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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 6 October 1893

-n 9McMH&i DAILY. KJUEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOnrOHATED. WlLMAX H. CCX, THOMAS A. DAVIS, rrttUUnt Ylce-Pruldtni, Wilmam II.Wadswertu, Jr., iterttary arut Treaiurer. : Tuetxa A. Davis? .................. Editor anil Manager. WlLLTAV 0. Jenfs, Lecal Editor and Jloekkttver. BOARD Of DIRECTORS. WII.LIaU ll.Ces, St. C. Bcsskll, A, M. J. Cechban, W. II. Wadhwehth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. nVKTC.V! PMlc Ledgtr ZulUUng, Ne. 10 Eatt UJ!J.lJZ TMra&trttt. . . . . . aVBSCRIfTIONS-IN AD VANCE. Sae Yenr .... ... . . ... S3 00 Hz Months................ 1 HO Three 9f OHtU...................,,.. .. ..... 73 DELIVERED Sr CARRIER. Per Menth ................. ........... 3 On U Parable 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 the largest dally paper printed In Hays rllle count the tol tel rail anil measure their length. It gives yen mere reading matter than any ether. It U sol...

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 October 1893

wm ." m r.vFr 7$ ' SHELLING RIO. Holles Renews the Bombardment of Brazil's Capital. Government Troops Commit Frightful Atrocities en Citizens. The Shere Ilntterlea, Manned by I'elxote! Force, lleturni the Fire of the Squad, t . Ten Families Fleelnir Frem the City, r Where Ilaptne and Murder Is lllfe. '. Montevideo, Uruguay, via Galves ton, Tex., Oct C The bembardment of the city by the rebel fleet under Ad miral Mellea, which was begun Wednes day, continued without cessation all day Thursday. Shet and shell from the ships arc being thrown into the city, while the shore batteries, manned by Peixoto's forces, nre returning the flre of the squadron. The greatest alarm prevails in the Brazilian capi tal, which is in an absolute state of panic. Business has Wen entirely suspended. Banks have closed, the bourse is utter ly deserted, workshops and railways hove Bhut down, proposals have been made te prolong all commercial trans actions, and every man, woman and l child who can de se is fle...

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 October 1893

IVj'n'M f . ' -,..m, Mi 'Lx-ai.-iu iJ.L t UMiJ . I-J III 4' 'BaM-M m. ;i'v - L3W p; - 'r .. if. fl x WmmWr' i nnMCicnv j t SKfcie lmm '' '-,f . IThe Editor of The Ledeek ia net rosponsi responsi rospensi bio for the opinions exprcssed by Correspond- l-v ems: dui netmng rcnecung upon me cnarae f?l ter or habit of any person will be admitted 1 te these columns.! iX"!' mv-....,.....i jj .-it.,i. . rjftin kf aa fi fru.)k 111 Mif Mfrfhnti )VIirV rt. te. fiin i fnt in tu f,n tiwvfjf iu TMUjlfFL IIV irvtni tKtrs In thU department, owl net adteHUine ttetkf or ixrfUteal aruutnrtits, F V i OUH AOENT8. The following are authorized Agents fei Tun Puiilic Lkoeeh In tlielf respective local lecal ities: ' Aferaubiirv Matthew Heffman. , " Helena Hebert n. Cord. t Afltwrva Frank, W. Hawcs. . Sanliv B.G.Grlgsby, Orani(6ure C. K. Bess. ' SprOietale CC. Dcgtuan. - rMayniteh Charles Whecler. vncemrv Mrs. Jennie Stewart. Ml. Carmcl Kelly & Foxworthy. AutflisUi Leandcr Tully. i-Jeseph W. Williams. ir ...

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 October 1893

3JH. ir Jrjp,tj., fiMimmHfi . "mmmmmmmmmjmmmm 45LtA, & w r4 3 , i. &' ij cs. IV RW Mv 5f. i' II I-. m sS CONSISTENCY OF TIIE 80UTHHATKK. Philadelphia Timet. Law and order must be maintained except Id a Ceney Island prize light. ASSIGNED 10 ITS 1'LACEj Philadelphia Psess. The United States Senate Is tbe .Midway Plalsance among the legislative bodies of the world. UOW ABOUT TIIE SENATE? ' Macen Teleeranh. America is ahead of .England, as Mr. Gladstenes says she ought te be. This Is a country without a peer. 4- KNOCKED OUT DT CUl'ID. Washington Neics.llr. Cook, the Ken lucky giant, who recently get married wasn't strong enough te cope with little Cupid. TnE rnePER way. Topeka State Journal. If an Anarchist wants te thoroughly enjoy an explosion, why doesn't he bite a dynamite bomb like Lingg? ItAUMLESS CRANKS. Topeka State Journal. A crank wave 1s geingjfcvcr the country. Thank ilcaven.Kansas cranks arc net the murderous kiud. PLAYING AT RECIPR0CI1Y. Philadelphia Times. About t...

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 October 1893

j&u-'.v . ; m Wiaget DAILY, KXUKPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOnrOHATED. WltUAM It. Cox, Themas A. Davis, 'J PrttUUnt VUe'Prtildtnt. William II, Wadswektu, Jr., jS! Secrttary arul Trtaiurtr. Themas A. Davis, .............KIUer ami Manager, William a. Jenks, Zeeat EdUer and Roekkrevtr. BOARD Or DIRECTORS. Willi a u II. Cox, M. C. Kdsskll, A. M. J. Cechban, W. II. Wadwebth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. l'CFFTnE 5"e Ztdatr fuMlng, He. It mt VA Aw,u TMrf Av SUR8CRIPTI01t&-IN ADVANCE. ? Tr .... ....M ... S3 00 'JHx. MeHlbs...........,............. . i BO Tbree Mentli.......................... 73 t DELIVERED RY CARRIER. Per Jlentu........,.....................,,.a3 iVuU Farable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason- fable and made known en application at (the office. THE LEDGER . . la the largest dally paper printed In Mays l lilt cenn t the rol rel uruns and mtasure tbelr length, It girts yen mere reading natter than any ether. It Is s...

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 October 1893

jsL;. -..,, - . . . - -, mMmmmau mihihimsm i m in mi i m MMiriBssMsWsiMsMsaisslifflrtiyii1ii siiiiiiiHMBnlBHsiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisisiiiiiiHiiiiiisiiiiiiiK)yifiii "w '--msimmmt ' -ii ii in i en .. in.. . . -mil- 1 i i ''., , i hi i i i ' H i i i i i i ii ii i i """"sSEi ft. if - R- g wi A COLLISION 'Between Colonists and Matabelej Imminent. &' English Troops Will Be Sent te Sub due Seuth Africans. j,. -. wnrf juaTv irxu upon tun rtuv IPt "" i eiaaiNn, ttvu Armra una Mounted, Are flecking Frem AU Parts of the Colony te the Forts. Cxtb Town, Oct 7. A dispatch frerx the front says that the Matabclcs have ' attacked a patrol of the Boehuanaland. V JVlUUf YTUJUU WU JUVKV1 WIW UU VO USUU1 round. The attack upon the pouce oo eo oe curred In the vicinity of Shaste. Tht affair derives importance from the fact that it was directed against the Imper ial force, which has been protecting Chief Kahaina, and it also indicatei - that King Lobengula intends te at ' tack Tati and the countr...

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 October 1893

s &M K.V ITee Editor of The Ledger la net responsi ble) for the opinions oxprCBSed by Correspond eats; but nothing- reflecting upon the charac ter or habit of any persen wilt be admitted te these columns.! WCorreixmtiU will ptease send Letter se a te reach us iet later than S o'clock a. m. Qivt tads in at few words at possible. We want newt (n this department, and net advertMna notices or veltttcal argument. OUIt AGENTS. Tbe following are authorized Agents fei Thk Publics Ledger In their ri-spectlve local ltlcs: Ateranbura Matthew Heffman Helena Hebert D. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hawes. SardltU. G, Grlgsby. Orangeburg C. It. Hess. Surinvdale--C. C. Depman. Maislick Charles Whoeler. Yancelwrg Mrs. Jennie Stewart. AM. Carmcl Kelly & Foxworthy. Augusta LeaUderTuIly. Peed Jeseph W. Williams. Blucltck Spring J. H. Hunter. ? IMrver Thad. r . Moero, Mt. Gtltad Jacob Thumas. Subscribers will save the trouble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te tne J Agent at their place...

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 October 1893

I k l jll I V m M te fi ! , f ti. ? ' i "C fwsm THE I'OOn MAN 8 PARTY. Chicago Inter Ocean. Ym, Democracy 1s he peer man's party In a literal sense; when it waxes in power the number of peer men Incrcase nt n fearful rate. A UUUKT cniLD. Washington Pest. Chairman Wilsen y Ultl wisely te close the Ways and Menus hearing. 'There wns danger of anether ' visit by West Virginia Democrats. HAS IJAIT HUN OUT? Chicago Inter Ocean. The President lind better return te his Ashing, lie hnndlcs a blucflKk or a black bass much mere skillfully than he does Congress men. cimeved. Kansas City Journal Hoke is grieved 1e find that tliere are these who suspect him of being unfriendly te the old sol sel rtllcr. After nil that he has done for the veterans, tool "THE THUTH AI10UT IIAWAII." Atlanta Journal. Rebert Leuis Steven son is at Honolulu. We have been told "The Truth About Hawaii" often. Perhaps Rebert will give" us some fiction concerning it. FltOM BEACON HILL. Bosten Journal. It does net make ver...

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 October 1893

ilvei' WW" P ii-i DAlLYjJtXi UKnVSUJfDAY, BX 0, X-ELEi XUJOJUJ.U JUJ2iiAJJX. jJ. XXCOHfOIlATED. William II. Cox, Themas A. Davis, JYetfitenl ti-iYci(dn(. William n. Wadswertb, Jr., Secretary and Treuturtr. Themas A. Davis, ....,.. KI (or ami Jfannprr, William G. Jemxs, Xecal Editor anj .BoeftJcrrccr. .BOX.B.D OT DISECTORS. Willi u II. cex, M. 0. Russell, A. M . J. Cecuban, W. II. Wadswekth, Jr., Themas A, Davis. U4JJ.ljJiTfttnltitret , ' SOXSCRtPTIOA'S-rX ADVANCE. One Tear .. ................. ............. 93 00 Mi Months............. 1 SO Tbree Menth....................... ., 73 DELIVERED HY CARRIER. Per Menth ....................a3 cuta I'avable te carrier at end et month. TY1 J TiVVPTTRVUfB Advertisina rates uniform and reason' V .. . r . ' aeie ana maae Known en application at $ the office. THE LEDGER . . la the largest dally paper printed In Mays Tllle rennt the col umns anil measure their length. It Rhea jeu mere resiling matter than any ether. It It sold at the fame price as...

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 October 1893

rtvr re'l ,! a 'I iAv IK' 1 1 Uv f !i i U F fr THE -.TROOPS - Start Fer 'the "Battle-Field In ju Morocco. The Moorish Tribes Continue te Fire en Fert San Miguel. i iii ..I The Ounbeat Cuervo Fired Upen The Deat Returns the Flre mmJ Many Tribesmen J Arc Killed and Weunded The Caby j lea Erecting earthworks. Madrid, Oct 0. A large body of troops left this city Sunday for the front, Mclilla, in Morocco, being their objective point The approach te the railroad Btatiens were densely packed with pcople, who frantically, choered the departing soldiers. Anether, . gun-beat has been ordered te Melllla, and almost at the same hour news reached here Sunday ovening that the gun-beat Cuervo, which has been shelling the piratical haunta en the Riff coast, near Mellilla, has reached Malaga, with dispatches from Gen. Margelle, requesting that no fur ther re-enforcements, be sent te Mclilla for the present The general reports that the Moor ish tribes continue te fire at inter vals upon FerUSan Migue...

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 October 1893

'- !1 K " ,. A CURE FOR INSOMNIA. The Qdil Wy In Which Man Get Kid eC lite 8lMplene. , "I ence was a sufferer from Insom nia," said a dentist from an Interior village te a New Yerk Tribune man, "out I get rid of the trouble." f "What did you take for it?" I "Bucking pony." I Tell us about that, please." "Well, you sce, thcre was nothing the matter with me, only I couldn't sleep. The doctor looked me ever and said I wasn't j suffering from, any dls- ease that he could detect, but 'all the same I could get only a few catnaps every night, and I felt that I would go r crazy if such a condition of affairs con tinned much longer. A wise friend of mlne advised me te try horseback ex ercise. Just at that time a man had brought te the village a string of po nies from the west As the ponies were wild they were offered for sale cheap. I bought one. He was such a sleepy looking animal that we called him Rip Van Winkle. After we knew him better we dropped part of the name and called him plain Ri...

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. — 10 October 1893

- tn i AT HOME. Washington Pest, Mr. Van Alcn will be much at hetnu whlle at courts lawn tennis court. TUB ONLY 1'IIINO NOT CHEAP. St. Jjuis Glebe-Democrat. The only price raised by the present Admlnlstrn- 'J'fi") tlen is that of foreign missions. KT j- TIHED WOMEN. Au tehisen Glebe. A trill who has been engnged e number of years always leeks like a woman who 1ms been married that long THE KKWAHD OP IIEHE8Y. Washington Pest. 1'iofcsser Driggs Is n drawing card, while the names of bis prosecutors have been forgotten by the . public. A KANSAS VIEW. Kansas City Journal As American Minister te Italy Mr. Van Alcn will no doubt rcpicscut the English nobility te the best of his limited capacity. AVEHSE TO WHEELS. Flerida Times-Union. A Covingteu, Ky., man was made crazy by oue ride en the Ferris wheel. He wouldn't make a very Reed bicyclist, would he? NOT DAMAGED. Washington Pest. The New Yerk Re form Club has been robbed of a goodly sum of money, but the nerve vaults of that organization ...

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. — 10 October 1893

m mrnm " DAILY', KXOlT SUNDAY, UY OTE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOUrOllATEU. KWiiUAM H. Cox Themas A. Davis, hrettilrnt Vlee-PrttUUnt. y WILLIAM H. WADSWOBTH. Jr., Heeretarv nnd Trtaiurtr. itTsiOMAS A. Davis, ..... Editor ami Manager. riLLtAU a, Je.nkh, Lecal SitUer ami JBoe fceeurr. BOARD Or DIRECTORS. WillIaKH. Cox, M.C. nnnsKLL, ' A. M. J. Cochran, W. II. Wadbwebth, Jr.. Themas At Davis. 'OFFICE JM,e LrdW TutMlng, JVe. 10 Eatt TMrd Strttl, UK.. irn.wprnrrnvfl rw j nr 1 ?rv W- "- -.- .....w-. TTftT ,..m. .............. .3 00 .' Mx Sleuths.... . 1 90 . TO filvblMUi ... DELIVERED BY CARRIER. I Per Menth .,,................. 113 Cent PVble te curler at end of mouth. Ifc J-0 ABVUKTISEIiS. L., JlZfcrin7 rates uniform and reason- kable and made known en application at Itke office. THE LEDGER . . It the Urgtst dally paper printed In Mars eille cennt the cel nmns and measure their length. It give yen mere reading matter than any ether. It Is told at theMme price as any ether llsys Tllle paper o...

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. — 10 October 1893

vw n V - I fef m iw-it?. r fS" '' ' t h -Jt ftr :?5. VI ', m t :-' aUyK.i rSi IfltT" nar. fll '?... CONDENSED NEWS , Gathered Frem All I'arU 6f the ti by Telegraph. Oeuatry ;i The congressional convention of the j First district of Michigan Monday nom nem fJnatcd Levi T. Griffin as a candidate te 'succeed Congressman J. Legan Chip . many deceased. Mrs, Bolle Rogers, of Louisville, while at the Wbrld's fair, saw a mum my 2,000 years old. It turned her mind and new she is demented, imaging her self as old as the eldest The large cotton gin and corn mill or Uyn,um &,Oe., near Oeurtland, Ala., waa burned by white caps, together who seven nunareu Dales 01 cotton, a ' iarge.quantity of grain and cotton seed. (Less, 170,000. V nlenAWCLU .T. TVt T?rfin nrMV tinfln i,wrev u ueuuiu, luiuii., tur ivrgvry,1 nviui.i I.. 11. 4.. 1 4 Ulal ju. .Ba . has been fully identifled as the man J. Lamb, who last spring swindled, Jacob Newman, of Chicago, out of several thousand dollars. The second annua...

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. — 10 October 1893

WfiV vTP .- g CHICAGO DAY. All Assemblages of Modern Times Surpassed. Half a Millien People Gather at the Great World's Fair. The Anniversary et Chicago's Great Tnlr Celebrated Inn Way Necr te He Fer- Rotten They Came by htcatn Cunt, v Street Cnrs, Steuiubeiittt, Ctc. i CmcAae, Oct. 10. When Chtcape planned Monday's exercises and fes tivities the characteristic push and en terprise at once asserted Itself, and n special committee appointed by the city council, assisted by World's officials, began the preliminary rangements te make Chicago day bltrtrcst of the exposition. After fair scv- oral weeks of work the pregramme wns arranged satisfactorily. The day was a grand success. It was the banner event of the fair. The avenues were net filled with equipages of state, but the common people were here by the ' tens of thousends, the school children, . laborers, mechanics. In fact, citizens from every calling came In squads. Speech-making wus no feature. Leng age exposition crowds have sho...

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 October 1893

WSW? rvsiw ' '.i ', 'T.MF 'TL : m is t, TUCKER BILL It Is Voted Promptly Through the Heuse, PARNELLITESf DATL", PUBLIC LEDGER Will Ne Lenger Support; GlHf stone or His Policy. And the Federal Elections Law Is . Se Far Repealed. They Resolve te Withheld Thm it A YSV1LLK JtXPVBtlCAlf. Support in Parliament n-j CXIX stfj nf dvu WxmsZtnE' OSS i? v ' - c f rSEv'i & & t u& I 43,et V tv w ifv The Vete Steed 200 Yen te let Knys The I'epullats Voted With the Dctnecrnta In the Amrnintlve The Vint flreet ChnuRe Miwlu by Democrat. Washington, Oct 11. There was net a quorum of democratic, members prcs , -cnt at neon Tuesday, but representa tives entered quickly and the house was seen filled. Mr. Outhwalte (dcm., 0.), from the commlttee en rules reported a resolu tion for the Immediate consideration el the bill amendatory of the Geary Chi nese exclusion act. He gave notice that he would call the resolution up Wednesday. The house then proceeded te the con sideration of routine busines...

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. — 11 October 1893

u A $ si DAILY. JCXUErT SUNDAY. BY RumiTia htmrth Trinr, lXCOUPOIXATED. I wii.ijau ii. cqt, Themas A. Davis, VXee-PrethUnt. A 4 . F. ..... f William H. Wapswerth, Jr., Secretary and Trtamrtr, THOMAS A. Davis, ............. Kitlter ami Manager. I t WlLlUM Q, JONES, Xeertt Xiinef ami lieGkkiiDfr. ' J?O.R.D 01" DIR&CT0R8. WILLI II. COX, M. O. 11CN.1KLL, , A, M. J. Cochran, W. II. Wadswebtii, Jr., Themas a. DA vis. ?H0FFICJt'bi,e L0r uUdtnB,Xe.lO Salt V Third Ktrett KTt SVSSCSIPTIOA'S-IIf ADVANCE. Wmt Year .. ,..... ..... , 3 00 i Ms M enO...... , 1 SO Three Menlh.,..................... 73 , J)BI,IV&XD BY CAKSIHS. ',Per Menth ,..,...................... !t3 Cents Payable te carrier at cod uf mouth. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason' vahla and made known en aimlicntinn at fthe office. THE LEDGER . . ta the largtst dally paprr printed In lliju xllle count the col umns and measure their length. It RUei yen mare reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the tame...

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. — 11 October 1893

W3ffl '' ; ;. 9SMB9' - 'ii rl AGAINJIMLLED. .The Truce Between Brazilian Factions Short-Lived. Grewing Opposition Among American NafJnne i. l7ninVievri Tntorfnivmre , ! ... uu.VJt,vu .U.W..V.V..WV. E Admtwtl Ht, 1 mi.-. tt. IVIti u..i. T4U179 &TUB1I9C1 IWtl W 111 Net KttaVUsh u Monarchy In Cain of Success The Unlted 8Uti Invited te Assert the aionreo Doctrine Montevhjee, Uruguay, Oct. 11. Ad ,' miral Melle has ence mera reopened his firing en Bie de Janeiro, and tbe capi tal is In a state- of panic. It was hoped here that the Intervention of the for eign diploma tie corps would itwe been sufficient te prevent this dnd ii was understood that Melle had premised te threw no mere shells among the dc fenselcfis homes of the citizens, provid ed Pelxote would dismount his shore batteries and coeeo firing upon the robot ships. 'The fact that the bemdardment Btill continues is thought here te be due cither te a perfidious breach of premise on'the part of Admiral Melle or, what is mere ll...

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. — 11 October 1893

-H-V- ' tl' RaiuiOAD tickets te any point at tbe lowest posslble rates. Baggage cheekcJ through te destination. If you nre going te travel cull upeu or write te V. W. Wikeff, Agent C. and O., Maysvllle, Ky. Tub "graduates" of the Kentucky branch et tbe Kccley lastltute will held a 'reunion at Crab Orchard Springs, the home et the Institution In this state, October 17th and ISth. There are niore thau 400. and It Is expected that nearly that number will attend. Tfte GehvcI of liivinii. Dr. Wnhlngten Gladden probably never said a truer thing lu his life than when bofero the parliament et rollglen at Chicago he gave utterance te the opinion that when ii man lives In utter penury from hand te mouth hu pewers can reach no large devel opment; and tbar In orderthat men may real ize their own manhood, or may tultlll lu any adequate degree the law of their own being, they must live beyond the reach or poverty. It Is pretty hard for a man te sear or strive rer the attainment of the lull fruiti...

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. — 12 October 1893

tfVTjF . t-r w . . vt??is!'y """' - l& -. L H". Pr ," V .? s - WIDOWS AND WID0WKK8. Chicago Tribune.- On an average .37,000 widowers remnry as against 18,500 widows. FLATTEMNa THE POPULISTS. Washington Pest. Ediseu's currency .scheme reads very much like a bid for the Populist Presidential nomination. SOUTH AMEUICAN HOWS. Cleveland Plain Dealer. A Seuth American Republic is a success as seen as it gets enough people te divide and light. SHUDDUH AT THE THOUOIITl St. Leuis Pest-Dispatch. What if the -Meers were te be victorious, invadeSpaln, carry off Eulalla and confiscate Vcragua's bulls? A CtlANCK FOII THE SIIKEIIAN MACHINE. Washington Pest. The Ilawallan elec tion ought te furnish employment te a .number of experienced ballet box stuff ers and tally sheet forgers. MOIIE DEMOCRATIC HARMONY. Washington Pest. It there Is enough of the party left for the purpese we will .seen witness a Democratic division en the Fitch-Tucker lines. A FOREGONE CONCLUSION. Flerida Times-Union. The P...

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