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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 29 June 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSVHXE,KY FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1888. NUMBER 189. c JOHN W. CABTJCKLL. TMOOEES & CARTMELL, DENTISTS, Bw OrriCK Becond street, in opera house- building. Nitrons - oxide gas administered In all cases. C. W. WARDLE, DENTIST, ZWEIGART'S BLOCK. D K.DKW1TT O. FBAHKLIN, Dentist, Office: Button Street, next door to Fostofnce. T. J. CURLEY, Sanitary Plumber GAS AND STEAM FITTEE. Artistic Chandeliers, Oil Lamps, Ac Becond street, abovo Market, Maysvllle, Ky, MISS ANNA FRAZAR'S NOVELTY STORE! Dealer in DRY GOODS land NOTIONS. I have always on band a lull supply of School Books, and have lust received a large assort ment of new Millinery Goods. JOHN CRANE, House, Sign and- Ornamental Paintr. Graining, Glazing and Paper-hanging. All work neatly and promptly executed. Office and shop, north side of Fourth between Mar ket and Limestone, streets. alMly jacob lira, BAKER AND GONFEOTIONEB, Fresh Bread and Cakes made dally and de livered to any part of the city. Part...

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 June 1888

rrr tnw : w DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. FRIDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 29, 1888. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, GROVEK CLEVELAND, of New York. For Vice Pres'dent, ALLAN O. THUHMAN, of Ohio." AUGUST ELECTION, 1888. For Sheriff, JOnN W. ALEXANDER. The Ohincso are solid for Ben. Harri son. "Boukbon County Democrats have or ganized a club with three hundred mem bers. I t The Republicans of Bracken have nom inated LonniuB 0. Gregg for Sheriff, with Ed. 0. Houston for Deputy. The Republican ticket has been de nominated the "Chinese-Millionaire tick et" 'Pigtail" Harrison and Millionaire Morton. TiiEnn hasn't been seen a real enthusi astic Republican in this city since Har rison and Morton were nominated. And they don't seem to bo numerous any where, judging from the reports that reach us. Democrats Bhould not delude them selves with the idea that they are going to havo a walkover in the fight for the Presidency next fall. The Republicans will ...

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 June 1888

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. FRIDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 20. 1888. Indications "Fair, slightly wanner." i - m i i -f Insure with Jno. Duloy, agent. jlGdtf A pull assortment of fresh groceries at Hancock's, cheap. New honey California peaches, 12J cents, at Calhoun's. Look at A. Honan's advertisement to day. It will pay you. The brick work of the Schatzman build ing on Markot street is completed. Don't forget the Methodist camp meet ing, to be held at Dietrich's grove. m . A pension has been allowed the minor children of Nathan Gilbert, of this city. Read Rosenau Bro.'s advertisement and see the leaders they are offering in dry goods. Geo. Bouncer, who has been seriously sick for the past three months, is still confined to his bed. PiiEAciiiNa this evening at 8 o'clock at Central Presbyterian Church by the pas tor. Communion next Sunday morning. George W. Ckoweli, has sold and con veyed to Frank T. Ryder part of lot No. 11 on the plat of 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. — 29 June 1888

i urn Tiff 1 T ' A TRIO OF MURDERERS MEET WITH JUSTICE AT THE HAND8 OF KAN8A8 MOBS. Two Negroes llsmsed From tho Window of ft Newspaper Offloe la Chetopa A Sim ple Telegraph Pole Used "With Satlsfao tlon t tho Town of Syracuse. Parsons, Kan., June 29. John Risbee and Wylie Loe, two colored men who were arrested at Chetopa Tuesday evening for shooting City Marshal "William Bentloy and Deputy Ed. Martin, were lynched Wednes day morning at 2 o'clock by a mob of several hundred cititens of Chetopa. The sheriff in tended to take the men under guard to the county jail at Oswego, but the streets were filled with excited men who told the sheriff that the prisoners should not bo removed until a preliminary hearing was had. Tho sheriff thereupon decided to keep the prisoners in tho city hall at Chetopa until tho county attorney could bo heard from. Mean while the mob grow in numbers. Shortly after midnight a report was circulated that Deputy Marshal Martin had died of his wounds, .and that Ma...

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 June 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSVHiLE,aKY., SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1888. NUMBER 190. c JOHN W. CARTMELL. JMOORES & CARTMELL, DENTISTS. HS' Office Mecond street, in opern bouse building. Nitrons -oxide gas administered In all cases. C. W. WARDLE, DENTIST, ZWEIGART'S BLOCK. TK. JDEWITT C. FBANHiaW Dentist, Office: Button Street, next floor to rostomce. T. J. CURLEY, Sanitary Plumber GAS AND STEAK FITTER. Artistic Chnndollers, Oil Lamps, Ac. Second street, above Market, Maysvllle, Ky, MISS ANNA FRAZAR'S NOVELTY STORE! lealer In DRY GOODS and NOTIONS. I have always on band a lull supply of Shool Boeks, ana have Just received a large assort ment of new Millinery Goods. JOHN CRANE, House, Blgn and Ornamental Painter. Graining, Glaring and Paper-hanging. All work neatly and promptly exocuted. Office and shop, north side of Fourth between Mar ket and Llmeetono, streets. alBdly JACOB urns, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, Fresh Bread and Cakes made 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. — 30 June 1888

i-VX$IVV szvrw&w' WSW 3" UST ALL GO! We care not at what prices ! Sell them we must ! We have a great many choice Cheviot and Worsted Suits that we are selling at positively les3 money than the material in them cost. In BOYS' and CHILDREN'S SUITS we are making pa rents happy with the prices we sell them at. Although we sold Thousands of HOT-WEATHER GARM in the past two weeks, our stock is yet nearly complete, and as we are particularly anxious to close these goods out, we want everybody to take advantage of our Closing-Out Sale by securing some of the bargains we offer. Respectfully, rr- Kmy ,-- - ENTS M,, t K s HECHINGER fe CC ODDFELLOWS' : HALL : CLOTHING DULY EVENING BULLETIN. WILY, EXCEPT SUNDA Y. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. SATURDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 30, 1888. UMflMUMH DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, GROVER CLEVELAND, of New York. For Vice Pres'dent, ALLAN G. THURMAN, of Ohio. ATJOUST ELECTION, 1888. For Shorlfl, JOHN W. ALEXANDER. The Republican nominee for Preoident ...

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 June 1888

THE OPENING GUNS OF THE CAMPAIGN Are about to be fired, and it promises to be one of the hottest campaigns of American history. So we would advise all to get ready for what is to come by supplying themselves with cool Clothing for hot times! No better opportunity was over presented, or no better opportunity ever will be given you than we are now offering. We have large lots of everything from The Finest Silk Serge Coats and Vests -rP;-,-X.W-,jLd to DUSTERS at 25 cents, all of which we are bound to sell at once. We have placed our SUMMER UNDERWEAR and HATS on the block and will include them in the slaughter. If you don't need any now the price you can buy them for will justify you laying them away until next season. Just feel that this is your opportunity, and you will get the best bargains you have ever seen or heard of, at XjiOXJIS ZECH Sc CO.'S RED CORNER CLOTHING HOUSE. DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. SATURDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 30, 188...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 30 June 1888

WHAT THE YISIT MEANS, A PEACEFUL OR WARLIKE SOLUTION OF TH EASTERN QUESTION. A Visit to Francis Joseph Likely to Fol lowA Prediction That the Crisis Ii Drawing Near Comment on the Pope's XAtest Encyclical Foreign Note. London, June 80. Some of tho French newspapers, which are never at a loss to ascribe somo occult motive to tho happen ings of thoir German neighbor, are hinting that the real reason for the visit of Emperor William to the czar is that Bismarck has be come alarmed at Russia's strength and evi dent purpose to force a war in which Ger many will bo obliged to take a part. They claim that in order to concentrate the czar, and place Germany on a more friendty foot ing with Russia, the Iron Chancellor decided that a royal visit, tho highest honor that could be paid the czar, must be undertaken. As evidence of Blsmack's fear of Russia, these papers cito the rtcent speech of Wil liam to tho reichstag, which t hey do not for a moment doubt Bismarck wrote, which not only breathe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 2 July 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MATSVUiLEKT., MONDAY, JULY 2, 1888. NUMBER 191. U W. B. MOOKES, JOHN W. CARTMELL. fMOORES & CARTMELL, DENTISTS, ffiirf Office Second street, In opera bouse building. Nitrons -oxldo gas administered In nil cases. UNITED LABOR TICKET. THE CANDIDATES ACCEPT NOMINATION. THE C. W. WARDLE, DENTIST, ZWEIGART'S BLOCK. D K.DKW1TT O. fBANBUH, Dentist, Office: Button Street, next door to Postoffloe. SBSlf T. J. CURLEY, Sanitary Plumber GAS AITS STEAK FITTER. Artistic Chandeliers, Oil Lamps, Ac. Second street, above Market, Maysvllle, Ky, MISS ANNA FRAZAR'S NOVELTY STORE! Dealer In DRY GOODS and NOTIONS. I baye always on band a lull supply of Sebool Books, and bave lust received a large assort ment of new Millinery Goods. JOHN CRANE, House, Blgn and Ornamental Painter. Graining, Glazing and Paper-banging. AH work neatly and promptly executed. Office and shop, north side of Fourth between Mar ket and Limestone, streets. al9dly JACOB UKSi BAKER AND OONFEOTJME...

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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. — 2 July 1888

i as.- Ir . W' DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. i ii . . ....-. i- i ii. ,. i. f - -m DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosse & McCarthy, Proprietors. MONDAY EVEN'G, JULY 2, 1888. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, GROVER CLEVELAND, of Now York. For Vice Pres'dont, ALLAN G. THURMAN, of Ohio. AUGUST ELECTION, 18S3. For Sheriff, JOHN W. ALEXANDER. Tub reduction of tho public debt (or tbo fiscal year ending June 30 amounts to about $113,000,000. This is getting rid of tho debt pretty faBt. Some of the Republicans of Maysvillo are beginning to "whistle" to keop up their courage. It will require lots of whistling before tho wind-up. I ! - We repeat: "Talk is cheap but money counts." Tho betting in Now York is two to one on Cleveland and Thurman. Even money is oflored on Indiana going Democratic. One of the Republican daily papers at EvanBville, Ind., has bolted the nomina tion for President, and says Harrison, the aristocrat, will be defeated by 20,000 ma jority in his own State. m 9 m i i - Colonel. A. M...

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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. — 2 July 1888

yj .c-.-V !) r h mh :.-uc lr DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. A TOBAOOO FACTORY. MOFDAY EVENG, JULY 2 1888. Indications "Stationary followed by . cooler; fair followed by local rains. IxsoitE with Jno. Duloy, ngent. jlGdtf m m -- pi M. Smithers, Preparations For Starting Ono This City Now in Progress. Natural gas lias been found at Win- , cheater aud it is thought there will be nn .abundant supply for manufacturing pur- in poses when off. the water is proberly cased Bokn To tho wife of Ed a daughter. A full assortment of fresh groceries at Hancock's, cheap. New honey California peaches, 12J cents, at Calhoun's. , m The salary of the postmaster at Ripley has been increased $100. The Eminence postoflice has been ad vanced from fourth to third class. Satubdav was stock-sales day at Ripley, and a largo crowd was in attendance. -" i The Bank of Maysvillo declared a semi annual dividend of 5 per cent. Saturday. The work of bracing up and re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 2 July 1888

..n i-ni.;i..MTr -rat' "' "y- TV GETTING READY FOR WAR FIVE GALICIAN REGIMENTS ORDERED TO THE FRONTIER. A Belief Thnt nula U LliMe to Strike at Any Moment The Mysterious White Ftuha The Panama Canal Loan Em peror William' Rescript Note,. Viikna, July 2. Five Gallcian regi ments now stationed hero have been ordered to proceed to Gallcia without delay by special transport traini. The regiments were not due at the Gallcia stations until September, and the change of arrangement ii owing to news haring been received at the war office of march of two Russian infantry divisions from the interior toward Gallcia. Austria has set herself to oppose Rmsia's designs upon the Balkan statea with gi eater energy than she has ever before manifested' in getting roady for war. The theory is en tertained by military men that under t,he present conditions of armament and trans portation, all othor things being equal, vic tory lies with the army that strikes first. Austrian diplomates are evidently under...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 3 July 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MATSVELLE, KT TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1888. NUMBER 193. JOHN W. CARTMBXL. I JMOORES&CARTMELL, DENTISTS, Office Beond street, In opera a house building. Nitrous - oxide gas administered In all cases. C. W. WARDLE, DENTIST, ZWEIGART'S BLOCK. D K.JDEW1TT O. VBANBUn, Dentist, Office: Button Btreet, next door to Poatofflco. T. J. CUBXEY, Sanitary Plumber OAS AND STEAM FITTER. Artistic Chandelier, Oil Lamps, Ac Second street, above Market, ilaysvllle, 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 bave just received a large assort ment of new Millinery Goods. , TOIIK CRANE, House, Sign and Ornamental Painter. Graining, Glazing and P&porfaangine. All work neatly and promptly executed. Offlco and shop, north side ol fourth between Mar ket and Limestone, streets. al9dly JACOB UNB, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Fresh Bread and Cakes made dally and de livered to any part of the city. P...

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. — 3 July 1888

fir j. B4 DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. , . i. .,. - . . .-" DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. TUESDAY EVEN'G, JULY 3, 1888. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, OHOVEK CLEVELAND, of New York. For Vice Prea'dent, ALLAN G. TIIURMAN, of Ohio. AUGUST ELECTION, 18S8. For Sheriff, JOI1N W. ALEXANDER. Harrison and Morton" Tippicanoo " and a bar'l of boodle, too. i ' I. The Catlettsburg Democrat ia for Hon. T. H. Payuter for Congress. m The Louisville district paid tho Gov ernment nearly $7,000,000 internal reve nue last year. The Democrats carried Connecticut in 1884, and the outlook at present is said to be just as favorable as it was four years ago at this timo. mm The Democratic Executive Committee of the Tenth congressional district will meet at Winchester noxt Saturday to fix the time and place of their convention. There is one particular thing tho State authorities should push to an end, and that is the suit to recover the shortage of Dick Tate, the defaulter. The Com...

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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. — 3 July 1888

tff u u DAEY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAV. ' ROSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. TUESDAY EVEN'G, JULY 3. 1888. Indications "Slightly cooler, fair wcalh- cr.' Insure with Jno. Duloy, agent. jlGdtf Born To the wife of Ed. M. Smithers, a daughter. A full assortment of fresh groceries at Hancock's, cheap. New honey California peaches, 12 cents, at Calhoun's. Unmuzzled dogs nro not allowed to run at large now in Carlisle Tijk Louisville School of Medicine turned out sixty doctors last week. To-morrow is a national holiday and the public offices will all be closed. Brooksville will vote on the local op tion question at the August election. m James E. Pyles has sold and conveyed to George W. Dye a lot near Sardis for $260. Will Meisner has been awarded the contract for canning the mails between Helena and May slick. CnARLEs A. Wood is at Lexington this week representing the Maysville Assem bly at the Chautauqua. m m James Noun has accepted a situation with Wm. Wromald at tho coal...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 3 July 1888

U. S. TROOPS AND MARINES HOW THEY WILL SPEND THE SUMMER AT FI8HEFVS ISLAND. A Camp of Instruction In Rifle Practice to Be Established and Conllnurd for Three Month i A Sham llattle Hetweeu the Land and Naval Force. New Yokk, July S. The first bugle call for the summer maneuvers of the army and navy troops were sounded this morning on Governor's Island, as well as on board of the corvettes Osslpee and Galena, of the North Atlantic squadron, as soon as the war ships dropped their anchors near the fort, where they are to receive the army contingent for transportation to Fisher's Island. All the necessary arrangements have been completed. Gen. Schofleld who commands the division of the Atlantio issued the official orders. The camp of instruction in rifle practico, established at Fisher's Island near New London, and will be continued torougn July, August and September. The troops which wore transported this morning are the first contingent of the camp and are composed of four batteries o...

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. — 5 July 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSVTLLE, KY., THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1888. NUMBER 193. JOHN W. CARTMEIJj. TMOOEES & OARTMELL, DENTISTS, HP Office Hecond street, In opera bouse building. Nitrons -oxide gas administered In all cases. C. W. WARDLE, DENTIST, ZWEIGART'S BLOCK, D K. JJEWMT C. rilAKKIJN, Dentist, Office: Button Street, next door to Postofflce, T. J. CURLEY, Sanitary Plumber GAS AND STEAM FITTEB. Artistic Chandelier, Oil Lamps, Ac. Second Btreet, above Market, Maysville, Ky, MISS ANNA FRAZAR'S NOVELTY STORE ! Dealer In DRY GOODS and NOTIONS. I nave always on band a lull supply of Sshool Books, and have Just received a large assort ment of new Millinery Goods. JOHN CRANK, House, Sign and ' Ornamental Painter. Graining, Glazing and Paper-hanging. -All work neatly ud promptly executed. Office and shop, north side of Fourth between Mar ket and Limestone, streets. al9dly JACOB UNN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONEE. Fresh Bread and Cakes made dally and de livered to any part of the city...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 5 July 1888

' If .. 1 ' DmY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, kosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. . THURSDAY EVEN'G, JULY 5, 1888. Ip tho Domocrnts of tho Ninth district will bold tbeir Congressional convention in Maysvillo this year, besides tho pleas ure of nominating our next Congressman, the delegates will have an opportunity to enjoy the hospitality of a city whoso latch string always hangs loose upon tho outer wall, and whose people ever cor dially extend a friendly greoting to the invited guest. And we will show them n city full of push, enterprise and hope ful of a yet brighter future ; a city of 10, 000 inhabitants whore honest, well di rected industry has met with fair re ward; a city of substantial business houses and comfortablo homes; a city having ample hotel accommodations for any Bized crowd, and easy of access by the Ohio river, Maysvillo and Big Sandy or Kentucky Central Railroads; a city with an artificial ice factory, two gas works and water works with tho heaviest pre...

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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. — 5 July 1888

MAYSVILLE DEMOCRATIC OLUB, THE MAYSVILLE FAIR. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, ROSSER 8c MCCARTHY, '" Proprietors. ' - Wave I Democracy, Wave I All Rod Banchnas Wave ! Thy What the Kentucky Stock Farm Has To Say of tho Oomming Mooting. THURSDAY EVEN'G, JULY 5. 1888. DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. II A full assortment of fresh groceries at Hancock's, cheap. i I' m - ' New ihonoy California cents, at Calhoun's. peaches, 12J John T. Wood, or Lexington is visiting his brother, Jamea Wood, of Cheater. Many camp meeting attractions will bo seen by those who atL'ul at Dietorich's grove. Don't fail to attend. At Lynch's, for two days only, ladieB' dongola kid button shoes, common sense, last E, at $1.50, worth $2.25. Mr. Levi Colbun, living on the Down ing farm, in the Washington preoinct, had ninety-four chickens stolen from his hen house last Saturday night. Tiieiik was no formal attempt made to celobrato the "Fourth" here. It passed off quietly and harmlessly with perhaps less enthusiasm in the small-boy...

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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. — 5 July 1888

MAKING A VIGOROUS KICK. THE POSTMASTER GENERAL ATTACKS A NEW LAW. He OhJrcU to the Appropriation of 8800, 000 to Provide for a Mall Service With South America Condition of General Sheridan Other Washington News. Washington, July o.-r-The postmaster general haa written a letter to Chairman Blount, of tho bouso postoflSce committee, in which be vigorously- attacks what is com monly known as the "subsidiary amend ment" put on the postofilco appropriation bill by tho senate. This amendment appro priates 1600,000 to provide more efficient mail service .between the United States and South America, and authorizes the postmas ter genoral to contract with American built vessels to carry the mails t a compensation cot exceeding (or eapW outward (1 per nautical mile. The letter begins: "It will hardly be claimed for this legislation that it is either demanded or required or that it can be util ized for the benefit of the postal service merely. The resources and powers of the department have pr...

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