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

m' BANK ROBBED. iflP&& tiHBrv fc n i.H if.l &-: " I r- feK f$-t Yii s !H H, A jfc Kiff"wi,,"',',,j)taMii',',,Mflii',,e I- I -! I II dPifiPiliHP' I IIH'I l-c jMff V Mhs Llllle FJelg of Itlplcy Is visiting A 1 jM-F Mil y fiH?SBft?.SSJpfe3 " M 1 J 1 1J hE!Yt Will Lewis of Ripley is visiting rcla !$ ... . FIRST YEAR. MAYSVILLK KY., ItttMmtK ftlrs' Al " uioemuejii anu inmiiyei - . mm NowpartareBumn!rhLK.nA,Cn.ccn. KEmJ Ry m ER REp HHEr .. .. k Mrs, in . e. Weed of Ferest nvenue has iHr been spending a few days in Cincinnati. iflB&t-)" Mls9 Susie Mi u- N- Schatzmann left fBBEBkiyeqterday te attend Ruggles Camp !Mhh? 'mectingi- Jame9 C. Newcomb. editor of The lice and tbe Rinlev Postefllcc. was in the citv -.yesterday. Mrs. . A. Man nun and diuightcr will leave next week for their home in West Supciier. Wis. Mta Maud Suicdley of Millcrshiiig tins returned home after a visit te the MUses Bland near Sardls SI." "Jelin Crane and fnmlljvtfcnt te Hugglcs J PnitimTrmmil v,fl!nrIn...

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 July 1892

Itmai V9 gf w UUWUn 77 w .' Tp t W '.-.. 5V s$ R' k'fr S V f &.. 2 R. E.v'- , ' if . R m i. fEeget DAILY. KXCEl'T SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WILLIAM It. CX, JYltUUtit Tjiema A. IUvih, VirfJ'lllilUtlt. William It. Waiwwebth, Jr.. Stcrttiiry ami Tteiimrci. Themah A 1 UaVih IXtlter inwl llnnngtr. Pamvel T.Hickman, Am'l Jilllerumt Benkktrper. xe.i jw ey directors. William H. Cox. M. C. ni! ll. A.M.J. Cechkan, V. It. Wadiavektii, Jr.. Themah A. IltVlH. .-lt.A pnuhcpn nwmv Public L'tlp'r llutMInt), Se. te Edit " VJJriljJi Thlr.1 Slrr.t Sl'BSCRIPl IOXS-IX A D VAXCE. Oh Year V Nix Jfenlli 1 no Three1 .MenOi-. "H DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Ver Meuth 1M Vnl Payable te carrier nt end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. IN HOC SIONO VIXCES. A Werd te Republicans. The hope of the jkjWi llei lit the Rrjxi iiWnii of a ttttltcitrt Ucpultltcutt iiren. The Jlrpiih I lain tr10 reitiU or othenrlve hilpt te mip lHTt a Item...

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 July 1892

'masm "wer:1 $." 7 nip'fi "i iMipy ttMnVXMiHMMU fmTAM 1ttM " ' ' !" MaMIIMtlMMWf '.lrfll rTMCTlBViMlMrN,'flMM'nOtebi Mwimm f i ! "MMi iirrsn' irr w wm &mMm ' SrV. . ff ' .$ t ' i. I-', .n, ' r.a I 7. t-i -!'? V. !. O APPALLING. W Over Fourteen Thousand Perish en Sangia Jsland. f, Details of the Terrific Eruptions of the Volcano Gunena. ' Tbe Island New Threatened Willi 1'aruluc, All the Creps Ilavliijr llcen Destroyed Tbe Eruption Cuius Without the Slightest Selsinle Warning. Amsterdam, July 23. The Handcls- ff blad, of this city, publishes letters from Celebes giving details of the recent -eruption of the volcano Gunena, en flrnf. Snnfrlf. Tclnnrl Tin ernnflrm v', , commenced at 0 p. m. en a day early in L'TV June, and was unhenralded bv the f"-' slightest seismic warning. Immense of fctenn Buddcnlv burst from the vel- 'cane. The stnnpfi fnll n.11 ever the l lain v 1 11 1 1 f luiHilHiijlA n 4 n ne tti lt were busy in the fields getting in the rice crop. These who succeeded in r...

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 July 1892

WW$&HmWW- jhhhp - - rat If: B IP ' f ' t &' m X rn ' 'ri. r ?? 'V '; M5i mt ' W WajXtfiL'l K OURJ da IW m M$PJJ7J&su , (Tbe Editor of Tiik Ledger Is net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend ents: but nothing reflecting upon thu elm me ter orehablts of any person will be admitted te these, columns.! eun agents. The following are authorized Agents for Tna Public IiGiiOEit In their respective local lecal ities: Memnbum Matthew IletTumt). Helena Hebert II. Cord Minerva Frank W. Hawes. Sanltf H.G.GrlKsby. OranechuraC It. Hes,. JSuHiifjiInfc C. C. Degman. JtdiWM Charles Wheeler. Vtinctfnirt; Mrs. Jennte Stewart. Mt. Carmel Kelly & Foxworthy. AU(J(I( lieunder Tully. I'ti-Jeepu w . Williams. Subscribers will ae the tniuble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place. WOwwjmiitlfiibi icitl j)leae send Ltltcr m i ferrnrh u net Inter than 9 o'clock i. m. Give facts In a few went an jhwIMc Il'e trant nem in t...

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. — 29 July 1892

I .( jp'p' -njj' r '& : H' . &?&&?&' "fn r i ' i W' i K I .' -V 4- i - i . i. is. 6 ft V s 'fitT- it ' IV ' ! 5JJ evsenal $1 e ints 3ff"7 you irterk)ilf vMttna teu, or 1 jh arc unlnu away en a viit,plc.M (Imp unit note e that tSict. I). Desmond is visiting relatives in Lewis ceuuty. H. Cnrrell and son of Manchester are visiting G. W. Oldham. v Mrs. Kate Wallingford lias gene te "White Sulphur Springs. M. Lalley of Covington is visiting his ' -cpusin, Themas W. Lalley. Mrs. W. C. Shackleford will spend ome time at Dig Bene Springs. Ueptnin Vul P. Cellins of Covington is en an extended business trip up Kanawha. Miss Lucy Sidwell of Seuth Itipley is visiting Miss Bertie Rudy of tin Fifth Ward" Dan Perrjneef the First National Hank has returned from a husiness trip te Muu cic, Ind Miss Itanklns of Augusta is visiting the family of Mr. Themas Allisen, near Washington. Mis Man Paxtnn and MUs I'hrebc Paxteu have returned te their home in Platte City, Me. Miss Mattie Tel...

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. — 29 July 1892

??? ? ",v'r,,,irw ''1ij Nfe m : j n "-ljn i ml 4 Tj fc$i 5 '1 SrVrV, Ki r ,f 'tt w f c M Tti J r. IW pa ftd yi $ . JHnAtlV.' - I !-, '.TifcL nunc DAILY. KXUEIT SUNDAY, MY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William 11. Cox. JttMilUllI Tiiem t A l)AVn, VtCflftiMtnt. William II. Waiwwerth, Jr.. Srcrrtaryamt Tituiurtr. Themas A.Davi Rllter ami Matutgtr. Sam CELT. HICK van.. I 't E1 Iter mid Roekkttpcr. HOARD OF DIRECTOR'S. WlLLUV It. CW, M. C. ItlXKLl. A. SI. J. t'OCHHAN, W. It. Wadhwektii, Jr., i Themas A. I)avi. nWTOV Public J.'ltlr RulMIng, Xe. 10 Eat! SVRSCRIFT10XS-IX ADVAXCE. 4a Yrnr -.. S Mi Slenllis ..- I Thre JIentli. . .. .3 DELIVERED JtT CARRIER. Ier Menth a tVnU Parable te carrier nt eml of mentli. .TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. IX HOC SIfiXO YIXCES. A Werd te Republicans, X7ie heiw ' the arty llvi In the r;fisfen of a stiilirnrt UtpuMlean jre. The Repub lican irie read or etliertehe help In ij ij pert ii Ifemecrutlc...

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. — 29 July 1892

;."j ii-'' -'yfrrim :' '. T.V1 9 J.. . 1. :. M." V V H m . r. "-VMVJU. Will He Get a New Trial for Poisoning Mrs. Barnaby? Briefs Submitted te the Colerado Supreme Court. Twbnty-Peut Errors lutlioJUscnrdClnlmed x by the Counsel for Plaintiff In ICrrer, Itdt He ltelks Only Upen;six Tlie UucUlen U Kxpocteil Soen. r IjENVEn, Cel., July 29. Atty-Gen. Jeseph U. Muupln has filed a brief of ferty-seven ptiffcs in the supreme court for the state of Colerado defendant in error In the case of TH Thatcher Graves, new under sentence of death for the inurder e'f IMrs. Barnaby l)y poisoning. The counsel for plaintiff in error as-signedtwenty-feur errorsln-the record but rolled only upon six. Thebrlef says: It would be remark able indeed If In the record of a case which was based solely upon circum stantial evidence and which consumed six weeks in trial there should net ap pear' some things which Ingenious coun sel could, if for no ethor reason, assign as errors with some degree of plausibil ity. ...

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. — 29 July 1892

s . r SrJtSAlJKJ'JJ.JStJ CITY,DIOTOTr. i&&Pl&P)PXP &A ft A til V 1 tv. s. If in I.' 'i ; t V . " I r. Mr. r" . US' T. i ' . Our - da r tThe Editor of Tub Ledeeh Is net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing relleetlng upon the charac ter or habits of any person will be admitted te thcsocelumns.l OUIl ArtENTsT. The following nre authorized Agents for Tub Puulic Lmiemi In their respective local ttles: Mntwiburv Matthew Hetlmtin IMtm Rebert II. Cord. Mtnct t'd rrank W. Hawes. Sartlln 11. Q. Oriusbj. Oranucburu C. It. Ress. SprlitifllaleC. C. Degman. Maylick Charles Wheeler. Vancdmiv Mrs. Jcnnle Stew art. .Vt. Ctiiiiiei Kelly & Foxworth). Auausla LoanderTully. iVrii Jeseph v . Williams. Subscribers will savu the trouble of letter writing by paving their subscriptions te the Agent at their place. aBCoiTrjj)e(iitnt uill please neml Letter hi atercaclius net later than 0 o'clock a. in. GIM facts in a few tennis an ixisniblc. We mint news...

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 July 1892

WHtftW&G!t X "K JSP? .- iJSW; S ' T" i j i ir . r I iTHE CAMPAIGN. Chairman W. F. Harrity Selects His Advisers. WARNINGS Te the Locked-Out Men Who Returned te Werk. DAILV PUBLIC . LEDGER i f !- f J jJr J -,-s lift' tV "'5t . eA A i t ' 'V ' . i , t 2 r wit " Senater Cat Brice te Head the Cam paign Committee. ' llnrrlty l'lckt Out Able and Weil-Known CDemecraU, With' an Admlmlile DUtrl. button hi te the Mute Meeting I of the ninpalRD Commlttre. New Yeiik, July 30. After several days of deliberation with Messrs. Calvin S. llrlce, Wm. C. Whitney and ethors, Chairman W. P. Harrity, of the demo cratic national committee, announced Prlday afternoon the names which have been selected for the national, execu tive and campaign committees. They are as follews: 'W. P. Tarpcy, California; Chas. L. Themas, Colerado; Carles French, Con necticut; Samuel 1'u.sce, Flerida; Clark Hewell, jr., Georgia; J. .1. Richardson, ?jt ,Iowa; Chas. V. Ulair, Kansas; Themiis r" H. Shcrlcy, Kentucky; .Tames "J...

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. — 30 July 1892

r" ? ft I ft: y?y .' I V us Hi Y In. i' - ,i: 'af T .K :.f '1 7s Vm r"ftlr f I.1 wrr. it. A fe M rt rt V if iVhtJtjfi'l ., t .f ma mw "NflW8 DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC "LEDGER CO. William II. Cyx, i'rfitli Tiiuma A. 1HMS YttfPirthlfnt Willi km II. VVuverth. Jr Mrrttiiryiimi Titmurrr. Tiiewah A. Davie. . SamuklT.Hiekmav Klllet niul Mntuigrr. Ais't Rltteramt Baek-ktuxr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS W1M.UU H.t'OX, 31. C HVMILL, A. 31 J. Ceciikav, W. It. Wadhwerth, Jr , TllOVAH A. I)AV1. fiWTOK Public Lrilatr BulbUng, A'e. 10 East SCBSCRIPTJOXA-1X A D VA ATA'. One Vein- . . W 00 M .Menth 1 no Three JIeuOi , . 3 DEUYEKED BY CARRIER. Per .Menth . '-it Out" PAabV,' te carrier at enil el month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. A Werd te Republicans. The Aujie of the lirttl llr- I" the exnnlei of it stalwart ItepuMlcim lire. The Vfcnili 1 1 con trlte reailt or etherielne if), te i;i imrt a Democratic ;;t the ixrlnilen of on...

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. — 30 July 1892

ay " T i 7& mil 9B. mm K 9& Be''' Btl"'' Kt " 2SM IP1 i tJj fc i-v fir" fig? fcr. V hf. Itf" a? ' li-' - ' Rt ? RUN DOWN. LKV i -r j Outlaw Broek'shire Trapped in an Orchard, Tried te Sheet, But the Sheriff Get the IWY" Drep en Him. -'"'1 V. An An pry Meb Ferm ns lie I Token te l'rlsouTliere U Little Doubt lint That tli 3lurilorer or .Jullrr Tipton Will lie Avenged te the l'ull JJxtent. Richmond, Ky., July 80. HroeUhhlre, the slnycr of Jailer Tipton, of Ment- ? ornery county, and his two deputies, lewurd nnd Itnyburn, was captured by Sheriff Dates, of this county, at neon Friday. He had been iu the county several days since tlic deed was com mitted, licing at the R., N., I. and li depot only Thursday. liroekshire made his appearance tit Valley view Friday morning. He went in to the Valley view Supply Ce.'s store and there bought some cartridges and pro pre visions. He looked somewhat surprised , and uneasy. Werd wns at ence sent te . the sheriff, who responded promptly.- Up-...

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. — 30 July 1892

' I Hi ft' ," 1JSt ( 1 . -..m: u r,. '?i& -x . ti; ;f; 1M A ?r . Wl . - r-yr '-In I K . m ' 0 w-JOrl Our (The Editor of Thk Ledeeh Is net responsi ble for tlie opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon thocharac thecharac tcr or habits of any person will be admitted te these column?.! OUll AUENTS. The following iire authorized Agents ler The rum.ie Lkdeeii In their rispectlve local lecal ities: ,, ' Memnhutv Matthew Htrtfman. lltltna Kehert 11. Cord.' Minerva Frank W. llawes. Sartlt 11. O. Grlgshy. Oronet'iiiry 0. It. Hogs. SiirfiHAtale C. C. Degman. iUUIfcfc Charles Wheoler. ViwcMn Mrs. Jennle Stewurt. ML Cannel Kelly A: Foxworthy. dtwaWa Lomider Tully. i'crd-Jeseph W. Wlllliuns. Subscriber will no tliu treuble or letter writing by pacing their subscriptions te tlie Agent nt their place. trCerre)xmilrnti trill ideate, tend I.cttci ni a te reach u net later than D o'clock a. m. (live fact In a few until an peiibte. He nam newt In thl deixtrtment, and net...

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

.....'.i..iiM!j-' .''. . .. f , . ''; WWPf? V 1 '- - - ' ' mum i .-,r HP n fit wis.'" Pi : -V' -V- V y 3 - -J -I T " m - ' 7, gt WT- TERRIBLE FALL. fe s Balloonist Hepe's Parachute Fails fifi:' te Werk. . jHe. Dreps te Instant Death a Distance of Half a Mile. He Lands In Slough With Such Velocity That Hey Was ilrlvcu, Twelve Feet Inte the Mud The Hotly Was Net 'itecevered Fer un Heur. St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 1. A thrill of horror ran through, the great crowd which gathered at Invcr Greve late Sunday afternoon te witness the bal loon ascension, when Prof. Edward llepe dropped half a mile te Instant death. Ills badly Inflated bnlloen had gene up u little mere than half a mile when It began te descend, and a west wind , send it Hying toward the Mississippi river. Hepe be came alarmed and dropping himself ever the edge of the basket, cut the parachute nwuy and started dewnwurd. Owing te some defect In the machinery the parachute failed te spread and the professor came down with awful velo...

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

-i : 9 trt I & i if P. T i a? w W Pr- '!' iv' - r. . 1V PiNicfe-l'tia DAILY, KXCEPT SUNDAY, MY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WllLIA II. COX. PrtilUnt Tiidma A IUVt. Vitfl'inliltnt. WllLtet It WAlixWOKTII, Jr., .Vrcirltir tdinl 7Vfuni?r Themh A. UaVK. tMllei amlMaiwetr SAMUKt,T.ItlCKMAV..I7',llOTfIlllJ00ffJ)r. ilO.JA'D OF DIRECTOR? Wtt.Ll.iU It. Ce, M.C IU'FLL, A M J. Cechhiv, W. II. WAlnmeKTH.Jr . Them t A. D vvi. nKVTOV PvNIt Itilgtr BhIUUhe, Xe :0 Tint SVBSCRIPTIOXS-IX.iDV.tyCK. Our Ynir . S M Six Menth . 1 3 Thr' Sfeutli .. . 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. IV r Meutli . !i1 I'rnlK Payable te carrier nt end of month TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and oiso eiso oise able and made kneicn en application at the office. IN HOC SION'O VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. The liejH' of the jnnty IU i In the expansion of a staltcart Heintblicttn jr. The Jtenub llcitn tche reiid or otherwise heljis te ny Hrt a Democratic ixijier te the exclusion of one of hi etcn putty hi ; It untme te the ICej...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 1 August 1892

- I. A .f 1 1 ii t "' '" iiiTtTr-TT ii ii 7T ftfrTW r i .-( 3 I' '-J!, v 4' -iV - 'H fi : v i (if ': iiM. " JU'J THE MAFIA. Chief Gaster, of the New Orleans Police Force, Receives a Startling Letter Frem a Supposed Maflaist, Asking a ltnnsetn Fer Judge Mnrr, Who Disappeared Lnst April The .Judgn Will lie Freed for One Hundred Dollars-It Is Net Credited. ,Nnw Ohleans, Aug. 1. Chief of Po lice Gaster received a letter from what ' is supposed te be the mafia. The letter was inclesed in an old en velope, with a skull and cress-bones en it. It was sent from the New Orleans pest efllcc, and an air of mystery hangs about it. The writer is net known, but invest!- (rations will be set en feet te find him, and matters will be pushed until he is discovered. Nunnez appears te live in this city and te have connections in St. Leuis. Following is the letter: NEV OltLEANS, July 20, lS9i Te Chief of Police Gaster: Sir We have In our possession Judge Mnrr: will deliver him In your hands for i5W, or w...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 1 August 1892

i ii " " 11 ; 4f fTf T KENTUCKY'S "BLUE RIBBON" FAIR. K OxJ v i DALLY AWU- X ' ' " it MM OUR iiiM l' I' II ! Piru5jririsW lN lj-.Si, ' vs V IV 1 fev-J A ssf : v te. 4 - ; r '.A' , ,fe i, 14 7 1 mmvi IThe Editor et The Ledglh Is net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing rclleetlng upon thecburiie thecburiie ter enhablts of uuy pcisen will be admitted te these columns.! OUH AUCN1S. The lollewlnir are authorized Agents for Tub Punum Lkdeeii In their nspectire local lecal ities: Mnninhuiv Matthew llettmun Jfrttna llebert H. Cord. .Vfnm'rt Frank W. Jluwes. Manlls H.G Grlushy. OntMerimri C. It. lte. , SiirlmnUileC C. Deiriinin Mayltch Chi'rle Wheeler Vancrhuru Mr Jennie Stewart Mt. Carmel Ke'ly it Foxwerthj .Amuida Lennder Tully. IVeil-Jnseph . Wllllam. Subscribers wl1' .Ue the trouble et letter writing by nirlrnr their subscriptions te the Agent at their place. mrCtmciimlfiitn will jtecie eiu! Letter no a tnruich iw nut Inter tlian 0 o'clock u. m. Give f...

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

- HBEr ' ' ' JH3 v ififfiL IIP f' Lv ,; " t' v -I 1 J t n l ST' 1 V bw 1 4 ' '.v. "i Shu M-. I jjl FEELS FINE. Chairman Fricjc Will Soen, Re turn te His Desk. " Bail te Be Furnished for Bauer and Knold, the Suspects. The Striker lime Enrlrelcd the Carnegie Werk nud Will btep Recruits Nen. Union Men Arriving Very Slowly Petition for Arbitration. PiTTsnuneu, Aug. .2. Mr. Frlck passed a comfortable night; gat out of his bed Monday morning, ate a hearty breakfast and no doubt will visit his office later in the week. It is said that no mere bulletins of his condition will be Issued by the attending surgeon. The thirty-third street union mill of the Carnegie Steel Ce., was in opera tion Monday morning with non-union men, guarded by Pittsburgh policemen. The new men were taken into the works under a guard at 0 o'clock in the morning. The exact number of non-union work men, at the Thirty-third street mill is net yet known te Secretary Lovejoy. Ne petition for the appointment of an arbitrati...

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

P"7 Kb . . r ifv' lib p. ST sr r- r,f V . Hi It; I.-rk; ' W r Kifc. t. r & HE c V Uig3rg:j1 T 0 jf ub'licMiget - AlMlflFIl 1 ' ' DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, 1IY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WILLIAM II. COX, J"rr)UUitt Themah A IUvih, X'icfj'reliltnl. William It Waiwwuhtii, Jr., Arcrftaryatut Tnaturei. Tjiemam.I. Davim EttUet mul Managtr. PeiuklT. Hickman, Aaa'tEtlltnrmitt Roekkerrei BOARD OF DIRECTORS, WILLI! H.Cex, M.C. Itt'MlLL, A.M.J.CeCHram, W. H.WtDMWOIlTlt.Jr.. TllOMAM A. 1'AVI. QVpTCK P",,;e tttlgrr Building, AV. 10 -EVuf Tilril ATPfrt, svbscxiptiexs-ix a d va xce. Oue Yenr : 00 Nix .Menth .1 .V) Three Menth ... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. IV r .M en 111 . . a.1 Outa I'nVBbl" te carrier at end of men.li. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rules uniform and reason' able and made known en application at the ejjice. IX HOC SlfiNO VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. The hope vf the party lien In the ri(Hi Wen of a stulivart llepublicitn pre-n. The Iteputf Ucaii trhe retut or ethenrlie help In -up. jmrt ...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 2 August 1892

a SX fji I'w Ir '.T ; kfc.'. rtr ii' t& I 'jt r. BAD AS CHOLERA. Troops Repulsed by Thousands of Rioters. R Battle Between Russian Cessncks and a Murderous Meb, "7!ie Finally Carried the llarrlcudcd . 4 91 squrs Many HUlei anil Wonndetl hlerlen That Chuleru Patients Were llplns I'oliuned Mid It. t St. l'ttTl-ltQllltlin Anrr e Pidvnt. In. formation received in this city from J usliUencl, u small town in Asiatic Kuh- Ela, of Syr-Darya, gives particulars of serious riots which occurred at that pla'je July 0, In connection with the govern ment's attempts te suppress the cholera epidemic. The natives, thinking that the doc tors had been poisoning many patientb who were cholera victims, became great ly excited. Five thousand ungry, excited people suddenly invaded the Russian quarters of the town and wrecked the magnificent rcsi- v -'ilcncc of Deputy Gov. VoutanstsefT, who fled en th,c approach of jthe howling lrieb. His flight was discovered, how ever, and he was pursued and overtaken...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 2 August 1892

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