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

M H JTt v R v D AIL Y EVENING VOL 3 NO 02 JOHN B PUTNTZ JRM INSURANCE AGENT Oldest nnd best Companies insures for full value Low rates Losses promptly paid N discount No delays Office corner Third and Market streets npIBdly OKKINON A KACULKY W Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS 8cmd Street mhifflly MAYSVILLE KY FB fOIiLlNS MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest styles of Hats Bonnets Laces and Millinery Notions Prices low Second street Mrs George Burrows old stand apllddly Vf INS LOU FOWLING FASHIONABLE MILLINER Fall Hnts Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers and Millinery Goods generally Entire satisfaction cuaraiitced In all eases Second opposite Opera House mayJly STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Sole afiouts for the celebrated Omaha and Lender stoves Roofing and gut lerint promptly and satisfactorily done Cor ner of Minket and Third streets A H Glas cocks old stand apllGdlw A MEAXN FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full line of Burial Robes and all articles re eulred by the under...

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 February 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN Tuesday eve February 5 1884 FiOM FRANKrOIiT No Bnllot Taken Last Nlpht Resolu tion to Drop tlic Hindmost Man Adopted Special to Daily Hclmcti Frankfort Ky Februury 5 No bal lot was taken last night A resolution was adopted to drop tlio iiindmest can didate nfter the seventy third ballot bus been taken FoBTY TiiitKK men charged with mur der are awaiting trial at Cincinnati Tub Ohio Republican Central Com mittee meets at Columbus on the 28th Tiik remains of De Longs arctic voya gers will arrive at Now York on the 24th inst The agricultural products of South Carolina in 18811 were worth 22000000 more than in 18G0 Tiik Fitz John Porter bill passed the House by a votojof one hundred and forty eight to seventy eight Gov Cimttkniikn has refused to par don Dick Liddle in order that ho may testify against Frank James Tiik assurance comes from New York that leading businessmen see nothing in the condition of trade to cause alarm A iiilij for the benefit of J W Parker has be...

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 February 1884

1 iVfv - 3- -- Cf THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVE FEBRUARY 5 1884 EOSSSR Ac MoOAHTHY - Publishers and Proprietors To Whom addiikm Ail Cokkunioations J John AndkrsoN my jo John When wo wefoltrst acquaint This town was ran in O Kstjjle Bat now I fear it nlut Tho place was yery cleanly Uien And everything was neat But now the work is raising hogs And ash piles in the street Tub rivor is risinp slowly to day m m Tub Bostona passed up this morning Hemp sold recently at Lexington Tor o25 Nine new houses are to be put up at Augusta Carts were engaged yesterday remov ing the ash piles from Market street - See notice of keys lost elsewhere The owner is very anxious to get them back What has become of tho Electric Light company Now is a good time to get in their work Our merchants are receiving their spring stocks and are preparing for a brisk trade Mas M A Dimmitt of Germantown is the owner of a clock that is known to be over one hundred years old and it is a good time piece yot i -- At a mee...

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 February 1884

Ty -vi f 1 f j wrv t CONDENSED NEW31 - I The Government has decided to send i Consul to Khartoum Abraham Woodward Q C tho well known English essayist is dead There is no truth in th report that II Do Ilrnzza tho African exploror is dead The St Paul Furniture Factory at St Paul Minn was destroyed by lire Sun day Loss 10 DOO insured The wife of John Boughmon of Doyles town O cut her throat in a moment of temporary inwinity caused by stewing over money matters FiriK broko out in the stables of Thomas McCarthy in the southern part of Albany N Y Bunday night They with their contents and eight horses were burned Lost estimated at f 15000 insuranco 0000 The Illinois Press Association has ar rived in Washington There are ninety five in tho partyt An extensivo pro gramme has been arranged for their enter tainment during tho threo or four days that they will remain at tho capital In spite of the prohibition by tho Castlo authorities there were several attempts to make a League demonstration 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. — 6 February 1884

iv K W DAILY EVENING BULLETIN s VOL 3 NO 53 jonN n POYNTZJIt INSURANCE B OLDHAM AGENT Oldest find best Companies insures for full value Low rates Losses promptly paid No discounts No delays Office corner Third and Market streets apUklly rORRINON ds KACKLKY Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS Second Street mb281y MAYSVILLE KY rri F B COLLINS MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest styles of Hats Bonnets Laces and Millinery Notions Irlceslow 8econdntrcet Mrs George Bun ows old stand apUOdly VflKN LOU FOWLING FASHIONABLE MILLINER Kail Hats Millinery Goods Bonneta lllb bons Flowers and Millinery GoodseeneraUy Entire satisfaction KUarunteed in all cases Second opposite Opera House muylly POSEW ALLKN STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Solo agents for the celebrated Omaha und Leader stoves Hoofing and gut tcrincr nrnmniivniui satisfactorily done Cor ner of Manket and Third streets AH Glas cocks old stand apntxuw A MEANS FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full lino of Burial Robes and all articles r...

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. — 6 February 1884

Jf THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE FEB 0 1884 -THE END Carlisle Withdrawn and Blackburn Nom inated by Mx Majorlt Special to Daily Bulletin Fbankfout Ky Feb 6 At tlio cau cus Inst night the name of Carlisle w a withdrawn and Blackburn nominated for Senator by n majority of six Penning ton Perry Bush and CorgUl clumping to Blackburn The vote stood Blackburn 03 Williams 57 The iron outlook is said to be ln a Mason County in 1883 paid to the State a net revenue of 52099520 The Lowell bankruptcy bill is expected to pass the Senate this week WkxdeMj Phillips is reported to be dangerously ill of heart disease Tiik Mt Sterling gas works are in the hands of a receiver and for sale Capitalists propose to introduce the cable system of street railways in eastern cities F Voxubiweidk of Covington who has furnished so many ropes for hanging criminals has made anossignment JunnESiMRALLof tho Louisville cery Court has decided that one of the most jimportant provisions of the Audi- tors Agent act i...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 6 February 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE -FEB 0 1884 rosser McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address All Communications I vrAKDKKED to tlio city Tom 1 stood upon tlio street- Just at the drug store corner Tom Where all the loafers meet 1 saw the ash pllos mountain high Got garbage on my toe And thought how sadly things had changed Since twenty years ago This being leap year the ladies are expected to furnish the ice cream this summer TiiK old steamer Handy nrrived from Vanceburg yesterday and returned in the afternoon You will find some very cheap kid gloves at Nesbitt McKrells See notice elsewhere Eggs continue to hold their own at 35 cents a dozen and are not abundant at that price Lookout for Phisters valentine adver tisement to morrow He has many nov elties in that line New Swiss embroidery everlasting Beatrice Langtry Gerster and all linen Torchon at Nesbitt Krells mi Maysville has lately been overrun by professional beggars They should bo promptly notified to move on Rev A ...

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. — 6 February 1884

3BBY BADLY BEATEN rhe Champion Grieci Itnmun Wrtlei Thrown by a bvrnutun Mnn Sciiantos Feb 5- Tho wrestling match between the famous Grseco Roruan wrest ler Edwin liibby of New Jersey ami John Connors of Scranton took place her on the rules for 1000 in presence of 1500 people and resulted in Connors completely crushing liibby sprain ing his wrist and dislocating his left shoul der after a Ftruygle of one hour and sev enteen minutes Tho mou met at 8 oclock Bibby weighing 160 pounds and looking as agile as a cat Connors presented a solid appearance weighod Id pounds and showed a ponderous chest and neck After a few attempts to catch Conners got a middle hold of his opponent and a desperate struggle ensued which lasted one hour without a fall The gladiators then rested for ten minutes and resumed their game relative positio s after which Con ners forced the issue twisted Bibby like a rag and laid him ilai on his shoulders Bibby yelled with prtn This ended tho match and Connors was decl...

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 February 1884

No discounts No delays and Market streets u ui co corner a i ruird npl6dly A HACULET Wholesale und Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS Second Street mhiWly MAYBV1LLE KY Vj RS F B tOMINS MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest styles of Hnts Bonnets Laces and Millinery Notions Prireslow Second street Mrs George Burrows old stand apll6dly vrifts lou rowiaNG FASHIONABLE MILLINER Fall Hats Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers and Millinery GoodsKenerally Entire satisfaction KUiuanteed In all cases Second opposite Opera House may41y ndXEWA AIIKN STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Sole agents tor the celebrated Omaha and Lender stoves Roofing and ku terlnc promptly and satisfactorily done Cor vn7 nuiriit uml Third streets A K Glas cocks old stand apUGdlw A MKAXN FURBISHING UNDERTAKER Full lino of Uuihil Robes and all articles re quited by the undertaking trade Oiders promptly attended to day or nlRht mSOly Ao 61 Eatl HecoiuX titreet B XESTANTONN LAW OFFICE lias been removed to the lower floor o...

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 February 1884

i THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EyVE FEBKUARY 7 1884 A BALLAD OK THE GltOOKItV MAN The grocer loved a charming girl As lovely at the day He wondered If shed marry him And said Lets Soap stie may And straightway to licr house ho went Her lovely faro to me Exclaiming Ah 1 know full well That Cheese the girl for me The girl was very kind nud said Thntsho was very glsd Tosco him there and then remarked What a bad Cojjee lud As soon they Rot most Intimate alio let him kiss her blow But when he spoke of marriage said O do not Teat me now Tho grocers spirit fell at this He felt as though hed die And hinted at suicide While she Jiacon to cry You silly boy you dont suppose Im blind to all your merits Its evident she knew a way Of Jlatttn up his spirits But true loves coursodld neer run smooth Her father saw them kiss And kinked him from the room and wld Youd HUcuit out of this And thus adjured he soon got out It hardly ueed ho said 1 And tumbling headlong down the stairs Muttard ly hit his hea...

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 February 1884

S ti At rH f ryyffiffi3BF - lfF THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE FEBRUARY 7 1884 rosser McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom addukhs All Communications 41 Theres a fount about to stream Theres a light about to boara Theres a warmth about to glow Theres a midnight blackness changing Into gray Men of thought nnd men of action Clear the way I Council meets to night The trial of Win Neal la expected to begin to day Tub old steamer Handy arrived from Vanceburg this morning The physicians report that the health of the city generally is good The tobacco warehouses at Cincinnati arc all out of business this week One hundred and fifty new buildings jvere put up at Mt Sterling last year The gas and water works at Cincinnati are overflowed and the city is in darkness The doll raffled by Miss Anna Frazar last night was drawn by Mr John V Lytic Cait Elias Scudder is the proud com mander of the street car fleet and he has proved a very efficient one The street cura and the Bulletin car rier...

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 February 1884

r - - I - - CONDENSED NEWS Shb Pittsburg Republican Mayliftj Convention held Tuesday morning Art 10 oclock nominated Andrew Fulton for Mayor by acclamation Claiu Tibbktts an actress well known In the West was reported by the polico Tuesday evening as being insane Sho was removed to tho Now York hospital where the became very violent Oveh one hundrod of tho striking miners tmploycd at the mino of Uafforty Co tanner station Baltimore and Ohio Rail road returned to work yesterday morning tt the reduced rate of pay A special from Columbus Ohio says the Secretary of the American Base Ball Association has approved the contracts of Bamuel P Warring and George Patrick with tho Philodelphias and received notice of the contracts of John R Iloyle and Daniel W Mulholland with the Clovelands A Mill Shut Down PlTTSBOno Feb 0 A meeting of the workmen at Sheenbergers mill corner of Sixteenth and Bmallmnn streets was held Tuesday morning to consider a reduction of ten per cent in wages It was unani ...

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 February 1884

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN C1 VOL 3 NO 05 tohn ii IOTmrz jr INSURANCE AGENT Oldest and best Companies Insures for ttl value Low rates Losses promptly Paid No discounts No delays Office corner Third and Market street pl6dly r C KACHIEY Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER Second Street mh2Sly MAYSVILLE KY I B COMINS MILLINERYand DRESSMAKING Idlest styles of Hnts Honnets Laces rind Millinery Notions Prlr eslow Second street Mrs George Burrows old stand uplltklly IITIKS IiOU POWL1KO FASHIONABLE MILLINER Kali Hats Millinery Goods Honnets Rib bons Flowers and Millinery Goods generally Entire satisfaction iiuurHUteed In all cases Second opposite Opera House mayJly TnONEW tfc AMilN STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Sole agents lor the celebrated Omaha and Lender stoves Rooting and gut tering promptly and satisfactorily done Cor ner Ot MHlUiOl KUU Alliru birecw iv cocks old stand upuouiw A MIUKS FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full lino of Kurlal Robes and nil articles re enlred by the undertaki...

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 February 1884

sv V X THE DAILY BULLETIN- FRIDAY EVE FEBUUARY 8 i884 1EIthONALS f Mr N B Mnrbh returned to Cincin nati yesterday Mr George 0 Menaugh of the Ripley Budget was in Maysvillo yesterday and callod to see the Bulletin Rev Morris Waller and family of Manchester are in MayBville and will remain until tlio flood subsides Mr W H Cadwallader formerly of this city but now with Robt Peebles Sons of Cincinnati is in MayBvillo to day Cards have been iBsued announcing the marriage on the 12th inst of MIbs Annie Britton of this city to Mr John A Blair of Tilton Miss Bertie Halbert the accomplished daughter of Mr George T Halbert of Vanceburg will be married on the 13th inst to Mr A T Erb of Portsmouth 0 Tin council has appointedja Board of Equalization that is composed of practi cal sensible citizens who will do their full duty and stand by it but let it be under stood at the start exactly what is expected of them and that is an adjustment of values so made that orw citizen shall not pay a greater ...

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 February 1884

XHE flAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY KVE FEBRUARY 8 1884 HOSSEE MoCARTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address Am Communications Oil I Marlnr I como over the fence Aud sit by the fire For tho cussed old river Is coming up higher And there my dear girl Youll bo warmor and dryer A few plain drinks is about all the Mayors Court has had to look after in the last few days - m MES8RS RlCJIARDSON RUSSELL oeived from New York yesterday seventy-five barrels of BUgar The M E Church will be lighted to night with coal oil and the revival sei vices will be continued as usual Chester is knocking at tho door for admission Does tho latch string hang out or not Thats the question Mavsvimk suppled Ripley with beer yesterday The steamer Racket departed with a full supply for tho thirsty souls of that place A bill to incorporate the Orangeburg and North Fork Turnpike Road in this county has been presented in the house by Mr Kehde The tow boat Liberty No 4 passed up the river last night Col Gus Simmons Col C...

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 February 1884

vv I b I THE TALL BMKEMAN MU3T GO For tlto AltltHUIiiOMff Jliw or tlir Wheel Ih the Victim or Pccullui VlrenBiMtanees St Loujs Globo Democrat No wo aro not hiring any tall brnkemei now Might give you a plnco in some othoi department but not at tho brnkes Tnl brakemon aro not bad things to havo when one goes in for style but tlioy aro too ex pensive for this road Thats tho answer that will bo given to the next six footer from tho country who wants to gobraking on tho great cannon ball route The Wabash legal department is alwavt teaching tho other departments of the road some now kink in tbo way of handling cars and now tho flat has boon issued Tho tall brakemon must go Tho altltudlnous mnn of tho wheol is the victim of peculiar circumstances It was is the summer of 18S2 that a man named Brad Joy was loading logs in a flatHHir on a side track at Kellys station in Wabash county Ind A freight camo along with ono car about a foot higher than freight cars usually aro On tho ceutro roof bo...

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. — 9 February 1884

fnU vnlue Low rates Losses promptly paid No discounts No and Market streets J oueiayB umco corner xuiru II STANTONS ap6dly C HACKLET Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER Second Street mh281y MAYSVILLE ICY VTK8 V II COLLINS MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest styles of lints Bonnets Laces and Millinery Notions Prices low Second street Mrs George Burrows old stund apllfklly YJTIK8 LOU IOWUNfl FASHIONABLE MILLINER Kali Hats Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers and Millinery Goods generally Entire satisfaction uuurauteed In all cases Second opposlto Opera House mayjly pGNEWfcAliliirN7 STOVES GRATES TiNWARE mantels etc Sole agents for the celebrated Omaha aud Leader stoves Roofing and gut tering promptly and satisfactorily lone Cor ner of Munket and Third streets A It Glas cocks old stand apl6dlw A MEANS FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full lino of Burial Robes and all articles ro quired by the undertaking trade Orders promptly aueuueu iuuhjui mKnlu No 61 East Second vr R Mtreet LAW OFFI...

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. — 9 February 1884

W I THE DAILY BULLETIN- S ATUKDA Y EVE FEBRUARY 9 1884 Thk Mississippi is reported rising nt Memphis and other points TmiiTY thousand men are out of em ployment at Cincinnati as a result of tlio high water Thk damage by the flood at Cincinnati i s estimated at about ten per cent of what it was last year Mns Gkohok Bahklky of Ripley has received a pension allowance of 1700 on account of the military services of her son m - Thk decision of the Mason Circuit Court in case of Watldns adminstrator vs Watkina executor lias been aflirmed by the Court of Appeals Tun Yeoman announced it in this way Bent the drum and toot the horn The hen Is oil tlio roostor born 1 Shout the tidings East and West He kicked the shell clear out the nest A sturdy youngster hear hlra crow m An accident insurance ticket souring 53000 m case oi aeatn or io a wees in case oOHsability4costs but twenty five cents a day Apply to M F Marsh agent The House Elections Committee hn3 finally considered the North Carolina con...

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. — 9 February 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVE FEBRUARY 9 1884 eosser McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Address Am commonications Tub river we regret to say Is on a bender yet And If It doesnt swear oil soon It will thojlm jams get Now lot it open uplls eyes And from tliein pull the wool And seo how badly it behaves By getting awful full The robbins arrived this week One third of tlio city of Portsmouth is taid to be uuder water hUntil Messrs Dodson Frnzce can obtain suitable diving apparatus they have retired from business Tub train due here yesterday morning at eleven oclock wab detained sovera hours by getting off the track between Millersburg and Paris The Bsfe books etc of Dodson Frazee have been removed to the office of A Finch Co where they can bo found until the water is out of their business house on Wall street The following marriage licences have keen issued in Brown County Ohio siuce our last report J C Shrofe find Alice Hill Michael M Reslgner and Catharine Hart raetz Wrn II...

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. — 9 February 1884

CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY So II lite The Commerce Committee reported far orably a bill amending tho statutes so as to authorize tho unloading of coal salt road iron and other like articles of bulk I under tho superintendence of custom I oflicors and at tho expense of parties inter ested at places designated by the Secretary of tho Treasury Van Wyck from tho Committee on Pub lic Lands reported favorably on the bill to relieve the purchasers and settlers on the Denver and St Joe Railroad lauds in I Nebraska and Kansas This is the same 1 bill introduced by Van Wyck and passed by the Senate last session except that this bill fixes the price per acre at 1350 Mr Bowers introduced a bill to amend I the act to accept and ratify the agreement submitted by the confederated bands of Ute Indians in Colorado for tho sale of their reservation Mr Call presented a resolution request ing tho President to prevent tho extradition of Senor Carlos Aqulro Cuban patriot now In prison at Key West Flo for po li...

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