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I A SKIRMISH
Between Miners and Militia at
. Oliver Springs, Tenn. .
, Guards' Surprised by Miners Intent
Upen Releasing Convicts.
Kacli Slde Fires a Velley-One Miner Killed
mid One Wounded Twe Guards Seri
ously 'Wounded The Miners Itetrcat
'anil Anether Fight It Inspected.
' Nashville, T6nn., Aug. 17. Three
hundred miners attacked the stockade
at Oliver Springs this morning te re
lease 270 convicts there. The guards
attempted te slip out and surprise the
miners, but were themselves surprised.
The guards gathered together In u
band and fired at the miners, killing
pne and wounding another. The miners
turned te retreat but fired a volley as
they ran, seriously wounding two
guards; one in the groin, the ether
through the breast. The miners then
retreated and are new in conference.
An attack is expected every minute.
There are only about thirty guards and
with the reinforcements the miners can
have, they will wipe out the little hand
ful en their next attack. Woodshed is
Gov. Buchanan wus wired te send aid,
but has done nothing yet. If the bat
tle is continued it is feared the militia
will be ordered te the scene.
lie Did Net Knew Hew te 1'ray, lint
llegged Hard for Ills Life,
Mt. Sterline, Ky., Aug. 17. Early
Tuesday morning, Legan Murphy, the
murderer of a young man named Steele,
was taken from the jail by lynchers.
They took him outside the city te the
trestle ever the IC and S. A. railroad
and cquickly arranged a rope around
the prisoner's neck. They asked him H
he wanted te pruy. "I don't knew
hew," he said, and asked the mob te
pray for him, te which they replied as
he did, and, fastening Ills hands, one
man pushed the prisoner from the
trestle. He fell a distance of eight feet,
breaking his neck 'He was left until
eight o'clock Tuesday morning, when
lid was cut down, and, after the coroner's
inquest was turned ever te an under
taker. Murphy was one of the worst men of
Eastern Kentucky. When 14 yeais old
he shot a man in Magoffin county, and
had served a term in the penitentiary.
He had robbed stores, killed stock and
laid in ambush hoping te kill these who
would net tolerate his meanness. Final
ly he killed his futher in 1S00, because
he would net allow stolen property en
In April last, after hnving been sen
tenced te hang, he escaped prison here,
but was recaptured before getting out
side of the city. Later he secured a
knife and cut young Corbett in jail,
after which he attempted suicide, cut
ting his own threat, and the last deed
was the killing of Steele with a knife,
because he would net pay him a nickel
he had wen off of him.
He was a terror ameug even the most
daring demons; was an illegitimate
child left at the deer of his adopted
father, the man whom he murdered.
Married about four years age, and for
the fun of it frequently shot at the
glasses en his mother-in-law's eyes. The
people of Mt. Sterling have no part in
the lynching, are opposed te mob vio
lence, but the death of such a man is
regretted only as te the way. Murphy
was only !20 years old.
' A Democrat Will succeed Mr. Warwick.
Cei.UMnus, O., Aug. 17. Secretary el
State Peerman received Tuesday morn
ing a telegram from the Canten Repos
itory nsking his opinion as te whether
the successor of Congressman Warwick
will be elected in the old (Sixteenth) or
in the new (Eighteenth) district Cel.
Peerman sent the following answer:
"The attorney-general is absent. I am
net the law adviser of the state, but
have no doubt but that the election for
Mr. Warwick's successor should be in
the old Sixteenth district." Atty.-Gen.
Richards, however, returned te Colum
bus Tuesday morning, and when asked
in regard te the matter said unhesi
tatingly that tbe election should be
held in the old Sixteenth district, al
though he had net looked up the special
circumstances of the case. This leaves
little doubt in regard te the matter.
The Pursuit Abandoned.
"tysALiA, Cal., Aug. 17, All the offi
cers who have been in pursuit of Evans
and Sontag, the train robbers who
"held up" the Les Angeles express near
Fresne recently, have returned home.
Ne traces of the men were found in the
Sierras. The pursuit has new been
abandoned altogether, us the robbers
have had time te get far away.
' A Deuble Wreng: Avenged.
Pana, 111., Aug. 17. Orln Conly was
shot and instantly killed Monday by
Richard Dunaway, whose sister and
15-year-old neice he had ruined. Beth
men belong te prominent Shelby coun
ty families, but Cen ley had u hard
reputation. Dunaway gave himself up
te the police.
Eight Heur en Government Works.
VA8niNOTON, Aug. 17. The treasury
department has issued a circular offi
cially informing its officers, empleyes
and contractors and ethers of the act
passed by congress limiting the time of
dally service of laborers and mechanics
employed upon public works te eight
Kentucky Legislature Jult.
Fhankfeut, Ky., Aug. 17. The gen
eral assembly Tuesday took a recess
until next November. The session has
lasted eight months and the municipal
part of the work was vetoed by the gov
ernor Monday. Ne action was taken
en the veto Tuesday.
Fatally Hurt While Plowing.
Shkuiyvili-k, Ind., Aug. 17. Win.
Goodwin, ex-trustee of llrundywlne
township, was plowing, when the end
caught under u root, lie undertook te
jerk it out, when he was struck in the
stomach by the handle of the plow, In
juring him se bedly he will tlla.
The Dead Congressman I'luced In u Vault
"at Masslllen, O.
MA8SII.LON, O., Aug. 17. It was quite
8 o'clock Tuesday when the belated
train drew into the station yards. Com
pany F and the pelice were utilized in
holding buck the crowd. The pall
bearers, as announced, were in readi
ness, and all that was mortal of Jehn
G. Warwick wus slowly removed from
the car and berne te the hearse.
The congressional party consisted of
Congressmen Hurter. Ilaynes, and Hure,
all of Ohie; Seargcant-nt-Arms S. S.
Yedcr, W. "W. Pennell, of the seargant-at-arm's
office, and Hen. J. J. Sullivan,
of Cleveland. The family was the last
te leave the car. The precession at
once formed and proceeded via Mill and
Oak streets te St. Timethy's church.
The command presented arms as Gov.
McKinley, escorted by Clement Russell,
passed into the sanctuary. When the
guests had taken the seats assigned te
them, the body was carried up te the
space in front of the chancel, and the
family entered. The lleral decorations
The services began at once under the
direction of Rev. E. L. Kemp. The
quartet sang, "Theu Art My Rest,"
"Nearer, My Ged, te Thee," and the
chant, "Abide in Me." The solemn
service for the dead was then read.
After the church services had been
concluded the casket was carried out
upon the lawn, and the uatien.U guards
men formed in lines en either side, while
the vast concourse of people passed
The precession moved te the ceme
tery, where the body was placed in the
Fourteen of the I mini n Itletcr te He Tried
The .Mining Company's I.eate.
Nashvim.i:, Tenn., Aug. 17. Atty.
Gen. Brown presented the facts con
cerning Monday's attack en Inman te
the grand jury at Whitehall Tuesday
morning, and succeeded in having four
teen of the leaders of the mob indicted.
He telegraphs here that he ! confident
of securing their conviction. The last
legislature made It a felony te Inter
fere with the werkMng of state convicts.
The governor and state beard of prison
Inspectors will Wednesday declare the
lease contract forfeited. The lu-sei-,
the Tennosee Ceal, Iren and Railroad
Ce., has been courting this action. The
contract requires that it pay 823,000 at
the end of each quarter, but they are
new $97,OJ0 behind, and ewe the state
i.W,00u additional for recapturing and
returning convicts. In addition te this
they have refused te receive and pro
vide for the convicts returned here, and
have practically abandoned the lease.
It will cost the state 3i:0,000 per year te
feed convict- unless the prison beard
makes a new lease us they are authoriz
ed te de.
suliieiilst Itun Out of Town.
WauaiH, Ind., Aug. 17. Lust week a
man named Nesbit came te Somerset,
this county, and opened a government
saloon. The people of the village had
been having a fight with saloenists
there for year, and had routed out the
last speak-easy, se that when Nesbit
uppe.ired they were very Indig
nant. A committee waited upon him
Monday night and notified him that un
less he carted his stock out of town
within twenty-four hours his place
would be wrecked, and esteeming dis
cretion the better part of valor he
agreed if the citizens would p.ty the
cost of moving his stuff he would depart-
This preposition was. accepted,
and Somerset is new without a saloon.
leunessee Troops en Iteutn.
Nashvillk, Tenn., Aug. 17. A tele
gram states that a special tniln having
en beard the soldiers of the Third regi
inent, under command of Cel. Wool Weel
ford, is making its way into the mining
regions. The miners In the valley have
been warned of the soldiers, and there
are new twelve hundred armed heavily.
There are ever eight thousand miners
in the valley, and if all were armed
they could crush the soldiers sent up
there In short order. The miners are
scattered along the railraed track wait
ing te see the soldiers. It may be that
they are there out of curiosity, but
their being armed indicates they may
attack the soldiers as seen as the train
Knight of the Gelden Utile.
Evansvim.k, Ind., Aug. 17. Recent
Investigation into the affairs of the se
cret order, Iren Hall, and the startling
developments that followed, led te an
investigation of the condition of the
Knights of the Gelden Rule, in this city,
and the members were astounded te
find that the order is In a shaky condi
tion, and for self-protection Custle
Easter, Ne. S7, has bodily withdrawn.
They still possess their charter, but
have refused te forward te the supreme
officers their August assessment.
'Ihree Highwaymen HnngmL
Peiitland, Ore., Aug. 17. A dispatch
from Tacoma says three highwaymen
held up nnd beheaded u man near Ellen
burg, Wash., Tuesday. Vigilantes pur
sued the highwaymen, and after cap
turing them, hanged them te a tree.
1'rertident Harrison an Arbitrator.
Vam'Ahaise, Aug. 17. The Herald
correspondent ait Buenes Ayres says
that President Harrison has been no
tified that Argentina accepts him as
the arbitrator of the Missienes bound
ary. Whulesule Dlsmlssul.
Celusihuh, O., Aug. 17. Fifty of the
empleyes at the deaf and dumb and the
central asylums were bounced Tues
day. Nene of the skilled teachers were
removed, but there was almost a clean
sweep of the ether empleyes.
Kut-hne flees te Atlanta.
I.ensviM.K, Ky., Aug. 17. Billy
Kuehne, the third besetnan, accepted
the terms of the Atlanta club, of the
Southern league, and left for .Memphis,
Tuesday night, where he joins the club.
Ilemmteiiil Agents Driven Out.
Nkwteht, Ky., Aug. 17. Homestead
agents were given ten minute te leave
town by puddlera In the Newport, Ky,,
rolling mills, te whom the made ex
travagant offers te work in the Caniegle
mills, Tuesday afternoon.
Gathered Frem All Fartt of the Ceu rf
Four thousand of the cab drivers of
Paris went en a strike Tuesday. Ne
disorders have been reported.
A Morgantown, W. Va., hen hatched
out two chickens from a'double egg.
They were named Harrison and Rcld.
Ft Dedge, la., has an erdinance
ngalnst poles for elcctilc wires en the
streets and is preparing te cut them
At Lavaltrie, the two little daughters
of Aincde La Chauce, aged 4 and 10
years, were burned te death In their
Charles Sikera, a well-known bearding-house
thief, in the St. Leuis work
house, feigned fits and was sent te the
hospital, from which he escaped.
Frank Hughes, one of the victims of
the railroad wreck near Coshocton, O.,
died Tuesday. The dead new number
seven. One huge grave new holds the
A careful survey of the ground swept
by hall en Friday in the vicinity of Ar
gusville nnd Gardener, N.D., shows the
probable less te be 750,000 bushels, ever
60,000 acres being a total less.
Jehn L. Sullivan is putting in most of
his time at very hard work new. He
travels ever twenty miles a day en the
reads. His feet are giving him some
trouble, being very much chafed.
Sylvester Yeung, the absconding
book-keeper of the Chesapeake nnd Ohie
railroad, who skipped out a year age
with 618,000 of the company's money,
has been located In the City of Mexico.
The ceremony of Investing with the
pallium the Most. Rev. Wm. Vaughan,
who succeeded the late Cardinal Man
ning ns archbishop of Westminster, took
place in the Brompton oratory Tues
President Ven der A he signed Out
fielder Wolf of lust year's Leuisvillcs.
He will get Pete Browning if he can.
He may decide te give Meran his walk
ing papers If he catches a man who fills
the bill te help out Buckley.
President J. S. Clarksen, of the na
tional league of republican clubs, has,
with the consent of the national com
mittee, postponed the convention set
for September 1 te IS, at Buffalo, N. Y.,
until nfter the harvest is ever.
The contract has been let te Pitts
burgh parties ler the construction of
the railroad bridge across Cheat river
at Pt Marien. W. Va., en the B. & 0.
extension of the Morgantown branch.
It is new claimed that the new read
will be in operation by next spring.
Cornelius Chadwick, a real estate
agent of Philadelphia, has found that
he was next In line te the heir-at-law
te the fabulous wealth of Sir Andrew
Chadwick, who died in England In 1703.
He will receive a large portion of the
estate, valued at net less than IS7,000,
000. The successor of Congressman War
wick, for the unexpired term, will have
only about three months of actual ser
vice from the 5th of December te the
4th of March. The suggestion Is made
that it would be the graceful and proper
thing te elect for the vacancy V. K. L.
Warwick, the son of the deceased mem
ber. THE marke;s.
Cincinnati, Aug 17.
rietJH Winter patent, W 2534 45; fancy,
f3.MTj3.7., family, VJ.lB-'iSu extra, 2.2.sa2.40;
low grade, 11 7532.00, spring patent, U 40S4 75;
aprlng fancy, 3.P03,4 SO, spring family, M.35
3.tV; Kj e Heur, M.904 00
Wiikat Ne 2 red, Tite; Ne 3 red quotable at
72g7J: for prime samples
Cehn Ne. 2 white shelled held atMc and Ne.
2 mixed at Mc. Ear was easy at 4S(&Ale for
prime te choice samples.
Oats Sample mixed, spot, track, at 83c:
sample mltcd, spot, track, at 31c: Ne. I
mixed, old, spot, trailt, at 364c; Ne. 2 white,
Hve Continued Arm, sellers' views Ne. 3 be
ing quotable at 62363c and Ne. 2 at CG2G7c, Ne.
3 spot, track, tt'e.
Cattle Shipper: Geed te choke, H.2.V34.75;
common te fair, J3.0O&4 00 Oxen: Geed te
choice, t3S!t&3-7.; common, !1.7xa00, select
butcher, MOUTH 25; extra. $4 3004 40; fair te
geed, 13.00ffi3.90, oemmon, 1 1 75BJ.50. Heifers:
Qoed te choice heavy, tS. 403385; geed te choice
light, iaC23.Vi: oemmon te fair llsht, 11.503
Hoes Select heavy and prime butchers', 15.70
5.85, fair te geed packing, 5.2535 65; common
and rough, M .&5.10. fair te geed light, 5..W3
5 65; fat pigs, !&.005 40i common and thlu pigs,
54 034 50
Siiekh and Lamus Sheep Wethers und
yearlings, M.653A.00, extra, J5.25, best ewes,
$4 0034 65; common te fair, f3.00ffi3.75: stecls
ewes, 13.2524 00, extra, $4 25. Lambs Medium
and common slew and unchunged. nest ship
pers, $".25(18. 75: extra, W &3.90. fair te geed,
$5 50&2i coarse and heavy, W 50S5 50. butch
crs, .175 4 75, culls, S2.25aa'fl
New Yeuk, Aug. 17.
Wheat September.82 J3-I6e; October 8.1 15.li);
Hyb Dull and weals: western, 833.71c
Cehn August flOe; September, SSe-: October,
&9!e: Ne. 2, fl0&82c;
Oats Dell and easier; August 37Jje; Septem
ber, 38hi October, SSJfe, western, 38Vf(M0c
PlTTHUUIIOH, Aug. 17.
CATTI.B-Market slew at yesterday's prleen.
Hogs Market aetive; geed mixed and
Phtledelphius, l5.COia8.00; corn-fed YerkerMS 7!
5.85, graRsers, S.40ftS 50. .Four cars of hesi
shipped te New Yerk.
Sheev Marhet slew at yesterday's price.
11ALT1MOKE, Aug. 17.
Wheat Weak: Ne. 2 red spot and the month,
7tHtO, September, 70e, October, SIVfe asUed.
Ceiln Dull and easy; spot, the month and
September, 50e; October, 57c asked.
Oats Firm; Ne. 2 white western, 2&43c
mixed de, 892400.
rtva Dull; Ne. S, 72e (nominally).
Chicago, Aug. 17.
Klreuu and Oiiain. Cesh quotatiens: Fleur
dull and unchanged. Ne. 2 spring wheat, 77SC8
77"e; Ne. 3 spring wheat,68ffi7le; Ne. 2red,77J,n
77V, a: Ne 2 corn, 52 He: Ne. 2eau, 32e, Ne. 2
white, 30aS8c; Ne. 3 white, S3KQ35H; Ne 2
rye, 64Ve; Ne. 2 barley, 63e: Ne. 3, tab., NXS
5804 Ne. 4, f, e. b., 37342; Ne. I flaxseed, tl 0&.
Philadelphia, Aug. 17.
Wheat Options weak and lower; cash wheat
dull and lewer: Ne. 3 red August TO'.SCWSc
Conn Options wholly nominal, car Ien
quirt, ungraded In elevator, M4e. Ne 2 mixed
Oats Car lets firm and pteedy; futures be
Veud the month, dull and lower. Ne. 3 white,
3U4U40e; de en truck, 40)ie, Ne. 2 white, 4.'WS
41c; cltotivde de, 43se; Na 2 white August, 41
Teledo, O , Aug 17.
Wheat Steady and lower; Ne. 2 cash, Au-
Cond September, T8ye; Octeber, 70JC
tnber, ditto ditte ditto
Ceiin Dull; Na S cash and August, tic, Sep Sep
HYB Dull; cash and August, 071(0.
Oats Quiet; cash, Sic.
Clever sikd Hteadyi prlme eaa, W( Octo
ber and November, K.M.
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Dr. J. H. SAMUEL,
Kx-reelilent Niirceen Cloed SaniHrllHii ltexpltul,
Kx-iictlnv Superintendent I.engt lew
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Oltlr nml Itecltleiiew
Thlnt Jflrrrl. enr iloer Witt of .Varkit.
J. J. FITZGERALD,
Plumber, Gus tun! Steam Fitter!
41 West Seeeml Street,
Jewel Has Statu. MAYSVILLK, KY.
AN1 0KMKTKRY WORK,
In (IraitUt nnd.Vnitlc
M. R. GILM0RE,
KM W. Hrcend Htbkkt, MAYSVILLK, KV,
MiFrtnnllttlMln Work,Bldwlki,e , M
Is this a lint?
Yes, this is n lint.
Is this grrntulpn's lint?
Ye.", tills Is grumlpn's hnt.
under the bat?
llal Ila! Yes, I can sec under the hat.
What can you see under grandpa's hat?
I can sec
under the hat.
Yeu are light my child.
Whenever 1 need anytliini: such as
Pallor und Bedroom Suite's, Felding Beds,
etc , 1 always go te
HENRY OUT, MAYSVILLE.
.Ve. 1 1 J'ast Second street.
mm DRUG STORE
A First-clii'.s Line of
Found in n Diner Stere.
POWER & REYNOLDS.
and Consumers of Oil.
I have a large supply of Oil for
All at Lewest I'l Ices. JIlIjLS, &C.
J. JAMES WOOD
Before buying a Gas
Steve, see the
It cooks with n current of het air. Te
be had of
S"R AmiT I AT HoiiseiiMock.No.
. If. UlilXlAlU, i:KaRt!eceii(lst.
Dr. MORRIS 11. PHISTER,
Chronic dlenus el eeiv character ft spe.
ciiilty, luemlm'iu unions uhlcli me
Nasal Ctitnrrli, Threat and Lunar
I'letcelmiiil call iinered piemptly Olllie
corner Third and Sutten stieet".
WHITE. JUDD & CO.
-Vr Mill in the-
At Ne. 42 W. Second Street.
ONE FARE FOR ROUND TRIP!
-110 Hilt TIIK-
The C. mid (). Knllrnnd will fell run ml trip
tickets en account et the ltlplcy, Ohie, Fair,
Aug. 30th te Sept. 2d
One late for the teiiiid trip from Cincinnati
and rortsmeutli mid all Inti inu'dlale iHilntc.
Tickets mM)d rctiiitilnir a Inte he Snturdav,
September :M. Out readv te attend the Kalr
and eee the ileiidlil ew mid enjoy the ecca
sien. Most plcannnt irmtiiidx In Ohie.
Premiums liberal nnd
paid In geld before
the stock leal os the ring.
THE MAYSVILLE BAND,
known as " llnuekv's Kectl and Silver Cornet
Hand," will furnish the music.
tome ami see me nne snow ei Horses, and
leral Hall Display, and enley
crt during the Kalr. Send fi
I' a regular Con Cen Con
or Catalegue tn
L. H. WILLIAMS, Sec'y.
1 'Hi iii V
Te License, reddling Spectacle and Ere
Glaites In the City of Mnjsvllle.
lie it nrdalnetl hu the Heard of CnunetlmnPef
the eitv of Mau'Vtlle, That it shall be unlawful
for any traveling or itinerant person toaeffer
for sale spectacles or cye-trlasscs within tue
limits of the city of Maysville without having
first obtained a license as provided herein.
8tc. 2. Kvery traveling or Itlnernnt persen
desirinir te pcddle or sell spectacles orlcyc erlcyc
trlasscs In the city of Maysville shall, before
delnir se, obtain from the Mayer of said city a
llcouse se te de at tX per j car te sell the said
articles, and no license shall be issued for less
than ene year.
Sec. 3, Any persen found srullty et violat
ing section ene of this erdinance slinll be
fined the sum of SV) for each offense.
Sec. 4. This erdinance shall be In force and
take effect lrem and after Its passage
Adopted in Council May Oth. 1W2.
WILLIAM II. COX, President.
Makti.v A. O'Hake. City Clerk.
Te I'meiit Tampering With btreet Walling
Hexesln the City of Jl8jsllli.
He U enlatiwl hu the Heard of Cemictlmcn nf
the cltu of MajievMe, Ttmt it shall be unlawful
ler any person or persons te tamper with any
of thestieet mailing boxes, or te take or col
lect any mall matter thorelrem. It shall also
be unlawful ler any person or persons wear
lnir the carriers' uniform. Including the car
riers, te tamper with or collect mall from the
boxes at ether than the usual and regular col
Slc. 2. He it further enlatntd. That any
person violating any of the previsions of this
erdinance shall, upon conviction bofero the
Mayer, be punishable by a line of net less
than ten dellais nor mere than fifty dollars
ler each eifene, te be collected and accounted
for as ether fines.
Sec. 3. Br U further iirdrlntd. That this or er er
dinaneo shall be in full lerceand effect from
and alter Its piiesajre.
Adopted In Council May 5th. IMC.
..WILLIAM " COX. President. '
Mautin O'H.uh:. City Clerk.
Te Pre?nt Trartlnt; or Itinerant Doctors
from Practicing Medicine In the
City of Masiille.
Be In irdntned hu the Heard of ( imncffmeti e
the city of Mau'Ville, That it shall be unlawful
for any traveling or Itlneiant doctor te prac
tice medicine In anyet Its branches wlthiu
the limits of this city. Te open an office for
such purpose, or announce te the public in
any ether way en Intention te practlce medi
cine, shall be an offense w Ithln the meaning of
this ordinance. Provided that nethitijrin this
erdinance shall be cen&truul as prohibiting
any reputable phj slcliin or surgeon lrem any
ether place belnir called here, either te visit a
patient, or in consultation with mi reputable
phiMclanel this city.
Stc. 2. Anv persen cenvluted or the viola
tion of previsions or section one of this erdl
nance shall be fined the sum of fifty dollars
for each day se ewratred in the practlce or
trc. 1. This ordinance shall be In effect
from and alter its passage.
Adopted in Council Mai 5th. lwe.
WILLIAM )1. COX. President.
M.vitTl.v A. O'H uir. City Clerk.
Levjlni; the Taxes in the Citj of Majsiille
Be it ordained hu the Heard of ( euncllmcn of
the Cltu or Mayxvlllr, That a tav el i'i cents
en each ene hundred dollars" worth of taxa
ble property In the city of Majsvllle. except
nir Sivth Ward. be. and the same Is hereby,
lei led ler the purpose of taklnv upoiiistand upeiiistand
inir indebtedness, and the Collector and Trea
surer Is authorized te collect the same and
ucceunt ler it according te law.
Be It further enlaiU'd, That a ta of iW cents
en each one hundred dollars' ueith or taxa
ble property In the city et Majsvillebc, and
the same Is lierebj , levied ter ireiieial pur
poses, the Collector and Treasurer te collect
the same and account feri according te law.
He itfutthcrenlntned. That a tav et 10 cents
en each one hundred dollars.' worth et taxa
ble property In the eitv el Maisvllle be, and
the same is herebv, levied ter cehoel purposes,
te be collected and accounted ter according te
law by the Colleetei and Ticasurer.
He it furthn etdmnid. That a poll tav of
?1 ,V) en each male inhabitant el the city of
Minsiille ever twentv-ene jeans el age be,
and the same Is heiebj, lei led ler the jcar
l"ti, te be collected and accounted for by the
Collector and Tieiinnei. and Marshal, accord
ing te law.
Adopted In Council June 2d. ly
WILLIAM H. COX. President.
MutTlN A O'H mi:, Citi Clerk.
ARTICLKS OK INCORPORATION
THE PlTBLIC LEDGEH CO.
OF MlV-VILl.fc. KV.
AHT. I lte It known that Wiliium . Cey.
Themas A. Davis . H. Wadsworth. Jr,.Sam
uel T. Hickman, A M. .1 Cochran. M. C. Hus
sell, Ueerge L. Cox und Allen A. Kdnumds.
have this day associated themselies together
and beceme Inc irperated under and by virtue
of Chapter flrtef the ficneral Statutes of the
State of Kentucky as The Public Ledger Com
pany and by that niiuie shall sue and be sued,
contract and be cot trneted with, and shall have
perpetual succession and a common seal, with
power te alter same at pleasure.
Aiit. 2. The capita! stock of said Corpora
tion shall be '.,00e, divided Inte shores of
10 each, and the same shall be transtcra
tile by written assignment en the certificate,
and when tninsleited the certificate ler same
shall be surieudcicd te the Cem pun j nnd inn inn
eeled, anil new ones issued in lieu thereof,
Aiit. J. This Corporation is erganised ler
the purpose of publishing a newspaper In the
city or Majsvllle. and distributing the same
throughout the state of Iventuck-, and ter the
ciirrjlng en of n general newspaper business
in said city mid state.
Aiit. 4. The principal place el business of
said Corporation shall be at MayMllle. Ky.
1 he capital stock of said Corporation maj-be
increased at a meeting et the stockholders
(these holding a majority or the stock assent
ing thereto) te anv sum net exeeedlnir 1il..
fiui. This Corporation maj organlze when
am shines or Its stock Is subscribed. Stock-
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 Secretarj-, and the corpo cerpo corpe
nite seal shall be alfixed tn same.
Aiit. A. The Corporation shall be managed
by a Directory et five lasrsens w he shall be
elected annually at the Cempanv's ellice In
Majsvllle, Kj-, en the 1st Monday In March or
each j ear. It. ler am reason, there should
net be an election held at the time fixed, the
Directors In otlice shall continue as such until
their successors are elected and qualified.
Aiit. ti. The Directors shall cheese from
their number a President and Vlce-Presld&nt,
and lrem said 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 Kdlter. and may elect an
assistant te the Kdlter, both or whose duties
and tenure of olllce they may fix and pro pre
scribe by by-laws of the CempHtij-. which by
laws a majority et the Directors may adept
ter the management et the Company's-affelrs.
Aiit. 7. The Company shall net incur an
Indebtedness exceeding, in the aggregate, at
any one time, a sum equal te one-halt of the
capital stock paid In.
Aht. 8. The prlvate property or the stock
holders of this Company shall be exempt
lrem all debts or liabilities or the Corpora
tion. Aht. i. The Corporation shall begin when
it shall have organized, as provided for herein,
and shall contjnue as long as may be neces
sary, according te law.
In witness whereof, the said Incorporators
have hereunto set their hands this 10th day et
William 11. Ce.x, A. M. J. Cochuan,
TllOM8 A. IHvis. M. C, Hussell,
W. II. Wt)8wniiTii. Jr.. Oeo. L. Gov.
s8 T. HlCKMN, ALLLN A. F.PM0SD9.
State or Kkntpckv, I ,..,
Masen fount. f l
I, T. M. I'earce, Clerk of thu County Court
for Hi" county and state afeiemld. de certify
that thofetegolng Arilcluef lneoierationoC
The Publln U'dyer fe. was, en March 10, 18W,
produced te h e In said county, and acknowl
edged I iy snld Themas A. Davis. William H.
fox. W.ll. Wadsworth. Jr.,S.T. Hickman. M.
a Hussell. Geerge L. Cox and Allen A. Bd-
mends each te be their act and deed, and en
March 14, 1MU, the same was again reproduced
te me and acknowledged by A. M. J. CeebraH
tn be hli act and deed, and Imlired fnr roennt.
-whereupon the same, together with this ew
uncair. nam neon uuir recenten in ?,
(liven under tny hand tfalsltth day of Mflnk.
IWJ. T. M. PKAMCS, CWKT
Uy T. D, 8lttery, fi. C.