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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY BVgNINQj JULYli,j883.
Publishers n'hd Proprietors,
To whom Address all .Communications.
Tins shooting nt the soldier boys,
Take warning every one,
Or elso you'll very surely flud,
It's sorry kind of fun.
For Captain Fltz has sworn an oath,
Each pistol shootingjoker,
From this lime on Is going to get
The hot end of tho poker.
The State Educational Association of
colored teachers is in session nt Frankfort.
Mnssns. Eonew & Ai.lrn received today
a car load of fine glazed Pennsylvania
stone-ware. Call and seo samples.
Tun Powell property, cornor of Third
and Limestone streets, was sold on Friday,
by Mr. G. S. Judd, real estate agent,
Mr. Chas. II. White, for $4,750.
The total number of miles of railroads
in operation in tho United States January
1, 18S3, was 120,000. Tho total number
of miles in tho entire world is 272,000.
Col. A. M. Sworn is nt "Washington
and in an interview wtth Commissioner
Evans denied tho published report that
ho wished to withdraw bis resignation
which is now in tho hands of the President.
Mrs. Maky Meier, of Manchester, 0.,
after suffering from, some internal disorder
until her mind began to be affected,
permitted physicians to operate upon
her. They located tho trouble in her
stomach, and took therefrom a common
house snake, twenty inches in length,
and tho size of the index finger. The
lady is now recovering.
The troops wero on guard at tho jail
again last night. A little before twelve
o'clock a shot was fired by some person
unknown un tho vicinity of post No. 4,
it is supposed, nt private J. P. Wallace.
Capt. Fitzgerald ordered tho long roll
sounded and n few minutes later
squads about the neighborhood
and although several persons wero arrested
it was not ascertained who had
fired tho shot. The night passed away
without further alarm.
Circuit Court Proceedings.
Tho empaneling of a jury in the case
of tho Commonwealth us. George Cooper
was finished Friday afternoon about two
o'clock. Tho introduction of tho evidence
for tho prosecution was immediately
afterwards begun. It is
ble to tell at this timo when tho caso will
bo given to tho jury. Tho evidence so
far introduced does not vary from that
on tho last trial. Tho following gentlemen
composo tho jury: Charles Phister,
O. D. Burgoyne, Louis Stine, W. E.
Tabb, S. N. Smoot, Win. Bateman, Julius
Culbertson, Fred Schnelle, W. G.
Phillips, John Blnnchard, Thomas Stevens,
and W. H. Ambrose.
The Grand Jury reported several indictments
Friday. Among them was one
against Chnrles Williams, colored, for
grand larceny. Williams is now in jail,
and will probably bo tried during the
Mr. Elias Hord was licensed as an attorney
at law in tho Circuit Court tin's
"nnrning. Mr. Hord will, wo understand,
go to Kansas City soon, with the
intention of practicing in that place.
Judge Coons is confined to his room
' by illness.
Mr. Thomas Metcalfe, of Cincinnati, is
Visiting friends in this" city.
Miss Susio McCarthy, of Augusta, is
visiting tho family of Mr. M. C. Russell.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Vanden wero in
Maysville, yesterday, on their way to tho
t Blue Lick Springs.
Misses Lnvowne and Lucy Kackley, of
Indianapolis, are tho guests of tho family
of Mr. M. C. Itusscll.
Mrs. Collins and daughter, Miss Ella,
of Cincinnati, are tho guestB of Miss
Nannie Conrad, of East Maysvillo.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Smith have returned
homo after a visit to their
Mrs. Georgo Andrews, of George-'town,
Mr Thomas Thompson, late with Burgess
& NcJin, hns accepted a plaeo as
traveling sulesman in tho establishment
of White & Myers, a large wholesalo notion
house, at Cincinnati.
Tho following is from tho Viehsburg
Evening Post of tho 9th inst.: Mr. C.
B. Duke, who has been connected with
tio United States Engineer's office horo
since its removal to Vicksburg, resigned
his position and loft Saturday night for
his homo, Maysvillo, Ky.f where ho will
enter into business for himself, Mr.
Duko is a clevor, elegant gentleman, and
,;d,urjng his'short stay in' yicksburg made
friends of all whom ho camo in contact
with, by his gentlemanly benring. All
.wish .him success in hjs,"nev venture. J
There will bo preaching at tho Baptist
Church by jleyi R B; Garrett Sunday
morning and night.
Preaching nt Washington by Rev. A.
N. Gilbert on next Sunday afternoon at
four o'clock prompt.
The Rev. Mr. Hudgins, the new rector'
of tho Episcopal Church, has arrived and
will hold services to-morrow morning
Rev. R. B. Garrett will preach at the
Baptist Church to night at cicht o'clock
and to-morrow morning and evening at
tho usual hours.
Rev. M. M. Riley will preach in the
Mayslick Baptist Church at tho usunl
hours. Subject of tho morning discourse
" Tho New Birth."
The Southern Presbyterian Church
will hold service, Sunday, in
Hall, Rev S. II. Chester officiating.
Subject for morning: "The Expulsion
Power of a now Affection."
Re-opening of tho Sunday school in
tho M. E. Church, South, in Chester,
next Sunday afternoon nt three o'clock.
L. W. Galbraith will be the Superintendent.
Let all tho friends of the cause bo
Rev. A. N. Gilbert's lecture at Washington,
last night, attracted a laige audience,
a number of persons from this
city attending. It was very interesting
and was delivered in Mr. Gilbert's usual
Rev. A. N. Gilbert will preach two
sermons at Sardis in the Christian Church
on Monday and Tuesday nights, July lGth
and 17th. The subjects will be "The
Mission of tho Holy Spirit to tho World,"
and " Tho Now Birth."
Rev. G. W. Coons will assist in the
administration of the Lord's supper tomorrow
morning at the First Presbyterian
Church. In tho evening preaching
by tho pastor, Rev. S. B. Alderson. Subject
: " One Gospel, not Two."
Rev. A. Boreing, pastor of the M. F.
Church, Third street, will occupy his
pulpit on to-morrow morning and evening,
at the usual hours. Subject for
morning discourse ; " Phillippians i, 15.".
for lecture: " James '
Subject evening i, 15.
Rev. A. N. Gilbert will preach at the
Christian Church on Stnday, morning
and evening. Subject in the morning:
" Messiah's Kingdom." At night he will
take for his theme, " Meshach, Shad-rack
and AbeUnego in the Fiery Furnace."
You are cordially invited.
Rev. M. D. Reynolds will fill ins pulpit
next Sunday. He will preach upon
tho following subject in the tnorninir:
"No Neutral Ground in Christianity."
Evening: " Who Touched Me?"'These
are interesting themes, the one containing
a rigid, and the other a beautiful and
Lord Dufferi.v predicts that Canada
will have a population of forty millions
a" the close of the present century. He
thinks the colonies are becoming more
attached to the mother country, and will
not permit the Government to rupeat tho
errors by which America was lost.
Mrs.'Langtry, who has made a large
fortune in this country, has invested a
considerable p.trt of it in United States
We are glad for sweet charity's sake, that
Romeo "lias touiul Ills alllnlty. However,
lie Is rather gushing over It. Let hlni remember
" there's many u slip 'twlxt the cup and
Mrs. LlzzioPattou.of Poplar Plains, eldest
daimhterof V. P. Ulnrke, has, on account of
declining health, broken up housekeeping n
Fleming, nud returned to her lather's home,
Gus Grlgby spent several days of last week
visiting friends In Lewis county.
Mrs. Jennie Eckman nnd and family, of
Carlisle, has been visiting relatives at this
place. They returned home Wednesday.
Miss Mary T. Whentley and Debbie Wheat
ley me visiting friend In Lewis county.
J. H. Grlgsby and his daughter, .Miss Annlo,
nttonded tho uuuuul convention of the Kentucky
Christian Suuduy School Association
held at Richmond last week.
Horn, to the wife of L. Brntton, June 2'dli,
n fine daughter.
Row A.N. Gilbeit.ot Maysvllle, will preach
In the Onrlstlan Chinch, at Surdls, noxc .Monday
and Tuesday nights Tho subjects will be
"Tho Mission of tho Holy Spirit to tho
World," and " The Now lilrtu." Ilio. Gilbert
Is a pollhed Christian gentleman and a logical
and Impressive speaker. Come and hear
Judge Lytlels one of tho most enthusiastic
Kentucklans. Ho Nays theie Is no place Uko
the old Commonwealth.
"Judge Dye has returned, much bonellted by
his tup bast, aud entertains his friends bv
the hour pleasantly, with his leuollectlons of
what he saw aud heard.
The sprightly Miss " P. E. M.," late correspondent
at Fern Leaf, Is quite welcome to
the Item wo gave her of tho whereabouts ot
our bachelor trlond, " J. T. R., ". If that Item
is propel ly worked up no one can toll the result!
On smaller hints fortunes have been
Col, Maltby, the Proctor Knott of commercial
travelers, was with us Friday. He told
some good stories, sold some goods, nud wont
'Squlro Ball, with his timely advice, counsel
and compromising spirit, has about broken
up the business ot the magistrate's' courts
in this district. Ho deserves tho thanks of
tho community, uud should be tendered u
Mr. Ed. Pylos, of Maryland, has returned
with a view of locating aud going Into business
near this placo.
Tho Misses Blerbowor, of Maysvillo, nro
visiting Miss Amanda Trigg, of "Ash wood
Mrs. Mary II. Smith nnd hor youncrest eon,
Jay Herndon Smith, and Miss Kato Weavor,
of, Urbana, Illinois, aro tho guests of Miss
Phobe Herndon, ot "Desha 'Valley.!;'
Jlorloa Itacllnea to RnIki.
Boston, Julj 13. Special Revenue
Agont Ilorton teat tin following toUgram
to Commissioner Etrds: RecbznTiinir
' yourrper6nal kindness to me,I would very
much Uko to ellOT you'of
meutafVbut can not comply with
qUesl'fbr niy resignation, aa It would t in
" tt'dct a oonfension of' buHl mil I m nnt
.gUllty. I wtmld 'prefer a dUmisaal, be-
uuuov tun uui nuuru uj lose ray OUar&OlvT
aha mv omrlovment at th snm tlm r
MC. C. Houtox."
Wasiiixotos, July la. 1h
of Internal Rovonuo not haying received
tho resignation of C. C Ilorton,
Internal ltovenuo Agent, u requested, ho
directed the revocation of hit appointment
The Hebrew Will Promote Agriculture.
Cincinnati, July 13. At the Iwraollto
Council now In session here, tho following
resolution was passed:
Whereas, It ia desirable to encourage agricultural
pursuits among the Israelites of
the United States ; therefore, bo it
ltcsolvod, That tho Kxccutivo Board be
instructed to appoint a comniittoo on agricultural
pursuits who shall hare full
power to raise an agricultural aid fund,
which shall bo paid into tho treasury of
tho Union of Amorictm Hobrow Congregations,
and shall be paid out for said agricultural
puiposos subject to the approval
of tho Eiecutivo Board.
Rowing Association IlosratlH.
Chicago, July 13. Tho annual regatU
of the Mississippi Volley Association, ona
of tho strongest organizations tho kind
in the country, comprising over thirty
clubs, will bo held at Pullman the 27th
and '2Hth itista., with six races each day.
Aa indications show, it. may bo statod that
twenty-six crows have entered fur the four,
oared shell race.
Injunction Against I.lltlnn Itnnncll.
Boston, July 13. Mr. Itiohord Field, of
tho Boston Museum, has begun proceedings
to enjoin Miss Lillian Russell frotn
at the Gaiety Theater, London.
He makes affidavit that Miss Russell contracted'
with him to play at the Bostor
'Museum during the present summer nt
salary of $21 ii a we"ek. The documents in
the cuso have been forwarded to Iuidou.
The engagement of Mlds Russell bogun Iat
night. She is undr contract for si:
OITY XTiu .S.
Ineiif'. h' tit-n.
lux lac per line lor each .
Thy Linirdon's Civ Butter,
- n m
New style .Stockinette a' Hunt
A Doyle's. - . murttldly
Trade dollars taken at par at Dr. Box-dale's
2so. (3, Market street, for prescriptions,
Linen nud .Mon.tir uisters, hirge lot,
also Jap paranols 15 cents each, at lluir
New style luce curtain pole, red Scotch
shading, shade fixtures, Ofcc, at
Hunt & Doyle's.
Wanted A white jiirl to cook, wash
and iron forasmull family in
Apply at this ollice. j27dtf
Excursionists, get your accident insurance
ticket before you leave. It costs
but 25 cents a day for a $3,000 ticket.
M. F. Mahsii, Agent.
Foit Rent. Three large rooms, corner
of Limestone and Fourth streets to a
family with no children. Water supply
included, rent S3.00 per month. Apply
to j25d I. M. Lane.
To most children the bare suggestion
of a dose of castor oil is nauseating. "Why
not, then, when physio is necessary for
the little ones, use Ayer's Cathartic Pills?
They combine every essential and valuable
principle of a cathartic medicine,
and being sugar coated nro easily taken.
Almost everyiperson has some form of
scrofulous poison latent in his veins.
When this develops in scrofulous sores,
ulcers, or eruptions, or takes the form of
rheumatism, or organic diseases, the suffering
that ensues is terrible beyond description.
.Hence tho gratitude of those
who discover, as thousands yearly do,
that Ayer's Sarsaparilla will thoroughly
eradicate this evil from the system.
The Emitke Wmngek. Messrs. Bissot,
McClanahan it Shea nre the agents in
this city for tho celebrated Empire
Clothes Wringer, unanimously conceded
to be the best in the market. It turns
with half the labor of other wringers,
and has more capacity. Tho bearings of
tho rolls need no oiling, by which the
clothes can bo soiled, and tho cog wheels
need no adjusting as they nro always in
gear. Those who use it will have no other
as tho difficulties encountered in other
wringers nro all avoided in this. Tho
prico is $5.50. Tills firm also has tho
Champion Iron Wringer, which is nn
excellent one of tho kind nnd sells for
$4. Call and seo these wringers before
buying elsewhere. jlldlw
At Aberdeen, O., April 10. 1SJS3, by Esquiro
Heasley.MlssiiMMA WOODSON to Mr.bAM.
H. COOPEK, from Salluo county, Mo.
At Aberdeen, Ohlo.July iStli, by snmo, Miss
MOLLIE DOYLE, or FJomlng county, to Mr.
A. D. DOYLE, ot Bath county.
At Aberdeen. Ohio, July lfltn, by same, Miss
MARY JANETOLLE to Mr. JAS. H. HOL-LIDAY,
of Mason county.
At Aberdeen, Ohio, July 13th. by same, Miss
ADELINE MOORE to Mr. GEO. DICKSON,
both of Lowls county, , .
Corrected dally by G. W. Gkiskl, grocei
Second street, MayBvllle, Ky
- - FLOOR.
Limestone. 3 7 (X)
Maysvllle Family fi 2.
Old Gold 7 00
iason County m j '&
Kentucky Mills 6 W.
Butter, W tt i5a2o
Lard, H g int.
Rgkcs, tydoj! i5
Mealft peck 20
Molasses, fancy 70
Coal Oil, V gal. w
sugar, grauulated lb iiru
!.' A.)tt iu
" yellowy 8(as
Comb Honey 15
Strulued Honey 12k
Hams, sugar cured ft iu.. it
Hucon, breakfast tb 16
Hominy, $ eallon 15
Hoans $) gallon 4
peck, new 25
Hnysvillc niul Ml. Cnrnivl.
Dally line Leaves Mt. Carmel at (1 a. in
arrives at Maysvillo nt 0::a. in., and returns
at i!:.')0 p. in. Leave orders at W. A. 1'. Liu-
U-y's, Second at. J. J. McCARTHEY.
Til-weekly line-Tuesday, Thursday nnd
iituida. Leave Hurtnuvlllenl U n. m. Returning,
leaves .Mav.svllln at 2:.Ti) p. in. Orders
should uelelt at Yancey A Alexander's livery
'table. a. H. POLL11T.
Mnj'HVlIlo and Ml. Olivut.
An Ives nt 10 n. m. Leaves nt
2 p 111. Leave outers nt Yancey .1 Alexanders
live y stable. it. H. POLLI IT, Prop'r.
McDowell, who resliled
l In MaMin county about thirty yens go.
or Ills heirs, will learn something greatly to
tholr advantage by nddiesltu;
,. , WM. P. COONS,
J10ditw2w County Judge, Maysvllle, Ky.
WAM'I.Ii Uy nn xpei!ttieed femalo
le.icbi'r, a school. The bd ot rofeience
ulven. Apply ut J12lf THIB OFFICE.
T girl to cook, wash nnd iron
1 for a .small family. Apply to
t LITTLETON HILT,.
A 7" A A good cook In a small famllv.
No washliig or Ironing to be done. Ap-to
ply . OUlw THIS OFFICE.
ATKI A position by n young man
T eighteen yeniol'l. Would
Ap,dy nt )9dlw THIS OFFICE.
HlUt Si I. K- A lot of old pniiHi v Pjily a
L"KN.I.K IG,(K)o No. I haif Inch Poplar
T Shingles. Addiess J. I). UHSmi'lv,
J U'l w Ml.Caiiue.
;K K-A No o MoslerSutH. new.
jlt AI.K Ouehectlon,0Wncii'.of Lynn
I county Texn land, alo a section 01
r lnyd county, 'I exas land. Apply to
M F. MASH, Siiit'ui strpi.
F'OU SA K Three
Ho and 3:o. Applv at
SdiSwlw A LUKRT'S rlilN A PA LACE.
T7in s.H.i: a sprlim w gon, gnoa n
? Cipnelly about 2,'00 pounds. Also cow
and call, part Alderney. Applv to
, TAYLOR HROS..
J13d2w Wiihlngion Ky
1yuil SAT.E The residence and
; gr Hinds on the southwest corner of th
mil Miii'IchI stn.t In iliUnltf T.'.. ......!
apply :o E. L. WORTHI NGTON.
!7dlw Court stifit.
ITMMt SAI.K A largo number of budding
; lots l Clifstur. Good location. Title
pe feet. Pi Ices renssoualjle. Will .sell on
monthly payments. Applv to
M. F. MARSH. Sutton street.
T J. McCA UTirEY, Licensed Auctioneer
J i 'or .Mason and ndjoinlnir counties.
lett at the Bdli.etin otllce will receive
prompt attention. P. O. address Mt. Carniel.
IMX'r OltDGIt HAND or Orchestral In-
suuinents, or .M usical
goous of nuv kind, be
lorehemUnic for net prices
to ALLKN It. DOD-WORTH,
place, New York. An
excellent H Flat Piston
Uoionet, Si:i."0; Best B
Flnt Cornet, S3 J; Solo E
rlat Alto Trombone, J2i
lsVBArfe' HentC. O. D, wlthpuv.
i liege of trial.
publicity: residents of any
State. Desertion, Non-Support. Advice
and applications for stamp, w. II. LEE,
Att'y, 230 B'way, N. Y.
send for our Select List
of Local Newspapers. Geo. P. Rowell &
Co., 10, Spruce street., N. Y.
VJrT1T,7, '" stock iiauikhs.
The Stockholders of the
Maysvillo Artificial loo and Refrigerator "o.
aro notified that they nro required to pay
stock at tho following times : one-fourth on
July 10th, July '21, oncfourth July
.10th and one-fourth August (1th, to the Superintendent,
C. S. Leach, who Is authorized to
receipt (or same, stock Issued on payment 01
last Installment. Bv order of the board,
I It Jilt A. R. GLASCOHK, President.
TO THE PUBLIC.
MOTICK Is hereby given that L. F. Metzajer,
formerly our agent at .Maysvllle, Is no
loimerMi our employ, and Is not authorized
to lepiesent us In any manner whatever.
SMITH A NIXON,
Dealers In Pianos nnd Organs,
jr.'d3tiv2t Cincinnati, Ohio,
opens its Forty.Mfth annual Session Kept, it,
1S:. Persons having daughters to educate
will do well to examine its catalogue betoie
selecting a school.
ADVANTAGEOUS FIRST-CLASS; LOCA-TION
HEALTHFUL; TbRMS MODERATE.
For catalogues address
W. Jl. .SKtVAJtr. Principal,
Jy0d&w2in Shelbyvllle, Ky.
persons Indebted to tho late tlrm of
Houan A Clllt will please call at our law
otllce on Court street aud make piompt payment
or wo will bo compelled to proceed to
collect same bylaw. SALLEE&SALLEE,
NOTICE to CONTRACTORS.
rOTICE Is horeby given that sealed pro-1
posals for tho construction of a now Catholic
Church at Mayslick, will bo received until
Sunday, July 15th. Tho building Is to be
forty feet wldo nnd seventy feet long and will
bo a frame structure. Tho plans nnd specifications
can be seon by calling on Johu
Maysvllle, Ky. Al( bids should bo ad.
dressed to tho uudorslgned,
JyOdJcwlw Mayslick, Ky.
of lucorporntlon Adopted
by the Mnysvlllc CooperftKe Company
or the Cily of Najstlllr, Mtute
1. Be It known that C. B. Duke, Thomas
Wells. Henry E. Pogue, W. B. Mathews. C. H.
White, John T. Fleming, J.J. Wood, H. O.
Harkley, John N Thoma, T. C. Campbell, D.
Hechluger, M . C. Russell.Oeo.T. Hunter. E. W.
.dltcbell, C. B. Cllft nnd Geo. W. Lloyd have,
by this Instrument, associated themselves
together and become incorporated under, and
in pur.suanceof the provlslonsof chapter So" of
the General Statutes of Kentucky, as the
Cooperage Company," and by
that name shall sue nnd be sued, contract
and be contracted with, and shall have perpetual
succession nud a common seal with
power to alter same at pleasure.
2. The cipltal stock of said corporation
shall bo divided Into shares of one hundred
dollars (310 ) each, nnd the subscription to
said capital stock shall bo paid in as lollows:
Twenty-live (2-5) per cent. 011 the 1st day of
Auuust, IsM, and the remainder In such Installments
and at such times nud places as
the Board of Directors may designate.
3. The shares of stock shall be transferable
by wilttou assignment of the owner upon the
cettltic.ite for Mime shall be surrendered to
the company nnd caucelledaud u new cert Ideate
Issued in lieu theieofto the persons holding
1. Tho corporation Is organized for the purpose
ot muuuractuitng batrels aud bariel
slaves and nil other articles made out of wood
orot which wood is the and the business
of said coiporntiou shall
buying aud selling aud dealing in
such articles nud In the materials (01 making
5. The said corporation shall have tho power
to acipilre bv purchase, or otherwise and
to hold real nnd personal propel ty to such an
amount as may be necessary and convenient
for the proper prosecution of the business of
said company, und shall have thenunie power
to dispose 01 said ptoporty that private pet-sons
now have uuder the Inws ot Kentucky.
0. The private propeity of tho stockholders
ol said company shall be forever exempt fiom
any and all liability tor the debts and liabilities
of said company.
7. The principal place of business of said
corporation shall be at Maysvllle, Ky.
8. Tho capital stock of said compuny shall
bo thirty thousaud dollars (330,000). The certificates
of stock tu said company shall be
signed by the President und Secretary uud attested
by the seal of tho corporation.
0. The said coinpnuy shall have the right to
employ agents and seivnuts, toestnbllsh by
laws nud make such rules aud renulatlonti us
may be necessary for the management of the
atlalrsorthecompany.not Inconsistent with
tho provisions ol these articles of Incorporation
with the laws or this Stato or of tho
10. The business of said company shall be
managed by a board of sevou directors to be
olected by the stockholders when the sum of
eight thousand dollars (Js.OOU) Is subcrlbtd to
tho capital stock of said company nud
there shall bo an annual electlou of directors
on the first Monday In July of each
year, said directors shull hold thel t offices un
til their: successors nre elected aud qualified.
Each boaid of directors elected in pursuance
of this provision shall eiect a presiueur,
tieasttrer, secretary and superintendent, and
tball piescrlbe and define the powers and duties
of said otliceis.and from such as they
may presmibo takebond with security for tho
faltliuil discharge aud periormui ceof their
duties. No poison shall lie elected president
who is not a member of the board or
11. Stockholders shall be entitled to one
vote tor each and every shnre of
stock held by them, In all elections and in
all questions voted on In meetings of the
stocKholdeisnud may cast said vote by written
12. fhe indebtedness of the company shall
not exceed the sum ot ten thousand UliyjOO)
dollais at any one time.
13. By consent of a malorlty of the stockholders
voting nt a regular nuuual electlou
the provisions of these articles of
may he umeiidtdnr dimmed in the manner
authorized by chapter 50 of the Geueral
S atu esof Ken uoky.
14. the piuoeeulugs ot stockholders' meetings
and the meetings ot the boaid of
shall be regularly entered In a book of
the company kept tor that purpose. All the
business transactions of the company shall
also be kept In a tegular .set of books.
15 Any member ot this corporation mny
withdraw therelioin ntatiy time, by
his stock to the company. Certificates
of stock shull be assignable as above
p ovlded, but any stockholder withdrawing
from tho corporation by surrendering his
stock, shall- lecelve nothing from the company
on his withdrawal.
10. This corporation shall commence 011 the
lot li 01 July, .SnI, and shall continue thereafter
lor the period of twenty-five years, aud
longer, It renewed as authorized by law.
In testimony whereol, the .said 1
have heieunto subscribed their names
this 14th day ot July, Ibs3:
t. U DUKE.
J. JAS. WOOD,
CHAS. H. WHITE,
T. C. CAMPBELL,
HENRY E. POGUE,
F ML II !
Highest cash price paid for country pioduce.
JylSatt Corner Fourth nnd Plum stieets.
Ruggle's flaw? Meeting.
rpHE Eleventh Session of this Camp Meet-J
lug will ben! n AnuriiNt nth. Theie will
bo present during tho meeting Dr. Stevenson,
of Augusta Coleglate Institute; Rev. Uldwell
Lane, C.J. Howes and S. G. Pollaid, of Covington
; Rov. Thos. Man lord, A. M., of SardU;
Rev. John R. Ends, of Augusta, and many
other ministers of the Covington and
DMilct. Also Dr. Joyce, of Cincinnati,
and other distinguished ministers lioin
Bids Will be Received
for tho privilege of the confectionery, stabllug
aud baggage tents, up to the 20 Hi of July.
The snle of tobacco and cigars Is prohibited
on the Sabbath. Two-story cottages, 12 x CO
feet, neat and comlortnble, will be rented for
the term of tho meotlng at SO each, for which
apply to I. M. Lane, of Maysvllle: Dr. Win
liowmnn, of Tollosboro; or H. C. Northcott,
Vancoburg, Ky. Tho Board of Directors wilt
decide upon bids received at tho Camp
Grounds July 20th, nt -! o'clock p. m. Thero
connecting with tho Morning Mnll and othor
morning boats and Kentucky ... Central Rail-
f tui fniri)tl1lv !. it,. S"
DR. WM. BOWMAN. Sec'y. Tollosboro'.
MATT TOLLE, Pros., Baud Hill, Ky.
July 2nd, 18S3.