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flK, DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY
M;- THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO.
WiixiAm II. Ce. Them am A. Davis,
WILLIAM n.VADWOKTH, Jr.,
Scrtary and Trtaturer.
Themas A. Davis Editor amt Manager.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
William n. Cox, M. C. IU'ssf.ll,
A. it. J. Cecwban, W. II. Waduwerth, Jr..
Themas A. Davis.
nWRTCVPPiMte Ztdptr Building, Xe. 10 Eait
IAT HI K1JU ntra strut. , . "', , .
One Year .......... ....... . S3 00
Mix Menth... . ....... 1 30
Three Menth. 73
DELIVERED BY CARRIER.
Per Menth ... 3 CenU
Parable te carrier at end of month.
Advertising rates uniform and reason
able and made, knetcn en application at
IN HOC SIGNO VINCES.
Toe can bet your cast-off Winter
shoes that it will be either Ben. Harri
son or Honest Jehn Sherman. This is
The Ledger's prediction.
Steel cotton ties, better than the im
ported, upon which the old duty was 35
per cent, (about $11 a ten) and the new
duty is $33 60 a ten, are new selling nt
$14 80 a ten of 2240 pounds. This Is
lower than they ever before sold in this
country, either under low or no duty.
According te the Tariff-tax theory, they
wenld'seil at $11 20 If the Free Cotten
Tie 'bill passed. That would be just
about $1 less than the present abnormally
low price of Bessemer pig iron in Lon Len Lon
eon, Where would the wages for turn
ing the pig iron into cotton ties come
In? Would the men have te work for
nothing 'tinder a free' cotton tie law?
The Republicans, with the aid of some
progressive Democrats, all under the
leadership of Representative Caldwell
of Ohie, ;scored a great victory ever Chair
man Helman, of the Appropriations Com
mittee, and Representative "Blount,
during he fight ever the Posteiflce ap
propriation bill. The- contest was en
Mr. BLOUNT'd motion te reduce the
amount paid all railroad companies for
carrying the- malls ten per cent, making
a cut. of $2,500,000. This, while unjust
te 'the!lralfrdad companies, would have
resulted' fn4great injury 'te the fast mall
service of the country. Mr. Blount's
motion wtis defeated by a vote of 57 for'
the" amendment te 155 against it.
The Census Bureau has issued a bul
letin' en the subject bf assessed-valuation
of property in the United States in I80O.
Should it be found, upon the completion
of ihe Inquiry In relation te the true:
value of all property in the United.
Station; that the same relation exists ia
18W between1 the assessed valuation add
tbe.'trttt Valuation as existed in 1680,-
tfee absolute wealth of tne United States,
ftMMilipg -tfe Jlw eleventh census, may
fee wMskUd at $,613,e00,000p -ere
. Mm"1n WiW&DlU in'
, ifcttt jjte'ki W0, BeV,
L4T'' . J"-, Mr
The Southern Confederacy steed upon
two important beWcrntlc planks Sla
very and Free-trade. Ne proof Is needed
te establish iiie sinfulness of the former,
and the following extract will show hew
the latter cheapened the necessities of
Raleiph (JV. 0.) Confederate, April 7th,
-KCJ. Our market, en the arrival of the
Welden train en yesterday, became ever
stocked with 6haur they went oil slowly
at ?50 per pair.
In the local news columns of The
Courier-Journal appears an article
Dir i'evr coal sew.
The rrtcc U Half a Cent Lewrr Than it Ha
Been for Yearn.
and the C.-J. scribe gees in te ndvise
his readers te lay in a geed supply.
This has reference solely te bitumi
nous coal, en which there is a Tariff of
75 cents a ten, or nearly three cents a
But the C.-J. man says net a word
about anthracite coal, which recently
advanced in price, and which is en the
In the next Electoral College there
will be 444 votes, and the number ne
cessary te elect will be 223. In the last
Electoral College, which had 401 votes,
the Republicans had 233 and the Demo
crats 168. If the Republicans de only
as well this year as they did in 1883
they will have enough votes te elect and
10 te spare. But the states which are
counted as sure Republican give them
but 157, and in order te elect they must
get 66 of the 134 votes of the states
which are counted as doubtful, they be
ing Connecticut, Indiana, Iowa, Massa
chusetts, Michigan, Mentana, New Hamp
shire, New Jersey, New Yerk, West Vir
ginia and Wisconsin. But Iowa, Massa
chusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire and
Wisconsin are likely te go Republican,
and they will give 58 of the 66 required,
and with C6nnecticut and West Virginia,
or Indiana, or New Yerk, the party will
be all right.
MASON COUNTY COURT MATTERS.
Gleanings Frem the Pages of Hen. Themas
K. l'liister's Daily Decket.
William B. Mathews was made admin
istrator of James Stewart, Sr., with C.
D. Newell as surety.
The annual report of the Steny Hellew
Turnpike Company was received as
Cash received from gate $103 59
Cash paid gatekeeper $20 80
Cash paid for repairs 83 00
Cash paid en debt 44 70
The Knights of 8t. Jehn meet new
every Tuesday evening Instead of the
first Tuesday in each month as formerly.
The Ledebr wants all the news; but
as obituary resolutions arc net of general
interest, they are charged for at ten
cents a line.
William A. James of Louisville es
caped from two mobs at Lebanon Sun
day, and at midnight was being pursued
by a third. Desertion of his dying wife
caused the anger of the people
The Cecelia Mannercher of Cincinnati,
constituted an excursion party which
carae up en the St. Lawrence. They
arrived at Maysville about four o'clock,
yesterday and stayed about one hour.
General Nelsen A. Miles is well
pleased with the bicycle experiments be
has made in connection with army tac
tics. A corps of scouts en wheels can
cover mere ground 'at much less' expense
than the same number of men en horses.
Near Seuth Carrollton, a negre ex
cursion train from Owensboro collided
with the Northbound passenger train en
the Owensboro and Nashville Railroad,
and the fireman of the excursion train
and three negrees, were killed. Twenty
five ether persons were Injured. The col
lision was caused by ihe failure of the
excursion train te read a new time-card
A committee of the following ladies
will receive at the Public Library
'specimens of art leaned for the exhibit at,
that building, beginning June Oth and
cenllnufng .through (his and probably
sdxt week. The ladies named will care
fully prescrve and see-that all specimens
re returned te their owners 'at 'the dote
h( thfe aieplay.
Umbers' eNh committee r HUs'SeUtf
BiMartMlM'FMRle JlferbewerV Mm.
ItBV. C. 8. Lucas .wilLlecture at the
Christian Church ttFnlfcliV at 8 o'clock.
Subject " Ears' Admission 10 cents.
Thkiik nre fifty or mero cases of small
pox in Ohie and West Vlr&riln townships
along the Ohie rivciv ftriuMhe Beards of
Health of both states have adopted rules
The Chesapeake and Ohie hns begun te
build a branch from Gauley, W. Va., up
the river of the same name. This line
will be continued up Cherry river, until
It reaches Aldcrsen, en the main line.
The annual display of art by the
pupils of llayswced will take place in
the chapel this evening where the work
of the year will be en exhibition. Friends
of the pupils, levers of nrt and the public
generally are invited te be present at any
time between the hours of 7:30 p. m. and
and 10 p. m.
p.. m ii
WilLiam Griffith, colored, was
driving in the Fifth Ward last night,
when he cot tee close te the street car.
The motorman rang his gong, when
Griffith's horse "squatted" en the track.
The car struck the buggy and dislocated
a few Joints, but the driver and horse
The case of Colonel Jehn McLced
against the city of Louisville for 80,000
for services as en expert in the examina
tion of the Water Company's books two
years age, was decided Saturday, the
plaintiff getting $2,750. There were two
ether experts who put in the same bill,
but have net brought suit.
At the meeting of Friendship Ledge
Ne. 42, D. R., last night, these officers
were elected for the ensuing term:
N. G. Mrs. Maggie Powell.
V. G. Mrs. Margaret Schwartz.
Secretary Mrs. Lizzie Huff.
Treasurer Miss Leu Pewling.
Three new members were admitted by
Maurice Wilsen, a well-known young
man of Parkland, was horribly mutilated
by a ferocious Newfoundland deg. His
eyes were tern from their sockets, his
cheeks were tern almost off, and if he sur
vives the injuries he will be blind and
scarred for life. It was while talking te
a young lady en the front perch of her
home that the accident occurred.
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Old I'etnt Comfert Exmrslen.
Maysville te Old Point and return via
C. and O. Railway, June 12th and 18th,
one fare for the round trip, $15. Tickets
geed en regular trains. Thirty days limit.
Tourist tickets new en sale te all C.
and O. Bummer resorts. Lew rate tickets
geed returning until October 31st.
Jehn Htttlfk Xet Strloetljr Injured.
The many friends of Jehn Hettick in
this city will be glad te learn that the re
ports in the Cincinnati papers-, of the
horrible accident which befell him were
grossly exaggerated. His friend, Fred.
W. Bauer of this city, who has been at
his bedside at his home in Covington, re
ports his condition as net at all serious.
The only bones broken are in the wrist.
of the right arm, and the hand of the
same arm is slightly mashed. The calf of
his right 'g is also considerably bruised.
Beyond these injuries and a few miner
cuts and bruises about the body, he Is all
right, and the conclusion of his friends
and physicians, is that he will be up and
about In a, short time,
The report concerning Charles Hughes,
the ether Maysville man who was Se
badly hurt at the Ciricinnlti Water Works"
a few days, age, nre net se favorable.
His condition at last accounts was most
We'rc'Klgbt Olid He Did.
W. R. Williams, a .young man from
New Yerk, who was recently iutreduced
into geed soclety there, was turned out
of the Leuisville Hetel because he did
net pay his beard bill. The manager
saw an article in a Cincinnati paper,
which stated that Williams attempted te
beat the Burnet Heuse there, and that his
wardrobe was held for $400 debt. This
caused the Cashier te present Williams's
bill, and as he laid he could net pay it
his tallse is new being held for the
nmeuht, If Williams had been an .hon
est, plainly-dressed workingman, he
.couldn't hiive gotten a fiftycint meal at
either One of these betels' without paying
for )t in. advance; but as he were geed
clothes, .for which he ewes the QMncJn.
riatl tailors bad a slick teagde and preb-
ably'inicked cbbcs and dgaritt, he was
HeaId by Reined - "satiety" find
Presiflenti&f ateipaiffn of
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THE PUBLIC LEDGEE.
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interesting and exciting in the history of the United States, and ccunry pcople will
be extremely nnxieus te novo nil the GENERAL and POLITICAL NEWS nnd.dif nnd.dif
cussiens of the day as presented in a National journal, in ndditien te that supplied
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THE PUBLIC LEDGER,
: ? MAYSVILLE, KY.
We have just received an invoice of these goods-at greatly reduced prices.
An elegant Ecru Curtain, 3i yds. Jeng, worth S3, at SI 05 per pair.
S4- Curtains at S3 per pair.
S5 Curtains at St per pair.
NOW IS THE SEASON FOR
We are showing some very desirable goods at 75 cts.. SI, SI 25, SI 50 and S2.
Better values have never been received for the money.
Ne. 51 WElST SECOND STREET.
Maysville Carriage Company,
Manufactuiieiis and Dealehs in
A FINE LINE OP
Alse Agents feu the
Deeriner Harvesting Machinery.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS,
And Housekeeping Goods Generally Always en Hand
THOS. J. OUEISrQ'W'.HlTia:.
. r ii f( t , l
Tinware, Tin hoofing,
JOB WOBK OF ALL KINDS xecuted 'in the
GKNWOOD'S .. PATNT S
Latest in WAlflj PAPER. Liiresfc Quantity, lowest "Prices."
CAN SUIT ANYBODY. FAINTS, 01L9, VABNIMjiM. WEIGAIIT BLOCK. ,
L. 0. BLATTEBMAN. OLDEST HOUSE IN THE CITY. W. F. FOVKB.
BLATTERMAN & POWER,
80.1 AOETJTS H)l
'MILLER'S MONITOR RANQES,
MANTEES, STOVES, MEATUS, 'JOB' 0gBAM 'FJtBMRS,
'.ttetflWfert, Wh(ntfWMrriHl. WriVieU u4'ktM toeeMtlei. ..ftp jriU'iwt. f v
jfeuS&ftM.' jMiiraftriteed fm titrtfntrt. T)ntllwf, fluttwliuf und. mi
28 m'WWi!B&m$1W& JtfAYSVIJL15;y
DROWNING & CO,
FANCY ami STAPLE
Guttering and Spouting.
best manner, ,
;i ,i m '
I ,-. 1
( TT Wni&fnnlr afill tiKva, '-
Tviit. vvivlrkw anil nnn'f. 'f JH
,U , VXJ XX, , ,. VVV V .
last long. '-?'
The terrible stab of Finesteck at
Henry OrCa store brings Its natural re
sults. Stock Is going fast. Lew prices
lower the stock se rapidly thai it can't
last long, and theso Who have resolved '
te take advantage of this extraordinary
opportunity should- suit the action te,
the word, and buy, at once.
This Stab Has Bled
Profits te Death
and prices are new nothing but a skele
ton which any purse can wrestle with.
Come and try it.
HENEY OET, .
Ne. 11 East Second St., Maysville, Ky.
MONUMENTAL, STATUARY i
AND CEMtTEBY WOBK, -
In (Irantie and Marble. '
M. R. aiLMORE,
108 W. Second Btbkkt, MAYSVILLE, KY.
itiTFroestniie Hull Jlng Werk, Sidewalks, &c, At
Mere Speed, Better Individuals and Breeding,
for Less Meney, than any Farm.
Sire of seven from 2:1 9 W te 2:30,
tiyGco.Wllkes,2:ai,slreof eighty irr
!:30: dam Hosa, by Itoscee, son of
Pilet, Jr. TERMS, -$50 cash at
tlme of service, with -return prlv prlv
lege, ertTS te Insure.
Hy Alcyene, 2:'J7, sire of twenty
live In 3:iW; dam lady Carr, dam of
Ambassador, 2:S14, Mary S.. 2:2S,
by American Clay. .TEllSlS, $50 te
lly Egbert, slre of flfty-twe In 2:30:
dam Laura, clam of Egg Het (three-year-eldl.
1:82M, Knight Templar,
2::t2, by Hilly Adams, son of Almont.
TKHMS, 25 te insure. .
lly Alcantara, 2:23, slre of fifty In
2:30, first dam by Sir Walklll, sec
ond dam by Kentucky Prince.
TERMS, $10 cash by season, or tIS
53r78end for Catalogue
JAS. m -'MTSmmAIM
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO.
or MA8VIU,E. KV.
Am. 'I. Ile It known that William H. Cox,
Themas A. Davis, W. H. Wadswertb. Jr., Sam
uel T. Hickman, A. M. J. Cochran, M. C. Hus
eell, Gcergu L. Cox and Allen A. Edmonds,
have .this day associated thomselvos togetber
nnd becotne Incorporated under and by-virtue-of
Chapter Mef Uie General, Statutes or the
State of Kentucky as The Publle Ledger Com
pany and by that name shall sue-and be sued,
contract and be contracted with, anifshall have-
perpetual succession and a common seal, with
power te alter same at pleasure.
AnT. 2. The capital stock of said Cerpera.
Hen shall be I5.0U0, divided Inte shares of
f 10 each, and the same shall be transfera
ble by written assignment en the certificate,
and when transferred the certificate for same
shall be surrendered te the Company aud can
celed, and new ones issued In lieu thereof,
AnT. 3. This Corporation Is organized for
the purpese of publishing a.newspaper in the
city of Maysville. and distributing the same
throughout the state of Kehtu'c'ky, and for the
carrying en of a general .newspaper business
In said city and state.
'Aiit.4. The principal place of business of ,
said 'Corpdratien shall be rit Maysville, Ky.
The capital stetft of said Corporation maybe
increased at a meeting of the stockholders,
(these heldlnir-u majority-of the-steck assent
ing there,tp) te any.'sum net -exceeding .$10,
(WO. This Corporation may organize when.
300 shares or its stock la subscribed. Stock;
'may be paid for in money or equivalent at an
agreed contracfprlee, and any stock net sub
scribed Jur may be old from time te time,
aS'thelllrectdfsar direct tand Uutherlre,
and, the pqrtlUcates of stock ehiill be algned by
tbe President 'and 'Secretary, and the corpo
rate' senl'Mialli be affixed te same.
Aht. 6. The Corporation shall be managed
by a Directory of five persons who shall be-
elected annually at the Company's office in
cacti year, If, for any reason, there should
net be-an election held at the' time fixed, the
Directors in office shall continue as such until
their successors are eU.'cted and quMlfled.
AnT. H. "The nirectbrs shall cheese from
their number a President and Vlco-Presldont.
and from eald number or the stockholders a
KSecretary and Treasurer, eri If 'they- tee-fit,
iney may coraein" tnese rwe omeers into ene.
They shall elect an Editerand may eleet ar
assistant te the EdlWr. both of whose duties
and tenure nf offleultboy muy fix and pre
scribe by by-laws or the, Company, which by
laws a majority of the Directors may adept
for the management of the Company 'satralr8.
Akt.,7. Thq Company shall net Incur an
indebtedness exceeding, In the aggregate,' at
unyone ttraeu sum equal 'te one-halfof the
capital stock paid in,,
Aut. 8. The private 'property of the1 stock
holders of this Company shall be exempt
from all debts or liabilities of the Corporation.-
Aut. 9. The Corporation shall begin when
It shall have erganised, as provided for herein.
'and shall continuous tdng as may be-neces
sary, acceruing te law.
In witness whereel. the said Itioernoratore.
have herounte'set thelrhandi this 10th day of
March, JMtt.. -
Svilli'am Jl. Cox, A. M. J. Cecmun,
TlIOUAR A. DAV1H, M. C. IIUSSELL,
w. H. Wadbwehth, Jr., Gee. L. Cor,
B. Tv Hickman, allkn a. Edmonds.
STATB Of KPNTUCKT, I e,,
Masen County. ( DCl
m I, T. M. Prarce, Clrk of the County Court
for tun county ami taiaareresuld, de certify
that the foregoing Artlcloef Incorporation of '
Tbo'HuUleLMgerCt.-WHrtn 'March 1. lm,
predyqedtq.mlniStU eeumy.and aokuawl aekuawl
edgedV slid Theaaas A..rDavl Vllllara;H.
XOt wm nv.aAfiirvirniinLn,
. BuswU. OMrgeli. Cox and Alien A.Bd
'rnendt eaeli te be lblr act and dced,and en
March II, ihw, tketatae was ainln mpredueet
te meandaeknewMaed by A. M. J.Coehran
te b ki $iei tM t4tv4 a4 ;lotfel- for reeenl,
Hh thia nr-
pkurtd by, the bepifaj lie rvA
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