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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 20 June 1884

i vr vzr KXJF1iy nmwivfiifmjfT r The V r LOSflUSBANPS RETURN After Criminally Neglecting Bii Family 35 Years Ill Wife Twice Uw filDurlne IIU ibieucc Both lliiabaiidN Dying j Tjznz i Protllcal Doei Not Kxplaln M Vi Muncib Ind Juno 30 A verltabl com of Enoch Arden hat just developed here In 1W thert Went from this1 city a party of twenty six men to California with a view of finding their fortune In tho gold mlnea just discovered They were all well-to-do citizens most of whom after two or threo yenrsVi fairly successful operations returned to Jhedff homes and families Among those who went was one Thompson Walling who loft behmd a loving wife and two children u son and daughter About 1852 he sent them a sum of money since which time nothing was heard of him He was sup posed to be dead And upon this supposition his estate was settled as was also that of his father who diod wealthy some time af tWirard To be on tho sale stde of the law htawife obtained a divorce on the ground of dtsertion...

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

VOL 3 NO -177 Ar Richmond Ar Covington Lve Covington Lve Richmond Lve Winchesr Lve Lexlngtn Lve Paris Ar Maysvllle 1ml 545 arr 810 am T910ami 1180 aJn r 1205 pm 210 pm 600 p m iioo pm 1 41U Djin op m r g 60oam 720 am 725 am 815 am i V i TIME TABLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R -v ITATI0N8 IiYe Maysvllle Ar Paris Ar Lexington Ar Winchester Express except Hdnday flccomu except Sunday No 56 Sunday only 6i5 pm 745 am lu30 am 115 pm 8w pm 4l5prnl 605pm 430 ptn 700 am 743 pm 1000 am For rates or Information apply lo 8 F B Morse division passenger agent Covington Kyor WO Saddler agent Maysvllle Ky T let MWiMA4 VAi UI A HEJLLg U f S HUMORS Itching arid Burning Tor tures Humil iating Erup tions such as CALT RHEUM or eczema nsoriasts scald 3 head infantile or birth humors and every uu ui ucuing hcaiy pimpiy scroiuious in herited contagious and copper coloied dis eases of the blood slciu and scalp with losof iiRir ate positively cured by the CtmcuiiA itEMKDIKS Cuticuia Resolveut the now blood purifier ...

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

THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 21 1884 A BLAINE OAMPAION BONO Respectfully Commended to the Whoojicrs Up Come all ye Kullantwlioopors up And swell the trumpets strain I Sing ot the Joys that nwults the boys Beneath the Jingo reign For soon our bund shall rulo the laud With Jtmnluy Jingo Blaine We burled deep the Arthur boom crushed Sherman lu the fray And In a trice the Edmnuds Ice Waa melteUall away And wo caro not a Kindle Jot What they may do or Buy For now our pegs aro Bet you see To load the party on And they who creep or fain would sleep Must soon get up aud ran When our campaign for Jimmy Blaine Is full of ure and fun We mean to whoop It up you bet And make it lively too But all that noise Is naught my boys To what wean to do When Englands Beat In at our feel With Chill and Peru - We mean to wake the peoplo up And make them spread their oyes The Army King may plume Its wing Forgetting sores and sighs And navy yards shall be our wards And bless our enterprise The sur...

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

h THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 21 1884 To ROSSER MOCARTHY Publishers and Proprietors Whom address All Communications If you say It aint As bot as fire Dont be mad When youre called a liar Patonizk the steam laundry Wdbat harvest will bejin next week Home grown vegetables are now abun dant in Maysville Vtst RA8PnKKRiii3 or good quality are now on the bill of fa re m The soda fountains are kept pretty buaytheae days Martin Smith who lives near Ripley has received 1000 arrearages of pension Seb advertisement of farm for sale by Mr J F Brodick real estate agent It is a good opportunity to buy A picnic by the German Relief Society at East End Garden on the fourth of July is among the probabilities ThoBe who take the lead in pushing their business through the newspapers generally take the lead in everything else The Lexington Press says that the wages of the street car drivers in that city will be raised to 10 a week on the first of Julv Lewis Mitchell a negro who has served a...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 June 1884

LECTURING THE JUDGE Peculiar Conduct of Brewster in the Star Route Trials FroiHUci ot Rich Development When Judge Wylio Is Brought Before the Spriiiser In ve tlgatlne Committee Tw York June 21 A Washington special iys Congressman Milliken asked Colonel UuorgaBFs when he was testify ing before tie Springer Committee yesterday- whethtrbs ever knswths Attornoy General bad summoned Judge Wjrlte before him and directed him te see that ox Senator Kellegg wat convicted Colonel filiti dropped bis papers stared in a confuted way at Mr MiUiAeoTfor a moment and then said the qMtisdbad jMKer bojMkedtof Judge Wylie After the session was ended Colaael Blka called Mr Milliken aside and asked him if be intended to press that question Mr Milliken said no that he would try to got Judge Wylies state ment The question refers to a matter that has rbeen qufetlyjtalked about bare1 for some time tind isv such a serious maltor that it kkellsTdd wben the facts come ont the Presidents attention will be called...

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 June 1884

VOL 3 NO 178 TIME TABLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R bTATIONS IiTp Maysvllle ArPrlafS Ar Lexlncton Ar Winchester Ar Richmond Ar Covington Lve Covington LveRlchmond live Wtnchesr Lve Lexlngtu Lve Paris AitJJnysvlUe i v For rates raorsei Ky orW O Express eTcopt Sunday 645 am k810 am uiu a in 1130 am 2lW pm 430 pm 615 pm 746 pm 1r f accomn except tfunday Tm nm 210 pm buo d m pfcSO pTn iu pm 635 pm bWjn7rav 720 nm 725 am 815 am li riO nm T5T No 66 Sunday only i5pm 8m 415 pm 006 pm tiuA i Uf 700 am 745 am 1000 aim jpfRBTJw1t t0 ra aivisaoopieengenaant uovingion rjAi Sa lcll er agent Maysvllle Ky 11950 IN cash GIVEN AWAY Trnlomt 450 400 350 300 275 1350 325 200 175 150 125 100 90 SO 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 W Smokerslof BUokwelli Genuine Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco will roccivo Premiums as follows on terms unci conditions here specified fitPREMIUM jBSQQQ 2d S2000 3d 1000 22 other Pre nil iimn as here shown Thor 23 premiums will bo awarded Dccembor 23 1884 1st Premium boos to tho person from whom w o ...

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 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING JUNE 23 1834 Dkmocrats at Washington believo Cleveland is the coming man Ddrinq the present year 3323 Chinese have arrived in the United States In New York City the Tribune is the only paper that supports Blaine squarely a a 4 The Prohibitionists of Kentucky will hold their State convention at Louisville July 3rd Commodore Garrison of New York has failed with liabilities amounting to 65000000 The Republicans of Indiana believo they have a strong candidate for Gover nor in Congressman Calkins Tiik passage of the Utah bill has aroused tho Mormon press and they are slashing it into Congress in a verybitter fashion The Boston Watchman says that with in the last nine yearsjnoarly eight hun dred churches have been burned in America m The American Prohibitionists at Chi cago nominated S C Pomeroy of Kan sas for President and J A Conant for Vice President The Illinois Prohibition Convention declared in favor of enfranchising women and rejects with disdain 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. — 23 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING JUNE 23 1884 BOSSES MoOABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address All Communications And now lor a word With the son and the sire Remember the boys Who put oat the Are It theres anythiug In you Youve got It to do To do unto them As they do unto you Tse mercury stood at ninety eight de- greea yesterday This work of tearing down Washington Hall will begin next Monday Marshall Smith colored of this city has been arrested At Cincinnati for stab bing a negro woman Mr Jos H Dodson has just finished a large and convenient brick warehouse on Second street in the lower part of the city Tub Maysville lodge of the Sons of Temperance will hold a meeting this evening and it is expected that every j member will be present Well venture to say each man who goes to Heckingers store for his summer clothes and puts them on will find wo will wager hes quite as cool as the Georgia Major The thermometer at George T Woods drug store which was exposed to the suns ray...

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 June 1884

THE BASE INGRATITUDE Of J Millionaires Whom Garrison Helped Whin Thoy Were Down MCnglns Words Delivered Yearn Ago to llUa by tho Commodore for Which JTII1U Now la luu lli Itevenge New YqnK June 23 A friend of Com modore Garrison said to day It is a Hbametbat the Commodores friends in Htead of forcing him into this ignominious assignment did not spring to his aid and tide him ovor bis difficulties Ho has had a grand business caruor He has laid the foundation or the success of mahy a great capitalist When he wont to California as the partner of Commodore Vnuderbilt and Commodore Morgan be aided in creating the wealth of D O Mills W C Ralston LlojaiTeyls of the Wells Fargo Express und other mon who achieved great wealth Indeed hispresont troubles may be said to date back to his old California days When IWston was reported to be in financial difllcultios bo telegraphed to him Call on me for a million if you like Ralston you remember was finally driven to tho walL He appealed for aid to ...

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 June 1884

DAILY VOL 3 NO 179 TIMETABLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL RR STATIONS Ijve Mnysvllle Ar Paris Ar Lexington Ar Winchester Ar Richmond Ar Covington Lve Covington Lye Richmond Lve Winchesr live Lexiugtn Lve pRrls Ar g Express except Sunday nccomn e x c pt Sunday 615 am 1205 pan 810 am 210 pm 010 am 600 p m 250 pm 410 pm 1130 um 535 pm 200 pm - 600 am 720 nm 430 pm 725 am fill 5 pm 816 am 715 pm li 30 am No 56 Sunday only lI5 pm i 391 pm 415 pm 005 pm Hiil 7no am 715 am 1000 am For rates or information apply to 8 F B Worse division passenger agent Covington Ky or W C Baldler agent MHysvlUe Ky S 950 IN CASH GIVEN AWAY rmtnrai Ko4totS 500 450 400 350 300 275 250 225 200 175 150 125 100 90 SO 70 GO 50 40 30 20 10 Smokers of iBlackwclls Ocnulnn Bull Carbarn Sinoktutf Tobacco will receive rrcmluiuH as follows on terms and conditions hero specified lstlHUMiS5000 2d 2000 3d 1000 22 other Premiums ns here shown Tho 23 premiums will bo nwardcil December 22 1884 lit rrcmlum roos to tho person from whom wo re...

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 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 24 1884 John Cotman diod of sun Bfroke atMt Sterling on Saturday The postal telegraph bill will bo called up in the Senate thin week SrKAKKn Carlisle thinks the ticket will be Cleveland and Hoadly m Some of Tildens strong supporters think Cleveland will be nominated at Chicago i Onk hundred and eighty two business failures occured in the United States last week Blaine graduated No 1 in a class of thirty young rnon at the Georgetown Ky College in 1848 The paper house of Messrs Chatfleld fe Woods at Cincinnati burned on Sun day The loss was about 50000 It is reported that a reacuejparty is or ganizing to release John Bush the con demned murderer at Lexington m m Senator Beck has expressed the opin ion that the amendment for the relief of the whisky interest will be adopted m Senator Payne is considered out of the Presidential race He candidly fa vors Cleveland as the Democratic candi date m Many PlumedJKnight clubs have been organized in Iowa 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. — 24 June 1884

L m i THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 24 1884 rosser McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address All communications Hi twisted around as he mopped his brow Jn all kinds of cooling positions And remarked In a die away melting tone Of the singular thermal conditions The air In this thermlo region he said Is seeking a lower lovel But be might as well have spoken tho words Its getting as hot as the devil The frame work of Mr A Schaffera new residence in East Alaytfville is going up to day m m m Tint Maysville hog wallows are bloom ing out magnificently during this spell of torrid weather What a pity hog wallows are exempt from taxation What an incomo Mays ville would have 1 A colored woman living in the old Spalding home on the hill side died suddenly last night Is the new hog ordinance working or has it been filed away in the Municipal chest as a curiosity Mb Henry Ort has received recently a new stock of furniture of the latest Btyles Go and look at it Trade has been v...

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 June 1884

THE MERCILESS WATERS SvreadiBfWant and His Dry Along the Rio Grande Towns 8wept Entirely Away 1111- roads Dlofted Out and the Soil Converted to Quicksand Sad Need of Help Santa Fe N M June 24 For mora than month high waters have swept through the Ulo Grande Valley and every hour the course of the river hot beon changed As yot there is no promise of abatement nnd at Alamilo and other points the river was as high yesterday as ai any time in fifty years The results are grow ing daily mora appalling as can be readily understood when it is considered that the long overflow ha turned almost all the oarth into quicksands Wagou roads are enttwiyafeandoned and by the most per sistent efforts only has the Atohkon To peka Santa Fe Railroad been able to Hupport a track on the main line At Rin con the course of the river and the entire country is so muoh changod as to be really unreoognizable Where the round house stood is now the main current of the stream whtea turns Hlf and flows north a cou ...

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. — 25 June 1884

If u VOL 3 NO 180 TIME TABLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R STATIONS Mr JjVe2MaysYllle Ar Paris7 ArLexImtton Ar Winchester Ar Rlohmond Ar Covington Lve Covlugtou LveRlchmond Lve Wlnchesr Lve Lextngtn Lve Paris A MayavllleJ Express except Sunday 54o nnv hi nm 910 airai 1180 nm 200 pm 430 pm Dm VHo pm nccomn e x c e pt Sunday ii06pni zuupm Bwupm xtw pm 410 pm 585 pm 6obft7m 720 nm 723 am 816 aim lr8otim No 56 Sunday only 115 pm 830 pm 415 pmr wiir 603 pm 7Ham 745 am lOWatn Forkates dr lnformfltloalariDly to Swk MolfseJ dlvIsloniJassehger agent Covington Ky or W C Ba ldler agent Moysvllle Ky fitB CAIITAL PRIZE 73000 Tickets Only 85 Shares In Proportion LOUlffi STATELOTTERY COMPANY We do hereby certify that yc supervise the arrangements for all the Monthly and Semt jlnnual Drawings oflhe Louisiana State Lot tery Company and tit pcrsoji manage and con trol the Drawings themselves and that the same are conducted with honesty fairness and in good fiitilt towai d all parties and wc authorise the Comp...

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. — 25 June 1884

v VOL 3 NO 180 TIME TABLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R STATIONS LveWIaysYllle Ar Paris- Ar Lexington Ar Winchester Ar Richmond Ar Covington Lve Covington LveRichrnond Lve Wlnchesr live Lexlngln Lve Paris AlMy8Vllle Express ezoept Sunday fitfonnv 810 am 010 mm 1180 am 200 pm 480 pm 615 Dm 7upia nccoran e x c e pt tsunauy 1205 pm Tw pm 6HX pmj 250 pm 410 pm 585 pm I - 600 am 720 nm 725 nm 815 am lu80 atn No 56 Supday only 116 pm 831 pm 415 p mr luX 605 pm 7rtiain 745 am tfoMttf ijffarmitionappiy to SKiviS Morsel division passenger agent Covington Kyor WO BaMdler agent Mnysvllle Ky e CAPITAXi PRIZE p 75000 Tickets Only 3 Shares In Proportion LOUlSlANASTATELOTTERY company t V r 1 i We do hereby certify that e supervise the arrangements for all the Monthly arid Semi Annual Drawings oflhe Louisiana State Lot tery Conwany and m person manage and con trol the Drawings themselves and that the same are conducted with honesty fairness and in good faith toward all parlies and we authorize the Company 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. — 25 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE JUNE 25 1884 Wall street is at fovor heat and anoth er upheaval ia looked for There are eluht hundred female phy sicians in the United States The Republicans are claiming the vote of North Carolina for Blaine Neal the Ashland murderer will be hanged at Grayson on Tuesday July 25th Seventeen thousand acres of land in Brazos Oounty Texas were soltf recently for 4 an acre John Kelly is of the opinion that Bayard is the strongest man the Demo crats can nominate The Kentucky State Guard will go into camp for ten days at Louisville about the 18th of July The Kentucky delegation to the Chi cago Democratic Convention will have a parlor at the Palmer House The President has received the Fitz John Porter bill and will ask the advice of his cabinet before approving it Colonel W C Goodloe has pledged to Blaine a largely increased vote in Kentucky and thinks it will not be less than 120000 HonW H CALKiNsiately nominated by the Republicans of Indiana as a can dida...

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. — 25 June 1884

In ii 1 r i THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE JUNE 25 1884 BOSSBR MoOABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Address All Communications We ought not bring disease to town But by Jingo If we do Weve got the hogs weve got the pigs And got the wallows too As hog wallows seem to be considered a luxury in Maysville we decline to re cede from our opinion they they ought to he taxed i iMwiverj probable that all the busi ne88hoHes iahe city will be closed at noonronVthe4th 0f Jnly Arrangements are now being made to that end There ought to be no hesitation about it A Very cooling drink popular in the far South is tamarind water It is made by letting tamarinds soak in a jar of water Drink the water and add more until it loses the distinct taste of tama rinds This cools the blood and keeps the digestive organs in order Mr Heller a leading tobacco grower says that a tablespoonful of London Pur ple mixed with a gallon of water and spinkled upon gooseberries and cur rants is sure destruction to t...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 25 June 1884

THE MEXICANS iLARMED tihpression That Blaines Nominatiox is fequivalont to War Hie Voice Do Kan Onlln Upon till People to 3Iakc Due Prepara tion to Tlmt End am matter ot Safety Galveston Tex Juno 25 Numarom dispatches from Mexico during the past two weeks hare indicated in a dogreo tin dissatisfaction which Mexico rogards the nomination of Blaine Delayed exchantfel arrived translations ot which show that the meagre dispatches mentioned scarcely reflected the intense feeling of hostility in Mexioo against Blaine The Voice Do Espan says editorially The telegraph transmits to us a very alarming piece of news The triumph of the cafidldacy of Mr Blaine1 involves a threa to the latin race in America particular lj to Mexico It is known that Mr Blaine li mochiavelic and an ultra mouroeist that it is not long since ho in union with Don Kuflno Barrios conspired against oui country jHis fall from the Department ol State saved our country frpm an inter national conflict to day and the railroad ...

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 June 1884

r DAILY VOL 3 NO 181 TIME TABLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R stations Lve Mny8Ville Ar Paris Ar Lexington Ar Winchester Ar Richmond Ar Covington Lvc Covington LveRlohmonri LveWinchesr Lve Loxlngtn Lve Paris - Ar Mnysvllle Express I nccotuiv nxcnnt DXCPDt Hunclny tiundayr 645 am 1203 pm I0 am 2Mpm 010 am 100 p m 2 50 pni 410 pm 1130 am 035 pm 200 pm i B0Oam 720 am 430 pm 725 am 515 pm i8IS am 745 p m 1k30 am No 56 Bnndny 115 pm s an pm 416 jptn oVospTui 7tiiarn For rates or Information apply to S F B Morse division passenger agent Covington Ky or W J Saddler Hgent Maysvllle Ky I 7H5jUiuJ 1000 am 11950 IN CASH GIVEN AWAY rrpmlumi Ko 4 to lit 500 450 400 350 300 275 1550 225 200 175 150 125 100 90 SO 70 GO 50 40 30 20 10 Smokers of Bluclcw ells Genuluo Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco will rcccivo Premiums as follows ou terms and conditions heroepecifled lstRiMMiS5000 2d S2C00 3d 1000 22 other Prcmlrims as hercehown Tho 23 premiums will bo awarded December 23 1881 1st Premium fjoes to tho person fr...

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 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE JUNE 20 1884 The delegates from Colorado are said to bo unanimously In favor of Clevolend for President The Mexican pension bill has been passed by the Senate the vote standing thirty seven to twenty seven A datcu of Mormons five hundred in number have arrived in New York Many of them are boys and cirls The shoemakers Btrike at Philadol 4nia has ended by the manufacturers granting the increase of wages asked o Allen Pinkkrton the famous detec tive is lying at the point of death at Phil adelphia His malady is malarial fever Gov St John of Kansas will not vote for Blaine because the Republican Con vention ignored the temperance question m In the event of Mr Tildon adhering to his resolution not to accept the nomina tion the Missouri delegation will go sol idly for Cleveland Hon J C S Blackburn thinks Bayard stands the best chance of being selected as the Democratic Presidential candidate though he personally favors McDonald and Slocum The treaty of comm...

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