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Daily evening bulletin. [volume] (Maysville [Ky.]) 1881-1882, December 09, 1881, Image 1

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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN
PER WEEK SIX CENTS
S1NULE NUJIllEIl ONE CENT
BLUEGRASS KOTJTE
Kentucky Central R R
THE MOST DESIRABLE RO TJTE TO
CINCINNATI
ONL Y LINE R UN NIX G
FREE PARLOR CARS
JJWEEN
LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI
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Time table in effect March 31 1881
Leave Lexington 730 a in
Leave Mayavllle - 545 a m
Leave Paris 820 a in
Leave Cynthlanu S55 a m
Leave Falmouth 1000 a in
Arr Cincinnati llloa in
Leave Lexington 435 p m
Arrive Maysville 815 p in
Free Parlor Car leave Lexlngon at
Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati at
UPPER OHIO
fit at all hours J Shearer
Co Roase fe Mosset Agents
2 In p m
1230 pm
305 p in
8H0 p m
ImG p m
030 p m
215 p m
2C0 p in
Close connection made in Cincinnati for all
points North East and West Special rates to
emigrants Ask the agent at the above nmed
laces for u time folder of Blue Grass Route
S ound trip tleketn from Maysville and Lex
Jueton to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates
For rates on household goods and Western
tiokets address CHAS H HASLETT
Genl Emigration Agt Covington Ky
JAMES C RRN8T
Genl Pass and Ticket Agt
TIME TAI1IE
Covington Flemingsburg and Pound Gap
RAIIK4AI
Connecting with Trains on K C R R
toeave FiiEMiNGSBURQ for Johnson Station
645 rf m Cincinnati Express
913 a m Maysville Accommodation
325 p m Lexington
702 p m Maysville Express
Leave Johnson Station for Flemingsburg on
the arrival of Trains on the K C R Rj
hwj a m vim p m
948 a m V37 p m
Cincinnati Wheeling- and Pittsburg
DAILY 5 P M PACKET LINR
JN Williamson Supt OHlee 4 Pub Lang
Monday SCOTIA F Maratta
Tuesday St LA WHENCE -Win List
Wedy KATIKS SrOCKDALE Calhoon
Thursday HUDSON Saniord
Friday ANDLH C Muhleman
Saty EMMA GRAHAM H Knowles
Freight received on Mc
Coys wiiarfboat foot Main
Cincinnati lorlNm ntli Bljy Sandy A
Pomeroy Packet Company
John Kyle Pres H E Gkeenk Sec
L Glenn Treas W P W alkbk Jr Agent
C and O R R Packet von Huntington
FLEET WOOD Daily 1 P M BOSTON A
For Pomeroy and All Way Lnndgings
OHIO Mondays Thursday 5 P M
TELEGRAPH Tuesdays Fildiys 5 P M
POTOMAC Wednesdays Saturdays 6 P M
Portsmouth all Mull nnd Wnv rniiHcrlncru
BONANZA Tuesys Thursys Saturvs 12 M
Maysville All Mall and Way Landings
CITY OF PORTSMOUTH Monday
duv and FHdnv nt 19 M
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boat loot of Broadway O
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MaysvUle ami Cincinnati
Trl Weekly PacKot
W P THOMPSON H L Redden Capt
Moss Taylok Purser
H Redden and A O Mokse Clerks
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weaves vuucmuirg Sundays
Tuesdays and Tbumliiys
Leaves Hnnmnnti Mnmlnve
Wednesdays and Fridays For irelght or pas
gage apply on board
Vnncebnrg1 Rome Concord Mnuches
or and Maysville Daily Packet
HANDY Bruok Redden Capt
R L BllTTOR Olwrlr
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Jeeves vunceburg daily nt
5 oclock a ra for Maysville
Goes to Ripley Mondays Wednesdays and
Friday Connects at Manchester with stage
for West Union For freight or passage apply
n board
HEW TO THE LINE LET THE CHIPS PALL WHERE THEY MAY
MAYSVILLE FRIDAY EVENING DECEMBER 9 1881
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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
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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Its wide circulation therefore
makes it a valuable vehicle for
business announcements which
we respectfully invite to our
columns
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WHka 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 the office
of the DailyBulletin
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AN UGLY CASE
A Young1 Couple Run ulF to get Married
lint Come Hack Single
From the Flemingsburg Demnorat
As a chronicler of news we are compell
ed this week to give an account of a case
that is sickening in its dutails and which
hufcjelicited the condemnation of every one
On Monday of last week Robert Grain
eighteen years of age and 6on of Lewis
Crain and Delia Thompson aged fourteen
daughter of Al Thompson deceased and
step daughter of Thomas Mt Crain got on
the train at Davis Cross roads this side of
llillsboro for the purpose of repairing to
Aberdeen to get married It was a run
away and the young lady whose mother
was in Flemingsburg at the time was fear
fill that she might be seen while passing
through here Keeping a close lookout
the party passed throuuh Flemingsburg
un perceived
The testimony of the girl elicited at the
trial this week was that when they ar
rived in Maysville some time after dark
young Crain took her to the European
Hotel where he registered It was not
known to her at the time what he wrote
on the register but it was afterward provi n
that the book for that day shows Robei t
Crain and wife Crain remarked to hi r
that he guessed they had better have some
supper and then took her up stairs pre
sumbly for that purpose Arriving at a
room to which he had been assigned
Crain showed her in followed locked the
door and jerking a pistol from his pocket
compelled lier to here followed
a tale in three chapters The next morn
Crain told her he could not marry her and
without further words procured a hack
and brought her back to her home
The arrest of Crain was made on Satur
day by deputy sheriffs Vize and Kendall
The examining trial took place at Poplar
Plains before Esquires Carpenter and
ilurst which resulted in the holding over
of the prisoner in the sum of 800 bond
which was given by his father
Both parties to this affair are of excel
lent families and the surpise and indigna
tion that was manifested as the particulars
began to eke out is beyond the power of
description
Culinarj Uutlietics
Cleveland Leader
Education is always opportune and in
the magnitude of modern progressiveness
everything should be anticipated for even
the day when the commpn cook must
necessarily be fluently conversant with
ancient history seemth not far distant
The writer happened to be spending the
evening with one of the feminine literature
of the east end recently when the follow
ing suggestive soliloquy took place be
tween the worthy lady o the house and
the cook
Whatshalllgetfor breakfast missus
Split the two Crcsar chickens and fry
them quite brown butter and serve at 7
sharp
Will you have coffee or tea
Titus Andronicus in the brown Schlie
manu jug
Shall I bake biscuit
Alexander muffins done crisp and
dont you forget it 1 say set the table
Biddy in the Roman senate chamber
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Yol 1 No 1
President Arthurs No
Somebody who called on the president
says to Gath I went to see him a few
days ago and the room contained so many
people that I was about to retire You
take a chair said lie and wait awhile
till I dismiss some of these others The
first per on was a woman who wanted
the president to write her a letter to the
head of her bureau allowing her to take
her clerical copying work home She
was a pretty boldish puppet evidently
thinking she had only to smile at the
president to have him say yes The
president replied I will not do it I
am entirely too busy to run the depart
ments But said she f you will only
require to write a line to our chief That
is what I shall not do said the president
for that would be running his depart
ment and giving him an excuse for neg
lecting it The next person was a office
seeker who asked Mr President I came
around to see if you had heard anything
more about my appointment No said
the president and I do not want to hear
anything more about it I have heard a
surfeit now I told you that your appli
cation and indorsements were all here all
sufficient and would be examined Every
time you come here you postpone the set
tlement of your case Iwo months By
this time said my informant I got
ready to go but the president took me
aside and asked me about cabinet seekers
from my section with a thoroughness
which showed me he knew all about all
of them
The weaning of a baby elephant doesnt
seem to be a very difficult task The fa
mous offspring ot Hebe was taken from
its mother the other day at Bridgeport
Conn where both animals are in winter
quarters and is now living complacently
on a diet of crackers and milk The
mother utters a sonorous protest occa
sionally and looks fondly toward the lit
tle anim 1 tethered at- the other end of
the apartment But both are getting
used to the separation and no trouble is
anticipated
Eugene Hcinmick of Springfield 111
piocured a quantity of the shingles from
the Lincoln mansion and ingeniously
converted them to account by sawing out
a provile of the lamented president He
has sold about 150 worth of these relics
and they have been sent to the people in
all parts of the land
In a Philadelphia court a woman has
secured a verdict of 9000 from a street
railway line for the loss of a hand by an
accident to the car in which she wasmd
ingTwhTfe a few days before in thesamc
court a verdict of only 4000 was given
in favor of a boy who had both legs cut
off in another street car accident
The finest railroad station in the United
States is said to be the new one of the
PennsylvaniajCompany in Philadelphia
It stands inthe heart of the city and is
described as a magnificent specimen of
Gothic architecture
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Through allmistake of the sexton
James Wills an aged resident of Central
square near Oswego N Y who is very
seriously ill had the
lege of hearing his own death tolled

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