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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 18 July 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN VOLUME VII. MAYSVEDLE, KY.f WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1888. NUMBER 804. ! It the most agreeable and effective remedy w ever produced for the HI ariting from xf a weak or inactive condition ofthe KIDNEYS, LIVER, STOMACH & BOWELS, and U PERFECTLY 8AFE in all cam, and therefor THE BEST of family Remcdiet. Minnfactared only by the CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO. or IAN rnnHciscu. CAL. louiiviuc, HEW YORK. H. Y. For mIs by all drnjtritts. msm UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED! I Pfr 9H fli LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COHPAUT Incorporated by the Legislature In 1868, for educational and charitable purposes, and Us franchise made a part of the present State Constitution, In 1870, by an overwhelming popular vote. KVlts Grand Extraordinary Drawings take place semi-annually, (June and December), and Its Mingle Number Drawings take place on each of the other ten months In the year, and are all drawn In public, at the Academy of Music, New Orleans, La. " We do hereby ...

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. — 18 July 1888

"W i. f. 1 , K, . r I DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. ROSGER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, JULY 18, 1888. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Kor President, GHOVER CLEVELAND, of Now York. For Vlco Pres'dent, ALLAN G. THURMAN, of Ohio. AUGUST ELECTION, 18S8. For Sheriff, JOIIN Vf. ALEXANDER. The Race for Sheriff. Tlie date of the August olection is fast drawing near, and it behooves every Democaat to make up his mind at onco to turn out on that day and vote for his party's nominee for Sheriff. The office of Sheriff is the only one to be filled, outside of a few vacancies for Justice of tho Peace. The Republicans did not manifest much intention to oppoao the election of Mr. John W. Alexander until within the past week, but they havo changed their minds and havo endorsed Mr. Thomas Forman, of the Washington neighbor hood. Mr. Forman is their candidate, and has entered tho field in earnest, and Democrats must not remain away from tho polls under the impression that their n...

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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. — 18 July 1888

I DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, JULY 18, 1888. Indications " Warmer, rain, followed to-nighthy cooler, fair weather. Burnett's extracts Calhoun's. A " Oommerco " Party. I Paul Pchell, a colored man of Ripley, In honor of her giieata, Miss Force, of has sued John Thompson, the City JMar Covington, and Miss Lucy Wadsworth, slml of that plae. for $10,000 damages of Lexington, Hiss Annie Whitakor en- for mnlicious prosecution. Thompson tertained a few of her friends last oven- had searched the fellow's house for stolen inn at the home of her parents near this goods. city, at a "commerce" party. Regular meeting of the Bandana Club to-night. A full assortment of fresh groceries at Hancock's, cheap. m m Hiram Jacobs was severely injured Monday by falling from the depot at "South Riploy." Jane Coleman, an old negro woman, was gored to death by a ferocious bull in Bourbon County. .. .p i .-I Rev. J. It. Peebles, Presiding ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 18 July 1888

V WATCHED WITH INTEREST THE OUTCOME OF THE EXCHANGE OF IMPERIAL COURTESIES. Th Idea of the Visit Said to IIhto Origi nated In Berlin King Mvrnnga, of th Uganda Country, Fears the English Will Fanish niru for Murder Foreign. London, July 18. Continental Europe Is now waiting with a proper amount of rever ence and with an absorbing curiosity for the accomplishment of the royal visit at St Petersburg. Perhaps no country on the continent, not excepting Germany, is as anxious over the event, or has more reason to be interested in the outcome of the exchange of the imperial courtesies as Franco. From the tone of the French press, rathor than from actual expression of opinion con cerning the visit, it is not hard to see tho un easiness felt by the country which longs for a union with Russia, and looks with distrust upon the friendly call of an enemy upon a desired ally. Heal opinion in tho matter is divided. Austria feels that she bis reason to view with alarm any alliance between Gormany ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 19 July 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN VOLUME VII. MATSVUiLE, KY THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1888. NUMBER 305. 'M M tim 'J i Jjlp ?i JtluGSl , sk. J ffte most agreeable and effective remedy ever produced for the ills arising from atccak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER, STOMACH & BOWELS, audit PERFECTL Y SA FE in oJX cases, and therefore TUE BEST of Family Remedies. M&nnf&ctared only by the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. or saii mticiico, cal. louiiviile, ky. NEW YORK. H. Y, For sals by all druggisti. UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION! OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED I THE ANARCHISTS. THEY SEEK TO AVENGE TH" DEATH OF THIER BRETHREN HY THE WHOIJ5SAI.E USE OF DYNA MITE rw cuioaoo. J& fSS f? 2psnEtt.iP'li LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY Incorporated by tbe Legislature in 1868, for educational anil charitable purposes, and Its franchises made a part of the present State Constitution, In 1870, by an overwhelming popular vote. Ils Grand Extraordinary Drawings take place semi-annually, (June and December), an...

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. — 19 July 1888

&!. W 1 DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. ROSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. THURSDAY EVEN'G, JULY 19, 1888. Clark County Democrats have instruc ted for lion. Tom Stewnrt,of Winchester, for Congress in the Tenth district. i Joiix W. Aluxakdkr was nominated for Shorifl without a dissenting voice, and is entitled, to every Democratic vote in Mason County. Democrats, remember that a decreased majority in August will make the fight in November all the harder. Don't fail to vote August 6th. A prominent Michigan politician says his State will give Cleveland and Thur nian 10,000 majority. The Democrats will bo satisfied with much less than that. m ' Indiana Republicans admit that State is Democratic by 8,000 majority, but that will not throw the Democrats off their guard. They will make the majority 10, 000 this time. Hon. G. R. Keller, Democratic candi date for Congress, passed through town this morning on his way to Sracken County. He enjoys the reputation of being a " h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 19 July 1888

Bff,LU' 'T-Swgy"''11'' -i' -i-"----' r'f.i, ?" irj..jf 7 -j',t rtS""- I p DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. THURSDAY EVEN'G, JULY ID, 1883. Indications "Local rains; slightly cool er, followad this afternoon by fair weather; stationary temperature." Burnett's extracts Calhoun's. Brown County, Ouio, hnB 9,812 school children. County Court at Flemingsburg next Monday. A Democratic club has been organized at Carlisle. - I ! The Sharpsburg fair will commence August 7th. Flehing8I)Uro Republicans have or ganized a club. Dr. Stitt, of Millersburg, is again dangerously ill. Tiin July term of the Circuit Court ended yesterday. Dr. H. K. Adamson went to Cincin nati last evening. Mr. James 0. Owens has returned from a trip to Kansas. A full assortment of fresh groceries at Hancock's, cheap. D. H. Ortii, of Lafayette, Ind., is at the St. Charles Hotel. m r ... - There will be an apple-eating match at the Ripley fair this year. o Ex-pobtmaster W. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 19 July 1888

WILLIAM AND HIS MOTHER AN INCIDENT IN THE LIFE OF EM PEROR NAPOLEON Vividly Recalled by nn Offlolnl of the Prus sian Horueliold History Sometime Ite pent Itself Editors Horlng Hard Time In Mexloo Foreign Note. Berlin, July 19. The halo of glory in which the young emperor left his native shores on his journey to St Petersburg to greet his illustrious oo-monorch, the em peror of Russia, a few days ago, has suffered somewhat of an eclipse, in view of the sor rowing condition in which he has left his widowed mother. An oialted official of the Prussian house hold, '.in commenting on tbo imperial ex cursion, or "flight," as he described it, said that it recalled to hb mind an incident that occurred in tho life of the Emperor Napoleon when the great conqueror was in the renith of his fortunes. "One day," obsaived the councillor, "it is recorded that Napoleon was walking in the gardens of tho Tuillerles and his mother was among those by whom he was surrounded aud accompanied. He half playfu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 20 July 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME Til. MATSVILLE, KY FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1888. NUMBER 206. Jefffiss e most agreeable and effective remedv ever proaucca jot ine uu aruingjrom axceak or inactive condition of the trmucvo i ticD STOMACH &BOWELSM ana u rt.arx.viux a Art, m au cotes, and therefore TUE BEST oj Family Remedies. Manufactured only by the CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO. or SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. lOUIIVILLE, KY. HEW YORK. N. Y. For wle by all dmati. SS53 UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION! OVEft&MjLLION1 DISTRIBUTED I IdiB B i ' if sy jMLM I LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPAQ! Incorporated by the Legislature In 1868, for educational and charitable purposes, and lis KfflWnUrby1 aTovelXlSfnt popular vote. ' wits urana .tixiraoruinarv urnwings laxa place semi-annually, (June aud December), and its Wlnele Number Drawings take place on each of the other ton months In the year, and are all drawn In public, at the Academy ol Music, New Orleans, La.' " We (to hereby certify thai we supervise In tsrranaements ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 20 July 1888

"?p . .-. if. -v-rKfQW;'7,r4 ' WfT"; l&? I' V w si ' DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. FRIDAY EVEN'G, JULY 20, 1888. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Piesldeut, UKOVER CLEVELAND, of New York. For Vice Pres'dent, ALLAN G. TIIURMAN, of Ohio. AUGUST ELECTION, 18S8. For SherlO, JOHN W. ALEXANDER. ANNOUNCEMENT. To the Democrats of the Winth Congressional District: 1 beg leave to submit to you my name In connection with the Domocrulla nomination lor Congress from thlsdlsUlct. I have no claims to urge over those of any other truo Democrat, and mnlto my announce mont with some degree of timidity. I hope to make the primary contest In such a man tier as not to create dlm.ensloi or division in the ranks of the party, nnd, whether I lose or win the nomination, i propose to rotnalu the snmo uuHliichlue Democrnt I have always been. Respectfully, G. It. KELLAR. Carlisle, Ky., July 17, 18S8. Mason County will bnvo a faithful nnd efficient Sheriff in the pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 20 July 1888

i i&. t. DAILY EYENING BULLETIN, DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. ROSSER & MCCARTHY, Proprietors. JFRIDAY EVEN'G, JULY 20 1888. Indications "Fair, slightly warmer.1 Burnett's extracts Calhoun's. THAT MT. GILEAD ELOPEMENT. LOOAL TIME OARD. Marshal Hoflln on tho Trail Oouplo Reward Offered the Runaways. of' the for. Information as to the Running Trains Over tho Maysvillo and Big Sandy Railro.id. of Notice, Oanton Maysvillo. Every member of Canton Mnysvillc. No. 2 must be on hand this evening. Joiix 0. Ad.vmsjn, Captain. fv, I Jacob Odtten's only horse died yester day. .. . i Selling shoes and hats at cost A. M. Rogers. t20 Mr. T. 0. Campbell is at Muncio, Ind., on business. A full assortment of fresh groceries at Hancock's, cheap. Mr. J. B. Fristoe, of Pleasant Valley, was in town this morning. i Attention is called to the advertise ment of Mr. Waldo Hamilton in this issue. The court room meetings. Bandana Club has secured tho as a place lor its luture The Enquirer notes "D. 0. Ross of M...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 20 July 1888

THE SLAVES OF THE MAHDI EXPLORER STANLEY ORGANIZING AN ARMY TO FREE THEM. A11 Europeans at Khartoum Under the Toke Such Is the Report! of Pilgrim t Suaklm France Interested In the .Em peror' VU It to the Czar Notes. London, July 20. A dispatch to the Times says parties of Fakruri pilgrims jour neying to Mecca arrived at Suakim on Tuesday. They declared that while passing through Darfour they heard that a large force of foreigners and others, not natives of the Soudan, headed by an English pasha, were in the marshes of the Bahr-el JhazeL The Darfour tribes were friendly, a ad were arranging with the strangers an attack upon the mahdL Tho news-is in perfect harmony with the ambition of Stanley, who so long ago urged upon the English people the duty which rested upon them of freeing the Europeans now slaves of mnhdi, and of putting an end to tho slave trade of central Africa. The Europeans at Khartoum are slaves of tho raahdi. The sisters of charity and mission aries are permitted to e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 21 July 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSVILIiE, KY SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1888. NUMBER 207. ) rcsi 1 VtlK 1 IPS , 1 THE CONSPIRACY CASES. Is the most agreeable and effective remedy ever produced for the ills arising from a weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER, STOMACH & BOWELS, and is PERFECTLY SAFE in all cases, and therefore THE BEST of Family Remedies. Manufactured only by the CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO. or SAN rRANCIICO. CAt. LOUISVILIC, KY, HEW YORK. H. Y. For Bale by all druggist. SS5 UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED! H Lbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb7 MHTIHCva I VBl -H wtRSB LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY Incorporated by the Legislature In 1868, for educational and charitable purposes, and its franchise) made a part of the present State Constitution, In 1879, by an overwhelming popular vote. twits Grand Extraordinary Drawings take place semi-annually, (June and December), and its Single Number Drawings take place on each of the other ten months In tho year, and ...

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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. — 21 July 1888

& .! r . i ff. I A, r Our LIQUIDATION SALE Has been and is yet the leading- feature in Maysville's Clothing1 trade. You frequently read advertisements of closing-out sales of odds and ends; OTJKS is of an entire different character at least $75,000 worth of First-Class Tailor-Made Clothing thrown on the market without reserve, all to be sold by the 15th of August to close up our present business. Gentlemen, you never had such a chance to buy GOOD Clothing at the prices we sell them at. We want everybody to take advantage of this- sale. The goods must be sold, and we want you to get the benefit of our necessity to close out the stock by the above mentioned time. Eespectfully, ODDFELLOWS' HALL, MAYSVILLE, KY. imowMifu njwJUjjmKaHcruraurT PitBJI I WlTftMB DAILY EVEXHS BULLETIN. BAIL Y, EXCEPT SUNDA Y. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. SATURDAY EVEN'G, JULY 21, 18S8. GIVE US TARIFF REFORM. Hon.W. O.P.Breckinridge Tells How Free Raw Hides Has Bene fited the American. Laborer. In th...

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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. — 21 July 1888

LOUIS ZECH & GO.$ 1 0.00 WILL NOW BUY ANY SUIT OF CLOTHES ON OUR FIRST FLOOR! Remember this sale is for a few days only, and we reserve nothing. Many of these Suits are worth $20.00, $18.00, $17.00, $15.00 and $12.00, but for a few days more you can get choice for 10.00. .jfrAitefcfr r.r7y7Z ' CD LOUIS ZECH & CO. Don't wait until it is too late, but come at once, while we have a good stock to select from. No such an opportunity has ever been offered before, and you will never have such a chance again. THE RED : CORNER : CLOTHING : HOUSE! DAEY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. SATURDAY EVEN'G, JULY 21. 1888. Indications "Fair, warmer." Burnett's extracts Calhoun's. A full assortment of fresh groceries at Hancock's, cheap. m m i i in Basil B. Ait-legate, of Tolleaboro, waB Rranted a pension Thursday. There was one addition to the Chris tian Church Thursday night, by confes sion and baptism. Mrs. L. V. Davis has removed her millinery st...

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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. — 21 July 1888

rsr r57J5 NATALIE AND THE GAULS, FRENCH PAPERS CRITICISE THE GER MAN GOVERNMENT For Their Treatment of tbo Servian Queen. 'William's Treatment of Ills Mother Re ferred To The Chinese In New South Wales Other Foreign News Notes. London, July 31. The French news papers are making themselves particularity disagreeable just at present to the Gorman gorernment and to the Germans in general by their severe criticisms of the latter'g conduct towards Queen Natallo, who is at present a visitor in Paris. The harsh man ner in which Prince Alexander was torn from the queen, and the peremptory way In which the latter's houso was entered by the German polioo are especially denounced, and the further dismissing her from the country is pronounced an ungallant and ungenerous action. "But how could we expect anything else," says one of these papers, "of our Teutonic neighbors? When one recalls the race of barbarians from which they came and the fact tbst that politeness to women is not a quality of t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 23 July 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSVILIiE, KV., MONDAY, JULY 23, 1888. NUMBER 808. bksh . THE MILLS TARIFF BILL PASSE THE CONGRESSIONAL HOUSE BY A VOTE OF 102 TO 149. k) Ji tfte most agreeable and effective remedy iw .u pVTfijri miin im fiwuni imm a treat or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER, STOMACH & BOWELS, and U PERFECTLY SAFE in all easel, and therefore THE BEST oj Family Remedies. VA Wmnfictured only by the J CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO. or IAN rRAKCIICO. CAL. LBUIIYILLC, KY, HEW TORR, n. T. For tale by all drnxgiiti , I gacgrf Eft UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION! OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED I LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPACT Incorporated by the Legislature In 1868. for educational and charitable purposes, and its franchise made a part of the present State Constitution, In 1679, by an overwhelming popular vote. arils Grand Extraordinary Drawings take place semi-annually, (June and December), and Its Bingle Number Diawlngs take place on each of the other ten months in the year...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 23 July 1888

TT r-VT" t, .in rw T TTT?' "" "fT f V- --tv'-jt rrr--T-tr,Tl T ' vwfaw?mwfr' j n'wwpi ' w uv1 MftjftfiPflii m-' 'yynw " T fv f'Bll !'!, St jL Sk fc r r DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. MONDAY EVEN'G, JULY 23, 188S. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, GKOVEIt CLEVELAND, of New York. For Vice Pres'dent, ALLAN G. THUKMAN, of Ohio. AUGUST ELECTION, 18S8. For Bhoria, JOHN W. ALEXANDER. ANNOUNCEMENT. To the Democrats of the Ninth Congressional District: 1 beg leave to submit to you my name lu connection with the Democratic nomination lor Congress from thisdlstilct. I have no claims to urge ovor those of auy other true Democrat, nnd make my announce ment with some degree of timidity. I hope to make the prlmnry contest lu such a man ner as not to create distension or division lu the ranks of the party, and, whether I lose or win the nomination, 1 proposo to remain the Ksuno uufilnchliig Domocrat I have always been. Respectfully, U. R. KELLAR. C...

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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. — 23 July 1888

I Jh a DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. MONDAY EVEN'G, JULY 23 1883. Indications "Fair, stationary tempera ture followed to-night by cooler weather." Burnett's extracts Calhoun's. The Republican ciub at Ashland has 414 mombers. ' Houe-qkown cantaloupes have made their appearance, A full assortment of fresh groceries at Hancock's, cheap. General Underwood has mustered in a new Canton at Ashland. The crowd at High Bridge yesterday was the largest ever Been thero. J. L. Scott, a merchant at Lair, Har rison County, made an assignment Sat urday. The pamphlet edition of the Public Acts of tho last General Assembly has been issued. Mrs. L. V. Davis has removed her millinery store to room just west of Geo. Cox & Son's. j20(13t The track-layers on the now railroad reached a point opposite Higginsport Sat urday evening. Lieutenant Governor Bryan is un able to attend to his official duties on ac count of sickness. Wm. Paiton and Sarah Braun,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 23 July 1888

ii "r"y""rn-Jbr,i II AN AUSTRIAN STATESMAN TALKS CONCERNING THE RENEWAL OF THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE, TTlth England Substituted for A.uitrla lie 8ooR the Idea -Gladatone'a Ilmnurkn1)le Fhyilcal Strength Frederick's Opinion of the Pole Foreign Zfotea. London, July 38. The foreign press is full of reports of the mooting between th emperors of Germany and Russia. Dissatis faction is still expressed by some Vienna papers, and they regard it as a bad omen for the stability of the Austrian and German alliance. But the majority of the Austrian papers state that the interview will proba bly strengthen the hand of M. Do Giers, who is in favor of a pacific policy, and strongly adverse to the bellicose attitude of Panslau party. A leading Austrian statesman, in speaking of Lord Rudolph Churchill's proposal for a renewal of the triple- allianco with the substi tution of England for Austria, said: "Such a droim is of the most visionary and delusive nature. It could only be enter tained by a person una...

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