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THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVENING, SEPT. 29, 1883. 7,528 -The above number represents the circulation; touch wookTTt thw Daily and Wkkkly Bullktim. AdvertUors are Invited to call ami assure tbomelvtM o the truth of the statement, and they mo requested to bear lu mlud that our ra us tor advertising are tha lowest. PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. He Breaks bis Vix f 3Iuhlnur Fomnle Works Tli Minister Kxplaitns Daniel in Urn Lion's Den Willi a Dogr, and Loses l'urtuf His Pants. Peck's Sun. " What is this I hoar about your father creating a panic in a dry goods store," said the grocery man to the bad boy, as he took a buUer tryer and run it into a pumpkin a few times, "They tell me that he had about a hundred female clerks treed on the shelves, and on the counters, and all of them &crcamitn; bloodv murder, and that a floor walker hit him over the head with n loll of paper cambric, and somebodv turned in a lire alarm. How was it?" " Well, if you will keep watch for pa, at the door, I will tell you about it," said the boy. "Somebody has told pa that I was at the bottom of the whole business, and when a man loses confidence in his boy, and lolls up n trunk strap and carries it habitually, it stands a boy in hand to keep his eye peeled. You see, pa has been in a habit lately of going to the store a pood deal and lallygagj:ini; with the girl clerks. Any girl that will smile on pa, and look sweet, catches him, and lie would sit on a stool in front of the counter ten hours a day. pretending to want to buy somo kind ol lrinue, or corsets, or something, and he would fairlv talk the arm off the girls. Ma didn't like it at all, and she told pa he ought to be ashamed of himself, 'cause the girte was only making a fool of him, and all the people in the store were lading at him, but pa said for her to nhut her yawp, and no kept on trying to iind excuses to go to the store. Ma told me about it, and she felt real sorry, and by jinks it made me mad to see an old man, old enough to have gout or paralysis, going around mashing clerks in a store, and I told ma if she would let me I would break pa up in that s-ort of business, and she told me to go ahead and make him jump like a box car. So 'tother day ma gave pa a piece of ribbon to match, and a cnet to change for a larger size, and a pair of trloves to return because the thumb of one of 'em ripped off, and tohl him to buy four yards of baby fla mel, and see "how much it would cobt to have her seal-skin cloak relined, and to see if her new hat was done. Pa acted as though he- didn't want to go to the store, but ma and me knew that he looked upon it as a picnic, and he blacked his boots, and changed ends with his cuffs, and put on his new red necktie, and shaved hisself, and fixed up as though he was iroing to he married. I asked him to let me go along to carry the pack.igo, and he said he didn't mind if I did go. You have seen these injy rubber rats they hu'e at the rubber More, have'nt you? They look so near like a natural rat tint you can't tell the difference unless you oiler the rub!xr rat some cheese. 1 got one of those rats and tied a fine thread to it, with a slip-noose on the end, and when pa got into the stoic 1 put the blinnoose over the hind button of his and put the rat on the floor, -and it followed him along, and I swow it looked so natural I wanted to it. Pa walked along smiling, and Mopped at The ribbon countei, and winked at a nirj, and tdie bent over to see what he wanted, and then she saw the rat, and she screamed anil crawled up on the shelf where the boxes were, and put her feet under her, and said, 'take it away, kill it,' and she trembled all over. Pa thought she had irone into a lit 'cause she was paralyzed on ids shape, and he turned blueand went on, 'cause he didn't want to kill her dead; and as he walked along, the rat followed him, and just as he bowed to four girls who were standing together, talking about the fun they had at the exposition the night before, they saw the rat, and they began to yeli, and" climb up thing?. One of them" got on a htuol and pulled her clothes linht around hei ankles, so a live rat couldn't have got in her stocking, let alone a rubber rat, and the girls all Miuca'e'l just like when you tickle them in the libs. Pa he looked scared, as though he was afraid he was breaking them all un with his shape, and ho kept on, and another flock of girls saw the rat, and they jumped up on the counter and tat down on their feet, and yelled 'rat.' Then the others yelled 'rat,' and in a minute about a hundred yirls wero netting up on things, and saying 'shoo,1 ami ono of them got on a nile of blankets, and the pile fell off on tlie floor with her, and the men had todigherout. Pa's face was astudv, lie looked at one girl and then another, and wondeied what was tie matter, and flnally.the floor walker came along and seen what it w.ip. and lie took pa by the collar and led him o.ut doors, and" told him if he ever came in tiere again he would send the police after him. I had gone by the time pa got out on tho outside walk, and he picked up the rubber rat and foui,l it was hitched to his coat, and he went right home. Mu says he was so mad that ho stuttered, amf she thinks I better board around for a day or two. She tried to reason with pa that it was intended for his good, to show him that he was making a fool of himself, but he did not look at it in that light. Sav. do you think it vat wiong to break him up that way? lie was going wrong entirely." " 0, 1 don't know. You and your ma are tho best judges. But I would have liked to see them girls climbing up tho side of tho store. But what is the trouble -with tho minister?" said the grocery man. "Ho was in hero this morning with the tail of his black coat sowed up, and when I asked him to set down ho said ho was standing up almost entirely now, and when I asked him if lie had seen you lately, ho said ho had, to his sorrow, and ho never wanted to see you again. I hone you have not done anything you will be sorrv for." 4lIt wasn't mo at all. It was Duffv's dog," said the boy, as' he broke out with a lntigh. " You see, the minister fell as thouih he had been cross to me, when I asked questions of him, and he met me on the street and apologized, and said, hereafter he would try to show a spirit, and would answer any questions I might ask him. So I began to ask him how he thought it was that Daniel had such control over tho lions, when they cast him into tho den. I told himjl thought Daniel had chloroform on his handkerchief, and when the lions got a snifl of it they didn't want any Daniel in theirs, but fie said that wasn't it. He said it was in tho nower of man over the brute creation, and showed the cilicacy of prayer. He said Daniel prayed three times every day, and .then looked the lions right in the eye, and a lion wouldn't have gall enough tbeata man that looked straight in his eye. To illustrate, he stud he could look a vicious dog right in the eye and the dog would turn tail and run, and just then we passed Duffy's and the dog barked, and growleM, and the minister said he would demonstrate to me the power of the human eye over the brute, and he went right into Duffy's yard. Well, I knew that dog, 'cause D'ufly used to raise melons, and I went right un a tree. I didn't want that dor to think I was trying to play any Darnel business on him, because every little while Dufly has to take a flle and pry pieces of pants out of that dog's teeth, so I got up on a limb. The dog looked at the minister a minute, and the minister looked at the dog, and when the do began to lick his chops I says to myself, ' Daniel, you better be getting hence but Daniel didn't get hence till it was everlastingly too late. But I guess he would have saved his coat if he hadn't tried to pull the dog over the picket fence. The minister is usually a very deliberate man, but when the clog began to tangle hfs teeth up in his coat tail, he felt that it was good to bo somewhere else, and he begun to go away to look some other dog in the eye. I guess Duffy's dog is not the right kind of a dog to look in tiie eye. I think some dogs is different about being looked in the eye. The minister looked like a flying trapeze performer when he come over that fence. They needn't tell mo ho never belonged to a gymnasium, 'cause he couldn't get over a fence that way, and always have been a good little boy who never stole melons. I could tell by the way he got over the fence that his neighbors used to raise melons when he was a boy. Well, Dully was taking a nip. but he woke up and came out and called he dog oil', and tho minister went off with his hand on where his coat was tore and when Dully chained up the dog I came down? I am not yet convinced about that Daniel business, "and until the minister demonstrates it I shall hold to the chloroform theorv. And k the minister wouldn't sit down been filed." I thuiwhitluudoxV teeth had Ladies' and children's Jerseys, all colois and sizes, at Hunt & Doyle's. Tiik Republican? of Maryland nominated Hart 15. Holtou, for Governor, by acclamation. Coxtkact aie bein'let for grading the Kentucky Union Railroad, running from Lexington to Red River Mills. It is reported from Lexington that "William Seal, implicated with Craft in the Ashland tragedy, thows signs of weakening. Bishop, whom Ben Butler defeated in the nice for Governor lust year, has just been lined ?lo for keeping a dojj without u licence. Ben should be magnanimous enough to remit the tine. Fresh OyMers. I am receiving daily the best brands of fresh oysters, which wUl be sened in any style desired day or night. I will also supply them by the can or half can. slSdlui John Hcisnn, European Hotel, Tin: nresent rise in Kahnwlm will John GAiuiurr, tho Baltimore railroad king, has received the four white camels sent him by his royal brother, Umburto, of Italy, in exchange for a huree. It is understood that tho Italian King has accepted Mr. Garrett's invitation to come over and spend a month with him, and next January, if his creditors do not interfere, His Majesty will arrive in Baltimore. Mr. Garrett's intention now is to trade tho King a fine Durham bull for a red Maltese Jack. COUNTY POINTS. f.Aum. Stock hogs are celling from iS.o'j to SI per hunilred. Oluey Palmer bought n couple of Buckling mines fiom Wm. Fonnau, Wednesday lntloi'SiMJ. Rev. Thomas Htinfoid ami family nmltlst many legtett antl teuriul adieu, budo to our vlllnuu on Thiuday morning for hhnou" home at Catlettsbury. Tho Sweeneyiianford debate is a fixed fact. Theie will be no lhvh in the pan from this end of the route, tho public may rest assured. Tuesday. October 30, the logomnchlc tournament will open, then look out for the tug of war," for "Uicelc will meet Greek." Tho soiree viusicale at tho new homo ol .Mr. London Grover, Tuesday last, was a most en Joyablo nihil r. A test was made by n variety of experiments between tho Kstey and organs. Mr. Workman opoiutlmg tho Etey and Miss Llzzlo Paytou piesldlng at thoHhonlnger. Tho blue string was tied on the latter Instrument and purchased by Mr. Giover. Prof. Wheolor played a numbor of select polka and schottlsh medleys, with tho nsslstaueoof Miss Payton on tho newShon lnger, which elicited much applause. HO ! FOR CINCINNATI 1 Fifth Street, Opposite the Fountain. ESTEvery floor of thoir immenso establishment is packed wiih CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES, and FURNISHING GOODS, bought by thorn for CASH at ridiculously low prices, and will bo sold without any regard to actual values. Wo want everybody visiting Cincinnati to como and sco how our stores aro packed with goods. Wo want everybody to tako advantage of our limitless stock and laughably LOW prices. It is customary for some merchants to put on big profits at tho beginning of a season, but wo aro not of that number. An Average Profit of Five. Per Cent. Is all wo want, for we roly on tremendous sales to see us safely through tho season. Our stock of Men's Clothing is the biggest in town. Our stock of Boys' Cloteing is the largest in the Avest. Our stock of Hats and Caps for Boys and Men is immense. Our Shoe Department is the largest in the union. Our Furnishing Goods Stock is mammoth. o. HI HI H SAVE YOUR RAILROAD FARE by coming to Cincinnati and buying of R. MABLEY & CO., Fifth Street, Opposite the Fountain. ear AND REMEMBERS In order to mako room for an immense stock of HEATING STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, ; required for our fall trado, wo will offer tho following COOK STOVES at prices which will convince the most skeptic that they will SAVE MONEY by 4 ing us a call before purchasing. Xo.8 0malm.cofU or wood Stove, woith ?:15 00 for 30 00 Xo. 7 ' 4 " ' 3u oo tor :i uo Xo. x Charier, " ' " -10 eo for 32 W Xo.S Leader, " 80 00 for 22 00 s " " " " 80 no No. Favorite, lor itt oo No. 7 " 4 ' " ftS 00 lor 22 00 No. 7 Alienor ,ft ,l " SD 00 'or ir j 00 ' " " " ' tf Xo.S to lor yo 00 $-y Tho above prices include all all tho trimmings usually given with Stoves. Persons visiting tho Fair aro requested to call and examine our stock. Wc have reduced prices in all departments and desiro tho public to bear in mind that wo WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. Call and bo convinced that wo havo tho most complete and CHEAPEST stock of STOVES, TINWARE, &cM in Northeastern Kentucky. BIEKBOWER Jto CO., No. 30, Market St., East side, (Tudor's old standi tejS0d&r Maysvillo, Ky. New Advertisements. DR. STRONG'S PILLS Thd Old, Well Tried, Wonderful Health Renewing Remedies. STRONG'S NAXATIVK IM LI.S for tlio MV4r A speedy cm e lor Liver Compluliit. ReyiuatiuKthe Bowels Purlrylm; the Blood, Cleansing trom Malarial Taint A porlVoi cine Tor NUIt Headache, Coiistipimoii mid lMiM'iiiit. NTltoNiiV li:croitAIj PIMiS insure healtny appetite, good diction, regularity ni the bowels. A Mue remedy for Colds ami Rheumatism. A prorlmiN boon to deli-onto loiuales, frootliluguiui bracing tlio hVNtctn, and giving vlitor and health to every Ubie of the body, hold by nrugaltts. For phamphlots etc., addiess C. E. Hull fc Co. box 050, Oow YorR city. D IVOUCES No publicity: residents ot any State, ueseruon, auvitc bring a half million bushels of j X?.y?gg!i VwwX? coal to the mouth of that stream. There are about seventy-five barges, drawing from thirty inches to five and a half feet, to couife down. The rise will not make more than four feet of navigable water in the Ohio ; consequently not more than 1200,000 bushels of this coal can come out. m . tvSVB V, II. UK&t send for our Select LM ADVERTISERS! Geo. I Rowell & Co., 10, rfprute stieet., N. Y. EDUCATIONAL. HANOVER ACADEMY, VIRGINIA, TA.YLOKSVILLKP.O. CO I- lIIIiAKY P.JOXKS jr. A. THE THIRTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SES- SION BEGINri SEPTEMBER 20. SPECIAL PROVISION FOR SMALL liOYH. SEND FOR CATALOGUE. 3FOFS. SALE. hundred mid elx acres of eood land ONE land ou Lawiouce Cieek. Two dwellings aud two tobacco burns. Fine orchards and au abundance ol water. Cnpabls of sub dlvMon Into two furms Mxty and forty-six acres each. Price low. Apply to bTnlikwlm G. S. WALL, Court street. u.Gurawco,, I the place to get bargains in DRY GOODS. HERMANN LANCE SjttO 3 ummz: x k . i "r t" . i Hi I II I i rv rv . I W, - I W" . htm Av9)1l1 vt ' Vi rrTi T - Jrr s n CO BAIlooclHnmlWorkWAIlIlA7VTKn. Number -13, Second street, three doors below Market street, Maysvllle, Ky, npUOdly u WINDHORST & BLUM, Merchant TAILORS, OITXcfirly opposite Ilnulc of MuyMvlllc, Second Mreel.TTW FA I I QTVI ETC rfUST RECEIVED. Wo are receiving continually a rAlnilrji Wl I IraLaO l'icMi Supply oi Domestic and Imported Cass I meres of tlie Latest styles. e miaiantee perfect satisfaction aud our work first-class in everv respect nmtour PRICES REASONABLE. Hep6d3nio D"'1 T.M. . SMITH, DENTIST. "Will devote his whole time to the preservation of the natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Watdle will take chare ot all the mechanical work. such us uold, suver,comluuousiun, celluloid nnd rubber plates. mch3Jdly PCXEW fc ALIiKN, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,! mantels, etc. Sole agents for the celebrated I Omaha and Lender stoves. Roofing and mu I tetlns promptly and satisfactorily done. Cor-1 ner of Mai ket and Third streets, A. R. Gla- I cock's old stand. apilOdlw J j U II. TUAXEL, BAKER AND OONPEOTIONER. Ice cream parlors open for tho season. Absolutely pure candles. Fresh bread of all kinds. Furnishing weddings and parties a specialty. Pi ices low, ' sikougi: ii. iu:isi;n( :Dealer In: Pineapple Hams Home-made Yeast Cakes. maySUdly SECOND STREET, j pi;o,i,oxa:so., Dealers in Staple and.Fancy 3DE;"" SECOND STREET. mchStly rjt'.vr a no via:, MAYSVILLEKV.I lively new snnue in SIMMONS' Medicated Well-water, A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases of tho Kidneys. HAS been used with most gratifying In many obstinate cases. Prof, F. W, Clark, professor of Chemistry at the University of Cincinnati sa s this water "belougs to the same class with that of the Alleghany bprlnus, ot Virima,M tho medicinal vlitues or which aro too well known to be stated here. Those who desire to try this famous water aro refened to Captain C. W. Hoyd, Levanna Ohio; Captain C. M. Holloway, Cincinnati, Ohio; J, J. Ralpe, Cincinnati, Onlo. For sale in half banelsnndjiiL'N by UUi. fcSIMMQNS, Proprietor, TuSOdi&wtf Aberdeen. Ohio. MS ANNA FRAZAR, -:Dealer in:- Dry Goods and Notions, FurnNhlns Good, Rooks, Stationery and . General MerchamUbe. i for small children and giowu peions a spec-1 i laity. A largo stock of DRESS GOODSj"0"1"3113 Kmt 6oofls1 Crushed Strawberry, Electric Blue, Egyptian etc., and new Trimming to match. Second St., mch3lly MAYSVILLE, KY. jyTAYSVIMiK IK 1IOUSSL DYEING and CLEANING In Silk and Woolon Goods, Dresses, Shawls, Ribbons In all colors. Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned and Dyed. Front streot, below Hill House. 821 JOSEPH RRENNER, Dyer, of all kinds. Novelties of all kinds and OES VERY LOW. My stock Is complete InJ all lines and I uuarantee satisfaction in ain cuncs. Tho public pan onago Is solicited. M sl&lU MISS ANNA FRAZAR. CRAWFORD HOUSEg Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts. I x- jLm a.4 ' . a-i a.'v wnt aw - 9 - LkwisVanden, Proprietor. !