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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 14 April 1883

DAILY EVENING LLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 123. MAYSVLLLE, KY., SATURDAY, APRIL H, 188.5. PRICE OXK CENT. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. - Sirmo Bull lias been converted to tlio Catholio faith. A slight shook of earthquake is reported from Cairo. 111. The striko of tlio Cincinnati continues. Twelve lirsMiitED cigars-makers in New York City nre on a strike. Philip Shout, of Armada, Mich., whs horribly mangled by u buzz-saw. It is stated tlint many arrests arc daily made in Ireland thiougli personal malice. J. II. Willing, a Louisville drtumner, Buicided' 'at Lincoln, 111., by the morphine route. Johnson Zeiter of Cloveland, Ohio, blowed his head on" with a filly-five caliber revolver. Great distress provails in the Highlands of Scotland, the people-being on the verge of starvation. Tub St. Louis nominates McDonald as a strong Democratic uuudidate for tho Presidency. An interesting decision ha been rendered as to the owncrship'oftho dead by Judge Knickerbocker, nt Chicago. The thrco children of Daniel Prat...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 14 April 1883

h ) J THE OAIIA " BULLETIN. SATURDAY KVK.. APRIL 14, 1883. Teums 'The KVKKINO IlUU.KTtN Is published iluily, ami served tree of i)ostno nt fceent per wreU;!T cents per month; 75 cents per m rev iiiouiii ; ji.ou per su muiiwm.uiui S3 per ear, pavnbleln advance. OUR following peions nie tiieuuthnilred nent fortlie Daily llui. i.etin at the places inunvd. Contracts for subscription or iulettlsln may be tnnde with them: W.Sult. Shannon Win. Clary. Mineiiva W H. Hawes. Mt. Oi.ivKr I'eter Myers. A Jackson. Ffiin Lkaf Harry Huruovne. ISei:ma;tow.n T. J. Kncklov A Co. Wasiiinoti x Miss Anna Thomas. '-.,,i tiiWf 0JL0 iMatHgf The aim ve number represents tho t!on. encl. week ot the Daily nnd Wkkkly ! Ktn.i.KTis. Advertisers nie Invited to call I and assiiie themselves oi the truth of the i Mntemont, niul thej arcieouested tobenr lu mlndMiat out ia es foi ...Iveithlng nro thr j pWMWI fWIIWIHHIMLTiyH rr n , Poktund Okkoov chnrycs SS00 for liquor licences and the result is an idle IKjIice force ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 14 April 1883

W. C. RICHESON, Dealer in Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, TnE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVE., APRIL 14, 1883. fSimftt Tjik cigar boys nurAit the town, All wear n tunltc to-day( lieciuiKC, you see. the fntes decree. They'll get their extra pay, The Bulletin congratulates, And wishes best of luck ; And may they llvo a thousand yenrs The striken and tho struok. "IlAZEI, KlltKK." A charming picture ni,.t,ifnl i of domestic life. I '. "7", 7T . I Lexington i8 now lighted bv twenty- I fivn electric burners. I Hemp i3 quoted at $4.0-3 nt Lexington, , , , . . , , ,. ' and the crop is said to be very fine. I . , . S. H. Uakiiett & Cos. circus will ex-, hibit in Maysvillo on Monday, May 7th. ' """"T""" . ." . The mercury registered eighty-seven degrees in the shade yesterday afternoon., .. . "Hazel Kiiikk." A domestic drama, i ..... .... ... direct in its simplicity, unerring ill its, pathos. The iron front for Dr. Moore's business house on Second street arrived today. It is to be put up immed...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 14 April 1883

' I'OOR MARK8HGN. An Killtnr nncl Printer Nliootlnsr nf , i:nch Otlirr AVIio Couldn't, on 1'iiir Trial, lilt ilie .Mite of a Bnrn. Pine Bluff, Ark., April 18. Arthur Murray, editor of the nnd A. D. Wright, late a compositor on that j aper, Indulged in a street duel last evening. An tirticlo in the denounced Wright as a cowardly traduccr and hypocritical scoundicl, and an ur.Berupuloiw liar, Wright was on the pavement of tlio postoflice as Murray approached from tlio south side. When Murray was about midway of the street Wright rapidly advanced, and when within a foot or two of the former fired over the shoulders of Rev. l)r. Drowning, pastor of the MothodiHt Church, who was between him and his antagonist. Murray promptly returned the fire over tho other shoulder of tlio minister, and pushed him aido, mid endoavored to fire a second time, but tho cylinder of his pistol declined to do duty. Wright foil buck gradually, tiring, and about this time the police both parties. Wright fired t...

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. — 16 April 1883

t I tflti DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. .' t .A ' ' VOL. 2 NO. 124. MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, APRIL 1(1, 18813. PRICE ONE CENT. TClio Jrcal Flro nt Iiitqnc, New York, April 10. Panama says: Tlie llro at Iquiquo de- .stroycd ten blocks.. Tlio fire did not reach Iho' business portion of the city, stopping at tho jnurkot place. All tlio offices, depots ol tho railways, tho parish church, the Fourth of July Hotel, cable companies' offices, nnd private dwellings of .Messrs. Loayzn, Jameson, Dawson Carvallo, James, Massurdo, Carlos, Gallagher, nnd a of others burned to the ground. It is paid a vast nmoiint of property rescued from the burning buildings was stolen, The losses are estimated at $1,500,000; insured. Five hundred families arc- rendered less. The principal theater at Lima burned down on tho night of tho loth of .March. A ,Jargo crowd had lett tho theater only a short time before the lire broke out. Two 'firemen wcro fatally injured. Tho theater was lnunicipabproperty. Smallpox in Imllu...

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. — 16 April 1883

!: I t THIS DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVE., APRIL 10, 1883. sTkkms : The Evening Bulletin i published tlnlly, undperved iree of postutfe nt urents per week ; 2." cents per month; 75 cents "per tlirco months ; 81.50 per six months, and M per year, payable In advance. OUR AGENTS. The following persons are thoauthnilzed agents forthe Daily Hur, lltin nt the places named. Contracts for tuibscriptlon or adveitlMni: inny be innde with them: W.Sult. Shannon Win. (.Mary. P. Horry. MlMKKVA W. I. HnWes. Jli, Omvkt Peter Myers. A Jackson. P. Tolle. Mr. Cakmki T. A. Henderson. Fkkn Lkak Hurry BurKoyue. Gkiimantown T. J. Kucklby A Co. Wa&iiinoton Miss Anna Thomas. o91j93 The above number represents the circulation, each week ot the Dailv and Wkkkly Buli.ktin. Ad vei Users nro invited to call and assure themselves ot the truth of the .statement, and they aie requested to bear In mind that our 1 1 es for advertising arc the lowest. The new Opera House at Frankfort is tc cost about ,., . It is tho...

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. — 16 April 1883

W..C. RICHESON, Dealer jn Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, TIIE bAiILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVE., APRIL 16, 1883. y ft lfl?M. That pushing, driving Salomon, We nil know years ago, Has come to town and Bays t6 uh Our progress Is too slow. The much abused and old tlino gas Ho tlilnks should seek its hole, And wo should have thotowu Illumed, By lightning on a polo. Green pens havo appeared in market. The spring fever has reached Maysville. m The cigarmnkers resumed work to-day. . We have had several days of good gardening weather. There is an evident want of a first-class case hall club in Maysville. All the boats had a? much business as they could attend to last week. Josiaii Penny, of Manchester, has bought this season over eighty thousand pounds of leaf tobacco. I The Grand Army Post, of Chester, we are informed, will observe the National Decoration Day in this city. ' The Daily Bulletin will bo sent to j any address, postage paid, for twenty-five I cents a month or three dollars a year. A g...

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. — 16 April 1883

: THE NEWS IN BRIEF. .t'GENKKAL' Diaz Las rcturnctiyq;NoTT York. Fit an k M. Jones, a calker, suicided in Ft. Louis by shooting. i The new postal money order rntcs will go into effect September 8. ' The new two-cent postage btninp will bear the vignette of Washington. RoiiEtiT Masxey was hanged Iridny at Fort Smith, Ark. Jns. K. ltobiubon ia hanged at Carrollton, Miss. Joiix J. Jennings, the St. Louis reporter who entered a lion's don and was uttiicked by tho beasts, is recovering. The first cotton factory in Wisconsin was opened Thursday, at Sboboygan Fulls. It gives employment to 600 people. The cannibal, Alfred 0. Fnckcr, on trinl nt Denver for murdering his five companions in 1872, and eating of their has been found guilty. At Leavenworth, Kan., while playing with a revolver, which lie didn't know was loaded, Knos Alliance, aged ten, fatally tliot his biothcr Alfred, aged four. Wat! m IIeup, of New York, says : " 1 am willing to mutcn Mike Donovan to fight Mitchell, tho English ...

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. — 17 April 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 125. MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 188)5. PRICE ONE CENT. CAN SUCH THINGS XIE? Hnndny School FoIUn Charced with Fraud, nnd n Tonner 31 nn Whoso Heart la to bo Shattered. Chicago, April 10. Tho publishers of tho announco that a Sunday issuo will bo commenced next Sunday. They essayed a Sabbath sheet several years go, but lost money on tho scheme. Later on tho proprietors submitted tho question to a vote of its subscribers whether a ft Sunday paper should bo issued. Tho Sunday school folks packed tho ballots, or rather mails', with bogus letters nnd postal cards from all parts of the country, stating objections to tho proposition, and voting against tho desecration of tho Sabbath, henco tho Sunday paper did not appear. Now it is alleged that William Pcnn Nixon, the desires to disgust young J. C. Griggs, jr., who lias obtained possession of considerable stock in tho pnper, and threatens to seize the management. Griggs is a Sunday school young man...

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. — 17 April 1883

!ii THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVE.. APRIL 17, 1883. MTkkmh : The Evkkisq Hum.ktin is published dally, and served tree of postage nl 0 cents per week ; 25 cents pur month;75 cents pur three months ; S 1 .50 por six months, and S3 pur year, payable In advance. OUR AGENTS. -The following persons are theauthoilzed auents forthe Daily Hul lktin at the places named. Contracts for subscript Inn or adveitNlnn may be made Willi them : Saudis-P. W. Suit. Shannon Win. t'lary. LKWfHiMio K. I'. Heiry, MlNKUVA NV. H. Hawes. Mt. OLivhT Peter Myers. MaysliokI. A Jackson. OKAKOHIIlMiO R. P. Tolle. Mt. Cakmkl T. A. Henderson. Fkhn Lkai' -Harry Hurgovne J. Kucklev A- Co. Wash inoton Mls Anna Thomas. AkS'O Tho above number represents the circulation, each wick t the Daily and Wkkkly Htri.LKUN. Adveitlsers mo invited to call find assure themselves ot the truth of the statement, ninl they a roren nested to lenrlu mind that our rules lor advertising are Hit lowest. Sau'hi is announced for two concerts a...

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. — 17 April 1883

W, C. RICHESON, Dealer, n Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVE., APKIL 17, 1883. "GuS? A stiiekt railway, doetric lights, And other things wo soo, Seems thut this sleepy town of our's, Ain't what it used to bo. The fact Is veiy well assured, And plainer day by day, Thntnll the heads, IluvesuroJy moved away, TnK professors should now enjoy a boom. Rkad tho new advertisements in the Bui.i.utin to-day. The prospects for a good crop of fruit ! this season are very fluttering. m Now is the time to clean up your premises. It should bo thoroughly done. .Tons Wiikki.kii is offering fresh fish to-day at eight and ton cents a pound. Economically inclined people will find some very good "Kentucky Brussels" carpet at Hunt & Doyle's. Tm: perennial prosperity of " Hazel j Kirke' would seem to urguo that our children will have at Ipnat.ono good, pure plav to witness. I I - Riciiit Rr.v. Jonx Twuui, Bishop of the Pittsburg Diocese of the Catholic Church, I has been sticke...

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. — 17 April 1883

THE NEWS IN BRIEF. A T)TnnrTivK wind storm is reported from Nobrmka. Tub Chicago is to begin tlio publication of a Sunday edition. Bernard Rosentiel, a retired St. Louis journalist, suicided by taking arsenic. John Wood, a Wisconsin pugilist, wants i io right anybody in Wisconsin for &1,0(K). ' Frank Hudson, a member of the Jamas i pang, has been captured at Junesburo, Ten n. M.vnr Jane and Samuel Young, at line, Ta., aro under arrest for intudetiug a brother. Exolisii detectives art. on 'their way to the United Suites with a view of discovering "Number One." Violent storms arc reported from Arkansas, in which several lives were lost and much properly destroyed. Oil lias been found on the Arkansas river near Canon City, Coi, the wells giving every prospect of an abundant How. Mus. Knminii Iaiuiadikr, of i!M Harrison street, liiooklyn, suicided by taking oxalic acid beennso of disappointment iu love. Jh?E Campmill murdered William Sake and his wile near Decatur, Alu., with un nx....

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. — 18 April 1883

'177. DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 12(5. MAYSVILLE, KY., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. ft r . ,TJIK NEWS IN JSIUEF. . . Bishop Twitiii, of Pittsburg, is reported V. .1. 0 w.i,Arini:n, n Chicago newspaper man, is dead. Pviimii.l says he shall be pleased to visit .V'uerieii net lull. I.ndi v vioi.is reported three cases of smallpox yclordny. evicted farmers have arrived at Philadelphia trum li eland. Two ehihlrcn were burned to death in a diy goods bos at fort Worth, Texas. Tiirki: boarders were burned to death in ft boarding-home at Albion, Iowa. Mns. Omvkk 1'. MutTt.v, who is in Europe, is expected to return next month. Rev. T. J. Matiieup, of Yankton, was found in tho streets of Council Blufl's a raving maniac. Over 20,000 workmen at Marseille have gone on a strike, caused mostly by the appeals of Mine. Pauline Menck. Emancipation Dat was celebrated with unusual ppirit at Washington, OO.OUO colored pcoplo turning out on the occasion. Mns. Ann Sillivan, tho keeper...

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. — 18 April 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY BVE.. APRIL 18, 1883. Tekmh The Kvkhinq Bulletin is published dally, and served Iree or postage at 8 cents per week ; 'i"i cents per month; 75 cents per three months ; 31.30, per six mouths, nnd W per year, payable In advance. OUR AGENTS. -The followltiK porsons nre the Minimized usjonts for the Daily Huij lktin at the places named. Coptracts for subscription or advertising may be made With them: .Shannon Wn. t'lnry. Lt:wwm'imj K. I. Berry. U. Huwe. Mt.Oi.ivkt Peter Myers. Maysi.ickJ. A .Inckson. Okamikhimio It. I'. Tolle. Slack's l. (V-M. V. Mornn. Mr. Cakmkl T. A. Henderson. Fkhn Lkak Hurry liurnoyne. llKUMA.NTOWN T. J. KnckleV A Co. . .. i hnm.k. M Ilu A niin '1'liitmnu AtUliM H". -.11 m rtilHH iiiuiiiuni mt 5,198; The above number represents the circulation, each week ot the Daily nnd Vki;ki.y IIulli:tik. Advertisers nre Invited to call and themselves ol the truth ol the statement, and they mo rcoupstcil to bear In mind that our i:i e.s for advertis...

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. — 18 April 1883

vt W. C. RICHESON, Dealer in Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY EtR, AtPRZIv 18,-1883. Wk want Hay to brother Huff, And to hi workmen nil, To do thoir work nibstRlncorly, For whisky's In Unit wall. And any man desorve.s a crack, Upon his ugly mug, Who Is tlio can nq of spilling out. Tho whisky In that Jug. Tun coal fleet started from Pittsburg on Sundav. Hatk you secured your seats for Hazel Kirke to-night? Tiik farmers are very much behind with their spring work. . . Mr. B. F. II uhf, who is removing tho market house building, expects to finish the work Roy S. Ci.l'kk, proprietor of a livery stable and a grocery store, at Lexington, hns made an assignment. Our. friends at Lewisburg can obtain the Daily I)ui.i.i:rix from Mr. E. P. Berry, who is our agent at that place. "Pat Rudy" is the name given by tho "Washington Fire Company to their handsome new hook and ladder truck. Tin: trouble about the pistol in Kentucky is that it doesn't shoot at both ends. In many...

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. — 18 April 1883

A SUNDAY SHOOTING. A Drunken Cnroun Thnt Mny End In One Ifnii'n Death. Hamilton, 0., April 17. On Sumlny afternoon party of four wood-choppers, jiametl Henry Farley, William Harrison, nnd two brothers named Smith, who all claim Clover Bottom, Jackson county, Ky. ns their home, wero at the village of Symtncs' Corner, loitering and drinking. About 1 o'clock, Smith and Farley began a quarrel, nnd the latter drew a revolver, pointing it at ono of the Smiths, and threatening to shoot. Harrison, seeing the trouble, went out and endeavored to quiet them. As he advanced to Farley the lattor told him to como no furthor or ho would fire, but Harrison still advanced, and told him not to ehoot. Farley waved his pistol about with drunken indecision, but suddenly straightened his arm and fired directly at Harrison. The ball entered the body about two inches antorior to the point of tho right hip, ranging downward nnd across the bowels. Farley, seeing the mischief he had done, started to run ncros...

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. — 19 April 1883

u h THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Bknatou Thuiiman's arm is getting Indianapolis it badly frightened ovei 110 BHiaiipOX. Ohio minors will bold a convention In Columbus, May 1. Tub Supremo Court of Ohio is in session at Columbus. A miakrman, named Pollock, was killed near Wcllsvillo, 0. A BKVKiiK earthquake is reported from Ccntrul America. PiinMniiNT AuTiiun is expected to rcacl Lome Saturday. Hcim Most, tho Socinlist and agitator, is In Washington. Baker Bony, a Chbago saloon-keeper suicided by drowning, John Mukray, of 128 River street Cleveland, suicided by shooting. Mns. Hnrruv, an invalid widow in Rust county, Ind., suicided by hanging. The Ohio Legislature will probably not adjourn before Saturday or Monday. Thk Mississippi river is high and doinj considerable damage in ami about Helena Daniel T. Beatty has been olectc.l to his fifth term as Mayor of Washington, N. J. Pr.orosiTio.vs lo abolish swearing ii Court aro under disoussion in England, Prance, Spain and Italy. f Tun body of Miss ...

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. — 19 April 1883

' f x THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY KVK.. A1MHL 19, 1883. : The Evening 11umetin Is published dully, ami served iree or postage at u pontH per week ;ii1 cents per month; 75 routs per three month : Sl0 per six months, ami 83 per i ear, piiynhle In ndvance. OUR AGENTS. -Tho following persons are tlio minimized agonts for the Daily Hut, J.RTIM al the planes pained. Contracts for HUbscrlpttnn or advet Using may be nuule with them : W.Sult. hhav.non Win. Clary. LKWiflituitfJ K. I. Berry. Minkkva W. H, llawes. Mt. Olivkt Peter Myers. MAYSMCKr. A .faokson. Oua.no P. Telle. quack's P. O.-M. V. Mornti. .Mt. Cakmei. T. A. Henderson. Kkkn Lkak Harry Kurgnvni Uehm antownT. J. Kitckley & Co. Washington Ml-s Anna Thomas. 7m:. SwWSl 3 h : MP? J A The above number representH tho circulation, each wtek ot the Daily and Wf.mci.y Bui.LKTiN. Advertisers aro Invited to call and assure themselves ot the truth of tho statement, ami they aie wiurMcd to hear In mind that our m es for advertising are th-l...

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. — 19 April 1883

The Latest Novelties in PARASOLS and SUN UMBRELLAS. 1,000 UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS at 5Qc.65c,75c.: THE DAIJLY BULLETIN. THURSDAY 'EVfi., AtKlU 19, 1&83. Eveky tlmo a brlak gofo down, Or whoti a timber falls, Our heart beats quick, because, you know, Tliore'H whisky In tho walls. We haven't got solicitude For relic or for. token j Wo only have the earnest hopo That brown Jug won't bo broken CoorEii'a attorneys will ask for a new trial. FiiEtaiiTs by rail and river are as low as the most exacting could expect. .Col. R. S. Stuadkk, of Lexington, will j start autuo.jaces at tho meeting in May. o Rev. S. H. Ciiesteu, of Cliarlotle, N. 0., will preach nt tho Baptist Church next Sunday morning and evening. All, arc invited. j Sixteen thousand pounds of tobacco belonging to "W. A. Logan, of Nicholas county, were recently destroyed by fire. The loss was $1,500. Tun jury in the Cooper case stood at ono time five for murder in the first degree and seven for manslaughter. They had the case under...

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. — 19 April 1883

ii- tl it, 1M pwttarfaigiriyfa WITHOUT CAPITAI,. A Wildcat IimnritBcc Company Ih MUxonrl lhnt is to be Snmmnrlljr N(inrlcliMl. Br. Louis, April 18. C. P. Ellerts, of St. Louid, attorney of the State Insurance Department, is about to begin proceedings gainst the Mutual Benefit Association, of Setlalia, for nttempting to carry on tho lifo insurance business in violation of the State laws. This company was organized in January, and almost immediately fell under the condemnation of tho Insurance Department. Superintendent Williams says: 'It is, in pluin English, a lifo insurance company without capital, and has no nu. tbority to do business in Missouri. I own leaflet condemns it. It puts tho tota! oxtremo cost of membership at S'JUO, ami yet at tho end of ten years for $230 pain thoy promiso to glvo you $1,000. The experience of centuries proves this to bo impossible. No lapses can fill this gap. The wholo history of lifo insurance in this oountry and Europe- proves tho fallacy of Buch ...

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