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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 May 1884

MEAMBS1T4TGAIK 4 r f SIuKe Hundred Turks Slain at tho Bano Revolt Loudon Vrlirlitcncd Over Sonic Paint A Consumptive Kliiir Tried For Trcon Con nil I llccullcd Uclclitiir Adjourned CAino May 10 A report Is circulated here that the natives havo revolted at Bano in Arabia and that in a rocont en gagement with the Turks U00 of the latter were slain The British troops are savage bocause Parliament has omitted to thank them for their services in the Soudan especially In view of Lord Wolseleys recent eulogium upon thoir gallant conduct Tho time of a majority of the men has expired nnd they refuse to serve longer in Egypt saying that thoy desire to roturn home Cairo May 15 Tho situation of tho garrison at Dongola Is reported to be des perate The natives of the placo show a strong disposition to sldo with tho rebols and great care is roquired to prevent treachery HEICHSTAO ADJOURNS Berlix May 10 Tho Koichstag ad journs to day until tho 10th of Juno TRIED FOR TREASON Leipsio May 10 In tho tr...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 17 May 1884

li S j Fwwwtwtwm ripe smoking 1b the real taitof a tobacco It li the regal way of smoking You get tnoro directly at the flavor and fragrance You take tho emoko cooler and tho tonic cleanlier and safer Pipe BinoUng Is smoking reduced to a fine art The more tho question of adulterated tobacco forces Itself on tho attention of smokers tho more desirable It becomes to knovr precisely what you aro smoking In I31ackwells Dull Durham Smoking To wMe bacco you hare a guarantee I i always wk u is jMaiurci A I ownunadulteratedproduct JK I Its fragrance flavor and y I unsurpassed quality are de nvca irom mo sou anu air try It and you will be tat UltJ Nano genulno with- out trade mark of tho Soil SM All uiccestful nH men sinoko BlackweUM Dull Durham J91 BnioktUtf Tobacco and they enjoy it SPRING OPENING We tnlte plnsmo In nmiounclim the xprlnK opening ol our Seed More 01 Mailtet Street next lo llecliliigeisclotliinyMore with fresh supply of Rower Seeds Garden Seeds A Greenhouse nntl biddlng plnn...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 17 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING MAY 17 1884 The lato IU Rov Bishop A M Toobbo had hia life insured for 10000 The total losses by tbo recent Wall street failures nre estimated to be 20 000000 m It is predicted that there will be but few contested seats in the Republican Convention at Chicago The Democratic joint caucus at Baton Rouge nominated J B Etistis for United States Senator to succeed Senator Jones Maiionk it is said will manipulate the Virginia and North Carolina delegations in tho Republican convention at Chicago Work is proceeing rapidly with tho railway tunnol under tho Mersey The tunnel will bo three and ono eighth miles in length At Washington a bill has been reported to the House appropriating 100000 for the relief of sufferers by the Hood in the Lower Mississippi The President by proclamation has restored to the public domain 307000 acres of land in New Mexico set apart for an Apacho reservation The Kontucky Court of Appeals has reversed judgment in tho case of Jos...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 17 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING MAY 17 1884 ROSSES McOABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Address Alii Commuhioations There was a man In our town And he was wondrous wise He always used tha Bollktin To reach the peoples eyes And as roward for level betid Why he had lots ot tin He made it all by talking through The Daily Bulletin Tub funeral of Judge Reid will take place at Mt Sterling this afternoon at three oclock Mr W B Clank has removed his grocery Btore to the handsome new quar ters at Neptune Hall A crayon portrait of the late Mrs Joseph Varian executed by Mr Sam Wood of this city is on exhibition in the window of Kackleys book store Mr and Mrs F B Smith who have been visiting friends in Maysyille re turned to their homo at Duluth Minn yesterday They were accompanied by Mrs I Brotherton Notice On Tuesday the day before the meet ing of the M E Church South Confer ence at Mt Caimel two omnibuses for the accomodation of the members will leave this city at two oclock p in ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 17 May 1884

THE ETERNAL TRUTHS Of tho Lost Causo Again Voiced by Jeff Davis Ib a Letter or lies ret Showing That tUe PrIiietlcN of States Right Still Hnvoa Warm IMuce In the Old ItlautH Heart Rome Go May 17 Tlicro is to be a military encampment of State troops hero in July Among those whose presenco was expected was Jefferson Davis This morn ing tho Courier prints tho statement that the ex Confederate chieftain can not come In a litter Mr Davis says To see the veterans of tho war for State sovereignity and tho cons of those who so nobly maintained the causo would bo to mo a ploasuro of which it is with sin cere regret that I find myself doprlvod Borno down with overwhelming numbors Southorn resistance to wrong and usurpa tion proved unavailing but believing as I did and do that the causo was just that we were but assortingthe eternal truths on which our fathers founded American inde pendence and which sooner or later I hope and believe the American people will re assert I can not admit that our...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 19 May 1884

T J JUKLKY 1 JJfiAJLlj x i VOL 3 NO 148 r TK hi mmmmmmmmmmmmmm When you come to think of It It is not odd that literary reoplo prefer a pipe to a clpir It it handier to nmoke when they are writing and ever to much cleaner And hen It gives them the true essence and flavor of the tobacco The most fastidious smokers anion all nations and all classes of men atrree that tho tobacco frrovrn on tho Golden Tobacco Belt of North Carolina Is tho mont delic ious and refinod in the world Lighter than Turkish more fragrant than Havana jfreerfrom njtrates and nicotine than any otner it is just wnat uio connoisseur praises and tho habitual smoker demands The very choicest tobacco trrown on this Belt is bought by Black wells Durham Tobacco Co and appears In their celebrated Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco His known tho world over Get tho KenulnewithBull trado mark then you 111 be buw of having abso lutely puro tobacco i 1 mum MKry Vcl Mplfnji SCUM VTVJSB Xf Xifr 2mF vCfa 4 L wmim XMAfc vnbW rimo UAS 1 ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 19 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING MAY 19 1884 Corneilson it is said left Mt Sterling on a midnight train and has not sinco been heard from The Now York Star says Blaines white plumo looks just at present as if Jim had gono out while it rained and had forgotten his umbrella Kate Spraguo Chase once so noted in Washington gay society is giving bril liant weekly receptions in her residenco in the most fashionable quarter of Paris to the astonishment of all her country men Tiik Washington Star says If Gen Grant is to bo forthwith put on the re tired list to reimburse him for the fail ure of the Wall Btreet firm how would it do to put the unfortunate depositor on the pension roll i Coi J Stoddard Johnston President of the Kentucky Press Association has written a letter to tho Shelby Sentinel suggesting an excursion this spring to Texas and Mexico The trip certainly would bo a very pleasant one Tun president of a pleading national bank of New York City speaking of the failure of the Marino...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 19 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING MAY 19 1884 bosseb McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address Ali Communications Vieronr veo fatltosee Haa perched upon the banner The boys are scooped and that my friend It whats the matter with Hanner Mayslick is now talking to Mt Sterl ing through the telephone Mr Frank Stkvknb of East Maysville had a valuable cow to die on Sunday The new temperance lodge will hold a meeting to night All members are ur gently asked to bo present All the street cars were out yesterday and they were crowded all day Sunday travel lias begun in earnest ii Mrs AnnaD Fleetwood and Mrs Tom asson will return to Chicago next Friday They will be accompanied by Mr W II January m All city subscription accounts for the Daily Bulletin should bo paid to Mr 17m E Austin who has entire charge of the delivery to its subscribers Mr A B Greenwood will remove to Charleston W Va next week and thus Maysville will lose a good mechanic and an enterprising and useful citizen Majo...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 19 May 1884

ENCOUNTERING A BOMB Miraculous Escape of President Bap rios of Guatemala As Helmed In n Letter to IHr Jnool Italz United States Consul A Well Planned Scheme tlmt Failed Its Purpose New YonK May 10 The following ac count of tlio recent attempt upon tho life of President Barrios has been received in this city by Mr Jacob Baiz Consul of Guatemala to the United States The writer is thoroughly roliablo and well in formed citizen of that country On Sunday the 13th after 780 p m the President went forth for a promenade about tho Alameda Del Qeatro in compan with Mr Barrundia There being a per formance in the theater that evening the surroundings wero almost deserted every body having gono into tho building At abcut 8 oclock President Barrios and Gen eral Barrundia enterod tho park surround ing tho theater through tho first of the two gates looking to tho west Thoy turned to the right and following tho walk went to their accustomed proraenado about the llttlo space which is encircled by mas...

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. — 20 May 1884

DAILY EY ENINft BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 149 When 700 come fo tliiulTof II It 1 not odd that literary HorIoiTcferrlltoa clKr It is handler to tmoke when they are writing and crer to much cleaner And then It gives them the true essence and flavor of tho tobacco The most fastidious smokers among1 all nations and all classes of men aurec that tho tobacco grown on tho Golden Tobacco Belt of North Carolina is tho most delic ious and refined in the world Lighter than Turkish more f rnirrant than Havana freer from nitrates and clcotlno than any other it is Just what the connoisseur praises and tho habitual smoker demands Tho cry choicest tobacco crown on this licit is bought by Ulack wells Durham Tobacco Co and appears in their celebrated Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco It is Known tho world ocr Get tho genuine withBull trade mark then you v ill be stirs of having abso lutely puro tobacco far J ff f PIIOUAS TACHNtKV Dealer in BUGSIES GARBAGES Kpiiiifr Wnfjuis nml flarncsw Repository No 18 Sutton 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. — 20 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING MAY 20 1884 The Musical Festival began at Cincin nati on Tuesday A dead lock over the appropriation bills is probable in Congress Tin revised old testament will be ready for publication next November Ohio is improving She lias abolished the lock step in her penitentiary i The East Kentucky News will here after be published at Catlettsbuig The first number will appear early in June CoLUMiiU8itOhioTiines New sores broke out over night in the Republican party but tholjold ones are spreading beautifully The Yeoman says that the school fund of Kentucky now amountslto 1000000 The next tiling is to seeJthat tho schools get the benefit of it m The proposition to abolish the tobacco tax at Washington is received with more favor than was expected The movement is likely to have considerable strength IIos W O Bradley of Kentucky has boon employed to prosecute the Star Route cases A prosecutor is tho thing needed as a white washer lias been em ployed heretofore...

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. — 20 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING MAY 20 1884 BOSSER MoOARTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Address Ali Communications w To salt the present state of things The proper way to do Is change the name of Second street To Pig Tall Avenue And why such step Is propor now No need to tell you twice Because you know that part of town is porkers paradise See A R Burgess announcement to morrow Ax advertisement inviting sealed pro posals for the construction of the now opera house in this city is printed else where i The ladies of the 11 E Church South will at an early day give an ice cream Bnpper in Coopers new building for the benefit of the Church Mb G S Judd real estate agent sold to day for Mr Eben Wait a building lot in Woodville to Mrs Elizabeth Mulligan for 170 cash The remains of Mrs Mary Jane Shultz who died at Philadelphia last week ar rived here on Monday and were interred that afternoon at the cemetery There willl be a game of base ball at the East End Park on Thursday after n...

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. — 20 May 1884

THE OLD WORLDS jStEWS M I i H f i I Disastrous Conflagration Haging In a Town in Asia Manor Hcntftch and Kranzcwakl Convicted of TroiiMon Expedition for Jcn crnl CSordiinti Kellefto Leave for Khartoum Juud 0 Constantinople May 20 At Bel Ba zar a city of Asia Minor 050 dwellings W4 warehouses and shops 12 moscjuos 15 schools 0 khans and 1 10 other buildings burned Eleven persons perished IIEUTSCH AND KltASZEWSKI FOUND GUILTY Leipsic May 20 The trial of Captain Heutsch and M Kruszewski for treason concluded to day The accused were found guilty Captain Heutsch was sentenced to nine years imprisonment in the houso of of correction and M Kriszowski on ac count of his extreme age seventy six years was ordered t bo internod in the fortress for a term of three years and six months The trial has lasted several days and was secret and very little testimony except that favorablo to the Government was allowed to reach the public The friends of 31 Kraszewski denounce the determined efforts of Ir...

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

DAILY VOL 3 NO 150 1 When roneohie Jo think of It it in not odd that literary people prefer a pipe to a cigar It It kadlor td smokewntn they are wrltlntr and ever to much cleaner And then It Khea them the true cbsenco and flavor of tho tobacco The mot fastidious smokers nmontr all nations and all classon of men nirreo that the tobacco grown on tho Goldon Tobacco Belt of North Carolina Is tho moi t ddlc ious and refined in tho world Lighter than Turkish mora f razrant than IlavaDa 5 freer from nitrates and nicotine than any other it is Just what tho connoisseur praises and the habitual smoker demands The very choicest tobacco ktowu on this licit is bought by Black wells Durham Tobacco Co and appears in their celebrated Bull Durham Smokimr Tobacco It is Known tno world over Get tho genulnowithBull trade mark then you n 111 bo suro of having abso lutely puro tobacco WnWVTyJjgjJjJE 4 v ml 1 SOUK H8WB wfrrilfi fiTfccm J8hsff basadl flllOWAhIAlKVOIV Denier in BUGGIES CARRIAGES Spring Wnro...

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

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE MAY 21 188 J The rumor that Senator Anthony would resign is denied Ho is reported to be in improved health One half of the eighteen votes of Kansas are now claimed for Arthur Senators Plumb and Ingalls have lately declared for him Gen Shekmam has prepared a letter to be read at the Chicago Convention de claring that ho will not become a candi for the Presidency under any circum stances The enactment of a bankruptcy bill at the present session of Congress is ct now considered probable A motion fixing Juno 10 as a day for tho consider ation of tho Lowell bill has been defeat ed in tho House The Louisville Mail lino of steamers have passed into tho hands of Capt John Kyle President of the Big Sandy and Pomeroy Packet Company and his as sociates Lewis Glenn is President of the new company Capt Wash Honshell Superintendent and W E McCall secre tary Simmons Medicated Well Water Tho following commendation of this excellent medicinal water is from a lady at ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE MAY 21 1884 bosses McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address all Communications Like a wild Unbroken colt Ho bolts tbo fence And goes to Holt And Just right liere In this regard Lot It be known Theres no reward The Sunday train on tbo Kentucky Central is well patronized all along the line ColStonk will feel a little better when he applies ice to his head Riddel 1 stock in this neighborhood is still worth one hundred cents to the dollar The case of Pearce against Finch ended in the Circuit Court on Saturday by the disagreement of the jury which stood we learn ten for the defendant and two for the plaintiff Mn C D Nkwell who sustained a fracture of the collar bone on Sunday evening by being thrown from a buggy near Lewisburg is getting along well and hopes to bo out again in a few days Mr Harry Bruce clerk of the Handy No 2 has accopted a position on the steamer J W Gaff in the Cincinnati and Memphis trade Mr Robert Bruce has temporarily take...

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. — 21 May 1884

THE POLITICAL ARENA W i Genuineness of the Blaine Conferenca in New York Questioned An Attack On tlio Arthur Boon Tin Liitcxt Iroili Tilden Is That lie Will Accept a Nomination If it la Tendered New Yoik May 21t The roported con ference hdra between the friends of Blaine ut which It is stiKed that Governor Foster of Ohio Senator Harrison of Indiana Collector Robertson and ex Sonator Piatt were present and telegraphed to certain western newspapers has given riso to con siderable speculation It is said that the purpose is to give some eastern man the Presidential nomination at Chicago and an Ohio or Indiana man the Vice Presiden cy If such a conference was held it is be lieved it was with a view in the event of Blaine failing to get the nomination to throw tho Blaine forces to either Edmunds Hawloy Lincoln or Foraker It would probably ba Edmunds and Lincoln or Hawley and Foraker Yot there is cer tainly a very significant foaturo about this reputed conference tliut is lacking to give i...

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 May 1884

DAILY VOL 3 NO 15L I Wi When you poma to think of It It is not odd that lttcrry people prefer rlpo to a cigar It lshundier to smoke when they are writing and ever so much cleaner And Lien It Rives them tho true essence and flavor of the tobacco Tho most faatidloui smokers amonir all nations and all classes of men otrrcc that tho tobacco mown on tho Golden Tobacco Belt of North Carolina is the taoet dellc ious and refined in the world Lighter than Turkish mora fragrant than Havana freer from nitrates and nicotine than any other it is Just what tho conuolsseut praxes and the liabltual smoker demands Tho very choicest tobacco prow n on this licit is bought by Black wells Durham Tobacco Co and appears in their celebrated Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco It is known the world ocr Get tho Kcnutaewith Bull trade mark then you will be euro of having abso lutely pura tobacco 7 ft I 1 bKMg JL Dealer In- BU6GIES CARRIAGES Spring WugoiiH itnil Harness Repository No 18 Sutton street Maysvllle Ky Head...

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 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE MAY 22 1884 It is Baid that Virginia delegates will support Tildon Bath County Instructs for Riddell for Appellate Judge The United States Pension Examiners have had a great denl to do lately Faystte County has fixed the salary of her School Commissioner at S50 The bears have not made any head way against Riddell Btock It is a littlo the rise of par to day m m Crop reiorts received at Cbioapo up to Hay 19th are to the effect that tho condition of both wheat and corn is en couraging The story that Vanderbilt had released Gen Grant from the payment of 150 000 borrowed money turns out too good to be true Don Camkuon has returned from Europe much improved in health and as talkative as a cobblestone about tho presidential outlook m The Fayette County Court has contrib uted 1000 to tho Hart Memorial Asso ciation Tho city of Loxington will probably give a like sum m The Grant firm paid twenty per cent a month for money This looks like a high rate of interest...

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 May 1884

r THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE MAY 22 1884 bosses mooabthy Publishers and Proprietors TO WlIOM ADDRESS AM COMMUNICATIONS Tut whip baa cracked Behind their rnrap The string Is Jerked And the poor things Jump Among the precincts Out and In At word of the boss Theyre running em lu The Central Hotel is receiving a coat of paint Stkawhehiues are abundant in this market TK farmers are busy putting out to bacco plants Business in the police court continues to be very dull m There will bo several candidates for school commissioner See elsewhere advertisement of a 250 shoe by Miner Bro The Mt Sterling mandate is not well received in Mason County Workmen are engaged replacing tho Bridge street cottages on their founda tions The Bonanza went down last night crowded with passengers going to the Music Festival at Cincinnati Mr Pollitt tho proprietor of the Mt Olivet stage line has lately placed a handsome new omnibus on the road One of our most experienced farmers says that a better crop of c...

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