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Regular February Terra Repots of Settle-
entp flJfflMWfe ftpfcajc.,.
The regular Epbtqaty. tprm of tho,
Mason County Coutf; was lpjd RJonjlay,
Jhjge HuMiina presiding.
io following roRprla'qf HcWSPt
were ordered recorded :
' j. W. aianj?rjr, guajdan of .Mary ,IJ. W !
dlp.C. January. ' ' ' '
"' Eallje ipppr.KarIan 0 Sarnu,q Hppfljr. and
John .R,. ttopner. ' ' "
John W. Osborne, administrator of Martha
viL."jy. Wllllanig, administrator of Y. W. fjissou.
"William Ulckcr. Ruardtan of Saillo Hlckey.
f. R. Robcrtsotf, guardla'n'of Llz'zid and Joseph
Jl, y. Rlggcn, assjgnco of A. Pardncr.
C. i. Sallqe, assignee of Mrs. W. L. Davidson.
Lewis Jefferson has resign as guar
dian of H. D. Clary, and Mrs. Nannje
B. Cla,ry has been appointed if1 n0 stead,
with A. M. J,. Cpcjiran aa purpty.
The following reports of settlements
were filed and cqntimiqd till March term
for exceptions :
John Dulcy, trustee of tho Maysvlllo Shoo
iV.lt. Zech, trustee of Wllhelmna Gunn.
Thomas Gantley, guardian of Mary Ryan.
Stephen Frogge, guardian of Paris Frogge.
Lewis Jefferson, administrator pt Mallnda
Kcnnard. ' '
John W. Bramcl, pxcqutir of Johp Bramcl.
Same, gqardtap of Anna D. Brampl."
A. M. Brooking, administrator of. John Tucker.
John W. Alexander, administrator of Harriet'
Same, guardlau of Annie 8. Villlamson and
Curtfs Ni Williamson.
An inventory of the trust estato qf
James and Liddio McDaniel wan filed.
Also a report of housekeepers of property
exempt by law. The inventory amounted
to abtqif $4,6Q0.
The will of the late H. P. Wilson was
admitted to record. To his brother D. G.
Wilson be bequeathed a note of $220 he
held against him, to his wife he be
queathed his undivided half I of all the
property ho owned in (hp firm of Wiaqn
Eros., consisting of house and lot at
Orangeburg, storo room, stock, accounts,
&c, to be hers as long as she remains a
widow. On her death or marriage, the
property goes to their son i living ; if not
then equally to deceased's brother and
Bisters, L. M. Opllis aud D. G. Wilson
were named oxqen,tor8, and tho latter
a? flamed as guardian of dec.eASfld'8
The last) .w.ill pf the late T. M. Pearce
with codicil was admitted to record. He,
left $1,000 to 0. Pqqlpy to bo paid to him
at the age of twenty-five years. The bulk
of the rest of the estato he bequeathed to
his brothers, Charles B. Pearce, Jr., and,
Elhelbert L. Pearce, and named them
his executors. They qualified without
bond, as requested in tho will.
WEDDED AT LITTLE jtQCK.
A Daughter of Dr. Dwjght . Neal, Form-
- crly of This City, Married
"This week has witnessed the happy
marriage of Mr. Douglas T. Miles and
Miss Elizabeth V. Neal, daughter of Dr.
D. B. Neal. Tho young couplo have a
host of friends who wish them bon voyage
on the matrimonial sea."
Tho above item is taken from Inst
week's issue of u paper published at
Little Rock, Ark. Dr. Neal, father of
the bride, is a nephew of Mr. Thomas
Neal, of West Third street, being tho
oldest son of the lato Walter, E. Neal.
The bride is a granddaughter of Mrs.
Elizabeth Boughnor, pf Walnut streqt,
Box Opening and Musical.
The ladies of the Christian Church will
have an opening of their geH-denial boxes
this evening at 7 o'clock at the church.
Every member of the chur,ch is qrged
to be present. Thoqe haying boxes will
please bring or send thpra, witjiput fail.
The public cordially invited. Good
Attention, Cpmradcs G. A. It.
The regular meetings, of Joseph Hisor
Post are changed from tho first and third
Saturday to tho first Tuesday in tho
month, one meeting in tho month.
Und hoalthfulnesH. Assures tho food
, against alum aud all forms of adultcra
9r ntlon common to tho cheap brands.
l.OYAt DAKISO rOWOEH CO., NEW YOBK,
Eina n?virapce. J. .0. Eyqrqtjt.
Accident ina. lickow. w R- Waaler.
Sluct dqss.er.t peaqhes, ip epptf sGal
noun's. If nepding any thing in the drug line
qa.ll on Henry W. Ray, drnggist.
atpne nistiUery, bpgitmipg Fqbrmry 8th.
In China, it is said, that to salute a per
son by takjpg qfftopt is cpnsidere an
DepuTy Su;kbiff Jamw RqnpitsoN, w.ho
has bppn il a,ey,oral wpeks is npw qblqto
go about his home.
A mo revival of industry among the
iron working establjsnm.ent? in tho Alon
oqgabela valley is reported.
Tub C. and O. has a force of, hands en
gaged in making a ill for tho coal bin
siding east of. Limestone creek.
Bhowaltkr, Kentucky's chess cham
pion, and H. N. Pillsbury, of Brooklyn,
have sigpfld firiqlcj for a contest.
Now it is Lieut. Gov. Worthington who
is tipped as tho man to be appointed
United States Senator by Gov. Bradley.
Mn. and Mas. IJoush have moved into
Mr. Andrew Hpnter's residence on Forest
avenue, lately vacated by Mr. L. P. Fronk.
Frank Nichols, aged twenty-three,
and Mrs. Rosa Browning, aged thirty,
both of this city, were married Monday.
The "South Before tho War" Com
pany played to a good audience last
night and gave an enjoyable entertain
ment. Tub westbound C. and O. passenger
train Sunday evening blew out a cylinder
head at Oneonta and reached Cincinnati
one hour late.
Mas. Patrick Breen, of East Second
street, who has been confined to her room
for severul weeks past, was able to be
Mrs. E. 0. Rogers, of East Third street,
was called Sunday to the bedside of her
sister, Mrs. Laura E. .Cole, of Hanchester,
who is quito ill.
Hon. Sam Kerchival, of Rockport,
Ind., will bo the next United States Mar
shal for that State. He is related to a
number of families in the, county.
Rev. C. P. Wiluaxison, who was re
ported paralyzed at Atlanta, has passed
the danger line and is on the road to re
covery, according to last accounts.
John Short, Sr., and wife have con
veyed a house and lot on the Fleming
piko to their daughter, Anra Short.
Consideration, $1, love and affection.
The Roentgen rays have a new sphere
of usefulness. By thoir aid chalk can be
detected in flour, brickdust in cayenne
pepper, sand in spices and many .other
t Lewis Thompson, a well-known and re
spected man of Robertson County, died
suddenly Saturday. Ho was a nephew of
ex-Representative p., II. B. Thompson,
and a merchant and land owner.
Mrs. William I. Fee, the aged wife of
the Methodist evangelist, Rev. William
I. Fee, dropped dead at 7:30 o'clock Sun
day night while exhorting the congrega
tion in the Methodist Church at Felicity,
"The February born will find sincerity
and peace of mind, freedom from passion
and from care, if thpy tho pearl will
wear." If yon want anything in .the line
of precious gems, call qn Ballenger, tho
There never was a house jn Maysviljo
whoso work gave as much satisfaction as
P. J. Murphy's., .watchmaker and jeweler.
When your watch needs repairing, tako
it to him. No fancy prices charged. All
Some Maysvillo people hold stock in
one of tho Knoxvillo building associations
that went into tho hands ot a receiver a
few days ago. Ono party has $1,000 and
another $500 it is said. Better invest
your money at homo.
Mr. O. L. Sallee, assignee, sold tho
buildings of tho Gormantpwn Fair Com
pany Saturday afternoon, to D.A. French
for $291. As will bo seen in our Ger
mantown correspondence a now company
will bp organized with a capital stock of
Hoarseness leads to serious irritation
pf the throat and may oud in a racking,
rasping cough. From this condition it is
but a stop to serious lung trouble. Dr.
Bell's Pino Tar Honey will quickly clear
the throat and loayo tho vojco clear and
smooth. It is nn infallible remedy for
all disorders of tho throat and lunge. Get
a bottlo today.
MARGARET REID KACKLEY.
Tie Sweet Singer Cpptin.nes t,p Charm tup
Europeans With Hiq Magic .qf
Miss Margaret field, of Indi'anapplis, is
pjee.tng excellent buqcsb o.Cijinqs tljie
winter, whorp she lijjs beeq prjjjgged to
sing thp chief soprano ro,lp,s, jn '''Faust,''
HMignon," "Romeo qt Juliatte," ",Taqn
haueer," 'fLohengrin,'.' "Mefis.tofelo" and
"Lo Pardon de Ploemel."
It will be recalled that Miss Reid made
her debut at the Metropolitan as Ophelie
in Thomus' ''Hamlet."' Subsequently
she entered light opera rank?, singing
with tho Bo8tonianH. After some years
devoted to study abroad, after leaving
that organization, Miss Reid came out
last summer at Covept Garden, where
sho won recognition.
She has been re-engage.d by Mr. Grau
for the London opera next summer, and,
it is said, will likely return with that
manager's forces to America for the suc
Lo Littoral says of Miss Marguerite:
"When thisyoupg girl first opened her
lips, so pure and melodious was her voice
that it seemed like a musical cascade of
notes, each of which was a fine pearl.
The effect upon the audiunno was in
stantaneous, and every heart went out to
her already beating ip unison wiih hers
and ready to share With her j iva and her
CHICKEN FIGHTEHS IXTR0UULB.
(Iliio pillccrx aided the (Jung Last Night,
und They Scattered in All
"We told you so."
Tho Bulletin said a month or so ago
that tho chicken fighter?, if they per
sisted in their unlawful business, would
find themselves in trouble some night.
They didn't head the warning, and last
night there was "a heap ob trouble in
de land," and especially on the Aberdeen
The "ring leaders" in tho business had
sent out invitations for a big main, on
the wharfboat named, but Captain Ed
gington of tho M. P. Vella refused to tow
tho fioating cock-pit to the fceuo of the
proposed fight. They then tried tp in
duce Captain Phister of the ferryboat to
tako the "cock-pit" to the scone, bpt he
too refused to do so.
The "sports" determined to have a
fight anyhow, a number of them p.ecured
skiffs and crossed over to tho wharfboat
moored just below the lower landing at
Tho Abprdeen officers, who have de
termined to put a stop to tho business, if
possible, summoned a posse, and raided
the boat as tho second fight was in pro
gress. And then such a scatteration. It is
said the sports fled in all directions ;
some jumped into the skiffs und pulled
for tho Kentucky shore, but the more
upfortunato jumped oft" into tho icy water
and swam or wade,d ashore.
It is said the object of the officers was
more to break up the main, thin to cap
ture any of tho eports.
Kibbel, the owner of the wharfboat,
and a young man named Lyons were the
only ones placed under arrest.
Tho next time a main is given it will
hardly occur on "the floating cockpit."
THE IIOG ORDINANCE.
Judge Harbesou Decides a Person May i'en
Porkers in City Provided Tljcy
Don't Become u Nuisqn'ce.
Some time ago, Mr. William Hughes,
of the Sixth ward, was fined in tho Po
lice Court for a violation of tho hog ordi
nance. His attorneys, Judge Colo & Son, set
up the plea that a resident of the city
had a right to keep hogs in pons on his
premises, provided he did not allow tho
pens to become filthy and a nuisance to
tho neighborhood, and that, thorefore,
the ordinance was no good.
The case was appealed to tho Circuit
Court and was tried a few days ago.
Judgo Harbeson decided that the plea
set up by Judge Colo & Son was a good
one, in other words that a person could
keep hogs in pens in this city provided
they did not become a nuisance.
Tho warrant was dismissed and Hughes
Send your addresses to II. E. Bucklcn
& Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box
of Dr. King's Now Life Pills. A trial will
convince you of their merits. These
pills aro easy in action and aro particu
larly effective in tho euro of Constipation
and Sick Headache. For Malaria and
Liver troubles they have been proved in
valuable. They aro guaranteed to bo
porfectly free from every doleterious sub
Btanco and to bo purely vegetable. Thoy
do not weaken by thoir action, but by
giving tone to smoinach and bowels
greatly invigorate tho system. Regular
size 25c. por box. Sold by J. J. Wood,
Fire insurance. W. W. Baldwin & Co.
Bonanza down to-night and Sherley up.
Tho marks hero Bhowed 39.4-10 feet
this morning and still rising.
Tho Courier reeumed her trips in tho
Cincinnati-Maysville trade this morning.
Some coal left Pittsburg Sunday. Xhp.
shipments will reach nearly 10,000,000
bushels on, the rise.
Mr. George R. Gll is preparing an
article on the necessity of building an ice
harbor at this point.
The Vesper, .owned by Captain M.
Brown, was cut down by tho ice Sunday
at Gallipolis, and the Carrie Brown had
two holes stove in her hull. The Vesper
was insured for $5,000.
The Crpwn ill floated off the cradles
at Fulton Saturday fully repaired. She
will be towed to Portsmouth at once,
where she will receive a battery of new
boilers, the present ones having served
her sixteen years.
Enquirer: "Lee Andrews, chief en
gineer of the Courier, is and has certa nly
been an unfortunate and afflicted man
in every sense of the word for the last
year. He had a fine, well-stocked general
store at Rural, which was burned, prov
ing a total loss. Following this was the
death of two sons-in-law, Messrs. Kinney
and Brown, bo.th industrious and prom
ising young men, who had been married
but a couple of yeurs, both being victims
of the dread disease consumption. They
both died within a short time of each
other. The nextdisaster was the sinking
of the Couiier, in wliich he was endan
gered and exposed to much hardship in
the raising and repairing of tho same,
having to work in the wet engine room.
To crown all his sorrowing trials the two
children of his daughters, Mrs. Kinney
and Mrs. Brown, were buried in the old
family graveyard on the hill on the Ohio
side, opposite Kenova, last Sunday. The
train on tho G. and O. took tho little
body of one of the granddaughters, ac
companied by the mother and grand
parents. Strangest of all, when tho
train halted at Russell, opposite Ironton,
tho other daughter, with the body of the
other grandchild, going to the same bury
ing place, came aboar I tho train, and tho
two little coiling were laid side by Bide."
Qflnterest to Teachers.
Information directly from tho State
Treasurer remjers it nrcessary to give
notice that thp fund for the payment of
teachers due ou the 13th can not bo sup
plied at present. Payment will be made
from county tund March 6th.
G. W. Blatterman, Supt.
David Girson, one of Cincinnati's old
and wealthy citizens, died Sunday. His
wife, who survives, is a sister of tho lato
J. W. Cheepmun of Aberdeen.
s & IF. DB- 2S -
KENTUCKY BOY'S HONORS.
Joseph Wopd Evans, of This City, Elected
' I'r.eiden't of Indiana Dratqrical
Joseph Wood Evans is a Kentucky
boy who has distinguished himself in an
Indiana college. lie is a junior in Han
over College, and stands high in his
class. It is in oratory that ho excels.
Ho went to Indianapolis recently as a
delegate from his college to the State
Oratorical Association, and was elected
President of that association, which is
an honor seldom paid to one so young.
Prior to ids election as President lip en
gaged successfully in several oratorical
contests and was an Executive Commit
teeman for two years.
Ho has also taken an active interest in
Greek letter fraternity matters, and is a
member of Phi Delta Theta. His fra
ternity brothers thought so highly of
him that thoy sent him as their repre
sentative to two national conventions, at
Indianapolis in 1891, and at Philadel
phia in 1$95. Ho has also been delegato
to a number of State and provinco con
ventions. Sir. Evans is tho son of tho Rev. Mr.
Evane, who is now in charge of tho
Second Presbyterian Church in Paducah,
and who was for many years at tho head
of tho ovangelical work of the Presby
terian Church, South, in Kentucky.
Ho was horn in Maysvillo, Ky., in Octo
ber, 1870, and is not yottwenty-ono years
MONDAY, FEB. 8th.
Note the Prices
Ladies' Muslin Drawers, neatly made and
trimmed, at 25 and 35c.
Umbrella Drawers at 50 and 75c.
Chemise at 25, 35 and 45c.
A full width Shirt at 42 and 50c.
Handsomely trimmed Skirts, extra width,
at 65c, 75c, 85c and $1.
A perfect-fitting Corset Cover made of
Berkley Cambric at 20, 25 and 35c.
A Night Gown made of the best muslin,
neatly trimmed, for 50c.
A beautiful line of Empire Gowns, ele
gantly trimmed, at 75c, 85c and $1.
FAIL TO SEE THEM.
THEY CAN NOT
Vici Kid Goodyear Welt, button
and polish, new style lasts, $2.50,
worth $3.00. et
3srsoisr dc CO.
B ALS and
WANTD Asmnll class in liook-bceplnR. Will
uso tho celebrated Kills Tablet System.
"Learning by dolnt;." W. D. 11IXSON. Utf
FOU SALE The Herbert Wilson Homestead,
about oue hundred acres, In Wilson llottom,
Lvls County. Terras easy. Apply to H. WIL
SON, SK., on premises, orfcalleoiV; Sallee, Mays
FOIt SALE A Rood t-econd-liand batiKlng lamp,
In good order and will be sold cheap. Apply
at this office. 30-dtf
t?OH HALE A
cnod fresh milch cow: extra
Sho can be seen at Newman's stable
next Monday. Apply at this office or address V.
L. MOHAN. Oraimobunr. a-rtiit
FOU SALE A good fresh milch tow.
iOHSALE Houso and four lots at a bar(talu.
T Easy terms. Apply to FRANK DEV1NB,
Delinquent City Tajces.
The delinquent tax list of tho city is
now in my hands for collection. Tbo30
indebted aro kindly requested to call and
settle, and avoid additional cost or salo
of property. D. P. Oar,
Chief of Police.