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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 24 January 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME vn. MAYSVUJDE, KY. TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1888. NUMBER 53. OH! MY BACK Srtrr itraln or cold attacks that weak back ,. ana nearly prostrates job. BKMi fe 2; THE a 154 BEST TONIC ? Strengthens tbo Muscles, Steadies the Nerves, Enriches the Blood, ;ivesNow Vigor. Dn. J. h. Myers. Falrflold, Iowa, sajs: "Brown's Iron Bitters is tbo best Iron medicine I have known In my SO yean' practice. I have found it specially baneflcial in nervous or physical exhaustion, nd in all debilitating ailments that bear so heavily on the system. Use it freely in ray own family." Ma. W. P. Bbowm, 637 Main St.. Covington. Ky., says: "I was completely broken down in health and troubled with pains in my back. Brown's Iron Bitters entirely restored me to health." Genuine has above Trado Mark and crnerod red lino on wrapper. TnUc no utlicr. Made only by B1IOW.N CHEMICAL CO., UALTIMOKE, AID. J, JAMES WOOD, DRUGGIST. MATSYILLE. GENERAL INSURANCE Life, Fire, Accident Marine and Tornado. Th...

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. — 24 January 1888

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY ROSSER & MCCARTHY. Proprietors. JtATKH OF aVUSCRlPTlON. The Daily Bum.ktin will be delivered to any part of tho city nt 0 contsu week, or one yenr for 83. The Dailv Bulletin to any postofflce In the United States, postage prepaid, at twenty' five cent per month or three dollars per year. TUESDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 24, 1888 Tnic Board of Supervisors of Bracken County added $74,430 to the assessment of property in that county, making tho as sessed value this yaar $2,685,070. A. J. Eed, of Richmond, a prominent Oddfellow of this State, has been at Washington City, and wants to ho made Aesociato Justice of Idaho Territory. Kkitucky has 2,342 miles of railroad, their gross earnings last year amounting to $12,309,721 an increase of over $2,000, 000 over the earnings the yoar before. Tjir City Council of Cleveland, O., has reduced tho price of gas from $1.25 to $1.00 per thousand feet. Tho company niadoa big kick, but the courts have sus tained th...

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. — 24 January 1888

THE FINEST I8T TH3 I.AN3! W. H. ai3Al!J3' $3.08 S HP'S 3, AT HJA'S; Tag A PAIR. i $ -' V DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SlNDW. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. TUESDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 24. 1888. Indications : " Colder, followed by fair, warmer weather." Fancy bananas, sweet oranges, Cal houn's. Mild, soothing, and healing ia Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. A riKsioir has been allowed James Drydon, of Manchester, 0. m Aueriacav peas, better and cheaper than imported, at G. W. Geisel's. dtf OxD-time sugar-house and fancy now crop of molasses cheap, at G. W. Geisel's. "W. 0. Pbnhywitt, publisher of the Republican in former years, is now en gaged in business at Chicago. . Pat Rookkt will appear at the opera houso on the 3rd of noxt month, and Lillian Lewis on the 17th and 18th. Mr, Samukl GoiipKnaarrived to-day, and will speak at the court house to night. All are invited to hear him. Rov. R. B. Garrett left yesterday to visit Dr. T. T. Eaton, of Louisville, and attend the Moody revival...

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. — 24 January 1888

THE COMING STRUGGLE. A RUSSIAN GENERAL ON THE PROBA BILITIES OF WAR. THE WHYO LEADER HANGED. Dan. Driscoll Executed In the Tombs Prison Vard, Now York City. Nkw York, Jan. 'M. Daniel Driscoll, tho loader of tho Whyo gang, wbo murdered "BecsJo" Garrlty, June 20, 1&80, was hanged In the Tombs prison yard at 7:34 a. m. to- I day- Driscoll spent most of last night in writing letters of farewell and chatting with tho j death watch. Ho arose early and ate a light breakfast consisting of coffee and toast, and this over resumed his talk with bis spiritual advUers. Shortly after 7 o'clock, the sheriff called on him and read tho death warrant, and a few minutes later tho death march began. An Expert Snys Russia- la Slow, hut Whon Sho Gets Started Slio Is a Tcrroi An other Attompt to Hold a Mooting In Trafalgar Square Foreign Notes. London, Jan. 24. It is beyond doubt that tho powerful war party In Russia has several times in the last two months nearly succeeded In committing tho czar to a...

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. — 25 January 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOIAJME VII. MATSVILIiE, KY. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 35, 1888. NUMBER 54. jW" BROWN'S RON BITTERS OraMning IROlf TrlU FURK TEGETADLK TONICS, qaleldr and completely CLEANSES and ESRICHES TUB BLOOD. Oalekena tie action of the Lher and Elaner. Clean tho eonpVoxlon, makes the skin smooth. It does not In) are the teth, cause headache, or produce con-ailpatlon-ALIi OTHKI1 IUON MKDIC1NES DO. physicians and Druggists orerwhere recommend It. Da. N. B. RuaoLES, of Marion. Mass., says: "1 tvoommend Brown's Iron Bittern as a raluable tonlo tor enriching the blood, and remoring all drcpeptu ersiptoina. It doea not hurt tho teeth." Da. R. M. Delzili, RernoMs, Ind,, east: "t fcjiTo proscribed Brown's Iron Litters in cases of anemia and blood diseases, also when a tonio was seeded, and it has proved thoroughly satisfactory." Mr. Wk, BtrjS, S8 Bt. Mary Bt . New Orleans, La , ays: " Brown's Iron Bitters relieved me in a case 4 blood poisoning, and I heartily commend it to those nfwfi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 25 January 1888

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDA Y. R05SER & McCarthy, Proprietors. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Thk Daily Bulletin will bo delivered to any part of the city nt cents a week, or one year for 8:t. Thk Daily Bulletin to nuy postofllce In the United States, postago prepaid, at twenty' five cent per month or three dollars per year. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 25, 1888. Thb asiesiod valuation of property in Boylo County this year ii $6,797,417, about $SO,000 more thai it was last yoar. Genbbal Jon it W. Fiinill, a well known Kentuckinn who is ill at Helena, Montana, was reported sinking fast Mon day, and his physician lays he can not possibly live much longer. So fab this month the Government rccoipta amount to $23,749,0511 and the expenditures to $10,456,318. And Con gress has not yet done anything to reduce tho revenues. The surplus is growing ovory day. Says tho Manckester 8ignal : "There aro rumors of a revival of the Ohio Valley railroad project. It is said the Pennsylvania Cent...

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. — 25 January 1888

THE FINEST IKT THIS LAM1! W. H. MSAW3' $3.09 SH0S3, AT H9 3TtV?F3; TRY .a PAIR, at. v. ?'. . , ., .$ !;' lv 1 K ' x. V4 . Sk- v " " v . t DAEY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 25. 1888. Indicatioxs " Warmer, folloved by fair, colder weather." Bwkst Oranges 25c. dozen Calhoun's. Mild, soothing, and healing 1b Dr. Sage'B Gatarrh Remedy. You can get groceries aa cheap at Han cock's aa any place in the city. tf .mm Notice of the dissolution of J. 0. Pecor fe Co. appears elsewhere in this issue. Johh N. LA.nc.mnR, of Falmouth, is among "Uncle Sam's" new pensioners. A. S. 0. Sxapp has been appointed postmaster at Salt Well, Nicholas County. OLD-timo sugar-house and fancy now crop of molasses cheap, at G. W. Geisel's. Joshua Mihbab, of Tollosboro, was granted an increase of pension Monday. Councilman Ficklix was able to sit up some yesterday, and continues to im prove. Dk. Wnir FianfiR, of Carlisle, will wed Misa Alice Remin...

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. — 25 January 1888

THE MINERS' STATEMENT.! THEY PREPARE AN ANSWER TO MR. CORBIN'S LETTER. , What Thoy "Want Is a Boils of Wages to no Advanced In Proportion to tho Advance In Coal I'ottnvlllo Collieries Said to Ho Preparing to Resume "Work. Pottsville, Pa,, Jan. 25. Tho miners' Joint committee prepared an answer yester day to President Corbin's statement Tho document recites tho history of tho agreement between tho miners and tho company and says that it was accepted by all parties concernod, as it could not bo ozpected that any person or committee of average it.tclligenco would enter into an agreement with tho receivers binding on tho mon that would not bo bind ing on tho company, and this was tho viow taken of tho matter by both sides, when tho memorandum was under consideration. Tho minors' refly continues: "Mr. Cor bin's statement that during thoso four months tho minors were paid in addition to basis wages tho sum of 1 341,000 is good evl- , dencethat for ten years back tho miners have boon paid ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 26 January 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME vn. MAYSVLLIiE, KY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1888. NUMBER 55. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS CoaAlnlnff IBOK with PUBE VEGETABLE TOHIOS, quickly and completely CXEAHSES ad KXBICHES TIIK BLOOD. Quickens the action of tho IAtc and Kldncjs. Clean tho complexion, makes the skla smooth. Itdoesnot Injure the teeth, came headache, or produce eoa-tlpUon-AlIi OTIIEB IBON MEDICINES DO. Fhrsiclant and Drag gists everywhere recommend It. Dn, N. 8. Tluaaixa, of Marlon, Mass saxst "I recommend Brown's Iron Bitten u a Tamable tonlo for enriching tho blood, and romoTing all dispeptla symptoms. ns, c does nothnrt tho teeth." Dn. II. If. Dei-zeix, Remolds, Ind says: Mt Bare prescribed i prescribed Drown's Iron Jiitten In cues or aniemta and blood diseases, also when a tonlo nu seeded, and ithia proTed thoroughly satisfactory." Mb. "Wm. Brans, 88 Bt. Mary St., New Orleans, La., says: " Brown's Iron Bitten relieved me tn a case o( blood poisoning, and I heartily commend it to those need...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 26 January 1888

V f t DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. ROSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. JtATJCS OF aUBHCRirTION. The Daily Bollktin will bo delivered to nuy part of tho city nt fl cents a week, or one year for 83. The Daily Bulletin to any postoffloo In tho United Stntcs, postage prepaid, at twenty five cents per month or three dollars per year. THURSDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 26, 1888. Tim total accounts allowed by tho Court of Claims of Harrison County last week amounted to $7,305. JL. Nw Onuuxs court hai decided that keno is not gambling, and the "goose" down that way ia "squawking" louder than CTor. If reporta aro true Judgo Fullorton, MiBs Campbell's attorney in tho Arbucklo breach of promise Bait, will makoas much out of the case as his fair client. Ho is to get one-half of tho 45,000, it is said as his fee. . m Tub Carlisle Gil Company saado 51.000 on thalr attempt to bore for gas-they raised the money and didn't bore-Carlisle Mercury. Yes, hut thoy miKht have made more, if they had bo...

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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. — 26 January 1888

THE FINEST IN THB LAND! W. H. MEANS' $3.09 SH0B3, AT HOSTA'S; TSfSr A FAIR. tv- ;f H v; s. n b i1.1. jna. f .$ C.ffl 5 V 4s L p. 1"J. .i "H . .-? 7 .fc' m 7i - DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUHDiY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors, THURSDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 26. 1888. 'Swjebt Orangos 25c. dozen Calhoun's. Owinosvilli is said to have twenty-flvo vacant dwellings. BcaiNHs at ITlemingsburg was rather dull last County Court day. Yon can get groceries as choap at Han cock's as any place in the city. tf Aukkiaoab peas, better and cheaper than imported, at G. W. Goisol's. dtf Am increase of pension has boon grant ed to Harry Hardin, of Flemingsburg. , ,. ,i , .,..M...,M. OLD-time sugar-house and fancy now crop of molasses cheap, at G. W. Geisel's. , i m i Indications" For Kentucky: Colder, followed by warmer, fair wtathtr in western portions." Robert Hoifmcii, who ia aojeurniag in Bermuda Islands for his health, is re ported improving. Ms. J. F. Losa, of Line, Kan., arrived yesterday ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 26 January 1888

THAT TROUBLE IN SPAIN. MORE ABOUT THE DIFFICULTY ON THE PENINSULA. Don Carlos Again nn Oljcct of Interest, II Claiming to lie the Blglitful King of Franco and Spain Scheme of the Gor man Government Foreign Notes. London, Jan. 20. Tho expulsion of ex Qucen Isabella of Spain from tho peninsula has called attention to the fact that tho eno rates of the queon regent and tho infant king have boon by no moans inactive of late, al though evonts of mora importance in other quarters havo drawn attention elsewhore. The wife of tho lato Spanish monarch has never bom popular with the lower classes, her dotestatlon of bull fights and other cosas do ospana having been undisguised, whllo tho church party has supported as oponly as it dartxl the olaims of Don Carlos, who mado such a gallant fight a dozen years ago for tho throne of his ancestors. His failure in that attempt exhausted his resources, and without the sinews of war to renew tho attempt tho dashing Bourbon sub sided into a very harmless...

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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. — 27 January 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN, t VOLUME vn. MATSVECiLE, KY. IREOAY, JANTJARY 27, 1888. NUMBER 56. IRON BITTERS Ceablalag IBON with FCBE VEGETABLE TOMOS, qaleklr and completer CLEAMSES and E5BICHES TUB BLOOD, Qalekeni 1s;e settee, of the Llrer and KJdnejg. Clears tho complexion, makes the skin smooth. Itdoeanot lajnre the teeth, eanie headache, or prodaee eon tlpatlon ALL OTIIEB IBON MEDICINES DO. PhrElei&na and Drugg-in eTorywhoro recommend It. Da. N. B. Ruaouts, of Marion, Mm,, sarsi "I rscommend Brown's Iron BltUrs u a ralutble tonio (or enriching the blood, and remoTicg; U djcpeptlo trmptomi. It does not hurt the teeth." . Da. K. M. Dxuuclx, Reynolds, Ind,, ears: "I hare prescribed Brown's Iron Bitters in cases of anicmta and blood diseases, also when a tonio was needed, and It has proved thoroughly satisfactory," Sin. "VVm. Bruits, 28 fit. Mary St., New Orleans, La., ays! " Brown's Iron Bitters relieved me in a caso ad blood poisoning, and I hoartlly commend it to those needing a blo...

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. — 27 January 1888

& DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. MATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Thk Daily Bulletin will bo delivered to any part of tile city at 0 cents a week, or one year for 83. The Daily Bulletin to any postofflce In tho United States, postage prepald,.at twenty five cents per month or three dollars per year. FRIDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 27, 1888. The temperance peoplo of Fleming County pay W. A. Sudduth, their attor ney, $300 8alarv a year to prosocuto all violators of the liquor law. At a public meeting a few days ago in Flemingsburg a collection, amounting to $10, was rais ed to help pay this salary. i ii m m i i Tun Bdlletix takes pleasure in pub licly acknowledging a favor at the hands of Congressman George if. Thomas. Through his kindness we are receiving regularly a copy of tho Congressional Record. This is an unexpected favor, which is appreciated, and for which Mr. Thomas will please accept our thanks. Tub announcement i'b made that Thobe will oppo...

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. — 27 January 1888

THE FINEST IN THJ3 IANB! W. H. MEANS' $3.0aSHOS3, &.V HDDTaT'S; TRY A PAIR. tev ir. &-s ' r i v .a . SB.. w lv DAttY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUftDir. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. FRIDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 27, 188S. Ikmcatioxs "Warmer, followed by toldcr, fair weather" Swbkt Oranges 25c. dozen Calhoun's. ! M . I Thh Big Sandy passod down this morning. Mild, soothing, and healing is Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. .11 .i -- .. is i Yon can get groceries as chonp at Han cock's as any placo in the city. if AuEiuA.ci.ir peas, better and cheaper than imported, at G. W. Gaisel's. dtf The county levy in Fleming County this year has been fixed at only 12 cents. Lent comas sooner than usual this year, beginning February 15. Easter fallB on All Fools Day. Elder E. L Powell, of Louisville, has closed a successful revival in the Central Christian Church at St. Louib. The Bulletik iB indebted to Repre sentative Hillis, of Lewis County, for a copy of the Governor's Message. TT. P. Lakb...

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. — 27 January 1888

GREAT MITAIFS CROPS. IGNORANCE OF FARMERS THE CAUSE OF THE LOW YIELD. They ore Ignorant of tho First 'Pflnolplsa ef Airrloulture A nill to ffetobliahl Training School French-Itnlluu Treaty.! Remodeling the Poles Note. j London, Jan. 87. Tho announcement oft Mr. .Joseph Chamberjaln's faithful honch- man, Mr. Jesse Callings, of his intention to introduce a bill establishing departments of agriculture In tho provincial schools of Eng land, and providing training gardens for tho practical tuition of pupils, has provokod in numerable smiles among his friends, and doubtless will oxcito tho ridicule of the .average .English farmer, who "knows It Yet there is vastly more of practical valuo In tho suggestion than was to bo found in the gentleman proposal to allot ''threo acres and a cow" to each tenant farmor under tho act ' to which that proposition was offered as an (amendment, and if it is Intended to apply to Ireland, as well as Great Britain, the project la.worthy of serious considerati...

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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. — 28 January 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME vn. MATSVILIiB, KT. SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1888. NUMBER 57. AkW 4 ft2&& I BROWN'S RON BITTERS mllalBff DtOH with PUKE VEGETABLE Tones, .itiir Hd eoaipuuir clkihsks ut K5BICHK TUB BLOOD. Chdtkens fee aeHloa of the liver and Kldaoj. Clean toe eosiplexlon,nakte the skin smooth. It dot not xajare the teeth, eno headache, or product eon-sUsaUoa-ALL OTHEB IBOH XKDICIITES DO. PliraUlaos and Druggists eTorrnhero reoommend It. Do. W. B. TlnootM, ofMarkm. Mu.. wit "I recommend Brown's Iron Bitters as a Tamable ton a (or enriching th blood, and remoTing all dj'epeptia ejmptoms. It doe not hurt tbs teeth." Da. U. M. Dsxzxlx Reynolds, Ind,, ears! "I Vara prescribed Brown's Iron Bitters in eases of aaseml and blood diseases, also when a tonio was needed, and it hu prored thonnghlr sttlaiaetorx." Ma. Wh. Btbnb, 36 8t. Mary Bt . New Orleans, La., knrs: "Brown's Iron Bitters relieyed me In a case i blood poisoning, and I heartily commend it to those needing a bloo...

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. — 28 January 1888

7Z ' DAILYEVEMGr bulletin, DAIL Y, EXCEPT SUNDA Y. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. KATKS OF SUllHCltlVTION. Thk Daily BoMiKTiN will bo delivered to any part of tlie city at ceuU a week, or one year for 83. Tiik Daily Bulletin to any postofflco In tho United States, postago prepaid, at twenty' five cents per month or three dollar per year. SATURDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 28, 1883. Study of Literature and History. Published by Request of Teachers' Assoo'n. The educational demand of the lust ten or fifteen years has been largely for an increase in the number of branches taught, and the study of many has been so encumbered that time baa been wasted; but the field of literature in the public ochools is one which has been greatly neglected, yet it is one which would, and does, richly repay cultivation. In order to succeed the only requisite is that one be an enthusiastic lover and per severing Btudcnt of good litoraturo. I think that during the first four years of echooPlifo the litoraturo shou...

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. — 28 January 1888

THE FINEST IMT THE LAND! W. H. MEANS' $3,00 SHOES, AT HO NAN'S; TRY A PAIR. "DID . 'sir.., &l z V YOU EOTPB B!UbUUMU 5X H 5 8- 'i it ''A. v v , ! (. t .'V AM i1 v. J E' - m F.rr f i f r. v fas rv : rM Y.,j. w SSviir ft-- We mean tho great rush and big trade they are now enjoying at the RED CORNER CLOTHING HOUSE. It is true that this is recognized as the dull season, hut we allow no dull season at our house. When trade slacks, we push it. We have lots of goods, arid we are bound to sell them. Our envious com petitors say we cannot last long; that no house can exist that makes such sacrifices on goods as wo make. But thit is nothing to you. Our loss is your gain, and as we have determined to close out choice of our MEN even though they be worth from $12 to $20, it is to your advantage to buy them, and not consider our loss. You must take you have an opportunity, and this is your opportunity. You will probably not have such another in a life time. But we are bound to push business ...

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. — 28 January 1888

-W - V f k STUCK IN SNOWDRIFTS. RAILROADS IN DIFFERENT PART8 OF THE COUNTRY BLOCKADED. Ono of the Wont Ever Known on the New Tork Central Two Uvea Logt Drifts From Ten to Eighteen Feet Deep la Hasnaohunotti Other Affected Points. Nkw York, Jan. 28. Thero was ono of tho biggest blockades yesterday known on th Now York Central railway. Division Super intendent Bissell bod the entire working force of his division out shovelling the snow, fcnt at 6 o'clock lost night be telegraphed to General BuperinUndtnt Toucey here that the now blew up in the tracks an fast ac it oould be shovelled away and that tho wind was so fiercely cold that the laborers on the tracks could 'not stand up against it Under those circumstances it was deomod foolish to send out of the depot the 6 o'clock and the- 0:80 o'clock wost-bound expresses, and these trains were held. The depot wait ing rooms were filled with people who had expected to take these trains. Superintend ent Toucey told all inquirers that be didn'...

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