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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 2 July 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE JULY 2 84 BOSSER MoOARTHY Publishers aud Proprietors To Whom Adduehs all Communications In goiug to the races boy The best tlilug you can do Is go down to the wharf niul take Tho Handy No 2 Shell put you through In first class stylo And right slde up with cnio Youll see the river scenery And when sho lauds youre there The Flemingsburg Times Democrat has been discontinued ns a semi weekly m Rev S B Aloeuson will preach nt tho Presbyterian Church Ripley next Sun day A duck that lays black egtrs is n curi osity owned by Mr Isaac Wntkins of this city The Dudes knocked uder to Our Boys on Tuesday afternoon by a score of six to three When you go to the races take tho now steamer Handy She goes through to the grounds Accommodations for all Cait E W Fitzgerald of the Mays ville club has the reputation of being the best pitcher in the Ohio Valley His playing is worth seeing Get your flags and let every house in the city be decorated on the fourth The dealers ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 2 July 1884

CONDENSED NEWS It is thought the doflcioney of Orln fiperry absconding Treasurer of Chautau qua County N Y will roach 100000 Diiunkkv loafers enturod Pore Hya clnthes Church in Paris during service aid nlmost broke up tho meeting by their yells and drunken orgies Captain U W Andrews aged 93 jeuTi who started from Sumter S C for Ijouton on foot May 7 lasi arrived at Boston June ISO in good condition In the vicinity Vf Laconia Franklin and Bridgewuter Now York the grasahopp rs are consuming everything green Farmers ure catching thorn at tho rate of ton bush eli a day Mils Caiuuk It Mouse alias Minnie Wot was sentenced in Now York to tw j years in tho Penitentiary for having fraud ulently obtained ii0 from Mrs Henry Wilson of No war N J Tiik virulence of tho cholera plague is in creasing at Toulon and Marseilles Franco and the population are fleeing oven tho poor are loaviug thociiios in droves on foot to tho surrounding country The broah of promise enso of Miss Fortescuo tho nctrss ag...

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

BAI17M VOL 3 NO 187 Lve Maysvlllc Ar Purls Ar Lexington Ar Winchester Ar niclimoml Ar Covington Lve Covington LveRlchmoucI Lve Wlnchosr Lve Lexlugtu Lve Paris Ar Mnysvlllo 645 ii m SW am 110 am 1180 a in 200 p in 431 pm 515 pm 745 p m accomn e x p pt Bur day 1205 pm 2in pm 6i0pm 25u pm 410 pm 635 p m 100 Hm 720 am 723 am 815 am P 8i turn r wv t mes Six P t TIMETABLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL ItR STATIONS Express except Sunday No 56 Sunday only ii5 pm 330 pm 415 pm 605 pT 700 Rm 745 am 1000 am For rates or information apply tq S F B Morse tUvlslon passenger agent Covington Ky or WC Srldler ncent Maysvllle Ky 11950 IN CASH GIVEN AWAY ATTENTION SMOKERS I All contestants for the 25 premiums aggregat ing nbvc amount offered by Blackwelrs Dur ham Tobacco Co must observe the following conditions on which the premiums ure to bo Awarded All bags must bear our original Bull Durham label U S Revenue Stamp and Caution Notice The bags must be dono up securely ill a package with nnmo and address of sender...

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

k I PS- THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE JULY 3 1884 The Republican State campaign in In diana will not bo opened till late in Au gust It is reported from Washington that the President will veto the Fitz John Porter bill The Senate has passed the river and harbor bill with the amendments which brings the amount appropriated up to 13584700 Allan Pinkerton the famous detec tive died at Chicago on the 1st inst of malarial fever He was born in 1819 at Glasgow Scotland Indiana Prohibitionists are inclined to vote the Republican State ticket because of the plank in its platform calling for a Constitutional convention m Six hundred of John Kellys hench men start for Ohicago Saturday Kelly comes out boldly forjtho interests of the people and the workingraen evidently hinting at Butler m The majority of the Elections Commit tee reported in favor of John S Wise in th contested case from the State of Vir ginia The House most likely will sus tain the committee William Neal the condemned Ash land...

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

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE JULY 3 1884 bosseb McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom addrrsq All Communications Whkn you go to the races Just make a nolo Oi this solid lact If you go by boat The heat and the dust Aa youll Hud out Youll escape If you go By the river route Council meets this evening - The bunting is flying alfover town to day The Sunday law is rigidly enforced at Portsmouth O Propkrty at Vanceburg is taxed at 375 on the 100 The county tax is 1271 Is going to the races remember that the Handy No 2 lands right at the grounds Accommodations for nil TnB opera house will bo torn down next week by Messrs Lane Worriek who are to put up the new building The general delivery at tho post offico will be closed to morrow morning at half past nine oclock and will not be opened duringthe day If you wish to see the Highlands of the Ohio go to the race course by tho Bteamer Haudy No 2 which lands di rectly at the grounds Messrs Lane Woruick have torn down Mr Henry Pecors re...

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. — 3 July 1884

LOVING DROVE HIM MAD TceDesperation of Jilted Young Kan of Long1 Island Serlou Complication In tlio Haiti more PohIoHIcc Charie of Crim inal ftractlcea Between Em ployer and Employe Flushing L I July a William Johnson lives In Collego Point Long Island and for months has been persistent in bis devotion to Miss Emma Anderson who hait been as persistent in discouraging it Re cently Miss Anderson went to Brooklyn to reside Johnson made ellorts to find out where she was and finally succeeded in ob taining an iutorviow with her She sharply told him that his attentions were offensive and sent him away His unrequited love bo preyed upon his mind that for weeks it has beethought -that ho was becoming in sane The extreme hoat yesterday over came Johnson and be was taken to his homo and restorations were applied His strength seoinod to return but his mind wandered badly Ah night came on bo began to talk incomprehensible gibberish Soon ho was seized with a fit of frenzy and drove overy one out...

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 July 1884

II A II V w r m i m STATIONS Lvc Mnysvllle Ar Paris Ar Lexington Ar Winchester Ar lucnmona Ar Covington Lve Covington Lve Richmond Lvo Wlnchesr Lve Lcxlngtn Lve Paris AiyMnysvllle ExpresR except Sunday VOL 3NO 188 TIME TABLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R Bccomn fe x o o pt Sunday 5M5 am 1205 pm Klo am 2Wpm 910 am G0 pm 25upm 410 pm 1130 am 685 pm 2UU um 1W 600 am - 720 nm iM imii 725 am 515 pm 816 am 715 pm K30 am No 56 Sunday only 115 pm 381 pm 415 pm 605 pm Vw arn 745 am 1000 am For rates or information apply to 8 P B Morse division passenger agent Covington Kyor WO SaldJer 8centrMtiyyiIle Ky i - a a 11950 IN CASH GIVEN AWAY ATTENTION SMOKERS All contestants for the 25 premiums oggreRnt ing above amount offered uy hlackwells Pur hnm Tobacco Co must obsorvo tho following conditions on which the premiums are to bo awarded All bags must bear our orlginnl Bull Durham label U S Rovcnuo Stamp and Caution Notice The bags must bo done up securely In a package with name and address offender and num...

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 July 1884

U v THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVE JULY 5 1884 Tub President haa vetoed the Fitz John Porter bill Congress ia expected to adjourn at noon on Monday The Duckworth Club Cincindati will go to Chicago wearing Tilden badges m Mr Thomas S Pkttit of Kentucky has been invited to act as reading clerk at the National Democratic Convention Daniel Manning chairman of the New York committee claims that Cleve land will get forly eight of New Yorks seventy two votes i Thk Democrats of Illinois are in favor of Tilden first nnd Cleveland second Mayor Harrison of Chicago was nomi nated Governor by acclamation m The New York Sun says positively that Mr Tilden does not favor the nomi nation of Governor Cleveland The New York Evening Post says positively jthat Mr Tilden does fuvor the nomination of Governor Cleveland 5SS The Southern delegates to the Demo cratic National Conventionure consider ing concerted action to have a Southern man made totnporary and permanent chairman Ex Governor Hublurd of Texa...

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 July 1884

Il as l ft i THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVE JULY 5 1884 BOSSER MoCARTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Address All Communications Now many a man Saya with a sigh Dont want any- more Fourth of July The steamer Guiding Star will arrive to morrow from Cincinnati with an ex cursion party Tint Vanceburg Courier says that n vein of lead has been discovered in Adams County Ohio Ths fire works display Thursday and Friday evenings was very interesting and all that it was expected to be The steamer Handy No 2 will make trips to the race Vourse every half hour this afternoon landing at the grounds Rev S B Aldkkson preaches at Rip ley to morrow The usual services at the chapel in East Maysville will be omitted The late George W Hull was a mem ber of the Masonic Mutual Benefit Asso ciation of this city His heirs will re ceive 1550 The steamer Andy Baurn arrived yes terday from Cincinnati with a party of excursionists numbering about two hun dred and fifty It was an orderly well behaved crow...

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 July 1884

MAY CALL IT A CONTEST But to a Man Up a Tree It Looki Like Hipprodoming Jim Goode of England and Jaka Kllraln of Boston Flcht Five Rounds aad Quit by Calling the matter a Draw Chicago July 5 Three thousand peopla gathered thii evening at Battery D Armo ry and went away delighted having wlt neised one of the most determined and sol entitle glove contests that ever occurred in this section of the country The contestants were Jim Goods of England who stanei five feet eight and one half inches and stripped at 157 pounds and Jake Kil rain of Boston five feet eleven inches who tipped the beam at 180 pounds Both men appeared to be in a state of physical perfection Parson Davlos instructed tbo audience that the contest would be five three minute rounds und asked them to refrain from making any remarks favoring either contestant The following is a summary of the fight by rounds First Round This was evenly fought both in science and slugging though the gentleman from Boston succeeded in forc ...

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 July 1884

W BAILY EVENING BULLETIN Ar Winchester Ar luclimoini Ar Covington Lvo Uoviuiiton LvcRlchmoud Lvo WlnoliCHr Lve Loxlugln Lvo Purls Ar Mnyavlllo I A Hi V f lull Lzpross OXQOpt Buudny 618 nm HMO am D 10 iuiu II ISO am 200 p m 1110 pm fil5 pm 715 pm v it VOju 5 NO 189 TIME ADLifiK lUCICYOENTRALRil STATIONS Lvc Mny Mo Ar iimn Ar Lexlniiton uccorun except Hunuiy I2K in 2 p m OWi J1W1 26o piu 410 pm 535 pm 000 nm 7A nm 725 nm 816 nm li30 nm No 60 Bututny only 116 pm 830 pm 415 pm 005 pm HMtlMltMIM 7 tio nin 745 am 1000 nm For rntos or Information apply to S F B Mo bo division passenger agent Covington Ky or W 0 Saddler RKont Mnysvillc Ky 11950 IN CASH GIVEN AWAY To SMOKERS of Blackwells Genuine Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco This Special Deposit Is to guarantee the payment of tho 25 premiums fully described In our former announcements Tho premiums will bo paid nomntlcr how imnll tho numbor of bags returned may be Qffict IiUickitrllt Durham Tolarto Co Jhtrham A C Hay 10 IBM rAVnBYK CatMtr Hank...

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 July 1884

F THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING JULY 7 1884 The ProhibitionistB of Indiana will put a full ticket in the- field Tub Asiatic cholera is still raging in the maritime cities of Franco i m Senatok John S Williams favors Mc Donald and Slocum as a Presidential ticket How would this do for a ticket John R McLean of Ohio and Georo Alfred Townsend of New York o General Witiieks celebrated horse Almont the sire of trotters died at Lox ington on the 4th inst Fifty thousand dollars had been offered and refused for him m Guitkaus sister Mrs Scoville is said to be canvassing Pennsylvania selling pictures her objocfbeing she says to to raise money to prosecute her brothers murderers The Eiver and Harbor bill has at last passed both Houses It appropriates 13909200 The falls of the Ohio at Louisville get 300000 and the Ken tucky river 250000 Sitting Bull is advancing in civiliza tion and is becoming resthetic At a din ner given to him by the officers at Fort Snelling ho expressed his unbounded a...

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 July 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING JULY 7 188 ROSSER MoOARTHY Publishers aud Proprietors TO WHOM ADDRKS3 AM COMMUNICATIONS Of all the cities that we know - From Maine to Alabama Old Maysvlllo takes the cako away - For ninslo nnd tho drama f Thoy moved to take tho old hall down - No soonor was It said jjp When straight to work they go to put A palaco in Its stead We aro sorry to announce tho soriouB illness of Mrs J 0 Frank of EHzaville Mr HB Wilson of Bourbon County and Miss Bettlo Henry of Montgomery County were married at Aberdeen this morning Mr Jerry McNamara of East Mays ville is laid up at homo on account of an injury to his foot by some pieces of lum ber falling upon it m Work has been discontinued at the cotton mills as is customory at this time of the year The machinery will bo started again in August Mr II H Collins little boy is very low to day and his death is momentarily expected Tho family have tho sincere sympathy of tho community m We regret to announce that the Hon L...

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 July 1884

FAMISHING FIERY FIEND Feasting with Foarful Fury upon Country Villages Two Towns Completely Wiped Out Applumuii Sc Co Agricultural Works at Newark O Hurnod at u Loan of 9500000 Toronto July 7 At about 1230 oclock on Thursday morning a tiro broke out in the stables of tho Mansion House at Fort Perry and in throe hours every businoss establishment in tho heart of tho village was a smouldorine ruin Not one mercan tile establishment was loft To day not even a paper of pins can be purchased in the village Tho ilro spread from the place of starting In evory direction north to Corrigans stores on Queen street thence east to Water street and two blocks south and west taking in Mary street and Perry street the latter on both sides On Queen street it crossed to tho north side taking McGows temporary hotel built on tho ruin of tho firo of November last sweeping west to John street and north to North street When day dawned not a wall was loft stand ing In the area traversed by the Are It is imp...

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. — 8 July 1884

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 190 TIME TABLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R STATIONS Ive Mnysvllle Ar Paris Ar Lexington ArWluchestor Ar Rlclnnondi Ar Covington Lve Covington Lvelllolimoufi Lve Wlnchesr Lve Lexlnglu Lve 1nrls Ar Maysvlllo II Express oxce pt HiuiOay 615 nm 810 am U10 nm 1130 am 200 p m 130 pm 615 pm 745 pm nccoran oxoopt riuudiiy 12 05 pm 210 pm 000 pm 250 pm 410 pm 635 pm fl00 arn 720 nm 725 nm 815 nm lu30 nm YSPEPSIA No 50 Sunday only l15pm 330 pm 415 pm 605 pm 7W am 745 nm 1000 nm For rates or information apply to S F B Morso division pnssenger agent Covington Ky or WC Snddler ntjont Mnysvllle Ky 11950 IN CASH GIVEN AWAY To SMOKERS of Blaqkwells Genuine Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco This Spccinl Deposit Is to cunmntco the payment of the 25 premiums fully described In our former announcements Tho premiums will be paid no matter how mall tho number of baps returned may be OMct MadctrtW Durham Tolaern Co Durham X C Hay 1U 1884 rAmLEYEH Cathicr Dunk of Durham Durham KE Dkab Smt...

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. — 8 July 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING JULY 8 1884 Thk wheat in Indiana is said to have been badly injured by moisture Emigkation to America of jewa in Southern Russia is increasing rapidly - it Clkvixand is said to bo the favorite of the Kentucky delegation to Chicago pro vided Tilden does not consent to run A cyclone passed over Trenton Ky Saturday evening doinij great damage to property About one hundred barns in that vicinity wire blown down Tub published story of Tildens feeble ness is denied He walks daily with friends about Graystono and shows even more than usual strength A Washington dispatch says The Democratic Presidential situation is now so complicated that a serious movement will be made to nominate Tilden sick or wall The Breckinridge club one hundred and twenty five strong left Lexington on Sunday for Chicago They carried along a brass baud three servants and a barrel of the best Bourbon whisky The Democrats of Arkansas regret the withdrawal of Tilden from the contest an...

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. — 8 July 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING JULY 8 1884 ROSSEE MoOARTHY Publishers nnd Proprietors To Whom Address Am Communications Tis a pleasant thing To be noted down Of the Circuit Court Indicting the town For filthy wallows The passor meets Mudo by hogs In the public streets Thk battle opened at Chicago to day at noon m Tiie cabbage crop this year is larger and better than for a long time past The new edition of Henry TStantons poems may be had at Phisters book store The County Infirmary has forty two inmates and all of them nro in good health Mosquitos have made their appear ance and aro getting in their work at a lively rate m m m It is said the tobacco crop of Bourbon County this year will be the largest ever raised there Tobacco planters are expecting a big crop this fall The plants are looking unusually well in this neighborhood The laws of Owingsvillo prohibit hogs from running at large on the streets Another town that much ahead of Mays ville 4 m Mr James Sidwkll of Logans Gap O...

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. — 8 July 1884

BRUTAL PRIZE FIGHT In Which There Wero Thirty Two Knockdownit and iUucli Bloodlnc Prrrsnuno Pa July 8 Ono of tho most brutal bnre knueklo fights ever Been in tlitc region occurred lust night just outside the city limits The principals wero BUI Fair and Jack McConnughey two local pugs of note There has been a bitter enmity existing be tweon thorn for borne months past and each has evinced a desiro to maul the other on right About 200 mon journeyed to the meet ing place and at midnight the men entrod the ring Both aro heavily built and muscu lar men about twenty seven years old Mc Conaughoy who is tailor than his antagonist was a Blight favorite in tho betting A well known sporting man was selected as referee When time was called the men went tc work in a lively manner and beforo tho first round ended both wero bleeding from the noso and mouth McConaughey ended the round by knocking Fair down Tho second round was a repetition of the first save that each man was in turn knocked down Th...

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 July 1884

DAILY R f V- in Convention Unit Ilnlo THE STRUGGLE BEGINS First Days Session of the tipnal Democratic Convention rNNsS Gov Hulbanl of Texas Selected for Temporary Chairman Candidacy Juostion Still Undo Process of Crystallization With the Chances Apparently in Clevelands Favor And McDonald of Indiana Loom ing Up for Second Choice A Fight over the John Kelly Pointedly Defines the New York Situation It is Not He but the People Who Are Opposed to Cleveland Mr Tilden Again Declines to Be a Candidate A Threat to Murder Butler if He is Nominated And the nutler Iloom Jnt Now Seoma to he Kbblns Ilaynrd Hope Till of Southern Support Tlmrrmui the Gladstone of Ohio Cnrllulo Heartily Greeted Friend a Unit for Him Slocuiu Apparently Without a Following The Situa tion a It Appear nt Frenent New YonK July 0 The following is on authentic copy of a communication to Mr Barnum Chairman of tho National Commit tee from Mr Tilden Grev8tone July 5 To Hon Win H Barnum Chicago 111 I have received your telegr...

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 July 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE JULY 9 1884 Local colliers at Pittsburg are forming secret societies looking to the expulsion of foreign minors from the coal fields Sixteen deaths from cholera at Tou Ion sixteen at Marseilles and the hos pitals rapidly filling Ninety per cent of the victims are women Rumors of the disease at Nice Tub Democratic nomination for Presi dent is hunting the man this time in stead of the man hunting the nomina tion Mistakes are soldom made under these prevailing conditions Ex GovEKNon Noyes of Ohio who is now abroad would havopreferred an other candidate but ho has announced his intention to return to this country early in the fall and take the stump for Blaine Mrs W BJMumfokd whoso husband while acting Mayor of Now Orleuns in 1862 was interviewed at Kansas City on the circumstances ot the affair Her son swears that if Butler is nominated for the Presidency he will kill him The buildings for the Xew Orleans Exposition are being crowded along with consider...

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