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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 31, 1883.
BOSSEB & MoOABTHY,
Publishers and Proprietors,
To Whom Addhkss All Communications.
Patent right for sale.
Ileal ostuto wanted.
Baltimore Physicians' and Surgeons' College.
W. H. Leo, divorces obtnlnod. s
University ot Oxford, Miss.
Bourbon Agricultural Society.
Iloyal English Circus.
Win. Dudloy, ureen grocer.
Ad.tertislng Agency. N. Y.
Q. A. Menus, shears lost.
That awful smell tliut greets your nose
By day and through tho night,
Ain't Joekoy Club, nor yet Cologne,
Not by n thundering sight.
And whnt It Is Is Just as plain
As falling oh a log-It's
That cussed Maysvlllo bog.
Visitors to tho Deering Camp Meeting
can get tho Bulletin every day from
Master Arthur Glnfcock, who is our
agent at tho grounds. It will bo distributed
promptly on arrival.
Rr.v. J. S. Pollitt will pleaso call at
the Bulletin office.
Read tho advertisement of W. M. Dudley,
green grocer, on Market street.
The hotting is about even that tho jury
in tho hog case at tho next Council
meeting will hang.
Matches without stamps have appeared
in this market, but as regards price,
they are tho same old article.
Louisville is said to bo flooded with
spurious silver coins and, of course, they
may bo expected to como this way.
It may bo interesting to you to know
that tho street cars have not yet arrivod.
There is no need of disguising tho fact
any longer, hence tho confession.
Over' fourteen hundred extra copies
of iho Daily -Bulletin were sold last
week by a single carrier, and on several
days the demand for it could not bo supplied.
Messrs. J. W. Sparks & Bro. yesterday
received an order for two dozen
shirts to go to Texas. Tins
was the result of an advertisement in tho,
If it wasn't for thoso blasted street
railway cars Court street would be open
to us as a thoroughfare. As it is wo are
forced to go up either Sutton or Market
streets, dad blamo tho luck !
The venerable John Rains, who died a
few days ago near Aberdeen, between
the years 1820 and 1830, was proprietor
of one of the three horso ferry boats that
plied at this place Mr. Rains' boat ran
between tho lower grado and the shore
west of Fishing Gut.
! . .
The Western Union Telegraph office is
being vastly improved, by means of
paint, paper and white-wash. This is tho
extent of Mr. Gibson's striko and in
which he has been engaged for tho past
ten years. We congratulate him on tho
successful end and of his fight with the
A meeting of tho council will bo held
next Thursday evening. It will then be
seen how many of tho honorable board
aro afraid of tho city hog breeders, what
number will dodge, tho question and
what members will havo tho courage to
vote for tho suppression of an intolerable
A chance to make money rapidly is
offered in an advertisement olsowhero.
Tho owner of tho right to sell in Mason
and Fleming counties a patent article
that is used in every household desires
to dispose of tho privilege. Tho aVtiolo
sells on sight and a good agent can muko
Ben. Coleman, colored, had his trial
Monday, before Esquiro John L. Grant,
on a chargo of carrying concealed, a
deadly weapon. Tho evidence was conclusive
as to his guilt, and his punishment
was fixed at conflnomont ih tho
county jail ten days, and tho payment of
a fine of dollars'.
In tho show window of Mr. J. Blake-borough's
jewelry storo may bo seen a
handsomo silver ico pitcher and dairy
cup, tho two valued at $50, which ho litis
generously contributed to tho fair premium
list. Mr. Blakoborough is ono of
our most liberal business men, and, wo
aro glad to know, is prospering as all such
In Esquiro Hunter's court at Washington,
Monday, John Berry, colored, was
convicted of tho chargo of Bhooting at
another without wounding, and fined
thirty dollars and costs. Elijah Gilford
and York and William Randolph, all
colored, wore convicted of the chargo of
resisting an officer, and fined ton dollars
each, and costs.
'Iho Grand Circus Iloyal.
Tho Oil City, Derrick, of May 15, says :
Saturday morning early tho Circus
Royal pitched its tents on tho Seneca
street grounds. Tho rain poured down
at about tho satno time, and kept pouring
down with occasional intermissions
for breath, all day. But there was a
largo crowd .on hand to see, the street parade,
and although tho grounds about tho
tent were soon boaton into a soft pasty
mud, and littlo rivulets of water ran
down tho cinvas upon tho spectators,
thero were largo nudionrcs for both afternoon
and evening performances. Tho
managers of the circussaidthis was their
sixteenth dayjof rain, and under tho circumstances
it could not bo expected that
tho show would be up to its bet. Nevertheless,
the ring performance was good,
and had not the horses been obliged to
wado through mud, and tho riders and
tumbers forced to exercise caution, the
audience would have been treated to a
first-class exhibition. The circus Ins
good riders, both malo and female with
it, and among them some of the best in
tho United States. They have also a
trick elephant, which is superior to any
other ever shown;in the ring. The
contains many rare and curious
beasts andltheirnggregation isall that it id
advertised to be. In this respect the
people wore disappointed; many thinking
that because the admission price was
low, tho show was a cheap one, when, in
fact, it is a leading circus and menagerie
with popular prices of admission.
Exhibits in Maysville, Thursday, August
Mr. Thomas Harris, of Lexington, is in
town to-day. ' ,
Miss Anna Walz is visiting her relatives
Mr. Hugh O'Dqnnell, of Chicago, is
visiting his parents in this city.
.Mr. J. C. Rogers, Deputy Sheriff of
Fayette county, is in tho
Mrs. T. J. Mullin, of West Union, 0 ,
is visiting tho family of Mr. E. Martin.
Misses Florence Botts and Mamie
Campbell, of Sharpsburg, are visiting
Mrs. M. L. Triplett.
Thomas Randall, with C.ilerdine Bros,
and Co., of Cincinnati, is doing tho town
with his lace samples.
Mr. John Lowery, of Murphysville,
after a pleasant visit to friends in Bracken
county, is at homo again.
Mr. Harry A. Buckner left for Winchester,
Ky., on the noon train, yesterday,
and quite a party of his lady and
gentlemen friends came to bid him good
Mrs. Garrett S. Wall and children left
on tho Bonanza last niaht for Cincinnati
and Edgowood, the home of Mrs. Wall's
mother. Judge Wall will join them after
tho election, and in company with his
sister, Mrs. Lewis Apperson, of Mt. Sterling
and visit Old Point Comfort, Now
York and other Eastern points.
Hon. Silas A. Clift at Maysville, Thursday
evening, August 2nd, 18S3.
Hon. P. Watt-Harden. Attorney General,
and Captain James Blackburn, Secretary
of State, at Mnysvillo, Friday
evening, August 3rd.
Hons. E.,0. Phister, E. Wliitakor, and
G. S. Wall, at Lawrence Creek school
house, Friday evening, August 3rd.
Hon. E. Whitaker. at the Cold Springs
picnic, Saturday, August 4th.
Let thero bo a full attendance. Messrs.
Blackburn and Harden telegraph us that
they will, divide time with any of tho
Republican candidates for State offices,
or any gontleman who desires to speak
upon the issues ot the canvass.
Sun Cure tor Cholera.
Tho medicino is so named because the
Now York Sun, during sickly seasons,
keeps tho formula standing in its columns.
Public institutions distribute it
when needed to tho poor, and all city
druggists keep it on ealo as a remedy for
colic, dysontery, diarrhea, etc., as well
as cholora. It is composed of equal
parts of laudanum, tincturo of capsicum,
tincture of rhubarb, essence of, peppermint,
and spirits of camphor mixed.
Dose, from fifteen to thirty drops, in a
little water, ovory fifteen or twenty minutes
until relieved, in cholora or colic;
other diseases less frequently.
Mr. Charles Martin is tho Assistant
Superintendent of tho Street Railway
Company, at present engaged in taking
caro ot tho horses and other property of
tho Company. IIo is an experienced,
polito and accommodating officer, a
nephew of tho lato Confedoraio Gen.
John H. Morgan, and is taking a
interest in tho now enterprise.
IIo says tho Loxington Streot Railway
Company has offered to loan a couple of
its own cars, to bo used upon our road
until wo aro supplied, but the gauge at
Loxington is 4 feet 10 inches, while hero
it is 4 feet 8 inghes only, and thoy will
not answer. If tho company is as
tho selection of its other officers,
as it hasbpen with Mr. Martin, our community
will havo causo to bo thankful.
It is earnestly hoped that every one
who sees this notice will take pains to
inform every ono who is interested in
Sunday school work, that a County Sunday
School Convontion will bo held in
Orangeburg, on Frjday, August 3rd. A
large attondanco of Sunday school workers
from all parts of tho county is extremely
desirable, that thoy may do good
and got good. Experienced Sunday
school workers will bo present to answer
practical questions and give information,
and tho largest opportunity that a single
day can afford will be given- for a more
thdrongh development of the working
power in this county.
COUNT I l'Ol.Vlh.
Mrs. Elethn Hell bus recovered from an
of malarial fever.
Died, at the residence of his father, July
2oth, KS8a, Elijah Woodward, In tho 27th year
oliilsuge. Ills funeral sermon was preached
ntHnlem church on the 20th, by Rev. W. 1).
Power, lrom John xlv., 2-3 ' In my Father's
house uromnuy mansions,'' etc. Tlie remarks
weio appropriate, and were listened to with
attention by tne vast audience. '1 he deceased
wasa member of tho MethodM Cliuiuh, and
tclt bright evidence that all was well with
him, and and that he was going to thoso
mansions in glory propped hi the Snvlor for
all who lovo unit serve lllin, He was loved
by till, as the liuihense ciowd nt the funeral
would testify. Homo.
Master Alex Casey, of Covington, Is
nis uncle, Mr. James Miuslmll.
Mrs. Thomas Det, of Helena, lo spending
n lew days tit her father's, Mr. James Gault.
Miss Alice Foxwoithy, of Mt. Cnimel, Is
witn nersisier, .mis. 'i nomas rowers.
Misses Nellie and Jennie Word left Monday
night to visit friends at Lebanon, Ohio.
The picnic at Mr. Joseph Claybiook's woods
was enjuyed by ull wiio had the pleusuiu of
Mrs. Fannie Italns and little daughter, or
Muyvllle, aro the guests of Mr. Taileton's
Miss Bottle Johnson Is with her aunt, Mrs.
Whe it Is almost all tlueshed,
John Latham Is home on a vMt.
Mr. Lutrl Minor Is visiting her father, Mr.
Mrs. Anna Clarice bus returned homo alter
a pleasant, visit to Carlisle.
Come out and hear Rev. Gilbert nt
Mrs. James Latham Is visiting lelatlvesln
Miss Adda Patten, of Cat lisle, Is vlsitlnu
her many friends In this neitflihoilinod.
Mrs. U.S. Judd and tier two inter--; sting little
daughters. Mlses Mu.,nie vl
lllng Dr. J. D. DausheiiyV Innilly.
Every peron 1 making y fur tho camp
meetings, sovernl it our young ladles will
"tent "at Parks' Hill.
Mrs. Kate R-ed and Mrs Ella Hord attend,
ed the ' decoration " a'. Lexington lnl week
Mrs. Dick Wells pint last week with her
daiuhtor, Mrs. Nannie Goodp ister, ut Ow
Elder M. W. Hnrkins and family eanii'
down Saturday nUht and
Monday. He had u large at
Onr highly esteemed friend, Mrs. II.
H. Lou1,', of Piris, Ky., some vears ai;o
visited a wealthy lady in Miuiisonvilie,
Ohio. In n day or two the lady
misled lier pocket book and S20J from
her bureau drawer, and strangely enough,
jumped to the conclusion that Mrs. Lon
had stolen the money. A crimin.il suit
was entered uji.iinst "Mrs. Lous: hut sin
was triumphantly acquitted; and not only
ho, her lawyer entered a suit for 823,000
damages. On Tuesday of lust week an
old man named Myers, at Delhi, Ohio,
confessed that he had stolen the money
and M3nk, for Mrs. Long to come to him,
as he is now on his deathbed, and
htm the cruel wron,' he had done to
her. Mrs. Long is a gifted and cultured
ladv, a lit'le crown-jewel of a woman,
and has borne her munv trials with the
meekness of a martyr. Wo congratulate
her and her family, and rejoice over
her triumphant rescue from a miserable
assault on a stainless character.
Advertisements inserted under this head.
Ing lUc per Hue for each Insertion.
Tky Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
Mosquito bars ready-made and made
to ouler at Hunt & Doyle's.
John M. Stockton, Life, Fire and Marine
Insurance, and Real Estate Agent.
Special attention given to collection of
routs. Will negotiate loans on real es
tate, bonds and other sureties.
A lady writes : "I havo used Ayer's
Snrsaparilla in my family for many yeara,,
and could not keep house without it.
For tho relief of tho pains consequent
upon fomalo woaknes and irregularities,
I consider it without an equal."
ii i i 1 1 1 1 i 1 1-
Not a particlo of calomel or any other
deloteriouasubstanco enters into tho composition
of Ayer's Cathartic Pills. On
tho contrary thoy prove of special service
to thoso who havo used calomel and other
minoral poison3 as medicines, and feel
their injurious effects. In such cases
Ayer's Pills aro invaluable.
Corrected dally by G. W. Gkihel, grocer,
Seooud street, Maysville, Ky, ,
Limestone 8 7 00
Maysville Family (i 2.)
Old Gold 7 OD
Mason County 6 2o
Kentucky Mills 0 00
Mnnolla, now 6 75
Ilutter.D m 1520
Lard, $ B 12
Eggs, ) doz. - ny.
Meal$ peck l!0
Chickens M 1523
Molasses, fancy , 7U
Coal 011,11 gal. 20
Sugar, granulated Tj lb 104
" yollowVtb 8fl
Comb Honey 15
Strained Honey VlxA
'Hams, sugar cured $ tt... lo
liacon, breakfast tt 15
Hominy, gallon IS
lleaus $ gallon 40
Potatoes pock, now..; . . 15
Uotlee x. 12&15
Mnysvillo nml .Ht. Carmol.
Dally Hue Leives Mt. Cnrtnel at 6 n. m
nrrlves at Maysville nt 0:30a. m., nnd returns
Ht2:30p. m. Leave ordors ntW. A. P.
Second St. J.J. McUARTHEY.
Mnysvillo nml llurtoiivllle.
line Tuesday, Thursday nnd
Leave Burtoiivllle nt 0 a. m. Returning,
loaves Mnvsvllleat 2:30 p. in. Ordeis
should bo left nt Yuncey & Alexander's livery
Btuble. 8. E. POLLITT.
MnyHvllle mul Mt. Olivet.
Arrives at n. m. Leaves nt
2 p, in. Leave ordors at Yancey a Alexander's
live y stable. K. H. POLLI lT, Prop'r.
Viinceliiirt;, Itoiuo. Concord.
nml .TliiYHVillc lluilv Pnokct.
HANDY ...Buuck Redden, Copt.
Leves Vanceburc dally at
5 o'clock a.m. tor Muysvllle.
f ult.fr.u Vf n.all1 rt I .Oil .. .1
uw di 4Ti(ijnviiia i. u. in.
connects nt Manchester with stage for west
union, r or iroigmor passage appiyon noaru.
Cincinnati, l'oriNiii..ntli. IUk windy A
l'onicioy racket Compiiny.
JOHN KYLE, President.
Lewis Glknn, Secretary nnd Treusurer.
V. juhI O. It. It. I'At'KCTS
for IIiiiiUiiKtfii,loiiiproy,Hit(l ull way
TELEGRAPH, Mond's and Thursdays 5 p. m.
b LEETWOOD, Tuesdays and Fridays, 5 p. in.
UOSTOXA, Wednesdays and Haturdnys. 5 p.m.
Portsmouth, all Mall and Way Landlims.
UONANZA, TuesdaysThursdays Sat'ys, 12 m.
Maysville, All Mall and Wny Landings.
MORNING MAIL, dally (Sundays excepted)
Leave Cincinnati i:.'!0n. in. Maysvlllo, I p. in.
Fieluht received on wharf-
Mb boat. C. M. Supetlutendent. HOLLOWAY,
THROUGH TO PARKERSHURG,
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays Steamers
liostona, Fleetwood mul 'I i'lumili.
THROUGH TO PITTSBURG,
Every Sunday The regulur weekly packet
These boats aie all nnd we solicit
the patronage of the public at low rate.
C. M. HOLLOWAY, Superintendent.
Or IIio Kentucky Central Railroad.
Time tnblo In itiect May 20, 1883.
10 I 12 11 9
STATIONS Ex. Ac. STATIONS. Ac. Ex
A M. P. M A.JI l'.M
Lve.Maysvlllo, 5 5o 12 30 Lve Lex'ton 4 45
" Sum'ltt 0 II) 12 42 Lve, .Cov'ton 3()0
" Clark's.. 0 17 12 4S Lve, .Paris.... 6 45 535
' .Mars'll. B 13 12 53 IMu'e'ii
" Iicleuii, : t Hi MU'b'g.. 7 08 "h'oo
" Jolui'n. II M 1 13 Curllole 7 30 0 20
" Ellz'lle U 18 1 2il Meyers. 7 45 0 30
" Ewlng... (1 53 1 2i P.Val'y 7 51 0 12
" uiiwiin 6 58 1 30 Cownn. 8 01 0 52
" P.Val'y. 7 1 18 1 38 Ewlng.. 8 U7I 0 58
' .teyers 7 15 1 4") Ellz'lle. U 11 7 02
" rariwie 7. 2 00 Jolin'n. 8 r 7118
' Millers. Helena. 8 2 7 1.
" Mil'hu'g Vol) Mnrs'll.. 8 37 7 2(5
F.jircn Clark's 8 42 7 3d
Arr Paris "fTi'S 'Ho Snm'itt 8 4 7 30
Arr. Lex'ton o 10 3 Vrr .Maysvlllo 0O.I 7 55
Arr.Cov'ton 11 30 Ii 00 A.M l'.M
A.M. 1 M
Connects at Lexington witli the C. &0. It.
It. tor shland, Huntington and nil points
in Iho East and Southeast with tho C. N. O.
A. T. P. It. It., for Chattnuoga and the South,
with, the L. &. N. R. R, for Franklort and
W. C.SADLER. Agent,
C. L. I5ROWN,
G. P. nud T. A.
ovliigton, Flemiiigsburg nud Pound
Counectlnv with Trains on K. C. R. R.
envo FLKMiNGSHOita lor Johnson Station:
5:15 n. in. Cincinnati Express.
li'13n. in. Maysville Accommodation
3:25 p. m. Lexington.
7:02 p. in. Maysville Express.
eaveJon nson Station tor Flemlugsburg on
the arrival of Trains on tho K. C. R. R.:
0:23 a. in. 1:00 p. m.
fl:48 a. in. 7:37 n. m.
We aro authorized tonuuouuee that OH AS.
L. DAWSON is a candidate for constable In
Maysville precinct No. 1 at tho ensuing Au-go
t Election. Ho solicits the support of his
buy a residence of Uvo or
six rooms. Apply at
jy3ldtf THIS OFFICE.
country one who Is able und willing to
do all kinds ot country work, including
milking. Apply nt my olllce, over George
A. McCarthey's storo on Sutton street.
)27d&wtf WM. Ii. HOLMES.
men to work on the
Mnysllck and FlntlorkTurniku road,
for which tho highest prices will bo paid.
iiifO iiiuiicumiuij iu a. 4. oi.uuiio.
I.1..I.H. tl 11.1. !
J2odl0t Maysllck, Ky.
ijiOK NAI.E One hundred acres of No. 1
1; timber nnd tobacco laud, three miles from
Vanceburg. Log hoiine, barn and good spring
on the premises. Terms easy. Price 5 1,500.
Addict HENRY UIEHLEY,
J20wtf Aberdeen, O.
A brick residence
FOIlNAl.i: street, between Second nud
Third. For particulars applv to
J25dtf MRS. SAMUEL PEARCE.
FOK pups. Apply at
J2odtf THIS OFFICE.
7lt NAIii: llleyules oi all sUe, and tuo
I latest uuttorns. furnished at eastern rates.
t;a 1 1 on .i. u, a.iJun.it, .
J K. C. It. R. Depot.
NAM: A bicycle, 3d Inch wheol,
I7Ut Worth 818. Call nt
JlOdtf THIS OFFICE.
MoCAKTIfKY, Licensed Auctioneer
TJ. Mason nnd adjoining counties. Orders
left nttho Uui.i.KriN olllce will receive
piompt uttentlon. P. O. address Mt. Carmol.
annual fair oftho Bourbon county
Agricultural Society will bo held nt Purls,
Ky., Sontember 4th nnd continue llvo days.
7,000 iii Premium. New stand, New
stables. Ono of tho host half inllo tracks In
tho state. In addition to tho regular class
rings for stosk, thoio will be two trots each
day. Location of grounds nil that could be
from nil points by rail.
Floral Hall with Its usual attractions. Too
Kentucky Central railroad nud branches will
run special trains at excursion rates. Entries
to nurses closo August Oth. For particulars
address tho socrotnry.
W. A. PARKER, Seo'y.
J. W. FERGUSON, Pres't.
KEMT-Two desirable brick houses.
ContutnH'flvo rooms nnd kitchen, water,
outbuildings complete, nnd convenient yard.
Close to business portion ot the city.
y20d2w GEO. T. WOOD.
A pnir of shears between Liniestouo
j street and Amazon Hall. East Maysville.
Please return lo JUidlt Q. A. MEANS.
On Sutton street, n package o
diesHcs. Wednesday nlternoon. Owner
can huvo them by culllnu on
sum of money, on Sutton St.,
JL this city. Owner can havo same by calling
at tills olllce and proving property.
Chance to Make Money.
PATENT RIGHT FOR SALE. The right to
aoII in Mnsounnd Fleming counties u new
tabor-saving article that Is used in every m
household and sells on sight. Will be (Its-
pooed of on reasonable tei ins. The right kind
ot an ugeut can Imake moiey rapidly. Apply
nt JyJldiwtf THIS OFFICE.
And denier In Canned Fruit, nnd Vegetable.
Uehtof Ice Cream made to order, brick mould,
variegated and pressed. Orders promptly attended
Market St., West Side, bet. Second and Third.
THE l'LACKTOWKI' CJIKAP
mcli31dly SUTTON STREET.
Articles of Incorporation Adopted
by tlio iilnysvllle Cooperate Company
or tho City or Mnjsvllle, (State
1. Re It known that C. 13. Duke, Thomas
Wells. Henry E. Pogue, W. R. Mathews. C. H.
White, John T. Fleming, J.J. Wood, Ii. O.
Harkley, John N. Tlioinu, T. C. Campbell, D.
Hechlnger, M . C. Russell.Geo. T. H uuter. E. W.
Mitchell, C. 13. Cllft and Geo. W. Lloyd hnve,
by this Instrument, associated themselves
together nud becomo Incorporated under, nud
In pursuance of tho provisions of chapter 50 of
the General Statutes of Kentucky, as the
'.MaysvllI Cooperage Company," and by
that uamo shall sue and be sued, contract
and bo contracted with, nud siiall have perpetual
succession and a common seal with
power to alter same at pleasure.
2. Thecpltal stock of said corporation
shall be divided into shares ot one hundred
dollars ($10 ) each, and the subci lpilon to
said capital stock shall be paid In as lollnws :
Twenty live (2") per cent, on the 1st duy of
August, 1883, nud tho remainder In such installments
nud at such tunes nnd places as
the Hoard of Directors may detmiate.
3. The shares ot stock shall be transferable
by written nNslunment of the owner upon the
ivitllk'iUe lor Mime shall bo surrendered to
the com panj and cancelled and a
issued In lieu theieot'to the persons holding
4. Tho corporation is organized for the
ot manutnctuilug oatrels nnd b.urel
staves nud nil other ait cles niudeout of wood
or of which wood Is the bust-, and the
of said corporation shall he the
buying and selling nud dealing In
such articles and In the materials lot making
5. The said corporation shall havo the power
to acquire by puichaso.or otherwise and
to hold real and personal property to such an
amount as may bo necessary and convenient
for the proper prosecution of the business of
said company, and shall have the same power
to dispose of vald pioperty that private persons
now have under the laws of Kentucky.
0. The private propel ty ot the stockholders
ot said coin panyshall bo forever exempt fiom
any nud nil liability lor the debts and liabilities
or said company.
7. The principal place of business of said
corporation shall be at Ky.
8. The capital stock of said company shall
be thirty thousand dollars (83O,00o). The
itlcates of stock In said company shall be
signed by tho President and Secretary nud attested
by the seal of the corporation.
0. 'I he said company shall havo the right to
employ agents and servnnts, to establish by
laws and mako such rules und regulations as
may bo necessary for tho management of the
nlltilrsot the company, not Inconsistent with
the provisions ot articles of Incorporation
with the laws ol this Stuto or ot the
10. The business of said company shall be
managed by a board of seven directors to be
elected by the stockholders when tho sum ot
eight thousand dollars ($8,0(X)) Is subcribed to
the capital stock ol said company nod thereafter
there shall beau annual electlou of directors
on tho tlr.st .Monday In July of each
year, said dlreotorsshall hold theltolllces Until
their successors aro elected nnd qualified.
Each boaid of directors elected In pursuance
of this provision shall o.ccl a president,
tiensurer, secretary and superintendent, and
shall prescribe and deilne tho powers und duties
of said olllcers, and lrom such as they
may prescribe tauobond with security for tho
faithful discharge and performance of their
duties. No poison shall bo elected president
who is not a mombcr of tho bourd ot dl recto
11. Stockholders shall be entitled to ono
vote for each and every share of
stock held by them, In all oUctlous and In
all questions voted on In meetings of the
stocuholders nud may cast said vote by written
12. Tho Indebtedness of the company shall
not exceed the sum ot teii thousand (310,000)
dollars ul any ono time,
13. 13y consent of a majority of the stockholders
voting nt n regular annual electlou
tho provisions of theo m tides of incorporation
muy bo amended or changed In the
nutnoiized by chapter CO of the General
Statu es of Kentucky.
H. 'i no proceedings oi stocitnoiuprs' meetings
nnd tho meetings ot the board of
shall bo regularly entered lit u book of
the company kept lor that purpose. All the
business transactions of tho company shall
also be kept In a regular set of books.
15. Any member ol this corporation may
withdraw therolrom at any time, by surrendering
his stock to tho company. Certificates
of stock shall bo asslgnnblo as above
ptovlded, but any stockholder withdrawing
lrom the corporation by surrendering his
stock, shall receive nothing lrom the company
on his withdrawal.
10. This corporation shall commence on the
10th ot July, iS83, nnd shall continue thereafter
lor tho period of years, and
longer, If renewed as authorized by law.
iu testimony the said Incorporators
have Jiereunto subscribed their names
this 14th day of July, 18S3:
C. 11. DUKE,
JOHN. T. FLEMING,
J. JAS. WOOD,
JOHN. N. THOMAS,
CHAS. II. WHITE,
'n ii nAMinvi.T.
W. 11. MATH E Wis,
GEORGE T. HUNTER.
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sta.
Lewis Vanden, Proprietor.