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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 March 1883

DAILY t EVEN ING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 108. MAYSVILLE, WEEKDAY, MARCH 28, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. t"M t;rt nfr r THE NEWS IN BRIEF. . . The ico crop on tho Hudson this season amounts to 2,500,000 tons. Thirty-two bodies havo been rccovorod from the mine at liraidwood. TnK peach crop in the Atlantic States was noYer more promising than at the present time Pkeumonia is provniling to an alarming extont in Now York City, and is of an unusually fatal typo. Franklin Harwood, Major of Engineers of tho United States Army, diod from excessive drink at Boston. At Lowell, Mass,, Edward A. Gerry, aged fifty-four years, suicided becauso of long continued ill health. The footpads in Chicago havo oeased to attack men by night and instead are ladies in daylight. Frank Maiieiiv a candidate for the West Point cadctahip at LaCrosae, was accidentally shot and killed by a comrade named Louis May, The Freeman's Journal says tho name of " Number One " is Tyncr, and that ho is at preBont in America and, furth...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 March 1883

DAILY BV&NINGBQLLETIN. WEDNESDAY KVK., MARCH 28. 1883. (UTTkioi.h Kvknino HuLr.KTiN N rnb.lHhed d.Ulv, and Nerved tree of postaije nt 8 cents per wee'k ; Si cents per inont li;75 cents per three months ; l."0 per six months, and n per year, payable in advance. OUR AGENTS. following persons are tlioHUilioi)7.d aeut. fortlie Daily Hui. J.KTIN at the places named. Contracts for subscription or advertli.liiK may be mndo wiin mem: W.Hult. Huan.non Win. Clary. H. Huwe. Myers. J. A. Jackson. PfcBN Lkak Harry IlurKoyue. J. Kackloy t Co. Washington Mrs. Anna Thoinns. ,000. Tiinnlinvp niunlier renresonts the elmiiln. tlo'i, each week ol the Daily and Wkkki.y DiM.i.ETi.v. Advertisers are Invited to call and nwure themselves ol the truth of the statement, Jitul they are requested to hear In mind that our ra es for advertising are thf lowit. , Tjik claims for rebate on manufactured tjliaivo it is estimated will amount to 3,000,000. Cienkum. is at Washington, backing a candidate for Postmaste...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 March 1883

' li 0 i I- I DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, wednesday eve., march 28, 1883. bosser & McCarthy, runLiHUEiia and puoritiKTORS. BALLAD OF THREE LITTLE FLIEd. Throo llttlo Hies, Onooon ntlmo, Resolved to quit Tholr nntlvo clime; And they didn't cure a cuss lor their father and their inolhor, Their uncles find their uuntH, tholr sister and their brother. Rut away thoy flew, With a merry hum, And told their parents To kiss their bum ; Which struck them squaro between tho eyes, Andcauued tho old folks great surprise. First they rnrao To a grocery store, And straight-way flow In nt tho door; With no respect for tho grocery man, They loft tholr murks on his cabbage and his ham. And soon thoy oamo To a candy man's shop And In they flew And did not stop; Raising suoh u rumpus and running such rig. Wading Into sugar and specking up tho figs. And us thoy circulated 'round A barrel of molasses Next they found ; Bo In thoy wont and dldu't stop a minute, Rut stuck their claws nnd their llttlo tails i...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 March 1883

! " -At jiCItI 1 Momborofi PlttalmrffltoiMo Coolly Appropriate 100.000 of the Firms Fniidft nnd Dlnnppcars. riTTBnuROH, Fa., March 27. Great has been caused by the of tho failure- of 0. P. Marklo & Song, ! if this city, tho widely known papor manufacturers and coko operators. Thoy aro, perhaps, tho most extensive firm in that lino of business in tho country, and fur- i tished paper to many of the great newspapers in every city. Thoy mado an assignment yesterday to Jcsso Lippincott. Tho direct cause of the ombarrassmont was tho absconding of Captain C. C. Marklo, tho hinior member of the firm, with an immense mount of money in his possession. Ho was ono of tho most prominent mon in Western Pennsylvania. An official statement, issued last evening by tho firm, is as follows: " CapUCassius C. Marklo left tho city on tho limitod train west lHst Thursday night, taking with him, estimated from $00,000 1 100,000 of tho firm's money, leaving their bank account bare, and no funds to meet ...

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. — 29 March 1883

DAILY EYENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 100. MAYSVILLE, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. - THE NEWS IN BRIEF. A. Oakkt Ham. has assumed editorial lontrol of tho Now York Truth. The unfinished Union in Chi. lago, "valued nt $1GO,000, has" burned. At Sholbyvillc, Tnd., William Clover wao waylaid by a highwayman nnd fatally itabbed. D. W. Waiid, nn influential farmor near Grayson, Ky., Buicided by taking kiorphlne. Five of tho survivors of tho Jcannottc, yesterday, arrived in Now York in tho steamship Westphalia from Hamburg. An attempt was mado by ghouls to rob tho grave of David 8. Benson, at Indianapolis, "who wore frustrated by the watchman. GovEnKOR Murray, of Utah, has commissioned Miss Mary Greenwood as notary public, the first rccordod appoinment of tho kind. Younci E. Allison, muiaging editor ol tho Louis villo Commercial, married Miss Maggie Y. Allison, daughter of George Q. Allison, a banker. All Russia is alarmed by the circulatiov throughout tho country of pronunciamom...

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. — 29 March 1883

DAILY RVb NING BULLETIN. TIIUKSDAY EVE., MARCH 20. 1&S3. 1 'viC'V' UiLLb MBAf mtTkhmk :-Tho Kvknino Uullktin Is published dully, ami served tree of poMnue nl B -outs per week : li"i rents por tnonth;76 cents nr throe months : 81.")0 ner hIx months, mid .1 per yeur. payable In advance. . OUR following person are ttieuutlioiliMl intents for the Daily Hul lktin at the places named. Contractu for subscription or advertising niuy be inatlo with tliem : W.Sull. .shannon Win i lury. I!. HllWOS. Mt.Oi.ivkt ruler Myors. Maysi.icic .1. A JacKson. Kkiin I.kak Hurry Hurixoyiie. .J. Kuckloy & Co. Washington Mrs. Anun Thomas. WhJ$x&' S,OOD. The above number represents tho circulation, eacli wpt'le ol tlm Daily and Wekki.v IU'i.i.ktin Advertisers are Invited to call and a-Mire tlomselves oi the truth nl tlm etateinoiit, anil they ate rco.ne.sted to beer In mind that o.ir ra es for advertising aro tlw Jowe.it. Tin; Democrats of (Mtuk county hive nominuU'il Thomas G. Stuart for tho Legis...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 29 March 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, THURSDAY EVE., MARCH 21), .1883. hosser & McCarthy, I'UIILIHUKKS AND PnOl'RIlCTORH. OmciAt. notlco has bcon nerved And what wo'vo got to do, Is not to call It Bridge slroet now. But Myall Avenue. Tlio street has now become, you know, A stalely thorouehfuro, And Is adornod, as you can see, By Castles In tlio nlr." A has been CHtabliahed ut Huzclton, Lewis county. Our local traders are paying from GJ to 7 cents a pound for hogs. bales of cotton arrived yesterday for the Maysvillo Mills. ,Mn. Chaui.ks F. Taylor will ship a car load of hogs to Cincinnati by the Mail to-day. Somktuixg over a hundred horses have been shipped by river this week to Cin cinnati and the Eastern markets. The Bostona goes down now every Sunday at 9 a. m., in place of tho Ohio which has been chartered by the Memphis! Packet Company. Mrs. Ohio Davis, who has been a reader of the Bulletin for twonty years, bus preserved complete flies of tho paper, beginning with tho first number. A pas...

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. — 29 March 1883

THE MARKLE FAILVKJS. I t - A Unrprlnlnir Event for Which Titer Honnu No dood Cause. riTTSBono, March 28. The failuro of CL R. Markle & Co. is, taken all in all, th most remarkable and surprising mercantile) event that over took place in this city. There wns'no excuse whatovcr for It.' The failure has created a profound sensation here and elsowhcro. Mr. Kridor, cliief bookkeeper of tbo firm, lias hud tho management of tho details of the business in his hands for some time. After tho consultation with tho attorneys and friends of tho firm, Mr. Krider went to Chicugo after Capt. Markle. Ho found him without much dllliculiy, and succeeded in persuading him to sign an alignment, and Marklo did not oiler any explanation for his conduct beyond a Btntotncnt that ho folt tired and wuntcd to have a rest. Ho had been drinking hard and was under the influence of liquor at the time. He made an oiler to return any of tho money ($100,000), although told of tho .ollect his action would have, an...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 30 March 1883

9 DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. - if r:r n L1 rf 2-no: - no. . UH i :IjS MAYSVILLJP; ?IUtAY, MARCH 30, 1883. PklCE ONE CENT. ABOUT SNAKES. Tythonn nntl Annconrtivt Snake' KjrK" nn How VJ Aro Hatclioil Ufctttpviiiilcen Food for llumuti "With Itcptllro. " Thoro was brought to the Star oilico by Mr. G. O. Starr yesterday an egg. It was twico tho size oi' a but was not as regular in shape. Tho outer covering, instead of being haul and brittle like a ahull, was eosottthat it could bo easily indented by the linger. This singular egg was cold and clammy to the touch, and it gave a person who handled it an uncomfortable feeling liko that which would result from contact with a snake, toad or frog. This egg,' said Mr. Starr, 'was laid by the python whioh" was brought to this city by Mr. G. 1$. Bunnell a fow days ago. The python is sitting upon a nest full of such eggflf and in a short time a lot of Jittlo snakes will bo hatched out Thoy will bb nice pets for people who have an admiration for reptil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 30 March 1883

daily wrnim bulletin, FRIDAY EVK., MAUCLI 30, 1883. vTkumh : The Kvkninq Hoi.mstin is published UKlly, and served tree of postugoat a cents per wpek ; 2." cnlH per month; 75 cents per throe months : 81. lO per six months, and i per year, payables In advance. OUR following poroin are tiieauihoilzed uuents for the Daiiv Hui. X.ETIN nt the p lures nmncd. Contracts for subscription or advertising i"y he made with tlii'in: Suit. Shannon Win. Clury. MiNEitVA W. H. Hawos. Mt.Omvjt -Peter Myers. a Jnrltson. Fkkn Lkaf Harry Hurgovne. Ukhjuntown T. J. Kackley & Co. Washington Mr. Anna Thomas. 5,000. The above jiuinhor represents tho each week ot the Daily nntl Wkeki.y BoHiKTt.v. Advertisers are Invited 1o call and assuio themselves ol the truth of the (tntpinent. and they uie requested to hear lu mind that our ra cs for advertising are the loWt'fct. Mayoi: Cautku Haihhson, of Chicago, lms been iinminntccl by lm Democrats for re-election. ' - The Commissioner of Internal Revenue lins decid...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 30 March 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. FRIDAY EVE., MAUOH 30, 1883. EOSSER & MoOARTHY, 1'UHI.IHIIKKS AND I'ROl'KIKTOIW. Wk hope the girls will pardon in If Just right bore wo ax If fomalojaws wore fashioned for Tho grinding up of wax. And, pray, was It lutonded that Tholr Jaws Nhould stop It never, But like the tmtolc wo read about Go right along forever. Notice. Tno bulk of the telegraphic matter for the Bum.ktin failed to arrive, probably on account of the storm last night. It will be printed aB usual tomorrow. Coat, this week commiimls ten cents a bushel. Mrs. John Whitakkr, her friends will be pleased to learn, is much better. A PASSKMQua engine on the Kentucky Oontral during the month of February, run 4,000 miles. Trra band room has been removed to tho building at the south-west corner of Front and Market streets. Wk learn that the late protracted meeting at the M. E. Church, Germantown, rcultod in sixteen accessions. Maysville Council No. 3G will meet on tho 5th Monday in April. Tho meet...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 30 March 1883

M0HN1NQ IN T1W CITY. What enarrits hro'thlmI oh, Incono, brbathiiig Asmara I , -with Horry "frtHhnom Is tlio hour! Before tb.'5'dnwn I hear tho mllkiti' n' burn Blow at my Kate with p iw t. The hours far in tho 'glowing oast Touoh nil tho skies with streaks of go 1 and red, Fqo for tho cyos, though for my liunntiix foost I usually take a llttlo ro)l in bod. The English 8pnrrow, Just outside my jrato, Balutos tho mora with many a rasp'njr squawk; Tho enrtmuu, with slow wheels that cro.ik an J grnto. Inspires his laggard stood with shout urvl whack. And now tho baker's boll, 'with dlro nlitrn, Ding (longs and clangs: in tones that fairly frcozo ... .. . Fll n UlllmlH n illliiln4nB t. 1 Comes down tho streot and yells: "Ntco rauisncoHi" With rattling sticks along tho picket f'neo Hush down tho strout loud sw.uins'of boys; And ovory mnn in all this city demo Starts ap aud gruots tno day With somo now doIbo. to mondl" comos bawling down tho stroot: "Ould hatd! ould hatsi ould hatsl" Just...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 31 March 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 111. MAYSVILLE, SATURDAY, MAllCfiSI, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. ', Great destitution is reported as prevail Slim Green is seriously ill at his Lome in Rochester, N. Y. The Brnidwood mino has been abandoned for the time being. The death of General N. B. Buford is announced from Chicago. At Hastings, Nebraska, G. M. Millett was shot dead by highwaymen.' TETnoLKUM suddenly sprung from 0 centB to 1 at Pittsburg. Two nogroes, cousins, wero found iu their cabin near Alton, III. Hehm Steiiuackek, aged fifteen years, was cut in twain by an engine at St. Louis. Wb, Shadoan has been arrested in for the murder of two soldiers In 1862." Thk examination of tho lasl arrival of Jeannette survivors is now in progress at Washington. Numerous arrests aro being made of persons who gild the new nickels and try to. pass them for $5 gold pieoos. The Tennessee Legislature has passed a law making it a felony for the owner or agent bf( a building to let it fo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 31 March 1883

DAILY RV6NING BULLETIN. SATURDAY KVK., MAKC1I Bl, 1883. - - . Tm" " '. B"Tkums : TIio Evknino Bulletin Is published dully, and served Ireo of Montage nt 8 routs per week; 2.1 oentH per month; 75 couts per three months ; 31.30 per nix months, nnd S3 per year, payable In advance. following person are the minimized uuoiits fortlie DAti.r liui, letin nt the places niuueil. Contracts Tor inscription or advertising may he iniulo with them: W.Hull. Shannon Win t'hiry. Minki'.va W. H. Hawes. It. Myers. J. A Janltson. Fkks Lkak Harry Bursoyne. Ukkmantown T. J. Knclcluy & Co. Washinoton Mrs. A nun Thomas. 5,000. The above number represents tho eneli week ol the Daily and Wkkkly I'CLLKTin. Advertisers nro invited to call and astute themselves ol the truth of the statement, and they are lequrstcd to hear In inlntl tliat our ra e.s for advertising aro tlw I iwe.t. Co i.. Jmks Tayi.oh, of Newport, Ky., iMed on the 2!)th inst. Okv. lii'KDiti), formerly of Kentucky, i'el nt Cliicigo, on Thurcil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 31 March 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, SATURDAY EVE., MAUCU 31, 1883 bosser & McCarthy, l'UllLlHHKlM AND IMIOIMIIKTOK3, ewF A riurrr girl wi sent us word To tnlnd out how wo walk, Or cIro we'ro going to henr from lior Homo vory solemn tultc. The threat wo fool compelled to say, Tho noeded thickness lucks, Hecnuse, to talk, she'd bo obliged To luy aside lior wax. Thk Vullktin office has got a new water bucket and dipper. "What will the holl lioumtaof. the opposition gay to this? Tiir funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Wheoler will tako place from the family residenco this afternoon at two o'clock. Services by Rov. S. U. Alderaon. . Ma. Kknimm, Mohuan, chief clerk of tho Bostona, is taking a vacation of two weeks, and tho office of that boat will, in tho meantime, be managed by Messrs. Henry Holloway and Harry Bruce. Mn. Gkoiigk Out., Jit., furniture dealer on Sutton street, i3 receiving daily, tho latest styles of furniture of all kinds. Ho has some exceedingly handsomo goods, and is prepared to offer p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 31 March 1883

TUG OHIO MA.N. He Will Tnlte .tie l,oIi..rtntr IT He t'un Get It Haltou'a Vropct. Washington, March 80. Ohio for tho tfccnnt Cubinet position is the talk everywhere hero now. Hor claims have seemingly taken tangible shape that i, it la well known here that at least tho olaims of Foster and Butterworth have been presented to tho Pieaident. Now that Ohio is fairly into the race, every Ohioan bcchib to ho anxious to say or do something, and tho consequonco is, Ohio is on every tongue. But this docs not indicate that Ohio will get tho place; no, not by a long way. Major Bjitterworlh was among the callers at the White House yesteiday. Ho makes no Bocrccy of 'his candidacy now. Tho Star says of the Ohio boom. "Ohio is the first to come to the front to the vacancy iu the Cabinet caused v tho death of Postmaster General Howe. The ifuneral of Mr. Howe over, tho presumption on the part of the Ohio man is that the President will now take up for consideration the question of his successor. This...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 2 April 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. M . :zs t VOL. 2 NO. 112. MAYSVILLE, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 18815. PRICE ONE CENT. l THE NEWS IN BRIEF. California experienced a slight earthquake shock on tho 00th. Oliver Bmstow (colored) was hanged nt Camden, S. C, for tho murder of F. N. McDowell. C. J. Mnwr nnd James McGrcw wero killed by Moxicana lu tho mountains noar Sabino, Moxico. Tiik Passion Play was produced in New York Friday night by Salmi Morso to an audianco of over 2000 people. Gillis, a bankor at Clifton Springs, N.Y., has failed and lied. Ho is said to havo uttered $30,000 of forged paper. The wife and Uttlo daughter of John Young (colored) living near Tallahassee, Fla., wero outraged and murdered. Mrs, Emeline Mkkivvr was hanged at Windsor, Vt., for tho murder of Alico Meeker, aged fourteen years, in 1880. Mrs. Baunks, the young wife of Edward Barnes, of Willoughly, Ohio, suicided by tho arsenic route. No caueo is ' assigned. Tiik nanio of "Numbor Ono" is now B&id to beTynuu, and uot " Tynor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 2 April 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVE., APRIL 2, 1883. : The Evkninq Hullktin Ik Jmbilshed dully, mid served free of postage nt ionls per week ;'i cents per nioiith;75 cent per three months ; jl.fiO per six mouths, and t'i per year, piiyiiblein advance. OUR AGENTS. -The following peiMn tire ugo'its for the Daily Hnr, LKTJN nt the places iniincd. Contracts lor subscription or nuiy bo matte with them : W.Sult. Shannon Win t'lniy. Minkkva W II Hnwos. Mt. Myers. .1 A Jll('licil. Fkkn Lkak Hnny Burgovne (Jkhm wrowv T .1 KliekleV & Co. washinotos Mrs. A ii mi Thomas. t Tho above number represents tbo olicnln. Hon, each week ot the Daily nnd Wukki.y Bur.i.mv. Advertisers nin Invited to cull nnd assure thcmselviw o th tintli ot the statement, nnd they nre requested to I enr In mind that our ra es lor idvcrtlslug itro llw lowest. II 1H J ILW'HWIB laWUMUMIII IHIMUBJMWI P. V. rFni.MiCK the well known music rublMicr, at Gincinntiti, has niado an Hssiimmcnt. Coi.. Caliui Poktwood, the Cincinnati En...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 2 April 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. "MONDAY EVE., APRIL 2, 1883. ' Jcst go nntl gel n piece of chnlk To stiulghtwny niHik It down That represented hero you sou Borao live nien at the town. And should you miss n name yon know, Don't break Into a smile, Bccauso, you Imvo our solemn word, You'l see It after whllo. Snow yestcVduy. T"K river is uncomfortably near the top of the hanks and is still swelling. Tub time for removing the old market liouso has almost expired. Wake up Mr. T' Tiikiir will ho no session of the Court of Appeals until April 9th as Judge Lewis will be absent on a bridal trip. Mns. Mama Waiidku, a lady much beloved in the community where she lived, died at her home, near Mayslick, on Sunday afternoon. Mus. Fuank MuOi.an'ahan, who lives on Short street, on Saturday, by a fall was so unfortunate as to di&locato .her right shoulder. Her injuries were very painTW. Mk. Patiuck Iivno.N, of this county, a few days ago, sold his crop ot tobacco to John Bacon for $15 and $3. Win. Byron so...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 2 April 1883

lEBIOITS SEED. Wtktm Mm Wlf mm Attempt to Batcher tk Beat mt the Family. BLOoMiNaTON, 111., A)rll 1. IUbin P. Dumn, d 50 ytars, yesttrday ihot hid wife and attempted Murder tbcr members of his family. lie has set lived with kis wife fer some years. Last February Mrs. Dunn applied to court for a dlToroe, alleging drunkenness and cruelty, and luiraedintely, it is said, Dunn made threats against her life. She was forbidden the house, and hits not entered it until to-day. Mrs. Dunn has four children, a boy named Joseph, aged eighteen ; Miss Phoebe, aged sixteen, and two younger daughters, the smallest aged about six. Joe and Phoebe went to Chicago last Sunday, and during their absence Dnnn went to the window of the house and preaontad a revolver at his wife, who streamed and run away. Dunn didn't shoot but to iet in. and was prevented hv the doors being luokod.. While the fumllv i was at dinnor, uunn walked in lUtnout knocking and spoke'pleasantly to the family. Joseph, observing that h...

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