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A Just Compliment
Correspondence of the Courior Jonrnil
The Chief Clerk of the Senate Hon W
V Prather continues to win golden opin
ions from all quarters but especially from
Senators for his untiring industry perfect
familarity with all the duties of Ins office
and partfcuhirly with parliamentary rules
and usages and his unchanging urbanity
of demeanor and accommodating disposi
tion toward all having any business or
desiring any information from his depart
ment of the public service All reporters
especially are under obligations to Mr
Prather for his wonderful patience with
them when rushing to his desk for n for
mation at times frequently when he can
not well afford to be interrupted
B who runs a country store and
einployed a number of wood choppers
one day met an old debtor Well Jones
said B are you out of work V Yes
sir he replied Would you go to work
for me and have it credited to your old
account if I should make it very easy for
you inquired I dont know
how will vou fix it answered Jones
Well Ill tell you said B You
know I am paying my choppers a dollar a
day but if you are disposed to work out
your old indebtedness 1 will allow you 4
a day until the old account is settled
What say you Jones after meditating a
few moments suddenly exclaimed By
golly Ill do it if youll make it half cash
Detroit Free Press
Charging Hie Jury
Detroit Free Press
In a country place in North Carolina
some time after the war thgy elected as
Justice of the Peace an old white haired
negro ignorant but honest and well liked
His first case was a jury trial After the
pleading was over the counsel informed
His Honor that he could charge the jurv
Hm Charge de jury
Yes your honor
Wal gemmen ob de jury it pears de
case am trow an I got to close it wid de
charge Considerin de sperinec you hab
got 1 tink I will charge you two dollars
an haf piece
Why cant people nay mother and
father in a better way than they do
Words cadence inflection and every
thing else has got twisted and wriggled
out of shape The Iev Yorker savs
Ma r with a jerk on the r The
Philadelphia girl says May ar through
her nose The St Louis girl says Ma
mar the Boston girl saysMur mur
the Baltimore beauty Mur mur and
Pur pur The little Canadian savs
Pa ah and lia ah The Alabama
girl says Porr and 3Iorr The Brook
lyn girl says Par pah and Mah ah
The London girl savs Xow
you make me lowof
An amusing incident occured at the
Pension office the other day One of the
examiners in looking over the papers of
an applicant for a pension found that it
was indorsed by Rutherford B Hayes of
Fremont Ohio As is customary when
the character of the person indorsing the
claim is unknown the postmaster of the
town is written to for information The
examiner evidently did not know who
Rutherford B Hayes was as he wrote to
the postmaster at Fremont Ohio making
the usual inquiries Greatness disap
pears with painful rapidity Washington
Republican
Among the charred debris that have
been removed from the ruins of the Ring
Theater in Vienna were the remains of
Henry Samek the chief of the claque who
after displaying extraordinary gallantry in
rescuing several persons from the galleries
of the burning house lost his life in trying
to save his overcoat
I say when does this train leave
What are you asking me for Go to the
conductor Im the engineer I know
youre the engineor but you might give
a man a civil answer Yes but Im no
civil engineer
A Maine man of wealth left his estate
so conditioned that his heirs will lose their
income for six months for every breach of
a total abstinence pledge
Hens scratch up flower beds only when
they are barefooted Thats why women
run out and shoo the hens to keep em
from doing damage
p ARRETT S WALL
ATTORNEY AT LAW
mid County Judge
Offick ik Court House MAYSVILLE KY
Will practice in Circuit Courts of Mason and
adjoining Counties and Court of Appeals
July 12 1877 ly
pOONSSALLEE
ATTORNEYS A V JuAW
And Fxnnif nevs lor Mnson Cotintj
MAYSVILLE KY
Will pvnet ice in the courts of Mason and adjoin-
ng counties Special attention given
ectlon of claims Remittances made promptly
Olllce Third Street near Courthouse julylo
J I WORTlIIXGTOrv
E
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE COUJiT STREET
march 11 1SS0 HAYS VI LIK KY
FREESTONE PAVEMENTS and all kindsof
BUILDING STONE 0 1UXU jau30
r F MARSH
Examiner for Mason County and Real Estate
and Insurance Agent Special attention given
tocollections Olllce Court street Maysvllle
Ky n24
BUTTER Egus Cheese Poultry Wild Game
Venison Fuis Grain Apples Potatoes
Onions Dried Fruits A c Send lor price lists
and tags J E PHILLIPS CO
nlOlm 311 Greenwich Street New York
General Produce Commission Merchants
Unprecedented LOW Prices -
New slock just received direct from the man
uiaeturers consequently there will be no ex
tra commissions to be paid
We will not be under undersold Our prices
are the lowest and our goods of the very best
quality Give u a call and save money
rinitb made to order on reasonable terms
VIC ROY A LEE
Second St adjoining Sulser Petry A Co
NEW MARBLE YARD
ixrE respect fully announce to the public that
V we have opened a marble yard on Second
street above Yancey fc Alexanders stable and
are prepared to lurnish Monuments Tomb
Stones Freestone Pavements and building
work ol all kinds promptly on short uotice
marlO ly COOK A CLARK
MOHXJMBSTT
GRANITE MB MARBLE
J A MoCANN
uus2oly MAYSVILLE
SAMUEL J DAUGHERTY
MAKUFACTUKEU OF
MONUMENTSJOMBSTOIESc
Second St Opposite M yaii fe Rileys
MAYSV1LLE KY
Freestone Pavements and all kinds of Build
ing Stone on hand Having had an experience
of ihirty two years in the business I oiler my
services to the public confident of rendering
satisfaction janSO
TjUCAKK f lAUCXE
HOUSE7 AND SIGN PAINTER
glazier paper hanger c Second street oppo
site pork house Will give prompt attention
to all work in mv line and ask but a reasona
ble price mar21
BUSSGESS MVM
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Dry Goods Notions c
ENTERPRISE BLOCK
nii2fly
MAYSVILLE
79ANVKEK S12 a day at home easily made
v I Costly Outfit free Address Thue Co
Augusta Maine f7ly
BATCHELDERS
Ventilated Egg Case
Patented February 15 18S1
Indispensible to Merchants Shippers
And Producers
i
Thn nuftalo fl niTin nf 11il pnriJptrnntnlnK fivo
trays held in place by fasteners at end of case
as seen in cut These Trays aie constructed in
i reversible halves The above cut shows one
I whole tray tilled icndy to be placed in caseeach
egg renting in its enrdbonid socket in such a
manner as to be readily counted candled or
transferred from tray to tray or case to ease
without rulmndling
For void storage this case will store 10 dozen
with racks madeto receive the half tuns hence
this is the cheapest storage cube manufactur
ed saving largely in space
The manner ot Holding the eggs on end pre
vents oscillation addling or breuage and adds
greatly to their freshness when carried long in
storage Size of 0 doen No 1 cases 23x12x11
weighs 20 pou lids
PRICES IN CHICAGO
T LnKmncnnnfJ shippers o i so doz case with
1 0 lui lilOISailQ Vninnnrn J rHSJ ls HH
Cardboard Fillers lor reKHUiiy 2Vji1n
lri 1 niinl t IcnMii lit fin lntc rt WW itifu
JButchelilcrs KfJSSVslcr i sling- l doz
at once saves to luv vvs many
times its cost each
son Price 00
By special ariangements made by theman
ulacturers ot this case most Railroads will re-
ceive mem as iounu ciass ircigui
- The IS dozen case made especially
9 m
B fenoOlTISc7 KOTfiinifln mersuse sent to any address by express with
JLFClL allic JDttlSialliSJ out nailing with full directions tokening up
on receipt of 50 cents Every Farmer and con
sumer should have one of these casesit will
save its cost every month Agents wanted in
Fashionable ready made clothing in the lat
st styles and fabrics at
uveiy cutting auuios
J H BATCHELDER
In ordering mention this paper
jio oiiHuvw tu south v ater st Chicago
Dissolution Notice
rjniE firm of SMITH cfc RYAN was dissolved
JL by mutual consent January Kith The bus
iness of the late llrm will bo settled by JOHN
F RYAN All persons having claims against
the firm will piesent them or pavment
GEO W SMITH
jlSlmdw JOHN FRYAN
F L TRAYSER
PIANO MANUFACTURER
Front St 1 doors west of 5IIII House
Grand Upright and Square Pianos also the
best make of Organs at lowest manufacturers
prices Tun ins and Repairing n17
T
71
SEZHnTZST
COUUT STEET - MAYSVILLE A J
Gas used in the extraction of teeth
K2JL r
dl
H V 3IoorcM Dentist
FULL SET OF TEETH 10
x riEETH drawn by SPKAW Of
sij fice old stand Second street
mayJu ly
Contractors and Builders
promptly and cheertully furnished
ESTIMATES
nished for all work in our line Shop on
Third street near Wall Maysville Ky fJUm
NiSIU I A IflcKREIili
AOtiO SUTTON STREET - - Maysvllle Ky
S
FLENDID new stock of Staple and Fancy
Dry Goods bought at bottom prices lor cash
BLovest prices is our business motto
JulyS ly NESB1TT McKItELL
DEALER IN
GUNS PISTOLS
WALKING CAWES dec
ALSO REPAIRS Guns Locks Umbrellas
Parasols Sewing Machines c Ac
SDKeys on hand and Made to Order
Stencil Cutting a Specialty
Second Street bet Market Limestone Sts
MAYSVILLE KY
CITY AM COUNTY DIRECTORY
Con rls Circuit Conrt
Judge AECole
Commonwealths Attorney T A Curran -
Clerk B D Parry
Sheriff J CPickett
1an Ierrine
i
nonntipo
Dpputies -
j HKlce
Jailer Ed Gault
Tuesday after second Monday in January
Apiil July and October in eacli year
County Court
Jndire G S Wall
County Attorney J L Whltaker
Clerk W W Pall
Second Monday ol each month
Quarterly Court
Tuesday after second Monday in March June
September and December In each year
MnpistrntcN CourtH
Maysvllle No l W IT Pollock and J LI
Grant first and third Tuesdays In March June
Sent em her and December
Maysvllle No 2 Win Pepper and W L
Ilolton first Saturday and Jourth Tuesday
same months
Dover No A A Gibbon and A P Dobyns
first and third Wednesday same month
Minerva No 4 0 N Weaver and J H Wat
son first and thlid Tuesdays same months
Germantown Nor S F Pollock and James
Fegan first and thiid Saturdays same months
Sardis No i T Al Hall and J W Tilton
second and fourth Satin days same months
Maysllck No 7 C W Williams and J D
Raymond second and fourth Fridays same
months
Lewisburg No 8 J M Alexander and
Abner Hord second and fourth Thursdays
same months
Orangeburg No V W D Coryell and WJ
Tully first Saturday and last Monday same
months
Washington No 10 John Ryan and James
Smithets fourth Tuesday and third Wednes
day same months
Murphysville No 11 Lewis Jefferson and
E L Gault fourth Monday and thiid Thurs
day same months
Fern Leaf No 12 S E Mastin and J R
Ihirgess second and fourth Saturdays same
months
Constables
Maysvllle No 1 J P Wallace
Maysvllle No 2 W L Moran
Dover No3 W 11 McMillan
Minerva No -1 James Runyon
Germantown No 5 Isaac Woodward
Sardis No A Collins
Maysllck No 7 Thomas Murphy
Lewisburg No 8 S M Strode
Orangeburg No 9- Thomas Hise
Washington No 10 James Gault
Murphysville No 11 W R Prather
Fern Leaf No 12 JJ W Wood
Society Meetings 3foNOisic
Confidence Lodge No 52 first Monday ol
each month
Mason Lodge No 312 third Monday of each
month
Maysvllle Chapter No 9 second Monday oi
each month
Maysvllle Commandery No 10 fourth Mon
day of each month
lO O F
PiFgah Encampment No J second and
fourUi Mondays in each months at 7 oclock
DeKalb Lodge No 12 Tueiday night each
week at 7 oclock
Ringgold No 27 Wednesday night each
week at 7 oclock
K of 1
Limestone Lodge No GO Friday night ol
each week
r o w ar
Wednesday night each week at their hall on
Second street
Sodality BV 3T
Second and fourth Sundays in each month
at their hall on Limestone street
rather 91 nt It civ A A S
First Sunday in each month al their hall on
Limestone street
St Patricks ISciicvoIctit Nociciy
Second Sunday in eacli month at their ha
on Limestonestreet
Cigar Iflultcrs Union
Fhst Saturday night in each month
IO T
Monday night ol each week
Mails
K C It It an Ives at 950 a m and 815 p in
Departs at 5 15 a in and 12 in
Ronanza down Monday Wednesday and
Fridays at 0 p in Up Tuesday Thursday and
Saturday at p in
City of Poutsmouth down Tuesday Thurs
day and Satin day at 11 a m Up Monday
Wednesday and Friday tit 10 p m
CITY GOVKKNMKNT
The Hoard ot Council meets the first Thurs
day evening in eacli month
Mayor Horace January
Council
President L Ed Pearco
First Ward Fred Reudel E L L Ed
Second Ward Dr G W Martin Thomas J
Chenoweth M C Hutehins
Third Ward Matt Pearce Richard Dawson
David Heehinger
Fourth Waul Dr J P Phister R A Wal
llngford John W Alexander
Fifth Ward Wm R Mathews James Hall
Edward Myall
Treasurer and Collector E E Pearce
Clerk Harry Taylor
Marshal E W Fitzgerald
Deputies i Charles McAuliil
Wm rjawson
Wharfmaster Robert Flcklin
Wood and Coal InspectorPeter Parker
Market master M T Cockerlll
City Physleian Dr J T Strode
Keei or of Alms House Mrs S Mills
eca week in your own town Terms and a
Ovioutrtt fre AdJress H HAtiiETr 6t Co
Portland Me SH ly
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