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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 8 November 1887

THE EVENING BULLETIN. YOXJJBTfc VI. MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1887. NUMBER 29 . TIRED OUT! Attbi season nearly era? one needs to us sasaal sort of tonio. 1 1 to N enters Into almost amy pfey. bias's prescription for thooa who need LttUdfc 09. Bill' THE Wu BEST TONIC f?A1 IVrtnlitlH. l.nAwllnrfp. T.nnlf C L "... -. .j r.. a?4TTl . .1 1.. he only Irou medicine that Is not Injurious. it Riirlchc-s tho lllooil, Invigorates tho tiystom, jlcstoret) Appetite, Aids JJIpcBtion It does not blacken or injure the teeth, caueehead eohe or prodUM) constipation (Aer Inn mtilMnu uo Dn, 0. 11. Binelkv, a leading physician of tJprlne- Held. Ohio ajf8: "Brown Iron Hitters In thoroughly good rnedl etne. 1 uso It in my practice, and find ft action ex. Dels all othei f .raw oi Iron, In weuknesa. or a low con dltlon of the nystem, Uruwn'a Iron Kitten is uuuallr poBitive netemlty. It i all that is claimed for It," Do. .W. N. WatEBS, 1219 Thlrty-Becond Street, Georgetown D O.. says: " Brown'. Iro...

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. — 8 November 1887

.1 (t it DAILY EVENING BULlfeTjk'. . DAILr, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosseh & McCarthy, Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tan Daily Bollktin will be delivered to any part of the city Ht 0 contea week, or one year for 93. tfliH Daily Bullktin to any postofflco In the United Htalos, postage prepaid, nt twentv five cent per month or three dollar per year. TUESDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 8, 1887 r, Nofidlcm Tnlk. The Republican nays tbut Maysvllle Is rap idly losing her country irnde on account of xcesMve turnpike tolls. The fanners buy tbftr goods at the country stoiea rather than pay exorbltun rules of toll which they are required to do If they vUlt Maysvllle. Ex bange. Tolls are no hiuher now than thoy hnvo been for years. It is only natural for peo ple to deal at places most convenient and ciuy of access. While all admit free turnpikes would prove beneficial to Mays Tille, yet the toll fyatein is nothinu new, and it is not driving any more business from our city now thtin it has al wny.s done. If ...

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. — 8 November 1887

THS1 FINEST IN TgB LAND! W. H, MEANS' $3.00 SHOE 3, AT HO NT A 5 ; T7 A PA.T3, i- . 'C I 1'AlLY KVhNlNii BULLETIN., DIU EXCEPT SUNDAY. rqsser & McCarthy, Proprietors. TttBSDAV. KV.ENfo, NOV . 8- 4X87. Ik'diction8! " For Ohio; tlighUy colder, fayrjveatJter.. For Kentucky and West Vir ginia; colder, fair weather " 0. Siiultz Leach in on the nick Hat. Try Robinson & Co 's Ketinod Pearl Meal. . m . Honby syrup new buckwheat Cal houn's. TnHKB are forty miles of railroad in Bourbon County Rev. A. E. BonuiNO,.of Corinuton, was in town yesterday. .Sbjutok Wokthinoton left on tk-o noon train to spend a few days in Cincinnati. Tubre are 1,350 B ptist churches in Kentucky, with a property value of $3, 000,000. m Mr. JonN H. Hall has itone to Terns og.a business trip for the James H. Hall Plow Company. i Hbrmnn Lanqe, the jowelor, can bo found at No, 17 Arcade, Cincinnati, Ohio. See advertisement. i 4A. VV. Thompson left to-day for a tour of the Went. He will spend some time in Souihern...

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. — 8 November 1887

ANOTHER NIHILISTIC PLOT W8COVERY OF-AN ATTEMPT TO MUR DER THE CZAR. A JTambor of Bombs, Dynamlt nt Cop fee of Itevolatlonary I'rlatnatloaa sDand in St. Fetanibnrg Editor O'Urlea rt to Wear tha Prtion Garb. Paris, Not. 8, The Figaro hot from St. Itotersburg a report of tho discovery of Bother Nihilist plot whioh Is supposed to aara bean prepared against tha life of the tsar. In a house near the Catherine canal is a pharmacy bolunging to one Bchuppe, a tferxnan. The police were advised by neigh bors that tho house was suapcoted. The po ttos mode a descent and discovered a number ot bombs, dynamite and copies of revolu tionary proclamations. The trial of eighteen young army officers ts Nihilists, just concluded, resulted in one being condemned to eight years in the mines in Siberia, the others to simple banishment. It is beliovod that the czar may mitigato this sentence by degrading them to tho ranks for service in Turkestan. One of them, the son of II. MouruiolT, the famous attorney g...

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. — 9 November 1887

THE EVENING i BULLETIN VOLUME ,YL IMAYSVILIiE, KYV WEDNESDAY, NOVE.Y1BER 9. 188,7. NUMBEb 298. TIRED OUT! At this season nu)rrfau needs to an flat of toolo. IIION enter Into almost ever ererriib. ota-t rreeonption ror taose wi ho aoed bofldbix agi THE BEST TONIC crs, eui, iFlIAS.NO JQlJAl pA la only Iron medicine that Is not Injurious. Jt, Udi'icI-.uh the Mood. InvlHoriitcs tho sJtBloiq, HuHtorca Appetite, Aids JJlpcntloa lb uoos not uiacKcn onnjure uie itmvii, vauoo uowj ache or produce constipation other Iron mtdlrtnet do Sin. O. II, Binklet, a 'loading plynlclin of Hpring- 1 field. Jato aaja: " Brown b Ircm Dltters I a thoron(?hlr good medi aino. I use It in my practice, and find Its action f x eelsallotlioi f irnisollnm. In weaknesti, or fttow con dition of tfao sjruteui, Hrown's Iron Bitters is nrasllr a positive lioiusHity. It la all that la claimed for ft." t. Da, W. N. Watbbs. 1319 TUIrtj.second Street. Skorgetovrn T O., Bajs: " Brown's Iron Bitters is the Tonlo of the age. ...

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. — 9 November 1887

t&cl WW " m ft DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, DAIL(. EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser st McCarthy, Proprietor. , WEDNESDAY EVEN'Q, NOV., 9, 1887. Tub fight ia over and tho elections huvo been held. The Democrats expected to jet tho worst of It all along. Tub Eastern Kentucky Land Company I Mt. Sterling hfls bought 10,000 acres I coal and iron land near Cumberland fiap, at a cost of about $100,000, Govkhnou Buckner in naming Novem ber 24th as a day of thanksgiving asks that it bo observed " in tho manner in -which each individual may deem most Itting to acknowledge the bounties which fcave been extended by the Beneficence i the Supreme Being." Bath County, by a very decided ma jority of her legally qualified voters, last Saturday subscribed $150,000 to the capi tal etock of tho Paris, Georgetown and Frankfort Kail road. The contest over tho proposition was very bitter, and brought out a larger vote than was over ketoro cast in tho county. Incomplete returns give a majority of 800 for the Jax. Tin ...

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. — 9 November 1887

t THE FINEST IN'THS LAND! W. H. MEANS' $3.00 SHOES, AT HONAN'S; TRY A PiU ' ' 4t 'Jttf-f.i I'.' k a,; v. m . ; .", m . .v- K : - ;i,';: LT Vr T . f. ''"$) WM v .v-'jr i DAILYEVENING BULLETIN. TUESDAY'S ELECTIONS DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDtY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 9 1887 Indications "For Kentucky; generally ffa weather, flight changet in temperature." ,;BflniNBOK A Co. are making Graham yioctr. Honbv syrup new buckwheat Cal iwn'e. f - m m Columbus Vermillion, of Vanceburg, hao been granted a pension. Mns.0nAnLE8 H. Frank, who has boon ill lor several weeks, ia improving slowly. Owbnb A Barklby have the best Meat Cattor and Biscuit Machino combined tor produced. a Thh Gllbert-Huntly Comedy Company imvo been playing to crowded houses at Paris this week. Lo&bkso D. Conwkll died yesterday xoorning in Abordeen, at the age of seventy-seven years. p . County Clhrk Ball and Sheriff Per ne have returned from a trip to their toal mines in Missouri. i All who a...

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. — 9 November 1887

POINTED PARAGRAPHS. Wfl of tjo Time Given fn m Terse m4 lYrefessor Cunhman boa discovered a buried TO?..4tfona- ,p,ComraortU Chattanooga, Twin., nmd oat.' Low l(,pJO. At Knoxvittd, G,, three men wore killed t$tfce explosion of a boiler. .The prwident has appointed Frank D. aTBU, .Minnesota, consul at Asunotion. A ahlld of Ir.vln Crow, o( Minerva, jO., w&a OtfCocAtoJ by sticking its hood into a crook fltmolftMo. At Z&nTll!, O., William Bparks, a bar tender, crushed Elward O'Donnell's skull with, a base ball bat. .Tho boanl of visitors found West Point in 4 good condition, but think the appropria te should bo increased.' Governor Beaver, of Ponnsyvanio, ha respited Bam. Johnston, tho colored mur derer, to February B, lotJS. A igoneral battlo in the mountain! near Chattanooga is imminent, tho mountaineer rad negroes having trouble. Hon. D ivid IL Colerick, tho oldoit mem tear of the Allen county, Intl., bar, is dead, t tho ago of eight-two years. An Erio express was run into by...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 10 November 1887

EVENING BULLETIN. AJzLCj TOLUSqs YX. MJbXfFm&'B, KY., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, t8T. NUMBER' 299. --tr OH! MY BACK BHiy ! r eoUsiteek that week Unto. aaa aearir ffirtM js. 1 fP ifll sJ" TUP C3 BEST TONIC Mrenrthons tho Aluttclus. Sluudlcfl tho Nirve. KhiIchch tho Wood, U Ives Now Visor. DR. L L. MyeM. F&lrflold, Iowa, rati: Brown's Iron Bitters is tho beat Iron medicine I are known in my M years' practice. I bare loond it Specially beneficial in nervous or physical oxhaustiqn. nu in au ueoiiiunir aumenie iimi near pn neai an the system. Una It freely in my own family." Ma. W. P. Bbown, Ktf.Maln St.. Oorinirtop, Ky., Eur I waa completely broken down in health and mbtod with pains in my back. Brown's Iron Iters entirely reutored me to health." Genuine haa aboro Trade Mark andemnwd md If no on wrapper. Tnkonoutbcr. Made only by SHOWN GUEMIGAL CO, UALTWOUK, MIX 1 H. W. NBUTn, WMAM. Mwl.fA - .,. niuywTTjuuoi ui iuu(llilli KHS WW for thd painless extraction of nsu. umoe on i.oun mree...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 10 November 1887

5 S- . $K K ti i t h ' DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietor. , RATES OF 8UBHCR1PTI0N. Tub Daily Bulletin will bo delivered to my pnrt of the city at 6 oonUa week, or one year for S3. Thb Daily Bulletin to any postofflce In ttoe United mates, postage prepaid, at Heentie ,3w en pr month or three dollart per year. THUR8DAY EVEN'G, NOV., 10, 1887- The Triumph in Now York. The "battle of the balloia" is ended ivr tnis year, and the Democrats have got iko best of it by long odds. Now York was the real scene of notion. The fighting was done there. All eyes were centered on the Empire Sta'e, and ibe Republicans are earprised at their verwhelminK defeat. "With bo many tickets, so many. " un known " elements in the contest, and with some of their leading journals op posed to their nominees the Democrats were at times doubtful as to the result. The Republicans were confident in pro portion as the Democrats were disheart ened. But the clouds have clear...

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. — 10 November 1887

I t t. . (J. it-' sjh f THE FINEST IN dam KvyiiNG bdlle. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.' rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. THURSDAY EVEN'G, NOV , 10 1887 InhicATi ins : "For Kentucky, fair weath er, preceded in extreme eastern portion by Ughl rain. Rodinsos & Co. handle corn and oata. Coal is high and hard to get at Carlisle. Sxlf-risino buck wheat, at Calhoun's. Tn Baptists are building a church at Allensvillo, dark County. H. A. Stitt has resigned the position l Folioo Judge of Millersburg. Thibh are five Baptists churches in ark County without any pastor at pres et. Tna Greenup grand jurv has indicted' William Harris for murder in the first degree. Tna repairs and alterations at tho coal elevators were finished yesterday. They are running to-day. The family of Eugene Ashton Btate ihnt they have reasons to know that ho did not commit suicido. Mission services at St. P trick's Church at' 7:30 o'clock this evening. All men are cordially invited to attend. i Uriah MoDambl and Miss Hatti...

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. — 10 November 1887

THE HOUR DRAWING NEAR DO NOT MISS ITh Th.S Week7 Great Sale at the Bee Hive!" Immense Drives! Unprecedented Bargains! Ex trripary Inducements! grandest Stock in Maya ville ! Read the List ! " 'Nuff Said !" QMDEMNED ANARCHISTS RAPIDLY ' AfPROCHIQ THEMJ DEATH. ' City's flftx-IJBr and rtiwu I SUalCMtOMMo KxetUnaot M , CstOfJSO, Mot. 10. All i quiet abost the fat!Malfljnff, and little excitement is felt sjpfcr Hio"4nrciJW, eases. The msyor s-.nd ygtyyaxq sU regarding their intentions, JfjkHTttey twvitady for aytbpg wjilcji aar occur. Cniol Eberoold said that be Iftdlgs&t on guard at the telegraph dopart MMat ad4 s various ptbor, place which he I tta sot care to mention Ho has held TJWlH1 conferences with Mayor Roche, but at what subject could not be learned. The police arp Tory reticent as to their planj and movement, for the reason, they claim, that their intentions might be do Aated it exposed. Tboy ozpress ovory con ildenco in themselves, however, anil stato that thoy feel fully ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 11 November 1887

THE EVENING BULLETIN. yWM va YOIiUME VI. I MAYSVmqE, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1887. NUMBER SOCK, THE ANARCHISTS. History of tlio Hay market Trag $ edy in Chicago. (WlUSES OF THE TROUBLE. Deeds of tho Fatoful Day May 4, 180G. ABEEST, TMAL A2JD G0IIVI0TI01T. Jfadgmont of tho Illinois Courts Affirmed by tlio llation'a Gupromo Tribnnd. Portraits and Sketches of the Police, tho Judges, tho Jury, tho Convicted and Other Interested Puntona Pictures of die Soono of tho Tragedy, Court Scenes, Etc Closing Events of tho Drama. , Lot tern of the Condemned, In Which Wicy Stttto Their Case. ANARCHY IN AMERICA. OON after tlio closo of tho civil war in tho United States immigration, al ways of no moan proportion!?, in oroQBod rapidly. It was thon tho American public first began to hear much of commun ism, (socialism and anarchiim. Inl8S3 tho maximum was reached when 7S1.093 Europeans landed in tho United States. Immigration from Eng land luul declined and that from Ireland fallon to a minimum; but...

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. — 11 November 1887

R IftB, lit Pittsburg, ho helped frame tlio piitfirm f tho International Working l'noplo'B .dL.cjta Won. Ho wis named for city clerk otChIrft.;oJy fho Socialists la 1CW, nnd txwatno editor of Tho Alarm, the orfun of tho "AnicrlcnnvGroup," o year later. iel W s-nat 'u i pap-sonb. ENOEU yiSCHEIL LINGO. SCHWAB. SPIES. FIELDEN. Louis Ungfr, who Is convicted of having; Modo thebimba, Is but 3 years old and cannot rpeak Hallsh. IIo Is eald to hare liccn expelled from Clcrtnany, where ha was born, for con fplracy. ' Michael Schwab Is o native of Manhclm, Ger wany, wan born lu 1853 and was educated In a convent. Coming to America in 1670, ho worked lor a time at tho book binders' trade. Ho becamo onnccted with Tho Arbelter Zeituug at tho samo Mine as Spies. Georgo En,cl was born In Casscl, Germany, In 18M, received a common school educatIon,leur.icd bo printers' trado and camo to America la 1673 A year later he located in Chicago, hero ho soon mbraccd Socialism and becamo an Anarchist. Bo e...

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. — 11 November 1887

THE FIETEST IBS1 THS LAWDI W. H. MEANS' $3.00 SHOES 1, A 1? HDMAIXrS; TRY A PAIR. i J DAILY KVhfllNti BULLETiiN. DA ILK EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, .' , Proprietors. J' yRIPAY LVKN'G, NOV, 11 IS87. Indications': "For Ohio Kentucky and Wetl Virginia, fair, warmer uealher. T.r Robinson A Go's Refined Pearl Menl. . ? Tim Augus'a Republican will bo a year Id next week. Senator Woutiiinqton returned last night from Cincinnati. - William Giodw.n, of Lewisburg, hos been granted an increase of pension. TTno iaODf j.,,1 i ,. ...i a novelties, go to Paul Iloefl ch & Bro.'s. For cloaks, wraps and jackets, of the lateststyles, call at Paul Iloeflich A Bro.'s. - Father Grifkncamp, of Augusta, Ky., ... . , , t . I isttie guest of Father J. B. Gloneux, of .. . . " ' . - i ' James Stbwart, of this city, a veteran of the Mexican war, has been granted a pension. At Brooksville, Marion Butler has been held in the sum of $200, on a charge of grand larceny. . Fatiier Kols, wiio tiaa been i...

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. — 11 November 1887

"vgpr " ff"vV" ;au j.'i "m1.1 wn7U'j,' jv'1'"'1 ''--'"Mli?iir'jL''w'ryliiri ,,.,Ti, ; T,n mntyui.-L)ij . m..iim .... WOMEft CANDIDATES. Hiy York Woman Who Got l(lkt I lha EItlo& WooLOOt ' ' Hot. M Pioblbfliqb ( P 11. MIm Ellen Clark, candidate for icbo61 oonv mlceioner, fau been defeated by a Rapnb lloan maorlty of more than 700. MIm Nellie a I ook't dis trict U still in doubt. MIm Cook wu at her home in this Tillage ac the close of the polls by a friend. Well, I jlon'e care much if I (sm defeated," said she, cheerfully, "bub I i-ould so much lore to bo tbo tint woman school commissioner in the Empire state. Whaterer may be the result of tbo election, ft will ho romombered in Wayne county that I gavo these old moss back Republican folitiolans the liroliost canvass they over lad. Do yon know I nover enjoyed anything bo maoh in my life m this political work. It'a yrotly tiresome bus ting old farmers up at the polls, but then thoro's cornpan sation in seeing those Republican bosses...

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. — 12 November 1887

mil ii BEE -R Jj-Jjlll J h 'I 1 . J i . J . " YSVjiiL KY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1887. TOIiUME VI. NUMBER 3QJL., " ' a'. V Wi. I , si ,4a .W a nri 1 - - ' J H.I . ( . ft ' . ' ' r-1 kj rr r t a n p t. . 3 s - S 1 T a ir TT- -T- ' 1 rTl TTB Mt? A II A- fi M 1 I OTfi ' "" "wTr " sald,dn a ton of prula,- I SHf 11 l! O K I . H I .V -N ''Did you.notlca,' sakl Bpto In one othls Mi SMnjutl 1 I Villi I V.K 1 I J I VS. I Four of Them Pay tho Doath &,&: Penalty at Chicago. burst, lho'w theludgrauif jury trembled when wo wore conviotod, and dtd you notice that noua of us Anarchists wero a 'particle affected I That Judge and Jury bad roa- toa to be afraid. arJl, was brought laaud taksn fto the hudred.of tuem, should not bo crowded, It movement, so quic"!c i "All hadr ordered, beefsteak, k coffee, waa decided to keep the holders of tho gen- notd, all,l tho rop ad. and butter, but Parsons, who had. exl aral.tlclwU, la... tho JaU yard until the mo- xiwe was not a raon That thev had 'reason ...

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. — 12 November 1887

PnQITIiinTf HF RFQTUAI IIFQ FlFR llFFf RFn rUOi ILLY I If DLDl lALULu lVln UrrLntU. n ' . u BJFive hundred strictly ALL WOOL OVERCOATS from $2.50 to $6.00; Three hun dred ALL WOOL CHEVIOT SUITS from $5.00 to $10.00. These goods were bought at a consignment sale and positively cannot be duplicated. Don't fail to secure some of these bargains before they are all gone. LOUIS ZECH GO., oRed sentence pronounced against them, can bo I onsidvrod petitions. Pardon, could it bo granted, wuioli might imply any guilt whatever oil the part of either of them, t would not be guch a vindication, as thoy de- ' mand executivo intervention upon tho grounds insisted upon by the four above amtxl persons, could in no proper sense bo deemed an exercise of the constitutional power to grant reprieves, unlesj based upon tho belief ou my part of their entiro Jnno eenco of the crime of which they btand con--rieted. "A careful consideration of the evidence hi the record of the trial of the parties, as well as ...

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. — 12 November 1887

THEJFICTE3T IN THS I.AOT! W. H. MEANS' $3.00 SHOES, AT H? V '3: TT a ft-fa.. daily uvknini; buhutiv " married. f DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDYt I ROS8ER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors ; - - ! .. i 8A1URDAY KVKN'G, N0V . 12 1x8". 1ft Rev. Z. T. Cody and Miss Belle Ander son Weddod at Louisville,, v t '. Rodinbon & Co. nre making Graham Flour.' ,k - . . Tiiehb are only three distilleries now runniugin this district. James Jackbov, of Cynthiana, has been granted an increase of pension. Fon latest designs in HrefB coods and novelties, go to Paul Hot fl ch & Bro.'B. o All the wells at MillorBburg are dry, and stock water is reported unusually scarce. . The Dover News says H. S. Truo has left Wichita, Kan., and gone to Cali fornia. A new Christian Cmuch will ho dedi cated at Moorefield, Nicholas County, to morrow. . m m A itBCBNT meeting at Helena, conduct ed by Rev. John Reevei, re-ulted in six additions. o Tub came law iii Ohio expired Thurs day, and quail can be killed until the first of J....

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. — 12 November 1887

n j-- yapl)1) s-im.-.-j--."S9iIU Hijif"- iWimyylW-Wninwinfi ww Bad Boys &t Paris. A special from Paris hh sa few da b bwo fee school boird'vfounditnecessary to eet and dlamW Professor Axlama from Hi prfncipajemp of the city BchooTB, ow ing to tfioldanbordination of soiaoyounp -roHtb's slfonciini? the hchdol and the Fro feasor's inability to control them. The board lectured tho scholars, and coin milted them to thoir several lady teach ers in tho Tfliious departments pending a fa'Vr'dVya tnUil thoy could supply" the ehool with a male principal. 'One mornilig the lady 'teachers, ob serving some suspicious actions among ihV order' boys, sent for City Marshal Me'rnnnjih and bad them searched, thinking they bad a piftol. The search revealed n loaded hoiub made from a pi'ocp of trae-pipe and a razor in the pockets of John Hi'o, a lad about six teen j ears old. The boys explained that it was their Intention oi blowing up one of. -the out-hnildituiH just for tho I in . The younp man una...

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