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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 17 July 1893

1 iT" -Ji' ' WyP ww ,'j"f t'Jft' R K v , . IV lt . PT ti' w & A - J , I Wi V' f i aSWWWSMWaSgS9gS"""S""ag"" DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOUrOK ITEU. William IT. Cox, Themas a. Davis, irttUlenl Vlet-Priilitent. William It. Wadswehth, Jr., Stcrtlary ami Treaiurer. Themas A, Davis, .... -..aliter ami Manager, William O. Jenis, Lecal Editor ami Roekkaver. BOARD or DIRECTORS. WJLLIaU II, COX, M. C. RCSSKLL, A.M.J. COCUBAN, w. It, Wadswebth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. ilFFTHJi! PuMte Lttlgtr SuUiitne, Se. 10 ait VX-X-AlACi J7,(r, rfr. , , , . SVBSCRIPTI0X9-IX AD VASCE. One Ttnr ..... . S3 oe Six Menth. 1 30 Three M enths 73 DELIVERED .Bl CARRIER. Per Menth .............. 83 On l ratable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . ;? It the largest dally VW paper printed In Mars- Tllle count the cel- juiIWL nmnsandmeasnreineir 1AA lencth. SOil It cues you mere reading m...

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 July 1893

7 .- " , '' t2 :'-.w PR Ft . 1 . M . : . i t - '' '' H'l !: ! J -i U N ' fir i 1 te: Jf4 . .Si-'T TTPTTtr TP ArDMPDC WHITE, JUDD & CO. heat and showers ' AJi i ea w r ri i-v uri i r W& J-I.U J1V. JL JL XXJLiXU. JU XVU . .. , . f v A Cry Cemes Frem Eutejla for American Hay. These Who Hung en te Last Year's Crep Feathering Their Nests: Great Ship Loedi of Fedder JLeevtnjr th e Po'rtef New Yerk And Mera li te Fellow Tb aub' of the De- maed l'rera the Other Side. Nnw Yerk, July 17. Tbe World Bays: The farmers throughout the country have been tumbling ever each ether during the lest few months te get the hay which they have held ever from lest fieaoen Inte this nnd ether clticB for cxperl te Europe. The occasions when American farmers have boeneallod upon te supply foreign countries with hay have been ae rare that this year will preve a phanomenal'one in the lives of the grangers. The first news that Eurepe waa short of hay and that the United States were depended upon te relieve...

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 July 1893

rwmMmmwf2miTi) im.ijihui i m n i..UiMMi . fc- 1 f ' ".J, Wh?s EXCURSION 1 -5 j)ajrg Hete laeinded, I ' EUROPEAN PLAN. JULY 24th, 1893, ROUTE. . i GOOD UNTIL AUGUST 8th. Regular Train With Sleepers. Special Hetel Rates for Lenger Period. " . f.r,T''"fr j"jim' "w-iT i- nHttTAxw x w"( jvr. s.jej tftnvjiiBraDirKW4bwuasBiMvwvBHOHEBimn'3?T7UBr - wantHHMrjr . " F ' ' l ' ' . kc.' "0 , ' ! ; pu .?' r w Zv & ', b 7 v y B-Jf1 fr fr. f wK y W - & Tlie Editor of The Ledger Is net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend ents: but neth1ng.rcUcctlng upeu the charac ter or habits of an)' person wilt be admitted te these columns.! rCerrtiwuttnU unll pleae teml Letter te a tereach u net later than9e'cUck a. m. Oive fact in a few word a veii)le. n't want new in thi ileiartinent, and tint advertlrina notice or iKilttical argument. 00K A0ENT3. The following iire authorized Agents for The Public Ledoer in their respoctire local lecal ities: Sleniiibuiv Matthew ...

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 July 1893

v . '. a'-;" .i r P W-- m h? T. ,, 4-' i . S ,' t TAUIFF riCTUltUS. III thodecade from 1880 te 1800 the num. tier of hands cmplnytMl In Ainerlcuti silk mills liicrcnscd 00.17 icr rent., but the wages paid Increased nn.ie per cent. Thin Ik the ny In which l'roteo tlen lin benefited nllk workers, New Yerk Pre. 8VMIT0MAT1C. Ghicage Tribune -Thcre is a man lu Cnlifernia who ciin Jump backward ever a liorse. Democrat, of course. aveiding: something worse. Milwaukee Sentinel But for the Sher man Law we should new be coining every month silver bullion costing 82,000.000. NO 11I.OUNT NEED A1TLY. Chicago. Tribune. And the Star Spangled Banner in triumph shall wave while Most, Schwab and Altgeld con tinue te rave. HEED RULES. Chicago Inter Ocean. -Tem Reed of Maine will be in the next Congress and se will his rules, if Congress concludes te tjet down te business. sunn enough! Milicaukee Setitinel. Why docs Mr. Cleveland need courage for doing things which many ether public men would de as a 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. — 18 July 1893

mm ' feft V &, r i ? ii . Ir ir I. in, m Si stf pv !' 1 i . M' F !mt't ?. - - rfw-j DAILY, EXUEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. lNCOItrOKATED. William n. Cox, Tiiexa A. Davis, Jteiitlent Vict-frtttUtnl. William II. Wadswertu, Jr., Seerttary and 3Yiiurcr. TneiiAS A. Davis filler nrnl ilannutr. William a. Jenkh, Lecal Eiltter nml Boekkituer. HOARD or DIRECTOXS. WillIauII. Cox, M. C. IlusiKLL, A, M. J. Cochran, W. II. Wadhwekth. Jr.. Themas A. Davis. fiWrnK Public Lnlgtr BuUtttng, A'e. JO Eatl VJJi(J rami ATrctt. . . . . . 8VBSCRIPTI0X8-IN ADVANCE. Ohe Tfenr .. 3 00 fllx Months 1 Three 9IeiitIis - 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth .. ......... Cent Payable te carrier at end of month. -- il ' " ' TO ADVERTISEKS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and. made known en application at the office. THE LBUBEB . . Is the largest dally rarer printed In llaj. Tllle reunt the col cel nmns and measure their length. It hes jeu mere reaillns matter thau any ether. It U 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. — 18 July 1893

.y& ' flijF' 3 'W, ' ' ' ssss t3f" jp - t ttti u 11 OHIO RELICS. A Mean Thief Plunders the Ex hibit at the Fair. The Scoundrel Toek Eight Valuable Historical Medals. Fcrur of Them Are of BeUd Oeld and Four of Solid Bllrer They Cm Net De Sold DNcrtptteni of Them Uave Been Sent AH Over the Country. Chicago, July 18. Hitherto the petty thlaves and robbers have steered dear of all Ohie exhlbits, and no complaints bad been filed with the Columbian authorities since the fair opened until Monday afternoon, when Mr. A. A. Graham, of the Ohie ethnological exhibit, came rushing in Chief of Doteotlvcs Bonfleld's ettlca, relating te him the particulars of a bold robbery at the .anthropological building. The Ohie Historical society has ene of the finest ethnological oshlblte at th World's fair, and consequently has some highly valuable relics concerning the history of the early Ohie dwellers among theircjfhlbit3..Dcsides keeping in view the prlmltlve man and his rem nants, this oeoloty has a...

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 July 1893

Ik.' WORLD'S rT""NI IDCIOM ....... 5 Days Hetel Included, fv FAIR t-AUUIVv?IVI if f JULY 24th, 1893, JMeuteT " U EUROPEAN PLAN.: : Special Hetel Rates, for Lenger Period. rrrr i imt-ii aiimipt eh. q i -r .:., a.4.i, euAL. uuuu win i iu nuuuei em. neguicu iiciin vvitn oiccpcie. LJu-' rBES ap v gHgisine t. r I,-- J '' Lvw, f Ii tt A ' F-:s , 3STCTSA7" IS YOUR GREAT OPPORTUNITY! OUR ENTIRE STOCK AT JUST ONE FORMER Everything Will Ge at Fifty Cents en the Dellar.: THE Judge Ricks of the United States Court has fixed September lth us a (Inte ler the hearing of the suit against 1. M. Arthur. Grand ChleX Engineer of the Hrotlierhood et Locemotlvo Engineer?, for $200,00p damages for alleged encouragement or the recent engineers' strike en the Teledo, Ann Arber and North Michigan Uead. The case will be heard at Teledo. O., before a special Jury . Week Ihm ErctiVMleiiH, The popular half rate excursions te Cincin nati every Monday via the C. nnd.O. Hallway will be re-established for the summer...

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 July 1893

' """" - "'s' MtBstiyP'l1!! m v fl "f J . '.-m.- -r-" -- - "'rrr"'jsr jara.,; "j'x- " v.--r .-.' ..:-',fT;ir ''tf V I 1 11 1 ? r y$ ) ' slV- w: 1 1 - a?-. .1 h. .?. t .'V '--.. l" . - V ' !- X &' '-. , L5-. - lv ' t - f- K" - Jgjjg , . 1 : : TAllIPF PICTUBia. The Freetraders nre attacking the American tin pinto Industry beciuwanpnrt ' -at the product 1 made by plating foreign ' hlnck plates. They de net cnre te publish the fnct, houevor, thnt the amount of Anu-rlcan black plate used Increased from 8,043,441) iietiml for the Inst quarter of 1802 te ia,JU,801) pounds for the llrst quarter of 1803. Kcw I'erH Pre. HE'LL 0IWECT, OP COUItSE. Buffalo Commercial. llelTmnu will net lie nble te save much out el his Con gressional salary this year. A I10UH110N VIEW. Atlanta Constitution. The Tnrltl issue will have te be removed from the hospital te the extra session In an ambulance. H0LMANI9M. Chicago Inter Ocean. A crew of two men at the Chicago life saving station is n sad commentary en ...

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 July 1893

75' . VTYWflW'y ,. -T , ffiW Rr'ft f r v tj ' V T f ,-W ?- ' !Hf L feV ,u X V . "-WW" wWllltllll . . "WS jfc1 kV . fr.. S,V" S i iA-A. w r y- y ' PI r. r? LV DAILY, EXUE1T SUNDAY, BY h. TTTR PTTOLTP, LEDftTCtt flO. INCOnPOUATED. Wim-iah It. Cox, Themas A. Davis, JTetUUnt Vice-J'retUUnt. William n. Wadswehtu, Jr., UC Y. i A Tl.WB nf(fntMt ff1Mlf. WltHAH O. Jenkji. Leeal Sdtter and Bookkeeper. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WilUakII, Cox, M.C. Kubekll, A. M. J. COCHBAX, W, 11. WADHWOnTH, Jr.. Twevas A. Davis. YlTTKTflT? J"iMle ledger building, A'e. 10 Salt SUBSCRIPTIONS-IF ADrAXCE. One Tear .......... - 8-1 00 Six Menth 1 90 i Tbree slenuis ...... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth . as tvnla Payable te carrier at end et month. TO ADVERTISERS. EC' i. am7 ttisffa Ztintrn nn rimiliVirtmi nf fci' rte office. THE LEDGER . . r9JB Is tbe largest Jally paper printed Id Mays- j-llTCH ville count the cel- I snkl .ftm ...! WrJvt&VWk uiuus auu rucaurc lucir 'frefiKiW "nc iv u Kives yen mure reading mat...

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 July 1893

y.v' tpwnjjipy "wwwi; "ifiyyM-'yf1 i''' 4 ' ' JSPlJSi 3T w i ws v'."-,.;i ' a-rT- . . . .: I1 2. fT ' ' '' i ' . i ' , , . , .-,, , -, . . . i ... . -... 1'W W J V iiFt it! 1J I h- 1 i; " . lIM: f IL FIGHT. Bangkok te Be Bombarded Un . less the Demand Made by France for Reparation is ' Aceeeded te b Once. Sntllclent Warning 'Will 1 Qtvcn te Hep. rf entatlTO la That City of the Foreign j Power te Enabl Them te Protect 8utecC KnglatMl'a AttlUwlu. Faius, July 1ft In accordance with ' his announecd intention, M. Drefut Tuesday qucationed the government, In the chamber of deputies, ae te the French opemtions in Slain. M. Dcvellc, minister of foreign af fairs, said in reply te tlie intcrpcllatieu tbnt the government disavowed any in tention te intorfcre with Situneee inde pendence. At the same time the gov ernment intended te insist thivt the treaties between France and Slam be ' rVapected. The intcrforenec of a third power in the dispute would net be tol erated, a With reference te the 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. — 19 July 1893

Otf-v &WS ??' srr. tdfcvfl M" 't,', TfrH g. ' . WORLD'S 38 EXCURSION rj-pr 1 5 Dayg letel Included, U LY 24th, 1 893, VtLV'! 222 FAIR J PM ROUTE. $ Special Hetel Rates for Lenger Period. GOOD UNTIL AUGUST 8th. Regular Train With Sleepers. j 1.; .v l7 FBEB ADVERTISING. ?im 4. , V '&lf?f t. ftv :. fcV' f'l k ' $9 50ININE FIFTY1S9 50 We ."s Dit. J C 'Rick ami Y Mr Hewell will ' probably be Mr. Smith Pi rsie surgeons at ! Fleinlug;burg j STARTLINGJCREASE! Insanity Last Year. The increase of insanity last year ever the preceding year was startling ! Think of it, persons suffering from nervous troubles, such xa sick and nervous headache, nervousness, convulsions, neuralgia, apoplexy, dyspepsia, sleeplessness, paralysis, nervous prostration, epilepsy, etc. The outlook would certainly be discouraging for you were there no means of escape. Any of the above difficulties, and many mere, are advance symptoms of insanity or some ether equally deplorable con dition ending in suicide or pr...

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 July 1893

4 ''T i in I I, i-htmiim- .,- iprnffrr'jHpf l'W'Mlll! ... - -m.""' -ir. ' t'p . . . '"' ' p . .'..?'" ff . ,.At' '' v tc Died, of consumption, at bis home near llroekvlllo July 13th, James V. Sutten, aged CO years. Mrs. Jehn IIicks died near Springdale Tuesday at the reputed age of 101. She was burled yesterday Theodere Conn, a well-known citizen of Ceal Greve, was drowned Tuesday night whlle bathing In the river. DAILY", PUBLIC LEDGER rJ ?J TAKIFF PIOTUIIKS. In 1880 the tetnl niiinuut ei wagon lnltl te manufacturing empleye In Vtxll Rlver, Mnss., wnt 9,0B0,077 MA YSYILLS KKPVSZICAK. - '';,.'-' - i frjTvV 15,, --. -L7 - . fh Tjr MWWiriiwifir ifffc III " Villi KnK4VitfflMflE-r ruf. t6 "- &' Ten jcar of Protection Increased It te B,314,qlt ill 1800. Kcw Yerk Press. H0NK8T STATK8. Xete Yerk Prm, The possibilities of wildcat currcucy based upon state bends . may be readily inferred from the fact that during thp last fifty years Flerida, Mississippi, Alabama, North Carolina, Seuth Ca...

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 July 1893

hbshss l s.i.5 PI !. ir lt 4 -J9 ' , k E't DAILY, EXOEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. XXCOItrOHATED. William II. Cox, Themas A. Davis, JYeticien VttfJTtttiltnt. William II. Wabswebth, Jr., Stcritary and JVraiurcr, Themas A. Davis. .. Editor and Manager, WILLIAM O. Jenks. Leal Editor and Roekkttvtr. BOARD Of DIRECTORS. WillIamH. Cox, M. C. Rckskll, A, M. J. Cechban, W. I. Wadswertk, Jr., Themas A. Daviw. JWTfTm? i'liMIe Ztdgir EiMdine, A'e. 10 Sail VVrjd TMnl btrttt 8VBSCRIPTIOX3-IX ADVANCE. no "Venr 83 Six Menlli 1 BO Three Slentha 7s DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth ... 3 IVnU Pavable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVE&TISEBS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . ;9S Is the largest dally paper printed In Mays vllle count the cel- WijXfw unins ana measure meir VflPjCM&AWiV& lengtn. Wfitti it elves tee mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same VVI nrlre as anv ether Hay. vllle paper one ...

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 July 1893

;i r IS 'i ' r i ' Si a-. ' ; w." rt 1 -. ?f.' I V. ;; . -. - 1 1 r imtmti irfcsM i t i MIE. MINT'; j? tyi New (Jrieans Robbed of f Thousands of Dollars, . 'Sst Jdmea M. Dewling, Cnshter of the )'" Mint, te Be Arrested. : .. life li Charged With five Embezr.trmrntef 834,000 of Oevarnment Menuy-Ftru Called te Cever thm Crlme-A Sen sational Ciue Dofjrteg Dotectlou. New Onuuxs, July 20. Private ad vices recelvcd here Monday night art te the effect that orders have been issued for the arrest of James M. Dowl Dewl ing, caflhler of the U. S. mint in this city, en a charge of embozzlemcnt el povernmont funds. Mr. Dewling is and lias been prominently identified with the commercial and political history el New Orleans for years, and the news that he was te be arrested was re oeivod with marked surprise by his numerous friends. The charge of em bezzlement grew out of a flre which oc curred in ene of the mint vaults three weeks age- The origin of the flre vas a mystery, and the oflleials of th...

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 July 1893

bsfs v :' ?; sciSis 4 '. e 'r . mmiWF4 w?5h?s EXCURSION! JULY 24th, 1893 b zzEUROPEAN PLAN. ROUTE geed until august 8th. Regular Traiii with sleepers. Special Hetel Rates for Lenger Period. py i . rsEE ADVEKTPisiira:. Vs u m, &w ML. . " - $9 50ININE FIFTYI$9 50 r We Still Have Toe Many Goods! lEfliJbLiG'DEX.DGrSGlJETCr & Dr. Bcsn. an old and respected citizen or Qulncy, was assaulted a tew days age by two men. It is suspected that the weapon used was a gun ban-el which caused a com pound fructure of the Jaw. The Jaw was shattered te such a horrible extent that the physicians iu that locality could net render him the necessary assistance, se Dr. T F. Davidsen of Portsmouth was summoned and immediately reduced the. tracture. It was a most difficult surgical feat as part of tl e Jaw had te be supplied. SiHiiliiu V.rfiirsltns. Commencing June lbth the Chosapeako and Ohie re-established Sunday excursion trains te and from Cincinnati. A train will leave Cincinnati ntb:10u m. ler S...

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 July 1893

Jmi'i Si? wgp jifi'iiwwpitwp'pi1'1 ii i if, ' ' i ' tfF' " .' ' ' !?? TX'K I . f IT fi- .?; - V- $1 ft" 9 fad? -i" XV A. rM iHSUPv f . t - we" ii mi-iimwl it i Wii ' i.nn- r. . Kft'- - . . , WBk' n. . , SSSSS Htr rs v, Wi hri ." 1 WmsMtfrnm TAUIFF riCTUUES. The pinto glass Industry la n striking ex utuiile of wluit Protection can ncdeiupllsli In n few yearn. In 1880 we made practi cally no ilute glnns In thin teuutry. We imported nbeut 0)e00,000 Mtunre feet from Hurope ntnl paid a high price for It, Thin year American factories will turn out nbhitt 13,000,000 HHHHHHHMHHHI q.unre feet of pinto glim. Tite Uurepcnu product linn been driven trem our miirket, and prices are only eiic-linU wluit thuy it ci e ten years age. Kew Tork I'ress. SCARCE. Washington Pest. The Ohie Deme' crats are still casting nbeut for some individual who has, aspirations in the direction of martyrdom. TUK NEED OP THE HOIIIt.' Buffalo Courier. Chauncey Dcpew says that he is about te start a train for Chicago whi...

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 July 1893

w v. ... It v r & " k& Vt H hU pwitimirsw 1)AII.Y, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. iNConrenATED. William It. Cox, JTeiUtmt Themas A.Davis, rtet-PrttiiUttt. William II, Wadswektm, Jr., Stcrttary and Trtaiurtr. TneuAs A. Davis, Editor and Manager. William CI. Jenk. total Editor and Boekkttvtr. OARJ OF BISECTORS. Willi a u It, Cox, M. C. Russell, A, M, J, Cecuban, W, II. Wadhwerth. Jr. Themas A. David. OFFIGE-$f'r'&r xuuaing.sb.n ecu SUBSCRIPTIONS-IX ADVANCE, One Yenr . 8.1 00 ftlx MeuU.... 1 50 Three Menth 73 DELIVERED Y CARRIER. Prr Sfentb ..... Wl tViiU FavaMe te currier at end of month. TO ADVEliTISEHS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . It the largest daily paper printed In Mays- Me count tbe col umn" and measure their length. It gives you mure reading matter than any ether. It Is Mlit at the same price as any ether Mays vllle paper one cent a copy or 'iS rents a month, delivered by car rier or ...

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 July 1893

rSMBS!THHH JfcirFl?''rc3Er' 'vytHfy mmmu t ' JBjPl v ."Ofes-1 i far t f. V, 9 i 5 4 ? Vf" . . ,?. ? - V v -' i iEXHIBIT CLOSED. Alleged Insult te the Russians by U. S. Officials. ! Result of a Demand for the Keys by Customs Officers at the Fair. Thte Waa OotMhlcved an an Iruuilt, ntul Fnl Itopnretton Will lie bnmandfwl ly tbe Mfe ABRrteved I'oreluer OoeiW hi , Heed BeW Ooutrery te Iuw, j CniOAOe, .Jury 21. All the Rwwian ; exhibits at Uk World's fair bave been put under cevw, oed will net be unoov uneov unoev cred te peblVc gOM until satisfaction has beeu grren for an ulleged insult te tlc Russians by the oifleers of the United Stntes. The euueu which led te the action token by tike Russians was a demand by the U. 8. customs authori ties for the keys te the show ctvsre in the Rusedan section. Thursday morn ing a U. 8. customs inspector, accom panied by two detectives, wallscd into tlw Russian eoetlon, end demandcl from a Mr. Plarr, wlw represented several large Russian exhibitors, 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. — 21 July 1893

9 W t ' pf n , .i- r ,S '.ITS' 1. 1 DL1 1 yyPWPiy9WWMft i-i J yWMfct'WWfci wrwRHltirji, Wfrarrtf- ., w WOf&D'tt FAIR j i T' I'lr-vTrN c.e.5s JULY 24th, 1893, GOOD UNTIL AUGUST 8th. Regular Train With Sleepers. :EL)ROPEAN PLAN.: ROUTE. i i $ Special Hetel Rates for Lenger Period, i EXCUlsieN Included. Metel i :f: . rff'!: v .. S3 F A. i? .' Rr- . .J ft ITbe Editor of The Ledger la net respousl respeusl respousl bie for the opinions exprcssed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend ents: but nothing reflecting upon thocharae thecharae thocharae ter or hnblts of auy person will be admitted te these columns.! 4mCerretamUnt will please setul Letter te at lereach u net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Oiee fact in as few word at isible. We want lieu in this ilejxwtmcnt, and net advertising notice or political argument. OUU AGENTS. Tliu following are authorized Agents for TnE Public Ledeeii in thelr respective local lecal ities: Meranbutv Matthew Hetlman. Helena Hebert IJ. Cord. Mltierva Frank W...

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 July 1893

HrrvpQWFF'-w f'wyy "! v ytyyw,l!f7 "' " i,g?BwyIF l'lWUMJnit.iiiiWIWwpWMiyiM r - t .v Ssai ,pAxL;r, Rev. Geerge O. Barnes is poking the dovIUntherllMaXBWiijiiti. ? t PUBLIC LEDGER Jl The passenger traffic en the C. and O. Is very heavy, many going te Chicago and ethers te the different summer resorts. ' i i Invitations arc out announcing the marriage of Miss Pattie Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. llebcrt A. Miller, te And row ?. Lamb, The ceremony will be performed at the Presbyterian Church, Mlllersburg, Tues day afternoon, August 1st, at 6 o'clock. TAUIPF MCTUltRS. When Orevcr Clovelanil wan elected I'resldent en a plntferm declaring l'retcc ilen unconstitutional the number e Work Werk ilngnien earning goeil wages lu the pro tected tilnte glass Industry whs 10,000 itMYav xxruBLicAtr. SECOND YEAR. MAYSVILLE, KY, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1893. ONE CENT. kirf?! ILLS m" ,iM f" I- '. II Er J'V Sj-1 lift t K f -. I ... V, 81 S 7 , ,v- i Br -.,- ,J3:t i- i :(, Hub 'The threat of Frce-trade li...

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