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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 15 February 1882

R W DAILY EVENING BULLETIN PUR WEEK SIX GENTS MIlfcVrLF NU WISER UJVE CKXT Tl It is welcomed in the house holds of men of both political parties for the reason that it is more of a newspaper than n po litical journal KtSkk -- - u r Its wide circulation therefore makes it a valuable vehicle for business announcements which wc respectfully invite to our columns Advertising Rates Low Liberal discount where adver tisers use both the daily and weekly For rates apply to rosser McCarthy WA Publishers JOB WOEK 4 Of all kinds neatly promptly AiVdlieagly done at the office of the Daily Bulletin HEW TO THE LINE LET THE CHIPS PALL WHERE THEY MAY N Published cvevv afternoon and delivered in this citv the sub urbs and Aberdeen bv our car riers at 6 CENTS a wetk BLUEGUASS IftOXJXK Kentucky Central R R J HE MOST I FAIR A liLE Rh VI E TO CINCINNATI FREE PARLOR CARS KETWEEX LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI nine table in riled Mareh JI r lSSI Leave Lexington TJJ a m Leave Maysvllle 5lo a m Leae Palis 2l a m L...

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. — 15 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVENING FEB 15 1882 Thure are 21GU national banks in the United States The Lexington Agricultural and Me ohanical Association has 450980 cash over all liabilities The Greeenback State Convention meets in New York February 22 to consider n call for a national convention and other business Damages by the recent flood in Tennes see river between Paditcah Ky and Florence Tenn are estimated at over 500000 It is thought that Governor Hawkins of Tennessee will issue a proclamation in a fewdaysconveningthe Legislature in ex- traordinary session to consider the State debt question The Yeoman savs that Mr John R Proctor has received the information from England that a party of forty five immi grants from that country are on their way to Kentucky The sub committee of the House Com mute on Territories have decided to re port to the full committee in favor of ad mitting Washington Territory into the Union of States - 8 - It is reported that as a result of the se ...

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. — 15 February 1882

DAIIiY EVENING BULLETIN WEDNESDaTWeNING FEB 15 1882 Although aesthetic power rule3 In all the ways we go And sternly orders us to shun A tasto for all thats low A weakness that we must confess Wo find beyond control Impels us all to hanker for A low down kind of coal The river is about stationary to dav J W Bateman has removed to Texas There is very litttle sickness here just now Pine Apple Hams lor sale at George IT Ileisers Mdw2w The decline in the price of coal is most welcome - - No new cases of smallpox are reported at Lexington Dwelling houses are very scarce aud in great demand Tub tobacco market in Fleming county is very active just now John Turner of Mt Gilead was badly hurt by a fall a few days ago -- Richard Applegato sold his crop of to bacco for 15 a hundred pounds Dan Talijott a prominent citizen of Bourbon county dropped dead Saturday Maysville is cmjoying a first rate busi ness this week Nearly everybody is busy Messrs Dug an Bko are buying a large number of walnut l...

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. — 15 February 1882

Habit of Untruth Some men seem to have a constitu tional inability to tell the simple truth bey may not mean to lie or tell an un truth But they are careless careless iu hearing careless in understanding care less in repeating what is said to them Those well meaning but reckless people do more mischief than those who inten tionally foment strife by deliberate false hood There is no firebrand like your well meaning busybody who is continu ally in search of scandal and by sheer habit misquotes everybodys statement This carelessness is a sin of no small magnitude A mans duty to his fel lows requires him to be careful for what else were brains and common sense given him V Of course that other class the malignant scandal mongers who take a fiendish pleasure in pro moting strife who deliberately garble mens words and twist their sentiments is in the minority and people have a very decided opinion regarding them Moj t men misrepresent because they dont seem to think that care in speak ing ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 February 1882

MILY PER WEEK SIX CENTS SINOLi KUMllEIt ONE CENT DAILY B THE Published every afternoon and delivered in this city the sub urbs and Aberdeen by our car riers at 6 CENTS a week It is welcomed in the house holds of men of both political parties for the reason that it is more of a newspaper than a po litical 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 adver tisers use both the daily and weekly For rates apply to rosser McCarthy Publishers JOB WOEK Of all kinds neatly promptly and cheaply done atthe office ofthe Daily Bulletin EVENING BLUEGRASS ROUTE Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE 110 US E TO CINCINNATI ONL Y LINE Ji UNN1XU FREE PARLOR CARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table in effect March 31 1881 Leave Lexington 780 a rn 215 p in Leave Maysville 5 l a m lJ30 p m Leave Paris 8 0 a in 3iu p in Leave Cynthiana 855 a m ilMO p m Leave F...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN THURSDAY EVENING FEB 1G 1882 John 0 New of Indiana has been ap pointed Assistant Secretary of the treasury A petition 5000 feet long is in Washing ton asking the abolishment of bank de posit check and draft tax Tiik Kentucky Central Railroad Com pany has decided to build a new passen genger depot at Paris in the spring A bill has been prepared for the Ohio Legislature authorizing a levy for the building of a morgue in Cincinnati DGilman Houcii of Covington Ky for some years in the treasury department as storekeeper under Custodian Pitney has been removed Tiik National Board of Health reports a slight increase of small pox in various parts of the country particularlv in St Louis and Michigan o Intelligent friends of President Ar thur are beginning to look upon the pres sent management of the state department as the leading defect of his administration TiiiiWmbers of the Kentucky Hemp Producers Association met Monday at Lexington and decided by resolutions to ad...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN THURSDAYEVENING FEB 1G 18S2 Fok liearly fifty years he kept His wutch outsido the door Where brethren of the Mystic Tie Meet on the checkered tloor 3Io kept his ward right faithfully In all these years gone by Until the Master called him hence To Tile a Lodge on high Pine Apple Hams for sale at George H Heisers Mdw2w Sliced ham and beef on sale at G W G eisels Equity Grocery f lG2wd Felix Lowky of Bourbon county sold his tobacco at 20 cents a pound It is said to be the best crop grown in the county the past season The hemp growers of Bourbon Wood ford Clark Jessamine and Scott counties report tlio crop of 1SS1 will be 50 per cent less than the previous one A Lexington Ky special says that be lief in the innocence of Neal and Craft the alleged Ashland murderers under sen tence of death is steadily gaining ground - i As willbe seen by the retail market re port published elsewhere Maysville Fami ly and Limestone flour has declined fifty cents on the barrel and Ma...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 February 1882

Local Newspapers Seneca Falls Reveille The editing of a local newspaper is no light task as many are led to believe The identity and and personality of the editor cannot be concealed or avoided he speaks himself and alll his readers know him and upon him rests the whole responsibility of all he says Self-respect and an ardent desire to do well and to deserve well at the hands of his sub scribers and patrons prompt him to strive constantly in season and out of season so to conduct his journal as to reflect credit upon himself and upon the community in which it is published The first and most essential thing in the conduct of a country journal is to have it clean No line or word should be admitted to its columns that might not be repeated in the frmily circle In its dealings with men it should be fair and just if occasion should arise for praise or blame it should be justly me ted out Personal prejudice and bias for good or ill should never control the edi torial columns As a purveyor...

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. — 17 February 1882

v ss DAILY EVENING BULLETIN PER WEKH SIX CENTS SIXUEE XUHJUJCK ONE CENT THE tf I I Km 1 J Vv fc Euawui 1 BIB Published every afternoon and delivered in this city the sub urbs and Aberdeen by our car riers at 6 CENTS a week It is welcomed in the house holds of men of both political parties for the reason that it is more of a newspaper than a po litical 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 adver tisers use both the daily and weekly For rates apply to rosser McCarthy Publishers J JOB WOEK Of all kinds neatly promptly and cheaply done at the office of the Daily Bulletin r r HEW TO THE LINE LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY MAYSITCLLE FRIDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 17 1882 BLUEGRASJ5 120X7X13 Kentucky Central R R THE MO ST DES1RA BLE R 0 VI E TO C9SyC3NATl oxl y line i uyyjxa FREE PAELOE CARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table in etfecl Iarel...

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. — 17 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING FEB 17 18S2 A jjim lias been presented in Congress establishing n murine hospital at Ports mouth Ohio Govkkxoh Cameron of Virginia has signed the Itiddloberger Jlepudiation Bill and it is now a law Sakgkaxt Mason the soldier crank who had an inspiration to remove Guitoau is to be tried by court martial immedi ately Ax application has been made to thcSu preme Court of Tennessee to permit the funding to proceed if the bonds have not attached coupons receivable for taxes It is intimated from Washington that Gen Burbrfdge is to have a hand in giv ing out oflices in Kentucky It is now in order for Burbridges old friends to make themselves knovi - - - - Tiik Virginia Iteadjusters are quarreling fiercely over the distribution of oflices by Mahone in that State The disatisfaction is great and promises to permanently di vide the ranks of the Pepudialors Tjik contested election case of Cannon against Campbell is now in the hands of the House Committee on ...

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. — 17 February 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN FRIDAveFiNG FEB 17 18S2 Last night our honored City Dads In solemn council meeting Did resoluto to send these words Unto tho poople greoting Regarding city ofllcers Tostuto thocnso in brief Woll compromise by letting you Pick out the Police Chief The river is rising The railroad news is not bad to day Sliced ham and beef on sale at G W Geisela Equity Grocery flG2vd Iluius Martin is to take charge of the Bank Hotel at Ripley next April Mr Albert is engaged moving hid stock to the new store on Second street The wife of Mr Newton Jackson for merly of Ripley died a few days ago at Ironton m Mr L P Dietericii has for sale a good dwelling house in East Maysville See ad vertisement James Mulligan who escaped from the Georgetown Ohio jail was recaptured by the sheriff of Brown countv -a The retail market printed in the Bulle tin is changed every day br Mr G VV Geisel and may be relied upon as correct The congregation of the First Presby terian Church will worship at t...

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. — 17 February 1882

A Just Compliment Correspondence of the Courior Jonrnil The Chief Clerk of the Senate Hon W V Prather continues to win golden opin ions from all quarters but especially from Senators for his untiring industry perfect familarity with all the duties of Ins office and partfcuhirly with parliamentary rules and usages and his unchanging urbanity of demeanor and accommodating disposi tion toward all having any business or desiring any information from his depart ment of the public service All reporters especially are under obligations to Mr Prather for his wonderful patience with them when rushing to his desk for n for mation at times frequently when he can not well afford to be interrupted B who runs a country store and einployed a number of wood choppers one day met an old debtor Well Jones said B are you out of work V Yes sir he replied Would you go to work for me and have it credited to your old account if I should make it very easy for you inquired I dont know how will vou fix it ans...

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. — 26 March 1883

.WBHK'SBfffiA 1M W VSV hs f Kf , . :'" ' X ; " . T' ? ?r ;tfi - if x T of W'AW M-- f '' $: ;. .iKjI' ..MT1. f ', SI .3RVHKMIf.fi 1 rT? MVTB TBtJ ' fca f XLybAMI DAILY mwam BUL "HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS PALL WHERE THEY MAY." VOLUME 2. MAYSVILLE, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 28, 1883. NUMBER 106. TELEGRAPHIC. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. ITanlan wants to row Ross for $2,000 a side. Good Friday was gcnorally observed throughout the country. The orchards of Iowa aro reported to bo oil killed by the cold weather. Mas. Jane Howard was burned to death while burning brush near Napton, Mo. Capt. Jamks B. Eads will resign his position on the Mississippi Kivcr Commission. Tiik Wisconsin Scnato bill, fixing the price of public land at $2 60 per aero, has passed. Hanlan, the world's champion sculler, will row Kennedy at Point of Pines, near Boston, May 30. Edwin Buroe.h is in jail at Ft. Worth, Texas, charged with a nameless crime on two little boys. WisniNQTON reports being visited by a tropical snow stor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 March 1883

DAILY WVRNING BULLETIN. MONDAY EVE., MARCH 20, 1883, esrTKHM.s : The Kvknjno Bulletin 1r r ubllshed dully, ami wrvod tree of postage nt tfent pcrweek;2.icpnlH per mnntu;75 rents per three mouth ;51.fiU per six months, and J3 oerjonr, payable In advance. " puraoiis are tiicMitlioii.ed agents for the Dailv Hul xktis nt the places named. Contracts for .subscription or advertising may be madn with thetn: W.Hult. SHANNON Wm. Clary. Minkkva W. II. Huwes. Mt, Myers. J. A JncltNon, Fkhn Leak Harry HurKoyne. Gkumantows T. J. Kncklcy A Co. Washington Mrs. Anna Thomas. 5,000. The above number represents the clrcula each week oi the Daily and Wkkkly Advertisers aro invited to cult and usMtre t' cuiselvoi of the truth or the statement, mid they are requested to bear In mind that our la es for advertising are the lowest. To Correspondents. Our yooil friends in the country who have from time to time favored us with the news of their respective neighborhoods are requ sted to deal only with mat ters...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 March 1883

I I !'... DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, monday eve., march 2g, 1883. rosseb & McCarthy, rUHLIHUKKS AND PROPRIKTOUS. Again old MaysvluVaoretty girls. Arrangements have begun, To give us circus men would say, "Three flrst class shows In ouo." And If you've got the hardihood, A ticket not to buy, You might as well go mako your will And choone a plnco to die. There was a false fito alarm sounded Saturday afternoon. The Grand Army Post in Chester now has a membership of fifty. Entkhtainmknts are now in order to a tone for the forty days of self-denial. '' ' i Tuo Bostona and Scotia are due up to nicht. They will arrive about midnight, Tiik Bulletin's owl is indebted for a high compliment to three of the most charming ladies in the city. Pkter Cunklikg, of Ripley, the well known clown, has gone to Mexico, Mo., to join James Robinson's circus. Owners of stock ar6 informed that they can have their bills printed at this office on the most favorable terms. Give us a call. Tub sixty inch saw acc...

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. — 26 March 1883

A RUPTURE IMMINENT, M All Event We Are Informed that i Our Present Amicable IteJntlon With England Are Apt to lie Disturbed. Nkw York, March 25. A rumor is current in Washington that Minister West has informed the State Department that Lord Granvillo Instructs him to say that the violent eiprcssions, which certain professed American citizens have given utterance to since tho dynamite explosion in London, may disturb tho otherwise amicable relations existing between England and tho United Stated. In answer to an inquiry, Minister West replied that of course he could suy nothing in his oilieiul capacity, nnd he would not admit that this Government had been notified of any such instructions to him, but he Baid that Her Majesty's Government could do no less than take some cognizance of sentiments given vent to by O'Donovan ltossa and his associates, Fiunerty and others, through their newspapers und otherwise, and that he hud expected just such instructions from Karl Granville. "I'm grat...

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. — 27 March 1883

.tJiAA, I- DAILY h V rj IN UN li BULLETIN "HEW TO THE LtNE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY." VOLUME 2. MAYSVILLE, TUESDAY EyBNIMG, MfiBCH 27, 1881 NUMBER 107. IHE HEWS IN BRIEF "Black lko " baa broken ou t among th cuttle of Texas. Mrs. Mkllissa Cowan suicided with a raror at Killcm, Texas. Ed. Nobles, recently acquitted of dcr, was ussassinated near Peoria, 111. John 0. White, of Salincsvillo, 0., was crushed to death by a train. Elijah Henderson was fatally shot by Silas Johnson at a country danco in Arkansas . A judgment of $381 was forcibly collected from Remcnyi, tho celebrated violinist, at Chicago. The announcement comcc over tho wires ihat tho Hon. Samuel J. Tilden's physical condition 1b improving. Altred C. Cox, a member of the Y. M. C. A., of Milwaukee, has confesBcd to the commission of a scries of thefts. Mose Piatt, said to havo served with tho Duko of Wellington at Waterloo, died at Akron, 0., aged ninety-three years. Under, tho now Civil Service law women will bo ...

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. — 27 March 1883

DAILY BVKNING BULLETIN, , ... i i !'' -- TUESDAY I5VK., MARCH 27. 1883. Kvknino Hdllktin Is published dally, nnd nerved Ireo of postage at 4 cents per week j 25 cents per inontu;7fi cents per three mouth ; 91.50 per hIx months, and 3 per year, payable in advance. OUR AGENTS. -Tho following persons nre the uuthoil&'d agents for the Daily Hul lktin nt the placis named. Contracts for subscription or udvertlMng may be made with them: W.Sult. Shannon Win. Clary. H. Hawe. Mr. Olivrt Peter Myers. Maysmck J. A Jackson, Kkkn IjKAK Harry Hurgoyno, Uekmantown T. J. Kuekloy it Co. Washington Mr, Anna Thomas. iSiSlS E? ,000. The above number represents the clrcula Hon, each week of the Daily and Weekly PI'Llktin. Advertisers are Invited to call and assure themselves ot the truth of the statement, and they are requested to bear In mind that our ra en for advertising are the lowot. Tin; Grand Lodo of Knights of Honor of Kentucky will meet nt Louisville, April 10th. A St, Louis estimate of tho ...

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. — 27 March 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, TUESDAY EVE., MARCH 27, 1883. bosseb & McCarthy, PUBLISHERS AND mOPHIKTOUB. iis? Unto our frlonds, the Washington, f Wo herein give a hint. About a thing which broadly said Will not look well in print. Those float, you know, uro vory hard ; JuHt hero our langungo falls; Glvoussomethlug softer, please; Havo mercy on our souls. Ibn't it timo tho bridge sidewalk was repaired ? A nkw and neator head will grace the Daily Bullktik tomorrow. Mbsbrs, J. II. IlAhh& Co., shipped a Jargo lot of plows yesterday. Tiik Daily Bullktin will be mailed to any address, postage paid, for $3 a year. Mn. Y, W. Ball's two double houses on Third street, East Maysrilloaro about completed. m Tjik Alice Oates Onora Comnanv will appfe&r at 'tho Opera llohse on' Thursday, Aril Tiikuk will bo prayer meeting at the Christiiuv Church, Thursday evening nt tlio usual hour. We have had tho pleasure of adding many names to tho subscription list of tho Daily Bullktik since yesterday....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 27 March 1883

V WESTERN OROPS, A. poon rnosPEcr ron wuead Ponch Trcc Itcportod to bo In Splei did Condition. iNDiAVArous, March 20. Tho rcporta ol the growiug whont crop from 150 represcn tativo localities in tho wheat section of Indiana and Illinois aro very discouraging. Tho altcrnato freezing and thawing weather of tho past two weeks has been very bad for tho wheat, especially on the thinner ground. An experienced grower writes: "On old clay fields it looks worse than I havo seen it for ten years. I have oxamincd the wheat in Carroll, Cass, Clinton, Tippecanoe, Pulaski, and Boone counties, and base my opinion on these observations." In this neighborhood many fields aro reported entirely dead, and if the prosont weather continues several fields will bo plowed under. On the lino of the rivers tho report is that on the lowlands tho crop is doing fairly well, but on tho uplands it is badly injured. Good weather may possibly bring out much that now looks poor. In Illinois, and as far West as St Lou...

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