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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 22 May 1883

DAILY EVENING LETTN 9 VOL. 2 NO. 155. MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1883. PJRICE ONE CENT. FKOM OVER THE WATER. The Excitement Over tlio Pope's Circular Uiiulmted Crowds UntucriiiK for tlio Coronation Minor Mitt lvrs. Ireland. London, May 21. Tlio authorities hnvo taken the somewhat oxtrcmo measuro oi prohibiting Messrs. Davitt, Healy and Quinn, who nre in Richmond Prison, from receiving any visitora whatever. This action 1b stated officially to have been the direct result of tho protests sent out by thoso gentlemen against tho Pope's letter. Dublin, May 21. Meetings of sympathy with Mr. Parncll contiuuo to bo hold in almost every district, and at every one of them protests are mado against tho tone of tho Pope's circular. Dublin, May 21. The relonso of Carey, tho informer, which had been confidently expected and which was announced through ono of tho American cablo agencies, is untrue. It is true that ho and his friends counted on his release so confidently that he announced his...

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. — 22 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY hVF.. MAY 22, I8S3. ITJri'KH.Mft : The FVKSING BULLETIN Is null imifit (luilv. and urved treoof nostaueat 0 .'cits per wek : '" cents per month;7o cents lei i u rue iiiuuin ; si.ju vvi m muuuin.iuiu I a ptr year, payable in advance. OUR following poisons me tin; inn liuilz 'tl ii'-'cuts lor the Daily Bul I.KTIN at he places named. Contracts tor huhvcilntlnu or advertising nuiy be made with them : W.Sult. Shannon Win Clary. Mt. S HL'glns. Lbwimiuko W. T. Beiry. Minkkva W. H. Hawes. Mt. Omvkt Peter Myers. IIki.kna. -K. .M. Harrison. J. A JllCk'i'iii, Ouanokhujio R. P. Tolle. L. llollon. slack's P. O M. V. Moran. Elizavillk V. H. Stewart. GEKMANTOWN Riudotl ifc IJl'O. I'ahiiow's Stoke S. T. Kurrow. Mt. Caiimel T. A . Henderson. Fkkn Leak Hnrrv Buruoynf MuhiuiYsjvillf. W. T. Tomlln. Kokman's si'iiiNos. I M. Ilawley. Washington Ml.s Antm Thomas. J'HNson Junction. Scruggs Bro. Ilin.stioKo. Rev. W. H. Burksdale. 5,736 The above uumber represents the circulation,...

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. — 22 May 1883

I ft 4. THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVE., MAY 22, 1883. THK Magistrates lmvo passed a rule That you who lmvo a claim, Before you get your pay must liavo An oath above your name. By this they meant the County till By no menus shall bo fleeced, But then, you see, It makes It seem The County Is deceased. Tiik trotting meeting nt Chester Park, Cincinnati begins to-day. The Pittsburg coal fleet vns passing all day Sunday and yesterday. The ice cream men are watching the thermometer with anxious eyes. The Kentucky Central brought in to the Covington yards on Saturday 1,902 head of stock. The residence of Judge E. "V hi taker is receiving a coat of paint inside and out. Mr. George Cook is doing the work. The mercury late yesterday afternoon stood at 42 degrees which was ten degrees cooler than early in the morning. Charles Austin, colored, was shot while resisting arrest at Paris by town Marshal Mernaugh. His wound is a sariousone. David Green, charged with a breach of the peace, plead gui...

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. — 22 May 1883

SMALL-POX RAVAGES. Fcnrful Acconnt of lio Pest Fro;ii Went TlrfrSnln. J" Wheeling, W. Va., May 21. Additional reports from tho Btriolcon at tho lower end of tho Stato have hecn received here, and contain scarcely a gleam of light or a ray of hopo. The scourge has spread over a frightful extent of territory, and the death rate has hecn alarmingly largo. D. Bee, o member of tho State Board of Health for .Mercer county, writes : " The situation is more gloomy than ever. There arc now eighty-four cases, with twenty-five deaths in Mercer county, and an equal number in Wyoming, nnd the disease is still raging as bad as over. loads ofsupplies, including bread, medicines, Hour, crackers, molasses, sugar, rice, oofrec, salt, and other articles have been sent from Mercer and Wyoming county for tho sick and their families, and everything possible is being done. The last report from Dr. Oooch, of Wyoming, is not encouraging. Tho quarantine is complete, but tho disease is universally malignant a...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 23 May 1883

BAtLY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. l.jl. MAYSVILLE, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. NEWS FROM EUROPE. The Coronation tlie Absorblne Topic of Vatican and the South Africa. IlUBBlR. ' London, May 22. A dispatch to-day from Berlin says : A report, which is not yet confirmed, comes from St. Petersburg that previous to tho departure of tho for Moscow an explosion sunder the wnshstand and in tho fireplace in his dressing-room, but nobody was injured, tho Emperor and Empress being in the dining-room at tho timo. Moscow, May 22. Tho decorations f tho streets and housos have nearly been completed. On all sidos aro pictured of the Imperial family, and words of salutation (in lcttors of every size, in Slav or Russian, cnoirclo garlands Burrounded by colored llamps. Tho decoration of bunting ami ilags is profuse. The palace of Moscow is covered with garland-and sweet fir lcavos festooned from the windows to tho ground. In tho center i a monogram of tho initials " A. M." ten feet high,...

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. — 23 May 1883

v :: THE DAILY BULLETIN. "WEDNESDAY EVE.. MAY 23. 18S3 tMJ'l'KUMd : Till FVKNING HU1.LKTIN Is published tlutlv and served iree of postage nt 0 'outs porweek;25 cents per month;"5 cents per three month--: 31.50 per six months, and 8;l per yenr. payable In nd ance. OUR AGENTS. -The lollowing poismm are tnenuihorlzed mient lorthe daili mu I.KTIN l the plan's named. Contracts lor subvcilptlon or ndveitMng may be inndo with them: W.sult. Shannon Win I'lnrv. Mt. .1. s HI Ins. W. T. Heiry. Minkiiva -W H. Jin we-. Mt. Olivkt Peter Myers. M. Harrison. J. A .Jacksiiii. Okanokiicko K. P. Tolle. Tt'CKAitoK. W L. Holton. slack's P. O M. V. Moran. Emzavim.k W. H. Stewart. A BlO. Fakkow's T. Farrow. Mt. Cakmel T. A . Henderson. Fkiin Lkak Hurry Hurgoyno Muiu'HYSVIM.f. W. T. Tomlln. P'onMAN'srti'jtiNOS. M. Hnwlcy. Washington Ml-s Anna Thomas. J- HNSON JUNCTION. SorUKRS A HlO. Hillsboko. Rev. W. II. Hnrksdnle. 9 The above number represents the circulation, each week nt the Daily and Weekly Bulletin....

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. — 23 May 1883

$ t V THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY EVE., MAY 23, 18S3. "gip Op Donny Fltz, the Jailor man, Wo luivo to toll tho tale, Of how he took tho Justices, And lugged them off tojull. And now thoso worthy Magistrates, All during Denny's reign, Every time they hold u court Will want to go ngaln. The mercury stood nt forty-five degrees this morning nt eiijht o'clock. Col. George O'Neal, of Paris, is n can didate for door-keeper of the next Kentucky Senate. It is expected that the street railway tracklayers will by night have the rails laid os far as the postollice. Tun cnso of Proctor against Shackle-ford in the Court' of Appeals, from this county, has been dismissed. Walter Evans, of Louisville, has been appointed by tho President, Commissioner of Internal Revenue. A colored man named Oncar Pollock was shot and killed at Millersburg, by an officer while resisting being put in jail. The case of Craft has been argued in tho Court of Appeals, and a decision is looked for before Friday, the time...

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. — 23 May 1883

. AN OLD SUPERSTITION. Tnrnod Ont of n $rvr CantrrcRndnn on n Oinrirc or Us!isr Ioc Savannah, G May 22. A caso the tenacity with which colorod people cling to superstition lias just developed in Tattnall county. Henry Edwards, a young colored man of that county, who is well thought of by his white neighbors, became cnamorod of a colored girl across the line in Liberty county. The- girl came to this city on a visit, and whilo hero received a letter from her Tattnall lover, full of devoted Bcntinicnts. To make his letter more acceptable the swain had perfumed it As soon as tlio odor reached the nostrils of the girl sho conceived the idea that it was love powder. Sho returned hornet narrated the ovent to her father, who grew indignant and brought tho matter up in church. Tho case was on trial Saturday, and the young man was required to acknowledge his sin nnd repentance, when his church membership would by restored to him. This he refused to do, stating that ho knew nothing about witch...

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. — 24 May 1883

DAILY EVENING T ETIN UiIjJu ' '! l VOL. 2 NO. 157. MAYSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MAY 24, 188:3. PRICE ONE CENT. WHAT THE CABLE SAYS The Itn'ce on Epiom Boffin-An IrlNl) lnper Supprciised European Coin Wliito Elephant, ' Enctluud. Londo.v, May 23. Major Barring succeeds Sir Edward Baldwin Malct as Consul Goncral to Kgypt. Lord Dufforin has nrrived hero from Egypt aftor a.conforonco, onrouto with the representatives of tho French Government. London, May 28. Tho British has sent a protest to tho Porto against tho imposition by Turkoyof an ad valorem (uty on English goods instead of the regular tariff duty. London, May 23. Tho raco for the Dorby stakes, run at Epsom Downs to-day. was won by St. Blaise, Highland Chief Bccond and Gnlliard third. Tho weather this morning was beautiful, tho sun shining brightly and tho air fairly cool. Immense crowds left London for EpsomJDowns to witness tho great Derby. Tho city presented a remarkably empty appearance, despite tho fact that tho number of hors...

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. — 24 May 1883

THE DALLY BULLETIN. THURSDAY KVENING, MAY 24. 1883. wtTkums : Tlie Kvkntno Bulletin Is i published dally nuil served tree of post ngont 0 .'tints per ; 2o cents per month; 75 cents per three month; 31.0 per 8ix months, ami &'l per year, payable In advance. i OUR AGENTS. The following? persons are tlieauthoilzfil mjonts tor the Daily Hul i lb-tin at the places nnmd. Contracts for I subscription or advet Using may be made ' witn mem: W Suit. Shannon Wm Clnrv. Mt. K. Hljgln. LKWisiit'ito W. T. Minkuva W H. Hitwes. Mt. Olivkt Peter Myers. Helena. R. M. Harrison. J A Jackson. Okanokhuko R.P. Tolle. Tcckahok. W L. Holton. Slack's P. O. M. v. Mornn. Elizavillk W. TI. Stewart. Gekmantown Rlgdon & Bi-o. Fakkow'sStohk S T. Farrow. Mt. Caumkl T. A. Hender.son. Kkkn Leak Harrv Hurgoyne Muui'HYSVii.LK. W. T. Tomlln. Fokman's SmtiNGS. I M. Hawley. Washington Miss Anna Thomas. Johnson Junction. ScruKRs A Hro. Hillsuoho. Rev. W. H. Ilarksdale. C&H5 736 liRSy 9 mi,Anilrt,.n unoihar rnnvn...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 24 May 1883

i 'TIIE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVENING, MAT 24. 1883. W PltAY lot us till Iteop tills 111 lllilfd On Decoration Day, That hearts there aro that mourn ns well For thoso who wore the gruy. And let us tako unto ourselves This sncod thing to do. To placoa wealth of flowers above "The bravo but fallen few." Tiik citizens of Mnysvillo and Mason county aro requested to hand to Judge Wall the names of all Confederate soldiers who aro buried in the Maysville cemetery. Work on the foundation of Ilochinger, Thomas &, Co.'s now iron-clad tobacco warehouse below the city, was begun yesterday. The building is to be 40x140 feet in size. Messrs. J. 0. Vance and Theo. J. Zoullar, electricians, arrived in Maysville lust night and will put in operation the incandescent electric machine at the knitting works. The first watermelons of the Reason were offered for salo on Tuesday, by Mr. D. Daulton, of Est Maysville. The grocers of Old Town will have to look out for their laurel. We are informed tha...

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. — 24 May 1883

A Ylllntnons Siownrd. WiNKirKa, Manitoba, May 23. A Ben-' Ration was ereatcd hcr on a warrant being issued for the arrest of Simpson, Steward of Hie Ilospi Ul, from which young Kittaon, ou of ths Bt, Paul millionaire, who has not yet bcon found, escaped. Tho warrant charges Simpson with manelnughter, and was issued at tho instance of tho city editor of a daily pnper, to whom the following statement was mude by Joseph Brewster, formerly assistant in the hospital under Simpson : " The facts regarding Dr. Tulloch's case, as published Saturday, were perfectly correct. It was Simpson's custom to place patients in irons at night in order that he might not bo disturbed in his sleep. Handcuffs wcro placed on their feet around their ankles, and their hands tied behind their backs. Henry IMarcollo was kept in that position two days and nights. I took pity on him, and during bimpson s absence took olF the irons. Mnrccllo got up nnd was walking tho floor when Simp-pulled son came in. Simpson hi...

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. — 25 May 1883

i i DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 158. MAYSVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1883. PKICE ONE CENT. THE DAY'S FC NEWS Tlio Chilians Hare Had a Battlo With tho Montanoros. Tho Onr'H Coming TruccJ to War lit Afchnnlft ; tan Turkish Itclorm. IIiinnIiu St. rETcnsnuito, May 24. Tho imperial coronation manifesto will announco tlio Czar's resolution to introduco at onco reforms which will, ho hopes, increnso tho wclfaro of tho people and bring about harmony and prosperity. Euuliiiid. London, May 21. At tho meeting of tho Aborigines' Protective Socioty .Mr. Forstcr accused tho Government of having despoiled tho Bechunnns, a nearly civilized farming and race, of lands and cattle, nnd of having reduced them to a stato of starvation. He insisted that this should nover havo been done, and that existing dillioutties among tho tribes could not havo occurred if the Govormncnt had treated them fair in tho first instance. jjr Stnin. Madrid, May 21. Tho Government and secret detectives havo discovered ...

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. — 25 May 1883

if !- i THE DAILY BULLETIN. FKIDAY KVKNINGMAY 23. 1883. wTkhmh :-Tin Kvwiwi UuMjKtin Is published Hally, ii nd served (rce of postage nl 0 cents pur w "lc ; 2-"' cents per month;75 cents per throe montis j 31.30 per six months nml 83 per year. pajubiein advance. OUR ACENTS. -The following poisons are thenuthoilzwl iments for the Daily Hui. lrtin nt the places iiiimd. Contracts lor subscription or ndveitlxiug may ,je made with them: Saudis-P W suit. SiiAVNoN Wm Clarv. Mt. S HI jjlns. Lkwixiiukg W. T. Retry. Mimjiiva W. II. Hnwes. Mt. Myers. Hki.kna. R. M. Harrison. I A .IaekMn. R. P. Tolle. W L. Holton. Slack's 1. O. M. V. Mouin. Eliz ivim.k W. H. Stewart. ifc lilo, Fakiiow'sStohb S T. Furrow. Mt. Cahme), T. A. Henderson. Fkkn Lkaf Harry liuranyne Muiu'iiYsvn.LK. V. T. Tonilln. Fohman'h Sinusitis. J M. Hawley. Washington M Iks Anna Thomas. Johnson Junction. Scruggs Bio. Him.smhio. Rev. W. H. Hurksdulo. m? LTrL. 9 786 The above mimber represents Hie clrculn tlon, each week oi the Dail...

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. — 25 May 1883

n THE DAILY BULLETIN. FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 25, 1883. Thk City Dads, with emphasis, Have put their foot upon It, And llrmly said unto the Hoard, Thoy hiuln't ought to dopo It. Tho former list they're pleased to think, Was all correct nud good, And thus n feather's In the hat Of level-headed Wood. It is expected that tho'sttect railway track will lie laid to-day ns fur as the Christian Church, on Third street. m Rev. Jem: "Wminitsroox will preach at the Third street Presbyterian church on Sunday next, morning and evening. Miss Lou Marshall, of Georgetown, 0., who has been the guest of tho Misses Bateman, returned home on Thursday. Ayek's Sarsnparillu has such concentrated, curative power, that it is by fur the best, cheapest, and surest blood-purifier known. . ? . The changes made in the assessments of city property by the council Thursday, were not complimentary to the Board of Equalization. In very many cases tho assessment was altored to tho original figures made by tho Assessor. Ma...

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. — 25 May 1883

ABOUT NUMBER ONE. Tjrnnn, Alin l'ercy, Allan Chnpltn mill Hevcrnl Other Nuitiew, Hlill Dn dcr CoTcr. New York. Maj 24. It hug Von learnod that Mr. Patrick Joiph Percy Tynan, tho alleged " Nnmbr 0n " of tlio Dublin conspiracy, was known ns Mi. Percy wfecn bo lived with Dr. Hamilton Williams At 106 Wilson etract, Brooklyn. Ho was addressed ns Mr. Chaplin also, and Bald ono duy Unit ho had ono or two other names. Dr. Williams arrived at tho Louse from Europo about the 1st of February, and Tynan camo tho last of tho samo month. His letters camo addressed to Mr. Percy. His family arrived later. Constable William Jngcr, tholr landlord, says they had u great many visitors, with whom they held private talks. Dr. Williams and Mr. Tynan had violent discussions, of which Dr. Williams got tho best, appearing to bo In a position to dictate tc Tynan. Dr. Williams did not appear to be rich. Tynan had plenty of money. After a while Tynan nnd his family went to live at Mrs. Stephen I. Simmons's hous...

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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. — 26 May 1883

m J DAILY EVENING BULLETIN ) VOL. 2 NO. 150. MAYSVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, 3SI AY 20, 1883. PllICE ONE CENT. PERSISTENT INCENDIARY A Strnngo Case of in j Connecticut. i New York, May 25. An exceeding lj curious caso has been commonced in t'i i Supromo Court of Connecticut, at Bridge- j port, before Judgo Culver and a jury. Alex- under Mead is suing David S. Hustcd foi j ?20,000 damages and eliargcs him with burning down barns on his property three ( times. Both men are residents of Green ' wich, Conn. Mead is the owner of a largo farm, com-, prising about two hundred ncrcs, on which lie raises flowers principally. This farm lias been in his family and handed down from father to son for four generations. Immediately adjoining it is the mngnifi. cent country scat of Mr. llocku feller, of the Standard Oil Company. farm is about o- of a mile distant from Mr. Ho is a member of the same Congregational church as Mead, and no two Christian brothers apparently could have a moro deadly hatred for...

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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. — 26 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATUHUA Y KVEXING, MAY 20, 18S3. KVK.N1.NO HlM.l.KTIN Is published d-ill) . itiul served Hoe of postage at 0 cents per week; i' cents per inonth;7JJ rents pur three month : il.'M per hIx months, and S3 per year. iiiynbilii advance. OUR following nie thenuihoil.ed agent- forthe Daily Mui. lktin ill the place Contracts foi or advertising nmy be made with them: W.sult. Sua v.n ny Wm clary. Mt. s. HI kIh.. Lewisiu'iig W. T. Herry. MlNKItVA V, II. Ha We. Mt, Olivet- Peter Myers. Helena. R. AI. Harrison. .1. A .lnoUsn. It. P. Tolle. TcciCAltoi:. V. L. IIollou. SLACK'S P (). M. V. Atoran, Eli, v villi:. W. H. Stewart. (Jeumavtown Uljidon it liro. FAKHOW's STOKE S. T. Fl.lTOW. AIt. Cakmel T. A. Henderson. Fkkn Leak Hurry Hurunyne Mciti'insviLLK. W. T. Tomlln. FoKMVN'sSi'iciNos. M. Hawlcy. Washington aUns Atinii Thomas. J uinson Junction. Set uggsifc Pro. Him.shoko. Rev. W. H. linrksdale. I-S-V The above nnmbor represents the. circulation, each wie.lt of the Daily and Wee...

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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. — 26 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 20, 18S3. XMZ m& IE 'Twos worth a half a dollar clear, And wasu pleasant slight, To seo the- bcninliiK Salomon, Anions his friends Inst night. The Solomon you know about, Named In tho bible story, Could'nt hold a light to ours In h!g electric glory. Linen and Mohair ulsters, large lot, also Jap parasols 15 cents each, at Hunt & Doyle's. At tho meeting of the ex-Confederates on Friday evening, tho members of "Mr. Marshall's Critter Companies" seemed to predominate. The material removed from the streets to make tho railway bed should be put on Second stroet extension, tint is if it is not all used again. Tin: storms of the present year will serve as a landmark in history. They have been the most violent and destructive during the century. Tun commissions of the magistrates elected last August have been received by county clerk W. W. Ball. The magistrates can qualify at any time after the first Monday in June. Ciiam.ks Coons, colored, w...

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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. — 26 May 1883

BLESSING THE FLAG. An Imposing Ceremony In 'Moscow. Moscow, Mny 25. Tho primary ceremonies prior to tho coronation began with tho benediction of tho Imperial banner which is renewed on ovory accession to the throne. Tho banner is blessed in tho presence of the Emperor by tho lloly Synod. !It is in cloth of gold, six feet square, odged with deep bullion, surmounted with bands of bluo silk, on which are embroidered the dates of the principal epochs in Hussian Imperial history 80'2, tho foundation by Iturick ; 1)38, tho introduction of Christianity by St. Vladimir; 1407, the Ilyzantlno Dominion of Grand Duko Ivan Vassillvitch; 1721, the imperial manifesto of 1'cter tho Great. On tho head of tho stuiF are a ball and an imperial eagle. The ceremony took plnco in tho circular , hall of tho Pulaco Chamber, which is far too small to entertain even those who enjoy tho right to assist at tho benediction. With tho standard aro tho sword and shield of tho Empire, both of Persian work and rich w...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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