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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 10 March 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOIiUME vn. MAYSVUiliE, KY. SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1888. NUMBER 93. TIRED OUT! At this Mason nenrlj every one needs to use Homo sort of tcraio. IKON enters into almost ererr phr Uiita's prescription (pr those who need boildiAgan, THE .BESTTONIG' For Weakness, LnsMlmlf, tack of njurloqs. Juo on lfc HnAd nnt hlfuIrnn nrinitlre the toeth. canse head acbo or produce constipation other Iron mtdicines do Da. O. II. Uinklet, a leading physician of BpriB-- fleld, Ohio, sajs: . , , ... " Brown's Iron Bitters is a thoroughly good modi ino. I nso in my practice, and find its action ex ois all other ormsollrun. In weakness, orMowcon tntion of the system, Brown's Iron Bitten is usually s positive necessity. It is ail that is claimed for it." Dr. W, N. Watx&s, 1219 Thirty-second 8treet, Oeontetown. D. 0., says: " Brown's Iron Bitters is the Toulo of the aire. Nothing better, It create appetite, giToa strength and improves digestion." Ctannino has sboye Trade Mark and crosse...

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. — 10 March 1888

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. M. F. M VUmi, Editor. JtA7'K8 OF XUIiUCIiU'l'lOX. Tiik Daily Ruli-ktis will be delivered to nuy part of tlio city ill 0 cents a week, or ono year for Brt. The Daily Bulletin to auy postotllco in tho United States, postage prepaid, at twenty five cents per month or three dollars per year. SATURDAY EVE., MARCH 10, 1888. , Dk. Kkiioe'b Carlisle News had a rather brief oxietence. It suspended this week. Too much Mercury. Thh scooper of Oourt street should not trouble himself about the Bulletin's Democracy. We are old enought to vote, and havoahvayB taken ours " straight." Judcik Makijmin, of the Newport Herald, has assigned for tho benefit of creditors, and tho Herald will likely soon join tho papers that wero. Its owners dropped $15,000 in the attempt to run a paper. Tub Treasury Department estimates that the surplus will amount to $155,000, 000 at the end of Juno 188S. And tho Republicans are still fight...

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. — 10 March 1888

TjOTJI" HP "PT1 S3 i l-.i 4; W t: --r "The Hive of Industry and Enterprise" is what the people now call the famous Red Corner Clothing House. Dray-lond after dray-load of goods have been unloaded at our door this spring, and yet we are not done receiving the tremendous lot of bargains purchased while in tho market. We have lines of staple goods that the low prices we are selling them for really astonish ourselves. But we struck the market in good time, and our ready money bought two dollars worth wherever we placed one. Come and see us if you have time. We will quote prices later. A WORD FOR OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT: ZZ7V it is no wonder that we are busy so early, as people who want Elegant Clothes know how hard it is for us to fill all orders in the busy season, and as we do the only strictly first-class Tailoring done in Maysville, and show the only strictly first-class lino of Woolens in Maysville, gentlemen of good taste hasten to make their selections that they may be served in...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 10 March 1888

OLD RECORDS OF THE WAR POINTED PARAGRAPHS. COLONEL LAZELLE RECOMMENDS THEIR DESTRUCTION. They Comprlae the Original Manuscript From Which tho Records are Printed. The Union Pacific's Vice Prosldont Dlos In 'Washington Other Notes. Naw Youk, March 10. Tho Herald's pedAl has tho letter of Col. Lazelle, tho com piler of tho war record, to tho secretary of war, recommending the destruction of cer tain portions of tho recotcta of his ofllco: "Wxn Department, I "Washington, November 33, 1887. J "Sm-Complying vlth instructions con tained in your letter of yesterday relating to tho character and quantity of old records in this office which can bo destroyed or other wise disposed of, I hare tho honor to state that the nature of the material referral to no longer required is tho printed matter first and sucond proofs of volumes of tho Record already published and many volumes of a preliminary print of the Record which have boon used in otllco work, now no longer required; all copiod manuscrip...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 12 March 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSVELLE, KY. MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1888. NUMBER 94. TIRED OUT! At ihla wtaoii nearlr otott one needs to nia soma Sort of tonla. IKON enter Into almost errnr phjr. Win's prescription for Uioee who need bufldinjtup. ma H H m "" DFCT Par WonkncH. Jtncrirr, etc., it II l.tumllnde AN Nil the only Iron medicine that I THE TONIC .nan x.rck di SKI) QUA1 and is i that la not Inlurlona. It Enriches tho Jllood, Invlaorntcs tho nmuigCRiion Mjatcui. Restores ADnctltc. AlusVlircstlon It does not blacken or Injuro the teeth, canse had acbo orprodace constipation other Iron mediciiujdo Da. Q. II. BrNKXET, a leading physician of Spring xieia, jaio, says: ' Brown's iron Bitters la a thoronghlr good raedi in. I una In mv rtractli ols all other ormaoilron. in my practice, and And its action ex in weakness, or. low con dition of the system. Brown's Iron Bitters Is usually a positive necessity. It is all that is claimed for it." Da. W. N. Waters, 11219 Thlrty.sccond Street...

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. — 12 March 1888

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. M. F. M RSH, Edlfor. HATES OF SUJldCJilPTIOX. The Daily bulletin will bo delivered to any part of tUo city at 0 cents a week, or one year for 83. Tiik Daily Bulletin to any postofflco In ttao United States, postage prepaid, at twenty five cents per month or three dollars per year. MONDAY EVE., MARCH 12, 1888. In Lino With tho Message. The Mills Tariff bill now pending in Congress Jis', in line with the President's message, na well tho declaration of tho party made four years ago at Chicacjo. It is a measure that will correct tho inequal ities and "irregularities" which even the Republicans admit exists in tho present tariff laws. It is a bill that Democrats everywhere approvo, barring Randall and his followers and that meets with favor from many Republicans. The details of tho bill are summarized in tho New York Star, as follows : It takes the tariff taxes from building materials, from wools that go in...

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. — 12 March 1888

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, DAIL Y, EXCEPT SUND A Y. rosscr & McCarthy, Proprietors. MONDAY EVE., MARCH 12 1888. Indications "Colder, followed by warm er, fair weather." Mixkd roast 25, Rio 20, Juva 274, at Calhoun's. A full assortment of fresh groceries at Hancock's, cheap. Foe traco-chains, back-bands and belly bands, go to George Schroeder's. John Morford left for Cincinnati yos terday to attend the College of Pharmacy. Try the extra strong hoarhound drops for your cough, at Lewis' Candy Kitchen. . FitKsn lake and river fish received daily at John Wheeler's, on Market. street. m9dl2t Pensions have been granted to William Caxton, of Carlisle, and Dennis Sulliv 'n, of Falmouth. Go to George Schroeder's for harness and collars. All kinds of harness as low as the lowest. 10d2twlt(2) Paul Hoflicii & Bros, advertise their grand carpet opening to beginjonthe 14th and continue one week. At Falmouth, N. B. Taylor has been convicted of horse stealing and sentenced to three years in tho...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 12 March 1888

AGRICULTURAL REPORT. X po.ntedaraqraphs. Topics of the Timed Given STATISTICAL RETURNS MADE FROM WASHINGTON. I The Distribution and Consumption of Wheat and Corn, the Stock 'Ilomntnlug la Farmer' Hands and the Amount Mer- chantiiblo Other Washington Nom. Washington, March 13. Tho statistical returns of tho department of agriculture! for ' March, rolato to the distribution and con sumption of wheat and corn, the stock in . farmers hands, tho proportion of merchants-' ble corn, and average prices respectively of merchantable and unmerchantable. Tho I corn crop is the smallest since 1834, and tho remainder on farms, also the smallest in oven years. It is estimated at 608,000,00 bushels against 603,000,000 last rear, and I In a Torso nnd Spier MUnne'r. Registered mail pouch was. bagged by thlovount Flomingsburg, Ky. Judgo Niblack, of Indiana, says that thoro is no gubernatorial buzzer in his bonnet A Lincoln league has boon organized at Brazil, Ind., with one hundred members. Hiram Figm...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 13 March 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME vn. MAYSVILLE, KY. TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1888. NUMBER 95. TIRED OUT! At this season nearly ercrjr ono Deed to cm msd tact of tooie. I It ON enters Into almost erer phj ((dan's proscription (or those who nowt banding up. ma H THE TONIC' tfnr Wrmlmriu. l,aItadr, I.nck .of Itnortry, etc.. It HAS. NO w?tufiaa and U ths only Iron modlclno tnu u not injurions. It Enriches tuo Blood. Inylfforntea tho HTatnm. RoHlnrcN Annotlto. Aids Dlffeetlon It does not blacken or Injure tho teeth, canoe head Mho or prodooo oonstipation o(Ar Iron tntdieinn do Da. Q. II. Binkucy, a loading physician oi Bprinc- field, Ohio, says: ... .. . ., Brown's Iron Blttera l.i athoronjhlrgood medl dne. I use in my practioe, and find its action ex cels allother ormaof Iron. Inwekneiw,oralowcon ditlon of tho syiitora. Brown's Iron Bitters is nsually a podtlTO necessity. It Is all that is claimed for It." Dn. W. N. Watxbs, U19 Thlrty-seoond Street, Georgetown. D. O.. says: "Brown's Iron Bitters ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 13 March 1888

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. M. P. MARSH, Editor. JtATJiS OF HUBHOHU'TION. The Daily Bulletin will bo delivered to any part of the city at 0 cents a weok, or one year for 83. The Daily Bulletin to any postofflco in tho United States, postage prepaid, at twenty five cent per month or three dollars per year. TUESDAY EVE., MARCH 13. 1888. Rodkiit Lincoln has written a letter in which he informs the Republican party that his "interest in public affaire will never npain be official." Sherman and Forakor, however, are still in the ring. m The Frankfort correspondent of tho Louisville Commercial Bays: "Since pro hibition is in effect at Harrodsburg, the revenue has run out and tho Legislature is asked to open a way to allow an in crease." The Bourbon News has been enlarged and bears on its bright and sparkling pages unmistakable signs of prosperity. Tho Bulletin extends congratulations and trusts the News will never cease its semi-weekly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 13 March 1888

-I- r-v . .' 3 te& 'pv M ? - ' DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. TUESDAY EVE., MARCH 13. 1888. INDICA.1ION8 " Warmer, fair weather." Mixkd roast 25, Rio 120, Juva 27J, at Calhoun's. ' .1. ..i. i n s m - Tiiy the extra strong boarhonnd drops for your cough, at Lewis' Candy Kitchen. Boiw, Monday morning, March 12th, to the wjfo of William Gibson, a daugh tcr. Mrs. Hawthorne Hill is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Sawyier, at Frank fort. m Thouak A. Ekitu has been on the sick list Bevoral days, and is confined to his homo. Db. G. W. MAnTiM was Bomo bettor at last accounts, tyut is still in a critical con dition. Fhesii lake and river fish received daily at John Wheoler's, on Market. street. . m9Jl2t Governor Buckser has commissioned L. G. Auxier, of Tollesboro, a Notary Public. Tnit Court of Appeals has affirmed the case of Wood against Elliott, from Brack en County. Dkputt County Clerk Noyks has been kept at home the past few days...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 13 March 1888

CHAItLOTTENBURG CASTLE FREDERICK III ARRIVES THERE WITH OUT MI8HAP. Vo Had EflVtcU of the Trip Noticeable. The Anglo-Germanic Element Rqjolco. Preparation! for the Late Emperor's Funeral The Czar Look "Warlike London, March 13. Tho arrival oftho Emperor Frederick III at tho castlo of Char Jottenberg has covered the prophete of dlro calamity, as the result of his undertaking the journey from San Romo to Berlin, with con fusion, and given tho Anglo-Germanic party, thoso who are foremost in rejoicing that Princess Victoria 1ms attained to the title and position of empress, strong reason to be Hove that tho now emperor will gradually recover from his malady, under tho reac tionary intluonces of his exaltation. Thceo persons aro of course adherents to tho belief that the successor to the throne of 'William I, is not affected with an Incurable disease, but is rather the victim of tho jeal asy existing among his German physicians of their Englikh colleaguos. This is at least a cold-blooded...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 14 March 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VH. MAY8VHJDE, KY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1888. NUMBER 96. TIRED OUT! At Uil. season tumlj every one needs to Baa w ortoftorile, IROrfentelntolrooetrrMr)T. sicWs presoripUoa for thoea who need building: up, Bitted For WeakncM, J.rMMtude, fpek .of itacrirr, etc, iriIAa.NO iiQUAJU and is tne onlr Iron medicine that is opt injurious. It F.nrlchen tho Blood. Invfaonttca tho rlchen tho lllood. InvJffonttca the fctystcm, Kcstorcs Appctuo, Aids uijMuoa It does not blacken or injure tne imui, causa bom ache or produce constipation othtr Iron ntdiciiut do Dr. O. II. Binkxet, a leading phjaieUn of Bpraic field, Ohio, says: ... ., . ., - Brown's Iron Bitters is a thorongMy good medl. cine. I ue in my practice, and find its action ex. U all other ormaofiron. In weakness, or a low eon ditlon of the vstera. Brown's Iron Bitters i dsnjlljr podtire necessity. It is all that is claimed for it." Da. "W. N. WatBS, 1S19 Thlrtj-eooond Street, Oeorwetown, D. O., says" Brown's I...

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. — 14 March 1888

L r ij ' . I1 It It r, DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. M. P. MAUSII, Editor. HATKS OF SUBSCRIPTION. The Daily Bulletin will be delivered to any part of tlio city at 0 couU a w eek, or one year, for 83. The Daily Bulletin to any postofHce in tho United States, postage prepaid, at twenty five cents per month or three dollar per year. WEDNESDAY EVE., MARCH 14, 1888. Petitioning for Tariff Revision. Petitions and memorials to Congress aro tho order of tho day. Tho following has been signed by six hundred mer chants and business firms of Boston and will be presented shortly. It undoubtedly voices tho people's sentiments on the tariff question: "Tho undersigned citizens, merchants and manufacturers of Boston, realizing tlionece.s Uy ol a reduction of the national roveuuo In order that the public Income may corre spond to the reasonable expensos of the Gov ernment, respectfully petition your houora ble body to so revise tho existing tarlfl ...

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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. — 14 March 1888

'V .1' v h" tf , f, , K' ' I ' J ,-i ,. -m -n ?,. tf'l '?.. j', ft-:. :&' r' Wi f ft1 DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprlotora. WEDNESDAY EVE., MAROFH4 1888. Indications "Colder, fair weather, fol lowed by warmer." Mixed roast 25, Calhoun's. Rio 20, Jjyu 27J, at Try tho extra strong uoarhound drops for your cough, at Lewis' Candy Kitchen. Tnn Bank of Maysvillo declared an extra dividend of 25 per cent, last Mon day. Fbksii lake ad river fish received daily at John Wheeler's, on Market , street. m9dl2t Ricuaud Winn and Amelia Curtis, a colored couplo, were granted marriHgo license yesterday. The Ruggles cottnpmeeting is a long ways off yot but applications are alroady being made for cottages. Mn. John LaRuk, Sr., whoso death oc ourred a few days ago, left $8,000 or $10, 000 life insurance to his widow and chil dren. Miss Mollik Blanciiard and Messrs. Alvin Franklin, Ed. Means and Win, Conrad, of tho Fifth ward, are all seri ously ill. TnK r...

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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. — 14 March 1888

FROM THE NEW EMPEROR.' FREDERICK III ISSUES A PROCLAMA TION TO HIS PEOPLE, Xa Which ho Euloglzas His Fnther, ths Late Emperor, and Offer Tlicra Ills Un bounded Confldenee Speculation as to Germany' Future Foreign New. Beiujn, March 14. An extra edition of the Official Gazette contains the following proclamation from Emperor Frcdericlc: To Mr Ptoplo: "Tho emperor has ended his glorious life. In the much-loved father whom I bewail, whom my royal house with me lamonts in deepest sorrow, tho faithful Prussian pooplo fost'tlioir famo-Crowned king, tho Qcrman nation the founder of Its unity and tho nowly-risou empire tho first Gorman em peror. His illustrious name will remain inseparably bound up with all the groatnoss f the German fatherland, in whoso now cre ation tho strenuous labor of the Prussian peoplo and princes has mot with its most splendid reward. While King William raised tho Prussian army to tho hoights of its earnest vocation by novcr-tiring care a nation's father, ho laid a...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 15 March 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. volume vq:. MAYSVTLIiE, KY. THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1888. iTNin IT- 1 TTTJ I sIctir of rail eommmilnntlnn fop thin nltv I NUMBER 97. TIRED OUT! At thl teuon nrl erorr ono needs to oto wag art of tonlo. IKON enters Into almost ererr pkr tloUa's preeoriptlon (or those who noed buildmg up. Jfto H THE TONttt For WeaUncn. .nsltudr.Jack of Energy, etc., irllAH NO HQVAU and is tho only Iron medlclno that is not lnjurlons. It Knrlcl-.en tho Blood. InylorntcB tho rjyatem, Restores Appetite, Aids DIsreHtlon It does not blaokcn or Injure the tooth, cause bead sabs or prodnoeoonstipatlonoiAer iron vxtdieinttdo Cn. G. H. BrasXKT, a loading physician of Spring. flld.Ohlo.srs: . ,, ... " Brown's Iron Bitten Is a thoroughly good modi. Ino. I ue in my practice, and find its action ex. olsalloUior ormsoiiron. In weakness, or a low con. ditlon of tho system. Brown's Iron Bitters is usually a poeitire necosoity. It is all that is claimed for it." Dn. W, N, WATKns, 1219 Thirty-fiecond ...

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. — 15 March 1888

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rossek & McCarthy, Proprietors. M. F. MARSH, Eilllor. RATES OF UUUSCHIPTION. Tue Daily Bulletin will bo delivered to any part of tho city at 0 cents u weak, or oue year for 83. The Daily Bulletin to nny pestofflce In the United Suites, poHlugo prepaid, nt twenty five cents per month or three dollars per year. THURSDAY EVE., MARCH 15, 1888. An attempt is being mado at Flemings burg to have tho Legislature abolish the office of City Attornoy at that place. Petitions and counter-petitions are being circulated. Randall's Internal Revenue bill is a pretty good Republican meaBuro and shows the Democrats of the country just where tlio Pennsylvania statesman etands. In his tariff views Randall directly antagonizes tho principles of his party as set forth in its national platform. Accohdino to that able authority upon such statistics, tho Chicago Herald, the value of farms in ten States under the revenue tariff of Robert J. Walker in creased ...

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. — 15 March 1888

K'. it1 ' r MP.- r r ft ft. . K' i if'', ). - f' r W IK' ' v ivfe iw- -v sr ' "4. , DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, CXCEPT SUNDAY. ROSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. , 1 THURSDAY EVE., MARCH 15. 1888. Indications "Fair, warmer weather." i A FULL nBsortment of fresh groceries at Hancock's, cheap. Gnor.au Frank lias accepted a position at the Red Corner Clothing Houbo. Try the extra strong hoarhound drops for your cough, at Lewis' Candy Kitchen. Fkkbh lake and river fish received daily at John Wheeler's, on Market street. m0dl2t W. A. P. Lurtt has sold his store and residence in Dover to a Mr. Tucker, of Sardis. Milton McRae, business mannger of the Cincinnati Daily Post, was in town yesterday. Jerry Cole, of Shannon, has secured a situation at the OJdfolIows' Hall Cloth ing IIouso. m W. B. Thompson, an experienced hotel man of Lexington, has taken charge of Blue Lick Springs. H.V. RiaauN has sold forty-seven acres ol land near Rectorville to Sarah E. Shoemako, for $900. Wm. Faulk die...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 15 March 1888

THE DEAD MAN AT BERLIN. ! WASHINGTON NEW3. THOUSANDS VIEWED THE REMAINS A3 THEY LIE IN STATE. The Czarina Will Attend the Fnneral. Royalty on Its Way to IJerlln Tho Emperor and TJlsmnrcU Unrmontze Our Morocco Trouble Kuropean Notes. Bxiilin, March 15. As they waited In dense crowds under a fall of snow, for a chance to enter the cathedral, men could kardly be distinguished from women on ac count of the thick coatings of snow which covered their garment. Tho back portion f tho cathedral has boon converted into a doping plntform. This is covered with block erge, and is intended for the reception of floral offerings from the public. On either ride of the altar stand laurol trees and lofty xotic plants imbedded in a mass of flowers In full bloom, including large camelias and thousands of snow blossoms. Palm branches ef colossal dimensions conceal tho granite columus. A continuous stum of pooplo passed .over tho bridge which had beon erected in tho cathedral, and which affords n viow of ...

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