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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 8 June 1883

i DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 170. MAYSVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. TWO GREAT SW HERS Arrival of W, H. Beokwith and Eis Sister from England, Wonderful Feats or Endurance In tlio Water IlocorilH or tho Champions Their Ftituro Movements. New Yokk, Juno 7. Among tho passengers on the City of Berlin, wcro Mr. William II. Bock with and his sistor, Miss Agnes Beckwith, tho celebrated swimmers from tho Royal Aquarium, London. Mr. Bcckwlth's wifo and their only child, t bright littloboy of three years accompanied thorn. They wcro met at tho wharf by Mr. Dick Fitzgerald, who took thorn in charge nnd escorted them to a hotel. Mr. Beckwith was in excellent trim, weighing 144 pounds, of a healthy, ruddy complexion. In physiquoho resembles Rowcll, except that his neck is not so chunky and his hair is of light color. Miss Beckwtth.who is now in her twenty-second year and weighs 131 pound., wore a black silk dress and black turban hat. She is short and compact in build,...

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. — 8 June 1883

THE DALLY BULLETIN. FKIDAY EVENING, JUNE , ' 18S3. 4TKKMS: I'llti EVKJflNO BULLETIN Is publlshtd dally, mid served tree of postage at 0 cents per week ;2i cents poi month; 75 cents por three mouths ; 31.30 per six months, ami 83 per year, imvableln advance. OUR AGENTS. The following persons nio tiieauthdilzt'd aoiit torthe Daily Huij i,etin nt the places nniued. Contracts for Mibscrlptlon or advertising niny ho imido with them: W.mt. Hit I'lary. SlT. GlI.KAD1. S HI 'Bin". IjEWWHUito W. T. Berry. Misekva W. H. llawes. Mt. Myers. M. J A JllCl'srm. P. Tolle. TUCKAIIok. W. L. Holton. Slack's I. O. M. V. Mnrati. Emzavim.k. W. H. Stewart. EHMAToWN Rludon A Bio Fahkow's Stouk S. T. Farrow. A. Henderson. Feun Leak Harrv Rureoyiip Muhi'HYSvii.i.e. W. T. Tomlln. Fokman'sSI'kinos. J M. Hnwley. Washington MKs AniiaTliomns. Johnson Junction. Scruggs it Bro. lliLLSiioun. Kev. W. H. Barksdale. &5,742 The above number represents the circulation, each week of the Daily and Weekly .Bulletin. Adve...

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. — 8 June 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 8, 18S3. Oh, listen to tho water-wheel tluough nil the livelong ilny. i'our salary will atop about tlio time you lose your pay ; Tho fellow at tho ladder's top to him all glory goes, And tho fellow at tho bottom Is fhe'fellow no one known, No good are all the' had boons,' for, in country and lu town, Nobody cares how high you've been when once you have come down. When once you havo boon Proaidout and are Presldont no more, You may run n farm or teach a school or keep a country store; No ono will ink about you, you novor will bo missed, Tho mill will only grind for you while yon supply the grist. The first peaches of tho season have been received by D. Daulton, of East Mnysville. Preaching nt tho Christian Church in "Washington on next Sunday afternoon, ot four o'clock bv Rev. A. N. Gilbert. Tun new two cent postage stamp is to be of a metalic red color, whatever that is. So it is announced from Washington. Jack Yates, colored, accidentally cu...

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. — 8 June 1883

jnAJLvjsra jtx xjcijBjJttArii. Ciuatdo. Juno 7. Flour Choice to fancy Southern Illinois and Missouri win ter S-l 2o(S; Wisconsin and do, S-(?()5 8G; low grades do, 2 :Jo -Jl 61); choice western spring extra, irt -n 6 76; low to fair, $l(j4 CO; it, 58 26; dt bakers', 4 26V. li; pntonts, $0 G0tf.,7 51). sVhcat Regular No 2, SI 10m 11- cash, June, and year, $1 121 lo$ July, SI 1-1 o August, ?1 141 16ij $1 14 Jfrf 1 October, closir SI 10J1 105 June. 1 12J1 1'25 .1 .1 SI 14J(l 14 August, Sri43(L(l 1, September, SI lolfinl 15 Oetobor; No - bnring at SI 10(r(,l 10; No. I) do, 2 led winter at $112 cash all in store. Corn No. 2, 65J65c cash, 65(66 June, &0(Tf Gligo July, 6Gjj57Jc September, o0J(61a year, GGfoGJc Juno, 6Uj(W)60)c July, G0S GOJo August, 60J(67 September, 60 year; higli .mixed at GGJGGJc; nc mixed lit 6!(i 6Jjc cush; rejected at 47( 47 Je; all in store. . Oats No. 2, .IOJ41o tFune, July, auiCiiJMc August; closing 40.4u cash and June, 4O(jf,40Jc July, 336. u August. Ilyc No....

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. — 9 June 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 171. MAYSVILLE, KY., SXTUKDAY, JUNE 9, 1883; TRICE ONE CENT. INSULTING mm k mi How Passengers are Treated by Vanderbilt's LaokeySi Lordly DlNrcicard of tho Coinmcu RlKlita of' tho Public IiisuItlnK I.nckeyis Anlnc Their HuobbiKh 3Xiin Public IIo I-l" tlio Motto, From President to Switchman. New York, Juno 8 Tho scandalous treatment of tho publio by tho officials anil understrappers of tho Now York Central railroad has finally aroused a storm of indignation that will suroly make itself felt, in spito of the tremendous money power ol tho Vnndorhilt family. Tho newspapers. have begun to air Bomo of tho petty and a vigorous war may bo looked for in tho noar future Regarding tlio management of tho Contra. Depot tho World snys: " Management I" said nn old at the Grand Central Depot looking at his interviewer with his oes starting from his head. Managoineui I" Why, there novor has been any. I've been traveling on this road for twenty yeitr. every day of m...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 9 June 1883

I ? ,y ' . s 4 Si... m THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 9, 1833. Tkkmh: The Evknino Bulletin is published dully, and served tree of postago nt 0 cents per week ; 'ii cents per month; 75 cents per three month- ; Sl.50 per six months, aud 83 per year, payable In ndvunce. OUR following peisons nre theuuthoilzed agents for the Daily Uul IjKTIn nt the places named. Contracts tor subscription or advertising may be mado with them: W.Sult. Shannon Win Clary. MT. GlIiKAD .1. S IMgln. Lewisbuho W. T. Berry, Minekva V II. Hnwes. Mt. Olivkt Peter Myers. HmrJfcNA. U. M. Harrison. J. A JncltHiin. P. Tolle. Tocicahof. W. L. Holtnn. Slack's P. O. M. V. Mornii. Emzavh.i.k W. H. Stewart. gkkmantown Rlmlon & Bro ' FakkoVs Stoke S T. Farrow. Mt. CAHMRti T. A. Henderson. Fekn Leaf Harry Burgovne Mcbphysvim.k. w. T. Tomlln. Fokman'sSimunos. J M. Hawley. Washington Miss Anna Thomas. Johnson Junction. Scruggs .& Bro. HiLLSHOito. Itev. V II. Barkudalo. i5,742 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. — 9 June 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 0, 1883. HF 1801. Tighten tho girt i.nd slacken the rein ; Buckle your blanket nml holster again j Try tho click of your trigger nuil balance the blade For ho must rlilo suro who goes riding n raid. 18S3. Come bitch up the horso and bring out the plow, Lot John feed tho pigs and Salllo tho cow, Lot's whoop up tho work, our best efforts give That tho wi(o and tho babies la clover may live. The English Bparrows across tho street arc somewhat discouraged to-day, but still in tho ring. Mr. Geomgk Bukkows has sold his on Sutton street to Mr. James G. White for $5,500. The business house of D. A. Richard-eon & Co. ia receivinir a new roof, and also tho residence of Mr. David m Messrs. Bieruower & Co., of Market street, have lately made large shipments of stonewaie and fruit jars to the interior of the state. James Butler, an son of widow Butler, of Fourth street, fell while playing on a horizontal bar, Friday afternoon, and broke his arm....

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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. — 9 June 1883

IK- w p. , AlnioHt a Pnnlo in llnrnuni'a circti. Ciucaoo, Juno 8. Thoro was nearly a panic at yesterday afternoon's performance of Unrnum's circus. Tho place wan completely pookcJ with over 15,000 p'oplu. The grand entry was being made, when one of tllo elephants attached to a "harlot became frightened and went bellowing around the ring, dashing into tho procession, and smashing one or two lighter chariots. To add to tho confusion one of the lady charioteers abandoned her horses and they went dashing around tho ring. Tho wild beast word frightoncd at tho uproar, and began bellowing and beating tho bars of their cages. Tho rest of tho elephants becamo frightened and unmanageable. Tho vast audience, composed largely of women and children, and those near the exit made a rush and jam. For a few moments a general panic and frightful loss of life seemed inevitable; but the continued playing by the band reassured tho frightened multitudo somewhat, and tho succeeded in gottingj tho unruly 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. — 11 June 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL. 2 NO. 172.' MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. ' r "THE NIGHT COMETH ON." Deop down 'moncrst Iho roedy hollows, And nwny thro' tho uiewlows lowt Bwlft o'or Its shining pobblcs, Pausing not In Its ceaseless flow, Tho brook that oomes down from tho mountain To tho ocenn must Bpecd Its flight, As tho brightness that dawned with the morning Must dlo on tho threshold of night. Tho ferns by tho brooksldo growing, And tho reeds n they murmur and sigh, And tho willows and meadow grosses JCecn tlmo as tho broolc swoops by, And tho ocean Is calmly waiting, Hut novor a rlpplo will tell, When tho wavelets tho brook Is bringing Shall bo morgod In Its long, low swell. And there cometh a royal sunsot That llghtetli tho funeral pyro Of the ilay as It glides down tho westorn Bky And dies In Its crimson lire; And night with Its swift wing mounting, Tho brlghtncs sweopoth away, , And settcth the senl of darkness On tho tomb of tho vanished day. And so It...

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. — 11 June 1883

w ' s 4 THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 11, 18S3. mttekum: ftie Evkning Bui,lktin is published dully, mid served tree of postage nt 0 (tents per week ; 25 cents per month; 75 cents nor three mouth ; 3l."u per six mnntlis, and $3 payable In advance. OUR AGENTS. -The following peisons are tueaut Utilized agents tor the DaUjY bul i.etin nt the plac" mined. Contractu lor subscription or advertising may be made with them: W.Hult. Clurv. Mt. Ori.PAn .1. s HI trln. Lewisburq W. T. Berry. MlNLKVA W. H. Mt. Omvkt Peter Myers. Helena. II. M. Harrison. J, A .riMikHMl. ORANa.nuRO K. I. Tnlle. Tuckaiiok. W. L. Holton. Slack's P. O. M. V. Moran. Eliaville W. H Stownit. GEKMANTOWN Klvdon & Bro Fakuow's Stoke S T. Fi'rrow. Mt. Caiimel T. A. Henderson. Fern Leaf Hurrv linruoyne Moni'itvsviLLF. W. T. Totnlln. FoitMAN'H SPRINGS. J M. Hiuvley. Washington M1s Anna Thomas. Johnson Junction. Scruggs & Bro. Hillsboko. Hev. W. H. Barksdnlo. Ir5,742 The number represents the circulation, eac...

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. — 11 June 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVENING, TUNE 11", 1885. The weather cTork Is kludly asked To go nbeud nud borrow, From the future pleasaut days, Good weather for to-morrow. And when his reelection comes, Ho'll plcaso to mnko a note, That on the books lie's sure to see A solid Rebol volo. Mn. Jos. H. Brown informs us that a mnn whose name ho was unnhle to learn was drowned, on Sunday, while attempting to cross one of the streams near the Lower Blue Lick Springs. Mb. "Wm. Easton, an employe of & Power, on Saturday afternoon, while putting a tin roof on D. A. Richardson & Co.'s business house, slipped and falling cut his hand very badly on a plecoof tin. Missus. Mose Daulton & Buo. sold a few day3 ago to Mr. Gus. Calvert, of this county, a hay geldinc by imported dam a premium Raddle mare, and to Jesse Logan, of Fleming county, a black gelding by Buck Rabbit, dam by old Yellow Jacket. It is known that there are graves of Confederate dead at various points in the county, and the...

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. — 11 June 1883

.if Farmers and Farm Help. , As thoro nro "books nnd books" moaning good and bud ones so thoro nro "men nnd men." Some farmers never have any troublo w'th their help and tlio farm work moves as steadily and with as littlo friction as clock-work: othors aro incessantly in troublo and everything goes wrong. Wo aro acquainted with men who nro laborers by the month or year on the farm, and who mako thoir employers' interest their own. Thoy work as well when tho boss" is away as when ho is near, nnd, in everything thoy do, thoy consider how they would not if in their employer's position. There aro others, also, who labor simply for tho monoy thoy receive; they have no interest in the work, but listen with a keen oar for tho dinner horn and watch with eager oyo for thu sotting of tho sun. To do tho work somehow not necessarily well is tho principle which governs them. Tho farmer who is p Articular as to whom ho employs; who nas tho bargain well understood, who pays well, pays willingly an...

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. — 12 June 1883

IS- U DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 173. MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1883. TRICE ONE CENT. jt lA DATS SAD RECORD ,The Vioes rolliea, and Misfor tunes of Twenty-lour Hours. A Ttiir Explode A Homicide finl. clilo A GnltOMQ Jnror Innnnn -An other Tornado, and Othor InciilontM. Tallahasse, Fla., Juno 11. An explo plosion occurred on the tug Athlete, neat Fornnndina. Captain Bam Denotto vn 'blown through one partition wall into t Itc and lodged outside of tin Ho was fatally Injured. Tlu 'eglnocr, William Bowman, ran Into tin engine-room to shut off the stciun, nnd was, also badly scalded about tho face andnrms Captain Parsons, who was on board at the time, and all of the crew, except tho cook jumped overboard, and were rescued 1 the vessel's boats. Tho cook attempted i get through a small hole in the gunrds nm got hung, and remained so until the crow wont back on board and pulled him o'it Tho damages are botween $3,000 and 4,000. Steudenville, O, Juno 11. Alexander Wyatt, who ...

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. — 12 June 1883

p AT THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 12, 1833. e-TKttiis: The Evknino Bulletin Is Jubilshed tlnlly, unci served tree of postage nt cents per week; W cents per month; 75 cents per three mouth-. ; 3 1. 50 .per six mouths, and 83 per year, payable In advance. OUR AGENTS. The following persons nre tne minimized agents fortlie Dailv Bul IjEtin ill the places named. Contracts for subscription or advertising may be made with them: Saudis-P W.Suh. Shannon Win Clary. Mt. Gilead J. S Hlglns. Lewisuuko W. T. Berry. Minekva W. H. Huwes. Mt. Olivet Petr Myers. Helena. R. M. Harrison. J. A Jackson. P. Tolle. Tuckahob. V. L. Holton. Slack's P. O.-M. V. Mornn. Elizaville. w. H. Stewart. Gekmantown Rladou Jt Bro. Fauhow's Store S. T. Farrow. Mt. Cakmel T. A. Henderson. Fkkn Leaf Hurry Burgoyne MrjKPitYsviLLE. w. T. Tomlln. Fokmak'h Spuing?. M. Hawley. Washington Miss Ahna Thomas. Johnson Junction. Scruggs Bro. Hillsboko. Rev. W. H. Barksdale. V&.742 The above number represents tho circ...

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. — 12 June 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 12, 1883. "Here bring your purple and gold, Glory of color and scent ; Scarlet of tulips bold, Duds blue as the llrtnaniout. Hushed Is the sound of the tlfe And the bugle piping clear ; The vivid nnd delicate In the soul of the youthful year. We bring to the quiet dead, ( With ageutloand tempered arlcf ; Over the mounds so muto wo shed The beauty of bossorn nnd leaf. The flashing swords that wore drawn, No rust shall their fame destroy ; Boughs rosy as rltfs ol dawn. Llko the blush on the cheek of Joy. Rich 11 res of the gardens and meads, We kindle these hearts above j What splendor shall match their deeds? What sweetness can match our love?" The people of Ripley have offered a reward of $500 for the apprehension of the murderers of Charles V. Boyd. Messrs. Biemiower & Co. have received in the last few days 103 ;ros3 of glass fruit jars, which is probably the largest shipment of tho kind ever sent Maysville. The firm is evidently expect...

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. — 12 June 1883

' if 1-. . Ht Mpmiyijwip.M re m i itq r wyy; CONDENSED NEWS. DtmiNfl a firo in somo barns at East Chnzy, Clinton county, N. Y., a futhcr nml son named Gushing wore burned to death. The Massachusetts Legislature- has passed a bill increasing tho salaries of members from $500 to $760. In the suit of tho State of Maine against tho Portlond, Snco & Portsmouth Rnihvay Company for State taxes, a judgment has boon rendered against the company for 514,000. The President has appointed tho following Go'vornmont Directors of tlio Union I'acifio Railroad Company : Isaac 11. Bromley, of Connecticut; Georgo G. Haven, of New York; Watson Parrtsb, of Nebraska; Colgate lloyt, of Now York, nml Arthur L. Conner, of Ohio. 1'ecR Entertains Ills "llnd Iioyn. Milwaukee, Wis., June 11. Geo. Peck, the humorous writer, entertained over foil' hundred nowaboys at tho Soldiers' Iionu grounds yesterday. Tho Chicago delegation numbered ovor thrco hundred. Diiiue' was served and speeches made, in which represe...

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. — 13 June 1883

' "'i .' ' ' - N I M DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 174. MAYSVILLE, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1883. . PRICE ONE CENT. M THE GMT CAPITAL The Next Lord Mayor of London Interviewed. now London Is Governed Power ; I tho Slnnlclpal Boards The Anclon.1 Guilds Etc. New YonK, Juno 12. Thcro nrrivod eti the Scrvia last week, a hale and hearty looking, English gentleman. This was Mr. Charles Hadloy, who is at present Alderman of tho Castlehaynard ward, London, but who, on tho 20th of September next, will becomo Lord Mnyor of London. Interviewed by a reporter, ho v furnished tho following interesting information in regard to tho great corporation: " Of course," said tho Alderman, with a smile, in responso to a question, " wo' are entitled I to boast of tho antiquity of our Corporation. It is clalmod by somo that it is a thousand years of ago. It has certainly been eijiht hundred years in existence. Various charters havo been grnntcd from J time to timo, and privileges conferred upon tho Cor...

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. — 13 June 1883

"r Jv JmcA .'Iw'"-"'' K if ' ;J f S If . V t v.1.. ' I. & " C v ) I V'&v&swr' r 'yr '- V- - 'yr fy "V "" W ' 'f PSP ' iT?m , v V J ?" 'HIE .DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY LOVE., JUNE 13, 1&3. "TKKM8: l'lie EVENING BULLETIN fs Jmbilshed ilally, n ml sened tree of postage nt i cents per wi'fi; ; ij cents.per niontli;75 cents per three mouths ; 31. V) per six months, nncl $3 per ye.ir, puvnbleln ndynnce. OUR AGENTS. -The following persons nre thenuihoilzed nnonts for the DAtiiV Hoi. letin lit the places unmed. Contracts toi Hiihcrlntlnii or advertising nuiy bo made with them: W. Suit. Shannon Win 'lnrv. mt. git.atvi. s, H Weill. Lkwisbuko W. T. Berry. Minekva W. U. Huwes. Mt. Olivet Peter Myers. Helena. R. M. Hnrilson. J. A JllCksnn, OiiAhoyiiuKO It. P. Tolle. , Tuckahok. V. L. Holton. Slack's P. o m. V. Mornn. Eliza viLi.E W. H. Stewnrt. Gekmantown Rlcdou A Bro. Fakuow's Stoke s. T. Farrow. Mt. Cahmel T. A. Henderson. . Fekn Leaf Hiinv Burnoyne Mckpiiysvilue. W. T. Tomllu. ...

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. — 13 June 1883

i THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY EVE., JUNE 13, 1883. Tuk Boys'lu Gray now tell us that The resolution nuule is, That they reservo tho rlulit to play "Old Dixie" for tho Indies. And those who mnrched long yeurs ago, Beneath a Southern .sun." Most fervently will hrentho tho prayer, God bless 'em every one. The ex-Cop. federates of Maysville are requested to meet nt Dr. J. M. Frazeo's business house this afternoon at four o'clotik. Two large pieces of artificial ice are ex-exhibited to-day by Mr. 0. S. Leach, at 0. 0. Calhoun's grocery store. It is tiie quality that is to be made by the Maysville Artificial Ice Company. Benny Dawson, aged sixteen years, son of Robert Dawson, formerly of this city, and nephew of Deputy Marshal Dawson, was drowned at Cincinnati, Monday evening, while bathing. At last accounts the body had not been recovered. PERSONALS. Mr. William Long, of Johnson's Junction, was in tho city on Tuesday. Miss Mollio Edmonds, of Cincinnati, is visiting relatives in this ci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 13 June 1883

ji I ) H "I" v !-- r4riW " k . J STKIKE TROUBLES. One Mnn Killed mid Two Otlior 'Wounded at Troy, N. Y. Tkov, N. Y., Juno 12. Tliero was ono inurtlor hero yesterday afternoon, and, perhaps, two more, growing out of tlio atriko of the niolders at tho" nmllcablo iron works. About 4 o'clo k the police were sent for, and after dispersing a largo crowd and arresting three young men, they found ouo man dead from a pistol shot and two men wounded. Tho dead man was Win. Hutchinson'. Ho formerly worked at the malleable iron works, and is said to have como from Detriot and Canada, Joseph Minostono. probably fatally shot, belongs to Troy, and is Bpoken of as a reputable man. Attluir Imeson's wounds arc veiy dangcious. Tho priuonors charged with firing the fatal shots, find who are arrested, aio: Sanford P. White, agod nineteen; Thomas Canfteld, eighteen; Thos. Jones, twenty-three, . John Jones. twenty. White and Canfield aie non-union moldcrs and weto engaged in a row, A great ciowd followed t...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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