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DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY
THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO.
WILLIAM H. Cox, Tjcemah a. Davis,
William It. WAiwAeTii,Jr.,
Secretary and Trtamrrr.
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i8AMfKLT.lIICKUAX,.lii' Rdtleranil Bookkeeper.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
WlLIIAKlI. COX, M. C IlfHSKLL,
A. M. J. Cechhan, W. jr. Wadb WORTH, Jr..
TltOMAlt A. I)AVIH.
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able and made known en application at
HOC SIGND VINC S.
The Circuit Judicial District above
U9 fen the Oliie river, snyn The Greenup
rQazette, embraces the counties of Boyd,
Lawrence, Carter, Elliett and Morgan.
Jt.is said the District is layed out in
.this nefarious manner te suit a man by
the name of McGuire in Morgan
, County that wishes te be Circuit Court
Judge. Well, he may get the office, but
the chanced are that he will net any
This year, for the first time in a long
.while, the candidate for Governer of
rBhode Island was elected by a cleur ma
, jerity. Last year the Democratic Gov
. ernorget a plurality of 1,35-1 ; the year
before, et 3.0GQ y the year befpre, of -1,401.
. jhe Republicans have net had a plural
ity before since the Presidential year of
1888. At the recent election their can
didate received a. plurality of ever 2,000,
' and a majority ever all of ever 200, in
.the largest vote ever polled. The re
' suit shows that the Republicans can
J M '.
( safely make their fight en the Tariff if
true, that they are satisfied with Presi
dent Hahrisen, and that the country has
no objection te the way In which he has
administered public, affairs. Whether
their fight Is made en the Free-silver is
sue or the Tariff Issue, the Free-trade
party has nothing te cause it te feel
The town of Cohoes, yvhjch Is almost
in the .shadow of , thq great capltel at
Albany, gave Governer Flower last fall
i a majority of 147. It has five Wards,
,t three of which went against Flower,
vthe Fourth by 211 majority. At the
kiKsleclJeh, TuesIay Jho Republicans car-
,ptiUA the First, Second, Third and Fifth
J'Warda by 258 plurality. The Feuith
Ward would have mere than doubled
, Jhjst se the Hill reuglis from Trey, dis-
N , guised as special pelicemen, seized the
! hallet-bnxM) and rurrfml fhnm nff in tlm
ifVF&lice Station The Democrats lie4 two
wwdldates for Mayer, representing the
'Iill and Cleveland factions, but the
. ,n.i bicu (.-ufuiunpu uiu gang ttrmeu.
V 'wityi elubeand wrried things rough-
fKpatfl, Rttpetble Democrats in. fyew.
jPf&arebegtNiilBff te UHdmteeiUUiat
-.""r is eottpesa hU e&ds HlLL Will'
itf<t fcwawrat u qaisily as aKepae-
IB THE TARIFF A BOBBERY 7
The Free-traders and revenue reform
ers asert that the Tariff is a 4I robbery."
Can it be n "robbery" of anyone te
secure te the people of this country the
opportunity te supply our National
wants by the hands of our own country
men? That is all that the highest con cen
celvablp Tariff can secure.
In times of armed conflict our citi
zens are required te leave their home
and families te take up arms, and at tlie
risk of their lives defend the country
against armed Invasion. Why should
net the country in time of peace pro
tect the labor of these men from an in
dustrial invasion no less destructive?
If the Tariff be a "robbery," it is
first te be observed that nil classes of the
people, the robbed as well as the robbing,
are better fed, better clothed and better
housed tt.au the people of any ether
country in the world. That is the cru
cial test of economical policies.
It is undeniable that the most perfect
suiting of occupations te the various
aptitudes of all the members of the
community will be produced by the car
rying en of the largest variety of in
dustries. Is it net then the duty of a country te
maintain such industrial policy as will
secure the greatest possible extent and
variety of production, leaving te the
natural competition between Individuals
the functions of preventing undue
profits en the part of any? There are
23,000,000 of active workers in this
country. Among that large number the
contests nnd competition of tliee en
gaged in the same business may be re
lied eh te adjust prices se that none can
make a profit greater than the average
profits of the community.
But let us see whether there is any
robbery effected by a Tariff.
As te such portion of the money col
lected as is paid te the Government, that
gees into the public Treasury and aids
in defraying the expenses of the Natien.
Inasmuch as all the people sliare In Its
benefits, that portion cannot be consid
It will hardly de te assert that the
foreign manufacturer Is "robbed" by
our lequiring him te deposit in our
Treasury a sum of money in the nature
of a license fee for the privilege of sell
ing his wares in this country.
The " rob" therefore must consist of
the difference between a reasonable price
nnd the price new charged by the man
ufacturer. If such difference exists, it
must constitute a margin se ample ns
te become a strong incentive te the peo
ple of any section claiming te be robbed
by it te orgnnize for themselves competing
establishments aud thus wholly protect
themselves against the exaction of the
robber. The Tariff protects them
against the foreigner, and all that is
needed te protect them against the na
tive rebber is for themselves te de the
work te produce the article. Why de
they net produce it? If they have net
the skill they can employ it. There is
ample skill in this country ready te go
wherever sufficient Inducement is offered.
Tem Pettit, falling te defeat the
World's Fair appropriation, new seeks te
abolish the A. and M. College. It would
be a geed thing if Tem himself could be
Et tu, New
Times-Star pf Cincinnati.
lican victory in Jersey City Tuesday by
a plurality of 3,715 has a very import
ant bearing en the politics of the state.
Without the vote of the county of Hud Hud
seu no Democrat except Tildes' has car
ried New Jersey since the close of the
war. The suburbs of New Yerk In New
Jersey have made the state Democratic,
and new that the most important of
these litis geno strongly Republican, it
is net imprebable that President Harri
son may get the electoral vote of a state
J that has neyer been given te Republi
can candidate. If Jersey falls into Ijne
with her fight votes the "negative
unanimity" which has beeri a bunion te
Sonater W0LCOTT'(S tninil will go ahead
et anything known of the positive vari
ety. -. r-
i, Themas Iubkl (lied yesterday morning'
jm tUQjLeaJfarip near flila cttyitgcd
tv xiscsMw) ,wa tnojiainer.efj ,jehr
tkteclty, and w'twameag r btG eras m
TrftdttleM, of Igf ad, t That Ara
VlHtteR Atrjfil Aaaenfr'tha IemHwm.
HttHntetnSf in Frtulw-, 'os the read
from SprijfJvlUG te Pottcrvllle, is au
otld-leoWrfg ruound'whleh Is wrrlpped
i ..i i
upinyie mysteries pi sercral Indian
legends, says the Tulare (Cal.) Times.
Some of the tradUlen3 wcr? told te us
in 1874. whcn we first visited this re
gion, nnd ever slnce we have ondoav endoav ondeav
orcd te learn the true Bterlcs. "The In
dians are scattered and their legends
ure difficult te obtain; these possessed
of intelligence will net or de net care
te talk. Hut from whlte men living
here many years age, and who learned
te speak In the Indian language, we
have gathered the partlul narratlve of
the legends of Haunted hill, known in
tne Indian tengue as "Walling moun
tain." Twe legends are told one a tale of
Indian love and jealousy, the ether the
story of a dreadful and fatal battle be
tween the Tule river Indians and their
enemies, the Mexicans residing near
San Diege, in this state.
Regarding the first tradition but
scanty details can be obtained. It is
probable the elder of the legends and
the time of its origin dates beck ages
age, and it has been handed down from
parent te child among the Tulare In
dians for hundred"? of years. This
much only can be learned: A tribe liv
ing en the banks of the Tule east of the
hill gave origin te the legend, meng
some members of the trlbe a bitter
jealousy nrose, having leve for a
source. A faction huving wen the af
fections of she women, the rivals re
solved en Bangulnary revenge. Abiding
titne and waiting an unguarded hour,
they pursued these women te the top
of Walling mountain nnd murdered
them. Every night, the Indians aver,
the ground en the summit opens and
the six women appear, only te vanish
Instantly. Slnce then no Indian will
visit the hill at night.
The ether legend Is perhaps the mera
authentic; It Is the ene sadly told by
the few surviving members pf, the once
prosperous and numerous Tulare In
dians. In brief, It is this: The Mexi
cans from southern California were
went te make raids into this valley and
drive away the ponies of the Indians.
Armed with superior weapons, they
cenld defy the Indians. Driven te des des
nerntlen, the natives resolved te offer
battle, and, if possible, drive the ma
rauders from the valley, otherwise te
crush them. Learning this, the Mexi
cans came In larger numbers, prepared
for the trial of strength. The opposing
forces met In the valley at the base of
the hill. The Indians, terrifled at the
Mexican weapons and the sluughter
among their numbers, fled te the top of
the hill There, crouching behind the
many rock ledges, they made a hist des
perate but ineffectual stand. Soen the
Mexicans gained the crest, when disor
der again prevailed among the Indians,
large numbers falling at each volley
from thelr enemy. Only the mere cqw
ardly escaped, the real warriors dving
amid the reclt plles, for no quarter was
aflked or given. It is told that five hun
dred Indians perished that day at the
base and en the summit of this iilll,
which ever since Is known te the Indi
ans as the "Walling mountain." Pass
ing the hill at night the Indians say
that the piteous wailing of the slain can
be distinctly heard, hence its name nnd
Its dread te all aborigines of the Tulare
May Oct Consumption In Various
Wuy, Hut Net by lllrtb.
The accumulation of evidence is be
coming se great that every physician of
experience Is forced te share the belief
of the cemmunicabllity of consumption.
There are alsofewphyslcianB who have
net'had ene or'mero cases that for years
they had thought had been contracted
In this way, writes Dr. Chappell, in the
North American 'Review. Hew else
than by cominuriicatien are we te ac
count for the rapid spread of consump
tion amongst savage nations, where
this disease was unknown before clvll clvll
Ued people began te visit them? This
Is true of our own American Indians,
the Inhabitants of Central Africa und
many ether ceuntrfas. Intermarrying
or 'any ether condition 'which might
mnke hereditary transmission a possi
ble cause certainly could net account
for Its rapid progress. Resides, seme of
the best observers and investigators be
lieve that consumption Is net heredita
ry, and there is much positive evidence
in favpr of this view. With such evi
dence, of the possibility of inhaling the
bacilli tha question would naturally be
asked: Hew do'the bacilli get into the
atmosphere when 'they are net found In
the breath of sufferers of this disease?
We knew positively that in these cases
bacilli are present In the mucus which
Is raised after coughing. In its moist
condition it lalmpossible for it te be iu
lmlcd, but when It dries and becomes
dust It is blown about,' and it is in this
form thut It becomes dangereua
l jii t;
The .Morality of Athens.
The city in feurope which makes the
best showing, se far as morality fs
concerned, is Athens. Within the
memory of the present generation,
there has becn no single matrimonial
scandal that has taken pi nee In- the so
ciety of the Grecian metropolis, nnd the
latter Is nbeut the only capital in the
world which is absolutely without any
chrenlquc scandnlcusc. The Athenians
marry young nnd remain faithful te
their marriage vows. This is net alene
en aceeunt of principle, but Is ulae at
tributable In a measure te the almost
entire absence of the deml mende. What
little thpre is of the latter in Athens is
exclusively of foreign origin.
UiCTcrent Kind of Ditg.
Peeple commonly Imagine that in
speaking of dega they arc referring te
a 6lnglp specie whicji fins many varie
ties. 4lut jh reality the narae Is merely
a conventional erie under which are
greupe'd lri pblar paVlaucd all bl tlie
flrfRWLJUtiKl -tfanlries. The XeVth
American eoyeto is In fact much :nearf
JO in graynOBBU, owetfjuaiiy npean'
rWte.4 H U'sJfafblv wild
the xtiM JHWwuw1 'Frfeea
dev. gate the
jvwt mleh wlW Wt &' faithful 4sw
Pruetlcdd UDOn TTnvHirK
jjers Who Visit Paris.
Well-Drctsed ViHaW1 rVhq. Kinpjey tha
Drag: In VI nnitertngv ,Oeulectlng
Travelers ilew tha Victims
Americans In Paris, and .Indeed all
visitors te the gny capital, should be
warned of the chloroform trlelc, which,
according te the pollce reports, is being
practiced thcre extensively en stran
gers. The chloroform trick is operated as
fellows, says the New Yerk Herald: A
well-dressed, plausible-looking man
lounges about the hotel most frequented
by wealthy Americans, manages te
scrape an acquaintance with such gen
tlemen as he judges te be easy victims,
and finally" proposes ene of these stereo
typed rqunds of nocturnal sight-seeing
which are be alluring te a man befere
he has seen them nnd se disappointing
Of course, the man who acts as a de
coy in this pernlcieps game poses as ti
Frenchman thoroughly familiar with
all the gilded wickedness of Paris, upon
which he dilates by the hour te his
Finally the appointed night comes
around, nnd with pockets well filled
with geld and bank notes the unsus
pecting traveler starts out en his round
of pleasure, which Invariably turns out
te be, a round of mortification and finan
After a stroll up and down the boule
vards, with various drinks at various
cafes, the devoted gulde informs his
companion that they will new go and
pay their respects te a charming
actress, whose home Is In the Passage
Celbert. The companion is delighted,
and his heart gives a flutter or two as
they climb the four flights of stairs
leading te the shrlne et which he would
They are cordially received in a
luxurious apartment and the actress is
lovely. They hear seme iniisic, drink
some wine, and then, en ene pretext or
another, the stranger is Introduced
into a darkened room, and at that
point his memory becomes a blank
as te the events of the night. The
next morning he finds himself, he knows
net hew, In bedathiahotel,wlthaqueer
feeling in his head and a distressing
nausea. He discovers, en examination,
that all his money and all his valuables,
at least all which he had carried In his
clothing, are missing, as well as in
many cases portions of the clothing
lie hud been drugged and robbed,
that Is simple enough, and, thoroughly
ashamed of his felly, be shrinks, In nine
cases out of ten, from appealing te the
police, or, indeed," making any mention
of his misfortune. , , ,
The result is,that the large hotels in
Paris ere Infested with tthls cjassef
well-dressed vermin who, thanks te (he
unwillingness of strangers teailralt that
they have mode feels of themselves, are
able te work this chloroform trick with
profit and impunity,,
And that is the part the victims, rare
ly undcretand-rthat they have been,
drugged with chloroform- They are
apt te f apcy that something was put In
the wine given them te drink, hut that
Is an error. A much surer and mere
convenient way of stupefying the "pig
con te be plucked" is te bring him into
a room where the air has been satu
rated with chloroform vapor. A few
seconds are sufficient te produce uncon
sciousness, and the man, having been
plundered leisurely, Is taken back te
his hotel "dead drunk" by his sympa
thizing friend, vyhe hasv made several
hundred and possibly several thousand
francs by the deception.
What Tliey nave Dene In Itelplnu te De
velop the Gre-.it West.
The life of the west is one te induce
heroism en the part of both men and
women. The latter qrepftcn Jeft alene
for days. In the little sod cabins or Jnjhe
dug-outs tmt de. the tyllsidea aleiujtiic
water courses. They learn te be self
reliant and streng-naturcd. There are
in every settlement events recorded
any ene of which would in lossaehu lessaehu lossaehu
setts, New Yerk or Ohie give the actor
a state-wide reputation, but which in
the far w t are net thought et seri
ously. With the difficulties efi outlaws,
Indians nnd the terrific forces of nature
te combat, it is remarkable that mere
tragedies de net occur.
Rut the women of the plains realized,
buys liOj Glebe-Democrat, when they
came from the old homes In the 'cast
thai they were coming te face hardships
and danger, and the elements of bravery
in their natures came out strongly, und
whenever the test came there was the
hearty and hardy spirit te meet it.
Much as the men have dene te dovclep
the country, the women have dene
mere, and the wives and daughters do de do
serve all pessible credit. Here apd
there a deed stands out In relief but ter
the roost 'part the stories ei tlie heroines
are confined to'thelr Immediate neigh
borhood, and never reach the outslde
A Lest Artlele Bureau.
An absent-minded young woman, who
left a. package in an elevated railroad
ear a few days age, went te the lest
article bureau In the hepe of recovering
her property, says tlie New Yerk Times.
She was much surprised at the extent
and variety of the things that He thcre
awaiting Identification. Each article
or each package bears a tag telling
where and when it was found. This
accumulation of lest articles increases
v6ry rapidly, nnd a large porcentago of
them Is never claimed. Just new the
display of umbrellas nnd cancsis.par-I
ticulupy netjc?ablct There are several
scores qf mnbrellaspc almost ,as many
Mniina anmA f4 twit IO t OMI Iifi rfimrrri
and valuable, il sir! kes the' casual bb-
Krvsrw Bumenii biuhim hidi a i'J
'en' eaft leaVe h tworHv-dellar arabVella
j'U'in' M4vat&l 6r "iUd W tWw' 'the
itreuble te baqulrq Jer.K,.ail' yet aey
L 4 .J'
CANT1B FOUND AT HIS J
2te, ilO ifnrfcrt fttrrrt,
Oppnultff Central Hetel.
Editor " Public Ledger:"
Yen will please announce
te the public (rencrally that we have
full lines of
Onr Pocket Cutlery depart
ment Is very I'ar'g'c, ceniprfsjiitf follow
ing; brands: Limestone Cutlery Ce.,
New Yerk Cutlery Ce., Itedjrers, "Wos "Wes "Wos
tenhelm, Staniferth and ether brands.
OUR TABLE CUTLERY
Made by New Yerk Knife
Ce., Jehn Rnssell Cutlery Ce., nnd
ether makers. Pearl, Ivery, Celluloid.
Rene and Weed Handles. Our Silver
Plated Knives and Ferks, Spoons,
Ferks, &c., nre best goods.
Our line of
Cannet be excelled. Our
own makes comprise " Onr "Very Best,"
"Kentucky Rattler," 'F. 0. Jl. Ce.'s
Extra,"" Limestone." "0. & B. Extra,'
''Justice" and "Biz." Yeu can make
no mistake In cither brand named.
SHEARS AND SCISSORS
Sleck are of the best made.
F. 0. H. Ce.'s Shears fnlly wnrrantcd;
if li'it A Ne. 1 'money refunded.
Rakes, Hees, Scythes,
Ferks. Shovels Spades, Picks and
Mattocks you will find large 'stock.
We have a splendid stock
of Bronze Boer Lecks. Latches. Hinges,
Belts; also all ether qualities used in
building. Blacksmiths and carpenters
will find all tools used by them. Iren,
Nails, and full stock of the best Wheels
and Woodwork, Rims, Spokes, Hubs,
Shafts. Ac., nil of best timber.
Frank Owens Hardware Ce.
47 V. eceinl .St. enil 1 14 Sutten St.,
A Comprehensive Survey
An Apprehensive Subject
Means of a Prehensive Tail.
The Menkey is riot afraid,
because his tail is a geed one.
We are net afraid, because
our tale is a geed one.
IT IS NOT A TALE OP WOE!
We tell of Bargains, Splen
did Goods, fair treatment, sat
isfactien te customers and
merchant; and of reasonable
prices and geed 'money values.
It is a tailess talea tale with
out an end, because it is a tale
The Furniture tells for itself,
at HENRY ORT'S.
PUBLIC SALE !
We will otfer for tnle ut puhlle unction, te
the lifgneKMilrtder. en
THURHHAY, APRIL 14th, 1892,
tliuuViurnellii Ml Ih anil all the U'ul vstnte used
In comicctleu ihuieultli: uUu thq Miiysvllle
nnd Klcmliiirfttnirif Oiiiiillmu Muf, IncludliiK
OmiilliiiB, IIeibi'8 nnd llHrnnssj nlae two
Jlules, two Dili) a und two Carts and Harness;
uUe nne ihroe enMild harnctg mid sikMIe
Geldlnir. Snln will take iilaoe at 11 o'clock u
tn. at the Mill, Tlie Mill and Ileal Eetate will
be void ler nne-ihlnl cimh and bnlan"n In ene
nnd two yciiirv with lntcrci; the iirwenal
liropertyon a er'ilt e( four months, with geed
Boeurlty.and iietes bcarlnir Interest,
CARR & TOLEE.
ffiSat ie TatteV
a v w iWN
W,ll.TAtl8W()lfril,(ll. I W. M.WADJWOHTIf, JII
WAD8WOIITH & BON,
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itriinfW "Sltuat tern
Itynkd." "Lnt," " frmntl,'' A;., of an aectpta
iile Ki(re, mvi net te exrral tMrc Ut, en thi$
mac, nrcFIllin (null.
ISTPi'ii ll)ttUiCAlcrrtbtmeutt'1nicrttd wtth
Jfaimicnfiitl come (hefltri time, trc invite
n.1 manu reti'UUn s atiut uecttnv te tcur,
what wuailcntltt for. We tvMi the- ilvcHlHrs S
te fid that thtu arc net tmpntlnu cm w hy uitna ffi
our frci column. K cJ
AilctrtUctneuls can htlcftatvum flee, or tent "fi
thirtigi the mall te v
T1W PUBLIC I.KtiOKU ('OJP.lAT,
. ' N-. 12 IWVitnl Street.
ANTIfl) One large room. 'Address Des
V. MUVBVIII". KV.
WANTED Three tlmucnnd subscribers' te
Tj1QH 1IKNT Seytrul vnlmilile epaccs.
X' uduutlMnp purpaeLB, in Tun Pn
FOlt 8AI.K-Avrrtljlifrl(ueJii XnE Pun Pun
me l.r.nncu - ..iv.
(21 ebd I'lTmlly llore in d an h Imesr new Surrey
J for Bale DU S. PiVNGIIUHN.
treUlcn'unplirtUDlrv irVeu dd'net
jidvertlw In Tjir rtttu.ie LtuaKit. ,.
I7I0U.VD That It invn n bid profit te patron
. Ize Tub l'UIIMO I.KPOKIl.
FOUND Huiieh et K"?, which owner can
biivctn'ciilllnir ut rum te JKii(it:it rjtHce
and ptxivintr pi epci ty.
Rcfore buyiiiff a Gas PflT TDQTj
stove. 8.( the. iljULlrOJ
It woks with a current of het air. Te
be had of
b. Jd. uJiDHAM,iau0tecdbtr
lit Ortinttt mul MnilU,
M. R. (tILMOEE,
IDS W. Hkcenii 8TIIKKT, MAYMVIM.K, KV
n0-Kreeten' llullillnr Werk'.MdewnlVs, Ac, t.
ARTHUR tK INCORPORATION
tup: rimr.Lc i.RDuE.rcb;
llf UMVll.t,i: KY.
Aiit. I. II it kn i n "mt Wllilam II. Cox.
Tneii'iis A. Diivli1. W. II. W iwSueith. Jr., Sam- ,
uel T. IIIcUiiiii.i, A. M. Ceclirnn. .M C. Hus
sell, Gwrjr I. Cv mi. I Allm A. Edmonds,
have thh 4iiiv iiH-nclnti'cl tliviiiteiveg together
and beieine Inu i pointed iimlerund by virtue
of Coupler Met thu flenenil Statutes or the
State of Kent nek) n '1 hu 1'iiblle I.edper Cora Cera
pain nnd byibui name shall fue mul be sued,
com met and be co t n.tted w lib, and shall have
perpetual succwleii und a couitnen seal, with
power te niter rintiii' ill pleasure ,
AllT 2. The I'lipniil lecl et wild Corpora
tion shall bu f.i.UM, divide l Inte shares of
(10 each, ami the x.uui) chilli be transfera
ble b wiitteu itbsttfiiineiit en the ecrtlQcate,
and when irnnfened ttie ceitlllcnte for Bame
shall be (urieudeied te the Ce puny and can
celed, and new Oiili lr sihmI In lieu thereof. '
Aiit. U ThN rorpernilou orKtinlzed ter
the purpehO et luilillH'iltik' a nenipapcr In the
city ei ,Mus-ttU'. uud iiiriillutliiK the eame.
throultheul theMitu el ICiniucKv.atidforthe
currjln ifii of ii kimiihiiI penspuper business
In Kiild city mid biatc
Aht. i The pUiietpul placoef buslness of
said Corporation blijill be at Mnyivllle. Ky.
The capital stoe of mU Corpurutlen may be
Increased at it line) Int.- of (lie sleckbdldera
(these huldlnir a mnjniliy or the took assent.
InB thei-ete) u any sum net exceeding1 HO,
(XX), This t oijiei atleti mil) .eriniufzq wben
ae shines et it MeeK U Kiibfcilbed. Stock'
may he paid le In uieiie or t ijiilvulciit nt an
nirreed cuiitiuct prlee, uud miv toelc net sub
scribed ter uiny be miM tieni tltiiu ,te tltne
as thu UlrectiiiH niav dlifct uii.l nuthorlze,
and thocriilleetej. el teek ultall b signed by
the i.'rtslilent and lceri tnr,. and the corpo
rate seal ishiill be nfllxed te samu
Altr. S. 'llioreipoiiitlon shall be maunffcd
by a lili oetori of live persons who shall be
elected uuiiuitll) nt the Cinnpun.v's. elllce In
Miiysvllle, Ky , en the M Monday March of
each jcar, If, t(ir un naseu, tbcre should
net be an elictli.h held at the tunc fixed, the
Directors in oiUce, ahull continue, a such until
their 0ULCcfiiii are elected und qunlltled.
Anr. . The Directors ith.ill ohOeio from
their number a l'ntrtut and Vice-President,
uud freiiiisitld nuiiibpr or tlii stockholders a
Secretmy and Tii'muircr. or, If they see lit,
they iniiy temblui" these two etllcers Inte ene.
They shall elect mi r.dlter. mid may olcet an
assistant te tie Kill ter, both et whose duties
und tenure of eIHim thi'V may Ux and pro pre pro
scrllie bybi-liiuxer thu Company, which by.
hws a majority of the Jllieoteis may adept
for tlie miiiiiiueinuiit et tlm Company's affairs.
Aiit. T. Thq Ceinpauy nhiill uet Incur an
IndebteUuini bxfei'iiliijr. In tht iiuffrc(fatc,at
anyotie tlu'e, u eiiin kjuhI u one-half of the
capital block pu il In
Aiit. 8. Th prlviiti' prftpcuj or the stock steck stock
hetdeis of ili'.-t Cimpauv shall be exempt
fiem nil dtdit" r ll.tbtlltle- u tha Cerpera-
lAl'mPi 'i'hf iVirimintleii nipill Mwln when
It shall Imi oeriMiil 'il.ns piovhledforhoicln, '
and shall ceutlnu" h Jeng as nmy be ueces
saiy, iitteliliiiirtiiimv, ,
In w ttiesh wlieieei, the said lnCoruerator
hue hereunto set their InuuU this luth day of
WI1.HAM 11 OeX. A, U 3, COCHKAN,
Tiiesiah A. Davih. -M V. ltussy.LL,
W 31, WADgwnuTii, Jr.. Uke. I" Cov,
8. T. Hickman. At.u:N A, Kouevoi.
Btatk or Kkntucuv, i e,.. " ,
Musen (Entity, f' M
1, T. M. Peitrce, Clerk et the County Court vr
forth- county and stut. ufnu nuld, de certify
that the forfKelusrAitlcloof Inoeipnratlon of '
The l'ublle Lediter Ce, win, en llnidh, 10, 18W, -produeed
te tm tu eflfd tdunly, nnd aeknewl- .'
edged by said Theniiib A iwi . w I lain.H
Cox. W.ll.'Wadswertii, J r., B. T. illckraanVM.
,C. llussell aeerge V. Cox and. Allen A. JM.
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tp be ills
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tp be his uet.HBd aei, biie leuged for reedt.
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