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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 24 December 1887

THE EVENING BULLETIN. MAtfSyililiE, KY., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1887 VOLTJME Vlt. NUMBER 28. DYSPEPSIA U a danscrocs.aa well as dtatroasins computet. II aejdectedR. Wndi, br lmrring nutrition; and dt mefrtiSUia tfflie of the ejstcm, to prepare the war for ItapKl uoollne. ftV Ul (no upp-tito. nnd aids Inm l thn AAHimilAtion of food- Kkv. J T, IIobsitor, the honored ptor of tho Ftiut HofonntM Uliaroh. Uutimoro, Aid., aajai ' Ha ns ued Brown's Iron Utters forDjspcpma ind If iIIon I take great pleasnre in recom miMlii IthlKhlr. Also oonsidor it a rpleudid tonio ui J luv gor.itor, ana Terr strongineninii i ea .... a'n1 . .....il. II Jeucln 'haaabovo Trade Hark and eroased rod lines OIK U ...... IVIiWi ' on w pper.' Tnlco no other. Made only br. -ttt. JyEMAOALCiUXTlMO.U-.MJ FOR TORPID LIVER. A torpid Hvcr deranges the wliolesys tni aad produces '' Sick Headache, iyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheu matism, Sallow Skin and Piles. Tfccre Is no acttcr remedy for these csmraen tUscaHe than Tutt's Liv...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 24 December 1887

- , It's a Pleasure to Give Away Such Goods as ours, and loads ofgiffcs have been leaving our store for the past week. We have received fresh supplies and are again displaying the grandest line of HOLIDAY GOODS in the city. We have a very large line of people-pleasers, and pric'es that bring good cheer. Remember that our Winter Covering, from head to foot, is on sale, to be closed out, and will go at ii w Prices Tliat Oaitolti. iflbte Trade; Come at once and secure a useTul and gratifying Present for yourself or friend. We have fresh lines of Silk and Wool Mufflers, Silk Umbrellas, Neckties, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Suits, Overcoats, &c, from which you can easily select a satisfactory gift for yourself or friend, Come as early as you can, and take your time in looking through our mammoth stock. HiOXJIS ZECH & CO. RED CORNER CLOTHING HOUSE. DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. ROS8ER ft McCarthy, Proprietor. SATULRPAX EYEN'0, JDEO,, 24, ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 24 December 1887

THE FINEST INT THS LAND! W. g, 3&aA.W3 $3,09 SHOES, AT HOKTATTS; TRY A PAIR. 'H(r, Ki L' S ,-. . ', CT,; DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. 2mi r, except suNDtr. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietor. SATURDAY EVEN'G, DEO., 24. 1887 Indications : " For Kentucky, light rain tr tnon. Warmer followed by colder veath- fwntKTtfii wnnniit. nmlrllnrr nf fin toons. ' Beautiful slippers for holiday presents, at Miner's. d20dtfwlt ., jKbxt Monday is County Court day at Jlemlngaburg. $ m.rm., , Obdbr your venison Bteaks' for Cbrist- mas breakfast, at L. Hill's. f-2t . - . TiiB8cotia will pass down this' evening At 7 o'clock, for Cincinnati. m JHtxmahk & Sons' " Eclipse " caramels, pea and pure, are sold by A. Bona & . . dtf . , . , TJ. S. STonB-KKBPKn V. H. Pkrkins leaves to-day for Lexington on a brief visit. Mb. Jaues C. Owens has sold to W. B., Seaton,. of Ashland, a two-year-old filly for $300. ?"' ' m (Soa&.C sell Empson's candies beat' and, purest In market. Also crys tolited raits. dtf...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 24 December 1887

ATf - I" THE NEEDS OF IRELAND. ARCHBISHOP WALSH 8UMMONED TO ROME BY THE POPE. HI Elolln-t, TVonta to I-rn More of the Trno Trlali State of Affair and the Plaa of Campaign A Good lleproaentati- ito Call On Other Fore! fa Notes. ' LoNbow, Deo. '24. The newa that Arch bishop Walsh has been summoned to Homo is sot bo astonishing an it 1 sadden. It has Bees suspected for sometime past that this doughty supporter of the National league wonld have an opportunity at last to ex plain to his holiness, Pope Leo, not only his 'ftitJon towards the government now ruling in Ireland, but alio-tho true inward bms of tho Nationalists cause and the no fterieus plan of campaign. There is no one better, calculated to do this than Archbishop Walsh, for, although the course he ho taken, bos been that of great moderation, yet he la jintimato with tho workings of the leagua Ho understands thoroughly the needs of Ireland, and can present to the pope a true picture of the distress endured in that por tion of ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 27 December 1887

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSVILIiE, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1887 NUMBER 29. . DYSPEPSIA Is a dioeoroat mi well m dlstreaiins compUint. If Is a dioeoroat mi well as dlstreminft compUint. DeElacted. it u ted. it tends, bx Impairing nutrition, and d K die tone of the system, to prepare the way ild Decline , Firearini arlUp! a o BE 36 m SB a -THE BEST TONIC iiites tho Appetite, and aids the assimilation of food, IU:v. J T, IlossiTEn, the honored pastor of the First Reformed Church. Baltimore, Md., ears: " li .br uwd llrovrn'a Iron Hitter for Drepcppfa ud In ipestlon X take great pleasure in recom metidliir it highly. Also consider it a splendid tonio ind Jn coratiir. and very strengthening." lio.s JosErn O. Burr, Judge of Circuit Court, Jlintm Co., Ind., soys: "I bear mot cheerful testi nnny t the etScacy of Brown's Iron Bitters for "yfl.",' a, and as a toDlc." ienuln has abOTo Trade Mark and crossed red lines on w pper. Take no other, Klade only br -UW J CllEMlCALCy.. uaLt...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 27 December 1887

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. TUESDAY EVEN'G, DEO., 27, 1887. The news comes from Washington Oity that James W. Blackburn, Jr., has lbM liia eighteen -hundred-dollar-a-year government position. DDbixo the past year this country ex ported $727,000,000 of merchandise and imported $712,000,000 worth. The bal ance is a little in Uncle Sam's favor. 1 Aiout half a million foreigners immi grated to this country the past year. 3d long as the anarchists and communists are kept out this in-rush is all very well. Tub Cincinnati Enquirer and a few more enterprising newspapers Bcem to have a contract with Biaine's backers to kteep the " Plumed Knight " before the people of this country. 1 Tub Mt. Sterling Gazette says : "It is annianced that Judge H.' R. French, the present Cashier of the Mt. Sterling Na tional Batik, will be a candidate for the Appellate Clerkship, which position is to be illed two years hence. t Youjfo Mb. Dickens expresses h...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 27 December 1887

THE FINE3T IST TH3 LAND! W, H. 3MCB&.N3' $3,00 SHOE3, AP HQNAS; TRY A PAIR DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy,. Proprietors. TUESDAY EVEN'G, DEO., 27, 1887 Indications "Trrmer weather, threat' ining, with rain." , Cnni6TUA8 cocoanut pudding, at Cal houn's. v . . ' Beautiful slippers for holiday presents, at Miner's. ., d20dtfwlt Sick and bilious headache cured by Dr. Pierce's " Pellets." Ehbmann & Sons' Eclipse " caramels, Tich and puro, are sold by A. Bona & . dtf Job Hakt, of the Red Corner Clothing , House, left last Sunday to visit his parents at Chicago. Ton Stoceton is clerking for Bell, Miller k Co., large dry goodB dealers at Cincinnati. i Bona fc Co. sell Empson's candies beBt and purest in market. Also crys talized fruits. dtf Mr Rodert L. HoEFLicn has sailed for Kassau, Bermuda Island, where he will remain until spring. Tir 'total atooa&t f revenue' paid intfc the iSUifc owary tluring the last fiscal year was $3,038,153836 ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 27 December 1887

FROM SAMOA1ND HAWAII STRONG OPPOSITION TO THE KINO SET UP BY THE GERMANS AT APIA. HnwnllRii on the Verge of Another Revo lution, Owing to tho Curtailment of Xulnkntiii' Powers Collision Hot h ecu American Sailors and a German. Ban Fiiancisco, Dec 27. The steamer Mariposa, which arrived yesterday, brought advices from Sumoa to November 14. The BRIEF MENTION. News of Hie Iay Condented tor tlia I In sty Peruser. Eight petcms were frozen to death In Cnr lon county iTex.), during the recent cold spelL Carroll MeBee was acquitted of tho mur der of Joseph Hardwick, at Chattanooga, Tonn. JoeMcAullfTe defeated Paddy Ryan in a four-round prize-fight at Ban Francisco Fri day night. Several persons wero injured by tho wreck of an engine nt Layland station, near Mil lorsburg, O. John wassett, or JJebcreaux, is. Y., was Anfa corresnondent of tho Svdnov Mornlncr Herald states that tho Bamouns are lK-cominr Instantly killed while attempting to cross tho more keenly alive to tho ract that the party ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 28 December 1887

j VOLUME VII. MAYSVILLE, KY., WEENESDAT,. DECEMBER 28, 1887 NUMBER 30. THE EVENING BULLETIN. i HYSPEPSIA laadani ! u well M dtetreeslng compUtot. If tendt br Impalrinc nutrition, sod W- neglected. It tendi. prcmtnjr ion una i lor Hipld Decline, tono of ill cretem, to preptre tb BBM5i wm BEST TONIC ? Quickly nnd completely t'nrcH UjHPcptila In tQ It torn 8, 1 1 c.irtlmru, Relclihitf, Tnntina the Food. eU. ItonricheaanaparifleMneblood,nInio IWM 1 1 M'po'lte. sad aids foe assimilation of food. Hfv .' T, llossrTER, the honored partor of tbo First lefunnwl Church, Baltimore, MA, bats: "tin m ed Hrovra's Iron Bitters for Dyspepsia nil l iKistlin I take great pleasure In recom-oii-n'U. It hUbly. Also consider it a splendid tenia uii) in uorator, and Terr strengthening.". IIon Joer.wi O. Suit, Judge of Circuit Oonrt, Muili.i Co.. lnd , aajat "I bear moat cheerful terti' J ti tu the efficacy of Hrown'i Iron Blttera far yem a, and as a tonic" jiDuln nuaboreTrade Markandcromedredllnes uuv, piw...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 28 December 1887

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietor. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, DEO.,"28, 1887. "Tho Baptists and the American Bible Socioty." Mr. Editor : I had fully intended to say nothing further on tho issue between the' BaptialB and tho American Bible Society, bat sereral judicious friends have intlma ted thatthey thought it wasmyduty in jus tio to tho Society to at least, make a more statement of tho facta presented in explicit my address. 1 am naturally ayerso to con troversy, and nowsjwper notoriety, and would gladly escape this duty, but as the interests of truth appear to demand it, and as Mr. Garrett's persistency in bring ing the matter beforo the public may tend to prejudice the cause of the Bible Society) m tho community, i nave aotormmoa, after mature deliberation, to ask the use of your columns, for a more olaborato statement of the well-au'heuticated facts in the case. In his first nrtialo, Mr. Garrett says: "Tho Baptists wero anions the first an...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 28 December 1887

.AND! W. H. MSANS' $3.0D SHOE 3, AT HQ3XTA8; TRY A PAIR hf in I - ti " t&r Lr t-tr It . Te r k . KS- A" i!K"-.? fi.i Vf r- tv $- '.'.. 5,3. rv. -, 'IE' ft m U " r &L. 7 r-:' . &., - s.?h- r'tf 'V PT-v ' k V, X DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser c McCarthy, Proprietors. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, DEO., 28. 1887. Indications: "Fair, eolder irtalhcr." Ghhistkas oocoanut padding, at Cal - fcoun8 " ' tfSumruL slippers for holiday presents, .atillnor'fl. d20dtfwlt Sice and bilious headache, cared bv irfierce's " Peilete.'' &uJcby WitsoN.'colorod, has convoyed to hereon, Orlando Wilson, a house and Jot in Chester. Th reception by the Knights Templar 4Qub last evening was an elegant affair end was greatly enjoyed by all the guosts. James W. BosroK and Nora Hawcs, and William Brooks and Lucy Berry, all oiureu, uuto ubuu ewuicu uiuuinto Heenee. Ml. ' . A. 0. Wiiitb has sold to It. M. Marshall a one-half, interest in about ono hundred and thirty-four acres of .land nea...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 28 December 1887

FBOM OVER THE DARK SKA f - CONDENSED ACCOUNT OF ALL FOR EIGN HAPPENINGS. One ItetmU of itgr. Pcrrlco'n MlMion to Ireland Jtevenlotl My n Itccent Order of the, rope GliuUtone Roughly Iiuultcd Ily Ilngiirrt Ht Dovcc Other 'Ioh. London, Dec. 28. The statement thnt tho popo has iastrueled tbo Irish prelates vLslting Homo to observe a policy of reconciliation toward tho English government In thi'lr own conduct and tu thoir directions to their sub- rdinates is regarded w a nnturnl result of Mgr. Pernico'n mission to Ireland, and has Btirrod up a feeling of indignation us well as n spirit of defiance in tho bosoms of Irish Catholics. To tho presence in Home of the Cuke of Norfolk is also ascribed tho issuance of theso instructions by some, whllo othwa inclined to tho belief that tho cauxo of tho popal action has deeper than tho Cutholio dnkos more presence at the Vatican. Tho duko of Norfolk personally is a very ordinary individual, but as tho premier duko nnd earl of Groat Britain, and th...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 29 December 1887

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSVLLLE, KY.. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1887 NUMBER 31. 1 I t rr IV DYSPEPSIA ls a danceroas as well as distresslntr complaint II neglected, it tends, by lmp-irin nutrition, and de prewdns; the tone of the astem, to prepare toe w3 JerRsiSdDeoline. -THE s a BESTTQNEC Vaiestr and completely Cures Dyspepsia in aU Vres Dyspepsia in ail Belching-. Tasting tho .nd parities the blood,ntao- htil Foot: etc. It enriches and par Intra tt nntwtito. and aids tho noru s. iicnriuu cs ana pannes t d aids tho assirr assimilation ox food. HMV .' T, I108BITER, tao honored a.. luDDiibih tuv7 nuuuicu ifnouu tin 1 AfcMht m amvm oi too Jriri 'foimcvl Ulmrcb. Ualtlraore, Ma., says: II UK need Brown's Iron Bitters for Dyspepsia tnd I tnd in Hon Oiini nn ! Jenuu. I'D vj utcwuon i taice Brest pleasure in reoora it 1 iltf hly. Also oonsider it a splendid tonlo yijrnUiT, nd tery Btronirthenlng." JokfifH O. Burr. Judge of Circuit Oonrt, Co., Ind . says! I bear moot cheerful teeti...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 29 December 1887

Mr. I" Ff sts. DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. THURSDAY EVEN'G, DEO., 29, 1887. OUR NEIGHBORS. MAYSLICK. Miss Jennie Evans Is visiting friends In Fleralngbburg. Mr. O. C. Hopptr and wile and Mr. P. P. Parker, of Maysville, were bero last Monday. The colored folks had a Christmas tree last Monday night and many were the presents thereon. The usual quantity of rsd eye Is belne dis posed of during Christmas week. Perry Jefferson, of Lexington, Is rusticating here among his many friends. The eold dry weather we hare bad for the pant week is not very good on the young wheat. The ladle of the Baptist Church of this place will give an entertainment at their church Friday night Decomber 30th. All are invited to attend. Thomas Fox, a colored citizen of this placo, died on the I6lb Inst. W. A. Gibson, pastorof the Cb rlstlan Church preached the funeral on the 17th. A large concourse of friends followed the remains to tbelr last resting place I...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 29 December 1887

THE FINEST IN THE LAND! W. H. MEANS' $3,00 SHOES, AT HONTAN'S; TRY A PAIR m K tsE&r fc: ' r ' f" J T fc'-v ?.." ?r. j-w Pt &&' "V v i'SffJ DAEY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILT, EXCEPT SUNDkY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. DEATH'S DOINGS. THURSDAY EVEN'G, DEO., 29. 1887. Ikdications "Colder, fair weather." The mumps and measles prevail at Paris, . QnniBTVAB cocoanut pudding, at Cal houn's. Beautiful slippersfor holiday presents, at Miner's. dSOdtfwlt Sick and bilious beadacho cured by i. Pierce's "Pellets." Bob McAllister, of this city, has been granted an increase of pension. Tiibrb will be a hop at the K. of L. Hall FridHy night. Tickets only 50 cts. The Jailer at Paris treated his oighteen prisoners to a splendid dinner Christmas day. King & Fitzgerald expect to resume work nozt Monday on the railroad in the West End. Miss Katie Coughmn, of Germantown, Is visiting at Cincinnati and taking a course of lessons at the Collogo of Music. m Trra ladies of tho Baptist Churc...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 29 December 1887

MOM FOREIGN CLIMES. CONFLICTING ACCOUNTS OF THE CROWN PRINCE'8 HEALTH. A. Feeling of TJneaalneM ExUtlng nt ncrlin Orer Ula Condition Austrian Civlllims if" r Cftlled to Anna The Ciar Determined oh "Witt Other Foreign Notts. LOUDEN, Dec. 29. Teoplo hero haTO long go"givcn Up attetrfptln" to reconcile tho daily conflicting rumors concerning the stnto of health of tho crown nrlnco of Prussia and the progress of tho disease with which he is afflicted. Tho reports from 8an Itcino seem to bo colored by local hopw or fears, or National prejudices. Every statement or rumor which reaches us by the way of Franco Ls unfavorable) to the prospects of tho patient, somo oven seeming tinged with a malicious rltoatnire in being able to announce to tho World that tho prince is doomed to a rpeedy death. German accounts, as might be expecfod, aro somewhat optimistic in their general tenor, but underlying all reports from such sources on aro very broad infer ences that if tho Buffering heir is spared to...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 30 December 1887

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VH. MAYSVTXIE, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1887 NUMBER 33. K w DYSPEPSIA is dsojraroas as well as distressing: eoaipUtot. Ii nneleeted. H tenia, br Impairing- nutrition, and d pnnfaic uk tone of the srsteni, to prepare the wf tor aapia V9CUZM. -THE BEST TONIC ? Qnlctdr and oompletely C'arcn Dyiinepala in all im lorn s, uciiTinurn, ucichidr, Tamn mo t'oori. etc U enrichea and purifleo the blood,Kimn. ite the apptite. and aids the assimilation of food. IIrv .' T, ItobSiTKR. tbe honored pastor of the FirU tof.irmeil Oliarcb. Baltimore, Md., rajs: " H- me iimkI Brown's Iron Bitten for Djapepeia and ) IpeMl.m I take groat pleasure in reoom-Dn-nO. i ic highly. Also consider it ft splendid tonio mil lm (nirator. and very strenirthenlnK." iion .lOHiiru u. aurr. Jaago of Uiroalt uoart, unnuu uo, Inri . Kara T bear IHMt cheprfnl tMti. nimy I Jtinati J"V the etfloooy of Brown's Iron hitters lot g, and as n tonlo ' as above Trade Mark and crowed ted line Fper. Tiikc n...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 30 December 1887

fc Mr DAILY EYENINg flELLETINJ DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietor. FRIDAY EVEN'G, DEO., 30, 1887. That Bridge Street Grossing. The "Bridgo-fltreot-croasintf" trouble baa not yet been settled. At loost, bo far' as the public is informed, nothing has yet been done towards remedying tho threatened obstruction. But what can be' done? Colonel Ohilde, chief en gineer of the road, very coolly insists that tho crossing has been placed at the height Bpocifled in tho ordinance eleven feef from tho bottom of tue rail to the ground. True, but he may as well learn now as later on that the peOplo of Mays ville aro not going to nllow him or his company to let iron-girders down below the4 rails one foot, two feet or any number of feet, if those girders aro so placed as t obstruct travel over the street beneath. Said crossing was tho subjeet of discus sion at many meetings of the citizens' com mittee and the committee appointed by council, at seTeral of which Mr. Ohilde himself ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 30 December 1887

THE riSPaST XU TJE4B &A.NPI W. H. MEANS' $3,00 SHOB3, AT HOKTAN'S; TRY A PAIR w MET EVENING BULLETIN. rosser k. McCarthy, Proprietors. yRIDAY EVEN'Q, DEO., 30, 1887. iKDicATiows-" Pair, warmer waUier." . GAaisruAS cocoanut ' pudding at Cal- noun's. , BEAOxrFO slippers for holiday presonts, at Minor's dSOdtfwlt Sick and bilious headache cured by Ik. Pierce's " Pellets." Ms. MOLLIB SlIAFEB llOO gOHS, to Chattanoogs,,Tejjn.to Join ho? husband. Da. T.-O..ETANQ haa,l'oftFlemingsburg, and will practice hereafter at Louisville Mp8 J. B. Noyjb, who has been vory, ill for the past day or two, was some bet ter this morning. GHRLBS.Bnsn and Hattie Bcalor, a colored couple, were granted marriage litense this morniag. 1 m "W. B. Litk has conveyed to Mary Liter all his interest in the estate of hii deceased father, MaihiasXlter. m Mp..,QaonoH ,Wj Vaktimb- and Miss louise.Cabliflh 'were raarriod last evening at theroeidenco pf the bride's parents, jn Clifton, r- ItajDjun Mt; Ldhin and "Miss, ....

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 30 December 1887

INDIGNATION AROUSED. 8UCHISTHE FEELING IN IRELAND AT THE PRESENT TIME. 3Ki. Balfour Determined to l'nrtme Ills Plan of rrosectitlon to the End Btn yeror Will In m Not Dead Peace Assured Between Austria and Russia. London, Dec CO. Tbo continuance of the government's policy of arresting tho editors ef Irish newspapers publisliing reports of league meetings, has aroused a feeling of in dignation among thoeo who have all along believed that the courso of tho Irish secre tary In Uio mutter was Mirectod only toward certain persons, but who now see that tho in tcntion of Mr. Balfour is to pursuo his plan of prosecution to the end. Precisely what good can come to tho Irish causo from the deilnnt publication of reports that are already In possession of tho jeoplo most ' interested in thorn through their at tendance at tho meetings reported, wijh tho result of consigning men to jail who ought to be at liberty and at work in behnlf .of the. causo in mora effective ways, it Is difficult to see,...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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