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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 30 November 1883

6 DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 3 NO. 7. MAYSVILLE, KY., FBI DAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. CITY AiYDUOUNTY iUKEUI'OKt. Court Circuit Court. .Judge A.E.Cole. 'Commonwealth's Attornoy T. A. Curran. Clerk-H. 1). I'nrry. Jefferson. ( Dan Ferrlne. .Deputies: Chan JollerHun. (. J. V. Alexander. Jailer Dennis Fitzgerald. Tuesday tiller second Monday In January, April, July aud October In cuoli year. County Court. Judge Wm. P. Coons. County Attorney J, L. Whltnker. Clerk-W. W. Hall. Second Monday o each mouth. lmtrteriy Court. Tuesday alter neonnit Monday In March, .June, Huptoinbcr aud December In each year. atnglNlrnlrv Courts. Maysville, No. b Wosley Vicroy nnd J. L. Qraut, llrsl and third Tuesdays In March, June, September and December. Maysville, No. 2.M. F. Marsh and James Chamberlain tlrst Saturday and fourth Tuesday, Burnt) months. Dover, No. 3 James Karnslmw aud A. F. Dobyn, drat aim third Wednesday, same months. Minerva, No. -I-O. N. Weavor and J. M. Byur first and thlid ...

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. — 30 November 1883

v r i ' r THE DAILY BULLETIN. FIUDAY EVENING, NOV. 30, 1883. v,eoj., Tlionbovo number represents tlio circulation, eaou wools of tho Daily and Wkkki.y Hdllbtin. Advertisers are tnvllctl to call and assure thomselvoi ol the truth of the statement, nnd they are requested to hear lu mind Hint our ru.es for Advertising are tla lowest. Foun liunilretl coal miners nro on n Btriko nt Pittsburg. i The Supremo Court of Georgia lias decided that cotton future notes are absolutely void and cannot bo collected by law. Tin; publication of tho pension list lias disclosed the fact that pensions have been paid long after tho pensioners wero dead. Thk increabo of livo stock is not equal to tho increaso of population. Since 1803 tho population of tho United States has increased Go percent., while tho increase in livo stock has been about 50 per cent. In a desperate hand-to-hand encounter nt Lancaster, Judge Georgo Denny, jr., shot and killed James H. Anderson. Tho latter, it appears, was tho aggresso...

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. — 30 November 1883

) .THE DAILY BULLETIN. FRIDAY 12VLNINQ, NOV. 30. 1883. rosser & McCarthy, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Aduiikhu AM. Communications On Market street this vory night, (fill In I ho opuu air, Thero'll bo a coucort.nnd tlio town Should ciicli and oil be tlioro. Tlio rich, who In tliolr chaises ride, Tho hardy sons ol toll, Hliould co uud hear tho songs to-night About tho Hliamrocn Oil. ,1 Cor.. J. Stodimud Johnston is ut 'Washington working for Cnrlislo. Indications point to u largo holiday trntlo in, Mnysvillo this Benson. . ,f V. "W. Aqnkw'h atpra afQuinry whb robbed by burglars a fuw days ago. Arrntt tlio hogs lmvo gono it would bo n good kh'ft to hoo that tho hiT)odk'ct loaves Mnysvillo nlno. The caso of Ambrose &c ngaiust Tabb Ac, from this county, has boon affirmed by tho Court of Appeals. ' Mit. Wm. Staloui", a good citizen of E.ist Mnysvillo, is inviicil by his frioi.da to bo n cundidato for councilman. Tins ovorcoat opening at llechingor Bros. & Co.'a noxt Mo...

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. — 30 November 1883

CONDENSED NEWS. B. Conw, clothier, of Clhclnnatl, has esslgned: liabilities, $10,000; assets about 43,000. Aftku Docorobor 1 tho now standard tlmo will bo adopted la tho Interior at Washington. Caret's cotton warehouse, at Baltlmoro, Md., four stories high and filled with cotton burnod Wednesday. Loss, $75,000. , Kltab BifTDKR, aged wns killod in SprlngQold Township, Summit county, Ohio, by the earth caving upon him. EA.nrY "Wednesday morning a large barn belonging to Goorgo Weavor, near Hackney's Station, was burned with its con tonts. Tho flro is supposed to be incendiary.. At Ogden, Utah, Jones, the colorod boy, aged eighteen, who was rocently arrested for outraging a Httlo girl of four years, has been sentenced to fifteen years in tho penitentiary, The Paris Figaro understands that Admiral Courbet has Informed the Government that ho can not make his projected odvouco on Sontay without additional reinforcements. J. II. Cheney, Vico President of tho Lako Erie & Western Railway...

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. — 1 December 1883

- -J , DAILY EVENING BULLETIN t VOL. 3 NO. 8. IMAYSVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. w k !f ! r ' CITY ANDUOUNTY MKBM'OHi. Courts Circuit Court. Judge A.E.Colo. . Commonwo.iUU'H Attorney T. A. Uurrau D. Tarry. BhorltT Perry Jellerson. f Dun I'errlue. Doputlos: Uhnn JelloiNon. (. J. W. Alexander. Jailer Donuls piiEgcrald. Tuesday altor second Monday In Januarj, April, July and October In each year. County Court. Judge Wm. I. Coons. County Attorney J. L. Whltakor. Clerk-W. W. Ball. Bocond Munday c euou mouth. Court. Tuesday attor secuiih Monday In Mnrch, June, (September and December in cacti year. MiiKiHtrntCN Courts. Maysvlllo, No. I. Vicroy and J. L. Grant. first nnl tlilid Tuesdays lu Murcli, Juue.Heptoiuberaiid December MuyHVlllo, No. V. M. K. Mitrsli nncl James Cliuiubeiliiln first .Saturday and fourth Tuck-day, samo moutliB. Dover, No. 3 Jume KiiriiHlmw and A. K. Dobyu, tlittt ami third Wednesday, name months. Minerva, No. 4 O. N. Weaver and J. M. Ilyur Il...

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. — 1 December 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVE., DEO. 1 1883. Tlienbovo nutnbor represents tlio circulation, cioli week or the Daily mid Wkkkly I.UIi.ktin. Advertisers nro Invited to cull unil assure themselves ot the truth of the statement, aud they are requested to lenr in mind that our rnica for Advertising nro tin lowest. Dn. Geo. W. Bacimjy, tlio humorist, loctnror and correspondent, is dead nt Richmond, Vu., nged years. A todacco fair will begin at Georgetown on Tuesday, December -l Grow- ers and manufacturercrs from other Htntcs are expected. m . Secretary Lincoln nnd his friends do not Bcema to bo bothered much about tlio young man's presidential boom. That of Colliding seems to have been mislaid. Justice Harlan's grand effort in behalf, of tlio civil rights of tlio colored man may hnvo been well meant, but is thrown away; tho watermelon season continues in full vigor in Florida. i An open letter from a convict named Robert Daniels, addressed to Governor Knott, claims that a man named Arm...

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. — 1 December 1883

7 U i l$TIIE DAILYBULLETIN SATURDAY liVE., DKO. 1, 1R83. ROSSER & MoCAIrTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, m iO YVI1UAI ADIIHUHB Alili UUlIUUHIUATIOnS W Hr.AKHioRouon'sBtorois filled to-day With sundry Christmas things, Wulch'os, clocks and jewelry, Ami golden wedding rings. Ho stop right up and doslgtinto Tlio thing your fancy milts, And you will llnd the prlco so low You'll jump right oat your booiH. The river is fulling ngnln. Hkmi is cuiolod in Lexington nt from S5.00 to $0. i Anotiikk wedding in Maysvillo is fixed forthol8lliin8t.; -. . 0 '" . -'. o , Hr.cinNOKit, Bhom. & Co. 'a ononfug of satin-lined overcoats wns (lie suiiButlon to-day, nnd inativ were sold. Tjik Bullktin'h HiigiisUon of u wood-carving china in Maysvillo is favornbly received and the prospect is that it will bo orgunized. K. m Musstts John Wiiecmsr and Dttko Scott dining n rocent limning expedition in Fleming county, killed eighty nibita nnd fifty bifds in three days, Attention isdirfcted to tho publica...

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. — 1 December 1883

CONDENSED NEWS. BTnE dead body of a boy child was found In Pottery Beach, Long Isltnd, yesterday, apparently o caso of infanticide. Tint meeting of both tho Orangemen and. Nationalists, Announced to bo held on Sunday night, have been proclaimed by tho Dublin Caitlo authorities. Mns. Catherine O'Brien fell from hears disease, at No. 135 Adelphla street, Brooklyn, and died In an ambulanco in which she was placed to bo removed to her residence. Dibfatchkb from tho Cape of Good Hope announces that the German gunboat Nautilus, which has been on station there, has been orderod to proceed at onco to join tho German squadron In Chinese waters. Dr. Geo. M. Cooper, a prosperous Chicago physician, killed himself after his Thanksgiving dinner by taking morphlno. Iloileft a.lotter to his young wifo, asking hef to follow him, but assigning no cause for tho suicide. B. P. Dow & Co, of the extensive agricultural and machine works of Peru, Ind., havo assigned. Liabilities, $150,000; assets, $300...

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. — 3 December 1883

TO A TT V 'TaqRWWJfik. BULLETIN. I m B B i,,:B- Ai sfciB&YJHffi25AiS52 l"? i .I1,1 l' (l. " I' 9. ' S MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1883. PRICE 'ONE CENT. k ftv 7; ,l V VOL 3 NO . ' ' . ' V? Jl-L- ---- -- - ,. l . ; T . .. . . . .P l iMinifi'riMniRPVktA.riONfl. a n nn lilTY ANDL'UUNI'Y IHUEUI'UIIV. Court. Judge A. E.Colo. . ,, Commonwealth's A. C'urrnu Clerk-U. I), Parry. Sheriff" Perry Jeilerson. Dull Perriue. i Chan JeIoron. J. V. Alexander. Jailer Dennis PtlEKornld. . , . Tuesday uller, second Monday In Jnnuar, April, July mid October In euoli your. Coumy Court. Judge Win. I. Conns. County Attorney J. U. Whttaker. Clerk-W. W. Hall. Second Monday c viicli month. Court. Tuesday nttor second Monday' In March, June.Soptember and Decernborm enchyeni. llnKlNirrtlci Courts. Maysvlllo, No. I. Wesley Vieroy and J. L. 11 rant, tint and third Tuoiihi) In Murcli, Juno, September und December. Maysvlllo, No. 2. M. K. Mumh and Junius "Chniuboiliilii Unit Saturday nud fourth sumo mont...

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. — 3 December 1883

TIIE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVENING, DEO. 3, 188.5. 7,601 The abovo number represents tho ouch week of the Daily and Weekly HUI.letix. AdvortUors are luvlted to call uuil assure themselves ot the truth of the .statement, and they nro requested to benr Ip mind that our nt.es for advertising are tin lowest. A new opera Iioubo is talked of nt Lexington. It is said Unit there are 30,000 liogH nt Louisville waiting to, bo butchered. s Sahokakt Mason linn accepted a $l,r00 clerkship in n Cliic.ico clothing store. As will bo Been by a despatch elsewhere, Mr. Carlisle was selected ns the Democratic candidato for Speaker, on tho first ballot at tho rauctiB on Saturday night. The result is very gratifying to tho Democracy of Kentucky. Tun numerous outrages by tramps n the present timo suggests tho propriety of tho vigorous enforcements of tramp laws where any exist and tho passage of vigorous laws on the subject in the States where there are none. The tramp nuisance has been somewhat in abeya...

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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. — 3 December 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVENING, DEC a, 1833. HOSSElt & MCCARTHY, Publishers nud Proprietors, v t To Whom Aunnrew am. Communications w That ladles' clonks uro cheap tills week, Is what wo Imvu to loll, Ah you will find when yon linvogono To Nesbltt A McKrell. They got 'em up In "II the styles Am nont as any Uihllo, With nud . On back and si io'iuul middle. A OABUOur and hoatlng cotnpany Iiiih been orgunizt'tl nt Portsmouth. It is reported Unit the Rtiltn nt Riploy luvo been compromised. ... . . ., . Ovku oho hundred Keats' have been sold for the MuAtiloy entertitinment tin's evening. A nonce iittncbud to a lrny r.m uway on Second .Btrcet this inpning. p dnmnt'o."' ' t f f ' ' " ' Onk of the at Mr. llortnnnn Liingu'a jewelry store marks tho correct 8 utiilnril time. Mil. TitoiiAH Y. tNKtiiiiT, ol is invited by JiiH frienuN to be u cundidtite for Couneiltnun. O'Dox.nkll, the nuiiderer of Carey, tho informer, lint been found, suilly. and will be banged at Newgate. Mr- Jons T. Ji...

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. — 3 December 1883

CONDENSED NEWS. The loss by the Masonlo Temple flro In Now York is from $45,000 to $55,000. The Crown rrlnco Frederick William has postponed his roturn to Gormany until Thursday. The President has rocojrniRod Frodorlck Tynto "Warburton as British Vice Consul at Nowport News, V. The commorcfal crisis In Southern Russia Is Increasing. Tho prlco of corn has fallen from fourteen to eight roubles. Extensive snow-storms havo prevailed throughout parts of Germany. In Prussian . Baxony trains aro blockadod by drifts. THE value of exports from the United States during October was $73,589,709 and of merchandise imported $57,508,183. Gustavuh Vandknburcj, r Swede, wasJ run Over by a work train at 'iccumscii, Mich., and both legs were cut off. Me may live. FniNCE Bismahck's physicians report his health good. Thoy explain their frequent visits to Fredcricksruhebytho illness of tho Princess Bismarck, who suffers irom catarrh of the stomach. TnE Chicago clothing house that offered Sergeant Mason 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. — 4 December 1883

'1 VOL. 3 NO 10 ,.:i"LQM vJJUU& EVENING BULLETIN ,!) -,i.' ;! si cItV aVo caUhtty! juitb ro Jj 1 1 Courlu Clroult Court. K, Colo,, i CominouwtiultliVA.ltqruoy t. Acur'niti, . . ( Dun Perrlnc. Deputies: -J ('lmii Ji'IU'inoii, . . Jailer Dennis FliKgdrald . Tuesday alter .second Monday In Jnniinr) , April, July and October in ohcIi year. ' '- Comity f'otirt. l btkpr. uieranw. vfvf"U. . , , Kocoud Monday u i'jioh U('n!,li. U'mrlerty Couri.-Tuesday niter second Monday In 'Jfilreh, , June, ttopUiiubei;,uudtJUcc4iiihur ill jeacli year. iMiiKUfriitcn't'littrts: ' Maysvllle, NO. i'Jl. Or.lhl: tlrWt' hnU ,thlrd 'Cifhyitf)i' MMU, Juiie,8ot.(OihlM)ViiWlroohlni7V ' " " MUjVVIIlo, James Ohllmberltllh first Hiiiiirdiiy'arid fob Ml day, HUlllO IIIOIllllH. l ". I Uover, Wo. BWuiikim KauiHluiw und A. F. iijiiyn, lliHl iiuu jiilU Wi'diiewln,),, sajilo , Mmorvn.'No. l-0. N: Weaver rinll J. M. Bynr first "find third TheAttnyfr. sumo ' months. ' M, Whiuwlrd nnd Jiuu .Madiion first ittid third sAtrin...

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. — 4 December 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVENING, DEO. 4, 1883, 7.601. Th above nambor represents the circulation, each week of the Daily nnd Vkkkly BULLKtim. AdLvortlsers are luvltod to call ami assure themsolvc ot tho truth of the statement, uud tljoy are requested to liear ii mind that our ran for advertising are tin lowest. lirts broken out it Washington, Indiana. - i.i -i-. Eleven hundred cigar makers are out of employment at Chicago. . CouNTEBKKir silver dollnrB dated 1880 . nro in circulation ut Mt. Sterling. Pa it is, after u&ing tho standard time, has repudidiatcd it and gone back to the ' ' old. Edwin Farley surceeds Crumbaugh as Collector of tho Second Kentucky revonuo district. A movement for tho abolition of tho contract system of convict labor has been started in Colorado. French pork packers are much displeased over tho abrogation of tho decree prohibiting tho importation of f American pork. Some Republicans propose that Gov. Robinson, of Massachusetts, should be given tho nom...

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. — 4 December 1883

i I 1 L r W T).MligwiSg la EUEBDAY BMBHIHOADBa l.lS BltiSWi&m Aaftlfio, 7 , . S22 Fon liedWlorti t fn Queen Arliin Forelialrfiof ovqry sort, .' , Just drop nrmiml otrrWond street Am! cnll on HeilryOrt." '" Ho makes hi price Jiwt as Inn Ah nnygtlifr fiVrriV , fs IIoHoiiictlincH cms Vn down. J ;-.! ,1',' ; ii IUjsinijsh is.ralhpv !tl'tlii.j 'We'cktlt ,tho Anfyoc'iTAmda. - -IA OX CMrtSU l.i'lvortisoinniit. In Him nunnr E ..i it ?s'.ff. ."ii 9 iuj . MEssiiP.OVJltEl&lMAiiTfiUiM nnpniM ing and improving the property Inloly vacated by HiiIbot,, I'l'try. &. Co. Mk. IjiTTi.irroK I In.!,, mi Monday, Bold toMr.iFrfidr Otto twmlota onJjlinestom HtrootJbo'twooilfriilrrtTiud Fourth Btrce a MA MR o oen is w m "v Wf BivaWv VWMMi fMC w A iianiihomki.y decorated iiiiiii i nncr , Hot, valued at $70, is on exhibition in (J A. McCtrl hoy's show windo.w,ind.Utr: tracting much nttenMon. MB8.rMAttx 'I3uo)Virthrt wjllh lingro eery business on Third street, to Mr. CT T. KnppropnJ.' tdgfundors.lpp...

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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. — 4 December 1883

CONDENSED NEWS. strike fit New Or-learn continues. To avoid serious riots, mcbtlngs nt Newry, I land, yesterday, woro postponed. Eiratren delegates to Conference say thb French Trades-Unions lack stabllltyr Hioks Pabiu. was slain with a lanco on the third day of his battle with tho Falw Prophet, Tnis sosslon of tho American bishops in Rome, which continues1 'until Now'Yoars, Is secrete A posthumous, essay by Darwin, on Uio evolution of Instinct, has been found among his papers. A SPKCUii from Unlontown, Pa., .says tho trial of James Nutt, for killing Dukes, will btgla "Wednesday noxt. . St. Acmes' Cnnncn, Catholic, at Cohocs, Now Xork, w& destroyed by Are Monday morning. Loss, $25,000. Thb commercial crisis in Southern is increasing. The prico of corn bus fallen from fourteen to eight roubles. Extxnsivx snow-storms have prevailed throughout parts of Gernmny. In Prussian Saxony trains aro blockadod by drifts. Piutati advices received in Chicago assert that It is by no means impro...

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. — 5 December 1883

If l in IA ' 3$'inakdLMaAo& UlTYtANU'b'OUtflW lilil&tiYtik . Courts Circuit C'oiirl.r Judge A. E. Cole. Uommonwoalth'M Attorney T. A. Qurrnn. 1). I'arr.v. . , ,, , , ( Dan I'crrlne. -, . . ' Deputies: 4 Ulinti Jefleisoil. I (. J. W.AIexumrrr. ' Jailer Dennis Fitzgerald. Tuesday nller second Monday insanitary, April, July uilil Qctobcr n cnc year,,, rouniy Court. ' I Judge Wm. P. Coons. County Attorney J. L. WhltnWer.' Clerk-W. W. Hall. i (Second Muiulnv c ' r f Court. Tuesday niter second Mondny In March. June, rloptoinbor and Docemberln each ear.' '.iiuKiairnicsuoiirM. n t Maysvlllo, No. 1. Wesley Vlcroy and J. L. Uraut, tlrst and llilnl Tuesdays In March, Junc.neptomboriind December, Maysvillc, No. 2. M.K. .MiirNhaud Juntos Chumbeilnlu Hut Hn(iirduy uiid.foiiilh.rui1 day, same months.' ' Dover, No. a James Kiirnshtiw nnd'A, F, DoOynp, II rat nun lillrd Wednesday, ibiiiie months. "' Mlnorvn, No. -it-O. N Wifivdr nnd J. M. llynr first nnd thlid i,trw.duB, same mouths. Uernia...

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. — 5 December 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNKSDAY EVE.. DEO. 5, 1883. 7,eoi Tho above nnmbor reprcsonts the circulation, each wcok of tlio DAILY nnd Wkkxm I1ULLKTIN. Advertiser nro Invited to call and oMHUro themselves ot the truth of tiit statement, nml thoy nro requested to bear li mind that our ra ex for Advertising nre tin lowest. O'Do.NEUi will bo hanged Do -ember 17. Paris Is demanding gas at $2 n thousand feet. A silver mine hits hcon disenveied near Boyd, W1h. A bkveuk snow storm prevailed throughout New England Tuesday. Sixty thousand hogs a dny arc the receipts nt the Chicago stock yards. G. W. Haii.y, pastor of a colored Methodist church in Mount Sterling, Ky., lint been arrested for forgery. Koiunson Locke, n son of 1). R. Locke (Nasby), has been appointed U. S. Consul at I 4 The Cincinnati Tobacco Association adopted a resolution at its annual meeting, making tlio membership perpetual und the fee $50. Over one-eighth of the soldiers in the regular array have deserted during the past year, ...

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. — 5 December 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY EYK., DKO 5, 1Sfift. EOSSER & MoOAIlTIir, " Ppbllshergftha Proprietors j, To Vuok a'ddrwh All COJOinNfoATiots, MHom. When you go dcyivn on Button street Ho certain us you mw S'oask MeCarthey nil about Illschluu and his gloss. Thohandsnmo decorated sels For ilj, n iiojj mill for tijiij Ami orystnl glf&s oix. every lirftiUff J9 ArtfwmhhwW6'trfeo,w'', Tim street cars during the past tnoutli, carried something over five hundred or chjvi :. passengers it dny. Second street extension is now lighted B hy two gas Inmost ft Cawis are out announcing tlio wedding of Miss Klcunor Hlmt,of to Judge Willinti Liiulsuy. STOUTitrcstles lmjjrp beuii JM. PUI iUW MA der MU Limcstx5n6 brl luce, and it ii. HOW J). ered perfectly b ifoJifTtJl ngjiucti Ki Tiik corner stono of tlio new public building fit Frankfort will be laid I)e- 15, witli appropriate ceremonies. icenibur overcoats tit from $2 to $4Js Messrs. Ilbcliinger Co.,'3, holiday oirering to the people, and it ...

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. — 5 December 1883

CONDENSED NEWS. To fcvl serious riots, moetlngs at Nomy, Ireland, yesterday, wero postponed. EHOLian delegates to the Paris Confer, enceaytho Franch Trades Unions lack stability. Hicks Parma was slain with a lnnco on the third day of his battle with the Palso Prophet, Tbk session of the American bishops in Rome, which continues until Now Yearn, is secret. A posthumous essay by Darwin, on the evolution of instinct, has been found among bis papers. A special from Uniontown, Pa., says the trial of James Nutt, for killing Dukos, will begiriWodncsday next. St. Agios' Church, Catholic, at Cohocs, NowYork, was destroyed by flro Monday morning. .Loss, jss.uou. About a dozen stores and offices burned In Chllllcotho, Mo., Monday night. Loss 25,000.. Insured. Jos. Bj Garcia' has been convicted of tho murdor of Wilkes, a rag picker, at Pueblo, Col., and was sentenced to death. Tns l&chango National Bnhk, of Nebraska, has been authorized to business with a capital of $100,. 000. Mrs. A. D. R...

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