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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 22 May 1884

Kv1 i FEW MORE FAILUREl w r t Suspension of a Pittsburgh Bnli Create Great Excitement Sage n Bully Boy Vandcrbllt Dlrcctl 1I1 Son to Feed llln Lntub Additional Now York lullure PiTTsnuna May 22 Tho Pennsylvania Bank Win N Riddle President baa just losed Its doors owing to a steady run Jurlng the post two day or the protec tion of depositors and creditors Riddle refuses to mako any itatomoiit or to bo in terviewed until mntters have been furthel Investigated Tho Pennsylvania Bank wai particularly an oil bank carrying the bulk of tho certificate loans of this city 01 Exchanges aro paralyzed and doing nothlnj whatever A run has just started ou othei oil banks in the city The directors of the Pennsylvania Bank were In session this afternoon Reporter were not admlttod It Is asserted that oil speculations were tho cause of tlfj failure and that tho assets of the baik will be small as comparod with tho liabilities The excitement In commercial ajd financial circles is momentarily IncreasSig...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 23 May 1884

SV r Get the gonulnewith Bull trado niark then you will be sura of having abso lutely puro tobacco Xiito fnii ai T- T- DAILY EENIW -BULLETIN ffi5anrri8WgtnKBfWiW rpHOISAS IVCKMN Ban iTS1 l earn Dt iUer In BUGGIES CARRIAGES Spring Wilsons nixl lIiiriicsH Reposltor No 18 Sutton Mreel Mnysvlllo Ky Headquarters foi DltJAUCaONMtirao tried and tellable Horse Medicines DR JACKSONS 11LACK OIL cures mango Clacked heel warts Kieasy lieol prjeked foo quitter sand cincUscoinsetc PrlceoOcents WENT is nn excellent lemedy for enluiHo ments spavin ring bone capped hock curl Bpllnt cramp or strain of tho whirl boue Price 50 rents DR JACKSONS WHITE OIL cures luni lever lnilamttlon oi the kidneys aud rhen inn tlMii in man or horse Pi Ice 60 cents DRJAKSONSFOOT OIL is an ellectlvt remedy lor chafes sores or quarter crncic In liorses fecit nnd mange and lice in cattle and hors es Price 60 cents SSent to nny nddress on receipt ot price octl8dly THOMAHIirKSON rp JlUKLKV Sanitary Plumber GAS a STEAM FITTER...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 23 May 1884

if THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING MAY 23 18S L TnK Now York Democratic convention is called for June 18 at Saratoga It is probable that tho Governor will not onlor a special election to fill the vacancy in the Superior Court caused by the death of Judge Reid Tub Now Hampshire Democrats in State convention called for a thorough reform of tho tariff commended the Democratic majority of tho House in tho recent effort for tariff reform and urged that there bo no cessation of the move ment to have the revenue system re established on an honest basis Amkl N Babnkv of tho New York Times well says I am in favor for one of using no wall printing whatever and putting all tho money thuB expended into newspapor advertising I believeit would be very much moroproGtableas an investment think this window and fence bupiness has becomo reduced to a condition of absolute vulgarity m Special Order No 1 Editor I trust that no Democrat in Mason will be influenced by the sen sational editorials and com...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 23 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING MAY 23 1884 BOSSEB MoCAETHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Address all Communications Comk out of tho woods And away from the farms At tho tap of the drum And the call to arms Then plant down your foot And let It be known In spite ol the bosses Your soul Is your own WncAT is looking very well nnd tho prospect for a good crop is very prom ising m m The card of Jugo Wall printed else where and which we have given an ap propriate heading reads agood deal after tho fashion of the Mt Sterling mandate Are you prepared to obey orders gentle men Nicholas County the home of one of the Mt Sterling bosses has declared for Judge Riddell as will will be seen by a despatch elsewhere The mandate sent out appears -to have been disregarded there Judge Wau who is Chairman of the Democratic Executive Committee says that this county has been conceded to Judge Moore If he has received the official returns wo will be pleased to in epect them m We observe that none of...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 23 May 1884

IMHE UWS OLUTGUES IWdinand Ward Arrested and Con fined in Luxurious Aparlmenta Ho Sltfnlller a Vllliiistir to ITlake IIcMtltutirtii and Submit to What ever lMinlnhiiiciit llio taw tlay Prescribe New Yonu May S3 Tho arrest of Ferdinand Ward wal mado on the applica tion of City Chamberlain J Nejson Tap- pan who claims that the firm owes him swjoao afternoon shadowed ufllco of Deputy Ball is lllea at fWVWO in the Ward down town was as usual and called at the Mr Btillnian While there Sheriff James Brown took him into custody It wna nearly C oclock when Ward descended tbo steps from the Trisity buildine with tho Sheriff Ho looked palo and haggard Ho hailed a Broadway bus and seated himself with his head resting on one arm supported by the wiadow casing The Sheriff took n seat opposite When tho Sinclair houso was reached they alighted and went in The Sheriff had a short consultation with the clerk and then the visitors signed thuir names in an illogiblo fashion Thoy then adjourned to the ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 24 May 1884

DAILY VOL 3 NO 153 When Ton coma to i think of it It la not odd that literary people prefer pipe to ft cigar It la iundlai to traoko when they ro vrrltiDR and eer bo much cleaner And then It gives them the true essence and flavor of the tobacco The most fastidious Muokera amocir all nations and all classes of men atrreo that the tobacco grown on the Golden Tobacco Belt of North Carolina Is tho inort delic ious and refined In tbo world Lighter than Turkish more fragrant than Havana freer from nitrates and nicotine than any other It In Just what tho connoisseur praises and the habitual smoker demands Tho very choicest tobacco grown on this licit Is bought by Black wells Durham Tobacco Co and appeara In their celebrated Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco Itis known the world over i Oct tho genuine wlthBull trade mark then you will be suns of having abso lutely jiuro tobacco MX JS flTOTw T I II J Jtt Jt BiMVK rwrtaaiSffiSffiK iSEEiUsiS MIIOJlANTV Kh Dealer lii BUGGIES CARRIAGES Spring VnroiiM ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 24 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING MAY 24 1884 Fleming County is solid for Riddoll i The agricultural bill with a few amendments has pnsed tho Senate m m The Nebraska Democrats have in structed for the old ticket and a ion of the tariff The river is rising rapidly at port La and heavy Hoods are expected Six inches of rain fell Wednesday night If Judge Kiddoll receives tho rote of Mason to day wonder if any of tho little ringstor will decide to Btump the county for Holt i Tins county has not been conceded to Moore since the death of Judge Roid It is a matter of great doubt whether tho latter under any circumstances could have carried it o The report is not truo that Ulysses Grant Jr has sloped to Canada The reason ho did not want so says tho Cincinnati Tost was because ho did not have enough money left to buy a ticket Even tho Czai of all tho Russias has concluded to modify his tariff so as to in vite the commerce of other nations Ho is anxious to head off tho United States and Indi...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 24 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING MAY 24 1884 bosser McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Addpksh All Communications The resolution Now weve made Is To tell the bosses To bo to Hades Tun city council has made no change in the city assessment m Riddkll stock is quoted to day at a good premium and rising Many Maysvillians are attending the Musical Festival this week The convention meets this afternoon at half past one oclock sharp i - Show the hoBses to day that you are going to do as you d d please The scarred veterans of the Yes Sir corps are not in as good spirits to day as yeeerday The tax on hogs will remain at 50 cents a head the council having refused to change it to 1 m Let the foot be put down flat on boss ism to day that it may be stamped out forever in this county The Yes Sirs are very busy this morning running the boys in in obedi ence to orders from the bosses The Dudes beat the Bright Lights of Washington yesterday on the grounds of the latter by a score of twel...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 24 May 1884

St s PJI OYER THE WATERS ft m Takes His Horsewhipping as Regular Rations Glenm of Sonne Tariff on Art Tli Cartridge Crop Attain Popping Dp Serenely French Protectorate London May 24 Plunger Walton has received Another horsewhipping This time the drubbing ivas administered not by Sir John Aftley but by a German American named Loltlor a veterinary geon who makes horse dentistry his spe cialty and the trouble was about the lat ters bill T1IE TARIFF ON ART Romk May 24 In the Chamber of Di p uties Bignor Bognacci interrogated tuu Government m to tho course it intend to pursue in view of tho refusal of tho Amer ican Congress to reduce tho tariff upon foreign works of art Tho Minister of Arts replied that tho matter was under consideration THE FIRST GLEAM OF SENSE London May 21 The Rt Hon Mr Trovelyau Chiof ocretary for Ireland has issued a circular to tho Irish police di recting them in caso objection is made not to enter places where privato National League meotings aro being hold oven t...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 May 1884

DAILY m23dfcwtf Hm iniuci no BULL Ha DURHAM SMOKING TOBACCO t Bl BpWiWBl MIWK3 MHMUK tmjmmi tmwtmv tmmetmmsrvixttttMKmmxmi HUM iv H3tgsgtwaBwiKiaKawK K3M ass BSTiasagiaiinw wnwpna SEBK UW trStflfflKStfEMSKl EfilK9IEaBaftKKraX UUS bimmuinb IroprieLor m T JSPi1 S MHOJIAN lAtKKOh Dealer in BUBSiES CARRIAGES triiir Wnnoiis ami Hitrncsx Repository No IS Sutton street Muysvlllo Ky Headquarters for UK JAl KfcONH llino tried and reliable Horse medicines DR JACKSONS BLACK OIL enrcs mange cracked bee vans grensj heel pricked too quitter sand cracks corns etc Price 60 cen DR JACKSONS BLISTERING OINT MENT is nu excellent lemedy lor enlarge meuts spavin ring bone capped hoee curl pllnt ciHinp or strain of the whrl bone Price SO cents DR JACKSONS WHITE OIL cures luui fever lntlamatlon o Hie kidneys and rheu rca tlhin iH man or hore Pi let 50 cents DR At KSONH FOOT OIL is an elfectlvi remedy lor chafes soro or quarter crack In horses feet and mange nnrt Hch In cattle and horses Pilco 60 cents sarS...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING MAY 20 1884 TitK lato Republican clawing match was a tamo affair as compared with the doings at the court house last Saturday evening A despatch to the Bulletin from Paris on Saturday evening announced that the Bourbon delegation to Win chester was uninBtructed but the dele gates are for Scott and Moore Says the Chicago News You can easily distinguish tho Blaine boom from other booms by the parasol it carries When tho wind is southerly it knows a sunstioko from a platter of ice cream Madison Montgomery Bath Fleming Clark and Robertson Counties have in structed for Iliddell It rcguircs eighty four votes to nominate and Judge Rid- dell who was here Saturday claims that he lias ninety six certain which is twelve more than is necessary to nominate Vhke the Bulletin is in doubt as to what its political duties aro it will apply for advice as to what its course shall he to some of tho distinguished gentlemen who are now criticising it for supporting Riddel...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 May 1884

A THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING MAY 20 1884 hossee McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address Ali Communications Odr Radical friends The other day Kept up their fight For miles away Our scratching for Rlddoll And clawing for Moore Ended short off At the court house door The office of the Eastern Kentucky Telephone Association is in the second Btory of the Cooper building on Second street mm A little daughter of Mr W C Shackleford had her hand badly crushed on Saturday by the fall of a window Her injuries were very painful m Handsome new uniforms for Hauckos band will be supplied by Messrs Hcch inger Bros Co this week They are well rnade and much neater than the present dress m m Mr Sua Fran superintendent of the water works is preparing to protect tho river bank in front of the pump house in East Maysville Tho work will bo a cood and substantial piece of engineer ing The Niagara fire engine was sent to Manchester on Saturday to be tried by the fire department preparator...

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. — 26 May 1884

THE VILLAINS HAD FLED We Are Speaking Now of Ex Banb Presidents Eno and Fisb For Whoso Arrcnta on Cilmlnnl Pros edition lVnrranta Havo Ilecr Sworn Out Believed to Have Gone to Canada New YonK May 0 Warrants for the arrest of John C Eno and James D Fish were issued Saturday by United States Commissioner Shields on the application of United States District Attorney Elihu Itoot in a criminal prosecution for the misappropriation respectively of funds of the Second National Bank and of the Ma rino National Bank At a la to hour Satur day night noither warrant hod been served The wurrant for tho arrest of Air Fish is the outcome of Mr Hoots investigations into the hitherto impenetrable mysteries surrounding some of tho affairs of the Ma rine National Bunk Tho warrant for the arrest of Eno is believed to have had its rlso in the complaints of directors of the Second National Bank Tho marshals went to Mr Enos house They found on the street in front of tho house and at tho doorway and distrib...

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. — 27 May 1884

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 155 Analysts by Dr A Voclcker P B S Con sulting chemist Hoyal Agricultural Society England shows only a trace of nitrates in Blackwell8 Bull Durham Tobacco Tho boll ot tho Golden Beltof North Carolina in which this tobacco Is growndont supply nitrates to tho leaf That Is the secret of its delicious mildness Nothing so puro and luxurious for smoking Dont forget tho brand Nonegen ulno without tho trade mark of tho Bull All dealers havo It HHBHIIMWWHH MIHHHHR 9HHBM lrlM9fG mm When feline concert drive away riccpy our lxvjt solace 1b found lu JUackutWt Hull 1ut ham Siiloktnj Tobacco tt bBLi BLACKWELLS mm mil i - HMIHIIIJK BfMUrniHBdK rvTO sTssrws IWHWJ8E3 iiMiwmwr inri omuMnu tmua SSESS TOBACCO mum a N3iKOTmMn mxzMwwRWim TrZ13 XVWVr4iimFA H fJIItASlAtHON Deal r 111 BUG8IES CARRIAGES Spring WugoiiN nml Kuril cm Heposlloiv No IS Sutton street Mnysvllle Kv HenilquiitcrslorDK JU IOsOVsilmo tried and tellable Horse Ifedicines PR J ACJvHUiB BLACK OIL cures iuui...

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. — 27 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENINQMAY 27 1384 Tiie Utah bill wil be considered in the Senate this week The iron workers of Pittsburg are pro paring for a general strike to begin the first of Juno Tub Cincinnati Nows Journula debts amount to 03000 The oflice will bo sold at auction next week The avorugo acreage of wheat in Ken tucky is greater by ten per cent than it was last year and everywhere it Js look ing in fine condition The Holiday House at Fleraingsburg under the management of Mr H M Stitt is one of tho best stopping places in the Stale Travelers should by all means go there if they wish to be gener ously taken caro of - m Mn Hammond of Georgia will head the committee to investigate W II Eng lish Ex Commissioner Green B Raum is also to be investigated It has long a scandal that ex members have grossly abused their privileges of access to the floor Mautiv Boyd Carter and Lewis Coun ties have instructed for Moore The del egation from Rockcastle County wore instructed to vote f...

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. — 27 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING MAY 27 1884 ROSSEE MoCAETHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address Awe Communications bMxT The owl lit tired We think U beat To day at least Tlint lie should rest Oapt Isaac Saunders wns the Beau Bruin mel of the Maysville delegation to Bowling Green Mr Gkorge T Woods new delivery Tvagon for his grocery store in East Mays ville is one of the neatest in the city TitE Artificial Ico Company has lately provided a delivery wagon for the bene fit of their customers in the Fifth ward and Chester The wagon used at pres ent will be replaced in a short time by a line new one Mn A Siiaffeu will begin immediately the erection of a fine two story frame dwelling on Second street in East Mays ville The work will be done by Mr Homer Frederick and it will be a well finished and handsome residence Tun members of the Emmet Rifles are notified to meet at their armory on Wed nesday evening at half past seven oclock A full attendance is desired E C LnoKARD Lieutena...

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. — 27 May 1884

DYNAMITERS AT DOVER Exciting Struggle Botwoon Tyro IiCon and the Detectives The Former Clnlm to be Ircncl OhemlKtH A Victory for Ilcrii linrdt dcnt nii Prliiccw Ex cluded Irom the Throne LoNnoN May 27 A very exciting scene occurred to day at the railway station at Dover Shortly after tko arrival of the steamer from Calais the polico authorities received a telegram from Calais informing them that two men had embarked thero for Dover carrying with them two suspicious looking bags which they handled very carefully and giving a description of the itnen Several dotoctives were at onco sont to the dock to await tho arrival of the steamer and arrest tho men J The latter eluded tho detectives until tho train was about leaving for London when they rushed into the station and boarded the train while leaving the depot Acouplo of detectives on tho lookout for them at tho station soized hold of the men who clung to the running train and n desperate strugglo ensued Both olllccrs and men were drag...

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 May 1884

fc It ff DAILY VOL 3 NO 156 Analysis by Dr A Voclcker F R S Con sulting Chemist Royal Agricultural Society England shows only a trico of nitrates in Blackwelrs Bull Durham Tobacco Tho Boll or tho Golden Belt or North Carolina In which this tobacco la grown dont supply nitrates to tho leaf That la the secret of lta delicious mildness Nothing bo puro and luxurious for smoking Dont forget tho brand Nonegcn ulne without tho trade marK or the JJU All dealers havo lu When fcllno concerts drlveawysleciyour boot solace la found In Jltarkueirt Hull Dur ham Smoking Tobacco n m I jM Iixwt B BBULL S3H SsS SMOKING SjBBg www jft wMmrmmimamwm Dealer In- BUGGIES CARRIAGES Kiirili Wagons mill IlurliCKM Repository No 18 Sutton stref t Mnvsvlllc Ily llendquai tors lor DlLJAlKSONstlme tried nutl reliable orse Pledicines DH JACKSONS BLACK OIL cures tnHige cracked lieel wans greasy Iieel pricked foot Quitter sand cracks corns etc Irlcofiucpnls DR JACKSONH BLISTERING OINT MENT is an excellent remedy for e...

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 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE MAY 28 1884 Tiik oil Arcs in Philadelphia consumed 600000 -worth of raw material m i i - Mr Tiios H Payntkb of Greenup declines to bo a candidate for Congress Lewis is said to produce nioro preach ers to the square foot than any other county in the State Tjik second National bank of Now York has made good its defalcation and is pronounced solvent Cavt Tiios Murphy of Lexington was appointed general business manager of the Kentucky Inebriato Asylum at Louisville m o Bills have been introduced in the House and Senate to appropriate 100 000 for the extension and improvement of the Newport barracks Estill Powell and Pike Counties have instructed for Riddell and Carter and Martin for Moore Of the instructed vote bo far Riddell has fifty Moore twenty two Kendall twenty one und Scott eighteen Judqi Riddell has lost from what ho claimed as shown by the returns from the primaries three vote3 and gained seven lie is confldonfjthat ho will bo nominated at Winch...

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 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE MAY 28 1884 EOSSER MoCAETHY Publishers and Proprietors TO WUOH ADDRfCSf AM COMMONICATI0N8 tt Tiik Fleetwood soon to Louisville Aplloof freight will tote And people there aro going to seo A bout as U a boat Strawbhruies nro finer and larger this season than ever known before s HrMEMiiKit the ico cream anil Btraw bery festival at Neptune Hull to night Thk repairing of the pier on the west side of Limestono bridge is in progress It seems to be a very substan tial piece of work i 1 m m John Farleys lightning line baggage express wagon is out again and looking almost as bright as the accommodating driver does after a profitable days work - r Mrs M J Morford has just returned from the city with the largest and hand somest assortment of summer millinery ever brought to this city She invites the ladies to call An enraged stallion made a savage at tack on his keeper at Lexington Ky breaking his arm and leg besides tearing great pieces of flesh from the poor f...

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