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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 November 1882

i r DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, MONDAY EVENING, NOV. 20, 1882. BOSSEB & McCAHTHY, PUBLISHERS AND PKOPRIKTORS. 41 Whatever you havo to say, my friond, Whether witty, or grave, or gay, Condense It as much as ever you can, And say It the readiest way; And whether you write of rural affairs, Or matters and things in town Just take a word of friendly advice, Bo sure that you holl it down." This is good hog killing weather. ' The Paris gaB company furnishes gas at $3 a thousend feet. Lookout for the grand street parade by the Armstrong minstrels to-morrow. ' Mike McNamara, of 'Aberdeen, while hunting near Manch ester, Jast Sunday, fell and broke his leg. There will he no change in skirts this winter. Fashion Quarterly, Which, if true, will be unwelcome news for the washerwoman. "War. Bracken, brakesman on the south bound freight, last Saturday "evening, fell from his train and was severely cut in the head. Tiie Ripley Bee and Times says : There Is talic of the Big Sandy Packet Company run...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 November 1882

-. t,4, r - - Vt..4wr r Population and Votes. TEAS!! TEAS!! CHENOWETH & CO., The Indianapolis Jourr.al has prepared the following table, showing the population in 1880, the yote cast for President, and the per cent, such vote DRUGGISTS, is of the population f I HAVE a fnll Supply oi the best GUNPOWDER Beg leave In announce to tlieir friends and the public generally, llin,t lliey aie displaying, un.. TEA in the market. Give me a trial questionably, the finest line oi Kiyacy goods and other goods ever exhibited In thecltyi ' myOlyd GEO. Jl. HEISER. cr S . WILLAM CAUDLE, BTATK3, : 1" : ? Si LADIES' PURSES AND SAOHELS Manufacturer and Inventor of I Co : If? OF THE LATEST T RU S S E if' Alabama ArkauBflB..., .. California Colorado Connecticut Delaware riorida Qiiorgia Illinoie J ji diana Iowa Kaunas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland MuKBnchUBetts... Michigan Minnesota MifcHiKBippi MiHeouri Nebraska Nevada New' Hampshire. New Jersey New York North Carolina.. oh:o ,... Oregon Pennsylva...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 November 1882

I vjJ.UiCi EVENING BULLETIN. TV " HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY." v T VOLUME 1. MAYSYILLE, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 21, 188)3. NUMBER 311. ft CZiXZZI jix) .1fv:8 U;Q r P i i r 0 H o CQ O 4 I 1 P. 0 g H H i K tf h fa hi M n a. a ' ' WsBl r t j 0 i M N P Hr. Spoon en dyke's Soarch for tiio Ginger. Oh, dear!" grunted Mrs. "I'm sure I'm going to die!" and the good woman Hopped over in the bed and contemplated her husband with a pale face and a look of general debility. 'You will bo good to baby, won't you, dear?" "Oh, ho!" returned Mr. pounding her tenderly on the head with his big hand. "You're all right. Bear up against it, and you'll be well in an hour or two. I've often had the cholera morbus, but j'ou never see me give up like this. Where's the ginger?" "I don't know," moaned Mrs. "Look on the top shelf of the closet. If it isn't there, try the bottom drawer of the wardrobe ; or it may bo in the pantry. and 'Mrs. Spoopendyko iloubled up and straightened out wi...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 November 1882

.bf A , X . ) DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 21, 1882. . .. J... ,i I I....- .i i wstr'i'EUMs: The Jwkning Buietin Is pub lished daily, nnd served tree of postage at 0 cents per week; 25 cents per mouth; 75 cents per three months ; SJ.50 per six months, nnd 58 per yeammvable In nd vanco. mjlllb, BULliETlNIlA8 A , LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO, THAN ANY 01 HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS- VTLLE. b ; n M Mrs. Melville, who was sent to nn insane asylum at Norristown, Pa., some time ago, was released on Saturday and allowed to relurn home. Deaths from all causes in Cincinnati for the. past week were 110, or at the rate of '20.48 per thousand per annum. Of these, four were from violence. Yeoman : The present outlook is decidedly in favor of McDonald and Cleveland. The Democratic press of Kentucky leans strongly toward that ticket. Says the Washington Post: "A tariff for revenue Is the only tarrlff warranted by the coustltltutlon, and such a tariff...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 November 1882

k BffliY, ETOPKfl BULLETIN. LA . 'J fc TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 21, 1882. rosseb & McCarthy, puiliirim&ts and' itoi?iiiETORS. tm T5MI M" W Any one with hall im eyo Can plainly see in sight, The best of all the season's shows 'Down, at the hall to-night. Funny Bell, the Senator, 1 The world renowned quartetto, And Mealey, Green and Powers too, Will all be there ' U bet." Eggs are scarce and high in price. Turkeys are making their peace with all of the fowl creation. Eabbits are abundant in this market and sell for fifteen cents each. To prevent apples rotting keep them where they will bo handy for the children. The marriage bells, are going to ring in Maysville again very soon. Can you guess who for ? Hot oyster stews are the thing or this kind of temperature, and they may be had in perfection in this city. . .. Dr. "W. S. Newton, . of Portsmouth, a member of the Board of Examining Surgeons for Pensions, is dead. Astronomer Proctor predicts that a collision between the sun and t...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 21 November 1882

The Exploits or a Pet Hon. -I -V-T r One of oar Marion County lady friends had a pot lieu which felt quite at homo anywhere in the house. Quarterly meeting Wjus elose at hand and tho preacher wa3 coming; eggs were scarce, and only a few dozen could be had. The lady was Hying atound in a great hurry getting ready to cook upthe cake and other nice things, while tho hen was poking around in the house hunting for a suitab'e place to make herself a nest; she decide I that the wash-bowl, sitting on the water-shelf, was. the vry place, but before she could be suitably nestled the bowl fell to tho lloor and broke into a thousand pieces. This vexed our lady friend a little, but she kept her temper like a Christian, and went on about her work. It wasn't long before the hen had tumbled from the table to the lloor a whole set of plates. This would have been a sore trial to patient old Job, but the lady went on with her work, humming "Sweet-by-and-by," to keep up her spirits, Now the new spring ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 November 1882

f. r ' K V V- I 'I H l" J iLji iVi NkT VM. I EVENING BULLETIN. Yrf C( HEW TO THE LIKE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY." TOIUME S. HAYSYILLE, YJEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1882, NUMBER i. CARPETS! ' Constantly on hand-the Largest and Best Selected Stock of ' Wiltons, Axininster, JDY and TAPESTRY BRUSSELS Agents for PARQUETTE Ceo. F. Otte &. CHANGE OF LOCATION. WINDHORST & BLUM, Have removed their Merchant Tailoring Establishment from Cooper's building to U. H. White's new store, No. 81, Second street, where they will be pleased to have the public call an J see them. P. ices low and work the best. ansMly WINDHORST fc BLUM. Udi - yrZrW 4 V . . . " . V J UV . Nb. k lt m i m Kendall's Spavin Cure. The Most Successful ResMecly f.ver discovered, as it is certain it its ellects ana does not blister. READ PROOF BELO W. From Rev P.N. GRANGER, Presiding Elder of the St. Albans District. , '. : ' St. ALBANSj Vt Jan., 20, 1880. Dr. B. J. Kkndai,Ti & Co., Gents: In reply to your...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 November 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, "WEDNESDAY EVE., NOV. 22, 1S82. lt.Vls.NIKO HUl.liKTlN is Dllb llshed daily, and served lice of postage at 0 cents per week; 25 cents per month; 75couts per three months ; 81.50 per six months, and S3 per yeniypaynblo In advance. "Tarriiis evening BU"Ll7h.TlN"fiA A larger circulation in this city, chester and aherdeen. ohio. than any oiherpaper published in Thuiu.ow Weed is reported to be dying. ...... The Lexington Insane Asylum is full and patients are now being turned away. .. . . - . The case of Gillespie against Bradford, from Bracken county, has been reversed bv the Court of Appeals. Judge Alfokd, of the Lexington City Court has rendered a decision sustaining the Auditor's agent's motion for a rule against the city requiring it to refund all moneys collected for twelve years past, from fines in commonwealth cases. The decision is a sweeping one, and compels the treasurer to refund about $41,000. As Lexingtion is already in debt over $100,-000, this new ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 November 1882

Jt DAILY EVENING WEDNESDAY EVE., NOV. 22, 1382. bosser & McCarthy, I'UBIilSUKHS AND l'ltOPUIKXOKS. To-day the Daily Bulletin, A chip ot the old block, Stands as Arm as though it were, Upon a solid rock. And thogo who think it hos'nt passed The danger point of broakln', And has'nt not its eye teeth cut Are very much mistaken, Skates are being polished up. Rev. F. S. Pollitt will hold a Thanksgiving service on Lawrence Creek at 11 o'clock on Thanksgiving Day, and at Chester at night. James P. Young, a rich bachelor of Mt. Sterling, was found dead in his bed on Monday morning. His death was caused by the use of chloroform. The bodies of Samuel Taylor, wife and daughter, who have been dead sixteen years, .were recently exhumed for at Augusta and found to be perfectly preserved. , A max named W. H. Cunningham jumped down the stack of an iron furnace in full blast at Birmingham, Ala., on Saturday, and was instantly cremated. He was said to be from Kentucky. John Holland, a boy fourtee...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 22 November 1882

N -. '" -ft Fighting tho Went ' Lord Granville's expression of rorjrei in the House of Lords that England 3hould be compelled to "use forco against tho weak," apropos of thd bombardment of the Egypti an forts, Is a curious illustration of tho way in which a certain kind of cant survives for indefinite periods the facts to which it owed its origin. .Roluotauco to attack tho weak was a product of medieval chivalry, and was cultivated in the days when fighting was considered a good thing in itself and valued much lor its spectacular ellects. It lingers still in the dueling and boxing rules, which place the combatants as far as possible on terms of strict equality, and it every now and then comes up in attempts to justify misdirection of political sympathy, as when during our Rebellion English Tories used to pretend .that they sided with the South because it was the weaker party, and thought Captain Winslow acted unfairly because in the iight with the Alabama he protected his engines an...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 November 1882

i h n i.i i r? ) A vUU44 WASHINGTON OPERA HOUSE! ONE. KrijSOglX OSffLY. Wednesday ? Movember 29. ENGAGEMENT EXTEAOEDINAKY OF THE PEERLESS ' QUEEN BQUFEE, " -: SUPPORTED Alice Oates Opera Bouffe Qornpqny, In Audran's Famous Comic Opera in Three Acts, Entitled CAST OJe CKAH.A.OTEJH.S. BETTINA, The Mascotte, - AkipE PATES. Prince Frederick ...... MISS ALICE TO W.N8END Fiaraentn , .MISH MARIE UOSTELLE Lorenzo ."..'.;MR. "JAMES STURGES Plppo, a Shepherd. . MB.. HENRY MOLTEN Sergeunt Parofante MR. S. H. PERKINS Matteo. nn Inkeener D. FARNUM Fmuceska, Po;1Knf ,,',,., : Antonin, J ' EVENING TJTTT T T?rpTlU " HEW TO THE LIKE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY." . 1 . " VOLUME 2. MAYSYILLB, THURSDAY EVENING, NQ1FESIBEE!: 23, 1882. NUMBER 2. .., MISS ' J MISS Peanut Boys, LIZZIE o, "f i'.'..;...?......-. .....MISS ELL Tnr1n A UV1' Pietro Angelo LUJglV Marco, Paulo, Tito... i K...., f; .v. , JKeppO, Detto; A Ipnonzo, 1 f Andrea,1 . Punchinello .., Harlequin,.;. , ...... . : r .: Courtiers, Cour...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 November 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVE., NOV. 23, 18S2. u&t'ikiois: The liiVKKiNG DuojLktin is published daily, nud served Jreo of postage nt 0 cents per week; 25 cents per month; 75 cents per three months ; 81.50 per six months, and 63 per ear, payable in advance. rTlIiti EVKNirsCi LAKGER circulation in this city, CHESTKR AND ABERDEEN. OHIO, THAN ANY O'iHERPAPER PUBL1SHE13IN MAYS-VILLE. Hogs are worth $7 a hundred pounds iu Fleming county. Tokty thousand two hundred and two is Patterson's plurality in Pennslvunia. Durinq the month of October 45,905 immigrants came to this country. Germany leads the list of contributors with 17,593. Tiiuhlow Weed died at New York on the 22nd inst. He was born in that state in 1797 and was a journalist for more than sixtv years. The Flemingsburg Democrat says : From one of the remote precincts In the county the report comes that the ballot-box was opened twice belore the polls were closed for the purpose of seeing how the vote stood, and that the p...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 23 November 1882

I I DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. thursday eve., nov. 23, 1882. rosser & McCarthy, rUBIilSHKKS AND PllOFRIKTORS. h A vEitY pleasant piece of npws To every shivering soul, Ik some Samaritan has knocked The props from under coal. . Now let us form a Ku KIux Ulau Of every one In town, To put our feet upon Us neck And keep the blamed thing down. Turkeys are studying an essay, "How to give up the ghost." The wedding bells are to be set jingling again soon in this community. Mr. Pollitt, driver of the Tollesboro and-Maysville ominibus, will extend his trip to Vanceburg avery Monday, Wed nesday and Saturday, provided the business justifies his doing so. Mr. "W. L. Stickley succeeds the late Israel Stickley in the wagon making business, He is a skilled workman and we are very sure will give entire satisfaction to all who may favor him with work. Messrs. J. H. Hall & Co. received on Tuesday from South America a large order for plows. The Eagle plows have been used there for many years 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. — 23 November 1882

iff A iW& An Irish Highwayman. Brennan, the famous Irish highwayman, was a little Bonaparte in his way. He once robbed throe officers in and left them telling them he would report them to the Duke of York as unworthy to serve the King, for allowing themselves to bo robbed by a single man. lie wore a leather girdle round his middle, stuck with pistols. There was an attempt made by two police officers in the town of Tipperary to arrest him, early in the morning, in bed ; but he jumped through the window and his wife threw a pair of pistols out to him. They pursued him to a by-field,where they came upon him in his shirt; but ho kept one of them, at bay with one pi3tol while with the other ho stood over the second policeman till he made him strip off his clothes, which he put on himself, thus making him return to town as ho (Brennan) had leffi it, namely in his shirt. It is to Brennan belongs the story incorrectly credited to Cartouche. Brennan, in company with to other "gentleman,"...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 November 1882

t A it w H l. S Agents for PARQUETTE CSeO. F. Otte & CO.. T. LOWRY, DEALKK IN STAPLE AND FANCY G R OCERI ES, Teas, Tobacoo, Cigars, Queensware, Wooden-ware, Glassware, Notions, Ac. Highest price paid fo? Country Produce, Goods delivered to any part of the city. Cor. Fourth and Plum Streets, ,ri ap!21yd MAYBTILLS, KY. CRAWFORD HOUSE. v por.v8ith' and IfiutjBte . 0 1 3NT C7 X 3T JKT jfe. !? I f WQl &&&J&L, Proctor. OATES BY THE: Bouffe Company, Opera in Three Acts, Entitled "LAMASCOTTE!" ALICE GATES. MISS ALICE TOW N8END MISS M ARIE ROSTELLE MR. J AMES BTURGES . MR. HENRY MOLTEN R. VAN OS TEN M R. S. H. PERKINS D. FARNUM MISS MAY DOUGLASS MISS RESSIE TEMPLE MISS LULU CAMPBELL MISS LIZZIE R OHELLE MISS ELLA GRANVILLE .MISS BELLE LEVERING MISS RHODA HIRSCH .MISS PAULINF SCOTT M IBS LOUIZ A LEONARD MISS LAURA ROMER MISS IDA CHENEY MISS ROSE LEE MISS BELLE WATERS MR. D.PACKARD ., MR. ED. RAGEARD Pages, Peasants, etc. Musical Director. At Taylor's News Depot. CARPETS! L...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 November 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 24, 1882. worTKitMS: The Evkning J1ui.iL.ktin Is published dally, nncl served iree of poMnge at 0 cants per week; 25 cents per mouth; 75 cents per three months ; $1.50 per six months, and 88 per yenv. payable In advance. rTHb kVENlINU BULLETIN MAS A LARGttR CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, CHESTER AND ABERDEEN. OHIO, THAN ANY 01 HER PAPER PUBLISH ED IN &JAYS-VILLE. Our Agents. The following persons are the authorized rtgents for the Daily Bulletin at the places named. Contracts for subscription or advertising may be made with them : Germaktown T. .T. Kackloy &Co. Washington Mrs. Anna Thomas. A. Jaclrson. Mt. OIjIVR.t Peter Myers. ARDIS-P. W. Suit. Fkrn Leaf Harry Burgoyne Mineuva W. U. Hawos. Shannon Win. Clary. A. J. Lisle, of Lexington, has made an assignment. It is understood that Senator Beck intends oflering a resolution as soon as the Senate convenes, providing that the usual holiday recess be abandoned this year. The Postmaster Ge...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 November 1882

y 5' i ff DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. feiday evening, nov. 24, 1882. bosser & McCarthy, I'UUTjISIIBIIS AND 1'ltOPttIKTOltS, You know wo.saitl the wedding bells, Would soon be set a ringing, And Cupid fond and trusting hearts, Together would be bringing. "Well that Is true, and yet perhaps, It is not Known to all, That rumor says these bells will ring, For happy Hilly Ball. Thanksgiving next Thursday. Corn sells for forty Bracken countv. cents a bushel in Tiie Handy now carries the whistle of the steamer W. 1. Thompson. An increased acreage of wheat has been planted in all parts of the state. Owensboro is to have a system of sewerage and drainage at a cost of $194,000. All mills and manufactories built in Paris in the future are to be exempt from taxation for six years. Mr. John J. Smoot, a Bath county farmer recently sold fifty hogsheads of tobacco in Oincinnati for $23.34 per hundred. i TnE Taylor House at Augusta is to have a windmill on the roof for the purpose of pumping water t...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 24 November 1882

ZWl&WF',lo Tho Mnslier. What is a masher P Webster gives no ilofluition of him, but he is known to modern literature as a creation indigenous to American soil and which growa profusely on the steps of hotels, of tho intersection of streets and around theater entrances, or at such parts of tho promenade as are most frequented by young ladies without escorts; ho has, unfortunately, the outward semblance of a gentleman, notwithstanding his grimaces and contortions when one of tho opposite sex happens to notice him. lie is always airing his accomplishment", hoping to "maan" some silly girl. . When one of these interesting subjects appears the masher writhes and twists like a subtle anaconda, whom he resembles, indeed, and is at once afflicted with a facial difficulty; his features work convulsively, one eye is partially closed ; a smile intended to be an inspiration of love, but which, in its idiotic vacancy more nearly resembles a suggestion of colic, wreathes his bland feature?, a...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 25 November 1882

4 ; X f i .ftMUJ V I l.WC 4 'I J v?" JB TFm. flft A flk A. JB, 1 f " : SUPPORTED be fes 0?ea In Audran's Famous Comic Opera JlJijl iVliluk) 0A.S"I7 OX 3Cua BETTINA, The Mascotte, Prince Frederick Flamentn Flppo, i Shepherd Kocco. a Farmer Sergeant Parofnnle Matteo, an Inkeeper "-! Frhnceska, Autonia, ) P easaul t,irlh Win, p' t ..., iAv Pletro, i Angelo, f Lnigi, Marco, Paulo, Tito, Beppo, Detio, r ba AlDiionzo. -..- . .- CourlleiB, Court Ladles, j 1 n EVENING . -. BULLETIN. i 111 JI JLJ w .. .. VOLUME 2. MJLYSVILLE, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 25, WASHINGTON OPERA HOUSE! OHE KflGKET OEffJCY. Wednesday, Moirember 29. ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINABY OF THE PEERLESS QUEEN 03? OPERA BOUFFE, a B PH B 1 W Bk J BY THE: Bouffe JfUiiJU.iw in Three Acts, Entitled COTTEf - IS. - 5LO,I,333FL. - ALICE OATES. MISS ALICE alios di AHihj HUni kjLLhj AIR. HENRY MOLTEN R. VAN OSTEN M It. S. H. PEIUCl NS D. FARNUM ,JSrf MAY DOUGLAS , M 1SS HESSIB TEM PLE USS LULU CAMPBELL Mititi lti'AjLti ti, uuitiLiiiCi MISS...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 25 November 1882

.Jgv DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 25, 1882. wr Tkums : The evjiklno is dally, and served Ivco of postage tit 0 ronUspor week; 23 cents per month; 75 cents per three months ; 31.50 per six mouths, and 3 por.year. payable In advance. -'! HJ'J hVJSNhNU HUL.lifc.TlN HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS (JITY, OHESTER AND ABERDEEN. OHIO. THAN ANY O'l HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN M AYS-VILLE. i'uuiw mi Our Agents. The following persons are the authorized agents for the Daily Bulletin at the places named. Contracts for subscription or advertising may be made with them : OEKMANtfowN T. J. Kackley ifcCo. Washington Mrs.Wnua Thomas. Mayslick J. A Jackson. Mt. Oi.ivkt Peter Myers. Hardis P. W. Suit. FrciiN Leaf Harry Burgoyne, " Minehva W. H. Hawes. Shannon Win. Clary. The corn crop of Tennessee this season, is BJiid to be largest ever grown in that state. : . 300,000,000 pounds, valued at $100,000,"- 000, is tho estimate of the total wool clip of the United States for the yoar 1882. ....

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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