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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 10 June 1893

IW4 7-sr nr wi :- -?w v "mTwpwfmwmmmm &' i. V iCJ ,'f V t i M Pi"' t THE LEDGER . . Is the largest ilall) Virr rlnteil In Mays vllle tuunt the mi nimis and measure their leiVtli. It kIvm you were reaJliu ciattvr than aur utlier. It ii sold at llit fame price as any iitticr Mays x Hie pi'er eat csut a tejiy or 25 ivuts a month, le!l md by car rier or suit hy wall. If you are looking ler the most ler your inenry, you rau get It lu lilt UUULK. .e Is the time te sub scribe suppose yun irlve It a month's trial. S GircnlationMere Than 1,000 Daily. Early -AND- Late Adiertisiiuj in The Lkdeer is a sales man that works early and late. He is talking te peo ple long beere your store is open and long ajter your store is closed. The Editor of The J3ullctin ought te pest himself. The se-called Sherman Silver Purcha Act was net Jehn Sherman's idea of sound finance; but it was a compromise te satiate the hydro phobia of free coinage, which meant utter ruin te everybody and everything except the...

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 June 1893

"jyt' y v;v ,ffy " ' "'"" 'n P'W'Vf'pviF "" ,'iJfl1 "" m J 'I- 'f"'w' 'f,' "jf " w1 "njpjirinAiw'i! ffFT'Ji?1 '-ft- ?-.; t MA L,i T WSL : A CALAMITY.- fFerd's Old Opera Heuse, Wash- i:, ingten, Collapses. ty . A Large Number of Government Clerks Killed and Many Injured. A Cellar Kxrnvntlen Caused the Tronlile The First I'loer ralli, nnd the Itetft ITollew Th Old Btrnctnre Had Leng A co Ilean Condemned. Washington, June 10. Ferd's old op ep op erehouso en Tenth street, In which President Abraham Lincoln was 6het, caved in Friday forenoon. It was ubed as the army and navy part of tle surgeon-general's ofllce, and fully 400 gov ernment clerks wcre in the building ut the time. The first fleer collapsed through weakness caused by excavating a cellar and in its fall carried down the ether three floors and with them hundreds of clerics. The dead und wounded are being taken out ae rapidly as possible by the firemen and police. All the ambulances in the city haw been Buininened.nnd the rescu...

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 June 1893

IIP w KfrJ K a' ' .Jsl ' r'. . TALKIES SHARES I3ST THCE1 FIFTEENTH SERIES OF THE Masen County SS1S5 Association! f NOW OPEN. ONLY biU Cfc.Nl S PER SHARE! Call en J. JAS. WOOD, President, J. F. BARBOUR, Vice-President, M. 0. RUSSELL, Secretary, R. K. HOEPU0H, Treasurer, or GEO. T. WOOD, A. M. J. COCHRAN, JOHN N THOMAS, DAVID HEOHINGER, E. W. MITOHEL, J. W. ALEXANDER, J. I. SALISBURY, Directors. ..- -. . !, .' lffiitiM TL . i : :: t x XI XI XI XI XI XI X' 2 s 2 2 11 u s s 5 FIFTEEN $15 OO COCHUAN & SONS, ATTORNETS AT LAW, CO OUT STKEET. ItO'lT. A. COCHUAN, A. . J. COCHUAN WM. D. COCHUAN, UAVS'lLLE,ur , 15! $15 001 LJL LMIxw -..- Greatest Sale of Custom-Like Tailor-Made Suits Ever Made in the State! --'r State National Bank MAYSVILLE, KY. mHEJMDING STOVE BOUSE. BIERBOWEE & CO., CUVITAC STUCK $VOO,000 SVtlT.OS 110,000 DO A GENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS. gf Ne Charge! ; :i :i t x x x x X: X X: X X X X X: X X: XI XI XI XI We give a guarantee that $25 don't buy a better Suit in any hous...

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 June 1893

rWPWWpw w? y ' wm Mr HJ"f m;j tk MS , 1 f . I iJHWHw.' f w f I i ..v Ltf , 8 ?3 ; '!) It ft ft- If fc giv ft 1" . 't Mi' ! ,W ' ' III.IHI. TAKIITF l'lCTUUKS. In 1880 the nverngewnges of empleyes In llie mniiufncturlng establishments of Lawrence, Mass., were Saai In 1800 they hml Increased te I'M 13 A'ew Ferte Press. NO USE FOIl IT. Washington Pest.Tha most pathetic case of the shadow of ofllce-seoking the man is presented by the Ohie Deniectatic gubernatorial nomination. A 000D EXAMPLE. Binghamton Republican. It would be a benefit te American seciety if the social liens would teke a cue occasionally from the Court of Madrid, instead of carrying the stupid still neck of St. James. ICONOCLASTIC. St. Leuis Olebc- Democrat. Colonel Wattcrsen declares that the mission of the Democratic party is " net te con serve, but te destroy." Very true; but the trouble is that it always wants te destroy the wrong things. a ma bonfire. Chicago Inter Ocean. li the Presby terian Church declares Dr. Hri...

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. — 12 June 1893

Wm $$$$ EC-? iffcfiP !VI. WwL !& ft- r m t j. vraAEaiitetifliv. ... ok jpnuu - nil i. i ii I. . m i , BAV, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY , , i THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOUPOIUTED. Willi a v H. Cox, Tkqxah . Davis, JVtufcfcni ' ' Vlct-PretUUnt. William n. Wadswebi u, Jr., Stcrttary and Zrrcuurrr, Themas A, Davis, ................ SVIUqr and Manager. BAUVKlT.ttlcnx AX, Att'tJSditer and Jloekktmtr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. William H. Cox, M. C. Russell, A. M. J. CecIiran, W. It. Wadswehtii, Jr., Themas A.Davis. ' iii 11 ftFVTCIV! PMt Ztdetr EuUding, JVe. JO Sail VrflVJZ TMrd Strict. . . . . . 8VBSCEIPTIOXS-IK AD VAXCE. One Year S3 00 Hlx Menth........ , ...... ....... 1 90 Ttirte Months 73 DELIVERED SI' CARRIER. Per Menth..... 33 CenU Parable te carrier at end of month. u i'ii ' 11" " ut '-vf n 111 iniBm TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason' able and viade known en application at the office. THE LEMPER . . U the largest ilatly paper printed In Mays, tllle rennt the col cel nrans and ...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 12 June 1893

y - 1j- -jp v-t- wPWTrT'yfw 3 .;,'! P TWO CHILDREN Drowned By An Insane Mether at Zanesville, 0. The Feeble-Minded Weman Then Ends Her Own Life in Like Manner. Slight betututtlc Trouble the Cmiae The Uutbend and Father Returns Frem TYerk and Finds Lercd One Aliment Letter Frem the Dead Weman. Zanebviile, 0., June 13. One of the saddest crimes that has occurred in this county for ye&rfc came te light Sunday morning. Mrs. Clara E. Weaver, aged 24 years, drowned her two children and herself 6eme time Saturday. She lived with her huabaiid, Jehn L. Weaver, n young farmer In Xowteri township, near lluckeye creek. Saturday morn ing the husband went te a corn field seme distance from home and did net return until evening. Ills wife and two children, Leuis, nged 4 years, and Chlerls Lceta, aged 0 months, were net at home when he returned, hut he did net grew uneasy until 8 or 0 o'clock, thinking they had geno te her father's. As seen us It was light Sun day morning, however, the neighbor...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 12 June 1893

W y- Lfc v? - " V f.: l 5tf r J p'. ' fc . , 1 J 'ft "V. iW ,.r IThe Editor of TheLedeeuIs net responsl respensl ble (or the opinions oxpressod by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon thooharao theoharao thoeharao ter or habits of any person will be admitted tothesecolumns.1 "Cerrwiwmknta uilt plmt send Letter se as tereaeh us net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Oit facts In (M ie words as pdfsible. We want news in thl department, and net advertising notice or political aruuments. euu agents. The following arc authorized Agents ter The Public Ledeeh In their respective local I tics: iteranburv Matthew Heffinan. Helena Rebert II. Cord. Minerva Frank W. lliuvej. Sardls B. G. Grlgsby. Orangelmre C. H. Kem. 'iirluydite C. C. Degman. Maytlick Charles Wheeler. Vancclmru Mrs. Jennie Stewart. XI. Carmel Kelly & Foxworthy. . AuaufUt Loander Tully. PcedWeseph W. Williams. BliullckSiyrinmJ. H. Hunter. Dewr Thad. F. .Moero. Subscribers will save the treuble of letter writing by paying th...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 13 June 1893

5 j-wA' , t ft fa 'V -ryS lls&3ia TAKIFF PI0TU11US. Rolling the steel itlieeU I part of tlie labor coat In mnklnp tin plate, l'er n single box the labor cost of rolling Is dents In "Wales tinil S3 -cents In this country. That Is why we nectl n tin pinto duty. It Is for the benefit of labor itrst et nil mul nbove nil. A'cic Fert Pret, MEANS TUB SAME. Washington Pest. Private Secretary Thurber speaks of " the deserts of a noble soul." But tbut is simply the Bosteucso for official pic. OOINO THE WHOLE THING. Atlanta Constitution. Undoubtedly, this (the income) tax is coming. In adopt ing England's Tariff system we must adept her taxing system. THE 8ECHET OF THE TROUBLE. Kansas City Gazette -There is plenty of money and plenty of stuff in the ceuutry, and thotreublo with business is, what is the Democratic party going te de? CAiiiNET cxnrtKsmrs. Vhicafe Tribune. A position in Presi dent Cleveland's Cabinet cemmauds a geed salary, but otherwise it is net as desirable as seme of the e...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 13 June 1893

5C TSX! w: ifr Ki t-M c . t . R- te r K ' !?' l vmmmm DAILY. KXOfilT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCORPORATED. William II. Cox, frttMcnt Themas A. Davis, VlCflTttUltnl. William It. Wadswehth, Jr., ' Seeretaru ami Trtamrtr, Themas A. Davis Editor and Manager. BAMUKLT.lIlcXMAN.4lt'IJMf(ornti(!ieoA:A(rt)r. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. W'iluaV H. Cox, M. C. Russell, A. M. J, Ceciiban, W. H. Wadu worth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. 6FFICE1Mie le,,0tr TuUiltng, A'e. 10 Salt 8VBSCRIPTI0X8-IX ADVANCE. One Yenr .... .$ 3 00 Six 31eiHln.... 1 30 Tlir-e Jfeutlis 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER, Per aieutli .....-.......... 33 Out a Payable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISEJiS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . Is the largest dally paper printed In Mars eille count the col umns and measure their lenKth. It phes you mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price as any ether !!) vllle paper one cent a ropy or 'J5 rent a mo...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 13 June 1893

I, p qfyjW?"Wj pr rwwnwi ';' " '' tjwwiywr . "i"r"w mTJiyf"'wi-jiii?w'w' !VT 9TW" v? F. . 'V , ti'L. ! 4 ft !i r 1 1 I' I. 1. "HANG HIM!" Ii " !"Yeu Are the Murderer of My Bretherl" Exciting Sceiw at the Ferd's Thea ter Inquest, Washington. Charles Uauca, Brether of One eftha Vlo Vle tlmi, Chnrjrea CeL Alnawertli With Di rect iloapenslblllty Clerks KcfUM ii. te Take the Stand With Him. Washington, June 13. "That man murdered my brother, and I pretest against his intimidating thews wit nesses.'1 This remark, followed almost imme diately by a scene of wild confusion in which baths were shrieked by angry and cxclted men, caused an early post ponement Monday of the inquest begun by the deputy coroner of the district te ascertain who was responsible for the fearful accident en Friday in the build ing occupied by the clerks in the rec ord and pension division of th war department The remark was made by Charles Bains, a well known real estate man whose brother was killed in Friday's disast...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 13 June 1893

ffyiw t -nil liitdturi aifimii inn in i i 1Tiarlin Tii m niM iinMli' h.mi.iMiii'. Jt 0m i '. . A.- i im! tlV J J';C ' tv. ' w,: , w v tv- ,'I ifs ' 't ilu '(I ! - O - Uu PJ- ESV - Jetti " w.. if w . IThe Editor of TnE Ledeeh Is net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing rellcctlng upon thocharao thecharao thocharae tor or habits of any person will be admitted te tbese celumns.1 tvCorrupeiuttutt will please send Letters se astereach us net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Give fact In as few words as possible. We want ixtrs in thts department, and net advertising notices or velitieal arguments. OUK AGENTS. The following are authorized Agents for The Public Ledeek In thelr respective local lecal ities: Aleranburg Matthew Heffman. Helena Uobert II. Cord. ititit rva Frank W. Hawcs. Sartlls II. Q. Grlgsby. Oraniclnxra C. It. Ress. . SvrinedaleC. C. Dcguuin. Maysllck Charles Wheeler. Vancelrutv Mrs. Jennie Stewart. i!t. Carmcl Kelly & Foxworthy. Augusta Lean...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 14 June 1893

SiPllw if' .' i . . Nt- i v; fS v , If V ( V r. t A D." p i ' ?J f te - . & fcTC ?te N 4JT I l' t : ': ' f " 'A &!? TAUIFli PICTUKKS. Br Ornnulnteil mignr cent 10.80 M ' I cents n pea'kil In 177. Iul8U31tiiveniKe(l 4.35 cents n pound. This Is tee clump te suit die Free-trader, se he jiropeses te roplnce the Tnrllftnx upon It. iVeu Verk Prea. DEAD niOUT. Lancaster Qazctte.lhe Republican state ticket and platform ure newx bofero the pcople of Ohie. They cannot be matched or beaten by anything the Democracy can bring forward. Te the disappointment and grief of our friends, the cnemy the Convention was a grand one, aud transacted its business with ilawlcss harmony and dispatch, while the demonstrations of zeal aud en thusiasm came up te the mark of the party's most triumphant campaigns. With corresponding spirit and the necessary vigilance aud work en the part of Republicans throughout the state, the Democracy of Ohie is liable te be still wero grievously astonished in Novembcr....

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 14 June 1893

& w. & ,p 1 ' , r , r tfi 9 ? Z1 PX t. r jV w ?x V",j w. fr-lPMBftw DAILY. EXOEIT SUNDAY, BY . TfiiS PUBLIC LEDGER CO. isconreHAitt). William H, Cox, Themas A. Davis, jrrMiltnt I'lce-IYeiidtnt. William II, Wadswehth, Jr., Sterttary and Trtaiurtr. Themas A. DAVIh .; Editor and Manager. Ut.itVXl.T.lllCKMAS, Ait't Editor and Boekk(tvr. BOARD OT DIRECTORS. WillUm It.Cex, M. C. Rl'SSKLL, A, M. J, COCHItAN, "W. II. AVADSWOIITII, Jr., THOMAS A. Davik. OtflfTHK ""e Udgir TuUding, A'e. 10 Salt , 6UBSCRIPTI0X8-IX ADVANCE. One Yenr ... ... . ... 83 oe Mix Menth............... 1 SO Tbrre Menthi 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per 3Ieuth........................,.,2.l Cent Payable te carrier nt 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 Viper printed In Mars vllle count tbe rel uuins and measure their length. It plves you mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the fame price a 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. — 14 June 1893

jpw y',-'iap'yyf ?w4ff!Mj 'f yf " 55rs bfaPpfiyg'T ''atusErw D fTWr fe V. l f A SUDDEN RUSH iXTtArtl-rf n T? f 4f On win ors' RQylewhig Stand. , m , Elevcn Women Rescued in Various Stages of Injury. Full Net Over Ten Feet, Hut the Ajrfjre- Cation of. ChalriileftrdivlAll' lint. Fans nnd Men Was Enough te Muke Oufl'B Hulr Stand On End. t Cincinnati, June 14. A terrible ca tastriphe was narrowly averted at the close of the grand parade of the Shrin " ere Tueeday night. An the lest delegation of the uni formed Nobles passed the big review ing and ladies' stand en Hace street, between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, there Was a tremendous rush of several thousand of the fair sex te get away and cress Washington park te Music hall, where they might wit ness the closing fcstlvltles of the night. The reviewing stand was a block lu length, constructed of pine material, and arranged se as te have six rows of seats, In tiers, one above the ether. The cheers of the Indies for the Shrin ers as t...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 14 June 1893

ft 1 k I . ' phr' ' v -!- tW- T-AJECEJ SHARES I3ST THE FIFTEENTH SERIES OF THE Masen County BUILDING; Association ! AND- SAVING NOW OPEN. ONLY 3Q CENTS PER SHARE! Call en J. JAS. WOOD, President, J. F. BARBOUR, Vice-President, M. 0. RUSSELL, Secretary, R. K. H0EPLI0H, Treasurer, or GEO. T. WOOD, A, M. J. COCHRAN, JOHN N. THOMAS, DAVID HEOHINGER, E. W. MITOHEL, J. W. ALEXANDER, J. I. SALISBURY, Directors. . . '.-' Nk !A t :-. '4' s ?., V ffc. IV " '. 9 ' (The Editor of The Ledeeii Is net rosponsl responsl rospensl bio for the opinions expressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend ents: but nothing reflecting upon tlie charac ter or habits of any person will be admitted te these columns.! MrCorrwpeiideiit unll plcie tcntl Letter te at tarcachu tint later than S o'clock a. m. G(r fact) in a few word a jxidctelc We want new in tht dejxirlmenl, and net advcrtUlna notice or political iirjumrnt. OUH AGENTS. The following are authorized Agents for The I'uulic Ledeeii in thetr rospectlve loc...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 15 June 1893

5;- : in (.':? Slte&jM:l ' .DAira-. ':' ' hewit-stands, j TAltirF PICTUKES. lleclpruclty Increased the vnlue of. the Oibnn mnrket (or Amurtcnn tirendstuff tliirlut; the pnst yenr from SH12,012 te 3,03iLB3fl Our farmer vqrn tlie principal bcuulicln rle of this Increase, if tic lwrrw. UNUSUAL PROVOCATION. Augusta Chronicle. A Chicago mes sealer boy was seen running the ether tiny. lie had just stabbed his companion, NATUIIE ATTENDING TO 1IU81NESS. Cincinnati Tribune. Meney inay be tight and collections slew, but the corn in the fanner's Holds Is fairly humping itself te make up for lest time. iueiit you Ann. Cemma eial Gazette. The sooner the Silver Purchase act is repealed thu better it will be for the finances of the United States. Its intent was te increase the voluuie of currency; its effect has been te 'decrease it. Rich as this Natien is, piospcreus as it is, it cannot afford te bear the sliver burden much longer. YUM ! YUM 1 Indianapolis Journal. The Charleston Jfewt and Co...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 15 June 1893

? m tr vr X f' ?, m - - & r ulS" ti 7, . k rV. L ' i k ", y?. j . DAILY. EXCEPT, SUN'DAY, BY , THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOltrOllATLD. WILUAM II. COX, - TlIOllA A. Davis, IfeiUlent Vlce-J'rtiUltnt. William H. Wadiweuth, Jr., Stcrttan; anil Trtmunr. Tiieif as A. Davis, Rllter and itnnagtr. BkHVKl.T.lllCKVAll, Ait'tRdltoratulBeokktcvrr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Willi a It. Cox, M.C. Rufsxll, A. M. J. COCHBAN, W. II. WADbWOUTJt, Jr., TIIOMA8 A. OAVM. nVJfTfV Public Ztilgtr PulUUng, .Ye. 10 Rail tffJO-fl Thlrtl Htrttt. . . . . . aVBSCRIPTI0X8-IX AD VAXCR. One Tenr .......... . .... -. 83 00 Sir Months 1 80 Three Meulin - 73 JSLIVRRD BY CARRIER. Per Menth ... '2.1 Cent Payable te carrier at end of mouth. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . H the largest tUlly paper Jirlutf J In Mays vllle teunt the rol rel unius ami measure their lenst h. It gives )nu mure reading nntter than any ether. It Is sold at the same ...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 15 June 1893

WIS?!" W I11" glJS!i'IP,l'",?"lj -?vf?,',,ll M J'V EH y . , " J" - RS-- i t MANIAC MOTHER ' She Makes Way With Four of Her Little Ones. Twe Thrown Inte a Well and Twe Given Deses of Poison. A Daughter's Ilorelo Struggle te Prevent thu Tragedy Entled In Uie Weman Tnk Infs Her Own Life nor Other Chil dren All Hun lrer Tbulr Uve. PAiiKKiisnune, W.Va., June IB. Mrs. PhlUp Kerch, tlw wife of a well-to-de farmer near Pleasant XI111, killed hor her 6clf nnd four ehildreu, and tried te kill the rest of the family. Pleasant Hill is en the Northwestern pike, sixteen miles from this city. On tills reed lived Kerch, tv prosperous German farmer, his wife Kntherine, and eiffht children, the eldest of whom, Mellie, was 17. Mr. and Mrs. Kerch had lived there for about sixteen years, nnd moved there from Ohie. Tlwy had a farm of one hundred acres, with horses and cows and plenty of everything te live en. Fer seme time Mrs. Kerch has been very melancholy, und frequently said that she was afraid she w...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 15 June 1893

n ' V m m v & w tJf :.v rM . c it" .. rc JPtfca Pc ' Dr, Wllllataa's Indian Flle Olntraeut will eure bllnd.bloedlntfand Itching piles when nil ether olttments bave fulled. Hen. Judge v. p. Coens, Maysvllle, Ky says: "I huve sutrored for years with Itching piles, ami have used many roincdles. I bave used Or. Williams's Indian I'lle Ointment and been cured, vrhlle every ether remedy baa failed." Every box laivnrranted. Sold by druggists, or sent by mail en rccelpl of prlce, fifty cents and fljpcr box. Williams M'r'a Ce., Preps., ' Cloveland, 0. Fer sale b J. C. Pecer, wholesale ahd re tail druggist. 'Tub Aberdeen nnd Hlggluspert base ball clubs play a match gauie te-day at the former place. Half Rat e Exctirttleitn. The popular half rate excursions te Cincin nati overy Monday via the 0. and O. Hallway will be ro-cstnbHshetl for the summer en June 15th. Tickets from Huntington and interme diate stations will be geed only en train Ne. 17 en Mondays and returning en train Ne. 18 the ...

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. — 16 June 1893

g'-',f'"fl'JWPl'1 p , ' ti T t7 t. egOTm TAUXFF I'lCTUUES. Print cloths sold lit 4.30 rent n yard In 1818 when the Froc-trnde Tariff ttegnii te get in It work. In twelve jenr the price lind risen te n.44 cents n yn.nl. Hut since then Protection brought print cloth down te 2.00 cents n ynrd, their uvernge price In 1801. Xew YerkPitM. L10UT ON THE SILVER QUESTION. Commercial Gazette. Tbe statement published showing Senater Carlisle's practical observation en the silver ques tion is of interest, inasmuch as It throws ft great deal of light en this subject. It -appears that under the Bland Act and the se-called Sherman Purchase Act there have been coined nearly five hundred millions of standard silver dollars. Of these net less thau oue hundred millions are in actual circulation, and the re mainder am deposited in the United -States Treasury. In addition, there is a large amount et bullion purchased by the United States Government also en jiepeslt. It is found that the net less en bulli...

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