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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 20 March 1884

bp mw 4f T cocks old stand Q a 3iianh - TT DAILY VOL 3 NO 97 JOHN B POYNTZJR INSURANCE ACENT Oldest and bent Companies insures for Tnll value Low rates Losses promptly paid No discounts No delays Ofllco corner Third a4 arket streets npl6dly jT KACKXKY Wholesale and Kctall BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER decond Street mh281y MAYBV1LLEKY TuritsTr u cojlxinn MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest styles of Hnts Bonnets Laces and Millinery Notion Prices low Second street Mrs George Burrows old stand nplHSdly VTINH tOC FOWLING FASHIONABLE MILLINER Kail Hals Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers nnd Millinery Goodsgenernlly Entire satisfaction guaranteed In all cases Second opposite Opera House mayfly CGNKW ALElN STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Sole agouts for the celebrated Omaha and Leader stoves Roofing and gut- one cor L It terlug promptly and satisfactorily nerof Multiset and Third streets A apllBdtw FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full Hue of Burial Robes and all articles re quired 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. — 20 March 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE MARCH 20 1884 Tim Myers contract labor bill has parsed the Ohio House and is now a law A rnoJKCT is on foot to divide Texas into two or moro States Bisiioi KAVANUOMof the M E Church South died at Columbus Miss on tho morning of tho lth inst A GORGEOUS BRIDE Ilic Ilntliur Complicated itfNftlon of One Mm Thlc 1httsvillk Pa March SO Mrs Mar aret Thies was induced to ontor a crowded ourt room to have her sauity examined nta She was arrayed as a briilo wearing i white silk dress and Spanish luce and iruamented with artificial oak leaver Vround her waist wus a ribbon of black ed and orange and across hor shoulders caching to the hem of her dress hung a ish of red white and blue ribbon On ht head ohe wore a mourning bonnet Tho lack was hidden however by clouds of hiti illusion which swept the floor Mrs Tides is a middle aged widow who belioves jersolf inspired of God to write a new tes amoiit becoiii1 the mother of a new Mos inh and to mnrry Dr Agnew of 1hll...

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. — 20 March 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE MARCH L0 1884 HOSSEB MoCAHTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Address All Communications Minstukl trouoe Splendid show Everybody Sure to go Have your buttons bowed on tight Else youll lose em All lo nglht Tiik foot and mouth disease has ap peared among the cattle in Iowa Mn D Daulton is building an addi tion to his grocery store in East Mays Tille Ouk friends up tho river can obtain the Daily Bulletin regularly from tho news agent on the steamer Handy No 2 m The statement of the Frst National Bank printed elsewhere makes a very gratifying showing It is a solid insti tution A handsome modern Opera House to be built on the old site by tho Washing ion Fire Company is among the proba bilities of the season Maysville is going to be headquarters jor building material this year The stocks are large competition sharp and prices very low Maysville can easily discount Cincinnati will show prices as inquiry Messks A R Glascock Co will ad vertise in this paper...

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. — 20 March 1884

A DULL MARKET Htfuutlfttl Iter real Ion of flu New York tilork Exchange Saw Y iik March 20 In tbo New York Petroleum Exohungo during the noon recess the brokers prevailed upon two young members of the Exchange who ara looked upon a rival aiimtuur boxers to have a bout within tho heavy brass olr cular railing around which the transac tions in oil tuke place The young men U Fredericks and J W Halk got into the ring and squared themselvos for tho contest while tho doors were guarded by vigilant janitors to prevent any incursion of oflieious policemen Threo vigorous rounds were spurred with gloves Halk be ing floored in tho first and Fredericks getting n bloody noso in tho second In the third Fredericks got his opponents head in chancery and kept it there til time was called The allair caused much talk down town during the afternoon It is generally regarded as u significant sign of a dull market Ilown a Twcn iy Ioot liiilniukiuriit Baltimohk Mirch 20 The fast train on the Maryland and 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. — 22 March 1884

DAILY Q w VOL 3 NO 09 JOHN B FOYNTZ JR INSURANCE AGENT Oldest nnd best Companies Inmiroa Manutacturer and brnled brands of Nodlscounts No delays iariteiHirwiw - OIO ABS Silver Dollar Wm Hunts Dark Horse Hap py Smoke Three Beauties Oordwood and Gold Slugs Second Street Maysvlllo Ky M OSE DAUITOM tfc Itno GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable A full lino of all kinds ot vehicles on hand forsale hire or exchange Horses kept iy day week or month Largest and best ap pointed Livery Stablu in tho west Prices as jow as any llesfattenilou to vehicles stoied Telephone connection No aud ii wesl Second St aplTdly MAYSVILLE KY IvJKW FIH51 BISSET McCLANAHAN SHEA Successois to Cooper A Ulsset Denier In Ntovos ItunoH MnrltlclzcU Jluiilclftititil iiiniiutiictnrerH olTln Copper uuil Sheet Iron Hnre Special attention paid to tin rootling guttci nnd spouting Practical plumben uus and steam titters Wrought Iron nnd lead pipes Ac All work utteuded to promptly and warranted 23 K Second st n9dly MAYSVILLE KY ...

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 March 1884

TI1E DAILY BULLETIN 8ATURDAY KVE MARCH 22 1884 Arthur is acceptable to North Caroli na if he can carry Ohio and New York Thomas W Skoak is the Democratic nominee for Governor of Miotic Island Mr Ju8tcr Mimkk of Iowa is men tioned by Iowii men as a Presidential possibility Matthkw Arnold will not write a book on the United Suites Will the gentle man favor us with a song Pknsylvania delegates to the National Convention so far as heard from are in structed for Uindallnnd Blaine The Republican primary elections at Philadelphia for delegates to tlie State convention resulted in a victory for the the Blaine followers TjiKFrench woman who called Minerva the God of wisenisV should now dedi cate her parasol to raining Jupiter for his late deluging favors Tiik whisky distillers at Lexington in iho event of the failure of the bonded c xtension bill will all export their entire mock in bond as they will be unable to pay the taxes due - 1 m Tin Virginia Statu Senate has instruct ed that a copy o...

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 March 1884

vit yti THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVE MARCH 22 1884 ROSSER MoCARTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom addkkss All Communications ljg Our Sirdls scribe the question A very simple thing Where art thou now loitering Thou coy rind gentle spring Weve got the news rind got It straight And here we write It on The gentle ladys sick In bed With most distressing cough Thk iih was lighted in East Mtiysville st night Murrix Buamokd uhurged w ith nt Icmpting to roloase a prisoner ft om lawful tibtody was tried before Mayor Lee of Chester on Friday and was held to ap pear for trial at the Circuit Court Mr John L Whiluker appeared for the pios Million JLKltSONArib Miss Mary Kcirn of Mt Sterling is risking friends and relatives in East Maysville Miss Lizzie Ricketts who has been visiting friends at Cincinnati and Kansas City has returned home Dr W W Dawson of Cincinnati 0 passed through the city this morning en route to Mnyslick where he was called o perform an important surgical opera tion Whil...

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 March 1884

- FIGHT JYITEA BURGLAR The Desperate Encountor of a Bos ton Policeman The KiiteriuiMnc Burglar Driven to Hii Turn Upon III Iurniier iiiiiI JUalcc a FurlouN IIcnIhIiiiicc Thrilling Adventure Boston Mass March 2- A man lias broken into my house nnd I want an ofllcer sent there to put him out excitedly ejacu lated Mtes Hannah Willoy as she rushed into Station Four at 6M oclock this morn ing Miss AVilley keeps a boarding house at 4 Boyleston place Patrolman 11 Y Kendall accompanied hor to the house whero ho found the intruder had gained en trance by breaking a glass in a rear door mid was now concealed in tlio dark collar As tho otllcer entered tho cellar door the fellow sprang viciously upon him from hi placo of concealment and struck him a ter rible blow with tho fist Tho men closed and a fierce struggle ensued Kendall is stout muscular man but ho was hardly a match for tho rulllan who fought with the ferocity and desperation of a tiger at buy The two men struggled for a moment swayin...

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. — 24 March 1884

N DAILY EVENING VOL 3 NO 100 JOHN B POTNTZ J It INSURANCE AGENT Oldwt and best Companies Insures for fall value Low rates Losses promptly pnld No discounts No delays Office corner Third and market streets apiedly J UACKLEY Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER Stcond Street mlnSly MAYSVILLE KY jirus r d coiiiiiXN MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest styles of Hats Bonnets Laces and Millinery Notions Frlceslow Second street Mrs ucorgo narrows oro suinu upnouiy f IRS IAiV POWI1XU FASHIONABLE MILLINER Fall Hatfl Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers and Millinery Goods generally Entire satisfaction uuarunteed In all cases Second opposite Opera House inay41y pGNliwV A liliKNi STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Sole audits for tlie celebrated Omaha and Leader stoves Uoollus and But tering promptly and satisfactorily done Cor ner of Market aud Third streets A It Glas cocks old stand apllfidlw A MEANS FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full line of Huriul Robes nnd all articles re quired by the 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. — 24 March 1884

THE DA1L no Li kills MONDAY FVE MARCH 24 1884 Ohio has twenty live thousand colored voters Tiik cattle diseae in Jllinoise is termed foot rot Tub Mississippi Valley Sanitary Coun cil is in sesion ut Memphis Judge Thatciiku of the Colorado Su preme court died on Saturday Both Houses have pitted the military academy appropriation hill for 14576 Tun Virginia Democrats will hold their State convention at ItiehmondMay 14th In the UnitcdStates last week there were one hundred and seventy six failures Tin Big Sandy is again out of its banks and heavy losses among the timber men are reported a Senator Plumii of Kansas has ex pressed the opinionthat Federal aid to education will destroy the present school svstem FTm Democrats of the House of Rep resenUtives mccCin caucus to morrow for the purpose of considering the Morri son tarifl bill a m a Tun post ollices in the United States on the first of last Julynumbereil 4S993 and by next July the number iJexpected to reach 50000 I 1 Gronai L Gvrit...

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. — 24 March 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVE MARCH 24 1884 ROSSEE MoCAHTHY Publishers and Proprietors TO WnoM ADDRESS ALIi COMMUNICATIONS Hphino fever with its deadly sliuft Strikes weak as well as strong And inn Ices tho poor nfllictod souls Do nothing all day long And some who have it awful bad We very greatly feir Are mndo so tired that they will lo nothing all tho year A M HorjERs is opening some new styles of Indies shoes today Tun ico factory raised steam this morn ing mid is now in full operation Mr Lanoe offers elsewhere a line of handsome French clocks at cost of im portation m Drapers Uncle Toms Cabin Company ire announced to appear at the opera house April 7 The decision of Judge Coons in the turnpike case will be printed in this pa per to morrow Nick Roberts Humply Dunipty troupe the best in the United States will give an entertainment at the Opera House on tho 5th of April Mr Alonzo Ellis of Ripley has bought property at Lexington and will establish a tobacco factory there that will r...

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. — 24 March 1884

BOOKS AND POLITICS The Literary Fever and General Grants Free Talk Logan and Sheridan o Write AVnr Itfeniolrft Ilcinnrkubly Pointed Political IiUiisuuuc ol General Grant It IJllect Washington March SI General Logan s going to writo a book Ho litis planned or a number of years tbo writing of his recollections of the war nml ho intends ivituin a short period to begin this work It ivlll contain no reference to the political listory of the tlmo but will be confined mtirely to a recital of the Generals connec tion with the war of the rebollion of the fashion of General Shermans memoirs Jeneral Sheridan is also working upon his rominiscenses of tbo war It is probable hat ho will issue a book within the coming year Tho works projected by Messrs borslieimer and Cox have had n tendency o stimulate literary ambition in Uongres lional circles The roports of Mr Blaines llnancial success in his literary venture iave had tho effort to further increase lit erary aspirations among public men Tho in...

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. — 25 March 1884

JOHN B POTNTZ JR INSURANCE AGENT Oldest nnd best- Companies Insures for flail vbiuo irfw rates jLosses promptly paia No discounts No delays Office corner Third Had arket streets ap6dly r kackley Wholesalo and Retail BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER Second Street iuh281y MAYSVILLE Y Tk TKS V B COLLINS MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest styles of Huts Bonnets Laces aud Millinery Notions Priceslow Second street Mrs George Burrows old Btand uplltklly VTIRS LOU POWL1SO FASHIONABLE MILLINER Kail Hats Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers and Millinery Goods generally Entire satisfaction uuarauteed In all cases Second opposite Opera House maylly OGNKW A ALIiKi STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Sole agonts lor the celebrated Omaha and Leader stoves Rooting and ut terlue promptly and satisfactorily done Cor ner of MurJcet aud Third streets A R Glas cocks old stand aplltidlw 7 A MEAXS FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full line of Burial Robes and all articles re quired by the undertaking trade Orders pioinptly...

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. — 25 March 1884

s K l THE DAILY 1ULi1j iilTX TUESDAY EVE MARCH 25 18S4 CONDENSED NEWS A serious outbreak Is reported in yen fRftl A crematory Is about to be established in London TnE Princo of Wales Is to race horses under his own colors this spring Mr John J Cisco a banker and for rnerly sub Treasurer of the United Stuls fa at died China has ordered ten moro Gattling guns fram tho factory at Hartford to be delivered in sixty days Thk London Times Alexander dispatch rays that Zobohr Fatha refuses to go to tho Soudan as Governor Col AsimURNHAXt will act as Governor at Suakini in the absence of Admiral Hew itt who will soon proceod to Abyssinia It is said that nothing but the arrival of British army at Khartoum can prevent Che murder of Goneral Gordon The latest English spurting novelty is an Arab race at NtwmarUet for which three r four horses are on their way from India Mehsthh Sargents invitation to a soiree on the Emperors birthday does not uenn anything boyond inevitable polite mom Thk Buddhist ...

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. — 25 March 1884

s n ii if vi VT I fr THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVE MARCH 25 1884 BOSSES MoCARTHY Publishers and Proprietors To WnoH Address All Communications That same old sow Has once again Gono through tho house Of Isanc Lano She lifted chairs And beds and well 111 things of which We shall not tell Lauoreiis are cleaning Second street in East Maysville to day The plan of the new opera house will bo submitted to the company by the architect to day Messrs Eqnkw Allen leceived thin morning a car load of fine glazed stone ware from New Brighton Pa A single street car on Sunday carried over two hundred passengers The travel seems to keep up well The Democrats of Fleming County on Monday nominated by acclamation Mr V F Howe as a candidate for re election as Sheriff The road on tho east side of the rail road bridge ought to bo illuminated as it is a thoroughfare much used at night and several persons have narrowly escap ed accident recently A gentleman who witnessed the Nip and Tuck entertainment rece...

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. — 25 March 1884

I f If - E7ENTS IN TAR MM k An Irish Parliament Member De clared an Outlaw Tito Alleged Treasonable Perform atives of Mr oKclly In Hit- Soii tlan TIic Sympathy of IrUii uicii With 1 Malidl Londok March 25 James J OKelly formerly a well known American news paper correspondent and at present Home Rule member of Parliament for mon Ireland has been declared an outlaw by several bodios of politicians both Tory and Liberal A movement is being organ ized to bavo him expelled from Parliament because of his alleged treasonable actions against the Government in the Soudan OKelly disappeared early in December and nothing was heard of him until March At tbo latter date a letter nppoured in the London nowspapors over his signature dated Assioot and containing a bitter at tack upon tho Government policy ic the Soudan and the most gloomy foroboding concerning its outcome On March ID OKelly was reported to bo with FA Mahdi us counsellor in high tavor with tho false prophot It was claimed by his fri...

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. — 26 March 1884

hi u DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 102 JOHN B 1OYNTZ JR INSURANCE AGENT Oldest and best Corapaules Insures for full value Low rates Losses promptly paid No discount No delays Offlco corner Third and nrket streets apiedly I UACULFT Wholesale nud Retail BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER Second Street mh281y MAYSVILLE KY VtRS F COLLINN MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest Btylcs of lints Donuets Laces and Millinery Notions Prices low Second street Mrs George BurrowB old stand upllbdly j IfiS Ior FOWLING FASHIONABLE MILLINER Kail Hats Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers and Millinery Goods generally Entire Riitislucliou isuiiranteed in all cases Second opposite Opera House inay41y CIGNE W fc ALEN STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Sole agents lor the celebrated Jnl Tniilietnvaa lrtfl lllf fl tl M flit terlug promptly and satisfactorily done Cor ner of Mawtet una mini cocks old stand II OLDHAM tlMBIONS streets A It aprituiw a mxaa FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full lino of Hurlal Robes and all articles...

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. — 26 March 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE MAKCU 20 1884 The State Board of Health is in session af Bimistown to day - - Bishop To kdiik who haa been very ill at Covington is improving rapidly 0 N Brockixotokh Millersbm g con fectioner has made un assignment An outbrcnk by the Molly Mauuircs in the authrauite regions of Pennsylvania is reported J 0 Hamilton the noted Short Horn breeder died at his home near Mt Ster ling on the 24th iust It is now said that the successor of Collector Swopo will not bo appointed until after the Chicago Convention Texas through Representative Coke claims to bo able to nianago her own ed ucational affairs and declines Federal aid Anotiirk postal telegraph bill has been introduced in the House of Representa tives It was offered by Mr Morey of Ohio The pension appropriation bill report ed to the House disposes of 20084400 It provides for a reduction of pension agents to twelve i Tiir comniittee to arrange for the Xa tional Republican Convention at Chicago have deci...

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. — 26 March 1884

I t THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE MAKOII 20 1884 BOSSES MoCAETHY r Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Addkehs All Communications d3JvS A SCHKMK is on foot Wo aro pleased to say To fashion the waro For the potters clay And Roon you will see Without any douht Tho people nt work Spinning It out Tjii hog tux is going to cut sotno iiguro in city linnnces this year A dwelling to cost ahout S000 will toon be put up in tho lower part of the city In some cases it takes a sparch warrant to find the hogs but John Cartmell gen erally gets them If you want to buy a nice suburban res idence very die ip call on Mr G S Turiil who has one advertised in want the col umn of this paper Messrs It W Wells Co of Helena lately bought of W Myall a crop of to bacco grown on three acres of ground for which they paid 1104 40 Messrs Lek Myall are receiving their spring stock of agricultural imple ments buggies etc They have a largo tnpply and ate offering some very low prices Mr Thomas M Wood is a candidate ...

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. — 26 March 1884

A TERRIBLE TORNADO- r South Carolina Again Suffers From the Wind House Swept Awny Orchard and Crop Dentroycd and Heavy Oaut ago On All Sldce Dfucrlpllon of the Storm Columbia S C March 20 A terrifla ornado nccompanfod by peals of thunder blinding flashes of lightning mid a deluge of rain passed around this County from two to livo miles north of this city at flvo oclock this morning It entered this County from Lexiagton where it had turioiuly torn through orchards and for ests and prostrated houses The two story brick residence of Dr J O Sasor two miles north of Columbia was unroofed and the tin lodged in the trees a hundred yards away The chimneys wero hurled through the ceiling and the iron columns of the piazzas carried away The family nar owly escaped A number of smaller houses in the- same neighborhood ft ere wrecked and fencing and Im mense trees thrown about like chuir The cyclone next struck AVinhsins plantation where it did serious damage The- adjoining farm of J T Taylor ca...

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