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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1883.
BOSSER & MoCARTHY,
Publishers aud Proprietors,
To whom Address all Co'mruuulcitlons.
Courage and faith aud patience,
There's space in the old world yet ;
Tho better tho chauco you staud. lad,
The further aloug you Ret.
Keep your oyo ou tlio goal, lad,
Never despnlr or drop ;
Bo suro that your path loads upward j
There's always room at the top.
Next year is Leap year.
All qulot at tho jail last night.
Wheat at Lexington is worth 90 cents
Wheat is worth in Maysvillo this week
00 and 95 cents.
Local option will bo voted onnt
on Monday, August 0th.
The Maysvillo band has ordered n
hnnUsomo triplo plated silver tuba.
Mr. Charles L. Dawson is a candidate
for constable at tho ensuing August
election. He is entirely capable, and will
make a good officer.
Mary Stewart, colored, who lives
near tho magazine, on the Flemingsburg
turnpike, attempted to take her life yesterday
afternoon by taking a poisonous drug.
Her condition was discovered in time to
save her life.
We would' ndviso those persons who
have trado dollars not to part with thorn
for less than full value. Tho United
States Government sanctioned tho making
of tho coin, and it is morally bound
to provide for its redemption.
A Ripley despatch to the Enquirer
says: Last Friday evening Michael
Kepplo was attacked and severely beaten
by a blacksmith hammer in tho
hands of Stephen Tolle, who fled. Tolle
was captured in Kentucky, opposite this
place by our Marshal and taken back to
Manchester by Detective John T. Norris.
" More light" says Salomon, and eighteen
years ago he was instrumental in
bringing us from darkness to tho light.
" Now," ho says, " it is time for more
light," and as his motto is " Where there
is .n will thero is a way," and as he has
tho will ho will find a way to illuminate
Maysvillo by tho electric light. He generally
carries out what ho begins. If our
citizens wish to have such a light here
all they have to do is to take stock in the
company now farming. Nearly one-half
tho amount required has already been
taken, and tho rest, it is hoped, will he
Circuit Court Proceeding's.
Tho trial of George Cooper for, the
murder of George Insko at tho German-town
fair last fall, is still in progress at
this writing. Tho introduction of the
evidence closed Monday afternoon about
two o'clock. Tho jury was then instructed,
and tho arguments begun. Hon. E.
C. Phister spoke for tho defense Monday
afternoon, after which Hon. E. Whitaker
took up tho argument for tho prosecution.
The arguments will probably be
finished this morning, and the case be
given to tho jury.
Tho trial of tho negro . rapist, Samuel
Bulger, alias Belger, will be taken up as
soon as the Cooper case is closed.
Mr. T. Y. Nesbitt, we regret to say, is
laid up at homo ill.
Mrs. Laura Waugh, of Carlisle, is the
guest of the family of Mr. A. J. Egnew.
Misses Maggio and Annie McCullough,
of Covington, are' visiting Mrs. Jano McCullough.
Mis3 Lulio Brodt, who has been visiting
relatives, at Hillsboro, Ohio, has returned
Mr. Harry A. Buckner, of Walnut
Hills, Cincinnati, is visiting the family of
Judge G. S. Wall.
Mrs. Smiley, of Mt. Washington, O.,
is tho guest of her son, Mr. Thos. Smiley,
of East Maysville.
Misses Lucy and Bettie Wilson and
Miss Julia Ross aro visiting tho family of
Mr. Brooks, of Minerva.
Miss Annio Lewis, of Lexington, Ky.,
is tho guest of hor brother, Mr. Henry
L3wis, of East Maysville.
Mr. Caleb Brooks, prosecuting atlornoy
in tho Mt. Sterling District, is visiting his
brother, Mr. S. R. Brooks, of this city.
Miss Bottio King, a charming little lady
of Millwood, and Mr. Charles Reed, of
Limestone, wero visiting tho family of
Mr. J. B. Fristoo, on Sunday last.
Miss Mamie Fitzgerald, of this city,
left this morning on tho train for a three
week's visit to friends and relatives at
Lexington, Ky., and Cincinnati, O.
Tho Lexington Transcript says: It is
reported that Mr. J. B. Eastin, who is
with Smith & Ross, will lead a handsomo
Maysvillo lady to tho altar next week.
He Acknowledges His Guilt, and
Professes to be
PREPARING FOR HIS END,
lie nilta Protection Until tlic Penult y
In Inflicted According to the Iitw
. of tho Commonwealth.
Samuel Bulger, charged with the crime
of rape, has made a confession and fully
acknowledged his guilt. Tho statement
was made to Private J. P. Wallace, of
tho Emmet Rifles, at tho jail yesterday
afternoon, aud was taken down in writing
and duly signed by Bulger. On Sunday
night Wallace was in Bulger's cell
for several hours and talked with him on
the subject of a confession, which he de
clined to make at that time, but told him
to come the nest day with writing mv
terial and he would have something to
say. On Monday morning Bulger's time
was taken up by an interview with two
colored ministers who had called to see
him, and it was not until tho afternoon
that he was prepared to talk again with
Wallace, who went into his cell between
two and three o'clock. The statement
was made without hesitation and was
taken down just as it was dictated by
Bulger, aud after having been read to him
was signed by him in Wallace'!, presence.
Bulger professes penitence for his crime
and says that he is preparing to meet his
fate, and desires protection, from mob
violence that he may have time to prepare
for death. The confession is as follows
Maysville, Ky., July 10, 8S3.
At the Jail ot Mason county. Ky , this day,
1 take the opportunity of making a full con
fesslon of my crime to J. P. Wallace, lor the
purpose of preparing inysell to meet my
Futtier, nud to avoid the trouble or a long
tilal, aud to avoid further excitement, aud to
avoid further embarrassments of the young
lady that I have wronged, and also to ask n
speedy Judgment oi the court, and also to nsk
that tueoftlcersot the court lurulsti me the
proper protection to see that the Judgment ot
the court Is cairled out according to law, and
that protection sulllelent to avoid my being
takeu out and mobbed before I can make
peace with my Lord, Tor I know that 1 have
but a little time to stay. Also I osk the people
to forgive me the wrong 1 have done, and
to be coiitont with thejudgmeut of the court
so that 1 may have time to prepare myself in
a cool, collected manner, and, furthermore, If
I have said anything Insulting to anyone, I
beg aud pray they torglve me for It.
Attest : J. P. Wallace.
Twenty Years in Double Harness.
One of tho pleasant events of the season
was the assembling of a large crowd
of friends at the residence of Mr. Samuel
Creighbaum, on Fourth street, to
celebrate the twentieth anniversary of
his marriage to Maggie A. Childs. The
following is a list of presents received :
A. N. Childs, set of chairs.
Nrs. N. O. Foster, set ol chairs.
Mr. N.C. Foster, set of knives and forks.
Miss LtdnOreluhbauni, tlowerstaul.
Miss Lettia Nelson, wnshstiuid set.
Mrs. Henry Dinger, picture.
.Mrs. T. M. Wood, picture
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Williams, lamp.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Childs, silver casior and
Mr. and Mis. J. R. Rudy, soup tureen.
Miss Bertlui Rudy, water pltchei.
Mrs. C. Archdeacon, meat dish.
Mr. aud Mis. J. F. Thompson, wuter pitcher
John Newell, gravy dish.
.Mr. R.O. Wllletl, pair majolica cake plate3
Miss Harriet H. Case, majolica bread plate.
Mr aud Mrs, Joe Lowry, majolica pickle
Miss Julia Burrows, cream pitcher.
Mrs. E. A. Oliver, pair towels.
Master L. H. Hamilton, fruit dish.
Miss Lottie Brlttou, pair of pie plates.
Miss Annie . Childs, glass fruit dishes.
Miss Bettie K1.1U', gluss fruit dishes.
Mrs. J. A. Hamilton, majolica pickle dish.
Master J. K. Guilds, silver oouquet holder.
Mrs. J.T. Carnnhnn, Brlttanla teapot.
Mr. W. S. Brlttou, tin sitter.
Master W. P. Watklus.buttordlsh.
Mr. W. N. Rudy, stew pan.
Mr. Joe Lowry. stew pan.
Mis. Margaret Keyes, plukle stand.
Mrs. Kate Wilson, fiult stand.
Miss Ada Carmlchael, mnjollca cream
Mrs Wroton, honey stand.
Mr. J. Lynn Crelglioaum, cups nnd saucers.
Mr. Willie I'arnaliau, cream pitcher.
Mrs. Mary Hoelllcli, table cloth.
Miss Ellen McKlnley, towels.
Mis. E Devlne. tablo cloth.
Mr. Willie R. Newell, 10 yards of cotton.
Mrs. H. Olnrkstotn three pair hose.
Mr. W. II. Case, cups aud saucers und but
Mis. John Shepherd, soup plates.
Mr. E. A. Cuse, honey dish,
t MiimilA I'lillil. cii'ivv slnml.
Mn'iiud'Mrs. Wm. Rudy, majolica cako
Mr. W. B, Clarke, handsome bouquet.
Mis. Paul Hoetllch, plates and butter dish.
Miss Lizzie Cox, mnjollca water pitcher.
Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Anderson, glass tea sot.
Mi-s. Ellon Clark, goblets.
Miss Eliza Chuk, set ot plates.
Mr. and Mm J. J. Klltr, mnjollca plcklo
Mr. and Mrs. C. Cllft, majolica fruit aud
Mr. and Mrs. S.N. Newell, mnjollca water
Mis. Wm. Burrows, preserve stand.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. B. Clarke, picklo dishes
.Master Willie DIngor, eosol and baby.
The Empire Wringer, Messrs. Bissot,
McClanalum & Shea aro tho agents in
this city for tho celebrated Empire
Clothes Wringer, unanimously conceded
to bo tho best in tho markot. It turns
with half the labor of other wringors,
and has moro capacity. Tho boatings of
tho rolls need no oiling, by which tho
clothes can bo soiled, and the cog wheels
need no adjusting as thoy aro always in
gear. Those who use it will have no other
as tho difficulties encountered in othor
wringors are all avoldod in this. The
price is $5.50. This firm also has tho
Champion Iron Wringer, which is an
oxcellont ono of tho kind and sells for
$4.- Call and see theso wringors boforo
buying olsewhero. jlldlw
The growing crops- are booming.
Mr. Letlm Bell is quite sick with the malarial
Mr. Williams, the trader, was around a few
. Our iiPlahborlng blacksmith, Frank
and George Galbialth, had a difficulty a
few days Mnce, In which Galbrulth stuck
Kabler on the head with a bar of 'iron,
kuocklng hliu Houseless fora while. No other
Home of our cltlzans wero ottendlug the
Cooper tilal the past week as wltuessos.
Miss Hue Caldwell, of Snarpsburg, Is visiting
lier grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor.
Miss Ada Curtis, of Lexington, Misses Olllo
and Nannie Hlaud, of Hurdls, aro tho guests
of Mrs. John Kirk.
Mrs. Dr. Hames and Miss Phoebe Roe, of
Orangebursj, are with Mrs. ltobert Barnes this
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas visited friends In Mt.
Carmol last week.'
Miss Bottle King and Charlos Reed were the
guests' oi the Misses Filstoe Sunday.
Tho lectures by Rjv. A. N. Gilbert were
Barrett mid tho.PHnltimn
San Francisco Post.
The other evening d urine Lawrence
Barrett's periuruiunre inv FraiiCvsru d
Rimini," at the C.difornii, just as tr g
whs tearing a pas-inn to very takers
in ono of the stormiest of ilie play,
a lanky looking str.uiger iuoe from h's
seat in one of the sturo boxes and leaning
forward with a wooden tray in his
hand, s tid : " Mr, llarrvtt, I am' 'pinted
by a committee ot yer Petalumu friends
ter present yer with a box of the bL'gest
strawberries ever raised on this coast."
The actor gazed at the
speaker for a moment in dead silence ;
then, with u terrilic kick that scattered
the strawberries equally over th-
he exclaimed: "D n von and vnur straw
berries!" and the curtain cumo down with
a rush amid tho tornado of 1 tuulit r
that followed. It p'ti'tired live ushers to
remove the infuriated delegate from the
milk country from the the.itre. At 2
o'clock this morning he was sti 1 watching
the stage doorurmed with a club,
although Mr. Barrett had Ion.; aio been
carried around to his hoto' cuicealcd in
the big drum.
Inserted utrW 'his head-lug
10c per line for each insertioi ,
Try Lauudou'a Cuv Butter i "niekM.
Ready made bars' rhp.tp nt
J. V. Sparks & Bro., 24 Market street.
Trade dollars taken at p,ir at Dr.
No. 0, M.irket street, hr preset
Linen and Mon.ur ul.steis, large lot,
also Jap parasols 15 cents each, at Hunt
New style lace curtain poles, red Scotch
shading, shade fixtures, dec, at
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is tho most effective
blood purifier ever devised. It is
recommended by the let physicians.
Wanted A white girl to cook, wash
and iron for a small family in East Maysville.
Apply at this cilice. j27dtf
Excursionists, get your accident insurance
ticket before you leave. It costs
but 25 cents a day for a $3,000 ticket.
M. F. Marsh, Agent.
Slaughter sale of straw hats. Boys
hats at 5, 10, 15, 20 aud 25. Men's hats
at 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25, at J. W. Sparks &
Bro., 24 Market street. jlOdlw
Wanted 10,000 good hons to fatten in
the city of Maysville. Must be good
rootew. Highest price will be paid, as it
will cost nothing to feed them, and no
taxes to pay on them. Address
X. Y. Z., Maysville, Ky.
Maysville, Ky., July 15, 18S3.
To all whom it may concern : Relatives
and friends of soldiers buried in the
cemetery will confer a favor by sending
tho undersigned cotnmitteo their name,
regiment nnd company, ns they wish to
procure headstones for their graves.
Geo. N. Crawford, ")
T. M. LuM.jff Com.
Geo. M. Clinoer. J
Corrected daily by G. W. Geisei.., grocer,
Se:oudstieot, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone S 7 CO
Maysville Family 25
Old Gold 7 00
Vinson County - 'i '2b
Kentucky Mills 0 00
Butter, ft tt. .:.. lSfl'JO
Lnrdfl 3 1'-$
Eggs, tUloz la
Meal$ peck '20
Molussos, lancy 7l
Coal Oil, m gaf. 'JO
Sugar, granulated t tt 10
" A.fo 10
" yellow m 8a0
Comb Honey 15
Stralued Honey. .,
Hums, sugar cured "0 tti la
Bacon, breakfast ft lt - IS
Hominy, ty gallon J.r
Benus vt gallon -H
Potatoes "t peck, uew -.. 20
Co (tee , 12(15
Mnynvllle anil Mt. Carmel.
DallY line Leavos Mt. Carmel at 0 a. m
arrives at Maysvillo at 0:30a. m., and returns
at 2:30 p. in. Leave orders at W. A. P.
Second St. J.J. McOARTHEl'.
Miiynvlllo mul Ilurtoiivllle.
line Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday. Leave Burtouvlllo at 0 a. in. Returning,
leaves Maysvillo at 2:S0 p. ra. Orders
should no left at Yancey & Alexander's livery
stable. 8. E. POLLITT.
MayMvillo mul Mt, Olivet.
Arrives at 10 a, m. Leaves nt
2 p. m. Leavo ordors at Yancey a Alexander's
livery stable. R. H. POLLUT, Prop'r.
VnnvcbnrK, Koine, Concord. Mnnchen
tor mid JlnyHvlllc Dnlly Packet.
HANDY .Buuce Redden, Capt.
Leves Vancebura dally at
5 o'clock a.m. for Maysville.
Leaves Mavsvllle 1:30 u. in.
Connects at Manchester with stage for West
Union. For freight or passage applyon board.
.McDowell, who resided
JJ In Mason county about thirty ye irsnuo,
or his heirs, will learn something greatly to
their advantage by addressing
WM, P. COONS
J10d&w2w Comity Judge, Maysville'', ky.
WANTED By tnu expoileneed fenialo
teacher, a school. The best of reference
given. Apply at J121f THISOFFICE.
"T1TANTJBD A good cook In a small family.
tt No washing or lronlug to be done. Apply
to Odlw THISOFFICE.
l?OK It EXT-A comfortable dwelling on
1? Bildgostieet. Contains lour looms nnd
kitchen. Apply to Charles H. Mitchell at the
,mk young cows,
.wen urorfe, perieut ami in lull now of
milk jlOdlw C. B. ANDERSON.
Foil fresh Alderney rows.
Apply to JlOdlw JAS. R. CALVERT.
llkll """""- h 4 w A lot of old paper Anulv at
S.VI.i: IU,000 No. 1 half-inch Poplar
1: shingles. Addles-J. B.GLASCOCK,
I A No 5 Muster Safe, new.
JlOdlw Mt. Carmel.
enmity. Texa- land, a section of
Floyd county, iexas land. Apply to
M. F. MAHsH, Sutton street.
I7OU S.VI.K A spring wagon, good s new.
; Capacity about '2,100 pounds. Also cow
mm can, p.ui Aiucrney. Appiy to
J13d2w Wushlugtou Ky.
1?o It large number of building
lots in Good location. Title
pe:fect. Prices Will sell on
monthly payment-. Applv to
M. F. MARSH. Sutton street.
We are authorized to announce that ('HAS.
L DAWSuN Is a candidate lor coiiitnbie in
Maysville precinct No. I at the ensuing
t Election. Ho solicits the support of his
Of Hit' Kentucky Central. Itnilrund.
Time table In t fleet May 2", 1;.)
I ,1 I '- I I " I 0
KT Tln.Vi EX.1 Vo.l STATIONS. AcEx.
I A M. P. Ml lA.MP.ji
Lve.Maysvllle.' ." 5VI2 .'W Lve Lex'ton .) j
" ftum'ltt 0 13,12 IJ Lve.Cov'ton H1.0
" Clark's.. 0 17 12 45 Lve.P.ul tj 13 5Ui
' .Mar.s'11.. tj 13112 o.) " PJu'o'n
" Helena. U ;' 1 itf " Mll'b'g.. 70s oo
" Johu'n.. 0 , 1 13 " Carlisle 7 3DI0 2H
' Ellz'lle IHS 12U " Meyers. 7 45 03U
" Ewlng. 0 53. 1 j " P. Val'y 7 ol 0 12
Cowan.. 0 3.S 130 " Cowan., b' 01 0 52
" P. Val'y. 7 t.S 1 SS, " Ewlug.. S 07 O.js
" .Weyers.. 7 15 143 " Ell.'lle. 8 11 7tfl
" Call We. 7 30 2 00 " Johu'n. .S I7 7 0S
Millers ' Helena. S 25 7 li
" Mil'bu'g 7 00 2 IS " Mars'lL 8 37 7 2tl
" P.Ju'c'n " Clark's 8 42 7:i
Air Paris 8 15 2 40 " Suut'ltt 8 47 71
Arr. Lex'ton 0 10 3 45 Arr.Maysille 9 iM) 7 5.5
Arr.Cov'ton U 30 0 ihJ a.si. p.jj
A.5I. v. 51
Connects at Lexington wltli tlio i.,tn. k.
R. for Ashland, Huntington and all points
In the East and Southeast with the C. N. O.
A. T. P. R. R., for Chattanoga and the South,
with, the L. it N R. R, lor Frankiort and
C. L. BROWX,
U. P. and T. A.
'ovingtou, Flemingsburg aud Pound
Counectlne with Trains on K. C. R. R.
eave FLE5tiNasKauo for Johnson Station:
5:45 a. m. Cincinnati Express.
in. Maysville Accommodation
3:25 p. m. Lexington.
7:02 p. m. Maysville Express
..eaveJoii nson Station lor Flemingsburg on
the arrival of Trains ou tho K. C. R. R.:
0:23 a. in. 1:00 p. m.
a. in. V:.T7 o. m.
J J. McCAUTIIKT, Licensed Auctioneer
a lor Mason and adjoluluu' counties.
lelt nt the BuxLhTiN oillce will receive
prompt attention. P. O. nddiess Mt. Citrinel.
DON'T OHi:it 1IAMD or Orchestral In-
strumous, or M usical
goous of iinv kind, be-lore
sending for net prices
to ALLEN R. DOD-WORTH,
place. ew York. An
Cojonet, S13.50; Best B
Flat Cornet, :3J; Solo E
Flat Alto Trombone, S20
sent C. 0. 1), with
publicity: ieldents of any
Stnto. Desertion, Advice
and apnllcatlons for stamp. . H. LEE,
Att'y. 2:10 BVay, y. Y.
send for our Select List
of Local Newspapers. Geo. P. Rowell it
Co., 10, Spruce street., N. Y.
If. Jj JOkm
HARDWARE and IRON.
T1T rTfQi A T C will bo received
I itUJ. VWHAJW u ntll NiUurilitY.
July asili, 183, for building a wooden or
iron bridge across Pummel Creek, near Lowell.
In Mnson county. Tho span of tho brldgo
will bo forty five feet. Also at tho same llmo
proposals tor raising the abutments six feet
higher. Tho cominitteo reserve tho right to
accept or reject nil bids. Apply at
LEWIS JEFFERSON, )
A.A.PAMPELLY, ) Coin.
8. E. MASTIN, J
iXTrrpTrfTT' TO STOrKIIOLIEUS.
INWXlVJll The Stockholders of tho
Maysvillo Artificial Ico nud Refrlgorator Co.
aro notified that they aro required to pay
stock at tho following times ; One-fourth on
July 10th, July 23, one-fourth July
HOth and August Oth, to tho Superintendent,
C. S. Leach, who is authorized to
receipt for same, Stock Issued on payment of
last Installment. By order of the board,
J14d3t A. R. GLASCOCK, President.
of Inrnrporntlon Ailoptl
by the .tlnynvllle CooperHice
or tlio City or MajHIIIe, htuto
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.
Barkley, John N Thoma-.T. C. Cunipbell, D.
Hechlmer,M.C.Rusell.Oeo.'r. Hunter, E.W.
Mitchell, C. B. Cllft nnd Oeo. W. Lloyd have,
by this instrument, associated themselves
together and become Incorporated under, and
lu pursuance of the provisions of chupter 50 of
the General Statutes of Kentucky, ns the
" Maysvlll Cooperage Company," nnd by
that name slmil sue nud be sued, contract
nud be contracted with, and shall have perpetual
succession and a common seal with
power to alter same at pleasure.
2. Thecipltal stock of said corporation
shall bo divided Into shares ot one hundred
dollars (?10 ) each, and the subscription to
said capital stock shnll be paid lu ns tollows :
Twenty-live (23) per cent, ou the lt tiny of
Auaust, ls83, and the remainder In such installments
nud at such tunes and places an
the Buaril of Dlrectois may designate.
8. The shnresof stock shall be transferable
by wiltten assignment of tlieowner upon the
ceitlllcate for same shall be MUieudeied to
the company nnd cancelled ami a new certificate
Issued iu lieu thereof to the peisons holding
4. The corporation is organized for the purpose
ot mitnufactuilng battels nud barrel
staves and nil other articles made out of woo I
or of which wood Is the basis, nnd the
of said corporation shall be the
buying nnd selling and dealing lu
such articles and lu the muteilals lot m.iklug
5. The snld corporation shnll have the power
to acq die by purchase, or otherwise nnd
to hold real and personal ptopoity to such nn
amount as may be necessary and convenient
for the pioper prosecution of the business of
said company, and stinll have the same power
to dispose ot jMild property that private persons
now have under the laws of Kentucky.
0. The private propeity of the stockholders
ot said company shall be forever exeinptf 10m
nuy and all liability lor the debts mid liabilities
of said com pany.
7. The principal place of business of said
corporation shall be at Maysville, Ky.
8. The capital stock of said company shall
be thiity thousand dollars (S30.UOU). The
of stock In said company shall be
signed Uy he President nnd Secretary nud attested
by the seal of the corporation.
1). 'i he said company shall have the rlcht to
employ agents and servants, to establish by
laws and make such rules nud regulations ns
may be necessary for the management of tho
ntlulrsot thocompauy, not Inconsistent with
the provisions ot thee articles of incorporation
with the laws of this State or of the
10. The business of said company shall bo
munnged by a boaid of seven directors to be
elected by the stockholders when the sum of
eight thousand dollars ($8,000) Is subcrlbed to
the capital stock of said company and thereafter
there shall beau annual election of
on tho first Monday in July ol each
year.sald dliectorsshall hold theliolllces until
their successors nie elected and oualitied.
Each booid of directors elected In pursuauce
of this provision shall e'ect a ptesiuetr.
treasurer, secretary and superintendent, nnd
shall prescribe and define the powers aud duties
ot said otllcers. nnd from such as they
miiv prescribe laKebond with security for the
falthtul discharge ana peitonnai'Ce of their
duties. No pel ou shall be elected president
who is uot a member of the boaid of
11. Stockholders shall be entitled to one
vote tor each and every shnre of
stock held by them, lu all elections and In
all questions voted on lu meetlnus t the
stochholtleisaud may cast said vote by written
12. The Indebtedness of the company shall
not exceed the sum ot ten thousand isliyJeO)
dollms at any one time.
13. By consent of n ninlorlty of the stockholder
voting at a regular annual election
the provisions of these ntileles ot
may be amended 01 dimmed In the manner
nuthoiized by chapter 30 of the Geuernl
Statu esof Kentucky.
II. 'I he proceedings of stockholders' meetings
nnd the meetings ol the boaid of directors
shall be regularly entered lu a 000k of
the company kept for that purpose. All the
biisii ess transactions of the company shall
also be kept In n tegular set of in ofcs.
15 Any member ot this corporation may
withdraw theretrom nt nuy time,
his stock to the company. Certificates
of stock shall be assigunole ns above
piovlded, but any stockholder withdrawing
tiiiiii the corpoiatlou by surrendering his
stock, shall receive nothing iroiu the company
ou his withdrawal.
10. Thlscoiporatlon shall commence on the
10th ot July, .83, and shall continue thereafter
lor the period of twenty-five yeuis, aud
longer, If renewed as authorized by law.
Iu testhnouy whereol, the said 1
have hereunto subscribed their uatnes
this llth day of July, Is!:
C. B. DUKE.
E. W. .MITCH EL.
J. JAS. WOOD,
CHAS. H. WHITE,
W. B. MATHEWS,
HENRY E. POOUE,
STATE OF KENTUCKY, 1 July Torm.
Mason Coiintv Court, j Juty 0, ls,SJ.
Whereas, There lias a vucancy occurred
lu the oillce of Justice ot the Peace, In Dover
Precinct. No. 3, occasioned by the failure of
Samuel Howard, the Jutlce elect to quality J
In MLieivn Precinct. No. 4, occasioned by the
failure ot George F. Winter, tho Justice elect
to qualify; lu Geiiiinntown Precinct. No. 5,
occasioned by the failure of Abner Kelly, the
Justice elect to quullly : and also In the oillce
ol Coustable In Maysville Precinct, No. 1, occasioned
by the failure of Joiopli Metcal'e,
thet'oiist.ible elect to qualify; and lu Snrdls
Precinct, No. 0, occasioned bv the (allure of
John A. Collins, the ConsHhie elect to quality.
It Is theielore ordered that the Sheutt of
.Mason county cause a poll to be opened at
tho tegular voting places In said precincts on
the tiist Monday in August, Iss?, it being the
dily of tho regular Aumist election for tho
purpose ot elect lug Justices ol the Peace ami
Constables to fill the vacancies in snld precinct
aforesaid, nud make return theieot accord
inn to law. A copy attest :
W. W. BALL, C'leik Maou Co. C'ouit.
opens its Forty-filth annual Session Sept, :i,
lJi:i. Pet'sous liavluu daughters to educate
will do well to examine Its catalogue betoie
selecting a school.
HEALTHFUL; TfcRMS MODERATE.
For catalogues address
IV. II. .STUART. Principal,
Jy0d&w2m Shelbyvllle, Ky.
ALL persons indebted to tho late firm of
Hoiuin & Cllft will please cull at our Inw
oillce on Court street nnd make prompt payment
or wo will be compelled to proceed to
collectsame bylaw. SALLEE&SALLEE,
NOTICE to COimACTORS.
VTOTICE is hereby given that sealed
posals for the construction of a new Catholic
Church at Maysllck, will bo received until
Saturday. July 2.Sth. The building Is to be
forty feet wldo nud seventy leet long and will
bo a framo structure. Tho plaus and
can bo seen by calling ou John
Maysvillo, Ky. All bids ahould ho addressed
to tho uuderslgned,
, ,, , REV.J.IIICKEY,
JyOJ&wiw Maysllck, Ky.