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bio for the opinions impressed bj Correspond Cerrespond Correspend
onts; but nothing reflecting upon the charno charne charno
ter or habits of ntiy person will be admitted
tn these columns.!
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Te Onr City Snbirrlbr r.
William O. Outten has cluirgc of the
delivery of Tuk Lkuegu te nil city sub
6cribera, and hu will mnkc collection of
the subscription ucceunts.
Orders should be ulviu te liitn, or they
may be left nt the efllcu for him.
Subscribers who de net receive their
papers promptly nre requested te report
te the efllcc.
SrniNO Hats Nelsen's.
SniitTS made te order Nelsen.
M. C. Russell & Sex job Lien Coffee.
Fiiie and Accident Ins. W. 11 Warder.
Cheapest Wall Paper at Greenwood's.
XKWhsT in Wall Paper at Greenwood's.
Meals nt all hours nt Bitet's, Ne lM
Watches. Clocks and Jewelry cheap,
astkk Cards. Eijgs nud Booklets new
f-en exhibition at Knekley is Mt'Deuglc's.
ft The Citv of Mavavllle has a let of tlrst-
class Building Beck for sate. Apply te
Mi"?. Rebert Ficklin. Committee.
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v JMNETY-SIX sneqis ei piaie nnisu paper
t and envelopes, rream and white, for 49
''. . tr..t.i.. i. -1-T .le
CUI11B, III ivuukiuj ej jiBumnii; .
Scintillaiuc is the new style of Wall
paper. Call and see it.
Kackley & McDouele.
Lackmann's Beck Beer en draught
te-day, acknowledged te be the finest in
the city, at Charles Schmid & Ce.'s.
The rrem formerly occupied by W. L.
Themas & Bre., in Mitchell, Finch & Ce.'s
J3ink building, is being remodeled
throughout and when completed will he
occupied by Ballenger, Jeweler.
TnesE wishing fresh and reliable Gar
den and Flower Seed, PJants and Grape
vines, should call en II. II. Cox & Sen,
V Seuth lde Second street, two doers from
$ Sutten, tlie largest dealers in bulk seed
ATtTitit- tlw. .Tiin-nlftr linq mnlp n rrrnnt
$ reduction en his stock of sterling silver
V spoons, forks, berry spoons, sugar spoons,
olive forks, sardine forks, sugar tongs,
f oyster forks and ice cream spoons.
Successor te Hepper & Murpliy.
J. P. Nash went te Aurera, Ind., a few
. davsnee looking for a location; but lie
'has returned te Maysville and intends te
t remain here. ,
A Cnni8TiAN county farmer raised 170,-
":000 pounds of tobacco last year and sold
Lfthe whole crop at 0 cents a pound all
i' , around. This is thought te be the largest
crop ever produced by one man in Ken
Mns. Reuben Yeung, mother of Dr.
Original Yeung, was burned te death at
her borne a few miles east of Owlngsville.
Sbe was standing with her back te the
lire feeding a young baby, when her
clothing caught fire and In an instant she
was enveloped in flames. As thore was
f,' no one else present te help her, she was
burned te n crisp, death resulting in a few
ii Quite an interest is being manifested
'concerning the race between James But-
jSgtfer's and Themas Guilfoyle's marc Black
13668. The race will occur en te-morrow
fat the Maysville Fair Grounds, and wilt
t for $50 a side, each gentleman te drive
his own animal. A large crowd will wit-
(ivb the sport, which premises te be fine,
im they are said te be evenly matched.
Time will be called at 3 o'clock p. in.
rr lit t a a t 1 .7. -,!
"j i a ills mil ui a, a. x ur&er, ueuuuauu, iui
erly of Louisville but late of Cincinnati,
' lm bflfln entered for record In tlm office,
-8f the Clerk of the Floyd Circuit Court.
He bqueaths all his cstate te his brothers,
Janes Rebert Parker of Louisville, and
'Mrg8 Themas Parker of Ladoga, Ind.,
i ultare and share alike, and directs that
. "rwt for $1,184, executed August 4th,
by James Rebert Parker, together
I'bttereet from date, be deducted from
jku. 3. Mem Terry of Louisville la
CAItTEIt COUNTY COURTESIES.
A Siimple Correspondent Seme Answers
te Legal Interrogatories.
The following communication jappcurcd
in a recent impression of Tht Qraysen
Bugle, which the Editor regards as a legal
document, as the writer is a lawyer. It
is printed weid for word and letter for
Utter, us the law permlt6 no changes or
alterations in its forms-
" Wesley vlll. Carter Ce. Ky.
"febiiwary the 23 1892,
"Mr. Editor of the Graysen Bugal,
Dear sir: I sec peaCe in your papar Dated
fcb. the 5 02 CenCcrnan the trll of James
F. Jerdan and A. N. niC Glene I wish
te say that the feel that Ret It nether nees
Law ar gespel and he Is aflt sahJeCt for a
County Pnrpar and bis Proper home
would B the Lunitit k Slliim. or he is a
Cemiserv Ruber It Is trew tliut mcGlene
Shet at Jerdan, but Jerdan assauled him
with tee Stones befer the Hheting took
in Self DefenCe and ther was no prelf
efferd te CentcrdiCk it. tlie mcGlene
fatnley is geed Citisanes and are 'Law
nbldan pcpel. as for the ether Sid I will
lev It for epinlanes
"will yej Plees glv this letter Roem in
your Celames and eblidg a freed.
Titos. P. COOl'EH.
In this connection a friend Informs us
that he was piescnt at a session of Court
in Carter where six candidates four of
whom were Magistrates were being ex
amined for license te practice law.
Among the questions was
" If u man commits suicide, what should
" Why, he ought te be made te take it
and inise it."
Anether question wa
"If u woman gives birth te a child
thirteen months after the death of her
husband. Is the child legitimate?"
One of the 'Squiies was repeatedly
prompt and positive en this point, by re
plying, "Yes, sir; yes, sir."
"You're ad d liar." was the Exam
iner's response, and the interrogator nLd
interrogated retired for refreshments.
Ural Estate Trausfci.
Eliza W. Lawlyes and ethers te Wil
liam M. McKcnzie. 104J acres of lund ly
ing 'n Masen and Robertsen counties; con
sideration, $1,400 and ii teicst thereon
The) III Settle Matters.
The following gentlemen were sum
moned te serve en the Petit Jury at this
term of the Circuit Court which will
resume business Monday, April 18th:
Reger M. Owens, Addison Pollitt,
Jeshua Rees, F. M. Cestigau,
Gee. Lingenfelser, Rebert Ficklin,
Jehn Ree, Jehn Wallingford.
Nicholas Cluncy, David Dicksen,
Orlande Cracraft, W. It. Newell,
A. P. Shawan, James D. Bratten,
Isaac Wntkins, Themas Lally,
E. F. Boyd, Sr., Rebert Pollitt,
Oscar King, Neblo Richardson,
A. B. Greenwood, James C. Owens,
Lewis K. Parry, II. Wall Sinoet.
In Session at Washington.
Ebenezer Presbytery, Southern Assem
bly, met nt Washington last night, and Is
In session te-day.
Rev. Dr. Sudleck is Moderator.
Among the members present, as re
ported te The Leueeh, aie
Rev. Henry M. Scudder, Carlisle;
Rev. Dr. Rutherferd, Paris;
Rev. W. O. Cochran, Mdleisburg,
Rev. W. II. Mebane, Vanceburg,
Rev. B, W. Mebane, Maysville;
Rev. S. Y. Heggs, Catlettsburg;
Revs. Neal, Covington, Ramsey, Au
gusta, and Cochran of Crittenden.
The session will probably continue un
Mst of "Adrertlsert" Letters.
Belew Is a list of letters remaining tin
called for at the Maysvllle Postefllco for
the week ending April 12th, 18D2:
Alten, Maria Mcdlln. It. T.
llanlen, Naenl Mnlley, Mrs. M. A.
Ilryant, Mrs. Sarah Melvln, Muttle
Cehrnn, 11. S. McNiimnra, Jehn
Doelor. Mrs. TiVdln O'Jkmnell, Nicholas
Downey, Mrs llrldget l'earce, Miss E. M.
Durrelf, II. C. (2) Perter, Tlllie
Krlsble, Mrs. Josle Itumey. James II.
Oalrln. It. B. (2) Ityan, Michael
Oalatrer, Vim Tfilcl, Frank
Ourvln, SHdle Strawder, SCUlcr
Hayes. Themas Shnwliun. 1). II.
Hesz, Will D. Stryder, Jehn (cel)
Hill, Mrs. Lucy Tucker, Claude
Huber, Mrs. Ida Vcrtner, Amanda
Hurley, Misses Williams, Llda
Kirk, Mrs. J nines West. J. Jennle
Kohule, F. A. Weed, Josle
Lewls, Leu Yuzel, Mrs. Luclnda
McKIbbcn, J. A. Vlda, Suse
C2TOne cent due en each of above.
Persons calling for these letters will
please say that they are advertised.
Themas A. Davib.
T. H. N. SMITH,
Teeth InMfrltd Without
Oat Vied In Extraction
C. W. WARDLE,
Zwelgart'ii Bleck, ffeeend and Stitten fitrteli
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A 8cMfal Werktfir- Wewan'a Clnb
th BrttUk'Cnpltat '
Perhaps the meat complete and prac
tically successful working girls' elub
thathas yet been organized, sayB Scrl
ncr'a Magazine, Is ene Unit has been
provided through the generosity of a
geed man and his doyetcd wlfe. It is in
Londen, nt tbe Wcs't End, tn Langham
place, just beyond Regents trcct, adjoin
ing the well-knewn Langham hotel. It la
commonly known as the "Girls' Poly,"
te distinguish it from nn institution
with which it Is closely nllied, the Yeung
Men's Polytechnic Institute, which is
universally known among young peo
ple In Londen as the "Poly." The
mere precise nome of the club In ques
tion is the Yeung Women's Institute.
The fees for institute membership ere
very smaE clghtoen penee per quarter
or five shillings (81.25) per year. The
establishment Is open In all Ita parts for
the bencflt of the members from 0:30 te
10 o'clock In the evenings. Che mem
bership fee gives free use of sitting
rooms, library, reading and music
rooms, gnmo-reoms, recreation irreunds
and numerous ether advantages, and
also entitles the fcVtunata young wom
an te admission at low tuition rates te
nn immense range of classes and enter
tainments. The purely club features
of the ploce are h'ghly prized by the
girls. It is no small thing for thorn te
have a bright, cheerful establishment
that they regard as their own, where
they may resort In the eveutngs, and in
connection with which they have access
te se much that is diverting and In
structive. It is needless te emphasize
the importance of such a privllege te
anyone who knows hew the average
young werkingmen and women of our
great cities are obliged te live. In the
refreshment rooms the member may
procure her cup of tea nnd light lunch,
at n cost decidedly less than elsewhere,
and for a year or mere past thcre has
bean served In the capacious dining
room an excellent nnd substantial din
ner, lu courses, at sixpence. Fer four
pence a very geed but less bountiful
dinner may be had by the mero eco
nomical young women of business.
These privileges are, of course, limited
te members. The institute dining
rooms arc vabtly mere pleasant than
the cheap restaurants or lunch-rooms
te which the girls might otherwise be
compelled te resort, nnd the feed at the
institute Is Incomparably better In
quality and cheaper In price All the
influences of the place are homelike,
whelcM me and improving. There
seems te be n tacit understanding
among the young women who meet in
these r.giwable quarters that they must
be en their bes.t behavior must "live
up te their blue china," se te speak.
Ills r-ue nml &uy YVny, Uut He Can't He
t'oelod MU Sunc I'rnld.
What the average American abroad is
most conspicuous for is the commission
of sin ill slnb. Instead of wondering
that t.i En jlish criticise us, we ought
te v eml r rather that their hospitality
w.r net exhausted long age; for really
fie behavior of some of our people
nbrr-'d would try the patience of the
angels in the seventh heaven. Never
by any chance de they seem te de the
right thing except in the wrong way;
and one's head spins In ransacking the
cede te discover what Is the spring of
their action. The frec-and-casy, go-as-you-please,
mebbe-wc-wlll way in
which they accept nn invitation te din
ner that sacred function isnppalling.
They utterly disregard the fact that
time, money, pains, courtesy and brains
have been expended te give them a de
lightful dinner (and I never ate a peer
ene in all my English experience), and
arrive tee early or tee late or net at
all, as it suits them, upsetting the host's
arrangements, the hostess' temper and
making of themselves table talk for
nine days after.
A leading Londen merchant ence said
te me: "An American lady will ceme
here te buy, and nothing but the very
best will satibfy her. real velvet, real
lace, real silk, perfect fit and exclusive
style; no cotton 'mixtures, no 'sham'
skirts, only neble material from start
te finish. An English lady will ceme
In and whatever else, the thing she
buys must be the lowest for credit or
cash. 1 remember the time when an
English lady would bring a carrlageful
of money te buy a handful of lace; new
she brings a handful of money te buy a
carriage! ul of lace, and Is perfectly con
tented te dress herself in any wretched
Imitation. English women all buy this
stuff" (the speaker contemptuously in
dicated some horrid "coffee lace"); "we
can't sell that rubbish te an American,
she would net touch it with her parasol.
Indeed, in ene part in Spain the loco
trade has died, owing te the degenera
tion in taste of English women who
once supported this fabric."
The American cannot pour tea and
cream and sugar te perfection, says the
Jewish Messenger, nnd he may err in
fifty details, but when the situation
arrives that calls for the very genius of
geed breeding, the American shines;
then te the rescue of soma awful em
barrassment or fiasco he comes with his
kindness of heart, nnd love, the true
rcvcaler in a flash of light inspires him
te the action or the word that gives him
rank with Bayard and Saint Franceis
de Sales. ,
Flaxseed In the Eye.
Putting a flaxseed under the lid of the
oye te get out a cinder which has acci
dentally ledged thore may seem a curi
ous methed of abolishing a nuisance,
but Is nevertheless qutte effective.
After the seed has been moistened by
the secretions of the eye It cxndcs a
mucilage, which net only aUevlates the
Irritation of a foreign body, but also
frequently surrounds It and prevents
pain from the motion of the eyeball
against the clnder and ultimately as
sists In Jts romevaL The remedy may
seem novel te nfany persons, says the
St. Leuis Globe-Demeorat,but there are
commercial travelers In thla.city who
never start ea a jewuey without a
pinch of ftaxseetl somewhere la their
baggagalwher It eaa be easily reached
In ease ei m aaeUtwUl efauler ia tbe
eeuree of k raUwar Jam?.
Vtatt.ll j. -.i.n... i.a.- v i, , tmyii.
seasonable)? GOODS wcramlSTA1'LB
CAKPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS,
And HOUSEKEEPING GOODS
AND FOR 8AL
L. c. MjaTTEIIMAN. eldest house in the city.
BLATTERMAN & POWER,
snr.w AGENTS FPU s
MILLER'S MONITOR RANGES,
ANT! DEALERS TN
MANTELS, STOVES, GRATES, ICE CRIJAM FREEZERS,
Rofrlffcratera, Washing Machines, Wrlngers ard Kitchen Specialties. We will net
be umlorseld. All goods guaranteed as tcprescnted. Tin Hoeting, Guttering nnd
general Jeb Werk.
28 and 30 W. Second Street,
Landreth's Reliable Gulden Seed
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, FOR SALE BV
THOS. J". OHCE3SrO"WH3TE.
DRUUGIST, SECOND AND SUTTON.
McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
Tinware, Tin Reefing,
JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS Executed In the
gmmnwoedb, .,.,PATNT STOEE!
Latest in WALL PAPER. Largest Quantity. Lewest Prices.
CAN SUIT ANYBODY. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. ZWEIGART BLOCK.
J. J. FITZGERALD,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter!
41 West Second Street,
Jewel flag Stoies. MAYSVILLE, KY.
Allen A. Edmonds
PUBLIC LI33Z2 BUU.BQT0,
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
THAT CAN BE ,
COCHRAN & SONS,
ATTORNETS AT LAW,
A. U. .1. COCIIHAN
WW. I). COCIIHAN,
mm mm stebe
A First-class Line of
Found In a Drnsr Stere.
POWER & REYNOLDS.
Sonns.l'erfumorlos.Bpongos, Chamois, Pocket
I)oek,Tollot Articles, llrushes.Hpiccs, Station
ery, 1'Hlnts for all purposes, las.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY DISPENSED
Patrenage of the publle respectfully solleltecl.
J. JAMES WOOD,
Ne. i W. Secentl'St M&yYill, Ky.
GENERALLY ALWAYS ON HAND
GEORGE COX & SON.
W. F. POWER.
:-: MAYSVJLLE, KY.
Guttering and Spouting.
WHITE, JUDD & CO.
Arc still In the
At Ne. 42 W. Soeend Street.
Mere Speeil, Better Individuals and Breeding,
for Less Meney, than any Farm.
SIre of seven from 2.1'J'i te 2:30,
by Goe.Vllkce,2:ii.. slroer eighty In
l!:30; ilnni Resu, l)v Rescoe, son of
Pilet, Jr. TERMS. 9C0 cnili nt
tlnioef norileu. with return prill
leire, or tl' te Insure.
By'Alcyone. 2:-T, slre of twenty twenty
tlve In 2:30; diuii lady Curr, clam of
Ambassador. 2:214, Miuy S. 2:28,
by American Cluy. TER31S, G0 te
Ily EKbcrt. slre of tlfty-tweln 2:30;
dam I.uura, dam of Eirp'Hnt (three-jcni-eld)
1:32W. KnlKlit Templar,
tils'.', by I11I1 v Adtims, son of Almont.
TERMS $10 te insure.
Ily Alcantara, .':23, sire of fifty In
2:.!0, first dam by Sir Wulklll, sec
ond dam by Kentucky Prince.
TERMS, 9 10 cash by season, or 18
CSTSend for Catalogue
JAS. W. FITZGERALD,
CINCINNATI DIVISION CHE8APKAKK AND OHIO.
Add twenty-slx minutes te get eity tlme.
Nes. 10 nnd 20 nre the Maysville accommoda
tion, and Nes. Hand IB the Huntington accom
modation. Nes. 1 and 2 are the fast express
and Nes. 3 and i the V. F. V.
Ne. 4 (K. F. V.) is a solid train with through
dining car und Pullman sleepers te Washing
ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia nnd New Yerk.
Through Pullman sloepor te Richmond, Vn.,
nnd Old Point Comfert. Ne. 2 Is n solid train
with Pullman sleeper te Washington, making
all Eastern nnd Southeastern connections.
The accommodation trains nre dally except
Sunday; tbe test nre dally.
Direct connection nt Cincinnati for points
West and Seuth.
MAYSVILLE DIVISION KGNTUCKV CENTHAL.
Leave Maysville nt 6:20 a. m. for Paris, Lex
ington, Cincinnati. Itlchmend, Stanford, Liv
ingston, Jolllce, Mlddlcsboreugh, Cumberland
Gap, Frankfort, Loulsvllle nnd points en N,
N. and 21. V., Eastern Division.
Leaves Maysville at 1:50 p. m. for Paris, Cin
cinnati, Lexington, Winchester, Richmond
nnd points en N. N. nnd 21. V., Eastern Divis
Arrtve nt Maysville nt 10,10 a in. end 8(30
All trains dally except Bunday,
Add twenty-slx minutes te get city tlme.
Cincinnati, Portsmouth, Biff Sandy and
Pomprey Packet Company.
The splendid bents of this line, running bo be bo
twecn Clnelunatt, Portsmouth, I ronten Hunt
ington, Galllpella and Pomorey, pass Maya Maya
vllleas fellows j
Pomeroy Packets ilostenn. Telegraph nnd
City of Madisen pem Maysville olther way at
1 o'clock a. m.
nenanxa up dally for Vanceburg at 8 a. m.,
returning for Cincinnati, pass 'Maysville
dally, exeent Sunday, at 2 p. m.
Fer freight or passage apply te
JOil PRINTINO MMtly and qutekly xeu(d
t The Publle Lfl4Kr Jeb Ressis. r
fclTt OTCW.' i
Miiyer ,,i.,.. .... R. K, Pearee, Jr.
UltrClerk Marlln A, O'llare
Coftectei' and Treasurer.... It. A. Ceeiira-, Jr
Marshal, ,,, ,. ,,. .,i JauiMHenia
Assesser . A.N. Huff '
Weed nnd CehI Inspector ...William Davis
Wharfinuster..,,.. C. M.Phlster
City Prosecutor ..... ........... ., J. N. Kehoe
City Physician......... Dr. 0.0. Owens
f!ttv ITtiilnrfnlrni H. A. Mpfllltl A'. Ann
ReoperAlMShouso Mrs. Sarah E. Srtpp tj
MttU Ftnt Tlumdnv Evening tn Each Menth.
William II. Cox, President.
(1) W. H. Cor,
(3) Cennrd Rudy,
01) M. F. Kohee,
(D) C. II. Pearce, Jr.
(11 Thes. M. Weed,
(2) ltobert Ficklin,
(3) II. L, Newell,
(1) Gee. C. Fleming. ,
(3) J. I. Salisbury.
(1) Gee. Sohreodnr,
(3) Rufus Dryden.
(1) E. W. Fitzgerald,
(2) II, 11. niorbewer,
(3) L. C. Ilutterraan.
The figurea Indicate the number of years
each Councilman has te serve from January,
Confidence Loilge Ne. 52 Mcets first Moti-
luv nlirht In nnnh ninnth.
Mlbntl r.f.1iri V ftl Xfrtn,a Bnnnnil XfnnilltV f- ' .
night In tacli month.
Maysville Chapter Ne. 9 Mcets third Men- :,
day night In each tnerith.
Maysville Cemmnndery Ne. 10-Meets fourth '
Monday night lu vuch month.
DeKnlb Ledgo Ne. 12 Meets every Tuesday
HinggoiiiLe(igONo.27 Mcets overy wedncs
Plsgnh Encampment Ne. 0 Meets scoend
and feuitli Mondays In every month.
Canten Mays llle Ne. 2 Meets third Monday
night in each month.
Friendship Ledge Ne. 42, D. of It. Meets
first Monday night hi each month. (
KNIQHTS Or I'VTIII 8.
Limestone Ledgo Ne. 38 Meets every Friday
Mnys llle Dtvllen Ne. 8, U. It. Meets first ,
Tuesday In every month.
p. e. 8. A.
Washington Camp Ne. 3 Meets every Thurs
a. a. n.
Jeseph Helscr Pest Ne. 13 Meets first' nud
third Saturdays In cacli month. a:
M. C. Hutchlns Camp Ne. 2. S. of V. Meets "?ii
Weman's Reller Cerps Meets scoend and
fourth Saturdays In each month.
k. or ii.
Maysville Ledgo Ne. 28. Meets first and
third Tuesdays In each month.
St. Patrick's Benevolent Society Meets
every second auminy.
Sodality of the 11. V. M. Mcets overy Sun-
Father Mathew Tetnl Abitlnfcnce Soeloty
Meets tlrst bunday lu each month.
Ancient Order of Hibernians Meets third
Sunday In each month.
Knights of St. Jehn Meets first Tuesday
In each month.
Gernmii Relief Society Meets first Monday
night In each month.
Cnshlcr Ledgo Ne. 24. F. L. M. Meets second
Woduesdn) nlglit in each month,
e. c. e. e. r.
Muvsvllle Star Ledgo Ne. 1018. Meets first
and third Fililay night In caeh month. "
Houxehold nt Ruth Ne. 37. Meets second
Thursday night in each month. " l
Conge River Tahernncle Ne. 80. Meets first
Thursday lu caeh mouth.
DUTOHTKIIS OF THE OOOD SAMAU1TAN.
Kvuns Ledgo Ne. U Meets flret Weduesday
night In each month.
ir. ii. i.
Geed Will Ledgo Ne. 48. Meets first 8ntui
duyiuul thlnl Wednesday night In each month.
Veung's Temple Ne. 44. Meets tlrst Monday
night In each month.
McKluncvun Pot'Ne. 101. Meets fourth Sat
urday night In eneli month.
Weman's (teller Cerps Ne. 2b. Meets first
Tuesday lu each month.
CIIICU1T CO UUT.
Hen. A. E.Cele, Judge Maysville
J. 11. Sal lee, Commonwealth Att'y...Ma.iavllle
lien D. Parry, Clerk Majsvllle
Allan D.Cele, Muster Commissioner. Maysville
Masen -At Maysvllle, Tuesday after the soe see soe
ond Monday In January, April, July and Octo
ber. Fleming At l'lemlugsbmg, third Monday In
May and November.
Greenup At Greenup, fourth Monday In
February and August.
Lewls At Vancuhurg, soeend Meuday In
June and December.
Nlchelus At Carlisle Tuesday nfter third '
Monday In September nnd fourth Monday lu
MASON COUNTV COUItT.
Meet Second Mmulan in Each Menth.
Thes. It. Pblster, Presiding Judge. ..Maysville
Charles D.Newell, County Attorney.Mn8vlllo
T. M. Pearce, Clerk Mtiysvllle
Jehn W. Alexander, Shcrllf Maysville
J. C. Jeffersen ir.-,.,.,,.. J ,.. .Maysllck
Sam P. Porlnefucmms1 Mnysville
ItebertC. Kirk, Jailer,, Maysville
Jehn D Ree, Corener , Maysville
JehnC. Everett, Assessor Maysville
G. W. Illattcrman, Scheel Sup't.,,.. Maysville
IQuarterly Court meets Tuesday after the
second Monday lu June, Soptembor und Do De
comber, and hns civil Jurisdiction te the
amount or 200.
Maysville Ne. 1. Jehn L. Grant, Mnglstrate,
held' court the first Tuesday in eaeh month.
Jacob Mlller, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Tuesday In each month. Wm. II. Daw Daw
Majsvllle Ne. 2.-T. J, Pickett, Magistrate,
holds court the first Saturday in each month.
William Peppor. Magistrate, holds court tbe
fourth Saturday In euch month. J. Ii. MeNutt,
Dever .Tames Earnslmw nnd Frank Luns
ford. Magistrates, held courts en the first and
third Wednesdays in March, June, Soptembor
nnd December. Jehn ltunyen. Constable
Mlncrvn O. Ni Weavcr and Jeseph M. Hyar.
Magistrates, held courts en the first nnd third
Thursdays In Mnreh, June, Soptembor and
December. William E. King, Constable.,,
German town Loslle H.Mannen nnd Win. L,
Woodward, Magistrates, bold courts en tbe
tlrst Friday nnd third Saturday In March,
June, Soptembor and Deccmber. William
Sardis J. M. Hall nnd Jaraes H. Grlgsby,
Magistrates, held courts en the second and
fourth Saturdays lit March, June. Bcptember
and Docember. A. J. Suit. Cotistabjei
Mnysllek-Charlcs W. Williams and J. D.
Raymond, Maglstrntes, held courts en the sco sce sco
ond and fourth Krldays In Mareh, June, Sep
tember nnd Doceraber. James It. llobcrsen,
Lewlsbiirg Tsaae L. Mellvaln nnd Jeseph
M. Alexander, Magistrates, held courts en the
scoend nnd fourth Thursdays In March, June,
Soptembor und Docember, 8, M. Strode Con
stable Orangeburg M. D. Farrew and Lewis M.
Cel I Is. Magistrates, bold courts en the first
Saturday and Inst Monday In March, June,
Soptembor and Docember. W. II, Ceryell,
Washington Edward Belfry and Arthur F,
Weed, Magistrates, held courts en the fourth
Tuesdays and third Wednesdays in Mareh,
June, Soptcmber and December, ((eorge O.
Murphysvllle Jehn E. Wells and W. W.
Worthlngten, Magistrates, held oeurts en the
fourth Mondays and third Thursdays In Mareh.
June, September and Docember. II. T. Sut Sut
Fein Lear Samuel E. Mastln und Powell II.
Owens, Magistrates, held oeurta en the second
nnd fourth Saturdays In MarchJune, Septem
ber and December. Charles Wflllngferu, Con Cen Con
Helena-Wllllam Luttrell fend Jeseph w.
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