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Oranuclmtv C. It. Hes.
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Vnncelmrg Mrs. Jeiinle Stewart.
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notices vr political arguments.
James Bedford of Mlllcrsburg attended
the races Saturday.
Beth tbc infant child and aged mother
of James Cray arc dangerously ill. .
C. W. Sparks sold a small one story
cottace en Walnut street this week for
Professer Frauk Kelly of Flemlngsburg
js spending n part of his vacation in 3It.
aiarterly Court is in session this week
quite a number of cases en the
Professer R. II. Kcycs went te Pendle
ton and Bracken counties this week in
the interest of the academy. He reports
The musical recitals of Miss Grinstcad's
class en the nights of the 2-lth, 2etb and
27th ult., were decided successes,
financially and otherwise.
Menree & Themas, liverymen, have
sold out their establishment te Sparks &
Carpenter for 4,800. Eighteen mouths
age they bought it for ?8,200.
Miss Emma Browning of Shannen and
her company, the Misses McDeugle and
Burgess of Maysville, attended the enter
tainment Saturday night.
Mrs. Will Chansler and Miss Ollie
Bland of Shannen, accompanied by Miss
Smith and Mr. Vouerendoff of Baltimore,
witnessed the ball game Monday.
Your correspondent from this neck
e' the weeds has been rusticating in the
city for a few days; hence the non
appearance of Mt. Olivet news last
In the description of the new church
last week the name of Mr. Gilmerc of
Maysville, who burnished all the stone
work, was unintentionally emitted. Mr.
G. furnished the best quality of free
stone and did a neat and satisfactory job
About one thousand people attended
the baseball picnic at Kenten's grove the
4th inst. First game between Ellisville
and Germantown wen by the latter.
Game between the Mt. Olivet club and
the Nationals of Cincinnati resulted in a
glorious victory for our home team, the
score standing ia te e in iaver ei mi.
Olivet. At first betting was all en the
side of the visitors. The Cincinnati
pitcher though a geed curver, was wild
and easily rattled, whlle Sam Threck
morten and Tem Weed, the battery for
the home club, did excellent work,
fanning out the "Sens of Isaac and
Jacob nltnest as rapidly as they came
te the bat.
The new race track of the Mt. Olivet
Driving Association was formally opened
Saturday, the 2d. A very large crowd
waB present and tue racing was net eau.
In the trotting race there were three
entries, Sir Victer Rene by King Rene.
etratnuuek Dy btratumerc by itysdicK s
Hambleteuian, the sire of Electioneer,
Geerge Wilkes, Dictator, etc , and Dick
Joyce. Three heats were trotted
Victer Rene 1st, Strathbuck 3d, Dick
Joyce 3d. Victer Rene's time, first heat,
1 mile M5; second SO; third 55. Roadster
race wen by Eltna G., owned by Tem
Andersen, first heat, i mile, 55J, second
57; third 59. Running race, eight
entries, wen by iNcine my ewneu ey J
J. Rigg, two heats, first, J mile, 83;
secenil lwj. utcycle race wen uy t ercst
Brown. The track was new ami hardly
compact enough ler tlic mgiicst speed.
Ileal Ettate Transfers.
James Barbour and wife te L. B. Gray,
25 feet en West Second street, considera
G. W. Rcvnelds'a heira. &c bv Allan
D. Cole, Master Commissioner, te Ella
lleynelus, 151! acres of land near Mi
nerva; consideration, $7,0S0 45.
WEEKLY CROP BULLETIN.
Condition of the Small Creps Throughout
Kentucky Up te Yesterday.
The tempcrature of the past week was
considerably uclew the normal, partlcu
larljr In the Northern and Eastern sec
tiens of the state, and the amount of sun
shine received slightly in excess of the
average. The rainfall was very uni-
ez .' ienniy uisinuuicu, uui wiu average
luuuuut ii'i iuu uiiiiiu biuiu wua vurjr ucur
. the normal. It came mostly in the form
of local thunder storms and at a few
widely separated points very heavy
showers foil. Generally sneaking, how
ever, the heaviest rainfall occurred in
the central counties of the state.
Farm work and crops of all kinds have
progressed very favorably under the con
ditions described, tobacco particularly
being reported te be greatly improved.
Cern Is rather late, but is growing
finely and the Holds have been cleared
Wheat threshing has begun and reports
: ,of the most favorable character in regard
te the yield are received. The damage
from smut is net se great as was an-
." Uleipated some time since. Heme slight
- injury has resulted te grain in shock,
from high winds and rain.
The eat crop is about ready te harvest
and the prospect is for less than an
Grume of nil kinds and clever are
' jiHch oewiplaint is wade that late fruit
j fatting frsm the treea and in con
aaqmnee the outlook Is net se premising
... if Mild be wished.
"Falcon." J. Seulc Smith, is te be
editor of a new Southern magazine,
which will be Issued from Louisville.
The new publication will be known as
better Southern Magazine.
iikvkii't reit a neon reir.v.
Talk about It.
Write about it.
Speak well for it.
Help te Improve It.
Advertise In its papers.
Ooed country tributary.
I'ntronlze its merchnnts.
Elect poed men te ollice.
Help nil public enterprises.
Honest competition in prices.
Make the atmosphere healthy.
Faith e.xlblted by fjoeil works.
Flre all leaters, creakers and dead-beats.
Let your object be the welfare, frrewth and pro
motion of jour town and Its pcople. Speak well
of public spirited men, and be one jeurself.
Kentucky Fairs and Trel,
The following list has been carefully
arranged fe The Ledgeh. Any omis emis
sions will be cheerfully supplied upon
Shelby vllle, July 13th three days.
Hlchmend, July 19th four dajs.
Eminence, July S)th ilve days.
Harredsburif, July 20th six days.
Danville, August 2d live days.
SharpsburK, August 9th live days.
Nlchelasvllle, August 16th five dajs.
Maysville, August 23d five days.
Lexington, August 30th five days.
Paris, September 6th flve days.
Winchester, September 13th flve days.
Cynthlana, Soptember 20st four days.
Mt. Sterling. September '.Tth-three days.
Hustenvllle, July 14th two days.
Lancaster, July 15th two days.
Versailles, August 2d five days.
Columbia, August 0th four days.
Sprlngfleld, August 9th four days.
Lawrcnceburg, August 9th three days.
Carapuellsville, August lath-four days.
Unlontewn, August 16th flve days.
Lebanon, August 23d four days,
Hendersen, August 23d flve days.
Londen, August 21th three days.
Alexandria, August 30th flve days.
Franklin. August 31th Ave days.
Bowling Green, September 6th.
Ilardstewn, September Oth the days.
Maysllck, (cel.,) September 7th four days.
Ellzahethtewn, September 13th four days.
Herse Cave, September 20th four days.
Hartferd, September 2Sth four days.
Owcnten, October 4th flve days.
All the abeve meetings have trotting
contests, these at Maysville being
Fiiie and Accident Ins. W. R Warder.
We nre authorized te announce J. C. JEF
FEItSON n the Democratic candidate for
SheritI of Masen county at the election te be
held Tuesday. November 8th, ISCtt.
Netice te Farmers!
At a meeting of the grain merchants and
millers of Maysville, held en June 21th, IMC,
the subject of cleaning wheat by farmers was
Introduced and fully discussed, nnd the fol
lowing prcamble and resolution was adepted:
That whereas, In former years, owing te the
superior quality and cleanliness of Masen
county wheat. It enjoyed a roputatlen second
te no ether section of tbe country and was
much sought after, but In recent years, owing
te the Imperfect cleaning of wheat by thresh
ers, it has sutfered very materially in grading
In the general markets in comparison with
wheat from ether states, resulting In no In
considerable less te the handlers, nnd many
of the former large wheat customers who
bought wheat here ha-e In consequeuco been
diverted te ether markets; therefore, be it
fcelL-tti, That the grain dealers and millers
of this city feel that It Is Incumbent upon
them te make it known te the farmers that
they must Insist upon them having their
wheat well cleaned and screened by threshers,
othcrwlse prices will be made accordingly.
They desire te state, for the benefit of the
farmers, that wheat te grade Ne. 2 must
weigh at least 68y pounds te the bushel,
thoroughly clean and dry, free from smut
and ether impurities: mid that wheat te
grade Ne. 3 must weigh at least M pounds te
the bushel, nnd be dry and reasonably clean,
and may have an occasional smut ball, but
free from stain. Wheat net up te the nbove
grades v. Ill be clashed as rejected.
State National Bank
C.U'ITAC STUCK $'400,000
DO A OENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS.
C. II. I'eahck, Cutliler.
W. It. Cox, rrenldent.
Jno. 1'ilks, Vice-President.
Small, the Tailor
CAN nE FOUND AT HIS
EMPORIUM of FASHION
Xe. 110 Market Street ,
Opposite Central Hetel.
Gee. M. dinger & Sen,
BRICK MASONS AND CONTRACTORS I
Estimates made en all classes of Werk,
Leck Bex 417, MAYSVILLE, KY.
Dr. J. H. SAMUEL,
Kx-reslilent Bureeen Geed HnmarlUn Hetpltal,
Kx-actlng Superintendent Lengvlew
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OiHee anil Renldrnrei
Third Street, one deer Writ of Market.
J. J. FITZGERALD,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter I
41 Wert Second Street,
Jewel q&j fepvg. MAYSVILLE, KY.
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Me nature, nl net te exceed three lines, tin tMs
mqc, are FHEE te all.
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uhat you advci the for. We trMi the advcittseis
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our free column.
Atlt'eiHucmcute cmi be left at our ejlicc or sent
through the matl te
Tlie PVULIC I.EDOKt! COMPAXY,
T ANTED Te rent a house in the Third
Ward containing tlnee or tour ree us.
Apply at tills eiiice
WANTED Miin te sell the bet Iren I once
In the world ler lawns, jurds, schools,
parks, cemoterles, churches, c. There Is
money in it ter a live man. Small capital, but
enertfj clilellyiequlied. Addicts J H. DAH
NALL, Maysville. Ky.
TTTANTED A lirst-elas secondhand bpilng-
waten that will ball l.NX) or U'.IWO lbs.
Platform springs. It. 11. COUP. WeUenhi. Ky,
WANTED-100 subscribers for The Ledeeii
at this place. It. U. COltD, Agent, W c c
"WANTED Te buv or rent small Seda
Fountain complete. Address llex 1U5
Mt. uarinei. ivy.
"WANTED A complete set of " Olllclal ltec-
erds of the Union and Contedernte
Armies." published by the War Department.
Address, etatlut? price, " Veteran," Uex ii3,
J1HB IUC. IVJ .
TANTED Three thousand subscribers te
THE I'L'ULIC 1.EDQEII.
FOR KENT ltoenis en Market street, near
Third street, ler small famllv or gentle
men. H. K. HOEFL1CH.
FOK KENT One heuse of 8 rooms and one
of 2 rooms and kitchen. Apply te MUS.
JOHN It. KUDV.
IJIOU KENT Three rooms en West Second
JO street. Apply te GEOUGE II. HEISEK,
Neg. 117 and 11 West Second.
3TIO It KENT The heuse en Fifth strt
? latelv occupied by James K. Lloyd, i
plyteJOtlN U CHAMIIEKLA1N. Court Si
St. FOll KENT Hoems en tlrst lloer.at 4-WEast
Second stteet, corner Poplar.
ITIOH SALE A very desirable house and let
' en Ferest avenue. The heuse Is new,
modern In tyle. six rooms, hall, pantiy, bath
room, jroed cellar. Let b.lx I'm teet. At J'J.aV).
This is a bawiln. M. C. HCTCHINS. Agent.
FOH SALE Elegant two-sterj frame resl resl resl
cileneoen Ferest aenue: lettM 15): heuse
and grounds In superb condition. Will be sold
at a bargain. M. C. HCTCHINS. Agent.
FOH SALE Sevon-roem Inline Dwelling' In
West end at S1,k, ou liberal term1". Lo
cated en street car line. M. C. HU1CHINS,
"I7I0K SALE The splendid suburban resl
JO deuce and grounds of A. J. McDeugle,
Eq.,' nearly 1) acres. This Is one et the love
liest homes en the Ohie river between Pitts
burgh and Cincinnati, at.d can be purchased
at a great bargain. M.C. HUTCHINS. Agent.
37I0U SALE A number et beautiful build
. lug lets, cholce locations, iti East end, ou
terms te suit purchasers. New Is the time te
Invest in our thriving, growing city. M. C.
HCTCHINS. Agent. ,
IJIOll SALE A second-hand sidebar Iluggy.
' A geed one. Apply te H. H. FHOST, Wall
LOST A bunch of Keys, containing among
ethers u night hitch aud Postetlico key.
Finder please leave at Dr. A. G. Urewnlng1s
LOST A small bras King containing tour
Keys, (one Postefllco key.i between 310 E.
Fourth street and the lied Cerner. Finder
please leave at tins emee
LOST Three diamond stick pins attached.
Finder please leave at this ollice and ro re ro
LOST A large leather Pocket-book, contain
ing a geld ring and seme notes and papers.
Heward paid It returned te WESLEY VICltOY.
LOST On Third street, between Postefllco
and Sutten street, or ou Sutten street fill.
n Postefllco Key and deer Key, attached te a
chain. Please leave at this ellfce.
LOST On Third street, between Market and
Sutten, a black silk Pocket-book. Finder
will please return te thlsolllceand get reward.
LOST Geld Necklace, betyreen Shannen and
MurplijtvUle, June 1-th; charm ou it
shape of ace of epades, with small Ivery set
In top slde. If found return and recelve ie
ward. II. F. COLE, Shannen. Ky.
LOST Iletw eon Ow ens. MItchcl & Ce.'s hard
ware store and Plum street, a whlte metal
Doerkoy. Please leave at Ledger oltice.
LOST A black plaid woolen Shawl, fringe
en ene end. Finder please return te
MUS. MULLINS. corner Llmestone and Fourth
streets and receive reward.
LOST A Hulldlng Association Heek belong
ing te Jesh Green. Please leave at this
37IOUND A geld Hracelet, en Second street.
. Owner can tlnd It at Grand Vlew Hetel by
proving property. WILLIAM IlltOWN.
FOUND-In front or Will Stockton's gro
cery, a Pocket-book containing inoney.
Call at Ledger ollice and prove property.
FOUND That it pays a big profit te patron patren patron
IzeTiie l'UHI.IO Ledeeii.
0. W. WARDLE,
Zwelsart's Meck, Second nnd Snttea .Streets.
tt-s-Wtien havlngTeetli Extracted take (Jan. Ab
VQ selutely l'aliiless and Hare.
land Fer Sale.
I will otfer for sale 80 acres of land situated
en the Tajler's Mill Turnplke and Kcutueky
Central ltallread at Summit Station, three
and one-half miles from Maysville, ene of the
beet markets In the state. Said land Is Ne. 1
In quality nene botter in the county; well
watered; can be divided te suit purchasers;
four passenger t ruins dally; flve minutes rlde
te Maysville; geed neighborhood. Any ene
deslrlng a geed location will de well te call en
the underslgncd at the home of the late Sin
clair Dlmmltt. If net Held privately wilt be
sold te the highest bldder ou July 30th, 18W.
One-thlrd cash, balance In one and two rears,
with six per cent. Interest en deferred pay
ments. A lien en the I awl will be retained.
Mm. ANNA MOUNTJOV,
JlernarU P. P.. Msen County, Ky.
w v -- i -- v - v -- v- -- V W V
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Flrt That Allen G rover, Calvert C. Arthur,
Edward F. Hernden, Henry A. Itees, II. W.
Hees end William Mauley have become In
corporated by virtue of the previsions of the
Gcneral Statutes or Kentucky under thonnme
of Shannen nud Ferman Chapel Turnplke
Company, and the principal place of transact
ing business Is at the residence of Jehn H.
Hernden, Escj., Masen county, Ky.
Second The nature et the business pro
posed te be transacted Is the construction,
maintenance and operation of a turnpike
read from the Sardls Turnplke lteatl near the
terks of Shannen creek te Fleming county
line near Ferman's Ctiupcl, a distance of
about two aud a half mile.
Third The capital stock of said corpora
tion Is six thousand dollars. In shares of
twonty-flve dollars each, the private stock te be
paid in upon call of the Directors, and the
stock of Masen county In necordmieevlth re re re
tpMliomcutsef theordcref the Court of Claims
of Masen county.
Fourth Said corporation shall conimcnce
business ns seen ns two thousand dollars is
subscribed te the capital stock nnd shall con cen con
tlnue In existence fltty years.
Fifth The affairs of the corporation are te
he conducted by a President and a Heard or
Directors, live in number, a Sccietnry nnd
Treasurer, all of whom are te be stockholders
In said corporation. The first set of elllcers
shall be Allen G rover, President : H. W. Hee,
Calvert C. Arthur, Edward F. Henulen. Wil
liam Manlev and Henry A. Itees. Directors;
Edward F. Henulen, Secretary; II. W. Itees.
Treasurer, and they shall held their eillces
until the first Monday in April, lSuJ. and until
their successors aie chosen nnd qualified: and
every tlrst Monday In April thcieafter u Pres
ident nud Heard of Directors shall be chosen
by the stockholders, and a Secretary and
Treasurer by the President and Heard of Di
rectors te held for the ensuing rear nnd until
their successors nre chosen and qualified.
Sixth The Indebtedness of said corpora
tion Shall at no tlme exceed the sum or tlve
Seventh The private property et the stock
holders Is te be exciupt from the corperato
debts of said corporation.
April lath. lSiE.
CAiiVEitT c. Airmen.
EDWAltD F. HEIINDON,
HENUV A. HEES,
II. W. UEES.
will be found en the
tlurinp; the building- of their new
Call and See Them.
Privileges te Let.
The Hetel, Confectlenory, Stable and Hag
gage Privileges will be let te the best bidder.
The Heard reserves the right te reject any or
nil bids. The letting will be en
Monday, July 4, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
en the grounds. The Heard expects te have
the following divines present during the meet
ing: Dr. Moere, editor of the Christian Advo Adve Advo
cate; I) Hamilton of llosten; Dr. Aultman,
Secretary of the Southern Educational So
ciety. The preachers of the district are ex
pected te be present. The meeting Mill com cem com
menco JulyUbth, continuing until August 8th,
and will be In chargoef Ilov. Amen llorelng,
Presiding Elder. Any ene desiring rooms or
tents, write I. M. LANE. Maysville. Kv
Te Article One of Articles Incorpora
ting the Oakwood Distillery Ce.
Article te amend Artlcle I of Articles of In
corporation of Oakwood Distillery Cempnuy,
of Maysville, Masen county, Kentucky, re
corded In Deed Heek Ne. 03, page U'J.
He it known te all whom It may cencern,
that at a meeting of the stoekholuors of the
Oakwood Distillery Company, Maysvllle,
held nt Its ollice In Maysvllle, Kentucky,
Friday, June 3d, 18!tt, It was ngrccd
that the corperato name of said company
be changed from Oakwood Dlstlllery Com
pany te Poyntz Brethers Company, and
that horcafter the business of said corpora
tion be conducted under the corperato name
of Poyntz Ilrothers Company. And It was
further agreed at said meeting that Den II.
Poyntz, Secretary and Trcasurer of said
Oakwood Dlstlllery Company.be nnd he was au
thorized te make preper acknowledgment of
said change of name bQfore the Clerk of Ma Ma
eon County Court, and cause same te be pub
lished and recorded as required by law.
HEN II. POYNTZ,
Sec. and Treat, of Oattwend Distillery Ce.
State ok Kentucky, 1 j,.
Masen County. "'
I, T. M. Pource, Clerk of the County Court
for the county and stute aforesaid, de certify
that tbe foregoing Instrument of writing was
this day produced te me In said county and
acknowledged bcfoietnc by Ilcn It. Poyntz, n
a party therete, te be his act and deed, and
ledged for record, whereupon the same. to
gether with this cortilleato, hath beeu duly
admitted te record In myofilce.
Given under my hand this ad day of June,
181M. T. M. PF.AUCE. Clerk,
Hy J. C. Levol, D. O.
AND CEMKTEHY WOKK,
In Oranlte and Marble,
M. K. GILM0KE,
108 W. JJICO D Btbkt, maysville, kv.
lW-Fretene Hulldlng Werk,Hdt.wIW, Ac, t
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CINCINNATI DIVISION CIIESAFEAKE AND OHIO.
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W.' I N " An I'-m
(Ne. 1 6 22a.l
Ne. 19. 5:40 a. I
Ne.tr 40.1. n. 1
Ne. 3. .4.25 p. i
....6 22 n. Ill
Add twenty-six minutes te get city tlme.
Nes. 19 and SO are the Maysvllle accommoda
tion, andNes. 17 and lSthoIIuntlngten accom
modation. Nes. 1 and '1 nre the fast express
and Nes. 3 and 4 the F. F. V.
Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) Is a solid train with through
dining car and Pullman sleepers te Washing
ton, llaltlmore, Philadelphia and New Yerk.
Through Pullman sleoper te Hlchmend, Va.,
and Old Point Comfert. Ne. 'i Is a solid train
with Pullman sleeper te Washington, making
all Eastern and Southcnstern connections.
The accommodation trains are dally except
Sunday; the rest are dally.
Direct connection nt Cincinnati for points
West and Seuth.
Leaves Maysvllle nt
5:30 n. in. for Paris, Lex-iugton,Clnciiuiatl,ltlch-mend.
ingsten, Jolllce, MlddlbBboreugh, Cumberland
Gap, Frankfort. Louisville and points en N.
N. and M. V., Eastern Division.
Leaves Maysvllle at 1:63 p. in. for Paris. Cin
cinnati. Lexington, Wlnohcster, Hlchmend
nnd points en N. N. and M, V., Eastern Divis
Arrlve at Maysvllle at 10:00 a. m, and 8:45
All trains daily except Sunday.
Add twenty-six mlnutes te get city tlme.
niUECT IIOUTE WEST
07ic Ohie and Mlsstssip'
Is the short line bo be bo
tweon Cincinnati and
St. Louts, and all of Its
trains run through solid
te St. Leuis. Ne transferring of bagage or
of pnssongers who travel en O. and M. trains.
Less than ten hours is our tlme te St. Leuis,
wbore our trains make connection In the
Union Depet with trains of all lines for the
West, Southwest nnd Northwest.
The Ohie and Mississippi Hallway Is tbe di
rect and fast line te Louisville
The Ohie and Mississippi Hallway gives spo spe
clal attention te colonists going West, clther
slngle or In parties. Our agents are pre-'
pared at all times te rurnlsh Information as te
rates and routes te points West, and when
fiassongers are ready te start will securp thelr
lokets at lewest rates and attend te chock check
ing baggage through te destination.
Fer tickets via O. nnd M. Hallway and
further Information call en agents of connect
ing lines or address C. W. PAHI8,
Control Passenger Agent O. and M. Hall
way, 48 West Fourth Streot, Cincinnati, O.
Cincinnati, Portsmouth, Dip; Sandy and
Pomcrey Packet Company.
The splendid beats of this line, running bo be bo
tween Clnelnuatl, Portsmouth, 1 ronten Hunt
inirtnn. flftlllnelli and I'omeror. tiass Mays-
vllle as follews:
I'oraeroy racKOis nosieuu, leiegrapu aim
City of Madisen pass Maysvllle either way at
I o'clock a. m. ,
llonenw up dally for Vanceburg at 8 a. m
returning for Cincinnati, passes Maysvllle
dally, except Sunday, at 2 1. n.
Fer rrefcht or VT
' . . '
.. -. .. E. F.. Peart; Jr
fltilir .,.,.. ..
collector and Treasurer.
Weed and Ceal Inspector
Wlinrfuiaster .. .. .
City Prosecutor .
City Undertaker . ..
Keeper Almshouse,.. ...
Martin A. (Vllare
H. A. CechraK,.'Jr
. ' James Hefting
,. . . A.N. HuJ
.... William Davwi
. .. O.M.l'hUterfl
T 1KT rul.,ieJ
.' .'.'.' ... Dr. C. c! O wens
... Q. A. Means Js seni
Meets First Thurtddy Evening In Each StmlKi
William H. Cox, Piesldent.
(1) W. II. Cox,
(D) Cennrd Hudy,
(2) M. F. Kehee,
(3) C. 11. Pearce, Jr.
(1) E. W. Fltzgernld.
(2) II. It. Illerbower,
(1) Thes. M. Weed,
(2) Hebert Flcklln,
(3) H. L. NeweU. ,
(1) Gee. C. Fleming '
(2) II. T. Haulmun,
(3) J. I. Salisbury.
Sixth mini. .
(1) Gee. Sohreedor,
n) Polk Hicks.
(ii) ii. v. iiatterman
(3) Kufus Drytlen,
Tlin figures Indleate the number of years
each Councilman has te serve from January,
Confldenco Ledge Ne. 62 Meets tlrst Men-1
Jav night In each month.
Masen Ledge Ne. 312 Meets second Monday
night In each month.
Maysvllle Chapter Ne. 0 Meets third Men-
iln- tilirht In ennh month.
Maysvllle Cemmmidery Ne. 10-Meets f.eurtb tji
Klftmltit nltrlit In mini, mnllth. - i
DeKalb Ixidge Ne. 12 Meets every Tuesday
Hlnggeld Ledge Ne. 27 Meets every Wednes
PIgnh Encaminnent Ne. 0 Meets second
nnd fourth Mondays In overy month.
Canten Maysville Ne. 2 Meets third Monday
night in each month.
Friendship Ledge Ne. 42, D. of It.-Moetsl
tlrst Monday nignt in cacu raenui.
knieiits or rxrniAS.
Llmestone Lodge,No.3(J Meets every Friday
Maysville Division Ne. 0, U. K. Meets first
Tuesday In every mouth.
r. e. 8. A. "
Washington Camp Ne. 3 Meets evoryThurs everyThurs
a. a. it.
Jeseph Ilelser Pest Ne. 13 Meets first and' .-,
third Saturdays In eacb tnentb.
M. C. Hutchlns Camp Ne. 2, S. of V. Meets
every Wednesday evening. ' '
Weman's Hellef Cerps Meets second und
fourth Saturdays In each mouth. j.
k. Or ii. .
Maysville Ledgo Ne. 2778. Meets first nnd
third Tuesdajs lu each month,
St. Patrick's Ilenevolent Society Meets,
every second Sunday.
Sodality of the II. V. M. Meets every Sun
day. Father Mathew Total Abstinence Soclety
Meets tlrst Sunday In each month.
Ancient Order et Hibernians Meets third
Sunday In each month.
Knights of St. Jehn Meets every Tuesday
German Hellef Society Meets first Monday
night In each month.
. - . ..'".'".'? ..... . 7'A
Acne a Ledge "e. -a. t. a. m. aicets second, i -j
Wednedny night In each month. tl JVf
Mt. Hermen cnapicr xse. , it. a. w. iiceis,-
6eeend Friday In each month.
Palestine Camnuindery Ne.
0, K. T. Meets ;
fourth Friday in eacu mentn.
e. it. e. e. r.
Maysvllle Star Ledgo Ne. 1048. Meets first
and third Friday night In each month.
Household nt Huth Ne. 87. Meets second
Thursday night lu each month.
DAUOIITEHS OF THE TAHEHNACLE.
Conge Hlver Taberuacle Ne. 0. Meets first
Thursday In each month.
DAUaitTEtlS Or THE fiOOD SAMAHITAN. ,
Evans Ix)dge Ne. 0. Meets first Wednesday
night In each month.
e. u. r.
Geed Will Ledgo Ne. 40. Meets first Satur-i
day and third Wednesday night in each month.
Yeung's Temple Ne. 41. Meets first Monday
night In each month.
McKlnnevan Pest Ne, H. Meets fourth Sat
urday night lu each month.
Weman's Hellef Cerns Ne. 26. Meets first
Tuesday In each mouth.
Hen. A. E.Cele, Judge Maysvllle i
J. H.Sallce, Commonwealth Att'y... Maysville
Hen D. Parry, Clerk Maysville
Allan D.Cele, MastcrCommtsslenor.Maysville
Masen -At Maysvllle, Tuesday nfter the sec
ond Monday In January, April, July and Octo
ber. Fleming At Flemlngsburg, third Monday In
May and November.
Greenup At Greenup, fourth Monday In
February nnd August.
Lewis At Vonceburg second .Monday In
June und December.
Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday after third
Monday In September and leurth Monday In
MASON COUNTY COUHT,
Med Second Munday in Each Menth,
Thes. It. Phlster, Presiding Judge.. ..Maysvllle
Chni les D. New ell. County Attoruey, M nysvllle
T. M. Pearee, Clerk Maysvllle
Jehn W. Alexander, SherllT Maysvllle
J. C.Joirerson I !,..,,, I .Maysllek
Sam P. PorInefUe,,utlcs1 ., Maysvllle
Hebert O. Kirk, Jailer Maysvllle
Jehn D. Hee, Cerenor .Maysvllle
JehnC. Evorett, Assessor ..Maysvllle ,
Q. W. Illatterman. Scheel Sup't MnysyUle
IQuarterly Court meets Tuesday after tbe
second Monday in March, June, Soptember
nnd December, nnd has civil Jurisdiction te
tbe amount of ?200.
Maj svllle Ne. 1 Jehn li. Grant Magistrate,
holds court the tlrst Tuesday In each month.
Jacob Miller, Magistrate holds court the
fourth Tuesday In each month. Wm. U. Daw Daw
Maysvllle Ne. 2.-T. J. Pickett, Magistrate
holds court the tlrst Saturday In each month,
William Peppor, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Saturday In each month. J. D. McNutt,
Dever James Earnshaw nnd Frank Lulls
ford. Magistrates, bold courts en thq first and
third Wednesdays In March, June, September
and December. Jehn Hunyon, Constable
Mlnerva O. N. Weaver and Jeseph M.Urar,
Magistrates, held courts en the first and third
Thursdays in March. June, September and
December. William 15. King, Constable
Germantown Lcslle II. Mannen and Wm. L.
Woodward, Magistrates, held courts en the
tlrst Friday and third Saturday In March,
June, Soptember and December. William
Sardls J. M. Hall and Jatnes 11. Gtigsby,.
Magistrates, held courts en the second and
fourth Saturdays In March, June. September
and Decomber. A. J. Suit, Constable
Maysllok-Cbarles W. Williams abd J. D.
Haymond, Magistrates, bold courts en the sec
ond and fourth Fridays In March, June, Sep Sep Sop
eomber and December. James H. Hobcrsen,
Lewlsburg Isnae L. Mcllvaln and Jeseph
M. Alexander, Magistrates, held courts en the
second nnd fourth Thursdays in March, June,
Soptember and Docembor. S. M. Strede, Con Cen Cen
stabeo. Orangeburg M. D. Farrew and Lewis Mi
Cellls, Magistrates, held courts en the first
Saturday nnd last Monday in March, June,
September and Docember. W, II. Ceryell,
Washington Edward Belfry and Arthur F,
Weed, Magistrates, held courts en the fourth
Tuesdays and third Wednesdays In March,
June, Soptember and Docembor. Geerge C.
Murphysvllle-Jehn E. Wells nnd W. W.
Wortblngten, Magistrates, held courts en the
fourth Mondays and third ThurSdaysin Mareb,
June, Soptember aud Dcaouiber. Ii. T. But But But
Fern Leaf Samuel 13. Mastin and PotteII-D.
Owens, Maglstratei, held courts en the second
and fourth Saturdays in March, June, Septem
ber nnd Decomber. Charles Wallingford, Con
stable. Uelena-Wllllam Luttrell nnd Jeseph W
Ha. A. ma... lf.i.l.,.nlA. ft.nt., AA..m.a .... . C a.....
end und fourth Wednesdays In Marel'i. June, .
Bepiemnur ana ueceweer. jsinef K, nirraw,
.J- - '.-'' L.li -tttu. Vf.