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Orangeburg C. K. llpss.
SprlneiMle G. C. Degman.
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notices or jmlUkal arguments.
Allen Wright, an old man, while com
ing from church Sunday, was knocked
down and badly bruised by a runaway
There was great excitement here Sat
urday ever the election for Scheel Trustee.
One of the candidates was a Methodist
and the ether was a Reformer, but the
Reformer get there.
Children's Day was observed here Sun
day at the M. E. Church, Seuth, by the
Sunday-school. There, was a very large
crowd present, and the singing and reci
tations were all splendid.
Squire Grigsby of Sardis yisited C. C,
Dcgman rids week.
C. G. Dcgman visited in Fleming sev
eral days this week.
Miss Sallie Smith of Maysville is visit
ing friends and relatives here.
Q. M. frumbe of Dever is here look
ing after his property interests.
Belle Lunsford returned en Friday
from a two weeks' visit te Dever.
Mrs. Lucy Burke pf Hanging Reck is
visiting' her sister, Mrs. Albert Emmens.
The terrible rain of Tuesday did great
damage te our community, destroying
growing crops, washing away fences, &c.
Lightning struck near the residence of
Jehn Butcher one day recently. Mr.
Butcher and his wife were severely
stunned by the shock.
The Mt. Olivet Drivers' Association is
preparing for various kinds of races and
spprts at their track en July 4th.
Miss Beatrice Pollitt and Tem Russell
of Maysvllle spent Sunday in Mt. Olivet
with Mrs. Samuel Helmes, sister of Miss
Charles Sparks, ex-Sheriff, whose name
has, been before the, public, we under
stand jjlins decided te raaku the race fen
Sheriff in November against D. M. Re
veal. Prof. R. Hi Keys is issuing a catalogue
for the Mt. Olivet Male and Female Acad
emy which will open early in Septembcr
'vcltli elir tnnntmra TVnf TTetrfl nmenta tn
vN have fifty bearding pupils.
In the suit of Wilsen, receiver for Rob Reb
, crtsen county, against ex-Sheriff Linville
and sureties, decided by Judge Arthur
last November, declaring the Linville
bpndtakqn by Juflge Tilton, defective,
thus relieving Linville, &c, from all re
sponsibility, has been reverscd by the
Court of Appeals.
The event of last week was the Second
Annual Reunien of the Philemathcan Lit-
a . .
crary Society at. the Mt. Olivet Hetel en
s Friday evening, the 3d inst. Fifty-four
covers were sprcau anu me occasion was
Indeed " a feast of reason and flew of
soul." Dr. W. S. Chandler responded te
the. toast, "Absent Philemalbcans."
.Rebert Buckler welcomed " Our Guests."
Judge N. A. Tilton, as ene of the guests,
answered Mr. Buckler in a neat and ap
propriate impromptu address that has
received many compliments. Themas
Weed toasted "Youngs Men." J, IL
Knuttner. a visitor from Georgetown,
raga'ed the assemblage with some practi
cal remarks and anecdotes. Samuel
Hiimw's subject was "Self-reliance."
,Frpf, W. R. Chandler recalled "Reminis-
and J, J. Osberne speke upon
'Ufirlca'j Future." Samuel Thrpck Thrpck
Bftwten, A. 8. Rice, Dick Wilsen and
otters, .toasted " Weman, Levely Wo We
WW J. W. Morrison read the "Pbile.
Mfitlwaa Aiauual." W C. Darning was
T44ater. Geed b,bIc wm discoursed
tkAWybdut tb eviBg' The bsbbu; was
rirtBfjtU, Um floral deerartleas exteMive
mmI th spMeliM were ia aewlee inferior.
' u: ' VVMI t-r
Alfred Tuel bad a line colt te get hung
by the bridle-rein ami choke te death.
Hen. G. W. Dye has geno te-Minneapolis
te the National Republican Con
vention. Walter Barrett and Miss Lizzie A.
Cplllns. yore married one day last week
by Rev. G, K JeUy.
The Children's! Day, services in theM.
E. Church -Sunday was in every way a
success. The day was fl'ne and the con
gregation large. The parts were forcibly
spoken. What was said was interesting
and instructive. The collection amounted
te $ 0 80.
The school election passed oil very
.There has been three applicants for our
Miss May Ilerd is visiting in Lexington
Colllna.Bres. lest a valuable horse the
last week from a snag.
Bern. Saturday night te tup wife of
Martin O'Neal, a fine boy.
Rely Kirkland qf Bethel was in this
neighborhood last week.
Ira Pylc3 and wife from near Washing Washing
iten' visited relatives in Helena Sunday.
Miss Bessie Worthington and Garrett
of Mayslick visited in Helena Sunday.
A scries of meetings will begin in the
Millcrcck Christian Church the second
Sunday in July.
Mrs. William Chappcll of Maysville was
the guest of Mrs. Rebert Cook of Helena
the first of the week.
Don't forget that the ladies of the
Helena Mite and Missionary Society will
give an open session in the M. E. Church
Saturday night, June 11th. Strawberries
and ice creain will be served. Exercises
begin promptly at 8 o'clock.
Jehn L. Chamberlain of Maysville was
Quite a number of W. F. Brittain's
friends called en him Saturday.
Len Pigg and his sister Miss Jennie of
Heward attended church here Sunday.
Levi Colburn and wife of Stenclick
were here Sunday te hear Elder Degman
Charles Bacen has returned from
Dwlght, 111., looking se well that his
friepds scarcely knew whether he is
Charley or net,
The colored Methodists of we don't-know-where
had a basket-meeting in
Charleston Bettem last Sunday. They
will try it. again next Sunday, and expect
te have a big day. The river towns will
be represented as well as theso back in
Your correspondent is thankful te these
who voted for him. last Saturday for
Scheel. Trustee, and mere than thankful
te thpsa who did net. Leenard Burnett
was elected. Our neighbors in the Bot Bet Bot
ten district had four candidates in the
flc)d, every one of them Democrats.
Isaac Peggs, Charles Cenlin,, Weeden.
Fester and.Charles.Peers. They all came
very near being elected. The two latter,
gentlemen get the plums.
Last Sunday morning Sam, the fifteen-
year-old son of Kelly Buchanan, living
in the bottom, concluded that-he would
dig into a Sandbank after a king fisher's
nest. When he had gotten several feet
into the bank it gave way above and
"birdnest Samuel was four feet under
ground looking for China. A younger
brother notified the old gentleman. By
this time Elasha Meran and W. C. Marsh
wejc en hands and assisted in rescuing
the boy. He was taken out mere dead
than alive, but finally came te himself,
however, and will be a wiser and abetter
boy in the future.
Elder T. P. Degman preached here
Sunday, and spent the day with the
writer. Tem and I were raised boys to
gether up in the Cabin creek hills and
went te school te several different teach
ers, but none that we feel mere proud of
than that tried and true man, 'Squire W.
J. Tully of Springdale. In the fall of
1864 we concluded we wanted te see the
"elephant," or at least what was left of
him. Each of us being sixteen years old
we went te Maysvllle and volunteered in
Company H, Fifty-fourth Kentucky.
We put en the blue for one year, but be
fore the year was out Tem was promoted
te Corporal and pronounced a ceuple of
darkies man and wife down in Beuthcrn
Kentucky in a way that would .threw
'Squire Beaslcy In the shade. But what
a change in twenty-seven years! We, as
well as many ethers, are wearing the
gray for a short time only.
On and ajter July 1st, paid locals
will be Inserted in The Ledger at 25
cents per line Jer each insertion.
William Wermald has Just recleved a
lfarge lea4 gt superior Youghleughcny.
lump coal-for smithing purposes.
SPBHr.ff if Vrtf kelsen's?-
' Shirts made te order X61en.. .
' If you waat geed Ic Cwhb, go
FiRK'akd life&fttt I&. "rVriVW'arder.
Cheapest Wall Paper at Greenwood's.
Newest lu Wall Paper at Greenwood's.
I'OK-ze-m-ka Letien, a rerfect Com
plexion beautlflcr., Ponfee-nl-na Rouge,
a natural tint. Jehn C.Peceh.
Muiii'tiY, the .Towelcr, has made big
reductions en ladies' and gent's geld
watches and all ether goods in his line.
Prices guaranteed lower than any ether
hbuse. Successor te' ilopper & Murphy;
Wo'nre authorized' te' announee J.C. JEF
FERSON as the Dcmocrntie candidate for
Sheriff of Masen county at the election te be
held Tuesday. November 8th, KK.
Privileges te Let.
The Hetel, Confectionery, Stable and'Hag-
5 age Privileges vlll be let te the best bidder,
'he Beard reserves the right te reject any or
all bids. The letting wUt be en
Monday, July 4, atlO o'clock a. in.,
en the grounds. The Beard expects te haVe
the following divines present during tbe meet
Ing: Dr. Moere, editor of the Christian Advc
cute; Dr. Hamilton of liosten: Dr. Aultman,
Secretary of the Southern Educational !Po !Pe !Po
clety. The preachers of the district are ex
pected te be present. The meeting will com cem com
mence JulyiWtb, continuing until August 8th,
and will be In charge Of ller. Amen uorelng,
Presiding "Elder. Any one Uesirlng'roems or
touts, wrlte I. M. LANE, Maysvllle, Ky.
Te Article One of Articles Incorpora Incerpora Incorpera
tiiifir the Oakwoed.Distillery Ce.
AniiCLK te amend Artlcle I of Articles of In
corporation of OakwoedDIstlllory Company,
of Maysville, Masen county, Kentucky, "re
corded in Deed Heek Ne. 10. page 443.
He It known te all whom It may concern,
that at a meeting of the stockholders of the
Oakwood Dlstlllery Company, Maysville,
held at its office in Maysvllle, Kentucky,
Friday, June 8d, 18JRJ, it was agreed
that the oerporato name of said company
be changed from Oakwood Distillery Com
pany te Poyntz Ilrothers Company, and
that hereafter tbe business of snld corpora
tion be conducted under the corporate name
of Poyntz Brethers Company. And It was
further agreed at said meeting that Den II.
Poyntz, Secretary and Treasurer of sold
Oakwood DIstilloryCempany.bo and he was au
thorized te raake proper acknowledgment of
said change of name before the Clerk of Ma Ma
eon County Court, and cause eame te be pub
lished and recorded as required by law.
HEN n. POYNTZ.
Sfc.aiid Treat, of Oakwood Distillery Ce,
State or Kentuckv, I j,
Masen County. f"' ,
I, T. M. Peurce, Clerk of the County Court
for the county and state aforesaid, de certify
that tbe foregoing Instrument of writing was
this day produced te me in said county and
acknowledged befere me by Ben D. Poyntz, a
a party thereto, te be his act find deed, and
ged for record, whereupon the same,
' BHUIVi KW
gemer wiin tnis cenincaie. nam
admitted te record in myofflec.
Olven under mr han
d this 3d dar c
this 3d day of June,
T. M. PEAUCE, Clertl,
Dy J. C. Levol, D. &
The real estate of the undersigned, and
Mills, Machinery and Milling Fixtures thereen'
In tbe Fifth Ward, Maysvllle, Ky., will be sold
SATURDAY, THE 25th DAY OP JUNE,
en six, twelve and elghteen months' time,
the purchaser giving notes bearing Interest'
from date of sftle with security, and retaining'
lltm.en the property. . 4
The sale will be public en the premises at 11
o'clock a. m., te the' highest bidder, and abso
lute possession will be given and tltle made te
purchaser by deed, retaining Hen, without do de
lay. PEAUCE UHOS. MILLING CO.
June 30tb. ,1803.
All. persons having claims against C. SI
Miner, deceased, ere requested te verify and
present same, together with any claims against
tbe tirm of C. S. Miner Sc Bre., te said II rm for
payment, and nil persons Indebted te the firm
are requested te call and settle nny balance
in order te close up the estate of said deceased.
State National Bank
CAPITA L STUCK $HOO;000
SVUVLVS , 110,(H)0
BO A GENERAL BANK3NO BUSINESS..
C. I). Pkaick, Cashier.
W. II. Cox, President.
Jno. Piles, Vice-President.
Dr. J. H. SAMUEL,
(Ex-retddent Hurgeen Ooed BftmnrUen Uetpltal,
Ex-acting huperlntendent LeriKvlew
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Olllre and iLriMf uc
Third Street, One ttearWett of Market.
. J. J. PITZGERALD, .
Plumber, Gas and Steani Fitter!
41 West Second, Street,
Jewel Gas Stores. MAYSVILLE, KY.
0. WJ WASDLE,'
Zwelgary piokrflMeiid.aail SatteR ,Streei.
ni a iT
JOB PJtINTIN Matly AM iptlekly exeeVtett
the heading of "Help
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& THOMAS. '
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Apply at this office. - i
TXrANTED HeId. a geed Whltb girl for gen-
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play at this oftice.
Te 6xclmnge a J-l) pound pair of
t v Dumb-bells for' u pair 'weighing 6 or tl
pounds. Apply at t'ostetnoo,
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;d ,by the Var Department,
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XT ANTED Enorgetlo Agents and Corres-
i t penucnts ter xhe runpie IiEdeeu,
TTIOK HENT-Kooms en first fleer, at 438 East
ju- secena street, corner repiar.
"OOH KENT Furnished Frent lloem In geed
ju- location, appiy
ene deer West of
FOH SALE A second-hand sldober Buggy.
A geed one. Apply te It. H..FROST, Wall
OK SA'tE-Cew and. Calf. Price $SD.
at u. pauiton's'stero, tiun warn.
FOB SALE My rdsldence en West Second
street, containing six rooms and kitchen.
Heuse lu geed repair. . .
MHS. E. J. DOUGHNEH.
FOH SALE A Twe-story Brick Heuso. with
eight rooms, two ballwnys, geed cellar
with heater, outhouses and perch. Let 90x150,
In Sixth Ward. Apply te JOHN WALSH, Heal
Estate Agent. . .
FOB SALE FIve geed Window frames, Sash
and Shutters; will sell cheap. Apply te
J. .L. NICHOLSON, ht Jlerbower-B.
JnOH BALE Or trade for city property, n
. geed family Herse, find an almost new
Surrey. DR. S. PANGBURN.
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MRS. MULLINS. corner Limestone and Fourth
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'Jmwm21 JmWmc, ... Ne.sa......7:wn.m
1 Ne. 18 4:4 p. m
LNe.4. 8:00 p. m
Add twentv-slx minutes te RoLeItv tlme.
Nes. 10 and pb are the Maysvllle accommoda
tion; and Nes. 17 and K the Huntington accem
modatlen. Nes. 1 and 2 are the fast express
nnd Vnn.il nnd 4 the If. V. V.
'Ne.. 4 (FF..V.)lsa6elldtraln with through
;dlnlng caf ahd'Pullman sloepors te Washing-
iThreugh Pullman sleoper te Itlehmend, Vn.,
nld Old Point Comfert. Ne. S Is n. solid train
with Pilllmnn sleeper te Washington, making
nil Kttstern and Southeastern connections.
The accommodation trains fire dally except
Sunday; the rest are dally.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for points
West nnd Seuth.
Leaves Maysvllfe nt
5:30 u. m. for Paris, Lex-lngten,CInclnuatl,ltlclt-mnnil.
Ingstbn, Jolllce, Mlddlosberough, Cumberland
Gap, 'Frankfort. Louisville and points en N.
N. and M. V., Eastern Division.
Leaves Maysvllle at 1:55 p. m. for Paris, Cin
cinnati. Lcxlnsrten, Winchester, ltlcbraend
and points en N. N. and M. V., Eastern Divis
Arrive at Maysvllle at 10:00 n. m. and 8:45
All trains dally except Sunday.
Add twenty-slx mlnutes te get city tlme.
JTT7 , DIBECT ItOUTfi WEST
.The Ohie.and Misstsiii
Is the short' line bp bp
tween Cincinnati ' and
St. LOuls, and all of Its
trains run threush solid
te St. Leuis. Ne transferring et baggage or
of passengers who travel en O. and M. trains.
Less thaq ten hours is our tlme te St, Leuis,
where our trains make connection in the
Union Depot, with trains of nil lines for the
West, Southwest and Northwest.
The Ohie' and Mississippi Hallway Is the di
rect and fast line te Louisville
The Ohie and .Mississippi liallwnr gives gpe-.
ctarattontietl.to colonists going West, cither,
single or in 'parties! Our agdnts are pre
pared at all times te furnish Information as te
rates and routes te points West, nnd when
passengers are ready te. start wlll.socure thelr
tlckets nt lowest rates 'And attend, te chock check chock
lng'bftggage through te destination,'
for tfekijts via O. and. M. Hallway and
f urther Information call en agents of connect
ing lines or address . O. W. PAHI8,
, Central Passenger Agent O. and , M. Unlh
. wy,, 4frJtXog,Ufeu.rth street. ClnplnnatU O.
Cincinnati, Portsmouth, Big Sandy and
romerey Packet Ceinpauy,
ie splendid beats of this line, running
n Cincinnati, Portsmouth, Irenton Hi
Dn,OalHpjlls and.Pomerey, pass Mi
'omerey, pass Mays-.
Pomerer Packets Dostena. Telea-rane' and.
City of Madisen pass Maysrllle either way at
yHeMtasiiuR dally for .Vaneeburg at 8 a. id.,
fNe.l 8:20 a. m'
M, (Ne.l 5:wa. m
, L'e.S. ,4:p.m
'ill i ii i in mrrrr
Mayer K. K. Pearee, Jr
City Clerk Martin A..O'HatM,
Collector and Treasurer It. Af CeehftuvUr
Assessor ... A.N, Huff
Weed and Ceal Inspector.. ...... William Davis
Wharfmaster 0. M.Phlster
City Prosecutor . , ..J. N. Kchoe
City Physician. Dr. C. O. Owens
City Undertaker, Q. A. Means Sen
Keeper Almshouse , Mrs. Sarah E. Sapp
Meets First ITiursdai renti0 in Each Menth.
William II. Cox, President.
(l)W.H.Cex, , ,
(3) Cpnard Rudy,
. 'Second Ward.
(i) M. F. Kehoe, .
(3) C. B. Pearce, Jr.
(1) E..W. iFIUgerald,
(2) H.Jt. Blorbewor,
(3) Rebert Flcklln,
(1) Gee. C. Fleming
(2) H. T. Haulman,
(1) Goe J Sohreodor,
Li. v. uaiierman.
The flirurea lndlcate the number of years
each Councilman has te serve from January,'
I Confidence Xoilge Ne. 62 Mcets first Mon
day night In each month. .. ..
t Masen Ledge Ud. 343 Meets second Monday
.ilight In' each month;
MHysvllle Chapter Ne. -Meet8 third Mon
day night In each month. ' , .
, Maysvllle Cemmandery Ne. 10- Meets fourth
Monday night in each month. -
DeJKnlb Ledgo Ne. 12Mects every Tuesday
night. ' . .
Ulnggeld Ledgo Ne. S7 Meets overy w eaues-
! Plsgah E
strati Encamnment we.' v Meets secena
ana ieurtn Aienaays in overy mnnin.
Canten Maysvllle Ne. 3-Meets third Monday
night In eaeh month.
Friendship Ledgo Ne. 45, D. of K. Meets
first Monday night in each month.
KNIQIITS Or PYTHIAS.
Llmestone Ledgo Ne. 30 Meets every Friday
Maysville Division Ne. 0, TJ. K. Mcets first
Tuesday in evcry month.
p. e. s. a. , . '
Washington Camp Ne.3 Meets every Thurs
a. a. n.
Jeseph. Hclser Pest Ne. l-Mcet8, first and'
third Saturdays in each month.
M. C. Hutching Camp Ne. 8. S. of V, Meets
every Wednesday evening;
Women'a Hollef Cerps Meets second and
fourth Saturdays In each month.
, Kf er,rf. -
Maysville Ledgo Ne. 2778. MoeU first and
third Tuesdai-s In each ineqth.
BENEVOLENT. SOCIETIES. , .
St. Patrick's Benovelont Society Meets
every second Sunday.
Sodality of the 1L V. M. Meats overy Sun
Father Mathew Total Abstlnence Society
Meets first Sunday In' each month.'
Ancient Order or Hibernians Meets third
Sunday in each month. . v
Knights of St. Jehn Meets every Tuesday,
German llellef Society Mcets first Monday
night in each month.
COLORED SOCIETIES. -.,
Acacia Ledgo Ne, 24. J. A. M. Meets second
Wednesday, nlght.ln each, month. , .-
Mt. Hcrmen Cliapier.Ne. 8, It. A. M. Meets
second Frldav In each menth: ....
. j' .. .. . . . . ...
Palestlne Cemmandery Ne. 0, K. T. Meets
fourth Friday in each month.
a. v. e. e. f. . ' ,
Maysyille Star Ledge tfe. lW8.r-Meets, first
and third Friday night tn each month; -" -
Household of Kuth NO. '07. Meets second
Thursday night In each month.
OAUailTEnS Or THE TABEllNACLE.
Conge iiiver Tabernacle Ne. 80. Meets first
Thursday In each month.
DAUOIITXKS Qr THE COOP SAMARITAN. .
Evuns Ledge Ne. 9. Meets first Wednesday
night In eaeh month.
v. n. r. i, i- -j
Geed Will Ledge Ne. 48.-Meets first .Satur-i
day and third Wednesday night In eaeh month.
Yeung's Tomple Ne. U. Meets first Monday
night In each month.
e a. R.
McKinnevan Pest Ne. lew. Meets fourth Sat
urday night in each month, .- '
"Weman's Heller. Cerps Ne. 38. Meets; first
Tuesday In each mentlijiriirfiyrrr"" ? r-
pinquiT cpynr. r-fc ,;.-.
Hen.A, EvCele, Judge. . Maysville
J. H.Sallce, Commonwealth Att'y.. .Maysvllle
lien D. Parry, Clerk ................. ...Maysvllle
Allan D. Cele, Master Commissioner. Maysvllle
. , Courts, artist-
Masen-At Maysvllle, Tuesday.ttfter the see
end Monday in January, April, July and Octo
ber. ' i ...; i
Fleming At Ftemlngsburg, third Monday In
May and November.
Greenup At Greenup, fourth Monday tn
February and August.
Lewls At Yoneebun? second Mendar In
June and December.
Nicholas At Carlisle Tuesday, nrter third
Monday In September and fourth Monday In
March. , .
MASON COUNTY 'CbtlllT.
Meets Second Monday in-Each Menth,
Thes. It. Phlster, Presiding Judge . . Maysvllle
Charles D. Newell. County Attorney. Maysvllle
T. M. Poarce, Clerk Maysvllle
Intin W''Al.tvnni1iii. QhnrlfT Ka,afllln
J. C. Jetrorsenln- ',in.j .'..' ..... '.Meysllbk
SamP. PerluefDPutlC91 MaysTille
uouert u. KirK, janer , Aiaysviite
Jehn D. Hec, Coreuor. Maysvllle
Jehn C. Everett, Assesser, Maysvllle
O. W. Illatterman, Scheel Sup't Maysvllle -
IQuarterly Court meets Tuesday after the
second Monday In March, June, Soptembor'
and December, and has civil jurisdiction te
me ameuiu ei ?aju.
Muysvllle Ne. 1. Jehn L.Grant, Magistrate,,
holds court tbe first Tuesday In each month.
Jacob Mil ler, Magistrate, holds court the' i
fourth Tuesday In qaeh month. Wm. D. Daw Daw Daw
son.'Censtnblo. Maysvllle Ne. 2. T. J. ,PIckett, Magistrate
holds court the first Saturday In each month.
AYlllIara Pepper,. Maglstrate, holds court the
fourth Saturday in each month. J, B. McNutt,
Dever James Earnshaw and, Frank Luns
ford, Magistrates, held courts en the first and
third Wednesdays In March, June, September
and.Docember. Jehn Jtunyert, constable.
, Jllnerva O. N. Weaver .and Jpsepb M; Dyar,
Maglstrates, held courts en the first and third
Thursdays In March, June, Soptembor and
.Dccomber. William E. King, Constable.
Germantown Leslie H.Mannen nndjWm. L.
Woodward, Magistrates; bold oeurts en the
first Friday and third Saturday In March,
June, September and Dcoember. William
,Feul. Constable. '
Sardis J. M. Dall and James IU Grigsby.
Magistrates, held oeurts en .tbe second and
fourth Saturdays in March, June, Bepteanber
and Doeembor. A. J. Suit. Constable 1
Maysllok-Gharles W. Williams and 1. D.
ltaymend, Magistrates, held courts en thcteeo thcteee thcteeo
etjd and fourth Fridays in March, June, Bep Bep
tember and Doeombor. James 1L Itoberson,
.Constable, , .
Lewlsburg Isaae ,L. Mellvaln and Jeseph
1. Aloxnnder, Magistrates, held oeurts en the
second and fourth Thursdays In March, June,
September and Doeombor. 8. M. Strode, Con
stable. ... ' i
Oraogebunr M. J. Farrew .and LewsrM.
CeHls, .Msglatrates,. held oeurts en the first
Saturday and last Monday In March. June.
September and, Docembor. W. IU Coryell,
Constable. . , . ."''
; Wasblngten-Kdward helfry ahd Arthur F.
woed.'Megtttratoi; hoid'eourts en the-fourth
Tuesdays and third Wednesdays In March,
luuvvDvpicnuur ana ifoeeniDor. ueorge u.
DiurpuYBvuie tienn ,h..veiij ana w,
r-i ...' i. .. . .
Worthlnaten. Mae-lstrdtMhhlrt hnUrtnnn the
fourth Mondays and third Thursdays In Msrefa,
June, September and December; II, T. But
cllffe, Constable,! i v t t
Fern Leaf-Samuel Vi Uastia and Powell B.
Owens, Magistrates, held courts en the seoead
and fourthaatnrdayJleMsrqh. JuneySeptw
'HWn-WllMimriurrtH & Jeseph v,
ead aad fourth .Wednesday teiMarifc Jua,
bwmbw m .ueeetBMr. J sates . Fsrrew, r