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'A ; William II. Cox.
TllOVAM A. I)AVIX,
Williah II. Waiwwuhtii, Jr.,
Secretary and Trenturer.
Theu as A. Davis, ...................EiWeruiid Manaper.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
William II. Cox, M. C. ItrssFtx,
A. M. J. Cochran, W. II. Wadsw ehtii, Jr..
Themas A. Dvvis.
nWTHI? Public Lnlp'r IStiUittnu.Xe. It lint
VtiljtlTMrd Street. . . . . .
SUDSCRIPTIOyS-IA' ADVA .VCR.
One Tear . .. - . . 83 00
.Six Xenllm. .. 1 30
Tlirce 3Ienth ............... ... 73
DELIVERED BY CARRIER.
Per Menth - . 83 CciiU
Fnyable te carrier at end of month.
Advertising rates uniform ami reason-
able ami made known en application at
IN HOC SIGNO V1NC S.
Tus Mnnket that sold for -2 under
the Tariff for revenue only, sold for 02
under Protection. The blanket that
sold for $2 23 under Free-trade sold for
1 31 under Protection. The blanket
"""that Beld for $10 under the Tariff for
revenue only sold for $3 85 under Pro
tection. The blanket that sold for $13
under the Tariff for revenue only sold
for $(i 80 under Protection. The aver
age duty was 80 per cent. If " the Tar
iff is a tax" what tax did the consumer
.pay en each of these blankets?
1 Hen. Mitch C. Alterd, Lieutenant Lieutenant
Governer, is in Washington City. In
an interview he told the reporter that
there could be no mlstake as te Ken
tucky's choice for the Democratic nomi
nation for President everybody was for
Cleveland. Well, Mr. Cleveland is
an honest man; and the Tammany ring
in New Yerk has about as much use for
an honest man as the Devil is supposed
te have for a base-burner in August.
Mr. Cleveland couldn't be a policeman
en the Bowery beat if it depended en
the help of Hill.
THE ALABEAK FUR0HA8E.
Twenty-five years age March 30th,
1807, Presldent Jehnsen and the Rur
slan Minister signed the treaty by which
we acquired Alaska, paying $7,200,000
therefer. On October Gth the actual
transfer was made, General Rousseau
taking formal possession at New Arch
angel," ou Sitka Island, in the name of
he United States.
iSTIia rnnlfera In rlila ifnmtrv tin
Itemecrats howled that we had wasted
l"tm money for an icy area of rocks, of no
valuj te us or te anybody else. The re
sult haa shown, as it does in every case,
that the Democrats wcre ignorant and
tttupld. The United States never made
a better bargain than when it secured
'Alaska, with its half-million square
ml tea of territory, Its long coast line,
stabled with any number of natural
'jMrbftrs, its mines of iron, coal and pre-
,taM metals, and Its splendid fiaheriw.
In,-, fw years the money paid for it
jkMMtw4 up te the Natien, and it
1mm a wesey-waklng iBveetswat
THE.-0OTBAQE ON CHINA.
' When the American people awaken te
a just realization of the disgrace that
has been placed upon the Natien by the
Heuse of Representatives in passing the
I Chinese Exclusion Bill, they will make
i haste te de justlce te n friendly Power,
i The mass of the American people un
Ulerstand ery little about the Chinese,
accepting the washce-washee represen
tatives who ceme here, as fair exponents
of Chinese men and manners. Just as
well might we send the scum of some
of our cities te China and have our
almond-eyed friends accept them as
representatives of the refinement, wealth
and intelligence of the American peo
ple. Jehn Russell Yeung, ex-minister te
China, is ene person capable of giving
intelligent expression en the subject of
our relation with that powerful Empire,
and in a recent iuterview he said:
" The Chinese correspondence in regard
te Mr. Blair shows a series of miscon
ceptions. The Peking authorities
probably never gave the matter ether
than cursory consideration. The temper
in the Chinese dispatches comes from
Li Hung Chang, an imperious, haughty
statesman and prone te swift nnd angry
conclusions. It is a surprlse that our
Legation did net earnestly resent the
tone of these objections te Mr. Blair, if
net the objections themselves. It was
a grave departure from the traditions of
Western diplomacy with China, tradi
tions which show the courtesy, the pati
ence arid the indifference of the Chinese, te
have an American Minister objected te.
The precedent is awkward. I cannot
conceive a hint of such an intention
coining te the Legation without n serious
"However, our whole policy toward
China since the Scott exclusion treaty
has been despicable. Instead of aiding
te restrain immigration it has de eloped
antagonism te American progress. We
have never gene as far as the Chinese
would have us in the Immigration busi
ness, and yet what little we have done
has been exquisitely offensive te the
most polite, the most considerate, and
the most amiable people in the world.
A rude, uneducated, rnltry-ininded beer
comes into my drawing-room, spreads
his muddy beets ever the chairs, leeks
about reeking with rum and tobacco,
and is astonished because I de net deem
him a gentleman. This illustrates the
impression we have made en China, and
Mr. Blair was rejected as an expression
of resentment, net against that gentle
man, but our general diplomatic de
meanor in recent years. I de net envy
Mr. Denuy his complications. We have
played the hand of England witn ability
and energy which must awaken joy in
UOEE WORK, MORE WAGES, LOWER PRICES.
The Royal Weaving Company of Paw
tucket, R. I., says The Louisville Com
mercial, manufactures sleeve linings and
dress goeds: Before the McKinley act
passed its business was languishing ; it
had only twenty looms, and was em
ploying but a handful of operative .
While the act was under discussion, for
eign manufacturers ordered a cut of 30
per cent., and these twenty looms were
stepped, as they could net cempete
against such reductions. As seen as the
McKinley act became a law', the looms
were again set in motion, the capital
was enlarged from $20,000 te $150,000,
and the number of looms increased from
20 te 150. Finer grades of goods were
manufactured, and a superior quality of
work was required. There was an in
crease of wages averaging 23 cents a day
for women and 30 cents for men. Thoe
who befere, the act were earning from
$8 te $9 per week are new getting $9 te
$11. The wages of men have increased
te $14, and in some cases te $18. The
manufacturer and the operator have both
profited, and the consumer has shared
the advantage. The consumer, who
formerly paid $1, new gets the same
goods for 70 cents. The net result of
the McKinley act as applied te' this en
terprise is the creation of nu industry
requiring a better class of labor, nn In
crease of wages, and a- reduction of 25
per cent, in cost te the consumer.
A hill tins been Istreduaed la the Lag-
lUture conferring poll powers en Cen-
Wlint Should tie Debs When the Con
ductor Dewn't Ajk for th Pure,
If you ride In a Btrcetcar and the con
ductor forgets te collect your fare, Is it
right or wrenff for you te leave him In
lgnorance of the fact and get off with
out paying the Ave cents of your own
That Is a dcllcnte question In strcet
car ethics, but befere dcsldlng te keep
still and b.ive your money it would per
haps be wlse te roflcet en the experi
ence of a lady who bearded a Madisen
avonue earn few days age and rede
without paying a cent for the ride, sayn
the New Yerk Herald.
"If that conductor docs net knew
enough te nsk me for the fare," alie
said te herself, this fair llarlomlte, "It
is certainly net my business te leek out
for the Interests of the company. I
consider It a matter of prlnclple net te
give up my nickel."
Se she reasoned with herself, but
nlas for such reasoning! The conductor
out there en the back platform was by
no means a feel; en the contrary, he,
was a student of human nature, partic
ularly of feminine human nature; and
If he had net asked the young lady
from Ninety-fourth street te give him
the regulation flve cents It was net, as
6he supposed, because he had over
looked her, but because he wanted te
get some fuller knowledge ns te the
workings of the Harlem conscience.
All the way down te l urtccnth
street, four geed miles, the horses car
ried that lady, and then she, all serene,
prepared te leave the car without pay
ing. The conductor sighed, and bis
barometer of human nature sank way
down. The struggle had been fought
and the battle lest. However he re
flected that was no reason why the com cem
pnny should lese five cents.
"Excuse me, madam," he said, po pe
Utelj', as her patent leather beet
touched the lower step, "did I get your
There was a merry twinkle In his eye
as he said this.
Ah! that was a tcrrlble moment for
the Harlem lady. Te say "yes" would
be te tell a He; te say "no" would be
te admit that she had been cheating.
Se Rhe told a fib, only a llttle one,
however, and merely te save the situa
tion. "Why, didn't you?" she asked, Inno
cently, raising a pair of blue eyes In
which there was no guile. "Oh. I am
se sorry," and with that she dropped a
nickel from her daintily gloved fin
gers late the conductor's outstretched
"Pretty well tlone. that, wasn't It?"
said the back platform philosopher te a
pasienger vrhe had watched the trans
action. "These women folks de beat
the tlence for looking innocent. Yeu
wouldn't have thought that girl had
been calculutln' en my taclclln' her for
that five cents, but she had, just the
samcc. Did you see hew she had the
nickel all ready there in her glove?
Oh, j'cs, we have lets of 'em like her
every tiny. But, I say, she's a daisy,
STORY OF A PET EAGLE.
Chilians N'cril Net ftrag Abent th I'rew.
ens of Their Condom.
A party of tourists witnessed a
strange sight near thls'place a few days
age, says a Raten (N. M.) correspond
ent et the Philadelphia Press. While
going by a little house near the read
they heard the frantic screams of
a woman. Several of the men ran te
the house and found her standing In a
side deer screaming: "M$ child! My
child!" and pointing te an outhouse, en
top of which sat a big bald eagle, with
a child about one year old in Its talons.
Before any of the party could slioet the
noise frightened the bird, nnd, picking
up the child, he flapped his enormous
wings, and started away. The weight
of the child, however, was almost tee
much, nnd it seemed impossible for him
te rise mere than fifty feet above the
ground. A Mr. Roberts In the party
had a rifle, but feared te sheet, know
ing that If the bird was killed the boy
would faU te the ground and be dashed
te pieces. The half-crazed mother
and the party of tourists ran
along, keeping as near the eagle
as possible. ,At lest the mother im
plored Mr. Roberts te sheet the bird.
Thinking the boy's death was almost a
certainty In any event Mr. Roberts took
careful aim and fired. The eagle gave
a scream and began beating the air vi
ciously with one wing, while the ether
hung useless by his bide. It was almost
a minute before- the strength of the
bird gave out, and it began te fall, still
holding the boy in its talons. It came
down, slowly circling about, nnd get
ting lower and lower each time and at
last reached the ground. The mother
rushed for her child, but the eagle
began te fight with beak nnd wing, nnd
it was net until it had been killed with
the butt of the rifle that the child was
released. The talons of the eagle had
gotten well tied up in the child's
clothes, and this had saved the boy's
life. IIe was black and blue In places
by being beaten by the eagle's wings,
but was net otherwise hurt. The moth
er told the tourists that the engle had
been about the house for a long time
and hnd almost beceme a pet. If had
seemed te be much attached te a deg
owned by her husband and spent much
of its tirae near the deg's kenuel. A
few wceks befere the deg had Bhewn
symptoms of madness and had been
shot. Since then the eagle had seemed
Bait for Clearlnc Witter.
The formation of mud shoals at the
months of rivers is due te the admix
ture of salt water with fresh water
holding fine particles of mud in solution.
The pure water is se uffectcd by the
contact that it throws down the mud
which it might otherwise have held in
suspension for many days. The action
of salt in thus clearing water was an
nounced te the British geological soci
ety uotUeag since as a new discovery;
but tlid American Journal of Science
and Arts asserts that the clearing of
water br salt, as well aa by alum, has
pular recipe for ages, it also
en AmwtMH BHuneaueH ta
aetlett at the mewtba of rly-
At Itnle They Are Incorrectly Called hy
i:rn the Frequenters of Race
l'enr-Interesting Facts for
LeTrrs of Horseflesh.
It is ecd that the names of the thrce
most eolebrated horses In the world to
day are mispronounced aa a general
thing. These three are Pale Alte,
Sunol and Arlen. Column after column
has been written about them ever slnce
last fall, but it Is probable that of the
writers themselves net ene In ten
knows hew the names of the great trio
should be pronounced And It Is equal
ly prebable that net ene in ten knows
what significance the names carry with
It may shock the horse world horri
bly, Eays the Stockton (Cal.) Mnil, te
learn that the great two-year-old stal
lion's name, when correctly pronounced,
sounds almost as Irish as the name of
the constellation Orien The latter Is
pronounced as If It wcre spelled O'Ryan.
The name Arien Is pronounced the
same as Orien, save that the Initial
sound Is that of A instead of O The
ictus is en the second syllable, nnd the
I has the long bound, as In the word
"wine." Most people In spenklng of
Arlen put the Ictus en the A and glve It
the long sound.
The two words Pale Alte are Spanish
and should be pronounced as such.
The a should have the bread sound, as
the a in "father," nnd the final letter e,
should have the long sound as e In
"tone." The Ictus bheuld be en the
first syllable. Properly pronounced the
words are Pah-le Ahl-te They mean
"tall tree." The word pale means liter
ally a stick, but it is also used te desig
nate any tree having a tall, struight
trunk. The Pale Alte stables get their
name from the place where they were
located, and that plnce was nnmed Pale
Alte because there was an exceptional
ly tall and straight tree growing en It.
The early Callferniaus were accustomed
te name their ranches in accordance
with some circumstance often trivial in
itself. Fer instance, El Rnnche de Les
Poses was se named because of the
many water holes en It, the word (a
well) being used te designate such a
hole; El Ranehe Pescadcre. because a
fisherman lived en it, pescadcre moan mean
ing "fishermrn;" El Ranehe del Cnmpe
de Les Franbeses. because some French
men hnd established u camp en it; Ver
ba Ducna (the old nnme for San Fran Fran
ciseo) because of the fact that the herb
known as .verba buenn (geed herb)
grew plentifully at that place In like
mnnncr the place Pale Alte most likely
derived Its name.
The name Sunol Is nlse Spanish, and
should be pronounced with the ictus en
the last syllable, nnd by giving the let
ter n the sound of ny. The word is pro
nounced as If it wcre written soen-yole,
the double-e In "seen" having the
sound of double-e lq "feet" net the
bread sound of doublo-e In "moon "
Suuel Is a Spanish proper name which
was well known te the endy Callforul Callferul
ans that is, these who lived In Cali
fornia before the days of the geld fever.
Antonie Maria Sunol was a native of
Spain and served in the French army
lie came te this states In the French
naval vessel Ileidelall in 1817 and de
serted the service the following year.
During his lifetime he held various
prominent offices In this state under
Mexican rule and acquired large pos
sessions, lie died In 1805, leaving an
excellent reputation. The Sunol valley
was nnmed after him.
tittle Ideas That lluve Mimic Their Orlj;! Orlj;!
"Whlle the path of the Inventor is
generally strewn with rocks instead of
roses," said a well-known patent law
yer te a New Yerk Advm tlscr reporter,
"bemetlmcs he strikes un Idea that, in
sporty language, lunch him en Cosy
street for the present, and eventually
locates him en Plush avenue. And the
strange thing about these ideas is that
they are always se painfully bimple
that every ether man when he hours of
them kicks himself for net utilizing the
same idea when it occurred vuguely te
his own mind several years before.
"One instance of this fact is the in
vention of the band blast.
"The inventor, whlle en a visit le the
seashore, noticed that tbe glass in these
windows which fronted the beach of
the plnce at which he was stepping was
dulled In some peeuliur way lie mitde
inquiry and found that this was caused
by the clouds of sand which the winter
storms dreve ugalnst the exposed panes.
"The saud blast resulted from this
little bit of trivial information, nnd the
mun who utilized It is ut present sport
ing purple und fine linen and possesses
"A second example is that of the iu
ral gentleman who found his watch
key plugged with dust one ufternoen.
After scraping it out he sat down te
think of seme way te slop future an
noyances in that line. By way of ex
periment he bored a hole in the key
near its end and found that he could
clean it at ence by simply blowing
through this orifice.
"lie patented the ideu, nnd rcall.-ril a
big bum of money en it. Rut Ideas
like these don't occur every afturnoeu."
Jowelrjr In Dunuicui.
The jewelry industry is ene of the
most impertai.t in Damascus. More
than three hundred men make their
living by it, and a large number of
precious stenes are polished annually,
islamends are imported yearly amount
ing in value te eloven thousand pounds
sterling, and rubles, turquoises and em
eralds in .smaller quantities. About a
third of the production Iu Beld te na
tives, the remainder going te ether
Syrian towns und te tourists. During
the loot quarter of a century this trade
hits greatly diminished. Owing te a
large Christian emigration many of the
workers have been dispersed toetatr
plaees en the coast, and the dey el
large fortune is Syria has readers
Ike Jewelry Industry ef lee import wee
CAN UB FOUND AT HI8
EMP0KIUM of FASHION
Ae. 110 Market Strert, A
OppeMte Central llntd,
Editor " Public Lcdffcr:"
Yeu -will please announce
te the public generally that we have
full lines of
Our Pocket Cutlery depart
ment is very large, comprising follow
ing brands: Limestone Cutlery Ce.,
New Yerk Cutlery Ce., Redgors, "Wes-
tenhelm, Stnnifertli and ether brands.
OUR TABLE CUTLERY
ilndc by New Yerk Knife
Ce., Jehn JRussell Cutlery Ce., and
ether makers. Pearl, ivory, Celluloid.
Bone and Weed Handles. Our Silver
Plated Knives anil Ferks, Spoons,
Ferks, &c, nre best goods.
Our line of
Cannet be excelled. Our
own makes comprise " Our Very Best,"
"Kentucky Rattler," "F. 0. II. Ce.'s
Extra," " Limestone." " 0. & B. Extra,''
'Justlce" and "Biz." Yeu can make
no mistake in cither brawl named.
SHEARS AND SCISSORS
Stock are of the best made.
F. O. II. Ce.'s Shears fully warranted;
if net A Ne. 1 money refunded.
Rakes, Hees, S-'cytlies,
Ferks, Shovels. Spades, Picks and
Mattocks you will find large stock.
We have n splendid stock
of Bronze Boer Lecks. Latches. Hinges,
Belts; also nil ether qualities used iu
building. Blacksmiths and carpenters
will find all tools used by them. Iren,
Nails, and full stock of the best Wheels
and Woodwork, Rims, Spokes, Hubs,
Shafts, &c, till of best timber.
Frank Owens Hardware Ce.
47 W. Second St. nnd 114 Sntten St.,
HOME, Tuesday Eve.,
My Dear Dick:
I have thought it all ever and
have concluded te say yes. And
new I am going te make my
first request. When the lime
comes te furnish our neie home,
let me name the Furniture
Heuse that shall have the order.
My request is that we should go
le Henry Ort and btty our Fur
niture, both en account of the
style and finish of his goods and'
the extremely low prices he asks
We will offer for en!e ut putille auction, le
the hlfflicst bidder, en
THURSDAY, APRIL 1-ttli, 181)2,
the Magnelia Mills nnd all the real estate used
In connection therewith: ulue the MaygvUle
and I'leinliiirstnirtf OmnlbiiR line, Includlnit
Omnibus, Hurses nnd Harness; also two
Mules, two Drays nnd two dirts nnd Humeus;
nlrn one thruo)enr-il harness nnd nuddle
Ueldlnir. Hale will take plaoe ut 11 o'clock n
in. at the Mill. The Mill und Ileal Katnte will
be neld for one-thlrd cash and bill unce In one
and two year, with Interest! the personal
property en a oredlt of four months, with iroed
security, and uotea ticurluir Intercst.
CAHIt & TOLLS.
April 2nd, 1HW,
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WAD8W0KTH A &ON,
ATTORNBYS AX LAW,
MAYSVILUt, KY, v
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hUmture, anil net te trccal thiccjltm, en thht
jkj, arc Til EE te all.
'".Mj Hurt ltd AilvcrtltementeiiiHrtcl with
Ifaimicnfatt te come f tic flitt time, tee Invitt
a manv rtptUtteUt an atr ncctttiru te tccure '
ttliat ueu mlpcrtlfc for. 11V tr(xi the. ndvcrttnen '
tnfitl that thru arc net tmihislnuen twliuwUiaib
uurixt ctAtimns. '!?.,
Atlcerttrcmcnts can be tcft at our office or eeht
tlimmih the mull te
Tltr VUULIQ LlfDQlSIt QOMV.WY, ' $
in ms....s t. J-i J
X7ANTKD One fhrtfe toein. Addles Bexsfl
V. Mnysvllle. Kv. i
ANTKD Three tliintsaml subscribers te-
Tin. 1'iuii.ie i.i until.
ANTIU) Knrjut'tle Ajri'MR mid Corres-
Il tKivm. ter i.iC i'l'iimu i.kdehii.
3710H nr.NT Seu nil mi I unhid spnoes, for
. ndtcitlsltiv purpose, in Tntr 1'uut.ic
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IrOIt SAIiB Advertising spnee In Tiik I'ub-
OST A widen opportunity If .toil da net
i udverU'e in'Xiiu runr.tc I.vuxinu.
FOUNn-Thut It imys n lili? profit
IzeTllE I'UKt.lC LKIiOKII.
POUND Iliinnh or Kovs, which owner can
huvu bt'cullltii; at Puni.ie I.kpebh ofllce
and prevlnw property.
Before buying a Gtw TJnT TBQ"E
It cooks witli a current of het air, TO'
be lind of
S. B. OLDHAM, i:rt5utsBceiiiV8N
ANII CEMHKIiV WOltlC,
In (nintlc anil Marble.
m. :r. (tIlmere,
103 W. HtceN'l HTHKhT, MAYHVILLK, KY- AJ
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AllT. 1. I5 It klii.
,n i hut WlMam II. Cey,.
Tlieniis . UiiK
II. v iiiNunrth. Jr., Sam
ue! T. lllf'uiiM,!, A. M. .1. Ceelmin, M. C. llus- ',. ?
sell, (ieeiK l Cox und Allen A. EJineuds, ",
unveting ,ny iik-eciitien tiieiii-cives togetner ,
and beeeuie Inu i puriltcd iiuder nnd by vlrtue .
of Chiiptur dUnt iht (imiernl Stiitutes of the
State of Kenttieki tin 'Iho 1'iiMfe Lcdircr Com Cem
DAin uiiil h. U..U iiiiniu ehnll Mie and be sucd
entinct hi illiecj tiiicted It ti.iind shall lmxe'
pviiHHUiu niireeidii uiiil iieiiinnidii bum, wiiu ,
jiewn te illtei tfiuiii1 n plcnsuiu ' ',
Aht, L' The inpitul tnck or said Cerpera-,
tinn bluill be jJ.'mIiO. dlvldul Inte shares of
(10 each, nnd tin- une shall bus trim 9 It run
bio li uriitcn ns-li;iiuieiii mi thu teitltlcate,
und when truii'-Wuted the cmtlllunte for sumo '
slinll bObUircndeiO'l te J hi.' Ce piinyAiidcnn
celed, und new eik s Msueil In lieu thcieef. -
Aur. :i Till Coriieiuiliiti ik erirnulzed for
the pinpeMj et iiiililiMiltijr u newspaper In the '
city of Maj,vllle. uiiil itl-tiltutlutf ihe seme A
ttiioimhem tliituti orKuimeky. andfortlio andfertlio andfortlie
enrrjinv en ut n Keiieiiil lleMper business. v
In said cltj nnd Mute. v
Aht. 4 The pilnulpul platoef business of; 1
snld L'oiperullon sluiil be tit Mu.pvllle. K.y..Z-
Tliu cupttal stoe of Mil I Lei porntlen may be r
lucrciihed at it meeting of the toekholdors
(theBO holding a iiiiijrli (it the steclc assent
Ink' theicte) te IIU.I sum net exceeding HO,
(Ml. Thl- l niioiiitleii ii. i') oiKiitilze when
IKK) sliuies et its tbiel. Is piihsciilied. Stock. (
may be paid in In iimney in iqiitvulent nchn,
tiKreed teutruct price., und uny btmi.c nut sub
scribed ler iiim.v lw rel,i tteui time te time, -
ns the Dli-icieis i n ii. v direct mil ntithorlze,
and the ci rtllleiite ei stock stnill he signed by
thu 1'res-hent ui.d S m turj. mid the corpo
rate beat hhnll lienllixin le miiiie.
Aur. :. 'lliuroipenitldti hlmll le numnged
by a Dlieetiir) of (Ive persons who shiill be
elected nnnuiilli at the Ciinipiiuy's olllce in
Miijsvllle. IC .en thu 1st Monday In March of
eueli jour. If, ter uny reason, there should
net be an el, cilen held at thu tlmu tlxcd, the .
Directors in odlee shall contluiie ns such until
their sucets-et s an) elei ted und iiinlltled.
Aiit. n. Thu Dircteis shall choeso from
their unmix r u I'leMdMin Mini Vice-President,
and trem snld minilmc or tln stockholders n
SeeretHiy and Tiiiisiircr. or. If they see fit,
they mil) ceinbliii tl'ebe two elllcers Inte ene.
They hhnll eh ct hii r.diter. and may elect atv
nsslmaui te the Kdltei. both of whe$u duties
and tenuKi of eillte th.' umv tlx und pro pre pro
scrlte lie b-liiwsef the ('emu.iiiv. which by
laws u uujerliy of the Dliecteis may adept
for thu iiiiiiiiiHeuieut of the t nnipniiy's affairs.
Aht . The Oinipiitiv shull net Incur an
ludibtidiiest extc((iiiir. in the niifiicKUte,nt(
nn one thee n sihii hiiiiiI toeuu-hnlf of the
cuiiltul stock paid in
Aier. 8 I'hepriviiie propcttyef the stock steck
Imlrtits ttr this Company shnlt lie exetnpt ,
fiMiu all (Klit- ir llutillltles or the Corpora
tion AltT 9. The CeuxiMtum shall beifln whcn
It shall i.i e eitfuf.ljci il. ns provided ter hticin,
nnd ihiitl continue n unirf n muy be neccs
Bar.. m cerdilif te law
Iu w'tuess wtierccr, Un) Mild IlloonKirntorSs IlleonKirntorSs IlloenKirntorSs
liiivo huri iiniosei tlielt IiiiikN ttiH Hitlidnyef
William 11. Cox. A. M. J. Ceciiiiak. .
Tiieji. A. Davis. M t Hukhlll, A
w. u.VAiisw(imii,Jr uke. i.. uiiv. .- 't
B. T. illpKMAN, AMAH A. IillMOMIS.1
State ok Kkntuckv, t q,.
MitHiin fun .tv. r'1
I. T M. lL'inee. Cleik of the Countr Court
fur tli county and ktnt. ut'eicnilil. de certify;
lim I IIIU IUIUMU1IIK WUIUUI lltwii jiiiiiuiuii ijj,
pieOtiet'il te ne In AlU eemtiy. and Hokuewl
VMHCU U "" AMVIIII m I'll" ItlWITl n i
Cox. V. II. WmUwuitu. Jr,,ri.T. Jlleknmii. M;,
0. ItiiMcll. Geerge l Cx nnd .lleu A.
menin caen tu u ineir net nun (ned.H
Maren H. iKr, ibeMitiuMrun wiihiii rupre
te tmi hm4 HOknewlfdifwl br A. M, J, C(
te ue n w ue Hnn own, nun irniuen rer i
wiiercMtfieti tne nwl tiHietuer with th
titeavc hWlj bttH.diiu,'v"l I'l my
(teeters of railway yaweHgertrataa.
tedly referred te.
&m it was fenaerly.
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