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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 2 November 1887

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VI. MAYSVILLE, KY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1887. NUMBER 292. DYSPEPSIA gSSS" UMXeMa. . BRJaf -e ' SB BEST TONIC Qulckh mi fori) Food. btel' Rxv . lfin "H nd I mcn'li uid li Hot JJini. n-n Jjrsj. Jontu on and completely i 'tircn IlyoncpNln In all n. Heartburn, Belching, Tatinjr tba bto. It enriches and purifies the blood,uma nnnctito. and aids the assimilation of food. T IlosstTER, the honored pastor of the "Ufornio I Onurrb, Haltlmore, Md., Bays: n lued Brown's Iron IJltters for DrspepeU lexiUon I take great pleaaure in rocom it hluhljr. Also consider it a splendid tonio ScirnUir and voir strengthening." osemi O. Suit. Judge of Circuit Court, Co.. Ind , says: " I boar rnurt chenrfnl testl. the ellloacr of lirown's Iron Bitten for a, and as a tooio." has above Trade Mark and crossed red line ppor, Tnko no other, Madeonbbr I C1IEM1UAL CO. IUXT1UOUJ& Xlia- m a. w. HHn-n, aniWwUIPVAlUV J mUnUaiiK fACMJ tud for the nalnloss extraction ef 1DlftaMiBAv4flA MM ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 2 November 1887

): . 'i DAILY EVENiiNk mn DAILK EXtEPT SUNDAY. ItOSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. RA.T$a OF 8UB8CR1PTI0N. "Thk Daily bdllktin wilt bo delivered to any part of the city at e cento a week, or one year for S3. Tit DAtLT Bulletin to any postofflce In lie United States, postage prepaid, at twenty dire 'cent per month or three dollar per year. 1 1 i .1 n i "WEDNESDAY EVEN'Q, NOV., 2, 1867 tWelve LIVES LOST. The Terrible Eosult of a Gasolino Ex plosion, at St Louis. .,' A special to the Evknino .Bumjctik brings the intelligence of a terrible loss of lifo at St. Louis yesterday. A gasoline explosion occurred in a grocery, wrecking the building, and caus ing the dtath of twolvo persona. Far mer particulars have not been learned. i I. 0. 0 P. ..-Regular meeting of Ringgold Lodge No. 27, to-night. Reports from tho -lelegatea to the annual session of the State Grand podge. Allmembers are asked to be pres ent. Members of sister lodges invited. OURNiiGHBOBs! SHANNON. W. T. Cole, merchant at thi...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 2 November 1887

THB FINEST IN THH LAND! W. H. MEANS' $3.00 SHOES, AT HONAN'S; TRY A PAIR D&jjff MKf Ife BUECetlNg T WOtflLMiraEf BUAKfiD;- KENTON-OROVER NUPTIALS. - Advertised Letter List. ' The following is a liatof letters remain ing in the postoffice at Maysvilte, Mason County, Ky., for tho week ending Tum dnv, November 1, 1887: TOBACCO MAEKET. Furnished by Glover A Uurrett, proprietor Louisville lobaccn Warebou-e. Haleaon our market forth, week Jo tolonrd amounted o 2,9'6 hhds., with recelpta of IJXt lihila. for Ibu name period. Halex on our mar ket allien Ian. imi nmnunt to 114. IW hlida. Tn inurkel this week has developed new at ength oa nil gruUtBofU ir o tobacco. The otTering have been larger than unuoT, ahd the nfatiu uitureia Inve displayed u marked desire U accumulate tock. Tbe followl ir Quotations fairly represswt E 1 I r AtLrXCEtJSUNDYi tH I fll & F f vl oprfator.. k ai f theTMogDhfiter-fielM i A. Happy Ejront'That'Unitod Prom imeHtlTamiiios' of MsoHand yEDgEA.X(EytiN'G, NOVfi...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 2 November 1887

I ' ' GOING TO CONEY ISLAND. THE WAY THE POOR SPEND THEIR SATURDAY HALF HOLIDAY. SIM XlAt Crowded Servant Molds, Shop flirts, lteaa and Fa to 11 FortleEmp fftng the Dinner Basket Tho Effect of fee Merry-Oo-ltoumla. One glaring, blazing day; ono that wilts cellars and molts ruffles, that stows tbe color ost of bat linings and reduces cofT to auilp; one day that paints "with nature's own velou- ttee" the faces of mankind a deep, rich terra j cotta, and bakos tho thin coating of white wash on fomluiiM checks into a stiff, crack Bsg crust one auoh "roaster" has oomo at feet and opened, with a burst, the Conor bland season. The season proper, the merry ' season of dime museums and mechanical sows, of beautiful Circassians and tho hairy children of Homoo, is as yet in tbe ofllng. It lakes Bovornl scorchers alwut July 1 to do Tolop this plioso of a Now York summer, be loved aliko by Jew and Qentilo. As soon as it docs come, howoror, tboro will bo a S.Uur-' 4ay afternoon exodus to tho city ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 3 November 1887

THE ETENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VI. fatokVUiLE, TJX, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 188?. NUMBER 293. I At tMa aesaon nMrtv smn mm twiads ftn hm i tort of tonlo. IRONenter Into almost erprr pig tfatoa'i prMoripUoa for them who seed baOdiac ag. Par Wtftfihnnaa. l.nMnltilflfl. T.nclf JBneftnry etc.. It IIAM.NO. KQUA1-, and to no only iron medicine mat is not injurious It Unrlc!:vx tlio Hlooil, Invleorntea the Bys,tcin, Restores Appetite, Aid Digestion Jt does dot bj&cken or injure the teeth, cause held, che or produce oonstlpatlon irr Jmn mtlicn4 lo JOn. O. II. BrmtLET, a leading physician of Spring field, Ohio sirs: . . . ... Brown's Iron Bitters Is a thoronirnlr good medi cine. I use It in my practice, and Hud its action ex eois all other (arms of iron. In neakuont, ora low con ditlon of the syitem, Brnwn'e Iron Bitters is nanaUr posittre necescity. It is all that is claimed for it." Da. W. N. Watzbs, 1919 Tbirty-aeoond Btroet, Ooorretotrn, D 0., says; " Brown's Iron Bitters ia the Timio of...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 3 November 1887

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILK EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. RATES OF HUIiUClilPTION. Thk Daily Bullktin will be delivered to any part of the city at 6 cents a week, or one 7car for S3. Tiik Daily Bulletin to any poatofflco In the United States, tiostngo prepaid, At twenty' It cent per month or three dollar per year. THURSDAY VEN'G,.NOV., 3, 1887. EOWAN OIROUIT COURT. James Harris alias Pondlum Acquit ted of tho Chargo of Oonspi-' racy to Commit Murder. Judge J. 11 Morton, of Lexington, com menced a special term of Hie Rowan Ci" tuit Court lat Monday to try the case of tho Commonwealth against Jumea Har ris alias Pendlura under indictment for conspiracy to murder Judjie Cole and others. Commonwealth's Attorney 8aleo represented the Slate and Boone Logan and 8paulding defended the prisoner. A jury wo empaneled on Tuesday and the trial ended yesterday. Judge Mor ton instructed the jury to find tho de fendant not guilty. The ruline of the court was based upon sectio...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 3 November 1887

THE FINEST IN THE LAND! W. H. MEANS' $3.00 SHOES, AT HONA.TKTS; TRY A PAIR n ' ! r& DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. THURSDAY EVEN'G, NOV, 3 1887. Indications "For Kentucky and Wett Virginia, fair weather. Itain, followed by falling barometer." p . " Regular meoti.ig of Oiiy Gouucil to night. HoNirr houn's. Byrup new buckwheat Cal- When all so-c.il led remedies (ail, Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy cures. m H. E. Huntinqtok was here yesterday viewing the work at Cabin Creek on the now railroad. Mrs. Amy Greaham and daughter, of HillBboro, Ky., is visiting Misses Nannie nd Bone Emmons. i dr. mncKs I'leasant Furgativo Pel- lets" cleanseand purify the blood and re- ttevo the digestive onrans. nr,T- ,.,;i i iZ vu..-i.j. ni..:. tian Church is still in progress. There liad bean thirteen nrl,JiHnn vpafrHv . . Jcst received at Riffe & TaylorV, a tro- mendous line of -toilet and holiday goods, Ladies, see them. Gents, smoke tho pleted it wil...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 3 November 1887

rt7 1 fTTT AT Vnvrtr T tvt nn"0 ascending in the direction ol thi JjlSA I l i)k I llifl A I LUlI). h. "d. running- homo, found the house uumuu vj mo . uuuu AUO vimuvu roiuainv t1l f'l w"'F' Vayp ..i.a. .. ir. ii TT THE CELEBRATED 8VVEEDI9H SING ER'S VOICE HUtHED FOREVER. JtBrlef Sketeh of Her Remarkable Mfe. Xdltor (VOrlen Jailed, bat Deolares II TIH Die Itofore lie Will Do .Convict itafcor virions Other Foreign New. Iosdost, ,lfar. 8. Jenny Und (Madame Goldichmidt), the celebrated Swedish ringer, is dead. Bbe was sixty-eix yean of age. 8ho had been seriously ill for tome weeks. She retired from the stage after her marriage In Amer ica in 1853, but re appeared nt vari oua concerts in aid JKNNf LitiD. of charities. Bho a ad not appoared in public since 18Cfl. After moat wondorf ul success in the great cities of Eurcpo, Jenny Llnd camo to the United Btatoi in Septomber, 18M, un lor an engagement with P. T. Barnum, to glvo a series of 15 J concerto. Her first concert in STew York exclt...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 4 November 1887

THE EVENING BULLETIN. -a t: L VOIiUME VI. -MAYSVUZLE, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1387. NUMBER iti4t. 3Z TIRED OUT! At Shi season nearbmrr one needs to o wtma tort of fordo. IRON enters Into arrow eterypby Satan1 p-esoripUoo for Uiom who need boildtoa- aft 'THE CONDEMNED SEVEtf. HP " Rrrrr HOW THE ANAR0HI8TS FEEL OVER , THE RESULT. , THE TONIC For Wciiluicos, l.nsNltudr,Xack of Knotty, etc.. It HAS. NO iiQUAI- and la too only Iron medicine that is not Injurlonn. It Knrict:i't tho Illood, Invlsorntcs the HjBtcin, llcNtortn Appctlto, A I tin Digestion It dooa not bl-icVen or injaro the teeth, cause head, svcho or produce conntipatlou vthrr Jrnn meUieinn no Da. O. H. BrNKLry, a leading physician of (Spring- Held, Ohli), bajb- ... " Brown's Irun Blttors Is a thoronjrhly (rood medi cine. I use It In my practice, and rind its action ex eola all other f urraa of inm. In weakness, or a low con dition of thtl system, Brown's Iron Blttors is usually positive necessity. It is all that is claimed ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 4 November 1887

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. , rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. RATES OF HUBSORIPTION. Tub Daily Bulletin will bo delivered to any part of the city at 6 cents a week, or one year for S3. The Daily Bulletin to any postoffloe In life 'United States, postago prepaid, at twenty jfc cents per month or thrte dollars per yar. FRIDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 4, 1887. A STOLEN CHILD. A, Former Resident of This City Figures in tho Folico Court at Cincinnati. Tho Daily Enquirer says: "A rather rouglily-ilnssed man leading a little girl applied at patrol-house No. 1 early tho other afternoon for assistance in breaking n the door of a house on George street, sear by. Officer Kralz took the two to Central Station for investigation. There tho man gave liU nsmu as Thomas Wil liamson, of 57 EiBt Eighth street. Nearly two weeks uo a woman brought the child to his house and made a bargain to pay $1 50 per week for her board. Wil Harrison had known the woman as Mrs. Adams, of Mayavilln, Ky. Ab...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 4 November 1887

ft 4 THE FINEST IN DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILYi EXCEPT SUNDtY, rosser & McCarthy, Proprietor. FRIDAY1, EVEN'G, NOV, 4. 1867.' Indications "For Ohio and Kentucky, cooler, fair weather. For West Virginia, fair nd warmer, followed by colder," HONBT koun's. syrnp new buckwheat Cal- When nil so-called remedies fail, Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy cares. Tim Licking Valley Boiling Mills, of Covington, have shut down for want of lael. Isaac 0. Ovkrlky, nged eighty-four, died Wednesday at his home in Fleming County. m Tuk meeting in tho Christian Church at Carlisle has closed with fifty-seven ad- ditions. m Ed Ellsto.v, formerly of this place, is reported seriously ill at his homo in Btlleview, Ky. Tn revival in tho Christian Church at Ifayslick had resulted in fifteen addi tions Wednesday. Jacoii 0 Rahdik, of Catlettsburg, and Andrew Fetitt, of Owingsrille, have been granted pensions. Thomas Fouman, of Burtonvillo, and John W. Moore, of Concord, haye been granted pensions. A force of carp...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 4 November 1887

THE NWS FROtf ABROAD; rmany3 efficient secret .. agents in europe. ribe Kaiser's Government U Iafermad '.'mt ' Everything ffhtoh Transpires In ths Attaining; Coaattee A MamtMr of lire Lst la Mine Explosion. hotmon, Ndv. 4. It appears to be lndli- ymlq that the Germans, who are, seUsd rrar7vlit(la while with spasms of, virtu ros InipaUon at tho real or fancied presence ' Sf FrtnctTipieain the Fatherland, liavo thorn Mhrestho moat eflioienfc secret agento In Jdorope, by'wnose pailent and walohful in vestigations ho German government la promptly informed "o( everything worth knowing, which transpires in adjoining "c&an'trios, particularly in Franco and Itui ftta. .. German officers of rank and reputation do sot appear to disdain suoh occupation and ambitious young subalterns find in it a path to'conideration and future promotion. To tbo qualities of oourago and adroitnoss thoy add that of being thorough linguist, and thoy are Alsatians in Franco or German bating Polo in Itusaia, as...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 5 November 1887

.. . .THE EYENIITO BULLETIN, 1 1 i I. i ii ! i i r-s p. i iiii i i 1 1 i I i I i ' i , ' i i i I I ii ii YOLTJME VI. MAYtfVIIiliE, KY., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1887. NUMBER 295. I THE BEST TONIC Jt Uiirlches llio mood. lavlRorntes .1110 Mystein, I tcMores Appetite, Aid Digestion It does not blacken or injure the teeth, canse head ache or prodnce constipation other trim mtiiuintt ta Dn. Q. II. Bikklgt, a leading physician of Spring- field, Ohio, aajs: Brown' Iron Bitters Is a thcTonghlT good mod! atn. I uno it In my practicA, and iind its action ex cels all other f jrras of Iron. In neaknem, ora low con dition of the system, Ilrown's Iron Bittern is usually a poeitiTe necessity. It is all that is claimed (or it." -'.Da W. N, AVathw. 1219 Thirty-second 8trvet, Ctoorretoirn. D. 0.,aytj "Brown's Iron Bitters is ttioTiinio of the ace. Nothing bettor, It creates appstite, (ires ktrongth and imprOToa digestion." i Ctonninsba slxne Trade Mark and crowed red lines ou wrapper. Take no other. M&...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 5 November 1887

X ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST Is commonly remarked on the street. Reports which come to Us from day to day, and are very grateful to our earsthat the success that has followed our House ever since its opening is something phenomenal! something unheard of before, even in these times of booms! We are proud to know that these re marks, are true, and feel that our success is duo to a few cardinal rules in business which we have tried to follow to the letter. We are proud "to say that wo are constantly on the increase, and have up t6 the first of November sold more Clothing than we did during the entire year of 1886, and we are determined' t soil fully $25,000 worth more goods before January 1, 1888, and to accomplish this we know that we must offer special inducements, so wo have lost no time, but have begun hammering down prices, and to see the appreciative buyers, discontented competitors and strings of Red Bundles is really wonderful. But thk is the accepted time, and 25 per cent, is aaved o...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 5 November 1887

ri At ' JWt kv,V SV Up - rs S 1IHpv V v -if It' 11 t 1 ' ft. V i THE FIKTE5T IN DAILY BVMI1NG BULLETIN, DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. SATURDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 5. 1887. Indications: " For Ohio, fair weather, flight rise in temperature For Kentucky, fair weather, stationary temperature." - i Hoiky syrup new buckwheat Cal houn's. Mayor Pkakcb tried forty-six criminal Cases last month. Tan (all term of the Mason Circuit Court closed this morning. Mass at St. Putrick'sOhurch to-morrow t 7:30 a. m., 0 a. no. and 10.30 a. m. i Work on tho gas well at Fleraingsburg Is delayed for want of fuel and water. m Robert 0. Torvkr ban been appointed postmaster at Sha whan. Bourbon County. Tub liiMuer dealers of this city report a brisk trade. Tliey aro kept busy filling orders. M. B. MgKrbll, the dry goods mer chant, left yesterday for Cincinnati on a bu.-iness trip. J. J. StiACKLKPimo has been at Carlisle and other points for several days on a business trip. The total clai...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 5 November 1887

I GRADUALLY JMGIjrG. f ,' - THE, jfripilSH GOVERNMENT LET 'S" TfNQ UP ON COERCION. StA 0allstrrs Sodomy t Draw Attw ,'' Sob Fro tf Irish Qtioi t IonA 'D rat Attempt At Bntolde JTrnstrated. VWVratieK Ministry Foreign Haw. wov. 5. -To thota whp ar pa- it it' evident' that Lord SJii- Wlcwlated to draw in great measure at- vtoption ofTjfrpra be inenso Jnteroif Jhat Master abbot home affair, especially the Mh question. , The olutlon of Erin's wefghtjr problom has indeed become a night tare to tho porploxed and weary ministry, and they are unfelgnedly glad to hare Mr, Arthur Balfour's shoulder, narrow as thoy , aro, to lay the burded upon. If they could only soo it safely disposed of tn this manner, and novor fear its ru frarn to bi.unt tbom, and set all their plans at naught, thoy would bo de lighted, but unfortunately for them, the Irish secretary with however high a haud he is undertaking the oxecutlon of the coor sjion law in Irolaml, yet he is still nccnuit able to the government for...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 7 November 1887

THE EVENING BUIJLETIN TOIjUME VI. BiAYSVIIXE, KY., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1887. ' .'. . . . , . . ;.T i . 1 . NUMBER 200. TIRED OUT! At Uri season newly erory ona seeds to sjslsn's tresoriptlon ferttese who seed bafldtewafi tec tenia. .IKON enters Into almost e VilVjiUliMiiiB. 1 .nfaalf mln. T.nrlf Ericnry.' etc., It II AM NO KQUAI,. and to the only Iron medicine that is not injnrloim. It Knrlcl:e tlio JJIooil. Invigorates tho btMtm, Itegtoreii Appetite, A his Digestion It does not blacken or injure the teeth, cause head Che or produce umttlpatlon "(her Jronmttiieine4 do Da; O, II. BrflKLxr, a loading physician ot Spring field, Ohio, says! . , , ... "Brown's Iron Bitten is a thorooirhly good medl elne, ' I use it in ray practice, and And its action ex cels aUotuei f.irmsof inin. Inwoaknfiw,oralowcon Utlon of the system, Brown's Iron Bitters is usually positive necessity. It is all that In claimed for it." Da. W. N. Watxbs, 1219 Thirty-second Street, Georgetown X). O., says: " Brown's I...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 7 November 1887

i. m l X ft c. I r i V, kf lix ?&.' KJ r h DAM EVENING BULLETIN. DAIL r, EXCEPT SUNOA Y rosser McCarthy, Proprietors. RATES OF HUDHCRIPTION. ,,Thk Daily Bollrtin will be delivered to any part ol the city at 6 conta a week, or one year for 8.1. Tub Daily Bulletin to anypostofflce In the United States, tiosiago prepaid, nt tuxnty five cent per month or three dollar per year. MONDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 7, 1887 It is wild ono of the first thines a Kan aa town docs is to build an academy for iho o iucalion of the childen of expected Immigrants, nnd in n measure the success of many is due, it is claimed, to the fact ibnt they have good schools. Tna growth of Birmingham, Ala., has been wonderful. In 1880 her property as assessed nt about $3 400,000. This year hor total properties, real and per sonal, are listud nt $40,128,000. Oh, for a boom like rlirminithnm's 1 CoNnniw-MAV Kelley, of Pennsylvania, thinks Kentucky will one day be tho richest State in the Union. Such is the opinion ho expres...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 7 November 1887

a' I . I ii r 0 -'v tfrl 'i "? s ... V'C . !- rk .' k.-' J' ' THE FINEST IN DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser McCarthy, , . i Proprietor, MONDAY EVEN'G, NOV, 7, 1887. , Indications "For Kentucky, fair wtalh- -w, viunncr, wtowfa in wenern portions oy flight fall in temperature." HONJIY honn'e. syrup new buckwheat Cal- A epjecial term of the Greenup Circuit Court convenes to-day. i i Therk were two additions to the Bap tist Church at tho services last night. Miss Mary Edwardj, of Lewis County. has been taken to the asylum at Loxing- ton. Jodob Colb and Commonwealth's At- torney Sallee loft yesterday morning for Creennp. t t W. P. Maxky loft last Saturday for .lu,nerva "iey ,ouna large crowd await Winchester, Ky., to canvass for Bld-,,njtheirarr vaK path's HiBtory. The "wtg was promptly called to . - . order by Superintendent Galbraith, and Thb addition to Poyntz & Son's iron- after the reading of the twenty-third Iad bonded warehouse in the West End is about com...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 7 November 1887

1, LITEST NEWS BY CABLH, RIDICULOUS PREPARATIONS FOR CHAMBERLAIN'S YI8T. A Report Thftt Voar Deteotlvei Will ite- eornpany Him e His Toar ia This Coaatry Blunt Prsnoaneed a Crank. ktaitok'r'a nrty Guardroralgti Notes. IA'abbw, Hot. 7 To ;judge ' from the toao the articles ia several oC the London Jouraal, and the language of many of Mr. CamberlAto' frlemlif oa would imagine ,. Ifcatintteailf crossing tho Atlantic on an" aieaa ferryboat to fulfill, a peaceful errand te kuctvlllzea oouhtry, that gentleman was aaidertab'ing 'a compulsory mission to the aapital of 'admo cannibal potentate whose tetap&r was ' mora than ordinarily capric ious. It is hard to say whether the uncontra dicted statement that be ia accompanied by two English detectives on bis trip across the water areatos tho mora merriment or dis gust; among the Americans here, for that the Scotland Yard gontry would be of any assistance to Mr. Chamberlain in America bo one familiar with the country for a tnomont imagines....

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