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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 May 1883

itf DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 150. MAYSVILLE, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY 1(5, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. CITY AND COUNTY HlItEC'IOLl. ConrtN Circuit Conrt. Judge A.E.Colo. Commonwealth's AttorncyT. A. Currnn. Clerk 11. D. Parry. Bherlff Perry Jefferson. Dnn Perrlne. Clinn Jellorson. J. V. Alexander. Jnllcr Dennis Fitzgerald. Tuesday utter second Monday In Jnnuar? , April, July and October In each year. Comity Court, Judge Win, P. Coons. County Attorney J. L. Whltnker. W. Ball. Second Minday c each month. lnirljriy Conrt. Tuesday alter secon Monday in March. June, Bepiem nor anu uccemoer in encn year. MnjclHtrateN Conrtft. Maysvlllo, No. Pollltt itHil J.L. Grant, tlrst ond third Tuesdays lu March) June, September and December. Maysvlllo, No. 2.-M. P. Mnrshand W. L. Holton, first Saturday and fourth Tuesday, same months, Dover, No. 8 A. A. Gibbon and A. F. Dobync, first and third Wednesday, same months. Minerva, No. 4-0. N. Weaver and J. H. Watson, first and third Tuesdays, same months. ...

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 May 1883

THEDAJLY BULLETIN. WEDXESDW FVF..MAY 10.1883. "l'KltMrt I'VMM1 U1.I.KTI.V Is Published iinll. mill sci od tieooi postngent "'outs por Week; Scents pel innith;7o cents perthreo month : II. "0 pur six mouths, und ?.i per ,enr. pn able In advance. OUR following poisons nre tiieaurhni ant' t torthe Daily Hui. Lktjn at the place nnin"il, Contracts tor subscript Inn oi uilveillslug may be mndo with them: W suit. Shannon Wm 1'Inrv. .!. M HI Kill. Lkwinhuhq W. T. Herry. AltNMiVA W. H. I In We-.. Mt. Oi.tvhT Peter 'yers. Hri.kna.K. M. HarrNon. Mayhi.iok J. A .rilClSH.in. P. Tolle. L. HollOll. Slack's I. O M. V. Mfimn. Ki.ikavm.lr W. H. Siewnrt. T. Fairnw. Mt. CAUMHL T. A. Henderson. I'Kiw Lkaf Hnrrv Huruovnp MUHPHY8VII.I.R. W. T. Tomlin. J. Kuckley & Co. Washington Miss Annn Tlmmns. J iinhon Junction. Scruggs Hro. W. H. linrksdtile. 5,497 The above number represents the circulation, eacb week of the Daily and Wkkkly Bulletin. Advertisers are Invited to call nud assure themselves oi the t...

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 May 1883

! ? THE DAILY BULLETIN. I ' J WEDNESDAY EVE., MAY 10, 1883. ""Ifr As up the homestretch they conio In, Don't add to other sins, Mycin hi loud, became It Is The othor horse thut wins ; Hut not It down ns nigger luck Anil don't give up the ship, Just keep your courage up uud hopo For better things next trip. Thkuk are only throe prisoners now confined in the jail. A ouaki) success Is the new process roller mill flour made by Messrs. Robinson & Co. Titos. Cummins' was taken to the penitentiary on Tuesday by Deputy Sheriff Dan Perrine. Brk3i:d beef is sold at eitfht cents a pound in Florida. Why may it not be done in Maysville ? A i.Atuir. attendance is exi)ected at the race grounds to-morrow. A race in the 3:30 class and free for all pace will take place on that day. Tin: judgment of the Mason Circuit Court in the case of Mention against Bradberry has been reversed by tho Court of Appeals. A very interesting programme is being pSopared for the Chester concert next Saturday evening....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 May 1883

I7ZTT YORK OPIUM DEN3. JFonr CclcttlnlN llniiml Over Wtint n Koputitble Cliliimunn tinyn of" tiic Kvll. Nkw York, May 14. Tlic four who woro arrested on Friday nig) t at -Ho. 17 Mott stroot by Ollicer Edward 0 of tho Fourth Trccinct, wero arraigned In the Tombs Court Saturday. Tho policeman r hb, affidavits against them, charging tu.1 with smoking opium. Tho Mongolians described themselves as Jun Bin, aged thirty years; Sam Lung, twenty-six years old; Ah Hyck, twenty-five years of age, and Ah Joe, aged thirty-eight. Tho two first men lamed waived examination, but a lawyer ,who appeared for the other two demanded fc hearing, and sought to disprove the allocation, claiming that Hyck, who is a in Brooklyn, went to No. 17 Mott .trect, w.here the arrests were made, for 1he purpose of hiring a workman for his place, and that Joo, who is suffering from a tumor on his neck, was lying sick when .taken in custody. Justice Smith concluded that thoro was probable causo to believe the men guilty...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 17 May 1883

f , 4 r i f t rt. Dv DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL. 2 NO. 151. MAYSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. CITY AN!) COUNTY MKECTOhl. Conrt. Judge A.E.Colo. Commonwealth's Attorney T. A. Ctfrran. Clerk 1). D. Parry. Hherlff Perry Jefferson. f Dnn Perrlno. Deputies: Ohnn Joflerson. I J. W. Alcxnmlcr. Jailer Dennis Fitzgerald, Tuesday niter rccoiiU Mnndny In Jnnunrj , April, July uud October In each year. Connty conrt. Judge Wm. P. Coons. County Attorney J. L. Wliltaker. Clerk-W. W. Ball. Second Monday c: each month. (nartrly Court. Tuesday alter second Mondny In March, June, tie pteinber and December In each year. MnkiMtrntoH C'onrln; Mnysvllle, No. Pollltt and J.L. Grant, first and third Tuesdays In March, June, September and December. Mnysvllle, No. 2. M. F. Marsh and W. L. Holton, first Saturday ' and fourth Tuesday, same months. Dover, No. 3 A. A. Gibbon and A. F. Dobynrj first anit third Wednesday, same months. Minerva, No. 40. N. Weaver and J. H. Watson, first and thir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 17 May 1883

.tfiW W THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVF.. MAY 17,1883. KMNO IlUl.l.ETIN Is Published dull . iiml xtivcd Ireeo postal a' Ui'entM )tuv. it; lie inoi'th;75cout per three : St.0 per six inonlbR.anrt 83 per year, pin iililcln advance. OUR ACE N T ST Tho following persons are uao H for the Daily Hoi. i.etiS hi the plmv i'iiiukI, Contracts I'm subscription or advertising may be miulo with them 1 W.Sult. Hhanmmn Win I'larv. Mt Git.KAl) -.!. Ml 'izlns. LKWisnono W. T. Horry. Minkkva ' II. Muwes. Mt. diivkt -Peter Myers. Uki.kna.K M.HarrNon. .1 Jiiiikarin. P. Tolle. L. Hollnn. Slack's P. O M. V. Mnniti. EijIjsavim.k V. M. Stewart. Fakuow's T. Kimtow A. Henderson. Fkun I.kak llurrv lUiruoyne Moiu'HYsVim.k. W. T. Tomlln. J Kockloy & Co. Washington MIn AnnnTli'unns. J HNHON JUNCTION. Scruggs Hro. IliLUSiiniio. Hew W. II. Harksdale. 1 The, abovo number represents tbo circulation, eneb week t the Daily nnd Wkkkly Bulletin. Advertisers are Invited to call and assure themselves o the truth of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 17 May 1883

I i i t i l THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVE., MAY 17, 1883. That Llttlo Blown Jusz is us perfect a nng, As nny that ovor was seen ; You'll think when you seo her bo ovor the tmf, She's ft lour legjcd flying machine. Her lioui, like ft dium tut), go beu.lngthe track j LI ku bees In tho clover n humming, Blio comes with u whir and stralghtwuy you think Thcro'snn old-fashioned liuritcnn coining. Hits. IIoKfMcii's residence on Second street is being improved. m Thomas Whisnku. of Riploy.was kicked by n horso and hnd his leg broken. Tiinnn will be services at tho Episcopal Church next Sunday morning and oven- Mlg. Mnssus. A. J. Eonkw & Co. have made aomo largo shipments ot fruit cans to tho interior of tho State this week. . - You will bo delighted if you attend the concert in Chester at tho M. E. Church, South, Saturday evening. Go. A fkamk dwelling near tho cemetery at Cai lisle, belonging: to Mr. Wash. Carter was destroyed by fire on tho morning of the 10th in8t. Mn. J. S. Moiu'o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 17 May 1883

; r.r. r' n Vv jk News Conpii The Latest From All Parts of the Globe. Centlcnurtt niwl lnt Into Khnpc to JEeonomlz.c the Time or Bnny Men. A council of tlio Choctaw Indians ling "been called to consider the frcedmnn question of in roforence to their recently freed laves. TnK Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania Odd Fellows are in session at Harrisburg. The raft in that State numbers 80,389 Tiik strike of the compositors employed t the University Press, Cambridge, M.iss., is erided, the firm having agreed to Increase -the rates on June 1. s It a rope slipping from a drum a car in mine shaft at Soranton, Pa., fell a of forty feot, and five men were severely injured, ono fatally. .At Indianapolis, Ind.. James E. charged with procuring the making f a forged affidavit to pension papers, was .yesterday bound over in the sum of $1,000. At Chicago Thomas Walsh, who whipped fcis wife to death with a leather strap and pleaded guilty, was sentenced by Judge Uafnum to years in the penitentiary. James P....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 18 May 1883

; 2 it f 7 DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. 1 L. 1 tail S VOL. 2 NO. 152. MAYSVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT.1 CITY AND COUNTY MUECTOul. C'otirlH Circuit Conrt. Judge A.E.Cole. Commonwealth's Attorney T. A. Uurran, Clerk II. D. Parry. Blierltf Perry Jefferson. f Dun Perrlne. Deputies: Clmn Jellerson, ( J. W. Alexander. Jnller Dennis Fitzgerald. Tuesday niter soconu Monday In Jnnunr , April, July and October in each year. Con my court. Judge Win. P. Coons. County Attorney J. L. Whltaker. Clerk-W. W. Ball. Second Mindny c: each month. 4mirt rly Court. Tnesdny niter seconu Monday In Mnrcli. Juno, September and Decemberln eachyenr. SfnprlBtrntcft Courts. Mnysvllle, No. l.-W. IJ. Pollltt and J. L. Grant, first and third Tuesdays In March, June, September and December. Maysvllle, No. i!. M. F. Mnrsh and W. L. Holton, llrst Saturday and fourth Tuesday, same months. Dover, No. 3 A. A. Gibbon nnd A. F. IJobynn, first nnd third Wednesday, same months. Mlnervn, No. 4 O. N. Weaver nnd ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 18 May 1883

m W THE DAILY BULLETIN. FKIDAY KVFNING.MAY 18, 1883. KVSSIKO IIUl.l.r.TlN l published dally, nun served beeo! postage at Oiteuts porw l;;'2 ccmiI per ninnth;7ocents per three nmuh ,,5."0ier six months, nnd 83 per year, i nvabiotn advance. ' OUR loilowlng poisons are thoauthiulz dime t lorthe DAII.V Hur. TiBrrN in the- places nmed. Contracts mr subscription or ud vert Ising muy bo innde with them: W.Sult. Kiiaxn N Win i.'lurv. Mt. M HI -gins. T. Horry. MlNKKVA V. II. HliWes. MT. olivet Peter Mvers. ,M. HnrrlMni. Maysmck j . Jnokion. P. Tollf. Tooraiiop. W L. Hollon. Sr.ACK'8 P. O M. V. Moran. KmzaviijM: W. H. Stewart. T. Kauow. Mt.Cahmkl T. A. Henderson. Fkk.v Lkak IJarrv liurmiviu T, Tomlln. Foiwan's HiMUNoa. - f M. Hawley. Ukumastown T J.Kuckley &Co. Washington Miss Anna 1 lamias. J' hnson Junction. Scruggs ife llro. W. H. Barksdale. 5,497 Tho above Unmbor represents the each week il tho DAtLY nnd Weekly Bulletin. Advertisers are Invited to cull and assure themselves o' the tru...

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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. — 18 May 1883

ft ) THE DAILY BULLETIN. FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 18, 1883. "tiP IlKiniiEi) lightning, "io uh fato And 'gainst tho strings a pallor, Was whit tho people, All found tholr Uniito Fuller. The way tlml pucer heat the dht, And with tlio greatest ease, Seemed like tlio trunk was slick as slnss, Or coated o'er with gieao. A w.uion factory in among tlio new enterprises talked of nt Lexinjzton. I Tin: attendance at the race course today will be tho largest of the week. Mn8sits. A. 0. Spiiaii & Co. have about one million first-class brick for sale. Wokkmijn' ate enyaed to-day removing tho pavement of tho old market-house. - As this spring, thousands will attempt to palm 'oil' laziness as tho malarial fever. - i FinsT communion and confirmation Toils and suitings, best variety, at Hunt & Doyle's. You can drive a horse without reins quite ns easy as you can push business without advertising. Tin: Lexington Transcript says thnt Neal ami Graft hold priyor meetings every evening in their cell. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 18 May 1883

l? ! "v CONDENSED TELEGRAMS. 'Ctonclcnaefl and I'nt Into Nhnpc o ty .economize tue rune 01 wsisy , i-' MrM Mnn. TiiRtroaty between Germany find Madagascar's been signed. CutNA will establish a 'Consulate in Chicago. Ex-President Davis was much better yesterday and is improving. The Wllkcsbarrc, Pa., minors are expected to return to work at their old wages. Six Paris anarchists hare boen arrested for circulating ocditious pamphlots among the troops. The railroad conductors arc holding their twelfth annual convention in Cincinnati to-day. . The Illinois House of Representatives adopted Willoughby'i amendment fixing beer licenses at $500. OrriCAl advices from Fort Walsh to Friday represent the Creeks as perfectly quiet, and that no trouble is apprehended. It is rumored at St. Louis that a new morning daily paper will make Hb appearance there September 1, 1883. George W. Seltoon, a conductor on the Louisville & Nashville railroad, was run over and killed at Pass Christian, Miss. It ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 19 May 1883

I I 7 FROM BM D IE M Kittle MTtoholl nnd sard by the poltco to bo the daughter of n member of the New York Legislature, was arrested this for shoplifting. Her plan, as she confessed, was to steal articles and soon after bring them to the Btoro from which sho got them and get thoir valuo in money, stating that she had bought tlicm, but had decided thoy wcro not what she wanted. Sho refused tho goods, as sho always retained and showed the prico tags. BEER MEN IN COUNCIL. It IU'Kolves on the NuuJccfN or Individual 'Liberty and the KtglilH og Deer. Detroit, May 18. At the meeting of tho brewers yesterday morning the attendance wns light. Tho report of tho Committee on Pioolutions wns adopted as follows: " Resolved, That tho founders of thoso States and their perpetual, indestructible union, while they created State and Federal Governments for tho proper and prudent dispatch of publio business, wcro careful to guard that personal freedom of tho citizens, which object all well-organized c...

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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. — 19 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EV1, MAY 10, 1883. Er m TTKM8 : Tilt? KVKNISO UlThliRTIK Is pubilHlied i lull v. mill rved tree ot postage ul fluents per week; 'eeiitf pel nionth;7jcetm per tlireo moiit in ; SI.'O per six months, nnci 83 per your, pmiibleln advance. OUR AGENTS. -The following persons awtiieHUiRoiUeil iwo l forthe IUilv Hul LKTiN nl the places iuuiuhI. Contrncts lor subscription or ad vet Using may be mnde with ilium: Hiiannon Wm Clary. Mt. HUuliis. T. Berry, Minkkva W. it. Mt. Myers. M. llnrrNon. I A JueUon. P. Tolle. TUCRAHOK. -W. Li. HoltOll. Slack's P. O M. V. Mnmn. Er.tzwtr.r.K W. H Stewart. . T. Fm row. Mt. Caiimei, T A . Henderson. Fkiin Lkak Mnrrv Ihuvovm T. Toinlln. FoKMAK'sfeiMiiNOS. M. Hiiwley. Ueumantow.v T J. Kackley &Co. Washington Mls AnimTlioinns. Johnson .Junction. Serumis a p,io. W. It. Barkdnle. 15.497 The above number represents the each week of the Daily and Weekly Bulletin. Advertisers are Invited to call and assure t! ourselves ot the tiuth ot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 19 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATUHDAY EVE., MAY 10, 1S83. aavft T&BM1 Tick rnecs now nro itt an end, The bojs have hnd their sport, So let our win thy Justices, Stop oui nnd liold their court. Ami Monday when they gather In With wlo and solemn faces Lot's hope thnt each nud ovoryone, 11ns had his till of inccs. Tub latest quotatiion of hump at Lexington is So.L'o. STnAWUKimiKs have been sold tit fifteen cents n quart this week. ' . The wheat crop, everywhere in tins county, is said to be looking well. Mkssiis. Myai.1., Kiley & Pouter received several car loads of farm wagons yesterdav. . o Tun Manchester Signal says that the steamer Rickot will soon enter and Viincubunr trade. mm A paste of equal parts ot sifted ashes, clay and salt and a little water, cements cracks in stoves and ovens. The earnings of the Kentucky Central Railroad for the first two weeks of May show a gain of $12,500, over the same time List year. -- The Knights of I'ythias of Aberdeen, and the band of that placo, ...

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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. — 19 May 1883

I far m Coipfa. ie Latest From All Parts of the Globe. indcimrd ami lit Into fm:o to EcoiioniUu the Tlnu;or MiiNy IJiihI. icfeW Men. LVrTTonNEr IlAnoiiAVE, of Morrlstown, qt, was prouauiy juiuiij '"j'vu "j uiroin a muuur. It San Frnncisco a thousand cnso3 of luin arrived by tho steamer Australia, r duties' on which arc5)iou,iUU. iTfinrintrfinld. Mo., a valuable petroleum In wns struck yesterday at Cabot, on the Btcm UiYiSlon OI mo Aioinpius rmiroiiu. biiE tugboat Wilson, lrom .Baltimore, for i llnnntihannock river, sank, and tho Few of six men and tho owner aro sup- bscd to bo drowned. The Harper high-license bill, providing n Lnmn of SliO for beer and SCOO for fiilsky saloons, has been ordered to a third Bading in tuo Illinois uouso uuer a naru Kht. It Knrlncrfield 111., the Democratic ioint Eucus of tho IIouso and Senate, last night ssscd resolutions ltiuorsing jioii. n. u. bringor for Speaker of tho bngrcss. Whims workmen wore cliff tflntf a trench feAIWlmnv (Yitv the around cave...

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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. — 21 May 1883

STORM water was thrown In tfio afr to the height of feet. A house oh High street before tho storm is missing, and can't bo found. Another storm is reported, to havo struck just east of Jacksonville, and pursued a northeasterly course, twenty-two miles west of Springfield. It is said the littlo hamlet of Leitenburg was destroyed, and eight persons wero killed and injured. Full particulars are not obtainable. Washington, Ind., May 20. A terrible storm struck this city last evening, uprooting shade-trees and unroofing many buildings. Tho Mountain railroad was blown to pieces by a tornado about fivo o'clock last evening.. Every houso In tho town is said to havo bicn demolished, but no lives lost. No particulars. It is also reported in the same special that a tornado struck Champaign, Illinois, yesterday afternoon, nnd blew down several buildings. Mrs. Garner was killed and her husband supposed to havo been thrown into the ravine and killed and the body washed into tho river. Chicago, Ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN, MONDAY I'.VE., -MAY 21, 1883. Teums : Tue Evkning Bulletin Is published dully, mid served Iree of postage at 0 per week; ii cents per month ;7fi cents per three months ; ji.50 per six mouths, and 83 per year, payable in nilv'nnce. OUR AGENTS. -The following persons aio the ant Inn l zed audits tor the Daily Bui. letin nt the places named. Contracts for subscription or advertising may be mucle with them: W. Suit. Shannon Win rimy. Mt, OiLKAn .1. S. Hl'gln. LKWisnuita W. T. Horry, MiNCKVA W. H. Hawes. Mt. Olivkt Peter Myers. IIklkna. R. M. Harrison. J. A Jackson. OltANGKHUItO It. P. Tolle. L. Holton. Slack's P. O.-M. V. Moran. Elizavillf. W. H. Stewart. Fauhow's Stoke S. T. Furrow. Mt. Carmel T. A . Henderson. Fehn Leap Harry Burgoyne MuniMiYSViLLE. V. T. Tomlln. Fokman'm Si'itixos. f M. Hawley. Gehmantown T J. Kackley fc Co. Washington Miss A mm Thomas. J iinson Junction. Scruggs A Bro. HiLLsnono. Rev. W. H. Barksdale. --, $Zi 9 Thi nlmve number renresents the ---...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVE., MAY 21, 1883. isr Tie mercury, ns you will find, Is plnylng naughty tricks, By dropping down and leaving va In most unplonsant fix. To get now ulster overcoats Will be our purses breaking, So stand the chill ns best you may And take It out in slinking. Tui: Court of Cluims is in session today. o Tun straw hats that came tremblingly to the front last week have fallen to the rear. Linek and Mohair ulsters, largo lot' also Jap parasols 15 cents each, at Hunt & Doyle's. Although this is the 21st day of May, overcoats were comfortable and in demand to-day. Fouu million herrings were placed in the Ohio river last week by the United States Fish Commissioner. The weekly circulation of the daily and weekly Bulletin is 5,730, which is an increase of 239, during the week past. Messrs. A. C. Sni.vn & Co., shipped a carload of pressed brick to Cincinnati, on Saturday, the first ever sent from Maysville to that market. The street railway track layers have ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 May 1883

a A DISHONEST FELLOW. " "Victim In IllliioN, Ono in nll fnrnln. nnd Stilt Another In Sett Zealand. San Oal., May 20. Sensational developments have resulted day in the case of J3ooth, the bicyclist, who swindled a young St. Louis ludy and was arrested therefor. A woman, calling herself Mrs. Alico "Veeden, called at police henduarters, and said she had been Booth's tress, but that he had deserted her about seven months ago, and took nearly all her clothing and jewelry. The day after he left a letter came for him, which she opened. It was from his mother in Wellington iTov Zealand, reproaching him for leaving there suddenly, and begging him to come back, pay his debts, and deal honorably by the youncr girl whom he compromised. Booth's trunk was in tho hands of the police, and Mrs. Wccdcn asked to look over tho contents. Sho identified many articles as hers. Sho said that, besides taking her thine, ho made nvrny with $,200 in money. "While the trunk-searching was coing on Mi.ss McCabe, ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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