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What' the Police of Pittsburgh
Ikens Full of
Correspondence Shown that Anarchists
11 ll vii Ahlrilnv l'lnoes In New Tnrk.
K I Chlonge, and Denver Henry llntinr,
the Anarchist, Under Arrest.
PiTTflnuiiOH, July 27. The police arc
4 '"jubilant ever the arrest of Carl Knold,
and bollevo that they are en the way
toward the fountain head of the con
spiracy that culminated in the tragedy
of Saturday last. In the rooms of
Ktield's house were found lnrtfe quan
tities of anarchistic literature and cor
respondence, indicating that anarchists
have abiding places In New Yerk,
Chicago, Denver and ether points.
A large number of ciphers and
cipher communications found 'in
dicated the existence of a general
and secret mode of communica
tion. One of these enclosed in an en
velope bearing a New Yerk date, ap
peared te be based upon tlte Hebrew
alphabet. This seemed te dovetail in
with a second that appeared te be Bim-
'A-fPiy U UUIUUIUUUUU UI UULUUJIUgtUlU
scrawis, anu mis uy ngurcs en lis uacK
" (was apparently a key te a third, in the
front of an Ingenious geometrical chart
y-' with numerous curves, each different
1 from the ether. A linen railroad map
Yt of the United States hud upon it three
,.:(ninrks, intended te Indicate air lines be-
tween new loricnnuChicage.anu these
j were marked at intervals with Hgurcs,
, which related te cipher words en the
Ml The place must have been used as
.'headquarters for the distribution of
'this dangerous stuff. There were many
copies e Freedom, a rabidly unarehistic
sheet edited by Lucy Parsons, the dusky
relict of the executed anarchist in Chi
cago. The paper was filled with mat
ter bloodthirsty and bombastic, sonic of
i 'the articles calling upon anarchists te
pull down the wage question and wage
1 There was also a bundle of another
Chicago nnarchlstie sheet, named "(ins-
alift," printed en deep red paper, und
of Herr Most's "Freiht." Seme had
V black and ethers red borders.
' ' . Of various communications In Ocr-
man, and written from widely separated
i places, there was enough te fill a small
i; satchel, while as a iinallc the police
U, came across a packet of tickets for a raf-
. fie of a fine relief picture of the "live
-martyr of the working class," Spies,
Parsons, Lingg, Dngle and Fisher, the
,v proceeds te go "for the benefit of the
English agitation," and the rallle te be
' held next month.
Knold is still ut the Central station,
and information cfti some kind will be
made against him IS order te beeure his
detention. He is lljry unlikely te se
cure bail, for his 5npleyers, who had
no knowledge of his anarchistic tem
perament, have declined te stand by
All the available detectives of the city
arc engaged in a search for a satchel
carried by Ucrgmau when he entered
the city, as it is thought that it may
contain documents or ether matter
which may afford additional clews te
Bergman is beginning te chafe under
the strict discipline and frugal fare of
rthe county jail, and he is mere ugly and
", morose in his disposition than ever. He
; denies that he is acquainted with
Knold or stepped at his house, und
"' wlien confronted with a man who saw
him in the place, he persisted in
f his denial with considerable velu-
,bility and a dangerous gleam in
his eye. When he was leld that under
the six informatiens filed against him
by Secretary Lovejoy felonious shoot sheet
ing, felonious cutting and felonious
entry he could, upon conviction, be
sentenced te S3 years' imprisonment, he
merely shrugged his shoulders, and
then, going In the further corner of his
cell, puffed viciously at his cigarette,
The report'frem Mr. Frick's home
this morning is that all through the
night his condition was entirely satis-
factory. Jle slept most of the night
and awoke this morning refreshed und
Tyesday morning Mr. Lovejoy said:
"Mr. Carnegie will net ceme here until
" we send for him."
, At.lJ.50 five police officers arrested in
' Allegheny Henry Bauer, the head
,v cen'Jcr of the anarchists of this region.
The officials regard the arrest of
BuMer the most important since the
- sheeting. He is a profession ul agitator,
drawing his support from the anarchist
groups, und devotes his" time te the dis
tribution of the revolutionary litera
ture received from Chicago, He, lives
vyith a" shoemaker at 73 Spring Gnnjca
street, Allegheny, where he was cap
tured. On Sunday he was teen enter
ing Kneid's house with a parcel.
I Irltlidruwnl of Troop Frem Ilentmtesd.
Homestead, Pa, July 87. The with-
( nival of soldiers from Homestead has
Commenced. Wildly enthusiastic cheer-
ng Tuesday among the hundreds of
white tents en Shanty Hill proclaimed
no fact te the strikers in their homes
t ihe feet of the slope. The lucky
boys la blue who were the first ones te
t marching orders were the members
'of the Eighth regiment It is believed
frtSUV MWMB TV 4 t tMtUWMJT WU VT
moved until only two regiment remain.
These two regiments will be held until
there la no further danger of trouble.
On the 787th Uallet.
"Little Reck, Ark., July 27. (Jen.
Rebert Ifeill, of Independence county,
Kansas, was Tuesday nominated for
congress from the Sixth district. He
received forty-seven Vetes, en the 757th
ballet The convention assembled last
PeKTLAM), Ind,, July 27. Fer seventy-two
hours the temperature in this
(wetleB of the state has been the high
est ever known, ranging from 100 te
JM in the shade. A number of heat
,lr prosirawefH are rverveu.
Of Jit. HterlltiBT, Ky., nail a Cemtnhta.
- Killed by a Horne-Thler.
Mt. Stkhline, Ky., July 27. This
city Is in the highest state of excite-
kment and business Is nlmest cntlrely
suspended. Mere than 100 men are In
arms und In pursuit of the horse-thief,
Hendersen Hurley, of Madisen county,
who Tuesday morning killed the jailer
of this county, Cavnnaugh Tipton, and
Constable Themas Heward, and wound
ed Geerge Rayberne. The facts from
the only witness of the posse, E. 11
Keith, are these:
Monday Jailer Tipton received a
telegram from Madisen county telling
of the stealing that the thief hnd done.
Mr. Tipton started after Hurley, taking
with him the men named, whom he
picked up en route. H'ir'v was found
in Jehn Pett's house, in, Menifee coun
ty, some 18 miles from hcr.
They surrounded the plucc, but a
wateh-deg made se much noise that
they determined te enter the house.
Tipton first entered aud sat down in a
chair. As Pett struck a match, Tipton
was shot by Hurley from under the
bed, the ball entering the brain, from
which he died In a few hours.
Heward then entered and the thief
fired a second shot The ball entered
Heward's forehead, killing him instant
ly. Itayberne then entered the room and
was shot in the shoulder. The thiei
then ran from the room into the weeds
and is yet nt large. A K. & S. A. train
is new leaving with mere men and phy
sicians. OUTLAW AT BAY.
A V. S. Mursliul und l'osse llent en 1IU
Nashvii.lk, Tenn., July 27. Putnam
county has the most desperate outlaw
known in Tennessee for many years.
Ills name is Jehnsen Slean and he is
an ex-postmaster. He was indicted for
robbing the mails, und Inst Friday
killed ene of the deputy marshals who
went te arrest him. After the killing
he rode into Cookville, the county
scut of Putnam, and terrorized the
whole town. Stores were closed and
business suspended till he left He ran
the postmaster out of town, and made
the sheriff fellow suit Since then he
has been at his home with six ready
Winchester rillcs defying urrcst United
States Marshall C. B. Harrison, brother
of President Harrison, is en the ground
and has get the sheriff te organic a
posse of 100 men, of which he and a
deputy marshull are leaders, ami they
have decided te make an attack te-day.
Ne one doubts but that a number of
men will be killed.
A Curhey of Milphurle Add Cxpludet, Scut
tfii'hiK the Liquid Over tliu llmly of .lehu
Cincinnati, July 27. Jehn Bede, aged
55 years, has been at the Graselli chem
ical works for 20 years. Tuesday morn
ing he was sent out into the ynrd te
empty a carboy of sulphuric acid. In
picking up the big glass bottle the con
tents were shaken up, causing a
fearful explosion. The fiery fiuid was
scattered all ever the peer fellow,
who sank te the ground moan mean
ing with pain. The explosion at
tracted fellow-workmen, and Bede
was taken home. His breast and arms
and neck presented u horrible appear
ance. The skin was charred te a crisp,
and in places the ruw llesh was ex
posed. Fortunately the acid did net
strike his eyes. The carboy was left in
the ynrd all night and It Is supposed
that the heat was largely responsible
for the chemical changes resulting in
SCARED INTO CONFESSION.
A PrUnnur Who Thought He AVan Dying
Frem Sunstroke Cleiir Up a MjHlvrloue
BnisxeiTenn., July 27. Gee. Denny,
a white prisoner in Sullivan county,
who thought he was dying from sun
stroke, has made a strange confession
that clears up a mystery. He says he
Baw Will Richards, a young street-car
driver, aud James Kinney, an over ever
hauler,murder JackOvcrstrect, the night
watchman at the street-car stables,
December 15 of last year. The stables
and all the company's property, amount
ing te thousands of dollars, were
burned, und the charred remains of the
colored watchman were Incused in a
dozen barrel hoops. Denny claims that
the murderers compelled him at the
point of a pistol te swear eternal si
lence, but the police th Ink he was a
participant in the'awful crime. Rich
urds and Kinney are new under arrest
KlRht Foremen jult.
Hemkstkai), Pa., July 27. As a result
of the sheeting of Mr, Frick eight fore
men left tlte mill Monday, and also a
number of men, It was stated. The
feremun of the mechanical department
said they had been told by Amalgamated
men that they had better quit and
through four of being shot they had
done se. The Amalgamated men deny
this, and say they quit en account of
being disgusted with the non-union
l'oltened by lee Cream.
Walten, Ky., July 27. The family
of Enech West of Berkshire, Ky., ten
miles from this place, was poisoned
from eating ice cream. Miss Annie
Spillman, who was visiting the family,
died in awful ag6ny. The balunce of
the family arc suffering; some are In a
8rw Kxcept In One Mntter.
Mkmimiis, Tenn., July 27. In the
Alice Mitchell cese experts testified that
Alice wassaue in every thing except her
Infatuation ,for Freda Ward, in which
she Was eccentric, although there were
no improper relations between the two.
An KuilteViIrr Arretted.
Bukkaie, N. Y., July 2". Cashier
Frunk C Fester has been arrested for
the alleged embezzlement of nearly 10,
000 from the Buffalo Ice Ce. He falsi
fied accounts te cover up his pecula
tion. A Meet Muirur Failure.
Menthkai., Que., July 27. The West
Furnham Beet Sugar Ce., of the t're.
vince et Quebec has tande an assign
ment. (Liabilities, 100,000; assets,' enly5
Gathered Frem All Parts or the Country
Gladstone remains In goal health, in
spite of the fatigue of the recent cam
paign. The latest rumor rfbeut Senater Da
'id B. Hill Is that he is contemplating
a trip te Europe.
The people's party, in state conven
tion ut Ellensburg, Wash., nemlnuted
In a scrap te secure a revolver Mare
Sadler was accidentally shot and killed
by his wife In St Leuis.
A slight Bheck of earthquake was felt
In San Francisce a few minutes uftcr 3
o'clock Tuesday morning.
Ten players of the Philadelphia base
ball club made affidavit Tuesday that
thelr salaries have net been cut
Little Blanche Mehler, aged (1, of
Keyser, W. Va., was burned te death.
She was playing with a box of matches.
W. L. Wilsen was reneminated for
congress Tuesday by the domecratlo
convention for the Secend district of
O. F. Hertcl, of Mauds, O., had a
monstrosity In the shape of a chicken
with four legs and wings. The chicken
lived three weeks.
Mrs. Ida Heffman, who gave ball for
Most In 18S6 when he was In trouble Is
dead. She was the wife of Dr. Hoff Heff
man, also an enthusiastic anarchist.
Maj. J. II. Wynn, who killed his wife
and stepdaughter with an ax near
Burns, Tenn., was captured at Char Char
eotte by a mob and hanged te a tree.
A gang of men are traveling through
West Virginia making contracts for
painting reefs. They offer te paint a
reef for $5 and then de the work with
very inferior paint
A beat containing five Americans
was capsized In the river Reuss. One
lady was drowned. The ether occu
pants of the beat were rescued by
people en the banks of the stream.
Advices from Vladivosteck report that
there ure twelve thousand men engaged
in laying the eastern section of the
Trans-Siberian railway, and that the
work will be completed next autumn.
At New Orleans A. W. Alexander, la
bor agent 30 years old, was shot and
killed by his brother-in-law, A. H.
Jenes, 20 years old, ut the deer of the
latter's rcsidencc. Alexander was a
native of Anniston, Ala. Family trouble
A special telegram te the Anglo Angle
American says that ex-President Bo Be
gran, of Honduras, has lied te the
United States; that Cciba and Trujllle
are still held by the revolutionists, and
that President Lciva desires peace at
Nehcmiah Hulett, treasurer of St
Leuis county, Minn., three terms, drop
ped dead at Aldrich station. He was
running te catch a train, and the exer
tion caused heart failure, no was 70
years old, and one of the wealthiest
men of the county.
The heat in the hall of the national
house Tuesday was Intensely oppres
sive. Almest every member had pro
vided himself with a fan, and these
who had net been thus provident re
sorted te handkerchiefs and newspapers
te create a temporary breeze.
At Washington the het weather con
tinued Tuesday with Increased severity,
the thermometer at the weather bureau
registering a maximum of 09 degrees,
while in one portion of the city the
mercury ruse te 100 degrees. Severul
prostrations were reported, but none
se far as Is known, have resulted fa
Cincinnati, July 27.
Kiecn Winter pateat, M.2534.60;,faney, txn
LOO; family, tZC&ZXOO, extra, FiatftZWi low
grade, tl.732.10-, spring pateat, S4.30&4.63;
spring fancy, 11753 1H). spring family, W35
&0& ItytJ flour, H.1031 33,
Coen Ne. 2 white sbelled was steady at 55c
Ne. S mixed was scarce and In demand ati2ftQ
Oats The marfcat was quiet and easy. Ne.
8 white, scarce and held at IWc and Ne. 2
mixed, slew at 31c, buyers bidding 33a Ne. 3
white, Was mere active and firmer.
' Ktb Small lets of new Ne. Z, sold at We and
straight car lets were held at Oflc. Ne. 8 sold te
a limited extent at 60e4 buyers bid C$&Q3c for
Cattiji Shipper Geed te choice, M.25
4.7fc common te fair, taaa4.ea Oxen: Geed
te c&elce, I3.CMIX7V common, tl.7N33.0O;,
select butcher, KlTMHOO; flr te geed, IS.OOO
8.7fc common, l.7SAM. Heifers: Goe4 te
choice, 13.M4J3.KM geed te chofee light. tt.XX
8.50: common te fair, tl.5a&2JUu
Hoes Select heavy and prlmebutchers, "5.(15
00,00, (none of the best en salcj, (,tlr te. Reed
packing, !5.i.Mi5.M; common and rough, 15.003
5.50..f.Or te geed light, S5.70S5.90; faUpigSrt&SS
5,'eb; comreon.and thlq pigs, M.25ftU.8B;iews
and rough stugti S1.25&4.75.
Sussp anu Law us Wethers and yearlings,
M.7VQA2V; beat ewes, N JJ5ffll.7S: common te fair
mixed. faoe3.T5: steck1 fewcs7-lJaa4.Z5: extra,
M.NX- Lainti-f-Det shippers, MjS&.30; extra,
t&eiAibi. fair te geed, S5.75i3a.25; coarne und
neaVy,t:7545.7a; botchers', 4 00OX25.
New Yerk, July 27.
WneAT Na 2 red advanced JiffiHoen firmer
cableu, decreose en passage
Rt& Quiet, llrmcr; western, 73378c.
Ceils Ne. 2 autet at He up. Ne. 2, eo&dle;
Oats Ne. 2, quiet, firmer; western, 35y,43c;
DALX1M0HR, July 7.
Wheat. Steady; Ne. 2 red spot and
July, 824382tfe; August, BSUIt&fce; q.
Cer.1 Firm; mixed, spot, M2Mc; July,
65Vfcc bid; August add September 55e bid.
Oats Inactive; Ne. 2 white western. 3&
3&Me; Na 2 red western, 85e.
11Y&-Dull ; Ne. 2,72c
Chicago, July 27.
Fseun and Quain. Cash quotatiens: flour
dull and weak, but net quotably lower. Na 8
spring wheat, TSje; Ne. 3 spring wheat, T3c;
Na 2 red 7BV3T9clNe. 2 corn, SIUc: Ne. 8
eats SlWlSlUe; Na 2 white, t. a b., 8435e;
Na 3 white, SXiQ&He; Ne. 2 rye, 6Te; Ne, 2
barley, C!c; Na 8, no aelesi Na, 4 V a h, Hi
&40ec Na 1 flaxseed, ff.UlH.
PHILADELPHIA, July 27.
Wheat A shade firmer; new steamer Na 2
in expert elevator, 8le; Na 2 red July and
Cehm Options firm; local cur lets slew and
prices weak, ungraded low mixed In elevator,
Mc; Ne 2 mixed truck, 54c; Ne. 2 mixed July,
Oath Cur lets dull; futures Inactive: Na f
mixed, UJh'ct Na 2 white In elevator, 39339!&;
de track und grain depot. 39He, de choice, 40
Na 2 while July, 38 VdWe.
Whbat Actlve and easier; Ne 2 rush and
July, 8uMe; August, 80!4e; September, HOtf c
Cehn Dull and steady; Na 2 cash July sod
Oats Quiet; cash, 3B&
HM Dull; August, 66e.
. CLOVBHSUD-DuUt prime eua, 17.06; Oet
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THE PRESS. 'M Park Rew. New Yerk.
Allen A, Edmonds,
reBLi: le::e2 3jil:i:;3,
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
THAT CAN BE
M. C. Russell & Sen
will be femiil en the
jj tlurinp; the Imihliiiff of tlieir new
J Call mid See Them.
Small, the Tailor
CA UE FOUND AT HIS
EMPORIUM of FASHION
Ne. X lO Market Slrrrt,
Gee. M. dinger & Sen,
RRICK MASONS AND CONTRACTORS !
Estlmstes made en all claiies of Werk.
Leck Bex 417, MAYSVILLK. KY.
Tlv T it sATvrmr.L
U1' U ' - WXXXU.SJX-IAJ,
Kx-reNlilent Huricemi (IikmI SumurllRii llexpltnl,
Kx-KCtliiK SinicrlnlenilcMt I.qiiknIew
OMm hikI HealilriK'ei
TAIrit Ntrtrl, oef ilnnr llVit of Marl ft.
J. J. FITZGERALD,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter!
11 West Sei'etul Street,
Jewel (ins Steves.
4 and'ckmktkry work,
it (ImiMt iiml Marbtt,
M. R. GILM0RE,
KM W, tlKeOMll HTKKKT, MAYHVIM.K, KY.
W-Frten Hullillim Work,li9WHU,ite., st
"ev AN ORDINANCE .yJa
"a iW y Te J01180 I'eddllntf Spectacles snil Hjc- "fjJH
&gl . ' '. Glasses In the City of Mayivllle. 19
ICE CfiEAM SODA
makes a mortal fuel ns though
the gates of Paradise were
opened wide. Henry Ort In
vites you te enjoy a similar
treat by viewing his summer
line of EURMTURE
at his expense, nnd te become
possessor of the latest novel
ties in fashionable furniture.
He suireis by the cut in prices,
but he is ever, ladies, your
HENRY ORT, MAYSVJLLE.
Ne. 1 1 Knst spc nmt Mrfet.
A First-eliHS Line of
Found in a Druij Stere.
POWER & REYNOLDS.
and Ceiibiuners of Oil.
I have a latie supply of Oil for
All at Lew. -st riles;, MILLS, &c.
J. JAMES WOOD
Before buying n Gas TJ pj TDQT?
It cooks with a current of licit air. Te
be had of
O. JJ. UJiDHAM, lVisterimaVt!
WHITE, JUDD & CO.
At Ne. 42 W. Second Street.
W.H.W.UIS.WOHTII, M. W. II. W.I)s()KTII, JH.
WADSWOHTH i SON,
The Kt'inral practice ut Law .
T. H.N. SMITH. nTiNTTPT'
Tlit latent Lecal Ana rlhctle for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Fer kcepliiK our tfetli mid kmiiiib In order
IUQ SllMMlla, llCSt tOUtll WHbtl ktieMi te tliu
nerld. Olllee. Sceenil street.
Netice of liicoriieration of Maysille
1. Netice Is hoi t'livjrlven that JelmT. Klein
lilK. J.C. l'eeer.T. II. N. Sinltti, Kinle White,
ii. uii'iimper, lrmmi j. immmis, j. . iti'l'il,
Themas 11. FliNler, W. V. lliUI and l. J. Jle-
i-iiriiiy nave leruieu h cerKiriitlm named
Mil) svllle Siinltni I mil Ceinpany, In Heeordanee
Willi the pmvlRldiis or Chapter HI, (leneral
-. The pilncipiil place et tiusines U Mays
villi1, Masen county, Kentucky.
:). The lnulnet-sef the isirporatleu I? te es
tablish and maintain an Institute at Mnysville
for the euro of the lliiuir, tobacco and mor
4. The capital Meck I- ten thousand dollars,
divided Inte Hluuefint ten dollars each, te he
paid ler In money or nt tier pmpeity hi may lie
airrcciluiKiii, te (te paid In en call of Directors.
i. ThoeeiiKiratlon IiekIhh MaylHIi.lMi'.', ami
Is tocentlntio Ter twenty-tlve yours.
0. Tlie.tntgliifM et 'tin' eemruny cliall be
maiiHifeil by Heard nf tivw Directors, who
shall be elected annually bv the stockholders
ami who shall held eUlee ter ene jcar Hinl
until thelr iiccosers aie elected and qual
fled. Tliu Directors slmll Irein thelr nunibci
elect a l'resldent and Vlco-Prcsldent, and
from thelr number or the stockholders, a Sec
rrtary and TrcNiurer.
7. The hlifhest amount of Indebtedness or
liability te which the corporation Is te sub
ject Ittclt Is two thousand dollars.
8. The private property or the stockholders
li te boe.xomnt from the corporate dubts,
JOHN.T. VLKMIN0, ln14ent.
Atteiti Thes. K. Phistkk, Bee, and Tress.
the city nf MawviUc, That It shall be unlawful
fur any travellmr or Itinerant Persen toseffor
for saie spectacles or oye-irlasses within the
limits of the city of Maysvllle without having
lint obtained a Ilcense ns provided herein.
Sec. S. Kvery trnvellntr or Itlnernnt person
dcslrlnir te pcildle or sell spectucles orloye erloye orleye
Klnsfcs In the city of Maysvllle shall, bofero
delriK se, obtain from tliu Mayer of said city a
Hccnse se te de at tXi per year te sell f " said
articles, and no llconse shall be issued f r less
than oiie year.
Bec. 3, Any person found guilty or violat
ing section ene of this ordlnance shall be
(Ined the sum nf 50 for each olTenso.
8kc. 1. This ordinance shall be in ferce and .
take elfcct lrem nnd after Its passage,
Adopted In Council May fith, 1W2.
WILLIAM II. COX, President.
Maiiti.v A. O'Hahe. City Clerk.
Te Present Tampering With .Street Mailing
liexcsln the City of Msjsville.
Jle itenlatned hu the Heard of Ceuncttmtn hf
the cltu of Mamvillc, That It shall be unlawful
ter any person or persons te tamper with nny
et the street mailing bexe, or totakeor col
lect any mall matter therelrem. It shall ulse
be unlawlul for any person or persons wear
ing the carriers' uniform, Including the car
rlurs, te tamper with or collect mall from tlie
boxes Ht ether than the usual and regular col
Skc. -'. lie, it further ertlalntil. That any
person violating nny or the previsions of this
ordlnance shall, upon conviction before tlie
Mayer, be punishable by a One et net less
than ten dollars nor mere than fllty dollars
ler each elfense, te be collected mid accounted
ter as ether tines.
Sec. 3. He it further enlrincil. That this or er or
dlnaneo shall be in lull lerceaud etTcct from
and after Its passage.
Adopted In Council JlayCth.lMrJ.
WILLIAM H. COX, President.
Mahti.v O'Hahe. City Cleric.
Te Preent Triuelliig or Itinerant Doctors
from Practicing Jledlelue In the
City or Majsvllle.
lie In enlalneil hu the Heard of Cuunellmtn of
thr cltu of Mau'VUlc, That it shall be unlawful
ler any traveling or Itinerant doctor te prac
tice medlclne In nny et its branches within
the limits et this city. Te open an olllce for
such purpose, or announce te the public in
any ether way an Intention te practice medi
cine, shall be an ollene within the meaning of
this ordinance. Provided that nothing in this
ordlnance shnll be censtmed ns piehlblting
nny reputable physician or surgeon trem any
ether place being called here, either te Islt a
patient, or in consultation with nny reputable
physician of this city.
Sr.C. 2. Any pen-en convicted of the viola
tion of previsions et section one or thU erdl
nnnce shall be tlned the sum of nrty dollars
for each (day se engaged In the prnctice or
Sl.C. 3. This ordinance thnll be In effect
from and after Its passage.
Adopted In Council May fith, IH'J.
WILLIAM H COX. President.
Mautin- A. O'H he. City Clerk.
LeviiiL' the Taxes in the City or .MajsiUIe
for the Vearlli'JJ.
lie itmilatncd blithe Heard of Ceuncilinin of
the Citu of Mawcillc, That a tax et ' cents
en each ene hundred dollars' worth of taxa
ble property In the city el Majsvllle, except
ing felth Ward, be, nnd the sumo Is hereby.
leMed for the purpose or taking up outstand
ing indebtedness, and the Collector and Trea
surer Is authorized te collect the same and
account ler It according te law.
U further enlainul, That a tav or Pi) cents
en each one hundred dollars' worth or taxa
ble property In the city et Maysvllle be, and
the same Is hereby, levied for general pur
poses, the Collector and Trensurer te collect
the same and account ter it according te law.
He ilfuithcrunlalncd. That a tax of 10 cents
en each one hundred dollars' worth et taxa
ble property In the city of Maysvllle be, and
the same is hereby, levied ler school purposes,
te be collected and accounted ter according te
law by the Collector and Treasurer.
He it fiirtln r enlainrd, That a poll tar of
1 .7) en each male inhabitant of the city of
Maj svllle ever tuenty-ene yeais et age be.
and the same Is hereby, levied ler the jear
IMtt, te be collected and accounted ler by the
Collector and Treasurer, and Marshal, accord
ing te law.
Adopted In Council June L'd. 1MU.
WILLIAM H. COX. Piesldqnt.
Muiti.nA O'Hahk, City Clerk.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
THE PUBLIC LEDGE I! CO.
OF MlYSVIM.l:, KV.
Aut. 1. lie it known that William H. Cox,
Themas a. I)nvl, W. II. Wadsverth. Jr.. Sam
uel T. Hickman, A. M. J. Cochran. M. C. Hus
cll, Geerge L. Cox nnd Allen A. Kdmends,
have this day associated theniseic together
and become Incorerated under and by virtue
or Chapter fiflet the neneral Statutes of the
State of Kentucky as The Public Ledger Com
pany and by that name shnll 6iie and be sued,
contract and be contracted with, and j.hall have
perpetual succession and a common seal, with
power te alter same nt pleasure.
Aut. L'. The capital stock et said Corpora
tion shall be J.I.OiO, divided into shares or
$10 each, and the same shall be tiansfora tiansfera tiansfora
bie by written assignment en the certificate,
and hen trunsterred the certificate ler sumo
shall be surrendered te the Coir pany and can
celed, and new ones Issued In lieu thereof,
Aiit. 3. Thin Corporation is organized for
the purpose of publishing a newspaper In the
city et Maysvllle. and distributing the same
throughout the state of Kentucky, and Ter the
carrjlng en or a general newspaper business
In said city and state.
Aut. 4. The principal place or business of
snld Corporation shall be at Mnysville. Ky.
'Ihe capital stock et Mild Corporation maybe
iucieased at a meeting et the stockholders
(these holding a majority or the stock assent
ing thereto) te any sum net exceeding $10,
(m. This Corporation may organize when
lieu shares or Its stock is subscribed. Stock
may be paid rer In money or equivalent at an
agreed contract price, and any stock net sub
scribed ler may be sold rrem time te time,
as the Directors tuny direct nnd autborize,
and the certificates et stock shall be signed by
the President and Secretary, and the corpo
rate seal shall be iilllxed te same.
Aut. S. The Corporation shall he managed
by a Directory nt tlve jHsrsens who shall be
elected annually at the Company's elllee in
Maysville, Ky . en the 1st Monday in March of
each year. If, ter any reason, there should
net be nil election held at the tlrae Axed, the
Directors In oilice shnll continue as such until
their successors are elected and qualified.
Aut. tl. The Directors shall chnose from
their number a Piesldent and Vlce-Presldent,
and from said number or the stockholders a
Secretary and Treasurer, or, ir they see lit,
they may cemblnn these tweplticcrs Inte ene.
They shall eleet an Editor, and may elect an '
assistant te the Kdlter, both or whose duties
and tenure of ettice they may tlx and pre
scribe by by-laws et the Company, which by
laws a majmlty et the Directors may adept
lei the management et the Cempnny'8'nffalrs.
Aut. ;. The Company shall net Incur an
Indebtedness exceeding. In the aggregate. At
anyone time, a sum equal te one-ball of the
capital stock paid In.
Aut. k The private property of the stock
holders et this Cemnanv shall be ninmnt
from all debts or liabilities of the Corpora
tion. Aut. li. The Corporation shall begin when
it shall have organized, as provided ter hereliy
and shall contlnue as long as may be neces
sary, according te law.
In witness whereer, the said Incorporators
have hereunto set their hands this 10th day of
William H. Cox. A. M. J. Cochran,
Themas A. Davis. M. C. Huskkll,
W. H. wapswehth, Jr., Oeo. L. Cox,
S T. Hickman, ali.kn a. Kdmends.
Statu ok Kkntitkv, i .,
Masen County. i-"
I. T. M. l'earce, Clerk of the County Court
for the county nnd state aforesaid, de certify
that the foregoing Artlcloer Incorporation of
The Public Uilger Oe. was, en March 10, 1SSK,
produced te tne In said county, and acknowl
edged by said Themas A. Davis, William H.
Cox, W.ll. Wadsworth, Jr., 8. T. Hlckrasn. M.
C. Hussell, Oeorge L. Cox and Allen A. IM
mends tiaeh te tm thelr act and deed, and mi
Aiarcn it, ih, tne same was again ropfewcM
te me and acknowledged by A. M. J, CekrM
te be his act and deed, and ledged for rawrt,
nneniutKitiiim mhie. luwviaer wiia IBM i
iiaeaie, nam Been duty iwetiw la nut a
Given uudsrwy ttandtM
I mm JifcrtHi.
H. FCAJKM. OMFtt.
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