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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 June 1884

4 i I THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE JUNE 20 188 1 R088ER MoCAHTHY PublUbera and Proprietors To Whom address Ali communications Wk expected to day A grand parade By the boys of town Iu their cottoniule Bat Into tbln air Now fades the dream For the weatber alas gHas busted tbe set erne Maysville ia supplying Ripley with ice Oottonadk suits at 4 each are the lateSC 7 Harvest is in progress all over the county Several persons in overcoats were seenonthe streets this morning 1 Fourteen ard Bisteen cents was re fused for two barns 6i tobacco at Ripley this week The mercury this morning stood at sixtv two degrees a difference of thirty degrees sinco yesterday There was no telegraphic communica tion with the outer world yesterday the wires being down They are still out of order to day Seven persons have died suddenly in this neighborhood in the last several days four of them by drowning There were four funerals yesterday John Wheeler has just received a supply of pickled salmon a new deli...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 June 1884

A Paradise of death Where Wholesalo -Murder Doom Not Even Excite Comment Women Lyluc About With Danger In Their Heart Their Earn Cut Off Etc Tho Grcutent Orlui lnala Sot at Liberty Matamouas Mox June 26 As Rafael Morales was returning home from a ball which took place below town last night at tho Roslta ranch he was assaulted from behind by Vicente Zamerano who shoe him through the neck inflicting a deadly wound Tho assassin ikd across the rlyer andMoraleslay out in the rain all night AntOuioAbrogoas a noted bandit is head ing a small party rffmen who are operating near La pal ma ranch and are committing many petty robberies It is thought that these men murdered the old baker about ten days ago Advices from the Interior state that 8e nor Topia owner of La Mesa Ranch State of Sonora had at the head of hilrancheros attacked and captured several bandits Inthe State of Michoacan several bands of brigands have united under the noted chief Joaquin Muno and dofy tho authori ties under tho ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 27 June 1884

A DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 182 TIME TABLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL It R STATIONS Lve Maysvllle Ar Paris Ar Lexington Ar Wluclicstor Ar Richmond Ar Covington Xve Covington LveRlchmond Lve Wtnchesr Lve Lextugtn Lve Paris Ar Mhysville Express exce pt Sunday 615 a in 810 am 010 nm 1130 am 200 pm 130 pm 616 pm 7 u pm nccomn oxcpt Sunday 1203 pm 210 pm 000 p m 250 pm 410 pm 683 p in oVcoTiVnil 720 nm 725 juxa 815 am l3u am No 56 Sunday 0y 115 pm 331 pm 415 pm fi05pm 70 am 743 am 1000 am For rates or Information apply to 8 F B Moise division passenger ngent Covington Ky or V C Sa Uller wtzent Mhysville Ky 11950 IN CASH GIVEN AWAY Preulnmi 450 400 350 300 275 250 225 200 175 150 125 100 90 SO 70 GO 50 40 30 20 10 Smokers of Blsckwells Gontilno Bull Durham Smoking1 Tobacco will rccclvo Premiums as follows on terms and conditions hero specified 1st PREMIUM SBTOQQ 2d S2000 3d 1000 22 other Premium as hero shown Tho 25 premiums will bo awarded December S3 1S4 1st Prcmltim Hoes to tho person from...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 27 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING JUNE 27 1884 Laboe conventions havo been called nnd hold in all of tho leading cities and towns in the central and north eastern portion of tho State except in the city of Maysvillo Why Maysvillo bus never been ablo to secure an important conven tion we cannot tell unless it has been for the want of some one to take an act ive interest in the matter Wo know that Judge Wall tho chairman of our county committee hus been for sovoral weeks actively engaged in an effort to secure tho holding of tho Superior Court Convention at this point The selection of Maysvillo is certainly duo to his efforts and our citizens properly appreciate that fact Lexington Winchester Blue Licks Moreheud and Maysvillo wero tho con tending places and it was Maysvillo against the field and while all tho other places had sent committees of citizens to aid their chairman Maysvillo relied alone upon Judgo Wall and wo are all gratified at his success To realize the importance of thi...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 27 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING JUNE 27 1884 bosseb McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address All communications KS9r As youro glancing round tlio State And all tho nice things spotting Dont forget our good old town Uer flre works and her trotting The game of base ball at East End Park will be called this afternoon at half past two oclock sharp A drawing reprenenting the front ele vation of the new opera house may bo seen in Messrs Hechingor Bros Uos window Thb Kentucky Central will sell round trip tickets from this city to tho Chicago Convention at 12 They will bo on sale from tho 3rd to the 8th of July and will be good returning until the 14th m William Joseph the occupant of a house boat shot and fatally wounded his brother Alfred Joseph near Qurncy last week He was arrested for the crime in Ohio and is now in jail at Portsmouth We understand that steps are being taken to bring to the notice of the Fish Commissioners alleged violations of the fish laws of Kentucky wit...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 27 June 1884

LAUGHING BLUE EYES Thrilling Romance of a Cincinnati Girl at Long Branch Saved From a Watery Grave by a Stranc Young ITIan an Slie Va Slnklux for the Last Time Who Tlien Disappeared ioso BnANCH N Jf Juno 27 Lounger and bathers yesterday watched with admir ation a young girl who stopped daintily down upon the beach about eighteen year of age with sunny hair and latighing blue eyes She presented a pleasing picture Her acquaintances who sat upon the piazzas recognizod her as the acknowledged belle of the branch Miss Milllcent Netta of Cin cinnati Miss Netta struck out iocaa dls taucSbfyond tho end of the pier Suddenly the observers wore startled by a scream Help I am sinking came to their ears Miss Netta was foebly butreting the billows and becoming exhaustod A cry of borror went up Once more sho came to the sur face and again sank A young mai sev eral hundred fbet from the drowning girl dashed into the waves The crowd cheered him on his way At last he reachod the place where Miss Nett...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 June 1884

DAILY VOL 3 NO 183 TIME TABLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL K R STATIONS N BW FIRM Expiess OXCOjlt Bumluy nccomn except SuiKiuy No 56 Sunday only Lve MaysvlUc 645 nm 1205 pm 115 pm Ar Paris 810 am aw Pm awipm Ar Lexington 010 am G00 p m 415 pm Ar Winchester sou pm Ar Richmond 410 pm Ar Covington 1130 am 63j pm Lvo Covington 200 p in LveRlclnnotm 010 am Lve Wtnclicsr 720 m Lve Lexlugtn 430 pm 72a am Lve Paris 515 pm 815 am Ar MaysvlUo 745 p m lu30 am 605 pm 700 am 745 nm 1000 am Forratesor Information apply to 8 P fi Morse division passenger agent Covington Ky orWO Balcllor fluent Maysvllle Ky 11950 IN CASH GIVEN AWAY Premiums A o i to 25 Woo 450 400 350 300 275 1550 225 200 175 150 125 100 90 SO 70 GO 50 40 30 20 10 Smokers of Blackvrella Gcmiluo Bull Durham Suioklusr Tobacco will rccelvo Premiums as follow a on terms and conditions hcrospeclnl BStPREMIUM500G 2d 2000 3d 1000 22 other Premiums as here Bbown Tho 25 premiums will bo awarded December 22 1534 Jft Premium oes to tho pcrnon fromwhomwe ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 28 1884 The Democratic delegation from Rhodo Ialand is unanimous for Cleveland Gen E II Muukav has been appoint ed by the President Governor of Utah The Baritholdi Statue hus been fin ished and will arrive at Now York some time during July Senatok Chaffee has been elected Chairman of the Republican National Executive Committee July 17th is date fixed by the Indiana Prohibitionists for their convention to nominate State officers The cholera at Toulon is tho Asiatic type but there are hopes of checking it It has appeared at Marseilles also Judge W H Holt of Montgomery County is announced to make tho race against Judge Riddell for the Appellate Judgship m Gen S P Hughes is the Democratic nominee tor Governor of Arkansas He stands on a platform which declares for a tariflfor revenue At the Chicago Convention no clubs or associations will bo admitted as such and members of suchorganizations must look to delegates for tickets A mass meeting is to b...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 June 1884

I I i 31 THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 28 1884 BOSSER MoCARTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address Au communications Take notice that With the ball and bat The Maysvlllo boys Laid oin flat And the pegs are set And things la train This afternoon To do It again Volume seventeen Enyclopedia Brit anlca has been received at the public li brary The contonts run from Oint to Orm inclusive The ladies will find some very hand some new styles of dress goods at Messrs George Cox Sons this week Their show windows have been very attractive m Rev J W Fitch will preach his clos ing sermons at Shannon beginning Sat urday at 11 oclock and continuing over Sunday As these are his last sermons in the circuit a full attendance is desired Election of Officers Ringgold Lodge No 27 1 0 0 F on Wednesday evening elected the follow oQicors to serve for ensuing six months N G W o Bloom V G J L Daulton Secretary Joslah Wilson Treasurer Foster Barbor The Maysville club defeated the Cin cinnati ...

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. — 28 June 1884

POISONOUS FOOD WE EA1 Startling Results of an Investigation by a Committee of Citizens Erery itlnnufacturcd Article of Food nd Drink Now In Une and ITInny Drue Either Adul terated or Sophisticated Chicago June 28 A Committoe of thi Citizens Association appointed for the purpose of making an exhaustive investi gation of food adulterations published itt report to day The Committee says It may be too much but it is not greatly too much to say that every manu factured article of food and drink now in use and many of the drugs and compound UBid m medicines aro adulterated 01 sophisticated in greator or less degree and although in most but not in all cases the foreign ingredient is innoxious in its char actor The product is a fraud bocaust designed to supply the place of a bettei article without the knowledge of the pur chaser Further on tho report says So far has tho manipulation of certain articlos been carried that in the buttei trade for instauco the genuine article car not be procure...

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 June 1884

JJAlliirtii VOL 3 NO 184 TIME TABLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL7 v t in nam 6a STATIONS Lve Mn8Vllle Ar Paris Ar Lexington Ar Win oli ester Ar Richmond Ar Covington Lve Covington LveRlchmoud Lve Wtnchcr Lve Lexlnglu Lve Parlo Ar Mnysvllle Express except Sunday 645 am 810 am 010 nm liVso ani 200 p m jiaipm 516 pm 715 p m Hceomn except Sunday 1205 nm 210 pm 000 p m 260 rm 410 tm 0C0 am 7Wnm 741 am 815 am lu80 am No 56 Sunday 511 l15pm Sl pm 415 pm J1 ftoipcm 700 am 746 turn 1000 am For rates or Information apply toS FB Morse division passenger1 ngent Covlngipn Ky orW L Sk lrtler ngemMaysvtUt Ky 11950 IN CASftT GIVEN AWAY ATTENTION SMOKERS All contestants for the 25 premiums aggregat ing above amount offered by Blackwclis Dur ham Tobacco Co must observe the following conditions on which the premiums arc to bo awarded All bags must bear our original Bull Durham label U S Revenues Stamp and Caution Notice The bags must bo done up securely in a packago with name- and address of sender and number of ...

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 June 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING JUNE 30 1884 There were 171 business failures in the United States last week The Democrats of North Carolina have declared for a tariff for revenue TnE saloon keepers of Ripley hnve re fused to pay the tax fixed by the Scott law i m i The wheat and cotn crops in Texas promise to be the largest ever grown in that state Mrs Harriet Bricker is rebuilding her brick store room at Aberdeen dam aged by the recent flood The House of Representatives has adopted the conference report on the pension appropriation bill m Senator Logan urges the Plumed Knight to take the stump and put forth all his magnetism He urges that this would be particularly effective in the South It will be well to bear in mind that lor any property burned by fire crackers torpedoes or other fire works the city will be held responsible Jby the in 8urance companies The fourth will be observed in this city as a general holiday The business houses will be closed at noon and the town decorat...

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 June 1884

I i i THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING JUNE 30 1884 BOSSER MCCARTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom addrksb All Commumcatioms Nimble trotters ForcomtnK races Up at the Trying their paces And when the bell Is tapped you know Well all be there To see em go Tns river Is rising to day AM the banks in Maysville will be closed on the 4th of July Wilson Powkk colored of unsound mind died on Friday evening 1 m The Maysville factory is turning out about ten tons of ice every day Tins game of base ball Saturday even ing between the Cincinnati Stars and the Maysville club was won easily by the latter Tub contract for the plumbing etc at the new opera house has been awarded to Mr T J Curley of this city Fiftekn fine trotters arrived at the Maysville course on Saturday evening among them the stallion of Mr Frank Van Ness of Lexington m During the races on the 3rd 4th and 5th of July Mr J J McCarthy will run his omnibus from tho terminus of the street railway to the fair grounds The Maysville...

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 June 1884

CRUEL PRACTICAL J OKB Perpetrated by thro Fun Loving Woman Upon a Neighbor The Victim Throwu Intej SpaMim from Friulii iind Her Roaon De throned from which She will Never Wholly Hecover Clsvxlahd 0Juno 23 Mrs Maggit Burns wai brought to doathi door aa the result of a cruel practical Joke perpetrated by three of her acquaintances rojcntly A few weeks ago Mrs Burns left town and left her husband and son at home In he absence three women Aggie Lump Mrs Callahan and Mrs Plerqe called at the house for a visit and not finding her at home decided to await her return The husband went to work and being lefl alone the three women thought It would beeactromely funny to scare Mrs Burns The chairs and tables were upset and every thing put topsy trvy A dummy wa made and clothed in a suit of Burns clothes and was laid on the floor the sup posed head tied with a white bandage rest ing on the sewing machine Then the secreted thomselves Mrs Burns wht is of nervous temperament came home anc was struck...

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. — 1 July 1884

DAILY -3 Lve Mnysvllle Ar Paris Ar Lexington Ar Winchester Ar Rlobmond Ar Covington Lve Covlugtou Lvo Richmond Lve Wlncuesr Lve Lexlngtu Lve Paris Ar MiiysvHlo - VOL 3 NO 185 545 nm 1205 pm S10 am 210 pm 010 nm C00 p m 250 pm 410 pm 1180 anii 6i pm 4AN p III 430 pm fil5 nm 6C0 am 72 am 725 am 815 am 715pmK80nm x i TIME TABLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL It R STATIONS Express except Buuilny nccoiun e x c p pt Sunday No 60 Sunday only 115 pm 830 pra -115 pm oVpni 701 ara 745 am 1000 am For rntesWhnformntlon appljto SFB Morse division passenger agent Covington Kyor WO Ba ldler agent Mnysvllle Ky 11950 IN CASH GIVEN AWAY ATTENTION SMOKERS All contestant for tlio 25 premiums apprcpat ing above amount offered by Blackwclrs Dur ham Tobacco Co must obsorvo the following conditions on which the premiums are to bo awarded All bags must bear our original Bull Durham label U S Rcvenuo Stamp and Caution Notice The bags must be done up securely In a package with name and uddress of sender and number of bags ...

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. — 1 July 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING JULY 1 1884 Tire Republicans aro claiming Ohio at the October election by 30000 The Republicans of North Carolina continue to claim that State for Blaino and Logan A lono list of useful articles aro now admitted into Mexico from this country free of duty m i Mr Cuiitis in Harpers Weekly says Cleveland will have the solid voto of New York in the Chicago Conyention under the unit rule - Senator Gorman denies that ho and other Democrats held a conference at New York to devise plans to defeat tho nomination of Gov Cleveland Ex Sknator Conklinq has decided to take no part whatever in tho Presiden tial campain either for or against Blaino and to be out of the way will go to Eu rope The official count of the Oregon State elections just announced returns B Herman Republican to Congress with a majority of 2047 There were 11223 votes cast in favor of womans suffrage and 28176 against The prohibitionists of Indiana will call a State Convention to meet in Indi...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 1 July 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUE3DAY EVENING JULY 1 1884 KOSHER MoOAETHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Addkkss aia CoKMumoATion BonnY To say NO verse To diy f r d Thk hod carriers af thoZweigart build ing are off again to day Mr Nick Ghkek the veteran pool sel aer has been engaged for this week to sell pools at this place MHSnELTON Crawford a well known citiaea died this morning of consump tion at the age of twenty seven years The wheat harvested in this county is of a very fine quality The tobacco and corn are looking well and promise an abundant yield Thk statement by the Bank of Mays ville printed elsewhere makes a very handsome showing It is one of the soundest and best managed banks in the State- The funeral of Mr Thomas Jackson will take place on Wednesday afternoon at half past two oclock from the resi dence on Third street Services by Rev R B Garrett of the Baptist Church The upper grade ought certainly to be cleaned up and put rn order before the fourth of July celebration begin...

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. — 1 July 1884

A MIRACULOUS ESCAPE Two Sleopers Plunged Over a Bridge inua To of Water Mi - f Ileioii wii r Who With Two Rlba Brontn He Druvely to Work Rescuing thImprjBonedand Drowning VaMCiijjern S Lykchburo Vs Juno SO Another ac count of the railroad accident on the Mid land Road says that whon about two milei north of Lynchburg on a heavy down grade tho engineer finding the speed of train too great shut off steam and applied the air brakes o his surprise there was no diminution of the trains speed and he realized that some defoct had occurred in the brakes The rapid motion increased and dmringithe run to the river nearly two mlle7tlwtrain swept alongut theate of more than a mile a minute The paisengers became alarmed but nono were prepared for tho thrilling episode which was so soon to follow Upon reaching the bridgo the engine tender and baggage car kept the track but tho smoker swayed so that it struck the girders throwing it from the trackand causing the cars follow ing to do tho same The t...

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

DAILY ETENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 1SG TIME TABLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R STATIONS New York Express except Sundny Lve Mnysvlllo 513 nm Ar Pails- WO am Ar Lexington I i10 nm Ar Winchester Ar Richmond I Ar Covtimtoiii 1130 u in Lve Covington i iwi pm IiVeHIchnioud im Lve AVInchesr nMM Lve Iixltisln -ill pm Lve Paris io m Ar Muysville 715 p m nceomn except Sundny 15 pm 210 pm 000 p m 230 pm 110 pm 533 p m OitdiVmi 720 nm 723 am 8 IS nm I 3i im I No 60 Sundny only 115 pm 331 pm 415 pm OiOoptn 7ik am 715 nm lO am For rates or Information apply to S V 15 Moise division pT spner nisei t Covington Ky or Wl s uili r soiv Mnysvilij Ky V AmMWHFAfMWWTwmW M GASH G YEN AWAY ATTENTION SMOKERS All contestants for tho 23 premiums ncfgreKnt Ing above amount offered by Illnckwcll s Dur ham Tobacco Co must observe the following conditions on which the premiums are to bo awarded All bags must bear our original Bull Durham label U S ltcvcnuo Stamp and Caution Notice The baps must bo done up securely in n packa...

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 July 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE JULY 2 1884 Opposition to Clovoland still growing in the East John Kelly says that Clevelands nomination will give New York to Blaine by 40000 to 80000 The collections in the Lexington rev enue district during the past year amounted to 2000000 Chairman Johnston has called a meet ing of theDemocratic State Central Com mittee at FrankfoitJuly 10 The Blaine men intend to carry the tight South They now boast that they can elect him without New York Mora than 10000000 voters will vote lit the next Piesulential election The total vote in the last race was 9204428 Tildkn if named at Chicago will bo certainly nominated by acclamation is the general talk among the New York Citv Democrats The Louisiana sugar planters have de cided upon a general reduction of wages and a strike of about 100000 laborers principally negroes is imminent The decrease of the public debt for June is about 9000000 Thelreduction for the fiscal year just ended is about 101000000 against...

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