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r. BAD AS CHOLERA.
Troops Repulsed by Thousands
R Battle Between Russian Cessncks and
a Murderous Meb,
"7!ie Finally Carried the llarrlcudcd
. 4 91 squrs Many HUlei anil Wonndetl
hlerlen That Chuleru Patients
Were llplns I'oliuned Mid It.
St. l'ttTl-ltQllltlin Anrr e Pidvnt. In.
formation received in this city from
J usliUencl, u small town in Asiatic Kuh-
Ela, of Syr-Darya, gives particulars of
serious riots which occurred at that pla'je
July 0, In connection with the govern
ment's attempts te suppress the cholera
The natives, thinking that the doc
tors had been poisoning many patientb
who were cholera victims, became great
ly excited. Five thousand ungry,
excited people suddenly invaded
the Russian quarters of the town
and wrecked the magnificent rcsi-
v -'ilcncc of Deputy Gov. VoutanstsefT,
who fled en th,c approach of jthe howling
lrieb. His flight was discovered, how
ever, and he was pursued and overtaken
in the street by a large and infuriated
crowd of the uttackers, who merciless
ly vented their fury en the helpless
eflielal. He was surrounded en all
fiides by enemies hungering for his
bleed, and was maltreated in a terrible
manner. lie pleaded with his as
sailants for mercy, but his appeals were
in vain, arid at length he was flung te
the ground, and after being trampled
upon by the desperate rioters, was as
sailed with a shower of stones un
til the life hed been beaten out of him
and his features had bceii'inutilated be
yond recognition. The authorities
having become aware of the state of af
fairs in the town took immediate steps
te suppress the disorders and protect
the ether endangered etllcials. A body
of troops was hurried te the scene of
the attack en the deputy governor, and
they were given orders te adept the
most rigorous measures in dealing with
the rioters. Arriving at the place
where the deflant'Sarts were assembled,
the troops opened fire en their
ranks, killing several of them.
The Sarts were armed with
pistols and daggers, and, noth
ing daunted by the deadly lire poured
into them, held their greuml amid a
.desperate resistance te the soldiers.
The two forces closed in en each ether,
and a desperate hand-te-hand fight re-
- suited, the maddened Sarts, when their
pistols had been emptied, slashed fur
iously about with their daggers and do
ing much execution with these weapons.
The drilled and better armed soldiers
were unable te overcome their fanatical
opponents, and additional troops had te
be sent te their assistance.
They were reinforced by a body of
Cossacks and with the valuable aid of
these soldiers they finally succeeded in
quelling the riot and dispersing the
Sarts in all directions. The Sarts were
net disheartened by this repulse and
seen took steps te resume their attack.
They collected around the mosques,
itnd taking possession of these ed
ifices, at once set about the work
of converting them into temporary
forts and defied the authorities te de
battle with them. A large number of
Soldiers were dispatehed te the scene of
Ihe new manifestations en the part of
the rioters, and attempted te dislodge
them from their strongholds. This was
no easy task, however, as the Sarts
were strongly ensconced behind the pro
tecting walls of the mosques and could
sheet down the soldiers while they
themselves were in a practically safe
The Sarts made a sturdy resistance
te every effort of the soldiers te drive
them irein the buildings, and fired from
loop-holes with telling effect upon the
The troops at last concentrated their
forces, and making a grand assault
they triumphantly carried the mosques,
ind a scene of carnas-e ensued. The
fighting Inside the structures was of the
most desperate and sanguinary char
lcter. Although the Sarts found
they could net cope with thdir
military opponents no quarter was
asked for nor was any given,
ind they foil by scores before the
weapons of the soldiers, their desperate
:euragu being unwavering and their
3oflance unceasing te the very end.
The character of the struggle may be
Imagined when it is known that sixty
of the Sarts were Wiled and tliat hnn
3rcds of them were wounded, many of
them most grievously. The soldiers,
tee. suffered heavily, the Russian less
being fifteen killed and many wound
;d. The riot caused tremendous excite
ment and the authorities found it nec-
isssary te patrol the town day and
night. Many arrests were made. It Is
feared that there will be another out-
, break, and the troops are being
The Weal be r.
"Washington, Aug. a Fer West Vir
. inla and Ohie Fair, preceded by
jhewers in West Virginia, eastern Ohie
in d, lake stations; beuUi winds.
Fer Kentucky and Tennessee Fair,
preceded in Kentucky and western
Tennessee by showers; warmer, south
Fer Indiana and Illinois Fair,
warmer; south winds.
SprMgue Kitate l'liml Dividend.
Previdbnck, R. I., Autr. 8. Trustee
Sweetland, of the Sprague eRtate, is
new paying the Sprague creditors a
final dividend of 2 8-SO per cent,, mak
ing In all 87 8-20 per cent. According
te the trust mortgage dwxl the value of
the Sprague estate was fJO.000,000, and
llbllitles 8H.00O.0CO due te 1U5 creditors.
btiupud Murderer Arretted.
Dktheit. Mleh., Aug. 'J Adelph 0.
Olasser, who It Is thought klllt'd Peter
Zurbuchcn, whose" body was found in
the river last week, has been arrested
ind plueed In jail te await Uls examination.
COUNTY OFFICIAL ABCHJCTED
Iu Order te l'reveut the Icvjr of n Tux
The Deed of Masked Men In Kansas.
Wichita, Kes., Aug. 3. All Hnrrcr
county Is In an uproar ever the alleged
abduction Monday morning of one of
the cqiinty commissioners and the at
tempted carrying off of oiieeend member.
Monday the beard of county eoinmls eeinmls eoinmls
(deners were te meet and levy a tax te
cover county railroad bends te tlw
amount of $110,000, long overdue, and
which, it is claimed, are fraudulent.
The people, through the commission
ers, hnve fought the payment of the
bends through every court, and finally
the supreme court ordered them paid.
Seme alliance leaders, however, have
premised te upheld the commissioners
if they denied the court's order, and it
is net known whether the absent mem
ber of the beard is a voluntary or en
forced absentee. The story is that a
body of masked men called Monday
morning at Commissioner Anion Farm
er's house and carried him off, and that
another force went te Commissioner
Abe Terrell's place for the same pur
pose, but found him absent.
Terrell was at the beard meeting, but
owing te Farmer's absence an adjourn
ment was taken without any levy being
made. The bends in question were
voted a score of years age, when first
the county was organized, te some rail
road company that built a few miles of
read, sold the bends, then teiv up the
line and left the county.
Makes un Attempt at Sulclde In the Ohie
CeLUJiiiL'fl, O., Aug. 2. .fames Deyle,
a five year convict from Ottawa county
for burglary and larceny, attempted
suicide at the penitentiary Monday
morning. He tried te hang himself te
his gas jet with a sheet, but was dis
covered by Guard Mcllcnry and out
down before lie was at all the
worse for tlui stretching. Deyle
is a former pal of Frank How Hew
land, the convict who suicided a few
weeks age and left a confession of mur
der. They were convicted and sent up
together for the same job. Deyle has
been troubled with hallucinations ever
since Rowland killed himself. He im
agines that Rowland visits his cell at
the witching hour and bends ever him
in a spectral form. The supposition
new is that Deyle fears Rowland impli
cated him in ether crimes in the confes
Mexican llehbnr Shet te Dentil.
City ok Mexico, Aug. 2. An organ
ized band of robbers, seven In number,
has been arrested and shot In the town
nt Snntns. state of Jalisco, for the mur
der of a merchant named Francisce
Vallejo and his wife, who were killed
for a small sum of money and three
burros. The finding of a sombrero
with bleed stains en the river, and a
handkerchief with the name of one of
the murderers en the scene of the crime,
led te the apprehension of the perpe
trators. The bodies of the victims had
been thrown into u disused well and
covered with stones.
A Ft im.v Parachute Incident.
Haistkeku City, Ind., Aug. 2. The
parachute eraXa has overcome the small
boys, aud Monday two or three little
fellows made one of these descending
vehicles from an old horse blanket by
tying the four corners with their moth
ers' clothes lines. One of them jumped
from Maddex's big barn and, contrary
te expectations, went down like a shot.
Fortunately he alighted en a manure
pile, and, ether than a bad shaking up,
sustained no Injuries.
Wept Over Fmdn's Grave.
Mr.MPM.s, Aug. 2. Alice Mitohell was
taken te the Insane asylum at Ilelivar
Monday evening. Before her departure
she was taken te the grave of Freda
Ward, at Elmwood. at her own request.
and there she shed silent tears and
plucked flowers te carry away and pre
serve as mementoes. This last scene In
the Mitchell-Ward drama was one of in-
A Slgnlllrant Senteucw.
Indianapolis, Aug. 2. The first gen gen
eral circular issued by the Iren Hall
early in the eighties will be recalled by
these who saw it when it is mentioned
that it had this heading: "Yeu Don't
Have te Die te Beat This Game." The
order's literature has been decorated
from that day te this with lurid quota
tions from every source nvailable for
.11 ether Falls llenU at the ChrbnvenliiR.
LAwr.E.vccm'KO, Indl, Aug 2. At
Sparta, llitcn miles west of here Sun
day, Fred Slater and wife took their
twin babies te the church te be christ
pned. Just at the close of the cere
monies the happy mother, while walk
ing down the aisle suddenly fell for
ward and expired. Net a groan es
caped her. Heart disease.
a n Ik nuui.
Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 2. Charles
V. Whalcy, formerly business manager
of the Chicago Evening Journal, was
nrrested In this city Monday night en a
charge of embezzling funds te the
amount of $150,000, belonging te the
lvutli of Oen. Fry.
Louisville, Ky.,Aug.2. Gen. Speeds
Fry, the man who killed Zolliceffer In a
hand-te-hand conflict at the battle of
Mlllcrcek, en the Tennessee line,
January 1ft, 1S02, died Monday night at
the soldiers home, near this city.
Semerhy Appears and IMnuppeur.
Indianapolis, Aug. a. Freeman D.
Semcrby arrived Monday evening
from Detroit and dined with his private
secretary, Rowland Evans. Since then
he has disappeared In order, it Is sup
posed, te escape being Interviewed.
The KtBtit Heur Imw.
VAHt.NTON, Aug. 2. The president,
Monday, signed the act limiting hours
of luber of laborers and mechanics em
ployed en public works.
Superintendent Wright Demi.
Cahmin, Nev., Aug. 2. Sam CWright,
Hupcrintundunt of the- United States
mint here, died Monday.
Kx-IJ. N. Senater Kennedy Ifeftd.
Annapolis, Md., Aug, 2. Ex-U. S.
Senater Antheny Kennedy, aged 83
years, died here Meadsy morning.
Onthereil Frem All 1'urti of the Country
Nebraska's corn crop premises te be'
three-fourths of Inst year's.
Victeria scalers are anxious for the
success of the Treodwell trust,
Mrs. Jehn Snyder was burned te
death in a $7fi,000 fire at Wheatland, la.
Indians are dancing like fury at the
Colvllle reservation. Squatters 6cared.
The city council, City of Mexico,
voted $30,000 for the city's exhibit at
The entry into Austria of Jewish
refugees from Russia is prohibited en
Chief-Justice Jes. R. Comegys, of Dela
ware, is very ill at Dever. Speculation
as te his successor is ulready rife.
Gov. Chase will appoint Judge Henry
G. Fex, of Wayne county, te the va
cancy en the Appellate court bench.
Mrs. B. W. Haymond, of Jlurns
ville, W. Va., committed suicide by
hanging herself. She had been crazed
by the grip.
DThe seventh annual convention of the
Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners
of America and Canada is in session in
Gen. Edward S. Bragg will make a
fight in the coining democratic conven
tion for the U. S. seuatership new held
by Mr. Vilas.
Mrs. AL Hoever, of Springfield, O.,
beat her sleeping husband with a hick
ery club into insensibility. His condi
tion is serious.
James Reed Wilsen, of Cennersvllle,
Ind., while Intoxicated and abusing his
wife was struck ever the head and in
stautly killed with a club in the hands
of his son.
The buildings at Themas Wilheit's
stock farm near New Castle, Ind.,
were destroyed by fire entailing a
less of $30,000. A dozen head of the
finest shorthorn cattle were burned te
The men employed in the saw-mills
of Stevens Point, Wis., are en a strike.
The nine hundred saw-mill men who
struck at Merrill, Wis., last Friday, re
turned te work. Arbitration will be
Prince Clevis Bonaparte has wen his
suit for the annulment of his marriage
te the woman known as Madame
Rosalie Bonaparte. This makes his
marriage with his present wife, Laura
Miss Ella Harvey, aged 13 years, re
siding at Wllkesvllle, Vinten county,
0., became a mother "Sunday night.
While a neighbor was going after a
physician she cut the little one's threat
from ear te ear.
A petition has been filed against the
return of the Right Hen." Authur James
Balfour as member of parliament for
the east division of Manchester, en the
ground that bribery was resorted te in
the last election.
Baren Hirseh is coming te America,
Manager Solemon, of the Hirseh fund,
said Monday that, though he had no
official information, yet he understood
that the baron, having recovered his
health, would make an extended tour
Election returns from 1,24 districts
show the election of 977 republicans
and 217 conservatives, white supple
mentary ballets are required in 90
districts. The republicans have gained
150 scats They have obtained a ma
jority in four of the eleven councils
held by the monarchists.
Cincinnati, Aug, 3.
Fleuii Winter patent, !t 25M W; fancy,
E175l.00, family, f2.e533.tM; extra, K.iVgaiO;
low grade, S1.75&2.I0; spring patent, JI.303I 6Sj
spring fancy, 43 73!. 10; spring family, J3.35JJ
8.C.V Rye flour, M.10-.S.
Wheat Buyers having orders were limited
te 74c for Ne. 2 red and shippers' views were
sttll lower. Sellers held geed Ne. Ured atTSe;
Ne. 3 red was quotable at TO&r.'c, according te
Ceiu Closed Arm at 25Mc for Ne. 3 white
shelled and &3Hc ter Ne. 3 mixed. Ear was In
light supply, geed demand and strong at MffiMc
ter prime te choice samples.
Oats Ne. 2 white being offered at 3936V4e,
and Ne. 2 mixed ftt 3333e. Sales of Ne. 2
white, spot track, ut SOKe; Ne. 3 white, spot,
track, at 33c.
Rtb Was quiet and rather easy, cash Ne. 2
selling at 6Se, and Ne. 3 nt J2tJ3c.
Cattlk Shippers: Geed te choice, il.2.11
4.te; common te fair. i3.00t.00. Oxen: Geed
te choice, R12333.73- common te fair, M.75I3
aeu-, select butcher. lf3tl5; extra. l.3S; fair
te geed. $3.ai(3.75; common, J1.7532..V1 Heif
ers: Geed te choice heavy, !1'U3.7S; geed te
choice light, UU33.50, common te fair, 11..VJ
Hoes Select heavy and prime, butcher, t.VW
3&(Xh fitlr te geed packing, 1A.50 iS.M. common
and rough, t.VOOas.40; fair togeoJ light, tfi&OS
fwSD: fat pks, &2.V5.5u; common and thin pigs,
M .V(H7J. rough sews and stags, ft.eeS4.7i
Sheep ash Lambs Sheep: Wethera and
yearlings, M.7S'd8.89: best ewe,M.tt34.7S; com
mon te fair mixed, 5.10023.75; stock ewes.' taw
(24,25; extra, I4.M; culls Mc3i2 per head.
Lambs; Common and medium stock slew and
unchanged. Ilest shippers, 14003(1.15; extra,
JdSu; fair te geed, t&.00&7a; course and heavy,
a7fl&5.l: butcher, fa2i54.2S; eulls, J2.wa3.ea
New Yeuk, Aug. i
WHEAT Ne. 2 red. September, 73c.
Rye Dull; western, TQ75e.
Ceitu Dull, Urreer; September, MGM!-)C;
December, MMc, Ne. 2, ftOVjc
' Oats Na 2, dull, oaaierj Aucu-Jt, 35 Sep
tember, 35a asked; western, S5"i4.Tc
IlALTlMOItB, Aug 2.
Wheat Firm: Na 8 red spot, SIHe; August,
6lc; September, 81Hc; October, tKc
Coun Dull; mtxed, spot, MJic; August,
b3M September, MVte.
Oats Qulcu Ne t white western, 3SHc, Na
2 mixed de, 35e asked.
tern-Dull; Ne. 2, TlVlVite.
CniCAOO, Aug. 2.
Fleuii and Qiiain Caahquotatlens Fleur,
slew and unchanged: Na 2 spring wheat 77Mc;
Na 3 spring wheat I a a, 70j,"JHc: Na a red,
77$e; Ne. 3 com, 9Mc: Ne. S 47ic; Ne. C eat,
aiHft&Wc; Ne.-whl:, 33!fQ33c; Ne. Swhlt-,
SlUc; Ne, 2 rve, 07c. Ne. 2 barley, 2: N6. J
f. e. Ii , 45c; Na 4 f. a b., 33e; Ne. I flaxseed,
PniLAnEUPIlIA, Aug. 2.
WHEAT QuteU Na 2 red Aupust. MS
Coun Options l)ulet, but about 1c hlghtr:
lecul t'.ir luU very scaroe and when wuntcd
hi ought full prices. Na 2 mtxed, track, MV(e,
Ne. 2 yellow, truck, 580; Na S August, 54ii
uajs Cur lets steadier; future firm but
dull; Ne. 3 white, SOlS-JJie; Ne, 8 mixed, SflUc;
Na 2 whlu 30e; Ne. 2 white August, 370
Teledo, a, Aur. 2.
Wheat Actlv and Hrm: Na S cash,T0c;
August, 79e; Septtmbcr, 79a79Ue.
Cehn-DuII. Na 2, 40e; Ne. 3, 48a.
OAifi Quiet! Na 2, cash, 3Sa
Uvb Dull: August, fl7&
Clevkh S bid Dull nd steady! prime cub,
V: October, 5.H. ;
ffnea farter Ditllii ClrtuUttlnn than aniMhtr
' Rcpuhltcan AcLiHt)Krin America.
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pjsli: ls:::: 2:11:1:13,
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
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i will be found en the
1 during1 the liuildincr of their new
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CAN HE KOl'ND AT HIS
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.Ve. 110 Market Mrert,
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KR1UK MASONS AND CONTRACTORS!
Estimates mailc en all classes of Werk,
Leck Hex U7, 3IAYSVILLE. KY.
Dr. J. H. SAMUEL,
(Kx-rmfdvnt Hurti-en Hi"! Samarllnn lIepltl,
Kx-uctllllt MIIHTllitrniti'llt I.uiiKVlew
Ofllrr nml Itt'eltlriitt'i
TMnl Strut, one Uxr ll'n of Mnrlil,
J. J. FITZGERALD,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter!
41 Wi't S'nmil Street,
Jewel Oas Stme. JIAY8V1M.K, KY.
AN1 CKMKTKKY WORK,
In UnmUt anil Mnrllt.
M. R. GILM0RE,
KM W. HKOISD KTHKKT, MAYHVIM.K, KY.
MFrttenIlulMliiK Werk,8lilivlki,a, nt
ICE CREAM S0BA
makes 11 mertnl feel 11s theugli
the gates of Paradise were
opened wide. Henry Ort in
vites you te enjoy a simllnr
treat by viewing his summer
line of FURNITURE
at his expense, and te become
possessor of the latest novel
ties in fnshienable furniture.
He suffers by the cut in prices,
but he is ever, ladies, your
HENRY OUT, MAYSYILLB.
Ne. 1 1 Kast Second street.
A First-clttsd Line of
Found in a Drutr Stere.
POWER & REYNOLDS.
and Consumer of Oil.
I have u lnri;e supply of Oil for
All nt Lewest I'rle en., MILLS, &c.
J. JAMEvS WOOD,
DRUGGIST, Mays-viHe Ky.
It cooks with a current of het air. Te
be had of
S. B. OLDHAM, M
WHITE, JUDD & CO.
At Ne. 42 W. Second Street
W.II.WAU1.WOIITII. lt. I W. II. W'AliSWOIITII, Jll.
WAHSWOItTH - sOX.
.iriOH.VKJ'.S .IT ..III.
TliyKfiinrHl practice of !..
t. 11. n. smith, DENTIST !
The latcrt Lecal Annrthettcfurthe
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Fer keeping jour teeth and gums In order
use Supunla, best teeth wash known te the
world. Otllee. Second street.
Netice of Incorporation of MaysUHe
I. Netice Is heiebv given that J0I111T. Flem
ing. J 0. Peeer.T. ft. N. Smith, Krnle White,
I). Hechlnger, Cleon V. Owens, J. A. Heed,
Themas H. Phlster, W. W. Hall and M. J. Mc
Carthy have tunned a corporation named
Maysvllle Sanltailiim Company, iu ucenrdance
with the previsions of Chapter te. General
L". The principal place of business Is Mays Mays
vllle. Masen county, Kentucky.
:l. The business of the corporation Is te es
tablish and maintain an institute at Maysvllle
for the euro of the liiiier, tobacco and mor
4. The capital stock is tea thousand dollars,
divided Inte shares of ten dollars each, te he
paid ter In moneyerother property as muv be
agreed iiuen. te he paid In en call of Directors.
ft. The corporation begins May th, we, and
Is te continue ter twenty-live years.
II. The business of the company shall be
managed by a Heard el tlve Directors, who
shall be elected annual y by the stockholders
and who shall held eltice for one jear and
until their successors aie elected and qual
tied. The Directors shall irein their numbet
elect a President and Vice-President, and
from their number or the stockholders, a Sec
rotary and Treasurer.
7. The highest amount of Indebtedness or
liability te which the corporation Is te sub
jeet Itselt Is two thousand dollars.
8. The private property of the stockholder!
Is te be exempt trem the oerpornto debts.
JOHN V. FLEMING. President.
Attest! Titos. IU PuisTKii, See. and Treat.
Te License Peddling Spectacles and Kjc
Olaiies la the City of Mrj svlllc.
He It enlalnrd hithe Uoanlef Oniric (f men 0
the city nf Mau'Vtlle, That Htlinll be unlawful
for anjr travcflnif or Itinerant person to'erfer
fur enle gpectncles or oye-Klnssea within the
limits of the city of Maysvllle without having
llnst obtained aliccnse 11 provided herein.
arc. S. Kvcry traveling or Itinerant persen
dwlrlnif te peddle or sell spectacles orloyo erloyo orleyo
Klappes Iu the city or Maysvllle shall, ticfore
delnir se, ehtuln from the Mayer or said city n
license se te de nt t'ie per year te S9II t " said
nrtlclcs, and no license, shall be Issued ! r less
than ene year.
Sec. 3, Any person found guilty el violat
ing section ene of this ordlnance shall be
lined the sum of KjO for each offense
Sr.c. 4. This ordlnance shall be in force and
take effect from and after Its passage..
Adapted Ir. Council Mny nth. ly.
WILLIAM H. COX. President.
Mahti.v A. O'Hahe. City Clerk.
Te Prevent Tampering With street Mailing
Bexes In the City of MuysvIIIe.
lie it enlatned hy the Heard of Ceuuctbnen nf
the ellu of Mautvllie, That it shall he unlawful
ler any person or persons te tamper with any
of the street mailing boxes, or te take or col
lect any mail mutter therelrem. It shall also
be unlawful for any person or persons wear
Ink the carriers' unilenn, Including the car
riers, te tamper with or collect mall from the
boxes at ether than the usual and regular col
Skc. '-. lie It further enlatned. That any
person violating any of the previsions of this
ordlnance shall, upon conviction before the
Mayer, be punishable by a flue et net lees
than ten dollars nor mere than llfty dollars
ler each offense, te be collected and accounted
for as ether lines.
Six, a. lie It further urdrlned, That this or
dinance shall be In full lorceand ellect from
and alter Its passage,
Adopted in Council May utb. lM'J.
WILLIAM H. CO.V, Piesldeut.
Mahti.v O'Hahk. City Clerk.
Te Prevent Traveling or Itinerant Doctors
from Pi0ctlrlng Medicine In the
City of JIaysville.
He in enlained hi the llenul of Cminctlmen of
the cttu of Mawville, That It shall be unlawful
ter any traveling or itinerant doctor te prac
tice medicine In any of Its branches within
the limits of this city. Te ep'm an olllce for
such purpee, or anneunce te the publle'ln
any ether way an Intention te practce medi
cine, shall be an otlense within the meaning of
this erilluuuce. Provided that nothing In this
ordlnance shall be construed as prohibiting
any reputable physician or surgeon from any
ether place being called here, either te visit 11
patient, or In consultation with any reputable
physician et this city.
Six-. -'. Any person convicted of the viola
tion of previsions of section one of this erdi
nance shall be lined the sum of tlfty dollars
for each day se engaged In the pinctlce of
Sr.c. II. This ordinance shall be Iu effect
from and utter Its passage.
Adopted In Council May 5th. 1M.
WILLIAM II. CO.V. President.
Mahti.v A. O'Hake. City Clerk.
Levjlng the Taxes In the City of MajsvIIIe
lie it nrtlalnal hy the Heard of Cnuiicllnini (1
the Citu of Mawville, That a tux of ai cents
en each one hundred dollars' worth of taxa
ble property In the city et Muj svlllc, except
ing Sixth Wurd, be, aud the same is hercby,
Ieled for the purpose or taking up outstand
ing Indebtedness, and the Colleetei and Trea
surer I.s authorized te collect the same and
account for It according te law
He itfuitheronlatnel, That 11 tax et !U cents
en each one hundred dollars' worth or taxa
ble property In the city of MajsvIIIe be, and
the same is hereby, levied ler general pur
poses, the Collector and Treasurer te collect
the same and account ler It according te law.
lie it further enlatned. That a tax el 10 cents
011 each one hundred dollars' worth of taxa
ble property In the city of .Maysvllle be. and
the t.ame Is hereby, levied ler school purposes",
te tie collected and accounted for according te
law by the Collector and Treasurer.
lie it further i dallied. That a poll tax of
SI "i0 en each male Inhabitant of the city of
MuysvIIIe ever twenty-one yeais et age be,
anil the Mime Is hereby, levied ter the jenr
IW.', te be collected and accounted for by the
Collector and Treasurer, and Marxhitl, accord
ing te law.
Adopted in Council June 2d, Hrj
WILLIAM H. COX. President.
Mahti.v A O'IIaiik, City Clerk.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
the public ledge:: CO.-
op M.tvsrir.t.i: kv
Akt. I He it known that William II. Cox,
Themas A. Davis, W. H. Wadsworth. Jr., Sam
uel T. Hickman. A. M. J. Cerhntu. M. C. Hua
sell, Ucerge L. Cox ami Ail. 11 A Kdiiiends,
have this day associated .hen-i-.M-s together
and become Inc. rperated 1111 iei and iy vlrtue
el Chapter Siief the Oeiieru. Miitutes or the
State of Kentucky as The P.. I he I.edirer Com
pany and by that name shad- it and be sued,
contract and be contracted ltii,ui d shall have "
perpetual succession and ueenii.mn seal, with
power te alter same at pleasure
Aht. 2. The capital sleck et m.ie ' rpera.
turn shall be ,U00, divided Inte shares of
10 each, and the same shall be transfera
ble hy written assignment en the certificate,
and when tritnsterred the certificate ler same
shall be surrendered te the Coe- puny and can
celed, and new ones Issued In lieu thereof.
Aht. a. This Corporation is organized for
the purpose of publishing a newspaper iu the
city of Maysville. and distributing the same
throuuheut the state of Kentucky, and tnrthe
carrying en et a general newspaper business
iu said city aud state.
Aht. 4, The principal place of business of
said Corporation shall be at Maysville. Ky.
Ttie capital stoeK of said Corporation may be
increased at a meeting 01 tee stockiiemers
Otiose holding a majority of ttie stock assent
ing therein) te any sum net exceeding $10,
(M. This Corporation may organize when
M) shares et its stock is subscribed. Stock
nut) be paid ter Iu money or equivalent at au
agreed contract price, and any stock net sub
scribed ter may be sold from time te time,
as the Directors may direct and authorize,
and the certificates et stock shall be signed by
the President and Secretary, and the corpo
rate real shall be alHxed te same.
Aht. ft. The Corporation shall lie managed
by a Directory of tlve persons who shall be
elected annually at the Company's ollice In
Maysville, Ky , en the 1st Monday Iu March of
each year. If, ter any reason, there should
net be an election held at the time fixed, the
Directors In olllce shall continue as such until
their successors are elected nnd qualified.
Aht. li. The Directors shall cheese from
their number a President and Vice-President,
aud from said number or the stockholders a
Secretary and Treasurer, or. If they see tit,
they may combine these two officers Inte ene.
They shall elect an Kdlter. and may elect an
assistant te the Kdlter. both of whose duties
aud tenure of eftlee they may n.x and pre
scribe by by-laws of the Company, which by
laws a majority of the Directors may adept
ter the management of the Company's affairs.
Aht. 7. The Company shall net Incur an
Indebtedness exceeding, In the aggregate, at
any ene time, a sum equal te one-halt of the
capital stock paid in.
Aht. 8. The prlvate property et the stock
holders of this Company shall be exempt
trem all debts or liabilities of the Corpora
tion. Aht. v. The Corporation shall begin vrhen
it shall have organized, as provided for herein,
aud shall continue as long as may be neces
sary, according te law.
Iu witness whereof, the said Incorporators
have hereunto 60t their hands this lOtli day of
William II. Cox, A. M. J. Ceciiuam,
Themas A. Davis. M. C. Husskll,
W. II. WAPSSWOHTII.Jr., Oke. L. Cox.
S T. Hickman, alltin A. r.DMOsua.
Statu ok Kkntkckv. I s.,
Masen County P"
I, T. M. IVarce, Cleik of the County Court
ler the county and ktate aforesaid, de certify
that the foiegelng Artlcleef Incorporation of
The Public Ledger Ce. was, en Mareh 10.1S8B,
produced te me In said county, and acknowl
edged by said Themas A. Davis, William II.
Cox. W. II. Wadsworth, Jr , 8. T. Illekmau, M.
C. Itussell, Geerge L. Cox and Allen A. Kd Kd
meudseaeh te be their act and deed, and en
March 14, lMi-- thesamewas again reproduced
te me and acknowledged by A. M. J. Cochran
te be his act and deed, and ledged for reeerd,
whereupon the same, together with tuU oer eer
tltlcate, hath beeu duly recorded In my eee.
Given tuidenny hand thli 14th day of Mare,
ItW. T. M. PKAKCjK, Clerk.
lly T. D. Blattery, D. 0,
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