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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 16 June 1893

BwT t .1 H' M. sv a fcft vmfcm" DAILY. KXOEIT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOlirOItATEU William II. Cox, JltiUnxt Tueuar A. David, I'leeiYrilifenf. William II. WausWiirth, Jr., Heritor) ami lYraturtr. Themas A. Davis,... Editor and Manae'r, BAMtiBLT, Hickman, .4u'!JwI(7erniit BoeKkttvrr, t. BOARD OT DIRECTORS. JV , WILL). It. Cox, M. C. HDRSKLL, ' A, A. M.J. Cochran, W H. Wadswebtii, Jr., VXr-LlJ-E. Third Street. . . . . . subscriptions- advance. One Year .. ... gJ 00 fill Mouths . .. 1 50 Ttire 3!enth. .................................. 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Meuth. ,. M CeuU Favable te carrier at end et month. TO ADVERTISEES. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and math known en application at the office. THE LEM1ER . . In the largest dally paper printed In Mays tillc teunt the rn. nuins and mrasnre their length. It gives you mere reading matter than any ether. It is fold at the tame prlre a any ether Jlajn Title piper one rent a ropy or 25 rent a mouth, delUered...

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. — 16 June 1893

vy? uy w,i.,f' 3 ' "'iC w jf" te .; I li ,r "i 4 II TaVI H fi ffi. V w1 ! V aMMMBMMMMBMBMMMMBBMMMMaBMMWWBMMIBMWSWtMMaMala IT THE INQUEST W ' f l'Te Fix the Ferd Theater Disas ter Responsibility. L'V. ' The Testimony of Experts Makes It v Almncf, Nnm;ssirv fnr the .Inrv Te Held Beth Cel. Ainsworth wid Con tractor Dant AoeouiitnMefor tlieDentlis or thn Clcrka Indictment for Mnu. L. slaughter Will rreb.ilily Fellow. Washington, June 10. The coro ner's inquest te lis the responsibility for the disaster at the Ferd's theater building, occupied by the records and pensions division of the war departr inent, was Anally started Thursday and proceeded until 6 o'clock Thursday afternoon when an adjournment was taken until Friday. The same jury that began the Inquiry with Deputy Corener Schaffer, before the courts de cided that official had no authority in the matter, was utilized Thursday, and as the members had already heard the testimony of the clerks that line of inquiry was abandoned and c...

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. — 16 June 1893

iippy, wii'f PF KjV3K3E)HpHS9MN(!3fiB9 K- ., ' 4 w -V .' - il ' H . s ''. r IT;. IX' Jut ff' ' St. Tub case of the M. and B, 8. Railroad vs. Ingram, from Lewis county, has been con tinued tb tbe Soptembor term of tbe Superior Court. GovEnseit Brown has pardoned A. B. CreUch of Leslle county, sunt up foreuo year for malicious cutting. He hud . served sev eral months. . cnxix'a rext "cheap." Antt They Get It Eraetty TI7icrc the x Chicken Get the Ajc. After fifty-five conseeutlvo years the ferry boats that have been plying that length of time upon the bread besom of the Ohie he tween Covington und Cincinnati nre te he withdrawn from the business, anil people wishing' te cress the river must either swim or take the bridge. The withdrawal of the beats takes place to morrow evening. The flriis will then be drawn and the beats removed te some place where they can be kept until disposed of without paying wharf age. The fact that he Legislature has passed laws making tbe bridge and ferry com...

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. — 17 June 1893

'4 ?. v m inlL fc'iii mnmm fr"2 '.Vi (,. ITi'r ;w -' ' -Mrs v' A tftri As . - H ''.-mm iaM '' 1 1 Ifv V TAIIIPF 1'ICTCIIUS. In 1881 It reiiulrBi'l only 30,110 lucuniettve engines te de the mil lmullng work of the United States, liut our In ternal commerce hit grown se rapidly under Protection tlmt 33,fiQ3 locomotives were heeded by ttie ceuntry1 In 1801, with the nddltlennl number of rnllwny empleyes Hint this Increase tnnde necessary. A'ew Yerh Prcta. BUNCO. Kansas Lity Journal. " Mr. Cleve land," says The New Yerk World, "doesn't hesitate te take the ueople into his confidence." It was unquestionably a confidence game he took thorn in en last November. THE IIEAS0N. If. IlaUtead. Democratic opposition te the Sherman law when It was passed was chiefly because it did net go far enough in the free coinage direction, and the bulk of Democratic activity for its repeal is for the same reason. CHEAP MONEY. Commercial Gazette. Meney is cheap in Londen, while it is dear in New Yerk. Thls-wi...

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 June 1893

t .; ,?$ Vi V ,'' ,4 " ,. V. if. i ' , ' J ;t AMt" y. nb!icifitep DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE. PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOIirOIUTEU. William II. Cox. Tr,xfilmt Themas a. Davis, I'fce-JYctMenf. William II. Wadswebtu, Jr., fitcrttary and Trtaturtr. "Themas A. Davis, ., Editor and Manager. BaiidklT. Hickman. Atx'tEdUoramtReokktmtr. BOARD Or DIRECTORS. WILUaUH.COX, M. C. Russell, A. M. J. Cochran, W. II. Wadswebth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. fiVFTCR J"u6He Ltdgtr ruitdlng, Xe. 10 Eatt VJUHltJ Third Strrtt. ..... SUBSCRIPTIOXS-IX ADVAXCE. One Tenr ... ......... ..S3 00 Six Meathi 1 80 Three Months ................ 73 DELIVERED SY CARRIER. Ier Meuth ........ .......................... ..a3 Onf Parable te carrier at end et mouth. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason' rable and made known en application at the ejjice. THE LEDGER . Is the largrst dally paper printed In Mays vllle count the col umn and measure their length. It glvei yen mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at...

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 June 1893

y ii -yip-yHgi" jflSffff Wft '' JMM ' fWJSy w W 3 fir : Irt fc -! MAN AT GATE. " At Was Shortly After the Mur ' Jer of 'Mrs. Berden. Painter Sawyer Testifies te a Crowd Swarming About the Premises After the Terrible Crimea Were Commit. ted-Emina Uerdcn Will Ukeljr T.wtJfy In llehatf of Her Unfortunate 8lUr Although a Government Wltiieti. New Bedfeiid, Mass., June 17. There was less of a crowd at tlie conrt-heuse Friday morning at the resumption of the Berden trial than there has been at any time since the beginning of the trial. Among the early visitors wxj8 Miss Emma Berden, who is, It is understood, te be called by the defense, although she was down as a government witness. Miss Lizzie told cx-Gev. Robinson as he greeted her Friday morning that6he had net passed a very restful night; and the intimation ca e, with a cheering smile, that she lid feel better by and by. Llie decision relative te the admls n of the evidence of the Portuguese l haw Umj man with the bloody laic tuni chet...

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 June 1893

Wki f" T-AJECE SH;A.R.ES I2ST THS FIFTEENTH SERIES OF THE Masen County BUILDING Association! re Bff.- AND- iSAVING NOW OPEN. ONLY SO CENTS PER SHARE. tv Call en J. JAS. WOOD, President, J. F. BARBOUR, Vice-President, M. 0. RUSSELL, Secretary, R. K. HOEPLIOH, Treasurer, or GEO. T. WOOD, A. M. J. COCHRAN, JOHN N. THOMAS, DAVID HEOHINGER, E. W, MITOHEL, J. W. ALEXANDER, J. I. SALISBURY, Directors. .'A & at.' y r?n "? HE WAS SHOT, IT. Georae JIUick, H7e Jluntervit Jehn Stucn, in Zviria County. A special from Vanceburg says an attempt was made n few days age te arrest the mur derer of Geerge Ulack lu the wilds of Letcher county. Black murdered Jehn Stacy at a picnle en Indian creek, two miles East or I'utursrlllc, last Fourth of July. Ne attempt te pursuoer arrest him was eVcr niade by any elllcer or citizen. The Governer offered a reward, but nothing was beard of Ulack until a few days age. It Is reported that ene Themas Arthur located Ulack and attempted his arrest. Ulack drew his ...

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 June 1893

w-i..,- ; ' w'mfmmw "py. lfPjI'f.!1lHWi V Mi "Wa4taW - . "W' M4MfcMmIfrMilMMMMlMP.'l -. "Vd v.- V . a f . E.' Pa ,' 85N . ' K fi &;- & r ! I t? fr"' t: . '-V- . . i . . ff 7 . !. I ft. ti. tt t . 9rt. 6 I" ' '4.' HIT.' r. . v.i'f t ? . . i tabiff mctukks. Tlie coimiuuptlen et wool liy Auicrlcnu woolen mills In 1801, ut the close of the I'rce-trnrte era, wns 3.7 ,v ' .iUii." pounds per capita et the population. Last year the consumption wns ever petlnili per capita. Instead of strangling the wool Industry, ns Free-traders charge, the Tariff lins practically created It. iVcic Vurk Pit. THE niOOEST OK FAILURES. Teyiefca Capital Tuero bave been a oed rnany failures lately but tbey will net be " In It" wltb the fatlure the Fifty third Congress will make In trying te run the Government en the Chicago platform. WHAT IT COSTS TO DLUKK. Minneapolis Journal It costs Uncle Snui 730 a shot te test armor plate and guns, but the theory is that if the tests are successful it will cost some...

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 June 1893

;!r " , - -$f :y J-. r ssr r. fi w :r itf.V Rfc fc Ffe J fc 1 flr: Bfe ry'" I ri TAI M VJ if I va I .i -?, M tjw; nbliclflJipDset DAILY, EXOEl'T SUNDAY, MY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOUrOllATEp. William It. Cox, Themas A. Davis, frt$Mtnt Vitt-JPrtiUttnt. William II. Waihiwerth, Jr., Stcrttarv and Trtaturtr, Themas A. IUVIS, ...'.. ......Editor and Managtr. BasieklT. Hickman, An'tSdUeraml Boekkttver. SOARS OF DIRECTORS. ,i WILLIaM II. COX, M.C. llCMKLL, , A. SI. J. Cochran, W. K. Wadhwebth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. VrrHjU Third btrttt. . . . . . SUESCRIPTIOXS-IX ADVAXCS. ' One Tear ... .. S 00 . Ntx Meutln..... .... I 30 Three Mouths 79 DELIVERED DY CARRIER. Per Meuth 23 Cent Payable te carrier at end of 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 )ly Wile count the col cel niuns anil measure their length. It ghes jen mere reading matter than any ether. It Is told at 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. — 19 June 1893

11 M &' r f 'H Sweep Down Upen Five Towns ; Jin Minnesota. The Stricken Villages Newly Estab I lished Mining Camps. Tlieimands of People en Feet, Wagen and Train Had IJarely Time te Mnhe Tlielr I. Escape The Less Will lleach Up Inte the Millien. Dulutii, Minn., June 10. The result of a year of enterprise en the Mesaba range has been wiped out In a single day. Advices received Sunday Indi cate that the towns of Virginia and Mountain Iren had been destroyed and that liiwnbalt was partially, if net en tirely wiped out by fire. It is impos sible te estimate the less, but it will approximate $1,000,000 and several thou sand people are homeless. Fer three weelts the range has been in' danger. Ferest flres have been burning en all sides of the new mining towns and only by the greatest efforts has the disaster of Sunday been se long averted. Saturday the first news was received which indicated any serious danger. Up te this time the range towns had fought the fire for themselves, and ha...

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 June 1893

K?i tj'" s: - .' rA ( !'- ' Owing te Sultry Weather the Attrmlanre gH Did Net Kxceed 00,000. mCAOO, June 10, The crowd at Jacksen park was smaller Sumluy than last Sunday and the nttoudance will net exceed 60,000. This, no doubt, was du5 te the wcather as the day was ex trSmcly warm and sultry. Theso who walked around the grounds and through the buildings of the "Vhlte City were pitiful objects of discomfort Linen lest its starchlncss and dropped like dish rags upon the bweltering forms of the World's fair visitors. Tljb chair pushers did a thriving busi ness, as did also the lemonade, soda water and ice cream concessionaires. This was really the first het day that has visited this city slnce the fair opened and It rendered sightseeing for any but theso whose means would en able them te rent a rolling chair any thing but pleaeant The same class of peeple as en preceding Sundays passed through the turnstiles. Owing te the het wcather there was very little en thusiasm displayed and 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. — 20 June 1893

V j "iWflBW?j TJg' ' -W ,.. '..-t4MMWet'MMMI ' v ' ' :A "8i J ' l ' ' "' ' ' ; vH i ' . fc . . 4t f (" IK v. i? FA". V; . r ; Itf ;.wr' It tw ' & .- rif';r KC V K4 . ;&., Rt 5 .V" ' ? ff'l 1, IP' Hfc 'irk J;' ! i f ' I(j;- . . TAIUFK l'ICTDllKS. Fnrm lnborer enrn 8100 nun nrtlly In Orertt Ilrltnln, 8382 a j-cnr In the United States according te figures from the report of the llrltlsh ComnAsslen of Luber, which will hardly be accused e( trying te uiitke out n case for Frotectlon. Ifew Yerk Prem. FEI2I1LE. Orittendcn Press. Tim Legislature Is making an effort te adjourn July 4th. The elIsY',ls feeble, however. don't meddle. New Yerk Sun." Uands off 1" should be the motto of Legislators, in reference te business. Let it alone. Let it take care of itself. 60KT-.K8 THE PANGS. Chicago Dispatch. It is very gratifying te note that these deaths in France are net caused by cholera, but merely by " a disease of a cheleraic nature." It is much pleasentcr te die thus. A 8MOTIIEIIED VOICE...

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 June 1893

W" A' V S f" ; 7 ! ft" S lr rr "4 1- Vtt- . tit tV i4itt DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOItrOllATED. Vf 11X3 Ait 11. COX, ft t Mint Themas A. Davis, ViCflTuUltnt. William H. Wamwertu, Jr., Stcrttary itml Irnurer. Themas A, Davis. .................. ifciUer ami Manager. BXitVKI.T.IllCKltM, An'tEilUer and Boekk(V(r. BOARD Or DIRECTORS. Willi a it II. Cox , M. C. Russkll, A, M. J. Cechbak, W. H. Wabswebth, Jr., TneuAs A. Davis. vrri"il 27Krrtrci SVBSCRIPTI0N8-IX ADVANCE. One Yenr ...... .............. S3 oe lx Menthi......... 1 30 Three aientbs ...................... ..,. 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth 33 CenU Payable te currier nt end el month. TO ADVEIiTISEHS. Advertising rates uniform and reason' able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDHER . . Is the largest dally paper printed la Mars vllle reunt the col umns and tueasure their length. It gives you mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price as any ether Mays vllle parer ...

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 June 1893

I-. X , THROUGH FIRE. Net a Trunk Among All thi , Homeless Refugees Who' Escaped Frem the Fiercely Burn , ' ing Minnesota Towns, Their l'reperty Left te the Mercy of the I'ralrle Fires Several I'ceple AreMlie. (.. lug and Miiuy Injured Fatal For mal est Fires Near Sanborn, Wis. Dui-utu, Minn., June 20. The first train bearing r of u gees who escaped from the fire in the mining (own ei Virginia, in all about 230 people, mostly women and children, arrived In Duluth at 1:30 Monday morning, and the wearied, hungry passengers hurried from the coaches te the baggage rooms, where eloberato lunches were spread. Of all the crowd the greater portion were penniless and dependent abso lutely upon what charity might be of fered. Few had saved anything be yond the most meager effects, and for the whele train lead there was net a single trunk. The crowd could net step te talk. Sandwiches, coffee, any thing te cat disappeared fester than it could be supplied. They had had little or nothing te cat d...

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 June 1893

t fcr. ; fV 'V Ife- '&: CONDENSED NEWS fathered Frem All FnrU of the Ceuirtrj by Telegraph. Jehn Gear and Jack Kuin, ehunis, were killed ty car at Liberty, Ind. Jehn D. RoekefeUor Is te .visit Chi-osg-e In July te Inspect the Chicago university, which he se liberally en dowed. James Morrison and William llensen, shert-term convict, heaped from the Michigan prison early Monday lifern in? by scaling the walls. Jehn and Jacob Sheeley, brother, were shot te death A a dance ten mllei south of Leulsrllle, Ky., by .Inch Naglcs, who was drunk. Seventeen Armenians were con demned te death for rioting at An ffera. Among the victims are Prof. Theumalan and Prof. Kayayan. 9lx women were in court at Lnfay ette, Ind., Saturday for allowing geese te run at large. S&me of them (the woren) cried while ethers laughed. Peter MoCey, sr., wealthy and eooen eeoen eoeen trio Pittsburgher, leaves his fortune el (100,000 te the Catholic church, dlsln heritlng his son, a harum scarum boy. At Milan, 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. — 21 June 1893

"- wiftf y f ' u ' -1 -HSfM ".'"yjJ '.' "' '. n uw,f V "."''' 1.,'. T .f ,-,- wr9'!?S;r?r" rwiWEvir . ' ylWHHJ" ' jH A . j ... "'ifltfV I III i " w . ;,v v :.' , PA p K fc : k a iwr 'Hv it " I tt ifr p,v rr. , t m m K: i '.. l-r r K""' Ifc I ..' r1. i p i 'i. in t.t. t TAUIFF PICTCUES. Ann result of our Indifference te tlie ng ng gremleii of. foreign lines eh our 1'iiclllc Khlpplng intercut our experts te Jnpnn in 1803 renclietl the monger vnlue of 83,800,111 nltlieugli In the name jciir we bought of tlint country 3.1.?00,203 worth. In order te soil te Jnpnn we must first of nil lmve direct und quick communl cemmunl communl cntteu with Her. New Yerk Vrtu. THE 1HJHNINU QUESTION. Frankfort Journal. Nev? that the Capital question is settled what's the matter with puttln' down brick streets and wnshin' out the gutters? DID FltKB-THADB DO IT? Engineering Magaiinc. The United States is' new the leading manufacturing country in the world. We have far out snipped all ether' Nations in the 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 June 1893

'T-.'l 1 TF'flWffJwcpy , ww iccTS yny. tmqpiijii i' y p7yfy,yvgW! tt r L . 1 L 1 i. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOIU'OIIATEU. William n. Cox, frtsMint Themas A. David, VlccITtiltttnt. William It, Wadswertu, Jr., tecrttary ami Trtaiurtr. Themas A. Davis. .,.-......... E I tter ami Manager. BAvxi-T,lllCKiAi,Ait'tEtlUorandBeokkctixr. SOASD OE DISECTdRS. WILL1U H.COI, M. C. RCSSKLL, . M. J. COCURA.V, W. H. WADSWOBTIt, Jr., Th oil as A. Davis. OFFICE p"tl"e Jter SuUiUng, Xe. JO Eatt TMrtt Street, SUbibRII'TJOXS-IX AD VAXCX. One Year ...... ...... -.....- S3 00 Mix 3Ienllim... 1 SO Three Meulin..,.., . . 73 DELIVERED i' CARRIES, rer Menth ... CeiiU Payable te curler at eud of month. TO ADVERTISEHS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . Is tbe hrgtt dally paper printed lu Mays Title count the col umns' and measure their length. It t you mere reidlu matter than any ether. It U sold at the same price as any ...

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 June 1893

yp,i"vliii "tjW'ir'' yWW'1.;" w1 wvifif;11'1 mn.y.i.1) ni fi iiuppfrw'U't "'l .'yjj'n' r V ws ." 1 - . :j.ina i at - -v r b. ' A I IN A TUNNEL. A Shoepshead Bay Railroad Train Derailed. Eight Men Killed and a Large Num ber Injured, M&ujr of Them Se SerteaAly Thtvt They Can Net Hocetoiv-Death Cernea lu An Aw ul Ferm The 6ttkm&n Bald te Hum ltema Aileap nt III VeaU i Nhw Yenitt June 8L A speclnl truhi en thtt Buy nfdge branch of the Leng Island 'rillread, with eight Hundred passcnjjfeH, returning1 from Shoepshdad Bay, just alter the Suburban raec ww run Tufefiday toVenlng, was derailed at th mouth of the tunnel under the Parkway boulevard at Parkvllle. Ab a result pf a most peculiar accident eight persons are already dead, and the list will undoubtedly be added te, because all the Brooklyn hospitals arc filled with the Injured, meat of them grievously hurt. About twenty-live were Injured, Berne of them seriously. The train was known as Ne. OSS. It left Manhattan beach at about...

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 June 1893

i VK tA.k:ej shares iusr tkce fifteenth series of the Sfc. Masen Ceuntv BUILDING! Association! AND- IV" SAVING NOW OPEN. ONLY 8Q CENTS PER SHARE. s?f fc. Call en J. JAS. WOOD, President, J. F. BARBOUR, Vice-President, M. 0. RUSSELL, Secretary, R. K. HOEPLI0H, Treasurer, or GEO. T. WOOD, A. M. J. OOOHRAN, JOHN N. THOMAS, DAVID HEOHINGER, E. W. MITOHEL, J. W. ALEXANDER, J. I. SALISBURY, Directors. 3 X v -?- V iv ti . 1 l'if r ?' k' $12 75 "--ftp .That is the Cash price that will buy choice of 500 Suits of hue Cheviot, Homespun, Clay Worsted and fine all-wool Cassimere. These Suits we have sold at $15, $18, $20 and $22-50, and at that price, were pronounced very cheap. Well, we have tee many, and moreover we need money. SOO ELBG-ANT SUITS AT $12 75 CASH Fine Cheviot, Homespun, Clay Worsted and All-Weel Cassimere. We are going te make a long story very short. We simply want you te come in and ask te be. shown these advertised Suits. Be sure and bring the money with you. We make this sal...

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. — 22 June 1893

1 fc . ;. m lypyyy "JWp! yPR'fpf ' flflj 1 1i " --. - ,"1 - - " - rnMrTnarr I II I I i III n -,-,-., r -yi-. . -r ,-v, j,..r- Kl li f K ? ii hi R' ' . '" IV V Eu, ! it1" : JWJ - V I'': '.v- kt r-v .- ite fcr- fft ea.v: il . .. L - i'lLm-' fl H fi v i I . v tf Pteiiiffl ,d5 TAIUIW 1'ICTUllKH. Net BntUfled with the $20,000,000 north of cotton manufacture which cniue Inte ttie country Inst your te tnke work 'nwrty from American tabor, the "reform ers" i)rope80 te reduce tlie iireicnt Toxin" mure tlinti ene-lmlf, which reduction, they vHtlinate, will Increase Importations nf cotton limnuf net urea te mr.o.eoo.ooo HWHHHHHHHHHH This ii theli'rco-trmlexwiyof caring for the unrldiigntnii. Xew Verk I've. HAD NEWS F0II 8AUHATAHIANS. Chicago Dispatch. Every international exposition held In this country hence forth will be open en Sunday. Murk that. HEAD ONTO AI.UEIIT. Otrensbore Messenger. The Covington Commonwealth finds much in Congress man Berry te criticise. That is the impression n geed m...

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