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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 12, 1833.
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Lewisuuko W. T. Berry.
Minekva W. H. Huwes.
Mt. Olivet Petr Myers.
Helena. R. M. Harrison.
J. A Jackson.
Tuckahob. V. L. Holton.
Slack's P. O.-M. V. Mornn.
Elizaville. w. H. Stewart.
Gekmantown Rladou Jt Bro.
Fauhow's Store S. T. Farrow.
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Colorado has been enjoying a snow
storm for several days past.
The street car'drivers at,'Lexington are
on a strike for higher wnges.
The remains of John Howard Payne
have at last received final burial.
The annual re-union of the war of 1812
will take place at Paris on Mondav, Juno
The Kansas City Times says : Of all
the designs for ladies' hose that with the
green snake coiled up on a back-ground
of scarlet silk is the most reprehensible.
- i -
Colonel J. B. Lady, of Rockbridge
County, Va., died on Saturday from the
effects of a wound received hij the 'Confederate
service at the second battle of
Ticeke is talk in Virginia of a State
Convention of Confederate veterans. The
plan is to ultimately effect a general organization,
comprizing all Confederates
from Maryland to Testis.
A Washington paper has a story to the
effect that Queen Victoria is about to abdicate.
Ottier papers have news as to
her health being seriously effected. Her
place in ofllci.il receptions is to be taken
by Princess Beatrice.
The June estimate of the wheat crop
of Illinois, m.ide bv the State Board of
Agriculture, is 15,000,000, bushels. The
May estimate was 20,000,000 bushels.
The Michigan crop is estimated at 22,-000,000
bushels, which is 10,000,000 less
than the crop of luft year.
The Preabvterian General Assembly
has voted down a proposition to organize
a temperance society. The JNew York
Sun in commending the assembly for this
act says: "Civil society, however, mny
reasonably regitlate the selling of intoxicating
liquors, not because tho business
is disreputable, but because experience
shows that it is likely to bo injurious to
tho public if lfft to tako its free course.
And the'hest method of regulation so far
devised seems to be high licenses."
The Rothschilds own $400,000,000
United States bond", or nearly ono quarter
of all the bonds that are out. They
nre said to have invested thtfs heavily
for the reason that the political and social
systems of Europo are in an uncertain
condition. Vanderbilt is still the
largest American holder of U. S. bonds,
though the amount in his name has decreased
during the last year from $30,-000,000
to $:$7,006,000. Mrs. A. T. Stewart
has $30,000,000 and Mr. Flood, of California,
Crnl't to Hang.
The Court of Appeals has confirmed the
decision of the Carter Circuit Court in the
case of Ellis Craft. The counsel for the
convicted man will have thirty days to
file a petition for a rehearing Jjuicl after
that point is decided tho Governor will
fix tho timo for tho execution. Tho
Court ofjAppenls will adjourn next Saturday
and if n petition for a reheaiing is
filed it can not bo decided until tho court
meets in.September. The court hasgiven
the case a full hearing apd there is no
reason to fear that tho petition will cut
any figure in tho case, or that Craft will
not be hanged thirty days after tho petition
is refused by tho court. Tho full
text of the opinion will Jbo found in
Ellis Craft vs. Commonwealth of Kon.
Tho following is tho opinion of the
Court of Appeals as delivered by
Justico Hines: This is nn appeal from
a sentence of death on a conviction for
murder. Tho case was hero before on an
appeal from a like sentence and reversed
because of the failure of the couit to
properly instruct the jury as to the weight
to which tho testimony of an accomplice
is entitled. Opinion delivered September
12. 1882, and to be reported. On the
first trial ono Ellis, an ncccomplice. testified
on behalf of the Commonwealth, to
the guilt of appellant, but died before
the last trial, in which trial tho Commonwealth
gave in evidence to tho jury
the statements of Ellis, made at the former
trial. Appellant then offered testimony
to the effect that Ellis, subsequent
to the first trial, had stated that the evidence
given by him on the first trial inculpating
appellant was false. This evidence
tho court rejected and tho correct
ness of that ruling is tho only question
we need now inquiro into on this appeal.
In this state it is settled, in harmony
with the adjudications in the majority of
state,that before evidence can be adduced
to impeach a witncs by proof of statements
contradictory of wh it he hits testified,
he must be "inquired of as to such
statements, with circumstances of time,
place, and persons present. This rule is
established in cjvil cases by the code, and
in criminal prosecutions by an unbroken
line of decisions.
It is insisted for appellant that this rule
does not apply where the witness sought
to bo impeached is dead. In this state
there is no repoited case in which
tho question has been presented, but
there are numerous cases in which tho
evidence of a deceased witness, in both
by deposition and orally, has been reproduced,
and this fact is strongly persuasive
that such impeaching testimony has been
uniformly considered incompetent, since
it could not have been introduced without
making it an exception to the well
established rule that the witness sought
to be impeached must first be inquired of
as to the circumstances of time and place
of contradicting statements. Tho reason
of tho rule is that the witness attempted
to be impeached may have an opportunity
to contradict or explain ueh alleged
statements. Such evidence is an
exception to the well recognized rule that
hearsay evidence is not competent, and
is only admitted upon the condition that
this opportuuity of contradiction or explanation
be had. If such an exception
were made to the general rule excluding
horesay evidence, there would be a strong
temptation to tho fabrication of evidence
by which important and true evidence
might be, destroyed. An exception tD
this rule has been contended for iu the
admission of the declaration of a deceased
witness to a deed or will, in
of the evidence afforded by his
signature, but has been disallowed.
(Greenleaf on Evidence, Sec. 120,) Even
in an ex parte proceeding for the probate
of a will, where the opposite party has
no opportunity to crops examine the witnesses,
the courts have refused to allow
the deceased witness to he impeached b
proof of state in conflct with his evidence
given under oath. (Runvan vs. Price et
a!., 18 Ohio State.)
In the case of Stacy vs. Graham, 14 X
Y., 498, the testimony of a witness had
been taken de bene esse and read on the
trial, whereupon the defendant offered to
prove conversations with that witness
after his examination, in which he confessed
that his evidence, was false, that
it hud been given under threats and that
he regretted having testified as ho had.
Tne court refused to permit the impeaching
testimony to be heard, and in tho
" Nor can we, in the present case, admit
a distinction founde ion the circumstance
that the admissions of the witness were
mule, as allege I, after he had been examined.
I can not perceive that the reasons
on which the rule in question is
founded lose any of their force in such a
case. And not only do those remain unimpaired,
but there is an additional one
to be found in the tomptation held out to
tamper with witnesses after their evidence
has been given. I can conceive of
nothing more dangerous in principle than
the doctrine contendel for. When a
witness has been examined and cross examined
If we allow him to be approached
afterward and delarations to be drawn
from him inconsistent with his testimony
and then receive those in evidence without
the protection which the rule affords,'
there will bo no safe.y in the trials.
When the first experiment of this kind
shall be sanctioned by the courts, there
is no doubt that it will bo often repeated
and with greater or less success."
It does not matter that in the present
case the witness sought to be Impeached
was an accomplice, notwithstanding the
fact that under our code his evidence is
not admissible unless corroborated.
When his evidence is corroborated he
occupies the same attitude of any other
witness, so far as the method of contradicting
or impeaching him is concerned.
In this ctue there is corroborating evi
dence sufficient to hive the jury to con-1
timer iiie evmence ui nu accomplice, iiuu
the jury aie the sole judges as to what
weight should be given to such corroborating
Tho Sntdiur Demi.
All honoi to the sucrod dust
Of those sabres tenl the rust,
All houoi to thohiiluted brave.
Who sought thegoal and found the gravel
While true lieaits hint, while Mower bloom,
Their deeds shall be beyond the tomb.
It is announced that tho Prohibition'
ists and Greonbackors of Ohio, are endeavoring
to form a union.
TunouGii Mexican oflicors it ia learned
that, up to May21at, Gon. Crook had had
no general engagement with the hostile
Indiana. Ho waa at that time in tho
southeastern part of Sonora.
Theke woro ono hundred and flvo
deaths from all causes in Cincinnati the
past week, Thirteen of them wore from
violence. For tho same time last year
there were one hundred and sixty deaths.
Of tho Kentucky Central Railroad.
Time tablo in effect May 20, 1833.
10 12 It I U
stations. Kx. Ac. stations. Ac.fKx.
A.M. P. M A.M P. M
Lve.Maysvlllo. 0 00 12 3 Lvo Lex'tou 4 45
Sum'ltt t) 13 12 12 Lve.Cov'ton 8 (K)
" Clark's.. 0 17 12 4S Lve.Parls 0 15 5 35
" Alnrs'll.. fl 3 12 53 " PJu'o'n
" Helena, fl 35 1 05 " Mll'b'g.. 7 0S 0 00
" John'n.. 0 43 1 13 " Carlisle 7 30 0 20
" Ellz'lle 0 48 120 " Meyers. 7 45 8 30
" Ewlng... 0 63 1 25 " P.tfal'y 7 51 0 12
" Cowiui.. 0 68 1 30 " Cowan. 8 01 0 52
" P.Vttl'y. 7 08 138 " Ewlng.. 8 07 0 58
' Meyers.. 7 15 1 45 " Eiiz'iro. 8 11 7 02
' Carlisle. 7 30 2 00 " Jolm'u. 8 17 7 08
" Mlllors " Helena. 8 25 7 15
" Mll'bu'g 7 5U 2 18 " Mnrs'll.. 8 37 7 20
" P.Ju'o'n " Clark's 8 42 7 30
Air. Paris 8 15 2 40 ' Bum'ltt 8 47 7 30
Arr.Lex'ton 0 10 3 45 Arr. Maysville 0 00 7 50
Arr.Cov'ton 11 30 6 00 a.m. p.m
a.m. p. m
Connects at Lexington with the C. fcO. it.
It. for Ashland. Huntington and all points
In the East and Southeast with the O. N. O.
&. T. P. R. R., for Chattanoga and the South,
with, the L. A N. R. R, lor Franktort and
C. L. BROWN,
O. P. and T. A. .
Covington, Flomingsburg and Pound
Counectlne with Trains on K. U. R. R.
'.eave Flemingshukg for.Iohnson Station:
6:45 a. m. Cincinnati Express.
:i;iu, in. Maysville Accommodation
3:2-5 p. m. Lexlngtou.
7:02 p. m. Maysville Express.
LeaveJoiiNsoN Station lor Fletnlugsburgou
t'iu arrival of Trains on the K. C. R. R.:
tf:2.1 a. m. 4:00 p. m.
9:48 a. m. V:37 d. m.
(Kir Tne following are among the leading
Business Establishments of Muysvllle. Customers
Will flud these houses reliable and occupying
a commanding position lu their respective
Locksmiths and Ball-Hangers.
Are prepared to put up 'Electric House Hells
which are not exposed In tho room like the
old style. Prices low. Call and see samples.
SecondStreet, rayW MAYSVILLE, KY.
A O. DROWNING, M. .,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. '
Office and residence south-east corner of
Third aud Sutton streets. Will give special
attention to diseases peculiar to females.
A M. ROGERS,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
iE. Sec. St, mch301y MAYSVILLE, KY,
FINCH fc CO.,
GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP.
Cvr. Third and Sutton Streets,
mch301y MAYSVILLE, KY.
II OX AX'S
BOOT &ND SHOE STORE.
Custom work a specialty. Largo stock. All
kinds at lowest prices.
No. 47, Market stree ,two doors below D. A.
Rlchudnou & Co.'s grocery.
aldAwly MAYSVILLE, KY.
DCItGEhS A NOUN,
Dealers lu Staple and Fancy
No. 3. Enterprise Block, Second Street,
aplidly MAYSVILLE, KY.
r a mm on,
Second street, next door to Dr. Martin's
uplSdly MAYSVILLE. KY.
ROUERT DAWSON CO..
CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY.
ICECREAM A SPECIALTY.
FRESH ROLLS AND CAKES EVERY DAY.
SecondStreet, EAST MAYSVILLE.
S. MINER BRO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
No, 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets.
. mohlldly MAYSVILLE, KY.
rR. T. II. ft. SMITH,
Will devote his whole time to the preservation
of the natural teeth. Dr. C. w. Wardle
will take charge ol all the tnechaulcal work,
such a gold, sllver,ooutlnuousgum, celluloid
and rubber plates. mch3)dly
PCXEW 4 ALLEN,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc. Sole agents for the celebrated
Omaha and Leader stoves. Roofing and
promptly and satisfactorily done. Corner
of Murket and Third ttreets, A. R. Glascock's
old stand. upllOdlw
Iji II. TKAXEL,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
lee cieam parlors open for the season. Absolutely
pure candles. Fresh bread of all
kinds Furnishing weddings and paitles a
spJlalty. l-i Ices low. may4dly
Tf RAN II It. PIIISTEU,
Manufacturer of Picture Flames aud dealer
lu Mlhcollaucous Uoods.
mcti30 y MAYSVILLE, KY.
p 51. WILLIAMS,
Contractor and Builder,
Plans aud Specifications furnished and
all work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Shop on sei'ond Htreet, opposite High sohool.
aplCdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
S1 EOHGK IE. IIEISEK,
Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes.
may30dly SECOND STREET.
r h. juib,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ileal F.stnto and CoIlectlBtf
Court St., (ap!2dty) MAYSVILLE, KY,
Proprlotor of the celebrated brands: Hold
tho Fort, Parlor Queen nnd Mother Hubbard.
Best cigars lu the market. Full vurloty of
Second stieet, ally MAYSVILLE, KY.
p EO. C'OX.t SON,
Dealers lu Staple and Fancy
mch311y MAYSVILLE, KY.
CI OLT RICIIESON,
Dealer lu Staple aud Fancy
has RKMOVED from his old stand to Hie
building on Second street lately occupied by
Charles H. Frauk. apl'Wly
Every now shade lu
Crushed Strawberry, Eleotrlc Blue, Egyptian
etc., aim new iriuiinin4 to maicu.
Second St., mchSlly MAYSVILLE, KY.
T C. OWENS t CO
This space hits been reserved lor their
LOOK OUT FOR IT.
Daily PISH Market.
River, Lake nnd salt wator llsh. Prices reduced
this day to 8 and IU cents a pound.
Market street, a!8 MAYSVILLE, KY.
TOIIN II. l'OYNTZ.JK.,
Oldest nnd best Companies. Insures for
full value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid.
No discounts No delays. Olllco corner Third
aud Market stieets. ' aplGdly
TA3. II. 8ALLKK, CLARENCE L. 8ALLEE.
Salloo A Snllco,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Court Street, (seplSdly) MAYSVILLE, KY
WALTHAM WATCH STORE.
Headquarters forClocks, Silver Goods, Jewelry
etc. All work promptly aud satisfactorily
done. Second St East ol Market. apl7
T W. SPARKS BRO.,
JVo. 24, MARKET STREET.
NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS
and Window Shades. Good Carpets at 30. ?5,
40, 45, SO, 00, (15, 70, 75. and 00 eta., 81.00 an I J 1.25
per yard. mch31dly
TAMES Oc C'AItlt,
(Successors to Thomas Jackson,)
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables
Street Hack orders promptly attended to at
all times. Finest and latest style Turnouts.
Hoises bouahtnud sold on Commission. Mar
ket St., four doors below Central Hotel, a 12.
JOHN T. FLEMING.
Represents the London and Liverpool and
Glob'.. German American, of New York, and
Pheulx, of Brooklyn. Also neut lor Blue
Lick Wator. Olllce corner of Front and Sutton
streets. , apll'dly
T F. RYAN.
Manufacturer und dealer lu hand, pocket
STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS,
Dates Ac. Guns, Pistols, Trunks, Valises and
Sewing Machine repaired. Trumpets put up
bells hung, aud keys made to order. Stencil
cutting a specialty.
Second St., apUdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cream and soda wator. Fresh bread
and cakes. Parties and weddings furnished
ou short notice.
35 Second st.. may3dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
T W. UALBRAITII,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Rent Estate nnt Collecting Agency.
Third street, near Couit bouse,
mylOly MAYSVILLE, KY.
r ANE fc WORRICK,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plans and specifications furnished an reasonable
terms aud all work satisfactorily aud
P'otnptlv done. Ottlceou Third street, between
Wall aud Sutton. apllidly
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
SecondStreet, (iuh23ly) MAYSVILLE, KY.
I(S LOU FOWLING,
Latest spi lug styles of Hats. Bonnets, Ribbons,
Fioweisand Mllllueiy Goods generally.
Enilie satisfaction uuaianieed In all cases.
Second, opposite Opera IIoum. may4ly
TVTRS. F, II. COLLINS.
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Latest styles of Huts, Bonnets, Laces nnd
Millinery tlons. Prlceslow. SecondStreet,
Mis. Geoige Burrows' old Maud. upUOdly
5,000 STANDARD PRINTS
at 5 ceuts Job lot of seasonablegoodsjiiht received,
Pi tuts, Lawns, Glughams, Parasols
aud Fuus at bottom prices. apUdly
M F, MARSH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Jnstlco of the Fence,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will udvertlse and sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a sale Is consummated.
Deeds, mortgages &o. written at rates as low as
any one's. Olllce Library Building, Suttou
VTISS MATTIE OARR,
SecondStreet, January's Block,
Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces,
Feathers, Trimmings etc, of tho latest styles.
Prices Low. mch3Iuly
FURNIHHIXU MOODS nutl
Hats. Cops, Trunks and Valises. The latest
spring stylesl ut received.
Market St., apIOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
jVTRS. A. J. WILLIAMN.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold CH li A P for tho next thirty days,
Call aud tee them.
mch301y ivb. 211, East Second Street.
IITRS. M. ARCHDEACON,
(Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp,)
has Just received a full supply of all of tho
lateststyles lu Millinery Goods. Huts, Bonnets.
Laces. Trimmings and all seasonable
novelties, The luules are Invited to call.
Market street, nlV31y MAYSVILLE.
ATRS. MARY E. THOMAS,
Millinery and Notions,
Aunouuces that she has-Just received her
spring slock, which will bo found very attractive
aud that she has nlso secured the services
of an accomplished trimmer from Cln
cmtiutl. One pilce only.
13 E. Second St., uOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
WAL'LTON A- lino.,
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full line of all kinds of vehicles on Hand
forsale. hlie or exchange. Horses kept by
day, weelt or month. Largest aud best appointed
Livery Stable lu the west. Prices as
iow as any. Best attention to vehicles stored.
Telephone connection. No. 411 nud 42 west
Second St., opl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY".
M-EW FIRM ,
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Cooper & BIsset,
DenlerN In Stoves, Rnitgcfl, Mnrblclzed
Mitntnlsrtml innmilactitrerH ofTin,
Copper nutl Sheet Iron Ware.
Special attention paid to tin rootling, gutter
and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas aud
steam fitters. Wrought lrou aud lead pipes,
&o. All work attended to promptly ttnd
23 E. Secoud st., aOdly MAYSVILLE. KY.
AWENS Jc BAKKLEY,
Nos. 57 and 59 Second and 10 Sutton streets,
have Just recolved a lare stock of improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
the greatest labor-saving Implement ever offered
to farmers. Tho best tobacco hoes and
tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. apllO
OAVL 0. ANDERSON,
No.lXMmrket St., nearly opp. CentralHotel,
Office Open at all Hours. MAYS VILLE, KY
Q A, MEANS,
Full line of Builal Robes and all articles required
-by the uudei taking trade. Orders
piomptly ulteiided to day or ulght.
ni30ly iVo. ait East Second Street,
QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE,
Glass. Cutlery. Notions, eto No. 45 Market
Streot. K.wt side, between Second and Third.
a'JldUm MAYSVILLE, KY.
O J. J A UU H EKTY,
No. 6, West Second Street.
Monuments, Tablet nnd Headstones always
on baud. Orders by mall will receivo
the sume prompt attention as If delivered la
tf B. OLDHAM,
Sanitary Engineer. Gas and Steam-fitter.
Dealer in plumber's goods, Putnps, Hose,
Sewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam
aud Water Gauges. No. 8 west Secoud street,
opposlto Gelsel's giocery,
apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly aud satisfactorily done.
Teims reasonable. Front street, between
Market aud Suttou. apllOdly
Manutaoturer aud originator of tho celebrated
Silver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark Horse, Happy
Smoke, Three Beauties, Cordwood and
Gold Slugs. Secoud Stieet, Maysville, Ky.
We will not be undersold by auv house In 1
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iuch31dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
r U. MATHEWS A-CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In-
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Shingles, blinds, Fiamos. Doors, Sash,
Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, &o.
mcnMly MAYSVILLE, KX.
Windhorst & Blum,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have lust received their Spring Stock of Import
eu und DomestloUoodsot the lateststyles.
pilce leasonable and work the best. au'Jly
y W. LYNCH,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles'and children's fine shoos a specialty
Custom work made to order. Repairing neatly
and promptly doue at moderate barges.
xmo. 41 warKetsteett.liiast slue.
a4Iy -MAYSVILLE, KY.
yANCEY & ALEXANDER,
LIVERY. SALE AND FEED STABLES.
Vehicles ot all kinds, good stook and oarefuj
reasonable terms. Second St., between Market