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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 9 April 1883

A DAILY EY BULLETIN. VOL. 2 -NO. 118. MAYSVLLLE, KY., MONDAY, APRIL !, 1M. VlllCi: ONE CENT. THE NEWS IN J3RIEF. The King of Abyssinia is dcnd. At Iquiquo, Peru, flro destroyed worth of proporty. Thuklow Weed's autobiography has boon sunt to the printers. The now police force of Indinnnpolis will have four colored putroliuen. Glohgi: Di'vkni was crushed to death under a wheel at Znncsvillc, 0. Dublin officials and clergy have raised JCaoO pounds for Pumell. 15. W. Raymond, third Mayor of Chicngo, died Thursday, aged eighty-two. Alex. Williams, negro, was lynched at Deer Creek, Miss., for outraging a negro girl. The Marquis of Lorno cxpieiscs tho desire that his term bo extended another year. At Chattanoogo, John Cnin, whilo under n car to escape a shower, was run over and killed. Mu. Mapleson has closed a contract with Mine. Etelka Gerstcr lor tho bcason of 1883-1. By a boiler explosion at Newborn, N. C, the engineer and fireman were torn to pieces. CiiAitr.cs S.vum:ns, the murderer...

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. — 9 April 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY KVK.. Al'KTLO, 1883. TKIIMS : TlJO KVKN1NO RUl.I.KTIN Is published dally, and served free of poMnue nl Orients per ; !l"i cents per niontli; 75 cento ,ier three nioutiis ; "fi.ouper six mourns, unu I 3 per year, payable in advance. OUR AGENTS. -The followlnc poisons nre tlieiiuthoilznl nsionts for the Dah.V llui. i.ktin nl the places tunned, Contracts fcir subscription or advertising may be made with them: W.Hult. Shannon Win. Clary. II. HllWOM. Mt. Olivkt Peter Myers. .1. A Jackson. Fkiin Lkaf Harry Ruruovne Or.itMANToWN T J. Kiickley & Co. Washington Mbs Antin Thomas. IT ByiJW K Ml , m ' f i" fu jiB a Tho above niiinber represents the circulation, each week ol the. Daily mul Wkkki.y Itui.i.KTiN. Advertisers aro Invited to call and iismiio t! 1'iiwlves oi tho tiuth ol the statement, and they ate rcquestid tolonrln mind Mutt our ra es lor advertising aro Hit muvmmuMmm Whisky Exportation. Thu Louisville Post eays: The manufacture of whisky is a leading ...

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. — 9 April 1883

Latest Designs in Wall Paper and Window Shades at MORRISON & KACKLBY'S' THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVE., APRIL 9, 1883. l&Sf A jom.t, Jovial, kindly soul, And master of his art, Down nt tlio luill, In ' Kdgowood FolkH." Will do his faithiulpait. You'd bolter rig your Lushing gear, Your buttons nil sow tlaht, And thin you'll find Is good ndvlco, When you i?o there to-night. Tiik river is swelling again. The aid Fellows of Manchester, are going to build a new lull this spring. Mn. W. L. Mou.v. on Saturday, sold his crop of tobacco about live thousand pounds, to Mr. John Terhune, for $10 all around. TmitTV hogsheads of White Burley tobacco grown in Fleming county, were I sold a fow davs ago at Louisville at an average price of SI 8.20. ! I The unfavorable weather for plowing , , , , tl , from the ,..,, I has brought the people country . , ,,..,,. , m to the city to-day in great numbers. The streets have been crowded all tho . morning. - A liumitr little son of Mr. Win. Rudy, ag...

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. — 9 April 1883

I HOWARD HANGED, for tlie Murder of u Toting Woman in Mtanoiirl. Charleston, Mo., April 8. Howard Underwood wns hanged hero to-day for the murder of Bolle Lucas, ft young woman, a yoar ago. Tho deceased on the morning of tbo Lomicido wont to the house of defendant and said to one Barnes that eho had been requested by one Thompson, who was very sick, and lived about one mile from defendant, to nsk him (Barnes) to go over and bcc Thompson. Barnes and defendant wcro nt breakfast; dofendant got up, put on his .boots, took uis rliot gun and shot pouch nnd walked away in tho direction of Thompson's ; Barnes got his horso and startod for Thompson's, with deceased riding behind him ; they overtook defendant, who asked doconsed to get down, saying that ho wanted to talk with her on business; she got off tho horse and Barne? rode on, and the decoased nnd defendant started on a path diverging from tho row! traveled by Barnes. Barnes had gone about a half mile, riding briskly ho states, when ho...

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. — 10 April 1883

DAILY EVENING- BULLETIN VOL. 2 NO. 119. MAYSVILLE, KY., Tl'KSDAY, APRIL 10, KS.S.'J. PRICK ONE CENT. THE. NEWS IN BRIEF. ' Additional arrests are dully made of 6Uspoctod conspirators in London. Mayor Huuuhon, of Chicago, has asked tho honds of all liia departments to resign. It seems Hint tho "renogades" of the Mexican bolder arc not Indians, but smugglers. Tin: volume of friegbt from Chicago l!nt, within the past two weeks has fallen oil' 60 per cent. .Tajiks Atiiehton, county treasurer of Obcoda county, Mich., is slioit in his accounts 12,001. Tin: rumored report tlmt Mr. Merrick would retire from tho Star lloutc trials is denied bythat gentleman. Grown: ScnnLLF.n, charged with sotting fire to the Newhall lloiibc, Milwaukee, will have a preliminary hearing to-morrow. The Chicngo painters will probably go on a strike Wednesday of this week. Thoy domand an advnneo of from $2.C0 to -) per day. Marten Man-hit, a tollgato keeper, on "Wyoming pike, near Owniysville. Ky., and three of hi...

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. — 10 April 1883

i J TJIK 1MILV BULLETIN. TUKSOAY KVK.. APRIL 10, 1883. orTKit.Ms :-The Kviinino 11ui.i.ktu Is published dally, inn! served tree of postage at ri .'tiits per wi'oR ; 'ii ceiitf per mnnlli;70ccnt pur three months ; 51. IK) per six mouths, and S per year, payable In advance. OUR following peisons nre tiieiiuthoilz"d anei ts forthe Daily llui. i.ktin al the places named. Contracts lor suhscilptlon nr ndveitMng may be made v. Itli r Saudis-1'. W.Sult. Clary. II. Ilinvw MT.'iMV'r Peter Myers. Ma suck- .1 Jackson. FfcKN Nuruovne Jkhmathws T J. ICackley ft Co. Anna Thomas, JUp3 5,162, The above number lopresnnts the cl renin t.on, each week oi the Daily and Wi:m:i.y BrLMTiv. Advertisers aie Invited to call and iisaire t' eniseT.es ol the truth of the statement, him' they are requested to hear In mind that our ni'us lor advertising are tilt !'west. .p.wnill I' l .I.IIH.l u Di'itirtcrulU' Stale Convention. In pursuance of the resolutions of tho State Kxeentlvc Committee, adopted at Louisville...

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. — 10 April 1883

latest Designs in Wall Paper and Window Shades at MORRISON & THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY KVB., APRIL 10, 1883. " Shk was sitting at llio window Ah ho passed, And bo wished himself In Hindoo - Stun, for fust In the gutter stuck IiIh shop, And Htrulght lu the air he flow All nglmst. He whs Bitting In n puddle Awlul nind. And his head was lu 11 muddle, It was Had ; While tlmt girl she coldly Hinlled, Which the moro his soul It l lied, Crushed hid. o i He was silting nt tho window As she fell, I think It was u sin, do You as well ? Ho turned not awny his head They were silk nnd colored red, Don't you tell." Biudoi: street, north of Second, is to bo widened ubom ten feet. Woiikmen' nre engaged repairing tho East wall of the old pork hou.se building. Tin-: April term of the Circuit Court began The docket is a larger one than usual. Mit. Bunns Itixoosold recently, seventeen thousand pounds of tobacco to Mr. A. II. Calvert for thirteen cents all around. ' Tin: cheap tables advertised in...

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. — 10 April 1883

1 r I'. , MRS. IIII,MAIS'S STATlSMKKT. The I.yliijr AVonmn Itrlntcs the ncliiils of Her IIusbitii(ri Ilrulnl Attnrli. Easto.v, Pa., April 0. Coroner Ulilcr Tisited the to-day and took ilio Btatcment of Mrs. John Uillmnn, wlwc thront was cut by Lcr husband last week, and who is rapidly growing worne. Her story, told as host possible under the trying and painful circumstance, is this Jlcr maiden nnmo wns Charlotte Mi'car, nnd she was the dauglitor of William of Hiinover township. Sho lunined Dillnian twenty years ago, nnd lived in pl'ices with him, principally South Bethlehem, Frecmansburg and Hedington. Six months ago, whilo living at the luttoi place, Dillnian threatened to kill her. They went to the in Jnnuur.v with four children, remained two week;", then went to Mrs. Dillmau's brother'", i-i Bethlehem, aud two weeks later the wife nnd ohildren returned to tho while Dillmnn went to Fracksville, nrai Mahanoy City. On the 'Jyth of March he reappeared v the alms-house with a new dres...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 11 April 1883

DAILY EVENING ULLETIN VOL. 2 XO. 120. MAYSVILLK, KV., WEDNESDAY, API5IL II, 1883. PIJICK ONE CENT. irititrnLE disaster. Seventeen Men Itnrloil Under it Binhling. llociiiisTiin, X. Y., April 10. Ton minutes nftor 7 o'clock this morning a large building t the northwest corner of Church und.State.strcetH fell with n cruKh. The side wall facing Church aticet had been erected this winter. It is supposed the mortar was frozen, and that the warm weather of vestetdav innDn,w..i ti... bucks and caused the fall. . Ihcre were seventeen men at work in the building. An alarm was sounded, which btought out the fireman and po - lice, who are workintr hardcloarhm ffv tho debris. The names of thofo found in the ruins are It. L. Wordcn, Win. Ashbold, Frederick Kohler, S. P.r.rr, W. G. Gould, It. L. lirown, Itausotn Porter, Anthony Dan- hilspeil, nnd Matthew Penrd. Tho latter is dead and two of the others are fatallv injured. The owner oj the building was on the , . .. ....,,, , . roof at the time it ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 11 April 1883

!, THE DA IL V BULLETIN". WEDNESDAY EVK.. APRIL 11, 1883. jutTeiims : The Kvksi.no Hui.t.ktin Is published ilnlly, and served tree of postage at 6 cents pur ; T cents per month;75cents per three months ; Sl.oO per six months, and ti per year, payable In advance. OUR following peisons are inuiuitliuiliied agents for the Daily Itui. letin at the places named. Contracts for auhscrlptlim or advertising may be made with them: W.Sult. Siia.vmi.v Win. CInry. MiNKKVA V H. Hawes. Mt. Ouvf.t Peter .Myers. A JllClCsoil, Kkkn I.kak Hurry Hurgovne. ,1. ICacklev A Co. Wahhinoton Mls Anna Thomas. 9162L Thnnbnvu nntnbor renrescnts the rlrciiln. t.on, each week ol the Daily and Wkkki.y j ' BULi.KTtv. Anveniser.s aie inviien to call and assure tlieinsclves ol the truth of the statement, nnd they are requested to hear In mind that our ra es for advertising are the lowest. m t wiuw iinwm mm As oveiflow of the Tennessee river at several points is imiuent. Tux State Educational Convention is to meet agai...

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. — 11 April 1883

Latest Designs in Wall Paper aod Window Shades at MORRISON & KACKLEY'S- THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY EVE., APRIL 11, 1883. Now Jury-men tlio boys will ak To toll 'em so and so, And wide they'll stretch their eyes to hear How little that they know. Exactly where the tiger works, Ills dally bread to cam, Is something that Can't sometimes always learn. Speaking. Hon. Proctor Knott, candidutu for Gov ernor, will address the eitizans of Mays vtlle and Mason county at the Court House on Friday, April ID, lSSD, atone o'clock p. in. The ladies are specially j invited. TitK Daily IIullktix will bo sent postage paid to any address at the rate of $3 a voar. Thk work of putting up a pressed brick i front to Mayor January's residence on Front street began to-day. ' Ei'iiitAiM Buntin', n well-to-do citixen of citizen of Carlisle committed suicide on I Monday by hanging himself. - I Tin: case of Ellis Craft, the Ashland, murderer, is to be considered by the Court of Appeals on the 16th of May...

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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. — 11 April 1883

Tin: FAitMEies wife. "he's up :it d iv-dawn' lilmh, lu iiiiiiiuki )i 'in or w iitor nmv; Iter witn lio i It It fit 1 bloot nlliwli, ll r lir.'iith of li il n, hor etioek u rno; 1,, ,.vit tiio klndlli'it eyes on earth -H ni ii ii iiiiely mlrtli: l'einiiiv. iiu'li li iinot U iinilui died In 'J liu on ar e ii ve of li t illinplvNlfhlii. Ah! ero.ititre, halo and jroo'l, Vh" minimi wholesome woiiiiuili' od. Vnr limn th wnild's unhallowed xtrllo,. (Sod's liktsiiijf u i ilio 1'iuiiiur'd Wlfol I love to iiuuk limtroit charm. Her fonrli" st "JH through Household wnys II sum it lit li mis anil buxom arm i, llVi want, nub 'una 'y toiMiriiuf stays; lillllv ll n ln'C W til busy I'liru. Hie' h"' tlieto, slip's evorywtinre; Liner I'll' theeloclc tins tiuek for noon Jloinoclmuliol loll urn all in t.m : Ami troin u .ii li Hi lily lo.into.in hour Shu drain its ue in bens a How r. Apart ir m l'iil '' 1'ln nml trire. l'oHco jr(,iul uhdstlio limner's Wile. l mow ir 1 il"s 'billy labor dime) The Mill w.i...

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. — 12 April 1883

Ite-Hyi DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. i, 4 VOL. 2 NO. 121. MAYSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. i THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Tiik explosion of a powder house at Acton, Mass., killed two men. Tiik Salvation Army is operating in Louisville, Ky. The Star Route trial, it is thought, will bo concluded some time in June. Iturus A. Wills, a prominent Boston broker, suicided by shooting. A HKVKRK snow storm Is pre'niling throughout tlie Stuto of Minnesota. Skvkn thousand dock laborers went on a etriko at Marseilles, on the lUth inst. Jamks S. Gold, at Washington, Ind., bus been indicted for murder in thu first de gree. An unknown boy, aged thirteen years, was killed by a height tiain at Bcieu, Ohio. Of twenty prisoners escaping from the Tort Woith, Tex., jail, twenty wore- SrciiimiiY Folcikr has oonoludod to defer indefinitely his intende I trip to the The death sentence of Mos,es,Qolonnn. at Littlo Kock, has been respited for an indefinite period. Postmaster Ghxkrat. Giilsiiam arriv...

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. — 12 April 1883

t P s h fi THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY KVE.. APRIL 12, 1883. Evkninq Uuli.ktin Is published ilnlly, ami served tree of postage nt u rents perweek;H3 cents per nionth;7Tconts .... ll.t.w. tunllf llU I 91 Kf I ..... Dlv ..., till II Till (ici linn umiii ii' i ii'iv j'vi n liiuiiiiiiiixuM $3 per j ear, payable In advnnoe. following persons are thonuthorl.cd agents for the Daily Mn. i.etin at I lie places named. Contractu lor hubscrlptlon or ml vei Using may be made with them: W.Sult. Shannon Win. Clary. .MiNKiiVA W. II. Hawes. Mt. OI.IVKT I'eter Myers. A Jackson. Fkkn Lkak Hurry Hurgoyne. (iKKMANTOWN T. J. Kliclcley ik CO. Washington MUs Anna Thomas. fiyiir SIRS Tho above number represents (he circulation, each week of the Daily and Wkkki.y lU'r.t.Krtv. Advertisers aie Invited to call ntul assure tlcinselves oi the tiutli of tlio .statement, and they are requested to bear In mind that our a es for advertising are tin? lowest. Tun Ohio I.eyislutuio will niljonrn on Monday. Cob. W. 0. 1...

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. — 12 April 1883

TOE DAILY CIRCUIT COURT. THURSDAY EVE., APRIL 12, 1883. w It yon havo got a tit of tnsto, You'll thank us when we lull, Tlint you muy go hear Tho charming" Florlucl." And whon you see the dainty Miss, With happy heart and Unlit Just go aud chalk It ou the walls That wo have told you right. At P. 0. Kidd's combination sale in Lexington, 108 blooded horses wore sold 'for an abrogate of $20,900. The-brown stallion Trouble brought $1,700. John Wiikklkk is offering to-day seven OJ eight varieties of fresh fish. In the lot we noticed Salmon, Baas, Red-Snapper and fresh Shrimps, Go and see him. "Wink fencing is coming into general use in this part of the State. Tho demand for it tho first season was so great thatn single firm in this city, Myall, Riley & Porter, Bold over $20,000 worth of it. Rkv. A. N. Gii.iikiit will preach and administer tho ordinance of immersion at the Christian Church, on this (Thursday) evening. Subject of discourso: "Why do Wo Immerse Exclusively?" Everybody is...

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. — 12 April 1883

ft MANY CLAIMANTS, A Icntl .lllllloimlre Whoso I.lnsoim Have Ilccn Legion. Sa.v Fiu.vcisco, April 11. There is n probability of ft lively contest over t lie estate of Thomas Blythe, tho tnilllonniie, who died suddenly last week after taking a bath. Blythe was nn Englishman who came into possession of vuluablo property on Market Mrcot years ago, uud whoso wealth at the timo m his death was estimated to he 5-1,000,000. Ho was fond of women, and pccral years ai;o a dashing young woman, named Nellie Fiiinin, with whom ho had been living, brought suit against him, claiming to bo his wife. Tho trial caused a local sensation, on account of Hlythe's wealth and eccentricities, hut ho easily proved that ho had never been married to her. For tho last live tho lias been living with a woman who wcut by the name of Allio Dickinson. Sin is a 'beautiful brunette, very stylish, but Blythe never called her hit, wife. He simply introduced her to his fi Sends as "Allio." Ho di-d in her arms, and she at...

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. — 13 April 1883

DAILY EYENI NG BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 122. MAYSVILLE, KV., FRIDAY, AWUL 1.,, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. TJIE NEWS IN BRIEF. Two new cases of smallpox nml one flcath in Chicago yesterday. J unci u W. 0. GnnsitAH, on the llili hut., look the oath of office as Postmr.ster Gen- I ciai. i Tiik tide of emigration from Germany lo this country is greater this spiitig than ever before. Tin: miners ntSlrector, 111., have resumed I work at the five-cent reduction oidered by the mine owncis. Mmi:. Ym't, Mincrr advises the 7,000 striking dock laborers at Maiaeilles to re-Eort to violence. Tnr. Illinois Bee-keepers' Association is in session at Iilonmiugtoit. The association numbers 700 members. Tiik cigarmakcrs of St. Lmis will increase t lie price paid for making cigars $1 on tho 1,000 after May 1. Tiik Cincinnati and St. Louis bae ball learns will play their opening game ut Cincinnati the fust week in May. Tiik monument for tho grave of Thomas Jefferson, is being put up at Monticcllo this week, at a ...

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. — 13 April 1883

( i 1 TJII: DAILY BULLETIN. FIJDAY KVE.. APIilL in. 1S83. "s, isa'TKHMS Kvknino Hullktix Is pubilsheil ilaily, and served free of postage- nl 0 cent per wnek; 25 cents per mouth; 75 cents per three months ; Sl.oOper six months, and S3 per year, payable In advance OUR AGENTS. -The foilowliiK poisons jte tlieauihoiized agents for the Daii.v IJui. i.ktjn al the places named. Contracts lor subscilptlon or adveitlslni: nin.v bo made villi : W.Kuit. Shannon m Clnrv. H. Hnwes. Mt. Peter Myers. J. A .IncKnn. Feks Lkak IPirry Huruovne. Ueismantown T. .1. Kucltley & Co. WamiinotoN Ml-s Anna Thomas-. .tiiiyy !' a SSL OH) Vfit) We& kJj&O dLdt Thonboyr number represents tho circulation, each week ot the Daii.v and Vi:i:ki.y llui.i.v.Tis. Advertisers are Invited to call and assure tl emselves ol the truth of the MHtcinent, mul tiny nieicri nested to I ear In mind that our rues lor advertising are Hit lowest. wwmwiwwyrfwiiw .mjiai m.li.m.MW Le.m.vuton claims to have a population of ove...

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. — 13 April 1883

W. C. RICHESON, Dealer in Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, TnE DAILY BULLETIN. FRIDAY EVE., APRIL 13, 1883. w The boys who nit tlje smokers loll. Their calling will ho plying, UecniiRoUio Union's color now Triumphantly nre Hying. Tho bosses very wisely ceaso To worry and to Irct, And ljko good boys, their minds ure fixed To comaln from the wet. Tin; Cigar-Makers' Union held a meeting to-day. " Tub dry goods stores are making a very handsome display of parasols. Jailkk Fitzukuai.d is entertaining six guests this week at the Castle. I Oun daily telegraph market report will hereafter include quotations of leaf tobacco. Mkssus. Owk.vs & JJ.uti;i.i:v received a car-load of tobacco hoes this morning. Thev are of a celebrated brand. Tin: now nickels are said to be worth : from 2.3 cents to 73 cents each. These1 prices are paid by coin collectors. I Oni: hundred seats have already been reserved for the Hazel Kirke entertainment, which takes place at tho Opera House next Wednesday evening. 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. — 13 April 1883

i R t J Goo.l Tilings Cost. Yos, intliu'il, tlicy do. Gonornlly that which wo ailniiro and which sutsm? to us, riorliups, to bo done so isily has cost all that it is worth. And the reason why it docs not seem so to us is because we do not see when and where-and how the work is put in. We are riding along and looking out upon a beautiful landscape. We admiro the skillful arrangement of tives, and shrubbery, and llowers, or the smooth and gently doping ground. This is, indeed, loeh we mi v. How fortunate the owiu'i was to linil such a j)hu e. 13ufc Fonio one replies, cotdd you have seen all th'.b years and years ago, when it was in a u itural state, you 'might never have of this. It has taken inui'li thought and hard work and great epene t bring tliee grounds to their present condition. Tell a man how a thiiii,' ha been done and ho says: That's eay to do." Very poib'le, now tliat ou have been shown how to do it, tui'cou'd you have done it in the lirst place? That is the real tot. You ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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