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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 19 November 1887

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VI. MAYSVUXE, KY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1887 NUMBER 307. V 71 vf BROWN'S mm BITTERS wblntBff II105 tilth PURE TEOETABLS tOICS, qalcklr and completely CLEANSES Mil E5BICUES THE BLOOD. Qnltbeas the action of Uio Llrer and KlUners. Clean tke complexion, makes the skin smooth. Itdoeanot tajnre the teeth, cause headache, orprode con-ttipatlon-AMj OTHL'It IKON MEDICINES DO. Physicians and l)raglaU erery whoro recommend it. Dn, N. H ItoaotSR, of Mnrion. Has., trnyrtt "I tecuinmnml Uruwn'n Iron Bitten as n valuable tonlo tor enriching tbo blood, und ivm,ving all djtlwptio rjm plums. U doos not hurt tbe toeth." Dn. II. M. DELZELL Reynolds. Ind says: "I but prescribed ISruwu's lrvn Blttora in caaos of eatcirita nnd blood diaoaaeH alao v hen a tonio waa needed, and it has prored thoroughly sitlsfactorjr." ilu WM.BmNH.28St. Mary Bt. New Orleaoa, La.. i-7s: " Urown'a Iron Bitten relisted me in a cao at blood poiwininr nnd I heartily commvod tt to tbm nimding a blnod ...

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. — 19 November 1887

r ii J- as. V DRESS UP 0 You can cIq thw as our prices a-c within reach of you all. ' Profits are a thing we will not think of -tlio. balance of tlio season. We have determined to sell $25,000 worth more Clothing bi'fore January- 1st, and' we will make prices do it. Our rush of trade is 'great, and our prices, which wo Have sledge-ham-mered down away below the shadow of a profit to us, is drawing all Clotliitig ,buyers to us. Only think of it: rf $2 50 buys an Overcoat worth 5; $3 50 buys an Overcoat worth 6; S5 buys an Over coat worth 9; $10 buys an Overcoat worth 15; $15 buys an Overcoat worth 20. $2 50 buys a Suit Worth $5; $3 50 .buys Suits worth 7; $5 00 buys Suits worth 1.0 00; $10 00 These prices we will continue until wo have accomplished our purpose, and if you come eirly your opportunities for a selection are best. Just received a "large invoice f Fur Caps and Underwear, which we have added to the res of the stock and will let go at the same rate that wo adverse other7gd'i...

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. — 19 November 1887

s L' l. f; , ,si X' THE FINEST IN TH13 LAND! W. H. BESA.N3' $3.09 SH333, AT H3NTflJST3; TRY A PAIH. DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDm rosser & McCarthy, Proprietor. SATURDAY KVENTt.OVID. I887 Indication "For Ohio and Kentucky; fair weather, warmer on Sunday followed vy coiaer onsunday" c jjv, ' X GREEN-BALDWIN TRAGEDY. Comments on tho Deplorable Affair. Baldwin Buried -Green s Ex aminlnfr-Trial;' KHechinger & Cos Ad 8L.niBtKobnckwheat,'"atCalhoun'a. TnAD F. Moons, ol Lexington, hai re--moved to Dover. ITon stylish dresij goods and cloaks, call at D.Hnnt& Son's. ';. i- . TnniB marriages will take place at Lewisburg at an early day. burgweit Wednesday or Thursday. TTiiETCentucky Ceutral offers excursion rates from nil points on Thanksgiving. ... Rev. YATriKR O'Neal, of Lexington, We havo just five weeks in which to sell what Overcoats we have'left on hand. Wo ar going to clean them out! The same can be said of our Heavy Suits;-they must go too. AMh clofee of the ...

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. — 19 November 1887

i SERIOUS LOSSES BY FIRE. VEft A MILLION DOLLARS WORTH Of PROPERTY DE3TR0VE0. Cinetnnatl Railroad Shop as & law, Kantnoky, Baraad Narrow Ka te of tha VI I lag from Doitruetlea. A Hlg Cotton Flra la Memphis. CmoinifATi, Nor. 18. A Are that for a bra threatened tha dMtructlon of entire Ladlow, started la the carpenter depart Mat of the Cincinnati Southern railroad efeop at about 3 o'clock this morning. Only e narrow etroet separated, the flames from ft village, but a favoring wind and the un tiring efforts of the shop Are department, aided by the Ludlow Are department, a hand angina, saved the town. The flro was one of the fiercest., hottest and most disastrous that has occurred in the vicinity of Cincinnati for monv months. The total loss will exceed f-!0.0()(, and arobablr reach $30tl,0Ji. Its efftct 1 to hrow 400 men out of omplorment and probably strike a permanent blow at tho froepcrityinnd future o( Lullow, as it is nt likely that the burned proporty will bo rrolwllt. The fl...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 21 November 1887

mp1 'i in; BITTERS sMblnlng IBOR with PUBE YBOETABLE IONICS, quickly and eoaipletcly CLEVISES and EMUCuES THE BLOOD. Qalckeas fee action of the Llrer and Kldnejs. Clears the eiaploxlon, makes the skin smooth. It does not Injure the teeth, canso headache, or produce con. stlpatlon-ALL OTUEB IBON MEDICINES DO. Fhratclana and Druggists everywhere recommend It. Dn. N. 8. KuaoLXfl, of Marlon. Mam., Burst " I tecommond Ilrown's Iron Bitten as a valuable tonlo (or enriching tho blood, and removing all dyspeptlo symptoms. It does not nurt the teeth.'" Dn. R, It JixtxxLL, Reynolds, Ind saysj "I nave prescribed Brown's Iron. Bitters in cases of nsemia and blood diseases also when a tonlo naa seeded, and it has prored thoroughly satisfactory." 'Mb. Wm. Bthns, 28 St. Blary Bt.. New Orleans, La., r7s: M Brown's Iron Bitters relieved me in a caao el blood poisoning, and I beartil commend it to those needing a blood purifier, Mb. W. W. MoNAHAK.Tuscnmbia, Ala , says: " I navo been troubled from chi...

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. — 21 November 1887

'. '- "i DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDA Y. ROSSER & McCARfHY, Proprietors. HATES OF 8UB60R1PTI0N. Tub Daily Bulletin will be delivered to liny part ol the city at 8 cents a week, or ono year for 93. Tmk Daily Bulletin to any ppatofilce In ttoe United Hiatus, ,iostaee prepaid, at twenty five cent per month or three dollar t per year. MONDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 21, 1867. Thji Enquirer remarks that "it is hard for poor people to keep warm at present prices." m This mast be some of the cold, stormy, disagreeable weather predicted bv the goose-bono for the latter part of Novem ber. Tni question of fuel is becoming more eiious than over to a great many people. The river continues low and coal is hijjh, with but little to bo had at any price. A statistical relieious ed tor savs a $12,000 salaried pastor can only work 7 , production than anything else, although, BiontbB in a year without becoming a of course, there are exceptions where phyuical wreck ; the $10,000 preacher can so...

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. — 21 November 1887

f 'I r THE FINEST IN THE LAWP! W. H. MEANS' $3.00 BH0S3. AT H3aH'S; TRY A PAIR, DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietor. MONDAY EVEN'G, NOV. 21 1887. WHAT WAS IT ? Indications For ivarmcr uxather." Kentucky, fair, 6EL-ni8iNO buckwheat, at Calhoun's. v Tni mercury was down to within fifteen degrees of xero this morning. Tim November term of the Fleming Circuit Court convened to-day. - - Rkv. Russim, Cjjcil ia assisting in a protracted meeting at Augusta. Allbn W. Bbxwkr, of Eculspia, has "been granted nn increase of pension. Jodqi Colh and Commonwealth's At torney Bailee left this morning for Flero ingsburg. Remarkable Atmospheric Phe nomenon That Visits -Three Cities. A Strange and Sadden Change That Startled the People. manifested hero this afternoon, which A Success in Every Way. frightdncd a great many persons. At l1 The beautiful cantata, "Q uenoiFamb1' o'clock p. m. a snow-storm came up and will bo givrn Ht the opera house op it snowed vi...

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. — 21 November 1887

My ggol beCephonJI JBMlvWQ .QRM4r MEETING BE TWEEN THE TWO RULEIJ8. w tli Csf of Kasl Vu Keoolrad by Mm Koapa or of Garaaay and rrlneo Mtntarek The Health of iha Crowa rrlaes -French Complications. 6ojr, Nor. 3L The general consen ts of opinion la 'politic! circle and the jro jjluba lart nlht seems to be that 1tWroepton given tb ccar of Russia Fri ey 13 Berlin wis of a coid and formal na tjtrw, and bad no political signlucacne what ftpr. fha extremely 'dangerous illness of tae Crown Frinoe Frederick William seemi to casta gloom over the entire city and the jrrl pageant to which almost the entire tty turned out seemed to impress the on- lookers mora as a duty than as a hearty oration. ' The protracted interview which the em peror of Russia held with the imperial Ger man chancellor at his paluco on tlio Untor dor Lindon evidontly is taken to mean that be eldest sou of tho crown prince, and is tmwllling to hold an interviow with the Russian emperor. There is no doubt but what Blsmiron ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 22 November 1887

THE EVENING BULLETIN, "l, " essssslBeWssji esjsW mir V mJKLm Qti0 mmK MAYSVUXE, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 33, 1887 VOLUME VI. NUSIBER 309. llRON "BITTERS nsMnUs; IE0S with rUBE VEGETABLE TONICS, quickly and completely CLEANSES Ml ENBICUE3 TUB BLOOD. Quickens tts action of the Lifer and Kidneys. Clears the complexion, Mates tho skta smooth. It docs not Injure the tcolh, cnuso headache, or prodnee eon (UpaUon-ALL OTHElt IltOX MEDICINES DO. Phjtlclana an J Drugglatu ercrwhoro recommond It. Dn. N. H. KoooLXS, of M.-trlon. Maim., titjnt "I recommend Brown's Iron Bitten as a valuablo tonla for enriching the blood, and rcmoTlriK 11 djrtpeptio wmptoms. It does not hurt tho toetli." Da R. M. Delzeli, Itoynolda. Ind says! " I are prescribed Brown's Iron Bitters in cases of anaemia and blood diseased also when n tonio was needed, and it has proved thoroughly sitlafactory." am w M. UTBN8, 26 Rt. alary St.. Now Orleans. La.. btti: " Brown's Iron Hitters relinred ma in a cans t blood poisoning and I...

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 November 1887

' ', 'i iff! "" " " ' DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAIL f. EXCEPT SUN DA Y. rossek a McCarthy, Proprietors. RATRH OF HUBHORIPI'ION. Tiik Daily Bulletin will be delivered to any part ill the city at cents a week, or one year for i.1. Tub Daily Bollktin to any poatofflco In the United Stales, ostnse prepaid, it twenty He- eenttper month or three U ittar per year. TUESDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 22, 1887. JIalstbad, of tho Commercial tf nzette, . a . - .1 -writes hb though he regrets Mint the negro was ever given tho riirfit to vote. ' ....... Tni typhoid fever epidemic at Cincin laati continues t decreaB". Twenty air deaths from the disenso woro reported last week against forty the week before. " . . Tni Cincinnati Commercial Guette eeenis to lament the fact that the South w.inMH BtfPi.i PntiirPMinvn ami two p,...u . 0.. - fionntors by the war. going to about it? Wlmt'n HulfttPnd - -- ----. AmuNdEUENrs are being mxde for an exhibition of Kentucky's resources of coal, iron, minerals and lumber from e...

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 November 1887

THE FINEST IN" THS LANDI W. H. MSAN3' $3,00 SH3S3, AT HJWAOT; TRY A PA1 I to -l- -h M .1- H'J- DAILY EVENING BULLETIN DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDY. : ROSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. TUESDAY EVEN'Q, NOV , 22 1X87. - w : ' s rNDirATioNs -"For Ohio, Kentucky and Wal Virginia, warmer, fair vxather." Thh river is nboltt nn a stand horo. 8iw-iUBiNo buckwheat. Ht Ca,lhoun'a. ft' ' . - t , , ' ' 'i -Tift bunks of this city will all bo closed on Thanksgiving day. Tns ontlook ia nninviting to tbo fellow whoso coal-houso i empty. Tn water mdna for the contemplated ahanue at Limestone Creek have been received. " Mrs' Thomas Pobkill, who has been Tery ill frir the past two weeka, is no bt Mr to-day. Think 0. Bno8 will appear at the opera honse December 5th in Franceses JtRimini." Rkv Albx H. HorKixs, State evangel isf of the Christian Church, was in town hia morning. Mr. Charles Nksditt, County Attor ney ol B ith County, is visiting his brother, Mr. T. Y. Nesbitt. Tub J. II. Hilltnan wae laid up for ...

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. — 22 November 1887

ill .r?. . SlTi '.. fcr.j. iti M-FV'' V- "Ws. V .TjjT- 4 IHEFISHERY-CONFERENCE HWST DAV8 SE8JMON OF THE DI3 Tir GUI3HED BIX. Irftngtiis th noun of Sitting Mod mt Frooo.lNr A Other Details A fftrtotlr Private Msstloc Carlisle and SUadaJl Othor Washington Now. Waxkhcotow, Nor. 8& Promptly at IS ftaock raorabsrs of the "flihsry oomrattsion 9t which tea world has board so rauoh, as nsbled in tbo diplomatic reoaption room at fee department ot stat. To-day's session t Mm commissioners was for the purpose of arranging the hours of sitting; mods of froeeedur and othor details. Messrs. Aagell and Putnam wen in the room when Hours. Chamberlain, TuppM and West ar sved, and a few minutes later they were Joined by Beorotary Bayard. Waen all of fee gentlemon had entereJ, the doors were tosed on the distinguished six no private secretary from oltnor side baing admitted. l?he fooling at tho department of state to 4ay appoara to favor tao issuance of a daily faUetin, or briof resume ot proceedin...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 23 November 1887

'MH ' "-T? 1 THE EVENING BULLETIN. TOUJME VII. MAYSVaXLE, KY., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1887 NUMBER JL I H W $ I Li IV "Til. 1 P WOMEN Hspalmr reaetreil etreaath, r whe naffer free SeSmtliea a-ecallar to their hi, eheuM trj THE TONIC. This medicine combines Iron with pure rwtabla tonic. nd U inyaluable for Dtooaawi peculiar to Women. and ll who lend ewJentary Urea. It Kn rlclirH and Purine the lllontt, MlmuliUes the Appctitf, ritrcwrtlicns the .11 uncles and Nrrveis in fuct, thoroughly JnvlsorntrH. Clanr the completion, and make the akin tmnotn. Itdoos not lilacken tho teeth, cause headache, of Snduce constipation all ofArr iron mullctntt rf. n. Kuzadetq Damn. 1i Famell Are.. Milwau kee Win., air undur data of Deo. 26th IKt -1 hare uboJ Jlrow n'a Iron Hittera. and it hni bwn toot than a doctor to ma. baying cured me of tlio veaknoaa tadicsa have in life. Alto en red nw of Lif er Complaint, and now niTconiplesiun la clear and good. Uu also been beneilcial to my children." Una, Lows 0....

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 November 1887

MHEprfiETf p . Hssfltf . IhiiwLfll DAILY EVENING BULLETIN DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY .JROSSER & MCCARTHY Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tn Daily Bulletin will ue delivered t any part of the city at e cents u week, or on year for 83. Tub Daily Bulletin to any postofTtco u taeOnlted UlntPH, .ostago prepaid, t twenty H4 cent per month or three d Uar per year. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G.NOV., 23, lh8J. Tho Color Question in Ohio Schools. ppecial 'from Ripley yn in the c so -wherein J. 8. Atwood nnd other colored citlzena of Ripley brought Biiit nimitiM the Ripley U.iion School Board, and In -which ithoy petitioned the court to com- . . t. f . pol'Balu board to aunni tneir cniititen in the white bcIiooIb, Judjo Louden, of ibe Common FleaB Court, decided in favor of ' ... the plaintiffs. Great surprint' and inilig nation was exhibited when it in-came known. 8aid one of the members of the hoard : "We ehall cany it to theSupiome Court of Ohio, and if necessary to the BnpremM Court of the United Sta...

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. — 23 November 1887

THE FWE3T Jdff'THB LAND! W. H. MEAS? $3,00 SH3S3, A.V H,OW&.r3: TRY A, PAIR, I. u 4 V- . ';- .- DAILY KVKflliNii BULLBTiiV' D!"!trict Suay School Convention. iiiu i-urici convention Ol IhO OIllKllty 0 AILY, EXCEPT SUNDYi R.OSSER & MCCARTHY., Proprietor WEDNESDAY KVKN'G, NOV .23 1887. Advertised Lotter List. The following is a liatut letters remain- Fchnola of the Christian Churched in inu in the Dosto&lco at Mavaville. Mnson Mnfion, Fleming and Robertson c mnties CountyrKy., fertile week ending Tuea waaheldut Maysliok lust Friday, Satur- dny, Novomber'22, 187: day and Snndav. I Andero'it,TJz-,ie (c.oiVJar.fcson, 8mh Tkuications '' For Kentucky: Fair vxalher, preceded by local rairti Colder." ... . ' . Sklf-risimj buckwheat, at Culhoun'a. Two huxtcrs from Pat is killed quajl near M.t. Cirmd lastweqk. ' An increase iif pension Iihs been grant ed to John T. Prihbln, of Vanceburg. Miss Florence Yaoo, quite sick for tho past week or so, ia im proving. Wiii,ia R Davis, Jr, haa...

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. — 23 November 1887

FRENCH COMPLICATIONS. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. IL CLEMENCEAU CALLEO ON TO FORM A CABINET. 'Destines the Offlsr end aires tilt lies i for So Doing; The Great Question f France asxmany lttuslft Will JTot Fight Orer Uatearl Foreign. Parts, Nor. 523. JL Clemoncetu had a Bg cetiterence with President Grovy thii Bsersing, luting thrsa hour. It was after flba conversations bo hod yesterday with tba feraer' president's of the council and the president's of the two chambers that M. Srery decided to send for M. Clemenceatt m leader of the opposition in the chamber eldepatlo. M. Grevy asked M. Clemen eau to undsrtako too formation of a cab Iset, adding that he Rave him every lati onde la tho choice of his colleagues. M. Otmenooau, while thanking M. Grovy for fcaving thought of him for the presidency of she oounoil, doo inel the otter. fIIo said that he did not shrink from the rwpjnsibilitim of power, for ho was con vinced that thorn was a reform majority in the chamber of- deputies "At another time...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 24 November 1887

THE EVENING BULLETIN VOLUME VII. MAYSVELLE, KY., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1887 NUMBER 2, J II WOMEN Ifaatlnsr renewed strength, or who suffer jYaaa teanattUee peculiar to tktlr sex, ahsald try RR0WWSgJ r f ( vV) A BBS? BH IBB BH BBSB1 SB. " THE TONIC This medicine combines Iroo-wlth pure reftetabla tonics, and Is invaluablo tor Discuses peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary lires. It En riches and Purifies the lllopd, Ntlimtlates the Appetite, Strengthen the illimclcs and WcrTCM-ln fact, thoroughly J n vlKorntcs. Cleats theoumpleiion. androakoslhs skin smooth. It does not blacken tho teeth, cause headache, or produce constipation all other ruH mnlieinti do. Mits. EiJZinKTH Baihd, 74 Farwell Ave.. Milwau kee, Wis., says, under date of Deo. 86th. 1884t . I haw used lirovra'a Iron Hitters, and it has been more than a doctor to me, hiring cured me til tho reaknoes ladlos have in life. A lso cured nio of LIt er Complaint, and now my complexion is clear and good, (las also been bene...

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. — 24 November 1887

-' . & . 4 I - I' DAILY EVENXNti BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. ROSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. I1 RATES OF HUBHCR1PTION. Tub Daily Bulletin will be delivered to any partol tbe city ut 6 contsa week, orono year for 93. The Daily Bbiaktin to any postofflce In tbe United States, ..osIhro prepaid, U twenty flveeent per month or three dollars per year. THURSDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 24, 1887. Ex-Sjirbiff W. N. Fmoot, of OwingR illb', has been appointed b one of the Board of Directors of the Paris, George town and Frankfort Railroid to represent the $150,000 stock recently subscribed by Bath County. m m Tn approacliing c ntest for the city offices at Lexington promises to be " red hot" Neaily thirty candidates are al? ready announced for the different posi tions. The nominees will bo selected December 14th. "Tnise is gold in Central and Eastern Kentucky," said a conservative citizen yesterday. " Professor Newberry, who wis the great authority of the New Y6rk Mining Board, told me that h...

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. — 24 November 1887

3 I THE FIKTE3T IN DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILT, EXCEPT SUNDtY. rossew McCarthy, r Propriotors. THURSDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 24. 1887 Ihdica-tins ",2Jor OAio, 7rA4 taint. Cold' Fot Kentucky and West Virginia, heal raim, followed by fair wealHtr. Colder. Sklt-mbino buckwheat, at Calhoun's. Chakckrt Court hue been in session at Oarilslo this week. To day !a a legal holiday, and all pub lic offices are closed. How. W. H. Wadswobtii has been at Lexington this week. '' Alxx Whalxy, o Manchester, 0., has been granted a periston? ",v " A bbcknt rovival at Mooreflold, Nich olas County, resulted in thirtone addi tions. f w m m Tub Olivotto will enter the Cincinnati -and Catlottaburg' trade as low water packet. " A la rob lot of turkeys have been slaughtered here and shipped East the past week. . - m m Mrs. SARAn Daws h, mother ol Dep uty Marshal Dawson, is suffering from 'a Stroke of paralysis. The fine Bilk quilt raffled at Heiser's European Hotel last evening was won by lire. F. B. Collins. 7T ...

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. — 24 November 1887

WASHINGTON DISPATCHES WTKIEWICZ'S6CHEME WILL PROBA BLY COME TO NAUGHT. Ml Jtw Believed thai the Concession SJrMted tbe His Basking Beheiae ku Veea RerekedSllaaoe nt the Chinese Lefnttloo Uthr Washington Now. TTAsaiiroroiT, Nov. 24. The pertinaoltjr with which tha Mi tklo'wlot-Barton pooplo Mag to their statement that they hare a OBOsuton from tho Chinese government fee a tromendout banking privilege ii very erioas. Perhaps tbor ha i hope that they nay be able to carry tarongh the scheme originated by Mltkiewics and agreed to by be viceroy, but countermanded by a feigner authority. There Is no doubt that there was a concession granted, but the tor rent of newspaper attack upon Mitkiowlcz saeoon as bo came home and 'told his story, ted to a revocation. It is the old story, too muoh foolish talk If Hitkiewics could havo the judgment, to keep his mouth as socurely shut when he had his bird in hand as whon it was still in Ifae bush he would probably have succeeded la his tremendous schem...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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