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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
TUESDAY EVE., JULY 11, 1882.
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flkTTHB EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN
ANY 01 HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN M AYS-VILLE.
We are authorized to announce JAMES P.
HARBESON, ot Fleming county, as a candidate
for Congress, subject to the action of the
Democracy in convention assembled.
We are authorized to annou uce Col. J.SMITH
HURT, of Bath County, as a candidate for
Cousress in the 9th Congressial District at the
next November election. Subject to the action
of the democratic party.
Engineer Melvill has been granted
leave to return home from Siberia, with
Noros and Ninderman.
Admiral Seymour has demanded the
surrendei of Alexandria, and in case of
refusal will open fire upon the forts immediately.
The secretary of the treasury, having
investigated the Boyle counterfeit bonds,
finds them wholly the work of a forger,
and that no large issue of them has been
The Attorney General of Tennessee has
given a written opinion that the, Matrimonial
Associations of that State are benevolent,
not insurance associations, and
are therefore, not amenable to its insurance
Mr. Beecher in a sermon lately defined
his ideas of heaven and hell. He did not
believe there were local ties. He did not
believe in any place of endless torment.
He thought there must be some degree of
punishment ending for a limit to eternity.
That the punishment will be remorse for
sins committed, but ultimately peace and
happiness will come to the souls of all.
Bleaching His Bones.
Washington, D. C, July, 10, Guiteau's
bones have been stripped of the flesh and
are now on the roof ot the Medical Museum
undergoing the bleaching process prepara
tory to placing them on exhibition in the
Our Indiana Cousins.
Connersville, July, 6, 1882.
Ed. Bulletin: A long lost cousin who we
had not seen for over a quarter of a century
met us at Brooksville. He weighs
two hundred and fifty pounds, built up in
proportion and has a heart as biir as the universe,
a bachelor up in the forties cultivated,
refined, with solid charms abounding
his initials are Hamilton Hatcher, born in
Charleston, West Va., a nephew of the
late Jacob T. Rand, at present a prosperous
grocery merchant of this expansive inland
Provicled with richly furnished quarters
at another friend's, MoReeds, nee Miss
Drennen, a worthy ami noted family of the
Ohio Valley, where we enjoyed the bounties
of this fair land, ingeniously prepared
for the inner man with unceasing courtesies
at our command, we were driven
feasted and toasted. The mayor extended J
us the liberties ot the city. Virginia, Maryland
and Kentucky, make up this sectio'n
population and they retain the original
ways of living and advance with the times
ever keeping and offering the traditional
hospitalities to visitors.
The clerk's office of Fayette county, under
the accomplished clerk Tom Little
would enlighten and learn a Kentucky
clerk. In the vault the papers and records
are so complete that a stranger
can single out at a glance anv records from
1819 to 1S82. Little, is a model clerk and
keeps a parlor clerk'soffiee.
The grain harvest excels all other seasons.
The girls are attractive as the flowers
of this blooming valley. Its God's
country too. Cousin Bill.
The republican congressional convention
in the eleventh district meets at
Portsmouth on Thursday. Representative
Neal will doubtless beVemoninnted.
LETTER FROM MRS, SCOVILLE.
She Offers the Mutilated BodyofGuiteau
forSaieto the Highest Bidder for Cash.
Chicago, July 9 -The following letter
was sent yesterdav to Washington:
Chicago, July 8, 1882.
Rev. Dr. Hicks Dear Sir : I hear horrible
reports as to the disposal of my poor
brother's body. I understood it was to
be left quietly where it was buried until
it should be thought safe for us to remove
it to a suitable place for interment. The
paper which I signed said that we should
have the privilege of removing the body
whenever we desired to do so. That contract
has been violated by the removal of
the body to the museum without my permission.
I for one care most decidedly as to everything
connected with his body, and his life
and his memory I care nothing for the
doctors' quarrel on the autopsy. Dr.
T 11 i !. ! P
From "The Times."
Editor of the Times: la reading the last aura-of
your paper,! noticed you asked all who bad
been benefited by the letter published In your
valuable paper about a year ago, to wrijeyou
the facts for publication. The letter from Dr.
Bates created u great amount of excitement In
this vicinity, as he la well and favorably
known by every one here. His reputation as
a mat) and as a physician gave everyone the
utmost confidence in all his statements, and
this of course soon made the name "Kendall's
Spavin Cure "not only familiar but very popular.
In reply to your request I will say:
About nine years ago I slipped on the ice and
sprained my right limb at the knee Joint. I
was very lame and suffered exciuclating pain
much of the time since, and some of the time
thought I should be crippled for life. Dr. Bates'
letter printed in your paper gave me so much
confidence in the virtues of "Kendall's Spaviu
Cure" that I tried it for my knee and less than
one bottle completely me so that I have had
no return of pain or lameness, for which, of
course, I cannot feel too thankful. Since my
recovery I have visited friends in the west and
found that the following parties have used it
with the grandest results in that part of the
country. The Rev. John Rice, Herniate, Moy
used It on his own person for an injury of 3d
years standing and performed one or the most
wonderful cures i ever nearu or. j. u. mc-
umius report is conclusive evidence oi ciure, Stony City, Kansas, cured a
nis insanity; out, aside irorn mat, 1 can, il i rated aim poisoned nana, trom a nog nice ami
necessantca a ti if npw who saw trie nn. ! also removed an enlargement near the hip
fitness whlchhadb and troublesome.
topsy and will tell the truth, and who says JnG also used it for pleurisy arse and found that
there is not a shadow of a doubt of Gui- bathing his chest with it relieved him at once.
limanifv m nrovprl bv whit- Hp qaw Ta m surprise I found that this wonderful
teau s insanity, as proven oy w nac ne saw
, remetfy wa better known lu the west than it
of the autopsy. Of course such evidence was iU the east, and I found they were using It
destroys the will, the donation of the bodf J there lor all animals as well a? on human tlesh
me uook, ronvriwbt ana nil T tnitik T I 1 with the wfierever best of results, and I find so
rignc cages Iso to confirm the favor-
understand why the copyright was wanted; able opinion I had already formed of it that I
whv notes of his last hours and sa vinos am elad of an ooortunitv ot tellintr the readers
ivprp wanted, wliv the story ot the "nnia. ' of your valuable paper what 1 have learned In
to lt Hoping to hear from others upon
oned pellets and the poisoned boquel was , this very important subject, especially import-
Some people think theGuiteau business
is ended; but as the shout went up from '
the crowd as the signal announced that,
Charley Guiteau was hanging in mid air, j
I said the Guitean business had just be- j
gun. The Stalwarts have put their foot in
it. Why? Because many people believe
that every official, from the President.
down, knew he was as crazy as a loon. It j
would have been cheaper for the Stal-i
warts to have taken care of Guiteau. Their
purpose, as I understand it, was to allay
any suspicion of any complicity anywhere !
in the murder of Garfield. How have'
they succeeded? The course they have'
taken has been the very one to arouse
Now, Mr. Hicks, I appeal to you to take
such a course as will protect the President, !
and through him the Stalwarts, from any
suspicion in the future. I should be very
sorry to have the Republican party wrecked
by a suspicion. My poor, crazy brother
wTas just crazy enough to take a "hint conveyed
to him by artful politicians, and
carry it out successfully just crazy enough
to impart his secret to one who would
ant to those who have suffered for jears like
myself, I remain, Yours, &c ,
Elmira, N . Y , September 17, NHI.
August wheat SI VSXA
u pork 22.4V
"lard 12 85
11 corn 80
July wheat : 1 32
Corrected dally by G. W. Geisel, grocer, Second
street, Maysvllle, Ky.
Limestone 8 7 75
Maysvllle Family i 73
Muy&viile City 7 50
Mason Couuty .. 7 CO
Kentucky Mills i 0 75
Butter, lb 25S3)
Egs, W doz Yl
Meal'f) peck 3u
Molasses, fancy &0
Coal Oil, gal 20
never be suspected of being his confidant,1 Sugar, grauuiated ft 11H
and who did not himself realize the yellw 9io
portanceor wnac newastoiu, Dutwno uams, sugar cured j it
veyed it to one who did realize the whole Bacon, breakiaat ty to ,
purport of the revelation, especially when , Beans wsaUon.. J. so
taken in conjunction with several" letters ' Potatoes pecklV.V.'.V.V.V. V.'V".V.V.V.V.V.V.r.!! 202n
pnnrnvo1 anpmfhr r fhia cnma Ymarr frt Coffee.
:i 'J:' r J "J V i . l i r i . I Dried Peaches
liju puuiy cruzy ujuu lrum ins ceu to ilia
sister. He took this way of posting her.
Murder will out, and this came out after
the poor fellow was in glory. I have some
letters from Charles which I shall very
soon have published.
I have a mortgage of $500, now overdue,
on my household goods, aud I am negotiating
with a clothing firm to buy Charles9
hat, "&c, for enough to meet the interest.
Starvation and want stare me in the face
unless I can realize something from his
effects. The most important part of his
estate are the copyright of his book and
the market value of his poor body. Nothing
but dire necessity induces me to think of
my brother's body as an article of traffic;
but as it has already been desecrated I
now offer what remains of his mutilated
body to the highest bidder for cash. My
feelings have already been shocked and
lacerated beyond restoration. Now I desire
to have you surrender to my legal
representative in Washington my brother's
remains, copyright and every thing left by
him. Frances M. Scoville,
A Tree With 200 Birds' tfest.
N. Y. Sua.
An old elm stands near the depot in
Fair street, Kings1;on, N. Y., which is a
favorite building place for birds. More
than 200 nests have been counted anions
its branches this season, and the birds fill
the old tree with song. It is the admiration
of every visitor. Many go to hear
the singing of the birds in the morning.
A reservoir broke Monday at Lebanon
Ohio, and deluged the valley below it.
Houses were swept away but no lives
were lost, The damage is estimated at$50,-090.
Lj'OR SAIjE At low prices privately twelve
JC pure Jeisey Cows most of them young aud
S VliE A valuable patent Overdraw
Check Rein Attachment tor bridles, one fi
the finest patents In use. State lights for sale.
Address F.G. McKIBBEN,
Je2:tf . Augusta, Ky.
! LOST I JLO vr 1 A good tit if you
LOST not leave your orders with the Fifth
Ward Tailor. marSltf J. H. WEDDING.
riiHIS certifies that the advertisement which
X appeared in the last two issues of this paper
by Ovrus Russell, were made without any authority
granted him by the terms of the partnership
of Dodson, Hugglns fc Co. He (Russell)
not owning a dollar of Its cash capital only
an interest in Its teams, floats and tools, and
was on a salary, and the late firm of Dodson,
Hugglns t&Co.t do not in any way hold themselves
bound by any contract made by said
Cyrus Russell, JOS. H. DODSON,
THE firm of EODSON, HUGGINS & CO., is
X this day dissolved by mutual consent, Cyrus
Russell rotiriug. The business will pe
by Jos. H.'Dodsoh and
Geo. W.Hugzlus. under the firm name of DODSON
& HUGGINS. JOS. H, DODSON,
. GEO. W. HUGGINS.
Maysvllle, Ky., July 7t 1882. JySdtf
THOS. BRANCH & CO.,
uuuiiriiuoi u n muiuiinii iui
! RICHMOND, VA.
consignments of GRAIN. Make
SOLICIT advances with bill lading in hand,
' prompt returns given charges reasonable. El-!
evators with capacity of 4WfiUQ bushels,
dlatly on line of Chesapeake and Ohio Rail-i
J. R. SOUSLEY,
Architect, Contractor and Builder.
furnished and work warranted.
ESTIMATES on Fouilh Siieet between
Market and Limesloue. marl Otndaw
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
The 3Iobt Successful Kemcly tver discovered,
as It is cettain it it etiects aim does
not blister. READ PROOF RELuW.
From Rev P.N. GRANGER.
Presiding Elder of the St. Albans District .
toT. Albans, Vt., Jan., -0, 1880.
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 otyoiu agent, and with it, cured
a horse oi lameness caused by a bmiviu. Last
season my horae 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 worse, when I discovered that a
was forming, I procured a bottle ol Ken
deli's Spavin Cure and with less than a bottle
cured him so that lie is not lame, neither can
the bunch be found. Respectfully yours.
Perseverance Will Tell.
Stkouohtgn, Mass,, March 10, 1830.
B.J. Kendall & Co.. Gents: In justice to
you and myself, I thluk I ouhr to let you
know that I have removed two bone spavins
with Kendall's Spaviu Cure,' one very large
oue, don't know how long the spavin had
been there. I have owned the horse eight
months. It took me four months to take the
large oue oil aud two ior the small one. I have
used ten bottles. The hors Is entirely well,
uot at all stiff, and no 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 gieat.
Respectfully youts, Ckas. E. Parker.
Kendall'sSpavinCure issurein its effects,
mild in Its action as It does not blister, yet It Is
peuetratlngand powerful to reach a every deep
seated pain or to remove any bony growth or
other enlargement, sucn as spavlus, splints,
curbs. callous, spraius, swellings, auy lameness
and all enlargements ot the joints or limbs, or
rheumatism in man and ior auy purpose for
which a liniment is used for man or beast. It
is now known to be the best liniment for man
ever used, acting mild and yet certain in its
Send' address for Illustrated Circular which
we think gives positive proof of its virtues. No
remedy has ever met with such unqualified
success to our knowledge, for beast as well as
Price SI. per bottle, or six bottler for 35. Alt.
LitUGGiSTd have It or can get it for you or it
will be sent to anv address on receipt of price
by the proprietors. DR. B. J. KENDALL &
CO. Enosburgh Falls, Vermont, j7d.
my stable near Helena Station, KyM
FROM July 7th, a BROWN MARE, about
Itj hands high, 6 years old, rather thin In flesh,
but ot good style. I will give a liberal reward
tor her return to me, or for information leading
to her recovery.
jlldltwlt LEE THOMAS.
Four Doors Below the Postoffice
HAS OPKNED HIS
ICE CREAM PARLORS-
Ice Cream forsAie by the gallon or half gallon,
Wedding Parties furnished on short notice.
Ap?x trkf nAildvnthomfl. Sam tiles worth
ulu $H fc tree. Address Stinson & Co,