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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 5 September 1893

iHl! VtSHsBV " 1Smm 73SJ I 2f.Yl I s I m- MT CULBL'a . i 1 " li..gLAiat.-L1i4.vi! J. ic F7fW5HO HA1LY. EXCEPT SUNDAY. BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. lNConrenATED. William II. Cox, irtiident Themas A. Davis, VltfPruidcnL "William n. Wadswebtu, Jr.. Scert larv and Trtaiurtr. Tueiias A. Davis, ...... .... EdUer and Zlanaetr. Vr'iLHAU 0. Jenbs, Zeeal EUter ami Xoekktcvtr. BOARD Or DIRXCT0R8. WilliaH It. Cox, M. 0. IU-bskll, A. M. J. Cochran, V. it. Wadswebth, Jr., Themas A. Davis, mrffTmS PWc Ztdgtr rvUdino,A'e. 10 Salt BVBSCRIPTIONS-IN ADVANCE. ette Tfar.. .-.. 83 00 SIX 3l8Blli........ ............... 1 be Tbree Meatli....m.,............-......... 73 DELIVERED XT CARRIER. Per Menth ,m.. .- ..- ..S3 CcuU Payable te carrier at end et month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason' alle and made knetcn en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . Is the largest dally paper printed In Mays yllle eennt the rol rel nmns and neasnre their length. It gives yen mere reading matter than ...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 5 September 1893

5? f i V lU. rt .! IA iA . '' 4 .- !i vS M. I .,, JV '. r J' f4 e- II pf w i f$fc ffr ' i. h u vs VETS' IN' 'GAMP. Over One Hundred Thousand Strangers in Indianapolis. The City Beajitlfqlly Doceratod Frem One End te th6 OlHer. Camp Wilder Formally .Dedicated by Ocn. UarrHen The Ex-Xrcsf dent Makes Twe Addresses of Wclcenia te III Old Comrade Camp Fires Darning. iNDiAKAreus, Ind., Sept 6. The ar rival. of veterans te attend the twenty seventh ahnual encampment of the Grand Army of the Bcpubllc was enormously augmented Monday. Trains wcre rolling Inte (he central station every half hour unloading thelr thousands, and for the most part with as llttle delay as could be counted upon. But four times there were blockades, however, nene of any serious delay until Monday evening, when five trains wero blockaded at the suburb of Bright Bright weed, four miles from the center of tbe city, and from which station large ' crowds had te walk, tts the street car facilities wcre net sufflelcnt te re...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 5 September 1893

w?T W&jf?? CITT DIMOTORT. t si The Editor of The Leoeku Is net rosponsi responsi rospensi bio for thoeptulona expressed b Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon the chame chame ter or habits of any person will be admttu-d te thesa columns.! MTCorretpemUnti ictll pleuse send Letters i as te reach us net later Mm. 3 o'clock a. m. Giv tact in as few words w possible. We vuni new in this department, unit nut adverlUim, notices or political aruumimtn. OUR AOENTS The following are authorized Agents fei The Public Ledger lu their respective local lecal ities: Merwtfiurg Matthew Heiltunn Helena Uohert II. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hawes. Sardis B. O. Grigsby. Orangeburg C. U. Ress. Sprinedate C. C. Deginan. xayilick Charles Wheeler. Vanceimrv Mrs. Jennle Stewart. Aft. Carmel Kelly it Foxworthy. Autfluta Leunder Tully. Peed Jeseph w. Williams. Bluelick Spring J. II. Hunter. Derer Thad. F. Moere. Aft. Qtttatl Jacob Themas. Subscribers will save the treuble of letter writing by paying 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. — 6 September 1893

tv ' f 'si " ' - ' Sir; -J! i j ti y.. U Mfr -i -. Nil ftKS 11111 ' ' TAIUPF I'lCTUltES. Industrial wngea pnld In Auburn, N. Y,, icienaed from ' "i "' Si"trH.30 tncr In 1B80 te 82,472,ft74 In 1800. It Is no wonder that Auburn worker vlew tha npprench of Frco-trnde with dlnidny. New Turk Prens. THE "llULUJTIN" AMONa 'ESt. New Yerk JYcm.IIoUe Smith's back back eown en the pension business leaves sundry Bourbon organs in a sorry and -silly plight. AFTKK TUB DAtli IB OVEIt. Washington Pest. After the sottlo settlo sottle incut of the financial question the busi ness of dispensing ofQce will return te tha old catch-as-catch-can basis. FHOSI A LOVB IiETTEU. Fliegende Blactler." If you de net return my leve I beg that you will send buck this letter, in order that I may be able te use it en soine otlier occasion." A TAX ON DOCTOKS AND DOOK TLATES. Philadelphia Recerd. In Roumania a duty of Is. a bettle has te be paid en .foreign wlne. Theio is a tax en femule servants, en deer plates and en...

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. — 6 September 1893

Vir rj?lrl r vv .t'lictfifrG llAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOlirOUATED. Wiluak H. Cox, Themas A. Davis, Vice-rreiMtnt. William II. Wadswebth, Jr., Seerttary and Treaturr. Themas A. Da vis, .................. Editor and Manager. William O. Jenes, Leral Editor and Boekkttver. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. W1LI.1aMH.COX, M. C. llDSSKLL, 6 A. M. J. Ceciiban. W. II. Waohwektii. Jr., Themas A. Davis. OFFICE Fut'lie t'flr Building, Ne. 10 Sail 8VBSCRIPTI0N8-IX ADVANCE. One Tfenr .. ... 8-1 00 Biz Menth............ 1 BO Tbree MeutIi.................. -.. 78 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth .. ......................... .......83 CenU Parable te carrier at end of mouth. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . la the largest dally paper printed In Mays vllle count tbe col cel nmni and measure their length. It girts you mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price as any ether Mays tills p...

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. — 6 September 1893

tip fp'p v."- .tfjFTiji . rr t. .' .? '. B ! Sfflfy, I.i I 5 'A I; f : W't an r i ry jm EMIN PASHA. The Explerer Had Six Arabs Summarily Hanged, But Their Deaths Were Avenged By "Old Tanganyika." llpyend Doubt Emln Was Murdered And III and Illi Yollewort' Iledlei Wcre Saten Ily Cannibals The Murderer 9onef Livingstone's OldTrleuU. Londen, Sept. 0. Rev. A. J. Swann, the UJljl missionary who Monday made public an account of Emln Pasha's death, Bald In an Interview Tuesday merning: "I am unable te glve all the actual Incidents of Dr. Emln'8 death. The narratlve made public by me Monday through the Associated Press contained about all the details of the murder as I learned them. "The immediate cause of the Arab hostility te Emin was their belief that he had hanged summarily six Arabs at the Stanley end of Victeria Nyanza be cause they refused te barter with him. This story was never denied, and was accepted as true even by Europeans. He was separated. "When Emln was murdered he was sopa...

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. — 6 September 1893

s " .'. t-v ? c IThe Editor of TnE Ledqeii Is net rospotiBl respotiBl rospetiBl bio ter the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing teUActlug upon thocharao thecharao thocharae ter or habits of env person will be admitted tothesaooluuins.1 Corrj)eiUnt tclU p(riM send LeKtim. a te reach u net lattr than 0 o'clock a. m. Of r tacts tn as few tfenU as )M4tble. IV waif nini 111 tftt (ijMr(ment, ui(i net advertising notices or veliltcal araumeut. OUR AOEXTS. The following aru authorized Adenis tdi The Public Ledekk In their r spectlvolecti I ties: Merqnburv Matthew llettman Helena Rebert II. Cord. SUntrva Frank IV. Hawes. Sarditn. 0. Grigsby. 0tnrel)uru C. R. Uess. Sprtnudale C. C. Degtuati. Mawlick Charles Wbeoler. Vtuiceburu Mrs. Jcnnle Stewart. Aft. Cartnel Kelly & Foxworthy. Auutwta Leunder Tully. Pel Jeseph W. Williams. Blueltck Spring J. H. Hunter. Derer Tltad. F. Moero. AJTt. GHcewl Jacob Themas. Subscribers will save the treuble of lettoi lettei wrltlug by paying th...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 7 September 1893

; .., if&!iZ3. JL --. m. ll KS f K& mi, v- ;" TAUIFF I'lCTUUUS. According te "The New Verk World," of 3.B00 .carpet uinkeri lit this city 1,2150 nr'e out of work. Hew tunny of these tuen voted for n "chnnge" Inst full. New fork Pren. A CHALLENGE. 'Figare.!!, wn3 Paul dc Cnssntjnnc who wrete te Victer Nelr: "I ntn thu offended party; I have the choice of weapons. I cheese the French grnuiuinr. Yeu ate dead." FINISH THE JOH. New Tei'k Press, Having closed part of the mills aud shops of the country, Democratic Free-traders new argue that lit.lH -a geed time te make the job corn cern plete. The blame can be thrown en that peer old scapegoat, the Sherman Law. SHOWING THE VALUE OF TACT. Chicago Inter Ocean. "Fer Ueaveu's sake, leek at the dark man across by the punch bowl!" said one lady te another at u reception. "lie has drunk twelve glasses of punch, one after another!" "Ah, Indeed?" said the ether, dryly " that is ray husband." But the woman born te tact and luck fell en her f...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 7 September 1893

WSmt $ WE , '. ' h DAILY, KXOEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOIirOnATED. WILUAU It. COX, THOMAS A. DAVIB, fi fTCH.wxl ncr-il tliacni. Willi au n, Wadsworth, Jr., AVvrrWnru nnil Trraiurtr. . ." : , v.. :.... 1UUHAB A. liAVISi I...., nuaUNUT IIMfl AVUliaVCT. WlLUAM O. Jenks, Xecnl Editor and lloekktevtr, BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WillIaU 31. Cox, M. C. Russell, A. M. J. Cecubah, W. II. Wadbwehth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. OFFICE p,,b,le edgtr EuUdtng, JVb. 10 Eait x- . ......: : . rrBmf r nrrn ve. r j ntj) v?w. ? ... MMM..,..M..7 Sk. Ilx Months 1 SO CftMA Va..m A1 All DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth ......... -......-.as CeuU Payable te carrier at end of month. ji . , i ' ' TO ADVERTISERS. is.- ' J ih-Kvlieinn rates f.ni farm, and reason able and made known en application at IV C UJiCV, THE LEDGER . . I tbe largest dally paper printed In Mays vllle cenut tbe col cel nmns and measure their length. It gives yen mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price as any ether ...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 7 September 1893

IWWPfflMBB TIUMl VJ ? 7' BWiriW5r ir .,,. ,- . , , , , b ft ' sMB V TO BUSINESS. Veterans Begin the Real Werk of the Encampment. A Determination te Have Twe Doad Dead Lettor Laws Put in Force. Soldiers Discharged. Ily Iteiunn of Wennrts or BIckucM Daring Enlistment te Hots J'roferenoc In Appointment toKeder. nl Ofllecs Women'! ICllef Cerps. Indianapolis, Ind., Sept 7. The first session of the encampment proper begun Wednesday morning at 0:30 as wall as the first session of the Weman's Relief Cerps convention and Daughters of the Regiment One of the most important reports made te the national encampment : f weunesaay was mat 01 tne special com mittee en legislation by Chairman Kay. The purpose of the appointment com mlttec, was te de something te secure the enforcement of two federal laws al most totally disregarded for many years, the first providing that these dis charged from military or naval service by reason of wounds or sickness in curred in the line of duty should have a pref...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 7 September 1893

r mim?mm. . nnBiwmwm im(nw(ewt' iiwwiiw'te'Wnwwi.wwkiMWili''tliHaw twwj4tiVwrtw teiaat!jaiywwMvyvtf y.y. ! i i.j J ' ' i ?. ! rns IiEDQKii la net respensl- uns oxpressod by Correspond- reflecting upea the charae- etNiuy person will be Admitted 1 A4lspe)ident will please send Letter te cn at few worth as pnnitlble. We want jj'xn this department, ami net advertMiw flee or velltlcal arvument. OUH AGENTS. The following are authorized Agents tei The FunLiO Ledqer lu their respective local- ' Ulea: Moranburg Matthew Heffman. Helena Hebert It. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hnwes. Sartlb Ii. Q. Grlgsby. Orangeburg C. H. Iless. Springdale 0. 0. Degman. Maynltch Charles Wheoler. Vanctbure Mrs. Jennie Stewart. Mt. Carmel Kelly Foxworthy. .'Aueiwta LoHnder Tully. .Pd-Jeseph W.Williams. Blueltek Spring J. H. Hunter. ,Di!r Thad. F. Moero. , i .Mt.atlead Jacob Themas. Subscribers will save the trouble of letter- .rritlnir bv paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place ItECTOHVlLLE. Will we hav...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 8 September 1893

HfflT xini v- gkv k ii ' - -fr" 'tWtHwrw yM(m wt .'pmwmiii i -w .- i fckv.w - itinu. p l r--tMl v 4fcUt h w-fPi m 4 i ?.. . w. ST- TAKIFF riCTUlCKS. In Qulncy, 111., nvornce wngeg of pro tected factory worker increased from 8382 lu 1880 te In 1800. Xew Vnrk Pre. THIS LEADING rOPULigT'a 1UHCE. Capital. General Weaver gets $23 a speech. rilEACUINO AND THACTICE. Washington Pest. Mr. Lease's drug store ought te turn out a superior article of geld bug poison. THE CLAMOIl FOit UEEll. Washington Neves. The foreign gentle men who cannot get enough beer are clamoring very loudly for bread. NUMEH0US FIllST NKJUTERS. St. Paul Gazette. h new leeks as if the Cherokee disrobing act en the 10th inst. would play te packed houses. PATIENTLY WAITIHQ. Arkansas Gazette. Tha country is new suffering from tee much pernicious activity in Congressional speech-making. A SLUMP IN "GOLDEN STAIliS." Chicago Glebe. It is reported that "Silver Waves" has supplanted "Climb ing Up the Gelden Stairs" out in Colerad...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 8 September 1893

R m ; t r. m $iMtwmm DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, 11Y THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOUrOIlATEU. William II. Cox, Themas a. Davis, ititJtnt Viet-Prttldent. William H. Wadswertu, Jr., Stcrttarv aiul JYcnjtircr, Themas A. Davis Editor and Managtr, William G. Jenk-,, Lecal Editor and Boekktcotr. SOARS OF DIRECTORS. WillJamH.Cex, M.C. KussrLL, A.M. J.Uechran, W. II. Wadhweiith, Jr., Themas A. Davis. nVWTC.V! PMe Ledgtr building, A'e. 10 Eatt SITRSCEIPTIOXS-IX A D VAXCE. f( On Yenr H3 OO t-v -... Six Menth............. 1 SO Thrre Months..... ....................... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Ter Menlli.. 93 Cents Payable te carrier at end et month. TO ADVERTISERS. 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 tbe col umns and measure their length. It gUet yen mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the rame price as any ether Jlays Title paper one cent a ropy or 'lb cents a month, de...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 8 September 1893

Hp?1 u&xmm MMMMTX&wwmaam. w"-"" "wn.?.wr4 I" IV ,. r '. V .A .V " " , v ;. i a. r m iJP4 k t !; fctfP - I: A: A V fc m Lv i l ;i ara? AWFUL WRECK A Fast Passenger Train Collides With An Accommodation. More Than a Dezen People Killed And A Large Number Injured. The Collision Occurred en the Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne and Chicago Hallway Near Sonth Chicago A Tramp Literally Crushed Ucyend All Itaoegnltlon. Chicago, Sept a A head-en col lision between an accommodation train of the Chicago, Pittsburgh &. Fert Wayne railway and an castbeund pas sen go r train en the Pan-handle, or Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Leuis railway killed 18 persons and in jured aB many mere. The collision occurred in the "L" running from the main line just south of Coloheur te East Hammend, Ind., at the point of a curve and in a sparsely Bottled locality. The baggage car of the castbeund passenger train was ground into pieces, and from .this most of the killed and injured were taken. The remo...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 8 September 1893

1 tn3L "-- nw..i..- jiv4m ITbe Editor of The Ledger Is net rcsponsl rcspensl rcsponsl bie (or the opinions expressed by Correspond cnts: but nothing reflecting- upon thocharao thecharao thocharae tor or habits of any person will be admltted te these columns.! HrCorrependen icill plcate send Letters se as te reach us net Idler than 9 o'clock a. tn. Oivt fact) in as few uerds as possible. We tram news in this department, ami net adrettUina notices or veUtical anmments. OUU AGENTS. The following are authorized Agents fei Tug Puuute Lnuai.it In tliulr respective local lecal ities: Moranbure Matthew Hetfinnn. Helena Rebert B. Cord. Afinervn Frank W. lluwes. SartlU-U. G. Grigsby. Oranoeliure C. K. Ress. Svrinudalc C. C. Deg man. Mayltck Charles Wheeler. Vancebutv Mr. Jennie Stewart. Xt. Oirmel Kelly & Foxworthy. Augwta Leunder Tull jr. Peed -Jeseph W. Williams. Bluclich SprinatJ. H. lluuter. Dnwr Thad. F. Moero. JR. Ollead Jacob Themas. Subscribers will sme the trouble of letter letto...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 9 September 1893

-.. 1 AST ,. i X AIL i &-&, ; l- v '; I-' '.' f L m : ANOTHEIl TltUTH. AlchUen Glebe, A well bred person speaks lu tUe saine low volce te the peer as te the rich. If a mau begins te talk loud when be nddtcsscs a peqr man, that settles it. DON'T 11KMEVE IT. Chicago Recerd First traveler Why is that pompous fellow strutting about se absurdly? Second Traveler He found some ham in bis railway saudwlch. NOT KOIl TIIKM. New Yerk Press. It Is n noticeable fact that no workingmen are announced te appear bcfeic the Heuse Ways and Means Committee In advocacy of a re duction InTarill duties. Neither arc they sending in petitions te that effect. A riUEST'S SAVINGS FOIl 'HIE I'OOIt. Terre Haute Gazette. In his sermon Rev. Father Ashnell, Paster of St. Patrick's Reman Catholic Church, said: "There is great distress in this parish, owing te hard times. I have a deposit in the bank, which comprises my savfngs for seme years and also the pension I get as a Union soldier. This, is at the dis ...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 9 September 1893

lrfF,?,c vffivqv'ffipmw V1 ?(' . t ft" l. &VJ DAILY, EXC'KiT 8UNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. incokpekated. William IT. Cox, iYcifitcnf TkexahA. Davis, Vict'rtililtnt. William II. Wadswurtu, Jr., Sicretarv ami Trtaiurer, Themas A. Davis, .................. IUer and Alatuigtr. William Q. Jenes, Lecal Editor nnd Boekkttver. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WilltaU II. Cox, M. C. Russell, A. M. J, Cecuhan, W. II. Wadmwerth, Jr., Themas A.Davis. OFFICE "b,te Lt,,tr Building, A'e. 10 Eatt TMnt Strett, SUBSCRIPTIOlflf-IX ADVANCE. 8ne Tear ... S3 00 Ix Menth................ 1 30 Three Menth................................... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per MeuU..........................a3 Cents 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 . . Ii the largest dally paper printed In Mays Tllle cennt the col umns and measure their length. It gives jeu mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at t...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 9 September 1893

HK1 m,wj jHijfjs,v,w ir "' 'Tj Jsjwr r JTtv .V ww " fV V I w 1 5 ' l 4ta.44rf V.Hf,ta fc Spi w mmm 'llBaili,:' I HE CONFESSES. The Solution of the Yellow I Springs, 0., Crimes. Bill Whalen, Colored, Sends for Deteo Dotee Detee I tive Nerrls, of Springfield. He Telli of n Horrible Murder The KIlIltiR of Win. Keegler nnd Leu Keys Ilelleved te be the Werk of Wlialcn aiul Three , Confederates The Latter In JelL BrniNOPiELD, 0., Sept 0. William Whalen, colored, new in jail at Xcnia for assaulting with intent te rob Farm er Ileppings, of Yellow Springs, con fessed Friday evening te having com mitted one of the three mysterious Yellow Springs murders. About a year age the village was shocked by a double murder. Wm. Kecglcr, an ex soldier, and Leu Keys, colored, were found dead ene morning in the wom an's heuse with their heads smashed. Keegler had drawn his pension the day before, and his pockets had been rifled and the heuse ransacked. In an alley near the house an iron dray-pin, stained ...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 9 September 1893

V !i I Xhe Editor of The Lkdeer is net responsi ble for the opinions oxpressod by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend ents: but nothing reflecting upon thooharao theoharao thoeharao tor or habits of any person will be admitted te these columns.! vrCorrctpeiuItntt will please tend Letter se a te reach tut net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Give fact in as few irenU as pemtMe. ire uxint new tn this department, and net adveitlsing notice or political areumenfu. OUU AOENT3. The following nre authorized Agents fei InE Fuunc Ledeeu In thelr respective local ltles: Aforanlure Matthew Heffman. HtUna Hebert IJ. Cord. .Mineral Frank W. Ilitwcs. Sanit 11. Q. Qrigsby. Oranechuru C. It. Uess. Sprlnedulc C. C. Deguiati. ilayiltch Charles Whoeler. Fancehura Mrs. Jennle Stewart. VI. C.dtikI Kelly & Foxworthy. Aueiwta Leander Tullr. Pcd-Jeeph W.Wllllaras. UtucHefc Sprint-.!. H. Hunter. Decer Thad. F. Moero. . Mt. Gllcad Jacob Themas. Subscribers will save the treuble of lettet writing by paying their 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. — 11 September 1893

jiiEfMiiiM KJ V- 4v '"" ft '$. Br rt A LITTLE GREASE NEEDED. Buffalo Inquirer. The wheels of legis lation net only raove bard, but they squeak altogether tee loudly. PERPETUAL MOTIOK. Memphis Appeal-Aialanche. Men may come and inen may go, but I go en for ever The Congressional Jaw. riTTSuuitair ritiLosernv. ruueurgh l'est. uoem sliouteis arc only less dangerous than calamity bowlers; the former breeds disappoint incut, the latter despair. CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. 1 Detroit Tribune The Democratic Gov Gov ereor of New Yerk says: " Let the Tariff alone." This is tbe strongest bint be 1ms 3ct given that be wauts anetber term. ONE OP THE NECESSITIES OF LIFE. Chicago Pest. Hard times de net seem ,t te intcrfcre at all with tbe work of our spry young friend Cupid. There is ' always a Hue at the marriage Hccnse window. J'C08,tI.V..KXVEUI.MENTS. Cleveland Plain Dealer. The railroads are still trying te solve tbe problem of two trains passing, going in oppesito direction. It is new a questio...

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