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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 2 April 1884

DAILY EVENING VOL 3 NO 108 dfri Will Uio coming mn unoke 7 wm et tied by Prof Fink In hi chsmilu pom phlet He ays moreoi or tliat tlio rational way to uso tobacco U Uirouxh the pipe AU agree that only the beat tobacco should be used Which U the best That to which Nature haa contributed the inoet ex quisite flavors Dlrfckwells Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco fills the bill completely Nearly two thirds of all the tobacco grown on the Golden Tobacco belt of North Caro Una goea iuto tho manufactory of Black well at Durham They buy the pick of WJU tho entire section Hence Ulaekwella Bull Durham Sinoklnir Tobacco is tho best of that tobacco Dont bo decchod when you buy Tho Durham Bull trade Ml L M J T C mark Is on every prcnuluo ackirc Blackwells Genuine Bull Durham U tho choice of all JinIkim of BiuoUlut Tobacco MfcJBrfffiftTBBliEI8ESTOEitSHMfli r iiitA iioifm SATURDAY APRIL 5 Always the Hest The oilyliml mill only NICK ROBERTS HUMPTY OOMPTY AND Slur Specialty Company 3 CLOWNS 3 UtlMALDI DRO...

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. — 2 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY FVE APRIL 2 1884 - Blaine is said to be rapidly gaining1 strength in Illinois The hip pocket lately discovered in Ohio npparn to ho largo enough to hold concealed a cannon Tiie court house and jail at Cincinnati cost 1000000 The law library wit valued at 200000 many of the volumes costing 50 each The business failures in the United States for the three month just closed numbered 1200 wfth liabilities amount ing to 40000000 i The best evidence in the world that no Kentuckiuns were in the mob at Cin cinnati is the fact that none of the mur ders were lynched Wm Foumjkay is tho last surviving Teteran of 1812 in Fleming County and although ninety two years old is still in yood bodily health The Communo of the Paris of America have not burned any more court houses since last week Tho revolution of 84 HcemB to be at an end The miserable law which practically excludes men of intelligence and infor mation from the jury box will now prob ably receive some attentio...

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. — 2 April 1884

rt i tJ t k THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE ATOIL 2 1884 BOSSBB MoCABTHY Publishers and Proprietors no Whom address Alt Communications HumityDumity Ou the wall Sends a notlco To you nil Big and little Every one Saturday night To see t ho fun Sugar is lower in price than it Iwb len since the war The circulation of the Bulletin this week has been about 1500 copies a day Rev A NGilbert left for Fulton Mo to day He will be absent about three wrecks Tun increased sale3 by the artificial ice company is due altogether to that hand Borne new driver Nick Roiikrts Humpty Dumpty the biggest and best in the land coming Sat urday April 5th i The only damage in this city by tho storm last night was tho breaking of window glass by the hail i In this season of cyclones and tornadco it would be well to bear in mind the no tice made elsewhere by Mr G S Judd - Ouit young equestrians should draw the rein on tho fiery steed as they go through Chester and dont you for get it The hogs have mustered coura...

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. — 2 April 1884

TiiiGEOMu bwMl Interesting Incidents Coming In From the Interior Tlic Slnsulnr nint TcrrlMe Exper ience of 11 liny IlcNldciitN 1Iov Injr a Swath Through a Pino ForcNl Curloiin Slorlc Atlanta Gn April 3 Many interest ing incident of Tuesdays tornado continue to come lu In Stewart County the throe story franio mansion of Mrs Grace Miller was lifted high in the air the sills upon which it rested blown away and the house was dropped almost oxactly in its old posi tion where it now stands with its foundation Fills gone At Judge Wilberlys tho tornado Ftruck a pine forost and for ilvo miles in a straight line left a clearing thirty feet wido In Carroll County tho storm first struck Lowell whore it blow away tho house of Mr Ellis Smith in which two families lived Two poisons wero killed a mothor and child The womans dead body was blown ono hundred and fifty yards and one of her arms was twisted oIL The child was blown against a tree ami mashed to a jelly Tho use of cyclono pits has greatly ...

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 April 1884

VERA 1IOCSK SATURDAY APRIL 5 TV Always tho llest The original mid only NICK ROBERTS HUMPTY DUMPTY AND Nlnr Specialty iitiiinnjl 3 CLOWNS 3 GIUMALIH imOMIO nnd PEDRO Die Ki cutest Ti let Clowns in tliti woild supported y u comouny ol acknowledged Iantomtm flHiiiid llu lirll luntHIni Specially Company KILVKK CO It NET HAND and OPERA OH 6HKHTHA Reset vtdhciits fin cents gcnctul admission 5 cents clitidien Jo Seats now u sulo at Taylors uewsstnnd Ifr tUKIEY Sanitary Plumber -a -v Will the coinlnsr man Binoka via cet tled by Vtot Flak In his ebarmlni lam pulct llo eaya moreover that tho rational way to ubo tobacco la through the pipe All agree that only the best tobacco BbouM bo used Which la the bestT That to v hlcli Nature haa contributed tho inopt ex qulslto flavora Illackwolla Bull Durham Smokuiff Tobacco fllla tho bill completely Mearly two thirds of all the tobacco frown on the Golden Tobacco belt of North Caro lina goes Into tho manufactory of Black well at Durham They buy the pic...

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 April 1884

u k rm THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY KVR APRIL 3 1884 Tin total cost of the Cincinnati riot is put at 2000000 - - The public debt reduction during March amounted to 15000000 Buffalo gnats are said to ho destroying stock along the lower Missipstppi The municipal election at Chicago resulted in ti victory for the Democrats It is thought that there in no chance of a bankruptcy bill passing at tho present eossion of Conuress Tmf Anchorage AhvIuiii Investigating Committee have made their report to tho Legislature Thev hold Dr Gale re sponsible for tho system of ducking that prevailed there and suggest that the General Assembly should take immedi ate action on the matter m The House Committee on Invalid pen sions agreed to report a bill providing for a pension to all soldiers who suffered any disabilities or crious illness from con finement in Confederate prisons or to the widows of thofco who died from ef fects of such confinement AxoritKit murder is announced at Cin cinnati Hujh Toomey 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. — 3 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN aeilURSDAY EVE APRIL 3 1884 hosser McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Addkksh all Communications HiRtNQ Isnt horo Wo say will a sigh The report Is alas An almanac ye Tim blizzard yesterday wound up in a freeze Jaiikr Frrza khaii will move into his ow quarters to day Tiik budding loafers we regret to Bay were not injured by the freeze last night Cucumhkrs and lettuce have appeared in market The prices well they might Toe lower Wk are sorry to say there is no per ceptible change for the hetterin the con dition of Miss Julia Everett John Vhkiiir proposes to kick up a Oust by reducing the price of canned goods See notice elsewhere - Mk WII Uvukr has about finished a omfortable frame cottage in Chester which he will occupy himself A mule attached to a coal cart belong ing to Owens Parker Co was drowned at the upper grade this morning m Messrs A C Siiiak Co are loading a largo barge with brick to bo sent to Augusta There will be a great deal of Vuilding done th...

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 April 1884

LATEST FOREIGN NEWS Tho Egyptian War and Othor Impor tant Events Latent A it vice Iroin Gen ernl Gordon Politico III Goriiinur The 1roroMn of the Aultutloii In Ireland Other Itcinn Londov April 3 Latest advices report that Osinan Digna is encamped in tbo vi cinity of Tmnaniob having about 1000 fol lowers and many Sholks and that ho is preparing to glvo battlo to tribes friendly to tho English Yesterday ovening the robols approached within a mile of Btiakim and looted cattlo The inhabitants of Suaklra nro discontented find angry at being left by tho British to take care of thomsolves London April 3 Tho Times Cairo dis patch mentioned a report that somo mal contents among tho rebels at 1 Oboid have boon dotoctod in a plot to murder El Mahdi Tho same dispatch states that all of General Gordons dispatches and move ments indicato his boliof that an English army is coming to his relief London April 3 Tho Times dispatch from Khartoum says Wo are daily ox poctifcg tho arrival of British tro...

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 April 1884

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 110 0 PER A HOUSE SATURDAY APRIL 5 Al ways tho Host t The original nud only NICK ROBERTS HUMPTY DUMPTY AM Nliir Specially Company 3 CLOWNS 3 GHIMALm DKOMIO and PEDRO tho RieateKt TilokUlownxlu tlio world stippoi ted by i com tinny of Htkiinwledied Puntomlm rots nnd ihchrll lntit Slur Specialty Company HILVlill CORNET UANl unci OPERA OR CHESTRA Reserved seHtsJWcoiits geneiul admission 85 cent chlldicli 21 Seats now on snlo nt Mliylors newsstand M SEi Will tho coming1 unin smoke T was Bot tled by Prof 1lek lu his charming pam phlet no cays moreover that tho rational way to ueo tobacco is through tho pino All nffrco that only tho bent tobacco should bo used Which U tho best That to which Mature has contributed tho most ex quisite flavors Vlackwells Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco IHIs tho bill completely Nearly two thirds of all tho tobacco grown on tho Golden Tobacco belt of North Caro Una Koea into the manufactory of Black well at Durham They buy tho pick ...

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 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVE APRIL 4 1884 Bill Jonks who tried to kill Guiteau will be tried April 28th During tho lust nine months 82000- flOO of the public dibt has been paid Judge W M Ukckneb has declined to accepta re appointment as Railroad Com missioner Tug sold in th Trensnry fell ofl 11 800000 diirinj Match silver increasing 2000000 Talk is again rife of tho removal of the Pope from Rome probably to the Utiited States m A hand of illibusters haTO left Key West for Cuba Thenews of some mil itary executions mnybo looked for Hon MT Durham of Danville has 1jrmally announced himself a candidate for Congress to succeed Hon Phil B Thompson Jr A cyclone passed over North Alabama And North Georgia Monday night kill ing many people andldestroying njgreut amount of property ZZH Gov IIoadly is of the opinion that if the uprising of citizens at Cincinnati was not a mob it acted most damnably like one It does look a little that way The following bills have passed the State Senate Hou e b...

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 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVE AlKIL 4 1884 bosseh McCarthy Publishers aud Proprietors To Whom Address All Communications Last night at tlio council They tabled the dogs And plucking up courage Tlioy tabled tlio bogs If this thing goes on You mny Juki set it dewu The hogs and the dogs Will table the town Dont forget that Dr Fitch ia to preach to morrow at 11 a m at tho Southern Methodist Church All aro invited ltcsuHVKD Beats for the Ilumpty Dnmpty entertainment Saturday evening ran be procured at Taylors news depot ior 50 cents Tiirri is a Btrong feeling in tho First Ward in favor of Mr V S Frank for councilman to succeed Mr A A Wads worth who has resigned Mr Frank is a practical business man and when ho was in council several years ago mado a KOod oflicinl Tho ward will bo well represented if he is selected for the place Sekvicks will bo held at the Southern Presbyterian Church this afternoon at ionr oclock and to night at half past seven At the evening service tho baptism of the n...

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 April 1884

IKS OWNING HIS INFAMY Impressive Impudence of a Corner Juryman no 1Vu Preterit nt Hie Music Kail MeeHiiir nntl linn No Icur or Violence How Ho Com proiulMcd St Louis AprlH L A Phillips who figured as one of the jurors in the recent Berner trial at Cincinnati was interviewed this morning Ho was introduced by his brother-in-law In unwsor to a question be said I have not run away from Cincinnati but camo here to establish a branch of my arpet cleaning business a project which I bad in view previous to tho Bernor trial Are you not afraid to roturu to Cincin nati T Not in tho least I was presont at the Musio Hall mooting Friday night and was sot molested or threatened in any way Concerning tho vordict he said Tho Jury went otit convlncod that tho confos tdous wore extorted from Bornor by throats and promisos and that the prosocution had hoc made out a case of murder in tho first dogroo The question of hanging nover camo up at all On tho first ballot seven voted for acquittal To tho quest...

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 April 1884

T I I the entire section uence Blackwells Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco Is the best of that tobacco Dont be deceived when you buy The Durham Bull trade mark is on every genuine package Blackwells Oenulne Bull Dnrham la Uio cnoico ni nil juiikos ci Bmokuiif Tobacco SPRING OPENING We tnko plpaMiie In announcing thospilng opening ol ourseed stole fil Market Htreet nextto Hechlugeihclolhlngsloic with a tresh Kiipply of Flower Seeds Garden Seeds Sanitary Plumber i GreenhouspnndbeddlnK plants of nil kinds cabhagouud tomato plnnttvinlon sola sweet PJtntoes lor seeil unit sweet potato plants rult and ornamental trees evergreens grapes loses and all varieties ol plaids and tree found iu u fltst class nursery Floral decorations lor funeral purposes and wed dings und patties supplied with out flowers U 1 DIBTEUICII o BKO mlTdAwSmo Kentucky Nurseries J CUllIiKY GAS S STEAM FITTER Curleys new system of House Drainage und Ventilation liiitli rooms fitted up with hot nnd cold water a specialty Also ...

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 April 1884

lint j M4 the entire tection uenco BlackweUa Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco is the best of that tobacco Dont be deceived when you buy The Durham Dull trade tognvw aimx mark la on every genuine pack litre Blackwells Genuine Bull Dnrham la the clioirn pi an juiikos oi bmoLUuf Tobacco SPRING OPENING We take plensane In niinnnnciiiR the ppilug cipuniiii ot ourseed stoic fil MHi kit hi root riexttoHechIngeiseloihlnistou Avlthatrtsh wipply of Flower Seeds Garden Seeds Greenhouse and bedding plnnls of nil kinds oubbiigeuml tomato pluntsonIon sets sweet potatoes for seed anil sweet potato plants Krult and ornamental tiees evergreens grapes toses nuil all varieties ot plants and wees found lu a Hist class nursoty Floral decorations lor fum rnl purposes and wed- dings und pailles supplied with cut lloweis C 1 UIBTKUUII BHO inlTdAwJmo Kentucky Nursprlc j i j dimiiY T Sanitary Plumber GAS S STEAM FITTER Curlpys new system of House Drainage and Ventilation Bath rooniR fitted up with hot nnd cold wa...

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 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN - i i m6NDAY KVE APRIL 7 1884 Senator Maiionk is recovering fron TjtB Stnmte will consider on Tuesday Ihe bill to regulnto insane asylums in this Stnle Coxo kinsman BimiKimi believes the New York Republicans will be solid for Edmunds Rev A II RiiKoii of Bowling Ircen is writing u biography of Bishop Kavnntiugh Mn Beck has introduced a resolution nrtrintf increased pay for the life saving crew at Louisville The date of the National Wool Grow ers Convention at Chicago has been changed to May 19 A canvass of Michigan shows Bluine to be the most popular Republican and Jlldcn the most popular Democrat Tin Stale Sonate has passed the bill to authorize tho County of Mason to sub scribe stoc in tho Maysville Atfriuultural find Mechanical Assnci ition The barbed wire manufacturers have organized a combination company to lteep up prices of barbed wire and keep down the price of raw material Colonki Stoddaku Johnston is in Washington and will appear before the River and Harb...

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 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVE APRIL 7 18S4 BOSSES MCCARTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Addhehh all Communications What Khali I be at nfty Should nature keep me ullvo Jl I find tlie world ho bitter When I am but tweuty flve7 We find tlio answer to tills young man And we bog that to heart youll tnke It Youll find the bed that youll lie upon Will be pretty much as you make It Next Sunday h Euster Eons are selling for iliteon cents a doz en this week m Dont forget the Indies tmd childrens UQaiinec this afternoon A mm is before the Ohio Legislature 1o provide free school books Tun statue of Chief Justice Marshall rill be unveiled at Washington in May Tiik receipts by the building associa tion on Saturday night amounted to 1 syj SO Wi second the motion of the Sunday Korning Call to quit throwing ashes in ihestreet Veuy few arrests have been made in Maysvillo lately It is a quiet and or derly town - Tjik pottery building is Hearing com pletion A part of the machinery is now un the g...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 7 April 1884

CONDENSED NEWS Jajikz W Fitch Lieutenant Governor f Ohio under Governor Bishop is dead PntNcu Bismahck is reported to bav told a friend that by resigning the Prussian portfolio ho bad offended the Emperor Thk contract for plastering at the Mem phis Tonnessoo public building has been awnrded to Hugh Milloii of Chicago at 1100 Jim Tucker the Red Bench murderer has been convicted in Logan County Arlc and sentenced to be hanged on Friday Mav W Thrkk rebel emissaries lmvo been ar rested at Erment in Upper Egypt w hlle engaged In nn attempt to convey u boat load of war munitions to El Mahdi Elijah Hkowx a bright young mulatto was shot and instantly killed in Bultimore ivt tho corner of Penrl and Mulberry treet by Charles Coleman colored Jeal ousy was tho cause of tho crimo A farewkli banquet was tendered to Mr Henry George in London nt which throo hundred representative men from nil jxirta of tho Kingdom wcro present 1 h occasion was a very successful one Tub Springer Committeo practicall...

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 April 1884

iiiiniuiimihiimiimiiiiHiiiiii L HAVE jrsr KKCKIVKD A laige supply of on kw 1 1 T- aM i - V Iff mv VTe havo nwitovcr 810000000 In iMencHnpr our rltrlit to the Durham Hull luioiir traile uiatk Undoubtedly bo fa to lay the nioxt valuablo Hull hi Uio world Now It kUihIh to ruanou that nouMnt afford to prefect him o thoroughly If BIjAIKWKMN I1UIIi UIUIIAiM To bacco of which lin Is tlin reprenentatlve wasnt tWo UlibT Huiokliiff Totmcco ever lumlc Th Kiloa of UlaclnTfira Unit Durham Sinoklnu Totacco fur cxcetnl ttio o of any otlier brand lti Vie world pimply becauso It has liocu la and will ho the bent that can lx- made All dealers havo It Look for trwto iuark of Uio Hull on every package t SPRING OPEMHG We take pleasure In announcing thosnilng polling ol our seed siote Gi Mmkrt Urcol next to nccniijgeis doming wore wwi 1 iresn ktipply of Flower Seeds Garden Seeds I ClroonlioiisQiuid bedding plnnlR of nil Kinds onbbageaud tomato phinltonion Rets tiwect Iiotatoes for seed and sweet potato p...

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 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY BVB APRILS 1884 Cincinnati has flix miles of drinking saloons Kansas City packo 55000 more liogs than Cinclnmitl tluriiiK tho winter Cin cinnati had more water m08ic and mob though The bill bofore tho Legislature to authorize subscriptions on the part of the State tojthe preferred stock of rail road cimp uiies oulit not to pass It ii objectionable for many sound reasons The Commissioner of Pensions has made a new ratlin for pensioners who have lost the aiiht of one eye Under old fiilinfmiulv SI I a month was allowed Under the new rating 18 s allowed if the sight is destroyed awl an increase vhere there is disfigurement of the face in addition i Gen W C Wyckiiam a Republican member of the Virginia Senate appeared before the Danville Investigating Com mittee Ho testified that there had been no unlawful combination against tho col ored people nor had they been threaten ed with discharge from portions for not toting as their employers wished vjjjgfl i Kx SiKak...

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 April 1884

ffl ft kr n t THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVE APRIL 8 1884 HOSSER MoCARTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom addrkhh AM communications Oin Harnum now must bag Ills head Jtssud to telllio cant A candlo hold to Bolls show And that black cleplmnl Tiiadr is improving Am thu stores in town ure radiant with Hjiringnttruelions An suUlitiou is building to thu Con Tent of the Visitation A coitrs of laborers are engaged to day leveling up the street car track Tun flood situation on the lower Mis ttJesippi is becoming more serious Tub latest reports from the Hon L S litittrell is that his condition is more comfortable Hulls Biiotukks advertising car arrived 3ant night and the circus pictures are going on the walls today- o Tin contract for the plumbing and gas fitting at the Zweigart building has been awarded to Mr T J Curley The genearal health of Maysvillo is at present unusually good Very few cases of sickness of any kind arc reported a Kcv A M Vardiman will preach at 1he Baptist Church in ...

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