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DAILY EVENINft BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, EVE., JULY 22, 1882.
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The pesky, stinging skeelers bold,
Among our other ills,
Are here and like the Congressmen,
And getting in their bills.
Let's carry out the scripture law,
And smile that skeeter dead,
For, who so sheddeth blood of man,
By man shall his be shed.
For first-class mosquito bars, sixteen
yards eacb, ready-made. Call on H. G.
In Time of Peace Prepare for War.
Mosquito bars ready made, very cheap at
jyl9d2w Hunt& Doyle's.
Yerdict for $3,500.
In the circuit court Friday, 21st inst.,
the jury in the case of Jefferson Watson
vs. Lewis Jefferson, administrator of Cunningham
Holliday, deceased, returned a
verdict for $3,500 .in favor of the plaintiff.
The defendant filed a motion for a new
trial Saturday, which was overruled by
the court. The case will probably go to
the court of appeals.
The Blue Licks Battle Monument Association
met this week at the Springs to
select a site for the proposed monument.
The spot chosen is one overlooking the
buildings at the Spr ngs, the wooded
heights of the Licking, and a long stretch
of the country of the two counties of Nich
olas and Eobertson. It is within two hundred
yards of the spot were Colonel John
Todd fell in the first fire opened upon his
column by. the Indians.
Has it ever occurred to our readers that
Aberdeen would be a charming place for a
summer resort? Nestling closely at the
foot of those lovely river hills, it has all the
charms of an Arcadian hamlet. How cool
and inviting those pleasant little cottages ;
how delightfully refreshing the moonlight
excursions upon the water ; how invigorating
the public baths along theriver front ;
how inspiring the copious draughts of
"medicated water." And, then, occasion
ally to vary the monotony, one may step
over to the 'squire's and get married.
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Dr. Thomas H. N. Smith will leave tomorrow
for Esculapia Springs, and expects
to be absent about a week, The Bulletin
wishes him a pleasant visit.
Mr. Charles Herbst, of Macon, Ga., a
former Maysviile boy, is here to-day renewing
his old friendships. He is a welcome
visitor to our community.
Master Harry Owens and Will. Stockton,
two of pur expert young wheelmen, left
Maysviile on Thursday, on their velocipedes
for Lewisburg. Theyjuriyed there
safely, dined with Mr. A. K. Marshall
and returned in the afternoon. They made
good time both ways.
White cm vats are much worn by gentlemen.
That's why so many are used in
the Bulletin office.
We desire to ttate that the press of business
will deiain us from visiting any of
the summer resorts this season. However
we hope by next year to have ail of our
deliquent subscribers square on our books.
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ULlgll HUUIULV 1U uui uuuit? UU LUtJ IIVOI
this year. It is too much of a give away
on shanks, shins', and bald heads.
A Wilde fact soberly announced is that
embroidered mustard plasters i3 the fashion
for highly Aesthetic invalids in
Set it down as Fashion's law,
To hook your flu Into her claw,
And as you sail along the street
The mob will say, oh ! too, too sweet.
" I. can't marry you, Adolphus, besause
there is no community of interest between
us; we think alike about nothing."
"Oh, yes, we do, Susette."
"Indeed we do not there is nothing
we agree about."
" If I tell you something we agree about
darling, will you consent to marry me?"
"I will, indeed and you can bet your
sweet life the wedding won't take place."
" Well, Susette, suppose we were traveling
and came to a hotel, and there was
but one room, containing two beds, and
in one bed was a man and in the other a
woman, now which would you prefer to
' Why the one containing the woman,
"Well, so would I."
The wedding took place three weeks
later, under a wedding bell made ot sunflowers
and while the organ
played u The babboon married the
monkey's sister." No cards.
The new shade of blue is called the
Johny Kirk blue and will be introduced
here next August, at the same time as water
melons just after the election.
Advice to those contemplating marriage
: As soon as possible put the green
baby into a. baby carriage and push it
along the sidewalk, running into everybody
with it and getting admiring crowds
at the crossings to worship it. "This will
give the little one some idea of the way of
getting on in the world in later years.
The best dressing for children is the sole
of a slipper. It should be gently swayed
in the air above them and applied vigorously
to correct any faults they may have.
Fairy Land in Maysyiile.
The East End Reed and Cornet Band
will repeat the fete this evening at the
school grounds in East Maysviile, and will
offer more, attractions than usual. There
will be a large stage for dancing, music by
the Aberdeen and East End Bands, and
refreshments of all kinds.
A. fete at the pavilion corner of Second
and Short streets, is also announced to
take place this evening. A large stage
will be provided for dancing, and the
music will be by the Maysviile Orchestra,
comprising six well known musicians.
Good order will be maintained, and refreshments
of all kinds can be obtained on
On Monday evening there will be a fete
in the beautiful grounds in the rear of Mr.
Tim Mendall's business house on Second
street. There will be good music and the
best facilities for dancing. Refreshments
of all kinds will be provided.
The Latest "News."
1,000 yards of Lawns at 5 cents a yard.
2,000 yards best Calicoes at 5 cents a yard.
100 pair Seamless Socks at 5 cents a pair.
Yard wide Bleached Cottons, worth 10
cents, selling at 7 cents. f
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24 Market street.
Religious. Although the whole world knows that
Ther usual service will be held at St. the republican organ is a colossal one, it
Patrick's Church to-morrow by Rev. J. B. doesn't seem to have as much pith in it as
Glorieux, the pastor. !one might suppose. It is in a feeble state
On account of the absence from the citv
of the Rev. J. K. Pace, there will be no
services at the Baptist church, to-morrow.
The Rev. W. D. Powers, of the Church
of the Nativity, being absent from the city
there will be no service there to-morrow
morning or evening.
The Presbvteryof Ebenezer has decided
to defer action on the resignation of the
Rev. A. R. Kennedy until the regular
meeting of that body next September.
Rev. Mr. Bradford, of the Tollesboro circuit,
wfli preach at the Third street M. E.
Church to-morrow morning at the usual
hour. There will be preaching also at
The Sunday school services of both
Presbyterian churches will be omitted tomorrow,
the Sabbath school room being
in disorder on account of the repairs in
Dr. D. O. Dayies, of Henderson, Ivy.,
has finally, after much deliberation, declined
the calls of Augusta and Sharon
churches. It is a source of great disappointment
to not only the two churches
but to many citizens of both neighborhoods.
Last Sunday evening a Boston divine
suddenly paused somewhat near the close
of his sermon and said : " We would all be
glad if that young man in the vestiblule
would come inside and satisfy himself
whether she is. or is not. here. That
would be much better than keeping a half-inch
draught on the occupants of the back
pew." And in the solemn silence that
followed, the congregation could hear a
sound outside as of the retreat of an army
The Christian church will hold a state
missionary meeting in this city on the 22d,
23d and 24th of August. Ministers and
prominent representatives of the church
are expected from almost every portion of
the state, and an interesting time may be
looked for. Messrs, H. C. Barkley and G.
S. Judd have been appointed a committee
to arrange for transportation, and Messr?.
Perrine Larew, A. B. Crum, Edward Myall,
John H. Hall and George T. Wood,
committees in their respective wards to assign
homes to the delegates.
of erection this
may collapse before night.
Take It up touderly
Lift It with care,
Fashioned so slenderly
Young and so fair,"
Miss Etna Prather departed a few days ago for
Cynthiana to visit her brother, W. V. Prather.
She has been one of the moat efficient and
accomplished teachers Murphysviiie has ever
had. A lady of cultivation and intellect, she
gained the respect of her pupils and the approbation
of her patrons. Cdnclentious in the
discharge of her duties, she has met with the
success she so richly deserves. It is with regret
we see her depart, and in leaving our midst,
she takes with her the good wishes of all. May
she soon return. We will use our most earnest
endeavors to secure her services for the coming
session. and should we be so fortunate, the people
of Murphysviiie have cause to be thanklul.
But no matter where she may cast her lot her
fitness as a teacher, her untiring energy and
ability, will ever crown he efforts with success.
ACROSS THE RIVER.
On Thursday, George Lindsay, well known
in this county, purchased a horse and buscy
from a man named at Dunkensville,
for 3170, representing that he had the above
amount in 8. B. Grimes' bank at West Union,
Douglas called at the bunk for the money, and
was told that Lindsay had no money in the
bauk. In the meau Unit Lindsay ran off with
the hore and buggy. Officers are in pursuit,
Preaching Sunday niglit by Rev. Rice,
Mr. Frank Ellis accompanied by his mother.
Is visiting friends iu Manchester.
Miss Tiliip Cheesman and Miss MaggU Rei lie
are rusticating iu "Llclcskillet.
Mr. O. Spears was in Georgetown this week.
Miss True, of Farmington, Ohio, who has
been visiting relatives here for several months,
will leave Tuesday for Columbus.
Dr. Pickett, of Ma vsville, is In attendance on
John Small, whovas injured by a tail iu Richmond,
The officers of the uBind of Hope," desire to
see all the members present at their next meet-Ins,
Business ot special importance is to be
Mr. Charles Sutton purchased tMe oroperty
occupied by Dr, Heatou of Mr. MeClella.i, of
Three young men were arras? ed fordlnrderly
couduct, and while confine I t tUe limits of
the "Calaboose." it was discovered to be on fln
but fortunately the flames were extinguished
before serious damage was done
Mr. True, of the Arm of Tru A Son, paid a
short visit to Cincinnati this vmc.
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Persons desiring to spend a delightful eveninc are invite! to attend ' THE" MOONLIGHT
FETE of the season, comer of SECOND audSHORTSTREETS, UXDER A SPACIOUS PAVILION,
SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1882.
85"Refreshments of all kinds. Good order inn'ntiined and every possible attention given to
visitors. MUSIC BY THE MAYSVTLLE ORCHESTRA. Behold the array of Talent.
H. M. PARRY, 1st Violin;
PHIL YAGO. Cornet: JOHN MATHEWS, Cornet:
JOHN FANSLER, 2nd Violin; JOS. LO vV ERY, BasS.
JUL AN AGERS :
JAMES CULLEN. WM. CREASY, J. T. FLEMING.
A brilliant MOONLIGHT FETE, which will eclipse all others will be
given at the SCHOOL GROUNDS, in East Maysviile, on
SATURDAY E JULY 22,
by the EAST END REED and CORNET BAND. Waxed Stage for Dane
iug. A superior String Band will be in attendance. Refreshments of all
kinds on the Grounds.
I C. ROBERT DAWSON, R. JCEN STICKLEY, R, L. DAWSON,
THUMAa JBUXUl&i, JJ.3,OC JJiUWjELJtWU JIUXUUJOUIN,