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p'Hen., Adlai E. Stevenson, of 111-
,; V! neis, the Nominee
Fr.finv firnt; Mnrsn nnrl Mitchell.
h a . "-' , I"7 "
Oe. Hele Decline te Accept Sfireutl
I'lacit A IMoTement te Shut Out the
V Uiiwlln'c Moh of Speculator! Which
Attend All Nutlenal Convert tlnnt.
Ciucaoe, Juuu St. At 2:&5p tn., Chairman
Wilsen called ihe convention te order, and
prayer wan offered by ihe Rev. Thes Green, at
Tlicthalriruu Gentlemen of the Convention,
i' ', the next business befere the convention will be
,', ' the nomination of a candldate for tbc ofuce of
& ' 'vlcu president of the United Slates (Cheers.)
The chair will new direct the clerk te call the
roll of the suites for nominations for that office
On motion of Gov. Perter, of Tennessee noroi neroi norei
natlng speeches were limited te live minutes
each, and seconding speeches te two minutes
each, and the roll was proceeded wlUi.
When the clerk called Arkansas, Mr Ferdyce
stated that Arkansas desired te waive the right
to-nemlnatc.ln favor of Indiana The chairman
tncu Introduced Jehn E. Lamb, of Indiana,
who placed In nomination cx-Gev. Isaae P Gray,
When Colerado was reaihed It yielded Its
place te Illinois, and Mr. Nicholas U Worth Werth
lugtnn, of Illinois, advanced te the platform and
made the nominating speech In favor of lien.
Adlaf U. Stevenson, of Illinois.
Connecticut and Idaho seconded Gray nom
ination. When Iowa was called there were cries of
"Heles, Heles." The cries brought Hen. J. IL
Shields, of Kansas, te his feet "Iowa has said
that she has no candidate," he said. "I wish te
say It Is Gov. Deles' wish, united wtth the wish
f . ' Ul HID ui:C.lllUU iruui JUWJ, 1UJI UC UU UUI.
iCr.S Dominated or named as a candidate for the vlce-
prcsldcncy in this convention." (Applause)
Hen T. Scott, of the same statu, seconded the
nomination of ex-Gov. Gray, of Indiana.
Mr J S. Knca, responding te the call of Ken
turky, seconded the nomination of Stevenson.
"I support Illinois' candidate," satd Mr Ithea,
"because I understand he ts n democrat who
bclteves that te the victor belongs the spoils.
(Great applause) Because he believe further
that there arc honest and competent men
enough In the democratic party te fill all the
efUccs (chcers), and I warrant the assertion
that, If he be placed In this high posltleu, mug
wumps and republicans will stand no quarter
at his hands."
I'fl'i. 't. cuwaru i', mil prcscmcu iuiciukju s caw
.& IT aldatc Allen II. Merso. chief IihiIcc of the
Gov l-'lower, speaking for New Yerk, said his
fitutc lwd no candidate te present.
North Carolina seconded the nomination of
Gen. Stevenson, of Illinois, In the person of Mr.
Ellas Kepc, as one appropriate for the second
V position upon the tleket, "because," said Mr.
". Kepo, "It Is In recognition of his valiant ser
,. vices upon the battle-tleld In defense of this In
dissoluble union of ours."
Mr. Cunningham, of Tennessee, the rcprcsen-
tatlve of the delegation of that state seconded
the nomination of Isaac P Gray In a brief
; ' speech.
Texas also seconded the uomlnatlen of Stev
. ensen, of Illinois.
Vermont seconded the nomination of Isaae P.
Virginia seconded Ocn. Stovenson, Washing
ton that of Gray.
When the state of Wisconsin was c tiled tbe
veterans Gen. Edwin S Hragg was put forward
by his delegation te commute Jehn V Mitchell,
the millionaire railroad man and member of
, Ne response was heard from Wyoming,
Alaska, Arltena or the District of Columbia.
Te the call of New Mexico, J S Heldcr sec
onded the nomination "of oneof the best men
and truest democrats In all this world," tsaae
P. Oray, of Indiana.
Oklahoma seconded Stevenson Utah had no
candidate te present, and the chairman of In In
dlan,Tcrrltery declared "at present e are net'
In It." Mr W r Vandlvcl, of Georgia, en be-
half of the soldiers of the south seconded
the nomination of Judge Merse, of Michigan. '
Mr. J IL King, of Alabama, also seconded
tile nomination of "the one-armed liure of Mis
sionary Kldgc." (Applause )
The" chairman Gentlemen, four names have
been presented te the convention as candidates
ler the nomination for the vice presidency
They arc the names of the Hen. Isaac P Oray,
"of Indiana; the Hen. Adlal U. Stevenson, of
Illinois; the namoef Hen Allen D Merso, of
Michigan; the name of the Hen Jehn L.
Mitchell, of Wisconsin. The secretary of the
convention (Ul new call the roll of states and
rccclve the votes of each delegation.
As the ballet proceeded It was evident that
the two strongest candidates were Gray
and Stevenson, and the adherents of each alter
nated with their yells as their favorite candi
date showed up with the highest number of
Totes from the state delegations.
The ballet, befere any changes were made,
resulted as follews:
Alabama Merse, 22.
Arkansas Gray, la
California Gray, Bj Stevenson. &
Colerodo Stevenson, 8
Delaware Mone, 8.
Flerida Oray 2; Stevenson, S
Georgia-Merse. 10; Gray, 0, Stevenson. 7
ldah.0 Oray, a
Illinois Stevenson, 48
Indiana Gra v. M
Iowa Watlcrsnn, 20.
Kansas Gray, SO.
Kentucky Gray. 13. Stevrnen. 12. Mitch
Louisiana Stevenson. IS.
Maine-Gray, 4; Stevenson, 7; absent t
Maryland Gray, I i;t Stevenson, 4.
Massachusetts Mers,. Gray.5. Stevenson. CO
Michigan Merse, 28.
Minnesota Gray, 18.
Mississippi Merse, 1. Gray, 9. Stevenson 8
Missouri Merse, 8; Gray, 18, Stevenson 16
Mentana Tree, I; Cockran, 5.
Nebraska Gray, b; Stevenson. eV Mitchell, 5
New. Hampshire Stevenson, 8
New Jersey Gray, 19; Stevenson, I
New Yerk Stevenson, 72.
North Carolina-Stevenson, 2.
North paketa-Oray, 8,
Ohie-Gray, ' Stevenson, 33, Mitchell. 4
Oregan Orny, 8.
Pepnsylvanla Oray, 84
Rhede Island Gray, 8.
Pieulh Carolina Stevenson, 13
Seuth Dakota Oray, !: Stevenson. 4; Mitch
Tennessee Moras, Is Oray, It: Stevenson, 8;
Texas Gray, I: Stevenson. C8.
Vermont Gray, 8,
Virginia Stevenson, SI
' West Virginia Merse, 4. Gray, 4; Steven
!, son, 4.
Wyoming Mitchell, 6.
Alaska Stevenson, t; Mitchell, I
Arltena Gray, I; S,tcvcBen. S
DlstrtotefColumbia-Stevcnson, I, Mitchell, I,
New ,Mcxtce-,Cray, &', Stevenson, I
Oklahoma Stevenson S.
Utah Merse, I; Oray, I.
, Indian TirrHteryOraT, 2.
J H Shields, of Iowa-Mr. Chairman, at tbe
request pi wel vpicrBen, or Kentucky, Iowa
withdraws her 58 votes, and Iowa withes the
vote changed te 28 wotcsrfer Stevenson.
Mentana, Nebraska, Nevada, Ohie, Missouri.
Georgia. Tennessee, Kentucky and Oregon each
in turn changed te Stevenson.-
Texas came te (be front Immediately there
afUTwiih ?Q TP.tei.selid, for Stevcrycn.
Confusion became q gre for aiw tbat the
thilr refusal te listen te or recerp,KanY?'the
At tei point a tall resricrih a verr blaVk
l;ea.rdiheut4 louder -mn ,u ihe test and all
,rifJfi!h? rt,eJiWiJ e the chairman
The ChalB)Swb4t lne nlmc el tDe tcn.
The speaker sold bit mm was "Hehl, of
Mr. Dehl, of Ohie I move that the rules be
luspended and that Otn. Adlal E. Stevenson be
nominated by acclamation.
Loud applause greeted mis motion and the
delegates all ever the ball seemed Impatient
that the Question he pat In tbc midst of the
excitement Mr. HcmcI of Pennsylvania, who
was stanUIng en the platform In front of the
presiding officer, seconded the motion.
The Chairman The lien. Adlal E Stevenson,
of Illinois, having already received morn than
two-thirds of the veto of this convention, it is
moved by Mr Uehl, of Ohie, and seconded by
Mr. Heniel, of Pennsylvania, that the rules be
suspended and he declared by acclamation the
nominee of this convention for vice-president.
All in favor of that motion will say aye.
A great chorus of ayes greeted thts Invitation
of the chair, .and the chair at once declared the
motion unanimously adopted.
The band -played "Bail te .the Chief," and
there was a universal bowl from the crowd,
which, however, did net last long. Somebody
scattered a let of the new Graver Cleveland
"Wang" baby song, and tbe Stevenson banner
was raised by tic Illinois delegation. Delegates
all ever the Soot were up en top of their chairs.
The band started te play tbe new Grevcr Cleve
land campaign song, but It wm stepped by a
flood of miner resolutions.
Gen. Cellins new relinquished the chair and
taking the rostrum ipelw and in a short address
asked the convention te pass tbe following res res res
oluteon: A great howl of pretest went up from the gal
leries against the last clause of the resolution,
and the cries or "Ne, no," from the galleries in
teruptcd the speaker for a tr.inute.
Continuing, Gen. Cellins t .d "Hut pardon
me. you arc here solely by our courtesies."
There was a demand from the delegates for
a call of the roll of states en the resolution, in
which demand Ocn. Cellins Joined Great con
tusion reigned ut this Juncture throughout the
convention A falling arc light almost precipi
tated a panic.
At length the convention proceeded with Its
The chairman recognized Mr Hcusrlrrf Penn
sylvania, who said:
Mr Chairman I think it must be -apparent
te all the delegates here that even a roll-call of
the states can net new be taken with the delib
eration necessary te tbe proper proceedings of
this convention, I therefere move you that the
resolution of Oen Cellins be referred te the
National committee, with en ofllrmallve recom
mendation, and with power te act,
The chairman put the motion te the conven
tion, and It was carried. After the resolutions
of thanks were adopted, Mr llussrll, of Mis
souri, arose and said:
I move that thts convention de new adjourn
The Chairman Mr. KussclL of Missouri,
moves that this convention docs new adjourn
Bine dle, and tbe chair, thanking the convention
for Its kindness te himself, and asking Its In
dulgence for lack of capaciay te perform the
duties of the oflleo, hereby declares tbe conven
tion adjourned slne dle.
Great cheering ensued, and the band played,
"America," the audience Joining In tbe chorus
as they slowly moved out. The time of adjourn
ment was 5:17 p. m.
Tbey Prnrulse a Visiting Crowd of Eight
Thousand or Mqrn.
Cincinnati, June 24. The promoters
of the prohibition convention, te be held
here the coining week, arc enthusiastic
for the success of the movement, and
are premising an inllux of something
like eight thousand delcgatcs, but
a conservative judgment will fix the
figures somewhat lewer down.
Arrangements are progressing at the
grand hotel for reception of the dele
gates te the prohibition convention.
Already some two hundred have re
served quarters. Among tbcm is Mr.
Samuel Dickey, of New Yerk, chairman
of the national committee. Then there
is the Michigan delegation, twenty-flve
In number; Miss Iligclew and party,
who take twenty-five rooms for Massa
chusetts; L. II. Walker, of Chicago, and
the Illinois delegation; James Lament
and wife, of Indiana.
At the Burnet house errangemente
have been made for New Yerk's delega
tion of 100, from Pennsylvania ISO, New
Jersey 00, and a few from Tennessee,
Massachusetts and Wisconsin. Prom
inent among these visitors will be
James Hlack, of Lancaster, Pa.; It. J.
White, chairman of the New Jersey
delegation; Francis E. Baldwin, chair
man of the crowd from New Yerk;, II.
D. Patteu, chairman of" the Pennsyl
vania delegation. ,. k
Emery college, at Oxford, Ga., will
send up a group in charge of Ili' A.
The Hetel Emery is making room for
the District of Columbia and Oklahoma
delegations. About two hundred prom prem
ised. At the Palace Indiana. Wisconsin,
Missouri, Minnesota, Mentana, Seuth
Dakota, Washington, West Virginia.
Germans Defeated la Africa,
Ukhmn, June ii4. Official advices re
ceived here from Dar-es-Saleam, con
firm the reports of the disaster that
befell the German force under, the com
mand of Ilaren Ven Eulew. Baren Ven
Bulow recently ordered all the English
missionaries te leave the Mechi terri
tery in East Africa, "as Jiejnuflj8j0
attack and if neccssaryoxterrainato the
Mechi tribe. The attempt te enforce
this policy resulted disastrously te the
German forces, for the Mechls have
practically exterminated the whites.
An Old Illinois Law.
Washington, June 2a Representa
tive Davis, of Kansas, claims te have
discovered a law upon the old statue
books of Illinois, prohibiting the sale
of liquor within two miles of a county
fair. If there exists sueh a law, tem
perance, advocates have only te enforce,
it te prevent the sale of liquor at the
big fair. ' ,
Hew Spain Settles a Telegraph Strike.
MAUitm, June 34. The, government
has decided in view of the confusion
and delay in official and private busi
ness arising from the strike of telegraph
operators, te dismiss all the civilians be
longing te the telegraph staff, Hence
forth all the telegraphing in Spain will
be done by military, operators,
m Cholera Opreailliifr.
Londen, June 34. The cholera epi
demic in Persia is spreading te the prov
inces bordering en the Caspian sea.
Several cases of cholera have also oc
curred, at "Baku, en the Russian shere of
the Caspian sea,
VT. An Awful Trlplp Tragedy.
BuuiiNOiiAU, la., J dnc 24. At neon
Thursday Gus. Kr&nt'n ira frenzy, shot
ills metner-in-iaw, cut nis wiies uireai
and. attempted suicide by .cutting his
own threat and taking Jtolsen. All
three are in a critical condBlen.
Kdller Killed Ily Cars.
Ciucaoe, Junq24. Jeh A. Hall, el
Dener's. Greve, editor and manager et
the Switchmen's JeurnaU was accident
illy killed by the cars ai St, Leuis.
WHY HE LOST.
Anti-Cleveland Men Wreak Ven Ven
geance en Gov. Gray
Because the Indiana Delegates Cast
Their Vetes in Faver of Cleveland.
The Kinplre .State and the Prarurle State
Clasped Hands Through the Interven
tion of , lien. Wm. M. Springer and
Camcd Stevenson's Nomination.
Ciucaoe, June 24. The democracy of
the nation named the presidential can
didate, but it remained te Tammany
Hall, of New Yerk, te name the candi
date for vice presidency. Illinois,
the state whose forty-eight votes at the
critical stage turned the tide In favor of
the nomination of Cleveland, and New
Yerk, the state in the face of whose
pretest the great popular leader was
named for the presidency, clasped
hands Thursday through the interven
tion of the Hen. William M. Springer,
of Illinois, and tha bends of friendship
besweeu the Empire and Prairie states
were cemented by the nomination of
Adlai E. Stevenson for vice-president
When the day opened all was in doubt
as te the selection of a candidate for
Every delegate that was Wednesday
Identified with the oppestion te Orevcr
Cleveland was found te he arrayed In
an even mere vehement opposition tu
the candidacy of Isaac P. Gray, of In
diana. There was a general desire en
the part of these dlsconselates te wreak
vengeance en the Indiana delegation
for falling in line for Cleveland at
the very time when their oppo
sition would have given se much
comfort and substantial encourage
ment te these who had been mak
ing frantic endeavors te prevent the
ex-President from getting the two
thirds vote necessary for his nomina
tion. Se it became very manifest that
whatever agreement might have been
entered into by the Cleveland leaders of
New Yerk, Pennsylvania and ether
prominent states, te give Gray the vice
presidency in return for the support of
Indiana for Cleveland, there was going
te be very determined opposition by the
delegates generally te the consumma
tion of this pregramme.
BOYS DROWN A COMPANION.
Enticing lllni te a I'oel of Water, They
I'ut Ills Head Ievn In the Mud.
YeitK, 0., June 24. Lenny James
and Willie Weeley, of Milferd Center,
this county, each about 12 years old,
were arrested Thursday morning by
Marshall Bennet, of Marysville, for
drowning Geerge A. McDonald, about
0 years old. They drowned him in a
peel near that place. The James and
Weeley boys enticed tha little McDon
ald boy te tbe poeL They took him
into the peel and steed him en his
head in the mud at the bottom of the
peel and left him. As the llttle fellow
did net come home as seen as his
mother thought he ought, she grew un
easy and gave the alarm, saying her
boy was lest. A search was instituted
and nbeut 7 o'clock Wednesday evening
he was found standing en his head in
the peel where he had been placed about
2 o'clock that afternoon. The water
was about three feet deep. The two
boys were bound ever te court for mur
der. THE PRESIDENT SPEAKS.
Party Issues Will New He Squarely Drawn
That U What the Kcpubllran Leaders
Washington, Juune 34. President
Harrison is well pleased ever the nomi
nation of Mr. Cleveland. And it may
be added he is utterly indifferent as te
who is named for second place. He says
the fight will be a fair and definite one
upon protective lines, and will give the
people a chance te speak upon
our present policy of building up
home industries. He does net fear the
result. The president hoped for Mr.i
Cleveland's nomination, for while h.e,
regards him as the typical democrat,
and probably the strongest one in the
party, he feels that with hin there can
be no equivocation. The issues wi,n, de
squarely drawn and nothing better is
wanted than a fair fight The presi
dent is confident of re-election.
VESSEL IN A WHIRLWIND.
Nine l'rMn eii Heard of IIr Lern Their
New Oklbans, June 24. Intelligence
has reached here from Balize, Hon
duras, that the schooner Ring Deve
6unk off Half Moen cave, and ninu out
of thirteen persons were drowned. The
persons left Balize last Thursday
morning bound for Truxllle. At 1:30
the same night when fourteen miles
te the southward of the cave
out in the ocean she was struck by a
whirlwind which sunk ber In a few mo
ments. The following arc the names
of these who lest their lives: Gee. W.
Waiht Emanuel Everett Kebert Co Ce
hume, Saml Wagner, Alex. Weight,
DanL Engleton, Alfred Garbutt Jes.
Baldwin and a cabin boy unknown.
The dory was fortunately loose en deck
and in this way the four survivors made
their way te Hall Moen cave.
Counterfeiter With a Itlch Wife.
Stockton, Cal., June 24. M. D. How Hew
ell has been arrested at the request el
U. S. Secret Service Agent Harris en a
charge of passing counterfeit money.
Hewell's wife was the adopted daugh
ter of the late W. B. Jehnsen, who left
her an estate of half a million dollars
and of which Mrs. Hewell new has con
trol. Over Flm Hundred llallets.
Wabiunoten, C IL, O,, June 24, All
day and far into the night the dele-,
gates te the Seventh district republican
congressional convention worked te
nominate n congressman, but without
Bticcess, Five hundtre(L and fifty-eight
ballets were lakcri 'when the conven
Whltelaw Lunch With HarrUen.
Washington, June 24. Hen. Whrte
JPiVf Hqld. un-ived in town Thursday:
mernlng.and iastepping at the. -Arllng
ten .'hotel, He took luncheon with
the president in the afternoon.
Oathered by Telegraph Frem All 1'urH or
Walter 0. Oakmanhas been appointed
receiver of Richmond terminal.
The Little Kanawha river gets J225,
)00 out of the river and harbor appro
The Tlgh murder trial was completed
it Ccllna, 0., Thursday by the jury re
turning a verdict of manslaughter.
Hen. James G. Blaine, wife and
daughter, left Chicago for home Thurs
day morning via the Lake Shere read.
Richmond's (Ind.) council will prob
ably pass an ordinance against the horn
blowing nuisance the coming campaign.
Advices from Afghanistan are that
the rebellion among the Urgaghan
Hezaras against the ameer is assuming
Sam Abrams, a popular young He
brew, proprietor of a china store en
West Sixth street, Cincinnati, commit
ted suicide Thursday morning, by shoot sheet
ing. " Maggie Williams, a gypsy maiden,
and one of the tribe new in camp in
Cincinnati, was fatally injured by a
kick from one of the ponies belonging
te the herd.
L. H. Pendleton, wholesale grocer
and produce shipper, at Lawrence,
Kan., assigned for the benefit of his
creditors. Liabilities, 135,000; assets
M. n. Jenes, a colored attorney of
Charleston, W. Va., sued Jehn Thayer
for 2,000 damages for 6lander. Thayer
said he could buy Jenes from thp re
publican party for ?1.50.
Warren Freed was perhaps fatally
shot by his brother-in-law, James Riser,
at East Liverpool, 0., during a family
quarrel precipitated by Klscr ordering
his ill-treated wife te return te him.
Mary Hardman, a typewriter, jumped
from the fourth story of the Gait house,
Cincinnati, early Thursday morning,
and was killed. She was caught in the
room of a male guest, and preferred
death te disgrace.
Gov. McKinley has appointed Mrs. J.
W. Dumblc, of Middleport, lady visitor
of the Girls' Industrial home, at Dela
ware, in place of Mrs. Sarah C. Uewclls,
of Butler county, resigned. Mrs. Dum
ble is the wife of J. W. Durable, editor
of the Meigs County Republican.
Squire Smith, the negre who se brutal
ly assaulted Mrs. Smith, of Elsmere,
near Cincinnati, was sentenced Thurs
day te fifteen years In the penitentiary.
His arre-st, indictment and sentence
all transpired within three clays, prob
ably the quickest case of the kind in
The republicans of the Third con
gressional district W. Va., met at)
Charleston Thursduy and nominated
Edgar P. Rucker, of Mercer county,
candidate for congress, and Jehn E.
Renan, of Kanawha, presidential elec
tor. The convention indorsed the Min
neapolis nomination and platform.
A Campaign of AMiimlnutlen.
Curybnnb, Wye., June 23. Cipher
letters and dispatches received here
from Buffalo warn the state ofil efil
elals and men who have been prom
inent against the rustlers since the
cattle troubles opened that their
lives are In danger. According te these
it Is planned te send te this place sev
eral northern desperadoes, who arc te
assassinate marked men. Precautions
for their safety will be taken at once.
Cincinnati, June Ct
FLOCK Winter patent. 41 351.60, fancy, S3.95
t.20; family, 3 1U23.M. extra, K.5032.7S; low
grade, l.WiBZ35: spring patent, M.50ai-5;
spring fancy, U X34 25; spring family, 43.603
3.8. Rye flour, Jt.20l 10.
Wheat Ooed Ne 2 red was held at 83c, but
shippers could see no margin at better than We
and millers' requirements were In no way press
ing. Ne. 3 red was worth about 7i5Q77e.
OertN Prime te cbeice ear held at S0383c:
Ne. 3 white unfiled brought Uc, and Ne. 2 mixed
was held at J04c
Oats At the close Ne. 2 white was held at
S9c, and Ne. 2 mixed at 3ta3l4c.
Hye Was dull and nominal, cash Ne. 8
being held at 82c. Ne trading In straight car
QATTt-B Shippers. Geed te choice, 13.6531.00;
common te fair, t3.003.50. Oxen: Ooed te
choice, I3.003 60; common te fair, ll.7S2.75;
BCleet butchers', KJ.tO1.10; fair te geed, B.00
3.75; common, !2 HO32.50, heifers, geed te
choice beuvy, ja2.va3.75. fair te geed light,
Hees Select heavy and prime butchers, tt.15
BS.25; fair te geed packing, f4.00a5.1S; coramea
and rough. U 501 Si; fair te geed light, M.OOO
MS: (at pigs, M.Wli.90.
Snecp aki Lambs. Sheep. Ewes, 13.75
1.25; mixed, 1 25Q1.75; wethers and yearlings,
U.0O3.V.; bucks, 3.0Gr$3 50; stock ewes, laiO
3.75, Lambs Butchers: Common te fair, C25
1.50; geed te choice, M 75&5 u), shippers, com
mon te lair, 5.75ai0; geed te clielce, 0.5OQ
New Yehk, JuneSl.
Wheat Opened weak, and declined He In
the early trading. Ne. 2 winter, Mfcc cash:
Juno.BOe; July, 8VSc.
Ceiu Opened strong et lie advance. Ne. 2
mUed, cash, flic; June, Coe, July.MHc, August,
Oats Dull and steady; Ne. 2 mixed, cash,
37Se: July, 3710.
Kyb Dull, but steady at &iSee in car lets.
l'lTTsnuiiGll, June 21.
Cattlb Market closes partly active, but a
decline el (rem 15335c en prices of last week,
common and medium going oil mostly. Corn Cern
fed Btecra sold at H2.VU1.7S, grasRers tJ.OOai.00;
bulls and dry cows, rl.50a3.ue, veal calves, M.OJ
5.60: fresh cows, C2015, 3d cars cutUe ship
ped te New Yerk. Hi
Sheep Market Blew, and a sharp decline en
common grades. Sheep sold at f&2MA.S5, year
ling lambs, H0U&5.75, spring lambs, W M) 50.
Hogs Supply continues light, and market
firm at a further advance Philadelphia hogs
sold te-day at fA3.Vn5.-lO; Yorkers, t5.103A.2A:
pigs, tLWa6.00; 38 cars begs shipped te New
Daltimeub, June 21.
WnaAT Firm: Ne. 2 red spot and June, MH
91V July, PflaWH: August, S5Ha85c; Oc
tober, &82ttjic; steamer Ne. 2 red, S2e asked.
COIlN Streng mixed spot and June, tiiie;
July,&5c; mixed, 53a asked.
Oats Active and higher: Ne. 2 white west west
cre,.UHc: Ne. 2 mixed western, 36Q39HC.
HYE quiet: Ne. S.KJC
Cricjaoe; June 24.
F&ecu JUiDGRAiN.-Oi8hquotaUen; Fleer,
unchanged; Ne. 2 sprteg wheat, 79Ve; Ne. 3
epilog wheat, 7474He; Ne. 2 red, Hcj
Ne., 2 corn, We; Ne. 2 eata. Klrfe: Ne. 2 white,
SlUc; Ne. 3 white, USSlc; Ne. 2 rye, "Ac;
Ne. 2 barley, 00c: Ne. 3 f an., 40350c; Ne. t f. a
b., IVJMJc: Na l,flM-eed. 14 ffWai.W.
t i pnjLAua-rmX, JuneSA
Wheat Steady; Ne. 2 red track, 68c; de ex ex
eort elorater, who; Ne, 3 red June, 8TH
CoKHr-Urre; Ne. 2 mixed In grain depot, Wc;
0 lb import elevator, Ml Na 2. mixed June,
Oats. Car lets quiet; futures dull and un
changed. Ne. 3 white 39c. Ne. 2 white He.
Stabbed in the Stere!
0. K. Finesteck still alive
but very low, and can't
The terrible stab of Finesteck nt
Henry Ort's store brings its natural re
sults. Stock is going fnst. Lew prices
lower the stock se rapidly that it can't
Inst long, and tliose who have resolved
te take advantage of tills 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
ten which any ;;urse can wrestle with.
Come and try it.
Xe. 11 East Secen St., Mnysville. Ky.
liBi DRUG STOKE
A First-class Line of
Found in a Druir Stere.
POWER & REYNOLDS.
anil Consumers of Oil.
I have (i large supply of Oil for
All at Lewest l'rlceg. MILLS, &C.
J. JAMES WOOD,
DRUGGIST. Mnysville Ky.
Before buyimr a Gas "OflT TDQT?
It cooks with a current of het air. Te
be had of
S. B. OLDHAM, KKS
WHITE, JUDD & CO.
-Ara still in tJit
At Ne. 42 W. Stcend Street.
W.ll. W UinWOUTH, M. I W. II. WADSWOHTII, Jl.
WAJJSWOHTH A: SON,
ATrenxers at law,
The Kfneral practice e Law.
T.H.y. smith, DENTIST !
The latent Lecal Auarthctlc fur the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Fer kecnlwr jour tteth mid wini In onler
110 SitlHinlH. bet teeth wush known tn the
verlil. OlMci1, Second street.
Netice of Incorireratioij of MaysiIle
1. Xotlee is hervliv (riven that JelmT. Flem
ing. J O. l'ocer.T. II. N. Smith, Krnle White,
1). Heclilimci, Cleon C. Owene, J. A. Heed.
Themas . I'lilster, W. W. Hull and M. J. Mc
Carthy have formed a corporation immed
.Mnysville Sanitarium Cemtmny, In iiecenlancd
with the previsions of Chanter fifl, General
S. The principal plnce of business Ik Mnys
ville, Masen county, Kentucky.
:i. The business of the corporation Is te es
tablish and maintain an Institute at Maysvllle
for the euro of the llijuer, tobacco and mor
4. The capital stock Is ten thousand dollars,
divided Inte shares of ten dollars each, te be
paid for In money or ether property as mRy be
ntrreed upon, te tie paid In en call of Directors.
ft. The corporation betting May itth, 1W, and
Is te continue for twenty-tlve years.
A. The business of the company shall be
mnnaired by a Heard of tire Directors, who
shall be elected annually by the stockholders
anil who shall held office for one year and
until their successors nte elected and qual
tied. The Dlreetdre lll from their numbei
elect a President ami Vice-President, and
from their number or the stockholders, a Sec
rotary and Treasurer.
7. The highest amount Of Indebtedness or
liability te which the corporation Is te sub.
Ject ltsell It two thousand dollars. t
L 8. The private property, or the stockhelder:
It tn be exempt from the eorperato debt.
J6IN T, EXKMINO, r-refMent.
Attetti Thes, h. Fhibter, Sec, and Treat.
Te Llncnte Peddling Spectacle and Ere-
Olawet In tlie City of Maysvllle.
Be H enlrthwd bu the Heard e Ceunem of
Uietltunf tlavtvUle, That It shall be unlawful
for any f ruveilnif or Itinerant person te offer
for tale spectacles or oye-irlassct within tbe
limits of the city of Maysvllle without baring
first obtained a Ilccnse as provided boreln.
Sec. 2. Kvery traveling or Itinerant person
desiring te poadle or sell spectacles or oye eye
Klasscs In the city of Maysvllle shall, before
uelntf se, obtain from tbe Mayer of snld city n
Ilccnse se te de at f35 per year te scU the said
articles, and no Ilccnse shall be Issued ft r less
than ene year.
Sec. 'J, Any person found guilty of violat
ing section ene of this ordinance shall be
fined the sum of $A0 for each offense.
Sec. 4. This ordlnance shall be In ferce and
take effect from and after Its passage
Adopted lr. Council May 6th, 1M.
WILLIAM H. COX, President.
Martin A. O'Haiik. City Clerk.
Te Prevent Tampering With Street Mailing
llexes In the City of jIsytTllln.
71c It eriafMttl hu the Heard of Ceuncllmcn of
the cttu of Maynvtlle, That it shall be unlawful
for any person or persons te tamper with any
of the street mailing boxes, or te take or col
lect any mall matter therefrem. It shall also
be unlawful for any person or persons wear
ing the carriers' unlterm, Including the car
riers, te tamper with or collect mall from the
boxes nt ether than the usual and regular col
Sec. 2. He it further ordained. That any
person violating any of the previsions of this
ordinance shall, upon conviction befere the
Mayer, be punishable by a fine of net less
than tcn dellurs nor mere than fifty dollars
ler each ctfen6e, te be collected and accounted
for as ether lines.
Sec. 3. He It further erdrtnal. That thl or
dinance shall be In full lerceand effect from
and alter Its passage.
Adopted In Cenncll May 5th, lwe.
WILLIAM H. COX, President.
Maiiti.n O'Hahe, City Clerk.
Te Prevent Traelln& or Itinerant Docter
from Practicing Medicine in tee
City of Maysvilie.
He In erdntned by the Heard of Ceunctlmen of
the cttu of Mautville, That It shall be unlawful
for any traveling or Itinerant doctor te prac
tice medicine In any of Its branches within
the limits et this city. Te open an olllce for
such purpee, or announce te the public In
any ether way an Intention te practice medi
cine, shall be an offense within the meaning of
this ordinance. Provided that nothing In this
ordlnance shall be construed as prohibiting
any reputable physician or surgeon from any any
ether place being called here, either te visit a
patient, or In consultation with any reputable
physician of this city.
Sr.c. 2. Any person convicted of the viola
tion of previsions of section one of this ordi
nance shall be lined the sum of fifty dollars
for each dny se engaged In the practice of
Sec. II. This ordlnance shall be In effect
from and alter Its passage.
Adopted In Council May 5th, 1S!.
WILLIAM 11. COX, President.
M MiTl.v A. O'H ke, City Clerk.
Levjini: the Taxes In the City of Majsville
for the Yenrl892.
He it enhtlnrd by the Heard of Cewtcilmcn of
the City of Mayvlllf, That a tax of 25 cents
en cncli one hundred dollars' worth of taxa taxa
ble property in the city of Maysvllle, except
ing Sixth Ward, be, and the eame Is hereby,
levied for the purpose of taking up outstand
ing indebtedness, and the Collector and Trea
surer q authorized te collect the sumo and
account for It according te law.
He it further ordained, That a tux of W cents
en each ene hundred dellurs' worth of taxa taxa
bie property In the city of Maysvllle be, and
the same U hereby, levied for general pur
poses, the Collector and Treasurer te collect
thciarac and account for It according te law.
He it further erdatmil, Tbat a tax et 10 cents
en each one hundred dollars' worth of taxa
ble property In the city of Muj sviile be. and
the same is hereby, levied for school purposes,
te be collected and accounted ler according te
law by the Collector and Treasurer.
He it further ordained, That a iell tax of
SI 50 en each male inhabitant of the city of
Mnysville ever twenty-ene years of age be.
and the same Is hereby, levied for the year
1KI2, te be collected and accounted for by the
Collector and Treasurer, and Marshal, accord
ing te law.
Adopted In Council June 2d, 18!i2.
WILLIAM H. COX. President.
Maktin A. O'Hake, City Clerk.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO.
or MAVsVIl.r.E. KV.
AltT. I. Ite It known that William H. Cox,
Themas A. Davis, W. II. Wadsworth. Jr.. Sam
uel T. Hickman, A. M. J. Cochran. M. C. Kus
sell, Geerge L. Cox and Allen .A. Edmonds,
huve this day associated themselves together
and beceme Incorporated under and by vlrtue
of Chapter Mef the Rcncral Statutes of the
State of Kentucky as The Public Ledger Com
pany and by that name shall sue and be sued,
contract and be contracted with, and shall have
perpetuul succession and a common seal, with
power te alter same at pleasure.
Akt. 2. The capital stock of said Corpora
tion shull be f'i.000, divided Inte shares of
flO each, and the same shall be transfera
ble by written assignment en the certWcate,
and when transferred the cortlllcate for same
shall be surrendered te the Company and can
celed, and new ones lsued In lieu thereof.
Akt. 3. This Corporation Is organized for
the purpose et publishing a newspaper In the
city of Maysvilie. and distributing the same
tbroiiKheut the state of Kentucky, and for tbe
carrying en of a general newspaper busluess
In said city and state.
Aht. 4 The principal place of business of
ulil Corporation shall be at Maysvllle, JCy.
The capital stock et said Corporation may be
Increased at a meeting of the stockholders
(thO'-e heldlnjr a majority of the stock assent
ing thereto) te any sum net exceeding flO,
mi. This Corporation may organize when
;! haies of us stock Is subscribed. Steck:
may be paid for In money or equivalent at an,
agreed contract price, and any stock net sub
scribed for may be sold from time te time,
as the Directors may direct and authorize,
and the certificates et stock shall be signed by
the President and Secretary, and the eorpo eerpo eorpe
rato seal shall be affixed tn same.
AltT. 5. The Corporation shall be managed
by a Directory of flve jiersens who shall be
elected annually at the Company's office In
Maysvilie, Ky., en the 1st Monday In Mareh of
each year, lr, for any reason, there should
net be an election held at the time llxed, tbe
Directors In o!Hee shall continue as such until
their succcPMirs are elected and qualified.
Aht. it. The Directors shall cheese from
their number a President and Vice-President,
and from wild number or the stockholders a
Secretary and Treasurer, or, If they see fit,
they may combine these two officers Inte ene,
They shall elect an Editor, and may elect an
assistant te the Editor. With of whose duties
and tenure of office theV may tlx and pro pre
scribe by by-laws of the Company, which by-,
laws a majority of the Directors may adept
ter the manatremcut of the Cemnanv'sHtff&lrti.
AltT. 7. Tbe Company shall net incur an
indebtedness exceedlnir. In the airirreirate.at
any ene time, a sum equal te one-half or tbe
capital stock paid In.
aht. . ine private property et the stock
holders of this Company shall be exeinpt
from all debts or liabilities of the Corpora
tion. Aht. l. The Corporation shall begin when
It shall have organized, as provided for horeln,
and shall continue as long as nmy be neces
sary, according te law.
In witness whereof, the said Incorporators
have hereunte set their hands this 10th day of
William H. Cox, A. M. J. Cochran,
Themas A. Davis, M. C. Hdsskll,
W. H. Wadswdrth, Jr., Oeo. L. Cox,
S T, Hick van. Allen A, Edmonds.
State or Kentuckv, i ,,
Masen County. f"
I, T. M. Pearce, Clerk of the County Court
for the county and itate aforesaid, de certify
that the foregoing Artlcloef Incorporation of
The Public Ledger Ce. was, en Mareh 10.188B,
produced te r In said county, and acknowl
edged by said Themas A. Davit, William 11.
Cox. W.ll. Wadtwerth, Jr., S. T, Hlckwui. M.
C. Kussell. Geerge L. Cox and Allen A. Bd Bd
mendg each te be their act and deed, and en
March 14. 1892, the same was again reproduced
te me and acknowledged ly A. M. J. Ceehraa
te be hi act and deed, and ledged for reeerd,
whereupon the tame, together with thli cer
tificate, hath been duly recorded In my eMee.
Given under my haridthltHthdyef'Mis,
lw, T. M- PKAKCK, Clerk
By T, V. SIMtery, D, a
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