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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 12 April 1893

l-A 4,7! nH- - 'l i As. m :v At. rn f tt M- wXt rfc rV m rtNflte DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, Y rTHE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WILLIAM II. CO.X, TJIOMAB A. 1HV1S, J'mitlcnt Vlre-JPruMcnt. Williau II, Wa1sweiith, Jr., Sfcrtlarv and Trtaturtr. fcYriieuAS A. Davis. ........... Editor and Manager. ii.SxvcictjT. U.1CKUA.H. A ti'tXdiler ami lleckk((Vfr. ' nn I Tin fW T Ttyvrtmntre fc William It. Ces, M. C. Rumkll, iv A..M. J. Cochran, AV. II. Wadiiwebth, Jr.. ' TlIOMAB A.Bavik. nPTfTHJi! Public Ledgtr iMUding.Ne.lO Eatt UHJUIjU Thtnt Stmt. ..... i i.m i i- - .. SUBSCRIPTIONS-IK ADVANCE. ;ue Year .......................S3 00 Ix Menth.. ... - ....... 1 SO ' Thrcfl Meulin ....... ......... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. ' .' .". . 7 '.. .. I'ATBDie te earner ai enu or monie. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . la the largest dally paper prlnttd In Mays vllle count the col cel nmni and measure their ltncth. It glrei yen mere reading...

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. — 12 April 1893

H f7LTT' i war' i ."tV? it's . Ar Hi . fS L fr ' ' 'nr? r.? VfJC 7 -, r. ' ;w-'-' $ ' : . ff. ' v 3MV, i ' MINE HORROR. A Terrific Explosion Is Caused by a Spark. Of the Twe Hundred or Mere Men at - r Werk But Few Succeed In Mnkltig Their Escape The Fn tal name Prtrvent All Effert of lies ' cue The Scene of the Disaster Near Fetit-.-l'rktd, Wales. Londen, April 1 A spark from au engine ignited the gas in the cool pit ncar Pent-Y-Prldd, Wales, and caused the gas te explode, A large number of miners were at work at the time, and the explosion fed terrible b 1 The pit is w orked in soetione, ,de be ing above lnrther. The flre .rceultlng from the implosion brele out in the eastern section. Frem this section bcv caty men suocecdod in reaching the Burface through the main dip working, led by a miner who knew the reads. They hed a terrible struggle te get out, forcing their way through fire and smoke. Many of thorn werq scorched and all were terribly exhausted when they emerged te safety. ...

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. — 12 April 1893

TOR? rfapBr,J' iipr7i7r;w7Sifi rir ',rv rV ,- TQBNADO-SWEBT X Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas Seuth Dakota Suffer. and One Town in Iowa and Three Kansas Destroyed. in 4 Number or Utm lest, But Hew Many Net Known An Early Morning Cloud i Burst at St. LeuU Deca Cenild i,, erable Damage te bklpplng. ' " Omaha, Neb.. April 12. The town of Akren, la., en the line of tbe Chicago, MUwaukce and St Paul railway, thirty , miles north of this city, which has a population of about $10,000 persons, was devastated by a cyclene Tuesday aftcr aftcr aftcr aoea. Shortly after 8 o'clock It commenced te grew dark, and in a half hear it was necessary te ha.re artificial light. At S o'clock the storm struck the place It " waa a regular whirlwind and came from the northeast Douses were thrown from their foundations and overturned and many of thorn blown. - te pieces A double-span wagon bridge across the Sioux river was wrenched from the piers and dashed up against the banks of the river. The iron reds were twist e...

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 April 1893

fV' Vjf': i ', a, " rrt ?: 10 M p "' "K3 ? ffTli'iHii'B TAKIFF l'lCTUKtS. In 1800 our Nntteiinl itebt nuieuiituil te (11 43 per capita. It la new iibeut 913 " per cnpltut Till reduction in numbered vfc iimeiiir Protection's ncliletemeiits. 7.." 'V , jr ' iVte l'erc Y. i' couldn't stand it. Sleep Broek Bazoe. A Chicago police man was arrested for being seriously sober en election night. Such a deliber ate Insult te Carter Harrison and the tough brigade could net be tolerated. A "MAY UK." Kansas Oily Journal. The President, it seems, has decided upon an extra ses sion 'early in the fall. The sooner the country gets used te n taxed breakfast table the less fierce its indignation may be in 00. ftflWtiUjj X3Jlf you have friend visiting you, or if you arcQelnu aicay n a vltt. ttlr.ae drop ua note note te Uuit effect. L. V. Galbrnlth Is still at St. Josepb, Me. Harry L. Walsh left yesterday for Chicago. J. L. Dnulten Is in West Virginia en business. William laud. rogue is visiting frlends ...

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 April 1893

sp.v.' " iii Tw m 2 y iW.' ' , i'.s m:-f mmmm DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, MY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. Wjlijau It. Cot. JPrttMtnt Themas A. Davik, Viee-ltetUltnt. ,,., HliiUAH JLl lIilTVlu,u, . . . ,T Wt . ...Mtnaa. Tn ?. Sterttarv and Trtaturer. 'Themas A. Davis EMer and Manaetr, JSAMtilLT. Hickman. Att't Editor and Roekkteucr, BOARD OF DIRECTORS. wiuiAyH.cex, M.c. ncMKLL, ' A.U.J. Cecjiiun, W. H. Wapbwehth, Jr., '' Themas A.Davis. ' OFFICE Fub,le Ille,T Tviuitng, ae. 10 J5e BVBSCRIPTION9-1X ADVAKCS. ae Tfr .. .. W MX Months .... &0 - Three X eh4Im...... . .... .. ' : esiiysrsd jrr carrikr. rer Menth --. CenU Favable te carrier at end of month. fit rrn A nVuPTTUKPR .11, .,i.--.. v Adverti8inn rates uniform and reason' mble and made known en application at 'the office. THE LEDGER . . Is the largest dally paper printed In Mays vllle eoent the col umns and measure their length. It girts 70a mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price as any ether Mays Title paper one ce...

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 April 1893

T-W r ,... . s m it - -: it- r i m IN KANSAS, fe'S. Villages Strewn Over the Sur- PX' v ! ' ji n i ruuimwg wmnuy. :The Less of Life and Property by the ' : Storm is Tremendous. ' Parker Completely Destroyed Severn! Towns In Brown County Wrecked and Many Uvea lest The IMunnge te Crep tVM De Very Great. Kanbab dry, April ia Iater re perta bring additional detaib of the less of life nnd property by Tuesday nkrht'a cyclone In Kansas the, area of 1 the Bterma was beunded by Uie three tiore of counties from tbe oeatcrn bor der, nearly every county Buffering mero or less. M-ontgeraery cwunty, in Uw cHtrome BoutbeujFrapjpWou, suffcred the meat. f Parker, a ltmlct ten miles south of Independence, ytaa totally destroyed. Many heuses were domelbhod and many ethers were badly wreoked. Wal nut, a vlllo&e in Crawford county, also in the southeastern portion of the state, Buffered severely in wroeked houses, but there was no iesa of lire. A meagcr dispatch from that pleee states that it is fea...

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 April 1893

"iv.n arATMHtrv " i'Ti i i BMVSWV't.YTW m- l -. -v .r- wt? . . Kr- -. JF'KH ""-ijL.'Vr' ,1 ,'i, ' - -. id , -f"3 V.-a IK"' r IN MISSOURI. r, Terrible Destruction Wrought by Tuesday's Tornado. Heuse After Heuso Gees Down the Terrible Wind. Before Many reple Crubed te Dtitth, WhlW , Others Miraculously Eicape Deathi In ; tha State Se Far Number Twenty Fire Much Property Destroyed. Lexington, Me,, April 13. A most destructive tornado passed through this J city Tuesday night, accompanied by a ' violent electric storm and a earful down-pour of rain. In the path of the storm, about three hundred yards wide, everything was destroyed. The storm first struck about a quarter of a mile cast of Mayview, where the house el Mr. KeUer was destroyed, but the fam ily net injured. The house of Mr. Wentzel was next demolished, but n one injured. W. & Fountain's house vras tern into kindling weed, and Mr. and Mrs. Fountain were both seckmslj hurt, the latter probably fatally. The house of Wm. Walke...

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 April 1893

MWBtsW rKfSK?gBEBBMBMIMBHMWBMBWMlBBBHMWBBflBICTlrewlm.'' ftytWUTOJSmaigBWMHraM-JaalrejKfi v JrHIssRvt" " JBgW ' .IIIIIWM IWIIMUilMIIIIHH " Mi I 1111111111111111 M I I II lMWWMiMWMWWWMWWMMWWWiMWt KJjfe, r . . . V 7 j-sST1 " mt . f Kl bi $? M Xk .n Kit. m h , i. BE V J V 7 IJiUH&ttrfkWK - --- J I Jl'i Ifl I 'J Bl ySc. taiufjf ricxuiiKs. JL. y -M-F JLJJL y mMPtEiP y-? "wnBJ'r , rlfllvn .M m,m A. m r r ,m M m MJ W :ii ' lu Ctuudeii, N, J., earning of factory, VJI''3i36MJfiiKE! .mf' ' cm jilejcn itverngcit ',, MAVaVlbLX 'P- K2VUULICAN. if$& Vr "&.? . . . (l jf. . '. ay9aHn8O0n ' I (Vil li ' v . 8Ml u ' year ten years Inter. "Waged paid tn nintiufneturlng establishment of tlie siime city rose from Ai,&30,dtf W M.OfttV.ltift in tlie same tlocnde. New Yerk Press. FAST AND LOOSE. St. Leuis Globe-Semeerat. Headsman Maxwell Is making friends among tke Democrats as fast as Cleveland is losing them. PATRIOTISM AND TIE. Washington Pest. Massachusetts is n great state. She stands r...

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. — 14 April 1893

f.V r. w? : n s' 1& PS K 't iN BV AT'1 W" ! iHtet K3 DAILY. EXUKIT SUNDAY, iil I . ,- --.- , -r-.-r. rn. IL'. THH! HI Ki I. iH I ih K I (L William II. Cox, FrtMtnt Themar A. Davis, I'ice-iYftltienf. William H. Wadswebth, Jr., I Mriari mu! TV njtirrr. Themas A. Davis, ......... i'lMer and .Vn'nnpr r. ".i BamekL T. IIick w an, A tt't Editor and Boekkteoer. SOARS OF DIRECTORS. 3V;WlLLlU II.OOX, M. C. llCSMELL, 'A. M.J. COCHRAN, W. II. WAESWOIITJI, Jr., 1 . Themas A. Davis. itOFFICE-Pfiirutln?0:0 Ea$t 4UJSSCRIPTI0NS-IN ADVANCE. 0ae Year . .. . . S3 00 Mx Months. .................... .... . . 1 00 ;4j TbiTO MehIIis.. ..............................-... 73 :,r iUU rAAAiJ JIl UtAAiJUt, 'Per Jlantn ........................ veni Parable te carrier rtt end e( month, TO ADVERTISERS. A dve.rtiainn rates uniform and reason' v?Sj7e and made kneicn en application at iifr the office. THE LEDGER . . Is the largest dally paper printed In Mays tllle eennt tbe col umns and measure their length. It g...

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 April 1893

3T s1 VSfflfff y r i J ' . '1 ."3 b:m i.' .1 w 1 I. Z BELGIAN STRIKE The Trouble at Brussels Ap pears te be Spreading. A Meb of Several Thousand Rioters Parade the Streets, Armed With raving Stones and Otber Mis siles Cafe and Shep Window Smashed h A Conflict Detwe&n Rieter and l'e. j) Hee, In Which Several Were Hurt. BnessELa, April 14. A mob of several thousand rioters, armed with paving stones and ether missiles, paraded the strcets of the lower part of the city Thursday evening. They smashed in the windows of many cafes and shops S6 they marched along. The windows ei all private houses were protected by closed shutters. In the Plaoe de la Monnaie a conflict arose botween tbe rioters and the po lice. The polieo charged the rioters with drawn sabers, and eventually suc ceeded in dispersing the mob. Several persons were Boverely injured. Many arrests were mode Among tbe men arrested in Brussels Thursday evenlng are the socialist leaders, Veldera, Voedorveld and Maes. They were ...

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 April 1893

& t IT' W .. Ih. ?". GROVER'S GUARD Many Extra Police in and Around the White Heuse. fct His Previous Recerd ill Regard te Protection Duplicated. . YVheu th Trllftnt Held ITU Public It. ceptlen In th Knit Parler an Artnad Officer Stnnd Beside Him te Protect Him Frem AmmsIei and Crauka. YvASnrxaTOK, April 14. Presldent. Cleveland Is duplicating his record ei 1SS5-S0 In the matter of pollce and de tective protection. lie is g-uarded by officers net only every tlme he gees out driving or appears upon the streets, but whenever he is at the -white house, Mere than a dozen extra police and de tective have been detailed te the exee utive mansion since the 4th 6f March, When President Cleveland holds his pub lic receptions in the east parlor three times a week, en armed officer . stands beside him te protect him against assassins and cranks. Th quiet looking "citizens" strolling around the white house day and night and patrolling the ground thereabouts are officers. President Cleveland ...

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 April 1893

?m :? WH iZ- . c rv j m f se. ft . . . , . f; - : ;.'i . I; it & ', fi VV ? fr v tariff rieTunus. In Eluilm empleyes In mtinufacturlng averaged 8378 n year In 1880. Ill 1800 they were earning 850.1 annually. In the former year IHnilrn's clinrinul of trade were enlivened by the llstrlbatlen of 1,024,101 in wages. In 1800 the amount of wages 92,213,144 paid was New Yerk Prtt), DEATH OF A MARTYR. Chicago Dispatch. A Cincinnati man murdered his wife "because she wouldn't ' leve him." That woman must have had remarkably geed Judgment. The returns from Michigan indicate that the Republicans have scored a scries of signal victories. As a political play "The Private Secretary" has proved a flat failure In the Wolverine State. l" SUFFICIENT. $r Peoria Transcript. Qvevcr Cleveland's ii ' position seems te be: What de these , fDcmecrats want, anyway? Thoy've get me for President. Isn't that enough? $; kick m COUHT. , ; Philadelphia Ledger. The actress who '"' invented an automatic leg with...

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 April 1893

"ft" ;w ,' LtV ?' - ' M ''$ -' . svt K- ji.. '!? wkZ DAILY. fiXOKPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William H. Cox, Ittttdmt TuemahA. Davis, Vlce-PrttUlent. William n. Wadswertu, Jr., Secretary ami Trtaturer. KTneMAB A. Davis, .........ffii(er ami Manager. BAUVShT.UlCKHAii.Alt'l Editor and Boekkecver. ' BOARD OF DIRECTORS. ' I WILLIAM 11. UOX, M. U. IIC88ELL, A.M. J. Cochran, W. II. Wadhwebti:, Jr., ; Themas A. Davis. OFFICE FutUe IC!tr funding, A'e. 10 Salt ITtirtl Street SUESCRIPTI0N9-IN ADVANCE. WBfl I TO" IIMWlll WWHIIHIMMI HIIMIIHIWmtllWMIIl g W WX flQHIBIlNMHHWUIHHIMHUMHHMH W Tbree Mentlii-............... 75 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Fer Mentl................................33 Cent Parable te carrier at end of month. . TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason' alie and made knexen en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . It the larght dally paper printed In Majs vllle count the coi cei nings and measnre their length. It glTts yen mere reading matter than any ether...

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 April 1893

Wfciv V- .- ! .If t x i r 'lit HIS- MISSION. , Reticence Concerning Commis siener Blount's Instructions. It is Believed lie Received Authority for His Action at Honolulu. ,IUentitTVM Inatructd te Wlthdrnw the Protectorate In Order That This Oev ernm.nt Might Find lUclf Free In Doalteg With the Main Question. r uABniweTOX, April 15. 'ihcre la a i 'diplomatic. rotlcenco around the white houie coneeraing the. nature of the Instructions friven Commissioner Blount in his mission te Hawaii, but it is stated with some pesitivenesa that he was given authority for hauling down the stars and stripes at Honolulu prier te his departure from Washington. It is understood that Mr. Blount was given definite instructions te withdraw the protectorate of the United States ever Hawaii In order, that this govern ment might find Iteelf freer in dealing with the main question of annexation, bat en th day of his doparture for San Francisce he was cautioned te confide this information te no person whatso ev...

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 April 1893

' .' ? ""J.' fMf'f irl r . .1 1. Jt , i ' 3 f t. - V w KJf l.r - B-...V f ft ft!. QUEp LILI. II I Is She te Be Returned te Her Hawaiian Throne? And the Guns of the Bosten te Be Turned Against Americans? It l Thought tb Previsional Ooverninent TTIU Net Submit and Battle Will It- nlt KeyalUti IIt Comtuliileuer Blount' Sympathy In tb Matter. CHICAGO, April IS. The Tribune Friday morning priata an important dispatch from Honolulu dated April 8, 2 cm., wbleh waa sent just before the steamer started. It says: "Late yes terday evening the guards at the gev ernment buildings and palace were doubled and sentinels were placed at the gate of tbe former. The meaning el it is that the previsional gerernment fears an aitempt will be made te reu state the queen, and that Com Cem Com mlssiener Blount will back up the net with the United States marines. The tenor of every thing that has hap pened up te date is that the royalists have the commissioners' sympathy. The government believes that If this ...

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 April 1893

crew -yv-1 J j : " - '.V .?- ,-, 1 '' V 1 5 J -Wr tt'M 1 sach? v m I VStf, 'n iflElft" f il6Jl !t wfm .'" TARIFF PICTURES. 'k - " ;-', i ',' In ltosten factory liumls earned 'TVT- 8481 a year In 1880 and SOU V . 'In 1800. The number of manufacturing - &h AatnYtllftlttMMttta In tlm annin tan VAn.a fwAtf I. WaMIVHIUIUVH nn V . w .. .0 V T. 3,005 rtte 7.01S Veu YerkPieis. IT WAS EVER THUS. $ ZTjfede Blade. The hungriest ofllce- sceKers scorn te de iue uivh service re- fcy form Mugwumps. ft! T I WHAT DID IT. & ' The St. Leuis Republic asserts that "it iwas the unveted vete that disposed of Ben Harrison." This finally disposes of fthc landslide theory. er - . ' -," ii x aie r'JfcmscM C '2Ym. It pays te de right. riie Renublican state of Massachusetts Pas, yesterday again rewarded with a rge hunk of Democratic patronage. 7 THE CLEVELAND HATRED OP TRUSTS. W Chicago Tribune. Mr. Olncy's delay In gsUcglnning his war en the trusts may be due te the fact that he is having eoine rt'roub...

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 April 1893

eFfl tw?w -.v. $ 7- .' if- . . . .??, i ' ,i.a 1 ' .. .', m 3 iciiiret DAILY, KXUEPT SUNDAY, U R- THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William ii. Cox. iYejfrfeni Themas A. Davih, Vict-rrtiUltnt. William n. Wadsworth, Jr., Secretary and Trtaiurtr. J Themas A. Davis, , EdUer and Managtr. "' BAUVxhT.ll,cKUAit,An't Editor and Boekktevcr. BOARS OF DIBECTOBS. William H. Cox, M. C. Rcsskll, W. H. Wacmwebih, Jr., A.M.J.CeCiibax, Themas A. Davis. t- OFFICE-$i'ftf'f'' XMiwfcw, jcc SVBSCB1PTIONS-IN ADVANCE. Bbc Year .. .....................83 00 Ux atentfa................................. - 1 se Three MeHtfa.......... ....... 73 DELIVERED BY CABBXER. Ver Menth 5 CcuU Parable te carrier at end of mouthy TO. ADVERTISERS. & A ilrerthina rates uniform and reason' F able and made knetcn en application at -. tA office. THE LEDGER . . It the largest dally paper printed la Mart- Tllle count the col umns and measure their length. It gives tee mere reading matter than any ether. It Is told at the same price a any...

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 April 1893

i "STCW?1 me ", J 3 ' i m wl jj t-1 (H 'C, ' , ! - - x ;-'- i -v.r I ' W: ' m BIflWS UP. 4V)The Nellie Bly Explodes With ureal terce. fkasare seeKers Are sttaaeniy piungea I Tnft flift TlnnftenVA Plwar uvw vuu iiiwiuvw autvi Eight Fsmebs Injured, Reme of Whom It H Thought Will Dle A.,niefi ITompt ITempt ITompt bem Frevents Everybody en Beard ' Frem Delng Killed. Outright. WiNAHAO, Ind., April 17.The pas ' scnger .steamer Nellio Bly exploded near here Sunday afternoon, Injuring at least eight persons. The following are the only enes whoee names are knewn: Flshbern, Clarence, aged 12, Ben of the proprietor of the beat; badly scnlded about th face and body, and otherwise injured.' Fishborn, J. F., owner of the Nellio Bly, only slightly scolded, but hurt In ternally perhaps fatally. Leng, James, badly scalded, and nar rowly escaped drowning. Rhodes, Daniel, carpenter, badly Bcalded and injured by the shock of be ing thrown en the bank of the river, ' and also by being hit with rubbish o...

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 April 1893

2 jtfr. S- C. Jtlkea of (Mllterd, Neb., says she suffered gi : from a complication of diseases of b andllver aud root ema, weaknesses and liver aud kldney troubles. Her health was fully restored by using: Dr. Hale's Housoheld Tea, the most pleasant and .most effect Ire modlclne known. Twenty-flve and fifty cents rer package at Tower & Iter Iter nelds'S Drugstore. ' The Kentucky Veteran Association will dedicate a monument at Lexington rMomerlal Day. Th Hoetitrs Want the Jleit, "The pcople of this rlclnlty Insist en having Chamberlain's Cough Uemedy. and de net want any ether," says Jehn V. Bishop of Portland Mills, Ind. That Is right. They knew It te be suporler te any ether for colds, and, as a preventive and cure for croup, and why should they net Insist upon having It? Fifty cent bottles for sale by I'ower fc Rey nolds, druggists. i I ' One of the bills passed by tbe Populist .legislature of Seuth Carolina was a measure providing' that the state take charge of the 'liquor tra...

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 April 1893

VWltr -", i'. -v. Vfl s fer . T, r tf . te: - Ui u. 7 W m .. i. u S II -V Bi. - ' nv-,. Tivr ricxuitEq. Uarnlng of. factory empleye In SnvAO nnli. GlWnverttgcd U300 a yenr In 1880, but had grown te S830 id" 1800. Tlie n-tgenned' vnluntlbti of ttie city In the meantluie grew from Slfl.000,445 te W33,non,eoo That Is Iho kind of Tariff opiirenslon from which Ooergta ha suffered. New Yerk Prett. EVEN TIHS BnALL TABS AWAY. Detroit Free Press. It Is simply awful! .'Thete were 27,000 barrels of whisky ro re .'ceritlv' burned In Kentucky. New will jS&XlieVtincckcd, long-winded Legislature ffi f il.'i. .I....1. nH,f I.Iaa.I.. n.nn.1 Mill tin t.m Aui;iuu uum uuu ujuuu kiuuuu jiui up lbs f 'shutters and go home? 14 , - nui luai uvuu uii. r i JJ mrrnv nnr n rtt J'7 Newport JeurnalIt oughtn't te make ka very ercat let of diuerence te the mem- ftcrs of the Legislature wbcre tbe seat of Governmont may be located. Few of fy them will ever again be called upon te j? undergo the hardships and pri...

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