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Minerva Frank Hnwcs. Sartlln . O. OrlKsby. Oranuehurv C. It. Hess. Sprlnetlale C. C. reitmun. Mayltck Charles Wheuler. VancrJmrv Mrs. Jcnnle Stenart. Mt. Carmfl Kelly & Foxworthy. Auautta LeamlerTully. . IVni Jeseph W. Williams. A Subscribers will save the treuble of lotter letter wrltinir by payinjr their subscriptions te the Aftcnt nt their Dlace. A STATEMEWr. Editor Ledger: Noticing in your issue of yesterday that I was accused of bcini connected with the stealing of a watch from James Cullen's barber-shop, I wish te make a statement. I was net implica ted in the affair in any way. It is true that I went across the river, but I went ever there because my father had threat ened te have me locked up for being drunk and I did net want te go te the station house. I was in Maysville all day yesterday and have net been ar rested. I defy anyone te prove that 1 had n hand in the watch stealing. Hop ing you will publish this. I am yours, Fran k Hassex. llKCTOltriLLE. Several cases of diphtheria in this place. Professer Deyle begau the school in this.place September 5th. Themas Deatly set in te work a month Monday morning for Mrs. Mary A. Cele. Misses Lula Trislcr and Anna Wells of Maysville arc visiting Miss Blanch Kirk land. 'A. K. Muttingby left Monday for Win chester te attend college. He is prcpar prcpar ing.er the ministry. Tub velerans seem te have things their own way at New Orleans. AVk would be clad te hear from our neighborhood correspondents. The steel plant at Ashland uses water from the city works, and it costs 800 a day. CitAiiLES A. Gahiixeu at the Washing ton Opera-house en Thursday, Septem ber 13th. OovEUNeu Hkewn" has vetoed the bill classifying the various cities and tewus Of the stau- WlM.IAM L Sl'TIIEIlLANU of this city will wed Miss Bunch at Esculapia Springs en the 13th inst. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. OllUial Call for County Cenientiuii te lie Held en SVptemlier 12tli. Pursuant te instructions of the Re publican Executive Committee of Masen county a mass convention of the Repub licans of this county is called te meet at the Courthouse in the city of Maysville en Monday, September 12th. 1892, nt 11 30 a. m., for the purpese of nominating candidates for Sheriff, Circuit Court Clerk and Corener. Alse te select dele gates te the Congressional and Judical Conventions te be held in Ashland Sep tember 22d. 1S92. M C HuTcniNS, Chairman S T Hickman. Secretary. A liiiDit Thlu In Keep at llauj. Frem The Trey (Kansas) Ohief. Seme .years age we were very much subject te severe spells of cholera merbus; aud new when we feel any of tha symptoms that usually j recced that ailment, such as sickness at tic stomach, diarihcea. etc., we become scary. We have found Cham berlain's Celic, Cholera and Diarrhcea . Remedy the very thing te straighten one out in such cases, and always keep it about We ate net writing this for a pay testimonial, but te let our readers knew what is a geed thing te keep in the house. Fer sale byPewcr & Reynolds, FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT. Republican C'omeniien Called te Meet at Aslilaml en September 22d. Te the Jlqiublicans of the First Apptl late Court Dutrict: The new election law having rendered it necessary, the Rcpublt can Executive Committce of the First Appellate Court District of Kentucky hereby declares that a convention of the Republicans of said District, composed of the counties of Bath, Boyd, bracken, Bourbon, Bell. Breathitt, Carter, Clark, Clay, Estill. Elliett, Floyd, Flem ing. Greenup, Harlan, Jehnsen, Jacksen, Knox. Knett, Laurel, Letcher, Leslie, Lee, Lewis, Lawrence, Madisen, Masen, Montgomery, Morgan, MngetHn, Martin, Slenifec, Nicholas, Owsley. Perry. Pike, Powell, Robertsen, Rockcastle, Rewan and Wolfe will be held in the city of Ashland, Ky , en Thursday, September 22d, 1892. nt 2 o'clock p m for the Jurpose of nominating a candidate for udge of the "Court of Appeals The Chairman of tfie Republican Committee of each county In the District is hereby earnestly requested te call and held a County Convention in due time, te select delegates te said convention nt the time and pluce aforesaid The basin of representation from each county shall be one delegate for each ene hundred and one delegate for each fraction ever fifty votes cast for "Ben jamin Harrison In 1898 Representation from each county In the District is urgently deslrcd cither by delrgate or proxy. Ed. Daum. Chair First Appellate Court District. Frk and Accident Ina. V. II Warder. jyJajpggs; MAILF Amone the Incidents of childhood that Btand out in leld relief, as our memory reverts te the days when we wero young, none nre mero prominent than severe sickness. The yeuug mother vividly re members that it was Chnmbor Chnmber Iain's Cough Remedy cured her of croup, and In turn administers it te her own offspring mid always with the best results. Keranic by Power & Reynolds. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ren 8IICU11-K. We nre authorized te announce J. C. JKF FEKSON a the Democratic candidate for Sheriff of Maen county at the election te be held Tuesday. Ne ember 8th, 1MB. rHEE ADVERTISING. Vr flirtrnrinl Atlcctikcmcntnuiuta ll 0 jlLLVl (JCJ the luiuHug of " licit ndtr i iM'tinM," ' Situations Wanted," " Ijeft," " Fuuwl," Ac, ej an accepta ble nature, ami net te rxeced three lines, en thl xtae, are FREE te all. t tST"ie Burtneee .Ulvertttcmcnt Inncrtnl irWi irWi eut JXl). ansicers fall te conic the first time, u- (iivCre ns ma ii y rrpetKleiin a at iicccccarj (e tccure ichat you advertise for. We u Mi the advertisers te feel that then aic net immlne en w Uu ulne our free column. AdvcrtUemcntt can be left at our etficc or tent through the mall te THIC I'UUUC LEDGER COMPANY, AY. 10 E. Thlnl Street. WANTED. w ANTED-Strlpper boy. OUT i: THOMAS. w 7AXTED A Hey te work In grocery. W. U. lilL'HESU.N, .MarKet sireei. WANTED A boy le j curs old, raised en a farm who can furnish the best testi monials te preve that hels Industrious, com petent and faithful, wants n position ler work en a farm or in town. Apply at thl oilice. WANTED A poed cook, white preferred, in n , small family. Geed wages. Ap- ply nt 214 Fourth street. WANTED A man itli horse, wagon w 111 ? be furnished face, te sell machines. A pply at 117 Sutten street. w ANTED Man te tnke enre of olHce and de housework. Aeply at this eiilce. WANTED Te let the contract for building i addition te schoolhouse. Apply te TUUSTEES PUtlLICSCHOOIi. Itectervllle. Ky w 7ANTED Situation by a jeunif. single i man. Will de nnrthimr. Haveliad ex perience us clerk In a general store. Apply at Sanitarium. WANTED Ladles te knew that Mrs. Jehn Hill Is carrying en u Dressmaking es tablishment at Miss Anna Fniznr's, and ueuld be glad te have tticin call. FOB BALE. 1710 It SALE My houe en East Side of Lee - street, containing 3 rooms and kitchen. In thorough repair. G. N. CltAWKOltD. F OK SALE OH THADE-A geed herie and Jeev milch cow. S. PANflHUKN. M.D. LOST. LOST A Stethocepo en Flemlngburg pike between Coughlln'stellgato and Themas Heet's gate, lteturn te Dr. Paris Wheeler's eltlce and receive reward. "I OST Saturday night a large brass deer i-i Key, en Second btteet between Wall and Market streets. Please leae at thlselllee. I OST Illack Hack Account Heek. Kinder J will pIeae kuueut thlseflice or return te J. 1. CODGHLIN of Gernmntew-n litis LOST On rear coach of Westbound train Ne. 17, between this city and Hlplcy, Sc( tetnber 1st, a pockot-beok containing sum of money. Fluder enn have contents It pockut peckut txKik is returned te this etllcc. LOST Hetween Maysvllle and Tayler's Mill ltead, a package directed te Geerge E Curtis from J. J. Weed. Heward If returned te this elllce. LOST On Friday night, August aith. lo le twtcn Lee street and the Neptune Hall, a White llracclet. lteturn te this olllce. LOST On the read between Legan's Gap nnd Sllcknwny Iirldge Lady's Geld Hing, tiger cje. setting engraved with a Lady's face, A reward will be given for the recovery of the same. S. FANGI1UKN, M. D., Mays vllle, Ky. LOST Small Bay Herse about 15 j ears old. Any Information will be thankfully re celvcd by JOHN LITTLE. Maisvllle. Ky. I" OST A geld Necklace with Tunjuolse J Heart attached. On Frent or Second street between Wall and Market street, or en Sutten street. Please return te C. S. WOOD. rOTJND. IiTOUND-Fuir of Geld Spectacles. Finder J claims reward of (I. Apply at Ledeek olllce and preve property. Ii10LTND-SllerHnndle Umbrella left at J. . II. Italns & Ce.'s warehouse about 10 days age. Owner please call and get It. F Ol'ND Lady's Jacket near corner et Fourth und Plum streets. FOUND A deer Key. Owner can same by calling nt this elllce. have I-OH BENT. FOIl KENTOH SALE-My Farm of UWucres en Muysvllle and Mt. Caruiel plke. New cottnge house of 7 rooms and ether outbuild ings, cistern, c. Geed tobacco and stock barn. Could be sold In two parts. Q. H. SHIPLEY. F OU KENT Nice two-story heuse In the Fltth Ward. Ne. 218 Walnut street. Fer particulars inquire at It. WELLS, next deer. NOTICE! Hud Williams is no longer In my employ. Persons having business with me will pleuse cnll at my elllce, Ne. D East Third street. It. II. NEWELL. MONUMENTAL, STATUARY AND CKMETEKY WORK, In GranUr ami Mm tile, M. E. GflLMOEE, 108 W. Skcenh Htbkkt. MAYHVILLK, KY. itrPrHntoiie!iulldlngWerk,8dewnlkK,lc , at gatlnfftctnry prlcen. T.H.H.BMmH.TIIilW'PTOTI TheUitcut lsiml Anathttlc for the Painless Extinction of Teeth. Fer kceplng your teeth and gums In order use Sapenla, best teeth wash known te the world Olllce, Second street. Academy of the Visitation Hearding uiul DaySchoeI for Yeung Ladles. This Institution hag a high reputation for Its many Advantages and thorough education In erery hruneh. The MusleAl Department is under the direction of a graduate of n noted conservatory. German and Eclectic System of Drawing Mught frce. Blind pupils will be trnlned bytlie Point-print Method. Fer terms and ethor Information apply te SIBTKltB OF THE VISITATION, Majivllie, Masen Ce., Ky, : The "Hepkins" Nelsen, $3. FALL SHAPES NOW HEADY. Shirts Made te Order. r U iO i M.O.Bussell.&Sen will be found en the Esplanade during the building of their uew house. S Call and See Them. J COCHHAN A: SONS. ATTORXETS AT LAW, COUUT STHEET. HOHT. A. COCIIKAN, CllltAN, I I1KAN, V IKAN. I a. u.j. cecnn UArSVlLLE,KY WM. I). COC1I1 W.II.WAUSWOKTII, SK. W. II. WAPSWOKTII, Jit. WADSWOUTH A: SON. ATlORA'El'S AT Lair, MAYSYILLS, KY. The geurrnl practice of Law. Small, the Tailor CAN HE FOUND AT HIS EMPORIUM of FASHION .Ve. J 10 Market Ain, Opposite Central Hetel. C. W. WA11DLE, DENTIST Zwelcart'B Bleck, Stceml and hutten Mrrets. KWheii liatni;Tt'itli Kxtracttd take Oa. Ab ' celutely I'aliilcss and Safe. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION ADOITED I1V THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. OK HAVSVII.LE. KV. eppfc AltT. I. He It known that William H. Cox, Themas A. Davis, W. H. Wadsworth, Jr., Sam uel T. Hlckmnn, A. M. J. Cochran, M. C. Hus sell, Geerge L. Cox and Allen A. Edmonds, have this day associated themselves together und become incorporated under and by virtue of Chapter 541 of the General Statutes of the State of Kentucky as The Public Ledger Com pany and by that imme shall sue and be sued, contract and be contracted with, and shall have perpetual succession and a common seal, with power te alter same at pleasure Art. 2. The capital stock of said Corpora tion shull be ?5,oue, divided into shares of 1 10 each, and the sumo shall be transfera ble by written assignment en the certificate, and w hen transferred the cortltlcate for same shall be surrendered te the Company and can celed, nnd new ones Issued In lieu thereof. Art. 3. This Corporation is organized for the purpese of publishing a newspaper In the city et Mujsvillu. and distributing the snraa throughout the stute of Kentucky, and ter the carrying en et a general newspaper business in said city and state Art. 4. The principal place of business et said Corporation shall be ut Mujsvllle, Ky. The capital stock et said Corporation may be Increased at a meeting of the stockholders (these holding u majority of the stock assent ing thereto) te any sum net exceeding flu, Ouu. This Corporation may organize when 'JM shares et Its stock la subscribed. Stock may be paid ter In money or equivalent at an agreed contract price, aud any stock net sub scribed for may be cold from time te time, ns the Directors may direct nnd authorize and the certificates et stock shall be signed by the President and Secretary, and the corpo rate seal shall be aUlxed te same. AltT.f. The CorKratlen shall be managed by a Directory of tlve persons who shall be elected annually nt the Ceinpan's olllce In Mai svllle, Ky., en the 1st Monday In March of each car. If, ter any reason, thcre should net be un election held at the time fixed, the Directors In elllce shall continue as such until their succt'flhers are elected nnd qualified. Art. 0. The Directors shall choeso tram their number a President and Vice-President, aud from said number or tbe stockholders n Secretary and Treasurer, or, If they see tit, they may cemblua these two ntllcers Inte ene. They shall elect an Editor, und may elect un nssistunt te the Editor, both of whose dutles and tenure of olllce tliey muy fix nnd pre pre scrlbe by by-laws of the Company, which by laws a majority of the Directors may adept for thomunagemeutof the Cenipany'8auulrs. Art. 7. The Company shall net Incur an Indebtedness exceeding, In the aggregate at any ene time a sum equal te one-halt of the capital stock paid In. Art, 8. The prlvate property of the stock holders of this Company shall be exempt from all debts or liabilities or the Corpora tion. Art. 0. The CoriKiratleu shull begin wheu It shull have organized, as provided for herein, and shull continue- as long as may be neces sary, according te law, In witness whereof, the said Incorporators have hereunto set their hands this 10th day of .March. 18ft!. William H. Cox. A. M. J. Ceciiiun, Themas A. Davih, M. C. Kussr.tx, w. II. Wadswehtii, Jr., Gke. L. Cov, S T. Hickman, Ai.i.un A. Eiien;s. State or Kentucky, i ,. Masen County. f" I, T. M. Pearce, Clerk of the County Court for the county aud stute aforesaid, de certify that the foregoing Artlcleef Incorporation el The Publla Ledger Ce. wits, en March 10, lKft.', produced te me In said county, and ackuowl ackuewl ackuowl edgod by said Themas A. Duvls. William II. Cox. W. 11. Wadsworth, Jr.,S.T Hickman. M. C. Itusscll. Ooergo L. Cox and Allen A. Ed monds each tn be thelr net and deed, nnd en March It, lttt!, the name was again reproduced tn me and acknowledged by A. M. J. Cochran te-bo hli act and deed, and ledgnd for roeord, whereupen the same, together with this cor cer cor tltlcaeo, hath been duly recorded In my olllce, Qtvcn uudnr tny huud this 14th day of March, 18tr!. T. M. PEAHCE, Clerk. Uy T. D. Sluttery, D. C. &?&?&p&2X&lZ&4& ftW ii - y---p-ii-Ht i- I II - I -Vl -ll-MJ I xT BALLENGEE Diamonds I &J2i2ezrZ2f&z&r ' r S. 8. SAVAGE, President. M. II. UOUSTON, Secretary. . . . J70UE DAYP' . . . Pair and Eacing! ASHLAND, KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 21st, 22cl and 23d. -THIS FAIR 5,000IN PEEMIUMS5,000 Trettinp, Running and Pacing Races each da1. Fruit, Floral and Vegetable Displays. Fine Poultry Exhibit. Amusements of all kinds. Excursion rates en all railroads entering the city. Fer Premium List aud Printed Matter, address L. N. DAVIS, Sec'y, Ashland. DIAMONDS, WATCHES, 1 P. J. MURPHY, SUCCibbOR TO HOPPER A. MURPHY. Netice of Incorporation of Maystille Sanitarium Ceiiiimny. 1. Netice Is bet ebv given that JehnT. Flem ing. J.C. I'ecer.T. H. X. Smith, Ernle White, D. Hcchlnger, Cleon C. Owens, J. A. Heed, Themas 11. I'hister, W. Hall and M. J. Mc Carthy have formed u corerntlon namel Maysville Saultarium Company, In accordance with the previsions et Chapter 5l, General Statutes. -'. The prluclpal plneoef business Is Mays vllle, MaBen county, Kentucky. H. The huslneiiset the corporation Is te es tablish and maintain un Institute at Maysville for the euro et the lbjuer, tobacco aud mor phine habits. 4. The capital stock is ten thousand dollars, divided into shares of ten dollars each, te be paid for In money or ether property as may be ugrecu upon, 10 nepaiu in en can 01 uireciers. 5. The coriwnitlen begins May uth, S.tl, and is te continue for twenty-llve j enrs. A. Tbe business of the company shall be managed by a Heard et the Directors, who shall be elected annually by the stockholders and who shall held olllce for ene )car and until thelr successors nie elected and qual tied. The Directors shall from their numbci elect n President and VIce-Prc'Ident, nud from their number or the stockholders, a Sec retnry and Treasurer. T. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability te which the corporation Is te sub ject itself Is two thousand dollars. 8. The prlvate property of the stockholders Is te be o.xempt lrem the corperato debts. j6HN T. FLEMING, President. Attest: Tnes. It. Phisteu. Sec. nnd Treas. . r ... ",i - . . r STATIONERY, WALL PAPER, Window Shades, TOYS, SCH00LB00KS Scheel Supplies, Photograph Gallery. Call and see our prices marked in plain figures. J.T.Kaciciey&(Je. Suecctten Kackleu Jk McDeuule. Dr. J. H. SAMUEL, Kx-reftldrnl Hurgeen (loed Hamerltnn Henpltul, Ex-BCtlliBBiiperllitendent Lenglew Insane Asylum, PHYSICIAN AND SUEGE0N Olllfv uiul lU-.liIencvi Third Mrfrt, etir deer HVrt of Mnrktt. Gee. M. dinger & Sen, BRICK MASONS ANDCONTltAOTOltS! Estimate! made en all claisei of Werk. IK!k Bex 417, MAYSVILLE. KY. J. J. FITZGERALD, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter! 11 West M-cenil fctrect, Jewel flits htevfB. MAYSVIIAE, KY. Cincinnati, I'ortsmeutb. 1Mb Sandy uiul L'oiuerey l'aeket Ceiiiimny. The iphiidld beatH of this lliu,-unnInK be tween Cincinnati, Portsmouth. I ronten Hunt Hunt Iniften, Oalllx)ll and Pomerer, puH Muys Muys vlleo ns follews: Pemen' PauketH Hostena, Teli'irratm nnd City of Madlcen pass Maysville olther way at 1 o'clock- ii. m. Hennnza up dally for Vimcebnrtf at 6 a. in., retnrnliiif for Cincinnati, panct Majaville uniiy, execni aununr. hi s p. '" my, exeepi euiiiiiij, hi s ji. in. Fer freight or paMnge unplv le C.M.TinaTEHiKm". e oeroMi fcl II Jewelry yA 1 Silverware I MMMWWHWiWWWi V VVA AJ ttzszyzzzrzpZZrZi' WjMWWVI' WT!ViV V''jVViA.V.VV - - r - rii - v - vVr'i WILL GIVE- Repairing efall Kinds JEWELRY. RAII.ROAP SCHEDULE. CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO f Ne. 2 ... 9.W a. Ill Knet -K-A e. ... .. . 1 Ne. IS J.H p. m I (. H., ..6 U0 p. m !RdUTEdr We, Add twenty-6l. mlnuteg te Kct city time. Nes. 19 and 0 are the Maysville accommoda tion, and Nes. 17 and is the lluntlturten accom modation. Nes. 1 and - lire the fast express and Nes. 3 and 4 the K. F. V. Ne. 4 (K. F. V.) Is n solid train with threuKh illnlnif car and Pullmnn sleepers te Washing ton, Haltlmerc, Philadelphia and New Yerk. Threnph Pullmnn pleeper te Richmond, Vn nnd Old Point Comteit. Ne. U Is a solid train with Pullman sleeper te Washington, mnkltiK all Eastern and Southeastern connections. The accommodation trains are dally except Sunday; tbe rest are dally. Direct connection nt Cincinnati for points West and Seuth, MAVSVILI.C DIVISION. Fouthheund. Leaves Maysville at 5:30 a. in. for Paris, Lex-lnKten,Cfnclnuatl,Klcb-ninnd. Stanford. LI v. intrsten, Jellice, Mlddlesboreugb, Cumberland Gnp, Frankfort, Louisville and points en N. N. nnd M. V.. Eustern Division. Leaves Maysville at 1:4" p. m. ter Purls, Cln clunntl, Lexlniften, Wlncnester, Richmond nnd points en N. N. and M. V., Eastern Divis ion. AVr(tbeund. Arrive ut Maysville nt 10.00 u. in. and 8:15 p. in. All trains daily except Sunday. Add twenty-six minutes te yet city time. DIItECT ItOL'TE WEST The Ohie and MltsUsljf pi Railway is the short line be tween Cincinnati and St. Leuis, and nil el Its trains run threuith solid te St. Leuis. Ne trnnslerrltiK et bah'VUKO or et passengers who travel en O. and M. trains. Less than ten hours Is our time te St. Leuie, wheic our trains make connection In the Union DcKt with trains et all lines for the West, Southwest and Northwest. The Ohie and Mississippi Hnllway la the di rect and fast line te Louisville. The Ohie and Mississippi Itullwey trlves spo spe clal attention te colonists keIuk West, cither single or In parties. Our nta'iits are pre pared nt all times te furnish Information ns te rates and routes te points West, aud when passengers are ready te start wM secure their tickets at lowest rates and attend te check ing baKKHKO through te destination. Fer tickets via 0. and M. Hallway and further information cnll en agents of connect ing lines or address C. W. PAUIS, Central Passenger Agent O, and M. Hull- way, 48 West Fourth Street. Cincinnati, O. AMENDMENT Te Article One of Articles IncoriHira InceriHira tiiiB the Onkwoed Distillery Ce. An-ncxt: te amend Article I of Articles et In corporation of Oakwood Distillery Company, of Mnjsvllle, Masen county, Kentucky, re corded In Deed Heek Ne. It), page 41 1. He it known te all whom it muy concern, that at a meeting of the stockholders et the Oakwood Distillery Company, Mnys vllle, held at Its ettlua In Maj svllle, Kentucky, Fridny, June 'M, lsitt, it was agreed that the corperato nuuie et said company be changed lrem Oakwood Distillery Com pany te I'eyutz Hrothers Company, and that horcatter the business et suld corpora tion be conducted under the oerporuto uiiine of Poyntz Hrothers Company. And It was further ngroed at said meeting that Hen 11. Pejntz, Secretnry and Treasurer of said Onkwoed Distillery Coiiipiiiiy.tieiind he was au thorized te make proper acknowledgment of snld change of naine boferu the Glork of Ma Ma eon County Court, nnd cause Mime te be pub lished nnd recorded as required by law. IIKN II. POYNTZ. See. and Tiean.ef Oehuixxt DMtllcry Ce, Statk or Kentucky, I - Maium County. ('"' I, T. M. Pcurcc, Clerk el the County Court for the county and state aforesaid, de certify that the foregoing Instrument et writing was this day produced te me In snld county and acknowledged before me by Hen II. Peyutz. n ii party thereto, te be bit act and dced, and ledged for record, whoreupeu the same, to te to getnor with till eurtlllcnte, luith been duly admitted te record In mrnlllcu. nivcu under my hand this !M day of June, IWtt. T. M. PBAHCK. Clerk. .. HyJ.C. Levol. D.a i TO II PHINTINO neatly nnd gulekly executed IO at The I'ublle Ledger Jeb Hoenu. jfjalHgi I Ne. 1 B 22 n. m j Ne. 19..... 5.1.) a. m j Ne. 17. 10.15 n. m I Ne. 3 4 2i li. Ill Peal piTYiJK?ye. ciTr eriiuuns . EE. I'.'urea. Jr Mnver . iiiTuuri, , . .,.,,. Murlli' A. O'ltnrp Collector nnd Treasurer.. .11. A. Ceclirnn. Jr Marshal...-. ,. .. . .., Jhioe- lleflln Assessor , A. N. Huff WoeO nnd Ceal Inspector William Davis Wharf muster... , ., C.M.l'hlJter City Prosecutor ...J.N.Kehoe Cityl'liyslclan Dr. CO. Owens City Undertaker. ....... . Q. A. Means & Sen Keeper Almshouse Mrs. Sarah E. Sapp , CITV COUNCIL. MceU Firet TltumUiu EvaMW tn Each Muhtli. William II. Cox, President. MEMBEHB. FIrt irartl. m W. H. Cor. Fourth Wanl. (1) Thes. M. Weed. ('-) Rebert Flcklln, (3) II. L. Newoll. Fifth Wanl. (DOee.-O. Fleming )H.T. Haulmau, (3) J. I. Salisbury. Sixth irnrd. (DOoe. Scbrocder, (2)PolkHleks. (H)W. H.Wadswertb,Jr. (3) Cenurd Hiiuy, Second Ward. (DJ.C. Pecer, (3) M. F. Kvlfoe, (3) C. U. Pearce, Jr. i 27ilrd Irani. (1) E. W. Fitzgerald, (3) II. It. Hlerbower, O) ii. u. liatterman. fjjuutusDrjuen. The flirurca Indlcnte tbe number of rears each Councilman has te sorve from January, 18ltt. ' MASONIC LODOES. Coufldcnce I)dge Ne. 63 Meets tlrst Mon day night In each month. .Masen Leuge no, iH Elects secenu inenaay night In each month Maysville Chnpter Ne. 0 Meets third Men- dny night tn each month y tiignt tn cacn meiun. In svllle Cemmnndcrr Ne. 1 Maj svllle Cemmnndcry Ne. 10- Meets fourth Monday night In each month. ODDFELLOWS. DcICnlb Ledge Ne. 13 Meets uvery Tuesday night. Ringgold Ledge Ne. 27 Meets overy Wednes day night. Plsgnh Encampment Ne. ft Meets second and fourth Mendajs In every month. Cnnteti Maysville Ne. 2 Meets third Monday night in each month. Fiieudshlp Ledge Ne. 42, D. of It. -Meets first Monday night tn euch month, KNIGHTS Or PYTHIAS. Limcstone Ledge Ne. 3d Meets overy Friday night. Maysvllle Division Ne. 0, rj. H. Meets tlrst Tuesday in every month. r. e. s. A. Washington CnmpNe.3 Meets evcryThurs day night. a. a. n. Jeseph Ilelser Pest Ne. 13 Meets flrst and third Saturdays In each month. M. C. Hutchlns Camp Ne. 2, 8. or V. Meets every Wednesday evening. Weman's Relief Cerps Meets second and fourth Saturday s In each mouth. , K. OP H. Maysville Ledge Ne. 2778. Meets first nnd third Tuesday s in each month. BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. St. Patrick's Heuovelcnt Society Meets everv second Sundnv. Sodality el the II. V.M. Meets ctery Sun dnv. i Father Mnthew Total Abstinence Society Meets tlrst Sunday In ench month. Ancient Order of Hibernians Meets third Sunday in each month. Knights of St. Jehn Meets every Tuesday night. German Relief Society Meets first Monday night lu each month. COLORED SOCIETIES. MASONIC. ' Acnela Ledge Ne. 24, F. A. M. Meets second Wcduevlny night lu each mouth. Mt. Hermen Chapter Ne. 8. 1L A. M. Meets second Fiidav lu each month. Palestine Cammiindery Ne. 6, K. T. Meets fourth Fridny in each mouth. . u. e. e. v. Mai svllle Star Ledgo Ne. 1918. Meets first and third Friday night lu each month, Household of Ruth Ne. 37. Sleets second Thursday night in each month. DAUOIITEItS OF THE TABEIINACLE. Conge River Taberniicle Ne. te. Meets first Thursday in each mouth. DAUOIITEItS or THE OOOD SAMAIIITAN. Evans Ledgo Ne. 1). Meets first Wednesduy night In cacli month. u. b. p. Geed Will Ledgo Ne. 46. Meets first Sntut duyand third Wednesday night in each month. Yeung's Tomple Ne. 44. Meets tlrst Monday night lu each month. ' e. a. it. MoKlnnevnn Pest Ne. lwi. Meets fourth Sat urday nhrht In each month. Weman's Reller Cerps Ne. 2b. Meets first Tuesday lu each mouth. COURT DIRECTORY. cincurr ceuut. Hen. A. E.Cole. Judge Mm svllle J. H.Snllec, Commeuwenlth Att'y. .Muysvllle lien u. I'nrry, merK iuaysviuc Allan D.Cele, Master Commissioner. May svllle Ceuils JICt Masen At Mavsvlllc. Tuesday after the soe- end Monday In January, April, July and Octo ber. Fleming At Flemlngsburg, third Monday In May and Nevember. Greeuup At Greenup, fourth Monday In February nud August. Lewis At Vancuburg second Monday In June and December. Nicheias-At Carlisle, Tuesday after third Monday tn September nnd teurth Monday In Miuch. MASON COUNTV COUHT. Meet Second Monday In Eacli Menth. Thes. It. Phlster, Presiding Judge . Miiysvlllu Charles D. Neuell, County Attorney.Miij svllle T. M. Pearce, Clerk Maysville Jehn W. Alexander, Sheriff . .Mnysvllle J.C. JeUorsenl n.,.,nii.J -Majsllck SamP.Porlnef,cm,,us1 . .. Maysville RebertC. Kirk. Jailer Maysville Jehn I). lloe, Corener .. . ....Mnjsvllle Jehn C. Everett, Assessor . . Maysville O. W. Illatterraan, Scheel Sup't . .Maysvllle (.Quarterly Court meets Tuesday utter the second Monday lu March, June, September ana December, und has civil Jurisdiction te the amount et 2U0. MAO.STIIATES COU11TS. Maysville Ne. 1. Jehn L. Orant,Mnglstrate, holds court the tlrst Tuesday In each month. Juceb Miller, Magistrate, holds court tbe fourth Tuesday In each month. Win. II. Daw Daw eon, Constable. Maysville Ne. 2.-T. J. Pickett, Muglstrate holds court the tlrst Saturday in each month. William Pepper, Muglstrate, holds court tbe fourth Saturday In each month. J. II. MeNutt, Censtable. Dever James Earnsbnw and Fank Luns ford. Magistrates, held courts en the first nnd third Wednesdays In March, June, September nnd Decerabcr. Jehn Runyon. Censtable. Minerva O. N. Weaver and Jeseph M. Uyar, Magistrates, held courts en the first aud third Thursdays in March. June, Septomber and December. William E. King, Constable. Gcrmuntewn Leslie H.Mauncn and Win. L. Woodward, Magistrates, held courts en the tlrst Friday and third Saturday In March, June, Soptember nnd December, William Feul, Constable . Sardls J. M. Hall nnd James II. Grlgsby, Magistrates, held courts en the second nnd fourth Saturdays In March, June. September nnd Docembor. A. J. 8ult. Constable. Maysllok-Charles W. Williams and J. D. Raymond, Magistrates, held courts en the sec ond und fourth Fridays lu March, June, Sep tember nnd December. James It. Roberson, Constable. Lewisbttrg Isaac L. Mcllvatn and Jeseph M. Alexander, Magistrates, held courts en the second nnd fourth Thursdays In March, June, September and December, 8, M. Strode, Con Cen Cen stabeo. Orangeburg M. D. Farrew and Lewis M. Cel I Is, Magistrates, held courts en the tlrst Haturdav and lust Monday In March. June, Soptember and December. W, II. Ceryell, Censtable. Washington Kdward Ilelfrynnd Arthur F. Weed, Magistrates, held courts en the fourth TucsdaiB and third Wednesdays In March, June, September nnd December. Ocergu 0. Gnggln, Constable. Murpliysvllle-Jphn E. Wells nnd W. W. Worthlngten, Magistrates, held courts en the fourth Mondays and third Thursdays In March, June, Soptember und December. 11, T. Out Out elltfe, Constable, Fent Leaf Bntnuel K. Mnstln nnd Powell II, 0) ens, Magistrates, held courts en the second anil fourth Siiturduys In March, June, Septem Septom Soptem ber nud December. Charles Walllngferd, Con Cen table, Holeiin William Luttrell and Jeseph W Ilateinnn, Magistrates, held courts en the sec ond nud fourth Wednesdays lu March. June, Septomber nnd December. James It, Farrew, Constable, i 'n -V,. ;i ;i nyi t IK BUrt r Mr j - y mJu&L , ' 1 1 ' '. rJs r kJK ""rnrrTTru1 j i iifer.i mmi.imm!m':: W3)h' . . - vn-iuWiiwijii 1 1 ''J ' ? ' .v'" ' '' I '