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.BttiBtett.ii8MiMift JBBBMIBBWBflMw ijhwi, fTl
fiSft' Hum ' -7
iPeaelfirces are in bloom.
tpur public school is ncuring'ii close.
lUiss Hcllu Triiler has returned from
"Mrs. Euuenu Bulleck is still en the sick
list no better.
T. F. Goodwin lias received several
tens of fertilizer for use by our farmers.
f Jacob Sims bought of Jehn Andersen
18 acres of laud nem PhHlipp ciceU:
Several copies of Tnu Pejilic Lkdeeii
r,iuic out Holiday. Wc are glad te see n
inper from Maysvil'e te represent the G.
CVIi-s. (JluNrles Wheeler is iifn!lni' tills
week in Cincinnati buying goods. Miss
Luln Myall aellmpanicd heron a trip of
fearly Werick was here Sunday lasl
loeking'aftcr the interest of the .Martins
that came here recently. Come again,
tEnrly; she will be home again in June.
Our town election came off yesterday
Ub. tbe following results: Police Judge,
-Arthur Jcffern; Marshal, Sam Hay
rnend; "Trustees, James McKee, William
Uvsiinhnr, Cen Gullfeylc, Martin Fay
Charles Wheeler. We had an un
sually qu'ct e'ectien fei Mayslick.
Te Our City SuWribcrs.
iiu'O. Otitten has chame of the
. JJry of Tub LtiieEU te all city sub
Vfiers, and he will make collection of
tne subscription accounts.
Orders should be pi ven te him, or they
l may be left at the efllce for htm.
Subscribers who de net lecelve tlielr
papers promptly are requested te report
In 3802 tbe Kentucky school fund ap
portioned among the counties was $100,
113 4fijtbr$l 03 par capita of school pepu
iien.afln 1802 it is $1,914,104 25. or 32 2)
iOnusnv Gray, who was appointed
and removed by
reported dying at
a colored railroad hand.
KiJitu ni uaueusuurg de
y with another man's
& sent te his former
V net arrlv
until 11 last
lay was cans
tunnel this sii
by a cave-
Itatlng n transfe
fL, "jCuutis, a prominent
n county, died In Lelusvillc
A i Mr.! .Curtis went there four wcks
ihk litXtrftnf nrt fnr n rnmnllrntlnnnf
Vy uu..v.-.- w...r.. v-
ss"The remains were sent heirf
idWxpecled that fully two theus-
''uelegatcs will be In attendance en
State Convention of the Christian
Icaver Societies at AngustiuJ'rlday.
tFrancis E. Cbuk of Bosten,
4Ar - ' 1
iil deliver an
the Commis Cemmis
e closest terms
ehn G. Carlisle,
. cose, decided by
Jaturdny, In which
Wlckliffe wen theJ
than 8430,000, Mr.
.tract with General
W, who married ene
filch, if the suit was
vaa (e receive 935,000
k Interests of General
fintltiiate friend said.
Inte an exhaust
wt mttde liia argu-
Um Wtm Of Appeals from
ni iw Um amtl&i by Judm Alex-
rUtlMplufwr aei Mr. 0mHK Davie,
IM. Te ite
& HE' TORVILLE.
n at thuJE't
nor BiBSf r
t I ' ! I
Lrmvhi.h Owkns, ene uinenir our
eldest citizens, who luis been en iliu sick
lst severnl weeks, is semuwliut Im
proved. Tin: marrlnge of Mr Cliniles Hunter
ami Miss Anna Allisen will tiike place
uttliel'resbj terinn Church at Washington
en April Mtli.
Jehn Vai.entink FciiEuqiniAN yester
tenlnr renounced his nllcginnre te
William II of Gerinnny ntul became n full
fledijuii citizen, of tlie United Stntes.
Addison Bitew.v, who has been quite
sick for some time, is at the residence of
Mrs Jehn R. ltudy, Fifth Ward. Yester
day he was much worse, but this morn
ing was snmewlint better.
Sknateji CAiti.ti.t:, who is attorney fei
tlie Kentucky Lettery Company, will
probably come home tn nttcntl tlie funeral
of his client at Louisville. The rollgleix
services will he in charge of Rev. Dr. .lack
Henkrirk, late of Flcinim."hun:.
At Centinl Covington, a suburb of
Covington, an diction row ect-urre I in
which City Marshal Lmnbett was
knocked down and fatally bi-aten by
Ileniy and Herman Busc. the latter of
whom had jut been elected Police Judge.
The Busses were ancsted, but Lambert's
f tieuds are after them and mere bloodshed
Hbmiy Out N htill in the furnituie
business, and he Is net very still about it
cither. In factjhc is very much en the
move, and it will (snow in August when
he gets left, if the best article for h-
inoney than anybody else will "gel
there." Befere you buy your wedding
preent or heu-ukeeplng euttlt call and
seethe beautiful new designs in furniture
and parlor decorations. And later en,
you Will be interested in a line of buggies
of which he has an almost unlimited
supply, of tasteful design and at low
Illeu Out llrr Itralns.
Miss Mary Simpsen, a well known
young lady of Chiistian county, com
mit ted suicide nt the residence of hei
fnther, Gcerge Simpsen, by blowing out
her brains with a pistol, which she placed
against her left temple.
She fell te the lloer in her room nnd
expired befere any one could reach her.
She had been in bad health for months
past and attempted te commit suicide
list fall by jumping into the creek near
her home. She was with difllculty
rescued nnd resuscitated at that time.
She was twenty-ene years old.
A Werd for JlaysTllle.
Did you ever hear anyone say:
Maysville don't crew any," and
don't keep up with tbe times?"
didn't you knew it was net Hue when
you heard it? It is true we have net in
creased in population us rapidly as we
would have liked, but in ether nnd mere
substantial wnys, our progress in a de
cade has been such that we have just
cnuse te feel proud. Ne city of our
size can beast of such blocks as these
which adorn our business streets, and all
of them erected at a comparatively re
cent date. Se long as our banking Insti
tutions are full of money, our public
debt Is net oppressive, we have geed
schools and public-spirited man who are
net afraid te invest their means, we have
no fear for Maysvllle's future. Pepuln
tiens are prone te ebb and ilew; geed solid
progress in finances and architecture nre
the best evidences of n city's prespeiity.
When you hear any of our citizens com
plaining, or any outsiders trying te make
light of us, why just simply " give them
the laugh." We have bad no fictitious
y" booms," and a dellnr invested in Mays
ville real estate has always been a dol
lar saved. Berne of our sister cities of
Kentucky can show a greater Increaseln
population, but none of them mere real
progrcssivencss. We are a prosperous,
thriving people, and that we will seme
day have a city ranking among the fore fero foro
mest in our state we have abundant
Tlie quantity of quinlne which
seme people, can take without trouble
is se great as te be almost won
derful, Bays a physician. There are
many people who think that four grains
13 a dose, and very few pcople ever
take mero than from ten te fifteen
grains at a time. Even the latter dese
la apt te causa unpleasant sensations,
such as a buzzing sound in the cars and
a sort of dull, heavy feeling next morn
ing. Yet I have known of cases where
the patient hed as much as ene hun
dred grains of quinlne in him and did
net suffer from the effects. Of course,
such deica can be administered only in
extreme ceces, where the fevcV b very
high and heroic measures are necessary.
Yeu knew that a person suffering with
great physical pain can safely take
doses of morphlne which would kill a
well man, and pcople with n high fever
can take doses of quinlne without bad
results which would drive a healthy
person half cmy,
nefrglug la te ludlspe&Mble In Rus
sia tttst sewe laveHter has perfected a
mehtna wktefcMve Un human arm
Mm VJmwi labor ef Wews, Under
A SEVERE CLIMATE.
Sen or th Dlcomferts Attending TrTl
Everyone knows that a winter In
Greenland Is a cold season; but It Is
"pretty Inte In the fall" ull the year
round In that part of the world. Here
Is a description of a September dav
la'.tcn frern "The first Cressing of
On the morning of Soptember fourth
the weather was glorious and the air
stllL There had been a light fall of
snow in the night. The sun shone ever
the Infinitely monotonous snow field,
which, rising almost impcrceptlbly,
stretched away and away lu front of us
like ene huge whlte carpet, glittering
with diamonds, soft and Que In texture
as down, nnd laid in long, gentle undu
lations which the eye could scarcely fol fel
low. But In the afternoon the aspect of our
landscape changed entirely. A biting
wind get up from the northwest which
drove the snow befere It In one over
whelming whirlwind. The sky then
cleared completely and the weather
The wind Increased In strength; It
was bitter work telling nleng against
it, and we had te be .reful net te get
First my nese hardened, but 1 dis
covered this in time te save it by rub
bing it well with snow. I thought my
self safe new, but then I felt n queer,
chilly feeling under my chin, where I
found that my' thrent wns quite numb
nnd stiff. By mere rubbing, nud wrap
ping some mittens and ether things
around my neck, I put matters straight
But then came the weret attack of nil,
as the wind found its way In through
my clothes In the region of my stomach,
nnd gave rise te terrible pains. This
was met by the use of a soft felt hat
as a chest protector, and I was new
armed at all points. My companions
suffered as 1 did. and the bodily com
forts of our tent were nieie welcome
than usual that evening.
A Tlii-e-j- RM metlu-j the "Sc:i.i!int!nn"
or SwitzprUu 1.
In mary pirtsef Switzerland smooth,
flat stones, evidently hnnd-pellshetl. are
often plc'ccd up, sayb the St. Leuis 'Ko 'Ke
public. They are covered with lines,
dots, circles nnd half circles, nnd are
known te the Swltzers as "behnlen
stelnes." The origin and use of these
stones have long been n mooted point
among the learned. Some have thought
that they were charms, ethers that they
were meant te commemorate the dead.
The characters upon them have long
since been declared te be undeciphera
ble hieroglyphics, but it has been re-serx-ed
for Ilefr Bedigcr, of Bcllach, te
suggest a theory that comes anyways
near explaining their true origin and
use. The schalenstclnes, he says, arc
topographical charts, as a comparison
of them with any modern map of the
dirtrict in which they may be found
will show The engraved dots corre
spond with existing towns and villages,
the lines with the reads. Even the
forks and the mountain passes nre iridi
cated with a precision that is truly sur
prising, ilerr Redigcr has examined
many of tVse stones from various? arts
of Swits'irlnndf Italy und Austria, and
is sure fi it they are ruda outline maps
of the country in. which the.v nre feunJ.
He has a large collection of them in his.
possession, which, taken collectively,
form a most accurate map of Selathurn,
the canton in which a majority of them
uere picked up Anether significant
and curious fact concerning the sehalen sehalen
stelnen is that they are found most
plentiful at intervals of about six miles,
and usually nt places where reads cress,
THROUGH THE MAILS.
Tropical nh llare Ileen Safely Trans
ported te England.
An Interesting r experiment has been
made in connection with the transpor
tation of tropical flsh te this country,
says the Birmingham (Eng.) Pest. Act
ing upon instructions from Dr.
Gunthcr, of the British museum, the
eminent authority en fishes, the nuper nuper
Intendent of the botanic gardens in the
island of Trinidad seme months age
dispatched te England n small glass
vessel containing about a dezeu speci
mens of n small fresh water fibh, a na
tive of the St Anne's river in the
Island. The little breed arrived safely
In Londen and was deposited in the
hands of Dr. Gunthcr, who Is delighted
with the success attained, which only
shows, he says, what might be done
with due care in transporting tropical
flshte England. It Is probably the first
tlme that West Indian flsh haveSbeen
transported alive te Europe. These arc
thriving and reproducing tlielr kind
very freely in tbe tanks at Kew, where
Dr. Gunthcr lives, se that It la possible
they may becorae naturalized. In con
nection with the propagation of these
fish is the curious fact that when placed
In company with the common goldfish
the latter fall te increase In number
through the veraciousness of the llttle
A Terrible TIpple.
The Mexican pulque Is the worst
drink en the foce of the earth. It is the
julce of a tree, and nt first tastes like
sprucebcer, but after fermentation lias
ended and the alcoholic prlnciple is
fully dovelopccl in the liquid it is net
only extremely Intoxicating, but has
a most abominable putrid smell, hav
ing imbibed tlie animal principles of the
skin in which it Is kept It is Impos
sible for an American te drink it with
out holding his nose, and-aftcr he lias
imbibed even a comparatively small
quantity he will get drunker and stay
drknU longer than en any ether drink
Bwann In Ifnsland.
At oho time the number of swans in
EnglandXraust have been enormous,
Paulus JeVlua, writing three and a half
centuries &$e, declared thai he never
saw ft rivr60 thickly eovered, with
was m the Thareee, ami In ld?6, wlien
Jebh Tayler, Vie water poet, rowed
irqw umm VHrtMefcHPeh,
Mrs. 1. V. DAVIS.
CAKPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS,
And HOUSEKEEPING GOODS GENERALLY ALWAYS ON HAND
ASDHA'"YGE0BC4E COX & SON.
L. C. BLATTEIUIAN. ' OLDEST HOUSE IN THE CI'J'V. W. F. I'OVKB.
BLATTERMAN & POWER,
SOLE AGENTS FOH
MILLER'S MONITOR RANGES, .
.VND DEALERS IN
MA-NTELS, STOVES, GRATES, ICE 0EEA.U FREEZERS,
Itorrljrernters, Washtnir Mnchlnes, Wrliiffers and Kltcluti SpeelalllC't. We will net
lie undersold. All goods Kunrantccd as represented. Tin HeuUntr. Outtcilntrnnd
Kcneml Jeb Werk.
28 and 30 W. Second Street,
Landretirs Reliable GaiCleil Seed
WHOLESALK AND Kb! All., FOB SALE I!V
TKOS. J. OHENOWETH.
McCLAMHAN & SHEA,
Tinware, Tin Reefing.
JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS Executed In thn
SREEN WOOD'S , .,-PATNT STORE!
Latest in WALL PAPER. Largest Quantity. Lewest Prices.
CAN SUIT ANYBODY. 1'AINTS, OILS, VARNlSHES. ZWEIGAUT BLOOK.
We -w ill offer for snle at public auction, te
the highest bidder, en
THURSDAY, APRIL Utli. 1892,
the Mairnellu JIl'l nud nil the renl cstnte used
in connection therewith: ulse the Maysville
mid FlciiiinirstHirt? Omnibus Line, including
Omnibus, Horses nnd Harness; also two
Mules, tn e Druj 8 and two Carts and Harness:
ale one ihiee ear-old hnrness und snddle
Oeldintr. Sale v. Ill take place at 11 o'clock n
m. at the Mill. The Mill and Real Estate will
be oetd ter one-tlilnl cash and balance in one
and two jcars, with Interest: the personal
proportion n credit of four months, with (reed
sccurlty.nnd notes bearing Interest.
CARR & TOLLE.
April 2nd. 180J.
w.ii.wAiHweurn, sn. I vr. n. wadsweiith, jh
WADSWORTH & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Tliegeneral practice of Lnw.
COCHRAN & SONS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
umtT. a. rncnitAv, 1
A. M.4.CO0IIUAK, ) UAYSVILLE, KY
WM. 11. reCIIUAV. 1
II VI AT .VJJ.IT t'ltlSTlSflf
A. A. EDMONDS,
Who Conducts a i'rlnttnir Ofilce In Tlie J'ublle
will be plenseil te show you wliat
NEAT PRINTING; is if you laver lilm
with an order.
A First-class Line of
Found in a Drue Stere.
POWER & REYNOLDS.
float, 1'crf u merles, Snoniret, Clinineli, 1'oeket
lloeks.Tollut Artlelua,llruhc,U)lccR, Btutlon Btutlen Btutlon
erjr, l'ulnts for nil purpeitw, Ae.
IH80R1PIION3 ACOUKATKLY DlSl'KNSKl)
AT A H. MOUM.
l'HtreiM9 of tU9 publle retpeetfully tellelted,
THURSDAY ami FRIDAY,
APRIL 7th and 8th.
FANCY and STAPLE
Guttering antl Spouting.
fcest innni fr.
Kere Speed, U.ttcr Individuals .mil CrecdliiR,
for Less Mn y, than nny Knrm,
Sire of sem from 2 19li te 2:30,
by aoe.Wllkec.2:', slroer eltrlity in
2:J0; dum Ren. bv Rescoe, bon el
1'tlet, Jr. TER3I3. f50 cash at
tlme of portico, with return privi
lege, or $75 te Injure.
Hy Alcyone, J!:i7, slre of twenty
no In 2::); dam lady Carr, tiiuu t
AmbasMder, 2:21i. Man S. 2:28,
by American Clay. TEltJlS. $50 te
Hy Egbert, elioef fifty-two In 2:."0;
dam i-nura.lnm of Etw Het (threu-jeai-eld)
l:32tf. KnlRht Templar,
2:3J, by lllllv Adams, son of Ahnent.
TEEMS $10 te insure.
Hy Alcantara, 2:23, slre of fifty in
2:;i, llrst dam by Sir Walklll. sco sce sco
end dum by Kentucky I'rlnoe.
TERMS $10 cash by scuheii, or $16
Cff-Send for Catalogue
JAS. TV. FITZGEEAJ.D,
CINClNNATtDlViaiOS C11CSAVKAKU AM) OHIO.
(Ne. 2 !).a.
Xe. 18....4 n p.
Xe. 4 6 00 p.
J Ne. 10
1 Ne. 17,
I Ne. 3.,
0 20 a. m
A 40 a. in
IMS n. m
.43 p, in
Add twenty six minutes te ret city tlme.
Nes. it) nnd 80 nre tlie MayHvllle uocommoda uecommoda uocemmoda
tlon, and Nem. 17 and 18 the Huntington accom accem accom
medatlon. Nes. 1 nud 2 nre the fast express
and Nes. 3 and 4 the F. F. V.
Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) la n solid train vltn tlireiiyh
diultur car and Pullman nlcepers te WiisIiIuk WiisIiIuk
ten, lialtlmore, Phlludelplilu and New Yerk.
Through Pullman sleencr te Richmond. Vu..
and Old Point Comfert. Ne. 2 Is a solid trnln
witti Pullman slcepcr te Washington, making
all Eastern nnd Boutheastern connections.
Tbe nccoiumedatlon trains are dally except
Sunday; the i est nre dally.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for points
West nnd Seuth.
MAVSVir.t.B DIVISION KKN'TUCKV CKMIIAI..
Lcave- Maysville nt 8:20 n. ni. for Paris, Lox Lex Lox
Inirten, Cincinnati. Richmond, Stanford, I.lv I.lv
Inirsten, Jollieo, SIUl(ll)l)oreiifh, Cumberland
Oap, Frankfort, Ixiulsvllle nnd paints en N.
N. and M. V., Eastern Division.
Leaves Mnjsvllle nt 1:60 p. in. for Paris. Cin
cinnati. Loxliifrten, Winchester, Richmond
nnd points en N. N. and M. V., Eastern Divis
Arrive nt Jlajsvllle nt 10.10 a. m, nnd 6:30
All trains dally oxcept Sunday.
Add twoiity-eix mltiutes te net city tltne.
Cincinnati, Portsmouth, Biff Sandy and
Pomorey I'&cket Ceninany.
Tlie splendid beats of this line, runnlnif bo be bo
tween Olnelnimtl, Portsmouth, Irenton Hunt Hunt
Inirten, UiiIIIikiIIs and Pomorey, iihm Mays
vileo hi fellows)
Pomorey Puekets Rostena, Tolegrepli nnd
City of Madisen paw Muysvllle either war ut
1 o'clock it. ni.
llennuw up dally for Vnnoeburir nt 8 a. m
retiimlnir fur Ufnlnntl, wm MayivllW
dally, except HunttMy, at 2 p. i,
rur irwvni(irtiueMjriipiy is ,
0. M.'fJIlTCJlB, 4m'
. WHITE, JUDD & CO-
At Ke. 42 V, Sictrad Street.
T. II. N. SMITH, :
DEYlI.Vr, . .,
nPmlmWmb . im
Cf.lWP'lWiH e Teeth. , TWu
OFFIUB--"cend Street. i.W
0. W. VVARDLE,
Zwe part's Bleck, Second and Sutten Streets
333-WlifnlmvlnKTeeth Extruded take Mas. Ati
ka? selutely I'nlnleni and Safe.
Majer., 4. E. B. Pcnrce, Jr
uityutcrK martin a, u iiare
CoUecter und Treasurer..
Weed and Ceal Inspector.
City Prosecutor .... ,
..It. A. Cochran, Jr'
A M. IlufT
Wllllera Davis w
. ......v. ni. riiiHiers.,1-1
J. N. KulmeAg.
. .i)r. u. u.uwens?"
. u. At .iiujiii" con i
All 8, Sarah E.Supp ft
M(d Flint Tltuitilnu Evcniiiu tn Eich .VenWi.j
Wlllliiui H. Cox, President,
(3) Cem td ltudy.
(1) J.C. Pocor.
l I. F. rvi-hec.
(3) C. II. Pcnrce, Jr.
(1)E. W. Fitzircrnld,
(-') ll.lt. Illcrbewer.
(3) L.'U. Ilattcrmnii.
II Thes. M Weed,
(2) Rebert Kicklln.
lOOce. C. Elcmlnir,
(3) J. I. -allsbiiry. ,
Ml Gee. Sclireeder,
U I OIK 111CKR.
i3) Rufus Dr den.
The tlKures Inilleate the nntrher of years
eneli CeiincllitHin b t e rcr e from January,
m ise.MC i.nrxie4.
Confidence Ltxlu-e Nn tu Meets first Mon Men
Jin nlKht In each uimitli.
Miiseu l.txlcc Ni. 54: Meets second Monday
til if lit lu cucli meiitli.
Jlnjsllle Chanter Ne. -Mects third Men- -diiv
nli'lit In fiicli month.
.Mai si llle Commander) Ne. ll-Meetlfpurth
Monday ultrlit In ritcii month.
DeKnlh Lodire Ne. 1 'I cots eery Tuesday
RhiKireM Loilire Ni. 27 Meets et ery Wodnes Wednes
PhmiIi E.ieHiiipinnnt se, tt Meets second
and ftiurth Mendny in everjr month.
Canten Mny ll'e Ne. 2 Meets third Me'ndny
nlirlit In i-uch mnnth.
Fnenclili Le.ire Ne. 42, D. or R. Meets
04t Monday til lit lu each month. 1
Umcstoue Loilire Ne. 3 Meets every Friday.',
Mnvllle DUUIotiNe.O, V. it. Meets first
Tuesday 111 everj mentn. '
i. i. s. a. . v
tlaj nli'lit. .
n. a. it.
.Temili Hclscr Pest Ne. 11 Meetslrst and
third Saturday h (n cucli mentti. ,
M. C. HuitlilimCiimpNe. 3. S. of V. Meets,
ei cry WediiMduy eveuluir.
Weman's Relief Cerps Meet second and
fourth Saturdies'ln cucli month.
St Patrick's Ileuoxelont Society Meets
U-rj M'LlltHl Ullllll) . jfB
a.. .j. .11... ..r .1... 11 , f w . a dn
.fiuiiiij m mv u. ji. jiuvis vvvvy ami
Father Muthew Tetnl Abstlncnce Society
M cts flwt -undo) lu t-ach month.
Ancient Ottlur of llllcmlatis Meets third
Suudav in oath mouth.
KnlKhts or St. Jehn Meets lit st Tuesday
In 1 nib month.
German Relief Seclctj Meets llrst Monday
nlht In each month.
OOUXl 1' DIRrCTORY.
. CillCUlT COUUT. 1
lien A. R.Cele, Judtre t..Maysvje
.1. II. Bailee, Commonwealth Att'y,..Mavsvllle
IteiiT). Parry, Clcilc Maysville
Allan I), Cele, .MnsterCntnmlsslnncr. Maysville
Masen -At MajRVillc. Tuesday after the sec
ond Monday lu January. April, July and Octo
ber. Fleminp At Klemlnirsbuitr, third Monday In
May and Notembor.
(Ireenup At flrcenup. fourth Monday in
February ami AukuM.
Jiewls At V.mceburg, secend Monday in
June nnd December.
Nlchelns-At Carllsle, Tuesdnr 'after third
Monday In September und leurth Monday In
MASON COUNTY COUUT.
MectH Sccmul Monday in Each Menth.
Charles D.Newell, County Attorney. Maisvllle l
T. M. Feiirei; Clerk , Majsvllle' f4
Jehn W. Alcxnnder, Sheriff ,
.1. L,. jcnersnn lriniiii.)
Rebert O. Kirk. Jailer......
Jehn 1) Itou, Corener ....
Jehn C. Kvorett-Asit-sonr .
niaysvuie v j.
O. W. lllattenmui, Scheel Sup't..
(Quarterly Court tneets Tuesdav nftnr thn '
second Monday lu June, September and De
cember, nnd has civil Jurisdiction te the
amount of $200.
MnjsvllleNe. 1. Jehn L.Grant, Magistrate. .
ImldH court the first Tuesday In each month.
Jacob Mlller, Magistrate, holds court tlie
femth Tuesday In caolunentb. Wm. H. Daw Daw
MhjsvJIIe Ne. 2.-T. J. Pickett, Magistrate,
holds court the llrst Suturday lu each mouth.
N llllnm Peppor, Magistrate holds court the
fourth Saturday In eueli month. J. 11. MeNutt.
Dever Jaines 'Eariishnw nnd Frank Luns
fprd, Jlnglstrntes, held courts en the first and
third Wednesdays In March, June, Septomber
and Deccmber. Jehn Hutiyen, Constable.
Mtnern-0. N. Wen, or and Jeseph M. Iljur,
Maglstrntcs, held courts en the Hrst and third
Thursdays In March, June. Sqptcmber nnd
Di'oembor. William U. Klnir, Censtable.
Gormantewn-Losllo H.Mannen and Wm. L.
Woodward, Mairlstrate, held courts en the
Hrst irlday nnd third Saturday In Mureu.
June, 8optembor nnd December. William
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MtltflStrntOS. bold OOlirtn en thn in'mnil i;4 v .'
reurtli SatiirdajB lii Mnrch, June, Septomber
nni Docembor. A. J. Suit. Censtable. f J
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Ilayniond.Mairlstrates.liold courts en the soe-
end nnd fourth Frldava In Mnmli. .limn nn.
tpuiber nnd December. Jnmes It. Roborsen. '
iiGWlsburir Tsane T,. MnTlvnln nn.l .Truu.r. '"
M. Aloxander, Magistrates, held oeurts en the -.
second und felirtli Thursdays In March, June, ,
viiuuuuruiiu 4vvuiiiuur. D, M. DtreUO. L)en-
Oranirpburg-M. D. Farrew nnd Lewis M.:
COIIIS. Muulstrutes. held enurti nn tha Dw
Rntllrnnv nnA At MnnAiv In lnMAk T..u.
Septomber nnd Doecnibor. W, II. Coryell! ?
,w"hlnien-E6iira lleirry tind Arthur F.
Weed. Muulstratea. linld nnurm nn tl.n rnnrTL
Tuesdnys and third Wednesdays In Mareii,'
June, Sontcmhef and Docciuber. Oeerce 0.1
Murphyivlllo-Jebn B. Wells and Wt W.
Worthlnirten,Mairlstratea,hold courts q ib
reurtli. Mondays and third Thursdays in Mar,
June, September nnd December. II. T.
Fern Iaf Samuel II. Maitln nnd Powell R,
inmis, mniiiirm0, ueiu oeurts en un
Ktid fourth iatiinUj's 111 March, June,
lwiiHll)eewbr, Charles Wtllliiff
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