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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 April 1884

P v New Goods I Clean Goods Cheap Goods Mens Calf Solid EVERY PAIR WARRANTED Btf tiTSllk i9j lhl jHHH SI rAMESSMITU JR OO FAXNTBR Paper Hunger and Glazier Decorations n specially wont piompiiy anu Nausiaciouiy done Heallquarters drug store at J u recor a lob mch27d6m MANUFACTORY F L TRAYSER Dealer In first class PIANOS ORGANS ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED Fronjt Street Mnyvlille T1W tin ITU WAHDLE DENTIST Office Court Street nplCdly Maysvllle Ky MKc ft TVTINS LOU FOWLING FASHIONABLE MILLINER Fall Hats Millinery Goods Bonnets Bib bons Flowers and Millinery Goodsgenernlly Entire sntlsfacllon guaranteed In all cases Becond opposite Opera Hoifse may41y T Lowry Dealer In FAMILY GROCER ES Tens 4ueciBHware Cigars Glassware Tobnccos Motions Highest cash prlco paid lor country produce JylSatf Corner Fourth and Plum streets IAVIN FUKNIKIIINnciOODSnml olothhstg Hats Caps Trunks and Valises The latest Inll styles lust received Market St nplOdly MAYBVILLH KY PLUMBER Sanit...

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. — 28 April 1884

r t n imfSH VOL 3 NO IS iiuuiuuiiuimim Durham lshlstorle It wis nentrsl around daring the armistice between Sherman ud Johnson Soldiers of both armies filled their pouches 1th the tobacco stored there and alter thVmirrender marchedhome ward Boon orders came from Kaet West North and 8outhfor nioreof that elegant tobacco Then ten men ran an unknown factory Now It employs 800 men nsea the pink and pick of the Golden Belt and the Durham Bull Is the trade mark of this the best tobacco In the world Blackwells Bull Durham Brooking Tobacco has the largest eale of aur smoking tobacco In the world Whr Simply because It Is the but All dealors havo it Trade mark of the Bull AVK TIMK AND JIOJfKY By uslug 6 SkH If hed rone for a pack JB un of Blackwells Bull jtSUH Durham Bmokinir To r V H bacon as he wae told he SPRING OPENING Wo take nlrasure In announcing Hie serins opening ot our seed st of II Murltet fctieeti next to Hechlugetscloihtnivtoie with fresh nuppiy 01 Flower Seeds Garden Seeds Green...

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. — 28 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETINS MONDAY EVE APRIL 28 1884 The House hus passed tho renitontiary bill with tlio amendments mudo in tho Senate Tin Cntn nnniTintlnll t ITtlitrll fo TAnrt plar will bo held at Bowlina Green May zim aim Mus MvitA Gaines claim ujjainst tho Government amounting to 48000 has been approved by the House A healthy sign oJ the times is that all the railroads of the country are taxed to accomodate tho freight oflered in i i m m i i The Houso Committe on Judiciary has reported adversely on tho womaud suf frage constitutional nmondment The Greenbackeraol Maine have nom inated II B Eaton for Governor and recommended Gen Butler for President The bill to establish a State board for the equalization of assessments will he considered by tho Houso of Representa lives next Tuesday Three Republican districts in land have instructed for Blaino and two for Arthur while a sixth district is divid ed between tho two Under a recent ruling of the Com missioner of Internal Revenue tlto Feb rua...

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. — 28 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVE APRIL 28 1884 bosses McCarthy- Publishers and Proprietors To Whoh Address Am Communications i -Uh Too much circus Were pained to say 19 wliataflects gome bonds to day Tiik Lexington raceB begin May 7th TiiK Btroet cars carried 3000 passengers onSaturday and 1200 on Sunday MEssns Lane it Wowuck are engaged to liiv putting in nn iron front at Neptune Hall Mk William McClelland of tbis County sold n few days ago to Strader 7efferson a fine couch horse for 258 Tjik Democratic Conventibn on Satur day resembled a meeting of the Young Mens Christian Union it was so lamb like m The first snake of the season was killed by Mr Hermann Lange on water works Ml Sunday afternoon It was a very large one Sells Bkothers1 Circus and Menagerie although exhibiting on Saturday under very unfavorable circumstances gave sat isfactory entertainments About 3000 persona attended in the afternoon and an equally large number at night Mrs John Fox died of consumption on Saturday aft...

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. — 28 April 1884

TARIFF ACT WORKINGS Tho Report of Sir Nimmo to the Treasury iatercfttlns Stntlxtlrii In Connection With American Import and ITInn ufacturcM nnect of Hie Luiit Turin Act WASiuifOTOK April 2a Mr NImmo Chief of tho Bureau of Statistics has banded to the Socrotary of the Treasury his report in regard to tho operations of the tariff act of March 18S2 It appears that that act caused a reduction of about six per cent In the average advolorem rate of duty of Imports In detail tho charges wero as follows Sugar and molasses a roduction of nine and thirty two ono hundredths por cent iron and steel and manufacttrurs thoreof a rodnction of six and fiftoen por cont clothing wool a roduc tlan of nino and eight per cent combing wool a roduc tion of eleven and twenty sovon por cont carpet wool a reduction of 6ix and one ono hundrodths por cont manufacturers of wool a roduction of four and fltty two ono hundrodths por cont manufacturers of cotton an increase of ono and ninety two ono hundredths per c...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 29 April 1884

DifcDEY EVENING BULLETIN s VOL 3 NO 131 uiiuiuiuinnnjjjj Durham 1 a historic ItwMDtutnirrousd durlox the annltlco between Bhermui nd Johnion Soldier- of both nnl i ailed their poncho with the tobcco itoredthere nd titer the lurrender marched home ward Boon orders came from EiatWet North and South for more of that elegant tobacco Then ten men ran an unknown f actory Now It employs 800 men uea the pink and pick of the Oolden llelt and the Durham Dull In the trade mark of tills the best tobacco in the world Ulackwella Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco baa the largest aale of any smoking tobacco in the world Why Simply because It la the All dealers havo it Trade mark of the BulL WSBSyH If hed trone for a pack acHwH are of lilackwellH Bull nWH Durham Hmoktmr To rfngB bacco as hewastoldbe Ek wouldnt liae bten Wf - XlnH cornered by the bull mm wiiii tii i ii ji niii iiljjJ SPRING OPENING Wo take pleasure In luinonnclnfr he ppilng opcniiit ot nnv s cd moio II Miirket htnil nextto HeclilugeicIoili...

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. — 29 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVE APRIL 21 1884 Lexington is organizing a now build ing association Tun Honry College Lottery has pcnded business Anotiikr expedition to Cuba is about to leave Key West m Thk Detnocrney of Curtor County have declared forTilden and Hendricks A tart of tlio National Museum will be exhibited at the Louisville Exposition Congress having granted tho authority m A company to insure the property of Maysville people against depredations by hogs would do a profitable business if organized in this city m m A despatch to the Cincinnati Nows Journal says that rumor at Grayson coi nects an unknown party with tho crime for which Win Neal is being tried Thk followingbills relating to Mason County have passed the Legislature A bill to establish a voting precinct in Ma son County and a bill to establish legal advertising Loui8ViMus new afternoon paper The Times will appear on tho first of May under the editorial management of Mr E G Logan and Colonel E Polk John son It w...

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. — 29 April 1884

I THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVE APRIL 29 1884 BOSSEB MoCAHTHY Publishers and Proprietors TO WnoSC ADDIIE88 ALL COMMUNICATIONS TJ IT The peoplo may fume Tho peoplo may fret But Its all the samn To tho pig yda hoU For hes firmly fixed In tho town to stay And he rules the rnnclio In tho old time -way The board of Council me5ta next Thursday evening m m The furniture factory will begin work some time this week The Lexington ice factory is running day and night and haa about a thousand tons of ice on hand Mr Charles Bkosee on Sunday killed en tho reservoir hill a black snake four Jeet and ten inches in length The competition among the shoo deal ers of Maysville is Tory great and as a consequence prices aio unusually low m Next to a cradle in a family the most useful thing is a clock and Blakeborough 5s prepared to supply that in any style and at any price The council at tho approaching meet ing should give some attention to Bridge street It is in a dangerous condition on tho East side o...

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. — 29 April 1884

SYRACUSE SENSATION A Prominent Physican Put in Bad Shnpo The DInppuranro ot n Vnime Girl and Its Sad Sequel III Iter Pub llc Letter From an In jured Parent Syracuse N V April 29 On April 11 Doll Hoblo ouo of tho boat known ladle In this city disappeared It was said that eho bad eloped with a commercial traveler Subsequently it was telegraphed from Bradford Pa that she was in a houso ol ill roputo thcro On April 18 she returned and denied tho stories She said sho went to Buffalo alono and thenco to Bradford where sho was takon with scarlet fevor and was in an infirmary About the time of her re turn it was reported that her father was looking for a commercial traveler who he said had betrayed his girl and that he -would shoot him on sight Tho subject which was almost forgotten has just been rovived by tho following letter which ap peared in tho Herald To M II Brown Eye and Ear Doctor Syracuse N Y Sir I heroby charge you with the ruin of my daughter under circumstances and in a manner ...

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. — 30 April 1884

dMly VOL 3 NO 132 iiixiiiiiiuimmi Durhamlahlstorlc ItTrumeulraJground durlsx the wnilUco between Sherman and Johnson Soldiers of both armies flUod their pouchM with the tobacco atored there and after the surrender marched home ward Boon orders came from Eaat West North and South for more of that elegant tobacco Then ten men ran an unknown factory Now it employs 800 tuen mas the pink and rick of the Golden Melt and the Durham Bull In the trade mark of this the best tobacco In the world Black wells Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco has the lanject nalo of any smoklntr tobacco in the world Wbyf Blmply bccauno It la the but All dealers havo it Trado mark of the Bull TooiToutiBvV Wf HmSX If hed rone for a pack fSol airo of Blackwella Bull rfSMMira Durham Hmoklnsr To- 4 9 BWUI baccoiTlovra told he o4HL wouldnt bare bwn x AMIJIB cornered by the bull vsussKSOKsssssksssssssseiaKA SPRING OPENING We toke pleasure In niinniindiii the spring openluiMit our seed stoic il Miukel Stieot nextto Hechlngers...

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. — 30 April 1884

r u THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE APRIL UO 1884 Tub bill to abolish tho Stato Guard has beon defeated In tho House by a voto ol 44 to 21 The Fleming County Democrats lmve instructed for Hon V J IlendricK as elector for the State at large Elliott County has indorsed Judge Riddle as tho candidate for Judge oi me Court of Appeals in this district Tjik Washington Monument has reach ed a height of four hundred and ten feet Work on it was resumed on Monday The Democracy of Rowan County have exuressed a preference for Mr T II Paynter of Greenup as the Democratic candidate for Congress in this district m It is believed ntGraysonthat four per son were concerned in tho Ashland mur der and that steps are being taken to Be- I II cure the arrest una convicuonoi uiu fourth party A hill has been introduced in Con gress making it unlawful to collect fare on anv conveyance throughout tho United States from any passenger who is not provided with a seat If tho bill passes a great many persons will ...

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. — 30 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE APRIL 30 1884 BOSSES MoOARTHY Publishers and Proprietors 1o Whom Address am Communications Sbttrr than gold Is u conscience clear Tho tolling for bread In an humble sphere Doubly blessed with content and health Untried by the cares and lusts of wealth Lowly living and lofty thought Adorn nd ennoble n poor mans cot Por mind and morals lu natures plan Are the genuine tesU or a gentleman The upper gnule was left in a very bad condition by the flood and sadly needs Attention Mr Thomas Nkai intends at an early iay to build an addition to his Third etieet residence Tun steamer W P Thompson is re luming from the South to enter the Kanawha river trade The city assessors books show that value of Uixablo property in the city has increased about 50000 since last year John D White is coming to Kentucky this week He will fight Evans and his friends in the Republican State Conven tion m The machinery at the ice factory has Dcen stopped preparatory to a general ove...

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. — 30 April 1884

y CONDENSED NEWS The Empross Augusta is couvalcscont The Porto has informed England that Turkey will participate in tho international confet enco The Custom Office at Vnl Carlos Prov Ince of Navarro Spain was doitroyod by hisurgits The ICing of 91am has notified Minister Haldermnn that lie will bond exhibits to the Worlds Cotton Fair at Sow Orleans In the Reichtag last ovoning tho PmsI ilcnt aniioimod thnt ho had receivod a letter from Germans in San Francisco ex pressing condolence- over tho doath of Herr LnTer An oilort is being mado to socuro tho Appointment of Carl Schurz as Commls moner of Emigration of New York It is understood that Mr Ottendorfer is behind tho move Genkiial Roseckajm says thero is a general disposition on tVo Democratic side of the House to pass tho Chinoso Restric tion Bill and tho ohancos for Its early con sideration is good The Russian Minister of Finance attrib utes tho gloomy condition of the flnanco and trado of Russia to tho competition of the United S...

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. — 1 May 1884

TlWWi VOL 3 NO 133 Durham lshlntoric ItwuneutralgTOiwd durln the armistice between Sherman and Johnson Boldlen of both armlM flUad their pouchea with tho tobacco atored there and after the anrrender marched home ward Soon orders came from EaatWcat North and Southfor more of that elegant tobacco Then ten men ran an unknown factory NoW it employe 800 men uaea the pink and pick of the Golden Belt and the Durham Bull in the trade mark of this the boat tobacco lnthe world Blackwella Bull Durham Smoking- Tobacco haa tholuxett aalo of any Bmoklng tobacco In the world Why 7 Simply becaune It isthe inl All dealers h o It Tradtvmark of the Bull DURHAM Hf JC bull Br- laTy mUmfifM If he mm 4V AFfiHM4 T j cuitiirv s M iron for a rack ago of Blackwelln Dull Durham Smokluir To bacco a bewail toldhe rouiairi nave oeen cornered by the bull I mBTMS tMvmz23iaES3zxr2mwmiJL SPRING OPENING W tako pleasure In announcing the pprlng opening ot our seed stoif 01 Mmkel Street next to HcchlugorsclolhlUBstoie w...

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. — 1 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE MAY 1 1884 Ripley is to huve a Democratic paper Tjik Democratic Statu Convention of Maryland will be held Juno 5 The Republican delegates from Kansas are for Blaine for Blaine by a large ma jority The last train load of corn sent from Kansas as n contribution for the benefit of tho flood sufferers was sold for 5 35441 Both Houses of tho Legislature have agreed to adjourn sine die on the 12th This is the wisest work done at the pres ent session Cuas HStoll of Lexington has been appointed by tho President Collector of Internal Revenue in place of Colonel Swope resigned The Chamber of Commerce at Lexing ton is taking step3 with a view to mak ing all tho turnpikes in Fayette County iree thoroughfares McHuoir the wife murderer is to be hanged at Cincinnati tomorrow An appeal for a respite for thirty days made by his mother has been rofused by Gov ernor Hoadlev Tin trial of ex Senator Kellogg began at Washington Tuesday with the most direct evidence against...

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. — 1 May 1884

r F THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE MA 1 1884 BOSSEB 8c MoOABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Addkkss All Communications A LITTLE tiling Too good to keep Is Ice will be Tills season cheap So cheap indeed It will bo found That even you Might buy a pound Neal will bo hanged onthu 18th of Jaly - Joe Rkdmon of Paris who killed Mani Secrest has been adjudged guilty and sent to the penitentiary for nine years The examining trial of Joseph Weaver who was wounded in the shooting on Saturday nrght is in progress as the Bulletin goes to press mi A game of base ball will bo played to morrow afternoon at 230 oclock on the Chester grounds between Our Boys and the Dudes Everybody is invited Rev F J Crisp of Brooksvilllo will preach in Winters school house Tea Jtidge on Saturday night and Sunday morning He will preach at Minerva Sunday night m The report that Mrs Dean who was cnt with a knife recently by Mrs W S Levi is in a dying condition is incorrect She is rapidly improving and the chan ...

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. — 1 May 1884

jf CONDENSED NEWS Cnowy Prince Rudolph and wife jikC Tetarned to Vienna Samuel F Donnelly n reporter of tho tho New York Sun who was Injured at a Ore has died Sevkn ollleors and 124 marinas linvo boon ordered to reinforce tho corps at tffia Egypt Mns Senator VoomiriM has gone to Havro to join her daughter and will re turn iu autumn 6m Michael Arthur Bass head of tho famous brewing llrm of linss Co is dead aed forty seven Jilt MtoKau Bancroft tho historian leaves Washington about tho end of tho coining month for Newport Ex IIinistek NoVKSwas entertained at a banquet Monday night at Paris Many prominent Americans were present The President has nominated Henry W Cannon of Minnesota as Comptroller of the Currency to succeed Knox resigned Georoe Bedell proprietor of a Chica go carpet nleauing establishment who was shot by an employe has died He leaves a wife and child The British Legation is very quiet this month no entertainments of any kind be ing given during tho six weoks of mourning...

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. — 2 May 1884

V s M SPRING 4 OPENING Vo take plnsure In nnnouneltu the opilng openinnot our ted more CI Muiket Street nexttoHechlugeisclotlilngstore with afresh supply of Rower Seeds Garden Seeds onk nACirox a uno GOOD INTENT Greenhouse und bedding plnntH of nil kinds cabbage and tomato plnnlsmilon sets nweet potatoes lor seed unit sweet potato plnnts Fruit and ornumentnl trees evergreens grapes roses und all varieties ot plants and trees found iu 11 Hist class nursery Floral decorations tor fuueial put poses mid wed dings and parties supplied with cut tloweis U P DIETEMCII BKO mldiSw2mo Kentucky Nurseries T J CUIlIiKY Sanitary Plumber GAS STEAM FITTER Curleys now system of House Drainage und Ventilation Uutli rooms fitted up with hot and cold water a specially Also a large bupply of Iron Lead and Stone Pipe Globe Angle nnd Clieck Valves water and bteam Gauges Force and Lift Pumps Rub ber HoBe Chandelleis Biackets and Glolies Personal attention kIvoii to all work anil sat lsfactlou guaranteed T J...

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 May 1884

h TIJE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY RVENING MAY 2 1884 The Republican Convention of Ver mont instructed for Edmunds About 5250000 of the public debt wns paid during the month of April Thk Republican delegation from Iowa is solid for Blaine and likewiso that of Weat Virginia The price of window glass has been advanced ton per cont by tho Pittsburg manufacturers California and Novada send Blaine delegations to Chicago Oregon delegates will go uninstructed but are undoubted ly for Blaine Tun Joint Legislative Committeo have agreed to report in favor of appropria ting 15000 for tho display of Kentucky products at the Southern Exposition The Anti JTrtliono Republican State Convention of Virginia sent uninstruct ed delegates to Chicago but they are understood to be for Blaine and Lincoln The Blaine boom for tho Presidency has attained formidable proportions at too early a stage of the campaign and the probabilities are that it will end in a premature collapse Maine Republicans indorse prohibi ti...

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 May 1884

LV i - v l Pleas c bear In mind Tills month or May The bonnet show At Sllckaway For you will see Beyond adoub The sweetest girls Old Brown turns out e I THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING MAY 2 1884 BOSSEB MoCABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Addkkss All Comhunications Augusta is utilizing her joo bouts by converting them into mortar boxes J M S Lank wns attacked by foot pads at Ashland and robbed of 1800 Dr Gould will preach in the Metho dist Church South Sunday morning and night Uncle Tom Dickson the Third street grocer has lately added to the attractions of Iiis establishment a handsome soda iountain The handsome new uniforms ordered by Hauckes Reed and Brass Band will Ve furnished by Messrs Hechinger Bros Co The plastering of the new Orr building at Augusta will be done by Mr John N Hill of this city He is one of our best mechanics and will do the work well TTiie jury in the case of Dr W G Keith of Dayton Ky ngainst James A Keiths executor yesterday afternoon decided the c...

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