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P?0n an Ohie River Railroad Pas-
m'' senger Train.
Six Drunken Brethers Make a Mur.
.ucreus iiiacK en ine uunuuuiur,
And n Fight With Knives, Flstels, Clubs
Etc., Takes rlace the Ilrakeinan ana
tj Conductor wnet tnu Htauueu ei-
1 . fender .Thrown Frem the Car.
.GAMJreus, 0., Nev. 25. News of s
-Lloedy battle en a north-bound Ohlc
'f'river railroad train has just reached
jjttne.city. as a result ei tne iigni ine
m conductor ana Draueman are snot ana
Cbadly out, a number of the passcngen
are mere or less injured and the sla
drunken offenders, it is supposed, have
' Injuries whleh nre dangerous.
Wednesday night six brothers, Wll-
, llaxns by name, bearded the train ai
Hiintingten in a maudlin condition.
. They at ence became obstreperous, and
when Olcnwoed was readied ene of the
i"L mnn wnnt. Infn the liuHna' nnn.ch. becran
using prefane langunge, flourished his
"... revolver in a menacing manner and
. t threatened te kill evcry ene in the car.
' ' 4 Conductor Smith grabbed the nan and
";V .pulled him in the smoker.
'fop This angored his brethers, and they
'w ' rushed upon the conductor, at the same
$ itlme drawing their pistols and, knives.
ills brakeman at ence came se ma as
sistance, and the jlght was precipitated.
In the raclee both the conductor and
fi brakeman sustained serious injuries.
' i The newsboy, hearing tHe shots and
- ' screams, jumped from his scat in the
'v ladies coach and rang the "riotbeU."
. '' The train was stepped, and the en-
', 'f. gineet'.ftnd fireman dismounted from
v .their cab and proceeded te the smoker
!' ' with huge clubs, where they beat the
? . Williams bevs until thev were almost
fpV lnsenslble, and then threw them oft the
. train. Boveral passengcrs were eaaiy
.injured, and the fleer of the smoker was
red with bleed. It is net known wheth-
W" nnv of iYin WUHnmn Wn wapa Irlllpfl
A THIEF'S PUNISHMENT.
Strang Up Until no Was Nearly Dead lly
Sweet SrmxaB. Ma. Nev. 25. Cen-
VJ? Btable Charles Falk, of Dunksburg,
fy Pettis county, arrested Perry Shaw for
! stealing buggy whips. He took the
j, prisoner te his house till the day set for
'T, the trial Last night fifteen masked
', men called at the house of the consta
ble and demanded the prisoner. On be
i ing refused some covered the officer
' with guns, while ethers took the pris
oner in charge The party then left
with Shaw. After being absent' about
-' nn, hour they returned and delivered him
. te the officer. Shaw says he was hung
J -'h by Iho neck nntll nearly dead and then
let down. This morning a search of
' Shaw's home disclosed a wagonlead of
stolen goods. Shaw has lived here
tbree years, and has a geed reputation.
Kln Ilehaten Flees Inte the Wild.
' Paris, Nev. 25. A dispatch from
Perte Nove Btatcs that King lichazln,
whose capital, Abomey, recently fell
into the hands of the French punative
expedition, lias fled, in company with a
email body of his followers, into
an unexplored country, where it
would be impossible, even were it doom deem
ed essential, for the French forces te
fellow him. It Is expected that the king
will attempt ultimately te seek safety
' in a German settlement.
i1 Adlal's Neighbors Will Escort 111m.
, Bloeminotow, I1L, Nev. 25. The
'- democrats of this city and vicinity are
t ' making arrangements for escorting
Adlai E. Stevenson te Washington en
the occasion of his inauguration. A
v" Bpccial train of parlor cars has been
', secured, and will go via Chicago ever
the Alten and Pennsylvania lines. It
' ) has been secured for six days, and will
,, thus give the travelers three days in
. ' Washington.
Ilepubllcans Wilt Lese a Hennter.
, Wabuinoten, Nev. 25. The repub
licans will lese one senator before the
expiration of the pr csent congress. II,
W. Perkins was appointed senator te
fill the vacancy caused by the death of
i!,. Senater Plumb till the meeting of the
'' Kansas legislature. In January next
j Iho "new legislature will elect a sue
' ccsser te Mr. Perkins, and he is likely
! te be a populist.
p Stoned by ruplls.
i, Kinesten, Ont, Nev. 23. While a
i' Salvation army funeral was passing
, the Christian Brethers' school its 200
pupils hooted as loudly as almost te
arewn ,tne peicmn music oz ine Dana,
while they increased the din as much
aspqsslble by kicking and Tattling the
fences. They also pelted the .jfrpcos .jfrpces .jfrpcos
sienlats with stielca and stones.
', UU SkUU Fractured.
Indian Aretis, Ind., Nev. 23. William
IL Smythe, while attempting te beard
an oleetrio car at midnight Thursday,
was thrown, by.the .sudden start of the
, car and his skull was fractured. The
b5jury' is very serious. Mr. Spy the is
secretary of the grand ledge and ene of
"the most conspicuous Masens'ln Indi
ana. A Meteorle Shower. (
., 48battlb, Wash., Nev. 23.w.AwVery
y bright shower of motcera was.eticcd
,iY,canesaay evening, mostly sipping te
the' west, while a low very bright one's
-w struck down due cast, seeming te eman
ate from a point nbput ten dogrces west
of the Pleiades, towards Jupiter. The
slirht was verv beautiful. ' '
fr will Ant' With1 the- DemaeraUL
RmTi'r Citt. In.. Nev. 21 In m! nnl.
pj 1li.V.l talailniv Rnnf ni TTvIm nAnll4
-; ,, of Seuth Dakota, is quoted aa saying
that he will aet with the democrats en
thB-tarif,qurtwand, will vote for any
'Judicious measure-that will be a step
i the direotien of tariff referm."
" lisYftl'" Whi
VHssW.Yswm, Mwr. li. The aaM l
Urn 'JCWiday mnd in laWr of .w
fcMkff. Utir.SUaa, of Yak, a4
,; ''" kxqp( te ArtnlcA -
aeergbi Colored People Ceaaseleel te &a
Where They Can Ilule.
Atlanta, Ga., Nev. 25. A peculiar
African croze has been started among
the Negroes of Atlanta. This time
there is no agent going about among
them picking up dollars by pictures
deftly painted of a land overflowing
with milk and heney, but well known
responsible Negro preachers are advis
ing their peeple from the jjblpits te emi
grate te' Africa. The cause of this new
arid mero serious African craze among
ihe Negroes is due te a combination of
circumstances. First, an alleged dis
crimination against Negroes en the
railroads in Georgia stirred up a feeling
among the colored race.
Then an order issued by the Consoli
dated Strcet Car Ce., assigning seas te
colored peeple added fuel te the Are. It
is certain that the dectrine of emigra
tion is being preached from many of the
Negro pulpits in the city. In Bethel
church en Wheat street last Sunday
night the Negroes wero advised by the
preacher te "leave this Georgia and go
te their own country, Africa, where
they would have equal rights and
help govern." Among ether prospects
this pulpit orator held out te his sable
congregation was "Btreet cars of their
own." Other Negro preachers are
holding out emigration te Africa as the'
only future salvation (in a worldly
sense) of the Amerlcan Negro race.
Thcse sermons are having their marked
effect en these who hear them, and it
may be that a bona fide emigration te
Africa will set in. One of the Negro
preachers has signified a willingness te
lead the way.
Anether Comet Discovered.
Bosten, Nev. 25. A ' telegram from
W. It. Brooks, of Goneva, N. Y., an
nounced the discovery of an object sus
pected te be a comet en the night of
November 10. Search for it at Harvard
College observatory en the night of No
vember 20 by Mr. Reed confirmed the
discovery. It was observed Monday
evening by Mr. Wendell, assistant at
the observatory, the following being
its positien: November 21, Greenwich
time: right ascension, 12 hours, 59 min
utes and 10 seconds; dcclinatic-Vi, north
15 degrees, 50';minutes and 37 seconds.
The comet has a alew southerly motion.
Cowboys' Leus; Dlstnaeu Kjce.
Deadwood, 8. D., Nev. 25. The cow
boys of Nebraska and Dakota met at
Chadron and organized, a long distance
race. After much deliberation it
was billed that the race would be
run from Chadron, Neb., te the
Nebraska state building at the Werd's
fair grounds. The prise is, te be 11,000
and a geld medal. Nearly' 800 entries
will be made. Bronehos will be the
animals ridden. The race will begin
May 15. l '
What Prof. Wiggins Bays.
Ottawa, Ont, Nev. 25. Prof. Wig
gins says there is no, danger of Blela's
comet hitting the earth. "Cemets how
ever, may de us a great deal of damage,
for if ene should run between us and
our moon, as Lexell's comet ran among
the moons of Jupiter In 1778, its power
ful attraction would se contract the
earth as te cause the water of our
oceans te overflow our .continents, as
no doubt happened at the Neachim
Kx-t'ncaker Heed Sarcastic.
Rochester, N. Y., Nev. 25. Ex
Speaker Reed has been in the city en
his way westward. When told that the
afternoon papers said that the repub
lican electoral ticket had been success
ful in Ohie by a small plurality, he said:
"Well, I'm glad we carried Ohie. It'
shows what we can de when we are
Heavy Failure In Denver.
Denvek, Cel., Nev. 25. The dry goods
firm of A. Z. Solemon "Ce., was at
tached by the First national bank, of
this city, for 184,000, and also by A. Z.
Solemon, a brother of the senier
partner, for fS3,000. It is estimated
that additional attachments will bring
the total amount up te $235,000.
Itussln's l'rlseus Overcrowded.
Londen, Nev. 25. Advices received
here from St. Petersburg show that ac
cording te statistics just made public
there are 050,000 persons imprisoned in
875 jails in Russia. Ninety per cent of
the prisoners are men. The prisons
were built te held only 670,000 persons.
Durned te Death.
Puucnix, Ariz., 'Nev. 25. Hazel, the
little daughter of Gcerge A. Mlntz, pro
prietor of the Evening Herald, over
turned a lamp d the parlor, spilling
the oil en rief dress. It at ence took
Are, and she was burned se badly that
she died in an hour
Italian Parliament Opened.
.Reme,' N.,25. Th'a Italian parlla
menV was opened Wednesday by King
Humbert in person. The queen and
the ladles of the court were present In
the gallery and were heartily cheered.
King Humbert was given an enthusi
A Tammany llutten Killed Him.
New Yebk? Nev. 25, Four-year-old
Harry Busier crled for a Tammany hall
button en his father's ceatuutil it was
given te him. He put it into his mouth,
seen swallowed it and has died from
exhaustion following an operation te
Illsterlcul Church Jlurned.
Plymouth, Mass., Nev. 25. The his
torical Unitarian church w&s burned.
Ill ihe belfry was a bell cast by Paui
Revero In 1801, and has rung the curfew
for many'ycars, The less is heavy, thp
organ aleriq being lniured for fclO.epO.
Kxtrn Session of the French Chamber.
Panama, Nev. 25. An extra session
of congress will be held te discuss the
Panama canal matter and seme budget
questions. Probably the concession te
the canal company will be again ex
tended. Tl. .'niw.rn llu (llilll.
IlKnMN, Nev. 85, Euiperer William
- . . a
GUrDIUU tu iiuugptviuiBiuinju, ituu iiim j
tursatl te reWAaw, Where Jk Mtiff
c&tfc nTiii iti
4 t JM W )ftsMMfe &g uJ
wis- Bs-sWsrW (s-sWs-s-P T-i-P ( n 1 W W P m sr-I
f J stp ws) PbW-I-"a-sm b-snPJ sBVpJss
, " w V''
It Threatens Destruction te Every
Thing in its Way.
On Sunday Evening the Earth Will
Pass Through Its Trail
The Ufleet Will lie a Kaln of Fire, or
Bather n Wonderfully llrllllaut Me-
torle Display Astronomers Say Ne
llarm Oeu Come of It.
Cincinnati, Nev. 25. -If Iho sky is
clear. Sunday evening a brilliant mete mete mete
oreo diBpluy.wlll be seen say aslronemcrs,
the occasion being the passing of the
earth through thotrullef,a comet, possi
bly Illela'B. i
The cemet Is most peculiar in appear
ance It Ista perfectly round, well de
fined disc of light, with a perfectly
spherical mess of gaseous matter, much
mero condensed than comets usually
It is thought by astronemdrs mere
than likely that it is ltiela's invisible
tail, a bifurcated gaseous prolongation
that dissolved partnership with the
comet somewhore in the neighborhood
of 16S2, that will come in contact with
Bome potion of 'this mundane sphere
November 27, when the earth and the
celestial wanderer ere due at the isame
spot in space only eight hours Tipart
Ne exeat eancrer need be apprehended.
even if the collision should be "head
Prof. Lewis Ress, of Dudley observa
tory, Albany, N. Y., saya that the orbits
ei the earth anu comet win intersect
the day mentioned, but that the tailed
aerial vagrant is net due until eight
hours after we lmve have gene whizzing
by. And this eight hours means one
million miles" of space, and even then
the comet will make the nearest ap
preach te the earth en record. It will
appear of a deep red color, and will be
plainly visible te the nakud eye in a
few days, and will Increase in size and
brightness with startling rapidity.
Prof. Celbert says that the tail of the
comet will come in contact with the
earth en the dav mentioned, and de
scribes seme startling possibilities that
may occur when the collision occurs.
Dr. Leuis. Swift, of Rochester, pre
dicts that the contact will partake of a
rain of Are, or rather a great meteeric
display. Says Dr. Swift:
"I predict that en the evening of the
27th of this month, as seen as darkness
falls," there will commence a rain of Are
whichwill be remembered for years.
This display Is net one of the periodic
ones alluded te before, but is connected
with the Jtnnearance of this new comet
As the. whole .matter la of great impor
tance in astronomy, I will explain the
connection. Meteoric showers iused te
cause terror en all sides. As recently
as 1833 the lower classes in this country
confidently expected the end of the
world had come en the appearance ei a
violent disturbance of this sort. New
it is known that meteors are closely
connected with comets, and it is be
lieved that they may be parts of com'
THE WIFE SWOONED
When Her IluibuuU's l'arden Came A
Thanksgiving becne In the Ohie Fenl-
CeUMnus, O., Nev. 25. There was
a touching scene at the penitentiary
Thursday when the Thanksgiving par
don was issued te James Cellins, of
Athens county, 'who was sarvlng a life
sentence for murder In the second de
gree. Executive Clerk Charles Bowsels
carried the pardon te Cellins in accord
auce with the following telegram from
"Canten, O., Nev. 25. Convey te Cel
lins his pardon en Thanksgiving Day,
expressing my hepe and belief that he
will make a geed citizen."
Cellins' wife was present te share her
husband's geed fortune, and throwing
her arms around his neck, wept for joy.
Se great was her emotion that she
swooned. E. L. Harper, the convict
banker of Cincinnati, witnessed the
sceno and revived Mrs. Cellins with a
glass of water. The lucky prisoner's
crime 9aS the killing of James Roark,
a Kentucky desperado, in a saloon row
nt Buchtel, Athens county, in August,
Mrs. I.es Will Accept If F.lected.
Teprka, Kas., Nev. 25. Mrs. M. E.
Lease has made the first authoritative
statement concerning the use of her
name in connection with the United
Ejtatcs senatership. She says she would
accept the senatership if it were offered
her, but she would net ongage in a
scramble for the place.
i i i i
niaclc Diphtheria In Canada.
Ottawa, Ont, Nev. 25. Six lumber
men who arrived here from the lumber
ing shanties report that black diph
theria is making serious havoc among
the men employed in cutting timber in
the Madawaska camp, many deaths
have already taken place. The peeple
are without medieal aid.
Snow Hterra tn Mentana.
Hki.kna, Ment, Nev. 25. Late
Wednesday a light snow began falling
here, which turned into a regular storm,
and Thursday the snow was sixteen
Inches deep en a level, but the railroads
have net suffered from the storm. The
storm extended te the Canadian line.
WihKKsnAitRK, Pa., Nev, 25. Miners
and laborers In the employ of the Read
ing Ce. are, in a pitiable condition. The
mdo'we'rk twb days a week, many are
en the verge of starvation. Unless they
are given mero work the publle will be
calcd,upen for relief. 9
New Hetel Burned. .
Winsten, N. G, Nev. 25. The Hetel
Selnsenderf, recently built by the West
Knd Lnnd Ce., at a cost of $140,000, was
tqtally destroyed by lira Thursday.
The contents were mainly saved. The
hotel was pne of the.beat In the south,
surplus AnstraMsa HeHk
APKiiAimc, Nev, Uk-K-Tkf wheat bar
vMt tK W4ey (e Setiifc Australia,
n .In ! sa 11 --- l Vksl
lT OW Wsr W w srw " 1 1- sTf nv r r fsa j s-sT-
mm! wH4. TtM-rt will 1 ft Uffiww
mdt JMisb f UUii
CONDENSED NEWS ,
Gathered Frem All Parts of the Country
American capitalist have bought up
all the Neva Scotia coal mines.
A slight earthquake shock was felt
at San Francisce at 12:00 Thursday
William O'Connor, champion oarsman
of America, died at Terente, Ont, of
The Widow Allen's threo children
were fatally burned by the explosion
of a can of powder at Marlbank, Ont
A case of small-pox was found among
the stcerftge passengers arriving en the
steamer Saale en Tuesday at New Yerk.
A premature explosion of a blast In
the Oakland coal mine, Belleville, I1L,
killed Gustave Gardner and badly in
jured Samuel Wiles, both miners.
It Is ropertcd that the United States
Express Ce." has captured supreme con
trol of the express business of the L. fc
N. lines, and will locate a head efilce in
A meteor of great brilliancy passed
ever Kenesha, la., Tuesday morning.
It exploded seen after passing the
zenith, and a report like a distant can
non was heard.
A. L. Rudd, who has been connected
with the business department of the
Knexville (Tcnn.) Dally Journal for
years, did net glve thanks Thursday.
He was in jail for forgery.
Burglars breke into the residence of
Dr. Thes. Montgomery, of Elkhart,
Ind., chloroformed the doctor, his wlfe
and daughter, and stele 'a large amount
of valuable jewelry and silverware.
Death warrants for the eight colored
men and boys in Chesterfield (Md. ) jail,
convicted of the murder of R. R. Hill,
have been prepared. December 13 is
the date fixed for the hanging.
A shower of meteors was observed at
San Francisce, Wednesday evening.
Over twelve hundred were counted by,
Prof. Davidsen, of the coast and geole
logical survey, in about an hour and a,
Stamboul is again king of the turf.
He trotted en a kite-shaped track at
Stockton, Cat, in 2:07. The day was
net favorable, It being cloudy and cold
and the track was damp from previous
Dispatches from different points
In Texas report the sky as being
full of meteors of different sizes and
shapes, Thursday night Lexington
and Wharten report a perfect shower
The four young desperadoes who at
tempted te rob the bank at Erie. Pa.,
.and in doing se shot the casher, have
been sentenced. Charles W. Hewley,
who shot the cashier, was sentenced te
Goerge Evans, the colored letter-car
rier of Newark, N. J., is a great oyster
eater. Fer a bet of 25 ha ate 300 inside
of an hour and a few minutes te spare.
The first fifty went down In ten min
utes. The second fifty required fifteen
Miss Amelia De Mendonca, the second
daughter of the Brazilian minister, and
Archibald G. F. McKean, of Chicago,
were married in Washington Thursday
night. Rev. Tunis S. Hamlin, the pastor
et the Church of the Covenant efficiat
, Fuller's livery stable, the largest in
'St , Jeseph, .Me., burned Thursday
nighi Twenty horses were roasted
alive, one of them being a trotter val
ued at 515,000, the property of Sheriff
Carsen. Fifty vehicles and a large
amount of feed were destroyed. The
total less Is (35,000; partially insured.
San Antonie, Tex., Nev. 25. A pecu
liar marriage occurred here.. An old
Mexican war veteran named Ennls,
aged 80, who was in a dying condition,
was married te Elizabeth Baccus, aged
77 years. Ennis is in receipt of a month
ly stipend fS from the government In
gratitude te the woman who is new his
wife, and who nursed him for the past
two or three years, he desired that the
marriage take place se that his faithful
nurse will receive his pen. ion after
Sirs. Colquitt's Coudltlen,
Atlanta, G, Nev. 25. The condi
tion of Mrs. Senater A. H. Colquitt,
who was several days age stricken with
paralysis, is serious and death is net
unexpected. Senater Colquitt who was
stricken with paralysis two months
age, is improving.
CINCINNATI, NOV, 5
Fkuii Winter patent, H75fflUS: fasey,
iaa3.S0; family, fciuaaCi; extra, til&aaas;
low erode, ei.00&iW. spring patent. U.2534S0;
spring fancy, t3.C03.S3. spring family, HOOtt
3.40. Rye flour, SS 40&3.fta Uuekwhcat, GOO
2.A0 per 100 ft secle.
Whbat The market was Irregular and essy.
Shippers without orders saw no margin in sight
at better than 71)0, and the rccular consumptive
was met t71e for geed Ne. 3 red. Ne. I red
samples held at 6W(te
Cern The market was quiet and barely
steady at 4&c asksd for Ne.-t mixed and. samples
grading hotter. Ear was slew nd easy at 40Q
41c, according te quality.
OjITS Market strong, with a geed demand
and light offerings. Ne. 2 white quotable at 37
a3Sei Ne. 8 wblte and Ne. S mixed at &Sec,
according te quality. Straight Inspection lets
held at outside rates.
ItYK Market steady for geed straight
samples at Me asked and Me bid. Seles et M0
bu Ne. S spot, track, at We; MO tra Ne. 2, spot,
track, at 63c
Cattle Expert steers, 14. 0034.74; fair te
geed shippers, U0031CO. Oren: Geed te
choice, t3.ss4.00; seleet butcher, 3.7N34.I5;
fair te geed, U0OJ.70; common, ll.75eJ.T5.
Heifers: Geed te choice heavy H.0OB3.H0;
geed te choice light, r4T3J.40; common te fair,
Vbu. GAJ.VB8 Are in geed demand and
market strong with moderate receipts. Com
mon and large,. I2.5li3.50; fair te geed light,
M.0Qa7Ji extra, 17.00.
Hoes Selset heavy tad prime butcher. IB. 60
a&.0ffft fftlr te ge4 yaeklr fl0j8.i com
men and rough. M6R6.K; fair te noed light.
Kea&.f rat rrt, .ee.0.
BXMr AMU iAMM-Tnra u net much de.
msndbuten account of small receipts there
U some advance la prices, Bheep Wethers,
liScO-TB; (at ewss, tt.7&.iO; common te
fslr mixed, lBsJa.' Lambs-Oed te
Cheke, 4.b0ga,ft); oesooa te fsfr. 604.n.
..,,,, - Yewc. Nev. IS,
WIwat Ne. 8 red steady i December. T0Kei
May, M Uta.
m1 stcadyi western. Maauc.
'-Quiet) weitern. ifte; Ne. sfp.
WeViutl, lower sod wcrVi Nat,M
mml Pwir.K)Hci Jenusry. 41a
Mat, ) witMD, HksWiH.
I Have Yeu
dlpoevored that while the astronomers
ure puzzlInK tliomselves ever the po pe
cullnr nppenrance of the moon Henry
Ort has u novelty In the
that Is quite line enough te plcase the
muv in tne moon, wtucn tne moon
and ccp an oye en
State National Bant
CAPITAL STUCK $'JOO,000
00 A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
C. B. PKARCE.Cesbler.
V, II. Cox, President.
Jno. Piles. Vice-President.
Allen A. Edmonds,
FUBLIO L153EE BUUSmS,
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
THAT CAN BE
will continue te repair Wntclies, Clecks'nml
Jewelry at lllukebernugh's old stand, ect 7 lm
FALL SHAPES NOW RKADY.
Skirls Made te Order.
Academy of the Visitation Bearding
Mrd'Pfty ScbM Mr Yenu Ladies.
This Institution sMK high rbnuUtldn feV Its
isjur Mdvantl(Os a3 thureu-h (Question U
ny iKlvantaites aj
ererv branch. TVe
every brwieh. , Th MuHeat ! inent U
umJer the direction r aimuluate of B04d
Maybr .,..., , . .. B. E. Pearce, Jr
QltyvCler-.., .. . .k ...MaMIn A, O'Hsre
Collector and Treasurer .. .U. A. Cochran, Jr
Marshal.. , James HeSta
Assessor ...v.. ....., ,.,.... A. N. HusT'
Weed and Ceal Inspector. .... ..William Davis
City Prosecutor J.N. Kchee
City Physician. . . , Dr. C.C.Owens
City Undertaker .... O. A. Means & Ben
Keeper Aluisbouse Mrs. Berah E. Bapp
CITY CODKCTL. f
Meets Flrtt Tlturitlav Evening in Each Menth.
William H. Cox, President
(1) W. II. Cox,
(3 Conard lludy,
fll Tlin-M. Wfv.
(3) II. h. NeweU.
(1) J. C. Pecer,
(1) Gee. C. Fleminfr
(-'J AI. -. Kt'UOO,
(3) C. 11. Pearce, Jr.
-) ii. i. neuiman,
(1) E. W. Fltwerald,
(1) Gee. Schroeder,
(-) it. it. uiorbewer,
(Jl u. u. unttcrman
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OHch Councilman has te serve from January, ':$
Confldcnce Ledgo Ne. 63 Meets nrst Mon
day nigh (In each month.
Musen Lecgv Ne. 843 Meets second Monday
nlifht In each month.
Muysvllle Chapter Ne. -Mects thlrd'Mon thlrd'Men
day night in each month.
Monday nljrht in each month. (
DeKalb Ledgo Ne. 13 Meets every Tuesday
div'nf ld J'oCee Ne' 27Mc t 6TCry Wednes-
PlsKab Encampment Ne. 9-Mects second
nnd fourth Mondays In every month.
Canten MnysvllloNe. S-Meets third enday
nljrht in ench month. '
first Monday nljrht In each month.
Limestone Lodire Ne. 3 Meets every Frldty
Mnysville Division Ne. 6, U. WMeets first
Tuesday In every mentn.
p. e. B. A.
a. a, n.
Jejcph Hclser Pest Ne. 13-Meets first and
third Saturdays In eachmenth;
M. C. Hutchlns Camp Ne. a. 8.4 of V.-Meets
nrst and third Wednesday's of the month.
r!2mt,n.8 Jiellef, Cerps Meets socend.and
fourth Saturdays In each month.
k. or n.
.'!iyfSr,,,5 Lo,?ffe Ne- S8.-Meets first and
third Tuesdays in each month.
St. Patrick's JJonevelent Society Meets
every second Sunday.
Sodality of the II. V. M.-Meets every SUn-
Father Mathew Total Abstinence Beclctv
Meets flrstsundayln each month.
Ancient Order of Hibernlans-Meets third
Sunday In each month.
Knights of St. Jehn Meets every Tuesday
German Itellef Society-Meets nrst Monday
night In each month.
Acacia Ledge i Ne. 34. F. A.M.-Mets second
Wednesday night In each month.
11,1 R'?r.nl0n Chapter Ne. 8, K. A. M.-Meeta
second Friday In each month.
Palcstlne Catnmandery Ne. 6, K. T. Meets
fourth Friday In each month,
a. v. e. e. f.
3Il1KvAnS ?iar Ledgr0 Ne- lW8.-Meets first
and third Friday night In each month.
Household of Ituth Ne. 87.-Mcets second
ITiursday night In each month.
DAL'fl limits Or THE TABEIWACLE.
Conge IllverTabernacloNe. 80. Meets nrst
Thursday in each month.
dauqiiteus or ins oeon bauaritak.
Evans Ledge Ne. 0. Meets first Wedncsday
night In each month.
v. B. r.
Geed Will ILedgp Ne. 4fl.-Meets nrst Satur
day and third Wednesday night Ineach month.
Yeung's Temple Ne. 44. Meets first Monday
night in each month.
a. a. it.
McKInnevan Peet Ne. 160. Meets fourth Sat
urdaj night In each month.
Weman's iteller Cerps Ne. 28. Meets first
Tuesday In each month.
Hen. A. E.Cele, Judge MaysvUle
J. Il.Sallee, Commonwealth Att'y... MaysvUle
lien D. Parry, Clerk MaysvUle
Allan I). Cele, Master Commlsslener.Maysvllle
Masen -At Mavsvllle, Tuesday after the soo seo soe
ondMonday In January, April, July and Octo
ber. Flemlng At Fleralngsburg, third Monday in
May and November.
Orecuup At Greenup, fourth Monday In
rebruur and August.
Lewis At Vanceburg second Monday in
June and December.
Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday after third
Monday In September and fourth Monday in
MASON COUNTY COURT.
Mettn Second Monday in Each Menth.
Thes. U. Phlst er. Presiding Judge. . MaysvUle
Charles D.Newell, County Attorney.Maysville
T. M. Pciirce, Clerk MaysvUle
Jehn W. Alexander, Sheriff. MaysvUle
J. CJetrersenlxy,-.,,,..! Maysllelc
Sam P. Perinc f iPu,,e8' MaysvUle
ltobertC. Kirk, Jailer MaysvUle,
Jehn D Hee, Corener . t MaysvUle
Jehn C Everett, Assessor , MaysvUle
O. W, niattcrman. Scheel Sup't... .MaysvUle
IQunrterly Court meets Tuesday after the
second Monday in March, June, September
ana December, and has civil Jurisdiction te
the amount of ?300.
Maj svllle 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. Wm. 11, Daw Daw
MaysvUle Ne. 2. T. J. Pickett, Magistrate
holds court the 11 ret Saturday In each month.
William Pepper, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Saturday in each month. J. B. McNutt,
Dever James Earnsbaw and Frank Luns
ford, Magistrates, held courts en the first and
third Wednesday In March, June, September
and December. Jehn Uunyen. Constable.
Mhierva O. N. Weaver and Jeseph M. Ilyar.
Magistrates, held courts en the first and third
Thursdays In March, June, September and
Deoember. William K. King, Constable
Germuntewn Leslle H.Mannen nndWm.L
Woodward, Magistrates, held courts en the
II ret Friday and 'third Saturday in March,
June, Scptomber and December. WiUlam
Barilla J. M. Ball and James II. Qrigsby,
Magistrates, held oeu its en the second ana
fourth Saturdays In March, June, fepterabcr
and December. A. J. Suit. Constable.
Maysllek Charles W. Williams and J. D.
Ilaymend, Magistrates, held courts en the sec
ond and fourth Fridays In March, June, Sep
tember nnd December. James Ii. Kobersos,
Lewtsbunr Isaae L. Mcllvaln and Jeseph
M. Aloxander. Magistrates, held courts en the
second and fourth Thursdays in 'March, Juim,
tscptoraeor ana ueoemoer. a. xa.uueae, vemr
Orangeburg M. D. Farrew and Lewis m.
Cellls, Magistrates, held courts en the tm
Saturday and last Monday In March Jua-s,
Buptomber and December, W. H, CeryeH,
Washington Edward Belfry and Arthur T.
Weed. Magistrates, held courts en tk t mirth
Tuesdays and third Wednesdays In Haw4,
June, September and December, Qfew 0.
MurpnyovuiB-genn k. wciie sm w. W.
Worthlngten, Mtglstrates, held courts e tM
fourth MendMysand third Thursdays tat stewii.
June, Septomier snd Doeember, If, f.
ollfre. Onnttahlu. r
Fern If-Bamuel X. st-Mla mmI PmisM V
Owens, Magistral', held courts en tJst MMil
m ferttutyslWa. mUB
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