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DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY
THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO.
William It. Cox.
TltOMAft A. Davis,
William H. Walworth, Jr.,
Serretary and Treaturer.
Themas A. Davis, ..........A'(or and Manager.
Samuel T.IIickm an. Att't Editor and Bookkeeper.
HOARD OF DIRECTORS.
William II. Cox, M. C. KrcsKLL,
A. M. J. Cechrav, W. II. WAnsweRTii.Jr.
Themas A. Davis.
OFFICE-!'"? &2!r "-". se. if iten
One Yir. . 83 00
Mix Months . .......... 1 50
Thre Jfentln.. ............................. 73
DELIVERED BY CARRIER.
Irr Menth ... ............ . 23 OnU
Pnyable te carrier at end of mentb.
Advertising rates uniform and reason
able and made kneicn en application at
IN UOC SIrtNO VINCES.
We could sell in the markets of the
world with free raw materials, could we?
The President of the Associated Chnm-
jbers of Commerce of thUnited Kingdom
engkt te knew semething: nbeut thee
Imarkcts, and he asserts en March 8th
ini. Londen, that "lie believed the pre
sent capacity of the world's markets te
I fieeivtl had been reached." He based
VI1I3 opinion net en theories', either, but
"V'J.fllu' facts namely, England's de
mising sales in these markets. Yet
g Has free materials, and cheap labor
ought te be a profitable lessen for
fajetubbern Free-trade Briten te find
Iffirrhan manufactures, mnde under
rotectien tee. steadily encroaching en
tbeiEnglish home market. The Londen
Iren Menger's Journal of February
15llif eays: "Cemplninta are made in
Staffordshire of severe German cempetl-
(tlen in hardwares. The Germans have
msUe recently compelled reductions
'amounting te 12 per cent, in two
descriptions of British cabinet locks.
They have also secured Immense British
'inters, amounting in a single line te
gross, or 60,000 locks.
set City, N. J., gave 8.138 Deme-
plurality at the last election for
rner, two years age. New a Re-
Ican has been elected Mayer by a
e majority. The vote is the largest
r cast in that city, and it is obviously
victory of law, order, honesty and geed
overnment rather than of any party;
nd yet the fact remains that the rob-
Wles nndcrime3 of a Democratic ring
.Md become se intolerable the Democrats
were forced, in defense of their own
homes and rights, te join In overthrow
ing thelr own party. When Governer
Abbett was -elected In 1889 he recelved
17,787 votes In Jersey City, while only
,W8 were east for the popular Repnbli
md " candidate, General Ghddb. Ne
ttettbt the majority was largely frnudu-
v "4i:r" t""M ii y
. V- 4 " W-
,rr:.Wt; an hetiest election has net been
JhMd'Ih Jersey City since the Democratic
regained control. Yet the majority
lr CXUVKLAKD in the Presidential aIec.
''',V.'M'f Wr WM 3.804. and if the Deme.
UiAm MM, Wn half honest, they
Itavft entd' uBea a majority In
KMt'tMgr afcwt aa large for aay,ewer-
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Can it be possible that the institutions
perfected by the sweat and bleed of our
fathers nre te be relegated te the back
numbers of our political history and n
new regime instituted in their place?
Is it a fixed and approved fact that
the time-tested right of the people te ap
point their servants must glve way te
the modern and exclusive back-room ad
justment by the ring?
0, temporal U, mores t Hew long,
eh hew long, you peeple of this proud(?)
old common wealth!
"The peeple have te get d d wrong
before they get right," said old Gover Gover
eor Scott. The gauge of political
ethics in Kentucky is lengthening un
reasonably, or the geed old Governer was
woefully mistaken. Will the ballet help
us? We shall seel
President Smith of the New Yerk
Chamber of Commerce aptly illustrated,
the necessity for American ships as fol fel fol
eows: " A friend of mine in the grocery
trade told me a story. Oue of his cus
tomers, a small grocer, who had been
buying his goods en 30 days' time, came
te him and said he wanted four months.
My friend said te him: 'Why de you
went four months?' The little grocer
said: 'I have get te buy a horse and
wagon. My neighbor, who is my com
petitor, has bought a horse and wagon
and he delivers his groceries. I shall
lese all my customers unless I deliver
mine In the same way.' That is the se
cret of the whole thing. Yeu cannot
sell your goods unless you deliver them;
you have get te have the wagon. In
the case of eceau traffic, you have get te
subsidize the steamers until such n time
as the trade pays them te run, or you'll
net have them at all."
MtjMille Will Be Tbtre.
Syrian Temple, Ancient Arabic Order
Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, will lmvu
their great blp meeting en next Saturday.
The innocent, caravan te attempt this
crossing of the het sands will be the Iem
batch of soft-eyed sons of the desert who
will be taken in until Inte next fall. Tlie
event, work, crowd, music, banquet and
all the arrangements arc of gorgeous hue
und elaborate detail. 'The weik will
begin at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Vis
itors wilt be present from all the cities of
the state. Tickets for lunch and rides en
the camel will be provided by Potentate
W. B. Melish.
ECHOES OF A FAMOUS FAILURE.
Execution Against Sureties in the As
signment of Archbishop Parcell.
At Cincinnati the Trusteesef the Purcell
estates have reached a point in the pros
ecution of their claim agninst Jehn B.
Mannlx's bondsmen where their work
begins te show. The obtaining of judg
ment against Jehn Helland, Michael
Walsh and Chus. Stewart, sureties en
Mannlx's bend as Assignee of Futuer
Edward Purccll has been published:
The judgment is for 181,000. Execu
tinn has been taken en this judgment,
and levy hud upon the realty formerly
standing in the name of Jehn Helland
and Michael Walsh.
Suits have new been filed te set aside
the conveyances and subject the property
te satisfaction of the judgment in ques
tien. Mr. Walsh, during May, 1883. con
veyed property en Mnln street, between
Frent and Water streets, and two pieces
en Hurrisen street, te William Walsh and
ether members of his family. The pe
titions allege that without this property
the defendant will be unable te sntisfy the
claim held against him.
The property conveyed by Jehn Hol Hel
land consists of several lets en Hunt
street, above the Montgomery read;
property en Wnlnut Hills, property en
Seventh street extending back te Van
Heme and property en Dalten avenue.
All these parcels were conveyed by Mr.
Helland te his wife, Catherine, through
Frank Cook, acting na an Intermediary.
The leasehold occupied by the Helland
store was, at a latter date, conveyed te
the Jehn Helland Qeld Pen Company.
The Court is ashed te set aside this con
But bad as the situation is for the un
fortunate sureties, they will net be sold
out of house and home immediately.
The case is te be taken te the Circuit
Court, and very likely will go te the Su
preme Court, and considerable time must
yet elapse befere the Purcell Trustees,
with the best of luck with their suits,
can realize en the judgment recently ob
All- beta that Parry would win should
be declared a draw, provided that no
stipulation about the withdrawal was
made in the bet. On accountef his wllh
drawal thera placing their money en him
bad he chance te wis ami therefore should
net be HMk the lewri.
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ANIMALS BECOMING EXTINOT.
Id Africa ttUpfcat ftad ObraflAMV Arc B
coating Rapidly JBsUrmtaatcd.
An artlale by Mr. Bryden In tfee last
proceedings of the Britten Zoological
society says the days of the giraffe, are
numbered, A few years age herd 'of
Bcvcnty or eighty of them wero often
met In various parts of Africa. Bryden
Bays that nineteen giraffes nre new a
large herd. They have been hunted se
mercilessly both by natives and foreign
spertsmen that they are rapidly becom
ing exttnet. The Intelligent African
Iring, Khame, has, however, taken the
giraffe under his protection and hopes
te save it from extermination. He has
forbidden the hunting of the giraffe In
his large domain, and In this wny he
hopes they will multiply in his country.
It is an interesting fact that Russia has
preserved the European bison from ex
tinction by setting apart a forest In
Lithuania for them and permitting no
one te molest them.
Recent explorers In Beuthwest Africa
say that the fauna has changed greatly
during the last thirty or forty years.
Dr. Henry Schllchtcr In a paper he
read befere the British association a
few weeks nge says antelopes, liens,
buffaloes, rhinoceros, giraffes and ether
large nnlmals which were met with in
abundnnce when the country was first
explored arc no longer te be found in
any part of southwest Africa en ac
count of their ceaseless slaughter by
European hunters, as well ns by the
natives since the latter have possessed
breech-leading guns. The most impor
tant among these animals, the ele
phant, has wholly disappeared from
this part of Africa except in the neigh
borhood of Lake Ngaml. Andersen,
one of the early explorers of this re
gion, said that twelve hundred pounds
of ivory could be bought nt Lake
Ngnml for a musket. According te Liv
ingstone, In three yenrs net less than
nine hundred elephants were killed
near the llttle Zenga river alone. Hew
much their number has diminished is
shown by the present very small Ivery
expert from Walfish bay, which amounts
te about fifteen hundred pounds per
annum, while In 1875 It was as high as
thirty-seven thousand pounds.
The various kinds of animals would
doubtless incrcase again if some pro
tective measures were taken in their
behalf, but there are net many Khnmas
among the Important men of Africa
who have sufficient fpresfght te en
deavor, in the Interests of thelr own
people, te prevent the extermination of
these valuable animals.
THE GAME OF "LURE."
A NoteI Kntertalnmnnt for Rnlltray
A British traveler aspires te the in
vention of a new game which Jie en
countered in one of the home railways.
He was alone in a first-class carriage
when two young gentlemen and three
young women entered. He seen gained
from their conversation that they in
tended te leave a parcel at a certain sta
tion. He thought that it would be elvll
te tell them that they had already
passed it He was thanked, and one of
the gentlemen made a pencil mark en
his cuff. Soen one of the young women
asked the time, and none of the party
having a watch they began te gncss,
when the single traveler kindly told
them. Again a mark was made en the
cuff. The patty displayed such igno
rance of the route that several times,
out of pure kindness, this gentleman
volunteered timely information. At
each time his courtesy was followed by
a mark en a cuff. Presently they di
vided some money between them and
left the train. Seme time after that
the traveler learned that he was the
victim of a game called "lure." The
players take turns te start a conversa
tion entirely among themselves, with a
view of Inducing a stranger te break
into it unasked. If the lure succeeds,
the starter scores one ngulnst each of
the ethers, the ialtcrtlf he falls, scor
ing againbt him. The points, of course,
cun be any sum agreed upon If the
person "lured" gives a wrong answer
the starter is paid double. All the
players nre bound te support the starter.
The latlewlu" Tide.
The official figures show that Immi
gration Is en a steady Increase In the
United Stntes. Fer the seven months
ended January 31, 1693, the total num
ber of Immigrants, net Including these
from Mexico and the British possessions,
was 283,410, against 24,040 in the same
months of the previous year. A ma
jority of these immigrants are, fortun
ately, from Great Britain, Scandinavia,
Germany, France and the Netherlands,
countries from which our original pop
ulation chiefly sprang. But the figures
also show that Russia, Italy, Poland
and Hungary contribute extensively te
our national Increment, and the fact Is
of significance In view of the measures
being adopted te prevent a deterioration
of the national character.
In I!nk Thlrtr.sevnu Yenr.
The officers of the Provident institu
tion for savings, of Jersey City, have
just settled an account which has been
standing en their books for thirty-seven
years. In 1855 A. B., trustee for C. D.,
deposited $13.20. The deposit was made
by a father for his Infant son, and the
money remained in the bank until
about a week age. Through the ac
cumulation of dividends and compound
interest the original Sln.120 hed increased
te S10L70. The bank efilcers had adver
tised the umeunt4n a list of unclaimed
deposits. The advertisement was an
swered by a New Yerk attorney, who
readily proved his right te claim the
money, whose existence he had never
A I Ien ten Man' Hard Luck.
A Bosten man died the ether day
without having touched a fortune
ilch he hed long expected and had at
i Inherited. The estate, which was
urge one In New Yerk, was in course
settlement, something had been real-
already, and a check for several
thousand dollars was sent , as n first pay
raekt te the Bosten man. It found him
in .bed se ewK mat ne
wrke a ladbrMHMflt.
wltbevt havhNT haall
enum net even
(and he died
a dollar of tba
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... TRAPPING CR0W& !
Hew tka Somber Birds Are'GaugM
for Sheeting Matones.
A rurentt That Call ftp Great Skill ea
the Tart of the Trapper Matt
edt of Capturing; the
Whtle the crew is regarded by most
peeple as a black-coated thief, a scav
enger, an enemy te the former, and
worthless bird generally, there are a
number of peeple In and around Phlla
delplda te whom he Is a source of profit,
says the Recerd of that city. They nre
the men who make a business of trap
ping the birds for sheeting mutches.
The crew is very wury, and the traps
used In his capture must be of the most
simple construction and nicely hidden,
or he will never ceme near, no matter
hew tempting the bait may be.
When the snow covers the ground and
everything Is frozen up he sometimes
becomes bold because of hunger, and at
these times he is easily taken in great
numbers. The home of the crews
around Philadelphia is generally in the
most Inaccessible plne forests of New
Jersey, and at night they congregate
there In great numbers, te arise at
dawn and wing their way te Pennsyl
vania in search of feed. They always
fly across at about the same place, and
the trnppcrs place their bait ou the line
of their flight, sometimes feeding them
for several days before a pull is made.
The crews become accustomed te the
place and each day swarm en the bait
and devour it. The trap or net is then
put in position In the evening and ev
erything made ready for a puU early in
the morning. It consists usually of a
net made of light but strong twlne and
quite small-mcshcd. Twe hickory sap
lings arc cut and the large ends made
fast In the ground In such a position
that the small ends arc only a few
Inches above the level. Streng lines
are placed en the small ends, and the
saplings arc pulled beck until they bend
almost double. They arc then hooked
en small cleats. These form the spring.
The net is made fast te the ground in
the rear of the sapling butts and the
ether corners are placed en the
small ends of the saplings. The
net is carefully placed In a small roll
and lightly covered with snow and lit
ter. The bait Is placed directly in the
sweep of the net. When the crews come
te eat, n line that Is fastened te the
cleat holding the springs leads some dis
tance away and Inte the hands of the
trapper, who Is generally concealed In
a small thatched shanty. When the
bait Is covered he pulls the cord and
the saplings released threw the net ever
the crews. Lines that are en the ends
arc then quickly pulled taut, and the
crews arc captured. A heavy pair of
leather gloves is necessary te take the
birds from beneath the' net, ns with
their.streng beaks and claws they fight
te the end. They are placed In large
boxes and are usually sold te shooters
at twenty-five cents a pair.
Anether method is te stretch the net
between two poles, their length being
just half the width of the net. The free
end Is fastened te the ground, and small
blocks, en which the poles can be read
ily pulled ever, nre driven and the ends
of the poles placed In them. Guy ropes
from the upper ends of the poles are
drawn tight and staked out In a line
with the lower end. Twe small lines
are run from the upper ends and are
spliced together a short distance from
the net. Frem there the -single line
runs te the trapper. A pest, with a
pully at the top, is put In the ground
and the pull line run through in order
te get the nets te start easily. When
the crews congregate en the bait a
quick, strong puU throws the poles ever
en their pulleys and the loose net is
spread tightly ever the struggling birds.
Net an Atuploleu Title of the Royal
Heme or England.
Fer some reason or ether the title of
duke of Clarence has always been re
garded in England as one that wus Ill Ill
emened, 6ays the New Yerk Recorder,
and net only surprise but also dissatis
faction was felt by the nation when the
queen conferred It a few years age
upon the eldest son of the prince of
Wales. There have been only three
English princes besides the late Prince
"Eddie" who have berne It, and they
can, none of them, be considered as
having been fortunate In any sense of
the word. The first of them was
Themas, duke of Clarence, brother of
King Henry V., of Shakespearean
memory, who after figuring ' for some
time as lord lieutenant of Ireland, was
finally defeated In a battle with a
French-Scottish force in Anjou, and
killed with a battle ax by the Scotch
carl of Buchan. The second duke of
Clarence was the brother of King
Edward IV. Married te a daughter of
the great and powerful earl of War
wick, he was Imprisoned and brought
before the house of lords en a charge of
high treason against his brother. A
sentence of death was pronounced
ugalnst him. The king, however, did
net dare te execute him openly, and
he was put te death secretly in the
Tower of .Londen, by being drowned In
n but. of Malmsey wlne. The third
duke of Clarence was .the third son of
King Geerge III., who bore the tltle
until he ascended the throne as King
William IV, Popularly known "as
"Silly Billy, " he wus ccccntriu te the
verge of Imbecility, and It is apparent
from the memoirs of Charles Grcville
that his idiosyncrasies were such as te
unfit him for any ordinary profession.
Notwithstanding his royal rank it be
came nccc&sury en two occasions, be
fore he succeeded. te the crown, te do de do
prive him of his command of the navy
In conscquence of his gross, Incompe
tence and cress stupidity. The most
astounding stories of his lack of in
telligence and of his mental density are
related, and I rsay add that there
seems te be a strain of Insanity In the
bleed of several of his Illegitimate de
scendants. Frem this It will be seen
that the name of Clarence ean scarcely
be regarded as a partlealarly ausplkm
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OXN UK FOUND AT HIS' "
Se.. 110 Market Strtrt,
Opposite Control Hetel.
Editor " Public Ledger:"
Yeu will plcase anneunce
te the public generally that we have
full lines of
Our Pocket Cutlery depart
ment Is very large, cemprising: follow fellow follew
ing: brands: Limestone Cutlery Ce.,
New Yerk Cutlery Ce., Redcers, "Wos "Wes "Wos
tenhehn, Stnniferth nnd ether brands.
OUR TABLE CUTLERY
Made by New Yerk Knife
Ce., Jehn Russell Cutlery Ce., and
ether makers. Pearl, Ivery, Celluloid.
Roue aud Weed Handles. Our Silver
Plated Knives ami Ferks, Spoons,
Ferks, &c., arc best, poeds.
Our line of
Cannet be excelled. Our
own makes comprise " Our Very Rest,"
"Kentucky Rnttler," "F. 0. il. Ce.'s
Extra," " Limestone." "0. &R. Extra,'
"Justice" and "Biz." Yeu can make
no mistake in either brand named.
SHEARS AND SCISSORS
Stock are of the best made.
F. 0. H. Ce.'s Shears fully warranted;
if ii' it A Ne. l.money refunded.
Rakes, Hees, Scythes,
Ferks, Shovels, Spades, Picks and
Mattocks you will find large stock.
We have a splendid stock
of Bronze Boer Lecks. Latches. Hinges,
Belts; also all ether qualities used in
building. Blacksmiths and carpenters
will find all tools used by them.. Iren,
Nails, and full stock if the best Wheels
and Woodwork, Rims, Spokes, Hubs,
Shafts, Ac, nil of best timber.
Frauk Owens Hardware Ce.
47 W. Second St. und 114 Sutten St.,
A Comprehensive Survey
An Apprehensive Subject
Means of a Prehensive Tail.
The Menkey is net afraid,
because his tail is a geed one.
We are net afraid, because
our tale is a geed one.
IT IS NOT A TALE OP WOE!
We tell of Bargains, Splen
did Goods, fair treatment, sat
isfaction te customers and
merchant; and of reasonable
prices and geed money values.
It is a tailess tale a tale with
out an end, because it is a tale
that will held.
The Furniture tells for itself,
at HENRY ORT'S.
Before buying a Gas T?ftT TPQT?
It cooks with a current of het air. Te
S.B, OLDHAM, SttSBSgt
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jye uaargei &amtn&
HitOrf." " Let,""f Fnuni,',' Ac uf (Hi fM)te
Me tiature. and net te ttcettl thru Vntr, eh thl
page, art, FRSElea tt.
3BTK DiutnesAtlKtrHffmqitt1niiit1ti tcllh
vutpay. If anttctrt fail te tome thclrtt ttmt, wt invite
a man rtptUttenn a art. ntcctfirv te ure
what you ailccrtttc for. IPe u'Wi the cduti (,
te fit I that thtu are no'. impetUia en i hy iwtna,
cur frte column.
Atletrittcmcnts can be Uft at our vfflte or tint
through ihl matt te
THV PUDUO l.RDQfili COMPANY,
TX7ANTED A coimileto set or" Offlcltd Itco Itce
TT erds of the union nnd Confedernte
Armies," published by the War Deuarttnenr.
Address, statin? prlce, "Vcturnn, llex 683,
M nysvlllc. Ky.
WANTED One Jnrjje room. tAddrcss Bex
V. Mnyarllle. Ky. , -
WANTED Three tueusnnd subscribers te.
TUB PUllt.10 LEDnnn.
WANTED Energetic Agents ana Corres
pondents for The I'uiimc LEuaRti.
FOH JtENT Severnl vulunble spncps. for
udvertlslnif purposes, In The 1'uulie
FOH SALE fir trnde Ter clt property, .
geed family Herse and an'ulmt'st new
Surrey.'. T)lt. 8. VANGUURN.'
FOIl SALE Advertising tpnee In The Pub
LOST A Pocketbeolt containing 16 7. He- '
wnrd of W If rcturiu il e The Ledger
office or te THOMAS SWENEY.
OST A golden nppurtunltv K yen de net
J tulu-rtl-e In Tiik Punr.ie Lmhikii.
FOUND Tim I It pivk a ill, pir.nt te , usren-
IzeTiin l' "MO t.Kimrn. '
J7IOUND Munch of Kt'f. which owner cmi
have by enllliu- nt l'uni.iu I.KDOEit office
nnd proving pieperiy.
T: H. N. SMITH,
Teeth Intrrt'it Without'
itti l't In i;ttractten
OFFI(5K-Sf fend Street.
Gee. M. Clinger & Sen. ' .;,
BRICK MASONS AND CONTRACTORS t '
Estimates made en all clasiescf Werk. , "
Leck Pox 4.17, MAYSVILLE. KY. , . ' '-
AND CEMETERY WORK,
In Oranlle ami Mai lit.
M. R. GILMOEE,
lOfl W. Skcenii Btiikkt, MAYSVILLE, KV. ' A'J
BW-FrcOTtone Building Werk, Sidewalks, Ac, nt
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION .
AMirTCD nv . v
THE PUBLIC LEDGER CCL
OF MAYSVILLE. KY. , '
AitT. I. Ite It known that William II. Cox,
Themas A. Davis, W. II. Wadsworth. Jr., Sam
uel T. Jllcleimn, A. M. J. Cochran, M. C, Itus
scll, Geerge L. Cox and Allen A. Edmonds,
tiuve this day associated themselves together
Hnd become incorporated under nnd by vlrtuo vlrtue vlrtuo
ef Chapter 66 of the Ucucrul Statutes or the
Stute of Kentucky us The Public Ledger Com
pany and by that nnme shall sue and be sued,
contract and be co- tracted with, Hnd shall have
perpetual succession and n common seal, with
power te alter same nt pleasure
Aitr. 2. The capital stock of said Corpora
tion shall be I5.U00, divided Inte shares of
111) each, and the sumo shall be transfera
ble by written assignment en the uertltlcate,
and when transferred the certificate for sumo
shall bn surrendered te the Coin puny and can
celed, und new ones Issued In lieu thereof.
AttT. ii This Corporation is organized for
the purpese of publishing u newspaper in.the
elty of Maysvllle. nnd distributing the same
throughout the state of Kentucky, and for the
carrying en of a general newspaper business
lu said city and state.
Aiit. 4. Tbe principal placoef business of
Hiiid Corporation shall be at Maysvllle. Ky.
The capital stec of said Corporation may be
Increased ut n meeting of the stockholders'
(theso holding a majority of the stock assent
ing thereto) te nny sum net exceeding HO,
(XK). This Corporation uiay organlze when
iXK) shares of its stock Is subscribed. 8teclc
mny be paid for In money or equivalent at an.
agreed contract prlce, aud any stock net sub
scribed for may be sold from time te time,
ns the Directors may direct und authorize,
and the certificates of stock shall be signed by
the President and Secretnry, and the corpo
rate seal shall be iitttxcd te sanie.
Aiit. S. The Corporation suull be managed
by a Directory of five persons who shall be
elected annually at the Company's oiBce in
Maysvllle, Ky., en the 1st Monday In March or
each year. if. for any reason, there should
net be an election held at the time fixed, the the
Dlrecters in etlice shall oentlnuo as such until
thelr successors are elected and qualified.
AitT. 0. The Directors shall choeso from
their number a President und Vice-President,
nnd from said number or tbe stockholders a.
Seerctary and Treasurer., or, If they see tit,,
they may combine these two officers Inte one.
They shall elect an Editor, and may elect nn
assistant te the Editor, both of whose duties
and tenure of oaice they may Ox and pro pre
scribe by by-laws of the Company, which by
laws a majority of the Dlreoters'may adept
ler the management ir the Company's ufTairs.
Ami 1 Tim Pjimnnnv alinll nnf Inmlr an
Indebtedness' exceeding, in the Hggregate.atr. it&; )
unyone time, a sum equal te one-half of tbe ; ?''J
Aht. 8. The private property of the etoek
hnlders of this Company shall be exempt"
rrem all debts or liabilities of the Corpora Corpora Cerpera
lion. AitT. 0. TheCorperntion shall begin whoa
It shall have organize!, as provided for herein;
aud shall continue us long as may be neces-'
Miry, according te law. .'
lu witness whercer. th said incorporator
have horeunlo set their lumft this 10th day of .,
William II. Cox, A. M. J. Ceciiiian, ;
w. il.WADsweuTti.Jr., Or.e. L.Cer, . teWft I
I HUMAN A. 1'AVIP, ,.'1. J. IIITBCI.L,,
. t. iiickman, i.ws a. jsjjmesps.-;ttt;vv
State or Kentucky, I ?, - 'v-li
1, T. M. Pearce, Clerk of the Countr Court '"
ler tin county nnn siaje iiiun-raw, ue certify.'
tnut tne nirogeing Arucioer incorporation or
ine t'uone L.cugur je. wi, i'ii .-inrcn ju.jsfc, ryA
produeed te me In said county, nnd nokuewl -iftJL
wmcu urwtM iHuuiM j. .i0. i, uunm n. - ?jw
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u. Kiim'ii. ueorge it. unx una Alien A. JH-. V
nmniU nam. In m thnll net Unit .11 Aji unjl Am' !Lt
March 14. lift!, the tame wus again reBrelttMd
te.tae nnd aeknuwledirwl by A. M. J. CeaWsja fW
te be his net and deed, and ledged for rseiffl, ','
tilkmte, hath been dulf reeerried In my iiwBi . ,
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