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L'.'The American Government Will
Net Part With It.
e Says a Cleveland Representative te
the Monetary Conference.
The Time-Honored Monetary Peller of
-xn 'the United States Will Never Change
With the Consent or the New Adiuliw
S&L. Ntratlen Ne Silver te Spare.
Bbubskls, Dec 0. When the Intcr-
. i"- national monetary conference adjourns
p at the end of neXt week it will probably
' leave the respective jfevernmenta repre-
fBented te decide whtjt&er or net it shall
',' ''reassemble in January. The American
i f nd ether blmctaljle delegates willjtr y
i te obtain from the conference a "rocein-
xnendatien te all the governments te
f allow from a year te eighteen months
- te elapse befere taking' any active
If '".measures toward changing the present
jk currency policy. The advocates of this
. recommendation have In view a posslble
Jjfijf, improvement te the general monetary
jrrei. anarewB, an American ucicgaie,
he is president of Drewn university,
was invited Thursday afternoon, as a
democrat and personal friend of Presi-
J" dent-elect Cleveland, te inform the con-
,'fcrence as te the probable attitude of
.' fme coming Washington government
if toward silver.
' lie said: ''We have net and are net at
' present likely te have a dollar in silver
' "beyond our needs in the United Statca
, We have no idea of soliciting any favor
. " from the people of Europe. What we
desire is as much te Europe's in-
'- teresta as te ears. We wish te multi
ply our trade with the world te de a
' Taster business with China, Japan and
Central and Seuth America, and at the
same tlme with Europe. This will never
- be successfully accomplished be long as
two great groups of nations continue te
drift apart We will net glve up our
.gelcL The time-honored monetary pol
icy of the United States will never be
changed with Mr. Cleveland's con
sent" Eoferring te the tariff, Prof. Andrews
eaid it was obvious that there was no
nurcr way te lower the American tariff
than for Europe and the United States
, te agrce upon a policy favorable te
silver as money.
Over the Inscriptions or the Soldier' Mon
ument at Indianapolis.
Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 0. The in
dications are that the monument te the
soldiers and sailors of Indiana, upon
which three hundred thousand dollars
have been expended, and which is new
approaching completion, will get into
court The cause of the disturbance
is the question whether t he monument
shall commemorate the services of theso
who fought for the union in the civil
war, or whether the dates and in
scriptions shall recall the valorous
deeds of the soldiers of the war with
Mexico. The beard of monument com
missioners decided that the monument
eheud honor the memory of all In
diana's soldiers, and in accordance with
that idea the dates placed upon the
tienr sides of the shaft were 1840, 1843,
1861 and 1803. This decision at ence
aroused the ire of a large contingent
who held the one-war idea. Seme news
papers took up the agitation and advo
cated one side or the ether, and through
theprecurement of these chiefly in
terested many G. A. IL pests of the
state have declared against what has
been termed the Mexlcanizing of the
K Oeddard Want te right Onrbett.
New Yemc Dec. 0. After his fight
with Maher at the Ceney Island Ath-
letle dub Thursday night, Jee Goddard,
en being asked as te his intentions for
the future, said spiritedly: "I mean te
-make Jim Corbett fight He has been
calling me down Jeng enough, and I
' think I have demonstrated by this time
'that I have a right te aspire te the
championship of the world.
I Shet Through the llcarU
Bristel, Tcnn., Dec. O.At Maness,
Scott county. Vs., Isham Lawsen killed
Grimes Neal ty firing two pistol Bhets
'through his heart Neal eame at Law
son 'with a knife, and before the shots
were i fired had severely out Lawsen and
a man named Webb. The latter had
interfered, as a peace-maker.
A l'rettjr Teuug Soldier.
Ntfw Yemc, Dec. 0. Miss Emma Van-
Sprdcft the eldest 'daughter of Million Millien
re Warren VanNorden, president of
thefPtthk of. N6rth America, who is
!,wellkhewn ini society, bes joined the
'Salvation army, anfl is a iu)l-fledged
nUBl j brined gpldjer.
1 ' Nqw1 lexle and Arizona,
i WlftiuiHOTPN. Dec 0.T-The democrats
are inclined, it is new bald, te let the
qiieatien bf the admission of New Mex
ico and Arizona no ever te the next
-congress, nqt, making any fight te pass
"the bill for their admission by the son
' ate 'this winter.
ladlnu Skeletons In Tennessee.
Clahksville, Tcnn., Dec. 0. II. L.
, Cernell & farmer living near here, has
discovered an Indian "burial; place i en
hk , prepqrty. Over 900 Skeletons,
tomahawks, native pottery, . ot2f''.hnve
been unearthed. '
Want thq lr Opened .Sunday .
. WAftuiNQXON, Dec. 0. A memorial
was presented in the senate, Thursday,
.from the Chicago Weman's club for the
repeal of the prevision of law requiring
'the World's iatf te, be closed 6n Sun-
' ' Homesteaders Destitute,
IleMKSTfcAD, Pa., J)ec. 0. About sev-emty-flve
cases of destitution resulting
from the great ttrikd lidve been report repert report
d'te the relief 'oemmlttce, and a severe
pell of wintry weathur will see this
namW largely ittcreased.
)AttltM M.MMMfl SWlHf BT Hw
" WOTrtMNTHIWILLS. ''!
It Is a J'erelirn Importation aed I Doing
San FiUNGIbce,iDcc. 0. The Morning
Call has been investigating the subject
of the presence in the flour mills of
this city and state of the Mediterra
nean flour moth, and it declares that
it has already beporne an alarming'
pest, resulting in the less of thou-'
sand9 of dollars te a number of large
establishments, and that it will result
In still groater less befbfe very long.
The statements are based mainly upon
interviews with . G. Jehnsen, profess
or of entomology in the Stanford un
iversity, and 'with a number of Heur"
manufacturers. They state that there
is hardly a mill in the state which is
net affected by the moth, and thitt all
efforts te eradicate It' have been unsuc
cessful The moth is continu
ally spinning strands of silk
in great quantities, which net.
only gets into the flour but also
clog the machinery be badly that the
mills are obliged te shut down tempor
arily. Prof. Jehnsen, who has made a
careful study of the subject, says he has
discovered that the moth prepagatca
mere rapidly (in this climate than in
Canada, the eastern states or ethor
celder countries whero it has appeared.
He expects that the disastrous effects of
this moth will be very apparent in
nearly all the mills of the state befere
the end of onether year.
The Hosten .Merchants' Association Adepts
Ilrsulutlens and Ilecoininendatlons.
Bosten, Dec. 9. The Bosten Mer
chants' association has discussed the
immigration question and adopted reso
lutions and recommendations te the ef
fect that all pcrseps desiring te emi
grate te the United States with a view
of becoming a citlzen should be obliged
te produce a consular certificate before
landing, which shall embody these
faeta and qualificatiens:
First A declaration showing with
what object and intent the applicant
proposed emigration, his resources, oc
cupation and plans for a livelihood.
Second An official declaration from
the local authorities whero the appli
cant has lived showing that he has
never been convicted of crlme or sup
ported at the government expense, and
that he was in reasonably geed health
and mental soundness.
Third The consul should also satisfy
himself by personal observation and
test as te the emigrants illiteracy and
his ability te read and write in his own
language might fairly be required.
Fourth The immigrant should be
sounded as te whether or net he has
any appreciation of our government and
the principles upon which it Is founded
and has a purpose in a geve rnment of
the people, te be loyal te the United
States and beceme a geed citizen there
The Fifth Ohie Iteglment, Cleveland
Grays, A'ld CleTeIand Light Artillery
Lose Their Uniforms a.id Acceutre,
Cleveland, O., Dec. 0. Fire broke
out In the city armory Thursday morn
ing. The firemen were unable, owing
te the donse smoke and intense heat,
te get water turned en the burning
building until the fire had raged twenty
Wlien they succeeded the armory was
practically a total less, and the flames
had spread te the Central Police station.
At 11:10 the Are had communicated te
several buildings adjpining. but it
was under control before it
did any serious damage. The
armory and its contents were
totally destroyed. The Fifth regiment,
Cleveland Grays and Cleveland tLight
Artillery lest all their uniforms and
accoutrements.' The less, te the Fifth
rcgiment is (20,000, en which there is
no insurance. "The Grays' less was
about 530,000, en which there was 523,
000 insurance. The lss te the artillery
company was about $5,000, uninsured.
Thaless en the building is Estimated at
$20,000, there being no Insurance.
Futher anil Sen Assusalunted.
Atlanta, Ga., Dec a Jehn Rob
erts, a well-to-de planter, while driving
en the Sandtown read, six miles from
Atlanta, was, with his ten-year-old son,
waylaid near a donse clump of weeds
and both fatally, shot from ambush.
Reberta stated it was tee dark te see
who fired the shot but it is strongly
believed te be a farmer named Fred.
Cunningham, who is said te have sworn
yengoence against Roberts for assault
ing' his' half-brother. '
A Five Thousand Dellar Judgment,
Columbus, 0., Dec 0. Mrs., ltty
James, wife of a well knqwnj book
seller pf, this city, (Wednesday secured
in the common pleas court a judgment
of 53,000 against thq. Columbus Natural
Gas Ce. Mrs., James was one of the nu
merous victims ..of the trrfie natural
eras ' cxnloslen that occurred here in
January, 1890, and was permanently in
jured. She sued for (15,000,
Stabbed In the. Neck.
Knoxville, Tenn., Dec 9. Ben
Jehnsen and James Thompson, of New
Tazewell, Tenn., became embroiled in
a difficulty at the residence of a young
lady named, Mains, when' Jehnsen was
seriously If npt fatally Btabbed in the
neck Beth m6n were courting Miss
Mains. Jealousy was the cause of the
fight All are young people well known
Ne Appropriation for Georgia Mllltla,
Atlanta, Ga., Dec, 0, The commit
tce of the whele it the house, Wednes
day, reported adversely en an appro
priation of $30,000 for the annual state
encampment of the militia. If the
legislature adepts the report there will
be no mere encampments in the state,
and will probably result in disorganiz
ing the state militia.
Jnsaua Father's Deed,
Chicago, Dec 0. Frank Egcrs at
tempted te kill his wife, but with the
assistance erf her thlrtoen-yoar-pld son
te woman escaped and fled te ,the po pe
lk stutleti. When the etllcers went
la tM NMH .ttf QHM.r. Kgtr M
t)f Attorney-General Miller Sent
A Total Expenditure of Over Three
Millions of Dollars.
In 2,000 Civil Suits Termlnnted l.OtO'W'ere
In Fuver of the United htates nnd ISO
Agalnut the OeTernment 18,734
Criminal I'roseeutlons Ended.' ' .
Washington, Dec 9. Att'y-Gen.
Miller's annual report submitted te
congress Thursday-shows ,a total ex
penditure df 3,748.E3D.08, of which
(073,824.10 was paid te United Suites
marshals. In 2,009 civil suits termi
nated, 1,018 were in favor of the United
States and 180 against the United
States. There were also terminated
18,724 criminal prosecutions.
Thejfbusincss of the department is
centiuually and largely Increasing.
This Increase is most noticcable in the
business befere the court of claims. The
rofcrence te that court, for Investigation
and findings, of claims for the
taking and Injury te property
of persons assuming te have been
loyal during the war, such claims being
already between 0,000 and 10,000 in num
ber, and in amount aggregating nearly
5400,000,000, and Btlll mero recently the
duty imposed upon that court of trying
claims for Indian depredations, such
claims already filed bJing ever 8,000 in
number and aggregating ever 33,000,
000 are very suggestive of the growing
work of the department
He reviews briefly the work of the
United States 6upreme court and says
he is glnd te be able te report that, as
the result of the organization of the
circuit court of appeals, the number of
cases in the supreme court is being
reduced. He also refers te the busi
ness before these circuit courts
and suggests that some prevision
be enacted by
the payment of
neys for services in
these courts, se
that it will net be left te the discretion
of the attorney general. The necessity
for such discretionary action, he says,
ought te be by legislation reduced te
the minimum. This whole subject of
the management of the government's
business in the circuit courts of appeals
ought te have the careful attention of
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY.
The Funds Are Net hudlclent te Flace. the
Columbus, Dec 9. The annual report
of the State university at Columbus was
filed Jn the governor's office Thursday
morning. It shows an enrollment of
708 students. There were 000 last year.
The current expenses for the coming
year are estimated at about 5125,000, of
which (95,000 is for salaries. The sum
of (37,500 is iwanted te complete new
buildings elready begun, and (20,000
for equipping new buildings that have
The total amount asked for is (211,
000. The income of the university dur
ing the last year was 5132,493, including
an appropriation of (38,000 by the legis
lature but net Including the money re-
( ceived from the sale of certificates of
indebtedness. A comparison is made
between this sum and the (347,000 an
nual income of the university of Michi
gan, the million dollar annual income
of Deland Stanford university and Har
vard college and ether great institu
tions of learning. The trustees desire
te place the the State university en a
level with the best and want enough
money te de it with.
Car Snerper Finds a Valuable Kell. M
Wabash, Ind., Dec. 0. Wednesday
morning while a roustabout in the yard
of the Michigan division of the Big
Four read at Benten Harber was sweep
ing out a coach which had just come in
from the south, he found a large pocket
book under a seat Opening it he was
astonished te find 55,001) in currency
and checks. There was nothing In the
book disclosing the identity of the
owner, and it was sent te Master Me
chanic Doebler in this city, who holds
it awaiting a claimant
llagler Fiends Guilty. .
DAVENrenT, la., Dec 0. Recognizing
the incontrovertible proof against him
Gee. Bagley, the United States Express
Ce.'b faithless messenger, was advised
by his atterney te plead guilty te the
theft of 5100,000, which he retained in
his possession only twenty-four hpurs
before his arrest He took the advice
and sentence was reserved, ft is
thought that In view of his action a
punishment' riot te execed five years
wll be meted out te him
A fusion Electoral (lulu.
Grand Fekks, N. D., Dec 0. Upen
the order of Judge Tcmpleten, the vote
of Nejsen county was recounted. The
rejected returns were included, giving
the republican electors a gain of 83,
and the fusion electors a gain of 50, a
net fusion gain of 17. This elects an
other of the fusion electors,, Wm. Win
ning, by a majority of 14 ever Clark,
republican. Kendcsvedt fuslenlst, has
a majority of 214, and Wallbcrg, re
Hey Flnjrs 1th Temler.
PniNCETeN,.Ky., Dec 9. A llttle son
of Geerge Cresslands, while playing
with powder Thursday morning, was
burned in a horrible manner. His face
and neck arc almost a crisp, both eyes
are burned out nnd the hair is scorched
almost entirely off. He put about an
bunce of powder in a tin. box,
punehed a hole in the box and dropped
a lighted match in. Uq may recover,
but his sight is entirely destroyed.
Nickel DlsceTered In I own.
Kkekujc, In., Dec 0. Dr. Keycs, as
sistaut state geologist, has just dis
covered nickel ores near Keokuk, which
Is, the first discovery of the kind ever
announced from Iowa, The ero is very
inch and the finding of It has caused
qulte a sensation.
llelleved, te He of ne, diary Origin.
PHlLApr.MMIlA,, , Dee. 8. There b
gTewhtf b$M il4 th ietrctlen of
the PuWle lUdfw WlMinf wm tk
werW of an ieMMlM'y. A Utafwfh I
- WlrstWisi ex sissi iKu.K4sir -tfHAI 1m SmssW.
' C0NDENSEDc NEWS
Gathered Frem All Fans of' the Cenntry
Secretary of State Camprcne, of Mex
ico, is dead.
Dr. 1'hile R. Hey, naturalist died sud
denly at Racine, Wis., aged 70.
Anarchist Franceis, arrested in Lon Len Lon
eon, has been extradited and ta'ten te
Mrs. Geerge Carter, of Zunesville, O.,
has become a maniac through grief ever
the death of her daughter.
The southwest silver convention, at
El I'use, Texa8, has organized the
pan-American bimetallic association.
Prof. Jehn Streng Newbury, one of
the. most promlnent geologists in the
United Stitcs, is dead at New Haven, Ct
Dick Brcslin and Geerge-Hayes, who
were arrested for the murder bf Mayer'
Miller at Omaha, Neb., have been re
leased. The report that Airs. Maybrick was
dying in the working prison, in
England, is true She has made a con
fession. G. M. Lamberton, of Lincoln, Neb.,
has been selected for appointment as
assistant secretary of the treasury te
succeed Mr. Nettleten.
Wallace Ogden, a custom-house bro
ker in New Yerk, has been arrested for
making false entries by which the gov
ernment was defrauded of (4,000.
It has developed that Prince Bismarck
is interested in the Milwaukee street
car lines te the extent of (50,000. Henry
Villard is authority for the report
At Veedersburg, Ind., Bert Campbell,
aged 10, a widow's son, while feeling
with a revolver, accidentally shot him
self In the eye The wound is fatal.
William H. Hale, the American quad:
doctor arrested In Liverpool for do de
frauding number of persons, has been
sentenced te eighteen months In prison.
A duel en horseback occurred near
Mclntyre's Gin, Tex., between two Ne
groes, Rebert Warficld and Lige Allen.
They fought with bewieknives, and
both will probably die.
An attempt was made te wrcek an
East High street electric car in Spring
field, O., Thursday night by placing
rails across the track. The car was
filled with people coming from the
The senate in executive session
Thursday ratified the convention con
cluded between Chill and the United
States for the settlement of the long
existing claims. of the United States
A cattle man named Wesren was
killed by a belt of lightning while rid
through a storm near Denlsen, Tex.
The destruction te property in the
Chickasaw nation was great a large
number of cattle being killed.
Twenty-six buildings were wrecked
by a heavy wind-storm which swept
through Paragould, Ark. The width
of the storm was 300 yards and leveled
fences, outhouses and residences. Sev
eral persons were seriously injured.
The damage was (20,000.
CINCINNATI, Dec. 0.
FLOUn Winter patent, $1733.1.15. fancy,
M.SO33.50; family, !1453a(W; extra, 12.100223:
low grade, J1.0O3.2.UO, spring patent, M S3.14.SO;
spring faney, $3,603X85; spring family, MOO
&3.40. Rye Deur, &M033.G0. Uuclt'.vbeat, 12,00
ffiiCO per 100 lb sack.
Wheat The market was firmer In tone, geed
samples being scarce. Ne. 2 red held at 70u71e
and Ne. 3 red at 05Q fcSe.
Ceiin The market was Arm with a better In
quiry. Ne. 2 white shelled held at He and
Ne, 2 mixed and Ne. 2 yellow at 43c. Earqulet
at 40343c as te quality.
Oats Market firm and demand fair, with
moderate offerings of desirable samples Ne. 2
white held at S9e; Ne. 3 white at COc; Ne. 2
mixed at 35a States for geed inspection sam
ples. ItYK Market quiet but arm. Choice north
western held at 50c and prime Ohie, Indiana
and Illinois at M63c,
Cat-TLB Expert steers, MGS"t4 73 'air W
geed shipping. $4 0024.63. Oxen: Geed te
choice, KV50IM.US. common te fair, f2.0Uua.;
select butcber, 4 004.33; fair te geed, 2.eO'j
3.W: common( ti.W&'i. Heifers Geed te
choice, a25J3.73. geed te choice llgbt, t3.00a
a 03; common tq fair, f 1 732.75.
'Veal Calyijs Qemmen and large, SKea
5.00, fair te geed light, W see.25, extra, fa.VX
HcKlS Select heavy shippers and prima
butcher, &2336.3S; fair te geed pack
ing, W.oeaa.25; common and rough, tswa
6.00. fair te geed light, iS-TNttOO; fat pigs,
Shebp and Lambs Sheep Wethers, W 2V3
4 73; fat ewes, atOft4.23; common te fair
mixed, t2.50fcs.23. Lamba-Obed te choice,
4 504523; common te fair, t3.5aA4.23.
NEW YeilK, Dec. 9.
WnEAT Ne. 2 red ic up and firm De
cember, 7Ke; Janutry, 78378)e
RVK Quiet ated steady;, western, SlgSSa
, Uahley Dull; western, 653,68c.
Cehn Ne." 2 firmer and quiet; January,
Oats Ne. 2dull, firmer; January, 37?3S7!4e;
May, 39K3.39Ke; western, J634SC.
PiTTsnuuen, Dee 9.
Cattle Market steady at yesterday's prices.
lloes Market slew;. XJbiladelphlai, 8. lire
5.45. Yorkers and mixed,. t&J0a3S; 3. cars of
hogs shipped te New Yerk.
Shkkp Market fair at about jestcnlay'a
Oaltuierx, Dec. 8.
WnKAT Firmer: spot, 74Mu7Xe: January,
rSHOTSfte; May, siQglHcr steamer Ne. 2 red,
Cem Firmer;. spot 4te bid, year 48tfQt8Ke;
January, 4S48He; February, 48e bid; May,
5le bid; steamer mixed, 47obte.
Oats Steady; Ne. 2 white western, OQtSHc;
Ne. 2 mixed de, i48t3Ke.
UnioAeo, Dee. 0.
Fleuii Ann 0 bain. Cash quotations; Fleur
easy, without quotable change. Ne. 2 spring;
wheat, 7UtfJ71Xe; Ne. 3 spring wheat, 63&
S7e; NaBred, 71Ntt71Ke; Ne. 2 corn, 41 lie; Ne.
3, 37Ue: Ne. 2 eats, 30SOV(o;,Ne. 2 white,
Lab. SIVie; Ne, 3 white, S2U32Vie; Ne. 2 rye,
ISV(e; Ne. 2 burley, G4e; Ne. 3, f . e b., iOZKa;
Ne. 4, f. a b., 3334.10; Ne, 1 flaxseed, JL0SXQ
PniLAnKLrniA, Dec. 9.
Wheat Ruled steady, but closed dull and
easier; Ne. 2 red in expert elevator, 75c; Ne. 3
red December, 74UOT5&
CenN Options firm and advanced Ma under
tight offerings and In sympathy with wheat;
fecal car leta scarce and quiet; tteamer In ex ex
eort elevator, 48Me: Ne. 8 In de, 4$e; Ne. a
mixed December. 49M34B(c
0 ATP -Lecal trad.Q, demand moderate, with
free offerings; futures dull and unchanged; Ne.
:mlxcd,,39KC!Np. 8 white, 0K&tJ(c; choice
de en track, 40U.e; Ne, white, Ulie,
Itoune, O., Dee, 9.
Wheat Lewer and weak) Ne. t cash and
December, 7ile; May.TPWe.
jCex-DU easy; .Ne. cash, 42Xe Ne. S,
Mat Hsj. , fe
OwQfH tMfc, a
Kra-te4ulri etch, (te,
Ctev-WawMwi BaW a4 stMdyi KhM e4t
fT.Wi rwy, ,t?.9s ,,
Parden TJiese Tears.
w VTA i. 4
OF FALL GOODS AT
18 enough te drnw tenrs from the toughest
gobbler In the land, ns Henry Ort
told one of his old friends.
The prices placed en
Parler ana Bedroom Suits,
are te mnke them go, net te make him rich.
The ueunl prices huve melted, us though
they hnd get into the hottest place,
ilut Henry Ort Is here for busi
ness, net sentiment. Yeucnu
Kfiln by his necessities.
These goods must go.
Ne. 11 E Second St., ilAYSVILLE, KY.
State National Bank
CAPITAL 8T00K $200,000
DO A OENEEAL BANKING BUSINESS.
C. B. Pkabck, Cashier.
W. II. Cox, rresldent.
J.ve. I' j lick. Vice-President.
Allen A. Edmonds,
nrcuc vam EJiirnu,
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
THAT CAN BE.
will eontlnue te repair Wutehes, Clocks nnd
Jewelry nt lllakeboreugh's old snnd. eetTlm
FALL SHAPES NOW READY.
Skirls Made te Orckr
Academy of tlie VlBlttUloii-Jteardlafr
Rim Day Sekoel for Yeuff Ladles.
This. Institution hn a hljrh repmaUOii for lw
manv advautasci mid thorough oduca-tle In
every bianeh. the Mu(4eS DefHta0,M f
Mmwr we airwiwii 01 a. rnwumn w n
e Mfuwlntr htwAt rrtw. Wind supW lll b
enjLajM v fur v.
vttery, uersiita una notectw stj
Mayer ...... ,E. E. renrce. Jr
Plt Plfl.1, .fM,l A All....
Ppucoter and Treasurer It. A. CechniH, Jrj
pi urseui. ..r.iJnmes unma
A ssesBOr ......... I , ft.,.A. N. Huf,
oea una ueai mspocier wiuiain u&vu
City Proseoutor J.N.Kehee'
ijiiy rnysicmn Dr. U. U. Uwewi
City Undertaker ., Q. A. Means ft Sen
Keeper Almshouse Mrs. Berah B. fljjp
SluU First Thursday Evening in Each-Menth.
William H. Cor, President.
(1) W. H. Cox.
(1) Thes. M. Weed,
(3) H.L. Newell.
(2 w. ii.wadswerth,Jr.
(3) Conard Itudy,
(2) M. F. Kchec,
(3) C. II. Pearce, Jr.
It) V.. W. PltTirnrM
(1) Gee. C. Flemlnfc
(1) Gee. Bcbrecder,
(2) II. It. Worbewer,
w) ij. u. uniierman
Thn flcrtirea InrltatA V,e nnM,A. - .
PHnh Pntineflman haa Am w. t-:.
lgw -"- - ww wu auunr7t -
Confldence Ledge Ne. 62 Meets first Mon
day nlgb iln each month.
Masen Ledge Ne. 342 Meets second Monday
night in cacirmenth.
Maysville Chapter Ne. O-Meets third Men-
HAT tllirht In nnnK aK
Mavsvllle Ceraraandery Ne. 10- Meets fourth i-k
Monday night in ench month. j
niffhtCnlb Led,f0 Ne IS-Mecta every Tuesday J
. 0V.,nid ked e Ne. 27-Mcets every Wcdnes'i
tisgah Encampment Ne. 0-Meets second fv
and fourth Mondays In every month. ' ' fJ
-i u. - u '"'yvinuKe.s Meets tnird endav .,.
night In each month. i t
A.iu.iueuni iMupa .-se. , u. or it. Meets
first Monday night In each month.
i.imo8teno Ledge Ne. 36-M ects every Frfdty i
Maysville Division Ng. 6, U. B-Meets Brst V1
Tuesday In everv mnnin. ".,? W
P. O. B. A. ii
J ashlngten Camp Ne, 3-Mccts every Thursi"' JL
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U. -A. It. " $TTI
JeSPnh Tfnlenc Mna X7 in u . - !S9
third fl-iurda,s in ea'cl I nenth.""" "m Rna
m. u Jiutchins Camp Ne. 2. 8. of V.-Meet - f
ursi unu tnira Wednesday's of the month.
y.m cn.8 1iellef. Cerps-Meets second and
fourth Saturdays In each month.
k. or u.
Jinysviue. Loage Ne. 2I78.-Meets first and n
mira Tuesdays in each month.
St. Patrick's Benevolent Society Meets
every second Sunday.
Sodality of the B. V. M. Montu n,rr nn
day. ' " y8
illther Slnthnw Tntirl A,.t(n.r,w, n,.i. ' VH
Meets first Sunday In each month.
Ancient Order of Hibernians Meets third
Sunday In each month. '
Knights of St. Jehn Meets every Tuesday
night. ' j
night lu each month.
Acacia Ledge- Ne. 2i, F. A. M.-Mqets second
ednesday night in each month.
.ii. iiuriuuu unHpicr no. , it. a. ii. Meets -A
Bt-cenn rnaaj- in each mouth.
Plllpetlnn rtammiinHn... V J IT m ,,...
fourth Krlrtnv In oi.eh mS,h ' ' 'n jtiB'Sii
O. XT. O. O. F.
M.ftvi" ?JtRr Lede Ne. lW8.-Mects first '
and third Friday night in each month.
Housebold or Kuth Ne. U7.-Meets second'
Thursday night in each month,
DAUOIITEK8 OP TnE TABERNACLE.
Conge Blver Tabernacle Ne. 80,-Meets first '
Thursday in each month.
I DADGHTEKS OP THE GOOD SAMABITAN.
Evans Ledge Ne. 9. Meets first Wednesday
night In each month.
u. u. r. ,;
uueuniu Lpuge Ae. 46. Meets first Satur-, 1
day and third cdnesday night ineachmenthf''ry
'""B -irapie .-ie. 44, .Meets nrst Monday
a. a. n. -S,
McKInnevan Pest Ne. lea. Meets fourth Sat
urday night in each month.
Weman's Belief Cerps Ne. 2b. Meets first
Tuesdu) In each month.
Hen. A. E.Cele. Judge Maysville
J . 1 1. Bailee. Commonwealth Att'y. . . Maysville
,.,?.n '"Ty. Clerk Maysville
Allan D. Cele. Master Commissioner, Maysville
MnRnn At XfnratHllA TiieulDvafiD.ttia.aA. '
end Monday In January, April, July and Octo- ?
Flemlng At Flemlngsburg, third Monday in
May and Nnvemher.
Greeuui At Greenup, fourth Monday in
February and August.
Lewis At Vancuburg second Monday in
June nnd December.
Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday after third
Monday In Septomber and leurlh Monday in
MASON COUNTY COUKT.
Mctit Second Mntulau in Each Menth.
Thes. B.Phlster.'Prcsldlng Judge.. Maysville
Charles D. Newell. County .Atterney, Maysville
T. M. Pearce, Clerk Maysville
-ItMin W A lAViutflnp aiisitfT U a alltn
J-C-JeU-orsenln-,,..,.-,! .Mayillck -iN
sam i: penne --' ; Mnysviue
iwiuviiv. uh A, wniu-i ... ...i. ... jiajD)Uiujj
Jehn D Boe, Cerenor MaysvllUW
jennu. tsvereit. Assessor ways vine
H. V. Itlilttnrmnn. KSlin()l Rnn't .MnrivlllA
IQuarterly Court meets Tuesday after the?'
second .Monday in March, June, eeptemDer.
nnn riwvmhnr. mid hna nlrll 1nr11lntfrtn in
the amount of fJUO.i V
Maysville Ne. l.-Jehn L. Grant, Magistrate,
holds court the first Tuesday In each month.
Jacob Miller, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Tuesday In each month. Wm. B. Daw Daw
Maysville Ne. 2. T. J. Pickett, Magistrate
holds court the tlrst Saturday In each month.
William Pepper. Magistrate, holds court the ,
teurtti Saturday lit eaen mourn, j, it. .Meruit. .
'Constable. ' '
Dever James isnrnsnaw ana frame Luns
ford. Magistrates, held courts en the first aud
third Wednesdays in March, June, September
and December. Jehn Hnnyen. Constable. '
Minerva O. N. Weaver and Jeseph M.Uyiir.
Mni7ltratp. held courts en the first and third
Thursdays In March, June, September and
December. William K. King, Constable
uermamewn Lesue it. Mannen ana wm. Jj. yv
Woodward, Magistrates, held courts en ths I
June, September and December. WlllUs
Sardls J. M. nail and James H. Grigsby,
Magistrates, held courts en the second and
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juunu cniuiunjp .u jinivii, uuuu.evtiivum;r
una ueccmeer. a. j. euil. xinsuinie.
Maysllek-Charles W. Williams, and J. D-J
uarmeni, Magistrates, nom courts en me se-v
Ond and leurtl) Fridays in March, June, Se?-J
tomecr ann uceemuer. james it. itoeerson, -
Lcwlsburtr Isaac L. Mellvaih and JeMfe.
M. Aloxander, Magistrates, held courts entkrf
second and reurtn Thursdays in Marce, juM,d
Soptember and December. S. M, Strede, CeN-l
Orangeburg M. D. Farrew and Lewis M.ft
Cellls, Magistrates, held courts en tbe Irttij
Saturday and last Monday in March, Jua,7
tfoptemner ana ueecraeur. t. n, curytw,
Wanhlngten-Kdward Delfryand Arthur T. yt
woea. Magisiraica, neiu ueuria en ine leurvst
Tuesdays and third Wodnesdayt in Mre
Getrglp, Constable, , s,
Marphydvllle Jehn E. Wells Had W. "W. ,Tj
nenninKiuu, Jinifiairnitwjuuiu deviiwh warn
Seurth Monitors and third Thursday la PW'Ssi,
no, September and DeeetalxH-. Ml T. MSr
xtaf-Sanuel S. Mastbt htei IMwiiM 1
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