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Oranetlmrv C. It. ltem,
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notices or lUical arguments.
O. II. Trumbo
Thursday from a month's
visit te Mere-
Mrs. C. C. Dcprnan was called te Mays Mays
vllle Friday by the serious illness of her
Werk en our new schoelhousc is pro
gressing tlnely. We mean the wind
Travel en our turnpike is Impeded by
the immense crop of sweet clever over
Three fine horses belonging te Leuis
lletzc were found dead in the pasture
this week. The cause of their death is
shrouded in mystery.
Mrs. Patty llerd Feutz died at the
residence of Geerge Uerd en Wednesday.
She was buried in the family burying
ground near the old homestead.
This seems te be n period of church
building in Kentucky, and Mt. Olivet is
net behind ether progressive towns along
The new M. . Church, Seuth, is re
ceiving its finishing touches preparatory
te its dedication en the third Sunday in
July, The old frame church was erected
in 1858. Fer several years E. M. New
man, Jack Bell and ether enterprising
members of the church have advocated
the building of a modern brick structure.
Se impossible and ridiculous did it seem
that some- mischievous boys, a few yeurs
aga, fixed up a geld brick by gilding a
clay one. On it was the inscriptien:
'"Fer your new church," and they put it
en the Christmas tree for Mr. Newman.
.Notwithstanding this the money was
raised and the old ante-bellum structure
was tern down early in September. 1891.
The contract for the work was awarded
te Jacob Turnipseed of Maysvillc, and
before winter had set in the building was
under cover. The last brick was put in
its place, and it was none ether than the
geld brick given Mr. Newman in derision.
, It formed the keystene of the new edi
fice, the crowning of his hopes. All the
weed work was under contract of Weed
& Sprague of Mt. Olivet. Benjamin
Price of Philadelphia was the architect,
this being, as he says, the finest church
ever built upon exactly the same plan.
Tbe plastering was done by Frank Pur
nell of Maysvllle, and the painting by
Davis & White of Mt. Olivet. Bratten
fc Harding of Mt Olivet did the stone
work. William A Lay of Cincinnati boa
the job of frescoing The windows are
of beautiful stained glass fremG. C. Rier
dan, Cincinnati. The pews, which will
be arranged in a semi-circular position,
were manufactured by the Cincinnati
Scheel nnd Church Furniture Ce The
pulpit rostrum and chairs were furnished
by ileushaw & Sen, Cincinnati. The
stones for the windows and steps arc the
best quality of fieestene. The church
V will be enrneted tlirniu'lient with tlin hn.nl
quality of Brussclls, sold by J. T. New-
n.n of Mt. Olivet. The chandeliers and
lamps are from the New Yerk Chandelier
Ce. The dimensions of the church are
32XC0 feet, with n seating capacity of
300 people. There are five windows en
each side, four in the rear end, two of
which are in the recess, where is located
the pulpit. The most beautiful, striking
feature of the edifice is the large window
in the front wall in memory of Rev. W.
; D. Power, under whose pastorate most of
the present active members of the church
were enrolled The window cost about
' 4fW willed wn9 ilnnntpd liv tlin frlnnrla
of the deceased Paster all ever the state.
There arc double vestibules and cntrance
doers in front. The ceiling is of chest
nut with exposed rafters, brackets,
braces, etc., in hard pine, all beautifully
varnished. The total cost of the build
ing wll rcuch $5,000. Toe much credit
cannqt be given the building committee,
composed of A J. Bell, M. E. Wheeler,
Charles Sparks, J, A. Wheeler and P. W.
Wheeler, of which E. M. Newman is
.chairman. These gentlemen, it may be
VjMkL have given the new church their
' time, attendance and money te the exclu-
sieH of everything else. The ladies of
the church also deserve te be cempli-
related for their hard work and energy
ia'ftiylHgjBuppcrs, fetes, etc. They have
nitml mere than $600 with which,, tcj car
pt.Bti furnish the churchy A new par par par
somgejw)U froeft be erected. The ddl
Mtfqpi will iKt.held OB Sunday; July 17th.
O TttMday, the 19th, the Suaday-schoei
nflu r p i
Convention will be held, and Wednesday
nnd Thursday, the 20th and 21st, the Dis
trict Conference will be in session.
Truly, as the elder members recall the
old days, the nights in the sixties, when
services were broken up and the men in
the congregation lined up in the street
Just in front and were robbed by a band
of war-time guerrillas; the days when
rebel and Union men knew one another
but te hate, and see new men of every
party and pcrsuaslen worshipping at the
same shrine with the mellowed light of
Heaven streaming in through beautifully
stained glass windows, blessing-all alike,
they may well exclaim, " What hath Ged
The dead body of Wash Garrett, a
middie-aged white man, was found en a
knob near Bradferdsvjllc, a few days
since. A few steps from where his body
lay his shotgun with ene barrel empty
was found. As the body had a wound in
the side it is thought that Garrett
accidentally shot himself in getting ever
On and ajter July lst,paid
will be inserted in The Ledger
cents per line jer each insertion.
SrntNe Hats Nelsen's.
Shirts made te order Nelsen.
FntE and Accident Ins. W. R Warder.
Cheapest Wall Paper at Greenwood's.
Newest iu Wall Paper at Greenwood's.
Pon-ze-ni-na Letien and Rouge the
greatest combination of Complexion
beautiflers. Jehn C. Peceh.
Dns. J. T. Strode and J. H. Samuel
have formed a partnership for the prac
tice of medicine under the firm name of
Strede & Samuel, and tender their pre
fessienal services te the citizens of Mays
vllle and community.
Having formed a partnership with Dr.
J. H. Samuel, I desire very much te have
my private business closed up. These
knowing themselves indebted te me will
oblige very much by settling their aev
counts at once if possible.
J. T. Strode.
MuRrnv, the Jeweler, has made big
reductions en ladies' and gent's geld
watches and all ether goods in his line.
Prices guaranteed lower than any ether
house. Successor te Hepper & Murphy.
1'. 0. S. of A. Netice.
Certain parties arc circulating the re
port that they have license te run a bar
room en the Fair Grounds. July 4th.
There' is no truth in said report as no
such right exists. There will be no liquor
sold en the Fair Grounds that day.
There will be no charge for ladies and
children te any part of the grounds, and
for gentlemen the admission at the gate
is 25 cents, unless they wish te dance.
By elder of Camp Ne. 3.
W. F. Cooper, R. S.
Hermann LaVee, the Cincinnati jew
eler, desires te inform his old friends and
patrons that he is sacrificing his' well
known fine stock of Watches, Diamonds,
Jewelry and Silverware, and is selling for
less than wholesale prices at present,
in order te raise money. If you
contemplate buying anything in the
Jewelry line it will pay you te call
en Mr. Lange nt his old stand, 101 Vine
street, corner of the Arcade, Cincinnati,
O., without delay
We are authorized te anneunce J. C. JEF
FEHSON as the Democratic candidate for
Sherltr of Masen county at the election te be
held Tuesday. November 8th, 1892.
State .National Bank
SO A GENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS.
W. If. Cox. I'rtnldent.
Jie I'iljh, Vlce-I'rnldent.
All persons having claims against C. 8.
Miner, deoeased, are requested te verify and
prosen t satne, together with any claims against
the firm er.C. S. Miner & Ilre.. te said Arm for
payment, ami all persons indobted te the firm
are requested te call and settle any balance
In order tocleso up the cstate of said deceased.
Small; the Tailor
CAN OK FOUND AT HIS
A'e. tie Mr)tt atrttt,
OpfU Central Hetel.
lahft M Sale:
I will offer forsale Macres of land situated
en tbe Tajler's Mill Turnpike nnd Kentucky
Central Railroad nt Summit Station, three
u ml enc-balf miles from Mnvsvllle, ene Of the
bet markuts lu the state. Said laud is Ne. 1
In quality nene better lu the county; well
watered; can be divided te suit purchasers;
four pHssciiKer tratus dally; live minutes rlde
te Masvllle; (reed neighborhood. Any ene
desiring n geed location will de veil te eall en
gned at the home of the late Sin-
i-tillr niminitt. If tint
int.. it net sold privately '
sold privately will be
sold te the highest bidder en Jul
best bidder ou July aut
One-tblrd cash, balance In ene and two
moo in ene and tvreyi
Interest en deferred
with six per cent. Interest en deferred pay
ments. A Hen ou the hind will be retained.
MIIS. ANNA MOUNTJOY,
tlernard P. P.. Masen County. Ky.
Privileges' te LeL
The Hetel, Confectionery, Stable and Bag
gage Privileges will be let te the best bidder.
The Heard reserves the fight te reject any or
all bids. The letting will be ou
Monday, July 4, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
en the grounds. The Heard expects te have
the following divines present during tbe meet
ing! Dr. Moere, editor or the Christian Advo Adve
cate: Dr. Hamilton of Bosten: Dr. Aultmau,
Secretary or the Southern Educational So
ciety. The preachers of the district are ex
pected te be present. The meeting will com
mence July 2sth, continuing until August 8th,
and will be In charge of Hev. Anion Berclng,
Presiding Elder. Any ene desiring rooms or
tents", write I. M. LANE. Maysvllle. K).
The real estate of the undersigned, and
Mills. Machinery and Milling Fixtures thereen
In the Fifth Ward, Maysvllle, Ky., will be sold
SATURDAY, THE 55th DAY OP JUNE,
en six, twehe and eighteen months' tlme,
the purchaser giving notes bearing Interest
from date of sale with security, and retalning
Hen en the property.
The sale will be publle en the premises at 11
o'clock a. m., te the highest bidder, and abso
lute possession will be given and title mnda te
purchaser by deed, retaining Hen, without de
lay. PEAItCE UHOS. MILLING CO.
June 30th. litt.
fjl will he found ou the
during the building of their new
Call and See Them.
l t , J iJ
AND CKMETERY WORK,
In Oranile anil Marble.
M. R. GILMORE,
108 W. HfCOND Stbekt, MAYSVILI.E, KY.
ttfrFreestoneIlull(tlngWerk,S!Mewalks,tSc , at
Gee. M. dinger & Sen,
BRICK MASONS AND CONTRACTORS !
Estimates made en all classes of Werk.
Leck Bex 417, SLAYSVILLE. KY.
Mere Speed, Better Individuals ami Breeding
for Less Meney, than any Farm.
fclre of seten from 2.1U14 te 2:30,
by Gee.Wllkes.2:22, slroet eighty In
2:.J0; dam ltesa, by Hoscec, son of
Pilet. Jr. TERMS, 50 cash at
. tlme or service, with return privi
lege, or J75 te Insure
ny Alcyone, 2:27, sire or twonty twenty twonty
nve in 3:30: dam lady Carr. dum or
Ambassador. 2:21, Mary 8.. 2:28,
by American Clay. TERJIS, 50 te
y Egbert, slre or firty-twe In 2:30;
dam Laura, dam of Egg Het (thrco-jear-eld)
1:32H, Knight Templar,
2::a, by Hilly Adams, seu or Almein.
TERMS, 25 te insure.
!! Alcantara, 2:2:1. slre or titty In
2:30, tlrst dam by Sir Walklll, sec
ond dam by Kentucky Prince.
TERM?, 10 cash by season, or 1 16
C"Send for Catalogue.
JAS. W. FITZGERALD,
x C. W. WARDLEt
Zwelgnrt'i Bleck, Second and Sutten htrecU.
te.Whei having Teetti Kx tracted take (lu, Ab-
eliit-ly I'ttlnlwn Bnd Hr.
Dr. J. H. SAMUEL,
Ex-rCHldent Hargeen flood Hamrlttr Hospital,
Kx-actlng uuperlntcudent Leng-view
eme wit KetHwwi
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th heading of "IMji
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THE I'UULIC LEDGER COMl'ASY,
Se. W E. Tilnl Street.
WANTED-WW pounds of old feathers at
V, ence. HOUEHT POLLITT, 103 E. Third
WANTED A situation for an experienced
nurse. w Ith geed references. Apply at
"It ANTED A white girl te de housowerk.
.t Apply at this olttce.
T ANTED Twe geed cubs.
Apply te OUT
7ANTED Te exchange a 20 pound pair of
v T Dumb-bells for a uxir weighing 5 or B
pounds. Apply at PosteBlco.
WANTED A position as copyist and short
hand writer by a young lady; can give
host of references. Address Li D., Lldeeh
WANTED A complete set of " Official lteo ltee lteo
erds of tbe union and Confederate
Armies," published by the War Department.
Address, stating price, " Veteran, Uex t)S3,
M aysvllle. Ky.
WANTED Three thousand subscribers te
t The Ptiune LEpqHK.
T7IOH. HENT The heuse en Fifth street.
JJ lately occupied by James K. Lloyd. Ap
ply te JOHN L. CHAMI1KKLA1N. Court St.
FOK KENT lloems en first fleer, at 430 East
Second street. corner Poplar.
FOIl HENT Furnished Frent Heom In geed
location. Apply oue deer West of Dr.
E0H SALE Elegant two-story frome rest rest rest
odence en Ferest avenue; let 60X150: heuse
and grounds In superb condition. Will be sold
at.fl bargain. M. C. HUTCH1NS. Acent.
FOK SALE Seven-room frame Duelling In
West end nt f 1,800, en liberal terms. Lo
cated en street car line. M. C. HUTCHIN3,
FOIt SALE The splendid suburban rest
deuce and grounds et A. J. MoDeuglc.
Esq., nearly 0 acres. This Is one of the love
liest homes en the Ohie rlver between Pitts
burgh and Cincinnati, and can be purchased
at a great bargain. M.C. HUTCHIN3. Agent.
I710U SALE A number of beautiful build-
lug lets, choice locations. In East end, en
terms te suit purchasers. New Is the tlme te
Invest In our thriving, growing city. M. C.
FOIt SALE A second-hand sidebar Huirgy.
A geed one. Apply te It. 11. FHOST, Wall
FOK SALE-Cew and Calf. 1'rlce W0.
at D. Daulton's store. Fifth Want.
T710H SALE Or trade ter city property, u
JL1 iroed family Herse and an almost new
"I OST A small paper box. Finder please
-i-i leave at u. ti
LOST Th ree diamond stick pins attached.
Flnder please leave at this otllce and re
LOST A large leather Pocket-book, contain
ing a geld ring and seme nete1; and papers.
Heward paid ir returned te WESLEY VICKOY.
LOST On Third street, between Posteltlce
and Sutten street, or en Sutten street till,
a Posteltlce Key and deer Key, attached te u
chain. Please leave at this olllce.
LOST On Third street. botween Market and
Sutten, a black silk Pocket-book. Finder
will please return te this olllce and get Toward.
LOST An undressed Kid Gleve, between
Limestone und Sutten streets. Itcturn
te this olllce.
LOST Geld Necklace, between Shannen and
Murphysville, June 12th; charm en It
sbape of ace of spades, with small Ivery set
In top side. If found return and receive re
ward. U. F. COLF.. Shannen. Ky.
LOST Between Owens. Mltchel & Ce.'s hard
ware store and Plum street, aw hlte metal
Doerkoy. Please loave at Ledger efllce.
LOST Friday morning, botweeu Hectllch's
store and Hayswood, a red, folding Pocket-book.
Finder will please return sumo te
this otllce und rccehe suitable rewnrd.
OST A PostefncQ key.
I lcave at this olllce.
LOST A black plaid woolen Shawl, frlnge
en ene end. Finder please return te
M RS. M ULLINS. corner Llmostene and Feu rt h
streets und receive reward.
LOST A Ilulldlng Association Heek belong
ing te Jesh Green. Please leuve at this
FOUND-An undressed Kid Glevo. Cull at
FOUND In Trent or Will Stockton's gro
cery, a Pocket-book containing money.
Call at Ledger olllce and proxe property.
I7IOUND A brass Doer Key: ewner call at
this olllce und preve property.
FOUND-Thnt It pujs a big prbUt
IzeThe Pun me Lkdekii.
te pat ren-
Te Article Oue of Articles Incorpora Incerpora Incorpera
ting1 the Oakwoetl Distillery Ce.
Aktici.k te amend Article I of Articles of In
corporation of Oakwood DlstlMery Company,
of Maysvllle, Masen county, Kentucky, re
corded In Deed Heek Ne. 03, page 443.
He It known te all whom It may concern,
that at a meeting or the stockholders or the
Oakwood Distillery Company, Maysvllle,
held at Its olllce In Maysvllle, Kentucky,
Friday, June 3d, lgltt, It was agreed
that the corperato name or said company
be changed from Oukwoed Dlstlllery Com
pany te Poyntz Hrothers Company, and
that horcafter the business of said corpora
tion be conducted under the corperato name
or Poyntz Hrethers Company. And It was
further agreed at said meeting that Den 11.
Poyntz. Secretary and Treasurer or said
Oakwood Distillery Compauy.beuud he was au
thorized te iniike proper acknowledgment of
aald change or name betore the Clerk of Ma Ma
eon County Court, and cuuse satne te be pub
lished and recorded as requlred by law.
HEN II. POYNTZ.
Sec. and Ticas, of Oahuoed DMtlUru Ce.
State or Kkmuckv, I ...
Masen County. (""'
It T. M. Pearce, Clerk et the County Court
ier me county ana state ureresaid, de certlly
that the foregoing Instrument or writing was
this day produced te me lu said county and
acknowledged before me by Hen II. Poyntz, a
a party thereto, te be bis act and deed, and
ledged for record, whereupon the SHtne. te
gether with this cortiltcate, hath been duly
admitted te record In my olllce.
Ulvcn under my hand this 3d day or June,
T. M.i PKAHCK. Clerk.
-nyJ.CLovel, D, C.
J. J. FITZGERALD,
Plumber, Gas and Steam JFitter!
JywjieMBteTM.., MAYBVILLK, KY,
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ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
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CINCINNATI DIVISION CHKSAPEAKK AND OHIO.
Knmt i t.- M ''' P. m
fNe. 1 6.20 a. m
Mnii S5?J' Wml I "O. 19 S 40 n. Ill
RDUTE 1 Ne. 17.. 10 50a. m
. v. J.......1 i, ,. in
Add twenty-six minutes te get city tlme.
Nes. ID and 20 are the Maysvllle accommoda
tion, and Neg. 17 and 18 the Huntington accom
modation. Nes. 1 and 2 are the fust express
and Nes.3 and 4 the F. F. V.
Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) Is a solid train with through
dining ear and Pullman slocpers te Washing
ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia ahd New Yerk.
inreugn ruiiinan sieeper te Richmond, Va.,
and Old Point Comfert. Ne. 2 Is a solid train
with Pullman sleeper te Washington, making
an Kusieru una southeastern connections.
The accommodation trains are dally oxcept
Sunday; the rest are dally.
Direct connection ut Cincinnati for points
West and Seuth.
Leaves Maysvllle at
R:30 a. in. for Paris, Lex
Ington, Cincinnati, Rich.
meild. Stnnfni-il. f.Iv.
Ingston, Jolllce, MIddlesboreugh, Cumborlend
Gup, Fruukrert. Loulsvllle and points en N.
N. and M. V Eastern Division.
Leaves Maysvllle at 1:M p. m. for Paris, Cin
cinnati. Loxlngten, Winchester, Richmond
and points en N. N. and M. V Eusteni Divis
Arrlve at Maysvllle at 10.00 a. in. and 8:45
All trains daily oxcept Sunday.
Add twenty-six minutes te get city tlme.
DIHKCf HOUTK WEST
The Ohie and Mtsstestp.
Is tbe short line bo be bo
tweou Cincinnati and
St. Leuis, und all of Its
trains run threuuh solid
te St. Leuis. Ne transferring or baggage or
or passengers who travel en 0. and M. trains.
Less than ten hours Is our tlme te St. Leuis,
whero our trains make connection In the
Union Depot with trains or all lines for the
West, Southwest and Northwest.
The Ohie and Mississippi Railway Is the di
rect and fust line te Loulsvllle.
Thu Ohie und Mississippi Railway gives spe
cial attention te colonists going West, olther
single or in parties, uur agents are pro pre
parod at all t lines te furnish Information as te
rates and routes te points West, and when
passengers ure ready te start will seeure their
tickets at Iowest rates and attend te check
ing baggage through te destination.
Fer tieknts via O. and M. Railway and
further Information cell en agents or connect
ing lines or uddrcss O. W. PARIS,1
Central Passenger Agent O. and M. Rail
way, 48 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O.
Cincinnati, PortBineutii, BIp; Sandy and
.Pomcrey Fackel Company.
The splendid beats of this line, running bo be bo
tween Cincinnati, Portsmouth, I ronten Hunt?
Ington, Galllpells and Pomeroy, pass Mays Mays
vlleo as follews:
il'omerer Paekets Iletlpna, Telogreph
City of Madisen pass Maysvllle either wa
1 nAlAAl a
n RvfrKl l r
if' NXVJV Si s
Bonanza up dally for yaneeburg at 8 a, m.,
returning for Cluelnntl.' pewes Maysvllle
daily, except Sunday, at a p. mi
Fer freight or paetMre amir te
mfninj,m . ( M
Collector and Treasurer.
Weed and Ceal Inspector
City Prosecutor .. .
Cltr Phrslclan . .
.. . . E. E. Pearee, Jr
Martin A. O'llare
It. A. CechniM, Jr t
. , .Jnme HeHln
, A.N. Hutf ,
.. William Davis
., ,.u. fit. i iiisivr ,
, J.N. Kehoe.'Tl
Dr. CO. Owens 'j
City Undertaker . . , Q. A. Means A Sen
Keeper Almshouse Mrs.aoreu E.sapp
, C1TV council.
Meets Fiist Thumlay Eeentna in Each Jfimti. "
William H. Cox, Prt'Sldent.
(1) W. II. Cox,
(3) Conard lludy,
(1) J. C. Pecer,
(2) M. F. Kehoe,
(3) O. II. Pearce, Jr.
(1) E. W, Fltigerald.
(3) L. C. Hattermah.
(I Thes. M. Weed,
(2) ltobert FICklln,
(3) II. L. Ne well.
(1) (led. O. Fleming
(3) J, I. Salisbury.
(1) Oce. Schrocder,
C!) I'OJK IIICICS,
(3) Itufus Drrden.
The figures Indlcate tbe number of yean
each Councilman has te sorve from January,
Confidence Ledge Ne. 62 Meets first Mon
day night In each month. -
Masen Lndge Ne. 342 Meets second Monday'
night In each month.
Maysvllle Chapter Ne. 0 Meets third Men'
day night In each month.
Mai svllle Cemmandery Ne. 10 Mcets fourth
Monday night In each month.
DeKalb Ledgo Ne. 12 Meets every Tuesday .,
geld Ledge Ne. 27 Meets overy Wednes-
Plsgah Encampment Ne. 0 Meets
ami seurtn .Menaajs in overy mentn.
Cantou Maysvllle Ne. 2 Mepts third Monday
night lu each month.
Friendship Ledgo Ne. 42, D. of It. -Meets
first Monday night In each month.
KNIOIITS Or PYTHIAS.
LImcstone Ledgo Ne. 3d Meets overy Friday
Maysvllle Division Ne. 0, U. R.-Meets first
Tuesday in overy month. '
p, e. s. A.
Washington Camp Ne. 3 Meets every Thurs
Q. A. H.
Jeseph Helscr Pest .Ne. W Mcets first .and
third Saturdays In each month.
M. C. Hutchlns Camp Ne. 2. S. of V. Meets
every Wednesday evening.
Weman's Relief Cerps Meets second and
teurth Saturdays In each mouth.
k. or iu
Muj svllle Ledgo Ne. 2778. Mcets unit and
third Tuesdays In each month.
St. Patrick's ncnovelcnt Society Meets
every second Sunday.
Sodality of the II. V. M. Mcets every Sun
Father Mathew Total Abstlnence Society
Meets first Sunday lu each month.
Ancient Order of Hibernians Meets third .
Sunday In each month.
Knights of St. Jehn Meets every Tuesday
German Relief society Meets first Monday
night In each month. ,
Acacia Ledgo Ne. 24, F. A. M. Meets second
Wednesday night In each month.
Mt. Hormen Chapter Ne. 8. it. A. M. Meets
second Filday In each month,
Palestine Cammandery Ne. 8, K. T. Meets
fourth Friday In each mouth.
e. u. e. e. r. ,
Maysvllle Star Ledgo Ne. 1048. Meets first
und third Friday night In each month.
Household of 'Ruth Ne. 37 Meets second
Thursday night In each month.
SAUOI1TKHS or THE TABEHNACLK.
Conge River Tabernacle Ne. 60. Meets first
Thursday lu each month.
DACailTEItS Or THE OOOD BAHAIUTAN.
Evans Ledgo Ne. 0. Meets first Wednesday
night In each month.
v. a. p.
Geed Will Ledgo Ne. 48 Meets first Satur
day and third Wednesday night In each month.
Yeung's Tetnple Ne. 44. Meets first Monday
night In caeh month.
a. a. it.
McKInnevan Pest Ne. li). Meets fourth Sat
urday night In each month.
Weman's Relief Cerps Ne. 2&. Meets first
Tuesday In each month. .
Hen. A. E.Cole, Judgq.....t Maysvllle
J. II. Bailee, Commonwealth Att'y... Maysvllle
IlcnD. Parry, Clerk V..., Maysvllle
Allan D. Cele, M aster Commissioner. Maysvllle
Courts Meet '
Masen -At Maysvllle, Tuesday af ter the see see seo
end Monday in January, April, July and Octo
ber. Fleming At Flemlngsburg, third Monday In
May and Novembor.
Greenup At Greenup, fourth Monday In
February and August.
Lewis At Vanceburg second Monday in
Jumj and December.
Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday after third
Monday In September and teurth Monday In
MASON COUMV COUUT.
Meets Second Monday in Each Menth.
Thes. It. Phlstcr, Presiding Judge. . . . Maysvllle
Charles D. Newell, County Attdrney. May svllle
T. M. Pearce. Clerk Maysvllle
Jehn . Alexander, Sheriff Maysvllle
J. C. Jeffersen I r,,,,,..,,,,. I Maysllek
Sam P. PorlnefuPutle81 Maysvllle
ltobert C. Kirk, Juller Maysvllle
Jehn D. Ree, Corener Maysvllle
Jehn C. Everett, Assessor Maysvllle
O. W. HJutterman, Scheel Sup't Maysvllle
Quarterly Court meets Tuesday after the
second Monday In March, June, September
and December, and has civil Jurisdiction te
the amount of ?2U).
Maysvllle Ne. l.-Jehu L.Grant, Magistrate, "
held9 court the first Tuesday In each month. ,
Jacob Miller, Magistrate holds court the
reurth Tuesday in each month. Win. B. Daw Daw
Maysvllle Ne. 2.-T. J. Pickett, Magistrate
holds court the tlrst Saturday In each mouth.
William Pepper, Magistrate, holds court tbe
reurth Saturday In each month. J. D. MeNutt.
Dever James Earnsbaw and Frank Luns
rprd. Magistrates, held courts en the first and
third Wednesdays In March, JUne, September
and December. Jehn Ruuyen. Censtable.
Minerva O. N. Woaver and Jeseph M. Uyar,
Magistrates, held courts en the first and third
Thursdays In March, June, September and
Doeombor. William II. King, Constable.
Germantown Loslle H.Manncn and Wm. L.
Woodward, JIaglstrates, held courts en the
first Friday and third Saturdnv In tfnrnh
June. Soptember and December. William
8ardls-J. M. Hall and James H. Qrigaby,
Magistrates, held courts en tbe second and
reurth Saturdays In March, June, Beptomber
and Joeombor. A. J. Suit. Constable.
Maysllok-Charles W. Williams and J. D.
Raymond, Magistrates, held courts en the sec
ond and fourth Fridays In March, June. Sep-
tomber and Doeomber. James It. Roberson.
Lcwisburg-Isaae L. Mellvaln and Jeseph
M. Aloxander, Magistrates, held courts en the
second and fourth Thursdays In March, June.
Bopteraber and Doeombor. 8. M. Btrode. Con
stable. Orangeburg-M. D. Farrew and Lewis M.
Ce Us. Magistrates, held courts en the first
Saturday and last Monday In Mareh. June.
Soptember und Doeombor. W. H. Coryell.
Censtable. ' .
,WaJ"1.'.nirt.enElw.ttrd tfel'rrand Arthur P.
Weed, Magistrates, bold oeuru en the fourth
Tuesdays and third Wodnejdeya in March,
June, Heptcmbei- and Doeombor. Ooergo O.
G eg gin, Censtable.
Murphysvlllo-Jehn E. Wells and W. W,
iingitirate. held courts en the
sand third Thursdays In March.
une, oepicmper and December. II. a But But
ra ij nnmuei a, mastin add Powell B.
Owens, Magistrates, bold
eldfpuru pq the second
In Mareh. June. Beptera
harles Wallliigferd, Cen-
uu luunu ouiureays
ber and December. Charles
Helena William LtitirelL and Jeseph W
Bateaaaa, Magistrates, held courts ea the see
end va fourth Wednewtayi la Marati, Juae.
lepteraber and Deber, James it. Harrow :