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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 15 February 1884

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 08 JOHN B POTNTZ JR INSURANCE AGENT Oldest and beta Companies Insures for ftiii rninA Low rates Iiosses promptly paiu No discount No delays and Marttot streets Q A SIIANH umce corner 11 OPEN AT ALL HOURS Work promptly Terms reasonable llarket and Sutton s I OLDHAM bird aplddly r C KAOIiliET Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER 6econd Street mhSHly MAYSVJLLKr VrRS P II COIMNH MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest styles of Huts Honnots Laces j and Millinery Notions Prices low Second Btreet Mrs George Burrows old stand apllOdly iiTIRS liOO POWL1NU FASHIONABLE MILLINER Fall HaU Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers and Millinery aoodsaenernlly Entire satisfaction guaranteed in all cases Second opposite upera iiuusu mjj STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Solo agents for the celebrated Omaha and Lender stoves Itooflnc and gut douo Cor and satisfactorily tcrlns promptly ner of Mnket and Third streets AUOli cocks old stand apilfldlw FURNISHING UNDERTAK...

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. — 15 February 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVE FEBRUARY 15 1884 ran m Tall of A Building Thirty Persons Buried In The Ruins And Ten Lives Lost HpecliU tolDAttY Bulletin Cixcinnati 0 February 15 Rivor seventy feet ono half inch and falling an inch an hour Ithislmorningjat Now port Double building at the cornor of Pearl and Lawrence used as a boat houso fell thirty peoplejin the rooms all rescued but the following ten who were killed John W Kyle Maud E Ellis Mary E Coulet James Ogden Bemhart Vorwenker Mrs B Vowneker Thos Burke Mrs Thos Burke Thomas Burkes two children Three bodies recovered so far the wrecked house is surroundod by five feet of water Z4 Ti JPadccah Ky Feb 15Near Now burg a skiff capsized in the lloodfand Mrs Beatty and three children were drowned LATEST Six Feet Decline at Catlettsbnrg Cold and Freezing Kurd TZT WKtSpooIal to tlio BuMr7rm Catmhtsuuro Ky February 15 The viver has fallen about six feet andis still oing down at the rate of one inch an hour It is very cold here and freezi...

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. — 15 February 1884

n THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY KVE FEBRUARY 15 1884 BOSSES MoOAETHY Publlshorsand Proprietors TO WHOH ADDBKS3 AlA COMMUNICATIONS j Vkvk got her now In full retreat And moan to keep her going Until our clothes a nd fenthor beds Tho bottom will bo showing Lets take It like philosophers With not u groan or curse And let us say unto ourselves Were glad It wasnt worse Our relief committee is doing good work Lkxinoton litis sent 500 to flood suf ferers at Catlett8burr m Op tho 900 inhabitants at Aberdeen only 175 are living out of water Tub bridge over Leos Creek at Dover has floated off from the piers It takes 400 a day to supply the des titute of this community with food W have decided to qu it boat building paddling around in tho water all such foolishness and go to work again Thk front wall of tho two story brick building on Front street occupied by Cap Thompson fellinThursdny morning Itis owned by John Ryan of Washington Wn are informed by Mr Shaffer tho Superintendent of tho water work...

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. — 15 February 1884

i A S0E0SI3 DIMER do Pooplo Who Wore Thore and tho Subjects Which Thoy Talkod About CrofTnta Now York Lottcr At tho big Sorosls dinner at Deluionleoa Taeeday night there wero about 350 at tabic aboathalf of them being tho regular mom bars ot the club and tho rest being their hua baads brothers and friends Tho dinner was an exceedingly good one It la surpris ing bow good a dinner Delmonico can give I largo parties at 3 a pinto Mrs J C Croly Jennlo June presided with the tact readi ness and dignity she has Bhown for now lot these many yoars as president of the Sorosis and she was ably supported by Miss Hannah Allen Mrs Erminie A Smith Mrs Henry Herman and other ladies presiding at tho tables at tho right and left At Mrs Crolys right sat Courtland Pal mer at her right Folix Moscheles tho Eng- llsh portrait painter and Mrs Moscheles and among the othor guests wor Gorald Massey real poet and allegod lecturer Mr and Mrs Rossi for Johnson Mr and Mrs O B Buncel Mr and Mrs John Savage Mr and...

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. — 16 February 1884

K u i W f Z M v -A K j t - - r A A V VOL 3 NO GO Work Droinntly and satisfactorily Terms reasonable Front street pei Market and Sutton s It OLD1IAH JOUST B POYNTZ JR INSURANCE AGENT Oldest and best Companies Insures or tall value Low rates Losses promptly paid No discount N o delays SOU Marttet streets umce corner apUTdly r C KACULiET Wholesale tind Retail BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER Second Street mh281y MAYSVILLE KY MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest styles of Hats Bonnets Lnces and M llllnery Notions Prices low Becotul streot Mrs George Burrows old stand npllbdly TTIKH IOU 1MUS FASHIONABLE MILLINER Fall Hats Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers and Millinery Goods generally Kntlro satisfaction Kuarautec d In all cases Second opposite Opera Houe ruaylly STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Sole agents for the celebrated Omaha and Leader stoves Hooting and Kiit terliiK promptly and satisfactorily on Cor ner o SUnketaud Tlilrd streets A K Glas cocks old stand nplKJdlw A MEAN FURNISHING U...

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. — 16 February 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVE FRB 10 1884 INUNDATED Th Cltjr of Auuriinta AImont Kntlrolr Corem Willi Wuter Loss EHtimated at Half n Million Dollars Correspondence of Bullktix Auousta Ky February 15 188 1 ThiB plnco is alniodt entirely covered with water and although there Iiiih boon no loss of life ag vet our losa will not fall below 300000 It has been nearly two weeks now ainco tho wuter caused a pencral HiispeiiHion of business and created a scramble to sivo what poods and property that was below the flood markrt of ISHi the Koods thus situated was promptly placed high and dry and our citizens generally felt secure But the waters kept creeping up and up until again it was found necessary to re move them nnd at this stapo of matters tho goods nro all in the upper stories It was tho general opinion that the water would not exceed tho Hood of 1832 and if such would have been tho case wo would have escaped with a com pari tivly small loss It is safo to s y that fully fifty building...

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. — 16 February 1884

rj r 1 A M tH4iiv PiiC iVs V THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY RVK FEB 16 1884 To W B038BR JKcOARTHY COMMUNICATIONS Ook good old town has said the word Until the wators frill While she has got a dollar loft Theres bread and meat for all That shes the best old town on earth Proclaim It loud and long And every mothers son of us Is for her rltrht or wrong The river ell about twelve inches lnBt night and is going down nt an increased rnte to dny p Jack Browning is a flood sulfcrer also 31is large anvil floated off on Thursday tnt it is reported that it was cafely land ed at Dover The starboard side was yived inand it leaks badly Mr John Hbiser one of Maysvilles Taest citizens is dangerously ill Dr Dawson of Cincinnati is at his bedside for the purpose of performing a surgical operation His many fri6nds hope for his speedy restoration to health Two tobacco warehouses and one gro cery store the only buildings of the kind at Logans Gap wero carried away by the flood It is reported that there wer...

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. — 16 February 1884

CONDENSED NEWS Gexehal Goiidon loft Berber continuing bis journoy to Khartoum Gkoiioe Paiisons Importer of toys nt No IS -Park Place Now York bus made an assignment Admiral Hewitt has despatched a letter to Tokw encouraging the garrison to hold ot and promised speedy relief Admiral Paul Moth has been ordered to succd Admiral Galibeu in the command of tho French fleet at Madagascar The wages in some of tho ship yards at Bssex Mass have been reduced from twenty five to thirty five per cent The striking cotton weavers of Black burn England have accepted tho reduc tion in their wages and will resume work o Thursday T P S S Smith shoe manufacturers nt S25 Arch street Philadelphia havo failed Liabilitios approximating 305000 assets not known A heceiver has been appointed for the Jones Car Manufacturing Company of Schenectady N Y Liabilities 1200000 The judgments were for 128000 The Board of Directors of tho Lehigh Valley Railroad Company have elected Elisha P Wilber to fill the vacancy ca...

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. — 18 February 1884

f VOL 3 NO 70 TOHNB POtKTZJR INSURANCE AGENT Oldest and beat Companies insures for fall value Low rates Lowes promptlyuald No discounts No delays Offlco corner Third aud Market streets aplBdly J R c O KACKLEY Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER Iktondtitreet mh281y MAYSVILLE KY I ifr I Tlf S F B CoTLlNS MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING ialeststyles of Huts Bonnetsi Laces and Millinery Notions Prlceslow Second street Mrs George Burrows old stand npUBdly FASHIONABLE MILLINER Fall Huts Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers aud Millinery Goods generally Entire satisfaction Ruaranteed In all cases Second opposite Opera House may41y STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Sole agents for the celebrated Omaha and Leader stoves Rooting aud KUt terlnc promptly and satisfactorily done Cor ner of Munket aud Third streets A R Glas cocks old stand aplHMlw A MKANN FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full Hue of Hurlal Robes and all articles re quired by the undertaking trade Orders promptly attended today or n...

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. — 18 February 1884

m 11 THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVE FtiB 18 1884 La btll riviere yes in a horn Tub Mayslick Omnibus has romimed daily trips Tim latest air on tho East Maysvillo side of tho bridjjo is Wado till the Cars Roll by Tub bridge over Limeston creek is in good condition and will settle back to its proper position on the piers A rVRT of tho railroad embankment east of the bridge fell in Sunday night It will not cause any delay in the run ning of trains TiiK National Government should im mediately provide a largo umbrella for the Ohio river or authorize its secession from the Pennsylvania neighborhood m a m We have been requested by somo of tho residents of tho flooded district to return thanks to Mr A B Mayhugh of Orangeburg for thoughtful and appreci ated attention m Dick Craio of Lexington and Wallace Brockman ofjMidway blow out the gas attheAshland Houaont Cincinnati and wero found deadin their beds on the morning of the 10th Oi flff - m Joshua Giiekv colored of Cliester was run over by a ...

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. — 18 February 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVE FEB 18 1884 BOS8SB MoCAETHY Publishers and Proprietors TO WHOX ADDRB88 ALL C0MHDNICATI0N8 Though your homes In ruins He Dont despair But pass It by Ho to work And like a rann Do the vt ry Best you can Flood Matters All the houses except one have been swept off of Manchester Island Smjinkle chloride of limo around your premises and do it immediately We are at all events making good progress with our spring scrubbing The sisters of the Visitation have con tributed 20 for tho reliof of the destitute The town of Wrightsville below Con cord on tho Ohio side of the river is al most destroyed The True tobacco warehouse at Aber deen is a complete wreck The loss will be about 5000 A collection for the benefit of the flood sufferers was taken up at St Pat ricks Church Sunday Tho sum of 100 was raised at tho Beasloy Creek Church on Sunday for the relief of the needy of this vicinity Mr F W Armstrong telegraphed this morning from Ilillsboro O to the Relief Committe...

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. — 18 February 1884

WWWWffi I PIT f M W1 U AE D 1 1 TERRIBLE SUFFERING I i JFrlchtful Condition to Wlilch Certain In UanN lire Koduccd Foiit Bukohd Dnk Feb 1 Tho con dition of the Indians at tbo Poplar Creek and Wolf Point Agencies is so deplorable that unless speedy relief is afforded many of them will die from starvation Hereto fore game has been abuiidaiitin the regions along the Missouri and Mills riverstand the Indians were nbe with tho little assist ance they received from ttfe Government to live with comparative comfort But now the game is all destroyed and the qaettlon hasxesolved itself to tho fact that they must either bo fed by the Government or starve Of tho three thousand dogs in the possession of tho Indians at Wolf Point one year ago not one is now left In ad dition to the dogs many of the horses lave been eateu and muny more have keen traded off for food Much the samo state of things exists at the Pop Jar Creek Agency It is a common thing to see mothers of young girls going about after ...

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. — 21 February 1884

VOL 3 NO 73 JOHN B DAILY POYNTZJK INSURANCE AGENT Oldest and best Companies insures for full volup liow rates Losnes promptly paid No discounts No delays Office corner Third and Marttet streets apiedly T G KACKIiKT Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER Second Street mh281y MAYSVILLE KY TVJKN Ft n coIiMNH MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest styles of Hats Bonnets Laces and Millinery Notions Priceslow Second street Mrs George Burrows old stand apllBdly jMrkfls iou powLisa FASHIONABLE MILLINER Kail Hats Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers and Millinery GoodsKonerally Entire satisiacllon guaranteed In all cases Second opposite Opera House muylly nONEW fc ALIEJV STOVES GRATBS TINWARE mantels etc Hole agents lor tlio celebrated Ontalia and Leader stoves Rooting and gut tering promptly nnd satisfactorily done Cor ner of Manket and Third streets AHGlas cocks old stand npUCdlw Q A MEANS FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full line of Burinl Robes and all articles ro o ul red by the undertaking ...

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. — 21 February 1884

u r t 1 h t THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVKNING FEB 21 1884 Tub losa at Marietta 0 will nmount o half a million dollois The gamblers of Louisville contributed 700 to the destitute of that city Pahis has contributed the goncrouB lum of 1800 for the relief of Newport and Augusta Tub committee on Stute PrisonB has re ported a bill providing for the building of n branch penitentiary Governor Knott has approved a joint resolution allowing the use of arms and flags belonging to tho State to the Mex ican veterans at their anniversary at Cynthiana on the 22nd inst Famikks Bhoild bo careful in selecting seed corn for their spring planting It is thought that much of the present crop will not sprout owjuk to tho effect of the intensely cold weather we have had this winter m m Tin Fayette County grand jury has in dicted the editors of the Lexington Press the Transcript and Advertiser for con tempt of court They are charged with publishing a malicious libel against Judge Jere MortonJudge of thej...

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. — 21 February 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVENING FEB 21 1884 bobber McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Addrkss Alt Communications vi1tliiWiilv Oun good old town IfrtryltiR hard To put you 011 your feet So bucklo dovrn aud by your work Make sweat tho bread you cat And bear In mind no matter what May bo the store of pelf That aid will not bo out to him Who falls to help himself Dot the itllo men to work bweetenod by labor Bread is Lkt the lazy go hungry but give to the man who works Prayer meeting at the Southern Meth odist Church this evening at seven p in Eggs are dropping down in price They are now sold at twenty cents a doz en The Bonanza passed down yesterday 1 evening loaded with freight and passen gers Tiik city has put a largo force of mon at work cleaning the street It is a wise move The Morning Mail arrived at one oclock this morning her first trip since the flood Miss Tillib Eitbl entertained a num ber of her friends at an elegant oyster supper last evening Dont be in a hurry t...

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. — 21 February 1884

tf V rt t V y CONDENSED NEWS It 1 announced that General Gordon1 proclamation permits temporary domestic IJavi ttavo but opposes iiavo Hunting ina The trading generally I Governor of California has decide to Issue a proclamation for an extra session t the Legislature presumably to tak action on the Central Pacific Railroad tax caes G W Waonkr and William Wright prominent resit ents of Independence Coun ty had a preliminary examination on the oharge of extensive violation of revemu laws Six persons wero injured by an accident on the Wabash Railroad at Glen wood Mo yesterday A broken rail caused one coach to leave the track It was dragged Bomo distance and badly broken up Joim Jauhktt ex president of tho Amal gated Association in Washington said h had decided to submit his name at the Ro publican convention as a candidate foi Congress from the Pittsburg District The discussion on Donnans absolute prohibition amendment was continued in tho Iowa Senate A number of dilatory motions were ...

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. — 22 February 1884

r DAILY VOL 3 NO 74 JOHN B POYNTZJK INSURANCE AGENT Oldest and best Oompunles Insures for roll value Liovr rU8 Losses promptly pniu No discounts No delays Office corner Third and Market streets npl6dly T C KACKLKT Wholesale and Hctnil BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER Second Street mh281y MAYSVILLE XY r B COLLINS MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Lntest styles of Hats Bonnots Laces nud Millinery Notions Prices low Second street Mrs George Burrows old stand aplltidly mVlNS LOU IOWUNG FASHIONABLE MILLINER Knll Hnts Millinery Goods Bonuets hons lowers nuu nuiunery vjuouhkuucuwj Kntlro satisfaction Euurunleed In nil cases Second opposite Opru House mny41y nONKWt ALLEN STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Sole nRcnU for the celebrated Omaha nnd Leader moves llooilui utid gut terlnu promptly and satisfactorily done Cor ner ofMunkot and Third streets AUaiuH cocks old stand aplltJdlw A 3IEAXH FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Knll line of Burial Robes and all articles re quired by the undertaking trade Orders promptly att...

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. — 22 February 1884

1 THE DAILY BULLET1JS FRIDAY EVENING FEB 22 1884 18 IT POSSIBLE Ten weary footsore travolors All In a woeful plight tfought shelter at a wayside Inn One dark aud stormy night Nine beds no more the landlord said Havel to offci you To each of eight a hIiirIo room But the nluili must serve for two A din arose Tho troubled host Could ouly scratch hi hem J Fr of tlinst tired men HO two Could occupy one bed The puarled host wns hooii at ease He wasaclevor man nd ho to pleaho his guests devised This mout Ingonlous plan U I B I U D E F I Q H 1 In room marked A two men wore pluced J The third lie lodged InU The fourth loOw thou assigned The fltth letlred to D In E tho sixth ho tucked nwuy In K the seventh man The eighth and ninth In G aud H And then to A he ran Wherein tlio host aB I have said Had laid two travelers by Then taking one ttie tenth and last He lodged hi in safe In I Mne nlngle moms a room for each Wero miulo to serve lor ton And this It Is that puzzles me And many wiser men The...

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. — 22 February 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING FEB 22 1884 BOBBER MoCAETHY Publishers and Proprietors TO WnoK ADDRESS A LI COMMUNICATIONS As Information lor yon all We take the time to Bay The tonddy of Ills Country Was born this veiy day And could the old man see us now And know our knocks and thumps Hod think we all had run against A hard old row of stumps Lent begins next Wednesday The mud on the lower grndo is said to bo about eighteen inches deep Ash Wednesdey is traveling along this way fast It is duo on the 27th inst lloyWniitcu A good active boy can get employment at once by applying at ths office Sevkrai largo collars in East Mnysville uro being emptied of water by means of a syphon made of india rubber hose It worka very satisfactorily A Republican weekly newspaper will be issued at Mt Sterling March 5th Messrs John 0 and T L Wood are the Managers of the enterprise - Thieves have been at work in Homo of tho deserted houses in East Mnysville where property is necessarily left expos ed I...

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. — 22 February 1884

CONDENSED NEWS iiAw mix maklne Good Friday a nubllo holiday lias passed the New York SonatV The Wick wire and garrison blocks nt Courtland N Yf havo been burned Loss 100Q00 well insured J1 fire at Good Water Ala destroyed twenty four buildings including Btdr boused hotel depot aud postolllco Loss 1100000 B F Baunks rut hli own and his wifes throat at Bone Wis The woman is dead and the man is dying Ill health and orerty is the cause Gold will bo exported from New York in consequence of high rates on foreign ex change The steamship Wieland takes out 200000 in double eagles Pbjcsident Cable of the Rock Island Road who has returned to Chicago from New York says the stock is so distributed tlwt Vanderbllt cannot socuro control The Mexican Government has issued a decree imposing an additional duty of 5 percent on all artiolos imported into Mex ico the samo to take effect May 15 next William Lowe the leader of the Pro gressistfl aud member of the Reichstag aud the Prussian Landtag has been...

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