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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 April 1884

A PAttlC IN A THEATRE Ridiculous Cause of a Very Ser ious Danger A Drnnltcn Tlaii Kopllc to 11 Quo tlwf nud Set n Crowded IIouso lu Violent Agitation Wild Excitement Vew York April 31 A panic occurred last ovoning in Haverlys Brooklyn The atre which at ono time threatened to pro duce very sorioui results The house was crowdod at a performance of the Romany Ryo In the collar scene oi the fifth act are tho linos Whc is thorol A deep stillness reigned in the house as Mr Hardro who personated Hearne uttered tho words From tho crowdod gallery came a loud guttural I which dosoendod like a cry of fire The noise came from a drunken man who hud huddonly been aroused from sleep A number of people near tho door of tho gal lery clattered down stairs and the noist thus mado started a panic all over the theater Tho panic seemed to reach ovory part of tho house at the same timo JIon and women rushed frantically from the front seats and stumbled over thoso whc had already started A terrified cry ra...

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 April 1884

Ik r iT DAILY VOL 3 NO 125 uiiiiiiiiininiimniiiminnmniiD Toll the children to cut out nd mto the comic eilhouette pictures n they appear from Ibiub to leauo They will bo pleased with the collection fWZe Jh M J This space is owned by BLACKWELLS BTJIiIi Of couwo we mean tho famous animal arpcarlnp on tho label of eery jrcuulne package of Black wells Bull Durham Smoklns Tobacco Eery dealer keeps this tho but Bmoklntr Tobacco made None tfenuluo without trade mark of tho Bull SPRING OPENING We tnlte pleasure In announcing the spring opeiiinisot our seed siole 01 Mitrltct Htiecl nextto HechliigeisclolhinKstoie w Ith a fresh supply of Flower Seeds Garden Seeds Gieenhouse and bedtllne plants of nil kinds uibbimeund tomato plunnsonion mK iweei potatoes for seed and sweet pututo plants Fruit and orniiinonlal tree evergreens rapes loses and nil varieties ol plants and trees loiind iu a first class nursory Floral decorations lor funeral purposes and wed dings and parties unpolled with cut lower...

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 April 1884

3Sb7 THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVE A PHIL 22 1884 jSix circuses are now tn Kentucky Thr Indiana Kepublicans are for Blaino and Sherman Tiik number of Internal Revenue gaugera is to bo reduced The spring wheat prospect in the North west is said to be unpromising Covington lias just finished having a census taken and finds that alio has 33 53 inhabitants - m m One laiudredjand twenty three horses were- sold at Eminence Kyf at an aver age pricoof S ll It is thy opinion of the German Cholera Commission that there will be no out break of cholera in Kygpt this year Heavy rains have causedtho Hooding of considerable territory in Arkansas The railroads and crops are the greatest Miflerers Tin Republicans of Montgomery Coun ty sent uninstructedSdeleates to Louis ville but Irccomuieiuled Judge Holt for tlelegate at large Anour one hundred and forty horses are in training at the Lextmxton race track The spring meeting bids fair to be a greutjsuceeitt Xnw Mijc cLunw a papulation of two bundled...

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 April 1884

S- titeltitfM if iimw THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVE APRIL 22 1884 BOSSER MoCABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Address Alt Communications Tiiot out the flannels liuntup thoiurs Its the cussed est weather Weve seen for years Dont go In the garden And call for your Maud For this talk of the sprlrig Is a dad blasted fraud Womens Newport button and ties 1 jier pair at Hansons Tjik mnrket k well supplied with fish and the prices are low Wo uk began at the now pottery to day flood luck to the enterprise Tun new packet to run in the Mays vino and Augusta trade will make her first trip next Monday The news aent on the Handy Xo J has a supply of the Daily Bulletin and will furnish it promptly to all subcribers The street on the west side of Lime stone bridge is in a bad condition and ought to have the attention of the city immediately i - - Business is improving The merchants report a beter condition of things in all Mnos of trade A brisk business is ex pected and the met chants aio 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. — 22 April 1884

rSi r r t AT i TERRIFIC PICK Cincinnati to Now Orleans In Hours A Tout Run Indc With Great Succcm Over tlio Hiifliinntl Southern XIioiihuihIm oi Dollar Ileportcd nt Slulic New Orleans April 21 The limited express on the Cincinnati Southern Road which left Cincinnati yesterday morning at 10 oclock bearing tlio Douglass Division of tho Knights of Pythias of Ohio arrived here this morning at 0 oclock and twenty minute- making tho timo in transit twenty three hours and twonty minutes tho fastest titno ever made in a journey of that length It was a race between tho Louisville Nashville and tho Queen and Crescent Kouto as to who could mako tho fastest tiino from Cincinnati to 111 Is city tho f ormei road having made tho run in twenty eight hours and twenty-live- mliites on tho Munll Gras excursion Them was tho greatest interest manifested in tho special yestcrdaj and today it is safo to say that at leas 25000 peoplo flocked to the line of tho road to see tho groat train pass At some point...

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. — 23 April 1884

y u s M i ouVftrtrn VOL 3 NO 121 IHHlllliimimmiiyiiimiii AVE TIME ANI MONEY By using ose oACiroN fc lino GOOD INTENT TeU the children to cut out and tare the cotnle silhouette pictures as they appear from Inane to isroe They will be pleased with Ui collection H8Kr Jlft a This space Is owned by BIiACKWEIiLS BULL Of coiirpe tvo mean tlio famous animal appcttrlncr en tbo label of ccry gcuulxie packagoof Jilack wells Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco Every dealer keeps thl tlio but Smoking Tobacco made Nono genuine without tnde mark of tho Hull SPRING OPENING We tnlse pleasure In announcing the spring 0HliltitMt our seed store 01 Muiket Street ncstlo IlecblLgeiNcloihlngHloie with fresh upply of Rower Seeds Garden Seeds Greenhouse nntl bedillnir plants of all kinds cabbuueund toiniito plnnlsonlon sets sweet potatoes lor seed and sweet potato plants Fruit and ornainenlul trees evergreens grapes rosts and all varieties oi plants and trees ton tul m a Hist class nursery Floral decorations tor fun...

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. — 23 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE APRIL L3 1884 A jikavy snow foil nt Kansas City on Monday nifht The Maryland Ilepublicana liavo de flared for Blaine FiiouiniTioN has been rejected by tbo Massachusetts Leuislature It is now rumored that the See of St Peter wil bo removed to France The Louisrillo Exposition opens Au gust Kith and closes October 20th Fkank Jamks has conclusively proved nn alabi in the Mussel Shoals robbory case m Andhkw Biilck a pioneer of AdaniB County Ohio died on Monday aged eighty one years The war in Breathitt County has ended Circuit Court is now in session and per- iect peace prevails Cor WCGoodlok bus declined to ac cept the position of Collector of Internal Revenue in this district Gukat suiTering from lack of food is re- Tiorted from many places overflowed Lately by the Mississippi Tin cost of runnlngjan ordinary pas senger train of from six to ton coaches is said to be from 1 to12o a mile The lower House of the JLegislature has rcsonsidcrcd its action repea...

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. — 23 April 1884

1 - J v THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE APRIL 23 1884 BOSSES MoCABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whoh address All Communications Each grown upono And little tot Should strrightway buy An earthen pot For In that way Wo plainly tell The potter folks We wish em well The wreck Jof the True tobacco ware house at Aberdeen is being removed preparatory to the erection of a now miildinp Under a recent law passengers on Kieamboate are not allowed to remain in the pilot house Notices to that effect have lately been put up on all steamers Theiik will be ti meeting of the Mays Tillo Base Ball Club this evening at 730 clock at the Council Chamber for the purpose of electing officers All persons interested are invited James Roiiinson the universally ac knowledged barecack rider of all the earth will positively appear at both performances of Sells Brothers circus in this city next Satuaday lie is the only man in any profession who absolutely kas no rivals Dont fail to see him Tun board of equal...

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. — 23 April 1884

I j DOilESTIO TMGM Tho Trouble Wrought by a Hand some Woman Iffurder mid Attempted Sillrldo Itroilglit Abntit lit n Peaceful IcilllMjrlvnillu Vlllnuo by Uciiullril Stranger Lapoutb Pa April 23 James Grubb well kuown former living near here married a young girl named Fannlo May about four years ago Miss May camo hero shout ve years ago fr un Philadelphia and sstabluned a district ichool Sho was a tnll haiidsomo blonde and with hor viva cious taking way sooi becanio a favorite tvitli the male populati n Bnt as her name becamo mixed up in various scandals sho gradually foil into dibroputo among the wotneu finally losing tho friendship of all in tho village with tho exception of a Mrs Hlgbeo and young Grubb who seemed to have confidence in tho womans purity In 1680 Grubb married tho woman and for two years all went well In 1S83 tho couple moved to Chicago whero Grubb se cured employment in a railroad oflleo Dur ing their stay in Chicago a child was born to them but died in a fow months ...

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 April 1884

il2lw c r DAMIwY fiVOL 3 NO 127 iiiiiiiiiniiiinniiiiiniimiiiiiiiinp Tell tho children to cut nut and ftaro the comic rilhouette pictures as they apiear from lwme to will bo pleased with the collection fin nv f - - jGW ffi tS1 Of course Ve rnran the famous animal appearing on tho label of tncry kcuuIuo package of Black wells Dull Durham Smoking Tobacco Eery dealer keeps this tho but fimoklner Tobacco made Nono genuine without trade mark of tho Bull iiimiinmriTTHfiinntinsTifTini SPRING OPENING We take pleasure In announcing the spi Ing opening id our seed stole CI Miirkil Stiel next to HechliigerHcloihingstoie with a fresh tuipply of Flower Seeds Garden Seeds Greenhouse and bedding plants of nil kinds cuhbaueuud tomato Ium onion sets sweet for seed ntnl sweet potato plunts Potntoes ornamental tiers evergreens grapes roses and all varieties ol plant and trees loutut tn a first class nursery Floral decorations lor funeral purposes and wed dings and parties supplied without lowers U F DI...

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 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE APRIL 24 1884 Valuable deposits of tin have lately bocn discovered in North Carolina The Louisiana election passed off qui etly and tlio entire Democrat ticket was elected m The Republican delegation from Mis sissippi stands Arthur 1G Blaine 1 Logan 1 m The Elliott monument will bo unveiled at Frankfort to day The address will be delivered by Hon Isaac Caldwell of Louisville The Kentuckian says hemp seed is scarce at Paris and commands 4 a bush el The sowing this year will be tho fcmallest for many years The House bill to prevent stock from running at large in this csunty has passed lhe Senate also a bill for the benefit of turnpike roads in this county An entertainment for the benefit of tho proposed Confederate Home will bo given at JIcCauloysTheatrein Louisville on Saturday afternoon and evening Tin Central Kentucky Exportation Company have on hand 10000 barrels of whisky at Cynthiana for shipment in a few days to Hamburg Bremen and Nnssau J 1 CoKN...

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 April 1884

It 11 THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE APRIL 24 1884 bosbeb McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom addbksj Am Communications On Baturday of course you know Youll be In town to see tlio show And when you como Just walk right In To Bee the Daily Bulletin Thk Frankfort Street Railway Com pany has been incorporated by the Leg islature Dn IIendiuck will preach at the Third Btreet Presbyterian Church next Sunday morning and evening Hum turnpike toll is working more tgaiiuttlio business interests of MaysTille than any other one cause wo know An entertainment under the auspices of the M E Church in Coopers new to Viacco warehouse is among the pleasant probabilities John Wiikeleii oilers this week the finest bass of the season The aro un usually fine Ho receives fresh salmon and other fish every day The first day of the Woodward and Urassfield horse sales at Lexington a total of eighty head were sold lor an ag gregate of 17020 averaging 211 The Maysyille District Conference of the M E Ch...

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 April 1884

MR JOYCE is mmi He Claims Proprietorship of tha English Earthquake AVtiat the ODonovnu Hoia Clrclo Jlnve to Say About Clio Itcucul r f Ui KInIi OomnsotloiiVcry Terrible Thrcntv New YonK April 24 Wo have been expecting this ovory day joyfully re markwl Patrick Joyce right bower to ODohovan Rossa Vigorously rubbinfe his hundi in deep oxcoes of satisfaction wtiilo lie end tlio cablo dispatch escribing tho effects of tho sorthqunko In England lias Mr llossars scientific warfaro any thing to do with the disturbance I was asked I toll you wo havo bcon expecting it every day I observe thnt England calls it an earthquake Wo are not surprised that she should seek thus to nrevaricato about tho facta Do you expect anything else Yes cheorf ully respondod Joyco tho dynamite lieutenant wooxpect that some thing worse will happen to morrow lias Rossa yet expressed his sentiments on tho ovonti Mr Rossa responded Joyco soveroly has no need to oxpross his sentiments to you Ho agreos with mo that wo do...

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 April 1884

DMM EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 128 IMWiiiiiLiiiiaimiiniiiiiiiiimifmT 4 Tell tho children to cut out and rsto the comic fcUhouctto pictures as they appear from Issue to issue They will lie pleased with the collection WkL Jh 1 a This space is owned by BLAOKTWELIiSBULK Of course xro non the famous animal aproarlnp on the label of every guanine package of Iilaclc wells Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco Every doalcr keeps this tho beat Smoking Tobacco made Nono genuine without trado mark of tho Bull SPRING OPENING Vc take plfiisuic In announcing the spring openinsjot our seed Moie til Market Htn ct nextlo Heohlugcisclotbingstoio with 1 fresh nupply of Flower Seeds Garden Seeds Greenhouse und bedding plants of nil kind dibbiiuiiiul toin iit plant onion sets sweet potntoes lor seed find sweet potato plant Fruit and ornamental tiecs evergreens grapes roses and all ynrlotics ol plnutHiiud tieei found iu a flint class nurMry Floral decorations lor tuncral purposes mid wed dings and pintles supplied ...

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 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVE APRIL 25 1884 Tub Ohio Republican delegation stands Blaine twenty six Sherman eixteen m The Republican delegates from Mich igan are divided between Blaine and Edmunds Tub Connecticut Republicans indorsed Arthur and sent an uninstructed delega tion to Chicago - MississtiTi sends an almost solid Ar thur delegation to the National Republi can Convention at Chicago Col V C P Bkkckknridge will prob ably have no opposition for the Congress ional nomination in the Fayette disttict m m Tick total amount of the second days Mies of horses by Woodward fc Bras field at Lexington was 30300 for 80 head an nverage of 37875 1 i The Holers case has been continued until the November term of the Robcrt ertson Circuit Court The defendants vere released on 10000 ball each The Internal Revenue receipts for the first nine months of the present fiscal yenr agKregate374340S3againstS107l59337 ior the corresponding period of the pre vious year The long statement made by Corneil 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. — 25 April 1884

V THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVE APRIL 25 1834 bosser McCarthy Publishers ami Proprietors To WnOM ADDUK88 ALL COMMUNICATIONS Wk are opposod As a general thins To any kind of Clique or ring But now In ntr Our hat wo fling And say long live The circus ring Thk river is rirfng at this place and at points above Tin new Odd Fellows1 hall at Ripley wll he dedicated to morrow The City Council of Augusta has wisely prohibited the use of the rubber sling ticre Painters white washers eii carpet men and carpenters are busy as bees just now Judge Reid has begun his canvass for the Appellate Judgeship Ho declines to accept Corneilsons proposition Thk liver of a chicken killed this morn 3ujby Messrs Parry Thompson weigh ed one and one quarter pounds m Shoes of all kinds are cheaper in Muys 511e this season than ever known before and stocks are larger and more complete A pulverizino match between two iiegro women on Front street this morn ing attracted a good deal of attention They were arrested Pn...

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 April 1884

THE BOGUS GOLD FIELD Later Developments in the Colorado Case How the Job Wnn Put Up and Car ried Out That Dcrclved liven Some of tlio Old Hcndw Denver Col April 35 From develop mouts made to day there no longer exist any doubt but that the alleged discoveries of gold at Mount Pisgah this Stato which have sot the country alire with excitement la ono of tliu most euloscl and best planned frauds ever perpetrated in a mining coun try Telegrams from there to night stuto that hundrods of disappointed mou aro leaving the now dig gings never more to return It has been proven beyond a doubt that the ground was salted This has resulted in so many conflicting assays and tests made from gravel taken from tho Toller shaft ran high in gold but samples of dirt from neighboring points did not show oven a traco of gold This created suspicion but the salting of tho mines could not bo proven in time to head olf tne rush of mou who camo pouring in like mad from all tho neighboring towns in somo casos 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. — 26 April 1884

DAILY VOL 3 NO 129 iiumiiBMimiBiiiiiBmiiupmm Tell the children to cut out and save tbs comlo filbouctta pictures asthey appear from laue to iasue Thoy will bo plowed witli Uio coUecUon This spaco la ownodby BLACKWELLS BULIi Of conrBO we mean the f anions animal arrfarinR on tho label of eery grenuino packagoof Black urells Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco Eery dealer keeps this tho beat Smoklnif Tobacco made None trcnuino without trade mark of tho Hull SPRING OPENING We take pleasure In announcing the spring openitit ot our seed stoic II Alirket Street uextto HichlngeiselotliUw stoic wltliifresji supply of Flower Seeds Garden Seeds Greenhouse aud bedding plants of all kinds cubbuueund tomato plunlKonlon Hts nveit potatoes tor seed and sweet potato plants Fruit and ornamental tree evergreens grapes roses and all varieties ol plants and trees found iu a first class nursery Moral decorations tor Mineral purpose mid wed dings and parties ffl i17difcw2mo Kentucky Nurserle AVE TIME AN1 MONEY I...

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 April 1884

TIIE DAILY BULLKTLN SATUrtDAY RVE APRIL 20 1834 Tiik LouiBvilio registration bill ha pass ed both branches of the Legislature The latest accounts from Louisiana put tho Democratic majority in that State at ilfty thousand i m The National Convention of tlio Pro hibition and Homo Protection party is 3s postponed till July 23rd m A tamff for protection ia arbitrary and therefore unjust because ono class of citizens the consuniow are taxed to Hopport in wealth tho manufacturer m Tjik sentiment throughout the West and South is that n tariff for protection is oppressive is unjust and no bettor than legalized robbery of tho many for the benefit of a wealthy few ETBlaink encountered a reverse in the Kew York State convention The Ar thur men and Edmunds men combined Tho four delegates at large are for Ed munds with Arthur for second choice A LAiiae crowd of menwho utteinpted o take Win 0 shorn o from theljail at Mt Sterling on Thursday night to lynch him were foiled by the bravery of Tailoi ...

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 April 1884

i THE DAILY BULLETIN 6ATURDAY EVE APRIL 20 1884 ROBBER MoOABTHY Publishers and Proprietors TO WnoK ADDRE8S ALL COMMUNICATIONS The painted paper On the wall Is ample notlco To you all Not lo fall This day to go And see of all The greatest show Is it leap year that made spring so ehy a coming forward Kbkp a lookout for confidence men and fiek pockets to day Messrs Myall Rilev received two handsome new hearses yesterday Spbikq chickens and spring fashions are about neck and neck in the race iTissaid that cayenne pepper sprinkled about rat holes will drive the rats away Tun large crowd in town is doubtless riracted by the Democratic Convention m Akothkh liood is reported in the Big Bandy At last accounts it was rising at the rate of eighteen inches an hour 11k L Ed FKARcn has bought the ma chinery of tho Ashland spoko factory and will remove it to Chattanooga Tenn Tun steamer Virgio Lee has been seiz ed for debt at Cincinnati and is now in the hands of the United States Marshal mi Impor...

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