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IMha Tnrr.SV.1fl Dlorriie Ct511 Pbrnnff
in St. Leuis.
Thcre Are New Nearly Thirteen Hun-
.dred People Down With It.
Tlie New Cases Number Twe Hundred a
?Day The Death Itntn Smnll, However,
IL. Considering the Number of Cnsea
b. Illvcr Water Net Ilcipenslble.
1 St. Leuis, Nev. 29. The ephlemlc el
typhoid i fever continues te sprend.
r, Over 300 new cases were reported by the
' beard of health Monday. This makes
nearly 1,300 new cases reported since
last Monday. The disease first tnnde
its appoarance about October 1. Fer
6overal days the number of cases was
small, running from 15 te 20 through
the month and un te about Wednesday
J3(' m. a week age, when wc had that big
4 , rain. After that the cases grew rapidly,
jumping from 15 and 20 te 40 ana de a
day, and then te 100, 150, and new ever
200 a day.
During October there were, en a
'rough estimate, net ever 201 cases.
v During the first week of November
u there wcre 80 cases, the second week
5'07 cases, the third week 245 cases, and
last week there were 030 cases. The
incrcase per day for the last six days
has been about as follews: Monday,
150; Tuesday, 110; Wednesday, 157.
Thursday, 101; Friday, 104; Saturday,
', 315. Last week there wcre 85
deaths from typhoid fever, and
, the week before 19. The death
rate, It will be seen, Is quite small,
when the large number of cases is
; considered. The disease has made its
4 appearance in almost every part of the
''city, but has spread most rapidly, and
' ita attacks have been mere severe in the
eastern half of the city lying betweec
.Jofferaen avenue and the river. All the
' local physicians for seme time believed
'that the cause of the epidemic
was the Mississippi river, and the
majority of the inhabitants el
,the city have been boiling their fa
vorite beverage befere using for drink
ing or culinary purposes. Uut Monday
City Chemist Sullivan concluded an
analysis of the river water, en which he
has been at work for ever a week, and
his report was submitted te the beard
of health Monday afternoon. In this
report Mr. Sullivan declares the river
water net guilty. He states that
his examination has utterly failed
te And the "bacillus typhoidie"
existing In the water supply of St
Leuis, and that the water Is com
paratively frce from any germ life that
might threaten the health of the city.
It Is a recognized fact that water used
for drinking purposes may contain up
te 3 per cent of organic matter with
out being dangerous te health, and
Dr. Sullivan's repert will show that
fit. Leuis' water Bupply reveals a
much lower porcentage of organic
matter than the above "safety limit'
The city chemist bolieves that the re-
Bult of his examination should at once
dispel the theory that the city's watci
supply is responsible for the present
prevalence of fever. The doctors will
new be compellod te find seme ethei
cause for the epidemic, which continues
te grew se rapidly In spite of their ef
forts te check it
Meney for Sea Postage.
Washington, Nev. 29. The court eJ
claims gave a decision favorable te the
Pacific Mail Steamship Ce. in its suit
against the United States te recevci
(178,583 additional compensation for the
conveyance from October 8, 1875, tc
September 20, 1885, of mails "Frem San
Francisce te New Zealand, New Seuth
Wales, Queensland and Victeria oth
erwise the Australian Colenics" upon
the ground that the company has net
been paid the full sea postnge en thi
letters, and has been paid nothing en
H'tya"1 .the ether articles contained in the mallt
i!t ref erred te.
VS. ' j
"fifflt v American Qeld Movement.
4 , Londen, Nev. 29 The geld meve
4fv ments in New Yerk ongage the attcn
ti ' tlpn of the Haute Finance in Londen,
Paris and Vienna. The impending
American consignments for Londen are
attributed partly te the continuous
f :-. large sales of American railroad securl-
ties en English account ana partly tc
'"the absorption of geld by Austria in
, connection with the conversion of cur
rency new In progress in that country.
Since November 11 the Austre-Hunga-rian
bank has purchased 4,000,000
worth of geld, chlefly in the open mar
ket in Londen.
'.'. Twe Children Iteaitcul Alive.
-'"'CmpAep, Nev. 29. The frame dwell
'lner of W. L. Dessey, SOEldwoed avenue,
p, v burned Monday morning. In the fire
jr-w two children were roasted alive and
V ' two adults seriously hurt The dead
b; are: Alice Dessey, thrce years old; Cltf
Is ford Desscy, b!x years old. Injured:
-'Mrs., W. L. Dessey, severely burned
& . .. . M T Tt
..about tne nccic nnu iagu; unities nuuuuy,
owner of the building, badly cut bv
TV iim An Alleced Umbeziler.
Chicago, Nev. 29. An alleged embez-
L&. element of f 23,000 from Rand, MeNqllj
& Ce., the publishers, ,was brought u
L light Monday by en attempt en the
ft part of the accused, 0. It. Williams, tc
v dlsnose of real estate at auction. The
t'f sole was prevented by an attachment
jt Williams was, unui recently, at tnemeau
l$v of one of Rand, McNally & Ce, 'a de
Pf, Condemnod .Murderer Attempt Suicide.
FiTTsnunciH, re., rnev. w. Angcie
and Jeseph Zappe, sentenced te hang
for the murder of i'ranic iieimstettcr,
k.attempted te dash thelr brains out
gainst Uie prison wans alter Doing
taken bnck te thelr cells in the county
P; jail. Deth men were seriously injured,
: but were detected ueiore accomplishing
(leu. Custer's rmiher Dead,
ft MOiw, lch.. JNev. w. ivwaauei
L' ,, atMir tti tb kW G. aergc
Cutter, m uvmm Mfftwy mr, sum
t h rUwae et M en, Ktvla J,
C4w, U rMPMMvilk. TV auiMia
Ite Deein't Step at Civilian, lint llebs
Kven Little Children aud Policemen.
Chicago, Nev. 29. The mounted
highwayman who created treuble at
thq north end of the city last week has
transferred himself te Clyde, Berwyn
and Rlverside suburbs, lu the south
western part of Chicago. Out there
the lene bandit has taken com
plete possession of the reads, and
poverty Binltcs every man who
meets him. Monday the police met
him, and he robbed the police Monday
morning he met a ten-year-old boy, and
made him glve up fifty cents. Then he
came in contact with another boy, who
did net have a cent, and he allowed this
yeungster te go after turning his pock
ets inside but Next .7. M. .Meycrs, ei
the town of Lyens, paid two dollars for
the privilege te keep en living. Fred
erick Sellers and Frederick Crew, of
Riverside, drove up behind a
horseman whom they had never
seen before, nnd it cost them
$0.50. The robber wheeled his horse
across the read in front of them, and
compelled them te give up what they
had.by threatening them with a re
volver. Jehn Koefe, a policeman, and
William Ryan, were the next te meet
trouble. Ryan lest $1.00, but he would
have lest mere If he had had it Kcofe
had no money, but he lest his rovelvcr
and his reputation, which was ull he
carried with him at the time.
The Mnyer of Itevotiue Offlcl.il Demur
te Ilelng Tried by the United State.
Nashville, Tenn., Nev. 29. The U.
S. court was in session Monday, Judge
L. M. Key presiding. The most inter
esting matter thatcame up was the case
of A. J. Patrick, Morgan Petty, James
Epps and Nash J. Cooper, charged with
the murder of Revenue Ofllcers Spurrier,
Cnrdwell and Mather, in Lincoln coun
ty, six weeks age. An Indictment was
found by the federal grand jury against
the four men for murder in the iirst de
gree. The case came up Monday In the
shape of a demurrer, the ground being
that the U. S. court had no right te try
a prisoner for murder when the offense
wns committed at a point in the juris
diction of the state. J. II. Helmes, of
Faycttevllle, made the argument in
favor 61 the demurrer. District Attorney
Ruhm resisted the demurrer, and cited
authorities showing that the federal
"eurts could try for murder when a fed
eral efllcer was killed in the discharge
of his eillcial duty. Judge Key reserved
his decision till Tuesday.
Duel With ShetRUiiH.
Evansville, Ind, Nev. 29. Ofllcer
Michael Kelly, of the police force, re
ceived a message Monday evening sum
moning him te the bedside of his
brother, Jehn Kelly, at Francisce, Ind.
The only particulars learned were that
Monday afternoon, Leuis Watklns,
a colored man, and Jehn Kelly fought
a duel with repeating shotguns. Kelly's
gun missed flre, and Watklns fired a lead
of buckshot into Kelly's bowels. Beth
men wcre drinking. The wounded man
can net recover.
Will l'leud Insanity.
DAVnNl'OiiT, la., Nev. 29. The line of
defense of Goe. L liagley, who robbed
the United States Express Ce. of $100,
000, is telerubly certain te be insanity.
Judge Rothcreck, of the Iowa supreme
court, has set that movement well en
feet atterneys are collecting all pos
sible evidence in that direction. Hag
ley was te have been called te plead
Monday, but this has been deferred till
French Cabinet i(clgna.
Paihs, Nev. 29. The French cabinet
resigned Monday and their resignation
was accepted. The crisis was the re
sult of the Panama canal affair. A
deputy raised the question of the death
of Baren Rcmach's de'ath and intimated
that it was a sham and the ceflln was
empty. He demanded a pest-mortem
which was refused by the government
by a vote of 201 te 219.
liny Killed by a i Klectrle Car.
t Cincinnati, Nev. 29. Albert Hart,
Jeseph Wright and August Sauer, uge
about 14 years, Monday evening were
returning from work. They "stele" a
ride en a "drag" wagon. In crossing
Elm strcet at Fifteenth the wagon was
run into by a Celeraln avenue electric
trafn. Wright and Sauer wcre killed
instantly. Hart escaped with bruises.
TmTTTt Henry S. Ive Married.
New Yerk, Nev. 29. Henry S. Ives
was married in Lockport a wcek age
Sunday te Miss 1Ielen Gertrude Sears,
of that city. The neB of the marriage
reached New Yerk Monday. Even Ives'
most Intimate friends knew nothing bf
the affair. ,
lien and Meluckle Surrender.
PiTTsnuiieH, Pa., Nev. 29. Hugh
Ress and ex-Burgess Jehn McLuckic,
the Homestead strike leaders who have
been missing ever since the charges of
murder and treason wcre preferred
ugaiust them, returned te the city Mon
day and surrendered te the sheriff.
New Yuelit for Vanderbllt.
Londen, Nev. 29. Early in July of
next year Messrs. Laird, of Birkenhead,
will deliver lnte'the hands of Mr. Van
derbllt a new yacht, which is destined
te be superior In every particular te the
late Alva, which new lies at the bottom
of Leng Island Sound.
Emigrant Must 8wear.
QuKKNBTOWNt Nev. 29. In accordance
with the new emigration laws of the
United States, all of the emigrants
booked for passage in the Cunard steam
ship Auranla took an oath befere a
magistrate Monday that they were go
ing te Jein relatives in America.
New Peruvian MlnUter.
Valparaiso, Nev. 29. The appoint
ment of Canavere, by Peru, as mlnlstei
te the United States is regarded bv
Chilian officials as an attempt en the
part of Peru te endeavor te enlist the
sympathy of the United States te pre
vent any dlspute with Chili.
WAauiSQTOrr, Nev. 29. James G.
Maine, jr., aald Monday oveulhg
"Fatitr b delmr Hleely, H was ur
mrala te-Aay awl evle arewtd ttw.
MOW. W MW V47 wok ylMl with
Proposal Submitted by Roths
child te the Conference.
He Argues that Bi-Metallism in Eng
land is Absolutely Impossible,
And Pucffest a Generally Extonded Use of
Silver itethechlUI Dee net Claim That
III Proposal Will Prove a Solution,
lint That It Mill De Palliative
BhULLs, Nev. 29. M. De Roths
child's proposals wcre submitted te the
Monetary cenference Monday after
noon. They cover eleven printed oc oc
taeo pages. M. De Rothschild argues
at great length that bi-metalllsm in
Great Britain is absolutely impossible,
and suggests that the question arises
whether it is net possible te extend the
use of silver generally, und by this
means assist in checking a further fall
M. De Rothschild said he did net
claim that his proposals would preve a
final solution of the question, but he
did claim that they would preve a pal
liative. Summed up, his proposals are
that America should continue her
present purchase of silver, and the
European powers should combine te
buy up nn amount equal te 5,000,000
sterling yearly for five years ,at 43d. If
silver should rise above that price the
purchases are te be immediately sus
pended. It Is expected that the proposals will
be referred te a committee. The Pertr
uguesc delegates have been instructed
by their government te net in harmony
with the British representatives.
The document submitted by Alfred
dc Rothschild said in part:
"I fcel that a geld standard in Eng
land is the only possible one, and .if wc
consider that her whele commerce and
a great part of that of ether coun
tries, is carried en by bills of
exchange en Londen, which are nat
urally payable in geld, it must be ad
mitted that the world generally trans
nets business en a geld bnsis, and that
a double standard, with the exception
of a very modified form, does net exist
even in these countries professing te
pay in oither metal. Whatever na na
tielial agreement should be made, and
whatever ratio should be established,
geld alene will always be chosen as the
favorite medium of settling large debts,
or making large remittances. It would
be impossible te remit large sums of
silver abroad, owing te the bulk. Geld
would be Bent even If it had te be bought
at a premium.
Referring te the depreciation of sil
ver, he 6ald In additien: "Germany's
action in 1873, and the action of Italy,
Russia and of Austria in amassing geld,
is conclusive proof of the appreciation
of great European countries of the ad
vantage of a geld standard. I can net
deplore the ability, of Indian exporters
te send wheat te England simply bc bc
cause it interferes with the British
farmer. I held that wheat at 30s in
stead of 45s is a blessing rather than
otherwise. However, I think that the
fall In the price of certain commodities
is due te overproduction, chieily owing
te the development of new regions, and
te the increased facilities of communi
cation, enabling products te be placed
nt low prices in European markets.
Apart from ether considerations it
seems te me that a universal arrange
ment of the currency question is impos
sible. As the wealth, reseurces and ex
penditures of no two countries are
alike, it will be Imposslble te carry en
the trade of the world en a sound,
stable basis if the debtor was allowed
the option of paying in whichever cur
rency suited him. Although I hepe I
have shown that bi-mctallism is impos impes impos
slbeo In England, the question arises
whether or net it is pessible te extend the
use of silver, thereby stepping a further
fall and its disastrous consequences,
whereof it is imposslble te foresee, I
thcrufore submit the proposal, net as an
absolute, lasting remedy, but as a pal
liation." "If you approve the plan," snid Mr.
Rothschild, "you can make a supple
ment te It in nny way you think proper
before submitting it te your govern
ments. I think that such an arrange
ment will give general satisfaction. I
believe that our American friends will
find it acceptable. I see no objection te
silver being made, a legal-tender in
England up te five pounds. I believe
that the proposal will be well received
in.India. The bulk of the population
will recognize that no material alter
ation Is suggested, while the merchants
and bankers will knew that the ex
changes are given a stability which will
remain undisturbed during a peried
of flve years. Unstable exchange,
mero than depreciation of the rupee,
Is the chief factor of complaint in
India. The geld market will also be
relieved, as only European appeals will
be made thereto for a long time, and ns
south Africa Is increasing her output of
geld, tlus arrangement suggested will
enable Russia nnd Austria te complete
purchases without unduly interfering
with the money market. If the confer cenfer cenfer
eneo adjourns without having ac
complished any definite result it will
cause a fall in silver frightful te con
template. It will cause a monetary
panic, of which it Is Impossible te fore
tell the far-spreading effects.
"I nllude te India because the cessa
tion of the India demand for silver or a
material decllne In the rupee, owing te
Bpcclflc legislation, would materially
affect net only the savings of hundreds
of millions of pcople, but the value of
silver generally. I thoreforo hepe for
your ultimate approval, ns, although
it may be urged that countries net be
interested na England and India are
expected te nmke sacrifices, I yet be
lieve Unit what la best for the world
generally must preve best ferindlvldual
'the (luvoruer Ayaln mi Uuty.
CeLViuius, O., Nev. 20. Gov, Me-
IClnley returned te hU ertlce Monday
f.fternoe), after a WMk'a absence in
Canten atttlaf WU t atktr U kl Uut
Gathered Frem All Part of the Cenntry
It is officially announced that the
English parliament will meet for busi
ness en January 31.
Frank G Bancroft, of New Bedford,
Mass., has signed as business manager
of the Cincinnati baseball club for next
There will be a meeting of tobnceo
growers of northern Flerida at Marl
aiyia, December 15. The object is te
organize a State Tobacco Growers as
sociation. President Graves, of the defunct Com
mercial bank, of Dubuque, la., has ar
rived from Arizona te stand trlul for
making false reports te the controller
Mrs. Jehn Stuch, her son, Jeseph, and
Henry Norwick, a laborer, are under
arrest at Hei ten, Kas., charged with
the murder of Paul Sweitllck, a brother
of Mrs. Stach.
The eillcial returns from all the coun
ties in Tennessee have been received by
the secretary of state. Fer president
the vote is: Cleveland, 130,47"; Hnrri
sqn, 09,073; Weaver, 23,022; Bidwell,
At Duluth, Minn., a steam pipe burst
Monday morning en beard the steamer
Hiram It. Nixon, instantly killing Wm.
McNulta, fireman, and Wm. Brooks, an
elghUyear-eld' boy, who was standing
By a decision of the U.iitel States su
preeo court Monday, Edward W. Hal
linger, under sentence of death in the
jail of Hudsen county, N. J., will be
hanged unless executive clemency is
The beard of aldermen, constituting
the beard of canvassers, Monday Hied
with the county clerk the eillcial count
of New Yerk city. It shows Cleveland's
exact plurality te be 70,294; Gilreys,
for mayor, 75,537.
Bernard Schafcr, a German, living in
the southern part of St Leuis, com
mitted suicide Monday nficraoen. The
deed was caused by despondency ever
the less of $3, which he had but en Har
Frank Garvin, the newspaper artist
who murdered his bride. Cera Redputh
Garvin, at Pittsburgh, en account of
her supposed unfaithfulness, was Mon
day morning sentenced te nine years In
At Des Moines, la,, Gee. Drake, 'a
traveling man, went home and found
his wife with nn 18-year-old boy, the
son of respectable parents, nnmed Oscar
Lambert. A struggle ensued at once,
and Drake shot Lambert, inflicting a
A well-knert'n Hoosier democrat is
authority for the statement that the
Indiana sanaters "have agreed" that
Ex-Gov. Isaac P. Gray shall be post
master general and Samuel P. Morss,
editor of the Indlnnapelis Sentinel,
shall be consul general te Londen.
Cincinnati, Nev. 29.
Fledu Winter patent, t3.T5ai.15. fancy,
WSOaaW: iTimlly, J2.45ft2.CS; extra, ti 1023 25;
low grade. 81.M' 2.00; spring patent, N,2iS-50;
spring fancy, 53.CO i a&'i. spring family, S3.00
SJ3.-I0. Rye Heur, 13 403.60. UucUwheat, K.00
Wheat Geed Ne. 2 red was held at 71c, with
buytTH nt J0c: Na 3 red quotable ut CflQCgc, ao ae ao
cerUlns te quality
Ceh.n Ne. 2 white being held at 45c and
Na 2 yallew and Na 2 mixed nt 41c, buyers'
views being about He lower en the bullc of
offerings. Ear wns quotable at 40U45c, strict
ly fancy samples bclug held at the outside
Oats The demand was geed for caBh offer
ings nnd the ranrket ruled firm. Na 2 whlte
quotable at 88339c, nnd Na 2 mixed at 3530c,
accerd.ng te quality.
Kvc Was dull and nominal at 53251c for Ne.
1 Ne sales reported te-day.
Cattle Uxrert steers, f4.65l.85: fair te
geed shippers, i4.00i4.65. Oxen: Geed te choice,
taJ034.25; common te fair, ti.00&25; select
butcher, (4 0034.25; fair te geed, t3.tt)a0O;
common, 22.rXKlT2.75. nelfcrs' Geed te choice
heavy, M.8SI3 7S: poed te choice light, 53.000
160. common te fair, l.7522 75.
VF.AI. CAU'w-Commen nnd large, t3 007j
500; ntrte poed licht, f3.SOTa.00. extra, tt 25.
Her.s Silcct heavy and prime butcher, 15 75
"MB, fair te geed packing, 45,805.75. most
sties, (U6.Vi5.iO. common and reigh, !5.I0
5.50. fair te geed light, e5.3Ji5.50: fat pigs, ?5.0)
SnetP AND Lamu Sheep Wethers, ira757&
4.60. fat ewes, 3.60&J.25; oemmon tefaIrmix,d,
2.50',a25. ambs: Geed te choice. tl.MS5.00;
common te fair. S3.503l.2k
New Yeiik, Nev. 29.
W'heat Ne. 2 red very dull, sh'ide easier and
steady; December, 77e;May, 83J4C
ItYE Quiet and weak; western, SY53ci
HAhlky Dull and steady; western, r5$SJc;
Na 2 Terente, SlftMc.
Cern Na 2, very dull and firm; December,
50c: May. 53ic. Na 2. WliSiyc.
Oats Na S, dull and steady; May, 40j,c;
western, 354404c. '
PiTTsncnen, Nev. 2J.
Cattle Market active, and lOe te 25c higher
than last week's prices en all desirable grades;
25 cars cattle shipped te New Yerk.
Itoes Market active; Philadelphia, 5.W3
6.00; Yorkers, f5.W35.75; 23 cars of hogs wcre
shipped te New Yerk.
Siiekp Market active and stronger ou geed
sheep nnd lambs; common and medium un
changed from last week's prices.
IULtimeiie, Nev. 29.
Wheat Slendy; Ne. 2 red, spot, 73H 3'jc;
November, 73ViJ73!c; December, 73iji373Ue;
January, 75Vii(j75ic; May, 81h3&lXc: steamer
Ne. 2 red, CSHebid; milling wheat 72a77e.
Cekn Firm; mixed spot, 4939v4e: Novem
ber, 49e bid, year 43V3,i9c; January, 43H'4Se;
Februnry, 48,Se bid; Mey, 61c bid; steamer
mtxed,47e bid; white corn by sample, K3fj 143Hej
yellow corn bysarapte, 47K39c
Oats Firm and-steedy; Na 2 white, western,
3c asked; Na 2 mixed western, 33 H 339c.
Chicago, Nev. 29.
Flo nn and Guain. Cash Quotatiens: Fleur
dull and neratnallyunchanRcd. Ne.2 sprlngwbeat
fie; Na S sprln? wheat, tie: Na S red, 72ej
Na Scorn, 42'jc: Na 2 eats, Slh'e: Na 2 white,
S5e: Na 3 white, 33H33IHe; Na 2 rye, 49)(c: Na
i barley, 07c; Na 3, f , e. a, 49 700 ; Na 4,
f. a a S&SMe; Ne. 1 flaxseed, f 1.00.
1'mLAPKi.rniA, Nev. 89.
Wheat Quiet: Ne. 3 red in expert elevator
Ue; de December, 71Hc; Na 2 red November
Cehn Ituled steady under light offerings, but
lemand quite moderate Na S yellow in grata
lopet 49e; Na 8 mixed In expert eluvater 4tUe;
Na 8 mixed November, 4934(H&
Oats Na 3 white In 'fair demand, and firm,
but Na 3 whlte and mixed eats move! tdewly
nd ruled in buyer' favor; future V(e higher
under light offerings; Na 8 mixed S8Vie; Na 3
white 4J'ti Na i white, t3VO3e Na 8 whlte
Tolsde, Nev. 29,
Wheat Flrmt Na 8 cah, November and
Dcceinbor.TIHei May, 800.
COHN-Klrmi Ne. 3 cash, t3ei Ne, 8, 2e; April,
ttiic May, 4-TUC
OATi-uleti cash, 35c,
KrDl4i eta, Wc,
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State National Bank
CAPITAL STOCK $200,000
DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
C. B. l'KAitcK, Cashier.
W. It. Cox, President.
Jno. I'ilks, Vice-President.
Alien A, Edmonds,
helic Lirais EnLsna,
ORDEKS SOLICITED FOR
THAT CAN BE
will contlune te repnlr Watches, C!eckf-nnd
Jewelry nt Illakunoreuitu's old stnnd. ect71m
FALL SHAPES NOW READY.
Shirts Made te Order.
Academy of the Vlsltatlon-Beardlm?
and Day Scheel for Yeiw Ladies.
Thin luttltutlen liai n lilifh reputation for lu
many mlvniitaiiv and thoreuiin eduentlnn In
every branch. The Muileal Department U
under the-direction of u irraduate or a noted
oeHiervatorr. (lennnii and Kclcctle Sytrtera
of UmwtniruitRht taw. fjMid pupUa will be
tralneO liy jhe rolnt-prtet H't'' JE5LrJS1PI
ana ether in fnr4ttw iMy te filBTVMt OF
I - -
Mayer E. E. rcaree, Jr .
City Clerk., Martin A, O'Hare
Collector and Treasurer . ... It. A. Oechraa, Jr
Manual Jamou HefllE .
Assosger A.N. Hut,
Weed nnd Cenl Inspector William Davtet
City Proeecutor J.N.Kehee '
City Physician Dr.C.O.Owene ,
City Undertaker Q. A. Means tc Beb
Keeper Almshouse Mrs.Snrah EJSnpp
Meet Ftrft Thumlau Evening in Each Menth.
William H. Cox, President.
(1) W. H. Cox.
(3) Cennrd Itudy,
(-) M. F. Kehee,
(3) O. II. Ponrce, Jr.
(1) E. W. Fltzperald,
(2) H. It. Ulerbewer,
(3) L. C. IJatterman.
0) Thes. M. Weed.
(2) Kebcrt FIcklln,
(3) II. L. NeweU.
(1) Goe. C Fleming:
(2) II. T. Haulman;
(1) Gee. Pchreeder,
(3)lUif us Drrdcn.
The figures Indlcate the number or years J
ench Councilman has te serve from January,"'1?
Confldence I)dKO Ne. 53 Meeta first Mbn
aay nljrb tin each month.
Mtieen tedge Ne. 342 Meets sedend Monday
nlirht In each month.
Mayavllle Chanter Ne. O-Meets third Mon
day nljrlit In each month.
MiivbvIIIe Ceramandery Ne. JO- Mcetsfeurth"
Monday niKht In each month. ,
niDhtCnIb Ledfe'0 Ne 13-Me e" uvery Tuesday
in v "f "h Ui Led!0 Ne- 27-Meeta every Wcdnts- !
Iki9irflt Knnntnnmnrtf V, n rAj,t. ...
nnd leurth Mondays In everv month.
I'nnrnn Un Hnt,llln .-. ....
ni;,v., it. , f "" '"""') -mccis tnira enday
nlirht In each month. -
Friendship Lodtre Ne. 42, D. of It.-Mects
first Monday nltrht in each month.
Limestone LedRe Ne. 36 Meets every Frldr.y
Maysvlllc Division Ne. 6, U. It -Meets first
Tuesday In every mentn.
P. O. s. A.
Washington Cump Ne.3 Meets everyThurs .
a. a. n.
.."JTJ'1 "f'scr Pest Ne. 13-Mcets first and
third Saturdays in each month. -
M. C. Htitchlns CamD Ne. 2. 8. or V. Meet
first nnd third Wednesday's of the month.
fn,iSha8, K.0,lef. Cor!?s-Ieets second and
fourth Saturdays In each month.
k. or n.
.i.M,li5vn,. IiOdK0 Ne- 2W8.-Mcets first nnd
third Tuesdnys In each month.
St. Patrick's Ilonevelont -Society Meets
every second Sunday. '
Sodality el the It. V. M. Meets every Sun
rather Mathew Total Abstinence Society Society
Meets first Sunday In each month.
Ancient Order of Hibernians-Meets third
Sunday in each month.
Knights or St. Jehn-Mcqts every Tuesdar'
n?.a" USIlcf Society-Meets first Monday
nlftht In each month. ,
wA?ala, Ledrr,l N?' ' F-A- M.-Meis second
ednesdny night in each month.
Mt. Herraen Chapter Ne. 8, It, A. M. Meets
second Friday in each month. .
r?Btin& Cammandery Ne. e, K. T.-Meets7 i
fourth Friday in each mouth.
e. v. e. e.' f. . .
..niTi'S ?ar tfl0. Ne' 1WB.-Meets first':'
and third Friday night In each month.
Household of lluth Ne. 37.-Meets second.
Ihursduy nlpht In each month. ""
DAUOIITEKS Or THE TABEKNACLE.
TCMnKi0 ".'erTHbernacIoNe. P0. Meets first
A,u.cunj in UH1.-11 xijenin.
DAUOIITEKS OP THE OOOD 8AJIAniTAN.
Ejans Ixxlge Ne. O.-Meets first Wednesday
night In each month. '
V. B. r.
flnnrf Will Tn,l v in , .- . n..
day and third Wednesday night In each month. -"
Vnilntr'fl Tnmntn X i. f . ...
err;" -"." ti. -'ulib ursi .nenaay
night In ench month. v
a. a. r.
McKlnnevnii Pest Ne. lra.-Meets fourth Sat ' '
urdn night In ench month.
Weman's Keller Cerps Ne. Sfc.-Meets first "
Tuesdar In each month.
l,0,n A. E. Cele, Judjre ..... Maysvlllc
J. H.ballee. Commonwealth Att'y... Mayavllle
Allan D. Cele. Muster Commissioner. Mays ville
. Court Mett '
Masen -At Mnysvllle.Tucsdny after the sec
ond Mendny In January, April, July and Octo
Flemlng-At Flemlngsbuvg, third Monday in'
May and Nercmher. '
Urecmi At Greenup, fourth Monday In
Febrimrj nnd August.
Lewis At Vanceburg second Monday In
June and December.
Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday after third
Mendny in September and teurth Monday In
March. - i
MASON COUNTY COUUT.
Meet iSeciind MeiuUiy Oi Each Menth.
Thes. It. Phlstcr.Preslding Judge.. MarsYlllff.
Charles I). Newell, County Attorney. Mayavllle '
T. M. Peurce. Clerk Mavarllle
Jehn W. Alexander, SherllT.. Maysvllle i
J.CJeirersenl-r, J JIaysllckt
Sam P. PorlnefUc',u,ie81 Mnysvllle
Kebcrt C. Kirk. Jailer Maysvllle
Jehn I) Iteo, Corener Maysvllle
Jehn C. Everett, Assessor Maysvlile .
O. W. Illattermnn. Scheel Sup't Maysvllle
LQunrterly Court meets Tuesday after the'-.
seceim .Memmy in iarcn, june, septemeenj
nnd Docember. and has civil Jurisdiction te
the ninpiint of fS00. j,'
Maysvlile Ne. 1. Jehn I. Grant, Magistrate,
holds court the first Tuesday in each month.
Jacob Mlller, Magistrate, holds court the
teurth Tuesday In each month. Wm. I). Daw
Maysvllle Ne. 2.-T. J. Pickett, Magistrate
holds court the tlrst Saturday In each month.
William Pepper. Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Saturdny In each month, J, I). McNutt. -Constable.
Dever Jnmes Earnhar and Frank Luns Luns
fenl. Magistrates, held courts en the first and
thlni N eiinesdnya In March, June, September
nnd December. Jehn Kunyen, Constable.
Minerva O. N. W enver nnd Jeseph M. Dynr,
Magistrates, held courts en the first and third
Thursdays In March, June, September nnd
December. William E. King, Cen3table. ,'
Oormnntewn Loslle II.Mannen nnd Wm'. Li
Woodward, Magistrates, held courts en thsJ
flrct Wrlilni- nnH thlnl Antllrflai- In XfefH,h .
June, September and December. WlUiaui ,
Feul, iX)nstatne, ,
Snrdls-I. M. Hall hnd James II. Grlgsby,
Magistrates, held courts en the second ana ,
fourth Saturdays lu March, June. September
and December. A. J. Suit. Constable
Maysllck Charles W. Williams and J. I). '
llayraen 1, Magistrates, held courts en the eco
nnd and fourth Fridays In March. June. fee-
lumber and December. James It. Itobersen. -Vi"
Lewlsbnrg Isaac L. Mcllvaln and Jescpa
M. Alexandcr, Magistrates, held courts en IM
second and fourth Thursdays In March, Jube,
September and Docember. S. M. Strode, C-s-
Orangelmrg-M. D. Farrew and Ijwls Mt
Cellls, Magistrates, held courts en the ftm
Saturdny and last Monday In March, Jum,
September and December. W. H. Coryell,
Washlngten-Edwanl llelfjy and Arthur T.
Weed, Magistrates, held courts en the fourth
Tuesdays and third Wednesdays In March
June, September and Docember. Geerge 0.
Geugln, Coustnbie. .
Mrphysvllli-jehn K. Wells nnd V?. TT.
wortningten, Magistrates, neia courts OS '
four in MemutysiinatniruTiiurtidays in mm
June, Beptember and Decern be r. M. T.
Fern Uiaf-Barauel E. MAStln and PewtMl
uweni, wmimrHtei, nom oeurts or tM mm
and fourth 8nturdyslii,JiMtuH
bar and Dwem ber. ChareWivlln.
. HeUma-Wllllare lAittrall mh! Je
HMMian, MftsrmraiM. mm i
rmil a4 fourth Wtimriihiri w !
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