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

V Of Wf ; . i 9, r K "J J '?. r. F i. H I te W. ifl. ' ,JC ' . t $MfeW$fcw DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William IT. Cox, 1'reUdent Tiiemak A. Davis, Viet-Pretident. William it. Wadswerih, Jr., Secretary and Treaturtr. Themas A. Davis, ..... Editor and Manager. BAMOKLT. lltCKM AN, An't Editor and Boe kkeener. SOAK J OF DIRECTORS. Willi a II. Cox, M.C. Rcsskll, A. M. J. COCHBAN, W. II. WADSWORTH, Jr., Themas A. Davis. flVVT(TR Pnttle Ledger Tullding, Xe. JO Eait UrrXKjUi TMnt Street. ..... SVRSCRIPTIOX9IX ADrAXCE. One Tenr . ... ... 83 00 Six 31enUi............ 1 SO Three 3IeiiUm 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth ..... ...... ........ as Ceiiu Payable te carrier at end et month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able ami made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . Is ttie largest dally paper printed In Mars vllle count the col umns and measure their length. It gives you mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price a...

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 May 1893

v;yn"'Ta -x:in. ' ' " . ' ; i : -f & j ' , 1 J'1 ' 1 ;k ii tt 1 fj ! i l f . ' IV E.f" . Wl r,. i kv LJPv r-v B - r- It lk ' w . t t WVI1 v m TERRIBLE -FATE Of a Yeung Immigrant Girl en the Ocean. Serious Charges Against the Captain and Surgeon of the Vessel. TIie Girl, Tnken III, Wan Placed lu ttie Hospital mid Ieolnted, Hlic Dies of l'rlvatlen uml Iler IJmly Is Thru Ceat Inte tlie Angry nillewg. New Yeuk, May 0. Jacob Znaler, 10 years of age, and his oeusln, Abraham IUnglcr, a few yenrs elder, both of whom arrived here en the Nethcrlands Amerlcan steamship Edam last Tues day, make serious charges against the captain and surgeon of the vessel. They deolare that Zaaler's sister, a girl of 17 years, was taken ill aboard the ship en April BO. An eruption broke out en her faec and she was placed in the hospital. The surgeon ibelatcd her and refused te allow cither brother or cousin te see her. Several days after the girl's confinement in the hospital the cousin stele into the place...

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 May 1893

'V Yi i' ' ',. 4 pfrr-Aw'ir 1 tt.r IVt p 1) .'. r ?T a !, 1 i- The Editor of The Lcdeeh Is net rcsponsl rcspensl rcsponsl bie ter the opinions oxpressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend ents: but nothing reflecting upon thocharac thecharac ter or habits of any person will be admitted te theso columns. 1 tarCorrttpeiulcnU unit please ecwl Letter se as tereach us net lattr than 0 o'clock a. m. Give fact in as few tennis cm petslble. We tcant IKK) )l this (Ie)Kir(iruMi, atul tint adverttMuQ notices or political araumr.nl. OUn AGENTS. The following are authorized Agents for Tub Public Ledeeii lu their rcspectlre local (tics: Aforanlmre Mntthew Itedmau. Helena Hubert n. Cord. AT(in.'a Frank W. Ilnwcs. Sanite D. O. Grlgsby. Orangeburg C. U, Hess. Sprinqtlale C. C. Dcgmati. ilayslick Charles Wheeler. Vanceliurg Mrs. Jcnnle Stewart. Xt. Carmel Kelly i Foxworthy. " Augusta LeanderTully. fVlJeseph W. Wllllatus. BluclUk Spring J. H. Hunter. Dercr Thad. F. Moere. Subscribers will sae the tre...

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 May 1893

' i f k it II in ' 4 i1,' Jt ft; I H iA iii. M. I '4.1 kf, . U 1' P KU 15 ! W'. PM U. ; W W w ,! Ri R'V $H If I 1 liir : ' ilti ?! j I i' f. V VM-i i , II''. 1 TAKIFl' ricTimia. On July 1st, 1800, the money in Unltod.Stntes amounted te tlie 18443,103,477 At the Hiiuie (Inte last ycnr we had ss,:v73,fioe,noi in money, and every dollar ns geed as geld, wherens n grant deal of thnt in circulation 111 1800 wus depreciated wild, cat currency. We linve grown In nil directions under lleiiubllcaii Protection. New Yerk Preit. NRBDKD EVERY II0UII. St. Leuis Glebe-Democrat. Se long ns Jehn Sherman is near at Land te point .out te him what te de in emergencies, Secretnry Carlisle can't easily go wrong. ISOLATED. St. Leuis Glebe-Democrat. Secretary Grcsliam must feel very lonesomo in the company of men who never spenk of the war except te swear nheut the pensions. KEEPING I10TII SIDES IN HUMOR. Kansas City Journal Maxwell seems te be trying te decapitate Postmasters just fast enough net te morta...

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 May 1893

'!".' a s- ft; M ' .. l " 1 i tf. .Tcncvi DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WlLUAMlI. COX, JYi"l(dettf Tkevah A. Davis, VUe-Pruldtnt. William It. WADswenTU, Jr., Sterttarv ami Trcaturtr. Themas A. Davis. RiUter ami ilanagtr. BkHVSI.'T.'lllCKUAXtAu't Sdlter and Boekkcttifr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WlLIJ All II. COX, M. C. IlUSSKM., A. M. J. Cochran, w. H, Wadhwebth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. OVVTfTR PuWc Lttlgtr .TuiMfnff, Ae. JO Stitt WJX1Ji TMnt Strut SVBSCRIPTIOXS-IX AD rAXCS. One TTcnr ...... . 83 00 Mx Menth. 1 50 Turee DIetiUm ................. 73 DELIVSSED BY CARRIES. Per Meuth ..... 23 IVllU Parable te carrier at en J of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able ami made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . la the largest dally paper printed Id Mays rllle count the col cel amns anil nteasnre their length. It gives jea mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price as any ether Mays Tllle paper one rent a ropy or 25 c...

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 May 1893

v Ml T.. .uUh.. . SCALDED ALIVE. The End of a Steamer's Beiler Blews Out, Twenty-Twe' Deck Hands and Passen gers Terribly Scalded. Sis of tbe Victims Dle Dofero tlie Vewel Ileachci Caire Mate Cyriu Myers, of Cincinnati, Drowns Illninclf te Jj. End Ills Horrible Ageny. Caire, 111., May & One of the worst catastrephlca which have occurred in this region for years took place ou the Mississippi river at Wolf Island, twenty-four miles below this city, Sunday morning. A rear end of one of the boilers of the steamer Ohie, a Cincin nati and Memphis packet, blew out, filling the deck cabin with steam and boiling water. Several of the deck hands and deck passengers who were Bating breakfast at the time were literally cooked alive and a large num ber received serious burns. Following is a list of the dead: Win, Hurstman, colored, fireman, St Leuis; Hampton Cellins, colored, Memphis; Themas Weeds, colored, residence un known; Cyrus Myers, white, beoend mate, of Cincinnati, jumped into the r...

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 May 1893

jHMHjjHNlffiliiijjX W J ; M5 ' ' K," ' I II IIIIIIIIIII.IUHILU I I HUH I II II I W-II.WI ' II HI. K. ' THE NAMING OF DOGS, I Much te the relief pf tbose who live in I "VT 7 0J I 2KXJSS55S325HL L- Bl1' ',,. rr w & ' iA- J1 M ,- .; ('i S1 r. w- Hy. .. the lowlands, tbotivern reccing rapwiy. I III Iff- -v Kl wu,uue " "" muuwuwunuu u C03fV.llI01ITAI.OXG. V J. 1. VUKD Wr various Breeds. orrteE or City cleuk, i Kt . Ma.vsvii.lb, Kv., Mny 8tti, K9i. f . IKr ' ... ...... .. a .. w .. . The Assessor's Boek for the vcar 180.1 hus H Rt- . . Mr AOif xrjuu i , tjtu ty i'iv iun Wf A. Int.Matlni Phnntfl. nn f Tim l.M,,,ltti,t . . IB Ue nml Origin of CantMs of fflpy BTarlied Charncter- P" Utlcs. Deg nomenclature Is quite an interest ing subject, BAys a writer In the Detroit Free Press. Take, -for Instance, that favorite canine known as the terrier, a name riven the breedairem his habit of following game Inte burrows in the earth, which latter in Latin is termed terra. By way of quick gradations...

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

m v i;i vT7"'' js,,t;-"wmtem&?-' -.. i i Y .'J!r" -: -.; ffrsvc 7IW ft ', '".'i: T l - t'i"in MASOX COVXTV COURT. ppf X)A3Xr, ,,'fc k1 I' ft' I' W u i I.' ? I I r f. jr.. V I- fe .. ?' ' &. fi 1' fa - i- f w u tahut rierum-?. lu Prague, Austria, according, te n Inte report ty the United States Censul at that iilnce skilled gleve mnlcern cam S4 00 n weck nml work otevori bourn n day at that. In tilts country R1S rvuoekls mi ordinary rate for this Mkllluil labor. ' Without l'rotectlon tlie American gleve maker would hnve te accent the pay of Ills foreign competitor or iliul nnotlier job. New Yerk Pre. 8011RY. Chicago Tribune, There are sigus thnt Secretary of the Treasury CarliBle wishes he had learned soine ether trade. WE'D" WITH YOU ONCE. KenrstXffleuriial. Isn't it about time te call a halt when The Padueah Stand ard feels impelled te say of Sam Jenes that: "We would as seen doubt the sin cerity of Jesus Christ himself as te be lieve that the Rev. Sam Jenes is anything les...

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

sv w V;'- P. tef K ISv iM L bmv K$ jr 1 m n c r& I w IRSQ. DAILY, KXUErT SUNDAY, Y THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William n. Cox, Themas a. Davis, ITttlJent Vtct-Frtlttltnt. William H. Wapsweiith, Jr., Srrttaru nmt JYrniurer. Tueuas A. Davis, i'dUer niid Managir. BAMDKLT.IlJCKMAN,.lij'I.KilUorii(IJ?eoHrxr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WILLIAM It. COX, M. C. HU8SKLL, A.M. J.CecunAN, ' W. II. Wadsweuth, Jr., Tueuas A. Davii. OFFICE -ft'N'e Lf'tpir TutUUna, JVe. 10 Etut SUBSCRIPTIOXS-Iir ADVAA'CS. One TCenr ...... M ... 83 DO Blx Meuth ,V 1 30 Tlirce 3Ieiilli ...... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. I'cr Menth ...... 83 IVnM Payable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason reasen reasen able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . U the largest dally paper printed In )lay vllle count the col cel li inns anil measure their length. It Rives you mere reaJlug matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price as any ether JlJy" vllle paper one cent a c...

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

t BlT,1BiSR7. -vy i III $ ft i V I.?? 1 .1? fcl 11,1 fi I '!' 4 t W i" f: 1 " 1 1 V $i MUCH AMIffFg About the Outceme of the Great Columbian Exposition.' Indications That the Fair Will Be 1 ' a Collessal Failure, Thnt Is, l'rem u I'tiuuiclul Point of View Te 1'ny There Must Ue an Avrince Dully Attenriunl'0 of ICO,OOOte 0OO,OO0( Suiiduys Open. Ciuomie, Mny 0. There b ulrendy alarm along the line among these pe cuniarily Interested In the Celnmhlnn exposition. TIiIb feeling Is net allayed te any extent by the doclnrutien of ene of the commissioners te the effect tluvt he is of the opinion tliat the enterprise will be a colossal failure financially. In his opinion, it will, In the way of civilization and progress and education, be a tremendous fncter and of far-reaching influence, for geed npen.the wel fare of America, and particularly of this and the west and northwest sec tion of the country, but there would never be nnother in the lifetime of any one new living. Te pay out tlicre mu...

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

V , 1 kK M i ih M' ri- ;,j - u W- (TUe Editor of TUB Lkoeeii is net rosponsl responsl rospensl bio for the opinions expressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend ents: but nothing reflecting upon thechnrue thechnrue ter or habits or nuy person will be admitted te theso columns.! ewCorretpemlaUt will please send Letters se at tereach u.i net Ii(tr than 9e'cUicK u. in. Give facts in n etc uenlj im possible, ll'e iwtit nw In th( tlfljxirtmcnt, anil net adm thing net(c or DeUdcfi! nrimmmif. OUU AOEjrTS. The following tire authorized Agents for The Public Ledeeh In their nspectlve local ities t Jforanbure Matthew Heffman. lit Una Hobe rt II. Cord. Minerva Frank V. Itawes. Sardls U. O. Grlgsby. Orangetmrg 0. It. Ress. Sprinqdalc 0. C. Degmnti. Maytlkk Charles Wheeler. Vancebure Mrs. Jcnnte Stewart. JUL Crtrmf I Kelly & Foxworthy. ttHMta Lennder Tully. Peed Jeseph W. Williams. BIuIWcSprttin J. 11. Huntur. , Dewr Thad. F. .Moero. Subscribers will save the trouble or letter writing by pa...

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 May 1893

M a-si -i K i fc i.. Pf n H M M I I 'i! Wl 'V H: ar?. . rrf j &" & . H' . 6' Kl fef ft I !. ! ' KU Tr ti ' fcu TAKIFI' riCTUltKS. Ill Holyoke, Mass., empleyes- tu manu facturing earucd S304 iv your encli In 1880, nnd 8113 111 1800. Ttiey turned out products valued nt m.1,007,327 In the former year, but vnlued nt 834,001,007 III the latter. That U Ilolyeko's record under ten rears of 1'rutoctlen. A'etc Yerk frets. f THAT UNCONSTITUTIONAL TARIFF. Chicago Tribune. Virginia loudly do de mauds u Tariff referm that will leave the Tariff en manufactured tobacco exactly where it is. EXPENSIVE TEACHING. New Yerk Press. The "campaign of education" in Bourbon financiering at Washington is ever. It may prove disas trous, but it will be effective. NOT ALARMED. Bosten Journal. TUe new leather trust seems te have ue fear of Attorney Gen eral Olney before ite- eyes, or of the breathing threatening and slaughter Democratic Administration. TREAD LIGHTLY. Terre Haute Express. Se, Mr. Cleve lan...

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 May 1893

P.: a .'' "w r- I tr , Si" K" 4- tV ' v- rtV yi I f r- ' tf--'i KlH, ggggWSBMBgg , ' ?, R iiturfflBfeitA. GROVER'S ORDEE ""NS-U0H.:;. TN THE SOUTH. m, ujttt. rm - iraiiiri iih't xirr.-i uutiii u jfiunLUUKU uuti a unn I ?za Mr ir BK II l' ,r ''BirFWTrABSBir "rT4 ' i n,l & 11liwul 1.1K l.Dnlt..1 In U'lilrll a,' , -w,- - - .. .. ...-, -... ....... ., K DAILY, KXUEPT SUNDAY, BY Wr THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WixxiAUlt. Cox. Themas A. Davis, iYMlilfiit Vlee-iVcifclent. WILLIAM H. WADSWORTtl, Jr., Bterttary and Trtaturtr. Themas A. Davis il(or and Manaptr. Bi.uVKhT.UlCKVX.Ati't Editor (tndJloekktciwr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Willi a n. Cox, M.C. Ruhsvll, A. M. J. Cechban, W. It. WAtmwenni, Jr.. Themas A. Davis, OFFICE F,,bUe L"i0tr Tuilitlng, .Ve. Iff JEM 8UBSCRIPTI0XS-IA' ADX'AXCE. One "Venr ..... ., . ........... 83 00 Mix Meulin 1 50 Three Menth 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menlh. 23 Cent 1'avnble te carrier at end 6t mouth. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason' able and made...

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 May 1893

SB&SB W:i ft , . ;i V" V '.. 1 ' HFWVaifl fr 3 'k ci -k . si. w f i yvf iwi v NOVEL EXHIBIT. The World's IrtUr Bentt Put Up It Shut ter. OHW'8 l?Ain GltOUNDS, ClllCAOO, May la Ameng1 the exhibits atthtoto atthteto atthtote liibjtfon Tuesday vea a national bank under 6UBppnien. The exhibit waa H6t an tkltrefjtivc or pleading ene In the eyes of the .foreigners who had their ra6ncy ou deposit, but the fears of net getting it beck were unfounded. Amongst the earliest caller at the World's air brunch of the ChemJcaJ national banwas National nnd bttite Commissioner Jehn Boyd Thatcher, of New Yerk. The state funds for tlie World's fair expenses en deposit in the bank were in his name, although he is net treaaurer. xJ- 9WTH, DAKOTA DOIUUSO. The commissioner smiled niwl said he wasn't oenocrnod about J.he. safety vef the stated money entrusted te" him, but he intended te present a check far 80, 740, which waa all Jciv Yerk had en deposit, Just as a formality te show that he1 liad done hi...

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 May 1893

1 Mi ' ft ', v I c L I ?- " . ft" "j fa !'? 5 . " 5F. r fer A, ' REINTERMENT Of Jeffersen Davis's Remains at Richmond. . Triumphal Journey Prem New Orleans te Virginia's Capital. Exercise at State Capital as the Hotly of the Southern Leader U Humeved te Hollywood Cetuetery The Kelnter Kelnter tenntnt te Take Place Muy 31. RICHMOND, Vn.,v May la The pro pre pro gramme for the reluterment of JolTer JelTer JolTer sen Davis remains In Hollywood cem etery, Richmond, May 31, lias been complated. G Jehn Gllnn, jr., as commander of the Louisiana division of the United Confederate veterans, Is in charge of all the preparations at New Orleans. The special train will leave, the Crescent City Sunday night, May S3. The coremeniea there, previous te the departure, will be brief. Gov. Fos Fes ter, en behalf of the state, will. In a short address, commit the remains te the custody of the escort, which will accompany them te Virginia. The runcrul train will rarch Mont gomery, Ala,, at 0 o'clock a. m...

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 May 1893

IJSPJfp1 WW fcJSt' W' . . ... - Pjjfflp J . TAUIFF riCTUKKS. The lead duty It another Hern In the Tnr iff which 1ms etirncd the undying hostility of the Vreu-trnders. Vet It hns Inorcnsed production from 43,540 VSUKSKM tens In 1873 te 218, nep tens In 1803, but hns put the New Yerk price down from 0.32 cents n pound in the former te 4.00 cents n pound In the latter yenr. -That is why the Freo-tmder hates it. New Yerk Press. OUT IN TIIB COLD. WathingtonPest. The Georgia Colonels have caught their second wind and are again lining up te the ple counter. WANTS FIIEE-TH-ADE. Louisville Courier-Journal. Abolish reciprocity and glve us as near an ap proach te Frce-trnde as the necessities of our Government justify. BOUND TO HAVE IT. St. Leuis 0 lobe-Democrat. The South ern Democrats will insist upon having wildcat currency, and it is very doubtful if Cloveland will be able te prevent them from getting it. "trouble en bn OLE man's mind." St. Leuis Qlobe-Demecrat. The sugar planters who dema...

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 May 1893

1 MmKtXmm " 'Mri7IMiili'n''Js1?Miar1iMi1llllilllMM-l"'-BM'-MMB yNPWIyppp? "P'fi STTrVTT'-r Kr '' V V tt f , - . w f,TOYnKn' ' "VV.JPjll &' t' R0 l r f . j.3 H-? ii V Mr t- ,' i 'M- r. ' k f ittWictea0e THE VIOLATION HlLti J "I I ! 11 I . I.. . II II . ! W.l I -I I ! 1 II II I lira "" ' " ' DAILY, KXUEFT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WILLIAM It. COX, JTttUtrnt Themas A. Davis, Vtcc.prtiUlenl. William II. Wadswebtu, Jr., Secretary and Tria$urtr. Tkeas A. Davis Editor and Manager. BxMKhT.niCKHAX.Ail't Editor ami Jloekkeever. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Willi a m H. Cox, M. O. Rdsskll, A.M.J. COCUKAN, W. II. WADHWOBTII, Jr., Themas A. Davis. fiWFMTR &"! Znlgtr funding, A'e. 10 Eait SOBSCRIITI0XS-IX ADVANCE. One Year .... .- . ................... 63 oe Six Menth................ 1 30 Three 3! enth..... .. . 73 DELIVERED ST CARRIER. Per MeptU ....33 CcuU Parable te carrier at end of month. TO ABVERTISEKS. Advertising rates uniform and reason reasen reason alie and made known en applicat...

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 May 1893

rruM tm ri i( t. iw II v r - r ' " ' " t fc.' Mi- Q lil V. f M. u V WW 'li fi m 4W M' - I ; '4 1 i. i i ,i 4 a! ?!'' J J, (I .'( 14 : HI fc I ----v-aaHa-HB(Hw-aw--------BMa inil..w HiJI'TMmi I The Attotxlaneo en the Ninth Day Very Largtt. WeitLD'a lfAIH GliOUJfD8, ClIIOAOO, May 11. The generous warmth of Wednesday morning's sun, installing the first breath of summer naone of the exhibits at the fair, opened auspiciously the ninth day of the great exposition. The attendance is growing daily, and will be large new that the weather leeks Bottled. The attendance cm Mon day was estimated at 60,000. The exposition managers believe that a large shore of the public Is waiting definite announcement that the fair is complete In every detail, and when that word is given out, oxpeot about a million poeplo te make Chicago tlxsir temporary abiding place. MtSESOTA BUILDING. Everything wee bidding and bloom ing Wednesday under the effects of the sun's warm rays, and work in every part of; the expos...

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 May 1893

.7 " vJat H X. KV. V jH 5 , K P KV r iC'j THE LEAGUES. Their Meeting in Louisville New in Full Blast. The Opera Heuse Tastefully Decorated With-Flags and Banners. Organization Efflectd President Clnrksen Open VTItQ a Red llet Speech Outlining th Future Policy of the Hepubllcun Party A Large Atteodituec Louisville, Ky., May 11. Tlie Re publican league, asbcmblcd hi annual convention In MoCeuloy'a theater Wednesduy morning. The plutferm had been bunked with the choicest of growing flowers, palms and exotics, which shed their fragrance through the spacious auditorium. Before the chairman's table rested a mammoth shield supported en either side with silken flags. Stretched across the parquet from the proscenium boxes was a sliver filigree transparency bearing the names of all the states and territories of the union. Frem gallery te fleer the pillars were twined with trl-oelored bunting, and thousands of miniature flags encircled the balconies, suspended from chan te llers, and formed an...

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 May 1893

P' J.? I If' & t I'i lei' 1?' '. r I; t. h-v i m &-; p.; r I'- p -' '( f K i . (6 ia S fc. r .. ; i'i- i :'.' .;; " u l:kf- ' r. i r;- I i r v InLr juXj ' a' 3M5r ' i i4a TA1U1T MCTUKKS. Tliere vrm produced from Amertcnn mlnel In 1880 41,807,005 ten of bituminous ceiil. grown te The product linil ion, 208,307 tens In 1801. This In the clnn of cenl which the Democrats propose te place en the frce Hat, They profer te have Nevn Hcetlnn mines mul miners get the business of supplying us with this product, Xcw Yerk Press. A DEMOCRATIC OPINION. OMcage Herald. A temperary increase of taxation seems te be absolutely neces sary. WANTS PROTECTION. New Yerk Press. The Cleveland mani festo against place hunters shows that the autocrat of the White Heuse needs a geed heuse deg as well as an ax, PLAYING A LONE HAND. Glebe-Democrat. Cleveland 'is getting along with less help from the leaders of his party than has ever befere been known in the history of American Presidents, MAKINO A REPUTAT...

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