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tc V r r rm OMR.Ii DAILY jCvk. h. .n M- W V-iTUelnr " UaaWVaaaaaVV kjJr lThe Editor of Tub Lkdeeii Is net responsi ble) for the opinions ex pressed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon tlie charac ter or habits of any person will be admitted te these columns.! OUU AOENTS. The following are authorized Agents for Tub Pdiimc Lkdeku In their respective local lecal ities: ATemnfiHii; Matthew Heffman. . : Helena Uobert B. Cord. Minerva Frank W. llanes. Sanlts II. O. Grimliy. Oranifeiin C. It. liens. SprtnattaU C. C. rteirtnun. MavsUck Charles wl r heeler. V(inrbute Mrs. Jennle Stewart. fit. Carmel Kelly & Foxworthy. ' Augusta LcauderTully. Pfed-Jeseph v. Williams. Subscribers 'will save the trouble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place. WCorrwpemietiN trill ylcnte send Letter te as tertaeh us net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Oirt facts in at few icertlt at possible. We want tmjts in thit department, and net advertising notice or political arguments. , , J&XXKIVS ' CHEEK. Fires were, comfortable the last of the week. A Sunday-school was organized at Stewart's Chapel last Sabbath. , Isaac Cobb, Jr.., has moved with his 'family te the Fifth' Wyd, Maysville. ' Subscribe for The Pqnuc Ledoer. Its "news is always bright, fresh and crisp. Tsac Cobb, Sr., sold his crop of tobacco last week te James C. Owens for 7 cents all routed. Beb Williams and Johnnie Rice re- I turnci lust week from the waters of Red River, La., whero they have for several .months been engaged in the sawmill TiusTness. A negre tramp has been pilfering the neighborhood of poultry and household cffectsT He was taken Inte custody and Kiven a big scare en Sunday and took te his heels. If the rlghl move had been takeSJie would huvu been captured by ,be polfce. Should he molest this neigh borhood again he will get a dose of tar -and feathery or Ne. ? birdshet. FEAKIH. - The wheat crop has ceme out wonder fully and premises an average crop. Mrs. Emma Fry, daughter of T. M. 'Fry and wife c;f 8. T. Fry, is dangerously sick, If plants are plenty, mere than the average crop of tobacco will be put out in this neighborheodt ' iire. Mary Fry is suffering with a swelling of the limb joints. Twe of the medical profession failed te name the " complaint. Croxten Pest Ne. 0, G. A. R at its lest regular meetingi agreed te observe Memerial Day by committees, Instead of a public service. A special meeting of Pest Ne. 9 will be held at Union Schoelhousc, above Cot Cet tageville, May 21st, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the benefit of Comrades in that vicinity. Died, April 20th, 1802, nftpr a lingering illness, at the home of her brother. Miss Hannah D. Cole, aged 43 years. De ceased had been a sufferer for years. The remains were interred in East Ferk Cem etery by the side of her father and mother, who preceded her ever the dark c river several years age. oitAseEiwaa. Madame Rumer says there is te be a wedding seen. Children's Day at the Christian Church en the fifth Sunday. W. W. Ball, Church Myall and W. W. Ball, Jr. were in our town recently. .Elder Grubbs fills the pulpit at the Christian Church the fourth Sunday of thin mnntli fc. - 'Otiarterlv meetinir at the M. E. niuimli. vw w e - - r .Sentb. the fourth Saturday and Sundnv tfc of 0j1s month. ,M, B. Telle, ene of our old bachelor friend, was navini his distresses te h Miss Belt last Sunday. ,' Miss Lucy A. Bulleck is spending a j ion wcuive vyuu uvr cuusiii. iiira. Li. J. W.) BwUeck of Mill creek. Hiss Mollie Ilerd of Lewis county la J nrwadlng ft few days with her brother. Dr. W. H. Ilerd of this place. ' David E. Bulleck and his nephew. C. 4., Rese, caught a flva-peund catfish out L-f tke Kerth Ferk wRh hook and line. TbM-e id an old bachelor of this neigh- F1hoed who says the electric Belt is JCmaifclnif in ruuTurs wltK 11. e nna t. e nw nm vvtMuniw tw wUV UU ttmik plfW.ifijii9Mtfir heart discase. fill --t xt. eiiyja, t Mrs. H, P. SlenUremerr of Georgetown p.VletttK )m dKktw, Mw.A. 8, Ihv i ( f CWiW m bM in -s v i&xx nwjiZ4 ... r.j &Su isw uyz? V " i r i in ihwmwilmr ' i i v X 'WmTV nv .&. tf 1 i town tills week with a view te locating here. Tim trial of J, T Woodward for soiling cldur was continued until next Saturday,, en tuotleu of the Commonwealth' At torney. Burgess Tayler of Mtiysville, reprcscut- j ins iiiu nurwiwcsieni iaic insurance Company, has l)ecn In Jit. Olivet for sov sev eral days. The Christian Church of this place re ceived four additions Sunday afternoon, all of whom were baptised in the after noon near Brldiievllle. Hen. Winflcld Buckler, Robertsen's candidate for Circuit Judiie. is in Cnrlisle ,thls, week talking politics te the heys. Jlr. Huckler is n lawyer of twenty years' successful practice. He has forged right te the front in his profession by an energy and industry which has characterized Ids whole life. In addition te his legal at tainments, he is n scholarly and affable gentleman and his presence in the con test for Judicial honors will be felt. On Sunday afternoon as Rev. Willis and family weie returning from services at Fester's Chanel in a surrey their horse became frightened at a passing horse and bucgy and backed the surrey ever an em bankment. Mrs. Willis falling out first, the two wheels of the leaded vehicle passed ever her chest, and finally toppled ever, throwing all out. Mrs. Willis isslu a very precarious condition. Her injuries are serious and painful, but it is hoped net fatal. de run. Miss Varnette Cleveland left yesterday en a four weeks visit teheraiintat Knox ville. Tenn. The town assessor has completed ids work and the books show an increase of near $50,000 ever last year. The Portsmouth and Big Sandy Packet co s oeais win iaua at our wharf no mere until some new arrangements are effected. A. F. Cumin, the genial editor and pre prieter of The Berer iTetu, left this morn ing te attend the meeting of the Ken tucky Press Association which convened at Lexington yesterday. Nathan Gribble, who was operated en last Friday by Dr. J. L. Wylie assisted by Dr. F. Smith and ethers is doing re markably well. The operation was litho lithe litho eomy. Mr. Gribble is 68 years of age. Quite a considerable number of our town people attended court yesterday as witnesses and spectators in the famous Hanna-Boyd case, it being the fourth day the case has been "grinding through the mills." Through the kindness of Dr. F. M. Smith yesterday, we were allowed te examine the right hand glove that Colonel Metcalfe were jn his duel with W. F. Caste en the fishing shore just below town. It was made of buckskin of the gauntlet pattern, and shows a wonderful state of preservation te be 30 years old last Sunday. The c ove was handed te Dr. M. Smith, father of the present possessor, Immediately after the fatal shot was fired. What became of the ether glove was never known. JIAS0X COUNTY CJJJCU1T COURT. (Jleaning'j Frem Late Yesterday's Early Te-IJjiy's Decket. and The jury in the case of W. P. Baldwin vs. W. L. Merau found for Meran in the sum of $89 20, with interest from April 17th, 1880, subject te a credit of $22 paid August 22d, 1888. . m . Wedded at CovluRteu. Yesterday's Ledeku made brief men tien of n marriage at Covington. The Commonwealth says of it: "A delightful wedding was solemnized yesterday eve ning by W. S. Priest, Paster of the Fourth Street Christian Church, at the residence of W. B. Rawlings, 430 Bakowell street, where J. W. Lay ten nnd Mrs. Lucy Overly were Joined in holy wedlock. The at tendants were Mr. Abner Rawlings and Miss Sarepta Rawlings. After the cere mony an elegant repast was served the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Layten are from Maysville, which place they will make their future home. i ..mm i ii Takk stock In the second series of the Peeple's Building Association. New open. , Ce.NBTAiJLB W. B. Dawsen arrested Charles Mitchell of the Sixth Ward this morning ter stealing coal off the C. and O. cars. He will be tried before '8quire Grant this afternoon. Jenx R. Roihnsen known as "Leng Jehn RobinBen" died near Baltimore, aged 85, He was a native of Kentucky, andind been for many years a con spicuous figure in a large business and financial operations in this country and Mexico. It was definitely settled last night that the e ill ces of the Maysville Sanitarium. Company will he located in the Cox Building, They will occupy two rooms en the second fleer, immediately ever the Posteftlce. We uadersUnd that six, pa tleets have, senified their intention te take the trMtmeet at ee, r- " t TIEOESSM - M IF YOU SHOULD SHOOT AT OUR. LINE OF HATS you would be sure te hit a geed one. We keep the best, the latest, the neatest, and se are able te suit the taste and fit the head. Premising Youngsters. The fastest youngster that has yet ap peared nt the Limestone Farm is an Al candrc gelding, bred and owned by Mr. Themas Luttrell and named in his honor. He was just broken geed last summer and showed some premise, and this spring he bids fair te outdo his premise, as Saturday he showed a 2:21 clip in his work, We also learn they have a very premising two-year-old, also by Alcandre. Lint or "Adrertlstd" Ltttrn. Belew is a list of letters remaining un called for at the Maysville Posteftlce for the week ending May 10th, 181)2: Adnm. Ludwly Jaquitb. Oilman .Vdcll. Itnmi Moren. M. E. llarnes. Irene Miller, Charles Malley. Mary A. Owen Ilretlicra Pewer, Ciipltela llnulfertf. Abble Ilrtiider, Charles CutnmliiK. Mrs. H. T UlnrK. JHinei repers. isma ttreen. Mrs. Josepblne Rowland. W. Frank Hall, Mrs. Kosella Shields, Moses Huffman. Mattle Thacher, Asher Hlmes. Richard Wright, Mrs. Ella Jehnsen, Geerge Williams, Mrs. Jonnle Jehnsen, J. West, Walter Jolmsen, Ler. Warder. Themas B. Jehnsen, Wm. H. Er?One cent due en eacli of above. Perseus calling for these letters will please say that the' are advertised. Themas A. Davis. Postmaster. SritiKG Hatu Nelsen's. SuiitTS made te order Nelsen. Fiue and Accident Ins. W. R Warder. Cheapest Wall .Paper at Greenwood's. Newest in Wall Paper at.Oreenwoed's. Reduced prices en Pictures. Call and see. Prices marked in plain figures. Kacki.ev & McDouele. The most complete line of goods, suit able for bridal Frcsent8' at greatly re duced prices nt Murphy's the Jeweler, successor te Uepper & Murphy. Tuese wishing fresh and reliable Gar den and Flower Seed, Plants and Grape vines, should call en II. H. Cox & Sen, Seuth side Second street, two doers from Sutten, the largest dealers in bulk seed in Maysville. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOK SIIEllIFF. We are authorized te anneunce J. C. JEF FEB30N as the Democratic candldate for SherilT of Masen county at the election te be ueiu xucsuay, Aevemucratii, isir.', Special Meeting. Mavsville, Kv., May 10th, 1893. The Beard of Council will meet Frlrinr. Mnr 20th. at T:u0 p. m. te hear appeals from assess ment for the year 1MB. MARTIN A. O'HABE. City Clerk. Master Commissioner's Netice MASON CIRCUIT COURT. Maggie Clark, Adm'r., ic. Plaintiffs, 1 Against V Stanley Clark, ic, Defendants. ) Notlce Is hereby given te the creditors of W. B. Clark, deceased, that the underslgned Mas ter Commissioner, In pursuance of an order In the abeve styled cause, will attend at his office en Court street In the city of Maysville from the date hereof until May lttb, 1803, te receive and hear nroef of claims aeraltut mid decedent, and that all claims net prosented te blra and proven as required by law, within the tlme above specified, will be thnreaf ter barred. ALLAN D. COLE, May 11th. IMtt. , Master Commissioner. WHITE, JUDD & CO. -Are still In the- FUBNITUEE BUSINESS At We. 42 W. Second Street. T. H. N. SMITH, DENTIST. fe Teeth Intfrlfd JHale, Without Oat Vteil in Extraction of Teeth. OFFIQE-Secend Street. Dr. J. H. SAMUEL, Ex-renMent Surgeon Ooed rimrltn ITesiaui, Kx-cllDf Huperlntenilent I.engvlsw IniiB Asylum. PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEQN HH HMd Krstdeurei TMrd Mrn, one aeir H' of Xrk. igggl r-?t vr&X rSSB ADVERTISING. Ne Charge! MvtrlUlmcnUundtr the heading of "JMji Wanted." "Situation n'anted," " ," " Found," Jccfef an accepta lilt nature, and net te exceed three llnet, en thlt Htje, are FREE te all. 1ST" AY) Buinas Advertisement Imerted with out pay. If amwert fall te come theflrtt time, we invite at many repctlttent at ac necettery te tecure what you adveittte for. N with the adcerttsert te feel that they are net Unixittna en ut by utlnu our free columns. AdvertUemcntt can he left at our office or tent through the mail te Tllf PUULIC LEDGER COJiMAT, , .. xVii. te E. Third Street WANTED. "WANTED Te excliaime a 20 pound pair of Dumb-bellN Ter a tualr weighing- 0 or 0 pounds. Apuly at Postenice. 'XJrANTKD -A position as copyist and short- 'I hand writer by iiyeunir lad v: can vive best of references. otHce. Address L. D., Lkdeeu T7ANTED-A complete set of " OlllclatHec t erds of tlie union and Contcderato Armies." published by the WBr Department. Address, stating price, "Veteran,'' Bex 083, Maysville. Ky. WANTED-One lHrge room. V. .Maysville. Ky. Address Bex W7ANTED Three thousand subscribers te '' Tiik Puiir.tc Ledeku. WANTED-Enorgetlo Agents and Corres pondents ter The Pnur.ie Ledeku. FOE KEHT. TTIOK HENT-After the 18th, my resldonce J- en Fourth street. Apply te ELL. a. H. NEW- plOK HENT A Piane. Apply at this office. 1710 It HENT A very desirable two-story . framedwelllng, fourreomsand a kitchen, In Fifth Ward. Apply te JOHN O'DONNELL. FOB KENT Several valuable spaces, for advertising purposes, In Tub 1'uni.ic I.KDOKIt. TOB. BAJ.JE. FOB SALE-Flve geed Window Frames, Sash and Shutters; will pell cheap. Apply te J. h. NICHOLSON, at Blerbewer's. FOB SALE Flve valuable pieces of prop erty In the Sixth Wan). Houses all brand new. If you want a home new Is your tlme. junft wAi.au. ueai Kstate Agent F OB SALE-0,000 20 luch clap-hoards for sale In. n i nvi? Qn..ii. I7IOB SALE Or trade for city preperty, a A. fjoed family Herse and an almost new Surrey. DB. S. PANOBUBN. ZiOST. LOST-On Second street, between Wall and Wesley Vicroy's utore, a $10 bill. Finder please leave at this ollice aud receive reward. LOST On last Wednesday, a Paper Hang er's Brush lit the Sixth Ward, about or near Geerge Walllngferd's store. The tinder will please return te The Pdiilie Leixieii of ef of flce and receive a suitable reward. P. G. TBIPLETT. T OST A Pocketbook containing lfl 75. Be- J-J ward of 5 If returned te The Lcdger ollice. or te Tiini a a qiuvm? imifle a.. &.WL . LOST A golden epiwirtunlty If you de net advertise in Tim Puiu.ie I.euiieu. rOUND. I7IOUND A Kid Glevo. Ownercan get same by calling at Ledeeh otllce. 2JIOUND That It pays a big profit te patron - lie The Puiu.ie Ledeeh. 37IOUND Bunch of Keys, which owner can have by calling at Pitolie Ledeeu ollice and proving property. J. J. FITZGIEEALD, Flumbcr, Gtis and Steam Fitter! 41 West Second Street, Jewel Gas Steves. MAYSVILLE, KY. Gee. M. dinger & Sen, BRICK MASONS AND CONTRACTORS! Estimates made en all classes of Werk, Leck Bex 4.17, MAVSVILLE. KY. W.H.WADSWOnTll, Sit. W. II. WADSW0KTII, Jn. WAD3WOBTH & SON, ATTORNETS AT LAW, MAY8VILLS, KY. The general practice of Law. COCHRAN & SONS,' ATTORNETS AT LAW, COURT 8TBEET, UOtlT.A. COCIIIIAN, KV, 1 A. V. J.COCI1UAN MAYSVILLE, KT WM. D. COCHRAN C. W. WARDLE, DENTIST Zweigrart'i Ble?k, Ssenil aud Sutten Streets. We Must Have Meney ! & ) no the less. Circumstances boyeud our control compel us te raise this money; hence our grout reduction sale. Every day our bhIcs have shown nil we asked since the commencement of our big' cut in order te double bur foriher1' sales. We sold twice the quantity of goods that we had ever sold before during the , sumo time, but did net take in a corresponding amount of money. Anyone ,. can see that 1,000 suits worth 15 00 each', when sold at their actual value, will nmeunt te $15,000; but when they are sold at $7 50 a suit, as the case has beeu with us, the money iu drawer only counts up half as much. This ratio of actual value of goods sold and the nmeunt of cash received was uni versal throughout the store. Men's, Beys' nnd Children's Suits, Hats, Under wear, &c, &c, &?., all sold fer1 prices far less than their intrinsic worth. THIS MONTH BARGAINS WILL BE BETTER I We knew full well that the season has been backward; that money Is ' scarce and 'that time9 are hard. We also knew that we must turn our ptd'ck into cash. We knew that te de se we must offer extraordinary inducements in prices. This we have done, and persons who will ceme te our store dur ing this the second month of this unprecedented, uuparallelled and unex pected forced sale of fine goods, can realize from the quality nnd low prices hew great is the necessity for us te turn' our merchandise into money. Thanking you for past favors nnd urging all te' take advantage of this rare opportunity, we are, respectfully, Tun T Whrtin k fin The Old Reliable Bed j no. a. maitm & VjO., COrner clothing mm Small, the Tailor CAN nK FOUND AT HIS EMPORIUM of FASHION A'e. 110 .VurAr Slrtrt, ; Opposite Central Hetel. State National Bank MAYSVILLE. KY. CAPITA C STOCK $'JOit,000 8VHVLVS 110,000 DO A OENEHAL BANKINO BUSINESS. C. 11. 1'KAncK, Cashier. W. It. Cox, PriMldent. Jno. PitEs Vice-President. CITY DIRECTORY. ciTr erricEHS. Mayer. . E. E. Pearce, Jr .....Martin A. O'llure City Clerk... Celic ccter aud Treasurer It. A. Cechrau. Jr Marshal Jnmes llellln Assessor...... A.N. Huff Weed and Ceal Inspector William Davis Wharf maeter CM. Plilster City Prosecutor ... . J. N. Kehoe City Physician Dr. C.C.Owens City Undertaker Q. A. Means & Sen Keeper Almshouse Mrs. Sarah E. Sapp CITV COUNCIL. Meets First Tliurtday Evening in Each Menth. William H. Cox, President. MKM11EI1S. Flnt Ward. (1) W. H. Cox. Fourth Ward. (1) Thes. M. Weed. (2) Bebort Fickllu, (3) II. L. Newell. Fifth Wanl. (1) Gee. C. Fleming, 02)H.T. Haulraiin, (3) J. I. Salisbury. Slxlh Want. (UOce, Schrocder, c) Polk Hicks. C' )V. H.Wadswerth.Jr. (3) Conard Budy, Second IFarrf. (1) J. C. Pecer. (-') SI. F. Kehoe, (3) C. II. Pearce, Jr. Third Ward. (1) E. W. Fltzperald, (2) II. B. Blerbower, (3) L. C. Batterman. (3)BufusDrden. The figures Indicate the number of years each Councilman has te serve from January, 18!tt. MASONIC 1.01)0 ES. Confidence Ledge Ne. 52 Meets first Mon Men iav night In each month. Masen Ledge Ne. 342 Meets second Monday nlght In each month Maysville Chapter Ne. 9 Meets third Men- day night In each month Muvsville Cemmanderr Ne. 10 Meets fourth Monday night In each mouth. ODDFELLOWS. DeKalh Ledge Ne, 12 Meets every Tuesday night. ' Blnggeld Ledgo Ne. 27 Meets every Wednes day night. PlPirali Encamnmcnt Ne. 0 Meets second and fourth Mondays In every month. Canten Maysville Ne. 2 Meets third Jlenday night in each month. friendship Ledgo Ne. 42. a. or B.-Meets first Monday night In ouch month. KS'imiTS or PYTHIAS. Limestone Ledgo Ne. 30 Meets every Friday night. Maysville Division Ne. 0, U. B. Sleets first Tuesday In every month. i. e. s. A. Washington Camp Ne. 3 Meets every Thurs day night. e. a. u. Jeseph Hclscr Pest Ne. 13 Meets first and third Saturdays In each month. M. C. Hutchlns Camp Ne. 2, 8. of V.-Meets every Wednesday evcnlng. Weman's Bellef Cerps Meets second and fourth Saturdays In each mouth. k. or ii. Maysville Ledgo Ne. 2778. Meets first nud third Tuesdays In each month. 11ENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. St. Patrick's Bonevolont Society Meets every second Sunday. Sodality of the B." V. M. Meets overy Sun day. Father Mathew Total Abstlnoneo Soclety Dieeis ursi duiiuuvih eaen meniu. Anclent Order of Hibernians Meets third Sunday In each month. Knights or St. Jehn Meets first Tuesday In each month. German Bollef Society Meets first Monday night in oaeh month. COLORED SOCIETIES. MASPKIO. Cashier Ledgo Ne. 24, F. L. M. Meets second Wednesday night In each month, e. u. e. O. r. Maysville Star Ledgo Ne. 1048. Meets first and third Friday night In each month. Household of Butu.Ne. 37, Meets soeecd Thursday night In each month. DAUOIITEHS OF THB TABEnNACLt. Conge Itlrer Tabernacle Ne, HO. Meets first Thursday In cabh month. DAUOHTKBS, or TUB OOOD SAHAIUTAN. Kvniu.LedgQ Ne. 9,Meets first Wednesday, nlght m meu month. v, n. r, Ooed Will Ledgo Ne. 48. Meets first Satur day and third Wednesday night In oaeh month, Yeung's Temple Ne, 44. Meets first Monday night in eaeu month. d. A. K, McKlnnevRn Pett Ne. lsfl.-Meet f 6urth Sat urday night la eaafe memtt Weman's Kellt Cerp Ne, 36.-MeeU first Tuesday In eab wmth. 10 OT1 must have Forty; Thousand Dollars, no matter hew "creat 1 COURT DtttSCTOBY. omeuiT COUItT. Hen. A.E.Cele, Judge Maysville J. 11. Bailee, Commonwealth Att'y.. i Maysville Hen D. Parry, Clerk Maysville Allan D. Cele, Master Commlsslenor.Mnysvllle Court Meet Masen -At Maysville. Tuesday after Jee sec ond Monday In January, April, July and Octo ber. Fleming At Klemlngsburg, third Monday In .-vi ay una norenioor. Qreenup At Greenup, fourth Monday In February and August. 1.CWIS At vanceDurg secend Monday In June and December. Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday after third Monday in Scptember and fourth Monday in March. MASO.I COUNTr COUllT. Meett Second Monday in Each Menth. Thos.B.PhlMer.Presldlng Judge. ..Maysville CharlM D. Newell, County Attorney. Ways vllle T. M. Peiiroe. Clerk Maysville Jehn W. Alexander, Sheriff Maysville J. C. Jeffersen I .,.,. ..I .'Maysllek SumP.Perliie)ul)U,ICS , Maysville Bebort C. Kirk, Jailer Maysville Jehn D Bee, Corener Maysville Jehn C. Everett, Assessor Maysville G. W. Bhitterman, Scheel Sup't Maysville Quarterly Court meets Tuesday after the second Mpnday in March, June, September ana December, nnd has civil Jurisdiction te the amount of f2u0. MAn.STHATEK COUIITS. Maysville Ne. J. Jehn L. Grant, Magistrate, holds court the first Tuesday In each month. Jacob Miller, Magistrate, holds court the reurth Tuesday In each month. Wm. B. Daw Daw seu, Constable Maysville Ne. 2.-T. J. Pickett, Magistrate holds, court the first Saturday In each month. William Pepper. Magistrate, holds court tbe fourth Saturday In each mdnth. J. 11. McNutt. Constable. Dever James Enrnshaw and Frank Luns ford, 31 air 1st rates, hnld cenns en the first and third Wednesdays In March, June, September and December. Jehn Bunyon, Consuble.- Minerva O. N. Weaver and Jeseph M. Byar, Magistrates, held courts en the first and third Thursdeys In Mareh. June, Soptembor and December. William E. King, Constable Gormnntewn Leslle H.Mannen and Wm. L. Woodward, Magistrates, held courts en the first rrlday nnd third Saturday In March. June, September and Deccmber. William Feul, Censtnble. Sardls J. M. Ball and James II. Grigsby, Magistrates, held courts en the second and fourth Saturdays in March, June, September and December. A. J. Suit. Constable. Mnysllck-Charlcs W. Williams and J. D. Baymond, Magistrates, held courts en the sec ond and fourth Fridays In March, June. Sep tember nnd December. James B. Boberson, Constable Lewlsburg-lsaae L. Mellvaln and Jeseph M. Alexander. Magistrates, held court en the second and fourth Thursdays In March: June' September and December. S. M. Strode. Con stable. Orungeburg-M. D. Farrew and Lewis M. Cellls, Magistrates, held courts en the first Saturday and Inst Monday in Mareb. June, September and December. W. H. Coryell. Constable - ' Washington-Edward Belfryand Arthur F. w oed. Magistrates, held courts en the fourth Tuesduys nnd third Wednesdays In Mareh, June, Scptember and December. Geerge C. Geggln, Censtnble Murpbysvllle Jehn E. Wells nud W. W. orthlngten, Magistrates, held courts en the fourth Mendaysand third Thursdaysln March. June, September and Docembor. II, T. But But clltfe, Constable Fern Leaf-Samuel E. Mastln nnd Powell B. Owens, Magistrates, held courts en the second and fourth Saturdays In Mareh, June. Septem ber nnd Decerabcr. Charles Wallingford. Con Cen stnble. Helena William Luttrell and Jeseph W. Bntcmau. Magistrates, bold courts nn tlm en. end and fourth Wednesdays In March, June. "i""""'! "" m-uuuiuur. jumes . orrew. Constable. ItAIEBOAD SCHBDUI,!!. CINCINNATI DIVlSldN CUKSAPEAKE AND OniO. (Ne. S.....S:U a. ta Ne. 30......7:) u. m Ne. 18 4:p.m kl JA Ne. -..... .8.00 p. m ftCJ UTE5 w" Add twentv-sli minutes te get city tlme. Nes. 19 and 20 are the Maysville aoeommc tlen, nnd Nes. 17 and 18 the Huntington aoeora- tnodntlen. Nes. 1 and 2 are the fast ezprcss nnd Nes. II aud 4 the F. F. V. Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) is a solid train with through dining ear and Pullman Bloopers te Washing, ten, Baltlinore, Philadelphia and New Yerk. Through Pullman sleeper te Blchmend, Va., and Old Point Comfert. Ne: 2 Is a solid train with Pullman sloepor te Washington, making all Eastern and Southeastorn oennoetlons. The accommodation trains are dally except Sunday; the rest are dally. Direct connection nt Cincinnati for points West and 8euth. " 4 . MAY8VILLE DIVISION KENTUCKY CENTRAL. oulAbeuml. Lcave Mav .ve' Maysville at 5:90 a. m. for Paris, Lex. n, Cincinnati, Hlohujend, Stanford, Llv an, Jolllce, Mlddlosberougb, Cumberland Ington. Inasten. Gap, Frankfort. Leulsrllle and points en N. A., miiu iu. t ., .aeiuru UIV1S1UU. Leaves Maysville at 1:80 p. m. for Paris. Cin cinnati. Lexington, Wlnehester, Blobraead and points en N. N. and M. V., Eastern Dlvis. Ien. Northbound. Arrlve at Maysville at 10:10 a. m. and 6:30 p. in. All trains dally oxeopt Sunday. Add twenty-slx minutes te jet city time. p Cincinnati, Portnieuthj Bljf Saufly an Pomeroy Ppkot'cempily. The splendid beats of this line, ruunlng twoen Clne liinatl, Portsmouth, Ironteo Hi be- stpe Pe unt niKien, uaiupeiis and romeror. naftt Mays ville as fellows! II A am rnllnuta 1 rOQIOrOV PaalcAtll ftnitnnn. TAlAtfranla aJ fNe.l........-a)a. m I Ne. 19.....jS:w a. m. 1 Ne. 17....9:4H a. m I Ne. 3 ...4:ap,m F'oteok am8!"1 Pa" MayvIHeelth way at ,4 ; dally, exeept Sunday, at a p, fe." . luiuiiniia Alia iiiiiiniiiiMii. iijiiamiia kbthviiui rer ireight or ptosef e ply te , -wA v, n. ruiBXjm, Aamt. V 4 1 ?-, '..- -. .. '. - .?- JvuiMlJ&l. ' 3rAkSL Ar V. f .jis.v 1 t.rr.. - ?.' .-'it ..,, KITi iBlUin rill isa i 11 '