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Mnmuhutv Matthew Ilellinnn.
Jrtii llobert n. Cord.
Afdwrra Frank W. Hnwes.
Sardtt n. G. GriKsby.
Omngclmry C. K. Itess.
SprliwMt 0. C. Degninn.
Mausllek Charles Whceler.
Vanctburg Mrs. Jennie Stewart.
Mt. Carinel Kelly & Fex worthy.
Augusta Lonnder Tully.
Peed Jeseph W. Williams.
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news i this department, and net advertising
twttcts or political argument.
The tobacco factory is still un"blc te
fill nil its orders.
Hen. R. K. Hart is home from Frank
fort shaking hands with the boys.
Chnrlev Slack aud Jeseph Kenny.
formerly of Maysville, arc en a trip te
Most of the wheat has been cut in
Fleming, and the threshers are preparing
rer werK. Tiiere is an immense crop.
An ice cream supper and party was
civen in Ed. Andrews's beautiful yard
for the children of the Christian Sunday-
The City Council and Fire Department
with two brass bands turned out Jlon Jlen Jlon
evening, celebrated the Fourth and rati-
ileu the nomination or tuc next t'rcsi
dent. The result of the Democratic primary
for Circuit Clerk still stands unsettled.
Beth candidates, Aehten and Grannis,
claim the nomination and declare their
intention te never draw off.
Dan Haddcn. one of the tobacco factory
hands, while intoxicated fell from the
second sterv window at Jehn Ryan a
bearding-house Monday night, and is in a
critical condition. He is lying insensible
and the doctors say will die. uavinir. it is
- thought, fractured his skull. He came
here from Louisville about six weeks age,
and his parents arc both dead.
Mrs. H. R. Heward is slowly improv
ing. Ask our tobacco merchants hew the
Jliss Nera Trigg of Oak Weeds is visit
ing Miss Agnes Olift.
We had a beautiful Ledgeii for the
Fourth, thanks te the editor.
Charley Cellins of Washington is roof reef
ing Tim Buckley's warehouse.
Ask the widowers hew the get along
since the girls soft soaped them.
Mrs. James Wilsen has returned from
Sardis after a brief visit te her son.
Miss Birdie Hudsen of Flemingsburg
is visiting Mrs. Jehn Worthington.
Otte Dera of Maysville is here with
his gallery sketching the environments.
The fanners are about through harvest
ing in this neighborhood and report geed
Jehn Ferman is studying photography
and takes tintj'pes quite well considering
Mrs. James Trigg has returned from
Cincinnati, where she has been under
James and William Breeze and their
families of Maysville were guests of G.
W. Hudsen Sunday.
. Bruce Linville of Millersburg spent
Saturday and Sunday with his sister,
Mrs. J. W. Huddleson.
Miss Betsy Lee Rhodes of Rese Hill
nnd Miss Anna Gault of Rese Cottage arc
visiting Miss Bernice Dcnisten of Locust
J. B. Daniels was quite ill for several
Miss Janie Meran left en the Fourth te
visit relatives at Newport.
Emmit Turner and wife visited friends
near Fern Leaf last Sunday.
Charley Peers and family of the Bettem
visited relatives at Fern Leaf last Satur
day and Sunday.
Tem Stephens says New Yerk ma- go
Democratic, but he thinks Lawrence creek
will go Republican.
Miss Minnie Wells of Summit 6pcnt
several days with her cousin, Miss Nannie
Wells, near here.
Miss Mollie Pigg of Hewrrd visited
Miss Jessie Kerr of Jersey Ridge last
Saturday and Sunday.
We are glad te knew that our friend
Professer Applcgate has been granted a
pension. Uncle Sam's a daisy.
Twe Democrats near here offer te bet
$25 en Harrison's election. Coming
events cast their shadows before.
'Squire Pickett is ene of the best na
tured men we knew of. He says that he
never killed a snake. He is a widower.
The second month's subscrlntien te Tite
Ledgeii at this place is new due. Please
settle with the agent or at The Ledgeii
Elder T. P. Dcgman preached Satur
day night and staid ever 8unday with
Mr. and Mrs, William Stephens, preach
ing Sunday night also.
Miss Janie Osberne and Miss Annie
Higgina of Camp Kenten visited bachelor
Jehn Higgina Saturday nnd Sunday.
They made the old man's spring chickens
uffer while they staid.
Wc wcre carried away back when a
short history of that old llag appeared in
the Spriuguale correspondence of The
Lbdekr. Charley, take geed care of her
and let her wave high up in the air.
Sema of the boys get en a high lone lene
seme last Friday afternoon and under
took te take the 'burg. W. L. Meran
had te get out his pep. Better be care
faly boys, you will get te take a trip te
Fer' the past year from two te four have
atteBdid the prayer-meeting at the Stone
GhDfefa. The Invitation given through
Tjqc Lbtm)jck last Wpdnetday brought
itm Mxtim that Right. The invitation
rwwd for te-night.
r HEfivE5siwlh 1
Mrs. William Herd returned home from
Augustus Wells of Maysville spent the
Fourth with relatives here.
Mrs. William Calvert of Tollcsbero
spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives
Mrs. Burns and son, Henry Brincgar,
are visiting relatives near Ashland this
Harvest is about through around here
nnd the grain is of first quality.
William Roe finished his harvest of
about sixty acres Saturday evening.
Brether Rese filled the pulpit here for
Brether Zclgler at the Christian Church
The corn and tobacco crops are looking
very well through this part or the county,
Will Rice Varian sold te our new
merchant the first bill of dry goods that
was ever sold in our town by a drummer.
The ladies of the M. E. Church, Seuth,
gave a moonlight fete here Saturday
night. The evening was pleasant, the
crowd large, cream and cake were plenti
ful and the people spent their money
right freely. They took in about 875.
Things were very quiet here en the
Fourth. Everybody went te lt. Ulivet
If it had net been for the flag that floated
ever the Arcade, and another that waved
above the Postefllce, one' would net have
thought about it being the Fourth of
Miss Fannie Heek has been quite sick,
but is getting better.
The ten weeks session of the Man
chester formal has closed.
Bernard Pellltt left en Monday for an
extended visit te relatives in Indiana.
Tem Elliett of Illinois is here visiting
uis mother, .nrs. Lavlnla Jenkins hlliett.
Mrs. J. L. Cruey and Mrs. Clara Morgan
visited Mrs. Jehn McDonald en Wednes
day. Miss Lceti McChesney of Manchester is
visiting Miss Clara Degman at Maple Maple
weed. Mat Tully, accompanied by his sister,
Miss Flera, was calling en friends here
What in the name of intelligent pre
gress is the matter with the directors of
tne u. u. and b. Turnpike, leading into
our thriving little town? Once it was a
delightfully smooth and pleasant drive.
New the tall weeds en either side reach
entirely across it in places, making travel
unpleasaut of early mornings or after a
rain, and it is a constant jog and bump
from end te end because of the bed-rock
FntE and Accident Ins. W. R Warder.
We are authorized te nnneunce J. C. JEF
FEHSON ns the Democratic candidate for
Sherltr of Masen county at the election te be
held Tuesday. November 8th, lsW.
Netice te Farmers!
At a meeting of the grain nierchants and
millers of Muvsvilte. held en June 24th. lti.
the subject et cleaning wheat by farmers was
Introduced and tully discussed, nnd the fol
lowing preamble and resolution was adepted:
That whereas, in former years, owing te the
superior quality and cleanliness of Masen
county wheat. It enjoyed a reputation second
te no ether section of the country aud was
much sought after, but In recent years, owing
te the Imperfect cleaning of wheat by thresh
ers, it has suffered very materially In grading
in inu general murKeis in comparison wuu
wheat from ether states, resulting In no in
considerable less te the handlers, and many
of the former large wheat customers who
bought wheat here nave In consequence been
diverted te ether markets; therefore, be it
Resolved, That the grain dealers and millers
of this city feel that It Is Incumbent upon
them te make it known te the farmers that
they must insist upon them having their
wheat well cleaned and screened bv threshers.
otherwise prices will be made accordingly.
They dcslre te state, for the beneflt of the
larmers, mat wneat te grade we. s must
weigh at least 68tf pounds te the bushel,
thoroughly clean and dry, free from smut
and ether Impurities; and that wheat te
grade Ne. 3 must weigh at least 66 pounds te
the busbel, and be dry and reasonably clean,
and mny have an occasional smut ball, but
free from stain. Wheat net up te the abeve
grades will be classed as rejected.
State National Bank
CAPITA L STOCK $'JOO,000
DO A GENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS.
C. 11. 1'eaiick, Castiler.
W. H. Cox, President.
Jno. riLf.s, Vlce-1'renldent,
Small, the Tailor
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS
EMPORIUM of FASHION
Xe. HO Market Street,
Opposite Central Hetel.
Gee. M. dinger & Sen,
BRICK MASONS AND CONTRACTORS I
Estimates made en all classes of Werk,
Leck Hex 417, MAYSVILLE. KY.
Dr. J. H. SAMUEL,
Ex-rentdent Bnrgeen Geed Samaritan Hospital,
Kx-actinr Superintendent Lengvlew
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON
Office nuil HmIUciiw
Thfrd fUreet, one deer llVit or Marktl.
J. J. FITZGERALD,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter 1
41 Welt fifcetiil Street
Jewel Qfi ffiftrsj.
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Tlie PVDIAC LEDOEll COMPAXT,
Xn.WE. Tltlnl Street.
"WANTED-Te rent a house In the Third
Ward centnlnlng three or four rooms.
Apply nt this elllce.
WANTED Man te sell the bet Iren rence
T In the world ler lawns, yards, schools,
parks, cemeteries, churches. c. There Is
money In it for a live man. Small capital, but
energy chlctly required. Address J. H. DAK
XALL, Maysville. Ky.
WANTED A flrst-class secondhand Spring Spring
wniren that will hall l.KX) or 2,000 Ilia.
Platform springs. K. II. COHU. wedenta. Ky
YtrANTED-100 subscribers for The Ledeeh
at this place. It. U. COHD, Agent, We-
T7"ANTED Te buy or rent small Seda
y y Fountain complete. Address Bex 105
Mt. Cnrmel. Ky. .
7 ANTED A complete set of " Olllcial Kec
' nrdR of the Union and Contedernte
Armies," published by the War Department.
Address, stating price, " Veteran, De.x CSJ,
M aysvllle. Ky. .
7ANTED Three thousand subscribers te
THE t'l'ULIU .LiEDQEIl.
FOH KENT Hoems en Market street, near
Third street, for small family or gentle
men. H. K. HOEFLICH.
FOH KENT One heuse of 8 rooms nnd ene
of - rooms and kitchen. Apply te MHS.
JOHN it. HUDY.
I710H RENT Three rooms en West Second
X? street. Apply te GEOHGE H. HEISEH,
Nes. 117 nnd 111) West Second.
FOlt KENT The heuse en Fifth street,
lately occupied by James K. Lloyd. Ap
ply te JOHN L. CHAMIIEltLAIN. Court St.
I710K ItENT Hoems en tlrst fleer, at 438 East
? Second street, corner Poplar.
TTIOK SALE A very deslmble heuse and let
-C en Ferest avenue. The house is new,
modern in style, six rooms, halls, pantry, bath
room, geed cellar. LetB-lXlittteet. At ?2,350.
This Is a bargain. M. C. HL'TCHINS. Agent.
FOlt SALE Elegant two-story frame resl
cdence en Ferest avenue; let ). 150; heuse
and grounds In superb condition. Will be sold
nt a bargain. M. C. HUTCH1NS. Agent.
FOlt SALE Seven-room frnme Dwelling in
West end at $l,Ki0, en liberal terms. Lo
cated en street car line. M. C. HL'TCHINS,
FOlt SALE The splendid suburban resi
dence nnd grounds of A. J. McDeugie,
Ese.. nearlv 0 acres. This Is ene of the love
liest homes en the Ohie river between Pitts
burgh and Cincinnati, and con be purchased
nt it great bargain. M.C. HUTCHINS. Agent.
FOH SALE A number of beautitul build
ing lets, choice locations. In East end, en
terms te suit purchasers. New Is the time te
?ivest in our thriving, growing city. M. C.
TTIOK SALE A second-hand sidebar nuggy.
Jt? A geed ene. Apply te It. It. FHOST. Wall
LOST A bunch of Keys, containing nmeng
ethers a nlgbt latch and Posteillce key.
Finder please lenve at Dr. A. G. Drowning s
LOST A small bras Ring containing four
Keys, fone Postefllce key,) between 310 E.
Fourth street and the Red Cerner. Finder
please loave nt this olllce.
LOST Three diamond stick pins attached.
Finder jilcnse leave at this ofllce and re re
LOST A large leather Pocket-book, contain
ing a geld ring nnd some notes and papers.
Heward paid If returned te WESLEY VICttOY.
LOST On Third street. between Postelllco
nnd Sutten street, or en Sutten street fill,
a Postelllco Key and deer Key, attuched te a
chain. Please leave at this elllce.
LOST On Third street, between Market and
Sutten, a black silk Pocket-book. Finder
will please return te this olllce and get reward.
LOST Geld Necklace, between Shannen and
Murphysvllle, June 12th; charm en it
shape of nce of spades, with small Ivery set
In top side. If found return und recelve re
ward. II. F. COLE. Shannen. Ky.
LOST Between Owens, Mltchel & Ce.'s hard
ware stere and Plum street, a whlte metal
Doerkcy. Please leave at Ledger ofllce.
LOST A black plaid woolen Shawl, frlnge
en one end. Finder please return te
MHS. MULLINS. oernor Limestone nnd Fourth
streets and recelve reward.
LOST A Ruildlng Association Reek belong
ing te Jesh Green. Please leave at this
T7IOOND A geld Dracelet. en Second street.
JJ Owner enn find It at G rand Vle w Hetel bv
proving preperty. WILLIAM HROWN.
IilOUND In front of Will Stockton's gro gre
. eery, a Pocket-book containing meney.
Call at Ledger olllce and prove property.
FOUND That it pays a big profit te patron patren patron
IzeTiie Public Ledqeh.
C. W. WAKDLE,
Zwelgart's JJleck, Second and Satten fitreets.
When having Teeth Extracted take (Jas. Ab
solutely I'alnlrsj and 8afe.
Land Fer Sale.
I will offer for snle 8d acres of land situated
en the Tayler's Mill Tumplke nnd Kentucky
central itatireau at summit utntien, tnroe
anil nne-hnlf miles from Mnvsvllln. nnn nf tlin
best markets in the state. Said laud Is Ne. 1
(in quality none better in the county; well
waiercu: can ue aiviueu 10 huh nurennsera:
four passenger trains daily; flve mluutes rlde
te Maysville; geed neighborhood. Any ene
deslring a geed location will de well te call en
gned at the home or tiie late Bin
utt.. If net sold privately will be
sold te the highest bidder en July
One-thlnl cash, balance In one nnd two
with six per cent. Interest en defer;
merits, a lien or the und will he ret
MKi. ANNA MOUNTJOY.
iternam r. O., Masen County, Ky.
V trvvvw ew rvwwvwvwwvv?y?
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
First That Allen Grever. Calvert C. Arthur,
Edward F. Hernden, Henry A. Rees, H. W.
Hecs and William Mauley have becorae In
corporated by vlrtue of the previsions of the
General Stntutosef Kentucky underthoname
of Shannen nnd Ferman Cbnpel Tumplke
Company, and the principal place of tninnot tninnet
Ing business is nt the resilience of Jehn 11.
Hernden, Ea., Masen county, Ky.
Second The nnture of the business pro
posed te be transacted is the construction,
maintenance nnd operation of a tumplke
read from the Sardis Turnpike Hend near the
forks of Shannen creek te Fleming county
line near Fermnn's Chtpcl, a dlstance of
about two nnd a half miles.
Third The cnpltal stock of said corpora
tion is six thousand dollars. In shares of
t wenty-flve dollars ench, the private stock te be
paid in upon call of the Directors, and the
stock of Masen county In accordance with re
quirements of the order of the Court or CInlms
of Masen county.
Fourth Said corporation shall cemmence
business ns seen as two thousand dollars is
subscribed te the capital stock nnd shall con
tinue In oxlstence titty years.
Fifth The affairs nf the corporation are te
be conducted by a President and n Heard of
Directors, flve in number, a Secretary and
Treasurer, alt or whom are te be stockholders
In said Corporation. The first set of eflicers
shall pe Allen Grever, President; H. W. Rees,
Calvert C. Arthur, Edward F. Hernden. Wil
llnm Mnnley nnd Henry A. Rees. Directors;
Edwnrd F. Hernden, Secretary; H. W. Rees,
Trensurer, and they shall held their ettlces
until the first Monday In April, 1810, and until
their successors nre chosen nnd qualified: aud
every first Monday in April thereatter a Pres
ident nnd Heard of Directors shall be chosen
by the stockholders, nnd a Secretary and
Trensurer by the President and Heard of Di
rectors te held for the ensuing venr nnd until
their successors nre chosen and qunltUcd.
Sixth The indebtedness of said corpora
tion shnll at no tlrae exceed the sum et live
Seventh The private property of the stock
holders Is te be exempt from the corporate
debts of said corporation.
April 13tb, lfc2.
CALVERT C. AHTHCR.
EDWARD F. HERNDON,
HENRY A. REES,
H. W. REES.
will be feu ml ou the
during1 the building of their new
Cftll nnd Snft Tlimii.
Privileges te Let.
' The Hetel, Confectionery, Stnble and ttae
gage Privileges will be let te the best bidder.
The Heard reserves the right te reject any or
uu uius. xue letting win ue en
Monday, July 4, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
en the grounds. The Heard expects te hnve
the lollewlng divines present during the meet
ing: Dr. Moere, editor of the Christian Advo Adve Advo
cate; Dr. Hamilton of Bosten; Dr. A-ultmnn,
Secretnry of the Southern Educational So Se So
ciety. The preachers of the district nre ox ex
pected te be present. The meetlng will com cem cem
meneo July Ssth, continuing until August 8th,
nnd will be In churge of Rev. Anion Herelng,
Presiding Elder. Any ene desiring rooms or
tents, write I. M. LANE. Mnysvllle. Ky.
Te Article One of Articles Incorpora Incerpora Incorpera
ting1 the Oakwood Distillery Ce.
Article te amend Artlcle I of Articles of In
corporation of Oakwood DIstlllery Company,
of Mnysvllle, Masen county, Kentucky, re
corded In Deed Heek Ne. VJ, page 4(3.
He it known te all whom it may concern,
that nt a meetlng of the stockholders of the
Oakwood DIstlllery Company, Maysville,
held at Its ofllce in Mnysvllle, Kentucky,
Friday, June 3d, 1SU2, It was agroed
that the corporate name of said company
be changed from Oakwood Distillery Com
pany te Poyntz Urotbers Company, and
that hereafter the business of said corpora
tion be conducted under the corpernto name
of Poyntz Hrothers Company. And It wns
further ngreed at said meeting that Hen 11.
Poyntz, Secretary nnd Troasurer of said
Oakwood Distillery Cerapany.be and he was au
thorized te make proper acknowledgment of
said change of name bofero the Clerk of Ma Ma
eon County Court, and cause same te be pub
lished and. recorded as required by law.
HEN II. POYNTZ,
Sec.and Treas, of Oakwood Distillery Ce.
State or Kentucky, I -.
Masen County. 1"'
I, T. M. Pearce, Clerk of the County Court
for the county and state aforesaid, de certify
that the foregoing Instrument or writing wns
this day produced te me In said county nnd
acknowledged bofero me by Hen H. Poyntz, n
a nnrty thoreto, te be bis act nnd deed, and
ledged for record, whereupon the same, to te to
getlior with this cortlllcate. hath been duly
admitted te record In my ofllce.
Glven under my hand this Ud day of June,
1892. T. M. PEA HCH, Clerk,
HyJ.O. Level, D. O.
AND OEMETERY WORK,
Je Grant!! and Marble.
M. B. GILM0BE, .
m w. bmemi htbkkt, maysville, ky.
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
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m. J. COCHKAN, V MAYSVILLE, KY
t. n. cecmtAN. )
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CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO.
f Ne. 2-.... .9.40 a. m
Ne. 3)... 7:40 n.m
Ne. IS... .4 tt ii. m
1. Ne. -I b.00 p. ni
Add twenty-slx minutes te get city tlme.
Nes. II) and 20 are the Mnysvllle accommoda
tion, nnd Nes. 17 nnd IS the Huntington accom
modation. Nes. 1 nnd 2 are the fast express
and Nes. 3 nnd 4 the F. F. V.
Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) Is a solid trnln with through
dining car and Pullman sleepers te Washing
ton, Hnltlmore, Philadelphia and New Yerk.
Through Pullman sleeper te Richmond, Vn.,
nnd Old Point Comtert. Ne. 2 is n solid train
with Pullman sleeper te Washington, making
all Eastom and Southeastern connections.
The accommodation trains are dally except
Sunday; the rest nre daily.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for points
est nuu oeuiu.
Leaves Maysville nt
:30 n. in. for Paris. Lex
ingten, Cluclnnatl.ltlch Cluclnnatl.ltlch
mend. Stanford. Liv
ingsten, Jclltce, Mlddlosberough, Cumberland
Gap, Fraukfert. Loulsvllle and points ou N.
N. and M. V., Eastern Division.
Leaves Maysville at 1:55 p. in. for Paris, Cin
cinnati, Lexington, Winchester, Itlchmend
aud points en N. N. nnd M. V., Eastern Divis
Arrlve at Maysvllle at 10:00 a. in. and 8:45
All trains daily oxcept Sunday.
Add twenty-slx mlnutes te get city time.
DIIIECT IIOUTE WEST
The Ohie and Mlssissiiy-
Is the short line be
tween Cincinnati nnd
St. Louts, and all of Its
trains run through solid
te St. Leuis. Ne transferring of baggage or
of passengers who travel en O. and M. trains.
Less than ten hours Is our tlme te St. Leuis,
where our trains make connection in the
Union Depot with trains of all lines for the
West, Southwest and Northwest.
The Ohie nnd Mississippi Hallway Is the di
rect and fast line te Loulsvllle.
The Ohie nnd Mississippi Hallway gives spb spb
elal attontlen te colonists going West, cither
slngle or in parties. Our ngents are pre
pared at all times te furnish information as te
rates and routes te points West, nnd when
Bnssongers are ready te start will secure their
okets at lowest rates and nttend te chock check
ing baggage through te destination.
Fer tfokets via O. nnd M. Hallway and
furt her Information call en ngents or connect
ing lines or address C. W. PAKIS,
Central Passonger Agent O. nnd M. Hall
way, 48 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O.
Cincinnati, PortBiueutli, Riff Sandy aud
Poracrey Packet Company.
The splendid beats of this line, running be
tween Clnetnnatl, Portsmouth. Irenton Hunt
ington, Oalllpells and Pomorey, pass Mays Mays
vlleo at fellows) -r
Pomeroy Paekets lloitena. Telegraph and
City of Madisen pass Maysvllle cither way at
1 o'clock a, in. .
Heimiua up dally for Vaneeburg nt 8 a. m
returniiig for Clneinnati, passes Maysville
dftllr. excent Sunday, atxii. m.
rer freight or passage apjly tL
Ne. 1 6:23 a. m
Ne. 19... .5:10 a. in
Ne. 17 . 10.15 a. m
I Ne. 3..,, ,4.a . m
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niTr nmi'Kii '
Mayer . ... E. E. Pearce, Jr ,
CltyClerk... . , Martin A. O'llare ,
coiiector aud Treasurer. . It, A. CectirnK. Jr
Marshal .Jaines HcHIn- -S,
r A.N. Huff tf J
id Ceal Inspector . . ..William Davis vJ
nsfer O.M.Phlster , ?S
Weed nnd (
City Prosecutor J. N. Kehee
uny 1'iiysicinn , ur. u. u. uwens :
jiy unneniiKer v. a. weans k deu
Keeper Almshouse.... Mrs. Sarah E. Sapp
Meets First Tlmrsday Evening in Each Menth'.
William II. Cox, President.
(1) W. II. Cox,
(3) Conard Hudy,
(1) J. C. Pecer,
(21 M. F. Kehed,
(3) C. II. Pearce, Jr.
(1) E. W. Fitzgerald,
(2) H. It. Hlcrbower,
Q) L. C. Hatterraan.
Fourth Wanl. '
(1) Thes. M. Weed,
(2) Hebert Fleklln,
(3) 11. L. Newoll.
(2) H. T. Haulman,
(U)J. I. Salisbury.
(1) (loe. Sohreedo'r,
(3) Hufus Dryden.
The figures Indicate the number of years
each Councilman has te serve from January,
Confldence I)dge Ne. 52 Meets first Mon
day night In each month.
Masen Ledge Ne. 842 Meets second Monday
night In each month. ,
Maysvllle Chnpter Ne. 0 Meets third Mon
day night In each month.
Maysville Cemmnndery Ne. 10- Meets fourth
Monday night In each month.
beKalb Ledgo Ne. 12 Meets every Tuesday
Hlnggeld Ledgo Ne. 27 Meets every Wednes
Plsgah Encampment Ne. 0 Meets second
aud fourth Mondays In every month.
Canten Mnysvllle Ne. 2 Meets third Monday
night iu ench month.
Friendship Ledgo Ne. 42, D. of It.-Meets
first Monday night in each month.
KNIOHTS OF I'YTIIIAS.
Llmestone Ledgo Ne. 30 Meets every Friday
Maysville Division NO. 6, U. H. Meets first
Tuesday in every month.
p. e. s. A.
Washington Camp Ne. 3 Meets everyThurs
day night. ' - -
a. a. it.
Jeseph Hciser Pest Ne. 13 Meets first aud
third Saturdays In each month. ,'
M. C. Hutchlns Camp Ne. 2,8. of V. Meets
every Wednesday evening.
Weman's Hellef Cerps Meets second and
fourth Saturdays In each month.
k. or it.
Maysvllle Ledgo Ne. 2778. Meets first and
third Tuesdays Iu each month.
St. Patrick's Benevolent Seciety Meets
every second Sunday.
Sodality of the II. V. M. Meets cvery Sun
day. Father Mathew Tetnl Abstinence Society
Meets tlrst Sunday In each month.
Aucleut Order or Hlbernlnus Meets third
Sunday In each month.
Knights et St. Jehn Meets every Tuesday
German Heller Society Meets first Monday
night In each mouth.
Acncla Ledgo Ne. 24, F. A. M. Meets second
Wednesday night in ench month. "S
Mt. Hormen Chapter Ne. 8. H. A. M. Meets!'
second Friday In each mouth.
Pnlestlne Cammandery Ne. 6, K. T. Meets
fourth Friday In each month,
a. if. e. e. r.
Mnysvllle Star Ledgo Ne. 1018. Meets first '
and third Friday night In each month. J1
Household of Huth Ne. 37. Meets second
Thursday night In each month.
DAUOHTEHS OF THE TABE11NACLE.
Conge Hlvcr Tabernacle Ne. 80. Meets first
Thursday In each month.
DAUOHTlMtS Or THE OOOD SAMARITAN.
Evans Ledgo Ne. 9. Meets first Wednesday
night In each month.
v. b. r.
Geed Will Ledgo Ne. 40. Meets first Satur
day nnd tulrit Wednesday nignt ineaeumuntn.
Yeung's Temple Ne. 44. Meets first Monday
night in each month.
a. a. n. .
McKinnevan Pest Ne. 160. Meets fourth Sat
urday night In each month.
Weman's Heller Cerps Ne. 2S. Meets first
Tuesday in each month.
Hen. A. E.Cole, Judge Maysville
J. H.Sallce, Commonwealth Att'y... Maysville
Hen D. Parry, Clerk, Maysville
Allan D.Cele, Master Commissioner. Mnysvllle
Masen -At Maysville, Tuesday after the sec
ond Monday In January, April, July and Octo
ber. Fleming At Flemingsburg, third Monday In
Mny and November.
Greenup At Greenup, fourth Monday In
February and August.
Lewls At Vnnceburg second Monday In
June nnd December.
Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday after third
Monday In September and leurth Monday In
MASON COUNTY COCltT.
Metis Second Monday in Each Menth.
Thes. V. Phlster, Presiding Judge. . . .Maysville
Charles D.Newcll, County Attorney.Maysvllle
T. M. Pearce, Clerk .. Maysvllle
Jehn W. Alcxnnder, Sheriff. Maysvllle
J. C. JolTersonl nnnl,tl,l Maysllek
Sara P. Ferine f deputies ( Maysvllle
Hebert C. Kirk. Jailer Maysvllle
Jehn D. Hec, Corener Maysvllle
JelmC. Everett, Assessor Maysvllle
G. W. Hlnttcrmau, Scheel Sup't Mnysvllle
(.Quarterly Court meets Tuesday after the
second Monday In March, June, Soptember
nnd December, aud has civil Jurisdiction te
the amount of $200.
Mnysvllle Ne. 1. Jehn L. Grant, Magistrate,
holds court the first Tuesday in each month.
Jaoeb Mlller, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Tuesday iu each month. Win. H. Daw Daw
Maysvllle Ne. 2. T. J. Pickett, Magistrate
holds court the tlrst Saturday In each month.
William Peppor, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Saturday In each month, J. D, McNutt,
Dever James Earnshaw and Frank Luna
ford. Magistrates, held courts en the first and
third Wednesdays In March, June, September
and Docember. Jehn Itunyen. Constable
Minerva O. N. Weaver and Josepb M. Hyar,
Magistrates, held courts en the first and third-"
Thursdays In March, June, Soptembor and
December. William E. King, Constable.
Germantown Leslie H. Mannen and Wm. L.
Woodward, Magistrates, held courts en the
first Friday and third Saturday In Mareh,
June, Soptember and Docembor. William
Sardis J. M. Hall and James II. Qrlgsby.
Magistrates, held courts en the second and
fourth Saturdays In March, June. September
and Doeembor. A. J. Suit. Constable.
Maysllek Cbarles W. Williams and J. D.
Itaymend, Magistrates, held courts en tbe soe- j
end and fourth Fridays In Mareh, June, Sep Sep Sop
eombor and Docember. James H. Hobersen,
Lewlsburg Isaae L. Mellvnlu and Josepb
M. Alexander, Magistrates, held courts en the
secend and fourth Thursdays In March, June,
Soptembor and Dccember. 3. M. Strode, Con Cen Con
stnbeo. Orangeburg M. D. Farrew and Lewis M.
Cellls, Magistrates, held courts en the first
Saturday and last Monday In March, June, '
Soptember and Docembor. W. H, Coryell,
Wasblngten-Edward Belfry and Arthur F.
Weed. Magistrates, held oeurts en the fourth
Tuesdays and third Wednesdays In March,
June, September and Dccember. Geerge C.
MurphysTllle-Jehn E. Wells and W. W.
Worthington, Magistrates, held oeurts en the
fourth Monday and third Thursdays in March. ,
June, Soptembor and Doeembor. II. T, But- '
Feni Lcaf-Samuel E. Mastln and Powell I).
Owens, Magistrates, bold oeurts en the second
and fourth Hntiinlnvaln Mamh. .limn. Hantuxi.
her and Doeembor. Charles Walllngferd, Cen- hm
fleleua-Wllllam Luttrpll andJosenh Vr lW
Hateraan, Magistrates, held oeurts en the tea- t'
ehu una reurtn wwnenmys in ware it, June,
oepieuiiiwr unuuwKmimjr. jhrih nrarrewd