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THE WHITE CITY.
Several State Buildings at the
World's Fair Dedicated.
New Yerk and Ohie Have Particu
larly Grand Occasions.
Chicago llegtnnlnff te Ansume Its Natural
Appcnmnce AftAr JtitVcnknf Cnrnlvul
Let All Amerlcam Itcuil What
the Londen Times Snys.
CniCAOO, Oct 24. New Yerk, Ohie,
Pennsylvania, Kansas, Iowa and Rhede
Island were the states whose buildings
' were dedicated Snturday. New Yerk
and Ohie had militia and music, but the
exercises at the ether places were sim
ple in the extreme. The buildings ded
icated are all located in the north end
of the park.
Proudly te the front in the numerous
dedications of state buildings, Thurs
day, was that of New Yerlt. Ne ether
state surpassed her in the number and
character of distinguished personages
participating in the exercises, and the
building itself proved te be one of the
finest in all the White city. A large as
semblage was present, and the invited
guests alene numbered 000.
After music and prayer, the exercises
began with the formal assignment of
the building te exposition uses by
Chauncey M. Dopew, as president of
the beard of managers of the exhibit of
the state of New Yerk. Then came the
acceptance of the building by Director
Oeneral Davis, and next addresses by
Gov. Flower and Archbishop Cerrigan.
The dedication poem by William H.
McElroy and music by Sousa's marine
band successfully brought the dedica
tion te a close.
The city is beginning te assume its
natural appearance. All the outgoing
morning trains are crowded with visit
ors returning te their homes.
Londen, Oct, 24. The Times through
out its article en the Chicago Columbus
celebration, pokes fun at Mr. Dcpew,
but extends the heartiest praises te the
United States. The paper says that
when Mr. Depew extends his views
from his own te ether countries his
sympathies are a little incomplete.
"We arc net sure," it adds, 'that he is
quite just in his historical review."
Continuing, the Times says: "We
have no wish te depreciate the value
and importance of the many services the
United States have rendered te the old
world and ourselves. Net the least
thing among them is thu spectacle given
of a material prosperity greater than
ever before known, and an energy and
resolution which have done much te
make the powers of nature subser
vient te mun'nnd which never, perhaps,
have displayed themselves en se stu
pendous a scale us In the yet unfinished
preparations for the Columbus exhibi
tion. It would be idle te say there arc
ether countries that could de the same
' if they tried. The fact remains that
the United States have done what was
never dene elsewhere, and have proved
te the world what wonders can be exe
cuted in industrial enterprise and bkill
animated by patriotism and the resolve
te lead in everything."
Died AkviI 107 Vmh.
Clauksvillk, Tenn., Oct. 21. Aunt
Tcna Moere, who would have been 107
years of age had she lived until Janu
ary II, and without doubt the eldest per
son in all this section, died at the resi
dence of Rlas Jenes, who lives ever the
Montgomery line, in Robertsen ceun
ty. She had passed through the vicis
situdes of two wars, and was conscious
te the hour of her death, giving many
reminiscences of the closing of the last
and beginning of the present century,
A llend-Kud CollWlen.
Charleston, III, Oct 24. Meager re
ports of a head-end collision en the
"Clever Leaf," at Rardin, a small sta
tion north of here, in which several
lives are reported te have been lest,
have reached this city. A special train
carrying all the physicians in the city
left here at 7 o'clock for the scene of the
wreck. On account of the wires being
down it is impossible, at this hour, tc
get full particulars.
Half million Ulaxe at Hamburg.
Hasibuue, Oct 24. A fire broke out
at an early hour Saturday morning in
the Hamburg-American Packet Ce.s
waroheuso, Bituatcd in the KlelneGras KlelneGras KlelneGras
broek quarter of the city. Firemen
wcre promptly at the scene, but despite
their efforts the building was complete
ly gutted. The warehouse contained a
great quantity of inflammable material.
The lesb is placed at 2,000,000 marks
Heveu Flalierinun Drowned.
Madiiid, Oct 21. A violent storm
prevailed along the Spanish Meditera
neau coast, and a number of wrecks of
fishing beats are reported. A fishing
smack bolenglng te Valencia was lest
The smack sank and the fishermen
started te swim ashore. Dofero the
beats reached the scene of the wreck
seven of the fishermen wcre drowned,
fcuveu Neitruut Drowned.
Marshall, Tex., Oct 24. Seven Ne
groes were drowned while crossing El El
leott's ferry, twelve miles south of here.
The repe broke, and all were thrown
into the river, only ene person being
saved The bodies have net been recov
ered. A lteiuurkulile l'eut.
Vienna, Oct 24. Miss Tommassen. a
young English woman, has performed
the remarkable feat of riding en horse herso herse
back from Innsbruck, in the Tyrel, te
Silesia, and back, a distance of 220
miles, through a very rough country,
ItvIeiMe of Irish 1'rUeners.
Londen, Oct 24. It is rumored that
a serious differonce has arisen in the
cablnet ever the question of the roleaso
of the prisoners who were convicted of
having taken part in the dynamite out
rages that occurred several years age.
Pelted a I'rlnee.
Rejie, Oct. 21. Prince Odosealohi
was returning in n ourriage from n po
litical uiuutlng, when he was atuiultcd
by u mob, who nultetl him with itenas.
He U u nrinue of the Iteinnn itmplrp nnd
ft niugnate of Hungary.
: EEL WATER SCARCE.
It Heroine Neccninry te Ounrrt Locemn.
tlve Tntikd Frem HufTerltitr l'repln.
Rkadine, Pa., Oct 24. The extent of
the inconvcnlcnce and suffering caused
by the great scarcity of water at points
north of here can hardly be imaglned,
and it Is stated as an actual fact that
at seme places ' beyond Pert Clin Clin
eon It is actually necessary te guard
the tanks of the locomotives te
prevent the peeple from carrying off
the water. It Is likewise stated thnten
one of the divisions of the Lehigh Val
ley railroad the water te supply the
locomotives is transported for quite a
distance by engines. Reading is one of
the few cities in the Schuylkill valley
whose water supply has net been af
fected by the dreuth. Owing te the
dreuth mountain fires have broken out
at several places.
Sevcn 1'ornesia Killed and Ten llndly
Wounded at Les Angeles, Cat
Les ANOELE8, Cal., Oct 24. Discov
ery day celebration here ended with an
awful accident Ilcnry Wilsen, who
was In charge of the fireworks, had ar
ranged te fire what he called a salute
of bombs. The bombs consisted of short
lengths of cast-Iren pipe, in which car
tridges were exploded, the noise of the
explosion resembling that of cannon.
Twe went off successfully, but the
third burst, doing the execution of a
bemshell. Seven persons wcre killed
outright, ten badly Injured and a num
ber seriously Injured. There has been
no material change in their condition
since Saturday night Wilsen, who had
charge of the display, has been arrest
ed. The explosion blew a great hole in
Lck Mnnjrled by mi Ulectrle Car.
East Liverpool, O., Oct 24. Jack
Heardley, a potter, attempted te jump
from an electric car while in motion,
Sunday afternoon, between this city
and Wellsvillc, and fell back under the
wheels, with ene leg ever the rail,
which resulted In nearly severing the
leg from his body, lle was picked up
and taken te Wellsvillc en the car,
where he received medical attention.
Afterwards he was brought te his home
In this city. He suffered much less of
bleed, and amputation may be neces
sary, while he may leso his life, lie is
a man of family.
Ottawa, Ont, Oct 21. The Dominion
ministers are being severely criticised
for net attending the opening ccro ccre ccro
meuies of the Chicago World's fair, al
though invited as a government and In
dividually by the United States govern
ment The invitations were received
some time age, and the reason given by
the ministers for net attending is pres
sure of business.
Death Frem a llean.
IIei'kinsville, Ky., Oct 24. The 2-yenr-eld
child of Martin Case, a farmer
residing near this city, swallowed a
bean while Dlaying. It had violent
paroxysms of pain until Saturday even
ing when it suddenly died while being
taken te a physician who thought it
had died of congestion causa by the
Powder Mill Klews Up.
Catlettsiiure, Ky., Oct 24. The
powder mills, four miles above here, at
Kellogg, W.Va., blew up for the fourth
time Sunday. Fortunately no one was
around the mill at the time of this ex
plosion, as there was before, when sev
eral lives were lest Beyond destroy
ing property te the amount of about
3,000, no ether damage was done.
bU Leuis Exposition Cleed.
St. Leuis, Oct 24. The exposition
for 1S02 closed Saturday niffht The
management reports that it has been
successful in every way, and that al
ready enough assurance of patronage
have been given te insure a still greater
success for next year. The manage
ment will, ou next Saturday night, give
a benefit te Gllmerc's band.
Perett Fire in New Jersey.
Atlantic City, N. J., Oct 24. A
fierce forest fire Is raging about Regga,
a small village near Pleasantvllle. The
farmers have plowed up the ground
about their houses, hoping te step the
progress of the flames, wheh have ceme
te within dangerous proximity. Much
lumber and valuable cranberry begs
have been badly damaged.
Three Murderers Executed.
San FnANCisce, Oct 24. The Rod Red Rod
erlquo Brethers, who stelo the well
equipped royal yacht of the king of
Tahiti, and then murdered nine men te
cover up their villainy, have been exe
cuted at Manila. The native cook,
Molei, who poisoned the crew and cap
tain of the yacht, was also executed.
Iteck Island Through Line.
Horten, Kas., Oct 24. The Reck
Island's through line from Denver te
Chicago will be completed November 1
and ready for travel. It will shorten
the dlstance between Chicago and Den
ver several hours, avoiding the round
about way through Kansas City.
Paris, Oct 24. An anarchist meet
ing, held in the St Denis quarter Sun.
day, terminated in a melee, in which
knives and revolvers were freely used.
Several persons, Including a number of
irendarmes. were wounded. Four an
archists were arrested.
Soldier luius' fuses.
PiTrsiiUitOH, Pa., Oct 21. The trials
of Cel. Hawkins, CeL Streater and Sur
geon Grimm, of the Tenth Regiment,
N. G. P., for aggravated assault en
Private lams during the Homestead
troubles, are set for next Wednesduy.
Cincinnati te lle l.uuuehed.
New Yerk, Oct 24. Preparations are
hastening for the launching of the new
war-ship Cincinnati at the Brooklyn
navy-yard, November 7. She Is the
second vessel that has been beguu In the
navy-yard In the last five years.
The Cabinet Arrives.
Washington, Oct 24. Three magnifi
cent speeial trains, bringing from Chi
cago the cabinet, the justices of the su
preeo oeurt and the diplomatic corps
from Chicago, arrived Sunday evening.
Illlke ill llulliiii'Kh I Mad.
Londen, Out it .Inmes llunry Rob Reb
ert Iniiuftk-Ker, mvmith DuUe of l!o. l!e.
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NEW AND FATAL DISEASE.
A Japanese Vessel Arrives at New Verli
Willi llrrl Ilcrl.
New Yerk, Oct 24. A new disease,
contagious and fatal, has reached thii
pert, causing much alarm among the
health authorities at quarantine. The
disease is imported from Japan, where
it Is known as berl bcrl. The bark II.
P. Cann, arrived off quarantlne Sunday,
170 days out from Holle, and reported
that two deaths from the discase had
oceurrcd en route. Seaman Themas
Russell died en September 23, and Car
penter Jehn Nugent en October 8. Beth
wcre burled at sea. When the ship
arrived at Norfolk, Ve., the first mat
and seven men who wcre stricken with
berl beri were put ashore and sent tc
The discase Is unknown here. Th
authorities arc at a less hew te handli
it should ether ships fellow with th
disease en beard. The Cann is ladec
with sugar and tea, and makes the thirc
vessel which has reached this pert in
the past four weeks en which death
from this disease has been reported.
The discase is said te resemble the yel
low fever semewhat, but It Is mere
fatal The Cann will be detained al
Quarantlne and thoroughly disinfected,
while stringent measures will be adopt
ed te cope with the discase from ether
vessels arriving from the fever-stricken
WHITES AND NEGROES.
There Is Anether Conflict, In Which
Colored Lender Is Killed.
TITU8VILLE, Flo., Oct 24. A sheriff's
pesse sent out at neon Sunday te arrest
the ringleaders of the negroes In
the Saturday night's sheeting af
fray was resisted and fired upon.
The pesse escaped with a few
scratches, but the negre ring-leadei
was killed. The governor of Fler
ida has been telegraphed for mill
tary assistance and Sanferd has offered
help, but cool heads here believe thai
the crisis has passed. The white citi
zens are armed and watchful, but the
supply of rifles is rather deficient The
Negroes are well armed and are In
camp about one mile from town. The
coroner's Inquest was held Sunday en
the body of the Negro killed Saturday
night. The verdict was that "He was
killed while resisting etticers by a shot
fired by some person unknown."
Unearthed at Neville, O., Ilellcvcd te lit
Either Aborigine or I'rehUterle.
Felicity, 0 Oct 24. At Neville, a
contractor employed in grading its
streets turned up a part of a human
skeleton. Investigation disclosed the
presence of the skeletons of six well
developed persons, all of which were
found te be in a remarkable state of
preservation. The skeletons are believed
te be these of persons who were either
aborigines or prehlsterics. Near by are
two mounds, stately and shapely, their
sides and summits overgrown with for
est trees of uncertain age. Man's efforts
looking te the opening of these mounds
have been made, but their owners have
always obstinately refused te allow
them te be disturbed. The discovery
and its possible sequence is one of the
greatest importance, and will, no doubt
attract the active attention of scientists
who are seeking the "missing link."
SHOT HER LOVER.
Emma Morgan Ilesents an Insult and In
stantly Kills Hit I tended Husband.
Gallipolis, O., Oct. 24. Emma Mor
gan, who lives five miles back of Letart,
shot and instantly killed her sweet
heart, Harry Jenes. They became in
volved in a quarrel ever a young man
named Richard, whom Jenes claimed
she had favored. Miss Morgan excused
herself from where they were sitting and
went Inte a rear room, where she pro
cured her father's revolver. She came
te the parlor deer and shot Jenes twice,
through the right eye and through the
abdomen. Ne arrest has yet been
Snake Shin Curpets.
Enterprise. Ky., Oct 24. A strange
home of a strange man has just been
discovered ever en the head waters of
Kinnicanick, near where Carter, Lewis
and Brown counties corner. The house
is a cave, and the carpet, bed-coverings
and many ether articles arc made from
the skins of rattlesnakes, in which the
region abounds. The eccentric mount
aineer gives the name of Smith, and
says he has worn rattlesnake clothing
for ten years. His only companions are
his dogs and a rifle.
HIcssIurs en Their Kaiser.
Berlin, Oct 24. Many persons in
Germany have geed reason te bless the
day the empress gave birth te a daugh
ter. Te mark the christening day of
the infant princess, 400 women who
were imprisoned for various offenses
have been released, and th ere is conse
quently much rejoicing among the erst
while prisoners and their families.
Cel. McClure Arrested for Libel.
Philadelphia, Oct 24. Ex-Mayer
m. B. hmlth has caused the arrest of
Cel. A. K. McClure and Frank A. Mc
Laughlin, the editor and publisher of
the Times, en the charge of malicious
libeL The defendants were held en
thelr own recognizance. The alleged
libel web contained in an article claim
ing that the ex-mayor left the city under
a financial cloud.
Indian Land Deal Consummated.
Anadaiike, O. T., Oct 24. The Cher Cher Cher
okce commission has concluded its ne
gotiations with the Cemanahes, Kiewas
and Apaches. The Indians take an
allotment of 100 acres and sell the bal
ance for 3,000,000. The laud lies in the
southwest corner of Indian torrltery,
aud embraces !l, 000, 000 acres.
A Fiendish Crime,
Clarkbville, Tenn., Oct 21. Miss
Mary Leak, who lives with her aged
father at Big Richland, Humphrey
county, was outraged in a fiend
ish manner. Five men are charged
with the crime. They are linker,
Helland, Lancaster, Mallard and War
ren. Excitement runs high.'
A ratal On.irrnl.
BeNilAM, Te.., Oat. 84 Heb William,
and Beb Cook bauuiu involved In u
qunrral nnd both ummI kuivtta iin nrffii
uitftiu. Cook In dnd and Wllliainh will
Gathered Frem All Farts of the Country
A granary en a Great Ferd (Lincoln
shire) furm collapsed and killed four
Gee. W. Berger, of St Leuis, was
found murdered in the willows en the
Prof. Jehnsen was squeezed by the
boa In Huber's museum, New Yerk, and
will probably die
Reseburg, S. CL, ha3 a curiosity in the
shape of a three-wcoks'-eld baby whose
hand bears the imprint of a human
James Kinneburg nnd Beb Christie,
both boys, have been arrested for try
ing te set fire te the Clyde training ship
Thes. Neil, who was convicted in the
Old Bailey, Londen, of the murder of
Matilda Clever, will probably be ex
ecuted en November 8.
At Les Angeles, Cat, during the fire
works, a six-Inch gas pipe leaded with
gunpewder exploded, killing twelve
people and wounding many ethers.
Dowag'er Lady Tennyson, the widow
of Lord Tennyson, has gene from II as as
lemere te Lymlngten for a change of
scene. She is prostrated with grief.
J. F. Park had his head cut off at St
Jeseph, Me., Saturday morning by an
engine which ran him down in the
switch yards. Park was a well known
horseman of Ayer, la.
A manuscript dated February 23, 1851,
left by Victer Huge, which shows that
he believed in spiritualism, has just
been discovered. He describes his ex
perience at a spiritualistic seance.
At Letter's, near Huntington, Ind..
en the Chicago and Erie, a Wclls-Farge
express train wus wrecked by an open
switch. Engineer David Frederick and
Fireman Jehn Metz were fatally Injured.
The steamers Jamestown and City of
Erie nnd a private naphtha launch were
burned at Jamestown, N. Y., Sunday.
The Jamestown was the largest steamer
en Chautauqua Lake. Less, 820,000; in
Myren Thacker, while climbing a trce
after a coon at Bourbon, Ind., fell fifty
two feet breaking both legs and his
cellar bone. He also Injured himself
internally, and was picked up senseless.
His recovery is doubtful.
Edward J. Denning, senior partner of
the great dry goods house of E. J. Den
ning & Ce., successors te A. T. Stewart
& Ce., New Yerk, died suddenly in his
bath room late Saturday night Death
was due te paralysis of the heart, di
rectly caused by the grip.
In an attempt te make an arrest in a
Negro tenement house, St Leuis, Sun
day, Ofllcer Fred Behm was shot in the
back by Lewis Price and prebabh fa
tally hurt A stray shot struck Maggie
Neolan, colored, and, ranging down
ward from the small of her back, punc
tured her vitals in twenty-two places.
She died at 10 o'clock Sunday night
At Syracuse, 111., Fred Ulrlch, a boy,
was almost murdered by two savage
dogs Sunday morning. He was pass
ing the residence of Mrs. II. II. Mitchell
when a savage brute kept by the wom
an attacked him. Ulrich made a geed
fight, and would have come out all
right had net another deg, owned by
William Walred, also attacked him.
A fatal quarrel occurred between
Jehn and Geerge Pitt, at Rossview,
Tenn., Sunday. They were drinking
freely, and the quarrel was the result.
During the altercation the third brother
endeavored te separate Jehn and
Geerge, when Jehn drew a SS-calibcr
Smith & Wessen pistol and shot Geerge
in the left lung near the heart He then
made his escape.
Cincinnati 0t l
FLemt-150 brls. fancy te arrive,' J3.45; 200
brls. fancy, I3.M; 25 brM. winter, J4.2S; 150 brls.
fancy. J3.4S; SO brls. spring patent, fl.50; 50
brls. fancy, J3.45.
Wheat One car Ne. 2 red, peer, track, 09c,
1 car Ne. 2 red, track, 61; 4 cars Ne. 2 red:
track, 6c; 1 car Ne. 2 red, switched 7Ue; 8 cars
Ne. 3 red, track, 65c.
Cern Three cars Ne. 2 mixed, en track, 41c:
ene car yellow ear, en track, 45c, four cars Ne
2 yellow, en track, 431(0.
Oats Twe cars Ne. 2 mixed, en track, 3:c:
one car Ne. 2 white, en track, 35c; Ave cars Ne.
2 mixed, en track, at 34c.
Haulev One car sample fall, track, 60c.
Rye One car, Ne. 3, en track, JSc.
CAtTLE-Qulet nnd steady; fair te geed ship
pers, f3.S5&4.50; geed te choice butchers, M.CJ3
1.10; fair te medium butchers, Ji.7i.ia50. com
Hogs Steady; select shippers, i5.5025.65;
select butchers', J50j5.60: fair te geed pack
ers, t.M5$i.4.V fair te geed light, S5.205.;
common and rough, 4.C0&5.10.
Veal Calves-QuIei en geed light; fair te
geed light, S5.00d6.25, common and large, M.0U3
Sheep and LAMns-Shcep Steady; extra,
15.00; geed te choice, 14.001.75; common te fair,
12.50JA75L Lambs Firm: extre, 15.25; geed
te choice, 14 75.JJ5.15: common te fair, tlSftQ
New Yen:i, Oct. 2L
PiX)tm-Dull end easy.
Wheat Dull, lower and weak. December,
7S l.VlOc; May, t.VSe,
Itvt Weak und dull. Western, ftSftOle.
Uahlev Qulet. Western, 6.V&7JC,
Cekn Dull and weaker. November lOKc:
December, 50ic: May, 5l?e.
1'iTTSUuitcn, Oct. 24.
Cattle Market nothing deln?; all through
consignments; twenty cars cattle shipped te
Hoes Market Arm; I'hlladelphlas, $5,050
dft). best Yorkers, i5.65a5.75; ten cars heg3
shipped te New Yerk.
SHEKi Market nothing doing; nothing en
euicune, Oot. 21.
FLOUK AND GHAIN Cash quotations; Fleur
weak, prlces 15320c lower than ene week back;
Ne. 2 spring wheat, 7UlT71,iOi Ne. 3 snrlnu
wheat, 60463c; Ne. 2 red, 71iB7lXe; Ne. a
corn, lOJjc; Ne. 2 eats, 2S,Sc; Ne. 2 white, 23c;
Ne. 3 whlte, 20 t30c; Ne. 2 rye, 5le; Ne. 2 bar
ley, 6aC2e; Ne. 3 f. a b., 37e; Ne. 1 flax-seed,
riiiLAntLniiA, Oct 24.
Wheat weak: Ne. 8 red In expert olevotor,
71c; Ne. 2 red October, 747J4c
Cehn Spot and October Ne. 2 mixed steady
under light offerings, while futures beyond thla
month wcre weak, local car lets quiet; Ne. 3
high mixed In olevator, 51e; Ne. 2 mixed Oote.
Oath Car lets dull and wetkt future nomi
nal; Novemtier while, UJtW7e. Nix 2 whlte ou
track, 3., Ne. 2 whlte October, SditWe.
Teledo, a, Oot ci.
Wabat Active and lewer: Ne. 2 cash and
Ootelor,7tei Nevi'mHr,He; rocembcr,i2Jci
Cens Dull nnd stmdyi Ne. ensh tY,ci
Ne. .1, IDfce, Ne, 2ytlluw, UHe.
O.VT-QHttl Mftlt, Me.
HVM-Dull, OHltU. 5nj.
vw vui k.Ni-.ailv nnd steady;
urrtM mh MA otewr,
Mia. NuwiuNr, 0!.U
PiHHMUlHM-, itUlvtt, ftbrairjr , MITt).
I Have Yeu
discovered tlint whlle the astronomers J
tire puzzling tlietneelves ever the pi- T
cullnr nppournnce of the moon Henry T
Ort Iirj a nevelty lutlie T
that Is quite Hne onenuh te please the
lady In tlie moon. Wnteli the moon
aud keep nn eye en
State National Bank
. . $'JOO,UOO
DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
C. n. l'KAKUE, Cashier.
W. H. Cox, PraiUleat.
J.ve. 1'ilw. Vlce-rrellent.
net,:: ixrers BJitrnn,
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
THAT CAN BE
will eontlntie te repair atche. Clocks Htnl
Jowelry at Illiikf-boreiigh's old stand, ect" 1m
FALL SHAPES NOW KEADY.
Shirts Made te Order.
Academy of tlie Visitation HeimUiiK
anil DaySclioel for YeniifirLatlicB.
This Institution lias a lilk-h reputation for lit
tnuny iidvitntai;i mid tliermiirli education In
rvury brunch. Tlie Mimleul Depariimmt Is
under thodlreotlnti of uvriiduate or minted
cutmirvHtnry. CU'rnmu and Ilclectle tiystmn
or Drnwimr tmulu froe. lliiml pupils will he
I nihiu.t liv tin, liliit.ltt.ilt Mnllin.l lf.ii. ,nM...u
fitiil ntlmt itliiirinjlllnll lllitiW' In fl!ti'P1?ld tfll
ITIIK VISITATION, Mayivllfe. SI. mm Ce., Ky.
Allen A. Edmonds,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEiN
FiMt That Allen Drever, Cnlvert C. Arthur,
Edward F. Hernden, Henry A. itees, II, V.
Hees nnd William Manley ha70 become. In
corporated bj-virtue of the previsions of the
General Statutes or Kentucky under the name
of Shannen nnd Kerman Chapel Turnplke
Company, ut-.d the principal jilnce of transact
In business Is at the rosldenco of Jehn U.
Hernilen, Ei., Masen county, Ky.
Second The tiature of the business pro
posed te be transacted Is the construction,
malntennnce nnd operation of n turnpike
read from the Sardls Turnplke Kead near the
forks of Shannen creek te Fleming1 county
line near Fermnn's Ch&pel, n dlstance of
ntieut two and a half miles.
Third The capital stock of said corpora
tion 18 six thousand dollars, In shares of
t wenty. live dollars each, the private stock te be
paid In upon call of the Directors, and the
stock of Masen ceuntyln nccordnncewlth re re re
(ulromentsef theorderef the Court of Claims
of Masen county.
Fourth Said corporation shall cemmence
business as seen ns two thousand dollars Is
subscribed te the capital stock and shall con
tlnue in existence 111 ty years.
Fifth The affairs of the corporation are te
he conducted by a President and a Heard of
Directors, flve In number, a Secretary nnd
Treasurer, nil of whom are te be stockholders
in said corporation. The first set of officers
shall be Allen Grever, President: H. W. Itees,
Calvert C. Arthur, Kdward F. Hernden. Wll
Ham Manley nnd Henry A. Hees, Directers:
Edward F. Hernden, Secretnry: II. V. Kees,
Treasurer, and they shall held their offices
until thenrst Monday in April, 13, and until
their successors are chosen and qualitled: nnd
overy first Monday In April thereafter a Pres
ident and Heard of Directors shall be chosen
by the stockholders, and a Secretary and
Treasurer by the President tnd Heard of Di
rectors te held for the ensuing- vear and until
their successors are chosen end qualified.
Sixth The Indebtedness of said corpora
tlen shall at no tlme exceed the sum of five
Seventh The prlvate property of the stock
holders Is te be exempt from the corporate
debts of said corporation.
April 13tb. lf(.
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EDWAUD F. HEHNDON,
HENHV A. HEES,
H. V. HEES.
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