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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 10 May 1883

DAILY EVENING BU LLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 145. MAYSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1883. PIUCE ONE CENT. Movemcute Over tlio Water. Tho False Prophet Stirring Up Arab Faiuiticism. Cnnlllct Hctuccn Iilsinnrclt nnd Iho ItcicliNtnt; -Lord DniTerin'n .Mission a t'iiiliirci:tif;liiml Will Not lit. ' Btrlct Our Cattle Trade. Cairo, May 9. Tho emissaries of tlio False Prophet are again busily engaged in distributing a manifesto among the Especial efforts, according to lato dispatches, are being made to create uprisings against the foieigncrs. This is true here and all along tho northorn coast, but is especially truo of Tunis, where n Tory bitter feeling has been created against tho French and against the foreign Jewish cloment. To add to tho troubles of tho Fellaheen, whoso discontent deepens daily, tho cattle plaguo ban broken out in and the cattle of a whole province nro dying from a disease which the natives do not understand and can not control. The Ismail has brought suit ngainstthe Egyptian ...

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. — 10 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY KVFNING.MAY10, 1833. : The Evknino Bulletin 1 published dally, and served Iree ot postage nt 0 cents per week ;2o cents nerinontii;75 cents per thico months ; 31.50 per six months, and S3 per year, pa able In advance. OUR AGENTS. -The following persons are ttioauihoilzed audits forthe Daily Bon i.eti.v nt the places named, Contrncts for hubscrlptlon or advertising may be mntle with them: W.Klllt. Shannon Win Clary. Mr, S. HlcRlns. Lewishi'ug W. T. Horry. Minkkva W. H. llawes. Mt, Olivet Peter Myers. Helena. It. M. Harrison. MaysmckI. a .faclcon. Oranoehuho It. P. Tollo. Tuckahoe. W. L. Hollon. Slack's P. O, M. V. Moran. Kliwtllk W. H.Stewart. Fakkow'k Stoke S. T. Farrow. -Mt. Caioiel T. A. Henderson. Fkkn Lkaf Hiirrv Burgoyno MCKl'HYSVIl.LK. W. T. Toillllll. (iKUMANTown T J. Kockley & Co. Washington MM Anna Thomas. Johnson J i'nction. Scruggs it BQ. s& r The above number represents the. circulation, each week ot the Daily and Weekly r.ULLLTiN. Ad...

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. — 10 May 1883

I THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1883. "When you coino In on Monday next, To buy your spring supplies, You'll find tho prices quoted low Uy those who advertise. Wo know 'oin nil lrom first to lust, And willingly go bull, That every trndo you ninko with them Will bo nn honest sale. Mr. Elias Scuoukii will please call at the Bulletin oflice. Southern fruit is coming into Cincinnati in large quantities. The Lexington street Railway Company has received a lot of summer curs. The cars for tho street railway are expected to arrive about the 15th of June. Down with shed awnings. They are a nuisance and a disgrace to the city. Pull them down. Mu. W. X. Jones is now express messenger on the evening train to Paris, and he is a good one. Clean up your premises. Remove the rubbish as speedily as possible and give things an inviting look. Mr. A. F. Resi'kss, who is an excellent accountant, is now employed in the house of Myall, Riley & Porter. Messrs. A. C. Respkss, and Joseph...

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. — 10 May 1883

WHISKY EXPORTATION. Arriving; In Iiitrjro limntUlc t Hie. Ncnboaril. Washington, May !. Large quantitic Df whisky have reached Newport News, Virginia's new port, en routo to the This point seems to bo the most favored of tho many placci to which exportation hag been attempted. Prettynoou, however, tho warehouses tlicro will ho filled, at the rate it is now going. Where it will co next is difficult to tell, perhaps lo Canada, for under tho new regulations of tho bureau it can now be transferred Into 100-gallon packages and sent there. "I suppose that was tho object of those new TOgulations," said a prominent official Df tho Internal Revenue Bureau to your correspondent to-day. "Under them the contents of three or four barrels can be put into a cask, and then the Curia, dian laws will not prevent its importation there." " Do you think the whisky will now tend toward Canada, then 7" " 1 doubt it," he answered, " because of the cost of making tho 100-gallon packages. They would bo of no...

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. — 11 May 1883

DAILY EVMlNfef BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. H6. MAYSVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. THE LATEST FOHEION1TEWS. The French Will Tnlto tn I Kelly to Be Hanged. Paius, May 10. Conrad to-day informed the committee of tho Chamber of Deputies on tho Tonquin expedition that 4,000 or Chinese troops attacked Ha Noe, tho capital of Tonquin, March 20, but were repulsed by the French. lie also stated that Captain Kergardeo bears a letter from President Grevy informing the King of Annam that his inability to assure tho security of Tonquin compel France to establish herself definitely there. The letter advises tho King not to Tesist, and invites him to recognize the protectorate of Franco and guarantees the integrity of tho Dominions. Conrad added that the French would collect taxes in Annam and install officials devoted to Franco. The occupation of Delta, he said, would lead to the possession of tho wholo ' province. Tho committee then adopted a report in favor of the credit proposed by ...

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. — 11 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. FRIDAY BVFNIXG. MAY 11, 18S3. mtTehmh : The Kvknjno Bulletin is published dally, nnd served tree of postage at 0 Rents per week ; 2.1 conls per month; 75 cents per three months ; ?1.30 per six months, nnd 83 per year, pnynbleln ndviuicc. OUR ACENTSTThe following persons are tiienuihorlzed ugents forthe Daily Bur. i.etin nt the places named. Contracts for hubsciiptlou or advertising may be made with them : W.Sult. Shannon Wm Clarv. Mt. Gn.KAn .1. S. Hliglnx. Lewisiiuhg W. T. Berry, Minehva W. H. Hawes. Myers. Helena. K. M. Harrison. A Jackson. OiiANQPiiuun R. P. Tolle. Tuckaiioe. W. L. Hollou. Slack's P. (). M. V. Mornn. KMZAVHiT.R V. H. Stewart. Fakkow'k Stoiie S. T. Farrow. J!t. Caumel T. A. Hendprson. Fkhn Lkaf Hnrrv Burfroyn MtJM'HYSVit.i.K. W. T. Tonilln. Gkumantown T J. Kackley A Co. Washington Miss Annn Thomas. Johnson Junction. Sciuggsifc Bio. W&9 The above number represents tbo circulation, ench week of the Daily and Weekly Uullktin. Advertisers aio i...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 11 May 1883

1 vJ f THE DAILY BULLETIN. FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1883, 8 ii All tho Doubting Thomases, Will olsewhero Hud to-day, Bomo words about tbo market hortse. A good man has to say. Tho statemont mndo In black and white, All doubting mouths should close. Because, you nee, Its very plain. Your Uncle Jacob knows. Ciikstkii concert to-night. Go ! i Tug rain yesterday was badly needed and will be of much benefit to the growing crops. Tun steamer Ohio has been newly painted and overhauled, and will run this summer in tho Pomoroy trade. Mr. T. C- II. Vance, manager of tho United States Electric Light Company is organizing an association at Indianapolis. At the Kentucky Importing Company's sale of Short Horns at Lexington on tho 9th inst., thirty six head were disposed of for $14,095 ; an average of $405.70. Several persons who aro not members of the Maysville Electric Light Company have signified their intention to subscribe liberally to tho capital stock. District Conference of the Maysville Di...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 11 May 1883

h B.TijOTi . "IHiWm WHISKY MEN IN COUNCIL. Production Will 1K Rcilnrecl to UAr m m a f. o l'cr Cent, of Capacity. InDiANAroLis, Ind., May 10. The Western Export Association, composed of tlie whisky dealers of the Mississippi Valley, met in this city yesterday with about fifty distilleries represented. The object of the conference was to determine upon the continuance of the pool regulating the production of the firms represented and to consider the question of an immediate i education in production. A committee was up-pointed and reported favoring tho resolution, which was adopted as tho sense of the meeting. "Resolved, That all distillers who can do so, shall at once reduco their capacity, pa far ns possiblo until June 1, and that after that date it sliall be obligatory on the members of the association to reduce production to 20 per cent, of their capacity." Tho distillers aro now running only ll per cent, of their capacity, and by the terms of tho resolution will all hold, will r...

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. — 12 May 1883

I.) L m DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 147. MAYSVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1883. PKICE ONE CENT. OUR FOREIGN NEWS. War In Alfelianlstnn nnd ( marck for tlio Cznr'it Coronation. India. Calcutta, May 11. A fight has occurred between tho forces of tlio Ameer of Afghanistan and Shinwarris, resulting in tho defeat of the latter, with 200 killed. Ireland. Rome, May 11. Archbishop Croko has sent a communication to Cardinal Jacobini maintaining that his conduct in relation to tho agitation iu Ireland has been perfectly regular, and that his object is not to stimulate revolt, but to obtain for tho pcoplo right and justice. Dublin, May 11. It is stated hero that further rovelations have been mado by an informer covering several missing points in tho evidence against Sheridan and others, and intended to prove that tho idea of tho Invinciblcs originated among the prisoners in Kilmainham Jail and at a timo when members of Parliament nnd other leaders wore confined there. "Dublin, May 11. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 12 May 1883

Ky rnmrwtFm9v& THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY KVFNING. MAY 12, 1883. a"TEitMH : The Evkniko Bulletin Is published daily, nml served Irce of postage ut cents per week r2,5 cents per ni6ntli;7lconts par throo months ; S1.50 per six months, und $3 per year, payable In advance OUR AGENTS- Tho following persons are tho authorized uouN for the Daily Hul lktin nt tho places named. Contracts for subscription or advertising may be made with them: W.Hult. Shannon Win. Clary. Mt. Gilkad J. S. Hizglns. I.EWismmo W. T. Herry. Minkkva W. H. Hnwos. Mt.Omvet Peter Myers. Helena. R. M. Harrison. A Jackson. OltANOKIlUHO R. P. TollP. Tockahof. W. L. Holton. Slack's P. O. M. V. Moran. Elizavillk. W. II. Stownrt. Faiikow'r T. Farrow. Mt. Cakmel T. A. Henderson. Fekn Leaf Harry Bunroyn MumuiYsviLLK. W. T. Tomlln. J. Knckley & Co. Washington Miss Anna Thomas Juhnson Junction. Scruggs A Rio. 44G iiW' 9 Thonbovo number represents tho circulo. t.on. each week of tho Daily and Weekly Bulletin. Advertise...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 12 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN: SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 12, 1883. To pay tlio ilebpt tho parsqn flays, Is only Just and right, . And that Is why tliu Chester folks A coucott give to-night. A splendid way for you to leave lhodovll lu tho lurch, Is go and put your nickels lu Tho cash-box of that churoli. Lookout for Frank H. Plaster's advertisement on Monday. chickens are for sale in Mays-ville this week at 30 cents each. The Republicans of Mason county will hold their convention on Monday. Duiuno the races hacks will run at all hours at 25 cents a fare each way. Tiikki: haudsomo billiard tables arrived this morning for Lou Rosor. m A mtti.k lime sprinkled in fire-places during summer months is said to bo healthful. Messrs. C. R. Dawson & Co. have opened a confectionery store in East Maysville. IIauckk's Reed and Brass Band has been engaged to furnish the music at the races next week. Tun judgment of tho Mason Circuit Court in the case of Cord against Goggin, has been reversed by the Court of A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 12 May 1883

iiivick. irTxi.,xi5ci:. ' ViTTiintiRO, Pa., May 11. Uior 3 feM and 7 Indict- anil ftmiliiin'. Cincinnati, Mi 11. UivrU feet 2 inches nnd lulling. LnuimM.K, May 11. Hivor fulling, with 7 fuel 7 Indies in nuiul, H t'oet I indii ill viiute. aiAItlCK'l'S IIY Ta:i.,Ji:ItAlMJ. Clnciiiimil, May 11. Apples (Inn. choice to limey $-1 PtVicvi '!'' per lirl, nml e.iini limey nt i! M; iioot to prime .-oh ut gi fri(54 u.'( per lirl. oiiuwei fiendy ami f.iin S prr otw; Mt'glii:it, E:i(4l 40 per box; .hiuiittm, $0 ft)i7 fio pcrbn. easy, uitli u i.ur at i-it t per Box. The iii!rlrt continue tinn; cointnnn to fitir Nw Orlr.ms ;ir(jtSt j j;ood to prime, ft ;c; huii'f, inrjifKif. tori,'liiiiii, sternly ut 'Hv'1' lor iruno to ehoiui; 75gjM." per 'Million, h 10 yinel ami sti'iidy lor old. Oiiotution tioin Moro: 'Michigan roe, 7"i!V! kt tm. Not them DUiijUfic, .MlT'luuan ppueliblutti1, W17.XJ. Poultry serous a"d in, ?'"'l Uciii.iiiil. Prune to choice nuved with rooitris, i'ilo per lb; strictly I'hoice 1'J...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 14 May 1883

II i if ii i i? ? v Jtv ll E 'fli i'. i'r. kfc i) J It in AM M 5 I II 1 M ?t IS v AN I "'" ' Jam HtHiI i II LOOUENT LEI A Quadroon Creates a Remarkable Scene. He DfKven Ono or tho! Mont OrutloiiH itcfore Judge Pnrkcr, Fort Smith, Ark., May 13. A special says that death sentence was passed on Saturday upon thre' men Martin Joseph, a negro, who killed" two .nen after having ravished the wife of one of them: Tu-al-is-to, an Indian, and Win. II. Finck. They wcro sentenced to hang on Jfl 29th of June. Finck is a quadroon, with decided Italian features, and a man of unusual intelligence. He is quite a musician, and since his confinement in jail has kept his fellow-prisoners amused with feats on the guitar, also with good vocal music. His father is a prcachot in the A. M. E. Church, and lives in Gcoruiii. They are well-to-do antljtre highly respected by all his people. So Finek evidently has had good rearing, having, perhaps, breathed t&Sr atmosphere of a pious household. He got away o...

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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. — 14 May 1883

! A ulii VWt 1 " "" s&. iftaftj - ;.,-'. n. Vv. S5 THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY MAY 14 1883. 3:vw KVHMKO BULLETIN IS ft ,.o. .Kl,ed ,,".v. nud served lrco of postage at iwVi )e'"(V"fi;; cents per month;75 cents per throw months t per six months, und Per ear. payable In udyiuicc. OIID ACftltfo rpiiA v.nn. ..!.. r....n.. "ro theuiiilioiiKiHl agents for the Daily Bul o..i N.nl. ",e Places pnmed. Contrncts for S?iMC.r.,,,t,,m or adveitislng may be made with them : W.Sult. Clary. Jit. S. nitiglns. T. Bei ry. H. Hnwes. Mt. Ox.tvet Myers. M.Harrison. J. a JnckMnn. P. Tolle. L. Holton. jack's P. O -M. V. Moran. KLiZAvir.T.K. W. H. Stownrt. aukow's T. Furrow. Mt. CAiiMKii T. A. Henderson. Fkkn Li:ap Hurry Hnreoyn MORiHvavit.i.ii V. T. Tomlln. J. Kackley A Co. vv ASHtnoton Miss Annn Thomas. JJHN80N Junction. Scruggs & Bro. iiiiiL,aunKo. uev. w. ii. uarkMtale. W&.k&w7 tTllA nlnt)A iiiI.aH ..A..,..... l .l. .,... ., tlon, ench week of the Daily mid Weekly Bulletin. Advertisers nro ...

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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. — 14 May 1883

V 4 l s a . A U "! 3 4, C1 1 a IK'S K M ''A MM THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVENING MAY 14, 1883. 1 You khow.old Ponnywltt, ho hurled, Ills thunders at our head, And sworo Inside of half a year, The Dally would bo dend; But we alo hero, us you enn sec, And still allvonud kicking, And from the many news fields Tho freshet item picking. Tin: Court of Chums is in session today. Hhmp is quoted at Lexington att $0.15 per cwt. The street curs at Lexington aro well patronized. Weli. lighted and well paved streets add to the prosperity of a city. In Go and see R.'B. Ldvel's now1 fountain. It is both useful and ornamental. -. The pine raft flotilla is now passing. , Several large rafts went down yesterdny. A quariiy of granite of excellent quality has been discovered in Morgan county. Tfi carloads of nice horses and vehicles arrived by a" special train on Sunday evening. on A lot of iron for tho street railway arrived frpm Ironton, this morning, by tho Virgie Lee. Those who patronize the stree...

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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. — 14 May 1883

Jf Soimtor Fnlr In Unmarried. v "Virginia. Nkv., May 13. The , divorce suit of Theresa Fair vs. James f Q. Fair came up in thoDistrlet Court this morning. 11. S. Mesick appeared for the plaintiff and M. N. Stone, of ibis city, and Samuel M. "Wilson, of San FranciscOf for tho defendant. , Stone submitted a general demurrer to tho complaint on tho ground that it did not state facts sufficient to constitute a cause of action. Tho demurrer was submitted without argument, and was at once conceded , "by the court. Stone then said tho defense would file no answer to the complaint. Mesick asked that tho Cpurt appoint a time to, hear proof; also that the examination be -conducted privately. The Court appointed 12 o'clock for the purpose specified. At 12 o'clock the court met, but reporters were excluded. In a little less than an hour the attorneys camo out, and it was Boon known that a.dooree of divorce had been granted, as prayed for, and that the plaintiff iad been allowed $4,250,000 in mo...

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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. — 15 May 1883

'4 .fill' i 4 i DAIL or i . EEMIMG BULLETIN. - VOL, 2 NO. 149. MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1883. PRICE ONE OENTJI CITY AND COUNTY 1)1HECT01. ConrtH Clrcnlt Conrt. Judge A.E.Colo. Commonwealth's Attorney T. A. Currnn. Clerk B. D. Parry. Sheriff Perry Jefferson f Dan Perrlne. Deputies: ,,Cliau Jelleihon. (. J. W. Alexander. Jnller Dennis Fitzgerald. T.nesdny after second Mondny In Juuunrj , April, July and October In each yenr. Comity conrt. Judge Wm. P. Coons. County Attorney J. L. "Whltaker. Clerk-W. W. Ball. Becond Mondny c each month. UnnrKriy Conrt. Tuesday alter seconii Mondny In March, June, September and December In ench year. MiifrlNtrntcH Courts. Maysvllle, Ho. Pollltt nHd J.L. Grant, first and third Tuesdays In March, Jnne, September nnu December. Mnysvlllo, No. 2.-M. F. Marsh and W. L. JQolton, first Buturdny and fourth Tuesday, same months. Dover, No 3 A. A. Gibbon and .A. F. Dobynr, first and third Wednesday, same months, Minerva, No. 4 O. N. Weaver and J, H. Watson...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 15 May 1883

r if THE DAILY BULLETIN. 5,497 TUESDAY KVKNING. MAY 15. 1833. "Teji8: "1 lie F.vknihq Uum.ktin Is published tlallv. ami served iree of postage nl 0 (tents per week : 2'' cents jut month;75 cents per thieo month : SI. W per six mouths, and 83 por year, pnj able In advance. OUR AGENTS. -The following persons nro Uieauilioilztd agents for the Daily Hui. i.ktin at the places mimed, ContractH for subscription or ndveitUliig may be made with them: W.Sult. Shannon Win Clary. MT. H. Illitgllis. Lrcwisiwito W. T. Berry. MlNKUVA W. 11. Hawes. Mt. Olivet I'iMt Myers. IIklkna. It. M. Harrison. .1. A Jackson. OKAKOKllUltn It. P. Tolle. Tuckaiiok. W. L. Hollon. Slack's P. O.M. V. Moran. Klizavillk W. II. Stewait. Kamiow'sBtohi: s. T. Fanow. Mt. Cakmki, T. A. Henderson. Fkkn Lkaf Hurrv Burgoynn MuiU'HVsvii.i.K. W. T. Tomlln. Gkumantow.v T. J. Kackley & Co. Wahhinoton Miss AntiaThninns. Johnson Junction. Scruggs Hro. lliLLsnoito. Hev. W. H. Ilarksdale. The above number represent" the circulatio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 15 May 1883

1 ,T I ' a. & rl THE DAILY .BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVENINg,MAY 15, 1883. W OnIjY a carpet tnck Down on the floor, Only n stockinged foot ; Only mi nwlul roar. Only n dunconround; A terrlblo look, And words Hint didn't coino Out of tho bible book. Thkkk will be services in the Episcopal Church next Suiulay morning and evening. . . . ' - Tun smile has fl vn from the face of the coal man to that of the ice cream dealer. Mn. A. D. Tolu: sold last week n pair of black mules to Mr. Peter Paul, ginia, for $320. -: : Dururv M.utsit.u. IIki'MN passed down on the IJostona on Sunday with eighty-five moonshiners. At another sale of .Jersey cattlo, in Lexington, fifty-nine head brought $17,-070. The highest price paid wa's $1,720. Mr. Ncwton Coortiu, of this city and Mr. T. E. Conwell, of Aberdeen, have been granted a patent for a cooking stove. Tun concerts given in Chester on last Friday and Saturday evening, were well attended, and the audiences seemed to be highly pleased. Another concert wil...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 15 May 1883

flf NEWS IN Condensed Daily D'spatolics From All Parts of tlio World. Foreign Dolnc, Accident, Tiros, Army Itciiiiion, Robbery, Illotini;, Etc. Pinnaclb boasts of lis wnisuy unnKcrs. r It claims to have the three best drinkers in Arkansas. Immiqration into Canada tho four months of the present yoar aggregated 22266. At Newcastle, Del., nine culprits were whipped at the post Baturday morning lor various offensco. Thk Abilene (Km.) Chronicle reports that fire women are employed in the differ- eat Offices in the there At Nashville the first indictment was brought Saturday under tho new law making punishable by whipping. A KaHsab Citt dispatch says Charles "tfalk'er, an English solicitor, committed sicidaia the hotel at the union depot Tnn Supreme Court has filed an opinion it the effect that the memberships on tho Boards of Trade and like bodies are not ubjeot to levy or attachment. Tim motion for a new trial in the case of Lew Honk, at Delaware, 0., has been overruled, and the prisone...

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