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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 September 1883

u J ' 'i . , ' tpi''W$,' " ,,s,?ff' " " :fJ' tv'z tT. PH " ' ' '- v . !kT3 ST . ' j f 7 i BAIL EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 258., MAYSVILLE, KY., FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1383. PBIOE ONECESfT., T FOE sale. A POISONING CASE. WE Buleudld farm of Lewi F. Hrrtolro npnr Mlnnrvn. nud on thO DoVer nmi MinArvnTiininlko. coutainlntt 22314 acres An elegant brick dwelling, two good tenant houses, two of tho fluet tobneco bains In riason county good stables, orchards, nnU nn abundance of water, and tdonty of fliio land. Apply to GARRETT S. WALL, sepSd&wtm Muyaylllo, Ky. Commissioner- Notioo. 1 Dr. M. Smith's AdmlutRtiatrlx, vh. r . 15 per cent, dividend. Dr. M. Smith's Heirs Ac. Tho creditors qf Dr. M. Smith, deceased, w I tiilto notice tlmCa dividend of 15 per cent, will be paid thoni on their claims us allowed by court, by calling "Pon s WaLLi s8d&w2w MaRtor Cominlsslouor M. C 0. 1l ( I11S Mt m"fok, ' Third St.,opposlto Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just received a...

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. — 21 September 1883

.: WPWWiTO -. . MtTfW1 hfwwi ffiymW'T - i i V rtfrn I'S! ,M r" ',?(.. - ' l;.s.&" .J. v j ' - '. ?. iT'f I; i. ttmmmmmmmmm f HEt DAILY BtTtitifef IN. 'FRIDAY EVE., SEPT. 21, 1883'. irritA nhnif a tiintiiAH ranpAuanta Mia ftlrtliQ 'ttofWSMcft WftiK ftftlie daily JlqiAETisr. Arivertlsors are Invited IO efill Ik, ana assure uiemseive or m num ... - statement, ana tney are rcqurairuiu ". mind that our m os for advertising are th C Hemp In Lexington la quoted at $o nna ! I. $5.25 por cwt. fc JT,vo now cases of yellow tevor nri re ported ut :. . Hkxinqton has a now National bank with a capital of 3100,000. TnE organization pf a, new racing elation is contemplated at Lexington. Iihpdo Islntid and Iielawars together are smaller than the- Yellowstone Park. i T . . JOdo W. M. BucKSEif, of Winchester, it issaid, will be a candidate lor Congress. It is proposed to raise the.. salary of Philadelphia's 'Mayor from $5,000 to $10,- 000 a year. i The Virginia clerks in tho executive departments ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 September 1883

m. .- THE DAILY BULLETIN. ..'.invi.frv1, '':,' '::.:,, "; y.rf : V ' l 4 . T ,l '. . V rr. BOSSES & MoOABTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom ADDKHaAu.JoMMupipATioNs TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. I. O. O. Mrs.. Judith Culvert Land for Rale. I AK the City Boa veil ger Aid, working with my snout; On Market fake tho ghrbago lu, On Second dump It out. . Then In tho wallows on the street, I roll and take.ray Case, And as I am n licensed net, I dojust what I pleaso. Tho Wcftther Frosts Tomorrovr. Tho following dispatch was received this morning at ton o'clock : Washington, D. C, Sept. 21, 1883. Clearing, colder weather, and frosts are Indicated for tho lake regions and tbeuco southward to Tonne ec on Saturday. Hazen, Chief Signal Ofnier. An invasion of tho second story of residences by hogs is not an uncommon occurrence in this city. Attention is directed to tho advertisement of a game of baseball between tho Maysviq club, and a nine from Dayton, Kvj Tho advertisement announces that tW...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 September 1883

l l tt v, t V A ' X CONDENSED EWS. At Lampazni. Mckico; on Tuesday, two persons were killed by lightning. Secretary Folger has called 515,000,000 r of tlio T bonds. Thomas Roach, a desperate and notorious thief, has been arrested al St. Louis. The lumbor manufacturers of Texas and Louisiana have orgauued a protective association. Tho reunion of the society of United States Military Telegraph Corps began at Chicago Wednesday. Tho board of the Presbyterian General Assembly for Aid and Education is in an-i nual convention at Chicago. "Mrs. J. S. Merrill, wife of the proprietor of tho Merrill IIouso, Luther, Mich., suicided with morphine, on account of domestic difficulties. Tho final decision of tho Secretaries of "War and tho Navy is that it is not practicable to send Another expedition to tho relief of Greeley this year. On Tuesday, ShorifF Stephens, of Jack- eon county, Ark., while pursuing horse-thieves into Dunklin county, was seriously shot while disarming thoin. Tho Secretary of...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 22 September 1883

'i V -a "vc ." i .f . : DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 259. MAYSVILLE, ICY., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 18815. PRICE ONE CENT. WOJEl SALE. rpH B splendid farm of Lewis P. J. Brooks, near Mlnorvn, and on the Dover ami .Minerva Turnpike, contaiulng 223$ ncrea An elegant brick dwelling, two good tenant bouses, two of the finest tobacco barns In Mason county, good stables, orchards, and an abundance of water, and ulenty of fine tobacco land. Apply to OARKETT S. WALL, Bop8d&wlin Mnysylllo, Ky. Commissioner's Notioo. Dr. M. Smith's Administratrix, vs. 15 per cent, dividend. Dr. M. Smith's Heirs Ac. , The creditors of Dr. M. Smith, deceased, w 11 tnko notice that a dividend of 15 percent, will be paid them on their claims as allowed by cour:, calling nponviRKrm WaLL s$d&w2w Master Commissioner M. C. O. m, J. Moitroito, Third St opposlto Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just jecolved and prices VERY LOV.Bouueis and Hats mnde over lu the latest styles. PAJFTING! ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 22 September 1883

jA.IV V' "i r i C 'THE daily bulletin. " SATURDAY EVE., SEPT. 22, 1883. r B" V, . ...i.A. rniipnooiitt Mm nlrculn ok ot " U.o'daii.y' an dWHav tion.eacu w nrt,KTiM. Advertisers are invited to call the truth ot tho U.emselves oi nnd assuro Btatemeut" n d they tiro requested to l.oar In fflSlttmtourraeatorwlvorttalnK are tho lowest. TO WHOM IT MAY CWVCEKN. Tho attention of manufacturers about moving their locution anil of those who are to establish themselves Is called td the city of Mnysvlllo which offers tho following advantages : Low taxes. Good water power at low rates. Cheap living which Insures labor at reasonable wanes. , Timber, Iron and coil near at hand aud at reasouablo prices. Accoss to the great marketsjol thelcouutry by rail aud river. An attractive and healthful place of residence, with cheap rents, chuiches uud good public schools. For all further Information desired address Tub Bulletin. Alexandkh Mackkszie predicts that Canada will soon return to free trade. The Repu...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 22 September 1883

' ... - . r."1 r wr v- , 1 Mreft? f" " & 7"" fft. , V-' ' i u I s .-I;" ', S .-M- 1: ). VI k nilii lit "1111 ( THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVE., 8EPX. 22 1883 BOSSES, & MoOABTHY, Publishers arA Proprietors, To "WUom Addbs3 All Communications TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. Knitting Company Nollco to omployes. csNrvWTyiss 'Said young Adam Gray To the maid by his side : Dear Nejl, 1 love nono but yon j Will you como bo my Initio?' And tho swoot girl replied : ' I don't care, Adam, If I do.' " Mu. Horace January, who hns most acceptably filled the position of mayor, is a candidate for TC-election. "Rick" Thomas was shot and slightly wounded at Paris Inst night by Tom Bashford. Dori'T forgot the buso ball gaino at tho fair grounds, to-morrow evening. Tho gamo will bo called at half past two. Ladies admitted free. . Mrs. Anna Maria Byers, mother of James Byors, deceased, formerly of this city died at the residence of her son-in-law Mr. Frank Watkins, at Opolika, 'Ala., at tho ago of ei...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 22 September 1883

v it &v "MP' jiy1"'' '"'FYP." l.f .v i, 52? -' 2"''' r w -ff-l ( v ' VS 3 1 t ; -W. . , M l'V V ' tri 1 MYSTERIOUS CASE. A. Mnn Shot By an tnknnwH Enemy'. tE Soto, Io.f Sept 21. Thomas Davis was shot by an unknown person while he was on South Main streot, in the vicinitv of Dr. 'Kearney's offiot. Nitrht Watch". !, man Bell heard his cries of murder tuid t i - 1.1 !-. T..! i..r 1 "v went wi ma iisMiaiHiiuc. .uiivia iuui auincu f towards home and was found by the officer . nearjy two blocks north of wliero he claims the shooting occurred. lie was taken to his homo and was attended to by Doctors W. H. Farrar' and P. G. Kennett, who pronounce his wounds as dangerous cand possibly fatal. Davis names the party who did the shooting, but he may be 'mistaken, as the party claims to be ablo to ryovo an alibi. Dafe was fornmlly City Marshal here. The party who he claimed did the shooting surrendered himself to the authorities. ' ' Serlonn Shooting AlFrny. Ai.buo.uerque, N. M., Sept. 21. C....

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 24 September 1883

wwrmm w ":-mm TW7m . 'i '' .?M. 7," .iS " v V if.' " t W 4 A DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. r;i VOL. 2 NO. 200. MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1883. PKICE ONE CEN'ft Tt FOB SALE. rpHE Riilemltd farm of LowN F. JL HrooKB, near Mlnorvti, nud on tho Dover nud Minerva Turnpike. coutalnlng223Jncies An olcgnnt brick dwelling, two good tenant houses, two of tho finest tobncco barns In Mason county, good stables, orchards, nud nn abundaiico of wnter, and iilonty of lino land. Apply toOARRETT B.WALL, sep8d&wlm Maysyllle, Ky. OominiHsionor'H Notioo. Dr. M. Smith's Administratrix, vs. 15 per cent, dividend. Dr. M. Smith's Heirs &c. The cmlltois of Dr. M. Smith, deceived, will take notice that n dividend of 15 per cent, will bo paid them on their claims as allowed by cour:, by culling upon vRBm a s8d&w2w Master Commissioner M. U. 0. vrnS. 31, J. 3IOFOKl, Third St., opposite Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOriC Jut lerolvcd and prices VEKY LOW. Runnels and Hals made ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 24 September 1883

.r , pnr - ;i.. T "- r. 'i 4 o .. t -J W 1, t -S.. M '" '.o 7'' 1 f ' fc'." 'J , s. b' II ,i " I- ) - .. '" pTHE PAILY J1UL1XJ.N. irhttnAY EVENING. SEPT. 24, 1883. - pp-, --- , ThoabOTO number represents the circulation, each week of the Dailt and Wmsklt BUMiKTIK. Advortlsors are Invited to call and assure tUemsolve ot the truth of the BUteraont, uud they are requested to hoar In mind that our ra es Tor advertising aro th lowest. OUR following persons aratuooutfrorfzwl agents fertile Daily Dci, letin nt the places named, Contracts for subscription or advertising may bo made with them: W. Suit. shannon Wm. Clary. T. Horry. JlINKitVA V. H. Hawes. Mt. Myers. Helkna. R. M. Harrison. MAY8MCK J. A. Jnoksou. OKANOKUOna R. P. Tolle. Mt. S. Iilgglns. TtJCKAHOE. W. L. HoltOll. ToiiLEsnouo R. L. Gillespie. SLACK'S P. O. M. V. Moran. ELlZAViMiE. W. H. Stewart. Gekmantown Rlgdon & Uro. FAnnow's T. Farrow. Mt. Oaumkl T. A. Henderson. Fkiw Leaf Harry Durgoyne Mukpiiy8Vim.k. W. T. Tomlln. Foast...

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 September 1883

r -v i W,' ev i? A' wwwxr "n&.rvwx ,7' ST r.' ' .. V ,V T.1 ' " ' .V JU .nr ..-,., n Ti - - t'J.. -y i, j . ( ' r - -J -I'. ' L ' i J "' p t fj .1 THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 24, 1883 EOBSEE & MoOABTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To WnoK Adduess Am. Comuunications TO-DAY'S 1DYEETISE3IENTS. J. F. Ryn Electro plating. J. Brenner Dye honse. J. Jamos Wood Nit ro. .1. 0. Ayer & Co. Medicines W. C. Kchols and othors Card, giBF The man who Judged tba baby show, Hare paekod their household gooda, Mado their will and In dtpalr, Have taken to the woods. ' Their cour&go all ha trickled ont And they their manhood stnothor ; They'd rather faoo a cannon's month Than meet an agry mother. TnH mon who acted as judges at tho baby show hvo taken to tho woods. A light swell it reported in tho Kanawha river, while tho Ohio is rising at Huntington. Tnn noxt boom on the docket for Maysville is the fall trade and it is going to be a good one. It is estimated that not less tha...

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 September 1883

tf 32?. i ' .VV '" Vf . v5 K v- tr ?'. 'ri.. -1 ,? - "-? - .1, 1 BABN BTJSNERS. 'Ttiu ItavafcM Tlmy are Making: iu Coutrnl Now "Yorli. Xocxroivr, N. Y., Sept. 22.There is almost a reign of terror among Niagara county farmers on account of tho operations of an apparently thoroughly organized baud of Hardly a night passes that ouo or two largo fires aro not to bo seen in tho country around this city, and the following morning the lamcntablo news comes in Ihat some prominent farmer has, had his barn, stock, agricultural implements and sometimes liyo stock destroyed by tho flames. Tho causo of tho fires is unknown. Iu many eases the entire product of years of labor aro swept away in an hour or two. Many farmers, who have suspicion of xieignbors in connection witii the dastardly deed:?, fear to utter a word, us they know not what will occur next In most cases tho insurance is small, and certainly forbids tho thought of owners starting the fires. Charles Wynkoop, a praminent farmer three ...

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 September 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. iA T VOL. 2 NO. 2G1. MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1883. tRICE ONE CENT. JPOTl SAX,IE. rnllE BplomlldbluBrns fnrm of Lewis F. JL Iiroolts, near Mluorvn, nnd on tho Uovor and Mlnorva Turnpike, containing 223$ acres An olegnnl brick dwelling, two good tenant houses, two of the fluost tobacco barns In Ilasou county, good stables, orchards, nnd nn nbundnnco of wnter, nndjdoiity of flno imwi. a mil v in O ABRETTB. WALL. sep8d&wlm MUJOIIUU, iVJ. CommiBffionoV'H Notioo. Dr. M. Smith's Administratrix, vs. J. 15 per cent, dividend. Dr. M. Smith's Heirs fcc. Tho creditors o( Dr. M. Smith, decensod, will tnko notice thnt a dividend of 15 per cent, will bo paid them on their claims as allowed by court, by culling Porrbtt & w s8d&w2w Master Commissioner M. C. 0. its. M, J. Mouroiii), M Third St., opposite Christian Chuich. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just received and prices VERY LOW. Bonnets aud Huts made over hi the latest styles. &2.tul ...

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 September 1883

V U vn ' ? '"vlTCtS " ' to . ' V, rf ,r j Jrt ' "..' ,-H J "tub daily bulletin. TUESDAY EVENING, SEPT. 25, 1833, mr L l r P 7,3 Th'onboT number represents tho circulation, ouch week of the daily and Wkbkt BU.ktii. Advertisers aro invited to coll and themselves of the truth of tho statement, ud they nro rcquestod to honr lu mind that our ro for Advertising aro th lOWCfit, OUR followiug persons aro tho Authorized agonts for the Daily Bui. liKTiN at tho places named. Contracts for subscription or advertising may bo mado with them : Shannon Wm. Clary. IiEWisnona V. T. Berry. Minkuva W. H. Huwes. Mt. Olivet Peter Myers. Helena. R. M. ilarrlson. A Jackson. P. Tolle. Mt. Gilead J. S. Higglus. TCCKAHOK. W. L. IloltOU. ToLLESnono R, L. Gillespie. Slaok'8 P. O. M. V. Momn. Elizavillb. W. H. Stewart. GismiANTOWN Rlgdou fc Bro. FAKROW's Stoke S. T. Farrow. Mt. Carmkl T. A. Henderson. Fkrn Leaf Harry Burgpyuo MURPHYSVILLK. W. T. TomllH. Gorman's springs. J M. Hawley. Washington Miss Anna Thomns....

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 September 1883

4 !- ,. THE DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY EVENING, SEPT. 25, 1883 ' BOSSER & MoOABTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Addrks3 Am. Communications TO-DAY'S ADVE11TISEMENTS. B. A. Walllngford Second-hand brick for sale. In any movement thut yon ?f o Aflectlng public w Go to work nnd llko nan Put your shoulder to tut wheel, That Is the year that yat shall como It may bo "written down, He was a man of entarprlso And helped to build the town. Tns contract for building forty miles of tbo tolopbono lino will bo mtulo in a fow days. Rev. T. J. Crisp will prcacb in tbo Bap tist churcb on Thursday evening at 7:30. All are invited. Messkb. Windhorst & Blum bave just received a fine assortment of cloths suitable for overcoats. Tbeao fabrics nro of superior quality and of tbo latest styles. Mb. 0. T. Mausii, grower of tbo col hrated watermelons, yestorday Bold tbreo hundred of them to go to Ripley. Ho sold during the past week about two hundred a day. Street car tickets for the use of chil...

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 September 1883

IK.. 'J. V i'sra. ''' i&..j. TEFl v - ! us W- ) CONDENSED NEWS. nhco Victor Napoleon liu3 applied foi riod in tho Swxdh army. E. Barnard, ft salt-fish denier al ficao, has boon appointed tea inspector . ft V1 ' - - n rt M kJVfcJ.Wt In tbo Woodwanl shaft at Kingston, Pa.t tr wen wore drowivod br tho fall of a itfonn, , ,Rov. Dr. E. P. Hatfield, who wna mod- uor ct the last ivesoyterian oasiiut in Now York. letnrns from all bat two procints in Oholr rvrvft of Indian Territory Jw tho election of SneieliOO as chief, tin bgreaaivo clement suffering defeat Kfho confidential attendant of tho heii k'll.n ll,M.n rtf Turl-.if foil HIKIIT ... auiutntuuu o.u.w - cion and was secretly exiled to uw in- tior. STlie War Department will not nerai Biicrman's scnetno to exunungu 'carrison nt Vancouver barracks nud etroit, on account of tho expense. fcColonel R. S. Strader, a leading horse-fen of Lexington, Kentucky, had an with a colored employe, killing him ith a shot gun. I'A referee in South Ca...

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. — 26 September 1883

EM.IBY ETENING BULLETIN VOL. 2 NO. 2G2. MAYSVILLE, KY., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. FOR SALE. 1HE Bpleutlld blue-Krasa farm of LowU V. T nmnW near Mlnorva. and on tho Dover mill Mln nrvn Till'll nlko. COtltUI tllUK 'ilSH tides An elcgnut brlclc dwclllus, two good tenant houses, two of tho lltiet tobacco barns In Mason county, cood tables, orchards, nnd on abundanco of wator, nud ulenty of flue tobacco laud. Apply tOOARIrk WALL, sep8d&wlm Maysvllle, Ky. iLritsrM, J. momtokw, Third St., opposite Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just rccolvcd and prices VERY LOW. HonuwlH and Huts miide over lu the latest sly lux. iw.uu PAINTING! prepared to paint BurrIcs nnd Furniture Jam of nil kinds on nioie reasonable terms tlinti nny other painter in tho city will oner. I gimiantee my work to be fhst cluss. Lenve orders nt Ball, Mitchell ACo.'s. eeUGGIUi I'AIM'W) I'Oll JyldSin C. II. DEAL. THK lI.AT.TO GET CHEAP BED-ROOM SUITS IS AT GEORGE ORl.)Jr.si mch31...

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. — 26 September 1883

' ; $' 's Wh I ' ? 4 THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEPNESDA,Y EVE,, SEtT. IW, 1883, ' Thaabov nnmhtr rprnU in olreol tion, fwU week of th Daim nd Wbmlt UuiiiiBTiH. AiWurtWOM are inrlud o call' and niwuro UieuuwlYiw of lb truth of tb statement, ndll)fy jju requMted to bar In mind Unit our ru ea Tor Advrtllnu arc th lovrwt. 32 TO WHOM IT MAT C03i(JKU5. Tlio nttentlon of manufacturers about their location and of thosa who nr seeking it placalu whloh to establish themo'.ye Is culled to th olty of Maysville whloh offtra llio following advantages: Low tuxes. Good water power at low rates. Cheap living which lnauros labor at wacea. Timber, Iron and coal uoar at hand and at ronBOunble prices. Access to tho great markets ol the country by rail and river. An attractive and healthful placo of residence, with cheap rents, churches and good public Hdiools. For all further Information desired address Thk Bulletin. The Daniel Webster monument at Mnrshfleld, Muss., has been defaced by vandals. A friendly sol...

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. — 26 September 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY JiV&f &BXTJH, 18&3. B0B8EB & XoOABTHY, Publisher! To Wnou Addbws Asa ComnnaaiTioira AbVEtlTI8EliE"d., Found A WAKihalti. btm shatn. lost. Wnnted To borrow money. Found Bnnoh of keys. Fonnd Ladjr'e KOftiner.c1oak. F. II. Travel J"resu'ojsHm. . M. K. Mrsh Announcement. R. M. oj sirs. Sfubxd tho tidings thronch the town, Qo apread II ftvorywhsru, That all the Uftyevllle kids may ride Ad (or a fare. Tim river at this place in fwven inulies lower than it wat io 1881. "What next, do yon ask? Why, our booming fall trade, of course. Tim rivr is reported to be rieing slowly nt Huntington and Catlettsburg. e Ovstrrs of tho beat quality aro now abundant in Maysville, and are sold at a reasonable price. A BounnoN county farmer is feeding potatoes to his hogs and eaya they are cheapor than corn. m A PAVoniTE wallow is just in front of tho dork's office yard where five fat hogs take their daily siesta. of tho girls who pass our window wear tho ''Jerse...

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. — 26 September 1883

" A. TERRIBLE DEED. Another Boso Amblor Caso in Western Indiana. An I.iglin Toor Old Girl Ilrutnlly OatrugtHt xuxl Jlnrtloroil I'onnd In n Lonely Jonntry Uotuia Willi Tliroivt Out From Ear to to Ho Uio Work or Two Trnuip mho CriiuuM aud Casual tics. LATAYinTK, Ind., Sept. 25 The eighteen-year-old da-lighter of & Atkinson, one and a half miles south o Oxford, wns found murdered nt 4 o'clock Tuosdny afternoon nt lier home. Tha family wore ubsont leaving her aluno. Her throat wad cut, from ear to ear in a most horrible manner, and thero were cuts and bruises on her head and body. She had been outraged and murdered, and it is supposed to have been done by two tramps who started in the direction of Lafayette. Ollicorsi here are on the lookout for them. CItUSlIHD HIS SKULL W1TU A CLUB. Rocky Mountain, N. C, Sept. 25. Richard Wiithon and Tim Edwards, both colored, vruro playing cards at Kason's Cross llo.vta, near here, when they got into a dispute, but not an angry one. Henderson Park...

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