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Northwestern Publishing Company,
all men by these presents:
That, we, the undersigned do
hereby associate ourselves together and
adopt and sign the following Articles of
Incorporation, for the purpose of be
coming and constituting a body corporate
as here-in-after provided. ?ft-^|fS3f
ARTICLE I. J^*
The name of this corporation* shall be
"The Northwestern Publishing Com-
ARTICLE II. Jet
The general nature of the business of
this corporation shall be the printing,
conducting and publishing of a news
paper, and the conducting of a general
job printing office and the principal
place for the transaction of the business
of this corporation shall be the city of
St. Paul, County of Ramsey and State of
The time of commencement of this
corporation shall be the first daj' of
February, 1887, and the same shall con
tinue for the period of Thirty-years
The number of the shares of the Capi
tal Stock of the corporation shall be five
thousand (5,000) and the amount of each
share shall be ten ($10) dollars. And
said capital stock, shall be paid in such
manner and at such times as the board
of directors of said corporation shall
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which said corporation
shall be at any time subject shall be two
thousand ($2,000) dollars.
The government of said corporation
shall be vested in a board of seven
directors, from whom shall be chosen a
president, a vice-president, a secretary
and a treasurer for the corporation,
The said board of directors shall be
elected annually by the stdck-holders of
the corporation at any regular annual
meeting of the said stockholders to be
held on the first Monday February
each vear, at the office of the
said Northwestern Publishing Com
Each successive board of directors
shall hold their offices until their suc
cessors are elected and qualify.
The Board of Directors shall have
power to fill all vacancies occurring in
its numbers death, removal or resig
nation, and the persons chosen to fill
such vacancies shall hold their offices
until the next annual meeting and until
their successors ai elected and qualified.
The names of the first Board of Di
rectors of said corporation are as follows
John L. Neal, Minneapolis, Minn. Geo.
Duckett, St. Paul, Minn., J. Q. Adams,
St. Paul, Minn Will Turner, Minne
apolis, Minn L. H. Reynolds, Minne
apolis, Minn Thos Lyles, St. Paul.
Minn J. K. Hilvard, St. Paul, Minn.
The names and places of residence of
the persons forming this corporation
are John Neal, Minneapolis, Minn.,
Will Turner, Minneapolis, Minn., Thos
Lyles, St. Paul,Minn J.K. Hilyard,
St Paul, Minn George Duckett, St.
Paul, Minn Adams, St. Paul,
In testimony whereof the parties
hereinbefore named have hereunto set
their hands and seals upon this 15th day
of February, A. D. 1887.
Signed and delivered in presence of
Ernest A. Eingnald, W. Wood.
JOHN L. NEAL,
[Seal] [Seal.] [Seal] [Seal.] [Seal.]
T. H. LYLES,
J. Q. ADAMS,
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
County of Ramsey.
Be it known that on this 15th day of
February, A D. 1887, personally ap
peared before me, John L. Neal, Will
Turner, Thos. H. Lyles, James K. Hil
yard, George Duckett and J. Q. Adams,
to me known to be the persons described
in and who executed the foregoing in
strument and they each acknowledged
that they executed the same'as their
free act and deed.
ERNEST A. RINGNALD,
[Notanal Seal Notary Public,
Ramsey County, Minnesota.
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
County of Ramsey, -ss
Office of the Register of Deeds.
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office, at St. Paul, on the 23rd day of
February, A. D. 1887, at 11.15 o'clock
a.m., and that the same was duly re
corded in Book of Incorporation,
pages 5 and 6. J. BELL,
Register of Deeds.
[Register of Deeds Seal.]
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
Department of State,
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