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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 24 April 1893

HKSV ' . V ' v & "h w i: ikMcmkim DAILY, XUPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William H. Cox, J'reiliknt Themas a. Davis, VicePrtiUUnt. William n. Wadswertu, Jr., Secretary amt Treaiurtr, d Themas A. Davis, .,..... JTdler and Manager. Jk ... . ,.. DAMUKI. 1 AlICKMAfuifJit jvuuurtmti jioeKcnvrr. V BOA RD Or DIRECTORS. Willi AttH. Cox, M. C. Husskll, A.M.J. Cochran, W. 11. Waduwebth , Jr., TitOMAR A. Da1s. OFFICE pjftlf &$r i'WJnff, Ne. It Sa,t SUBSCRIPTIONS- ADVANCE. eue Tear ......... ......... ...............S3 00 Mi Mentbu................. . ... 1 SO Three Mentli.....................,...-.......-.-. 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth .........,....-........-......3 Cent Payable te carrier at end et month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . la the largest dally paper printed In Mays vllle count tbe col umns and measure their length. It gives yen mere reading matter than any ether. It U neld ...

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. — 24 April 1893

v5vfi" Ei -W ' ' " v WVJiUi4IKL4MlUHIUUUII!! 3s ?.if- 'if- 3 vi M tt'-i RENDEZVOUS. Tjvonty-Sevon Vessels te Leav( u ' Hampton Reads. Indications That, the Trip te Nm W : Yerk Will Be Rough. 'r ": Orcnt Crowds of Visitors nt Fert Monrei CBundny Admiral Glicrnrdl l'ccls tlie ' ltcspenslblllty Which Kcst Upen Illm ns Commander-in-Chief. ronTMeNROE,Va., April 84. Twenty Beven ships of wnr will sail from h ere at I ocleck Monday for New Yerk. At tha' hour the tide running out te sea wll have swung the massive hulls, and th sharp prewB will be pointed toward tin ocean. This is a matter of no small im pertance, as an ,attempt te tun all the ships at once would lx a most dangerous experiment, inert was no rest Jer Admiral Qhcrard Sunday. Signal flags were running up and down from the yard) from the Philadelphia, and red messen gcrs went hurried in plunging launches from ship te ship, and tht typewriter in the admiral's efllcc wen at apace almost as rapid as the lift which the bolles and th...

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. — 24 April 1893

?y b . t ' i r " '- W ,. Mi &. -U ts. A- -"- . , J -- -J -5L1 , V") T ; r-r u; ; fct 0 K Bp' IThe Editor e TntJ Lbdeeu Is net res'ppnsi- ble for the opinions ei pressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend ents: but nothing rofieetlng upon thochnrne- 4ter or habits of any person will be ndtnltted te tbese columns. I Al-Vv4tt,i. !,..,? mill iiTau uriif T. Ham an i fnvMnh ..j lint fiti(hiiii O ir1tr1 ti vn f34t ' IW IU(HIVI W ""I l""' Willi. V l VU'WI l ' UIKW & facts a few tcertls as ixinslMe. He uwit -Ticun in 1iwj ucpiirimcifc, uw ma tMU'cnieii.u notices or political argument. OUU AGENTS. The following nre authorized Agents for TnBTOBLiO LbueeiI In thelr respeotlve local lecal ities: Muranlairg Matthew Heffman. Helena Ilqbert II. Cord. ZIiHcna Frailk W. Hawes. Sanlte-iU. a. Grigsby. OrangtlmruCi 11. Hess. Sprtiwtiale C. 0. Deguian. .WatdicK Charles Whoelor. Yanctburv Mrs. Jonnle Stewart. ML Carme I Kelly & Foxworthy. Attaxuta Leunder Tully. Pectt-Jeseph W. Williams. Blue...

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. — 25 April 1893

Sli ? f, ..... ., t .i f f. ..S I'Mu -V -.! .A ,' -' JI . COXE RIGXr ALOXO. . J)AHjY ffu ' f i ' m S3 v , m l&l-i k I TAKIFF riCTCUKS. In 1883 there were Imported Inte the United States. 1,447,400,270 pound of foreign salt. Hut, under the unit Tariff, Impert fell te 4B0j003,li3 pound In 1803. In the mcnutlme the de- inestlc product grew from 0,103,331 barrels te ll,Brtfl,7rt4 barrels. Protection diverted foreign salt from this market te innke room f or Anierl. enu unit. Of ennrse this policy 1 distaste ful te the Froe-trnder, nud he propose te . make mlt t ree. Ktv Yerk Pres. . ItErEATINO FOHT 8UMTEU. St. Leuis 0 lobe-Democrat. It new ap , pours that Mr. Dleunt was sent te Hawaii for the purpese of firing the Southern . heart by repeating the cplsode which oc curred at Fert Suinter in 1801. A JI0IUZ0NTAL 01UP. . St. Leuis 0 lobe-Democrat. Colenol Bill Morrison still holds fast te his Federal office with a haunting fear that Cleveland will suddenly recollect these broken ap point...

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. — 25 April 1893

H : ihwummm m,j DAILY, K&UfitT SUIUJAX, 111 Fv TTTR PTTOTJf! TJimmffR flO. WlLUAU n. OeX, Thevar a. Davis, Vlet-lTuhUnt. ' Wiluau H. Wamwerth, Jr., i j Stcrttary and Tnmurtr. Themas A. Davis. ......... IUer ami Manager. ;BAMUBLT.lllCKMAN,siti'i.JAiuer aim .uoefner. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WILLIaUH.COX, M. 0. IICBSKLL, A. M. J. COCMBA , W. II. WAD8W0RTU, Jr. .. . " Themas A.Davis. " nWK'Tnj?PMte Lcdatr TuUdlng, A'e. 10 Eait SUBSCRIPTIOXS-IN ADVA SCE. eae If ear .. . S3 00 ft MX MeHth....... ... . 1 50 L"' vhp Mam(1i. 75 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth ................................3 Cul rarable te carrier at end e! month. 1 TO ADVERTISERS. 'Advertising rates uniform and reason reasen reason alie and made known en application at tile office. THE LEDGER . . Is the largest dally paper printed In Mays Title count the col cel nmm and measure their length. It gives you mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the fame price as any ether Mays Title paper one cent a ropy or 25 cen...

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. — 25 April 1893

V - I m , t R 'tf '. F SOUTHERN ROAD Ne Hepo of Favorable Legisla tion for Its Sale, At Least, Net at This Session of the Ohie Legislature The Question Will rrebaMy He Left te a Vote of tbe Electors of Cincinnati te Decide. Under tbe Ulnhner Act of March 12,1887. Columbus, 0., April 25. Messrs. Pranjtlln Alter and Archer Brown, rep resenting' the chamber el oemrocrce nnd united commercial bodies of Cincinnati appeared in the legialutive halls Mon day night and submitted a preposition te substitute the chamber of cemmerce bill proposing the sale of the Southern railroad and regulating the manner in which the sale slmll be made, for the ene Introduced by Senater Ven Seg gcrn, and te ruBh It through both houses Tuesday, under a suspension of the rules. A number of the Hamilton county toembers of the house were first ap proached, and tlic subject explained te tbein.' Af ter a patient henring of the recital, they referred Messrs. Brown and Alter te Senater Ven Seggern. They tried te prev...

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. — 25 April 1893

s''.1 tf a h. K M SAEAND STEAM. Magnificent Speotacle in Hamp ton Reads. fe The Best Ships of Our Navy and &&' These of Foreign Visitors -T Set Sail for Nqvt Yerk. Where, en Thurs day! One of the Greatest Navnl De monstrations Krer "Witnessed 'Will He Had If ew They Formed. Fent Monkek, Va,, April 23. At n Bjt few minutes alter 8 o'clock Monday morning' a small cloud of light smoice lleated out above the big yellow for ward funnel of the Philadelphia. At THE 17. S. FLAGSHIP PHILADELPHIA. the same time from the funnels of the thirty-one ether men-of-war in the reads came ether little pulls of smoke. Gradually they grew in volume until by 9 o'clock the whole lleet was pulling forth like the chimneyB of some manu facturing town. Sunday night at sunset the Brazilian fleet, consisting of the cruisers Aquldi ban, Tiradentes and Rcpublica came in the reads and dropped anchor below 5C thn ttncrlUli fWt. Tti first K.-ilul1ntr it BCSSIAX TLAOSUIP OEJf. ADMIRAL. of the morning came fro...

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. — 26 April 1893

ar-nrs. s r '.! ? - f.' r ' 'i " s4 , f . l I it; ,Tl -i friaStfS1 ? i i t iM r v .' , JL &HK tf 5M; immw TAUIVXi PICTUHES. Out In Colerado the benefit of Pro Pre Pro tactien are mnnlfent. In 1880 manu facturers' empleyaH of Denver earned 8535 n year. Ten averaging years Inter they were 8703 yearly. The value of Denver's manu factured products grew mcitnu lille from 80,307,740 te a8,7Q4,7pa New Vel k lress. WHYlfOT ELECT POSTMASTERS. Ifew Yerk TFerM. Something 1ms been doue for reform se far as postal clerk ships are concerned. But why should we net ollmlnate the great multitude of Post Pest masterships also from the list of spoils eulcers? Why should net the people of every town elect their own Postmaster as they elect their ether local public ser vants? They are much mere interested, than anybody at Washington can be in securing a capable man for Postmaster. They knew better than any President can find out the rcspcctlve qualifications of the various aspirants. Why should net ...

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. — 26 April 1893

'' r--s : wiGuriTMKOW us v --, . . , , ., -' j-, -v ry,v n n ; ' - ."'WfT? , Lr M Y -J SU v ? re&Mteai DAILY, KX0ETT SUNDAY, BY CMHB PUBLIC LEDGER CO. PH ' jrVi(teA !Wtt TT rt-w Themas a. Davis, nce-iYnlcfcn. William n. Wamtwertu, Jr., Bcertiary ami 2Yraiurr, " TneuAs A, Davis, ............. .....tftlKer and .Varwiprr. 1 BAUCXbT.IIICKUAN.tK'tJrfllarandAoeMrrorr, M MOAJW or DIRECTORS. . WlLll.U II. OOl. M. 0. nnRKKLL. fc. a. M. J. PnrnniN. W. IT. WinuwnnTii. Jr.. Themas A. Davis. re" OFFICE riblle Ltetr -Tutwitw, ae. je .bej SUSSCRIPTIOXS-IX ADVAXCE. Bh Tear ..... ......... ......... ....JU 00 Six MebUh ..................... ....... 1 SO Three MeiitHs.. ....... ...,................ ......... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Meuth ....... ...... CenU ' Parable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. 6w ArtfcriisiMff rates uniform ana reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER Is the largest dally paper printed In Mays tllle eennt the cel nmns and measure t...

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. — 26 April 1893

,.' ' ' nw t- hJ t ,H - 7 P ? I - w 19 Kf f i - .,;, , -. ... . V a a - A TWISTER. 8r Oklahoma Territory Visited by ' v- a Wind Storm. i'. I Eight Persons Known te Be Dead and h- ' IM . a Number Irijurcd. neuses Uleivn te Atoms Meit of the Poo Peo Poe , pie Escaped te Tlwlr Cyoleuo Cave, UavliiB lla.d Warning of Impending . Ihmrr-Meiiy IKths Probable. MoertKfl, 0. T., April CO. The country west and southwest of litre was swept by a terrible, torruule at 7:."0 o'clock Tuesday evening. Endless damage . was done, but hew much can net be ''learned until the wires are up. It Is certain thai, nome people have been killed. Anions the dead are J. 0. Con Con eors and bis whole family, consisting of five members; Air., Hanjrs, II. C. Clem ents and a child of Henry llatcman. T. W. Weaver had his arm broken, and was otherwise Injured, and is in a Gcrl Gcrl eus condition. Three of Mr, Hanks' family were seriously, and pcrliaps fa tally, injured. Their lieusc was blown te' atomic and the family 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. — 26 April 1893

jr tl : w ' LOSS . OF "LIFE By the Burning of the Armery at Chicago, jIt Was Built for a Fortress, and Se It '$ Pmvnl f,n Rn 1 Te the Deemed Mu WJthtn Who Kndenv ; oral te Gt't Out Uutterlng ltaina Failed te Urcak Down the Greut , Deem A Public Culaiulty, Chicago, April 20. The mugnificeni new armory of the First regiment, Illi nois National guards, was destroyed by flre Tuesday mernlDg. Twe men are known te have perished in the flume, ami it is supposed that six ethers shared their fate. Twe ethers were rescued from Immediate death by heroism el ' the firemen, but net until they were badly injured. The casualties are Dead Ilarry Jehnsen, colored jnni- ter, slept in building; Walter Williams, colored janitor, slept In building. Injured E. W. Lattha, electric light lineman, burned about head and neck; will recover. Christopher Wiggins, electric light lineman, burned about beck and shoulders will recover. The lets of property is pliux.il at about $215,000, which is wry inade quately c...

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. — 27 April 1893

eshi "?Pr FA.TI 'Wjfl rtr-.A ' JtRU T7 ' ' i'A JT ii't T . B " , 9 .'' ,J 66 -"a" W , 4 i m si I'.: 'mm (Ni f5 Jli!Ii TAUIFl' PICTURES. According te tlte Froe-trador the Tnrlff oil copper Is llngrnnt robbery. In 1800 the country produced 7,200 tens of copper, The Turin brought the domestic product up te 14B.170 tens In 1803, but brought the New Yerk iprlce down from 23 1.4 cents a pound te 111.3 cents In the srnne time. Thnt would scorn te be ti very profitable form of rebbery New Yerk Prets. THE NEW VERSION. Washington Pest. "A public ofllce is a prlvate scoep,"ls the latest Massachusetts 'versien A FABLE. Chicago Mail. Prcsident Cleveland's Civil Service reform is line the snake in Ireland there isn't any. A KENTUCKY STILL. MemphUAppeal' Avalanche. Thesearch of the Kentucky Colenol for an ofllce seems te have degonerated into a still hunt. WAITINO FOn THE AX. Teledo Blade. l is new surmised that Mr. Olney Is waiting te begin fhe work of trust smashing until Mr. Maxwell is through ...

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. — 27 April 1893

Itftx1' m 'W 'i"V, ?. .11 "M ' i a u- tiar- Kt a tf. - L ?. ii: rtf tis !?M MlHlri DAILY. EXUBPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William n. Oex, ifetUfent Themar A. Davis, Vlce-Pretldent. WltUAUH. 'WADSWOBTU.Jr., Sccritary ami Treaturtr. .Thema8 A. Davis. ....-.....riilier and Jtfanatw, 'BAKVKLT.IIlCKMANitK'tJAilter and oeA;rrvrr, SOAjfD Or DIRSCTORS. WILUaKIT. COXi M. C. ltUSSELL, A. M. J. Coehban, W H, Wadswebth, Jr., i Themas A. Davis. vrrxyjrt Tfttrd . . . . . 8VBSCRIPTI0N3-IIT ADTANCS. be Xenr .... ................. $3 00 MzKwthi. 0 Ybree M entfa........ ....... . 73 SSLIVHRSO BY CARRIER. Per Menth ............................ 33 CenU Parable te carrier at end el month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . Ii the largest dallj paper printed In Mays Tllle count the col umn and measure their length. It glres you mere reading matter than any ether. It Ii sold at the lame price as any ether Mays tlUe ...

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. — 27 April 1893

ff1 'y; w tt FWWS vMm ' ,. t ' 'Xi :SJ m 3 :A k I'f n V J M, TV BH i . vu.i 'M THE OUTLOOK. The Administration Fears Ne "Trouble Fer the Present.- fhore s Plenty of Geld in the United r , States Treasury. The Geld Jlcsorve S.000,000 Shert-Wnll Street May Confer with Carlisle, Hut Net at Ills Request, as IIe Is Oppeeed te Their jdces. v Washington, April 27. Wednesday there was ju the treasury ?&i,5O0,000 in geld, $5,500,000 less thnn the normal reserve xnark. The statement in tills merplngTd pdpers lliat tlie treasury had en hand SWJQ.OOO hi froe old Was read in the dcrjartmen.t with surprise. Tlie fact that tlrte is the third day thi3 woek that 'tjhe '5100,000,000 reserve hna been seriously invaded, and that, neverthe less, no evil results have followed, has had a tnere than encouraging effect upon both President Cleveland and Secretary Carlisle, fcejth q'f thcin left the city Wednesday with absolutely nonp nenp nonp prchensiens that anything will eccur1 in the financial world ...

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. — 27 April 1893

Yfi ft ka t- i - y Li 5 . .,; ty$W& r ? H y" l '-r BT,- ' DESTRUCTION Sweeps Down Upen the Territory of Oklahoma. Seme Forty Lives Reported te Have Boen Lest, Bntdra Manr Fatally and Lem Serleusls P-' Injured The Damnum te Pretwrtr la '"' Inestimable Hall and Hutu Tour Cjxm the Helpless Victims. Oklahoma. City, OkL, April 37. Twe distinct cyclones, a terrible hail storm and a water-spout combined te wreak awful distraction In t-the newly-built towns in Oklahoma Tuesday night. It is reported that sixty-two human Uvea wcre sacrificed. It is positive that forty wcre kflleil, while several were fatally and scores seriously in jured. The damage te property is in estimable. Orders for thlrty-one cefllna have been received here and at Nerman, and sup plies have been telegraphed for from ether points. The brunt of the storm was laid upon the prosperous llttle town of Nerman, en the Santa Pe railroad, about twenty mflcs south of, here. At that point thirty-ene people wero killed, dozens ...

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. — 29 April 1893

BW &Te"- ly if i T KSrW I ?t .'fejfl'. W4 X)AIL H 1 2ts?v Cf I 1 WiWli!SS TAlWl'l' PIOTOKKS. In 1874 Grent llrltnln supplied the bulk of the cotton ynrn needed by China nml Jnpnn, Indln sent te these countries lu the year iintueil only 1,000,000 pounds of yarn, lu 1801 India exported 103,000,000 pounds of cotton ynrn te the sntne conn cenn tries, displacing just se much English ynrn, Froe-trndo iloes net enpture new mnrkets for England. It ennnet even held her old mnrkets, New Yerk Press. A 1110 JOD. Dtlreit Tribune. Converting the Amer ican people te the Mugwump belief that the flog is only a piece of cloth is likely te preve an arduous tusk. HANDS OFF. St. Leuis Qlobe-Demecral.&o joint protectorate will be allowed lu the Nica ragua Canal matter. If any government is te control that enterprise ours is the one. THINGS ARE TOO CUEAl'. St. Leuis Qlobe-Dcmecrat. Lew prices of sugar, tea and coffee dlsplease the Democratic leaders. They nre going te put a duty en them and thus 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. — 29 April 1893

r la ' ' r . ' ' t . .' f i'.''' . fw, ,1f. ?- W ir?V tsw- && & "..-v.: i- 5" ')'. ' M . - if' ' i. . . 7 &v. ' ' . . vj- . ; 8.. Ll. P'IHH DAILY, KXCKPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William n. Cox, Thova A. Davis, JTetidrnt Vict-PrttUltnt. William It, Wadswebtu, Jr., Sttrttary arul Trtaiurtr, Themas A. Davis .. Editor and itanaetr, nxVKi.T.lU:viWH .AJi'l Editor and Boekkttvrr. HOARD OF DIRECTORS. WILUaUH. t'OX, M, C. BCSSKLL, A, M. J. CecitKAM, W. II. Wadswebth, Jr., Themas A.Davis. mfVTMZ i"We T.eilgtr futhUne, 2fe. 10 Eait VJ- "" XTUnl Strttt 8URSCRIlTION8-IX ADVANCE. One Venr ,.. ..... ,.....................R3 00 Mix 3f entli ... 1 &0 Tbree Meiitli.................... ............... 73 DELIVERED RY CARRIES. Per Meuth ..S3 I'riila P&rable te carrier at end et month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . Ii the largest dally puptr printed In Mays Tllle cennt the col cel nmn...

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. — 29 April 1893

ff ,JSJKV. I J. "i"V'jl"',',,i 'V"j;"r?2;T TlTJOT?! v v.v vjs-u s ' '::'tm '-'.' i::"ra"-f '- t- U. ' r.jwgif1'! II, ' . "'! 1 i 'Hi i rtMmwpq(H 'm ' k r. a b GOLDEN NAIL Te. Be Driven in the Weman's World's Fair Building By Mrs. Palmer te Signify the Com pletion of the. Structure. It U Believed She "Will He Able te Hit the Null en the lleiul Every Time The Uut- teu WhlcJU the President Will Touch en tha Most Eventful of Days, Chicago, April Ce. It was unnounced Friday night that Mrs. Petter Palmer will drive a golden nail Inte the Worn Wern . an's building at the World's fair Satur day afternoon te signify tlic comple tion of tire building. In presiding at Hid meeting of the beard of lady mana gers Mrs. Palmer has become expert with the gavel, and her friends think that the handsome lady president will be able te hit the nail en the head and drive it Inte the arch of the assembly room with exactly three well-directed blows of the hammer. The exercises will be simple. Mrs. Eliza Ric...

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. — 29 April 1893

rrrr" IT IV r3X3S9Cr39e " CTrSaQp" v V i- ' . V MBfAVfl At jf ' VJbmB VnA rt fc jh. tW Jfcfc 4 H tf"T 1 1 I ft IB M -J , . 3a7K3'S5W.KW '. I t ? 4,-iit. 'A IfcV , i T '. J i 'jm ' ;'i .'- .-" "VIEW (The Editor of TheLedeeuIs net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing rotleetlng upon thochanie thechanie ter or habits of any person will be admitted te these celumns.l tsrCorrwpewUmls will please send Letters se as te reach us net later than 9 o'clecfc a. m. Qitt facts in as few utmls as possible. We want ncics in thts department, ami net advertising notices or velttical arguments. OUK AGENTS. The following are authorized Agents for TitE Public Ledeku In their respective local lecal ities: Moranburg Matthew Heffman.. Helena Rebert n. Cord. Jllnerra Frank W. Hawes. SardtsU. G. Grlgsby. Orangeburg C. K. Kess. Springdale C. C. Decmati. Mayslick Charles Wheeler. PaiiMeurfl Mrs. Jennie Stewert. Alt. Carmel Kelly & Fo.twerthy. lutnwta Lcander Tully. Peed J...

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. — 1 May 1893

' rarK . ' l5 j 3rC'(fill??'"W SWISGISG SWASGO. jjM MmhPf&wM -W--W Vm -fc,-W "W V dSPb tff teJ? m- ' V VNi ' m -m m "9 Investigating the Charges Xadc MR I I J I 1 I M J PIIIkVC I J Wi I PV I 'J I Ml The Executlve Committee of tbe State Inter- SK TABIFF MCTUIIES. -JB- ' Js-Jr . M M M. 'S HBES?JrMK'-?yl AJM-r Vl .1 i W collcglate Oratorical Contest inet at the Phce- f3R Hep growers lmve geed reason for wanting the SIcKlnlcy law malntnlued. During the flve years previous te 1802 our Htinunl nvernge expert of hops wns vnlued at S1,BB3,PB1 SECOND YEAR. MAVSVILLE, KY MONDAY, MAY , 8gj. In 1803 under the new TnrlflT we ex- ported hops te the vnlue of wa,420,r.Q3 SUIOXltS SUICIDES. ,.iyflP'"f, . Their mission Is te make a thorough invest!- '3fSj ; wrAi "" KxeeBiKAV. . g(lUen lnt0 the chargC8 of pla(fmr,6m mude J3g '. . against JatnesH.Swango.wlnncref the medal iSaf? ijt? rTTKfV In the contest a few weeks age. ' li3R ' U1VH CziVy. The commlttee worked hard up te Saturday -"jmR evening wi...

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