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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 23 September 1893

"V; urn aiiMi ;ii,.-.,.-.i r.'f"WK . i vi.,-vjm' piblt DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY. THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCORPORATED. Wiixiau II. Cox, Themas A. Davis, PrriUttnl Vice-Prttldtnt. WlLMAU II. Wadswertu, Jr., Seerttary and Treaiurer, Themas A. Davis. .................. Editor and Manager. William G. Jenem, Lecal Editor and Roekktevtr. BOARD Of DIRECTORS. WILLI A II. COX, M. C. IlUBSKLL, A. it. J. Coekbam, W. K. Wadswebth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. fUfPJCIJS PuNte I-tdQtr uMfii0, Se. JO Baxt jrriJJZ, mint Street. . . . . . 8USSCRIPTI0iflIS ADVANCE. One Year ... ....... ........... tV 00 til Meallii I 50 Tbree Menth ..... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Pr Jleiilh. ...............,............... 33 t'cula Fayable te carrier at end of month. TQ ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at th office. THE LEDGER . . :43m la tbe largest tlallr )MW ' rarer printed In Mars- vllle count the cel- K;Stt umn n J measure ibtir 4 length. It Rives you mere reading matte...

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 September 1893

SPfgp v.wj P..: fr- v n I- BJL FK . ONE SURViyOR. The Alexandre JPeiten, of the Haytian Navy, Founders. One of the Sailors of the Ninety Ninety three en Beard Lives Te Narrate the Terrlble Story A Dlple- tnntle 1'arty CeniUMng or Goe. Bie- lluer, PI. De Jean and Mr. Celieu, Ixxt Ne CauM Known. Nkw Yerk, Sept 21 The Alexandre Peiten, ene of the new gunboats of the Haytian navy, foundered en September 0, near Cape Tiburon, and only one of her crew of ninety men survived te tell the story. The news of the less of the war vessel was brought here Friday by passengers en the Dutch steamer.Prinz Willem I., which arrived from Pert au Prince. The Alexandre Peiten was the last of the gunboats constructed for the Haytian navy. 8he wu built in Havre for the government of Ilayti only a few months age, nod left Pert au Prince September 4, bound for the city of San Dominge. She bad en beard na passengers Gen. Mol Mel iner, special Dominican plenipotentiary te Ilayti; M. D. Jean, consul te San Domi...

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 September 1893

-.--rr s,v iv . SK i i i iiMi-ii--in mi i'ri---i--i"-in-iMirMi'''inirin-fTt Jf-) ,-,,', '," "J ITtae Editor of The Ledeeu Is net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon the charac ter or habits of any person will be admitted te these columns.! "CompenJiti tciU vltmt tentl LelUr i at tereach u twit later than 9 o'clock a. m. Oitt facts in as few words cm imlble. We want ttttrs tit thU department, and net advertMng notice or velllical arawnent. OOK AGENTS. The following nre authorized Agents fei The Public Ledger In their respective local lecal ities: Momnbure Mnttbew HeQiuun. Helena Bebcrt B. Cord. MJiiemi Frank W. Hnwes, SardUU. G. Grigsby. OranucburvG. It. Hebs. Sprinedttle C. C. Degmnn. M(iyIlc)t Charles Wheeler. rtricJmr0 Mrs. Jcnnle Stewart. Mt. Camel Kelly & Foxworthy. ,Augula Lcunder Tully. Peed-Jeseph V. Williams. Rlueltck Spring J. H. Hunter. Dever Thad. F. Moero. Aft. OMani Jacob Themas. Subscribers will sae the treuble of...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 25 September 1893

,X ,Jf v,?,. 'tfT H !.:i fci i ,. M.,iHHtM' ..t-wtn mifiiiiiMwti.1 ftt .".' "i'-l , ( t-taj' 1 Mtfe ?". . .''. . ri -Wfc. 'i: money was concerned. He also repeated fre qucntly'that he was courting her and that e wag paying all expenses. She bad told him he was net a success as manager. He concluded bis morning testimony with an account of tbe numerous engagements which wero failures financially and hew the plaintiff complained that be was a failure as a manager and she wanted te return East for the regular season. m 1 Notwithstanding the dull times Purnell Bres, had mero work than they could de and new have In their employ their cousin, James H. Purnell of Mlddlcsboreugh, who Is a master mechanic at his work. Plastering, cement and ornamental work solicited. PAILr PUBLIC LEDGER ALWAYS AT WORK, llechester Democrat. A gas meter never lets grnsa grew under its feet. MA YSVILIK KXVUBLICAir. SECOND YEAR. MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1893. ONE CENT. ftRRtVAr.c Brice Vance of Ceve...

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 September 1893

MM- 5F vv i-y v,75;- v T-. ? "vsr -i 7.wi r'-v y..i s.'ip.wwiHmiSATrat.K - ' . Jvrty 4i f." ... rW".M ' i IV . . . f - -I f ,'. " ' . . . . I, A , 1 fi i. in j -.. ; DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY mm?. DimT.Tn T.wnaT?p nn l JULLU X UAAHAV JXUUSU 4X1.1 VV. I, INCORPORATED. William H, Cox, Themas a. Davis, Jritckni tlce-ir-eiMfnt. William H. wadswekth, Jr., 6it ".'.'" "1 . ., 1HOXAH A XIAVli . Auuvrimu .tuiiriuvtr William G, Jenkn, XecaJ .ftlier and Roekketvtr, BOARD OF DIRECTORS. C Wrrtuu TT. fni. M. tt- Itnwsicrr. " - - i . , A ill. J ,UVJ1A IT ,U AU9 1 VAlJlrill TlIOUAH A. Dav.b. nPI(V!P"'W' Zeilgir tuiUUng, Ae. U Halt ujfjfivjj-- TMrtl 6ttU ..... sasscszPTieya-iA' advaxce. One Year ............. ..83 x. , BU Menth 1 30 Tlire MaiiOi-..................................-.. e DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth .... ....................... 83 Cents Payable te carrier at end et month. it- TV AJJYJiJiXleiJiJiii. Advertising rates uniform and reason- m, able and made known en application at 9i ths ...

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 September 1893

iimw 11 7 v 't?t-' -mtwtr i v xisf' Tfrsrarf-wm" "u ". "- ' "jet-.1" ' ruir-T " :- " "is, j .,...- r , -jri- , ti , -r it Li - , " '""- ' f . -jip ,'.' m W ; - '.. i fr SW." r r.' s m-auglystery: flffi. ' P'' Tve Banks Furnish a Big . acanaai. Louisville, Ky., Again the &ene of the Sensation. One Hanking Institution Wrckel te Ben efit Anether U the Cheree The Gcr H man National Dank Koeolvoa Geed Collateral for Worthless Iaper. Leiubville, Ky., Bept 25. Louis ville Is te have another bank scandal, and if rumor speaks truly It will be the ugliest and most sensational one that has ever shocked this city, which ei late years has had mere than Its Bhare of such scandals. Twe Eulta, it is said, are in course ei preparation, which involve the Louis Leuis villo Deposit bonk, which lately as Khjncd, and the German National bank, en institution whieh has been in busi ness for mere than two decodes. The style of the first suit will be "The individual creditors of Mosef Schwartz, late pres...

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 September 1893

caiaaias H$ PW Vi HA ". i Vx. v AnW!'tiiii (VWZVBt 1 .rflflfcr-M ..- fj j J5fi tl :-$HV HV-lvlrl,(l & Eife FOUNDERED. f The KuMtaa Warhlp reuialba Tea OfflJ , cera aed Ou Uumlred and Fifty Seamen Drowned. ' St. Fbtersbube, Soptembor 23. Fragments of weed-work, coats and ether wreckage hare floated ashere In jtbe Gull of Finland, show Ing that the Russian warship Peusalka, with ten Officers and ISO seamen, has foundered and that all hands are lest. 1 The Peusalka sailed en Tuesday from Itcvel, In the Gulf of Finland, for Hot Het Hot ingspert, in the eame gulf, and has net been heard from since. The Peusalka had four and one-half inches of armor, carried four nine-inch guns, was of two thousand tens dis placement, had 7S0 indicated horse power, was classed as having a speed of eighteen knots and wus built in 16C7. The body of a sailor, supposed te have belonged te the crew, has been washed ashere in the Gulf of Finland, and it is known that scvere gales 6vept ever these waters see...

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 September 1893

I WW .IWWMM HmMMmJI I II - - . . .. .. Hill .I, n imitm'tiiUi n hi l HT l.iMaia ! 'M hMh Mi'i lll T I.BI U !! ! n il M hiitlMMJlir illilii llllT IH HP II 1 (III 2SrH BwPi,Tt)r;'iif .jm fc -ijh It i. ? ir "A. 35 w." ( I'SflK? ' J-I .!' M '' 4 c rJ MR. EVARTS 8 COSTLY FARMING, Bosten Herald. William M. Evarts's, 1he famous lawyer, who has Just cele brated his golden wedding en his farm, realized at ene time an inceme of evor 150,000 yearly for his practlce. Ills fancy farm at Windser, Va., absorbed most of it. It is related of tlie dis tinguished lawyer that while entertain ing a number of friends at his home ene evening he produced several bottles of champagne and a quantity of milk. Turning te his guests he said, without a semblance of humor, " Gentlemen, here is soine milk from my farm and here is some wine. Yeu can take your choice they both cost the bame." Japan's silver ciusis. Baltimore American. Japan is new passing through n silver crisis that is far beyend anything this coun...

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 September 1893

Btnw.i-'aiiJSiiRaRdra- .. " V . "!.',. A'.I'm-.J ..J ' . :-.-. - ,r,..v",'n.'!i v . ..V. ' ' ' ' ' " -T 1 'i fi & 1 ".'): , V-'AaAllVf ' ' lifHWHAtf ll" .. . .. --!'. . ' ' . '" ' ..T" 77T . DAILY, KXUOT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCORPORATED. William It. Cox, Themas A. Davis, Prttldent rtce-FrttliUnt, William H. Wadswebtu, Jr.. Stcntarv nnt Treaturtr. Themas A. Davis, ................. ttter ami Manager. William a. Jenks, Letal Editor ami Boekkttver. BOARD Or DIRECTORS. Williau H. Cox, M. C. Russell, A.M. J.Cechbam, W. H. Wadswebtu, Jr., Themas A, Davis. OFFICE 'btte -t,''er tvUding, Xe. te Ecut SUBSCRIPTIONS- ADVAXCE. VBO Jl WP ( 4Mv w Six Months 1 50 Three Menlh............................. 73 DELIVERED BT CARRIER. Per Menth ........................;. .... ...23 Cents Payable te carrier at end e( month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made knexcn en application at the office. THE 1ED6ER.. la the largest dally paper printed In Mays Title co...

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 September 1893

pffiff '"' i.9t T'gjfcy ,- fC-tfW aataSSwttaiiiiMtaii ip?!5mw-3atsanMMiMWBiHU w!?' ..v-u wwrmw MLHHIM-.V WJTt'WW'fif Tf! VBfT f'fSfc "VV'!fW.'T7 "-' ' ..' 4 , , -- 'V.-?, ,( ; '-'..."" . ;. '-;, ; M-W " 'l "' ' ! U il I I "' . ,, ML II, I iMlKf"S I'.. .',' & m U&. E' IW mii' &,' K-j '!-. Melles Bombards Rie de Janeiro Frem the Harber. Seyeral Women and Children Known te Have Been Killed. The Full Extent of theDamagp nnd Lew of lire Net Known The Leader of the . .Rebels Denounces President FoUeto a a Tyrant. Duknes Aykes, Sept SO. Tbe town of Rosnrie is in the hands of the rebels. The national troops have rotreatod te San Nicolas, fifty miles distant from Rosaria Montevideo, Uruguay, Sept. 20. The rebel floet which has been se long blockading tbe harbor of Rie Janeiro, again bombarded the city Monday. Un der Admiral Melles orders the firing was very severe, and the damage done exceeds that of the first bombardment. Several women and children were killed, but the extent of...

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 September 1893

s w. . F I I ' I I "A ROYAL WAY Te Meet the Sceundrelly Train Bandits. A Dummy Train Leaded With Police men Sent Out Frem St. Jee. Train Itebbcrs Attack It nnd Are Met With a Shower of Bullets Twe Killed, Thrce Cnituret anil Only One lcnpe Let the Geed Example lie Followed. St. Jeseph, Me., Sept 2a A bold at tempt at train robbery was cleverly frustrated here just after midnight Monday morning. As a result two would-be train robbers are dead and three are behind the bars In jalL Of six men who attempted the robbery only ene escaped. The robbers who were killed aru Fred Kehler and Huge Olclts. The thrce men captured are N. A. Hurst, Henry Garver and Charles Fredericks. Jehn Oleltz escaped. The train which the bandits had attempted te rob was passenger train Ne. 3 en the Kansas City, St. Jeseph and Council Bluffs railroad, which left Kansas City it 0:05 p. m. Sunday night, and which irrlved here at 12:30 Monday morning. The officials of the read had been uoti ueti 3ed that the robbery...

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. — 27 September 1893

iim i i nfi i itPrTWuii i n -- . .. . . .. - . . . . . . 9P, T &' " T-T'SJ&wiS-HM--rcrcsraf- w pgft'y'lfl'l',y''1'1' "I'IPjy-! TffiEJ - yjjfcasftJu!ili.ii,i..iA jifeff :,""tt!:i"?:.:'ii"'r"-.'i!i'"JTj.'t'''L..' f'r.r" r '""."iL1 -i riir r".ir n hii.wipiiwwii i in ! m gMywuw giigwiftjc!ww.w,i'M.i .. n'ujiajijamjMjskagi. 35 i - - -v.vv .. "-.j 7vt&zfmrwm' xvi-rn1 mhhwmh iiwip! m jet, i1-w9!f.."wf t.. k f wwiau'-.i--' nvm-- si -j ,,"-.,,-"-- :- , - - --- ..-7 -, x't i-jtr v ': - -"r; r "' - - -,--jy-- - j - r? - - r - r wssssssss V. I.W J .Vii IV V w ,t; 4V r teSFW1! AS TEXAS SEES IT. Dallas JWtM. Toe many American voters draw their stock of patriotism out of the bottle. THE 8ENATL NOT GUILTY. Chicago Recerd. The Senate has net yet been caught red-handed in the act of earning Its salary. DIED TOO SOON. Kansas City Star. Veor old Dem Pedre of Brazil didn't live leug enough te say; "I told you se." IF THE WORST COPIES. Indianapolis News. Senater Vorhees may have te send home ...

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. — 27 September 1893

"v-" ' ? v.yifsrf? Y 7F f , l i it 'if f.I bW Mfc & ff , fc &' a H WJ- i ' EJ.ji ' J4 "J ,.'. i pimipet DAILY. EXOEIT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INOOIirO HATED. William II. Cox, Themas a. Davis, rrtitilent VicfftetMtnt. William n. Wadswerti, Jr., 6'ecrriary ami Treaturtr. Themas A. Davis Editor ami Manager. WlLLIAU G. Je.NM, Leral EtlUer ami Boekketner. BO AUI OF DIRECTORS. WlLLUM II. COX, M.C. ItCSSKLL, A. M.J. COCHllAM, W. II, Wadswehtii, Jr., Themas A. Davis. OFFICE &? iflyr "'. ve. 10 mm TMnl Strtti SVBSCRIPTIOXit-IX AD VAXCS. Onn Ypnr S3 OO Biz MenUi...... 1 50 TUree Menth 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Jleutli 3 tVnU Favftble te carrier At end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made kneicn en application at the office, THE LEDGER . . It tbe largest dally paper rrlnted In llajs Title count the col umns an J measure tbelr length. It gUes yen mere reading natter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price as any ether Msys vll...

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. — 27 September 1893

sv , . ' - x - . . ' ' ' ' ,' 1 , 'V ' ' ' . ' ' , ' 1 ' ' 3' t 0 MERCY Te Be Shown the Bloody Anar chists in Spain. They Are te Be Stamped Out Like Se Many Snakes. The PpnnUh Newspaper Arc Practically Unnnlmens In Snylng That Anarchist Are the Unemlcs of Humanity Vig orous MciuiurcfiJWm lte. Taken. Madrid, Sept 37. The police ere searching the houses of anarchists here for two anarchists who are suspected of having been connected with Uh at tempt made by Pallas, en Sunday last, -en the life of Ocn. Martinez Campes. The two men, tlw police ere looking for, fled from Barcelena te this city shortly after the explosion of the bombs en the review ground. The newspaper press throughout Spain is demanding that the strongest measures possible be token immediate ly te suppress anarchism. Owing te the desire of the government te be as liberal as possible in the treatment of the people, and owing te the wish net te interfere mere than is absolutely necessary with personal liberty, things whic...

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. — 27 September 1893

viwyiy' WV ' '?rrr'''V 4 ,wT,(,rr",'w? vwV Vfi&rBrMtff&Ti-' 1 "T2W,y 1 N Br- BLOOD - THIRSTY rThe St. Jeseph Train Rebber! Savagely Killed. The Evidence Shows That the Pelict Riddled Their Bodies With Bullets. On or the Rebber riercctl With Thirty two Hulls-Sheriff Cnrnen Fired Scriil Bullets Iiite Kehler After He ll.ul Fallen Outside the Express Cur. St. JesEPir, Me., Sept. 27. The cere ner's jury which has been holding ar inquest uieu the bodies of Frederick Kehler and Huge Gleitz, the two train robbers who were killed in their at tempt te rob a llurllngten train Sun day night, has returned a verdict that the robbers came te thejr death at the hands of officers, while attempting te rob a train. The uvidence showed that Fredericks, Garver and Hearst, as seen as they were made members of the train-robbing gang, ench Informed the authori ties of the contemplated raid, and kept them advised as te the progress of the robbers' plans. The evidence alhe showed that the robbers wer...

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 September 1893

mrbzc ''w'lgfj mm TT IW MP?SIiNSPiSi9Wiff ywWtflwr3 . It ;. SW Mi K. ?i W-r .3?-' I 1 , ' r f:: f - ' 'r " fc- Mr l& ,' K," Juw, H-.. L r I". .'- K m J, iff SVj. , THIS MAY EXl'LAtN IT. Chicago Tribune. My son, whcupceplu say sllcnce is golden they mean that the geld reserve Is net yet broken. TOO MUCH CIIAniTY. Tepeku Slate Journal. Free speech Isn't whut's troubling reformers en Chicago's lak'e front se much ns free lunch. SENATOn- DANIEIj'8 MISFOUTUNE. Augusta Chronicle. li is said that the Populists have indorsed Daniel's speech. This is an unfeitunntc blew te the young orator. CAUSn AND EFFECT. Philadelphia Tivw.U the depraved and criminal were te give themselves less rope in the Seuth the lynchers wouldn't want te furnish any. THE DIFFERENCE. Chicago Inter Ocean. Speaker Crisp simply uses the old method of Southern slave diivcrs and election bulldezeis with which he Is se familiar. SCATTEItlNfl A NUISANCE Portland Oregonian.One geed result may be expected from the rush int...

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 September 1893

swBS -..TiT WMB' , ?;Jv r:.. , tit! , , -. riwipsm -i -1 7 i. '.' ". - -.. , ' . " ),i . ' ''-. i j . i " . si-, 1 (A k" ? tv W Mr , tiinirM DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOlirOIlATED. William II. Cox, Themas a. Davis, Prttliknt Vice-1'rrtUltnt. William H. Wadswebth, Jr., Sesrrtary ami Treasurer, TneMAS A. Davis, Ktllter and Manager. William (1. Jenhs, Iwal Mllter ami HoeKkeever, 0AD Of DIRECTORS. Willi II. Cox, M. C. Kcssf.ll, A. M. J. Ceciihan, W. II. Wachweiith, Jr., Thevas A. Davis. OFFICE- JMie Ledger J'ulMOiy, A'e. 10 Xatt TAInl Strut SOSSCRIPTIOXSjy ADVANCE. One Year ...... 83 00 Mix Months 1 80 Threw 3Ientli..................... 73 DELIVERED JJJ CARRIER. rer Henth . ..; Cent Parable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVEHTISEJiS. Advertising rates uniform ami reason' able and made kneicn en application at the office. THE LEDKKR . . Is the largest dally paper printed In Jlays rllle count the rob mans anil measure their length. It gives yen mere reading matter ...

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 September 1893

TyfWiMMtfMRiMiiiMii in iw mwufwiwiPi w ' i p ij PWlfPWM ly'MyjjWwyp yyM -- . . - . : , ' A m. fl'W. I if-'.' f V4 WW E.1 ' i " ,.. .1 I ... , H M.-. . INDIANA DAY. The Hoosiers Throng te the Co lumbian Exposition. Benj. Harrison, Lew Wallace, James i W. Riley the Entertainers. I Senater Dan XV. Voerheci Enable te Attend The Indiana DaUdlng Tastily Doeo. rntad A Ilrceptlen IVai Tendered Gov. Matthew and 11 U Btnft. World's Fair Grounds, Sept. 28. Silver-tongucderators, a glorious dnj and a moderata railroad rate was Uk secret of the Indiana day exercises People poured in from all points fren the Hoestcr state; they came from his , terical Posey county, from the cities, and from every nook and cernei of the Btate, Which Wednesday presented te the great crowd thai surged around the little home of Indi ana the most interesting pregramme, ; perhaps, that has been arranged since the opening of the fair. Executive commissioner Havens planned Indiana day cxcrclses a month age, but he found ...

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 September 1893

.. m a , kV- & w w. hi-' V. ff'fc. f F " r r. r I Ml r. . . SWINDLERS. Frauds Against the Columbus Union Depot Ce. The Guilty Parties Are an Empleye I And a Weman. UagffaBc-Mnstcr Arinnift Aiiutuc the Un- tire Illume, While the Weman, Miss I. Itena HurleM, Dectarvn She Aleim lit Guilty Uetk Are Under Arrest. Celumdus, 0,, Sept. 28. A system ntlc fraud, for eome time perpetrated by railway trainmen against the Uulen Depot Ce., was followed Wednesday afternoon by the arrest of two of the parties concerned In the affair. The persons tnlten Inte custody are C N. Adams, a baffpagemaster en the Norfolk and Western railroad, aud Miss Kena Hurless, the 3-eung lady cashier at the Crystal restuurant, Ne. 220 North High street. Twe weeks nge a woman, supposed te be Miss Hurless, called at the baggage de partment of the Uulen depot, and presented a check for a trunk that she suld had ceme In en the Norfolk and Western railroad. The trunk could net be found lu the bag-gage-rooms and tracers ...

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 September 1893

fw K K !r,f" j b k 'J I - J Vj XK Iv.I , i-.t r 7 -: SfelSEsk1. " , ,',..,, , ,. , '"'"' ' ' - ' mmmm BIIAKtKll JtlO. Chicago Tribune. In the ntimc of the cedec drinking millions will the Bra zilian insurgents please let Hie alone? "THIHTV" IN DEMAND. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Stewart's tin out te make a thirty-day speech will cause every newspaper in the country te call "thirty!" A COHKINQ TARIFF "REFORMER." Hartferd Courant. GovernerMcCorklo of West Virginia is the frankest Demo cratic Tariff reformer we hnvc yet come across. Ills notion of genuine icferm, as expounded te Professer Wilsen and his associates, is te cut and slash the duties that benefit Yankee industries and let all the duties that benefit West Virginia in dustries oleno. McCerklc is a mac mac ceiker. TUP. FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLAR AMHASSA DOIt. Murat ITalstead.llorace White, editor of The A'eic Yerk Keening Pest, being interviewed, admits the truth of the story that he nnd RIclMrd Watsen Gilder, editor of The Century, he...

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