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Editor Lyens, of St. Jeseph, Me.,
Delivers His Lecture
On "Reman Influence in Public
Schools," In Cheyenne, Wyoming.
The Flew of Oratory Wind Up Willi a
riew or nioed-Fully lhlrty Mint
Were I'ired Lyens Arrested uml
111 Probably tin llu tg.
Cheyenne, Sept 20. T. J. oLyens,
editor of the St Jeseph American, ej
St Jee, Ma, attempted te lecture here
Sunday night en "Ketnan Inllucnee in
He had received an Intimation thai
trouble would cnaue if he carried eul
his intention, and when he appeared en
the platform he exposed two six-sheet
ers, which he said he would use if nec
essary te protect himself.
There were fifty people prescnt.many
of them being Catholics. He was fre
quently interrupted during his lecture,
and at last he called upon theipelicemcc
and ushers present te clear the hall.
Amid a scene of wild confusion this was
, When nearly all the people had get
out Lyens took a revolver in each hand
and started te leave the hall. As ht
reached the deer Patrick Nelan, a po
liceman, attempted te disarm him. The
crowd closed in upon the two, and
Lyens commenced sheeting.
The firing became general, and fully
thirty shots were fired within a few
seconds. Patrick Moere, a boiler maker,
was shot twice, one of the bullets pass
ing through his body, inflicting a prob
ably fatal wound. Policeman Nelan
was stabbed in the face and neck, re
ceiving two serious wounds. The shoot sheet
ing scattered the crowd, and Lyens,
with a body guard of friends, reached
his hotel. An excited crowd of men
threatened te lynch him, and followed
and surrounded the hotel.
Sheriff Kelley arrested Lyens in his
room and took his revolver from him,
after which he was taken te Ft Hussell
for safe keeping. The excitement ever
the affair is very great and crowds of
men are gathered en the street corners
discussing the matter.
If Moere, who is very badly wounded,
should die, an attempt te lynch Lyens
will surely be mude. Lyens is supposed
te have come here under the auspices
of an anti-Catholic organization which
exists in this city.
did the stabbing.
It is net known who
THE PREACHER A LIAR.
That's Iho Wuy a Miller Interrupted a
ClilriiBO Minister's Diicourne.
Chicago. Sept M. -Rev. T.G. Milstcd,
pastor of the Unity Church, has for some
time entertained the idea of erecting
a bethel for the sailors which frequent
this pert Sunday morning he made
the matter a subject of earnest appeal
te the members of his congregation. He
dwelt at length upon the great need of
such an institution in Chicago, and said:
"We must de something te save these
men. They new have no place te go but
te the dives and saloons. What wonder
then that they are se disreputable."
"You're a liar!" yelled a voice in the
back of the church. "I'm u sailor, and
we are net disreputable. We don't
want any Bethel home. What we want
is mere wages," and the toiler of the
seas delivered te the congregation his
personal opinion of the pastor, which
was neither flattering nor couched in
polite language. All efforts te pacify
him failed, and the prefane argumenta
tive son of Neptune was hustled
through the sacred portals by an urray
of ushers. Ne attempt was made te ar
Furious Storm ut Pittsburgh.
Piutsuuheii, Pa., Sept 20. One ei
the heaviest thunder-storms of the sea
son passed ever this- section Sunday
night, doing great damage. A high
wind prevailed at the time, and thd
rain fell in torrents. Trees and fences
were blown down, telegraph, telephone
and electric light wires prostrated,
and several beuses were struck
by lightning. As far as known
however, no ene was seriously
injured. In the Butcher' Run district
and in the higher parts of the city, col cel
lars were flooded, and small out-houses
washed from their foundations. The
storm left the Western Union and
Postal Telegraph Ces. badly crippled,
while hundreds of telephones were ren
dered useless. As a result of the pros
tration of olectrle light wires, whole
districts were in total darkness. The
less by the storm can net new be esti
mated. Instruction te Collectors.
Washington, Sept 28. The secretary
of treasury has issued a circular In
which collectors are Instructed te reject
en entry all invoices which de net dis
tinctly set forth the per be value
of the goods, and they will net permit
a deduction from the price se declared
of any se-callqd non-dutiable items. If
consignees de net comply with the law
in this respect, their consignments must
be treated as unclaimed merchandise
HI Stake Wen by Lu Fleche.
Londen, Sept 20. Saturday was the
last day of the Manchester September
meeting. One of the great events of
the racing season came off thore Satur
day. This was the race for the Lan
cashire plate of 10,000 sovereigns. It
was wen by Baren de i linen's La
Fleche; J. II. Houldsworth's Orvlote was
second and James Sharry's colt Llan-
Tlie FultH Cure.
Muncie, Ind., Sept 20. Mrs. CeL
Woodring, who has been siek with con
sumption for a year, has been relieved
of her affliction by the fulth euro. She
has deserted her bcd,eccupled constantly
since last March, and new does hex
Alter Leuilliie Jockeys.
Londen, Sept 20. The Whitehall Re
view hints at a conspiracy between two
leading jockeys te defraud the public
by pulling herbCR, and demands un in
quiry. The uffalr has creatcd a sensa
tion among the sporting public.
'.'KING ALBERT" ..CONQUERED.
The I.'e'uder' of k Notorious Gang of Col
ored Thieve Meets a Terrible Death.
Leuisvim.k, Ky., Sept 20, With a
five-inch blade of a dagger sticking te
the hilt In the top of his head, Albert
Davis, known as "King Albert" the
leuder of the Blue- Wing gung, the roost
lnw-defylng organiiatien of colored
tjileves and cut-threats that ever in
fested this city, ran three squares Sun
day afternoeu, nnd dropped in a dying
condition. As he foil the handle struck
a stone. The brittle steel snapped at
the hilt, and the entire blade was left
In his brain. His agonies were horri
ble, and his death is expected at any
moment The physicians have pro
nounced him beyond recovery.
This city will be rid of one of the
most lawless characters that ever lived
here, as well as ene of the shrewdest.
Fer six years "Klug Albert" and his fol
lowers have been a menace te law nnfl
order. Recent police raids have ridded
the city of many of the BlueWlng gang,
and he is among the last He met his
fall at the hands of Albert C. Neinstiel,
a barkeeper. "King Albert" walked
into Nclnstiel's place Sunday morning,
and was ordered out He left with the
threat that he would return when It
suited his convenience. Sunday after
noon he went back te the saloon and
dared Neinstiel te put his head out
The bar-keeper, knowing the character
with whom he had te deal, drew a dag
ger and plunged it into the man's
abdomen. Withdrawing it he sent the
blade te the hilt In the top of the man's
skulL Itwas tee tight te be withdrawn,
and with only the handle protruding
from his head, he ran three squares,
fell and broke off the blade. He was
taken te the city hospital, where the
physicians were compelled te substi
tute the tools of a blacksmith for the
mere dclicate instruments of the
surgeon te withdraw the five-inch
blade. It had te be tapped and loosened
with a small hammer before it could be
taken out with a pair of large pincers.
INNOCENT MAN HANGED
Fer ti Crime lie Never Committed The
Guilty AsuiMiln OonfeMe.
Nkw Om.KANS, Sept 2d. Ex-Judge
J. C. Bauman, of Kennerville, was ur ur
rested in this city charged with being
accessory te the attempted assassina
tion of Judge Leng, in Kennerville,
La., last July. He was taken te Gretna
by Sheriff Landridge, of Jeffersen par
ish, and locked up.
Baumau's arrest grows out of the con
fession of Dennis USehards. colored,
who was arrested last Friday in the
swamp near Beutte. Richards admits
that he fired the shot which wounded
Judge Leng, but further says that Bau
man offered him 8100 te kill Leng.
He says that he was In communica
tion with Bauman after the sheeting
and that Bauman premised te send him
money and use his influence te get him
out of trouble.
The confession of Richards was a sur
prise and the accusation he makes
against Bauman creates a sensation,
both in Kenuervllle and in this city,
where he is well known. Anether
feature in this case is that a few weeks
age a colored man named Dicen was
lynched for the very crime which Rich
ards new confesses that he committed
by himself, instigated by Bauman.
An Astonished OrgunUt.
BitKJir.N, Ind., Sept 20 Sunday morn
ing while services were being held at
the German Lutheran church, in this
city, a snake began crawling out of the
large pipe organ. Geerge Wambagans,
the organist was playing, when he was
horrified te sec the reptile crawling out
en the key beard. He motioned te Philip
Stecklnger te come te the organ, who,
taking his pocket handkerchief, seized
the snake and threw it te the fleer.
Hardly a person In the large audience
was aware of the Btrange visitor's pres
ence until services were ever. The
snake was a milk snake, about two
feet In length, black and white spotted.
Hew it get into the house and then into
the organ is a mystery.
A New General of Jesuits.
Reme, Sept 20. It Is rumored here
that the Society of Jesus held a meet
ing and elected a new general of the
order. It is said that the name of the
member selected for-this office-will be
auneunced en October 2. TheTdembcrs
of the Beciety were required te take an
oath that they would net reveal the
place where the meeting was held, but
it is known that It certainly was net
held in Rema
National 1. O. O. F. Sanitarium.
Het Spiungs, Ark., Sept 20. Judge
Z. W. Lnkcnane Sunday received a tele
gram from Supreme Representative J.
V. Freldman, from Portland, Ore., stat
ing that the sovereign grand ledge of
Oddfellews, In session there, had sanc
tioned the scheme te build a national
sanitarium for that order In Het Springs.
It will represent an investment of 3500,-
Trouble About 1'rellt.
Nkw Orleans, Sept 20, A sensation
was caused among the sport-loving peo
ple of the city when It became known
that there was a geed-sized row among
the members of the Olympic club, be
fore which se many noted pugilist had
appeared. The trouble grows out of
the division of the profits earned during
the late fighting carnival
Four Miner Killed.
Bksbemkk, Mich., Sept 20. At the
Eureka mines six men started te ride
up in the skip contrary te orders, and
when about 200 feet from the bottom
the skip dumped, four of the occupants
being hurled te the bottom of the shaft
The men who were killed were Frank
Reader, Jehn Levln, Jehn Randelph
and Julius McKaley.
The Dead Muslclau.
St. Leuis, Sept 20. The remains of
the late CeL P. S. Gil mere yvas sent te
New Yerk Sunday night The party
accompanying them was corapesod of
Mrs. Gilmere, Miss Minntu Uilmere,
Valet Denahue and the following com
mittee of the band: F. SchulU, Huren
E. Zelm, Lawrence O'Reilly.
Kinlurnt JurWt MeiliL
Savannah, Cla., Sept 2l Judge A.
Pratt Adams, ene of Georgia's most
eminent jurists uml public men, died
O'Donnell Must Remain in Jail
te Await Trial.
The Judge's Decision Caused Strikers'
Countenances te Change.
In Judire Perter's Opinion the llvldence
Wan Toe Direct Large Sum of Meney
Cemeii te the Strikers Frem the
PiTTSnuiteii. Pa., Sept 20. In the
criminal court Saturday morning Judge
Perter handed down a decision in the
application of Hugh O'Donnell, the
Homestead strike leader, charged with
complicity in murder of J. W. Kline,
the Pinkerton detective. The applica
tion was refused, and O'Donnell must
remain in jail until his trial.
When O'Donnell was brought in from
the jail he looked cheerful, and evident
ly expected te be released. As the epln
Sen was read his countenance changed,
and when it was ended deep disap
pointment could be read en every fea
ture. He wus immediately taken back
te his cell.
Hn his opinion, Judge Perter held that
the evidence against the defendunt waf
tee direct and therefore he could uel
allow bull. "All this testimony," said
he, "is liable te be contradicted, ex
plained or impeached en a trial, but
in this, as in all preliminary hearings,
we must accept the testimony offered
by this committee as true. It indicates
that the killing in question was done
in a riot bv a body of men who had a
common understanding or agreement
that they should resist all who opposed
them, te the extent of taking life, if
necessary, te accomplish their purpose;
that the defendant was a party te tint
combination and that he was present
upon the ground with full knowledge
of the proceedings of the rioters and
giving them encouragement" The
decision was a surprise te the strikers.
Homestead, Pa., Sept 25. -The locked-
out men Saturday received their first
benefits from the Amalgamated assecia'
tien. Nearly 510,000 were sent te Heme'
stead te be paid te the men, und it is
stated that fullv one-half of this amount
was given te members of the mcchan
leal departments, who struck out of
sympathy with the locked-out men,
The arrival of this money, which Is the
first Mibstantial evidence of support
from the Amalgamated association, hat
a very cheeringeffect among the locked'
out men, and Saturday they scarcely
needed the meeting In order te "brace'
them for the struggle
It is really surprising hew confident
in victory the men are growing. Twe
weeks age they were all very blue and
it seemed only a matter of hours before
they would all go te work; te-day there
Is net a man In Homestead who dee:
net feel that victory Is certain. While
this is pay day for the Amalgamated
members it is also pay day at the mill,
and about ?00,000 is being distributed
among the non-unionists. This if
within $.!0,000 of the amount paid be
fore when the mill was running in fulL
There are no mere desertions reported,
and several steel workers have come in.
With u View te Lifting the Cholera Ouar-
untitle In Ohie.
Celumhus, 0., Sept 20. Health Ofll
ccr Prendcrgast of Cincinnati, held a
conference here Friday night with Sec
retary Probst of the state beard of
health, relative te lifting the cholera
quarantine. It Is : desired by Dr.
Prcndergast te withdraw the in
spection system established by Cincin
nati at the same time that the state
beard of health discontinues its pre
cautionary measures. After thoroughly
discussing the situation Secretary
Probst and Dr. Prcndergast agreed te
leave the question undecided until the
secretary has visited several of the
state Inspecting stations. Secretary
Probst is te communicate with Dr,
Prenddrgast as seen as the former re
turns from his tour of exominatien.and
it is probable the quarantine, both
state and local will be discontinued
The Itle Urande Overllewlng.
San Antonie, Tex., Sept 20. The
overflow of the Rie Grande river con
tinues te cause great damage in the
neighborhood of Rie Grande City. It
has reached a higher stage then ever
known, and thousands of rich bottom
lands between Rie Grande City, and
Brownsville have been washed away.
Several hundcrd peer Mexicans living
en the land which is close te the river
have been made homeless and penni
less. St. Mary's Tell Suspended.
Washington, Sept 20. The follow
ing circular has been issued under the
signature of 0. L. Spaulding, assistant
secretary of the treasury dopartment;
"Te the Collectors of Customs Circular
Ne. 101, of September 10, 1S92, relative
te tells en freight shipped in certain
cases te ports In the United States via
8t Mary's Falls canal, is hereby sus
pended, pending further investigation."
Ne Fireworks In Jucltteu Park.
Chicago, Sept 20. At a meeting of
the joint committee en ceremonies and
the council of administration of the
World's fair it was definitely decided
that no fireworks are te be used at
Jacksen park during the coming dedi
catory ceremonies. They will be dis
tributed between three of the ether
parks te be designated by the celebra
Canadian Liquor Legislation.
Menthkal, Sept 20. At the Do
minion council of the alliance for the
suppression of the liquor tratlle a mo
tion te fellow the example of Manitoba
in applying at once te their respective
legislatures for the taking of u direct
vote upon the question of total prohibi
tion and for prohibitory law legislation
has been carried.
Indian Difference Net Settled.
Feut Smith, Ark., Sept 20. The fac
tional difficulties in the Choctaw na
tion, which threatened war, are net Bottled.
Gathered Frem All Parte of the Country
Sir Wiliiam Johnsten Hltchic, chief
justice of the supreme court of Canada,
is dead, aged 80 years.
Thirty-two fresh cases of cholera and
five deaths from the dlsease occurred In
St Petersburg, Saturday.
Apples in the vicinity of Jefferson Jeffersen
ville, Ind., being exceedingly scarce,
the grocers are importing the fruit from
The big type foundry combine is new
a fixed fact In New Yerk city the
last details have been arranged, and
the officials elected for the ensuing
Jehn Slayback, a middle-aged farmer
of Pisgah, O., died at his home at an
early hour Sunday morning from injur
ies received by being run ever several
Edmund Jehnsen has been removed
from the consulate at Klel, Germany,
for false representation as te his mili
tary services and for fraudulent
practices as consul
The legislative council of New Zea
land has passed the woman's franchise
bill, with a proviso that female voters
may be registered without personal at
tendance at the polls.
Cambridge, O., has a freak in the way
of a half rabbit and half cat The fore
part of the animal is like an ordinary
house cat while the ether half Is shuped
like a full-Hedged white rabbit
The Kcyser National bank, of Key
ser, W. Va., was robbed of $11,003. Ne
clew. There Is a gang of burglars In
festing this part of West Virginia and
Maryland committing wholesale rob
beries. While taking a lunatic through New
Martinsville, W Va., en an Ohie river
train, he went into the toilet room,
raised the window and jumped off while
the train was running twenty-five milc3
an hour. He was captured again and
found te be unhurt
Prof. E. E. Barnard, the noted astron
omer, who r""ently discovered Jupiter's
fifth satellite, has sent a long cemmun
icatien from Lick observatory refuting
the statement by Lawyer Cogley, ash-
ingten, that he and net Barnard first
discovered the new moon.
The health returns show that five
fresh cases of cholera and three deaths
were reported in Brussels and suburbs
Sunday, as follews: In Brussels, one
fresh case; In Andcrlecht, three fresh
cases and one death; in Melenbcck, one
fresh case and two deaths.
W. It. Crossett cashier and proprietor
of the People's bank at Hepe, Ark , has
left for parts unknown, leaving depes'
iters te suffer te the amount of several
thousand dollars. He was the local
treasurer of the Hepe school district,
and ever $2,000 of its funds are gene.
Jehn Dillen, the prominent Irish
nationalist, who represents East Maye
in the Heuse of commons, met with a
very painful nccident in Dublin, Sun
day. Mr. Dillen was riding in a car,
when In some way he was thrown
violently from the seat te the ground,
his body striking the earth with much
Cincinnati, Sept SI
rx.eun Winter patent, 13.9014 23: fancy,
!3 IW&a.M): family, JiW2.6.; extra. (2 WyV
low (Trade. M.0OS2 00: sprlnjr patent, M.:53I.M;
spring fancy, 3.a3 S5: spring family, J3.003
3.1). Hye flour, M.003 75.
Wheat The market was dull and easy.wlth
buyers at 702,71c for prime te choice Ne. 2 red
en track: Ne. 3 red nominal at &Vt.07c.
Cekn The market was easier la tone, offer
ings of shelled mixed samples, closing with
buyers at 4950e for Ne. 2 mixed anJ higher
grades according te sample and requirements.
Seme geed high mixed held nt SOe. Ear was
quiet and held at MttMc for prime samples.
Oats The demand was less active and the
market easy. Buycra's views were represcted
at 32c for geed Ne. 3 mixed; 33 for Ne. 2 mixed;
3Hc for Ne. 3 white: Mtfc for Ne. 2 whlte.
Rye The market was dull and nominal. Ne.
2 scarce end armly held at 60c. The Ne. 3 offer
ing has a wide range, owing te the difference la
samples offered, being quotable at tSPJAc
Cattlb Quiet end steady; common, 1 1. MO
2.M; fair te medium, fi7.VJt3.GS; geed te choice,
f3.75.2: fair te geed shippers, S3.S&31M
Hoe Market slew. SftlOe lewer: common,
HSiRaOO. fair te geed light, IllOaA 35; fair te
geed packin?, IS.1US5.SS; butchers, J5.3Sa.V5a
Veal Calves. Streng; common and large,
J3.00Jt4.50. fair te geed light, K.0O&&2S.
Sheep and Lambs. Sheep, streng: common
te fair, r3.0OS3.35: geed te choice, M00&4.75;
extra, (5 00. Lambs, strong; common te fair,
(3.504 25; geed te choice, W.N.85.
New Yerk, Sept te.
Wheat Opened weak; Ne. 2 red winter,
79Vioeash; September, 79Jie bio; October, 79ic;
November, 8le bid.
Rye Dull and nominal.
CenN Was irregular, but closed firm et ic
advance; Ne. 2 mixed, 53Hc cash; September
and October, M)ic: November, SS.Vc.
Oats Dull but steady; Ne. 2 mlxoe, 37c cash
and September; November, 37c.
PiTTBnnoen, Sept 2e.
Catti.e Market nothing doing; all through
consignments; nine cars cattle shipped te New
Hoes Market steady; Philadelphia!, rS.esa
5.75; mixed, 55WJ5 60; corn Yorkers, S5.S03
5.45; grassers, t5.002S.25, seven cars of hegj
shipped te New Yerk.
Sheep Market slew and unchanged
RALTlMOItE, Sept 28.
WnEAT Easy; Ne. 2 red, spot end Septem
qer, 754e; October, 75e, December, "80; steam
er Ne. 2 red, 7ia"l Kc
Cehn Firm; mixed spot and September,
53Ue bid; Ooteber, bia; year, 50yc bid.
Oats Quiet; Ne. 2 white western, S3233c;
Ne. 2 mixed de, 3 iK737c.
Rye Steady, Ne. 2, C35c asked.
CiiiCAOO, Sept 2d.
Fuduu AND Qkain. Cash quotatiens: Fleur
steady end unchanged Ne 2 spring wheat,
73jc; Ne. 3 spring wheat, 65 J67c: Ne 2 red,
73Xe: Ne. 2 corn, S;c Ne. 2 eats, 3Je: Ne. 1
white, t. a. b., 3IU3vc Ne. 3whlte,32yfS33j;
Ne. 2 rye, 57'ic. Ne. 2 barley, CSe: Ne. .1, f. a b. 1
4ia6Se; Ne. 4, f. e. b., MaCOe: Ne. 1 flaxseed,
Philadelphia, Sept 26
Wheat Opened a shade easier, but after
wards recovered and closed steady; Ne. 2 red la
expert elevator, 75Vc; de December, 7tU'c; Ne.
2 red September, 1!HQ,7lUa-
CenN Options largely nominal with uttie or
no disposition te trade; local cer lets, SSViOVe
for Ne. 2 mixed and yellow en spot, but effet
lngs very light and scarcely any dcreanJ; Ne.
3 mixed September, SSUOSSVie.
eats Cor lets uuii, ruture nominal; jme, 9
white, 37e, de choice, S7Uc; Ne i unite, 41c;
Ne, 3 white September, K)ii40Ke.
TOLEDO, u , sept s&
WiiKT Dull, butslcadyt Ne. t cash. T4Hci
September, ?5c; Dcccmbct. t?e; May, 831,0.
teuN duil but stcaay ; .no. s iais, 4quc; .a
2 white, 43a.
eats Quiet; cash, Ma
Rye Dull, but steady; Ne. 2 eash, 58)ic; Ni
cleved reid Active and steady; prime cash.
tfl.40; October, 10.35; November anJ December,
te. 40; January, la&e.
te say much about out
but we pause te laugh with these who
laugh and reimuk Unit the big prospects
are just new about ns enceuinging as one
could ask for.
HENRY 0RT, 3IAYSVILLE.
State National Bank
SO A GENERAL BANKINO EUSINESS.
C. 11. Pkaree, Cnibler.
W II. Cox, I'rrsldent.
Jmi. Pilki, Vice-President.
Academy of the Visitation Bearilim?
and Day Scheel for Yeuinj' Lndieg.
This Institution has 11 high reputation ter Its
ninny iiilviintiitfC'P unci thorough education Id
every brunch. The Muslciil Department If-
uncier mv uireciien 01 11 (.-rmunne 01 n neteu
conservatory. German and Eclectic System
of Drau ln&r taupht free. Wind pupils ill be
irameu uy me reint-print .Me-tneu. rnr termfr
and ether intnrtnntien apply te SlbTKHS OF
THE VISITATION. Mnjvllfe. Mnen Ce.. Ky.
Allen A. Edmonds,
HJEU: LH3E3 Erii:2:3,
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
THAT CAN BE
Call and see our prices
marked in plain figures.
Dr. MORRIS H. PHISTER,
Mnkea a (neclHllv of Cbronle Diseases of
ever)' character, prominent ainennir which are
.Viij! Caturrah, Threat ami I.ung Trouble.
1'lles and Fistula cured by a new eyiitem of
Valnlest and Woodless nursery. Calls an
swered promptly. OlHce corner Third and
Hud Williams Is ue loncer In my employ.
Porem having business Ylth me will Please
call at ray enice, Ne, V Kast Third street.
K. 11. NEWELL.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
First That Allen drover. Calvert C. Arthur.
(Edward F. Hernden, Henry A. llces, II. W.
i,.k. ...lu 1, mint., ,'ii.iiiv n.iu iivbumu in
corporated by virtue of the previsions of the
General Btatutegef Kentucky undcrthe name
of Shannen nnd Ferman Chnpel Turnplke
Company, und the principal nlace of tranect
mir misincf is ut me residence 01 jenu u.
Hirnden, F.rh., Masen county, Ky.
Second The nature of the business pro
posed te be transacted Is the construction,
maintenance and operation of a turnplke
read from the Sardls Turnplke It end near the
forks of Shannen creek te Flemlnjr county
line near Ferman's Chapel, a dlstance of
about two and a half miles.
Third The capital stock of said corpora
tion is six thousand dollars, in shares of
twenty-fl ve dollars each, the private stock te be
paid In upon cull of the Directors, and tbe
stock of Masen count v In accordance with re-
qulrementsef the order of the Court of Claims
of Masen county.
reurin sum corporation snail commence
business as seen as two thousand dollars Is
subscribed te thccapltal stock and shall con
tinue In existence titty cars.
Fltth The affairs of the corporation nre te
be conducted by a l'reident und n Heard of
Directors, rive In number, a Sccretarr and
TreauriT, nil of whom arc te be stockholders
in said corporation. The nrst set or officers
hall be Allen O rover. President; II. W. Itees,
Calvert C. Arthur, Edward F. Hernden. Wil
liam Manley nnd Henry A. Hees. Directers:
Edward F. Hernden, Secretary: II. W. Hees,
Treasurer, and they shall held their offices
until the first Monday in April. 18J, and until
their successors are chosen and quullfled: and
everv first Monday in April thereafter a Pres
ident and Heard of Directors shall be chosen
bv the stockholders, and a Secretary and
Treasurer by the President and Heard of Di
rectors te held for the ensuing tear and until
their successors are chosen nnd qualified.
Sixth The Indebtedness of said corpora cerpora corpera
t'on shall at no time exceed the sura of nve
Seventh The private property of the stock
holders is te be exempt from the corporate
debts of snld corporation.
April 13th, IMe.
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EDWAHD F. HEKNDON,
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