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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 24 August 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN . VOL. 2 NO. 284. MAYSVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1863. PKICE ONE CENT. GLASS BLOWERS. Further Details About the Impending Strike. Imnortnnt Electing n Prominent Workman Nay Why ' the Gln Illowern. Withheld From . llio KnltchtM or I.nbor Tho oT ANHCinblics mid Their WcuHli. Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 23. After a suspension since the 1st of July, work has been resumed in nil the Hint-glass factories of this vicinity. This is is nn evidence that n satisfactory arrangement soncerning wages has been made, and that for another year tliero will be no trouble in this branch of the trade. The hollow-ware and window-glass factories are still idle, however, and the indications are that a protracted lock-out will be inaugurated in these trades next month, instead of a resumption of work. Both sides are trying to keep everything to themselves, but it is known that the manufacturers insist on a heavy reduction in wages, and that the workmen refuse to accept any reduction. Ono...

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. — 24 August 1883

'4r n i L . THE DAILY BULLETIN. FRIDAY EVE., AUGUST 24, 1833. iS"7,404 Tuoubovo number represents the each week nt the Daily and Wkeki.y BtTLtiKTis. AdvortNers nre luvitcd to call uud assure themselves oi the truth of the statement, ntid they are requested to bear lu mind tlmt our ra es for advertising are the lowest. TO WHOM IT .MAY COXCEKX. The attention of mnnufactujers about moving their location and of those who ate seeking a place In which to establish themselves Is called to the city of Maysvllle which oilers tho following advantages: Good water power at low rates. Cheap llvhiB which instates labor at reasonable wanes. Timber, Iron and coal near at hand and at reasonable prices. Access to the great markets of the country by rail aiid river. An attractive and healthy place of residence, with cheap rents, churches aud good public sctiooK For all further lnfoimatlnn desired address Tiir. Bulletin. AXXOUXCEJIEXTK. l'or Juilsof tho Court of We are authorized to announce Hon. KICH ...

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. — 24 August 1883

.-? THE DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY EVE., AUGUST 24, 1883. EOSSEE & MoCAETHY, Publishers nutl Proprietors, To Whom Add'huss ali communications TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. Wnntod Situation as clerk. Wanted - Ten plasterers. Harry Taylor News depot. Limestone Uase Ball Club Chnllenco. Niqiit draws her sablo mantle 'round, And plus It with a star; The music of a caterwaul Is wafted from .a fur, And rlulit next door a teething babe Is howling for Us mar, While o'er tho way a loud' voiced mnlil Is singing operar. Two handsomu new billiard tables were received at the Central Hotel rooms this morning. Get your ico money ready. An excuse that .will puss muster will have to be n good one. The last examination of tho teachers of the public schools take3 place at the library rooms to-morrow. Mas. A. J. Williams has just received somo very handsotno Brussels and velvet rugs, which are very low in price. . Rkv. F. S. Pollitt will preach in tho church in Chester, Sunday evening at eight o'clock. Stre...

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. — 24 August 1883

V V I CATTLE (DISEASE. A CnrlonM Outbreak Ilcportctl In Connecticut. "Washington, Aug. 23. The Treasury Department has received a letter from Dr. Thayer, of the United States Cattle Commission, in which he reports un outbreak of lung platjuo among cattle at Salem, Connecticut. The disease firsl appeared among cattle owned by Mr. 1 E. Williams, of that place, and it is thought it was brought there bv a cow from a herd recently imported to this country. The herds infected are in quarantine by order of the State Commission, who will do their best to prevent the spread of the disease. TEXAS LUMBERMEN. An Important Organization Just Formed. "Waco, Texas, Aug. 23. The Lumbei Dealers' Convention, met with delegates from all parts of the State. The object of , the Convention was the organization of a State association from whicli millmcn will be excluded ; also arrange for uniformity in the price of lumber. Tlie movement is important, inasmuch as this branch of trade has assumed gigantic pr...

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. — 25 August 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 285. MAYSVILLE, KY., SATUDAY, AUGUST 25, 1883. PKICE ONE CENT. THE DAKOTA FARMS What Eufus Hatoli's Guests Think of Them. FrogrrMN of the. Excursion of Foreign NwellN Vucle KufiiN Jit HIh Glory What They Tltluk of Dakota Wheat rivltlH Object of tho xcur Ion. Fargo, Daic, Aug. 21. A large delegation of citizens, headed by 11 brass band, marched to the depot and received Uucla Kufus Hutch and his party with so much noise and enthusiasm that tho English guests stared in astonishment at what they evidently considered a desecrction of tho Sabbath. Tho party rested all day, and were driven to the Dalrymplo farm, eighteen mile to tiie westward. The educated Europeansin tho party freely expressed their admiration whilo witnessing 130 reapers and self-binders begin work on a field of 28,000 acreus of wheat. This single experience, tliov say, has given them a more intelligent idea of the wealth and greatness of tho United States tiian years of reading. The e...

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. — 25 August 1883

H ' -, I It" A u f' THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVE., AUGUST 25, 1883. The above number represents the each week nt the Daily and Weekly Bulletin. Advertisers ate Invited to call nud assure themselvos ot the truth of the statement, and they aio requested to bear In mind that our rates for advertising are the lowest. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. The attention of manufacturers about their location and of those who ate a place In which to establish themselves Is called to tlio city of Maysvllle which olUrs tlm fiillnwlmr ml vnntnerps : Good water power at low rates. Cheap living which Insures labor at reasonable wanes. Timber, Iron and coal near at hand and at reasonable pi Ices. Access to the great markets of the country by rail and river. Au attractive and healthy place of residence, with cheap rents, churches aud good public schools. For all further lnfoimatlon address The Bur.i.KTiN. AXXOUXCKMBXTS. J-or J ml goof t'o Court or Appeals. We are authorized to announce Hon. IlICIIAKI) REID ...

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. — 25 August 1883

I THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVE., AUGUST 26, 1883. bosseb & McCarthy, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Address All Communications TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. Madam Hnll Astrologlst. Charles Walz Agoncy forcale. M. F. Mnish Real estate for sale. Walter BlaUermun House for rent. "SlIP The boys who since tho wnr liavo lived Up to their eyes In clover, To-night will 'round tho "Camp-fire" meet And light their battles ovor. And, If by chance, there's "Johnny Kebs." Who to tho Camp-fire shall come, They'll find tho hnnglng out, And meet a soldier's welcpiue. "Wis are dead stuck on those Jerseys. PnoGKAMMns of tho Maysville fair can be had at this Sun advertisement elsewhere of Mad am Hall, he French astrologist. A new pavement has been put down oi Market street in front of J. James Wood's Drug Emporium. m A maon'ificknt hog-wallow is forming on Second street near Dodson's grocery. It promises to throw nil others in the city entirely in the shade. Among the many rich and attractive ...

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. — 25 August 1883

A BURGLARS' CAVE Discovery of a I.nrg Amount of lMuitder In Waatclietttcr. s New York. Aug. 24. A band of professional burglars visited the quiet village of Tarrytown several month agj, and in ti single night raided thirteen residence:: and carried off a large quantity of gold and Bilvcr ware, jewelry and wearing apparent. Nothingcouldoe learned of them and the nfl'air was almost forgotten, About 2 o'clock a. m. Jonas Gear-hart and J. II. Van Tassel, two farmers, residents of the Sleepy Hollow Valley, were returning from Sing Sing, and when near the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery they discovered two men skulking among the trees and carrying heavy bundles. The strangers began to dig among tho rocks. .They had proceeded to a depth oi Ecverarfeet and were resting from thcii labors when thqy discovered the farmers. The men dropped their spades and one of them discharged a rifle at tho retreating farmers. The two farmers awakened a friend and the trio returned. Tho two mysterioui men had decampe...

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. — 27 August 1883

LLMIN DAILY EVENING 4 BU T VOL. 2 NO. 236. MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 1883. PJRICE ONE CENT. u. D. A. HARDWARE! "rnnmoiital IRON FENCING, I R O N ' ForCcmolerlcs and Yards. row ooo axi cmi.tr SHIITGLZ1S GO TO X, A. COOK .& CO., nZUIlw Mt. Cnrmi 1. FlemliiK County, Ky. x riis. 31, J. .Moitronn, Third St., opposite Christina Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW HTOfK Just received and prices VEHY LOW. llomiuiM and Hats made over In the latest style. a'J.ttd PAINTINGI nin prepared to paint Himulos and I oi till kinds on moio reasonable tonus than any other painter In tho will oiler. I miaruuteo my work o he Hist class. Leave orders at Hull, Mitchell ACo.'s c4ri)UCJii:s iaixti:i rou Jyl(l3in C.H. DUAL. TIIK VI.AVV. Til WV CllKAP BED-ROOM SUITS IS AT GEOllGB OKI, Jr.', mcli3UUy .SUTTON STKhET. Public Sale I will oiler at public sale on Saturday. W2 15th, 1KS1, on the premise', the tnrm four miles nonh of Mayslluk, lately occupied hy Jlrs. Maria Warder. It contains 17a acres I...

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. — 27 August 1883

f. r x? 1" r t THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVE., AUGUST27, 18S3. 7,464 The above number represents the each week t tin Daily anil Wkkkly Bollktin. Advertisers uie invited to call nud assure tln'inselves 01 the truth oi the statement, nuil they are requested to hear lu mlml that our ra us lor advertising are tin lowest. TO WHOM IT MAY COXCKKN. The ntteutlon ot niunufiictuiersaboiti their location and of those who ure a place In which to establish themselves Is called to thu city of Maysvllle which olllrs the following advantages: Good water power at low rates. Cheap living which lnsuies labor at reasonable wane. Timber, Iron and coal near at hand and at reasonable prices. AcceNSto thegieat mirkets ol the countiy by rail aril river. An atti active and healthy place of with cheap rents, chinches and gocd public schools. For all further liforniatlin delred address THK HL'JI.KTIV. AX.vorxBMr.xT.s. For Jiiilool' tin Court of Ajipenls. . We are authntlzxl to imnoii'icM Hon. 1UCHAUD KElO as ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 27 August 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVE., AUGUST 27, 1883. ROSSER & MoCARTHY, Publishers aud Proprietors, To Whom Addhkss All Communications TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. Mary Downing Lost Hatchel. Miss A. Harrison Select school. Found Spectacles. Marry Taylor Rurgaln. Charles White House torrent. Just look around and you will see Stagnation ut an ontl, And should you feel the city's pulso You'll And sIio'h on the mend. And you may take your noto book out And safely Jot It down, From this time on we're going to have A very healthy town. Thk Ohio will pass down to-night between eight and nino o'clock. o Dam: ground lawns, yard wide, worth 12Jc, per yard, for 5c, at Hunt& Doyle's. The friends of Sirs. Garret Sullivan wilt be gratified to learn that she is convalescing from a recent surgical operation. An extra delicious watermelon is the " Cuban Green," sold by John "Wheeler, of Market street. It is home-grown and, of course, holds the whip over all imported melons. Mn. G. S. Juno, the ente...

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. — 27 August 1883

f A POLICE ROMANCE, The Strango Complaint Made by Man and Wife. A Story of Two Continents-Tho nn Anatrlnn Wonmn IlccanHO NIio Would Not Slurry a Count Hunted From Tlciinn to New YorKbccklug Police Protection. New Yoiik, Aug. 26. Acting Inspector Bobbins listened to a talo of two continents at Police Ilendquartors. which was told by Mr. and Mrs. .Rudolph Keiss, natives of Vienna, where they were married privately several years ago, contrary to tho wishes of Mrs. Rciss's stepfather, Earl Dittmarbch, who was at one time editor of tho Austrian Printer's Gazette and proprietor of an extensive printing establishment, and who intended to bestow her hand on Count Landower, a Hebrew banker. Mrs. Reiss told tho inspector that when it was discovered that slio was married her stepfather tried to persuade her to abandon her husband, and that Count Landower called on her sever.il times and induced her to change her mind. On ono occasion Mr. Reiss went home unexpectedly and found Count Landower in...

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. — 28 August 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 237. MAYSVILLE, ICY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. Aim Mm A HARDWARE!' " """IT "'"!, n IRON FENCING, I R, O NT I ForCemetcrles and Yards. i'on Goon ash cheap SHIITGLE E GO TO T, V. COOK &; CO., nS3illw Mt. Cnrniel. Firming County, Ky. pis. M, J. .moisi'okh, Third St., opposite Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just received nnd price. VEITY LOW. Bonnets nufl JIttts made over lu the latest style-. luMtil PA.HSTTIJSTG! prepared to nalut Humjles nnd Iain .ill kinds on tnoie reasonable tonus tlinti any other painter In tho clt will oiler. 1 KUiirnutei my work to be tlist clnss. Leave oidersat Hall, Mltclifll ifcCo.'. eJ'ItUli:s IAINTi:i I'OIl Jyldam C. II. IEAL. TJ11J li.AT.TO .1.T IIi:Al BED-ROOM SUITS -IS AT GJEOUGJE O Itl, Jr.'s, mch.lldly SUTTON STHLET. Public SalI "itfK will offer nt public sale oil Saturday. V isepteiniier loth, ISM, on the premise-, the farm four tulles nor.h of Mnysjlelt, Into ly occupied tiy...

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. — 28 August 1883

r ! J. THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVE., AUGUST 28. 183 7,464 The above number represents t lie circulation, eaeli week d the Daily and Wkkkly Uuli.htin. Advertiser are invited to call uud assure themselves oi the truth of tin statement, anil they ure requested to hear lu mind Unit our ra es for advertising are tin lowest. TO WHOJI IT "KAY MX'i:UX. The attention ot muiiufactuiers about mov lug their location and of those who are seeking u place In which to establish themselves Is called to the city of Maysville which following ndvautOKes : Good water power at low rates. Cheap living which insuies labor at reasonable wue. Timber. Iron and coul near tit hand and at reasonable prices. Access to the meat mnrkets ol the countiy by rail and river. An nttiactive and healthy place of with cheap lents, chinches and gcd public school. For all further lnfotmntl'ui desired address The Hut i.ktin. Mmwm.wfUJ a:.uxc r.n i:sts. Forjudge of thet'otirl of Apnoiils. We are unthoilzod to announce Hon. ...

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. — 28 August 1883

i ft- r h r it THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVE., AUGUST 28, 1883. BOSSER & MoCABTHY, Publishers nnd Proprietors, To Whom Addurss am. Communications TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. H. M. Stitt Hogs Wnnted. U. It. Mubloy & Co. Clothlli'.;. John Orayllsh Farm lor sale. Klplev Fair. .Miss J. It, Bierbowor & Co. Iteductlou la prices. Fouiul Child's gold ring. Wauted Pupils for primary school. C'npt. Fitzgerald Military notice. T. J. Ciirluv .Sewing muchlno motors. M W Comk let mo bowso your attention taut, And haul It chock-a-block, For I'm the chap who wouldn't tnl:e A bit of mlulug stock. And now I learn what I have missed I wish that I wero do.td, And I'll give a quarter to any man Who'll punch my cussed head' Paths aspires to si street railway. If you find you can't riclo a bicycle try rolling a hoop. . . "TuitN'tho rascals out" wo refer, of course, to the 1iojh. Tin: body of a newly bom white infant was found Monday, in a field near Johnson Junction. Tin: pulpit 'of the Christi...

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. — 28 August 1883

THE SNOB CARAYAN. Rufus jjtatoh's Bchoh Show of Dudes. The Sore Troubles or a Worried Old Foreign GucatH Enting I Him Out or llonao anil Home Clinrge It to Hunter " on Gigantic Proportlona DisguaM'ifC C'uhvh of Arlatooratle St. Paul, Aug. 27. Rufus Hutch is having no end of trouble with tho English dudes and menagerie. At dinner each day they run a huge wine bill against him nnd had him charged $23 before they had been in the hotel a half hour. One of them alone has cost him $2,500 sinco he left England. One of them went over to the only storo and purchased a pair of drawers and told the proprietor to charge it to Rufus. Tho manner in which these dudes got into the party is astounding. Mr. Hatch invited the head of a great family who boasts of a Lord High The said head wrote to know if ho could send a substitute. Permission being granted the said head asked if lie couldn't ring in a companion. Kufus acceded to the request and said head then wrote that the two couldn't come unless a ...

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. — 29 August 1883

I DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. " ' VOL. 2 NO. 2lp. j IAYSVILI(E, KY.AVEDNESOAY, AUGUST 20, 1S&3. BRICE ONE CENT. G. Ah H ARDWARE "VTfei.r. -i FENCING, ron aoon axv cheap GO TO - T, A. COOK Jte CO., n23dlw Mt.Cnruul. Fleming Comity, ICy. - rus. 3i, j. .uoitroitit, Third St., opposite Clnlstlan Church. Millinery and potions. A XEW STOCK Just received and prices VEllY LOW. Ilunueis umlMInts inudu over In the luteM. style, a'i.tld PAINTING! am prepmcd to pultit Hugisles and Furniture I of all klixln on mom reasonable terms ttinii any oilier painter In 'ho eltv will oiler. 1 gmiiiMitec my work to he first class Leave ciders at Dull, Mitchell AO).'-. riu;(Kii:s i.vivvm JyldSm C. II. I)KAL. Tin: rj.Acr.To i:t ohi:ai BED-ROOM SUITS IS AT GEOllGE O R'l, Jr.', nichSldly HUTTON BTItLET. Public Sale! will oiler at public sale on Saturday. W2 September 15th, 1S&I, on the premises, the larui four miles north of Mnysllck, Into-Iv occupied hy Mr-. Mai la Wnrdei. It contains 17o acres, 1 well Imp...

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. — 29 August 1883

as. - 'T. '' t THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY EVE., AUGUST 29, 18S3 7,464 The above nunibor represents the circulation, ouch weelt .i the Daily and Wkekly BuiiLKTtN. Advertisers uie Invited to call nml assure themselves the truth of the stateme it, ami they me requested to bear In mind that our ru es for advertising are tlu lowest. TO WHOM JT .MAY CUNCEKX. The attention of manufacturers about moving their locallon and of those who ate seeking a place In which to establish themseives Is called to the city of Muy.svllle which ollirs the following advantages : Low taxes. Good water power at low rates. Cheap living which liisuies labor at wases Timber, Iron and coal near at hand nml at rca'O Liable pi Ices. Access to the great market ot the countiy by rail ai d river. An nttiactive and healthful place of residence, with cheap rents, chinches and good public schools. For all further Information desired nddioss Tin-: Un.i.r.TiN. axmhjxckm E.vrs. 1'or Jiult'or tlie Conrl ot Appeals. We aio ...

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. — 29 August 1883

i THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY EVE., AUGUST 29, 1883. rosser & McCarthy, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Addhess All Communications TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. Lost Child's gold rlnir. Mrs. A.. I. Wlllla Hntno Cnrpets, etc. Snmo Cashmeres. Dr. AlcGrnunuhnn Alderncy cows for sale. John Wheeler Fresh oysters. Htenmer G. W. Thoinpsoii Trips extended. m Now Salomon is stepplug high, ills face Is In u grlu, Becnuso, you know, the udngo says, They laugh lust who win. Somo months ago when he dropped In, You nil remember how, 'Twns nioroly "Mr. Dixon" thou But " Brother Dixon " now. Ahen't you gliul you live in Muysville ? It is rumored that the Mayor's oTtlce hits been turned into a lodging house. Tin: premium list of the Maysvillo fair is the most liberal of any in the State. Tin: address is wanted of the brother or heirs of James McOutelien, who lived in this city previous to 1S02, by II. V. Bender, of Jasper, Texas. There was less travel by the street railway yesterday than on any...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 29 August 1883

FRANCE TORN UP. Paris Placarded With Monarohisi Posters i XiOnli Phillip II. Proclaimed Excitement In tin- Ntrcvtr or With the Vol rorclu News, Patus, Aug. 23. Tho city is tho 6cene of great excitement. During tho niglu the whole metropolis was placarded with a proclamation declaring the Com'to de Paris King of France, as Louis Phillip II. Ten thousand of these placards have so far been torn down by tho police. In many places tho police, in their effort! to tear down the proclamation, were resisted by tho crowds surrounding tho bulle tins. Thus far tho polico have been unable to ascertain the names of the persom who caused the placards to be posted. ENGLAND. London, Aug. 28. O'Donnell, who sho' and killed Carey, the informer, is expected to leave Cape Town for London to-night O'Donnell wishes his trial to take place at Cape Town, and ssjfs it will be impossible for him to get a fair trial in London. Hit counsel will move this morning for a writ of linbcus corpus, and his argument wi...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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