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A SAFE AND PROFITABLE INVESTMENT!
Is the Masen County Building and Saving Association.
The Thirteenth Series Will Open Next Saturday, September the 3d.
TAKE STOCK AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. APPLY TO
M. C RUSSELL, Secretary,
Or R. K, HOEFLICH, Treasurer.
Iren braces has been thrown, from which
hugh iron bars depend, JlieUUug a long Iren
bridge In suspension, that clings te thu face
of the clltf, and runs, net across, but nr
allel with the oeurso of the river. Ttae oj-e
can scarcely comprehend the stupendous
height of the perpendicular cliffs whose
summits pierce the heavens half n uille nbove
our heads. CZ2 M
After beholding the Ileyal Gorge the trav
eler has a superlative comparison for all that
la wonderful and 'grand In nature. He has
Beeu something which he can never forget,
and of the many marvels of this marvelous
Journey the greatest of them all, the crown
ing glory, Is the lteyal Gerge. .C3 )tf.KMM
Noen rinds us at Colerado Springs te nr
range for a night and n day's sojourn, end
seen after we once mere visit beautiful Mani Mani
teu te muke the
ascent op tike's pkak.
The rlde up Plke's Peak en the Cog Wheel
Hallway was a fitting climax te the wonders of
this cventlul tour. The building of this read
is ene of the most audacious feats of engi
neering. The exact length of the read Is 40,
1)93 feet, and the nverage elevation overcome
844.3 feet te the mile, making an average
grade of 1(1 per cent. The maximum grade is
25 per cent, and the maximum degreoef cur
vature Is Id, or a curve with a radius of 359
Many are the Interesting points and scenes
along this wonderful line. Passing Inte the
canon, te the left, about a mlle abeve the
depot, are the Shady Springs. On cither side,
extending far and wlde.are grotesquely shaped
rocks and stones. Roeking down from their
ulevated position are the Gog and the Magog,
ee plainly vlslble from thohamlet below. New
we enter the Grand Pass where for 2,000 feet
the putting englne pushes up ene of the long
est and steepest Inclines en the whele grade.
Te trio right are Eche Falls, named from the
Eche Kecks above Passing the stupendous
Hanging Iteck en the right we ero seen at
Artist's Glen. Frem this point n mountain
trail leads te Crystal Park and Camcren'6
Cone, the tapering height of which can be
seen In the distance. On we continue te
climb; te the right are Sheltered Falls, roman
tically protected by ma6Slve bodies of low
bending, overhanging rocks. A little ways
further and we ceme Inte view of the beauti
ful Minnehaha Falls, ene of the prettiest
scenes en the read. A few minutes mero end
we reach the picturesquely situated Half
AVuy Heuse, where a few minutes step Is
made. Soen again our Journey Is continued.
Up through the ragged, narrow walls of Hell
Oate we go and enter the verdant Huxten
Park. Here for two end ono-feurth miles n
comparatively level stretch Is te be seen, cov
ered by beautiful groves of pine and aspen.
In the distance the smooth round head of
Ha!d Mountain elevates itself. Te our left Is
castle shaped Sheep Heck, whlle Just beyond
is Lien's Gulch, where we get the first grand
view or the majestic and imposing proportions
of historical old Pike's Peak, the father of
A steeper Incltne Is seen befere us. New
we are at Tlmber Line, 11,678 feet above the
level of the sea. A sharp turn is made and we
have paeed Windy Point and are fast climb
ing Inte the Saddle. Frem this point a superb
view of Manlteu and the Garden of the Gods,
farbolew, maybe had; but we must net linger
here. Seven thousand flve hundred feet mero
and we have reach cd the upper terminal, and
the old Government Signal Station en the
long talked of summit of hardy old Pike's
Hare, Indeed, would be tbe art that could
plcture te the soul, unaided by the sense of
Right, the unapproachable magnificence and
magnitude of the view thnt new greets the
bewlldered oyel 'Tls net within the power of
this lowly pen te describe the grandeur and
sublimity of the scene.
Te the North and Seuth and In the direction
of the rising sun, here and there dotted by the
peaceful home of the ranchman, the Hutfale
Plains of Colerado stretch out In monotonous
regularity, till, In the obscure dlstance, tbe
azure blue of the horizon meets and relieves
the lingering eye. Te the West, end en either
sfde, are hundreds and hundreds of snow man
tled summits, the lefty peaks of which pierce,
the vaulted heavens In cruelly Jagged lines.
Hidden In thelr musslve forms, deeply burled
from the sight of man nre untold rlches of
geld and stiver. Abeve is boundless space.
Uelew the busy world. On all sides are the
unalterable and unlmpcachable Indications of
an Infinite Power, and yet thore are these
who In the obstinacy and blindness of their
ingratitude, glory In the denial of a Supreme
The altitude Is 14,147 feet nbove the sea, and
Is the highest point in the world reached by a
railway. Tbe sensations that affect the aver
age tourist are varied and peculiar, owing te
the changed atmospherlo conditions. Having
made the ascent, I would net part with the
experience for any rcasonable sum If that
wcre possible; but were I te llve at Its base
for a generation, I don't think I would care te
repeat the trip. Howevor, I ndvlse every ene
whose heart Is net affected te make a Journey
te the summit of the grand old peak.
And new, after having read what has been
written, I fully realize hew Impotent the ef
fort te convey anything llke an impression or
the awful grandeur of the scenes through
Which the Maysville Pilgrims passed. One
may see the things of which I have spoken,
and appreciate thelr surpassing beauty, but
pencil of painter or pen or poet or words of
raan aqe powerless te transmit the knew Icdge
Leaving Colerado Springs Wednesday after after after
noenvla the iteck Island route, a thousand theusand thousand
mlle run through Colerado, Kansas, Nebraska,
Iowa and Illinois brought us te Chicago Fri
day nftorueon, eight hours Inte and out of
humor with the mjsorable mismanagement of
Oe Reck Island, the only read against which a
Jnt complaint could be ledged during the en
tire trip. The celebrated Pennsylvania Line
carried us te Cincinnati Sunduy.and that after
noon our own C. and O. landed us at home
after an ubsconce of two woeks and thrce
days, during which We compassed the follow fellow
Maysville te Cincinnati , .... 84
.Cincinnati te St. Leuis ,... 311
Tit. Leuis te Kansas City 277
jumm City te Deurer 7W
Denrer te Suit Lake City, . ..... 710
Salt Lake City te Grand Junction. 231
Grand Junction te Selldu ., 203
Sellda te Manlteu.. 155
Manlteu te Chicago 1,032
Chicago te Cincinnati... -V.'
Cincinnati te Maysville 04
It was adcllgtful trip and a delightful com
pany, and memory will linger pleasantly en Its
events In the years that are te come.
Captain Hepkins was a hustler.
Everybody Is going te llosten with the Maj s
"The Pope" was all that fancy could have
Laltue Themas's faverite "Irrlgeut" was
Manlteu water taken straight.
There were no tiles en the Catlettsburg dele
gat'in. Wat Andrews kept them eif.
Fei a geed quiet but earnest gentleman,
Billy McKee wen his way te the front.
The Brownings Lee, Ed and Lud com
posed the trio that was always te be depended
Irrigation was a been te our Pilgrims as
well as te the pioneers of the waste places In
Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Stone and their son
Jltnmlc of Richmond were among the most
agreeable members of our excursion party.
In connection with this narrative no wish
te state that the address of W. Laltue Themas,
Deputy Grand Master, is Maysville, Ky., and
What would we have done without the
Twins? Captain O. C. Kubach of Stone Cliff,
W. Va and W. C. Miner of this city were the
llfe of the party.
Marlen Duncan of Hcnderseu wen the hearts
of our boys. He Is a gentleman of the old
school, and premises te go with the Maysville
contingent te Bosten.
Messrs. Klncald, Peyton and Everett dallied
tee long with supper nt Salt Lake, and
didn't catch up with the main party till It
reached Colerado Springs.
Between the Black Canen and Gunnison
Colonel Izaak Walten Owens was presented
with a mountain trout, which he at ence pro
nounced a "beaut" and proceeded te set 'era
Uebert L. Stockton, formerly of Maysville,
made tbe boys feel quite at home during
their stay in Denver. Everybody knows Beb,
and he knows everybody In the beautiful
Frank Whltakcr. formerly of Fleraingsburg
end a nephew of Judge and Nelsen Whltakcr
of this city, holds a responsible position In
Wolf Lendener's Immense grocery house In
If the earth were a Jack-pet and I were go
lug te open it, I wouldn't want abetter pair te
draw te than Geerge T. Gunnlp of the Santa
Fe and Tem Gurrlgan of the O. and M. Hall
ways. Will C. Miner, as Eminent Cemmander en
Ma svllle Day, was the right man in the right
place. The visitors at Maysville Headquarters
were welcomed with true Kentucky hos
pitality. Will B. Irwin, the Pullman Conductor was
remembered with a gtild headed cane, as he
deserved te be. He proved himself a most
courteous gentleman, and wen the praises
from every Pilgrim.
At Denver Messrs. Geerge T. Gunnlp of the
Santa Fe and Themas A. Garrlgan of the O.
and M. were presented with geld headed
canes, as a slight token of theesteem in which
they wcre held by the Pilgrims.
Tills narratlve would have been published
sooner, but the writer was waiting for a copy
of Majer Witt's speech delivered at California
headquarters. It Is te be regretted that we
were forced te go te press without It.
M and Mrs. E. A. itoblnsen, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Damren, Mr.
and Mrs. Themas A. Garrlgan separated from
the party at Colerado Springs and took up thelr
Journey te California and the Yellowstone.
Maysville Is entitled te rojelco because of
the distinction attained In Masonic circles.
Our fellow-citizen Warren Laltue Themas
holds the next highest Masonic otllce in the
world, and nt Bosten In 1895 he will be elevated
te first place.
W. Laltue Themas and L. C. Blattcrman,
who remained in Denver till the close of the
Grand Encampment, Joined our Pilgrims at
Grand Junction en their return from Utah,
and added much te the pleasure of the home
It was a phenomenal record that Maysville
Denver Club made. In a railroad run of mero
than four thousand miles no ene was 111, net
ene of the party was hurt, nor was thore a
slngle disagreement of any sort. All was
harmony and pleasure.
It Isn't often that ene's health is drank
fifteen hundred miles from home and ever
fourteen thousand feet In the air; yet a party
of Maysville Pilgrims took a " swig" te the
health, prosperity and long llfe of Tuce Lamb
den en the summit of Plke's Peak.
Here's a nut for our doubting Themas: E.
11. Martin, who went from Mlllersburg te
Colerado se me years age, rede a herse at Den
ver whose hind shoes were of solid geld, value
1 3,800, and the front ones of silver, worth 200,
Mr. Martin Is a cousin or Mrs. Hugh Diet
bower and of E. II. Martin of Maysville.
James Burns, an cx-Maysyllle boy, is in
chnrge of the Advertising Department of
pie Denver IteputiUcan, the leading nowspa newspa nowspa
per of Colerado and the Hecky Mountain re
gion. It will be gratifying te his relatives
and frlends In this city te knew that he Is
achelvlng the success which true merlt Is sure
te win. The Maysville party Is Indobted te
bltn for repeated courtesies.
It was an Impulsively onthuslastle French
lady who approached one of our Shrlners,
tipped his modest tiger-claw cmbfem and re
marked, "Ah, z6 von Frcomasen." Espying
another Sen of the Desert who were a badge
as big as a coal scuttle, the daughter of
France occestod him and fairly shrieked, "Ah,
zls is von e-r-rt-n-d Freo-mal-zen," with a, forty-eon
accent oe the "grand," and an Indo Inde Indo
scriuable "quoue" te the "mal-zen."
Judge and Mrs. Lewis Appcrsen of Mt.
Sterling were accompanied by Mrs. N. II.
Trimble, who was one of the most pleasant
members of our party. She had traveled
extensively In Europe, but confessed te the
grandeur of the scenery among the lleckles.
Hen Jehn D. Fleming, formerly of Ellzavllle,
is United States District Attorney for Colo Cole
rado, and Captain lthedes, also of Ellzavllle,
Is his nble Assistant. These gentlemen wcre
especially attcntlve te the Maysville Pilgrims,
and the writer greatly regrets that early de de
parture from the cltr prevented the accept
ance of nn Invitation te luncheon with Mr.
Fleming at the University Club.
We are authorized te announce J. C. JEF
FEHSON as the Democratic candldate ler
Sheriff of Masen county at the election te be
held Tuesday. November bth, 1802.
"Ts fflinnirisil AdVCltlumcnUutuUr
1 O Until (JG! the hautlnii of " Ud
-H-,ir.t " lim,iii.
Wanted," " Lt," " Found," tic, of an accepta
ble nature, and net te cjrcccd three Una, en this
jxigc, are FREE te all.
iSff"Xe liwilnui Advtrthtmcntt iiuci ted uUh uUh
anticer fad te come thefiut time, uc invtte
an many rcpctttbnit at an ncccsiartl t secure
uhat ieu adi'citkcer. It'c wUh the adveittsen
te feci that then are net trnpustng en us lu twlny
our free column.
Advcrti'CmcnU can lie left at our office or tent
through the ma U te
THE PUBLIC LEDQEll COiWAKY,
Se. 10 E.Ttdrd Street.
TX'ANTED Twe geed scrub women.
t t at tne uperu-nouse at once.
"7"ANTED A man with horse, wagon will
T be furnished face, te sell machines.
Apply at 117 Sutten street.
IriOlt SALE A fresh Cew and tier call. Ap
J ply te JOHN SMALL, Aberdeen, or 110
Market street, Maysville. Ky.
T7 ANTED Man te take care of otllce and
' de housework. Apply nt this elllce.
WANTED Te let the contract for building
addition te schoelbouse. Apply te
TUUSTEK3 PUBLIC SCHOOL. Itectervllle. Ky
WANTED Situation "J- n jeung, slngle
tnnn. Will de anything. Have had ex
perience as clerk in a general store. Apply at
WANTED An experienced female nurse
immediately. Apply te DH. S. PANG
WANTED My friends and the public te
knew that I am here te de their work,
and uet te listen te any talcs that are told, but
ceme and see me. O. G. LAYTON.
WANTED The ladles te call and see the
latest and nebbiest things In Fall MUM
ncry. ANNA M. FltAZAlt. Agent.
WANTED A teacher for the school In DIs-
t trlct Ne. 50. Gentleman preferred.
Apply te G. N. HAHDING, P. O. address
"W7ANTED-Tlie peeple te knew that Miss
V Elizabeth P. Wilsen will epen a Night
Scheel en the first Monday In Seutember.
Fer terms and full particulars apply te the
abeve at 114 East Second street. Mn) svllle. Kv.
WANTED-Ladles te knew that Mrs. Jehn
Hill Is carrying en n Dressmaking es
tablishment at Miss Anna Frazar's, and would
be glad te have tbera call.
7" ANTED Geed second-hand awning at
once. Address w illiam uuust, uty
FOB SALE OK THADE-A geed herse and
Jersey milch cow. 8. PANG BUUN. M.D.
ITIOB SALE-A span of Ne. aged Mules.
. Alse ene saddle end harness Herso com cem
blncd. CHAHLE3 BBAMEL. Maysllck. Ky.
FOB SALE-A 6et of first-class carpenter's
Toels and two large Teel chests. G. N.
Crawlerd'g blacksmith shop.
FOB SALE A Furniture Wagen. Apply te
or address LEANDElt TULLY, Augusta,
FOB SALE Building let en Grant street.
Apply te J. T. CABNAHAN.
LOST Last Thursday en the cars or In tbe
Amphitheater at the Fair Grounds, a
pair of Mether of Pearl Opera-glasses lit a
black kid case. Finder please leave at this
otllce and receive reward.
LOST Between Market street and the Opera
house, or In the Opcra-house, n red rib
bon sash, itcturn te this ollice and reeeHe
LOST On the read between Legan's Gap
and Sllekaway DrMge Lady's Geld King,
ttirer evn. RntHnc pnirrnvei! with n f.iulv'a
face, A reward will be given for the recoverr
of the same. S. PANGBCKN, M. D., Mays
LOST Geld Buokle and Watch Koy.betweon
C. and O. Depot and Central Hetel.
Finder will please return te Ledei.u ollice end
LOST Sunday evening en Second street
and Wells & Blgger's stable u ludy's geld
Watch with monogram J. A. M. A liberal ro re ro
wardfer leturn of same te this office.
LOST-Small Bay Herso about IS ears old.
Any Information will be thankfully ro re ro
celved by JOHN LITTLE. Maj svllle. Ky.
LOST A geld Neoklace with Turquoise
Heart attached. Ou Frent or Second
street between Wall and Market street, or en
8utten street. Ploase return te O. S. WOOD.
LOST Between Daulton's grocery and
Piumvllle, en the Burtenville pike, n pair
of rubber Nose-glasses. Finder nleuhe leave
nt this elllce.
LOST Pulref Spectacles, made by Shreurds
, ,,& Kasper. Chicago. Pleat-e return te
. H. JAN UABY.
TJIOUND A deer Key. Owner can have
A same by calling at this elllce.
will open Monday, Soiiterabor fith. with a full
corps of well quallfled and experienced teach
ors. ter full particulars apply te the Boml Beml Boml
nery, or the Principal,
J. S. HAYS.
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S. S. SAVAGE, President.
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$5,000 IN PREMIUMS$5,000
Trettini:. Running and Pacing Races eacli day Fruit, Floral and Vegetable
Displays. Fiue Pettltiy Exhibit. Amusements of nil kinds. Excursion rates en all
railroads entering the city. Fer Piemium List and Printed Matter, tuldrcss
L. N. DAYIS, Secy, Ashland.
P. J. MIEPHY
SUCCESSOR TO HOI'i'EU A. MUKPIIY.
CqUBT DIBBC'r OBY.
Hen. A. E. Cele, Judtfe Maysvllle
J. II. Sallee, Commonwealth Att'y. . Maysvllle
Hen D. Parry, Clerk Majsvllle
Allan D.Cele, Master Commissioner. Maysville
Maeon-At Maysvllle, Tuesday alter the sec
ond Monday In January, April, July and Octo
ber. Flcralmr At KlemlngsburB', third Monday In
May and November.
Greenup At Grcenup, fourth Monday in
February and AUKtist.
Lewis At Vtinceburif second Monday In
June and December.
Nicholas At Curllsle, Tuesday after third
Menduy In September and fourth Monday in
MASON COUNTY COCItT.
Meet Second Monday in Each Menth.
Thes. It. Phister, Presiding JudKe... Maysvllle
Charles D. Newell. County Attorney. Mnvsvllle
T. M. Poarce, Clerk Maj svllle
Jehn V. Alexander, Sheriff Maysvllle
J. C. Jeffersen I r,-,,..,, I Maysllck
SamP.Perlnef ue'"nl091 Maysville
HobertC. Kirk. Jailer Maysville
Jehn D Hee, Corener '..Maysville
Jehn C. Everett, Asosser Maysvllle
G. w. Iilatterman, Bolieoi sup't Maysville
(.Quarterly Court meets Tuesday nfter the
second Monday In March, June, September
ana December, and has civil Jurisdiction te
the amount el $'JU).
Majsvllle Ne. 1. Jehu L.Grant, Magistrate,
holds ceuit the first Tuesday In each mouth.
Jacob Miller, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Tuesduy In each mouth. Win, II. Daw Daw
Maysville Ne. !, T. J. Pickett, Muirlstnttu
holds court the llrst Saturday In each month.
William Pepper, Magistrate, holds court the
leurtli Saturday in each month. J. J). McNutt,
Dever James Earnshaw and Frank Luns
ford. Magistrates, held courts ou the first and
third Wednesdays In March, June, September
and December. Jehn Kunyen. Constables.
Mlnerva O. N. Weaver and Jeseph M. liyar,
Magistrates, held courts en the first and third
Thursdays In March. June, September and
December. William K. King, Constable.
Gcrmantewn I.cslle H.Manncn and Win. L.
Woodward, Magistrates, held courts ou the
llrst Friday and third Saturday In March,
June, September and December. William
Sardls J. M. Hall and James II. Grigsby,
Magistrates, held courts en the second and
fourth Saturdays In March, Juuc.September
and December. A. J. Suit. Constable
Maysllck-Charles W. Williams and J. D.
Raymond, Magistrates, held courts en the sec
ond and leurtli Fridays In March, June, Sep
temeor and December. James It. ltobcrseu,
Lcwlsburg Isaac L. Mellvaln aud Jeseph
M. Aloxander, Magistrates, held courts en tbe
second and fourth Thursdays In March, June,
Soptembcraud December. S, M.Strode, Con
stable, Orangeburg M. D. Farrew and Lewis M.
Cellls, Magistrates, held courts en tbe first
Saturday and last Monday In March. June,
September and December, W. II, Coryell,
Washington Edward Helfryund Arthur F.
Weed, Magistrates, held courts en the fourth
Tuesdays and third Wednesdays In March,
Juue, September and December, Geerge O.
Jlurphygville Jehn E. Wells and W. W.
Worthlngten, Magistrates, held courts en the
fourth Mondays and third Thursdays In March,
June, September and Decern tier. II. T. But But
Fern Leaf Samuel E. Mastin and Powell I).
Owens, Magistrates, held courts en the second
and fourth Saturdays In March, June, Soptern.
her and December. Chariet Walllngferd, Con
stable, Ilelena-Wllllam Luttrell and Jeseph XV
Ilttlnranti. Mairlitrates. held courts en the see-
end and fourth Wednesdays In Mareli. June,
September and Dpceuibcr. James it. Farrew,
M. II. HOUSTON, Secretary,
DAYH' . . .
21st, 22d and 23d.
Repairing of all Kinds
CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO.
fNe.i. 9,40 a. m
Ne. 2u 7:40 p. m
3 4 25 p. Ill
Add twenty-six minutes te get city time.
Nes. 19 and 30 nre the Maysvllle accommoda
tion, and Nes. IT aud IB the Huntington accom
modation. Nes. 1 and i are the last express
and Nes.3 and 4 the F. F. V.
Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) la a solid train with through
dining car and Pullman sleepers te Washing
ton, iialtlmore, Philadelphia and New Yerk.
Through Pullman sleeper te Htchuie-id, Va.,
and Old Point Comfert. Ne. 'J Is n solid train
with Pullman sleeper te Washington, making
all Eastern and Southeastern connections.
The accommodation trains are dally except
Sunday; the rest nre dally.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for points
West and Seuth.
Leaves Maysville at
fi :30 u. in. f or Paris, Lex
ington, Cincinnati, Rich
mond. Stanford. Liv
ingsten, Jollice, Mlddlcsboreugh, Cumberland
Gap, Frankfort, Louisville and points en N.
N. und M. V., Eastern Division.
Leaves Majsvllle at 1:45 p. in. ter Paris, Cin
cinnati. Loxlugten, Winchester, Klcnmend
and points en N. N. and M. V Eastern Divis
Arrive at Majsvllle at 10.00 a. m. and 8:45
All trains daily except Sunday.
Add twentj'-slx mlnutes te get city time.
DIUI.CT ItOUTK WEST
The Ohie and Wfesfcsfi)-
Is the short line be
tween Cincinnati uud
St. Leuis, and all of Its
trains run through solid
te St. Leuis. Ne transferring of baggage or
of passcugers who travel en O. and M. trains.
Less than ten hours is our time te St. Leuis,
where our trains make connection In the
Union Depot with trains et all Hues for the
West, Southwest and Northwest.
The Ohie and Mississippi Hallway Is the di
rect und fast line te LouIbvIUe.
The Ohie and Mississippi Hallway gives '8e
clal attention te colonists going West, either
slngle or In parties. Our agents nre pre
pared at all times te furnish Information as te
rates and routes te points Wrst, and wheu
passengers are ready te start w'il secure their
tlokets nt lowest rntes und attend te check
ing baggage through te destination.
Fer tlokets Ik O. and M. Hallway and
further Information call en agents of connect
ing lines or addrees C. W. PAHIS.
Central I'asscnger Agent O. and M. Hall
way, 48 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O.
Cincinnati, Portsmouth, Hip; Sandy and
Ponierey Packet Ceniimny.
Tbe splendid bouts of this line, running bo be
tweuu Cincinnati, Portsmouth, 1 ronten Hunt
ington, Oalllell9 und Peiueruj, puss Mays
vllle as follews:
Pomorey Packets Hnsteua. Telegraph and
City of Madisen pass Maysville either way at
1 o'clock e. in.
llenanza up dally for Vaucebtirg at 8 a. m.,
returning for Cincinnati, passes Maysville
eiuiy, oxcepi eunuay, at - p. m.
Fer freight or passage apply tn
U. l, fill
JOIl PRINTING neatly and quickly execu ted
at The Publle Ledger Je)) Hoems.
Wif Z. Eiut
K A Ctlf jll l NeMS t p.
bvttaKr I Ne. 1 e.S a.
Mayer ..,..., E, E.Pearce, Jr
City Clerk Martin A. O'Hare
Collector and Treasurer H. A. Cochran, Jr
Marshal...., James Hellln
Assessor s A.N. Huff
Weed nnd Ceal Inspector William Davis
Wharfmustcr , ...,C.M Phlster
City Prosecutor ...J.N.Koheo
City Physician Dr. C.C.Owens
City Undertaker Q. A. Mentis & Sen
Keeper Almshouse... Mrs. Surah E. Sapp
Meets Firet Tiiurfday Evcntng tn Each Menth.
William It. Oex, President.
(1) W. II. Cox.
(I!) Conard Hudy,
(1) J. C. Pecer.
-) M. F. Kehec,
(3) C. II. Pearce, Jr.
(1) E. W. FItzgoreld,
(2) II. H. Hlorbewer,
(3) L. C. Dattcrman.
(1) Thes. M. Weed.
(2) Rebert Flcklln,
(3) H. L. Newell.
(1) Gee. C. Fleratnj,
(2) H. T. Haulmnn,
(3) J. I. Salisbury.
(2) Polk Ulcks.
The figures Indicate the number of years
each Councilman has te sorve from January,
Confldenco Ledgo Ne. 12 Meets first Mon
day night in each month.
Musen Ledgo Ne. 342 Meets second Monday
night in each mouth.
Maysville Chanter Ne. 0 Meets third Mon
day night in each month.
Maysvllle Cemmatiderj Ne. 10- Meets fourth
Monday night In each month.
DcKnlb Ledgo Ne. 12 Meets every Tuesday
Hlnggeld Ledgo Ne. 27 Meets e very Wednes
PIspah Encnmpment Ne. P Meets second
and fourth Mendaj s In every month.
Canten Maysville Ne. 2 Meets third Monday
night in each month.
Friendship Ledge Ne. 42, D. of It. -Meets
first Monday night In each month.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Llmestone Ledgo Ne. 30 Meets every Frldty
Maysvllle Division Ne. 0, U. It. Meets first
Tuesday In every month.
p. e. s. A.
Washington Camp Ne. 3 Meets cvery Thurs
a. a. it.
Jeseph Helser Pest Ne. 13 Meets first and
third Saturdays !n each month. .
M. C. Hutchlns Camp Ne. 2, S. of V. Meets
every Wednesday evcnlng.
Weman's Hellcf Cerps Meets second and
fourth Saturdays In each mouth.
K. OF II.
Maysvllle Ledgo Ne. 2;;s. Meets first and
third Tuesdays In each mouth.
St. Patrick's llenovelcnt Secictj- Meets
every second Sunday.
8edallty of the D. V. M. Meets every Sun
day. Father Mathew Tetnl Abstinence Society
Meets first Sunday In each month.
Auclcnt Order of Hibernians Meets third
Sunday in each month.
Knights of St. Jehn Meets every Tuesday
German Hellef Society Meets first Monday
night iu each month.
Acacia Ledgo Ne. 24, F. A. M. Mcets second
Wednesday night In each mouth.
Mt. Hormen Chapter Ne. 8, H. A. M. Meets
second Friday In each month.
Pulestlne Cammundery Ne. 0, K. T. Meets
fourth Friday In each month,
a. v. a. e. f.
Maysville Star Ledgo Ne. 1048. Meets first
und. third Friday night Iu each mouth.
Household of Huth Ne. 37. Mcets second
Thursday night In each month,
DAUOI1TEIIS OF THE TAUEHNACLE.
Conge HIverTabernacIe Ne. 80. Meets first
Thursday in each month.
DAUGHTERS OF THE GOOD 8AMARITAN.
Evans Ledgo Ne. 9. Meets first Wednesday
night In each mouth.
u. II. F.
Geed Will Ledgo Ne. 40. Meets first Satur
day and third Wednesday night in each month.
Yeung's Tomple Ne. 44. Meets first Monday
night In each month.
G. A. It.
McKlnnevan Pest Ne. 166. Meets reurth Sat
urday night In each month.
Weman's Hellef Cerps Ne. 28. Meets first
Tuesday in each mouth.
Netice of Ineoi'iteratiou of MnysWlle
1. Notlce is herebyglvcn that JehnT. Flem
ing. J.C. Pecer, T. II. N. 8mlth, Ernle White,
I). Hechlnger, Clcen C. Owens, J. A. Heed,
Themas H. Phlster, W. W. Hall and M. J. Mc
Carthy have formed n corporation named
Maysville Sanitarium Company, in accerdance
with the previsions of Chapter CO, Goneral
2. The principal place of business Is Mays
vllle, Masen count, Kentucky.
3. The business of the corporation Is te es
tablish and maintain an Institute at Maysville
for the euro of the liquor, tobacco aud mor
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 cull of Directors.
fi. Tbe corporation begins May Dth, 1802, and
is te continue for twcnty-tlve years.
0. The business or the company shall be
managed by a Heard of llve Directors, who
shall be elected annually by the stockholders
and who shall held elHcc for ene year and
until their successors ate elected and qual
lied. The Directors shall from thelr numbet
elect a President and Vice-President, and
from thelr number or the stockholders, a Sec
retary nnd Treasurer,
7. The highest amount of Indebtedness or
liability te which the corporation is te sub
ject Itself is two thousand dollars.
8. The prlvute property or the stockholders
Is te be exempt from the corporate debts.
JOHN T. FLEMING, President.
Attest; Titos. It. Piiirter, See, and Treas.
Extension of Tunnel
Sealed proposals will be received by the un
dersigned until neon of MONDAY. September
6th, 1802, for the erection of u roslaunce la the
city of Maysville, K'.
Plans and specifications way be seen tit thq
ofUce of Cratney A; Ilrewu, Arohltects. Wig.
gins Hloek, Cincinnati, and at the ollice of Tun
Public Ledger In Maysvllle.
iilds must Inolude the entire work. ,
The right Is reicrved te reject any er.all
bids. ,THOMAS A. DAVIS.
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