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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 May 1884

PYiE AS A CANDIDATE Earoly Possible -that Ho will Fall Heir to Tildons Claim TlldoiiN Illness Drnlcd VlnconalB Democracy Mke lite Head of the Old Ticket but IVaut the Tall Themselves New York May 2S The Bum to day says editorially Henry B Pnyno is loom lug up grandly in the character of a possi ble and not altogether improbable successor to Mr Tilden as the Democratic candidate for tho presidency The fact that tho Ohio delegation in Chicago in July is to be solid for 1ayno i3 of peculiar importanco and significance Every day can see what it may amount to The ouly objection to Mr Payne is found in tho existence of tho Standard Oil Company but that objection is loss fatal ban it was It is believed that this famous company stood near the ragged edge of bankruptcy during tho crash of Wack Wednesday If it should fail out right before tho Democratic Convention Meets at Chicago and if Mr Payne should really get the nomination he would stand a splendid chanco of being elected Per haps he ma...

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

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 157 AhalyBls by Dr A Voclckcr P It B Con Baiting Chemist Royal Agricultural Society England shows onlr a traco of nitrates in mackwcll8 Bull Durham Tobacco The soil ot tho Golden licit ot North Carolina tn which this tobacco 13 grown dont supply nitrates to tho leaf That la tho secret of its delicious mildness Nothing so puro and luxurious for smoking Dont forget tho brand None gen ulno without tho tnulc inark ot the Hull All dealers havo It When feline concerto flA boet solaoo U found In I 11 drlv onway Bltepyour MacltwtUl Jiutl Dur ham Snoklnj Tubateo I M tJSlaeMvtirt B jBfijjg blackwells Sfe aunus bull SHE mBBBSm DURHAM ssS SSHPES smoking XfimE SSSS TOBACCO 355 MMi iMcigfajfaiiniwiBWMis riHOMAS tf ACHfcOMf JL -Dealer In BUGGIES CARRIAGES Spring VViioiih and IlnrmHS Repository No IS Sutton street Maysvllle Ky Headquarters lor Dll JACKSON ti lliuo tried nnd reliable orse Hioines DR JACKSONS BLACK OIL cures mange crnclied heel wans gtcusy heel pileked...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 29 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE MAY 29 1884 Major MoKinley of tho Eighteenth Ohio district wua unseated by tho houso and Wallace seated Dispatches from New iberia and St Martinsville La report everything quiet and no probability of n conflict o Delegatus from San Francisco to the California Democratic State Convention have been instructed for Tilden The law forbidding tho sale in thia State of tho Tolico Gazette and like pub lications goea into effect Juno 10th - i The Missouri Republican Convention for tho nomination of a full State ticket will bo held at Moborly September 9 i m The Democratic National Convention will be composed of 803 delegates Un der tho two thirds rulo it will require 535 to make the nomination Tiik postal telegraph is still in tho dis tance in spite of tho strong report of a Senato committeo in favor of it but each year sees it less distant Tun Republican candidates seem to bo narrowing down to Blaine and Arthur with Grant and Conkling favoring Blaine as again...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 29 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE MAY 29 1884 BOSSEE MoOARTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address All Uommdwioationh Kw the bost way to Is to do as you please For your mind If you have one will then be at ease Of course you will meet with all sorts of abuse But dont think to stop them It alnt any uro For people will talk Light frost this morning Owens block is getting into shnpo again Carlisle is moving an opera Iiqubc in the matter of Cait Isaac Saunders still recognizes Lis old acquaintances Mn 0 F ZwniOAnT has decided to make his new building four stories high Tub Eastern Kentucky Telephone lino will bo ready for business by the first of June Improvement is going on everywhere in the city and mechanics in all branches are busy A party of Government engineers are surveying Kentucky river for the purpose of locating locks and dams Business at the police court is dull again this week Very few arrests have been made and only for trivial offenses A new pavement is being put down ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 29 May 1884

A TALK WITH INGERSOU He Says Business Men Wnnt an In ferior Man for President The Statement Tlint tlio Electing Held In NoivVork to Itoout Arthur Wan u Scliomo of Colliding to Hooni Uraat Wasjiinpton May 20 A correspondent asked Colonel Ingensoll this evening vrbon ho was going to Ubicajjo Ho replied I do noc know whether I shall go or not Do you tako any interest in tho nomi nations I should like to see Grosham nominat ed but be is only a possibility What do you think of Arthurs chances 1 hardly know He is hardly an aver age man in point of ability That ought to bolp birn Tho people do not appear to waut a man for President who is above the average Tho businoss man prefers a man below tho average He regards a man with ideas as positively dangerous The business man wants nothing dono Ho says Heavens arent we doing well ouough now Then let well enough alone We are suiForlng from overproduction and nothing is dono to socuro foreign markets nothing is dono to cultivato friendly rela ti...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 30 May 1884

Oisimont S Sta DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 158 Analysis by Dr A Voclckcr P K s Con nultlng Chemist Koyal Agricultural Socloty England allows only a traco ol nitrates In lilackwells Bull Durham Tobacco The soil or tbo Golden Dclt or North Carolina In which this tobacco Is grown dont supply nitrates to tho leaf That is tho secret of lta delicious mildness Nothing so pure and luxurious lor Braoklng Dont forget tho brand None gen uine without tho trade marl of the Dull All dealers havo It When feline concerts drive away eleepyour boat solace Is found lu lllacktceWi Hull Dnr ham Smoking Tulacco t n minitun mmmmmma omumhu Tnnsnnn st Jfflf BLACKWELLS w mn i t tmmcmmrtm DURHAM mt BNHHBMH Suun HHW MHCHbl VtoMAX WHUK1E5mU1CaiMW JHW1i laW BfeSBLa flIKHJAb JAVKh Dealer In BUQGiES CARRIAGES Spring Wnnons ami JiinnicHH Repository No 18 Sutton strppt Maysvillo Ky Headquarters lor DH J ACKaOJS H time tried nud rellnblo Horse Medicines DK JACKSONS BLACK OIL cures manse cracked lice warts ureasy ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 30 May 1884

YVjaa1 THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING MAY 30 18S4 Special Order No 2 It is hereby ordered that the Vieta rious Democracy of Mason who re cently routed the nnti Ilargis ang and their heartless allies from Estill and Montgomery bo neatly tattooed on the right arm two inches below the shoulder joint with a letter II very large as a mark of reward for their faithful obe dience to ordeis Tun Big and Little Bossks Wisconsin Democrats elected a dele gation toj Chicago nil of whom aro for Tilden if ho will accept No second choice was mentioned Elliot County has rival delegations to the Winchester Appellato Court Con vention one for Kiddell a regularly ap pointed delegation and one for Kendall Tin Louisville Times says If Riddell is nominated for Judge of the Court of Appeals his victory will bo largely duo to Chief Justice Harris anonymous charges agaiiiht him Fair play is a jewel still prized by the people and they seldom lose an opportunity to rebuke the man who stabs in the back The 2...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 30 May 1884

1 - THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING MAY 30 1884 bosser McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address all communications j JmvtjA fcgj If you Rtudy tho stars Youll nud that they talch Youvo won tho proud honor 01 wearing an H All of you thought When you carried tho day The most you could hope Mr Was wearing a K Augusta now ha three Sunday pack ets Base llnll Mnysville vs Dayton ut ball grounds L30 p in Monday Mil J M Stockton real estate agent sold this week to Mr WDillon lot No 1 in Mullins addition for 300 The buttle flag of Company II of the Eleventh Kentucky Federal Calvalry will be borne in the procession to day by Mr James Heflin who carried it during tho war By special request the ice cream festi val at Neptune Hall will be repeated this evening A large crowd was iii attend ance last night tho receipts amounting t about 130 i G S Miner k Buo desiro to call at tention to bargains in shoes advertised elsewhere They are warranted to be of the best quality while tho prices...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 30 May 1884

SETTING UP THE PINS Humored Blaine Loiran Combination to Beat Arthur Mr Pnyne Will Not Sci Itcportcrft but Irlvnto Secretary rIcIiitor Snys Jfr 1ayno Iw Willing to bo 1rcaldont New Youk May CO A Washington special to the World Bay It is learned this evoning that a combination is boing formed between certain Uluinu and Logan people by which a number of the latter have agreed with a like number of tho for mor that they will support Blaine on tho first three ballots on condition that a rally of Blaine people shall go with them to Logan at tho end of that time if Blaine is not nominated Tho Logan men boliove that by this plan they can stampede to Logan Sherman to day wrote a personal letter to all those who supported him at Chicago In 1880 asking them to bo roady to lly to his support again when tho opportune mo ment arrives JACK FROST Doe Considerable Duinngo to Corn Krnlt unit Tobacco Cincinnati May 80 A light frost in this vicinity last night did some damugn in low places A dispatch ...

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. — 31 May 1884

mimgvxa DAILY VOL 3 NO 159 Analysis by Dr A Voolcker F It S Con sulting chemist Royal Agricultural Society England shows only a trace of nitrates in blackwella Dull Durham Tobacco Tho Boll of tho Golden Belt ol North Carolina In which tula tobacco la crown dont supply nitrates to tho leaf That Is tho secret of lta delicious ttlldnes3 Nothing so pure and luxurious for smoking Dont forget tho brand None gen uine without tho trude inark of tho Dull All dealers havo it When feline concerts drivoawayBleepyour bofttBolacolsl JllatkweWi ham Smoking i ounuin ii Bd IWBT Butt Dur II JT fTl Tobacco H mEEiaSaS3SE2XwBiSSSi 2SKS DLACKWELLS E255 SBBHKSjji uMf DULL IttJBHIM Qlfl KoVfl tHBm am smkhmhmkm DURHAM wmmmm ISSa SMOKING TOBACCO ffZJP3iW wwss iH WHHgW iR9arijaasw7n75CT3JB8ai5rfiSfW3s xwa Hk wfrzutiTtmsKwmiimmrx k KRiq ififitfzfrjimiamrammm riHOKAtIAKMN Dealer 1m BUGGIES CARRIAGES KjtrJiiir Wnpoiis nnil IlarncsH Repository No 1R Sutinn street MuysvllJe Ry HeidfiUHrleis lor DKJACKSOVrt lime tr...

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. — 31 May 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING MAY 31 1884 The Greenbackcrs in session at Indian apolis nominated Butler and West as their Presidential ticket Tjie loss by the firo at Sharpsburg is reported to bo 50000 on which thoro was an inBuranco of 23000 The United States Senate has agreed that the several States shall bo reim bursed for interest piid on war loans It is reported that Tilden has said em phatically that ho is willing to run for President under existing circumstances even if it costs his life to do so The Mt Sterling Suntinel Domocrat has been discontinued for want of pat ronage It was a newsy enterprising journal and deservod a better fate Do not learn telegraphy The cranhers Advocate says There is in reality on the average one student for ovory telegraph oflico in the United States and Canada When the crash comes it will be awful Collections of Internal Revenue in ten months of the fiscal year 09164745 a decrease of 1990SG27 compared with the corresponding period of tho pr...

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. — 31 May 1884

F THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY KVENING MAY 31 188 BOSSEB MoOABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom addrkss all communications t - - Unto the people old and young Wo send this notice greeting To morrow dou your Sunday clothes And take your place In meeting And mind you uko the parsonn words To heart and mako thorn Htlck And thus you may release the ailp Upon you by Old Nick A large number of old papers are for Bale at this office Captain Linton and Mr Joseph Insko are building nent residences at Aberdeen Steel rails are being laid on the Ken tuck Central between Helena and John eon The Republican is bavins its little joko Even a coffin bus a right to dance occas ionally if it wants to -Vacation time is faBt approaching and the school children aro happy in the an ticipation of its pleasures So far as we havo heard no damage was done to any of tlio crops in this neigh borhood bv the recent frost The contract for furnishing the Music at the Germantown fair has been award ed to Haiickes...

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. — 31 May 1884

w rv rf i if v - PITCHING INTO BLAIN Charges About Empty Honors Pro ferred by tho N Y Horald Olalnon Dcnlnl and Dcmnud Tor tk Name of tho Author of tho Story 5Iluueota Democracy--Political Note New York- May 31 The Herald which supports Arthur has a special from Wash ington saying To the burprise and disgust of his ardent advocates Mr Blaino has frankly declared on the ere of the assembling of the convention that he has no desire for an empty honor and ho Is reported as say ing that iu his opinion the Republican nominoo whoever he may be cannot pos sibly bo elected this year He points to the uncertainty of our financial markot as certain to cause a political rovulsion ana whether from apathy on the part of the mas3 of the Republican voters or tho pbenoniinal popularity of tho expected nominee of tho Democratic convention Tilden the result will bo tho same The Herald in a double loaded edAVrial also bays that Mr Blaino has bold y con fessed his resolve to ruin tho Republican party si...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 2 June 1884

i I w - ft I u h DAILY EVENING BULLETIN l Hm i iftMari Will the coming mu saacke J vu set tied by Prof risk la W pom phlet lie says moreover tbattbeMtloal way to Ufa tobacco ii through th jjpe All agree that only tho boat tobacco should be used Which li tho beetr That to which Nature haa contributed tha iu oat ex quisite flavors Blackwella Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco fills tho bill completely Nearly two thirds of all tho tobacco grown on the Golden Tobacco belt of North Caro Una poos Into the manufactory of Black well at Durham They buy the pick of the cntlro section uence Blackwella Bull Durham Bmokln Tobacco W the beat of that tobacco Dont bo deceived when you buy Tho Durham Bull trade mark Is on every frenulno packavo Blackwella Ocnulno Bull Durham In tho cholco of nil Jmlgoj of Biaokintf Tobacco mrz JSM flIIOJf AS JACK ON -Duller lu BUGGIES CARRIAGES jirnK Wiiuiih mit Ifurtiois Repository Nta 18 Mutton Rtrettilnynville Ky twrs lor DH iACKSOS S lltno t l nml i nil t 11 n i ivy iv...

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

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING JUNE 2 1884 Thk Minnesota delegates are favorable to Tilden Tub California and Nevada delegates are solid for Blaine Thk Democratic Stato Convention meets at Columbus June 24th Thk Republican National Convention will assemble at Chicago to morrow John Wolf eon of the Circuit Court Clerk of Scott County has been sentenc ed to five years in the penitentiary for forgery on the Georgetown bank Fif teen indictments for similar offenses are pending against him The New York Independent Republi can delegation is in Chicago making war on Arthur and Blaine They threaten to bolt it either of these distinguished gentlemen should be put in nomination They arefor Senator Edmunds i Mb Charles M Steele the present business manager of the Cincinnati Nows Journal denies the report that it is his intention to publish a two cent morning daily The story was put into circulation to affect the sale of the material and good will of the News Journal The Republican Conventio...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 2 June 1884

If i THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING JUNE 2 1884 ROSSER MoCARTHY Publishers and Proprietors TO WHOM ADDRKWJ AM COMMUNICATIONS To MOrtHow morn Wo will bo statin Our club lias whaled That one Irom Dayton The Are companies have beon supplied with rubber coatB and hats If you fail to get your Daily Bulletin regularly please leave word at this office Work on the Huntington railroad be low thia city has been discontinued for the present Mn William Hood ono of the leading citizens of Aberdeen died on Saturday evening after a brief illness Mr Saji M Hall will begin immedi ately the erection of a fine brick resi dence on Forest Avenue in East Mays ville m The delegates for Mason County to Winchester will leave for that place- to morrow We expect to hear a good re port from the boys i Ed Sharp who set fire to SliarpsburR by firing his revolver at a coal oil lamp while drunk has been adjudged a luna tic and sent to the asylum Mr Hal Dimmitt of Germantown has lately sent to the Bracken Bullet...

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. — 2 June 1884

A MOB AFTER COURTNEY Indignant New Torkers Pursuing and Howling Liko Mad Crying- Shoot Him With a Brick I Hit Hlra lTUn III m Oat and Drojvn i tf A v i Illm New York June Zi When the move ments of the oarsmen at Oak Point Indi cated that the race would be poitponett the crowd became indignant A big Irishman narthe boat house shouted out Av yese dont have a race well be afther tearing the hull boat os down about ye Then the crowil moaned dismally and eddied about and gave expression to the delight it would afford them to get a hold of Court ney This had a strong effect on Courtney but ho only said I have not been ordered out It would bo a swiraing match No one could row outside The crowd tried to got up to the boat bouse windows to shout their indignation but Sergeant Keating drove them away uutil their numbers be came large enough to swamp him and he had to call for help At ono timo Courtney pot his head out Tho rotr of yells edged with hisses that greotod him made him close tho doo...

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. — 3 June 1884

lft U k it DAILY M ift gfriri Will the coming- man tmoke m Bel tied by- Prof Flak In hln charming pam phlet Uormie0vtrUitUioeiil way to uto tobaeeoiU through tto pipe- All rrea that only the belt tobacco nhotild be vjkA Which la tuoJbeaiT JTba to which Nature baa cofitrbute4 the meat ex qulslto flavors BlackweUn Bull Durham Smokinir Tobacco fills the bill completely Nearly two thirds of all the tobacco grown on the Golden Tobacco belt of North Caro lina goes into the manufactory of Black well at Durham They buy tho pick of mJr the entire section uence BlackwclTe Bull Durham Bmoklntf Tbbacco ia the best of that tobacco Dont bo deceived henTou buy Tha Durham Bull trade JB JiTlJcJ A W i Tcxrxvcw mark la on every genuine package Dlackvrella Genuine1 Bull Dnrham ia me cnoicaoi nu jihku ui SmokUitf Tobacco flW iwnes ft Iftfial ramgzmm 7jl rpif OMAtt TAl K ON iJeuler u BUGGIES CARRIAGES Spi iiitf Wagons mill IIiirucNN Repnsltmy No 18 Sutton street Maysvllle Kv llemlaumteisioi MlJAl KfcOVHt...

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. — 3 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 3 1884 A rinK nt Pudncah on Sunday destroy ed property valued nt 86000 Dr Thomas J Griffiths a well known citizen of Louisville is dead The salo of the Cincinnati News-Journal has been postponed until next Thursday Tjie total valuution of Lexington prop erty this year is 7000372 an increase of 600000 over last year Last or May To morrow wilt be Juuo 1st Lexington News Startling if true hope nobody was hurt Washington Monument has reached a height of four hundred and forty four feet It is to be five hundred and fifty- five feet in all Fiunce Ahthur and the Plumed Knight will break lances at Chicago to day Some Maysville prayers are very loud for the P K Blaine has been prompt to deny a report that he was indifferentlabout the nomination because he thought no Re publican could bo elected this year Coal miners in the third pool Monon gahela City have J decided to strike against reduction of one quarter cent Fifteen hundred men will be affected Th...

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. — 3 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 3 1884 BOSSEB MoOABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom addriwb All communications TT We said to day We would bo statlu Our club had whaled Tlio oue from Doyton But now we By And with a Mgh Dont It get you How typos will lie The board of council will meet next Thursday evening m Hunters should bear in mind that it is unlawful to kill squirrels before June 15 Mr Jons B Gibson ono of the pro prietors of the Gibson House died at Cincinnati on Sunday Tobacco planting is Roln on at a sat isfactory rate all over the county There 1b no scarcity of plants Doll times are the times to buy and buyers well know it as the quick res ponse to big advertisements dally proves - m Messrs Keith Brothers have just finished burning a kiln of about 2500 gallons of fine stoneware The burn was a successful one During the game of base ball yester day Messrs Thomas Keith and David Atkinson were struck by balls and hurt but not seriously The picnic by the German Relie...

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