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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 28 July 1893

'1 TV-. iiH' t 'te J JV- Fvvt Hi 5 . VH d fnMi DAILY, KXOEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCORPORATED. William II. Cox, TllOMAS A. DAVIS, Vlce-PrtiUlent. William II. Wads worth, Jr., ' Stcretarv end Treaturtr, Themas A. Davis EilUer ami Manager. William Oi Jexwt, Lecal Editor ami Boekktevtr. HOARD OF DIRECTORS. WILLIaUII. Cox, 11. C. llUSSILL, A. M. J. Cochran, W. II. Wadswehth, Jr., Theman A. Davj. OFFICE PuMU Lttlgtr TulMlnff, A'e. JO Halt vx x v TMrtl Stmt SUBSCRIPTIOXS-IX ADVANCE. One Ywr ....... R3 00 Six Menth I se Three JI011I lis 73 DELIVERED B Y CARRIER. Per MeutU ...... aa t't-ul l'Hvable tecnrrlvr 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 Mays- Hie count the mi liums and measure tnelr length. It gives jeu mere reading matter than any ether. It Is Feld at the came price as any ether Mays t ille paper one cent a ropy or 25 cents a month, de...

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. — 28 July 1893

;?' W. A" 3 l h llr iii ' : RE-RATED PENSIONS. A Startlliiir Dtaeerar Mtxkj In the I'errstcm Department. Wabhinotes, July 20 The dlsoev ,cry was made Friday at the ponslen office that sixteen elerks of that bureau have been receiving regularly for four .years, ro-rated pensions that were orderod rescinded by Secretary Neblo In the early part of his administration. It Will be ronwmbeTed that early in Corporal Tanner's administration of the pension office, a number of cm cm .pleyes, ontltled te and drawing pen ilens, had their pensions ra-re-ted te a higher amount. It was nlleged that the re-rating was obtained through political means. A congressional In vestigation follewod that, a number of the empleyes were dismissed from the sorvice, and the pensions of ethers wcre ordered reduced. This order was net enforced bycltlker Commissioner Tanner or Commissioner R&Um, and the ro-rated pensions have ibean paid te the elerks ever since In direct violation of the order of Secre tary Nebl...

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. — 28 July 1893

'" A' r - -"T . 'T- 'f "fp? VV jy-' v A i 4'4f k 4T- ,!P5fp( r ;' R Pi tV. fi 4H tev J:' ,'V t. fi k- i' . MUST STOP. That is Vlat Great Britain Says te France. A Firm Nete On the Siamese Treuble Having Been Sent te Paris. SagllsU Vends Muat Net n Ue1etd la Stemeaa Water China and Oarmany Asked te Jein Ungland In Opposing &. France-Slam Suing for 1'irte. rEW ere, July 30. A cable te the World says, that England has called halt te France's movements In 81am. She will net submit te blockade, and there Is tha greatest activity in army und naval circles. It Is rnmered that it France will net allow British ships te enter and depart from the harbor the British minister in Paris is te ask (or his papers and leave the French capi tal. It is further stated that the Eng lish have asked Germany te demand tie breaking up of the blockade, and that China is ready te join in the move ment against France. Losdew, July 30. The Bangkok cor respondent of the Times telegraphs: "The prompt enforceme...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 31 July 1893

SfSP f.i J t SI t .1 . '4 4 ,Wi "At FV, 1 , -V1 : iV&-. !? r ?i .' ,SJ' m. : 2nJj hS . &? ?. tf TAUIFF l'IOTOHH.3. Tlie Protective TnrlfT decreased the Im Im eort of fernlgu Iren anil utetil from 08.00 pounds per enpltn In 1881 te 10.47 pounds per cnplUt In 1803) nml It In. creased the production of Auierlcnu pig iron In the imine period from 187.70 pound per rnpltn te .110.34 pounds per rnpltn. New Ferfc Frets. CLEVELAND HAHD TIMES. Albany Journal. Thcse should net be termed Jellersenlnn nor Jncksentan hard times. Thcse arc Clevelnml hard times. Beth Jeffersen and Jacksen were Pro tectionists. THE VOICE Of EXI'EIIIENCE. Washington Pest.U theso Colerodoans who arc unduly excited will apply te the residents of the state of Seuth Carolina they will learn of something te their advantage. Hr rEUTINENT. Bosten Journal. Among all of Hoke Smith's reductions and suspensions has anybody heard of the lightning striking a single cx-Confcdcrate pensioner of the Mexican War. one nnctPE. ...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 31 July 1893

n, ' 4: l !.' y ' V MVH-t ;.gi LAST DAY FOR CITY TAX JAMES W. FITZGERALD, Collector and Treasurer. OFFICE Keith-Schroeder Harness Company. ?. J ,."; f- Ee! !. '-, ?l T. ;; 1 a t ."I1. rf- i t. &' v K. V BnMiflisWa DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOHrOHATED. William H. Cot, fretUlenl TllOMAH A. DAV1, Vtet-prutilwt. William It. WADnwenTH,Jr., Secretary anil Treniurtr. TU0MA8 A. DAVIS, .................. EMter atvl itanaper, William O. Jenes, total EJtter ami Bookkeeper. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. William II. Cox, M. C. Hushkll, A. M. J. Cochran, W. It. Waduwehth, Jr., TuevAt A. Davim. UJfJlt.nir,i strut. . . . . SUBSCRIPTIOXS-IX AD VAXCE ) One Tir ... ....... : "' Mix Meutli I 30 Ture Meutb ........... . - 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. rer Menth ......... IVnl Payable te earlier 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 dallr paper printed In Mays Tille cennt the col um...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 31 July 1893

tv p' te K m m fY.. Ek '"" Al BUENOS AYRES 1 Is the Scene of Several Heavj ; - Battles. The Radicals Have Begun a Revo lutionary Mevement, And lKhtln Toek I'lace In Twcntj Towns, One llattle at Ilosarle Lasting Six Hours The Government Asks , . ' Congress te Proclaim Hlege. Buenes Ayahs, July 31. Thu null cals have begun a revolutionary move ment in the provinces, of Buenes Ayrci and Santa Fe, and fighting has been going en In 'twenty towns In the first named province since daybreak Sun (lay. According te advices se far re ceived, the insurgents seem te be vic torious. There was desperate fight ing at Rosarlo, the battle lasting sis hours. Dr. Alcm, the radical louder, has is sued a manifesto, dcclariug that the ' time has ceme for the people te rise and recenquer their rights and libert ies. The tracks of the Southern and Wcstern Ensenada railroads hove been tern up in several places by revolution ists" with the view of preventing or de laying the transportation of troops and munit...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 31 July 1893

&v! !; ri i" A B. SP- ACCEPTED. A Conerence of French Ministers Held Sunday Evening And New the French Cabinet is in a Ferment. Apparently England Gets mera Than Her Share, ami the Trench Minister IlaU a Ileir llefore feluui Yielded Newspapers Atte-ck Devellc. Pabis, July St. The meeting of min isters te consider Slntn'S unreserved ac ceptance e( Fruoce'B ultimatum wua held at the Elysce between 5 und 7 o'clock Sunday evening. President Car Car net came from Marly-le-Itel te preside, Thcse members of tbe cabinet were present; Depuy, premier! Polncerre, minister of education Rieunler, talnta ter of marine Vlette, minister of pub lic werlcss Develle, minister of foreign affairs. M. Terrier, minister of com merce and colenics, and M. Dclcasse, under secretary of 6tate for colenics, telegraphed that they would support any action which the council might take. As far as can be ascertained, M. I'eytral, M. Guerin, Gen. Lolzlllen and AL Viger, the ether absentees, offered no special exc...

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

.'r?.."?''jr?' H M r r h r !" JO1'' Y g. '$ fe TAUIFF 1'ICTUltHS. Kdwnrd Atklaen, nn henest Freetrader, leclfres thnt "the AVeiiterii fnrmer Is te n gifnter extent creditor thmi he In debtor," mid dhows thnt according te eMclnl statis tics the iorcentnge of mortgaged farms In the stnte of Michigan has decreased from 47.4 in 18S8 te 3S.g In 1803. iYcu) Ferfc rrti. A NEW TITLE. Osirege Times. The L. L. D. recently added te Ii,oke Smith's title mentis, appropriately,' .enough, Docter of Laws the ponsieh laws. GONE TO 1'UOTEST. Evening. Pest. The Democratic party, which purchased power last November by lssiiing notes due after March 4th, 180J, premising te pay an increased National prosperity, has defaulted en its paper. WHAT IT MEANS. St. Leuis Glebe-Democrat. Commis Cemmis Commis eloncr Lochren's definition of the present pension policy is te the effect that the law of 1800 is being se interpreted as te take away pensions much faster than they are granted. 4 IIECAPINO TIIE WHIIILWIND....

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 1 August 1893

i US lT t"5if i r Vf y; fff rrt'S ,. :r- X v. ifr ' - m 43 V '. E. r t Bw' $. W I . v 1 f. l: ?) .!' fefB fttrjlfe DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. ttiConrenATED. fc WILLIAM jr. cex, Themas A. Davis, I'lec-iYrifrfenf. r ; . reniMiu William It. Wadswertu, Jr., Secrttarv ami TYeaitirer. Themas A. Davis, Editor and Manager. K " William O. Jenes, XeaI iftifer and .BoeJtJtffDer. beard or DIRECTORS. ' ' William K. Cox, M.O.Russell, A. M. J. COCHRAK, W. H.WADSWOBTH.Jr., Themas A. Davis. FFICEfif ' XutMlne, A'e. 10 i.W I7i(rc 61ml, SUBSCRIPTIONS-IX ADVA h'CE. One Year .. 83 00 nix Hentli 1 30 Three Menlh 7 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per MeulU as Cnl Payable te carrier at end of mouth. TO ADVERTISERS. . Advertising rates uniform anil reason' g, , able and made kne.icn en application at nthe office. L'-:' , .... ..,..,. ... 5.V"- Pk. THE LUlHifcK . . wuBw Is the largest dally jiaper printed In Mays Tllle rennt the col umns an J measure their length. It gives you mere reading matter 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. — 1 August 1893

T (Wi M v y W; . " H Id. 7 ( 3 t fw.i " Ah BBHHfi I M56J; SHIfjj Wf t'A S s A YOUNG cyclone. ,A Destructive Wind nnd Ituln Visits CnlilnelL O. lllenrlnir Down Hnd Un- ' rooting HeniH. Caldwell, 0m Aug. 1. Tlie worst storm that ever visited tills country came from the north Monday after noon, coming down the vullcy, striking the city about 3t45. The buildings de molished the worst arc the Prcsbytc rian -church. J. P. Hamuli's residence. : 2.' Wm. Olldden's large brick buslness rooms, bank building nnd an Innumer- able number ei small residences i v throughout the city. The church was blown te the ground aud lu an instant was a complete wreck. Tlie cupola of the church struck the Ilanncls rosi resi dence nnd completely destroyed the upper story. The bank building was partially un roofed and at the rate the rain poured In It Boomed aa though the building would give way. It is a large three story structure. Win, Tipton, assist ant jtfSshicr of the bank, was working at lr?s desk when a s...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 1 August 1893

T v;,; u Ik ' .. i f BUTCHERED. Like Pigs Farmer Nenemacher Kills His Family. He Feared That He and His Chil 1 dren Would Starve te Death. Three litems VNth an Ax Settled 11U Wife Then the Weapon Was Turned en the Three Children, nit of Whom Were Sluta Attempted Suicide. Antioe, Wis., Aug. L Win. None Nene macher, a farmer living nine uilles southeast of Antlge, murdered his wife and three children at 10 o'clock Satur day night and then made an unsuccess ful attempt te take his own life The deed was net discovered until Sunday afternoon, and the news reached here Monday morning. At the inquest Xoncmacber made a full confession. He said the crops were peer and he was afraid of starving, that his wife's parents were In Quebec, where they had come all the way from Germany, and wanted money and h had none te send. He had Intended te kill his family Friday night, but he changed his plan te Saturday night Aiter the family was asleep he went out and get an ax and returned te de the deed. l...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 2 August 1893

dKW 1 1 tf I - ' 'jr. r. , ,. & ti" i &:. ' i? 'M w ' It, A 3,r,- v i-. Ei jw ! 4 'i YM Wy ' Ph i 3 v EW A "" i .- " EV &8f Sift 7v"" Mr!, K7 a "W r&v JV sfflHfial TAIIIIW riOTOKES. rrco-trndem hnve porglatently nsftnlletl 'the Amertcaii tin pinto Industry; ou the ground thnt the product wns largely com posed of "tonic" platen lusteiid of bright tin. An i mntter of fact, the production et bright tin plates hna Increased from 0,138,730 pounds In the last quarter of 1808 te 1B,(1B7,030 pound for the three months ending MnichSlst, 1803. iVeu) Yerk Prctt. nKPbULICAN MONEY. Chicago Inter Ocean. Many National banks have failed, but no man is at all uneasy who has a pocket-book full of bills issued by the breken bauks. They arc Republican bank notes and are as .geed as geld at all times. There is no wildcat in National bank bills. THE ONLY ROAD. TO CONFIDENCE. Banger (Me.) Whig and Courier. The business of the country te-day is build ing barricades, seeking shelter in bomb ...

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

"A r, I (?-: K' it ir fc !. - MBfla DAILY, EXUBPT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. ISCOlirenATED. Wh.ua H. Cox, Themar A. Davis, freiitUiU Vlet-lTtihltttt. William H. Wamwertu, Jr., Secretary mwl Trtaiurer, Themas A, David Eillter ami Manager. "William (I. Jenes, Lecal Editor and Boekkttner. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WILLIaU It. COX, M, C. IlUSSKLL, A. M. J. Cochran, W. II, Wadsworth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. nWVTfJK PubUe Ltdgir Fuinilng, Ae. 10 Rati VfrHjH, Thinl Strut. . . . . . subscriptions-ix a d vaxce. On Ycnr .. 93 oe Six Menth....... 1 30 Three 31eutli. 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth IV11U Payable te carrier at end e! month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made knoicn,en application at the office. THE LEIHiEll . Is the largest dally paper printed In Ha)s vllle count the col umn! anil measure their length. It plves run mere reatlluj; matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price as aur ether Mays- lite raper one cent a ropy or 25 cents a mouth,...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 2 August 1893

ii BP " i .'.'". 'wBm i 'Buni'i.A k " . tw tM r-f K'. s H1! k: ?! V r THE NEXT HOUSE. ,A Caucus te Select Employee Will Likely Im Held Saturday. Washington, Aug. 2. Ne call has yet bcen issued for a. demoeratie caucus this week, but it is almost certain thnt the meeting will be held next Saturday night Representative Kobertson, of Louisi ana, who is one of the senators for the caucus, tolegrnphed te Mr. Helman for permission te issue the necessary call, but has net received a reply. In view of the important matters that will oemo up in congress as seen as the session is fairly started and the fact that Mr. Crisp will bp given the speak ership, tlie reorganization of the house is attracting but little general interest. The candidates for the position of ser-geant-et-arms are Judge Ycxler, who held the position in the last congress, and Snmuel E. JohnBen, a Washington correspondent, and ex-Iloprcsentatlvo Snow, of llliueis. Yoder and .Jehnsen are from Ohie, and the present contest wil...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 2 August 1893

4 Wx - w: vv ' - r TW.y 1 TV ,( iSKJBM'VM-!Jt,xS!l VW- w4! Uffljrwi ifaBateasassat jyfl5jttwj5 JT""Sf - w'wwihihN(i.'4iw1 l"1 l M' ,"t- m. ttyr ' t if - w ,- y . 7 r i A REBELLION Against the Apostolic Delegate, Mgp. Satolli. Sensational Developments In Amer ican Catholic Politics. Mgr. SateUl. It U Said, Will Unnible Arch. blihep Cerrlgnn, Uttfnre the Public The Archbishop's Offenv) Was the Refusal te Reinstate Dr. IlurUell. MinkeApemh, Minn., Aug. 0. The Journal printed Tuesday a sensntleuul artlole en recent developments In American Catholic politics, which It declares comes from the highest au thority. Archbishop Satolli, the papal delegate, left last night for Washing ten after having spent sevcrnl weeks In the northwest, and the Journal declares that the rebolllen of Archbishop Corri Cerri gan, of New Yerk, is new te be pun ished, and In a very diplomatic way. The head and front of the offending archbishop of New Yerk has been his refusual te reinstate Dr. Burtsell in his erlg...

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

JmF&r,K '.n .w-tr &' WW," W'.S '": fir 'V 'I- J tj?. u , r ,, V ! W a ' l RT. 1' flu 5,1 Wi .4'j ? i' ' H Jr.' 'a. V ; i fV 3" TAUIFF riOTDHKS. The American morehnnt marlne Is net lirotccted lllce our ether grent Nnllenat In terests, llesultt Of the vast velttma of our expert te foreign countries 08 iHIHMHHHHBi jcr cent, mid only Is cmrlcd In foreign shipping 8 icr cent. In Amertcnn shipping, Ktw 1'erk Pre. TH0UDL0US SEAS. Allany Express. The four big C's that , the country new sees Clevcland, the Change, Calamity and Collapse TARDY. St. Leuis Glebe-Democrat. The pen sion dropping policy is a long tiine getting around te the case of General Jehn A. Black. own ur. Kansas City Journal. New let Presi dent Clereland be as candid as Admiral Tyron and cenfess: "It was all my fault." ACQUAINTED. Rochester Pest-Express. We knew of a large red apple that we will wager en the certainty that Mr. Clevcland will use the word " my" in his silver message. UNDENIABLE. Kansas City Journal. 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. — 3 August 1893

?Y C Wttim DAILY, KOKPT SUNDAY, BY U THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. iHCOnrenATED. Wjijjam n. Cox, PrttUlatt ThemahA. Davis, Vlee-PrtiUlcnt. WILLIAM II. WAD8W0BTU, Jr., , tStcrttary nmi Trtaiurer, Themas A. Davis, .,..........,. Kit Uer nrvl Manager. William a. JeitKa, Xecat JEUIer ami .BoeHrAtrcrr. .BCM-RD OF DIRECTORS. WilliaK 11. Cox, M, C. nnssKLL, j A.-M. JiCOCUBAX, W. It. Wadbwerth, Jr., 11IUHAS A JJAVIH. OFFICE-iuW! 'ffr itiWInff, JVe. JO .SiH Sji JSU38CRIPTIONS-IX ADVANCE. ene Tr .... ..........,.. ............. a oe AtX Menth....,...................... .. ........ I 30 Taree MenUi..................................... 73 DELIVERED BT CARRIER. Vex Menth ....m.............-.. 03 tVitU l raTaeia 10 carrier m ena ei auuiu. TO ADVERTISERS. V Adverttsmg rates uniform and reason- r' abfc and motto Anetcn en application at & the office. THE LEDGER . . Is the largest dally paper printed la Mays tllle tennt tbe eel nuns and measure their length. It girts yen mere reading matter than any eth...

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

wras w'i iTswTfr,,','v fvr' tir w.t,iv v i' i asaiw i ill !! ' i iii i iihti i iim i 'i i i iwamfunnin uti Tn' f . i utim wiu.'wiki . r Jti V . aa IK - 7 r " 3" 7,1 IVf tyjy- f V I ' ik. &i t Wf I'm r ) AtTIKt LASSfft m Y& fit 'M1' 'w Ear. THE COMHESS. . Beth Houses Ready for Occu pancy at Any Moment. The VenttlntleD Has Been Greatly Improved in Beth Chambers. The Next'UdeW Will CetiiUt of 680 JUm bars, air ncreaic-ef Twteaty-Flv Over Vatt Cengress-rTh ITloet1 of the ji IIetiM Covered With New Carpet. , YAshotex Aug. 8. 60. far 34 the chAmWr of the scnate and the house, at representatives is concerned, congress could taoet Thursday. Jn the senate, under the ardors of the new tcrgoant tcrgeant Btarnla, CeL Bright, the fleer has been covered with matting-.aud has, the ap pearance of a delifyhtfuUy cool and in vitlng ehatnber. The ventilation has heea grreatly improved, and all through the building new pipes have been run that connect with the fans in the baw ment and foree the...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 3 August 1893

-'" " '""- PPIjHRpP? jU.S"M"W V " 5Pf?w?rjSi sftt ?j rV y. f!l fel V . ..: LtH-; V. '.? & N . FOR CONTEMPT. Fair Commissioners Fined Thousand Dollars. One Seme Get OIF With & Less Penalty for -. . Closing en Sunday, According te Their Light med Knewledf Of the Offeaie A Peller of Retrench. nient te Ilegln, and Thousand of Empleyes te be Discharged. Cuicaoe, Aug. 8. Judge Stcln of the superior court Wednesday morning de cided that the World's fair directors and officers who had been directly re sponsible for closing the opposition gate Sunday, July 43, had violated the injunction granted in the Cllngman pe tition and were consequently guilty of contempt Be ordered that Directors Gage, Hutchinson, Honretln, MeNallr and Korfoet should be fined 81,000 each and stand committed te jail until the fine was paid. In the case of Director Victer F. Lawsen the court held that the officer had voted in the belief that the In junction had lapsed and was net Inten tionally guilty. In view o...

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. — 4 August 1893

v If 5 til 8fx S Rfc K , . ,. V ?. 5iVi- 1 fir pv w , t '.- PA S E 1. & TAUIFF riCXUHKS. The average wages of Southern working men engaged In Icen ero mining nnd ether Industries dependent en pig Iren wero 8304 03 HMHHHHHHH J n 1880, nnd jjMOfllO hi 1800. Vet many Southern Jeurnttls nre clttmerlng for the reversal of the Tartu policy which made this progress possi pessi lf. New Yerk Prets. SEARCUIKO FOR A. VICTIM. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. Motte of tbu Ohie Demecrats in the search for a Gubernatorial candidate: "Every man away from his pest." ONE CONSOLATION. St. Leuis Qtobc-Demecrat.ThoTC Is consolation in the fact that the failures arc by no means se numerous as they would be under the Democratic system of state banks. anenT en riu. St. Leuis Glebe-Democrat. When Cleve land says that he anticipates a long and ? bitter fight ever the silver question he means mat no uoueis it no uas patrenage 'enough te buy the Democratic Senators , with whom he has been dickering. , MIS...

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