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IsVeWIKKBO TOO ETHER FOR FUTURE
CAREFUL CONSIDERATION.
XmjAPplnten at te Uie Results or the Recent
,-Zldal IfYive and Cyclonic Disturbances
' What Will the Uarvcrt Bet"
'-Hen.. Themas II. Paynter's Postefllco
gr, address is Het Springs, Ark. Ne charge
fertius, "tip."
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Treasurer Hale has given out the
statement that tliere is a little the rise
of $1,350,000 in the State Treasury. We
had heped for an early adjournment of
the Legislature.
S;. The Democracy is Just new in the
K? awkward poeltlon of a party which, hav
E? ,'. -lng solemnly declared .Protection uncen-
. mituueuui, is yet-ieu cuwuruiy iu cuiuu
;out frankly in favor of Free-trade.
Friends of Mr. Cleveland predict that
the new Cabinet will be a brainy one,
and there is ene fine old gentleman out
in Indiana who earnestly hopes that it
mar contain a plentiful allowance of
Gray matter.
'- Nobody knows as yet whether It Is
H$- 'Mr. Biela'a or seme ether person's comet
that is cavorting up and down the sky.
Unless the celestial wanderer proves Its
, Identity pretty seen it may be taken in
under the' vagrancy laws.
General Master Workman Powderly
thinks the People's Party,, will carry the
- election in 189C. Mr. Powderly doesn't
seem te have heard of the sad and fatal
i
mishap that befel the People's Party en
. the 8th of the present month.
, .
Bofero there is any mere talk about
$- Reawell P. Flower for Secretary of the
jS"'' Treasury, Mr. Flower should hasten te
; prove that he is net the Flower who
? .warned the Chicago Convention that
!?;CMr. Cleveland could net carry the state
of New Yerk.
Tammany will Bend 3,000 braves te.
i; ')' Washington te honor Inauguration Day
-'-L4 ,, . with their presence. Tills news will be
:'( f- 'r'Vx about as welceme te Mr. Cleveland as
5- 'y-jfifi would be the announcement that any
fif";-liPV- .organized body of 3,000 office seekers
lit . u-ix - .
JH lM;i were coming.
if Wi.-'
'!f, : s??; ' In Connecticut a
soldiers' monument
celebrating the same eveut. Demo
cratic enthusiasm is vigorous and possi
bly a trifle indiscreet.
k "' 'WC" 'a feaW& wh crape in honor of Demo Deme
k f, "e 2&4iCratIe victory, and in Indiana the graves
' ". of Union seldiers are desecrated by men
V3 ' Senater Pefjer of Kansas announces
; that the third party members of Cen-
iV gress wlU co-operate in both Houses
& "-',' .with the Democrats in wiping out the
' T"iff laws. The third party delegation
gl5 .is just about large enough te serve as a
Vg . fantastic tall for the Democratic kite.
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u ,vBeth of the MaeVeaghs Wayne of
p. New Yerk and Franklin of Chicago are
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Cfthlnnt. ThA rillTfirflnnn. hnwnvnf. h-
m ,, . : -:- --
iween oeing memienea rer an emep ana
beinsr boosted Inte It Is tee ereat te be
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-measured Dy any Known appliances
Senators Carlisle, German, Gray, Pal
mer and Vest are all spoken of as possi
ble members of the new Cabinet, but
the name of Senater David Bennett Hill
doesn't appear In any list of available
men. Mr. Hill 4s net only a Democrat
V according te
his own assertion, but a
h very lonesome epe at that.
v Yeung Mr. Hewell of Georgia is going
.' te bold an ixtra session of Congress no
isatter whether Mr, Cloveland and ether
;,Up fellows like It or net. It Is only te be
lybejped that young Mr. Hewell will held
It asd net let It get away from him.
l$?f Otherwise be might have te advertise for
.jpijit aaMAg the "lest" notices.
- L, 11km weeks age all geed Cleveland
., ' "'. Dwwerata spoke ef (be TMsaway eblef
L If, '$' 'Mtki Hen. Rkbard Crekec ; since tbe
; , :V , - limiu tit mil Urn yWR Mr. Creker,
Pfy '-tMtkmmat ui tWt by Um eb t
Mtey will be if uklBf e Mama
mim. Mr. CMher m kudty
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PUBLIC
FIRST YEAR.
VBRSONAL FOISTS.
tSTIf you havefritnd vMtlng you, or if ieii
are anine away en a visit, please drop una note
te that effect.
MissSallleB. Weed is-visiting in Cin
cinnati. Andrew Qercy of Paris spent yesterday
in this city.
Miss Mattie Oldham spent Thanksgiv
ing nt Manchester.
A
Charley Hull Is home from a commercial
tour in behalf of the Postefllco Drugstore.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mathews have
returned from their bridal tour in the
East.
Mrs. David Bulleck of Orangeburg is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex.
True at Dever.
Miss Emma Carnation has left for au
extended visit te relatives in Urbana and
Plains City, O.
Judge J. W. Mcnzles and wife of
Covington are guests of Colonel and Mrs.
Frank 8. Owens.
Mrs. Leu Ress returned te her home in
Chicago Wednesday after, a visit te
relatives in this city.
Jehn Caldwell, who moved te Missouri
several years age, has returned and will
lecate near Millersburg.
Dan Dudley and Miss Mary Themas
Dudley returned yesterday te Hill Tep,
after visiting friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Jehn Duley returned last
evening from Fleming, where they spent
Thanksgiving with relatlves.
Miss Mamie Niland, who has been at
tending school at Cincinnati, is spending
a few. days at her home in this city.
Miss May Weed of Ferest avenue is at
home after spending several weeks with
her brother, N. S. Weed of St. Leuis, Me.
Uornce Cochran and Buckner Wall,
students at Center College Danville, are
spending the Thanksgiving holidays at
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Andersen Finch, accom
panied by Miss Margaret Finch, will lcave
Monday for Thomesville, Ga., te remain
for the winter.
Misses Clara and Thercsa Faber and
Messrs. Themas Mulvihill and Jim Mc
Donald of Newport spent Thanksgiving
with Miss Agnes Dinger.
Miss Allie Alcxander of this city and
MissLeua Aiexander of Lewisburg left
Wednesday morning for a two weeks'
visit te relatives in St. Leuis, Me.
NEXT DAY IT WAS COLD.
A Question philosophers cannot doeido
Whleh recurs every Thanksglrlng Day
Is, whleh is tbe betten tbe turkey ltself,
Or tbe fragments warmed up the next day.
James SnAnr, aged 88, died in Bracken
county a few days age.
New is the time te buy rubber shoes.
Sce Miner's advertisement in anether cel
umn. His goods are of the best,
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Miss Reena Dkkiune of Lexingten has
entered upon the work of compiling sta
tistics showing hew many women in Ken
tucky support themselves.
The News of Dever says Langherne
Tabb celebrated his 02d birthday op last
Thursday. Mrs. Tabb celebrated her 77th
birthday en last Sunday.
. .
M. C. HeTcniNS Camp, 8. V., gave a
delightful hop at Noptune Hall Thanks
giving Eve. A large crowd, and cvo'ry cve'ry cvo'ry
bedy enjoyed, the occasion.
Tns offlcers and tnombers of the M. E.
Church, Seuth, deslre te express, through
Tub Ledger, their aincore thanks te the
flremen and ethers who se kindly
rendored such effectual assistance te
thorn during the flre uf yesterday.
Rev. 0. 8. Lucas will lcave about the
1st of January te take charge of a con-,
grogatien at Allegheny City, Pa. Rev.
Lucas has been Paster of the Christian
Church here Berne two years, and his de
parture will be regretted by his member
ship and our people allke.
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W take pleaaure In announcing in this
iseue Jehn Walsh aa a candidate for
City Aimier. Mr. Walch every
way qualU4 te ill tbe peeltkm and
fwrtbewMre bee a yecUet4 kwybjui of
y TwttM TMN WNI MOW farftHI
fertM pee.
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MAYSVILLE, kY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1892.
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IT WAS A OBMOCBATIO BIHD.
Tbe Koentcr fenme put en bis gaffe,
Se bl? and sharp and new,
And pounced upon our Eagle bird bird bird
Geed Lord I tbe feathers flew!
He flailed our "omblera" out of sight
Yeu couldn't find a plece
Quite big enough te wnd ft gun
Or ranke a spot of grease.
Thanksglrlng found us In this flr,
Ltke many 'nother sinner:
Ne toethsoino bird en which te whet
An appetite for dlnner.
New, don't you think tbe Demmlcs ought
Te nnike amends for this
Shnre with Ilcpubs at least a mlte
Qf their ecstatic bliss?
Hut nil things ceme te theso who wait,
Oren the JIaster call,
Or theso who number en their list
Such friends as James n. Hall.
A wagon pulled up at our deer
On ene of sundry rounds
And left a lusty Turkey that
Weighed fourteen henest pounds.
Frlend Jim, Just make ft4raft en us
A draft for thnnks nt sight,
Fer wbile we de net think allke
Tbe beart of each is right.
At Washington Opera-heuse te-morrow
night, "A Turkish Bath."
A Confederate Veteran's Association
has been organized at Danville.
A scheme is en feet te connect Paducah
and Bardwell by electric railway.
Nbak Georgetown Phillip Taliaferro
was thrown from a buggy and probably
fatally injured
At Hepkinsville Harry Scott was shot
nnd dangereusly wounded by J. S. Fritz,
Chief of Police Ne cause is known.
The Fifth National Bank at Cincinnati
has been approved as the reserve agent
for the Merchants' National Bank of
Ashland..
Tns charter prepared by the Commis
sioners appointed by the cities of Lex
ington, Covington and Newport will be
presented te the Legislature in a few
days.
. Hen. Jesse Arthur, ence a preminent
Democratic lawyer at Newport, has
been elected Superior Judge by the Peo
ple's party of Spokane, Wash.
Captain JenN C. Hepkins of Catletts
burg wants te be United States Marshal
for Kentucky. He 8 a reyul fellow, a
geed business man; and here's te you,
Jehn.
The World's Fair cuse will net be de
cided till Saturday, and probably net till
Tuesday, Judge Pryer will wrlte the
opinion, and he new has the case under
consideration.
Tns cases against ex-Postmaster Hugh
Mulhelland, sentenced te one year for
stealing registered letters, were egaln
continued at Paducah, pending a decision
trem the Supreme Court.
Hbnuy Bunnus, who was arrested
Monday, made the ferty-flrst murderer
placed in the Louisvilje Jail since Janu
ary 1st. The record surpasses that of
any previous year in the city's history.
Bv the explosion of twenty-nve kegs
of blasting pewder in a West Virginia
colliery, opposite Steubenville, O., two
miners were instantly killed, three were
fatally injured and seven, ethers were
badly hurt.
i
It 13 new thought by a number of law
yers at Frankfort that the last effort of
the Auditor's attorneys te preve that the
Legislature had no right, originally, te
make any appropriation for the World's
Fair may prove successful,
nun m - -in a
Remember, The Ledger prints "Uelp
Wanted," "Lest." "Found," and similar
notices net of a business character, fru
of ehairge. The .only thing we roquire Is
that the copy be sent In boferc 0 o'clock
en day of publication.
Captain J. K. Sreuvb, Engincer of
the Kentucky Union Railroad Company,
has contracted with tbe Lexingten' Brick
Company for 600,000 brick and Leuis des
Cogneta & Ce. for cement and sand te
build the new muchlne shops at Lexing
ton. A special from Frankfort says that
Dr. J. M. Frazce, our Representative in
the Legislature, will be an applicant for
Pension Agent for Kentucky. Well,
new, Unde Grevcr, you couldn't fill the
place with a handsomer man if you
hunted the Mate all ever with a flae-toeth
comb. And if we bad a peseta we'ed
jett ae lere have bhrcbeck m that of
My ether Democrat we ksew. we're
for tbe Mm treat Meftritte tec wbelever
beWMle,
LEDGER
JtsrURLICAN,
HELP FOR THE LADIES
"TUB LBDQKH" CALKS FOR COMTRl
HVTIONS FOR A UOOD CAUSE.
Let Libernt'Hnded and Uenereu Cittxent
Respond With I'rumptnes; te Repair Dam
ayes te the Church Furniture. .
After years of patient tell, and by the closest
economy, the Ladles' Mlte Soclety of tbe M.
E. Church, Seuth, raised a fund nearly sudl sudl
.cient te furnish the new and handsome Church.
Less than tbroe woeks age the building was
dedicated, and tbe congregation had net fairly
settled down In the new house.
' Thanksgiving Day all tbe Ministers of sis
ter churches and many of their mombers as
sembled in tbe new building te offer up thanks
giving and'pralse te tbe Olver of all geed.
Services had just begun, when, without a
premonition of danger, the alarm of flre was
given.
Fortunately the large audlence filed out
Inte tbe street without personal Injury.
Out for 60veral hours there was a borelo
struggle botweon the flreraen and tbe Uamcs,
the fermer Anally gaining mastery.
After tbe smeke had cleared away it was
found that the bandsome building was badly
damaged. This, howevcr, Is fully covered by
Insurance.
Tbe carpets, the furniture and otber be
longings, placed there by the self-sacrlflclng
efforts of the Ladles' Mlte Society, were badly
damaged also seme of tbe articles beyend the
bope of repair. On theso there wet no (nnu
ranee. The less Is qulte heavy, and it falls
with crushing effect upon the hearts of the
deveted women who labored se long and se
lovingly In the work of furnishing tbe Church.
The Lkdebr proposes te assist tbe ladles in
the restoration of tbe property wljtch was
their prlde; and te this end It Invites contri
butions from ever-generous citizens.
All contributions left at or sent te this offlce
will be acknowledged promptly, and tbe
money will be turned ever te the Treasurer of
the Ladles' Mite Soclety.
Don't be afraid of giving tee much; any sur
plus will be appropriated te a geed cause.
Don't be afraid of giving tee llttle; many
A small sums make a handsome aggregate.
The LEpacit heads the list and wants te sce
It grew.
FvblleLedger i $tO OO
Leandbr P. Justice
worth in Allen county.
is wanted $135
W. D, Spaldine. who has been quite
HI at Covington, is new able te sit up.
y ' ' '
Geerge Schwartz wants his customers
te knew that hereafter his shop will net
be open en Sundays.
Irvine Hats and MIs.s Carrie B.
Gamber skipped off from Winchester
nnd married In Newport.
The Governer offera a reward of $250
for the arrest of the unknown murderer
of James Downing of Fayette county.
An astronomer premises us a rain e
flre next Sunday night. New just see
what the McKinley bill has done for us.
It Is said that there are only thirty-
five hungry Democrats after Postmaster
Ogden's old brogans at Ashland. And
the reports' will net all be in until
January 23d, 1894.
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Mellis Crawford, who told the Cin
cinnati pollce that she was from Mays
vllle, is in trouhle down there with a
young man named Ben Hey. Ben There
would have sounded better.
A supper will be glven by the Ladies'
Mlte Society of the M. E. Church, Seuth,
at the rosidence of Judge Cole, corner
Limestone and Fourth stroets, en next
Friday evenlng from 5 te 10 o'clock, for
the benefit of tbe church.
Tnse. F. Power the Druggist Is
arranging for a musical entertainment,
the proceeds te be applied te the restora
tion of preperty destroyed by flre at the
M. E. Church, Seuth, yesterday. One of
the chief attractions will be a thirtcen-
year-old violinist, who has created great
Interest in musical circles.
One of the most delightful entertain
ments of the season was the musical glven
by the Yeung People's Society of Chris
tian Endeavor in the Chapel of the Chris
tian Church last evening. It consisted
of recitations and cholce musical selec
tions by the young ladles of the society,
all of which were rendered with credit te
the participants.
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Netice.
The officers of the M. E. Church,
Seuth, ask these ffhe have made sub
scriptions te their new church, te ploase
call and pay the amount te T. A. Keith,
as they need it badly.
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Rstkett-Metcalfa
R. T. Beckett and Miss Sallie T. Met
calfe were married last evenlng at the
residence of Rev. R. G. Patrick, Paster
of the First Baptist Church.
The groet ie a well kaewa and popu
lar yetiBf fMtleaM of thie city, aed tbe
brMe te a kwhter of Mr. m4 Mrs. Xll 1.
JwWWeffWe
fIM Tjajyuyi tfsMiiA ssststsrs)sMsss Ujsmsssss
ONE CENT.
KENTUCKY PROTECTIONISTS.
Our Legttlature IFanti te Drtre
Canada Thistle only.
Out the
The Legislature has passed an important
bill te farmers, te prevent ttie growth
and ripening of Canada thistle. The bill
provides that It shall be the duty of evcry
persen or persens, and of evcry cor
poration holding land in the Common
wealth, clther by lease or otherwise,- en
which Canada thistle may be growing,
te cut the same se as te prevent such
weeds from ripening.
Fer failure te comply with the act a
flne is imposed, recoverable before any
Justice of the Pcace, or by indictment In
the Circuit Courts of the state.
When any person or corporation
owning lands upon which said thistle is
growing neglects or refuses te cut or
destroy the same, any person feeling
aggrieved is authorized, after live days'
notice, te enter upon the lands and cut
down said thistles, and may recover from
the owners of the lands compensation at
the rate of $1 per day.
3t AT 11ELV THE FARMER.
Eleetrle Railways Would Abolish Seme
Tt,eaey Agricultural Expenses.
The read wagons and the short-lived
top buggies and carriages of the farmer
cost a very pretty penny in the course of
a year, or a term of years, arid they rep
resent a sorvlce which the electrlc rail
read can largely abolish. But against
this saving must, of course, be set the
cost of the railroads, the electric power
station, the rent of electric wagons and
operating expenses. What would be the
amount? An accurate estimate cannot,
of ceurse be made here, because condi
tions differ se widely in different sections
of the country; but as close a calculation
as The Engineering Magaiine can make
In advance, founded en the cost of the
electric railroads already in ope
ration, warrants it In saying that
probably 00 per cent, of the roadways
in the United States could be equipped
with the necessary track, poles and wires
at a cost of $3,500 per mile.
In a district ten miles square the sur
face that could be served from a single
central station there would be in the
larger part of the union about 100 miles
of railway. Then the total cost of track
for a district ten miles square would be
$350,000, This represents a capitaliza
tion of only $5 te an aero and an annual
interest charge .of only thirty cents per
acre. With a central power station large
enough te eperate nil the wagons or cars
that would be called in use at ene time
in the district, the capitalization need
net be mere than $10 per acre. This
would mean an annual interest charge of
$80 for each 100 acres of land.
It must be conceded that this does net
seem like a very heavy tax when we con
sider the nature of the service retidcred
available, the great saving in the cost
and maintenance of horses and wagons,
the enormous economy of time, and the
greatly enhanced value of improved farm
lands. If tbe interest charge amounted
te 910 per year, nnd the farmers were
themselves chiefly the stockholders of
the electric companies, it would still rep
resent an economy.
A Reliable Man,
M. J. Griner, r Justice of the PcAce
at Print, Mich., says one bottle of Cham
berlain's Celic, Cholera and Diarrheea
Remedy saved his life. He had been
down with bloody flux for three weeks
when he commenced using this medicine.
It seen cured him, and he bclievcs saved
his life. He also says it saved the lives
of three railroad men in that vicinity.
'Squire Grincr is a reliable and conscien
tious man, and whatever he says can be
depended upon. Fer sale by Power &
Reynolds, Druggists.
Kentucky Ceal Lands.
An exchange says: The 05,000 acres of
coal land In Kentucky owned by a syndi
cate headed by Procter Knett has been
purchased by Superior and Duluth peo
ple. Preminent in the deal are the Mcr
ritts, who have made fortunes en the
Mcsaba. The new company's capital
stock is placed at $10,000,000. It will be
gin operations at once. C. K. Lawrcnce
of Superier Is Superintendent of the
work of development. ' The coal is
equal te the Pennsylvania product for
coking. Decks are te be erected in Su
porier, and a distributing point for ceke
made there.
De Yeu Kneur
That a large pcrcontuge of deaths in this
country are caused by consumption and
lung trouble? A little cold neglected In
the beginning often terminates in con
sumption. Every tlme you cough you
incroase the trouble, and an inflamatinn
was seen started, which is difficult te con
trol. There is ene remedy that cures
quickly every kind of a cough. That is
Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure. It is
the best. Are you net entitled te the
beet? Fer sale at Jtte and SOe a bettle at
Power & Reyaekk'a Drugstore.
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Tkk Riley DfMMtte CeeaMuiy em m-
M. E, CJHURCH BURNED
TtUt.MAXDBOXE SEW EDIFICE TAJ
riKjemrmisn HKrtvmm.. i
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Jiefeell Seating the CatueIlte Muliilnt
and "Furnishing! Considerably ZkuHmfed
Vy Fire and Water.
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The new edifice considerably -dMgds
Fire in the M. E. Church.
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by the twin elements, flre and water. 'M
Such in brief, is a story of Thanksgiv
ing morning. , ,
Union Thanksgiving services were tei
uavc been ucia in the new M. E. Uhurch,
Seuth, yesterday morning, and the ceagre
gatiens of the various churches had gath- ,
ercd there iu numbers that completely
filled the building. Rev. Dr. Jehn S. Hays;
Paster of the First Presbyterian Church,
was te Have uelivcred the sorraen. Tbe
services had been begun by the re&dlag."
of the Thanksgiving proclamation of the
President and the singing of one hymn. "
Several noticed that something seemed
te be wrong, and finally a few who were
near saw smoke curling up through the
registers leading from tbe furnace, A
hurried examination was made by the .
sexton which developed the fact that the
fleer was en flre underneath. The facW
was cemmunicated from ene person te,
anether until the whele congregation;"
became aware that the building was.
burning.
All rose te their feet and began prepa
rations te leave. Several gentlemen in
different parts of the room made them
selves conspicuous by their gallant ef- .
forts towards reassuring the ladles and .,
children. All of the means of exit were' j
thrown open and in a few minutes every
person had left the room, which was new ,
thoroughly filled with smoke. There was
net the least confusion, nor the slightest
Indication of a panic, and but few visible
signs of excitement or fright. The geed
sense of all prevailed. Had it net, there '
would doubtless have been serious acci
dents, as se often happen when people
become uncontrollable through fear and. "
excitement. '.
The headquarters of the Washington
Flre Company are but a short distance"
away, and tbe uremen were en the scene
even before the congregation had all left
the building. Tbe ether companies
quickly responded also. Hese was quickly
attached te the neighboring plugs and had
it net been that the flre was concealed
from view and difficult te locate, tbe dam
age' would have been slight. It was
thought that the blaze must be cempara
tively insignificant, and it was net wanted ,
te injure anything with water if it ceuld''
possibly be prevented.
It may have been that seme of the mem-.
bcrs of the church were ever zealous In '
their eagerness te protect the property
from the ravages of the water. Had. the
firemen been permitted te exercise their, -own
Judgment immediately en their ar- .
rival, the consequences would probably
net have been se disastrous.
The smeke seen became se dense that
it was almost imnessiblc te remain inside "?''
and immense volumes rolled through
every window. It was a sad sight te the
crowd which filled the streets outside, a
great many of whom were members of
the church. It was seen evident that the
entire building was deemed unless prompt
measures weie taken. Tbe firemen cut
holes here and there in the fleer, and as
seen as the flames could be reached sev
eral streams of water were directed linnn' . lk
theriTand they were quickly subdued. -,f
llie flre originated from some dc-i ..tl
fectien in the furnace nlrifi. Ten mlnnte . ?
before it became apparent some of the
members were in, the basement and
everything seemed all right. Ne careful
estimate has as yet been made, but It is
net thought that the damage will exceed
$3;000 en both the building and furnish
ings. The building was insured for
$5,000; $3,500 with Duley & Baldwin
nnd $3,500 with Boulden & Parker. On
the furnishings there is no insurance.
The decant carnct en the main fleer la
almost a total ruin, being scorched and ! hi
thoroughly soaked with water. Tbe
pews and ether furniture arc also con
siderably damaged. The beautiful fres
coing was at first thought te have
escaped injury but en closer examination
was found te be rather badly smoked.
The church was only completed during
the past summer and was dedicated en
Sunday, the 0th, Inst., just a little ever.
two weeks age. It was probably the. ,5;
handsomest building of its kind, all Tt,
things taken into consideration, in North-
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ine congregation anu nn unjeci ei aa-- ;,;
mirntinn nf nil tlin nnnnln In tlin rltv. ' 'wfeifi
It is understood that repairs will
begun at once.
Deulite Thanksgiving.
It isn't eften that geed things ceme iu
coupleU, but one of Maysville's most re
spected citizens had the experience yes-!
Trrinp ffnr llin first limn In miiriut
w.."j. w. uw ..aw muiw au ...K.K.J jvniD..
anu ter puniaps me mini (luring uis lougi leugi
lffe, the anniversary of his birth fell ca,
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Thanksgiving Day. Dr. A. H. Wall was
born November 34th, 1810, and yesterday,
was ttta RO4 nnlt.iiMO. ft vJ. .vW.
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propriately observed at his hajMxmg
rosidence en West Frent street, trht
there was a happy gathering and
expressions for the continued gee4
of the Docter. V
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Rev. W. T. SrEAua of
will preach at the Central Pr
Church Sunday eraiag. There wiB '
a congrcfatleBal meeting
after the service. Alee gWMUy-eeheel el '
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p, m. JiveryeM eerrtUUy latitat
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