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

FOREIGN MORTON SUIIPHISED JfeRis June Morton tho Amorlcan Minister in an interview eaid he did ot know bis riaino bad been meutioned a a future candidate for the Presidency until he read the news in a Nevr York paper BECOME X CATHOLIC Berlin June irince Henry of Hanau grand nophWdf tho Emperor Wil liam has embraced tho Catholic religion a emeus hiot Paris June 0 The appearance of a German circus on tie streets of Vaney to toy Was the occdsionbf aa antl Gerinan riot The circus wastoned and compelled to abandon its exhibition The police Anally charged the mob and dispersed them making several arrests TR00P3 ORDERED TO SUAKIV Cairo Juno 9 TlieGovernmont bns or dered a battalion of Egyptian troops to Huakim on information that Osman Digna U preparing ail attack for Monday next A BANKRUPT runt London June 9 Alderman Simon Charles Hadley is bankrupt The am tint of liabilities is not seated but are largo A RIOT ANTICIPATED Dublin Juno 0 NeVry dispatches this afternoon statu that the excite...

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

h DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 1 G7 Disfiguring HUMORS Itching and Burning Tor tures Humil iating Erup tions such as RHEUM or eczema psoriasis scald SALT Infantile or birth humors and every lorm o Itching scaly pimply scrofulous In herited contagious and copper colored dis eases of tho blood skin and wain with Ioisof lialr are positively cured by the CirricortA REMEDIES Cutlcurn Itcsolvent the newblo6d purifier cleanses the blood and perspiration on ltles and poisonous elements- and moves the cause thus ro Untlcnra the great skin cure Instantly al lays itching and inflamntlon clears tho skin and ijcalp heals ulcers and sores and restores the hair Cutlcurn Soap an oxqulslte skin boaullfler and toilet Requisltepreuaredfiom Cuticuka Is Indlspenslble In treating skin disease baby humors sklu blemishes rough chapped orouysitin l Hnntn flnmnillna nrrt nhcnllltnl nnrp Illld the only real blood purifiers and skin beautl flers free from mercury arsenic lead zinc or any other mlueial or ve...

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

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 10 1884 SEX HIM UP AGAIN Set him upngalu the name old man Ayo set iilm up again I And nee to It your votings not A second time In Vain Or be he sick or be he well Or be ho weak or strong We cau nt least a verdict tell Shall right a hellish wrong His eye may droop his back may bow His footsteps talntor fall For time has run twlxt then and now And times the lord ol all But fcln of fraud grows uever old And justice novor dies And rlghteouH wrath gets never cold Unless the Bible lies His name It wan our rallying cry Our banner man was he And when they basely struck him down They struck both you me You me and all not him alone Each one of us they smote They trampled on our right of rights To cast a valid vote And each of us as well ns lie Mny curnes on them rest I Bears Insult unavenged to day And wrong yet unredressed Their gilt ts rlpo for Justice now And doubly ripe the time To wreak u peoples vengeance on A brigand partys crime For this there I...

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

rl IS l m w l Jl THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 10 1884 BOSSEB MoOABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address ami Communications At Millorsbdrg The Dudes to day Are going to bare Their own Bwcet way Oh maybe now We ought to say The other fellow Will have hla way Appellate Conreation Special to Daily Bulletin Winchester Ky June 10 At the close of the one hundred and sixtieth ballot Scott was withdrawn The con vention then adjourned until 1045 this morning The indications arethat Kid dell will be nominated on the next ballot Southern peaches have appeared in market Strawberries are worth ten cents a quart this week The Dudes swing the bat at Millers- burg this afternoon Henry G Vennor the weather proph et died at Montreal on Sunday 4 The balloting at Winchester last night shows about as at the beginning Two excursion parties will arrive from Cincinnati next Sunday by river The streets need cleaning badly and now is a good time to do the work The hog wallows on Second str...

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

AGALA DAY IN BERLIN Laying of the Corner Stone of the New Palace of the Reichstag Attended II tlio Pomp of loyaltj mid Groat Ciitliilnlnnm lit - liinrck an a Mimer In- the Imperial Order Berlin June 10 The foundation stone of the new palace of the Reichstag or the Imperial Parliament home was laid to day with gieat rejoicing The ceremony begun at noon The streets were thronged with eager crowds in holiday attire Tri umphal arches were erected at various points aliug the routo taken by the Em peror Windows and balconies were gay wlthjjflowera and buuners The brilliant assemblage gathered at the site of the new building Emperor William was ac companied by the Crown Prince and Princess and other members of the Impe rial family In attendance was his numer ous staff comprising the Held marshals and many generals of the Knights of the Black Eagle and most of the veteran officers who distinguished themselves in the Franco German war Near the Emperor Stood Bismarck with other Ministers of S...

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. — 11 June 1884

t DAILY VOL 3 NO 108 Capital Prize 150000 We do hereby certify thitwe supervise the arrangements for all the Monthly andetiil Annual Drawings of lh Louisiana HtateiLoti tcry Company and in person manage and con trol fie Drawings themselves ami that the same are conducted with hppestitl fulrtess ahl d good faith toward all parttei ad ice authorize llic uompanu in mc ifiis cernpeaic 0 our signatures attached in Its advertise merits m0 Commissioner Unprecedented Attraction Over Haifa Million Distributed LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY Incorporated In 16M for twenty five yenrs bv the Legislature for Educational and Cltar liable purposes with a capital of SI 000000 to which a reserve fund ol over 5jU0jii has einee been added ly an overwhelming popular vote Its fran chise was made a part ot the present Stato Constitution adoptul Decembers AD 1S79 ItH Jruiiil Single Milliliter Drawing will take place monthly It never scales or postpones Look at the following distribu tion lOOIh Grand Month...

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. — 11 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE JUNE 11 1884 Riddcll Nominated Special to Daily Bulletin Winchester Ky Juno 10 Riddell was nominated for Judge of the Court of Appeals on the one hundred and seventy fifth ballot The convention is enthusi astic over the result m m Circuit Court is in session at Vance- burR The last vote taken at Winchester stood Riddell 92 Moore 75 There wore twenty deaths from yellow fever at Havana last week Tub Blaino enthusiasm does not seem to have reached the New York papers Nine State elections will be held before the date for the Presidential election in November The State Board of Equalization as sembled at Frankfort Tuesday and is still in session The Demociatic county conventions in Missouri are declaring almost unani mously for Ttilden The nomination of Riddell gives a black eye to bossism and it is a lesson that is well deserved The committeo on Civil Service Reform lias reported unanimously against the bills to repeal the civil service act Jt is nn admi...

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. — 11 June 1884

I V V j THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY KVE JUNE 11 1884 ROSSES MoOABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address am Communications TIME TABLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R STATIONS Express except Sunday accomn e x o e pt wununy Shake your legs Scrape the fiddle Dance a Jig For Robert Rlddell Bond the news To all the tribes He got there Ely Spite or bribes No 66 Sunday only Lve Maysvlllo 55 am 1205 pm 118 pm Ar Farts 810 am 210 pm 830 pm ArLexlngton 910 am 000 pm 415 pm Ar Winchester 250 pm Ar Richmond 410 pm - Ar Covington 1130 am 535 pm 005 pm Lve Covington 200 pm - LveRlchmond 000 am LveWlnchesr 720 nm Lve Lexlngtn 430 pm 725 am 700 ara Lve Paris 615 pm 815 am 745 am Ar Maysville 745 pm lu30 am 1000 am For rates or Information applyto 8 F B Morse division passenger agent Covington Ky or W U Ba ldler wgent MnyHvllle Ky Butter may now be had at 15 cents a pound Egos Bell for 15 cents a dozen this morning - fc i m s m I Tiik Dudes are wearing collars a foot high to day The Dudes are doing thi...

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. — 11 June 1884

AWEIIL FATE OF MINERS Thirteen Unknown Men Dashed Death Over a Falls t While En Roiilo to tlio Now 7IlnlB CAmp Ctrur lAlono Tlilrlcen Iacfc Mule With IrovU ioim Alto Perlau Hklexa Mont June 11 Sunday after noon whilo tho ferryboat at Thompaoni Falls was crossing tho river the cabli broke and the boat - went overthe falls three hundred yards below The boat had on board eleven men bound for the Cuu d Alone mines and thirteen pack horse each carrying three hundred pounds ol supplies for Eagle City The currout was veryimut and powerful As soon as the cable 1bToke all tho passengers except two jumped overboard and struggled vainly to reach tho shore but were swept over tho falls The boat righted after go ing over the brink and lodged againai Belknap bridge a short distance below where tho two passengers who still clung to it were rescued Two mon on short took a skill and returned to effect the rescue of those who jumped Into the water but were also swept ovor tho all a Of the thirteen mo...

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

DAfflLaffiiiS TIME TABLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R STATIONS Lve Mnysvlllc Ar rnns Ar Lexington Ar Winchester Ar Richmond Ar Covington Lve Covington LveRlchmond Lve Wlnchesr Lve Lexlngtn Lve Paris Ar Mnysvlllo Expres occornn e x J o pt b xB f pt Sunday Sunday 515 am 8l0nni 1110 aiml 1 1150 um 20U pm i 430 pm 515 pm 713 pm 2li5 pm 210 pm OMOpMn 250 pm 410 pm so pm 0C0 am 7i20 am 725 nm 815 nm 3tfnm -Designer nud lmpoiter of ITALIAN Scotch and Americau Noyso Klltiflnv lonly 115 pm 3pm 415pm 005 pm 7iki am 715 nm IQW nm For rates or Information npply to 8 F B Morse division passenger flgeut Cdvlnfeton KyorVU Sa ldler Agent Mnysvllle Ky yAi TKK lUATTKKtrtN GRANITE MONUMENTS Olllco JHill I Ionso E tlmntes given on woilc and designs furn iidied or gotten up Iree of charge I luivo employed Mr J A McCann who 1ms had long experience in the Monumental business royOdtl WALTERBLATTERMAN rp i cuiuirv Sanitary Plumber GAS STEAM FITTER Cnrleys new system of House Drnlnnge nnd Ventilation Bath moms fitte...

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

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE JUNE 12 1884 Thk California Democrats have declar ed for Tilden Are you a plumed Knight Dont all speak at onco The Nicholas County delegates wore given a public reception on their return home from Winchester i i Nevada Democrats favor the old ticket and unrestricted silver coinage and do mand the exclusion of the Chinese The House of Representatives has voted to adjourn June 30 The Senate will have to act upon the resolution The New York Congressional districts have selected Tilden delegates to Chicago The selections were made with great unanimity o The Boston Herald and the Advertiser pronounce the nomination of Blaine a no toriously unfit one and declare uncom promising opposition to it Conobkssuan Lyman independent Re publican of Massachusetts sttys that the Democrats have only to nominate a good man und their success is assured Nabt of Harpers Weekly is sharpen ing iiis pencil for the benefit of Mr Blaine and some very interesting thinga may be ex...

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

m THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY fcVE JUNE 12 1884 S08BER MCCARTHY Publishers and Proprietors TO WHOM ADDRMM ALL COMMUNICATIONS St flow all the Dude An they pass by Tell Young to make Their collars high And that you know- Menus lo nay Theyre In the ring And going to stay Business is improving Tub river ia rising slowly Carlisle has decided at last to buy a flre eDgino Business is dull again this week in the Mayotd court The brick work on the Zweigart build ing is very nearly completed The blackberry crop in this neighbor hood is reported to be an utter failure this season Hon L S Luttrell we are pleased to say is considered a little better by his physician Dont forget the supper to night It will bo the last oppoitunlty you will have to attend The steamer Guiding tar will arrive next Sunday with an excursion party from Cincinnati The vocal and instrumental music at the concert to night will bo charming Dont fail to be there A pension has been granted to Mrs Fannie M Campbell widow of th...

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

A JESSE JAMES GANG 0h Composed of the Sous of Bespectaoli Parents Arrnlnd In Criminal Court Cliargtd Willi IliirgtaryIjnrceiir Kt Their Plan and sftfuhlx ji Philadelphia June 12 The Criminal Court oJf Camden whs the scene of mort excitement this afternoon than on anj occasion since the trial of Hiintei for thji murder of Armstrong begun Judgoi Heed WooKforf anlFOaUiit vere on th btneb The main nom was filled Witt weeping mothers at d anxious fathers ol the Jessa Jamos boys Assistant Dis trlct Attorney Jenkins oalled the names oi about tweuty ladsf ho were charged with breaklugfand eutonng larceny and othei crimes A KS boys anYwerecU to theii names the excitement became intense In answer to the question of the prose cutor George McCrauken aged thirteen and James Durham aged ten plea led guilty The former was used asa witness against the others The boys are known as the JJe James gang of Camden They are mostly the sobs of respectable f parents Thefollowlng members of the gang gave 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. — 13 June 1884

DkiftlyENING VOL 3 NO no TIME TABLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL K R STATIONS Lve Mnysville Ar Paris Ar Lexington Ar Winchester Ar Richmond Ar Covington Lve Covlugtou LveRichmond LveWlnchesr Lve Lexlnglri Lve Paris Ar Mnysville Express except Sunday 545 nm 810 nm 0IQara 1130 am 200 pm tlMHNltlil i30pVrn 516 pm 7 Mo p in accorutii except Sunday 1205 pm 210 pm C00 pm 250 pm 410 pm 535 pm 6ioamt 72oom 7sanin 815 am 130 am m j cukley Sanitary Plumber GAS 1 STEAM FITTER Curleys new system of House Drainage nud Ventilation Bath looms titled up with hot and cold water a specialty Alo a large supply of Iron Lead and Stone Pipe Globe Angle and Check Valves water and Steam Gauges Force and Lift Pumps Rub ber Hose Chandeliers Brackets aud Globes Personal attention given to nil work and sat lbfaction guaranteed TJCUBLEY tiecond street above Market opposite Omar Dodsons Mavsvllle Ky fl6dly s IMMONH t i Medicated Well Water A Specific for DYSPEPSIA and DISEASES of the KUDNEXB been used with most gratifying s...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 13 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING JUNK 13 1884 I sssssssss a Oregon has defeated woman suffrage - m The Democracy of Texas are enthusi astic for the old ticket Tub Western Nnil Association has re duced the card rato from 260 to 240 The Prohibitionists of Kentucky will bold a state convention at Louisville on July 3 m m Hon Jos E McDonald of Indiana says Blaine and Logan cannot hope to carry that State under any circumstances i It has been settled that thoSenato will not discriminate against Confederate sol diers in the bill to pension Mexican veterans a a It is broadly hinted that President Arthur is not elevating his hat to any conspicuous altitude over the nomina tion of the Plumed Knight i i Tnvr was a decidedly long ride from California to Maine The Golden State delegation should individually and sev erally have an office if Blaine is elected ss m Mn Hendricks says ho would have considered a candidacy on the old ticket a great honor and election a rebuko to the fraud of 1870 but...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 13 June 1884

4 I It THE DAIY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING JUNE 13 1884 BOB8BB JtoCARTHT Publishers and Proprietors To Whom ArmRnaAkLCkMtrNiCATioKs wr If to marry Your heartls sot Get Squire Mnrsli To tie the knot Hell see the knot Is tightly tied And then beside Will kiss the bride Heavy rains fell at Maysllck last night The concert was largely attended last sight Pbof 0 J Halls school closed on Thursday 8caklet fever in a violent form pre- Tuils at Catlettsburg Squire Marsh solemnized his first mar riage yesterday evening at the European Hotel The ceremony was rendered in orthodox Btyle A little son of Mr James Heflin fell from a pile of lumber in East Maysville a few days ago and broke the bone of his arm The funeral of Miss Lizzie Cox will take place from the Third street Presby terian Church this afternoon at four oclock Services by Rev S B Alderson the pastor i Mn Thos R Phibtkk of this city has been selected to deliver one of the speeches at the grand banquet to be given by the Phi Delta Theta ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 13 June 1884

SOCIAL 1IFE IN MEXICO The Whole Country Virtually in a State of Revolution Absurd Rumor Concerning the Con centratloit of American Xlio Crime of Murder Running IMfe In tue Land Matamoras Max Juno 13 Incendiary rumor are boing circulated in and about MaUmora It is said that tho old rebel General Cortlvas arid other Generals have broken their parolesand disappeared that the American Government 1 to coiicentratu 15000 troops on the frontior to help Diaz Other rumor are of like character Another report says that Louis Conons Collector of Customs at Nuevo Laredo is to be removed and sent here to take milt tary command Two important captures ofcriminals have been made One was no less a person than Senor Vidal a prominont cition of Cazainalopam who is charged with tho murder of Senor Castro the engineer assassinated on his plantation some weeks ago by an unknown party who shot htm through thodoorway of his house It is -paid that Vidal had two men who lived on his place and that he gave 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. — 14 June 1884

TAWkU TIME TABLE KENXUCKYJCENTRA1R R y J w r STATIONS Lye Maysvllle Ar Paris Ar Lexlnuton Ar Winchester Ar Richmond Ar Live uoviugion LveRichmond Lve Winchesr Lve Lexiugtn Live Paris Ar Maysvllle Express except Sunday 6 arrt 810 nm 010 nm 1130 turn 20Opn 410 pm 015 p m 745 n m TMU1 ncoomn OXCPpt fluid ay 12ob pm 210 pm 000 pm 250 pm 410 pm 5j85 utu a in 720 nm 725 nm 815 nm 1 30 nm NO 56 PS l15 pm 330 pm psftrn it1 7rfm am 745 nm 1000 nm - TttTi i ri - - For rntes or Information apply to 8 F IJ Morse division pusseugor ngent Covington Ky or W C Saldler gent xMtiysvllle KyC TTAtTEK MiATTEBMAJf iuipqrter of ITALIAN MARBLE Scotcli anfl American GRANITEMONUMENTS Oiltcc Hill rrbttj io TMimnips olvpn on work and designs furn It hed or gotten up lreo of charge I lmve employed ir J a MruAaa wuu um long expeilenco In tho Monumental business rnyDdtt WALTER BLATTER MAN rn j cukeey Sanitary Plumber GAS I STEAM FITTER Curleysiicw system of House Drainage and Ventilation Batli rooms tltted up wit...

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. — 14 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 14 1884 uii grain crops of Ohio Indiana and Illinois will bo short of last year The surviving soldiers of the war of 1812 will meet at Paris Juno 18th With Tildon out of the way tho Cali fornia Democrats are for Thurman It is said that General Grant is irre trievably broken in body and spirit - i - n i A great Blaine and Lopan ratification meeting has been held at Wheeling Jay Goulds losses through stock shrinkage aro estimated at 21642000 Genkral Ghken Clay Shitii refuses to Support Blaine and declares himself in favor of Bayard m a Oil in paying quantity has been struck in Rowan County at a depth of one thou sand six hundred feet The Chicago Convention Hall is to be enlarged and deodorized for the use of the Democrats In July Morey the sitting Congressman from the Seventh Ohio district will be unseat ed in favor of Campbell The river andjharbor bill which ap propriates 14000000 has passed the House of Representatives The shipments of coal 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. — 14 June 1884

1 THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENINGjTJNE 14 188 rosier McCarthy Publishers and proprietors TO WHOM ADDRESS ALL COMPNIOATIOMS fi t - Tins Saturdaynight Be careful bat You dont carry home A brick In your hat Strawdkkmes as large as walnuts are sold at Millorsburg for ton cents a quart In Tjik largest catfish of the season was exhibited by John Wheeler yesterday It was a monster mm m - The young ladies of Miss Parkes school were pleasantly entertained at her residence last evening Messrs Heciiincibr Bros Co have just received a full line of boys shirt waists Gall and look at them The Limestone Flour Mills are again in operation The new machinery works well and gives entire satisfaction m Flemingsiiuro has a population of 1 103 The taxable property in the town according to the last Assessors report is 244400 A oame of base ball between the Toughs of this city and the Bright Lights at Washington on Thursday re sulted in a victory for the former by a score of thirteen to eight The issue...

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