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jjf ., Utfw-' -w.;. S' " -U-, J . tK, 1U. V. in -. . . Wl Eft WTTrTT I' ' l I MAIL r p ' r Tlie. Editor of Tiik Ledqkh Is net respond We for tbe opinions expressed by Correspond Ms; but nothing reflecting upon the charac ter or habits of nny person will be admitted te these columns.! OUIl AUKNT8. 'The following nre authorized Agents for The Public Lkdekii In tlielr ri-spectlve local Meraiibuig Matthew tletrmnn. Helena Itobert IJ. Cord. Minerva Frank W, Iluwcs, jnlfi) B. O. Qrlgsby. OrxtHQetmrQ C. H. Resa. .SirlnIal C. C. Deinimn. .VrtIick Charles Wheeler. ViirImru Mrs. Jennle Stewart. Xt. Curmcl Kelly & Fo.xwerthy. Augusta Lcander Tully. Pei-Jeseph W. Williams. Subscribers will save the treuble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place. '' Correspondent will please send Letter te . em ttirrneh. lu n Intsrlhtrn Dn'eltirk n. m. f7fl' j. TacU In ds few tennis as msslble. Il'e trout bA 'lictrs In Wit department, and net advertising i. notices or political areumem. SV1UXUV.IZ.1S. Miss Tillle Kelly who lives with the family of T. P. Dcgman was en Tlmrs- -day evening se unfertunate as te fall out of an upstairs window, a distance of 12 fcet. Site sustained some painful bruises Vand n tcrriWe jar, but otherwise. Tillic is k nil rlrflit f - UECTOnriLZE. Harvest is ever. W- J. Davis is en the sick list. Ask the boys who shot at them. Mrs. Sallie JlcCall is en the sick list. The Holiness meeting has closed after a "bed time. Wanted, a business man in this town te vkcep it from dying. S. L. Davis is expected te return from his 'Western trip in a few days. M. P. Meedy has bought the Henry Sears farm of J. H. Trislcr; considera tion, ?650. Miss Florence' Cooper has just returned Leme, from a visit at this place. Miss Florence is quite an amiable lady mid made many friends among the young folks while here. The wheat crop has been harvested In this section and is the best crop that ever grew here. Seme crops arc cstl- ;mated at 30 bushels per acre. The corn if;:.,. and tobacco crops arc nlse geed. T. F. , Goodwin has IS acres of tobacco and 20 acres of corn that he defies the county te beat. coming Kentucky Fair. The following list has been carefully arranged fev The Ledeeii. Any omis emis sions will be cheerfully supplied upon notice. Shelbyvlllc, July 13th threo days. Hustenvllle, July 14th two days. Lancaster, July 15th two days. Eminence, July lth flve days. Harrodsburg, July 25th six days. Danvllle, August 2d Ave days. Versailles, August 2d flve days. Columbia, August 8th four days. Shnrpsburg, August Dth flve days. Sprlngfleld, August 9th four days. Lawrcnceburg, August 0th three days. Nlchelasville, August 16th flve days. Caiapbellsville, August ltfth four days. TJnlontewn, August 16th flve days. Lebanon, August 23d four days. Maysville, August 23d flve days. Hendersen, August 23d Ave days. Londen, August 24th three days. Lexington, August 30th five days. Alexandria, August 30th flve days. Franklin, August 30th flve days. Bowling Green, September flth. Paris, Soptembor 6th flve days. llardstewn, September 6th flve days. Mayslick, (cel.,) September 7th four days. Kllzabothtewn, September 13th four days. Winchester, September Uth flve days. Herso Cuve, September 20th four days. Cyntblana, Septcmber 21st four days. Hartferd, September 28th four days. Mt. Sterling, Septeraber 29th three days. Owcnten, October Oh flve days. All the above meetings have trotting contests, these at Maysville being especially attractive. AjraOUNCEMENTS. rem suEitirr. We are authorized te anneunce J. C. JEF FJERSON as the Democratic candidate for Sheriff of .Masen county at the election te be heiA Tuesday, November 8th, 1802. AMENDMENT Te Article One of Articles Incorpera ting the Oakwood Distillery Ce. Akticle te amend Artlcle I of Articles or In corporation of Oakwood Distillery Cempuny, of Maysville, Masen bounty, Kentucky, re corded !n Deed Heek Ne. 03, page 443. Be it known te all whom It may concern, ilhat at a meeting or the stockholders of the iSakwoed Distillery Company, Maysvlllc, Mid at Its oil) co In Maysville, Kentucky, Friday, June 3d, 1892, It was agreed tfeat tne corporate nunie of said company b changed from Oakwood Dlstlllery Cem Mfly te Poyntz Ilrethcrs Company, and AM hereafter the business or said corpora i thm be conducted under the corporate name ' Of Peyntx Ilrethers Company. And it was further agreed at said meeting that Hen II. Pgyrttx, Secretary and Treasurer or said Qakweed Dlstlllery Company.be and ha was au ' tnerMAd te roake proper Roknewlodgment or mm or name bofero tbe Clerk of Ma ,MCuHr Court, and cause same te be pub- MMMH turn reewraea as required ey law. Ptt.emti (Trees, nf Oakwied Distillery Ce. :or jtjwiTUOKr.ltt, KmmS, Clrk of th6 County Court aM tM aerw, de eertify iTWtrument ei wmwvH WMM MN eewH? MM una uy Hn n. reyatz. tt.Uu r. sod 4Md, nod I IM. MUM, 10- tNiUM ' .U'gJkjJJJ Tbe Fourth at the I'estiiltlcf. There will be only one delivery by the carriers en the Fourth of July, and that will be at 7 n. in. A collection will be made at the same time. The General Delivery will close at 0:30 a. in., and remain closed for the day. The Meney Order Department will net be open at all. Fihe and Accident Ins. W. R Warder, i Muuimiv, the Jeweler, has made big reductions en Indies' and gent's geld watches and all ether goods in his line. Prices guaranteed lower than any ether house. Successor te Hepper & Murphy. .rgjBE ADVERTIBIWQ;. 7-k "7i r n'i n I dverttsementsunder 1 0 JlllVl ijti! the headiny of "Help ;miicl.""SKi.eHm irnnfwl," " Lest," " FiiumI," tic, of an accepta hie nature, ami net te exceed three line, mi this page, are FREE te all. i2tf"Ne Business Advertisement in frted uith uith eut pay. , If answer fall te come the firt timet we Invite as many repetition as are necessary te tccurc ichat you advertise for. Il'e wish the advertisers te feel that they arc net Imfieslny en us by usine our free column. Advertisements can be hft at our efflce or tent threutih the mail te THE PUBLIC LEDQKU CflMPAKY, Xe. 10 E.TIilnl Street, WANTED. "7ANTED Te rent a heuse In tbe Third i Ward containing three or four rooms. Apply nt this elllce. YX ANTED Man te sell the host Iren Fence in the world for lawns, yards, schools, parks, cemeteries, churches, tic. There Is money in it for a llve man. Small capital, but energy chiefly required. Address J. II. DAH NALL. Maysvlllc. Ky. 117 ANTED A tlrst-class secondhand Spring- wairen that will hall l.KW or 2.000 lbs. Platform springs. K. II. COHD. Wedenla. Ky. 117J NTED A geed secondhand Shewcase, V 3T.X2V4 feet. Address H. H. COUD, Wedenla. Ky. ' 1A7ANTED 100 subscribers for The Ledeku at this place. . 11. COHD, Agent. We denla. Ky. H7ANTED Te buy or rent small Seda t Fountain complete. Address Hex 105 Mt. Caruiel. Ky. H7ANTED A situation ter an experienced nurse, with geed reterenees. Apply at this elllce. Vs 7ANTED A white girl te de housework. .Appl) at tins eittee. 17ANTED Te exchange u 20 jwund pair of T Dumb-bells ter a pair weighing 5 or 0 pounds. Apuly at Postelllco. WANTED A cemplete set of erds of the Union and Ollicial ltcc- Cenfederate Armies." published by the War Department. Address, stating price, " Veteran' Hex 083, Maysvlllc, Kj W 7ANTED Three thousand subscribers te the ruui.ic LEDOEII. rpSMST. F OH KENT Three rooms en West Second ftreet. Annlr te GEOHOE H. HEISEH. Nes. 117 and 119 West Second. FOH KENT The heuse en Fifth street, lately occupied by James K. Lloyd. Ap ply te JOHN L. CHAMHEHLAIN. Court St. F OH KENT Kooms en first fleer, at 436 East second street, corner repiar. rOK JSAI.B. FOK SALE A very desirable heuse and let en Ferest avenue. The house Is new, modern In style, six rooms, halls, pantry, bath room, geed cellar. Let 83X185 feet. At $2,350. This Is a bargain. M. C. HPTCHINS. Agent. IpOH SALE Fresh cow givlDg 3W gallons ' rich milk dally. Cheap if sold this week. Call at 210 W. Second street. C. S. LUCAS. FOR SALE Elegant two-story frame resi ndonce en Ferest avenue; let 00X150: heuse and grounds in superb condition. Will be sold at a bargain. M. C. HPTCHINS. Agent. FOK 8ALE Seven-room frame Dwelling In West end at $1,800. en liberal terms. Lo cated en street car line. M. C. HUTCHINS, Agent. FOK SALE The splendid suburban rest deuce and grounds of A. J, MoDeuglo, Esq., nearly 9 acres. This Is one of the love liest homes en tbe Ohie river between Pitts burgh and Cincinnati, and can be purchased at a great bargain. M.C. HUTCHINS, Agent. FOK SALE A number of beautiful build ing lets, choice locations, in East end, en terms te suit purchasers. New is the time te Invest in our thriving, growing city. M. C. HUTCHINS. Agent. FOK SALE A second-hand sidebar Huggy. A geed ene. Apply te It. It. FKOST, Wall street. FOK 8ALE-Cew and Calf. Prlce $50. at D. Daulton's store, Fifth Ward. Call JLOBT; LOST A pair of spectacles In red leather case, between Mrs. Heed's residence in Aberdeen und Hectllch's stere in Maysville. Finder nleuse leave et this omce and recolve rewara 1 OST A bunch of Keys, containing among j-j etnersa mgut iatcn anu rostemco Key. Finder please leave at Dr. A. G. Drowning s elllce. LOST A small brass King containing four Keys, (ene Postelllco key.) between 340 E. Fourth street and the lied Cerner. Finder please leave at this office. LOST Three diamond stick pins attached. Finder please leave at this office and re re re coleo reward. T OST A large leather Pocket-book, centalq lng a geld ring and some notes and papers. rdpald If returned te WESLEY VICltOY. Kewa LOST On Third street, between Postelllco and Sutten street, or en Sutten street All, a Postelllco Key and deer Key, attached te a chain. Please leave at this office. T OST-On Third street, between Market and XJ Sutten, a black silk Pocket-book. Finder will please return te this elllce and get reward LOST Oeld Necklace, between Shannen and Murphysvllle, June 12th; charm en it shape of ace of spades, with small Ivery set In top side. If found return and recolve re ward. II. F. COLE. Shannen, Ky. LOST Hetween Owens, Mltohel & Ce.'s hard ware stere and Plum street, a white metal Doerkey. Please leave at Ledger elllce. T ,OST Friday morning, botweon Hectllch's XJ store and Hayswood, a red, folding Pocket-book. Finder will ploase return same te this ollleo and rocclve suitable reward. LOST A black plaid woolen Shawl, fringe en one end. Kinder please return te MHS. MULLINS, oerner Limestone and Fourth streets and reeeive reward. LOOT A Building Association Heek belong ln te Jesh Oreeu. Please lave at this efljee.. rivmi. ktea'a gre i 4 Vlil 'IwiW Mlil.i XUAJL J.1V J I HUl.lXi ') '. XAYSVIIjLE, ky. - . , OTATSMENT-JUNH0ii,l. 4 MESODIICES. Leans und discounts Overdrafts , llauklng Heuse , I Furniture and fixtures f ' Due from banks Cash .f 141.102, 10 a,een ei 24,433 C4 20,553 83 . 15.b03 05 Total 8211.05D S3 I. A A. Finch, Cashier of the nbove-nnmed Hank, de solemnly swear that the foregoing state is trim te the best of my knewledge and belief. A. FINCH, Cashier. ment Sworn te bofero the undersigned this 00th BAKE 0E MAYSTILLE, MAYSVILLB, Kl STATEJIENT ItGSOUKCKS. Leans and discounts $283,898 88 Ovenlrafts 4.73U W Heal estate for debt l,3t)7 01 Hanking Heuse 15,000 00 U. S. KetuM 1,000 00 Other bends 3,500 00 Due from banks ll,Sa h Cash 32.G01 37 Total $459.433 11 I UNCLAIMED DEPOSITS. September 1st, 1871, P. Murphy $50 00 January 10th. 1874. A. It. Tuyler "" ..... 40000 I, J. F. Harbour, Cashier of the above-named Hank, de solemnly swear that the foregoing statement Is true te the best of ray knowledge and belief. J. F. UAUItOUH, Cashier. Sworn te lielore the undersigned this 30th day or Juuc, 1892. . K. HOEFLICH, Notary Public. kAnvjvikAWWVWWIWvAAAAAAAkA w-i--wi-wv-.wwi-k--i-'Wk--i:--. M MSVVVWWWWIWWWAhWlMWWi BALLENGEE Diamonds i AT V 1 , j ????lfVS V-w'VV-Mif'iis'Vi VVVVVVV'wS'ViiVVVVV rwiVVVVWryMVV''VVVVvi WWW 220SwXivXwS? NOTICE! All persons having claims against C. S. Miner, deceased, are requested te verify and present same, together with any claims ngalnst tbe Arm of C. S. Miner & Ure., te said Arm ler payment, nud all persons indebted te the Arm are requested te call and settle any balance In orderteclose up thocsteto of said deceased. I M.C. Russell & Sen will be found en the Esplanade V- durirnj the building of their new 'X JJ IS I Call and See Tliem. fc Hi NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN First That Allen G rover, Calvert C. Arthur, Edward F. Hernden, Henry A. Hees, H. W. Hecs and William Manley have beceme in corporated by virtue of the previsions or the General Statutes or Kentucky under the name of Shannen and Ferman Chapel Turnpike Company, nnd the principal place of transact lng business Is at tbe residence of Jehn H. iiuniuun, r.q., jiiisuu I'uuui), n.. Second The nature of the business pro posed te be transacted Is the construction, maintenance and operation of a turnpike read from the Sardls Turnpike Head near the forks of Shannen creek te Fleming county line near Ferman's Chapel, a distance of about two and a half miles. Third The capital stock or said corpora tien is six tneusana aeuars, in snares or t wenty-Ave dollars each, the private stock te be nald in um pen call of the Dlrocters. and tbe stock or Masen county in accordance with re quirementsef the order of the Court of Claims of Masen county. Fourth Said corporation shall commence business as seen as two thousand dollars Is subscribed te the capital stock and shall con tinue In exlstence Arty years. Firth The atTairs of the corporation are te be conducted by a President and a Heard or Directors, Ave in number, a Secretary and Treasurer, all or whom are te be stockholders In said corporation. Tbe Arst set or officers shall be Allen Grevcr, President; H. W. Hees, Calvert C. Arthur, Edward F. Hernden. Wil Ham Manley and Henry A. Hees. Directors; Edward F. Hernden, Secretary; H. W, Hees. Treasurer, and they shall held their offices until the Arst Monday in April, 16U3, and until their successors are chosen and quail Acd: and every Arst Monday In April thereafter a Pres ident and Heard or Directors shall be chosen by the stockholders, and a Secretary and Treasurer by the President and Heard or Di rectors te held Ter the ensuing year and until tbelr successors are chosen and quallAed. Sixth The indebtedness or said corpora tion shall at no tlme exceed tbe sum of Ave thousand dollars. Seventh The prlvate property of the stock holders Is te be exempt from the corporate debts of said corporation. April 13tb. 1802. ALLEN GROVE It, CALVERT C. ARTHUR. EDWARD F. HERNDON, HENRY A. HEES, H. W. HEES. WILLIAM MANLEY. Gee. M. Ginger & Sen, BRICK MASONS AND CONTRACTORS I Estimates made en all classes of Werk, Leck Bex 4,17, MAYSVILLE. KY. Dr. J. H. SAMUEL, Ex-resilient Surgeon Geed Samaritan Hospital, Kx-ectiug Huperliueudrnt Lengvlew Insane Asylum,; PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OlHcc nud Ilmltlriirt! Third Street, one fleer Wett et ttarktt. MONUMENTAL, STATUAEY AND CEMETERY WORK, Jh Granite and itarble. M. K. GILMOEE, 104 W. Bicend Htbxtct, MAYHVILLK, KY. fB-Freetene Building Werk.Bldewalks, Ac, at evm pi n.Tt J. J. FITZGERALD, Plimtar, Qm and Steam Fitter I 1 pm JfWlW t Vntvf- mwmam r, ii .tlAHILlTIUS. Capllalstoek... :....... Undivided profits Individual deposits Due te ether banks . .JflOO.000 00 . 7.1M) 02 . 102,820 03 1,012 S Total 82U.0.WM day of June, 1802, J. F. PniUUE, Notary Public. - JUNE 30th,l92. LIAIULITIUS. Capital stock Surplus Fund te pay state tax Individual deposits Due te banks .$150.000 00 . 2,2(14 27 . 1,125 00 . 298,105 23 . 0,883 01 jL. Total $458.4:18 U 2&fi&2&5&&g&&i4. x-A-i- Jewelry Silverware N'M IMiMWWWMVVVVV1VVVV.iwvJ TCVS,y?,'3vr VV Euggles Camp-meeting Privileges te Let. The Hetel, Confectionery, Stable nnd Heg gage Privileges will be let te the best bidder. The Heard reserves the right te reject any or all 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 or the Christian Advocate-: Dr. Hamilton of Bosten: Dr. Aultman, Secretary of the Southern Educational So ciety. The preachers of the district are ex pected te be present. The meeting will com mence July 2eth, continuing until August 8th, and will be in charge of Rev. Anion Uerclng, Presiding Elder. Any ene desiring rooms or tents, write I. M. LANE, Maysville. Ky. LIMESTONE PAEM, StAYSVILLE, KY. Mere Speed, Better Individuals und Breeding for Less Meney, than nny Farm. BARNEY WILKES, Sire of seven from 2:19U te 2:30, by Geo.Wllkes.2:2--'.8lreof eighty in 2:30; dam Resa, by Rosceo, son or Pilet, Jr. TERMS, J50 cash at tlme or service, with return privi lege, or f 75 te Insure. ALCANDRE, 2:26. Hy Alcyone, 2:27, sire or twenty flve lu 2:30; dam lady Carr, dam or Ambassador, 2:21K. Mary 8., 2:28, by American Clay. TEB5IS, $50 te Insure. McALISTER, 2:27, By Egbert, sire et firty-twe In 2:30; dam Laura, dam of Egg Het (three yenr-eldl 1:32M, Knight Templar, 2:32. by Hilly Adams, son of Almont. TERMS, 25 te insure. DR. OWENS, Hy Alcantara, 2:23, sire of fifty In 2:30, first dam by Sir Walklll, scc- ena aam ey jiontueicy 1'rlnce. TERMS, $10 cash by season, or f IB te Insure. CeSend for Catalogue. JAS. W. FITZGERALD, MAYSVILLE, KY. aprt emSw Small, ihe Tailor CAN HE FOUND AT HIS EMPORIUM of FASHION Ne. 110 Market Street, Opposite Central Hetel. State National Bank JIAYSVILLE, KY. OAPZXAC STOCK $HOO,OOU SURPLUS 110,000' DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS, C. B. Peabce, Cashier. W. H. Cor, Treildent. Jno. Piles, Vice-President. land Eer Sale, I will offer for sale 80 acres of land situated en the Tnjler's Mill Turnplkeand Kentucky Central Railroad at Summit Station, three ana ene-nair mues irem Maysville, ene or the best markets In the state. Said land is Ne. 1 In quality nene hotter In the oeunty; well watered; can be divided te suit purcliasars; four passonger trains dully; flve minutes rlde te Maysville; geed neighborhood. Any ene desiring a geed location will de well te call en the underslirned at the home at the late Hln. clalr Dlmmitt. If net sold privately will be sold te the highest bldder en July UOth, 1892, One-thlnl cash, balance In ene an two years, with six per eent. Interest en deferred merits. A Hen en the land will be retain irreil ni 1 pay A Hen en the land will be retalned. MRS. ANNA MOUNTJOY. ' Reman! P. 0 Masen County. Ky, 0.WvWAEDHC, JPENTIST er xwMwAix'Jiw - $ Jtaid Lamer Dally Circulation thmi ciny tttpubUtan xcwiap.rin Ankricat ether DAILY. SUNDAY. WEEKLY. Tlic Awircfttvc Republican Journal of the Mc Mc trejwltsA News iKtixr for the Masses, FOUNDED DECEMBER lit, 18S7. Circulation Over 100,000 Copies Daily. The Phf.ss Is the organ or no faction; pulls no wires: has no animosities te avenge. The Most Rematkable JVarxixiwr Success in New Yerh. The Press is a Aatleiinl Success. Cheap news, vulgar sensations and trash And no place in the celuiuns of The Pit ess. The Pkess has the brlghest Editorial page iu New Yerk. It sparkles with peluts. The Piiess Sunday edition Is n splendid twenty page paper, covering every current topic of Interest. The Piiess Weekly Edition contains all the geed things of the Dally and Sunday editions. Fer these who cannot atlerd the Dally or are prevented by distance from early receiving It, the Weekly is a splendid substitute. 4 an .flui'crttiifrii; Medium The Press hai no Superior in Neiv Yerk. THE PRESS Withtn the rc.tci of all. The Best mid Cheapest Newspaper in America. Dally und Sunday, ene year n $5 00 uauyanu sunuay.-six me"tns.. Dally and Sunday, ene month.. Dally only, ene year Dally only, four months........ 2 00 45 3 00 1 00 Bunuay, ene year.... 00 Weekly Press, ene year 1 00 Send for The Piiess Circular. Samples f ree. Agents wanted evorywhere. Address, THE PRESS, 88 Park Rew, New Yerk. COCHKAN & SONS, ATTORNEYS AT LAir, COUUT STHEET, KOIIT. A. COCHRAN, A. U. J. COCHIIA.N '' MAYSVILLE,KY WM. I. COCIIIIAK Allen A. Edmonds, f p:bli: lzzzu E7u,snT3, liAIXTttLr, Et. ORDERS SOLICITED FOR ANYTHING THAT CAN BE PRINTED WITH TYPE. RAII.BOAP BOHirDUI.E. CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO. Ne. 2. 9:10 a. m Bmi pe. -m....i:mi p. m Ne. 4. !s-ue pi m s- m m m uUTF Went p. m Add twenty-six minutes te get city time. ity-i ndS M are the Mavsvllle uccemmi tlen, and Nes. 17 and 18 the Huntington accem modatien. Nes. 1 and 2 are tbe 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, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New Yerk. Through Pullman sleeper te Hlohmend, Va and Old Point Comfert. Ne. Sis a solid train with Pullman sleeper te Washington, making all Eastern and Southeastern connections. The aocemmodatlon trains are dnllv exeent Sunday; tbe rest are dally. Direct connection at Cincinnati for points usi nun oeuin. MAY8VIM.E DIVISION. Southbound. Leaves Maysville at for Paris, Lex 5:30 a. m.fer ingten. Cincinnati. Rich mend. Htnnfnrrl. T.lv. ingsten, Jolllce, Mlddlcsboreugb, Cumberland Gap, Frankfort, Louisville and points en N. N. and M. V., Easteru Division. Leaves Maysville at 1:65 p. ra. for Paris, Cin cinnati, Lexington, Winchester, Richmond and points en N. N. and M. V., Eastern Divis ion. Northbound. Arrive at Maysville at 10:00 a. m. and 8:45 p. in. All trains daily except Sunday. Add twenty-six minutes te get city tlme. m& DinECT ItOUTE WEST The Ohie and Mississi. pi Railway is the short line be be bo teoon Cincinnati and St. Leuis, and all of Its trains run through seldi te St. Leuis. Ne transferring or baggage or of passengers who travel en 0. and M. trains. Less than ten hours Is our tlme te St. Leuis, where our trains tnake connection In the Union DeiKit with trains of all lines for the West. Southwest and Northwest. xne unie anu Mississippi Hallway is thedl ect and fast line te Louisville. . .n. . . L. .-r-'. . .7- . root and fast line te Louisville The Ohie and Mississippi Railway gives spe cial attention te colonists irelnir West, either slngle or in partles. Our agents are prei pared at all tlmes te furnish Information as te rates and reutes te points West, nnd when passengers are ready te start will secure tlielr tlokets at lowest rates andattend te check lng baggage through te dost nation. ter tlokets via O. and M. Railway nnd iiiriiioriniermuuon cuuen agenis or connect' lng lfnes or address O. W. PAHis. Control Passonger Agent O. and M. Rail wny, 48 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O. Cincinnati, Portsmentli, Bljf Sandy and JL'oraerey racKet Company. The splendid beats of this Hue, running 1 veen Clnelnnatl, Portsmouth. I ronten flu be tween nt- ingten, Galllpells and Ppraerey, ps Mays vIUm follews: romerey PaekAta Bebw.a. TUninh ami CH.ef Mftdleen hn MmvMI eltSer way u BO Xtg&flll-rc-ss SsteS iniju.: let.,. ....r,.,.Mr..a Ler M4Tiaurer.....K. A, I rSttnl,.,. ..,. ..,, . ,JB Lssvper a., .vii. i.,t... Weed and CoaUtM&ecter ......Willi WbnrfrnHKr...w... ... ... . . ..O. Si.1 Cltv Proseeutor , . , J. CltvFhTslelan Dr. C. C.-Ot City Undertaker Q. A. Mell Keeper Almshouee Mrs. vattiM K. City COUNCIL. Meets First Thutsday Eventnu in Each ,W William H. Cox, President. MEMDEItg. Ftist Weird. (1) W. H. Cox. (2)W. H.Wadswerth,Jr. (3) Conard Rudy, Second Irani. (DJ.C. Pecer, (2) M. F. Kehee, (3) 0. 11. Pcarce, Jr. Third Waul. (1) R. W. Fitrgerald, (2) H. It. Uierbewcr, (3) L. O. Uatterman. Fourth Il'fln).' .. (1) Tlies. M. Vtoek, (2) Rebert Flcklln, (3) H. L. Newell. ' Fifth Ward. - ill Gee. C. Flemluar 't (2)H.T.Haulman, . v'll Sixth Ward. iIiOpe. flehraednr. ' (2)PolkHieks. (3) Rufus Dryden. The figures Indicate the number et yerfrs each Councilman has te sorve from January, IZV. ' '&5 MASONIC LODOES. Confldcuce T)dge Ne. 52 Mcets first Men. dav nlirht in each month. Masen Ledge Ne. 342 Meets second Monday night in each month. , ti$ Maysville Chanter Ne. 0-Mccts tblra MOBr dav nlirht lb each month. ' -n MavsvllloCemmandery Ne. 10-Meets fourth j iiuuuuy uigui in vacu luuuui. ODDFELLOWS, r t DeKalb Ledgo Ne. 12 Meets uvery TuwdayX nigiu. . - - , i Ringgold Ledge Ne. 27 Meets overy weda; Plsgnb Encampment Ne. 0 Meets" 'second! and fourth Mondays In overy mentb. vvHJ Canten Maysville Ne. S Meets thlrdifendayj nltrhf In nnnli ,nnntl, - . wf Friendship Ledgo Ne. 42, D. of U.-Mwts's first Monday night in each mentb. ' KNiaHTSerrrrniAs. Limestone Ledge Ne. 30 Meets every Frldavl niicnt. j Mnysvllle Division Ne. 0, U. R.-Mcets ,firtl xuusuuj in uvury uiuuui. P. O. S. k. Washington Camp Ne. 3 Meets every Thursj uay nigni. O. A. It. Jeseph Helscr Pest Ne. 13 Meets flrsLandj third Saturdays In each mentb. ' M. C. Hutchlns Camp Ne. 2, S. of V. Meettlj every Wednesday ovenlutr. VA Weman's Heller Cerns Meets second aadij leurtn siiturunys in caeu meutn. k. or n. Maysville Ledgo Ne. 2778. Meets first nnd' 3 tniru xucsuays in cacn mentn. ' BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES, St. Patrlek's Bonevolent Seciety Meets every secenu sunimy. -j Qf.tnll,.. Af ,1... II T f Uaa,. Anww Qlin. day. $; Father Mathew Total Abstlncnce Socletv . fi uuunuij vi tiiu &. ..&. tfibuia u.u... uu,,' .. "v Meets first Sunday In each mouth. Ancient Order of Hibernians Meets third Sunday lucaeli month. A?1 Knights of St. Jehn Meets every Tuesday-, nlirht. . r German Rellef Society Mcets first Monday.) nlirht In nnnh month. i.fl ,- : ft COLORED SOCIETIES. txsnsici. Acacia Ledgo Ne. 21, F. A. M. Meets' SOCOMJ v cunesimy nignt in eacn mentn. i Mt. Hormen Chapter Ne. 8, R. A. M. Meets second Friday in each month. Palestlne Cammandery Ne. 6, K. T, Meets, frtiif-th lVs'lilnt In mirtti mnnlh flit IVUitM & llUil,! 4 VVU UIUIIIUI a. v. e. e. r. Mafsvllle Star Ledgo, Ne? 1918. Mcets flrj ami tmrd tridav nlirht in cacn mentn, Household of Ruth Ne. 37. Meets secead Thursday night in each month. . (.1, DAUOIITEltS OF THE TABERNACLE, Ceneo River Tabernacle Ne. 80. Meet first Thursday in each month. f' DAUGHTERS OF THE OOOD SAWAIUTAN. V....na T nn VTa t lfn.l. flMilV.Jrtn. J.h. .7' j.uij3 uvuu iiu. v. jicuie iiiei.' juiiceun v nigiu in eacn mentn. j. Geed Will Lodire Ne. 40. Meets first EaturA day and third Wednesday night in each mentb'1 Yeung's Temple Ne. 41. Mcets first Meedy,! nignt in eacn mentn. j e. a. it. McKlnnevan Pest Ne. 168. Meets fourth' urday nlffbt In each mentb. Weman's Relief Cerps Ne. 2fc. Meeta fi: xuesuay in cacn mentn. COURT BXXXOXOXT. CinCUIT COUUT, Hen. A. E.Cole. Judire Mavsvll J. II. Sallee. Commeuwoalth Att'y.. .Marsvlll Hen D. Parry, Clerk Msysvilte Aiian u.ueic, waster lommissiener.Mayayuie Courts Meit Masen -At Maysvlllc, Tuesday after tbe sec ond Monday in January, April, July and Octo- hr) Fleming At Flemlngsburg, third Monday In' ;? May and November. v iW Greenup At Qroenup, fourth Monday ln; teDruary ana August. yjm Liewis ai vnneeDurg second Monday ib.j junu una xiccemDer. , 'j& Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday nfter tblrd Monday In September and fourth Monday la) Marcn. , . fcjj MASON COUNTV COORT j Meets Second Monday in Each Menth. Thos.H.Phlster,Presldlng Judge... .Maysvlltei uaanes u. eweu, county Atterney.MaysviL T. M. Pearce, Clerk Mavsvil Jehn W. Alexander. Sheriff. r..Marsvlllel J. C. Jeffersen I nnininJ MaysJI3 SaraP.PorlnerDPut,e91 MaysvHte ueucrii;. ivirK, jauer ,.., Maysviu Jehn D. Roe, Cerenor .....Maysvllj JehnC. Evorett, Assessor .....MaysvHJ G. W. Ulatterman, Scheel Sup't Maysvin IQuarterly Court mcets Tuesday after 'thai second Monday In March, June, September,: ana ueccmuer, anu lias civil jurisdiction HOJ iuu umuuui ui fw.i .. , MAOiSTUATES COURTS. - i Maysville Ne. 1. Jehn L. Grant, Magistrate,! uuius cuun me ursr. 'xuesuay in euen meutii,! Jacob Mlller, Magistrate, holds court met teurtn xuesaay in eaeh month, wta. n. Dftyri DUIl, IXJllSlUUlU, Maysville Ne. 2. T. J. Plckett, Magistrate holds court the first I : Saturday in each, mouthy William Pepper, Magistrate, holds oeurt tlwM leurtn eaturaay in cuen mentn. Constable Dever James Rarnshaw and Frank LussjE ieru. Magistrates, neid courts en tbe Uret tMf third Wodnesdavs la March. June. SentaaUri and Dccember. Jehn Runyon. Ceuetable. .' S Minerva O. N. Weaver and Jeseph M.Byar.' ? Magistrates, held courts en the first and third: xuursaays in Marcn, June, eeptesiDer aM . Dcccmber. William E. King, Conitebie,-, 3i uormantewn Leslie H.Manuen and wm. it; twurintu. tiuntBtnw!99 uum vuuiib ntj h ureL rriuuy nna luiru cmuraay m ma June, September and December." k DlllURr-Ji 1?1 UUII HUU ejauiva & UTM jauffutrates, bold courts en tbe 9 fnii.th Ua,l,w,n..i In II. mI, Ti.Ma -uu.... k..,u,uMja ,u vinivu. VUU&9 Mnvallnkniiarlea V IVIIIlem. aaA 1''S --. .... w.. ... ... .mr tv4 uyuiuuu,inKisrii, liuiu courts qa mi enu ana leurtn r rid ays in Marcn, June, luiuuur unu uuuomuer. jninw B. Constnble. Lewlsburg Isaac L. Mellvaln and jl M. Aloxnnder. MasrlstratBa. hnld oeurt ta secend and fourth Thursdavs in Mireh. J Soptembor and Docembor, S, M.StieJfl, I Cellls, Magistrates, held courts ob tk cmuruiiy uuu last Monday in Ma euiiieuiuur anu uoeemoor, w, uonstaeio. tt ..." ""1-.U,-Brt''ra ueinr ana a.x Weed, Magistrates, held courts, en the : xuesuaya nna tnird weuaeeaays '1 June. Setitcmber and DaaBihar. I Geggln, Constable. ' (rf,5 Murpbysville--Jebn V. elte MT Wi ,,utiuiiiMiuu, jnKKniriuWiHOM OOOTH i fourth Mondays and third TburtKUyi in 1 nlllTa. fVuMtahla l Fern Leaf-Saniuet X. MMt'ln and Pe uwfM, mhwiiw, new Mutu en u Red fourth BatunWyslnWiVeU. June Deebr. OuirlM WeHind MraiM SCSttK MSflkW ? I . VHiff. t V. MflBfc 9llf wt!" T3VUXl-Iiifl'rwit1ef WU C mct. 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