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.. TtHE , WOULD IS GROWING BETTSR,
Tito world is crowinff bott?rl
Thought takes a wider sweep; '
The linnd of sturdy lnbor
"With a friendly hand wo greet;
Wo will not drink the bitter
When so littlo makes it sweet
Tho world is growing letter!
"With fewer musty creeds,
With mora of human strivings
To answer human needs.
With precious harvests garnered
As tue growth of precious seeds.
A REV. BISEOP DETAINED AS A
Tlio recent mortal osit of the lato
Rev. Eihhop Peck recalls an incident
that mnilo national mirth at his exjienso
over thirty years ago; a clover trick of
tho undergraduato boys of Dickinson
college, perpotrated soon aftor hia accession
to tho presidency of that institution.
Tho now distinguished Moncuro
D. Conway, then a Methodist preacher
in prospect, has tho traditional credit of
being ono of tho devisors of tho Schomo.
In tho spring of 1S19 tho Baltimore
Methodist conference hold its annual
session in Staunton, Ya., tho seat of ono
of tho threo state lunatic asylums.
While President Peck was on his way
to tho conferenco, tho young rascals in
tho college of Carlisle wrote a lottor to
tho superintendent of tho Staunton asylum,
stating that a lunatic had escaped
from confinement in Pennsylvania, a
very largo man, vory with
great round, staring bluo eyes, whoso
hperirtl form of mania wns that ho was a
Methodist preacher and president of
Dickinson college IIo nuawered to tho
name and title of "Dr. Peck." Tho
friends of thij unfortunate gentleman
would bo exceedingly obliged' to tho
Staunton superintendent if ho would
watch tho cars, and, if tho individual
described mado his nppcumnco, quietly
take charge of him and keep hiin undor
asylum restraint till soino friend could
get to him. All charges for his detention
would bo promptly met. Tho superintendent
was on hand at tho timo
indicated, singled out his man readily,
and "ourteously addressed him: "Dr.
Peck, I believe?" "Yes, sir." "President
of Dickinson college ?" "Yes, sir."
"I have a carriago in waiting for you."
"You aro very kind," said tho unsuspecting
stranger, as he took hi3 seat in
tho vehicle, and warj forthwith whirled
off into tho lunatio limbo, where ho
would have been incarcerated as a dangerous
maniac, if tho preachers of tho
conference had not interfered and assured
tho incredulous keeper of tho
Old Dominion cranks that tho Falstaf-Ban
doctor was as sano as tho , averago
of humanity, and onijf tho victim of a
SUITS AGAINST IIAILWA YS.
Now York Star.
"Do women bring many suits?"
"They aro the worst "customers we
have to deal with, for they always command
jtho sympathies of" tho jury. A
woman fell over a man's feet by reason
of tho car stopping suddenly, walked
to the sidewalk and there stumbled with
another woman, falling upon her. She
professed to havo injured her knee-cap,
sued us, aud obtained a verdict for
$7,000. She was from tho South, and
it never could bo proven that sho was
on one of our cars, besides which reputable
physicians sworo that if her
kneecap had been injured in tho car it
would have boon ti physical impossibility
for her to walk to tho sidewalk.
Another peculiar case was that of a man
who was assaulted by a
The latter rode for fifteen minutes
in a drowsy condition, whon suddenly
he awoke, strode out aud caught the
man sitting opposite on tho faco. 01
course wo were sued. Tho jury first
gave a verdict for $3,500, tho next jury
disagreed, and a third one found for tho
plaintiff for $200, which wo paid. Tho
man sued for $15,000, and was vory
mad at only getting $200.
THE TRUE INWARDNESS OF THE
"If I give it away how wo mako some
of that lemonade I am afaid it will hurt
our sales, but it'n a fact that the
public ought to know something about
it. Do you know what it costs us to
make a barrel forty-four gallons of
lomonudo? Just $2.25. It makes 450
glasses, which bring us $22.50, giving
us $20.25 profit. On a good day wo
would sell six barrels, which gives us
$188 profit on $13.50 outlay. I havo
done as much in a single day myself.
Horo aro tho items : A dozen lemons, 25
cents; 10 pounds of sugar, $1.50; tartaric
acid, 25 cents; extract of
or soma other coloring stuff, 25
cents. That reduced with 434 gallons
of good Lako Erio water makes a
cask of desirable lomonado."
"But is it harmless?"
"Harmless? Why, man, tho very
cloth that tho glasses stood on was
turned as black as a coal. What must
have been ho condition of the stomachs
after the ownors had downed tlireo or
four glasses of tho stuff? I would never
ollow n child to drink it."
A GLASS-COVERED COURT.
A San Francisco hotel has an immense
court liko tho hotels
of Paris, which, however, aro uncovorod.
This court is entirely tmrrouudod by a
gallery at each Uoor, making six
ono abovo another, all supported
by pillars abovo each othor, which pro
' ;luco an imposing effect. Pooplo in. tho
hotel can look down from thoir roBpoo
tivo floors and "witness the arrivals oi
guests who' aro driven into tho courix
t CONCERNING HISTORY,
' Now Orleans Picayune.
History is not good whon it is nov
It is worthloss until it becomes bo old
that nobody disputes it. No ono has ro
Bpoct for a living historian who tallt
back and must argue his premises yitli
anybody who knows bottor.
, i' i i M i i V
Article of Incorporation' A'otc1 by
tlm Mii.vnvIIIm Artlllelnl lee nnil Ho-
Company of tho City of
1. Ho it known thntA. K. Glnsconk, Chns. R.
I'enice, L. W. Itobertson, W. K. Fink, T. J.
Chenoweth mul C. a. Leach, have" by this instrument
associated themselves togother and
become Incorporated under and In pursuance
ot Cuptcr 52 of the Uonerul Statutes of
Kentucky, ns"Tho Mnysvlllo Artificial Ice
and Kefrluorator Company," and by that
nnnio Minll havo perpetual Miccei'slon, sue
and bo sued, contract and bocontrticled with
aud snail havo a common seal and powci to
alter miuio at pleasure.
'J. Tho capital stock of said Incorporation
shall bo divided Into shares of fifty dollar)'
each aud the subscription tosulu capital stock
shall bo paid as follows, : Twenty five
per cent on the 1st day of July, 1883, and the
reni'ilndorln such .Installments and at such
t lines aud places as tho board ot directors may
8. Tho shares of stock shall bo transferable
by written assignment, or tho
owner upon the coitlflcalc. and when transferred
tlio certificate for same shnll bo sun
to the company and cancelled and a
now certificate Issued In lieu theieof to tho
1. The corporation is organized for the purpose
tun I the business of tlio corporal Ion shnll
bo the tnitnufiicture of Ice by artificial processes
and tho preservation of meat, irult.
vegetable and nil other substances by cold
or the letrlgerutor process.
5. Tho said company shall havo tho power
toacqulioby purchase, or otherwise, and to
hold real and porsoi'til propery to such an
amount us may b necessary aud convenient
for the proper prosecution of the businets ot
said company, and shall have tho sutne
power to dispone of said properly that private
individuals now Havo under the laws of the
Htate of Kentucky.
0. The private property of tho stockholders
of said company shall bo forever exempt
from any nod all liability from tho debts or
liabilities ofsnld company.
7. The principal place of business of said
corpoiatlon shall bo at Mnysville, Ky.
ti. Tho amount or capital of snld company
shall be S2i,(Kj0, which may ntany time, by
consontof the majority of stock voting at a
regular election, bo increased to any amount
not exceeding S 0,i0). Tho shares of stock In
said company shall be slgnot by tho President
and Secretary, and attested by tho heal
ot tho company.
0. The said company shall have tho right to
employ all needful agents aud servant, to
establish by-laws, and mako such rules and
regulations ns may bo necessary tor tho management
of theulfairs ot tho company, not
Inconsistent with tho piovlslousof theso articles
of Incorporation or with tho laws of
this state or the United .States.
10. The business of tho company shall be
managed by u, board ot six dlieutors, to be
elected by the stockholders when the sum ot
55,000 Is subscribed to tho capital stock ot
said company, and thereafter thercshallbuan
annual election of itliectnrsoii Ihetlrst .Monday
lu Octobeiyill of which dlrectorsshall hold
their otllces until their successors nif elected
and qualified. Knell board of dlrectois elec
ted in puisuaneoor this provision Mian from
their own body elect u President, Treasuier,
necieiary ami Huperinieinieni, ami snen
other otlicers ns they may deem necesny
aud said lloaul ot Dliectors shall prescribe
and detlno the powers and duties of said
and from such as they may pieseiibe,
take bond with surety for tho faithful discharge
aud performance of their duties
Stockholders shall bo entitled to one vote for
each and every shnio ot stock held In all elections,
aud in all questions voted ut on In
meetings of stockholders and may cast sata
vote by wi llten proxy.
11. The Indebtedness of the company shall
not exceed the sum of six thousand Hollars
and In no event or time shall the Indebtedness
of the company exceed one-half ol the
12. By consent of a majority of the tock-holders
voting at a regular annual or palled
meeting ol tho stockholders, the piovNlons
of theso articles ot Incorporation may be
amended or changed In the manner
by Chapter 50 or General Statutes
13. Tno proceedlngsof stockholders meeiiug
and tho meeting ol tho dlreetois shall be
regularly enteied In a book of tho company
kept for that purpose. And tho annual business
transacted ol tho company Shall also be
Kept In a regular et of books.
U. Tho corporation shall conimencoon the
loth day ol June, ISSJ and snail continue
therealter lor the period of twenty-five veins
and longer It renewed as authorized by
In testimony whereof tho said Incorporators
have hereunto set their hands this llth
day of June, 1SSU.
PHAS. II. PEARCE,
AV. S. FRANK,
THOS. J. CHENOWETH,
L. W. ROBERTSON.
UluIUROWN'S PILE CI RE will cure any
case of protruding or ulcerated bleeding Plies
by a fewjappllcation!'. A'tiinl willconviuco
any ouo. who Is sutloring with this loathsome
dfseaxe I hat what we say is true. For sale by
GEOP.GE r. WOOD,
Wholesale Di u'4gUt,
. Mnysville, Ky.
has never failed to relieve and CURE any
ease of Indigestion or Dyspepsia. Try it. For
sale by GEORGE T. WOOD,
jOi'Ddtfcwlm Mnysvlllo, Ky.
F ML GROCERIES 'I
Highest cash prlcopiild for country produce.
JyllMU Corner Fourth and Plum stteets.
Goods mul Work WARRANTED.
Number J3, Second street, throe doors below
Market street, Maysvllle, Ky. apllUdly
i l 3a Jp I u c3 ClBJ
was tlio first preparation porfectly adapted to euro
diseases of tho scalp, and tho first successful restorer
of faded or gray hair to Its natural color,
growth, aud youthful beauty. It has had many
Imitators, but nono havo so fully met all tho requirements
needful for tho propor treatment of
tho hair and scalp. Hall's IIaiu Kkmeweii has
steadily grown In favor, and spread lte fame and
usefulness to every quartor of tho globo. Its unparalleled
success can bo attributed to but ono
causo: the entire fulfilment of its promises.
The proprietors havo often been surprised at tho
receipt of orders from remoto countries, whero
thoy had never mado an ollort for IU introduction.
Tho uso for a short time of Hall's Hahi
Renewek womlorfully improves tho personal
appearance It cleanses tho scalp from all Impurities,
eurcs all humors, fovor, and dryness,
and thus provents baldness. It stimulates tho
weakened glands, and enables them to push forward
a now and vigorous growth. Tho eifects of
this article aro not transient, liko thoso of alcoholic
preparations, but rcin.iln a long time, which
makes its uso a matter of economy.
Will change tho beard to a natural brown, or
black, ns desired. It produces a permanent color
that will not wash away. Consisting of a slnglo
preparation, It is opplicd without trouble
K. P. HALL & CO., Nashua, N.H.
Sold by all Dealers In Medicines.
FOR ALL THE POEMS
Scrofulous, Mercurial, and
tho host remedy, becauso tho most
searching and thorough blood-purifier,
Sold by all Druggists ; SI, six bottles, 5.
Jk 1 ? r Ri r. ri c? a r r -th
bl U IVUiiJ Wk, tfl
rf&T'ra st to t f.'onroo Sts.. Chicago, TK SAM
Wlllir I trpil I f vi y r)i!rw ihi.'r r w.
BAUD CA ALOCl'E. i
lor l' ii"'Iii'. .IV E.rrniH i -
I 'lab ot siraunis ruin, ip, imw, in
li'J Pomrom, EpwIiH, Cji l.ini.i. ff??
?in.i. ii.m.i ....t'L iai it n
'llvi, Ruinlty llin.l Ouit.u. l.lWn I
JIM MMrrlIsKl'alnrlMMlnilriiiilaniti III- ii
MfVn for Amilmr I lid, a&u x tn.kli.IUk""
ef ISilct ia.K.
A Sjjoo , .ur oil UlBuusoa of tho
KIDNEYS. ? LIVER.
Pilla, 3G Uosoa, SI.OO
J. T. LEE, Lebanon Pike. Cincinnati, O.
Pent by mail postpiid on receipt of price.
LAND FOR SALE
WILL) sell nl a reasonable price, a sinnll
I tract of twenty-live acre ot toou land in
Low is county, now neenpied by H. P. Adams
between tlio torks of Cnblu Creel:, and a few
miles trom Tollesboro. Anplv to mo In Mays
vlllo or to Stanton & LnieW, my lawyers.
Jyod2w ELI55ABLTU M. J. AUA.MH.
tnr. wxuivux i:t oiii:ai
mcliSldly .SLTTTON STRLET.
ft. R. GLASCOCK&CO l
Is the best place to lc biugulnsln
laivs.iail. II urupilfc uasit 9
m imUms It.ieuJ tuKreamauil'crfumer. ...
. mir. IM If l.l. W. (11..
(I. ..llt..blll(tIIl, li
tat-x libttlui A, taut, ii.
F. L. TRAYSER7
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED !
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED!
Front Street, Mnysville.
A Spocific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
been med with most cratlfylus? success
HAS In nuiuy obstluato cases. 1'iof, F.
V. Clark, professor of Ohoniistiy ut tho university
ol Cincinnati says this water "boloiiKH
to the samo class with that of the Alleahuny
HlniiiKS, ol Virginia," tho medicinal virtues
of which arotoowoll known to bo stated horo.
Those who deslio to try this famous water
aro referred to Captain O. W. Boyd, Lovannn
Ohio; Captain O. M. Holloway, Cincinnati,
Ohio; J. J. Rnlpo, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sulo
In half barrels nnd jues by
UUS. BIMMONS, Proprietor.
ni23d&wtf . Aberdeen, Ohio.
H ni '. i
: Si J1 1L1 Li- ri i k ' l
- "1 1 t ,1 r
, TO AGRICULTURISTS AJSyI OTHERS.
REAPER aud MOWER season having passed, and to mako room for a large number of
wo have determined to offer FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY, commencing July 21st,
FARM WAGONS, .
Queen of tlio Harvest
Corn Sliellers and Straw Cutters,
AT UNPRECEDENTED LOW PIIICE.S. ALL ARE INVITED TO CALL.
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER,
JylOd Nos. 7, Second,
EGWEW & 2IXLEM,
Mnuufnfltureri and Dealers In
STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, COPPER,
TINWARE, HOLLOW. WOOD and STONEWARE.
West Corner of Marled and Third Streets, Maysville, Kj.
OMAHA, ,s3C2?Eh Bird Canes.
SLATE and IRON
GRATES and MANTELS
ol all Kinds.
THE BEST FIiACE
STOVES, GRATES, MITELS, TINWARE, ETC
l umiLUj mmiiLLUj i iiiimiLi liuij
j OUR SPECIALTIES-
Latest and most Impioved Htylfs ol t'oolslnp nnd Hentlnc Htoves. made nt W
Vii of hot blunt clinrcoal Iron, warranted not to liuvoti ounceot tciap lu tbem.
, btoves. of course, wenr the longest.
1IOVNK F(KKI.sir IXJ (iooi)S of all hinds nnd tlio Best ounlltv.
VKKKIil'.ss ICK CltKA.H lias no complications beyond the capacity of
a child. Tlio can sets squnrely anywhere. Tlieilusher
.I4IKr.lt WAMlIMJ Eftective. Best mode.
UUEKN itV TUE WEST WATEK DKAWI.lt, which caves hall ol tho labor ol drawing
wnler from a well or cistern.
JIVHLV tKt:AHKAST'MIKTNO TOVE, which Is admitted by nil who have used it
to have no superior. Call and see It. Call nnd see us whether you wish to buy or not.
1 npllGdly .
BIERBOWER & CO.,
(Successois to A.'J. EGXEW & CO,,) G. W. Tudor's old stand, No. 8!l Market street, Mnysville,
Kentucky, announce o the public that hnvlng puiohnied the inteiest ol A. J, Egnew & Co.,
will conduct tue Miovenud'llu the old stamio! O. W.Tudor on Mmket stieet,
Mnysvlllo, Ky. The new tlrm Is composed of pinctlcnl men of lonn expeiieneeand
clusd workmen. The best biands of
will ueronHtnnth kent on hand at the LOWFRT l'HICEH. Boollni: nml oilier like wnilt
1 done In the best manner ai dpuaianleed toulvosatlstnctlon. Attentive and polltohnlosmeu
at our stoio will mve closest nut ntion to ine v ants ol our customers,
debts oli j? by the late fiini ol A. J. s Co., will he jinld by us and all claims
duo said til in aio pnji.blo lo us l.j the teimsol Iho putehafe. Youis Bespectlully,'
Wjf ""IIIIP? F"? H R Bt R F T Ic ldlnlly recommend tliLMihnveiiiunedfliiii.niiil
I E w 0 au Cu UDEnCU'
I friends favor them will. Ihelr patioiiuue. Vts
J. C. Pecor Es: Co.
I'AIATS, )1I.S, X'AltM.SH. mul ItrAnT
m - jw:i. i "wi1 niw ' it: tt:
I'uro Inilii!iiiuutloi) of Kidneys. Liver and
tUdder llritkdust depoliH, und Diabetes,
deoses of the Urinary Or- .3
nins; Torpia Liver, lniugestion, ,.
iouretontain, lioui itopmcui
flfi Dosoa Tor w .t uii7.
Sl.GO. Uliouiuatlsm 01
U tho Joints. Vomltr
itics. InQiiniraation ol
h tlio Urethra. A Snoclflo foi
Stone lu the Bladder : Lucoo
snw? rhnua. BUeiises ol tho Prostate
J Qland, Brltfhl's Dlseaboof tho Kidneys
S. T. LEE, Cincinnati, O.
No. 0,"V. Second St., Opp. Opera House,
Fruits and Vecotnblesln season. Your patron
820 respectfully solicited, lUdly
and IS, Sutton Streets, MAYSVILLE, KY.
! fc I I fc. iM 1
M fl.l wWiMflSMPjasStaiAKr
ran I ( Iron
BLATTERMAN & POWER.
would be pleased to havo my old customers and
ectlnlly. (mehSWwlun) . W.TBHOU.
frank b. mmm
Has ust lecelved 500 copies ot
A Treatise on the Horse
Ami ins iini:asi:s,
By Dr. B. J. KENDALL.
The best woik for tho money published
Adihess ninll oidersto
myOtl&wtf .Mnysville, Ky.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS!
PEUSCXS In vniit ol bulldlni? lumbor,
loucliiK or shingles, will llnd It to the Interest
to add less us at vanccburg, Ky or II.
O. Barkloy, Jlaysvllle, Ky. Wo havo
mado from yellow poplar with' square butts,
canal to Michigan piuo at much less price.
HhiiiKleskopton hand aud forsalo by Collins,
Itudy & Co., and II. C. Barkloy, Maysvllle,
jaJdlin" l'kWIS COUNTY LUMBER CO.
Cor. Sixth, and "Walnut Sts.
, Lkwis Vanpkn, Proprietor.