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Expected at the Homestead Mills
in a Short Time.
Repert That Several Homestead
Unionists Will Quit Werk.
The l'ublle te He Treated te Sume News of
a Startling Nature Strangers l'rem
the Mills Treat With Strikers
In a aildnlght Meeting.
Homestead, Pa., Aug. 10. At mid
.niffht the advisory beard of the locked-
" ,'('out Garnegie workmen held a secret
i meeting aii ucuuquuricrB. j.uu susaiuu
lasted fan hour. The members of the
committee refused in the most posltlve
terms te make public the object of the
Chairman Tem Crawford said that ii
wasmcrely an informal talk between
the members of the beard) but from an an
'ether seurce it was learned that the
strikers received word last night that
400 men in the mill desired te quit work
.in a body and come out early in the
Just hew much truth there is in the
story it is Impossible te say, but this
much is certain: The members of the
advisory beard conferred with three or
four strangers at thelr nocturnal ses
sion and when it was all ever appeared
te be in the best of spirits.
' A committeeman, after stipulating
that his name should net be used, said:
ilT .....fl 11 . ...I.. ... .11.1 4 .- 1
?i' X VUU b Will UU WUUI WU IUU Ut UU1 III-
' .formal talk bundav nlzlit, but 1 will
say this: There will be important de
velopments within the next- 43 hours,
and if things turn out as we confidently
expect they will, the public will be
It ,. treated te some news of a startling
Ix J nature. The events and incidents of
the last ten hours have entirely changed
jt.' Ibe aspect of affairs. 1 don't mean by
( this that we have discovered any large
t amount of dissatisfaction in the mills
f ' or nnything of a kindred nature, but I
mean that the outlook at present Is de
cidedly roseate for us."
Superintendent Petter could net be
found, but ene of the clerks of the com
pany said that there was a rumor that
the government Inspectors had refused
te accept the plates recently turned out
by the new men. There was still an
other story en the streets of Homestead.
It was te the effect that the advisory
beard had succeeded In consummating
a deal with 000 or 700 of the non-union
men, ahd that, barring accidents, 000
men would come out before Wednesday
night. The midnight session of the ad
visory beard gave a coloring of truth te
this story, and It Is believed by a ma
jority of the strikers.
Frem Chicago te the lantern Coast I the
Invention of u Weman.
Chicago; Aug. 10. Mrs. X. E. Heas-
ley of this city is the Inventor of a
grain pipe line for carrying grain
through pipes. The project Is still In
. Its inciplency, but Mrs. Ueasley is con
fident of the final success of the inven
tion. The scheme is te lay pipes from
Chicago te .the Atlantic coast The
grain Is te be carried in a
continuous ventilated shaft It
is claimed, without friction.
A continuous stream of grain Is sup
posed te move twelve miles an hour.
'The power stations are te be twenty
five miles apart, the sections being
that length and the estimate cost of
this transportation Is three cents a
bushel. A model Is te be erected In
Chicago this fall. The cost estimated
is $20,000,000 ler a Hue from Buffalo te
i' K? uueaueu u 10 MiirwicKM Buoresser.
' Canten, O., Aug. 10. Congressman
Warwick's death leaves the question of
his successor for the unexpired term
ene of doubt Opinions here among
the leaders in both parties differ as te
whether his successor shall be elected
from the Sixteenth or the new Eight
eenth district The old Is strongly dem
ocratic and the new almost as strongly
republican. A decrslen of the question
is looked for with much Interest as it
- determines the politics of the new mom-
lliilloen anil Occupant Lest.
Qui.vcr, I1L, Aug. 10. A very high
''balloon ascension was made here at
Baldwin park, the occupants of the
basket being the aeronaut Samuel
Baldwin and Harry McMain, editor of
the Whig, x Mr. Baldwin intended te
take a journey of 200 miles ever the
country. The balloon at times was ob
scured by clouds, and Anally disappear
ed in a southwesterly direction. Mon
day morning there were no tidings form
AgihI 100 und Dying.
Nekwalk, O., Aug. 10, Martin Kel
logg, probably the eldest man in Ohie,
who will be 100 vears of age next
month, is dangerously ill. His home is
three miles south of this city, en a farm
where he has resided nearly eighty
years. He can net cat or sleep and will
probably live but a few days.
Train Captured and Turned Hark.
Nashville, Tcnu.. Aug. 10 The
Tennessee Ceal, Iren and Uallread Ce.,
received a telegram Monday morning
stating that the train carrying ad
ditional guards te Inman was captured
by the misers at the bridge below Vic Vic
eoria and turned back. Troulile at
Inman is expected.
A Deputy's Mistake.
Atlaxta, Ge., Aug. 10. Sheriff
Blade, of Pike county, was fatally Bhet
by his deputy, Jack Sullivan, Monday
morning. Slude and his deputy were
. .1- - - 1 T 1 1
r attempting te capture u .wegru uurgiar.
Sullivan in luu uaru mistoeic tuu snerni
for the Negro, sheeting him in the back
of the head.
piBglUh Vessel and Crew hmU
Londen, Aug. 10. The ship Tnruoine,
with 25 men, has been lest with all en
beard near the Is)e of Man. The Thriv
eian was built fef a Neva Scotia linn.
G. HwUd Very Law.
Pbkkbwu., Rl Y Aug. 10. Uen. J.
Y, Hh41, wkb ha bean ill eyer since
hit rtfaN ircw .tba Minneapolis' ,
r r .." i ' ,V i i ' M l
Mr. ObMlltene, AeeeWUac te An Old Cni-
' tern, Will KIm the Sovereign's Ilaad.
Londen, Aug. 10. Mr. Gladstone, ao ae ao
ce'mpanled by Sir Algernen Edward
West, left Cnrlten gardens at neon Men
day en route, for Osberne house, Isle of
Wight, te lay before her majesty the
names of these who wllUcomprlse his
cabinet and te carry out the old custom
of kissing the hand of the sovereign.
Notwithstanding the persistent ru
mors ns te his physical condition,
Mr. Gladstone appeared te be romarka remarka
bly sprightly. Te judge from his ap
pearance he did net leek upon the jour
ney te Osberne house in the light of a
severe task; en the contrary his manner
Indicated that it was a pleasure jaunt
for him. A considerable number of
persons had gathered about the house
in Carlten gardens, and when
the liberal leader appeared looking
fresh and smiling, he was the re
cipient of hearty cheers. Entering
his carriage he was nt once driven te
Waterloo station where a crowd, In
cluding a few notable men, were gath
ered te see him. Mr. Gladstone took
his seat In a flrst-class saloon car, und
then he extracted a tuberose from a
small box and carefully pinned It In a
buttonhole of his, coat As the train
pulled out of the station the crowd
cheered and Mr. Gladstone responded
by lifting his hat and bowing.
Killed IUU Knthrr.
Austin, Tex., Aug. 10. Repert of a
most unnatural tragedy cames from
Hound Reck, a small town near here.
A. II. Ash was waylaid en his way
home and shot off his horse, his 'body
being riddled with bullet-holes. Blood
hounds trailed the fugitive from the
spot te the Ash home and developments
resulted In the arrest of young Will
Ash, charged with the murder. Father
and son had het words last week, when
young Ash threatened his parent's life.
Every evidence gees te show that young
Ash did the foul deed with malice afore
thought Trick Net Alr.ilil or.niirehltti.
PiTTSUUiieii. Aug. 10. Chairman
Frlck Is at one of the resorts within
easy reach of Pittsburgh resting und re
cuperating. He left this city en Friday
evening. The statement that he has
taken a detective along te guard against
anarchistic murderers Is pronounced In
correct by his business associates.
Prick, they say, Is net t all alarmed
and docs net believe that another at
tack from this source will be made upon
him. The chairman will return Tues
day. A l'lacue urUriniheppcrn.
NemvALK, O., Aug. 10. Grasshoppers
in countless numbers are doing an Im
mense amount of damage In this county
(Huren) and adjoining counties te eats
and ether growing crops. Se destruc
tive have they been that whole Held1 of
eats have been destroyed. Farmers
have plowed them under or turned cat
tle into the fields. Garden vegetables
and ether green things are subject te
Mill llurnliiK Curt.
Buffalo, N. Y. Aug. 10. The strik
ing switchmen have renewed their de
struction of railroad property. One
hundred und fifteen cars are reported
te have been set en fire en the tracks
outside the city line Monday morning,
and were burned. The purpose of this
latest outrage Is said te block the tracks
se that trains can net be sent through.
The 'switchmen's strike premises te em
brace all the reads centering here.
An Intlrniiiry llre'tiir Arrentfd.
Van Weiit, O., Aug. 10. A depraved
state of affairs that has existed at the
county Infirmary of this county for
some time has just been brought te
light by the arrest of K. J. Smith pf
the beard of Infirmary dii ecters. The
arrest was made at the Instance of Jane
Weagley, a girl 20 ye:irs old, and ari
inmate of the Infirmary. The warrant
charges Mr. Smith with being the
father of her unborn babe.
Death In Potnter.
ItANneit, Me., Aug. 10. A family
named Morgan, living in Hampden,
were poisoned by eating potatoes
en which Paris green hnd been
used te kill bugs. The father and
son are new somewhat relieved, but
the mother may net recover. Other
persons In the neighborhood who used
the potatoes were taken sick, but less
violently than were the Morgans.
Aired Vurmer elclilcx.
'Bmiptei., Tenn., Aug. 10. A. H. Col Cel
lette, a Greene county farmer, aged 75,
committed suicide by cutting his threat
with n razor in his own yard. His head
was mere than half severed from his
body. A deranged mind, resulting from
financial embarrassment, was the
Limt Hener te bailer Itlgglit.
Philadelphia, Aug. 10. The remains
of Charles W. Biggin, the bentswuin's
mate of the U. S. S. Baltimore, who
was killed in Valparaiso by Chilian
soldiers, were Interred nt Woodland
cemetery. Fully 0,001) men were in
the funeral precession.
I'ref. McLaughlin Drowned.
Bosten, Aug. 10. Geerge Melaugh
lin, assistant professor in the Massa
chusetts Institute of technleolegy, was
drowned while swimming off Lynn
beaclu He was 'JO years old and ex
tremely brilliant and popular. His
home wan in Maiden.
Alter Mx Weehi' Idlwiiemi.
Lancaster, Pa., Aug. 10. The Sus
quehanna Iren Ce. and the Columbia
Iren Ce. started work Monday after six
weeks' suspension. The puddlers ac
cept a reduction of from ?4 te 13.05 a
ten. About 000 men are employed at
Miner Capture 27.1 Convict.
Nashville, Tenu., Aug. 10. A tele
gram from Victeria, received Monday,
states that the miners captured the J73
convicts at Inman at 8 o'clock, and
brought them te Victeria for shipment
te Nashville. Ne property was in
jured. Dr. Ilrlce Dead.
BiiiMl.NdHAM, Ala., Aug. 10. Dr. Peter
Ilrlce, superintendent of the State hint
tic asylum at Tuscaloosa, and ena of
the most dlsttnguisncu meuicai authori
ties 1 the' south, is dead of Bright'
dUene. . I - ,
Gathered Frem All l'artt of the Country
Secretary Husk has forbidden the use
of his name for the governorship of
Twe new cases of amall-pex were ro re ro
pertedNn the Italian quarter at New
Yerk Monday morning.
After being In a stupor for seven
months II. P. Whcoler, of Brooklyn, has
regained his mental faculties.
Being repulsed by the ameer's garri
son at Masmcna, the Usbegs have
crossed Inte Ilussian territory.
Mrs. Mary Gess' barn, near Urbana,
O., was burned. A drove of hogs rushed
Inte the flames and were burned te
Cj In the race for the Albert cup from
Cewcs Monday the Iverna came in first
Emperor William's yacht Meteer waa
Cel. Henry Clay Nutt,' formerly presi
dent of the Atlantic and Pacific Rail
road Ce., died' in Bosten Monday, aged
Mr. Gladstone will take the office el
privy seal, as well as that of first lord
of the treasury, Lord Brassey will be
viceroy of Ireland.
A rich farmer near Mlddlebeurne,
W. Va., is going te have some peer
women indicted for picking blackber
ries in ene of his fields.
Jehn D. Sweet, of Bellefentaine, O.,
attorney, has skipped te avoid presecu
tien for misappropriating funds of an
estate of which he was administrator.
The Magnelia Oil and GasCa, at New
Martinsville, W. Va., proposes sinking
a test well for eiL They are only sis
miles from the booming Sistcrville
The nrrlval of a large number of Bus
slans in Kansas has caused considerable
excitement, as it is understood many el
the immigrants are from the cholera'
J. T. V. Hill, of Indianapolis, who is
organizing colored democratic clubs In
Indiana, received a warm letter of con
gratulatien and encouragement from
Bessie Eastern and Geerge Tharp, el
Muncie, Ind., eloped te Kentucky and
were married, although Bessie's father
tried te whip everybody who refused te
help step the levers.
J. A. Clark, a New Yerk lumber buy
er, was killed In Montgomery county,
Ga., by men who laid his body across
the railroad track after they had taken
e 1,000 from his person.
Fifteen persons were poisoned In
Richmond, Ind., Monday from eating
ice cream. The poisoning came from
the effects of the deadly tyrotexicon,
and all the cases were quite serious,
though none will probably prove fatal.
The president has appointed P. J,
McCumber, of Wahpeton, N. D.; Jehn
W. Wilsen, of Petersburg, Ind., und W.
Weedville, of Fleming, N. C, as a com
mission te negotiate with the Turtle
Mountain baud of Chippewa Indians In
North Dakota, under the act of July 13,
Rev. W. It. Dudley, of Jasper, O., re
celved a formal order from Warden
James Monday te take charge of the
Ohie penitentiary chaplaincy, made va
cant by the downfall of Rev. J. M,
Irifilt Mr. Dudley preached te the
prisoners Sunday; He is well pleased
with the position, and will remove tc
Cincinnati, Aug. ia
Fl.OTJlt Winter p-itcnt. Jl 2TS 45; fancy,
jaVftA75; family. J2.B .as.'S; extra, i2.2532.13;
low gtiule, ?1 7MJ2.0U; sprlns patent. M 40ffil.T5;
spring f.mcy, 3 BUS1.2U; spring family, J3.35Q
3.w; Hye Heur, SJ.0u34.ea
Cehn Ne. 2 white, 51c; Ne. 2 mixed, 5le; ear,
prime te ctielce samples, k3S3c
Oats Ne. 2 white were scarce and geed sam
pies were llrmly held at S7e. Prlrae Ne. S
mixed quetuhla at IEHSQ3IC. Leuer grades
were dull and erwy, but the demand (or geed
tmmpics wa luiriy active.
Rye Market arm at 007(3c for Ne, 2 and CS
13c for Ne. 3. Sales of Ne. 3 spot, track, al
uic: .no. x hjhjl, tracK, at era
Cattle Shippers: Ooed te choice, W.253-1 7.V,
common te fair, J3.OOQil.00. Oxen; Geed tc
choice, ;&V&3,75; common te fair, 1.75a00f
select butcher, N 00&4.25; fair te geed, MOO
3.00; common, JI.7SfJ2.80. Heifers; Geed te
choice heavy, t3.t033.8J; geed te choice light,
J3.iwi13.bs: common te fair light, Il.50a2.7S.
liens Select heavy and prime butchers', JS.7C
5.S5: fair te geed packing, !..2.3.C5, common
and rough, W SU25.10: fair te geed light, 5.2.VQ
5.C5; fat pigs. .(US5.40. common, !4 00&4 60
SllKl-P AND LAmwSheep Wethers auj
yeerllngs, M.7S-152S; best ewes Jl 25rt4 75;
stock ewes, SI 5114.03; extra, JI50. Lambs
liest shippers, $d.2Mt&A5: extra, J4 25; cutis,
60eG2.(u per head. Lambs Fair te geed
? aurtfe :; cearxe ana heavy, W.suffi.VW; butch,
crs, W7S24 75: celli, tS.2533,S$.
New Yeiik, Aug. Ifl.
Whkat Ne. 'i red dull, steady and uncwig
ed: August, 83c; September, b3e; deccmber,
Hyb Steady and dull: western, 7U73c.
Coun Kirmcr and dull: Ne. 2, C3&0tc; Sep
tember, 5je: October, Wa
Oats Dull and firmer; October,30c vlostern;
I'lTTSIIOHOII, Aug. 16.
Cattle Market opened active at about last
week's prices, closing slew, 103115c off.
Hogs Market nlew; tops, t5.90Q.O0; mixed,
te.M)?A 90, geed corn Yorkers, titua-V75; grass
crs, I6.40ij6.60: market slew. Ehncns cars el
hogs shipped te New Yerk.
SHEEP Iteeelpta 0,000 head.
riAI.TIMOtlE, Aug. 14
Wheat Dull; Ne. 2 red spot and the month,
604e: September, 8OU0; Ooteber, SlUa
CettN Steady; mixed spot, 57c; the. month.
57c; September, M?e.
OATS-Firmer; Ne. 2 whlte western, 42c;
mixed de, 39c.
Hyb Easier: Ne. 2, T-'u.
CitiCAoe, Aug. la
FiOtni ANU QiiAiN. Cash quotatiens: Fleur
steady and unchanged. Ne, 2 spring wheet,
77Xe: Ne. 3 spring wheat, 72e; Ne. 2 red, T7Kc;
Ne. 2 corn, 53e: Ne. 2 eats, 33iJ333hc, Ne. 2
white, 87c; Ne, 3 whlte, 33SQ354; Ne. 2 rye,
C5e; Ne. 2 barley, (Ue: Ne. 3, nominal; Ne. 4, S3
OWc; Ne. I flaxseed, $1.0314. IWimiK tl
PniLADELPIUA, Aug. 10.
Wiikat Sluggish and weak ea lncreaslns
western receipts and dull and unsatisfactory
cables: Ne. 2 red spot In'elevater, fl0ic. Na 3
white, August, tm305e.
Ceiin Options dull and prices wholly nomi
nal) cur lets a shudc.euslcr; Ne. 2 mtxed and
high mixed In grain depot. We; Ne. 2 mUed,
Oath Car lets II rm and lu fair demand: op
tlens dull but tl rm at unchanged prices, old Na
2 .mixed Sflcr Na 9 white, 40o,cheteo dodo
404c: Ne. 2 white, dead storage fiKiei de de
regular Ke; Ne. whlte, August, 41 alie.
Teut de, Aug 14.
Whkat Weak and lower; Ne. 8 east), Au
August and.'SepU.-mber, 71He; December, We.
Cehn Dull and stedy; Na S eRh, htc
OAT Dull; eurti, S&
Xtv 8trdTi OMk, 6&
CU3VW-ii&-Ave &4 itesdyi prtaM
Wt CKMWtf, N.W
Itata Larvir Dullji Ctrcuiaten than anyethtr
f yltcpuhUcen iwiceiKipertn America.
S VXD AY.
77i Amiretrtve lUiUhUean Juurnal 0 the Me
irnjKKts a Aeioiwipcrerwie.uacccrf.
FOUNDED DECEMIIEU M. 18S7.
Circulation Over 10U.000 Copies Dnily.
The 1'kess Is thuorunnef nofnctleu: nulls
no wires: hns no anlmepltles te avenge.
Tht Mnrt Ilcmarhahlc yeii'vaptr Su
Xcw Yerh.TJic I'rus is t Aatlunal S
Client) news, vulunr sensations nnd t rush
nndtioplnceln thoceltiu.nsof The Viies.
The 1'hess hns the brlghest Editorial page
In New Yerk. It sparkles with points.
the niKHS Dummy edition is 11 spicnuia
twenty imge paper, covering every current
topic el Interest.
The I'nKSS Weekly r.Jltlen contains all the
geed things nt the Dally and Sunday editions.
Fer these who ennnet nirerd the Dnily or are
prevented by dlstntice from early receiving it,
the Weekly is n splendid substitute.
,U an AdetrtMnti Medium The 1'rct ha n
Smxrbir (11 Hew Yvrk.
ini1'11 the rtaih of all. The lirel awl Cieapcct
.VittejKipcr (u lmcr(i.
Rally and Sunday, one yenr .TT...J3 00
Dally nnd Sunday, si v months 2 00
Daily nnd Sunday, one month 41
Dally only, one year 3 00
Dnily only, four months 100
Sunday, one yenr , 2 ue
Weekly Press, one yenr . . ....... 1 00
Send for The Pitrts Cliculnr.
Samples tree. Agents wanted eveiy where.
THE PRESS. e Park Rew, Xew Yerk.
Allen! A. Edmonds
fubli: le::e3 :5tt:ntj,
ORDEUS SOLICITED FOR
THAr CAN BE
l M f! Pncenll Kr Saii
j will be lemitl en the
V- diirimr Hie biiiltlhicr of their neM'
Jf Call mid See Them.
Small, the Tailor
CAN UK FOUND AT HIS
EMPORIUM of FASHION
Ne. UO Market titrrrt,
Gee. M. dinger & Sen.
BRICK MASONS AND CONTRACTORS!
Estimatei made en all classes of Werk.
Leck Bex 4.17, MAYSVILLE. KY.
Dr. J. H. SAMUEL,
Kx.rcHltlwit Hurireen (leiwl Sanmrltan llespltnt,
Kx-uctlug Mipftlliteudi'iit I.eiiknIvw
PHYSICIAN AN1) SURGEON
OfHre unit ltmldriirei
Tilnl Slrftl. nnr ileur IIV uf Mnrktt.
J. J. FITZGERALD,
Plumber, Giis anil Steam Fitter!
41 West Second Street,
.If vl Dm SteM-8. MAYSVILLK, KY.
AND CKMETKRY WORK,
In (irenlle atul Marilt.
, M. R. GILM0RE,
m w.' Hmt utrkxt, Usyuyihtv, kv,
fwSm QOriD' ftX
Yes, this Is n lint.
Is this liruiHlpii'b liatV
Yes, this is ijranilpii's hat.
uuiler the hat?
Hal H11I Yes, I can see under the hat.
What can you see under grandpa's hat?
I can see
under the hat.
Yeu are right my child.
Whenever 1 need anything such as
Parler and Bedroom Suites, Felding Beds,
etc., I alvay go te
HENRY 0RT, 3IAYSVILLE.
Ne. 11 East Second Street.
mm DRUG STORE
A First-cliia's Line of
Keunil in a Di'iiir Sttirc.
POWER & REYNOLDS.
and Consumers Jf Oil.
I have a huge supply of Oil for
All at Lewt l'rlcf s. MILLS, &C.
J. JAMES WOOD
Before buying n Gas TUPJ TPQT?
Steve, see the JlJUL11 OEl
It cooks with a current of het air. Te
be had of
. D. UJilJlAlll, 13 East Second St.
Dr. MORRIS H. PHISTER,
Chronic dlfene nt eierv character a sjie
ela.ty, prominent ainenr which aie
Nasal Catarrh, Threat anil Lung
l'lOfeS'lennl eitlWHnMtured promptly. Dlllce
corner Thlnl and Sutten -tiei-ts.
WHITE, JUDD & CO.
Are still In the
At Ne. 42 W. Second Street.
ONE FAKE FOR ROUND TRIP!
-no Min THE'
The C. ami O. Kiiilread will tell round trip
tickets en account et the it I ploy, Ohie, Fair,
Aug. 30th te Sept. 2d
One fare for the leund trip trem Cincinnati
and rortsmeuth and all Int' mediate Klnts.
Tickets xoed returuiuir at late as Saturdiiv,
September 'M. Oct ready te attend the Fair
and sec the splendid jew and enjoy the eeeii
Sinn, Must pleasant urnuuds In Ohie.
Premiums liberal and paid in treld U'lore
the stock leaves the rlnir.
THE MAYSVILLE BAND;
known as "IlHiicku's Heed anil Silver Cornet
Hand.'' will furnlth the muslOv ,
Come anitsce the line show of Horses, nnd
Floral Hall Display, end enjoy a regular Com Cem
eert during the rak. Stm for CatakHttM te
L. II. WILLIAMS, Stee'y, '
Te License Meddling Spectacles and re
GlaMes In the City of Mayivllle.
Be it erdatntd liu (he Heard of Councttmcnsef
ine tuver jiauivwe, xnai it uau ue uniawrui
for any traveling or ltlnerunt person toaeSer
for aale speotacles or eye-Blnsscs within the
limits of tlie city of Maysville without havlnjf
llrst obtained u llcense as provided herein.
Sec. S. Kvery traveling or ltlnernnt person
dcsliinK te pcadle or sell spectacles orloye erloye orleye
Kluesus In the city of Maysville shall, befere
delntf se, obtain from the Mayer of suld city a
llronse se te de at $30 per year te soil t'(r said
articles, and no llcense shull be issued fir less
than ene year.
Sec. 3, Any person found guilty of Violat
ing section ene of this ordinance shall be
lined the sum of 50 for each olfenso. v4
Sec. 4. This ordinance shall be In ferce and
take cllcct from and after Its passnire.
Adopted Ir. Ceunell May 5th. 1KB.
WILLIAM II. COX, President.
Maiitin A. O'IIaiie. Cltv Clerk.
Te l'reent TiimjierinB With Street Mailing
Duxes In the City of Me j svlUe.
lie It erdatned Uu the lleanl of Council men of
the cltw of MayKVille, That it shall be unlawful
ler any person or persons te tamper with any'
et the street maillnir boxes, or totakeor col
lect any mall matter therefrem. It shall also
be unlawful for any person or persons wear
ing the carriers' uniform, including the car
riers, te tamper with or collect mall from the
boxes at ether than the Usual and regular col
Ste. '. lie (t furthtr erdalnal, That any
person violating any of the previsions of this
ordinance shall, upon conviction before the
Mayer, be punishable by a flue or net less
than ten dollars nor mere than nfty detlars
ler each cllense, te be collected and accounted
ler as ether tines.
Sec. 3. lie tt further erdrlncd. That this or
dinance shall be Intull ferceaud effect lrera
and after its passage.
Adopted in Council May 6th. ln'y.
WILLIAM H. COX, I'rcsldent.
Maiiti.n O'Haue. City Clerk.
AN ORDINANCE .
Te J'retfnt Traveling or Itinerant Doctors
from rractlclng Medicine In the
City of Mny&vllle.
lie in ordained by the liearl of Councilman of
the cltu of Mau'Ville, That it shall be uulawf ul
for any traveling or itinerant doctor te prac
tice medicine In anyel its branches within
the limits or this city. Te open an olllce for
such purpose, or nunounce te the public In
any ether way an Intention te practice medi
cine, shall be an etfense w ithln the nieanlnjr of
this erdliiHuce. Provided that nothing in thia
ordinance shall be construed as prehlbltinir
any reputable phjslclan or surgeon lrem any
ether place being called here either te visit n
patient, or In consultation with mis reputable
phsslclnu of this city.
Sec. 2. Any person convicted of the viola
tion of previsions of section one of this ordi
nance shall be lined the sum of tllty dollars
for each day te engaged in the ptactlce of,
Sec. X This ordinance shall be lu ctlcct
lrem and after Its pas-age.
Adopted in Council Mav 5th. lNtf.
WILLIAM H. COX, I'rcsldent.
Maiitin A. O'llAitr. Cltv Clerk
Levjlng the Taxes In the City of Mayssllle
for the VearlliW.
lie Iteidalned by the lleanl of OntncUmcn of
the Cltu of Mawville, That 11 tax et S.1 cents
en each 0110 hundred dollars' worth of taxa taxa
ble propel ty in the city or MajsWlle, except
ing Sixth Ward, be, and the same is hereby,
levied ler the purnosuer taking up outstand
ing imlebtedne-s and the Collector and Trea
surer is authorized te collect the same and
account ler It according te law.
lie it further erdatntd, That a tax of IO cents
en each ene hundred dollars' worth of taxa
ble property In the city if Maysville be, and
the same Is hereby, levied ler general pur
poses, the Collector and Treasurer te collect
thesnme and account font according te law.
lie Itfmtluretdatncd. That a tax el 10 cents
en each one hundred dollar' worth el taxa
ble property In the city or Majsville be. and
the ame U hereby, levied ler school purposes,
te be collected and accounted for according te
law by the Collector and Treasurer.
lie it further entniuul. That a poll tax of
1 50 en each male Inhabitant or the city of
MaylHe ever twenty-one jeais or age be,
and the isine ! heieliy. levied ter the jear
WW, te be collected and accounted for bj- the
Collector and Tieas-uier. and Marshal, accord
ing te law.
Adopted in Council June -'d. Ink.
WILLIAM H COX. President.
Mwm.N A. O'Uaki:, Cit Clerk.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
THE PUBLIC LEDGEi! CO.
or jj.nv!i.r.u. kv
Aiit. I. He it Liieun that William 11. Cox",
Thema A. Davis. W. H. Wndswerth. Jr., Sam
uel T. Hickman, A. M. J. Cochran, M..C. ltus
sell, (ieorge L. Cox and Alien A. Edmonds,
have this day associated themselves together
and become Incorporated under and by vlrtue
et Chapter 50 of the General Statutes or the
State of Kentucky as The Public Ledger Com
pany and by that name shall sue and be sued,
contract and becei traded with, and shall have
perpetual succession and a common seal, with
power te alter same at pleasure
AltT. S. The capital stock et suld Corpora
tion shull be $3,W, divided Inte shares or
$10 eaeh, and the same shall I10 tiunstora tiunstera tiunstora
bie by written iis-lciimunt en the cettltleate,
and when traiiMcited the certitlcate ler ume
shall be surrendered te the Cen pan) and i-mi-eelcd,
and new ones Issued In lieu thereof.
AltT. X This Corporation Ih erganUid ter
the purjiese et publishing a newspaper lu tbu
city et Miesvllle. and distributing the same
throughout the state of Kentucky, and torthe
currjing onet a general nuwtpaper business
lu said city and state.
Aut. 1. The principal place el business of
said Corporation shall be at Mnvsvllle, Ky.
The capital steci et said Corporation may be
lucicnscd at a meeting et the 'stockholders
(these holding a majority et the stock assent-1
Ing thereto) te any sum net exceeding f 10,
tK.ni. Thl Corporation may organize when
aue shares et its stock Is subscribed. Steels
may be paid for in money or equivalent at nn
agreed contract price, and any 6teck net sub
scribed ler may be sold lrem tlme te time,
ns the Directors may direct and authorize,
and the certitlcate et stock shall be signed by
the President and Secretary, and the corpe
rate svai snau no amxeu te same.
AltT. 5. ThoCeipnratloii shall be manated
by a Directory of live persons who shalfbe
elected aunually at the Company's olllce 'In
Maysville, Ky , en the 1st Monday In Mareh of
each year. If. ter any reason, there should
net be an diction held at the time fixed, the
Directors In olllce shall continue as such until
their successets are elected and qualified.
AltT. (1. The Directors shall choeso from
their number a President and Vice-President,
and trem said number or the stockholders a
Secretary and Treasurer, or, If. they see Of,
they may cemblun these two etliccrs Inte ene.
They shall elect an Editor, and may elect an
assistant te the Editor, both or whose duties
and tenure or olllce tliey tnuy fix and pro pre
scribe by by-laws of the Company, which by
laws a majority or the Directors may adept
ter the management of the Cempany'S'atTatra.
Aiit. 7. The Company shall net Incur an
Indebtedness exceeding, in the aggregate.at
anyone time, a sum equal te ene-naif of the
capital stock paid in.
Aut. 8. The prlvate property qt the stock
holders of this Company shall be exempt
trem nil debts or liabilities of the Cernora.
AltT. . The Corporation shall begin Then
It shall have organized, as provided ler he tela,
and shall continue ns long as may be neces
sary, according te law.
In witness whereof, the said Incorporators v
have hereunto set their hands this 10th day et
WH.MAM 11. CO.X, A. M. J. COCHUAK, "
T110MA8 A. Davis, m. C. Uuiwkm., '
W. H.WADsweitTif.Jr., Gee. L, Cox-,
S T. Hickman, Allen a. Kuuends.
State ok Kentucky, 1 s.,.
Masen County, f "
1, T. M. Pearce, Cleik of the County Court
ler t 1 count v and stat" ulnicnild. iinmu-tirv
that the leiegnlng Aitlcloef Ineerpqi-RtteH &
inu iu unr (Aimer 1.0, was, en .Marun w,
luiHiiiw 11 10 1 i' 111 tain county, ami
edited tiv said Themas A. DuvU. Wll
Cox. V. II. Wadsworth. Jr.. 8. T. Iltektmw,
l.. iiuiHUJi, uconre ti. cex ana Aiwa a,
menus each te no their act and detxl,
Mareu 1. imk, me same was again rei
te me and aaknewledired bv A. M. J. 1
te be hi act and deed, and ledyed for
wHerwupen me Mnw.tetMMr will
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