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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 24 November 1883

1 1' r u ' n y t' i & milk. &rW&&$S3 j M W a5rir w 'flj 4'.WikMf EVENING BULLETIN. itii.i, ,i. -I 'Ur I! VOIi. 3 NO. 2. SUBPAV, NOVEMBER 24, 1883. "-PRICE dNENT. CITY ANIHJOUNI'Y lllK0'O W CoHfi? flE lw Common wo.iUiiM attorney TjlxHCamm; merit u. u. I'nrry. Hherifl Perry Jefferson. &' JTfl Dan Pertne. Chan UullArrimf. f ' ( J.IV, '$$ JHllnjCilonnU Pltr!criilil . j.umt(iny,nltor second MonU.iy.ln.Jnmiao. ATirU.'July and October lndtyf.'fen County Court. Judge Will. P. Conns. Comity Attorney, J. L,,Wbltkpr, j Werk-W, W. Uafu ., , V ' iU U Hocond Monday o iiicli mouth. tiitr(iri y .l.'ourjt.' , . Tuesday niter Kedntnf MrititlnjMn MSroft.j June, oopioinucr aim uocoinoer iu eneu year. MitKliltrntrftOoar. M Maysvllln, No. 1. Wes1uy v'lcriiy and J. L. Grant, Unit and third ruodiiy In March, Jiiue.Heploinbornud December. Mayuvllle, No, 'A M. F. Marsh and Jauios Chamberlain first Muturduyuud fourth day, Hnmelr.billhs. Dover, No, 3 JumuMjiuriuUiuw und A. F Dobynit, Urst a...

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. — 24 November 1883

" m r I v THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 24, 1883. 7,601, Tbo above nuinbor represents tho circulation, each week of tlio Daily and Wkkki.y Hullktin. Advertisers are Invited to citll and assuro thetnsolvo ol the truth of tli( stntemoiit, and they nro requested to hear In mind that our raics for Advertising are thi lowest. Tub Kentucky Legislature meets 31. It would suit tho Americnii people right woll to liavo the Btrugglo for tho Speakership deckled by competitive examination. The Secretary ot tho Treasury has authorized tho payment, without, rebate, of tbo embraced in tho 122d call, maturing December 1. . A New Yokk doctor says horses bavo scnrlet foyer, and that disease among children comes mainly from horses, particularly in tho largo cities. . The Reporter says that next summer Hendorson capitalists will put several hundred thousand dollars in manufactories, and n lino of street cars is certain to bo built LeRoy Beauliku, the famous French economist, says that "seld...

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. — 24 November 1883

I THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 24, 1883. BOBSER & HoOARTHY, rubllahers and Proprietors, To Wnov AtwnwH al communications Aba Uuuoksi don his hat And stops out to tlio front, With something for the peoplo who Aro on n " bargain " hunt. You'll find tho prices Just as low As In tho days ol yoro, When bloomed and flourished heroin town, Tho old "Sensation Hloro." ItADIliTS sell Olivet. for fivo cents each at Mt. B Mr. Rouekt Frost is a enndidato for na, Councilman. The initio market la looking up at Lex ington. Yearlings nro selling at from $85 to $100. Live turkovs command six conts n pound gross in Fleming county, and oiglit cents a pound at Paris. .. i i - Great bargains in Bed Comforte. Wc mnko blcr reductions in tho prices of all our Bed Comforts. J. W. Sparks & Bro. Tub growth of Owensboro at present is Bald to bo healthy and permanent. It InTmtlcipnted tho 'business of the city in t!834 will bo tlio largest in her history. i m m A drop curtain for tlio now o...

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. — 24 November 1883

CONDENSED NEWS. Tmt strike ot the Now York cigar box makers remains unchanged. Tim damage done by the tornado at Melbourne, Arkansas, 1 estimated at $100,000 " Does " Lovk, a professional gambler, was shot and killed at Malone's Landing, Miss., Friday. PmLUP Duisbacji, a Chicago portrait painter, fell undor tho .wheels of a strcot car and was killed. It is reported that J. Knox Polkj of Horrodsburg, Ky. has klllod Maro Owens, In llockcastle County, that State. At Indianapolis, J. F. Caylo, manufacturer of agricultural implements, has railed. Liabilities, $12,000 ; Assets, $8,000 TiKGerman Landtag has passed an act prolonging the state of siege of Berlin un til September 80, 1834. JOHN W, Grxxn was acquitted at Baltimore Thursday of -the' murder of Levi Hawkins, which occurred in September last. In the Manchester, England November meeting, first day, tho plato raco was wou by Docisire; Friar Rush, second; Tassalc, third. At Conway, Ark., on Thursday night, Dr. Ruckcr was shot at thro...

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. — 26 November 1883

I' a u t II. B- lit : It" jyjESfif EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 3 NO. 3. . MYSVJLLEkK.V MONDAY,1' NOVEMBER 2G, 1883. V PRICE 'ONE CENT. i, i CITY ANDUOUiNTY OlKKUrOlliTj ..,r v !onr(H Circuit Cuhrt. " f ..... . T J,..,.. Commonwealth's Yttornoy TrAf Oarraii? n. rnrrv. Hherliri'oiry Jefferson. I Dun I'errlne. Demi tics: olIorsoitM fl l J. w. n iuxiuiiiit. Jnller Dentils KlnttfraHI.s ' Tuesday niter second Monday In Jnnu April, July aim uciqucr ineaon year,- Coiimy Court. Judgo Wm, P. Coons. , County Attorney J. L. Whltnknr. , , ' ' Cleric-W. V. Hall. '" . .Hocond Monday c ouch mouthr Court.. Tuesday niter necift Monday In March, Jliino,8eptemlor nnd Ijeccmhur In ouch yuur. MiiglKtritlQil'onrtA ( ' Maysvlllo, and J. L. Uraut, Unit and thlid l'uosdiiys In March, JuneHoptonibornnd December, Maysvlllo, Ho. 2. M. K. Mursli and Juiiion Chamberlain tlrst Muturday und fourtli Tuesday, samo mouths. Dover, No. 3 JaniCN Eiiriislutw and A. K Dobyii, llist ami tnlid Wednesday, s.iino months. Mlnprvm No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 November 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVENING, NOV. 20, 1883. 7,601 Thonbovo nnmbor rcprcsonUi the clrculn. Hon, oach wools of the daily and Wkkkuy Hullktin. Advertisers ate Invited to cull aud assure themselves ol the truth of tlio statoment, nnd they nro requested to bear In mind that our mien for Advertising are the lowest. Luxinoton is complaining of tlio bad quality of her yas. Tits bankers of Boston ricmiiml un equitnblo bankrupt law. Tiik city council of Cyntbtana has $2,000 for electric lihta. Two postal clerkB have got Into trouble at Portsmouth through decoy letters. The popular Democratic majority In the recent Virginia election is 17,931. An incandescent electric light company has been organized at Cincinnati, Maiione bus given directions to make his turkey small and leave all the stuflliiK out. Mn. Morrison, of Illinois, is managing Mr. Carlisle's canvaso for the The slaughter of birds, rabbits nnd other small gnmu throughout the State is immense. Yellow fever is slow in disappear...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 November 1883

li THE DAILY BULLETIN, MONDAY I2VENING, NOV. 20, 1883. ItOSSER & MoOAUTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To WHOM ADDBEHS A 1.1. COMMUNICATIONS If lllllo piggies will persist lly Htrcet cars to bo trottln', Wo'll keep on writing opltnplw, Oono but not forgot ton. Dkckmiieii 21st will bo tlio shortest tiny of tho year. A modkiin oporii lionso 1h talked of nt Portsmouth. 'Fkankpoiit Is to lmvo a how jail Hint will coat $15,000." Tin: price of real nutate, la Baiil to be rapidly advancing nt CarlWo. . ,v Salt nprinklctl over a carpet before sweeping will brighten tho colors. A kikm nt I'.ir'm is shipping dre.scd beef hnd sheep in refrigerator Cars to the eastern cities. Jah. Fisiikr, of Fleiningsbiirg, while out hunting was thrown from a. wagon and had his leg broken. ' ' ' Tint sausage made this winter from Maysvillo pork will tasto very strongly of essence of Market street. J Washington county court recently appropriated over $70,000 to building turnpikes and bridges in that county....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 November 1883

CONDENSED NEWQ. Ait old t of tho Czar of Rui U describe him u a bully and a coward. An unknown man tvas run over and killed ntPlttaburg Sunday by a train on tho Pittsburg & Lalto Erie. POSTMABTJCn General Giucsham hits gono to Indiana, Jle will return to Wash-, ington by next Monday week. Mfc Josirnll. Blacktan, of tho Foreign Mail sorrico of tho Pot Ofllco Department, is dead. Jacob A. KormKn, doalor in hosiery and notions, at Cincinnati, has Assigned. A sete, (25,000; liabilities, $35,000. Aix tho English journals express pleasure ,at the eloction of Mr. Lowell to be Rector of St. Andrews' University. JIonnu)i.s,sltor)8 of Russian cruelties are circulated, and it is believed there will soon be another out-break of Nihilist deviltry. Thk President has appointed Lawrenco TVeldon, of Illinois, to succeed J. C. Ban croft Davis as an Associate Juitlco of tho United Btates Court of Claims. Tns health of tho Princess of "Wales is thought to be permanently impaired. Her deafness has g...

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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. — 27 November 1883

l) n V IV i) BAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 3 NO. 4. MAYSVILLE, K?.; TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. CITY AN1MJUUNTY MKEUi'UUi. Conrtu OlrcitU Court. Judge A. E.Cole. Commonwealth's Utornoy T. A. Cnrrnu. I). 1'urry. laJr ,Jf f. Sheriff-Perry Jefferson. Dun Porrlno. Chan JotloDioii. J. V. Aluznnder. Flugcrald. Tuesday aller kocond Monday in Jammr), April, July iuiU October in each year. Conmy (lunru Judge-Win. P. Coons. County Attorney J. L. Whttnkor. Clerk-W. W. Hall. , Second Monday c ouch mouth. ' tiirlcriy Court. Tuesday niter second Monday In Mnrch, Juuo, September and Uecembor in eaoli year. AIiiXlNlrnlfi Court. Maysvlllo, No. I. Wesley Vicroy anil J. L. Grant, Ural and third Tuowlayn In March, Juiie.tioptcmheriiud December. Maysvlllo, No. 2. M. K. Marsh and James Chambeilalii Hi hi Saturday and fourth Tues-day, same inoiithK. ... . . . Dover, No. 3 James EuiuhIiuw nnd A. K. Donync, nrsl ami third Wednesday, Minu months. , Minerva, No. l-O. N. Weiivor nud J. M. Byar H...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 27 November 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 27, 188S 7,eoi. The above number represents the circulation, each, week of tho daily and Wkkki.y Hui.lktin. Advertlson are Invited to call and assure tbomsclves ol the truth of the statement, and they aro requested to lear in mind mat our ra.es for advertising are tin lowest. Lexington lina adopted the standard timo. ' m i m Cincinnati is to havo a cotton mill that will coat half a million dollars. Tub army ofllcora generally express their 'dissatisfaction with the President's pardon of Sargeant Mason. More than one hundred million dollars havo been spent by Congress on the city of Washington in tho last eighty yearB. A troop of Pennsylvania politicians, who havo been in Washington importuning tho President to ruriko certain removals and appointments, went away without having accomplished anything. Duiiinq tho year ending November 1, $105,322,450 of tho public debt has been paid, and all tho remainder of the bonds ($91,590,250) havo been cal...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 27 November 1883

IIE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 27. 1883. ROSSElt & MaOARTHY, Publishers huU i'roprlelors, To Wiioh Addukbh ALL CoMMUnIgAtioks ?y5jpjs The candidates now scooting 'round To gather lu tlio volos, Should bear in mind Windhorst Blum, Aro groat on overcoat. And any candidal!) in town, " Who will ft good one wear, Will And when 'all tho votesare In, That ho is unruly there. The gobble of tlio turkey growa faintor ' daily. ' Five million bushels of conl are coming down tho river from Pittsburg. Me98us. W. W. Baldwin' Co. fcoltl on Saturday to Mr. D. Arnbam, of Pittsburg, broke mules at$103 each. An old so w yesterday afternoon destroyed a buncli of partrdges and several rabbits for Mr. It. B. Lovel, of Market street. . ! i in i l)n. John T. IIkndiuck will preach at tho Third street Presbyterian Church on Wednesday evening. Everybody is invited to bo present. Judok E. WitiTAKKit tv few days ago sold his crop of tobacco, about 10,000 pounds,,. to Tlioimw Best, for eighteen and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 27 November 1883

CONDENSED NEWS. Eiixowb; tho Boston painter, is dead. Twkntt deaths" from yellow fover at Havana last week. BonoLAiis blew the Pottsrillo, Pa., posU ofllco saio and got (5,000. WiixiM Pnitrs, renowned railroad contractor, ia dead at Springfield, Moss. Tnk French restriction on tho Importation of American pork will bo removod. Rkv. Vfit. Mitchkll, pastor of a Boston Congrcgationalist church, arrostod for stealing books. President Qrovy assured tho now Minister to Paris that he would flud there all tho sympathy he could deslro. AMEjifCAN.Bguadron' Iri thojeast has been instrucWdJto'protcii American interests in caao of' Franco-Chines "war. It is stated that the Wabash system is a dead load on Gould, and that ho offered it to VonderbiltT of $33 per share. It is tho expectation in Paris that tho docreo forbidding tho importation of American pork Into Franco will soon bo with drawn'. ConkLTNO rof used to respond to a toast ' at the Evacuation Day Banquet, New York, because George "Willia...

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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. — 28 November 1883

c :AIL'Y BULLETIN. A ' Ji- ', ' n f i . fun , 1 , . to art ' i .1 i VOL. '3 NO. . ! MAYSILLE,'KYM.EDNEAY? NOVEMBER 28, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. .JITV AHDUUUMTY MKKtfUMU. Oourln Circuit E.Colo. , H ' .UommonwciHIi's Attornpy T. A. Uitrrnu. Clerk-It. I). Parry. Jctlorsom , e , ( Dau Perrlno., Deputies! Chmi Jollorson,. , '" I J. W. Alexander. ' Jailor Dennis Fitzgerald. ... Tuosdny nltor .Monday In Jnnuary, April, 'July ' ami October In cnch year. ihi ," ' Conniy 'Mr. ' Judgo Wm. P. Coons. , ... ,', Onuuiy Attorney J. L. NV'hlLnkpr. Clerk-W. W. Ball. Hocond iluiulav u ahuIi inuulh.4 ttitartrriy C'onrt. ,. Tuesday niter Mbiltlay to March? i Junu, tloiitoiiiboraml December in each year. MniflMtrrtlt CuurH ad J.-'L. Oraul, flint nnd thlnf Hi Murcli, lii.,.. rti.lnmluinnil I ..Maysviilo, No. James Chamberlain Aral aatlfrdiiy iid. rouflli Inpn 1 day, same months. " ' ' , . Dover, .N0. 3 Juiiium EarhKlmw and A. F. Douyun, first and third Wednesday, skhio "wnerVn, No, 4-0. N. WfctVor uud Jf" Ml...

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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. — 28 November 1883

i -, .-,. ? - THE DAILY BULLETIN. "WEDNESDAY EVE., NOV. 28, 1883. 7,601. Thoabovo nnmbor represents tho circular Hon, oach week of the DAILY nnd Wkkklv IIui.l,ktin. Advertisers nre Invited to call and nssuro thomsolvos ol tho truth ot the stalotnont, and they nre requested to bear In intuit that our raies for Advertising are tin lowest. An Iowa pn per suggests Grant nnd Lincoln as tho Presidential candidates. Instuctioxs have been called to the American fleet in Asiatic waters for the protection ot American interests in the event of war between Franco and China. Gov. Hamilton, of Illinois, while he favors a western man for President in 1884, says that if tho candidate must como from tho cast, ho prefers Arthur to anybody else. m m Goveknor Ivnott has pardoned David Adkins, of Whitley county, a lifo prisoner in tho penitentiary, nnd D. 0. Green, of Bell county, under sentenco of three three years for bigamy. Both cases were deserving of clemency. President Arthur's Cabinet is describ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 November 1883

ft THE DXlLtf BlftXETIlft WEDNESDAY, VE,, tfOV. 2g, 1883. .nb'asBK.MoOiBTilYr1 , J" ."Palirisliorauiid'PrpprletSre, To WuoM ASDHiAz,i. Communications 3E YoUNa LooiiitjtvAU camo opt of the west, Vowing Egnow & .Alloh's stoves woro the best, " For baking, for frying, forstewlng, for w'ur, And very correct was (lint young Lochluvar. IUaiNa. Tho Eiglu's war on tho ' " . Wont waa resumed at tho ice factory Go "toc1iurch "to-morrow. You" liavo much to bo thankful ,ferw J 1 I Col. J. M. Stockton, ' a'RcnBiblo,11 citizen, is a candidato for tion ns councilmiin. Skats for tho McAuley entertainment 'are "b"olngwrn"f33ly dtkon. jTKey grcTfor sale at Taylor's no w'sepqt In. Frank R. Biiistkii's atoro will be closod to-morrow (Thanksgiving) from ten o'clock a. m. until ono o'clock p. m. Chase Brooks, a colored boy, living in East Mnysville, is in custody of tho officers; andlwijljbojtrityl oria writ oMu nacy. The' Bulletin office wfliW closed tomorrow. ' aftornoon; (Thanksgiving Dny. All bus...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 November 1883

CONDENSED NEWS. Bkllowb, tho Boston painter, la dead. Sergeant Masoh has arrived at "Washington, The Spanish author, Juan Vallora, has boen appointed Minister to Washington. A FKy Mosloms of Hick's command wcro spared from tho slaughter. CniKF of Constantinople pollco on trial for blackmail. Rounsn, Minister of State under tho lato French Empiro, is dying. Tub report that tho Vatican will send a Nuncio to America is denied. Siemah'h funeral took place from Westminster Abbey. Burial at Konsal Green. George Brown, aged flf toon, of Vt,, yraa fatally kickod in the head by a horso. of tho oonvlctod Ilownrd county, Ark., rioters have been placed in the penitontiary. England admits that French interests demand tho occupation of Sontay and Bacninh, but rocommends a conciliatory policy. Nkaq Pittsburg, two weeks ago, ttro boys fought a duel wills knives. Ono of thorn difri yostarday of his wounds. Rumors of negro uprising at Birmingham, Ala. Militia guard the torrn, and Catling gun commands...

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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. — 29 November 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. 5 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. VOL. 3 NO. G. MAYSVILLE, KY., (JIT! AiNI) COUNTY UIUEUIOIU. ' CoiirlN Circuit Court. Judao A. E. Colo. . ., . ComraonwiwUli'M AttorueyT. A. Uurran D. Parry. Hhorlff Perry JoiftirHon. ( D.m Peirlue. Deputies: Chan Jellerson. I J. V. Aloxander. Jailor-Dennis Fitzgerald. ... Tuesday nllor Hocond Monday in January, April, July unit October In each year. Coumy 'oiiri. Judgo Wm.P.Uoons. County Attorney J. ti. whltakor. Clerk-W. W. Uull. , Bocoud Monday c oiion mouth. UiuirliTiy Court. Tuesday nttor secmii Monthly In March, Juno, deptembor and December lu each year. aiiiRlHtrniFM turt. Maysvlllo, No. Vicroy and J. L. Grant, tlrst and third Tueidays In March, Jiiiie,Beplomtorand December. Mliysvillo, No. 2.-M. K. Marsh and James Chnmboihiln Hint Saturday and fourtli rues-day, Hanio months. .... Dover, No. Karnslmw and A. F. JJouyu, Uiril tuiii tiuiU Wednesday, h.iuiu trt Hill llU Minerva, No. l-O. N. Weaver and J. M. Uya...

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. — 29 November 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVENING, NOV. 20, 1883. 1 ' ' ' "" - - - V, OL The above number represents tlio circulation, each week of the Daily unci Weekly I1U.M.KTIN. Advorttsors aro Invited to call una nssuro themselves ol the truth of tiir statement, and they are requested to bear lb mind that our ra es for advertising are tin I o went. Cob. J. R. Boone, of Loulsvillo, is dead. Saikjkant Mabon is to bo exhibited ns a curiosity in n TittsburR museum, - Dkalkrs nt Cincinnati have reduced the prico of coal two conta on the bushel. i The graves of tho Pilgrims who enme over, in tho Mayflower havo been discovered at Plymouth, Mnss. i iNDtANArobis is making vigorous efforts to havo tho next National Republican Convention held in that city. i The French Cabinet Council has rescinded tho decree forbidding tho importation of Amorican pork into Franco. Accoiumno to a decision of tho Indiana Supremo Court appropriations of money by tho Legislature by joint resolution aro illegal. m Thomas ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 29 November 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVENING, NOV 20. 1883. rosser Si McCarthy, Publishers nntl Proprietors, To Whom ADDKKbH Ai.ii Communications At lllattermnn A Power's sloro You'll And tlioy keep on hand fctovou of ovcry shnpoand kind Tlio best In all tho 1 mil. And they dcslro thu Hum.etin To sny to every ono, Respecting prices of theso things They knuckle down to nono. Oavt. M. M. CiiAY, well known In turf circles died nt Paris, tliia week. A bed-room suit oMurnltnro wortli 51100, nt Henry Ort'e, is wortli going to see. The postofllco closed nt ten o'clock tills morning and will not open ngaiu until to-morrow. The lndy wlio advertised recently in this paper for n feather bod, will please cnll utthls office. A ohay englo killed n fow days ngo by Mr. II. P. fitch, of Lewis county, measured six feet from tho end of ono wing to tho other. A Festival will bo given in the school liouso nt Aberdeen, on Friday nnd Saturday overlings of tills week for tho benefit of tho school. All aro invited....

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 29 November 1883

VTT CONDENSED NEWS. GovKiiNOn Neweia, of Oregon, has slgnod tho women's suffrage bill. It goes into eltoct immediately. The tannory Arm of J. D. Kirby 8c Co., Lancaster, Ky., have failed. Liabilities, 150,000; assets, $10,000. Tiik Dublin Government has appointed Messrs. "Whito and Bowly, Queen's Counsel, to lnqulro Into tho causes of the recont riots at Londonderry, The German Emperor's health Is much Improved. Ills Illness was not serious, but his slightest ailment causes alarm in view of his advanced age. A conflagration at Wavorly, Tcnn., destroyed ten business houses with their stock of goods. All tho buildings were framo structures. W. TnicE, aged thirty-two, a stone mason, suicided at Connellsvillo, Pa., by hanging. Causo, despondoucy. Ho loavos a wlfo and six children. Ropeii's storing houso at Garrcttovillo, O., with $1,500 worth of chocso belonging to Snow & Goodsoll, burned Tnesday. Insured. Max Coiin, a Danish sailor, was stabbed and killed by an unknown person In a ...

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