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tThe Editor of Tiib Ledeeii H net responsl respensl responsl
bie for the opinions opresMd by Correspond
ents; but nothing reflecting upon thochnrac thechnrac thochnrac
ter or hnblts of any person will be admitted
te thcse columns.!
OL'll AUKNTS.
Tli following ure authorized Agents for
Tub Puumc Lkixiku In their respective local lecal
ities: Meranbuiv Mutt hew Heffman.
litleiui Rebert It. Cord.
.Jflnerru Frank W. Hawcs.
Sanlfe-lt. G. Grlusby.
Oranochure C. It. Re.
Svrtnvtialc C. C. Ouinnnn.
MlVlitk Charles Wheeler.
Yanceburg Mrs. Jennie Stewart.
JIM. Carmel Kelly & Foxworthy.
Augusta Lcander 'I'ully.
Petti Jeseph XV. Williams.
Subscribers will save the trouble of letter
writing by paying their subscriptions te the
Agent at their pluce.
VCerruiniltnU will please send Letter m
as te reach us net later than U o'clock a. tn. Glre
acts tn us few words as tmssihle. We trout
neics in this flrjxirtment, ami net advertising
notices or political argument.
eiiASOEiiuna.
S. P. Deatly, ene of our best citizens,
Is very low with pneumonia.
M. B. Tellc was iu Maysville Monday
en business.
Miss llellidivy of Kansas is visiting her
cousin, Jehn W. Ilelliday
Sylvester Huark was lined $20 Saturday
for permitting his stock te run at large.
Dr. 1. E Pickett of Maysville was here
Monday te consult with Dr. llerd en the
case of S. P. Dcntly.
tTAMUXUTOX.
Fanners are as busy as bees in this
section, planting com. Nevertheless they
were nil glad te sec the rain that fell en
Monday. It will greatly benefit the eat
crop aud meadows.
Seme of the inhabitants of our little
' village are mourning the less of their pet
mi., ii i .!. . (
canines, mu grim uesiruyer gei iu
his work Sunday night and as a consc censc
, querice several very dead dogs were found
en the streets Monday morning.
J. L. Browning of Maysville had a very
narrow escape from a serious accident en
the Murphysvllle reud Sunday morning,
caused by the breaking of the front axle
of his huggy, but fortunately he get oil
with only a few bruises and a badly
wrecked vehicle.
The hop given at the academy Friday
evening was quite a success, socially as
well as financially. Some of our old
bachelors discovered, rather late in the
evening, that they could execute as many
"pigeon wings" and bow as gracefully
as any of the younger generation.
C. J. Hunter and his bride have returned
from their bridal trip te Washington, D.
t C, and ether points of interest. Mr.
'Hunter is one of Masen's substantial
farmers, and his bride one of her loveliest
daughters. We predict for them n happy
and prosperous future.
The F. L. T. fishing club will give its
annual fish fry and picnic seen. This
club derives its uume from its founder.
It is an annual affair nnd these who
were se fortunate as te attend the first
., one given three years age, still cherish
i recollections of a very pleasant event and
a delightful day.
AI-7J.VOW.IEK.
William Garrett is en the sick list and
'is being waited en by Dr. Dimmitt.
Scott Fletcher received from Cincinnati
Thursday morning a fine let of fat cows.
The Coen Hellew Baseball Club de
feated the Orangeburg's Monday by a
score of GO te 8.
UTtnn l!...n T...l'.x ti v-tal.t. irfin. mint
Jl. JUI03 tUMU 11UU1UUI9 imuusiiei UUlll
,vJH.rs. earn jxert ei near uettageviiie,
F .Lewis county, this week.
' Rebert Heek, who recently became
ene of us, is improving his premises by
p adding necessary outbuildings.
. The little daughter of Mr. aud Mrs.
Jehn 8artain, while nt supper Sunday,
unset a net of tea. severely scaldinc her-
-, . . . w
h self nnd mother.
Mis. Thompson Hendersen of Poplar
t'JTlat passed through our town Monday,
Abound for the Queen City te lay In a
' supply of Millinery.
TAlaa Viela Mcf!ann of Penlar Flat
U ,: .L","u ". J m.
.4,wh cHtung ua lriuuua uuiu iuuuuuy . euu
yWM se unfortunate as te be caught out
'1b (he terrible rain of that day and get
ft, fires cfa ed.
Comrade, Ituggles was be unfortunate
" as te have a valuable net stolen from the
V river en Bunuav nlKut last, un account
ff the runeut of the creek en Monday
Um catch of fish was small.
The forest fires across the river In
iiUMts county, Ohie, some three miles
AtHt, ob Suaday nigkt, were a most
lUfHl sight, m viewed lre tBts iaee,
SiliD
V-e cfeinr
We have been uuable te get an cstlmate
of the damage done, hut it must have
been considerable.
The most of our te.vn. with a conside
rable number of persons from this and
ndjelnlng counties, were in Maysville
Monday attending court, the special
attraction being the trial of the suit of
the County of Masen vs. the Cabin Creek
and Sprlngdaln Turnpike Ilead Company,
te recover ceituin inoney alleged te have
been overpaid for original construction.
MILLWOOD.
Rev. Martin Luther closed his school
nt Helena Friday.
Miss Dera Goodwin of Heleua was the
guest of Mrs. llebert Cord several days.
Miss Sadie Clay, living near Mayslick,
was the guest of Miss Dee Rice Satui day.
Mrs. Annie Eckman nnd children of
Mt. Camel visited lelatives here Sunday.
Hev. McClellan pi cached at the Oak Oak
weeds Scheel-house last Sunday after
noon. Miss Lena Alexander of Lewlsburg was
the pleasant guest of Miss Dee Rice the
past week.
Miss Hattie fiord of this place is new
visiting the family of Jehn T. Willett in
Shelhyville.
The prospects for n large wheat crop
are encouraging; and, by-the-way, R. B.
Cord is headquarters for twine.
Steven H. Harrison, the hustling mer
chant of Helena, is able te be en the streets
again. It's hard te down cheap Steve.
The congregation at the Christain
Church Sunday were treated with two
excellent sermons by Rev. McLellan,
the pastor.
Remember that R. B. and E. E. Cord
are headquarters for paints of all kinds,
wall paper, twine and everything kept in
a first-class store.
All in aireais for Tub Lkdekii for your
monthly subscription, please pay R. B.
Cord, Agent, as he has te settle at the end
of eacli month with The Ledger Cem
pany. Your month will be out the 15th
or 16th.
Don't forget the elocutionary recital
next Saturday night by Mrs. A. D. Reid,
te he given in the Millcreek Christian
Church. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
Tickets for sale by Mrs. Rebert Cord,
Mrs. Harry Glascock and C. G. Degman.
All the young people are read te vote
Dan Writt the most entertaining host of
this locality. Last Saturday evening a
number of young people, by invitation of
Mr. Dan. met at the beautiful pond en
his premises and spent a very enjoyable
time fishing and beating. Promptly at C
o'clock Mrs. Writt invited the merry fish
ermen te an elegant supper, which estab
lished her reputation as an excellent
hostess. After an enjoyable social all re
turned home voting it the happiest event
of the season. These present were Misses
Lyde Herd, Dee Rice, Lena Alexander,
Hattie Herd, Sadie Clay and Julia Myall,
and Messrs. C. G. Degman, Luclan Geed
man, Geerge Dobyns, Scott Clay, and
Rev. McLellan. Miss Lyde Herd caught
the largest number of fish, hut Misse3
Clay nnd Rice caught the largest size, 1G0
pounds.
(Iratiil Excursion (Iter the C. and 0. Hallway.
Frem Cincinnati te Ashland Sunday,
May 8th. A delightful ride along the
beautiful Ohie River. An opportunity
te visit the Great Iren Furnaces and Park
at Ashland. Train will leave Maysville
at 10 a. in. Round trip $1.00. First
class accommodations nnd perfect order
guaranteed.
List of "Advertised" Letters.
Belew is n list of letters remaining un
called for at the Maysville Postefllce for
the week ending May 3d, 1892:
Ilell. Edirnr Malels, Jim
Merry, Manda I'attie, Hattle
Ilerry, Amraer Qulnsenberry, Mrs. J.
Ilrlerly, Themas King, Put
Ilarncs, Mrs. ilettle Smith, Mrs. Laura Ii.
Itlrdish, Mrs. Kate Snyder, Jehn (cel)
llrewn, Moses Stewart, James
Hrlttcn, Annle Shelten, Jehn
Breem. Lcrey Skinner, Mellssu (2)
Clark, Katie Sellers, G . W.
Celmcs, Klchard (cel) Thompson. Pbcnla
Chambers, Mrs. Hattle Tucker, Perry
Durrell, H. C. Washlnjtten, Annle
Krans, Mrs. Anna (2) Wllilams, Themas
Fearis, Jehn XV. Whlteman, Charles
Green, ilenjamln (cel) Whltmore, A. K.
Guliroyle, Martin Itusscll, Dr. C. M.
Hewell, Mrs. Katie Itoulett, P. I).
Jenes, A. IS. Itohlnsen, Mrs. Ed.
Kidder, Mrs. Dollle Yeung, William B.
Moero, Ncllle
E3yOne cent due en each of abeve.
Persons calling for these letters will
please say that they are advertised.
T110MA8 A. Davis,
Postmaster.
Hygiene In Kgypt.
It Is taken for granted that the idea
of boiling water before- using it as a
bovcrage is of relatively recent date. A
manuscript, however, lias just been dis
covered In the khedlve'a librury at Caire
which corrects the false impression.
This manuscript treats of hygiene In
Egypt nnd is the work of a celebrated
Arabian physician, Ebn-Radeuan-cl-Maszy.
It bears the date of the year
400 of the hegira (1008.) In this manu
script it la said "that the best method
of setting water free from principles in
jurious te health, consists in first submit
ting it te the action of heat, by boiling
It, then exposing it te the coolness of
nlghtalr, decantingit,bolllngitasecend
time, clarifying it by mingling chalk
with it, and finally filtering it through
a porous jar exposed te the night air."
Water wliiefe lias eee thus treated, says
the XgyjrtiM phynWan, U ready for
uraiuuMr.i
?.
Greitlj Kedstet Kafei.
On account of the Forty-fifth Annual
Conclave of the Knights Templar of Ken
tucky at Covington en May 8d, 4th and
5th, the 0. nnd O. Hallway will sell round
trip tickets from Maysville te Covington
at $1 75. Tickets en stile May 2d, 3d, 4th
aud Gth, geed returning until May 7th.
On account of the Cincinnati Musical
Festival, May 24th te 28th inclusive, the 0.
and O. Railway will sell ticket from
Maysville te Cincinnati nt ene fare
($1 75) for the round trip, with $1
added for admission te the Musical Festi
val. The Railway Company have a large
number of choice reserved seats which
cau be secured by making application nt
the Mnysville Ticket Office. The general
admission coupon will be exchanged upon
application In Cincinnati, and a ticket
with reserved scat will be furnished for
the difference in price.
Frem Maysville te Chicago via C.
and O. Railway, only $7 23. Equally
as low rates te intermediate and points
beyond. W. W. Wikekk,
Ticket Agent.
The Purity Pharmacy has reorganized
aud Dr. W. S. Yazell has been admitted,
which place will be his permanent head
quarters. Newest iu Wall Paper nt Greenwood's.
PunE Cider Vinegar at G. W Geisel's.
Lang den's Roception Flakes and Lunch
Milk Crackers. G. W. Geisel's.
The People's Building Association will
declare a dividend of a dollar per share
May 7th, 1892. Take stock for an invest
ments. BEOWNIM
SPECIAL OFFERING IX HOYS' SHIRT WAISTS.
25 dozen L'nlaundried Waists, sizes 6 te 14 years, 25 cents.
25 dozen asserted styles in Percale aud Cheviot,
worth 75, at 50 cents, sizes 0' te 14 years.
TT? YHTT 1MT?T?TI MlacK Hosiery for Ladies, Misses anil Children
IJj 1 U U 1 JJ Jill for SumincPf try a vav of em. celebrated Ethi
opian I)ye. They are absolutely fast and stainless. A trial will convince you
of this fact.
- Ne. 51 WEST SECOND STREET.
Maysville Carriage Company,
Manukactuiiehs and Deai.khs in
A FINE LINE OP CARRIAGE WORK.
Alse Agents von the
Deeriiiff Harvesting Machinery.
Adjeining: Opera-house, MAYSVILLE, KY,
seasonable)?,! GOODS,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS,
Ami HOUSEKEEPING GOODS GENERALLY ALWAYS ON HAND
AND FOR SALK 11Y
2Z?C
Landretk's Reliable Garden Seed
WHOLESALE AND 11ETAIL, FOIt SALE BV
THOS. J. OHENOWETH.
DUUOOIST, SECOND
McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
-DEALERS IN-
MANTELS,
Tinware, Tin Hoefing,
JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS Executed In the
gBjTveggi---.--,PATNT STORE!
Latest in WALL PAPER. Largest Quantity, Lewest Prices.
CAN SPIT ANYBODY. FAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. ZWEIGART BLOCK.
L. C. BLATTERUAN.
OLDEST HOUSE IN THE CITY.
BLATTERMAN & POWER,
anr.n agents Fnn
MILLER'S MONITOR RANGES,
Awn DEALERS IN
MANGELS, STOVES, GRATES, ICE OREAJlI FREEZERS,
Itofrlgeraten, Washing MachlnM, Wrlnrcra rp.i1 Kltehen Specialties. We will net
be umlwtekl. All goads (runranteed as represented. Tin Hoeting, Gutte-rlmr and
vnviAi cue i'Mw
28 arid 80 W. Second Str
m , t ' r . ..i-t$r l. j
8rUMO Hats ifeWen's.
SuntTS uiade te erdci Kelsen.
Fiue and Accident Ins. W. R Warder.
Cheapest Wall Pepor nt Greenwood's.
Feuhteen K sold Geld Ladles' Watches
$14; Geld filled Watches at ?15; Gent's
Geld filled Watches $15 nnd $18. nt Mur
phy's, the Jeweler, successor te Hepper
!c Murphy.
The loom formerly occupied by W. L.
Themas & Bre In Mitchell, Finch & Ce.'s
Bank building, is being remodeled
throughout nnd when completed will be
occupied by Ballenger, Jeweler.
These wishing fresh nnd rclinble Gar
den and Flower Seed, Plants and Grape
vines, should cnll en H. II. Cox & Sen,
Seuth side Second street. two doers from
Sutten, the largest dealers in bulk seed
In Maysville.
The first steamboat excursion of the
season will go from Maysville te Cincin
nati Sunday, May 8th, en the St. Lawrence.
Tickets $1 for round trip. Haucke's
Reed and Brass Baud will accompany it.
Geed elder will be maintained.
A Family Biiile, a nice Picture, a
beautiful haud-painted Placque, Gless
Picture Frame or Gless Panel, n handsome
Manicure Set, a Piane Lamp or solid
Brass Stand, are all nice bridal presents,
all of which can be had nt Kackley &
McDeuglc's.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
FOIl SHERIFF.
We are authorized te announce J. C. JKF
FEltSON as the Domecratlo candidate for
Sheriff of Masen county at the election te be
held Tuesday. November 8th ISftJ.
& CO.
-BROWNING & CO.,
and STAPLE
e-x" m &czJ.
AND SUTTON.
GRATES,
Guttering and Spouting.
best manner.
W. F. FOWED,
HAYSVIHE, KY.
Allen A. Edmonds,
10
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r"BU: LES3X3 BUILIDtf,
HA7S7ILLE, ST.
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
ANYTHING
THAT CAN BE
PRINTED
WITH TYPE.
LIMESTONE EAEM,
MAYSVILLE, KY.
Mere Speed, Better Individuals and Breeding,
for Less Meney, thnn any Farm.
BARNEY WILKES,
Sire of seven from 2:1'JH te 2:30,
by Goe.Wllkcs,2:23,8lroof eighty In
-MiOj dam lle. by Hecee, son of
Pilet, Jr. TERMS, $50 cash at
tlme of service. with return privi
lege, or t'i te Insure
ALC ANDRE, 2:26.
Uy Alcyene, Si-T. slre of twenty
II ve lit 2:30; dam lady Carr, dam of
Ambassador, 2:214, Mary 8.. 2:28,
by American Clay. TERMS, $50 te
Insure.
McALISTER, 2:27.
Uy Eifbert. slre of lUty-twe In 2:30;
dam Laura, dam of Evg lint (three-year-old)
1:324. Knight Templar.
2:32. by Illllr Adams, son of Almein.
TERMS, S25 te insure.
DR. OWENS.
Ry Alcantara, 2:23, sire of fifty In
2:30, tlrst dam by Sir Walklll, sec
ond dam by Kentucky Prlnce.
TERMS, 10 ash by season, or 15
te Insure.
taSend for Catnlegue.
JAS. W. FITZGERALD,
MAYSVILLE, KY.
aprt em8w
PURE DBUGS,
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
Soaps, Perf u merles. Sponges, Chamois, Pocket
Iloeks.Tollot Arttcles.llruslics.tiplccs, Station
ery, Pulnts for all purposes, &c.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY DISPENSED
AT ALL HOUn.
Patrenage of the public respectfully solicited.
J. JAME8 WOOD,
DRUGGIST,
Ne. 1 W. Second St., Maysville, Ky.
smm mm stoke
A First-class Line of
Everything Usually
Found in a Drug Stere.
POWER & REYNOLDS.
RAILROAD SCHEDULE.
nrBute
Add twcnty-elr minutes te get city tlme.
Nes. 10 and 20 are the Mnysville accommoda
tion, and Nes. IT nnd JH the Huntington accom
modation. Nes. 1 nnd 2 are the fast express
and Nes.n nnd 4 the F. F. V.
Ne. 4 (F. V. V.) Is a solid trnln with through
dining car and Pullman sleepers te Washing
ton, llnltlmeru, Philadelphia and New Yerk.
Through Pullman sleeper te Richmond, Vn.,
and Old Point Comfert. Ne. 2 Is a solid train
with Pullman Blooper te Washington, making
all Eastern and Southeastern connections.
The accommodation trains are dally except
Sunday; the rest nre dally.
Direct connection at Clnclnnntl for points
West and Seuth.
MAYHVItXE DIVISION KENTUCKY1 CKNTIIAI..
Southbound.
Leave Maysvllle nt 5:20 n. m. for Paris, Lox Lex
Ington, Cincinnati. Richmond, Stanford, Llv
ing&tnn, Jolllce, MIddlcsboreugh, Cumberland
Gup, Frankfort. Loulsvllle and points en N,
N. and M. V Eastern Division.
Leaves Maysvllle at 1:50 p. m. for Paris, Cin
cinnati. Lo.xlimten, Wlnoticster, Richmond
and points en N. N. nnd M. V., Eastern Divis
ion. l'otthbeund.
Arrlve at Maysvllle at 10.10 a. in. nnd 8:30
p. in.
All trains dally except Sunday.
Add twenty-six minutes te get elty tlme.
Cincinnati, Portsmouth, Big Sandy and
Pomeroy Packet Company.
The splendid beats of this line, running bo be bo
tween Cluelnuatl, Portsmouth, I ronten Hunt
ington, Onlllpelts and Pomorey, pass Mays Mays
vlleo as follews:
Pomorey Packets Hostena, Telegraph nnd
City of Madisen pass Maysvllle olther way nt
1 o'clock a. tn.
UeunniA up dally for Vanceburg nt 8 a. m.,
returning for Cluelnnatl, panes Maysvllle
dally, except Sunday, at p. ra.
Fer freight or passage apply tn
- O.M,Pni8TKlfMcKHit.
TOI! POINTING neatly and quickly executed
HI AIJVi-UUH limHfVTJOU jteew,
CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAVEAKK ANII OHIO
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4fu JrM 1 M-,s 4" " m
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ciTr erriCEits.
Mayer ..... ... ... B. B. Pearee, JrZ
Cltycierk Martin A. O'JIarel
Collector and Treasurer, ...11. A. CeetiraHJrS
Marshal ,. James Hefllal
Assesser ,. ... . A.N. fluff
Weed nnd Ceal Inspector William DavMji
Wlinrfnmntnr... C. M. Phlsterl
City Prosecutor ., ..J. N. Koheei
City Physician , Dr. C, O. Owens i
City Undertaker Q. A. Monuft&Senji
Keeper Almshouee Mrs. Sarah B. Sappl
niiv rnttvpir.
Meets Flist Thui ndau Evening in Each Menth?
William II. Cox, President.
MEMIIEKS.
Ftiit Ward.
(1) XV. 11. Cot,
(2)W. H.Wadswerth,Jr,
(3) Conard Rudy,
Second Ward.
(1) J. C. Pecer,
(2) M. F. Kehee,
(3) C. II. Pearce, Jr.
Third Ward.
(1) F.. W. Fltzgerald,
(2) II. H. Illerhewcr,
(3) L. C. Hatterman.
Fourth Ward.
(1) Thes. M. Weed,
(2) Kebort Flckllu,
(3) H. L. Ne well.
Fifth Ward.
(1) Gee. C. Flemlng,
(2) II. T. Haulman,
(3) J. I. Salisbury.
Sixth Ward.
(I) Goe. Schroedof,
(2PolkIMeks.
(3) Rufus Dryden.
t no ururcs im cate tne numoer ei yours -
nnph Pniinrllmnn lina tn anrvn from JanUarr. V
lblC. ' t i
MASONin I.ODOES.
Conndenco i)dge no. kj Meets nrst aien-.
. - . -. -- -... i?
CITY' SIKBOXOXY.
.11., HlMUl 111 VIIUU iu,ii,.i. ' ' V M
Masen Ledge Ne. 342 Meets second Mendayjifia
night In ench month. . .9K
.laysviue unapter rie. v juceib iniru ""
day night In each month. '
jiaysvinouemmaiHierywo.iu nesuwunui
Monday night In each mouth. J.
ODDFEI.I.OWS. ' -
DeKnlb Ledgo Ne. 12-Meets overy Tuesday jl
night. - ,
Itlnirirnlil T.oilire Nn. 27 Meets e verr WedllCS-
dill ,itfrli, J
llsttah Encampment Ne. 9 Meets second , j
anu leurtn Menuays in overy menin.
Cnnten Mnysville NO. 2 Meets tuira jsienuay a
nignt in encn mentn. ..
Frlendshln Ledgo Ne. 42, D. of It. Meets
drat Monday night tn each month.
KNioiiTSerrrTiiiAs. k
T.lmplnnnI.niiirnNe.3fl Meets evcrv Friday
nlrrht. '
Maysville Division Ne. 0, TJ. R.-Mcets flrst
Tuesday in every menin.
p. e. s. A,
Washington Camp Ne. 3 Meets every Thurs
day night. i
O. A. It. ,
Jeseph Helser Pest Ne. 13 Meets first nnd
M. C. Hutchlns Camp Ne. 2. 8. of V. Meets J
every Wednesday evening. f
tlilril SiiturilHVR in eaen meutu. m
woman s Hener werps aieeis secunu bhu
leuriu auiuruuya in uucu uiuuiii
k. or ii. )
Maysvllle Ledgo Ne. 2778. Meets first aud
third Tuesdays In each month.
llKNKVOt.ENT SOCIETIE8.
St. Patrick's llcnorelont Society Mect'k
every second sunnny.
Sodality of the 11V.M.-
-Meets every Sun- aA'
an v. .
Father Mathew Total Abstlnence 8oclety s
Meets tlrst Sunday In each month. vl
Ancient Order of Hibernians Meets third v
Sunday In each month. i
Knights of St. Jehn-Meets first Tuesday)
In neli month.
German Hellef Society Meets first Monday r
nlght lu each month.
COLOHED SOCIETIES.
Cashier Ledgo Ne. 24, F. L. M. Meets secenders
Wednesday night In each meirth. r. Jt SI
e. v. e. e. p.
Mavsvlile Star Ledgo Ne. 104S. Meets first '
nnd third Friday night In each month, - ',
Houieheld of Ruth Ne. 37. Meets second .
Thursday night In each mouth.
DAUOIITEK9 or THE TAUEKNACI.E.
Conge RIvorTnbernncleNo. 80. Meets first
Thursday In each mouth.
iiAuniiTEits or the oeon samakitan.
i:viin Ledgo Ne. 9. Meets tlrst Wednesday
night In each month.
v. n. r.
Geed Will Ledgo Ne. 40. Meets first Satur
day and third Wednesday night In each month.
Yeung's Totnple Ne. 44. Meets tlrst Monday
night lu each month.
n. a. u.
MeKlnnevnn Pest Ne. 1H. Mcet fourth Sat
urday night In ouch month.
Wemnn's Rollof Cerps Ne. 2S. Meets first
Tuesday In ench month.
COURT DIRECTORY.
CIllCUIT COUUT.
Hen. A. F.. Cele, Judge Maysvllle
J. H. Sallee, Commonwealth Att'y... Mnysville
Hen D. Parry, Clerk ,. ..Maysvllle
Allan D.Cele, Master Commissioner. Maysvllle
Courts Meet
Masen -At Maysvllle, Tuesday nfter the see see seo
end Monday In January, April, July and Octo
ber. Fleming At Flcmlngshurg, third Monday In
May nnd Nevember.
Greenup At Greenup, fourth Monday In
Februnry nnd August.
Lewls At Vnnceburg second Monday In
June nnd December.
Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday nfter third
Monday In September nnd fourth Monday In
March. ,
MASON COUNTY COUnT.
Meet Second Monday in Each Menth.
Thes. R.Phlstcr. Presiding JudKO....Mavsvl
Charles I). Newell, CouutyAtternoy.Maysvif
T. M. Poaree, Clerk Maysvil
jeiin v. Aiexiinuer, sneriu..., juaysvu
Sam P. Porlnef ue-iu,les1 Muvsvll
Rebert C. Kirk, Jailer Maysvl)
Jehn D Hee, Corener .Maysvli
jeiin u. r.verctt, Assessor Mnysvu
G. W. Illattcrmnii, Scheel Sup't Maysvil
IQunrteiiy Cemt meets Tuesday nfter' ti
second .tioneny in Jiareu, june, cepiemu
anil uecomecr, ana uas ciru jurisdiction
the amount of $2U0. ( I
MAO.STIIATES COURTS.
Maysvllle Ne. 1. Jehn L. Grant. Mairlstrn
holds ceuit the first Tuesday lu oaeh inent
Jacob Miller. Moirlstrate. holds court tl
leurth Tuesday In eaeh month. Wm. 11. Dav
son, Censtable.
Mnysville Ne. 2.-T. J. Tlckett, Maglstrati'
holds court the first Saturday In each mentl I
William Peppor, Maglstrate, holds court th'
fourth Saturduy In eaeh month, J. I). McNutl
Censtable.
Dever James Earnshaw nnd Frank Lun t
ford, Mairlttrates, held courts en the first an
third Wednesdays lu March, June, Septqmbc
and Dccomber. Jehn Runyon. Constnble.k wvi
Mlnervn O. N. Weaver nnd Jeseph M. UjJr,
Magistrates, held courts en the first and turd
Thursdays In March, June, Septomber and
December. William K. King, Coustable.
Gorinnntewn Loglle H.Mannen and Wm. L.
Woodward, Magistrates, held courts en the
first Friday and third Saturday tn March,
June, Soptembor and Deoqmber. William
Feul, Censtable.
Sardls J, M, Rail and James H. Qrlgsby.
Magistrates, held courts en the second nnd
fourth Saturdays in March, June. Beptomber
and December. A. J. Suit. Censtable.
Maysllek Charles XV. Williams mid J. D.
Raymond, Magistrates, held courts tin the sec
ond and fourth Fridays in March, June, Sep Sep Sop
eombor nnd Deccmbcr. James It. Hobcrsen,
Constable
Lewlsburg Isnae L. Mellvaln and Jeseph
M. Aloxander, Magistrates, held courts en, the
second and fourth Thursdays In March, June,
Septomber and Dccomber. S. M. Strode, Con
stable Orangeburg M. D. Farrew nnd Lewis M.
Cetlls, Maglstrntes, held courts en the first
Baturday and Inst Monday In March. June,
Soptembor nnd Dcoembor. W. II. Coryell,
Constable
Washington-Edward Ilelfrynnd Arthur F.
Weed. Mairlstrntes. held oeurls nn thn fourth
Tuesdaya and third Wednesdays In March,
June. Soptcmber and Dccomber. Geerge 0,
Geggln, Constable
turpn;
yayUlu Jehn
B. Welli nml W. W.'
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fourth Mondays nnd
iuuyiMrnies, nom courts en tae
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third ThuradAVii in Marali.
June, September and Deeeniber. H. T. But-
clllTe. Senstnble.
Fern I-eaf-Barauel E. Maatln and Powell B.
Owens, Magistrates, bold oeurts'ou the oed
mm luurui entuniayi in Maren, June epte
ber nndl)eceubern Charles Walllugferd, Ccm
stable. ,,
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