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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 12 June 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSVILIiE, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1888. NUMBER 174. I JOHN TV. CARTMKLL. MOOKES & CARTMELL, DENTISTS, Office Second street, in otiern houso building. Nitrous - oxide gas aumiuisiercu in an cases. C. W. WARDLE, DENTIST, ZWEIGART'S BLOCK. TTVK. DEW1TT C. PBAHKUK, Dentist, Office: Sntton Street, next door to Postofflce. T. J. CURLEY, Sanitary Plumber GAS AND STEAM FITTER. Artistic Chandeliers, Oil Lamps, Ac. Hecond street, above Market, Maysvllle, Ky, MISS ANNA FRAZAR'S NOVELTY STORE! Dealer In DRY GOODS and NOTIONS. I nave always on hand a lull supply of Sehool Books, and have Just received a large assort ment of new Millinery Goods. JOHN CBANK, House, Sign and Ornamental Painter. Graining, Glaring and Paper-hanging. All work neatly and promptly executed. Office and shop, north side of Fourth between Mar ket and Limestone, streets. alBdly JACOB UNN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Fresh Bread and Cakes ma'de dally and de livered to any part of the city. ...

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. — 12 June 1888

Wfc r , r ft ' 'i f r r-i DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. TUESDAY EVEK'G, JUNE 12, 1888. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, GROVER CLEVELAND, of Now York. For VIco Pres'dent, ALLAN Q. T1IURMAN, of Ohio. AUQDST KLKCTION, 1888. For Shoria, JOHN W. ALEXANDER. THE FIBK-STOKES TRAGEDY. Tho Woman in the Oaso Was Min nie White, a Former Resi dent of Maysville. The recent-rumored death of the no torious Josie Mansfield has revived tho Fisk-Stokes trngedy that occurred at the Grand Central Hotel, New York, in Jan uary, 1872, and in which Fisk lost his life, Recent revelations show that the woman in the case was not Josie Mans field, but was Minnio White, who, at one time, was a resident of Maysviilo. This White woman is well remembered by many of our older citizens. In reference to the matter a New York correspondent of tho Philadelphia En quirer says : "Any reawakonlngof interest In tho matter is oxtremoly repugnant to the quiet, unob trusive...

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. — 12 June 1888

DAEY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILT, EXCEPT SUNDHY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. TUESDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 12. 1888. Indications " Warmer, fair weather." Chifi'ed beef and dried apricots Cal houn's. m The closing examination of the public schools of this city aro being held this week. Sixteen infants were batizcd last Sun day morning at the M. E. Church, on Third street. The brick-layers havo at last resumed work on the Schatztnann building on Market street. Wm. Davis, formerly with William Wormald, will open a coal yard on Plum street next week'. Judqh Colk wont to Mt. Sterling yes terday as a witness in a suit pending in the Montgomery Circuit Court. Circuit ConnT at Vanceburg convened yesterday. In the absence of Judge Colo, Hon. Geo. T. Halbert was elected special judge. - ' ... The personal estate of the late Gran ville Clement has been appraised at $617.95. Six bottles of champaigne wine were valued at 50 cents a bottle. It's about fly time, and you should pro vide your doors and w...

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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. — 12 June 1888

POLITICAL POINTERS. MR. DEPEW WILL NOT BE IN PRESIDENTIAL RACE. THE The Globe .Democrat Responsible for the Statement Senntor Voorhees Inter Tleireil Concerning the Democratic Nom inees Other Political Gossip. Bt. Louis, Juno 13. The Globe Demo crat publishes the following: "11 r. Depew -will not be a candidate. " This exceedingly important declaration is quoted from a private letter just received from Now York. The lotter is addressed to a gentleman who is one of the delegates-at-largo from a western state, aud who will be a prominent figure in the convention. The announoenrout of Mr. Dopsw's conclu sion is from a gentleman in his confidence nnd is regarded by tho recipient as entirely authoritative The letter was shown to tho correspondent of the Globe-Democrat, and this is the pub lication of its content. The explanation of Mr. Depow's position is this: He has satis fled himself fully, by careful Inquiry, that he is not the most available man for the party to nominate. He boliove...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 13 June 1888

WENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VH, MATSVILIiE, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1888. NUMBER 17. THE JOHN W. CARTWKLL. MOORES & OAETMELL, DENTISTS, Office Second Btroot. In onern ccfflS nouso uuuuing. pturous-oxiuo gua Huiuimawrvu m nil caitvs. C. W. WARDLE, DENTIST, ZWEIGART'S BLOCK. TwK.DIiWITT .O. fBASKUS, Dentist, ajvvCW Offlco: Button Street, noxt door to Postofflce. uji iktjm T. J. CUHLSY, Sanitary Plumber GAS AND STEAM FITTER, Artistic Chandeliers, Oil Lamps, Ac. Becond street, above Market, MaysvUle, Ky, MISS ANNA FRAZAR'S NOVELTY STORE! Dealer In DRY GOODS and N0TI0K8. I have always on band a lull supply of Behool Books, ana bave JUBt received a large assort ment of new Millinery GoodB. JOHN CBANE, House, Sign and Ornamental Painter. Graining, Glazing and Paper-banging. All work neatly and promptly executed. Office and shop, nortb Bide of Fourtb between Mar- ketond Llmestono, streets. alBdly jAooBairai BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Fresh Bread and Cakes made dally and de livered to any part...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 13 June 1888

!"'. rf JS DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, ' Proprietors. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 13, 1888. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, GROVKR CLEVELAND, of New York. For Vlco Pres'dent, ALLAN G. THURMAN, of Ohio. AUGUST ELECTION, 1888. For Sheriff, JOHN W. ALEXANDER. No "Straddle." How "great minds will differ." The distinguished editor of the Daily Repub lican pronounces the Democratic National platform as a "straddle" on the tariff question. The editor of tho Chicago News, however, intertaius a different opinion. Ho says: Whoever was looking to the St. Louis con vention for a straddle on the tariff question must be grievously disappointed. As clear as words can convoy Ideas tho platform admits that tho Democratic tariff resolution of 18S1 was ambiguous, and removes that ambiguity by giving tho key to Its interpretations. And the editor of the Chicago Herald doesn't think there is any straddle at all in tho tariff plank. Ho says : Tho parties, do as they ...

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. — 13 June 1888

M DAILY EYENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. ROSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprietora. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 13. 1888. Indications "Fair, warmer weather," CmrrED beef and dried apricots Cal houn's. Have you read A. Honan's advertise ment? A FULii assortment of fresh groceries at Hancock's, cheap. Hiram Dauoherty has about recovered from his late spell of sickness. Don't fail to look over A. Honan'a cheap counter. Hare bargains. Drink Malta. A cool, refreshing drink in hot weather. At A. Bona & Co.'s. Dr. A. 0. Cook, of Helena, has located at MillersburR for the practico of dentis try. George Martin has resumed tho study of law in the office of Salleo & Salleo. Tun Bulletin is indebted to Mr. and Mrs. William Winn, of Washington, for some fine cherries. Messrs. S. D. Pompelly and It. P. Dye, of McLean, 111., are visiting their friends and relatives in this county. ., . - m m Tnn boys who wore "on the town" Monday night were in the Mayor's court yesterday and had to pay for thei...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 13 June 1888

OYER THIRTY TIIOUSAH) KNIQHT8 OF PYTHIAS NOW IN THE CITY OF CINCINNATI, Aad Tat the Tlironjf I Koine Iloiirly ' Swelled by tho Itor Arrivals Every Btato nepreHentoil The Flrt Grand rarndc Chancellor Douglass' Report. Okcuwati, Ju'io 13 The Knight ore fast filling the town. Not a quurtor of an boor elapses that dow not bring with it at ' jeott 'one hundred ol the bravo, handsome and distinguished Hnighte of Pythias, tfhoso in position best to know estimated that '80,000 members of the order aro now In the city. Every state in the Union is now repre sented with all the way from a fraction of a division to seventy-nine full divisions, which Trill be Ohio's representation. Indiana will probably rank next to Ohio in strength dis played, as all of her forty-eight divisions aro 1 'erpected, and next will coma Illinois, with at least twenty-firo. Kentucky will bo rep resented by seventeen divisions1. The crowd around the headquarters of the uniform rutin, No. 21 "Walnut street amounts at al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 14 June 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSVCLLE, KY., THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1888. NUMBER 176. JOHN W. CARTHKLL. r MOOHES & CARTMELL, DENTISTS, W Office Hecond street, In opera Iioubo building. Nitrous - oxide ens administered In all cases. C. W. WARDLE, DENTIST, ZWEIGART'S BLOCK. D B. DKW1TT O. JI-BANKLIN, Dentist, 3klTrm , Office: Button Street, next door to Postoffico. T. J. CURLEY, Sanitary Plumber GAS AITS STEAM FITTER. Artistic Chandeliers, OH Lamps, Ac. Becond street, above Market, Maysvllle, Ky, MISS ANNA FRAZAR'S NOVELTY STORE! Dealer in DRY GOOD8 and NOTIONS. I nave always on band a mil supply of Behool Bootes, and bave Just received a large assort ment of new Millinery Goods. ronii CBANE, House, Sign and Ornamental Painter. Graining, Glaring and Paper-banging. All work neatly and promptly executed. Office and shop, north side of Fourth between Mar ket and Limestone, streets. al9dly JACOB IJNN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Fresh Bread and Cakes made daily and de livered to any part...

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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. — 14 June 1888

k i A 1 lr DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. . DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. nossER & McCarthy, Proprietors. THURSDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 14 1888. Infamous Work. The infamous nssault upon President Olovelnnd's private life, made in tho cir cular which was distributed at St. Louis last week, has boen run down, and the parties who originated it aro known. Tho circular basely charged that the President was guilty of treating his wife cruoly, and had made her life miserable. Few, if any papers, gave any credenco to tho infamous story and refused to publish such a islander. The fact that it was circulated at the National convention of his party was evidence enough that it was gotten up for political effect. The furthor fact that it was originated, not by Democrats, but by nn employe of the leading Republican paper of the country the New York Tribune shows how low n gre.it journal can be brought by bitter partisan animosity. More than that, it aliowa how greatly this leading Republi can journal dreads Clevela...

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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. — 14 June 1888

It '& i p"- fc v-, a i. -j. DAEY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors! THURSDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 14, 1888. Indications "Fair, wanner weather." Chipped beof and houn's. dried apricots CuI- A full assortment of fresh grocories at Hancock's, cheap. The liners straightened out the railroad track on front street yesterday. m There is talk of roviving tho old Tran sylvania Law School at Lexington. The trotting .races commencod at Paris to-day. They will close to-morrow. Drink Malta, in hot weather. A cool, refreshing drink At A. Bona & Co.'s. Stephen H. Aldridqk, of Quincy, Lewis County, has been granted a pen sion. Hon. H. C. Bruce, of Vanceburg, has been ill the past week, but was improv ing at Inst accounts. The commencement of Hayswood Seminary will bo held this evening at First Presbyterian Church. The first number of the Tollesboro Herald is at hand. R. L. Gillespio is pro prietor and George R. Boyd, editor. Messrs. George Ort, Harvoy G. Wel...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 14 June 1888

MR. BLAINE'S CANDIDACY. A RUMOR THAT HE HAS WRITTEN AN OTHER LETTER In Which no 8iys Ua Will Not Accept If Unanimously Asked, and That lis Boo oramends the Nomination of John Sher man Ulalne to Bo Secretary of State. PrrrsBuna, Juno 14. Tho Loader pub lishes the following: B. A, Jones, chairman of tho Republican National committee, loft for Chicago Inst night to establish his hood quarters At the Grand Pacific hotel, lie was weighted down with a groat secret, and ab solutely ref mod to be interviewed prior to bis departure. In his possession was a lottor but just received from James G. Blaine, which is to bo road upon the assembling of the National convention next Tuesday. It states in terms that can not bo misun derstood Mr. Blaine's position in regard tc tho presidency, and settles for good any and all tho questions of his candidacy. In nqitber of his previous epistles from Flor ence and Paris did Mr. Blaine state posi tively that he would not accept tho nomina tion if tendered hi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 15 June 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSVIELE, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1888. NUMBER 17 7. "W. B. MOOIIES. JOnN W. OARTXXLL. rMO0RES&OARTMEiL, DENTISTS, 'Hw Office Second Btreot, in opera bouse building. Nitrous -oxide Baa administered In all cases. C. W. WARDLE, DENTIST, ZWEIGART'S BLOCK. "T)K. 0BW1TT C. FRAHKUW, Dentist, Offloe: Bntton Street, next door to Postoffloe. T. J. CUBJUEY, Sanitary Plumber GAS AND STEAM FITTER. Artistic Chandelier, Oil Lamps, Ac. Second street, above Market, Maysvllle, Ky, MISS ANNA FRAZAR'S NOVELTY STORE! dealer In DRY GOODS and NOTIONS. I have always on band a lull supply of School Books, and have lust received a large assort ment of new Millinery Goods. TOHN CRANE, House, BIrh and Ornamental Painter. Graining, Glaring and Paper-hanging. All work noaUy and promptly executed. Office and shop, north side of Fourth between Mar ket and Limestone, streets. a!9dly JACOB UNR, BAKEB AND GONFEOTIONEB. Fresh Bread and Cakes made dally and de livered to any part o...

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. — 15 June 1888

A im 4fa, " 1 . t r L I i; r DAILY EVENING-BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. FRIDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 15, 1888. Emperor William Dead. Special to Evening Bulletin: Cincinnati, June 15. Emperor Wil liam, of Germany, died this morning at 8 o'clock, aged fifty-seven years. American Press Association. Fbankkout does not know how to pro vide for an Oddfellows' picnic. Too much crowd for the- town. The Republican party is responsible for the introduction of imported contract labor. Tho leaders are trying to refute tho charge, but the Congressional Record proves it beyond a doubt. And yet they have the audacity to pose as the friends of the American workingmen. mm AIaysvillk Is making an cflort to linvo the Congressional Convention held there. Ono thing Is certain, tho convention can not bo held among a moro hospitable people, and ns tho'locatlon ',1s most convenient, there are strong probabilities of their gottlng tho con vention. Carlisle Mercury. Thanks. Mays...

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. — 15 June 1888

t b DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. FRIDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 15, 1888. HAYSWOOD SEMINARY. The Second Annual Commencement of This Popular Institution. Indications "Stationary temperature, followed by local rains." The town election held to-morrow. at Carlisle will be A full assortment of fresh groceries at Hancock's, cheap, John 8. Our, of Augusta, has been granted a patent on a fence. i Mns. Vonholz and daughter Miss Ida are engaged in a revival at Paintsville. Frank Mannon and wife, of St. Paul, are visiting relatives in this city. m W. H. Cox has moved into his elegant new residence on West Second street. A Brilliant Scene at the First Pres byterian Church Four Fair Graduates. Rev. Jos. M. Evans has gone to Hen derson, Ky., to hold a protracted meeting. Stephen II. Aldiudoe, of Quincy, Lewis County, has been granted a pen sion. Mns. Stanley' Lee, who has been ill several days, was much better this morn ing. i Engine No. 350 took forty c...

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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. — 15 June 1888

THE FIRST REAL WORK OF THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CON VENTION TRANSACTED. Sherman ' Iloaclqunrtera Open and nit FrlcncU nt Work A Long Deadlock I'redloteri, and Pocnlbly a Dark norse. Severn! InterviewsPolitical Point. Chicago, Juno 18. The first real work of the convention was dono Wednesday evening when it was definitely announced at tho different headquarter rooms that "Warner Miller vras to bo made temporary chairman of the convention there had up to Wednesday boon a great deal of doubt about this and also that Chauncoy J. Filloy, of Missouri, would probably be made permanent chairman. Mr. Filley is to tx backed for the permanent chairmanship by tho Sherman men, the Alger men and such unattached quantities as Powell Clny ton, Church Howe and others. The Midsouri delegation, thirty-two strong, is coming to Chicago without a candidate and this fact will doubtless tend to increase Mr. Filloy's strength for tho chairmanship with the different managers. Henry Spiesell, of Pittsburg, in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 16 June 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN VOLUME VII. MAVSVILIiE, KT SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1888. NUMBER 178. JOIIN W. CARTMELL. r MOORES & CARTMELL, ' DENTISTS. Bw nrrmic Htwinil street. In onern house building. Nitrous -oxldo cos administered in all cases. C. W. WARDLE, DENTIST, ZWEIGART'S BLOCK. D B.OEW1TT O. FBANKUN, Dentist, Office: Sutton Street, next door to x ofliotnco. T. J. CURLEY, Sanitary Plumber GAS AND STEAM FITTER. Artistic Chnndeller, Oil Lamps, Ac. street, above Market, Maysvllle, Ky, MISS ANNA FRAZAR'S NOVELTY STORE! Dealer in DRY GOODS and NOTIONS. I nave always on band a lull supply of School Books, and have lust received a large assort ment of new Millinery Goods. TOHN CRANE, House, Bign and Ornamental Painter. Graining, Glaring and Paper-hanging. All work neatly and promptly executed. Offlce and shop, north side ot Fourth between Mar ket and Limestone, streets. alSdly JACOB XJNn, BAKER AND CONFEOTIONEB. Fresh Bread and Cakes made dally and de livered to any part of the city. Partie...

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. — 16 June 1888

;",P,TO, rV",r'",,'1l,,','3"r" "T -! IN OUR LIQUIDATION SALE ft f. Erf' R a 7 NOTHING IS RESERVED. No matter how fine and expensive the garenmt is, IT' MUST BE SOLD. In Hot Weather Goods we have an immense stock. They comprise everything new and stylish. In this line of goods we offer special inducements, both in quality and price. Be fore you buy anything that pertains to our line, look at our goods and learn at what prices we are offering them. Very respectfully, DULY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. SATURDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 1G, 1883, Low Tolls and High Tolls. The agitation of tho free turnpike question is spreading. The complaint against tho high rates charged on the main lines leading into this city is one of long standing. In 1876, tko City Council mado an effort to secure lower rates, but tho move was not successful. Dr. John P. Phister was ap pointed n committee of one to attend a meeting of the directors of some of the companies, and u...

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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. — 16 June 1888

THk We are not half through. Those who have already taken advantage of our great cut sale have been more than pleased and surprised, (and we assure you they have been numerous), as our business in the past two weeks has been larger than the Clothing trade in this city has ever known in the same length of time. But we will push the business bravely on. To-day we place on sale , 200 White Vests at 25c. each.; 100 Dusters at 25c. each; 100 Children's Suits at $1.50; 500 Men's Suits, $2.50 to $10. M THESE FIGURES REPRESENT LESS THAW ONE-HALF FORMER PRICE. LOXTIS ZECH & CO. RED CORNER CLOTHING HOUSE. DAILY EVENING- BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. SATURDAY EVEN'G, JUKE 10. 1883. Indications " Stationary temperature ; local rains." Insure with Jno. Duley, agent. jlGdtf m m Chipped beef and dried apricots Cal houn's. i Have you road McKrell'a new adver tisement? Children's shoes at your own price, at Honan's. Rare bargains to be had at Honan's for six...

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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. — 16 June 1888

THE CONVENTION HALL. FURTHER DESCRIPTION OF THE CHICAGO AUDITORIUM BUILDING. The Situation Still Clouded With Uncer tainty Mrs. Iiogrnn Tendered a Recep tion by the Veteran Union League Sho Is Working; Hard for Alcjor Notes. Chicago, June 10. The grand auditorium building on Michigan aveneue, in which ths National Republican convention is to be hold, is now practically ready for the occu pation of the delegates, and the chairs are already being placed in the body of the building. Tho acoustic properties of the ball are pronounced to bo excellent, and it is confidently predicted that there will be no difficulty whatever experienced by any of the speakers In making themselves plainly heard throughout the entire interior of tho building. The pit of the auditorium, occupying a space of eighty by ninety feet, will be given over to the delegates. This section will con tain 832 chairs. On all sides of this space galleries for the spectator, rise, and these are so arranged that any one sitt...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
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