Pendleton County News


C O V I N G T O N  J O U R N A L

New Series--Vol. VIII, No. 8         COVINGTON, KY., MARCH 20, 1875                Whole No. 380


 PENDLETON COUNTY

 

[Falmouth Independent]

 

    The Boston Mill Company has brought suit against various parties in Pendleton, charging them with appropriating logs, having upon them the Company’s private mark.

 

    The sale of personal property of Mr. W. C. Rule, near this place, on Saturday, was fairly attended and good prices obtained. Corn brought $3.25 por bll. And hogs sold for about 9 cts. per lb.

 

    So far as heard from – and the subject has been pretty freely discussed and opinions expressed – only two citizens of Pendleton believe Beecher innocent.

 

    The school house in District No. 57, in the McKinneysburg precinct, about which some little trouble has been experienced in court, was visited by unknown parties one night last week, and almost made a wreck of.

 

    Col, Brown, Chief Engineer of the Pound Gap Railroad, has returned from Mason county, having finished a preliminary survey in that county. He reports Col. Samuels having tolerably fair success in obtaining subscriptions to the road. Col. Brown is running a line from this place, by way of Brandy Wine Creek to connect with his former survey, the Willow Creek route, at the place of Mr. Jas. Woods.

 

    MARRIED – On the 3rd inst., by Elder J. Bengle, Mr. Perry Ducker to Miss Rosa B. Hymer.

 

    DIED – On the 28th ult. Near Concord Church, Pendleton county, Mrs. Jane Wilson.

 

    BIRTHS – On the 7th inst., to the wife of Beverly Hughes, a daughter.

    Great excitement at the Ed. P. Canes’ on Saturday, Feb., 27. He was seen rushing around in his go-to-meeting best seemingly the happiest man in the neighborhood. It is a girl, and weighs 12 lbs.

  

 

    

   

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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