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Tlia Walls of a Restaurant Fall Bury
ing the Happy Party.
Nine Killed and nt Least Thirty Other
Are Iladlr Injured. Heme of Whom
Can Met KecoTer, and Others
Will JH Crippled for Ule.
Madrid, Nev. 17. The fatal Inter
ruption of wedding festivities is re
ported from Bejar, a town, forty-five
miles south of Salamanca. A young
ceunle bad lust been mnrried in the
V V church there, and the wedding party
had gene te a restaurant wncre a wed
ding feast was served. Everybody was
in the highest of spirits. Af ter the ban-
, quet dancing was bejrun, and everything
was progressing smoothly, when sud
denly, and without an instant's warn
ing, the walls of the building collapsed.
The entire party, tegether with the em em
peoyes of the restaurant, were buried in
'the ruina. A crowd, attracted by' the
neise made by the falling building,
quickly gathered for the work of rescue.
Frem amid the debris means and
heart-rending cries for help could be
heard issuing. As rapidly as possible,
and hurried en by the frantic appeals
. for help, the men threw the heavy tim
,bcrs aside. They seen came across the
icrrlbly crushed and mangled body of
one of the wedding guests. It was re
moved and laid en the sidewalk. Soen
several persons who had been caught
by the falling timbers were taken out
alive, but badly injured. When the
wreck was cleared away sufficiently for
it te be known that no ene else was In
the ruins nine bodies were lying in a
'row en the sidewalk. The injured
numbered thirty, some of whom, it Is
thought, will net recover. Others will
be crippled for life. It Is supposed that
the movements of the dancers was re
sponsible for the collapse.
The Bettem of the Well of an Illinois
Farmer Dreps Out.
Vikcennks, Ind.. Nev. 17. Wm. Ram
soy, a farmer living near St. Francis
vllle, 111., relates a very singular Inci
dent that happened te a well en his
farm, which is vouched for by his
worthy neighbors. Recently he dug a
well and walled it up with stone. The
well was thirty-six feet deep, and until
Tuesday contained an nbundance of
pure water. When Mr. Ramsey went te
slake the thirstef his berscs.after draw
ing the first bucket of water he carried
It te his team, Beveral yards away. A
rearing neise resembling distant thun
der startled him, and, turning around
te observe the cause of the commotion,
he was amazed at the sight of a large
volume of water issuing from the
well and sheeting high into the air.
Subsequent Investigation showed him
that the bottom of the well had
fallen put, and that the stone wall
had sunk entirely out of sight into
a bottomless pit, which centuinud
net a drop of water. The earth sur
rounding the well was firm and solid
and by means of heavy long planks Mr.
Ramsey approached the abyss and
dropped whole bricks into the deep cav
ity from which he could hear no sound.
A repe 180 feet long was let down in the
cavern and yet no bottom was reached.
A neighbor of Mr. Ramsey, who boasted
of the finest well of water In the county,
also found that in a single night his
well had gene dry.
The Fayette County Vete.
TVasiunoten G II., O., Nev. 17.-Follew-ing
are the official returns of the elec
tion In Fayette ceunty.'where the can
vass has been alew en account of the
controversy regarding the count of the
circuit judge: Harrison, rep., 2,311;
Cleveland, dem., 1,077; Ilidwcll, pre.,
178; Weaver, poe., 113; Harrison's plu
rality, 834. Fer secretary of Btnte
Tayler, rep., 3,823; Tayler, dem., 1,070;
Thayer, poe., 114; Case, pre., 83; repub
lican plurality, 847. Fer congressman
Wilsen, rep., 2,812; Gantz, dem., 1,
073; Keating, pce., 184; Petgrldge, pre.,
114; republican plurality, 845.
Skirmishing- for the Speakership.
Indianapolis, Ind., Nev. 17. A love
ly fight has already developed ever the
speakership of the Incoming legislature.
The candidates engaged in active cam
paigning Include Capt James Ii. Curtis,
' representative-elect of Marien and
Shelby; Frank D. Ader, of Putnam; W.
A. Cullop, of Knox; Judge Samuel
Ilcnch, of Allen, Hugh D. McMullen,
of Dearborn, James Flpper, of Tipton,
and Richard Erwln, of Adams.
Honolulu, Nev. 17. Queen Llliueka.
lanl has appointed the following cabi
net te succeed the ene lately ousted by
the legislature: Hen. G. N. Wilcox,
minister of the interior; Hen. M. P.
Robinson, foreign affairs; Hen. Peter
'Jenes, finance; lien. Cecil Brown, attor
Senater Kenua Very III.
Washington, Nev. 10. A geed deal
of anxlety is beginning te be felt con
cerning the health of Senater Kcnna, of
West Virginia. Fer some time he has
been reported us run down and striving
in'dlfferent ways te recuperate. He is
new confined te his room at his res
idence hqre, and Is said te be quite ill.
Elected by One Vete.
Indianapolis, Ind., Nev. 17. Tayler
F. Meek, republican, en the f acs of the
returns, was elected sheriff of Decatur
county by J plurality, He applied for
a commission Wednesday, which was
refused by the secretary of state, who
had received notice of a oeatcst
' ' ' Senater Colquitt's AJHIetlen.
Atlanta, Ge,, Nev. 17. Mrs. Senater
Colquitt was stricken with paralysis at
her home in Atlanta and Is new In a
critical condition. Senater Colquitt has
been confined te his bed from u naruly
tie stroke alriue last July.
tff V Levtean te- Ue 1'rouvtitteil,
diclddd ifo-esucutoJttao Pkmmeir wutal
director . lueludiatr Count De Lmmkm
rfT ". f.".' '. " " r .
UsM te ,tlM AtHHH rAtMrets (K !
.Master Wirinsw Fewrferiy.
"St.' Leuis, Nev. 17. The general a
aembly knights of labor reconvened In
secret session Wednesday afternoon,
with General Master Workman Pow Pew
derly in the choir. Mr. Powderly, in
his annual address, gave it at his opin
ion that all local assemblies should be
moile up of a mlxed membership. Each
local assembly should admit men and
women of all trades and occupations.
'It is the opinion bf your general
master workman that we should go still
further in advocating the passage of
election laws which will render it Im
possible for any person te vote unless
he can read his ballet.
"Some bIx years age your general
master workman declared that he was
in favor of the restriction of immigra
tion. The views then expressed were
net received with favor by the order,
but, notwithstanding that fact, his sen
timents have net changed since then,
unless it be in the direction of a mere
rigid exclusion of immigrants than he
then favored I favor the total exclu
sion of all Immigrants who are net
self-sustaining en landing in this coun
try." The Bpeaker advocated affiliation with
the farmers' alliance and ether similar
organizations; recommended the organ
ization of a beneficial feature of the or
der, and In conclusion said he knew of
nothing he had done during the year
that he would net de ever again under
The general secretary and treasurer's
report was next submitted. His finan
cial statement shows that, including
the balance en hand at the beginning
of the fiscal year. July I, 1801, the total
receipts of the order has been $00,014.10,
and the total expenditures f.')0,748.82,
leaving a balance en hand July 1,1802,
THE OHIO VOTE.
Nine Counties Vet te llrnr Frem lie
mnrknlile Cleso Ilace lletxvecu the Tire
Celumiius, O., Nev. 17. Wednesday
was the last day en which the abstracts
of the vete cast at the recent election
were te be forwarded te the secretary,
and there are still nine counties entirely
unreported, and ene county (Clark)
whose election beard has made an In
complete return. The counties that
have net been heard from are: Darke,
Definance, Fayette, Franklin, Guern
sey, Lawrence, Lucas, Ress and Start
With the possible exception of Fayette
and Franklinin which there are con
troversies ever the count of the vete for
circuit judge, all these will undoubtedly
be heard from Thursday. Nine mere
counties reported Wednesday, but
among them was Cuyahoga, and the
clerks in the state department were
kept se busy looking ever the numer
ous books received from Cleveland
that, although they worked until 10
o'clock Wednesday night, they were net
able te tabulate the returns. Remark
ably enough, in Cuyahoga county Dan
ford, the leading republican elector,
net only did net run ahead of the ether
republican electors, but had a smaller
vete than four of his colleagues. Cuya
hoga is the only county in the state in
which Danferd did net run ahead of the
ticket The totals up te date have been
figured out In the seventy-eight coun
ties as follews:
Danferd, Rep 3S7.C30
Otter Hepubllcans 3X5.53J
Seward, Dem :8,4CD
Other Democrats 850,-Jll
Secretary of State
S. N.Tujler, Uep 331.K3
W. A. Tayler, Dem S0I.4J1
Danferd Is already 2,278 votes ahead
of his colleagues, and Seward 2,147 votes
ahead of the ether democratic electoral
That llullet Seemed te lie Charmed lie
Will De Around AruIu In a Few Days.
St. Leuib, Nev. 17. Jack Chlnp, who
was shot at the East St Leuis track
Tuesday, has se far recovered that he
has been moved te this city. The phy
sicians state that be will be around
again in a few days. The bullet in
passing through his neck took a circuit
ous course, and haQ it at any point
varied an eighth of an inch it would
have severed a vein or an artery and
caused death. Chlnn still maintains
his anger toward Capt Antheny, stat
ing that had the sheeting been dene by
Sinclair, whom he was about te attack,
it would have been all right but that
Antheny had no business te Interfere.
At the track Wednesdey aftornoen
there was considerable quiet gossip
concerning the matter, and the regular
attendants there seem of the same opin
ion as Chlnn that Antheny should have
kept out of the affair. It is stated en
geed authority that Antheny will re
sign and leave the city, going back te
his old employment that of tracing
goods lest from cars in transit
Dells Cause Domestle Trouble.
CeLUimus, O., Nev. 17. Michael
Moen, manufacturer of yeast, brought
suit against his wife for divorce, and
the case was called Wednesday. He
charges his wlfe with cruelty and ex
travagance Among the acts of ex
travagance clted by Moen was the pur
chasing of thrce large dells. He states
that his wlfe did net give birth te any
children, and, being very fend of llttle
ones, she sought te fill the long-felt
want by buying the most expensive
dells she could find. The three men
tioned cost $23 each and were bought in
Germany, while Mrs. Moen was making
a recent tour of that country.
Southern Wholesale Druggists Organize.
NewOhleanb, Nev. 17. All the night
and morning trains brought addlenal
delegates te the convention of the
Southern Whelesale Druggists' associa
tion. The modified constitution and
by-laws of the Western association
were adopted. Geerge Finley, of New
Orleans, was oleoted president
Hue Hid Itlght, Bay the Jury.
IklViie, N. J., Nev. IT. The trial
of Miss Hattle Ackers, who shot and
seriously wounded Michael Qulnu, a
telegraph operator at this place several
wMke1 'iff) for rlnlfig her' character
aad cireulattBff scandalous reports
abjevt hr, temlaaUd Wednesday oven even
fa Vjr a Twitefe "dt guilty."
aiFTFOrT'THf gCMIHAKY. '
A Heavy OaatrlbntVan Frem Admirers of
Nbw Yehk, Nev. 17. The opponents
of, Rev. Dr. diaries A. Driggs have re
cently maintained that the split be
tween the Union Theological seminary
and the Presbyterian General assembly,
which praelically was brought about en
his account, would result in great pecu
niary less te the seminary. This posi
tion has been stoutly denied before,
but new the supporters of the seminary
prove their point by the publication of
a letter signed by four generous mem
bers of the beard of directors. The
signers of the letter, which was at ence
an expression of confidence and a con
tribution of 8175,000, were Jehn Cresby
llrewn, W. E. Dedge, D. Willis James
and Merris Jessup. Mr. James gave
$100,000 of the amount named, and
Messrs. Jessup, Brown and Dedge gave
(25,000 each. Anether gentleman whose
name is net yet announced has prom prem
ised, it is said, another 825,000, which
will bring the ontlre donation up te an
even $200,003. The money will com
plete the endowment of the professor
ship funds and the two fellowships and
will stUl leave 8100,000 te the general
fund. ' It places the institution. In such
a position that there will be no annual
STRIKERS ON TRIAL.
Crltchlew Cemes First, Then Clifferd,
Then Hugh O'Donnell.
PiTTBiiuneH, Nev. 17. Frem new en,
and for several months, the entire time
of the criminal court Is likely te be oc
cupied with the trials of the ex-em-pleyes
of Carnegie's works at Home
stead, and who are under Indictment en
charges of murder, treason, aggravated
conspiracy and riot The initial case,
that of Sylvester Crltchlew, who Is
charged with the murder of C. J. Con Con
eors, one of the Pinkcrten dctcctiy.es
shot down en the barge in the memor
able conflict is en the docket for trial
Wednesday, and the impaneling of a
jury will commence after lunch, the
court being occupied Wednesday morn
ing in hearing motions relating te ether
cases. After a verdict has been reached
in Critchlow's case, Jack Clifferd will
be put en trial under the same indict
ment, and, according te the present
pregramme of the state's attorney,
Hugh O'Donnell, chairman of the Ad
visory beard, and the head and front of
the strike, will be placed In the deck.
Twe Democrats and One Republican The
Father the Fermer and the Mether the
New Yerk, Nev. 17. Grever, David
II and Harrison Struempfler are trip
lets. They were born Monday. Jacob
Struempfler, their fend daddy, Is a loyal
democrat His wife is a republican.
That is why ene of the triplets was
named Harrison. Struempfler is the
proprietor of .the Twenty-eighth Ward
hotel, llroeklyn. He was born in
Brooklyn thirty-seven years age. His
wife was born in the same town two
years later. The triplets were born
half an hour apart Each of them
weighed eight pounds. Mr. Struemp
fler weighs 120 pounds. He is five feet
talL Mrs. Struempfler weighs 200
I'remUe te Count Them.
CeLUJinus, Nev. 17. CeL Poerxnan
has returned from Washington G H.,
where he had a consultation with the
county beard of elections. He went
ever the law with the beard, convinc
ing them that they had no power ether
than te count the returns made te them,
and the democratic members agreed te
make the count and sign, the returns
Wednesday. Unless they de se the su
preme court will be appealed te for a
mandamus te compel them te discharge
Ne Republican Club In Columbus.
CeLUJinus, O., Nev. 17. The Lincoln
league, the big republican club. of Co
lumbus, has disbanded. The directors
resolved, that owing te trouble engen
dered during the campaign, it would
be better te take this step. As all
local republican clubs were merged
into the league two years age, this
leaves net a single republican club in
I'rayer for 'Feimm Ar.wered.
CeLUJinus, O., Nev. 17. The prayer
of Colored Convict Mese Allen for a
possum at Thanksgiving dinner, Offered
at chapel last Sunday, was answered
Wednesday. A Hve possum arrived by
express at the state prison Wednesday
morning, addressed te Allen. It came
from Xcnie, but there Is nothing en the
box te Indicate who the sender is.
Only the Cook a Lest.
Saknia, Ont, Nev. 17. Schooner
nerculcs, which was supposed te have
been lest with all hands, was wrecked
at Michael's bay after several hard
ships. Her crew, consisting of Capt
Glass and several men from Sarnia,
were rescued. The cook, a woman
from Kincardine, was drowned. The
schoener'B cargo Is a total less.
A Llcorlee-Tebacco Drawback.
WA8HINOTON, Nev. 17. The treasury
department has authorized an allow
ance of drawback en Imported licorice
paste used in the sweetening of tobac
co manufactures for expert The man
ufacturers' sworn statements are te
be accepted as te the quantity of
licorlce entering Inte the manufacture.
Kelbltes Hhut Out.
MeNTOOMKnv, Ala., Nev. 17. The
democrats of the state legislature in
caucus excluded 24 Kelb members for
net voting for Cleveland. It is believed
Kelb's followers will take desperate
measures te push Kelb into the eeffie of
Daughters of A. It te Mrs. Clevelaud.
Atlanta, Ga., Nev. 17. The Atlanta
chapter of the Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution have forwarded te Mrs.
Cleveland an invitation te be a member
of their chapter. The members are the
most prominent ladles In Atlanta and
One Thousand Dead of Yellow Fever.
CoiipeVA, Mex, Nev. 17. Yellew
fever is raging here, and nearly one
quarter of the inhabitants of the place
have beca strleken. Business ha stop step
ped, and all who could have fled te th
wuataiM. One thenwad art i.
Qathered Frem All Farts of the Country
Cholera Is again increasing in vlru vlru vlru
lonce at St Petersburg. Tuesday twelve
new cases and five deaths were re
ported. One hundred additional dismissals
have been made in the census bureau.
The ferce employcd'there new number!
The Washington democrats have nl
ready taken preliminary steps for ar
ranging for the inauguration of the
president-elect en the 1th of March.
An armed posse Is after "Babe" Haw
kins, of Sholbyville, Ind., for neurlj
beating te death Jehn Chambers
"Babe" is a brother of Charley Hawk
Ins, hanged by a mob a year age.
At Memphis, Tenn , Wednesday morn
lng, the Farmers' Alliance and Indus
trial Union convention are holding im
pressive memorial services in honor el
the memory of the late national presi
dent, L. L Polk.
At Mcadvillc, Pa., three mere indict
ments against G. B., G. W. and T. A.
Delamatcr for embezzlement were found
by the grand jury Wednesday utter utter
rjebn. The cases bid fair te run through
the courts for years.
Benjamin Blanchard, the notorious
promoter wanted by the Wyoming au
thorities for trying te bunke Cheyenne
out of $200,000, successfully carried out
a similar game in Chicago which netted
him $100,000. He is new in the east
Mrs. Margaret Smith gained her dam
age suit against Saloenist Leuis Gruiss
at Huntington, Ind., for the death of
her miner son caused, as she alleged, by
his getting drunk en Gauss' liquors and
falling Inte the river.
President-elect Cleveland is consult
ing with democratic leaders as te the
wisdom of convening congress In extra
session te consider tariff legislation.
This question of policy is receiving
mero attention than the cabinet ap
pointments. The Belgian government, through Its
consul at New Yerk, has protested
against sending back the twenty-three
Belgian glass-blowers who arrived here
en route for Pittsburgh, and, pending a
decision from the secretary of the treas
ury, they will be held en Ellis island.
Geerge Williamson attempted te kill
himself with a pistol in the presence of
Minnie Brown, his sweetheart, at
Wheeling, W. Va. Geerge owed some
beard and his landlady speke te Minnie
about it She told Geerge, and the lat
ter being, as he thought, disgraced, shot
himself, but net fatally.
The senate will be republican till the
4th of March and will net agree te a
reduction of appropriations. It will in
sist, no doubt, that the appropriations
shall be kent up te the highest marie.
It Is net probable that anything will be
dene in the senate with the tariff bills
that were passed by the house at the
Cincinnati, Nev. 17.
Fiena Winter patent, i"J&1.15: fancy,
112053 60: family. U4&32.G3. extra, 42.10 t2.1;
low grade, Jl.flOTt2.00 spring paWnt, :4 25JJ1 50;
spring fancy, S3.C0 ?3.8'j. spring family, 53,003
3.40. Kye flour. M40ua60. Iluckwheat, UOOfi
3.50 per 100 lb. sack
Wheat Sellers quoted geed Ne. 2 red al
72a73c, but the local consumptive demand was
unwilling te pay mere than the Inside rate- and
shippers claimed te h.vve no margin at that flg
ure. Ne. 3 red was quotable ut e8a70c fox
prlme te choice samples and requirements con
Cens Ne. 2 white, Ne. 2 yellow and Ne. 2
mixed shelled samples sell at about the same
llgurc9. Ear was scarce and firm at lOtie for
prime te choice tumplcs.
Oats Ne. 2 white held at 37ic and Ne. 2
mixed at 33c, with buyers of prime samples at
Kye The market was dull and nominal at 55c
buying and 56c gelling for Ne. 2 en track.
Cattle Expert steers, t4.404.75-, fair te
geed shippers, KS.7Jft4.2S. Oxen; Geed te
choice, M.2524 00: common te fair, K.00il3 00;
select butcher, 13 754 00; fair te geed, 8.8S
3.65; common, t2.O32.50. Heifers: Geed te
choice heavy, $2.5 3.40; geed te choice light,
t2.C0d3.15: common te fair, tl.602.40.
Veal Calves Market continues rlrm under
small receipt and geed demand. Common and
large, U5O26.00, fair te geed light, 5.50r 9.50.
Hoes Select heavy and prime butcher, 15.55
Q5.65; fair te geed packers, (5.305.&5: common
and rough, (4.75S-V25: fair te geed light, 5.25
5 50; fat pigs, (5.00&2X
Sheep and Lamus Larger receipts and
prices barely steady. Sheep Wethers, H.25
4.75; tat ewes, fJ.ea4.50; common te fair
mtxca.fi50iT3.71; stock ewes, I3.094.0a Lambs
Geed te choice, $1.765.23 common te fair,
New YenK, Nev. 17.
Wheat Ne. 2 red, steady; December, 74tcj
ltYs Quiet and easy; western, 56260c
Uarley Dull- Western, 6575c;Na 2 To Te Te
Cens Ne 2, tlrm and very dull; December,
50yc: January, 50 .'id Ne. 2, 49;M!ic
Oats Ne. 2 dull and steady; December, 36c;
January, 3740. May, 40He; Western, 31 Hit 45a,
I'ittsuuiumi, Nev. 17.
Cattlk Market steady; prime, 14.05.34.00:
fair te geed, fi.104.40, common, fJ 253.50;
Blockers and feeders, $i 502 3. 50, bulls, cows
and stags, tl 0033.00; bologna cows, II 0O3U00:
fresh cewu,i.'O00ia00; four cars cattle shipped
te New Yerk.
Hoes Market slew; Phlladclphlas,!5.85n5-(0;
mixed, t570i(5.80; fair te best Yorkers, $5 503
5.75. Ten cars hogs shipped te New Yerk.
SnE Market very dull; prime fUOij.4 00;
fair te geed, t30O4.O0; common, fl.2&itl 50;
Vbat Calvks t5.75i0.15.
Baltimore, Nev. 17.
Wheat Steady; Ne. 3 red spot, 72!iic;
November, 72UT2Kc: steamer Na 2 red, 67c.
CeiiN-Quiet; mixed spot, 48ifls48.'c: No
vember, 4sJ8Hc; the year. 4747C; steamer
Oats Steady; Na 2 white western, 40jc;
Na mixed western, S8SSHe.
Rye Quiet; Na 2 60a
CnicAOO, Nev. 17.
FLenn ane QitAiN. Cash quotatiens: Fleur
Steady and unchanged. Na 2 spring wheat,
71c; Ne. 3 spring wheat 6163c; Na 2 red 71Hc;
Na 2 corn, 41Ke; Na 3 de, 40Hc; Ne. 2 eats,
31c; Na 2 white f. a b., 3tH&36e; Na 2 white,
82ViQS3e; NaSrye, 4e; Na S barley, 630lc;
Na 3, 40e; Na 4, f. e. a 340100. Na 1 flaxseed,
PniLAnxLrntA, Nev. 17.
WnrAT Quiet and dosed tlrm; Na 2 red, No
tens Options ruled steady and closed dull;
carlets steady, but dull; Na 2 yellow In grain
depot, Bie; new steamer for local trade, 48 WO
19c; new Na 3, 48e; Ne. Z mixed November,
Oats Carlets tlrm and quiet; futures nomi
nal; Na 2 mixed, 41c; Na 3 white, 41he Na 3
white, 43Uc; Na 2 white November, 40ti4lH.
Teledo, O., Nev. 17.
Wheat Dull and firm; Na 2 rash and
Ncvembcrf7S,C; December, T3Uc; May, 7ye.
Cerk Dull and steady tNa 9 cash, t3e.
OatsQuIem cash, 85c.
RY-Dullt cash, 64c,
CLQVMt-ai-Actlve and steady) prime
saffe, Heveaber nnd Deeember, 7,75; January,
.Ni Marc. r.l.
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discovered thnt whlle the astronomers
Hre pU7Zllnsr themselves ever the pe
culiar iippcMinince of the moon Henry
Ort has a novelty lu the
tlint I quite tlne oneuirh te please the
lndy in the moon. Wiitcli the moon
mid keep an ej e en
State National Bank
CAPITAL STOCK $XOO,000
BO A GENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS.
C. B. l'KABCE, Ciuililer.
W. II. Cox, TreMdent.
J.ve. I'll-En. Vice-President.
Allen A. Edmonds,
ru2u: trials 23iL:r.u,
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
THAT CAN BE
will contlmie te rcpnlr Watehe, Clocks-and
Jewelry at l!liiktloreugir.old stand, ect'lm
FALL SHAPES NOW READY.
Shirts Made te Order.
Academy of tlie Visitation -BearUInsr
mid Day Scheel for Yeung Ladles.
This Institution has u hlfrh reputation for Its
ninny advantages and thoreutrti education In
every branch. Tlw Musical Department la
under the direction of n irroduate of a noted
conservatory. German and Kolcctle Bystera
of Drnwinjr tauuht free. Blind pupils will be
trained by the rant-print Method. Ker terras
and ether Information apply te 8ISTKH3 OV
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Collocter and Treasurer It A. Cecar, Jr
Marshal, , James Het
ABVCOBUr . ........ rf. . t. ,
Weed and Ceal Inspector. .... .William Davte.vt1
., ,.j..n. ft-eaew. Ti
. ....Dr. C. O.Owen.ft2
. Q. A. Means s seu l
Mrs. Sarah E.8app'?
Mutt Firtt Ttiunday Evening in Each MenOH
William II. Cox, President
(1) W. H. Cox.
(3) Cenwrd Itudy,
CO M. F. Kebee.
(3)0. U. Pearce, Jr.
(1) K. W. Fltwerald,
(2) H. It. Illorbewor,
(3) L. C. Hmterman.
(2) Hebert Ficklln,
(J) U. h. Newoll.
(11 Oeo. C. Flomlng Flemlng
(Z)H.T.Haulman, u;j. j.eaiisDurj-.
(2) Polk Hicks,
The figures Indicate thn nnmher nf rM,i,
ench Councilman has te serve from January;
rft fl.l nAA T"-u1Bh IhT SA f..A Al- v
dav nigh tin each month. ,"t4
mhsed iodge Ne. 342 Meets second Monday
nlKht In each month.
Muysvllle Chapter Ne. 9 Meets third Mon
day night In each month.
MnysvllleCommanderyNe.iO- Meets fourth
Monday night In each month.
DeKalb Ledgo Ne,
13 Meets every Tuesday'
itlmrveld Lodtre Nn. 27 MpcUevpn-Wnni.,: .
fifjfan hncampment Ne. 9 Meets
anil (iiiatk .f..l... i - - .
Canten Maysvllle Ne. 2-Meets third Jnday
lliatll. Ill VHUII IIJUtHJIt
Friendship LedKe Ne. 42, D. of R. -Meets
first Mendar nljrht In each month. "
KKIOIITS or rTTHIAB.
Limestone LedKe Ne.BCMeets every Prldty
MnVSVllln DivUlen Nn. A. IT. Tt -Menti tlrat
Tuesday In every mentn.
p. e. s. A.
WnshlnKtonCarapNe.3 Meets every Thura 't
a. a. n.
Joeenh Hclscr Pest Ne. 13 Meets nrst and"
third Saturdays in each month.
M. C. Hulehlns Came Ne. 2. 8. of V. Meets
first and third Wednesday's of the month.
Wernnn's Itcllcf Cerps Meets second and
fourth gaturdaTs In each month.
k. or n.
Mayellle Ledge Ne. 2778. MeeU first and -third
Tuesdays In each month. ,
BENEVOLENT BOCIET1E8. '
St. Patrick's Benevolent Society Meets-'
evnrv semnrt HunHHr.
allty of the JJ. V. M. Meets every Sun-'r.iWI
Father Mathew Total Abstinence RMntr !
Mii-ts first Sunday In eauh month.
Anclc-nt Order of Hibernians Meets third
Sunday In each month.
Knights of St. Jehn Meets every Tuesday?
. ., .1
nlirht. uft. m-
German llollef Society Meets first Monday'
night In each month.
Acncla Ledge Ne. 24, P. A. M. Mets second
Wednesday night In each month.
Mt. Hermen Chapter Ne. 8, U. A. M. Jleeta'
second Friday In each mouth.
Palestine Cammandery Ne. 6, K. T. Meets
feurtbFrldny in each month.
e. u. e. e. f. k
Majsvllle Stnr Ledge Ne. 1948. Meets first .
and third Friday night In each month.
Household of Iluth Ne. 37. Meets second
Thursday nlpht In each month.
OAUOIITKU8 OF THE TABERNACLE. ;
Conge Hlvcr Tabernacle Ne. 0. Meets first
Thursday In ench month.
DAUGHTERS OF THE OOOD RAMAHITAN.
Evans Ledgo Ne. 9. Meets first Wednesday
night In each month.
v. b. r.
Geed Will Ledgo Ne. 46. Meets first Satur
day and third Wednesday night In i-Ruh month.
Yeung's Temple Ne. 41. Meets first Monday ,
night lu each month.
e. A. It. .'
McKitinevun Peet Ne. 105. Meets fourth Sal.
uri)r. night In each month.
Weman's Hellei Cerps Ne. 2fc. Meeu first
Tuesdav Iti each month. ,
Hen. A. n.Cele, Judge Maysvllle
J. H. bailee. Commonwealth Att'y ..Maysvllle
IlenTJ Parry, Clerk Maysvllle
Allan I. Cele. Master Commissioner. Mnysr Ule
Masen -At Maysvllle, Tuesday after the see--end
Monday In Junucry, April, July and Octo-. i
Fleming At Fleralngsburg, third Monday In
May and November.
lreeuui At Greenup, fourth Monday In
February and August.
Lewie At Vanceburg second Monday in
June and December.
Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday after third
Monday In September and fourth Monday Id ,
MASON COCNTT COUKT.
Mat Second Monday in Each Menth.
Thes. U. Phlster, Presiding Judge. . Maysvllle
Charles I). Nc well. County Attorney. M aysville
T. M. Pearce, Clerk Maysvllle
Jehn W. Alexander, Sheriff Maysvllle
J. C. JelTersenl nn,lt,.l Maysllck.
Itebertu. Kirk, Jniiur .Maysvllle
Jehn D Hee. Corener .. Maysvllle
Jehn C. Everett, Assessor . Maysvlllen
a. W. Illatterman. Scheel Sun't .Mavsville -
I Quarterly Court meets Tuesday after thei
second Monday In Marcn. June, Septembers?
ana December, and has civil Jurisdiction
the amount or ju.
Ma j svllle Ne. 1. Jehn L. Grant, Magistrate,
held court the first Tuesday In each month. '
Jacob Miller, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Tuesday In each month. Wm. Ii. Daw Daw
Maysvllle Ne. 2. T. J. Pickett, Magistrate
holds court the first Saturday in each month, '
William Pepper. .Magistrate, helda court t)te
fourth Saturday In each month. J.B, JIcNutt,
Dever James Karnshaw and Frank Luns
ford, Magistrates, held courts en the first and
third Wednesdays In March, June, September ,
and December. Jehn Hunyon. Constable. V
Mlnerva O. N. Weaver and Jeseph M, Brar,
M ngistrates, bold courts en the first and third
Thursdays in March, June, September and,
December. William E. King, Constable. '
Germantown Leslie H.Manncu andWm. L.
Woodward, Magistrates, held courts en th
first Friday nnd thinl Saturday in March, ,
June, September and December. William
Feul, Constable. -
Sanlls .1. M. Hall nnd James H. Grigsby.
Magistrates, held courts en the second and
fourth Saturdays In March, June.fcephember
and December. A. J. Suit Censtuble.
MnysKek-Charles W. Williams and J. D.
Kaymend, Magistrates, held courts en the sec
ond mid fourth Fridays in March, June, Sep
tember and December. James lU Robcrten,
Lewlsburg Isaae L. Mellvaln and Jeseph ,
M. AlerHtiilpr. Mnu-lntratpii. held courts en tkn
second and fourth Thursdays in March, Jube.Aj. ,'
Bcpiemuurnnu utccDDur, e. u.euvus, ve'v
Otangeburg Jl. D. Knrrew and Lewis M.
Cellls, Maglttrates, held courts en the Sr
Septcmbcr and December. W. H. Ceryell.Tfa
Washington Edward Belfry and Arthur T.
Weed. Magistrates, held courts en the feurta
Tuesdays and third Wednesdays In March,
June, September and Deeember. Geerge 0.
rurphysvlllt-Jehn K. Wells and W. W.
Worthlngten, MaglslraUs, held courts en Mt '
fourth Mondays and thlnl Thursdays In tt Mk, "
June, September and December. H. T. w-t- '
cllire, Conitable, j
rern icai aurauei u. Aiasnn aua rewN jk. it
nwena. Maulttntti'S. held courts en thiBlvfl
ana reurin eaturtaysinHarcD,Jua,ai
ber and December. CharlvWalllBfer
Heln-Wllim Luttrell ana JMsilrVtS
Bataman, Havlstrates, held courts ea lm ma)
ena ana reurta weanesaayi in jh
Beptewber and December, Jan