Newspaper Page Text
DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
THURSDAY EVE., DEO. 28, 1882.
9Tkums: The Evkniko Bulletin is published
dally, and served tree of postage at 0
cents per week; 25 cents per mouth; 75 cents
per three months ; $1.50 per six months, and $3
per year, payable in ad vnnco.
SOTTHE EVENING IIULLET1N HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO, THAN
AN Y 01 HER PAPER PUBLISHEDIN MAYS-VILLE.
Our A fronts.
This gives the secretary a chance to make
public the names of signers of the various
petitions and writers of numerous letters,
and as it became known that this was the
fact many who were willing to abuse the
governor for using the pardoning power
began to tremble at the idea of their names
being connected therewith. A large
of the senate had petitioned the
governor to pardon two men charged with
murder and that before trial too ; every
representative had written long letters,
tilled with falsehoods, or signed petitions
that represented anything but the facts;
judges and commonwealth's attorneys had
appealed for mercy for those they had
been paid to prosecute; prospective candidates
had begged for executive clemency
for men as guilty as guilty could be ;
everybody of any prominence had placed
themselves on record as petitioners "at
the throne of grace," but when it became
known that their names and letters were
to be published, they wilted and went
around eating humble pie. No one was
found to make a motion to have the re
port printed, but all were content to let
it lie on the clerk's desk without action.
And so it laid, andno one has a right to
read or publish it. It falls to the ground
without action, and if the public printer
prints it ho will lose his bill. Ho has as
much right to print the two or three hundred
bills that were left unfinished as he
has this report. So far as wo are concerned
we will be glad to see the report with all
accompanying petitions and lettetemade
public. It will make rich reading but lots
We do not, of course, wish bur remarks
relative to the claim of the late Hon. Samuel
McKeo for the expenses of hid contest
with the Hon. John D. Young, in
1807, to bo considered as implying in the
remotest manner any censure of Judge
Phister for presenting the petition of Mc-Kee
as to said matter. McKeo sent his
itemized account of said expenses, verified
by his affidavit, with his petition for its
allowance, to Judge Phister with a polite
requept that it be presented and properly
referred to a committee. The right of
petition in our country is sacred, being imbedded
in the constitution itself. Judge
Phister could not therefore refuse to present
such petition. It was his duty to
do so. It is the right of congress to determine
whether they will or will not allow
It may be proper in connection with this
subject,to say that Judge Phister,in the last
congress obtained for Judge Young nearly
eieht thousand dollars for his salary and
i mileage,in addition to twenty-five hundred
dollars had received for
The following persons are the authorised tliat,ho Previously
agents for the Daily Bulletin at the
places named. Contracts for subscription
or advertising may be made with them :
Gekmantown T. J. Kackloy &Co.
Washington Mrs. Anna Thomas.
Mt. Olivet Peter Myers.;
Haiidis P. W.Sutt.
Fern Leaf Harry Burgoyne.
Minkrva W. II. Hawes.
Shannon- Wm. Clary.
expenses of contest. Judge Phister also
obtained for Hon. G. M. Adams four thousand
dollars, expenses of his contest with
Barnes some thirteen to fifteen years ago.
Nevertheless we are of the opinion that
as McKee had no just cause for making a
contest with Young and was not elected
to the seat given him by a republican congress,
ho is not entitled to receive money
fnr his flvnonROB. nnrl nn mrmav niifrlif fn
Chief Justice White, of Connecticut, !. .. .. nn f1infnnftftnn;
has decided that the mack ballots-used bvi
the Democrats at the election in New
Haven are illegal and void, and has de
clared the Republicans elected. Howj
about the blue ballots used by the Repub
licans in John D. White's district in this
Mr, Green R. Kellar, enrolling clerk
of the last house of representatives makes,
The Lexingten Transcript says the Mutual
Aid and Matrimonial Association of
that city, has refunded to its members all
the money received for policies.
Omaha had a six-inch fall of snow as a
in the Mercury of this week the following Christmas gift.
explanation concerning the alleged suppression
of the resolution calling for a list
of the pardons granted by Governor
Blackburn: "The original resolution
called for the list of pardons and remissions,
but some friend of Governor Black-
Cleveland is overrun by amateur burglars
The Lyndon, Kansas, postoffice robbers
have been arrested.
Horatio A. Nelson, a prominent citizen
of Montreal, is dead.
l Art nral fl TT ta xr anrvi li o a A ool inni
bum added " and the reasons therefor. " j $4)679 pension allowed him.
The murder epidemic in the south appears
to have broken out afresh. ,
Diphtheria and scarlet fever, in bad
form, prevailed at Millersburg, 0.
Two bands of Indian Territory redmen
are on the warpath against one another.
The expenses of the city government of
New York for 1883 will be over $30,000,-000.
A scheme is on foot for a soldiers' and
sailor's monument in Central Park, New
James Chumley shot and killed Thos.
Lamb in a livery stable, in Cincinnati, on
Navigation is now open between the
heart of the Everglades ot Florida and the
Gulf of Mexico.
Members of the Western Trunk Lino
Passenger Association say it will probably
disband in the spring.
There are indications of another prolonged
disturbance between the longshoremen
and stevedores of New York.
A collision of trains occured Sunday
night on the Chesapeake and Ohio railway
by which five men were killed and
Monday evening, at Fulton, Ky.f two
unknown men met Captain G.
upon the street, knocked him down
and robbed him of $310.
The widow and son pt Captain M. A.
Osborne were found dead in their home
at Greencastle, Ind. Suicide or asphyxiation
from a base burner stove.
Major Alfred Gardner, ono of the pioneers
of West Tennessee, died near Dresden,
and was buried with Masonic honors
on Christmas day.
J. 8picer went home drunk in Breathitt
county and clubbed his wife on the head,
inflicting probably fatal injuries.. She is
a daughter of Jerry South, former keeper
of the Kentucky Penitentiary.
Lodgers Two or throe nice gentlemen
WANT13U got lodging, with or without
board. Apply to
turn to this olllco and oblige
SALE OR RENT-The thiee story
brick building on comer of Market aud
Front streets, lately occupied by Ueorge H.
Wheeler, Apply to GARRETT S. WALL.
SALE OR RENT-Tho valuable grain
warehouse and lot on the corner of wall
and Second streets, Including onehalfol the
Daultou livery stable lot. Apply to
d28dlw . GARRETT Sf WALL.
OR SALE A good iron safe, a desk, also
17 a remnant stock of dry goods and notions.
4wtt A.J. McDOUULE.
SALE A two stbry, double frame
house, containing eight rooms, rents lor
$10 a month. For particulars and terms apply
to d22dGt M. F, MARSH, Court srteet,
SALE-Kindling Wood-Cut In short
lengths, at Kentucky Haw and Planing
Mills. d22J0t COLLINS, RUDY & CO.
SALE Four second-hand sewing machines
dec2Jlw A.J, McDOUGLE.
T OST Between
H. Lunge's Jewelry Store
JU and Miner & Bro.'s Shoo Store,
a pair or
s enclosed in an envelope. Please re
A LITTLE GIRL,
MONDAY EVE.JAN. I
m ' .1-.
FAMILY MATINEE 2 p. m.
ANTHONY & ELLIS
Ideal Company of America.
II TOM'S CM CO.
Memphis University Students.
ENTIRE NEW VERSION.
THE TWO GREATEST DOUBLE TOPSYS IN
THE WONDERFUL MECHANICAL WATERFALL.
(A fall of real running water) v
EVA AND HER PET BONY.
THE ONLY IMPORTED PACK OF TRAINED
OUR EDUCATED DONKEY (KNOXY). THE
SMALLEST DONKEY ON THE STAGE.
PEOPLE'S POPULAR PRICES.
ADMISSION - - - 35 and 60c.
CHILDREN - 23c.
no mourn: no uxtua !
Tickets now on sale at TAYLOR'S d20dw
OPERA HOUSE, .
THURSDAY EVE., DEC. 28.
EVENT OF THE SEASON.
MR. J. M JOHNSON has the honor of announcing
to his frieuds aud the music loving
citizens of Maysville, that theyoung ladies and
gentlemen of his singing class, kindly assisted
by many of the leading amateur singers of this
city, will appear before them in a rare selection
of Solos, Duetts, Trios, Quartettes and Choruses
from the leading composers ol the world. In
addition to which, there will be a pleasing
variety of songs by over One Hundred pupils
ot the schools who will be specially tra'ned
for this occasion. The whole to conclude with a
Performod by over Fifty young ladies and
Misses, who In radiant costumes of various
hues, will not fall to delight their auditors.
Admission 60o ; no extra oharge for" reserved
seats; Children 25o, Reserved seat tickets for
Bale at Harry Taylor's,
N.B. Little Birdie Alnsworth, of Ironton,
Ohio, has been secured for this occasion, who
will entertain her auditors with recitations
from well known authors. Birdie is but nine
years old but is entirely compoteht to give a
whole oho by herself. dildOt
Down They Go.
Meaning the prices of job printing. The
following low rates will hereafter rule 'at
the Bulletin Job Printing Rooms. They
are the lowest ever offered in this city by
atiy printing establishment. The reduction
does not mean careless printing aud
inferior stock, but on the contrary first-class
press-work and composition and the
best quality of paper:
Bill Ilends per ream $5 00
Two Reams.. 9 00
Letter Heads per ream 4 50
Packet Note Hearts per ream M 3 00
Commercial Note Heads per renin 2 75
Envelopes per thousand., 3 00
Visiting Cards fifty M 25c
And other printing at proportionately
low prices. Bosser & McCarthy.
M' - mV
W; KENDALL'S M
P--T- . U-l 1 .- V I
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
The Most Successful Remedy ver discovered,
as it is certain It its eilects ana does
not blister. READ PROOF BELOW.
From Rev P. N. GRANGER,
Presiding Elder of the St. Albans District.
St. Albans, Vt.( Jan., 20, 18S0.
Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co., Gents: In reply to
your letter I will say that my experience with
r Kendall's Spavin Cure' has been very satisfactory
indeed. Three or four years ago I procured
a bottle ot your agent, and with It. cured
a horse oi lameness caused by a spavin. Last
season my horse became very lame and I
turned him out for a few weeks when ho became
better, but when I put him on the road
he grew worsewhen discovered that a
was forming, I procured a bottle of Ken-dell's
Spavin Cure and with less than a bottle
cured him so, that he is not lame, neither can
the bunch be found. Respectfully yours.
P N. GRANGER.
Perseverance Will Tell.
Strougiiton, Mass., March 10, 1880.
B.J. Kendall & Co., Gents: In Justice to
you and myself, I think I ought to let you
know that I have removed two bone spavins
with Kendall's Spavin Cure,' ono very large
one, don't know how long the spavin had
been there. I have owned the horse eight
months. It took me foUf months to take tho
large one off aud two for the small one. I have
used teu bottles. The horse is entirely well,
not at all stiir, and tio bunch to be seen or felt.
This is a wonderful medicine. It is a new thing
here, but if it does for all what it has done for
me Its will be very groat.
Respectfully yours, Chas. E. Parker,
. Kendall's Spavin Cure is sure In Its effects,
mild in its action as It doeif not blister, yet It is
penetratingand powerful to reach a every deep
seated pain or to remove any bony growth or
other enlargement, such as spavins, splints,
curbs. callous, sprains, swellings, any lameness
and all enlargements or the Joints or limbs, or
rheumatism in man and tor any purpose for
which a liniment is used for man or beast. It
is now known to bo the best liniment for man
ever used, acting mild and yet certain lu Its
Send address for illustrated Circular which
we think gives positive proof of its virtues. No
remedy has ever mot with such unqualified
success to our knowledge, tor beast as well as
Price SI. per bottle, or six bottles for 85. All
Druggist have it or can get it for you or it
will be sent to any address on receipt of price
by tho proprietors. DR. B. J. KENDALL &
CO. Enosburgh Falls, Vermont. J27d.
iprilTQ are reaping a hat
AUCH I U vest selling our
Kitchen Queen Safety Lamps
and other household articles.
Tho best selling articles ever put
on tho market For Samples
and Terms, address tho
CLIPPER M'F'G CO.,
No. 288 Walnut St., Cincinnati. O.
of the celebrated
Just received. Call and got one for less montfj
than you over bought a Wagon. , ...
aiitfilly M X ALL & RILEY,