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IThe Editor of The Ledger In net respensl-
bio for the opinions expreswd by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend
fj pnts: but nothing reflecting upon thochnrao thechnrao thochnrae
' ter or habits of any person -n til be admitted
te thoee columns.!
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l scribers, and he will make collection of
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t . Orders should be j-Iven te him, or they
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te the office
. W. W. Themas, a Cincinnati spice
dealer, is under bend for forging a trade
mark. Mr. Tuemns has ninny customers
) Just as was predicted by the friends of
tue annexation et uncstcr, there nrc evi
dences of mere improvements in the Sixth
Ward this season than in any ether part
of the city. The person who is nlive
twenty years hence will see that the
handsomest und most popular portion of
Krai Estate Transfers.
E. D. aud D. D. Pickett te V. K.
Loyd, two tracts of lnnd en Lawrence
Creek centa'nini,' 103 acres for $1,500 and
ether vnlunble considerations.
Georgie E. Allen and husband te Agnes
Blalsdell of Covington, Ky, let and two
story" resldence en Walnut street. Fifth
" Ward; consideration. $1 and ether valua
The committee appointed te go before
the State Beard of Equalisatien was til
lowed its expenses te and from Frankfort.
The report of the Elizabeth Station
and Mayslick Turnpike Ce was received
Cash en hand beginning year .....$110 27
Receipts from tell dm tag year U26 33
Total $400 Ce
Disbursements 293 10
Bal. in hands of Treasurer... $163 55
FJ. M. Alexander, J. E. Cahill aud
T.TnRnnh It. TCpv nnnrntanra rtf tlm ,a,.
jSMTsenai estate of Jane Nelsen, reported
"T7rs$iha-tr! oe ,..r . i
wiAji iu lumi aiuuuui ui iiuuraiauuiciu.
THE I'EEPER IX T0WX.
Living in Glass Houses Should
Pull Down the lllinds.
One of the most contemptible tricks a
raantcan be guilty of was perpetrated in
f Fifth Ward a few nights age.
lady wns seated by her fireside read
ing wheushe heard a sound, startling her
IJecause of its. suddenness, that proceeded
ffiem without. Upen going te the win-
llftw tn neenrtnln flin aeiua dLa en... .
I MM . .. ..v w.uai., oue ea.i inu
forms dodge down within the shadow of
th"ejjjuildlng. The lady, being of a plucky
disposition, immediately hurried out and
jwaain time te see nnd recognize in one a
youth, whose depravity is known through-
eutthe city, who bad geno there for the
urpese et peeping through the windows
ipen, unsuspecting females, that they
Ignt ten tuetr companions and nsse-
ites that which they knew te be a He.
this had been the first time this same
:ig had occurred, In ail probability
hing would be said at this time; but
se night owls have become mere
d, and their visits aroef such frequent
currence of late that some steps must
necessarily be taken te prevent, if possl pessl possl
bie, n repetition of like kind.
It Is known positively that these so se
called "Peepers" have gene into the
xth Ward, and have even pried open
shutters in order te satlefy their mania
looking through windows. Witnesses
be found who nre ready te swear that
' these sauie parties have erected ladders
te upper story windows et dwellings that
they might watch families retire for the
Sight, and en one occasion, after being
caught in the act, they lowered their
ladder te the ground and lay themselves
alegkle1n the shadow, and being armed
wwe Pred-te take human life rather
thaa wtaiit te being caught. This asser
tion can be backed up by proof substan
tial enough te convict the parties, but
"Wing te the publicity that would have
bwa given, it was allowed te puss unne
kiJ&m&. The names of these parties are
'-"Jhwwb aad unless these nocturnal visits
eue they will be dealt with ac
te law; and should that fall,
J k kw that gives each man the
tjpr4et hit family from such per-
. . r a ) umr ' ' : ?
NHBhSLv U1jXJ i s.tJldtrndmir fti,BSSBtBvM tBfaEUwHHiiVBuJ-HWBn klt && f ,A rjfeCTLtfslE 4 Ju4 JLr JL T !L L " - u 'BSk -
Kentucky Crep Kepertt.
The wenther conditions of the past
week were decidedly unfavorable te the
growth of crops and te the piegrcss of
farm work. Although the rainfall was
deficient in amount ever the greater
portion of the stnte, it occurred In fre
quent llidit Bliewen, which, combined
with the abscilce of sunshine, served te
keep the soil wet and unfit for work.
Therefore, little progress has been mude
with spring, plowing and seeding, and
the season is from n-week te ten days
late. Freezing weather occurred during
the first thrce days of the week and
killing frosts were ge'ncral through the
Northern part of the state. Tiie reports
as te damage te fruit are semewhnt con
flicting, but there is little doubt that in
many parts of the state the results te the
crop are very serious. Seme correspond
ents report that two-thirds of tlie fruit
Is ruined, while nearly nil agree thnt
mere or less Injury has resulted. Its ex
tent cannot be estimated until later.
Seme slight injury te wheat is reported.
"OiiKlrlmes If Dead."
A special from Winchester. O.. says the
trouble between Smith Grimes nnd his
brother Lewis, which hns been aired
in the courts of Adams county a number
of times during the Inst few yenrs, has
been amicably settled, nnd new peace
again reigns supreme. This trouble be
tween the brothers grew out of the settle
ment of the estate of the late G. B.
Grimes. Lewis Grimes was virtually dis
inherited by his father, and he laid the
cause te Smith. When the bank that se
long bere the honored name of Grimes
failed seme years nge, Lewis brought in
numerable suits charging Smith with
nearly all of the criminal offenses in the
calendar. Thousands of dollars were
spent in useless litigation, and at the in
stigation of Lewis. Smith was indicted for
embezzlement and later for perjury. It
was te settle the latter charge that n com
promise was made The attorneys in the
case refuse te make known the terms en
which the compromise was made, but
stated the civil suits and possibly the
ciimlnal charge are at an end, nnd that
the contesting parties and the public, par
ticularly the latter, should be heartily
glad of it. The ense has attracted a great
deal of attention and seme of the best
legal talent in the state has been em
ployed en both sides Smith Grimes is
owner of the famous mineral springs in
the Eastern part of the reunty.
S. P. Seksain hns been nppeinted Ppst-mn-ter
at Soldier, Carter county.
The following invitation has been
Issued. "Mrs. Rebert A. Cochran, Jr.,
nt home Wednesday, May 4th, from 3
until 0 o'clock, te meet Mrs. William
Duflleld Cochran, Maysville, Ky."
SrniKe Hats Nelsen's
Suiiits made te erdei Nelsen.
SI. C. Rl'sell & Sek job Lien CoIIee.
Fike and Aceident Ins. W. R Wnrder.
Cheaj'Esi Wall Paper nt Greenwood's.
XnwEST in Wall Paper at Greenwood's.
SIeals at nil
hours nt Eltel's, Ne. 1S5
Take stock in Second Series of
People's Building Association,"
menciiiR Slay 7th, 1802.
FeuitTEEX K sold Geld Lndies' Wntches
14; Geld tilled Wntches nt ?15; Gent's
Geld filled Watches 815 nnd $18, at Slur
phy's, the Jeweler, successor te Hepper
I have thrce nice rooms ever the Post Pest Post
efllec for rent, suitable for efllccs or
lodgings for gentlemen. Entrance from
Third street. WilmvmH Cox.
The room formerly occupied by W. L.
Themas & Bre., In Mitchell, Finch & Ce.'s
Bank building, is being remodeled
throughout and when completed will be
occupied by Ballenger, Jowelor.
These wishing fresh nnd rellnble Gar
den and Flower Seed, Plants nnd Grape
vines, should call en II. H. Cox & Sen,
Seuth fide Second street, two doers from
Sutten, the largest dealers In bulk seed
w.ii.wADSwenin.sR. I w.ii.wadswert ,jn
WADSWORTH it SON,
ATTOItNEYS AT LAW,
The general practice of Law.
WHITE, JUDD & CO.
At Ne. 43 W. Second Street.
J. J. MTZGfERALD,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter!
41 "rt'Mt Sced Street,
Jewel flfti bOitm. HAYSVILIX, KY.
early as possible as our
CAKPtiTS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS,
And HOUSEKEEPING GOODS
AND FOR SALE J!Y
L. C BLATTERMAN.
OLDEST HOUSE IN THE CITY.
BLATTERMAN & POWER,
SOLE AGENTS F01t
MILLER'S MONITOR RANGES,
AND DEALERS IN
31 ARTELS, STOVES, GRATES, ICE CREA31 FREEZERS,
Refrigerators, Wnsbliifr Machines, Wrlnjrers and Kitchen Specialties. We will net
be undcroeld All goods guaranteed as
Keneral Jeb Werk.
28 and 30 W. Second Street,
IIOLESALE AND RETAI1., FOR SALE BV
thes. j. OH:Eisre"W"ETia:.
DRUUOIST, SECOND AND SUTTON.
MeCLANARAN & SHEA,
Tinware, Tin Reefing,
JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS Executed in the
Latest in WALL PAPER. Largest Quantity, Lewest Prices.
CAN SUIT ANYBODY. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. ZWEfGART BLOCK.
Allen A. Edmonds
F7SLIS US0I3 B7ILSnT3,
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
THAT CAN BE
COOII RAN & SOI18,
ATT0KNET8 AT LAW,
H01X. A. 9O0HRAX,
A. VI J
I T f ' ' r i. T .1 t
J2 S- !
Kf? battles are all the rajre.
With sri' Is aud boys et every ogre,
Easter is here and Springtime fun
May said te be fairly Just begun.
te favor us with their Spring
line is new complete. We will
FANCY and STAPLE
GENERALLY ALWAYS ON HAND
GE0BGE COX & 80N.
W. F. POWEIL
Tin Koellng, uutteriugnud
Guttering and Spouting.
3Iere Speed, Better Iitdhldnals and Breedinp,
for Lees Meney, than any Farm.
Sire of scen from 2.19M te 2:30,
':J0; dam Itesii. by Hoceo, son of
I'Jlet, Jr. TEIISIS. $50 cash nt
tlmoef eorvlce. with return privi
lege, or 75 te Insure
lly Alcyone, 3:ST, slre of twenty
tlve In a:30i dam lady Carr, dum of
Ambassador, HSIU Mny 8. S:28,
liy American Clay. TERMS. $50 te
ny Eifbdrt, slre of flfty-twe In 2:30;
dam Laura, dam of Eiht Het (three
year-old) 1:32W, Knlj-Gt Templar,
2:a" by Ulllv Adams. son of Almont.
TEEMS $10 te insure.
Hy Alcantara, 2:2fl, slre of Of ty In
8:30, flret dnm b Sir Walklll. sec
ond dam by Kentucky I'rlnce.
TEBMN, 910 cash by season, or CIS
t3f8end for Catalogue
JAS. W. FITZGrEKALB,
Soaps, Porfumerlos, Bnonges, Chamois, Pocket
ery, Paints for all purposes, Ac.
PHES0H1PTIONS AC0UHATULY DMPNSD
AT AM. HOUni.
ratronage of the publle respectfully sollelted.
J. JAMES WOOD,
V. SeoeBdt., Maysville, Hy$iJau?.e,eduki
J'J'rt-ri f fl f n .fr.K;
is our reduction sale of Spring Clothing, &c.
Advertising pays when you de as you advertise.
O.ur trade has started off with a rush and we
intend te keep it rushing.
Our line pf $7 50, $ie,and $12 50 Men's Suitare
simply superb, all Weel, Cheviot, 'Worsted and Cassim'ere,
very stylishly made and lined. They are trie kind usually
sold for double the menev. Se it is with lip-htweitrht Over-
!n coats every fashion and
Come and see them. ' They'll make a hit with you."
We are showing extra values in Beys' and Children's
Clethes. Suits worth $5 at $2 50; better ones worth
7 50 at $4: very nebby Lene: Pant Suits for boys agred
ui thirteen te nineteen, all wool,
always $12, this week $8. Men's Trousers $3,' $3 50 and
j, 1 . .!, 1 111k.
M periecting tauqr-maae, an latest patterns.
We absolutely guarantee these prices te be lower
for equal quality than can be had in any house in the state.
Tell your friends about it.
order in Merchant Tailoring Department will please call as
Mayer, E. E. Pcnrce, Jr
CltvClerk Mnrtin A, O'JIure
Collector and Xreasurer... .It. A. Coenrav, Jr
Marslml James llpllln
Agcser A.N. Huff
Woe'l nnd Cenl Inspector William Dnvls
Wtmrfmaetcr C. M. Plilster
City Prosecutor J.N. Kobeo
Cllr Physician v Dr. C.O.Owens
City Undertnkcr Q. A. Means i Sen
Keeper Almshouse..., Mrs. Sarah E.Sapp
Mutt Flrat 27mi tday Evenlna in Each Menth.
William H. Cox, President.
I) W. H. Cox,
(3) Ceniird Kuily,
U) M. V. Kehee.
(3) C. D. Pcarce, Jr.
(1) E. W. Fluirernld,
(-) 11. It. Ulerbeucr,
(3) L. C. Battel man.
a) Tues. M. Weed,
& Kohert Fleklln,
(31 II. L. Newell.
(1) Oeo. C. riemlng-.
(3) J. I. Salisbury.
(.') Polk Hicks.
The fiffures Indlcate the number or vcars
cneh Councilman has te porve lrem January,
Conddence Ledge Ne. 5J Meets flrst Mon Men
iav nlHht In caeh month.
Miiseti Ledgu Ne. 312 Meets second Monday
n I tr lit In encti month.
Mh8VIHe ClianterNe. 0 Meets third Mon
day night In eaeh month.
MujsvllloCemniaiutery Ne. 10-Meets fourth
Monday night In each mouth.
DeKalb Ledgo Ne. 1 Meets every Tuesday
ltlnggeld Ledgo Ne. 27 Meets e cry Wcdues
Plfgah Encampment Ne. 0 Meets second
und fourth Mendnjs In evury month.
Canten Mays ille Ne. 2 Meets third Monday
light In each month.
Friendship Ledgo Ne. K, D. of It. Meets
tlrst Monday nlgbt In each month.
Limestone Ledgo Ne.30 Meets every Friday
ilaysvllle Division Ne. 8, U. K, Meets first
Tuesday In every mouth.
P. O. S. A.
Washington Camp Ne. 3 Meets ever Thurs
a. a. it.
Jeseph Helser Pest Ne. 1J Meets first and
third Saturdays In each month.
M. C. IIutchlnsCumpNe. 2. S. or V. Meets
eery Wcdncsduy evening.
Weman's Heller Cerps Meets second and
fourth Saturdnjs In each month.
k. or it.
Muysvllle Ledgo Ne. 2;78. Meets flrst and
third Tucsdus In each month.
, BENEVOLENT SOC1ETILS.
every second Sunday.
of the II. V. M. Meets every Sun-
Futlier Mnthew Total Abstinonce Socletv
Meets tlrst Sunday In each month.
Ancient Order of Htbernlnns Meets third
Suliduy lu each month. ,
Knights of JJt. Jehn Meets flrst Tuesday
lu each month.
German Hellef Secletj- Meets flrst Monday
night lu each month.
Cashier LodgeNo. 21, F. L. M. Meets sr.cend
Wednesday nlgbt in each month.
'' e. u. e. e. v.
Mnjsvllle Star Ledgo Ne. 1018. Sleets first
and third Friday night In each month.
Household or Huth Ne, 37. Meets second
Thursday night In each month.
DAUOHTKltS OF THE TAllKlt.VACr.E.
Conge HlvorTabernacleNo. bO. Meets flrst
Thursday in each month.
muaiiTEits of the aoeu samauitan.
Evans Ledgo Ne. 0. Meets flrst Wednesday
night In eaeh menth:
V. n. F.
Geed Will Ledgo Ne. 40. Meets flrst Satur
day and third Wednesday night In eaeh month.
Yeung's Tomple Ne. 44. Meets flrst Monday
nlgbt lu each month.
. a. a. it.
McKlnnevnn Pest Ne. 1C0. Meets fourth Sat
urday nlgbt In each month.
Weman's Itoller Cerps Ne. 2&.--Meets flrst
Tuesday In each month.
mm mm store
A First-class Line of
Found In a Drug Stere.
POWER & EEYN0LDS.
Zwe-licrf Bleck, Second, tud Stttten ttrerti
stylish fabric is represented.
elegant patterns, well-made,
Hen. A. E.Cole, Judge Maysvflle
J. II. Sallee, Coinmenwoalth Att'y... Maysville
IJ6n D. Parry, Clerk , Maysville
Allan D.Cele, Master Commissioner. MoysVllle-
Masen-At Maysville. Tuesday nf ter the see seo soe
ond Monday In January, April, July and Octo
Fleming At Flemlngshurg, third Monday in
May nnd November.
Grcenup At Oreenup, fourth Monday In
February nnd August.
Lewls At Vanceburg. soeond Monday In
June and Dcccmber.
Nicholas At Cnrllsle, Tuesday nfter third.
Monday In September and fourth Monday la
MASON COUNTV COUHT.
Mcetn Second Monday tn Each Menth,, ,
The. It. Phlster. Presiding Judge. ..Maysville
Charles D. New ell. County Atterney. Mnysvjlle
T. M. Pearee. Clerk Maavllle
Jehn W. Alexander. SI)Ci ID. ...laysvllle
J. C.J eircrsen I !.,,,. t ... , Maysllelc
Sam P. Perlnef UePUUM1 .., Mnysvllle
HobertC. Kirk. Jailer Mnysvllle
Jehn D Het', Corener Masvllle
Jehn C. Everett. Asseser, Mnysvllle
G. W. Ulatternian, Soheol Sup't Maysville
Quarterly Court meets Tuesday after the
B'e nd Monday In Mareu, June, September
nnd December, and has civil Jurisdiction te
tin-- 1'iuent of tA0.
Majsville Ne. 1. Jehn L. Grant, Magistrate,
held oeurt the tlrst Tuesday lu eaeh month.
Jacob Miller. Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Tuesday In eaeh month. Win. B. Daw Daw
eon, Constable, ,.
, Majsville Ne. 2.-T. J. Pickett. Magistrate,
held court the tlrst Saturday In each month.
William Peppor, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Simirday in eaeh month. J, D. MeNutt.
Dever Juntos Earnshaw ni)d Frank tuns tuns
feld, Magistrates, held cenn beh the first and
thrd WcdnesdnjH In March, June, September
nnd December. Jehn Huuyen, Constable
Minerva O. N. Weaver nnd Jeseph M.llrar,
Magltrates. held courts en the first and third
Thureilnvs In March. June, September and
December. William E. King, Cenxtable.
GeriintiilOH'ii Loslle H.Miinnen und Win. X..
Woodwind, Magistrates, held courts en the
llrt Friday and third Saturday in March,
June, September nnd December. William
SnrdU-J. M. Hall and James H. Grlgsby.
Magistrates, held courts en the second and
fourth Saturdajs In Mnrch, June, September
and Deccmber. A , J. Suit. Constable.
Majsllck-Cbarlts . Williams and J. D.
Itavmend, Magistrates, held courts en the soo seo soe
ond and fourth Fridays In March, June, Sep
tember and December. James It. ltobersen.
Lcwlsburg Isaac L. Mell vain and Jeseph
M. Alexunder, Magistrates, held courts en the
second und fourth Thur.sduys in March, June,
September and December. 8. M. Strode Con Cen
stablo. Orangeburg M. D. Farrew nnd Lewls M.
Cellis, Magistrates, held courts en the flrst
Siitiirdav nnd last Monday in March. June,
September and December. W. II. Cen ell.
Wiishlngten-Edtturd Ilelfry and Arthur F.
Weed, Magistrates, held courts en the fourth
Tucsditvs and third Wednesdays in March, '
June, September and Deccmber. Qoergo C.
Murphjsv Ille Jehn E. Wells nnd W, W.
Wortblngten, Muglstrutes. held courts en the
fmiith MnnilniRnnilthlnlThurailiivaln Mnrh
June. September and Deoembor. II. T. But
Fern Leaf Samuel E. Mastln nnd Powell II.
Owens, Magistrates, held courts en the second
and fourth Satiirda) s In March, Juiie, Septera
her and December. Charles Walllngferd, Con
stable. Helena William Luttrell npd Jeseph W.
Ilntcmuu. Magistrates, held courts en tne sec
ond nnd fourth Wednesdays In Mnreh, June,
Supieuibei and December. James It. Farrew.
CCISNATI IllVIHION CUES il'EAKE AND OHIO.
Add twenty-six minutes te get eity tlrae.
Nes. 10 nnd 20 nre the Muysvllle aocemmc
tlen. nndJfes. 17 nnd 1H the Huntington nccem-
modntieji. Nes. I nnd 2 are the fast expiess
and Nes.U and 4 the V. F. V.
Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) is a solid train with through
dining car and Pullman sloepors te Washing
ton, Uiiltlmore, Philadelphia nnd New Yerk.
Through Pullman sleoper te Hichmetid, Vn
nnd Old PolntCemrort. Ne. 2 is a solid train
with Pullman sleoper te Wasblu&ten, making
all Eastern and Southeastern connections.
The ncoemmodatlon trains are dally except
Sundays the rest nre dally.
Direct connection nt Cincinnati for points
West nnd Seuth.
MAYSVILLE DIVISION KKMUCKV CENTRAL.
Leuve Muysvllle nt 6:20 n. in. f of Pari, Lox Lex Lox
lugten, Cincinnati. Itlohniend, Btnnferd, Liv
ingston, Jollice, Middlosberough, Cumberland
Onp, Frankfort, Louisville nnd points en N.
N. and M. V.. Eastern Division.
Leaves Mnysvllle nt 1:60 p. m. for Paris. Cin
cinnati. Loxlngten, Wlnohestor, Hlchinend
and points en N. N. and M. V., Eastern Dlvli Dlvli
Arrlve nt Maysville at 10.10 a. m. and 8:80
All trains dnlly oxeopt Sunday.
Add twenty-slx mlnutes te get elty tlme.
Cincinnati, Portsnieutli, Big Sandy and
onleroy Packet Company,
The splendid beats or this line, runnings be
twoen Cineinnatl, Portsmouth. Irenton Hdnt.
W&&ti8Sfl ana 1,oraero,' $
Pomeroy Packets flostena, Telegranh nnd
City of Madisen pass Maysvifle either way u
1 ore)oek a. m. " '
llensuw up dally for Vnneeburg atSt u
returalUK for Cincinnati, pawes MaVivflU
dnl r. exeent Sumldv. At U n. in. ".yVHe
i. -'.-l T ' . - T- .'..
rer irvigFu er ptMMura apii
(Ne. 2. .... 0 JS a.
Ne. SO 7:40 p.
Ne. 18 ... ji,
Ne. 4-......8 00 p.
e. Ab. Wm&Z$2ml& m ly mw5 :3. i
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