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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 3 June 1884

REVIEW OF THE BREAK Too Much Construction Capitaliza tion and Swindling Anions tlic Itnllroail forporntlnri of the Country Canard the Ureal Decline In Stock 111 WmII Ntrvttl New York June fl Today financial articln in th Sun aay A week broken up by a holiday is unsu ally a weak or at all event u unsettled one in Wall street but tu on just closed although substantially interfered with by Decoration Day was urprlliigly strong Messrs Gould Sage Unborn Work D P Morgan aud ono or two other solid men joined hands and put the market sharply up upon the reckless beurs who had been for the last three weeks persistent sellers The grizilitt took it for gruntitd that they bad all the bank presidents the cashiers the rate cutting railroad directors nud everything erne on their sittiif v Hold the market down without tlii ontu jatloii A sound squeeze thus became very easy aud the above named speculator took amply advantage of it Mfisour Pacillo was hoisted nearly twenty per cent up Dela ware Lacka...

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. — 4 June 1884

fw DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 102 FURY OF TI ST01 tf as Fnirly Broken Upon the Re publican Convention ff And Promises Not to Spend Its Force For Some Bays r Estimates as to Where the Presi dential Lightning Will Strike Lynch Colored Elected Temporary Chairman Over Clayton After n Hotly Contented Hnllot limit ing Nearly Three Hour Logan uittl Slicrmuu Force Will Go to ninlue nnd Kdiiiunds to Arthur or Kd liiundH nnd Arthur to resSuini In Ciiko of u Dcnd lioclt ami Break Iltfllcf that Itlaino 1V11I Ho Nomi nated on the Second or Third Ital lot Still lrevnll Tlm h an Colliding IMkllkes Illnlne It 1m Said lie Would Gle Ten Yearn of III Ijlfe to Ie teat Arthur for HIn llufitllhf uluc Iubulum Till You Cant Ilewt Convention Hall Chicago June 4 This morning opened bright arid sunshiny but with a sultry atmosphere and clouds in the background which indicated a severe thunder storm before tho day was over At 10 oclock there was a lair amount of activity In the Exposition building A pic t...

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. — 4 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE JUNE 4 1884 Cokneilson will return to Mt Sterling this week to appear at his trial The Appellate Convention at Win chester assembled at noon to dny Silveb quartz is being found in the neighborhood of Chattanooga Tonn Mrs Roger Hanson has nasumed the duties of the office of State Librarian i i Park Garnet is wanted at Owingsvillo for bigamy The young man is only nine teen years old The failures of tho past week in the United States and Canada were 177 a de crease of fifty five from the previous week The public schools in this city will close as follows District No 1 June 16 No 3 Juno 17th No 2 June 18 High school June 10 colored school Juno 30 Ben Johnson tho surviving Cincin nati burker has been sentenced to hang Friday September 12 between tho hours of ten and twelve in the forenoon Powell Clayton of Arkansas has de clared for Blaine and tho majority of the delegation will follow suit The Arthur men claim that it was a bargain and sale The Lexington...

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. — 4 June 1884

i ii THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE JUNE 4 1884 BOSSES MoCARTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address Aia Communications You may get through the world bat twill be very slow It you listen to Ml that Is said a yon go YonM be worried and fretted and kept In a stew Yor meddlesome tongues must have some thing to do The steamer Ohio passed up last night on her first trip in place of the Fleet wood m Mr Cuarles Sadler of the revenue department who has been on duty at Frankfort has returned home m The game of ball between Our Boys and the Dudes yestorday afternoon resulted in the defeat of the latter by a score of 21 to 19 The house of Martin Corbin in the eeutuern edge ot Fleming bounty was destroyed by fire on Sunday afternoon The loss was 1500 with no insurance m ii Oapt Tom Porter a well known col ored teamster between this place and Flemingsburg in the old broad tread wagon days died suddenly at Poplar Plains a few days ago of apoplexy Frank Keifer was tried before Judge Coons ...

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. — 4 June 1884

CONCLUDED FltOM FIRST 1AGB is saij be acts under direct lustra tloni from Rosooe ConkUnjf Tom Wheeler 01 Utica New York Bays I know Itoscoc Conkllng well nnd I knor ho would give ten year of his life to beat Arthur in thin flght KBED DOUGLAS Was the centre of nn admiring crowd in the Shormun Houso to night and he said Blaino camo so near being imccesaf ul twice before that this fact alone croated a great deal of public sympathy in his favor Many Republicans who are not in accord with him yet considw that he has been slaughtered and they would like to see him triumphant now They dont want a putty man for President They want now to see a man who when he puts up his groat right hand to swoar to the Constitu tion will have no mental reservation a President who will regard all the amend menta to tho Constitution as part of tho Constitution He did not be lieve the reports that sixty colored delegates would vote for Blaine on the first ballot Blaine know very well that they could not hold ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 5 June 1884

i 5 w DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 13 TIGHT FOR SUPREMACY In tlio Chicago National Rcpub lican Convention With tho Odds Thus Fur Appar eutly in Elaines Favor Notwithstanding tho Watchword Anything to Beat Elaine Combinations that are Intended to Rout tho riuniod Knight Which Strictly Adhered toMay Accomplish the Purpose Serious Dissention Among the Delegates From Ohio The Hitch Still On in the Com mittee on Credentials Spirited Address of Henderson tho Permanent Chairman IVho Itevlcw Briefly tlio Varloua CaiKlIdutcn JTIeiitlon of 13tlalnc Name Electrlllen the Convention- AnalynlH of the Situation Hoped of Vnrloim IjCUiIci n mid UovcmcntM of Tuelr Cuudltlaten Convention Hall Chicago June 5 JO a m The wnich characteriei tho openiiif hours ot tho Republican Na tional Con volition hit disappeared Tho situation is redhot this morning This doubtless is duo to tho generally admitted ffcft that a terrific struggle is inevitable J be musses have caught the enthusiasm aim instead oi the fe...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 5 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVENING JUNE 5 1884 The Georgia delegation will vote for Tilden The Hnrt Memorial Fund at Lexing ton now amounts to 422950 Arizona senda two Tilden and Hen dricks delegates to the Democratic Na tional Convention Tiik London Telegruph urges an appeal to the American Government against harboring assassins Hon A Gallatin Talbott has with drawn from the Congressional race in Phil Thompsons district Andrew W Kelly Parmenas Mix the widely known journalist and humor ous poet died on the 2nd inst al Frank lin Ky i Over five thousand immigrants ar rived at Castle Garden during last week About three fourths of the arrivals are bound West Gbkkkaii 0 E Bahcock formerly pri vate secretary to President Grant was drowned in Mosquito Inlet coast of Flor ida on the 2nd inst A company in Connecticut manufac tures nearly all the liquorico used in this country 17000000 pounds a year Con fectionery and medicines take about 1 000000 pounds and the remainder goes into tobacco 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. — 5 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVENING JUNE 5 1884 bosser McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address Aix communications You never did In all your Hie Pour down between your two lips A thing that bits the center like The old St Charles mint Juleps They godown to the very spot You melt in one big smile Because you see theyre always mixed In true Wagnerian style Council meets this evening Home grown potatoes have appeared in market m The band concerts will probably be gin next week m Mr F 0 Petrys tobacco factory will begin work about the 1st of July Hemp is quoted at Lexington at 550 and 575 and the demand is dull The honey crop promises to be a good one in this neighborhood this season The brick work of Trues tobacco ware house at Aberdeen will begin to morrow The association of veteians of the war of 1812 meets in Paris Wednesday Juno Sth The Dudes expect to distinguish themselves to morrow Go and seo the game Mn A Soeuies began yesterday the erection of a new frame residence ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 5 June 1884

CONCLUDED FKOM FIRST rAGEl ton as temporary clmliinutioi tue conven tiou represent the utmost strength of tlie Blaine inuuugers The situation is one to encourage honorable Republican with a balance of forces in the convention and ti mil tig the nomination of Air Edmunds wtiom they wero chosen to suppott to bo impracticable the Edmunds delegated we feel assured might end tno contest in the happiest manner by bringing a majority of tbo convention to the support of Hubert F Lincoln IN ANOTIIKn ARTICLE THE TIMES SAYS One of the surprises developed by the general discussion of the merits of tho can didates tor President is the tho power which the name of Robert T Lincoln has among the common people of this city Whenever the subject has been discussed amoug tho men who work for their living and are not distinguished by the title of business men Lincoln has been found to be the favorite candidate liuroers car drivers and conductors policemen small tradesman of all kinds who vote the Re pub...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 6 June 1884

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 154 HEAT OFTHE CONFLICT Reports of the Vnrious Commit tees Having Been Made The Next Thing in Order Will Be the Nominations1 And it is Expected Some Fur Will Bo Made to Fly A Long and Tedious Debate on Delegate Apportionment Which Fartonk Strongly of a Sectional Nature A Platform That Declares for a Tariff for Protection A Labor Bureau and an Eight Hour Labor Law Eeported Coalition Between Sher man and Blaine Delegates Indiana Still Divided Between Blaine and Harrison Blaine and Logan Said to Bo the Last Proposition Tlie Next National Republican Com mittee CtioneifCoukllng Amimed at Curtis Predicament AdmUaion Tickets Counterfeited Aiiulyai ot lue Situation Convention Hall Chicago June 0 a in Before the tolling ol bolls announces the arrival of the midnight hour the nomi nee of tho Convention and the candidate of tbe Republican party will iu all j ty be before the country I This morning is laden and the atmosphere is raw but the people knowing that th...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 6 June 1884

f THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING JUNE 0 1884 Montana 1ms eolected Tiltlen delegates The remuinB of the lato Bishop B B Smith wero interred at Frankfort J B Hkndeoson tho permanent chair men of the Chicago Convention is a Sherman man Hon B D Lacy of Owingsville is an nounced as a candidate for Judge of the Superior Court in this district A nkw system of legal charges has been adopted It is to first charge a retainer then a reminder next a refresher and finally a finisher It is telegraphed from Washington that Mr Tilden will soon declare to the country his determined and unaltcra ble purposo not to permit the uso of his name bv tho Democratic National Con vention m Mas Sarah A Rowk of Orangeburg S 0 known during the war as the sol diers friend died a few days ago Thousands of both armies will regret to hear of her demise Tho funeral was at tended by a large body of ex Confederate -veterans Bv the grace of tho council gentleman pigs over two months old willlnot here after be permitt...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 6 June 1884

V M THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING JUNEC 1884 bosseb McCarthy Publishers ant Proprietors To Whom ABDUEaa All communications i To mobbow morn Were sure to shout Tlio Dudes havo snuffed The Bright Lights out We settle down On this as true From what we know The Dudes will do The town hall at Augusta ia still oc cupied by flood sufferers A vein of ore resembling silver been discovered near Owingavillo has Mr S W McKibdbn of Augusta has just received thirteen head of fine cattle from the Island of Jersey Here we are along in June and no body killed with a baso ball bat Every thing is backward this season The Womans Missionary Society of the Methodist Church South will meet this afternoon at four oclock in the pas tors office The street cars carried about sixteen thousand passengers last month The largest number was carried by Charley Vaughns car Tjie supply of bananas is unusually large this year still the price is always the same away out of the reach of a a short man Mns Wilson Smit...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 6 June 1884

Oonteit or a illllllotinlrc Will N w Youk Jun 0 John Anderson tbo tobacconist died iu KSl la Paris Mr Anderson occupied u vory praminont posi tion In Now York ton over forty years His fortune was estimated at from t00U 000 to flu 000 000 For over a generation be was engaged in tbo tobacco bmlnuss und old citizens remember bow sadly his name was connected with the pretty cigar girl whose mysterious murder at liobokon thirty five years ago was at the time the subject of long articles In the newspapers At his aoath Mr Anderson loft the bulk of his fortuno to his son John Charles An derson At the time the will was presented for probate objections were tiled sotting forth that Anderson was insane at th time of making the will and under duross of his wife and son Charles Anderson Tiiis contest was originated by the Bryant coildren issue of Amanda Anderson It was settled by the payment of 200f0d Mary Mattie Carr daughter of Mary Anderson has commenced an action to test the will A motion wi...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 7 June 1884

DAILY ETENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 105 BLA I THE NOMINEE Chosen on Fourth Ballot Mid Scenes of Wildest Confusion Alabama Starts OiT by Qiving Him a Gain of 6 Followed by Illinois Who Gives Him Logans 10 Ohio Falls Into lino to Honor the Plumed Knight And Then the Pandemonium Bo comes Overwhelming Detailed Tote of the First Three Ballots After Which Came the Break and Confusion Believed Logan Will be Made Yice President Portrait and Brief Sketch of tho Nominee Summary of the Nominating Speech es Scene About tlio City and HotclM lleforo tho Balloting Now York lrcsn Conimculi on tho lMutform JAMk OILLEhllB BLAINE Was boin in Washington County Pa January 31 1880 graduated at Washington College in the same Stato adopted the editorial profession and went to Maine where ho edited The Portland Advertiser and The Kennebec Journal was a member of the Maine Legislaturo from 1659 to ISO- serving the last two years as a speaker of tho Houso was deck ed a representative from Maine and served from lb...

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

THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 7 188 tf Six hundred delegates Winchester convention attended the Maryland Democrats instructed dele gates to Chicago to support the old ticket mm The Cincinnati News Journal was sold on Thursday to Edgar M Johnson for 25000 Minister Lowell has informed the as sociated press agent in London of his in tention to resign Gev John A Logan was nominated for Vice President by acclamation at the session of the Chicago Convention last night The aggregate loss by fire in this coun try in May was 9000000 Of this 7 700000 was lost in 185 fires Since De cember 31st the loss is 46750000 m m Its Blaine of Maine and here is what the Rev Henry Ward Beecher a shining light in the Republican camp said about it His nomination would be a calam ity and his election a national disgrace Tim Senato has passed bills prpviding for the collection of statistics of marriage and divorce fixing the rate of postage on mail matter of the second class the Miller bill for tke ...

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

I THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 7 1884 To BOSSEH MtiCARTHY Publishers and Proprietors Wnon Addrkss am communications Evert foul In this neck of woods Should throw up his hat And shout for the Dudes And tell to the world While flinging his hat How the Dudes Jumped on em And mashed otn out flat Appellate Convention Special to Daily Bulletin Winchester Ky June 6 The con vention adjourned after seventy one bal lots had been taken until to morrow The vote stood Itiddoll 03 Moore 64 Kendall 28 and Scott 21 Wheat harvest will begin June 20th to 25th Business on the river is reported to be dull this week Lookout for counterfeit five dollar bills The country is said to be flooded with them The Btreet cars carried 21000 passen gers last month and not 16000 as stated yesterday Col Thomas Bufoud who killed Judge Elliott is reported to be dying at sonville Ind Judge OIIara of Covington declines to be a candidate for Judge of tho Su perior Court in this district - m Mr Perry Jefferson ...

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

ICONCLUDKD FKOM FIUST 1AQKl platform that really concern the people at the present time and of tbese two ar treated in the most cowardly and dishon est manner One is revenue and the bur den of taxation is oppressive Hott shall it be made easier That is a living ques tion The convention answers with decla rations to the last degreo dishonest eva sive and stupidly wrong A cloud of phrases conceal the purpose to promote tho malntainance of taxes on the materi als and instruments of industry and on the necessaries of life The party had a right to expect some intelligible reduction of taxation and it has got a demand for a higher tax on tho material of clothing The second matter of interest to people now living was the repeal of the silver coinage law the working of which is vitiating our currenoy On thii point the platform dodges with the awk wardness of tho ostrich The best money known to the civilized world if it meant anything it means gold And we urge an effort to unite all nations ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 9 June 1884

VOL 3 NO 15 Disfiguring HUMORS Itching and Btxhiing ftor tturer iating Eruj tlonp such ap RHEUrtl or eczema psorlalts scald SALT head lnfuntllo or birth humors nnd every form of Itching coaly pimply scrofulous in herlted contagious nnd copper colored dls oaes ot the blood Uln and scalp with loss of hair aie positively cMrfcd by the CtmcmtA REMEDIES f Cutlciira Resolvent the nov blood jnniflor cleanses the blood and perspiration of Impur ities and poisonous elements und thus id moves the cause Uuttcurn tho Rreit skin cure tnstnutly al lays itchiug and inllamatlou clears the bkln nnd scalp heals ulcers and sores and restores the hair Cutlcura Soap nn exquisite skin beautlfler ami toilet Hemilsltepienartdfrom Cuticuka Is ludlspeiislblo In treating skin diseases baby humors slclu blemishes rough chapped or oily skin Cutlcura Remedies are absolutely pure nnd the only leal blood purltleis and skin beautl flers free fioin mercury arsenic lead zinc or nny other mineral or vegetable poison w...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 9 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING JUNE 9 1884 Tub Maryland Democrats are solid for Tildon m An oil well in Bourbon County is Bovon hundred feet deep It G Dux Co report 190 failures in the United States the past week and 16 in Canada W H Vandkrbilt acknowledges him Belf to be worth one hundred and forty millions of dollars Five thousand dollars has been given for the Confederate Home at Richmond Va by Mr Corcoran mm Tub announcement that Congress will adjourn not later than the middle of July has not caused a panic Cuba would no doubt be willing to sell out cheap Its entire sugar crop is not large enough to pay the Spanish tax i To supply public buildings throughout the country with fuel light andgwater requires an exponditurelof 1000 a day Blaine starts in with the New York Herald thundering against him whilo the New York Times may do the same The Militia Committee of Louisiana has reported in favor ol giving to each disabled Confederate soldier 1GS acres of land m m m Aside from ge...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 9 June 1884

O c I THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING JUNE 9 1884 BOSSER MoOABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Address All Comwtjnicatioks A sight of people Ever you need Out In the fields Planting the weed And as the result Youll see this fall Dimes and dollars Enough for nil Quarterly Court to morrow 0 F LocKHAiw of Brooksville has made an assignment Prospects for corn nnd wheat are very flattering in Bracken County Lexington spends about 7000 a month and collects about 5000 Madia Taylor colored was convicted of petit larceny on Saturday in Judg Coons court -- Ripley does not permit pigs to run at large in the streets Another town in ad vance of MayBville A number of tho delegates appointed at the recent mass convention left for Winchester to day A mans days of usefulness are about over when he has nothing to do but stand around around and find fault The official board of the Southern Methodist Church will meet this even ing at 8 oclock at the pastors office The victorious Dudes will enga...

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