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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 22 March 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSVEDLE, KY., THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1888. NUMBER 103. TIRED OUT! At this reason nearly erery ono ntedi to on soma sort of tonlo. IRON enter Into almost every phy. tiolaa's prescription for thoss who need bulldine up. a-0 WON Aot2- THE TflNim iftltlMJiMl Par Wcnkncss, iJ tneri , etc., it'lIAi NO KQUA1 d is nlr Iron medicine that it not Injurious. It Enriches tlio Wood, Inyliiorntca tuo ttTStcm, Restores Appetite, AliU Digestion las o It Ooes not blacken ormjnro ae testa, m"""' Mbs or produce oonstlpatlon olAn- Iron medteinu do Da. O. H. Bwbxkt, loading physician of Sprlnjf field, Ohio. ars: "... ., . ., " Droirn'a Iron Bitten la a thoronrtJy good medl sine. I tiaa in my praetico, nad find its action ex- els all other ormaofiron. In weakness, or a low con-lil dition of the system. Brown's Iron Bitters to uraalkrB a poaitiTe necessity. It i all that Is claimed for it." DR. W. N. Watxm. I31 Thlrty-eecond Street, Geomtovrn, D. 0., says: "Brown's Iron Bit...

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. — 22 March 1888

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. M. V. MARSH, Killtor. rates of subscription. Thk Daily Brji.r.KTiN will bo delivered to any part of the city at 0 cents a week, or one year for 83. Tick Daily Dollktin to any postofflce In the United mates, postage prepaid, at twenty five cent! per month or three dollars per year. THURSDAY EVE., MARCH 22, 1888. The Democratic State Convention. The Democratic State Central Commit tee has decided that a State convention be held in thocity of Lexington, WedneV day, the lGth of May, at 1 o'clock p. m. for tho purpose of selecting delegates to the National Convention to bo held iu St. Louis the 5th of June. In appointing delegates, it is recom mended that tho vote for Buckner and Bryan be taken as a basis, and that tho ratio of representation bo one delegate for every two hundred of said votes and one for each fraction of one hundred tind over. It is further recommended that tho delegates be selected in eve...

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. — 22 March 1888

' M i ' t DAILY EVENING fiULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. ROSSER & MCCARTHY. Proprietors. THURSDAY EVE., MARCH 22. 1888. Indications" Colder, follewed by wann r, fair weather." Countt Court at Fleminjjsburg next Monday. - Mixed roast 23, Rio 20, Java 27 J, at Calhoun's. A full assortment of fresh groceries at Hancock's, cheap. Oysters at reduced prices in can and bulk this week, at John Wheeler's. 2 Tub naino of Allen Fox, of this city, appears among the list of new pensioners. It was twenty years Inst Sunday since fhe explosion of the steamer Magnolia. John Fry, of Foaris, LowIb County, has been granted an increase) of pension. Tjiy the ex'ra strong hoarhound drops for your cough, at Lewis' Candy Kitchen. m . Fresh Like and river fish received daily at John Wheeler's, on Market street. m9J12t m The bright little seven-year-old daugh ter of Will Fitch, of Vanceburg, died a few days ago. Pensions have been granted to Wm. Dyer, of Marshall, and Thomas Arthur, of Potersvillo. Amanda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 22 March 1888

THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. THE MONARCHISTS PREDICT ITS EARLY DOWNFALL, To bo Followed by n Demand for n King. The I'rogrnm for the Future Funeral of Senator Carnot The Russian rress Con tinue Warlike Other Foreign News. Paius, March 22. Tbo Monarchists assort that the cause to which they arc dovoU.nl is rapidly growing in Franco, .and that it i'i a matter of a very few months before tho re public will bo swept away and a ling domanded by a peoplo weary of demagogues, alarmed by continual and disturbing changos, and disgusted ."by incessant oxjrosures of Tonality and a general corruption of the public morals. Whon reminded that tho third empire was not particularly noted for virtue, morality or on honest administration of tho public flnancc!, they reply that it would be too much to expect from a ruler extracted from tho slums, surrounded by a swarm of shame less harpies, ruling only through fear, and possessing only the name of his undo to ren der him endurable to tho French people. Though...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 23 March 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSVUXE, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1888. NUMBER 104. TIRED OUT! At this season notrl- every ono needs to m Mod sort of tonic. IRON enters Intoslinort every phj eleUn's prescription (or those who need building up. P rfpyr - a THE TONIC" l,na-.itnde. Lack of rAH NO JiQUAL, and Is tha nnlr Iron medicine toM Is opt lnlunons. It lSnrlcheM tho Ulood, lavlsorntcs tno aystem, Hcatores Appetite, AliUDIireBtlon It does not blacken or Injure the teoth, canie head Mho or produce constipation other Iron medicine ao Da. a. II. Bnnrusr, a loading phrslclan of Bpring- field, Ohio, aays! . ,. ... " Brown's Iron Bitters Is a thoroughly good medi etas, lose in my practice, and find its action ex- A olsallothor ormsoflron. InweakneM.oralowcon-sa ditlon of the system, Brown's Iron Bitters Is """UflB positire necessity. It is all that is claimed for it." Dr. VT. N. Watebs. 1219 Thirty second Street, "" Georgetown. D. 0, says: "Brown's Iron Bitters ia thoTonloof tho age. No...

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. — 23 March 1888

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. A SUDDEN SUMMONS. OPERA HOUSE, . M. F. MARSH, Editor. HATES OF HUlieiCMl'TION. Tiik Daily BaijijKTiN will be delivered to any part ot the city at 0 cents a week, or one year for 83. Tint Daily Bulletin to any postofllco In tho United States, postage prepaid, nt twenty five cents per vwnth or three dollars per year. FRIDAY EVE., MARCH 23, 1888. THE STATE'S LAW-MAKERS. Proceedings of the General Assem bly Moasures of Local In terestNotes. The House has passed a bill making it n fine of $10 to $50, besides imprison ment, for any one to sell his vote. The amount of flue was from $50 to $500 in the original bill. By a voto of thirty-six to thirty-four tbe House has passed the bill to convert tbe branch penitentiary at Eddy villo into a State Reformatory. The salary of tho Superintendent is placed at $2,500. The Senate has passed the Houso bill to incorporate tho Masyvillo Fair Com pany. A bill is pending for tho benefit of ex- Common School Commissioners who were ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 23 March 1888

K v i; - T . y ., -; J l' A.' I". i tr DAEY EVENING BULLETIN, OfilLY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. ROSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. FRIDAY EVE., MARCH 23, 18W. Indications" TVarmer, air weather." Mns. J. B. Notes is still improving. Mixkd roast 25, Rio 20, Java 27J, at Calhoun's. A full assortment of fresli groceries at Hancock's, cheap. p - , B. F. Lindsat advertises cedar posts for sale elsewhere in this issue. Otstkrs at reduced prices in can and bulk this week, at John Wheeler's. 2 TnT the extra strong hoarhound drops for your cough, at Lewis' Candy Kitchen. Samuel D. Wood, of Chatham, Bracken County, is one of Uncle Sam's now pen sioners. jKnuY J. Lewis and Martha J. Travis, a colored couple, were granted marriage license yesterday. Sir Knight Judok Coons went to Car lisle on the noon train to-day to inspect Carlisle Comtnandery, K. T. CrrAitLES E. Luwis has bought a house and lot on Front street, Fifth ward, from Loonidas Williams, for $-100. i m ' ' ' Phofkssor H. 0. Smith has been seri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 23 March 1888

OPORTO'S THEATER FIRE A FULLER ACCOUNT OF THE PORTU GUESE HOLOCAUST. Eighty Uodlc. Alrendy Recovered From tho Rnln Tho UIeral-Unlonlnt Fred erlok III Tlard at Work General llou X&ngcr's Declaration Cable Note. Libbon, March 23. A dreadful flro broke at Tuesday night In the Banquet theater at Oporto. It wan a repetition of tho history of all theater Urea a houso crowded to sullo etvtion, inadequate means of exit, terrible struggles of people in an effort to reach the street, scores trampled under foot and so Torely injured, fnd at least one hundred people burned to death. Bo far as con be learned at the present examination of tho smoldering rulm tho actual loss of lifo will sot be known for some days. Tho third tier boxes and gallery above wore packed with people, and only a few escaped. Tho debris is surrounded by wetping pooplo whose rela tives woro asphyxiated or burnexl to death. Hospitals and private houses oro filled with tho severely injured. Many woro fa tally injured in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 24 March 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME vn. MAYSVUXE, KY., SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1888. NUMBER 105. TIRED OUT! At thl season nssrlr ererr one needs to nse soma art of tonlo. IKON enters Into almost oreiy Phr rwoeei Joint's prescription (or t i who need bulldli- op. i'ga H HLLE--BE5T THE TflBJIJ!. acu .or I- ana U For WcnkncM ljnsUude, Knew, etc., It IIA8.NO EQU. the only Iron medicine thst is not I It liirlrhfH flin lltnntl. Invfirornteit t bysteirj, Restores Appetite, Aids Digestion It does not bl&cken or Injure the teeth, osase hood- tthe or prodaco constipation other Iron mtdMnu do Da. O. II. Hikklet, a loading physician of Spring. neia, umo, nays " Brown's Iron Bitters is a thoroughly good, medl- eels all other ormsofiron. In woakne-w, or a low con. ins. I nse in my practice, and find its action ex. eels all otner ormsotiron. in woaiene-w, or mow con. ditlon of tho system, Brown's Iron Bitters is nsusUf a podtire necessity. It is all that is claimed for it." Dn. W. N. Watim. 1219 Thirty-s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 24 March 1888

1 DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Propriotoru. M. F. M VRSU, Editor. JtATKS OK DUlidQlUPTlON. Thk Daily Uolmstin will bo delivered to any part of the city at 0 contact week, or one year for 83. Thk daily Bullktin to any postofflce In tho United Statos, post ago prepaid, at twenty five cento per month or three dollars per year. SATURDAY EVE., MARCH 24, 1888. Tub sun crossed the lino a few days ago, and according to general belief this accounts for tbo terrible storms in soma lections. r required but a few lines from tho Bulletin to pet the " bold and fearless writer" of the Court street organ real mad, and tbo little fellow has gone to making faces already. i It has been suggested that the atten tion of the grand jury be called to the " bold and fearless writer " of the Mays ville Democrat and that he bo indicted for deliberate and willful murder of tho "King's English." Another miss meeting was held at Flemingsburg Thursday to protest against the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 24 March 1888

u m ft Y. t H- n . Sf ' I', In one voice they all exclaim, "The RED CORNER wonderful progress. We solicit you to look through our Tailoring Department. The most elegant line or Woolens ever put into a house in Kentucky you will find on our counters. We are "chuck full of orders" working day and night in order that wo disappoint none of our numerous customers, and to give you an idea of the extent of our Tailoring trade, we will add that we are at present employing more workmen than all other Mausuille houses combined! but still we want,, and will havo, more flllSI (nnSMfil 8 uun tarnwu imc w mciio dui o hnu bniLuncii o uLuiniiiupietom Ence, stvio and low price. Many extremely nobby things can be seen at our house that you can not see elsewhere. OUR SPRING OVERCOATS uru beauties, and every hoy who gets a Suit is presented with a beautiful Watch Chain. We Have the Only Complete Line of Neckties, Collars, Shirts, Hats, &c, in Maysville. Rd DAEY EYENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 24 March 1888

EUROPEAN CABLE GOSSIP. A CHARACTERISTIC OF ENGLAND'S PRESENT GOVERNMENT. nnlgnrln Will Remain Voyal to Knropo. Indication of a French Crlnln Ilouman Un MNItitry Conforenoo Kuroponn Floods ContinueForeign Notes. Lonoox, March 84. Tho policy of con ciliation which hns for a long tlmo boon a leading characteristic of the presont govern ment, has never been more itrongly marked than in their recent action of conferring tho Knighthood of tho Garter, made vacant by the death of the Duko of Rutland, upon tho Marquis of Londonderry. The object of this delicate bait to so palpably that it Is amusing to the opposition to sto the efforts made by the government to retain power and ta lose nono of tho adheronts. Although denied by th government, it is none the less true that tb lord lioutenant of Ireland did offer the resignation of his post eomo time ago to Lord Salisbury, who, by promises, prevailed upon him to withdraw. Like most of hii predecessors, Lord Donderry by residing in Ireland and a...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 26 March 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSVILIiE, KY., MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1888. NUMBER 106. TIRED OUT! At this Reason noirlr every one Deeds to use soma Sort of tonlo. IKON enters into sJmoet every phy rioiso's presortption for those w ho need building up. Bitter? m m m BE5TIQMP For Ijn8sltudo.Inck Knerjry, etc., It HAS NO liQUAJ, and ia the only Iron medicine that u not Injurious. It linrlcltcM the lllooil, lnvljrorntcs tbo System, Restores Appetite, Aids Digestion It doos not blacken or Injure tho teeth, cause head ache or produce constipation of Aer Iron medicine do Da. O. II. UrNKLEr, a loading physician of Spring- field, Ohio, says: . .. ... " Brown's Iron Bitters Is a thoroughly good medi cine. I uso in my practice, and find Its action ex- -eels all other ormsoliron. In weakness, or alow con-fl dition of the system. Brown's Iron Bitters is usually a positive necessity. It is all that is claimed for it." Do. W. N. Wateiis, 1219 Thirty-second Street, Georffotovrn. D. C, says! "Brown'...

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. — 26 March 1888

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. M. F. MAHSII, Editor. KATES OF SUliSOKlPTION. Thk Daily Bui.i.ktin will bo delivered to any part of the city at 0 cents a week, or oue year for 83. ttiE Daily Bulletin to any postofllce In the United mates, postage prepaid, at twenty five cents per month or three dollars per year. MONDAY EVE., MARCH 20, 1888. Bad Sort of Democracy. Our Court street contemporary boast ingly nsaerte that it is " the only Demo cratic paper in Mason County worthy of the name." Let's see about that. The cardinal principle of the Demo cratic party is that tlio majority shall rule. Democracy is a government by the peoplo and for the people. At the last August election tho people of Greenup Countv elected W. J. Hardin as their Representative in tho State Leg islature and that too by a 'good round majority. 0. II. Callon was Hardin's, opponent, and acknowledged openly that ho was defeated. If we mistake not, he signed a paper t...

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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. — 26 March 1888

i . 4 . V l k .6 ' 7 if f l. l - m 4 DAILY EVENING'BULLETIN. DAlLr, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. MONDAY EVE., MAliOII 20. 1888. Indications "For Kentucky: Warmer, followed by colder; rain, followed by fair weather, with a cold wave in the ivestern por tions." j Mixed roast 25, Rio 20, J.va 271, at Calhoun's. j A full assortment of fresh gVoceries at Hancock's, cheap. I Junius Johnson celobratod his twenty- seventh birthday yesterday. There were seven corpses awaiting burial one day last week at Ripley. Try the extra strong hoarhound drops for your cough, at Lewis' Candy Kitchen. TiiojtAS Ball has sold and conveyed to L. 0. Nata's one acre of land near Helena, for $120. Albert Bush and Mary Haley, a colored couple, woro granted marriage license Saturday. Sows of the iron for the railroad bridge , at Salt Lick, near Vanceburg, was taken up to that point Saturday. m Charles Hord has bought one and one-half acres of land from L. .0. Natas and Thomas Ball, for $60. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 26 March 1888

THE C.,B.&Q. SWITCHMEN j OBJECT TO WORKING WITH INCOMPE TENT ENGINEERS AND FIREMEN. They Strike In Consequence It is the Ontcotno Jif Secret Conferences Tho Burlington Strikers Surprised Non Union Men to Ho Employed Notes. Ciiicaoo, March 80. Tho Chicago, Bur lington fc Quincy switchmen struck a fow momenta aftor midnight, Friday night The roason the switchmen gave for striking is that they will not work with Incompetent engineers nnd firemen. ThU decision was mado at a specinl meeting of the Switchmen's union, held Friday night nt tho Twelfth Street Turner hall. Fully seven hundred switchmen from all parts of the city wore present and the debate was a heated one and tho switchmen have several old scores against the enginoers but their friendly feeling towards the striking fireman counteracted this animosity. Grand Master "Workman Monohan was president of tho meeting and mado a red hot speech in favor of helping the Burlington strikers. A motion to declare a strike of 'the Burli...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 27 March 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSTTLLE, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1888. NUMBER 107. TIRED OPT! At this season nearljr oyoit one needs to use soma tort of tonio. ' ITtO N enters Into slmost every phy Jdan's prescription for thoeo if bo need building up. Xantm BE5TT0N.& For Weakness wcauncsst .i.nssunuc, ..ics 01 tgr, etc., It HAS Nil .EQUAL, and Is tnlv Iron medicine that is not Inlurions. Lassitude, j.ncrfi It Ullriches tlio Jllooiit InvJRorntcs tho System, Restores Appetite, Aids Dljrestlou It does not blacken or injure the teeth, cause faoad Sche or produce constipation other Iron medieint4 do Dn. G. II. BlKitLST, a loading phjstcian of Spring field, Ohio. Bays: . , , ... "Brown's Iron Bitters la a thoroughly gocd modi cine. I nse in my practice, and find its action ex cels all other onus of Iron. In weakness, oralow con dition of tho system, Brown's Iron Bitters is nsuaUff a positive necessity. It is all that is claimed for it," Dn, TV. N, Watxbs, 1219 Thirty-second 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. — 27 March 1888

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. M. P. MARSH, Editor. JtATh'S OF SMtUCUlFTION. The Daily Bollktin will bo dellvored to any part of the city at O cents a week, or one year for 83. The Daily Bulletin to any postofllco in tho United (States, postago propatd, at twenty five cents per month or three dollars per year. TUESDAY EVE., MAROII 27, 1888. Hok. Thouab Payntkr will bo praying for some one to Bavo hitn from his over zealous friends. President Cleveland can not bo truth fully accused of putting bis friends and relatives in office. His administration baa boon remarkably puro in this as in all other respectB. TnE earnings of the Kentucky Central Railroad for tho month of February show an increase of $5,770 over those of tho corresponding woek of last year. Tho figures are: 1883, $70,008; 1887, $64,232 ; increase, $5,77G. i i A PnoiimmoN convention at Harrods- burg Saturday nominated Eev. Green Clay Smith for Congress in that diatrict th...

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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. — 27 March 1888

K 'Jl' t t li W"fH . Nu- . " m? t p. i" y tt " J- . &: y j ' . ttf i v BV- a!-". K IV ' m-; . K,, ' '' f DAEY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. ROSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. EUESDAY EVE., MAROU 27, 1888. : Indications "Colder, followed by fair, warmer weather." Mixed roast 25, Rio 20, Java 27, at Calhoun's. The Nicholas Circuit Court convened ysaterday. BonN, March 20th, to the wife-of John Haffey, a son. Hiram Tylkb, of Ripley, was granted a pension Saturday. A fwll assortment of fresh groceries nt Hancock's, cheap. Mn. Thomas James has recovered from lato serious illness. Thb Democrats of Oynthiana have nom W. J. Grinnan for Police Judge. Try the extra strong hoarhound drops for your cough, at Lewis' Candy Kitchen. J. Ballenqer, the jeweler, has ono o the most attractive show windows in town. ' o Auonq the marriage liconses granted yesterday was one to Charles Mayberry and Julia Bush. Harry, tho littlo son of Frank B. Miller, of tho Fifth ward, is very low with pne...

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. — 27 March 1888

IT IS HOURLY EXPECTED. DAKOTANS DREADING THE MISSOURI'S OVERFLOW. Settlers Along tlio River From TJUmarck Sioux City Anxiously Watching the Sltuntlon Illlzzariln Damage Crops and FrulU nt Ynrloua Points. Sioux Citv, Iowa, March 27. Tho situa- on the rivor horo Is practically unchanged. Tho weather again turned cold Saturday night, and three Inches of snow has sinco fallen. The gorgo opposite tho city lias been augumouted. The gorges flvo miles above and opposite tho mouth of the Sioux river, as well as tho one tin milos above, opposito Jackson, Neb., still hold. This makes the situation serious, because a flood Is pouring down the rivor still furthor up, The present conditions ate almost iden tical with those preceding the great flood of 1883. The snow lies deep all along tho Mis souri valley anil on the prairies draining into it There is a series of gorges in the river from horo to seventy-flve or one hun dred miles nbovo here, while the upper Missouri and its confluents havo broke...

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