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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 28 May 1892

V, y ?s ? -Ji ft t : ? ' K lr V y a s.. )' i" ' kl. I I ffi ft m s ft D- tV 1. B ' .. v TVK wttfilic f i PUtST YEAR. $ -. - MAYSVILLE, KY., SAtUltDAYj AAY3 i l0nr Tramp Around the City! a50A CERTIFICATE fKSi M f 3 I KENTUCKY WEATHER REPORT. What We Jlny Expect Between This Time and Te-morrow Evening. THE LEDGER'S WEATHER SIGNALS. Wilte etreamer fair; Blue rain or sxew; With Vlack ABOVE-'twIU warmer grew. If Blacli't beneath colder 'twill be; 1 UultssBlatfc't shown no oliange we'll sec. tSTIhe nboe forecasts nre tnnde for a period of thlrty-Mx hours, ending nt 8 o'clock tc-tnorrew evening. UNQUALIFIED. He puffed a puff from his cigarette, The thing loved most In life. And said te the beautiful Annctte " Ivant you te be my wlfe." ' I'm net a ohewer of gum," slie snld ; " I tell you the Btmple truth ; And, thoreforo, I'm net the kind te wed With aolguretto-eraoklngyouth." personal joints ty If you havefrietuls visiting you, or if you are going avcay en a visit, please drop us a note te...

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 May 1892

--'MliliMiJJMMIIiaaalla i mum i .... n m k. HRE5b1 "9? m: if -., .i i i-i i i ! ., .-. i & w- " ht: IX Lw - t i 1 j3L i f 4' r c J I" K- K-. SS . v wv M 3M'MM g39tf DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WILLIAM H. COX, JTeiiitetU Themas A. Davir, Vlcc-Picttdtni. William II. Waimwebth, Jr., Secrttars ami Trraturer, Themas A. Davis Editor and Xanngtr. , BAHVKt.T.'IllCKMXX, Ats't Editor and lloekkrvptr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. William II. Cox, SI. C. IU'sifla, A. M. J. Cochran, W, II. Wadhwerth, Jr., Themah A. Davis. nVVTCV Pi'MIc Lrdgtr Building, Xe. 10 JScut IAT.tau.Ci Third Slrrrt SUJ3SCBIFT10XS-IX ADVAXCE. One Trar ........ .. .. 83 00 Mix Menth...... 1 50 Three JIeuUu 73 DELIVERED RY CARRIER. IVr Menth . S3 Onta ratable te canter ftt end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. AiivtrtUing rates unlOYm and reason able ami made knexen en application at NTS v Aj,t r.-IK-n Vw ...v .v. Ik & IN HOC SIGNO VINCES. This is a notably Republican week in a notably Republican year. The enemy 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. — 28 May 1892

539f"gvinaitfMaiKaMM?2?,inrKMaflHSMHK fflK2 ,V'K ?' 0 I -The i : I i , '""i !3S V A THMA-nn A temperance plank W Xi. I UlllrnlU K' Leaves Death and Destruction in , , Its Wake in Kansas. Principal Business Street Wellington, Kan., In Ruins. Fife Adds, te tlic Horrer of the Mtuntlen Hundred of Dwellings Totally De stroyed or Damaged A Large Nnm. ber of People KlUed and Injured. Welmkoten, May 28. The city had a visitation Friday night, from the fun-'ncl-shnpcd cloud, which plowed its de vastating track through the business nart of the town, with immense de structien of property and some less of life, just hew many it is impossible te tell at tills writing. A heavy storm of wind preceded the tornado about half an hour. A few minutes after U o'clock the tornado struck the city, coming from the southwest. There were no premonitory signs. Everybody was in doers, and the cloud passed with Its destructive rush and awful rear un seen. Washington r avenue, the principal business street, is l...

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 May 1892

' v'i I itmm i-bww mBmmitm9vmwviwm'mww H & &' ft Ljf ,v L' F ft" JhV Li rTwRrJSil (The Editor of Tiik Lkdeku 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 tliese columns,! eun AGENTS. The following tire authorized Agents for Tits Puulic Ledqkii in their respective local ltics: .Meranburu Mattbew Heffman. Helena Itobert It. Cord. Minerva Frank V. Haw es. Sanite B. G. Grigsby. Orangeburg C. R. Itess. Sprineilale C. C. Deirman. -vayslfefr-Charles WJieeler, Vanteiiurg Mrs. Jennle Stewart. UU Carmtl Reily . Foxworthy. Augusta Leander Tully. reed Jeseph vr. Williams. Subscribers will save the treuble of letter writing by paying- their subscriptions te the Agent ut their place. wrCen epetidnbi trill please tend Letter te at te reach us net later Uian 9 o'clock a. m. Give fact in an few words a ptUil. We uwii news in Oil department, and net advertising notices or political ar...

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 May 1892

I.ir a &Kjk !v . if! , dfi. . ' '" i. j ,- jfeJwaraSEML- pUHtC FIRST YEAR. Our Tramp Around -50AP CERTIFICATE tAlLAZvdL SvJ. 1 KENTUCKY WEATHER REPORT. 7- '.SSSifi JMMtzzz? '' What We May Expect Between This Time ! and Te-morrow Evening. tf'3P- J TUB LEDGER'S WEATHER- SIGNALS. .. y .n...... ..r y g , i fine eircnnicr i-aih; unit iiAirt ur bsuhj v ' " With ItlacH ABOVE 'twill WAIIMER grew. I, ' . If BlflCft'H BENEATH COMJEll'tWlll be; i,t. Unless Btrtefc's shown noclmngewo'll see. pyThe above- forecasts nre inade for a period of thirty-six hours, ending nt 8 o'clock te-morrow c culug. A FEMININE PARADOX. The wnlst of Erellnn's genn Is sotnew hat paradoxical; It cost a hundred dellnrs down, And yet It Is Illogical. . Although It 1ms a perfect fit Upen her form othercnl. Olie's Justified In calling it A waist of geed material. sptersetml points f3flf yeuhavtfriemU rbfHnvveu, or if you art oeinu away en a vtttt, pUatc drop tu a note (e that tffctt. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wheeler are vi...

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 May 1892

" $ A K Ms. f ; :.. l" nbliEJliii-xf-!) DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William II. Cox, Thoua A Davis JrtlldaU Vtct-Priihltnt. William II. Waiwuerth, Jr., Stcrttar; aiul Trrmurtr. Themas A. Davis Editor ami Manager. SamuklT. Hickman ,Ju1 Eillter nml BoekKrrfter. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. William II. Cox, M. C. Hi'shfll, A. Jf, J. Ceciiban, W. II. Waimwertii, Jr., Themas A. Davis. OFFICE -PMk Ltilfftr Eutltltng, .Ve. 10 East SVB9CRIPTI0XS-IX ADVANCE. One Yfar $3 00 SU Months.. 1 5 Three 3Ienlli 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Pr Menth it3 tVnl ' Payable te currier nt end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. . Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en ai)plicatien at the office. ' IN HOC SIOXO YIXCES. Tue question raided by the Demo cratic Heuse is net whether men who served in the Indian wars anil after wards in the Confederate army shall be barred by the latter service for any pen sion for the former. The Democratic Heuse insisted en pensioning the sur vivors of the Southe...

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 May 1892

JFP59"?? Vf ' ' j. H : 4 SkV; '; .l -, t. 4- ft. j j l. u -A PEASANT. If He Had Kept His Tongue te . ' Himself Russia and Austria Would at This Very Moment Be at War. Austrian Soldiery Cress the Ileutitlnry Line . and the Cossack 1'rcpnre for lluttle An Austrian Coitunaniler Discovers t Where He Is anil Makes n Retreat. mm Vikkna, May 31. The spectacle of -Russian troops marching in hostile ar my iiffiiinst the Austrian forces was 'witnessed Sunday at the Oalician fronts ier, near Radzlvileu. The Austrian garrison of Uredy, an important town of Qallcta, about 58 miles from the Aus trian military headquarters at Lent "berg, for Eastern Qalieia, was out ma neuvering. Uredy is only a few miles from the Russian Polish frontier and in the jceurse of tramping about the Austrian troops unwittingly erwed the frontier into Russian territory a short distance from Radzivileu. The whole frontier is patrolled by Cossack vldettcs, nnd it did net take long for the Russian senti nels te spy the Aus...

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 May 1892

I JMllCllia!8ttaMa - 1 Mw' '" ' '"""." i . "la HP.' rs e rrs"::" '- ' ?-'''.- ..:-:-.:Ty;.t?g.S!S.?--- an ordinance ---.-.,. p?tt -p.??-.. &:3 ISr fl I 1 B ,Jftw VjQLT mlffyZ ' A7 nhnl AdvertUemenUunder Te License reddling Spectacles ami E,c Maver clTr ?r"0""9 'E. E. Poarce. Jr " W. . & tfr. k.iS, &s- tr .. MH5K U Wf P m. - i '. , MM&ZrfS. i -ATI KJIIUI uei the heading of " llelp (llnssesln theCityef Mnjsvllle. CltyClerk Martin A. O'Hare , "H- Mf F Mil X fKg2S-sV.. ' ii-.,i-,i i.en.. ........ . . . Collector and Treasurer.. . It. A. Cecnrn.H, Jr V T ihk! - - r t I i . m" ....., v.... . f- ,, niviniiini twiinr. imnin tir f ,iifnrifiirii iir -' - i!JJM I J mK I L I . L7 I iriiiff(l,""L.!V"nii(,".tc.,i)nnri)frt. WiccHie .Vninulfe. That it shall be unlawful ITI10 Editor of The Ledeeu Is net respond bio for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon the clinrao clinrae clinrao 'ter or habits of any person will be admitted te these column.! OUIl...

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 June 1892

S5SE1E3 rfci A t r - 'A -ttm-mS ' i 'rtfTfjT HI t i ., v w v J t u- . 'C ..; J2 ' 1. m !; r, r. 'ffjTlfl ftebhc FIRST YEAR. Our Tramp Around -SOAP CERTIFICATE j 'SVii?u4i((l as Uam.Ama.j. KENTUCKY WEATHER REPORT. What We May Expect Between This Time and Te-morrow Evening. THE LEDGER'S WEATHER SIGNALS. White streamer fair; Blue rain orHxew; Wltb Black above 'twill warmer grew. If Dlack't BENEATH COLDER 'twill be; Onle88Blrtc( shown no change we'll sec. fyThe nbove forecasts nre made for a period of thirty-six hours, ending at 8 o'clock te-morrow evening. MATHEMATICAL. In Vnssar's halls a tutor young', Tls snld, ence met bis fute; He taught ber In tbe Calculus Te UliTc rent lata. They're married new at mealtline oft Discord Invades thelr state: Fer be bus found that she with him Would differ when she nte. retsenal joints f3flf yexi have friends visiting you, or if you art going away ett a tbft, )Uac drop us a tiefe te thai effect, David Andersen und vrlfe of Cincinnati will spend the ...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 1 June 1892

fcfc ". r:s- p ffl ' m V .,T k . & M - - - - rwv Li - ftflj&fti-i SpUU.IC nn DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WILLIAM II. COX, J'rttUUiU TitoMAe A. Davih. Ylet'PnMtnt. William II. Waiwwurth, Jr., Seerttary ami Treaiurt r. Themas A. Davis, .......Editor ami Maitnptr, &AStVKl.T.lllCKVtAS, AnU l.'tliler an,l loeUricr, HOARD OF DIRECTORS. William II. Cox, 31. C. IU'mfll, A. M.J. Ceciiban, W. II. Wahhwertii, Jr., Themas A. Davis. m?FTf!V Pfibllc IaiXskt Building, Xe. 10 Hut wrJlii Third Street SURSCRIDTJOyX-IX AD VAXCE. Oue "r . ... . ... .J3 00 Mi Menth.... 1 SO Thre Olenitis.... . 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER, lr Meuth ...... .. 3 Onte Payable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made kneicn en ap2)licatien at the office. IN HOC SIGNO VINCES. Caitain Jehn Geed, an old steam boatman, in the early days of river navigation, died recently in California, aged 83 years. The Governer has, vetoed the bill authorizing the...

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 June 1892

TiTI " ,'- r-,,-i - &? TV ,. .. : i , 'i riTii: it, ' V .V B ;v ,v tf' '. y 1TITHDUT ERROR . SI -! BS .Is the Bible, Says the Presby- ,$'V terian Assembly, r 'J ; And They Recommend That These "1 ,, .. oil. t vne iniuK uuicrwisa . Eetk Church Afllllatlen EUewliere Itesn lutlnns AEiilnatthe (Jic of Totmcre nuj the Opening or the World' Fair V en Sunday Adjournment. POHTT.AND, Ore., June 1. Tuesday found the p;reat issues In the Presby terian church settled, find only echoes were heard the pretest of Dr. Atfnew, of Philadelphia, and ethers that the action taken in the BrigRS case wns un constitutional; the pretest of Dr. pragua and numerous ether commis sioners, who consider that an evil pre cedent had been established in giving such wide powers te the committce of prosecution, and in the Union seminary case the directors of that institution are te be heard from in regard te the proposed arbitration about transfers. The first topic of interest Tuesday concerned the World's fair, i...

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 June 1892

p.V PT iJJ t , 'i- iU ,. IT m OUR DAILY Btw5c Car tThe Editor of The Ledgek Is net responsi ble for ttae opinions expressed by Correspond eats; but nothing reflecting upon the charno charne charno ter or habits of any porseu Milt be admitted te these columns.! ' OUII AGENTS. The following are authorized Agents for The Public Ledeeu Iu their respecth e local lecal ities: Meranlmra Matthew Hetlranu. Helena Hebert n. Cord. Jflncrra Frank W. Hawes. Sardls D. G. Grlgsby. Orangeburg C. It. Kess. SprinqdaU C. C. Dstrmnn. Aiaisllcfc Charles Wheoler. Vanceburg Mrs. Jennie Stewart. Mt.Carmel Kelly & Foxworthy. Aug utta Leander Tully. Pttd Jeseph W. Williams. Subscribers will snve the treuble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent nt their place. tVCemnpiimlenta will please send Letters se (is tereaeh us net later than 9o'cleck a. m. Give facts in a few wenls an possible. We want news in this dejtartment, and nut advcrtMnu notices or httcal argument. WHDOSIA. C. C. De...

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 June 1892

&i?.iah. -.. yi"1 f tf rJ v r-1 .. "' situ The' movement towards Minneapolis has' begun. Miss Ricuesen will serve ice cream nnd cake (n the Sixth Ward te-morrow evening. . m . O. C. Moere, it is said, will rcase the publication of The Blade, but will write his book entitled "Behind the Bars." IJttMk e&0r li?kV-lliuKP-vHp Kl T J E t ' ; - u W '! ft n .'. i. I. ' K I , lm tmb UKfe 'lUl 'M w K' FIRST YEAR. Our Tramp Around ,50AP CERTIFICATE w,;r; dta'A lVnj. REPORT. What We May Expect Between This Time aud To-inerrow Evening. THE LEDOEIl'S WEATHER SIGNALS. IHitte streamer fair; Blue haiSt or snow; With Black above 'twill warmer grew. If Black'i beneath colder 'twill be; tin I ess Black's shown no change we'll soe. EThe atoe forecasts are tnade for a period of thirty-six hours, ending at 8 o'cleok le-morrow ovediiw. TO, THE STENOOIIAPIIEU. uu. far gteneir; , fair gtenoirrapher. he saltu. Te you I ve lest m; lest my heart. heart. Without you tlfe Is living death. With you I canno...

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 June 1892

Hk m -t. MHHHMHHHBHMiHiHHaHHiHWHIHHMHHHIWIHaHHHHMWHIIMHHHMHSiHnMBHMIMHMHH ws-! i iimihiii "mm' itti i -afcCTwaaai i rfiMsaggwfBaaw EC' 'i ' It. ' y r Mi & m P' IjK yS i5Kf wuEimIkEPT -. eM Si "C -; DAILY. fiXUBFT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. Themas a. Dami, Vlet-Prtildenl, JTtlllUtU William II. Waiwwerth, Jr , iferttary and Trtaturtr. Themas A.Javi. .... Editor and Manager. Sitvm.T.llCKyi ah, An't Editor and Hoekkcrjitr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. William II. Cox, M. C. IU-rm ll, A. M. J. Ceciiban, W. it. Wabhw ehth, Jr., Tjiema A. Davis. nWTfTP PuMlc Zfdetr Building, Xe. 10 Eatt SVBSCRIPTIOXS-IX ADVAXCE. One Trar .. .. . . . ... . .. $3 00 Nix Menth. .. 1 30 Three Menth............. ..... .... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER, Per Mehlh 33 Onl Tavable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made kneicn en application at the office. IN HOC SIGNO VINCES. The experts of mercJiatulise from the United States for year ending May 1st, . .$1,011,50...

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 June 1892

Tna v&Msam 'H7: W: P . r -7 , '"1 iy"iiA '' '-ttt. s. "wmn pfpMjuph Destruction Wrought By Wind and Rain. Twe Train Leads of Peeple Saved as If By Magic In Kentucky. 8eveti In jliie Rurally Killed In n Texas Town A Tcrrllle, Cyqlune Lift Twe Hallway, Cnr Hecflly Ytym the i Trnrh Near VJenua1, Austrlu. Bevu. Ky., June 2. The mosttcrrlfle wind 'aterm this suction has ever ex perienced passed ever here, uprooting trees, tmrueQng houses and laying , fences flat before It. 4Thc tremendous force' of Hid rearing borens Is plainly vlslbje, as no spot in this, immediate locality, is left without some mark of destruction. The afternoon north and south bound trains pass here, and they were due about the time that the ste'rra opproach epproach oppreach cd. The train from the north arrived first and tdek siding east of the .main track, Thlp is contrary te the regular custom, ns this train usunlly keeps the - main track, btit. this change doubtless saved much damage te the train, and probably...

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 June 1892

WflSSma --1 BTJraEW WM v r W" -v?f LEESiJBEJTV i- ;.&, !'- !$" it r. -N .li 0hJfcLTN uk '.:y i-mia&zrzz wi mi rsCTKy-T -v Tfiwfr ie vc? ifeinr 3 I Hi I IiiIiTbsbIbbbbbT 8Jvl The Editor of Tub Ledqeu Is net rosponsl responsl rospensl bio for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon the charac ter or habits of any person will be admitted te theee columns.! OUn AGENTS. . The following nre authorized Agents for The Public Lkdeeu in thelr respective local lecal ities: Meranhura Matthew Heffman. Helena Hebert II. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hawes. Sardis It. O. Grlgsby. Oranacliurg C. U. Hess. SvrinqdaU C. C. Degraan. Mayslick Charles Wheeler. Vancebure Mrs. Jennie Stewart. JUL Carmel Kelly Foxworthy. Augustn Leander Tully. Peed Jeseph W. Williams. Subscribers will save the trouble Of letter- writing by paying thelr subscriptions te the Agent at their place. tot" Correspondents will please send Letter se as tereach us net later thanOe'elnek a. m. Give fact...

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. — 3 June 1892

r, f" . jy -v '.; t.pNM ' 'y !A .GAY LORD. - ' He 'Marries Miss Lilienthal, a Rich New Yerk Girl, i'i 1 P 1 prJfi c.. M- v $ & si ? .. msf Is (T' it FJttT YEAR. Our Tramp Around .SOAP CERTIFICATE, tea53- ffi&-Ue, KENTUCKY WEATHER REPORT. ; What We May Expect Hetwcen This Time and Te-morrow Evening. THE LEDGER'S WEATHER SIGNALS, fmtc streamer t'Aiu; Iilut hain or snow; With falflCfc ADOVK 'twill WAKMER jjrew. If BacH'S DKNGATH COLDER 'twill be; Uutesa Blach'8 shown no change we'll see. r tSTVThe nbove forecasts nre mmle for n pwia 'i porled of thirty-six hours, ending nt 8 o'clock k$VV ,0"morrow ovenln. the reuit DEUCK3. The deuce of Spades Is that 'they dig our I graves, And build of clinging clay death's narrow palace. The deuce of Clubs Is that they make us ', slaves Te midnight revels, orgies and slakewallahs. The deuce of Diamonds Is that when we wee, Their purchue stands us In for sums tre mendous. The deuce of Hearts Is that they preve untrue, And for a nower spark te ...

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. — 3 June 1892

13 54 ? k SALE! When you hear n spontaneous howl for Cleveland from any particular section of the ceuptry, If you scratch around In the underbrush awhlle you will And n man wlie held seme high oiliee under him Inciting Cleveland enthusiasm. yr WE24 ' IBr HP DLr r hs- fr" 8 nt. DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, DY K 'THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. fBR; - ' . r?' .". William It. Cox. T ' , , Prxtldtnt Themah A. Davis Vtccl'riitdent. Themas A. Davis. .. Editor and Xanagtr. SamcelT. Hickman. An't Editor and Roekkeeptr. William n. Cox. St. C. lli'sirix, A. M. J. Cochran, "W. II. Wadiiwerth, Jr. Themas A, Davis. lubllc lAdatr Dulldlng, A'e. 10 Edit j.nra sirrri 8UBSCRIPTI0XS-IX A D VA XCE. One Tenr.. ............ 83 00 Klx Menth..-.. . 1 30 Three Menth. - 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. a cenu payable te carrier at end of month TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform anil reason able anil made known en application at the office. Appropriating the stupendous sum of $50,000,000 in the river and harbor grab bill, the...

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. — 3 June 1892

. - ii.riKiaCTM SaisVlWWflfeS: fir -.jfir-i " tr-tff1 1 H31 I ' .. I' "31 " ' t B iff, A m W ' , f . ?: 4 : ; V. 1 mk j7Tj7Tri jVjXijTiKM4aajisaMPJgigrjMMI,,r"T!' ;!; mm If RAIN 10BBED. AjTen Desperadoes Participated In the' Robbery. "Dynamite -lew Open the Safe v Thousands Carried Off. and ! The Engineer Waa ried Under 0erl, ' nnd the Fireman Compelled te Aanhtt tlie Ilebbcxa A J'emc Arc In ror rer ' suit of the Daring Uumlltft. ', OerniifE, 0. T., , June 3. Messenger xWbittlesy, pf ' Iho trnin which was rob- .bed Wednesday hlffht, states that the amount of theney1 taken la less than $5,000. Vhlttleiy seys that about ten men pjirtlclpated In the robbery. The train wna flagged near Bed Reck, and when It catne te a titand-stlll some of the bandits jumped upon the engine and guarded the enginoer and fireman, while ethers paid their attention te the rest of the train crew. The robbers broke open the deer of the express car vith axes, and at the point of Win chesters prevented Whittlesy...

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. — 3 June 1892

kft &- &' i nfbyQj OUR 1 DAILY WMMtBL jBk HIS IIIBty?jl IThe Editor of The Ledqeii Is net responsi ble for the opinions oxpressed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon thocharao thecharao thocharae tor or habits of any person will be admitted te these column.! OUIt AOENTS. The following are authorized Agents for The Public Ledeek In their respective local lecal ities: Jomrifmre Mattbew Hetlman. Helena Hebert It. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hnwes. Sard's 11. G. Grlgsby. Orangeburg C. H. Kess. Svrtnadale C. C. Desman. Mayslick Charles Wheeler. Vfmccburg Mrs. Jennle Stewart. Aft. Carmel Kelly & Foxworthy. Augusta Leander Tully. I'tcd-Jescph W. Williams. Subscribers will save the treuble of letter writing by paying thelr subscriptions te the Agent at their place. Correspondents trill please send Letters te as tereaeh us net later thanOo'cleck a. m. Give tacts in tw few words as possible. H'e trant neics J;i this department, and net advertising notices or jwlUical argume...

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