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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 9 July 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVE JULY 9 1884 BOSSES ft MoCABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Address All Communications TnR3E lines to duy 80 short and sweet Moan that wove got Blue ribbon wheat There will bo a dance at East End Park to night Good music and good order i Two hundred convicts aro to be put to work immediately on the water reservoirs at Lexington Col Ohablks A Marshall of Wash ington is said to have the finest barn of tobacco in the county The sixty first annual meeting of the Bracken County Bible Society will be Held at Augusta next Sunday the 13th instant An old sow walked off with a water melon from Mr A D Mitchell store on Second street this morning The band begins to play The Bank of Maysville is to bo sup plied with new desks and handsome new furniture That in use now is advertised for sale elsewhere in this paper New wheat brought seventy five cents a bushel in Maysvillo yesterday Hun dreds of acres in this county will produce as much as forty bushels to t...

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. — 9 July 1884

11950 IN CASH GIVEN AWAY To SMOKERS of felack wells Genuine Bull IDufhani Smoking Tobacco This Special Deposit Is io jruaranteo the payment of tho 25 premiums fully described In our former announcements Tho premiums will be pain no matter how imalithonumbcrof bags returned may be Office ninekxrtWt Durham Tobaer Co Durham JV C Nay 10 18J J PAW1XETEHQ Cathitr Dank of Durham Durham ItC DttAB Bibs Wo lncioBo yon 1195000 which please place on Bpecinl uejioeu io pay preiiuunn for our empty tobacco lwrn to bo returned Dec 16Uj youra truly J a OAlUl lTeeiaent JKP Office of Ihe Hank of Durham Durham Nj G ilav 10 IStoi J STCAim Eip mat t rtti rtffin Rttl T linn t nrknmvlcdiro receipt Of 91195000 from you which wo havo placed upon epeclalDcrpsltforOie object yon ptftto Tiouw truly 1 A WILEY Cashier None genuine without picture of BULL on tho pncKatru tVSee our other announcements New Advertisements ADVERTISERS By addressing GEO V ROWELL CO 10 Spruce Ht Now York enn learn tho txnet cost of any ...

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

IlAILAli rjkA jM fcvMi a- VOE 102 2 V jWil I 51 IT TO HUMAN DAI TJio Red Bandanna of Ohio Ro aii Ovation r 4 X And Roars Kis Honors with Re coming Dignity Sonic Probability that Ho Will v Yet ho First Choice McDonald of Indiana is in Good Faith Still And Will Got Either First Second Place or Cleveland Not in as Good Trim as His Friends Could Wish Still He Has a Fighting Chance 1 Left Him Bayards Hopes Lie in tho Loy alty of tho South While Butler Slociim and Flow er are About Forgotten Committee on Resolutions Slaking Decidedly Slow Work Tho Nomination Rcgln by tlio Pn cntatlon of Hayard by Delaware Followed uy the Presentation ol ITIcDonald by Hendricks of Indi ana Both of Wlioae Namci aro IiOOdly Applaiidod Judee Tliur min Nominated by John Krcckln ridge or California Amid 2Um li Enthusiasm Dlaitortutlon on Can didate The Prelude Chicago July 10 Atmospherically tho Fecond day of the Democratic National Con vention opens no better than the first Rain has been foiling sinco an early...

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

THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE JULY 10 1884 New York bankers estimate the shrink age in stock since July 1 1881 at 1500 000000 m m Ben Lusbik known all over the Uni ted States as a lightning circus ticket seller died at Columbus Ohio TriK steamship Great Eastern will bo in the New Orleans harbor during the exposition and will be used as a hotel At Leicester England a short time ago twenty person had their household goods sold at auction because they had not paid the fine imposed on all who refuse to havo their children vaccinated Meet ings were called and condemnatory reso lutions passed It is an undoubted truth that Ameri can detectives are far superior in their work of running down criminals to the boasted detectives of either England or France What Americans lack in train ing they more than make up in good horse sense and courage The Commissioner of Internal Reve nue issued an order dispensing with the services of fifteen Collectors of Internal Revenue as requiredby the now law ...

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

i i THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE JULY 10 18S4 ROSSBR MoCAETHY -Publishers and Proprietors To Whom Address All Communications Now the angler drops bis hook In the shady purling brook And be walteth for a bite From the morning till thenlght But the bite It oonieth not And he cursoth at his lot Still homeward doth he hie With a most enormous He Nkw wheat sold this week at Paris for 80 cents a bushel m Gall at Bisaett McClanahan Sheas and see the new iron coal oil stove Rkv A N Gilbert will lecture at Ripley on Friday evening the 11th inst m The camp meeting at High Bridge be gins August 7th and closes on the 18th Pot up the mosquito bars Formal notice has been served that they are needed m m Roasting ears and home grown toma toes are offered for sale by our grocers this week The remains of the Hon L S Luttrell were interred at the Maysville cemetery this morning Captain Agnew of Vanceburg has bought the steamer Abner ONeil for the Cumberland river trade So says the Courier Messrs Bi...

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

i V R tcoNciunrn rno FirtT paoe about 130 ftcDonnTtl 80 Randall 75 Thur man 40 Hoadly 20 Butler 50 If Cleveland receives 425 votes on tho firs ballot ho will lack 112 of tho necessary two thlrdi The two thirds rule Is not likely to l dlsturbod Should tho Cleveland managen manipulate tho Commltteo on Rules so thai tho Convention could bo led to adopt sucl rules as would permit a majority voto to abol ish tho two thirds rulo thoy could probablj find tho majority to do it with But it is bo liovod thoy will not tako any such dangeroui course Tho opposition- hopo js In Cleveland Inability to get tho two- thirds and thoy wil not seek to disturb tho rule Mentor of tho Herald says Tho oppo dtlon to Cleveland is in the same condition it most rospocts as was tho opposition to Blaine Cleveland Is tho second choice of delegate who nro first for other men as was Blaine McDonald and Hoadly are In tho tame Vici Presidential boat that Logan sailed in Thi McDonald men view with alarm tho growtl of B...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 11 July 1884

M Kl v I nai n - U VOU 103 WIND WIND WIND Or as tho Chinaman Says Chin Chin Chin X - V FarcclingOnt Plentifully of Po- litical Puffery Billowing Blasts from the Bel lboys of Boastful Blatters An 01ifonii Harassing His Hear crs With Homily Homilies Hailed Without Hisses or Howls or Hevcn Huproar Taiiiinauy Takes a Tumble that Threatens a Tragedy Thought Thurman Will Thrive Through Thick and Thin Randall Revels in the Raptures of a Rattling Reception Carlisle Calculates that Clove lauds Cakes Cooked Butlers Budding Boom Ban ished or Badly Busted Platform Perplexities Puzzling the Peripatetio Politicians Monotonously Alliterative - but We Must Keep Up With the Show The Ensanguined Bugle PoUsber Still at the Fore Warm IJlKcusMon on tho Platform Cleveland Bomnr Keep Up the NoIno Until SituationThe SpeccliCN Mado and How ItccelvcdCarlialo on Clovolandii Prospects Tho Prelude Convention Hall July 11 1015 a m Tho third day of tho Democratic Nutlonnl Convention opens with all nature smiliiif...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 11 July 1884

t st THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING JULY 11 188- The revenue reform huh continues to shine with equatorial splendor through a cloudless political sky Tiikkk were over forty million ono cent pieces coined by the United States mints during the past year It will be observed that the- great Northwest and the Pacific slope hold n powerful Thuruian sentiment m Almost 70000000 has been invested in industrial enterprises by the Southern people in their different States Paris is over her cholera scare and it thought that the disease will not reach that city At Toulon and Marseilles the situation is unchanged mm It is alleged that the Blaine managers have appealed to Parnell in Ireland to issue a manifesto urging all his Irish fol lowers in this country to support the Jingo candidate for President If this is true it indicates a sad state of despera tion early in tho canvass Old Thurman has a warm corner in tho hearts of the people They have watched him through his long public life and foun...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 11 July 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING JULY 11 1884 BOSSES MoCAHTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address Am Comkumications All O K Coopers Hall Big enough To hold em all Peaks are edging this way Thats right Kuep edging along Mb S B Oldham is putting down a sewer on Short street It will be about 1000 feet in length Rev Father Glouieaux is resting easily to day and getting along as well as his friends could hope A young named McFarland during a quarrel at Owingaville was shot with a rifle and seriously wounded m Window Bhades at their lowest 40 cents each complete at J T Kackleya bookstore and photograph gallery m The State Board of Equalization is now in session at Frankfort and will probably sit for the next Bix weeks The Germantown fair begins this year on the 8th day of October and closes on the 11th It promises to be a very inter esting meeting Another meeting of the committee on reception and decoration will be held at Judge Coons office next Monday even ing A full attendance ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 11 July 1884

m ft C KlcohciiUDKn rnoM fiiwt page ivotcieci to aay lc is unnersrooa niseussion of the tariff plmik nnd other parte of tho platform will bo used to consumes time nnd pome long speeches will probably be made Tho loaders of tho opposition bopo to hold more thnn a third of tho delegates rtway from Cleveland for several ballots whon ho is ex pected to collapse They declaro there are IWU votes in tho Convention that can never bo taken to Cleveland and that his nomination is therefore an impossibility However it is thought tho plan of trying to delay balloting will not succeed if it is not abandoned since tho ad option of a tariff straddlo will proba bly prevent debate Tho Clovoland men say they are not afraid of delay but their plan is to win on second ballot to day A conference between Manning Whitney Thompson Fellows and others was held this morning at which it was decided that a grand rush for a winner should bo mado to day Eloqucnco is to bo turned loose ExSenator Kemnn of Now York ...

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

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 104 n n turn n tin urfiR CLI JYELAND vTafces First Place on the Demo cratic Ticket Tainiiiiiny Humbled Crushed anil in Despair Hendricks Has a Short hut Bril liant Boom The Enthusiasm Manifested for Kim Unprecedented Still It Wasnt Sulticient to Pilot Him Through Unexplained Disappearance of the Thurman Doom McDonald Withdrawn During the Second JJallot Scenes of Intense Excitement and Confusion From Which Cleveland Emcrircs With Renewed Strength And Receives Accessions from Bayards States A Regular Stampede After the Second Ballot Resulting in 683 Votes for Cleve land Being 130 to Spare Cleveland GS3 Bayard 81 1 2 Hen dricks 45 1 2 Tliurinaii 4 McDon ald 3 Itandall 4 Altor Which De portment the Convention Ad journed to Think Ovor the Vtco Presidency 7v 11 GltOVEK CLEVELAND r Was bora nfc Essex Now Jorsoy March IS 1637 His father wns a Presbyterian minis ter Giover leeeived a common school edu cation v ith a briof course at an academy In 1859 ho was ad...

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. — 12 July 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING JULY 121884 Thomas A Hendricks of Indiana was nominated by acclamation for Vico President nt tlio convention last night The cholera is said to have appeared in Portugal Tiik platform and the candidates give ominent satisfaction Tub United States is worth in round numbers 50000000000 and Great Brit ain 40000000000 Tiik Nicholas County Democracy have instructed for J Quincy Ward for Judge of the Superior Court Twenty six deaths from cholera at Marseilles ten at Toulon two cases re ported at Transylvania Refugees from from the infected cities are dying in their retreats Judge Riddell says that ho has been all over the Appellate district and that he found peace and harmony in the party He denies that there is any opposition in the party against him Gen Logans letter of acceptance is foreshadowed He will treat upon the results accomplished by the war and urge the necessity of maintaining the same in accordance with the principles involved in that strug...

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

THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVENING JULY 121884 BOSSEB MoCAHTHY Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address Am Communications It suits tho folks And they will Show you that It Alls tuo bill The camp meeting at Pdrks Hill Nich olas County begins July 3l8t i Solid Ward delegations wore selected by the two Maysville precincts yesterday Miss Etta Evekett will begin next week instructing a class in dancing Fur ther notice will bo made Mn B M Willetts saloon has lately been repainted and papered The work was done by Mr George Cook The game of base ball yesterday be tween the Maysville club and a picked nine ended in a victory for the first named organization by a score of twelve to seven Wheat harvest in the neighborhood of Lewisburg is over and it is estimated that the average yield is fully twenty bushels to the acre Tho quality of the grain is very fine A special train will leave Maysville to morrow Sunday at seven oclock for Paris the occasion being the colored Methodist centennial cel...

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

ICOMJLUllKn lHOK KIllKTlAOE by fixed salaries tlio separation of Church and Stao and the diffusion of free education by oonunon schools so that overy child in tho land may bo taught tho rights and duties of citizenship While wo favor nil legislation which will tend to tho equitable distribution of proporty to tho prevention of monopoly and to the strict enforcement of individual rights against corporate abuses wo hold that the welfare of society depends upon a scrupulous regard for tho rights of proporty4os defined by law Wobeliovo that labor is best rewarded where it is freest and most enlightened It should thwofore bo fostered and cherished We favor the repeal of all laws restricting the free action of labor and the enactment of laws by which labor organizations may bo in corporated and of all such legislation as will tend to enlighten tho people as to tho true re lations of capital and labor Wo believo that the public lands ought ns far as possible to bo kept as homesteads for ac...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 14 July 1884

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 105 NO POISON M IN THE PASTRY IF EXJteTS A IS TJ37JI3 VnnltlnIomonOriirnre etc flavor Cnkes CrcuniKIuilllniill cit di ltcotcly and nati urullyun the fruit from which tliey arc made FOlt STRENGTH AND TRUE FUUI1 FLAVOR THEY STAND ALONE PREPARED BY THE Price Baking Powder Co Chicago III MAKERS OF St Louis Mo Dr Prices Gream Baking Powder AND Dr Prices Lupulin Yeast Gems Heat Dry nop Vcant foi jars OKEiocEias WE MAKE BUT ONE QUALITY 11950 IN CASH CIVEN AWAY To the SMOKERS of BlackwelPs Genuine Bull Durham Smok ing Tobacco The genuine has y picture of BUKL on every package For particulars see our next announcement w OXDCRFVL Bqf nnlc Sfcdlciiic DRt ADUTTONS Vegetable Discovery Js recommended to nil who are suffering from malarial nud blllious complaints us u first class reined v It cures Fever und Aliue Liver and Kidney Diseases Dyspepsia Fevers of all kinds KlieumatlNin Worms Dropsy Scrofula Female Complaints Skin Diseases and nil diseases arising lroni i...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 14 July 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING JULY 14 1884 Tub total amount of dividends and interest paid in New York on July 1st is estimated at 00000000 llAiirJins Viikiy says editorially that the Republican parly may survive the defeat of Mr Blaine but that it cm not survive his election There has been a great influx of immi grants to Kentucky in the last six months and they are of such substantial character to give assurance that they will become valuable citizens Tun prohibitory liquor law took effect in Iowa the 4th inst Express agents uro forbidden to receive for shipment to any point in Iowa any alcohol ale wine beer spirituous vinous or malt liquord TiimtE is more than a sentiment in Jersey justice In the state prison at Trenton there are two bank presidents two receiving tellers four bank cashiers a defaulting county collector and a city auditor Tin fact that three of the five now Methodist bishops are ex editors reminds the St Louis Globo Democrat of tho French philosophers assertio...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 14 July 1884

V THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING JULY 14 1884 bosseb McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors To Whom address All Communications Dont got mud Ami lly In a fury Becauso youio wutjted To see tlie Jury But up to tho room Straightway go Ami tell If you must All tli nt you know Tun Handy No 2 beginning to dny will extend her trips to Portsmouth She has good accommodations both for freight and passengers The contest between tho shooting clubs of Vancoburg and Ashland at tho latter place on Saturday resulted in a victory for the former organization which scored the best eighteen shots out of twontv iive A moonlight feto is announced to take place at East End Park on Wednesday evening the 10th inst No improper char acters will be allowed on the grounds and the street cars will run until the close of tho entertainment PERSONALS Mr James Martin son of Dr G W Martin who has been very ill is im proving Miss Gertio Chandler of Mt Olivet is visiting Mrs Eliza McCIanahan of East Maysville Mr Robert ...

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. — 14 July 1884

UNANIMOUSLY ELECTED Three Bed Handed Villains Hanged in Arkansas Tlio Crimen for Which That Thnmp on Juclc WomanUllIcr ami Joint Davl Inld tlio Penalty Sure nitd Swift JiiMtUc Fort Smith Ark July 14 Thomas Thompson Jack Womnnkiller nml John Dnvis were hanged hero to day for Bcunrato murders summarized below Thomas D Thompson was a native of Ala bama 32 years of age of Scotch descent and rather a weak and harmless looking pci son In June 1883 Thompson and James OHallum rented a piece of land togher and began farming and raising hogs Tb y wero batch ing and in September 0Halum fell sick On tho day of the murder Tl ompson made n pot of soup aud on giving it to OHallum the latter complained that it was too salty and accused Thompson of trying to poison him This enraged Thompson who struck him on tho head with astonopetlo breaking his skull he then plunged a dirk into tho heart of his victim dragged tho dying man to an old well and throw him in Thompson gavo out that OHallum had started ...

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. — 15 July 1884

VOL 3 NO 100 MAKERS OF JWt NO POISON IN THE PASTRY jfy AWt LCk ii J iLJ CVPiW T A tREI TJS7JZ5 Vntilllnremon Orange etc flitTor Citkco CrciiiiiiliilillnuNtcii uVIIcntclyiintl nut urnllyiiH the fruit from which they are made FOR STRENGTH AXD TRUE FRUH FLAVOR THEY STAND ALONE PREPARED BY THE Price Baking Powder Co Chicago III St Louis Mo Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder AND Dr Prices Tjiipulin Yeast Gems IScst Dry II op Yciut 3FOSS 23 2T Q SOCC2S WE HAKE BUT ONE QUALITY IN CASH GIVEN AWAY To the SMOKERS of Blackwells Genuine Bull Durham Smok ing Tobacco The genuine has picture of BULL on every package For particulars see our next announcement w ONDFKIUI Botanic Medicine DtfT ADUTTONS Vegetable Discovery Is recommended to nil who nresuflering from malarial and bllllous complaints as a first class remedy It cures Fever and Ague Liver nnd Kidney Diseases Dyspepsia Fevers of all kinds Rheumatism Worms Diopsy Scrofula Female Complaints Skin Diseases and all diseases iiUsIub irom impurity of t...

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. — 15 July 1884

IS h THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING JULY 15 1884 It is reported that John Kelly will support Cleveland in preference to Blaine Tammany Democrats in Now York will support Cleveland It ia so announced Campbell and Kenton Counties have instructed for 0 B Hallam for Judge of the Superior Court Lexington Democrats are reported ox cited over a plan to pack the Superior Court Convention for Hallam The National Convention of the Pro hibition and Home Protection party meets at Pittsburg on the 22nd of July The Republicans are confident of beat ing the new ticket and in some sections claim large defections from the Demo cratic ranks m Blaine says that Cleveland is a for midable candidate and will run well in Ohio New York and Indiana The Plumed Knight is a good judge about some things The New York Herald has promptly placed the Democratic ticket at the head of its columns and expresses the opinion that New York is certain to give Cleve land a majority mm Thkrk were forty seven deaths from...

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