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KENTUCKY'S "BLUE RIBBON" FAIR.
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Week of August the 23d, 24th, 25th, 26th and 27th.
The Editor of The Lkdiikii Is net responsi
ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond
ents; but nothing rctlectlng upon thocharac thecharac thocharac
ter enhablts of any person will be mlmlttcil
te these celumns.1
"Cerrcc)x)iiilcHl(i irllt pleae ttml Letter te
n tereach u net later than On'cleck a. m. Oive
facts in at few word a ieible. We want
new in thi depaitment, and net advcttiina
notice nr political arvument.
Fiub nml Accident Ins. W. H Ward cr
We tins nutlierlzed te announce J. C. JEK
KBKSON h the Democratic) candidate for
Sherlir of Mnen county nt the election te be
held Tufsdav. November 8th, IMC.
2:40 pace $500
2 year old pace 500
Free for all pace sf 500
Futurity (2 yr.) 2,000
2:40 trot....- 500
2:18 trot ? 500
2:23 class pacers COO
S00 yard feet nice.
2:33 trot $ 500
CIn. tobacco stake (2 yr.). 1,000
2:20 trot 500
2:22 trot $ 500
Merchants stake (4 yr.). .. 1,000
3 year old pacers 500
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Tlie following urn authorized Agents ter
The 1'uut.ic Ledeeii In their respective local
Mnranbuty Matthew lletlman.
Helena Hubert H. Cord.
Minerva Frank W. Hawcs.
SanU. O. QriKSby.
Orauechuru C. H. Hess.
Svriiwlale C. C Oegnian.
Mawllck Charles Wheeler.
Vanttburg Mrs. Jennie Stewart.
JUt. Carmcl Kelly & Foxwerthj'.
Hiidiiefa Loander Tully.
IVfi-.leeph W. Williams.
Subscribers will sue the treuble or letter
writing by paying tlielr subscriptions te tlic
Agent at their place
This place will be represented nt the
Our public school will begin Septem
Farmers are much down in the mouth
because, their tobacco is tiring.
The musical concert at Salem by the
Beers blind boys did net succeed tinan
cialiy well for the blind. These boys
get nil the proceeds here at the concert
a few weeks since, and no questions asked
about expense or paying some one's debts.
He llitl Net Dit of Heart DNease as Was
A different account of the death of
millionaire .Inbez A. Destwick, who at
one time was in charge of the Standard
Oil Company's business in Kentucky, is
given by The New Yerk World. It says
Jabez A. Hestwick, one of the original
members of the Standard Oil Trust and
well-known financier nnd railroad man,
died suddenly during a tire at his country
Leme in Mamaroneck en last Tuesday
night At first his death was attributed
te heart trouble brought en by excite
ment It is new, however, admitted
that Mr Hestwick's death was the
result of an internal hemorrhage caused
by being jammed between the side of his
stable and a coach.
When the tire broke out, Mr Hestwick.
In his t evidence net mere thun 100 feet
distant, was preparim; te retire A ser
vant told him of the lire. Mr. Hestwick,
rebing himself, ran te the barn. He
found Coachman William Hickford,
Harry Hickford, his son, and Patrick
Kelly, the groom, all of whom had
qututcrs in the carriage house, having the
carriages Frederick'I'ewers and Patrick
Connelly, neighbor.-, had let out the i
horses iii safety
As the cottage of Mr Constable's gar
dener caught tire, Mr. Hestwick told the
dremeu te try te save it, while lie helped
te bring out his property. Unknown te
Leacliman Hickford, Mr. isestwlcu seized
the whillletrees of a carriage. Hickford
was pushing at the rear Suddenly the
vehicle, which had been run out of the
building swerved, and Mr. Heswick was
violently jammed apiinst the side of the
stable. Instantly Hickford saw the aged
man's peril and paused. The carriage
rolled backwurd and Mr. Hestwick reeled
forward. His face was white with pain.
Herace L Ilntchkiss and Clement Gould
came te Mr. Heswick's aid. They were
his neighbors and half an hour before
they had been playing billiards together
"With their aid Mr. Heswick was half led,
half carried te the house. On the kitchen
piazza he fell gasping te the Meer, his
face distetted with agony, lie was lifted
te h lounge. There he became uncon
scious. Within ten minutes the million
aire died, while the tlames were crackiing
and the firemen were lighting the tire.
His life had been literally crushed out.
Of the President of the Chesapeake and
Ohie Hallway Company.
The annaul report for the year ending
June 30th. 1802 of M. E Ingalls, Presi
dent of the Chesapeake and Ohie Hail
way, presents some remarkable statistics.
The Company was re organized in the
fall of 18t)9. the year previous te which
it earned $1,500,000: last year it earned
ever $0,000,000. Net only was there
an increase in passenger earnings, but
also in the rate per mile, while ft eight
traffic increased with very nearly the
same rate per mile Te meet the de
mand of the heavy expert traffic, new
freight nnd passenger piers and increased
yards have been completed at Newpett
xfews. Forty miles of double track ever
the mountains new nearing completion
will be increased te seventy miles during
the next year. New branch lines te valu
able coal fields completed within the past
year and ethers very nearly completed,
will give increased traffic of that class.
The main line is laid with 75 pound steel,
stone ballasted, and together with the
.rolling stock greatly augmented during
the past year, is in the finest condition.
With all these increased facilities the cost
of hauling traffic will be greatly reduced.
Fer the first time in its history the Chesa
peake and Ohie seems te have reached a
dividend producing period By the con
version of proferred stocks into 41 per
cent, geld bearing bends, a scheme which
was approved by the stockholders with
creat unanimity. There is a fixed income
from these holdings, while by the scheme
common stock is placed nearer a divi
Marrlril At lirnvtr,
, Married, at the residence of E. M.
Hattis, the officiating Minister, en Thurs
day, Aucuest 18th, Fred Williams of Den
yer te Miss Tillie Eitel of Maysville. Ky.
This brief announcement in 'The Den
ttr Jltpubllcan will be read with interest
by many Maysvllle people.
The bride. Mhjfl Matilda Kit el has many
warm friends in this city where she spent
all of her early life, oho is the eldest
daughter of Mrs. Mntilda .Eitel and a sis
ter of Messrs. Geerge nnd'Jebn Eitcl of
The groom is proprietor of arestausant
iii Denver, ''
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1 (J KSUll yC the hemltnu of "IMi
;l(! iitaJ." "Situations
M'iiiiIwI," " l.e't," " Found," Ac, of an accepta
ble naturr, and net te exceui three line, iui thi
jxiye, (ire FIIHE te all.
J.WAi) Hutltif Atlcrrtltcmcnttintatal tilth'
AniiMuMiifl In come the flnt time, hc Invite
(i manu repetition a arr nccciirii te fcciuc
uhat you advertise for. We uMi the advertiser
te feel that then arc net Imfhitlng en im Ini unlny
our free column?.
Advrttt'cmcnt can be left at mtr elic or ecu!
through the mall te
TUB 1'UUUC LKDOEli CO.Wi'.l.vr,
Se. 10 K. ThlnlStiect.
1710 It SAI.H A fresh Cew and her calf. Ap
' ply te JOHN S.MAI.!.. Aberdeen, or 110
Market street. Miiysvllle. Ky.
7ANTKD Mnn te take euro fit otllee and
de iiouewerk. Apply at till eltlce.
7ANTKD-Te let the contract ler bulldlnjr
addition te schoellM)iie. Apply te
TKUSTKKS I'LMU.ICSCHOOli. Hectervllle. Ky
WANTKO-SlttiHtlen by n jeunir. single
num. Will de im tlilmr. Ilu e had ex
perience u clerk In u Kuicrnl store. Apply at
WANTED An experienced temiile nure
linmedhttely. Apply te UK. S. PANG
Hl'llN. "WANTKD-.My Irlends mid the public te
knew that I am lieie te de their uerk,
and net te INteii'te any talc that are told, but
come and see me. O. G. IiAYTON.
7ANTED-The ladles te call and see the
latest and nebbiest thlncs In 1'nll Mllll Mllll
nery. ANNA M. KHAZAlf. Aircnt.
7ANTED-A teacher for the school In DIs-
t trlct Ne. 80. Gentleman preterred.
Apply te G. N. HAHDING, 1 O. address
"WANTED Tlie people te knew-that Ml
Elizabeth I Vllen will open a Night
Scheel en the tlrs-t Monday In September.
Fer term and lull particulars apply te the
above at IU East Second street. Mnvllle. Ky.
7ANTED-Ladles te knew that Mr. Jehn
Hill Wettrrjinir en a Drcumklntr es
tablishment at Miss Anna Krtiznr's, and would
be triad te have them cull.
7ANTED Geed second-hand tiwuiutr Ht
once. Aiiuress wu,l.IAM Hi'ilST, city
ITIOH SAI.E-A span of Ne. 1 aired Mules.
Alse ene -addle nnd harness Hore com
blued. CHAHI.ES llltA.MEL. Ma slick. Ky.
FOU SALE-A set of tlrt-cl.is carpenter's
Toels unil two lartre Teel chet. G. N.
CrawlerdN blacksmith shop.
IriOK SALE A Furniture natren. Apply te
J or address I.EANDElt TULhV, Auiriista,
17IOH SALE-A Hand Made Heek Case. Can
X' be seen at W Eat Third street. J. V.
J 110 11 SALE-liiilldliur let en Grunt stieet.
- Apply te J. T. CAHNAHAN.
"1 OST lletwcen Daulton' irrm eri- uml
J-t Pluinvlllc, en the Hurtonvllle pike, a pair
of rubber Ne:0-glae. Finder please leave
m mis enici
IOST-Postetlico Key with short chain at
J filched. Please return te HEV. C. HIF
FLK. JOST Iletwcen my residence en West Sec--i
end street and tlie LlmeMone Fleur Mill
en Second, Hrldge or Third streets, a pair et
Nne-glHcs. HVHON HUDV.
LOST A Hunch or Keys. Finder please
Icave at A. WEIAND'S.
T OST Palret Spectacles, made by Shreurd
J- A. Kiisper, Chicago. Please return te
plOCND A deer Key. Owner can have
rM.iuu U) VUI1III( ni II1IB IIIIJUU.
EAILHO AD SCHEDULE.
CINCINATI DIVISION CIIKHAl'E XKK AMI OHIO
(Ne.i... ft 40 n.
Ne, at. T.) p,
Ne. 18... .A 't p.
Ne. 4 ... . te p.
Ne. 1 ... 2r.
Ne. 11. V4iln,
Ne. 17 10 15 a.
Ne. i ., ASt p.
Add twenty-six minutes te get cltv time
Ne. 1H and Si) nre the Maj svllle accommoda
tion, and Ne. 17 nnd 18 the Huntington accom
modation. Nns. 1 and 2 nre tlie last express
and Ne. 3 and 4 the F. F. V.
Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) is a solid train with through
dining car nnd Pullman sleepers te Washing
ton, Haltlmore, Philadelphia and New Yerk.
Through Pullman sleeper te Hlchmeml, Va
and Old Point Comfert. Ne. 2 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.
I.enves Maysvllle nt
5:30 n. m. for Paris, Lex-
mend. Stanford. I.lv.
Ingston, Jelllce, Mlddlesboreugh, Cumberland
Gap, Frankfort. Louisville and points en N.
N. and M. V Enstern Division.
Leaves Maysvllle at 1:45 p. in. for Paris. Cin
cinnati. Lexington, Winchester, Hlchinend
and points en N. N. and M. V Eastern Dlls
Arrive at Majsvllle at 10.00 a. in. and 8:4.1
All trains daily except Sunday.
Add twenty-six minutes te get city tlme.
WIIKCT KOL'TE WKST
T7ie Ohie nnd Mllmlp.
Is the short line be
tween Cincinnati and
St. Leuis, and all of its
trnlns run through aellil
te St. Leuis. Ne tronsferrlng of baggage or
of passengers who tfiivel en e. and M. trains.
Less than ten hours is our tlme te St. Leuis,
whero our trains inake connection In the
Union Depot with trains of all lines for the
West, Southwest and Northwest,
The Ohie and Mississippi Hallway is the di
rect and fast line te Loulavllle.
The Ohie and Mississippi Hallway gives spe
cial attention te colonists going West, either
single or In parties. Our agents nre pre
pared nt nil times te furnish Information ns te
rates nnd routes te (mints West, mid when
passengers are ready te stRrt will secure their
tickets at lowest rates nnd attend te check
ing baggage through te destination.
Fer tickets via O. and M. Hullway nnd
further Information call en agents of connect
ing Knet or address C. W. I'AMIS,
Central Psssenger Agent O. and M. Hall
way, 1 West Fourth Btroet, Cincinnati, O.
i-U. $4,K:...'- 'y,ki:: .
I' OST A Lady's Geld Watch Sunday be--I
tween Wells's stnble and Hrldge street,
with the ineiiagritm J. M. engraved thereen.
Het urn te this otllee nnd receive row ard.
Liberal premiums for Harness, Read, Saddle
The premium list in the Floral Hall has been
grows and that ladies
Fare en the C. and
The world's champion one year old pacer Fausta, 2:22 y2) will be in
The world's champion one year old trotter Freu Freu, 2:25, will
These colts positively will be here.
Ladies and children free first day. Sec programs.
JAMES W. FITZGERALD, Secretary.
Hen. A. E.Cele, Judtre Maysville
J. II. Sallee, Comuieuw ealth Att'y Maysville
licit D. Parry, Clerk Majsvllle
Allan D. Cele, MatorCemmlsloner Majsvllle
Mnen-At Maysville, Tuesday alter the sec
ond Monday in January, April, July and Octo
ber. Fleming At KleinliiKsburir, third Monday In
May and November.
Greenup At Greenup, fourth Monday In
February and August.
Lewls At Vanceburg second Monday In
June nnd December.
Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday after third
Monday In September and leurth Monday iu
MASON COt'NTY COUIIT.
M(tt Second Mundau In Each Meuth.
The. It. Phlter, Presiding Judge Maysvllle
Charles D. Newell, County Attorney Muisvllle
T. M. Pearce. Clerk
Jehn W. Alexander, Sherlir
.1. C. Jetterson I nnniitii. i
Sam P. PerinefUL'mtlcs1 .
Hebert C. Kirk. Jailer
Jehn D. Hec, Corener
Jehn C. E erett. Assessor .
G. W. Illattermau. Scheel Sue't
Quarterly Court meets Tuedny niter the
second Monday In March. June. September
ana December, and has civil jurMlctlen te i
the amount ei t.iv.
Majsvllle Ne. 1. Jehn L.Grant, Magistrate,
held court the tlrst Tuesday In each month.
Jacob Miller. Magistrate, held court the
fourth Tueday In each month. Win. II. Daw Daw
Majsvllle Ne. 2. T. J. Pickett, Magistrate
holds court the tlrst Sntuiday In each mouth.
William Pepper. Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Saturday iu each month. J. II. McNutt,
Dever Jame Earnshaw and Frank Luns
lord. Magistrates, held courts en the tlrst and
third Wednesdays In March, June, September
anil uecemner. jenn uunj-en, uousineie.
Minerva O. N. Weaver and Je-eph M. Hyar.
Magistrates, held courts en the tlrst and third
Thursdays in March. June, September and
December. William E. King, Constable.
Gcruiiintewn Leslie H.Manncn and Win. L.
Woodward, Magistrates, held courts en the
tlrst Friday and third Saturday In March,
June. September nnd December. William
Sardl J. M. nail and James 11. Grigsbj-.
Magistrate, held courts en the second and
fourth Saturdays In March, June. September
and December. A. J. Suit. Constable.
Mnysllck Charles W. Williams and .1. D.
Haymend,Magltrates, held court en the sec
ond and leurth Fridays In March, June, Sep
tember and December. James It. Hobersen,
Lewiburg Isaac L. Mcllvaln and Jeseph
M. Alexander, Magistrates, held courts en the
second and leurth Thursdays In March, June,
September nnd December. S. M. Strode, Con
stable. Orangeburg M. D. Farrew and Lewi M.
Cellls. Magistrates, held courts en the ttrst
Saturday and last Monday In March. June,
September and December. W. H. Corj'ell,
Washington Edward Helfryand Arthur F.
Weed. Magistrates, held courts en the fourth
Tuesdays and third Wednesdays in March,
June, September and December. Geerge C.
Murphysville Jehn E. Wells and W. W.
Worthington, Magistrates, held courts en the
fourth Mondays and third Thursdays In March,
June, September nnd December. H. T. Sut
Fern Leaf Satnuel E. Mastln and Powell II.
Owens, Magistrates, held courts en the second
and leurth Saturdays In March, June, Septem
ber and December. Charles Walllngferd, Con
stable. Helena William Luttrell and Jeseph W
Hateman, Magistrates, held courts en the sec
ond and leurth Wednesdays In March. June,
September and Decomber. James H. Farrew,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
First That Allen G rover. Calvert C. Arthur,
Edward F. iteration, Henry A. ltees, H. W.
Hees and William Mauley have beceme In
corporated by virtue el the previsions et the
General Statutes et Kentucky undcrthe name
of Shannen and Fermat! Chapel Turnpike
Company, mid the principal place of transact
ing business Is at the resilience et Jehn II.
Ilerndeu, Est,, Masen county, Ky.
Second The nature et the business pro
posed te be transacted Is the construction,
maintenance and operation of a turnpike
read from thoSardisTurnpike ltead near the
forks of Shannen creek te Fleming county
line near Fermau's Clif.pel, a distance et
about two and a halt miles.
Third The 'capital stock of said corpora
tion is six thousand dollars, in shares of
twenty-tl ve dollars each, the private stock te be
paid in upon cnll of the Directors, and the
stock of Masen county In accordance with ro re ro
(lulremcutsof the order of the Court of Claims
of Masen enuntj
Fourth Said corporation shall cotnmeneo
business as seen us two thousand dollars Is
subscribed te the capital stock and shall con
tinue In existence titty years.
Fifth The ntfalrs ei the coreratlon are te
be conducted by a President and a Heard et
Directors, tlve In number, a Secretary and
Treasurer, all of whom are te be stockholders
In said corporation. The first set et otllcers
shall be Allen Grever, President: II. W. Hees,
Calvert C. Arthur, Edward F. Hernden. Wll
limn Mauley nnd Henry A. itces. Directors;
Edward F. Hernden, Secretary: H. W. Hees,
Treasurer, and they shall held their elllces
until the tlrst Monday In April, KM, and until
their successors are chosen and nualltled : and
every first Monday In April thereatter a Pres
ident and Heard of Directors shall be chosen
by the stockholders, mid a Secretary and
Treasurer by the President and Heard of Di
rectors te held for the ensuing year and until
their successors are nhosen and qualified.
Sixth The Indebtedness of said corpora
tion shall nt no tlme oxcecd the sum of tlVe
Seventh The private property et the stock
holders Is te be exempt from the corporate
debts of said corporation.
April 13th, IM.
EDWAHD F. HEHNDON,
HBNItr A. HEES,
II. W. HEES.
T.H.N. SMITH, DENTIST !
The latctt Lecal AntrtthcUcs for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Fer keeping your teeth and gurni In ardor
use Sapenin, best teeth wash known te the
world. Otllee, Second street.
0. and K. 0. and Big Sandy steamers, one fare
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BALLBNGEE Diamonds I
S. S SAVAGE, President.
TiettinL'. Running anil Pacini,' Rnces each day. Emit, Floral anil Vegetable
Displays, Fine Peultiy Exhibit. Amusements of nil kinds. Excursion rates en nil
railroads entering the city. Fer Premium List and Printed Mntter, address
I P. J. MURPHY,
SUCCKWUR TO HOPPKll A MUKl'HY.
Ha a Larr Daily Circulation than anu ether
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The Auurttvi Ilcpubllcan Journal of the Me
tropolis A Stiifjiapcrferthc Mar.
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Circulation Over 100,000 Copies Daily.
The PitKssls the organ of no faction; pulls
no wires; has no animosities te avenge.
The Met Remarkable A'cunjxipcr Snccrnn in
Sew Yerk, The Pret U a national Succc,
Cheap new's, vulgar sonsatletiB and trash
tlnd no place In the celun.ns of The Phess.
The Puess has the brlghest Editorial page
In New Yerk. It sparkles with points.
The Pur.HH Hunday edition Is a splendid
twenty page paper, covering every urreut
topic of Interest.
The Pkkss Weekly Edition contains all the
geed things of the Dally and Sunday editions.
Fer theso who cannot afford the Dally or are
prevented by dlstance from early receiving It,
the Weekly Is a splendld substitute.
A an AdvcrtUtnu Medium The Pre ha no
Superior in Sew Yerk.
Within the reach of nil. The llt and Cheapest
Siwpapcr In America.
Dally nnd Sunilaj-, ene year, t S 10
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Send for Tiik Piiess Circular. ,
Humpies free. Agents wanted e cry where.
THE PBESS, 8B Park Bew, NeiY Yerk.
JOn P1UNT1NQ neatlyand oulekly executed
at The Public Ledger Jeb Itoem.
and Draft Horses. ' -
almost doubled a premium for everything that
M. II. HOUSTON, Secretary,
21st, 22d and 23d.
N. DAVIS, Sec'y, Ashland.
Repairing of all Kinds
Te Article One of Articles Incorperit"
tinp; tin Oiikwoert Distillery Ce.
Autici.k teamcml Article I of Articles et In
corporation of Oakwood Dlstlllery Cempanj,
of Maysvllle, Masen county, Kentuck), re
corded In Deed Heek Ne. IU, page 443. .
Ilu It known te all whom it may concern,
that at a meetlng or the stockholders et the
Oakwood Distillerr Cempanj. Maysville,
held at Its olllce In Maysvllle, Kentucky,
Friday, June 3d, W1, It was agreed
that the corperato name et said company
be changed from Oakwood Dlstlllery Com
pany te Poyntz Urothers Company, and
that horeatter the buslness of said corpora
tion be conducted under the corperato name
of Poyntz Urothers Cempanj'. And It was
further agreed at said meeting that Hen U.
Poyntz, Secretary and Treasurer of said
Oakwood Dlstlllery Company.be and he was au
thorized te make proper acknowledgment of
said change of name before the Clene of Ma Ma
eon County Court, and cause same te be pub
lished and recorded us required by law.
HEN II. POYNTZ.
.Sec unil Trea.ef Uakwoed DMIlleru Ce.
State ok Kentucky, I .,,
Masen County. S '
I, T. M. Pearee, Clerk of the County Court
for the county and state aforesaid, de certify
that the foregoing Instrument of writing was
this day produced te me In said county and
acknowledged bofero me by Hen II. Poyntz, a
a party thoreto, te be tils act and deed, and
ledged for record, whoreupon the same, to
gether with this certificate, hath been duly
admitted te record In my olllce.
(liven under my hand this 3d day of June,
1SW. T. M. PEAHCE. Clerk,
lly J. C. Leyel. D. C.
Cincinnati, Portsmouth, Hip; Sandy and
Pome.rey Packet Ceinpiiny.
The splendld beats of this line, running be
tween Cincinnati, Portsmouth. I ronten Hunt
ington, Qalllpells and Pomorey, pats Mays Mays
vlleo as follews:
Pomorey Packets llostena. Telegraph and
City or Madisen pass Maysvllle either way nt
1 o'clock a. m,
Henania up dally for Vancubtiiv at 8 a. m.,
returning for Clnclnnntl, passes Maysvllle
dally, oxcent Hunday, at -' p. in.
Fer freight or pawsye apply le
for the round trip.
be in Saturday's race.
P. PARKER, President.
E. E. Pearce. Jr
City Clerk... . . ..
Collector and Treasuier..
Weed and Ceal Inspector
Cltv Ph vsiclan
Martin A. O'Hare
H. A. Cochran, Jr
. ..William Davis
. . ..C.M.Phlster
. . .J.N. Kchoe
City Undertaker . .
. Q. A. Means A.' Sen
Mrs. Sarah E. Sapp
CITV council. '
Meet Flnt Tliurdau Evenlna in Each Menth.
William H. Cox. President.
Ft) ft Ward.
(I) W. H.Cex,
(II) Conard Hudy,
(-) M. F. ICehee,
(3) C. H. Pearce, Jr.
(1) E. W. Fitzgerald.
(3) II. It. Illerbewer,
J) L. C. Hatterman.
('-') Hebert Fleklln,
(J) H. L. Newell.
(1) Gee. C. Fleming
(3) J. I.Salisbury.
(11 Gee. Schroeder,
(-) Polk Hicks.
(3) Hufus Dryden.
The figures indicate the number of years
each Councilman has te serve trem January,
Confidence Ledge. Ne. 02 Meets nrst Mon Men
Jav night In each mouth.
Masen Ledge Ne. 34',' Meets second Monday
night In each mouth.
Majsvllle Chapter Ne. It Meets third Mon
day night in each month.
Maysvllle Ceiumaiidery Ne. 10- Mcetst'nurth
Monday night in each month.
DeKalb Ledge Ne. 12 Meets e. ery Tuesdaj
nlght. ttlnggeld Ledge Ne. 27 Meets every Wednes
Plgah Encampment Ne. 0 Meets second
nnd fourth Mendajs In every mouth.
Canten Maysvllle Ne. 2 Meets third Monday
night In each month.
Friendship Ledge Ne. 42, D. of H. -Meets
tlrst Monday night In each month.
KNIOHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Limestone Ledge Ne. 30 Meets every Friday
Maysville Division Ne. 0, C. It. Meets tlrst
Tuesday In every mouth. '
P. e, s. A.
Washington Camp Ne. 3 Meets c ery Thurs-daj-
e. a. it.
Jeseph Helser Pest Ne. 13 Meets tlrst and
third Saturdays in each month.
M. C. Hutchlns Cauiu Ne. 2. 3. of V. Meets
every Wednesday evening.
Weman's Hcllef Cerps Meets second and
leurth Saturdays in each mouth.
k. or ii.
Majsvllle Ledgo Ne. 2mB. Meets tlrst and
third Tuesdays In each month.
St. Patrick's Heuevelent Seciety Meets
every second Sunday.
Sodality of the U. V. M. Meets overy Sun
day. Father Mathew Total Abstinence Society
Meets tlrst Sunday In each month.
Ancient Order of Hibernians Meets third
Sunday In each month.
Knights of St. Jehn Meets every Tuesday
German Hellef Society Meets tlrst Monday
night in each mouth.
Acacia Ledgo Ne. 24, K. A. M. Meets second
Wednesdaj night In each month,
Mt. Hormen Chapter Ne. 8, It. A. M. Meets
second Friday In each month.
Palest I no Cammandery Ne. 6, K. T. Meets
leurth Friday In each mouth,
e. u. e. e. r.
Maysville Star Ledgo Ne. 1IU8. Meets first
and third Friday night In each month. '
Household et Huth Ne. 37. Meets second
Thursday night In each month.
nAUOHTEItS OF TUB TAHKKNACLK.
Conge HlvorTabernacle Ne. bO. Meets tlrst
Thursday In each month.
IIAUOHTKItS OF THE OOOI) SAMAIIITA.V.
Evans Ledgo Ne. 0. Meets tlrst Wednesday
night In each month.
v. n. r.
Geed Will Ledgo Ne. 4fl. Meets tlrst Satur
day and third Wednesday night In each month.
Yeung's Tomple Ne. 44. Meets tlrst Monday
night In each month.
e. a. it.
McKlnnevan Pest Ne. ltkl. Meets fourth Sat
urday night in each month.
Weman's Hellef Cerps Ne. 2&, Meets first
Tuesday In each month.
Netice of Incorporation of Maysville
1. Netice Is hereby given that Jehn T. Flora Flera
lug, J. C. Pecer, T. H. N. Smith, Ernle Whlte,
D. Hechlnger, Cloen O. Owens, J, A, Iteed,
Themas It. Phlster, W. W. Hall and M, J. Mc
Carthy have fermed a corporation named
Maysvllle Sanitarium Company, In accordance
with the previsions of Chapter M, Gcneral
2. The principal place or business Is Mays
ville, Masen county, Kent tick j ,
3. The business or the corporation Is te es
tablish and maintain an institute at Maysvllle
for the eure or the liquor,- tobaeco and inor iner inor
4. The capital stock Is ten thousand dollars,
divided Inte shares of ten dollars each, te be
paid for In meney or ether property as may be
agreed upon, te be paid In en call or Directors.
ft. The corporation begins May th, 1892, and
Is te continue for twonty-flve years.
II. The business or the company shall be
managed by a Heard or flve Directors, who
shall be elected annually by the stockholders
and who shall bold olllce for ene year and
until their successors me cleeted and qual
tied. The Directors shall from their numuei
elect a President and Vlco-Presldeut, and
from their number or the stockholders, a Sec
rotary and Treasurer.
7. The highest amount of Indebtedness or
liability te whleh the corporation 1 te sub
ject HteU Is two thousand dollars.
b. The prlvate preperty or the stockholders
Is te lie exempt from the corporate debts.
JOHN T. FLKM1NG. President.
Attest: Tnes. tt, Phihtkh, See nd Tres,