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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 24 August 1893

(' f :'"Uk . AlLV'J '.- . .. pwlicflHVfd ; ijailll, AAblit 1 OU11UAl,ill THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOHl'OUATEU. iV WlLUAM Tt. COX, THOMAS A. IAVI8, JLTtlM4.nl I ICC-iTClllltm, Wilmau It. Wajjswertu, Jr., Stertlarv nnd IVrattirrr. , Themas A. Davih . A'dMer and Manager. ? Wiixiam 0. Jenks, Lmnl Editor and AoekJkctiJtr. -BOX JJi) 0' DIRECTORS. , WttXlAW II. Cox, M, C. nDHgrLL, . A.M. J.COCHHAN, W. It. WADSWOBTH.Jr., Themas a. Davis. AN APOLOGY. The Expulsion of Italian Miners Frem a Colerado Mine. Gresham Expresses Regret for the Action of American Miners. 'IPPmr Public Lrdtiir rulliltnn. Xa. IS Eait ((1iiiuu Third btrctt. . . . Y BU&WtiU-AJiUfta J.& Jlij MilCA, 8a T nr . ... . ..W 00 Six Months...... 1 SO Three Meiitli........,......, ........ 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth '-i.1 t'cnU Payable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application the office. at dSSs&jf's &$ z&7 THE LEDGER . . Is the l...

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. — 24 August 1893

-SWW- 5T V.f'' . ' . h1 h UNEMPLOYED, The Cincinnati Idea Approved by Public Men. The Cities and the Government Should Make Efferts Te Hcllove the Banks of the Jille by Under taking l'ublle Improvement, Until There I a De in mid for Laber by , Manufacturers and Other. , Wasuinote.v, Aug. 24, Statesmen In Washington nre discussing the sugges tion made by labor leaders In Cincin nati for the city government te give the 'f unemployed work upon public Improve Impreve 'ments that have been authorized until there is a demand for labor by manu facturers and ethers. The idea is warmly onderscd. Men from all sections , of the country believe it is a plan which all large clties should adept, and if some move win be made whereby the ' federal government can get some sur ra plus money it will set the example and P ' order work te beirin unen ivrtn.in nnl- lic improvements. At present there is no surplus in the United States treas ury worth mentioning, and the treas urer is paying out the geld r...

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. — 24 August 1893

f .Ki. ) r SO-. EIGHT COWARDS Beat One Peer, Little Indiana Weman, Until the Bleed Runs Down Her Back and Limbs in Streams. UUcb I'bem. lAbera Hliickcr Ucart A Brumal Whlte Cup Oqtrugs In an In diana Village Clubbed Soundest nnU ' Then Tar red and Feathered. CeLUiinus, Ind., Aug. 24. This coun ty Is aflame with excitement eer a whlte capping assault xtpen a woman twelye miles west el here, near Way Way mansvlleo, a little village located in the hills. Eight men, with faces blacked and wearing whlte caps, went te the residence of Andrew Scrhader at mid night last Monday, and, knocking at the deer, were responded te by Mr. Schrader. lie was covered by revolvers and held by four men, while the ether four seized his wife and whipped her with hickory sprouts in a horrible manner in the presence of her husband. Yhlle two held her by either arm, the ethers took turn about applying lashes te her al most naked back, with such force us te literally cut gashes into her tender flesh, and the bl...

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. — 25 August 1893

Nf 8 A Valuable Kemedy. KeLLEV'S, TlLADEK COUNTY, N. C. CJuimljcrlatn Medicine Ce., Dcs Moines, Iowa.: Plcase send me thrce ilozen Chamberlain's Celic, Cholera nnd Diarrheea Bemedy, 25 ceat slze. This medicine Is tee well known here te need any recommendation. It Is a valuable remedy. it. p. Allen. Fer sela by Tewer & Bcynelds, druggists. DAXLV PUBLIC LEDGrEB; TAUIFP l'ICTOKCS. 7..C5, era 'jr m .' " ti:' BW "5- ;ifc. SWj N. K: ,-f m 1,000 organized linns worker in till city, 700 nre out of work. Nearly nil these moil were employed nt geed wages before the accession te power of tlia pnrty Mint Is pledged te destroy Ainericiui Industries, A'cw Ferk Press. RIVAL LIONS. 1 ' Atlanta Journal The Kentucky Majab Las a compotiter In Washington new in the persen of au Indian Rajah. IN THE 000D OLD DAYS. Bosten Qlebc Clamshells were geed enough money for America until Colum bus came exploring o'er the sea. CIIANOE OP DIALECT. Chicago Herald. An Arab had his teeth knocked out by a Chicago p...

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. — 25 August 1893

-,,) f V f'ftiilM9ct DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, II Y THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOUrOHATED. , Wiiamah H. Cox, Themas A. Davis, FreMtnl ntfPrttMtnt. William H. Wadswebtu, Jr., ,i. Secretary and Trtaturtr. Themas A. Davis, Editor ami Mannptr. William a, Jenes, local EdUer ami Jloekktrvtr. ,t BOARD OF DIRECTORS, William It. Cox, M. C. IIurskll, A, M. J. COCURAM, W. II. Vr'AXIbWOXTIt, Jr., Themas A. Davis. OVFTCR -P"6" ledger Tuihllng, Xe. 10 Eatt SUBSCRIPTIONS-IK AD VAXCE. Ohe Year ...... ....... M Mix Months......... I 00 Ttaree Heulhi .............................. 7 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Men Hi,. .... !3 tVn Payable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made kneicn en application at the office. A CYCLONE Sweeps Up the Coast Frem the Tropics. Buildings, Vessels, Trees, Etc Dashed About Like Chaff. Wreckage Litters the Const for Hundred! of Miles The Less of Life ut Sea Ho He I. jreml Intimation The Gule Mew Forty-Eight miles uu Heur. 'W...

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. — 25 August 1893

f. 7 i?'' if f W y ' 'vjisr I &- .. IflSL r'fE ' V t f V SOUTH CHICAGO S Visited By a Destructive Cen- liagrauen. Residence Blocks, Ceal Decks and Lumber Yards Destroyed. It Starts I'rem tlie Explosion of u Lamp, llelng Uiett by a Yeung I.ady In Carl , leg Her llalr Tlie Leus Is listl mated nt u Millien Dollars. Chicago. Auc. 25. A lire which in " the extent of territory it covered rivals Chicago's historic conflagration began nt Seuth Chicago about 4 o'clock Thurs day afternoon. About a three-story building, at 01st strcet and Superior avenue burst flames which rapidly grew in volume under a wind from the west rolling them toward ' the lake, and as they, spread in their course among the small res idences, ate their way ever block after block, until they reached the lake Within two hours the Are had consumed Ave blocks of the great est Industrial suburb of Chicago. The 50,000 inhabitants of the town were thrown into a panic, second only in this city te that which occurred during...

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. — 25 August 1893

vJHi ET - r" ? kvk ! Ml tifr BHHfc. NRKSS. "SMS?'.. .. Tl HUNGRY POLES Raid the Market at East Buffa lo, N. Y. The Police Reserves Called Out te Assist the Market Men. The Assaulting Party of Poles Numbered Uattteen Tite llnndred and Three lluu- drtxl-Ordcr Speedily llestered aud Tea of the Klnglonders Arrested. Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 23. A call for police rc-onfercements has just been scut In from East Buffalo, where the unemployed Pelacks have stormed the market and tire rilling the booths. A large number of people In the Polish district are out of work, have ex hausted the resources of the poor peer master, and have resorted te robbery te supply their wants. The trouble began Wednesday, and was renewed Thurs day morning. The owners of the stands and stalls which wcre raided by the hungry mob withstood the attempt te loot them of their property as best they could, final ly used violence, and a riot resulted. The assaulting parties of Poles, num bering forty or fifty at first, been i...

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. — 26 August 1893

"EMgMMgMWaaMM5MBBBWaMIWgMWBWBaH -ijjM x- fty i .Tf- r?f s. I'j t. w: v ii H i if m wsS1! TAUIFl' I'lCTUKia. In Sun Antonie, Tex., the uumtier of hntida employed In factories increased 161 Iter cent. In tHe Inst ceiihuh period. The n,'c pntil lncrcimcd 340 per cent. In the sixme tliue Yet Tcxns toted te declnre thin ningiilllceiit Incretise "unconstitutional." Xew Yerk I'm. AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED. . - Bosten Journal. Wanted: Adequate reasons te account for geed, prosperous and happy times for all Industrious peeple a year age and the vast dllTcrence , te day. KXCOUHAOINO FOHEIUN INDUSTIIIKS. Chicago Inter Ocean. "Mary had a lamb" but that was prier te the election of Grever Clevelaud. Gievcr's ciewd will raise all their lambs in Australia or Seuth America. A ST. LOUIS JOKELET. St Leuis G lobe-Democrat. Let us have n reorganization of the two great parties en a new ratio of 150 te 1150 Democrats te 1 Republican. That would he about fair, which Is all we ask. USED TO IT. Springfield ll...

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. — 26 August 1893

tj M sy 33r;i; imim ira vu M.a ... b .W?.!-. - . . ,gpuui it fjiSQjPjWvyt DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY t'THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. 11 l.M,UIUUIl.Ml,U. i William H. Cox. Themas a. Davis, iretwcnt yiee-irctuum. William II. WADivwenTU.Jr., fltcrttaw nml Trtaiurtr. - Theuas A. Davis Editor and Mnnnatr. f "William CI, Jemes, Lecal Editor and Xoekkcrvtr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. UVillIauH. Cox, II. C. Rvsskll, jAM. J. Cechbax, W. II. Wacsweiith, Jr., ftl IJIUXAS.h, 1AVlSt Six' ROFFIOE-&g&$!r " se. 'e ' SURSCRIPTIOXS-IX ADVAXCE. ' nun V 3 OO SV HI, Wnntl.. I .1(1 W V1.M. Wn.ttt.a 7.1 K BELIYERKD RY CARRIER. c " ... , . . 4 Jrer jsenin ........................... -. rm r j'nvnuie lu carrier nt euu ui hjuuiu. ft, ie Ajjrjiiiuisjiiie. m - - m T" rt t- n n Advertising rates uniform anil reason- fable and made known en application at 'the office. THE LEUflER . . Is the largest dally paper printed In Mays vllle count the col umns and measure their length. It Rives jeu 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. — 26 August 1893

fetff 'WJUmmTFyw? , t v ' -'-..n.ys'VT'V v- ' 3 T J t .? J ( IS- JfflB VSaV . Jk ft A. '1 I v- ROTTENNESS. Fer Years the Werk Has Been Going On. Rccoiver Hawkins Graphic Narrates a Story, Very About the Mlnnanaeonient of the. Iudlun- poll Nutlennl Hank Heme of the l'u- pcr Ilns Ucon lluiiulng tHjvim Yearn, Much of It 1 New Worthless. i Indianakimb, Aug. 20. Receiver Hawkins nrmoared Imfnrn thn ntsite tiu - ' commissioners Friday with nsUitcment v of reasons why no taxes hheuld be as- ' s sessed ugalnst the suspended Indiunap- J oils national bank. The story is quite graphic in depicting the rottenness of . the bank, running back for years. The receiver showed that in April last the curled hair works, the glue company ,"' .' and cloven individuals had drawn ?300,163 of bunk funds, the same repre sented by notes. Much of this paper hal been issued from flve te seven years uge, and in most instances renewed every ninety days. Net less than $250,000 of the S300.102 was secured from five...

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. — 26 August 1893

;n "i V- ;' :.: v . . '-.m ft- , U THE HEROES OF ROMANCE They Are Seldem Taken from Middle CIqbses. the Strictly (speaking, There Are Uut Twe Nermal Heroes of Flctleu, and They Are the Warrior anil the Fairy Prtnc. il Is lamentable, Indeed, when you ceme te reflect en It, hew large a pro portion of useful and respectuble call ings falls under the ban of romance. What poet or romancer ever made his first lever, for example, a baliiT or a beadle? Yet bailiffs and beadles are men and brothers. They may de their eitcntlmes dangerous duty with the clash of a Rupert, or the cool courage of a Cromwell, says MacmiUan's Maga zine, yet they are frankly impossible as heroes of romance De Quincey makes a remark somewhere te the ef fect that ene would net be Inclined te think highly of a man who, In the ab sence of predisposing circumstances, deliberately and for the leve of the business decided te be a butcher. Yet butchers are husbands and fathers, and have bleed In their veins is well as en 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. — 28 August 1893

ffTw:w - yw-'v YKm -V " if ,"?.. i -r : V ;r sir ifc- m ' f w t 1st. l$" E ? EH ' !.-.. rv tei. ' i 5$ i m M m 2 Lv'v '.V TAUIPP ricrruKia. If 1'rntectlen nliiitM out farmers out of foreign murketi It certnlnly docs net se iippenr In the record, In 1800, tlie closing year of the Free-trntle period, tlie value of -ngrlciilturnl product exported van ano,fieo,07g 111 1802, under tlie MclCtiilcy TnrlfT, our farmers exported te tlie value of 8700.328,333 Xew Yerk Prett. TllETTV NEARLY. Trey Press. What's the matter with New Yerk? She's all riot. IT NEVEU GETS EASY. Cincinnati Tribune. A ball plnycr often "dies nt llrst," but still hates te die at last. SHO'liY. Galveston iVcu:. Chicago has dene better than ether American cities because she has had a better show. DAHOMDYAN SALLIES. Chicago Dispatch. -The Dahomey ces tumes en Midway Plaisance are very funny. Brevity is the soul of wit. NOT IN NATURE. Washington. Pest. A pie-stuffed Con gressman and n peer opinion of the President's message...

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. — 28 August 1893

SSF1 'M "' MtV miwt c DAILY. EXCEPT 8UNDAY, UY BBiatwe E. THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOIirOIUTCD. WILLIAM II. COX, Pretldent Tuomas A. Davis, 1cf2tildtnt. William n, Wamweit, Jr., Stcrttary and Trtaturtr, ' Themas A. Davis ... Editor and Mannptr. William O. Jenks, Lecal Sdlter and Soekktmrr, BOARD OF DIRECTORS, - TT 4b,J .M. VA, ! f. JIUMf A.U, Themas A. Davis. ? ' OFFICE-"f ' Tueame, A'." auRscsiPTieyjs-iir ad vaxce. Olid lar ..... . ..........-....l 00 nix aieBtiia... ........ i se Three Months .,.......... 73 DELIVERED RT CARRIER. Per Menth ........... 3 Cent ratable te carrier nt end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at 'the office. THE LEDGER . . ti the largest dally paper printed In Slays ville count the col umns and measure their length. It gives yen mare nailing matter than any ether. It Is cold at the same price as any ether Jisys .Hie paper one rent a copy or 25 rents a month, delivered by car rier or sent by mal...

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 August 1893

fV 1 k ,4M 1 t Sfr 5: tif.". EXPERIENCE fc. Of av Grecer's Family in Leuis- ; ville, Ky. vA Barrel of Ceal Oil in the Stere ITnilftf Thern T7vtilj1nn lllML ' WMMW uwu UAJIUUVS. - y Tbe lluUdlnff Wrecked and the Occupanti Envelope In Flnmra Explosion Fel lows Explosion In Rapid Succession Sevcral Escape Freui Cremation. LeuieviLLK, Ky., Aug. 83. The grocery Btere of Leuis Goodbub ed Market street, was destroyed by a flrece conflagration Sunday morning, A llttle after 3 o'clock three terriblt explosions following quickly one an other, wrecked the whole building and blew the entire front out en Markel street. Tbe first nod second Bterlcs tumbled in, flames shot up en all sides, and within a few minutes the entire three-story brick building was envel oped. Leuis Ooedbub, his wife, three chil dren and a nophew. wlie were asleep In the second .and third stories, were thrown from their beds by the force ei 'the explosion and went down with tlie blazing .interior. All seemed lest, but mirac...

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 August 1893

2Sm iv'K ' LONGEVITY OF MAN. people Who Unve Attained te Itomarlc Itemarlc able Old Age. It was Prof. Hufeland's opinion that the limit of posslble human life may be set at two hundred yenrs this en the general principle, says the St Leuis Republic, that the life of nearly all living creatures Is eight times the years, months or weeks of ItB period of growth. That which quickly comes te maturity quickly perishes, and the earlier complete development la reached the sooner bodily decay en sues. More women reach old age than men, but mero men attain remarkable longevity than women. Horned animals are shorter lived than these without horns, fierce longer than timid, nnd amphibious creatures longer than theso which Inhabit the air. The pike will continue te live for ene hundred and fifty or one hundred and seventy-five years and the com mon turtle is geed for at least a cen tury. Passing up the scale of life te man and skipping the patriarchs we find many recorded instances of ex traordi...

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. — 29 August 1893

.Jf . fa. 5 . , Bfc m m m i. . hP, IS .JL s TAHIFF FIOTDIIKS. New Yerk shoeinnkorg have suffered even mere severely thnu the brnssworkers from tlie "chiuige" brought nbeut by the prospect of Preo-trtule. Or 0,000 organized shoeiunlceri- 4,noe nccerdlng te Domecrntlo authority, nre without work and rnges te-dny, Kcw 1'nrk Prat, FIAT MONEY. Trey Daily Press. 1. is te be hoped thnt Congress will net uiake a flat ever the silver question. TltEIU IMPRINT ON THE WOULD. Cleveland Plain Dealer. The only impression eome men make in this life is when they sit down in the snnd. ILIi ASSOIITEO. Washington Pest. A pie stuffed Con gressman and a peer opinion of the President's ucssnie don't travel in pairs. A OHEAT CHANCE. Cleveland Leader. The man who can tell for a certainty what Congress will de could make a fortune with the In- formation. CONGRESSIONAL CYCLONE. Cleveland Plain Dealer. "It is a 1 severe blew, but the country cau stand itl" says Speaker Crisp, as he leeks ever the sea of shouti...

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. — 29 August 1893

- , fi m 4 w .mku yijWW" 2r5trn?rsr i - yuMicJMBfclauKt DAILY, KXCJEIT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. JNCOnrOUATED. WlLUAX n. Cox, JTetUlent Themas A. Davis, Vtct-FrtiMtnt. William II. Wadswebth, Jr., Oaa. iiui ., 4-n ... Ml. , i ad, ttui y i,r,(, 4 I ci.i.i .11 Themas A. Davis, ..... Aliter find -WtmnfMr. William Q. Jenes, Leal Jdllteraml Jtoekktintr. I BOARD Or VIJIECTOKS. William n. Cox, M. C. hvshell, (A. M, J. COCHBAK, W. II. WADSWOHTH, Jr. Themas A. Davis. nVTJTmZ -P"W'e Xtffer Tuilding, JTe, 10 Satt , VJWlVXli TMr&artiu ..... BUBSCRIPTIOXS-IN AeVAKCS. One TTnr . .. i .,. 8tu Six Menth..? .. 1 0 Three MeHlb.........................-......... ?) Bjv jjjuu kjuu .0 j uiMiAAi Per Menth .............-.......-.... - cni Payable te carrier at end of month, TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason-'able-and made known en application at k tne vjjwc el t . j-. THE LEDGER . . is the largest dally paper printed In Mays vllle count the col umns and measure their length. I...

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. — 29 August 1893

ry m j t l, ,t. -?W- rt rvtwS&zWFrM' ' jf - r " I . J T I . J4 " 5 ; w w. I I ) f i V ft I $i fe iife n. m DEADLY GALES. i i a oycieno aweeps ine aomneri &' Coast, jj&-1(lMyipg Death and Dostrnctlen k VJ Its Wake. Great Demoge Throughout Flerida, Geor gia and Seuth Carolina Man and Beast low Down te the Wind's Fury Forty l'oeplo Wlled In Ode Mace. . Atlanta, Ge., Aug. 29. The mesl disastrous storm known In twelve years, If net the most disastrous sine 1854, swept the south Atlantic ceasl 'V1?1 Sunday and Sunday night "" Details of tbe devastation are just coming, and, owing te the faet thai most of the wires are down, are very eVew and Imperfect at midnight The storm first struck the Flerida coast at Juplter Inlet, and swept northwest It began with what seemed te be a cloud burst, and then the wind blew a gale. A regular hurricane with cyclonic features followed. Se far as heard from the worst damage was done at Savan nah, where forty lives are reported lest, and 610,000...

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. — 29 August 1893

M ';' . ; (",, it h Bv AN UNPLEASANT COUNTRY. Sema of the Objections te Living In North era Bernee. The northern half of the Island of Bernee is the queerest ami most un satisfactory place te live that one can imagine, thinks the St. Leuis Glebe Democrat. It is a land of constant ro re currinff phenomena, where cyclones are frequent and deluges of water very common. The vegetation in that half is very flne, but in all probability the wildest and most tangled en earth earth net even excepting that of Africa. The cause of all the treuble is the shallow condition of the sea north of it, great shoals of sand existing a few miles out which cxtend along its cntlre northern length. These shoals are covered by a depth of water net ever Ave feet deep. The constantly recurring winds that blew in that climate change te hurri canes and sweep the smaller islands of all visible life. When such a storm Btrikes the sand shoals north of Bor Ber neo it sweeps up the shallow salt water in its course a...

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. — 30 August 1893

? 'vTV' - ra T r;Ft i. if M 'S fl M- k V, ft 'J? A ?"' &? fc ;. rw fiu TAKIFP X'lCTDIlUS. The llrit Mx month of 1803 snw HHHHHHHH 31 new toxtlle fnctorlea started up In South ern Stnte. The corresponding iierletl of 1803, with l'rcc-trnde 'In pronpect, suw only 0 iVcw rerk Praia. COMING HOME TO ROOST. A'J. Leuis Gtobe-Demecrat, Carlisle s 'speech in favor of free coluage when he was Senater is giving hlra mere trouhle than auy ether that ever he made. TAKE NOTICE. Chicago Tribune. Let It he under stood once nnd for all that any attempt te bettle up the lien. Bill Springer at this crista will result in a violent ex plosion. INFORMATION WANTED. Chicape Mail. We are much concerned nheut the lien. Beurkc Ceckrau. We would knew where he is at and what in the thunder put him tlicre, if he is there? Alse, why. RATIO OP SILVEIt 8ENAT0ns. Chicago Tribune. The silver states, se-called, cast 457,000 votes in the late election. They have eighteen United States Senators. New Yerk casts 1,'JO...

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