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AND PROFITABLE NV
1s 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.-
w U3 w
IThe Editor of TnE Ledeeu is net respoust respeust respoust
bie for the opinions expressed byCorrespond byCerrespond byCorrespend
ents; but nothing reflecting upon thocharac thecharac
tcr or hnblts of any person will be admitted
te these celumns.l
B'CerrtiuUnt will please cnd Letter e
at te reach us net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Give
fact in a few word a txtnntble. We mint
nac in tht ilijxirtmeut, ami net advertising
notice or political argument.
The following are authorized Agents for
The I'uulie LEDaEH lu their respective local
ttlcs: Meranbura Matthew Heilman.
Helena Hebert II. Cord.
Jlitierre Frank W. Huwes.
Sanirn H. 0. Grlgsby.
Orangeburg C. It. Kess.
Svrinadale C. C. Degman.
Maysliek Charles Wheeler.
Vaneeburg Mrs. Jennie. Stewart.
Mt. Carmd-Kelly & Foxworthy.
Augusta Lcandcr Tully.
Jl-Jeseph V. Williams.
Subscribers will save the treuble of letter
writing by paying their subscriptions te the
Agent at their placn
Elijah Cobb has returncd home.
Tobacco ciittimjla progressing finely.
Allen U. Cele wa3 here Tuesday en
Sheriff Alexander was here Monday
Miss Tillie Mayhugh of Vaneeburg
was in town Wednesday.
' Charles Ilughcs has finished his crop of
tebacc and is new happy.
Elijah Kimball of just ever the river
went te Herterville Tuesday.
We are nil mere than pleased with the
Idea of a voting place at Plumville.
J. II. Uarklcy will offer some very fine
.stock at public sale en the 10th of the
. Professer P M. Garrett had te give up
Lis school at this place en account of
The farm of William Scott lying just
.below town will be sold en the I2th of
Miss Kate Berkley came down Sun
day and spent the day with friends at the
Miss Elizabeth Wilsen of Maysvllle
-will begin school here en the first Mon Men
day in September.
Profesor Jobiah Wilsen accompanied
by two of his daughters called en T.
P. Degman Tuesday.
Vaneeburg has been represented at
this place for the last few days by a
couple of very pretty young ladies.
T. P. Degman was called te East Ferk
last Monday te preach a tlouble funeral
that of Aunt Peggy Ilymcs aged 91, and
Mrs. Tbndeus Renchen aged 18.
William Heek is the owner and sole
proprietor of a bran new two-horse
spring-wagon which he made all by him
aelf. It's a daisy and don't you forget
Beb Cook after giving his little son
Dan a geed thrashing asked him if he
knew why he had whipped him: "That's
it," said Dan, "you have nearly beat the
life out of me, and new can't tell what
you did it for."
We learned te day that Rebert Ilerd, a
brother of Geerge Ilerd, who was killed
last week and who Jives near Bridge-
pert in Lewis county was badly gored by
a vicious cow and is in a critical condi
tion at this writing.
t Aberdeen Letter Lint.
List of letters remaining In the Aberdeen
Posteflleo for the month of August.
Campbell, I). F. Orth. P. 0.
Cassetl. J. F, Thnteher, illiatn
Bills, Marshall Wilsen, F. L.
Gray, Henry II. Wilsen, Isaac
Persons calling far the above will ploase say
adverllaed. One cent due for advertising.
0. It. Wilsen, Pustmaster.
Kentucky Fairs and Tret.
The following list has been carefully
arranged fe Tub Ledqeh. Any omis emis
sions will be cheerfully supplied upon
Paris, September flth five days.
Winchester, Sopleraber 13th flve days.
Cynthlana, Sopteraber 21st four days.
Mt. Sterling, September Sth-three days.
Alexandria, August 30th-Uve days.
, Franklin, August UOth-tWe days.
, Bowling Green, Beptomber 6th.
hl IJardstewn, September 6th-flve days.
'1 Maysllck, (cel.,) Scpteraber 7th four dajs.
' Ellzabethlewn, Soptember 13tb four dajs.
Ashland, September SOth f our days.
Heme Cave, Sopteraber SOth four days.
Germantewn, Boptembor 28th four days.
Hartferd, Soptember 28th four days.
. Owenton, Octjber 4th flve de s.
All the above meetings have trotting
contests, these at Miysville being
Theiik arc 7,500,000 young men in the
United States, most of whom will vete
for Benjamin Harrison in November.
Thk nickel-in-the-slet machines have
bn put te a new use by a Chicago com cem
fMuay.' They, have invented a new ma--chlne,
similar' te tljose new In use, but
,with novel features. The machine will
eatain the dally papers, and the reader
oaa'purchase his favorite by depositing
me sum required in wicenn. ijaun uiui
will contain its own automaton, with the
.HJUiuenai lacwiy ei reiurunK wi,nus
tbeM who'hnve net tuecxact amount,
It is bellaVwl that the machine will seen
he Ik getwal use,nd the newsboys will
, Kin awl AwWikmUna. W. It Warder.
The Trout riy.
Ne doubt the fairest and most ele
gant method of catching salmon, in
low, clear water, la with the trout fiy,
says a Londen sportsman. There Is a
controversy, which should have been
decided long age, as te whether salmon
feed In rivers. Ne feed, as a rule, Is
found In their stetnaches, but they de
cidedly feed Even If they rush nt
flics from curiosity It cannot explain
their talcing worms. Moreover, a fish
has been seen te rise In a tranquil loch,
at a large, yellow butterfly, and en the
Tweed a salmon was ebserved te
swallow a bee baited en a hoelc.
On the Dee, a salmon may be noticed
taking1 March browns, as trent de, and
they ero caught, both thcre and en the
Tweed, with rather large, artificial
March browns. This settles the ques
tion as te their feeding In fresh water.
But with a high, steady glass, with
cloudless sides and low, silver streams,
it is a weary thing te wait for their ca
pricious appetites, and many a fisher is
flying from rivers that are becoming as
dusty as turnpike reads. Where is the
old "Aprile with his echeuris swete," as
Chaucer wrote it.
Jamaica's Tropical Plants.
One of the finest displays of large
sized specimens of tropical plants which
will be shown at the exposition will
cotae from. Jamaica. CeL C. J. Werd,
the special commissioner from that
country, has been ene of the most en
thusiastic commissioners In the interest
of the fair, and has been unceasing in
his efforts te have his country properly
represented. The flora of the Island is
as rich and varied as any of the tropical
islands of the world, and naturally the
plants and fruits will be of first impor
tance in its exhibits. At en early date
the extensive botanical gardens were
established and put in charge ei well
trained Englishmen, who are net only
experienced botanists, but experts In
the knowledge of propagating and
growing plants. Fortunately for the
department of horticulture, the
plants have had special preparation for
distant shipment, and Cel. Ward has ar
ranged with the steamship companies
te transport them te American perU
The Bess Gam Chcn-crs.
Bosten can easily claim the honor of
having the star, gum-chewcr of this
country. They wcre discovered en an
electric car the ether evening, and the
free exhibition of their powers in the
masticating line was truly wonderful.
They were two girls old enough te be
young ladies. They chatted and chewed,
totally-oblivious of their surroundings,
and cared little for the fact that they
were the center of attraction for a car
load of passengers. A watch was pulled
en them, and it was found that they
wcre playing havoc with the gum at
the ratu of seventy strokes per minnte.
They kept en at this rate for fully half
an hour. Finally, when they left the
car at Allston, the ether passengers
gave a sigh of relief and speculated en
the length of time it would take for the
girls' jaws te become Inoperative from
will open Monday, Scntcmber 6th, with a full
corps of well qualified and experienced teach
ors. Fer full particulars apply te the Semi
nary, or the Principal,
J. S. HAYS.
Advance sale opens Monday morning,
Sept. 12th. nt 8 o'clock.
t. ii. n. smith, DENTIST !
Tfielatent Jecal AwuthUtt for the ,
Painless Extinction of Teeth.
Fer keeping tour teeth and gums In order
nia, ue umjwi will) Known 10 tue
s, Seeend street.
We are authorized te announce J. C. JKK
KEHSON as the Democratic candidate for
Sheriff of Masen county at the election te be
held Tuesday. November 8th, 1892.
the heading of "Help
HVintcti," " Lett," " FiiuiiiI," Ac., of an acccpta
lie nature, and net te exceed thrcclinct, en thlt
jxige, are FHEV te all.
VffNe Iiiwi)icAdvcrtitemcntiil)iferted tWMi tWMi
If answer fail te come theflrtt time, ice invite
as many repetition a arf ncccaru te tecure
uhal you adccrtifcfer. fc with the adverttter
te feel that they are net imposing en u by using
our free column.
Adveittrcincnts can be left at our etficc or tent
thrttugh the mail te
THE VUULW LKDQEtl COMPAKY,
Se. 10 E. Thinl Street.
WANTED A boy 18 j cars old. raised en a
farm nhe can furnish the best testi
monials te prove that heis Industrious, com
petent and faithful, wants a position for work
en a farm or In town. Apply at this elllce.
WANTED A geed coek.whlto preferred,
n in a small family. Geed wages. Ap-
ply at 2U Fourth street.
7 ANTED Twe geed scrub women. Apply
ni me upem-neuse ui unci-.
"17 ANTED A man with horse, wagon will
be furnished face, te sell machines.
Apply at 117 Sutten street.
ANTED Man te take care of elllce and
de housework. Apply at this elllce.
T7 ANTED Te let the contract for building
ii addition te schoell'ouse. Apply te
TUUSTEES PUUMCSCHOOL, Hectorvllle. Ky
WANTED Situation by a young, slngle
man. Will de anything. Have had ex
perience as clerk in a general store. Apply at
17ANTED An experienced female nurse
immediately. Apply te DH. S. PANG
"7ANTED-My lrlends and the public te
T t knew that I am here te de their work,
and net te listen te any tales that are told, but
ceme and see me. O. G. LAYTON.
WANTED The ladles te call and see the
latest ami nebbiest things In Fall Milli
nery. ANNA M. FUA7.AH. Agent.
"WANTED Ladles te knew that Mrs. Jehn
Hill ls,carrj lng en a Dressmaking es
tablishment at Miss Anna Fniznr's, and would
be glad te have them call.
ANTED Geed second-hand awning nt
once. Address WILLIAM DUUST, City
JTOJB ,8 AI.IL
OH SALE Oil TKADE-A geed herse and
jeri-ey miicii cow, s. 1'a.nuiiukn. .m.u.
I710K SALE-A span of Ne. 1 aged Mules.
. Alse ene paddle and harness Herso com cem
hlned. CHAULES IIHAMEL. Maysllck. Ky.
OH SALE A Furniture Wagen. Apply te
or address LEANDEK TULLY, Augusta,
FOH SALE A lrcidi Cew and tier calf,
Ply te JOHN SMALL. Aberdeen.
Market street, Maysvllle, Ky.
LOST On Friday night. August 26th. bo be bo
tween Lee street and the Neptune Hall,
a White Hraeelet. Iteturn te this elllce.
OST A key attached te a chain; reward
X paid If returned te this otllce.
LOST Last Thursday en the car or In the
Amphitheater at the Fair Grounds, a
pair et Mether of Pearl Opera-glasses In a
black kid cae. Finder please leave at this
offlce and receive reward.
LOST lletwecn Market street and the Opera
house, or In the Opera-house, a red rib
bon sash, iteturn te this elllce and receive
LOST On the read between Legan's Gap
and Sllckaway IlrlOge Lady's Geld ltlng,
tiger eye, setting engraved with a Lady's
face, A rewanl will be given for the recovery
of the eame. S. PANQHUHN, M. D.. .Mays
LOST-Geld lluckle and Watch Key.between
C. and O. Depot and Central Hetel.
Finder will please return te Leiiei'.u elllce and
LOST Sunday evening en Second (street
and Wells & Hlgger's stable a lady's geld
Watch with monogram J. A.M. A liberal ro re
w ard for return of same te this elllce.
LOST Small Hay Herso about 15 years old.
Any Information will be thauktully re
celved by JOHN LITTLE. Ma)svllle. Ky.
LOST A geld Necklace with Turquolse
Heart at inched. On Frent or Second
street between Walt and Market street, or en
Sutten street. Please return te C. S. WOOD.
LOST Hctween Duulten's grocery and
Plumville, en the liurtonvllle pike, a pair
of rubber Nese-glasses. Finder please leave
at this elllce.
LOST Pair of Spectacles, made byShreurdS
it Kasper. Chicago. Please return te
W. II. JANUARY.
lUUMJ-Lady'A Jacket near
f eurtu aim riurn streets.
FOUND A deer Key. Owner can have
same by calling at this elllce.
Te Article Oue of Articles Incorpora
ting the Oakwood Distillery Ce.
Autici.i: te amend Artlcle I of Articles of In
corporation of Oakwood Distiller) Company,
of Ma a villa. Masen county, Kentucky, re
corded in Deed Heek Ne. Vi. page 413.
He It known te all whom it may concern,
that at a meeting of the stockholders of the
Oakwood Distillery Company, Maysvllle,
held at Its otllce in Majsvllle, Kentucky,
Friday, June 3d, 18f-, It was agreed
that the corporate name of said company
be changed from Oakwood Dlstlllery Com
pany te Poyntz Hrethers Company, and
that hereafter the business or said corpora
tion be conducted under the corporate name
of Poyntz Hrethers Company. And It wag
further agreed at said meeting that Hen 11.
Perntz. Secretary and Treasurer of said
Oakwood Distillery Company.be and he wns au
thorized te make proper acknowledgment et
said ohange et name bofero the Clerk or Ma Ma
eon County Court, and cause same te be pub
lished and reoerdod as required by law.
HEN II. POYNTZ,
Sec, and Tiea,ef OahwoeU Distillery Ce.
BTATB Or K8J.TUCKY, I e,.
Masen County. i""
I, T. M. I'eurce, Clerk or 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 lien II. Poyntz, a
a party thereto, te be his act and doed, und
ledged ler reeerd, whereupon the same, to te to
get he r with this ccrtllleate, hath been duly
admitted te reoenl in ray office.
Given under ray hand this 3.1 day of June,
18'. T, M. PKAHCK, Cleric.
ryvrrvivyvr-vr-vr-vr'vni jf r e rfv r tr r
S. S. SAVAGE, President.
." . . F0UE
f 5,0001 PBEMUM8f 5,000
TrettinL', Runniug anil Pacing Races each day Fruit, Floral and Vegetable
Displays. Fine Peultty Exhibit. Amusements of all kinds. Excursion rates en nil
railroads cuteriiitf the city. Fer Premium List and Printed Mutter, addicss
L. N. DAVIS, Sec'y, Ashland.
1 P. J. MURPHY,
SUCOESSOH TO HOl'PEB & MURPHY.
Hen. A.E.Cele, Judge Maysvllle
J. H. Sallee, Commonwealth Att'y.. .Ma) s llle
Hen D. Purry, Clerk Maysvllle
Allan D.Cele, MustorCemmlsslonor.Maysvlllo
Masen At Maysvllle. Tuesday alter the sec
ond Monday In January, April, July and Octo
ber. Fleming At Klcmlngsburg, third Monday In
May and November.
Greenup At Greenup, fourth Monday In
Februury and August.
Lewls At Vaneeburg second Monday In
June and December.
Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday alter third
Monday In September and teurth Monday in
MASON COUNTY COUUT.
Meet Second Monday in Each Menth.
Thes. H. Phlster. Presiding Judge.. . Maysvllle
Charles D. Newell, County Attorney. M a) vll!e
T. M. Pearce, Clerk Ma)svllle
Jehn W. Alexander, Sheriff Muysvllle
J. C. Jeffersen I nnnlll,llti Maysllck
SamP. Porlnef1 epUtlt8l Majsville
Hebert C. Kirk. Jailer Ma8Ville
Jehn D Hoe.Coroner Mnysvllle
JehnC Dverett, Assesser Maysvllle
O. W. Hlatterman, Bchoel Sup't Maysvllle
(.Quarterly Court meets Tuesday after the
second Monday In March, June, Septemlmr
iinu December, and has civil Jurisdiction te
the amount of S3.KM
Mu)evilte Ne. 1. Jehn L. Grant, Magistrate,
holds court the tlrst Tuesday In each month.
Jacob Miller, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Tuesday lu each month. Win. It. Daw Daw
Maysvllle Ne. !:. T. J. Pickett, Magistrate
holds court the tlrst Saturday lu each month.
William Pepper, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Saturday lu each month. J. U. MeNutt,
Dever James Earnshaw and Frank Luns
ford, Magistrates, held courts en the tlrst and
third WednesdnB In March, June, Soptember
and December. Jehu Hunyon, Censtuble.
Minerva O. N. Weaver and Jeseph M. Hyar,
Magistrates, held courts en the tlrst and third
Thursdays In March, June, Soptember and
December. William E. King, Constable.
Gerraantewn U-sIle II.Mannen and Wm. I
Woodward, Magistrates, held courts en the
llrst Friday and third Saturday In March,
June, September and December. William
Sardls J. M. Hall and James II. Grlgsby.
Magistrates, held courts en the second and
fourth Saturdays In March, June. September
and Deccmber. A. J. Suit. Constable
Maysllck-Charles W. Williams and J. I).
Haymond, Magistrates, held courts en the sec
ond and fourth Fridays lu March, June, Sep Sep Sop
temeor and December. James It. Hobcrsen,
Lewlsburg Isnae L. Mcllvatn and Jeseph
M. Alexander, Magistrates, held courts en the
second and fourth Thursdays In March, June,
September und Doeember. S. M. Strede, Cen-
Orangeburg M. it. Farrew and Lewls M.
Cellls, Magistrates, held courts en the tlrst
Saturday und last Monday In March. June,
Soptember and December. W. II. Coryell,
Washington Edward Hulfry and Arthur F.
Weed, Magistrates, held courts en the fourth
Tuesdays and third Wednesdays In March;
June, September and Deeember. Geerge C.
Murphysvlllo-Jehn Tt. Wells and W. W.
Worthlngten, Magistrates, held courts en the
fourth Mondays and third Thursdays lit Mareh,
June, Soptember and December, II, T. But But
Fern Leaf Samuel R, Mastln and Powell It.
Owens.MaglttrutcH, held courts en the second
and fourth Saturdays In Mareh, June, Septem Septom Soptem
ber and Dcoember. Charles Walllugferd, Cen-
Hole'na William Luttrell and Jeseph W
Hatemnfl, Magistrates, held courts en the sec
ond and fourth Wednesdays -la Mareh.June,
4ptemlerftiidDeceuiber, James K. I arrow,
M. II. HOUSTON, Secretary.
DA1T . . .
21st, 22d and 23d.
Repairing of all Kinds
CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAI'EtKEAAD OHIO.
Ne. ... A.40 a. m
Ne. a)......": te p. iu
.u. jr. -i.je p. m
Ne. 4.....S O0 p. Ul
. i i. um J
Add twenty-six minutes te get city time.
Nes. IB and 30 nre the Maysvllle accommoda
tion, and Nes. 17 aud 18 the Huutlagteu accom
modation. Nes. 1 and 2 are the fast express
and Nes.3 and 4 the F. F. V.
Ne. i (h V. V.) Is a solid train with through
dining car and Pullman Bloopers te Washing
ton, llaltltaore, Philadelphia and New Yerk.
Through Pullman sleeper te Itlchmend, Va
and Old Point Comfert. Ne. ' Is a solid train
with Pullman sleeper te Washington, making
all Eastern and Southeitstern connections.
The accommodation trains are dally except
Sunday; the rest are daily.
Direct connection at Cincinnati ter points
West and Seuth.
Leaves Maysvllle at
5:&J a. in. ter Paris, Lex
I ngten, Cincinnati, ltich ltich
niend. Stanford. Liv
ingsten, Jolllce, Middles borough, Cumberland
Gap, Frankfort. Louisville and points en N.
N. and M. V., Eastern Division.
Leaves Maysvllle at 1:15 p. m. ler Paris, Cin
cinnati. Lexington, Winchester, Itlchmend
and points en N. N. and M. V., Eastern Divis
Arriu at Miusvllle at 10.00 a. m. and 6U5
All trains daily except Sunday.
Add twenty-six minutes te get city time.
DIIIKCT IIOUTE WEST
T?ie Ohie and MissUsip
is the short Hue be
tween Cincinnati and
St. Leuis, and all of its
trains run through solid
te St. Leuis. Ne transferring of baggage or
of passengers who travel en 0. and M. trains.
Less than ten hours Is our time te St. Leuis,
where our trains make connection in the
Union Depot with trains of all lines for the
West, Southwest und Northwest.
The Ohie and Mississippi Hallway is the di
rect and fast line te Loutsvllle.
The Ohie and Mississippi Hallway gives bh
clal attoutien te colonists going West, either
slngle or In parties. Our agents are pro pre
pared at all t lines te furnish information as te
rates and mutes te points West, and when
passengers are ready te start w'il seoure their
tickets at lowest rates and attend te check
ing baggage through te destination.
Fer tickets via O. and M. Hallway and
further Information call en agents or connect
ing lines or address C, W. PA It 1 8.
Central Passenger Agent O. and M. Hall
way, 48 West Fourth Strout, Cincinnati, O.
Cincinnati, Portsmouth, Biff Sandy ami
Pornerey Packet Company.
Ttiu splendid beats of this line, running be
tween Ciuclnnutl, Portsmouth, I ronten Hunt
ington, Galllpells aud Pornerey, pass Mays Mays
vlleo as follews:
Pornerey Packets Hostena, Telegraph and
City or Madisen pass Maysvllle either way at
1 o'clock a, m.
Denanza up dally for Vanoehurg at 8 a. in.,
returning for Cincinnati, passes Maysvllle
dally, except Sunday, at 3 p. m.
Fer freight or passage apply te
Jen PJINT1NO i!tly and quickly executed
at The Public Ledger Jeb Roeiai.
.1 OITT DIRECTORY.
Mit)or . E. E. Pearce, Jr
City Clerk Martin A. O'Hare
Collector und Treasurer.. ,H. A. Cochran, Jr
Marshal , Jnme Hetiln
Weed und Ceal Inspector.,... ...William Davis
Wlmrfinaster ,..0.M. Phlster
City Proseeutor ,. . , ..J. N. Keboe
City Physician , Dr. C. C. Owens
City Undertaker.. Q. A. Means is Sen
Keeper Almshouse Mrs. Sarah E. Sapp
Meets Ftnt Tliursday Evening in Eiith .VeitW),
William II. Cox, President. i
(1) W. II. Cox,
(3) Cenurd Hudy,
(2) M. F. Keboe,
(3)C. H. Pearce, Jr.
(1) E. W. Fltzgerald,
C') II. K. Ulorbewor,
(3)L. C. Hatterman.
(1) Twos. M. Weed,
C!) Hebert rickllu,
(3) H. L. Newell.
(1) Gee. C. Fleming
(2) H. T. Haultuaw.
(3) J. t. Salisbury.
(It Gee. Scbreeder,
(2) Polk Hicks.
(j) uuius iiryaen,
The figures Indicate the number or years
each Councilman has te serve from January,
Confidence Ledge Ne. 63 Meets tlrst Moo Meo Moe
day night in each month.
Masen Ledge Ne. 342 Meets second Monday
night In each month.
Ma) grille Chapter Ne. 0 Meets third Mon
day night in each month.
Maysvllle Commander) Ne. 10 Meets feurtb
Monday night In each month.
DeKalb LodgeNo. 12 Meets ever Tuesday
Hlnggeld Ledge Ne. 27 Meets every Wednes
Pisgab Encampment Ne. l Meets second!
and teurth Mondays In every month.
Canten Maysvllle Ne. 2 Meets third Monday
night In each month.
Friendship Ledge Ne. 42. D. of It. -Meet
tlrst Mendar night In each month.
KNinrrrs ert-miiAS. ,
Limestone Ledge Ne. 3t5 Meets every Friday
night. Maysville Division Ne. 6, U. B. Meets tlrst"
Tuesday in every mouth,
p. e. h. A.
Washington Camp Ne. 3 Meets every Thurs
Jeseph Helser Pest Ne. 13 Meets flrst and'
third Saturdii)a In each month.
M. C. Hutchlus Camp Ne, 2. S. of V. Meets
every Wednesdny evening.
Weman's Hcllef Cerns Meets second and
fourth Saturdays In each mouth.
K. op iu
Maysvllle Ledge Ne, 2778. Meets llrst and.
third Tuesdays iu eaeh mouth.
St. Patrick's Hcnoveleiit Society Meets
every second Sunday. v
Sodality or the B. V. M. Meets every Sun
Jay. Father Mathew Total Abstinence Society
Meets tlrst Sunday fn each month.
Ancient Order of Hibernians Meets third
Sunday in each month.
i Knights et St. Jehiu-Met8 every Tuesday
i German Relief Society Meets first Monday
night lu each inceth.
Acacia Lodge-Ne. 24, F. A. M. Meets second'
Wednesday night in each mouth.
Mt. Hormen Chapter Ne. 8. It. A. N. Moots Meets
second Friday In each mouth.
Palestlne Caaimandery Ne. 0, K. T. Meets
fourth Friday In each month.
e. u. e. e, p.
Maysvllle Star Ledgo Ne. 11)18. Meets llrst
and third Friday night in each month.
Household of Huth Ne. 37. Meets second
Thursday night in each month.
DAUOIVrKltS or tiie tabeiinacle.
Conge HIvcr Tabornacle Ne. 80. Meets tlrst
Thursday in each mouth.
DAunuxBits or the geed hamakitas.
Evans Ledgo Ne. 0. Meets flrst Wednasday
night In each month.
u. b. r.
Geed Will Ledgo Ne. 40. Meets flrst Satur
day and third Wednesday ulgbt In each Menth.
Yeung's Temple Ne. 41. Meets flrst Monday
night In each month.
(1. A. II.
MeKlnnevan Pest Jv'e. 100. Meets rerth Sat
urday night In each month.
Weman's Hcllef Cerps Ne. 2b. Meets first
Tuesday In each month.
Netice of Incorporation of May8Ill&
1. Netice Is horeby given that Jehn T. Flem
ing. J. C. Pecer. T. H. N. Smith, Ernie White,
IX. Hcchlnger, Clcen C. Owens, J. A. UecV
Themas It. Phlstcr. W. V. Hall and M. J. Mc
Carthy have lermed a corporation named
Maysvllle Sanitarium Ceuitmuy, in accordaneo
with the previsions of Chapter CO, General
2. The principal plueoef buslnessls Mays
ville, Masen county, Kentucky.
3. The business of the corporation Is te es
tablish aud maintain an Institute et 'Maysvllle
ter the euro et the liquor, tobacco ana mor
phine habits. - ,
4. The capital stock Is ten thousand dollars, J.
divided into shares or ten dollars each, te be '
paid for In meney or ethor property as may be ,
agreed upon, te be paid In en cull or Directors.
5. The corporation begins May WU 1892, and
Is te continue ter twcnty-Uve years. '
6. The business or the company Shall be
managed by a Heard or Hve Directors, who
shall be elected annually by the stcokheldors
and who shall held otllce for 'ene year and
until their successors ate elocted and qual
fled. The Directors shall from thelr numbci
elect a President aud Vloe-Presldent, and
from thelr number or the stockholders, a Sec
rotary and Treasurer.
7. The highest amount of indebtedness or
liability te which the oerporation Is te, sub- '
jeet itself Is two thousand dollars. v
8. The prlvate property of the stockholders
Is te te exempt from the corporate debts.
j6HN T. "FLEMING, President.
Attest: Tnes. It. Piiisteh, See and Trcas.
Mctensien of Time!
Sealed proposals, will be received by the un !T
derslgned until neon or MONDAY. September" ,
6th, lbtt, for the orcctleu of a residence la the -
envoi ui) bviiiu, tvy. j .!-.
Plans and speclfloatlens maybe seen at the J.T
ollleo of Crupsey Hrnwn, Arehlteets, ww. t .;ii
iioe or uranseys iirewi
ns Uloek, Cincinnati, and i
iibi.ie Ledger In Mavivil
Piibi.ie Ledekr In Maysvllle. '
KI4s must Include (be entire work. .
The right Is reserved te rsdeat akv sr Alt
bids. TH0MA8 A. DATM.