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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 May 1883

r 4 DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 100. MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, MAY 28, 1883. PKICE ONE CENT THE SPORTING WORLD. ) Tho raeo for tho championship, both in the Lcaguo and in tho American Association, ftt tho closo of tho tbirct week of tho ooason, ending Saturday, May 20, showed tho following position of cach'club: League. Chicago Played 18 games ; won 12, lost 0. Providence Played 17 games; won 11, lost 6. Clovelnnd Played 10 games ; won 11, lost 5. Detroit Played 10 games; won 11, lost 5. Buffalo Played 14 games; won 8, lost 0. Boston Played 10 games; won 4, lost 12. New York Played 15 games; won 4, lost 11. Philadelphia-Played 10 games ; won 3, lost 13. American-Association Athletics Played 17 games; won 15, lost 2. Cincinnati-Played 10 games; won 11, lost 5. St. Louis Played 17 games; won 0, lost 8. Metropolitans Played 18 games; won 0, lost 9. Louisville Played 16 games ; won 8, lost 7. Allegheny Played 17 games; won 0, lost 11. Columbus Played 18 gamei ; won C, lost 18. Balt...

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. — 28 May 1883

1 C" if' THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY I.VLXING, MAY 2S, 1SS3. fttf'TKiois : The Kvbmso Bulletin Ik published dally, mid "served tiee of postage nt U cents per nvult ; ! cent pet ino!itl);75cett per thiee months : 31.50 per six tnonllis, ami 83 et yenr, payable In advance. OUR AGENTS. -The following persons me tne minimized agent forthe Daily UUL i.ktin nt the places named. Contracts lor subci Iptloti or udveitlslng tuny be made with tlieiu: V. Suit. SHANNON Win I'ltrv. Mt, J. s. i Lgln. Lewwjiuuc W. T. Beny, Ml.SKltVA H. Hawe. Mt. Mvcrs. IIKLKNA. It. M.illirrlsOl). MAV-LICK- J. A .iHClti'Ml. ORA0ni'KO R. P. Tolle. Tt'CKAiioF. V. L. Holion. slack's P O M. V. Mornn. Elijjavillk W. H. Stewart. KjiAvrnwN Rludon A Bio Fakkow's Stork S T. Fmrow. Mt. Cakmkl T. A . Henderson. Fkhn Lkaf Harrv Buruoyue Muisi'iiYsvir.LK. W. T. Toinlln. FototAN'.sSpjtiNGS. J M. Hawley. Washington Mls Anna Thomas. J hnsov Junction. Seiuggs & Hro. HiLLsnoKo. Rev. V. II. Barksdnlo. The above number represents th...

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. — 28 May 1883

i' THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVEN1N3, MAY 28, 1883. TitK wcnry man who limps nlong, With corns upon his feet, Is grinning now to think thoro'll ho A railway In tho street. And ovory tiny he watches It, With kcon nnd anxious eyes, And thinks how soon its going to tote, A man nbout his sIzp. The fruit, so far as we can learn, was not damaged by the hail storm on Sunday. Boils, blotches, pimples, ahd nil skin diseases, are quickest cured by cleansing the blood with Ayer's Sarsaparilln. ' m Mn. A. A. Wadswohtii lias accepted the Republican nomination for Representative and will make tho race. A nnccsT order made by the Big Sandy nnd Packet companies requires that all freight must paid for before tho wharf-master permits it to be take from the landing. Messrs. Ficklin & Bro. have so notified the business community. . . Masonic Notice. Maysvillo Commandery will meet to night at the usual huur. Work in all the orders is expected. All Sir Knights are requested to attend. W. H. Holmes, ...

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. — 28 May 1883

A "WAR PROBABLE. Clilim Ilns n Largo Army on the Frontier ami n I'luo Xuvy to Oppose the French. Davaria, May 27. Tho French expedition against Tonquin has been laid out upon a larger scale than was at first supposed, and the probability of resistance by China is very certain. On tho 28th of March tho citadel of Hanoi was attacked by 4,000 Annamitea, or Chinese, who woro repulsed, and tho next day wcto driven six milos and dispersed. From that Unto until tho 7th of May all was fijiict, but on that date 2,000 inure Cliliicso soldiers Balled from Pekin towards Tonquin, and tho Admiral of tho French Hoot was instructed to prevent them from landing. There are at present thirty-three companios of French marines in Coohiu China and Tonquin. but tho reinforcements were not to go forward until tho Government should voto tho appropriation for tho expedition. As this has been done it is likely wo shall henr of warm work from that quarter before long, for evpn if tho King nf Tnnrjuin Rnmthl ac...

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. — 29 May 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, i VOL. 2 NO. 161. MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. SWEET PHYLLIS. A PASTORAIk With cowslips In her flaxen hair, In jrown o' blat A crook within nor Illy hnml, A silver bucltlo on hor shoo Phc sits upon n dnlslod bnnlr, Her lleccy Hock nro foedhif? near; Hor heart cnlls over, like, a bird: "Oh, Colin, Colin, Colin donrl My love a shophord 19, Ho leads his (lock on ynndor leu; J nm n s mplo sbephordess, Hut Colin cumo mol" Denr Colin stands nmonarst his floclt, And stares ncros themo'idow gate; He pos sweet Phyllis' itownn' blue, Anl his lnmbklus to tholrfato. ' Oh, Col'n. Colin, Colin dear! " Sweet I'hyllis hears her heart repent. he t'irts and bliihc. for sho sees Hor own dear Colin nt her feet. A pnttfrlnjr of little hoofs 1 hroiiirh meadow trntsses crisp with dew, A bleating at the mendow irate, And Colln's sheop are c.nnlnir. too. Maru 12. H'lMns In Ccnluru Muuztne. FOSSIL MAX TRACKS. Dr. II. W. Harkness lias read a paper before tho C...

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. — 29 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1S3P. B"TBHMS ! TIlP I'.WNISO Bl'M.ETIN Is published dully, and served tree of postage at 8 rents per week ;2"i cent. iei month; 73 cent per three months : 31. 0 per six months, and 83 per year, payable In advance. OUR AGENTS. -The following persons nro the minimized iii;pts 'or the Daily hci. i.et;n at the pla.'c nnmed. Contracts lor subscription or advertising may be made with them: V. Suit. Shannon Win t'lnrv, Mt. s. Iltjgln. Lkwisiiuko W. T. Herry. H. Hmves Mt. oi.ivkt I'eter Myers. IIki.kna. It. M. Harrison. J. A Jlll!kiH. OUANOMIURO H. P. Tolle. TUCKAUOK. V. L. Ilolton. slack's I'. O. Nt. V. Moran. Kt.i.AVir.i.E W. H. Stewart. A H0 S. T. Farrow. Mt. Cahmcl T. A . Henderson. Kekn Lkaf Harry Buriroyne MuitritYsvii.LF. W. T. Tomlln, Kokman'sSi'hinos. M. Huwley. Washington M1s A mia Thomas. Johnson Junction. Sertmgs& Bro. HiM,si;oao. Hev. W. H. Harksdale. 5,736 Thonbovp number represents the circulation, each week of the Daily and W...

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. — 29 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 29. 18S3. Girr your money reiuly for Btrect cur tickets. Owen's block on Myall avenue is now inhabited. Assnsbon Tom AVuod is still on top with flvinucolois. The Board of Equalization seems to be a badly bored board. By formal action of the council the city pig is to'icmain a protected animal. " Old Gold " flour contiues to hold its own in popularity, and is now widely used. Mn, E. L. Wokthlngton lms been admitted as an attorney by the Court of Appeals. . The wild, untamed city pij is to continue to roam at large, unmolested, with no One to make him afraid. The small-pox is Baid to prevail to a greater extent at Cincinnat than has been stated by the papers of that city. Frank Jackson was fined $2 and costs in the Mayor's Court on Monday for a breach of the peace in assaulting Marshall Smith. Mr. George C. Gogoin sold on Saturday, tor the Payton heirs, acres of land near Mt. Gilead, to II. P. Walker for SG32. During the storm last night a numb...

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. — 29 May 1883

lilSST. Rest will bo sweet In tho ovonlng, Yrb.cn tho day's long labor Is done Now, I must bo up mid doing,- for my work la scarce begun 1 Tcnco may bo dear to tho veteran, grown wcnry of war's alarms But now I'm longing for battlo, the clash and the clang of nrmsl Death by and by will bo welcome, If I havo been faithful nnd true Now, ihoio Is llfo to bo lived, nnd I havo bo much todol Once, In tho early morning, when tho clows w ro not yet dry, In the misty summer morning, or over tho sun was high, As I looked nlong tho road whorobyl must presently go, And caw how great was tho journey, how lleicely tho noon would glow, Life felt too heavy n burden, nnd 1 so wcnry nnd w it n, Weary beloro I nnd lnborcd, nnd longing for night at morn. Wcnrv boforo I had labored: but labor ha9 broil lit mo rest, And now I am only eager to do my work with the best. What right havo 1 to bo wcnry, when my work Is se tree begun? What right havo 1 to bo wcaiy, whllo aught remains to be dono? I slpill be w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 30 May 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. TtpTT VOL. 2 NO. Hit: MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. CONDENSED TELEGRAMS. At Wavcrly, N. Y., tho Campbell Block burned Saturday morning. At Denver, Colorado, tho Tabor Milling Company's Btamp mill at Leadvillo burned Saturday morning. Lobb, 500,000. Neaii Lacon, 111., David Redigor, aged lixty, a wealthy German farmer, also his (on, aged eightcon, wero 'struck by lightning yesterday. At Chicago Edward Donnelly, driven of a grocory wagon who wa8 murdorously as multcd tlirco weeks ago, and robbed of his month's earnings, died last night. W ii. Hardee and Solomon Hewitt, tho murderers of Jeromlah Stalvcy, who oscaped from tho Conwaybcrg, S. C, jail recently, have been recaptured in North Carolina and will hang Juno 8. Yesterday at Tallahassee, Fla., Wm. Dannhuc, a whito bartender, shot Jano Atkinson, colored, through tho heart, ot her liouso on Lafayette street. Danahue is in jail. Yesterday a convict on Dutlon's farm near Live Oak, Fla., ...

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. — 30 May 1883

I THE DALLY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY KVE.f MAY 30, 18S3. Stena !-The KVKNINO IIUMjRTIN Is published dally, mid served Iree of nostane nt 0 rents ptM Wf elt ; 25 cents per montli;7ficent per throe mouths ; Sl.oO por six months, and 3 per year, paynbleln iuU mice. OUR AGENTS. -The following persons nrotneiiuihoilzHd mtent tor the Dailv Hul lktjn at the place mimed. Contracts lor subscription or adveitMng nmy be made with them: W.Sult. Hiiannon Win rinrv. MT. GlLKAP .?. S HLtflns. Lkwishuko W. T. Kerry, MlNKKVA W. II. Ilnwes, Mt. Myers. Hklkna. It. M. Hnrrkon. J. A .Jaelcon. ouANoniruo R. I. Toll, Tuckahok. W. L. Holton. Si.acks P O.-M. V. Mornn. Emzaviu.k W. II. Stewart, Gkumantown Rludon it Hro Kakkow'nStohk H T. Km row. Mt.Caumkl T. A. Henderson. Kkkn Lkak Harry Huruoyne MunrJiYsvii.LF. W. T. Tomlln. KoiiMAN'rtHrKiNOS. I M. Hawley. Washington Mls Anna Thomas, J' HNSON JUNCTION. KerUgg it HlO. HiMsiu)ito. Uev, W. H. Harksdalo. 45.7 36 The above number represents tho clrculn Hon, each week...

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. — 30 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY EVE., MAY 30, 18S3. "TiiRiiuiMed drum's sad roll has beat Tho soldier's last tattoo; No more on life's paiado shall meet The bravo but fallen few. On FanioVs eternal camping ground Their Mlont tents nro spread, And Glory guards with solemn lound Tho bivouac of tho dead." Maysvillk isflyinq her bunting to-day. It is a question whether or not tho street cars will be able to run on account of the hogs. Coal from tho Ashland mines is delivered in Lexington by the car load at eleven cents a bushel. Piiof. 0. J. Hall's school will be closed this afternoon, on account of the memorial ceremonies at the cemetery. , , Messrs. Morrison & Kackm:y are exhibiting some very handsome photographic work. Maysville excels in this art. Rev. M. M. Rilev will preach at Washington on Sunday, June 10th, at 3:30 o'clock p. m.f at the Baptist Church. Everybody is invited. Mr. Frank W. Armstrong will leave for France in a few days for the purpose of settling up the estate of ...

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. — 30 May 1883

KENNEDY VS. HANLAN. A Xcw Jinn Will Try the Clinmptoii. Boston. May 28. Tho sculling race which takes placo between Edward llanlan and John A. Kennedy at. the Point of Pines May 30 is attracting moro attention' throughout New England than any other acquatic event that ever occurred within its limits. llanlan is well known, and has been first at tho finfsh in so many races that he has hosts of backers and admirers. Kennedy, on tho other hand, has never rowed in any races worthy of mention, though he has entered in many regattas. llanlan lias been practicing o tho Morrimac river, at Lowell, over sinco he left AVashington, several weeks ago, making his licadquaitcrs at tho Vesper boathousc, situated on a bend in tho river just abovo tho l'awtuckot bridge Ho appears to bo in lino condition, and the improvement in his general appearance since he arrived in Lowell from Washington is noticeable. Thcro docs not ajipcar to be a superfluous ounce of llcsh about him, ,and Lee yesterday observe...

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. — 31 May 1883

DAILY EVENING BUI inn ah r mTflrrnrrnfi tt tt nrnn rum u v Al iVIlDUllU 111 l'littili JL Half a Million of Property Do stroyed. Tho Untile the r.fTortH or the Firemen It it'll tnoiid AuUcd for Aid. Lynchburg, Va., May 30. Tho most disastrous firo that ovor visited this city broke out at 10 o'clock this morning nnd is now raging Airiously. Haifa' million dollars worth of property is already destroyed, including tho daily Virginian building and fixtures ; Commercial bnnk ; the largo hnrdwaro establishment of Jones, Watts Bros. & Co.; the largo tobacco Manufactory of Flood & Peters, and other business houses. Several residences nrc also destroyed. A strong wind is blowing, and tho firo department is unable to cope with the Homes. Telegrams have been scut to Richmond for assistance. Houses nrc inciting into flames ono niter nuothor, and tho wildest excitement prevails. Thuu.iunds of crowd the street:?. The grave Jucci of homeless people and those who nvo compelled to look upmt'i...

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. — 31 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 31. 18S3 r i Kitiia : Tim bVKNfNO Huli.kiix Is published dally, and served lice o! postage ni 0 'uuls per wi'elt;'tfcimlHfi inoutlijTficeiitK per three mouth ; $1.50 per six mouths, ann S3 per car, payable In advance OUR AGENTS. -The lollowlng pcisnnv niu tiieaiiilniiized agents lor the Daily Hui. i.trriN at the places named. Contracts mr suhscilptlnn or udveitlslng may he made with them: W.Sult. Shannon Win Clarv. MT. S. Hl'JBlllS. LEWisiiuna W. T. Berry, MlNKUVA W. II. Hawe. Mt. Ouivwr Peter Myers. Hki.ena. K. M. Harrison. J. t .fackn. It. P. Tolle. Tuckaiiok. W L. Holtnn. Slack's P. O M. V. Moian. Emzavilt.k W. H. Stewart. GKKMAntown Higdon & Bro. Faukow's T. Furrow. ' Mt. Cahmki. T. A. Henderson. Fkiin Lkak Harrv Buiuoviip Muiu'hysvim.k. W. T. Tomlln. Fokman's M. Hnwlcy. Washington Miss Anna Thomas. J itNsoN Junction. Hoi nuns & Hio. Hii.i.siioho. Hev. W. II. Hiirksdnle. The above mini bar represents the rl renin. Hon, each week ...

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. — 31 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 31,1883. WttENE'rcn your children run awny, And you would huvo 'em buck, Just Round let Hob Browning know, And put lilm on their truck. You'll lliid you won't bo broken up, Nor nny tears bo shedding, For Bob ho buckles down to work, And there ain't nny wedding. The street railway truck was laid yesterday as far as the Eagle Plow works in East Maysville. Boils, blotches, pimples, a lid nil skin diseases, are quickest cured by cleansing the blood with Ayer's Sursaparilla. . - . j Twenty jiood horses are wanted immediately for the street railway. Apply to V. II. Yancey, at Yancey & Alexander's livery stable. Tin: "boys in blue" made a very creditable appearance yesterday. They kept step to the tnufeic and marched like old veterans as they are. Tnn the stenmer Virgio Lee has been seized by the United Marshal at Cincinnati. Her passengers and freight passed lip on the telegraph yesterday. John Wm:i:t.i:u's business house on Market street, is ...

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. — 31 May 1883

A PROBABLE MURDER. Portion of n Female Hotly Found In tlio River Ncnr Itlaluir Hun, Intl. Rising Sun, I.nd., May 80. Tkore is much excitement over in Switzerland county ovor a portion of a body caught floating in the river Monday night that seems to point to a murdor. Mondny afternoon, while two hoys were fishing just below the mouth of Grant's Creek, in Switzerland County, about fivo miles from this place, thoy saw a curious package floating in the river. They towed it to tlio shore and opened it, disclosing the head, hands, feet, and legs of a human being. The logs had been disjointed at tho hips and knees, and one foot ut tho anklo, the othor at the instep, and tho hands were cut from the arms at tho wrist. Tho different parts all ovidently bolonged to tho samo body, and that seemed to bo a pretty young woman of about to thirty years old, with black hair, braided in two long braids. She had a full set of teeth, except tho first double tooth of tlio left side of tlio upper jaw, wh...

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. — 1 June 1883

r rr. t J DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 104. MAYSVILLE, KY., FKIDAY, JUNE 1, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. CONDENSED TELEGRAMS. Major Baring, the now British rprc sentativo in Egypt, Trill bo raised to the rank of a Minister and rccoive an ambassador's emoluments. Twenty pcoplo firo boliovcd to have been killed by Monday's cyclone, and fifty injured. No additional names. Tho wire arc down in tho sections visited. Correspondence from Borlin leads to tho boliof thut a gravo Government crUis if impending, owing to tho powerful combination of Mio vnrious sectiona of tbc Reich stag against Bismarck. The' London Times correspondent a' Paris says : Tho country is thoroughly aroused concerning tho Tonquin trouble. I is folt that tho time for reflection is past and tho only courso for Franco is to uc vigorously, and abovo all things, swiftly. At Mansfield, 0., Isaac Mitchell, n tinner in tho employ of Gcorgo Harris, suicided night boforo last by hanging him solf to a Ho leaves a wlio and ono ch...

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. — 1 June 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN: FIUbAY EVENING, JUNE 1, 1883. (WTkums : The Evunino IIcIjT.btix Is published dully, ami served lice ol posture at it .ent per week ;!ij cents per month; 76 cents er inrce mourns ; si.ou per six monuis.nuu f a per jear, payauiein advance. OUR AGENTS. -The following persons are theiiuihoilzed agents for the Daily vi i.ETi.v at the places named. Contracts lor sulTOitptlon or udvei Using may be nmdo with them: Hakims IV W.Hnlt. Shannon' Win. Clary. MT, S. HlvglllS. Lrcwisnuno W. T. flerry. Minkuva V. II. Hawes. Mt, .Myers. Helena. It. M. Harrison. .1. A Jackson. Op.ANOUiuito R. P. Tolle. TucKAimi:. V. L. ilollon. Black's P. O M. V. Mnrnn. Elizavili.k W. H. Stewart. (Jkumantown RlEdon & Bro. Fauhow's Stoke S. T. Fariow. Mt. Caiimel T. A.Henderson. Fehn Leak Harry Burgoyue MoiU'HYaviLLr. w. T. Tomlln. Fohman's Si'itiNas. t M. Hawley. Washington Miss Anna Thomas. J HNSON .JUNCTION. Scruitgs & Hro. HiLLsnono. Rov. W. II. Jlarksdale. . risrf? 736 ikw; UjoSjr 9 .. ...

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. — 1 June 1883

if i$ LVj n ' THE DAILY BULLETIN. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 1, 1883. Jost note It down itisldo your pate, As fixed mid settled tiling, That winter haH got up nnd skipped, From out the lap of spring. And wo may shed our winter clothe Without tlio slightest fear, And inalte a sumnior contract lor Tho foaming lager beer. Mr. 0. A. Walthar, of Augusta, has been appointed a position in the establishment of Ilechingcr Bros. & Co. m m The finest strawberries we have seen this season were grown by Mr. It. D. Lane, of tho west end. They are very large and of a delicious flavor. Tin: street railway tracklayers are at work in Chester to-day and are making rapid progress. "Workmen are also engaged building tho stables at tho Eastond of the line. Some time ago, Mrs. T. T. Emmons of East Maysville, killed a turkey nnd took from it an egg which was afterward put under a eitting lien and the result is a lively and healthy young turkey. - .M. According to a new post office law, postmasters are only r...

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. — 1 June 1883

STJKDAT RAILROADING. Detroit, May 31. The following letter from II. U. Lodyard, Prcaident of tlio Michigan Central, in reply to queries propound od by Mr. II II. Talbott. of the Rail-way Ago, is decidedly interesting, as being a hearty indorsement from a high soureo of tho action taken by Colonol Bennett II. Young, l'rosidcnt. and Gonoral Managorof tho Louisville, Now Albany & Chicago Railway, on tho Sunday question as related to railroads: To tho Editors of tlio Hallway Aj?o: I have your letter of May 11 relative to tho action recently taken by the President of tho Louisville, Now Albany & Chicago Railway Company in ordering tho suspension of all trains upon tho Sabbath day, .and noto your request that I shall reply to certain questions as slated in your letter. 1. If all railroad companies competing for the same class of traffio from and to common points, wcro in accord, it would be practicable to a very largo extent to abandon tho running of railway trains on the Sabbath ...

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