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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 22 June 1892

U- -(r ' -j- i i ,'f ft" if A K. f wtr . .. ,". v. fr -- Iteblic FACTS ABOUT THE POSTAL LAWS efrger i, v Seme''" 1)0111'," That Will Sate Letter. V Writers a Heap of Trouble. Lrt. H i FIRST YEAR. JIAYSVILLE, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1892. ONE CENT. LLwfh'tty H Cw J h l ;gv 5 38t rm ' .- P JP' ' -PER t umm km i.'.- St- men V w M m x m& ,V9 iff f&KENTUCKY WEATHER RErOIlT. g-Wkat We May Expect Between This Time and Te-morrow Evening. 'TUE LEDGER'S WEATHER SIGNALS. irMleetreamer fair; lllue hain or snow; With Black Above 'twjll waiimeu grew. If DficH'i BKNEATH COLUEIt 'twill be; Unless Btark's shown no chnnge we'll see. ra"The nbove forecasts are iniule ler ii " period of thirty-six hours, ending nt 8 o'clock ito-merrow evening. resiMO ren a kedak. Just where the brook and river met She steed with shy, reluctant feet; Her Uttle shoes were gettlng wet Her russet shoes se trim and neat. I ventured for te question her " Why de you thus se patient wait?" "I'm posing for a kedak, sir...

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. — 22 June 1892

J ' ' .Tfc ! V I Mi W. y K? P. per. te ?v fe4Wti " .". JT VN SS'Z-mmm Jm tJL HRjf DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William 11. Cox, JTesldtut Thema A. Davis, Vlet-J'rtiUttnt. William H. Waiwwerth. Jr., Stcrttary and Trtaiurtr. , Themas A. Davis. Editor and ilanagrr. SamuklT. Hickman. Ats't Editor a lulBoekkape r. t BOARD OF DIRECTOR'S. William II. Ce.i, M. C. llrenrLL. AftW A. M. J. Cochran, V. II. Wadiiwertii, Jr.. WW? Themas A. Davi. " flWTOV PiMle Ltilatr Building, .Ve. 10 Eutt In- xTTn.QrmpTTnxsTyr ahvaxce. Out Tirar .......... . - - " OO Mx, JiellUw..- 1 50 Three 31enlh.. .'. - "3 DELI VEXED BY CA RRIER. Ter 31 enth t'etH Tavable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVEIi'TISEIiS. Advertising rates uniform ami reason able and made known en application at the office. IN HOC SIGNO YINCES. A Werd te Republicans. The hope of the ptirty lies lit the exclusion of a stalwart Republican press. The llepub Mean tche reads or etltenclse help te sup sup pert a Democratic paper te ...

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. — 22 June 1892

, wai- .tt. - t -r-"i lMMtMMAlteMft)MiM0v'i MB" laSF V i . t i"? THE DEMOCRATS Opening of the National Conven tion at Chicago, ' v Hen. W. C. Owens, of Kentucky, Tem porary Chairman. DUTerant Committee Named flute Get. ernlnjg the Lint Oonrentlen Adopted, The Convention rauei a Ileinlutlen Sympa'tliz)ag With Mr. Illnlne, Chicago, June 2L The national democratic convention opened during a thunderstorm The noise gt the rain en the, reef almost drowned the noise of the voices within the wigwam. Re peated peals of thunder breke directly ever the structure te the conatematlon of the timid. The Interior of the wigwam was very dark. The bend struck up emd resounding cheer. The music hed a tendency te allay the nervous feeling caused by the darkness and storm. Senater Urlce appeared en the platform ati 12:35, and was greeted by rounds of cheers. There were many empty scets In the gallery, but the body of the hall was well tilled. Soen, Gov. Campbell, of Ohie, entered the hall and was greete...

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. — 22 June 1892

? PJ .. , i'" i. 1 L' .. uf i t h i.i DAliUY (7?m !y3rErusnr MAUjBm jf jxW IThe Editor or The Ledger Is net rcspousl rcspeusl rcspousl bie for the opinions otpressed by Correspond ents; but nothing retlectfng upon the charac ter or hablla of any person will be admitted te these celumus.l OUll AGENTS. The following nre authorized Agents for The Puiilic Ledger In their respectlve local lecal ities: Moranburg Matthew Hetlmau. JMM Rebert IJ. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hawes. Sartltt B. O. Grlgsby. Oraiteeburu C U. Bess. Svrlnqilale C. C. Degman. May.lkk Charles Wheeler. Vanettmry Mrs. Jennle Stewart. Jlft. Carmtl Kelly & Foxworthy. Augxuta Lcander Tully. Peed Jeseph W. Williams. Subscribers will save the trouble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place. BVCorrtJipemlcnU will please send Letter se at tereach us net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Oive fact in at few wenls as possible. We uant news in thin department, and net advertising 'netfen or political ...

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 June 1892

SB & II- m in E?-' K: v Eflr ; IA LKLU l-ftfOR jpttMnal $tainte t3f"J ieu hatttrfend vUtttng you, or you -rtr nAtnn ntntiti nit n ittff. nfVrtJte rlrrin 14 rl tlftM ,r -(ethatrfftct. MStfi. Miss Jennio Heflln is visiting relatives XjVi --and friends at Qcrta, 0. ; ' E. H. Martin is in Chicago attending ' the Democratic Convention. ' Miss May Buferd of Covington is visit- 2) , Ing Miss Llllie Mny Themas. :. Miss Lettie Perrine of Tucknhec ia the h, guest of Mrs. E. P. Browning. K&v Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellis have re- ''.Murned irem a visit te Covington. Wjfc i'' Demi,y Collector E. Rebert Blnine of "i .'Lexington was in the city last nigut. H ' . Miss Jullu Myall of Mayslick is the : 'v, guuai 01 iiira. j. r. iuwiiuj; ui iuriiaiu. IJs.Geergc W. Breadwcll of Irenton is in ,- the city en a visit te relatives ana menus. 'Miss MattleScudder is visiting rclntlvcs & ; t;and attending the convention at Carlisle. Sl" L irinn Unlit. Ul.nnUlln nf HTnnnn tn n. Carlisle, visiting her...

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 June 1892

,? '.V E . a r 'I . m LV t i .? 'TSv .Si 'fMWl f" Jr0J M l-iaitfPBSaR&C Thfl S'Tall at x'iih ii fN 'iHt'tt-i i "j'jj-Bar 1 B :x-fl7l P 'n -Cfc. -AVMKI Xi'L. . i'i,r . immmm DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. VYIJLIJAM It. COX, TllOMA A. IUVIS, Jrttttitnt VleflttUltnt. William It. Waiwwerth. Jr., Secretary and rreaturrr. TltOMAH A. DaVH. .... Edltei and Manager. SAMUEL T. HICKMAN. Ass't Editor and Roekkcryirr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WlM.UK U. Ce.x, M. C. KUKSt LL, A. M. J. Cochran, W. It. Wadhwekth, Jr.. Themas A. Davi. nWWV Public IsdCiT Building, .Ve. 18 .Erut VHrJ-yj' Third Strut ., , SUBSCRIPTI0X8-1X A D 'A XCE. One "Vcnr ... - 'NIxMentlw - Three Jleuttw. SI M) 1 30 75 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per .Menth .. Ceulu Payable te carrier at eml of month. 10 ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. HOC SIGNO VIXCE5. A Werd te Republicans. The huyte of the party Ilea In the expansion of a stalteart Iteinibllcitn press. ...

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 June 1892

fl. r 7U te .-.. .-An J ..... r ii f 'V 1-. CkEVEIND f;7)'. Nominated Fer President by the Democratic Convention. The Platform Provides Fer a Tariff Fer Revenue Only, '.;'" An'rt 1 Against the Tre Cole of Silver , '. Free Trails I'Unk Substituted Per i'i. , the Committee's Repert The Ment '' itadlcnl Declaration Ker Made. , - Reoenil Day. '',' Chkm'ue, June "i At 11:80 Temporery Chairman Owen rapped the convention tu '( v order," and. culled 'upon Rev. Alfred Henry, of the Methodist Episcopal church of Chicago. He asVed'Uiut the convention te guided te ,. . cheese 4 representative sensitive of modem ' 'V- progress, and democrne j, and prayed that the '. i party might proceed te victory net for tbe t . . spoils of'efllce. Just os the prayer concluded f' the Iowa phalanx entered the hull, the big blue - ' banner with the pldture or Herace Deles borne In front et them. There were cheers from all parts of the hall, and the band very Inap propriately struck up ''Maryland, My Mary land." ...

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 June 1892

PF (J. - ',! '. tft ,AY -. A (A. i r :.' iKtLi, - ipt- un , ; h- . Our DAILY j"jMBijim 7&rv "&rJ&Tlnr IThe Editor of Tub liEDQEii Is net respensi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing retlectlng upon the charac ter or habits of any person will lie admitted tothese celumns.1 OUIl A0ENT9. The following are authorized Agents for Tub Puiilig Lkhekr In their respective local lecal ities: Meranburv Matthew Hedman. Helena Hebert n. Cord. Minerva Frank.W. Hawes. Sardlt D. G. Orlfisby. unmefnuru J. ll. uess. SprtnudaU" C. C. Degman. Mawi feMtnlIrk Charles Wheeler. Vancebura Mrs. Jennle Stewart. Mt. Cannd Kelly & Foxworthy. Augutta Lonnder Tully. PdJeseph W. Williams. Subscribers will save the treuble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place. WCernxwl:nt will please tend Letters se as te reach us net lntr than 0 o'clock a. m. Oive facts in an few words as jstssiMe. H'e uwit wtrs Wit department, and net advertising not...

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 June 1892

PWf v L. J . .jJjjS.' j ,-fc.V ! 'Jk M . t MV $A tet r I !W J FO, fc'S ? : i 1 Vflf" )geimi points US'" J ieu havefrttnd vltttlng tu, or f iem are otttne (itnty en u tfll, Im ilnip u n note (0 tmt rffcct. Captain Jehn Hmall has returned from the " Wigwam" at Chicago. . Sirs. W. II. Owry of Irenton Is visiting Mr, and Mrs. Simen Nelsen. Miss Flerenco Wilsen la visiting her uncle, J. N. Wilsen, nt Dever. Xftdfi Pmmn Wlinnint inarntiimnri tmm irVPwoeds, where she has been visiting Itf -the Misses Field. -;;" aits, a. jnprns 01 rans is spenuing me eummer with the family of a. M. Hud Hud eon of Aberdecn. Miss Lida Dlackburn O., is visiting Mrs.J. M. East Third street. Mlddletewn, Ballenger of Captain J. C. Power and daughter Miss Bessie of Aberdeen are visiting his daughter Mrs. Charles Brown at Ports mouth. ' Mrs. E. II. Blaine, after n visit te her parents, Colonel and Mrs. Frank S. Owens, has returned te her home at Lex ington, accompanied by her sister, Miss Llda Owens. Lieutenant an...

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. — 24 June 1892

KMiiflttttMUtfWffVt'MAtfAffMfiV tt4pii Mh IMlUMIIkaaaik . . . J . . "V. I.. r. Eu ' V uf .r f L ' Public 2&ej m$tx DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WllUAK 11. COX, JYfUUlU Tiiemah A Davis, I'ict-PrfUttnt. WillIAm it. Wahihehtii. Jr., iterttary amt Titatuia. Themas A. Davis Klltei mul Manager. SAytVXlsT.lllCKMX'S.AtftEiUtertintl RoeUrrpfr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS WilUaK H. Cox, 1. C. Huniill, A. Mi J. Cochran, W. It. Wahmh ukth, Jr.. Themah A. Davis. OFFICE p"l,,e Zdptr RuiUUng, -Ve. 10 Eutt TMnt Street SUI1SCRIPTI0XS-I.Y A D VAXCE. One Year . -. . . SI Nix Months 1 30 Three Meuth ..... 3 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth ......... . 2.1 IViila Parable te carrier at end et month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform ami reason able ami made known en application at the office. IN HOC S1GN0 VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. The hope of the party lies In the expansion of a staheart Republican preis. The Repub I lean trio reads or otherwise help te sup pert a Democratic pape...

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 June 1892

E?PJ!pwsl?55p0 ' v 'i 3Pf rt m w hi V !.' ff ' f. A w t If ' r-Tl 'Tl ri ,rtm VICE PRESIDENT. a p'Hen., Adlai E. Stevenson, of 111- ,; V! neis, the Nominee Fr.finv firnt; Mnrsn nnrl Mitchell. h a . "-' , I"7 " Oe. Hele Decline te Accept Sfireutl I'lacit A IMoTement te Shut Out the V Uiiwlln'c Moh of Speculator! Which Attend All Nutlenal Convert tlnnt. Ciucaoe, Juuu St. At 2:&5p tn., Chairman Wilsen called ihe convention te order, and prayer wan offered by ihe Rev. Thes Green, at lOWA Tlicthalriruu Gentlemen of the Convention, i' ', the next business befere the convention will be ,', ' the nomination of a candldate for tbc ofuce of & ' 'vlcu president of the United Slates (Cheers.) The chair will new direct the clerk te call the roll of the suites for nominations for that office On motion of Gov. Perter, of Tennessee noroi neroi norei natlng speeches were limited te live minutes each, and seconding speeches te two minutes each, and the roll was proceeded wlUi. When the clerk ...

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 June 1892

m '! m , r IV OUR I daily - " jtW- ln3CQlter (The Editor of The Lkdeku Is net responsl respensl responsl bie for the oplulens expressed by Correspond ents'; but nothing reflecting upon the charac ter or habits of any person will be admitted te theee columns.! OUll AGENTS. The following are authorized Ascents for The Public Lkdekh In their respective local lecal ities: Mernnbutv Matthew Heffman. Helena Hebert II. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hawcs. San-B. O. Orlgsby. OrangeliurgC. H. Ress. Sprtngdale C. C. Dcgmnn. Maysllck Charles Whoelor. Vancebure Mrs. Jetinle Stewart Mt. Carmrl Kelly & Foxworthy. Augusta Lcander Tully. Pd-Jeseph W. Williams. Subscribers will save the treuble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place. WCorrwpendnto iclll please tend Letters se at te reach us net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Qivc tacts in at few words at possible. We want news (n thl dcfxirtment, and net advertising notices or jmUUcal argument. SVMSOIhiLK. Jnme Dunbar o...

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 June 1892

:,,PIHIUSW55G? 11 VM . i ' ??rm "' " "ttv YA' irm.: WF??mVz!5P& .' v- - ' ? j" rv? 7fl;;;.r '? ;, '.r r, ? t,; k ) "" 4 t .. -. - ' ' . fT m in.K V,' Ms W-Hj-.m 1 T ,T1W f &. . .,- V; ;V M : l v i' - I : c - .1 ft i i MDt .Urafl34 Icvsauat point 3r"J ieu have friends vMtttui tmi, or je are t;elii(7 ntcay eim c((, )(mc drop te a e(e le Mat tfftcU E. Stanley Lee arrived tills morning en n visit te his family. Jeiin L. Ceylo of Lexington was here this week visiting friends. Mls9 Anna R, Adell of Cincinnati Is in town en a visit te friends. Xftefl Trlrt Tl "PVlrrtrtttrla a aftnfrwllnrr Inn j.V Y- P." B. C. E. at Fletningsburg; 3M - ' - ' Miss Mnry Hall Is visiting Misses Alma I,V and. Emily lcsbtt at Owlngsvllle. J- Miss Stella Charles of Tepeka, Kan., Is visiting her sister,. Mrs. A. Frbst. Miss Lucy Nichelson and Miss Maggie Sulser are visiting Mrs. Heiyy Held at Newport. Miss Bertie Winter and G. Morg. Strlcklett ef1 Vauceburg are guests of W. H. Bell and familv. 'Wi. O- R- I...

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 June 1892

s t J "'. '! m. 9ub'litSPfel9et DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, 1IY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. t WJLltAW It. Cnx. JttttUnt Thevi i A. Davi, I'lrffreiMtnt. William II. Vapwuktii Jr.. Jcrec:ry cimJ 7Vfltirri Themas A. Da VI. .rllei niil .Vmuicrr. SamvelT.HickvaN, ' JEiWefttmf Xeakkerper. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WILLI II. Cox, M. C. Kt's'KLL, A.M. J.CeciniAN. NV. It. Waiiuwektii, Jr Themas A. Davi. ht' nWTfP PtMlc Lnlgtr JlutUUng, Xe. JO Eatt J VJ!H,bTMrtlStr(il. . . . . . SVBSCRIPTJOX9-IX A D X'A XCE. h 'One Year .. . 83 00 &' Six Menth.... 15" Three Menth.... - - DELIVERED 31' CARRIER. Per .Menth. S5 IViil Tnvftbte te currier nt cud of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en cyyjiuifiOH at ' the office. IN HOC SIGNO VIXCES. A Werd te Republicans. The hoi of the party lies In the exiHintlen of a staltmrt Republican pre. The Repub lican trio reatU or ethertche help te sup port a Democratic paper te the exclusion of one of his own party neicspaperi i untrue t...

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 June 1892

? ' l vil , -; it IW'VGr iE5fL wkV - HS Vl zswp pjEtL ls f. y. f i& ml BLOODY DUEL They Fought With Swords and One Was Slain. The Marquis De Meres Kills Capt. mayur near runs. rl lilt "Was A Duel Between the Twe Men Te the Denth The Marquis anil Ills fciecendi Have Deen Placed Under Arrest Fer the Captain's Murder. Pajub, June 25. A warrant has been Issued for the arrest of the Marquis de Meres and the seconds in the duel e Thursday, which resulted In CapU Mayer's death. The Marquis says that the conditions of the dncl were such that no fatal result was te liave been' expected. It was agreed that the duel should be fought with swords. The duelists were net te ceme te the closest quarters, and were te cease when one of the combat ants received a wound that would place him in a position inferior te his adver sary. When all the preliminaries had been arranged and the duelists had taken their positions the usual signal was given. The marquis made a direct thrust with his weapon, whi...

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 June 1892

t If Z r 1 r w oval wniin. Wffi IThe Editor of Tiik Lrdebh Is net responsi ble for tbe opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing retlcctlng upon tlochurao tlechurao tlochurae tor or habits of any person "ill be admitted te these celumns.l eun aekn,T9. The following nre authorized Agents for Thk Peulie I.kdekh In their n spcctlic local lecal ities: Meranburu Matthew Hotfrenn. JMcun-'-ltobert It. Cord. Mtntrta Frank Wi Hawcs. Sanlli U. O. Orlksby. Oranetlmrv C. It. ltem, SprinuttaUQtCt Oeirman. Mau'lttH Charles Whoelor. VteiMtiury Mra. Jpniile Stewart JMt, Cnniw J Kelly & Foxworthy AtHnnira iiennderTuiiy. Pl-Jeseph W. Williams. Subscribers will sae the treuble of letter lettor lotter writing by vuylng their subscription te the Agent at their place. BTCorrciemlfntti uill please tm Letters te as te reach us net later Utando'cleck a. m. Give taeU In as few words as jxwiiiltlc. We uant news in this ilejxirtmeut, and nut advertising notices or lUical arguments. fil'llISOn.tLH....

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 June 1892

" 3 T 'C.-S ' wjrm i - 1 jr-T r 'i '. n v: W. & lt:s. -X I n.j f personal ipeints Wlf ju have frltmlt vMtliw ieu, or irni ongoing away en a vMt,iltiue tlni tun n( ( iier arm. Mrs. Carr's. Charles F. Ball Is en n visit te . William II. Cox spoilt Sunday with bis family at Glen Springs. lv Miss Anna Llvozey of New Cnstle, Inil., M? Is visiting Mrs. Ernle White. fe Dr. James Ai Metcalfe and family have returned te their hemu in California. Goereo T. Barbour returned home this . morning from Harvard College. ;MUs Ira May Procter of the Sixth -Ward Is visiting friends at Hewurd. , Mrs. J. II. Rains Is visiting her father, AV; H. Tarlten, near Washington. ' Senater Wall end Representative Fra 1 zee spent Sunday with their families here. City Clerk O'Hnre and Henry Shea have returned from the Chicago Conven tion. &-- .., . James Allen of Vancebun,', a former attache of The Ledger, is in the city te-day. Mrs. Themas Wilsen of Deve is visit ing her father, James Tucker, near Wash ' i...

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 June 1892

v nwr ' : V M ' V '.". ' ', iaiHitt pty DAILY. KXOKIT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WII.MAM It. CeV, jretUnt Tlll)MA A TUVIH, I'tfJ'iiiUUnt. Willi m II. WAiwweimi , .Ir , tcrtljiry unit Tieanurer. TmeMah A. DaVI '(IHei diiij Mamicer. BAMCKI.T. Hickman. Ain't JAHernnil floekketptr. HOARD OF DIRECTORS. WilliaU H. Cox, 31. C. IU'mxi ll, A. 3t. J. Cochran, V. H. Wahhuehtii, Jr Themas A. Davis. nRVTnV Publte Ltdgtr SulUUivj, Xe. 10 Eiut SVRSCRIPTIOXS-IX ADYAXCE. Ou "Vear 8a 00 Nix Months. 1 30 Til roc Menth 3 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth . -a IViitu Payable te carrier At end of month. te AbVEnrisEits. Advertising rates uniform and reason able dtid made known en apjdkatien at the office. IN HOC SIGNO VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. Tlte hejie of the party lUs In the r;mleii of a stalwart Republican pre. The Repub lican tche reads or ethcrtclse helps te sup jwrt a Democratic paper te the exclusion of one of his ein mrty newspapers Is untitle te the Republican cause. Unanimously subscr...

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 June 1892

ii njiP n.wqff".i p van iia n'mi'i"HMwaM nMiiKA.niKirsrfgaMmiiiggKMgjMjjAf:Mi-a ,T ij,1 ? r -' 'xr liV'V ,3 ... i fc, w''Mnf Lm3m'jmm.imMrufnaJimmMmMmmmmamr.'vimiamimmnam:mBiMmiiiiJ'' B V ?! I' I, !U p : - 7 - TWELVE KILLED ' J(-' 'The Number of Injured Will Feet Up Fifty. 4 Jtv Twe Sections of an Express Collide at Harrlsburg, Pa. The Cur riled Op In Confusion Forty Feet High A Deluge efllnln Pour Down nt the Time, Causing Incenveni ence Hebblug the Deud. IlAnuisnune, .Tunc 27. The most fearful wreck which has ever occurred . In this city took place Saturday morn mern ing. The first section of the Western express, which is clue here seen after midnight, was Hngged below the city because it was very Jute. The second section cairic thundering along at the rate of 45 miles per hour and dashed into the first section, killing twelve and injuring nearly fifty. The following are the identified dead: Richard Adams, Harrlsburg. Gene'Qerich, Norrlstevvn, Pa. Hecbrah, Missouri. Daniel Mosslsi...

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 June 1892

mK -v rt' fcl Wi Hue b DAILY L . 5J2fi(F" .-..----w"S-kiE IThe Editor of Tub Ledeeu ft net respond ,tle for the opinions oxprcsseJ by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon the charac ters habits of any person will be nilmlttcd te these columns.! OUIt AOKNTS. The following are authorized Agents ter The I'll n me L.kiekk In their r- spectlve local lecal ities: Aferrjnhiiii Matthew Hen man JfrteM lthirt H. Cord. Mlntrca Frank W. Hhwes. Sanl(-. O.Gilgsbv. Orxinutlniiy 1 It. He. SvrinmltiU 0. C. Deirman. Maylich Charles XV heeler. Vaneelnuv Mrs. JpihiIe Stewart. ilt. Caimel Knllvt. Foxworthy. tU0iw((i IiOHinler 'I'ully. Pceii-Jeseph xv. Williams. Subscribers will save the trouble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place. WCerre)xmleiit trill pltane send IMttr se as tereachus wit later than 9 o'clock a.m. Oive tact in a few, wents an jxitidble. We irnnt tieirs (it thin riejxirtmeut, anil net advertising tiettces or )M)ltlciI argument. INFORMATION ...

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