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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
MONDAY, EVE., JULY 3, 1882.
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Last Saturday the loving friends,
The children one and all,
Their tokens of aflectlou brought,
For kindly Mrs. Paul.
We have affection for our friend,
The sister and the brother,
But in nil the world we dwell among,
There's no one like the mother.
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Tiie' Fourth will not be celebrated in
this citv to-morrow.
tiie work of getting the lot ready for
the new jail began on Saturday.
Mr. "W. A. Suddutii, of Flemingsburg,
was the only lawyer in this circuit who attended
the bar association at Louisville.
To-morrow being the Fourth of July, a
national holiday, we have decided not to
issue the Daily Bulletin on that day, a
step we trust that will be approved by our
The house in East Maysville lately occupied
by Mr. John Rudy, and belonging
to Mr. James "White, is to be raised up
and a new foundation put underneath it.
The work will be done by Messrs. Lane &
Mayor January, by proclamation, has
forbidden the use of fireworks or the
shooting of pistols within the city limits,
to-morrow, and by so doing he is entitled
to the thanks of the community. It is a
senseless way of celebrating the Fourth
The moonlight fete, for the benefit of the
East-End Reed and Cornet Band will take
place this evening and to-morrow evening
at the public school grounds in East Maysville.
There will be good music, a spacious
platform for dancing, and refreshments
of all kinds. If you wish the boys
well you will not fail to attend.
The moonlight fete at the pavilion in
East Maysville, is announced for Tuesday
evening, tne 4tn mst. it is intended to
be one ot the most interesting of the season,
and the arrangements have bepn made
with that end in view. There will be
good music, dancing and all kinds of refreshments.
Everybody is invited. See
The ladies of the Presbyterian Church
of "Washington, will give an ice-cream supper
for the benefit of the Church next
Wednesday night instead Thursday as
first spoken of. As it is a worthy object
we hope the supper will be well patronized
and assure all that they will receive
full worth of their money. A delicious
supper as well as ice-cream will be served.
Mrs. Richard Lindsey, an old and
much respected citizen of the Lewisburg
precinct, died on Saturday last. The remains
were laid to rest at the Maysville
, cemetery yesterday, attended by a large
concourse of friends. Mr. Jesse D. Johnson;
another jweltknown and! useful
died on Sunday at the age'of seventy-seven
years. The funeral will take place
from the residence this afternoon. ,
A Pleasant Event. I "BEHOVED."
Maysville. Ky..' Jiilv 3. 1882. '
touching address. He then took her hand
and placed on it an elegant gold ring to be
worn for the sake of her children, Naomi
and Harry. The children then came one
by one, beginning with the youngest
and presented to their beloved mother
tokens of their affection for her. Last
came her mother and husband, each with
a present and a k'iss. The whole affair
was a very touching one and all present
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Miss Mattie Given returned home on
Mri Ben. Given is in Maysville to-day
visiting his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam. M. Hall left for
O wings ville, on Saturday.
Mr. James H. Allen, of "Washington,
Pa., is visiting friends at Aberdeen.
Mr. C. F. Griffen, of New York, spent
several days in Maysville last week visiting
Misses Daisy and Bettie Hubbard are
visiting relatives near Germantown.
Mr. Arthur Campbell, of Atlanta, Ga.,
is in Maysville, on a visit to his father,
Mr. T. C. Campbell.
Dr. H. C Morgan returned Saturday
night from a brief visit to Chicago. The
doctor reports business there not as active
Messrs. Frank O'Donnell, "Win. Small,
Frank Hasson and William Hickey, who
have been attending St. Vincent College,
Westmoreland county, Pa., are at home
to spend vacation.
Ferry Landing and Privileges Sold.
The lower ferry landing at Aberdeen
and the privileges attiched thereto were
offered at public sale on Saturday and
bought by Capt. James Power for SI, 160.
The property sold is the river front
at the mouth of Fishing Gut Creek
and extending to a point on the shore near
the middle landing. This purchase gives
Capt. Power the entire river front from
the creek named to the upper grade. He
also bought at the same time town lot No.
143, for 575 and lot No. 153 for $305.
Mr. JonN Small, Jr., formerly of Aberdeen,
was dangerously injured at Richmond,
Ind., last Thursday, by a fall from
a window in the second story of a hotel,
where he was boarding. He was sitting in
the window and .falling asleep fell to" the'
ground. The information received is that
his skull was crushed by the fall .and he
was otherwise dangerously hurt. His
father,.M'r.John,SmalHil"eft for Richmond.
piated His Horrid Crime.
Not the Slightest Evidence of Insanity
Washington, D. C, July 1, 1SS2.
QUITEAU WAS BURIED
This afternoon at four o'clock, in the jail
where he was executed, and within a few
feet of the gallows upon which he expiated
his crime. The burial was an informal
removed, and tne sister and brother lor
were moved to tears, and the scene was ; somo tjme viewed the remains.
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the family in prayer.
The presents received were beautiful
and useful and showed the sincere affection
of a family for a kind and indulgent
mother. Mrs. Paul was deeply anectetl by
this unexpected profession of love and
was unable to control her feelings
cienny to respond, ftne is a good woman
and every way worthy of the esteem in
which she is held. May her future be as
bright as the past and may her family always
thus honor her. And when the
Lord sees fit to call her hence may the
angels be ready to greet her.
TITE FACE AND FEATURES
Are said to have been natural and composed.
It required more than a superficial
observation to detect where the surgeon's
knife had cut into the bodv. At
by two of the jail guards, and carried to
the open grave. Then the family, Rev.
Dr. Hicks, Attorney Reed, Miss Ohevallier,
Warden Crocker and several of the jail
guards collected in a circle around it. Just
before the coffin was put into the grave
Mrs. Scoviile placed upon it a floral wreath,
cross and crown. Then Dr. Hicks read a
burial service, and pronounced the benediction.
Mrs. Scoviile also made some
incoherent remarks about the justification
of her brother's course, and all was over.
NOT A TEAR WAS SHED,
Nor was there any evidence of discomposure
on the part of the very few who
witnessed the strange burial. So far as
the family is concerned, the remains will
not again bo disturbed. It is certain, if
they are removed for sepulture elsewhere,
they will be molested. For this reason
Dr.Hicks,to whom Guiteau willed his bod,
prevailed upon the family to allo.v them to
be buried in the jail corridor, and to remain
there forever. There is not now any
desire on the part of any one to remove
them. Although what was left of Guiteau
has been, given after a fashion, decent
burial, all the vital organs have been removed,
and only the shell remained.
The heart, the spleen, the brain and other
portions are at the Army Medical Museum.
The brain will undergo a very critical examination,
and the next feature of the
disgusting business will be a quarrtl
among the doctors. The official report of
the autopsy will hardly be made public
for a week yet.
THE RESULT OV THE AUTOPSY,
So far as concluded, shows nothing abnormal
except the spleen, which was considerably
enlarged, weighing fifteen ounces,
which is twice the usual size. The lungs
and heart were normal, though there was
a slight roughening of the aorto. The
brain, so far as examined, presented no
evidence of disease.
The weight was forty-nine and a half
ounces, which is slightly above the average.
The phvsicians found that the neck
was neither dislocated nor fractured, but
there was a rupture of the sterno clido
mastoid muscle on both sides, and a rupture
of the thyro hyoid membrane. The
man was strangled to death. The brain
is to be frozen and examined in sections.
The report of the surgeons the
autopsy will state positively tlieir opinion
Editor Bulletin: I write with pleasure T,e Mortal Remains of Guitenu Planted as to the mental condition of the man, as
of a little affuir that took place on, Satur- Within the Body of the Jail. j indicated by his brain. So far as opinions
day at the home of Mrs. Lewis Paul in the , j have been expressed by physicians who
"West End of this citv. It being her ar the Gallows Upon Which He Ex-' attended the autopsy,
first birthday, the family and other friends
g. concluded to give her an agreeable sur-
' prise. They gathered up stairs while she
j was dressing for breakfast and profoundly
1.C0 ignorant of what was in store for her.
jjjj i "While she was thus occupied one of the
2.45 young iauiua went uown stairs ana sum
moning Mrs. .Paul into the parlor, gave
her a present and .while she was admiring
it, went to the piano and struck up a
lively march. The family and friends
then marched in procession down stair3,
each bearing a token of love and regard,
ana iormea a circle arounu tne mother,
NO EVIDENCES OF INSANITY
Have yet been discovered. The brain of
the wretch now decorates the interior of a
number of jars in Dr. Lamb's oilice, in the
Army Medical Museum. Portions of it
are in the hands of the microscopist, and
still others are being photographed. The
entire mass was photographed, but not
very successfully. The intention is now
to make as thorough and exhaustive ex
amination ol the brain as is possible. As
affair. About three o'clock John Guiteau, j soon as the various examinations are corn-
Mrs, bcoville, Attorney Keed, Bertha, the plete the report will be prepared. It is
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have the funeral at the hour before named,
preparations were at once made for it.
The grave had alreadv been dug. after removing
the bricks in the lorridor, and
all that remained was for the body to be
placed in it. Meanwhile Mrs. Scoviile, her
daughter and John Guiteau proceeded to
the the chapel on the upper floor, where
the body lay. Tiie lid of the coffin was
be two reports of the autopsy. One will
take the view that the assassin was insane,
and the other the reverse.
THAT POISONED BOUQUET.
The following is printed here, but is
sustained: A Critic reporter
called upon Dr. McWilliams this morning
at his office, and inquired what disposition
had been made of the suspicious bouquet
sent to Guiteau's cell by his sister on the
evening before the execution. Dr. McWilliams
stated that when the bouquet
was given to him by General Crocker he
proceeded to his olfice, and in company
with Dr. Hicks made a careful examina
tion of the flowers, taking them apart and
3:40 the coffin was brought from the chapel i inspecting them minutelv.
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wrong side up and
shaken a fine, white
powder was noticed to fall from the flow
ers. The buds were forced open, and
when the center of the cup was exposed
it was discovered that each bud contained
a small quantity of the powder. The powder
was taken "out and placed in a vial,
and will be submitted to s chemist, if Gen.
Crocker or district attorney Corkhill direct
it, and will be analyzed. As yet no
analysis has been made, and Dr. McWilliams
states that he can not positively state
what the powder is, although he has little
doubt that it is arsenic. It is thought that
if Guiteau had known what was contained
in his bouqquet, or his sister Imd been
admitted to his cell to explain it. as w;s
probably her intention, the assassin could
probably have accomplished
in a comparatively short time by chow-
few of the rose-buds.
"gone to oi.oiiv."
One of the floral pieces brought to the
jail to-day bv Mrs. Scoviile w.is an anchor
three feet high of roses, white pink- and
calla lillies. with an inscr.pnon n purple
immortelles: "Poor Onarle v ! Gme to
FIRE INSURANCE G0MPANJ
riEO. W. ROGERS, ascent, ofnee at T. W.
& Co.'s Market street below Seo-
RS. M. W. COULTER has reopened the
HILL HOUSE and Is prepared to furnish
board by the day or week. Meals furnished to
transient customers at any hour durinu the
LANS & WOBiICK,
Contractors and Builders.
JPj nlshed for nil work, in our line. Shop on
Third street near Wall. Maysville. Ky. 12irn
At the PAVILION, above Judge Stanton's residence iu East
Maysville, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 4th.
MUSIC BY PROFESSOR VENIE'S STRING BAND.
PLATFORM FOR DANCING !
REFRESHMENTS OF ALL KINDS ON THE GROUNDS.
Besftof JDrder,Mainta&ed. Come EVERYBODY.