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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 3 May 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 139. MAYSVILLE, KY., TIIUESDAY, MAY 3, I8s:j. PBICE ONE CENT. T.nltor Movements. Tho greatest striko of minors, ever known is reported from Pittsburg. lie-1 ports from tho railroad coal miners this ivcning stato Hint (lie striko against tho reduction of one-half cent per bushel in Iho prico of mining has extended to nil tho mines save ono or two. Tho operators admit that tho striko is general, but profoss to bo indifferent whether it is of long or of short duration. They say they rvill seo their mines idlo until next fall rather thnn pay more than thrco cents per bushel for mining. Tho miners' otlicers pronounca this tho greatest striko f miners ever inaugurated in this district, Mid say they nro prepared to hold out. Cigarmakers in nearly every placo in Iho country arc striking for one dollar per thousand, and generally securing the advance. Cigar factories nt Wilkcsbarre, Pa., are closed owing to tho striko. Manufacturers iro willing to pay tho 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. — 3 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY FVKNING. MAY 3, 1883. ' -T ' MTTKHMS : T'lO KVKNINO HU1.T.KTIN Is published d illy, mill served lrco of postage nt u nents per v"flt ; 2'i cents per month;75conts per three iiioiiIIih ; 51..0 per six montliH, and t'i por year, payable In advance. OUR AGENTS. following persons are thenutluilz',d agents lor the Daily Buj let IS ul the plaws nanii'il. Contracts for Mihscrlptlnn or advertising may be maiio with tlieiu: W. stilt. Shanin Win. Clnrv. T. Berry, Minekva W. 11. Hnwes. Mt. Myers. IlKi.KNA.Il. M. Harrison. Maysi.ickJ. A Jackson, OKANOsiiunn H. P. Tolle. Tcckahok. W. L. Holton. Slack's P. O.-M. V. Mtmin. Elizavim.e. W. H. Stewart. JIt. Caumcl T. A. Henderson. Fekn Lkaf llnrrv Burgoyne Mcki'IIYsvim.k. W. T. ToinUn. ,1. KnclClCV it CO. "Washington Miss Anna Thomati. Johnson Junction. Scruggs & Hio. - M,SdttZSa B BPTftK S.7 C ' -ar - K!l 4V w , A iMrrL"rr" r. i a a nt a HI l.kJTl . KfertW SI AtJBS&l Kk. W -- - - - r n iw i ll.JaliS' The above nu...

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. — 3 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. atkimm - , ! i - r i i ii THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1883. Ki:xt Hnturdny when you coiuo In Your vnlucdlnld to lend, In picking out tho cnudldntes. Hear tills In mind, my lilend. Just write It down upon n card, And in your clinpcnu Mick It, Xlioday Is cold, wlinn Mason falls To rnlso hor volco for Pickett. .ii,-1 ii Tun city council meets this evening. Rkv. J. N. lUiuim:, of tiie Baptist church, will preach at tho Christian Church in Sardis, noxt Saturday evening. Thm open air concert by tho Ilaml'm "Wizzilrd Oil singers attracted a large number of poTddfia to' Market street lust night. Their voices were Very fine. Tho concert will bo repeated tilfri wv'ening. Bod Stickney, the greatest baft'b'aclc rider in tho world nnd Miss Emma Lake" the noted four horso rider, both favorites in thisStato aro with-S. II. Barrett & Co's circus which exhibits hero next Monday. A telkquam was received in Mays-ville yesterday nftcrnoon, announcing tho death, at Louisville, of Mr...

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. — 3 May 1883

Itcntlnjc tlic Drnmntlc Festival. Cincinnati telegram, May 2. 1 went to tbo festival last night, bought libretto, and had a seat, and it didn't cost me but thirty cents." said one dry goods clerk to nnothor this morning. "How was that?" "Easy enough. You sco, some fellows with season tickets come out after the first net to get a drink. Tho boys standing around beg their checks nnd gel them, becauso tho ticket-holder knows that ho can't bo rciused with his season ticket, and doesn't care. Then tho boys soil their checks for 15 or 20 cents. I paid 'lo for mine, gave a nicklo for a libretto, and went in all right. Somo follows stay out and give tho boys their reserved scat check and admission chock. "NVhoovor buys them gets in and has a scat uesides. Why, over 100 wont in that way last night." Tho festival managers may tako notico. Two Evidence or Clilvnlry. New Orleans telegram, May 2. John O'Callahan challenged his brother-in-law, Micliaol Ncalcn, to a pistol duel, becauso tho latter...

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. — 4 May 1883

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 140. MAYSVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 4, 188:. PJRICE ONE CENT. FOREIGN BUDGET. Cablegrams, May 3. A Lively Ncrlminnce. CAino A telegram lias been received from Colonel Hicks, reporting that on the 20th ult. He had an engagement with 5,000 rebels. The battle, which last a half lour, resulted in the defeat of the rebels with GOO killed, including tho Lieutenant general of El Mahdi, tho False Prophet, and mnny wounded. Tho Egyptian loss Is slight. Colonel Ilicka praises tho gallantry of tho Egyptian troops. The IMiu'iiix Park Trlnlx. Dublin. Thirteen of the prisoners who havo been confined in Kilmnlnham Jail, . charged with having been counected with tho Cavendish-Buiko tragedy in Phicuix Park, but who have never been brought to trial on that charge, havo been indicted and will bo tried for another crime. One of thoir number, Joseph Hanlon, has turned informer, and produces evidence to connect them with conspiracies set on foot to murdcf Earl Cowper, Mr. ...

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. — 4 May 1883

THE DALLY BULLETIN. FRIDAY EVENING. MAY 4, 1883. MTTkhms : Tue Kvknjko Rullktin Is published daily, and served tree of postage at o rents per wt'ek ; i"i cents per iiiniitli;75 cents per three month ; 31.50 per six months, nnd 83 pr year, pn. able In ml vnnco. OUR following persons nr tin. nut lioiit'cl agents for the Daily Bul leti.v ill the places tunned. Contracts for Mibscrlptlon or aciveiusing may ue maue v, 1th them : W.Hutt. Mil anon Wm. Clary. LEviHur.o W. T. Berry. Minbhva V. II. Ilnwcs. Mt, Myers. M. Harrison. JlAYSMCK I. A Jackson. P. Tollo. Tuckahoe. W. I., ilollnn. Slack's I'. O. M. V. Mornn. Ei.i.Avri.r.K. W. H. Stewart. Mt. Cahmki. T. A. Henderson. Kkkn Leaf Harrv Burgoyno AIuni'itYsvii.LK. W. T. Tom,lln. Gehmantown T. J. Kackloy it Co. Washington Anna Thomas. Johnson Junction. Scruggs.: Bio. 'm&v WPiEXZJuJ fiSS 5234. The above number lepresents the each week of the Daily and Wkkki.y Bulletin. Advertisers are Invited to call and assure themselves ol the truth of t...

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. — 4 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 1883. Old M ft son will, In certain tones, Speak out in school For Tommy Jones, Which doesn't mean She hasn't got Tho kindest thought Forl'roctor Knott. Wouk on the new jail is progressing satisfactorily. The ofllcial report of tho Board of Equalization is decidedly entertaining. Mayor January's residence, when finished, will bo ono of the handsomest in the city. m Mns. A. J. Williams' bracelets will bo raflled at the European Hotel this evening at seven o'clock. To find out where to buy merchandise at vnrv Iniv nrieoa nrmatiH t.hn Tliirrrnin ' p.. . . , I uiruviviy uisuwnuru. Mb. FriKi). SchatzMANN otters for sale at a bargain a lot of furniture and other household goods. See advertisement. A hat with a meerschaum cigarette holder inside is one one of tho novelties of tho season, and is sold by A. M. Rogers. The ball announced to bo given by the German Relief Society has been postponed on account of tho death of Mr. Louis Traxel, one of th...

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. — 4 May 1883

LABOR MOVEMENTS. Mrlltc Anions tlic Conl Miners. Complete reports from railroad coal districts in the vicinity of Pittsburg in which & strike was inaugurated yesterday state that nil the miners havo joined tho strike against a reduction save those employed a-W. P. Rend & Co.'s Cherry Hill Coal Company. A delegation of strikers headed by martial bands will surround these pits this afternoon and remain until tho men at work join tho strike. The operators are preparing to havo strikers kept oil" their property, but no violenco is anticipated. Thero is no change in the status of the cigar makers' and plasterers' strikes. The coal miners of lkllovillo (111.) district struck yesterday for higher wages. They claim they have only been getting one-half to two cents a bushel for digging nnd new demand two and a half cents. The operators refused to comply, but two said they probably would accede to the minors' demands. It is understood that similar action will bo taken in all mining di...

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. — 5 May 1883

fi DAILY E VENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 -NO. 141. MAYSVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1883. PKICE ONE CENT. THE LABOR COMMOTION. riTTMiimo, May 4. Tho coal miners' strike 1ms developed nothing particularly new to-day. Tho miners aro all confident of success, while tho oporators manifest no uneasiness as to the final result, nnd claim that two weeks will see a gi eater part of tho miners working at tho three-cent rate. The miners. suggest that tho difference between employers and employes bo settled by an appeal to the process set forth in their voluntary trades' tribunal net, and ask that tho operators petition tho court for license for a tribunal. Secretary Flannery says if thoy do this the minors will assent promptly, a3 thoy do not want to strike, but feel it their duty to resist any encroachment of capital on their rights. If tho operators refuse to petition tho miners will petition thorn-selves. An official call for an convention of minors hero on May 15 was issued. Tho printers of thi...

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. — 5 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 5, 1883. BUM.KTIN is published dally, and nerved Ireo of postage at, 0 cents per week ;2- cents jior nionth;75 cents per three months ; J 1. 50 pnr six mouths, nnd 83 per year, payable In ndvunco. OUR following persons nretheiiuthoiized agents for the Daily Bur. i.etin nt the places limned. Contracts for subscription or advertising may be made with them: W.Sult. Shannon Win. (Mil ry. T. Hurry. MiNKUVA W. 11. Hnwes. Mt. Myers. TIklkna. It. M. Harrison. A .Jackson. P. Tolle. L. HollOU. Slack's P. O M. V. Mornn. Er.iZAVii.iiK. W. H. Stewart. Mt. Caumki T. A. Henderson. Fkiin Lkah Harry Buriinyno MuufiiYsvrr.r.K. W. T. Tomlln. Ukumantown T..I. Kncklev t Co. Washington Mls Anna Thomas. Jciinson Hro. KT3 Jar" Titn il..ik ttntnlnr rnnrnaontH tho Hon, cncl. week ol tho Daily nnd Wekkly Hullktin. Advertisers are Invited to call nnd assure oi the truth of the statement, and they me requested to bear In mind that our ra es for advertising are the lowes...

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. — 5 May 1883

THE DAILYJBULLETIX. SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 18S3. Tun other day wo went unto Our liouored City Dads, An oiler madu in black nnd white To print the city " uils." And thon nnd there a threatening storm Seemed loweiing like a pall; Llko pilot fish beforo the shuik " 0. 15." set up a squall. Tun wheat ill this county is looking well. It looks like " 0. B." hns been writing part of the council proceedings for the Republican. Mr, Cirani.i:s P. Shocklky lost a valuable cow yesterday by its falling down nn embankment near his residence. Its neck was broken. Thomas Cummins was ordered sent back to the penitentiary this morning, Judge Cole having overruled nil motions made in the case. Mr. Tnos. A. Davis, of Cincinnati, has sold his interest in the printing business to his partner, but expects to establish himself in another office soon. At the last meclinc of the directors of the Masonic Benefit Association of this city, Mr. W. II. Ambrose, was appointed traveling agentto secure mombers for...

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. — 5 May 1883

Mini's IiiIiumniiHy. New York, May 4. Tho Panama mall i to April 24 says: A report lias reached hero of nn almost incredible act of I inanity on tho part of tho commander of J the American whaler Hope On, which left Panama Bay somo timo ago for a cruise in tho South Pacific. Accordin g to the sworn Btatomcnt of one of the crew he was maltreated by tho mate nnd put in irons. When the vessel reached Junn Fernando. Island (Robinson Crusoe's Island) ho was put into a boat and landed at an uninhabited bay,' where ho was loft with a handful of broken biscuits. Ho finally succeeded in constructing a rude raft, on which ho put to sea, and was sighted after somo days of suffering by a sloop at anchor in San Juan Ilantista Pay and rescued. Tho sailor's deposition was taken, and formal charges ngainst the Hope Ous Captain havo been made. IliiHlncis rnibnrrnsninontM. Pittsiiuko, May 4. Judgments and notes aggregating have been entered against Win. McKinney & Son, scrap iron dealers, of Sout...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 7 May 1883

ENING DAILY EV BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 142. MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, MAY 7, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. A VALUABLE TOOTS. A Pemfon Wnn tod for Jtn Dudley's 1'ntlcnco "Washington, May C The work of the Pension Bureau is very much increased by the worthless character of a large number of the claims which require attention. Commissioner Dudley said yesterday that a very largo proportion of these claims arc fraudulent on their face, and ninny of them are urged upon the flimsiest evidence and for the most trifling disability. "Whenever claims of this kind are presented and their fraudulent character is quite clear, the claimant is notified at once that his claim will receive no further attention. The Commissioner sometime ago very summarily dismissed a claim of this character. It was in the name of Wnmn II. Anderson, of Ilarrisbure, Pa., and was for the loss of a tooth. Annum' those importuned to, aid the claimant in obtaining a pension were Senator Logan, Senator Cameron and Speaker Kiefer. The C...

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. — 7 May 1883

THE DALLY BULLETIN. MONDAY KVKNING. MAY 7, 1883. mtTkkmi : Tho Kvuntna is published dally, and served Iree of postngo nt Uitents per week ;'2) cents per month; 75 cents per three months ; $l.i0 per six months, nnd S3 per year, payable In advnnce. OUR AGENTS. -Tho following persons nro thenuthoilzpd agents for the Daily Hul lktin nt tho places iinnit'il. Cqntrncts for Kubscilptlon or advertising may be innde with them: W.Sult. Shannon Win. Clary. ilT. S. HlgglllS. I.kwihhuwi W. T. Uerry. MinkkVA W. II. Huwes. XIt. Omvkt Peter Myers. IIelkna, It. M. Harrison. MAYSMCK.I A Jackson. Okancifhuiki K. P. Tolle. Tockaiiok. W. L. Holton. SLACKS P. (). M. V. Mnrnn. Et.iZAVtr.r.r. W. II. Stewart. FAKHOW'sSroHK S. T. Farrow. M r. Cakmrl T. A. Henderson. Fkkn Lkak liarrv Uurgoyne Mcni'iiYSViLLK. W. T. Totnlln. J. ICncklev & Co. Washington MKs Anna Thomas. Johnson Junction. Scruggs A Bio. m MqS5 5.446. Tlie above number represents tho circulation, each week of tho Daily nnd Wkkkly JlULi.irriN....

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. — 7 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1883. W The crowds jipon the streets to-day. Thoclly )8itle down, Indlcalo, beyond n doulji, A circus In the town, And everybody great and Hinnll, Who's got the needed tin, You'll llnd will promptly boon hand, To scoop that circus In. IIi:.Mi' is worth $3 n cwt. at Lexington. . Somk of the schools at Flemingsburg have boon dismissed on account of scarlet lever. . Thk circulation of the daily and weekly Bulletin amounts to 5,440 copies, which is an increase of 212 during the last week. Tiii:kk is some danger of complications with the Mexican Government over the crossing of the border by United States troops. - - A dkspatcii from Washington, to the Cincinnati News says tho President will certainly re-appoint Mr. Stockton postmaster of this city. Thk ties for tho otreet railway have been deposited at several points alone tho route preparatory to the beginning of tho work of construction. Joaquin Mim.kh rises to remark that the daily newspaper ...

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. — 7 May 1883

wSrl ri?.Q at a wrcs m a "KrnnTOT.fi! JLUKJ, J A JIKJ, IU.a.J.1 Jk.JUJJLJKJ, AYER'S Haaavoi a a7aa a bi'low Mly Windhorst & Blum, FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS, AN AWFUL DEATH. LADIES FREE. WILSON 3 All but PecnpttRteil While to Y.enin from nn UiiiimnnKcnble i'.iv vntor Vnr. New Youk, May G. Gustavo SliifT, nn importer of plate glass at 35 Murray street, had the contract to supply the glass for the now Bryant builili ;t at Nassau and Liberty streets. Jlr. Shiff, with one of his employes Fischer Grossman, started to go to tho first lloor from one of tho upper of the building on one of the elevator . The elevator descended as far n.s tn third floor, when it became unmanageable. It was in charge of Daniel Carrol, 23 years old. Another employee, named Lcnahan, was iiImi a . passenger. Suddenly tho elevator oar started upward. At the next floor, tlu fourth, Lcnahan jumped out, and at the fifth Carrol also jumped out. Mr. Shiff attempted to follow Carrol, but was caught between the flo...

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. — 9 May 1883

DAILY E VENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. U4. MAYSVILLE, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY !), 18815. PEICE ONE CENT. WORN OUT BY DRINK. An Imlinulaii SluilHcs Oir IIln Mortal Coll. Rockfort, I.m, May 8. Our town was startled yesterday morning by tho report that S. W. Fairchild liad committed Biiioide. Mr. Fairchild was a man well advanced in years, had acquired a good education, and was naturally woll endowed, but was a elavo to drink. During big lifetime- he was elected and served a term as Hecordcr of this county, and acted sovcral times as Deputy Clerk of the Circuit Court; but his appotito for liquor lost him many of his positions. About four years ago ho joined tho Red Ribbon Tomporanco Society, and for Bcvcrnl years it seemed as if ho had conquered his worst enemy. However, ho Eoon fell into his former intemperate iiabits and lust his position. Somo time Binco his wife obtained a divorce from him. During tho latter part of last week he was under tho iuilucnco of liquor, and ho wns very much into...

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. — 9 May 1883

THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 9, '83. TTintMH: The Kvhnino Bci.lktin Is pubiis'ietl dmly, nnd served treeoi postage at 0 oent.s per week ; " cents per month; 75 cents per three months : Sl.oOper six mouths, ami S.l ner year, pavnbleln advniice. OUR following persons are the authorized agents fort lie Daita Hut. letix nl the places Contracts lor subscription or ndveitlsing iny bo made with them: W.Sult. Shannon Win. Clary. MT. OII.KAD .1. S. Hlglll. Lkwishuho W. T. Herry. Minkuva W. II. Hnwes. Mt. Olivet Peter Myers. M. Harrison., A Jackson. OiMNOKni'jin R. P. Tolle. TOCKAHok. W. L. Holton. Slack's P. O. M. V. Moran. Kuz wn.r.K W. 11. Sfwnrt. Fauhow's Stoue S. T. Furrow. Mt. Cahmki. T. A. Hendorson. Fkkn Leaf Ilurgoyne Muki'HY.svii.i.k. W. T. Tomlln. .1. Knckley A Co. Washington MI-s a mm Tlmman. Johnson Junction. Scruggs A Bto. The above niiinlier represents the- circulation, each week of tlie Daily nnd Wkkkly Bullktin. Advertisers aie Invited to call ii ud assure tl on...

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. — 9 May 1883

I i THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 9, '83. Wn want to whisper In your o ir, Of something you should do, And you will Hud the hint wo give, Of lutorcst to you. Next week wlion you jjo to tlie couise, Just lay low nnd keep dink, And you will see some horses no, Llka h 1 a beaten baric." CmcuiT Court is in session A lot lins been selected on which a building is to be put up for the machinery of tho electric light company. Vokkmej, employed by the street Mil-way company, are engaged building a culvert on Second street, near Daulton & Bro.'s stable. Mit. Jamks GooDi'ASTKit, a young farmer living near Owingsville, died on Monday, from injuries received by a fall several davs before. Mit. T. J. Cuiili:y is laying down a large water main on Grant street, for tho purpose of supplying the Alms House and Hord's Hill with water. Ax exceedingly interesting feature in the Chester concerts will be the singing and recitations by the little folks. Go hear them and you will be delight...

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. — 9 May 1883

t PENDLETON & HOADLY. Jnds Hoadly Ienlc Tlmt Tlicrc Is any Such Finn. ) Cleveland, 0., May 8. Judge Hoadly, of Cincinnati, has arrived in this city. "When interviewed last night on his candidacy for tho governorship, on his reported combination with Pcndlolon, and other matters, tho Judge talked freely. Among othor things, lie said : "I am by no means in lcnguo with Mr. Pendleton, as lias been reported. General Durbin .Ward and I occupy tho same po3ition in that wo will not work for Pendleton or against him. It is tho only position that men of honor can hold. Ward and I aro candidates for the jKtfnination of tho Democratic party for Oovernor, and no other position. The man who accepts that great trust would bo unworthy of it should ho use tho confidence of the party to obtain the Senatorial olfice or interfere with the frco judgment of the party upon that question. Mr. Pendleton has been my personal friend fur moro than thirty ycar3. Every other gentleman named in this connectio...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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