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bie for the oplulein expresed bj Correspond
cnts: but nothing telleeting upon tbochiime
ter or habits of any person "III be admitted
te these celumu.l
Tlii following ure authorized Agents for
The Puut.teLKiHiuit in tliclr r spectlve local
Merahuiy Mm tt lien Iletfuuiu.
llcltna Uotiert II. Coid.
MinrrV'i Frank W. lliiwcs.
ixinU It. O. arl(iby.
Omuvehuiv Q. it. Iless.
SnriiwUtleV. C. fWnian.
Maysllck--Charles Wlicclw .
Vmicebuiv Mr. Jennie Stewait.
JUt. Cttrnut Kelly Koxwertliv.
tuiw(i Loander Hilly.
Pd Jesenli W. Williams.
Subscribers will sae tlie trouble of letter-
writing1 by paying tliclr subscriptions te tne
Agent at their place.
W"CVrrw)iidnU trill plcaxe send Letter e
at te t each us net later than 0 o'clock a. m. O.re
fact fit n few wartl cm possible. We want
news In this department, anil net advertising
notices or political arvumentf.
Cern planting finished.
.,The entertainment Wednesday night
' Elder Austin failed te fill his appoint
' The stettu Sunday did some damage te
fences and fruit trees.
-'0. L. Rash entertained quite a number
of young folks Sunday. '
Our school closed U'udne.-day night af
ter a seis.il in nt nine months
Jho tobacco set out in this neighbor
-. heed yet.
Mr. Jeffersen of Mt. Olivet is isiting
the family of J. W. Clary.
Mr. Fletcher of Ripley, O . i-. visit ng
A. R. Heward at Murphysvillc.
I. N. Watsen of the tlrm of N. & D
Watsen returned from Cincinnati last
Charles Kilkeary of Cincinnati has
been visiting James Stevenson for the
gThe storm Sunday morning did much
damage in our vicinity. It blew the reef
off Alexander Watsen's barn and killed
a valuable horse, tore the reef off Wil
1 ljnm Middieten's meat-house and blew
several fruit trees dewu. It damaged Mr
Watseu about $ 500.
, Our tobacco buyers have resumed priz
ing. The farmers are almost tbiOJgh plant
The ground was badly washed in this
Our tobacco buyers are receiving scme
of their purchases. It is in splendid con
dition The storm of Suiday was very severe
in this locality. 'Abarn containing Yerk
and Catrou's tobacco en Mrs. Morgan's
8 v place was blown down; insured. Alse a
ing tobacco, which was damaged. It
blew down a dwelling house for Jehn
Jehnsen, but it was no great less.
ri I'CO Trumbo was In our town Sunday.
e V - - .
Thcre is a new baby at Jehn Hunt s,
' named Lucy Dlmmitt.
'Mrs. James Cook of Millwood was
visiting her mother, Mrs. Jehn McDonald
Miss Minniu Hughes accompanied
,iber grandmother Mrs. O. II. Trumbo te
'A severe rain and wind storm Sunday
has caused considerable damage and dc
.' laycd farm operations.
Mrs. Patsy A. Fouts, who has been very
ill at the residence of her brother, Gcerge
W. Herd, is convalescing.
Sirs,. O. H. Trumbo left for Merehcad
Monday where she gees te join her bus-
t band. They expect te remain nwey for
f' 'AOine time.
ffl The work of improvement geos
grauuany en. tuis time it is a neat
platform perch in front of the storeroom
' f.B. Watkins.
,. VFI.C aKbMiUI 1.1 !(. f... l.n 1 H.l r
wttberities is proving a great incen-
P' ' vwijence te-our town and vicinity. The
fv ktek l vigorous.
Hr and Mrs. Jehn Cmey, took a skiff
M"rW te Manchtwter en Monday. The
ebjei'l pside fr9fa the recreation was te
UHhib and Grant. Huglea of ,Iewia
MHty fld thftif fatkwa'ilylhg vWt eif
tMuutlmy. Tliey were royally entertained,
mjzsr'.i-' " v
the bout the alinji nlTnrnVtl belnu placed
i tlit'ft tlis(iMil
The Site.'- Ware linidly ever falls te
put in mi npuontniice en time, about 0
a til Ctiptulu U'fbb is very nceonitno nceenitno nceonitne
datinif and will receive the paUenaue of
our town henceforth.
Jehn Otte-sin! Hdwnrd McDonald set
e teh Mh'Uit one note of tobacco the first
of last week and were again busily
niiei't'd with 7i.ll their force en Monday
f this wivfc Their plants ate booming.
Miss bielia Shaw of Ripley. O., was in
own esteidt touching some of our
youth lu.w te go up and down the
-eale. She is quite a popular inttucter
In tier line.
0 C Curtail of this place, new tr.vv
elite,' In he inter-. t of the Wrought Iren
Range Company of St Leuis, 3Ie , ar
rived home Satuiilay night and lemainud
witli ids family ever Sunday and Monday.
The storm en Sunday did quite a con
siderable amount of d miave in and
around till; place, but nothing serious in
town except te a number of tine fruit
trees. At Minerva it whipped the lite
out of Rebert Wlilpp's b.trn, and at Fern
Leaf it showed D French hew u French
barn could 1 e laid. On Tuckahoe Kiilue
it (licked up .Mr Pickett's two barns and
demolished them. Scott Osbern had one
barn partially unroofed. Passing ever
te Jehn Ilacen s it tackled his barn full
of tobacco and blew it ever
JIASOX COUNTY COURT MATTERS.
(lleunins Frem tlie l'acs of Hen. Themas
It. I'liister's Unilv Decket.
The minu-d icpmt of the Orangeburg
and Neith Feri; Tut n pike Company
was tiled as follew:
Amount collected at ir.tte ?143 00
Amount paid gate keepers 3(5 00
Amount piitl expenses 107 00
Total $143 00
A hist of Them According te the Esti
mate of "The New Yerk Tribune."
In the exhibit of The New Yerk Tribune
of the lines of business in which nil per
sons in the United States reputed te be
worth a million or mere have made their
fortunes, Kentucky shows up as follews:
City of Ashland Estate of Themas
Means, irnu smelting and manufacturing.
Covington Ames Shinkle, steamboats,
coal, real estate in Cincinnati and bank
ing; James Walsh, distilling and rectify
ing. Manferdvillc Ex-Governer S. B.
Buckner, his wife, Mary Kingsbury, in
herited from M.ijer Henr Kingsbury,
Chicago, made in California in early
days, and in Chicago real estate. Hen Hen Hen
dersoneohn II Barrett, tobacco dealing
and hotel Louisville B. F. Avery,
manufacturing plows and implements;
estate of William G. Meier, tobacco inly
ing and investments in ical estate;
Dennis Leng, feundr and iron works;
estate of Geerge W. Norten, merchandis
ing, banking nnd lands; estate of W. F
Norten, merchantdising, banking nnd
lands. 03tate of James Tedd, merchandis
ing, banking nnd lands, W. C. Hall,
Texas lands nnd railroads; Majer Jehn
Caperteu, California mines aud real
estate; C. P. Moorman, distilling and
whisky commission busine.s; estate of B.
Frank Guthrie, perk; It. A. Itobinsen,
wholesale drugs; Jehn I. Moere, whole
sale groceries, paper mill aud real estate;
Charles R. Bremaker, wholesale gro
ceries, paper mill and real estate; Geerge
U. Moere, whisky distilling, banking,
lands, etc., W. H. Dulaney, real estate
through his wife; estate of Jehn P.
Morten, selling and publishing copy
righted books; estate of Nathan Bleem,
made in merchandising dry goods. Paris
Estate of Samuel Clny, Plantations and
lands, 20,000 acres. Paducah B. N.
Wisdom, chiefly in real estate.
Recapitulation In protected industries
chiefly, 8; in non-protected industries, 10;
A Lotte explosion Sunday afternoon
about 1 o'clock alarmed the residents in
the neighborhood of Fourth and
Scott streets, Covington. It was the
idea at first that a boiler had cz
pleded, and that seme persons had
been killed. There was a rush toward
the electric light pewer heuse, where the
explosion appeared te have occurred. A
large steam pipe in that place had burst,
pirts of the broken pipe being hurled
about the room and into the machinery,
Huge volumes of steam were sent all
through the building befere the steam
valve could be turned off. Luckily the
engineer and firemen 'were net near the
place where the break occurred; other
wise It 'would hnve been the death of
them. The damage from tbe accident
will amount te 9400 or $W0. The busi
ness of the company was net Interfered
I Army of tW CamWrlaad.
I The next annual reunion of the Army
of tlie Cumberland, te be held at
CUukamaugua, has been finally fixed for
I Septcmbcr 15th and 10th. It will thus
take place the week before tlie Grand
Army Encampment at Washington, in
stead of the week after, as first planned.
Members of Maysville Division Ne. 0
U. K. K. of P. are letpiested te meet nt
the Armery at 4 o'clock thls'aftcruoeti.
They will go te Ripley en the steamer M.
P. Wells, where a Dlvisieu of tlie Uniform
Rank will be instituted this evening.
Come fully equipped.
On and ajtcr July 1st, paid locals
icill be inserted in THE LEDtlElt at 25
cents per Hue Jer each insertion.
SritiNO Hats Xclsen's.
SitiUTS made te enlci Nelsen.
FntE and Accident Ins. W. It Wnrdcr.
Ciikapksi' Wall Paper at Greenwood's.
Newkst in Wall Paper nt Greenwood's.
Tiik most complete line of goods, suit
able for bridal presents, nt greatly re
duced prices nt Murphy's the Jeweler,
successor te Hepper & Murphy.
A Wall Papbk Tiiust will he formed.
Paper your rooms new. Yeu can get
Wall Paper and Berder, 10 rolls for one
dollar. ' Kacklf.y & McDouele.
These wishing fresh and reliable Gar
den and Flower Seed, Plants and Grape
vines, should call en H. II. Cox & Sen,
Seuth ide Second street, two doers from
Sutten, the largest dealers in bulk seed
IUrtf.il ns In Ulryrles.
1 Springfield Roadster, cest135. $'-'0 00
1 Victer Safety, cost 135, 00 00
1 Victer Safety Cushion.cest 18."). 120 00
1 Princess Safety Cushion,
cost 87, 50 00
I Cincinnatus Safety, cost. . 115, 65 00
1 ('3 clone 35 00
Kackley & McDouele.
We are authorized te imnounce J. C. JEF
FEHSON as the Democratic candldate for
Sheriff of Masen county at the election te tie
held Tu sday, November 8th, lditt.
M.C. Russell & Sen
will be found en the
during: the building' of their new y
Call and See Them. 19
Allen A, Edmonds.
rmi: iuses E7iirn:a,
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
THAT CAN BE
Mavsvili.e, Ky., May 10th, 1892.
The Heard of Ceunell will meet Friday, May
'Juth, at 7:30 p. m, te hear appeals from assess
ment for tbe year 1893.
MAItTIN A. O'HAHE, City Clerk.
Dr. J. H. SAMUEL,
Es-rMldnt Surgeon flood HumnrlUn lleapltal,
PHYSICIAN AND SDfiGEON
9An suil Rrl4iHcei
TAInl Street, one deer Wt of Market,
Vn Phftvipl AivettUcme,dwuier
JL U jlUXl (ft.' the heading -Wrfp
Wonted." "l.iiit," ('Ftmnd," Ac, of an accep'e.
lie miture, and wit In exceed three-line, en thle
tSTSe ubiri (it(r((Kt'ien(() Uiurtcd with
ratmccnall tn enne tl.cflrtt lime, tee Invite
ok many lepetltlei is at' uecc$'tril te ccurc
u hat you adcertUt fur. HV with the vdvertltert
te feci that they aie net lnilng en twhywtng
our free column.
AdvertUetncntt can be Uft at eurt'Hce or rent
thniuuh the mall ti
TUP I'UULW l.EDQKIt COW-MST,
Kn.WK ThU it Street.
WANTED Five, hundred pounds el old
Fenthers limnineillutely. Apply te UOll
BUT POLLITT. 105 East Third street.
WANTED-A situation In u small family by
a tnldttle-aircd woman. Ne wii'lihw.
Apply nt tills oillee.
WANTED Help, a geed wlitie irlrl for gen
eral housework In n small family. Ap
play at this elllce.
WANTED Te excuiuiKe a :!) pound pair of
Dumb-bells ter a nalr vclghlnv 6 or 0
IKHinds. Apuly at Postelllee.
WANTED A position as copyist and short
hand wrlter by a yeumr lady; can gire
best of roferenoes. Address L. I).. Lkdekii
7ANTED A eomiilete set of " Olllclal Hee-
erns or tne union nnu uontenctitto
Arniles," published by the Wur Detmrttiient.
Address, stating price, " Veturnn, Het 0SJ,
1T7ANTED One large room. Address Ilex
V. Maysville. Ky.
WANTED Three thousand subscribers te
Tub l'uiiue Ledeeh.
WANTED-Energotle Agents and Corres
pondents ter Tub Puulie Ledeku.
OH KENT After the 18th, my resldonce
en Fourth street. Apply te II. H. NEW-
Oil ItENT-A Piane. Apply at this office.
IjlOIt KENT Several vnluable spaces, for
- advertising purposes, In Tiik Peni.ic
FOIt SALE Twe Houses In the Fifth Ward;
lour geed IJulldlng Lets In Sixth Ward.
JOHN WALSH, Ileal Estate Agent.
FOIt SALKarrlttge Shep In Droeksvlllo.
Ky.; with or without tools; a geed stMid
for general blueksnilth work and all branches
of currlage work and trade; will be sold cheap.
Inquire of S. IlHAIirOHD.
IJIOHSALE-Flvegoed Window Frames. Sash
. and SlmttiTfi; will sell cheap. Apply te
J. L. NICHOLSON, at Hlcrbewcr's.
1J10II SALE Five valuable pieces of prop prep
- crtvlntheSlxth Ward. Houses all brand
new. If ou want a home new Is your time.
JOHN WALSH. Heal Estate Agent.
FOIl SALE-C.O00 .11 Inch clap-hoards for sule
by G. W. DYE, Sardls.
ppOlt SALE ur trade for elt- property, a
-L geed family Herse mid an almost new
Surrey. DU. S. PANOIIUHN.
LOST A Geld Shirt llutlen with .the letter
"in" engraved en It. Finder will ploase
leave fit this elllce.
LOST A K. of P. Charm: plea-e return te J.
L. NICHOLSON, at lllerbewer & Ce.'s.
LOST On Second street. between Well and
Wesloy Vlorey's store, a f 10 bill. Finder
pleqge leave at this elllce and rucclve reward
LOST A PocketbooV containing 10 75. He
ward of f.1 If returned te The Ledger
ofllce. or te THOMAS 8WENEV.
LOST A gelden opportunity If you de net
advertlsc lu Tiik Puulie Lkdeeii.
FOUND A Kid Gleve. Owner can get satue
by calling at LKiinr.it ollice.
That It nays a big nretlt te patron-
IzcTiir Puulie Ledeeii.
State National Bank
C'.ipr.ir. stock $'ioe,om
SO A OEREEAL BANKING" BUSINESS.
C. 11. I'kauck, Cashlpr.
W. II. Cox, President.
Jj.0. Pilm, Vice-President.
J. J. FITZGERALD,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter!
11 West Second Street,
Jewel Has Steves.
Small, the Tailor
CAN J1E FOUND AT HIS
EMPORIUM of FASHION
JVb. HO Market Strret,
Opposite Central Hetel.
T. H. N. SMITH,
Uiett ( Extraction
W.II.WAnsWOUTII. sit. W. II, WAnSWOIlTII, JIl.
WADSWOKTH Si SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
The KBiiernl practice of I,aw.
.dTTOJWJSrS AT LAW,
UOMT. A. COCHHAN
A, V, J.COOIIUA
WW. I). COCIIKAN,
0. W. WARDLB, .
Zweljrart'i 'Black, Seead and fiuttcn Btntt.
M.W.tinbKVtni Teeth Kxtrete take Uu. Ab-
peiuimy riHiM kiiil (Ml
Te LlreiiM Ivddltiijc Bpertncln and
Glaiscs in tlie City of MajsvlllH.
He It eiilaltied lu the- lieatxl of PiitincJIiiicrt of
Viecltuef Mayvvtlle, That It Miallbeiinlmvrul
ter any traveling or Itinerant petsen te olfer
for sule spectue e or eyc-jrlusH'S within the
llinttsef the city of Maygville wltlieut havlntr
llret obtained alloensetw provided horeiiu
Sec. 2. Kvcry tiin-cllnjr or Itinerant person
deslrltiK te poddle or soil iectHelcs or eye
irlnsacs In tlie city of Mnyavllle shall, bofero
delnjf se, ebtnln from tbe Majer of siild clt a
license no te de at f 3." per j ear te sell the salt!
nrtlek'S, mid no llconse shall be Issued for less
than out)) ear.
Sec. a. Any person found irullty of violat
ing eoctlen one of this ordinance shall be
tlucd the sum of "i0 for cucli otfenso.
8i:c. 4. This ordlniince shall be In ferce and
take effect f retn anil after Its passage.
Adopted Ir. Council May nth, WU.
WIIiMAM II. COX. Prcslilent.
MAitTty A. O'H ue. City Clerk.
Te Preent Tampering With Street Mallliig
Bexes In the City or Mejsvllle.
He ttenlalncd hy the Boanlef Cennctlmcn of
the city of ilaywlllc. That It shall be unlawful
for nny person or iiorsens te tamper with liny
of tlie street mulling bexet. or te take or col
lect any mall matter therefrem. It shall also
ue tiniitwrui ter any person or persons wear
ing the carriers' uniform. Including the car
riers, te tamper wltb or collect mall from the
boxes ut ether than tbe usual and rcgulur col
Ske. 2. lie further ordained. That any
person violating any of the previsions of this
ordinance shall, upon conviction bofero the
Mayer, be punishable by a line or net less
than ten de lar.s nor mere than llfty dollars
for each c(Tcni te be collected and accounted
ler ns ether lines.
Skc. 3. lleitfmtherenlrlned, That this or er or
dlnance shall be In full forceand effect from
ami alter Its passage.
Adopted In Council Mar fit li. lSftJ.
WILLIAM II. COX. Presldent.
MAHTiy O'llAnK. City Clerk.
Te Prevent Traveling or Itinerant Doctors
from Practicing Medicine In the
City of Majsvllle.
lie in ordained liu the Beard of Ceunclhnen of
x etlu of MamvMe. That It shall be unlawful
for any traveling or Itinerant doctor te prac
tloe mcdlclne In any Of Its brunches within
the limits of this city. Te open an oillee for
such purpose, or announce te the public lu
any ether way an Intention te praotlce medi
cine, shall be unollcnse within tlie meaning of
this ordinance. Provided that nothing In this
onllnance shall be construed ns prohibiting
nny reputable ph)8lelun or surgeon from any
ether place belug called here, cither te visit a
patleut, or In consultation with any reputable
(Musician ei tiimciiyi
See. ii. Any person convicted of the viola
tion of previsions of section one of this erdi
rjiuice shall be Uned the sum of fifty dollars
for each day se engaged In the practice of
Sr.e. II. This onllnance shall be In etTeet
from and arter Its pasutge.
Adopted In Council May 5th. iftri.
WILLIAM H. COX. President.
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.Cheap news, vultrar senatlens nnd trash
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Tub Piiess Sunday edition is a splendid
iwcmy niiKe paper, cevciuik every current
tonic of Interest.
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JO. AIXBO AD SCHEDU C.
CINCINNATI niVISION CHESArCAKK AND OHIO
Ne. 2-... .D30e. m
,,. J ... r,j p. ra
Ne. 4. '.'.'.'.Wee p. m
I Ne. I (1:20 n. in
J Ne. 1U S:l n. m
1 Ne. 17 ...10.W a. m
I Ne. 3. l.ilp.m
Add twentr-slx minutes te get city ttme.
Nes. Ill and 20 are the Mavsvllle uccemmi
tlen, and Nes. 17 nnd 1H the lluutliigtoivnceeni-
modatlen. Nes. 1 and 2 are the rust express
and Nes. 3 and 4 the F. F. V.
Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) is a solid train with through
dining car and Pullman Bloopers te Washing
ton, llaltlmore, Philadelphia and New Yerk.
Through Pullman Blooper te Itlchtneud, Va.,
and Old Point Comfert. Ne. 2 is a solid train
with Pullman sleeper te Washington, making
all Eastern and Southeastern connections.
The accommodation trains are dally except
Sunday; the test are dally.
Direct conueution at Cincinnati for points
West neil Seuth.
MAVSVILI.K DIVISION KENTUCKY CENT UAL.
Lcnve- Maysville at 5:30 a. in. for Paris, Lex
ington, Cluelnnutl, Hlohmend, Stanford, Liv
ingston, Jollice, MlddleslMirnugh, Cumheiland
Oap, Frankfort, Loulsvllle aud points en N.
tt.nna ii. v r.asieru in vision.
Leaves Maysville at 1:55 p. m. for Paris, Cin
cinnati. Lexington, Winchester, Hlclimend
and points en N. N. nnd.M. V.. Eastern Divis
Arrlve at Majsvllle at 10.00 a. m. and 6:45
All trains dally oxcept Sunday.
Add twenty-six mlnutes te get city tlme.
Cincinnati, Ports'meutu, Biff Sandy and
Poincrey Packet Company.
The splendid beats of this line, running be
tween Olnclnnatl, Portsmouth. Irenton Hunt
Ington, Oalllpells and Pomeror, pass Mays
Tllle at fellows i
Pemetpy Packets Dostena, Telegraph and
City of Madisen pass Maysville elthcr way at
1 o'clock a. m. '
Benanxa up dally for Vaneeburg at 8 a. ra.,
returning for Cincinnati, passe Maysville
dally, exeept 8 U niter, at u. m
Fer freight or rMswge apply,tp
f ' iVuicCrj?- Ju937!Jlf:
crrr erricicns. ,
Mayer . .. , ... E. B. Pcare,Jr
.ii? iiium... .. , i, ,,. jimiiu n, r iiniv .',
Collector mid Treasurer,. It. A. Cochra, Jr ".
Matshul. . .. , ... James ileum.
Assoser ...i. Ai N. Hull,'
Wee! and Ceal Inpecter William Davjs '
Wharfiimster 0. M. I'bltter.
City Proseoutor J. N. Keboe"'
City Physician., , Dr. C. C. Owens
City Undertaker Q. A. Moons Sc Sen '
neeper Aiinsnouce eirs.nniu r.. cupp -f
CITV jCOUKCtL. AI
Meet Flrtt Tliunday Evening in Each MeMh
William H. Cox, President.
(3) Conard Rudy,
- M, F. Keboe,
(3) C. II. Pearce, Jr.
(3) II. It. lllerbewer,
(3) L. C. Datterman.
(I) Tlies. M. Weed.
M Rebert Flcklln, -(3)
II. L. Nuwell.
(1) Oei. C. Fleming.
(21 II. T. Haulman,
(31 J. I. Salisbury
(li fleo. Sehreednr,
(3) KufusDrydcn. ,
The figures Indlcate the number or years
each Councilman has te sorve from January,
Coufldeiico Iidire Ne. R3 Meets first Men
lnv uiirht In each month.
Masen Ledge Ne. 343 McetB second Monday
nlht lu each month.
Mavsvllle Chanter Ne. 0 Meets third Men
day night In eaeli month. r lb
Maysville Commander? Ne. 10-Meets fourth -1
Monday night In each month. ' -
DeKnlb Ledgo Ne. 12 Meets overy'Tuesday wrVii'
gnt ;i.t 4
iiuicgeHi i.oiigeio..i jjieets every cones cenes
Plah Encampment Ne. 9 Meets second
and fourth Mondays In every month. , .
Canten Maysville Ne. 2 Meets third Monday
nlaht lu each month. .!".
Frlendshlt) Ledge Ne. 42, D. of it. Meets
first Monday nUht In each mouth.
...K . . r . . a ... ..JJ - ...
Limestone Ledge Ne.30 Meets every Friday y.
night. "" .S
Slaysvllle Division Ne. , V, 11. Meets first .-.. Z
Tuesday In every mouth. , S
p. e. 8. A. vj
Washington Camp Ne.3 Meets cveryThurs- "'"A''
day night. f -
a. a. it. f
Jeseph Ilelscr Pest Ne. l-Moet8 first and ,&
third Suturduys In each month. " .e
M. C. Hutehlns Canip Ne. 8. 8. of V. Meets - V
every Wednesday evening. -!.. '4j'
Weman's Itcllef Cerps Meets second ana 5k 5k
feurth Saturdays In each mouth. -,.
k. ern. -'viu-
Mnyvllle Idge Ne. 277S. Meets first and :fV
third Tuesdays In each month. "
11K.VBVOLENT becibtiks. J
St. Patrick's Uenovelent Society Meets '
etj" second Sunday. i y
Se.iullty or the 1L V. M. Meets every Sen
Father Mathew Total Abtlnence Society ' '
Meets (lrt Minilay In each month, .
Ancient order of Hlhcrnlans Meets third
Sunday in each mouth, '
Knlvhts of St Jehn Meets first Tuesday , -
lu each mniithi '
German llcilef Society Meets, first Monday
night lu each month. . V.J"
COLORED SOCIETIES. . i
Cashier Ledgo Ne. 24. F. L. M. Meets second -4?
Wedncsda) night In each mouth. .-'.$?
e. v. e. e, r.
Mavsvllle Star I.oiltre Ne. 1W8. Meets flrt '.
and third Friday night In each month.
Household of Huth Ne. 87. Meets second
Thursday night In each month. , .
i) u:nim:its or tub taiihhnaci.e.
Conge IHvcr Taberniiele Ne. f0. leeUt first
Tliurjilaj In eaqh month.
OiL'OIITEIl') or TIIK OQOD SAilAlttTA.N.
Rv.in Lcxlge Ne. 0. Meets first Wednesday
night lu each month.
v. n. r.
flood W I.odge Ne. 4fl. Meets first Satur
day and third Wednesday night Ineauh month.
Ybung'8 Temple Ne. 44. Meets tlrst Monday
night lu each month.
e. a. n,
McKlnnevan Pest Ne- 1M. Meets fourth Sat
urday night in eaeh mrnth.
Weman's Itellel Cerps Ne. 2b. Meets flrtf
Tuesda In each month.
Hen A. E Cele, Judge Maysville
J. H.Sallee, Commonwealth Att'y...Maysville
Hen D. Parry, Clerk ., Maysville
Allan D.Cele, Master Commissioner. Maysville
Masen At Maysville, Tuesday after the sec
ond Monday in January, April, July and Octo
ber. Fleming At Flemlngsburg, third Monday In
Muy aud November. ,
Greenup At Greenup, fourth Monday In
February and August.
Lewis At Vnucuburg secend Monday la
June and December.
Nicholas At Carlisle Tuesday after third
Monday In September and leurth Monday In
MASON COUNTY COUIIT.
Meet Second Monday in Each Menth.
The. It. Phlster. Presiding Judge, ... Maysville
Clmi les D. New ell. County Atterney. Maysville
T. M. Pcarce, Clerk Maysville
Jehn W. Alcxnnder, Sheriff... ..,..., Maysville
J. C.Jeffersen in fOB J Maysllck
Sam P. Purine f Deputies Maysville
Hubert C. Kirk, Jailer Maysville
Jehn D Iteo, Corener Majsvllle
JehnC. Everett, Assessor Maysville
G. W. lllattermnn, Scheel Sup't Maysville
(.Quarterly Court meets Tuesday after the
second Monday In Match, June, September
ana December, and has civil Jurisdiction te
the amount of f200.
Mavsvllle Ne. 1. Jehn L. Grant. Mne-Utrntn
iidiiik cijuri inu nrsi liiesaar in eaen mentn,
Jacob Miller, Magistrate, holds court the
ieurtu Tiiesiiuy in eucu month, wtn. U. Daw
son, tonstanie. t
, Maysville Ne. 2.-T. J. Pickett, Maglstrate
holds court the tlrst Saturday In eaeh mouth.
William Pepper, Magistrate, holds court the
reurth Saturday In each mouth. J. D. McNutt.
Dever James Earnshaw and Frank Luns
ford, Meglstrates, held courts en the first aud
third Wcdnesdajs In Mnrcb, June, September
and December. Jehn Itunyen. Constable
Mlnerva O. N. Weaver and Josepb M. llyar,
Magistrates, held courts en tbe flrst and third
Thursdnys in Mareh, June, 8eptomber and
December. William 15. King, Censtable.
Oormantewu liOslle II.Munnen and Wm. L.
Woodward. Magistrates, held courts en the
tlrst Friday and third Saturday In March,
June, September nnd Deoembor. William
Sardls J. M. Hall and Jaraes II. Grtgsby,
Magistrates, held courts en the Second elid
fourth Saturdays In Ma roll, June, September
and Decumber. A. J. Suit. Censtable.
Maysllck Charles W. Williams and J. D.
Ibtymend, Magistrates, bold courts en the sec
ond and fourth Fridays In Mareh, June, Sep
tember and Docember. James H. 4toberson.
Lewlshurg l8aao,L.1MeIlvln and Jeseph
M. Aloxander, Magistrates, held courts en the
second and fourth Thursdays In Mareh, June.
September aud Docember. B. M. Strode. Con
stable. Orangeburg M. D. Farrew nn1 Tjiu-U m
Cellie. Magistrates, held courts en the tlrst
Saturday and last Monday In March. June.
uviiwuwu, aim uuvuuiuur. , tt. UOrypil,
...Washington-Edward Delfrrand Arthur F.
weed. Magistrates, held courts en the fourth
juKeuiiyu una cnira tYeanesaays in Mareb,
June, Beptembpr and Docquiber. Oeerirtf O,
MllFldlVIIVlllA..1ntiri U tVnll t.w.A ut ur .
Worlhlngten Mttglstrateiibeld ceurta m the '' sl
fourth Mondays and third Thursdays Id Mareh, rvflft"
,?nr nnu member. II. T, t' '$,,
Warn I iinfRnrannl W irarln iA ti.. i ff'VJ
Owens, Magistrate, held oenrta ou the swed " jf
and fourth Saturdays In Jlareh. June. Siw. "
ber and Deeember. Charlea Walllngfbrtl, Cw
iiBiBiin-triii am tiUtiri .anci Jesmii W. ?.
end and feurthWednwitayi Tta MiW.3ui3: t V-
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