it. Just note what we are doing. We have selected from our stock THREE "HUNDRED AND FIFTY MEN'S AND YOUTH'S SUITS, worth $12, $14, $16, $18 and $20, that we have placed on sale and will give you choice of for ColdB Blizzards for J an y and Feb y. ggjLCj mmmmw I-. 'L-W . t ! 1 ft- V . , ' -l , I' . V-, 2t t - ti 'kV 5", i. -M V: i" J" A . tf &' -V y -O This, along with the enormous cut we have made in prices on our OVERCOATS, UNDERWEAR and FUR CAPS, will make a sale that will live in the memory of all who take advantage of it for years Such sacrifices were never before heard of in the Clothing trade of this country. Come early that you may secure some of the choice lines we are offering at such ruinous low prices. LOUIS ZECH & CO- oRed VUl U.WMHUJIJJ Bj...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 21 January 1888

FREEZING AND STARVING. FEVER AND FAMINE RAGING AMONG THE RUSSIAN SOLDIERS. The Czar Must Kltlier Iliutcn to Mako War or Withdraw His Troops Impossible to Remain In Camp Two Months Eonger. Two Hundred Italians Killed Notes. Bkulin, Jan. 21. Typhoid fever Is raging among tbo Russian troops on tho Gallcian border, and is causing groot fatalities. Many soldiers have frozen or starved to death. Military men say that it is impossible for tho armies to romalu encamped for two months longer if the sovero woathor continues. Tho czar must hasten either to mako war or withdraw his troops from tho frontier, Two Hundred Italians Killed. London, Jan. 21. A report from Mas sowah states that 200 Italian riflemen whilo out scouting wero probably killed by tho Abyssinians nrar Saati. Tho party has boon out for throe days and bos not been hoard from, The Fopo Will Not Interfere. Rome, Jan. 21. It is hardly probablo thftt tho popo will seriously intorforo botwben Ireland and Great Britain. Tho popo can...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 23 January 1888

1e l THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME vn. MATSVXLLE, KT. MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1888. NUMBER 52. OH! MY BACK Krerr strain or cold attacks that weak back t onu neany prostrates jon. THE BEST TONIC Strengthens tho JUusclcs, titcmllea tlio Nerves. Enriches the Blood, Gives New Vigor. Da J. L. Msihib. Fairfield, Iowa, says: "Brown's Iron Bitters isthe best Iron medietas X hare known in my SO years' practice. I have found it specially beneficial in nervosa or physical oihoustion, and in all debilitating ailments that bear so heavily on the system. Ueo it freely in my own family." MB, W. F. BnoWN, 637 Main St , Oovinston. Ky.. says: "I was completely broken down in health and tnmblod with pains in my back. Brown's Iron Bitters entirely restored me to health." Genuine has above Trade Mark and crowod red line on wrapper. Tnko no other. Made only by BItOWN CHEMICAL CO., UALTlMOllE, MO. J. JAMES WOOD, DRUGGIST, MAYSVILLE. GENERAL INSURANCE Life, Fire, Accident Marine and Tornado. Tho companies repre...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 23 January 1888

ft. DA ILY EVENING BULLETIN. ii .i . ! I. i -.... HaIlYJZXCEPT SUNDAY. rossek & McCarthy, Proprietors. HATliS OF UUHHCMPTION. The Daily JJum.ktin will bo delivered to any pari ol tho city nt 0 cents u week, or owe year for fc.'l. The Daily Bulletin to auy postofllco lu tho United Ktntos, post ago prepaid, nt twenty' five cents per month or three dollars per year. MONDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 23, 1388 " Tho Baptists and tho Amorican Biblo Society. Editor Bulletin : In the opening para graph of Mr. Cecil's last article he gives ns one of his reasons for continuing tho discussion my "persistency in bringing tho matter before tho public." After this preface it is rather strange to And that almost the whole of his long article is n second reply to my first communication. Mr. Cecil' first attacks my statement that "the Baptists wero among the first nnd most liberal supporters of tho society, if not the real founders," calling it a "zealous boast, unsupported by the facts of history, Ac." And y...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 23 January 1888

THE FINEST IW THE EASTS! W. H. MSA-STS' $3.0 D SH0B3, AT HOJtTAWS; T3.1T A PAIR. 18 F,3i. -,- V- ;v r. f W DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT StNDiY. RQSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. MONDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 23. 1888. Rev. Thomas Haxfoed is on the sick list. Fancy bananas, sweot oranges, Cal houn's. Mild, Boothing, and healing is Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. Rbpuesextative Gooding spent yoster- dny with his family at Mayeliuk. Amhiuacak poas, better and cheaper than imported, at G. W. GoiseFa. dtf OLD-timo sugar-house nd fancy now crop of molasses cheap, at G. W. Geiscl's. W. R. Collins and MiBS Flora Voll, of Sardis, wore married at Abordeon yei torday. Councilman Robert Ficklin, who has been quito ill for several days, wai bettor yeatorday, and is improving. Navigation is ontirely suspended on account of ico. The Eoatona was tho last boat down at 9 a. m. yestorday. R. W. Bkan, who has been engaged in tho life insurance business in this section several months, left last Saturday for...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 23 January 1888

r ffo-wv?) "ST" 'I'jffivVilil" -wjr7-j -ii-iif-- ' -- ICE THAT NEVER MELTS. Heat Equal to That of Oar Latitude Without Effect In Aliuka. It is rcmarkablo Indeed that so much of tho Burfaco ground on tho Yukon is frozen solid to a depth of several feet. It is nil tho moro bo when wo como to rcalizo tho fact that dur ing tho summer it gets as hot there as in tho south. During tho heat of tho past season tho minors found it a groat convenience to go In bathing in tho streams at least twico a day, and to seok shady places in which to rock tho gold out of tho gravel. At tho break ing up of winter tho hours of sunshine aro rapidly increasing, and continue so until midsummer, when tho sun beams forth twenty-two hours out of tho twenty-four, whilo on tho high mountain peaks it is for n period of several days in Juuo not entirely out of sight tho twenty-four hours. But during all this heat and long days of continuous sunshino tho sun's rays do not penetrate tho heavy mosses that cover nearly...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
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