Pendleton County News

C O V I N G T O N  J O U R N A L

New Series--Vol. IX, No. 5         COVINGTON, KY., MARCH 11, 1876                Whole No. 431



Falmouth Independent


    Rev. H. B. Taylor, late of Maysville, has taken up his residence in Falmouth. He has been employed by the Christian church at this place.


   Three children of Mrs. Nancy Dougherty, living on Grassy Creek, have died of scarlet fever, within three weeks.


    Mr. Jackson Northcutt, of this county, near Knoxville, died of small-pox, one day last week. The deceased was a good and highly respected citizen. He leaves a wife and four children, two of whom are confined with this dreadful disease.

    Small-pox is prevailing in parts of our county. Several cases in the Knoxville neighborhood, on the Bental farm. Great care should be taken to prevent its spread.


    BIRTHS – To the wife of Wm. Routt, a daughter… To the wife of T. L. Harris, of this county, a daughter.














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