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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 6 April 1893

' ; w St . V VY m m;x te !sf wBLtet DAILY, KXUKtT SUNDAY. BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William IT. Cot, Themas A. Davis, Jreillent 'ee-i"rtfdet. William II. Wadsweiith, Jr., f Atcrtlarv ami Trtaiurrr. m-.. .. . V . - P.IJIHii..l .... ,U8AHnKLT.UlcxMAN.M'J(Jttoramleotfotr. neAKn n' mtsKfrrnKX. i n.ii. . i k. TT f. F ft Hn..n. TV lliMA -.A. AfA . 4U V. .line.) A. M. J. COCIIBA.S, W. II. WABUWOHTH.Jr., ', ' TirOMAW A. Davis. OFFICE-ftg&r rulUUnff,i,-0.lO a,t 1 , he TOar S3 00 Six Menth.....,. I SO 't Three MentJi...................... .. 73 OSZIVERHD BY CAEKISK. rer Menth .............. ..................23 CcnU Payable te carrier at end et month. TO ADVEBTISEJiS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . li the lirgfst dally piper printed In ilays llle count the col umns anil measure their length. It gives you mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price as any ether Mays Title paper one cent a ropy or 25 ...

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. — 6 April 1893

BV'.'iKteS WWrWW (nnfM i."r;r".?i' ? jr ' i i-i ij crrjRTWi' .-? f me J. ' ' ' i - H w-y teft EST f' . "V - f MRl.'jf JO T- r 4 AR1TTRATI0N. LV.f rneius uuiiiiueiH: eiiaiuiy ui. ' England's Action. ? i Her Supplementary Repert an Injus. W !. ' tlrn t.n thn llnltflrl Rtntpc r .4 - R.V" Blr ChnrlM Russell's Arcument te Ilelstei England's Cec The Klghts of Man- 3v !) Mutt lie Made IBee te All. Pajiis, April a The court pi arbitral tien rejrnrdinu Bchring sea resumed iti session Wednesday. Hen. E. J. Phelps, consul in behalf of the United States, continued his argument II e contended that the British supplementary report was clnadmlssible. The admission el new evidence at this stage, Mr. Phulpi said, was u gross injustice te the.Unitcd States, because it deprived the United States of any chance te adduce re butting testimony. Mr. Phelps dis coursed at some length en the technical meaning of the treaty of arbitration and the conditions and methods of pro cedure te be followed under the 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. — 6 April 1893

?& 7 MW -TSS i-v W If' fr? J t-"k. m 5 - irw w:- A J (.; ilir" :- sssgsgsek-rT The Editor or The LEDdEit Is net rosnonst resnonst rosnenst bio for the opinions exptC6sed by Correspond ents; but nethlug retlectlng upon thocharae- . ter or habits of tiny person wilt be admitted i te thoe columns.! K-VCorrupendents will please send LMert se , at tertach us net later than Bo'clecH a. tn. Qtvt tact in as few words as possible. IKs leant news in this department, and net advertising notices or vellttcal arguments. $ OUR. AGENTS. The following are authorized Agents for The Public Ledeeu In thelr respective local Itles: Moranbure Matthew Heffman. Helena Hebert B. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hawcs. Sanils B. O. Qrlgsby. Orangeburg O. H. Hebs. ' Springhalt C. C. Desman. AfaysJlcAc Charles Whoelor. Vanceburg Mrs. Jennie Stewart. Aft. Carmcf Kelly & Foxworthy. Augusta Leander Tully. ;! Jeseph W. Williams. Jilutllck Spring J. H. Hunter. n.inr Tliml. 1 Monre. Subscribers will save the treuble o...

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. — 7 April 1893

KSgElEsEB ESEBTifJ -,f r . nwwsus5 TknTT.V Ku(f ??w .' jv - K7 it. i AST . iLhHl ..tSZTSK a 5 t?er weu hi)rtnJ vutttnu wu. or it ueu tikmrn ,HV e ueuiy away nn w vtflii. jucase uruf ubu hjhc f ,ue Wwt jrtcl. K-?. YJehn Dunbar was down from Manchester HEyosterday. . Dr. M. H. Davis of Maysllck was In the city KVesterday. "v James W. Fitzgerald left this morning for f'r. Xoxlngten. . Henry P. Chonewoth left this morning for St. Paul, Minn. t ' u. A. ueuiiiBuii win urrivu uuiuu uu wiu r. r. a .... .11 ... 1 ... .... il.A t T y; . v. this aftornoen. T' : I A Tnennti fl DrttifAf rtf t?lnmlnffal.iirif lma trnnn W , te live In 8an Francisce. Mrs. Herace January and duughtcrs hnve Teturncd from Fleralngsburg. t Miss llena May Co'ryelll of Pluravllle was a f. Mnnnnl- lt(rtt In frtfttlrlfl linrfV bt. : ; " - Frank Armstrong Is visiting N. I). Fischer Kind ether klnfelks nt Vanceburg. ri -MIss Nettye Itoblnsen Is en ti visit te Miss Mnttle Loe Mannen ut Covington. miis Anna con or ion resterua...

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. — 7 April 1893

'"'Nftx pW- -w&w G,!J.v tj v? . irvv f i w ., & ;, .- ' 'f ft b H .ftMm DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. ffnuAn h. cex, Themas A. Davis, VIce-lTetUlcnt. William II. Wadsworth, Jr., Seertlarv and Trtaiurer. 4 Themas A, Davis EttUer and Manajtr. BAllUKLT.lUCKXjm.Ait't Editor and lloekkf ever. HOARD OF DIRECTORS. , 'WltLlAM IT. COX, M. C. ROStELL, A.M. J.COCHHAN, W.M. WADBWOBTH.Jr., iy Themas A. Davis. A AjfVTh.Ti! JNiMle Ltdpir TviUUng, Ne. 10 i.'nit s SVBSCEIPII0XS-1N ADVANCE. Mho Year .n....... .. $3 00 Mx Heath .. . I SO TRIfO jlOnlBIHt,ttHlHlHHIMHllllWlHl DELIVERED SY CARRIER. freraeutl- .......................... . SSCcnU Parable te carrier at end et month. ! TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at p.- ihe office. THE LEDGER Is the largest dally paper printed In Hays tllle count the col umns and ratasure their length. It gives jen mere reading natter than any ether. It Ii told at the sane price a any ether M...

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 April 1893

rywwve tvaSa It '.' f; "r-t1'"; f .i .f..v "V v- t& 3 f;. ;??W-WP3K f E ' t W- M IV.' in s ' "ft" i : IP J JflfY ' 'Hi' 3F- '---- "fMBmr1'' - aTMlflW. -JlHIte U ' Mf HOME RULE. r, Gladstone Moves a Second Read ing of the Bill. l'' Right Honorable Hicks-Beach Chal lenges One of His Statements. The Grand Old Man Speedily IJUpenpg el Him The Itiue In Oue lletweeu Na Na teon and Natien Preinlar Glnd- tt" l itene Greeted With Cheers. Londen, April 7. The galleries el 'the beuse of commons was full, but ' the heuse ltself was net crowded when Mr. Gladstene arese Thursday te mev the second reading of the bill te estab . llsh home rule In Ireland. Mr. Gladstone said that the govern' tnent had no intention of amending th bill as presented, except in some, minei particulars, lle earnestly desired tc bring home te the mind of the heuse tilt question when this great controversy was te end. (Cheers.) lie did net address the question te the opposition in a spirit of assumed superiority, but h...

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 April 1893

'? 7 "v'?v ., J t H'f!.. f ft tf w kv . P MQRMONDOM. i Tim Rrnnf. Tnmnlfl at Salt, I.akfl w -v- r. Pirv nnrtipnteH r "iijf umiuuu. lTJhe Cornerstone Was Laid Precisely Forty Years Age. Many Trouble, Trials and Disagreements War Enceuuterea Courage nnct De termination Triumphant The Cot ffi Over 84,000,000. PV SALT Lake City, Utah, April 7. Thursday was a great day in the his tory of the Mermen sect, net only in " this territory, but wherever in the wide world their followers are scattered. .Forty years age Thursday, precisely at the hour of neon, the apostles, in the prcsence of an immense multitude, ! laid the foundation stone of the im ; 'mense pile of masonry hereafter te be ltnewn as the Mermen temple. In the . long interval many troubles, trials and discouragements were encountered, and for many years work en the project - was at a standstill. Courage and deter mination finally conquered, hewever, nnd te-day the denomination is enabled te point with pride te a magnificent heuse...

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 April 1893

Wmf,fpvn. ''JCM'i1 -5i -I'-""? 'iTr' r'lTii'H.i.a' I ii hi ' i ii 2:r-iMK. jrywwKgKgiiiwf, jMiimjuiHravMU'svCT. r1 -n.'. m:j.jK) AiriwBiKffi.nNiwaQii KSFJWMra. y'VT"raSHBffi:a,!7-7ail: "' V,ff--?'i.v:.VW!WlSB?.r"iWBf ?? ''? "imtrjW'-t- r .' "" TWTiwarNvsi rv.w.' ? .i . ' .. tgjwii -u"..f..iT7.MMiwKi .mi.ni fi-K. WiM -!TM'fjjij'i.,vnr?'.tar-.i i- . .i-tvi v;-:wr;H ww" '.w: v v" :; v'.''v;,wfS; r. '''' -' TO 'S- ST'lipr . .-- , 5; 111 ii i . ' inn,'ii' M ni J' W m fit w ; ir 1 : & I Mr ii ?i : u A - . Xv '? fcrt- ii- a"- $.t .. t&k: rhte- ii?- f jf i . ip X TAItlPF FIGTUlltiS. In Chelsea, Bins., minimi earning of mill Laud were Oill In 1H80, nnil linn In 1800. The valuation of luniiiifnctureil rruducts wn 3,B40,3flO In the form or ypnr. H,07a,08 In the lntter. It la the old, "old story of Protection, growth nnil prosperlty every svliere. Xcw Yerk Prcts. ' ""We propose te deal only with live .Democrats" la Grevor Cleveland's nx man's versien of "public ofllce Is a pub .'lie tru...

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 April 1893

l ' ? i1" 1 Jr.' u rt ? m ft " immmw lJ UJIJI AAVC-1 1 uuiljiui i rtt.rv w-rncivr ettUtltV. 11V THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WILLIAM It. COX. THOMAS A. DAVIS. JPretldtni Vlcfl'rttUUnt. M William II. Wamwerth, Jr., ieerttant ami Trcaturtr. KTlteilAS A. Davis, Sllter and Manaecr. I 8amublT. Hickman, JM''lUornMdJJeoWeoMr, rj rniitin r nrewmfp h ilVAAJ V . WJ.tM RWILLIaKII.COX, M. C. IIC8SKLL, A. M. J, COCHBAN, W. It. WAD8WOHTH, Jr., ' Themas A. Davis. lErm ;."" PiibUe Ltdair TuUdlng, Ne. JO ait .wijvji Third Mretl K 8USSCKUTI0NS-1X ADVANCE. h tTl-ttw ""ft u.....uu.......u..3 00 " -.-- iinnini ............ .......! ! vv y . . i Rrt (Three Manilla .. a............ .. ? gw.' JjEUi yt.iii.ii n i uiaauji. Per Menth .-. t-....-...-. 33 Cni SJT v Pavnhle In psrrlpr at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. & . , - ...j K jMiierusing rates unyvrm unu rci----- ?J mI. m7 m.7., 1 MAinn rtti nnnltrniinn fit we eJ7. THE LEDGER . . Ii the largest dally paper printed In Mays tllle cennt the col umns and measure ...

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 April 1893

't-TF " ' LIT . ?.!" lSnKiTiW; .lOK-ti JK2W va t " &; m v w s 3m. IN - - ' Iff" if .s :ONSTER TASK. fc . .Unloading the Big Krupp Gun at Baltimore. 3,The Weightiest Heist Ever Made in ft.'" rput- r.. T V. P.. XU13 UUUllllJf UJf IUD VllUIif. .An lmmenii Fair of Shears In eighteen . Minutes the 03-Ten (Sun Was lie. moved ten Combination Flatcnr 'ihe Gun's Terrible 1'ewer. in i Baltimore, April a Superintendent Kinp, of the Maryland Steel Ce., smiled p. Thursday for the first tlme In fully B'tthree wceks, when out ever the water and six feet above the level of the deck a mass of steel rails weighing ISO tens were suspended by the big shears which ere te lift the big Krupp gun. Itvwas the heaviest weight ever lifted in this country by the crane system, and the trial was a coinplete success. ' After the teat the Longuell. was pulled under the shears and the work of unloading the guns and armor plates began in earnest The sixty-two ten gun was the first ene tackled. Only two of the fo...

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 April 1893

'fF )f ll Ti ;'THE FIRE KING. Irairiense Damage Dene by Dis astrous Flames. Orer 1,800 Barrels of Whisky Burned at Owensboro, Ky. JCnmber Plant and Twenty-Six liulldlngs Destroyed nt Ceal Greve, O. Town of I Cliften, IV. Vs., Nearly Wlpfd Oat Fart of an Infirmary Alse (leti. Owensuoke, Ky., April 8. The four bended warehouses of the Glenmere Distilling Ce. were burned te the ground Friday afternoon, togdther with 19,110 barrels of whisky. The flre caught from sparks from the distillery smeke stack, 200 feet away. A high wind was blowing, and the mammoth frame structures burned like tinder. Nearly a million gallons of burning whisky flowed out en the ground, and was only quenched when it ran oil into the Ohie river. Only the blowing of the wind in a fa fa fa rorable direction prevented the entire destruction of the distillery property, which is ene of the largest in this sec tion, together with 500 head of cattle penned up in stalls. The burning whisky ran all ever the place, and sev...

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 April 1893

" l n TAniFP 1HCTOBES. MoKlnley duties en tobneoo railed Con Cen fcuectlcut's production of the weed from 11,S10,7DO IxAinUi In 1801 te in non inn " .pounds In 1802. New Yerk Prus. jf. V f 2' ft - OUR DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATURE. A writer In The Frantyerl Capital esti mates that the absentecs of the Legisla ture meiubers who have net been at their pest of duty have already drawn nearly 1140,000 from the State Treasury, for which the taxpayers have rocelvod nothing In return. Still, these who de attend fall or rofuse te adept measures te bring the absentees te a eouse of their -duty. HELL AND HARRISON. The election of Carter Harrison as Mayer of Chicago by the Democrats was the subject of discussion in the Confer euce of the M. E. Church at Newark, N. -J. "Bishop and Brethren," Rev. C. II. Pnyne said, "the devil is celebrating a , .great victory in Chicago. Uell is having a Jubilee te-day in honor of the election of a Mayer who will turu the Sabbath into a day of amusement." THE OLD FLAQ,...

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 April 1893

K Li3 & Si V- BT. W W t tr. WtH&m DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY - THE PUBLIC LEDGEK CO. WILLIAM It. COT, Themas A. Davis, Vtet-frtiUUnt. fcx i jTfimtru William It. WADswenxn, Jr., x Secretary and Trtaiurtr. Themas A. Davis, ....Editor ami Jfnnaper, SAHuxLT.HicxMAX.lii'(.K'lioranI.BeoJteicr, JOJJ) OF DIRECTORS. fWlLIJiUlt.COX, M.O. RCMKLL, . M. J. Ceciiban, v. it. Wadhwehtu, Jr., Themas A. Davis. ?& nVWWT? JVblle LeAatr PulUUng, Ne. 10 Eail (.,' Third StrtfX tsujtsv.im'jiujmJif aii yaxvb. lean Year w , . 83 00 JMx Meatha. ................ ... 1 SO jTferee M eultia ........... ...... 73 DELIVERED BT CARRIER. Per Meuth ............. .... 33 Onla Parable te carrier nt end of mentli. F'. ., r l , .nH. ,.rtu l rV rn JTtvKnrrsKRS:. 'K Advertising rates uniform and reason- table and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . ;.? I the Unrest dally paptr prlnttil In Mays vllle roast the col umns and utasarc their length. It girts yen nor reading matter than any ether. 'Aa...

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 April 1893

tz' ?' J i... s " M 0 ; THEY CONFESS. All of Abbie Oliver's Murderers : ' Break Down. There Will Likely Be a Resort te Itfb ' Violence at Merganfleld, Ky. William Omer, J. X. Tate, Frauk Ilelt, Geergo Ielany, W.H. Helt, A. Thomp son and a Stranger tUc Guilty I'ar. ties Great Incitement Created. Stureib, Ky., April 10. Excitement in tb Oliver murder Is increased by the . confession of Lewis Land, a young man who, up te Thursday neon, was net suspected of being connected with the affair. Laed made his confession te Polleo Judge Berry. Ha says Wil 'llam Omer, -J. L. Tate, Frank Helt, Gee. Delanoy, W. 11 Helt, A. Thomp son and a stronger whose name he does net knew are the guilty parties, lie says that en that night all the persons named, en horses and armed with shotguns, halted the carriage containing Mr. and Mrs. Oliver, Henry Delaney and the girl Abbie Oliver; that Prank Helt, Qoerge Delaney and the stronger opene the fire and that immediately lien, y Do De Do laney, who hed been fo...

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 April 1893

. " ;. tht & S I'', M,,""BM"M,M",MI'","',MM'M'''I'""M"''''""M''"M'''""''''"'''''W"M '''' " nmrwrrn . km; vikikh JLAVA fcJ JL JLLAJLXJU Six Thousand Union Men at the World's Fair Building Ordered te Cease Werk because of Al leged Broken Agreement a th rart efttie WerWs Fair Manners The Mn CHUm te B BstUfiau, Hew. Tr. and Mar Ratal te Obey the !,U Order Th Matter Considered. Chicago, April 10. At 0 o'clock Mon Men day morning all tbe union men cm pleyed en the World's fair grounds will go out en a strike. Betwccn 5,000 aed 0,000 men representing all of the build Ingr trades will be affected. The order te strike was issued Saturday by A. P. Russell, pre&ldent of the Building Trades oeundl of this city. Mr. Itus soil and his associates were hard at work Sunday Informing different trades unions of the decision reached by the beard of delegates. The beard of delegates representing the building trades at the fair grounds held a secret meeting all day Saturday. The result of tire me...

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. — 11 April 1893

4 c ,v v i)i 4, 1 T. . T , i m " tariff rierums. In Fatcrsen, 11. J., factory made en tlie, nvoruge empleyes miae n yenr In 1B80. They were milking 8470 a year at the cloie e( another ten years of Protection. TliU meant te I'njorsen'iui In crease in tlia total wages dispensed In Its channels of trade from , , 80,070,437 'in 1880 te 8lt,ni3,nKH S, In 1800. The Industries of this alty are li . especially menaced liy the Dorueeratlc ,' j .tariff policy. New Yerk Press. '2' 4 CITIZENS V8 colonels. The Republican victory in St. Leuis Indicates that there are mero gqed citi- K aens than Missouri Colonels in that town. IRV, - CNrei'OLAit I'eruLisTS. ft The Kansas Populists have learned at 'v1ir t11a ixrltbfr tlwi Ait1i1t tltlnfrn t Jltnt "V I"" """' ""- !'. "" . ili Anarchistic attemps te overthrew frce government in Unit state. H"" a TKnnmr.R sr.AtinirrETi. FittrnllhrA Anin Pnrlmna Mr Tnr. -well will kcep en until the .number of his , decapitations is equal te the number of AT rtnf.n1rtnr...

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. — 11 April 1893

'f J fc i ? A v ' w Br I V 6" & ' " m r& isn && - W p. m & ? W: .. &?. . t',4 '4 r" w: f !:t sr". S$t, HO - Mitfltex DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William II. Cox, TueUab A. Davis, William H.Wadswertii, Jr., Sttrtiary ami Trtaiurer, Themas A. Davis, .................. SMUer nnJ Manager. &xuvni.T.'lUCKUk-s,Ati't Editor ami Boekkecvcr. BOARD Of DIRECTORS. William H. Cox, M. O. IIusskll, "A.M. J. Cochran, W. II. WACSweBTH.Jr., Tiiemar A. Davis. OFFICE JhMte -tIfftp Tulldlng, A"e. JO Eatt SUBSCRIPTJOA'S-JA' AD VAA'CE. One 1'ear . .............. ......... . 83 00 Six MeHlh.................................... ... 1 00 Tfeife Meutli...............................-.. 73 DELIVERED ST CARRIES. IVr Meb Hi ........ ................ -.83 Out Payable te carrier at end et mouth. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDBEH.. i Is tbe largest dally paper printed In Mays tllle count tbe ...

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. — 11 April 1893

'X 3- i v: ,v ? " A FANATIC Tries te Kill Cardinal Vaszary of t Hungary. Intense Hatred Shawn Toward Hungarian Primate. the The Would-IV Murderer Arrt-nl, Hut Itafute te Grra Any Aeoaen for nil Act LUaptbm of ChllJren et Mixed Mnr- riagra Ilellcved te be the Cans. VihnnA, April 1L Great excitement has been caused by an attempt te ea sasslnate Cardinal Voazery, the primate of Hungary. The cardinal was walk ing with his secretary when a well dressed young man rushed upon the cardinal and made dosperoto attempt te stab him with aknlfe. ' The cardinal stepped te one Ride, avoiding the, blows of the aeeessin, while the secretary re ceived two severe stabs at tlie hands of the desperate assailant. The would-be murdorer was arrested, but rouBed te give any information as te his motive or Identification. Cardinal Vaszary was unhurt Thore Beems te be no doubt that the attempt te murder the cardinal was prompted by the intense struggle new going en in Hungary in relation te civil marrlage and...

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. — 11 April 1893

?!m'ii'Hmmmmrim -L V' V C. jAf I'M m '$ t f'' rv. Pit, w. SM' ' A.. M.v V OTNEIsED W tf . Twe Convicts Escape Frem the Ohie Penitentiary. An Underground Passage Aided Them In Their Escape, I . AS Well as Tire Suit of Cltlxens' Cleths ' That Wer Conveniently at Hand ;'. . Williams and CosgTeve tha Names of the Twe Cute Convicts. . Columbus, (X, April 1L Monday af ternoon two cenvicta became disgusted .with their cramped quarters at the pen itentiary, and Warden James ia short a couple of prisoners. The escape was made In bread daylight, and was as neatly exceuted as any la the history of the institution. Frank Williams, re ceived from Cleveland Nevember, 1892, for burglary and larceny, and Living ston Cosgrove, received June, 1801, from Stark county, for the same offense, are the two gentlemen who are reveling in the enjoyment of unwonted freedom. Williams is an expert plumber,' and since his arrival he has been employed in attending te the steam and gas pipes within the Institution....

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. — 12 April 1893

tfYT-i T. . C ' J ' ' 1 r ' te T :? n ; i,;, TAKIPF UICTUKKS. Ot the total tnake of pig Iren In the four great .countries, the United. Stnet, TOrc'at Urltaln, l'rn'uce and Gcrmnny, ' w-vtruiib urivtwit iiiuuuvvu ? . "V...I ..if . .. .48 jcr cent, lu 1880 nml this country only .21 jer cent. Iu 1803 Great llrltnln's shnre In - the pig Iren make of tlie four countries hivl foUcute '80 HNnHNKM jier cent., while the ihnre of the United .States iiad risen te 41, .percent. iVete Yerk Press. TIMK FOn TKACB. 3 ?'", Chicago Dispatch. Election is ever. j,Nqw. then, boys, let's quit telling the' truth about each ether. " . a me TniNO. , Washington Pest. President' Cleveland will press the World's Fair button and iCarter Harrjsen will de the rest. JIIB OKLT STABLE THINO IN FRANCE. . Chicago Tribune. One of themeqt du- jTftble and firmly established institutions ei -r ranee is us jusuy cuiuuruicu uubib. CAN'T RISE TO THE OCCASION. The Housekeeper. -The Japanese Ian ruage docs net contain a profan...

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