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DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY
THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO.
William II. Cox,
Theman A. Davis,
WiliaaX II. Waihweiith, Jr.,
Heeretarv nml Trtaiurrr.
Themas A. Davis Rllter amt Manager.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Willi a II. Cox, M.C. IlrsHLL,
A.M.J. COCHItAN, W. II. Wadhwektii, Jr.,
Themas A. Davis.
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A Werd te Republicans.
The hope of the party lies In the expantten
of a stalwart Jtepubllcan press. The Jtepub
llean tche remit or ethenche helps te sup-
pett a Democratic paper te the exclusion of
one Of his etcn puny neicspupers is untrue
te the liepubllcan raime.
Unaulmeuily subscribed te by the Xallemtl
J. S. CLARKSON, President.
A. B. HUMPHBEY. Sscretary.
or NEW YOnK.
JOHN P. McCARTNET,
Or rLEMI.SQ COUNTY.
TOR APPELLATE JUDOE,
WILLIAM li. HOLT,
ANDREW M. J. COCHItAN.
W. A. BYItON,
FOR CIRCUIT CI.ERK,
ORLANDO P. COX,
CHAHLES W. WILLIAMS.
CHAHLES II. NICHOLSON.
' What worries the Democratic mana
gers just new la that they don't knew
where the lightning la going te strike
IlA9 The Bulletin heard that 12,000
garment cutters in New Yerk city have
been orderod by the Knights of Laber
te boycott the Uomecratio ticket? These
12,000 May possibly overcome the 1
rote tht Wayne JMaoVsaeh wilt give
the great and only Greves.
It h (.'ratifying te reflect that the time
draws nich when the camDalcn liar will
, Pink back Inte deserved obscurity.
Yes, Polk; and hew we will iniss you.
If The Ledoer were te say that
Grever Cleveland believes in Grever
Cleveland maybe The Covington Com
monwealth would say that that is a
And they de say up In Fleming
county that Mr. Harbeson ia a "salary
grabber;" that he sought te force the
people te pay him mero for his services
than the law allowed.
The Bulletin has been guilty of se
many contemptible and scurvy tricks
during the present campaign that The
Ledger has net thought it worth
while te notiee them. However, they
will be fully and emphatically answered
by the honest peeple of Masen county
one week from te-day.
Why can't a Free-trader tell the
truth? He will tell you that calico is
Tariff taxed 100 per cent., and that con
veys the idea that you are being robbed
by the dealer. Why doesn't he tell you,
at the same time, that you can buy
calico for less than the 100 per cent.
The Democrats are even scared up
about the "Blue Hen's Chicken." They
are cavorting and charging that there
is a "plot" te carry Delaware for the
Republicans, which only means that
they are net quite sure of carrying it
themselves. But when Delaware gees
Republican the Devil will go Ashing.
The Kentucky Journal wants all
geed Democrats te condone the acts of
the recent Legislature, en the plea that
it might have done werse if it had
done anything at all. But It did sev
eral very important things, this late
Legislature. It emptied the Treasury
nnd It raised the taxes upon every
mother's son of you. If you don't
knew It you'll find It out when the
Sheriff calls en you.
The Covington Commonwealth has a
sero head because the Republicans of
Kentucky have chosen the Eagle as the
device of their party and had it placed
at the head of their ticket And our
neighbor has a correspondent who. is
disturbed because it will fester the idea
that the Republican "is a National pa
triotic party and the Democratic is
net." Hew sadly sad this Is; but it will
be difllcult te convlnce people that the
party which in itB National Convention
In 1SG-1 denounced the war for the
Union a fallure Is a "National patriotic
Fer the further enlightenment of our
esteemed friend of The Kentucky Jour
nal, we have te say that the foreign
blankets purchased by Mr. Cleveland's
administration for the United States
Army were brought into this country
without paying a cent ej duty. The
anti-American and pre-British policy of
the Democratic Free-trader being te
kill off American workingmen and
American manufacturers at all hazards,
there was no difficulty in finding a law
under which the British blankets could
be brought In duty free.
The United States have grown richer
by about $2,000,000 for every working
day in the past ten years. About
11,000,000 a week
for the past two
The years has been com-
Heme Market, ing te this country
wealth of this country is said te be
about $01,000,000,000 te-day, about four
times what it was before the war.
The farmers produce every year about
The manufacturers produce every
year about $8,000,000,000; and that is
one thousand million mero than the
manufactured products of Great Brit
ain. Mere tennage handled by the rail
roads of the United States in 1800 than
all the railroads of Great Britain, Ger
many, France and Russia.
Mere tonnage through the Detroit
river in 1889 than the entire tonnftge
clearing at Londen and Liverpool in
foreign and coast-wise trade.
Mere tonnage by the Pennsylvania
Railroad system than by all merchant
ships of Great Britain.
Our home market is worth thirty
times as much as our foreign market.
In 1890 it was $50,000,000,000, according
A new life-saving apparatus is being
constructed at Teulon, It consists of a
small vessel fitted with n rudder and a
clock-work movement, and Is intended
te carry from the shere te a ship in dis
tress a line by which may be drawn en
beard a cable or ether instrument for sav
A PRIZE-FIGHT SCENE.
Godfrey Knocked Benlat bjr Choyleskl
In the Fifteenth Hound, nnd the Great
Crowd! llewle'4 Like Fiends Over the
. Nr.w Yeiuc, Nev. 1. Geerge Godfrey,
for a number of years a geed one, has
been knecked out by Joe CheylnskL
They met In a room in the Ceney Island
Athletic club Monday night After a
terrific battle of fifteen rounds wns
fought Godfrey was knocked out
Fourteen rounds of fierce fighting and
the bloody honors were even. Four
teen rounds and the left eyes of both
men were bruised and blackened from
the awful blows, and their faces bore
the marks of the ether's handiwork.
Their ribs were swathed with red welts,
and ever thelr bread shoulders, where
the force of many fierce blows was
spent the skin was red and raw.
Up they came for the fifteenth round
like two great panthers, ever wary.
They circled about, their hawk eyes
gleaming llke fire from beneath their
heavy brews. Suddenly the colored
man made a short savage rush. Around
came his great yellew arms In swift
circles about the whtte's face. The lat
ter Jumped beck nnd avoided the onset
Again the black rushed forward, and
the rattle of flying feet en the heavy
stage sounded like a heavy drum. It
was the colored man's last rush. Out
shot Cheyinskl's long, whlte arm like a
belt of marble. It caught Godfrey full
en "the face, driving his head back with
a jerk. Then around came the awful
rkjht which the whlte had reserved
throughout the fight, full en the colored
man's jaw. Ne human physique could
have withstood that smash.
Godfrey fell like a leg and rolled ever
en his ric-ht side, with his jrlove ever
his face. Te all intents and purposes
he was a dead man. His legs quivered a
little, but that was nil. With theax-like
sound of the blew every man in the
great building was en bis feet swing
ing a forest of hats and howling like
fiends. In the center of the ring the
refcrce threw his hand up and down
with every second of time and howled
out the passing seconds at the top of his
strong lungs. His voice was never heard
beyond the ropes. Nevertheless, the
crowd counted the swings of thatpump thatpump
handle and knew that Godfrey was
The seconds dragged the beaten man
te his corner, and began the usual
operation of resuscitation. Half the
crowd had fought their way through
the doers befere the Negro left the
ring. Cheyinskl had long since gene
te his dressing-room. The time of the
round was one minute and eleven
The Mlles Ogle Product.are.itly Improved,
In Circulation Again.
Cincinnati, Nev. L The Hancock
counterfeits are around again. They
ere the best of thelr kind that have
ever been put afloat They ere the
same en which Miles Ogle is doing a
fiftceen years' turn at Columbus, only
they have been greatly Improved. Bank
ers have been deceived by them.and sev
eral of them have even caught U. S.
Part of one of these rami) te the sub
treasury in this city Monday from
Louisville, from a man who want
ed geed money In exchange, but .
the deception was net successful. The'
authorities give out a caution te all
persons handling meney that It is the
most dangerous counterfolt in circula
tion, and that the utmost care is neces
sary te prevent being taken in by them.
CRAZY MAN'S WORK.
lie Throws IIIi Child Inte n V11 nnd
Mioets lilt SIter-ln-Lnr,
Macen, Ge., Nev. 1. At Louisville,
Ga., Monday morning Dr. G. W. Kelly,
a prominent physician, threw his eight-year-old
daughter intp a well, intend
ing te drown her, and then shot and
killed bis sister-in-law, who tried te
prevent the perpetration of the crime.
Fer some time past Kelly has been in a
nervous condition, due te religious ex
citement, and has hinted at the neces
sity of taking the llfe of these who
were dearest te him, in order that he
might preBerve them from the evils of
the world. Monday morning after the.
commission of the crime, and while his
sister-in-law lay dying in the room, he
asserted that Ged had called him in his
sleep te teke the life of his child and
sister-in-law. He appeared perfectly
sane and rational at times.
One Sinn Killed nnd Number Madly
PAnuERSBURO, W. Va. , Nev. l.Newi
has been received of a terrlble accident
at Strader's saw nnd grist mill, en Ben
creek, in Legan county. A day or twe
age while the mill was running in full
force the boilers exploded, tearing part
of the mill te pieces and killing and in
juring' several workmen. Elijah Jack Jack
eon was struck by a picce of ene of the
boilers and instantly killed, and Julius
Robinson, another workman, was struck
en the bead and fatally injured. Hiram
Tyrrell had both legs broken and Jerry
Kncss was seriously injured. Several
ether empleyes were also injured, but
nene of them fatally.
A god I.nu llurncd te Dentil.
IIatesviixk, Ind., Nev. 1. Mrs. Han
nah Andrews, aged 73 years, was burned
te death in her home at Napeleon. In
her enfeebled condition the old lady
get tee near the fire, when her clothing
caught, and, before the flre could be ex
tinguished, she was dead,
Mrs. Jlarrlten'a llrnther.
Washinoten, Nev. 1. Judge Jehn L.
Scott, brother of Mrs. Harrison, arrived
in the city Monday morning, and will
be the president's guest for a few days.
He started from Pert Tewnscnd, Wash.,
te attend the funeral In Indianapolis,
but failed te reach there In time.
A Mlnliter Kent te the I'enltentlnrjr.
Balem, O., Nev. L Rev.Chas, Gentle,
an Evangelist minister, was sentenced
te seven years in the pen for assault
and rape en a young girl in Washing-
tonville last summer.
lever l'atlent HhoeU Illmielf.
Peru, Ind., Ner. 1. Isaac Panne
shot himself fatally In the abdomen
while in a dcllrum, caused by foyer.
He lived a few miles south of this city.
Presidential Campaign of 1892!
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Our Mr. White having purchased the store property -we are
in, and desiring te remodel same for greater capacity
and convenience in handling our business, which can
not well be done with the stock in the house, we pro
pose te sell for the next few days
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Come and see us. Respectfully,
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seasenableDE.Y GOODS FANCYaMSTAPLE
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS,
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28 and 80 W. Second Street, :-: MAYSVILLE, KY.
THE PUBLIC LEDGER,
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OLDEST HOUSE JN THE CITY. W. F. I'OVEli.
CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO.
(Ne. 2- 9:40 k. m
Ne. a).....7:40 li. m.
Ne. IB 4:43 1. u
Ne. 4.......8:00 p. m
t Ne. 1. A:22 a. ni
w.i J Ne. 1......5:40 a. m
"" 1 Ne. I7..-10-.I& a. m
I ise. s 4: p. nv
Add twentr-elx minutes te pet city time.
Nes. 10 and SO are the Mavsvllle accommoda
tion, and Ke. 17 and 1H the Huntington accom
modation. Neb. 1 And 8 nre the last express
nml Vns.M nnl 4 tlin P. F. V.
Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) Ib a felkl train with through
F. F. v.) is a reiid train witn tnreuga
nr and Pullman Bloopers te Washing Washing Washing
Imere. Philadelphia and New York Yerk
Pullman Blooper te Hlohmend, Va.,.
uintnir car ami
and Old Point Comfert. Ne. S Is a solid train,
with Pullman sleeper te Washington, maklmr
all Eastern nnd Southeastern connections.
The accommodation trains are dally except
Sunday: the rest are dally.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for points
West and Seuth.
Leaver Mnysvllle at
fi:30n.m. rer Paris, Lex-
mend." Stanford. Llv.
lngsten, Jolllce, Mlddlcsberqugb, Cumberland
Gap, Frankfort. Louisrllle' and points en N.
N. nnd M. V., Eastern Division.
Lenves Mnysvllle at 1M6 p,m. for Paris, Cin
cinnati, Lc.xInKten, Wlnohester. Richmond
nnd points en N. N. and M. V.t Eastern Divis
Arrive nt Mnysvllle at 1000 a. ra. and 8MR
All trains daily except Sundny.
Add twenty-six minutes te get city time.
DIRECT ROUTE WEST
37ie Ohlu ami .VfesfMlp.
Ib the short line be.
twecn Clncinnntl and
St. I.e ills, and all ei' its
trains run through solid
te St. Leuis. Ne transferring of baggnge or
of passengers who travel en O. nnd M. trnlns.
Less than tun hours is our time te St. Leuis,
where our trains mnke connection In the
Union Depot with trains of all lines for the
West, Southwest and Northwest.
The Ohie nnd 'Mississippi Hallway Is the di
rect and tust line te Louisvllle.
ThoOhlennd Mississippi Railway gives spe
cial attention te colonists going West, either
single or in parties. Our ngents nre pre
pared at all times te furnish Information as te
rntes nnd routes te paints Wcsl,-nnd when
passengers arc ready te start w'.il secure their
tickets at leweet rates and nttend te check
ing baggage through te destination.
Fer tlckPts vln O. nnd M. Railway and
further information cull en ngents of connect
ing lines or address C. W. PARIS.
Central Passenger Agent O. nnd M. Rnll-
wny. 48 West Fourth Street. Clncinnntl, O.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO.
Or MAYSVILLE, KY.
Aht. I. He It Known thnt Wllllnm II. Ces,
Themas A. Davis, W. II. Wndswerth, Jr., Sam
uel T. Hickman, A. M. J. Cochran, M. C. Rus
sell, Oeerge L. Cox and Allen A. Edmonds,
have this day associated themselves together
and become Incorporated under and by vlrtue
et Chapter 5(5 of the General Statutes of the
State of Kentucky ns The Publle Ledger Com
pany nnd by that name shall sue nnd be sued,
contract nnd be contracted wit h, nnd shall have
perpetual succession and n common seal, with
power te niter same nt pleasure.
AitT. S. The capltni stock of snld Corpora
tion shall be $5,000, divided Inte shares of
f 10 each, and the same shall be transfera
ble by written assignment en the certificate,
and when trnuslerred the certlllcate for same
shall be surrendered te the Company and can
celed, nnd new ones issued In lieu thereof.
Aht. 3. ThlB Corporation is organized for
the purpose of publishing a newspaper In the
city of Mnysvllle. and distributing the same
throughout the state of Kentucky, nnd for the
currying en of n general newspaper bush. ess
In snld city nnd state.
Aht. 4. The principal plncoef business of
said Corporation shall be at Mnysvllle, Ky.
The capital stock of said Corporation may be
Increased at a meeting et the stockholders,
(these holding n majority et the stock assent
ing thereto) te any sum net exceeding f 10, 10,
noe. This Corporation muy organize when
Uoe shares of Its stock Is subscribed. Stock
may be paid ter In money or equivalent nt nn
agreed contract price, nnd nny stock net sub
scribed for may be sold from time te time.
ns the Directors may direct nnd authorize,
nnd the certificates of Stock shnll be signed by
the President nnd Sccrctnry, und the corpo
rate seal shall be nlllxed te same.
Aht. 6. The Corporation snail be managed
by a Directory of llve perseus who shall be
elected annually nt the Cempnny's office in
JInysville, Ky , en the 1st Monday In March or
eacli year. If. for any reason, there should
net be nil election held at the time fixed, tho the tho
Dliccters in olllce shnll contlnue as such until
their successors nre elected nnd iiualltled.
Aht. 0. The Directors shall choeso from
their number n Presldent nnd Vloe-Presldont,
nnd from snid number or the stockholders a
Secretnry and Treasurer, or, If they see fit.
they may combine theBO two officers Inte ene.
They shall elect tin Editor, nnd may elect an
nsslstant te the Editor, both or whose duties
and tenure of olllce they may fix and pro pre
scribe by by-laws of the Company, which by
laws a majority of the Directors may adept
for the management of the Cempany'taffalrs.
Aht. 7. The Company shall net Incur nn
Indebtedness exceeding, In the aggregate, nt
nny one time, n sum equal te one-half of the
capital stock paid in.
Aht. 8. The prlvate property of the stock
holders of this Company shall be oxempt
from all debts or liabilities of the Corpora
tion. Aht. 0. The Corporation shall begin when
It shall have organized, as provided for herein,
nnd shall continue ns long as may be neces
sary, according te law.
In witness whereof, the said incorporators incerporators incorperators
havo hereunto set their hands this 10th day of
William 11. Cox, A. M. J, Cochran,
Themah A. Davir, M. C. Russell,
,W. H.WADSwenTit.Jr., Qee. L. Cox,
B T. Hickman, Allen A. Edmonds.
State op Kentucky, i ,,,,
Masen County. f "
I. T. M. Pcarcc. Clerk of the Ceuntv Court
for the county and state .aforesaid, de certify
that the foregoing Artlcloef Incorporation of
The Publle Ledger Ce. was, en March 10. 1892,
produced te me In said county, and acknowl
edged by snld Themas A. Davis. William H.
Cox. W.H. Wndswerth', Jr.(S.T.HIokrean. M.
C. Russell. Gcerge L. Cox nnd Allen A. Ed
monds each te be thelr net nnd deedt nnd en
March 14, ltt, the same was again reproduced
te me nnd ncknewledged by A. M. J. Cochran
te be his act and decd, and ledged rer record,
whoreupon the same, togethor with this cor cer cor
tltlcate, hath been duly rocenlod In my office
(II von under my hand this 14th day or March,
IStrJ. T. M. PEARCE. Clerk.
lly T. II. Slattery. D. C.
Netico of Incorporation of Maysille
1. Netico Is hereby given that JehnT. Flem
ing. J.C. Pecer.T. H. N. Smith, Ernle White,
II. Hechlnger, Cleon O. Owens, J. A.' Reed.
Themas R. Pbister, W. W. Hull and M. J. Mc
Carthy have formed a corporation named
Mnysvllle Sanitarium Company, In accordnnce
with the. previsions of Chapter Wi, General
X. The principal placoef business is Mays
vllle, Masen county, Kentucky.
;i. The business of the corporation Is te es
tablish nnd maintain nn Institute at Mnjsvllle
for the euro of the liquor, tobacco nnd mor
4. The capital sleck Is ten thousand dollars,
illvided Inte shares of ten dollars each, te be
paid for In money or ether property ns mnvbe
agreed upon, te be paid In en call of Directors.
5. The corporation beglns-May Dili, 18(U, nnd
Is te contlnue ler twenty-live years.
0. The buslnefs or the company shall be
jnnnnged by a Heard of flre Directors, who
shall be elected annually by the stockholders
nnd who shnll huld olllce for ene year and
until thelr successors ate elected and ijual
nod. The Directors shall 1rem thelr numbct
elect n President and Vlce-Preildcnt, nnd
from thelr number or the stockholders, n Sec
retery and Treasurer.
7. The highest amount of Indebtedness or
liability te which tint corporation is te sub
loot t-eU Is two thousand delar.
8. The private property of the stockholders
It te be oxempt from the oenionitp debts.
JOHN V. FLKMINO, President.
Attcstl Tiieh. It, PniSTEH, Bec.und Trent.
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