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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 30 January 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME vn. MATSVHJDB, KY. MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1888. NUMBER 58. ! BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Combining IB02C wltft PURE VEGETABLE TOHIC8, quickly and completely CIKINSES and KHBIOIES THE BLOOD. Quickens the action of the JAitt nd Kldnejs. Clean tho complexion, raaxts the ikln smooth. It docs not lajare the teeth, came headache, or prodneo eon (Upatlon AM. OTHER IKON MEDICINES DO. Physicians and Druggists ererynhcre recommend it. Dn. N. B. Ruooleh, of Marion, Hun,, says; "I recommend Brown'- Iron Blttora as a raluable tonlo for enriching the blood, and removing all dyspeptlo symptoms. It dooa not hurt tho teeth." Dn, R. M. Delzuli, Reynolds, Ind,, says: "I hayo prescribed Brown's Iron Bitters in cases of aniemia and blood disease, alao when a tonio was Deeded, and it has prorod thoroughly satisfactory." Mo. Wm, Btiws, 28 Rt. Mary St., New Orleans, La., nys: " Brown's Iron Bitters reLloved me in a caao f blood poisoning, and I heartily commend it to those nfodine a bloo...

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 January 1888

I ".' ' V" -it"T'" "WP "Wiwf); ' J ""- -ri -irli DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. KATKU OF aumcnivTioN. Tiik Daily Bulletin will be delivered to any part of tho city nt 0 cents a week, or ono year for 8:t. Thk Daily Bdlletin to any postofflco In the United States, postage prepaid, at twenty five cent per month or three dollars per year. MONDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 30, 1888. Tiik City Assessor of Louisville In creased the assessment ef personal prop erty $1,000,000 over Inst.year's figures. Tna Kentucky Legislature should set tlo this capital quostion without further delay. Move it to Lexinnton or some other place, or appropriate enough money to finish tho Stato buildings nt Frankfort. e jEtTEKaox County makes an oxcellont showing this year as to the assessed value of her property. Tho grand total amounts to S98.333.013. The Board of Equalization added nearly one million dollars to tho Assessor's figures. An item of news from Washington City w...

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 January 1888

THE FINEST IN THE LAND! W. H.' MEANS' $3.00 SHOES, AT HQNAKPS; TRY A PAIR & i IT "fcS r J- . ;- ,1. A. ( .. .S I'V ' .' it Dim- EYENINGBULLETIN. 'DAILY, EXCEPTSUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. MONDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 30. 1888. Ikdioations. " Slightly followed by fair weather." colder; rains, Swket Oranges 25c. dozen Calhoun's. This Sons of Temporanco lodgo at Ree- torvillo has thirty monibors. You can get groceries as cheap at Han cock's as any placo in the city. tf Amemagah peas, bettor and cheaper than imported, at G. VV. Geisel's. dtf An increase of pension was granted Peter Kirtley, of Cynthiana, last Friday. The county levy in Bracken County this year is the same as in 188750 cents on the hundred dollars. There are thirty-eight new suits on the docket of the Kenton Chancery Court, and one-fourth of them are divorce cBes. S. R. Bnooics, formerly of this city, has leased tho Mingo Hotel at Nicholasvillo, Ky., and will take charge of it in a week or so. Tub ceiling and w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 30 January 1888

T- ,. . EDITOR WILLIAM O'BRIEN. HE IS UNDOUBTEDLY THE MOST POP ULAR MAN IN IRELAND. Mr. O'llrlen'a Prison Treatment lins Short ened -Ilia Days Germany Astounds tho English 1'resK Another Member of litr Ilament Bcntonocd Foreign Notes. Lonuon, Jaa SO. Undoubtedly Mr. O'Brien Is tho most popular man In Ireland to-day, and will hold his prominence until some other niomber of parliament is released from ait Irish jail and conies forth to tell his tale of sufferings undorgono and patriotism asquenched. Mr. Balfour has succeeded In making English rulo more hated in Ireland than ovor before, if tho thing vrero possible, and one thing is certain, that classes hereto' foro indifferent or doubtful in their state ments, aro dally giving ovidonco of their adhesion to Homo Rulo, and casting oil prejudices that held them in some slight al legoanco to castle domination. Religion is not, as it has hitherto been in a partial degree, a barrier to a frank declara tion of patriotic principles. Tho caus...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 31 January 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME vn. MATSVILLE, KY. TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1888. NUMBER 59. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS CoaMnlnr IBOX with FDBK YBGETABLB T0KIC8, qaltklr aad eOmplsUlr CXK1K8E8 ad EHBICIIK8 TIU3 BLOOD. Qalexeas theeeUonofttsLlTfcrandKldnejs. Clears the rompUxIoB, Mak.es the skin smooth. It dot not lojare the Ulh, eaaie headache, or prod see ton itIUn-AUi OTHER WON JCKDICIHH8 DO. Fojtlcluu and Druggists everywhere rtoommend It. Da. IT. B. RtToaixa, oTMarlon. Mass.. feyst "I reoommend Brown's Iron Bitters a valaible tonlo tot enriching the blood, and removing-all drspcpUa symptoms. H does not hurt the teeth." Dn. It M. DausxLi, Reynolds. Ind,, says: "1 bare prescribed Brown's Iron Bitter in esses of aaa-mia and blood diseases, also whtn a tonio u tweded, and tt baa prored thoroug-hly satisfactory." Ma. Wu. Bran a, X St. Marj St.. New Orleans, La., fcnrs: " Brown's Iron Bitten reliered me In a case f blood poisoning, and I heartily comsisnd it to tbnra needing a blood purifier. Ma. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 31 January 1888

; r tt: DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. ROSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. RATES OF8URHQR1PTION. The Daily Bui.i.ktin will bo delivered to any part of the city at O cents a week, or one year for 83. The Daily Buliktin to nny postofllco In the United States, postage prepaid, at twenty' five cents per month or three dollars per year. TUESDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 31, 1888 Scorb ono more for Kentucky's gifted and eloquent "silver-tongued" orator. Congressman Breckinridge was tho con tor of attraction at the tariff reform meeting in Philadelphia the other even ing. His speech was tho speech of the occasion. Some of the politicians of tho Lexing ton district aro industriously engagod trying to stir up opposition to the "silver tongued orator," Billy Breckinridge, in his race for Congress next fall. There is an effort to "boom" Hon. Emu Settle, of Owen, and tho Hon. W. 0. Owens, of Scott, and tho Hon. "JeemB" Mulligan, of Fayette, but they don't seem to "boom" worth a cent. The peop...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 31 January 1888

THE FINEST IN THE LAND! W. H. MEANS' $3,00 SHQBS, AT HON&33TS; TRY A PAIR i JH"' If ib.3. -v-i Ik js ; $' 1i. ! S- ? Wy U' S! ? 4 I 2 EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. TUESDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 31. 1888. Indioatioki. " Colder, fair weather, preceded by rain " i e Sweet Oranges 25c. dozen Calhoun's. You can get groceries as cheap at Han cock's bb any place in the city. tf Aueiuacin peas, bettor and cheaper than imported, at G. W. Geisel's. dtf OLD-tlmo sugar-house and fancy new crop of molasses cheap, at G. V. Geisel's. i -' i m e Mb. E. W. Fitzgerald, gatiror, loft on the noon train to-day for Paris to go on doty at Walsh's distillery. Charles 0. White, who was adjudged a lunatic yesterday, was taken to the asylum at Lexington this morning. . Elder Dkqmak will preach at the brick church on Lawrence Croek next Saturday night and Sunday, morning and night. i Miss Ada Makkjbn and Mr. Arthur Haughoy will be married Thursday evening, Feb. 9th, in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 31 January 1888

A U DOMYBROOK FAIR. PROBABILITIES OF A ROW WHEN PAR' LIAMENT MEETS. Homo Rulers Prepared to EmbnrraM the Government Auitrla and llnssla Kyelng Each Other Mr. Cox's Conviction a Forerunner of Others Forolgn Notes. London, Jan. SI. It all signs do not fall, there will bo a lively racket irbon tho En glish parllamont meets. The Homo Rulers and the Liberals of the Homo Rula persua sion aro ready with a number of schemos to embarrass the government from tho Tory beginning of the session. Tho debate on the address in nnswer to the quoen's speech promises to be exciting and protracted. Mr. Paraoll will offer an amend ment dealing with rents and tho gonera Irish policy of the government, and it is said that Willinm O'Brien will present an other amendment attacking tho brutal treat ment of political prisoners in Ireland. Then Mr. Bradlaugh will bring up the right of citizens to hold public mootings in connec- tion with the Trafalgar square affair; Mr. Dillwyn will call attention to tho tille...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 1 February 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME vn. MAYSVTLIiE, KY. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1888. NUMBER 60. WOMEN Xmdlnr rca.wod trDsib, w wbo (Tor front hlnuIlM peaullor to their .ox, hM try mmm " BE5T TONIC. Thlstnedlelne combines Iron with para Teretable tonics, and Is inTalnablo for Dieaas peculiar to Women and all who lead sedentary Htm. ItKn vicbes and Purities the Blood, Stimulate the Appetite, Strengthens the Alunclcs and (?rTe-lntaot,thoroahlTjiiTlHpritteB. Ofsars the oomplaxion, and makes the skin smooth. It doss not blaokon the teeth, canee headache, or produce constipation oIJ other Iron mtdlcinet do. Una Elizabeth IUniD, 74 Farwell Are., Milwau kee, Wis., says, under date of Deo. 26th. 1684: " I hare used Brown's Iron Hitters, and it has been more than a doctor to me, baring cured me of tbo weakness ladies hare in life. Also cured me of Ltx or Complaint, and now my oomploiion is clear and good, lias also been beneficial to my children." MBS. Louisa 0 BaaODoy. East LocUport, N. Y., Bays: I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 1 February 1888

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. MATES OF amiUCJtJVTION. Tmk Daily Bullktin will be delivered to any part of the city at 0 conts a week, or one year for 63. The Daily Bulletin to any poalofflce In the United States, postage prepaid, nt twenty five cents per month or three dollars per year. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, FEB. 1, 1888. ABERDEEN. A pleaiant time was had at the dance given at the reildonoo of William Ilutsoll, Friday night. 'Squire Beasley nses inoro soip than nny body. It requires three cakes of toilet soap a day. No comments. There was a progressive euchre party nt Mrs. Peter Huff's last Friday night in honor oi Miss Florence AUKins, oi mpiey. Mr. John Glasscock, an old nnd prominent farmer ol Huntington, died Saturday night and was buried with Mabonlc honors Monday. Mr. Harvey Teeters, one of California's pramiucut citizens, died Friday last after a month'A illness. He was interred lu tho fam ily burying ground near California Sund...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 1 February 1888

t THE FINEST INTHSUND! W. H. MEANS' $3,00 SHQE3, AT HONAN'S; TRY A PAIR. t Z 3 J! I- ?: -. ; 'V-'.. v : r & Mff Vi 4 .' l: '? . I V p A st i.;" t a i 'S i ,: X 3& ire- .&.' &.(. ff & '' ' Vf ' "U . 4 X'4 Hf" ' iT1 DAEY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDiY. ROSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprlotora. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, FEB. 1, 1888. Indications: "Slightly warmer, fair weather." Sweet Oranges 25c. dozen Calhoun's. Eot. Henry M. Scudder, of Carlisle, was in town this morning. Mr. W. A. Sudduth, of Flomingsburg, is in town on legal business. You can get groceries as cheap at Han cock's as any placo in the city. tf Amehiacax peas, bettor, and cheaper than imported, at G. W. Geisol's. dtf a O-LD-timo sngar-houso nd fancy now crop of molasses cheap, at G. W. Goiael's. BonN,'to the wise of Mr. Louis Kinnina land, January 31, a boy; weight eleyon pounds. . . Thb Dover News was a year old last week. May it livo to enjoy many return of the day. The negro Joe Doyle in the jail is s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 1 February 1888

A COMMERCIAL SCHEME. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. IT IS SAID TO INCLUDE SEVERAL AMER- ICAN MILLIONAIRES. The Object t Form a Company to Trans por All Kind of American l.3uco to England ajid Supply Consumer Without the Middleman's Charges. Washington, Feb. L A morning paper says: Information baa been received hero in regard to a gigantic Anglo-American commercial scheme, in which sevoral Amcri-' con millionaires, including the "Little "Wiz-. ard of Wall Etreet," tho Rothchilds, the Duko ' of Devonshire, tho Duko of Westminster and others are said to bo concerned. It has been j ascertained that tho promoters propose to erect granaries, warehouses, pork-curing os iablisbments and cheese and butter factories on sites convenient to the soveral great lines of railroads loading into Chicago. All kinds of American produce, such as flour, bacon, choose, butter and fruits of every description, as well as a lino of stock, are to bo carried to Chicago, and thence by tho Baltimore & Ohio railway to N...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 2 February 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. BIAYSVUJGE, KY. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1888. NUMBER 61. M WOMEN Mfttiut rewel strsnstb. or k. saffer from tvflrmltto peculiar t their ox, sheald try rpra n THE TONIC. This medicine eomblnea lion with pnre veswUbls tonic, sad Is invaluable for Diieum peculUr to Women, and all who lead KxlenUrjr lire. Itiin ricbea and 1'urincs tho Blood, stimulate the Appetite. Strengthen the MuvcIch and Nerves- in fact, thoroughly Invigorates. Clean the complexion, and make the nun smooth. It does not bUoksn the teeth, cause headache, or produce constipation alt other iron medUinet do, jins. Elizabeth Baihd, 74 Farwell Are, Milnau. kee. Wis., sura, under date of Deo. 26th. 1884: , " I baTO used Brown' Iron Hitters, and it has boon more than a doctor to me, having cored mo of the weakness ladies hayo in life. Also cured mo of Liv er Complaint, and now my complexion is clear and good. Ila also boon beneficial to my children." HBfl. Louis O.Biuodon. East Lockport, N.Y., ...

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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. — 2 February 1888

'. v A rV DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rossek & McCarthy, Proprietors. 11ATK3 OF SUDHOHll'TION. Tuk Daily Bulletin will bo delivered to any part of tho city at 0 cents a weok, or one year for 83. Tiik Daily Bollktin to nny postofflce In tho United States, postage prepaid, at twenty five cents per month or three dollars per year. THURSDAY EVEN'G, FEB. 2, 1888 Jbkomk A. Sparks has Announced himself ns a candidate for Sheriff in Jes samine County against George B. Mosley, ths Democratic nominee Tub fijcjit ior the Democratic nomina tion for Congress in the Tenth district bids fair to be a warm one. There are already four candidates Mentioned. Roicor Conklino writes tho Republi can party has not maintained its useful ness, and evidently has not such a favor able opinion of it as in former years. He is one of its most nrominent membors. and his opinion is not calculated to do tho party any good. TnEKE's not an honest-thinking indi vidual in the land who evor had any ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 2 February 1888

V THE FINEST IN TH3 LAND! W. H. MHANS' $3.00 SHOES, AT HOSTAN'S; TRY A PAIR Hi l ' .t x ftr fi' i v 8" .' DAEY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDHY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. THURSDAY EVEN'G. FEB. 2, 1888' Sweet Oranges 25c. dozen Calhoun 'a. RidULAR monthly meeting of the Oitj Council; to-night. W illiau H, CLAT.of Blue Lick Springs, hat beon granted a pension. - Yod can get groceries as cheap at Han y cock's as any place in the city. tf n m m I. AuERiA.oA.tf peas, bettor and cheaper than imported, at G. W. Geisel'fl. dtf The funeral of Mrs. Eliza Poarce yes terday afternoon was largely attended. OiiD-tim o sngar-houso nd fancy now crop of molasses cheap, at G. W. Goisel's. Thb romains of General John W. Fin n oil wore interred yesterday at Coving ton. . T. II. Fiuzsn.a druggist of Lexington, has assigned for the benefit of his credi . tors- Miss Julia Porter, who was stricken with paralysis a few days ago, was some better this morning. . Thb funeral of J. Twoed Stewart...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 2 February 1888

THE NEW AFFILIATION. ITALY'S TRADE WILL UNDOUBTEDLY SUFFER IN CONSEQUENCE. Trouble May Arise In Tormlng n Now Franco-Italian Treaty Many Innocent Suffer on Account of the Suspicions of the French Other Forlgn Nows. London, Fob. 2. It is to bo prcsuinwl that King Humbert and his advisers wjlghod carefully tho consequences of mutually of fending Franco by joining tho alliarce with Austria and Germany, but tho trad of Italy will undoubtedly suffer by tho now rfflllatlon and tho violation of the archives of tho French consulate at Floronco might havo serious results had'not the Italian king com prehended tho full gravity of the situation. SIgnor Crispi was disposed to arguo tho matter at length, and tho discussion ns to tho legality or non-lcgallty of tho act threatened to be interminable until tho personal Inter vention of King Humbert dammed the flood of verbiage aud tho disgrace of tho offending magistrate satisfied tho wounded honor of Franco. It's noteworthy, however, that several ...

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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. — 3 February 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME vur. MAYSVUJDE, KY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1888. NUMBER 62. WOMEN Htwatajt reaawcd strvaath. r vk. suffer from IsBrmJUcs peculiar to thtlr sex, shsold try JW0 J ft JC-ij?") 4 Ul BEST THE TONIC. . .. . at til. UU1.U TWA medicine eomDinos ironwiui pure iqreuuu. tnmies, sad is InTSlusbU tor Viae pscullsx to Women, and all who lead sedentary life. It JJn ticbes and rnrlBea the Blood, NHinulatej the Appetite, Mtrcaathens the llusclc and Nervcs-in fact, thoroughly lnvlprntcu. Oban the complexion, and make the skin smooth. It does not blacken the teeth, caose headache, or prouace otibmmhiuu w" atv ......... . I have niea uroffa s iron jiimn, uu iv u uwa jnore than a doctor to me, haying cured me of tho veatmeM ladles hare In life. Also cured me ot Lit er Complaint, and now my complexion is clear and good, lias also been beneficial to my children." Mas. Lotrraa O Bbaqdon. East Lockport, N.T.. mi! "lhave suffered untold raloory from Female Complaints, and could obta...

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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. — 3 February 1888

tp-Tr i . ' r ir J t- DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. HATES OF SUllHOJUPTION. The Daily Bulletin will bo delivered to any part of the city at 0 cents a week, or one year for 83. The Daily Bulletin to any postoffloe In the United States, postago prepaid, at twenty five cent per month or three dollars per year. FRIDAY EVEN'G, FEB. 3, 1888. THE SOLONS AT FRANKFORT. Items of Intorost Gloaned From the Proceedings of tho Legislature. Notes and Comments. In response to a resolution from the Senate, the Commisioners of the Sinking Fund stated tunt they "believed " tho bond given by tho Mason Hogo Company, lessees of tho penitentiary, was good for $1,00.000. The response, with a new reso lution of inquiry, was returned to tho Commissioners. Tho Senate has passed a bill amending chapter 12, Genoral Statutes, providing against moro than one change of venuo in Justices' Courts. Also a bill increas ing pay of County Clerks for copying Assessors' ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 3 February 1888

THE FIBJBST IN THE LAflTDI W. H. MEANS' $3,0D SHOES, AT HQTSTANS; TaiT A FAIR rl i vSt ft" 4 ??V Jr 4 M iS V ft y I '?e X i.5 ; &' I - v ?is; "Win i.T " " It K !& DAEY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY. nossER & McCarthy, Proprietors. FRIDAY EVEN'G, FEB. 3. 1888. Indications: " Warmer, fair weather." m You can Ret groceries as cheap at Han cock's as any plage in tho city. tf AUE1UAOA.N peas, bettor and cheapor than imported, at G. W. Geisel'a. dtf Good peas, 12Jc; fancy, 16jjc; extra to matoes, 10c; honey corn, 15c. Calhoun's. . OLD-timo Bngar-house and fancy new crop of molasses cheap, at G. W. Geisel's. Deputy Sheriff John W. Alexander has returned from a trip to Lexington and Frankf ort. T. F. Kiff has established a Sons of Temperance lodge at Minerva with thirty five members. . - . t Thoiias A. Davis has goao to Bell County, this State, to help " boom " the thriving little village of Pinoville. Weal Lkach, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Shultz Leach, has accepted a posi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 3 February 1888

ANTI-SOCIALIST EDICTS. THE EFFECTS THEY WILL HAVE GERMANY. IN Evicted Tenant to be Reinstated. Dublin, Feb. 3. Tho tenantry on tho Countess of Kingeton's estate ut Mitchells town, where numerous evictions took place last autumn, havo announced their satisfac tion regarding the recent reductions in rent (fronted them, and will accept the terms. They receive '20 per cent reduction and the landlord pays the costs and the evicted ten ants will be reinstated in their old holdings. Austria After More Gun. Vienna, Feb. 3. Emperor Francis Joseph had a private confab with tho Krupps, and it is supposed that tho latter got faoino fat orders for artillery to mow down the Russians. l!urtliuuke Shock In Scotland. London, Fob. 3. A sharp Bhock of earth quake was felt in Scotland to-day. No seri ous damage is roported to havo been tho ro .tiult. The CHesupeake & Ohio. New York, Feb. 3. Tho conference is now being held betwoon President Iugalls, of tho Big Four road and O. P. Huntington. It is ...

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