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English Aroused te
The British Wemen Will Have a Re
The riiml Plans Ter tlie Irish Village De.
vJtlded Ou Lady Aberdeen In Charge of
- the Scotch .Exhibit Minuter Lin
coln Working Unrd for the I'll I r.
'." Londen, .7u)y 0. Frem present ludl
catiens the main fcature of Great Brit
ain exhibits at the World's fair will be
the work of the woman's committee,
" who with Princess Christian at Its
head, with Lady Aberdeen In charge of
the. Irish and Scotch exhibits and many
ether distinguished ladies having ac
complished mere than ether efllcers, or
of the royal commission here which has
hitherto bcen divided by jealousies and
hindered by the disinclination of some
of the largest manufacturers te exhibit
en account of the McKlnley bill.
Lady Aberdeen, who has been partic
ularly nctive in promoting the general
. work of the committee, and of her sec
tlens in particular, said te the Asse
crated Press reperter: "Yes, we have
Overy reason te feel greatly encouraged
and te hope that our exhibit will be
worthy your Country. Yeu knew that
of the 50,000 appropriated by parlia
ment, 3,000 only was allotted te the
' women's section, se that the greater
portion of the necessary funds are being-raised
by private subscription here
and in America. ' Besides the work and
meetings of each committee- we held
weekly meetings of the gencral com
mittee, and I am happy te say that the
outlook Is most favorable. Your minis
ter, Mr. Lincoln, always seems greatly
interested in the success of the World's
Referrlng te the Irish exhibit, Lady
Aberdeen showed the reporter the final
plans for the Irish village, which has
just been decided en, and which will be
sent out te Mr. White at Chicago at
. once. As in the first plans the cottages
will be grouped around a quadrangle,
in the center of which will stand an old
Irish cress; and another new fcuture
"will be added a large map In relief ac-
, curately drawn te scale and showing
the rivers, mountains, towns and vil
lages of the Euiereld isle, "se that all
, your .Irish ever there can show each
ether Just where they were born and
lived," explained Lady Aberdeen. "Fer
the gateway te the .Irish section," she
continued, "we shall send ever some
ime old gates from some historical place
In Ireland; and en entering the gate
way the ruins of Denegal castle In the
opposite corner will be scen at once."
Lady Aberdeen will herself go
ever te America next year and remain
at the exhibition a'considerafile time.
Mr. Lincoln has been criticised in
some quarters in America for an alleged
lack of Interest in the fair, but as
shown by Lady Aberdeen's statement
above, and from ether quarters, these
criticisms are most unjust, and the
t present encouraging aspect of the
women's section here is largely due te
the efforts of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln.
"The fact is," said an intimate friend
of the mln'ster, "that up te that point
of the Jlrilieh acceptance of America's
invitation and the removal of the force
of the effect of our labor immigration
law (the evil effects of which were flrst
called te the attention of our state de
apartment by Mr. Lincoln) he was able
te de and did de actual and public serv
' ice for the fair. With the appointment
6f the royal commission the active
work necessarily fell en their shoul
ders, and his work hub naturally
been confined te private conversation.
'When the Butterworth commission
came ever here last year Mr. Lincoln
did all he could te promote its success
and arranged a special interview with
.Lord Salisbury. When Mrs. Palmer
was here Mr. Lincoln presented her al
the drawing room at the diplomatic cir
cle, calling special attention te her
'.mission, nud he also arranged for a
.special interview for Mrs. Palmer with
the Princess Christian and introduced
her te a number of Influential English-
women. I don't see what mere anyone
.could have done."
It Doek Net Fit the Crime.
I IPraeuk. July 0. The miners who
were found guilty of having caused the
,frlghtful explosion In the lllrkenberg
. silver mine, near Przlbram, by which
ever 300 men lest their Uvea, hure been
'Sentenced. Krinz, who threw the burn
ing lampwick which ignited the gases,
was sentenced te three years' Imprison
ment. Kabedee was sent te prison for
Kjf" two years, while Uavelku. who made a
VJ t HAHfIf kIah , A V n .. I. t hI , .... Ml.. A.V
lAjiuueaiuii wi biiu Milium i uva Kui' u1
with eighteen months' imprisonment
Weel Men Outlier nt AlbuuunruuM.
',r LHUQUKIIQUE, N. M., July 0. A
;mrgeiy attcnuea convention te discuss
(the wool and sheep interests of the
states and territories west of the Mis
sissippi rirer opened here Tuesday In
response te a proclamation issued by
iGev. Prince at the request of numerous
.commercial organizations. The dele
gates present represent municipalities,
agricultural colleges, wool growers' as
sociatlens. beards of trade and ether
' commercial organizations.
leivii 1'ntlen Talk.
"" JDes Moines, la., July fl. An etfert la
"being made te unite the democratic and
people's parties In thl6 sUte. The
schema is te give the peeple's party the
electoral candidates and the democrats
the state ticket The matter has been
brought up in Omaha in a quiet way.
Uy combining, it la urged, the republi
iSlrf klp tnrew tl0 electtn 'n - house.
kHW rau ue uuivauru, which wuuiu
muu murcuy uiuvi. kigvuiuhu.
Cholera Approaching Moscow,
Londen, July 0, The St Petersburg
- correspondent of the Times says:
.Cholera appears, te be advancing toward
-Moscow. ;t is privately reported that
". thedUeiuahas appeared en the ether
IJ'VMq nt h Vnlira In fiome Tim ,nn.
1VW - f4 IVIQW mt MIUW
. tallty k Increasing In Baku and Its
Men biicI Deg' Pursue II tin ntil the For Fer
mer Shunt III lit In HiM'C'i.
UirtMiNOiiAM, Ala., July fl. News has
been received, here of the attempted
outiuge of two- women, near Jasper,
ROine thirty miles from here, by
a negre. Sunday morning, the negre
wus passing along the toad by the
house of the Bridewells, n few miles
from Jnhper. Miss Brlckwell, a jrenng
woman, was in the lane near the house.
T"hc Negie caught her by the aim.
but her sereuinj caused him te run off,
una she rati into the heuse. A few
hours ufterwaid the Negro crossed the
Beld of Mr. William Kllgore. Mrs
Kilgere was gathering berries net far
from the heuse. The Negiecaugh then
she screamed se loudly that It brought
her husband, who was ut the house, te
her assistance The husband followed
him te Black Warrior Creek, and fired
Bcvcrul shots at him. With the assist
ance of dogs the chase was continued,
and Tuesday morning at an early hour,
the Negro was found in a tree. There
were no less thun two hundred men and
numerous dogs en his trail. As seen us
discovered volley after volley was
pouted into him, tearing his body te
pieces The Negro's uatne Is net
k u e vmi.
LOCKED HER OHILD
On tti Outside, and Then llunced Uer
nil Frem the Transom.
FiA.Ntcireirr, IncL. July u. Mrs. W. U.
Van Sickle, wife of a prominent monu
ment dealer, of this city, committed
suicide Tuesday, by hanging. She has
been demented for several months and
for a time was under treatment In a
private hospital at Indianapolis. Sev
eral weeks age she returned from that
Institution greatly benefitted, and, with
the exception of occasional melancholy
periods, seemed all right Tuesday after
noon she sent her little seven-year-old
daughter but in the yard te play, and
locking the the deer, did the work.
When her husband returned from 'his
business in the evening he found the
child sitting en the deer-step unable te,
get in, and forcing an entrance dis
covered his wife hauging from a tran
som of a middle deer. Mrs. Van Sickle's
maiden name was Montgomery, and she
was for several years teacher in the
ichoels here. She is a sister of Emma,
Montgomery McRae, of Purdue uni
versity, and of Rev. Montgomery of
LIKE AN ARROW
The rtulloen Dropped Inte Ilnsten Har
ber and Drewned Twe People.
Bosten, July 0. Deles Goldsmith,
the only survivor of the three who as
cended in the balloon Monday, told the
story of their faU into the harbor as
he lay en a cot In the hospital buffering
from the nervous shock Tuesday. He
lays that when the balloon
had risen a wind swept it
3tit ever the harbor and it bc
s.une a matter of life and dc.ith te land
in Thompson's Island. Prof. Rogers
tried te open the escape valve, but It
would net work right lie pulled en it
till It lin.illy opened, but he could net
2ltsc it unln, and the balloon shot like
in arrow toward the water, while all
thiee were almost, smothered by the
sseapiug g.us when the basket struck
the water, and hence could net f.wim
Mm Wanted te !)!..
IJt.i'FFiON, 0., July (J. A ti.ingu cir
-umstunce, connected with the death of
Mrs. Jessie Garrett who made the un
tucccssful parachute drop here the
Fourth, and met death in a pond, came
le light Tuesday. A few minutes be
fore she made her bust ascension here
Dne of the large crowd of spectators
spoke te her about her dangerous call
ing, and asked her if she did nt fear
death every time she made an ascen ascen
tien. She replied that her husband
had met death while making an -unsuc
cessful ascension, and that she wished
te die in the same manner. A half hour
later her wish was fulfilled and her life
less body taken from the pond.
Gen. Weaver's I'remlse.
Omaha, July 0. In his speech efter
his nomination Tuesday morning, Gen.
Weaver declared his intention te visit
every state In the union in the interest
of the.peeple's party. At another point
In hisaddrC6s Gan. Weaver said: "This
is no longer a country governed by the
people, and it Is tlie great duty te-day
devolving upon the party which you
represent te rescue the government
from the grasping of federal monop
olies, and restore it te the great com
mon people te whom it belongs."
Heme Itule In cetland.
LoNie, July 0, Mr. Gladstone ad
dressed a large and enthusiastic meet
ing at Dalkeith Tuesday. In the oeurso
of his speech he said that if Scotland,
en mature deliberation, wanted home
rule for herself, she would get it as her
right But he ndded, the Irish ques
tion leads Scottish nationalization, The
Scottish national grievance was that
whenever there was an antillberal ma
jority In parliament the ote of Scot
land was disi egarded.
Forcing a Vete mi Silver.
Washington, Julye. At an Informal
conference of thirty or forty democrats
who are faverable te free coinage, held
at the capltel Tuesday night a motion
was adopted expressing it as the senti
ment of the meeting that the free coin
age bill should be passed as it came
from the senate.
Italian tVnr Ships Dl-pntrhcd.
Ren:, July e. The action of the gov
ernment in dispatching gunboats te
Brazil In connection with the alleged
maltreatment recently of Italian sailors
in bantes. lfr approved by the newspa
pers, which, however, express hopes of
a favorable solution of the difficulty.
I'olsened en Spring Chlekeii.
UiniANA, O., July d. -Four member
of the family of Dr. Swartz, at Terre
Haute. 0., are sefieusly sick from pois
oning. The doctor attributes the poison
te come fiem eating spring chickens
thnt had eaten potule bugs.
fH tshihetillng Tai Collector Cu tight.
Chicago, July 0, Samuel T. Butler,
a tax collector from Phlldelphla, was
arrested in this city en a telegram. He
is charged with having cmbefczlcd f Q,Q00
from the city,
ROBBER BYAN. '
Forty-Five Thousand Dollars in;
1 Celd Cash ;
Located By the Rascal and Recovered
By the Owners.
rirun Tnkns ttiej enicnrn te the I'lttshurgh
Bafety Deposit Vault uiid Alter a Deep
Htudy Lnrates the Iroamire
llynn Hut Twenty Years Old.
Pirimitmeu, Pa., July it. Of the 545,-'
000 stelen from the United States Ex
press Ce. at Washington, D C, en Juue
21, two weeks age Tuesday, by D. J.
Ryan, the company Tuesday received
f 14,814, Ryan having 'spent $1S7 of the
Tuesday morning City Detective Dcm Dcm
mel took Ryan te the Pittsburgh Safe
Deposit Ce. en Fourth avenue. When
he reached the building he looked up
and said: "This is the place "
He was taken inside, where yere
waiting Superintendent of Police Reger
O'Mara, the superintendent of the
United States Express Ce., and the Pitts
burgh agent Mr. J. D. Zimmerman.
Ryan was Identified by the Safe De
posit Ce. "s officials, and his signature
compared with the one he left when he
secured a box. He wrote .1 M Lyen
and then was taken te the vault where
he steed a moment, and then reaching
up te the top row of boxes pulled one
down, but hud seme difficulty in getting
It open It was finally opened in the pres
ence of theso mentioned, and the reason
it was se difficult te open they discov
ered was because It was packed full te
overflowing with crisp new bills of
various denominations neatly laid and
pressed lute the box He took the
money out counted It, signed the nec
essary papers te the deposit company
and turned the money ever te Mr Zim
merman. There was 841.3S0 in the box.
Scarcely a word was spoken during
the time, und when he hud given
up the money he left the building,
accompanied by Detective Dennncl.
Ryan is only 20, but scarcely
leeks that old. lie is of very slender
build, with a smooth face and light
hair, about five feet six inches, and
would weigh about 125 pounds He
was neatly dressed in a light suit.
Ryan was taken te Washington Tues
day night but whether the company
will punish him or net has net been de
termined. Mr. Zimmerman put the re
covered money in a canvass bag, and,
accompanied by Superintendent O'Mara,
placed it in a safe place.
A. Desperate Character Caught at Last
-Uls Hlank Ilecerd.
0WEN6B0UO, Ky July 0. Jehn Fen
tress, one of the most lawless charac
ters In this part of the state, and who
has terrered the people of Breckin
ridge and Ohie counties for years past
was at rested after a skirmish in which
four shot were fired by Deputy United
States Matshal Pate, near Hardensburg.
The desperado has been running a
moonshine still for years, but se well
has he been fortified and se shrewd was
he that he has thus far escaped arrest
In fact he had often beiisted that he
hnd never been "caged" and never
would be. He has been indicted for
nearly every crime In the category
by the courts of Hardin and Breckin
ridge counties, and he is said te have
caused every woman In his range te live
in meitnl dread, as he had seduced
three different women, the indictments
new standing against him. He is also
believed te have ravaged a girl In
Breckinridge county last fall. This
brutal ruffian was ledged In jail here
this evening te await examining trial
for violations of the revenue laws. He
will probably spend the remainder of
his days bchiud the bars, as it will take
about that long te serve out the sen
tences he will be sure te receive en the
numerous indictments standing against
nimxly Italian Illet In Ilrezll. '
Rie dk Janehie, July 0. -A meeting
of Italians was held in Sae Paule te
pretest against the recent action of the
police of Santes in maltreatlng some
Italian sailors at that place. The Ital
ians acted in a riotous manner. The
police, even with the aid of the citizens,
could net overcome the rioters, who
fought savagely. Several persons en
both sides were killed und a large num
ber were wounded, many of them seri
ously. Vtllllnm O'llrlen Serlensly Injured.
Ceiik. July 0. Mr. William O'Brien,
who was struck en the head with u
stone as lie was returning from a politi
cal meeting, passed an uneasy night
The physicians who ure In attendance
upon him apprehend that his condition
will beciAne worse. His assailant a
laborer named Jehn Sheehan, has been
Knocked Inte the Iliverund DreuniML
Davkni'eht, la., July 0. The Reck
Island passenger struck an unknown
young woman near here Tuesday as she
was crossing a bridge. Her body was.
stripped by the englne and she was
hurled into the water. She was living,
and the passengers made haste te rescue
her, but she sank and drowned before
Iteaults of the KngllHh Elections.
Lonhem, July 0. The returns In the
elections up te 1:30 a.m., Tuesday, show
thut se far the conservatives have 00
seats, the liberals 00, the liberal-unionists
8, und the McCarthyites 1. J. P.
O'Connor, nationalist carried the Scot
land division 01 Liverpool by l.lltt ma
New Union Depot nt Celumhns, O.
Cei.UMM'8, 0 July 0. -At n meeting
of representatives of rullre.yls entering
Columbus, Tuesday night it was de
cided te erect a iwhv union depot at a
cost of flO.OOO. Wlffck en the structure
will begin within aw weeks.
Aitrleultural Soheol Funds.
Washington, July C -The secretary
of the Interior has authorized the fourth
payment for agricultural school funds,
authorized by congress, amounting te
18,0iK, for Ohie, Indiana and West Vir
Qathercfl Frem All 1'arti of the Oenntry
Cholera is spreading with alarming
rapidity. It is new in European Russia.
Mrs. Mallnda Rexread, of Harrlsvllle,
W. Va., slipped and fell only eight
inches, but she broke her hip and died
from the injury.
The nppolntment of Wm. Kapus, of
Oregon, U. S. consul nt Sydney,
N. S. W., was confirmed by the scnate
The National Federation of America
forwarded Tuesday, through Its treas
urer, Mr. Eugene Kelly, ?5,O0O mere te
the national party In Ireland.
An official telegram from, RbJanclte
states Ihul congress has met and that
Gen. Pelxotte will continue te held the
office of president of Bra.ll till the end
of 1894. 0
Gov. Eagle, of Arkansas, who has
been very 111 the past three weeks of
malarial fever, was very low Tuesday
night Ills physicians and friends are
much alarmed ever his condition.
While trying te arrest" two unknown
thieves eight miles north of Greens
burg, Kiis., A. W. Balfour, constable,
was shot te death. Officers are en the
trail of his murdeicr. f
There is an open war between Deputy
Warden Playford, of the Ohie peniten
tiary, and his esslstant, Orin Stack
house, and it is probable that one or the
ether will be asked te resign.
Ed. Jenes, colored, is threatened with
lynching at Westen, W. Va., for shoot sheet
ing Michael Tierney te death because
the latter had Jenes ejected from a
hotel for Insulting the waiter gills.
The Paris correspondent te the Lon Len Lon
eon Times says: "A guillotine waB re
cently Imported into Annam. A young
Annamite was executed in public 1 amid
the childish delight of a mob of natives.
Jehn Thompson's filly Wistful broke
the two-year-old trotting record for
Tennessee at West Side park, Nash
ville, Tuesday, making oue heat in
Ilcreld M. SewaU, of Maine, consul
general at Samoa, has tendered his
resignation, which has been accepted
by the president in a letter expressing
the highest appreciation of his excellent
It Is reported that Wilsen, the mur
derer who escaped from the sheriff Sat
urday night v liile being conveyed te
the Oregon state penitentiary for pro
tection against a mob, has been recap
tured with bloodhounds.
The presldeut Tuesday, sent te the
senate the following nominations; Wm.
Kapus, of Oregon, United States consul
at Sidney N. S. W.; Ernest G Tiinme,
of Wisconsin, fifth auditor of the
William Neesen, employed as an ele
vator man in the World building. New
Yerk, fell through the elevator 6haft in
the tower from the thirteenth story
Tuesday morning and was instantly
killed. He wus 21 years of age und un
married. The Tammany committee of twenty
four met Tuesday afternoon anil in
dorsed the platform of principles enun
ciated by the convention nnd plcged its
earnest and untiring support te the
nominees of that convention Cleveland
The Cholera In I'nrls suhtirh.
Paiiis, July 0. Fresh deaths from
chelerine have occurred in the suburbs.
Dr. German See descriWs the condition
of the barracks as bcandaleus. He says
they are perfect hotbeds of infection,
and that some of them have net been
cleaned, white-washed or repaired iu a
Cincinnati July 8.
FLOUlt Winter pitnt, 1 iNftl 0, fancy,
I3 83a;l.l0, family, J3 003 2i. extra, J2.90rS2.7A.
low grade, SI K5'e J M. spring patent, 4 S0iH7S:
spring fancy, JIU034 3S, upring f.unlly, M OOffl
3.85 Rjc flour, N204.0
VntAT There was Utile demand for old Ne.
2 red, which was held at b3c. Ne 3 red quotable
at 783 SOc, according te quillty Slta of SOU bu
sample red. old, spot, trael:, at 81c
CeitN Ne. ii white shelled held nt We. and Ne.
3 mixed nt 50c lluyen) were Mew te take bold
and bid lc less. Ear samples were held ut i&Q
51c, ae te quality
Oats The market was quiet and samples
were tlrmly held Ne 2 white held at 3Cy,e
and Ne S mixed at Jl'ic.
ItTE The market wns hire of cir let offer
ings nnd nominal at 73.78Sc
Cati le Shippers Geed te choice. H CO! 50:
common te fair, 3.S.V3JW Oxen Geed te
choice, aU5aJ85. common te falr.ll 763S.0O;
select butchers, N0012. fair te troed $3 15
3 85. common, K 003175 Heifers Geed te
choice. W Wd 00 fair te geed light, 3 SSftS 85.
Hees Select butchers, J5.7V35 85 filr te
geed packhnr, I5.G0&5.75, common and rough,
fSOUrfcAM fair te geed light, I5 50CV75. fat
bllEEl' and I.amus Sheep Wetbcrs and
yearlings. M5U35 0U. best ewes, H0Ll50i
mixed, M 253 75 stock ewes. !3 WJ1 00- culls,
75ca20J Lambs Heat shippers. W.757.7 00.
cttru, t7 I5'a7 25 bulk sties, t"00 heavy and
uiarse, K 50QU.50 butchers, M 00t5 50.
New Yerk Julytl
Wheat-Ne. 2 red steady, umhingrd. very
dull,. July. 85Vtt8tJ. August, a. IHuIjaic
HVB Quiet wontern, S.TaS'Oe.
Celts Ne 2 declined he only tendiunte MS
Icen manipulation, quiet. Ne 'A SU&nec.
Oats Ne. 2 dull, tinner. Stute, J3flc. west
P11 luniri.PHiA. July 8.
W 11 BAT Ne !! red In expert elexater. 7Vc;
Ne. X red July, WnftSSHe. August. ittauJUc,
CenN Ne. 2 mUed en track, M'ie. Ne. 2
high mixed In grain depot, 55c. Ne C Urst half
of July, teiiv. Ne mixed July, MtfUMyc;
Oats-Ne. H white, tOMti Ne. 2 whltt. 41
JlUe. Na 2 wblie July, .OUK'-iO. Augiut,
PlTTSUL'ItOIl, July a,
Cattms Market active and ie belter than
last week; no cattle shipped te New Yerk
Iloes Market active, all grndes t5.752S.00;
ene car hogs shipped te New Yerk
Sheep Market slew and He hlgtiLr than
last week's price.
Ualtimemb, July 0.
Wheat Easv. Na 2 red spot, Biy 2, We July,
WWUe. August, WSOSI'ie-
Ceiin Dull, mixed spot, 35li255c July,
55)40 bid, August, MHO asked.
Oats Firm; Na 2 white western. 4lH3i:e,
Na V mixed western. SVMc bid
Ilrc-Qulet. Na 2, Wc; nominal
Ciiioaeo, July &
Ki-etin and G iiAiN Cash quotations Heur
nominally unchanged. Na 2 spring wheat 78,'6j
Na 8 spring wheat 7UtT8c; Na 2 red 80c. Na
2 corn 51 e Na 2 eatt 33Jie; Na 8 white 35
a0e; Na 3 white i3Aa. Na 3 rys 75c. Na 8
barley flew Ne. 3 no sales; Na 4 1 SlVQMc.
Tolkde, July 0.
Whkat Na 2 cash, 81a; July, 82Hc; August,
8lie: September, Ua
Cern Dull and steady) Na Sc&sh, Wc; Na S,
l7He. Na 8 yullew, tee.
OATS-Qulet: Na 2 cash, Styie.
Stabbed in the Stere !
0. K. Finesteck still alive
but very low, and can't
The terrible stab of Finesteck at
Henry Ort's store brings Its natural re
sults. Stock Is going fiiit. Lew prices
lower the stock te rnpidly that it can't
last long, and these 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 skelc skelc
ten which any ;;urse can wrestle with.
Come and try it.
Xe. 11 East Secen St., jlaysville, Ky.
lugs DRUG STORE
A Firdt-clnsd Line of
Found in a Drue: Stere.
POWER & REYNOLDS.
and Consumers of Oil.
I hnvc a lnrge supply of Oil for
AH nt Lewest 1'rlcM. MILLS, &c.
J. JAMES WOOD,
DKUGU1ST. Muysville Ky.
Before huyiiur 11 Gas T?flT TDQT?
SteTe, see the " JuULlr OHl
It cooks with 11 current of het air. Te
be had of
. JO. UJj-UHAlU, 13 Knt second M.
WHITE, JUDD & CO.
-Are Mill In the-
At Ne. 42 W. Second Street.
XV II tt ISWOItrll,HII. I W. II. M UlSNOItTII, JH.
WADSWOitTH A: SON.
ATlOnSVYS AT LA If.
Tim m'lU'ral urucllrn of Liw
The latent Lecal Ami tthetle fur the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Fer keeping )our teeth and gums In order
use SaiHJiila, best teeth unh known te the
world. Olllce, Second street.
Netice of Incorporation of Maysxille
1 Netice Is herehvglx en that Jehn T. Flem
ing. J C. Pecer.T H. N tfmlth, Krnle White,
I). iiechlngei. Cleon C Oweim. J. A. lti.i.d
Themas Plilster, W w. Hall and M. J. Mc
Carthy hae lerined H c-oinerntlon nnniivl
mh s ilia r-aiiliarluui company, in accordance
with the prolsiens or Cliapiei sn, General
2. The principal place or business is Mnjs
vllle, M116011 count), Kcntuck)
II. The business of the coiperatlon is te es
tablish and maintain nn institute at Ma) svllle
for the eure of the II0.1101, tobacco and mor
4. The capital stock Is ten thousand dollars,
dlvkled Inte shares et ten dollars each, te be
paid ler In innnei or ether property Hsmnvbu
ngieed iikii, te be paid ,'n 011 call or Directors.
ft. Thocarpniutlen begins May 0th, itfB, and
is te continue Ter tw cut) -tlve) eats.
(I. The business of the company shall be
managed by a Heard et ttie Directors, 11 he
shall be elected annually bv the stockholders
Mind who shall held ofllce for ene year and
uiiiii inuir Biicivsrers aiu uiecieu ami quai
tied. The Directors shall from their ntimbet
eleet a President ami Vloc-Presldout, and
from their number or the stockholders, n Sec
rotary and Treasurer.
T. The highest amount of Indebtedness or
liability te which the corporation Is te sub.
Ject Itselt Is two thousand dollars,
ti. The private property or the stockholders
is te be exempt from the corporate debts.
JOHN T. VLKMINO, President.
Attest) Tnes. It. Phistkk, Sec, and Trws.
Te license Peddling Spectacles mul Eye
Glasses In theCltyef ilajsvllle.
He UerdaUitd hu the Heard of Ceuncttmen of
Wie city of Mayntue, That It shall he unlawful
for any Unveting or Itinerant person' te offer
for eale spectacles or eye-glassce within the
limits or the city of Maysvllle without having
first obtained nllccnse as provided herein.
Sec. 8. Every traveling or Itinerant person
desiring te pcudle or sell spectacles or eyo eye
Kiusscs In the city of MaysMlle shall, bofero
delnpr se, obtain from the Mayer of en 1 elty a
Ilcetise se te Ue nt f 35 per yenr te sell 1 10 said
articles, and no license shall be issued r less
than one j ear.
Sec. a. Any person found guilty of a lolat lelat
lug section ene of this ordinance shall be
lined the sum of e.V) for each ollensc.
Sec. 4. This ordluuuce shall be in force and
take ctfect from and after Its passage
Adopted ir. Council Jlny 5th, 1MB.
WILLIAM II. COX, President.
MAitTl.v A. O'llAltK. City Clerk.
Te I'mcnt Tampering With Street Stalling
Bexes In the City of JIjsilIc.
lie it nnlalncd by the Heard of Ceuncllmcn of
the citu of MaytvlUe. Thnt it shall be unlawful
for any perBeti or persons te tamper with any
of the sttcet mulling boxes, or te take or col
lect any mall mutter therefrem. It shnll also
he unlawful for any person or persons wear
ing the carriers' uniform, Including the car
riers, te tamper with or collect mall from the
boxes nt ethor than the usual and regular col
Skc. X. He tt further ordained. That nny
pei son violating any of the prevision of this
ordinance shall, upon conviction bofero the
Majer, be punishable by a Dne et net less
than ten dollars nor mero thnn fifty dollars
for each ctfense, te be collected and accounted
ler as ether tines.
Sec. U. He ft further etdrtneil. That this or
dinance shnll be In full lorcennd effect from
und niter Its passage.
Adopted In Council May 5th, IMG.
n WILLIAM II. COX. President.
M utri.v O'llAitE, City Clerk.
Te Pieent Traveling or Itinerant Doctors
from Practicing Jleillclneln the
Cltj of MRjsUUe.
He fu onto hied hy the Heanl of Cmincllmen of
the city of Mayxville, That It shall be unlawful
ler any traveling or itinerant doctor te prac
tice medicine in any of its branches' within
the limits or this city. Te open nn otllce for
such purpose, or nunounce te tlie public in
nny ether way an Intention te practice medi
cine, shall be tin effense within the meaning of
thli ordinance. Provided that nothing in this
ordinance shall be construed us prehibiting:
any reputable phj slcinn or surgeon from nny
ether place being called here, cither te visit a
patient, or in consultation with any reputnble
physician of this city.
Sic. "J. Any person convicted of the viola viela viola
tleaof rolsieus of section one or this erdl
nitnce shall be lined the sum of flfty dollars
for each duj se engaged in the practice of
Src. il. This ordinance shall be hi effect
trem and nttcr its pasi-nge.
Adopted In Council Muj 5th, lt-'rj.
WILLIAM II. COX, President.
M iltTlN A. O'Hutr. City Clerk.
l.ejing the Taxes In the Oltj of JIajsUle
for the Vearlll'Ji.
He tt nidalnrd by the Heard of Omnettmenef
the City f Mawvule, That a tax or Se cents
en 'each ene hundred dollars' worth of taxa taxa
bie property In the city of Mil) svllle, except
ing sixth ward, be, nnd the same Is hereby,
leied ler the purpose or taking up outstand
ing Indebtedness, and the Collector and Trea
surer Is authorized te collect the eame nnd
account for It according te law.
He it further ordained, Thnt u tax or IX) cents
en each ene hundred dollars' worth of taxa
ble property In the city of Ma) svllle be, and
the same Is hereby, levied for general pur
poses, the Collector and Treasurer te collect
the same and account for It according te law.
He ttfurthrr enlained. That a tax et 10 cents
en each one hundred dollars' worth et taxa taxa
ble prepert) In the city of MaysIIIe be. and
the camels hereby, levied for school purposes,
te be collected und accounted ler according te
law by the Collector and Treasurer.
He it further enlained. That a poll tax of
1 50 en each male Inhabitant or the city of
Maj s Hie 01 er twenty-one year of age be.
and the same Is hereby, levied for the )ear
'.ti, te be collected and accounted for by the
Collector nud Trciihurer, nnd Marshal, accord
ing te law.
Adopted in Council June 2d, W.
WILLIAM H. COX. Prcsldent.
M vitin A O'H utE, City Clerk.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO.
OF M418VIM.K, KY.
Aiit I lle It known that William H. Cox,
Themas A. Davis, W. H. Wndswerth. Jr., Sam
uel T Hickman, A. 31. J. Cechnin, SI. C. Hug
sell, Geerge L. Cox und Allen A. Kdmends,
have this day associated themselves tegether
nnd beceme incorporated under and b) vlrtue
of Chapter Wef the nencral 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 w ith, and shall have
perpetual succession nnd a common seal, with
power te alter same nt pleasure.
AltT. 2. The cnpital sleck of said Corpora
tion shall be 5.000, dl Ided Inte shares of
$10 each, and the same shall be transfera
ble b) written ii6siguuient en the certificate,
and hen triinsterred the certificate ter same
shall be surrendered te the Company and can
celed, and new ones Issued In lieu thereof.
Aut .1 This Corporation is organized for
the purine of publishing a newspaper In the
clt) et Shi) sMlle. and distributing the same
throughout the state of Kentuck), and forthe .
carr)lng en of a general newspaper business
lu said clt) and state.
Aut 4 The principal place of business of
said CoriKirntien shall be at .Mill svllle. Ky.
The capital mock et snld Corporation may be
Increased nt n meeting or the stockholders
(these holding a majority of the stock assent
ing thereto) te any sum net exceeding $10,
two. This Corporation may organize when
THO shares of Its stock is subscribed. Stock
ma) be paid for In money or equivalent at en
agreed contract price, and any stock net sub
set (bed ler maj be sold from time te time,
as the Directors may direct and authorize,
and the certificate et stock shall be signed by
the Ptesldent and Secretary, and the corpo
rate heal shall be alllxed te same.
Akt. ft The Corporation shall be managed
by a Directory of tlve persons who shall be '
elected annual!. at the Company's odlce In
3Ia svllle, Ky , en the 1st Slenday In Starch of
eacn jeiu. it. ter nnj
net be an election held
ler any reason, there should
Ul at the time fixed, the
Directors In eltlce Shall continue us such until
their succes-ers are elected and qualified.
Aut. I! The Directors shall cheese from
their number a Piesldent nnd Vice-President,
nud lrem said number or the stockholders a
Socretar) nnd Treasurer, 01, If they see fit,
the) ma) eomhlne these two officers Inte one.
iney Minn eiect hu i.uuer, unci may elect an
assistant te the Kdlter. both of whose duties
and tenure et oillee they may llx and pre
scribe b) by.lawsnt the Cempiui), which by
laws a majetlty or the Directors may adept
ler the management el the Cempnny's'afialrs.
Akt 7. The Company shall net Incur an
Indebtedness exceeding, In the aggregate, at
anyone time, n sum equnl te one-hall of the
capital stock paid In.
Aiit. 8. The private property of the stock
holder of this Company shall be exempt
lrem all debts or liabilities of the Corpora Corpora Cerpera
lion. Aht. I). TJ10 Corporation shall begin when
It shall hae organized, as provided Ter herein,
and shall continue as long as may be necoa necea
sary, according te Inw.
In witness whoreer, the said Incorporators
hae hereunto set their hands this 10th day of
Wll.UAM 11, COX,
Tiiexus A. Davis.
W. II. WADtVHfmTH, J 1
S T. IllCKMlN,
A. SI. J. COCHKAN,
M. C. KlTSSlXU,
, a 10. l. cex,
Ai.i-ln A, Edmonds.
8ttb or Kentucky, i v,
.Masen County. (w
I. T. SI. Pearce, Cleik or the County Court
Ter the county and state aforesaid, de certify
that the foregoing Article or Incorporation or
Tlie Publle Ledger Ce. was, en Slareu lOMW,
produced te tne In said county, and acknowl
edged by said Themas A. Davis. William H.
Cox. W. II. Wadsworth, Jr.,8.T. lllekwau. M.
C. Hussell. Geerge L. Cox nnd Allen A. JW
mends each te he their act and deed, and eh
March 14, ISIS, the same was again reproduced
te me and. aoknewledirod by A. M. J. Coehnui
te be hit net and deed. Hnd Imlmxl for mnnril.
whorcupen the same, together with tnlfe m
tlfleate, hath been duly reennted in my tmtm,
' reeenieu in my tmm,
M. PKABCIt, CWk.
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