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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 24 October 1893

f ,8 w v i v- & m: vm& DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY STILE. PUBHC LEDGER CO. INCOItrOnATED. ' William II. Cox, Themas a. Davis. Pttllilent ricflTttltUnf. William II. Wamwexth, Jr., Secretary and Treaturtr. IThemas A. DAVH Editor and Manager. jplWiLLiAU U. JeNiw, Zecal SdUer and Bookkeeper. SOARS Of DIRECTORS. , Willi m II. Cox. M. C. nusmcLL. LAI M.J. COCHBAN, W, H. Wadbwebtii, Jr., Themas A. Davis. fiFPrnK IMte ledger SulUllng, ..Yd. 10 Eatt VHM-liU Third Street. . . . . . SUBSCRIPTIONS- ADVAXQE. ine near .... . ........ s- uu Hi MeBth..... .. 1 8 Ef Three MebUil 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. i PurMnnlli U.1 IVllla Parable te carrier at end el month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason- able and made known en application at ft the office. THE LEDGER . . It the largest dally paper printed In Maji Tllle count the col umns and measure their length. It gives you mere reading matter than any ether. It I sold at the same price as any ether Mays Tllle paper one cent a copy ...

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. — 24 October 1893

rv m rtAi , I V.H "J. kVr .? 4 a' a'3fifflr A PRESIDENT Chesen by the Brazilian Revolutionists. A Rival Government New Established Seuth of Rie Janeiro. Admiral Mclle Conies Firing for I-nek of l'ewdcr An Argentine Newspaper Crit icizes Our Minister's Conduct Want I tbe Menreo Decrine Upheld. Montevideo, Oct 24. Frederice Quilhcrmc de Lercna has bean pro claimed previsional president of Brazil by Admiral Melle, in command of the insurgent flcet Lorena is the captain of one of the rebel warships, and the previsional government of which he is new declared president was estab lished some days age at Dcsterre, which is the capital city of the State of Seuth Catharina, und is situated en the island of that name, which lies just of! the Atlantic coast of Brazil, about four hundred and sixty miles south of Rie. When this island fell into the hands of Melle and his followers, they at once established their headquarters there, and set up the previsional government, which has new been dignifi...

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. — 24 October 1893

fi: t m khIis? -(?! 1 f v' V' (&, r. ' IThe Editor of TukLedeeiUs net responsi ble for the opinions cxprcssed by Correspond eats; but nothing reflecting upon the charac ter or hablta of any person will be admitted totheseoolumns.l tVCorretpendenUi will please tttul Litters te . cm te reach unetlaterthan9 o'clock a. m. Qivt i fact in as few word as possible. We leant ' news in this department, and net atlvcrtUliw ., notice or political arawncnt. OUU AGENTS. The following- arc authorized Agents fei The Puulie Ledger In their respective local Ules: Moranlmre Matthew Heffman. Helena. Unhnrt II. Cen!. fi&, Miturva Frank W. Hawes. snrui u. u. urigsey. Orangeburg C. U. Hess. Spriiwdrtle C. C. Degmnn. &y T.ihtf vf pd Tnnnln fifrttvtirf ji rrtur Ji.niic .( l-ATipnwhK . UV. lf ,,,. UUIIJ I'UAKWilUJI is Autrut(i LeauderTully. ftca jesepn w. w imams. ZMuclfcfcSpHiiiM J. H. Hunter. .Dever Thad. F. Moere. Ml. Oilead Jacob Themas. Subscribers will gave the trouble of letter writing bv ...

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 October 1893

,x, , a (vfe jL pi'i"i ',. i v,-i .." S$f ' - -, pyff'i "i jr' ft W ' -x.fr ITU" k ?v,: '( . w v. If r y&v fl ? D's T" " fit rv; f; ?. IK f.v OK - A roeu IIEC01ID. Kantaa (Jity Journal Mr, Van Alen's record for patriotism la very peer Indeed. He never -voted Jn bis life till last year, and then roted for Grever Cleveland, matrr. WatJdngten Pest. The Mugwumps make very llvely war en Tammnuy la Uie oft years, but in the Presidential cam paigns they pitch In and help the tiger te fortify itself for emergencies like the present. "SPEECH" DAVS HKCALLKD. JVew Yerk World. Seme thirty years age there were se-called statesmen who attempted under the rules, as they in terpreted them, te break up tlie Union of the states for the sake of slavery. They did net succeed. The men who new for the sake of sliver are attempting te thwnrt the constitutional rules of the majority by nbuse of the rules of parlia mentary government, will succeed no better. Their cause is equally hostile te - the highe...

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 October 1893

. s 9MMm& IIAIX.Y. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY MPl-TE PTlRT.Tn T.TCTimra flfl fA'm X WAFJJJ.V XIUAUiiil WV. njconreuATED. IWiluam II. Cox, Themas A. Davis, Prrttiltnt Vlct-I'ruldent. William 31. Wadsweiith, Jr., Stcrttaru and Trtaturtr, IfriievAS A. Davis, .................. EVtlfernml Ananafr. SWim.Iam O. Jenky, Lecal Editor and Roekketver. BOARS OE DIRECTOKS. i'W!LLlH.Cex, U. C. Rdsspll, JA.'M.J. COCHllAN, W. II. WADH WORTH, Jr.. Themas A. Davis. iOFFIGEpfii'f '?." 9, Ae. 10 ATaK A 4VJISCRIPTI0N8-IX ADVANCE. Hf Year ... .............. .........-... $3 00 Fl Mouths. ...................... 1 50 bXtiree MentU................................ 73 DELIVERED J) 1 CARRIER. SIer Menth .......... 3 trail Parable te carrier at end et month. v 10 ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason' Able and made kneicn en application at the office. THE LEDGER . . Is the largest daily paper printed In Mays vllle const the col umns and measure tbelr length. It gives jea mere reading matter than any ethe...

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 October 1893

''f',1 && ?' .', w .r-7T- , . ftIS t .. . 1 lt .', ' FIGHT ENDED. j-The Silverites Will Filibuster Ne Lenger in the Senate. , Unconditional Repeal Will Soen Be Allowed te Ge te a Vete. In Caucus Southern 811verltes Come te the Conclusion That They Have Had Enough of the Fight Senators Frem Sliver Statei Alse Weaken. Vabuinote.v, Oct. 35. The silver fight is ended. Tuesday Bottled the fifpng and weary Btruggle. The south ern aomecrata who were making the bitter contest aided by the republicans from the silver states, decided that the v fa ceuiu net longer stand out, and alter a A cenfernnen of an hour or mhrrt niHnnrn- ed and anneunced plainly that they would net filibuster any longer, but allow unconditional repeal te come te 'a vote. The silver republicans, who have CaV.n'nn ....,t . ... ,1.... WWhen te take this very step, have come, H into line, tee, and new it can be stated - that unconditional repeal will be voted upon within a few days. The silver senators Jenes and St...

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 October 1893

W: r V, qfir 4. V ' s' i - -! 3 ; : - . jr RT iV'iw a v h Mt The Editor of Trb Ledger ts net responsl respensl responsl bie ter the opinions expressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend ents: but nothing reflecting upon the charac ter or hablta of any person will be admltted te these columns.! "Correpemlit irtlt pleaic send Letters te at tereaeh us net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Olu factt in at few words at possible. We want newt in this department and net advertUtne notices or political arwmcntt. OUU AGENTS. The following are authorized Agents fei Tub Public Ledger in their respective local ltles: Aferaiihuru Matthew Heffman. Helena ttobert II. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hawes. Srtrdfe-B.Q.Grlgsby. Orangeburg O. It. Hess. Snrinqilale C. C. Degtnan. Maytllck Charles Wheeler. Vaneeburg Mrs. Jennle Stewart. Mt. Carmcl Kelly Ss Foxworthy. Augutta Leander Tully. Ped-Jeseph W. Williams. Bluelick Spring 3. II. Hunter. t Dnt'er Tbad. F. Moero. . ML GUead Jacob Themns. Subscribers will eave th...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 26 October 1893

vtfrttffyr ' Mjyl ij jy VA. - ,? ' " Mf - Mff-fLif -ff, .'J.fcjiT.7 .... .tlT feU in-, kL S. m Sf t vt ' it. . r ! r rcf- in '"i , H i V'. .' I H it WATBtltOddED TRADITION, Evening World The dynnmlte crulser Fc4utrfu had coma back from tbe ecean Liint for ddrelects, which was quita un successful In its' way. Yet it Is riot likely that shu run across a wnttcrlegged wreck Tabled "senatorial trndlten." EldltT .MONTII3 OF t)I8A8TEH. JNew Yerk Prist. The Democratic party has been In complete possession of every branch of the Nntlennl Govern ment for about eight months. Fer mere than three months both Houses of Cen' grcss, each with a strong Democratic mnjetity, have been in continuous session. The Civil Service has; been revolutionized by turning out Republi cans and putting in Demecrats. The diplomatic and consular branches of the Government have been made thoroughly Democratic. All the executlve depart ments at Washington have been filled with members of the party in power. Frem the Pr...

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 October 1893

- :? r s - , " . -t . w.e 3P V 1 ta t Ibnc'C" DA1LX. EXOJEPT SUNDAY, BY filE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCORPORATED. EWlLUAM H, COX, THOMAS A. DAVIS, PretUtnt Vict'Prttldcnt, WlttlAU II. Wa&swejitm, Jr., Tg atertiarv ana Trtaiurer, Themas A. Davis, KMer and Stanagtr, LWlLllAU O. Jenks, Lecal Editor and Xoekktrver, 20ARD OF DIRECTORS. WI(.MaUH. COX, M. O.KCHSKLL, t AjM. J. Cecif ban, W. II. Wads worth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. TntfTfTfJH! fubtie Ztttgtr XutUllng, A'e. 10 Salt saxsc&irTjexa-ixD yaxce. fttae Tear S3 00 IMk MeBth............ 1 00 JlOUlHla,iHititiiu,,auiWHimMHHtM k -4 DELIVERED MY CARRIES. '.per Menth ................................. 3 OnU Payable te carrier at end e( month. ,, ,10 ADVERTISERS. cirfveWif J07 rafes uniform and reason' able and made known en application at ithe office. THE LEDGER . . Is the largtet daily paper printed In Mays yllle tennt the col cel nuns anil measure their length. It rItci jea mere reading matter than any ether. It Is cold at the tame price ...

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 October 1893

mn , " '( j ' neviR, I ' S?'. te lit I- Y m Ji4 l"' " sw $ . nr COUNTERFEITS. ; Twe Important Arrests Neat Kokomo, Ind. Buck Harlan and Stevo Rlnebeldt Captured by .U. S. Authorities. feri . uarian viiargea witii Itlaklnir soma or th Mt Ceantcrfelt Dollars, Halves and Quarter! In that Section. Ilolnbeldt's Case Continued. Kokomo, Ind., Oct 20. ''Buck Har lan and Stevo Rinebelt, th6 counter feiters arrested by U. a Marshal Haw kins and Secret Service Offleer Carter Tuesday night, were arraigned before Deputy United States Commissioner J. ,F. Elliett fa this city Wednesday afternoon. Einobelt was . held te the federal grand jury in $1,000 ball, default of Which he was taken the Hamilton county Jail at Noblcsvllle. The case against Harlan was en motion of District Attorney Burke continued te November 10, when he will have a hearing bofero Commis sioner Elliett. Ilia bail wiu fixed at '.) 51,000, and was given by his mother, iuaa. neuccca imnau, ui u.ipveacuuuvy( lla was Immediately rea...

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 October 1893

fer '! sagfc. !.' Jkiltu RUSSIANS FETED i -ii i Lyens, trance, Takes Her Turn, i in the Festivities. . ! . : JDver 200.QOO Peeple Besides Her Own i Population- Grewd the City. p.yeDi One ,&! of Decoration Id Uoner of tb Kntalan Sailor A Dotce of tu Meii Exquisite Garments Sent aa a Gift te the Czarina. Lyens, Oqt 20. Over 200,000 people la addition te the regular population of this city and neighborhood crowded the, streets of Lyens Wednesday In order te witness the fetes prepared in honor of the Russian sailors who are expected te step here en their way back (te Teulon. The city is a mass of deco rations and the municipality has ex pended large sums of money fn making such preparations for the reception of the czar's sail ors as will de credit te the an cient city they represent. Among the atty presents awaiting the Russian eUcers here are twelve of the most ex quisitely delicate silk dresses which were ever turned out from the looms in this or any ether country. These magnific...

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 October 1893

:T i -k -7. "! 1 ill BM mi iV .2 - ?viy it: irtfrtnHiW MiUwUmi EUKOPKAN MARKET NOTE. Indianapolis Journal. France Is bull ing the European war market with the Russian bear. . . previsions wanted. Bosten Herald. Admiral Molle pro poses te establish a pr6vislenal Govern ment in Brnztl just as seen as he gets the previsions. A RACING SPECTACLE. Minneapolis Journal. The Kansas Leg islature ought te get in session and run a neck race for popularity with the United StatcsSenate. ' ' i THE SENATORIAL CONVENTION. Savannah Ncits, It is pleasant te note that there Is something the Senate ean de. It grinds out confirmations of nomina tions in its usual happy style. rOIIK AND UEANS. Jhmphis Commercial. Phi! Armour of V- - Chicago has been sojourning recently V ' in Bosten. This is a case of afllnity probably the meeting of perlc and bcaus. DEeOKIITIVE HEl'OIiTS. Chicago Recerd. A report from AVash AVash ingten reads: "Mr. Peller then conclu ded his speech." There is but little that would tend 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. — 27 October 1893

H" f m- Ft, v vMi HHMi ', tr ftMMltt&lfttf J DAILY, XOPT SUNDAY, BY ?RE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCORPORATED. (William II, Cox, Themas a. Davis, PrttUUr Vkt-rraldent. 'i- WILLIAM IX, W APS WORTH, Jr., la " . THOMAS A. DAVIS, ................ muer mm Jinnnptr. s'W'ii.ijam O. Jenes, iecnl .EUMer and J?oefcA(Dr. y J30SD Oi DIRECTORS. IIWILUaK II. COX, M. C. RVRSKLL, A. M. J. Ceciibak, W. H. Wadsworth , Jr., Themas A. Davis. OFFICE J"le Ltdgtr Hulldtna, Ne. 10 Eait i iiini etrcct. f- SVBSCRIPTIONa-Ilt ADVANCE. ' lBe Tnr .. -.......... .-....... 83 00 kMx MOMlh....... . . l no Xlire Menth................. ... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. 'J Per Menth..-................... 3 (tell I s r RTble te carrier At end or mentn. TO ADVERTISERS. I . t Advertising rates uniform ana reason' fable and made known en application at fihe office. b :r a ii Ci umr . . :6?9 li tie Isrireit daily paper printed In Mays Tills count the cel- KxRUb mans ana measure mir tUfifctt length. It girts you mere reading natter...

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 October 1893

:.p-.H rv n l Twfw If 7 I t MWJK fc '-Bv V. E t ;? THE LAST ACT Of a Bloody Louisiana Drama te Soen te Be .Enacted. After Hanging Murderer Julien's Three Innocent Brethers, The Meb May Oot the night Mnn Jnllcn Snrreanilnd In a Drainage Machine Q Thirty Miles Above New Orleans Very Corrupt OfUclnls. New Orleans, Oct. 27. Frem In formation reccived here Thursday night, It Is thought that the murderer of Judge Esteplnal, the Negro Itesellns Jullen, whose threo brothers were lynched by a mob Just after the mur 'der, is surrounded in a drainage ma ma chine at Beutte station, thirty miles Cry, abeve tlie city. This is a very Sparsely iVfi' settled section, tmd a request has been v sent here te send a nessn nf twentv men te the sceno at once te assist in the capture It is thought that he will Jvi- A letter waB found in the Correllton p V i. police station Thursdavmernlncr as the ; janitor was sweeping out, addressed "Te Chief of Police Gasten." Upen be ing opened it was found te bear the d...

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 October 1893

Tu 1 mm.-n.n j,m.iiw in iii,ii,iiiiiiMBwi,t,!yMtMi'";,''ailwW!1 Hfc Ufc-Wrt-Wm' -( PK i'V fcj w ON THE ROCKS, Steamship City of New Yerk a Complete Wreck. Slfe Gete Ashore in a Heavy Feg in San Francisce Bay. Tfa railoegers Tere Landed by th Mfe- flavlns; Cmw-The Ship Wan Valued at A boa I 8400,000, and the Carge Wm Werth 8230,000. SAN Fiuncibce, CaL, Oct 27. The Pacific MaU Ce. 6tcampr City of New Verk went ashore Jhursday evening In a fog anil will probably be a total less. She sailed for China and Japan at S:SQ 'p. tn. and went down the bay under full head of steam. The fog was very heavy, and from the lower wharves the heads could be seen. About 4:S0 p. m. the big ocean steam er was lest sight of, and a half hour Hater the booming of cannons could be .heard and signal rockets could be seen as they burst above the fog. The slg 'nal station at Point Lobes at once sent a message Inte town, and seen every .tug In the bay was racing for Point Benlta, The vessel Is lying with head 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. — 28 October 1893

- '1 i miiii inMiii)jl Jjw 'i if , --' Jjj ('. rt - s I jF5 T" IT r m 12& b LS . ' V . p re: tW P . L5 4L Lt- , f- r. - . r rt 110YALTY IN BAD WAY. Ohcage Ilerald.AM se Dhule'p Blngh is ttcall. Well, well, It's a bad year for Oriental potentates. With the Sultan of Johero fighting a breach of protntse suit in England, tbe Maharjah of Kapurthala n hopeless victim of tbe gin fizz habit and the Gaekwnr of Paroda plunging around Londen trying te borrow enough tuoney te get home with, the dazzle and illusion of Indian splendor are hopelessly geno. AMERICAN AND KUilOrEAN WAOES. j.yeie lern itcss. uoyeuu suuuubsiui dispute the chief bcueflclary of the Protective Tariff is the man who works for wages. Upen the whole, the Pro Pre Pro 'teetivo duties represent the difference between wages heie and wages in European cOUutrical Just what that llfference is in certain cases is clearly shown by two authorities te whom we .shall new refer, llenry Latzke of Bruenn, Moravia, is an Austrian Commi...

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 October 1893

l'1 "tf EST lt. DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY ME PUBLIC LEDGER CO. INCOnrOHATF.D. William Tl. Cox, TheuasA. Davis, l; Prttitttnt I'lce-iYeifcUnJ. R'" William II. Wamwekiu. Jr.. S& Gtcrttarv and Trwitirer, Themas A. Davis KtMer and Manaptr. tWiLLI AM O. Jenes, total Editor and Roekkt tot r. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WlLUAK It. COX, M. 0. IttTSSKLL, fM.J. COCMRAM, W. II. WADBWOBTH.Jr., Themas A.Davis. WFMGE-MZtrr ruMtt,se.n Ea.t HCRSCRIPTIONS-IN ADVANCE. Hie Year .. ........... ..-.. .. M 00 MxT Months. ......... 1 SO Tfcrr Menth ............. ............... 79 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. IFer Menth ...-. .............. .......33 tVuta Parable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. mvcrtising rates uniform and reason- fSble.and made known en application at Uheefflce. THE LEDGER . . ' It the largest dally paper printed In Mays Tllle count the eel- tjSafc length. It Rites yen mere reading matter than any ether. It li sold at the same price as any ether Mays Tllle paper one cent a ii copy or ze...

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 October 1893

J ' ! IT,- ' e ,. - 'M M.J v Hf i r s kJK. J ii ij ' ip -. st, IT J l r j r t A BOND ISSUE. WiIl It Be That or the Coinage . et the Silver Seignierage? IThe First Notes May Be Circulated About Thanksgiving Day. , Serious Objection! rr Sllvcrltcs and Other EJ te the Selffneragq-If encl Are tuned ft"" I'll.... ?, W M . . M.ivj tun ue ui a x epuutr uoDema umueii ana interest. Washington. Oct 28. A bend or colnnge of the silver seignierage In the ktrcasurv Is te lm Inn nlnn tnr rnent. ? ' ipe the government's deficit Treasury jemclalp, Including Secretary Carlisle, have been nt eca as te hew the Dresent XesO.OOO.OOO deficit Is te be met. The '.-secretary Is avorse te a bend Issue, and W rather favors the coinage of the soig seig soig yVnleraco new en hand. nmeuntlncr te ,1,4fc' nlw-kiif Crtfl nnn nnn n.aA I...... j I k . ..isuuv ivv,v,v, ui iiiu iMuuiira ui cer- iiutaiua ve represent, uie uuiiien in tne treasury, which Is really a profit upon 4 me silver coin as represented by out eut f...

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 October 1893

r-vY irmT ?pssiqii mmp i ailMSiSKS?1!1 iOlM!MtJNteiWlJPaw; " M B i'i ? r IThe Editor of Tnti Ledger Is net rosponsl responsl rospensl bio for the opinions expressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend ents; but nothing reflecting upon the charac ter or habits of any person will be admitted tothesaeolutnns.l "Corrjendrito tctlt pleate send Letters te at tereach us net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Oivt tact in a few words a petsible. We want news in this department, and net advertising notice or velitical anmmcnts. OUK AGENTS. The following are nuthorlied Agents fei Tne PuiiLtc Lgdeek In their rv spectlve local lecal ities: Aieranbuiv Matthew Hellmau. HIm Rebert B. Cord. Jflntrca Frank W. Hawed. Sardisli. G. Grigsby. Orangeburg C. It. Ue6S. Snrinadale C. C. Dcgman. Mavslitk Charles Wheeter. Vanctbun) Mrs. Jennle Stewart. Ml, Canncl Kelly & Foxworthy. Auguttit LeanderTully. Pi-Joeph W. Williams. Dlutltck Springs J. H. Hunter. Dever Thai). F. Moere. Ml. Gilead Jacob Themas. Subscriber...

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. — 30 October 1893

Jn A - ' ' fflHP mna.'. WEB piaRjr., i imih qui1 KHA" ,A 1 7H "T tfj. 9p fc M fifflfc. ?. W Mw RL K r 1 ,. 1 K M KV rfr.iw.1 - JHtel ' ' ' ' ' m ll 1:0 med "PUBLIC 4u9 LEDGER pM' - Doraecratio idea is that Justice is net uavsvillx ' tuievjiLicdir. - wfi& blind, but that she wears a moneculc. . m SECOND YEAR. OETTINO SCARCE ALL OVKn. Kansas City Journal. There are still a geed many Democratic voters in Missouri, but Cleveland Democrats are becoming " scarce. 'rnn coroner's verdict. Minneapolis tribune. "Overcome by gas" should be the verdict of the Coro Core ner's Jury in the case of the United Status ticunte. WIUT IT MEAN8. Trey Times. Machine rule, secured by theft and ether deflauce of law, touches the pocket as well as the con&cicnce of the state. GOVERNOR UOIES'S BID. Kansas Oity Journal Governer Boies has made a shrewd bid for a United States Sonaterahlp. lie pretends that his voice has failed him. ANOTHER REPENTANT. Washington Pest. lien. Wayne Mac Mac Vcegh appears te...

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