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KENTUCKY'S "BLUE RIBBOr
"The Editor or The Ledeeu Is net responsi
ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond
ents; but nothing reflecting upon the charac
ter or hnblts of tiny person will he admitted
te tbese columns.!
"The following nre authorized Agents for
-The Public Ludeeh In their respective local local
Jtles: Aferanbtirfl Matthew Heffman.
JMena Hebert H. Cord.
Minerva Frank W. Hnwes.
Sanltt W. O. Orlgsby.
Omnaebutv C. R. Ress.
Svrlnmlalc C. C. Degmati.
MnjiiUcK Charles. Whoeler.
VmireJimv Mrs. Jennte Stewnrt.
Alt. Carmtl Kelly & Foxworthy.
Augtista Leander Tully.
rI-Jtseph W. Williams.
Subscribers will save the trouble of letter
writing by paying their subscriptions te the.
Agent at their pluce
asrCorwjim'eif will please send Letter te
as te reach u wit later than 9 o'clock a. m. Give
'fact in a few tennis a pn(Me. We waul
new in thl department, and nut adverttstnu
notice or political arvument.
Senater Kenten is home from Frank
fort. Miss Anna Carpenter is a guest nt the
Pavillfen Hetel, Bluelick Springs.
Seme Cincinnati parties wc understand
will enter the clothing business here
, Quite a party of Mt. Olivet folks spent
two plcasaut weeks in enmp at Blue--licks.
Charles B Merford will epeu a large
furniture store In Mt. Olivet about Sep
W. S. Bayne and family of Cheviot,
O., are spending their vacation with Mr.
B.'s parents here.
Elders McClelland aud Barnes of Aus
tralia are conducting a protracted meet
ing nt the Christian Church.
The Misses Alexander of New Liberty
who have been visiting their brother, G.
S. Rice, have returned home.
Thbre is net n vacant dwelling house in
Mt. Olivet and ten could be rented
within 24 hours if they could be had.
Your correspondent has taken a three
weeks' leave of absence, hence the non
appearance of Mt. Olivet news of late.
M. E. Hill, n Mt. Olivet boy, but for
six years a prominent business man of
Little Reck, Ark., is visiting his parents.
R. II. Keycs and V. C. Deming have
been traveling for three weeks in the in
terest of the Academy which premises te
be n great success. ,
Messrs. Ilurny and Sclby, young men
from Asbury College, Wilsmere, have
just closed a three weeks' meeting nt the
M. E. Church, Seuth. There were seve
ral additions rind conversions.
Geerge Yeung, likewise the product of
Robertsen soil, and the present manager
of the Nashville, (Tenn.,) branch of the
Cellier Publishing Company was married
te Miss Inez. "Yeung of Nashville re
cently Elder McC'leliimd baptized thirty-six
converts in the North Ferk Sunday after
noon near Bridgevlllc, the result of his
work ut Thompson Church. Hundreds
of persons witnessed the ceremonies; se
many that it was like unto the day of
Miss Cera G. Davies of Detroit, Mich.,
and Mis Annye Hardgravc of Oxford,
Miss., teachers of music and elocution
respectively will arrive Wednesday te
accept positions in the Mt. Olivet Maie
and Female. Accademy. They will give
a free entertainment before school opens
en the 29th inst.
Rev. Mr. Nelsen preached te a i;oed
Nearly- all our Democratic friends went
te the convention last Saturday.
Teny West of the East fork of Cabin
creek passed through here Saturday.
Constable W. B. Dawsen w"as here Sat
urday looking a little out for something.
Professer Applegate will open his
school bete the first Monday in Septem
ber. Mrs. Etta Bieshenrs of the Bettem vis
ited relatives en Jersey Ridge last Sun
day. Miss Jesie Kerr of Jcrsay Ridge vis
ited Mrs. Kntc Kerr of near Tuckahec
Billy Downing and wife of near Mur
" physville visited the family of Let Fris
" tee of the East end of the Botten Sundny.
Elder T. 1'. Desman, assisted by Elder
I. M. Vawten of Kansas, will begin a
protracted meeting here next Sunday at
11 a. in.
The colored folks will have a. liic Kim.
day-school picnic and baskct-mcetinc
nbxt Saturday and Sunday in Charleston
R. L. Baldwin was out last Saturday in
the interest of thu Mnysville and Ger Ger
mantewn Read. Beb is very confident
of Grevor's election.
William McNutt, the boss carpenter,
says that he will help te put up n wind
mill pump, at the bridge. New what
have you te say, gentlemen?
The colored Baptists will give a con
cert at their church en the creek next
Saturday night. Admission 15 cents, the
proceeds te go towards rooting their
. N A leap year, party consisting of about
sixteen ceunlcs from Tiicknline. Ilin In.
i 4"; fd!es furnishing the buggies, visited
JL f Minrlnatrin flnttnrtt lnfn Mnttitwtmr nvnnlmf
,,, ......WU.W.. V.....,UW:U.UUJ ,....,..h
ami niiu in aoeut iu wnrtn or watermel
on for the boys, returning this way
iHdeiu v p. m.. several et tne lauics sing
ing the Old Kentucky Heme,
The following persons living in ether
neighborhoods were here Inst Sunday;
Mrs. .1. R. Nelsen and children of Dever,
T. B. Hughes and wife and daughter
M1b Lizzie of Fern Leaf, Jeseph Down-
-ire and Miss Minerva Baylis of near
Washington, and R, K. Robinson and
Mil family of Charleston Bettem.
s Rev. J. R. Nelsen of Devor has n little
.fWupVHnr old boy. and his name is Ilebbv.
v, Me plays preacher and calls himself Bre.
. Kmvm, the Presiding Elder. He gets
he disciple, us he calls It. every morning
- ami starts rer tne mono Uiurcueii Law
rM?erek. Hu never wants te visit any
otbtr-wurek. A pretty one en th mem
', .. .brn of Um old ehwrch.
, Hwnk-Ttimw kw a deg that trees and
t eaaMkusa all the .large UiMcce werna that
Mil ; bH Jfetai- Df teH ef a
ileg up lu the mountains of Kentucky
that tnkes the enke. He takes a row
about with his master, nud when he sees
a lun-e worm en thu old mnn's row he
gees ever nud devours it also. If any
of Tub Leihikh correspondents kuew of
nny dogs that can beat 'cm we would
like te hear from them.
Flux and cholera merbus arc quite pre
valent in our midst.
The Lkdcikii is fast gaining ground
here as the newsiest paper published in
Dr W. M. Pollitt contemplates moving
te Mnysville te practice his profession in
the ne in- futuic.
Jehn Bennett has sold his farm te Oli
ver Gray, and will embark in the sawmill
business. Geed bye, Jehn.
Elder Yantcrs filled the pulpit nt Beth
any Sunday morning and evening. Floyd
and Matt Tully, and two cleverer geutlo geutle
men never lived, took quite a crowd of
young people from this place te the even
Personals Miss Esther Gillespie of
Jehnsen Station is the guest of her friends
hcte. James Tully nnd Rebert Gervln
and their families have been visiting the
families of Messrs. Webb Tully and James
Gillespie this week. They formerly re
sided here, hut new live nenr Helena.
Speaking about faith doctors bi lugs te
our mind a little story we ence heard of
n man. who having suffered death with
ncutalgia aud having ttied evci ytliing nud
everybody, but te no avail, finally con
sulted a faith doctor. The doctor told
him te sit down opposite him, nnd after
clasping their hands began te leek into
each ethers eyes for five minutes, after
the expiration of that time the doctor
nsked his patient "hew he felt," where
upon he answered with n very red face
thnt he "felt like a damn feel." Thcie
isn't much in this steiy, ami no possible
effene is meant te any one. But there
is a moral in it. Sec!
HKVEii'T feh .i auen TOII'.V.
Talk about It.
Write about it.
Speak well for It.
Help te Improve It.
Advertise In its papers
Geed country trlbutury.
Patronlze Its merchants.
Elect feed men te olllce.
Help nil public enterprises.
Honest competition In prices.
Make the ntinosphcre healthy.
Fnith exlblted bv iroed works.
Fire all loafers, croakers nnd dead-beats.
Let our object be the u elfare, growth nnd pre
motion of your town and Its ncenle.
ei puniie spirneu men
......... . i .
nnd be ene jeurselr,
Keutuiky Fairs aud Troth.
The following list has been carefully
arranged fe The Ledger. Any omis emis
sions will be cheerfully supplied upon
Nlcheliivllle, AuKUSt 10th live daj,s.
Mnj svllle, August SJd ttve days.
Lexington, August 30th five days.
Paris. Soptemt)er 6th tire days. I
Winchester, September 13th flve days.
Cynthlnna, September -'1st four dujs.
Mt. Stcrllnir. September 'ITththree dnys.
CnmpbulUvillc, August leth four dnys.
Unlontewn, August 10th llve days.
Lebanon, August 23d four days.
Hendersen, August 23d Ave dn s.
Londen, August 2tth three days.
Alcxnndrla, August 30th flve daj s.
Franklin, August 30th flve dnys.
Hewling Green, September Cth.
Itardstewn, September Cth five dnys.
Maysllck, (cel.,) September 7th four dns.
Kllznbothtewn, September 13th four days.
Ashlnnd, Soptember 20th four days.
Herso Cave, September 20th four days.
Germantown, September 2th four dnys.
Hnrtterd, September 2Sth four dnys.
Owenton, October 4th flve dnj s.
All the nbove meetings have trotting
contests, these nt Miysville being
Barlew Bres, MINSTRELS
KDMISTOK i KINNK3IA.V, Ms'rs.
Thursday Eve., Aug. 18th.
OXK NIGHT ONLY.
The World's Greatest Minstrel Organization,
comprising all the leading lights of Minstrelsy.
This is the snme big show thnt dazzled New
erlc, Chicago. St. Leuis. San Francisce, New
Orleans, and nil the big cities.
, "A Night of Mirth and Meledy." All the
latest songs, jet.es, dances nud music.
Regular Prices 25, 50, 75.
Sents en sale at NELSON'S.
State National Bank
DO A OENEBAL BANKINO BUSINESS.
C, II. I'kakck, dsliler.
W. It. Cox, I'renlilfiit.
Jko. Plt.vw, Vlre.'rf1nt.
..R,5C "ulhprUwl te anneunce J.O. JJ5F
FKKSON ns Oie DemovTatle wndldate for
Sherjf nt Mtfcw oeunty at thgjleotlea te be
heM Tum4v. Merwaber Wh, iM.
rnwrnprimr ii n i ,
Virk aad Aeeitkst Im, W. It Wrdr.
Week of August the 23d,
2:40 pace 500
2 year old pace 000
Liberal premiums for
l U- r iMinnmini 1 1 n 4- i i
JLUC fJltIlUULU llOKi 111
grows ana tnat lames
lil i 1 1
Fare en the C. and
The world's champion
The world's champion
These colts positively
ladies and children
JAMES W. FITZGERALD, Secretary.
Extension of Time!
Sealed propeenls will be received by the un
dersigned until neon of MONDAY. September
5th, 1M. ler the erection of a residence In the
cltyet .Mnysville. ivy.
l'lans nnd siecltlciitlens. mny be seen at the
olllce nt Crnpsey Se Hiewn, Architects. Wig
gins Illeck, Cincinnati, and nt the ettlec of The
l'UM.ic I.kdekii In Mnysvllle.
HIils must Include the entire work.
The right is reserved tn reject nny or nil
bids. THOMAS A.DAVIS.
P. J. MURPHY,
.SUCCESSOR TO IIOI'l'ER & MURI'IIY.
i7i f11i,m.,if AilretlhcmcnUundcr
X O Wfiai yei the hwdlne f "Ihlit
ll'ii u(cI," " Left," ;' "'huihI," Ac, of an accepta
hie nature, anil net te ercenl thuc Una, en thh
jiaje, arc FREE te all.
UtfXe lluttnctH Advertisement inverted ulth ulth
If anxuere fail te come the first time, ire fnuf'c
un main rc)ttitien a arf necennam te ecurc
uhat you advei lUefer. We vcUU the advertlsem
te feel that then ate net impenliw en mbywlnu
our free column..
Advertisement can he left at our efnee or sent
thmutih the mail te
THE I'UULIC LEDGER COMPANY,
Ae. 10 E. Tlilnl Street.
f 7ANTED The nconle te
knew thnt Miss
Ell7nbeth I. Wllen will open
Scheel en tht first Mendny lu September.
Fer terms nnd lull particulars apply te the
nbove nt lit East Second street. Maysvllle, Ky.
WANTED Ladles te knew that .Mrs. Jehn
Hill iscnrrjlng en a Dressmaking es
tnhltshmcnt at Miss Anna Frnzar's, nnd would
be vlnd te have them call.
WANTED Te rent u house el nbeut five
T rooms, centrally located. Inqulre nt
WANTED Three thousand subscribers te
i The I'l'hme Ledekk.
TC"OR SALE-A Hnnd Mnde Heek Case.
JJ be seeu nt "OH Eust Third street.
FOR RENT Second tloer front room, uu
furnished. Mrs. Dr. Holten, 1 V. See-
FOR RENT Reems en Urst tloer, nt m East
Second street, corner I'eplnr.
OR SALE iliilldlng let en Grunt street.
Apply le J. T. CAItNAIIAN.
3710 It SALE-Vlelln outfit.
- ply nt this olllce.
Price 10. Ap-
I7IOR SALE. A three-seated cypress row-
bout, Rushtnn make, in geed condition.
OR SALE Thu Let en Third street known
the "Coenershon Ixit." 4SW feet
front. Apply for terms te SIMON NELSON.
FOR SALE-A geed Milch Cew.
1 OST A String of Geld Rends Aug Uth be-1-1
tween Sutten and I'luin en Third street.
Finder will pleiHO leave at this olllce.
LOST Checks and Menoy off et the Mt.
Cnriucl Rus between Orangeburg and
Mnysville. Checks Indorsed Hlggins & Ce.
Finder plcnse leave at this olllce.
LOST A Lady's Geld Watch Sundny bo be bo
tween Wells's stable nnd Jlrldge Htrcet.
Return te this office and reeolve rewnrd.
LOST A Small Open-rnce Sllver Watch with
bow attached, between the C. and (),
depot nnd Dr. Wnrdle's residence. Fifth Ward.
Rewnrd paid If returned te Dr. Wardle's
I .OST On the evenlng of the '-'1st, between
J thu corner or Wall nnd Third streets and
the residence of G. W. Illattermnn en West
Fourth street, a pair of geld Glasses In a ense
nqd n geld thlmble with uatne "Mary" en
graved. A suitable rewnrd will lie paid upon
thu return of these articles te Ne. 1,1 West
LOST Iletwcen Second mid Third streets,
or Market, brown Ladles' Cut! Iliitteu.
l'lense return te J'ublle Ledgoreilleo and re
TjIOUND-Oii the Illue RiinTiirnplUe, a large
-- blue Ovcremit containing valuatile nu.
fif il JleJZSS, nu ve fllne ,'"" ca"lng en
FOUND-In Chester, a urse eeninlnlng a
turn of tnoney, Owner must prove prei
erty at t4iUeHlH).
TTWUND A dnnr Ksv
Free for all pace $ 500
Futurity (2 yr.) 2,000
2:40 trot COO
2:18 trot $ COO
Smith stake, 8r 1,000
2:23 class pacers COO
S00 yard feet race.
Harness, Read, Saddle
rll ITMy-vunl T-Tr I I ! r n l-y"v"ki-i
bllKj X1 lUltll JLJUlll llilO IJtJCU
0. and K. 0. and Big Sandy steamers, one fare
one year old pacer Fausta, 2:22 12) will be in
one year ,old trotter
will be here,
free first day.
Repairing of all Kinds
COCHUAN 5: SONS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ItOIIT. A. COCIIH
A. . J. COOH
WM. II. COCI
W.II.WADSWOIlTU, SU. I W. It. WADSWOHTIt, J II.
WADSWORTH & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
The Kentrul practice et Law.
Hen, A. E. Cele, Judge Maysvllle
J. II. Snllee, Commonwealth Att'y.. .Maysvllle
Ren D. Pnrry, Clerk Mil-svllle
Allan D.Cele, MnsterCommlssleucr.Miiysvllto
Masen At Maysvllle, Tuesday after the sec
ond Monday In January, April, July and Octo Octe Octo
ber. Fleming At Flemlngsburg, third Monday In
May and Novembor.
Greenup At Greenup, fourth Monday In
February and August.
Lewis At Vanceburg second Monday In
June and December.
Nicholas At Carlisle. Tuesdnv nftcr third
Mendny in September nnd fourth Mendny In
MASON COUNTY COUUT.
Meet Second Monday in Each Menth.
Thos.R.l'hlster, Presiding Judge.. Maj svllle
Charles D. Newell. County Attorney. Mnj svllle
T. M. Penrce, Clerk Maysvllle
Jehn W. Alexander, Sheriff Mnysvllle
J.C. Jeffersen I n I Mnjsllck
Sum P. Perlue f Deputies Mnysvllle
Roberte. ICIrk. Juller Me svllle
.lenn u uoe, coroner .miijsvwu
Jehn C. Everett, Assessor. Mnj svllle
G. W. Illnttcrmnu, Scheel Sup't Mnysvllle
Quarterly Court meets Tuesday niter the
second Menduy In Mnrcli, June, September
nna December, nnd hns civil Jurisdiction te
the n mount el ?JtO.
Mnj svllle Ne. 1. Jehn L. Grunt, Magistrate,
holds court the first Tuesday In ciiuh mouth.
Jacob Miller, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Tuesday In each month. Win. II. Daw Daw
Maysvllle Ne. 2.-T..J. Pickett, Magistrate
holds court the tlrst Saturday In each mouth.
William Pepper, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Saturday lu each month. J. I). McNutt,
Dever James Earnshaw and Frank Luns
ford. Magistrates, held courts en the first nud
third Wednesdays In March, June, September
and December. Jehn Runyon. Constable
Mlnervn O. N. Weaver and Jeseph M. Uyar,
Magistrates, held courts en the first and third
Thursdays In March, June, September and
December. William E. King, Constable.
Germantown Leslie Il.Mannen and Win. L.
Woedwnrd, Magistrates, held- courts en the
tlrst Friday and third Saturday lu March,
June, Soptembor and Dccomber. William
Snrdls J. M. Rail nnd James II. Qrlgshy,
Magistrates, held courts en the second and
fourth Saturdays In March, Juno.Septeiuber
and Docembor. A. J. Suit. Constable
Miiysllck-Chnrlcs W. Wllllums and J. t).
Raymond, Magistrates, held courts en the sec
ond and fourth Fridays In March, June, Sep Sep Sop
eomber and December. James It. Roberson,
Lewlsburg Isaae L. Mcllvaln and Jeseph
M. Alexander, Magistrates, held courts en the
second and fourth Thursdays In March, June,
September and Docembor. S. M. Strode, Con
stable, Orsngeburg M. D. Farrew nnd Lewls M.
Celli. Magistrates, held courts en the tlrst
Saturday und Inst Monday In Mnreh. June,
September and Docembor. W, If. Ceryell,
Washington Edward Ilelfrynnd Arthur F.
Weed, Magistrates, held courts en the fourth
Tuesdays and third Wednesdays In Mareli,
June, Soptember and December. Geerge O.
Murpiiysvllle-Jehn E. Wells nnd W. W.
Worthlngten, Magistrates, held courts en the
fourth MendaysiindthlrdThursdnyslu March,
June, Suptuinber and December. II. T, Sul
ci I fro, Cniistntile,
Fern Leaf Samuel J. Mnslln aud Pewell II.
Owens, Magistrates, held courts en the second
and fourth Saturdays In Mareh, June, Septem Septem Soptem
eor nnd Dccomber. Charles Wiilllngferd, Con
stable. Helenn-Wllllnm Luttrell and Jeseph W
iHMeMfti), Magistrates, held ceuits en the sec
ond and fourth .Wednesday In. March. June,
tteptemtier nnd PeeeiMher. James K. Farrew,
24th, 25th, 26th and 27th?
Merchants stnke (4 yr.). . .
3 year old pacers
and Draft Horses.
Alrt-irn4 r-1 r-v i 1-vl vl n iMtAniini"i r11 AtrAiitTHiin, 4l-rt4- idl
ClUllUOU UUUIJIOU ill JJIUIIUUIII LVL C V C1J llllllii lUdl 'J
Freu Freu, 2:25, will
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
First That Allen Grever. Calvert C. Arthur,
Eduard F. Hernden, Henry A. Rees, If. W.
Reus and William Mauley have become in
corporated by virtue of the previsions or the
General Statutes el Kentucky uudcrthciiaine
of Shannen and Fnrmiin Chapel Turnplke
Company, und the principal plnce of transact
ing business Is at the residence et Jehn R.
Hernden, r.i Masen county, Ky.
Second The nature of the buslncs pro
posed te be transacted Is the construction,
maintenance nnd operation et a turnplke
read from the Snrdls Turnplke Read nenr the
forks of Shannen creek te Fleming ceuutv
line near Fermnn's Clu.pel, n dlstnnce of
about two and a halt miles.
Third The capital stock of said corpora
tion Is sIa- thousand dollars, lu shares et
twenty-tlv e dollars each, the private stock te be
paid in upon call of the Directors, aud the
stock of Masen county In accordance with re re re
qulremontsel theorderef the Court et Claims
et Masen county.
Fourth Said corporation shnll cemmence
business us been as tne thousand dollars is
subscribed te thecnpltnl stock and .shall con
tinue In existence titty years.
Filth The affairs el the corporation are te
he conducted by a Presldcut nnd n Heard et
Directors, live lu number, a Secretary and
Treasurer, all of whom are te be stockholders
In iild corporation. The first set of officers
sunn ue Allen u rover. President: If. W. Rees,
Calvert C. Arthur, Edward F. Hernden, Wil
liam Manlcr nnd Henry A. Rees, Directors;
Edward F. Hernden, Secretary: H. W. Rees,
Treasurer, and they shall held their offices
until thetlret Monday In April, 18vO. and Until
their successors are chosen nnd qualified: and
every first Monday In April thereafter a Pres
ident ami Heard el Directors shall be chosen
by the stockholders, and a Secretary nnd
Treasurer by the President nnd Ueunl or Di
rectors te held ter the ensuing year and until
their successors are chosen and qualified.
Sixth The Indebtedness of said corpora
tion shall nt no tlme exceed the sum of five
Seventh Thu prlvate property et the stock steck stock
heldcis is te be exempt liem the corporate
debts of said corporation.
April lath, IbW.
CALVERT C. ARTHUR.
EDWARD F. HERNDON,
HENRY A. REES,
If. W. REES.
CINCINNATI DIVISION CIIESAPEAKI! AND OHIO
Ne. 2. .. 3:4(1 n,
Ne. 'J) 7iWp,
Ne. 1S,.,.I: p
Ne. 4 ... S.U) p,
KjuI I -V- " " !' "'
(Ne. 1 .... fi.22 a,
Ne. la Stum.
Ne. 17 ...10.1" u,
Ne. 3 4.2J p
li.22 a. m
Add twenty-six niludtes te get city time.
Nes. ll)tind2U nre the Maysvllle accommoda
tion, and Nes. 1 , and 18 the Huntington accom
modation. Nes. 1 and 2 are thu lust I'.vnriM
and Kes.U 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, Ilaltlmore, Philadelphia and New Yerk.
Through Pullman sleeper te Richmond, Va.,
and Old Point Comfert. Ne. 2 Is a solid train
with Pullman sleoperte Washington, making
all Eastern and Southeastern connections.
The accommodation trains nre dally except
emiuii) , iiiu reel ure tinny.
Direct connection at Cincinnati ler points
iieai iinu euuiu
Leavo." Mnysvllle at
5:30 a. m. f or Paris, Lex-
ingion.uiiioinnaii.uicii ingien.uiiioinnaii.uicii ingion.uiiieinnaii.uicii
mond. Stanford. Llv.
Ingston, Jolllce, Mlddlesboreugh, Cumberland
Gup, Frankfort, Louisville and points en N.
N. nnd M. V., Enstern Division.
Lcnves Mnysvllle at 1:15 n. m. ler Paris. Cln-
clnuatl. Loxlngten, Winchester, Rlchmenif
mm pmniH nu n. a. nna ii. v., i.asiern invia
Ma) svllle at 10.00 a. m. and 8:45
All trains daily except Sunday,
Add twenty-six minutes te get city tlme,
DIlir.CT KOUTE WEST
We Ohie and Mlltp
j)( '(i ftniy
Is the short line be
tween Cincinnati und
St. Leuis, and all of Its'
trains run threuirh solid
te St. Leuis. Ne transferring of bugguge or
of passengers who travel en O. nud M. trains.
Less than tun hours Is our tlme te St, Leuis,
where our trains make connection In the
Union Depot with trains of nil Hues for the
West, Southwest and Northwest,
The Ohie and Mississippi Railway Is the di
rect and last line te Louisville
The Ohie and Mississippi Itnllwav gives spo spe
clal iittontlen te colonists going West, either
single or lu parties. Our ngents nre pro pre
pared ut ull times te furnish Information as te
rntes nnd routes te ikiIius West, and wben
pnssotigers are ready te start will seciire their
tickets nt lowet rates iind attend te check
ing bnggage through te domination.
Fer tlokets vU O. nnd M, Rallvray and
further Information cull en agent of connect
lug line or address C, W. PARIS.
Central Pasienger Ajrcnt O. and M. Rail
way, t West Fourth treet, Cincinnati, O.
TOH PKINTINQ neatly and quickly exeautH
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Cin. tobacco stake (3 yr.). 1,000 j
2:20tret - 5001
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for the round trip.
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P. PARKER, President
Mayer.. . E. E. Pcarce. J
City Clerk... ' Martin A. O'Hare
Collector nud Treasurer... .11. A. Cechrua. Jr -
Marshal James Hct'ln"' ft
assessor a.m. nutr
Weed und Ceal Inspector William Davls-
Wharfmaster CM. Phlster .
City Prosecutor J. N. Kehe'e
City Physician , Dr. C. C. Owens
City Undertaker O. A. Means & Sen
Keeper Almshouse Mrs. Sarah E. Sapp"
city council. - jt
Mert First Tliumday Eventne Ol Ec" Menth, , -
William II. Cox, President.
MEMUEItS. -' :
(1) W. II. Cox,
i'J) Conard Rudy,
(2) M. F. Kehoe,
(3) O. II. Pearce, Jr.
(1) E. W. Fitzgerald.
(2) 11. It. Illerbewer,
(3) L. C. llatterman.
(1) Thes. M. Weed.
(2) Rebert Fleklln,
(3 II. L. Newell.
(1) Gee. C. Fleming
(3) J. I. Salisbury.
The figures indlcnte the number of years
each Ceuncl.man has te serve from Janunrr,
Confldence Ledge Ne. W Meets first Men- .
Jav night In each month. v
Masen Ledge Ne. 312 Meets second Monday ,,,
night IrT each month. '
Jlaj svllle Chanter Ne. t Meets third Mon Men
dny night In each month. ' "
.iav sviue cemmanuery ft e. ii meets ieurin
Monday night In each month.
DeKalh Idge Ne. 15 Meets every Tuesday
tluggeld Ledgo Ne.
27 Meets overy Wednes-,"
Plsguh Encampment Ne. 0 Meets
und leurth Meiiduj s In every month.
Canten Mnysville Ne. 2 Meets third Monday
night in each month.
Friendship Ledge Ne. 42. D. of It. -Meets
tlrst Mendny night In each month. '
KNIOIIT8 OF PYTHIAS. t
Limestone Ledgu Ne.tta Meets every Friday .
nlirht. ' v 'T
Mnysville Division Ne. 0, U. R. Meets first
Tuesday in every month.
p. e. 8. A,
Washington Camp Ne. 3 Meets every Thurs
day night. .
a. a. it.
Jeseph Helscr Pest Ne. 13 Meets first nnd
third Saturdays In each month.
M. C. Hutchlns Camp Ne. 2. S. of V. Meets
every Wednesday evening.
Weman's Relief Cerps Meets second and
fourth Saturdays lu each mouth.'
k. of it." '
Maysvllle Ledgo Ne. 2778. Meets first nnd!
third Tuesdays in each month.
St. Patrick's Henovelont Seciety Meets
every second Sunday.
Sodality or the U. V. M. Meets overy Sun
day. Father Mathew Total Abstlnence Society
Meets first Sunday In each month.
Ancient Older or Hibernians Meets third
Sunday In each month.
Knights or St. Jehn Meets every Tuesday,
German Relief Society Meets first Mendny
night in each month. '
COLORED SOCIETIES. '
Acacia Ledgo Ne. 21. F. A. M. Meets second
Wednesduj night In cacli month.
Mt. Hormen Chapter Ne. 8. R. A. M. Meets
second Friday In each month.
Pjilostlne Cammandery Ne. 8, K. T. Meets
fourth Friday In each month,
e. IT..O. e. r.
Mnysvllle Stnr Ledgo Ne. 1018. Meets first
und third Frldny night In each month.
Household of Ruth Ne. 87. Meets second
Thursday night lu each tuenthj,
DAL'nilTEItS OF THE TAUEIINACI.E.
Conge Rlver Tabernacle Ne, b0. Meets first
Miiursuay in cacu mourn. ,
DAUQIITEIIS OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN.
Evans Ledgo Ne. 9. Meets first Wednesday
night In each mouth.
u. u. r.
Geed Will Ledgo Ne. 40. Meets first Satur
day and third Wednesday night In each month.
Yeung's Temple Ne. 41. Meets first Monday
night lu each mouth.
a. a. tt.
McKlnnevan Pest Ne. 100. Meets Tetirth Sat
urday ulght tn each month.
Weman's Reller Cerps Ne. 28! Meets first
Tuesday lu each month.
Netice of 'Incorporation of Mnysville
1. Notlce Is heieby given that JehnT. Flem
ing. J. C. Pocor, T. II. N. Smith, Ernie Whlte,
D. llccblnger, Cloen C. Owens, J. A. Reed,.
Thorans R. Phlster, W, W. Rail and M, J. Me-
Carthy have formed a corinirfttleii -named
Mnysvllle Sanitarium Company, In accordance
with the previsions et Chapter 60, General
2. The principal placoef business Is Mnys
ville, Masen county, Kentucky. , r
3. Tho.buslness of the corporations te es-'
tabllsh and maintain an Institute ut Maysvllle
ler the euro or the liquor, tobacco and mor mer mor
4. The capital stoek'ls ten thousand dollars,
divided Inte shares et ten dollars eaeh, te be
paid for In meney or ether property as may be
agreed upon, te be paid In en call of Directors.
5. The corporation begins May Dth,l, and
Is te contluue for twenty-five years. r
0. The business et the company shall be
managed by a Heard of flve Directors, wbe
shall be elected annually by the stockholders
nud who shnll held office for ene year and
until tbelr successors nie elected and qual ,
fled, The Directors shall from their number
cieci a frcsiaent and Ylce-i'resiaent, and
irein tneir numtwrertn
he stockholders, a I
rntarv and Treasurer.
7. The.hlghwt amount of lndebtednew nr
liability te which the corporation Is te sub.
Ject Itself Is two thousand dollars. ,. .ft'
6, The private property ei the stoalilieKori ..
n le vu exew
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