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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 7, 18S3.
Farmek Fowi.ek now may hold
His hend high in the air,
Because no's got the boys down
And bent 'em everywhere.
And ho has taught 'em eveiy one
A lesson short nnd sweet,
And tbnt is Unit they don't know how
To bent him growing wheat.
No news from the street cars to-day.
- I I
The well nt the ice factory is now forty
The steamer Ohio is now ninning as a
The grape crop in this neighborhood
promises to ho a very fine one.
A oitKAT many cases of whooping
cough are reported in the First Ward.
County Court will bo held on Monday
and Circuit Court will begin on Tuesday.
The individual deposits of tho three
Maysvillo, bants aggregate about one
II aulas Cleveland, of Augusta, was
seriously injured u few days ago by fall
ing from a bicycle.
A street railway is talked of at Paris.
The establishment of tho railroad machine
shops thero started tho project.
A house belonging to Joseph McCane
had its throat cut a few days ago, near
Augusta, by running against uwire fence.
From this date until tho first of September
tho dry goods store of A. E.
Glascock& Co., will be closedat 0:30 p. m.
Machine mado ice will bo sold in
Maysvillo at half a cont a pound, and it
will bo the best our citizens havo ever
Messrs. John O'Doonell and Martin
Hanley are painting their Market street
business houses. Thoy have been much
The Southern Tresbyterian parsonage
was sold this morning to Mr. C S. Leach
for $3,700 cash. It will bo occupied by
Mr. Leach as a residence.
Charley Alexander, son of Octavius
Alexander, a well known colored man of
East Maysville, and a good, well-behaved
lad, 'is very sick and is not expected to
In digging tho cellnr of tho new tobacco
warehouse, yesterday, at tho depth
of twelve feet, tho workmen found an
iron cannon ball that weighed eight and
one-half pounds. How it got there and
when, is a mystery.
The funeral of George H. Noyes, the
little son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Noyes,
will take place from tho family residence
to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, after
services by Rev. S. B. Aldcrson, of tho
On Friday afternoon Thomas Delanoy,
while engaged tearing down an old
brick building in the rear of a house on
Front street near Cooper's alloy, fell
from the wall and was badly cut on the
loft shoulder and head.
Mr. John J. Collins, manager of tho
Frederick Varde Combination, who was
a passenger by tho Fleetwood from Cincinnati,
on the, 3d inst., lost a package
containing $953 in bank bills. It is supposed
to havo been dropped ovorboard.
The regular quarterly communion services
of tho Southern Presbyterian
Church will bo held in' the church on
Third street Sabbath morning after sermon,
Rev. S. II. Chester officiating.
Preaching at night by R. E. Ervin, of
The c.iso of tho Rev. Klisha Green
against Dr. G. T. Gould, was called at
Paris on tho 4th inst., but was postponed
until tho October tenn of tho Circuit
Court. The postponement was at the
instance of Dr. Gould, who desired to
have present as witnesses several young
ladies who are now in tho South.
The first loads of now wheat and barley
that havJ been brought to Maysville
this season were delivered this morning
to Messrs. A Finch & Co. Both were of
fino quality and fully equal to tho best
grown in this neighborhood for several
years past. Tho wheat yielded
bushels to tho acre, tho barloy about
thirty-two bushels, and wore grown on
tho farm of W. II. Fowler near Mays-lick.
We would call attention to tho advertisement
in another column of the
" Black Bearded Centennial Wheat," offered
for sulo by Prof. C. J. Hall. This
wheat haa yiolded over GO bushels per
acre, weighing 08 pounds per bushol.
Mr. Hall has a letter from tho" grower of
tho wheat, giving information as to its
productiveness, which ho will bo pleased
to show. As tho supply for salo is very
small, persons desiring tho wheat would
do well to order nt once.
Miss Queen Givons has returned home.
Mr. Brainard T. Smith is in the city
'dquiro M. F. Marsh has returned from
Miss Bell Davis Phister is visiting
friends nt Paris.
Mr. C. S. Miner is in tho East buying
merchandise for his firm.
Miss Anna Darnell has returned trom
a visit to friends at Cincinnati.
Hon W. II. Wadsworth went to Cincinnati
yesterday on legal business.
Mr. John Simons and wife, of Felicity,
Ohio, are tho guests of Mrs. Givons.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Harrison are tho
guests of tho family of Mr. W. II. Wads-worth,
Miss Anna McDougle started on the
Bonanza yesterday, on a visit to friends
Helen, the youngest daughter of Mr.
W. H. Wadsworth, jr , is very ill with
Misses Hattio and Lizzie Filson left
this morning for a visit to their sister,
Mrs. Dr. Carter, of Eastern Kentucky.
Mr. G. Thomas Felthus, of this city,
left on the morning train for a visit to
friends and relatives at FIemingsburg,Ky.
Mrs. S. Salomon, left for Paris this
morning, and on her next visit to the city
hopes to see it dluminated by electricity,.
Mr. Sam. Cochran, of Covington, was
married a few d ivs ago to Miss Sue Hig-gins,
of Fayette county. They w ill live
at Dallas, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Gilman have returned
to their home in Builalo, N. Y.
They will shortly remove to St. Paul,
Minn., where Mr. Gilman will go into
Miss Bessie Wadsworth has returned
homo from her visit to her brother in
New Yoik. Sho was accompanied by
her brother Jack, who brought his friend
Mr. Cole, who will visit awhile in Kentucky.
The engagement is announced of Sir
Charles Wolseley, Baronet, of Wolseloy,
Staffordshire, Emrland, and Miss Murphy,
eldest daughter of Mr. D. T. Murphy, 49
Queen's Gate, London, formerly of Lexington,
Rev. J. W. Jones, of Richmond, Va.,
Secretary of tho Southern Historical Society,
has consented to attend the re-union
of Morgan's men, at Lexington, on
the 24th, 25th and 20th insts., and to address
the mon on the subject of tho
' Boys in Gray."
Rev. F. S. Pollitt will preach on Lawrence
Creek to-morrow morning at 11
o'clock, and in Chester at 8 o'clock in
Rev. Mr. Agster, of Ripley, will hold
services to-morrow in the German Lutheran
church. The friends of the congregation
are cordially invited to be present.
Rev. M. D. Reynolds will take for his
subjects next Sunday tho following:
Morning: "The Church under the
Symbol of a Vineyard." Evening : " Israel's
Clamor for a King."
Rev. S. B. Aldcrson preaches at tho
Chapel to-morrow. In the morning a
sermon to tho young men on " Pernicious
Social Customs." Evening subject :
"Paul's Defense of his Apostleship."
Thero will bo preaching at tho Lawrence
Creek Christian Church to-morrow
aftorn'oon, by Rev. A. N. Gilbert. Services
will begin promptly at 4 o'clock.
All are cordially invited to be present.
Rev. R. L. Thurman, of the Baptist
Church, will preach at Minerva to-morrow
at 11 o'clock a. in. He is tho agent
in this State for Foreign Missions, and is
an able preacher. The public is cordially
invited to be piesont.
Rev. A. N. Gilboit will preach at the
Christian Church to-morrow morning
and night. The morning service begins
promptly at 10:45 o'clock. Subject of
tho ovening lecture: " Daniel in tho Den
of Lions." Tho evening service continues
just one hour.
Sunday School Convention.
Tho Eighth Annual Convention of tho
Mason County Sunday School Association
will bo held Friday, August 3d,
at Orangeburg, in tho M. E. Church,
South. All persons interested in Sabbath
School work aro cordially invited
to attend. Tho programmo is as follows :
10:00 n. m. Dovotlonnl Exorcises, conducted by
10:15 u. in. "True Conception of the Sunday
School Work, on tho Part of tho Worker"
Ite M. 1). Reynolds
10:15 n. m. Topla dismissed In Voluntaiy
Speeches of flvo mluutes each.
11:15 a.m. "Tho Sunday School Institution
Plant, Blossom, Fruit"...Rev. A. N. Gilbert
11:45 u. m. Discussed lu Voluntary Speeches ot
live minutes each.
12:15 n. m. Distribution of Sllpsfor" Question
2:00 p. ra Prayer
Business Mooting; Heceptlou of Reports
of Schools j Election of Olllcers lor Ensuing
year; Eleotlouof Delegates to State
2:00 n. m. Opening of "Question Drawer;"
Questions Answered in live minute
Speeches by Voluuteor Speakers.
4:00 p. in. Opening of " Auswer Box;" Answers
Discussed lu five minute Speeohes.
Resolutions of Respect.
Tho following resolutions of respect to
the memory of tho late James A. Johnson
were adopted at a ineetim: of the
Board of Directors of the Mvsville
Cemetery Company, hold July Oth, 18S3:
Tho Dimtd of Dhectors of the Maysville
Cemetery Company nave heaul with regret
of the death of their late issoclate, James A.
Johnson, and desiring to slgnity tholr lespoct
tor his memory, do now
Jtenlve, That tho late James A. Johnson, lor
many yeats as Dliector and Tiensuior of this
Company, commended hlmelf totheregatd
of his associates by his unlfoimly, upilght
conduct, and was Justly esteemed in the community
as a citizen ot exact business habits,
amiable, social manners, and good repute.
That we tender to his widow and family,
our sincere condolence In thelrgroat
That the Clerk of this Board prepare n copy
of these lesolutfons to be furnished to the
widow and family, and a copy also to bo published
In the city papers.
Tho Dramatic Company
have m rived) in the city and will appear
at the Opera House this evening in Rose-
dale, or tho Ride Ball, a play that has hud
a long and successful run in the large
cities. The company is a very excellent
one and will give a unlet
munt. A large audience ougtit to be
piesent this eveniiw.
Miss Etta Evetett has organized a
dancing class at Paris. She is a teacher
of experience :. 1 is thornughlv qualified.
At a recent meeting of tin Neptune
Fire Coiii my the followim: olllcers were
elected to terve tor the ensuing bix
Piesldent Then. Lowiy.
Vice Piusldetit 1. M. Lull.
HeeielHiy Jnine I'm hell.
Tieuuier Koiji. Flckltu.
Messeu.ui Tun-. Wan tee.
Chief ot Hose K. W. Higeinld.
Mil. S. Salomon intuitu us that he is
very much uncounmed in the nutter of
the electric light scheme, us some of the
solid men of the city h ive, in tho last
several days, subscribed to the stock. He
i& very certain that it will be of the
bo&t p.iyi in; Mirirpri.sis that has out been
started in the city. It tin in cntinii
nt fir"st to have ncln.se cot) ntnm but af
terwaid decided that it h mi I e a popular
inovenn nt, a.ij tin- ii h -n
ire invited tt) p r in h
Mr. 'Salomon his n, i,i,.a f abandoning
the work, but "ii t'io expects
to stay in the city, u Hit the
light in operation.
Ml-s l.l.ln lloul It'll PiJtlity in' rnlinr to vllt
MlssClnr.i Powei. Miit .Ida is un excellent
.Mrs. James Cord is Improving.
Mrs. Dan. ot Miiysvllle, letuinel
altera pleasant visit to the ratully ot .Ui.Ja.
James Cod hnsa new buggy.
W. O. Cord has impioved hi residence.
Honey is helling at 13 cent u pound.
Come ami hear EJderZulmrs Sunday morning
The da celebrated the Fourth.
Person ami I liings..
Next year the thermometer will bo of
Coflee is being extensively planted on
the Florida Keys.
Mrs. Catherine Chas", formerly Mrs.
Sprugue, has gone to Europe for the summer.
Mrs. Garfield and lmr daughter, Mollie,
are at Saratoga and intend to remain
there for some time.
Mr. David Davis calls into-viewers
" the buzzards-of the press." He at all
events can furnish them good picking.
Although the introduction of horse
railroads in Germany is of a recent date,
towns of tho empire have already
construe ed lines.
Large tracts of land in Texas aro fenced
with hedges of roses, which, in a few
vearj, cheaper than wire.railsor lumber,
form a barrier that neither man nor
beast can pass.
A novelty at London balls is an exhibition
quadrille, in which the participants
assume humorous characters and dance
and talk fittintily, to tho great amusement
of tho company.
Queen Victotia does not indulge in the
affectation of pretending not to read the
newspapers. She takes a morning and
an evening daily and several weeklies.
She is fond of novels, too.
A Liverpool thief wished to get into a
pawnbroker's office, and thought he could
slip down tho chimney if naked. So he
took oil" his clothes and made the trial,
only to get stuck fat in the flue. He
theie all night, and was gl.ul
when finally taken into custody by the
police, because they had to tescue'hiin.
An agile tourlstspent half a day climbing
up tho face of a precipice in California,
in order to paint his name high
on the rock in huge letters. Then he
was informed by the owner of tho property
that he might repeat tho feat to take
ofi tho disfiguring lettors or stand a lawsuit
lor damages. Ho could hire nobody
to do the job, and so made the ascent,
but with far less vim than at first.
Richard Wnguer dictated his memoirs
to his wife during tho last three years of
his life. Tho story goes that tho work
filled four volumes, and was printed at
Basle in an edition of three copies, tho
original manusciipt, tho proofs, and the
revises boing all scrupulously destroyed.
Of these three copies, Wagner kept one
for himself, cave the second to his son,
and the third to Franz Liszt.
Advertisements Inserted under this head-lug
10c per line for each insertion.
Try Laugdon's City Butter Crackers.
New stylo laco curtain poles, red Scotch
shading, shade fixtures, &c, nt
Hunt & Doyle's.
New stylo Stockinette Jerseys at Hunt
& Doyle's. murSldly
Tkade dollars taken nt par at Dr. Box-dale's
No. 0, Market stieet, for prescriptions,
Linen and M niuir ulsters, large lot,
also Jap parasols 15 cents each, at Hunt
Boot; Bi.vuniiY. Pei sons desiring book
binding will leave it at any of the book
stores. j21d2w 11. H. Cox.
Wanted. A white girl to cook, wash
and iron for a small family in East Maysville.
Apply at this office. j27dtf
Excursionists, get your accident insurance
ticket before you leave. It costs
but 25 cents a day for a SS.OOO ticket.
M. F. M.vnsii, Agent.
For. Kkjct. Three large rooms, coiner
of Limestone and Fourth streets to a
family with no children. Water supply
included, rent SS.00 per month. Applv
to j25il I. M. Lane.
Ayeu's Sats.iparilla operates radically
uppn and through the blood, and is a
s.ife, reliable, and absolute cure for the
various disease", complaints and disorders
due to debility, "or to any constitutional
taint or infection.
In no other medicinal ptepirution have
the results of the most intelligent study
and scientiib inquiry been so steadily
and progressively utilized as in Ayer's
.arsa pat ilia. It leads the list as a truly
scientific preparation for all blood diseases.
Night Class in Ontiait.
The undersigned will give lessons in
German three nights in each week, for
ten weeks, beginning July 2d, provided
i class of ten be formed, who will enter
for the full term, and pay one-half in advance.
Instruction jriven in other "studies if
desiicd. Tei ms for ten weeks, $12.
j').vl C J. Hall.
orieoled dally by U. W (.tfiskl, mocei,
- ondstifPt, Mnyevllle. Ky.
Limestone 9 7 P(l
M ivsiiif Family i. ii
Old Gold 7 00
l tiunt y ii
Ivvlltuckv Mill (,0c
Eu's. doz n
Meal'el peck -.-0
M Masses, tnucy 7u
Coal Oil, r4 gal u)
Sut;ur, urauulated Y tb 11
" A. V k' i(.
" yellow "ft to 8fi9
Hams, sunarcuiea "fi tt Is
Bacon, breakfnst ei tr 15
Hominy, V sallou
Beans f uallou A
Potatoes V peel:, new so
Vitueehur. Koine, Concord.
lor.iiiil JttiyHVlIlc Dully l'neltol,
IIA.M)T .BHUCE Reddek, Capt.
Leves Vancebure dally nt
5 o'clock a.m. foritaysvllle.
Leaves Mav.svllle 1:9) n. m.
Counects at Manchester with tai?e tor Uest
Union. For passage applyon board.
Cliiclniiittl, I'oriNiiiMiitli, HlirSniitly A
l'omeroy Iuekct Compuiiy.
JOHN KYLE, President.
Lewis Glenk, Secietary and Tieasurer.
'. mid O. It. It. IMC'KKTS
For Hun tlng:loii, l'omeroy, ami all way
TELEGRAPH, Mond'.s nnd Thursdays 5 p. m.
FLEETWOOD, Tuesdays and Fii lays. 5 p. m.
BOSTONA,Wedne.stlay.s aud Saturdays. 5 p.m.
Poitsmouth. all Mall and Way Landings.
BONANZA, Ttiesdnys,ThurdnySaty.s, l'.'m.
MnysvllIe.All Mull and Way Landings.
MORNING MAIL, daily (Sundaysexcepted)
Leave Cincinnati -1:30 a. in. Maysville, I j). 111.
r leiuhi received on
C. M. HOLLO WAY.
THROUGH TO PARKERSBURO,
Thin sdays, Fildays and Saturdays steamers
Ilostoiia, Fleenvootl and 1 eleprapli.
THROUGH TO PITTSBURG,
Every Sunday The reaular weekly packet
These boats aro nil and we solicit
tho patronage of the public ut low intes.
C. M. HOLLOWAY, Supeilntendent.
Of the Kentucky Central Railroad.
Timetable In t fleet May 20, lbs3.)
I hi I I'-' I 11 u
STATIONS. ' Ex.1 AC. STATION'S. lAo.Kx.
. A.M.Il'. .ui A.3IP.M
Lve.Maysvllle. imll2 3d Lvo Lex'ton J ) 15
" Sum'iti 0 13 12 12 Lve.Cov'ton .si
" Clark's.. 11 17 12 ts Lve.PaiN u 4 533
" Mius'II.. U'.3il2 5.) " PJu'o'll I
" Helena. 0 8.5 1 U5 " MU'b'g.. 7 OSi oo
" John'u.. u -13 1 13 " Carlisle 7 Sol 0 20
" Ellz'lle U 12D "
-IS Meyeis. 7 HS'i
' Ewlng... 0.53 125 " P.val'y 7 51 Qi'l
" Cowan.. OH 130' " Cowan- .s Ul 0 52
" P.Val'y. 7(is IBS. ' Ewlng.. S 117 D5S
" .deyeis.. 7 15 1 V " Ellz'lle. 8 II 7 02
" Cm lisle. 7 30 2 00 " John'n. 8 17 7 0S
" MUleis I ' Helena. 8 2.5 7 15
" MU'bu'g 7 5U 2 IS ' Mius'll.. 8 37 7 20
" P.Ju'c'n " Chuk's
Air. Paris 8 15 2 40 " Sum'ltt 8-17 7 30
Arr. Lex'ton 0 10 3 -15 Air. Maisville 0 00 7 60
Arr.Cov'ton 11 30 0 DO a.m. p.m
a.m. p. mi
Connects at Lexluutou with the i. iO. R.
R. lor Ashland, Huntington nnd all points
lntheEnRt and Southeast with the U. N. O.
&. T. P. R. It., for Chattauoga and tho South,
with, tho L. ii N. R. R, for Frnukloit ami
C. L. BROWN,
O. P. and T. A.
Covington, Flemingsburg and rotiutl
Connecting with Trains on K. C. R. R.
Leave FLKMiNaauuiio for Johnson Station:
5:45 a. m. Cincinnati Express.
3:25 p. m. Lexington.
7:02 p. in. Maysville Express.
Leave Johnson Station for Flemlugsburg on
the arrival of Trains on the K, C. R. R.:
0:23 a. ra, 4:00 p. m.
0:48 a. ra. 7:37 p. ra.
NT AGE f.IXE.
MiiyNVlllciiml Ml. C'arinel.
Dallv lino Leaves Ml. Carmel nt fl n. m
mi Ives nt .Mavsvlllent 0;'30n. in., und leturus
at '2:30 p.m. Leave orders nt W. A. P. Lur-
,tey's, Second at. J..I. McCAKTHEV.
Maysville find Hurt onvillc.
Til-weekly line Tuesdnv. Thursday nnd
Satuida . Leave Uuitnnvllle at Vu.ni. Returning,
leaves Mmsvllleat l!:3n p. m. Oideis
should heleft ut Yancey it Alexander's livery
stnhle. s. K. POLLITT.
.IIii.VnvIIIc and lt, olivet.
Anlvesat 10 a. in. Leaves at
2 p. m. Leave orders nt Yancey a. Alexander'
llvey stabte. K. H. POLLI IT, Piop'r.
situation to do aeneral
housework by n Uuiinnu gill who'cau
(jive uooil lefeiencex. Address
JSdlw CAHRIL HWOl'K, .Maysville, Ky.
NA!.:: The hatidsome leshlence and
ITMHt on the southwest corner of tth
nnd Jlaikei streets in this city. For teims
apnly to h. L. WORTH INOTON.
lTdlw Com t stieet.
OVI' A pair of eye gold tr.tines.
j Deliver at JJMf Til lb OFFICE.
IMIST Oltlinit HAM) or Orchestial Iu-
-s Tsrs Miumonts, or Musical
rs DS5Sv Boons ol any kind, be-
loiesentiiiiK inrnei prices
to ALL EX R. DOD-WORTH,
place. New Yoik. An
excellent IJ Flat 1'Mon
Crionet, S13..')ii: Uet B
Fhit Cornet, S3); Solo E
rial Alto Trom hone, SlM
C. 0. 1)., with pi
publicity: of any
State. Desertion, Non-Support. Advice
and applications tor stamp. V. II. LEE,
Att'y, 2a 15' way, N. Y.
send for our Select List
ADVERTISERS! Geo. I'. Rowell &
Co., IU, ripiuie stieet., N. Y.
te T U A. K T 8$
o)ens Its annual Session Sept. !l.
I-)!!. I'eisons havlni; daughters to educate
will do well to examine Its catalogue betoie
selecting a siinoi.
ADVANTAGEOUS FIRST-CL P J LOCA-TION
HEAL'l IIFUL; MODERATE.
For catalogues uddiess
W. II. STBWAHT, Principal.
JjOd&wSm Shelby vllle, Ky.
M T fi
m 1 fivrmiHtriiTP urn nn i tiren I
I iLL ihoi nuniL.11 1 o tinnnnii 1 cu :
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED I
Front Street, Maysville.
LAND FOR SALE.
WILL sell nt n ieaonable price, a small
tract oft ncris of uood laiul In
Lewis county, now accunled by II. P. Adams
between the iork.s of Cxbln Creek, and a few
miles finm Tollesboio. Applv to me In Mnys.
ville or to Stanton my lawyers.
Jyod2w ELIZABETH .M. J. ADAMS.
has never lalled to relieve nnd CURE any
cae of IndUesiIon or Dyspepsia. Try It. For
sale by G EORG E T. WOOD,
Je30diw4m Mnyavllle, Ky.
TRS. M. F: RIDDICK will sell nt her
deuce on second stieet, herbchool and
pilvately, Monday, and the balance at public
auction ou Tuesday, July luili, at ten
o'clock a. in.
Desks, Mne U.S. Typographical Map, Black
Boaitls. etc., Plauo, o yaids ol Brusselb Carpet,
Pallor Set, Stoves, 'halls, Tables, h0j.
bends etc. Panics wlshlug to puiohnseaie
invited to call.
JUGGLE'S QAMP IVJEETINQ.
rpHE Eleventh Session of this Camp Meet-1
lug will begin August litli. Theie will
be present ilnilug the meeting Dr. Stevenson,
of Augusta Colegtate Institute; Rev. Bid well
Lane, C.J. Howes nnd: is. G. Pollatd, of Covington
; Rev. Thos. Hanfoul, A. M., of
Rev. John R. Eud, of Augusta, ami many
other ministers of tho Covington and
Dlstilet. Also Dr. Joyce, of Cincinnati,
and other distinguished lululsteis lioin
Bids Will be Received
for the privilege of theconfectlonery, stabling
and baggage tents, up to the UOlli of July.
The sale of tobacco aud clgais Is piohlblted
on the Sabbath. Two-story cottages, 12 x 20
feet, neat and comfortable, will bo reuted for
the term of the meeting at 0 each, for which
apply to I. M. Lane, of Maysville: Dr. Win.
Bowman, of Tolloboro; or H. C. Northcott,
Vanceburg, Ky. The Bonrtl of Dhtctors will
decide upon bids received nt the Camp
Grounds July 20th, at 2 o'clock p. in. Thero
connecting with tho Morning Mall aud other
morning hoats and Kentucky Central Railroad
from Maysville to tho Camp Qrouuds.
DR. WM. BOWMAN, Seo'y, Tollosboro.
MATT TOLLE, Pres., Sand Hill, Ky.
July 2nd, 1883.