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MONDAY EVE., SEPTEMBER 11, 1882$ reported at the lasJftermrand laid over
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Special rates where advertisers use both the
dally and weekly.
One inch in the Daily Bulletin for one
year costs 35, and'for six mouths bu.t 83.
Up and down the thoroughfares,
"We hear on every hand,
Nothing but "electric light,"
And "Huntley's famous band." , " .
Now, that the troupe has come to'towu
We plainly see in sight,
Lots of fun if you will go
And see the play to-night.
The electric light and the brass 'band
will draw a large crowd to the opera house
The managers of the Park's Hill Camp
Grounds will illuminate the grounds nest
season with an electric light.
John Bernhart, of Augusta, was badly
hurt last week, by a shed that he was
tearing down falling upon him.
The brass.band with the Huntley Dramatic
Troupe is a very excellent oue. It
will play this evening in front of the opera
Maysville will be handsomely decorated
during the lair, nearly all of the business
houses in the city having signed an
obligation to that effect.
Mr. Charles White has decided to put
down a freestone pavement in front of the
property he is improving on Second street.
He never does anything by halves.
Further returns of the election in. Arkansas
indicate the Democratic majorities
on the state ticket will be larger than anticipated.
The Greenback vote was very
Mr. Patrick Byrois, who lives near this
city, has shown us a, sample of his tobacco
which he has just finished cutting. It is
very fine and the yield will be from 1,500
to 1,800 pounds to the acre.
Mr. Burr Marsh, of this city, has been
engaged as a clerk by Messrs. Mabley & Co.
proprietors of the mammoth clothing
house, at Cincinnati. lie inyites his Maysville
friends to call and see him.
Fifty-eight men and thirty horses are
at work on the Newport and Big Sandy
Railroad in the vicinity of Augusta. It is
reported that a larger force will be put at
work by the first of the coming month.
The following is from the Cincinnati
Mr. C. L. Sallee will go to Maysville in a few
days to locate, having formed a partnership
with his brother, James H, Sallee, of that place,
in the practice of law. Mr. Sallee has made a
host of friends here us a genial gentleman, and
ranks finely as a momher of the Newport bar.
We will miss biin,
Mr. J. T. Bradden in the last two years
ha,s sold, four hundred, and fifty Remington
sewing machines. On Tuesday, he
made- a purchase of- fifty of these mar
chines, which he expects to dispose of lm-
terprising man, who is succeeding well in
County Court Proceedings.
r "TnV fbflowmg settle wen -were I Owens.
until this term lor 'SXCcpUuns, We reur
dered to be recorded, viz :
E. TC, Gault, guardian of A. P. Ball.
Martha Power, guardian of Ann Helia
Same, guardian of Frederick Power.
Alex. Calvert, guardian of Orry Arthur.
L. "W. Eobertson, guardiain of Charles
James G. White, guardian of Fannie
Mary Spalding, executor of James G.
Mary V. Mackoy, administratrix of Mary
C. O.-Kennard, administratrix of Ellen
W. W. Ball, trustee of John- H-. Riche-son..
Arris Wiggins, guardian of Alethia (A
A. R. Howard, administrator of
Geo. W. Stiles, administrator of Thos.
Lizzie Caldwell, guardian of Mary B.
Same, guardian of Alberta Caldwell.
Same, guardian of Jos. E. Caldwell.
Joel Laytham, guardian of Martha J.
Same-, guardian of Annie L. Gaither.
Same, guardian of Sarah E. Gaither.
Ross P. Gault, trustee of E. K. Gault.
John Henderson, administator of Arthur
Mary A. Boyd, guardian of Florence
P. P. Hord, trustee of Eiias Hord.
W. S. Frank, guardian of Mary and
Maria J. Warder, guardian of Mary Porter
S. G. Hord, guardian of Jane L. Walker.
Peter L. Parker, administrator of
A. H. Jennings, administrator of Thos.
Francis Masterson, administratrix of
John Masterson, deceased.
Joel Lay than, guardian of Richard T.
II. C. Barkley, guardian of E. L. Bark-ley.
Joel Laytham, guardian of Laura L.
Asa Peryl, guardian of Fannie Baker.
W. H. Wallingford, guardian of Annie
Dillon & Hill, executors of Augustus
Thos. L. Duvall, guardian of Susan
The following settlements were reported
and ordered to lie over till next term for
exceptions, viz :
R. M. Marshall, executor of James A.
J- C. Owens, guardian of Cleon C. Owens.
Same, guardian of Mary C. Owens.
Jacob A. Slack, administrator of B. F,
A. F. Respess, trustee of Pogue, Duke
Abram Tripler, guardian of Clementina
Tripler, et al.
J. C. Owens, . guardian ., of Harriet K.
Jos. W. Alexander, , guardian of W. 0.
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Shafer. . . )f."i jl k. ;,..-.
Wiii. Hill, administrator of Wm. Hen-son,
Augie. Iirkj guardian ')of janniet L.
iMitchelL . ". ' .' - , 1 V . ) 'V ' ,
C. B. Clift, administrator of R. H. New,"
Angie Kirk, guardian, oV Rugie K.
Mitchell.. . ' .
J. C. Owens, guardian of Athelston
M. . Coulter, guardian of James and
James Shackleford, guardian gf Lou S.
Thomas T. Worthington, guardian of E.
Milton L. Bramel, guardian of John
Thos. T. Worth ingtoiiuardjan of Mary
T. J. Pickett, guardian of Alvin L.
Abel Reese, Jr., executor of Rachael
Mary A. Slack, guardian of Alfred M.
Huntley Dramatic Troupe.
This well known and popular company
numbering eighteen finished artists, will
appear at the Opera House this evening in
the humorous drama "Flirtation." The
troupe comes well endorsed by the press
as one of great merit, and worthy of the
patronage of the public. It is accompanied
by a fine brass band and good orchestra.
The costumes are all new, elegant
and attractive. The Lexington papers
where the company has lately appeared
contain the most favorable notices. We
extract the following :
The Huntley Dramatic Company closed their
engagement successfully here, under the management
of Mr. Marsh. The performance was
goou throughout aud gave entire satisfaction
to the large and refined audiences that witnessed
It. We take pleasure in recommending
the entertainment to the public.
Reserved seats for sale at Taylor's news
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Mr. H. G. Smoot is well enough to be on
the streets again.
Miss Katie .Ros3, of Flemingsburg, is
visiting Miss Ella Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. Allie Means arrived from
Cincinnati Saturday evening.
Miss Mattie Reynolds, of Minerva, is
the guest of Miss Daisy Hubbard.
Miss Katie Fitzgerald, of Lexington, is
visiting the family of Mr. Dennis Fitzgerald.
Mrs. Frank Devine left Sunday on a visit
to relatives in Cincinnati, O., and Newport,
Misses Annie and Maggie Altmeyer returned
Saturday, after a week's visit to
Mr. H.V.Morris, of the Bracken Chronicle,
accompanied by his wife, is visiting
relatives in this city.
Misses Alice and Laura Shea, who have
been visiting friends at Mt. Sterling, returned
home Sunday evening.
Diptlicria Raging in Virginia.
Richmond, Va., September 9. Reports
from Pittsylvania county state that dip-
theria is raging to an alarming extent.
Fifty deaths in the last three weeks, and
more than a hundred persons now down
with the disease. In some cases whole
families have been carried off.
Lynchburg, Va., September 9.
to an alarming extent is raging in
the border counties. In Pittsylvania
county 100 cases, and five deaths in one
Fire at Lewisburg.
A dwelling and store room at Lewisbuvg,
belonging to Mrs. Sarah E. Kyle; caught
fire on Sunday night and were totally con;
sumed. The origin of the flreis unknown.
The property was insured for $1,50Q in the
agency of Mr. G. S. Judd, of this city,
f Fresh pystera of the be,st quality served
in. au styles aciiue jmiropean ;noiei. - zvx,
Mrs. Burns, one of the women injured
by Barnum's elephant-, Emperor, which
ran away in the streets of Troy, N. Y. August
3rd,.dto Patrick Burns,
the husband of the deceased, also struck
by the elephant, is not expected to live.
Mrs. Langiev, another victim of the elephant's
pranks, is dying. Patrick Conlon,
who was thrown across the street by the
elephant, has commenced suit
In this city, September 0, 1S82, to the wife of
Mr. S. S. Klley, a flue ,U'4hter.
Kisr ail market:
Corrected daily by G. W Oeisel, grocer, Second
stieet, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone S 7 00
Jlayaviily Family 0 CO
Maysvllte City U 50
Butter, ei It :...
Meal Vt peck
Molasses, tancy fe0
Coal Oil, gal 20
Sugar, granulated & to 1U
k" A. V, It
" yellow TMh 9al0
tiams, sugar cured 1? x..
Bacon, breakfast ) m..
Hominy, ty naliou
Oysters ! Oysters I
LARGE AND FRESH,
slid Im at JOH N W H EELER'S.
Hunt & Doyle's.
TAS. H. SALLEE. CLARENCE L SALLEE.
SALLEE & SALLEE,
ATTOKXKltt At 3. AH
And Notaries l'uhlsc.
Prompt attention given to the collection of
claims. M A r.V 1 LLK. K
HAVE removed my meat hop from
X street to thp Fitz&erald hnnf corner of
Market and Third, wlwte I will keep a full
supply of ail kinds of FRESH M EAT.
TWO NIGH IS OjSTJjY,
Monday and Tuesday Sept. 11 & 12.
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Miss FLORENCE KENNEDY,
MR. J. H. HUNTLEY,
ME. JOHN W. BLAISDELL.
supported by a c unpany of 18 ladles and gentlemen
selee.ed for their individual meiit.
Monday JEuenwy, Sept, 11
will be presented for the time, in this olty ,
the charming Society comedy in Ave acts, entitled
with the entire company in the cast.
BuskBro.'s Famous Brass Band and
Reserved seats at Taylor's News Depot at the,
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,
another New American Play. See tle Great
KLECTRIC LIGHT as displayed every evening
In front o Ope,ra Hougq.
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
For sale by the Case, Dozen or B Jttleat
, .auSOdlm; " Marlcot Street.
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