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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 30 May 1893

"? "1 ' iNf" VC, -A V K ft? &! UU7..' Hj'rair rf ' DAILY. KXOKrT SUNDAY, ItY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William II. Cox, Irrtitltnl Theuak A. Davis, Vic&lTttUUnU WitLuy ii.WADsvenrt,Jr., .Secretary en t IVf murer. Tueuak A. Davis Blttercmil Jftmaufr. SAMOKi.T.IIlCKMA,-ii't RUter ami Boekkuntr. BOARD OF DIESCTOES. WlLLl II. Cox, M. C. Uuesr.LL, A. Mi J. CecmbaX, W.II. Wadhwebth, Jr. Tiiext as A.Davis. OfpipE,- PubUc ttdgtr TuttMng, Se. 10 -Stall Tbltii Strut. . 8UJSSCMPTIOXS-1X ADVASCE. One Tenp W Mx Menth's . 1 Thre Menlhm......i..............-. .......... 73 AELIYBEJD By CAEEEE. 1-er Meuth ..( . , - CreU livable te carrier at end et month. TO AD VERTISEIiS. Advertising rates uniform and reason' able and made known en application at the etfibe. THE LEDGER.. I the lsrgt dally paper printed In Mays Tllle eeunt tue fol fel nmui and measure their length. " It glrw yea mure renting matter tban any ether. Histeid at the Mine prlrt as any ether Mays tllle paper one tent a copy ur 145 re...

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. — 30 May 1893

T ww!r?wjWi w .JfH Hr l w ,. s? ' --'i TTT T". iuA--'fc-. . . v yrr - i 'if f v , " j ntf&WF&mm!!P!U h IV 'Kft A. , f I I ' GATE -KEEPERS Robbing the Wetld's Columbian ' Exposition. A Nu'ral'ef- Broken Turnstiles Prove Toe" Much of a Temptation. I jTlie Bureau of-Admleslen Has Ucen en tlie Lookout ter Tlila, and Half a Desen , Oatemcn Have Been Discharged Sovenil Are Under ArresU I Chicago May 80. Over half of the one hundred and forty turnstiles at the World's fair are out of order, and de net record the number- of visitors who pass into the grounds. As a conse quence there Is no way of kceping.an aoeuratc count of the attendance. It also trivcpljhe seventy odd gate-keepers at these faulty turnstlles an excellent opportunity te held out admission tickets. The bureau of admissions has been en the lookout for tltis and already half a ddzen gatemen have been discharged for attempting te steal tickets, and several are under arrest. An entire let of new turnstiles has been purch...

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. — 30 May 1893

t w ? h! A . iv 7Jf ,y m iT . 1 ?" "ip 1 tv .' : ? ti . . ..Jl s WmJ -ETC Jr JlwX 15 FOR THESE SPRING 9 Gentlemen, there was never a Suit like these sold for less than $25. They come in Sacks and Frecks, some of them being made te fit short, stout men. We can fit everybody with them. The goods in them are made of Simoni Cassimere and Worsteds. They are the best imported goods known te the trade. We want te impress you witlj. the fact that these Suits are simply elegant. Ne matter of what profession, be you a lawyer, doctor, mer chant, banker, farmer, well dressed in one of them. The most interesting part of the story is J that we are going te put this let of Suits en our counters, ma.:r.k::e:d ijst FLmsr inia.xjR.ES, for.! Gee hoe and William Jenes, the colored men who are alleged te have robbed Galther's store at Marshall's Station several nights since, were brought before 'Squire Grant yes terday afternoon for trial. Thev waived ex amination and were held in the sum of tSOO each t...

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. — 31 May 1893

( j !-tg;v; ' '!"' jWifR HUWP JEjM'DW"". niigwj Kii,'.'VMHfft i . .'ra fr-iwr W s ' f I ' ' ? X 1 , 1, . 5' rv it , i. i I.- 1st !' ft for I I ' si: 'Irt' r k ft' I. h & flRTOsj iLSA .-Mk Jt F W" V I',)u hnvefrt'.tuh vteittna !uu, or J ieu treOMfniaicainiifi vfsH, i-Iaijie drop urt note n that cjTcet. Miss Nollle Walsh Is the guest of Mies Dera Stettenut Newport. Miss Maggle Daugherty Is visiting' rclathcs and friends nt Wcdetila and Fletnlugsburg this week. M rs. P.M. McCarthey nnd Miss Amy Calhoun will loiive for ChlcaKO te-morrow, te visit Mrs. .Neim Hahntge ami the World's Knlr. THE UNION DEAD. Tbe following' poem, written by ene of North Carolina's prominent citizens goon alter the War, lias nover bofero appeared In print. The original manuscript was found among the papers of the Inte Majer Jehn H. Archdeucen, and was furnished Tits IiUnnRii by tils brother William It. Archdeacon. Ed.1 A Natien saved weeps o'er the brave ' Who, faithful te its lite and laws 'Mid march, and ...

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. — 31 May 1893

'.yshw" " 45 r 3 ' B V M. r ft v tPlkV. .DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William It. Cox, Thema a. Davh, PretUltnt Vtct-Prtikltnt. William 11. Wamwerth, Jr., Atcrttarv nwt Trtaiurir. TueMAii A. Davis, Eiltter and Managtr, SiUUkLT. Hickman, u'l-EVIfer ntnl .SoeJten)fr, BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WILUaV II, COX, M. C. RCSSFLL, A.M.J.C0C1IBAN, W, II. WADHWOBTU.Jr., Themas A.Davis. OFFICE PMlt I.etlar Tutldtng, A'e. 10 Eatt SUJBSCRIPTIOA'S-IX ADVANCE. One Year .. $3 00 Mix Jtenlln......... 1 SO Three 3Inntli.. . 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Ver Slenlh as Out 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 . . Is the largest dally paper printed In 31 ays rllle tuent the col umns and measure thelt length. It kIyh you mete reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price as any ether Ma) illle paper uue rent a copy or '25 rents a mouth, delivered hy car rier ertent by mall. ...

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. — 31 May 1893

"ifl""IF?7M mrnspwvm " i--mw,'Ui "V " " . .j ." nAi i - ry SLAUGHTERED. An Entire Pennsylvania Family Murdered. Tbtjir Threats Cut and Their Heads Horribly Crushed. Jehn Ileey, Ilia Wife unci Twu Children the Victim Their Ulixxl Marks the Assiuxila'a Tracks In the ltoem Wa It the Fatlrer'B Werk? Uniontown, Pa., May 31. Jehn Hoey and wife and two children, aged six and eight years, were found t murdered at their home, in New Haven, at 3:S0 o'clock Monday afternoon. The threat of each one wee cut from ear te car, and the head of all, except the hnsbarul was crushed te a Jelly. The instru ments used te perpetrate this uwful tragedy are a ruaer and a lvatchet, which were found in the room be smeared with bleed. The horrible And was made Monday by Mrs. Charles Eegan, mother of tbe murdered hus band and father, in one room the little brother and sister were lying side by side in a trundle bed, where their threats had been cut while asleep. They had struggled considerably, and were covered...

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. — 31 May 1893

fcif,P?tPPr VJWljyiW' yiy Auw.'j "WK'f """ .7W "St tttf 7 rw'iV,W"'WWvy, .'FfE"! sSRiPiSrWfwTFP . W 'j$C r s : m- v S? fK Mfl" 4if?r & .v-" - A' XK i r, -- (? i?V IV $ . Best of Allt - The Public Ledger Company has arranged te serve its ' city patrons with The Public Ledger 'AND. The Cincinnati Daily Tribune at the remarkably low rate of Fifty Cents a .VbnfA for both papers J Twe Daily Papers Fer the Price of One! 1ST Orders given te the Carriers or lejt at The Ledger Ojjiee will receive prompt attention. CSTTic Iribune is en sale at The Ledger Office; price 2 cents. ironze's FAIJl XOTVS. A Few I'eltttvrs About Chlenutt M'vll Werth Jlcmriiibertnii. As a grout many readers of The LED0r.it will make their first trip te Chicago during the World's Fair, u lew polnters regarding the geography et the city will be appreciated. In the first place, fix firmly in your mind the lact that Lake Michigan terms the Eastern boundary of the entire city, and II you stand facing- the lnke with bot...

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 June 1893

3- 3& 3 iv ,i Jft r i aii -ni r; i .'' -r - .. wi TARIFF TICTUKES. Ill Hartferd, Conn,, manufacturing em em Iileyea earned en the average cmes in 1880. Their nverngp cnrntngs lind grouhte S018 In 18U0. Only i 0,300 InunlH found etnplejinetit jcnr, but In the former o.eai were employed In the latter year. Con Cen gtnntly Increasing employment and rUlng wage nre the intnrtable fruits of Protec tion. A'ete Tork Prett. 0L00JIV OUTLOOK. Jfete Yerk 2Vi. Cleveland declared in Ills Inaugural that the Government should net support the people. In wip ing out American industries the Demo Deme cradle party will compel local authorities te support multitudes who will be plunged into idleness and destitution by its unpa triotic felly. FOLLOWING HOLMAN. jVew Yerk Press. genius of Posey county, Ind thu9 computes the expense of a day at the Chicago Fair Greunds: Street car fare, ten cents; admission, fifty cents; milk at milk exhibit, free; fresh lolls at yeast exhibit, free; buttered crackers a...

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. — 1 June 1893

wp t z $ 1 , "' t, ,r '5 -. & s&- jfU,. v ftW a WtlNfcjtei DAILY. KXCEIT bUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WILLIAM II. VOX, TllOMAM A DAVIS, PrtMtnl VieC'ltttUUnt, William H, Wadswuiitu, Jr., Stertliiry anit Titaturtr. Themas A. Davis, .- M(or ami Itnnaetr. SxLVKijT.IllCKVJiX,Au't EtUoratulfleokketvtr, BOARD OF DIRECTORS. williau n.cez, t. c. huskll, A. M. J. Cochran, W. n. Wacbwertii, Jr., Themas A. Davis. OFFICE iM,e L'lfftr TuiUUng, Se. 10 Eait SUBSCRIPTIONS-IS ADVASCE. One Tear . . S3 00 Rlx Neatha 1 30 Three Months - 73 DELI VERED BY CA RRIER. Vrr Menth ......... - .'43 Cent Parable te carrier at nil of month. TO ADVEKTISEliS. Advertising rates uniform and reason' able and made known en application at the ejjice. THE LEDGER . . Is the largest dally paper printed In Mays vllle count the mi tt wns aad measure tbelr teuifth. It kItcs juu mere reaJIni; matter tbtn any ether. It Is ml J at the ame prire at any ether May vllle raper eue cent a copy or 25 cents a month, deliver...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 1 June 1893

iyyffiMM wix jnHnamuv, -. t " . r f . . , , - t w . t .'.,i't -. . -i - . t - v r W ' Ka u Ir ii r ; sv hu . f-.t, BRIGGS LOSES. The Assembly Gees Heavily Against Him. The Members Give Him Their Reasons Fer the Way They Voted. Their Speeches Limited te Three Minutes Prof. Drlggt, the Aecnsed, Leaves th Hall Wern Out. lint Ills Devoted Wlfe llcmalps te the Cad. Wabhujqte:, June I. Before pro ceeding te ft vote Wednesday upon tbe question of sustaining the appeal from the Judgment of the New Yerk Presby tery, in thocaseof Prof. Cha&A. Briggs, D. D., the commissioners of the gen eral assembly of the Presbyterian ohureh engaged in a half hours' devo tion. While this excrobe was in prog ress, the principal ncters in the trial drawing te its close made their appear ance The first te appear were Messrs. Birch, Latnpe and McCook, of the pros ecuting coramittee; then came Moder ator Craig and Dr. Baker, chainnnn of the judicial committee, who were Just in time for the last prayer and hym...

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. — 1 June 1893

i 3V-- r S- . :,P .' .;;; . NAME YOUR CHOICE. 1. WHO ISTHE MOST POPVLAIl HAS FOR POSTXASTEM A Cintice. te Xakt: Known Ttqft l'ltvevltca Given te "X,ettuer" Head Head criiVeuCan Vete ICulu ami Often. Whom de you want te be l'ostmnster of MaysvIUe during tho.Adtnlnlstratlen or Fresi dent Cleveland? Fill out the attached ballet with Hie name or jour favorite and send or bring te The Led Led GEnOlllce. Yeu can send thorn slnglyer wait until you have a batch of them. Thu candidate?, whose applications arc un derstood te be en Hie, are Majer T. J. Cheno Chene wetb, the Druggist nt Second and Sutten streets; It. H. Levcl, Grocer, Third and Mar ket slruets; M. F. Marsh, Kdlter of The Eve ntna Bulletin. It Is a l'reo-fer-till centest, howevor, and a vote cast for auy citizen of MaysvIUe will be duly counted. The balloting will contlnue until July 1st. Ne vete will be ceunted unless made out en the following ballet. Ne name neel be signed. lHHdiii i'OK l'OSTMASTKK, gUlBlfalgga The pepulir wil...

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. — 2 June 1893

mw IM Ij Miyw1 1 ;v TAKIl'F 1'IOTUUKS. Holle Smith's city, Atlanta, On., ewes henry debt te Protection. In 1HH0 the mcrnge nnnunl enrnlngs of empleyes In manufacturing tutlustrlen in that place were 32 In 1800 they were 8120 Atlanta's nsscieicd valuation rese In the hiuue period from 818,000,000 te nearly 142,000,000 llelcc should brill); these facts und figures te the nttentlen of hi chief. , New Verk Pre. NOT THAT KIND OK FINANCIEU. Qlobe-Deinecral. Ohie statesmen are faring badly In a financial way tnls year, but It Is safe te bet that Jehn Sherman won't fail. TKEttEION OK CAIITEK. St. Leuis Globe-Dcmecral. It's a won wen luMhat the Democrats de net blamu the McKinley Law for the high prices tit the World's Fair. IMPUOVINO. St. Leuis Glebe-Democrat. Controller Eckels has learned enough about the du ties of his olllce te secure a lucrative ap pointment for his brother. THE HEASON. ircw Yerk Press. Perhaps Mr. Cleve land did net return the Infanta's call be cause he suspected that ...

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. — 2 June 1893

...iwyijuii ini!ii.nm iiiiwiw,wiiwi)viaiiMwyt - '" " " i vv , . ', ftT."1'TT' v"3 yWS".'i!T', '" a TWW'4? , W'aTfflwSlWTrwWwtP'fcWv nMffii , ' ' r '' "' V " ' ''" '",. &1 i E 1 f ; i Mi. . ! m 4 'Sft ? C & (W vi i-f! "V," . . ", v INCOnrOUATEO. . DAILY. EXOKIT SUNDAY. BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William II Cox, Themas A. Davis, Jrtitdtnt ncc-Ytiblcnl. William II. Walworth, Jr., Secrttnrv and Trtamrtr, Themas A. Davis Btlter and Mannger. BiXVKLT.niQKUAX, .Hft Editor and Boekkrrver. SOARS Or DIRECTORS. Willi-- II. Cox, M. C. Rcbavll, A. M. J. COCItRAN, W. II. WADswenTn, Jr., TlIOUAS A.-DAVIS. urj.j.Kjn Third Strttt 8VBSCRIPTIOXS-IX ADVAXCE. One Year . ..... 3 00 Mix Stout-is 1 SO Three Menth-........ . ....... .... .................... 7.1 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth 33 Outa Payable te currier at end et month. TO ADVERTISERS. . Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LKIXiEU . la the largest dally paper printed In Hays Tllle ...

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. — 2 June 1893

, ipf pfwjiii'iyyNi'iP yffir '-''Vffl mmwwMMf ' tv ? " ' ) , A - V ,' ' WRv",'?S. WIBKkStsw ME'r&FS ""' "WHS ," - "'Tin, "fli j IK; " I I' I i SUSPENDED Says the Briggs Sentence Committee. He Refused te Compromise and Must Take the Consequences. Prof. Ilrleics Wem Ilcproscnted by l'ref. Brown Alone The. McDougell Help III the Penalty Will the Ortvtt Her etic Itcnonnce PreabytcrlanUui? Washington, June 3. The commit tee appointed te fix upon Dr. Briggs' sentence, have agreed upon their min ute, and will report at the opening of the afternoon session. It is understood that Dr. Briggs rofused te make any compromise, and that the committee will recemmend that he be suspended. The final Btage in the Briggs case be fore the general assembly of the Pres byterian Church was preeeded Thurs day morning by a half-hour's devotional exercises, conducted by Rev. J. T. Smltlf, of Baltimore, moderator of the general assembly. When the assembly convened a a court at 0:30 o'clock there was a nota...

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. — 2 June 1893

(;- '.: VV wr rwKJa' !JV '; ' ,,.' WK r" A u :t. . ! M K' t- ft . ?4.;: k.A ". N S;V. t'jf ji1 ( IST fStf 'ji'-1 Br- - if. fV& !,," ..t Hi1. it. C. .Rifa of MllferJ, Neb., says she sutlercd greatly from a complication of diseases or female weaknesses and liver and kidney troubles. Her health was fully restored by using Dr. Hale's Household Tea, the most pleasant and most cHectlve mcdlclue known. Twenty-five and Of ty cents per pneknge at Power & Hey nelds's Drugstore Benjamin Kkiuiit, sent te the peni tentiary for six years from MlddlcsboreuKh, lias been granted a pardon. .1 Hint te Wevld'H fair Visitant. A prominent citizen of Scales Mourn!, Ill,, whlle In Chicago, was taken with violent choleric pains and dliirrhtcn. He took black berry brandy three or four times without re lief. He then secured n small bettle of Cham berlain's Celic, Cholern nnd Dlarrhau Kemedy and Upen taking ene dose the pains disap peared and the second dose- cured the diar diar reoea. Dr. H. M. Fewler...

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. — 3 June 1893

ff.ip4iwiyjwp,yji,wiiyjt .'i'MW"ltwy ww1-A, sWMftffijffJ liSSScS-i.1 ' " ' A'r $ 1 y r- Ai t ' ! f mt w ': !v. i? F . f $ I- IP 4 & -yi; xy. ryrjl3iii,,i:f3l TAttll'l' 1'ICTUUES. In tlm ci'imus ycnr 1880 the blast fur 'imccM of sixteen Weste'rn titen produced oe8,o;in -toil of lls Iren. In 180U the furnaces of the nunc states produced 2,080,803 ten nt pie lt-eu. Nothing develops home Industries like Protection. AYu' Vark Vrem. FOHAKEH AT HOME. Washington Stnr. Ex-Uovetner Fora Fera ker litis, by his Memerial Day speech, put himself ence mere in rnuge of the newspapcr onslaught and doubtless feels At home. JIEVISINO THE DEMOCRATIC DICTIONARY. Qhicage Tribune. Temmy- "Papa, the papers the ether day said your were 'slated for a Government job.' Whnt does that mean?" Papa (who failed te' get the Jeb)" It menus, my son, that I was all ready for iseme political spenge te come nlenir and wpe mc out." LOO 1I0LL1N0. yew Yerk Prat. The preposition, at tiibuted te the President, te gain So...

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. — 3 June 1893

'Eg C'- ?...: &' 87 ... ?' " :.r 5 ' ;v H' ?. fcl tft fi ''nAILV.t DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, MY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. lSCOIirOIlATEU. WILLIAM II. COX, TllOJiA A. DAVIS, IVtilltnt Vlrt-ltiltttut. WiLtiAM II. WadswerthJ Jr., b'tcrtturv ami Trtamrcr. Themas A. DAV1H, ... Editor and itanaptr. BkHVXLT.llKK.)iAX. AH't Editor ami Roekkrrtter. BOARD OF DIRECTOHS. Willum n. Cox, M. C. Hdkskll, A. M. J. COCIIBAN, . W. II. AVAIlb WORTH, Jr., Themas A. Davis. mfFTfiK JiMle Ledger Pudding, Ae. 10 Enit wrilJ I7UM titrttt. . . . . . SUBSCRIPTIONS-IK A D rAXCE. One Year - W 00 Nix Mouths...... 1 SO Three Jlenllm .. ... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Huutu .. .- 83 I'cuU Parable te carrier ntendef mouth. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason' able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . Is tlie Urget dally paper printed lu Mays llle reunt tbe col umn and measure their length. It gltes yen mere reading matter than auy nther. It Is fold at the aue prlre as any ether Ma...

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. — 3 June 1893

W 'jf . fj'f.Jwyg'iiiiM 'ly.wwjpJl1 w?1 fwiyfff 'y"":1; 4 wW'ff , 1 iw "iv? Ptfy mwwmwwwigww ,; jy w 3-5 , , 1 WASHINGTON. Changes in Office Are Made Toe Slowly. Ofilce Himtcrs, as a Rule, Are a Sadly Disappointed Set. In Conitqnenea ConjreirM'U Are Leading a Deb's LlfoTtie IMblle PcM Dwrnwd 9730,420.00 Daring ttve Menth of Slay Dcctwhe of Oelu en Hand. Wabhixotex, June 8. There is hard ly a congressman te be met with about the hotels' nowadays wlie (loes net leek mere or less lugubrious, and they have all pretty nmeh tlie sauie tale of wee. The source of dejection lies In the indisposition of the pest office department te remove republican fourth-class postmasters, and this is why the representatives of the people are sad. Though tlie pay is about "wliat a swell spends en his cigars per annum and the honor is ne't superlative, there Is a fascina tion about the fourth-class pest offices among the country voters. Tlie latter want the places and want them in stantcr. and se when 'the ...

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. — 3 June 1893

' FA '? iff ' t SV 1 A " 1. - f-fcft ' T fc ?...' , tf . ' WHif ' EST ' V V 'v.w , k- ,. tK (.'V, h XAYSVILLE WEATHER. irfiif ll Xnu Expect Fer the Xcxt ticcntu-feur Heuvh. THB LEDGER'S WEATHER SIGNALS. ir7il(e streamer faiii; Blue nxm or snows WlthUmcfrADOVE 'twill WAHMEH grew. H BldcVs BENEATH COLDEIl'tWlll be; Unless Dlack' shown no chunge wo'llseo. taPThe aboe forecasts ure made ter n period of thlrty-slx hours, ending at 8 o'clock te-morrow evening. .1 Hint te World' Fair 'Mtarn. A prominent citizen of Scales Mound, 111., while In Chicago, was taken with violent choleric pains and diarrheea. He took black berry brandy three or four times without re llcr. He then secured a small bettle of Cham berlain's Celic, Cholera and Dlarrhma Heruedy ami upon taking ene dese the pains disap peared and the second dese cured the dlar .rhcen. Dr. H. M. Fewler of Scales Mound Is our authority for the obevo statement. Visit ors te the World's Falrsheuld procure a2e cent bottle of thl remedy befo...

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. — 5 June 1893

wppyy" ,.1 A'y . ,, pi4m' wepif'jpyfmfrW hS - fr i i? r & r i; 1. ' r I I r A TAlllVF 1'ICTUUKS. ZIne I another of these protected pro pre duct which flhmr the lieneilceiit working of Protection. In 187B thin country pro duced only 10,833 ten of xlnc, hut Protection sunt It te B3.300 ten In 1893. In ttie meantime tlie price hi this innrket dropped from 7 te 4.03 centi it pound. -A'eu Verk Prem. THY .IT HIMSELF, 2?cie Yerk Press. If Orever Cleveland wants an object lesaen In an liicotne tax let him expurhnent with it first en his own salary. A HtEE-IKADEH. New Yerk Press. A large section of the Democratic party still refuses te bo be bo lleve that Jeffersen Davis championed a "lest cause." He was a staunch tic i -fender of Free-trade. a a, n. and q. emcAb. Milwaukee Sentinel. There is no great ihnrm in calling him C. B. and Q. Olney. .Everybody knows thai he Is an Attorney -General, but it is easy te forget that he tfitill holds another and mere lucrative position. let's have it....

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