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

' V- - vr .f avr ' '3$WTi$v?ry " - rr v y t I?' r TffiE PtJBilCLBBGER CO. iNCOiirouAXEe. William It. Cox, tuema a. Davis, ITtiUltnt Vict-frtiMtnt, William II. Wacswertu, Jr., Secretary and Treaturtr, Themas A. Davib, ............ &IUer and ilantiQtr, "William a. Jenxs, Xecat Editor and Boekktcver, BOARD Or DIRECTORS. WILUaM II. COX, M. 0. RORSKLL, A.M. J.Cechban, W. II. Wadsworth, Jr., Themas a. Davis. OFFICE p"tlie Ledger ulMlng, A'e. It Salt 8UBSCRIPTI0Na-Ilf AD VAXCS. B6 Ifr M.M.H.. ..M....HM ..(M...M.....MM83 00 Six MebUii....,.,.. ,. 1 00 Ttaree Menth............................ 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. rer Menth ,...............................a5 Cents Parable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVEKTISEKS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. ;& THE LEDGER . . Ii the largest dally paper printed In My. vllle count the col umns and measure their length. It Rives you mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same ...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 10 August 1893

M " W t '' ' Wr-C'E i-dT"--' ...,V; r: C It if M4 J k ' j: S m iflHjPt gEftg'j ft tss iAUp'i fGROOKS GALORE. I' Thefts, Murders, Highway Reb beries and Like Crimes y Committed by Chicago Criminals Every Heur of the Day. An Ohie Bey Held Up by Twe Highway men nuil Dangerously Wounded by Tite llalleU Frem tbe Rebber' Pistols no May Net llocever. World's Faiii, Cnioxeo, Aug. 10. Thefts, murders, highway robberies and -similar crimes arc committed by "Chicago criminals every hour of the day and night; in fact these attempts are se frequent that the authorities hardly pay sufficient attention te them, but let matters take their own course. Inside of the fair grounds crimes are very rarely committed, but outside among the lakeside shows and cir cus tents hundreds and hundreds e'f crooked and dangerous highwaymen make their headquarters. Ohie people have been little troubled with crim inals, but lately Bevcral bold attempts have been made te rob and kill Ohie people during the late hours o...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 10 August 1893

r v AN AGREEMENT. Free Coinage Men Will for the Repeal Vete Of the Sherman Act Providing Some thing is Given in Return. They Demand Silver Upen 8ueh n Ratie a Will Maintain Ita Parity With Geld Tkls Was Agreed te at Their Caucus Wednesday. WjusmseTON, Aug. 10. fn the house; end of the capltel the free-silver men held a caucus. Maey members who arc against unconditional repeal, but who de net favor unllmlted coinage at ttm present ratio, did net attend. .M$ The effort te push the silver question te an early decision and the uncom promising terms of the president's mes sage here stimulated the "geld bugs;" as the silver men call them, te enter upon new fields te cenquer. Although the geld reserve has been restored tc the one hundred-million mark, and there Is a cemf ortable surplus ever that sum, the demand for an issue of bends has broken out again In several spots. At the close of the caucus It was of ficially announced that the following resolution, offered by Mr. Beatncr, ei Louis...

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. — 11 August 1893

-E""'.r7i i t wi? 1 ft? e PS;W? &Mi 5 fc tt rA,e in', fitt '1 Iflvr TAttrfif tirrrtmij. fWEOHC. ft V Ems The total tonnnge of steniu essein Hying ' Nf ' i WeK the Stars nnd StrltiuM which clenred from i -' i The total tonimgeof stentu essein Hying the Stars nnd Stripe which cleared from ports of the United States In the foreign trnile daring; the lust three mouths of 893 amounted only te (130,384 teus. Stenni vessels flying foreign ling which cleared In the sixme tluie rcpro rcpre Heuted 3,108,fi83 tens. This humiliating showing Is the rdsnlt of neglect te protect the Amerlcnii ship. Xcw Tork Prtts. TARDY. Pittsburgh Dispatch. It Is about time for Secretary Grcshani te make anetUer inventory of his politics and find out where he, stands en the leading questions of the day. A RIDICULOUS QUESTION. St. Paul Pioneer Pi-ess. "Where are our statesmen t Where are our finan ciers?" asks Senoter Vest of Missouri. They were very generally defeated last fall, Senater. A 8L0W SECOND. St. Le...

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. — 11 August 1893

K TIVj 4? "-" WiS'a2:,-,i c r irV-j $ i i s '4 . WPSfe .& JJ . sw v .. YELLOW JACK tn.. 1 1 -AHiai? tw iwiii fmft-iifflitiiAiimilr irtiiYliiniii fl Vtju.. -- ' ' : ' .. rj.wfv 'ft " ' '!H 4. VJ IT YJJ hii R. Si DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCORPORATED. WtLUAWlI. COX, TllOMAS A. DAVIS, lreti,Unt Vlee-PretUttnt. William It. Wamwerth, Jr., Secretary ami Tremurer. Themas A. Davis ...l((or nml Jfanacrr. William a. Jenfs. total EMer and Bookkeeper. BOARD OP DIRECTORS. WILUaM II. COX, M. C. RCSHKLL, A. M. J. Cochran, W. II. Wabuwebth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. nVFWE Publte Ltitetr TuUding, A'e. 19 Sail vj:j.j.vj4j TMnl&trtet SUBSCRIPTIONS- AD VANCE. One Yr .... .. . 83 00 Blx Menth....... .... 1 SO Three Meulli.. ...................................... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth ............-.... . 33 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 . . It...

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. — 11 August 1893

43' i t t .; S-." in u ISf- y,v PELICANS AT THE FAIR. l4 Tint Tbejr Dedicate Tbelr Btat HulWInar la Btjrle. World's Paih, Citioaeo, Aug. It Thursday was the biggest day of tlve fair te citizens of Louisiana. Early in tbe morning they began te arrive, and before neon half of the people in the locality of the state buildings were badges en which was' the in scription "Louisiana Day, August 10." It wei the day set apart for the formal dedication of the state building by the state commissioners, and mere than a thousand sons and daughters of the State of the Qulf fixed the date of their attendance at the great exposition In August that they might swell the audi ence which listened te the speeches of Louisiana's senators. Thursday morning the building waa closed and the florists and doeerators transformed the Interior into a bower of loveliness. The ropes were stretched from both entrances te the building two blocks away, and bright ban ners and Chinese lanterns were hung from them te ma...

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. — 11 August 1893

Wl 1 . , r ' , - v. fclfA '- f&rta . COAX CREEK . Again' Likely te See Trouble ; With Miners. n .. Dick Drummond Lynched for a Sel- . dier's Murder. Great Excitement FrevalM Among the Miners A Generftl 'Strike PrcntU at All tit Mints Kxcept the KnezTtlla Iren Ce.', TVliore Convict Werk. - Ceal Creek, Tenn., Aug. II. Thurs day morning, about 3 o'clock, a bearding-house at llricevillc, was entered by a mob, and Dick Drummond was taken out and carried a short distance and ' hanged te a trestle en the rail road. Drummond Is new supposed te have been the murderer or leader of the mob that assassinat ed Private Laugherty, from Ft Andersen, at Briceville Monday night Soldiers are accused of the lynching. Great excitement prevails among the miners. A General strike is prevailing at all the mines except the Knoxvllle Iren Cc's, at which convicts are worked en account of a reduction In the price paid for mining coal. Drum mond was a sailor up te eight months age. Since that time he has ma...

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

'V ? ' T' 1-1 v i(Hw f i rf4 ) v ' -i-t nUi, .(t - i ' ,r". f. !h .1 A ' .' MKv (Kb! taBB1), iw: TAUIFX PICTUUliS. Last year nt thin tliue tlie cloth factories of full Hlver Mere bus, niul nbeut 20,000 ipcrntlve were earning geed wages. Mnny of thcse eperitltn were dlnstUIMled with existing conditions nml voted for a "clinuge." The "change" has come. 7,000 lmge enruem nre new out of work In Feil ltlvcr for nu liidofliilte period nnd thetr number Ik likely te lie considerably In crenned goon. iVcte Tnrk Prets. PITY THE SORROWS OF ILLINOIS. Bosten Journal. Mayer Ilarrlsen of Chicago takes a curious method of pre meting the Interests of the World's Fair when he proclaims the possibility of riots nmeng ihe unemployed. It Is a great rnisfortune that, in this year of all years, Chicago should be cursed with a rowdy Mayer and Illinois with an Anarchist Governer. IS HE THE ONLY ONE. Bosten Herald. There is one United States Senater in Washington who says he has neither read the President's ...

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

Aw r ",. ?... j,. a. MJT'm-Au.m DAILY. KXUEPT SUNDAY. MY ft' rm nmTTn ttt XHEi rUXlilL; JUJCiJJUJCili LiU. tvpnntnn iTn .. i- William H. Cox. Themas A. Davis. IttiUltnl Vtee-ItlUnt. William n. Wadswebtu, Jr., Secretary and Trtaturcr. TlIOUAB A. Davis. ..... EtlUer and Manaper. William O. Jnwji. Lnenl Editor and Unnkkrmrr. JJ0.4.R.D OF DIRECTORS. WILUaM II. COX, M. C. llCRSKLL, A. M, J. CecilttAN, V. It, Wadhverth, Jr., Themas A.Davis. i OVFTC1V iHe Lrilgtr rulldine, A'e. 19 Eatt JXJ:i.jE. Third Strut. ..... BVBSCRIPT10SS-IN ADVASCE. K. One Yrnr ..... 00 Biz Heiitlia .... - l ae Three Meullta 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth 33 Onla L VnVRhtn In rArrtpr At end of lnullth. V 7' is. ' ,,,.. TO AVYH.lilliiH.lii. Wi9' ' J s?vAk4 leftist vrttat- ftllVlvm f w7 Mtetli. ra . nw.D um hhuic ww v im,utivf MhTil AM7 SV7a (M1INM rf" SI 1W II1 I Sill St m the office. THE LEDGER . . It the largest dally paper printed In Mays Tllle reant the col umns and measure their length. It gives yen mere rea...

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

AV iK -. r,.4'' R W '""'j'' ' . v V w; 20 iU. 4C Jt ' '.' IV. j AH i '' , . ) ! I' . W i . 4-J-., r- - fr 8&' ?!' W. " r u ; S- k. STEUBENVILLE t Visited by the Biggest Fire in ', Its History. Several Business Blocks and Residences Destroyed. Fine Firemen Came by Steamboat te the Horn Hern ing City, Ilut for Ilenrg tlie Oon(liir. Oen(liir. Oon(liir. tlen ItffcJ Doyend Control Lem In the Neighborhood of 8300,000. STKUDExviu.n, O., Aug. 15. Where a few hours age Btoed haadsome bus iness blocks and fine residences, all It new a blackened wa-ste and smoldering ' ruins, and a person can net travel along Seuth Fourth street between Market and Adams without being blinded with sraeke and dust and flying cinders. The fire that visited this city Monday n-ftcroeon was the largest and most destructive ever known here since the founding of the place. Seme estimates place the less of property ee high as 8000,000 and none belew $160, 000. Fer a time the whole city was threat ened, and, owing 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. — 15 August 1893

,t .J c V 6, j t.r ?- tr?" :f 1 'DlTCOVERIES OF IMPORTANCE. Cettna Watte TrotMrermeU Inte Nltratt , of Celluloie A New Dynamo. ' An interesting1 discovery has been made by two yeung1 chemists of Lon Len Lon eon which will doubtless have a very Important bearing en the manufacture of cotton, says a Londen correspon cerrespon correspen ,dent of the New Yerk Times. Cotten waste la transformed by a new process into nltrate of colluleso, and cotton fabrics can be covered with a solu tion of it which will odd materially te tthe weight, strength and value of the material. Thin, light-weight fabrics can be filled up with this preparation, which costs little mere than sizing utxl fuller's earth. The cellulose thus pre pared Is also applicable te many differ ent purposes. The cost is very little mero than the raw material, being cheap and the process of manufacture Inexpensive. Anether Invention of moment Is one which enables waste paper te be con verted Inte kegs, barrels and vessels of ever...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 16 August 1893

.' 1PI Arnft sai '- f v f M ' 7 ffilf . ,:. wf, te. t s 15- ire & lf LV 1$' t. lip. TAUirF riCTUKKS. At Init jenr'g prices this jenr'g com crop would have been worth nbeut WDOg.000,000 Owing te the depreciation In price since Cleveland's election It would nctunlly he worth only nbeut S7H 1,000,000 MHHMMHHHW The farmer, ris well im the factory hand, muit pay the iieunlty of Democratic rale. iVcui rntk Preea. THIN DIET. New Yerk 1'ress.. "Soup beuses" arc a peer substitute for busy factories, but se is Democratic rule for Republican rule IT DOES, INDEED. Wasliingten Pest. It does seem rather straugc that Democratic Congressmen who voted against the Sherman Law should desire its retention. CERTAINLY. New Yerk Ires$.A. morning Demo cratic organ announces that between 120.000,000 and 23.000,000 in geld will . seen be here from abroad. Is thjs another effect of the Sherman Law? LOOKING UACKWAHD. Jiansas Oity Jmrnal. According te Dr. Talmage a panic is the dethronement of common sense....

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. — 16 August 1893

'VY1 YV Wj-Vfiffl HI ' -i m a... r fc h. , g DAILY, EXUfiPT SUNDAY, BY r THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. mconrenATnD. 1J,'' WJLLIAK II. COX. TlIOMAft A. DAVIS, ,. JTeiMcnt Vltt-lTitUlent. r Wtitiiu TT IVinawntaTIt lr & Secretary and Trauurir. m 1HOHA8 A. uavjb ftauer una .Bnnnprr. William CI. Jenks, Lecal JCdlter and Jioekkrtvtr. '. SOAKS Or DTXECTOKS. i Willi aw II. Cox, M, c. Rdssf.ll, A. M.j. Cochran, W. II. wads worth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. v-r. -... - . - -r. i? OFFICE '?'? & ? ruunt.xe.n mm ft rr w "'' "' jertTt.Qnt?mTrnvaTT jmjvr tint enr ..... ..v ............. v ! Maulha .1 All g, i' Three Mentlm.... .. ....... ... .. 79 ,Per MenlU .... 33 tVnU Pavable te currier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. i Advcrtislna rates uniform and reason' & able and made knetcn en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . ) the largest dally paper printed In Mays vllle count the rol rel nuni anil measure their length. It plies yen mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the Fame pri...

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 August 1893

FftW, 4 3V V 'W MP7 V- & m ,? k, : fSEE DECISION. 5, ' Repert of the Arbitration in the f BIi4.6 UU v-W. . '" A Closed Season Beginning May 1 and ;v - Continuing Until July 21. Protected Zene Sixty MlUa In Extmt-Tlic Proffered Terrer of Settlfiuent Are IJettered by tin- Arbitrament In lruver of the United States. I'Anis, Aug. 10. The decision of the Bearing1 sea tribunal of arbitration was 'handed down at 11:07 o'clock Tuesday morning. The first five points of Arti- .cle 0 are decided against tlie United States. A close season is established te begin May 1 and te continue until July 21. This close season shall be ebburved betli In tlie North Pacific: oeoan and in Rohr Rehr Ing sea. The protected zone Is established, extending for sixty miles around the islands. Pelagic scaling Is allowed outride the zone in Behring sea from August 1. The use of fire arms in scaling is prohibited. A The American arbitrators have ex pressed their satisfaction with the text of the decision. , Baren...

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 August 1893

w u m s ifi 1 fc.4. . fi & w Ul K. .i BIRD CATCHING. Hew the Trlelc la Done In England by Professionals. A Description of the Methods Employed In Snaring the Chanlnch In the Suburb of Londen De fore the Drcelt of Day. A bench waa handy, and en these the materials for Bnarin.fr were laid out and made ready, says a Londen corre spondent of the St. Leuis Glebe-Democrat. They were few and simple. Each man had a stuffed male chafllnch In full pinning mounted en a short length of stick, in ene end of which was a Bharp spike. Uesldes this the only tools of the craft were half a dozen pieces of whalebone of about the thickness of an umbrella rib and nine inches long, and these, like the stuffed bird's mounting, were provided at ene end with a spike. A little stone jar containing bird lime com pleted the outfit These preliminaries completed, we made a start for the forest, which was close at hand, Beb the Butcher (who had wen the toss for first try) keeping well in advance of the rest of...

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 August 1893

H r' i" 7? r . . . . t: U&y Li. ft TAIttFF I'ICTUUliS. Ohie farmers who gut 20 cdntt n pound for their wool Inst yenr nre getting 13 cent for It new. The reason In plnlnly given In tlie Dcmocrntle papers. Thijy Mfty thnt wool U new "en n Free-truiU) hauls." Hew de tlie farmers te whom thy premised liliflier prices for wool us Mm result of Democratic victory like this "object lessen?" yew Tiirfc Pres. ANOTHER CHICAGO CASK. Washington Pest. The Chicago plat , form may be forced te bring action against the Democratic party for breach of premise. THE DEMOCRACY AND FREE SILVER. Steubenville Gazette (Dem.) It Is the time for Democratic Congressmen te be true te their constituencies. There is net a district West of the Alicghcnics in which the Democrats nre net over whelmingly opposed "te unconditional repeal of the Sherman Law, and any Democratic Congressman from that vast ... territory who votes with the geld bugs wjll be false te the people who elected him. THE SENATE 13 NOT REPRESE...

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 August 1893

1 .,VW '( ".. "J i ." .,? -. ". Wj El r fc 9. bUcgifrCct DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOIirOnATED. W1U.1AU II. COX, iYMfifcni Themas A. Davis, Vtct-PrttUtent. William II. Wadswertu, Jr., , Secretary and Tttaturtr. Themas A. David, Editor and Manager. WILLIAM O. JOMkM, Lecal Editor anil Soekkievtr. BOARD OF DIRECTOR. WH.LIaWH.COX, M. C. ltDSSFLL, A. M. J. Ceciiran, W. H. Wadhwehth, Jr., Themas a. Davis, OVFTCV Me ltdgir TnlMing, .Ve. 10 Eait v-" Tntrd Street. ..... BUBSCKIPTJOMh-lX ADYAXCE. One Year ...... S3 00 Blx M enUi.......w 1 Three Meulin .... ...... ...... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIXR. Per Meuth ....... 33 Ceuta Parable te carrier nt end et month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform ami reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . Is the largest daily paper printed In Mays vllle count the rol rel nran! anil measure their length. Jt gives you mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the tame prlf e as any ether Mays vlll...

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 August 1893

.? "l" i ruA- v ifli VVflP VS".' U w.M.dXf'vr. u mm .-' i. 7y ,i 1 i r& f i. y t 4 ate 'Si , y i fiE 'IsP u u i. tv w SEVEN KILLED r And a Number Injured in a Railway Disaster. Three Passenger Cars Ge Through a Bridge Near Danville, Va. And Drep Jote a Creek Sixty Feet Belew Aim j.nguieer jreii me otruetnre Glvlug Way, Aim! y Opening the Throttle JIe Firmed the Fenrurd tactien. Tl i V1Mf T li Vn A.. ... A J..1 .., f 1UHU, TU.( "" II, iVH UW1U1 accident fKHnirrnil rf l!h. ermntv Itnn trestle, just cast of Milten, Wednesday morning' at 2i50 oVleclt, by which two passenger eoaehos tind a sleeper were precipitated Inte the croelc below, a distance of Bbcty feet Seven persons were killed outright and several ethers were wounded. The train left Richmond at 11:85, and was the regular train bound for Pertfi; ,-' mouth. After passing through Milten and going ever the trestle the engineer, Peyton TunstaJL, whesays he was run ning at the rate of ten miles an hour, felt the bridge giving wa...

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 August 1893

fjwmwm "Wffv m- rt. J , .r, CLEVELAND MAD. OITT BnUaGTOBY. i 4 ft;. ra. ?; R.-f ','t . &-- Ext, fr. f l. He Think the Republicans Were Mis I trentetl Their Vetes Are Nenleil te Kepeat the Slrrer I-mr. New Yerk, Aug. 17. The president la net entirely satisfied, with the man ner in which Secretary Carlisle con ducted the negotiations with the de mocracy of the house, Mr. Cleveland felt that there ought te be some sort of consultation, some recognition of the republicans, especially in view of the fact that republican votes would be needed te secure the repeal of the sil ver law, and mere particularly becau6e, as. he hed Intimated in his message, the subject was ene which was beyond partisanship. When the president discovered that the republican minority had been se treated as te make it fair for It te sup pose that the democracy did net care te have it participate in the discussion, in fact was disposed te Ignore the minority altogether, Mr. Cleveland was angry. lie had himself sa...

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 August 1893

I !2 m r mr,m . r. . n- - Vf : Hi trv ,a; 6 - vyi te. jt S J- wr UV Jfcrt 1 1 FAa i TAUIVF lUCTOKIiS. A fnvorlte Pouiecrntlo charge Is thnt the SIcKluley Tnrlir "strangle." trnde. Ilere arc sonic fncts about the mntten Under the old Tariff of 1883 the nvernge amount of Imports admitted froe of duty was 33.41 lcr cent. Under the McKltiley Tariff the froe Imports for the year ending June 30th, 1803. were na.n Ier cent, of the tetnl Imports. Sew fork Prce. . LONO CONTINUED APPLAUSE. Cleveland Plain Dealer. "The question which confronts us," howled the orator, "is bow te confront the question." IK YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT. COUNT. Detroit Free Press. A watch is said te tick 157,080,000 times in a year and the wheels travel 9,558 miles per annum. i MOIIE "IIAHMONY." Hartferd Courant. New watch and sec the Campbell Democrats out in Ohie tell and moll te elect Campbell's old enemy, Larry Ncal. THE BOURBON HIPPODROME. Chicago Inter Ocean. It the great Barnumwas alive he would net at this time ha...

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