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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 18 October 1893

m ,-v H r frbncwmmw DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. 1NCOUPOHATED. WiLLiAii I!. Cot, Thevab a Davis, t Prtilttent VUfFruident. William II. WADsweRTi,Jr., teerttarv and Trtaiurer. , Themas A. Davis, EdUer and Manager. williau u. jONLf), Jecai jniuer ami noeKktentr. BOARD Of DIRECTORS. WII.LIaUII.UeX, M. C. JlUSSKLL, A. M, J, Cochran, W. II. Wadhwerth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. r'-A nrpmp Jnblte Ltdatr Fuiltltnn. Jtfe. 10 Xait VV. VAAAVASf Thf-,f Mei Tntrd Strut, SUBSCRIPTIONS-IN A D VAXCE. t -V ene Tear ....., .... ........... . 3 00 six Meuu . ... i ae .Ihre 31enlh........................... .. 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth .. 83 Ont Parable te carrier at end el month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates tnlferm and reason able and made known en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . la the largest dally paper printed In Mays Tllte count the col umns and measure their length. It Rites you mere reading matter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price as any ether M...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 18 October 1893

WW .'""-. iI"TJl ' iX ";- ::-& ' V-. ' vet.- r. iv. !.' ?r THH QUN-OAT Te Be Betlt Per the Unlt4 States Navy -BMs Opeaed. Wahiusotem, Oet, iaUIds wen opened at the navy department Tues day for the construction of three llchi draft pun-beats of about 1,800 tens dis placement, the cost of which & limited, exclusive of armament and speed pre miums, te (400,000 each. The beats te be designated as gun beats 7, 8 and 0 respectively. Ne. 7 Is e flush;deck Bchoener riirtred steel iruc beat net sheeted, with double bottom ana close water-tight subdivisions al the water line. Her lenarth en leaxi water line, normal displacement is tc be 220 feet, and maximum breadth melded 80 feet. She will be required te attain an avorage speed of fourteen Knets per hour for four hours. Gun beats 8 and 0 have been designated for special service in the rivers and shallow waters of China. Tlieir length en lead water line, normal displace ment, is te be 2fl0 feet 0 Indies, ana maximum breadth melded -10...

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. — 18 October 1893

Khi mwn Fv y .i3 Jh 'RlTC1tJl", I mU'iil The Editor or The Ledger Is net responsi ble for the opiulena exprcssed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon the charac ter or habits of any person will be admitted te these celumns.l "Correspondent will please tend Letters te as tereach us net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Givt , facts in as few words as possible. We traiU lncws in this tltjxirtment, ami net advertMwj .j,netUtnrwUttcal argument. OUU AGENTS. , The following are authorized Agents te) The Public Ledger lti their r.spectlve iechI Itlcs: Mnranburg Matthew HetTmun Utlena Uebert B. Cord. Mlntrva Frank W. Hwm, Sardls U. O. Grlgsby. OranuelurtC. K. Kess. Sprltiudale C. C. Degtnan. Naytilck Charles Wheeler. Vancebuv Mrs. Jcnnle Stewart. Alt. Carmel Kelly & Foxworthy. Augusta LeauderTully. Pwd-Jeseph W. Williams. Htueltck Spring J. H. Hunter. ' Dever Thad. F. Moero. Ml. GUead Jacob Themas. Subscribers will sate the treuble of letter writing bj paying their subscriptions te ...

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. — 19 October 1893

J; - u t -- -! 4t n rii k!!'t LriWHURlVJ PSLE8ajfl!J MORE "PnOMI8E8." Z?(Hfoneurnaf. Chairman Wilsen new remtses te report his new Tariff bill In four wceks. Chairman Wilsen is pru dent. That will carry It ever until Just after the elections TUB PASSINO OF MAN. Memphis Commercial. When woman, by the aid of weeping ami broomsticks, has already ruled the world, what will beceme of man when the dreams of Susan B. Autheuy arc realized? THINGS HAVE CHANGED. Pittsburgh Chronicle- Teleyraph. France is much better pleased ever the visit of the Russians than the Russians were when the first Napeleon visited Moscow. Time and politics make great changes. THE IlESrONSIltlLirY. JVew Yerk Press. The tlme has come for the country te face the facts In rela tion te the passage of the Repeal bill divested of fustian.. While all manner of excuses "are telegraphed te Cleveland organs, the men whowiite the dispatches, If they are even en the rim of the inner circle, must knew the real cause of the troub...

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. — 19 October 1893

$JiV, . 4 T W Aii.'.ki ., n !fc 'yt;: v tlkVA,. get 1AIIiY. fiXOJEPT SUNDAY, BY KCHE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. IXCOtlPOUATEO. William II. 0e.x, Tiieuan A. Davis, TV-Miilfnt Vlce-Preilrfnif, William II. Wadhwerth, Jr., Sfcrttnry nmllYeeitirer. mas A. Davis, Editor ami Manuatr. iVl.UAU G. Jen KM, Lecal Etltter ami Boekkrtvtr. iA MVAtiU VJT JJIJi&UTUKS. WLI.1M H.COX, SI. C. llUSSFLL, tA. M. J. Ceciihan. W. II. Wadhwebth. Jr.. B Themas A. Davih. y nffVTdTi' PiMIe Ledgir FulMlng, Xe. te JCait iWHJJZ TAIrrf Mrrrt. ..... SCRSCRIPTIOXS-IX ADV4XCS. )Oa "Vcnr . -. 3 00 Six 3Centli.............. I SO Thiree Menth .......................... 79 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth .. .. ..- S5 (.Villa Parable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. . '.Advertising rates uniform and reason- table and made known en application at I the office. THE LEDGER . . )g the largest dally paper printed In Mays vllle count the col cel nmns and measure their length. It girts yen were reading matter than 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. — 19 October 1893

r .f 'f.. - .- T"i W't. ; ' '', .. -. :' - m '', rw&r mMm ':-! if.!. KIT, .'?m" XT.-..1 t : ' ti ll.'. i- m V,' ma f IT IS LOCATED A Clew Discovered te the Miss- ing Express Package. It" Is New Said the Missing Package 1 -r Contained $250,000. It ffa rrebanly Lest IJctwccn St. Ixmli enrt New Yerk-Only the I'lace of Dis appearance nnl Net the Meney Itself Has llccn DUcoveroU. "St. Leuis, Oct. 10. The officials of the American Express Ce. think they have discovered a clew te the missing express package, which was shipped from a New Yerk bank te New Orleans soveral days age and failed te reach Its destination. It was intended Tuesday te send Korzendorfor ever the route te New Orleans, in hope of finding a clew te the less of the money. He get orders te leave in company with an official of the read Tuesday night The two crossed the bridge, hut in East St. Leuis they met several officials from headquarters. These are said te have been General Manager A. Antis del, of Chicago; J. A. V...

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. — 19 October 1893

7 1'W I -v - y ;, n nKi ,,$ iiiaaJki5SitWW-CC-i i.v ;V P Ff f - fr. rV.. It H ..I '1 Tr ll! v r, t s 1' ' tThaKditoref TurLedeeuIs net responsi ble for the opinions oxpreased by Correspond eats; but nothing reflecting upon the charac ter or habits of any person wilt be admitted te these columns. tWCorrtspendent trill please send Letters se at tertach us. net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Give ' facta in cm Jew words a possible. We want 5 Mlr in fht iltivrrtmr.nt- nrul tmf n.?t'rjt(tu) notice or political arauments. OOU AOENT8. The following are authorized Agents fei Tuc I'cnuc Ledeeh In their respective local ttles: ifnniuhure Matthew Hetfumn llelnia Rebert B. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Huwes. SardJ U. Q. Grlgsby. Oradtejure C. K. Itess. SvrliHfllale C. C. Degmnn. AiaiMlWt Charles Wheeler. IVnicctiuiv Mrs. Jennle Stewart Aft. Cnrmcl Kelly & Foxworthy. Aumuta Leander Tully. Peat Jeseph V. Williams. niucUckSpilrwtJ. 11. Hunter. Dever Thad. F. Moere. Aft. Qllcad Jacob Themas. Subscribers ...

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. — 20 October 1893

VO ; "t ) 2B j: rag r;j &. i !-i ?' '-j ifimtir A MAN'S 1IEAIIT. . Galttsteii Mtts.A. uinn's heart Is cover In the right place until seme geed -woman capturcfl it. AN IMPOSSIBILITY. St. Leuis Chronicle, Beurkc Cochran new realizes that no inau can serve his ceuutrj and Tammany at the same time. v. ' '. "my" conehess. Uechttter Democrat and Chronicle. CleTcland'8 wild tenra Is new ever the traces and staring the driver squarely In the face, that's NOT THE W011ST OP IT, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. j j j i i T . i T i ii $&,' Things have net goue te suit Mr. Cleve- t 'r Innil 1 . tli O a .. . .. 1.... 1.1 u f if iiiuu m iiiu duuuii-, uui ins rceignuiieu 'lias net yet been written. A CHANCE FOH Mil. ALLEN. 1 St. Leuis Peit'Dispatch.Ttx. Allen of Nebraska would inalie the Natien proud when he dies by bequeathing his jaw te the Smithsonian Institution. OI'EN THE GATES. St. Paul Glebe. We are at a less te understand the opposition te the Im migration of the Chiuose te this co...

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. — 20 October 1893

:, ' f-i ' ittbitcjiiirAu may. kxuet sunday, by fc THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. iNConrenATED. JWiuliam H. Cox, Themas A. Davis, Prmiltlmi Vti.Jrkttlmi WILLIAM II. WaPSWORTH, Jr., Secrrtarv ami Trtaturtr, Themas A. Davis. ..Editor and Managtr. IWrLLUU CI. Jenks, Xeeat Editor and Jtoekketvtr. heard or directors. ! WIM.UU II. Cox, M. C. RussKLL, A. M. J. Cecithan, W. II. Wads worth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. 'OFFICE tb,,e Ledgtr building, Ne. 10 Eait j, BunscjiirTieirs-iir advance. H PIHr IIIIHUMMMHIIHHM9 "O F (Hx Menth ... 1 SO Tlr MenUi......... ........... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. ;, Per Meuth ..... .....................35 Ceuta jk Pavable te carrier at end el month. TO ADVERTISERS. v ' Advertising rates uniform and reason liable and made known en application at ythe office. THE LEDGER . . It the largest dallr paper printed In Msys Tllle count the col cel nmni and measnre their length. It sires yen mere reading natter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price as any ether Mays 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. — 20 October 1893

'' "smgme imnw amuTvc "fc, T6 '.3 I ' ' "3 JTCaJ'MfTr KTf.7ftV t"T"iHV4WIVfHBil- . s - 1 i t w ' ' f " rifii J-1 i J1 . v& S - . i K. THE RIOT ACT Read te Southern Senators Who , , Obstruct-Silver Repeal. Editor Henry Watterson Writes a Bitter Twe-Column Editorial. Cleveland's Immolation May no Itetrlbu- tlen Upen the Dcmocrntle Party, Per. haps Destroy It, Hut There's a People- te Condemn, a Oed te Punish. Louisville. Ky., Oct 20. Editor Henry Watterson, of the Courier-Journal, In, a two-column leader Thursday morning, reads the riot act te these Southern senators who have obstructed tlus sliver repeal, and predicts disaster for the democratic party. He says: "The spectacle of the extra session, and mere particularly the scenes of the last few days and nights, arc enough te call the dead te lffe In defense of the bclcagurcd Interests and the departing glory of the south; a clique of southern senators serving a comblne of silver mine owners, using their experience and such wits ...

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. — 20 October 1893

sr;v,- A'jxvp ft N r. A tU ITbe Editor of TuctiEUQEti ts net rosponsi responsi rospensi bio ter the opinions expressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend ents: but nothing reflecting upon the charao charae Mr or babiu et any person will be admitted te these columns.! swCorrapetHJcnt tc (II pltate tend Lettert te at te reach ut net later than 9 o'clock a. m, Qivt tact in an few word a pettible. We want U newt (u ww deportment, and net advtrluinc notice or twlftlcil argument. OUR AOENT9. The following are authorized Agents let The Public Ledeek in their respective lecul Itics: Meranbura Matthew Heltman. Helena Rebert B. Cord. Mintrva Frank. W. Hawes. Sardit B. O. Grlgsby. Oranffcottre C. K. Ress. SnrinqdaleC. 0. Degman. Mamliek Charles Wheeler. Vanceburg Mrs. Jennle Stewnrt iit. Carmcl Kelly & Foxworthy. Augusta LeanderTully. Peed-Jeseph W.Williams. BluellckSprlna-J. H. Hunter. Oliver Tlind. F. Moero. ait. attend Jacob TheinHS. Subscribers will save tlie treuble of letter writing...

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. — 21 October 1893

! ft B" . ' JVUV Ur,y. E. ay, Bfr r- ft1 Su E S? 6. M r ' r r-3rcff few uU "H ALWAYS 80 IK DKMOCIIATIO TIMES. Pittsburgh Press. The country is 4,000 miles long, but very "abort." DON'T CUV TOO LONO OVEIl SPILLED MILK. Oil City Blizzard. When censure passes its rightful limits it bogets sympathy. DELIVEMNO THE GOODS. Glticage Inter Ocean. Wbnti Tbe United States Senate turn its brick en a man who paid " spot cash $50,000?" Net much. Tbe Democratic majority is net built that way. FllIENDS AT COUNT. Providence Journal The prizefighters will probably net much lament their exclusion from New Orleans se long as Tammany remains m control in New Yerk and vicinity. TUB GALLEMES OIOOLED. Minneapolis Tribune. Ne wonder the galleries giggled when Senater Frye pairetcd the ancient saw that the United States Senate is the most dignified legis lative body en earth. THE "DEHT" IS DUE. St. Leuis G lobe-Democrat. U Van Alcn's confirmation is delayed much longer he will be Justified in demanding inter...

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. — 21 October 1893

( -. , I , v v i v. l W. yWflW'-iHf - -nwnsr'- ir . 'i g iv 17 u ft' & iutltcigikfH0et I I J J i I !' Ti.tiT.V viiL'tvn eiraniv iv V1U11 XUVUJM.4 atll11Ul XI BTHE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOHFOIIATED. Iwiluau II. Ce, ThemahA Davis, rrttltUnt Vtce-1'rtiUlcnt. William II. 'Wadswehtu, Jr., Secretary and Treaturer, stremas A. Davis Editor and Manager, rWl J.LIAM Q. Jenks, Leal Stllter and Xoekketutr. J10AKD or DIKXCTOXS. IWilUaUII. Cei, M. C. RVHirLL, !.. M.J, COCHRAN, W. II. WAUHWOBTII, Jr., Themas A. Davis. WFFICE-?r'Xr IW."',A.,0 AViri KIT. DUilUMMX iJU(J,Ji1 14 r swtv... .v cnnpnofiiirrftwe pu a nt i fi jTie "nr ........ ...... ... . 3 00 :Mx Menlk........ ........... ...... I SO Utre- Menth...... .... ..., 79 i . jDsursssj) jir atxxixx. SPer Menth ...,...... .. . ,93 CenU qJ FkTftble te carrier nt end et month. fi .'J, , , un ct a - r-n n-i ts TO APVERTISEIiS. Advertising rates uniform ami reason- Pie and made known en application at e office. THE LEDGER . . )i the largest dally pap...

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. — 21 October 1893

W iwPBiT V uneM-mm- I , i.h'-i-j-- a ' r ,ff'jJl w a-s'.- .awwri. WiJ . - IP&- 4 W f , . ( rj ."f'mnvmn''' J,yj.j'Wiij-,y J V rt 2 67 "T 't 'H4 'I li 4 kVi. ) ;the president feGives It Out That the Proposed Compromise '? On tbe Sherman Purchase Act Will Be Vetoed By Him. Again the Sltnntlen In the Senate Becomes Mixed Democrntle Senater llegln te Talk of Shifting and Ge Ahead On Their Own itcspenslblllty. ' "Washington, Oct 21. A general plan ei Bottlcment had been agreed en by Mhe democratic caucus or steering com mittee, te which It was hoped the ad ad rmlnlstratlen would assent, 60 as te , smooth 1U pathway In the senate and house. The pleasant promlse of the Voerhccs bill, pledging the government te the policy of bimetallism was te be retained for all it may be worth. The seignorage in the treasury was te be coined. All bills under $10 were te be retired except the silver certificates. The power of the secretary of the treasury te issue bends under the resumption act of 1876...

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. — 21 October 1893

Mi r :S ft V ' IThe Editor of The Ledeeh Is net responsi ble ter the opinions exprcssed by Correspond ents; buf nothing reflecting upon the charac ter or habits of any person will be admitted te these columns.! syCorrttpendcnU trill pUatt tend Letters te aetarcach us net later than ao'cleck a. m. Olvt facts as few words at possible. We want tiews in this dctxirtment, and net advertising notices or unlUical imminent. OUR AQKNT8. The following arc authorized Ageuts fej The Public Leeeer In their respective local Itlea: Meranhiirg Matthew Heffman Helena Hebert U. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Huwes. Sardf TJ. G. Grlgsby. Orangelmrg C. It. Hess. Svrlnvdale C. C. Dcgmati. Mawltek Charles Wheeler. Yanctliurv Mrs. Jennle Stewart. Xt. Carmcl Kelly & Foxworthy. Aumuita LeHnder Tullr. Ped-Jeseph W. Williams Blucllck Springs J. H. Hunter. Dever Thad. t w , Moero. Mt. Oilead Jacob Themas. - Subscribers will snve the treuble of lotter writing by paying thelr subscriptions te the Agent at their elac...

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. — 23 October 1893

n': ,-v. -J !' " -' '. 81 N W FAItMEIt Hint's CHOP. Topeka State Journal Senater Irby claims te be an agriculturist. Old rye Is bis principal crop. THE OMfHNAI, POPULIST. Cleveland Plain Dealer. In trying t settle who was the first Populist tbe Kan' sas papers seem hopelessly divided be tween Satan and Ananias. "THE llEST MONET." A'ew Yerk Press. One of the most at dent of our advocates of tbe single geld standard contends, in a recent article in n magazine, that the American pcople, with their high civilization, are entitled te "the best meney;" that the best money is geld, and thcrofero that geld should be taken and silver thrown aside. But the whele matter turns upon the question. What is "the best money?" And the answer depends upon the re- sponse te the further question. Fer what use de you waut money? Ceal Is the best fuel for some purposes; wool for ethers; petroleum, gas, coke for still ethers. Milk is the best feed for infants and invalids; meat is the best feed for strong ...

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. — 23 October 1893

1 1 u,- i.: -p. m&rwfimi ',.i m -, j p 7: ' U i .' W s DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY tTHB JPUBHC LEDGER CO. INQOnrOKATEU. iWil.Li.iv n. Cox, Themas A. Davis, Preildtnt Pfcr-PruiflmL William 11. Wadmverth, Jr., Setrtlary arid Trtaiurer. STKOKA8 A. Davis Editor and Mnnaatr. rWliUAM O. Jenks, Leeal Sdlter miri fioekkreurr. HOARD OF DIRECTORS. WlLLJ It. Cox, M. O. lUtBSlCLL, PA1. M.J.'Cecuran, W. H. Wadmwerth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. TfkWTfiTj' Puttie Ltdgtr TutMing, Ne. 10 JCait UfJ!J!lUJi Third Slrtft. . ... . , susscriptiens-in advance. h Trnr .. ... ............. ........... ..........S3 00 Mx Menth.. ,., 1 SO ITtaree 31 niitlia .. ................... 73 SS DELIVERED B Y CARRIER. (Per Menth ...... S3 IVnU Parable te carrier at end of month. JO ADVESTISJSSS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at like office. THE LEDGER . . It the largest dally paper printed In Mays "Vllle eennt the col cel nmns anil measure their length. It gives jen mere reading mat...

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 October 1893

i '' wffiW'f; fr it It, V : w , W 0W ML I NfiWYORrUAY. .It Proves Second Only te Chicago's Great Day. m .AOne Hundred Thousand New Yorkers On the World's Fair Ground', Together With Boveral nandred Thousand of Their Friends and Others-A Tro Tre gramme of Mere than Usual In terest Carried Ont te Suit All. Ciiioaeo, Oct. 23. Fortune stnilcd Mh en New Yerk's patron saint Saturday, dealing out aa bright and glowing a bit yfc of autumn weather for Manhattan day "j, , as i ever the most critical -could desire, &?, and the estimable, KnlcKcrbeckercd Swif old gentleman took his place in IP. World's fair history with colors flying. S Fully a hundred thousand New York Yerk 'ih, ers were en the greuuds and they, with the.ex-New Yorkers who arc te be found in Chicago and the west and the United States, and the usual contingent of peeple who are attracted by "big" oc casions, swelled the admissions te a fiizure that placed Manhattan day in the front rank of the gala days at the fair. Fer wee...

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 October 1893

Iffi 1, awwr -"Sft a,': "JK1- 7 f K IThe Editor of The Ledeeh Is net responsi ble for the opinions oppressed by Correspond ents j but nothing reflecting upon the charac ter or habits of any person will be admitted te thess columns.! TCorrupen&enU will please tend Ltttert e cm tereach u net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Qivt tacit in at few word a pnttible. We want newt in thtt ilepartmtut, and net ailvcrtUitm twticet or political argument. OOU AGENTS. The following Are authorized Agents let The Public LEDOEn In their rtspectlve Ioehi ltles: Storanbure Mntthew Iletlmnn. Helena Hebert B. Cord. Minerva Prank W. Hawcs. SardU B.G.Grlgsby. Orangeburg C. It. Itess. Snrf nodule C. C. Deginan. Maylick Charles Wheeler. Vanctbura Mrs. Jcnnle Stewart. Mt, Varmcl Kelly A: Foxworthy. Augusta Leander Tully. Peed Jeseph V. Williams. BluellckStri)w-J. II. Hunter. Z)or Thad. F. Moere. Mt. Qilcad Jacob Themas. Subscribers will sare tbe trouble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the Ag...

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. — 24 October 1893

rryi V.W !.i.K?' V t IT" U: r yJV M ft',' "$v V ''. PV' " hi ': n i r ' K & . ?W ;;. K.- ' A C0NTIIA8T. 67. Zeut 0 lobe-Democrat. The con trast bctween McKlnley and Neal In ' Ohie Is a geed deal llke that between the Vigilant nnd nn ordinary ferry-beat. SENATORIAL FLIM"V'LAM. Philadelphia Press. The United States .Senate Is the only body of men that has ( ever been able successfully te play tbe ulnvtiam gatne en the American people as a whole. TENNESSEE 8KNATOIIS. Memphis Scimitar. Oh, no; our Sena tors are net obstructing business in the Senate. They leave that part of the pregramme te their leaders, the stamp mill contingent. THE WEATI1EII CHOP OUTLOOK. Washington Star, It is hoped that Secretary Morten will be able te gratify popular taste by announcing in one of bis able reports that this winter's cold wave crop is a failure. THE EUROPEAN lIUCKHNd IJ.-JE. iVew Yerk Recorder. It, as reported by cable, the Russian bear is going te as sume tbe role of moderator of the European ...

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