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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 November 1882

il DAILY EVENI&G BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVENING, NOV. 2, 1SS2. BOSSEB & MCCARTHY,' PUBLISHERS AND FHOPRIETORS. 'AfirjBimsSSlSiJEiisf. Space. One Inch Two inches Three Inches Four Indies .. Halfcol,,... une coi , fVVttO r r 9 I 5 ! 6 50 70 UU 1.20 1.80, 3.00i p 00 85 1.10 1.45 2.20 3.50 re 70 1.00 1.30 1.70 2.C0 1.00 O e 5 801 1.15 1.50 1.95 3.00 4.5U 3 " a 00 1.30 1.70 2.20 3 40 5.00 HI H 03 1.00 1.45 1.00 2.45 3.80 5.50 Local notices ten cents a Hue: subsequent lusertlous five cents a line. . "Wants, three lines, ten cents, subsequent insertions five cents. Speolal rates where advertisers use both the daily and weekly. One inch in the Daily Bulletin for one year costs S5, and for six months but 3. "llliP All honor to the soldiery, Each officer and man, Who fearlessly upheld the law Against the lawless clan. They show Kentucky can and will Keep peace within her border And.every where throughout the state, Maintain the law and order. FE03I ASHLAND. Two 3Ien and a Child Killed and...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 November 1882

, "",;''7t -- rTjtyT FOItEIGN GOSSIP. -Murderers in France are frequently . spelled, in addition to death' or tho gallys, to pay a heavy compensation in money, when they have it, to their victim's family. .' The prices given for horse3 in En-land in the last century were fully as high as now. In 1793 three hunters brought in the aggregate $5,250; three more, 60,000, and 85,000 was refused by Wliitebread, the brewer, for another. If a Turk meets any of his wive3 in a walk through the bazaars it is not etiquette for him to notice them, air though they may be throwing away; his money right and left. He can- only stroke his beard and say "inshallah!" (please God), or "Allan kerim!" (God is merciful), An English lady who sued for dam-" ages because of a fall when boarding a steamboat has just lost her case. The jury decided that her high-heeled boot3 had wontonly and willfu.ly contributed to cause the injury of which she complained. The danger of a sudden revulsion of feeling was fearful...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 November 1882

BURDETT Off GAMS ! 45,000 NOW m USE. Organists and Musicians prououuee It un-equaled; of pure tone, great com pass and power, Improving by aye, and the mostduruble Organ made. We c'an endorse all the wonderful things that are said about its tone-power and tone, variety. The Church Union. It has more sweetness and power than auy other. C. P. Feine, Organist, St. Pet erb Oathedhax, Cincinnati, O. Call and examine, or sand for catalogue I.. J 9IKTZGJBK, ol&l&wlni "Mrfysvllle, ' Ky. MAMS ana ORG Am. r.pilE agency of the Johnson & Co., organs JL and pianos, is now represented by J. T. UBAWDKN, 77 East Second Street, L.. & thblrtformer agent, having resigned. I. will supply these celebrated instruments at the.HiKfaHraatilrers prices. They arfrndt'ed for tone, durability and finish, and wherovoriwedihftVQ jieyMiaHpdjto giye entire satlsfacHeii goeaiustruments atosaotjoKitfi coat areilHVitel:toeall.?I wlll;Uke jeAeaimbiUptftuAiirn'raentaanthm lurnlshlng all information desir...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 November 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 3, 18S2. jksTeiims : The tvjbNiKO Bulletin Is pub llshed daily, and herved iree ol postage at 0 cents per 'week; 25 cenis per month; 75 cents per three months ; 51.60 per six mouths, aud t3 per year, payable lu advance. W-THE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN ANY OIHER PAPER PUBLISHED IN AJ The men who attempted at Catlettsburg to take Neal and Craft from Major Allen's custody fired upon the troops on the Granite State, all the way io Ashland. This fire by command of Major Allen was not returned by the soldiers. At Ashland the troops were again fired upon by a in oh who had taken possession of a ferryboat, and by a large number of persons who were in the crowd assembled on Front street and at the landing. There is not the slightest doubt that a heavy lire was kept up on the troops from the shore. Witnesses can be produced who saw the men who fired from the shore and who counted the sh...

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

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, ' friday evening, nov. 3, 18s2. bosser & McCarthy, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. All lovers ol the solid truth And seekers for the right, Should make a polut to go aud hear The speeches raado to-night. You'll from Hun and Phlster too, Of trouble now a browing, And all the underhanded things, The Pot-Lid men are doing. Ex-Gov. James T. Robinson, died at Georgetown on the 1st inst. A man named Tolle was shot in the breast and mortally wounded at Manchester on Thursday evening, during a difficulty. "We have not heard the name of his assailant. Speaking To-night. Col. J. S. Hurt, the Democratic candidate for congress in this district, and the Hon. E. C. Phister, will speak at the court house this evening, at 7 o'clock. Everybody is invited. PERSONALS. Toiuts About People Here and Elsewhere. Mrs. T. E. Garrison and little daughter, Miss Daisy, who have been visiting friends and relatives in Ohio for the past three months, have returned home. The "White Collar Co...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 November 1882

ipanfcitae young a rturso mrm. 7 Our interpreter, like many of his class in Norway, was an oxcollent cook, and ve perhaps valued his services most in the latter capacity, as we ourselves possessed sufficient knowledge of the language for all ordinary purposes. He was assisted by the farmer's wife, who owned the house ana kept us supplied with milk and butter from her dairy. It was a comparatively rich farm, where they pastured fourteen cows thi3 summer, for the hay harvest had been good Jtasyear, and upon' the excellence of ' TlTe'ci'op "depends the number of cattle these poor people keep through the winter, as they never buy or sell der, each farmer maintaining as large a stock as his own land can feed. There were more than twenty farms in this little valley, only four miles long; a few had tenant proprietors, but the greater part were rented by their occupiers, who have always to pay down a large sum on taking possession, with a proportionately reduced yearly rent. The landlords d...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 November 1882

' COPY- EXERCISE, BOOKS, PENS, AND SATCHELS. SCHOOL SUPPLIES! &A PRESENT Given to every child at J. C. PECOR & CO.'S. BRIDAL PRESENTS -AT- HERMANN LANBE'S Jewelry Store, No. 3, Second Street, 8 doors West of Market. aug31dly DOMESTIC PATTERNS Hunt & Doyle's. BURDETT ORGANS ! 45,000 NOW IN USE. Organists ond Musicians pronounce it of pure tone, great compass and power, Improving l)y age,aliU the ihost durable Organ made. We can endorse all (ho wonderful tilings that are said about Its tone-power and ton e variety .The Church Union. It has more sweetness and power than any other. C. F. FkiIne, Organist, St. Peteks Cathedkat., Cincinnati, O. Call and examine, or send for catalogue 1.. P. MKTZGER. ol&i&wim ' MrtysVille; Ky. - ' '. ; X.' I M ' PIANOS ana ORGANS. "Pi 'f r J? js. rnHJB agency of the Johnson & Co., organs JL and pianos, is now represented by J. T. ISIlADDNt77East Second Street, L. F. foriner agent, having resigned. - 1 will supply these celebrated in...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 November 1882

DAItY EVENING BULLETIN, SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 4, 1S82. 43TTEUMS : The Evening Bulletin Is published daily, and served nee of potage at 0 rents per week; 23 cents per month; 75 cents per three mouths ; 81.50 per six months, and S3 per year, payable In ad yanee. J83TTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, CHESTER AND ABERDEEN. OHIO, THAN ANY 01 HER PAPER PUBLISH ED IN Snpposftd Murderer of A. TV. Ross Commits Suicide at Glendale, Ohio. Special to the Daily Bulletin. Cincinnati, 0., Nov. 3, 1882. Andrew Mitchell, a white man arrested on the 23d ultimo, as the supposed murderer of A. TV. Ross, coal merchant, committed suicide in the jail at Glendale, yesterday. The excitement at Glendale is intense. Says the Courier-Journal : The spirit which is so swift to condemn the governor in this matter and to censure the soldier?, is the same pernicious spirit which when a man is guilty of crime fills his cell with flowers and makes a hero of him; it is the same spirit which ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 4 November 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN; SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 4, 1S82. ------ ' - -'I Ill rosser & McCarthy, PUrililSIIEKS AND PROPRIETORS. A CO Our Inst advice to Democrats, Before time passes by, Js close the ranks and properly, Keep skinned the weather eye. The enemy, unscrupulous, With Hubbell and his bank, Must have a front opposed to them, Of steady file and rank. Charles Francis, of Manchester, had two fingers taken off at the Manchester planing mill Thursday. Mr. D. A. French, of this county, in the last few days has had seventy-five young hogs to die of cholera. The sole responsibility for the calamity at Ashland rests with the leaders of the moh alone. For the innocent blood shed they are only accountable. This must be the final yerdict. A Question for the Boys. A year's subscription to the Daily Bulletin will be given to the first person who correctly answers the following : If twelve base-ball clubs play a series of nine games each, how manv games will be played in all? George Kenn...

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

. A Somnambulist Bitten by n JToccasfn. i nil i A man named Richard Meelor, living near Uichoy's mill, not farirom Homer, Ga., states that during the night he had " 'a dream in which he thought there va9 a terrible storm rising, and that, for hi3 -safety, it would be nece3sary for "him to go down to the mill, sqtoe fifty yards away, and hide himself under the floor. There were a reat many rocks, stumps, and shafts of machinery under the mill, and while stumbling around underneath and near the water-wheel Jip was bitten by a moccasin snake in several places on the foot. He then went into a Jint-room, in the gin-house fajiar - by, and tiod two handkerchiefs which he hadjn his.pppkel round, toe, limb, one abaft tSl Mw.ttM itattfoi&fc&; He nouso. iio men tola tne family he baa : mm' butfo u 4 isnftks Jm m a& f?' 'Icebergs from An .Esthetic View. '$Mrmdi A dootor'aaMia ia HI Point of It ig a pity that the iceberg should be so highly dangerous, for nothing that floats upon the...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 6 November 1882

rclopespcr tliousnml 3 00 'i itins Cards fifty 25c And other printing at proportionately low prices. Rosser & McCarthy. iCLfL ti L . HERMANN lv out Augusta, Maine; AT- -i u BOOKS ! SLATfeS, ,. PENCILS, ' PENS, IN-KS,- - - - AND COP1T s , -BOOKS, SATCHELS. !S'eMOL SUPPLIES! KS-A PRESENT Given to every child at J.C PECOR & CO.'S. BRIDAL PRESENTS LANCE'S No. -33, Second Street, 3 doors West of Market. au(,,31dlv NEW DOMESTIC PATTERNS AT ,1urir& Doyle's, BVRDETT OWMS ! 45,000 NOW IN USE. W Oruauistsancl Musicians pronounce it un-equaled; of puije tpue,great compass and power, improving by age, and the most durable Organ made. We can wonderful things that are said about its tone-power and tonevar!ety.The Church union. It, has more .sweetness and power than any other. 0. F. Feine, Organist. St, Petebs Cathedral, Cincifati. O. Call and examine, or seild for catalogue 1., F. METZGER, ol8d&wlra ,- - MaysyUle, Ky. ..V ) emOS anpWGANS. ,m t. . iiu -x f - & agfcijcy of tlife...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 6 November 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. .MONDAY EVENING, NOV. G, 18S2. Tehms : The Lvkniso Bulletin Is published dally, and served lree of postage at G cents per week; 25 cents per month; 75 cents per three months ; 51.50 per six months, and S8 per year, payable In advance. BSffTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN ANY OTHER PAPER PUBLISHED in M AYS-VILLE. The Penny "?ost, a sprightly little Lexington paper appeared last Friday. Let every county committeeman see that the full Democratic vote is polled in his precinct. 'Every Democratic vote will be needed to-morrow. Let nothing keep you from the polls. Vote early. Henry "Ward Beecher will vote for Cleveland for Governor of New York, and advises every other Republican in the state to do likewise. The Post-office Department discourages the proposition for the reduction of postage, likely to result from the surplus revenues and estimated surplus of next year. A. 0. Soteldo, the Washington journal-...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 6 November 1882

M-i DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, I TlIE Oommercinl 'talks a somewhat dif- monday evening, nov. 6, 18s2. kosseb & McCarthy, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. j To keep yourself In humor good, On eve of the election, Just go and see the " Messenger," "Who comes from " Jarvls Section". You'll see the famed comedian, Each juror of the panel. Must, perforce, decide to be The great and only Dau'l. The river is still rising. Circulate the Daily Bulletin. Thanksgiving turkeys are preparing to be offered up. Keep your temper while talking politics or about the Ashland affair. Several scouts from the Boyd county mob are reported to have been at Lexington. A polar wave is said to be rolling this way. Cold weather may be expected very soon. The report that a child was kilied in its mother's arms during the tight at Ashland, is untrue. A young man named Wm. Wright had his foot crushed at Lexington, Friday, by being caught under an engine on the Kentucky Central. The alarm of fire on Sunday morning abou...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 6 November 1882

JH 'f " - --- , . . A Ship Brake. -. Ail apparatus has boen invented, the introduction of which, it is claimed, , will prevent any further appalling disasters caused by the collision of vessels in rivers, channels, and at sea. The construction of the device' is very simple and consists of a pair of iron shutters or " fius," hinged one on each side of the stsrn post of a vessel and shutting: close to its sides Irom the stern post forward. The "fins u are kept closed by a simple tus on deck, which is connected with the pilot house, and when ulet go" the slays connected, with the ' fins'' allow them to opjn at right angles with :. the.ship, it at once to a stand still, and holding it fast as if anchored..- The. area of the "iim" is in direct rati'p with the size of the ship, and the immediate stoppage of the vessel when they are suddenly opened is a certainty. Fins " much larger than are needed may do nttecl to au vesse.s without looking out of proportion to the size of .the ship. For ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 7 November 1882

JlSfflft 'SagatUMi iy4 mar .? 1W EVENING TtflE agency of the Johnson & Co., organs .and pianos, is now represented by J. T. j ge.taeir former agent, having resigned. I will 8udd1.v these celebrated instruments a, the mfimiuioturers pxicob, They are noted for their exappue xn,nr.apjp"jftuq unisu, and . FAJ0ieYer.ued nayo nsverfalieqlogiye.ei trriawats &t toodettrte cost af 6WdttNcalK Inil adav Mi Jiaaae i take pleasure In exhibiting ika instruments and In iiTniBii nsau - --"---- ... .... afiMrfvca. . - r 3 BftADDHRt Ittfo Agent, 9 My &fHmtowvm' K wllv made. " Ji,.fjik.n,niiiiV i.wrw'Jvjw. X wWOi For power, puiity cf lone.brilhancy of touch, beauty of tinibh and durability it has no equal. The most eminent pianists pronounce It THE BEST IN THE WORLD. ' L. F.'.METZGER. MANAGER, Branch office, Maysvllle, Ky :Also, The Matchless: BURDETT ORGAN. A full supply of pianos and organs constantly on hand. Correspondents promptly answered. Payments easy. sep2Cd&wly. LANE & BO...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 7 November 1882

DAILY EVENING- BULLETIN, TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 7, 1SS2. usr'f eiois : Tl e Lvknixg Bulletin i published dully, nuil smeil Jrte ot postane nt 0 ceuts per 25 cents -per month; 75 cents per three mouths ; Sl.fil) per six months, and i'3 per year, payable In nd ance. EVENING BULLETIN HAS A LAKGLK CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN ANY 01 HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN M AYS-VILLE. The Coroner's jury is still at work at Ashland. Ex-Governor AV. P. Hall, of Missouri, is dead. Gov. Hendricks, of Indiana, is reported to be much better. Thirteen new cases of yellow fever are reported at Pensacoln. A sweeping Democratic victory is expected in Indiana to-day. Cincinnati receives an average of 7C0 of grain a tfeek. Hon. Alex H. Stephens was inaugurated Governor of Georgia on Salurdav. Richmond Dispatch is inclined to the belief that it will be a remarkably chilly day when the Mahoneistsof Virginia light bonfires to celebrate a victory. It is satisfied that the Democrats of the- ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 7 November 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, ' The State of Leivis at Large. tuesday evening, nov. 7, 1882. PvOsser & McCarthy, PUBLISHERS AND PUOPKIKTOllS. spring. We find The lively chink 01 Hubbell clink Is heard about the town, But night will find Rads left behind And with their breeches down. Venxor predicts many snows and heavy ones this winter. The knitting company now about sixty operatives. . The present rise in the Ohio is not great enough to let out the coal fleet. Capt. H. L. Redden, of Vanceburg, has bought an interest in a Colorado silver mine and will go to that State Every Democratic vote in the city and county will be needed to-day. Let nothing deter democrats froiii going to the polls. The state Teachers' Association meets at H opkinsville, December 2G, 27 and 2S. Free entertainment of teachers in the private families is promised. - -- i. i- A max who has lived on and about the river for over forty years says that the indications are favorable for low water until navigation is clos...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 7 November 1882

' . Meat From the West. The high price of meat has led to a supply of enormous quantities of fresh meat from the whi?li is now a peculiar feature of the New York market. The business naturally grew out of the operations of the great Western meat-packing houses, which have sought this opportunity to dispose of their choicest pieces at higher prices than could he got for canned meats. When . the St. Lou's Beef Canning Company and Libby, McNeil & Libby succeeded after a long contest in the courts in , breaking the patents by which it was sought to maintain a monopoly in - ting up meat in cans, there was a in the business, and, as the price of meats advanced, there were more choice pieces to bo disposed of. Armour & Co., of Chicago, kiil about 500 cattle a day. The bt. Louis Beef Canning Company packed 200,000 last year, and sometimes .kill 700 in a day. Libby, McNeil '& Libby, of Chicago, also do an immense business, and these three firms are sending forward the bulk of the...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 8 November 1882

'ti,i$ J-" (, e V " - - J 4 - i( 1 )i EVENING BULLETIN, Hi)) " HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHEBE THEY MAY. 7 w YT VOLUME 1. MAYSYILLE, WEDNESDAY E1TENING, NOVEMBER 8, 1882. NUMBER 300. Down Tlicy Go.4 ' ' ;eaninglher prices'of job printing- -The following low' rates' will hereafter rulent theiBuLLETiw Job Printing Rooms. They are the lowest ever offered, in this citv. bv any printing establishment. The reduction doesiiotMnean careless printing and inferior stock, but on the contrary first-class press-work and composition and the best quality of paper : J . Bill Heads per ream .-. 5 00 Two Renins 9 00 Letter Heads per renin ; 4 50 Packet Xote Heads per renin .. 3 00 Commercial Xotc Heads per renin a 75 Eiivclopespertlioitsnud.... . 3 00 "Visltiug Cards fifty , M 25c And other printing at proportionately low prices. Eosser & McCarthy. SCHOOL BOOKST SLATES, PENCILS, PENS, EXERCISE, AND nr i. BOOKS,. SATCHELS. SCHOOL SUPPLIES! a. PRESENT Given to every chnd at J. C. PECOR &a...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 8 November 1882

. 'ii .. :- I '' DAILY EVENING BULLETIN., $EtiNESt)AY EVENING, N.OV.g, 1SJ52, -MStTebms: The Evening Bulletin Is published daily, and served jree Qf postoae at 0 cents per week; 42o cents per mouth; 75 cents per three months ; 81.50 per six months, and S3 per year, payable In ad ranee. ""WTKE "EVENING BTJLT.ETm HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, OHIO. THAN AN.YO'1 HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MA YS-VILLE. The returns received from the district indicate the election of Culbertson by a majority of about 1,000. o - Irs. Lanqty appeared at "Vyallack's theatre, New York, on Monday, and made a brilliant and successful debut. The news come from Ireland that a famine is impending in the counties of Donegal, Clare ancl Rascomon. The potato crop has been a failure, while storms have devastated that part of the country. The office of the Kentucky New Era, one of the best of the state papers, was destroyed by the late fire at Hopkinsville. The' loss was partly covered by insurance, and ye are ple...

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