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WEDNESDAY EVE., JULY 25," 1883. BOSSEB & MoCARTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Address All Communications. Teach your sous hoiuo usoful trado And you nro suro to And, That when they mako the race for bread They'ie nnvir loft behind. And If you Ml to give tho boys Homo earnest work to do, The bnd results of after life Must bo marked down to you. New whent sold nt one dollar n bushel in this city Tuesday. Dr. G. W. Mautin 1ms sold his crop of now wheat, consisting 6f about three hundred bushels, to John N. Thomas & Co. Tho price paid was SI bushel. We were shown recently n sample of tho "White Star," a new variety of potatoes, grown by Mr. Thos. Nolin, near this city. They are a fine potato and very prolific. It is estimated that 7,000 people attended tho High Bridge Camp Meeting last Sunday. Rev. T. DeWitt Talmngo is expected to preach next Saturday and Sunday, tho 20th and 30th insts. Fauquier, Va., claims to have tho boss, apple tree in this country. It is said that bushels of apples were grown on it one season, and that a gallon barrel of brandy w as made from ono season's bearing. The Rev. T. DoWitt Talmngo is expected to preach at tho Deering Camp Meeting August 7th and 8th. A lecture in this city by this talented preacher would certainly draw an immense audience. Why can't wo have tho lecture ? " A word to tho wise is sufficient." The Rev. J. W. Asbury, colored, nominee of tho Republican party for Superintendent of public instruction, failed to appear at tho Court House last night. A largo crowd had assembled to hear this colored orator's speech, but they had to content themselves with Gen. Fry's harangue. Mn. Thos. Nolin, of this city will have charge of the dining hall at the Deering Camp Grounds during tho approaching meeting. Several necessary improvements have been made on the building since the last meeting. Tho regular rates for board during tho meeting will be $5.00 per week. J.HJ. UII1IU1I UltllbO .UHblllb p.my will place a marine light over the Fourth street entrance of the Exposition Building in Louisville. The same company is also laying tho rails for the electric railway that is to run about the park. Tho cars and engine have arrived and have been unpacked. It is the company Mr. Salomon represents. Those who aro so unfortunate as to bo troubled with a bone-felon, should try tho following treatment, which the London Lancet recommends: " As soon as tho felon is felt, put directly over the spot a fly blister, tho size of one's thumb nail. Let it remain for six hours, at the expiration of which time directly under tho surface of tho blister may be seen tho felon, which can easily bo removed with tho point of a needle. Dentil of dipt. John M. Pickett. Intelligence was received this morning of tho death, after a ldng illness, of Capt. John M. Pickett, at Joplin, Mo. Captain Pickett was a native of this county, having loft hero just before tho beginning of tho lato war, through which ho served as a gallant adherent of tho " lost causo." Ho will bo pleasantly remembered by his old friends in Kentucky for his manly character, his generous disposition and tho fino qualities of wit and humor, which made him tho charm of every circle. Tho announcement of his death in tho very prime of life will bo received by tho30 who kuow him with feelings of sincere regret. . . m - The speaking last night at the court houso by Gen. Speed Fry, candidate, on tho Republican ticket for Lieutenant Governor, was made up, as usual, of a tirade against tho Democratic party and its alleged mismanagement of tho State Government, with somo idle twaddlo on tho tariff, and tho groat and everlasting good the Republican party has done for tho people of tho country, thrown in. A considerable crowd was in attendance, but wo venture tho assertion that of them wero thero to hear what tho Rov. J. W. Asbury had to say in bohalf of tho "grand old party." In this, howover, thoy wero disappointed, as General Fry, af tor closing a two hour'a harangue, announced that tho Revorond gentlomon, of color, had failed to mako connection, and was, therefore, not present. Gonoral Fry, by his speech, showed that ho is a bigoted partisan, and his statements ought, thorefoio, to bo received with a "grain of allowance." In tho words of ono of his political friends, tho General " is not much of u speako." Newport, Mnysville nml Dig Sandy Rail-road. No doubt many people in this city and county entertain tho idoa at present that Gon. O. P. Huntington has givon up all intentions, if ho over had any, of building the abovo railroad. It is only on very rare occasions that anything is ever seen in print now, on tho subject. Notwithstanding tho abovo, the truth of tho matter is that tho work of construction is slowly but steadily progressing. Tho company has had a small force of fifty and one hundred engaged for more than a year in m iking an extensivo cut and large fill on either side of the mouth of Lawrence Creek. These are about finished, and the work of is being carried out in both directions from the above point. In addition to this a small foice of men are at work near Augusta, Urackou county. Col. C. B. Child, chief engineer of the road, has lately leoeived instructions from Gen. Huntington to finish securing the rights of wav at an earlv dav as possible. Application was therefore made at tho last term of the County Court, by the compmy, in accoi dance with the law on the subject, for the appointment of three commissioners to assess damages to several pieces of property along the loute between this city and the western limits of the county. In answer to this application, the Judge appointed Messrs. John T. Wilson, Charles A. Marshall, and another gentleman, whoso name wo have forgotten, commissioners, who aro now engaged assessing damages to those pieces of property along tho above route in this county, where tho company has failed to secure the right of way, without resort to law. Col. C. B. Child, chief engineer, recently stated, in a conversation on the subject, that he might teceivo in any mail, instructions from General Huntington, to put 4,000 or 5,000 men at work pn the road. We would be willing to hear this item of news any day, and we hope it will not be long eie the news is received. hales of Lunu. The following changes in the ownership of land have been recorded at the office of the Clerk of the County Court, since our last report : Q. W. Blnttermun and wife to Lucy house und lot on east sldeot Mudttox Avenue, tills city ; consideration S(M). U. Smith and others, by commissioner, to Heuiy Uiiscom, lot .W, In Hord's plat ot mound, near tho city limits; consideration 8101. II. J. Powell nnd wife to Charles H. White, houso and lot on the southwest coiner ot Thlulnud Limestone stieets: coiislueiutlou Sl,7o0. Presbyterian Chinch, tfmttli, to Bnllle McCauu Leach, house and lot on the south side of Second stieet, below fehort siieef, consideration ;.uiv. Isaac Van A ml el I and wife to J. A. Curtis, 3 nine, .' loods, ;ttl poles ot laud ; cousldciu Hon SH.'.oO. F. T. Ityder and wife to John White, house and lot in Chester; oonsldeintlon JCWJ. James Hhacklotoid and wife to Jerome J. Hampton, house and lot in Chester; etc. W. P. !Iarbeon and wlte to J. M. Harbeson, grantors' Interest in lots H t, 111, U , 1 1 and 117 in Eist Maysvllle; conslueintlon J1J5. William O'mara and wile to Paul 'lleiney, lot -to In East Mnysvllle, and lot &i In consideration i6 M. Public Rehearsal. The Orpheus Choral Society, of Aberdeen, will give a public loheaisal on next Monday evening, July 30th, at the M. E. Church, in the abovo place, which all are cordially invited to attend. This is the first entertainment given by the Orpheus Society, and something good in tho way of music will bo furnished on this occasion. PERSONALS. Miss Julia Ross and hei brother, are visiting relatives at Minerva. Miss Ida Stickley, who has been very ill for the past two weeks, is no better. Mr. Hermann Lange and son Lew is, h ivo returned from tho Esculapia Springs. Dr. Ormond Boatty, of Danville, Ky., President of Centre College, is visiting Mr. J. G. Hickman, of 'this city. Messrs. W. T. Browning and J. W. Chanslor, of Shannon, left Tuesday by the Morning Mail on a tiip to Missouri and Nebraska. Mr. Thomas Jackson, who went to Esculapia Springs some days ago, on unit of ill health, we are pleased to state, is much better. Mrs. Mary Faber and family, of Now-port, Ky., and Mis. Lena Krumtii and family, of Cincinnati, aro tho guests of Mr. John Dinger, of tho West End. Dr. George M. Phillips, who has beon " doing" Crab Orchard Spiings for tho past two weeks, has returned to his post of duty at J. J. Wood's drug emporium. 1HEKDEEN ITEMS. Tho haidest puzzlo for motheis to solve Is now to train their gills nnd how to restrain toe hoys. That pleasing young lady who is visiting tho MUses Lom, has won many hor visit here. ' Tho Misses Wheeler nro again on thawing, pleasuring it boinowhero, Just where has escaped our memory. Theio Is more fashion in tho city and styles In tho country but tho country styles are too wearisome to behold, IUversldo Cottage Is again vacant, as Mrs Ed. Fulton has moved from this town to Ohllllcotho, which will be hor future homo. That long talked of conceit mustsuroly bo on the wane, nnd yet there Is a great deal of practicing going on, Coulldouco must bo laoklug, Tho work on Second street brldgo is pro- grossing rapidly. It will soon bo ready for travel, much to thogratlflcntlou of the people In that locality. Last Saturday erontng Miss Orva Waldron save a party in honor, o' horguost, Mis Horn Mockbee, of Ripley, o Quito an assembly of tho little Klrlsof the town attended. Ah to their dross and manners they qulte;vlod with their elder sisters. Tho blacKborry crop must be superabundant. JuiUlng by tho crowds of men, women nnd chlldion, with their buckets, cups and baskets, meandering thnir way to the region where tho bluekboriles grow. Judging fiom their appearance on their return thoy seoin to have hud a Jolly good time. Airs. K was poor but genteel, hut she hnd n weakness for boasting nt tho expense of truth. Hei little Freddy was nlways exposing this wenkuoss ot hers by his candid "Why, mamina," ho said, "1 wish wo could have company every day for dinner then wo would have Ice on tho butter. I can't bear easy butter that runs oil of the knife." Wo think thero aro somo peoplo who are not capable of appreciating a g od seivant. Mis. B , who has a gieon Irish girl, called to her and receiving no reply, sent for her to come up stalls. "Hildgot, didn't you hear ine cull? Bridget: Yes mum, hut you toltl me never to answer ye bicK and l didn't. "Well, you pack your mink and leave immediately. You are to) gieeii for n olty servant. GieOu pustulosis the place forou. COI'STY 1MIIMS. MAYSI.ICK. The HulgorntTalr bus given the Daily i big sale heie. Mr. Knlph Adamsoii. who hns been visit-lug the family of Mr. W II. Fowloi ha tied to his Home In Lnuieuceburg, Ind. The colnied folks held a b.iskot meeting hole Inst Sunday and hud a big time, a vety huge ciowd being in attendance. Tho fete and supper given lieie last week In the lntoiestsof the Uiptlst Uliurch was well attended and qulteu success. Mr. and Mrs. Win. H. Fowler have left on nu extended visit to Indiana. The Daily now has thlity subscilheis hole. Can anyothoi gent beat this. Pi of. H. Turner, ot Xoith Mlddlotown. pioached nt the ( hilstlan t'liuich last Sunday mot nl g, and Kliler Milton Pyies.ot Oak Wood i, held ev eulug sei vice. ItoMEO. 8HAN'ON. Mlso Km mi Hi owning Islltl'ig the family ot Dr. C. W. Altken.ot A. .T. style nnd Dr. L. Y. Hrounlnu, our prising tobacco merchants, aie attending tobacco sales at Cincinnati. Mr. Joseph Hay," need seventy two yen is was bulled at Shannon cemetery on the Inst. Mr. Elcann Watson, one of out oldest citizens, died Monday of apoplexy, at the nge of eighty-four years. Ill uineial was pleached on the :Mtli lust., by K-v. Ilhum Hukei.of Minerva, whose ugo vears. Mr. Kilns Collins Ison the sick Hst. MIxms Pus J!!ehOii, TIIIIp l'.ivfs nnd Klin Metenlio me vMtlug Miss Allle ChittiMor at Pleasant Hetieat W. L. Gault and Thomas Itiownlng dioven lntliell of gnidP'l cattle to the Miles nt rlen. lngstmrg Monday. They foun 1 a teady s 1 at good pi Ices. Dr. n.W. AltKln, nnd wlf.. of Sherhm ne, vis. ited the parents of the Ixitei, Mi. mil irs w. it. urowningnt tins pmre just weeis. Pi of. C. C. Newton whs bete last tiiimdn.v nod Sunday In ihe Inteiest of 'he MUlei Female College. He preiehed at S tutl M,,, day mouilni! and evening, an comlui e siintiay tcnooi at ttiK place l tiieiren.n n. CUDWOUTH. MUM'in.SVIM.F. Dr. Gault loft loi Clucl iinitl Monday llll!. Win. Hudson Is visiting friends nt Flem lugsbuig. Mr. D. L. WelN, who lias been quite sink the past two weeks, with innluilai tever, Is Improving slowly. Miss Lnuia Mitchell was the sjuest of Mls Lllllorrawtord tiom S muday morn ng until Sunday afternoon. Miss .lennlo West, of the Queen Clt, Is the lainlly of John W, Stevenson. "Cud worth" was In our town las! Friday afternoon. t Miss Uoitle Hudson, of Flemlngsburt:, w'io Is visit ng fiieuds heie, will lemulii seveiul weeks. Miss Eflle Handiord, of Sardls. loft on Monday, uttei u visit to friends In our villa ne. Mr A. Ft. Howaul wont to Pails, Ky., evenlmr, to visit bis biothei, John, who Is lylngdnngeiously HI with lover. Mr. Abo Hall leturnod on Saturdav from Mlllersbuig, where he hus been during the past mouth. There have been several applicants for the school here. Some friends to the onuo of educn'lon are trying to get up a moonlight lete for the benefit of a new school house. Miss Lutle Hutchison, a pleasant young lady of Augusta, Is tho guest of Miss Orru Hunter. Miss Etna Pruther Is visiting frleudshere. Mr. and Mrs. Jamos Hlngn, nnd theii. daughter, Edith, of Dover, are visiting the family of D.L. Wells. Rev. Thomas Handford preached bore on lsst Sabbath, inorulhg mid evening, to large audiences, who listened with marked attention to the speakor's excellent seimons. Wemetnn old lady n few days since who wns voiy much afraid of catching cholera, as she had heat it that It was veiy bad nt Damlettn. Slid she did not kuow Just wbeie that place wuh, but if It was anywhere in this county, that somo person might bring the disease in their clothes. We trankly acknowledge Mint the ubiquitous cot respondent of the Hum.etin, who halls from Shannon, Saidls, and olsewheie, is victor In his last teply to us. Hut then in regard to wilting from different points wo pieaume that neltherof us has the ndvautage In that puitlcuhu. P. G M. CITY IT3E3TVrQ. Advortlseraents lnsorted under this head-lug 10c per line tor each insertion. Try Langdon'8 City Butter Crackers. Linkn and Mohair ulsters, largo lot, also Jap parasols 13 cents each, at Hunt tfc Doyle's. New stylo laco curtain poles, red Scotch shading, shade fixtures, &c, at Hunt & Doyle's. A lady wiites: "I have umh! Ayer's Sarsaparilla in my family for many years, and could not keep houso without it. For tho iclief of tho pains consequent upon female weaknes and irregulaiities, I consider it without an equal." , m mm John M. Stockton, Life, Firo and Marino Insurance, and Real Estato Agent. Special attention givon to collection of rents. "Will negotiate loans on real estate, honds and other sureties. j23dt&wlw i m Not a particle of calomel or any other deleterious substance outers into tho composition of Ayor's Cathartic Pills. On tho contrary thoy prove of special service-to thoso who have used calomel and other mineral poison3 as medicines, and feol thoir injurious effects. In such cases Ayor's Pills aro invaluable. It ETA 1L MARKET. Corrected dally by Q. W. Qeiskl, grocer. Second street, Mnysvllle, Ky. FLOUK. Limestone 8 7 00 Maysvllle Fuiully 6 25 Old Gold i 7 00 Mason County 9 ih Kentucky Mills 6 (Hi Uutter.It. 15fa2u Unci, 18 y 'IV. Eggs, V doz Yiy, Menlty peck 20 Chickens 15(325 Molasses, fancy 70 Coal Oil, "&) gal. 20 Sugar, giauuluted "ft m 1016 A.fim io " yellow 19 th 8(39 Comb Honey 15 tit. ill ....I UftnAK ...,........,.......... IH! -.. Ill HUi. 1AUI1CJ A-3 Unms, sugar cured tt.... IO uiicou, nreaitiast V id 10 Hominy, "p gnllon J5 Be ins V gallon K, Potatoes V neck, uew i .I 15 Uottee 1215 WANTS. men to work on the ?T Mnysllck and Flattork TuinpjkH loud, for which the highest pilees will be paid. Apply Immediately to J. H. SIMONS, JAtiot Ma slick, Ky. FOIl JUEZtf'iT. 1,MU small SALLEKifcisALUKK, dt'elllng house, by JlStllW Couit stieet. F3tS.l!K. 1.1011 SAIjK Tlneesboit hoin bulls, ready 1 lot business, tppiyto J20wlt H. D. OWKNS, Wnshliigton, Ky. 1?K S.A1.K A two'story brick resldonto I on Wall stieet, between Second and 'llilnl. For paitlculius upplv to J2ltf MHS.SAMUKLPKARCK. Mf.l tbotoughbred Scotch I Suepheid pups. Apply nr J'Jiltf THIS OFFICE. l.iOU SAI.K Hlecles ol nil hlzes, and the t latest patients, tuiulshed at eastern tales. Call on .1. D. SADLER, j:Jd2w K. C. It. R. Depot. .Mill 'A'.K Newo.us nnd liny, In Held or I tl llveied. Applv on tnrin near to J.Vlllw JULIUS lULUERl'SON. A new baiouche. Used six . weeks. .Made by Huriows & Atbeitou. Will be sold nt a baig.tln. Apply to J2Jdlw ASA HURGESS. bicycle, .'5'J Inch wheel, Ijmit ; new. vVt.ith tX. Call nt J Ddtr THIS OFFICE. MI.K The house nnd lot onTlilid stief lu East Mnysvllle, formeily occupied b iMael Stickley. Apply to J Udlw W. ti. FANS1.ER. sprlmr w gou.good lis new. Cnpiieliy about 2,!00 pouiiiU. Also cow aiidcail, p tit Alderuey. nplvto TVYI.O't PROS.. )l'MJw Washlng'on Ky muMimmmn fouxik I ,MH". ' A sum oi money, on sut'on St , nils city. uwMier can iiiive same ny can- 1 gut this ollloe and pro si tu' pio eit AUGUST ELECTION. Tor t'oiisinlile. We nro authorl7eil toauiiounce thntCHA. L.DAWSON Is a candidate lor constable in Maysvllle precinct 'n. 1 at the ensuing Align t Election. He solicits the suppoit of his n letiils. AT COST ! MMl E b ilnnce of our stock of CAMP CHAIRS L will be sold at actual cost, tor c imp meet Inii puiposes if application Is made immediately. J21diil W H 1TE & OUT. LEGAL NOTICE. persons indebted to the lnte fliin of ALL Honiin A Clllt will please call at our law ottlceon Couit street nnd make prompt payment or wo will bo compelled to ptoceed to collect same by law. sALLEE ttSLLEE, Jl2d&wlui Attorneys. C d. A. HARDWARE and IRON. Piles! Piles!! Piles!!! Old BROWN'S PILE CURE wlllcmonny case of proti udlng or ulcointed bloedlng Piles by a fowjappllcatlons. A'tilnl wlllcouvlnco any one who Is sullerlng with this loathsome dUenso that what wo say is tuie. For sale by GEORGE T. WOOD, f Wholesale Diugglst, Jlaysvllle, Ky. T. L0WRY, :Dealer In: ML fS Tens, Quecuswarc, Cigars. Glassware, Tobaccos. Notions. Highest cash pi Ice paid for country pioduce. Jyl<f Coinei Fourth and Plum stieets. H0T1CE TO BUILDERS! In want of building lumber, PERSONS or shingles, will hnd It to the Interest to addiess us nt Vnticeburg. Ky,, or H. O. Barkley, Mnysvllle, Ky. We huvo uew lu mndo from yellow poplar with squnro butts, equal to Michigan pine nt much less price. Shingles kept on hand ami for sale by Collins, Rudy & Co., nnd H. C. .Barkley, Maysvllle Ky., nt mill prices. J2!Mlni LKWIS COUNTY LUMBER CO. INCORPORATION NOTICE. A tides of Incorporation Adopted by tli Mnysvllle Coo'.rwce of the City or Milj Nt Hie, htulo ol Keutueky. 1. He It known that C. 15. Duke, Thomas Wells. Henry E. Pogue, W. H. Mathews. C H. White, John T. Fleming, J.J. Wood, H. C. Harkley, John N Thomn,T. C. Cninpbell, D. Hechlnuer, M.C. Kussvll.Ueo.T. Hunter. E.W. Mitchell, C. H. Cllft and Geo. W. Lloyd hnve, by this Instrument, associated themselves together nnd become incorpoinled under, nnd in pursuanceot tlio piovislonsofcliiipterCO of the General Statutes ot Kentucky, as the " Maysvlll Coopmage Company," nnd by that name shall sue and be sued, contract and be contracted with, and shall have succession and n common seal v 1 1 li power to alter s line ut plensuie. x 2. TbecipHal stock of said corpoiotlon shall be divided into sl.mes ot one liuiidred dollars (610 ) each, and the subset Iptlon to said capital stock shall he paid In as follows : 'twenty live (20 per cent, on tho 1st day of Aiuust, lhi3, nun" the leiniilndei In nueli installments and at such times and places as the llonrd of Dlivctois inaj tleslminte. H. The shares ot slock shall be trmisferable by wtltten assignment ot theowner upon the eeitlllcatc foi Mime shall be suiiendeied to the company and cancelled ami a new eel till-cite Issued In lieu theieolto the poisons holding same. I. The cot potation Is mgunlred for the purpose of matiulactuiiiig bullets nnd hull el staves and all other ait cles madeout of wood orot which wood is the basis, and the business of said coipointlon shall be the lug, busing und selling nnd de.illtmiu such aitlcles und lu the mateil.tls lot mitklug same 5. Tliesild corpoiatlon shall have the power to tuspilie by purchase, or otheiwlse and to hold le.iland personal pio)eit) to such an amount as may bo upeess ny anil convenient foi the piopei piosecutlon of the bushier,-, of said company, and shall Inn othe same power to dispose ol ;ald piopeity that pnvate now have under the lawsot Kentucky. 0. The pilvate ptopeity of the stockholdeis ot said company shall beloievei exempt fiotn any nun an uuniiiij lor me tieois umi s.itd company. 7. The principal place of business of said corpoiatlon shall be nt Maysvllle, Ky. 8. Thecipiial stock of said company shall be thltty thousand dollais(S 10,000). The Meatus of stock in sntd company shall be signed by the l'lesldentand Secietary and by the seal of thecornotatlon. 0. I he said company shall lpive the rlcht to employ agents und seivants, to establish by laws and make such rules nnd,iei!Ulatlons us may be necessary for the management of the allalis ol the company, not Inconsistent with the provisions ot those aitlcles of incorporation with the laws or this Stulo or oi the United States. 10. The business of said company shall be managed by a boaid of soen dliectorsto be olectea by the stockholders when the sum ot eight thousand dollnrs ($8,000) lssubcrlbed to the capital stock ol said company nnd there shall be uu annual election tho tirst Monday lu July ot each year, said dlreiuoisshall hold theliolllces uu illtbeli successors nre elected and qualified. Each boaid of directors elected lu puisuance of this piovlslon shall e'ect n piesluetr. tieasurer, secietary and supeiiiitendeut.nnd shall preset I bo and detlne the pOweiMind duties ol sdd ottlcers, and from such as they niiiv piescnlho taXebond with security foi the taltlitul discharge anil perfoiiiinnceot their duties. No person shall he elected pi esldeiit who is not a member ot the boaid of 11. Stockholders shall be entitled to one vote toi each and eveiy shine ot stock held by fheni, lu nil elections and lu all questions voted on In ireetlmjs ot the stoci.holileisaud may cast said vote oj wilt-ten pioxv. 12. The Indebtedness of Jhe coiupiny shall not exceed the Mini ot ten thousand vilO.OLO) dollais at any one tune. 111. U consent ot a uialotlty of the voting at u tegular annual election the piovislons of these uiilcles ot lion uiiiy ne itiuenni n in ciiai.uea in tile man-net authoil.ed by chapter oOot the General Siii'u es of Kentucky. U. Ihe pioceedttigs ot htockholdeis' meetings nnd the meeiiigs ol the bo.ud of shall be leuulmly euteied In u book of the company kept lot that put pose. All the busl pss tr.insactloiis ol the eoniimuy shall be kept lu n tejiilai sot ot books. 13 Any member ot this coipointlon may withdraw theieltom at nnj time, bis stock to the company. Certificates of stock shall be assignable usnbove piovlded, but any stockholder wlthdiawlng tiotn the corpoiatlon by surieudeilng his stock, shall lecelve nothing fiom the com-puny on his wlthdinwal. 10. Thlscoipoiatlo shall commence on the lOthot Jul, nv), nnd shall continue lor the peilod of yeais, and longer, It lenowed ns authotued bv law. in testimony whereof, ihe sal t'l cot have heieunto subscribed their names this llth day of July, lss.5: C. H DUKE, E. W. MUCH EL. H.C. BAKKLEV, THOMAS WELLS. JOHN.T. FLKMlNO, J. JAS. WOOD, ' M.C. RUoSELL, D. HECHINGER, JOHN. N.THOMAS, Oil AS. H.WHITE, C. H. CL1FT, GEORGE LOVD, T C. CAMPBELL, w. u. HAH1KW.S, HENR E. GEORGET. HUNTER. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. UOXT OltDKR BAM) or Oichestrnl In-. struineiits, orM uslcul gooits of auv Kind, sending for net prices to ALLEN R. -17, Lnfuyetto place. New Yoik. An excellent B Flnt Piston C'Monet, 13.50; Best B Flat Comet, f.U; Solo E Flnt AltoTiombone, JSij SentC. O. D., llege of trial. publl dty: iesldent ot any State. Deseitlon, Advice nnd applications for stamp. W. II. LEE, Aiiy, aan irway, i. l . Q DYSPEPSIA HMD1 Q -AND- Iiiuiraon Cure i has never failed to lelleve and CURE any case of Indlyestlonornyspepsl.i. Tiy It. For' sale by GEORGE T. WOOD, Wholesale Diugglst, JeliOditwItn MnysvlUo, Ky. J, C. Pecor & Co. MAYSVILLE, KY. GARDEN SEEDS, lAIM'S,OILS, VAItXISII, ami KEADT MIXED l'AIXTS, WALL PAPER. Biiilcliitg: Pnpor, Carpet Pnpor, AND WINDOW SHADES. CRAWFORD HOUSE. Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts. ox3xrox:ixr:iNru9L.Txi o, Lewis Vanuen, Proprietor.