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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 14 March 1893

Sf w - "n vi. i ir , I '":.,?"' ,"v ' . &t ip s-t tv; Jfa mmm DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WtT.T.tAU TT. fnt. Themas A. Davis, Ylce-FretUtent. rrtitdtnt William II. Wadswektk, Jr., ij , secretary ana ZTeaturer, PTBOMA A. Davis, ............. Editor and Manager. BiHmthT.IUCKMAX.Attl EdUer and noeckterxr. hears or OIXSCTOSS. 'WILLIaUII. COX, M. C. RUNtKLL, ?A. M, J. Cochran, W. H. Wadmwehth, Jr., tV1' TunuAft A. TIavim. ? OFFICE r"6" Ledger TuUdtng, A'e. 10 Halt SUBSOXIPTIOXS-IX A D VANCE. '.'Sac Year .... .................. S3 00 Mx SOBth....-..,...................... .. 1 00 Xkrce Meutli...............-...-......-..-.... 73 R i)sxiKJ':i52:irc!a&Riyf. ,Per MeBll........ra.......-...-...-..3 Outa Payable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made knetim en application at 'the office. THE LEDGER . . Is the largest dally paptr printed In Mays vllle count the col umns and measure their length. It gives yen mere...

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. — 14 March 1893

;. rm rwrmwwMr- - ( ', A (- -V, ? t l'at fc &X - k 4AthXkMbvj ' -vMm ' MI istjfit0HUtjlrei& t ?f -wr ttMtv h d & i K J e. I 3S A t $. . wr ,'4 l&'i. r ) i f. t f 1 h f. ' v. L- n .- 1 fir VFr V w i J k wV c RETRIBUTION. Sen Sheets His Father's As sassin in the Courthouse. Twe Persons Seriously Wounded the Result of a Feud. as Tragle Rndltg of Quarrel In Tennessee One of tlie Most sensational Mioot Mieot Mioet l I nc In the History e! 'tihvllIe Shet by the slile eflJls vife. Nashvilwi, Tenn., March 14. One of the most sensational shootings in the history of Nashville occurred here Men der In the courthouse. Themas Jenes, a lyeung man, shot J. J. Winters down as the latter was walking by the slde of his wife along the hallway leading from the criminal court-room. As Winters foil his wife dropped upon her knees by his side, crying hysterically, "Tem Jenes has killed my husband." Jenes fired flve shots at his victim. Three of them took effect, and the result will probabl...

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. — 14 March 1893

ffW ' 1 WS' 74." ", 1 ' r.v rf r i i $& ap (The Editor or The Ledger 19 net rosponsl responsl rospensl bio (or the opinions oxpressed by Correspond ents: but nothing reflecting upon thocharue. ter or habits of any person will be uduilttvd f& te tboae columns.! KVCorresfyeiuienUt will please teml Letter se as te reach us net later than 9 o'clock a.m. Qive tacts, in as few words as jxtssible. ire trout netrs in thU department, and net advcrtUUw notice or wilt leal arvumrnt. OUK AGENTS. The following are nuthertaed Agents for Tucl'onueliEDOEHln thetr respective local ities; Moranburg Matthew Heffman. Helena ttobert 11. Cord. Mlntrva Prank W. Hawes. Sardls U. O. Qrlgsby. Orangeburg C It. Itess. Sprinudale O. C. Deguian. Maylick Charles Wheeler. Vanceburv Mrs. Jennle Stewart. XU Curmet Kelly & Foxworthy. AugusUl Lounder Tully. Pted-Jeseph w. Williams. lttueUch Spring J. 11. Hunter. Dever Thud. V. Moero. Subscribers will save the treuble of letter writing by paying thetr subsc...

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. — 15 March 1893

V fi PRETTY WORD PICTURE DAUi, PUBLIC LEDGER COL. HOD JKOF.RHOT.rJS WOSDBRFlTE'i VlWBE-rORin ON LIFE. TA1UKT PICTURES. Up In St. Pnul, Minn., factory empleye -earned yearly en the nvornge S431 One of the Prettiest J'tecvt of Iferd PattU-'M tng in me ixinffuage, jrouetcino J.je jstswm! Ihm Vnf III. .-.. -" MA Y8V1I.T.B REPUBLICAN. fv - frjuZ-Sfe 'M tf. '' EU m V a- w iia " Pi fcT 1. f 1 if 8f k-. j. j , In 1880. This wen fully tw Ice the uwgea of Kurepenn workers, but their earnings liorerthnless crew te man ft year In 1800. Thin, together with the Incrcase in the nuinbnr of hnmU who found employment, brought the total sum, llntributcil!u wages, up from 83,3B4,niO In 1880 te -III 1800. A'cw Yerk Prem. England's crack locomotive, with its reputed speed of ninety miles an hour, 'which is te be exhibited at Chicago, may be a wonderful production of human skill in its way; but It will net astonish Americans. Leeking at it, they will recall the fact that their own locomotives have practic...

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. — 15 March 1893

tmmtitetmiJBL ? m V ' j i- ZMWKmit KMmikw , DAILY, KXUfiPT SUNDAY, BY 'THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. (William II. Cox. Themas A. Davis. ,l jHrttUicnt ltcflrerttlfnt. f Wtl.Liiv It. WAnnTCnRTif. Jr.. K - 7 CT.,.... Jml 4. . ?Tiiemaw A. Davis, .. Rltter and Manager. SahvklT. lUCKMJLH.Ait'tEdUer anil JtoekkrcDrr. RP " . WI1IJ1I II. COX, M. C. ItCSflELL, niiARn nr nrsunmiui. A?M. J. Cec-nnAN, W. H.WAOMWOttlii.Jr., . Themas A.Davis. lOFFICE -r"Mte t"'fl" TulMlnff, JVe. 10 ! K ... ...... ...... ... .,.... eHJjjavjtJmu&Gr m ix .wi-hvj. f enc Year ..... ...-.i... ... ..... W 00 Tmk Mouths. ........... ...... 1 SO WTliree Menth.. ... ........... ......... 73 . f DELIVERED S Y CAKEIEIt. tirer Menth ..................... Cent P livable te carrier at end of month. 6V. . TwrTmrcwnrt iv txrJiiT.jj:oxiiie. VhAdvcrtising rates uniform and reason' 'yable and made frnewn en applkatien at f the office. THE LEDGER . . r9.?S Is tbe largest dally ppr printed in Mays- vllle count the cel- Kjnim nmns ana measu...

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. — 15 March 1893

tmsm K"4? W.l wvi y y! ,?; V" - ? ?fc ,) :; 1 AT- k fw: is DIVORCES. ' A Cincinnati Rabbi Issuing Them at Cheap Rates. He Would Give a Couple Their Free dom for Eight Dollars. Rabbi Simen I. Ftakelstcln Come te Oriel Excltoment In a rollsh-Jewlofl Cen- KregHtleii Over III Actien-CliurKcd With "Practicing a Trlak tluuie." Cincinnati, March 15. SliAen I. Fin klestcln, rafcbl of' a Jewish congrega tion of this city, was urrcstcd Tucsdaj afternoon, with the charge of "practic ing a trick game" oppeslto his name or the "slate," Ills arrest developed a peculiar state of affairs In the church ever which hi presides. During the forenoon f rather pretty young woman, giving the name of Mrs. Lena Darter, callcc en Chief Deltseh and said she came tc this city from Pittsburgh three week age; that in that place four menthi age she had been married te Mllce liar ter, who, like herself, was a Itussiar Jew. lie left her, and she heard latci through David Solemon, that he was ic this city. She then c...

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. — 15 March 1893

xwfT'SPw wm$mwwry. V'T.f ! I ) h Us. &-". IThe Editor of Tiie Ledger la net roSponsI reSponsI roSpensI bio (or the opinions oxpressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend cnu; but nothing reflecting upon the oharno eharno oharne tor or habits of any person, will be admitted te these columns.! BirCorretpenticnls will please send Letters no M te reach us net Inter than So'cleck a. m. Qive tacts in a few words as pnssiile. We want new in this department, and net advertising notices or political atvumrnts. OUU AOENTS. The following are authorized Agents for Tne I'uulie Lkdeer In their rcepectlve local Ittca: Meranbura Matthew Hedman. UtXena Uebcrt n. Cord. Mtntrca Frank W. Ilawes. Sardis B. G. Qrlgsby. Oranuebury C. It. Ress. SvrinjiUileC. C. Desman. Mayslick Charles Whoelor. Vancetwtv Mrs. Jennle Stewart. Xt. Carmel Kelly & Foxworthy. Augusta Leander Tully. 7f-Jeaeph W. Williams. Blueitck Spri rirtt J. H. Hunter. Dever Thail. F. Moere. Bubecrlbers will save the treuble of letter...

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. — 16 March 1893

' ' & i( -.m v v lAi. .a 't 'j. V; -j l, , . S- J hi w3un 4fr Ipfe lie.''' IE'; m TAllIFXC PICTUUICS. The debt of tlie ntnte of New Yerk una a7,QSl,333 in 1880. Itlind fallen te 83,308,330 in 1800, and has ulnce bceii virtually wiped out. tabor Commissioner Peck linu geed rens6n te report Protection prosperity from overy corner of tlie com cem com meuwcnltli. A'eie Yerk Vrtu. Let the old Democratic whoelhorscs stand back until renegade Republicans like Isaac Pusuy Gray get what they ant. ' President Palmer of the World's Fair Commission is in favor of keeping the 'exhibition intact when the doers close next October and opening again in the spring of 1804 for another six months' run. Chicago Mm Recerd. Thore is some .grumbling among the old ofllce-holdcrs. but they have heretofore been such ar dent advocates of .Mr. Cleveland that they are net in a position nuw te critlcise him. The United States Government still pays $1,G00 n duy for mernjnij and evo eve ning salutes. Few people...

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. — 16 March 1893

M ! '., , -'V El ' ' A ki, If ll-luiHtama DAILY, KXOJJPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William It. Cox, i-rtttdrnt THOMAS A. Davih, Vtee-rretldtnl. , William n. Wa wwenTit, Jr., '" fitcrttarj and Trraiurtr. TilOMAh A. Davis, .. .Bltterand atanagtr. BaMUUlT.Hickman,'( Editor and Jtoekktcver. " HOARD OF DIRECTORS. Willi v n. Cox, at. C. Russkll, nffWTriTZ WK Udatr JlitMffie. Se. 10 EaH Fv JVlrd rfft f j, BUJttKIiirTIONH-IN A D VAXVX. V. A.. Vm. AH M u, ms neB uu.HHaMI)WHIIMHf IIIM, a ou t V Tteree MeBtlt..... ........................,.. 75 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. ' WAt 0C '.. l'avaei te carrier ai ena 01 raenin. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason- i, Htie uiu muiu Anuirn un ujuvutiij, ct tflO VUH.G. &., r THE LEDGER . . is the largest dally paper printed In Slays vllle eennt the col umns and mture their length. It gUes yea mere reading matter than any ether. It Is cold at the same price as any otter 51 ays rllle paper one cent a copy or 33 cents a month, deliver...

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. — 16 March 1893

H'F'J I '- . r . ' W$? .'" wi iT..-.fJl -s'.? i y" ffF,r'1TOf(f W VM 1 .r hw&Kxm&n jTtfWW: "W;t Sv . ; "vi . ' ' Ti "y ;;;("i,sr .ST -" J.WJ I 11 1 " ir'r - ' ', n ''Si' ,&- 'I'j ", . ' . ' v: THE SIGNAL Answered by the British Stearii ship Elmville. A Strange Vessel Discovered With the Crew in a Starving Condien. .Tliejr Ilnd Subsisted en Pea Soup for Three 'Weeks Fer Smoking Tobacco the fenl- lers Used Tea Leaves and Old Jjojie Sealed Frem the lllgglng. Philadelphia, March 10. "We are starving; won't you help us?" was the signal of distress which sailors aboard the British steamship Elmville saw en March 0 flying from the mizzentepmast of a strange vessel in latitude 33.44, lengitude 05.32: The Elmville, which arrived in Philadelphia, Wednesday ' with a cargo of cepper pyrites from the Spanish pert of Uuelva, had responded te the distress signals indicated, and Capt. Dever, her commander, told hew he and his crew had found and saved the half-famished crew. The vessel w...

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. — 16 March 1893

W .('J ! " s "M rt M rvatnc' .-LV.iS u-l. HiiiU , V .. 1 t' . ' ' ' i tjj.: vi?H"&.. -: rn1 " "I t' prfvaw M ,1 j ' JThe Editor or Tug Lf.dukuIb net responsl respensl responsl bie for the opinions expressed by Correspond cats; but nothing reflecting upon thocharno thecharno thocharne tor or habtte of any person will be admitted LV , IU U1U-UUU1-U1I1S.I Jt f I ' WCorrwpetKlent veVX please send Letters se kjt u uirtucri we fiui luicr uniit vu wvn u ii. uivb recw i as eic imrus as pnsswie. e uxmt twtrs ill tifs department, ami net adperttattie notices or political arvximmts. ' OUR AGENTS v The following nre authorized Agents ler , JtH 1-UL.1U UEUUHll IU lllUir rVSpUCMVU lUC'lM- 3j 'itles: iWettn Uebert II. Cord, itffnerai Frank W. Hawes. Sardis B. G. Grigsby. Oranvtbutv 0. K. Bess. J?Mli,rfnf 11 n natrmnn. !Cf &r.i.lfjVha,1n W'ttnnlni. Vanceeurg Mrs. Jeunle Stewart. Xt. Carmel Kelly & Foxworthy. Atiu iwfa Leander Tully. Pl Jeseph W. Williams. Blueltck Springs J. H. Hunter. ...

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. — 17 March 1893

". OOM HOOK OFPJBR OFP. l &v r "- IV. if rr m If- fit m TAMPS I'lCTUKES. Iu 1803 we sold te all Aslntle countries te tlie value of 8io.nne.3no mill bought from thorn goods vnlueil nt 80,1.18,2nX With it rospcctnlile merchant mnrlne of ear own nnd n Nlflnrngua Cnnnl, we would moeii soil Astn an much ns she soils te us. NeurYerlt Prttt. iV ii. i-lll i i l.l l l ll Ol&r- euiuui uun piuuuu iuiunuu in iiuu ., wttu iue progress ei uie age in ruling '.festhat Catholic pnrents have tlie right te 'ijisend their cblldren te the public schools. b ' a M v '4 When Cleveland and Carlisle put the sugar duty en again the workingman's free breakfast tnble will rise up in its wrath nnd Jumn en thetn with oil four of its legs. The Postmaster General has notified Senators and members of the Ilouse of ,) 'Representatives that hereafter he will re k 'lulre, in addition te their rccemtnendn- ilien, seme local expression of the patrenB of the e til co as te the fitness of the appli- cant. The prepo...

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. — 17 March 1893

4 7 ?S - -" ATI ILWP7 t i . ! 1 ? .. h'-A Nf E Kk. : Wi & 9: fa- jm tfiSL bniniit, tf.E DAILY. EXUEPT SUNDAY. MY S THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. r I wiluaw n. cex, Jtetident Themas A. Davis, Vlee-ITttidmt. William II. Wadswertii, Jr., Secretary and Treaturcr. rneMAn a. Davis. . EdUer and itanager. BXuOXhT.HlCKH AH, Att'tEdlter and Boekkeevrr. , i i . ii , I . JtOAKD OF ItlRXtSTORS. fc4.. WILLI a M II. COX, M. C. ItDKSELL, A. M. J. Cochran, W. H. Wadmwebtu, Jr., Themas A.Davis. QFJPIOE- .PtiNle ledger TuUdlng, A'0. 10 Jail Tfttrd Html 8VB8CBIPT10NO-I1T ADVANCE. HB IrU WMtMttt ( UHmnlMMtMnHWHlffw "" Mx Menth.......... ........... ....... 1 00 ,Thr Meuth..- .... ........ "5 DSZ1VEEED BY CAKEIEX. '.Per Menth ......... ................ ......03 Cent Parable te carrier at end et month. TO ADVERTISERS. ' , Advertising rates uniform and reason' 6Ie and made knevm en application at fthe office. THE LEDGER . . is the largest dally paper printed in Msjs Tllle count the col umns and measure their l...

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. — 17 March 1893

jltc MrYJWCAlRSW HM l tff. ! V Minister Stevens Satisfied With Secre tary Fester's Letter. The Disappointment or the Amnrlenn l'r ty In Hawaii a Houree or Gratification te the Royalists They Claim An nexation nn Impossibility. HONOLULU, larch 17. If the friends of annexation were elated en the re DISAPPOINTED. Non-Aetien en the Treaty Causes Depression. ceipt of. the news brought by the steam ships China and Honolulu en the 20th and 23d of February, they were corres cerres t pendlngfly depressed when the liclgic put into Honolulu unexpectedly March B, and It was found that the treaty con summated by Secretary Pester and the Hawaiian commissioners had net reached a vete in the U. S. senate. With the exception of Minister Btevens and a few ether Amerl jans, no ene had expected n treaty te be arranged se speedily. In fact, It was known that certain of the commis cemmis commis deners had arranged their business iffalrs here with a view te belnp absent it least six months, and the fact t...

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. — 17 March 1893

-, p tl ' ' m mi iiiiM m (The Editor " Tub LkiieeuIs net rosponsl responsl rospensl bio for the opinions expiesMMl by Correspond ents ; but nothing reflecting upon the chttrno chttrne chttrno ter or habits et an) person will be admitted ; te theso columns. 1 JBCorrependVnrs will plows tend Letter se as tereath u net later than 9 o'clock e. m. Give fact (n at few ward a pslble. ir utnt new in tht department, and net advertising no!( or veUttcal argument. enn AGENTS. : The following nre authorized Agents for ( the 1'uulie LiKDOBit in their respeotive local ities: ' Merantiurg Matthew IletTmnn. Helena Hebert II. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hawes. Sanlt B. O. Orlgeby. Orateebura C U. Hess. Svrinudale C. C. Degtuan. Maynlick Chnrles W Tioelor. Vaneebury Mrs. Jonnle Stewart. Mt. Carmcl Kelly & Foxworthy. Auawtta Loander Tully. Herd-Jeseph W.Wllllann. IttueUckSprtngi-J. H. Hunter. Dever Thad. V. Moero. Subscribers win save the treuble oMottor eMottor oMettor writing by paying their subscrip...

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. — 18 March 1893

The Editor of Trm Lkdekii 1b net responsl respensl responsl elo for the opinions oxpreasod by Correspond puts: but nothing reflecting upon tbe charac ter or habits of any person will be admitted te these celumns.1 Chicago' factory empleyes were earning nn avernge of Ml UAYSYll.LB' KEVVBLTCAIf. Si M30 Their earning lind grown r , , SB8I) In 1800. The number of hand employed tit the meantime grew from 71414 te 203,108 Hew Yerk 1tu. It is te be hoped Hint Cnrl Scliurz will .get an ofllce, for if Jie doesn't he will Hep tack into the Republican party. This is a Government "of the people, jfer the people and by the people," but a Jgoed many patriots want te knew what ' pcople it is by. This is a Republican year. We've pretty nearly get the President whom we didn't elect, and things are coming our way in geed shape generally. Representative Kilgere of Texas, when ivsked iflie was going te ask for a Fede ral appointment, said: "Net much; I am coming back te Congress te raise Cain." Chicago...

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. — 18 March 1893

n-f.-BBtTi," ? I lHW -. -j (, -f T fv?rwa H , V ' O ' r ,- : ': 1 tf ir K Km t mmmmPHtt 1AILY, KXUEtT SUNDAY, MY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. i .WILLIAM It. COX, TllOMlN A. DAVIS, Hee-iYk7rf. JTtlUUlU William II. Wadsweutii, Jr., Stcrttarv and JYetiJurtr. gL Themas A. Da via, ... RUler and .Vatwffrr. Baudklt. IlicxMAS.Iiifjrd Uer and Soekkrcoer. B0A11D OF DIRECTORS. tVU.L)Mlt. COX, M. C. ItUMVlL, A. M.J. COCHRAN, W. lt.WADHWORTH.Jr., Themas A. Davis. OFFICE I,bUe LttlQtr TiUdne, Ke.lt Katt 77tlnl .Mrr, &M 8Uf!CRIJT10X-IN ADVASC. It' Ohm Ymr 3 00 " Ml Menth.. .................... ....... 1 SO Ttarc Metitlin....... ....................... 75 DELIVERED Y CARRIER. I'er Menth ............. ...S3 Crnte , I'ftyaeie 10 carrier ai una 01 menin. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform ami reason able and made known en application at 'the office. THE LEDflER . . is tbe largest daily piper printed In Mays vllle count tbe col cel nmns and measure their length. It ciTfs yen mere reading matter tba...

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. — 18 March 1893

m j, ft mi ' M l, i'K U " r 'V S Iff- I r l JE?. CV & : i "COSCTMBmET Sensational Developments in the Minnesota Investigation. loiters Proving That Small Dealers Were Bled Unmercifully. A Pennsylvania Cenl llnren Threatens te ten That Ne Mern Hard Cenl U mint te Minnesota, Uuless tlie Iuvestlcatlen U. la Dropped by the Legislature ' St. Paul, Minn., March 18. The latest developments in thojeeal combine sensation tend te cenflrm the Investi gation cemmittee in their belief in the 'existence of such a cembine. In ac cordance with the order of the commit cemmit commit tce, Sergcant-at-arms Sleut, Friday, turned ever te Sheriff Chapel all the books and papers, except the letter book, which was believed te contain cenclusive evidence of conspiracy. Later a war rant was served en the 6ergeant-at-artns citing him te appear before Judge Egnn, of the district court, Saturday morning, en a charge of contempt of court in net handing orer all the books as ordered. Mr. Walsh, of the joint co...

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. — 18 March 1893

EIKHS -SWVvSbW , .V p ii2Afc.i- Vir tft-i x. il't -f jt r. t m ,Thb Sonnte passcd"ttie charter (or sixth, , class cities. Xt puts ifquer Hconse at net lese 'than '$150 or tnore than (00. We ruontlen v tM linnftimn ltit thn nm4t ImiMirtKnt Item lti the doeutnout. Creit)) at I'lahiflrld, X- K My boy. Ave years of nge.win recently taken with a severe nttauk el croup nnd I thought nure that 1 would lese hlin. 1 hud ccen Chum berlaln's Cough Itemedy advertised and con cluded te try It, and urn happy te nay that after two doses he was relieved and slept till Morning. He had another attack the next night: t gave the saine remedy and a prompt cure was affected. I reel that I cannot praise this remedy tee highly. L. 11. Mui.veun, Ne. 38 Park avonue, pialnfield. N. J. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will net only euro croup, but will prevent it. If freely (riven as seen as the child becomes hear se, or even after the oreupy cough appears. It will prevent the attack. Several doses are usually requi...

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. — 20 March 1893

WWW-Mi 1 MOHVePMXimekmtt majtks &' ' O A r,,j r' m u t R . r U- H L?r tr Aa .iHKi n.i updw r.rvm jk TAK1FF PICTUltKS. We exported te Culm hardware te tl)e vnlue of 8378,703 In 1801. In 1802 dUt'linnUrnre unlet te thu nanie Island ivore valued at Wft33,837 A stugle little word explains thu Increase Reciprocity. New Yerk Fret. Applications for Fourth-class Postof Pestof Postef ficcs are reaching Washington at the rnte f ene thousand a day. Evidently the Democratic crossroad storekeepers have their own views of Grever's inaugural dedicatory address. . Hh A great deal is said about the duties of .National, state and local health beards in regard te keeping out the cholera, but it should net be forgotten that every -family and individual hnve also a duty te jjorferrn. Premises and person should be kept clean. Sacramento Recerd- Union. The threat filings of the reur from speilsmen is al ready heard in Washington. Inside of six months it will be sounding, up and down the length and bre...

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