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i f feW '"!,'' ! ' " ?' IK mnmi, , J- T-T IjiAiiHSi'o BULLETIN. VOL. NO.v282." MAYSVILLE, KY., SATTRDtAt, OCTOBER 20, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. 1IXMJI HUNT. w Manufacturer nncl originator of the cele bratedbraudsof Silver Dollar, "Wm. Hunt's Darkllorse, Hap py Smoko, Three Beauties, Cordwood and UoldBlugs. Second Street, Maysvllle, Ky, T M.KOGEHH, PEA LEU IN Boots, Shoos, Hats and Caps. 41 E. Sec. St mchSSOly JIM YSV2LLE, EY, T". ltHOWMNO.MrSi PHYSICIAN AND 8URCEON. OlUco and residence south-east corner oi Third mid button Htruets. Will nlve special attention to diseases peculiar to female, aplHdly MAYbVlLLE FINCH A CO., A. DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUIi and HEMP. Cor. Third and Sutton Streets, inchSOly" MAYSV1LLE, KY. p s. jtiih), A1TOKNKY AT LAW. Kciil INltUeiuiil Collecting Agency. Court St., (npllidly) MAY6VILLE, KY. ri ofr i:ichi;non, Dealer In Staple and Fancy GEOOEEIES, lias REMOVED from his old Btaud to Dig building on Second street lately occupied by Charles K. Frank, uprfclly T P. IIYAN. Cold, Silver Mini Nickel ELECTRO PLATING, and Rubber Stamp Work douo on short notice- at MuysvlllQ Repairing Works, No. 8, Second street. apl71y J. F. RYAIf. TAHES & CAlUt, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street Hack orders promptly attended to nt all times. Fluoat and latest ttyle Turnouts Hordes bouulitnnd soldon Commission. Mar kctst. four doors below Central IXotel. alia T W. SXWKKN A- ItKO., JVo. 24, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS, OILCLOTHS ami Window Shades, Good Carpets at 30, S'fi, 40, -15, 60, CO, b5, 70, 75. and W) cts., 61.00 an 1 $1.25 per ynrtl. mchSldly TOIIN II. J K. INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and bent Companies. Insures for full value Low rales. Lunk promptly paid. No discounts No delay. Offlce corner llilid and Market street. aplfidlv ; x itLAKi;noitouc;n, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATCH STORE. Headquarters foi ClncltH, SUvor Goods etc. All woik piompily and done. Second St., 1 ol ot Maiket. apl7 TACOI1 J.IXN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cmun and soda water. FrcMi bread and cakes. Parties and weddings lurnUhud on short nnttcn. 35 Second St., may3dly MAV8V1LLE, KY. X AXK V WOKU1CK, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and specifications furnished an reas onablo terms and all work satisfactorily and promptly done. OlUcoou Third street, be tween Wall and Button. apliidiy A UACKLEY, Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. SecondStreet, (mhlESly) MAYSVILLE,RY. jyr davih, IUUMK1IINO GOODS niul olothhstg, Hats. Caps, Trunks and Valises. The latest fall stylesjust received. Market St., aplCdly MAYBVJLLE, KY. iyritN. M, j. mohi'oku, ThlrJ St., opposite Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just received and prices VKUY LOW. Bonnets aud Hats made over lu the latest styles. n'JL'tfd TITUS. F, II. COLLINS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hat, llounets, Laces and Millinery Notions. Prices low. Second street, Mrs. Ueorgo Burrows' old stand. apllOdly TlTIHH MATTIi; CAUlt, Second itrtct, January Block, Millinery Gootte Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., ot the latest stylos. Priced Low. mchSldly AWBKS A 1IAHKLKY, Nos.57aud C9 Second and 10 Sutton streets, have Just received a larjje Btockof improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest labor-saving Implement ever oh fered to farmers. The best tobacco hoes and tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. apU6 S SIMON, -Dealer In- QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass, Cutlery, Notions, etc. No, 45 Market rjtieet. East side, between Second and Third, a21dfim MAYSVILLE.KY. HE DID .NOT BRIBE. SoTsays, tho Jury In tho Caso 01 Sosaions. Tfee IQff Trial at Law Over Chnr?; of tfeoIndfr,e Xko Jury Aro Ottl 4Ty m ft beret Time ant Return VfUU Vrt1tetof Not CoMffratalutccU Albany. N. Y., Oct 19.-1:1 the t case lion. D. W. Peckham mado the argument for tho dofensc JIo reviewed tho story of Bradley and contrasted it wirh Senator Sessions' story, claiming tin Bntdhsy was not entitled to belief, wirae Bcsskms story fraa BtraigfatforwnrJ tfannigfaout. Attorney General BuskoII replied lax tho prosecution, claiming that Ir. ScIjcs had been proveii Ruilty of tho attempt to bribr, and urging onthe jury that ther should not allow any pity for. tho family of tho acuubcd or reject for tlw positioos Ik had occupied to stand in the vayol their dnty. Jade Osborno then charged Che jury. Ho said: "Tho cine with which you have been intrustcfi and the frequent injunctions of the Court, most have told yon this was noonlJnan case you wcro caihat tipon to try. Ther? may he more heinoiw crimes, but noni more arTectinc the well beinp of BoeitMv Wo can not but see and feel that fraur. and corruption aro permeating even branch of the Govnuacat that w.iV bougtA by tiw W&wl g ur fathein hih! 6iasta4rjEOJiy tlieJLrJifctil of orrrcliud' fwNi FftjpWj; wfljbhive oi thoabSKciiimciAitoWinVrrnt of a spirit wUcIi eecfca Wto ita parptHth tiirotrgh tLe tempthsi of office or money, bs' bccoirro ycat UiatlrjHin aonbt, jf dd& stopiM j vhct2jfxtxmi BEr499rC3n be perman cai. I Jk$SbgtofiettEjy Swrty iu th cxsd lo.g&ckxl ihofafctA IfthupertMiuc charged tero bo guilty, no punifduiw n cnbe too grcrftTpliich the laws allow, but, gentlemen, ti& law deminJq no in noccnt victim. No person should h convicted uaitss Uierc can lw no reasonable ekiufet of hb guilt. It in u caso of jrreat importance to him. He b.n been w respected that he has been sent by his own neighbor to renrrbont them in tho Senate. Now you should be careful that the evidence satisfies you beyond a reasonable doubt before you can pnmounee him guilty, but if it does, yoti must do your duty. It was a matter of doubt in my mind also whether there was such a crime as tlnschanred which can be pun ished by tho law, but attcr careful consideration of the constitution and law, I you that Uie indictment h correct, and thefefore you have nothing to do ex-cent to determine the question of the guilt orinnoceuce of tho accused. Mr. Bradley doca not claim, but dcuies, that there was a criminal acceptance, w the full crime of briber cannot be maintained. Mr. Bradley's story is Uiat Senator Sessions firt offered him $100 and afterward met him at supper and a,ikcd him where he could see him, and then thev went n stairs and Mr. Searion gave him the $2,000 in question. The money furnishes no direct evidence that Session paid to Bradley. The only evi dence rcallv is Bradley's tatiraony. You are to construe all evidence upon the theory of guilt and take all circumstance in the light of the explanations. 1 would urge upon you the neceity of agreeing, not Itccaute I would have anv jimvrHacriiice hi- convictious but I hope in this wise you will be aSle to do so. I hope if you frel tho crime has bean committed von will not allow the position o' the defendant to affect you, and on the other hand, if von u re not convinced be yond a reasonable doubt of hb gtiilt, you will pronounce him clear and send him kotno to his family clear of stain. this Court then took a recess til! 10 o'clock in tlioercning. At that time tho jury appeared and rendered a verdict of "Not Guilty." The Court then discharged Mr. Sessions, who was immodiatlv surrounded by his friends and warmly congratulated. He also shook hands with the jurymen, who congratulated him on the result of the trial. PHESBYTERIAKS. Meotlnc or tli I'eminylvaulu Hyrxwl at PittHburr 9 PiTTsnrna, Oct 19. The Synod oi Pennsylvania met at 3 o'clock in the Second Presbyterian Church in this city. It comprises U31 churches. 85o minister add 433.001) members. The altar wa draped with black out of respect to the memory of tho late Moderator, Kov. Dr. Samuel J. Wilson. Bev. Allison, editor or tlie Presbyterian I)aiinir, of Pittsburg, called the meeting to order, l&v. Dr. Butler, of Clearlield, was chosen .Moderator. Th election of a successor td Dr. Wibon was then proceeded with, Bevs. Drs. S, C. of Scranton, Win, P. Breed and Alfrecf Nevin, of Phil adelphia, and W. R. Binuham, of Chestei, were placed in nomination. The vote resulted as follows: Breed, UUpLogan, 70; Bingham, 40; Kevin, 27. Dr. Breed was declared elected Moderator, and was dulv installed. The setsiou will last until Tuesday evening. The nuwt imnortaut question will be the future composition of tho Synod, many maintaining that the body is unwieldly, and should bo cut up into several synods. The Hnnn Land OeelnloD. , Washinoton, D. C, Oct. 19. Commissioner McFarland, of the Land Oflico of the Interior Department, has made a decision that 51,540 acres of land in Kansas, west of Nettleton, claimed by the Topeka & Santa Fo Kailroad Company, shall be restored to public domain und be opened to pre-emption under the Homestead laws. It is held, here, that this decision is final under tho law and that the Secretary of Hie Interior has no power to revoke or amend it. A Horw Tkai I a Wm Itotuiuza to 111 Orrne. New YonnV 6cL will probably co into winter quarters early next month. Mx Cao lias, since his departure rom Kew York, received many otfhra im tbe We the vauibkivo rirS K&fS&flfiQrwm wae plac&l on Mm 0241100 PtojJtein afrgciirMarto kaew4 s TMs wtonincsfoot ip ver warfy $200,08t Oa th Mon-day alter bcai St Juliau, Ca.se bougbtt a $fiV0 camel hair shawl for his wife and offered in payment a check for $lt50a Tho propxietor naturally beshated about accepting it UI don't fcuow you, sir, ho wild. My name is Cuso, of liacine, WSHcansh'5 ha replied. ITho mcrxbant Tfwbal&&aok "I'm Kaafl Mr. Cusa Tlio merchant jumped up. "I beg yon r pardon, I d hi not know that" Mr. Cat) then drew his wallet, which was full to overflowing with checks ranging in value from $300 to $V OpH "See if yoo can find a check among uicni wnose mawcr you xcow," said Mr. GjBMi. A t!tablo one tra3tuiind,and as fllEi Qaso left, ho ud: 33ifa is all morjcy." ii ST. LOUTSaiTKuIS. Ttu ewllchmon's Ntrlbo nud the lfeollc BcniMtuIn. St. Loch, Oct 1(1, The small army of Deputy Sheriff and Deputy Marshals guarding the freight yurds In East St. Louis were reinforced by thirty now men this jnoruing, but otherwise the situation of the switchmerris strike remains unchanged. The cqadj remain firm in their determination tho demands of the strikers tmfll they return to work. All the roads have their dorks, etc.. doing duty as switchmen and ore handling ,some freight, but it is slow work. Freight is coiihUntl accumulating at th eastern end of the bridge and the blockade is causing tho most serious inconveniences to business. Governor Crittenden arrived in tho city la$t evening in obedienco to a summons to testify concerning tho potico wandals. lie waa in consultation with Late and Caruth, two of the obnoxious Poiico Commissioners, until 10 o'clock last night. He went before tho Grand Jury ot 11 o'clock this morning, otT is nov undergoing tho tortures of cross-examination. " ! II I. AS TO THUV.KLNQ. 3oruM)lrneur Capcl CEtoeaSorutoFolntA on thHatgJocs New York, Oct 19 MgT. Capcl lectured to a very largo congregation last uipht. In the course of his address he said : It is asserted by many that because wo are Catholics wo escrificc, dwarf or ftut in bondage our reason. The have to Oelds of knowledge that which is limited bvreuson and that which comes by revelation. We are satisfied that the messenger who brings iw revelations is the envoy of God ; therefore, our reason receives it. There is very little original thought. We all think that we think, but really very few think. Wo repeat what tho few of as who think have said, stroke ourselves mm thiuk that wo have thought. Tho of the Catholic church ran hold their own even in ncimcc against ull comers. The Protestant Government of Kngland Mint out a Jesuit on astronomical expeditious und employs a J u suit to make Important historical researches. IEON WOEKEES. Itrlntlons or to the Anxal. cnmnteU AolHtlon. Chicago, Oct. 10. In connection with the recent Convention of tho Iron and Steel Workers, Superintendent Parke, of the North Chicago Boiling .Mills Company, was asked ye&terday whether western manufacturers would be likely to recognize the Amalgamated Association iu the future or treat with its committees incases of dispute. He preferred not to give an opinion as to the probable doings of manufacturers generally, but, speaking for his own company, said its general policy always had been to deal directly with the workmen and allow no interference- of a third party. The company had always refused to recognize tho Amalgamated Association and would noi do so while it could help it Lie anticipated no difficulty with any of tho employes for a long period. If arbitration or consultation should be necessary In settling next year's wapes, tlie company would deal directly with the workmen and no others. FOEAKEE'S STEENGTJX nil I.nto nrUlluat CAOVMJtnlVisuilns IIliu (rwl CuUtluce CoxuMnus. Oct. 19. Many Foraker clubs throughout tho State are keeping up their organizations with tho view to push ing him as candidate for Governor in 1885, his vigorous and skilfull campaign having won him am unusual degree of confidence among Republicans throughout tho State. AUiny Republican papers are also urging the Republican members of tho Legislature to give him their complimentary vote for United States Senator, as a definite recognition of his bcrviccs to tho party. An XJoctfxl PaMsen Sued the U. & O. Baltimore, Md., Oct, 19. A suit waa brought in the Superior Court by Albert ii. Myers against tlie B. O. Railroad Company for $10,000 damages, for in-) ries received from ejectment from their ta.y between the Relay IIooso aud this city, and being thrown down a forty foot emaankment. Tho plaintiff states that he bought Ids ticket and wua -ejected without reason. VftHdftrbfXft Kcconnrctf. New Yobjc, Oct 19. Mr. Wm. n. Vanderbilt has entirely recovered from the effects of his accident last Wednesday, Ho appeared on the road last evening with Lvsundcr Bov. HANGING OF HOYEY. The XTow York Mnrderor Successfully Swings Off. in IjfMt Night ou EArtb Uorr tie Npettt tho Mora inc: Scenes on the Bennbld The Iit of AVlll&luvna Mcoundrol. Xew Youk, OcU 19. Edward Hovey, the slaver o his sister-in-law, Mrs. Fannie eruiilyoo, as iluly hanged tills morning iu the lombd prison yard. Tlus 9 Ubt night on earth was spent very restlessly. lie movod around on his cot liequeutly during the night andBcemed entirely unable to compose himself for sleep, lie uaoso this morning carry, and was vi&itcd by his spiritual adviser and lawyer. The latter to wish Hovey, in tho langunc of one of the Deputy Sheriffs, lookeu more ckad than alivo when ho arose to dross himself. Everything possible waa dooe to cheer him up, but the efforts in this correction had but little impression on hinx When his breakfast, consisting of ro&v coilco and eggs, was brought himIIovey dragged his chair in a perfunctory way towaatitho little table upon which tho meal was placed and seated himself with a deep drawn sigh, lie quietly surveyed the food for a moment, and then, drawing back from the tablo, said he could eat nothing. Father DurangncL tha Bcv. Mn Gilbert and Deputy Warden Finky prevailed upon liovcy to nXtcmnl nt least to cat. Tiicj succeeded in inducing him tocm tho couee, nui uicy couia uui get mm iacuie any more Soon after arising he had been given a dose of chloral and ho dw wauled whisky. In view of his condition h was agreed that he should have before being led to the gailowu. At 7 o'clock tho SheriiTs deputies had arrived, headed by Shcrhl'Davidson and Sheriff Stevens. These formed a square around the ccaflbld. Tho Sheriff immediately entered tho prison and proceeding to tiro condemned man's cell read the death war-runt to hiru. At the conclusion of tho reading the executioner and his assistant pinioned the murderer's arms and the pro-cession to the BcaHbld was then formed. It was headed bv Slier ill Davidson and his Under Sheriff. Hovey was grasped on cither sido by Deputy SherSls and more or les supported along the route. The murderer was dressed in a black suit but wore no collar. Tho hangman lost no timo in completing Ids work. The moment Hovey was placed under the hcaUbld he tied his legs, and then, after a few parting words betweeu tho unfortunate man and his spiritual adtisers, drew tho black cap over his face, adjusted the noose aud, quieter than it takes to tell it, cut tho ropo and Hovey was launched into eternity at exactly 7:5t) a. xiu As tho body re bounded from tho cross piece tlie hands and legs became rigid with muscular contraction, The hands turned blue, in a few minutes the lattt outward signs of life was manifested in tho struggling body. At 8:10 he was pronounced dead, and thortly after the body was lowered into tho coffin and turned over to his friends. ST. IfOUIS1 GEIEVANCE. An ITrrut lNttltlon ProicenlMl to 1 Govrruor 1'rlttenriru. Sr. Loiih9 Oct. 19. A petition, signed by over two thousand St. Louisians, was iresented to Governor Crittenden at the Southern Hotel bust night. The petition mentions in scathing terms the conduct of the Police Board in removing ex-Chief of Police Campbell, and concludes as follows: " If arbitrary dictation, perbonal hplecu and political bias shall operate to make or unmake, not only the chiefs of the police force, but shall bo the avowed spring of action operating upon the appointment of even tho rank and file of the policemen, the incentives to hazardous and manly action fail and the influence of corruption will soon have full sway. Our homes are our own, and we will not have them jeopardized. They stand to us before party or any State accommodations, or tho corrupt motives , and interests of secret rings and office brokers. Our business and commerce we have created and we ask the State to pro- , tect them and allow them to piosper. Wo refuse tamely to view the ministers of tho peoplo and the intended guardians of tlie public welfare neglectiug, or purposely haeriticing, tho great interest. Men of criminal proclivities aud practices, our people believe, have too much to say about who shall enforce the law, aud too little to answer for before the liar of Justice. The 1 influence of these grievances has recently culminated by the vote of three of the Board of Polico Commissioners for the removal of the Chief of Police, John V. Camnbell. If he Is to be stricken down by tlie evil influences at work, we know that our very best and dearest interests and rights are assailed and wospeak bofdly to you, the Chief KsecuUve officer of the State of Miouri, and ask that you the resignations of tho persons endeavoring to perpetuate the ontrage, and fill their places with pure and honest men. I I I H li.ll .1 111. fire In n Child's Honplfal. New York, Oct. 19. Tho wood work surrounding a hot air flue in the dining-room ou the first floor of tho Nursery and Child's Hospital in Lexington avenuo took fire at 6 o'clock last ovening. Tho burning flooring was cut away and the fire was put out quickly with extinguishers curried in by the firemen. The nurses acted with commendable coolness. A Quer Prlcit and a Queer Conirrc irntlon. Buffalo, N. Y.f Oct. 19. Father Pitass, who narrowly escaped lynching by his congregation sometime ago, was yesterday arrested on the charge of selling liquor without a license. He gave bail before the United States Commissioner!. His nariahoners have had another riot ' sraBDMiir. Death or tho Mttlacniabod S14er Tol4 Tolxdo, Oct 19. General Jaaes B. Stecdman died at 2rfU Thursday after noon, of pneumonia, after a protracted iilnefifc Deceased was a prominent army officer during the war of the rebellion, aud was made a Major General for conspicuous bravery at the battle of At tho time of his death General Stecdman held the position of Chief of Police of this city. His age was sixty-seven years. Ilia end Was peaceful. Tho funeral will take place ra Toledo on Monday October 22, at 2:30 p. m. under tho auspices of Forsyth Post, Grand Army of the Republic. Chaplain Deacon, of the post, pastorof the Central Congregation Church, will officiate. . Tho remains will be interred in AVoodlawn Cemetery The remains will bo in state in the city hall building from 2 p. m. tomorrow until the hour ofUhe funeral. General Steedman leaves a young wife and two small children. His funeral will bo Umj largest millitary funera.1 over held in Ohio. General Hancock and other prominent military officers will bo in attendance i - ENGLISH UBEEALS. ImiKirtant Mectlua of tho Party nt Leeds. Lkxd. Eng Oct 19. At tho second and lasjL day of the conference of the EFbttral Party to-day to elicit and express the opinion oi that Party upon subject of Parlimentry Reform, tho following subjects discussed: Tho resolutions submitted yesterday, redistributions, minority reprcscntationa. and subsidiary questions connected with that of Parliamentary Reform. In tho evening a great public meeting was held in the Town Hall, at which thfl Right Hon. John Bright presided. Speeches were tnaaVtrjr the liberal Pasty in Parliament. Mr. Bright spoke at length in advocacy of mcasnrea compelling the Ilonso of Lords to pass bills coming tothathoy a Eecond timo from the House of Commons. Tho Ijondou 8 tori ainrUct. London, Oct. 19. The stock market toward the close showed considerable activity, especially in tlie Vandcrbilt and other American railwav shares, which closed strong with a marked advance over the closing of the evening previous. This firmness aud activity in American shares was due in a irreat measure to the I tdiase of large blocks on orders from lead itu; bankers at Frankfort and Amsterdam. The bears seeing that bonafido buyers were in tho market, began to cover, which had the effect of strengthening the whole list of securities nud causing more confidence to tlw future outlook for Investments, tho general impression being that u healthy reaction had Set in. Londox, Oct. 19. The Daily JNews, in its financial article this morning, commenting on the strengthening of the stock market last night and tho renewed activity caused by large purchases of American railway shares on German account, asks the question, if New York bears won't soon find out that their market has been oversold, that Americen railway stocks have reached bottom prices, and repurchase and become bulls instead of bears. C'otcridire nt Muiiliiton. Wasiiinuton, Oct. 19. Lord Chief Justice Coleridge, arrived here yesterday. He was met at tlie depot by a committee of the Bar Association aud by Attorney General Brewster, and escorted to Worm-ley's Hotel. While here he will be the guest of the Washington Bar Association. Ho will be received uy the President today and then taken in hand and shown the places of intercut here. Last night a grand reception was given at tho residence of Secretary of State Frelinghuy8cn,in honor of the Chief Justice. The President and Cabinet, Chief Justice, and Justices of the Supreme Court, Justices of tlie Court of Claims, Justices of tho District Court and prominent members of the Bar Association, and many members of Army and Navy now here, the British Minister and many of the,' members of the foreign legations were present. This was the first regular reception this season and was a most brilliant success. LIQUOE DEALEES. The Jtoceut Hajuuchuvetta Declilon and It Result. Boston, Mass., Oct. 19. At a meeting of tlie Executive Committee of tlie Law and Order League it was unanimously resolved that it is expected that all whoso business is a flee ted by the recent Supreme Court decision, relative to open bars, will tako immediate steps to comply with the law which has now heen construed by tho Supreme Court, and thatj for the present, the League will await a movement on the part of(tho dealers and the efforts of the constituted authorities to enforce tho law. According to the decision all hotel and saloon bars not provided with lunches aro illegal. Yankee Hoodie Nnven the Fort. New Havk.v, Conn., Oct. 19. During tho 'banquet of the National Carriage Makers Association, atCarll's opera house lust evening, the curtain caught fire from a lighted cigar in the bunds of an intoxicated man, cieating quite a panic among tho 700 or 800 guests. The band iu attendance started un "Yunkco Doodle," the bbue was extinguished und tho banquet went on without further interruption. Threatened HwltchmetiN Ktrlke lu Cincinnati. Cincinnati, Oct. 19. Tho Switchmen employed in tho Cincinnati yanls are much dissatisfied with their pay,$l 90' per day, and threaten to strike for $2.25. They are watchintr tho result of the St. Louis strike, and, should that succeed, will undoubtedly follow suit and quit work their demands are acceded to. jm'A .j. j .