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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 6 June 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAVSVIIiliE, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1888. NUMBER 169. PAINTS, FANCY GOODS, DRUGS. Prescriptions n specialty at all bonrs. J. JAMBS WOOD. GENERAL INSURANCE Life, Fire, Accident Marine and Tornado. The companies represented by the under signed insure at reasonable rates all Insurable property against loss or damage by Fire, Lightning or Wind. Any amount of Insur ance placed on desirable risks, In Western, of Toronto, Canada; Agricultural, of Watertown, N. Y.; Kxhton, of Covington, Ky.; Boatman's, of Pittsburg, Pa., and tbe world renowned ''Travelers" Llfo and Accident, of Hartford. Conn. These companies bave all compiled with the law, and arc authorized to do business In Ken tucky. W. .U WARDER, Agent, d8dCra Court Street, Maysvlllo. -pOBEBX BI8HET, PRACTICAL- PLUMBER Gas and Steam Fitter. V Orders promptly attended to. No. SS Second street. maris SMALL, THE TAILOR. Fresh lot of elegant piece goods. Bnlts made to order for only TWEBTT OIj IaARR. Orde...

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. — 6 June 1888

x t.C v- Jy F 'v r&' ) ' DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 6, 1888. The Outlook Bright. Tho outlook for the Democratic party is bright aud encouraging much bright er, indeed, than on entering the National campaign four years ago. Cleveland ia the unanimous choice for President. The St Louis convention will undoubtedly placo one of the strongest tickets in the field over nominated ono that will re ceive warm and enthusiastic support in every section. In speaking of the coming fight and the outlook, the Cincinnati Enquirer says : "Tho Republican managers will not bo permitted to put nil their energies, all their money and all their campaigners into New York Stato this fall. They will have Berious business demanding their attention elsewhere. Their utmost en deavor will bo needed to k;op Illinois from slipping into tho Democratic col umn, nnd it is doubtful if even that can do it. They themselves look upon the s...

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. — 6 June 1888

' DAEY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. Kua CfiFB , MnCARTHY. Proprietors. WEDNESDAY EVEN'Q, JUNE 0. 1888. CmrrED beef and dried apricots Cal houn's. A full assortment of fresh groceries at Hancock's, cheap. i V. H. Perkins, U. S. Storekeeper, is in town to Bpond a fow days. Hooert Ross has entored upon his du ties as clerk at Minor & Bro.'s. mm During May, the police of Lexington made -05 arrests, and the fines amount ing to $425. Mns. 0. G. Layton, of the Fifth Ward, who has been ill Home time, is not im proving any. Frank Leach, Bon of City Treasurer Leach, has been sick soveral days with malarial fever. C. D. Siiepaiid was awarded tho beer privileges at tho coming Maysvillo fair. His bid waB $500. FT.. Ci.Mrln. Irtn. n 4- Pnnin .O llAinn VII.. -liij hjuuuuj iv at J. una a ui;tii, fc i iuiy eniorceu. imoi oven a uaroersnop was open last Sunday. m A young man named Tolle, living near Tollcsboro, accidentally shot and killed himself this morning. Mary Jordak, has bought ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 6 June 1888

CONVENTION DAY. COKTINUED FROK FlIlST FADE. over tuo stuto convontions at Stockton and at San Francisco, and has a reputation as a presiding officer of considerable executive bUlty. Ho has a strong, clear volco. Lieutenant Governor White came to St Louis determined on being made temporary chairman of the convention. Iio was aided in tho contest for the placo by a carload of California wines whloh wore sampled by nearly every delegate in town. Mr. White, like his follow dolegatos from California, is enthusiastio for Thurman. Ha says: "We can overcome the 18,000 majority in our state, especially if the others don't put op Blaine. Bluino's strong protectivo ideas and his anti-Chinese policy make him a for mldable candidate. We would not want anything easier to beat than Allison and John Sherman. There is not an interest of the Pacific slope that Sherman hasn't antag onized every year he has been at Washing ton. Gresham would do better, and that man seems to bo coming up strong." The Ci...

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. — 7 June 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME vn. ' MAYSVELLE, KY., THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1888. NUMBER 170. li RENOMINATED! CLEVELAND TO LEAD THE DEMOCRATS THIS YEAR. DANIEL DOUGHERTY MAKES THE NOMINATING SPEECH AND T1IK CONVENTION GOES WILD WITH KNTHUSIASM. The Cheering Continues for Twenty-three Minutes, llreuklng the Rceord of tho Chicago Convention The Mention of Mrs. Clotelnnd Nome Cronte a Similar Outbreak Speech Stillborn! ly Hon. J Patrick Collins on Tuklng Ills Sent as Permanent Chnlrman. St. Louis, Juno 0. Just as tho doors of the exposition building were thrown open at 9 o'clock to admit tho vast throng, which htd been patiently awaiting on the outside, the military band that was stationed at the base of tho "Washington equestrian statue in the western balcony, burst forth with the doxology. "What was tho special signifi cance of tho selection of the venerable "Old Hundred," whether it was an accident or i lauuuuiu uesu u uu jnio jkm v ui wi tuuuuu GROVER CLEVELAND. tor to breathe a peaceful ...

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. — 7 June 1888

fSmmw 4t. it' s c. m 1i Is? f W DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. THURSDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 7, 1888. Clovoland. The net of tho National Democratic Convention at St. Louis yesterday in nominating Grover Cleveland for Presi dent was but a ratification of tho unani mous choice of the party. His nomina tion for re-election was settled dayB ago by tho various State conventions through out tho country. Tho great unanimity which has charac terized his selection as tho standard-bearer in the coming campaign is a notable event in tho history of the political par ties of this country. It is unprecedented, and is striking proof of the wonderful strength and popularity of the nominee. No man was ever so honored before by any party in this country. There is no doubting it the President has won tho administration of his party, and a warm place in the hearts of the people of t ho country irrespective of party, by his hon est, upright, straightforward and...

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. — 7 June 1888

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. THURSDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 7. 1888. Indications " Warmer, fair weather." Repairs nro office. being mado nt the post-' Chipped beef and dried apricots Cal houn's. ' Reoulaii meeting of the City Council to-night. A heavy rain between Vanceburg and Quincy yesterday. A fomj assortment of fresh groceries at Hancock's, cheap. John Green is Tracy City, Tonn. editing a papor at Sam Jones says : " It's as easy to love lovely girla as it is to lovo BUgar." Tnn drug 'business in Floming County was given a "boom" the other day. i The county levy in Nicholas this year has been fixed at 82 cents on the $100. Samuel Colh, of Vanceburg, is ono of tlio latest Kentuckians to receive a pen sion. John B. DuRitr.Tr, of Washington, has accepted a situation at Wormald'a coal office. John W. Osborne has convoyed to Matilda Lewis about ten acres near Dover for $450. of land C. D. Shepard has nbout recovered from hiB recent illness....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 7 June 1888

Nowhere else will you receive such values for your money. Special bargains for the next two weeks only. Ladies' Pure Silk Mitts, Black and all Col ors, reduced to 15 cents per pair ; Misses' and Children's Mitts, all Pure Silk, 12 cents per pair. LAWNS Big assortment of nicoly tinted Lawns, guaranted fast colors, 3c. per yard, Bold elsewhere for 5c; a yard wide Batiste, nil colore, 7Ja, worth 12Jc; elegant Nainsook Qbecke, suitable for Children, at 7jc. COLLARS AND RUCHINCS Ladies' All Linen Collars 7 jc. each ; (Jufla 10c. por pair. Another blp line of those fancy Striped Collars and Cuffs at 15c. a set, worth 25c; real Crepe Lisso Euchlng in all colors at 10c. per yard ; nico Ruch injr ns low as 5c a yard, FANS Palm Leaf Fans lc. each, 10 cts. per dozen ; nice operand shut Fnne, now styles, from 5c. up to the finest Silk, Gauze and Ostrich Feathered Fnns. H OSI E R Y An imported, full.reu lnr made Hose, Black and Fancy Stripes, that wo always Bold at 25c., reduced to 17Jc. per pai...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 8 June 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME vn. MAYSVUJDE, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 8K 1888. NUMBER 171. 6 ADJOURNED THE WORK OF THE DEMO CHATS COMPLETED BY THE NOMINATION OF ALLEN G. THURMAN AS THEIR. CANDIDATE FOH THE TICK PltESIDENCV. The Name of Governor Isnnc P. Grny, ot Indiana, 'Withdrawn In favor of the "Old Itonmn" The Nominating Speech of M. F. Tarpey, of California As Usual, in Largo Gathering, Some Fool Yells "Flrel" A l'unio Narrowly Averted. ALLAN 0. THURMAN Bt. Louis, June 7. The third and closing day of tho National Democratic convention open up with tho most torrid temperature of tho week. Outside of the hall tho scenes were hardly as exciting as on the previous day, although thero was no lack of rush and bustle. From tho opening of the doors at S:30 there was a steady inflow of holders of compli mentary tickets. Before another hour hod passed the boxes, balconies and galleries were a solid mass of men and women. The delegates were prompt in assembling. Mayor A. A Amos, of Minneapolis, s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 8 June 1888

T"1T-Ty t-jV,-!' W , f"7 VJ Wi'lT''?'1 WttjJ. "f-1 , f -' 1- ' DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, DAIL r, EXCEPT SU.WA Y. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. FRIDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 8, 1888. TO KENTUCKY DEMOCRATS. An Addross Urging tho Organization of Clubs for tho Coming Fight. Headquarters Kentucky Deh. Cr.un,l UOVINQTOK. KY., JUUO I, 18iS. j To the Democratt of Kentucky : Tho follow ing resolution, offered by tho Kenton County delegation at the request of the Kentucky Democratic Club of Covington, was adoptod by the Detnocratlo State Convention held at Lexington on May 10, 1SS8: "Jiesolved, That It Is tho sonsoof this conven tion, that Democratic succe&s can bos' bons sureU and Democratic organization elle ted by tho formation of Doiuacratlc clubs in every Congressional district und county in tho Stato. And tho convention recommends and urges tho formation of such clubs In each dis trict and county, and that thoy become mem bers of tho National League of Democratic Clubs und send delegates ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 8 June 1888

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, f ROSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. i ' , FRIDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 8, 1888. Cniri'nD beof and dried apricots Cal-1 houn's. ' . I A fulij assortment of fresh urocories at Hancock's, cheap. i J. GniF PiiTUEn, a former citizon of Maysvillo, is Missouri's member of tho National Democratic Executive Com mittee. It's about fly time, and you should pro vide your doors and windows with wire screons, furnished by Maysvillo Manu facturing Company at lowest possible prices. 26dtf A game of ball will bo played to-morrow afternoon on tho grounds near tho Kentucky Central depot by tho Manchos ters and MayBvilles. Game called at 2:30 o'clock. ., Mil I t- I I ! I C. E. CoorEit and bride, of Nepton, wore guesta at the European Hotol this morning. Thoy wero married at Aber deen last night. C. J. Scott and Miss Mollio B. Cooper were the attendants. Piiistek Wallace, of tho firm of Pur nell, Wallace & Co., has one of the most peculiar freaks of nature ever...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 8 June 1888

I. I. 1 "'' ADJOURNED. COKTINUKD FnOM FlUST PACK. visit his uuele, Mr. Low'is F. Allen, who offered him a clerkship In order to prevent him going further west This posi tion he accepted, and soon after he 6ocurod a place as clerk in tho law oOlce of Rodgors, Bowen & Rodgers, Buf falo, N. Y., and an 1850 he was admitted to the bar. In 1881 he was elected mayor of Buffalo, with the largest majority ever given to a candldote in that city; in 1683 ho "was nomi nated for governor of tho state of New York, and elected by a largo majority, and In 1884 was selected by tho Democratic Na tional convention as a nominee for this party, and by them was elected president of the United States. President Cleveland married in the White House, on tho 2d day of June, 1886, Frances Folsom, daughter of his deceased friend and partner, Oscar Folsom, of the Buffalo bar. Tho News at the "White Home. Washington, June 7. The news of the president's renomination was recolved at the White Houso ovor a spec...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 9 June 1888

EVENING -BULLETIN VOLUME VII. MAYSVUiLE, KY., SATURDAY, JUNE 0, 1888, NUMBER 173. I to THE W. S. M00REH. JOHN W. CAUTHKLL. MOOEES & OARTMELL, DENTISTS. OFinnic Hpoond street, in onera bouse building. Nitrons - oxide A Brother of Robert Garrett, Late Prosl gas administered In all oases. i . . . tll- ,-. hIn iRiirt C. W. WARDLE, DENTIST, ZWEIGART'S BLOCK. D K.DKW1TT O. FKANKUN, Dentist, Office.: Sntton Htrcet, next door to FostofHco. T. J. CURLEY, Sanitary Plumber GAS AND STEAM FITTER. Artistic Chandeliers, Oil Lamps, Ac. Second street, above Market, Maysvllle, Ky, MISS ANNA FRAZAR'S NOVELTY STORE! Dealer In DRY G00D8 and NOTIONS. I bare always on hand a lull supply of Sehool Books, and have lust received a large assort ment of new Millinery Goods. JOHN CBANE, House, Sign and Ornamental Painter. Graining, Glazing and Paper-banging. All work neatly and promptly execnted. Office and shop, north side of Fourth between Mar ket and Limestone, streets. alBdly JACOB LINjT BAKER AND GONFE...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 9 June 1888

m l&i. sr 4 fc s ft H r HECHINGrER & CO.'S Great Liquidation. Sale is the greatest feature that ever presented itself in the Maysville Clothing1 trade. Think of it: In the next sixty days the entire stock must be sold, no matter what prices they fetch. A few of our leading bargains we offer are as follows: Good, All Wool Cheviot Suits, $7.50; Good, All Wool Worsted Suits in Black, Blue and Brown Sack and- Frock, $8; Good, Children's Knee-Pants Suits, $2; School Suits, $3.50. . These prices will give you but a faint idea of the bargains we are giving the public. COMB AND SEE THE GOODS we offer you at th8se figures. Eespectfully, ff Miaff ynmtiH. J JWf HMMIWK DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. SATURDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 9, 1888. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, GROVER CLEVELAND, of New York. For Vice- Pres'dent, ALLAN G. THURMAN, of Ohio. AUGUST ELECTION, 1883. For Sborlfl, JOHN W. ALEXANDER. Put your money on Cleveland and Thurman. T...

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. — 9 June 1888

I I Zt ;; hr Brings many buyers for bargains, and they are reaping rich rewards for coming early. Our past week's trade has been the largest of the season, and we want next week to eclipso all former ones. Remember everything goes in this sale ; we reserve nothing. Ten Cases now design STRAW HATS that we are now opening, all go at a sacrifice; twenty-five stylos of SUMMER UKBERWE AR at about one-half the price others ask for them ; SEERSUCKER, BllAP D'ETA, SERGE, ALPACA and FLANNEL COATS and VESTS marked away down below former prices; CASSI MERE, "WORSTED and FLANNEL SUITS or ODD PANTS, at prices surprisingly low. Those who come early get the best of these bargains, so don't delay. LOTTIS ZECH &c CO. RED CORNER CLOTHING HOUSE. DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. SATURDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 9. 1888. Ciiipi'ud beef and dried apricots Cal houn's. Gkanted a pension Win. K. Starchor, of Augusta. - A full assortment of fresh groceries at Hancock...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 9 June 1888

TEMPERANCE IN LONDON. THE NUMBER OF ABSTAINERS GREATLY UNDERESTIMATED. A Iteipeotabllltjr Glvn to tlio Unnnen Kot Shown in Other Countries European Nations Quarreling Over Africa Like Dogs Over a nons Foreign. London, Juno 9. Tho number of temper ance peoplo in Lcndon bos boon groatly under-ostlmated by thoao outsldo the ranks. The recent moc tings for tho purposo ot pro totting against tho compensation portion of the govornment'8 county program han boon the means ot awakening thos wb have anoezod at tbo cold water fraternity and looked upon tbetn as a mora handful of fanat ics. But oven these meetings do not afford a correct estimate of their strength, for It. is only tho aggressive and clamorous decriera of strong drink who identify themselves with such gatherings. Tho moderate temperance men, including nearly all tho Society of Friends, largely swell tho number of abstainers, but who work in a quiet way. Tho latter nro doing a great deal to lesson tho number of public housos in E...

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. — 11 June 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSVILIiE, KT., MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1888. NUMBER 173. JOHN W. CARTMSXI,. MOORES & OARTMELL, DENTISTS, W bouse building. Nitrous - oxide gas administered in an cases. C. W. WARDLE, DENTIST, ZWEIGART'S BLOCK, TB. D WITT O. FJUNKUIT, Dentist, OfiJce: Button Street, next door to Poatofflce. T. J. CURLEY", Sanitary Plumber QAS AND STEAM FITTER, Artistic Chandeliers, Oil Lamps, Ac. Second street, above Market, Mnysvihe, Ky, MISS ANNA FRAZAR'S NOVELTY STORE! Dealer In DRY GOODS and NOTIONS. I nave always on band a lull supply of Bebool Books, and have Just received a large assort ment of new Millinery Goods. TODN CRANE, House, Blgn and Ornamental Painter. Graining, Glaring and Paper-banging. AH work neatly and promptly executed. Office and shop, north side of Fourth between Mar ket and Limestone, streets. al9dly JACOB MRU, BAKER AKD OONFEOTIONEB. Fresh Bread and Cakes made dally and de livered to any part of the city. Parties and Weddings furnished on sh...

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. — 11 June 1888

.. , IM- r W 4 4 u dW. iftv DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. MONDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 11, 1888. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Presldont, GROVER CLEVELAND, of New York. For Vlco Pres'dent, ALLAN G. T1IURMAN, of Ohio. ATJOU3T ELECTION, 1888. For Sheriff, JOHN W. ALEXANDER. POLITICAL POINTERS. Comments of the Press and Opinions Of Prominent Men on the Democratic National Ticket. In response to a serenade by the Thur mun Club, of Columbus, and the Kandall Club, of Philadelphia, the " Old Roman " delivered a cllaracteristic speech. Thole ia n great deal of vitality in the old man yet, and his Democracy is just what it was fifty yaars ago. Two years ago Sen ator Edmunds, from his seat in theUnited States Senate, said of Allen G. Thurman: "Ho is the ablest and the grandest, the bravest and the truest Democrat in tho Union." The tributoj was valuable because it was the one single and solitary compliment the cold heart of George F. Edmunds ever paid to hi...

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. — 11 June 1888

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. ROSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. MONDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 11, 1888. Indications: "Cooler, followedby warmer fair weather", Bargains in millinery at Mrs. L. V. Davis'. Carpets, carpets, carpets, at the "Beo Hire." CnirrED beof and dried apricots Cal houn's. . i m A Republican club has been organized at Owingsvillo. Just received, a now lino of carpets, at tho "Bee Hive." A fulIi assortment of fresh groceries at Hancock's, cheap. Go to Mrs. L. V. Lavis' for the cheap est millinery over offered. Pam leaf fanB 1 cont each, 10 cents a dozen, at tho "Bee Hivo." Tiie county levy in Clark County this year is 50 cents on tho $100. Wji. H. Thipmtt, of Flemingaburg, was granted a pension Friday. - m m m ..... Henry Dinger has moved into his barber shop at tho European Hotel, John W. Farley took charge of tho office at the Hill house this morning. 0. D. Russell is ablo to bo out and is fast recovering from his recent illness. i Mr. J. K. Allen has rec...

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. — 11 June 1888

WAITING FOR THE CRISIS. PUBLIC GAZE CONTINUALLY ON THE FRENCH SOCIALISTS. Xrano to Furnish Russia "With Cannon and Ammunition Estimates of the Cot of Austria's Preparations The Wall of the London Teleeraph Foreign. Pahib, Juno 11. The Socialists of Frtnco, while waiting for the crisis that the confi dently expect, manage to keep th appre hensive gazo of tko publto turned continually toward thorn. Mr. Joffrin shares with Clemenceau the honor of being; the projector of a society bearing the proud title of "The Rights of Man," and his rednoss is consid ered of a more sanguinary hue than that of his coadjutor. A conversation with him attho ofHce of La Justice reveals the fact that the creed of the society is a very simple one, being merely that of Inculcating tho duty of subverting tho existing government, whatever It may be, consistently with their princ Iples. M. Joffrin and his friends seem to be rather more exasperated against the republic than if It wore a despotism, and to cherish...

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