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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 January 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 30, 1883. , , m ' -- -i i ii. m bosser & McCarthy, XWlil.IHUKUg AND IMtOPKIKTOItS. Bettteii far than deeds of land, Or money in the bank, It is to win a bonnie maid, Entirely true and Frank. And lucky Is the maiden, too, "When called upon to mako, A bond for life, sho reaches out And does a good Holt take. Otto's beer wagon upset on the lower grade.Monday afternoon, and dumped out J , r. , . .. ?r ' . ,, i Fogg s Ferry Combination. r,t i t Henry Otto and James Skinner. The , , , .. , , former recoived a brack eye but the latter escaped without injury. The Southern Presbyterian congregation will hold services at the Third street Church, next Sunday morning and evening. Preaching by the Rev. Henry M. Scudder. All are invited. Tiikri: will boa total eclipse or the sun on the 6th day of next May. It will last six minutes only and while partially visible in many places will be seen in its entirety only in the extreme South. Mr. J. D. Ki:n...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 30 January 1883

A Light lb cord of Rnilrond Wreckage. PMIndelpliln Times. The report of railway foreclosures for the year just ended is significant as showing the final windup of the wrecks caused by the panic of 1873. The number of roads foreclosed was sixteen, thenumberof miles involved 807, and the amount of capital invested $05,420,000. This the lightest record of wreckage in this kind of property since the panic. In 1870 the foreclosures involved $217,848,000 of capital; in 1878, $311,031,000 and in 1880, $203,882,000, while inclusive the foreclosures involved 273 corporations, with a total mileage of 24,000 miles and a capital of $1,42S,0S2,000 or nearly 25 per pen, of the total capital invested in the railway enterprises in the United States. It is probable that but very few of the roads crippled by that disaster now hanging in the hands of receivers, and those few are likely toget. on theit feet without foreclosure, as is the case with the Philadelphia & Reading. An extraordinary plot t...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 January 1883

" MATBVILLX,XY, " ' EVENING BULLETIN. HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS PALL WHERE THEY MAT." VOLUME 2. MAYSVILLE, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31, AYER'S Hair Vigor restores, with tho plops and freshness of youth, faded or pray hah" to u natural, rich brown color, I or deep black, ns may be desired. (y its use-light or red hair may bo darkened, thin hair thickened, and baldness often, though not always, cured. It checks falling of the hair, and stimulates a weak and sickly growth to vigor. It prevents and cures scurf and dandruir.and heals nearly every disease peculiar to the scalp. An a Dulles' Hair Dressing, the Vioou Is unequalled ; it contains neither oil nor dye, renders the hair soft, glossy, and silken in appearance, and Imparts a delicate, agreeable, and lasting perfume. Ma. C. P. Brucirrcit writes from Klrby, 0., July 3, 1882 : " Last fall my hair commenced falling out, and in a short time I became nearly bald. 1 ued part of a bottle of Ayku's ILvin Viooit. which stopped tho fa...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 January 1883

DAILY EVGNING BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY EVE., JAN. 31, 18S3. trTKKM: The Evfnino Bulletin is published tlally, nml served Iree of postage nl 0 cents per week; '" cents per month; 75 cents per threo months ; Sl."0 per six months, nml S3 per year, payable In advance. KVKNINO BULLETIN HAS A LAHGKU CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, CHESTKR AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN A N Y O I HER PAPER PUBLISHED in MAYS-VILLE. Our Agents. The following persons are the authorized agents for the Daily Bulletin at the places named. Contracts for subscription or advertising may bo made with them : GkioIantown T. J. Knclcley ACo. Washington Mrs. Anna Thomas. Mayslick J. A. Jackson. Mt. Olivkt Peter Myers. W.Snlt. Fkkn Leaf Harry Burgoyne, Minkhva W. H. Hawes. Shannon "Win. Clary. Tub two cent postage law will go into effect on the first dav of next Julv. Col. "W. C. P. Biieckixhidgk is named as a irobable candidate for Governor. The Supreme Court of Virginia has decided that the State liquor law is unconstitutional. The Ohi...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 January 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, ', wednesday eve., jan. 31, 1883. rosser & McCarthy, 1'UBLISHEKS AND lMtOl'UIKTOHS. jp Jost bcconse you'd like to know, Wo take tho space to say That whun another sun comes up Begins tle Ground Hog day, "We'vo said thlsonco or twlco before, Or something of the kind, But then, we know, you'll pardon us For calling it to mind. The new jail at Mt. Sterling is to bo , built by II. P. McDonald & Bro.,of Louisville. Nearly eight million busholsof coal are coming down tho river from Pittsburg on the present rise. o- TVfia ... AT ...... 1 1 iim i tMi foil rlntvn .. n fli.rlit r( ,v,.w.w.w w v.vs,,.. ."3"ivi stairs at her residence this morning and was severely bruised. DuitrxG the past year Coroner Cockrell held six inquests, and all of them were on the bodies of colored persons. The Cincinnati, New Richmond and Maysville Railway Company was incorporated at Columbus, 0., on Monday. A dwelling! house belonging to George Mclntyre and a stable belonging to Mr. M...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 31 January 1883

NEWS BREVITIES. Portland, Ohio, had a $7,000 firo Saturday. Prairie fires are raging in Western Texas. Memphis has collected $2,000, for the German sufferers. f A fire nt Atlanta, Ga.,Saturday caused a loss of nearly $100,000.;;: Stewart, the Dallas forger, who cut his throat at New York, died Sunday. Henry Morris, of Laporte, Ind., was killed Sunday by being thrown from a sleigh. Bishop Kain. of Wheeling, has excommunicated the Knights of St. John of his diocese. Mr. Jacob Stahl. who was thrown from his carriage at Fremont, O., Friday, died Saturday. The wife of a minister named Smith was killed by being thrown from a wagon, in Bullitt county, Ky. During service at Westminister Church, Columbus, O., Sunday night, a thief stole the contribution box. John Foster, aged ninety years, and a pensioner of the Revolutionary War, died at Columbus, O., Sunday. Two boys, Christian and Loby, were fatally and three others seriously injured, while coasting at Shamokin, Pa. Colonel B. A. F. Green...

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

mm VOLUME 2. ' t II. . - " 1 ' EVENING BULLETIN. " HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS PALL WHERE THEY MAY." MAYSVILLE, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1, A Y JBjR S restores, with the, gloss ami freshness of youth, faded or gray hair to a natural, rich brown color, or deep black, nB may bo desired. By its use light or red hair may bo darkened, thin hair thickened, and baldness often, though not always, cured. It checks falling of the hair, and stimulates a weak and sickly growth to vigor. It prevents and cures scurf and daudruir, nnd lieals nearly every disease peculiar to the scalp. Asa IuIIoh' Hair Dressing, tho Vioon is unequalled ; it contains neithor oil nor dye, renders tho hair soft, glossy, and silken in appearance, and imparts a delicate, agreeable, and lasting perfume. Mil. C. P. BmriiKit writes from Kirby, O., July 3, 1882 : " Last tyl my hair commenced falling out, and in a short timo I became nearly bald. I used part of a bottlo of Avku'h HAirt Viaon, which stopped the falling o...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 1 February 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN; THURSDAY KV1C, FEBRUARY 1, 1883. 8"Tkiims: The Evkning Bulletin is published dally, nnd served Ireo of postane n( 0 cents per week; 2o cents per month; 75 cents per three months ; 81.50 per six months, nnd 33 per year, payable In ad yanco. MSTIIK EVENING BULLETIN HAH A LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN ANY O LH ER PAPER PUBLISHED IN M AYS-VILLE. Our Agents. NEWS-BREVITIES Mies, Emma Bonll is again at tlVe poHnt of death. Walker & Co., whisky dealers rit Louisville, have failed. Five . negroes we're drowned Tuesday while crossing "the OgedcheoUiVer. Oklahoma Eayno has.p,rgani?e.da nqjv expedition to invado the Indian Territory. The Gouger scandal suit at Lafayette, Indiana, b'ecdmds inore sensational every day. Wesley Price, of Columbus, Ga., was drowned in the Chattahoochee on Monday. John Miller, of Scipio, Ind., was fatally injured by the accidental discharge of his gun. Avalanches are reported to have done great damage t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 1 February 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, THURSDAY EVE., FEBRUARY 1, 1883. BOSSER& MoCABTHY, yUBLISUBUS AND PltOPRtKTOIi's. Go get tho lazy boys and tiirls And give their ears a Jerk, Or, with a shingle teach thomjhow To quickly go to work. Their trifling, good for nothing wnys Should surely bo put down, 8top the Knitting Works And drlvo it out of town. - 1 Lent begins next Wednesday. Oihcuit Court adjourned yesterday. The Virgie Lee, Katie Stockdale and Bostona passed down to-day. ,R. A. Redmond, of Tollesboro, has been adjudged a lunatic and. sent to Lexington. -( - . , Tiii? Percy Kelsey, the first o'f the Pitt's-burg coal fleet, passed down early this morning. Arab Hamilton, one of BroDksville's dissipated citizens, was found frozen to deatfi recently. . , Mr. Wm. Clark has opened a grocery store at his meat stand, corner 'of Lime-stone and Second streets. Capt. Fitzgerald has received orders from military headquarters to have his company in readiness to respond to a c67nmand to move. C6l. W....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 1 February 1883

4 )l 5 1'cari Pearls are perhaps tho most valuable of all the ollVr nrs of animate nature, ami are llin results of the ollb.ts of tho bivalve to p otoct it so . Irom injury. A bores into the shell of the pearl bearer, and when felt b the animal it immediately lortifies itself by covering up tho spot with its pearly secretion; the parasite pushes on, tho oyster piling up until an imperfect pearl attached to th.o shell is the i o.sult. The clear oval pear.s ure forme I in a similar way, only in this case abto sand has become lodged in the folds of tho creature and in its efforts to protect itself from the sharp edges, th.i bit becomes covered, layer by layer, and assumes naturally an oval shape. This growth df the pearl, as it is incorrectly termed, an be seen by breaking open a $o0t) gem, when the macre will be seen in lasers resembling iiiu section ol an onion. IJio Komans were particularly lond 1 accord nr to I'llny. the Ualisula possessed 2m - Jrf ... of pearls, and, .wife of C'a'...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 February 1883

flMta EVENING BULLETIN. it VOLUME 2. AYBR'S Hair Vigor restores, with the gloss and freshness of youth, faded or gray hnir to a natural, rich brown color, or deep black, as may bo desired. By Its uso light or red hair may bo darkened, thin hair thickened, and baldness often, though not always, cured. It checks falling of thu hair, and stimulates a weak and sickly growth to vigor. It prevents and cures scurf nnd dandruff, and heals nearly every disease peculiar to the scalp. As a LiuIIch' Hair Dressing, tlio Viaon is unequalled ; it contains neither oil nor dye, renders tho hair soft, glossy, nnd sllkon in' appearance, and imparts a delicate, agreeable, and lasting perfume. Mr. C. P. Bkiciier writes from Kirby, 0., July 3, 1882 : " Iast fall my hair commenced falling out, and in a short time I became nearly bald. I wed part of a bottlo of Avkk's Haiu VlQOR, which stopped tho falling of tho hair, and started a new growth. I havo now a full head of hair growing vigorously, and am convi...

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

DAILY EVENING BODLTIN, FRIDAY EVE., FEBRUARY 2, 1883. , v iTarrs "Tehms : T lie l; vkninq Bulletin Is dully, and served tree of postace nt 0 oontf per week; 25 cents per month; 76 cents per three months ; ShfiO per six months, and S3 per yenr, 'payable In advance. 1TTHE EVENING MTLI.ETIN HAS A rilK'ULATION IN THIS CITY, CHESTER AND ABERDEEN. OHIO. THAN ANYO LITER PAPER PUUUSHEDin MAYS- fVtLLE. Our Agents. .The following persons aro the authorized for the Daily Bulletin at the places namod. Contracts for subscription or advertising may bo made with them : ,T. Knckloy ACo. Wahiiington Mrs. Anna Thomas. A. Jackson. ilT.Ot.rvKT Peter Myers. W.Sult. Kkrn Leaf Harry Rurgoyne, Minhiiva W. H. Hawes.' Shannon Wim Clary. debt for January is $13,500,000. OVER'Tlie STATE, ft j 5 1 t'Chufles Jonea was fatally liurt by b.einc cr;ii6hed .under, a, lo' at. a log-rolling, near Flumingsburg. Catlettsburg correspondents vigorously deny-that, people ,up that.way.are arming 'themselves to oppose the tro...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 February 1883

tfl T) ATTjY EVENING BULLETIN llio. Common wealth .vs. JThos.. Cummins. Attorneys Outwitted by ONccra. FRIDAY.J3VK, J?EBRTJAK,Y 2, 1883. AMD I'llOPBIKIOIlS. Man comes In the world helpless nnd bare, Lives a life of trouble nnd care, Dies and goes, he.knows not whore, But If ho does right hero he's nil right there." Some crops of hemp woroasold at Lexington, recently at j$4.25. i Eoqg's Ferry at the Opera tllqugo to night, with Carrie Stuart as Chip. McDanikl & Pikrck, the butchers.-kill-e,d ten young cattle one day this week. Hon. If. )F. Pri,tchard rwrill,appear for the Commonwealth in the Neal and Craft prosecution. . John. Ghvy has .sold his stage, line .between this city and Carlisle to,Robei;tson & Bramblette, of Nicholas County. ,E?sns. Januaky & Thomas are in today arrangipg for . the rqnioval of their knitting works to that city. Howoimr's Double Irish Show.-Grand Hibernica and Comedy Company . pear at the Opera House on the 23rd inst. The steamer Fleetwood will ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 2 February 1883

ft PITH AND POINT, rTho unfavorable opinion of soma men is a compliment. One of the sweetest pictures ol domestic economy is a poet blacking a white stocking so that it won't show through the fissures jn his boot. Puck. A cable dispatch says: "Tho False Prophet is reported to bo within three days' march of Khartum " This is thp first intimation we have had that Vonnoi is traveling in Egypt. Norristown Herald. The theory that violins got tired by constant use is one that can uot be too industriously circulated in the- interest of those who suffer from over practice by their amateur neighbors. towcll Citizen. "Won't you have a class of soda, Dorothy?" asked one girl of another at Houston's, the other night. "No, thank you," was the reply; "I haven't any cuffs on, and dassant raise my arm. Yonkers Statesman. A little boy, showing groat reluctance to go to school one morning, wa asked the reason. "Because," he answered, "the teacher said he was going to try to put an idea into my head t...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 February 1883

t apmyd VKAAfA4. HI)) EVMBMJ v .-. hi ,fA TMTJLLM, KY. . A. MARTJUBT. BULLETIN. CT 'FATHER' 8 GROWING OLD,' JOHN. Our athcr'sgrowin? old, John, His eyes are growing dim, Andyoars are on his shoulders laid, A heavy load for him ; And you and! uro young and hale, And each a stalwart man. And wo must make his load as licht And as easy as wo can. IIo used to take the brunt, John, At tho cradle and the plow. And earned our norridgi by the s oat That trickled down his brow. Yet never hoard we him coiiip ain, Wlmt'er his toll might bo, For wanted p'er a woleiune seat Upon his solid kn e. And when our boy strength came,. John And sturdy grow each llinb, He brought us to thpv!lw ileld, To haru the toil with him ; But ho went foremost ii me swnth, Tossing asldo tio grain. Just like the plow that heaves the soil, Or ships thut cleave tho main. Now we must lead the van, John, Through weather foul and fair, Aw let thft old man road and dozo . And tilt hi.s oasy chair, And he'll not mind it, John...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 February 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, SATURDAY EYE., FEBRUARY 3, 1883. The Evkning Bulletin Is published dully, and served free of postage at 0 cents per woek; 25 cents per month; 75cent per three months ; 81.50 per six months, and 23 per year, payabloln advance. t TTHR EVENING BULLETIN HAS A I LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, i UH1SSTEK AND AHERDEEN, OHIO. THAN ANY OTHER PAPER PUBLISHED in MAYS-VILLE. Our Agents. The following persons are the authorized agents for the Daily Bulletin' at the' places named. Contracts for subscription or advertising may be made with them : Germantown T. J. Kacklev &Co. i Washington Mrs. Anna Thomas. A. Jackson. Mt. Olivkt Peter Myers. SAUDIS P. W. Suit. Pern Leaf Harry Burgoyne, Minerva W. H. Hawes. Shannon Wm. Clary. Mr. SAniN has from Minnesota. been elected Senator Inn yearly cost of maintaining the lunatic asylums in this State is $263,022.14. The Magoffin county Democrats have declared in favor of Col. Thos. L. Jones for Governor. Tub Circuit Court at Covi...

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

i DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. ' ' ' SATURDAY EVE., FEBRUARY 3, 1883. rosser & McCarthy, PUBIilSHKUS AND PKOPHIKTOIia. ATflrstitsremcd the Sheriff man, From nil that wo could learn, Had on thoso young attorneys cute Most slyly called the t urn . But now, wo very plainly seo The tnok's another sort, For they have got tho Shorlll man JuRt whero his hair is short. Maud Muller to-night at the Opera House. Grand Fogg's Ferry matinee to-day at 2 p. m. The goose-bone predicts bad weather this month. The new nickel five cent coin has boon issued from the Philadelphia Mint. Mr. Henry L. Newell has been pointed clerk of Internal Improve- ment Committee. The robbins have made their appearance in this neighborhood. Tho winter may be looked upon as ended. The ground hog saw his shadow six weeks of bad weather may by expected if tho sign may be relied upon. The City Council has decided to offer for sale the material of the old market house building on the next County Court day. A correspondent rec...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 3 February 1883

Carelessness in Storing Ashes. If wo could know just How man farm buildings have been destroyed by storing hot ashes in wooden vessels, the nuniber we should find to be verv largo, and the number of supposed incendiary fires would probably be reduced one-half. Farmers as a rule burn wood, the ashes of which, under favorable circumstances, retain fire for several days. It is a mistake to suppose that thero is no danger pf injury by firo from ashes that are removed onlv in the morning before the fire is kindled. Fire is often retained in largo coals, which are but charred wood, for a long time after there is to the careless observer no indications of fire. The farmer knowing tho value of wood ashes is anxious to save them in the best condition, and. being aware that thoy depreciate iri value when left exposed to tho rains, he is careful to put them under cover, perhaps in tho wood shed adjoining the dwelling, and frequently for the want of a properly constructed place to keep them, he...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 February 1883

Uf a WW EVENING 'MAYMtlXEMFXTA . ' v.A. MsOAJl' in Obsolescent Sound. In tho processes of change and decay that are incidental to the growth of a spoken language, it is interesting to note the appearances of certain peculiarities of speech and tho disappearance of others. A general change in a certain sound often takes more than a generation to accomplish itself. People are, fortunately, pretty conservative in tho matter of pronunciation. Such a gradual process appears now to bo going on, by which tho sound of the letter r after a vowel is becoming obsolete. Tho lottor r is called the ah. This used to be considered an affectation in this part of tho country. Boston people were ridiculed for speaking of culchah ; but that word is now pronounced in that way by at least as many New-Yorkers as Bostonians. It is now noticeable among the older generation here ; but tho young ladies, some of the young men, and nearly all the children under fiiteen years of age, now pronounce Now York and o...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 5 February 1883

near Cyi " -M V, DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,, - - - - i ii ii ii anii I i i i i i MONDAY EVE., FEBRUARYS, 1883. : The Evening Bullbtln Is pub llshod dally, and served iroe of ponno at 0 cents per week; 25 cents per month; 75 cents per three months ; 11.50 per six months, and S3 per year, payable In ad vance. EVENING BULLETIN HAS A LAHGEU riRCULATION IN THIB CITY. OH ESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN AN Y 01 HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS- VILLK. 1 ' i ' ' ' Our Agents. The following-persons are the authorized agents for the Daily Bulletin at the phces named. Contracts for subscription or advertising may be made with them : Gekmantown T. J. Knckley &Co. Washington Mrs. Anna Thonius. A. Jacksou. Mt. Omvkt Peter Myers. W. Mlllt. Fr.RN Lkaf Unrry Burgoyne, Minehva W. H. Hawes. Shannon Win. Claiy. Tamberlik, the Italian tenor, is dead. Lieut. Pankniiowek, the Arctic explorer, is at Cincinnati. Much damage is reported by heavy rains Saturday in Pennsyvania and some parts of Ohio. States and Can...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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