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
Mill Company has brought suit against various
parties in Pendleton, charging them with
appropriating logs, having upon them the
Company’s private mark.
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
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.
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.
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.
On the 7th inst., to the wife of
Beverly Hughes, a daughter.
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