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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 7 March 1893

v;"." ri i -ia- Ti'ri'jwrHwrr, aR w ' ft. ffla ., .& -" 's.W-ua 'J r fS i i.' , ,3? . ,fcAlkvi... v DAILY, EX0E1T SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. S 'William H. Cox, TH0UA4 A. DAVIS, Vtee-1'rtrtilent, te u jTtnaaw William H. Wads worth, Jr., Secretary and Treaturcr. Whom as A. Davis KJUer ami Manaper. FbaubelT. Hickman. .rlii'l Editor and Uoekktruer. & BOARD OF DIRECTORS. ' Wlt,Ll H. Cox, M. C. ltvn.ir.lL, y M . T. r.iu.iiaiv. l.V IT. Xriiwu'nnTtf. Jr.. . w. V. ww".-., .... ....... v.....( ( Themas A. Davis. 'OFFICE -p"M'e Ltdetr TuUdine, A'e. 10 ItaJl 77Urel -7rrf SUBSCBIPTI0X8-IX ADYAXCE. ' 6ne Ten- ...... .- W 00 iMx Menth.......... . 1 BO ( Three Menth ... 73 DELIVERED B Y CARRIER. Per Mentli .. ..................UO Cents Parable te carrier at end et month. TO ADVERTISEltS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made kneicn en application at S? 41. -., (K) UJVC THE LEDGER . . Is the largest dally paper printed In Hays Tllle count the col umns and measure their len...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 7 March 1893

ffTxBSHfll wVmaNI W ' ' r ''. ,-'- '? :; : ""' ":; ' " . , " ! . . - BHrV JBHv Kafs RBwV HP mm- &; ft- ' S lift-'- l.. ' - Wf :- i. -f,H . 7 f I- . '! '., .'. mV ?., , ' f , : m- Ks ivvy. UC: fcvs " 5T?rj Ewn m ' ' - ii- ji SHIP CANAL Private Enterprise Will Start One This Menth Te Connect the Waters of Lake Erie With That of the Ohie. Til lMiw1nmf1 tnl Iia TIvMnall. r ... &iv nnn nnn iwn1ln(ni llav EkV llaall himVAHml . ltA A I ll f !! I W of tlie tjtuta of l'eiinsylviiiilu. Prrrsnunan, Pa., March 7. A pro ject having for its object the construc tion and equipment with private enp ital of the lonjr-talkcd-ef ship canal between LrtUe Erie ami the Ohie river, 1 is receiving the serious consideration of , .well-known local capitalists as well as "financiers from ether large business centers The first practical meve to ward carrying out this immense pro ject will be started en March 28, at a meeting held in the chamber of com cem com merce rooms. There will be present at this m...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 7 March 1893

T gr &. WT v MYte1 "'K .nv V .c , ' fr" It- ft; ITheEd't ret Tiik LkimikuIs net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Corrosond Cerrosond Corresond nu: but nothing retlcctlng upon the chnrao chnrae chnrao ter or habitrt of any person will be admitted te these columns.) WCerrwixindenf will please semi Letter se a tereach us net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Qive facts in as few worth as tvwslblc. We want nctr " Mils department, nml net ailvcrtMne notices or political arguments. OOtt AOKNT8. TUe following are authorized Agents (or i ' The Pudlic Leueeu In tlielr respcctlve local ities: Maranhure Mntthew llelluiau. Helena Hebert n. Cord. Afliumi Frank V. llawcs. Sante n, O. Qrlgsby. QranaelxirQ 0. H. Hes. Snrliwlale C. C. Degman. iiafltck Chnrles Whoelor. Yanctbuxv Mrs. Jennle Stewnrt. Alt. Ctirmrl Kelly & Foxworthy. Auciwfa Leander Tully. Peed Jeseph W. Wlllliims. IHuclfcA Spring J. II. Hunter. Dewr Thad. F. Moero. Subscribers will save the treuble of loiter writing by payin...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 8 March 1893

' Ji i. iT-zli'Tt -V ,-, ,. V' . J.' :y w Bf "i ",3. a ft fK ,V TAUIFF PICTUKES. , Thin Is Hew KnmnK City, In llaurlien Mis raeurl, fared under ten yenrx of Protection, Aggrepite wiigen paid manufacturing om em om lileyos In 1880, til 1,4'.! 0,7 13 t k9 Wnees pnld In 1800, w,ne.ii83 AhsomeiI vnluntlen of the city In the inciin inciin tiute grew from 810,877,2(10 te 883,485,(157 Sew Yerk I'm. This country produced $33,000,000 in .geld last year. We can easily spare a few millions for Europe. Mrs. Leaso alleges thit Hoke Smith hired a man te threw eggs at General Weaver in Georgia. Is this another hoax myth? The New Yerk Jn has made a discov ery, and put it in a scntonce that should have hcen in Mr. Cleveland's second in augural. It is that there aie mera Demo crats than efllccs. Jerry Shuck of Posey township, Intl., is worth mere than the average run of Shucks. He has procured u license te mnr,ry for the sixth time, und Is only 73 years of age. The Presldent expresses the tenderest i...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 8 March 1893

t& '- M '7' iVT '..'-t j i- ?: v, . MHTI1WH "4 & &&IttlBa DAILY, KXUEIT SUNDAY, BV kTHE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. KWlLUAM It. COX, THOMAS A. DAVIS, JTflUCTU ICC-.TTTJMICTH. William II. Wadsworth, Jr., Secretary and Trtaturer. EJneM Ait A. Davis, , Kller eml ..Vannesr. BiunKLT. Hickman. n,(.'((Uoraiwli)eolA.pnier. te. JIUAJiJj Ut' DIJIXUTUJUS. ilWlLl.lst H. Cox, M. C. Rcsr.l.L, Pa. M.J. Cochran, W. II. WaMiwerth, Jr., Ktj. v TlIOWAR A.DAVIS. m7VTnPi PiMia IAgtr TuttMng, Se. JO itaif ' SUBSCRIPTIONS- ADVANCE. !&& v. .. !t nn nwnv mx-M ..... ..t.i.- v SNlx Menth .. ... . 1 50 ?Tbree Heiltlu ......... 73 f (' . ' DELI VEXED B Y CARRIER. i rer Menth ..... .. -. 33 Cvtlfa Payable te carrier at end of month. ' TO ADVERTISERS. K' ., ... , .j- .j y ilul'crnsjny rcues unijurm iim rcusin- latfc and nuule A-netcn en application nf jtthe office. THE LEDGER . . It tbe largtst dally paper printed In Jlys vllle cennt tbe col cel urans and measure their length. It gives yen mere read...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 8 March 1893

l'7 . ...; 1W? fWa1 5 4 ! I - v .f, 1 !" , "? j KT Hg -M- m !? fffi'E NEW YORK. p Southampton Celebrates Her Change of Registry. fThe City and Harber Profusely Dece rated for the Occasion. I)ljttlnfMllBlifl t'Annln Tnbd f.nnrlinnn nti fit the V--l Tim Prnatinr.ti ! n 111. Weekly Hcnrlce llctwcen Hotitli Hetitli Hotitli unipteu ami New Yurk. J. Y Southampton, March 8. This ancient Hand honorable pert 1ms thoroughly identified itself with the fortunes of the American Mnil line of steamers and Tuesday was given up te rejoicing and the celebration of its new birth by the inauguration of this popular service. Never was a town mero diilighted by the announcement that the American company will cventually establish a bi weekly service between Southampton and New Yerk instead of the present weekly one. A large and distinguished , company journeyed from Waterloo sta tion te Southampton Tuesday te view the New Yerk under her new Hag and allegiance The ship was gaily dressed .with bunting from ...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 8 March 1893

MT(.L vnzim wmsmvutf nw. H IPWW. r ;- hhi V fmrasn.': it On . .rr" I.JT Vrf"l ifc J tf . . ni The Editor of The Lr.nemt Is net respond bio for the opinions o.xprcssed by CorrcsiKind CerrcsiKind cnts; but nothing reflecting upon thooharae theoharae thoeharae tor or habits of any person will be admitted te these celurans.1 BarOrrMpomtcnte will pirate tend Letter se astertach us net later than Oo'cleck a. m. Olce facts in as few wenls as pestlhle. ire want new in this department, and net aclrcrltslriif notices or veUtical aratiments. OUK AGENTS. Tbe following rtre authorized Agents for Inn FuiiLia Ledqkr In their respective local lecal ities: .Veranbtirv Mattuew Heffman. ilia Hebert n. Cord. ' Minerva Frank W. Huwcs. Sartltn U. Q.Grlgsby. Oratioeeuru C. It. Itess. SiiritKnttilc C. C. Degraan. MatilteH Charles Wheeler. Vahcclmrg Mrs. Jennle Stewart. XL Crtrm-t Kelly & Foxwertliy. Auaiuta Lcander Tully. Peal Jeseph W. Williams. Blue IfcA Sprinp J. II. Hunter. Dwer-Thad. F. Moere Subs...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 9 March 1893

'. t ?W i "', ?i . ,- -V . Vm t A v v I ' t , , tl iv & fs tf. 1 V TARIFF FIOTUnUS. This country produced t 135.03K tens or pit; lend In 1880. Lnit your our production reached sin.ans tens. Before- the Tnrtff was put en we Im ported most of the pig; lend we nsed and It cost 8 cents n pound. New It sells nt nbeut cents a pound. The lend Tariff is nn es jieelnl objeot of Demoerntlo hntred. New Yerk Pre. i Kentucky cau hardly tell of whom it is ' preuder the Secretary of the Treasury or the Secretary of the Cookery. Gresham, in passing from ene apple tree te another, did net let go with his feet en ene until he had a Arm grasp en the ether with his hands. ' Hoke Smith will need a Confederate Commissioner of Pensions, but he may net insist upon it, for the Confed might be milder with mcdlcine than a Nerthern Democrat with liberal views. 81nc3 the prompt confirmation of his Cabinet, Mr. Cleveland probably feels that the Senate is a co-erdinato branch of the General Government. It was...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 9 March 1893

w fc k1 "7 ', fVVTT ' r- , T - t V frJ- fa $ i. bp ? i iVblici(tet DAltY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WILLIAM n. OOX, v President Themas A. Davis, Vlce-JPreiident. William n. Wamwerth , Jr., Secretary and Treaturtr. TK0MA8 A. Davis. ..-..-. Editor and Manager. ",8A UtJKLT.IIrcKMAJ,4l'I.BiHter and Aoekkeever. BOARD Or BISECTORS. WilliamII. Oex. M.O.Bumrt.L, A.M.J. CecniiAK, W. H. Wabuwebth , Jr., Themas A.Davis. nVVTHVl Public Ledger Tuihting, A'e. 10 Eart JHaXJJ3i TKinl Utrrrl BVBSCRIPTI0X9-IX ADVA XCE. u ff be ear ... ..,. - ....... KM HI. Vnnlli.1 ISO J Tbree MeQth...........-...-. ....-.. 7 JJXXrJfUA'D 211 CARRIES Per MebUj .... ....,,.. ...23 OnU Fnvable te carrier at end et month TO ADVERTISERS. .Advertisina rates uniform and reason' Ifa&k and made knetcn en application at fr .., .w. THE LEDGER . . la tke largest dllj paper printed In Mays tllle eoent the col umns and measure their length. It gives 70a mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same p...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 9 March 1893

SB&Jti&i mm V IK I A CONSPIRACY That Boded 111 for Peace in the Hawaiian Islands. Te Bring About a Conflict Between British and Americans. By This It War Hoped te Step the An. noxatlen Movement, by Cauilng An lutcrnutlenal Imue IU Instigation fc. It Credited te Ltlluekalaul, San Fjiamcibce, March 0. The steam cr Australia nrrlvcd from Honolulu Wednesday and brought the following Bpcctal correspondence from Hawaii: Honolulu, Hawaii, March 1, 1803. A conspiracy that boded ill for the pres ervation of peace In the Hawaiian Islands hae just been nipped In the bud It was a conspiracy te bring about a conflict between the English and Amer icans In Honolulu, in the hepe that an international issue might arise, se that during a possible subsequent clash be tween Great Britain and the United States the question of annexation might be forgotten and the islands left te themsclvcs. It was probably ex-Queen Lilluoka Lillueka lani's lest and most desperate effort te regain the crown which...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 9 March 1893

Wa3flBH3f55rrji rTiijw S'WVSrarKKIEBKFdGfn. . 1JWP "!!' i ' i JWJ-.rt- L rVSHTlFZXMKlVir ITL'H .SR t. Ji R HJWTT ?J rt " j, "r ' - i St... -2- x a i. .T . J ' f - - - -- - -.' ft. IXlie Edlter of Tub Lbdeku In net rospensl bio for the opinions oxpressod by Correspond ft, enta: but nothing rcllcctlng upon tlioehcirno- ter or habit of any person will be admitted te these oelumns.1 wCnrresponeVnt icill pleaae send Letters se as te reach u net later than 9 o'clock a.m. Give tatU tn as few tcards an possible. We leant netM in this deinrtmcnt, ami riot adcerttoine tie:tc or political aruumnt. OUn AOENTS. Tue following are authorized Agents for The Public Ledeeic lu thelr respeotlve local lecal ities: Mnranbutv Matthew Heffman. Helena Itobert II. Cord. .Uinerat Frank W. Hawcs. Siinlis D. O. Grlgsby. OranQtlivrg C. U. lless. SpriwUile C. C. Desman. .uajiHck Charles Whoelor. VaTicebury Mrs. Jennle Stew art. Alt. Carmtl Kelly & Foxworthy. tUtfuf a Leander Tully. Peed Jeseph W. Williams. n...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 10 March 1893

rwwspc 3" -' ' - ', " r fU"r '. v.5 'T "., $? -.k J I ILJ J&l ft, ft; I . aft . i- UJ2. - J for. W J', w si i Sjfl & a i 4 '. IQIV. p r ap . fir & j IS'. 3P 'Elk, T in ''J8. W wrr Wf f,s m -8.1 flLd S, K li.JV TAUIFF riCTUUliS. Tlie VnnoeitTor Pnclfte line et itentners from Vnnceuver te Juinn and China get .about anoe.ooo Annunlly In subsidies. A competing Ameri- can line In tlte Asiatic triule enrns 0,:i8i i by carrying the United States malls. New Yerk Pre. The Terente Glebe declares that "the Hixit of President Harrison excites no re grets iu Canada." Certainly net. Frcsl dent Harrison administered his oflice for the benefit of the United States and net of foreigners. Myra Clark Gaines left au cstate worth $025,000 when she died In 1837. The lawyers have absorbed $800,000 of it in fighting ever her will, and hope te be able te get away with tlie remainder in the new trial which they have just com menced. , Under the reciprocity treaty with pain our expert trade with C...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 10 March 1893

- VA1 Vi' x A rv- te A ri'i. 8 ' i9fl$fr' Mir B-v wHu-, ' : Hap? -' aBtff m&t- .!: miTiTT,),,),, a, ,. DAILY, JXtUEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. TWii.lJAMn.Oex, Themas A. Davis, Vlct-Frerttttnt. j-rciuirni William H. Waotwerth, Jr., Serctary antl Trtaniftr. "Themas A. Davis, Klffer ami ilanaett, tBAVUXL T. Hickman, A n't Ed (ter and Boekkttver. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WtLUi II. Cox. M. O. Tlrssy.LL. 'AXiX. 3. Cochran, W. H. Waduwebth, Jr., ' j IJIUHABA.iiAVIS. OFFICE Mte -t"'"r Tvitdtng, Xe. U Eatt SUBSCRIPTIONS-IK AD YANCB. I ene Tear .. .......... .........3 00 blx Menllu... .... .. 1 OO 'Three Meuth............................ 73 DELIVERED BY CABRIEJt. Per Menth .-.........................-......... 3 Cents l'nvable te carrier at end el month. , TO ADVERTISERS. h Advertising rates uniform and reason' table and made kneicn en application at iAe office. THE LEDGER . . Is tbe largest dsllj paper printed In Mays Tille rennt the col cel nrans and tntasere their length. It girts ...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 10 March 1893

' .. . i.Hi,. -v kl 3 71 l . FT t-NERVY CONVICT. it- Makes a Desperate Attempt te Escape. Discovered by Guards He Is Brought te TJme. by Ravelvers. 1 i A rrlinner Terribly Unrnnrt While denn ing- Out a Heller Condition t'rncnrletis The Ilurglur Areldeutnlly Shet at Dayton a Supposed l'x-Ceitvlct. CeLtJiJBtjs, O., March 10. -Gcerfje Bautrhran, received in February, 1803, en a threo years' sentence from Mus klnguni cpnnty for receiving stolen Reeds, mude a bold break for liberty Thursday jnerning. He was employed in the whisk broom shops and stele 1,200 feet, of twine, which he twisted into aflve-ply rope 153 feotlenjr, and knotted at intervals of about two feet. He tried te escape through the ventilator, and was climbing1 hand evor hand for llfe and liberty when Guards Skinner and Conden brqugh.t him down at, thp point of their revolvers. Baughran was re duced, from the first te the third grade, and will bear the ball and chain for ten days. Geerge Broemfleld, a third-terra man, rece...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 10 March 1893

1 i " , i t i Wf iThe Edit "r et TheLkdekuIs net rospousl respousl rospeusl bio for the opinions ex pressed by Correspond ents; but nothing rullectlng upeu theohnruo theehnruo theohnrue tor or hnbtts of any person will be ndtnltted tr these celumns.1 vrCerrcspnmlenln tcilX ltw nt Letter se at te reach us net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Qive fact in a few wenU iw possible, lie tranl netcs In Wi(a department, ami net adtwtbtru; notices or DeKftcat aruumrnt. OUll AOEST9. Thn fnllewlnir nre nilthorlzeil Audits for i " Tnc Public LEDOhii la their respective local- ft lea: frtutilinwi ITntltinnf tlAfTntllll Helena Hebert II. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Ilawcs. Sardtg U. Q. Grlgiby. Orano'l'ure 0. K. Uess. Sirinu'ilt C. C. Degtnan. Maulich Charles Wheeler. Vanetbum Mrs. Jennle Stew art. .lit. CarmH Kelly & Foxworthy. AUewta Loander Tully. fted-Jo-enli W. Williams. Blucllch Spriugi-J. II. Hunter. Zber Thad. V. Moero. t Subscribers will save tne trouDie ei louer- Agent at their ulaee SPHINODAL...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 13 March 1893

-?, '!J s. , , s , . . rriiuxtr j Hftlg iv-wMm'. Vfw-r- yi .yrmnwiMi twtw ! 'fiwa MM . mmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmm WW' wS' . .;. liiJ i (J: rt 4& 3 m ,8m-L m .19 9 t Jfl '-if ', ,' ft 4 flSf VHV jv sajwTTftywiarTPftM' TARIFF 1'IOTUIIKS. The f rnmern et the Mcltlnley law thought tlmtlf the new tin pinto industry reached n production et nbeut 80,000,000 pounds n jenr within 7 yenri from the pnasiiRe of the law, It would he doing pretty well nnd would wnrrnnt the contluunnce of the tin pinto duty. Our tin mill hud itlrcnriy renehed that rnte of production in the Inst quarter of 1802, 3 1-4 3 earn nfter the new Tariff's enactment. . New Yerk Pra. When Secretary Herbert of the Navy was a youngster, he was eften spoken of as' "that blg-headcd little boy." A son of ox-Governer Oglesby of Illi nois has been appointed a naval cadet. This was one of President Harrison's lust acts. The executive duties of First Vice- Presfdent Frauk Thomsen, of the Penn- , sylvanla re...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 13 March 1893

rr- r l. W' ! & mmkm DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William IT. Cox. PrttUlent Themas A. Ha via, Vlet-PrttUttnt, William n. Wamwoeth, Jr., SecrtXary antt Trtaturrr. uTiieuAR A. DAVta. ........... Eltfer ami itanaerr. ! BAMUIL T. II1CXMAN .Ant JRtler and Soekktever, BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WjU.UhII.Cex, M. O. IlresKLL, A. M. J. Cochran, W. n. Wawwerth , Jr. Themas a. Davis. OFFICE jtJ" Lfil"r -TutMlnfl, Ke. 10 ut SVBUCRIPTIOltB-Ilf AJ VAXCJS. eat Year . -.WOO Mx ateBth.. Three MenUin.., DELIVERED BY CARRIES. rcr MeBth...................Jt3 Cents ' Payable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason- 1 eI and made known en application at ''the office. THE LEDfiER.. li the largest dally paper rrinttd la May vllle count tie col umn! and nimure tbetr length. It gives you mere rt&Jlag matter tban nj otter. It 1 soil at tie uine prlte as toy otter Mays rllle paper one cent a copy or 25 cenli a month, deltrercl by tar rler or Bent by ...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 13 March 1893

tmf T r - i 1 MIRACULOUS. The- Escape of the Occupants of a Wagen While Cressing the a, H. & D. Rail road Tracks. Th Family of Jehn Dres, Censtating of Jllntielf, Wlf ami Hen ami n Grand daughter, Struck by a hwltch lSnglns at the Cressing Cincinnati, Mnrch 13. A miraculous escape from death was the let of Jehn Drcs, his wife, son and Uttle grand daughter early Saturday morning. The family reside en a farm near Del hi, and were seated In their wagon, which was leadod with garden truck. They were en their way te market, and were driving slowly along Qarr strcet When uearing the CL, IL & D. tracks, the elder Drcs looked out, and net seeing an approaching engine, dreve ahead. Just as he get upon the track, switch engine Ne. DO came thundering dewu. The engineer saw the wagon and tried te step, but falVed. The occupants of the wagon saw their danger, but before they could seek safe ty in jumping, the engine Btruck the vehicle. The wagon, instead of being tossed te one side, was ...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 13 March 1893

m: It. ."! ', '" ta:.:;.... i . " ivA" ai"3i w t nt ' ft. ., ','' " sV t.UAVf mmtMM I iw m -r i try t a rAWTiBixG; ,$? 49f&jaaaek 1, mw Tv V; h i Tao"Edlterof The LtuxiEiils nut roepensl- hlrt tnpthn ntilnlana oxDrunsed ti Corresnond- t 7 ' . "., ..... .. .1- l cnta; dui ueuiuig ruueciing upon me uuuruu- ter or nueits 01 any person win uu unciiucii te thcse columns.! ? f Correspondents will please send Letters m tacts in at fexa words as possible. We tretit times in this department, ami net advertutng notices or velitieal anmments. nmt incvra r, The following nre authorized Agents ler Tije PtniLie ledeku la tiielr respective local lecal ities: ? Moranburg Mntthew neffman. JMtna uoeort u. uera. Mtnerva Frank W. Hawes. Sardtt U. G. Grtgsby. OranQtbvrvC, 11 Rem. Springilale C. C Desman. f VViitMhiiniMMrd. Jdnnla RtAwnrt. XL Carmtl Kelly & Foxworthy. tUflrtuta Leander Tully. tttdIesepu W. Williams. BlucHckSiriw-J- H. Hunter. or Thad. r. .Moere t, subscribers win suve tne troueio...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 14 March 1893

HRb IfWr ''flTTirp-ijrs, f , ww :.st THrawa" r , . ,,-wz, "M ' c . ", I H Vi I". i P? r M - ivi . w TAItlFF 1'ICTUllti!. lleclpreclty I doing exactly ulint Sir. Illnlne said It would de. Fer instance, In 1801 this country exported te llrnzll 0,870,037 jnrils. of cotton geed. In 1H02 our experts of these goods te tlie miuie country reached in.BBB.oge jnrds. Xew YerkPieet. A serious flght has occurred in a Dela ware town ever a dispute as te which one of a party of men was tlie best at sawing weed. This incident will confirm a pepu ilar impression that the man will best in.that particular who "saws weed and says nothing." 4 Green Kellar iu UarlMe Mercury: Pee pie who abuse the Legislature for staying here ought te have te sit and listen te the reading of bills in full five or six times. New I am net going te apolegizo for the Legislature, but the fact is apparent, te all who have read the new Constitution, that the readings required take up one-half of tbe time of the Legislature. The...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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