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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 30 August 1893

rr RSI- La r wwrnfr DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOUrOHATED. V William n. Cox, TuemasA. Davis, jTiminu nce-jTeiicifiu. , WltLtAM n. Wadswebtu, Jr., Secretary and Treaturer. Theuas A, Davis, .................. Editor and Manager. William 0. Jenes, Xecnt EtiUer and .BoeA:ruer. BOARD Or DIRECTORS. William II. Cox, M. C. Russfll, f a.m.j.cechban, w. ii. wauhwerth.jr., .,'' Themas A.Davis. OFFICE pul,,e Zdgir TulUling, A'e. 10 Eait Third Street, BVBSCRIPTIOXS-Ilt ADYAXCE. OB6 "3Cwr mm...... ........... ........ ...... S)3 00 Mix Mentli.................. 1 no Three Meath................. .. ... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per MeutJi ........................ S3 tVul Payable te carrier at end of mouth. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason- vA7 sins? Mit7 2irtn in ? tit7Vtmn n .. ' "" " 0J7JW. THE LEUftER . . Ii the largest dally paper printed In Mays Title count the tol tel nmns and measure their length. It gives Ten 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. — 30 August 1893

m 'Wi 9 i4 ft ' ). NOW IT'S CANCER Startling Statement Regarding Cleveland's Health. rriThe President Submits te An Oper- fvt . , n tien en the Yacnt Onedia. 'M Considerable Pert of the Upper Jaw i auiiv ti rtn we t?nB jt;ii 111 Jtwu I Four Days, tlia I'liyslclnm Announc Anneunc l Ing; the DUease as Illieuinntltm. ... r . If. YV.- .r & ,.. .. j PniiADELi-niA, Aug. 30. The Press Tuesday morning published a four 'column article confirming dispatches t from Bosten about a month age which t stated that President Cleveland sub mitted te an operation en the yacht j unciua ler ine removal ei a cancer. !The operation required the cutting i away of a considerable part of the up ,per jaw bone, and be far there has been tje 6erieus effect. The Press says that fMr. Cleveland is yel a very sick man, and that his physician fears that mortal 'disease is still lurking in his system, notwithstanding the efforts of surgeons te relieve him. ' Secretary Lament, who was in the i . city, a few days 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. — 30 August 1893

Jrrt : tSi- K . ', k'Tt .if SETTLERS' RACE. Outdone Will Be the Oklohema Invasion. All Preparations for the Great Cher . ' ekee Invasion Made. Thousands ou Hemes nnd llicycles The III- cyclists Claim Tln-y Wilt Stand a Uewt Shew 111 the Itimh Nothing Kqual te It In American, History. Arkansas City, Kan., Aucr. SO. The race of settlers into the Cherokee coun try en Saturday, September 10, at high neon, premises te be mero novel und exciting than the famous Oklahoma in in "wvaslen five years age. At that tlme the army of homesteaders was mounted altogether en horseuack, each man carrying a riile and one or two revol vers, but In the approaching Cherokee charge a number of the Invaders will be mounted en bicycles, and will carry their rllles swung across their shoul sheul , ders, with lunch baskets pendant be neath, after the style of cartridge boxes. The bicyclists claim that they will stand a geed show In the race. The green prarle hillsides about Ar kansas City are dotted with thous...

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

fjLVKsm.ymumM' JEyi eujii mitipia 'Jti' iw- -v . n-T i( at .- Bcim. uh ' fc "i v-n :- " '; '' TyWTO' . J r W 'f'i i c ' AJ , V '. v-rt t -WWWt- ftH ff Htm f - i .i v . ir Ar- ,p irj M KV 'A I t :S B t ST m VI V w Ir ' L,' .; sit ".T" IV & 'A i U TOR-' TARIFF riCTUIU-S. Fer ovary box et ttu pinto mnde In this country, the ulicnnunii rocelvon 0 cent. 1IU llrltlsh competitor has te lit content with 3 1-fi cents. The dlfToretico lit wngea prevnlls throughout the nrleus grmlea of work In tin pinto nmimfncturc. Hew cnu we com lete with AVnled in this Industry nltheut .Protection? A'cte Yerk Pre. BLIGHTED. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. Grever's clevor died bofero it could be liarvested. ' m'elynn's TIIEOUV. (Jhicage Dispatch, IIell is n fltatc Rev. Father McQlynn. Kansas, probably. MIXED. Baltimore American. Read Senater VerbccssDcccbl It is interesting. It is tbe most curious mixture of orthodoxy and heterodoxy we bave run across in a year of Sundays. TO WAIIN FOOLS. Kansas City J...

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

3 . " a !" n '; ipmu x autiicmisMiwi4WM ' wrnrn KM DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER INCOUTOIUTED, CO. WILIJAU JI. COX, JTetUUnt Themas a. Davis, Vlee-Prtiiaint. f William n. Wamwertu, Jr., Srcrclary and Trtamrer. Themas A. Davis ............. KfUer and Manager. William 0. Jenks, Letal Editor and Boekkimrr. HOARD Or BISECTORS. WilUaicH. Cox, II, C. Hcssxll, ' A. M. J. Cochran, W. II. Wadkwebtu, Jr. Tiiemas A, Davis. OFFICE- .ItibUe Zedger TulliUng, Se. IB JSnif Third &tn(t SURSCRirTI0X9-IS ADVANCE. vBt lwir y w Hx Months...... .. ....... . 1 00 Trw Menthit................ ......... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth ...... .. .............. S3 Onte Payable te carrier at end el month. 'TO advertisers. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . li the largest daily paper printed In Mays, vllle fount the col cel nrans and measure their length. It gives you mere reading natter 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. — 31 August 1893

J" tjrt ' - 'kWir 0 V J x .A Hi K. S.ii I L,v, X, v v A f j r,C v 4, THE STORM. t The City of Savannah Left High and Dry. TT n.. ti i j r v jihi rjLXNtmiHi'N h:uhiv n.vnni m ri'fiin a?4 ' iVA m...!!. eui tuu uiauiuutiuu euip. The Vessel It a Total Lesa Ilcaufert U Wr.eked and XlaU the Inhabitants Drowned Orer be Millien Dol Del lar less ut Charleston, 8. C DSavannaii, Ge.. Aug. 81. ThoCityef Savannah is a wreck en Hunting islan'dj' off the east coast of Seuth Carolina. The steamer went ashere tlicrc Sun day night The City of Birmingliam arrived1 at 7 o'clock Wednesday night with the passengers and crew of the wrecked vessel. The flag 61 the City of Savannah hung ever her side. The passengers were rescued by a tug from Heaufert and transferred te the City of Birming ham. ' The City of Savannah is a total less and lies high and dry en the beach. Capt. Fcnnie, of the steamer Bessie, arrived from Beaufort, St Helena and Bluffton half an hour before the City of Birmingham, says that Beau...

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

fcp . L CHICAGO RIOT. The Trouble Started by Unem ployed Italians. Five Hundred Policemen Quickly Summoned te the Scene. The Meb IlcslsU With Clnba and Stone, lint Ars Finally I'ut te Flight Twelve of the Lemlers Are Umler Arreit Ne Attempt te ltocue lliein. CnicAOe, Aug. SI. The crowd of un employed men and idle spectators which gathered at the lake front Wed nesday morning was much larger than usual. Shortly after 10 o'clock indications of rioting began te manifest themselves, but no deflnlte movement toward a concerted demonstration was made, lly 11 o'clock the outskirts of the throng were surging across Michigan boule vard and blocking access te the audi torium. Along the boulevard and streets lead ing from that thoroughfare traflle was completely suspended. The chief of pelice was notified of the condition, and detachments of police, numbering altogether 500 men, were ordered te the lake front. In the meantime flve hundred Ital ians and ethers marched up Statestreet te Leuis St...

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

SflrV fFPvxytnF 'i '. !.' F' ,'" w; ?w a 4v! if TAUIFF riCTDUES. New Yerk, Hosten mid Pittsburgh boiler 'linkers get en nu hvornge about 37 cenU .per hour. In tlint great center of Hrltlsh Industry the Clyde bellcr-makcrs get nbeut 14 cents lcr hour. Protection mnkes the dliTer--ence. iVw Tork Press. ONE DHA.W1UCK. Chicago Tribune. Hoke Smith would be a falr-te-mlddling Secretary of the Interior If he knew mero about tbe Interior. IN TIME. Kansas City Journal It Is all right te tirge Congress te "votet" But tbe country will net ct a full measure of relief till the country votes. A FAMILY TRADITION. Tixas Stftmgs.A New Yerk critic says that be can remember the times wheu be used te think Rese Coughlin the handsomest woman in the world, and adds: "1've get a grandson who Is be ginning te think the same way." OHiaiN OP CANNED FltUIT. 2few Yerk Advertiser. We arc indebted te Pompeii for the great industry of canned fruit. Years age, when the ex cavations were just beginning, a party of ...

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

S mmBxsWi & l$afie lV ItAITV. KTtlRPT HlWnAV. MY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. IKCORrOKATED. William H. Cox, JPrttUtent Themas A. Davis, riee-iYeiJiltnJ. William n. Wadswertu, Jr., 9 . r " ""V"V" ... THOMAS A. davis, .. ..iuer ana juanagrr. "William O. Jenes, Xeeat EdUer ami Hoekkeeorr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WlLLInM II. COX, M. C. BCR8KLL, A. M. J. Cechhax, W. II. Wads worth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. OFFIOE- .Publlc Zetlgtr TulMlng, A'e. JO Sail TMrtt titrtet SVSCJlIPTIOJfSIif ADVAHCE. One Tenr ...... ............. .........-..........3 00 MX MenUll, 1 30 Three MeBtli..............--............... 73 SSLIYSRSD BY CABBIES. Per Meuth ......... ................ .......33 CmU Payable te carrier at end el month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisinq rates uniform atid reason- able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . It the largest dally paper printed In llsys tllle count the col umn and measure their length. It gifts yen mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same pr...

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

t i ) I Uf ;am SIX HUNDRED Dead is the Latest Repert Frem Pert Royal. Nearly All tbe Victims Peer Negroes en the Lowlands. Itlcc Crep Washed Awny nnd Bevcn Tlieu- send Voepln Destitute Heniies Wah Rj. cd Avijr-Oev. TlUmaa Call k Upen tlie Cltlicns for Help. " Columbia, a Q, Sept, 1. Gov. Til man Thursday night received the fol fel fol lewing1 telegram from Jehn 1L Averlll, general manager of the Pert Royal and Augusta railroad at Yomessce, 8. C. : "The less of llfe by tbe recent cycloue en the Islands adjacent te Beaufort and Pert Royal Trill number net less than COO people There ere T.OQO people en tbe islands entirely destitute of previsions, all tliey had being washed away, and thetr crops are an en tire less. Great desti tution will prevail among them unless they have speedy relief. I am working night and day te. open up communication, and bope te have trains Inte Doaufert net later than Mon day next "J. tt Avbhill." Thb governor Immediately issued the following proclamatien: Ha...

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

'V f..ii 1 n - TM te "!" l?i Iri; U'. REDUCTIONS. Changes in the Tariff Bound te Be Made, Law Hew the Committee en Ways and Means Proposes te Tinker. Whether the Senate AYM Soe It In the Same Light U Anether Quettlen Sen Sen aeor Urlce Predicts an Cltlmate , Shrinkage In Value Hermfter. Cincinnati, Sept. 1. The Times-Star ei Thursday contains the following special from Washingten: -Manufacturers should prepare their minds for a shock when the committee en ways and means gets its tariff bill ready te report te the house. The committee will report a bill which will make sweeping reductions in manufactured articles and will put a large number of raw materials en the free list. It will restore at least one cent per pound of the old duty upon sugar and make a number of ether changes Intended te Increase the rev enues. One of the principal objects of the bill will be te increase the inceme of the government. But manufacturers and ethers direct ly interested can rest assured that the bill ...

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

m ?S H rf f i. wri 3b TAnirr'ricTUUEs. Last fall the Domeornts premised the farmers that Cloveland'i oleotlun would bring tlie price of wlient te ml 2B They nre net talking se much about wheat since It dropped te flO 1-4 cants In Chicago. New Yerk Pre. THE "itEED RULES" AOAIN. New Yerk frees. Ex-Spcakcr Reed's scathingly sarcastic arraignment of the Democratic majority in the llouse for its inconsistency and cowardice ia the matter of adopting parliamentary rules was Tvcll deserved. The Democratic howl about " Czarlstn" audi" Heed rules" in the Fifty-ilrst Congress was calculated solely for party effect. New that they arc iu power the Democratic leaders would be glad te adept the "Reed rules" if they dared te de se. Mr. Reed's reply te the undignified personal assault made upon him by Speaker Crisp was crushing in its ferce. It was all the mero effective from the fact Unit it was delivered, with entire calmness and dignity, forming a marked contrast te the vchement language of the 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. — 2 September 1893

kv A Kv vmmmw DAILY. JCXUEPT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. I.NCOltrOHATED. WILLIAM II. COX, TltOMA A. DAVIS, JtUdtnt VIce-lTiilitcnt. I William II. Wadbwerth, Jr., Stcretary nml Trtaturtr. Themas A. Davis, ............,. RtUer nnd -ATannprr. WlLUAU O. Jenks, ieatf JTiiUer and Soekkteotr, 7 HOARD Or DIRECTORS. ' WILLIaU II. COX, M. C. RUSSKLL, A. M, J. Oechban, W. H. Wadhwehth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. 'OFFICE 'p"?"e JdOtr uUding,2fe. 10 Eatt '" SURSCRIPTIOXS-M ADYAXCS. flse Tear ..... . ..... . ... ..$3 00 Six MeUUi.......................... -....... 1 SO Tbree Months.................................. 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Ver Menth... ........... ......... M Outa Parable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisina rates uniform and reason- "'abU and made known en application at jh tM office. THE LEDGER . . is the largest daily paper printed In Mays Title tnnt the col umns and measure their length. It Rites yen mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the ame...

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

) . y 4 Lft r ! ' I" ) u Ik J Silt te 'HEY ARE SAFE. The Savannah Survivors Are Brought Inte Pert. S - I ,'Tbe Ladles, and Children Almest Without Clothing Presented, a Uqtqqe Appearance, Thcj Ilarlng lfc All Tliei, Apparel hit he Wrecb-On Their Arrival In Pert J a Loud Ebeat Went Up, Savannah, Qa,, Bept. a The tug Paulsen, that alt Savannah Thursday morning te gat the balnnce of the passengers of the wrecked steamer City 'of Savannah, arrived here at 2 p. m, Friday. The wharves were llned with 'poeplo a,i the tug came np the harbor, and when it was announced that all the shipwrecked passenger were en beard Bheuts went up from the vast audience. As the 'Paulsen stcamednhrcaBt Lincoln street I flags en commercial houses facing River street were hung out and dipped in sa lute, and the merchants rushed te the balconies and checred themselves hearse. The Cotten exchange balcony was crowded as never before, and the mighty greeting which they sent up made the hearts of the shipwrecked gla...

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

w KiySiYTSMR,W 'JffZ' i1 -, r r ''Tf'iWA'T' ..Mr- .'.r .. t.'-sa-flu, i ' v ' ", v vt, ' v J"y i :r If " HOME RULE. The Great Fight in the Heuse of Commens Ended. Gladstene Has Wen the Greatest Victory of His Life. Tb Measure I'raikmI at 1 O'clock rrtOnj Morning by n Vete of 301 te 807 Tremendous Ovutlnn Given the Ornnil GUI Premier. Londen, Sept. 2. At miduipht th house of commons divided for the vet en the third reading of the home rule bllL The result was as follews: Fei the motion 301, against the motion 207 When the vete was announced the lib crals and both sections of the Irlsl party rese with cheers. There wen counter cheers by the teries. The lib crals crowded about the premier tc congratulate him. Sir. Gladstene ap peared te be greatly relieved by tin vete and announced that lie would tak( a vacation. He will probably lcavt Londen for Midlothian in a day or twe and will be absent at least ten days. The home rule bill gees te the house of lords. In what shape it will emerge ...

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

PS" Tr JF.fl MF-Hrr'-- tin -mil mw i mi i mi i r n i nTn-wrr imri iiwawi 1 1 1 nn i i 11 i 'nM?-";,"..'v,awsTr""t' vn v i'i 'X lv ' " v " n i-f iyii-iTrnnmrri.iiM.i..a..i.tii.......inLlMr.ivitWii,fTi-i-fT-r-ri'ivtrffrt'- ajfvxtna. " M?jfWiW.l ..ii ..MAWrt VV tf 'AIM'MWIW WWTOilW'(WV'tf""b'' " ' " " " " W iWi'C a . . n ..-.' .i . . , wmxvmWM&Li;-J9(r&'' WS 3 - . . taiuff ricryuiss. In ike first halt of 1803 Jtlie niun1er of cotton mills constructed In the United SUtpswnv, Democracy cmue Inte power, pledged te repenlthe rrotectlvo Tariff, nnd the num. Iier of cotton mills built In the first six mouths of 1803 win only . i . a Sew l'erk Prtas. niO MEN AND LITTLE TOWNS. Chicago Inter Ocean. Every American President has had from 3 te S3 towns named for him. Thcre are HO cities And. towns named after Alexauder & Hnntlltnn. R0 rMlntnnn. 24 Wnhstnrs. 20 - f - -...-., .. - -, . 'Benten, 18 Calheuns, 7 Clays, 10 Quincys, L 21 Deuglases, 20 Dlalncs. A WORD TO THE SENATE. St. Leuis ...

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. — 4 September 1893

1 I KUfA r r '." -: J1' J K bifeiiUjMu DAILY, KXC'firT SUNDAY, BY f. THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCORPORATED. Wiluam IT. Cox, Themas A. Davis, Vlee-Pretiaent. r TeiKKfW WILLIAM II. WADSWORTU, Jr., Secretary ami Treaturer. Themas A. Davis, .................. Editor and Manager. , r William a. Jokes, Lecal Editor ami Bookkeeper. BOARD Or BISECTORS. WILLIaM 11. COX, M. C. llUSBKLL, A. M. J. Cochran, V. II. Waduwebtk, Jr., Themas A. Davis. OFFICE P"b,e Ltdtr vtlding, Ne. 10 Sail Third Street SUBSCRIPTIONS-IS ADVANCE. VVHO A OHIT ...MM,.. ............ ttww.timwtiMmHV" W Mix Sfenthf.HMM.H.HH,H..HH. ............. I tiO Tbree Mentli................. .......... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth ..................... .33 CeuU 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 . . Is tbe Urgeat dally paper printed In Mays Tllle cennt the col umns and mtasnre their length. It glret you mere reading m...

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 September 1893

4 . swwsitmw fiT rviwnnivH D"U Tf.l'v ' - ..!(.. " . i Jt ITTflHtt 1J 'r , - - ' " , . , -. 3 PMBfifety n-r-' -; rffv.i &r ry.i 7s. r 't i rV m TERRIBLE RIDE. The Brakes of a Moter Car Re i fuse te Werk. The Vqhicle Gees Down a Steep Grade at a Fearful Rate. It Strike a Telephone Pole and la Cut le Twe One Persen Killed, Three Fa ll tally Injured and Twenty-Seven , t Otber Mere or Lena Hart. Cincinnati, Sept 4. A car became unmanageable at McGregor avenue Sunday afternoon, and after a wild flight of ever a mile jumped the track nt Broadway, crashed into a telegraph pole, and ene passenger was killed, thrce fatally injured, and twcnty-slx ethers mere or less seriously hurt. The accident occurred en the Avendalc ' electric line. ; Three mlnutcB of mortal terror, tl whirling along through clouds of dust, in a runaway car et a speed that, at the finish, is described as close te ene hun cred miles an hour, is an experience that will nover be effaced from the memory of these who passe...

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 September 1893

tfi" " 'fi?C .,. iMi'iiynyjjiniy m p! iimmiMigfMtl'i,' i'Hg iMIJ '- pM 1??J! 111" V'Jl?.jy!iJftT3ftSfi55-'-S3' g JBi t1!titt!tmtmW ! Si l J te 3 r Pi A 41 " KtTlI T ' ' JAPS. Street Vender Oe About with Charcoal Stere en Which Children Ilukc Cakes. Japan. ha.1 beSn frequently referred te as the "Children's Paradise," and with considerable justice, for In no tethcr country Is childhood made be mucji of, and nre. children surrounded y se many devices for their amuse ment. In every town, according te Dr. W. D. Eastlnke In the Popular Sclonce Monthly, there arc numbers of street venders and hawkers whose sole cus tomers ere children, One class of tlwse venders carry two charcoal stoves, or furnaces, swung In the conventional manner of the country from the ends of a pole which rests across the shoulder. Arriving at a con venient corner, the lead is put down, aqd a group of eager children quickly gather. Fer the moderate sum of one or two rln the children arc supplied with a tiny cup of 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. — 5 September 1893

I m , ' " TAUIFF 1'ICTUllKS. In 1000, urheu Frotectlon settled down te redaca the great war debt, the nnnunl Interest charged en Unit debt it hi S13B,B23,0DB 34 In 1B03 se umny bends hed been tnketi up or refunded at the lower, rntes mnde point Me by our constantly Improving National credit that the tnrorest eharge was only 83,803,883 30 Xcw Ferk Yew. A GREEDY OUARDIAN. Detroit Tribune. The gentleman who suggested a French protectorate for tiiatn is cither a rare humorist or a man who -would hire a colored person te guard a watermelen patch. IIA8 HAD A OOOD EFFECT. Indianapolis Sentinel. Carter Harri son's prospective marriage is already baring a geed effect en his morals. He has decided te put a step te rioting in Chicago and has had his hair cut. DEAD SURE. Rev. Father McOlynn recently said "Hell is a state." Minneapolis Tribune. uaun t iicaru u ueiore, out u true, -1 here's dollars te deuchuuts that thcre'U be two Democratic U. S. Senators. Ml. Vernen Republican, SPEAKER CRISP'S ...

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