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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 29 February 1884

DAILY VOL 3 NO JOHN B IOTNTZ Jit INSURANCE AGENT Oldest and best Companion insures for falL value Low rates Ioshos promptly paid Wo discounts No delays Office corner Third and Market streets apl6dly S C KACKLET Wholesale and Ketall BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER Seeond Street mu281y MAYSVILLE EY TMfRS F COLMNN MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING latest Htyles of Hats Bonnets Laces and Millinery Notions Prices low Second street Mrs Georgo Burrows old stand npllOdly Viks iiOU lowiixa FASHIONABLE MILLINER Kail Hats Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers and Millinery Goods Kenernlly Entire satisfaction guaranteed In all cases Second opposite Opera House may41y E iGNKW fc AMKN STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Sole agents lor the colebrnted Omaha and Leader stoves Rooting and nut terliiK promptly and satisfactorily done Cor ner of ManUet and Third streets A R Glas cocks old stand npllbdlw f A MEANS FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full lino of Burial Kobe and all articles re quired by tho undertaking trade Orde...

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. — 29 February 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN YMDAY BVENING FEB 20 1884 Tiik State Guard of Kentucky numbers 1005 men The unorganized militia is 250000 Tiik Georgetown Times suggests tliat primary election should bo regulated by law and abolished A TKtKOHAiH message has been receiv ed from St Petersburg announcing the death of Minister Hunt Unbkh the provisions of the Willis educational bill Kentucky will bo entitled o 3500000 tlie first year - - - The State should occasionally order the Colonels into the field for exercise Any corn field that needs attention will lo i a Tm Kentucky Contiul 11 ulroad agents have been ordered to report to headquar ters at Richmond Vn beginning March 1st Tm largest ojstersholl in the world is in the Church of Sulpice in Paris It weighs over oOOpounds and is used as a habtisinal font Over ten thmHiml hills have been in tioduccd during the present Congress of which about nine thousand are for pen sions and personal relief bills Tin distress at Unioniown Ky is very prcit and aid 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. — 29 February 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING FEB 20 1884 BOS8ER MoCARTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address all Communications BitKATiiiNa fire Looks Infernal Bolliug over Kentucky Colouol Out of window Jumped w quick Colonel coming Sharp stick Gahin seeds and fishing poles next The street cars are now running across Limestone bridge p t - Tjik mercury mnrked four degrees be low zero this morning FisiiEiiMKN have been very successful in catching sturgeon lately A party of fifty persons left Owings lille recently to settle in Missouri Wi verily believe the loafers haavo Bwoni ofi since the flood They are very tjearec on the streets Several Maysvillo business who men have lately been over a considerable part of Eastern Kentucky report tho trade outlook very encouraging - Mr A M Rocnits is preparing for the arrival of a very large stock of hats boots and shoes for the spring trade Further notice will be made A country editor says if as many peo ple knew how to pay their subscriptions as w...

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. — 29 February 1884

-4 CONDENStNS Ttljc bill repealing tbtftostoathbrtbo omo u lawf - w i McmhitoN hopes to Uo able- to report hit tariff bill nextvrv03 FosTOKifiop appropriation bill reported tfco suli cbmmltteo appropriates 145071 MO Mr Edmunds writes tlint ho lias no In clination to havo his name used in connec tion with the ofllco of President Qkxkual LoNfSTRKETUnited States Mar shal of Georgia claims that instead of leing defaulter the Government owes him 1JOO Four men woro killed and sixteen prob ably fatally injured by the explosion of a quantity of dynamite in a quarry in Wales WolnesJay Doc Neaoik and Hugh Behean who wero driven out of Hot Spriugs Ark for omplicity in the John Klynn homicide bave arrived in Chicago Bkkork United States Commissioner Jordan Dr R Tripp of Kellerton Iowa was held for tbo extensive inanufaeturo and disposal of counterfeit coin Sevatoh Morkv has introduced a bill authorizing Eads to build a jetty from Oulveston hnrlor to the Gulf the channel to bo thirty feet deep 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. — 1 March 1884

JOHN B FOTKMJR INSURANCE AGENT Oldest and best Companies insures for foil value Low rates Losses promptly paid No discounts No delays Offloo corner Third ud Market street aplOdly J G HAGKLEY Wholesale nnd Retail BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER Heamd Street ml281y MAYSVJLLKXY B COIiUNH MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest styles of Hats BonuetsLaceH and Millinery NottonB Prlceslow Second street Mrs Ueorgo Burrows old stand apUOdly mrirw 10c powlinh FASHIONABLE MILLINER Kail HntH Millinery Goods Bonnets Rlb ons Flowers nnd Millinery Goodseenerally Untlre sutisfacllon Guaranteed In all cases Second opposite Opera House may41y STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Sole agents lor tlie colebratel Omaha and Leailor stoves Roofing and cut teriiiu promptly and satisfactorily done Coi ner of Munkot and Third streets A It Glas cocks old stand npUOdlw A MEANS FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Fall line of Burial Robes and all articles re quired by tho undertaking trade Orders jromnny aueuuen 10 uay or jmui maury R JVo 6...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 1 March 1884

THEkDAILX BULL 111 SATURDAY KVB MARCH 11884 Tipteks hundred coal minors iro on a strike at Fitlebuiy Tn pension payments during S A convict in the Ohio penitentiary do Muted his allowance ot butter for one month to the flood sufferers of that State Tjik Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce has decided that hereafter gixty eiht pounds of ear corn shall constitute a bushel instead of seventy Tjik Governor of Indiana has author ised the uso of the money appropriated by the State for rebuilding houses and restoring property injured by the flood Portsmouth up to date has received about 18000 most of which lias been nsed in replacing houses and clothing the destitute The contributions of provis ions have been very large KKiitBSKNTATiVE BitRWBii has been di rected by the House Committee on Man ufactures to report favorably his bill to impose a fine of not morejthun SlOOJor punishment by imprisonment of three months on any person interfering in any nay with commercial travelers selling goods by s...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 1 March 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVE MARCH 1 184 rosser McCarthy Publishers and Froprietons To Whom adorksb All Communications u JU - TnK snow -the snow Jho beautiful snow flbe rest you all are supposed to know Seems not Inclined in the least toga Yon can Just mako up your mind t6 say Y6aro willing for once It should have Its wny If it dont want to go It can simply stay The work of repairing the wall o Rob- lnson Cos mill is in progress CirAB Cunningham colored pantry man on the Bostoim was drowned at Portsmouth on the night of the 27th ult An infant son of Mr Wm Driscoll died on Friday morning at three oclock The funeral will take place to morrow at two oclock p m Thk Relief Committee of Philadelphia has decided to send a car load of provisions and other articles to the flood sufferers at Augusta Thh May3Tille Coal Elevators has re eived a large lot of fresh coal since the flood and are selling overflowed or coal damaged by tho flood at reduced prices The loss by tho burning of Thomas 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. — 1 March 1884

4 lr fr 0 tf CONDENSED NEWS The bill for the relief of the Ironclad Monitor has boen laid aside i the remains or Minister mint win o brought to this country for interment Tuk reduction of the public debt for the month of February will only be a llttl oyer two millions Thebb has been no thought of recalling Minister Sargent is thu word that conies from the Whito House Thursday was the coldest day of the winter in Now York City The thermom eter stood Ave degrees above zero Thk drummers bill to fine any person who interferes with their business in any State will be favorably reportod Simon Wolf ex Consul General to Egypt is the real author of the Lasker resolutions which he induced Tom Ochiltree to oiler There ore no tramps in Washington this winter The providing of work on the streets for a chain gang expluins their ab sence PnoTiADES FASitA has resigned thu Governorship of Crete It is believed that preparations nro being made for a great Cretan revolt The London Times soys hospitalit...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 3 March 1884

F I n BAILY EVENING BULLETIN s VOL 3 NO 82 JOHN B POYMTZ JR INSURANCE AGENT Oldest and best Companies Insures for rail value Lowrates Losses promptly paid No discounts No delays Office corner Third and Market streets apl6dly r C UACKLEY Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER becondHtreet mh281yj MAY8T1LLE KY B COMIN8 MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest styles of Hnts BonneU Laces nnd Millinery Notions Prices low Second street Mrs George Burrows old stand apliedly lTjFlRIS LOU FOWLING FASHIONABLE MILLINER Fall Hats Millinery Goods Bonnets Itlb bons Flowers and Millinery Goods gcnornlly Entire satisfaction Ruarauteed In all cases Second opposite Opera House may41y PIGNKW fc ALLEN STOVES GRATES TINWARE 1 QnlA nnatitbl ttW tllft tplnhlftttifl Omaha und Leader stoves Hoofing aud terinc piompuy huh guuimuumj uv a ner of Maivket and Third streets AKGlas cocks old stand apll6dlw A MEANS FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full line of Burial Robes and all nrtlolcs re quired by the undertaking trade 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. — 3 March 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY KVENING MARCH 3 1884 Tin flood fund at Portsmouth has been increased to 20000 Tiik public debt reduction during Feb ruary wan 2000000 i Tiieiie were 193 business failures in the United States Inst week Tub Mississippi Legislature has pro vided for railroad supervision in the State Claui County has petitioned the Leg islature to be put back into the Ashland district Col Dudley Commissioner of Ten sions has decided to be a candidate for Governor of Indiana The famous steamship Great Eastern has been dismantled and is now used as a coal hulk at Gibraltar Tin originators and promoters of the copyright scheme appear to bo on a cold trait They get aid and comfort from no quarter Ema Hahkou colored alleged to bo 113 years old died at Lexington on Fri day She was born in Clarke County in Juno 1771 Tns Republicans ofOliio will meet in convention at Cleveland April 23rd for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Chicago convention AoiiRAT temperance revival is in ...

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. — 3 March 1884

K fe V f t j J 1 THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING MAUOII 3 1884 HOSSER MoOABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom addbkss Ali communications A hot once took it In bis bend That bo would exercises bis sled HiTtook his slod Into ho road Andlordy massy I bow bo Alode What fun upon my Hied to slide I And na he laughed boforo be knowed He from that sliding sled wits nlode Upon Hint Kino wlioro ho wns laid They carved this line The boy wns static SrniNq is duo on the 20th of March Tun masquerade ball at Amazon Hall postponed on account of high water has again been postponed until further no tice SrniNO sco in lug and the birds With music in their throat Hut when tboy come theyll have to bring Their ulster overcoats Col J M Stockton real estate agent this morning sold Mr Littleton Hills residence on Limestone street to Mr R A Carr for 3200 Nick Robkkts Humpty Dumpty Troupe will appear at tho opera house Saturday evening April 6th It is tho oldest and the best company in the country Mn Ji...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 3 March 1884

- MV SENSATIONAL ARREST Jl31 Exciting Scono at a Revival Meeting at Beading Pa Unn nnd III Mother-in-law Al ienist to Prntc a Youiik Wife Iroai the Anx ious Seat Rkadw Pa March u For tome weelu pat a religous revival ling been in pro Kros at the U lifted Brethren Church on Bouth Ninth street Meetings have been held nightly nnd the excitement has some times been vei y great The services have been of the usual revival character a rhort sermon or exhortation followed by prayer and pinging during which all those Tvho desired to do so were invited to come forward to the anxious seat and be prayed for The meeting last night was ono of the most exciting since the rovival began The teimon had been an unusually effective jne and at the close several persons went forward Among tho latter was a young woman who first wept almost convul sively for a few moments and then began to pray with much fervor for conversion Her actions were at times almost bysterl tal and the audience if consequence be c...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 4 March 1884

TOHlf B s DAILY VOL 3 NO 83 POTNTZJR INSURANCE AGENT Oldest and best Companies Insures for fall valae Low rates Lotwes promptly paid No discount No delays Offlco corner Third and Market streets apUTdly f C KACKLEY Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER Second Street mmSly MAYSVILLE KY TTBS F II CUMilNN MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest styles of Hate Ponnots Laces and Millinery Notions Irlceslow Second street Mrs George Burrows old stand nplllklly VTIRH LOU lOWHNfl FASHIONABLE MILLINER Kail Hats Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers and Millinery Goodseenernlly Kntlro satisfaction uuarauteed In nil cases Becoud opposite Opera House may41y PGNEW AXIJEXi STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Sole agents for the celebrated Omaha and Leader stoves Roofing and gut tering promptly and satisfactorily done Cor ner o7 Mitnket nnd Third street A R Qlus cocks old stand apll6dlw A UKAKN FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full line of Burial Robes and all articles re quired by tho undertaking trade Orde...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 4 March 1884

if aiJV lT TIIE DAILY BQLLETliN TUESDAY EVENING MARCH 4 1884 TJt Ohio Prohibition Convention tneeta at Columbus Thursday Thk total interest bearing debt of the United StnteB is 1220810900 m A favokahlk report has been made to the United States Senate on the applica tion of Dakota for admission into tho Union England wants to make a treaty with the United States on tho subject of dyna miters for tho mutual protection of both countries Tin United States Treasury contains 140000000 in gold It is not anticipated thatthe recent shipments of gold to Eu rope will cause any bud result Civil service reform gets a black eye in the Presidents determination to allow officeholders to exert themselves in the interest of tho aspirations of politicians A kill lias been introduced in the Legislature to change the limits of Nich olas County so as to include tho Blue Lick battle giound which now forms part of Robertson County Mits Gaines tho famous litigant de nies that she is rich During fifty years ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 4 March 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING MARCH 4 1884 BOSSBB MoCABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom abdiiek All Communications Just heie we take our pencil up And sadly trnco these lino To let you know It doesnt do Tp trust In Western mlnei And looking back wtlh vain regret Upon the tiling we trusted liefore our eyes the legend looms Scheme number one Is busted Tiik mercury stood at zero tins morn ing A post office 1ms been established at Logans Gap Brown County 0 The Bank of Maysville on the 1st inst declared n semi annual dividend of foltr per cent Tiik Maysville end of the San Diego Mine has postponed declaring dividends until further notice Tiik handsomo music box rafllod by Mr Sam Smith last night was won by llr Win Pecor the lucky number be ing 46 - i A GENKitous contribution of money received by the Relief Committee on Monday was collected by Mr T L Hoi ton of Tuckahoe REMnMBEU tho Japanese Tea Party at the residence of Mr Cochran this eve ning Tho friends of tho congregation ...

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. — 4 March 1884

CONDENSED NEWS Isaac Todhuntkr tho eminent EnglUk mathematician is dead The Governor of Now York has signed the Comstock anti contract labor bilL Mn Moody has completed his three weeks mission at New Cross England Tb work was very successful FniscK Vicron Napolkons American tour is postponed His father will semi him to serve in the Roumanian army Lonr Ghanville in the House of Lords denied the report that the Government In tended to withdraw tho British troops from Soudan Duncan C Ross ha deposited 100 for feit in the Ohio National Bank at Cleve land to match M Thompson against Shor iff the Prussian or Paddy Ityau spar to finish Mr BnAitAuan has written Sir Staf ford Northcote accusing him of conduct mean spiteful and unworthy of an Eng lish gentleman in having him excluded from the Houso of Commons Tub over due Cunard steamer Servia had not been spoken at a lato hour last night Her agents think she will arrive to day or to morrow They think her machinery may be disabled and that sh...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 5 March 1884

I VOL 3 NO 84 V- BAEPf TOON B POTNTZ JB INSURANCE AGENT Oldest and bwt Companies Iimuea for fall value Low rates- Losses prornptJyvpald NodlHCOUBtS No and Mar Rot streets delays uruce corner RpUMly r C KACKIiET Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER Boeond Street mh2Sly MAYSVILLE KY VfB8 r M COIxFjW MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest stylos of HatH Bonnets Laces nnd Millinery Notions Priceslow Second street Mrs George Burrows old stand apllfSdly TJIHB IOT0 rOWMNG FASHIONABLE MILLINER Kail Hats Millinery Goods Bonnets Rlb bonH Flowers and Millinery Goodseeiieriilly Entire satisfaction guaranteed In all cases Second opposite Opera House mny41y ntlNEW AIIiKNi STOVES GRATES TINWARE tnnntoii ntn Hnln nceuts tor the celebrated OmaUa and Leader stoves Roofing aud gut tering piomptlyand satisfactorily dono Cor ner of Manlcet and Third Kreet A It Glas cocka old stand apllbdlw r A NKANN FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full line of Burial Robes and all articles ro nulred by the undertaking trade Or...

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 March 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE MARCII 5 1884 As the project for a revolutionary con vention lias been revived and ia being somewhat discussed we republish an edi torial on that subject which appeared in this paper on the 22nd of September 1S81 under the title A Revolutionary Convention and add Unit wo could not giro a better expression of our views than those therein contained The people of Kentucky have within the last few years twice had the question submitted to them at the polls as to whether there should bo a convention to change the present constitution of the State and the proposition has signally failed both times Our constitution Art 12 Sec 1 provides specifically for the mode of revising it The same provision substantially was contained in the pre vious constitution of the State and it was observed in all the proceedings for the formation and adoption of the pres ent constitution This is a precedent Trhich should be adhered to By pro viding definitely and particularly wh...

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 March 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE MARCH 5 1884 BOSSER MoOABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To WnoM addukss Am Communications floii Lanoiiohs man Is here to And thW we heard lilm utlor 4j If you would have a cracker good Try LangdonsClty Butter Tiik ico factory will reaumo operations on the 15th of this month Hon Geo M Adams of Knox County Tins been appointed Register of the Land Office by Governor Knott Itclicr Fund Heretofore reported 8S1C0 70 J U Wall 10 00 Members of St Patricks Church 30 75 Totnl rS507 45 Tun old Htenmer Handy this week en tered tho Kanawha river trade and will ply between Charleston and Cedar Grove W Va She is commanded by Capt Bruce Redden Tun post offices at Carlisle and Flem ingsburg have been placed on the list as third class or Presidential offices Tho postmaster at the former place receives a salary of SI 100 and at tho latter 1000 JLKltSUNALS Miss Efilc Foster returned Tuesday from an extended visit among frien sand relatives at Decatur O Mrs Virginia M Sa...

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 March 1884

-v II Ill I II II I III I I I J l I II I 1 I I I i - w I A -IA K THE REIGN Qf Hfe iv a Hot Pursuit iAftpr yieDyiininito - - - iiBbaundrol8 S l Be Ta hc Vlrlorln Station i i Flcnda Are In Irnncc Ilem wcd Activity Amont the Kit Ink AlinrclilMta ArriNtN Binune March 5 Tho activity of the inarchists hiu alarmed tho authorities The police havo arrested M Kennedy Chief f the Anarchist Club AFTBIl THE DYNAMITKKS London Matci 5 The excitement over tbe recent dynamite plots and the largo re ranis ofTered for the detection of the tuthors of tho outrages havo stimulated he police to ronowed efforts to capture the perpetrators It is learned this morning ihat dotoctivos have information to the ef fect that tho Irish Americans who had ar rived at Waterloo Station from South- unpton February 12 and in whose room at Ihe Wavorly Hotol important clues were found have escaped to Franco and aro bow in Paris Several of the leading Eng- Ish detectives havo gone there and aro Aid to bo on tho track of tho...

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