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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 8 April 1884

mmzm itTi hii s 1 TrriiMiiinBjjin Hi wy j CONDENSCKEWS Lap y CAMiininOE won tho English University Voat roeo TnK Crown Prineo FrodorlckVllliam hu roturned from Berlin to London Emanuel GRinEL tho cojebrated Gorman IKxit is dead aged sisty eight Jkm Waiid nn old pugilist died at London on Sunday in ft licensed victualort asylum It Is reported thoro was on Agrarian ris ing at Oota Russia and many conflicts in which several gendarmes wero killed or wounded It is stated that if General Keifer fnili to Ik renominated for Congress in the Eighth Ohio District ho will remove to Washington and practice law A youno mail named Bill Bird was fa tally stabbed in lcru Ind by Samuel Diugmnn bocauso of aii old grudge Both reside in Erie township two miles east ol Joru Tiik Rcpubliquo Franeaise mentioning the reiort to the effect tbnt Tseng will lx recalled insists that no satisfaction is pos sible for Franco without tho payment by China of a war indemnity Yesterday afternoon whilo burning twush on ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 9 April 1884

DAILY5 Vk T 8 NO 114 mniiHmniiiinuimiimmiiiiiim MP Wo bve tpentorn 810000000 In iWemUnsr IT rltfht to Ujo Durham Bull aa our tratlo uiark Undoubtedly lie l to day the mcwt valuable Bull k the world Now It stands to rc aaon Uiat wo wouldnt afford to vrotn t Mm o tlioroua Uly If ULACKWUMA S JIIJM DlltllAiVI To tutcm of which ho la tfio reiirewntntlve wanut bo UEST Hmoklns Tobacco ever made JT Tbo ale of Bull Durham Smoklnif 1 obacco far exceed thiwo if any other brand In tbo world Ktntply bccauHB It has twru la and will lj the beet thit can 1 matin All tlcalem have It look for trude maik of the Bull ou every j8WU mm iiiuimummummrnwimnmiw SPRING OPENING Weinke ppusuiolnunnounelng thn spiiug piiilnuDt HiirM eil Kin 1 1 01 Mmlcit Street next to Hcchltigois clothing stoic with a flesh mipply of Rower Seeds Garden Seeds fSreenhouseund bedding pluuls of nil kinds chtmguniid touinto planlsonlon sets sweet potatoes for seed ntid sweet potato plants Fruit mill ornamental trees evcrgicens trape...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 9 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE APlllL 9 1884 THE MASTER wnriAK raF sToN Jonnsort Q Tell me O Sage I What Is tlio trne Ideal A A man I knew a living aould and real Q Toll me my Mend who was tbls mighty master A Tlieclilld of wrong ttie pupil of disaster Q Under what training urew Ills loftr mind A In cold neglect and poverty combined Q What honor crowned Ills works with wealth and praUe A LaUoncu and faith and love filled alt his days J And when he died what victories had ho won A Humbly to live and hope Ills work was done Q What mourning natlouB grieved abovo liu bier A A loving eyo dropped there a aorrowlug tear Q But history thon will consecrate his sleep A Hlsnuiuols lost angels Ills record keep April Century CnARLEs Readk the novelist is report ed to bo dying The IJUur cilnciitionul bill has passed -the Unituil Statos Senato by a votii of 31 to 11 Tub Ilousejof Representatives on Mon day by u two thirds vote adopted a reso lution that there mould be no reduction of tho tax on ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 9 April 1884

m t m k J II 1 I THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE APRIL 0 1884 nossER McCarthy PabllAbera and Proprietor TO WHOM ABME ALL COMHT7NICATIONB iiji iJin jm Hpeiwq left lust night To tell her Pap That winter llnaera In tier lap Circuict Court bciiitts next week A snow storm is raging in the extreme northwest - Spuing hud better keep one of the im proved baso hnrncrs in her lap France insiHtn on the payment of a war indemnity by China aB a condition of pence Mr Ehmktt G Logan and others are about to establish an afternoon paper at Louisville - - Tins is Gne weather for culling butter cups and sweet anemones now isnt it Mr Morning Call Mksbrb Collins Kudy Co havo established a tobacco hogshead manufac tory at Fleruingsburf A telegram from Havana announces that many of the Cubans have joined the ranks of the fillibustcrs The Mercer County Republicans havo instructed for Arthur Those from Boyle County were uninstructed A complete assortment of ceiling plush and diamond dust papers at Kackleys...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 9 April 1884

I J 1 1 1 I - - v 1 f C0NDEN3CDJJEWSJ j 9HRQueon and Princess Beati ic Un lor jOarmstadt on tln14tk last It is announced in Rome that a- coafr wi of the Irish Bishops will be hokl titer flaring September next TyK explorer jrollneaux Bonds word that hit liasurvoyed tlio Nilo as far tw the sec ond mtnract lie tin found that the peo pfojjonoraHy beliovo in Kl Mahdi Tiik Dublin Express maintains that the story of conspiracy to blow up Mouutjoy prison with dynniniUi is absolutely true A committkb hns been formed at Frank fort to erect a muuumont to the philosopher Bcljopenhaucr The committee is of inter national diameter including a number of Kugllsh Americt n and French namos Mil Kostku United States Minister to Spain has loft Madrid for England and will go from thero to Washington for tbo purposo of discussing tho proposedSpanish American treaty in relation to commerce with Cuba The strike at Meadvillo Pa of brake rnon of tho New York Pennsylvania fliio has endod with a compromise Al t...

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. — 10 April 1884

f T - mUKXlIHK t - K iniiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiwinniuiiiiiim Ve hiw WMitOTfr SlOOOOOOO In ilcfraulns SWVV ft1 H10 Ulniain itiul an our trado Mit Undoubted y bo 1 to day tlie mrt valuibla Unll r9 V It KtnjidH to rowon that wo c0155talPtjl to lrote lloi w tboroujrtily if IAIiKWKfWNBIIU IHIIUIAiU To- tpOi i of which ho Jh Urn rtmrwuutatlre wasnt o MliMT HmokluK Tobacco over made SEALED If P Mies of IHuckwIla Hull ThuliAm Suiofclnjf obacco far oxivrd those of any otlier brand In MJ world simply beraiiHo It I11111W11 In and will Jm the bout that can Ixj marie All dealers have It look for trudo tuarli of Uio Bull on every iuckatfo mmiumumimnvmmmimm SPRING QPEKING fp take pleasure In announcing tle spring pculnkot our seed store Ml Market Stipel ncxiioiiecniiigciscioiiiitisiorc vviiniiresii Mipply 01 Flower Seeds Men Seeds Crecnhouspnnd bedding pi uHs of all binds cabbage und tomato pliuils onion sets sweet potatoes for seed anil sweet potato plants Krult nntl ornamental trees evergreeiiB Krapes...

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. — 10 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY BVE APRIL 10 1834 Sirinclicof Biiow fell this week in Wisconsin Thk Republican Stuto Convontion of Arkansas Ihih declared for Arthur Thk election returns show Republican gains in most of the large cities of Ohio Hon John W MiiiLiken Ex Secretary of State died at Hamilton Ohio on tho 0th inst The Look Factory at Lexington is a fixed fact Ground has been bought fir tho works and sorno of tho machinery has arrived Philadelphia has thirty two building associations und it is the city of homes more citizens living in their own houses than in any other city in tho world The indications aro that in the coining reason Kentucky will rake such a crop of tobacco as has never been produced in the State The area of cultivation is rapidly extending Tun bill for tho bonelltof the Washing ton Fire Company was received at Frank fort on Tuesday evening and by noon next diy had passed both hoiue of the Legislature quick work The Republican District Convention held at Lexingt...

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. — 10 April 1884

If THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE APRIL 10 1884 bosseb McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors TO WnOM ADDHEHfl AlA COMMONIOATIONS Now plant your foot Anil tako the stand Youll to go tlio ball By Huuckeri band And p teaso to keep The date in night The fourteenth Instant Monday night As a precautionary Btep spring hoe been measured for a pair of red flannel paddies fr m iiw JIiss Julia Evkhltt is very low to day and her condition is considered very critical Tue latest inTormation concerning spring is that she will bo absent for sev eral dayB Messrs Collins Rudy A Co shipped to day a car load of manufactured work to Oxford Ohio JunaE IV II Pollitt is putting up a neat frame- store room on Second street in East Maysvillo The reports from the wheat crop in this county aro encouraging It is said to bo in excellent condition Tiik usual prayer meetini will be held in the Southern Methodist Church to day at 7J p m All aro invited I Owhns McIlvainky Co have been making large shipments of barbed...

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. — 10 April 1884

s V V 1 A GALLANT GOVERNOR Inside Facta About That Xissing Story Wtim tlio Ktcc Hit to Oil th Subject SHorlljore ol Jinn Who Sovrrnit TlUnoiii l Nkw Yoik April 10 Madame Fatti wan askod to day if it was true that Gov ernor Crittenden kissed her in St Louis Sho replied Not upon the lips but upon the forehead There was nothing wrong in tbat wns there Ho callod upon me many at my hotel iu Ht Louis and on the last day I was there coino to bid me good fayo There were several ladies in tht room at tbo time When ho turned to leave ho said Mmo Patti I shall never forget your Homo Sweot Homo us long as I live and befbro I was aware of what ho wai doing ho pressed a roveront kiss upon my fore head Hi was such a dear love of a man I could not be indignant Indeod it was Ame so gallantly that thoro was no occa tdon for reiontmont Was not Higuor Nicolini indignant and did ho not challenge the Governor to n dueir Oh these naughty naughty nowspa peril exclaimed il mo Patti with a look Blf playful h...

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. — 11 April 1884

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 11G iiiiiilmiilliml Wf w Wo havo pent over K1KMX000 In dpfonrtinflr ir riKlit to tlio Durham Hull as our ndoubtedly lu 1m to Uy the moot valuable Ilnli la the world Now It stands to mwon that wa KmA1101 Protect him ho thoroiiKhly U BMCKWBMS KIJII IMJKUvft to bncro of which ho In tho nsreneutuUe waiut bo BUST HmokliiK Tobacco over uiude mr tnn Mien of Itlaekwells Bull Durham 8mofclnr Tobacco for cxi cod tliwe of any other brand In 9te world Pimply liccauso It haR liecn is and will M the bint that can lie made All di alent bao It Uxm fur traue niarls ot Ihu Hull ou every pac kego JR fffwW SPRING OPENING Wo take plusuro In minouncltr the sprliiji opcnliiirot our seed store til Mrket Street nexttollecliliigciscloiliiuustoro with a fresh apply of Flower Seefe Garden Seeds fJrcenhouseund bedding plants of nil kinds nubbugo iinil tomato phmtsniilnn sets sweet txtatoiM for seed and sweet potato plants rult and ornamental tret evergreens grapes losrs and nil v...

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. — 11 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FUIDaY EVE APRIL 11 1884 Tim Canadian Minister of Juutico has decliueil to stop Chinese immigration and serious trouble in conacquonce is xpcctud The estato of Judge W S Botls who lied not lone nco in Fleming County amounted tp 150000 and will bo Tided nmonn 411 hcira m Says tho Lexington Irem A New Tork journals motto is Injustice to Jtfone The paper does not say whothor it wants to abolish tho courts at once or only gradually Mr MonuiBON will press his tariff bill in tho House and refuses to recede in any way from the position ho has taken on the subject The opinion is strength ening that tho measure will fail A hht to ropeal tho section of tho re Tised statute relating to the admission of colored children to the public schools so as to do away with the separate schools was defeated in thoOliio Legislature Tub Democratic convention of Penn sylvania adopted a phtform indorsing anfT for revenue denouncing monopoly entralizition subsidy and debasement sf civil serv...

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. — 11 April 1884

l THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVE APRIL 11 1884 BOSBEE MoCABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom addrkhs All Communications All for the best Asleep nt rent To day is Good Friday A twine factory ia now in operation at Lexington Tobacco land in Montgomery County rents for 50 dollura an acre Goon beef cattle command five and six cents u pound in Bracken County - - Tiikhe will bo ft tbrce days trot at the race course beginning July 3rd and clos ing on the 5th The Bracken Chronicle Bays A largo force of bands will bo put to work on the C and 0 R R at this place in a few days m Mr G L Bradford was elected Mayor at Augusta Of one hundred and twenty four votes cast ho received hundred and twenty tw o A tobacco barn belonging to Mr Geo Bartley near Augusta was destroyed by fire a few days ago It was worth 1400 and was not insured The Southern Presbyterian congrega tion will worship at the Third street church next Sunday morning and eve ning Services by Dr J T Ilendrick The fanners are now tr...

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. — 11 April 1884

0 v r MYSTERIOUS TRAGEDY Tho Latest Sensation at Niagara Falls Two Prominent Jlon Illmippcnr nnd re IoniKl to bo tlio Vlcllm of a Torrllilc titiarrel 1 Strntiffc Case Kiaoara Fallh Out April II Thos Vedder nnd N K Piorson brothers-in-law 4rovu to Qoufc Island joatcrdny Not re tttuing search was maiJo this morning tierxons bwly was found on Luna Island nbot through tho head Tho horso and iagcy woro found tiod to a tree Vedder loOies woro discovered lying on tho leu but no truco of him could bo found It is Mpposcd that tho mm quarreled aud Ved dor shot Piorson afterward committing BKicido by jumping into tho rapids Both woro rospoctublo citizens of Suspension Bridge N Y FHOH ANOTIlEIt SOUIICE OmcAOO April 11 A mysterious tragedy 1j reported from Niagara Falls Canada ftna body of Van II Piorson formerly saanagor of the freight oillco of tho Now York Central Railroad at Suspension Bridgo was found on Luna Island a bub lot having passod through his mouth unci wit at tho back of his skull...

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. — 12 April 1884

V DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 117 We hro Front over SI 0000000 In iWondlnir nr rlirlit in tlio Durham Hull aHour tradMiiiuJr Undoubtedly ho is to day tlm iiiont valuable Hull in the world Now it stands to rrawiii that mo onldnt airord to protect liliu so thoroughly If H1AUKVKMAS HUM IHTItllAiU To lmcro of which ho 1h the representative wannt tho lliteJT MuoklnK Tobucco ever uiudc mum W r The Mien of IlIactMrllg Hull Durham Smoklnir lobaoco far extent thofo of any other brand In the world Pimply bceattso ft has Ix eu i and will l tho lrpt that cmi lm made All dealers have it huok for txudo uiark of tho Hull 011 every packao SPRING OPENING TVc take plnsiire Iniitinonncirm the prlng openlmrot our si el Mote til Mmket street next to Hechlngels clothing stoic will i fresh supply of Howe Seeds Garden Seeds flreenhotpjiMind beildlus plants of all kinds wbbuicunil loiniito plantFonloti sets sweet for seed mid hhwI potato plants rrnlt anil oinnincnlul li evergreens km pes Kfv ami all var...

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. — 12 April 1884

i TIIE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVE APRIL 12 1884 Tun Republicans of Georgia havo de clared for Arthur A tbst vote on tho Morrison bill is to be bad next Tuesday A bill to establish a postal telegraph ystem has bden favorably reported to tfeo Senate Joiix J Knox has sifjnilled his inton tion to resign his position ns controller f the currencv It is said at Lexington that Colonel Jwopos resignation is conditional and that he cm withdraw it if ho wishes to dofl Ov the HeViiity flvoor eighty colonels inJKentudcyat tho beginning of tho late war only about three thousand fivejliun dred romain Kiaink irets a royalty of eighty cents per book and ono hundred thousand volumes are already ordered Eighty thousmd dollars for one years workJis pretty fair wages Tin Jontral Exporting and Guarantee Company hti beon orgmizud atJJCyjn thiana with a capitd of 100000 Lewis Lcbus was elected President J M Kim brough Secretary and II P Stoll Treas urer Sympathy for tho Americin laborer tondor solieiilo f...

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. — 12 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN ftATURDAY EVE APRIL 12 1884 BOSSER MoCABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To WnoM ADDiiKHs all Communications W Tub factory for furniture Ileforc the mouth linn gnno Should go to work and mnko Nome beds Tho kind witti rockers on A great big lot a pile of em Will meet with leady snle If wo rany Judge by certnln signs We never know to fall Miss Lou Powlinu lias employed Miss Maud Smith an experienced trimmer whose work ie guaranteed to give the best Hatififrtction She is now receiving n spring stock of hats bonnets ribbons trimmings and millinery goods of all kinds Tint organization of the Maysville base ball clnb is in progress and it promises to bo one of tho best ever formed in the city Grounds luivb been rented from Messrs C P Dietrich Bro and will bo put in order immediately preparatory to beginning tho seasons sport Tm spring display of French bon nets and round hats by Mrs L V Davis announced for the 17th and 18th instant is looked forward to by the ladies with ...

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. — 12 April 1884

A ROMANCE OF THE WAR liie Strange Story a Family Quarrel Itovealed A Federal lrlonpr In Southern Prlton mill nn Uiiumored cnTlio UIvhI niitl Ilia Cowardly Revenue rfOROANTOWv N C April 13 In a marred hero between Mr and Mrs Alonzo Iiird tlio wifo in her passion blurted out a statement which caused her husband arrest fur a murder committed seventeen ytrs ago tho victim being an ox Federal odlcor Coptain llnphia Liv ingstone said to bo from Now York During the war Livingstone was confined in the Confederate prison at Salisbury Roso Austin tho pretty daughter of ouo of tho guards gave him delicacies and he formed for her a love thnt was returned Huo managed to effect tho Captains es rape Ho gave her a ring and promised to return after tho war and claim hor as his brldo After the war Miss Austin waited anxiously for her lover but could hear nothing of him and gavo him up for cloud Among her persistant suiters was Charles Bird bub she could not bring herself to agree to marry him In 107 ...

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. — 14 April 1884

S V DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 118 tmijmjmjmjmm wwww The best evidence In the world of the purity and exccUeuco of Blnckwella Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco in found tn tho fact that the fame of tlilx tobacco incrcanos from year to year Thin could not bo tho caoo If It were merely ratten up to sell or had any dubious or daiiRermis ingrc dleiita In it Anion millions of wen of all nationalities surely eomo one Mould find out If It were impure injurious or unpalatable For 18 years this tobacco has been acknowledged to to the but in the irorld and every year tho Bull Durham brand grows mora popular tho demand for I it wider and rmokers tnniAffttfltiatafitf nm Aitfa delicious natural flavor jXjt Ask your dealer for it HPT Oct the rcnuiuo trade- Jm I mark of the Dull 5J i i A raZMAwtt There Is no mischief done where lllaclcwellH Dull Durham SuioUuk Tobacco is Ufeod SPRING 0PENIN6 AW tn It o pleasure In nunonnclui the spring openltii it our seed stoic 01 Mmket Street nextto HeclitngJisel...

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. — 14 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVE APRIL 14 1884 Republican CoiiTentlon The convention wits called to order by the Chairman of the Mnson County Executive Committee Mr INewton Cooper Immediately Mr Maurice C llutchins of Maysville in n sliort speech nominated MrX Cooper for permanent chairman of the convention seconded by Mr Andrew Miller Mr W II Wndsworth Jrthon offered the name of his Honor Horace January Mayor of Maysville as a candidatofor permanent chairman Mr N Cooper resigning the chair called Mr A M J Cochran to that place who called for the- ayes and nays the house was so crowded that it occurred to Mr Maurice llutchins that a division was nececossary whiclQvas or lered and the homo dividing the tom porary chairman MnCochran decided Mr January eJectedrho having probably three to one of the votes in the house Mr January took the chair amid great applause and announced that nomina tions for permanent secretary tvero in or der Mr J M Stockton tliennominatodV 11 Wadworth Jr for that ...

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. — 14 April 1884

I 1 it rV la a THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVE APRIL 14 1884 bosber st McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Addkess Ali Communications Wk pauso to say a brilliant thought Across our mind has flashed Well go and shako an ollvo branch Atmashees and the mashed And If It doesnt quickly bring Tlio smiles unto their faces Well go and get a hlckoiy branch And dust their llltlo bases Ax Kastcr Card sent out recently by the New Republican is a very handsome piece of typographic work The funeral procession of Mr Henry Smoot on Sunday afternoon was one of the largest that ever passed through the city Mas A J GoauiK widow of Mr L B Qoggin died nt her residence in Wash ington on Sunday at the age of seventy five years Mr Guoitcn Stivkiis of Ripley has been appointed mail agent on the Morn ing Mail He is polite and accommo dating and is ceitain to give entire satis faction in the position Mn Tajiks Cuiitiss who lives near Lcwisburg ha left at this oTico two Early Rosepotatatoes of his own cr...

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