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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 14 September 1883

BAILlfc EVENIN BULLETIN VOL. 27--NO., 252.-, MAySVTLLE, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER l4, 1883. PRICE ONE CENTJ FOR SALE. rpilfcJ Nplefailld'bln ''Kinss farm of Lewi P. J. Brooks, )ifnr Minerva, and ou,,thf Uover and MlnervuTurnplko. containing 22U)4ucies AnolegapPbrlck dwelling, two good tcnnnt liouces, two of tlio finest tobacco" barns in Mason county, Rood stables, orchards, nnd nn nbuuilnnco of water, and lenty of flno tobacco land. Apply to O A It It ETr S. WALL, sepSthtwlm Milysvlllo, Ky. CommlsHioiior'w Notice. Dr. M. Smith's Administratrix, vs. 15 per cent, dividend. Dr. M. Smith's Heirs Ac The creditors o Dr. M.. Smith, deceased, will tulio notice thai n dividend of!5 percent, will be paid them on their claims as allowed by court, by calling upon sSd&wSw Master Commissioner M. U. 0. - rits. m, J. 3ioitroiti, , Third St., opposite Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A XKW STOCK Just received and prices VEHY LOW. llmineis mid Hats made over lu the latent styles a'i.tld "PAI...

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. — 14 September 1883

ft K S"t lowest. ' TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN The attention of manufacturers about raov ' lng their location anil of those who are seek-, lng a place In which to establish themselves " Is called to the city of Maysvlllo which offers - tho following advantages : i, Low taxes. Good water power at low rates. Cheap living which Insures labor tit reasonable wages. Timber, Iron and coal near at baud and at i roasonablo prices. Access to tho great marketsjof thelcouutry by rail and liver. An attractive and healthful placo of residence, with cheap rents, chinches and good public sonooR For all further Information desired address TltK BULLETIN. Frost iB reported ns fur south as Columbus, Ga. m Tin: Railroad Commissioners are in session nt Frankfort. Valuable deposits of oil have lately been discovered in Montgomery county. All efforts to adjust the troubles in the Democratic party in Cincinnati havo go far failed. Senatoii Pendleton, of Ohio, relies upon tho rural districts to choose Legis- tors...

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. — 14 September 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. F RIDAY EVENING, 8EPT. 14? 1883 BOIBBS MoOARTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Address All Communications TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. W. B. Dawson Announcement. Steamer Spurlook. J. S. Huff-Notice. Fnlr reward. Tan cltlxon must not apply The unotlon to his soul That ho can fight the winter through Without tho use of coal. So lot him go to work at once, And llko a little man, Bccuro at onoe abundant store, And do It whllo he can. Notice to Advertisers. As tho advertising spneo in the Daily Bulletin during tho fair week will bo limited those persons who wish to make use of its columns at that time will please hand in their favors not later than next Monday. Oun public schools are now down to hard work. The law against killing partridges expires October 20th. Rnv. S. B. Alderson will preach at the chapel next Sabbath as usual. . The Boyd county fair begins at Ashland October 3rd, and continues three days. Tun Vanceburg Courier claims tho lato Mr. Bulger as a nati...

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. — 14 September 1883

."IV fM c , I. CONDENSED NEWS. Secretary Lincoln lias returned to "Washington. The Mexican National Railroad is com. pleted to Morclia. The Bank of England reduced the rato of discount to 3J per cent, The North Dakota convention is in session at Fargo to form a constitution. Emperor William has subscribed 20,000 marks toward restoring the Cathedral at Treves. It is stated that the Czar, before returning to Warsaw, will meet the Emperor William at Tilsit. The strike at the Manchester Iron Works, Pittsburg, lias ended by thu reinstatement of the Superintendent. Governor Butler has nominated Edwin G. Walker, a colored lawyer, as justice of the Charlcstown Distrist Court. Two cars were burned and a brake-man's leg broken in a wreck on the New York & Now England road ut Andover. The new Inman steamer, the City of Chicago, made a trial trip on tho Clyde, accomplishing a speed of fifteen knots an hour. Eight cars were demolished in u freight wreck on the Lehigh & Susquehanna road, ...

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. — 17 September 1883

f T F 'If . . tW lyK? 5 "x r'A.i" ,'i i-T f s ; i o iJXi IP, ... , TO vo vv j i jcr i ' .: ", 7f DAILY EVENING BULLETIN f VOL. 2 NO. 254. MAYSVILLE, ICY., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT,. FOR SAXJEl, rpHE Rplcmlld blugraBs fnrm of LowltrP. X HrooKS, near Mlnorvn, nnd on tho Dovor nnd Minerva Turnpike, containing 223)4 noius An elegant brick dwelling, two good tonnnt houses, two ortlio tlilest tobncca burns In Mason county, good stables, orchards, uud nu nbundnnco of water, nnd nlonty of flno land. Apply 10 UAUKETTB. WALL, sepsd&wlm Mnysyllle, Ky. Oominisslonor'H Notioo. Dr. M. Smith's AdmlnlHtratrlx, vs. Y 15 per cont. dividend. Dr. M. Smith's Heirs Ac. ,, , , . Tho creditors of Dr. M. Smith, deceived, will tnko notice that a dividend of 15 percent, will be paid them on their claims as allowed by court', by calling upon 1V , ,. aviiRKTTB. wall, s8d&w2w Master Commissioner M. C. C. writs, ai, J. Moni'oitn, Third St., oppoRlto Christian Church. Millinery and Notion...

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. — 17 September 1883

wmmmsm' r. wSf??w$Mj. vs 3ner; PPfJ U V ."3 C;J'ht:(: ifTff THE DAILY -BULLETIN. i MONDAY EVE., SEPT. 17, 1883. fa . f, . t I l l l m rfi!5Jjp The- above number represents tho 111)11. CIKJU 11CTH HI w.v .. . ""- " , Btatemetit, and they aro requested to boar In ininaHli'il our ni en iui uiwo("' ,"' lowest. i OUR AGENTS. -The following persons rjl 4.1.... ... I rAt1.d frtTIIM IIAII.Y I1IJ II XKTlN.flt the places nnmed. CojrtrnqU for Bnoscripiion or uuvciuom ,... 'with thorn: W.Sutt. Shannon Wm. ninry. Lkwisbijhg W. T. Uerry. II. Hnwes. MtOlivbt Potor Myers. Helena. R. M.Hnrrisoti. A jHCltSon. OnANOKnuua B. P. Tolle. MT. ,S..HlRglUS. Holtou. ToLttoimuo R. L. GUlesplo. SUACK'aP. O. M. WMorau. Elizavillk. V. H. Stownrt. & Bro. Fakkow'8 T. Farrow. Mr. A. Henderson. Fkrn Leaf Unrry Burgoyno T. Tomlln. FoBMXN'sai'KlNas. J. M. Hawley. 'Washington Miss Anna Thomas. Johnson Junction. Scruggs & Bro. HLtdnoKo. Kev. W. H. BnrkHdnle. ' TO WHOM IT MAY COXOEKIC. The ntteutlon of manufacture...

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. — 17 September 1883

::. maw i A. j'iJJ H. . . .0 "' t rifK',i T' Jl" ' 15 W . 1 v Ami I Jfo.'fry h'", V, 7Xtf THE PAIJLY BULLETIN 'MONDAY EVE., SEPT. 17? 1863 ' j - BOSSES' & MoOABTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Addrrss Ai.ii Communications TO-DAY'S ADYEBTISEMENTS. A. BorrlonA Bon Sowing mnohlDcs. Artificial Ico Co. Ico for sale. McDougle A Holton Dry goods. Mrs. Franklin Furnitures for salo. -?! i - x r3Ksr 'Tia only a porkor'a wallow, m I notfcod In tho street,-And tbo stonch that camo to my nostrils, Was anything but sweet. And out of tbnt filthy wallow, I saw an old sow start, And splatter tho passers all over With mud from Its nasty heart. Ah I 'tis only a fllthy wallow, TIs only n hole In tho strcot, And yot It Is far mora common Than anything elso you meet. Tub street cars were taxed yesterday to nccommodato tho travel. An interesting little child of Mr. Wm. I. Wells, of Helena, died this morning. Tho steamer Handy will take passengers to tho fair grounds for five cents each way. A ...

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. — 17 September 1883

VirJWTn TitT n JTV W r ff 1 A r (? r,i ' ' r v UNDER THE RIVER. Laying a Snbiimrlno Cable in llio Motrins, Tenn.,Sopt. 1(J. Astibniurino telegraphic cable for tlio Kansas City, Sprfngtield and Memphis railroad hns been succcRsfully laid across the river from n point near the old gas works. Fort to the opposite shore. The cable is an inch and a half in diameter and 4,000 feet long, and of tho kind used to cross oceans with. The river at tho point where the cablo crosses is not more than 3.300 feet wjde, but it is intended that it shall run underground several hundred yiuda on tho other side in the woods beyond tho Bhore. From each side of the cable thico lines of wire will be used for message work. The tug O'Neill, of C. B. Bryan a Co.'s fleet, was used to lay the cable, and the job was done in about ten minutes, under the supervision of Mr. Palmer, of Louis, who came here to supeiviso tho work. i i THE LUMBER MARKET. Report of Heavy Ailvnnco In Price. Ottawa, Out., Sent. 10. The saw...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 18 September 1883

FwWw!?' , 'V i EVENING BULLETIN. 7 ' VOL. 2 NO. 255. MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT.; FOR SALE. rpHta nplondld bin BrnH.i farm of LewN F. X Ihoolss, near Mlnurvu, and on the Dover and Minerva Turnpike, containing 223i neios An oleganl brick dwelling, two good tenant houses, two of tho finest tobncco bonis In tinfoil county, good ntubles, orchards, and an nbuudnuco of water, and i.lonty or flno tobacco land. Apply to OAUUETT S.WALL, BopSd&wlm Muysylllo, Kj. Commigsionor'H Notice. Dr. M. Smith's Administratrix, vh. y 16 per cent, dividend. Dr. M. Smith's Heirs Ac. Tho credltois of Dr. M. Smith, deceased, will take notice that a dividend of IS per cent, will be paid them on their claims as allowed by cour'., by culling upon UUIRETTB. WALL. s8d&w2w Master Commissioner At. C. 0. 1 ivrits. m, J. jiokfoki, Third St., opposite Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just received and prices VERY LOW. HonneiH and Hats muttu over In tho latest...

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 September 1883

"C , o C" J5VSw V- f"3if" ' ,y. V " . - i -". j , h THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVE., SEPT. 18, 1883. " m m The above iiumuar renresonts the clrottlii Hon, oiicU week or tlio DAinr nnd Wkkki.y Artvim.lnr.rH urn lnvlliil Id cull Kami assure tumuselve ol the truth of tyie r smtomo it, iuiu umy are raiupsieu 10 icanu imu our ru es ior auvommug urc un lowest. OUR AGENTS. I'ollownn petrous are tuuiiuUiorlzod mtoiiti for the Daily nvu ibtin ni tlio planes mimed. Contracts for subscription or advertising may bo mndu I-"With them: W.Suli. HHANNhK Win Clary. LEwisnuna W. T. Horry, MinkkvaW. II. Hawes. Mr. Or.lVKT Peter MyeiH. 1Iki.knA.H. M. Harrison. ,1. A. Jackson. OiiASOKiitfito R. V. Tolle. Mr. S. HlKgtno. Tockahok. W.L. Holton. TotiLKSuono R. L. Gillespie. SLACK'S P. O. M. V. Moran. Eliza vii.i.K.Wr. II. Stewart. GkrmAntown Rlgdou it Bro. Farkow's T. Farrow. Mt. Oahmel T. A. Henderson. Fern Leak Uurr.v Burgoyne MOKPHY8VILLF, W. T. Toinlln. Fokm an's Si'iiiNOS. J M. Hnwley. Washington Mis...

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 September 1883

V h TaPTJss I ; ?tc I - W tmmf Khf Yp f 5?r '- ,. -. '-.- V'H & -i' "n"-' .., f..j n . IfAl c .-, t .i-l THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVE., SEPT. 18, 1883 ROSSER & MoOARTHY, Publishers nud Proprietors, TO "WHOM ADDKES3 ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. - Huso ball game September 23rd. Olttscoclc & Co. Now dry goods. , . A. M. Ullntoclc & Son-Registered Jersey snlo. S, Simon Q,ucohswnrc. Honry College Lottery. 11. 1 Muish Lots lor Q.S. Wnll Fauns for sale. , J. II. Hull fc Co. M uro for snle. John Hetser Freh oysters. D. M. ttunyoti Hlaoli nnd colored silks, etc. Kackley's Gallery Notice. . Kmmot RIHls Notice. Open the doors, invito 'em in, And lot your loco bo smllln', Audwhllo thoy.'io here, to trout 'em right, Just kcop tho pot u b'illn'. And when they go baclc home again, Tho little und the big, To mnko them nil roniomber us, Present 'om with n pig. A good bicycle costs about $125. Why should thoy not bo taxed like other property ? The now street cars arr...

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 September 1883

RK '- iiiiimm ; ii wipum1! - h M? pir I ii i ill Jijpp P'l'A'L ..' ' - - v ;o ,. v. ft';v -, f" v- , . r.r. P3 M fr .'?' , i f . CONDENSED NEWS. Four new cases but no deaths tit Pensa-cola navy-yard. , Moody preached to a congregation of 3,-000 at Chicago. Franco is hurrying forward reinforcements to Tonquin. England declines to annex certain of the Pacific islands to Australia. Immigrants landed at Now York during the past ten months, 373,374. ( Victor Alexander Prusteux, the French mathematician, aged sixty-three, is dead. A captured burglar confesses the murder of Officer "William Lawrence, at Bat.i, Me, It is reported that the differences of Hamilton county Democrats have been adjusted. Many lives have been lost by tho floods prev.d.ing in tho district of Taranto, Italy. Dublin Freeman's Journal has commenced the publication of a weekly edition in New York. Because of threats the Marquis of Lansdowne, new Governor of Canada, is to have a strong guard. Dr. Stenzang, an eminent 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. — 19 September 1883

;"e:' - v ' - t -Kl, V ii a vv.r DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. ; " VOL. 2 NO; 256. MAYSVILLE, KY.,. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER J 9, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT FOR SALE. rpHE splendid blu "grass fnrm of Lewis P. JL Brooks, near Miuervii, nnd on tho Dover nudMlnervu Turnpike. contaiulug223Kueies An olegiuit brick dwelling, two good letinnt houses, two of the tobneco barns In Mason county , Rood stables, orchards, and nn abuudance of water, and plenty of flue tobacco land. Apply to OAIUtETT S. WALL, sep8d&wltn Mysyille, Ky. Commissionor'H Notioo. Dr. M. Smith's Administratrix, vs. y 16 per cont. dividend. Dr. M. Smith's Heirs Ac. Tho creditors or Dr. M. Smith, deceased, will talto notlco tbnt a dividend of 15 per cent, will be paid them on their claims as allowed by court, by calling upon OUtRETTH. WALL. sSd&w2w Master Commissioner M. 0. 0. vtiis. si, j, aiouroim, Third St., opposite Clulstlnh Chinch. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just received and prices VEHY LOW, Bonnets and Huts inade ov...

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. — 19 September 1883

mxrtmiW&vm'MkiMWivmmmwwwnmmm RTPTTWI f, ti T -v T r?!OT't 'K' .f 'VI . ' " ' ,""',, - C -,.' r -1 . . "k -! r t ' . V m V' . ' 4 1 4 -' THE DAILY BULLETIN. 3VEDNE8DAY EVE., SEPTVlfy 1883". M" 7,528 Thonlinvn nmiiDiir renresonts tlio clrcula 'lion, each week of the DAiir and Weekly UUiiLKTiw. Advertisers nro Invltod to call and assure themselves oi the truth of tho statement, and they nro requested to bear in mind that our ra os for advertising are UK lowest. , OUR AGENTS--The following poisons are the authorized ugonts for the Daily Uol Letin nl tho plnoes named. Contracts for subscription or advertising may be made with thorn: W.3ult. Shannon Win. Clary. , LKWianmia W. T. Berry. Mikkhva W. H. Huwes. Mt. Myers. Hklena. R. M. Harrison. A Jackson. P. Tolle. Mt. Oikad J. 9. Ulgglns. ToCkaiiok. W, L. Holton. ToiAEflnoKo U. L. Gillespie. Sl'aok'b P. O. M. V. Moran. Elizavili.k W. H. Stewart. A BrO. Parhow's Stork-8. T. Farrow. Mt. oakmel T. A. Honderson. Fkbn, Leaf Harry Hurgoyne 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. — 19 September 1883

ROSSES & MoOABTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Asdrxss Ai Communications TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. Cook Wnntod. T. Lowery Cart for nolo. Hunt it Doylo Now cloaks, dolmans, etc Uauoku's bund Concert. I bulb the rnnoho and the music piny That City Dads must sing, For In town nffal rs, you can bet your llfo, I am tho bond and tho king. I goyorn, tho town, ns day by day, Tho people havo como to see, And I dare 'om to Bay tholr souls aro their to own, Without referring to me. Tub " Maboottk," is tho nnmo of a bright littlo fair journal issued to-day by Messrs. Oldham & Cady. It is well filled with business announcements and interesting reading matter. ,. ...... I. !-- - At Barry, III., while tho night performance of O'Brien's Circus was in progress a cyclone struck tho tents. A panic resulted, and in tho rush one man was killed and Bevoral persons seriously injured. A telegram received by tho Bulletin this morning from Major J. M. Wright, Gonoral Manager of the Louisville ...

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. — 19 September 1883

' "'.,;" '," V P S -$' How tko Southern Pacific wiw Sniir. Exchange Correspondence. "Vlfawod by Iteolf, tho Souttiorn I'aciflo railroad is a mlraclo of oiiterpriso, dnrfn ami jwrelstoncy, and was bailt in tho fact I obstacles and disadvantages that would liuve crushed any but westoru spirits. It croi.'a tho mountains by tho most wonderful tncJ . of any engineer's audacity, crossing and re-crossing its own tracks and curling its iron loops about tho Tohacipi peak until Uie tracv lies on it liko a lariat thrown by Titantio hands. It crosses leagues upon leagues of desert that any century will not too reclaimed from their waste of sands: strctchej through tho bod of an ancient lake wl.eru tho barometer shows a depression tliroo huu drel feet bolow tho lovol of tho sea, and pursues its straight courso across an arid country whoro dew or rain is seldom known and water can not bo found. Tho road was built in tho face of every discouragement, and for months at a tlnio tracklaying and work ...

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 September 1883

e,'' . T Kt" ' tt.fWttj L'TTPSW '' ." S'1 fOP rAa7VJV?j" . . w ' - i - i ..-. . ,. '" IK , .T x t'M t ' r .i J-"? ff ) - wwwwpi "SI k ' -J - ' "ITS I.. i. T. 1'W - "v. t . ""; .fc J.-- " w 's.'--' v- '-; . :? DAILI BULLETIN. !.J VOL. 257, MAYSVILLE, KY., TIIUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT, '3 FOR SALE. rpHB uploiulld blup'Brnss nrm of Lewis F, JL Brooks, near Minorvn, nnd on tlio Dover nnd Minerva Turnpike, containing 223iioies An elegant brick dwolllug, two good tenant houses, two of the finest tobneco burns In Mason county, good stables, orchards, and nn abundance of water, and plenty of flno tobacco land. Apply to OAltRETT B. WALL, sepSd&wIin Miiysytylc, Ky, Commisgionor'8 Notioo. Dr. M. Smith's Administratrix, vs. r 15 per cent, dividend. Dr. M. Smith's Heirs tc. Tho creditors of Dr. M. Smith, deceased, will take notice that a dividend of 15 per cent, will bo paid them on their claims as allowed by cour:, by calling upon (MUrETTB.WaLL, tSd&w2w Master Commissio...

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 September 1883

fc' v. i THE DAILY BULLETIN. THUE8DAY EVE., SEPT. 20, 1883. aivA niihibiirYdatgflnu tU6 clrcnla tlon, each weolc of the daily and Wkkkly EUTiXiKTIM. .Advertisers are Invited to call and assure themselves of the truth of the statement, and they nre requested to bear lu "Ml!tHLluat for advertising jnr'thf lowest. 7'!' m ' ' .' ' ,' t ( TTZ Ti6 Atomblr lfoi5 - ' l-x J I La8t night tho young gentlemen and ladieg.,of Maysvillo anil their gueatB, were gathered at tho. Riverside Hotel in at- Irtendaaco upon one of the most elegant .. . . i : r !ii.. xiops tuat nave uepn givuii iiiamjuuuu in,a long time. No pains had been spared to malce our visitors enjoy themselves and the efforts of our young men were rewarded with perfect success. Prof. Michael, of Newport, with his best corps Of musicians, has boon secured for tho Assemblies and thoso who heard him last night did not wonder at his well earned reputation, for his music seemed ta inspire dancing to tho feet pi those even who did not como...

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. — 20 September 1883

I. r MM e pAiiiY 'Bxiit; 'rTHTTHSDAXEVE., SEEL .20; J383 0S 1JBB ADVERTISEMENTS. Hauoko's it ' G. J. Hall Notice. j ., i - Michael Peters-Land lor sale. Artlflclal Ice Compnny Notice. MayBVlllo Fair t Take your whont, grind It up, And overy ItoVP make, , But all tho Bamoiyortfro forced to say That ' Old Gold " piakos tho cake. And Just as suro as you will nee To-morrow's rising sun, Tho" Old Gold " holds the loading place And knuckles down to none. The Knitting factory will resume operations id Ji few days. Key." S.vH'. Chester being absent from tho city there will be no services by the Southern Presbyterian congregation next Sunday. r Rev. A. N. Giluekt will preach at Washington, in tho Christian Church, next Sunday afternoon nt.four o'clock. Those soeing this notice will please mention it to others as the services at Washington have been interrupted for two weeks. Ir you are told that Maysville hogs ore good scavengers, don't believe it. That is only a weak' excuse for permitting ...

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 September 1883

ct ' sf -. " m EfpW' W'fV'ffl - i " ,.j.i ! '$: tv f r.x I Khr X IMlli liil iil'u 32- i'i I., 1 1 h. ? .- AFFAIRS ABROAl. 'i i J a i. ' - i si iT The French War HUnntlou ami tUlie Alnttcra. . FRANCE. Pailis, Sent. 19, The Temps, inan editorial article,, admits dissension between i'rench officials at Tonquin, and urges tUo concentration of the civil and military authority in ono person. Two battalions of native sharpshooters, and ono battalion of th 'Foreign Legion from Africa start for Tonquin immediate ly. On their arrival the forces there will exceed the number of troops asked for by General Bonot. - MADAGASCAR. " Lo&donj Sept 19. The Times' Calcutta special states that the published accounts of French outrages at fall far short of tho truth, and adds that when the English Consul, Pakonham, was dying tho French priests endeavored to force him to become a Catholic and compelled him to kiss tho crucifix. . ZULULAND. r" London, Sept. 19. A battle in resulted in tho defeat, with g...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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