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DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY
THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO.
William II. Ce.x, Themas a. Davis,
William It. Waimwerth, Jr.,
Secretory und Tremurer.
Themas A. Davis, Rliter ami Manager.
Samuel T.Hickm an. An't Rllter and BoekKeeier,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
VlLLJAM II. OOI, M.C. IU'HHILL,
A. M. J. Cechka.v, W. II. Wadhwerth, Jr.,
TlIOMAN A. DaVIh.
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jrrij& Third Street
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Mix Months...... 1 50
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Payable te carrier at end of month.
Advertising rates uniform and reason
able and made kneicn en application at
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Protection nnd the relegation of
and Americanism, its opponents te tke
British line, tbuspr
? claiming a moral dis-
i'j, irancnisemeui, ucnuiunuizuuen anu uu-
uunuiiuu ui uuu'iinii uiu uuiiuiis ui wit;
linker! States. fine Yerk Ettninn Pnt.
?S" ' TITItlimi nttnninllnr. try hiiiifef TJ...
w Fest's bread question, we simply desire
b . .
t sava xne -American economist, te call
its atentien te the following editorial
utterance of another great Mugwump
Free-trade newspaper, The Bosten Jfcr-
The American ilng is simply a number
of pieces of textile fabric, of three different
colors, sewd together for the purpose of
making a predetermined combination.
i, iiueu ritwuuuuia ure luuuu ttueuriiig
at patriotism and ridiculing all feeling
of veneration for the American flag,
when they advocate a policy that would
break down our industries and hand
ever our markets te foreigners, they
surely cannot blame Protectionists for
classing them as adherents of Great
k) nuuuu rutiiur inuii ui uiu umieu states.
t v Whatever else may be said of our Pre-
lecuve peucy, it must at least ue nu
mitted that that policy the American
system, as it was named by its great ex
pounder Henry Clay is one which is
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healthy American sentiment. It em
phasises the importance of American
Industries, American markets and Amer
ican werkingnien. Its fundamental
doctrine is that American skill is great
enough, American talents are varied
& , . enough, and American laborers Intelli
gent enough te enable us te manufact
ure at home everything that we are net
precluded, by climate or ether natural
causes, from producing. It is an Ameri
can policy, broadly, consistently Ameri-
v can. and as such its most nDtironrinte
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emuiem is me American nag.
It was altogether lovely and the
choicest scene among ten thousand te
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ruMKtrvn nnw Rerpnniv rnn "Kiiia" nmi
" Mossbacks" unified en Saturday.
Can anyone telephone us what has
jW feeonie of the Peeple's-Party-Faraicnj-II-
'.' Alllanefi-Third-Partv rmrtv that nernl-
I ' Mtd a anadfdate for Senater in this
",god Thirty-first Senatorial District at
, Yaaeeburg en Friday last?
Ferge plglren f 12 75 a ten, Bessemer
plgiren $14 50 a ten, and steel billets
$23 a ten, are some sample McKlnley
prices with which the Tariff "reform"
prophets of the campaign of 1800 are
just new wrestllng. These are abso
lutely the lewestjprices en record.
Somehow or another the Republicans
of Masen county have get it into their
heads that the proper way of getting a
candidate for an efllce is te held a con
vention and nominate one. They have
an idea that the party is a little bit
bigger than any individual member of
The Free-trade Heuse refused te au au au
thorize the building of mere than a sin
gle war ship for the new navy, and
shamefully shaved down the fortifica
tion appropriations. Building a navy
and fertyfylng our sea coast saver tee
much patriotism for the anti-Amerlcau
Cebdenite. But when it came te the
River and Harber bill, which is noto
riously the most extravagantly dishonest
that annually comes before Congress,
the Democratic majority threw their
professions of economy te the winds
and run the river and harbor appropri
ations up se that the total appropria
tions will exceed these of the corres
ponding session of the preceding Con
gress by net less than $23,000,000. That
Is the kind of patreits they are.
Keal Entste Transfers.
C. B. Pearce. Jr., and wife and ethers
te Kate Lane, let en Seuth side of Sixth
street; consideration, ?!2C4.
Six hundred physicians went East by
the C. and O. this morning.
Ue.miv C. Smith, Jn., made a misstep en
Frent street last night, while saluting a
friend en a passing train, and severely
sprained his ankle.
Jehn Mehan, foreman of the Catletts
burg Water Company, came down en the
excursion yesterday te see his paients
and will return this afternoon.
Shelbyville. July 18th te 15th.
Eminence, July 10th te 23d.
Harrodsburg, July 25th te 30th.
Danville. August 2d te 6th.
Versailles, August 2d te Gtb.
Columbia, August Oth te 12tL.
Sharpsburg, August Oth te 13th.
Nicholasville, August lGth te 20th.
Cnmpbellsville, August 10th te 10th.
Lebanon, August 23d te 20tb.
Maysville, August 23d te 27th.
Lexington, August 30th te Sept. 3d.
Paris, September Oth te 10th.
Bardstown, September, Oth te 10th
Winchester, September 13th te 17th.
Elizabethtown, September 13th te 16th.
Herse Cave, September 20th te 23d.
Cynthiaua, September 21st te 24th.
All the above meetings have trotting
Tlte Left Hand Initiate She Is Net Property
This curious ltttle extract, which reads
somewhat ltke a riddle, comes from a
letter written by Dr. Franklin te the
American Museum. The learned doctor
is Bpcaldng ea a subject about which
there Is a grcnt diversity of opinion. He
is arguing the cauitc et the left hand,
and contends that she is entitled te
equal oeruddoration with the right.
Thut filw ought te be equally instructed,
In order that If anything should hnppcn
te her sister, she might be as competent
for useful employment as the right
would be if deprived of the assistance
of the left'
"There are two 6isters of us, and the
two eyes of man de net rchemble nor
are capable of being en better terms
with each etlicr than my sister and my
self, but for the partiality of our
parents, who make the most injurious
distinctions between us. Frem my In
fancy I have been led te consider my
sister an a berng of mere elevated rank.
Nothing was spared In her education,
while I was suffered te grew up without
the least instruction. She had masters
te teach her writing, drawing and ether
accomplishments; but if by chance I
touched a pencil, a pen, or a necxlle, I
was bitterly rebuked, and mere than
once I have been beaten for being awk
ward and wanting a graceful manner.
It Is true my sister associated me with
her upon some occasions,' but she always
mode n point of taking the lead, calling
upon me only from necessity, or te
figure at her side,"
But in splte of Dr. Franklin's argu
ment, the left hand has never yet taken
equal place with the right, and, for
many reasons, it seems hnrdly prebable
that she ever wllL
ErvrjtMaj Ha IU Cm.
On every horse will be found, en the
inside of each foreleg, a dry, gray wart
about the size of a silver dollar, appar
ently of no possible use. It is said that
wheq the weary, overtaxed anlmaL
sweating at every pore and covered
with foam, can reach down and rub
with hk wet nose this always dry, hard
tmhstasee, he is instantly refreshed
witlf a odor like geranium.
Mm? KtHtmrnair Fall Oeear la th
Court IlnUroem of Kurope,
Dancing en the highly polished and
parqueted floors of the palaces of Eu
rope is attended with some danger, says
Marquise de Fontcmey In the New
Yerk Recorder, especially when the
heels happen te be hampered with the
spurs which form part and parcel of
every full-dress uniform.
The duke of Aeste, nephew of King
numbert, of Italy, Is suffering from
the effects of a severe tumble while
waltxing et a ball given at Rome by
Mmc. Le Ghalt, the wife of the Bel
gian minister te Washington. At a
Viennese court ball I once saw the
young secretary of a foreign embassy
fall be unfortunately while dancing.
with one of the arcltduchcsses that he
practically came down in a sitting posi
tion en her face and, caused her nose te
bleed. 1 need scarcely add that he left
Vienna nest day and a week later ob
tained IiIb transfer te another pest.
At Berlin accidents of this character
hove been se frequent of late et the
court balls that a few Sundays age Em
peror William summoned the generals
commanding the various troops sta
tioned in and around Berlin and in
structed them te direct thoee officers
who ere net nble te dance properly
te abstain from attempting te de se at
imperial entertainments. Formerly the
young officers used te be put "through
their paces" by their seniors, and hed
te display a certain proficiency in sin
gle danees around the billiard table be
fore tiiey were allowed te dance et
cenrt. I remember ane occasion nt a
court bell hi Berlin where a young sub
altern incurred the anger of the late
Prince Frederick Charles by tripping
up his pertner. The prince assailed
the young officer se bitterly thet the
late Emperor Frederick, then only
crown prine, wee obliged te intervene.
As It was. Prince Charlee would net let
the young fellow off without a sound
lectare en hew te dance properly.
A few weeks before the tragedy t
Meycrling the Grewn Prinoess Stephanie
had a very nasty fall owing te the
ganchcrie of a cavalry offieor with
whom she was wnltxlng. The emperor
was terribly annoyed, end the late
Crown Prince Rudelph spoke his mind
in no moaserod terms te the culprit.
Fur mcare polite was Emperor Napeleon
III. when et a TuBerkss ball a middle
aged offieor and his fair partner come
te grief. As the mortified lancer
scrambled te his feet the emperor ex
tended a hand te help htm. end turning
te the lady remarked: "Madame, it is
the second time that I have scen the
colonel fall; the first time it was en the
VALUE OF FARM ANIMALS.
Secretary rtaka I)epartnent Give Seme
The report of the department of agri
culture upon the number end values of
form animals and en freight rates of
transportation companies states that
the estimated number of horses en
farms and ranches en the 1st of Janu
ary was 15,468,140. This is exclusive of
horses in cities. The estimates of mules
aggregate 11,311560. The use of horses
In place of oxen lias been progress
ing for years until few oxen ere
new used for farm purposes, lumber
ing or mining. The number of
cattle en farms end ranches Is esti
mated et 10,410,851 milch cows and 8",
051,239 ether cattle. The aggregate
number of sheep is estimated at 44,038,
305, en advance of about 3 per cent.
Swine are estimated In numbers at 52,
899,019, nn increaae of 3 te 4 per cent.
The wealth of tls oeuntry in farm ani
mals is equal te a per capita valuation
of S40, or an Increase of 3C per cent in
The overage value per head for all
ages of each class of animals is as fol fel fol
eows: nersea, 05.01; mules, 875.55;
milch cows, 831.40; oxen and ether
cattle, $15.10; sheep, 82.58; awlne, $4.00.
The removal of the embargo en Amer
ican perk products in most of the coun
tries of Europe has resulted in an ad
vance In farm prices of 10 per cent., and
the Increased value per head alone has
added 823,000,000 te the farm wealth of
the oeuntry in a single year.
There has been a heavy increase in
commercial prices. On February 3 na
tive shoep were quoted et 83.75 te 85.50
and westerns et 84.25 te 85.30. In the
case of hogs tl advance during the
month h:is been even greater. The
highest range of prices of animals for
slaughter was reported In August and
September as te cattle and hogs, though
the status of sheep has blnee advanced.
The proportion of the cotton crop of
1891 throughout tle cotton-growing
states shows a general average of 8.1.3
per cent The reports of the Russian
crops continue te be oentrodlotory and
unsatisfactory. The last cablegram
from Odessa states that nearly all
southern Russia Is suffering from a
blight of black frost. In tlus Caucasus
a better prospect prevails.
Ne important changes in the rates of
freight upon agricultural products were
reported by any of the trunk line com
panies January 1, 1892, ns compared
with tliese reported December 1, 1891.
Transatlantic rates generally arc con
siderably lower than they wens Do De
cemlwr 1. Frem New Yerk te Liver
pool the docrcase is from 10 per cent,
upon some articles te nearly 35 per
cunt, en ethers.
She Recame Ift-Ilanited.
Three years age a young lady of Fall
River, Mass., was hit upon the left side
of her head by e falling sign as she was
walking along a street in Bosten. This
was followed by brain fever. After
some weeks she was as well In mind
end body as ever, but from a right
handed person she had become se left
handed that fclie could neither cut, sew
nor write with her right hand, but
found it easy te de all these things
with her left. Her right hand was Just
about us useful da her left had been
just before she was hurt- What Is
strange is that, with se recent e change
in the use of her hands, she never
makes an awkward motion, and is as
graceful la the use of her left hand as
if she had bean born left-handed.
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cnrrlc mrc wcttiht with
U than anuthUiu cUc note-
ailau. S3y Gill hiii! leek
at Ilenrjl Ort's
mWttOOM and PJltLOU SUITES.
Ae. II Eat Stcuml St.
25 dozen L'ulauudried Waists, sizes 6 te It years, 25 cents.
25 dozen asserted styles in Percale and Cheviot,
worth 75, at 50 cents, sizes G te 14 years.
TT? Y0T7 An?TFH 1,ack Hosiery for Ladies, Misses and Children
11 1 U U ll J2J JJlf for Snrnny,P try a pjjj. of em. celebrated Ethi
opian Dye. They arc absolutely fast and stainless. A trial .will convince you
of this fact.
Ne. 51 WEST SECOND STREET.
Maysville Carriage Company,
MaNUKACTUIIKKS AND DEAI.EI18 IN
A PINE LINE 0E CARRIAGE WORK.
Alse Agents keh the
Deerinsr Harvesting Machinery
Adjoining Opera-house, MAYSVILLE, KY,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS,
And HOUSEKEEPING GOODS GENERALLY ALWAYS ON HAND
AND FOIl SALE UY
Landreth's Reliable Gai'deil Seed
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, FOIt SALE BV
THOS. J. OHENOWETH.
McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
Tinware, Tin Reoling,
JOII WOJtK OK ALL KINDS Executed In the
Latest in WALL PAPER. Largest Quantity, Lewest Prices.
OAN SUIT ANYBODY. PAINTS, OILS, VAKN1S11KS. ZWEfGART' BLOCK.
L. C. BLATTEKMAN.
OLDEST HOUSE IN THE CITY.
BLATTERMAN & POWER,
SOf.B A0KNT8 FOR
MILLER'S MONITOR RANGES,
AND DEALERS IN,
Mantels, stoves, grates, ice cream, freezers,
RofrtKerntori, Wnihlnir Maehlnct, Wringers and Kltehrn Bncclnltlc. We will net
be underseld. All goods frunrantecd as represented. Tin lioeflnir, Outterlnjf nnd
general Jeb Werk.
28 and 30 W, Second Street, :-: JIAYSVIJLE, KY.
AND CKMITIRY WORK, '
Jn Grant! ami MarbU,
"M. R. GILM0RE,
109 W. 8KOOXI1 8TMCKT, 'MAY8VILLK, KY.
A First-class Line of
Found In a Drug Stere.
POWER & REYNOLDS.
Steve, see the
It cooks with a current of het air. Te
be had of
ST fT TYU A Tir noilsen Bleck. Ne.
. Jt. UiiXlAM, 18 East Second St.
OFFERING IN BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS.
BBOTONG & CO,
Guttering and Spouting.
W. F. POWER.
Mere Sfcd, better ladlrlduAli and Breeding '$
for Lew Meney, than any Farm.
Sire of seven from 2:104 te 230,
l)yaoe.Wllko,2;22,lroof eighty In
2:ittdam llwn, by Roseeo, son of
Pilet, Jr. TERMS. S50 cash at
tlme of service with return prlvl prlvl
leire, or $75 te Insure
ALCANDRE, 2:52Gtf .
fly Aloyeno, 2:27, sire of twenty twonty twenty
Ilve In 2:iW: dam lady Carr, dam of
Ambassador, 3SZ1K, Mary 8.. 2128.
by American Clay. TERMS, $60 te
By Egbert, slre of flrty.twe In 2:30;
dam Laura, dam of Eirg Het (three
year-old) UBi, Knight TemplBr.
2:R!f by Ulllr Adams, son of Almont.
TERMS, $25 te insure.
By Alcantara, 2:23, slre of fifty In
2:30, first dam by Sir Walklll, sec
ond dam by Kentucky Prince
TERMS, $10 cash by Bensen, or $15
J39Bend for Catalogue
JAS. W. FITZGERALD,
Te Article One of Articles Licor Licer Licor
perating the Peyiitz Bres. Ce.
Article te amend Artlcle I of Articles of In
corporation of Poyntz Drethcrs Company,
of Maysville, Masen county, Kentucky, re
corder? In Deed Heek Ne. Vi, page 174.
He It known te all whom it may concern,
that at a mcetlng of the stockholders of the
Poyntz Hrethcrs Company of Maysville, Ken
tucky, held at Its oHlce In Maysville Ken
tucky, Thursday, April 28tb, 1892, It was
agreed that the corperato namoef said com
pany be changed from Poyntz Brethers Com
pany te Oakwood Distillery Company, and
that hereafter the business of said corpora
tion be conducted under the corporate name
of Oakwood Distillery Company. And It was
further agreed at said meeting, that Ren 11.
Poyntz, Secretary and Troasurer of said
Poyntz Drethcrs Company, be and he was au
thorized te make proper acknowledgment of
said change of nume before the Clerk of Ma Ma
eon County Court, and cause same te be pub
lished and recorded as required by law.
HEN D. POYNTZ.
Sccrctaru and Trcaturqr of Poyntz llret. Ce.
State or Kentucky, .,
Masen County. s
I. T. M. Pearce Clerk of the Ceuntv Cenrt
for the county and state aforesaid, de certlfy
that the foregoing instrument of writing was
this day produced te me In said county and
acknowledged by Hen II. Poyntz, n party
thereto, te be their act nnd deed.
Given under my hand und seal of ofDce this
29th day of April, 1H. .
T. M. PEARCE. Clerk,
IlyJ.C. Levol, D. C.
State or Kentucky, I ,.,.
Masen County. s"'
I.T. M. Pearce Clerk of the County Court
for the county and state aforesaid, de .certify
that the foregoing Instrument of writing was
this day received in royelllco nnd ledged for
record, whereupon the Bnme. toirether with
this and the foregoing certificate, hath been,
duly recorded In my efllce
Given under my hud this April 30th, S91.
T. M. PEARCE, Clerk,
Uy J. C. Level, O. C.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO '-'
OK MAYSVILLE, KY.
AitT. I. He It known that William H. Cox,
Themas A. Davis, W. 11. Wadsworth, Jr., Sam
uel T. Hickman, A. M. J. Cochran, M. C. Rus
sell, Geerge L. Cox and Allen A. Edmonds,
have this day associated themselves togethor
and become Incorporated under and by vlrtue
of Chapter Mef the Gcncrul Statutes or the
Stutc of Kentucky as The Publle Lcdger Com
pany nnd by that name shall sue nnd be sued,
contract and be contracted with, nnd shall have
porpetual succession nnd a common seal, with
power te alter same at pleasure
Aiit. 2. The capital stock of said Corpora
tion shall be f.l.UJO, divided into shares of
$10 each, and the same shall be transfera
ble by written assignment en the certificate,
and when transferred the cortltlcate for same
shall be surrendered te the Company and can
celed, und new ones issued In lleu thereof.
Aiit. 3. This Corporation is organized for
the puriose or publishing a newspaper In tbe
city of Maysville. nnd distributing the same
throughout the state of Kentucky, and forthe
carrying en of n general nowspaper business
in snld city and state.
Aut. 4. The principal plaeoef business of
said Corporation shall be at Maysville. Ky.
The capital stee of suld Corporation may be
Increased at it meeting of the stockholders
(theso holding a majority of the stock assent
ing thereto) te any sum net exceeding $10,- -000.
This C'oiiKiratlen may organlze when
300 shares or its stock is subscribed. Stock
may be paid for In money or equivalent nt bd
agreed contract prlce, and uny stock net sub
scribed for may be sold rrem tlme te tlme,
as the Directors may direct and authorize
and the certltlcutes et stock shall be signed by
the President and Secretary, and the corpo cerpo corpe
rato seal shall be u Mixed te sumo.
Aut. 5. The Corporation shull le managed
by a Directory or nve persons who shall be
elected unnually nt the Cempanv's office In
Maysville, Ky., en the 1st Monday In March or
each year. lr, for uny reason, there should
net be an election held ut the time fixed, tbe
Directors In olllce shall contlnue as such until
thelr successors are elected and qualified.
Aht. U. The Directors shall oheoso rrem
thelr number n President and Vice-President,
and from sald-number or the stockholders a
Sccretary and Treasurer, or, If they see fit,
they may combine these two officers Inte one
They shall elect an Editor, and may elect a
assistant te the Editor, both or whose duties
and teuiire or effice they inuy fix nnd pro pre
scribe by by-laws or the Company, which by
laws a majority or the Directors may adept
for thomunagcinentof the Cempnny'SMiiralre.
Aut. 7. The Company shall net lneur an
Indebtedness exceeding, In the aggregate, at
any ene tlme, n sum equal te ene-halt or the
enpltnl stock paid fh.
Aht. 8. The prlvute property or the stock- i
holders or this Company shull be exempt '?
from all debts or liabilities of tbe Cerpera- ffij
At. . The Corporation shall begin when ,
ii sunn uhvu ergunizeu, as provmed rer herein, .,
mm sunn uinuiiiuu ua lung us may 1)0 UOCCB- vi:
In witness whereof, thn until InnnrAnA,.-.. i'fltW'
have hereunto set thelr bauds this 10th day of $' :" I
March .1892. - faft. i'
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8, T. UlCKUAN, AMKX A, EUMOWDS.
' Masen Ceanty. 'fvcl f,
I, T. M. lVmce, Clerk or the County Courts
that the foregoing Artloleof Incorporation
1 he Plllilfe Idvur Ce. wil. im Murnh in n
i ur in miuni mm niHiiintoresnia.ue certify
piodueed te ii e In said county, nnd aoknewl-ri
edged by s Id Themas A. Davis. William H. l
T.nimnerin, JrB.T, IIIOKinan, M. T
Grergw L. Cox and Allnii a. va.
te be thwlr act and d-ed. and ORjfJi,
ITJ. tllli,Unin WMft llu-llln rnMwlin&r k T
loknewledued bv A. II. .1. fivtimi, 'vjii J'!
M l'U HIP UL'l H7 UCta. Hnil IfUllrrNl rn.1ann.il'
vhoreupen the same together with this eer- -'A
tirlcate hnth been duly recorded In my efflee: '
Given uudeiiny hand this 14lh day or Mareh.
T. M. PRARdE. Clerk!
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