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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 9 May 1884

SOUROWFUL WOMEN They Started for tho Thoatro and Landed in the Station House Jnvrlslcd Info an Opium Den by Their Icort Who Only Wanted to Eicuve Somo Wawlilnc Chicago May 9 Two young women spent last night sobbing and moaning on a bneh at tho Harrison Street Police Sta tion They aro respectively- Jliss Clara Mnndrin a young lady nineteen years of age ind Mrs Jeeslo Ross twenty one years old Miss Mandrill lives with her mothei Mrs Iloss claimed to be tho wife of a commercial man now on the road Shortly after eight last night n couple of policemen saw tho women onter tho basement of 342 Stato strcot au opium joint accompanied by two men Suspect ing something wrong tho place was watched and afterward pulled Thoro warf a small room in front Behind it was a curtained room in which two men were stretched out on the bunks just commenc ing a binoko Adjoining this room was a larger ono nicoly f urnishod and separated from tho other apartments by heavy cur tains only In this room woro found ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 10 May 1884

jV T M j cuiti irv immLJim I 1 1 in Tho Emperor Louis Napoleon smoked only Uie finest clears the world could pro duce Prof Horn ord wiya tho Emperor s cigars vrero made specially for him in Ha vana from leaf tobacco rrown in the Golden Belt of North Carolina this being tho finest leaf grown Blackwclla Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco is mado from the same 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 ITarpert jfonfMv tells of her visit to tho great poet Bho found htm smoking Blackwells Bull Durham Tobacco cent him by Hon James Russell Lowell American Minister to the Court of St James In these days of adulteration it in acorn fort to smokers to know that tho Bull Dur ham brand is absolutely puro and mado from tho best tobacco tho world produces Blackwells Bull Durham Smoking To bacco is the bttt nnd purest mado All dealers have it Kono genuine without tho trade ma...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 10 May 1884

5 THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING MAY 10 188 1 TiiKcity council of Loxington is at war with the- una company The barbed wno syndicate have ad vanced the prico of wire a quarter of a cent Tun total appropriation of Congress for the improvement of rivers and har bors amounts to 12019100 Grant has retreated from Wall street and will not fight it out on that lino all summer This is the result of hearing from anothor Ward It is said that the Methodist Episcopal Univiwity of the South recently loca ted at Chattanooga has been deeded to Freedmans Aid Society for the education of youth regardless of color or previous condition of servitude A Washington dispatch says Mr Ar thur counts upon 323 votes on the first ballot and 420 votes on not later than the fourth ballot The President be lieves that ho will bo nominated on eith er the third or fourth ballots The country occasionally does owo something to a man who has been edu cated at public expense and kept in office at big pay for many y...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 10 May 1884

7 Jw7V THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING MAY 10 1884 BOSSER MoCAETHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address All Communications To morrow morn the Parson will lie asking what is law Why law was something formerly To bring the boys to taw But as amended and revised - But hero wed better pause And simply say what wo call law Aint what It used to was Lexington is feasting on strawberries at 30 cents a quart The first strawberries of the season were offered for sale in Maysville to day The price well the less said about that the better Owing to the Circuit Court being in session the County Court and Court of Claims will meet next Monday in the council chamber Somk handsome now styles of brass pas fixtures have just been received at T J Curleys establishment on Second street Go and see them A lottekv club has been formed at Mt Olivet with a membership of twenty and it is said that one citizen out of every three in the county is courting the fickle goddess on his own hook John R Tabe...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 10 May 1884

LYNCHED FOR MURDER Committed With a Heat Ax a Ham mer and a Knife The Horrible IButcliery of nn Old Indy Tor the Iurpowo ofltob bcry full CoiiIckhIou of tlio Perpetrator Winston N C May 10 A crow J broke into tho jail early this morning and took out Hewey Swim who murdered Miss Heed lost Monday took him near to tho hceuo of tho murder and hanged him Swim made a full confession doclaring that tho only object of tho murdor was robbery Harrison Reed is a farmer resid ing near Winston His family consisted of a wife aud threo children tolerably well-to-do and respected Upon the same plantation lives Drussy Swim a white wo man of questionable character with her son Henry and his wife Early on tho morning of tho murder Mr Heed his children and Henry Swims wife and mother went out on the bottom lands to ro ulant corn Soon after beginning work repeated screams of a woman wero heard from tho llcod homes toad which it was soon learned emanated from Mrs Rood who had been left alono at tho house...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 12 May 1884

DAILY WttfflJBffiMmfeJHtSM TJIFfflSfffffWfffJ Mpo mnoklnsrlstliorcsltcetof a tobacco It is the regal of smoking You get moro directly at tlio flavor and fragrance You take the emoke cooler and tho tonlo cleanlier and safer Pipe smoking U crooking reduced to a nno art Tho more tho question of adulterated tobacco forces itsolf on the attention of smokers tho more deolrahlo It becomes to know precisely what you aro smoking In Blackwells Bull Durham Smolilng To fciJBfc bacco you have a guarantee i I always mat it is matures A I own unadulterated product I Its fragrance flaror and I unsurpassed quality are do nrea irom uia sou ana air Try it and you will be tat f ytJ Nona genuine with out trado mark of the Bull jM All successful Fishermen and Sports jSm inen rnnoko IJlacltweUB Bull Durham YjU SznoUng Tobacco and they enjoy it SPRING OPENING We take pleasure In nnnouncliiR the sulng opening oi nnrsued stoie 01 Murket Street nexttollcchlugeisclothingstoro with a fresh supply of Flower Seed...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 12 May 1884

1000000 for the benefit of the New Or leans Exposition Nkal the Ashland murderer still pro Vf THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING MAY 12 1884 Meeting of Democratic Executive Com mittee At a meeting of the Democratic Exec utive Committeo of Mason County held on May 12 1884 at the office of Judgo G S Wall at 10 oclock a m on mo tion it was decided to call a mass conven tion to be held at the court house in Maysvillo Kyv on Saturday May 24th at 130 oclock p m for the purpose of selecting delegates to represent the coun ty of Mason in the district convention to be held at Winchester Ky on Juno 4th for the purpose of nominating a Demo crat for the office df Judge of the Court of Appeals of the First Appellate Dis trict On motion the Democratic papers of the city were requested to publish the proceedings of the meeting G S Wall Chairman J W Alkxander Secretary Congress is expected to adjourn Juno 28th m m Tun National House of Representa tives lias passed the bill appropriating tests his in...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 12 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING MAY 12 1884 hosqee McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Addrkss All Communications Many raen With many alms Will Interview The Court of Claims Bomo want pay For labors worth And some thoro are Who want the earth The bonnet show ut Sllckaway lakes place next Sunday m i Sbvks hundred and thirty ono child ien attend the Ripley public schools Tun steamer W P Thompson now passes down every Sunday morning Japt Bruce Redden is in the office Mrs H Gray is making handsomo jmprovements to her residence on Front street - m m Mrs George Wiikklkk of Aberdeen has arranged to build at an early day a neat frame residence Andrew Miller will close his cigar manufactory this week and make cigars for the Watson Brothers Mr SiiAFrcR superintendent of the water works is about to build a hand some residence in East Maysvillo A noa race in the lower part of the dtyonSundayattracted much attention An old white wind qutter came out ahead i i I Tije post office at Slac...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 12 May 1884

AFTER THIRTY YEARS Tho Famous Wetherton Murder ol Missouri is Explained Away Frank IVctlicrton a Brother or thl f Victim CoufcsKcs tlic Deed on Hl Dying lied The Attempt to Convict un luiiocent 3Iun St Josurn Mo May IS Sorao thlrtj years ago a young man nrunoil Samuo IVcthorton tho son of a proininont citizen living in Ray County about fifty miles from St Joseph went out hunting Tho next day his remains were discovered under a tree less than a half mile from his fathers homo Ho was dead with a bullet hole through his head Living near tho Wethertons was a family named Fainter Both wore old famillo well to do and had resided in that soctiou for years The day that young Wothertou was killed old man Painter and his son Harry wore out hunting Tho old man and his sou were arrested and tried for the murder of young Wetherton Tho affair created great excitement It was proven that tho Painters aud Wothertons woro not friendly The trial was exciting and pro longed Tho evidenco was circumstant...

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. — 13 May 1884

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 143 1 8 f IJ Y f t AYSVILLE KY TUESDAY MAY 13 1884 FMyffMBrgaffaMBtivatfJl ffTOfyfffffTmfmWT M It po Bmoklntr I th read tost of tobacco It Is tbo rjrlwa7 of smoking You get moro directly at tho flavor and f rwance You take the emoke cooler and tbo tonic cleanlier and safer Plie iuioUcet 1 emolmiK reduced to a flno art The more the question of adulterated tobacco force lteelf on the attention of amokeri tbo mors dealrable It become to know precisely what you are imokhi In UlackweUa Dull Durham Smoking To K jl bacco you hare a guarantee I I always mat n uaaiuroB L I own unadulterated product JP I Its fragrance flavor and I unsuniased quality are de- nvea irom iue sou uiu ur Try It and you will bo it tiflil Nona frenulno with out trade mark of the Bull iffl All successful Fishermen and Sport nn ttmrtlrn lllfinVwrtllH Tlllll Durham Smoklnn Tobacco and theyenjoy It SPRING OPENING We take pleasure In announcing the spring opening nl our seed stole CI Market Stre...

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. — 13 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING MAY 13 1884 Mn Joiin R PnocroB hna been ro ap pointed Stato Goologist Butlkr is tho clioico of tlio New York Greenbackors for President Tiik Irish Catholic Colonization Society of tho United States is in session at Chicago The bill to equalize tax assessments in Kentuckylms passed the House of Rep resentatives Most of the Fall River mills havo re sumed with imported cheap labor and starved out strikers Bon iNOKiisoib laments that the dis sensions in tho Republican party bring little men to tho forc It ib reported that prominent business men at New York havo started to raiso a fund for tho relief of Gon Grant Blaini is posing now as a poor man but he will show tho brethren what a bank account is if ho gets the nomina tion The Now York Tribune thinks Jthe defeat of tho Mormon bill is not tho end but only tho beginning of a desper ate struggleon tho tariff question fj It isjrumorcd tliit tho telegraphers are a sain organizing for self protection and t...

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. — 13 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING MAY 13 1884 HOSSEE MoCABTHY publishers and Proprietors To Wnox Addrjcss Ati Communications Thk latest news we have to tell 01 Interest to all la well Were pained to say It rains to day On second thought no need to pout For now again the sun Is out Tim band stand on Market street waB handsomely decorated by the boys last night The band stand has been put In the Market Street esplanade preparatory to beginning the summer concerts Mr Pat Cullen on Saturday bought at commissioners sale tho residence of Mrs Whittier on Thirdstreet between Short and Wall for 1419 Mr J M Stockton real estate agent has sold the handsome residence of Mr H H Collins in East Maysville now occupied by Mr James Shackleford to Mrs M J Caldwell for 4000 Mr A T Cox commissioner for the Presbytery of Ebenezer to the General Assembly at Vicksburg Thursday May 15th left for that place at noon to day He is accompanied by Mrs Cox Mr B F Thomas has bought the in terest of Mr W H January...

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. — 13 May 1884

A QUESTION OF COLOR Bishop Turner on the Treatment of the Negro by Railroads And IV lint Will bo Expected of the National lecpiiliUcnii Convention Tlic rant Fiituro of the Nejjro In Africa BAiriMOiue May 13 Bishop Turner of Atlanta who Is attending the General Con ference of the African Mothodist Episcopal Church In this city said yesterday In tome parts of the South the colored people are treated very fairly while in others we ore taught to recognize our color as soon as our feet touch the soil Out our condition is better than it was ten years ago Are you treated the same since the Civil Rights Bill was declured unconstitutional t BNUBBED ON HAIIUOADS There is no material difference oxcept on the railroads and steamboats Nothing has hurt us to much f inco the day we were emancipated as tho action of the Supremo Court I have heard nearly every colored man I met while traveling abusing tho Su premo Court Judges Tho railroad com panies compol us to buy flrst clnss tickets and then obl...

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. — 15 May 1884

DAILY voL3ii6 h fmjtmwnwtmw Plpo smoking laths real test of a tobacco It la tho rciral way of Bmoklnir You got moro directly at the flavor and fragrance You take tho emoko cooler and tho tonic cleanlier and Bafer Plpo smoking is tmoklntr reduced to a One art Tba moro tho question of adulterated tobacco forced itself on tho attention of amokera the more desirable It becomes to know precisely what you aw amoking In Blackwella Hull Durham Smoklnfr To I Jl t3i bacco you have a guarantee I always mac it is matures I ownunadulteratcdproduct I Its fragrance flavor and I uneurpassedqualltyrede rneu irora mo sou anu ur Try 1 1 and y od will bo taU Ofted None ircnulno with out trade mark of tho Bull H All Bucceetful rifherruon and men smoko DlackweUn Bull Durham mm Smokin Tobacco and they enjoy It SPRING 0PEKIW6 AW tnle pleasure In announcing the prliig openiuitnl our seed Moic CI Market Street BexttoHechliigeiscloihiiigstoie with a fresh Mipply of Rower Seeds Garden Seeds iiUY CSroouliouwnml...

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. — 15 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVENING MAY 15 1884 The Presidential boom for Gen ham is on the increase J L Tavlou Co clothing dealers at Faris have uindo an nssinnment Foreman Shaw of the Berner jury has been indicted at Cincinnati for per- iury - It is reported from Pittsburg that a strike among railroads miners is antici pated Coi W C P Bkkckinhidgk will prob ably have no opposition in his race for Congress The Supreme Council of the Knights of Honor of the United States is in ses sion at Chicago Thk retirement of Bismarck from the Prussian Ministry has received the con sent of the Emperor At the close of tho Legislature about one hundred unimportant bills remained unsigned by tho Governor The Mississippi lias cut a new channel through Colos Creek ten miles below Waterproof La shortening the distance nine miles The Senate has passed without debate the bill placing General Grant on the re tired list with pay as a General which is 18300 a year The Republicans of the Portsmouth Ohio co...

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. — 15 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVENING MAY 15 1884 BOSSEE MoOABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To WnoK Address All Communications Runaway babies HoeKing to wed Ought to be spanked And put to bed Dr W X Thacy is leturing on tem perance at Vnncoburg Two slmcl were caught recently in the river at Vanceburg ono of them woighed seven and the other three pounds i Tjie steamer Hnttie Brown will make an excursion trip to Cincinnati next Sun day The fare for the round trip is 1 TIie 5It Carmel omnibus during the District Conference at that place next week will give reduced rates to all mem bers going and returning - Frksii mackerel is a delicacv received to day at John Wheelers fish and game depot They are very fine and all lovers of good fish should go and try them Olmver H utchinson who killed Robt Cahall in Brown County Ohio near Ripley not long ago haB been sentenced to the penitentiary for three years Tiik new counterfeit ten and twenty five cent pieces which are being circu lated in some p...

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. — 15 May 1884

CONDENSED NEWS FnANCE baa seven lunatics to every 350 if population Huxley invented the word agnostic lftecn years ago Ajiout thrco hundred men own the cattle if Colorado South Australia will export 11000000 usheis of wheat this year The Empress of Austria is instructed by her physicians to remain in strict seclusion The number of clergymen booked for Europe tills season is said to be unusually arge Minister Lew Wallace is coming lomo on four months1 leave He left Con stantinople yesterday The Paris Ramblers Club gavo a ban quet last night in honor of Minister Mor ton and ex Minister Noyes Antino Douio killed and Seth Brown fatally hurt by fall of slato in Junction railroad tunnol near Pittsburg Lord Lyttons daugh ter is a gonitis Sho has written tho most territlo ghost story of modern times Tim Anti Monopolist National Conven tion meets in Chicago to day It is conceded Gen Butler will bo nominated A St Vincent pnper says tho dynamito scare has reached tho English islands The luggag...

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 May 1884

VOL 3 NO M6 Pipe eiuolilnK Is the real toet of a tobacco It 1b the regal way of smoklnsr You get moro directly at the flavor and fragrance You take the emoke cooler and tho tonic cleanlier and aafer Pipo unoklng 1b amoking reduced to a fine art Tho more tho question of adulterated tobacco forces itsolf on the attention of smokers the more deslrablo it becomes to know precisely what you are smoking In Blackwells Bull Durham Smoking To bacco you have a guarantee I I always mat ib is unium b L I own unadulterated product Jk I Its fragrance flavor and unsurpaEsedquahtyarode wLmmmW pveu irom uio duu miu sir Try it and you will be ml iifitil None genulna with- outtrado aiirlrof tho Bull JlM All successful Fishermen and Sports wW mcu Mnoko JilackwellH Dull Durham am Tobacco and they enjoy it SPRING QPEMiMG Wb take plnsure in nnnoiinrlng tho sprint opcuinol our seed stoio il Market Street iiexttoilechliigersclolliltigstoio with afresh bupply of Flower Seeds Garden Seeds Globe Anglo and Chec...

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 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY KVENING MAY 10 1884 The Democratic State Convention of Louisiana will bo held at Baton Rouge Juno 17th TuEfreolistin Hewitts proposed tariff is made up chiofly of articles contained in the free list of the original Morrison bill A bill to establish civil government in Alaska was passed by tho house It provides for the appointment of a Gov ernor and establishes a District Court to sit at Sitka which is designated as the temporary capital and also at Wrangell Tiiekk has been a popular conviction that a largo part of our western land is held by European speculators Tho St Faul Press has made an investigation and says that not more than half a mil lion acres are personally held by foreign ers in tho north west It is said that out of of a yearly aver age of three hundred murder trials in France only Ave aro concluded with tho death sentence But the odd two hun dred and ninety five aro sentenced to the galleys and not as with us turned loose to engage in ward pol...

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 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING MAY 10 1884 BOBSEB MoCAETHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Address Ali Commuwicatiohs u2im Sunday morning Uo that way And soo tho show At Sllckaway Mow stylo bonnets Bangs and curls Piles and piles 0 pretty girls Lookout for counterfeit dimes Many of them are in circulation in this city m A chalk mark around a barrel of su gar is given as a sure remedy for ants Ashland has organized a building as sociation The best people of tho town are at tho head of tho enterprise Major Henry T Stantons new vol ume of poems will be issued from the press of Robert Clarke Co of Cincin nati in about ten days Mr G S Judd real estate agent on Thursday sold for Mrs Mary Martin two dwellings which brought 1800 He also sold tho residenco of Mrs M E Gilraore for 3000 A scheme is on foot at Louisville to deepen the river at the mouth of tho canal to improve navigation Colonel Merrill in charo of Ohio river improve ments is the author of the plan CAir William Austin now...

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