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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 14 April 1884

NEWS OF OTHER LANDS Current Events In Countries Over the Sea Lnfvrdicft Bnrrcttn Great Succcmi 1b XiOiitlou iITIore About tlio Latest Fcitliui ArrCNlN In Unglaud Other Foreign News Londov April 14 Mx Lawronco Bar rett tbo American actor made his first nppearunco before an English audience at the Lyceum Theater The house was crowded by a largo and unusually critical audience Among those present woro Mr Oscar Wilde Mr W S Gilbert Lotta and many of tho most eminent dramatic critics of London Throughout tte progress of the play Yorricks Lov6 tho groatest enthusiasm prevailed Mr Jarrett bolng loudly encored at tho end ot each act and having to present himself thylco beforo the curtain in order to quiet tho audience In answer to many loud calls for u bpeech Mr Barrett stopped forward nnd with soma show of agitation thanked his audienco in a few briof words for the kindness with which he had beon received He said that Mr Irving had cabled biro from America promising him a splendid re cepti...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 April 1884

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 120 w w wi w 5I Tho best evidence in the world of the purity and czcollouco of Blackwells Hull Durham Smokier Tobacco la found In the fact that the fame of this tobacco increases from year to year This could not be the cane if it woro merely gotten up to sell or hod any dubious or dangerous ingre dients in It Among millions of uccrs of all nationalities surely sorno one would find out If it were impure injurious or unpalatablo For 18 years this tobacco has been acknowledged to bo the let in teorlJ aud every year tho Dull Durham brand grows more opular the demand for it wider and FinoKcrs more enthusiastic o er its delicious natural flavor Ask your dealer for it Oct the genulno trade mark of tho Bull T TberclsnomlRchlefdonewhere WKj I lllacknclls Dull Durham X HiuoUujf Tobacco is used ft SPRING OPENING Wp take plnsuie In announcing the spring openluiMii oui Mjeil store 01 Murket Stieet nextto Hechiugeisclollilngstoie with fresh Htipply of Flower Seeds ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE APRIL 10 1884 Democratic Convention In pursuance of the call of tho State Central Committee the Democrats of Mason County are notified to meet in mass convention on Saturday April 20 1SS4 at the court house in Muysville Ky to select delegates to represent tho county in tho State Convention that meets at Frankfort Ky on May 7th for tho purpose of selecting delegates to at tend the National Democratic Conven tion at Chicago on July 8th to nominate a candidate for President and Vico Pres ident GarrkttS Wau Chairman Dcm Ex Com The Blaino boom is getting to be a very serious one Tin Blaino men captured tho Catletts burg convention with very little effort m A dill to repeal tho fish law lias passed tho Kentucky House of Repre sentatives It is probable that tho bankrupt bilj which comes up soon will ho debated for ten or twelve days It is said an organized movement is on foot to nominate Grant and Lincoln at the Chicago convention A hill is before Congress ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 April 1884

V THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE APRIL 10 1884 HOSSER MoOARTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Address ali Communications tfc Bi kino litis interviewed the birds But failed to get rt note And so lias gone to work to mako A winter petticoat j The latest style and of a kind To make old winter grunt llccaulbe you bee the petticoat Is trimmed with pin a In front Tim bill to prevent the sale of intoxi fjiting liquors at Mayslick lias passed both Houses of the Legislature A handsome cane the work of Mr A Worries over fifty years ago is on exhibi bition at Ballcngers jewelry store It is the property of Mr Frod Otto The business house of Mr Paul Hoe ilich on Market street is to be remodeled and handsomely improved The work we are informed will begin immediately At the election for councilman in the First ward to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr A A Wadsworth Mr Conard lludy was elected without opposition Some of V S Franks friends presisted in voting for him but ho Mas ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 April 1884

THE NIAGARA MYSTERY Startling Statement By Ono of the Family Heller Tlmt One of the Inrllcn AVn Murdered uutt Tlmt the Otlior Committed Sulfide Oilier CaCiicrul Speculation Niaoaiia Falls April 10 A sensation was causod to day by tho declaration of Martin Pearson son of tho man murdered on Luna Island by Thomas Vcdder who then jumped into tho cataract that his father had killed his undo and thon com mitted sulcldo Young Pearson thinks his father had n revolvor that he tried to kill htmsolf was proventod by Vodder whom ho then strauglod and pushed over into th roaring abyss Ills father thon shot hinv self Charles Vedder a brother of tho dead man thinks that Pearson committed suicide and that Voddor horri fied lest ho should bo accusod of murdor followed his example There was no struggle Pearson was klllod by a pistol shot fired into tho back of his hoad followod by auothor bullet Death was Instantanoous Whether Voddor then committed sulcldo grows more doubtful every day nnd many bell...

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. — 17 April 1884

OPIUM wm r i The best evidence In the world of the purity aiid excellence of Dlackw ells Bull Durham Brooking Tobacco is found In tlio fact that the fame of thlH tobacco Increases from year to year This could not bo tho case If it were merely rotten up to dell or had any dubious or dangerous Ingre dients In it Among millions of users of all nationalities surely soma ono would Aqd out if it were Impure Injurious or unpalatable Tor 18 J ears this tobacco has been acknowledged to lie the bnt in the world and eery year tho Hull Durham brand irrows more ioputar tho demand for ii wider ana einoxcrs nioracnthusiastlaotcrits delicious natural flat or Ask your denier for it Get tun Kenuiuo trade mark of the Hull i m 4t dWjf p M JP k 1 TberolHuomlschlefdonowhcre Mff I UlackMeUH Dull Durham Wt 1 SuioLhig Tobacco U used Mm SPRING OPENING Wo lake pknsuie itinntinnnclni the spilng opening ol ouii eei moie JI Market Htieel nexttoHeclilugerscloiliinKhtoie with afresh tupply of Flower Seeds Garden S...

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. — 17 April 1884

- THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY KVE APRIL 17 1884 Thk Lower Houso of the Legislature haa rmsaetl n bill to establish a State Board of ClinrititS Tin first horse silu of the season toojc place at Lexington on tho 15th Sixty- ono head brought S1J500 an average of 222 m Thk stockholders of the Glen Mary Coal mines most of whom live in Lex ington are informed that tho territory on which tho mines nrelsituated is claim ed by Texas parties Wk recommend to our Republican friends tho following from the St Louis Giobo Democrit Of all sweet words of tongue or pun the sweetest is harmony particularly when tho other fellow war bles it while you stand with ono foot on his neck wliettinu your knife to scalp him Tin world moved Womens claim to exorcise the rilitof suffrigo has been ac knowledged as well ag foiindcdTJby the Legislature of the Canadian Lrovincclof Novia Scotia so far as municipal elections are concerned This has not been done however without pwuliir and some what significant restricti...

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. — 17 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE APRIL 17 1884 BOSSER MoCABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Addhes3 alii Communications Bkcauhe the snn Is out to day Dont put your overcoatawny And on the shelf your flannels fling Because you know this isntsprlng Do Hot miss the lecturo The Boss Devil of America Friday night Tin steamer Kntio Prather has enter ed the Manchester and Vanceburg trade T UK usual prayer meeting will bo held nt the Southern Methodist Church this evening at half past seven oclock m Dr Tkacy closes his course of lectures on Friday night with a popular lecture The Boss Devil of America The press speaks well of it Oliver Williams was convicted in the Circuit Court yesterday of selling liquor to minors on two counts and was lined 50 in eajh case II o was sunt to jail at hard labor William Nkl tho last of tho Ash land murderers was taken to Grayson for trial on the 15th inst lie way guarded by a small posse of men armed with shot guns Xcal still maintains his innocence and...

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. — 17 April 1884

CONDENSED NEW3 W i I TnK Crown Princo Rudolph und wlfi have started for Turkey Queen Victoria and Princess Beatrice havo started for Darmstadt The Cointo Ribbing French dramatic untlior la doud aged eighty four The taper mill of Isenborg Brothers at Loulsvillo has burned Loss 20000 par tially insured B P Laiined Pre sldent of the Union Bank at Albany died suddenly Wednes day morning Aotino Vice President Edmunds is qulto ill from a severo cold Ho was in bed all day yusterday and was not feeling much better to day A private telegram statos that Wads worth Nevada was completely destroyed by flro yesterday No particulars Telo grnphic communication is interrupted Yaquima City Washington Territory was visited yesterday by a heavy llro and several largo stores wore burned The lost will exceed 00000 The insurance is light Yesterday afternoon Joseph Casey was bunged at Tucson Ari for the murder o Jailer Holbrook last April in attempting to break juil Ho refused to rovcal his right namo or 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. — 18 April 1884

D AIL Yi T EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 122 T lftpwRX The best evidence In the world of the purity and excellence of HlickwelTs Hull DurhAiu Smolcluft Tobacco Is found lu the fact that the f amo of this tobacco increase from year to year ThU could not be the case If It were merely rotteu tip to sell or had any dubious or dangerous ingre dients in It Anion millions of iieern of all nationalities rarely tome one would find out If it were impure injurious or unpalatable Forl8 years thtitobiicco lion been acknowledged to bo the bat in the uorhl and mery year the Bull Durham brand grows moropomlar the demand for it wider and rmokcrw mnrocnthuelafitloorcrits delicious natural flavor Ask your denier for it Oct the trenuluo trade mark of tlio Dull jJf I Hf I aVI g I H l There In no mischief done where IKc lilnckncllB Dull Durham QM i bmoklu Tobacco in used tun spring qpekig7 Wii tnle nlrnsure In announclm the ui hi opening l our seed stole 11 Market Sticot duxuo iiecningeiscioiuiiinhinie wmi 1...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 18 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVE APRIL 18 1884 TiiKculy passage of the bankrupt bill is very possible Tub Democrats of West Virginia have instructed for Tilden TitK South Carolina delegates to Chi eago will vote for Arthur m Tun Senate bus disposed of seventy five sections of the bankruptcy bill The statute of Judge John M Elliott will be unveiled at Frankfort on the 24th Inst - Tiic trial of Willium Neal hns boon tontinued by the Carter Criminal Court until next Monday Toiiacco dealers in somo of the large cities have naked Congress to let the tax on that article alone Tin 2Jev York Republican delegates ire not instructed but they aro known to be anti Arthur by a large majority Tin Republican Sttto Convention of Illinois renominated OJesby for Gov ernor and indorsed Loirm for President Coxuimmsmvn Findlay of Baltimore will introduce a bill in tho House to niKlisli the taxes on whisky and tobacco Thk judgment of the M i on Creuit Court in the ease of Wells against Maley bus been alliri...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 18 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FEIDAY EVE APRIL 18 1884 HOSSBB MoCABTHY Publishers and Proprietors lo Whom addhesb Ali Communications Dont put your trust In lotteries for 11 Is very plain That where the lightning cnce lins struck It never strikes again Bo Kittle down and be content with what dame fortune sends And know that honest labor will pay bettor dividends Jamks Koiiinsov thu renowned bare oaek rider will positively appear at both the afternoon and night performances of Hells Brothers Circus on the 26th inst JiH a rider he has no equal in the world JilErfsus 0 C Doiiyns and Tas Robin wins Sunday school took an airing in the tars yesterday aftern6on It was the finest looking and the merriest lot of lit tle Mother Ilubbards ever assembled to gether rKRaONALh Mr M 15 MuKrcll is oxpected homo from Cincinnati next week Mrs Hannah Wooodward of Ripley lias just received n pension allowance of HGOO Ov the occasion of the visit of Sella Brothers circus to this city on Saturday the 2Gth inst excurs...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 18 April 1884

CONENDSED NEWS Ghtcerai BKdeau writes a cnrd dcnyln he was recalled x The roportod resignation of Cardinal Iodochowskl is denied The strike of factory operatives nt Titsehen Bohemia has ended Mns Nat Goodwin hotter known as Eliza Wenthersby is seriously ill The Socialist Pokorny was sontonced to fix months Imprisonment for belonging to n secret society Mllk Colomuikh Is coimnitted for trial for outraging public morals in her book Sarah Rariiuin Von Bulow has boon deprivod of his title as Court Musician for insulting tiio Direc tor of tho Royal Theatre Thk Washington Mouumout at Washing ton will probably be completed by the 1st of November The appointment of Frinco Chun the Eniperorp father to control tho Grand Council of tho Chinese Umpire has mot -with great opposition but tho Empress has overrulod it Tiie English Government has docided to postpono tho contemplated reduction of tol egraph rates from a shilling to six ponc jer thirty words John Clabauoii and son Jacob were made tho ...

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. — 19 April 1884

t rv DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 12IJ ft Y T f T T Tho beet evidence In ihe world of the rurity and eicollcuco of ltlackwells Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco Is founilin the fact that the f auie of thin tobacco lucreavoa from year to year TliU could not be the caeo If It were merely irotttn up to sell or had any dubious or diuig croiis lugro dlcnU In it Anion mllltonN of lifers of all nationalities purely sonio ono would llrid out If It were impure Injurious or unpalatable 1or 1 year Mil ft tobacco haB been acknowledged to 1x3 the bitt in tht irorM and every year tho Hull Durham brand grow g mora opular tho demand for It wider aud miokcrs At I Ullclom natural flavor Ki I Ask your dealer for It Hrl I Oct tlm kuu1iio JV I mark of tho Hull 1 TT 1 heroin nniuiwJilrf done whers UlnckwellH Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco 1b used SPRING OPENING Wo takcppasnioliiaunoiiiiclim tlm prlng fipiiiluu ot our seed stole il Mtiiltet street noxtlo IlcriihiguiHcluihiugxtoie with i fresh Hiipply of Flower ...

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. — 19 April 1884

TOEJjAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVE APRIL 10 1884 BLANDER Twas but a breath- And yet tin- flr good name was wlltetl Aud I rlontlx once loud grew cold and silent And lite was worse tlinn dentu One venom word That struck Its cowa il poisoned blow 3n eiaveu wh spers hushed and low Auu yet the wide world heard Twas but one whisper one That multoied low for very hhame The thing t lint tdauderdaro not name And yet lis work ws done A hint so slight And yet so nillity in Us power A hutniin soul In one short hour Lies crushed beneath Its blight Blaine has secured the Delaware- dele gates Tim Hazard Exemption Bill has pass liotli Houses of tho Legislature Yellow fever prevails nt Vera Cruz Mex and tliiteen deaths have occurred AtiTiibK is the ehoiee of thoIAlabainn KepubliiMiis with Log m second choice Uismauck desire- u speedy decision his propoial to quit tho Prussian Minhtiy - The ICentucljy LfgHatuiu has given three hundred books to tho Cincinnati law library Thirty head of horses sold at Lex...

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. — 19 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVE APRIL 10 1884 HOSSER MoCARTHY Publishers and Proprietors 7 Whom address All Communications This weather Is the kind of thing That makes us think its real spring And Judging by tlio looks to day The flckio iass has como to Rtny There are over two hundred itb of gas in Maysville - - TiiKfpeeinl enrwith ono of the best drivers on tho line will be out to-morrow ngnin Maysviimjh good friend tho pig is in fine condition and ready for a lively campaign Mn Thomas Tvikr has sold tho Ger mantown stage line to Mr Sam Tollitt of Tollesboro The pork house building at the corner ol Second und Limcdtonu streets is un dergoing repair A tkam of white horses belonging to Furkcr Hopper were sold this week lo Jefferson Clary of Mayslick Sklls 15rotiuiis circus will pitch tents on Pcarcou lot in tho First Ward and ot in Chesier as some persons suppose Tun name of tho new boat to ply be tween this city and Augusta is the Ton awandn She will be ready for business next week ...

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. — 19 April 1884

WHY WHEAT WILL GOU Statistics Dodgo Gives Somo Eufcei tial Reasons Tc Length of Time Ilrqillrcil Co tribute tlio Wliont Crop Metier Velvet Anticipated lor tlio Coming Soimoii Washington April 10 Tho low prlcei of wheat oro not looked upon Lore as likoly to bo permanent It is a singular fact but a fact norertheloss that it taken about two yeurs to distributo the wticat crop Tlu wheat which was grown last year has not fairly gotten into the markets of the world mid will not for some tltuo yot so says the Department of Agriculture and its otllciah who niuko a very close study of this sub ject I do not think said Trofossoi Dodgo tho stitistlcan of the Department talking to your correspondent that the prices of wheit are going to bo very high but I do not a how they should remain low Tho who it crop of the world last year was 250000000 below that of i That one was unusually great being 150000000 in exvess of tho average crop of tho world It takes two years or nearly that for tho crop to ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 April 1884

D AIL Y1T EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 124 uiiiniHUMiimummuimnmniD Tell the children to cut out and gave the comic atlhouetta pictures m they appear from Imuc to Issue They will bo pleased with the collection K J This spneo Is owned by BIiACKWEIiLS BULL Of conrw we mean tho fflmona animal appcarlcfr on the label of eery jcuuiuo jackagoof Black wells Dull Durham firnoliinp Tobacco Ecry dealer keeps this tho but Smoking Tobacco ma Jo None genuine without trade mark of tho Hull SPRING OPENING We take pleasure In unnonncinc the spring opening of our seed nIoic 11 Miitkel Kticcl nexttollcchlugerscloihlngstoie wlthifiesh supply of Rower Seeds OPIUM Garden Seeds Ureeuhouse and beddliiK plants of nil kinds CAbbimeund tomato plantsonion sets sweet potatoes for seed ami sweet potato plants Fruit unci oriiunientHl evergreens crapes io es unu ail varieties 01 pmnisniui trees found 111 a first class nursery Floral decorations lor funeral purposes and wed dings and parties supplied with cut Ilnweis ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 April 1884

TIIE DAILY BULLETIN fJQNIAY BVE APRIL 21 1884 The Oregon Democrats have declared for Tiltieti nnd Hendricks The reports of a famine in South Car olina fire pronounced untrue Cholera at Calcutta is increasing and there were 237 deaths there from thrt disease last week The business failures in the United States last week were 160 The week previous there were 214 The Kentucky House of Itcpresenta lives has passed tho Geological Survey and Immigration bills -- m - All tho election cases in South Car olina some two hundred in number have been dismissed by tho United States Attorney A petition to Congress advocating a twenty per cent reduction of tho tariff is being circulated among tho working men of Pittsburg Senator ilsov has oilered a resolu tion setting forth that Congress has the right to regulate inter State commerce included railroadufFairs The returns from tho Republican pri maries in twenty three assembly districts in tho city of New York shows sixty eight delegates for Arthur 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. — 21 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVE APRIL 21 1884 bosseb McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Address Ali Communications Elkvkn oclock the hour you meet Is fixed because yon know That afternoon youll want to go And see Sells Brothers show Hunt DoYLKd new show window is attracting much attention i Gkorge Gates has sold his barber fchop to Charles J Anderson The Sunday Morning Calls remarks about the Georgia Btory are so good it fehould by all means give us the story itfcelf Attention is directed to the announce ments made by J C Pecor Co drug gists and booksellers in another column Spring was called away suddenly on Sunday niht and has not yet returned In point of reliability the impression is growing that she is a fraud Du A Gomivtein the well known culist is in the city and will remain for several days lie can bo consulted by those who wish glosses fitted to their cyesoithis rooms at Miss Nancy Wilsons corner of Sutton and Third streets The indignant people of Mt Sterling have han...

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