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IThe Editor of Tne Lt-dekr Is net rcsponsl rcspensl rcsponsl
ble for the opinions oxpressod by Correspond-
ii ents: but nothing reflecting upon thechnrac-
t.torfer habit of any person will be admitted
He tboee columns.!
v KrCerrarimulenta will pirate tend Letter se
a tereaeh u net later than 9o'cleck a. m. Olr
fact in a few wartU a possible. We want
new tn thi department, ami net advertMna
notices or veluteal araumfint.
The following ere nuthorized Agents for
TnK Public Lr.rxiEK In their respective local
Ateranbura Matthew Heffman.
Helena Hebert U. Cord.
Minera Frank W. Hawcs.
Kardf U. O.Grl8'by.
OratitfcJjun C. It. Itess.
Sprinudale C. C. Degman.
, Maysllek Charles wheeler.
Vanc4t)urg Mrs. Jennle Stewart.
ii. uarmei Hewy hoxwermy.
i. Auaxuta LeanderTully.
IVfd-Jeseph V. Williams.
, Blucltck Spring J. H, Hunter.
Subscribers will snve the trouble of letter
writing by paying their subscriptions te the
Agent at their place.
Hon.Jebn P.McCurtney, ltcpubllcnn cnndl
aiktb for Congress, will speak ut the following
pluses and times:
Mnysvllle. at night, Thursday, November 3d.
Petersvllle, Saturday, November fith.
Ilurtenvllle, at night, Saturday, Nevem-
. Flemlngsburg, at night, Monday, Novem Nevom Nevem
H. ber 7th.
, Hen. Themas H. Paynter. Demoenitlc can
didate, Is respectfully Invited te be present
and a proper Ulvlslpnef time will be accorded.
Hen. William A. Byren, Hepubllean can
didate for Commonwealth Attorney, will
address the citizens of Leu Is county as
" Concord, Thursday, Nevember 3d, at 1
' p. m.
Vanceburg, Thursday, November 3d, at
illankcnshlp's, Friday, November tth, at 1
Petersvllle, Saturday, Nevember Sth, at 1
Everybody, and especially ladles, Invited te
attend the meetings.
Themas A. Davis will address the people, of
Lewis county at the following places and
Concord, Thursday, November 3d, at 1
o'clock p. m.
The ladles, people or all parties, and espe
cially the old soldiers, are cordially Invited te
' What has become of our correspondents?"
Well let's see. Lecal Items of any note are
scarce as hen's teeth and correspondents are
reading up the new election law and practic
ing en the Australian ballet, preparing for the
Hepubllean blizzard that will sweep ever our
country from the Atlantic te the Pacific en
the 6th Inst.
Themas A. Davis, Eq., Postmaster of Mays Mays Mays
vlllospeko hore Tuesday night te a geed audi
ence of Republicans and Democrats en the
political Issues of the clay. Mr. Davis made
some geed points en the Tariff question, show
ing very plainly that the Importer paid the
duty and net the consumer. One geed Demo
crat wanted te knew why sugar had gene up
in price and will new have something te think
about, because he was Informed by the
speaker that sugar was en the f ree list. The
wildcat money plan or state bank se many
lays after date we premise- te pay when we
1 plcase was handled without gloves. We
might go en and tell all the geed things said
about the force bill and the duty en bibles and
playing cards, hew the speaker give away Mr.
Paynter for telling peeple that bibles were
taxed and cards en the free list; also haw Mr.
Paynter claims te be the soldiers' friend, but
voted against the Dopcndeut Pension bill.
CANT BE " INFLUEN ED.'
Themas Oastley, a High-minded Irishman,
Cannet bs Bought With 0 cial Position.
Te HV" It May Cencern: The position of
. "Vlce-Presldent of the Domecratlo Club at
Helena was unsolicited by me, and will In
newise Atfoct.m-rvete. I shall cast my ballet
"for Cochran and Byren, the Slngle X Demo Deme
, cratla Club of Helena te the contrary not
withstanding. Themas Gantley.
BE PUBLICAN BPEAKINQ.
ToLLESneuo, November 3d.
' Geerge W. Adair, Esq., of Muysvllle ud
dressed a largtf and enthusiastic audience at
Ruggles Hall In this place yesterday ovenlng
'en the political Issues of the day. Notwith
standing the Inclomency of the weather the
large hall was well filled with an audlence
chiefly composed of voters. Mr. Adair speke
for ncaly two hours and was frequently Inter
rupted by entbuslastle applause. Our Dome
cratle friends were very much taken with the
Idea of tbe competency of the man te wear
the Judicial ermine, the Republican candidate
.for Circuit' Judge.
Maysviixe, Kr., Nevember 1st, 18tti.
Te the Commander and Comrade of Jeneph
Iletter Pout Se. 13, O. A. It.: Your committee
selected te prepare a memorial en the death
of Comrade Jsmes Ilellln submit the fellow
The death of Comrade James Hetlln hns re ro re
meved from our midst one of the most e in
dent, honored and dearly beleved comrades.
1 He was a remarkable man and hed a most
'remarkable career. When but a youth he en-
listeu en August a, imu, as a pnvate in com
pany ,D, Tenth Regiment Kontueky Volunteer
Cavalry, and after a brave and soldierly ca
reer therein be was honorably discharged
when that reglment's time bad expired.
Full of patriotic loveof his country he again
entered the Union Army, enlisting In Com
pany II, Elerenth Kentucky Cuvalry. He was
promoted te the position of Sorgeant, and It
wu whilst a member of the latter command
that his sterling bravery upon many a battle
Held nd hla many skirmishes brought him
c prominently lote notlce, and hed the war con
tinued longer he would bave attatned otnl etnl otnl
scneo. Hq wu finally honorably discharged from
" the military service Julv 25th. lBCi. and was
, , Milt a young man when be roturned te his
He has Oiled the offlce of Cltr Marshal for
jiHMWf years, and In such an efficient manner
(m te acqulre almost National repute as a fenr-
-, .,!, shrewd and unainehlng olnecr. He
I, , u t--tt.At unit malntalniul Vin nAnflilnnnA a rA
IwMier of the community te the hour of bis
it-mb, whleh oeourrod Soptembor 17th, ltMJ.
j, Cowrade Hetlln was for awhlle la the pub
H MTVlee m a Deputy United Btatcs Marshal,
m-4 made a number or hair breadth escapes
1 krhNrlnff te Justice tbe dosperadooi of Kat.
apjH Kwttueky enimrcd In tbe violation of the
If WM wan of marked ability, full of
KBSTVCKT WKATHKIt RKVOItT.
What We .Viij Expect IMterett Ihli Time
nwl To-3lerroc Keening.
rm: ledger's weather ski sals.
White streamer rAius line kain or snows
With Blrtrfc ABOVE 'twill WAKMEIl grew.
If Iilach'x nr.NKATH cet.DEH 'twill be;
Unless Mack' shown no change we'll soe.
SWThe abeve forecasts nre made ter a
period of thirty-six hours, ending at 8 o'clock
neble generosity, and his purse and tlrae were
at the servlce or the deserving who needed a
helping hand. It can be truthfully said of
him, that no need, deserving comrade ever
appealed te him In vain ler aid.
no was a true patriot, anu nonerou citizen,
a loving comrade. He loved his home, and
his llte struggle was ter his wlte and children.
This community mourns his death, and our
Pest deplores It. We tender te his wife and
children our profoundest and deepest sym
pathy. Samuel Paxeiiuun,
M. C. Hl'TCIMNS,
O. M. Williams.
Phaykii-meetine service of the M. E.
Church, Seuth, will be heltl in the Court
housethls week en Friday instead of
Thursday us usual, nml will be the last
service of this church te be held there
before removing te the new church
SECRETARIES OF STATE.
There Wer Just Thirty of Thin Before
Petter Came In.
Secretary Fester is the thirty-first oc
cupant of the ofQce. Seven ent of the
thirty who preceded him became presi
dent Jeffersen, Madisen, Menree, Jehn
Qulncy Adams, Van Burcn and Buchan
an. One, Jehn Marshall, became chief
justice of the supreme court. Many of
the ethers were the leaders of the par
ties who missed the presidency only by
the accidents of politics. As Mr. Fester
leeks ever the list of these who held the
office before him he may well cengratu
late nunscli, says the ftcw Yerk Adver
tiser, en getting into such distinguished
In addition te the great names already
mentioned, leek at the ethers: Edmund
Randelph, Timethy Pickering, Rebert
Smith, Henry Clay, Edward Living
ston, Leuis McLane, Jehn Forsyth,
Daniel Webster, Hugh Legare, Abel P.
Upshur, Jehn C Calhoun, Jehn M. Clay Clay
eon, Edward Everett, WllHamM. Marcy,
Lewis Cass, Jeremiah S. Black, William
IL Seward, Elihu B. Washburnc, Ham
ilton Fish, William M. Evarts, F. T.
Frellnghuysen, Themas F. Bayard and
James O. Blaine,
Twe of these served at different
times and under different presi
dentsWebster under William Henry
Ilnrrisen and Fillmore, and Blalne
under Garfield and Benjamin Harri
son. There are new two Secretaries
Fester and two cabinet officers from
one state. Fer the latter there are
many precedent-, but for the farmer
none, this being the first time that two
men of the same name have ever sat in
a cabinet together.
Fikk and Accident Ins. W. It. Warder.
EDMI8T0N & KINNEMAN, Mgrs.
MONDAY, NOV. 7th
Supported by Miss Adelald Fltzallen and n se
lect company et players In his great perform
With special scenery and costumes. Seats
new en sule at Nelsen's. Prices: First four
rows In parquet?!: rest of parquet 7S cents;
dress clrcle CO cents; Ilalceny &0 cents; Gal
lery 25 cents.
WHITE, JUDD & CO.
-Are still In the-
At Ne. 42 W. Second Street.
I have three improved farms,
four miles from Millerstmrg,
that must be sold te settle Mrs.
Hannah Sandusky's Estate.
The land is excellent.
J. B. SANDUSKY,
I'INOKARD, KY. AdwiHtetrater.
VlttlTyeI the heading of "Help
H'art'i," " Lett," " Found," Ac., of an accepta
vit nature, and net te exceed three line, en thlt
page, are FREE ta all.
tSTlfe DuMnet Advcrtincmea Inserted with'
If answen fail te come theflnt time, we invite
a man rrpcttttefis a ar ncetttary te nenre
what ieu advertUe for. We with the advcrtlnere
te feel that they are net impeting en us by using
our free columns.
Advertisements can be left at our efllct or tent
through the mail te
TUB PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY,
Se. 10 E. Third Street.
IXfANTED Twe strlpper beyi
s. Apply te
LOST, STItAYED OH STOLEN Frem, my
stable en the night of October 31st, a bay
Herse, two whlte hind fect, whlte toce, flve
years old. A liberal reward will be paid for
his return te 11. V. DKYDEN. Fifth Ward.
"WANTED-A small Platform Scale. Ap-
ply te nitlOHTMAN DUOTHEHS, at
Adams Express ollice.
WANTED A geed girl te de general heuse
work. J. H. ROWLAND. Principal High
ANTED-Oftice Hey. Apply te DHS.
STHODK & SAMUEL.
WANTED The thief who stele Geerge N.
Crawlerd's Wheelbarrow te return
7ANTED-IHack8mlth: must be a geed
11 horseshoor. Stcadv Jeb and geed pay
te right man. FHANK DUNCAN. Sardls. Ky.
WANTED-A geed boy. Apply te W. D.
HIXON at Public Library.
WANTED-Inilles te kne,v tlmt Mrs Hl9
i of the Sixth Ward weaves carpet at Ne.
1213 Ferest avenue.
WANTED An Upright Piane In geed con
dltlen te rent. Apply without delay at
the Convent In this city.
"TfANTED A girl te de general heuse
work. Apply te MHS. JOHN M.KAINS,
lit! est Se?end street,
WANTED-Ladles te knew that Miss Eva
DeAtley is carrying en a Dressmaking
establishment In the Sixth Ward, nnd would
llke te have them call.
I710KSALE A square Base Hurner Steve,
J will sell cheap. W. H. FUEDEIUCK,
3710 It SALE OH HENT-The deslrable resl
? dence of Hev. II. W. Mebaue. East Fourth
Fer terms apply te Hev. II. W. Me-
bane or M. C
HUTCHINS. Maonle Temple.
"171011 SALE A large Cooking Steve,
heater nml tenk: will sell very
cheap: In geed order. A. II. GHEENWOOD,
i'nint stere, second street.
SALE Second-hand safe. wardrebe
-D and etUcc desk.
Ann vteG. W. OEISEL.
FOK ItENT OK SALE-My resldence below
town known ns "Itlvorslde." If rented.
can have use of herse nnd two cows. Apply
at ence te A. J. McDOUGLE or H. C. Mc-
FOR SALE OH THADE-A geed herse and
Jersey milch cow. S. PANGHUHN. M.D.
371011 HENT Adamsen house en West Sec
' end street. Apply te W. D. COCHHAN,
I7IOK HENT-A small
: street. Fifth Ward.
cettage en Wnlnut
Apply te MISS JEN-
FOR HENT Modern Cettage en Cem
street, Fifth Ward. Fer terms, ic,
at Adams' Express Ollice.
LOST-Hotwcen the Postellleo and West
End. n bunch of 5 Keys. Plcase return
te this ollice.
' OST A sllver Clasp marked M. M. F.
J Please return te this elllce.
LOST A pair of geld Spectacles Sunday
mernlpgclther In Courtheusoor en Third
street between Court nnd 'Plum. Return te
Mrs. M. G. Clarke, .IK East Third street, and
LOST A pair of geld rimmed Nese-glassos
In street car or at cemetery. Sultable
reward for their return te M. C. RUSSELL.
OST Geld medal awarded 1880 by Sisters
J of Visitation. Return te this ollice.
OST Child's Hrcastpln en Frent avenue,
I en Columbus Day. Return te this elllee.
LOST On Octeber 22d. between Ice factory
and tellgate en Maysvllle and Lexington
Plke, Pocket-book containing ?1-'. Sultable
reward If returned te this ollice.
LOST-A lady's silk Handkerchler. Finder
plcase leave at Mrs. Knte lllerlev's and
LOST-W 70 nt Mt. Olivet Octeber 17th.
Finder return sumo te this ollice and be
LOST A leather Deg Cellar, with Tag Ne. 82
nnd name of Q. A. Means attached. The
Under will plense leave with Q. A. MEANS.
M.C. Russell & Sen
will be found en the
(luring the bulldliifi of their new
Call anil See Them.
Te Article Otie of Articles Incorpora
ting tlie Oakwood Distillery Ce.
Aiiticle le amend Artlcle I of Articles of In
corporation of Oakwood Distillery Company,
of Maysvllle, Masen county, Kcntueky, re
corded In Deed Heek Ne. K). page WJ.
He It known te all whom It mar concern,
that at a meeting of the stockholders of the
Oakwood Distillery Company, Maysvllle,
held at Its ollice in Maysvllle, Kontueky,
Friday, June 3d, 1893, It was agroed
that the corporate name of Bald company
be changed from Oakwood Distillery Cem-
fiany te Poyntz II ret hers Company, and
hat horeaftor the buslness of said corpora
tion be conducted under the oerporato nnme
of Poyntz Hrethcrs Company. And it was
further agreed at said meeting that Hen II.
Poyntz, Secretary and Troasurer of said
Oakwood Distillery Company.be and he was au
thorized te make proper acknowledgment of
said ohange of name bofero the Clerk of Ma Ma
eon County Court, and cause same te be pub
lished and recorded as required by law.
URN H. POYNTZ,
See. and Treat, of Oakwood Distillery Ce.
StATE Or KENTUCKY, I q,,
Masen County. I3"'
I, T. M. Pearce, 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 nnd
aoknewlodrod bofero me by Hen II. Poyntz, a
party thereto, te be his net and deed, and
ledged for roeord, whereupon the same, to
gether with this oertltlcatq, hath been duly
admitted te. roeord In my offlce.
Olven under my hand this Ud day of June,
19SW. T.M.PKAKCK. Clerk,
IlyJ.C. Levol, O.O.
V-B-- ' V ,- -M&rJka
We are shewiu? the largest ami handsomest line ever carried by
us, and in styles that cannot be found elsewhere. Our garments are
uii8iiri)assed In lit, finish and material. Our prices kr flrst-class
goods will be found very low. Remember, we sell an elegant
I P. J. MURPHY,
SUCCF.SSOR TO HOPl'EK &. MUIU'HY.
THOMAS J. CHEN0WETH,
FOIl APPELLATE JUDOK.
We are authorized te anneunce Judge W. H.
HOLT ns u candldate for ro-electlon as Judge
of the Court of Appeals at the November
FOIl CIIICUIT JUDOE.
We are authorized te aunounce A. M. J.
COCHHAN as a candidate for Circuit Judge of
the Nlnotcenth Judicial District at the No Ne Ne
vemeor olectlen, 18U2.
We are authorized te anneunce J. C. JEF
FEItSON as the Democratic candidate for
Shcrltr of Masen county at the olectlen te be
held Tuesday, November 8th IMS.'.
FOIl MA YOU.
We are authorized te anneunce E. E.
PEAKCE. Jr.. ns a candldate for ro-electlon te
the ollice of Mayer at the ensuing election for
FOH CITY MARSHAL.
We are authorized te anneunce M. E. Mo Me
KELLUP bb a candldate for City Marshal at
the ensuing January election.
We nre authorized te anneunce E. W. FITZ
GEHALD as a candldate for Marshal at the
ensuing city election.
We nre authorized te announce JOHN W.
ALEXANDEH as a candldate for City Marshal
at the ensulng January election.
We nre authorized te anneunce JOHN V.
DAY as a candldate for City Marshal at the
ensulng January election.
We are authorized te anneunce JAMES
HEDMOND as a candldate for City Marshal at
the ensuing January election.
FOH CITY CLEHK.
We are authorized te anneunce HAKHY C.
McDOUGLE as n candldate for City Clerk at
the ensuing January election.
We are authorized te anneunce MAHTIN A.
O'HAKi: as n candldate for ro-electlon te the
ollice of City Clerk nt the ensulng city oloo eloo oleo
tlon. FOH ABSESSnil.
We are authorized te anneunce CHAttLES
D. SIIEPAHD as a candldate for City Assessor
at tbe ensuing city olectlon.
We are authorized te anneunce F. W.
I1AUP.U as a candldate for City Assessor at
the ensuing city election.
FOH COI.LKCTOIt AND THEASUHEH.
We are authorized te anneunce It. A. COCH
HAN, Jr., as a candldate for the ollice of
Collector and Treasurer at the ensuing city
We are authorized te anneunce JAMES W,
FITZGEltALD as a candldate for Collector
and Troasurer at the ensuing city election.
We are authorized te anneunce HOKATIO
FICKLINforCellcotor and Treasurer at the
ensuing city electien:
We are authorized te aunounce JOHN T.
MAHTIN as a candldate for Councilman from
the Fourth Ward.
We are authorized te anneunce 0. W. WAH
DLE as n candldate for Councilman from the
AND CEMETEEY W011K,
In Clranti and ifarbU.
M. R. GILM0BF,
108 W. Hkcend Btui-wt, MAYSVILLE, KY.
WFree-itene Building Werk, Bldewalki,.ic., at
Frent, and Main Streets,
.amekt, CONCORD, KY.
MWLYrUKXMHKbl EVKKYTHIX0 NK8T-CWHS.
AT $5 00, $7 50 AND $10 00.
BROWNING & CO.
Repairing of all Kinds
FOUNTAIN JL JJilM (j
JOHN HOM.ANP MAKE.
Ne. 1 complete' f 1 00
Ne. 2 complete , l no
Ne. 4 cemplete e
Ne. 6 complete 3 10
Ne. 0 complete . (in
Lady's Fountain, geld trimming 2 25
Try ene pound Ph. Hakes Dundee Linen
Paper, 108 sheets aud SO envelopes ferfiO rents,
ruled or plain, elegant and geed. This Is a
EMBOSSED WALL PAPER!
t), 10, 12Vi and 15 cents iter belt, te tnnke room
for new goods. Wall Paper will be higher in
SSTry the Peerless Wall Paper Cleattf r.
J. T. Kacldey & Ce.
T. H. N. SMITH. DENTIST !
The latent Lecal Anasthettc for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Fer keeping your tceth and gums In order
use Sapenla, best teeth wash known te the
world. Ollice. Second street.
COCHHAN & SONS, ""
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
UOT1T. A. COCHHAN,
A. V. J. COCHHAN
WM. D. COCHRAN
Small, the Tailor
CAN HE FOOND AT HIS
EMPORIUM of FASHION
Ne. HO Market Street,
Opposite Central Hetel.
Dr. J. H. SAMUEL,
Ex-rexldent Surgeon Geed Rumarltnn Hospital,
Bx-actlng Huperlntendtnt Leugvlew
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office and Hwldt-ueei
Third Street, one Doer Wat of Market.
J. J. MTZGEMLD,
Plumber, Gns ami Steam Fitter!
41 West Second Street,
Jewel Pas Steves. MAYSVILLE, KY.
W.H.WAD8WOUTH, Sit. W. H. WADSWOIITII, Jit.
WADSWOUTH Si SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
The general practice of Law.
Gee. M. dinger & Sen,
MUCK MASONS AND CONTRACTORS t
Estimates made en all claiiei of Werk.
Leck Bex 417, MAYSVILLE, KY.
0. W. WARDLE,
Zweltrart'i Bleck, Second and Sutten Streets.
.When havlitir Teeth Extracted take (las. Ab
solutely PaleltM and Hate.
JOD I'KINTINO neatly and quickly executed
at The I'ublk) Ledjter Jeb Koetus,
BAXKAB eXMHTXa. - '".
Cincinnati Division chesapbakb andohie." ,
Add twenty.slx minutes te get city tlrae.
Nes. 10 and 80 are the Maysvllle accommoda
tion, and Nes. IT nnd It) the Huntington accom
modation. Nes. 1 and 2 nre the fast express
and Nes. 3 and 4 the F. F. V.
Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) Is a solid train with through
dining enr and Pullman sloepors te Washing
ton, Daltlmore, Philadelphia and New Yerk.
Through Pullman sloeper te Htchmend, Vn.
aud Old Point Comfert. Ne. 2 Is a solid train
with Pullman sleeper te Washington, making
all Eastera and Southeastern connections.
Tbe accommodation trains are dally except
Sunday; the rest are dally.
Direct connection nt Cincinnati for points
West and Seuth.
Leavos Maysvllle at
5 :30 a. m. f or Paris, Lex
ington, Cincinnati, Rich
mond. Stanford. Liv
ingsten, Jolllce, Mlddtosberough, Cumberland
Gap, Fraukfert, Loulsvllle nnd points en N.
N. and M. V Eastern Division.
Leaves Maysvllle at 1:45 p. m. for Paris, Cin
cinnati, Loxiugten, Winchester, Richmond
aud points en N. N. and M. V., Eastera Divis
Arrtve at Ma-svllle at 10.00 a. m. and 8:15
All trains daily except Sunday.
Add twenty-six minutes te get city tlme.
DIRECT HOUTC WEST
The Ohie and Mttstettif
Is the short line be
tween Cincinnati and
St. Louts, 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 tlme te St. Leuis,
where our trains make connection In the
Union Depot with trains of nil lines for the
West, Southwest nnd Northwest.
The Ohie and Mississippi Hallway Is the di
rect and fast line te Loulsvllle.
The Ohie nnd Mississippi Hallway glves spe
cial attention te colonists going west, either
slngle or In parties. Our agents are pro pre
pared at all times te furnish Information as te
rates and routes te points Wrst, nnd when
passengers nre ready te start w'il scoure their
tickets at lowest rates and attend te check
lng bnggnge through te destination.
Fer tickets via O. and M. Hallway and
further Information call en agents of connect
ing lines or address C. W. PAHIS.
Central Passenger Agent O. and M. Hall
way, 43 West Fourth Street. Cincinnati. O.
mm mm store.
A First-class LI110 of
Found iu a Drng Stere.
POWJiE & BEYN0IDS.
M PURE DRUGS!
Paints nnd Oils. Beat Brushes,
Finest Soaps aud Perfumes, the
Choicest Assortment of Fancy v
Goods, Greatest Variety of Lamps
All for sale by
J. JAMES WOOD,
DRUGGIST, Maysvllle Ky.
Prescriptions at all hours prepared with
care and accuracy by William' C. Weed,
There is nothing
mere dangerous, und
nothing mere certain
te brjng en disease
than impure water:
and while ,
is at our very deer
you can provent it
from this source ef
fectually and perma
nently if you use a
It is germ proof. Fer saley
S. B. OLDHAM, Sole Agent.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
First That Alten Orover, Calvert C. Arthur,
Edward F. Hernden, Henry A. Hoes, H. W.
Hees and William Manley na70 bocemo In
corporated by vlrtue of the previsions of the
QoneralStatutosof Kentucky under Hie name
of Shannen and Ferman Chapel Turnpike
Company, and thoprlnelpalplaooof transact- ,
lng business Is at the resldence of Jehn II.
Horndeti, Esq., Masen county, Ky.
Second The nature of tee business pro
posed te be transacted Is the oenstruotlon,
tnalntonance and operation of a turnplke
read from the Sardls Turnplke Head near the
forks of Shannen creek te Fleralng county
line near Fermun's ChKpel, a dlstance of
about two and a balf mlles.
Third The capital stock of said corpora
tion is six thousand dollars, In shares of
twenty-five dollars each, the prlvate stoek te be
paid In upon call of the Directors, and tbe '
stock of Masen county In nccordaneo with ro re ro
qulremontsof theorderor the Court of Claims
of Masen county.
Fourth Said oerporntlon shall oemmonco
buslness ns seen as two thousand dollars Is
subscribed te thecapitnl stock and shalloen
tlnue In oxlstenco fifty years.
Fifth The affairs of the corporation are te
be conducted by a President and a Beard of
Directors, tlve In number, a Seoretary and
Treasurer, all of whom are te be stockholders
In said corporation. The first set of otneers
shall be Allen Grevor, President: II. W. Hoes.
Calvert O. Arthur, Edward F. Hernden, Wit
Hum Manley nnd Henry A. Hoes, Dlreoterst
Edward F. Hernden, Secretnry: H. W. Hees. K
Treasurer, and they shall held their efflecs
until the first Monday tn April, 1810, and until
thelr successors are cbosen and nuallned: and
overy first Monday In April thoreaftor a Pres
Ident nnd Heard of Directors shall be ohesen
by the stockholders, nnd a Seoretary and
Treasurer by the President and Heard of Di
rectors te held for the ensulng year and until
their successors are oheson aud qualified.
81xth-The Indebtodnesi of said oerporu
tlen shall at no tlme oxeced the sum of flve
Seventh The prlvate property of the stoek
holders is te be oxempt from tbe oerporato
debts of said oerporntlon.
April liltu, IfcW.
CALVERT O. AKTHmt.
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