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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 5 January 1884

DA B U STANTONS ILY EVENING BULLETIN f r f VOL 3 NO 37 LAW OFFICE lias been roraoyed to the lower floor of tbe Kagle building on Court street where ho will attend to any business In ihe Circuit Courts or Court of Appeals and riupcriorCourtwhlch may bo entrusted to him d28d3io s IMMOSS Medicated Well Water A Specific for ZTSrlSlA and DXSVASJSS of tho KfDXEVN TJAS neon rsed with most gratifying sne LT cess in mnny obstinate cases Prof F wTciark professor of Chemistry nt the Uni versity ot Cincinnati says this water belongs to the feama clws with tifat of the Alleghany Springs ot Virginia tho medicinal virtues of which nro too well known to be stated here Those who deslte to try this famous water are referred to Captain O W Boyd Levnnna Ohio Captain C M Holloway Cincinnati Ohio 1 J ttnlpe Cincinnati Ohio For sale In half barrels nud nies by OUfcJ blllMONS Proprietor mSBdwtf Abenlpnn Ohio PIANO MANUFACTORY Fa Lu Dealer In first class PIANOS ORGANS ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I PIANOS TUNE...

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 January 1884

rWIE DAILY BULLETIN SAXUJIDAY EVENING JAN 5 1884 Vyr - - -- - - - W7i Tbeabdve number represent tbo circula tion oaoh week i the Dauy and WrtKKLY BturiTJ3 Adversers are Invited to call and bxxare themselves of tlic truth of tne statement and they are requested to hoar In mind that oar rrt es for advertising are thr lOWPSt Tub Democratic members of the Leg islature will cnucua next Tuesday for United States Senator BuiicuiAM Director of the mint Bays there are from Ave to uir million trade dollars still in he liaryls pi tlio people as distinguished from speculation 1 rtfii Objbctiok was raised in the Maryland Legislature to pen Jr tlodgsqn taking his seat as a member on the ground that he is rendered ineligible by being a min ister of the Gospel I TiiKConcession gatited by the Mexican Government tq Gene raJ Grt fr a sub marine cable has been declared forfeited no work having been done on the line within he prescribed time ChqlkbA BtliUingersIn JEgynl Tho number o deaths during the Bu...

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 January 1884

V THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY JAN 5 1884 BOSSER MoCARTHY Publishers and Proprietor r To Whom ADDRBfla All ComUoniCAtioW y i Do hogB On Mouday night At set of HOD Be sure to nee The work well don That Monday night Pray let us say That hogs and dogs Have had their day No worthless curs Vote against keeping worthless dog3 within the city limits - Vote against the hog and the dog Tnrn the rascals out If you are opposed to hog breeding in Maysville at the expense of the public vote against the annoying nuisance a O The hog and dog propositions are to bo7votodtir6n serjcrotolv arid BCDorate columnB aro ruled for the purpose on thoj poll books a The Eagle Plow WorkB are now run ning day and night in consequence of iwia srlnra fn nlrtura rnnmunrl rntonfltf frrimtho South jMbs Raciiael Ball wife of Benjamin Ball deceased whb found dead in her bed -at her home near this city on Tri day She was about seventy years of age You will have the opportunity on Monday of saying whether you are an advo...

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 January 1884

FOREIGN NEWS Cairo Inn 4 Camillo Itarrero French Consul Uuueral has assured the Khedive that FrnuSe ii willing to not against El Mahdi if England decides not to JtOOT Jan i A letter has been recolvod by Mbnsijjnor Boccali Private Secretary Mfthe Popo Leo 13 purporting to coraQ from a Fenian organization in America Th writer stntw that if Ills Holiness con tinues to instruct the Catholic clergy in Great Britain to discourage- the ag grossiTe policy of the National Loaguo and otherwise indirectly aid and countenance England in oppressing tho Irish people the priests of America will promptly and emphatically signify their disapproval The letter says that tho yriceU in America aro determined to sus tain the cause of Ireland ngaimt the tyranny of England and If the Pope further support the National League Will BllUI U UUJJUU1I1UU LU JbUUlU T11U VYUljf u necessary uuuiuuu was meir views do Rome Jan 3 Mr Errington the Eng S llsh representative at the Vatican has sub mitted to tho Pope addi...

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. — 7 January 1884

yir AILY VOL 3 NO 38 TOIIN JJ POYNTZJ U INSURANCE AGENT Oldenb nfid best Companies Insures for iniivume Liow rates Looses promptly puiu NoilLscouats Nodeluyn nau ninncet streets cocks old stand Q A MKAXb Office corner Tlilru arl6dly TMOKUIHOM KAOKIEY - Wholesale unil Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS 8econ Street mlriBly MAYBVlLZkr jitrs p n couiNis MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest styles of lints Bonnota Laces and Mllllnory Notions Priceslow Second street Mrs George llunows old stand apUCdly VTIBS MV PttWWJTO FASHIONABLE MILLINER Fall Hate Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers and Millinery Goods generally Jintlre satisfaction guaranteed In all cases Sucond opposite Opera House muy lly owiwALiKar STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Sole agent for the celebrated Omaha and Leu tor sloven Roofing and xut terlng promptly and stlJfctorlly done neroi warnetauu intra streets a iu apllbdlw FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full line ot Burial Robes and all articles ie quired by the undertaking trade ...

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. — 7 January 1884

TIIE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING JAN 71884 T---- -- 7601 The above number represents the cl renin tton each weelc nr tho Daily nnd Wbkklt Bollbtiw Advertiser are Invited to call nnd assure themselves ol the truth of tlio ataternont and they are requested to bear In mind that our raes for advertising are tbi lowest LWI W Tub Ohio Legislature meets to uy L R 8tK38BK dealer in dry goouB at Catlettsburtf has failed for 22000 Ho made an assignment to Mr F A Good paator of Owingsville Govbrnou Knott haa appointed Col Frank 8 Owens of this city an aid on his staff Tho same honor wna conferred upon him by Governor Blackburn m Tick estimated cost of sugar and syrup eonaumed in tho United states during the past year was 1000000000 three fourths of which camo from abroad i t As exchange remarks A paper works for its own town does something ovory week to build it up advances the interests of citizens draws trade puts money into the pockets of the business men and adds to the prosperity and wo...

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. — 7 January 1884

9 V THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY KVFNING JAN 7 1884 HOSSER MoCARTHY Publishers and Proprietor To Whom Address Am Communication Wiikn the polls are closed to night There Is a proBpect sorter That l8tad of cotchlng hogs Weve gone and pptcfiedn tartar Weliflnd when told to bring ulm In To come be has declined And when were told to come ourselves Hell make us star behind A new brick house in a doairablo lo cality is advertised for rent elsewhere A Bath county farmer reports that he made on his tobacco this year 5209 an acre Tub fare by skiff to Aberdeen is four dollars for the round trip 8o we have Ijeen informed A kirk at Frankfort on the 4th inst destroyed a number of residences valued at about 25000 m t Tjik election is passing off quietly and it is evident that a smaller vote than tmuul will be polled The river is full of heavy ice and fall ing The Bostona passed down yester day morning but no boats have arrived cr departed since - The North Eastern Kentucky Tele phone Association wiil...

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. — 7 January 1884

OHIO SENATORSHIP foil Pay Yftirgllitiirr mid You Tnkes Cincinnati JaS From nn unpreju iHcod fitnnelpointLthe hend lines of tho morning papers leave ihi rcatlor possessod of Bomo very valuable and exclusive infor mation Tho Enquirer head lines aro as jf olio we I First Hcnt And a Walk Over for Pnyno The Cftqojfips foiiOfljcers of tho Senato and TJIffil AH tho Important Position jn Both Easily Captured When St Jacksons Day Will Again jMnilo Memorable Bf tho Triumph ofa Genuine Democrat of the Old School Ainy lingering Doubt Dispelled of tho Pos sible Kostilt of tho Contest Tho Hamilton County Delegation Solid on p All the hsuos and a Pywerul Fac P tor 111 th Legislahlro An Easy add Sweepirig Victory fCr tho ivnrMqri Pendleton Uow Third Choicft Tho Commjfcial Qazotto headlines are aj follows 1 Sad abimtorial Schemers Tho Payne plungers Discomfited ant Beaten t And tho Gnnglin a State of Reckless Des- perntlon V Scarrh for a Candidate to Save Their Rep- JJHtatton Anybody to Bc Poudloton...

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. — 8 January 1884

JLI jf JLJLi x M VOL 3 NO 39 u toiin roiiVrzJik INSURANCE AGENT Oldest and best Companies Insures for fullvoluo Low rates Losses uroinptlyjMld No discounts No delays Office corner Third add Market streets aplddly rORItIHON A KACKIKY - Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS tkcond Street mh28iyj MAYBVltLHlRY 1ITR8 B COLLINS MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest styles of Hats Bonnets Laces and Millinery NotlopR Prlceslow Second street Mrs George Burrows old stand apU6dly Vf IBS MP POWWNO FASHIONABLE MILLINER Fall Hats Millinery Goods Bonnots Rib bons Flowers and Millinery Goods Renerally Kntlre satlRfact Ion guaranteed In all cases Second opposite Opera House may41y YjIGNEW A AXLEWi STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Sole agents for the celebrated Umabu ana Lea lor stoves Hooting and cut- liln nrnmiltlllinil RnttMfflRtnril V lOIIO iinrnfMnrkriLHiiil Third streets AR oocicfl oui Bianu Q A MEANS apU6dlw FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full line of Burial Kobes and all articles re quired by th...

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. — 8 January 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING J AS 8 1884 Ttaebovo number represent the clrcula Von4sAoh weetet ttio DAILY aad WuEhy BVLLKTitf Advertl or are invited to call una assure thornKotve o the truth qMfe statement ami tliey are requmtedlri hearln rolacUttiat our raw fur advertising ro the tOWMU - r r i TjSiTBHyiirirrnrTrTTTiT r t Drkth of DailM F MclWthV ir Danjol Jf McCarthy Mr M J McCarthy of tbia paper died at the hdtiie oThjs father Mr lorry Mc Cartbiat nffcUt at fifteen plniiUp o health for jpYoral fyearB fwusti and at the recent ncmjirpcrit Of tho Htate Guard at anijjfqrtjforHCtftd poxero cold whfch waa the immediate cause f his death He wasborn in MayBviilte March 26th 18 aud ww consequently IjMhd twenty dfth year Of hUj ago pr abotjt three years tiQ was connected with this paper and Bervod faithfully and An il ttripU8ly until hiafaillnK health obtiged him o roVmjluiah hi position Mis life wis a moral and correct one and in all things ho dealt fairly and honora bly pritfM follo...

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. — 8 January 1884

Tltfe dAily bulletin TUESDAY KVfcNtNG JAN 8 1884 eossbr McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom ftpodftvt Afb uoMKOKlcAtiopsi 4 IJ il Tiik good die first while they Whoso hearts lire dry as summer dust Ultfe to the nocfcytt EjcpjiOTftS of the Posjt offico Dppart rrvent Have Leert fortyfcliien to purchaso lottery tickets upon pain of dismissal Mb Wiixjac connected with akmsqs who pas begn NuUians Oob circus in the bill posting department has re- turned home - Mr John C Schmidt an old and use ful citizen died on Monday afternoon at hilfourocock The unoral wiU taKoplace from the residenco on Fourth street at two oclock to morrow afternoon the Rev A BoreinK QfllciatinR i Tiis hogs by a majority of one hun dred and ninety three have received no ticettot they are welcome to predate at jrlj in e city while thedocs have received notice to djift by a majority of seventy three A better than none half loaf however is Wiibn the vote was taken in 1880 the majority for fthe hog was 424 At thi...

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. — 8 January 1884

FOREIGN NEWS FOH WHAT nKAbOVgf Geargow Jan 7 Great ex Itement ex Uts owing to recitof lHtUrsbyhPo8totrlco prttcIoK threatening to tflofrup tfio Post oQXce with dynamite The building is now itrongly guarded Ofilctrs have been or tiered to nrn st ah loiterer in the vicinity IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN PILLED Willi DVVA WITH Pistii Jan 7 An iron box containing HOOfJOO was stolen from the pbstoillce last night Diligent search is being made by -detectives but no clue as yet has been dis covered NOT PLEASAJfTLY RECEIVED Axbxandiiia Jan 7 Lord Granvilles noto announcing the terms on which England will assist Egypt has been t carved hero and has raised a storm of in dignation The ministers declare that It Is a revelation of sinister purposes which England him long had in view and the Khedive regards it as a demand for his ab dication Tewflk Pasha k thoroughly angered and declares that if forced to abdicate he will tako with him his son Princ Abbas Bey now nine years old so thai tho boy can not be r...

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. — 10 January 1884

TYA J CO B OLD II AM IM ManulactSiv and oxft bra ted brand of TT V 40 ypdifTfxrjfi INSUfcAftcfc ACENir Oldest VphdbVt fall value LOW rat No dfcjeoUJits JKo delay a rnWihtfmui TtiantaA fnf attk LosHeyprotnptjybklcl t fit nn edrnerThtrd fvqd Market hGeefi apl6dly - trfieeale and Retail BOOKSELLERS ahd STATIONERS SHdMreMj nHly kAYSVltL KY MlUrftERYaftd DRESSMAKING iciest stylos of Hatsf rJonnetacM and Millinery if otfpns Pr jres lowi Second street Mru floorge Burrows old atand apUGdly VTISS IiOB FOWLING FASHIONABLE MILLINER Fall Hats 6ifllriery6bol2 Bonnets illb bota Flowers and Millinery Goods gonernlly Entire BattsfttetltmKUaranteed lb all cases Second opposite Opera House may41y naNSWAURN i STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Bole agents tor the celebrated Omaha aud Leader sutVerf Roofing aud eut terlrle promptly andsatlsfnctorily done Cor ner of Market and Third street A It cooks old stand Q A MKAXN H I I aptwaiw FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full Una of Burial liobes and nil article rej qni...

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. — 10 January 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE JAN 10 1884 Ilia above number represents the clrcnla Hon each week the Daily and ffiKii nnriSTUi Advertl iers are lavlted to eall and assure theraselve ot the truth of the stnterdeut and they are requested to bear lu mind that oar rates for Advertising are tar low set - EiQiiTBi thousand weavers are 6n a suite in England -A pair of knitted socks two thousand rears old has been discovered in an Egyptian tomb They ate loosely knit oflhe sheops wool an the fqotisfln ished in two parts toallow the aasdal strap to pass between them frmtRAL loaded boats of PitUburg coal wore cut down and sunk by the ice at Waters Landing abovo Oinctnnatij on Monday The towboat Itobt Peebles was Bunk by the ice Monday on the New port shore near Taylors Creek The water is up to her boiler deck Another Railroad The West Union 0 Defonder says Mr Gallegher of the firm of Wetmoro tfalleghor ia in town and brings the word that we are likely to have another railroad This time the r...

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. — 10 January 1884

9 I w II I i WJm r uTO i r THEJIlAItY BULLETIN THURSDAY BVB JAN 10 1884 BOBBER MoOARTHY Publishers Bad Proprietors To Whom Abbrjmb Am Coxxukioatioxs p After them We throw the oho Leve be tttelrVi I tTkregh susarjier hoars Thrioeh jrlkUki eold Lot be thetfe WbeaUfelsoU - jI T Tim fowtinaFTMfcV ITaltnnMalalfl t East MayBville ice bound Tub East End Seed and Comet Band have received sew instruments An intact bobo Mr Samuel Little johs of East Jhiysville died oa the evening of the 8th Inst The funeral took place this morning e Two handsome eight day clocks regu lated to keep time alike have lately been jiut up in the street car office and at the utables They were furnished by Mr Hermann Iiangp PaBter Called Bracken Church Minerva ha called the Eev F J Crisp of Brooks villo to preach this year The meeting day has been changed from the thirdo the first tinnday in each month Elder Crisp will preach on tbe Saturday before the first Sunday at Winters school house cfn Pea Fiidge at 630 oclock...

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. — 10 January 1884

The TnrifT TVAsnrfOTojc Jon 0 Do you really think we are going to get any tnrifl law at tbis scssionf reporterasfcedpf oueofitbe members of the Ways and Moans Com- roitto MaawJje answered with a look of dis emlM4drew his ofercdat moro tightly abort ym and burled his bauds deeper la tSe pockets I dont bJcpectt6sde any tariff law of any Importance enacted this pension Of course there will bo a bill and it Wlbe jtalked boi V4Wyt MwiU KH ttirough the House but that will be all No bill that we will likely toframetfeY get FJ to say nothing of tho Wt about the RandSilT wlnjf of thsV pny wiu it vote with youf That Will rinrwtnH Tin nwt 1 fthr i defr of ktj tffcattiHW wxao will depend on how strong it ViPXOtlfibo wyerefiilia mak ing tfpfar ltu Firs atftttatmU Ashtabv O Jan 9A re out in sbe House block at ooJcJockjtbiB aborts The Moehr koc eojasu Dyme national liaflfc Dickinsons jowlryet5reHuberd8 hardware sWro tb Western Union Telegraph jojbsany ana the hotel It was the principal block1 of t...

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. — 11 January 1884

EVENING U VOL 3 NO 41 INSUttAHfeE AGENT 01dWtMdbJbttftaffle Insures for NddUiifoKd delays Office corner Third anil MktttrM AnlfijlIV flr n 2hkiXMHiori4Vci1 BQK8ELLERJini 5TAT MMIER frffifcprjmTfeiy Wrii2kr If fit jfefJY ruj pjfcslAKIJf Q t It li 1 T fT Sr lkiesl styles pf Hats Bonnets Traces and Millinery Notions PrJilow8eeendtreQt Mrs aeggeBnxrowsaoM stand apHUy jrJm Ero vpwiiWiffH T FASHIONABLE MILLINER lWr6rJ GoWBbnne bomr Flowers ana Millinery uoqtmsrcnernuy Entire satisfaction sraaranteed la all cases ttcconij opposite 0eraBuse ry YUliqt T IlaTANJTONS I u J mI 4 I J f maylly STOVES QBATBS TINWABR mantels etc Sole agents for the celebrated I Oiaaaa apu leafier swvbk uumuk ht lerine DroranUi anil satisracioriiy uone w nor or Mtirneiftuu cocks old stand Third streets i I or- A R GlaS aplUVUw A tV i FURNISHING UNDERIAKER Full line of Burial Robes aaMeIerFe quired by the tindertafcJtfteOrda nroiDDtlv attended- m30lyl i NO tkraet 61 Jawtin has been removed to the lower floor of the E...

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. — 11 January 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING JAN 111884 The above nmubor represents the circula tion each week f the DAIIT and Wkkit Hulikti Advertl er ro invited to call ana aware treiBelvN o tHe tratn of tin stateweut and theyare requested to bear li ralnd that onr ra en for advertising are the lowest as For the BcjJLaTiN a ANTICIPATION OH NOW ANDTJUCN BT KM CAPTUH New fait high hU great broad banner Km the whiter Jctug anterled Wide Jim spread bit ermtM mantle Overall the roses worW 2a w fee eoeg Wrda alt bare left Alsd the flowers are all dead 8eaw the Jeyoaa life of aMsre NOW from thin eold law tea fled And Uu storavwiad toad aadjelear Howls K requiem wild and drear Raging in 1U lary I Rasing la He fury I Howls the requiem wild ahd drear But with true hearts fond and loving We can meet the ley blast For weknow the time so cheerless With the wJnter will have pasud Then oh soon will oorno thejsunshlne Then the street springs jreuUo rain Thea tlio birds onoe more make nausle Then the flowers...

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. — 11 January 1884

K 9 mi HI THBteAlLY BULLETIN FRIPA Y KVKNINO JAN 11 1884 BOBBER ft MoOARTHY Publishers nud Proprietors 7o Whom Addrbw Aix oeMxumoATioNs jgjp JliNa oat false pride In place and blood The cruel Under and the spite nikkuVth eeairaoiiloveefWtfv kiiie li iVvo o Uw ad rihu ftlaaatTaw4ydya4yie T ake rmefV trife With iweeter manner purer laws Ring la the noble modes of life Ici about tour incites thick was put up Xiy some of tho ice men this week Mr CirxKLBa Caltkats store at Helena Station was destroyed by fire on the coigbt of the 8th inst Nothing wan saved -- A txobam was- received in Maysville this morning RUtinglbat Mrs Mary E Wheatiy of Mayslick is at the point of death She is the mother of Mr Thoe Wheatly late of this city Turns was eomo discussion last night st the council meeting concerning tho bond presented by John Carttnell as Assessor but it managed to scratch through finally and was declared suffi cient A peothactkd meeting will begin at the Baptist Church on Sunday next Preac...

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. — 11 January 1884

A MOST REMARKABLE ACCIDENT A IocumntUp fem Itinn lnhe Among a OnnB of Laborer PiTTBBitiioJan 10 -distressing and incomprehensible accident occurred bV WwgttandT3Igaiia6glgiatjTnng jiyyt Station on the Pennsylvania r jiwut eight miles from Pittsburg A gang of wen Were at woi k kjfar the station shoveling snow froiJ ne tracks when a locomotive precede large n0Tlr plw dashed into tWKMdf The reil vSfrig fnl Seven meU wore taken up terribly -T r jKjided Two of V died whuVbeing tetai ue city and rd expired Tifflia Hospital Th6 Um hospital in a precarionW onaof thm retaining ronlouiW nnd fllMjjtaegvraacosipcte Italians - Gtrmans who had never before worked on a railroad and whrfwere only employed lif an emergency to cleaayrayow from the tracks There is a sharp carve laths track where they wore working arid they did not notice the apjjrpaeh ef tbe feravthe noise of which was deadened by the deep snow Tbejrafci was not rjmaing at the usual rata of eed but owing to the curve and i darlmess th...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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