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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 3 April 1883

t DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 113. MA YSVILLE, TUESDAY, APRIL:, 188:5. PRICE ONE CENT. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. The Indianapolis Evening Times has ! boon suspended. Tjik gamblers of Washington havo been driven by tlio new law over into Alexandria. it. & a DnnKNKR, of New York, hove suspended. Liabilities, $500,001); assets, 025,000. Miss M.vnv Ann Conkmno, sister of Roscoo Conkling, is dying in a hospital in Rochester, N. Y. Dn. Aliikrt Voutr.it, who wns confined in tho Covington (Ky.) jail for ubusing his family, committed suicido. A uivokckd husbnnd in Bloomington, 111., attempted to kill his wife, son and daughter whilo they were seated at tho dinner table. The Supreme Court of Illinois has held that companies are common carriers, belonging to tho same category as railroad companies. ItcroKTS received in Chicago for tho entire wheat growing region indicate thut thoro will not be more than 75 per cent, of an averago crop harvested. Miss Jennie Stall, of Lincoln, Gn., who was ...

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. — 3 April 1883

U I THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVE., APRIL b, 1883. WlTTKHM.S I The EVKNINQ DULIiKTIN Is published dully, and served Iree ol postnso nl ti.'ents per week ; ill cents per moot n; 75 cents per three months ; 91.50 per six months, and 83 per year, payable In advance. OUR AGENTS. -The following person are tlienuthorlzed ukquLs for the Daily Hoi lktin nl the places named. Contracts for subscription or advertising inny bo inntlo with them: Shannon Win, ('Jury. Winkiiva W. H. Hnwes. Mt. Oi.ivkt Peter Myers. J. A Jncknn. Kkkn Lkak Hurry Iluryovne. Okkmantown T. .1. Kncklev & Co. Wasiiinoton Mrs. Anna Thomas, 5,148. The above number represonts tho circulation, each week ol the Daily anil Wkkki.y Bulletin. Advertisers are Invited to call and assure thomselxes m the truth of the statement, and they aie requested to bear In mind thut our rn'es for advertising are the lowest. Thk municipal and township elections in Ohio occurred yesterday. Thk Louisville Legion has finally decided to remain...

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. — 3 April 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVE., APRIL 3, 1883. Tnit Weather Clerk should kindly tell What means this sudden blizzard, That strikes Iho marrow In our bones, And overturns our gizzard, l.i It the whiter or the spring, Tlmt comes upon us now. In this most unwelcome stylo What Is it anyhow T Tnn river has gotten into the cellars of Owens block on Mynll avenue. . Nkaki.y seven million bushels of coal aro coining down the river on tho present rise. - - - - TnK decayed grain on Wall street has been removed indirectly by the city. The hogs carried it off. Tukkk were 275,000 bushels of conl, together with a number of coal boats and bargeH lost by the recent fteehet at Pittsburg. Mua. Bk.v. 'Pkiucm, of Augusta, one day last week while playing with her baby, had the misfortune to break the little one's nrm. Ei.deh W. W. II.vu, will hereafter preach at Minerva on tho fourth Sunday of each month and noton the first Sunday as heretofore. Mn. J. E, Cui.u:n has bought Georgo Gates barber shop on ...

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. — 3 April 1883

I I REVOLUTIONS IMMINENT. Excitement In Paris Over th Arreat f Lonln Michel. Txnn, April 1. The greatest exoitement , prevails nmong tho members of the revolutionary factions in consequence of tho arrest of Louise Michel. No less than eleven revolutionary meetings were held, mainly in those quartcis of tho city chiefly inhabited by workmen, and nil were very largely nttended. The language used by some of the speakers was violent in the extreme. At a meeting one of tho orators declared that 5,000 men, well provided with nriim, were ready to riso in insurrection at a moment's warning. An officer of the secret police, who was present at tho meeting disguised as a workman, attempted to arrest the lost speaker, but in the fccuflle that ensued the latter was hustled away by his friends and mndo his cscnpe, while- tho mouchard wos rather roughly handled. Colonel Jlnpleson Loses $0,075. New i'oitK, April 2. iJctwecn midnight and 0 o'clock this morning thieves entered the box office of the A...

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. — 4 April 1883

i. f ; ! l I ?tErr iz " m v r ' r w i ST 7W 591 ?k TV A TT v ' J wV iC J 1 ' ' fc. !T a AJAJLJU JL JPj V Jld;i XLS 13 J Ju gat J&-I&JU j4i K& -As- VOL. 2 XO. IU. MAYSVILLE, KY., WKIKi)AV, APRIL I. Inn . I'KK'K OXK CENT. t THE NEWS IX 1JHIEF. St. Loris doctors nro preparing for a cliolcra harvest. Ella Monekin, nged ton years, nt Ohio, xvas killed while playing on a llyiug horse. SEcnr.T.vnv For.mm is suflbring fjrom weak eyes, ami is compelled to remain in a darkened room. A five year old boy in Chicago was killed by tlio cable car on Sunday. The conductor was anested. J. 1). Collyer, said to bo the son of Ilcv. Dr. Robert Collyer, of New York, is wanted in St. Louis for forgery. Tun Louisvillo Fair Association has joined the Ohio and Kentucky circuit. The curcuit opens at Louisville May 1. Ge.v. W. P. Richardson, n well known attorney of Marietta, Ohio, is lying critically ill from a third stroke of paralysis. A copi'uii mino has been discovered on the farm of William H...

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. — 4 April 1883

f f li I' THE DAILY BULLETIN. WKDXKrfDAY KVE., A PHIL 4, 1SS3. fJLsyQ&bCJxf2. V -T -- V. m - "BTl.i:V. 'lit' lU'i.i.irriN Is. published iiiiily iitMi -."i veil lre 01 post aire nt I. 't'tit'ii --'k : 2"t ci'iiix pei !iinnin;7Rcents tier Hit f" niniii" : Si.Vi per lx months, nnd ?8 nor yi "ii . i"ivtiiil In iiih'iiiKid. OUR following poisons mo tin1 imp Inn 1mI nvtuil fin the Daily Ittn. m'.tin til tlif places mimed. CnntnieN lor nilt"iili'ilon or mlvertMim may be inndo with tlu'in : W.sult. Siia.nmn YVm Clary. Mimiiv v-W II. I Inure. ilT. i i.i IVter Myers. .1. A JlU'llHiill. FniN ! ak 1! irry lluruovne (iKKMAN roWN T. .f. KlU'kli'.V A Co. Wamiixjton lr. Allllll Thomas. whf KsjA As5&J Thpnbot nuinber represents the circulation, each week ot the Daily nnd Wkkki.v ltll.l,i.iiN. AiIvertNers hid Invited to call nnd iissiue tl 01 the truth of the statement, ami they nierciinested to I ear in iniuil riiul our ra es lor Advertising are lli lowest. Ait )i'T seven thottdatnl visitors...

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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. — 4 April 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. L'lHthOXALS. UlEUDEEX ITEMS. "W&2TTS. OL4ItA. IIUUSK. WEDNESDAY EVE, APRIL 4, 1S83. Joints About People Here and .1 It. Heiinlngton,ol Vnucebiug, was here r Kood wmJ hand t i fc V f i V" 6 last .Monday. &9A A ) 1 I I a cbluken loos', dot; alt 2T ? aire ' Xunt.u spec tei cliiben mulejesby Iwlstlii' 1 hi" tall. Not to pick tlie lock oblliuhcii w.ld 11 lusty Milnule null. Tin: liver is fiilltnjj mpidly to-day. m Miss Julia A. Hunt, the well known and popular young actress, has engaged the Opera House and will appear there on Wednesday, the 11th inst., in tho " Pearl of Savoy." Her friends in Mays-ville will be sure to give her a cordial reception. Hit. Thomas Lally of the Mill Creek, neighborhood has just sold three crops of tobacco grown by himself and tenants, to Proctor & Collins of Mt. Cannel. The first brought $13 and a premium of So as the best crop. The second brought $lo with the exception of a small lot which brought $3.30. The third sold for $1...

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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. — 4 April 1883

Tint ltcsult at CiiM'liiiiiid. Ci.sti.nnati, April 3. Tlio contest here ycstculay was bitterly fought, and tho vote unusttnlly large. Tho returns are nil in, excepting Precinct C, of tho First Wnr.l, ami the following nro tho figured: For .Mayor, Stephens (Dcni.) W.023; (Ren.) fatephens majorltv 2,807. ' Superior Judge (short term). II. D. Peck (l)eni.) 22.8.17 Worthiugton (Rep.) 22,700; Peck's majority !". Superior Jtuige.( long term), Judson (Dem.) 25,12'J; A. M. Warner (Hep.) 20,900; Iliirmon's majority d.ltio. Jlioanl of Public Woiks, F. Springineier, (Deni.) 22,100; Henry Kurb. (Hep.) 22,3.37 ; Springmeier's majority, 123. Comptroller, T. J. Mulvihill. (Dem.) 20,078: Jl O. Ihclby, (Hep.) 23,5i3f Ushelby's majority, 2,805. City lieasuier, u. L. Hcrancourt, (l)cm.) 23,070 Win. Uoctigcr, jHep.) 21,252; majority, 2,12. City Solicitor, J. 51. Dawson, (Pem.) 23,-391; J. 1). 5Iacneale, (Hep.) 21,011; Daw-eon's majority, 1,410. Judge Police Court, A. It. Von MiirtoN. (Pom.) 2.J.087; Jo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 5 April 1883

I DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 115. MAYSVILLE, KY TUTRDAY, APRIL :. Ss:j. PRICE ONE CENT. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Thkiik is still plenty of snow and good sleighing in Camilla. Vi.nce.nnks, Ind., and St. Louis, aro both Buffering from a smallpox scare. M. B. Putt kins & Co, of Canton, Ohio, stationers and book sellers, havo failed. Thr Jennnetto Bonrd of Inquiry havo closed their labors and will render their report. Eiimnoton Jinction, a village near Warsaw, Wis., lias been almost entirely destroyed by firo. Woiik on tlie Potomac flats, at Washington is to be pushed with vigor as soon as the weather will permit. Joh.n Muitt'iiv, n printer, and James Leonard, a moulder, were killed by a freight train near Alliance, Ohio. At Helena, Mont., Henry Fuhrmnnn has. been sentenced to hang May 2 for the murder of his Jacob Kench. Instructions; " how to use explosives " from O'Donovan Rossa, wero found upon the person of Donnis Dcasy, arrested in Ireland last Thursday. Tub President hni de...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 5 April 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. TIIUKSDAY KVK.. APRIL 5, 1883. vs. KVKSINO HULI.KTIN Is published tliiilv, iiikI served Iron ot puxtiutt nt I runts per week ; cents per iiiontl:7rcM)tx per three mouths; $l."iO per six tnonlhs, ami S3 pur year, payable In advance. OUR following poisons are tiiLMiuilioilzi'd iments for the D.ut.Y Hin. i. f.tin at the pinci's named. Contracts for or ndveitlsliiK may he nmdo with thorn: ; W.Httlt. Sua n.non Wm Clary. MIJ.BUVA W. H. Ilawiw. Mt. Oiivi'T Peter Myers. A Jackson. Tikn IjFak Hurry Hurpovne. Gkumantown T. J. Kackley & Co. Washington Mis. Anna Thomas. fii48f Thonbove number the each week ol thi Daily and Wkkki.y r.Ui.i.KTiN. Advertisers are Invited to call nml Hnre themselves ol the truth ol the state. nent, and they me requested to hear In mind that our ru es for advertising aro the lowest. Hon. Caktkii Harrison was re-elected Mayor of Chicago. Gr.s. Grant has been elected president of the American Wile Association. Tun Ohio Legislature has indefinite...

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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. — 5 April 1883

latest Designs In Wall Paper and Window Shades at MORRISON & KACKLEY'S. THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVE., APRIL 5, 1883. W Tub ciaveniul reverend t Ity Dads, . This very Thuisdiiy night, Will solemn council meeting hold At early cumllu light. A chull will be among tlioni there With pencil and with ntul, To noto Ihu solemn wisdom of Our eily Lime Kiln Club. BOY WANTED. A smart, intelligent boy to learn tho printing business. Apply at this office. Tiik city council will mud this evening. Skcond street extension, which was badly worn during the winter, is being: mended. Ai.ick Oati:s and company will present " Mtiscotte " at the Opera Houso this evening. Don't forget it. . Mis. I'atmck Jim:r.x is tho champion fence builder of East Maysville. He has lately done some very net work there. Tiik man who lias to move and can't get a house is in a (inandary, and there are several such persons in town this week. A pam. of a substance resembling sul- phur is reported to have taken place on...

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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. — 5 April 1883

i I B NEW FEATURES. Doner KelatcM Gurflclil'n l'romlnic to ltoiince JnmcH and .McVcnjrli. Washington, April 4. will never end. Tho prosecution concluded tbo cross-examination of Dorsey last night, whereas everybody was giving them all tho week. At one or two place-the testimony grew interesting, though tor tho most part it was of a dry, routine character, consisting of minuto details, th forco of which is only perceptible to the attorneys, and ofton enough not to them savo with a largo microscope. For instance, the nudienco was all attention when J)orsey told hold Miss Springnmn was appointed to a clerkship in ono of the departments in 1881, on his recommendation, and how ho went to his inncho in Mexico beforo tbo appointment was made out, and Rerdcll got it nnd took it to her, and uftcrwnrd how this creature wrote vilo letters to her, which letters wero in the possession of thewitness. The Government didn't, call for them. The interview with Kordcll at tho Albemarle Hotel, Now York...

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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. — 6 April 1883

DAILY E VENINO BULLETIN VOL. 2 NO. 110. MAYSVILLE, KV., FRIDAY, APRIL (I, 188)5. PRICE ONE CENT. Jrlli liliMlLlN IN PERIL A Largo JHno Discovered Con. nectins Therewith. A renin ii I'nrlory round In I'hU Operation-Socialist Doiinccd from Dcnimtrlc. Itttsnltt. Frankfort, April 5. Tlio Gazette 'publishes a telegram from Moscow, stating that a large mino Las been discovered connecting with tho Kremlin, whero tlio coronation of tho Czar is to tako place. The telegram also states thnt a request has been wired to St. Petersburg for 100 sappers to bo sent at once to Moscow for the purpose of destroying tho mine. Franco. Tauis, April 5. Madame Louise Michel has written a letter to tho Intransigents with reference to her examination by the Judge of Instruction. She denies having any knowledge of tho men who gave evidence against her, and declares that she is turpriscd at being charged with inciting tho pillage of the baker shops. General Millen, tho 'well known Irish soldier and Fenian leade...

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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. — 6 April 1883

I 4 'I f THE DAILY BULLETIN. FRIDAY EVE.. APRIL 0. 1883. 3?fej KTThHMs : The Kvknino Hui.i.ktin Is ubilslied ilaily, and served Iroc of pottage nt H cents pur week ; i'i cents pit month; 73 cenN uer three months; 51.50 per hIx months, and $) per year, payable In advance. OUR AGENTS. -The following persons are tlieamlioil.'sl agonts for the Daily Bur, LETi.v ut the place named. Contincts lor subscription or advertising may be made vlth them: Saudis-1'. W.sutt. biiAN.NoN Win Clary. MinfhVA W. H. Ha wet. Mt. .Myers. J. A Jackson. Fkkn Lkak Harry Ilurgoyne, .1. Knckloy Jc Co. Washington Mrs. Anna Thomas. loT'imjeO' 5,148. The above number represnnts the each week ol the Daily and Wkkki.y Bfi.LETls. Advertisers are Invited to call and usure themselves ol the truth of the MUtemcnt, and I hey aio requested to bear In mind that our raes for advertising aro the lowest. Tiiuiimax, of Ohio, has hud 1 U arm broken by a fall. Ferocsos, theilefuultiiu! Louisville tax collector, has been taken to ...

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. — 6 April 1883

Latest Designs in Wall Paper and Window Shades al MORRISON & KACKLEY'S. THE DAILY BULLETIN, j FRIDAY EVE., APRIL 0, 1883. And still they gazed, n And still thu wonder grew, That such a little towu should hold Thu ashes that they threw. And broadorgiow tlie great Kiirpil.se When people enme to see, That coitnln solid men were astced, If this here ought to be. BOY WANTED. A smart, intelligent boy to loam tho printing business. Apply at this ofiQ.ee. TitK peach trees are in bloom. A quantity of tobacco has been sold recently in Bracken county for fifteen cuius irom me ground up. Mas. Jacou Dii.ch, colored, died suddenly of hemorrhage of the lungs yes-day afternoon. The members of the Committee on Ashes can hereafter attach B. A. to their respective names, which means Big Ashman. Chicken thieves took advantage of tho dark and stormy weather last night nnd carried off about a dozen chickens from Col. J. B. Noyes' hennery. Da. J. C. Wills, who died n few clays ago atOwingsvillo, was a...

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. — 6 April 1883

i i EMvCTlON KUTUKN. f Chicaoo, April A. The i count iinlic'H'8 that Carter Harrison, Democrat. Mayor by 8,000 majority, ami the remainder of the city ticket by leiliucl majorities, except O'Connor, candidate for City Treasurer, who I jnobaliy elected. Si'hisolikld, Ttt., April 4. 1 he olioiitn in this city parsed oil quietly joMenliy. The Citirens' nominee for Mayor ami oiuer oflicers were elected over by majorities ranging from 10 to TOO. 'I lie Democrats elect four out of seven Alder men. Kansas Citr, April 4. The DetimeraH j elected Jiunei Uinon .Mayor, ami me the city ticket except Auditor, which is yet in doubt. The Republicans and Democrats each elect three Councilineu. Council now itatids seven llepublic.ins, live Democrats. The Sew Post Minster (Sonoriil. I.ndiaxai'olh, April 5. Judge Greshnra , ... f... !.. 1T.i.vii0n nnnnlir ... flita ' was uurn at v,uji "" ..j, ....? State, and is just fifty-three years old. lie was a member of the State Legislature in 1860, and went int...

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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. — 7 April 1883

DAILY EVEN! NG BULLETIN VOL. 2 NO. 117. MAYSVILLE, KV., SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 188:5. PRICK ONE CENT. TJIJ3 NEWS IN BRIEF. Sechetajiy FoiOEa's health is improving. Violent earthquakes aro reported from ' 'edara. Sicily. Tub President will probably remain in , tlio South a month. ' SKcnETAKY Chandler nccompani cd tlio President on his Southern trip. Tin: Georgia Democratic Stnto Convention occurs Tuesday, April 10. The proposed French cavalry maneuvers have been abandoned because of their cet. It is rumored that tho Cabinet is tr bo reorganized, and that a Southern man .o to go in. " Blue Ilon.v, the Sioux Indlnnjif Dakota, is to have a glass eye at the expense of the Government. Nearly 800 sailing vessels from the South were- brought into New York yesterday by a favoring brcoze. ' James M. Simmons, one of the assassins nf General Tucker, at Okolona, Miss., has been sentenced to be hanged. The Marion Trust Company, cf Indianapolis, has been pronounced a fraud by tho Acting Postmaster Gen...

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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. — 7 April 1883

!: i ' TlfE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY KVK.. APRIL 7, 1883. ;Sgj "" khms -'! he "Evknino IU'm.kti.nTs published dally, and served tree of nostiiiji! nl u cents per week ; i") centK per iuntitli;75 cents' per thiee months ; Sl.."0per six months, and ?:tper year, (Livable In advance "OUR 1'Iie"?oTlovlFi:"lu'TsolTs nitttiiuniitliniUtil aaents for the Daily Hiti, LRTIN at the places named, Contracts lor or udveitMng may be mado with tiiem: Saudis I'. V. Suit. Sii.vN.NoN Win. Clary. Minkhva W. II. Hawe. Mt, oi.ivkt l'Dter Myers. .1. A Jackson. Fkiin Lkak Harry Hiirgoynp. .1. ICiickley ,t Co. Washington Mrs. Anna Thomas. The above number represents the circulation, each week ol tho Daily and Wkkkly Uum.ktin. Advertisers aro Invited to catl and assure themselves oi the ti nth of the statement, and they nie leq nested to hear In mind that our m es for advertising nro tlii lowest. Gen. .7. K. Haiink?, late Surgeon General of the army, died on the 5th inst., at Wafhinuton. The Mississippi river...

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. — 7 April 1883

latest Designs in Wall Paper and Window Shades al MORRISON & KACKLEY'S. THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVE., APRIL 7, 1883. l&iiwf " nkiuikr wlilttlo out yo' fortlu' fum ilo empty codllsh box, Kusedo chaps Is alius safest wot It In stun'de hardest knocks. Alius cut do rlpos' clover wen lie grass Is damp wld ilew; Alius sabo do vllcs' sinner 'bout do bes' comp nieotlu' pew. BOY WANTED, A smart, intelligent boy to loam tho printing businoss. Apply at this offlco. "Whknenkr a business man quits advertising his customers quit him as rats leave a sinking ship. Mns. Roimnson's loss by the burning of her barn near Mayslick, recently, was about 4,000. It was not insured. Mi.ssus. C. T. Knki:ui:am ifc Co.. have just received a fresh supply of the best Pomery coal. All orders promptly filled. Mi:ssrs. A. R. Glascock & Co. aro oponing a very handsome stock of spring goods, selected in New York recently by Mr. D. Rico Bullock. Tin: landslide betweeu Ewing andj Coman Station which dela...

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. — 7 April 1883

p I.olln Will Ilrtlre. St. Louis, April 0. Lotta, who Is, perhaps, the greatest favorite now before the public, is about to retiro from the stage. Bhe promises that the retirement will be only temporary, but those who have seen the little lady act during the past few seasons, and who arc ablo to appreciate the FcriouBneps of the vocal troubles that she lias been obliged t'o contend ngainst, have reason to fear that they have looked upon this theatrical and heard tho charming tones of her voice for tho last time. .Mrs. M. A. Craltiee, in a letter to Theatrical .Mumper Pope, of this city, announces the fact tlmt her daughter, whoso full name, which U nlmost as big as herself, is Lottu Mignon Crabtree, will not play for two years, but will spend that time in Europe, and scek medical treatment for the restoration of her voice. Lotta's letiicmcnt will conic at a comparatively early ago. If the statement of her friends can be accepted, she was born No ember 7, 1817, at No. 7U Uroft'Jwny, ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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