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IThe Editor of TUB Lkdeeii li net respensl
bio for the opinions expressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend
ents: but nothing reflecting upon the churae
ter or habits of any person will be admitted
te these celumns.l
-CorriemIen' will platse mmd fatten se
an tertach us tint tattr than 'J o'clock a. m. aire
fact in n few trenU cm ixwhIWc. His leant
new in thin ileimrtment, find net (idrertbdiii;
tet(c or te!((Ifdl arvument.
The following nre authorized Agenls for
The Puiilic Ledeeh In their respective local lecal
ities: Mnmnburg Matthew Heffman.
Helena llobert II. Cord.
JUliKrva-Frank W. lUwes.
Sanll U. 0. Grlgshy.
Oranettiutv C. U. lless.
Siirfiitf-iale C. C. Deiriusin.
AfdiysKcfc Churles Wheeler.
rwuri Mrs. Jennle Stewart.
Mt. Carmcl Kelly & Foxworthy.
Aumwfrt Leander Tully.
Peed Jeseph W. Williams.
Subscribers will save the trouble of letter
writing by paying their subscriptions te the
Agent at their ulace.
la ir iwscEii vita.
Tobacco and corn are geed, but water
Is getting scarce.
Martin llarevcr has a portable sawmill,
and mere men are at work at the Burg
than there have been for some time.
Fred Traxcl is having two larirc tobacco
barns erected. The work is being done
by Jehn Layten. They have an incline
railway erected te haul the timbers te
the site for the bams.
KENTUCKY AT THE FAIR.
Seme Things She Should Have ami Seme
She Will Xet Get.
Cenner-Journal Kentucky is uet used
te being crowded, and it will require a
very decided contraction te squeeze its
5,000 feet of expectation into 1,200 feet
of alleted space for her mines and forestry
exhibits at Chicago. Yet that is what
Colonel M. II. Crump says we will have
te de, and we seem te ewe it te his vigi
lance that we arc uet te be crowded Inte
S00 feet of space. But perhaps if we
get a fourth of all we expect out of the
Chicago show, we will be doing ver' well
with our $100,000 Mines and timber are
what we are counting en for our future.
If we have any room te spare ip our
exhibit, these two undeveloped sources
of magnificent wealth should have it.
The Kentucky books and the Kentucky
pictures, and statuary, and ferns, ami
needlework, and premium fruit and vege
tables are all entitled te their fair share.
but our strong card Is our mineral and
timber resources. In that particular
line we have no mere reason te fear com
petition with all the world than we have
in our hordes, and the world i. mere detl
cicnt in knowledge of our minerals and
our timber thau of our hefrcs. In books,
art and education we have little te be
proud of when we place our exhibit
alongside ether exhibits that will be dis
played at Chicago It will be valuable
as a correct indication of the little or
much that we may have done. It may
be observed by these curious te see what
Kentucky has accomplished, but it will
net be sought out by these seeking uew
ideas and' valuable instruction in that
There must, of course, be an exhibit
of Kentucky life at Chicago of the old
Kentucky home and of pioneer relics,
and some graphic and convincing show of
the characteristic social atmosphere of
the state. Our pampered state pride, fed
se long upon a confirmed habit of men
tally regarding ourselves in a mirror and
admiring the reflection, demands such
concession. But Kentucky is net spend
ing $100,000 at Chicago merely te gratify
state pride or te make a feeble show in
lines of accomplishment where we will
be sadly and hopelessly outdone, but in
order also, and chiefly, te advertise in an
ellective business way these features et
the state's progress and present condi
tion and future possibilities that we will
attract immigration and capital. It is a
business enterprise. We want te show
up the solid claims of the state te consid
eration. If we put en exhibition at
Chicago our conspicuous and somewhat
exaggerated state pride, wu want te
rescue it from ridicule by backing it
up with something substantial, se that
our state may net parade as as a vain
Things will be taken at their actual
value at Chicago. The little glamour of
state love through which we kindly re
gard ourselves will be stripped away, and
we will be put in the scales and weighed
and tested by inflexible standards for
what we have and what we have done.
The social, easy-going, breezy, life-loving,
virile, warm-hearted Kentuckian is
known and liked pretty much every
where. At Chicago it will be an inter
esting novelty te give a picture of the
less widely known Kentuckian in the act
of attending te business. There are some
uninformed people in the world who are
skeptical as te his existence.
The Evening Democrat, published at
Hendersen, has suspended publication.
Thk Louisville Railway Company has
declared a dividend of 2J per cent, te
holders of preferred stock. This will be
paid October 1st.
In connection with ether improvements
te be made at Blue Lick Springs, the new
owners will try and open a fair or trot
ting course at that point.
Fihe and Accident Ins. V. R Warder.
t. n. n. smith, DENTIST !
The latent Liical Aniuthettc for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Fer keeping your teeth and gums in order
use Sapenin, best teeth wash known te the
world. Ottlce, Second stroet.
Academy of the VIgltatleu Beardinp;
and Day Scheel for Yeung Ladles.
This institution has a high reputation for Its
many advantage and thorough education In
every branch. The Musical Department Is
under the direction of a graduate of a noted
conservatory. German and Kclectle System
of Drawing taught free, Ullnd pupils wlU be
trained by the I'elnt-prlnt Method. Fer terms
and otberlnfenEBtlon apply te 818THH3 OK
TRK VISITATION, Mnysvllle, Masen Ce., Ky.
reK ArPELtMre juiwb.
We nre authorized te announce Judge W. II.
HOLT as a candldnte for re-electleti as Judge
of the Court of Appeals at the November
We nre authorized te announce J.C. JEF
FEHSON a the Democratic candldate for
Sheriff of Masen county at the election te be
heldTuisduy, November bth IS'.1-.'.
We are authorized te announce E. E.
PEAKCE. Jr.. as it candldate for re-election te
the olllce or Mayer at the ensuing election for
We are authorized te annouuee CHA11LK3
D. SHEPAHD as a candidate for City Assessor
at the eusulng city election.
Mil CITV ASESSOK.
We are authorized te announce F. W.
1IAUEK as a candidate ter City Assessor at
the ensuing city election.
Mil COI.I.ECTOK AMI TKKASL'UEIl.
We art) authorized te iiuueuucu II. A. COCH
It AN, J It., as a candidate ter the olllce of
Collector ani Treasurer at the ensuing city
COLLECTOI1 AND TUEASUUKII.
We are authorized te announce JAMES W.
FITZGEHALD as a candidate ter Collector
and Treasurer at the ensuing city election.
Mil CITV CLEItK.
We are authorized te announce MAHTIN A.
O'HAUE as a candidate for re-eltctleu te the
olllce et City Clerk at the ensuing city elec
tion. Mil CITV MAKSIIAL.
We are authorized te annouuee M. E. MC
KELLUP as a candidate ter City Marshal at
the ensuing January election.
-7 Hr71yA,,,e AtlvettUcmenUwuttr
1 0 XJlliVl (JCI the hcadtiiu of " Help
:,nt,,t " "Situation
Wanted," " Ijert," " Found," Ac., of an accepta
lie mture, and nut te exceed three linen, en thtr
IKtye, are FREE te all.
CtT"iVe JitWne" .rtdrcrtbtrneiits (nci Ul with
If annwera fail te come the flrtt time, we invite
a many repctlltei w are necettatv te tecure
what ynu advertise for. We with the advetthers
tatel that then are net lmiina en w hy xifina
our free column.
AdcertircmcnU can he left at our office or tent
threuah the mail te
THE VVULIC LEDGEli COiWAXY,
Se. 10 E. Third Strut.
WANTED A girl te de geucrel house
work. Apply te M IIS. JOHNM. HA INS,
l.ti West Second street.
T,rANTED Twe strlpiers at once. Apply
V ut J. H. ItAINS & SON'S Tobacco l'ac l'ac
teryj WANTED-I.adles te knew that Mlf-s Eva
DeAtley Is carrying en a Dressmaking
establishment In the sixth Ward, and would
like te have them call.
WANTED The Laid leg te knew that I am
no longer at Miss Anna Krazer's. But
have moved te Sutten street, next te Nesbitt's
store. MISS I1ETTIE A. HIM
WANTED A geed cook, white prelerred,
In a small family. Geed wages. Ap
ply at iU Fourth street.
ANTED Man te take care of olllce and
de housework. Apply at this etHce.
f ANTED-Ladles te knew that Mrs. Jehn
Hill Is carrying en a Dressmaking es
tnblishmpnt at Miss Anna Krazar's, and would
be triad te have them call.
FOH SALE A complete lied room Set, almost
new, cost JW0. will sell for ?C5. Inquire of
O. II. GltlESMAN.
IiOK SALE-A fresh Cew and her calf,
' ply te JOHN SMALL, Aberdeen,
filLrn fitMint f .1 1'Olil I In LT t
iiunvi eulvi. Jinj d 1 1 iv vji
I7IOUSALE Oil TItADE-A poed horse and
: Jersey milch cow. S. I'ANGIIUKN. M.I).
LOST niack feather Fan with ribbon at
tached in or near Washington Opera
house. Suitable reward given If returned te
LOST In the I'ostetHce an order for a low
rate ticket en the C. and O. from Mays Mays
vllle te Cincinnati. Finder please return te
I' OST-Hetween Maysvllle and Tayler's Mill
J Kead, a packaire directed te Geerge E'
Curtis from J. J. Weed. Heward It returned
te this olUce.
LOST On the read between Legan's Gap
and Sllckaway Bridge Lady's Geld Illng,
tiger eye, setting engtaved with a Lady's
face, A reward will be given for the recovery
of tbe same. S. I'ANUUUUN, M. I)., Mays
vllle. Ky. LL
1710 It KENT Houses Nes. 310, 308 and !K
- Carmel street. Sixth Ward. Apply te It.
FOK KENT Hoems for lodging or house
keeping, between Sutten and Wall streets.
Apply at this olllce.
ITIOK HENTOK SALE-My Farm of 100 acres
- en Maysvllle and Mu Carmel pike. New
cettage house of 7 rooms and ether outbuild
ings, cistern, &a. Geed tobacco and stock
barn. Could be sold In two parts. Q. H.
FOR KENT Nlce two-story house In the
Fifth Ward, Ne. 218 Walnut street. Fer
particulars lniUlre at It. WELLS, next deer.
AND CEMETERY WORK,
In Grtmlle arut Mat Mr,
' M. R. GILM0RE.
10S W, 8PCOSD Stbkkt, maysvillk, ky.
Bfl-Fremtenanulldlng Werk, Sidewalks, Ac , at
Land for Sale!
1 otfer f or sale ",t acres of land two miles
Seuth of Washington en the Lexington plkn.
This land lays well, Is rich and ependldly
watered and timbered.
The purchaser can put a sawmill In the
weeds and saw up enough lumber te build a
beuse and barn and fence the entire farm.
There nre en tbe land 1,000 walnut trees that
In a few years will be worth a fortune. Tbe
farm has 20 or 2.1 acres of new tobacco land.
Forty acres read for nutting In wheat. En
tire possession MarGh'lBt.
Apply te T. W. Parry at rosldenoo of h. K.
Parr, near Washington, or te lien D. Parry
at Circuit Clerk's ottlce, Mayivlle, Ky., for
price and term. Terms easy.
Plat of farm en tlle in County Clerk's olllce.
See te this at once, T. W, PAUUY.
FALL SHAPES NOW READY.
Shirts Made te Order.
M. C. Russell
will be found en the p.
(luriutr the luiililiiic, of their new !
Call and See Them. li
COCHHAN & SONS,
ATTOIiSETS AT LAW,
UO'IT. A. COCnilAK, 1
A. U.J. COCHHAN,
WM. D. COCHHAN. )
W.H.WADSWOHTH, 611. W. 11. WADSWOHTH, J II,
WADSWORTH & SON.
ATTUItSEYS AT LAW,
The general practice of Law.
Small, the Tailor
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS
EMPORIUM of FASHION
Se. 110 Market Strrrt,
Opposite Central Hetel.
C. W. WARDLE,
Zwelgart's Bleck, .Second and Sntten Streets.
CBWben havlngTeetb Extracted take Uas. Ab
' Mlutely rainless and fate.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
THE PUBLIC LEDGER. CO.
Of MAVSVILLE, KV.
Aht. I. Ite It Known that William H. Cox,
Themas A. Davis, W. H. Wadsworth. Jr., Sam
uel T. Hickman, A. M. J. Cochran, M. C. Rus
sell, Geerge L. Cox and Allen A. Edmonds,
have this day associated themselves together
and become incorporated under and by virtue
of Chapter SO of the General Statutes et the
State of Kentucky as The Public Ledger Com
pany and by that name shall sue and be sued,
contract and be contracted with, and shall have
perpetual succession and a common seal, with
power te alter same et pleasure
Aht. 2. The capital stock of said Corpora
tion shall be $5,000, divided into shares of
f 10 each, and the same shall be transfera
ble by written assignment en the cert I Hen te,
and when transferred the cortlUcate for same
shall be surrendered te tbe Company and can
celed, and new ones Issued In lleu thereof.
Aht. 3. This Corporation Is organized for
the purpose of publishing a newspaper In the
city of Maysvllle. and distributing the same
throughout the state of Kentucky, and for the
carrying en of a general newspaper business
In said city and state.
Aht. 4. Tbe principal place et business of
said Corporation shall be at Maysvllle, Ky.
The capital stock or said Corporation may be
Increased at a meeting of the stockholders
(theso holding a majority of the stock assent
ing thereto) te any sum net exceeding Jio, Jie,
0U). This CorjKjratlen may ergaufzu when
.100 shares et Its stock Is subscribed. Stock
may be paid for In money or equivalent at an
agreed contract price, and any stock net sub
scribed for may be sold from tlme te tlme,
as the Directors may direct and authorize,
and the certificates of stock shnll be signed by
the President and Secretary, and the corpo
rate seal shall be nlllxed te same.
AHT.fi. The Corporation shall be managed
by a Directory of llve persons who shall be
elected annually at the Company's olllce In
Muysvllle, Ky., en tbe 1st Monday In March of
each year. If, for any reason, there should
net be an election held at the tlme fixed, the
Directors In olllce shall contlnue as such until
their successors are elected and qualified.
AnT. 0. The Directors shall cheese from
their number a Prosldent and Vlco-Presldent,
and from said number or the stockholders a
Secretary and Treasurer, or, If they bee lit,
they may comblne these two elllccrs into ene.
They shall elect im Editor, nud may elect an
assistant te the Editor, both of whose duties
and tenure of olllce they may fix and pre
scribe by by-laws of the Company, which by.
laws a majority of the Directors may ndept
for the management of the Cempany'smlTalrs.
Aht. 1. The Company shall net Incur an
Indebtedness exceeding, In the aggregate.at
any ene tlme, a sura equal te one-hulf of the
capital stock paid In.
Aht. 8. The prlvate property of the stock
holders of this Company shall be exempt
from all debts or liabilities of the Corpora
tion. Aht. 9. The Corporation shall begin when
It shall have organized, as provided for herein,
and shall contlnue as long as may be neces
sary, according te law.
In witness whereof, the said Incorporators
bave horeuute set their hands this lOtti day of
William II. Cox. A. M. J. Cochran,
Themas A. Davir, M. C. Hukhkll,
W. H. Wadswehtii, Jr., Gee. L. Ce,
8 T. Hickman, Allen a. Edmonds.
State or Kentuckv, I u,
Masen County. la"
I. T. M. Pearce, Clerk of the County Court
for the county nnd state aforesaid, de certlly
that the foregoing Artlcloef Incorporation of
The Publle Ledger Ce. was, en March 10, 18W,
produced te tne In said county, and acknowl
edged by said Themas A. Davis, William II.
Cox. W. II. Wadsworth, Jr.,8.T. Hickman, M.
C. Russell, Geerge L. Cox and Allen A. Ed
monds each te be their act and deed, and en
March 14, lt.', thosnme was again reproduced
te me nnd acknowledged by A. M. J, Cochran
te be his act nnd deed, and ledged for roeord,
whereupon the same, together with this cer
tificate, bath been duly recorded In rey offlce.
Given uuder my hand this 14th da of March,
1M4. T. M. PKARCE, Clerk.
Iy T. D. Slntterr, D. 0.
JV i.l ifi linMi in I i n m i i ii m i n nnni 1
jj 'vvll-i- vvrMiM'"rT'grtyw,yvfc?yM'Mv
8. 8. SAVAGE, President.
. . . E0UE
Trettinir, Running and Pacing Races each day. Fruit, Floral and Vegetable
Displays. Fine Poultry Exhibit. Atnusctnents of all kinds. Excursion rntes en all
railroads entering the city. Fer Premium List and Printed Matter, address
. L. N. DAVIS, Sec'y, Ashland.
K T T TVniTfDTTV
pjj i. O. 1U.UJ.IU. XXX
SUCCESSOR TO HOPPER A- MURPHY.
Netice of Incorporation of Maysville
1. Netice Is hereby given that Jehn T. Flem
ing. J. C. Pecer, T. fl. N. Smith, Ernle White,
D. Hechlnger, Cleon C. Owens, J. A. Reed,
Themas It. Phlster. W. W. Rail and M. J. Mc
Carthy have lorraed a corporation named
Maysvllle Sanitarium Company, In nccordance
with the previsions of Chapter 68, General
2. The principal place of business Is Mays
vllle, Masen county, Kentucky.
:t. The business of thox-erporatlon Is te es
tablish and maintain an Institute at Maysvllle
for the euro of the liquor, tobacco and iner
4. The capital stock Is ten thousand dollars,
divided Inte shares of ten dollars each, te be
paid for In money or ether property as may be
agreed upon, te be paid In en call of Directors.
5. The corporation begins May Dth, 18'.tt, and
Is te contlnue for twenty-flve years.
0. The business of the company shall be
managed by a Heard of llve Directors, who
shall be elected annually by the stockholders
nnd who shall held olllce for ene year and
until their successors aie elected and qual
tied. Tbe Directors shall from their numbct
elect a President nnd Vice-President, and
from tbelr number or the stockholders, a Sec
retary and Treasurer.
7. The highest amount of Indebtedness or
liability te which the corporation Is te sub
ject Itself Is two thousand dollars.
8. The prlvate property of the stockholders
Is te be oxerapt from the corporate debts.
JOHN T. FLEMING, President.
Attest: Tnes. R. Piiibtkk, Sec. and Trea
Call and see our prices
marked in plain figures.
Dr. J. H. SAMUEL,
IKx-renldent Surgeon Ooed Bamarltan Hospital,
Kx-actlug Superintendent Lengvlew
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Olllrt uikI llealdetirit
771 In! Sire ft, net iloer UVi( of Mnrkit.
Gee. M. dinger & Sen,
BRICK MASONS AND CONTRACTORS!
Estimates made en all classes of Werk.
Leck Bex 417, MAYSVILLE. KY.
J, J. FITZGERALD,
Plumber, Gas nnd Steam Fitter!
11 West Second Street,
Jewel (lai Steves. MAYSVILLK, KY.
Cincinnati, Forttjmeutli, RlgSandy and
Pouierey Packet Ceruimuy.
The snlendld beats of this line, running be
tweeu Cincinnati, Portsmouth, Irenton Hunt Hunt
Inirten, Qalllpella and Pomeroy, pass Muys
vllle as follews: ,
Pomeroy I'ackets Hostena, Telegraph and
City of Madisen pass Maysrllle cither way at
1 (clock a. m, .
Ileiianza up dally for Vaneebunr at 8 n. in.,
returning for Cincinnati, passes Maysvllle
dully, excepi tsunuay, at x p. ra.
,Ker f rclirht or paisaire apply te
1 1 iiNi "n HjUiH TJJDyUQfi'
M. II. HOUSTON, Secretary.
DAYS' . . .
21st, 22d and 23d.
Repairing of all Kinds
CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAPEAKE ANI) OHIO.
Ne. 2. 9.10 a. Ill
'" 1 Vn m j.ji!. ...
Ne. 4..'.".'b!(u p! m
Add twentr-slx minutes te Ket city time.
Nes. 19 and 20 nre the Maysvllle accommoda
tion, and Nes. IT and lb the Huntington accom
modation. Nes. 1 and 'i are the fast express
ana aes. a nnu 4 me 1. 1-. v.
Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) Is a solid train with through
dlnlmr car and Pullman sleeper te Washing
ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia nud New Yerk.
Through Pullman sleeper te Itlchmei'd, Va.,
and Old Point Comfert. Ne. 2 Is a solid train
with Pullmnu 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
BiUOa. m. for Paris, Lex
Ington, Cincinnati, ltlcli-
mend. Stnnlerd. Mr.
lngsten, Jolllce, Mlddlcsboreugh, Cumberland
Gap, Frankfort. Louisville and points en N.
N. and M. V., Eastern Division.
Leaves Maysvllle at 1:45 p. ra. for Paris, Cin
cinnati, Lexington, Winchester. Hlchmend
and points en N. N. and M. V., Eastern Divis
Arrive at Maysvllle at 10.00 a. m. and 8:45
AH trains daily except Sunday.
Add twenty-six minutes te get city tlme.
DIRECT IIOUTE WEST
The Ohie and Mtetmlp'
Is the short line be
tweon 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 O. and M. trains.
Less than ten hours Is our tlme te St. Leuis,
where our trains make connection In the
Union Depot with trains of nil lines for the
West, Southwest and Northwest.
The Ohie and Mississippi Huilway Is the dl
rect nnd fast line te Louisville.
The Ohie and Mississippi Hallway gives spe
cial attention te colonists going West, elther
slngle or In parties. Our agents nre pre
pared at all times te furnish Information as te
rates and reutes te points West, nnd when
passengers are ready te start wM secure their
tickets at lowest rates nnd attend te check
ing baggage through te destination.
Fer tickets via O. and M. Hallway nnd
further information call en agents of connect
ing lines or address C. W. PAHIS,
Centrul Passenger Agent 0. nnd M. Hall
way, 48 West Fourth Street. Cincinnati, O.
Te Article One of Articles Incorpora
ting the Oftkwoed Distillery Ce.
Article te amend Artlcle I of Articles or In
corporation of Oakwood Distillery Company,
of Maysvllle. Masen county, Kentucky, re
corded In Deed Heek Ne. IU, page 4ti.
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 oltleu In Maysvllle, Kentucky,
Friday, June 3d, 18W2, It was agroed
that tbe corpora te name of said company
be changed lrem Oakwood Distillery Com
pany te Poyntz Brethers Company, and
that horeafter the business of said coriera.
tlen be conducted under tbe corporal e name
of Poyntz Brethers Company. And It was
further agrecd at said meeting thnt lien II.
Poyntz, Secretary and Treasurer of said
Oakwood Distillery Compauy.be nnd he was au
thorized te make preper acknowledgment of
said change of name bofero the Clerk of Ma Ma
eon County Court, and cause same te be pub
lished and recorded as required by law.
I1F.N n. POYNTZ,
Sec. and Trea. of Ookwetxl DMIllcry Ce,
Stat eir Kentuckv, I ,
Maseu County. ""
I, T. M. Poarce, Clerk of the County Court
for the county and state aforesaid, de oertlTy
that the foregoing Instrument of writing was
this day produced te me In said county nud
acknowledged bofero me by Hen II. Poyntz, a
a party thoreto, te be his act and deed, and
ledged for roeord, whoreupon the same. to
gether with this certltloate, hath been duly
ndratlted te record In myelflca.
Olven under rey hnnd this 3d day of June,
m. T. M. PRAIICK. Clerk,
Ily J. 0. Levol, D. 0.
roil PHINTINO neatly and quloklyexeeuted
1 at The Publle Ledger Jeb Hoetni.
E. li. Pearce. Jr
.Martin A, O'llnre
Collector and Treasurer... . It. A. Cochran, Jr
Mersbnl , James Iletlln
Assessor A.N. Huff
Weed and Ceal Inspector U llllam Davis
Wharfmaster CM. Phlster
City Prosecutor J. N. Kohee
City Physician Dr. C.C.Owens
City Undertaker Q. A. Means A: Sen
Keeper Almshouse Mrs. Sarah E. Sapp
Meet First Tlmnday Eveniny in Each Menth.
William II. Cox, President.
(1) W. II. Cox.
(3) Cennrd lludy,
(1) J. C. Pecer,
(2) M. F. Kehee,
(3) C. II. Poarce, Jr.
(1) E. W. Fitzgerald,
(2) II. It. Ulerbewcr,
(3) L. C. Ilattcrman.
(1) Thes. M. Weed.
00 Hebert Flcklln.
(3) II. L. Newell.
(1) Gee. C. Fleming
(2) n. T. Haulman,
(3) J. I. Salisbury.
(2) Polk Hicks.
The figures Indicate the number or years
each Councilman has te serve from January,
Coutldenco Ledgo Ne. 52 Meets Ursl Mon
day nigh t In ench month.
Maseu Ledgo Ne, 342 Meets second Monday
night In each month,
Maysvllle Chapter Ne. 9 Meets third Mon
day night In each month.
Maysvllle Cemmandcry Ne. 10- Meets fourth
Monday night In ench month.
DeKalb Ledgo Ne. 12 Meets e-ery Tuesday
Ulnggeld Ledgo Ne. 27 Meets overy Wednes
Pisgah Encampment Ne. 0 Meets second
nnd fourth Mondays in overy month.
Canten Maysvllle Ne. 2 Meets third Monday
night In each month.
Friendship Ledgo Ne. 42, D. of R. -Meets
first Monday night In each month.
RNIOIITS OF PYTHIAS.
Limestone Ledgo Ne. 3il Meets every Friday
Mnysvllle Division Ne. 0, U. It. Meets first
Tuesday In every month.
p. e. s. A. i
Washington Camp Ne. 3 Meets every Thurs
e. A. II.
Jeseph Helscr Pest Ne. 13 Meets first and
third Saturdays In each month.
M. C. Hutchlns Camrt Ne. 2. S. of V. Meets
first nnd third Wednesday's of the month.
Weman's Kollef Cerps Meets second and
fourth Saturdays In each month.
k. or ii.
Maysvllle Ledge Ne. 2m8. Meets first and
third Tuesdays In each mouth.
St. Patrick's Heuoveleut Society Meets
every second Sunday.
Sodality of the 1). V. M. Meets every Sun
day. Father Mathew Total Abstinence Society
Meets first Sunday In each month.
Ancient Order of Hibernians Meets third
Sunday In ench month.
Knights of St. Jehn Meets every Tuesday
German ltellef Society Meets first Monday
night in each mouth.
Acacia Ledgo Ne. 24, F. A. M. Meets second
Wednedny night In ench month.
Mt. Ilonnen Chapter Ne. 8, It. A. M. Meets
second Friday In each month.
Palestlue Caminnndcry Ne. fl, K. T. Meets
fourth Friday In ench month.
n. u. e. e. F.
Maysvllle Stnr Ledgo Ne. MS. Meets Bret
and third Friday night In each month.
Household et Ituth Ne. 37. Meets second
Thursday night In each month.
DAUOIITEKS OF THE TAOEHNACLi:.
Conge HlvcrTabernacloNe. K). Meets first
Thursday In each month.
DAUtlllTEIlS Or THE OOOD HAMAUITAN.
Evans Ledgo Ne. I). Meets first Wednesday
night In each month,
r. n. r.
Geed Will Ledgo Ne. 40. Meets first Satur
day and third Wednesday night lu ench month.
Yeung's Temple Ne. 44. Meets first Monday
night In ench month.
e. a. u.
McKlnnevan Pest Ne. 100. Meets fourth Sat
urday night In each mouth.
Weman's ltellef Cerps Ne. 2b. Meets first
Tuesday In ench mouth.
Hen. A. E.Cele, Judge Muysvllle
J. H. Sullen. Commonwealth Att'y... Mnysvllle
Hen D. Parry, Clerk Mnysvllle
Allan D.Cele, Master Commissioner. Maysvllle
Masen -At Mnysvllle, Tuesday after the sec
ond Monday In January, April, July and Octo
ber. Fleming At Flemlngsburg, third Monday In
May and November.
Greenup. At Greenup, fourth Monday in
Februury and August.
Lewis At Vanceburg second Mendny In
June nnd December.
Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday after third
Mendny in September and fourth Monday In
MASON COIINTV COU11T.
Meet Second Monday in Each Menth.
Thes. It. Phlster, Presiding Judge. , Maysvllle
Charles D. Newell. County Attorney. Maysvllle
T. M. Pearce, Clerk Maysvllle
Jehn W. Aloxander, Sheriir Maysvllle
J.C. Jeffersen I T.n,.,i1 J Maysllck
Hebert C. Klrlc, Jailer...., Maysvllle
Jehn D. Hoe, Corener Maysvllle
JehnC. Everett, Assessor..... Maysvllle
U. W. Hlnttermun, Scheel Sup't Maysvllle
Quarterly Court meets Tuesday after the
second Monday In March, June, September
and December, and has civil Jurisdiction te
the amount of $200. 1
Maysvllle Ne. 1. Jehn L.Grant, Magistrate,
holds court the first Tuesday In each month,
Jacob Miller, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Tuesday lu each mouth. Wm. Ii, Daw Daw
Maysvllle Ne. 2.-T. J. Pickett, Magistrate
holds court the tlrst Saturday In each month.
William Peppor, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Saturday lu each month. J. U. McNutt,
Dever Jaraes Earnshaw and Frank Luns
ford, Magistrates, held courts en the first and
third Wednesdays In March, June, Scptomber
and December. Jehn ltunyen. Constnble.
Mlnervn O. N. Wcaver and Jeseph 41. Byar.
Magistrates, held courts en the first and third
Thursdays In Mnrch. June, Soptembor and
December. William E. King, Constable.
Qcrronntewn Ieslle 11, Manncn and Win. L.
Woodward, Magistrates, held courts en the
tlrst Friday and third Saturday In March,
June, 8optembcr nud December. William
Sardls J. M. Hall and James II, Grigsby.
Magistrates, held courts en tbe second and
fourth Saturdays In March, June, September
and Docembor. A. J. Suit, Constable
Maysllek-Charles W. Williams and J. D.
Itarmend, Magistrates, held courts en the soe
enil and fourth Fridays In March, June, Sep
tember and December. James It. Hoberson,
Lewlsburg Isaac L. Mcllvaln and Jeseph
M. Aloxander, Magistrates, held courts en the
second and fourth Thursdays In March, June,
September and Docembor. S. M, Strede, Con
stable. Orangeburg M. D. Farrew and Lewls M.
Celils, Magistrates, held courts en tbe first
Saturday and last Monday In March, June,
Scptomber and Docembor. W, II. Coryell,
Washington Edward Delfryand Arthur F.
Weed, Magistrates, held courts en the fourth
Tuesdays and third Wednesdays In March,
June, September and Docembor. Geerge O.
Jiurphyavlllc-Jehn K. Wells and W. W.
Worthlngten, Magistrates, held courts en the
fourth Mondays and third Thursdays In Mareh,
June, Soptembor and Docembor. II. T. Sut
Fern Ixiaf Samuel R. Maslln and Powell II.
Owens, Magistrates, held courts en the second
and fourth Saturdays In Mareh, June, Septem Septom Soptem
bor and Docembor. Charles Walllngferd, Con Cen Cen
stabeo, llulena-william Luttrell and Jeseph W
naterann. Magistrates, held courts en the sec
ond and fourth Wednesday In March. June,
September and December. James It, Farrew,
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