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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 18 August 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 220. MAYSVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 183?. PRICE ONE CENT. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT A Kentucky Central Train Blown Up With Giant Powder. An Extraordinary Calamity jFntir Hundred Keg "I iinit l'onder Tear n Triiin mid Two DopotH to Atomy The Mm of (lie Killed unit Fato or Jle.HUlnicls. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 17. One of the most extraordinary niul terrible accidents ever known in Kentucky has occurred ut "Winchester Junction, tho intersection of the Chesapoako & Ohio and Kentucky Central railroads. A Kentucky Central freight train was moving slowly over tho crossing and had almost cleared it, when the Lexington accommodation from Jit. Sterling on the Chesapeake & Ohio struck the rear car which contained 400 kegs of giant powder. The explosion that followed ,was appalling beyond description. The massive Chesapeake & Ohio engine was as completely and instantly wiped ou,t as though itliad been made of glass, there hardly being a recognizable pie...

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. — 18 August 1883

tJ" ' & Ai rtw. el. . V'1 L r it? If THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVE., AUGUST 18, 1883. OUR AGENTS. -The lollowins persons Are the authorized intents lortlie Daily Hol letin nt tlio places named. Contracts for subscription or iitlvevtlslnu may bo maile with them: W. suit. SHANNON Win. t'lrtlT. Lewisuuuo W. T. Berry. MiNKitVA W. H. Hnwe. JIt, omvkt Peter Myers. Helena. R. M. A .faclMil. P. Tolle. .Mt. J. s. HI .sains. Tockahok. W. L. Holton. L. UlllPsple. Slack's P. O. l. V. Moruu. Elizaville. W. H. Stewart. OKHMANTOVN Kllttlnil fc Ilpl. FakiiowN T. Fni iow. Mt. Cakmkl T. A. Heudersou. Kekn Leak Hurry But'toyne MUIU'HYSVILLE. W. T. TomllU. FoRMAJf'S SlMUXGS. f M. HftWle.V. Washington MKs Anna Thomas. Johnson Junction. Soiling". A Hro. HiLLsnono. Hpv. W. H. Harksdnle. 7,464 The above number represents the circuits tlon, each week of the Daily and Weekly Udllktin. Advertisers arc Invited to call and assure themselves ol the truth of tho stnteinent, and they me requested to bear In...

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. — 18 August 1883

it ; ft ' THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATUBbAY EVE., ATJGU8T18, 1883. BOSSER & MoOABTHTT, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Addkicss All Communications. TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. Homo for rent. H. E. tickets free. " O. H." oelebruted cigars. Wk beg respectfully to say, To people everywhere, To-morrow enrs will churchward roll And quickly take you there. And so the Inst excuse Is gone, As you are bound to kiiow ; So get your go-to-meeting clothes, Take our advlco and go. Baunum's show will exhibit at Lexington on Saturday, September 1st. m passengers were counted on one of the streat cars yesterday. Steam will bo raised at the ice factory on Monday for the purpose of trying the machinery. We hope sincerely the street railway company will not bo put to tho expense of supplying tho cars with hog-catchers. Every one dollar paid to Messrs. Miner & Bro. for boots and 6hoes, or other merchandise, will entitle you to a car ticket. m A man and woman, who had lately canvassed Maysville as be...

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. — 18 August 1883

FOREIGN. Th Great Electrical HlorniB In Ireland. AUSTKIA. Vienna, Aug. 17. The opening of the long-delayed International Electrical Exposition took place at last, having been postponed from July -25, because tho time lor preparation was not (sufficient. The Bcene was a brilliant ono and tho display is excellent, although probably not what the Commissioners had at first hoped to make it. There was a brilliant representation from court circles, and the attendance was largely made up of Americaus and other summer tourists, who had mado especial eflbrta to 6ecuro cards of admission. The ceremony was presided over by the Arch Duke Randolph, Prince Imperial. The American exhibit is a creditable one, but by no mean i the best. ENGLAND. London, Aug. 17. Lord Edmund Under Foreign Secretary, stated in the Commons that tho Government of Great Britain had asked tho Russian Government to give an explanation in regard to the expulsion from ltussia, on tho loth, of a British Jew, representing a Lo...

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. — 20 August 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 230. MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. DARING BURGLARY. An Entire Family Captured and the House Robbed. Peculiar Conduct of tho nttrRlarM The Movers Handling Mr. Hill Deliberately Forcing a NrTo In the Preacuce of ItH Owner One or Connecticut Most Hobborle. rniDGKi'ORT, Conn., Aug. 19. William 15. Hill, a prosperous miller, lives with his wife and two children in an old-fashioned, picturesque house in Fairfield Woods, about three miles west of the village oi Fairfield. The house is in a lonely spot a short distance from Mill River, on which Mr. Hill's mill stand. Mr. Hill's nearest neighbor lives more than half a mile away, Henry Weller, a mill hand, and Alice Tanner, a house servant 15 years old, livo in Mr. Hill's house. At midnight Mrs. Hill heard a groan in Weller's room. She awoke her husband who listened and heard the irroan re peated. Thinking Weller was ill, Mr. I Iill got up and started toward the mill hand's room. J...

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. — 20 August 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVE., AUGUST 20, 1833. VHKk OUR AGENTS. -The following peisous are the authorized agent tor the Daily Hui. i.etin ut the places named. Contracts for subscription or udveitlsln? may he made with them: Sardii P. W. Suit. Shannon Win. Han. Lewisbuho T. Berry. Minkkva V. H. Huwe-. Mt. Olivet-Peter Myers. Hklesa. It. M. Harrison. A Jackson. P. Tolle. Mt. s. HIcsjIu". TUCKAHOE. V. L. HoltOll. TolIjESUoko R. L. Gillespie. Slack's P. O.-M. V. Mown. Eliz willb -W. H. Stewart. Oeh'IANTown Rlstdon & Br). T. Farrow. Mt. Cahmel T. A . Henderson. Fehn Leaf Harry Btuimviie T. Toinlln. Formats': Swings.-J M. Hawley. Washington MM Aunn Thomas. Johnson Junction. Seines & Bro. V. H. Barksdale. 7.404 Theahovo number lepresonts the cl renin tlon, each week of the Taily and Weekly Bulletin. Advertiser are Invited to call and assure themselves ot the truth of the statement, and they nre lequested to bear In mind that our ra es tor advertising are the lowest. ANNOUNCEMENT...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 20 August 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVE., AUGUST 20, 1883. ROSSEE & MoCARTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Adukess All Communications, TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. A. R. Rurgess A Clienp Sale. Lost Building Association Hook. Perry aiayblll Wanted to Kent a Farm. Miss Lydo Berry Music Clns. CAK9 go ; Heavy pull ; Every time, Chuck lu.ll. Roll by j Mnuy fares ; After while, Millionaires. Bkn. McDakikl died in East Maysville on Sunday morning nt four o'clock. Something over three thousand fares were taken by the thiee ttreet cars on Sunday. , m m - .- The Bonanza's trip down to-day is her last until the river rises. The Buckeye Stato will tako her place. Bauon Seaman, the great magician, has engaged the Opera House for the 0th 7th and 8th of September. Messrs. Iki: Dement and Cyrus two of our best mechanics, will do the brick work of Cooper's new tobacco warehouse. They aro at work there to-day. A man named John Evans, of Ohio, on Saturday evening, attempted to capture Nick Gollenstein's...

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. — 20 August 1883

'.' . B A'V v J! CONDENSED NEWS. Henry L. Evans, in the Philadelphia post office has been arrested on the charge f embezzling a letter containing a check. The officers of the United Stuto stenmei Vandalia are the recipiento of much attention at the hands of olliceru and privati citizens at Quebec. Armed guards arc put upon the west bound trains of the "Wabash and Chicagt and Alton roads. Train robbers feared. The annual convention of the Michigan spiritualists and liberals has been in session at Flint for three days and will continue to the end of the week. A slight rain has somewhat relieved the Texas water famine. The United Statas practice shins Constellation and Dale, with naval cadeta from Annapolis, arrived at Fortress Monroe from their summer cruise. Thieves of Holland, Mich., burglarized the residenco of ox-Mayor E. J. Harrington and escaped with $200 in currency. John Morrison, aged fell from a seventy-two-foot Derrick, near Salenn, oight miles from Oil City, and wat instan...

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. — 21 August 1883

1 "V .. DAILY etening Bulletin. r VOL. 2 NO. 231. MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1883. PJRICE ONE CENT. JUDGE BLACK DEAD The Distinguished Jurist Expires at His Homei The Sudden Change for tlio Worne In I1h Condition IJrlullH ol II Ih Last IIourM A Pcncel'ul Kuilinif of a Long nnd Uselul 1.11c .Sketch of II Ih Career. YoitiCj Pa., Aug. 20. Judge Jeremiah Black died at ten minutes past 2 o'clock. Though not unexpected, his death was midden and a shock to the community. On Saturday morning ho seemed somewhat better, but the improvement was too slight to justify a hope of recovery. The unfavorable change begnu about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and he gradually grew worse, but remained conscious almost to the end( and died peacefully. From the beginning of his illness Judge Black believed he would never recover, and was perfectly resigned. Mrs. Judge Black, Lieutenant F. Black and wife, Henry A. Black, Mr. and Mrs. Ilornsby, A. Fanpiher, and Dr. Meisenhelder were present. Many tele...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 August 1883

.' .' $v -v- 4. THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVE., AUGUST 21, 1883. OUR AGENTS. -The following peisons aie theuiuhoilzed agents for the Dailv Bur. lbtin at the platv mimed. Contracts for subscription or advertising may be luaclo with them: W. Suit. Bhanox Win riarv. LEWisnuna W. T. Berry, MiNEUVA W. H. H iwe. Mt. Omvkt Peter Myef. Helena. R. M. Hnrrloii. Maysmck .1. A .liclcvm. Okanqsuuiuj R. P. Tolle. MT. s. HUiZllls. TUCKAHOF. V. L. Holton. ToLLESHOito R. L. Gillespie. Slack's P. OM. V. Moran. Eltzavillk W. H. Stewart. OERjuvrmrv A Bio. Fakuow's T. Fanow. Mt. Caumkl T. A. Hondersou. Fern Leaf Hurry Buraoyne Mlmu'IIV.ville. w. T. Tonilln. KoiiMAN'rtrtiMtiNOS. M. Hnwley. Washington Ml. Anna Thomas. Johnson Junction. Scutggs & Hro. HiLLSiinito. Rv. W. H. Burksdale. rri i:u &- s rt m tTdTiiiMii IKS? 9 The above number represents the circulation, each week of the Daily and Weekly Bulletin. Adveltlers are invited to call and assure themselves o the truth of the statement, and the...

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. — 21 August 1883

k THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVE., AUGUST 21, 1883. ROSSER & MoOARTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Adduess All Communications TO-DAY'S ADVEIITISE3IEXTS. W. T. Berry Gilt-edged butter. Lost Coral breustpln. Heeman Combination Notice. LostNecklace. 'Tin the hanJ asFoft ns tho nestling bird, That grips with tho grip of steel ; 'Tls the volco us swoet as the summer wind That rules without appeal. And tho warlor, Rcholar, saint aud sago May fight and plan and pray, But tho world will wag to tho end of time In tho llttlo woman's way. Air. E. K. Hord, late of this cltv, is now nt Kansas, City, Mo., ami is connected with tho law firm of Gae, Ladd & Small, of that city. The Maysville Knitting Company will not resume operations until Thursday, August 30th, owing to, some necessary changes of machinery. Telegraph Ofllcc Burned. Special to Daily Bulletin. Chicago, Aug. 21, 18S3. The telegraph oiTice in this city was destroyed by tire last night. Mi:. A. R. Bukgkss who has decid...

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. — 21 August 1883

FOREIGN. A nioloim Outbreak In Ireland Ofhci Mnttcra. ( London, Aug. 9. Hon. Win. Win Sykes, United States Consul at Canliilj whose death lias been announced in those dispatches, was in the 47th year of his age. He had been in office for seven years, having been appointed from New York in 1876. Mr. feykea was the husband of the American uctress and lecturcss. Olive Logan. Although he has been ill for some time his death was unexpected. It is understood the remains will be taken to America for interment. IRELAND. The riotous outbreaks which occurred nt Coalbridge between tho Irish home rule element ancl tho Orangemen were resumed with ewn moro violonce. Parties of the different factions assembled in the streets at an early hour and attacked one another with clubs and stones, and not a few pistols were freely used. Many received serious wounds, while mostly all of them were moro or less hurt. The police, who had anticipated a renewal of the troubles, were quick to reach tho scene of t...

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. — 22 August 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN . V i r VOL. 2 NO. 282. MAYSV1LLE, KY., WEDNESDaV, AUGUST 22, 1883. PKICE ONE CENT. A BITTER HATRED, Carey's Death Due to Lord Cavendish's Brotheri What nn Irish Nationalist Says of" the Ileceut South African Tragedy u Lord IlnrtiiiKfou Accunml of Hold-int: it .Malignant Spirit of Itevcime Ho Iletrays Carey's Whereabouts to Those ScoliiiiK His l,ltc. New Youk, Aug. 2,1. Cantata P. J. Colcmnn, of this city, who one of the principles in the plot to blow up the Mansion House in London, and who escaped to this country while a heavy reward was pending for his capture, has received a letter from a member of the Executive Committee of the Irish .Revolutionary Brotherhood in England, which says that it was Lord Harrington, the brother of the murdered Lord Frederick Cavendish, who imparted to the Irish Nationalists the fact that Carey, the informer, would sail on the Kilfaun Cattle. The following is an extract from the letter: Lord Harrington has shown, and will contin...

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. — 22 August 1883

? 1jpr: THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY EVE., AUGUST 22, 1883. .1 OUR AGENTS. -The following peisous are tnenuihorlsod agents for the Daiia" Bui. lktin at the places uamtd. Contracts for subscilptlon or advertising may be made with them: Sardis-P. W. Suit. Shannon Wm, Clarr. Lewisiiuuo Y. T. Berry. Minerva W. H. Hnwe. Mt. Olivet Peter Myers. Helena. R. M. Harrison. MaysmckJ. A. Jackson. Oranokhuko U. P. Tolle. MT. GlIiEAD J. S. HIZgllK. TUCKAHOE. W. L. HoltOll. Tollesiioro R. L. Gillespie. Slack's P. O. M. V. Moran. Elizaville V. H. Stewart. OERMANTOWN Rlgdotl it BrO. Farrow's Store S. T. Farrow. Mt. Carmel T. A. Henderson. Fern Leaf Hurry Buruoyne MuiU'iiYsviLLE. w. T. Tomlln. Foiwan's Si'tttNos. J M. Hrtwley. Washington Mls Anna Thomas. Johnson Junction. Scruggs A Bro. Hillsbouo. Rev. W. H. Barksdale. i m "F,404 The above number represents the circulation, each week ot the daily and Weekly Bulletin. Advertisers are Invited to call and assure themselves ot the truth of the statement,...

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. — 22 August 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY EVE., AUGUST 22, 1883. To rosser & McCarthy, Publishers and Proprietors, Whom addkkss all Communications TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. Lont Necklnce. nnd locket. J. J. McCarthy Domestic sewing mnohlne for falc. Mrs. M. J. Morford Millinery goods and notions. "Vk hopoour duty will not be To have to tell you twice, To lay aside your nlolcel coins To get a stock of Ice ; Nor yet to take a little switch, And with that stinger mane You walk right up to Leach's cart And get your little cake. Two men, while asleep on tho Tuesday night, had their coats stolen. Tun black-bearded wheat recently imported into this county from Virginia by Prof. 0. J. Hall, will be ready to be delivered to those who have bought it, at the Kentucky Central depot next Monday. Prof. Hall will be present in person on that day. Mr. "William Gkant died at the residence of his brother-in-law, Mr. Lett. Purnell,on Tuesday night. Ho had been sick for several months with consump tion, and came...

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. — 22 August 1883

iff FOREIGN. The Scottish Religious Rlntn Mori About tlia Carey Murder. SCOTLAND. Scotland, Auk. 21. The quiet restored at Coatesbriilge by the reinforced holict was of short duration. At nn early hour the riotous demonstration was again renewed with vigor and determination. The narrow, crooked streets were denselj crowded, aud for a time for the police tc stem the tide of battle seemed futile. Clubs were used on every hand and the air was filled with missleB. The crowd was moving toward the Monkland Canal when the mounted police mnde a t'erriflk charge upon the belligerents, many ol whom were trampled under the feet of the horses, while others wore driven into the canal. Several badly wounded persont were taken to the hospital, and many arrests were made. Although the police was augmented it is still too small to check the riot, SOUTH AFRICA. London, Aug. 21. Advices just received from South Africa state that 'became aware of Carey's presence through a paragraph which was published...

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. — 23 August 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 233. MAYSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1883. PKICE ONE CENT. THAT TEXAN CATTLE MAN. By Joaquin Miller. UTo rode tho tawny Texan hills, A bearded cattle mnu and I : Below us laughed tho blossomed rills, Above tho dappled clouds blow bv. Wo talked. Tho topic? Guess. Why, sir, Three-fourths tif man's wholo tliuo ho keejw To talk, to think, to bo of heii; Tho other fourth ho sleeps. To lenrn what ho might know of lovo, I laughed all eontanev to scorn. "Behold, vou happy changeful dove! Behold this day, all storm and morn, Yet now 'tis changed to cloud and sun. Yea, all things change tho heaii, tho head ; Behold on earth thero fa not ono That chaugeth not," I .said. He drew a glass, ns if to scan Tho plain for steers; raUed it and sighed. Ho craned his neck, this cuttlo man, Then drove tho cork homo and replied: "For twenty years (forgive these tears) For twenty years no word of strife I have not known for twenty years Ono folly from my wife." I look...

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. — 23 August 1883

i THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVE., AUGUST 23, 1883. OUR following persons are tiienuthoiized agents (or the Daiia Bui, i.etin nt the places named. Contracts for subscription or advertising may he mado with them: W Suit. Shannon Win. f'lnry. Lewishuho W. T. lieiry, Minkhva V. H. Huwe. Mt. Olivet Peter. Myers Helena. H. M. Harrison. AIaysmcK' .T. A. Jackson. Orasokiiuuo It. P. Tolle. .Mt. QiiiKAU J. s. H Wains, TUCKAHOK. W, L. Holtoll. , It. L. Olilesple. SLACK'S P. 0. M. V. Moniu. Elizavu.i.k. H. Stewart. Geumantown UljiUon & Br. T. Fnnow. Mt. Cahjiei, T. A. Henderson. Fern Leak Harry Buruoyue Muui'iiYsvir.i.K. V. T. Tomlin. FOKSIAN'Hrfl'KINOS. M. HilWley. Washington Mls Anna Thomas. Johnson junction. Scruijsfc Bro. IIillsiioko. Rev. V. II. Barlwtale. '7-4 VK3? " 9 The above nuinher represents the each week of the Daily and Weekly Bulletin. Advertisers me Invited to call and assure themselves oi the truth ol the statement, and they aie lequested to hear In mind that our ra es 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. — 23 August 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. thursday eve., august 23, 1883. rosser & McCarthy, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Ahdkess An Communications TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. . J. W. Sparks A Bro. (Julaumlrled shirts. Same Mosquito hnis. Joseph Uelser Post Camp Fire. T. A. Cook Shingles. J. F. Brodrlck Insurance notice. You will flud through human nature, Though you take It root and brauch, Tho hand that spauks the baby Is the hand that rules the ranche. Not tho slightest chance of klcklug, Not thosllghtest uso for talk ; When the order conies to travel, Just yon walk a lino of chalk. Now lncliea niul gentlemen what do you say to ti freo park at the terminus of the btreet railway ? Messrs. BiEitnowKit & Co. have sold this season something over two hundred gross of glass fruit jars. During the past week the firm disposed of thirty-two cooking stoves. Mr. Frank R. PmsTini, who has heen enterprising enough to ofl'er to supply tho public with six street car tickets for twenty-five cents, has sol...

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. — 23 August 1883

ffi m l K 1 iZG YZELD OF POTATOES. I Snn Luis Obispo (Cal.) Tribune. About 1855 or 185(i a man by the nnrao of Parker, who lived on the JMohelumno rivor, in San Jonquin county, mudo onth beforo tlio of the Snn Jonquin Agricultural society that ho had raised 2,500 bushels of potatoes on an aoro. Tho story was so astonishing that a committee- was appointed to investigate it. They reported that tho ground was planted an usual in tho Bpring, and matured a large crop of potatoes; that beforo tho potatoes wore dug tho Juno rise of tho river sent tho water near to tho surface, producing a second crop on tho surface, tho ground being nearly covered with tho potatoes. When tho waters went down, a month or two later, a third crop set in and matured below tho ilrst. The committeo dug several hills which produced from to eighty-seven pounds each. Tho top potatoes wero sunburned and worthless for the table; tho first crop was, of course, worthless, and but a small quantity ol tho lower, or third...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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