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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 18 August 1893

W ' - v St' 2. niuuc mm " -mvi IJlugw DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY $. THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. XNCOnrOUATED. Wtt.T.tw TT. PiT. TltnUAft A. TV4VIN. -, JWitffntl r(cfJ,Tj(itenf. WititiM TT. MiTiu'nnTll. Jr.. ndejrtu! .! 1Viuiiii S OtCrMHIJ(IMI ill"Hii Themas A. Davis. .... &uter ami vnnactrr. Pv"Vilt.iam 0. Jenks, Xefi Kilttftr nnd Jtoekkttvtr, ' HOARD OF DIRECTORS. WUU It. CO.X, M. C. llVRirLL, IVA, M. J. Cochran, w, ii. waihiwehth, jr., " n,. ........ , r . . 4 ItUlAB .1, Af. .C i-i. tMfVTnV PvbUe tftlptr iuM(nff, .Ve, JO Eist J, . suescriitiexs-ix adtasce. 8bv "Venr S-1 "" ; 'v Blx Stenth I e Three Menth DELIVERED SV CARRIER. rer Menth ...L 3 tYiits 0-s fnrnuiti luvnriiri mnm ui uiwuttK TO ADVEliTISEIiS. Advertising rates uniform and reason- able and made knexen en application at the office. m !-.:, ' -- THE LEDGER . . '9S Is the largest daily iVtZfL par"1 printed lu Mays- Tvt -r. Tllle count the ml wOWm umns and measure their fM&W ,enK,h' JXvJ It phes you ninre (W3&ffliissj r...

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 August 1893

MWlHTOraWMJ t" '"'(' Wf rw t ,, ' iCVf m " IU- j It F IN DESPAIR. & ft t Wif.rinnf. Mnnnv WitJimit. WnrM LUT"""' "!"" " "' Without Hepe, With Lingering Starvation Staring Them in the Face, . Thrccf Men Unde One Anether Iist Fare. wells, nml With Locked Arrut, Leaped Toward Eternity Terrible Struggle In the AViiter With Harber Police.. Mentixkal, Que, Aug. 18. Without Kmency, without work, without hope, standing face te face with starvation in E-la strange city, William Jeffersen, Wil- ham O'Reilly and Michael Stark, na tives of the United States, determined 'te end all cartlily ilia early Thursday P. morning, and, bidding each ether geed- by, thelr arms locked together, the trio 4S jumped into the St Lawrence where Its uenuly current was strongest. It was a thrllllngly dramatic attempt at suicide, the like of which, even in L, fiction, was never equaled before. It fc was also a sad commentary en the boasted charity fame of Montreal that SK' .three slrange men should seek eternit...

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 August 1893

:zn ,v Mi-,. m .-. r OITY DXXfteXOXY. iT- f THE RUSH IS ON. Going te the Columbian Exposi Expesi Exposi sitien in Dreves. Tup Financial Outlook of the Fair Was Never Brighter Than New. There In n Marked Incrcime In the Kurn- lugs Since tiia Reduction lit the Hun- nine Expenses There Is, IIeweYer, A Scarcity of Gate Keepers. World's Fxm GneuNDa, Ciucaoe, Aug. l&Xhe -financial outlook at the World's fair was never brig hter than It is new. Since the recent radical reduc tion In the running expenses there has been a marked increase in the earnings and the average attendance is growing larger day by day. Net since President Cleveland touched the electric button that opened the White City te the world has there been such an Intlux of visi tors from a distance as there has been during the last two or three days. Fifteen special World's fair trains brought 11,000 visitors te the city, Wednesday night. They were all from eastern points and came because of the low rates offered by easter...

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 August 1893

Bwwaefcj ?T - 'v r wy$ eJ Hr' it hsr , TARIFF PICTUItlCS. lit Lycoming county, l'n., tlie tntitl Indus, trial wnges pnld In 1880 amounted te 81,231,510 in 1800 tlie Industrial wnge imld lnWll lnWll HnniRi'ert, tlie lenrtltig city et L) coming county, wero wi.mn.tm In tlie opinion of Sir. Cloielnml and his friend this Incrcnse In m agen Mas "uncoil "unceil "uncoil Htitutlennl." Xew Ferk Prena. u THE CAUSE OP THE EARTHQUAKE. New Yerk Press. An Administration organ in this city remarks that "our own tlnancial earthquake has had a plain and unmistakable cause, aud tee arc fortunate 'indeed that it is thus unmistakable." ,Thls Frco-trade journal tells the truth. The cause of the recent panic in commer cial aud industrial circles is beyend question. It is a cause that began te eperate from the hour at which it was known that Grever Cleveland had been elected en the Chicago platform, and that n Congress pledged te overthrew all Protection as "unconstitutional" had been elected with him. Fe...

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 August 1893

TBW7rvJ55js . ",3 f V r- '; 71 "1 I - a !! DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY k THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. &- v tvr nrinmi itpti ISCOIirOIlATED. t William n. Cox, Tuemah A. Davis, r tiiiicM William H. Wadswebtu, Jr., Secretary and Treaiunr, Themas A, Davis, ...KUUerrmd Manager. I William a. Je.vkh, Le'.al Editor and iJoettrmfr. H. BOARD OF DTRKPTORft. William II. Cox, M. C. Russell, A.M. J. Cochran, W, II. Wadswebtu, Jr., t Themas A. Davis. '; " nVVTdK P"W'e ttdgtr TulUHng, A'e. 10 Eatt sasscsipneA's-iy advasce. h Trur 3 00 Klx Jlenlh 1 no Tkree 3tenUi.. 73 HELIVEEED BY CARRIER. Ier Meuth ............. 43 CvuU fcii Payable te carrier atenn or metun. TO ADVERTISEXS. Ps.'" Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . Is the largest dally paper printed In Mays vllle count the col umns and measure their length. It gives yen mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price as any ether Mays Tllle parer one cent a copy or 25 re...

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 August 1893

' '. 1 N ) ter rv. it. TO' k ' 'A. 1t Hlf ffu r mt. . IN THE SENATE. Silver Repeal Bill Reported Frem the Committee. Senater Voerhces Will Call the Meas ure Up Next Tuesday. A Subtltnte for the Dili Itcpnrtcfl from tlie Minority of the Committee Fixing the Number of Urnlim of Silver lit 104 4-10 OrulDB l'rr Dellar. WasimKotev, Aug. 19. In tlie senate a motion te adjourn ever until Monday was made en the democratic Hide, ie sisted en the ground of the necessity of action en financial measures, and fin ally withdrawn en Mr. Voorhees an KW$, t0 proceed with the consideration of He then reported from the finance committee a bill e buspend the pur- , chase of silver bullion under the Slier- , man act, with a declaration in the bill -that it is the policy of the United State3 te continue the use of both geld - and silver as standard money and te coin both geld and silver into money of equal intrinsic and exchangeable value. A substitute for Umj bill was rcported from the minority of 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 August 1893

rfp fMn s. JSf-fl . ?i ? ' -r A NEAT SCHEME. Charges are Made That Seme of the Gaugers In the Louisville Revonue District Had Gouged the Government By Making Duplicate Charges Several Distilleries Vert In Collision With Them Collocter Jehnsen Kcfme te Glv Name Ne Prosecution. LetnsviLLE, Ky., Aug. 19. Charges are belng made that soma of the gaugers in this revenue- district hud been gouging the government by c making duplicate charges and that several distilleries were In collusion with thorn. The plan of operation was stated te be as follews: An owner of spirits which had been gauged would allege that they were net the spirits which he had Intended te have gauged, and, therefore, the gaug ing of another let was necessary. When he was ready te withdraw the first let another gauger would be placed upon It and the government, though compelled te pay for the fkbt gauge, was required te reimburse the man who made the second gauge of the same liquor. The distillers' Idea In entering into...

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 August 1893

nisei i U,T at 'JSLY ,' v w III I''),"1' 1st?. iFtr & Sfc fcO 5V ft . fV : f ' t ' '.' f M r k W 3r; Wife . -JJ MT - )-SWiiT-l JTil ifc III 'iYW TAKIFF 1'ICTDUKS. ' In England under Free-trnde the aver aver age percentage of unemployed labor grew from 2.3 In 1800, te 5.85 In 1803. This Incroase Is nuuounceil In the report of the British Reyrtl Laber Commission. Hew de Amerlcnti work 'luguicn llke the prospect of the lntreiluc tlen of Freo-trnde labor conditions lu the United States? New Tork Press. THE DEMOCRATIC RATIO. Washington Pell. The ratio between Congressional talk and Congressional action is Just about forty-flve te one. FAILURE WITHOUT ASSETS. . Kansas City Journal The banks which are failing this year are falling en ample assets. That is where the banks and Democratic statesmanship are differing. A VERY LONG TIME AT THAT. Kansas Oily Journal Tariff Reform, according te Mr. Cleveland, is a geed thing which, llke whisky, will be all the better for lying in the cellar d ...

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 August 1893

I. .- - M r . mm DAILY, EXVErT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOlirOHATED. WILLIAM It. Cox, rrttlilent Theuas A. Davis, Vitt-PrttUltnL William H. Wadswebth, Jr., Secretary and Trtaturtr. Themas A. Davis, .................. fctlter and itanaeer. William CI.Jenrs, toeel Editor ami Bookkeeper. ,, HOARD Or DISECTOXS. WilliaK II. Cox, SI. C. Russell, A. M. J. Cecuran, V. II. Wadsworth, Jr., Themas a, Davis. OFFICE Ztfi'f kVr umin Se-u a,t Third titrert, 8UBSCJUPTIOX.-IX ADVANCE. Bne ar .- 3 00 Six 31 enlbi..................... 1 SO Three Menth ............................. 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Tcr Menth .......... ... ..33 Crnta Parable te carrier nt end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. A Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER.. Ii the largest dally paper printed In Mays vllle count the col umns anil measure their length. It gives yen mere reading natter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price as any ether Mays vllle paper ...

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 August 1893

w $ t-P ,. v-v- , f "i ' 1-v fV -- nMWlHii" m- .mwwnw wiiwrtMtwwMtwiy m tm mi i;mWi1iU1 WHij M wy rfM"i mwhhmwwtHmw, : W4iMt f I W $U r fc. s : m : $ff CYCLONE. A Very Disastrous Blew in New Jersey. Five Persons Killed and a Number Fatally Injured. ' III BomervllleTwe Thousand Houses With out a 8lagle rne iif Glims Left Cnth Cnth Cnth olie Church Rulned lhcrc Were Jinny Thrilling Eicn pes Mnile. SeMKnviitE, N. J., Aug. 21. Never in the history of New Jersey has a story of u mero disastrous nature been told ' than the story of the cyoleno which '.rlaltnl .!. Tilling, in C..l,. nlnl,) (In its path is left five people slain. There, is also a list of injured which may be possibly added later te the list of dead. The dead are as follews: Michael Mack, killed by a stroke of lightning; Thes. Peters, jr., drowned by the tip . ping ever of a yacht; three unknown people who were in a yacht off Bul Bul eock's point, the name of which is un known. Along the Itaritan river, when the cyclone burs...

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 August 1893

! I GOLD EAGLES. Armour's Precious Metal Soen te Be Circulated. Net Hoarded, But Will Be Used te Help the Financial World. Armour & Ce. Well SntUtled With ttwi It alti of tba Importation They Are Figuring en tlrlnglng Over More ls New Yerh Net a Middleman. CmcAOO, Aug. 21. Armour & Ce. Monday merulng received that $500,000 in geld which they erdeml in Londen two weeks age. It arrived in New Yerk Friday and Saturday in different lets of geld eagles. The iron-bound boxes containing the geld will net be carted up te the packing firm's efllce in the Heme Insurance building, but will be taken te the various banks where Armour & Ce. keep their accounts. The money is net te be hoarded. It wll be checked out in the regular course of business, and thus enter into the chan nels and arteries of trade. Armour & Ce. are se well satisfied with the results of this Importation that they are figuring en bringing ever $300,000 mere In geld from Londen. They think It likely the formal ...

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 August 1893

33W'V f' 'JJVj" r a? ... VK ' ' ".! - ".AfclHL'r - tp lWwM-lf' iPlp ' I Mi-mnMIW'f & U tfit i it' i" te U fc . ;, . & RJ fr ft J-i w - w 'S TARIFF riCTDUUS. tn tlie lnt oeusua period the nvornge yearly industrial wnge in the seventy aevcn lending cities of the United States increased from 8385 80 te 9043 34 The pint form that Grevor Clovelnud -n-n elected en declares thnt this liieronse wiu uncenstltutluiinl, and pledges the Democ racy te cut down tliownges of every indus trial worker in the lnnd. Sew rerk Prcat. MUZZLED. Washington Pest. It is noticed that since . Ellery Andersen secured bis Government job he is keeping powerful quiet en tbe Tariff question. itiSTemc. St. Leuis Qlobe-Demecrat. Tha present Administration will be known as tbe ene under which wheat reached the lowest price in the history of the country. IIOW TO DO IT. JVtie Yerk Press. General Benjamin F. Tracy holds" that Clcveland could relieve the money stringency in forty eight hours by putting into "dolla...

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. — 22 August 1893

? 'A Pnl Sagtx DAILY. KXOJSPT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOlirOUATED. THOMAS A.DiVIS, Vlee-iYflkfent. WILLIAM IT. COX, JTtiident William H. Wadswektb, Jr., Sterttarv and Trtawrtr, Themas A. Davis. ............. Ciller ami Stanaatr. "William a. Jexks, Lntal EdUer and Boekkteoer. BOARD Of DIRECTORS. WILLI H II. COX, M. C. RUSSKLL, l4' A.. M.J. Cochran. V. II. Wadhwerth. Jr.. Themas A. Davis. OFFICE '""' -te'W .TuMdCnp, A'e. 10 Ai J7lrei Atrt. SVBSCRIPTION9-IN AD VANCE. One year . -..$3 oe Mix Months.-............................... - 1 00 Three Menlli.............................. 75 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth .... 23 I'euta Parable te carrier at end et month. TO ADVERTISEBS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and viade known en application at the office. TsSmfy 's& THE LEDGER . . It tbe largest dally paper printed In Mays vllle cennt the col cel ntuns anil ueasnre thtlr length. It girts you mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at tbe same price as an...

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. — 22 August 1893

ree' 5 r PIP4 7 I? r s. Wh K J,4v. - ', AOU 1 't. l a Af tii .J HE 'BOQPRS. A Metly Crowd en the Berder eJ , Cherokee Strip. The Gamblers and the Saloons Reap i tog a Rich Harvest. Repert That Doemora Are Huffr-rlng fet TViinter reed Net Correct llronche t ippuit by the Colonist te Mnhe the llaoe for Choice Lets. Kansas City, Kan., Aug. W. Camp ing; about this city.'wUhln a radius of five .miles, are 1,000 home seekers await- in? the opening of the Cherokee strip. Seme of them have been here long enough te almost arrive at the dignity of local citizenships' hut ethers came only .Monday. Along the reads leading here white-covered wngens are crawl ing In from almost every part of the union, very few of the recent arrivals arc camped in the town. As been as they discover the lay of the land they move into camp. The reports that have gene out that many of the boomers were suffering for feed and that some had actually died of starvation are brunded by the citizens of Arkansas City as unq...

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. — 22 August 1893

EW T- T" ny w -M 15 WS is r &. THE ITALIANS Threaten War Against French Workmen. Rioters Attack the French Embassy In Reme, arara International Tangle Qrewlng Out Of the Skirmish at the Salt Werk In Algoe-Mert An Apology Wanted Frem France, and Indemnity. Reme, Aug. 23. The troubles grow grew ing1 out of the fighting between French and Italian werklngmen employed at the Bait work at Algues-Mertes, France, threaten te involve grave International complications. It Is net in Heme alene that the popular Indignation at what the Italians consider a gross breach of international comity ia finding vent in demonstrations that are evidently Intended te coeree the government Inte demanding an apology from France for the attack upon Italians and the pay ment of an indemnity te compensate the famllcs of these Italians who were killed. Riots directed against Frenchmen have occurred In many of the provin cial towns, and the situation is con sidered exceedingly grave. The most 6erleus outbreak ...

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. — 23 August 1893

WlWt fetww-smwTVMir 'rerrrfTV'ii.yiii mwrnrwiwrVJg ratmt'Ktr-fr'n'tM'eriHil "&!! VI n"ii'V A Valuable Remedy, Kellb v'g. .KlaSkw County-. I ChamlterlnlA MtStcteut Ce.. Dm JMbfcvjt PUasd send me threo dezen OfcbmberlalH'e Celic; Cholera nnd Diarrheea Itomedy, 25 cent slze. This modlclne Is tee well known here te need any rocemmondatlon. It li a valuable remedy. H. p. Allen. Fer sale by Power & Reynolds, druggists. t m , ii FIVE TRAIXS A DAY. w '"T V'-f $JHA TAUIFF VICTMtKS. In the decade from 1880 te 1800 Pre tectlen tncrchsed the tdfnt nnmml vvngcs of intuiufnctery empleyes In Manchester, N. It, from 93,370,404 tila Four Reute te Chtcaffo-Leok at the Time-Card, SECOND YEAR. MAYSVILLE, KY, TVEDNES'pAY, AUGUST 23, 1893. ONE CENT, te 85,1(38,000 . JR, l,g HI. UW Ul' I'l'M! "H ii ' J MlMHIjIMi J I I I I !! i PTOC gii LEPGER "M V fe jf Ifc' fcr m' , r Hew Vnrk .' "ALWAYS TO0VIDED." Ohicage Inter Ocean, The worst Is ever always provided Congress doesn't conclude te tinker with the...

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. — 23 August 1893

'r "lW'.,rVPrr, ' , "Ri'-TO(W5T rF?$T: V ' r Si. E'J I". ifciiIiMgt DAILY, EXOBIT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. iNConrenATED. wiluah n. cex, tuejias a. iiavis, iYeiWenl l'(ee-iYllif. William n, Wadswekth, Jr., Sterttary and Trtaiurtr. Themas A. Davis, ... Editor and Manager, William (l, Jenes, Lecal Editor and Boekkreutr. S. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Willi uU. Cox, M. C. Rcdsr.LL, A.M. J. Cecuban, W. H. Wadsworth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. nVVKlK J1"'"'' Ltdgtr Tutliilng, Se. 10 Eatt wii "" TMrtl titrtft SVBSCRIPTIOSS-IS ADVASCE. ene Tfear . ............... .. 00 Btx Months.. ....... 1 SO Three Menth...... .......... .. 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth ........... ... 23 CfnU Favable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform ami reason able and made kneicn en application at the office. I3s& THE LEDGER . . li the largest dally paper printed In Mays vllle count the col cel nmng and measure their length. It gives yen mere reading matter than any ether. It 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. — 23 August 1893

,1"" . ' ' JtVT i vwimv ) HR . 1M. .. IP'"' UsHHtK IB 'His Ink. S ,-,.- INCURABLE. President Cleveland Has Bright's Disease. Most Intimate Friends Feared it for Seme Time. Have Cleveland's Appearance Painfully Confirms Their Apprehension The President 11ns . Bald lie Wm -About l'layed Out" ' All Science Can De I Delus Ione. J Cincinnati, Aug. 23. A special from Washington te the Times-Star Bays: Frem three bources, all apparently reli able, the Times-Star correspondent learns te-day that the intimate personal friends of Grever Cleveland are greatly worried ever his physical condition. It is said that Mr. Cleveland is suffering from a well devolepod case of llright's disease. It is cmel te make this an nouncement, but inasmuch as it is made with honest intentions and is believed te be true, the circumstances justify it. A physician In Washington, who is well known and stands high in his pro fession, but who for professional rea sons docs net want his name made pub lic, states that he...

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. — 23 August 1893

MV w h -x Iff. ' V , ,t fr it -y- j? & i. &y B? 1 I fAP. Remarkable Case in the Indiana Insane Hospital. Bridget Pcnderg&st Has Been Asleep for Nearly Three Years. "-a ' The Met llerelc Efferts te Wnkr Her Failed h te New netlevnl te Ue Dy lng-h Cate IIm Attracted Muck v Interest Anxjng, l'bjnlcli.rvi. Indianapolis, Ang-.2& Miss Bridget Pendcrgast, dn inrmite of the Central Insane hospital, located In this city, who has been asleep for nearly three years, and whose case has attracted wide-spread interest nmenff the medical profession, is reported te be dying. The meat heroic otferts failed e wake her. . Three years age the patient showed evidence of insanity. Ex cept upon rare occasions she would net tallc and refused te take feed. When she was Induced te talk she said that poison had been placed in her feed. On the 10th of July, 1800, she was removed te St. Vincent's hos pital, where she remained dull, listless and, melancholy, refusing te take feed except when it 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. — 24 August 1893

fi WJ L i 4i i n i .1 j ) i in ii ii rmniihn i i m n. n imM4HiriMMaMHMniM na &MwMMntm,mtmmmmkmumim wn Sfei rT KB' f ! J '. e k f u MM TAHIFF I'ICTUll S. Accerding: te Domecratlo hlillibrlty thefe re in New Yerk City' ' i l .'i u, io(6eO trades union shoeuuikoraU Te-day ncconl nccenl lug te the game authority, y j . , t u4,B0O et the slioemnkors, under Deuiocrntle rule, nre out e( employment. Xew Ferk Preen. A QUESTION. Hudsen (N. Y.) Republican.. Grevcr fetched 'cm te the spring, but can he make 'out drink? aROVEU UNEQUAL TO IT. Buffalo Express. What would net the Democrats glve if they had a leader like Reed te drlve their wild horses? THAT "CIIANOE. Iowa Stale Journal. Under the Demo cratic Administration Fcderal soupheuscs will take the place of a Protective Tariff. ON THE FENCE. Kansas City Journal President Clove Cleve land has net yet intimated which he will favor In the Ohie tight, McKinlcy or Neal. ' CHICAGO FEET. St. Leuis 0 lobe-Democrat. Ne man can be loyal te the pre...

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