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A SAFE AND PROFITABLE5 INVESTMENT!
Is the Masen County Building and Saving Association. (
The Thirteenth Series Will Open Next Saturday, September the 3d
TAKE STOCK AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. APPLY TO
M. C RUSSELL, Secretary,
Or R. K. HOEFLICH, Treasurer.
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The Editor of Tub Lrnnm is net responsi
ble ter the opinions expressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend
ents: but nothing rellectlng upon the charac charac
ter or habits of any person will be admitted
tJrCerrjm(fnbi will )ilwe eiI littler hi
a terrnch u net Utter than 9o'clech a. n. Give
fact in (it few north a lhle. HV mint
tune in thli ilefHtrtmenl, and net mlvtrtlttnu.
notice nr imtflfail avutnenb.
The follewinir ure authorized Aiwnt for
The 1'uut.tC IiF.unKii In thelr repeetlelocnl repeetlelecnl
Itles: Meranhurv Matthew llettmiiu.
7Wni Hebert II. Cord.
Minerva I'rank W. Hawes.
.S'anile-II. 0. Orliisby.
Orangeburg C. It. Hess.
SprlngilaleC. C. Dvirraun.
Mawliek Charles Wheeler.
Vaneebure Mrs. Jcnnle Stew art.
.1ft. Carnu-l Kelly i, Koxuerthy.
Ai(iuta Lcandcr Tully.
Peetl Jeseph W. Williams.
Subscribers will sae the treuble of letter
writlng by paylnjr their subscriptions te the
Afrent at their plactt
"V. T. Pollitt hail his bale yesterday.
Frank Day of W. C. is here en a
Several of our teachers are attemling
the institute this week.
Miss Irene Rowland left yesterday for
Midway where she will attcud school.
The contract for buildini: our new
schoolhouse is still open. Let in have
some mere bids
A great de il of tobacco is being cut in
this section this week.
Isaac Manly died at his home near
Ma slick Monday morning, Aug. 2!)th.
Mrs E. P. Hurry and children returned
-te their home at Cynthiana Saturday
A luiue crowd from this vicinity at
tended the Sunday school picnic at Ewing
last Saturday ami report a geed time.
Mr-i William McGheeanddauchterand
"Mrs C W Williams left Monday morn
ing te vMtfnends in Lexington and take
in the fair
Misc Nannie Ueulthard and Hyrninnia
Uuningten of Paris returned hemeSatur
day after a week's pleasant visit with
riends and relatives here.
T. J. Prather and wife left Monday
evening te attend the funeral of Alexan
der Daugherty, who died at his home
near Millcrsburg last Sunday cveuing.
Mr. Daugherty was formerly a citizen of
Seme of the farmers have commenced
The apples are falling from the trt.es.
Winter apples will be scarce.
Jeseph McNutt is improving his farm
by putting up a stone fence.
The colored folks talk of commencing
their new schoelhouso this week.
Our friend Hamer Rye is still in bad
health at his home near Washington.
Mr and Mrs. William Marsh visited
relatives in Charleston Bettem last Sun
day. Emmitt Turner is said te have the best
growing crop of tobacco in this neigh
borhood Tim Lkwikk went en te Germantown
last Tuesday and returned Wednesday
Jehn Higgins will rebuild his wire
fence this week which was cut te pieces
one night last week..
Miss Mattie McNutt of Maysville has
been en the creek ler several days visit
ing friends and relatives
William Ruber and family of Charles
ton Bettem were visiting the family of
Themas Strausbeugh last Sunday.
We had two new nnd two geed sub
scribers last week te Tub Ledheii. Who
will he the first te subscribe this week.
Miss Sallie Dickey of Hilltop, Fleming
county, is the guest of Miss Sallie Hughes
of near Fern Leaf She attended church
here last Sunday.
The people out here are interested one
way and another concerning the Post Pest
office. Be patient, Uncle Sam is a little
slew, but mighty sure
Jereme Appelgate will teach the fall
school at this place, and Miss Maude
Downing will teach the Charleston Bet
tern school New de you understand
Mr nnd Mrs. Themas M Downing
came down Sunday te sec Mrs Meran,
Mrs. Downing's mother. We premised
te say nothing about the applebutter and
C D. Bradburg of Germantown sends
the agent at this place twenty-tlve cents
as regular as the month comes around te
pay for Tub Lkuekii. Let n few ethers
de likewise. '
Rev. J. B. Nelsen preached his fare
well sermon last Sunday at the old Stene
Church. At the clese of the service the
congregation Joined in singing "Ged be
. with you till we meet again. Brether
.Nolsen has been Paster of the church for
two years and Hays he has learned te love
the members While they are leth te
Slve him up, we hope the cetifcrencc
will give him a geed appointment The
best wishes of the people out here go
with him wherever he may go.
Heme time since a correspondent ro re ro
etiMted all points te make, a report of
ueawelvw. I have been watting te hear
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TC VJ i' M W.i'tf J'iWe in -
from our regular correspondent. But I
suppose he is waiting for some startling
event te occur before writing. But I am
glad there is net any occurrence te note.
Everything is delightfully quiet, no in
fringement, net even the old autherative
North Ferk of Licking has made en
croachment en the geed people of this
place for some time passed. It has just
moved calmly en nuYmlinir much joy for
the heys te bathe and fish in, their enter
tainment at this time of the yean But
when the long winter nights come they
cencicgatc in the stores listening te the
thrilling adventures of war and hunting,
which the elder ones arc well supplied
I will give an old hunter story verba
turn: Once upon a time I was in the
wheat field cutting the grain en the Fourth
of July, when a fe.x came by with a pack
of hounds close upon it. I could net re
sist the fun. I left my work and started
ahead of the hounds. I run about three
miles till the fox started across the North
Ferk which was frozen ever here. I cap
tured him, and in the struggle I broke
through the ice, but I waded te the shore
with my fev, and when I went te raise
my feet te step en shore it was tee heavy.
I sat down en the ice and pulled oft my
beets and they were full of very fine fish.
This story might make the unsuspect
ing believe in miracles, but it is well
known it comes from a source where
truth never is cxpectqd te come.
Ml nr That Are Let.
Every here throughout the vett are
le6t mines. Every state and territory
that has geld or silver has heveral of
them. Around each there clings a hale
of romance. The lest Pegleg mine en
the Colerado desert is the latest te hare
an inning and be noticed by th press.
There is a. lest Cabin mine near Crater
lake, in Oregon. Mentana, Wyoming,
Idaho and New Mexico have le&t mines
of some sort or ether, all rich, and
locked in the depths of the Navajo res
ervation in Arizona is another lest mine.
Men with guns and picks and burros
steal in from time te time in quest of
the latter. Sometimes in referring te
the various lest mines they are singu
larly mixed, until the problem is made
harder te 6elve as te just what they
Suicide for Seutatlnu.
There is in Paris a class of suicides
who make every arrangement for stud
ied effect. They are known te the po
lice as suicides a sensation. Te6pitc
some persons and make themselves
Ehuddcringly remembered, all th de
tail is thought out Numberless letters
of farewell are written, an elaborate
will is prepared, the rooms are put In
order, and the best clothes are denned.
Poison or the fames of charcoal are pre
ferred by this class; the revolver or
drowning disfigure the features tee
much and spoil the effect. And this
form of suicide seems te be largely en
Crazes In Japan.
There hire been during the past years
a series of fashionable crazes in Japan.
The year IS73 was the rabbit year. The
Japanese went wild ever tliese little
quadrupeds. As much as 300 was paid
for a dngle specimen, and bpeculatierra
In 100 and 200 rabbits were of daily
occurrence. Ceck fighting, printing
dictionaries by subscription, beating,
whist, waltzing, gigantic funerals and
table turning arc among ether recent
Fiue and Accident Ins. W. R Warder
will open Monday, September Mh, with a full
corps of well iualitled and experienced teach
ers. Fer full particulars apply te the Semi
nary, or the Principal,
J. S. HAYS.
Advance sale opens Monday morning,
Sept. 12th, at 8 o'clock
T.H. N.SMITH, DENTIST !
Vie latet Leeal Antithetic or the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Fer keeplnflr your teeth and kuidi In order
Ue Bmpenla. best teeth vrash known te the
world. OSIce, Second itreut.
We art) authorized te announce J. C. JKF
FEHSON a the Democratic candidate for
Sheriff of Masen county at the eleotlen te be
held Tuesday, November 8th, 1S'.
the heaillnu uf "Help
iritilf," " LuKt," " Found," .lc, e nil accepta
ble nature, ami nut te exceed three line, en thi
jxiee, are FllEK te all.
VtfXe Hutne .ttfrcrf forwent Inst i ted u ffi
If antucr fall te come thcfiit time, ucinvlte
a many rtjittUlan a are iicceirj te secure
uhat l'iu ailvcrtl'cfer. IIV u th the advertiser
te feel that they are net impoimien u by wing
our free telumn.
Advertisement can be lift at our iijiUe or rnt
threimh the mall te
rue I'uuLic i.edekh euMi'Axr,
An. WK. Third Street.
7 ANTED Twe weed scub women.
at the upera-nouse at once.
"WANTED A man with here. wagon will
be furnished laee, te eell machines.
Apply at U7 Sutten street.
FOH SALE A treh Cew and nor calf. Ap
ply te JOHN SMAM., Aberdeen, or llO
M a rket street. Mb)8VIHe. Ky.
WANTED Man te take care of olllce and
de houewerk. Atiply at this olllce.
WANTED Te let the contract ler building
addition te echoeU'oiiM1. Appl) te
TItUSTEES PLMiLICSCHOOL. Uoctervlllo. Ivy
WANTED Situation by a jeuuif. slnjtle
man. Will de anythlnir. Have had ex-
nerlence as clerk In a Kcneral store. Apply at
WANTED An experienced teinale nure
Immediately. Apply te DK. &. I'ANG
"WANTKD-My friends and the public te
knew that I am here te de their work,
and net te listen te any tale that are told, but
come and see me. O. O. I.AVTON.
WANTED The ladles te call and see the
latest and nebbiest tliliik'S In Fall Mllll-
niT. ANNA M. Flt.VZAlt. Atrent.
WANTED-A teacher ler the school In Dl-
t trlct Ne. .10. Gentleman pteterred.
Apply te O. N. HAHDING, I. O. address
Mn)sllle. Ky. .
"WANTED The people te knew that Miss
Eliahcth P. WIIen will open a Nljjht
Scheel en the first Monday In September.
Fer terms and tull particular- apply te the
abee at 114 F.at Second street. Mil) s llle. K .
WANTED Liidlis te knew that Mrs. Jehn
Hill Iscamlnir en a DicsmuMinr es
tablishment at Miss Anna Frazar's, and would
lie triad te ha e tliem cull.
AAfANIED Geed second-baud uwnlnir at
once. Address WILLIAM DLMtST. City
OH SALE Oil THADE-A poed here and
Jersey milch cow, s. I'ANOIUKN. M.li.
FOK SALE A span of Ne. 1 need Mules.
Alse one saddle and hnrnets Hore com
bined. CHAHLES IlItAMEL. Ma slick. Ky.
FOH SALE Abet et tltst-class carpenter's
Toels and two larjje Teel chests. G. N.
Crawford's blacksmith shop.
FOH SALE A Furniture Matren. Apply te
or address LEANDEIt TULLY. Augusta,
OH SALE-Iltilldlng let en Grunt street.
Apply te J. T. CAUNAHAN.
LOST Last Thursday en the cars or In the
Amphitheater at the Fair Grounds, a
pair et Mether of Pearl Opera-glasses In n
black kid case. Finder please leae at this
olllce and receive reward.
LOST Iletween Market street and the Opera
house, or In the Opera-house, a red rib
bon sash. Het urn te this elllce and reecho
LO&T On the read between Legan's Gap
and Sllckuway Ilrldge Lady's Geld lllng,
tlger eje. setting engraed with a Lady's
face. A rew ard w III be gl en for the rece ery
of the same. S. PANGHUHN, M. D., Majs Majs
LOST Geld lluckleand Watch Key.betwcen
C. and O. Denet unci Central Hetel.
Finder will please return te Li.deek othce and
I' OST Sunday evcnlntr en Second street
J and Wells & Digger's stable a lad 's geld
Watch with monogram J. A.M. A liberal re
w ard for return et same te this elllce.
LOST Small Hay Herse about IS j cars old.
Any Information will be thankfully re
cclred by JOHN LITTLE, Ma) s llle, Ky.
LOST A geld Necklace with Funiuolse
Heart attached. On Frent or Second
street between Wall and Market 6treet. or en
Sutten street. Please return te C. 8. WOOD.
LOST Uetwcen Daulton's grocery and
Plumville, en the Iturtenvlllu nlke, a pulr
of rubber Noge-glases. Finder please loae
at this elllce.
LOST Pair et Spectacles, made bj Shreurds
& Kasper, Chicago. Please return te
W. H. J ANITA It V.
OUND A deer Key. Owner can" have
same by calling at this etticc.
Te Article Oue of Articles Incorpora
ting the Oakwood. Distillery Ce.
AutiClk te umend Article I of Articles of In
corporation of Oakwood Distiller Company,
of Ma) svllle. Masen county, Kentucky, re
corded in Deed Heek Ne. KI, page 441.
He It known te all whom It may concern,
that at a meeting of the stockholders of the
Oakwood Distillery Company, Maysvlllv,
held at Its elllce In Maysville, Kentucky,
Friday, June :id, 18U2, it was agreed
that the corporate nume of said company
be changed from Oakwood Distillery Com
pany te Poyntz Hretheru Company, and
that hereafter the business of Bald coriiora ceriiora coriiera
tlon be conducted under the corerato nume
of Poyntz Ilrothers Company. And It was
runner u green ui saici meeting iiiiu non n.
Poyntz, Secretary and Treasurer of said
Onkw oed Distillery Company.he and he was au
thorized te make proper acknowledgment of
said change or name before the Clerk el Ma Ma
eon County Court, and causa sii me te be pub
lished nnd recorded as required by law.
HEN II. POVNTZ.
Sre.niid Trtiin.e OaKuit Oistlllerti C".
8t.tf, or Kkistuukv, I e,.
Masen County. f"'
I, T. M. Peurce, Clerk et the County Court
for the county and state aforesaid, de certify
that the foregoing Instrument or writing was
this day produced te me In said county and
acknowledged before me by Hen II. Poyntz, a
a party thereto, te be his act and deed, and
ledged for record, whereupon the mine, to
gether with this ourtlticate, hath been duly
admitted te record In ray ottleo.
Given under my hand this !d day of June,
18D8. T, M. PKAUCK. Clerk,
Ily J. C. Levol, D. C.
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Jt TV- Uwy
fe. S. SAVAGE, President.
. . . FOUE
Tiettini:. Hunnini: ant! Pacini: Uaces each day Fruit, Floral and Vegetable
Displays. Fine Peultiy Exhibit. Amusements of all kinds. Excursion rates en nil
railroads entering the city. Fer Premium List and Printed Matter, address
I P. J. MUKPHY,
hUCCKSbOU TO 1I0ITKK i. 3IUKPHY.
Hen. A. K.Cele, Judge Ma) s llle
J. II. bailee. Commonwealth Att'y. .Masvllle
Hen D. Parry, Clerk Ma grille
Allan D. Cele, M aster Commissioner. Ma) sr ille
Masen At Maysrille.Tuesday nf ter the sec
ond Monday In January, April, July and Octo
ber. Fleming At Flemlngsburg, third Monday In
May and Ne ember.
Greenup At Oreenup, fourth Menda) in
February and August. ,
Lewls At Vanceburg second Monday In
June and December.
Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday utter third
Menda) In September and leurtb Monday In
MA40N COITNTV COUKT.
Meet Stcend Mendau In Each Menth.
Thes. H. Phlstcr, Presiding Judge. . . Ma) svllle
Charles 1). New ell, County Attorney . M it) s Ille
T. M. Pearce, Clerk... ( Maj svllle
Jehn W. Aloxnnder, Sherltf Ma)svllle
J. CJctferSOtll rinnniln.! Mii)sllck
Rebert C. Kirk, Jailer MajeWlle
Jehn I). Hee, Corener Majsllle
Jehn C. Everett, Asesor Ma)SVllle
O. W. Hlattcrman, Scheel Sup't. . .MiosWIle
LQnarterly Court meets Tuesday after the
second Monday in March, June, September
aim December, and has civil Jurisdiction te
the amount of Jno.
Ma) s Ille Ne. 1. Jehn L. Grant, Magistrate,
holds court, the first Tuesday In each mouth.
Jacob Miller, Muglstrate, holds court the
fourth Tuesday In each month. Win. II. Daw Daw
Maysville Ne. 2.-T. J. Plekett, Magistrate
holds court the first Saturday In each month,
William Peppor, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Saturday In each month. J. Ii. McNutt,
Devor James Karnshew and Frank Luns
ford. Magistrates, held courts en the first and
third Wcdncsda)s in March, June, September
anil December. Jehn Hunyon. Constable.
Minerva O. N. Woaver and Josepb M. Uar,
Magistrates, held courts en the first and third
Thursda)g In March, June, September and
December. William K. King, Constable
Germantown Lcslle H.Mannen and Win, l.
Woodward. Magistrates, hfild courts en the
first Friday and third Saturday In March,
June, September and December. William
Sardls .1. M. Hall and James II. Grlgsby.
Magistrates, held courts en the second and
fourth Saturdays in March, June, September
and December. A, J. Suit. Constable
Maysllck-CharlcH W. Williams and J. D.
Itavmend, Magistrates, held courts en the sec
ond and fourth Fridays In Mareh, June, Sep
tember and Deeembcr. James It. ltobersen.
Lewisburg Isaae D. Mcllvaln and Josenh
M. Alexander, Magistrates, held courts en the
second and fourth Thursdays In March, June,
September and December, S. M, Strode, Con
stable Orangeburg M. D. Farrew and Lewls M.
Cellls, Magistrates, held courts en the first
Saturday and last Monday In March. June,
September and December. W. II. Coryell,
Washington Edward Helfry and Arthur K.
Weed, Magistrates, held courts en the fourth
Tuesdays and third Wednesdays In March,
June, September and Doeembor. Geerge O.
Murphysrflle-Jehn E. Wells and W. W.
Wnrthlngten, Magistrates, held courts en the
fourth Mendaysand third Thursdays In March,
June, Soptembor and Deoembor. II. T. Sul
ci I (Te, Constable,
Fern Leaf Samuel E. Mastln and Powell II.
Owens, Magistrates, bold courts en the second
and fourth Saturda) sin Mareh, June, Septem Septom Soptem
bor and December. Chariet Walllnyferd, Con
stable flelena William I.uttrell and Jeseph W
Hateman, Maglet rates, held courts en the sec
ond and fourth Wednesday! In March. June,
September and December. James It, Furrow,
JyB WVWVV vwWW W t t rVrV
M. II. HOUSTON, Secretary.
DAYP' . . .
21st, 22d and 23d.
N. DAVIS, Secy, Ashland.
Repairing of all Kinds
CINCINNATI DIVISION CIILSAPEAKK AM) OHIO
fNe.2... 140 a. Ill
I...,., I -'ii. a vi p. m
Ne. 4 b (O p. m
Ne. 1 fi 22 a.
Ne. ID . . 5 40 a.
Ne. 17 10 IS a.
Ne. J I 25 p.
Add twentr-slx minutes te net cltv'tlnie
Nes. 19 and SO are the Mu)svllle accommoda
tion, and Nes. IT and IS the Huntington accom
modation. Nes. I and 2 are the fast ovpress
and Nes.;i and 4 the F. F. V.
Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) is a solid train with through
dining car and Pullman sleepers te Washing
ton, Haltlmore, Philadelphia and New Yerk.
Through Pullman sleeper te Richmond, Va.,
and Old Point Comfert. Ne. 2 is a solid train
with Pullman sleeper le Washington, making
all Eastern and Southeastern connections.
The accommodation trains are dally cAccpt
unua) ; me rest are iiaiiv
Dlrect connection nt Oil
Cincinnati ler points
West and Seuth.
Leaves Ma svllle at
5:30 a. in. for Paris, Lox Lex
Ington, Cincinnati, Rich
mond. Stanford, f.iv.
Ingston, Jcllice, Mlddlcsboreugb, Cumberland
Gap, Frankfort. Louisville and points en N.
N. and M. V., Eastern Division.
Leiues Maysvllle at 1:45 p. m. ter Paris, Cin
cinnati, Le.xinirtnn, Winchester, Richmond
and points en N. N. and M. V., Eastern DIMS DIMS
Arrive ut Ma) svllle at 10.00 a. in. and 8:45
All trains daily except Sunday.
Add twenty-six minutes te get city time
nilttCT ItOUTK WEST
The Ohie and Mtfrnli
Is the short line be
tween Cincinnati and
St. Leuis, and all or its
trains run threuirh solid
te St. Leuis. Ne transferring of baggage or
of passengers who travel en O. and M. trains.
Less than ten hours Is our time te St. Leuis,
where our trains make connection In the
Union Depot with trains of all lines for the
West, Southwest and Northwest.
The Ohie and Mississippi Railway is the di
rect and fast line te Louisvllle.
The Ohie and Mississippi Hallway glves spo spe
clal attention te colonists going West, either
single or In parties. Our agents are pre
pared at all times te furnish Information as te
rates and routes te points Wrst, and when
passongers arc ready te start wM secure their
tickets at lowest rates and attend te cheek
ing baggage through te destination.
Fer tickets via O. and M. Hallway and
further Information call en agents of connect
ing lines or address U. W. PARIS,
Central Passenger Agent O. and M. Hall
way, 48 West Fourth Street. Cincinnati, (),
Cincinnati, Portsmouth, MiKSandy'anu
, Pomeroy Packet Company.
The splendid beats of this llur, running be
tween Cincinnati, Portsmouth, I ronten Hunt
ington, Gallipells and Pomeroy, pass Mays Mays
vlleo as follews: .
Pomeroy Packets Hostena. Telegraph and
City or Madisen pass Ma) svllle either way at
1 e clock a. m.
Hnifunza up dally for Vanceburg at 8 a. m
returning for Cincinnati, passes Maymllle
dally, oxeept Sunday, at 3 p. in.
Fer freight or paitage apply le
rOH PRINTING neatly and quickly oxeeuted
' at The Public Ledger Jeb Itoemi.
Majer . , E. E. Peiiixe, Jr
City Clerk Martin A, O'Hare
Collector andl'reasurer. . It. A. CechrtiK, Jr
Marshal ., Jameslletlin
Assessor A.N. Huff
Weed and Cenl Inspector William Davis
Wharfmustcr CM. Pblster
City Prosecutor J.N. Kehoe
city I'tiysicien Dr.C.C.Owcns
City Undertaker Q. A. Means tc Sen
. sirs, sari!
. Sarah E. Sapp
Meet First Thunday Evening In Each Menth.
William H. Cox, President.
(I) W. II. Cox,
(II) Conard Rudy,
(St M. F. Kehoe.
(3)C. II. Pearce, Jr.
(1) E. W. Fltxgerald,
(2) II. It. Hlorhewer,
(3) L. C. Hatterman.
(1) Thes. M. Weed,
(2) Rebert Ficklin.
(J) H L. Newell.
(1) Gee. C. Fleming
(.)) J. I. Salisbury.
(1) Gee. Scbroeder,
(2) Polk Hicks.
The figures Indicate the number or years
each Councilman has te sero from January,
Confldciice Ledge Ne. hi Meets first Metr
day night In each mouth.
Masen Ledge Ne. 342 Meets second Monday
night In each month.
Ala) svllle Chanter Ne. 9 Meets third Mon
day night In each mouth.
Mat svllle Commander- Ne. 10- Meets fourth
Monday night Iti each month.
DeKnlb LodgeNo. 12 Meets et cry Tuesday
Ringgold LodgeNo. 27 Meets ever)- Wednes
Plsgah Encampment Ne. 0 Meets second
and teurth Menda) s lu et ery month.
Canten Mil) st Ille Ne. 2 Meets third Monday
night In each month.
Filendshlp Ledgo Ne. 42, D. or It. -Meets
first Monday night in each month.
KNtOltTS OF rVTHIAS.
Limestone Ledge Ne. SO Meets et er) Friday
'Maysrlllc Dltlslen Ne. U, U. H. Meets first
Tuesday In every month.
p. e. s. A.
Washington Camp Ne.. I MeetseveryTliurs
n. a. it.
Joeph Helcr Pest Ne. 1 1 Meets first and
third Saturda) s In each month.
M. C. Hiitchlns Camp Ne. 2. S. of V. Meets
etery Wednesday evening.
Weman's Relief Cerps Mtets second and
fourth Saturda) s In each mouth.
K. OF II.
Matsvllte Lodire Ne. 2T7H. Miets first and
third TuesdiDS In each month.
St. Patrick's Ueiiorelent Societ) Meets
every second Sunday.
Sodality el the II. V. M. Meets every Sun
day. Father Mathew Total AbstiiiLiice Saclet)
Meets first Sunday lu each month.
Ancient Order or Hlberiiiuus Meets third
Sunday in each mouth.
Knights or St. Jehn Meets ever) Tuesday
German Relief Society Meets first Monday
night lu each mouth.
Acacia Ledgo Ne. 21, F. A. M. Meets second
Wednesdit) night in each month.
Mt. Harmen Chapter Ne. 8, II. A. M.Mects
second Friday In each mouth.
Palestine Cammandery Ne. tJ, K. T. Meets
fourth Friday In each month.
a. v. e. e. f.
Mitt svllle Star Ledgo Ne. 1IU8. Meets first
and third Friday night In each month.
Household of Ruth Ne. 37. Meets second
Thursday night lu each month.
DAUOIITEItS OF THE TAlll.HNACLi:.
Conge River Tabernacle Ne. 80. Meets first
Thursday In each mouth.
DAUOIITEItS OF THE OOOI) HAMA1UTAN.
Evans Ledge rJe. . Meets tlrgt Wednesday
night In each mouth.
u. n. f.
Geed Will Ledgo Ne. 40. Meets first Satur
day and third Wednesday night lu each month.
Yeung's Temple Ne. 44. Meets first Monday
night In each month.
e. a. it.
McKlunevaii Pest Ne. lwi. Meets teurth Sat
urday night In each month.
Weman's Relief Cerns Ne. 2b. Meets first
Tuesday In each month.
Netice of Iiicoriierntioii of Maysillle
1. Netice is herebygh en that Jehn T. Klcnf
Ing. J.C. Pecer.T. H. N. Smith, Ernle White,
I). Hcehlnirer. Cleon C. Owens. J. A. Heed.
Themas It. Phlster, W. W. Hall and M.U. Mo Me
Carthy hare formed a corporation named
laaisvine sanuaiiuni oemiinny.in accoruance
with the previsions of Chapter CO, General
2. The principal place of business Is Mays
ville, Masen county, Kcntuck).
3. The business of the corporation Is te es
tablish and maintain an Institute at Maysvllle
for the euro of the liquor, tobacco and mor
4. The capital stock Is ten thousand dollars,
dhided Inte shares or ten dollars each, te be
paid ter In money or ether property as may be
agreed upon, te be paid In en call of Directors.
5. The corporation begins May 9th, 1892, and
Is te contlnue for twonty-tlve years.
U. The business of the company shall be
managed by a Heard or flve Directors, who
shall be elected annually by the stockholders
and who shall held olllce for ene year and
until their successors ate elected and qual
fled. The Directors shall from thelr numbei
elect a President nnd Vice-President, and
from tbelr number or the stockholders, a Sec
rotary and Treasurer.
7. The highest amount of Indebtedness or
liability te which the corneratlon Is te sub
ject Itself Is two thousand dollars.
. Ine pnvaie prepeny ei tee siucunuiuurs
Is te be exempt from the oertiorato debts. "
JOHN T. FLEMING, President.
Attest: Tnes. It. Piiibtkh, See. and Treas.
Extension of Timet
Sealed nronesals will be received by the un
dersigned until neon of MONDAY, Beptetnber
Bib, 1SU2, ter the orcctlen or a residence In the
city or Maysvllle, Ky.
Plans and specifications may be seen at the
eIlltQ or Cratisey & Hrewn, Archltects, Wftr-
Jiiis iiioeK,uineinnuti,anaai inoeinoooi'im
'itbi.ie Lkixikh In Maysvllle,
Hldi must Incl'jde the entire work.
The right Is reierved te reject any nr all
bids. ' THOMAS A. DAVIS.