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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 2 May 1884

CRIME AND CALAMITY A Days Record of Wickedness and Misfortune A Wealthy Ocupcrado SHcct n Traglr Had The Virginia Itubbcrs Caiitflit Mid Lynched An other liiicMtlc Tragedy Lascastku Ivl May 2 Tho body of Jacob Heed the dosporato fisherman who in attempting to drown Otllcor Grebort und evadj arrest was himself drowned at Columbia has been recovorod near Wash ingtouborougll tbreo miles below tho sec no of his tragic death Tho 100 in money on his porson at the tlmo of tho drowning was not only all that was left of a legacy of 5000 received a fow months ago but was all that he realized from a salo of his interest in a farm worth 35000 with a widows dowor in it and all of which would havo boon his had the widow died first an ovont likely to occur os sho was an old lady IIOBDER3 LYNCnEI Charleston W Va May Scott Hill Brownlow Hill and Charles fipjrlock tho robbers who are charged with Willing Al bert Woods and fatally wounding A J Woods on Monday near St Albans havo been captured in tho m...

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. — 5 May 1884

DimVT VOL 3 NO 136 Tbo Emperor Loula Napoleon smoked only the finest citfars tlio world could pro duce Prof Horsford Bays the Emperor s cigars wero made specially for him in Ha vana from leaf tobacco rrovt n In the Golden Belt of North Carolina this being the finest leaf grown Mackwell Uull Durham Smoking Tobacco la niado from tho eamo leaf used In tho Emperors cigars Is abso lutely puro and is unquestionably tho best tobacco etcr offered Thackerays gifted daughter Anne In her sketch of Alfred TennyBon in llarptrt JtontMy tells of her vlf It to the great poet Bhe found him Bmoking Blickwells Dnll Durham Tobacco sent him by n on James lluesell Lowell American Minister to tho Court of St James In these days of adulteration it Is acorn fort to smokers to know that tho Bull Dur ham brand is absolutely pure and made from tho best tobacco tho world produces Blacltwella Bull Durham Smoking To bacco is tho lut and purest made All dealers htuo it Nono gcuulno without tho trade mark of the Bu...

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. — 5 May 1884

tf0F rr JkiWkriOi A v aU p THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING MAY 5 1884 Notice The members of tlio Democratic Exec utive Committee will meet nt my office on Monday May 12 1884 Business of importance requires a full attendance G S Wall Chairman The Florida delegation vote solidly for Arthur The spring meeting at Lexington be gins May 7 Tun Eddyville prison is to have 400 cells and will cost 200000 of which 150000 has been appropriated Tiir Cincinnati News Journal which has an indebtedness of 113000 is about to pass into the hands of a receiver The Chicago Presbytery indorsed high license It has been found to work well in reducing the number of saloons The new afternoon paper at Louisville is a hnndsomo sheet and shows signs that good men are at the wheel May it live long and prosper exceedingly Nehraska has given Blaine a black eye by voting to table a resolution to instruct for him Arthur was indorsed and the proposed tariff1 legislation as outlined by the Democrats denounced m Dr I...

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. — 5 May 1884

t fnrr THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING MAY 5 1884 EOSSEB MoCABTHY Publlshors and Proprietors To Whom Address All Communications We are pleased to say You will flud It true Tho Mayors court Has little to do So take out your book And Jot it right down OldMaysvlllosa quiet And orderly towu The best buttor may now be had for 25 cents a pound Mrs Jamks lliMi is building a neat addition to her residence on Grant street If you know any town where the peo ple are more quiet and orderly than this we would like to hear from you Subscribers to to tho Daily Bulletin who fail to receive their papers promptly will please leave word at this oflii e Tub writer this morning saw seven full grown hogs rooting up tho sod in the front yard of one of our citizens Same old thing Mr Ciiaiiler S Glascock who adver tised for a lost horse recently in tho Bul letin had it returned to him last Thurs day It was taken up on Onbin Creek Miss Sallik Fleming was thrown from a buggy at Nepton on Thursday after noon...

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. — 5 May 1884

r i A QUIET MOB it WHITE MEN IN SLAVERY Kidnaped From Now York By Meant I of False Protonses i And Shipped to Cuba Where The Wero Hcntcii Compelled to Work On Sunday unit Nearly Sturcd New York May 5 Tho steamer Cien fuegos brought to this port yesterday ten ol the eleven men who wero recently Induced to go to Cuba under tho supposition that they wero going to work on a farm neat this city The party went to Castle Gar den where their sworn statements were taken which latter wero placed in th bands of Marshal McDermot who with th aid of the Commissioners of Emigration will thoroughly investigate tho case The men aro ull woak looking with sal low complexion which they declare is the result of laboring in a much warmer ell inato than thoy have beon accustomed to The name of tho men aro Carl MaNki Johan Walwik Leopold Knappa Gabriel Kakowski Loon Znbawitz Joseph Zablezyk Ludwig Lugazlk Wolonty Gruskyus and Aedreas Kozen Tho affidavits agree ir every particular Only two of them know each...

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. — 6 May 1884

Tt DSMmn VOL 3---NO 137 IfPlfl The Emperor Louts Napoleon tmokod only tuc finest clears tho world could pro diice rrof Horeford ears tho Emperor clgara wcro mado specially for him In Ha vana from loaf tobacco grow n In tho Golden Belt of North Carolina this being tho finest leaf grown Blackwclla Dull Durham Smoking Tobacco is made from tho Bamo leaf lined in tho Emperors cigars Is abso lutely puro and Is unqucutlonably tho best tobacco over offered Thackerays gifted daughter Anne In her sketch of Alfred Tennyson in Hnrperi ihnlhly tells of her visit to Uiogimdiuct Bbe found him smoking Black well Bull Durham Tobacco pent him by Hon James Russell Lowell American Minister to the Court of St James In these days of adulteration ltlsacom fort to smokers to know that the Bull Dur ham brand is absolutely pure and made from tho beet tobacco tho Torld produces Blackwclls Bull Durham Smoking To bacco Is tho Itit and purcet mado All dealers kae It None genuine without the trado mark of tho Bul...

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. — 6 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING MAY 6 1884 An overflow of the river is looked for nt Shrovoport Ln Owensboko is preparing to ship a largo quantity of whisky abroad Brown County has over a dozen can didates for sheriff and the timber ia un usually good this year - m The tariff reformers in Congress hold their ground firmly and refuse to listen to any offers of compromise The Cincinnati Enquirer expresses the opinion that Tilden will be the Demo cratic nomineo for President Tjik Philadelphia Call says The foot that Mr Tilden hasnt in tho grave is on the tail of the Democratic tiger i The Medical Society of Kentucky will hold its twentieth annual meeting at Bowling Green on the third day of next month Arrangements have been made to make tho meeting a very pleasant one i The Yeoman denies that the Legisla ture adjourned to see the circus 1 1 We presumejitjwns only tojsee tho procession as that august body is said to be largely composed of church members in good standing The trouble i...

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. — 6 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING MAY G 1884 BOSBEB MoCAETHY Publishers and Proprietors To Wnox Address Ail communications Spring has come The flowors are here Likewise foamlug Lnger beor To think of It It makes ns laugh And want a throat Like Sells glrallo The street cara carry from five hun dred to six hundred passengers daily The First National Bank declared the nsual semi annual dividend on Monday The bhirta for the new base ball club have been supplied by Vicroy Lee They are very neat The break in the street west of the bridge made by the flood is beirg repaired by the city The sales of the personal property of Mr Henry Smoot takes place on the 8th inst Dont fail to attend Mr J M Stockton real estate agent told recently the Marquis property in the Fourth Ward to Mr Emile Martin The price of hemp seed at Lexington during the past month has advanced from 450 to 750 a bushel nnd is in demand Chops of all kinds in this county are reported to be in the best condition and growing fi...

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. — 6 May 1884

SMOKINffOPWM DID IT A Handsome Wifo tho Imprisoned Mistress of a Chinaman Who Itccnn IIIh IiMldloitH Wllci Cpon llcr by tho HoMoival or Valuable Dluiorid HftrrcM to be Indc Chicago May C Frank Lovlo mado a complaint to the police last night against a Chinese lnundryninn who goes by tho name of China Joe1 Ho claims that tho celes tial by squandering money and jewelry recklessly upon his wife has stolon her affections and has her locked up somowhero about his laundry at 272 Clark street Lovlo was marriod a j ear ago to May Wheeler a bandsomo blonde The Chinaman China Joe did his washing and was in tho habit of visiting his apartments at No 180 Fourth Avenue to deliver parcels of laundrled clothes Ho became acquainted with tho protty Mrs Levie and foil in love with her The Chinaman presented her with diamonds of great value and finally in duced hor to visit his placo on Clark Street whoro ho porsuaded her to smoko opium The woman finally becamo addicted to tho habit and was soon in 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. — 7 May 1884

u - DffffiSft VOL 3 NO 13 fX The Emperor Louis Napoleon smoked only the finest cigars tnb world could pro duce Trpf Horsf ord rati t ho Emperor dy an -were mado Bpeclally for him W Ha vtni from leaf tobacco grows In the Golden Uelt of N6rtn Carolina this bolnfrtbo finest leaf grown Black ells Hull Durham 8moklng Tobacco is mado from the ramo leaf used in the Emperors cigars Is abso lutely pure and Is unquestionably the best tobacco ever offered Thackerays gifted daughter Anne In her sketch of Alfred Tennyson In ITarperi Monthly tells of her visit to the great poet Sua found him smoking Blockwella Bull Durham Tobaoco scnt him by Htm James Russell Lowell American Minister to Uio Court of St Jauics I 1 Lf i In thenp days of adultorauonitisacom fort to smokers to know that the Bull Dur ham brand is absolutely pure anil mado from tho best tobacco the world produces IUackwells Dull Durham Smoking To bacco is tho lut and purest mado All dealers bavo it Nono genuine without tho trado mark o...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 7 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE MAY 7 1884 A pobtion oJ Jefferson Texas ia sub merged by high water Mn Beck thinks the Senate will in dorse the Morrison bill i m m The National convention of ers will bo held at Pittsburg on May 28th and 29th In tho North Carolina Municipal elec tions on Monday tho Democrats made large gains - The Secretary of tho Treasury has called in ten millions of the three-percent bonds It is likely the Democrats will offer and support a resolution to expel Kel logg from his scat It is reported that an eflort ia on foot at Frankfort to prolongthe session of the Legislature until the 20th inst Last year there were 1517 murders in the United States ninety three legal ex cutions and 118 men were lynched Prominent Lexington stock breeders have promised to make a fine exhibit at the coming Louisville Exposition A movement is on foot in Louisville to construct public works that will bo of great benefit to Ohio river navigation Ax Frankfort the Penitentiary Com missi...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 7 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE MAY 7 1884 BOSSES MoCABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Wnok addrkss All Communications w The u beautllul snow has gone and the dus ters coming on The busy plumbers laid away to rest The painters at his song and the boy Is ketch In on FJckln brickbats to bombard the robins nest Several professional burglars have teen arrested at Mt Sterling Tjik outlook for a good crop of wheat an Fleming County is very encouraging i It is expected that travel on the Pound Gap Railroad will be resumed next Mon day The Daily Bulletin may he had every afternoon at Holiday Stevens grocery store in Chester m Early spring vegetables are getting to be abundant and the prices are going steadily downward Even printers may buy them after while At Wichita Kan they have com menced burning churches on account of the enforcement of a prohibition liquor law which was advocated from the pulpit Oxr of the neatest pieces of painting in the city this season is the residence of Dr Cha...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 7 May 1884

41 THtlSAREWEIULTED Our Flag Hauled Down and Our Sub jects Imprisoned Sforlcnof Outrage Perctrulcd by thi Mexican Autliorlllcit on tlic United State Schooner Kobccca at Tampico Galvfston Tex May 7 Captain Du Jay of the American schooner Rebecca ol Galvestc u in a communication to tho News relates tho sCory of outrages audlmprlson ment at tho bands of tho Mexican author ties at port Tampico February 17 last The schooner in distress and leaking pu in at Tampico currying regular clearance papers from Brashear La for Tampico but had thirty packages of merchandise for delivery at Brazos Tex which pon she wa compelled to pass on account ot the rough weathor and dangerous bar Thi Colloctor atv Tumplco forcibly took thi thirty packages consigned to Brazos and ordered tho immediate dischargo of the en tire cargo Captain DuJay was arrestee on tho charge of an attempt to smuggle and confined undor guard but wus roleasoc the noxt day at tho solicitation of th American Minister and Consul Tho Ju...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 8 May 1884

J T DAILT VOL 3 NOTJ39 WOMAN DICIiNOX Denier In- l Hoi The Emperor Louts Napoleon nnoked only the finest cIkim tbo world conld pro aiice rrof nomford says the Emperor dtrars were made specially for him In Ha Tana from leaf tobacco grown In the Golden Beltof North Carolina this being the finest leaf grown Blackwells Dull Durham Bmoklng Tobacco Is inado from the same leaf med In the Empcrora cigars iaabso lutely pure and Is unquestionably the best tobacco ecr offered 7 Vj Thackerays gifted daughter AnnoJn her sketch of Alfred Tennyson In nrpnt Monthly tells of her visit to the great poet Bhe found him smoking Blackwelrn Bull Durham Tobacco rent hlrabyllon James ItusecU Lowell American Minister to tho Court of St Jamcg In theso days of adulteration It Is a com fort to Emokcrs to know that tho Bull Dur ham brand is absolutely pure and made from tho best tobacco tho world produces Blackwells Bull Durham Smoking To bacco is tho Ittt and purest tuado All dealers hao It Nono geuulno without...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 8 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE MAY 8 1884 Vknnor predicts a frost in July CiU8 OConnor tho Now York law yer ia dangerously ill The Southern Dental Association is in session at Lexington The Supreme Court at Washington has adjourned for the summer Tun anti monopolists have declared in favor of Bon Butler for President The Lower House of the Legislature lias passed the school bill without atnond in en t The wool dip of tho State this year it is estimated will bo about 6000000 pounds The outlook for an excellent wheat crop throughout the State is unusually promising The Senate Finance Committeo have agreed to report adversely on the House bill for the redemption and recoinage of the trade dollar In the contested election case nt Wash ington OFarrell vs Paul OFarrell was seated by a vote of one hundred and fortv to eightv ono Governor Hendricks of Indiana thinks the tariff should be reduced so that it shall provido for economical gov ernment oxpenses nnd no more - - Tun name of Fred Gr...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 8 May 1884

f THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE MAY 8 1884 BOSSES MoOABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Addiikss Alt Communications The old ladys at the rake or the honey suckles sake And the old mans patchin up the garden wall For tis true he battered In many a panel thick and thin At nights when felines should have hired a a hall County Couit and Court of Claims next week VANCEBona is to have an opera house The building contracts have already been made In spite of all reports to the contrary there is no scarcity of tobacco plants in this county The steamers Hattie Brown and Racket tried their speed this morning the for mer making the best time It is said if the Legislature adjourns next Monday that a considerable amount of important business will bo left unfin ished 1 i In consequence of the depressed coal trade in the Pittsburg region about 8000 miners will bo thrown out of employ ment It is said that tho flood drove great numbers of rats into the country and that the fanners have suffer...

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. — 8 May 1884

CONDENSED NEWS Still large quantities of Ice on the shora of Lake Krie Illinois Greenbackers convene at Spring field July 2a The King of Holland bas appointed Marie Van Zandt court singer Colonel Thomas II Hunt died yester day at New Orloans Ho was treasurer of the approaching Worlds Cotton Exhibi tion The great strike of the Berlin building trades lias resulted in a victory for the workmen i Tub steamer Faraday has arrived at Dover Bay with the Bonnott Mackoy cable on board Gknkral Sheridan and Se retary Lin coln will a fishing go to Icele Island Lake Erio next week Anarchists threaten to blow up tho Gor man Parliament when Bismarck next ap pears therein Andmcw Sciiultz rcstaurantcur and baker of Vandolia 111 drowned himself in a public well John P Slater of Norwich Conn who gave 1000090 for educational pur poses in the South is dead Tots President Senators Camoron and Kent a of West Virginia havo gono on a fibbing excursion in West Virginia Noah Blouch tho Mt Carroll 111 for ger o...

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 May 1884

VOL 3 NO 140 The Emperor Louli Napoleon smoked only the finest cigars tbo world could pro duce Prof Horsford nays the Emperor b cigrars were mado specially for him In Ha vana from leaf tobacco irrown In the Qoldcn Belt of North Carolina this being tlio fluent leaf grown Blackwella Bull Durham SmoMnfr Tobacco Is mado from the same leaf used In tho Emperors clifarp la abso lutely puro and 1b unquestionably the beet tobacco ever offered- Thackerays gifted daughter Anne In her sketch of Alfred Tennyson In ttarptrt Monthly tells of her visit to the great poet Rhe found him smoking Blackwella Hull Durham Tobacco sent him by Hon James Russell Lowell American Minister to tho Court of St James In theso days of o dultcratlon It is a com fort to smokers to inoio that tho Bull Dur ham brand is absolutely pure and mado from the best tobacco tho world produces Blackwells Bull Durham Smoking To bacco is the but and purest made All dealers havo it None geuuino without the trade mark of tho Bull HAW...

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 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING MAY 9 1884 The Bath County fair begins at Sharps burg tho first week in August m The generul c inference of the list Episcopal Church is in session at Philadelphia i i Tub most valuable man to head tho Republican ticket according to Goneral Grant is Logan Tub new Democratic papor to bo issued at Frankfort August 2 by the Public Printer will bo edited by Dr J D Woods and lion George V Triplett Tub petition of Thos J Corneilson for a rehearing in tho case of Howard vs Corneilson has been overruled by the Superior Court and Judge Bowden who delivered tho opinion is patiently wait ing for his cowhiding Tub Legislature lias appropriated 1 000 for the removal of tho remains of Dr John L Cook and his wife Mrs Anna B Cook to tho city of Frankfort Tho bill provides for the funeral and tho erection of a monument A in Ui lias again been introduced in the Senate to retire General Grant with tho rank and pay of General It is thought that sympathy for him on ac c...

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 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING MAY 0 1884 BOSSER MoOAETHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom ASDBEaa Am Communications With pen la band We mnke this rhyme To let you know Its straw hat time But nil the same Please make a note By night youll need An overcouU Ik you foil to get your Daily Bulletin regularly please give us prompt notice A change in the running time of the Kentucky Central will bo made noxt Sunday The iron front for Mr Chns H Whites new house on Third street has been leceived The Daily Bulletin is on sale every afternoon at Hutcheson Stevens gro cery store in Chester The brick work of the new Zwefcart building corner of Second nnd Sutton streets began this morning In the case of Wells against Maley from this county the Suporior Court has sustained the motion to award damages All Sunday school workers and those interested in tho cause nro invited to bo present at tho Christian Church this evening at 730 oclock m 4 About one thousand persons were present at the sale of...

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