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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 25 November 1887

,; 1MR. .EyENING BULLETIN.. nnsui - aiA.Y3VliitlE, Y., ttlbftxAY, tffcvftitaSR 25, 1887 TOJLXJME VII. NUMBER 3. IV K i m hJ WOM EN (ManrM str-easta; r trfce saBrer rt . pal J . Wi" w "" ' . l i saeanai' t tatir hi, sa THE TONIC. This medicine combines Iron with pure vccetabla sonic, and la invaluable for Dlseaeos peouliar to Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. It I!n rlcbcn and Purities tho Wood, HtlinututcH the Appetite, trciiRtbcnn the Aliisrlca and NcrrcH-ln fact, thoroughly I nvlffprntt-s. Clears the complexion, and mail ca the sWin smooth. It does not blacken tho teeth, cause headache, cr produce oonstlpatlon all other Iron mtdt'eti do. Mrs; KuzAnETn Baiad, 74 Farwell Ave., Milvran Tea, Wis., says under data of Doc. 26th. 1881 : I hare need Brown's Iron Bitters, and It baa been Bore than a doctor to me, having cured me of the vaaknoRS ladles hive In life. Also cured mo of Liv ar Complaint, and now tnjr complexion Is clear and good, lias also been beneficial to ror children...

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. — 25 November 1887

&... ?. U leC DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDA Y. ROSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Thb Daily Bulletin will bo delivered to any part ol the city at 8 conU a weok, or one year for 93. The Daily Bulletin to any postofflco In the United Hiatus, uostage prepaid, at twenty five cent! per month or three dollar per year. FRIDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 25, 1887. A Lesson to Jurors. Petitions for Executive, clemency do not meet with as'much favor now aathey flsed to, and it begins to look like viola tors of the law may as well make up their mind to pay tho penalty horealter. The following indorsement by Gov. Backner upon a petition for Executive clemency, contains a wholesome les son to jurymen who, after thoy have onvicted an offender against tho law, snito in a petition to the Governor ask ing him to undo their work. Tho ma ter is stated us lollows : "Executive Department, Fbawkfokt, Nov. 22, 1887,-WebU Bryant, or u'tlryant, fonud guilty and sentenced on two I...

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. — 25 November 1887

THE FtNTSST IN TH5.LAND! W. H, MSAN3' $3.00 SHOB3, AT HO STAN'S; TRY A PAIR, t v. t'. t I u r'4."- m , S I i . i" i ?i Ik' V r . i ft ' Ff ' ftv. Iff" r$- DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDiY. ROSIER & MCCARTHY, Proprietor. FRIDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 25, 1887. Indications: "For Kentucky, light rain, followed by fair mother. Colder in eastern, and stationary temperature in western por tions." Sklp-risino buckwheat, at Calhoun's. j . . '- r ' Db. J. D. Dougherty, of Hill wood, was still improving at last account. o John Ddxby spent Thanksgiving with his parents at Tilton, Fleming County. J. Matt. Carey and family hare moved back from Covington to More head. Onb of the longest and severest drouths that has ever visited this section is over at last The steamer B. 6.. Bhea will leave Cincinnati at 5 o'clock this evening for Pomeroy. The Superior Court has affirmed the 4&8e of PuthoQ against SoWard, appealed from Greenup County. Rev. RossbllGbcil returned yesterday from Augusta,...

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. — 25 November 1887

TKHSBtfTC AT WoM t THE COMING VOTED TO i ' - ' 8E89ION TO BE DE ENQLAND'3 NEEDS. Hftainrt fiMillfi Galata Hrtorr. tj DnMn to Resign Spanish. Mill tary Oomrlet riot fforolf n NoUs. s (" TiOKDOK, Nor. 25. Lord Ballabury, at the .t-i ti nnnfikranrw i Oxford la.lt rmo note tor ireiasa, too auiuor 01 tea .1 tn nnini which havinz wlth- MCwii"hia prdposfls. If was impossible, .fcowever, to produoa a scomo that would t s&usiaoiorr, xor instance, vo uum r. , 3revhran aua jar. uaYiw. xue ujimug ilnn nf nArllamanL ha laid. Would be do LJJ a V. nKAafltnm nast. rtf TCtlf-lfltlf9 HTlrl was not mtondod until a manifest change 'ted booa accomplished to propose increased sowers of local government for Ireland. The govornraent would, howevor, propose 'focal governraont reforms for England, in atading ruforma in liquor traffic, which would bo allowed full liberty as far as igllt bo consistent with social order, and Would also move reforms In parliamentary jsrooeoduro which would prevent wasta of s...

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. — 26 November 1887

THE EVENING BULLETIN. TOJ-UME vn. MAY8VHXE, KY., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1887 NUMBER 4. r WOMEN Bffp TceewKl treacle, er whi R'er froes r-tto MHar te their sex. s&omlA try BROWNE, N THE BEST TONIC. This medicine combines Iron with pure Tcntable tonics, and la lnraluable for Diseases poculiar to Women, nod all who lead wdantanr lives, if En- cdcs and Parities tho Illopil, Mliiiiilntcj e Appetite, Mrenathciia tho JlfUclcs and Ncrvcs-in fact, thoroughly 1 n i vlfrnrnt ph. Clears the compleilon. and makes the skin smooth. It does not blacken tho tooth, cause headache, of produce constipation all othtr Iron mullcirnt Bo. Mas. EuZABETO Baibd. 74 Farwell Ave . Milwau kee, Wis., eaye. under date of Doc. 2Cth. 1684: " I hare used Brown's Iron Bitters, and It has boon Bom than a doctor to mo, luring cured me of tho vmknesa ladies haro In life. Also cured mo of Liv er Oomnlalnt. and now my complexion Is clear and nod. lias also been beneUclal to my children." Kli I f , 1) 4ih.I BXWp DIVWU B...

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. — 26 November 1887

w &. iv: Iw .TV " LAST WEEK WE SPOKE a little piece about LOW PRICES. It was echoed all over the country, and cart-loads of CLOTHING was carried from our house by economical buyers, andm we are goin to do it again this week; so wo will repeat the -business act and make another low bow-to an additional mark-down price. Just notice and -tell m what you think of it. . A . ' " $2 00 buys an Overcoat worth 5; $4- 00 buys an Overcoat worth 8; $7 buys an Over coal worth 12; $11) buys an Overcoat worth 18; $1 50 buys a Suit worth $4; $3 00 a Suit worth 6; $10 buys a Suit worth. 15; $15 buys a Suit worth 25 00. " . I $12 to f """ "Waw if tTiQft nnVpc, don't WHmcSSt tucky, we. don't know what will ; so come early that you can secure first choice. X.GTJXS ZECH GO., Red Corner Clothing House DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. RATES OF BUB80R1PTI0N. Thb Daily Bulletin will bo delivered to any part of tbe city at 6 cents a week, or one year for 9...

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. — 26 November 1887

THE FINEST IN THS I.ANDI W. H..M3AN $3,0D SHPB3, AT HDNA.N'3; TRY A PAIR, DAEY EVENING BUUETIN. MAYSLIOK BRIDES. Hechinger & Co.'s Ad OUR CLOSING-OUT SALE IldS turned out to bo something wonderful in the history of Maysville's Clothing trade. Not only are wo rapidly reducing our stock on hand, DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDY. ROSSEIt fc MCCARTHY, Proprietor. SATURDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 2G. 1887. Thoso Brilliant Church Weddings Which Wore Solemnized on Thantegiving Day. River Newa. v .Still rising slowly atthis point. Tbo Olivette paesed down tliis morn inland the Rhea and Courier up. 0. T. Kn'eeream is expecting a email shipmptbf coal to-day by the Jessie. A.xood raia is -reported at Pitta'burg, ard rlver-mon expected a rise thoro to- but actually are daily compelled to order duplicates of tho goods we are selling. To the many The Hopper-oiarke and the Shuff- wn0 e acvantage of this Great Slaughter Sale its success is no mystery. The class of goods Thompson 'Nuptial. , we sell our trade at the p...

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. — 26 November 1887

f. ,., ."' E GREVY HAS RESIGNED. M. RIBOT TO CONVEY HIS ME8SAGE TO THE CHAMBER. Radicals rnMtlif Oharc'i of Vimmd Against she Old Mao Bkrloos BlMealtlM Kxpeoted Brtweoa the Csar tad Germany Forelf New. Runs, Not. 86. M. Qnry has requested X. Rlbot to form a cabinet, and charged him to convey to the chamber hia message of re tig nation. M. Rlbok contented, but ad ; vlod M. Grevy that at the mes "ge was a pollti act the tenor of I which required the approval of the cabinot, the prosl- M. JULKB QUEVT. uou vu"" v" ler with the retiring ministers. M. Grevy aooonlfngly summoned M. Rouvler and hia eolleaguoti. At a meeting of Radicals it waa decided to reaolutoly oppose any mili tary candidate. Tho oxtrome Radicals are trying to pro pare a charge of treason against M. Grevy for his personal aotion toward tho govern ment of Foru and the French tribunals in the Dreyfus guano affair. President Grery has aged greatly within the past few days. It ia said that Don Carlos baa no designs on the ru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 28 November 1887

V THE EVENING BULLETIN. OliTJME TEL MATSVUJDE, ELY., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 88, 1887 NUMBER-5. I lh B.j WOMEN ,3 a N r ""iVriraivr'-f iJH THE TONIC tf ... .!... T.. 1.1. nnMaiuMihTill tflnlcs. and is Inv&lnablo for Dlieae peculUr to Womcui and all who lead sedentary Htm. It hn Tlcbes and Fnriflcs the Blond. HUhiuIiUch tho Appetite, UtrcitKtlicna the Muscles and Nervca-in fact, thoroughly J nvinnrntc. Clears the completion, and makoa the akin smooth. Itdoetnot blacken the teeth, cause headache, or produce constipation all other lrm medicinei uo. Una. Elizabeth Baiiid. 74 Farwell Ave , Milwao Hfceo, Wis , Ray, under data of leo. 26th. 1884: " ibaro used Brown's Iron Bitters, and It has been more than a doctor to m, having cured me of tbo weakness ladies have In life. Also cared me of LiT er Complaint, and now mr complexion is clear and good, lias also boon beneficial to my children." JIBS, Louisa 0 Biuonoif, East Lockport. N.Y., hits: " I have suffered untold misery from Female Complain...

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. — 28 November 1887

-M . u r s? DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAK rosser & McCarthy, Proprietor. HATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Thk Daily Boxmctin will be dellyored to any part of tho city at cents a weok, or one year for 83. Thk Daily Bom.etih to any postoffloo In the United States, postage prepaid, at twenty ftve cent per month or three dollar per ytar. MONDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 28, 1867. Indication : "for Ohio, fair weather, preceded by light inow im north-uat par thru. For Kentucky, fair weather, cooler." m The forest fire seems to be at an end for this year. . . About one month more and tie Mays villa hog must take his departure. W believe the goose-bone did warn ub of some old, blustery weather about the latter part of November. Thm recent grand jury at Catlettsburg vrna in Bession seven days, and found one hundred and sixteen indictments. Justics is not al ways slow. At Har- rodsburg two criminals were indicted one day and were tried and sentenced to fivo years in the penitentiary on tho day a...

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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. — 28 November 1887

THE FINEST IN THE! LAND! W, H, MSANS' $3,00 SHOE3, AT HONAN'3; THY A FAIB. w t fr&Lt XF is? . fc 7r., :' yi i ic il- ' & v K . r.i i ' , !!. : e?:vi "I r r- r" "! r r if if' SiS6 . . &- ; ., wtf. f . E- ?. ft 0.' DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. 04K fiTCfiPT SUNDAY. ROS8ER & McCarthy, Proprietors. MONDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 28. 1887. Rivor Nows. The rivor is about on a stand at this point. The' Onoida passed dewn yesterday with a email tow of coal. She left ono barge of tho "black .diamonds" here. The oxpeetod rise at Pittsburg had failed to materialise late Saturday night. Tho heavy rain yesterday may help it along. The Louis A. Sherloy, for Portsmouth, and Benton AIcMillen, for Pomeroy, passed up Saturday night. Tho Shorley will pass down to-night. Calitokmia. dried and canned fruit, at Calhoun's. At Gatlettsburg, John. Hamilton has been ordered sold for vagrancy. Boyd County has lately added two new convicts to the number already in the "pen." Wash Hinxs and Phoenio Hord, a col ...

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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. — 28 November 1887

A MONSTER ON THE OCEAN A WORTHLESS SEAMAN KILLS HIS CAPTAIN AND FIVE SHIPMATES. fat Me Brutally Blnrdered and Their BoiUa Thrown Overboard Fearful Stragvl tlotwaan m Mt nit Fiend. The Oatuo of the Horrlbl Tragedy. Draooh, Donmark, Nor. 28. A horrible murder took place on the 10th inst., on a Russian schooner in the BaJtlo sea, near tha fetahd of 'Bornholm. This schooner was the Johannes, of Riga, Capt. Behrslng. It Wi IUg& la the early part of October, with cargo of doal for England. The crew 1 cons if ted of the captain, a mate and six 'hands. Among theao was one Jan Umb, a worthless fellow, who was caught robbing his shipmates, as well as stealing ropes from th'e ship. The officers and the orew began tooslng and chastising htm. On the -18th of Norombor, when oil Born holm, Jan Uub jumpod overboard. A ropo was thrown to him and ho was hauled on board, aferr which bis life was mado ono of absolute) misery. The night following was vory dark. Jan Umb took advantage of the darkncua...

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. — 29 November 1887

THE EVENING BULLETIN. 3 St VOLUME vn. NUMBER 6. I MAYSVTLLE, KT., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 39, 1887 I i B 1 1 I 'Vs WOMEN XtweUsr rewi trtli, r mh tmScr tnm seftrnUilM pesnUar t tfatlr sex, shM try THE TONIC. Thlstnedlcfno combines Iron with pure TFmtable tonics, and is invslasblo for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary Hies. It Kn rletacs and Purines the Illood, Nllmiilutcs the Appetite, Strentheun the Muscles) and Nervcs-fn fact, thoroughly InvlKoriitCN. Clears the completion, and makes the skin smooth. It does not blacken the teeth, cause headache, of produce constipation all other Iron mtUietnet do. Jlius Elizabeth Baikd, 71 Farwell Ave., Mlluau keo. Wis., sirs, nndcr dato of Dec. 26th. lKMt " I bare used Brown's Iron Bitters, and it has been jdotb than a doctor to roe, having cured me of the weakness ladles hare in lifo. Also cured me of Liv er Complaint, and now my ooroplexlon is clear and good, lias also boon beneficial to m children." MM I1OOT8A 0. BrtAODON, East...

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. — 29 November 1887

ft Jfr DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. RATES OF BUBSOR1PTION. The Daily Bulletin will bo delivered to any part of the city nt 0 cents a week, or one year for 83. This Daily Bulletin to any postofflco In tuo United States, postage propnld, at twenty five cent per month or three dollar per year. TUE8DAY EVEN'G, NOV., 29, 1887. Notice The members of the Democratic Exec uitro Committee for Mason County are requested to meet at the law oflico of Whitaker & Robertson in the city of Maysvillo on Monday, the 12th day of December next. A full attendants is requested, as business of importance will como befoie it for action. Respectfully, ElIIBT WlHTAKKB, Ch'm'n Executive Committoo Mason Co. Tna Ohio river should be locked and damned. Tn Cincinnati Commercial-Gazette thinks Prohibition has seen its beat day. If that railroad was only completed to Ashland now, Maysrille would have all the coal she needed perhaps. Tubus is promise of some li...

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. — 29 November 1887

T.BEI FINEST IN THSS LABfi). W- H, 2MLS&3T3' $3,03 SH 015 3, ATHOiffAS; TRY A PAIK. .- R& frO 4fi. itr $2 ?. " 'j?W..' tfVlT ? $$ I v - 1 i. -; E. ; VtfV i . ! ,Vf k.T i,-i tSf w ' Wf '(.-. 'i - J DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. TUESDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 29, 1887. Indications "For Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia, fair weather, hwly ruing temperatun." n OmscKKT heel plates, freo at Miner's. ' OixiroRViA drio:l and canned fruit, at Calhoun's. COLOHIL VV. W. B'A.XDWIK.is OD ttlO sick list, suffering from a severe cold. e n i . ...- Moses BniTTiKaiiAu.of Manchester, has been granted a re-issuo of pension. Hkel plates on rubbors are a great eating. Put on free at Miner's. n29d2t i Captain Jaues T. Donsny, of Flem ingsburg, has been granted an increase of pension. Thursday ib the last day for paying city taxes, if you wish to vote at the election next January. The Obattarei Railroad in Eastern Kentucky ran its first train to White Hou...

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. — 29 November 1887

"WORKING- ON HIS MESSAGE THE PRESIDENT DEVOTING HIMSELF TO HI8 ANNUAL LETTER. Re la Writing It Himself Without aay Aaalstanoa The Interruption by Visit or Tha Fight for tho Chairmanship of the Committee on Ways and Means. "Washington, Not. 20. The praiidant is Bow hard at work upon lit mauage. Ha ievotaa tho boat part of. evory afternoon to tta oonitruotion. He writes all hli own meeaagea. He began the praotlce when he waa mayor of Buffalo, followed it up aa royernr and haa adhered to it aa proeident. He bogina the work of tho day promptly at o'clock in the morning. Col. Latnont ia on haod to greet "hlra. Thoy start in with the daily mail of a Toluminoua tiulk. Constant interruptions follow, hundreds of callarj, from the man asking for a job to the cabinet minister or the governor of a stato, aro always ready to take up the president's time and interrupt bit work. Many aro turnod away by tho wgacity and diplomacy of tho vigilant pri vate secwtary, but thoro aro callors whom even Col...

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. — 30 November 1887

r fOLUME VXC. MATSVELIiE, KY., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER SO, 1887 NUMBER 7. THE EVENING BULLETIN. V I1 ' X r it i A QUESTION ABOUT Browns Iron Bitters ANSWERED. The qnMtlon has prob&blr baen Mked thoosand fumes, "How san Brown's Iron Bitters eon amy hlnirrwU, It d-osn't. But it does our anydiwM; farwbioa reputable physician would presofiba (BOH Itrntelans recoirnlie Iron as tho beat rwrtowtiT Mwnt known to lh profession, and Inquiry or anj Wading chemical Arm will snbstauttato the assortion that there are more preparations of Iron than of any other aubstanco used In medicine This shows con erosiTely that iron ia acknowledged to bo th most j satisfactory iron combination bad ever boon found. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS&Ult!3!S boadacho, or prodnoe constipation all other Iron medicine do. llllO WN'HIUONIUTTIt IIS cares Indigestion, milou-ticni, Weakness, DjHpep-lu, illnlarln, drills nnil Fevorn, Tired rcclliiff,3fiicrnl I)cblUty,Fnin in tbo Hide, IliickoriilinbHtllrurinrhoandNr'tirnl srin ...

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. — 30 November 1887

Ji J1Z w K DAILY EVENING bULLETINi DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietor. RATJCa OF aUBHORIPTION. The Daily Bulletin will bo delivered to any part of tho city at 6 centea week, or one year for 93. Thk Daily Bulletin to any postofflce in the United States, postage prepaid, at txventv fiw cent per month or three doltar per year. WEDNESD AYkEVEN'G, NOV., 30, 1887. Notice. The members of the Democratic Exee uitTO Committee for Mason County are requested to meet at the law office of Whitakor & Robortaon in the city of JJaysvlllo on Monday, th 12th day of December next. A fall attendance ia requested, as busineu of importance nil! como befote it for actios. Respectfully, Eubbt Whitakm, Oh'm'n Executive Committeo Mason Co. i It is not worth while for any of the Territories to bo Baking to be made a State when tho Presidential election is so close at hand. any of the hardware factories in the East are said to be running day and night to fill their orders. A Democratic ...

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. — 30 November 1887

ftlJiB FINTE9T tXf THSi lATD! W. H. MSAN'S' $3,03 SHOES, AT H01'AN''3; TRY A PAIR'. SI. I ij " m-,j- L1- V, ,vT'' iKt - tp Si " &&- " r,i i.'y? . .K' . t DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDHY. rossek & McCarthy, Proprietors. WEDNESDAY EVEN'Q, NOV., 30. 1887. IxDicATiofrs : ' For Ohio, Ktnttfcky and WatVirginia, tlightly warmer, fair vttather." CriieoiMT heel plates, free at Miner's. Calipozvia dried and canned fruit, at Calhoun's. Thk site for tho.new gas well is to be selected to-day. Taouxs Watson, of Carlisle, is now traveling for Watson Bros., of this city. HifcL plates on rubbers are a great saying. Put on free at Miner's. n29d2t t i Missus. J. H. Rains & Co. received a load of last year's crop of tobacco Monday. m J. W. Rodin, of the firm of Daulton & Roden, was at Carlisle Monday selling cigars. In Rockcastle Countyj thero are four sisters weighing respectively 244, 250, 200 and 270 pounds. Mr. C. W . Lubtby has accepted n situ ation at Miss Anna Fr...

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. — 30 November 1887

TROUBLE OF THE MINERS. ANOTHER EFFORT BEINQ MADE TO RESUME OPERATIONS. ef tha Big Firm OSar an Adranee la . Wag Bat the Miner Kefass to Aoeops It Ot&ar Miners Xtraat Work la Maay Flaee Yarloos Other Labor News. HajocltojI, Pa., Nor. SO. A. Pardee Company ba.ro announoad their intention to make another effort to resume work at their collieries. The flrin lUU that they will pax l-a per cent- advance In wages, tbla adjnce baring been made on the .basis of tsfc price of coal at tide-water shipping; paints. The leaders of the strike will ad vis tho men to stand firm and not to ac cept this proposition, bat it is ge no rally be ttered that many of thom will go to work gain. An immense meeting of Knight of Labor was held at Dickson City last night in be half of the striking minors of the Lohlgh region. A collection was made and a large ram realized, The miners of Hosier oolliory, who hare boen on a strike, returned to work yostar day, the oporators baring acceded to their demands. The ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
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