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The Editor of Tnu Lceasn Is net rospensl dble for the opinions expressed by Correspond ets; but nothing" reflecting upon thocharao thecharao thocharae Jter erahablts of any person will be ndmttted ite taese columns.! i rjvrreepQnacnui vnii puxue sena jjcuersse est te rcoeAU) net uxur man s ecmck a.m. awe fact in u few words a possible. We taint twos in tita department, and net advertising notices or political araumenU. OCR AGENTS. The following re authorized Agents for The. Public Lbdeer In their respective local JranfcU7V Matthew Hedman. Xetcna Rebert B. Cord. Sardts B. O. Orlgsby. ,. immeururgv. u. hobs. : , , Sprtnedale O. C. Desman. neyRttc vunriefl nevier. Tatteebutv Mrs. Jennle Stewart. ML Carmet Kelly Foxworthy. Aueusta Lcunder Tully, Peed Jeseph W. Williams. BbHefcSprln0:-J. H. Hunter. Subscribers will save the treuble of lotter writing by paving tbelr subscrlDtleus te the sTsm? fit Agent at their Dlncn. SAUDIS. Billy Cellins was burled at Shannen the K ether day. Esqulre J. M. Ball has tnored Inte his new house East of town. i V Mrs. Q. W. Dye has been for some tlme en sj the sick list. She Is new seme better. There will be Thanksgiving Sorvlce here next Thursday. Bev. O. N. Jelly will preach the sermon in the M. E. Church, Seuth. Hare we a flour trust? When wheat sold at iV from SO cents te SI per bushel we had te pay Efc St BO per barrel for flour. Nowwheat Is going at from 60 te 00 cents per bushel, yet we have te pay ft CO a barrel. There Is a wrong seme where. The prlce of wbeat should gevern '. the cost of flour. I hepe the Demecrats who, E, when they get Inte office, are going te abolish p all the monopolies and right all our wrongs, ",, will set this llttle matter straight. STEAMBOAT MATTERS. what is going vs along tub 11EAUTIFUL OHIO RIVER. Driftwood Gathered en Shere and Stream by The ledger1 lleather-llealen Old Tar ' and Piled Up Heady Fer Use. The Iren Queen baa a new whistle this season. The cold wnve discourages the outlook' M for mere water. Ja The work of getting empty barges up ' the river te the mines continues. f ... & AMONGTHE RAILROADS VIIE STEEL HIGHWAYS THAT LEAD te and yuan matsvillk. E , i Item or the lUsll That Are Stoked Vv and K Piloted into The Ledger' Column by a TlioreuyMif Cemfietent Engineer. The efllces of Superintendent Lewis JMTtrc , sua ucccrai rassengcr ana r reigm Agoni iirewn, which are new in Lexington, will be transferred te Ashland at an early date. On account of Thanksgiving Day the C Atnrt t cnlt1 tmntrn a limit r9 nil smm-1 P? tnr Heir fitn nM NnvftmhAr 2.1H And Pith 'geed returning Monday, November 28th. P Tickets sold at rcgnlar round trip rates. Athland JVtftc. The A. C. and I. Rail way Company are making preparations tM audio the tansfer business at this point with the greatest dispatch possible, in they will seen be handling both the Pf, Hd W., C. and O. and 0. H. and D. bis&M en this side of the river. It will ryMnrevnKujr require vwe engiuus 10 uu luu frr. wm4c In nnler tn net flelm tlin Irnnnfnr ,"' steMMrs. '&XAi the Teturns from the counties com- pding this Appellate Court District have r received and tiled witu the Hccrclary wJKt. The actual vote given Hazel tg', Democratic Judge of the Court of tit."- .. qq ,n, 'TTI,I ,1 , 1. 9t",9n, wkh makes Iazelrigg's plurality PftiMlif se dkktrtenmcnt among the an of Covlagtek ea account of 04h-e cestrary, tkey we far -'--"---' Jw WWWW PI HVK km x Madltt te tkttH tA Iks murl'. trad ruairesw- JCESTUCKX ITEATUEn IIEPQRT. irint We Stay Eiect Jlettcren Til Time and To'Slerrow Evenlny, THE LEDOEIt'S WEATHER SIGNALS. irhtte streamer FAins Dlits nxitt or snew: With Dlac above 'twill warmkr grew. If Black' DRNEATH COLDER 'twill bOJ Unless lllack'i shown no chanse we'll soe. CBThe above forecasts are made Ter a period of thirty-six hours, endlng at 8 o'cleok te-morrow evenlng. i Football lias taken u strong held en seme Kentucky towns. The Quickest Way te Cure a Celd. De you wish te knew the quickest way te cure a cold? We will tell you. Te cure a cold quickly, it must be treated before the cold has become settled in the system. The first symptoms of a cold is a dry, loud coughing and sneezing. The cough is seen followed by watery ex pectoration and the sneezing by a prefuse watery discharge from the nose. In sovere cases there is a thin white coating en the tongue. What te de? It is only necessary te take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in deuble doses every hour. That will greatly lessen the severity of the cold and in many cases will effectually counteract it and euro what would have( been a severe cold within one or two days time.. Try it and be convinced. Fifty cent bottle f.er sale by Power & Rey nolds. The Emersen Piane. The Emersen Piane Company of Bosten, Mass., and 93 Fifth Avenue, New Yerk, have had a long and successful oxperlcnco In the manufacture of pianos, and have attained an enviable reputation. Theso pianos nre of the very finest tone and of the best materlat and workmanship, and are sold nt modcrute prices and en reasonable terms. As a general thing a person buys a piano but ence In a Ilfotime, and It Is, thorefero, very Important that the Instrument should combine as many dcslrable f eatures of a permanent character us possible Manufacturers of geed reputation nnd of long standing should be the favored ones. The Emersen Piane Company ha, e made and sold upward of sixty thousand pianos; and they warrant overy Instrument sent from their factory. They will send te any of our readers who may be thinking of purchasing a piano, their Illustrated catalogue frce of charge; and It will be found te be an Interest ing publication. Fiue nnd Accident Ins. W. R. Warder. : i I L t t i tr- e hi S3 - e 2. C5 n "D ! ! 1S tsl CO e 3 5 te fc- S3 3 en a C5 O "-J te g go s fs S CZ2 as cc 4 Washington Opera-Heuse, ZDMMIOK h KlXimikli, MgTi. Saturday, Nevember 26th, '92, TIITS UTTLK SUNBEAM MARIE HEATH, And her company of Jelly players in that de lightful musical comedy, Frask Marpliy, The original "McOoo "McOeo "McOoe gle." Henry Vegcl, Cemedlanand baritone from "AU Uaba." James F. GrceHe, The colebratod slnger, danoer and oemedlan, late e' "Oh, What a Nlghf " Fannie Durhsw, The famous soprano anddnneer. Jeppie MHlFMiie Tafkish Bath! XA vtvMMVC vWWI JFVHy fWVQvH OKTXfMt AdveriUcmcnttwuler ituheadtne of "Hdp lmflld,, "SUuatUmi Wanted," " Let," " Pound," At., of an attepty hie nature, and net te exceed three lime, en thU page, are FREE te all. tWNe Rwineet AdvtrtUemtnti Intetitd with' out pay. If antrwenjail te tome Ute finit time, we invite as many repetitions an am neeeesary te itcure what you advertlefer. We wish the advertisers te feel that they are net imposing en uebyuslne our free columns. AdvertUemcnU tan be left at out eiflce or sent through the mail te THE PUBLIQ LEDdER COMPAIfT, Ne. te E. Third Street. WAHTTO. WANTED Hy an oxperienccd seamstress ramlly sewing te take home or would go out by the day. Innulre at this oOlce or mldreijs Bex 663 City I'.O. w ANTED OIHoe Hey. Apply te DU3. STItODK SAMUEL. WANTED The thlef who stelo Geerge N. Crawford's Whoelbarrow te return same. . . WANTBD-Dlacksmitb: must be a geed herse shoer. Steady Jeb nnd geed pay te right man. FltANK DtJNCAN. Sardls. Ky. WANTED-Ladles te knew that Mrs. Hlse of tbe Sixth Ward weaves carpet at Ne. 1213 Ferest avonue. WANTED A girl te de general house work. Apply te JIBS. JOHN M. BAINS, 133 West 8ocend stroet. WANTED-Ladles te knew that Jliss Eva DoAtley Is carrying en n Dressmaking establishment in the Sixth Ward, and would llke te have them call. rOS BAjB. FOB SALE-Ne. 13 Celt's Club Gun; geed as new. DAN SHAFEIt. FOB SALE One Herso Spring-wagon.. Ap ply at Geerge Crawford's blacks nilthshep en East Second stroet FOB SALE Second-hand snre. wardrebe and olllce desk. Apply te G. W. GEISEL, In afternoon. jrea&BgT FOB SALE One Cleak Table with elevating top, two Cleak Backs, all geed as new. cheap. H. C. MeDODOLE. Assignee. FOB HENT Lewer fleer of my beuse en West Second street, sultablofer a small family. Apply te JIBS. MABV BILKY. FOB BENT Adamsen heuse en West Sec ond street. Apply te V. D. COOHBAN, Agent. "CIOB BENT A small oettago en Walnut X? street. Fifth Ward. Apply te MISS JEN NIE POTTEB. FOB BENT Modern Cettage en Coramerco stroet. Fifth Ward. Fer terms, Ac, apply at Adams' Express OOlce. OST. LOST Twe pair baby Hose last week en Second Street, botween Sutten nnd Ltme stene streets. Finder will plcase leave at this office. LOST, STBAVED OB 8TOLEN-A dun cow about 0 ears old. Sharp horns turning upward. About three-fourths Jersey and Is giving milk. Heward for the return or In formation leading te ro-pesseeslon. MBS. M. A. McDANIEL. Fern Leaf. ICy LOST Small purse with Ji In It, botween Kackley's Gallery and James Banking's residence. Finder please cell nnd get reward. LOST A Baby Pin with name "Ratie" on en graved thereon. Finder ploase leave at this office LOST A lady's silk Handkerchlef. Flgder plcase leave at Mrs. Kute Blorley's and receive reward. LOST A Limestone Bulldlnir Association book marked MAHY OABBISON. Please return te ) Eust Third street. LOST A pair of geld Spectacles Sunday mernlni? either In Courtheu60or en Third street bctween Court nnd Plum. Beturn te Mrs.M. G. Clurke, .ft! East Third street, and recolve rewanl. LOST A pair of geld rltnmed Nese-glHsses In street car or at cemetery. Sultable rewurd for their return te M. C. BUS3ELL. Bourbon Farms! FOR SALE. I have three improved farms, four miles from Millersburg, that must be sold te settle Mrs. Haniiaji Sandusky's Estate. The land is excellent. J. B. SANDUSKY, PINCKABD, KY. Administrator. WHITE, JUDD & CO. Are still la the- FUMITURE BUSINESS At Ne. 42 W. Secend Strest. J. J. MTZGfEEALD, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter! 41 West Second Street, Jewel Gas Steves. HAYSVILLE, KY. w.n.wADSweRTn, bb. w.n.wADSwenTn, jn. WADSWOttTIl & SON, ATTOIliVBrS AT LAW, MAY8VILLE, KY. The general practice of Law, t. h. n. smith, dentist ! The latett Lecal Anasthcttetfer the Painless Extraction of Teeth. Fer kecplng your tceth and gums In erder use Supenla, beet teeth wash known te the world. Office, Boeond street. COAL, COAL ! FOR SALE. N. COOPER, AGKNT VeH Peach Orchard Ceal Ce. AU grades of Ceal received dally. Orders left at my Oralnheuse, or Brickyard corner Boeond and Union ttreets. will roeoivo prompt attention. jVe Charge! Gee. M. dinger & Sen, BUCK MASOKi AKB(XT1ACTWMI! ssyeMBMMsMjs H7rV r ViV vrw r Vavi U 3m. 417, JUYIYIUX. XY, mKmmmmm& I BALLENGEB Diamonds I C JW mttsfwti yiiivivivfr wnmrmnrtTrmmiirnrtTfiirimiintriffmnnirnrmiirimin I Cot sets ! Corsets ! The attention of the ladles Is Invited te our Cerset De partment. In addition te the 40e, OOe and 75a lines we are showing eight lines nt fl.lneludini Ball's, War ncr's J. n., C. P. Imperted woven and the Colebratod Jacksen Cerset Waist; also two lines of P. D. Corsets at (1 TS and 3 60. We nre sole Agents In this elty for the well known Equlpolse Waist. Our line of ulaek Hosiery for Lndles. Misses nnd Children In Cotten, Floecca-llned and Casbmore Is cemplete In all grades and sizes from 10 cunts te f 1 per pair. Ladles should bear In mind that our Black Hoslery Is all Ethiopian Dye and Is warranted fast and stainless. Our Cleak stock Is oempleto and our prices will be found the lowest. Don't fall te call In If you need n cloak. UBOWNING & CO. Corsets ! iililUillJlllllJllJllJIlJlllUilliiltlliillJlUUllilllillJllJllllUUiilK DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JlmMWfifrlfiinE I P. J. MURPHY, SUCCESSOR TO HOPPER & MURPHY. THOMAS J. CHENOWETH, 3D3RTJOO-I3T. MAYSYILLE. FOll MAYOR. We are authorized te announce HABBY HAULMAN as a candidate for Mayer at the ensuing January election. We nre authorized te anneunce E. E. PEABCE, Jr.. as a candldnte for ro-electlon te the ollieo of Mayer at the ensuing election for City officers. FOK CITY MAUBIIAli. We nre authorized te anneunce M. E. Jlc KELLUP as n candldnte for City Jlnrshal at tbe ensulng January eloctlen. We nre authorized te anneunce E. W. FITZ GEBALD us a cundldate for Marshal at the ensuing elty oleatlen. We are authorized te announce JOHN W. ALEXANDEB as a candidate for City JIarshal at tbe ensuing January election. We are authorized te anneunce JOHN V. DAY as a candidate for City JIarshal at the ensuing January election. We are authorized te anneunce JAMES BEDMOND as a candldate for City JIarshal at the ensulng January election. reit citv crjaiu. We are authorized te anneunce HABBY C. McDOUGLE as a candidate for City Clerk at the ensuing January election. We are authorized te anneunce JtABTIN A. O'HABEus a candldate for re-election te the office of City Clerk at tbe ensuing cltyoleo tien. FOIl ASSESSOR. We are autborlzed te anneunce CHABLES D. SHEPABD as a candldate for City Assessor at the ensulng city oleetlon. We are nutberlzcd te announce F. W. DAUEB as a candidate ter City Aesosser at tbe ensuing city oleetlon. FOR COLLECTOR AND TREASURER. We are authorized te anneunce B. A. COCH BAN. Jr., as a candldate for the office of Collocter and Treasurer ut tbe ensulng city oleetlon. ' , We are authorized te anneunce JAMES W. FITZGEBALD as a candldate for Collector and Treasurer at the ensuing city election. We are authorized te anneunce HORATIO FICKLIN for Colleotor and Treasurer at the ensulng city election. FOU WIIARFUASTER. We nre authorized te anneunce C. JI. PHIS TEH as a candidate for re-eloctlen as Wharf master at the January olectlon, 1893. FOR COUNCILMAN. TJtlnl irerd. We are authorized te anneunce C. C. HOP PEB as a candidate for Council from the Third Ward. FeurUi H'arcl. We are authorized te anneunce JOHN T. JIABTIN as a candldate for Councilman from the Fourth Ward. Fifth Ward. We nre authorized te announce C, W. WAR DLB as a candldate for Councilman from the Fifth Ward. SHERMAN HOUSE, Frent and Main Streets, Cel. WILLIAM 0RT, CONCORD, KY'. Proprietor. JBWLY rCBSlSHBD: KVlKTTglSO FIK3T-CLA88. MONUMENTAL, STATUAEY AND CEXETUY WORK, In Oranlt and Mart. M. E. GUCMOIUB, U W. BaceKB wr. KAVfJVILLK. XV. msrTlsMMs1MWsMimiSM,te..sA Corsets ! I Repairing of all Kinds JEWELRY. KENTUCKY. Opening Days! NOVEMBEB 2Mb AND 20th. Holiday Goods! AT J. T. KACKLEY & CO.'S. Wholesnle and retail Reeks and Toys. Bo Be member that Llfe Size Photographs make the best Christmas Prcsents. Have thorn made new. J. T. KacMey k Ce. asm6 mm steee A First-class Line of Everythlap; Usually Found in a Drugr Stere. POWJfifi, & REYNOLDS. 2S PUEE DRUGS! Points and Oils, Best Brushes, Finest 8eaps and Perfumes, the Choicest .Assortment of Fancy Goods, Greatest Variety of Lamps All for sale by J. JAMES WOOD, DBUGGIST, Maysville Ky. Prescriptions at all hours prepared with care and accuracy by William C. Weed, pharmacist. Small, the Tailor CAN BB FOUND AT HIS EMPOEIUMefEASHION Ne, 110 Maritet Street. OppeglU Central Hetel. COCHBAN & SONS, ArxeUiViirs at law, COURT STHEKT. ROOT OBT.A.CXKJHRAir, 1 . U. J. OOOHKAM, tU. D. COCHBAN. A, UAT8VILLB,Kr WM, Dr. J. H. SAMUEL, Mx twJiUat awariea OeW HmiHiii KesjdWI, t mm """tJt,jr;1" " 'IW WSWsmsmsmssSamssmmsst$tmsmmmtMSMmm)smmmmmstmmmmimfm '- '" """'I t'1'"" ' iad VrtVWVV . imMAII MUMHUHc Gm OINCttiATI biVtaiON CII.HAFAkir!XCLbHIe1S A. .. . . "1J r (i. 2 :j r. mi Ne. -M.J:) p. mil Ktwt n e. isu.-!:!) u. nin V- ( W......O.W r Ul . I Ne. 1 6-21 a. m. w..' Ne. 19 ...JHOa.m we" 1 NO.17....10 15 a. m ;twta ,(M.,i.m ,yt u i Add twenty-six minutes te Ket elty time, j Nun. 10 mill 20 nrn tha Mavsvllla aoeemraoda - - - -- - - - ----- at&ftafSl ILkafJ "utS tlen. and Nes. IT and 18 the lliintliurten accem vi modatlen. Nes. 1 nnd 3 are tne rust psprcss ,-t and Nes. 8 und 4 the V, F. V. Ne. 4 (K. F. v.) is useuu train wan tureug-n dlnlnir car nnd Pullman sloepors te Wnshlnp i ten, nammore, i'niiaaeipnin anu new xeric.m inreiiKU ruiuuau siuupur v iviuuuiuru,.. uq n,wl lll.l nntnPAmrni Vn. 3lannllfl truing with Pullman sleepcr te WashlnMeb. makings all Eastern and Boutheastorn connections. ji Tbe accommodation trains are unuy exoepr Hnndnv! the rent nre dnllv. . Direct connection at Cincinnati for points" west and south. HAYSVIL.E DIVISION. PeuthbmVndr Loavef Jfaysvllle'iit 8:30 a. m. for Paris. J-or- tnj-ton,Clnelnuatl,Blch mend. Stanford. Llv lutrsten, Jolllcej JllddlosberouKh, Cumberland Gap. Frankfort. Loulsvllle and points en N. N. and JI. V., Eastern Division. jb, : Leaves JInysvllle at 1:40 p. m. ferPris,r-ln-' einnati, Loxinirten, winoncster, monmeau m nnd points en N. N. and JI. v., Eastern Divis ion. ' - ,''! Northbound. cfc Arrive at Maysville at 10.00 a. m. and 8M3y V'h , , ,- ah iniins aauy except eunaay. Add twenty-six minutes te get city tlme.' Pal eirkct iteim. wst ThA Ohie flhti ftiOiitiiu' pi llailxcayt r 51 Is the short Une be twoen Clnelnnntl, and St. Leuis, nnd all of its trains run through solid .'VVm'J te 8t. Leuis. Ne transterrlnjr of baffsage or ' of passengers who trUvel en O. and JI. trains. fl.. .t... ... knMM I. AilaUnTn . U Tvi.1 .LlUVll JAOS IU.U ICU UUUI. IB UUI UUIU K Uk. UVUlOf whero our trains make connection in the Union Depot with trains of all lines for the West, Southwest and Northwest. The Ohie and Mississippi Hallway Is tbedl rect and fast line te Louisville. .. The Ohie and Mississippi Hallway gives spo spe clal attontlen te colonists going west, either , slngle or In parties. Our agents are pre pared at all tlmes te furnish Information as te rates and routes te points West, and when passengers nre ready te start w'd secure their tickets at lowest rates and attend te check lntr baggage through te destination. ' Fer tlckets via. O. and M- Batlwayt and ' further Information call en agents of connect ing lines or address C. W. PABIS, Control Pnssengcr Agent O. and M. Hall way, 48 West Fourth Street, Cluelnnati, O. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION ADOPTED BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO., or lursviLLs, ky. Aiit. I. Be it Known that William H. Cox, Themas A. Davis, W. H. Wadswertb, J r-. Sam uel T. Hickman, A. JI. J. Cochran, M. C. Bus soil, Geerge L. Cox and Allen A. Edmonds, have this day associated thomselvcs rogather and beceme Incorporated under and by virtue of Chapter 66 or the Ooneral Statutes of the State or Kontueky as The Public Lcdger Cem puny and by that nnme shall sue and be sued, contract and be contracted wltb, and shall have perpetutil succession and a common sent, with power te niter same at pleasure. Aiit. 2. Tbe capital sleck of said Cerpera tteu shall be (5.000, dlvlded Inte shures of 1 10 caeh, nnd tne same shall be transfera ble by written assignment en tbe certificate, nnd when transferred the certlUcatq for same shall be surrendered te the Company and can celed, and new ones Issued in lleu thereof. Aiit. 3. This Corporation is organized for the purpese of publishing a newspapcr in the city of Mnj Rvlllu, and distributing the same throughout the state of Kentucky, and ferthe carrying en of a general uowspaper business In said city nnd state. Aiit. 4. Tbe principal place of business of ald Corporation shall be at JInysvllle, Ky. Tbe capital stock of said Corporation may be Increased nt it meeting of the stockholders (theso holding u majority of the stock ossent ing thereto) te any sum net oxcecdlng $10, 000. This Corporation may organlze when W shares or its stock Is subscribed. 8 took may be paid for In money or equtvutent at an agreed contract price, and any stock net sub scribed fur may be sold from, tlme te tlme, as the Directors may direct and authorize, and the certificates of stock shall be signed by the President and Secretary, and tbe corpo rate seal Bhall be affixed te same. Aiit. S. The Corporation shall be managed bv a Directory of flve persens who shall be elected annually nt the Company's ofllee la Maysville, Ky., en the 1st Monday In JUrch of each year. If, for any reason, there should net be ii u election bold at tbe tlme fixed, the Directors In eltlcu shall contluue as sueh until their succesers nre elected and qualified. Aiit. 0. Tbe Directors shall cheese from their number a President and Vice-President, and from said number or the stockholders a Secretary and Treasurer, or, If they see fit, they may oembluo theso two ollleors into ene. They shall olcet an Editor, and may oleot an assistant te the Editor, both of whose duties and tenure of offleo they may fix and pre scrlbe by by-laws of the Company, whleh by laws a majority of the Dlroetors may adept for the management of the Cempany'&affalrs. Aiit. 7. The Company shall net Incur an Indebtedness oxcecdlng. In the nfi-sreerate. at any ene time, a sum equal te ene-half of the capital stock paid in. Aht. 8. The prlvnte preperty of tbe stock holders of this Company shall be exempt from all debts or liabilities of the Cerpera tlen. v , Aiit. 0. The Corporation shall begin when It shall have organized, as provided for borelu, , and shall contlnue as long as may be nooos neoos noeos sary, according te law. In witness whereef, the said Incorporators have boreunte set tbelr hands this 10th day of Jfareh, 1802. William 11 .Cox, a. JI. J. CectiiiArr, Themas A. Davis, JI, C. Busbbll, w. H. Wadsweuth, Jr., Gee. L. Cox, S T. Hickman, Allen A. Edmonds. State or Kentucky, I a,, JIasen County. fD" I, T. JI. Pearoe, Clerk of the County Court for the county and state aforesaid, de certify that the foregoing Artlcloef Incorporation of The Fnblle Lcdger Ce. was, en March 10, 1888, produecd te me In said county, and acknowl edged by said Themas A. Davis, William H. Cox. W. II. Wadsworth, Jr., B. T. Hlekman, M, (i Bussell, Qoergo L. Cox and AUea A; Ed monds each te be thetr act and deed, and ea March 14, J802, the same was again reproduced te me and acknowledged by A. M. J. Cochran te be his act nnd deed, and ledged for record, whoreupon the same. togethor with this cer. ttUonte. hath been duly reconted In my qflee. Given uudnr my hand this 11th day of March, 1802. T. M. PKAHCK Cterlc Dy T. D. Blattery. D. O. Thorp la nothing mere dangerous, and nothing mere certain , In tt n r n A X a.a aea W UilUj IM UJiTbUHUl utuu imiiuru wiaier;- ftuilvrmie TheCHOLE ia at pwr vpry "deer ypu can prevent it from (his source ef ef fectually &nd nerina- JJtktwtstmC nently if you use a ;m Pasteur '-p filter!: It ia germ proof, Fer sale by S.B. OLDHAM, Sele Ag4Mlt ; , 0. W. WAliDlX ?il DENTIST; -9- 'A- r i-i. t7 . ... ST. . w:w. flHMUkMMftUV Ml " m IM tMH FtUCll MLLY Jttttrtatr M,m , , 'f ii" ' ' ' i 'j M-.-lStMLift! .7, ., . !