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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 17 May 1892

'jfe .,V ! " ) IV Pit J . 4 J Jft-W. A F-3W f JYfJSWl V I. r t S r r, CI 4" ' A- 9 tfRjb I h PPtTOHTf'MU'W1' M I '4 lifflyfftwfrmftr FIRST YEAK. KENTUCKY WEATHtiK REPORT. What We May Expect Between This Time nnd Tomorrow Evening. t it" U. S. Weathf.h Buiif.au. ) Washington. D. C, May 17 1892. f Special te Tnt Pdduc Ledeeii. v pair and slightly warmer. taTThe above forecasts are made for a period of thirty-six hour, ending at 8 o'cleok te-morrow evenlnir.' - TEET V8 rACES. We step "our perfecting press Just long enough te glve this extract from u sermen by the Ht v. Wilis. Hays, D. I).: ' 01 lovely woman, can't eli see That while yeu're trying men te plense, Tlmt when you pull jour dresses buck It makes em baggy at the knees? And when you lift jour skirts se high Te wude across the muddy street. Yeu knnjr that mun will east un eje Net at j-eur faces, but )-our ftet. persona? Meaiier. t3BJ yim have frlnuU vMUng son, or If u flreuiifiiauvriDH a visit, please drop us a note te that tffe...

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 May 1892

IN .kti i A rf rt sy T- i7M r-u A :T S . ? fir-' B "" C B. !,'-i l-ctujer. DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY. HY IfcHHI fe THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William II. Cox, lttitiknt TlIOM A. TUVIi, VicfPrtsUlrixt. William II. Waphwerth, Jr., ittary imil Trraturrt. Tiiemah A. Davis Eiltter amt Xanaetr. SAMl'KLT.IICKVAN..It'(iAI(ernii'l llanKKt rprr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS William II. Cox, M. C. llrssi ll, jV. M. J. Ceciikak, W. II. Waunw uhtii, Jr.. Themas A. Davis. tWTCV Pitbtie lAiXatr Building, Xe. 10 Eatt Third ilritt subscriptiexs-ix advaxce. One "nr.. $3 DO Mix Months. ... 1 30 Thr Jlenthn...... ............. 75 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Vrr Menth ...- . .23 Crnli Payable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform ami reason able and made known en application at the efflce. IN HOC SIGNO YINCES. A decision between the policies of Protection and Free-trade should in no wise be Influenced by considerations of sentiment or theory. The question pre- Protection sented must be de- and Bus...

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 May 1892

mm fWWP,?llWff3 ft 5 t. " t Man, Wife and Child Shet Down Frem Ambush. Twe of Four Men in the Assailing J Party Killed. ' Nene of the Dead Lived te Tell Their Tale Tlie Head of the Family Has Ilccn . Considered a Dangerous Ainu .Tlie AOUIr la a Mystery. ' Bie Stene Gap, Va., May 17. News reached here Inte Monday afternoon, from Pound Gnp, a Binall pfaee about r twenty-flve miles northwest of here, ' near tlw Kentucky line, of the terrible murder of flve persons committed from ambush. Three men, one woman, and ( ene child were the victim of tills awful crime, viz: Ira Muilins, wife and child, Wilsen Mullinsand Jehn Chapel Moere. Ira Midline and family were riding along, when, without any warning whatever, they were fired upon by a party from behind a large rock. Twe ether men were with Muilins when fired upon, but they escaped, and have net been scen since about an hour after the sad affair. Nene of the dead lived te tell their tale. This Ls a very mysterious affair, ns no one knows ...

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 May 1892

- ,j v"1. rj" -J? Mm.'. i v u- & 4 W it 0.UBJ DAILY (7zw$ The Editor ir Tiik t,Kt)f!i:it l net resi oni eni oni bie for the oplulein expresed bj Correspond cnts: but nothing telleeting upon tbochiime ter or habits of any person "III be admitted te these celumu.l OL'lt AOKNTS. Tlii following ure authorized Agents for The Puut.teLKiHiuit in tliclr r spectlve local ities: Merahuiy Mm tt lien Iletfuuiu. llcltna Uotiert II. Coid. MinrrV'i Frank W. lliiwcs. ixinU It. O. arl(iby. Omuvehuiv Q. it. Iless. SnriiwUtleV. C. fWnian. Maysllck--Charles Wlicclw . Vmicebuiv Mr. Jennie Stewait. JUt. Cttrnut Kelly Koxwertliv. tuiw(i Loander Hilly. Pd Jesenli W. Williams. Subscribers will sae tlie trouble of letter- writing1 by paying tliclr subscriptions te tne Agent at their place. W"CVrrw)iidnU trill plcaxe send Letter e at te t each us net later than 0 o'clock a. m. O.re fact fit n few wartl cm possible. We want news In this department, anil net advertising notices or political arvumentf. Cern ...

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 May 1892

1 WfT'P' V? u- afe yl' ,- - -: .is3:.'. J iaui.-,r-' fit w t i ft r i sri a l mhIat - fiV' '3fr . 8, i 'jJLXa . ' ! j 0 m u" AYiflBl V " " "y yggLiu 's-uj-g -- .g. . - ...!-. ... , , . , -i- . ii.. i i - t ' -- TJ .ftw i k wac a. . IJttblfc FIEST YEAR. Our Tramp Around .SOAP CERTIFICATE KENTUCKY WEATHER ItEl'OHT. ' What We May Kxpect Between This Time anil To-nierrow Evening. ' U. 8. Weather Bureau. ) Washington. D. C. May 17 1892. f apedal te The Puiiuc Lrdeek. Showers; slightly cooler. t3TThe abeve forecasts ure made for a period of thlrtr-slx hours, endimr at 8 o'clock te-morrow ovenlntf. In the nbMMice or tlie edit t OurKeut' tieeti ttiinilnir riot, And as the devil cornered him He whlpircd mi tlieqi let: "Thnt I, wis count) ' 'Otii lnnd' Thnt w at hunir upon the 'Wall' In tlie Democratic pew-wnw Cun be withered that Is nil." t pereaaf MeniTer. pr y lmve fri'iulii virtttnu vw, ' if ( i cfilny auvii mi i p(M, )Iai lrii) u a note id uuu CBtCl. Miss IjuIh II est i vlsitini; her sis...

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. — 18 May 1892

iidlBeSSHHHHHHHHMHHHHKlA9B3RBB7mHHSB9HHME! i'r IS ' S yds. calico 2 fiO An item of credit is found that sug gests the rate of wages for transient la bor in a community of farmers, viz, "one half day's work, 25 cents." In the iNiuitf region new mu cnuiipesi mrm in ler is $1 per day, and 1 75 in harvest. cents, 1 day's work would purchase a yard of calico. New an hour's work in haying or har vest time would buy at least 2 yards of calico. If a farmer need a garden hoe, he could possibly buy one, with veal at 3 cents per pound at retail, for 33 pounds of veal, unless the dealer should demand i a wholesale rate for purchase of meats I timtfinil nf hnrter thnt lirnmloeil hlin nn profit. New a smaller quantity of veal would sufllce te purchase a half mWx- vM H Mil i4 K .itmZL mWM m JA Wltli farm later at 50 Hi Kf: DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY Hi THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO: I fflm ft . fry i'"" William II. Cox, Tiiemam a. Davis. HP', te J'ltililint t'ife-l'rtihUnt. MBPt "- raBtJ ?i William II. Wadmw...

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. — 18 May 1892

r wr , r- '! .'Ai in tfjl 'rW' '1"- mB ? - v. .& S w. 4 ; -"f 1 "i , .-.. vt1 i'l I? ' 1 V-' '' . fl&r I r t v PT-NDER WATER. ''Tour Hundred Square Miles Ad jacent te St. Leuis H Submerged, and Fifteen'Hundred Fam ilies Without Hemes. The Situation Orews Mere Serious With Kneh Heur Main SunVirlnfr In the Amer ican Ilottecn and en Mlmnuri Point Feed and Shelter Asked Fer. St. Leuis, May 18. Instead of 1m- j&;; proving, tbe local flood filUiutlen grows '. mum eciiuun wjivii I'licu nuur. &.., water Is still rising, with no imiuodtate prepect of a fall Ruins the past forty- eight hours, with mere threatened, will net only keep tle river from falling but add every hour te lt height. Conser vative estimates new plneu the area under water In tins section Immediately - surrounding St Leuis, en both sides of the river, at four hundred square miles 7 of fertile lands, the depth being two te .twenty feet Fully 1,500 families In . this area have, left their homes with yf-fy 4. -...

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. — 18 May 1892

L ' V' TiinwinT mmmmmmmiBWT? BBS Mr X1 fern ., v OUFU - zl tK m0A JMB,.J fsrw KiHflik . iaV X. FUbO EfRSBElSifM -am IThe Editor of Tiik Ledeeu Is net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon thu charao charae charao ter or habits of any person will he admitted te these columns.! ' "'tit AOENTS. The follewliu are authorized Agents for , The Puut.ic Leimihk In their respective local lecal ities: Meranhurg Matthew Heffman. Helena llobert 11. Cord. Mluerra Prank W. Huu'cs. Sanlis II. 0. Orlgsby. Orangthuru C. It. ltess. SpringdalcC. C. Dcgtnun. JfiIIWf Charlrs Wheeler. Vmirelmrv M rs .letinle Stewurt. Aft. Cartnel Kellr Fex worthy. AitQMUi Leander Tully. Peed Jeseph vr. Williams. Subscribers will kute the treuble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent lit their pluce. "Crrwjwik)if Kill ilcasc semi Letter se as tereathtu riot Inter than On' chick a. m. G vr facts in as few words an isisslhle. We uimf news tn thin dejxir...

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. — 19 May 1892

S80T!!!!E!",l9IMmi,Ml 'BBTflPf . i - . ii , i i i - , J- - i i " MW P' J tf i Jfcd&fiiHSfrtftbA. ' T "WEDONIA" IS A'POSTe'fFICE: ' A DISASTER. . r It'Our :e "... t I I M v' ,- .v. r '4f 4. 1- I 4 3 '..aT'-i 'd .. Ut IS B I I II I II ft&JKKlrA ft MJHKz PV1 if I I I I I I Wliat Can l,e I,,,ne i'r Personal Effert. IS mwwr ww WtmWatmlXfBSSt Jm mft VrmTly Applled ft 5 . ; ML IZPffifcttXiTV ft jC,.CTBLHWft I JmJ A Wall H Bit V H I rvnat,.IIBWa WBB B H .'imi - "Hr X B ft T FIRST YEAR. I ' If . , JSm CERTIFICATE ?KlSJS22!!y . tfjf J m KENTUCKY WEATHER REPORT. i TMJH I IMP. fSgag'ITW.Cr'- . ..,,-,, , . :,,; .What We Mey Expect Between This Time v-wV and Te-morrow Evening. U S. Weather Bureau. ) Washington. D. C. liny 10 1802. C, 8 pedal te The Public Ledekb. Showers, followed by fair weather i tyThe alwre forecasts are rondo for a period of thirty-six hours, emllnir at 8 o'elock te-morrow evcnlrwr. hope prm.tes RTBUNAL. The plHjsDmeSprlnir is here nt Inst, Ami (roil) the utielf en hi...

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. — 19 May 1892

jti -: -w,i A M 6A. H W .V . m is t-' kfc m- Pillissi c DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William ir. Cox, JYefierit Themah A. Dami, tct-PrcMktent. William It. Waiwwubih, Jr., Stcrflary und Trenturrr. Themas A. Davis. Edllei and Manager. 8xhvki.T.JUckmas, Aii't Edlterand 1oeUcerirr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. William II. cex, M. C. llessi ll, A, If. J, C'flcilRA.v, W. It. Wadkwuhtii, Jr.. Themas A, Davis. OFFICE- .Ptiblle Isdgtr Sulldlnp, -Ve. 10 Eatt Third StrttX SUHfiCRIPTJOXS-IA' A D VA .VGA. One Year .... Nix Months. ......... Three 9IenUiK... DELIVERED BY CARRIER. 83 00 I 30 7 Per Menth . , . 33 Cent 1'ftVRble te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application dt the office. w&m38& .yif-'i-s iv ." i i u -sx.n.:. i .' V RfiPnuTjrtfrtJvfeAl v V.'fcT'- T-mC- . -mtS-4 ' .md:E.ArniuiJ."v-l l i. c -. -??' -rj-j&7Z, 'V i-iV" IN HOC SIGNO VtXCES. Republicans who earnestly desire the prosperity of the Sou...

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. — 19 May 1892

1 . r t. 7fT FJ ..1 VT&m&Kswv". f . - , ' mramim " CONDENSED NEWS V Gathered (ram Alt rafts of th Oeantry by Telegmph. j Repert of revolution in Uenclurtut are ffreatly exaggerated. Carthquaku uheclcs have beca felt at PeDanj and Sumatra, Council Illufra, la., Is troubled with a "" serious railway washout. ' .. Prof. J. 0. Sehurmau was Wednesday - elected president of Cernell university. , Dr. B. II. Hyatt has been appointed petiblen exumtuing surgeon at Dela 1 ware, 0. White Caps in Sevier county, Tcnn., . Viffet the worst of itr-enc killed, two ' wounded. ' The archbishop of Paris has written te the pope Joyfully accepting the papal i, , policy toward France, thus ending all , dlsscntlen. . The great liewinun dyke in East St. Leuis is new under water. All railroad .yards are flooded, Including the freight depots. The .Shelton boy of Clarksburg. W. Va who has no bones In his arms or legs, will be placed en exhibition in a dime museum as a freak. Winnie Smith, an Indianapoli...

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. — 19 May 1892

ri "M ? R N I r ' '!- j,j 'V RV 55--v i IThe Editor of Tiik I.Kiianu Is net rospoul respoul rospeul blo for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon the churae churae ter or habits of any person will be admitted te these eelumns.1 our AUKvrs. The following ure mithorized Agents for The Puulic Luuerh In their respective local lecal ities: Jluntnbuiv Matthew Heffman. s Helena Itebcrt H. Cen!. II Incrvfl Frank W. Haucs. Sanlit D. 0. GriHShy. Omngeburu C. It. Kis. Surfiwtalc C. C. Degtniin. Afataifcfc Chnrlrs heeler. Vtuiceburv .Mrs Jennie Stewart. jilt. GanncI Kelly A Foxuerthy. lupl(i- Leander 1'tilly. , Pccd-Jeseph W. Williams. Subscribers will sure the treuble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place. V"Cerrtiii)niUittii will ilcate, cml Letter te as tereaclt tut net later than So'cleck a. m. Give taett in a few vnml as pemlM. We uanl news in thi department, iiruf net advcrtltlng notices or Uttinl argument. XOI.LESllOH...

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. — 20 May 1892

P75 '. r' , - . t tiAmriw - HZ MMMItmHHMHMHMMmi 1 A 'HURRICANE. Here lies the Bedy of Samna Truman 'Marsha.!., wife of Themas Mahhiiam,. Gkn- 1 Stlkman, and daughter of Cewsuii j Themas Marshal, Gentleman, and Hcsannah bis wife. ; About the Isle of France, Indian Ocean. in' the I i 4 j i . .. T i i i i -J tOtIMMlH "A l li 'if V n- v 'V iv 14 u 1 . ' FIRST YEAH SPSSSE. fM6'iC. At&tujf iptay J(EX TUCKY WEATHER REPORT. V What We May Expect llehveen This Time anil Te-morrow Evening. u. S. Weatiirk Bureau. ) Wabuinoten. D. C. May 20 1802. f Special te Tub Public Ledeku. Generally fair. DP"Tbe 01)00 forecasts hte mode for a period of thirty-six hours. enittiifr nt 8 o'clock te-morrow ercnlnir. AIIT MOIIK THAN IIKAKT. Yenncr Jcnkln loved the fair Miss Jebbs, With leve se full and deep. With lore se beundleM una se tilv Twiis mere than he could keep. Se down he pepped upon his knees, The rerveut tale te tell: And fast, tee, heat the maiden's heart Beaiufe sbe loved blm well. Dutln n vol...

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. — 20 May 1892

4.r v. .v y; . T tV te H . 8-; I-. 'if i. t-r 5 . ffegreilfltf tmvA. DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY. UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. Wjlliam 11. Cox. Thomax a. Davis. Prtsldtnt Vt'f-Prftdnit. William II. Waiwwiiiitii, Jr., Utertlary tnd Truurrr. Themas A. Davis. Editor and Manager. SamcblT. Hickman. .uViAWernmt Roekkttprr. BOARD Of DIRECTORS. William it. Cox. M. C. ItrsrLL, A". M.' J. Cochran. W. h. Wahmvertii, Jr.. Thomax A. Davix. nVVTCV Public J.tdgtr Building, .Ve. 10 EnU vrriisn Third strttt SUBSCRIPTIOXS-IX A D VA XCE. Out! Yr . . . 83 00 Nix Menth......... 1 SO Three Menth...., 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth -...S3 t'enta Payable te carrier nt end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. SIGNO YINCES. S.' Q. HilliS will be our next State Senater if the Republican party will .exert It's strength. The Democrats can not bring out there vote. Senators Lindsay and Mulligan have told the Legislature te its face or .in its 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. — 20 May 1892

fl j -T ijH i'V' nr: f'r. t?: r , y i SSI ' i2 .J i t K Sri EARTHQUAKE. Tremendous Shaking-Up Trans-Caucasia. in 4Meajjer'' Details, But Three Villages ' Known te Have Been Destroyed, ., Twenty-evei Persons Known te He Killed and n Large Ifnmncr or Others In- Jurel The Selamlc Disturbance Were of an Appalling Nature. Odkbsa, May 20. Dispatches have been received here telling' of a catastro catastre ,phe caused by an eurthquake in Trans Caucasia. , Only rneager details' of the calamity .have as yet been, learned, but it is known that three villages near the fortified town of Erivan, ou the Zenghl, have been destroyed, and that twenty seven persons have been killed and a large number of ethers injured. The seismic disturbances were of an uppalllngcharactcr, the vibrations being se heavy that the most solid buildings in the places affected by the quake were shaken from their foundations, and sent crashing te the enrth. The inhabitants rushed terrified from 1 their tottering homes, only...

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. — 20 May 1892

L' Tt f . L4 tfr a W if Oupj The Editor of Tun Ledueh ls net roipensl bio for the opinion .pressed by CorrcsiKind CerrcsiKind cnts: but nothing rcllectlng upon tlie ohnrac ehnrac ohnrac ter or hahlta or any person will be admitted te these coin mns.l OUR AUKNTS. ' The following nre authorized Agents fur The Punt.ie Ledekk In their rospeetle local lecal ities: Memnbutil Matthew IlelTinun. Helena Rebert II. Cord. Minticn Frank V. Hawcs. Sartlis II. G. OrtKshy. OranutbtuyV. K. Ress. SvrlntiilttfeC C. fipcnmn. Mayfltck Churli-i Wljceler. Vancebut-v Jlrs. Jomile Stewart. Mt. Carmcl Kelly A Fotwerth) . Auynsta Loander Tully. Feed-Jeseph W. Williams. Subscribers will shte the trouble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te t d Agent at their place. WQunwi indent will plea send Letters at tereach us net later thanOo'clech a. m. G-v fact in as fete words us jhmwIMc. Il'e want news in this dcpirtmcU, iml nut advetttslug notices or political atyument. Several farmers are setting out...

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. — 21 May 1892

w ttitT t- t w ,' ' , . -J' VT "v L fvr -. IE . MM ' -tH x1 -''' " "" " T ' -. - h; -sti 'v -y wv . 3 IP fc vv ' i "K IM 5' I-. T 'V7f &A : r , 'SI I'K !''v.l IU i"l 3k fsP jms!h' WE public FOIST YEAR. Our Tramp Around -SOAP CEflTIFlCATE KENTUCKY WEATHER REPORT. What We .May Expect Between This Time and Te-morrow Evening. U. S. Weathkii IIuiieau, s- Washington, d. u., amy si, iw: 02. f Special teTiiK Public Ledeek. " Light showers. pyThe ,nbove forecasts ure made for n -.period of thirty-six hours, emllnir nt 8 o'clock te-morrow evenlnir T11K FIK3T FI.Y OF BUMMEK. 'Tin the first tlr of summer Cemes buzzing nlenc, All Its million companions Will come luter en. Ne beast of Its kindred, Ne tnseet Is nltfh Tonsseclatowltb It This one lonely fly. I'll net leave thee, thou lone one, 'f?ts , Te lay nil tny egg . S I'm en te your system, ,, v Yeu're en your last legs. ft-- Thusgently I scutter ' i, , Tbe powaer around, W" And seen In the dustpan ?fc Thy bedy'll be found. 'v' - Se seen m...

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. — 21 May 1892

n ,- t if- vsa-i - 7y. tvy l --CI? . .3mL t i PltEifj0et ' ' DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William II. Cox, Tiiema A. Davis, J're$titent Viee-J'rtiiJent. Williau II. Wadswekth, Jr., Secretary amj Trtaturt r, Themas A, Davis. . ..Editor ami Manager. 8AVUELT, Hickman. Ait'tJbltterand Bookkeeper. BOARD OP DIRECTORS. William H. Cox, K, C. ItrnKia, A. M. J. COCHKAV, W. II. WAIWYOHTJI, Jr., .. , ; - TlIOMAH A. pAVIs, OFFfflH!pUe iietr Suiuina. Jfe. 10 lUtu uirVJy Third Street , n 8U&1CRIITI0X9-IX A D VA XCE. Yr . ...... . S3 00 Nix JIentli.,.. .......... 1 30 JThre 31entli...,,. ,. 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth .................... ...83 Cent Payable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able, and. made known en application at the office. IN HOC SIGNO VINCES. ExjOVERNOn CAmpbeix of Ohie says: "A fighting Democracy always wins." It didn't seem te de it in 180H52. WiTil a bill adopted which provides pensions for" ft certai...

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. — 21 May 1892

A,.- 5 v' ' v f ffif lit ', - i ' TfT' A Ttftfi APPALLING. r OVer a Thousand Lives Lest in the Mauritius. X . . L I I Six Hundred of the Victims Residents of Pert Leuis. lest of,TJieKllloJ Were pf the Labering Clau Onp-Tbird of tlie Capital City Destroyed by Uie Rarthquake Many People. Were Injured. Londen; May St-Ilaren de Wdnns, parliathcntiiry' secretory of he colonial office,' rfead a teJcirrain In the house of :r eemm6ns this afternoon fully conflrjn cenflrjn 'VTj. Ing the terrible! disaster at Mauritius, ,' many facta coeoeralng' which wcre told in these dispatches of Thursday and Friday morning. This dispatch read by f ' Baren de Worms Bays that one-third of ' the capital city, Iert Leuis, was de- streyed. Among the buildings were the " I Royal college and twenty-four churches. ; ' t Many sugar mills in the country wcre y completely demolished, and tltc valu y aele machinery cmyleyed budly dam- ) aged. , . ,It is known that in tlie city of 1'ert , , ' Leuis alone six hundred ...

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. — 21 May 1892

;r.i f V t If I' wy :..- rar Tart ' t-cIl' f ;"- : ?;; "v1. 1 ", ' ,?v , r . - ' fc f ' i7 LMUIM r iMMiMtl M. lilA iifcill) I ill II I If ht- u vL n l m OURli IThe Editor or Tun Lkdekh isnet responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon tlie churac ter or habits of any person will be admitted te these columns.! eun AUKXTS. ' Tlie following nre mitlierizcd Agents fur Tiii: Public Ledehh In tliclr respective local lecal ities: Meranhurc Matthew Heffman. Helena Hubert II. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hawes. Sardls II. G. Grlgby. Orangeburg C. U. Hess. Sprtneiinle C. C. tk'sman. .Visllcfc Charles Wheeler. Vawteuru Mrs. Jennle Stewart. lit. Carmel Kelly & Foxworthy. Augusta Lc n ml or Tully. Pcoi-Jeseph W. Williams. Subscribers will eae the trouble of letter writing' by paying their subscriptions te the Agent nt their place. teVCnrrefiMtulentii will rilcase teiul Litter se a te reach us net Inter than 0 o'clock a. tn. (llrt fact in as few word as j...

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