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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 5, 1833.
ALtiiotruir tticlr rails tire klvorcd up,
Tlicy nto witli steady nerves
Building culverts on tlfo sheets
And putting dowti the curves.
And for tills pluck and energy,
Tlio people lmvo to thauk,
Our enterprising citizens
Robertson and Frank.
Dr. T. II. N. Smith has put down a
freestone pavement in front of his residence
on Third street.
Workmen' are engaged to-day digging
a trench acros3 Second street extension,
for the purpose of draining the stagnant
pond at tho side of it.
The Annual Conference of the Lexington
District Association of the Baptist
Church, has been postponed from tho
10th to tho 17th inst. An excursion train
will be run from this place on that day.
Excunsioxi3Ts should not fail to secure
a $3,000, accident insurance ticket, in the
Travelers. It costs but 2o cents a day
and can be issued for any number of davs.
Apply to M. F. Marsh, agent, Sutton
The following persons qualified as Justices
of the Peace for Mason county Monday,
to-wit: S. E. Mastin, with Allen
Pumpelly surety; James Chamberlain,
with Geo. W. Martin surety, and John
M. Ball, with S. E. Mastin surety.
The case of D. J. Murphy charged with
assaulting John Claire on the 28th u!t.,
came up before the Mayor, Monday
morning and resulted in the warrant being
dismissed as regarded Mr. Murphy,
and in Clair being fined $2 and costs.
Corn and Wnrt Care.
Gezou's remedy for coma and warts is
prepared as follows :
It. Salicylic Acid 30 grains
Ext. Indian Hemp 10 grains
Collodion XA ounce
Strawberry Short Cake.
One quart of flour, sifted dry, with two
large teaspoonfuls of baking powder, one
tablespoonful of sugar, and a little salt,
add three tablespoonfuls of butter, and
sweet milk enough to make a soft dough.
Bako in a quick oven, and when
cooled split open, spread with butter
and cover with a layer of strawberries,
well sprinkled with sugar ; lay the
other half on top and spread in the same
The sequel to the attempted elopement
to Aberdeen of a party of children,
in tho Bulletin last week, i given in
tho following dispatch from Richmond,
Ky., where they lived :
The runaway girls, Misses Lucv and Heitle
Taylor, have returned to their homes here
only to 11 nd u mother and a
displeased father. They took In many of the
Important towns of Kentucky towards Aberdeen,
Ohio, but when undertaking to cross
to Aberdeen thjey were arrested by the police
and held for further orders from the father
here. Ho gave Instructions to let the .senior
girl marry Mr. Peck and directed that the
younget oo brought home. This scared the
boys out. They turiud the girls toward
home, coming as far as Loxlngtou with them.
The girls gladly came back home by themselves.
The boys have skipped the country.
The girls aro much to be pitied. and the heart
broken family have the warmest sympathy
of the commuulty.
Death of John J. Hullins.
Mr. John James Mullins, an old and
valued citizen, and for many years one of
our most prominent and successful business
men, died at t his residence in this
city, on Monday night, at fifteen minutes
after nine o'clock. He was born in tho
city of Cork, Ireland, October 1st, 1821,
and at the age of nineteen years, after a
brief business experience in his native
city, went to the island of Barbodo3 in
tho West Indies, whoro he remained
about ten years and acquired the business
experience which formed tho ground
work of his success Inter in life. It was
hero that he fust met Miss Hannah
Jones, who afterward became his wife,
and Mr, Daniel Hunt, who was for many
years his associate in tho dry goods
business in this city. In ISoO he
camo to Philadelphia, and later was for a
shoit time an employe of tho great
house of A. T. Stow art & Co., of New
York. He came to Maysville about the
year 1831, and was a clerk in the establishment
of W. V. Lamar, then one of
leading dry goods houses of the city. In
tho fall of 1854 ho embarked in tho dry
goods business on his own account with
Mr, Daniel Hunt as his partner, which
ho successfully conducted until 1SS0,
when, on account of failing health, he
wits obliged to retire from active business
Ho was an educated and cultivated
gentleman, of fine social qualities; and
of an extremely kind and charitable
disposition. His benevolence was one
of tho marked features of his life ami
there aro many persons in this Jcity who
have causa to remember with gratitude his
unobtrusively kind acts. Ho was a conscientious
and consistent member of the
church and a good and useful citizen
whoso removal from tho midst of us will
beg'onorally deplored.' -Tho" funeral will
itako place droni St. Patricks Church tomorrow
morning at nine o'clock.
Mr. Roby McCall, of the steamer Bonanza,
spent the day in Maysvillo yesterday.
Mrs. M. J. Morford, who 1ms been very
sick, her friends will be pleased to learn,
Mrs. C. Altmeyer mil her interesting
little daughter. Lotta, of Vanceburg, Ky.,
are visiting relatives in thus city.
There Is a darkeved gentleman In this
town who Is unusally fond of children, Indeed
It Is renmikable. We never seen anything
to equal It.
Miss Gus Fulton, one of pur heautlos ol
commanding appeaiance, hasieturned from
her lengthy visit at, Defiance, O., to her rutnl
homo at Snaiondalo.
A new store has opened of stnvp and
on Main street, which was greatly need
ed in our town. It would be to the luteiest of
all to give htm a call.
We certainly must have been misinformed
In regard to the U i etna suppoitlng an
this summer. It was only a myth like
some other good things what might have
Friday ovenlng a tall gentleman with merry
brown eyes who lode a untgulllctMit
spirited bay steed, did nothing but exeroNehlfl
noble steed up and down the pike. Somebody
thought It looked so selfish.
A floating ondlt Is that our town Is soon to
have a distinguished wedding of lemarkabie
biilllancy, some wlieie In the Ideality f
Sharondide. This antluipnted event Is quite
an impetus in creatlug a tipple among society
Col. Gus Simmons believes In keeping up
with the piogifss of these advancing days.
He has two stieet lights stationed In liont of
his elegant resldonce. the b llllaut lllmlia
lion ot evenings giving It eveiy appearance
of a fashionable wateiing lesoit.
Tho supper given for the benefit of the
tent pet ance cause was laigely attended b th
night", and eveiybmly seemed to oi Joy themselves
In helplim so noble a cause.
"Tls to thy niles, o, Tempeinnce, that we
All pleasme that rom health mid stiength
Financially It pioved a grand success.
"When neonlo h"ln to talk about you with
ntallcloun Intent ami their reports are a false
us their lieaits aie black, the way to accept
such things Is to raise your eyes heavenward
and thank God that while they ate talKlim
about you, somebody else is having a rer
from their foul to gues. 8o oneoualit to be
thankful, lor this is what one can call true
It Is the latest style among ladles of
and refinement to indu ge tnelr rostheUc
taste In adorning their thioats with a delicate
spray of some favorite flower. We met
one lovely blonde on the stieet, several days
ago, with a petite bunch of violets resting
under her dimpled chin, which- hatmoitlzed
with her modest demeanor. Hlppona sports
her favorite Mower, which is a arleuited
called the Sensation. It is greatly admired,
Friday morning, June 1st., was heralded In
with n clour blue sky and the beaming rays
of the sun, accompanied by a biee.eof balmy
softness. But tho most entrancing feature of
the morning to Hlppona was In listening
to some Italian harpers, whoie execution
on the violin was rendered In a mot
artistic manner. The gentle breeze waftedtto
our window the sweet, soft pleadluu nots of
an opera air. What is sweeter thau the lloat
lug strains of violin nuiIc.
Street lights are rapidly appearing nlons
Main street. The last one put up has almost
verged into the suburb. We believe In progress
within the incorporation limits, A
neglect hitherto on the part of the citizens,
which Is a detriment to their interest, Is In
not having sutllclent light on tho pike for the
wedding couples, who need plenty of light to
dliect them on the rond that leads to happl
nes. Many people don't know we have two
hotel, as they have no light at the Euls Hotel
to vee the Hotel sign.
THE HAD IJOY.
He Abnutb ns the Soda Water Busine.-for
the Stane, and Proposes to llecome
a Star of the Frist Mnsriiituile.
"You look sleepy," s 'id the grocery
man to the bad boy, as he came in the
store yawning, and stretched himself out
on the counter with his head on a pile of
brown wrapping paper, in reach of a box
of raisins, ''what's the.mattei4? Been
sitting up with vonrgirl all night ?
"Naw! I wish I had. Wakefulness
with my girl is sweeter and more restful
than sleep. No, this, is the result of being
a dutiful sop, 'and I am tired. You
!ee pa and ma have separated. That is.
not for keep?, but pa has got frightened
about burglars, and ho noes into the attic
to sleep. He says it iso get fresh air,
but ho knows better. Ma h. s got so accustomed
to pa's snoring that she cin't
go to sleep without it, and the first night
pa left she didn't sleep a wink, and yesterday
I was playing on an old accordeon
that! traded a "dog collar for after our
dbg was poisoned, and when I touched
the low notes I noticed ma dozed off to
sleep, it sounded so much like pa's snore
and last night ma made mo set up and
play, her to sleep. She rested "splendid
but I am all broke up and I sold tho ac
cordeon this mornirg to the watch-man
who watches our block. It is queer what
a different effect music will have on dil -
ferent neonlo. While ma was sleenin
the sleep of innocence under the influence
of my counterfeit of pa's snore, the
night watchman was broke 01 his rest bv
it. and he bought it of me to give it to
the son of an enemy of his. Well, I have
..i. ,.,.'-;.,,, on.ln
ijuil juifllj rvt.ti.
" No, you don't tell me," said tho g
cery man, as he moved the box of raisins'
out of reach. "You never will
amount to anything unless you stick to
one trade or piofession. A rolling hen
never catches tho early angleworm."
"0. but I am all light now. In the
soda business, thore is no chance for
genius to rise, unless tho soda fountain
explodes. It is all wind, and one gets
tired of constant iiz. He feels that he is
a fraud, and when ho puts a little syrup
in a tumble, and flies u little sweetened
wind and water in it, until the soap suds
fills tho tumbler, and charges ten cent3
for that which onlv costs a cent, a sensitive
soda jerker, who has reformed, feels
that it is worse than three card monte. I
couldn't stand the wear on my conscience,
fto I have got a permanent' job as
a super, and shall open the 1st ot September."
" Sav, what's a super ? It isn't one of
these free lunch places, that the mayor
closes at midnight, is it?" and the grocery
man looked sorry.
""0, thunder, you want salt on you. A
super is an adjunct to tho stago. A supo
is a fellow that assists the stars and
things, carrying chairs and taking, up
carpets, and sweeping the sand off the
stage after a dancer has danced a jig, and
ho-brings beer for tho actors, and helps
laco iipTcofsetijahd anything t;hat he can
do to add to the effect of the play.
vately. now, I have been acting as a supo
for a long time, on tin sly, and my folks
didn't know miythitnr about it, but since
1 reformed and deci led to be uood, I felt
it my duty to tell ma and pa a'loitt it.
llio news broke ma all up, at lir.st, but
pa saw. some oi tne oust actir.s in this i
country were stipes and some of day school te.oher murht to bring up northern
were now and he thought Miplna .0iul reminlstence.s before a class of
wouiu ne mo oi me. ma innmim i
going on tho st tine would be mv rttiini
tion. She wild the theatre was tin I
1 of sin, and brought more rum than
the chinch could head oil'. But when I
told her that they always gave a supo
two or three tickets for his family,
she said the theater had some redeeming
features, and when I said my entrance
upon the sftuo would give tne "a splendid
opportunity to gt the recipe tor fine
powder from the aetivsses, for ma. and I
could Hud out how the actresses manaued
to net number four feet into number one
shoe, ma said sho wished I would commence
supine light off. Ma says there
are some thinus about the the'.ter that
are not .so n I fired bad, and s1 o wants me
to net seats for the first comic opota that
cnini's along Pa want- it understood
with the tnanag"r that a stipe's
h -s a rinht to n" behind s t 8"e
that noli inn befall him but I kt.ow
what p wants, lie ma'vseem pi 'tis, .nd
all that, but he like- to look at l Met
nirls bettet than any meek and lowly
follower I ever saw. and some d iv o
will hear music in the air. Pa di'tiks
theaters are very bad, win n he h s to
p.n u dollar font reserved seat, hut wuen
he can net in tot no'hing a a relative of
one of the 'perfeh,' the theater has in.iny
redeem g qualities Pa ami inn think I
am gohu ino the business and
green, but I know all about it. Whn I
played with McCillounh ii.e one"
"O, what vou givin' in'tt d the gr
m.m in "wmMi um pl.ve1
with McCnlliiug'i ! Wnat did vou d ?"
"Wlnt d d I do? Why. you obi
cucumber, the whole nbv centered
around mo Do von rememhr the
in the Roman forum. u.'ii
add reused the po ulnce of Rome. I was
the popul ice. Don't you remember a
s nail feller standing in tront i.f th
orator tak.nn it in; with u ni.dit
shirt on, with hare legs 1'hi.t
was me ami everythinn le' end d on me.
Suppose I hud none oil' he stage t the
cri'ical moment, or when 1
should have h oke.l fi re- at 'lie in iivd
words of tne R m. an senator it would
have been a du' give aw v m
A the populace of II .el consider
mse f a n.ir'erinn s c , nti t M-took
me by the ban 1 "hev i-ar d
Cie.sar'.s do d b.dv '
out, in t -at t, us
three did ouryelves jlrmid ' M; t ut se
from McCullough i stl'.u uc nl d to a
stipe. But I ilim'tconci ' r tne p.. ul e
of tlie im'ieral city Roiiio n y
When I excel i.- in c t'n 'in Kilt
oefor the curtain be' ween -1,- ft.s niul
unhookmn ttie cirpet. s.nie g
out and turn their to toe ,niii nee
snowing pan ties ami no tin 'he c met
with no style about them, and the dut
then, and the bo s yell'supe' and the
supegets nervous aud .s ,N rue ami
goes off tumbling over the e..n et. und
tie orchestra It uler is afraid the supe will
tad on him. But I no out with a quiet
d'gnity that is only gained by experience,
and 1 take hold of tnec'rpet tie
wav Hamlet takes up the skill1 of Yorcb,
and the audience is paralvzed. I kneI
down on the carpet to unhook it. in 1 devotional
S' rt of a way that makes h audience
bow their heads as th unn they
were in church .and bet" ire they real
I am only a stipe I have the carpet
unhooked und march out the wjv a
'Piscopal minister does when he goes ut
between the acts at chutch to change his
shirt. They never ' guy ' me, cause I
act well my part. But I ktck on hold
inn dogs fr actresses. Some amies think
they are made if they can hoiil a don,
but I have an ambition that 11 pun dog
wi'l not fill. I held Man- Anderson's
cud of gum once, while she went on the
stage, and when she come ofl and took
her gum her hngers touched mine and I
had to run my tinners in my hair to warm
them, like a" fellow does" when he Ins
been snow balling. Gosh, but she
wpuld freeze ice cream without salt. I
shall be glul when the theatrical season
opens, 'cause we actors get tired laying
"Well, I'd like togo behind the scenes
with you some niiht, said the grocery
man o'fferihg the b id boy an orange tb
get solid with him, in view of future
complimentary tickets. "No danger, is
" No danger if you keep off the grass.
But you'd a dide "to see my Sund iy school
teacher one Saturday nigpt last summer
tie keeps books in a store, an is nrettv
. soon week d , but tie can tell you more,
1 about Daniel in the lion's den on Sunday
than anybody. He knew that I was solid
at the theatre, and vvante I me to get him
behind the st.enesoiieninlit,and another
supe wanted to goto the span uig ni itch,
, and I thought it wouldn't be onv harm
to work my teacher in, so I got him a job
.1.... ..:..!... hold the .1.... V.. .1.,. IT....I
Tom's Cibin show. He was in one of
the wings holding the ch.dns, and the
dogs were just anxious to go on, and it
was all my teacher could do to hold them
I told hi 111 to wind the chains around his
wrists, and he did so, and just then Eliza
began to &kip across the ice, and we
the blood hounds on beiore my teacher
could unwind the chains from bis
wrists, and the dogs pulled him right out
on the stage, on his stomach, and thawed
him iicros, ami he jeiKeu ono uog aim
kicked linn in the stomach, and tlio dog
turned on my teacher an I took a mouthful
of his coat tail and shook it, and I
guess tho dog got some meat, anyway he
climbed up a step ladder, and tho dogs
treed him, and tho stop ladder foil down,
and we grabbed tho dogs and put somo
court plaster on tho teacher's noso, where
tho fire extinguisher pooled it, and ho
said ho would go home, causo tho theatre
was demoralizing in its tondoncies.
I sposo it was not right, hut when the
teacher stood up to hear our Sunday
school lesson the next day, cause ho was
tired whore tho dog hit him, and I said,
in a whisper, when his back
was turned, and ho jumped clear over to
tho Bible class, and put his hand around
to his coat tail as thouzh ho thought tho
IJncle Tom's Cabin party woro giving a
matinee in tho church. The Sunday
school lo3son was ab,ou;t the dog's licking
the sores of Lazarus, and tho teacher said
we mut not confound the good dogs of
Bible tiniH wild the suvaae beasts of tho
prudent day. that would shake the daylights
out of Lazarus and mnkeh'in climb
the cedars of Lebanon quicker than you
could Hay Jack Itibinson, and go oil"
chowimr the cud of bitter reflect! n on
!..... ens' ..nit t..ii T ,i't ti.inb ,. st.,n
ti,en do vou ? Weh, some time next fall
you put on a clean chirt and a pair of
sheet iron pants, with stove leus on the
inside, and 1 will t..ke you behind the
cenes to tee some nood moral show. In
the meantime, if you have occasion to
talk with pa, tell Kim that Booth, Bariett
and Keeno commenced on the stage as
stipes, und Salvina roistcd peanuts in
tho lobby of some theatre. 1 want our
lolks to feel that I am taking tho rinht
course to become a star. I prythe au
reservoir. I go hens, but to return.
I" And the bad boy walked on his
toes a la Booth.
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The 'irniuous match safe is a novelty
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Thev are sold at G. A. MoCtuthey's
queenswure store on Sutt n street. j4U2t
lo Buyer. ot Clothing.
I take this method of informing my
friends in Maysville and vicinity that I
am now with C. R. Mabley & Co. The
mammoth clothiers of Cincinnati. All
orders forstiits, goods &v., sent in my care
will receive my personal attention.
Goods will be sent on approval to re
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RETAIL MA UK KT.
Corrected daily by G. W. atuaaL, grocer.
He aud stieet, Maysville, K7.
L'mestone 8 7 Ci
M lysvllle Family 0 -to
Old Gold 7 IK)
Mason County 25
Kentucky Mllis t (X)
Butter. m 1620
Lird,l 5 15
Es.Tridoz :... ItHi
Meal W peck 'M
Molavses, fancy 75
Coal Oil. V gal. 20
Suizar. aranulated V tb 11
" A. $ th 10
" yellowy tti 8Q9
Hams, suur cuieJ t tb 15
Uacou, hteaktast V - 15
Homiuy.y uaiiou v
Ueaus V aallou i-
Potatoes peck. 25
Uotlee l: C15
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Leive Hlue Licks at 5 o'clock a. in., and re.
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miles oelow Maysville, Ky., at which time It
will be given to the lowest aud best bidder,
Each proposal must bo accompanied wllh x
plan of the brldue. The company reserves'the
light to reject all bids If not satisfactory, t
will show lite situation to any one desiring It.
ISAAC PEUOS President.
IRIplev nee copy until the 15th aud send bill
to this otllce.J
NOTICE OF REMOVAL,
T OSF1MI H.DODSON will lemovo his grain
) business, on the 1st of July, from the
enlsiaud n Sutton stieet, wiieiehe has been
engaireii the past ten yeais, to the giange
win ehotise, cm tier ot Second and Wall streets
opposite Oaulton's stable, when' it will be
conducted by h.s successor, DOPSON &
The new tlrin will continue the Grain,
Leaf Tobacco and Coal business in all of its
blanches and keep on hand the best grades of
I'omeioy, and Raymond City
Ka awiiaaii'i (lliicksmlth coal. Ulth'es: cor
ner nf Wall and Second in it coal otllce and
yatd Flout street above lowergrade.
Jfdlm IIODsON & KRAZEE.
irE will offer at Public Sale on Tuesday,
T June 'iGih, at two o'clock, p. in., at our
Caniage Factory, a Trotting. Sulky, the
ol Frank Camden. It will behold to pay
for the repairs. Wl LSON & DIETRICH.
THJE PUl'GXO i:T CUKAl
mcu3ldly SUTTON STREET.
A, R, GLASCOCK k CO,,
Is the best place to get bargains lu
G. W. GEISEL,
So. 9,W. Neeoml St., 0,0icrn If otine,
Fruits aud Vegetableslu season, Your
a x;e respectfully solicited.
Utu.hair If drunKiit hiin't
BLONDINE ii.teuu ioKreniu,j'Driam8r.
m'fr. 154 W 4tliSt..Cm. lie.
bottta, 1, exteii pail, t J,
1 T I li"" - -"-
( ui I di aui'.lou of Kidneys, Liver and
laid r Uric 1 itV poll's, anuwuiueies,
nlaatiie Mmi6 it me
(tins; iv j 1 L'v.' 1 i"HKitiuii,
our'toitiacti, (.out uropsicul r va z
A B Wr
3G Bos 03 for -1 Cures Gout,
Sl.U u. ijry Rheumatism ol
the Joints, vomit
(OK. - Inira. IiifliitnmatlOIlOl
GLV thel'rethra. A Specific foi
Stono in the Hladdcr; Lucoa
ni.tftses of tho Prostalt
GlauJ, Uright's Disoiiseof the Kidneys,
J. T. LEE, Cincinnati, O.
FRANK R. PHISTER
Has lust tecelved 500 copies of
A Treatise on the Horse
Ami IIIS DISEASES,
By Dr. B. J. KENDALL.
The bost work for the money published.
Address mall orders to
FRANK R. PI1I8TER,
myOdAvvtf Maysville, Ky.