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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 4 August 1893

w m .j j i1 8U. h" ' .' DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INfcORrOKATED. WlLUAMlT.COX, THOMAS A. DAVIS, irttidtnt Vlee-rreiUUnt. t, WitMAMn.WADSWQnTU.Jr., Sccritary and Treaiurtr. Themas A. Davis, ...,......... EM (ter and Managtr. WlLilAH Q. Jenes, Letal ICdlter and JBoekkctvtr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Wl-Ll-K.II. Cox, M.O. Uusskll, A. II, J, Cechbax, W. II. Wadswebth, Jr., TneMAH A. Davis. nWH'Tfi JS Public Ledbtr ruthUng.Xe.lO n.t "J-g-t vJ 17lrt Stmt. ..... subscriptiens-jit as vaxch. One Year .... ... .-,...-.. 83 1X1 Six Months...... 1 Three 3f oaths........... ...............-.... 73 J)-"- VSRSO BYCA RRISR. ler Mealh . .... tuU Parable te carrier at end et month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the ejjlce. ,'i THE LEDGER . . r? It the largest dally paper printed In Mays Tllle count the cel- BTi nmns ana measure tseir ra$ IeDKth- It gives yen mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price 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. — 4 August 1893

$&s T'i vjm hu f" V ' -" t w IS. -V tf.v f t tefr. It f m ir W VAN LOON HANGED. Met Death Wltb Prayer en His Lip. OeMJMBCfl, 0., Aug. 4 Frank Van Loen, tile CelumbuS Grove bank robber and murdcrav was exueuted Thursday night en tha eoaffeld in the annex of the penitentiary. Tlie drop foil at 12:17, and the prisoner was pronounced deed In fourteen irolnntea. The execu tion waa skillfully conducted, and Van Loen died, with a prayer en his lips. The prisoner expressed adcslre short ly before 6 oc,leck)Tbursday.ovenlng te ue baptised, and Chaplain Durley re paired te the annexe with the emblems of Ibe, JMebedLst faith u bowl of WaterInte which he dipped his fingers and blessed the culprit The death warrant waa rend at 11:15 o'clock. When, the warden and deputy won't Inte the annex Van Loen was ly ing 'down, but quickly arose. He con tinued te pretest his innecence and said they would hang an Innocent man. Otherwise he was net particularly moved. He hoped the Lord would for fer fer g...

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. — 4 August 1893

; rT T' ' 7,7"VV &3V ?"p ( r 1 &' fev ijr ? if- ;r "V COLLAPSED. Four Persons Killed and Many i Injured. Gajety at Bosten Suddenly Turned I Inte Mourning. The Chelsea Yacht Club Balcenjs leaded i Wlth.reeple, Suddenly Fall, 1'rectpltaU lug IU Occupant! Thtrty-l'ear Feet te the Fleat and Inte the Water. Bosten, Aug. 4. A distressing acci dent occurred at the boat-heuso of the Chelsea Yacht club, en Broadway, ncai the brldge ever the Mystic river, Thursday evening, which changed a night of gayety and enjoyment te one of mourning. Four persona arc dead, while- some fifteen or mere arc Injured te a greater or less extent The club was having a concert and Illumination at its quarters, In honor of tbe ladies, many of whom were pros nt from Chelsea and neighboring places. All had proceeded pleasantly until shortly before 9 o'clock, when one of the balconies gave way suddenly, and most of Its occupants were thrown te the pier or float below in Indescrib able confusion. The rear of 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. — 5 August 1893

v vi Jfk rl w TnE world's horses number 63,050,000. DAILY Ledez de Veqa wrete J.800 plays and' PUBLIC LEDGER 400 interludes ana rurces. 4 I U tt W7m aV Tt t m nP-ta t . i-C . J -1- AUnii AVIIIVf TAKIFF l'lCrxpilIM. In 1800 tliere were nbeut 3,380t280 wool aplndlcs til the United States continuing ncr 400,000,000 Veu will feel llke a new man If you take N fc Qtinbtnn'i A Hlin(- et.l in -, litrvrvrl t-n-. -,-S eughly clean. It is a fine tonic, Invigorates MAVBVILLB KKVVBLICAK, and cleanses the whole system. Fer sale by .$ Pewer Si Hoynelds, druggists. S jji yt .-n ,. rr m r fu A f r . m. ! r&w9l!l nEVh r &. tm n s C , tWS & V& IV- ir- w r&t.- V i l m:,. . ffiK" ' J. -, K " V& &.' - . F : S B .- i- ' , I '& W. 80 'j i K .y 1 c ft - LX pounds of wool. Great lirltntn with 0,000,- 000 spindles, or nearly twlce ns uinny, consumed only 470,000,000 pounds of wool. The difference Is enslly accounted for. The English mills used n high percentage nf shoddy. ThoAi...

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. — 5 August 1893

;vw P- l" -1 '.ji .Llr TiJKTiR V fOSfiaH! v Ifn-tw r.i -. i jjr v Wfrvs L,-s J- VT, 'rfrtx4l . .!Tyi'1l"ll ."" sWi4Ms'sAfl 4 , , v 5ffl Hi -I c" rjwj ' ' Vi'i i "F $ S' &' .fl WWW mwmmm DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOItrOItATEO. K WllAlAW H. Cox, Tuem h A. Davis, Vitt-JrtiUUiU. w irenatm William It. WiinwnnTK. Jr.. 3" Awlnrtl nml 1Vl ! f1 Til num A. Tlxvifl Kittter nml Mannarr. "William 0. Jexxh, Lecal Editor mid Boekkr evt r. ' .B0,4.K.D Of DIRECTORS. WlLLUU II. COS, M. C. RORSFLL, A, M.J. Cochran, w. it. Wadhweuth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. OFFICE-'? '? ""'. e. ie , Thint Otrttt, SUSSCRIPTIONS-IIf AD VAKCE. One "Vmr .... ..... S3 e Six MenUi... ............ 1 00 Three Mentli................................ 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth . .. 83 Onta Parable te carrier at end of month. . ' TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at i. the office. THE LEDGER . . Is the largest dally paper printed In Majs vllle c...

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. — 5 August 1893

l m- - A'1 t ' K tl , r - i- -V 1 '. . . I IK . t " It J ' i" ' THE YERKES TELESCOPE JJjJU. the Grid's I'atr Neftrlj CqmplefcMl- V ITtiA Tm Tmfratnalit nf lt Rlaa tti Ute World. ! Chioaeo, Aug. &. The great Yerk 08 refracting telescope ia being rapidly ' put tegether in the1 north end of the manufacturers! building ut the World's fair, and Inside of a week will be prac tically complete, with the exception of the: 40-lncb'objeot-glnsa, which Alvin . Clark, f .Bosten, is; new: making. ,.iThe Ycrkea Instrument will weigh 6cvcntyflva teqa, making it the heav loot as well as the largest Instrument of' its elasi in the world. .' Thc idea' of putting this monster tel escope together at the World's, fair Waft evolved some months age, but nothing was done except te place the, pier in po sition until a few days age, when the tube and multiple fittings began arriv ing from the shops of Warner & Bwa scy, in Cleveland, 0., where the cast ' ings wcre mode. ,',-A large crowd of gathers dai...

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. — 5 August 1893

l ft- .Oi i kn .! t t r ? " LEADERS' VIEWS Congressman Sperry Favers the Repeal e.f the Sherman Law. Burns, of Missouri, Favers the Repeal, ' With a Suitable Substitute. Bayer, of Teiaa, Hays thn I'eepl of HU Stat Want th Ocpealerth Lntr, Det Net Before Thy Ar Assured of a Satisfactory Substitute Fer It. Washington, Aug. 5. Representa tive Saycrs, of Texas, hat arrived In Washington and la stepping at Wil lartTs. Gov. Saycrs is the man te whom Speaker Crisp is expected te eiler the chairmanship of the committee en ap propriations. When seen Friday night he declined te express himself at all en the matter of appropriations. "Yeu are never sure of anything un til you get It," he 6ald, "and I de net like te talk about the work of the commit cemmit commit tce en appropriations until I knew I will be en that committee." When asked as te the position of the people in his state en the money ques tion, he said: "Frem what I have seen and heard in Texas during the past bummer, I think I am 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. — 7 August 1893

f-n i wjK iw; " i "' i ik & -m i WT-V w&: r .-' S?fi IT R t' fc Lv fa mm Slwi.? nofeolce." TARIFF PICTOnEa. Domeorntlo organs nre trying te dls credit th Amerlcnti tin pinto Industry by tiMertlng thnt American tin pinto U mnde with foreign black plntes as a tiailn, The nets are thnt the first quarter of 1803, ns compared with the last quarter et 1803, shows nn lucroase In the use of foreign black plates of only 10 3OTHH per cent., and an Increase In the use of American black plntes of 00 .per cent. iVte Yerk Press, A LOADED GUN. Philadelphia Press. Even the Free . trade nowspapers are beginning te get scared en the Tariff qucstleu. TUB BAGOEHS. New Yerk Press. la sand bagging American industries the Free-traders wind bagged the American laborer. . HE COULDN'T DO IT. Baltimore American. -Mr. Clevcland could add a vast amount of interest te bis special message by telling exactly bow many fish be caught. A DIAGNOSIS. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. What has shaken tbe busines...

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. — 7 August 1893

&, ,' m wwmm DAILY, KXOEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCORPORATED. WILLIAM It. Cox, WreiMtnt Themas a. Davis, Vlce-rrtiUUnt. William II. Wadswehtu, Jr., Secretary and Treaturer. Themas A. Davis, .................. ffdUer ami Manager. "William G. Jenes, Lecal Editor anil Bookkeeper. BOARD Or DIRECTORS. Willi 31. Cox, M. c. Kusskll, jL. M. J. Cochran, W. II. Wadswehth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. VfJlUJ-Wh turret. . . . . . BUBSCRIPTI0XS-1X ADVANCE. ene Tenr . ................ .......... ............83 OU .Six MenIh................... 1 30 Three) Menth...... .... ........... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth .........................,. -..as Out Payable te carrier at end e( month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER li the largest dally paper printed In Mays Tills count the col umns and measure tbelr length. It gives jeu mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price as auy.etber Mays...

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. — 7 August 1893

.?A fV -r ' V UJ" 1 1l?l i' n & v - j :? 'n wwnirATTwr N" UiXVAWlMVWlU United States Bends for Treas ury Notes. .' nnnerrA:e.mnn .TnhnRnn's Sfihflmn fnr Selving the Financial Problem. no Will Introduce la Congress n 1)111 te Tlint rffoct,-He Thinks It Offers a Simple, Hnfe, Immediate. nnl 8u(lU clout Hrtnedjr far the Trouble. Washington, Aug. 7. Congressman TemL. Johusen, of Cleveland, proposes te Introduce In the heuse of rdprescnta tjyes a bill which Tepi firmly bellevcB will ' relieve the money stringency and , settle the vexatious problem. t.The propesod measure Is entitled: "An Act te Permit the Exchange of United States Bends for Treasury Notes." It provides that any holder of bends may deposit same with the treasurer or assistant treasurers of the United States and roceive thcro thcre thcro fe'r their face value in treasury notes. The bends shall net bear Interest while en deposit. Mr Jehnsen says: "The bill offers a simple, safe, immediate and sufllcicnt remedy for the 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. — 7 August 1893

i V $ .1 r v; w. w V." tv , i. -nlymi 4 r , . , iIQp.t9" $ t " Jl - ,,W(VfW Vh w,j- , 'Jj. "IVftVVTK 'Ji. hV OPEN SUNDAY. The Attendance at the Fair Very Small. It Is Estimated That the Fair Ce. Lest $10,000 by Being Open. It Ii Fosslble That Several of the Most At tractive Farti of the Exposition Will Be Continued for Anether Yrr The . Paid Attendance Since Muy. Chicago, Aug. 7. Judge Stein's In junction being still in force, the World's fair was open Sunday. It cost the ex position company at least 110,000 te obey the Injunction, estimating the small crowd that attended. The at tendance was smaller than last Sunday, the public seeming te understand that wb.Ue Judge Stein can compel the di rectors te make the park and buildings accessible te visitors en Sunday, his jurisdiction does net extend te the point of compelling exhibitors te keep their exhibits open te view. The ex hibitors also understand this, and as far as they are concerned the fair is closed en Sunday. Perhaps ninoty-...

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. — 8 August 1893

tw v ttw i ii rnrwr.. v" .T-is-j-i jmvrir " VUi v iit " 1 tj ttudr . .,.-w- 'rvj m ?!? Pv W- V k, .. y- $ , ."i y ;-V w UL' TAIUFF 1'ICTUltKS. The number of manufacturing employ. cg In Norfolk, Vn., Increased 940.00 per cent, from 1880 te 1800. wage paid Increased Tite total per cent tn tlie Mime tltue. Protection works Impartially, bringing mere work mut mero wage te every section, Hew l'nrk Press. DEMOCRATIC P1UCE9. Chicago Inter Ocean. Jehn Bull Is patronizing Unde Sam's "bargnin conn cenn .tcf," and be Is smart. COSTLY TUITION. Iowa State Register. Experlcnce Is new the schoolmaster, and be is proving ail cxpcnslve one. Since the 4th of March the pcop'le bave pnld htm ever a billion dollars. TIEED. Iowa Slate Register. That 'tired feel ing" seems te have taken a violent held of Govejner Beles, It permeates a great many ether poeplo. Thousands are tired of these "geed old Democratic days." THAT "WILD TEAM." Chicago Inter Ocean. A snarling Cleve land organ says: "Grever Cleveland ...

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. — 8 August 1893

ItVWgfl "ffifcyftMWHBTIEflPTrWCSSBPHiFMflBSM I Ml iimH"PrTMrr11iTiT' ntnnnT i iiMnmMi i ni n mwn tf ITf i- i il I J J " ; ,: WjTx ' . i '$vW?!$5SN vEtt k "VI Jit ! ,f v :,." iff r 1 1 r M 4JIlmiwji IftMLK&taet DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCORPORATED. William If. Cox, Themas A.Davis, ITetldtnt Vice-frtiiilent. William II. Wadsworth, Jr., tktrttary ami Trtaiurtr, Themas A. IHvis. .... t'lllteramt Manager. William O. Jen km, Lecal Editor antl Jloekkerver. BOARD Of BISECTORS, WILLIaU Tf. COX, M.C. RUSSKLL, A.M.J. COCHKAN, W. II. WAEbWOKTH, Jr.. Themas A. Davis. OFFICE t,bUe "'" TrdMtng, A'e. 10 Emt 8OBSCRIPTI0XS-IX AD VAXCE. One Tenr .... ...83 00 Six M enh.. ................... I SO Tfaree ZHenthi .................................. 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Mentli ..............,.................. K3 Cent raynble te currier at end el month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . Is...

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. — 8 August 1893

.. - - -iMfiM-iM mini iiiiiiiiiiii iiiiii iiiwiii ir""TTnn' i t """TfiTiTrHffl V-i . &' & WM," Jf . . J . . 1 T f TOE CONMDS. (The Brethers Return te the Scene of Their Slaughter, And Later Three Riderless Horses Make Their Appearance. ' Grave Apprehensions of Further Trouble The Cabin Heme of the Cenrad In , Ashes, and the Mether and Daugh ter Flee Fer Unknown l'nrts. Louisville, Aug. a If nil signs de net fall, there will be mere bloodshed , in Harrison county, lnd. The Cenrad '' .brothers, who disappeared Sunday morning, are new known te have crossed te Kentucky at that time, They at first intended te fly, but 1 changed their minds, and Monday ' morning, at 9 o'clock, they were rowed back te the Indiana side by one Charles Noc, a fisherman. Noesays ' that they told him they would net rest until they had killed Themas Crosier, W. Ucrbole and Neah Elbert, whom they regarded as the instigators of the white caps against thorn, and that they pnly came back te find these men an...

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. — 8 August 1893

iHHm r r r ?j fc I r " '' SILVER FIGHT. Friend and Fee Prepared te Bat tie te a Bitter End, Mr. Bland Will Submit a Bill te Re. peal the Sherman Act, Substituting In IU Steed a Law I'revldlnj Fer the Pre Coinage et Silver-Mr. Cochran ATM tntrouuee a Ulll j. Fer It Abielute Repeat Washisotes. Aug. 8. The illvet light will begin In the houseJTucS' day. Courtesy will compel the mem bers te watt until the president's mes sage en the subject la read, and the ef fect.upan members that document U likely te have can only be told In the result of the vote en the preposition. A resolution, suspending the pur chasing olause of the Sherman act, will be presented as early as possibly Tuesday when the reutine business el the heuse has been completed. Who will present the resolution has net yet been announced. Mr. Bland will submit a bill provld prevld ing for the repeal of the Sherman act, substituting in its stead a law provid ing for the free coinage of silver. In Mr. Bland's bill the quostlen ...

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. — 9 August 1893

!U& lr & f i;V t V VL w M ..' v- s H&' YW VL "J- f.-s frt. W.. m fe ? ft ' f $ir m A j. V. P. .V ' t Vif W SiM", &' fe. IF Fv . t m. IF 3tfMMii iAiLr E!V&t4B&MraCf-tel8!ID uie . M-T v?s!izzYrfiiire--M i iJ?yn TAIUFJF riCTUUKS. The production niiced tretn , pounds In 1802 te of beet sugar tins nd- ta,004,83B 37,083,333 pounds In 1803, ns lndlcnted liy tlie amounts of bounties paid In the years mimed. This growth of n domestic Indus, try Is hntef ul te the l'roe.trndcrs, nnd they nre demanding the repent of the law which Is causing It. Kew Tnrh Pi ecs. TouciiiNe heck bottom. Buffalo Commercial. The effect of the financial stringency is seen in the tem porary suspension of the regular weekly reports et donations te Yale for a puw dormitory. f THAT DOLLAR WHEAT. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. It you see a farmer standing in a field kick ing himself It Is net necessary te ask what Is the matter. He voted the Dcino Dcine cratic ticket lest fall. CAMPAIGN RHYMES....

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. — 9 August 1893

, a re j'i f fife DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCORPORATED. William IT. Cox, Themas A. Davis, JYctbten Viet-lruidtnt. William it. Wadsworth, Jr., Stcrttary mid 7V caiurcf . Themas A. Davis, .................. ter and Jfanaaer. William CI. Johes, Zeent JTdier nixC Boekkttvtr, BOARD Or BISECTORS. Willi a u n. cex, M. e. Russell, A.M. J.COCHRAK, W. II, Wadhwoeth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. HVFWE &" Ledgtr SulUUng, A'e. 10 Eatt ljj-tu-e TMM &trrtt. . . . SUBSCRIPTI0N8-IX ADVANCE. One Tenr .-..... ........,.TO ,..........3 00 Six MeuUi..................... 1 BO Thre Menth ...,... ............... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Tcr MeBtU............. ......83 CrnU Payable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVURTISEIIS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made kneicn en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . Is the largest dally paper printed In llsjrt Tllle count the col umns and measnre their length. It gives yen mere reading matter than any ether. It U told at 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. — 9 August 1893

f T.J K w THE MESSAGE. i Cleveland Addresses the Extra Session. vtt Tri it. n in i p fnu ui&tjs tuu riuiiipi itupeiu 01 the Sherman Act. K?3 j. I " Congress Should Act and It Quickly. De His Entire Message Devoted te the Financial Question. fnf Industrial and Financial Hvlli Attributed te the Silver Act of 1800-Wliy Confl Cenfl , dence la Ixwt The Tariff Iteferin, Though Fully Fledged, Must Walt Awhile. TViBfTTWrtTVM Airr 4ThA pnnffroflelrtnal , committee waited upon the president shortly after neon, received mosaage and forthwith re- turned te the caplteL Congress was In ses sion, and received the message, which vras as follews: WisiiiKOTON, Aug. a Te the Congress of ' tba United States: The existence of an alarm ing and extraordinary business situation. In volving the welwere and prosperity of aU our people, has constrained me te call together In extra session the people's representatives in congress, te the end that through a wise and ptUriotle exercise et the legislative dut...

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. — 9 August 1893

y. J v .. .. fl w K V a t&. ft lfv K ?.v tat F & i u GROWS BRIGHT. Pittsburgh Mill Men Decidedly of That Opinion. A Number of Mills Have Already Resumed Business, And Otken Are Ilclng 1'nt In Shnpe te Ge te Werk in a Fevr Days-Many of the Glum lleuici Will Ilcauuie Operations In a Short Time. PiTTSDUiteu, Pa., Aug. 0. A silver, or rather, a geld, lining te Pittsburgh's dark clouds of financial depression is apparent for the first time slnce the iron and steel mills closed, June SO. A number of mills resumed Monday, and ethers are being put In shape te go te work by the end of this week or the be ginning of next week. Among the mills which resumed were theso of Jenes & Laughlln, Zug fc Cat and Shocnbergcr & Ce. The Vi ayne Iren Works went .en Tuesday morning. A conference was held at Phillips, Nlmlck & Ce.'s, und that firm will resume by Wednes day or Thursday. The Carnegie mills at Thirty-third and Twenty-ninth streets, In the Lawrencevlllc district were expected...

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. — 10 August 1893

i er?.f '-" WiFJP"r, ,- -, .ii j , i -, k v . i f .;- ; vs &v ml aciti' . .-. :; n TAItlVF riCTCllKS. When the war begun the proportion of American commerco carried In American ships was 05.2 per cent. We have refused te protect our merchant marine ns we protected our ether Indus. tries, and the per cent, of our commerce ' carried by our own ships last year wns 133 per cent. We pay foreigners 8800,000,000 n year te carry our goods ncress the ecenn for us. Under Vree-trnde we should pay them te make our goods for us ns well, New Yerk Press. LIUHT ON JACKPOTS. Memphis Appeal Avalanche. Mr. Cleve land says he has ceme back te Washing ton te de some hard work. The country always feels safer when It knows that he is burning the midnight oil. new conehess can get olery. Baltimore American. It Congress would repeal the Sherman Law and estab lish a ten-dollar rate te the World's Fair, with slceping-car expenses thrown in, it could adjourn in a transcendent blaze of popular glory. ONE TA...

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