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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 19 November 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 307. MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. CITY AND COUNTY MUEUTOKY. Courts Olronlt Conrt. Judgo A. E. Colo. Commonwealth's Attorney T. A. Unrriin. D. Parry. Bherlff Perry Jefferson. f Dan I'errino. Deputies: Chan Jollerson. ( J. V. Alexander. Jnller Dennis PltrBernld. Tuesday alter second Monday In Jnnnary, April, July nud October In cacli year. County Court. Judgo Wm, P. Coons. County Attorney J. L. Wliltnker. W. Ball. Second Monday c: each month, Umirleriy Conrt. Tuesday alter Necono Monday In Mnrcli, Juno, September and December In each year. MiiRlHtrnlcH CourtN. MavsvHlp. No. 1. Wesley Vlcrov aud J. L. Grant, first and third Tuesdays lu March, June, September and December. Maysville, No. 2. M. K. Marsh and James tuamoenaiu nrsi rsaiuruuy uuu lourui .rues-day, same mouths. Dover. No. 8 JumcsKurnshaw nnd A. F, Dobyiif, first and third Wednesday, samo inonius. Mlnurvn, No. 40. N. Weaver nnd J. M Byar first nnd third Tuesdays,...

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. — 19 November 1883

TIIE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVE., NOV. 10, 1883. 7,601. The above number represents tlio finch week of the DAILY nml Wkkkt.y Uur.i.KTiN. Advertisers aro Invited to call and assure themselves ot tho truth of the Mtalemeut, and they aro requested to bear In in I nd that our raicti for advertising are Hit lowest. riiiLADGUtttiA has just failed to have car faro reduced from six cents to fivo cents. m FECK'S BAD HOY AND HIS PA. The Hoy llecomcs nn Artist mid 1'alnls Anlinnls ltutis a wuby Wngon Livery for u Foundling Asylum. Peck's Sun. "Hello, Henery'sald tho jrroceryman to tho bad boy, aa ho camo in holding his Hiuea to kcop them from bursting with suppressed laughter, "what has occurred to causo a nious vouni; man to hiuiii in that worldly manner? You must try to cultivate n, long, mourntul countenance, and learn to sigh nnd look sick when you aro tho happiest," and tho grocervmnn weighed out a couplo nf pounds of buckwheat flour for a hired girl. " Has your pa joined tho nolico force...

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. — 19 November 1883

4 TIIE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVE., NOV. 10, 1883. HOSSER & MoOAIlTHY, 'Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Addkes3 Am, Communications You must wuko and call mo early, Call mo early, mother mine, For I want to go over to Nolln'a And on fat oystora ctlno. I waut to sit cross-legged And greedily gobble 'cm down, For thoy nro the talk of tlio town, motlior Thoy nro tho tnllc of tlio town. TiiKchnngo in rjllrontl timo wont into eircct on Sunday. Mt. STEnnNa wants the Stato capital, but declines to tako tlio penitentiary with it. It is stated in tlio Cincinnati papers that Victor Fischer, of FlcminRsburg, was anesthetized on tho Hostona, a few daws ago, between this city and Cincinnati, and was robbed of SCO. Thk firm of Nowcll & Henry lias been dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. Hen ry retires, and Mr. Nowell will continue. tho business under tho Ann name of S. N. Nowoll & Co. Seo notico elsowhere. Tun brick resldenco on Second street, below Short, belonging to tho estate of W...

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. — 19 November 1883

CONDENSED NEWS. SAttiXT Pasha, Turkish minister of For elgn Affairs, is dead. TDK Crown Princo Frederick William has left Berlin for Madrid to visit King Alfonso. Duiunq tho bull-light at Guanajua, Mexico, a toreador was gored to death by a bull. Tins Pittsburg Plating works building in tho roar of the Central Hotel, burned. Loss, $16,000; partially insured. Hoitstaot Bros., manufacturers of ladles'" nock wear, Franklin Btreut, Now York, havo assigned, giving preferences for $53,000. Iw tho caso of Georgo O. Brown, who has been on trial at Baltimore, for tho killliiR of his step-father, Philip Sollers, tho jury has rendered a verdict of acquittal. DANIEL HcGex was run over and killed at Newark, N. J., by a team of horses to tho flro engine company, of which ho was a member for twenty years. Alice Oatxs, whoso third husband died eighteen months ago, is said to bo engaged to marry H. A. Corbett, manager of tho Aurora) I1L, Opera House. Tint Hour mill of King & Mooser, at Madison, ...

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. — 20 November 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 308. MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY; NOVEMBER 20, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. ,'CITX AND COUNTY DlltEUrUIU. Conrt. Jiiilgo A. E. Colo. Commonwealth's Attorney T. A. Uurrau. D. Parry. Sheriff Perry Jeilorson. .. f Pan 1'orrluo. Deputies: Ohan Jellemon. , i,' . (. J. W. Alexander. jiuier uounia v iicgeraiu. Tuosday alter socond Monday hi Junnnry, April, July aud October In each year. Comity Court. Judge Win. P. Conns. County Attorney J, L. Whltakor. W. m. Hecoud Monday O' each month. UnurlcrJy Court. Tuesday niter seoonu Aionduy In March. Juno, September and December in each year. BfaglNtrnfc Courts. Maysvlllo, Wo. 1. Wesley Vtcroy aud J. L. Grant, ilrat ami third Tuesdays In March, Jiiiio.Bcntcniberuud December. MayHvillo, ,No. 2. M. V. Marsh nnd Jiimos Chamberlulu Unit Saturday and fourth Tuos iluy, tamo mouths. Dover, No. a James Earnshaw and A. F. Dobyns, first and third Wednesday, same months. Mlnorva, No, 4 O. N. Weavor and J. M. llyur llrst and thud TucmIu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 20 November 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVE., NOV. 20, 1883. 7,601. Tho above number represents tho each week of the Daily and Wickkly ItULLKTitf. Advortlsors aro lnvltel to call nnd assure tliemselvos ol tho truth of tin statement, and they are requested to bear It mind that our ra es for advertising are thi lowest. i snows aro predicted this winter. i m There is talk agnin of tho mediation of England in tho Tonquin trouble The decreaso in tho public revenue the past fiscal year is estimated at $40,000. CONQUESSMAN W. M. SPRINOER nounces that ho is still a candidate for Speaker. It is stated that tho Vatican has con sented to appoint a Nuncio to tho Uni ted States, in accordanco with tho wishes of tho American Bishops now in Komo. The collections in tho Cincinnati Dio cese ordered by tho Topo for the support of missions and schools among tho and Indians amounted to $2,050. Anna Dickinson will take to tho platform again. Sho will lecture under the auspices of tho Knights of Labor, and will keep...

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. — 20 November 1883

THE DAILY-BULLETIN., TUESDAY EVE.,1 NOV. l&S.S'i HOSSER & MoOABTHY, Fubllshoraand Proprietors, To, WiiokAiin(iH AiA'cdimpipiTowa TO1 Tomi wwiwmK At Knckley 's gillorys myif rlend k Draw up youftlfe Muo, . W And watou bow quick ho puts 'era through Upoifuro Hgutniuiniiw He'll mako their pictures sharp mid ttno. In any kind of weather,'''' ' . And do'lt qalte as quick my Xrlond, As h can scorch a feather. All the Imnka in the city will bo doe eil oii -Thanksgiving day. J' , , , . . ' Tub steamer f, 1 Thompson hna bocn.vithdrfwnrom tlio CJincInnall and Vnnco)urg trade. i I 1 T Mr. Titos. McDonald, of Chester, had Bold his fromo eoltngd to Mrs. Nancy Hughes for$i,000, cash. East Maybvillk comes to tho front with" ilio" firat sour 'kriiiit of 'tho'BCfison. The Bulletin caught this item in the air. Tiir carpets for tho stoamcr Handy No. 2 have been supplied by Messrs. Goorgo CojC, & Soar Bomo. s . . r : : . & A Skh Mrs.' Arcb.dcncon'i? millinery an-, nouncemont elsewhoro. ...

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. — 20 November 1883

Interesting case. pmsteMIuvalvtMff tbo or tba ZdrUofJafstsiAins) BoBapart. EULTiHOMt,Hd,( Nov. 10. In tho suit ot Daltlraoro City veriua Chas. J. Bonaparte, executor of Madams Bonaparte, docoasod, inrolYlng $20,000 bade taxes, Judgo Brwu hru decided that the taxes wero not llko ordinary claims, which it was necessary to protebefore.Uw Court, but It iraa tho duty ot U.AdnilnUtrator to pay tho taxes without notlot. Anlntoreatiiig point was that whenpersoajUt property" in tho Btato was taxed, add tn executor lived In Baltimore county, taxefl ihould bo imposed in tho pUca.where.tho deceased resided until a distribution of tho property to the heirs was mftdo. Thccws orw portion ot the estate ooMisunro: bonds or tho city of .thcM bonds wore exempted from taxAUoniby the laws of Pennsylvania. Tho defense hero contended that as our law State bonds from taxation whon oremptbjr tho lairs of the Btato lssuo, it also ought to include city bonds, but Judgo.Brown decided tU.it it was not so, there...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 November 1883

t i HlfecWd. Tuesday alter second Monday In January, April, July and October In each year. County court. Judgo Wm. I. Coons. Oounty AttoWmy J. ii. Whltnkor. Cleric-W. W. Hall. Hocond .Monday o! cnoh mouth. (tmirlcrty Court. Tuesday inter scoouu Monday lit Mnreli, June, Heptouiber aud Doocmbcrln each jut. SfnglHtrntCH Court. Jfo. 1. Wesley Vleroy anil J. h. Grant, Urt ud third Tuesday In March, Juuo.Beptoinbornnd December. Miiysvllle, No. a. M. K. Marsh nnd James Chamberlain first Saturday and fourth same months. Dover, Ho. a Juntos DnrnslMW and At V. Dobynx, flint nud third Wednesday, same months. Alluorvn, No. 10. N. Woaver nud J, M. Byar llrt su third Tuesdays, wimo inotitliH. M, Wondwird nud Jits. Ill. Maniiun Ursl, and third Hattudayii, xanie month. ' ' . . Hardin, No. (I-J. M. llnll and J. II. Urlgsby Hocuudund fou 1 tli Hnlurduys, months. WiiVhllck, W.wiilliuiiiuiid it D. Raymond, second and fourth Frldnys, name months IiewiKburg, No. 8-Jt M. Aloxnnder and Isaac I Mollvaliid ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 November 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY EVE., NOV. 21, 1833. 7.601. Tliu abovo number represents tho circula tion, eaoh week of the Daily and Wkkkly HDLLetin. Advertisers are Invited to cnll und assnra themselves 01 tlio truth of Hie statement, and ttiey are requested to bear In mind that our rates Tor advertising are Mir lowest. Democratic Executive Committee. Tho members of tlio Democratic Executive Coinmitteo of Mason county nro requested to meet at my ofltee, in on Monday,' November 20, 1883. A full attendance ia required aa business of importance will como beforo the meeting. GAmiETT S. Wall, Cli'm. ' i m i -.... i There are twelvo applicants for augb a place. Congress assembles one week from next Monday. !- i i m .- The Lexington press terms Senator Williams " tlio gonial old rabblo rouser." As an ovidenco of liow people will dif fer from each other, wo mention that Senator Sherman says "ho thinks Ma hono's manifesto is an honest and mnnly statemeni, and that it is time tho old war cry ...

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. — 21 November 1883

"I THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY EVE., NOV. 21, 1883. HOSSER & MoOABTHY, Publishers nd Proprietors, To Wnok addrksb Am. Comitonioations Mns. AHCUDKACON, Announces, to-day, Holiday nTclt!ca Coming this wny. Of all that Is now Iu fashions she chats, Of laocs and gloves, Birds, feathers and hats. Look out for burglars. Buttku is a lienor in prico thia week. It is quoted nt 20 nnd 25 conts n nouiul. Seven houses woro robuod by burglars nt Lexington on the night of the 10th inst. Finn bugs are warned that this is a dangerous neighborhood for their In n Btrcot tight- nt Paris on Sunday evoning, Walter Dimmitt was seriously cut by Alfred Dcnn. Mr. G. A. McCakthkv has a novelty, in tho way of n coal oil lump, that is said to bo tho best in uso. We nro indobted to Mr. Frank Reynolds, Express Messonger on tho Kentucky Central, for lato Lexington papers. -11 I ' - I. . Mn. "W. D. Hixbon is announced ns n candidato for City Assessor. lie is, capa.blo of making an, oxcollent official. Tiierb...

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. — 21 November 1883

CONDENSED NEWS. CitAnuM I Errs & Co., maltriers, ot CbteAgofcivr 'fatted. Jaiob Mikomrr foil into the Erie Canal at Buffalo, N, Y. yesterday and was drowned. Tnx Era, tho Greenback patnr nt South Bend, InL, has been absorbed by tho organ, tb Times. At South Bend, IntL, F, E. Nowman & Co., shoe dealers, havo gone to tho wall, with. ISS.000 liabilities and assets about tso.ooo. Tub appointment of M. Ferry oa French Minister of Foreign Affairs; and M. Fallloro as Minister of Fabllo Instruction, have been gazetted. At Lakeville, Ind., "Wm. Osborn fired theo bullets into a Vondalia Hail road during n drunken light Tho wound od man will dlo. Fira has destroyed tho trostlo of the Valley Ilailroad bridge east of Akron, O., and it will be some time before it can be repaired. Loss, $50,000. M. ILajiuh & Co., wholosalo dealers in hosiery, 189 Church'street, New York, havo assigned. Liabilities are about $100,000; assets sold to be considerable. Two warehouses, a hotel, and several ...

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. — 22 November 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 310. MAYSVILLE, KY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1883. PRIOR ONE CENT. CITY AND COUNT! MRECTOitY. Court Circuit Conrt. Judgo A.K.Colo. . ,, Commonwealth's Attorney T. A. Unrrnn. V. Tarry. Jefferson. f DanPcrrlno. Deputies: Chan Jefferson. (. J. W. Aloxander. Jnllor Dennis . . Tuesday niter second Monday In Jnnunry. April, July and Octobor In each year. County conrt. Coons. County Attorney J. L. Whltnkor. W. Ball. , Hocond Monday o: each mouth. (luiirlcriy Court. Tuesday alter seconu Monday In March, Juuo,8optenibor and December In each year. HnKlntrnlCM CnnrU. Maysvllle, No. Vlcroy and J. I.. Urant, tlrst and third Tuesdays lu March, Jiiiio.Boptemborund Dcreintier. Miiyrfvlllo, No. Marsh and James Chamberlain Mint Saturday aud fourth Tues-day, samo months. Dover, No. and A. F. Dobyns flint and third Wednesday, hahio mouths. . . .. Minerva, No. 4-C-. N. Weaver and J. M. Ilyar first and third Tuesdays, sumo months. .... ., Woodwird and Jub. Iv II. Matinun u...

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. — 22 November 1883

TIIE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAYEVENING, NOV. 22, 1883. ( 7,601. The above numbor re prose nU tho clrculn tlon, each week of tho Daily ami Wkkkly liULLKTIN. Advertisers lire Invited to cull uud assure themsolves ot the truth of tin statomant, and they aro requested to bear lt mind Hint our rates for advertising are tli lowest. COUNTKUFEITEItS. A Ycnr's Clinso for n llnckwooils In rilnim linns Illhtory of a I'urty 'lio Hud Tcrrorizetl the Country for Years. Clncluuntl Post. For many years that portion of located in tho hilly buck of tho Ohio river and locally determined nsPlkevillo, I'iko county, has been known as a " Hell on earth." A gnnc of desperadoes, who grew bolder by their success, run the town and ruled thopurrounding country, and intimidated even tho authorities. Lnst February, Capt. Abbot, of Clove-land, chief of tho secret service district, which includes Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan, received direct orders to go down into Fiko county and clean out a gang ol counterfeiters. I...

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. — 22 November 1883

TIIE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVENING, NOV. 22, 1883. To hosser & McCarthy, Publishers and Proprietors, Whom address axi. Communications Aky man Who's wortli a dang, Will tako tho hint And cnlt on Latino. Without dolny llo'll Btrulghtway go, JFor prices now, Aro nwful low. Jlit. David IlKciiiNni.it is announced elsowhcro ns a caniHiiulo for re-election ns councilman. The work of BtrongUionlng Limestone-bridge began yefltorday, undor the direction of Mr. Bower, tlio bnildor. Mk. J. W. Thompson, who lives on Itansloy Crook, in this county, recently had four hogs stolon Jrom his pen. Tub diamond ring raffled nt tho European Hotel, last night, was won by Mr. William Archdeacon. It was valued at $80. The Daily Bullktin is two years old It is hardly necessary to say that wo nro hero to stay, and intend to keep on growing. Messrs. Blattersian & Power sold to tho Contral Hotel n fow days ago, a heating stovo that weighed something over n thousand pounds. Mr. H. 0. Courtney and Miss ...

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. — 22 November 1883

CONDENSED NEWS. TirB.niliiAM Tjwntlon.at Paris dcnr ths ruBiorftbtptko. CMnow have, abuutfonotl Tu Crown Prlnco Frodorlck William was expected to land at Valencia at noun Wednoiday. Tjii French prow continues Its attack' upon Gsnnauy In connection with thaBpan lubetlpsodo. TmjJSgyptlan troops havo It is reported sustained anothor dofaat at tho hands of the ;AbysslnIans. A .STRUOS, among English coal operatives seems Inevitable. The movoment will probably Involve 1M,000. colliers. Tub trial of O'Donnell, tho slayer of Caroy, should Jiftve begun JVednosday but has been postponed to suit tho convenience ' of the, Jude. Tn Comptroller, ot the Currency has authorized tho First National Bank of Mo., to begin business with a capital of 0Q,0QO. It Is foared that , the steamer Manistee, plylngbexocn Hancock, Mich,, and has sunk with its crow and passengors aboard. Sin Cauiuca. "William ikubns, tho well-known electrician and inventor, died in London, Tuesday, from rupturo of tho hearjt, cause...

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. — 23 November 1883

h i !? ' It. II ' I V DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. -NO. 1. MOTSVILEE, KY.,yFRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 183. PRf5E"0NE CENT. 0ITYUNI COUNTY lUUEMOiU. Conrl. Commonwo.itth'H -T. A. Cur run. II. U. l'arrv. HliorllT I'crry Jolfcrsou. Dnn l'errlno. Deputies .'liiui JulIorHon. I. W. Alexander. TflllA tintitita Cllvjrprnlil. Tuesday altor second Monday In Jnnunrj, April, July and Octoiier In each year. Con my conn. ' P. boons. County Attorney J. L. Wliltakor. Clerk-W. W. IUII. , Becond Monday o each mouth. Court. Tuesday niter seeum Monday In March, Juno.rioptomber and December in eacli year. Hiir(Ntrnlttf Court'.. Maysvllle, No. 1.-. Wesley Vicroy nml d. L. Grant, first and third Tuesdays In March, june.Bopteinbornnd December. MayHV llo, Muwh and James Chamberlain Unit Haturday uid fourlll Tues- Dover, No. Knrnshnw and A F. Dobvuv. first ami iniru weunemiuy, 8JIU10 lnMinir'i, No. 4-0. N. Weaver and J. M. llvar first and third Tuettunys mime M. Woodward ami Joii. f II. Muiiueii flrsi and thlid Sutu.tl...

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. — 23 November 1883

m r . i. - THE DAILY BULLETIN. FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 23, 1883. 7.601 The above number represents the circulation, each week of the Daily and Wkkkly Hulletin. Advortlsers are Invited to call and assure themselves ol tho truth of the statement, and they are requested to bear lu lnlud that our raios for advertising are tut lowest. Hemp at Lexington Is this week quoted at $5.00. IlKNDltlCKS fllVOrS COX for the Speakership. Tiiuke of tho suspended Pittsburg iron mills havo resumed operations. The Constitutional Prohibition Convention will be held at Indianapolis, November 30th. Tub total number of immigrants that arrived in this country during tho ten months ended on tho 31st of October was 501,037 as against 609,015 the same time last year. ' Hon. John G. Carlisle claims in tho contest for Speakerhip, eight votes from this State, eight from Ohio, five from Indiana and a total of which ii sufficient to elect. Strong influences are being brought to bear in Washington to secure tho appointm...

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. — 23 November 1883

tiie daily Bulletin. FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 23, 1883. t JJOiSER 'arHoOABTHY, TTo Wltnir addhhS Ai.l'commdnioations At HochliiRor's ro buy your clothos, Anil you will oomo to see looking man you aro Tlian onoo you used to bo. A welhUrossed. clmpyon'H Hurely be, Anil Uiejiporjinps, sdmo day, . You'll huvo to "lake a dog with you To keep the glrlH awny. Many robborlcB aro reported nt Klploy. Tick steamer Ohio is being thoroughly I repaired at Cinclnniitr. . . T- Th'e Ttatftle .af llipltiy ore talking of using tlio'oldctfib.llglii 'theAil A FURNiTUitG factory on n largo Bcalo will Boon begin operations at Ashland. A.watcii will bu rallied at tho Guntral hotol.on SulAm'ny, higlit ateiglitclbck. J The Ashland papTSre B.iy that tho Norton "iron works'wilf bo' rebuilt Immediately. Mil. Fred A. Nkiiiku, of Augusta, has beon granted lottora patent for a strap bucklo fastening. t ( Mr. Joseph F. IIkodrick has added n his' ruaiilunctf In the lpwepartof tlmcily. Mr. Frank M. Vandkn; 'formerly of V...

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. — 23 November 1883

CONDENSED NEWS. District Attorney John HcKoovrn died at hit residence In New York Thursday morning. John W. Benway, who attempted to blow up a house In Dedbam, Mass., with powder has been arrested. At "Waterford township, Pa., Mr, McWil. Haras found himself In the embrace of his dead wife whon he awoke Wednesday morning. A.OXMXof Bllliardi between Daly and at Brussels, Belgium. Daly cored 600 and Gamier 639 in twenty weight tunings each. Tmt fourth Incendiary Are in six days occurred in Milwaukco Wednesday, when landman's feed store and six barns wero destroyed. Loss, (5,000. Dr. SCHWiimtOKB, Prince Bismarck's physician, reports that the Prince is in health, and will soon bo able to resume bis official duties. Fortt masked and armed men on took possession of a mine at Marshal Basin, CoL, and. made tho workmen quit. They shot and killed one man. Tint French brig itocabery f oundorod in mid-ocean, haying come in collision with Ahbther teseoL of the crew and passengers wero l08 "Jr. St...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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