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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 2 July 1883

' '! f w v f V Kyi f.. "It- DAILY EYENING BULLETIN. ;(T VOL. 2 NO. 190. MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, JULY 2, 1883: PRICE ONE CENT. FOE-LEGGED ENGINES. Treatment of Street Oar Horues. Tlio r'nte Which OvertnlteH TIim Tlie IllnsIpiitloiiN or City Life Noon llrcitli Thorn Down How tho llomcn Arc Cnrcd Tor, ami tho Work CiitcAno, July 1. A News reporter has been ranking friends iwith tlio street ear horses of this city, aud prints the result of his interview nnd observations. Five hundred cars In the west division are pro- Sellod alternately by a force of nearly ,000 horsos. which aro carofully housed, fed, groomed, nnd doctored at ujodel stables on Western nvcnuo, Ogdcn nvenue, street, Chicago avenue, Indiana street, and Blue Island nnd Milwaukco avenues. About one-third of threo animals are cared for at tlio Wcotorn nvonno stables, the largest establishment of the kind in the city. Tho great impression prevails that the life of tlie street-car horse is a hard ono. The peiambulnting public,...

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. — 2 July 1883

$. A 4 ft: i:: ii THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVENING, JULY 2, 1883. ' "otHNIhmSiI OUR AGENTS. -The following persons are the authorized agents for the Daii.v Bui, IjGtik nt the place named. Contracts for subscription or advertising may be made with them : Saudis P. W. Halt. shannon Wra, rinrv. Lewishuho W. T. Berry, MlNKitVA W. II. HllWdi. Mt. Olivkt Peter .Myers. Helena. K. M. Harrison. J A Jticlcou. OKANOKnUllO U. P. Tolle. Mt. Gii.ead J. s. Hluiflns. Tuckahoe. W. L. Holton. HTjACK'h P. O. M. V. Mornu. Eli7.avi m.k W. H. Stownrt. Ukumastown Hicdnu A Bio. FAiutow's T. Farrow. -Mt. Cakmki. T. A. Henderson. Fern Lkaf Harry Burcoyne MUM'IIYSVIl.I.K. W. T. Tomliu. J M. Hawley. Wahminciton Miss Anna Thomas. Johnson Junction. Sellings A Bio. HlLLSHoiio. Kev. W. H. Bartadnle. , 2 U- The above number represents the circulation, each week of the Daily and Weekly Bulletin. Advertisers are invited to call and assure themselves ot the truth of the statement, and they are requested to bear In m...

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. — 2 July 1883

f' THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY- IENI.Gf,'jrUKVnj2ril883. ' ?ii ' j i ', .' ' '4 ': , ytZBtSoF A goodly host of friends wcro there, With muslo soft and low, To welcorao bnck to private life Our honored " Uncle Roo." Wo hope ho'll live a thousaud years, Ills shadow keep the same, And when tho Reaper comes, he'll And His life Is Ireo from blame. Notice to Subscribers. Tho delivery of tho Daily Bulletin, in Maysville, beginning July 1st, will be entrusted to Mr. William Austin, who will see that its patrons are promptly served with tho paper. Tho subscription prico will bo considered duo each week and will bo collected by him every Monday afternoon. New potatoes aro sold this week at 30 cents a peck. Miss Susan Meadows and Mr. George Boots, bound for Aberdeen, arrived I y the train this morning. m Col. F. H. Bierbower, who was taken suddenly ill on Saturday, we are pleased to notice, is out again to-day. The contract of building tho ico factory has been awarded to Messrs. Lane "Worrick, ...

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. — 2 July 1883

fc THE fOSTAIi TELEGRAPH. ' New llnnda at the Front A Board ef Director Elected Friendly to tlio atorn Union Jay Gould Flno Italian llnnd Vlnlhlo. New Yontc, July 1. At tlio annual cloction for directors of the Postal Telegraph Company, thoro wan only ono ticket in tho field, and it was unanimously elected. It was as follows: Hugh J. Jowctt, President of tlio New York, Lako Erie & Western Railroad; George S. Coe, Prosidont of tho American Exchange National Dank i Thomas Dickson, President of the Delaware and Hudson Cnnal Company; II. L. Hortou of II. L. Hor-ton & Co., slock brokers ; G. W. Cats, President of tho Pittsburg, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railroad; Joel 1). Erhnrdt, United States Marshal; F. W. Peck and E.L. Gil-lotto, of Chicago; Alansou W. Heard, Henry Cummins, and George D. Roberts. The last three have been connected witli tho company for some time, the first as President, the second as Vice-President, ami the third as a Director. All of the others aro new men. F...

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. — 3 July 1883

v i i! DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 191. MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1883. PRICE ONE C ENT. km G ARCHBISHOP Eev. Puroall, the Aged Prelate Eeceives the " Last Rites." A Sketch of Ilia Life-A Fourth Attack of 1'nrnlyNls ut Eighty-Three Tears of Age. Westdoro, 0., July 2. The condition of Archbishop John Baptist Purcoll at tho Ursulino Convent indicato that tho death of tho vcnorablo prolato rapidly approaches: Friday ho was attacked with an extension of paralysis. During tins day ho rallied sotnowhat, but he was so weak and exhausted that tLo last rites of tho Church .wcro administered to hira by Father Callaghan, tho faithful attendant of tho Archbishop ever since tho death of Father Edward Purcoll. At 0 o'clock in tho evening, ho again began to grow weak, and continued for hours in a Bpeoohless state. Ho is now over eighty-three yoars old, and the present attack of paralysis is his fourth ono. A person very rarely survives a third attack, and owing to this fact and to th...

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. — 3 July 1883

t .' , TjTOQM, t s ' A THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 3,'aSS3. OUR AGENTS. -Tho following persons me tuonutliorlisnl agents for the Dailv Bui. letin nt the places twined, Coutrncts for subscription or advertising mny bo made with them: Saudis p. W.Sult. Shannon Win riirv. LEWZsnuno W. T. Berry. Mznkkva II. H II Wet. Mt. Olivkt Peter Myers. M. Harrison. .1 A JncUson. P. Tolle. Mt. S. Hlveliis. Tuckahoe. V. L. Holton. slack's P. O. M. V. Mornu. EwzAViLiiK V. H. Stewart. it Uro. T. Farrow. .Mt. CAUMi'.b T. A. Ilemlcrsou. Fkkn Lkak Hurry Burgoyne Muiti'iiY.svii.i.K. W. T. Tnmlin. FoiiMAN'.stJi'uiNns. I M. Hnwley. Washington MNs Anna TI)iiih. Johnson .Junction. Soilings ,fc Uro. IIzllshoho. Hev. W. H. Barksdale. ie.ssa Tim above liutnber renresonts tho Hon, eich week of the Daily nnd Wkekly IJDI.I.KTIN. Advertisers are invited to cull nud ossure themselves ot the truth of the Mntoment, mill they mc requested to bear hi mind that our ra es for advertising are the lowest. The st...

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. — 3 July 1883

:v v r,n.i W" E.- & - THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVENING, JULY' 3, 18S3. i They honored hlro Yiecnuse, you know, Through nil his llfo there ran That which marked tho nature of An honest, kindly man. And'wheu he goes to other scenes, No matter what befall, In all tho futuro years he'll have Tho warm regard of all. Notice to Subscribers. Tho delivery of tho Daily Bulletin, in Slayaville, beginning July 1st, will be entrusted to Mr. William Austin, who will seo that its patrons are promptly served with tho paper. Tho subscription price will bo considered duo each week and will bo collected by him every Monday afternoon. being a national holiday, no paper will bo issued from this office. Messrs. Eqskw & Allen have contracted to put a tin roof on the new Ico Factory. - G. "W. Guisel has received the first roasting ears of the season. They were raised by Charley Peers. Commodore Nick Mace yesterday, lost $20 on Market street, consequently the Fourth of July will not bo celebrated...

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. — 3 July 1883

ti if ' -i ., .,. i i i.hj'1 in1;" r '.'; f .'"'i' ' ;- .-"J r - - ,( Killed With a Ilnac Ball Bat. Dm Moines, Ia., July 2. On Thursday at the town of Hurry, a wizzard oil man was engaged in tinkering his lamp pre p&ratory to lighting up for the Halo of his wares. He tnado sotno remark which wero oHenatve to a young man, who sat with a lady rolativo in a carriage near by, The young man drove homo, put up his horse and returned to the scene of the street vender's operation with a ball bat, and, stepping up bohlnd tho wizzard oil man, he dealt him a hoavy blow on the back of thcthcad, crushing the skull and causing a wound from tho effects of which death ensued Saturday morning. The event caused excitement to run high and there was talk of lynching. Tho officers took the prisoner to Osceola for safo keeping. Shot Ily a Mayor. Maysvillb, Colokado, July 2. Yester-day morning Dick Baker enmo to town and amused himself by shooting into several buildings. The day Constable being absent...

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. — 5 July 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN i I-. i VOL. 2 NO. 192. MAYSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, JULYo, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. FEMALE DYNAMITERS They Hold a Mass Meeting in New York. EnRlnnd to II o Foutrht Not 'Willi Arms or .Moral NiuinIoii, But With Dyiift. mite. New Yoni., July 4. A was held Monday night In the Cooper Union, tinder the auspices of the Ladies Irish Aid Society, for the purpose of raising funds for the families of " thoso men who recently died for Ireland." The reading-desk was surmounted by a harp draped in crape. Tho desk was also draped in black and pendant from it was n wreath of smilnx. Tho pillars in rear of tho platform were- entwined with black, in tho folds of which wcro inserted small twigs of fern leaves. Tho most notablo dynamiters wcro present. t At 8:15 Mrs. Knto Diggs, tho President of tho association, called tho meeting to order and nominated Mr. P. J. Sheridan as chairman. Mr. Sheridan was received with much enthusiasm. Ho said that he had been too short a tiino in this 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. — 5 July 1883

V jifit . THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1833 OUR following peisons nr e tlieuuiluulzed intents for the Daily Bur. IiRTIN nt the iilnivs tinnied. Contracts for subscription or may be mime with them: W.Sult. SHANNON Will. ''IWV. LEWisnuiia V. T. Berry, MlNKKVA W. li. Hit We. Mt. Omvlt Peter Myeis. M. Harrison. MavhmckJ. A. .Jackson. OUANOKHUilO H. P. Tolle. Mt. H. illiiulus. Tuckaiiok. W. L. Holion. Slack's P. 0. M. . Moran. Emzavim.k. W. H. Stewnrt. HKltMANTOWN illsilloil iV. BfO. Fakkow'sStohk s. T. Farrow. Mt. Caumki. T. A. Henderson. Fkiin Lkaf Harrv Bureoyne Muiu'IIYSVU.i.e. V. T. Tomlln. Fouman'.s M. Hnwley. Washington MIh A linn Thcmins. Johnson Junction. Spinous .fc Hro. Rev. W. II. Unrltsdalu. JUJSQj' 9 The above number represents tlio each weok of the Daily nnd Wkkkia Rullktin. Advertisers nre invited to call and assure themselves 01 the truth of the statement, and they are requested to bear in mlud that our ni'es for advertising are the lowest. Dakota has si...

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. — 5 July 1883

pi- TliE.AILY BULLETIN-! THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1883. Nevki go fast When you ought to go slow, Novorsay "yes," When you ought to say " No." lint dou't creep along Like a snail, us It were ; And be sure thnt you dou't Hay " No" lllce a cur. Notice to Subscribers. The. delivery of the Daily Bulletin, in Maysville, beginning July 1st, will be entrusted to Mr. William Austin, who will boo that its pntrons are promptly served with the paper. The subscription price 'will bo considered due each week and will bo collected by him every Monday afternoon. Tobacco is growing finely. A taut of the ice machinery has already arrived. The arrival of the street cars is an anxiously looked for event in Maysville. The firm name of Richardson & Co., has been changed to Richardson & Russell. YrsTERDAY was the warmest day of 'the season. The mercury stood at 07 degrees in the shade. Geo. Gates has removed his barber shop from Second street to Market, heft tween Front and Second. Messrs. J. H. ...

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. — 5 July 1883

A WHOLE FAMILY Inatnntly Ushered Info Eternity, Cincinnati, July 4. Shortly after nine o'clook lust night & moot appalling accident occurred at the intersection or the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railroad nnd the Winton Place road, just north of Spring Qrovo Comctory, whereby Henry Krackc, his wife, and four of their children wore instantly killed and horribly mutilated by tlio incoming express train on tho Now York, Pennsylvania & Ohio Railroad. Honry Kracko was nn invalid, and with three of his sons, one-a lad of seventeen and tho othcis nioro boys, on a farm savon miles from tho city, on tho Winton road, where ho wnB engaged in raising small vegetables. Ilia wife lived at 168 Everett street, where alio kept a rag-shop, with their remaining four children, John, aged nine teen ; Annie, sixteen j .Maggie, thirteen, and Lizzie, seven years of age. Vcsterdny afternoon Kracko drove into the oity with his for the purpose of taking his wit'o and the four children named out ...

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. — 6 July 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN . VOL. 2 NO. 193. MAYSVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, JULY G, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. FROM OTO THE SEA. i i n The Duke of Marlborough Dies Suddenly. Qunrnutliio In llic Knst Henry Irv-If iK Coming to America A liriloon CroNMCM the Clinimcl at I.iiHt, Etc. ENGLAND. London, July 5. Tho farewell banquet to Henry Irving last night was n grand affair. There wcro present over five hundred gentlemen, und four hundred ladies listened to the toasts. Lord Chief Justice Coloridge presided over tho distinguished nsscmblngc, in which were many well-known Americans. Tho ilay, and tho character of tho guests, with tho prospective visits of Lord Coleridge and Mr. Irving to America, mado tho event ono of international interest. Hon. James Russell Lowell, the Amoricau Ministor at St. James, replied to tho toast to tho President. Tho entranco of Miss Ellen Terry was loudly applauded. She was dressed all in whito and was very charming. Tho toast to tho guo3ts was replied to by Professor" Tynda...

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. — 6 July 1883

tk. V rtT" ."ft; tofD'i THE DAILY BULLETIN. " FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 0, 1883. OUR AGENTS. -The following persons are tlioiuuluuized imeuts tor the Daily Bur. lktin nl the places named. Contracts for subscilptlnn or udveitlslng may bo made wlthlheni: SAUDIS-P. V. Stilt. Shannon Win. 'Inrv. Lkwisiiuhg W. T. Berry, MlSKIlVA V. H. lllllft". Mt. Oiavct Peter Myers. Helena. K. M. llnrrlsou. A Jackson. OiiANOKiiuiio H. P. Tolle. Mt. Gilead-.I. S. Hluglns. TUCKAltOE. W. L. Holtou. Slack's P. O. M. V. Monui. Et.tz vviLiiK W. H. Stewart. Gekmantovt.v Klgdon it Uio. Fakkow's Stoiik S. T. Fariow. Mt. Cakmel T. A. Henderson. Fkkn Leak Harry Burgoyne Muhpiiy9Vii.le. w. T. Tomlln. FoiiMAN'a.Si'KiNas. I M. Hawley. Washington Miss Anna Thomas. Johnson Junction. Scruggs & Bio. HiLt.siioRo. Uev. W. II. Barksdale. m 9" Th nhove number ronresonts the tlon, each week of the Daily nnd Weekly Bulletin. Advertisers are invited to call nnd assure themselves ot the truth of the statement, and they are reque...

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. — 6 July 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. FKIDAY EVENING, JULY 0, 18S3. Cm hogs Here jet, Going to stay, You bet f Free stink, Ko euil, Council Board, Hog's friend. Maysville continues to bo Hogdom. Tin: city infirmary now shelters thirty-six unfortunates. The Lexington fair begins on Tuesday, August 2Sth, and continues five days. "What a pitiable sight Iho respectable City Council of Maysville bulldozed by a lot of angry hog-owners. To make good mucila'jjo tako equal parts of gum tragacanth nnd gum arable with sufficient water to dissolve. Col. Stockton asks us to request all persons who hold keys of lock boxes in the old postoflice to return them to him. A litti: boy, who is visiting the family of Mr. 0. P. Shockley, on Thursday afternoon fell down a flight of stairs and cut his head soverely. , The Bank of Maysville publishes n statement in which a very handsoino showing is made. It is one of the best managed and soundest banking institutions in the State. ' Ri:v. M. I). Reynolds will tako for his sub...

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. — 6 July 1883

An KHtlmnble. I.ndy Killed Uy n Unknown AkuiinmIii. Massillon, 0., JulyG. A ball from a pistol in the hands of a. perewi yet unknown, at an early hour Tuesday morning, ushered into eternity Mrs. David E. Kirk-land, a most estimable lndy, the wife of one of the most highly-respected residents or this city. Near the hour of two o'clock Mrs. Kirk-land was awakened by a nolso outside her window. She arose from her bed and went in the direction of t,he sounds to ascertain thoir cause, and when directly in lront of the window, tho lower sash of which wns hoisted for veiltilatlun, she was shot by ome one standing on the roof, of the porch outside. The members of the household wcro startled by the report of the weapon, and hastily gathered around the prostrate form of tho stricken woman. Sho gasped with great effort that a man had shot her, and died in loss than five minutes after tho louden niiuillo struck her. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. General Market. Cincinnati, July 5. Apples scarce; choice...

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. — 7 July 1883

-DAILY ' -E VEMIG SU :iLETIN . VOL. 2 NO. 194. MAYSVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. FROM BEYOND THE SEAS The Gholera Eages, and Depresses Suez Canal Stooks. Itnm ir That Count 1c Chruiiborrt Una nil Heir A ItiiNnlnn Town Destroyed by Firo FIkIUIiih: in Al- bnu!i Heavy Floods, Locust Dc Tiiat ttliitc ICiisslan Province, fcci 11USSIA. Sr. PcrEnsmmo, July C. Tho inhabitants of various Russian provinces ore aghast at tho devastating ravages of the locust. Intelligence just received from Charkoff states that in that district tho locusts aro swarming over and utterly destroying tho crops of a fcrtilo tract of 60,000 acres. Also in tho district of inthogovernmentof Voroncschki, and in tho neighborhood of Taganrog, the samo frightful destruotion of , tho crops is proceeding. Tlio vnnqf. onprtrp.tin measures to stamn out this phigtio aro being taken, and with ' this object tho district government of No- ' vokopersch havo voted 25,000 roubles, and tho Governor in person has...

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. — 7 July 1883

f ft & Wa. '' s f: r . 'Vj .l r ,. w THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 7, 1833 OUR AGENTS. 'flie following peisons dm tiienuchoil.eil nuents tor the DAILY HUI JjKTIjj nt the places named. Contracts lor subscription or mlveitl.slng inny be made with them: Saudis-1 W. Suit. Shannon Win. ''lnvv. Lewisjiuho W. T. Berry, MlNKRVA W. 11. Hllffw, Mt. Olivct Peter Myer. Helena. H. M. Harrison. ' J. A .Iiil'UmiU. OllANOi'.nUHO H. P. Tolle. Mt. S Hljsilns. T.0CKAHOE. W. L. Hollou. slack's P. O. M. V. Moraii. Emzwim.f. W. H. Stpwiuf. GKHMANToWN HltflJoil A JSrO. FAKKow'sSroiiE S T. Farrow. Mt. Cahmkl T. .. Henderson. Fkhn Leaf Hurry Uuruoynf Muni'HYsviM.E. W. T. Tomlln. KoioiAN'ssi'uiNOS. I M. Hawley. Washington Ml Anna Thomas, J"iiN"oN Junction. primHifc Bio. Hibf.snnitn. ltuv. W. H. Barksdale. 9 Tho above number represents tho encli week ot tlio Daily and Weekly Hulletis. Advertisers are Invited to call and nssiue themselves oi the truth of the statement, ami they aie requested t...

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. — 7 July 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 7, 18S3. ii&i Farmek Fowi.ek now may hold His hend high in the air, Because no's got the boys down And bent 'em everywhere. And ho has taught 'em eveiy one A lesson short nnd sweet, And tbnt is Unit they don't know how To bent him growing wheat. No news from the street cars to-day. . .. - I I The well nt the ice factory is now forty feet deep. The steamer Ohio is now ninning as a Pittsburg packet. The grape crop in this neighborhood promises to ho a very fine one. A oitKAT many cases of whooping cough are reported in the First Ward. County Court will bo held on Monday and Circuit Court will begin on Tuesday. The individual deposits of tho three Maysvillo, bants aggregate about one million dollars. II aulas Cleveland, of Augusta, was seriously injured u few days ago by fall ing from a bicycle. A street railway is talked of at Paris. The establishment of tho railroad machine shops thero started tho project. A house belonging to Joseph McC...

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. — 7 July 1883

A Rnmortd Defeat of Colonel Ilgc by the Creoa. Hklkxa, Montana, July 6. News hns been received from tb North that, the troops under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Ilges, of Fort Assinibsinc, sont out on a scout tq drive back the British Crccs, met the enemy this dido of tho line, Tuesday, and wero defeated by tho ludlan8,who greatly outnumbered tho troops. No particulars of the engagement have been loarncd, but tho report is that a courier was sent in all hasto to Fort Assiniboine for reinforcements. The report of Ilges' repulse is doubted hore, as he is an officer who, even with a small command, would make a determined stand. Ho In Xot IiOttn'H IIiiHbnnd. Washington, July 0. Tho statement having been published that Lotta was married last Tuesday evening to 0. Edwin IIuss, the latter furnishes tho following tard for publication : Washington, D. C, July C. There is no foundation for the rumor of the distinguished actress, Miss Lotta M. Crabtrco, and myself. 0. Edwin Huns. Arrival ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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