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The Ticket Covington, KY, April 28, 1877

 

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          An ordinance has been passed by the City Council prohibiting persons from throwing ashes, &c., on the street, or obstructing the sidewalks or streets.

          Rev. Mr. Jordan, pastor of the Baptist church, has been holding a successful protracted meeting for the past week.

          The Court of Appeals has granted George W. Jones a new trial, and the prisoner has been released from custody, his bail being fixed at $500.

          A Baby Show, under the immediate supervision of the editor of the Independent, is announced, and Geo. Dawson heads the list with the first entry, twins, a girl and boy.

          Three hundred school children reported in the First District.

          $239,200 is the total valuation of taxable property in this town.

 

 

         

The Ticket Covington, KY, April 30, 1877

 

The residence of Mr. Isaac Middleton, near Knoxville, in Pendleton county, was destroyed by fire yesterday. It was a two-story frame house, and valued at two thousand dollars. It was supposed to be the work of an incendiary.

       

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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