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jfter or. habits of any person will be admitted
no thoee columns.!
HVCorrtmen&tnU will vleate tend Letten no
a te reach us net later than 9 e'clntH a. m. Give
ttm Am ni fetft .fvwvl. nm ,nmthl Ir MWftlf
fA mm n Wii department ami net tulvtrtUing
notice or veHnca( areumrm..
Tbe following are authorized Agents for
THi fOBWOUroeta in their respcctive local
Aforanbure Matthew Heffman.
Helena Rebert B. Cord.
Minerva Frank W. Hawes.
Sordte B, O. Grtgsby.
Orangeburg C U. Ress.
-Spr(nxta&! C. 0. Degman.
Mavelieh Charles Whoelor.
FanceewvMrs. Jennie Stewart.
ML Carmtl Kelly & Foxworthy.
Auetuta Loander TuUy.
Pl Jeseph W. Williams.
RIiuJfeAKnrinnft J. H. Hunter.
Subscribers will save tbe treuble of letter
writing by paying their subscriptions te the
Agent at tncir Diaoe.
William T. G rover Is en tbe sick list.
Nathan Campbell has a new nlne pound boy
at bis heuse. They call him Earl.
Themas Hess and Miss Sadle Wheatley are
te be married In the Christian Church en the
10th Inst, at 0 o'clock In the evening.
Bome of the folks out hore are anxious te
knew why you keep that blllle goat In your
paper. We would modestly suggest that you
let him fall through a crack.
WEATHER CROP UOLZETIS.
f Condition of the Small Cropf.Threughout
. AeniucKy up te xeaieraay.
The rains the last of August and the
jf , .t first of September made the prospect for
iaii grasses very una, anu many ui my
correspondents report that the indications
were never better; but since that time
we have had a very severe drought, ac
companied with het sun and drying
winds, which has dried the ground, and
stepped vogctatien of all kinds. The
drought is widespread, net being confined
te our state. In many localities stock
water is very scarce, and farmers are
-having tihaul drinking water. In the
nnaflritiif ilflita Ih awi te n nA I i vl. wiImb
I -t JOOI-1UV UB)0 .UUIU IIATU UUVU ilUh 1UIUO
in.seme counties, but nothing like a gen-
R oral-rain. I have seme reports that the
Ireught is unprecedented, grasses en
tirely dried up, and farmers feeding their
stock as they de in the winter time.
There has been an average ocreage of
wheat sewn, although tbe present price
is very low and future indications 'net
very bright. Many correspondents re-
f pert that they have sewed their wheat
- in the dust, net enough moisture te sprout
m it. Others that their wheat has sprouted
' and much of it will die for the Jwant of
rain. A number of letters have been re
ceived by the Commissioner of Agricul
ture acknowledging the receipt of wheat
from his office, and speaking in thejliigh-
k estUpralseJ efthe quality efj the grain.
The two variotIcsefJwhcat;whIch was dis-
trihntnri wnrn irrewn'hv .Tnilcn Vnnmntpr
h v .""""" :: ' J. :
of iOhie, a voryiiarge farmer, who takes
great interest in testing allnew kinds of
wheat. ' CD
S; While tholreperts are vcry'varied as te
the condition of tobacco, they all,agrec
as te it having been cut and housed in
geed order and fine color, and curing
well. It is impossiblclte get a report jthat
is strictly correct, for efien two cerres-
p penucnts of tbe same county will diucr
from ten te tut eon points, altbeugbthIs
season the weather has bccnmere favora
ble te the dark tobacco districts, which
will show a difference in the per cent. in
favor of the dark tobacco. In comparing
the reports, we will separate them te
show the difference. The condition for
Burley is 75 per cent., .while for the en
tire state, both Burley and dark tobacco
Is 83 per cent., as compared with last
The yield of corn per aero can hardly
boCdctermlned as yet, asCvcryHllttlcl has
"'nflr 'been gathered; oneugh,l.howovcr, has
Ju been gathered for feeding hogs te deter-
L mlnA flint flirt nrtn will Tint Tin Inrrrn enrl
thn Infllrntinna urn that thn nunlltv teHI
i -.: . . '
lalcbelew an avorage. 1 he lavarage per
'i ' ,.cent., asplaced by tbcjcorrespendonts,
vf larger than was anticipated 00 per
B W- nnrtnr tf tlm Imnrrlif vVia tmmn rrtr ta
very short. The condition compared
srlth Inut vner ta Anltr KA nflf innf
T?IU t J VUt W SJJ WV Vi WW.V4W
Tbe condition ana latness ei negs -oe-ing
fed for market compared with last
year are 05 per cent. The number of
A'ibegs being fed for market compared
r' a- " . . . . . ,
e wim last year is ou per cent.
f 4. '.' The condition of beef cattle being fed
compared with lest year is 85 per cent.
Lt- The number being fed for market com-
f ifr 1 III. t..l - DA 1
j jmtu wiiu luei juur is ou per cuuv.
V . OwlBg te the drought the yield of
; f v Irkk potatoes is only fair, the condition
r" htlng 84 per cent.
Tke hay cren is very troed. the avoreco
..'-&y kid being ene and a half tODB per acre.
I'nrture It liefere Leavina Heme.
h VTTiree years age, while I was visiting
---f-AI -- at TJ Irynnflvllln 'KTn T -urna
'JH:'777"7 " D "" ""
rMieraemy laKcn witb cene ana sovero
'" Y Mkts Ih the stomach. Mv relutlvcs sent
3 Um Docter for medicine, and be seut
jL mkm, m Imitla ilf ntiamKnrlaln'-i rVOI.
iviv.w v vwwhiviimu a -wvt
r& aad DiArrkcDA Itemed v. lellincr
fi$m iimt Hni. W lUt malriM did net
."pMdty A Tbeww,
KENTUCKY WBATUKlt IISPORT.
What 116 May Kjyct Jlrtteren Thll Time
anil To-Sterroto Evettlng,
THE LEDOER'S WEATHER SIGNALS.
iri( streamer rAiii; JMue hain or snow;
With Vlnck abevk 'twill WAnucR grew.
If Bin' BKNBATI1 COLDER 'twill DOt
Unless Uteck't shown no ohange we'll see.
f3BThe abeve forecasts are made for a
period of thirty-six hours, endlug at 8 o'clock
The Central Hetel, at Winchester, was
destroyed by flre Saturday morning about
4 o'clock. Less about 920,000; insured
for 912,000. The explosion of a lamp
supposed te be the cause.
Thh Free-trade policy of the Demo
cratic party never built a raile of railroad,
norer established a mill or factory, never
increased the demand for skilled or un
skilled labor nnd never added a penny
te the pay cnvolepo of a toiler. When
ever it has been tried in this country it
has brought sllcnce and idleness te
wheels and spindles that had been busy,
rust and decay te machinery that had
sung of prosperous industry, and want
and despair te homes that had bceu filled
with happiness and abundance.
"Loek Before Yeu Jjeap."
Select the best place te buy Guns,
Leadcdand Empty Shells, Primers, Wads,
Caps, Shet, Hunting Coats, Cartridge
Vests, (something new,) Belts, DuPents
Powder and a full line of Leading Imple
ments. Yeu will find all of the above at
he Frank Owens Hardware Ce., very
cheap Theywi &tu..y .you ujuu wul
call en them.
The Emersen 1'lane.
The Emersen Plnne Company of Bosten,
Mass., and 02 Fifth Avenue, New Yerk, have
had a long and successful oxperience In the
manufacture of pianos, and have attained an
onvlable reputation. These pianos are of tbe
very finest tene and of tbe best material and
workmanship, and are sold at moderate prices
and en reasonable terms. As a general thing
a persen buys a piano but ence In a lifetime,
und It Is, thorcfero, very Important that the
instrument should comblne as many desirable
features of a permanent character as possible.
Manufacturers of geed reputation and of
long standing should be the favered ones.
The Emersen I'lane Company hare made and
sold upward of sixty thousand pianos; and
they warrant e-ery Instrument sent from
thelr factory. They will send te any of our
readers who may be thinking of purchasing a
piano, their Illustrated catalegue froe of
charge; and it will be found te be an Interest
Finn and Accident Ins. W. R. Warder.
EDMIST0N & KINNEHAN, Mgrs.
Monday, November 14th,
Bartlcy Campbell's Famous Play,
The White Slave
Under the management of H. C. Kennedy.
Original New Yerk Company,
Carload of Special Scenery,
Startling Mechanical Effects.
Including a wonderful Hain Storm of Ileal
Priced 25, 35, 50 and 75 Cents
Beats en sale at Nelsen's.
COAL, COAL !
Peach Orchard Ceal Ce.
All grades of Ceal received dally. Orders
left at my Oralnheuse, or lirlckyard corner
Second and Union streets, will roeolvo prompt
Small, the Tailor
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS
EMP0BIUM of FASHION
Ne. 110 Market Street,
OppenlU Ontrtl TTetel.
'WHITE, JUDD & CO.
&9 JBW lp wW liWBW Rfffft
X)r i AdvertUtmtnUunder
10 xjllQiTQQl Ut4htuuwf "Http
"'""'" " "SUuatUym
l'antJ," " UUn " Found," ., e an acttpUx
bit naturt, and net te excl three Unci, en thla
page, art FREE te all.
PTA'e OuMnc Adveiilttmenl liwrtcd vHth vHth
antwat fall te come Vie first time, tre invite
a many rcpttUteiu at are. nccenearv te teevre
what ieu advcrtUe for. ire wtth the advtrtleer
te feel that theg are net imposing en u by uttng
our free column.
AdvertUemcnle can be left at mtr eiflce or tent
through the mall te
THE FVllLW LEDGER COMPART,
Ne. 10 E. Third Street.
Wf ANTED By nu oxperlonccd seamstress
IT family sewing te take home or would
go out by the day. Innulre at this offlce or
address Bex M3 City V. O.
WANTED Cook & Jacksen have lust ro re
celved a fresh supply of groceries and
previsions or all kinds and ask the publle te
call and oxamlne thelr stock.
WANTED Talne's Becend Volutue of Lit
erature and Ders' King Arthur re
turnel. W. D. HIXBON.
WANTED Twe strlpper boys. Apply te
OUT & THOMAS.
WANTED-A small Platform Scale. Ap
ply te BBIQHTMAN BltOTHERS, at
Adams Express offlce.
WANTED A geed trlrl te de general bouse
WANTED-Offlce Bey. Apply te DU3.
8TKODE & SAMUEL.
WANTED The thlef who stelo Geerge N.
Crawford's Whoelbarrow te return
WANTED Blacksmith; must be a geed
herse shoer. 8tendr Jeb and geed pay
te right man. FltANK DUNCAN. Sardls. Kyy
WANTED-Ladlcs te knew that Mrs. Hlse
of the Sixth Ward wcaves carpet at Ne.
l-j i f ereBi nvenue
WANTED An Upright Piane In geed con
dltlen fe rent. Apply without delay at
the Convent In this city.
WANTED A girl te de general heuse
work. Apply te MBS. JOHN M. UAIN8,
132 West Second street.
TITANTRn T.nrileR te knew that Miss Eva
VV DoAtley is carrying en a Dressmaking
establishment In the Sixth Ward, and would
llke te have thorn call.
FOB SALE A square Base Burner 8tore,
will sell cheap. W. H. FREDEU1CK,
Sixth Ward. .
FOB SALE OU KENT The deslrable rest rest
dence of He v. B. W. Mcbane, East Fourth
street. Fer terms apply te Bev. B. W. Mo Me
bano or M. C. HTJTCHINS. Masonle Temple.
FOB SALE Seoend-hand safe, wardrobe
and offlce desk. Apply te O. W. OEISEL,
FOB KENT Oil SALE My resldoneo belew
town known as "Klverslde." If rented.
can have use of horse and two cows. Apply
at ence te A. J. McDOUOLE or H. C. MC
I7IOU 8ALE OB TBADE A geed herse and
? Jersey mlleh oew. S. PANGBUKN, M.D.
FOB KENT Lewer fleer of my heuse en
West Secend street, sultable for a small
family. Apply te M ItS. MABY BILEY.
IIOU BENT Adomseu heuse en West Boo Beo Boe
ond street. Apply te W. D. COCHRAN,
FOB UENT-A small oettago en Walnut
street. Fifth Ward. Apply te MISS JEN
FOB BENT Modern Oottage en Commerce
street. Fifth Ward. Fer terms, &e., apply
at Adams' Express Office.
LOST A Llmcstone Building Association
book marked MABYGABBISON. Ploase
return te 30 East Third street.
LOST. 8TBAYED OB STOLEN-Frem my
stable en tbe nlglit of October 31st, a bay
Herso, two white hind feet, whlte face, flve
years old. A liberal reward will be paid for
his return te It. V. DUYDEN. Fifth Ward.
LOST A Leg Chain from my wagon bo be bo
tween M. C. BusseU's and my bome en
West Secend street. Sultable reward for re
turn of same. JAMES HASSON. Sr.
LOST Between the Posteffleo and West
Eud. a bunch of S Keys. Plcase return
te this effice:
,OST A sllver Clasp marked M. M. F.
J Please return te this office.
LOST A pair of geld Spoctacles Sunday
morning cither In Court heuse or en Third
Btreet botweon Court nnd Plum. Be turn te
Mrs. M. G. Clarke, 03 East Third street, and
LOST A pair of geld rimmed Nose-gluBscs
In street car or nt coraetcry. Sultable
reward for their return te M. C. BUSSELL.
LOST Child's Breastpin en Ferest avenue,
en Columbus Day. Bctura MBS. JOHN
LOST On October 22d, botweon ice factory
and tellgate en Maysvllle and Lexington
Pike, Pocket-book oeutalnlng tli. Sultable
reward if returned te this office
LOST-A lady's silk Handkerchlcf. Finder
plcase leave at Mrs. Kate Blerley's and
LOST A leather Deg Cellar, with Tag Ne. 82
and naine of Q. A. Means attached. The
finder will pleose lcave with Q. A. MEANS.
I have three improved farms,
four miles from Millerslmrg,
that must be sold te settle Mrs.
Hannah Sandusky's Estate.
The land is excellent.
J. B. SANDUSKY,
PINCKARD, KY. Administrator.
J. J. FITZGERALD,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter!
41 West Second Street,
Jewel Gas Steves. MAYSVILLE, KY.
W.II.WADRWOHTn, Bri. W.H.WADSWOUTn, JII.
WADSWOBTH & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
The general practice of Lw.
Gee. M. dinger & Sen,
BRICK MASONS AND CONTRACTORS!
Estimates made en alt claws of Werk.
Leck Bex 417, . MAY8VILLE, KY.
Dr. J. H: SAMUEL,
(X!-ret4nt fterfeea Ooed ftesutrlten HeaplUI,
PHYSI0UN Am) SUKGEON
I M ! IwW
Ji T " n "ii"-T'T-?'r-T-TV"-''K'-'::a" "T,Tr:::M
O X.J C3
We are ehewlnfir the largest and handsomest line ever carried by
us, and In styles that cannot be fennd elsewhere. Onr garments are
unsurpassed in fit, finish and material. Onr prices for first-class
goods will be found very low. Remember, we sell an elegant
P. J. MURPHY
SUCCESSOR TO U0PPB & HUBP1IY.
THOMAS J. CHENOWBTH,
We are authorized te announeo HARRY
HAULM AN as a candldate for Mayer at the
ensuing January election.
We are authorized te announeo E. K.
PEARCE, Jr., as a candldate for ro-elootlon te
the ulllce of Mayer at the ensuing election for
ren city MAiisnAL.
We are authorized te anneunce M. E. Me
KELLUT as n candldate for City Marshal at
tbe ensuing Jauunry election.
We are authorized te annouuee E. W. FITZ
GERALD as a candldate for Marshal at the
dialling city election.
We are authorized te announce JOHN W.
ALEXANDER ns n candidate for City Marshal
at the ensuing' January olectlon.
We are authorlzed te anneunce JOHN V.
DAY as a candidate Ter City Marshul at the
ensuing January election.
We are authorized te anneunce JAMES
REDMOND as a candldate for City Marshal at
the ensuing January electien.
reit CITY CLEltK.
We are authorlzed te anneunce HARRY C.
McDOUOLE as a candldate for City Clerk at
the ensuing January election.
We are authorlzed te announce MARTIN A.
O'HARR as a candldate for ro-electlen te the
offlce of City Clerk at the ensuing city elec
tion. FOR ASSESSOR.
We are authorized te anneunce CHARLES
D. SHEPARD as a candldate for City Assessor
at the ensuing city olectlon.
We are authorized te announeo F. W.
nAUER as a candldate for -City Assessor at
the ensuing city election.
FOR COLLECTOR AND TREASURER.
We fire authorized te anneunce R. A. COCH
RAN, Jr., as a candldate for the olllce of
Collector and Treasurer at the ensuing city
We are authorlzed te anneunce JAMES W.
FITZGERALD as n candldate for Collector
and Treasurer at the ensuing city olectlon.
We are authorized te annouuee HORATIO
FICKLIN for Colleotor and Treasurer at tbe
ensuing city electien.
We are authorized te anneunce JOHN T.
MARTIN as a candldate for Councilman from
the Fourth Ward.
We are authorlzed te anneunce O. W. WAR
DLE as a candldate for Councilman from tbe
AND CEMETERY WORK,
In Qranitt ami Marble.
M. E. (HLM0BE,
103 W. BKCOMn BTBEKT, MAYSVILLE, KY.
(MTFreftitenfl Building Werk,Sldew&lks,&c., at
SHERMAN . HOUSE,
Frent and Main Streets,
Cel. WILLIAM OUT, CONCORD, KY.
H R W LY rUllXISHKU; BVKUYTII1X0 WttST-CLASS.
COCHRAN & SONS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ROHT. A. COGItRAtr,
A. v. J, oeciirah
WM. D. COCI1HAN,
Thi UtteH Xewi! AnatHuHetfer tta
VfuMm Extraction of Teeth.
AT $5 00, $7 50 AND '$10 00.
BROWNING & CO.
Repairing of all Kinds
will be found en the
duriiiff the buildinfir of their uew 4
Call and See Them. U
NEW YORK FAD
Is the combination Pocket and Card Caee,
each of tbe books having pretty sterling sllver
ornaments en Its sides, with monogram in the
conter. Husbands, present your wives with
ene of thoee books
Fer a . . .
Mnde In Seal, Alligator, Lizard and all the
pretty Tints, which are se fashionable Price
complete (8. Call and soe samples. Deeks,
Stationery, Wallpaper, Window Shades, Toys
and Faney Goods.
J. T. Kackley & Ce.
Mm DETJG ST0EE
A First-class Line of
Feuud in a Prugr Stere.
POWJiiK & EEYNOLDS.
M PUBE DRUGS!
Points nnd Oils, Dest Brushes,
Finest Soaps and Perfumes, the
Choicest Assertment of Fancy
Goods, Greatest Variety of Lamps
All for sale by
v J. JAME8 WOOD,
DRUGGIST, Maysvilk Ky.
PmeriptSeM nt all hours ppMd with
cre wi mmtwy yWWtew 0, Weed.
rrvrtiNmri ntvtsins CIIMAiKAKlTAKD eWOt
w w......- - I J. jii
Nn. .....T:M D,' HI .
,e.a a. m ,
,..):M . m.
.ie:U iu tn
A .1.1 MHHMa1w vnlrtlttn t UA nltV tltDA.
Nes. 10 and 20 are tbe Maysvllle ocVmmeda- a
tlen, and Nes. 17 ana is tne iiuniiuguin noeomw
modittlen. Nes. l ana v are me ion uivrvtp
nn.l Nm !) bnH 1 ilin V. V. V.
Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) Is a seUd Uuln with through;
dinlnir car and Pullman sioenora 10 nininK
lull, lullliiuiu, uiwuwif mi- ." -"-
Through Pullman sleeper te Richmond, .(v
..j ,11., n.i..t r-fnMi Mn Qlan anIM trAln
Willi 1UIIU1UII ail'UfJUl IU HOOIimUlWMl M.w.M
all Eusteni and Southeastern connections. ,
The accommodation trains are dally oxeopt -
Sundayt the rest are daily. ;nr
Ulreqt oennoction at wineinnau ler puium
west anu aeutn.
MAT8VILLR DIVISION, -)
Leavw MaysrlUe at
6:90 a. m. for Paris, Lex-ington.CInelnnati.Klch-
MiraMBMiaMMMKHa mono, Btanrera, uw
Inirnten. Jollleo. MIddlosberouffh. Cumberland!
Gap, Frankfort. Loulsvllle and points en IT.
N. and M. V., Eastern Division.
Iveavcs Maysvllle at IMS p. m. for. Paris, Cin
cinnati. Lexlncrten, Winehestcr, Rlohmend
and points en N. N. and M. V., Eastern Divis
Arrlve at Ma1fv!lIe at 10.00 a. m. and 8:45
All trains daily oxeopt Sunday.
Add twenty-lx minutes te get elty tlme.
DtRXCT HODTS WESt
The Onte and MUHtsip-
Is the short line be
twsen Ctnelnnatl and
St. Leuis, and all of Its -trains
run through solid
te St. Leuis. Ne transferring of bagrage or
of passongers who travel en O. and M. trains.
Less than tun hours Is our time te St. Leuie,
whero our trains make connection la the
Union Depot with trains of nil lines for the
West, Southwest and Northwest.
The Ohie and Mississippi Railway Is the di
rect nnd fast line te Loulsvllle.
The Ohie and Mississippi Railway glves apo ape
dal attention te oelonlsts going West, elther
single or In parties. Our agents aro-pre-'
pared at all tlmes te furnish Information as te
rntes and routes te points Wet, and when
passongers are ready te start Wil secure thelr .
tickets at lowest rates and attend te chock check
ing baggnge through te destination.
Fer tickets via O. and M. Railway and
further Information call en ngenta of connect
ing lines or address C. W. PARIS.
Control Passengcr Agent O. and M. Rail-
way, 48 West Fourth Street. Ctnelnnatl, O.
ARTICLES OF INCOUPOKATION
THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO.
Or MAVSVII.LE. RY.
Aht. I. Dc It Known that William H. Cox,
Themas A. DavIs, W. II. Wndswerth, Jr., Sam
uel T. Hlelcmiin, A. M. J. Cochran, M. C. Itus
soil, Geerge L. Cox und Allen A. Edmonds,
have this day associated tbemselves together
and boeomo Incorporated under nud by virtue
of Cbapter G6 of the Ooneral Statutes of the
State of Kentucky as Tbe Publle Ledger Com
pany and by that name shall sue and be sued,
contract and be contracted wtth, and shall have
perpetual succession and a common seal, with
pewer te alter same at pleasure.
Art. 3. The capital stock of said Corpora
tion shall be ffl.000, divided Inte shares of
(10 each, and tne same shall no transfera
ble by Wrltten assignment en the certificate,
and when transferred the cortlQcate for same
shall be surrendered te tbe Company and can
celed, and new enes Issued In lleu thereof.
Aht. 8. This Corporation Is organized for
the Durtiose of nubllshlng a nowsnencr in the
city of Maysvllle. end distributing tbe same
throughout the state of Kentucky, and for the
carrying en of a general nowspaper business
in gum any una Biate.
Anx. 4. The Drinclpal place of business of
said Corneratlon shall be at Mavivllle. Kv.
The capital stock of said Corporation may be
Increased nt a meeting of tne stockholders
(tbose holding n majority of the stock assent
ing thereto) te any sum net excccdlng 110,-
uju. in is uorperiwon may organize wnen
800 shares or its stock Is subscribed. Stock
may be paid far In money or equivalent at an
agreed contract price, nnd any stock net sub
scribed for may be sold from tlme te time,
as the Directors may direct and anthorlze,
and the certificates of stock shall be slgned by
the President and Secretary, and the corpo
rate seal shall be afllxed te same.
Aht. A. The Corporation shall be managed
by a Directory of flve persons who shall be
oleeted annually at the Company's offlee in
MayBvllle, Ky., en the 1st Monday In March of
each year. If, for any reason, tbore should
net be an olectleu held at the time flxed, the
Directors In olllce shall contluue as such until
their successors are oleeted and quallfled.
AitT. 0. The Directors shall obeoso from
their number a Prosldent and Vlco-Presldent,
and from said number or the stockholders a
Secretary and Treasurer, or, If they see fit,
they may comblne these two offleers Inte ene.
They shall elect an Editor, and may olect an
assistant te the Editor, both eT whose dutles
and tonure of oflleo they may fix and pre
scribe by by-laws of the Company, which by- '
lawH a majority of tbe Directors may adept
for the management of the Company 'saffalni.
Aht. 7. The Company shall net Incur an
Indebtedness exceeding, In the aggregate, at .
any ene tlme, u sum equal te ene-half of the
capital stock paid In.
Aht. 8. The prlvate property of tbe stock
holders of this Company sbnll be exempt
from all debts or liabilities of the Cerpera-v ,
Art. 9. The Corporation shall begin hen
It shall have organized, as provided for bercln,
and shall oentlnuo as long as may be neoes neees
sary, aocerdldg te law,
in witness whereof, the said incorporators
have hereunto set thelr bands this 10th day of
William H. Cox, A. M. J. Cechhan, "
TneMA8 A. Davis, M. ajtcssELL,
W.H.WADSWOUTn, Jr., OkeAL Cox,
S T. Hickman, Allen A. Edmonds.
State or Kentucky, I R,
Masen County. bn
I, T. JL Pearce, Clerk of the County Court
for the county and state aforesaid, de certify ,
that the foregoing Artlcle of Incorporation of
The Publle Ledger Ce. was, en March 10, 1893,
produced te me In said county, and acknowl
edged by said Themas A. Davis, William IL
Cox, W.H.Wadswerth, Jr., S. T. Illekman, M,
0. Russell. Geergo L. Cox and Allen A. Ed
mends each te be their act and deed, and en
March 14, 1892, the same was again reproduced
te me and aoknewlodgod by A. M. J, Cochran
te be his act nud decd, and ledgod for record,
whoreupon the same, together with this oor eor oer
tlflcato, hath been duly recorded in my offlce.
Olven under my hand this 14th day of Mareb,
189-!. T. M. PEARCK. Clerk.
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