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KENTUCKY'S "BLUE RIBBON" FAR
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Jltlc im Hnhert B. Cord.
Mineral Frank W. Hawes.
OranothureC. U. Hess.
SvrtmnUUc C. C. Dcgmnn.
Maytlick Chnrles Wheeler.
Vancebura Mr. Jennlu Stewart.
Mt. Carmel Kelly & Foxworthy.
Auaunta Loander Tiilly.
rcfti-Jecph W. Wlllliims.
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RBCorrtJeiiiIciit u'lll plfdne cciiil Letter n
os liirrdt.'i u net Idler thanOo'cleek a. m. Give
facta in a few worth a itenihlc. We utint
tieirx in tht le)Htrtinct, ami net advertMnu
tmtlecti or political atvument.
Will Goodwin of Sand Hill is here en
visit te his best girl.
O. S. Wills nnd family of Hentenvillc,
O., are here en n visit te his father,
Diphtheria has broken out very bail in
this neighborhood. Fifteen cases up te
the present time.
. Edward Hoe has threshed this season
11,300 bushels of wheat and will com
mence this week hulling clever.
Masen & Ucugbs are net through
threshing jet. W ill report the number
of bushels they have threshed ns seen as
they get through.
Perry Themas, who lives close te the
2?orth"Feik of Licking, has n tleld of
about fifteen acres of corn that was
planted with a drill that will make be
tween 75 and 100 bushels te the acre. Se
men sav that have been through thu
J. W. Tully and family of Cettagcvillc
"verc visiting at Lewis Jenkins's en Sun
day. Jake Trutnbe and sister, Miss Sue, vis
ited friends near Tollesboro Saturday
Mrs. Lucy Uurch of Haverhill, O.. re
turned te her home Monday after a short
visit te relatives here.
A geed manv of our citizens attended
the Sundav-schoel Convention in Lewis
county en Thursday nud Friday.
J. M. Vawter of Saline, Kan., closed
en Wednesday night n series of very in
teresting ami instructive discourses at
The remains of G. W. Herd were in
terred at Hethany en Friday. A large
crowd of sympathizing friends and rel
ntives were "present.
Mis Nellie Uurch of Haverhill, O.,
who has been visiting relatives here for
sonic time left for Cincinnati en Monday
te visit friends and relatives.
OX THE FLOOR OF THE OCEAN.
Wrecked Vessels and Drowned
Alwa)sSink te the Hotteni.
There is a rather common, but erro
neous notion te the effect that a human
body or even a shit) will net sink te the
bottom of the profounder abysses of the
ocean, but will, en account of the density
of the waters at a great depth, remain sus
pended at some dlstance above the sur
face of the earth.
This, according te Scribner, is an error.
Ne ether fate awaits the drowned sailor
or his ship than that which comes te the
marine creatures who die en the bottom
of the sea in time their dust all passes
into the great storehouse of the earth,
even as these who receive burial en the
However deep the sea, it is but a few
lieurs before the body of a man who
finds his grave in the ocean is at a rest
upon the bottom; it there receives the
same swift service from the agents which,
in the order of nature, are appointed te
care for the dead ns comes te these who
are reverently inhumed in blessed
All save the hardest parts of the skele
ten are quickly taken again into the
realm of the living, and even these mere
resisting portions of the body arc, in
" large patt, appropriated by the creatures
of the sea fleer, se that before the dust
returns In the accumulating water te the
Jlrm-9ct earth it may pass through an
extended cycle of living forms.
The fate of animal bodies en the sea
iloer is well illustrated by the fact that
beneath the waters of the Gulf Stream,
where it passes Southern Flerida, there
jire in sonic places quantities of bones,
apparently theso of the manitee, or sea
cow. a large herbivorous mammal, which,
like the seal, has become adapted te
aquatic life; these creatures plentifully
inhabit the tropical rivers which flew
into the Carrlbenu Sea, and arc, though
rarely, found in the streams of Southern
At their death they drift into the open
water nnd are swept away te the North
ward by the ocean current. Fer some
""weeks, perhaps, the carcasses arc buoyed
up by the gases of decomposition which
tire retained by their thick, oily skins; as
these decay nnd break the bodies fall te
A c.4.Mi:ii of the largest size has been
3tnewn te drink from thirty te fifty gal
lons of water nnd then travel without any
mere for twenty days.
rKWiAPS the only thing that prevents
Nancy Hanks from going en the stage is
the fact that she has tee many legs even
for that kind of n show.
A TELKeitAJt was received yesterday
" i announcing the death in Texas of Jehn
Mcllvaine. a former resident of this
county nnd a brother of the late II. V.
Miss Fanmk Edwaiids of Louisville
' ,who has l)cen preaching at Somerset for
( a week pat Is an unusually tine speaker.
Mke attracts overflowing audiences te
every meeting, ami has stirred up great
jHterMt-byhcr work. She is just fifteen
. J" JFut Mil Awtckint Ins, W. R Warder.
a ' ,ktie,.mmaii..iiamfmiMFmimr.. i- !,.' immmeemwmmss miiimi hw i mi ii - "irnnr ttj - -t r i .
FOIl SI! EMIT.
We are authorized te nnnounce J. C. JEF
FE11SON a the Democratic candidate for
Sheriff of Jlasnn county at the election te be
held Tuesday, November 8th, 18U2.
hciullnu " iclj)
H'antel," " Aent," " PmhikI," Ac, e an accepta
ble nntuix, anil tint te tjrccal time Uncf, en this
i, are FHEE tn all.
iZTXti Murine. .Uh-tititancnt iwatal with
If annw.tr fail te come the firtt time, tic invite
an maun leiutitieuf an are ntcewary te tccure
uhat ii'iu adverti'C for. We wMi the advcitlecrt
teful that lhti arc nnlimelnu en ubiiutna
our free relumii.
.trti'crlfcemcii! can lie left at our elce or Kilt
(hmuuh tlic mad te
TIW VV11LIC I.KDQEli COiWASW
A'.i. 10 E. Thin! Street.
7ANTKD All e.perlenced female nurse
Immediately. Apply te DH. S. PANG
IIUHN. "WTANTED-My frlendx mid the public te
t knew that I am heie te de their work,
and net te listen te any tales that arc told, but
ceme and see me. O. G. IiAYTON.
WANTED The hidles te call and see the
latest and nebbiest things In Kail MIIII-
nery. ANNA M. FltAZAU, Agent.
WANTKD-A teacher for the sc1icm1 In DIs-
' trlct isn. no. uentlemau preferred.
HAHDING, P. O. address
ANTED The people te knew that Miss
K zabet l 1'. W en will encii ii Mvlit
Scheel en the tlrst Monday In September.
Fer terms and tull particulars apply te the
Heeve at in Ktisi aeceiw street, .iays inc. hv
VlT'ANTKD-Ladles te knew that Mrs. Jehn
Hill iscnrrylmr en a DrccsiimklnK es
tablishment at Miss Anna Frazar's, and would
be glad te have them call.
1"'ANTKD Geed second-hand awnlmr at
once. Addiess WILLIAM DLTKST, City
FOK KENT Knems en first Meer, at Mi Kat
Second street, corner Poplar.
FOK SAMJ A Hand Made Heek Case. Can
be seen at Ttitt East Third street. J. W.
FOR SALE Ilulldlmr let en Grunt street.
Applyte J.T.CAKNAH A N.
1710K SALE-Vlelln outfit.
J ply at thlielllce.
Price 10. Ap-
FOU SALE. A three-seated cypress row row
beat. Kushteu make. In iroed condltleii.
"I710H SALK-A ifoed Milch
-D JACOII WOHMALD.
Cew. Apply te
Key with short chain at-
Please return te HEV. C. KIF-
I OST Iletween my residence en West See
J eml street and the Llmostene Fleur Mills
en Second, Ilrldgc or Third streets, a pair of
geld rimmed Spectacles. HVHON L. ltul) V.
r.OST-A Hunch or Keys.
U leave at A. WKIAND'S.
LOST Pair of Spectacles, made by Shreunls
& Kaiper, Chicago. Plense return te
LOST Checks and Meney etr of the Jit.
Carmel Ilus between Orangeburg and
Maysvllle. Checks Indorsed Hlgglns A: Ce.
Finder please leave at this etllce.
LOST-A Lady's Geld Watch Sunday be
tween Wells's stable and Ilrldgc street,
with the menagram J. JI. enirravcil thereon,
lteturn te this olllce and rccolve reward.
LOST On the evening of the 21st, between
the comer or Wall nnd Thin! streets and
the residence or G. W. Illatterman en West
Fourth street, a pair of geld Glasses In a case
and a geld thimble with name "JIary" en.
graved. A suitable reward will be paid upon
the return of theso nrticles te Ne. IS West
FOlt SALE A Furniture Wagen. Apply te
or address LEANDEU TULLV, Augusta,
IjlOUND A deer Key. Owner can have
sumo by calling at this etlicc.
CINCINNATI DIVISION CIIESAPEAKK AND OHIO.
(Ne. 2. 0:40 a.
Ne. 3D 7:40 p,
Ne. IS i-.n i,
Ne. 4 S.IU p,
K.t $"?! '"
Ne. 1 fl .22 a.
(Ne. 19 5:) a,
1 Ne. 17 ...10:15 n,
I Ne. 3 4:25 p
fl.22 a. m
Add twenty-six minutes te get city time.
Nes. lit and SO are the Maysvllle accommoda
tion, and Ne. 17 and is the Huntington accom
modation. Nes. 1 and 2 are the last express
and Nes.II Htid 4 the F. F. V.
Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) Is a solid train with through
dining car and Pullman sleepers te Washing,
ten, Ilaltimerc, Philadelphia and New Yerk.
Through Pullman sleeper te Richmond, Va.,
and Old Point Comfert. Ne. a Is a solid train
with Pullman sleeper te Washington, making
all Eastern and Southeastern connections.
The accommodation trains are dally except
Sunday; the rest are dally.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for points
West and Seuth.
Leaves Maysvllle at
5:'J0 a. in. for Paris, Lex.
Ington, Cincinnati, Iilch-
mend. Stanford. I.I v.
ingsten, Jolllce, Jllddlcsboreugh, Cumberland
Gap, Franklert, Louisville and points en N.
N. and JI. v., Eaatern Division.
Leaves Maysvllle at 1:45 p. m. for Paris, Cin
cinnati. Lexlntrtnn, Wlnchester, Hlchmnnd
and points en N.N. and JI. V Eastern Divis
Arrive at Jlaysvllle at 10:00 u. m. and 8:45
All trains daily except Sunday.
Add twenty-six minutes te get city time.
DIIIBCT IIOUTU WEST
Wit Ohie nnd Mttli.
Is the short line be
tween Cincinnati and
St. Leuis, and all of Its
trains run through solid
te St. Leuis. Ne transferring or bagyage or
of passengers who travel en O. nnd JI. trains.
Less than ten hours Is our time te St. Leuis,
wliore our trains make connection In the
Union Depot with trains or all lines for the
West, Southwest and Northwest.
The Ohie and Mississippi Hallway Is the di
rect, and fast line te Louisville.
The Ohie and Jllsslsslppl Hallway gives spo spe spo
elal attention te colonists going west, cither
single or In parties. Our agents are pre
pared at all times te furnish Information as te
rates nnd routes te points West, nnd when
passcngers are ready te start will secure thelr
ilckets at lowett rates and attend te ohook ehook oheok
lug bnggage through te destination.
Fer tickets via O. and M. Hallway and
further Information call en agouti of connect cennect
InK lines or address C. W. PAH 18,
Central Passenger Agent O. and JI, Kail
way, 48 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O.
Week of August the 23d,
2:40 pace ?e00
2 year old pace 500
Liberal premiums for Harness, Read, Saddle and Draft Horses. ' v $
The premium list in the Floral Hall has been almost doubled a premium for everything that '-'
"tows and that ladies make.
Fare en the 0. and 0. and K. 0. and Big Sandy steamers, one fare for the round trip. -
The worlds cnampien one year old pacer Jbausta, zzzy2) win be in Tuesdays race. . v
The world's champion one year old trotter Freu Freu, 2:25, will be in Saturday's race.
These colts positively will be here.
Ladies and children
JAMES W. FITZGERALD, Secretary.
Hen. A. E.Cele, Judge JIaysvllle
J. H. Sallce, Commonwealth Att'y Maysvllle
Hen D. Parry, Clerk JIaysvllle
Allan D. Cele. Jliister Commissioner. JIaysvllle
.Masen At JIaysvllle, Tuesday after the sec
ond Jlenday In January, April, July and Octo
ber. Fleming At Flemingsburg, third Jlenday In
Jlav and November.
Greenup At Greenup, fourth Jlenday In
February and Augut.
Lewis At Vnnceburg second Jlenday In
June and December.
Nlchelas-At Carlisle, Tuesday alter third
Jlenday In September nnd leurth Jlenday In
MASON COUNTV COU11T.
Meet Second Monday tn Each Menth.
Thes.H.PhUter, Presiding Judge.. JIaysvllle
Charles D. Newell, County Attorney. Maysvllle
T. JI. Pearce, Cleric JIaysvllle
Jehn W. Alexander, Sherlir JIaysvllle
J. C. Jeffersen I n.nlltll,,l Jlaysllck
Sam P. Ferine f el'""e9'j Maysvllle
Itebert C. Kirk, Jailer JIaysvllle
Jehn I) Hee, Corener JIaysvllle
Jehn C. Everett, Assessor .Maysvllle
G.W. Illattcrman, Scheel Sup't.. ..JIaysvllle
Quarterly Court meets Tuesday alter the
second Jlenday in March, June, September
and December, ami lias civil jurisdiction te
the amount of $200.
JIaysvllle Ne. 1. Jehn L. Grant, .Magistrate,
holds court the tlrst Tuesday In each month.
Jacob Miller. Jlaglstrate, holds court the
fourth Tuesday In each month. Win. 11. Daw
JIaysvllle Ne. 2.-T. J. Pickett, .Magistrate
holds court the tlrst Saturday In each mouth.
William Pepper, Jlaglstrate, holds court the
fourth Saturday In each mouth. J. 11. JlcNutt,
Dever James Earnshaw and Frank Luns
lord. JIagistrates. held courts en the tlrst and
third Wednesday In JInrch, June, September
and December. Jehn Hunyon, Constable.
.Minerva O. N. Weaver and Jo-eiih JI. Ilyar.
Magistrates, held courts en the tlrst and third
Thursdays In March. June, September and
December. William K. King, Constable.
Germnntewii Leslie H.JIanuen nnd Wm. L.
Woodward, JIagistrates, held courts en the
tlrst Friday and third Saturday In JInrch.
June. September and December. William
Sardls J. JI. Hall and Jnmes H. Grlgsby,
JIagistrates, held courts en the second and
fourth Saturdays In March, June. September
and December. A. J. Suit. Constable.
Jlaysllck Charles W. Williams and J. D.
Itayinend, JIagistrates, held courts en the sec
ond and leurth Fridays in JIarch, June, Sep
tember and December. Jnmes It. Hobersen.
Lewlsburg Isaac L. Jlcllvaln and Jeseph
JI. Alexander, Magistrates, held courts en the
second and fourth Thursdays In JIarch, June,
September and December. S. JI. Strode, Con
stable, Orangeburg JI. D. Farrew and Lewis JI.
Cellls, .Magistrates, held courts en the first
Saturday and last Jlenday In JIarch. June,
September and December. W. H, Coryell,
Washington Edward Ilelfryand Arthur F.
Weed, JIagistrates, held courts en the fourth
Tuesdays nnd third Wednesdays In Jlaich,
June, September and December. Gcerge C.
Murphysvllle Jehn E. Wells and W. W.
Worthlngten, JIagistrates, held courts en the
fourth Mondays and third Thursdays In JIarch,
June, September and Deccinber. II. T. Sut Sut
Fern Leaf Samuel E. Jlastln and Powell It.
Owens, .Magistrates, held courts en the second
and leurth Saturdays In JIareh, June, Septem
ber and December. Charles Walllnglerd, Con
stable. Helena William Luttrell and Jeseph W
Matcman, JIagistrates, held courts en the sec
ond nnd leurth Wednesdays In JIarch, June,
September nnd December. Jnmes It. Farrew,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
First That Allen G rover. Calvert C. Arthur,
Edward F. Hernden, Henry A. Kees, H. W.
llecs and William Jlanley huve beeome In
corporated by virtue at the piovislnuset the
General Statutes et Kentucky under the nnine
of Shannen and Ferman Chapel Turnpike,
Company, and the principal place of transact
ing business Is at the residence of Jehn II.
Hernden, Esq., Masen county, Ky.
Second The nuture et the business pro
posed te be transacted Is the construction,
maintenance and operation of a turnpike
read Trein the Sardls Turuplke Head near the
forks of Shannen creek te Fleming county
line near Ferman's Cli&pel, a dlstance of
about two and a half miles.
Third The capital stock of said corpora
tion Is six thousand dollars, In shares et
twenty-five dollars each, the private stock te be
paid 111 upon call of the Directors, and the
stock of Masen county In accordance with re
quirements of theorderof the Court et Claims
of .Masen county.
Fourth Said corporation shall cemfnence
business ns seen as two thousand dollars Is
subscribed te the capital stock and shall con cen con
tlnue In existence titty years.
Fifth The affairs of the corporation are te
be conducted by n President nnd a Heard of
Directors, tlve In number, a Secretary and
Treasurer, all of whom arc te be stockholders
In said corporation. The first set of etllcers
shall be Allen Grevor, President: II. W. Hees,
Calvert C. Arthur, Edward F. Hernden. Wil
liam Jlanley and Henry A. Hees, Directors;
Edward F. Hernden, Seoretnry: II. W, Hees,
Treasurer, and they shall held their etllccs
until the first Jlenday In April, 18i(l, nnd until
their successors are chosen and qualified: and
evcry first Jlenday In April thercatter a Pres
ident and Heard of Directors shall be chosen
by the stockholders, and a Sccretary and
Treasurer by the President and Heard of Di
rectors te held for the eimilng rear and until
thelr successors nre chosen nud qualified.
Sixth The Indebtedness of said corpora
tion shall at no tlme exceed the sum of five
Seventh The private preperty et the stock
holders Is te be exempt from the corporate
debts of said corporation.
April i:ith, 1MI2.
KDWAIID F. HF.HNDON,
HKNltV A. HEES,
II. W. HEES.
t. ii. n. smith. DENTIST !
Tlic latent Ijeeal Aiutnthelie for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Fer keeping jour teeth nnd Mums tn order
use Supenla, best teeth wash known te the
world. Qltlce, Seoend itroet.
Free for all pace $ 500
Futurity (2 yr.) 2,000
2:40 trot 500
2:18 trel .? 000
Smith stake, 8 yr 1,000
2:23 class pacers COO
300 yards feet race.
free first day.
S. S. SAVAGE, President.
Pair and Bating!
SEPTEMBER 20th, 21st, 22d and 23d.
Trettinc. Running and Pacing Races eacli day. Fruit, Floral anil Vegetable
Displnys. Fiue Peultiy Exhibit. Amusements of nil kinds. Excursion rates en nil
railroads enteting the city. Fer Premium List and Printed Mnttcr, address
I. N. DAVIS, Secy, Ashland.
I P. J. MURPHY
SUCCKSSOK TO HOPPEIt 4 MUHPHY.
Ha a fairycr Oatly Circulation than any ether
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The Avurtive Hepuhllcan Journal uf the Me
tri)uiliA Ktuiaerferthc Mat.
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Circulation Over 100,000 Copies Dully.
Tim Pitr.ss is the organ et no factien: pulls
no wires; Iiiib no animosities te avenge.
The Met Hcmarhahlc Ifcuumptr Succe in
New Yerk. The Pre U a Rational 8ucc.
Cheap uews, vulgar sensations and trash
tlnd no place In thocelun.ns etTiiB Piiebs,
Thk PuKHS has the brlghest Editorial page
In New Yerk. It sparkles with points.
Tub Puess Sunday edition is n splendid
twenty jingo paper, coverlng every current
topic of Interest,
the Piiess Weekly Edition contains all the
geed things of the Dally nnd Sunday editions.
Fer theso who cannot afford the Dally or are
prevented by dlstance from early receiving It,
is a Bp;
A an AdvettMnu Medium The Pre ha no
SuiHtierin Kew Yerk.
iniMn the reach of all. Tlic Ztel and Chcaxl
Kiicia))cr in America.
Dally and Sunday, ene year fft 00
Dally and Sunday, six months - 00
Dally and Sunday, ene mouth 43
Dally only, ene year 3 00
Dally only, four months 1 HO
Sunday, ene year SOU
Weekly Press, ene year ,. 100
Bend for The Piiesh Circular.
Samples free. Agents wanted everywherc.
THE PBKSS, 8 Park Hew, New Yerk.
JOn ntlNTINO neatly and qulekly executed
at The Public Ledger Jeb Hoeins.
24th, 25th, 26th and 27th.;
2:22tret .....$ 500
Merchants stake (4 yr.). . . 1,000
3 yenr old pacers 500
M. II. HOUSTON, Sccictmy,
Bepawing of nil Kinds
Te Article One of Articles Incorporn Incerporn Incorpern
tinp; tlic Ofikwoed Distillery Ce.
Aiitici.b te amend Article I of Articles of In
corporation of Oakwood Distillery Company,
et Muysvllle, Masen county, Kentucky, re
corded In Deed Heek Ne. U), page 413.
He It known te all whom It may concern,
that at a meeting of the stockholders or the
Oakwood Dlstlllery Cempnny, Jlaysvllle,
held at Jts elUce in Maysvllle, Kentucky,
Friday, June 3d, 18U2, it was agreed
that the corporal name or snld cempnny
be changed trem Oakwood Dlstlllery Coin
pony te Feyntz Urothers Cempnny, nnd
that horenfter the business of snld corpora
tion be conducted under the corporate name
of Poyntz Hrothers Company. And It wns
further agreed at sail meeting that Hen II.
Poyntz, Secretary nnl Troasurer of said
Oakwood Dlstlllery Comvany.be nnd he was au
thorized te inake prepei acknowledgment of
said change of name borre the Clerk el Jta Jta
sen County Court, and enrgse same te be pub
lished and recorded nsrcqtlred by law.
T I1KN II. POYNTZ,
Second Treat, of OiiMwrt DMlllcru Ce.
State cir Kestuckv, I ..,,
Masen County. fa"'
I, T, M. Pource, Clerk of the County Court
for the county nnd state uferestM, de certlly
that the foregoing Instrument or writing was
this day p red u cod te me In said county and
acknowledged before me by Hen Ii, Poyntz, n
a party thoreto, te be his act and deed, and
ledged for record, whoreupon the name, to
gether with this oertlilcato. hath Ken duly
uumuieu iu receru ill myiiiiicu.
Given under my hand
and this 3d day June.
T. JI. PEAHCE, Clerk,
iiy j. v. i.evn, ji. u.
Cincinnati, Portsnieutli, DifrSandy uul
Pomeroy Packet Company.
The splendid beats of this line, running b.
twoeu Cincinnati, Portsmouth, I ronten Hunt.
Ington, Galllpells and Pomeroy, pais Mays'
Pomeroy Packets Hoitena, Telegraph audi
cuy or Mnnisen pass jiayiviue eiiner way at
1 o'clock a. in.
Henanza up dnlly for Vauceburg at 8 n. in.,
returning for Cincinnati, passes Maysvllle
dally, oxcept Sunday, atSp. ni. '
Fer freight or passage apply te'
0. M. PIlIHTKIt, Avcnt.
2:33 trot 8 500'
Pin tnhnriii sink n I5rr 1 ftnn .','"
2:20 trot 500 '-,!")
P. PARKER, President.
Mayer E. E. Pearce, Jr
City Clerk JIartlu A, O'llare
Collector and Treasurer... . It. A. Cechrnu, Jr
Marshal Jnmes Hctlln
Assessor A.N. Hutf
Weed nud Ceal Inspector William Davis
Wlmrltnastcr , C. JI. Phlster
City Prosecutor J. N. Kehee
City Physician A)r. C. C. Owens
City Undertaker Q. A. Means & Sen
Keeper Almshouse Jlrs. Sarah K. Sapj
Meets Firtt Thurtdau Evtntna in Each Menth.
William H. Cox. President.
(1) W. H. Cox,
(U) Cennrd Hudy,
('-') JI. F. Kehee,
() C. II, Pearce, Jr.
(1) E. W. Fitzgerald.
C') H. It. Illorbewcr,
(3) L. C. Hattcrmnn.
(1) Thes. JI. Weed,
n Hebert Fleklln,
(3) ILL. Newcll.
(1) Gee. C. Fleming
(3) J. I. Salisbury.
(D Gee. Sehrecder,
a1) Polk Hicks.
(3) Hulus Dryden.
The figures Indicate the number or years
each Councilman has te serve from January,
Contldence Ledgo Ne. 53 Jleets ttrsl Jton Jten
dnv night tn each month.
.Masen Ledge Ne. 342 Jleets second Jlenday
night In each month.
Jlaysvllle Chapter Ne. H-JIeets third Jlon Jlen
day night In eacli month.
Jlaysvllle Cemmandery Ne. 10- Jleets fourth
Monday night In each month.
DeKalb Ledge Ne. 12 Jleets every Tuesday
ttlnggeld Ledgo Ne. 27 Jleets every Wednes
PIsgah Encampment Ne. Jleets second
nud leurth Mondays In every month.
Canten JIaysvllle Ne. 2 .Meets third Jlenday
night in each month.
Friendship Ledge Ne. 42, D. of It. -Jleets
tlrst Jlenday night In each month.
KN'IOIITS Or t'YTIIIAS.
Limestone Ledgo Ne. 30 Jleets every Friday
Maysvllle Division Ne. 0, U. H. .Meets first
Tuesday In every month.
P. O. 8. A.
Washington Camp Ne. 3 Jleets every Thurs
n. A. u.
Jeseph Helser Pest Ne, 13 Meets first and
third Saturdays In each month.
JI. C. Hutchins Camp Ne. 2, S. of V.-JIeets
every Wednesday evening.
Weman's Hellef Cerns Jleets second nnd
fourth Saturdays In each mouth.
k. or it.
Maysvllle Ledgo Ne. 2778. Jleets first and
third Tuesdays in each month.
St. Patrick's Hcnevelcnt Society Jloets
every second Sunday.
Sodality of the II. V. JI. Jleets overy Sun
day. Fatlier JIathew Total Abstlnence Society
Meets tlrst Sunday Iu each month.
Ancient Order of Hibernians Jleets third
Sunday In each mouth.
Knights of St. Jehn Jleets evcry Tuesduy
German Hellef Society Jleets first .Monday
night In each month.
Acacia Ledgo Ne. 24, F, A. JI. Jleets second
Wednesday night In each month.
Jit. Hermen Chapter Ne. 8, H. A. M. Jleets
second Friday In each mouth.
Palestine Cnmmnndery Ne. 0, K. T. Jleets
fourth Friday In each month,
e. v. e. e. v.
Jlaysvllle Star Ledgo Ne. 1W.8. Jleets first
and third Friday night in each mouth.
Household et ltiith Ne. 37. Meets second
Thursday night lu each month,
IlAUOnTEItS OF THE TABKKNAC1.E.
Conge lllver Tnbernncle Ne. 80. Jleets first
Thursday In each mouth.
DAtlailTEIlS OF THE GOOD HAMAUITAN.
Evans Ledgo Ne. 0. Jleets first Wednesduy
night In each month.
u. n. f.
Geed Will Ledgo Ne. 46. Jleets first Satur
day and third Wednesday night In each month.
Yeung's Toraple Ne. 44. Jleets first Jlenday
night Iu each month..
n. a. u.
JIcKlnuevnn Pest Ne. It W. .Meets fourth Sat
urday night In each month.
Weman's Helliif Cerps Ne. '&. Jleets first
Tuesday In each month.
Netice of Incorporation of Maysvllle
1. Netice Is hereby given that Jehn T. Flem
ing. J. C. Pecer, T. H. N. Smith, Ernle White,
D. Hcchlnger, Cleon C. Owens, J. A. Heed.
Themas It. Phlster, W, W. Hall and JI. J. MqI
Cart by have formed a corporation named
Jlaysvllle Sanitarium Company, tn accordance
with the previsions of Chapter 60, Goneral
2. The principal place of business Is JIays
vllle, Masen county, Kentucky.
3. The business of the corporation' Is toes tees
tabllsh and maintain an Institute at Jlaysvllle
for the euro of the liquor, tobacco and inor iner inor
4. The capital stock Is ten thousand dollars,
divided Inte shares of ten dollars each, te be
paid for In money or ether preperty as may be
agreed upon, te be paid In en call of Directors.
6. The corporation begins Jlny 0th, 1802, nnd
Is te contlnue for twctity-flve yours.
u. The business or the company shall be
managed by a Heard of flve Directors, who
shall be elected annually by the stoekholdors
and who shall held olllce for ene year and
until their sueoessers ate elected and qual
fled. The Dlroetors shall from thelr numbei
elect a President and Vloe-Prcsldeut. and
from thelr number or the stoekholdors, a Sec
rotary and Troasurer. ,
, I. JIIV iiikuubi luiiuillll Ul IIIUUUIUQIIUM Or
lability te which the corporation Is te sub
Vit Itself Is two thousand dollars.
, V The prlvate preperty of the stockholders
is.Vi be oxempt from the corporate debts.
. JOHN T. FLEMING. President.
eU Thes. K. Phihtkk, See. and Tre.
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