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"The Editor of Tub Ledoer Is net rospensl-
.bio for the opinions oxpressed by Correspond-
cnts; but nothing- reflecting upon the chnrac-
ter or hablU of any person will be ndmlttcd
te these celumns.1
The following nre authorized Agents (or
The Public Ledebk In their respective lcal
Meranhwv Mntthew Heffman.
Helena Hebert II. Cord.
Minerva Frank W. Hawes.
Sanlls U. O. Grlgsby.
Orangtburu C. K. lless.
Sprlnedalt C. C. Deijman.
Afcitllc'c Charles Whocler.
Vrntcebury Mrs. Jennie- Stewart.
lit. CnnnW Kelly & Foxworthy.
Augusta Leander Tully.
Prd Jeseph W. Williams.
Subscribers will sate the treuble of letter
writing by paying- their subscriptions te the
Agent at their pluce.
WCorrepemInt vcill please send Letter se
as te reach us net Iitr than 0 o'clock a. n. Give
facts in a few tcorite as itesstble. We want
news in thts department, ami net advertising
notice or peIMtcal argument.
, "V. A. Rawlings of Covington is in our
Charles McMath of Cincinnati was here
Cel. It. R. Maltby was here yesterday
Farmers, buy your twine from Cord.
It is rapidly advancing in price.
E. A. Stewart of Cincinnati was here
last weekt aking orders for coal.
R. 31. Harrison of Harrison Bres, of
Bethel, was here this week en business.
A large crowd from this neighborhood
attended County Court at Flemingsburg
Big show in the schoolhouse te-night.
Come and see an 800 pound rock broken
en a man's breast.
Mrs. William Hall and daughter Mag
gie, visited relatives near Sanferd several
days the past week.
Prayer meeting Thursday night, Mite
Society Friday night, and, best of all,
the entertainment in the Christian Church
Rev. Mr. Yerk will preach here next
Sunday at 11 a. in.
Seme of our farmers have the blues.
Better subscribe for The Ledeeh.
Lawrence Creek was higher last
Wednesday than for several years.
J. W. Mclvin of Brooksville was visit
ing his son, J. B. Melvin, last Saturday
Rev. J. W. Nelsen arrived tee late en
Sunday te fill his appointment, en
account of a sick child.
If all reports are true we think the
members of the M. E. Church had better
put some new locks en the doers.
Mrs. Rcid will give an entertainment
at the Christian Church en .the evening
of the .'0th of this month. Tickets for
Bale at the PosteHlcc.
Mrs. Evil llubcr delivered her crop of
17,000 lbs. of tobacco te Cipler & Steven
son of Ripley at S9 per hundred from the
ground up. It was raised en thirteen
acres of hillside land, making her about
H per aero.
We took a trip te Pleasant Ridge in
the Eastern part of the county en last
Saturday. Passing through the Orange
burg precinct we met two voters wending
their way towards the burg. They were
U. C. Dcgman and Xerxes Berry, the
former a Ilillis man of course, the latter
for Wall. We persuaded Mr. Berry te
return home, while Charley went en his
way rejoicing. Mr. Berry had just as
well gene tee the way the thing turned
out, but all the same we stayed with him
until the elcotien was ever. On Sunday
mernlncr we visited Bclhanv Church and
y found W. H. Heek busily engaged in
a;y Bupennicnuing anu icacmng in me
Rf . Sunday-school. A mere earnest werker
would be hard te find. We need a few
1 such work ors in this part of the vineyard.
K . ALII a. m. Elder T. P. Desman preached
ene of his best sermons te an almost
crowded heuse, which was well received
by his hearers. Everybody sings up
tbere, don't forget it. After shaking
hands with many old friends we returned
home Sunday evening with some pleasant
recollections that will net seen be for
The Kentucky Journal says the colored
Utescber of penmanshlp in the Cincinnati
iif jiaklnnl in a ItA 41n.l 1iiaiia I. .f . -.
wlntitnci of T.nttntn an1 wna awin tt n
.intHHiiig t KNiutu nut rfe gvuu ujr u
'Member of the Scheel Beard te take a
&f fteta cent lemonade. Serves him right.
",H should have kept (julet abeufhla win-
sings ami stuck te beer, like the member
el the Beard who detected him in his
MASON COUNTY COURT MATTERS.
(Di'imiiigs Frem the 1'nges of linn. Themas
U. l'liisltT's Daily Decket.
Administration upon the effects of
Themas Kubel was granted te his widow,
Theresa Kubel, with Jehn and William
Kubel sureties. J. P. Marshall, Graham
Lee and Benjamin Ceburn were appointed
The annual report of the Cabin Creek
and Springdale Turnpike Read was as
Cash en hand first of year 8 2 50
Received during year 80 88
Total S3 33
Disbursements 81 33
In Treasurer's hands $ 2 03
The following report of the Pleasant
Ridge Turnpike Company was also filed:
Cash en hand last report ? 73 07
Tell collected during year 103 32
Total 243 39
Interest paid en debt $115 84
Amount paid for repairs. . 81 34
Incidental Expenses 184
Balance en hand 44 37
1.1st of "Ailiertlseu" Letters.
Belew is n list of letters remaining un
called for at the Maysvillc Postefllce for
the week ending May 24th, 1892:
Adam, Adam Mnddev, Mrs. J. H.
llrewn, ltlchard (2) Graham, Okie (cel)
Houtew, Mrs. Ann Manes, Iloley
lllckley. Llzzle Meyers, Itesa & Lena
Cellins. Mrs. Frank Melvin. Mrs. Mattle
Cook, Mrs. F. II. McOlone. Mrs. Hebert
Currey, Jehn Miller, James
Chambers, Matilda O'Connell. Win. J.
Derlngten, It. L. Powers. Kev. 'm.
Dniley, Cynthia Pert, lllnnche Lee
Davis, Aaren lllchesen, It. A.
Evans. Mary Eliza llegcrs, J. A.
Fant, Fielding Skinner llebert
Gatnm, Cynthia Smlce, Andy Will
Green, Mrs. Alice Helm, Jehn S.
Olllesple. Mrs. Mary J. Stewnrd. Ella
Hoever, Andrew Stevenson. Jeseph It.
Henley, Mrs-. Mary Stnmper, Harlln
Hall, Sherman Tolle, Nnnlene
Hafer. Mrs. Louisa A. Wells James J.
Hall, David Ward, CIarlsa
Jenes, W. Washington, Mrs. M.
Kilbon, Walter J. Wallace, Mrs. H. II. (2)
Lewls. Hea Wells, J. W.
Llnville, Wm. Wllllburn, Sarah J.
Lovcjey, F. II.
C5T"One cent due en each of above.
Persons calling for these letters will
please say that they are advertised.
Themas A. Davis.
Miss Allie Wilsen of Carlisle and
Miss Lettie Letten of Bethel will gradu
ate at the Millersburg Female College
Hemit Imhus had a nb taken out at
the Cincinnati Hospital, and, unlike our
ancient progenitor, Mr. Adam, was net
given a substitute for it.
When will the greenhorns become ex
tinct? A rich old feel at Seuth Bend,
Ind., has just been taken in for $7,000 by
the geld brick racket. Served him right.
Mns. Hattie Hill, formerly of Paris,
Ky., but who has been living in Paris,
France, for the past two years, has had a
picture admitted and placed en exhibition
in the "Paris Salen."
The suit for ?5,000, brought by Jehn
Belan against Sharp & Ce. whose pool
room is in Covington, has been decided
in favor of the defendant. Belan is a
colored man, and was ejected from the
peel-room n short time age for disorderly
Gov. BnewN received a petition from
ene of the mountain counties, asking
that the seutence of a month's imprison
ment imposed upon en William Jehnsen
for stealing an axe be suspended, se as
"te allow him te plant his crops." The
request was refused.
V. Cook Hainline, whose failure te
appear at the hour set for his own wed
ding recently has already been noted, ef
fected a reconciliation with his sweet
heart, and the couple wcre married at the
groom's residence at Levee, Montgomery
county. His bride was Miss Elizabeth
Brown of Maytown. She had said she
would never marry him, but changed her
The Master Commissioner of the Chan.
eery Court of Campbell county, and the
Swift Iren and Steel Works of Newport,
bave entered suit in the U. S. Court
against Adam Wagner, Charles Reif. the
Chattanooga Savings Bank and the Chat
tanooga Brewing Company. They sue
Wagner for $80,000, and the ether parties
are made defendants in the bill te secure
possession of four hundred shares of
stock In the Chattanooga Brewing Com
pany. Lexington has just devolepcd an un
savory case. Lllla White, colored, was
in Jail for poisoning her family; she had
had two trials, with a hung jury in each
case. She found out that it was unlaw
ful te hang a pregnant woman in Ken
tucky, se she sacrificed her virtue te save
her neck. The Jail officials tried te keep
the matter quiet, but it came out and her
confession te the charge of manslaughter
wen her fifteen years la the pen.
Mhs. Jehn Bhexnkh of Covington has
pild ever 99,000 as her gift te the
German Old People's Heme, Cincinnati,
te be built this year.
Houses coutinue te arrive at the Fair
Grounds. A shipment of several head was
received yesterday from Themas F.
Cuslunan of Flemingsburg.
An Auditor of n Democratic county in
Indiana is charted with lcccivlng
$11,041 83 iu illegal fees inside of four
years; and it wasn't a very geed period
for collecting illegal fees either.
Chahlie Moehe's sixty day scntonce
iu the Paris Jail, says The Keu, will ex
pire next Tuesday, when he will be al
lowed te depart in peace, as County At
terncy Jehn S. Smith has instructed
Sheriff McClure net te serve the bench
warrants en him.
On and ajtcr July 1st, paid locals
will be inserted in The LEDGER of 25
cents per line Jer each insertion.
SritiNe Hats Nelsen's.
Shihts made te order Nelsen.
FntE and Accident Ins. W. R Warder.
Cheapest Wall Paper at Greenwood's.
Newest In Wall Paper at Greenwood's.
Special desigus in Scheel Medals and
Badges at Murphy, the Jeweler, successor
te Hepper & Murphy.
Pon-ze-ni-na Letien, a rerfect Com
plexion beautifier. Poirtze-ni-na Rouge,
a natural tint. Jehn C. Peceh.
These wishing fresh and reliable Gar
den and Flower Seed, Plants and Grape
vines, should call en H. II. Cox & Sen,
Seuth side Second street, two doers from
Sutten, the largest dealers in bulk seed
We are authorized te nnneunce J. C. JEF
FEHSON as the Democratle candldate for
Sheriir of Masen county at the election te be
tield Tuisauy. ttoveuiDertn, use,
KKPORT OF THE CONDITION
THE STATE NATIONAL BANK
at Moysrllle. In the state of Kentucky, nt the
clese of business, May 17th, 18U2.
Leans and discounts ..f3T9.3W B9
0 erdrafts, secured nnd unsecured. L.'.O.'C 49
U. S. Hends te secure circulation . CO.000 00
Stocks, securities, etc 25,324 14
Due from unproved reserve agents, 33,349 US
Due from ether National Hunks. . 695 14
Due from State Hanks and bunkers. 10,027 64
Uanklng-heuse, furniture, and fix
tures 21.805 69
Current expenses nnd taxes paid. . . 4,095 10
Checks and ethor cash Items . . 2,351 V9
Hills of ether banks 1,275 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels,
endcents 108 05
Legal-tender notes 7,500 00
Redemption fund with U. S. Treas
urer (5 per cent, of circulation). 2,250 00
Total 1774,045 78
Capital stoek paid In ?200,000 00
Surplus fund 100,000 00
Undivided profits 13,319 55
National Hank notes outstanding. . . 45.000 00
Individual deposits subject te check 375,023 21
Demand certificates of deposit 1,500 00
Due te ethor National Hanks 19,45141
Due te State Hunks and bankera.... 5,751 56
Notes and bills rcdlsceunted 14,000 00
Tetul 774,045 78
State or Kkrtucky, (.
Masen County. fw
I, Charles B. Pearce. Cashler of the above
named bank, de solemnly strear that the above
statement Is true te the best of my knowledge
CHAHLES II. PEAHCE, Cashler.
Subscribed and sworn te before me this 24tb
day of May, 1MB.
C. L. Sallee, Notary Public.
Hokatie Ficklin, )
James N. Kiuk, Directors.
William h. Cox, )
All persons passing: the Northeast corner of
Third and Market streets during the tearing
down of M. C ltussell's bousenro hereby cau
tioned that they de se nt their own risk.
S. II. CHUNK. Contractor.
Allen A, Edmonds,
nrcu: LEsazs Bjernra,
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
THAT CAN BE
Dr. J..H. SAMUEL,
Ei-rwlilent Burgeon Geed Samaritan Uaipltal,
Kx-actlng Huperlntendenl Lengvlew
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Third rtttt en$ deer Witt p tfetrktt.
Third arttt, one deer Wtit tf tterktt. IM ueruiiBiGKer jodmeobs. - v.tn rniei&ti.Agmi. uoflltaeio. s'., '.SWf
J.V U LtllllTyCJ tht heading of "Help
Wanted," " wt," " Pimml," itc., tin aceevta
file nature, and net (e exceed three IImcj. en this
ixige, are FIIKE te all,
ISTiS'e Uuine Advertisements insetted with
atmecrt fail te come theflrst time, ue invite
as many repetition as ate necessary te tcewe
chal you advcittscfar. We wish the adveittsers
te feel that they are net imiwstne en u bunting
our free columns.
Advertircmcntt can be left at our nfflce or n(
tipti;i the mall te
TIIS PUllLW LKDOEU COMl'AKY,
Xe. 10 K. I7ifnl Street.
ANTED A Second-hand ltofrlg-ernter.
Auarcss maiiia uul,ukk. aiuysvine.
"WANTED A situation in n small family by
it a mldtlle-HKed woman. Ne washing-,
Apply at tins oince
WANTED Help, a geed white- (flrl for gen-
T oral housework In u small family. Ap-
play nt this ofllce.
WAKTED Te exchatiKO n 20 pound pair of
Dumb-bells for n lxilr weighing 5 or 6
pounds. Apply at Postefllco.
WAKTED A position m copyist nnd short
it hand wrlter by n young lady i can give
best of references. Address L. 1)., Ledukii
WANTED A complcte set of " Official Hoc Hec Hoc
erds of the Union nnd Confederate
Armies," published by the War Department.
Address, stntlng price, " Veteran, Uex 03,
Y7ANTED One large room. Address llex
t v, flniyBruie. ivy.
TANTED Three thousand subscribers te
AHC I'UlIblU UKUU&n.
WANTED-Energctle Agents nnd Corres-
pendents ter The Puulie Lf.deeu.
FOIl KENT Furnished Frent lloem In geed
location. Apply one deer West of Dr.
I7IOH HENT After the 10th, my residence
' en Fourth street. Apply te ft. II. NEW
Oil HENT A Piane. Apply at this offlce.
FOIl HENT Several valuable spaces, for
advertising purposes, In The Puulie
FOIl SALE-Twe Houses In the Fifth Ward;
four geed llullding Lets In Sixth Ward.
JOHN WALSH, Ileal Estnte Agent.
FOIl SALE Flve geed Window Frames, Sash
and Shutters; will sell cheap. Apply te
J. L. NICHOLSON, at Illerbewer's.
EOH SALE Or trade for city property, a
geed family Herso and an ulmet new
Surrey. Dll. S. PANGIIUHN.
T OST Doer Key with brass chain. Lenve
-- IU IU19UIUCU.
LOST An Umbrella with silver handle, nenr
the gute at the C. and O. Depot. Please
return te tins ouice ana receive rewaru.
T OST A Geld Shirt llutlen with the letter
J-i "in engraved en it. Finder win piease
leave at this olllce.
LOST A K. of P. Churm: please return te J,
L. NICHOLSON, at Hlerbewer & Ce.'s.
LOST On Second street, between Wall and
Wesley VIcrey's store, n $10 bill. Finder
please leave at this olllce and rccolve reward.
LOST A Pocketbook containing J10 75. lie
ward of $5 If returned te The Ledger
efflce. or te THOMAS BWENEY.
OST A golden opportunity If you de net
i advertise In The PunLie Ledeeh.
FOUND A Kid Gleve. Owner can get same
by calling at Ledeeh olllce.
FOUND That It pays a big profit te patron patren patron
lze The Public Ledeeh.
M.C. Russell & Sen
will be found en the H
lutiliir 1m liiitliltiifw ft flinln ttAU' U
Villi All II1U Ullk&Vtlll VI LKkilk "V II Tl
Call and See Them.
State National Bank
CAPITA t. STOCK $200,000
DO A GENERAL BANKIHO BUSINESS.
C. D. Pkarck, Cashier,
W. II. Cox, President.
Jno. I'ilkh, Vice-President.
. J. J. MTZGEEALD,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter!
41 West Second Street,
Jewel Gas Stevri.
COCHHAN Si SONS,
ATTOUNETS AT LAW,
1101IT. A. COCHRAN,
A. V. J. COCHHAN
WM. n. CnOHKAN
C. W. WAKDLE,
Zwelffart'i Bleck, Stcend and Sattea fKrccti
Wheii havln Teeth Extracted tkkt Uu. Ab.
elutly PiliileM nnd H(e.
JOB PKINTINa neatly and qulekly executed
if at The Publla Ledger Jeb Reems.
Te LlrenM Feddlluir SpcriaelH and Kje
GUwet In the City of Maysvillc.
Ite it enlil'ial bu the Heard of Ceuneilmen of
the city of Xtayivliu, That It shall be unlawful
for any traveling or Itinerant person te olTer
for snle spcctaoles or vyc-glasses within the
limits of the city of Maysvillc without having
llrst obtalned a llecnsp us provided herein.
Sec. 2. Every traveling or Itinerant person
desiring te pcddle or soil spectacles or eye eyo oye
glasses In the city of Maysvllle shall, before
doing se, obtain from the Mayer of said city n
llconse se te de nt fill per year te sell the said
articles, and no llconse shall be issued for less
than ene j ear.
See. 3, Any persen found guilty of violat
ing section ene of this nrdlnnnce shall be
lined the sum of $50 for each otfeuso.
Sec. 4. This ordlnnnce shall be In ferce and
take clfcct from and ntter its passage
Adopted Ir. Ceunell May 8th. 1MB.
WILLIAM II. COX, President.
MAHTIN A. O'llAKK. City Clerk.
Te Present Tampering With Street Mailing
Bexes in the City of Majsvllli.
lie it ertinfrird by the lieanl of Ceuneilmen of
the city of Maysvillc, That it shall be unlawful
for any person or persons te tamper with any
of the street mailing boxes, or te take or col cel col
leot any mull matter thorefrom. It shall also
be unlawful for anynorsen or persons wear
ing the carriers' uniform, Including the car
riers, te tamper with or collect mall from the
boxes ut ether than the usual and regular col
Sec. 2. lie it further nrdatned. That any
poi-son" violating any of the previsions of this
ordlnnnce shall, upon conviction tiofero the
Mayer, be punlshnble by a tine of net less
thun ten dollars nor uiore than fifty dollars
for each offense, te be collected and accounted
for as ethor lines.
Sec. 3. Ue it further erdrined, Thntthlsor Thntthlser Thntthlsor
dlimnce shall be In full ferce and effect from
and nfter Its pnssage,
Adopted In Council May 5th. 1802.
WILLIAM II. COX, President.
Mahtin Q'Haue. City Clerk.
Te Prevent Traveling or Itinerant Doctors
from Practicing Medicine In the
City of Masville.
Be in erchidia! bu the Beard of Ceuneilmen of
the ctty of Maysville, That It shall be unlawful
for any traveling erMtincrnnt doctor te prac
tice modielno In nnyef Its branches within
the limits of this city. Te open nn olllce for
such purpose, or nnnounce te the publla In
nny ether wnyun Intention te practlce medi
cine, shall be nn otfense within the meaning of
this ordlnnnce. Provided that nothing In this
ordlnnnce shall be construed as prohibiting
nny rcputable nhyslclnn or surgeon from nny
ether place being called hore, cither te visit a
patient, or In consultation with any rcputable
physician of this city.
Sec. 2. Any persen convicted of the viola
tion of previsions of section one of this erdl
nance snnll be lined the sum of fifty dollars
for each day se engaged In the practlce of
Sec. 3. This ordlnnnce shall be In effect
from and after its pnssage.
Adopted In Council May 6th. 1892.
WILLIAM 11. COX, President.
Mahtin A. O'Haiik, City Clerk.
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FOUNDED DECEMBER 1st, 1SS7.
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Tub Phess has the brigbest Editorial page
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The Phess Sunday edition Is a splendid
twenty page paper, covering overy current
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The Phess Weekly Edition contains all the
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THE PRESS, 38 Park Rew, New Yerk.
CINCINNATI DIVISION CIIESAVKAKE ANI1 OHIO
Ne. 2. 9.:l a. m
JVt w ,e .... !, .
. v. .u,H,.v r. ...
Ne. 4 8 UU p. Dl
Ne. 1 (1:20 e. m
Ne. 1 (I:2C
I Ne. 19 J:K
1 Ne. 17....10..Y
I Ne. 3 4.23
10 a. m
23 p. Ul
Add twenty-six minutes te get city tlme.
Neg. 10 and 20 nre the Maysvllle accommoda
tion, and Nes. 17 and 18 the Huntington accom
modation. Nes. 1 nnd 2 are the fast oxpress
and Nes. 3 and 4 the F. F. V.
Ne. t (F. F. V.) Is a solid train with through
dining car and Pullman slocpers te Washing
ton, Hnltimore, Philadelphia and New Yerk.
Through Pullman sleeper te ltlohmend, Va.,
and Old Point Comfert. Ne. 2 Is a solid train
with Pullman sleoper te Washington, making
all Eastern and Southeastern connections.
The accommodation trains are dally except
Sunday; tjie rest are dally.
Direct oennection at Clnelnnntl for points
West mid Seuth.
MAYSVILLE DIVISION KENTUCKY CENTHAL.
Leave Maysvllle at 5:30 a. in. for Paris, Lex
ington, Cincinnati, ltlohmend, Stanford, Liv
ingston, Jolllce, Mlddlesboreugh, Cumberland
Gup, Frankfort. Louisvllle and points en N.
N. and M. V., Eastern Division.
Leaves Maysvllle at 1:55 p. ra. for Paris, Cin
cinnati, Loxlngten, Wlneheiter, ltlohmend
and points en tf. N, and M. V., Eastern Divis
Arrive at Maysvllle at 10.00 a. in. and 8:45
All trulns dally oxcept Sunday.
Add twenty-slx mlnutes te get elty tlme.
Cincinnati, Portsmouth, 1 Sandy and
Poruerey Packet Company.
The splendid beats of this line, running be
tween Cincinnati, Portsmouth, 1 ronten Hunt
Ingteu, Qalllpells and Pomorey, pass Mays Mays
vlleo aa follews:
Pomorey Packets floatena, Telegraph and
City of Madisen pass Maysville either way nt
1 o'clock a, hi.
nenanta up dally for Vanoeburg at 8 a. m.,
returning for Clnelnnatl. natsea Maysville
daUy, except Sunday, at p. m.
rtlW .r VTSWffljfai Amt,
roErreignierpaiMgeBPPiTio .. . . eepiewner ana December. Janee H.Farrew.r- 'jsmam
Mayer .......... E. E. Pearce. Jr
City Clerk Martin A. O'Hare
Collector nnd Trcnsurer... 11. A. Coehran, Jr
Maishtil , .. .. , Jntncs Heilln
Assessor ... . A.N. Huff Huff
Weed nnd Ceal Inspector., Mllllnm DavU)
Wharfmaster C. M. PhlstOT -
City Proseeutor ..... , . J. N. Kehoe
City Undertaker Q. A. Menu & Sen
Koepor Almshouse Mrs. Sarah E. Sapp
Meets First Tliursday Evening in Each Menth, "
William II. Cox, Presldcnt.
(1) W. II. Cov,
(3) Cemird lludy,
(1) J. C. Pccer.
(2) M. F. Kehee,
(3) C. 11. Pearce, Jr.
(1) K. W. FItzgerald,
(2) II. II. lllorbewor,
(3) L. C. IJatterman.
(1) Thes. M. Weed,
(2) Hebert Flcklln,
(3) 11. L. Newell.
(1) Gee. C. Fleming,
(3) J. I. Salisbury.
(2) Polk Hleks.
(3) ltufus Dryuen.
Tlin fliri)mi Indlcate the number of rears
each Councilman has te sorve from January,
Conddenco Ledge Ne. 52 Meets first Mon Men
dnv night In each month.
Masen Ledge Ne. 342 Meets second Monday
night In each month.
Maysvllle Chapter Ne. 0 Meets third Mon
day night In each month.
Maysvllle Commander) Ne. 10- Meets fourth .
Monday night In ench month.
DeKnlb Ledgo Ne. 12-Mccts every Tuesday
night. . .
Hlnggeld Ledgo Ne. 27 Meets overy Wcdnes
Plsgah E.icnmpmcnt Ne. 9 Meets second
and fourth Mondays In overy month.
Canten Maysvllle Ne. 2 Meets third Monday
night in cneh month.
Friendship Ledgo Ne. 42, D. of II. Meets.
first Munduv night In each month.
KNI0IIT8 Or PYTniAS.
Llmcstoue Ledgo Ne.30 Meets every Friday
Mnysvllle Division Ne. 0, V. II. Meets first
Tuesday In every month.
p. e. s. A.
Washington Camp Ne. 3 Meets every Tliurs
O. A. It.
Jeseph Helser Pest Ne. 13 Meets first and
third Saturdays In each month.
M. C. Hutehlns Camp Ne. 2, S. of V. Meets
every Wednesday evening.
Weman's llellef Cerps Meets second and
fourth Snturdays In each month.
k. or i'.
Maysville Ledgo Ne. 2778. Meets first, and'
third Tuesdays In each month.
BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 4
St. Patrick's Ilenovelent Seciety Meots-e-.ery
Sodality of the II. V. M. Meets overy Sun
day. Father Mathew Total Abstinence Seciety
Meets llrst Sunday Iu each month.
Ancient Onler of Hibernians Meets third
Sunday In ench month.
Knights or St. Jehn Meets first Tuesday
tn pnnti month.
German llcllcf Society Meets first Monday
night In each month.
Cashier Ledgo Ne. 24, F. L. M. Meets second
Wednesday night In ench month,
a. u. e. e. r.
Maysvllle Star Ledgo Ne. 1W8. Meets first
and third Friday night In each month.
Household or ltuth Ne. 37. Meets second
Thursday night In each month.
DAUGHTERS OF THE TABERNACLE.
Conge IllverTabornacIeNo. 80. Meets first
Thursday in each month.
DAUOHTEHS Or THE GOOD SAMARITAN.
Evans Ledgo Ne. 9. Meets first Wednesday
night In each month.
u. n. r.
Geed Will Ledgp Ne. 4a Meets first Satur
day and third Wednesday night In each month.
Yeung's Toraple Ne. 44. Meets first Monday
night In each month.
a. a. n.
McKlnnevan Pest Ne. IBS. Meets fourth Sat
urday night In each month.
Weman's Keller Cerps Ne. 28. Meets first
Tuesday In each month.
Hen. A. E.Cele, Judge Maysville
J. H.Sfillee, Commonwealth Atfy... Maysvllle
Ucn D. Parry, Clerk Maysvllle
Allan D. Cele, MastorCemmtsstoner.MaysvIUe
Masen At Maysville, Tuesday after the sec
ond Monday In January, April, July and Octo
ber. Fleming At Flemlugsburg, third Monday in
May and November.
Greenup At Greenup, fourth Monday In
February and August.
Lewls At Vanceburg secend Monday in
June nnd December.
Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday nfter third
Monday In September and fourth Monday In
MASON COUNTY COURT.
Meets Second Monday in Each Menth.
Thes. It. Phlster, Presiding Judge. . . . Maysvllle
Cliiules D. Newcll. County Atterney. Maysvllle
T. M. Pearce, Clerk Maysvllle
Jehn W. Alexander, Sheriff Maysville
J. C. Jeffersen I nnntitina' Maysllck
Sam P. PorlnefI)0lm,lo91 Mnysvllle'
Hebert C. Kirk, Jailer Maysvllle
Jehn D Hee, Corener ..... Maysville
Jehn C. E vcrett, Assessor Maysville
G. W. Illattcrmen, Scheel Sup't Maysville
Quarterly Court meets Tuesday nfter the
second Monday In March, June, September
ana December, nnd has civil jurisdiction te
the amount of $200.1
Ma) sville Ne. 1. Jehn L. Grant, Magistrate,
holds court the first Tuesday In each month.
Jacob Miller, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Tuesday In each month. Win. U. Daw Daw
Maysvllle Ne. 2. T. J. Pickett, Magistrate
holds court the first Saturday In cneh month.
William Pepper, Mnglstrate, holds court the
fourth Saturday In each month. J. B. MpNutt,
Devor James Earnshaw and Frank Luns
ford, Mnglstrates, held courts en the first and
third Wednesdays in March, June, September
nnd Dccomber. Jehn llunyen. Censtable.
Minerva O. N. Weaver und Jeseph M. Hynr,
Magistrates, held courts en the first and third
Thursdays In March, June, Septomber and
Dccomber. William E. King, Censtable.
Germantewn Leslle II. Jlannen and Wm. L,
Woodward, Magistrates, held courts en the
first Friday and third Saturday In March,
June, Septomber and Dccomber. William
Sanlls J. M. Hall and James II. Grlgsby,
Magistrates, held courts en- the secend and '
fourth Snturdays In March. June. Septoraber
and Docembor. A. J. Suit. Censtable.
Mnysllok-Cbarles W. Williams and J. D.
Raymond, Magistrates, held courts en the sec
ond and fourth Fridays In March, June, Sep
tember and Docembcr. James U. lloberson,
Lcwlsburg Isnae L. Mellvaln and Jeseph
M. Aloxunder, Magistrates, held courts en the
secend und fourth Thursdays In March, June,
Soptember and Docembor. S. M.8trode, Con
stable, Orengeburg-M, D. Farrew and Lewis M.
Cellls, Magistrates, held courts en the first'
Saturday and last Monday In Mareh, June,
Septeraber and Doeoraber. W. II, Coryell.
Washington-Edward Deirryand Arthur T,
Weed, Magistrates, held courts en the fourth
Tuesdays and third Wednesdays la March,
June, Soptember and Docembor, Geerge O.
Murphysvllle Jehn B. Wells and Y. W.
Worthlngten, Magistrates, held courts en the
fourth Mondays and third Thursdays In March,
June, Sopteinber and Deee-aber, II. T. Sut Sut Sut
Fern Lear Samuel JL Mastln and PewelLB.
Owen, Magistrates, held courts en the seeettd
and fourth Snturdays In March, June, Septea
tier and December. Charles Walllngferd, Con
stable, Helena William r.iittMll unA Tnu.t ur
natnntun. Ual,l.atu UM.a.. ? f?
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