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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 13 November 1883

f v? AILY EVENING BULLETIN. ??' Mi?. JMAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1883. price 'one -cent: . "cwy ANJ) uctDNtKuiBEh;6ityf (Jonrt. Judgo A.K.Colo. . Commonwealth's Attorney T. A. Uurran. D. Parry. Hhorlff l'erry Joirorson. f Dun Porrlno. Deputies! i ifhan Jollerson. '!' . v (tJ.,W.Alexnuder. 3 Jnllor Dermis FllrgcraUl. Tuesday alter second Monday In JnnuniT, " April, July, aud October In caoh year. County noun. Judgo Wm. P. Uoons. County Attorney-J. Ij. Whltnkor. Clerk-W. W. Hall. Becond Monday o! ruch mouth limrlcrly Conrt, Tuesday niter ueconu Monday In Mnrcli, Juno, Boptoniber and December In oach year. MiiKlitrnlcH Courts. MaysvlUo, No. yTcidy.oud J. IT. Uranu'nm ami -third, .'liDlayd la March, June.HoptenitMjrund beconibor. MayHVille, No. 2. M. V. Mnnli and James Chamberlain Unit Haturday nud fourth Tuesday, BRinomontliK. Dover, No. 3 James Barnshaw and A. F. Dobyn, flint and third Wednesday, same months. Mlnorva, Ho. 4-0. N. Weavor and J. M. Hynr first nnd thlnl Tuesda...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 13 November 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 13, 1883. tf7.eoi. The above number represents tUo each week of the daily and Wkkkly ilui.Lmif. Advertisers are Invited tit enJl and aware theraselvos ot tbe truth of tlto stateraeat, anu mey are requested to bear in mind that our rates for Advertising are tin lowest. Qeh. Grant has decidod to livo permanently at Washington. i a deaths resulted from tho colliery explosion in England. ia m Twbntt thousand sheep wero killed in Ohio by dogs, tho past year Tub Oincinnatl Maennorchor contemplate building a hall at a cost of $100,000. fiuTLHB and Mnhono will nevor more inquire as to what the wild waves are saying. Nevor. A from Richmond, Va., oays words cannot describo tho enthusiasm causod by tho result of tho election in that State. Hov. Siuox Oaubkon is at Washington trying to havo Judge titcphon F. Wilson appointed to a vacancy on tho Supreme bench of Dakota. Tub railroad companies of this Stato, it is said, will make an effort, this winter, t...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 13 November 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUE8DAY EYENING, NOV. 13, 1883. BOBBER & XoOABTHY, Publishers aa4 Proprietors, To Whik Addumbs Axx. Communications W From Miner Bro.'s, Banta Claus, To-day send out tba nowa Tliat he has got a routing stock Of Christmas boot and shoes. And you can write It on n card, And stlok It In your liftt, At rates to milt all pookot.books The lean, a well ai fat. Read tho now ndvortiaomonts to-day. S Dhb38bo turkoys can now bo bad In Mnyavillo at 10 and 12J conts & pound. Mrt. Iiaao M. Lamb, ono of Mayavlllo's best cltUona, Is a candidnto (or councilman. m Ir you want an excollont cigar try tho Brutus. It la llavanna flllod and costs only flvo contu. Tubrb will bo a privato hop at "Washington Hal, on Wednesday evening, November 28th. Oil Tiiosb who oxpoutto buy holiday goods should watch closoly the Bulletin's advertising columns. Thd coat of living during the approaching winter promises to bo loss than it has Lbeeh for everul years. 10, off the Mnysvillo branch of ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 13 November 1883

I P I I i 'i :i if ! . ; 1 .Hi) VVAsmNOTOW, D. 0., Nov. 13. A cold ravo extends over oil tho Districts except tha South Atlantlo States, whoro tho ftlloa slightly. Local rnlns prevnllodduriag tlw nlaM on tlw Atlantlo and Gulf coaata. Light snows vroro In tho morning from tho lako region WlUi partly cloudy weather. Fair wmthor ftlLT la tho Middle and Now Py Ohio Valloy and wlh" jowor temperature, brisk and blghTiorth.westriy wlnda Fair weather continue in tho Northwest. In tho Southwest high winds provallsbut falling barometer and tomperaturo below froozing, TpmperMuro Mow freoilng from Kentucky northward, over Jho lako region, and has fallen from,tn to twenty degrees, In tho South Atlantic States. It has boo,, from ton to. twonty degrees at Northern jtfocky Mountains stations. Colder fair weather It Indicated for tho Now England and tho Middle Atlantlo Stutcs on Tuesday and froodng wcathor Tuesday morning. Colder fair weather is Indicated for. tho Southern States Tuesday. Tho tompor...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 14 November 1883

Deputies! t TaBu Lodge.-No. , j Chan Joflorson. 14. w. Alexander. .JfllljUtLtUMnl!. VIUkAMLI.'t ' rat. w H. Uiinnoif nnt au UUITIH muntlia dayssame ioiiiu. 1: . 'liiKV.ihvvilijhviiifi . " da; ... B 10 7JB 'J Zi 7 : 7 87 7 il 7l47 .7 55 8 05 H 1U m A.M. Pv jSX r w a TT" fClTY ANaCfWITnviKECVwttY. Coarts ClrcHlt Conrt. JudgeA. E.Colo. Jofrorson. f Dan I'errlno. .Toesflayubr'heeofiunohdiiy'ln Jantfary April, July and October In onoli year. ' ' Cenafjr 4;onrt. P. Coons. County L, Wliitakor. W.JJnll. -' BocoUd JfHinday j: each month, tiiNrlony Co art. Tuesday nifer scconu iioriday In. March, June,tJepteratr'dnd IMcflmber In cnoli ytmr. XACialrates) SJoarte. Maysvllle, No. Vlomy aad J. L. llayavltle, No. 2.-M. K. Marsh nml Juinos Chamberlain arst Halurduy awl fourth Tuesday, saino month. Dovor. No. Ityrnguaw and A. F Dobyn; flrst ana third1 Wednesday? same month. - ' Ulnnrvn. No. 4 O. N. W'nnvnr nml T XI. Dyar nrst Ulid tlilrd Tuesdays, anrao 1UUIUI1.. ti(u;nianipwn,No.5 B. M.?Wondwul and...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 14 November 1883

V THE DAILY BULLETIN. f WEDNESDAY EVE., NOV. 14, 1883. 7,601. The above number represents tho circulation, each week of tho daily and Wkbkly Bulletin. AtlvertlNoni are Invited to call uud assuro themselves ot the truth of the statemont, and thoy are requested to bear In mind Hint our rates for advertising are tb lowest. A London Byndicnto is Bald to to bo discusSing a ship canal across Ireland. In his annual report Gov. Ordway, of Dakota, says tho population of tho Territory has increased ono hundred thousand during tho past year. m tobacco factories In Ken tucky annually uso over 9.000.000 pounds of loaf tobacco, making 8,000,000 pounds of plug tobacco and 1,000,000 pounds of lino cut and smoking tobacco. The proceedings against tho crooked pension claim agents aro frightening the members of that too numerous fraternity. Some of them aro making virtual confession in a hopo of escaping more o islly by that course. WiNCHESTKit wants water works, and the Lexington Transcript advises t...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 14 November 1883

i I oaeu to: witn profound ,'attahtlon , fly, a largo congregation. Como to night. awvMmdbragoup tho sytcra Ij V JbHIio truest, Bcnso ap alteraUvo tacdiejne. " TEvorfthvaltdsliould givom trial. J THE DAILY BOTtJEf IN. WEDNESDAY-- 883, BOSSEE 8t MoOiLHTnY, Publishers, sad Proprietors, , TO;Hjr,ADDRHW AlA OOXkl7niOAT10) f.. xxatn&a&sttaM) WnATaro tho.,wlld waves, saying, my love, Baying tho lifelong &v- A ft They're' talking, ray ohlldof Lovel's big BtOOlt, mawm And bow llttlo tlioro is to pay. And I toll you tho truth as straight- as a gaugo, For I havo boon tltoro, and mnny'a the times, Your'o treated as woll, though pennies yon speed, As though thoso pennies wero dlmos. Coal sells for 18 cents ft bushel nt Lexington, and for 10 cants in this city. Tub' Cincinnati Bays : " lx. Goorgo Seltzer ia in tho city." Aperiontly ho is in Maysvillo to-day. Come to Maysvillu for holiday goods. Tho merchants are already making thoir displays. The stocks itro largo and very complete I...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 14 November 1883

f ml ijl D1 " : 1 Ar j.Jfajbf'Wasita to Bteoda. ij PpiVMIajw) Nor, 12. A despatch bJftetMer'J.'rsM irom rrtnpjpesi man., :. sWitMa .tbpaattf ew djr agitation ozxaror oc jHireanion ixum wio It,tjtUo Asso- ytetioo s?Mw WrW 1 tbo Northwest ;.v.tbatta,fJPe,ly.0fW The moTeinont iui nraearlv. organized thla ..wreck. 1" tWW metWa.wiU lw held andVofHconi Flf alMtatod.' to conversation with a isJl laxcrarjuwha la. one the Drindnal be, wkl: "Wo iwOMtoat.upAjaanlftDf(,aU . .ArtunftiiLiuul tf. a don't pp.fc eAffafnnflnn ; why thore will bo trouble." It.tajnaRthat ) of annexation. ,ln7 HwH Market. iNWVh'MUaVJToT, 13,rrThare was eselteeno&t la thai petroleum market Monday. Th flurry was cauaod by a fur- .tbvradTanoa to the prloowhlch touched barrel or vr6 cents higher thqn quotationa. .Plpo Lino sold out'.under tho.rulo at , tiio.Hatkmftl petroleum. Kxchnugo, for tho account of Qlloko aniLBlum, of 01 Broad way, Tfca advance b '(he price of la about atx nta,atnco a weak ago, abd lit vasjAated....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 15 November 1883

V BAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 304. MAYSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1883. PRICJE ONE ClfSLT. -- . p-. K OITY AND COUNTY MltECTUltV. ConrtPi Circuit Conrt. Judgo A.K.Colo. . . Commonwealth's Attorney T, A, Oitrrau, D. Parry. ' Sheriff Perry Joirerson. f l)uu 1'orrlno. Deputies: Chnn Jcllersou. ( J. V. Alexander. Jailer Dennis Fitzgerald. Tuesday aftor second Monday In January, April, July and October In each year. County Court. Judgo Win. P. Coons. County Attorney J. L. Whltakor. W. Ball. Bocoud Monday c! each month. Uiitirlcrly Court. Tuesday alter second Monday In March, June, September and December In each year. Magistrates Courts. Maysvllle, No. 1. Wesley Vlcroj and J. L. Grant, ilrst and 'thlnl Tuesdays lh March, Juno, September unit December. Mnysvllle, No. 2. M. F. Mnrsli and James Chamberlain first Saturday and fourth Tuesday, same mouths. Dover, 'No. 3 James EarnMiaw and A. F, Dobynt, Unit and thlid Wednesday, samo months. Minerva, No. t O. N. Weaver and J. M. llyar I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 15 November 1883

DAILY BULLETIN. HJRSDAY EVE., NOV. 15, 1883. "7iOl.. Ths above nutnbor ronrosents tho Hon, each week of the Daily ana Wkkkly Moxletin. Advertisers nro invited to call and assure themselves ot the truth of tnc LMatement, and they are requested to benr In hMlnd that our rates for Advertising are tin lowest. a- ' ' Tiik Pennsylvania Legislature will 'journ December 5. Paducah, Ky., wants tho Edison electric light Tiis threatened striko of Pittsburg miners hits been averted. Tub American Public Health Association is in session at Detroit. GovEithon Foster, of Ohio, favors tho 8cott law exactly as it stands. & Tiieiie wero thirty murders in Kentucky last month, and about doublo that number in Ohio. Louisvillb is talking of an Opera Festival under tho direction of Mupleson, with Patti as the leading singer. The total net revenue of tho United States for tho past pear was $393,287,581, a decrease from last year of $5,237,608. Aztec, tho famous three-year-old, died of lung fover at Lexi...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 15 November 1883

TIIE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY ETE., NOV. 15, 1883. HOSSER & MoOABTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Wno' Aduuksh Aia Communications 1 As Christmas tltno comes creeping on Perhaps you'd llko to know In buying candy for tlio kids, Just where you should go. With duo rospect, and not a word '(lalnstauy other firms, You'll And the best at Chonoweth's Tuo kind that knocks tho worms. Ske notico of watch lost elsowhcro. A BuiMMNa company tins been formed at Munch eb tor. Thk days now are- ten hours and twelvo minutes in length. - m gentry nre now known an " moonlight mechanics." Tiih public building, at Frankfort, is to bo built of stono instead of brick. A boai' factory with $75,000 capital is tho latest air caBtlo projected at Lexington. Turku now houses nro building in Chester. Properly thero has advanced EOmewhnt in' price- lately. o Y,ov want tp bo a City Councilman, do' you well, how do you 'stand on tho hog question? .That is what a good many peoplo want to know. . m Holiday adv...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 15 November 1883

itUbBig llnppcntns. FmatBO, Not. 14. Yesterday James rtett was WJJea wliite crawling unaor n rta train on the Lako Erio road. Ills lie w. was badly injured while ag to rescue him. r . M HaBsms urMt a lrnnn Iwtt nvunlntr Ifjinr vOUtwf IgoitoA and sLo was futuily r burned. Frodaoara of t&e Oil Exchango notltlon ntho Court '1st dissolution If tho wanted Kcllorer"be ettrxenderod. Cash on hand, J3.3U0, wui do aoviaoa among stockholders. Vat Stock Htiovr. Chioaoo, tfar. 14. Tho sixth annual American f a openod Wednesday morning In Aha Exposition Building, 650 head being on exhibition. Four hundred and fUty of thoeo entered for premiums; of the remainder, 420 for tho purpose of sale. Tho exhibition la larger and better than haretefcro. During tho session tlWWesfcorn Poultry Association will hold a snow in the same building. Numerous improred fanning implements aro exhibited. Ibc&esa Ztorember 23. Tta Protection Saved. CuiOAtHX Kor. t4 The tug "Protection," thought to W lost, went a...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 November 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 305. MAYSVILLE, KY.,. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1883. PRICE ONE CENTS CITY AND COUNTY DIRECTOKY. Courts Clrcnlt Conrt. Judge A.E.Cole. Commonwealth's Attorney T. A. Curran. Parry. Sheriff Porry Joflerfton. f Dau Perrtno. Deputies: Chan Jollorson. (. J. W. Alexander. Jailor Dennis Fitzgerald. Tuesday after Rocoud Monday In January, April, July and October In each year. Comity Court. Judgo Win. P. Coons. County Attomoy J. Ij. Whltnkcr. W. Ball. Second Monday o: each month. tuurlerlv Court. Tnosday nftor secotiu Monday In March, Juno, Boptomber and Docetnler In each year. MiicrlHlrnlrM Courts. Maysvlllo, No. 1. Wesley Vtcroy and J, L. Grant, first r.nil third Tuesdays In March, Juno, September und December. MayHVllle, No. 2. M.K Marsh and James Chainborlaln first Saturday and fourth Tuesday, same months. Dover, No. Earnshaw and A. F. Eobyni, first and third Wednesday, samo mounts. Minerva, No. 4-0. N. Weavor and J. M. Byar first nnd third Tuesdays, samo mo...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 November 1883

Ithe daily bulletin. fFWDAY EVENING, NOV. 10, 1883. 7,601. The above number represents tho ouch week of the daily and Weekly IIOllktin. Advertisers are Invited to call nnd assure tUorasolvos ot tho truth of the HUitomout. nnd they aro requested to bear In mind that our ru oa for advertising are tht lowest. Bismahck is sick again. Tkbe Hyacinth is very nick at Now York. m II It lina been decided to bavo no military i display at tho inauguration of Governor Hoadly. Tiik Supremo Court of Kentucky bos decided that pension money is liablo for eoizuro for debt. Inisit newspapers aro vory indignant over a circular that lias been sent out proposing wholesalo emigration of the island by tho inhabitants. Thomas and Eqoirk KAiiLEnwho arc charged with murdering George Putter- Bon, it is said, wcro scon lately in Rob ertson county. m The Western Nail Association has or dered that tho manufacture of nails shall be discontinued from December 22 until February 4. Tna Ashland iron works which were t...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 November 1883

THE DAILY, BULLETIN. FRIDAY EVENING, NOV, 10. 1883. EOSSER & MoOABTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Address am. Oommtjnioations " Moro mortar, tMoro brick, ' Jim Baker - -' .Bo quick," ' John Wlioolor soils tally By pound and by Htlek, It's warranted not To make tho kids Hick ; So come from the town And over the " crick." Todacco stripping U in progress. Ice an Inch tliick formed this morning. m Wit. Soarcb, of Winchester, was fatally Injured by a locomotivo on 14th inet. .' The Democrats of Boston havo nominated Hugh O'Brlon, nu Irishman, for Mayor. Oapt. M. 0. Hutciiins has sold the property of Mrs. Fyfic, on Court street, to Mrs. Thomas A. Davis for $2,000. m Mn. W. II. Wadswobtu, Jr , on a gunning opedition ono day this week, killed nineteen rabbits and thirteen partridges. . m . A correspondent writes that some of tho tobacco in tho country around has been injured by tho recent freezes. The National Hog Breeders' Associa tion is in session at Chicago, but, strango lo...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 November 1883

CONDENSED NEWS. Mb. 1YM. IlKAkTf, M. E. fr Monaghan, who leeklne admission to tho Irish Bar, lias befen by tho Law Btudouts' Debating Society of Dublin. Thh supposed exblosirwi seized by tho London 'Ctlstoiri Houso ofllclals Tuesday on their 'drf Adelaide, Australia, havo turn6dout to bo burglar alarms. Btbphiss and Kollam, Iron pipe and fitting it, 03 Wllllama stroot, Now York, havo mado'qn assfgnmont to their creditors. Liabilities Will bo 109,000, and araots $4ll,ixj0. Tps NQTeJty Rubber Company, at Now Brunswick, N. J., has failed with liabilities of about $35,000 and has suspended work In Ha shops) throwing' out about 400 employee, JoHiT'jA'MEabV, 'Asektantuperlntcndant of th RaUway"""MaU' Berylco left Washington last night' for Portland, Oregon, to Investigate tho reported block-ado of maUat thotoint through tho neglect of posiolclorka. Trw BcroUry of 'tlii Interior has ordered that oral hearings in c&sos on appeal to tho Secretary from docialons( of( tho bureau offloorJof...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 17 November 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 30G. MAYSVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. CITY AND COUNTY MUECTOKl. ConrfH Clrcnll Conrt. Judge A. E. Colo, Commonwealth's Attorney T. A. Uurran. Clerk-H. D. Tarry. Sheriff I'erry Jefferson. ( Da ti 1'orrluo. Deputies: Chan Jeflorson. ( J. W. Alexander. Jailor Dennis Fitzgerald. Tuesday niter Kecond Monday lu January, April, July aud October la each year. County Conn. Judge Wm, P. Coons. County Attorney J. L. Whltaker. Clork-W. W. Hall. Second Monday o euch mouth. (imirlcrly Court. Tuesday niter Heconn Monday In March, Juno, Boptembor and December In euch year. MnK'NtrntcN Courts. Maysvlllo, No. 1. Wesley Vlcroy and J. L. Grant, first and third Tuesday) In March, June, September and December. Mnysvflle, No. '1. M. F. Marsh and James Chamborlaln first Saturday uud fourth Tues-day, BamomonthH. Dover, No. 3 James Eamshaw nnd A. F. Dobyuu, tlrst and thlid Wednesday, same months. . .... Mluerva, No. 4-0. N. Weaver and J. M. Ilynr...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 17 November 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVE., NOV. 17, 1883. tho contest. 7,eoi The above number represents tlio circulation, oaoh week of the Daily and Wkkkly HULLKTitf. Advertisers aro Invited to call and nssuro themselves ot the troth of tin statornont, and thoy aro requested to bear li. mlnd that our ra.os for advertising are thi lowest. Tiik Ohio penitentiary contains 1,301 convicts. The biiow at Holland, Mich., Ih twenty inches deep. - - The epizootic has broken out among tho horses at Columbus, 0. i Washington Territory has passed c law granting woman suffrage Nashville is to havo a permanent ox position with a capital of $300,000. - - Hall's Safo and Lock Company is to bo removed from Cincinnati to Hamil ton, Ohio. Senator Beck is at Washington. He is very confident Mr. Carlislo will bo elected Speaker and does not think Mr. Randall will bo f criously considered in IIoga pulled tho plugoutofahnrrolofsor Rhuin lu front of V. II. Hagley's More, lust Sunday, and treated themselves to all ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 17 November 1883

TIIE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVE., NOV. 17, 1883. ROSSER & MoOABTHY, Publishers und Proprietors, To Whom Addukss All Communications Ed. M yam,, tho wagon man Han firmly mndo tho stand, That when Old Krlra goes on hli route, lie's going to bo on baud. Ho says wbon bnby rises up And toddlcH o'er tho floor, It's going to nud tucked In Its socle A roapor or n mower. Fans have been ordered in, and skates aro now at tho'front. With a full determination to do your whole- duty, go you churchward row. m Goon country sausage- meat was sold In Mnysvillo, yestorday, at ton cents a pound. Mr. Wvatt Onr.tsY, a useful citizen of East Maysville, died last night after a short illness. Mr. Bus. Hukp is building n neat doublo frame- houso in East Maysville for Mr. W. W. Ball. Fifty thousand pounds of hemp were sold at Lexington a fow days ago for $5.75 per hundred. The illuminated dial of tho new town clock does not shino as brightly ns it ought. Maybo it needs greasing Tub lost watch recontly ad...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 17 November 1883

, 1 Row Spilled bx Kdu. iDraJLjiy Noy. ,10. Seventeen thousand jjondXinuers assembled ,at Garrison for the purpose of holding a mooting. A heavy rain prevail, throughout tho day. This clrcumslanoe and the presence of several thousand military and pollco, provontcd any attempt to orpunlzo a meeting, Tho clTorta of Mr. O'Drion, M. P., editor of United Ireland,; and Mr. Email, Member 4 for Wexford, wero suocossfnl in persuading tha people to disperse, which they did quietly. Thor vrero do Oraugemen present. Rnsala'a Valiant War Upon Women. St. Fetxsbuho, Nov. 10. A sister of Woskroponeky, a Nihilist leodor, was hanged hero ycotorday, A woman named Oshmeky, who wastiormorly chief of tho Terrorists in Southern Russia, was Eovoral days ago at KlmrkofT, charged with directing the secret publication pt. a Nihilist paper. She war brought to this city and placed In prison, where sha was found dead Thursday morning, having hangod herself to her coll door with a towel. The New Hues Canal. LotTD...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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