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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN
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PEIt WEEK SIX CENTS
SINGLE AilLIMiKK OJNE CENT
JBIUEGTfcASS ROUTE
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THE MOST DESIRABLE ROUTE TO
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BETWEEN
LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI
Time tublotn effect Alnrcl 31 1S81
Leve Lexington 780 n m
Leave Mnysville rH5 n m
Leave Paris s 20 a m
Leave Cynthlana 855 u m
Leave Falmouth 1000 a m
Arr Cincinnati 1145 a m
Leave Lexington AXi p m
Arrive Mnysville 815 p m
Free Parlor Car leave Lexlngon at
Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati at
Leaves vaiiciimrg hununys
Tuesdays and Thursdays
Leaves Cincinnati Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays For Irelghtor passage-
apply on board
Vaiicobiirpr Komo oiicorl ManrlicN
tvv ami Maysvillo Iaily Packet
IfANOY Buuce Redden Capt
R L IJituoE Clerk
Loves vanceuurg daily at
5 oclock a m for Maysvllle
Leaves Maysvllle nt 2p ra
Goes to Ripley Mondays Wednesdays and
prlday Connects at Manchester with stage
1 r West Union For freight or passage- apply
b nrd
f L TRAYSER
PIANO MANUFACTURER
Vxoni St 4 doors west of 11111 Honse
Grrtnd Upright and Bqunrb Pianos also tre
DestmuUQ or urgnnsnjnwesiimunuiacurui0
y yrloes Tunelng and Repairing n7
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Its wide circulation therefore
makes it a valuable vehicle for
business announcements which
we respectfully invite to our
columns
Advertising Rates Low
Liberal discount where adver
tisers use both the daily and
weekly For rates apply to
rosser McCarthy
Publishers
JOB WOEK
Of all kinds neatly promptly
and cheaply done at theoffice
of the Daily Bulletin
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MAYS1TILLE THURSDAY EVENING DECEMBER 8 1881 Vol 1 No 15
215 p m
l230pm
305 p m
310 pm
AM p rn
630 p m
215 p m
2B0 p m
Close connection made in Cincinnati for all
points North East and West Special rates to
cmlgrants Ask the agent at the above named
places for u time folder of Blue Grass Route
Bound trip tickets from Mnysville and Lex
ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rales
For rates o household goods and Western
tickets nddresp OH AS fl H ASLETT
Genl Emigration Aat Covington Ky
JAMES C BRNST
Genjl Pass and Ticket Agt
TIME TAKIiE
CovtnglorrPIemliigBhrghtiaPoniidGa
RAILROAD
Connecting with Trains on K C R R
Leave FrEMiNGSBUKG for Johnson Station
515 a m Cincinnati Express
813 a m Maysvllle Accommodation
325 p m Lexington
702 p m Mnysville Express
Leave Johnson Station for Flemlngsburg on
the arrival of Trains on the K C R Ri
023 a m - 100 p m
948 a m V37 p m
Regular UiHOinimllftrayMvUIe Az Borl
month Pnclsct
BONANZA E B Moork Commander
TV W Vnnxrj nnil H WALKER Clerks
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Leaves umciiinaueuerjf i
knt 12 nflofik in
rinvp Portsmouth ovrv Mondnv Wednesday
and Friday at 11 oclock a in Stopping at
Maysvllle either way between the hours of 6
and 7 pm Freight rocelved at all hours on the
wharf boat Rohekt Fiuklin Agent
MttyiivUleiilI Mail nnd Way ItuulliiN
CITY OF PORTSMOUTH
Q Mokgan Master Fkank Bkyson Clerk
ai LenVes Omein n ti Monday
mKPkmmGiA Wednesday and Friday
WmmKfmMffHt Leaves Maysvllle Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday Leaves whurl loot oj
Broadway For Height or passnge apply on
board or to RohehtFiokiin Agent
Vanccburtr MayHVlIo iiimI Cincinnati
Tri Wekly Puckit
W P THOMPSON I L Redden Capt
Moss TaviOH Purser
II Redden and A O Moksk Clerks
THE
DAILYBULL
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Published every afternoon and
delivered in this city the sub
urbs and Aberdeen by our car
riers at 6 CENTS a week
HSSi
It is welcomed in the house
holds of men of both political
parties for the reason that it is
more of a newspaper than a po
litical journal-
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TIS STHANOE BU V TRUE
A Squirrel Kills a RuttlcMinke at ilio
Pnquirer
A story so strange that it scorns almost
incrclitable cblrics from the ZooloJcnl
Garden facts will give all a greater respect
for the weaker animals whoso plnek and
instinct perhaps it may be called intel
ligence triumph ovir the swength of
their deadly lues Yesterday alterno n
a little squirrel killed a rattlesnake aboi t
to devour it and the aggre sor became
the victim It is customary to place live
an i mats such as the rabbit the rodent or
the squirrel in the den of the slimy re
pugnant reptiles who tempted our fiist
parent The snakes when they are
hungry with fearful deliberation ap
proach their terrified prey and relentless
ly devour it The squirrel which battled
so bravely for its life and won crouclud
tremblingly in a corner of the snakes
abode and seemed to understand that it
would soon be food for the disgusting
creature whose fierce cold eyes began to
glitter in anticipation of the promised
feast Slowly but surely the rattlesnake
crawled toward the squirrel but the bun
nie quickly jumped on n perch above the
deadly reptiles head The long flat head
was raised upon the perch and the forked
tpngue spit iorth it veronu Put the
squirrel with a sudden springy alighted
onthebaqkoftlio snake and btqffone
ofjhis rattles The wounded reptile wheel
ed quiqklyround and struqk thelLttle
hero a fearful blow breaking herigbi
leg Brave little fellow once more u
leaped beyond the reqeh of big maddened
foe Another spring and the squirrel
was triumphant lie caught the snake
behind the bead and with one firm
thrust of his sharp white teeth he de
capitated ihe slimy monster and fell ex
hausted by the wriggling mass but tht
battle had been won and the snake was
dead
An Obstinate Bride
The other night a young man from
Northern Arkansas and a young lady from
the southern part of the State met at a
hotel in this city and were married
After the cerernpny the young man vvn
out and sat in front of the hotel while his
wife went up to the room assigned as tht
bridal chamber
This thing of getting 4 married is a
life timo business he said address
ing a man who had just been divorced
from his wife I reckon you have fount
it so said he turning to a single man
Well I reckon Ill go up Dinged if I
dont kinder hate to go up there too but
I was never afeered of a man and I dont
see why I need bo afeered of a woman
He went up and rapped at a door
Whos there demanded the girl
Its me
Whos me
Dont you recognize my talk honey
No I dont
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Its your own wide aakeand Jiving
husband Let me in
Go away from that door You ahant
come in here I aint got acquainted with
you yet
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fcUy let me in Them fellers down
I W I 1 t i V
stairs are laughing at me Open the door
for Im sleepy and he yawned like a man
waiting for a night train
Thought you said that you were wide
awake
I was a while ago but Im powerful
sleepy now Say aint you going to open
thisdoor
No I aint
Why did vou marry me
Because I wrntcd to
Well why dont you let me in
Because I dont want to
All right old gal Ill shell out fur
home and leave you to pa the hotel bill
I never seed the womnn tkat could pull
the wool over my eyes
The latch clicked and the door opened
The hotel bill had frightened her It
wont do for a woman to buck agin me
lernmy tell you for I was raised at the
cross roads and went to mill early
A Fast of NiiiHy ono Days
Bombay Gazette
A religious mendicant of the Jain caste
is reported to have just completed a
ninety one days fast at Pahlanpur An
eye witness describes in a Surat paper the
appearance of the man on the last day of
the penance The saint says the
writea underwent a fast of eighty six
days last year and has been more or less
accustomed to this form of affliction
When seen on the ninety first day of the
recent fast his veins were much swollen
and he seemed to speak only with great
effort Lie was seated on a blanket in a
corner and had near him the spur water
of curdled milk which he sometimes
drank He seemed however tobe cap
able of physical exertion and up to the
last day procured the curdled milk water
for himself He was all along engrossed
in prayer and held vo communication
with other men excqpt on religious topics
The man has spent his life in strict asceti
cism and has denied himself all food and
luxury save what may be got from the
milk water bread and yellow rice His
bedding consists of an ordinary blanket
and nothing more Many Jains undergo
penances in the shape of fasts and other
self inflictions but it is said that this
mans efforts in this direction are unap
proached by even bis most severe corelig
ionists nd he has drawn to himself a large
following of Shrawaks He accepts how
ever no presents and no fees
Prince Bismarcks mother is described
and the description is approved by Bis
marck himself as correct as having been
a tall graceful amiable and altogether a
charming woman but with all this posses
sing a notable expression of decision and
firmness fehe had a steady eye and hand
and was an excellent pistol shot
It is said that Mr Vanderbilts physi
cian has told him that he should prepare
for the last moment at all times that
apoplexy promises to terminate his days
and that comparative rest is absolutely
necessary
Mr Choatewas was once described by
an old farmer as looking like a mixture of
jaundice and jurisprudence
George Bancroft the historian cele
brated his eighty first birthday recently
He is living ewport It I
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