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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 3 August 1892

OJT "Vj-, MOHD -i " llHu '' Vti' i fit' ;; I prJHE IRON HALL . - Hi-HHt-V- - V KJ' '-Perfectly Solvent, Says Supreme SK l Justice Somerby. ?The.Ceurts, He Declares, is the Proper Place te Settle the Case. He Desires n 'Thorough Investigation Made, 11 ut Decline nt Present te An incr Leading Questions Legitl Pro ceedings Already In the Court. l lNDiANAreus, inn. Aug. 3. Supreme Somerby, of the U USLltC i- lUlilUUll IS. ..Order of the Iren Hall, arrived here Monday night and spent meat of the evening In consultation with his at- ' terneys. He says that he has been spending the last two weeks en an Islapd above Detroit and did uet hear ef'thc application for a receiver for the eracr untu saiuruay nigiu, waen nu ar ranged te ceme here at once. In regard te the charges made against hlm personally he said: "I propose te say nothing. The proper tribunal te try that case Is the court and net the newspapers. I have net read the com plaint and only knew in a general way what he charges are. 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. — 3 August 1892

A'"! ir ;"m vr-i - 3 A V - " P i..v W -, w ! C Vfi , ' V- r rti LA if m A ft 3 $Ht-'icp) DAILY. EXCEIT SUNDAY, MY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William It. Cox. Tjiem A Dam. riM-J'riiMcHf. WitMAV II. Waixweiith, Jr , ' &ec ftfiru iimt Tiinmrtr. Themam A Davis. Eitllei and Manage r. BampelT. HICK 4AS,Au'tEillter and Roekkreper. ZQA.RD.OF DIRECTORS. WlLLUM II. COX, 51. C. 1U'FLI, A. 51. J. Cecjibav, W. JI. Wadiiwerth, Jr., Themas A.Davis. CfFVTnV -Pi'M'e Leagtr Building, A'e. 10 lfst SVBSCRIPTIOyS-IX ADVAXCE. Ou Tfenr S 0 Six .Men IIs 1 Thrff JIeiilli..w. .... "5 DELIVERED RY CARRIER. I'cr.Menlh.. .. - 23 I'piiU Payable te carrier nt eml of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform ami reason able and made known en application at the office. IN HOC Sir.NO VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. The liejH! of the party lie In the expansion of a statical t Uepubllcan fifii. Thf Uepub llcan iche reads or etheitclie helps te muii. pert a Democratic papcv te the exclusion of one of his own party...

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. — 3 August 1892

' cr n r w i! I tf rarv - - ) ' .r K.NI ' Fr't- - "- y- JIVj K :n. ft & j t '";' u. t 2 v tt A'. PDLOT ' in ' vinr.imi7A hi we Kirr f.htrqrrn m it m ,. .- . 4w..u...u .,u w.& wiuub Banking Institutions. ,'t USchrewd Scheme of a Quartet of OflT $ cials Nipped in the Bud. These Slick Schemers Wcre Vouched ler by Wealthy Chicago llellciit-Aii Avulanclie of Fraudulent Taper Flonted Upen the l'ubllc. ..Chicago, Aug. 3. The dishonorable discharge of Geerge Hartels, paying teller of the Central Trust and Savlnirs bank, and his subsequent tlicrht with ."' 3.(100 nf fVin flrfn'e nneli line iuinei.tlin1 a gigantic conspiracy te defraud five Chicago banks. The scheme vas partly successful, and " ever MO.QOO was scoured from llartels' former employers, but was made geed by reputable men who had vouched for the Integrity and business ability of the young men who had engaged in the deal. Anether bank is said te have lest $20,000, which amount was also made geed by the same security. Three...

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. — 3 August 1892

7 V V" BX3RH sn'TrTw. A y- .' KENTUCKY'S "BLUE RIBBON" FAIR OrJSl DAILY B- F" I t 1.1 uwfy HiLr . Wi-r - -- mWmjj t$ :a p . "' i e. I 1 EX k' .' A K f dlThe Editor of TnE Ledger Is net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend ents: but nothing reflecting upon the clmnie clmnie clmnie tor'enhnblts or any person will be admitted te these columns.! OUU AGENTS. The following are authorized Agents for The 1'uulie Li.deeh In their respecth e local lecal ities: Meranhuiv Matthew Hetlman. Jltlena llobert II. Cord. Mtnerva Frank W. Hum cs. Sanlt II. G. Grlgsby. Oranuchuru C. It. Kes. Nirliif;dilc C. C. Dcgmau. flftjlfcf Charles Wheeler. Vaiieteiiiv Mrs. Jeunle Stewart. Sit. Carmcl Kelly & Foxwerthj-. wtiitfiwM i.canuer luny. I'cel Jeseph V. Williams. Subscribers will sae the trouble of letter writing by pa j lug their subscriptions te the Agcut at their place. ftB-OirrwixiiKleifd iclll pleat nnd Letter e catercach iw ittit Utter than 3 o'clock u. tn. di...

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. — 4 August 1892

WV x a i V V V ? vT ft' .4 -. tA & w ly . ( A V rr L . ' ! c FOR MURDER. s. - . EV " X7ciltiAn r Hut Umi Uninlr T rifntrT TJ-V j it.. mi i ' hum rnn KiTiimrmn: lt VAtW A AI.AkV WIIWI gb Anether Chapter Begun in the Great Laber Fight at Homestead. The rrei seating Wltnesses Buy This Action list Been Delayed en Account of the 8hoettag of Manager Krlcfc The Full Text of tlve Charge Made. Pittsburgh, Pa., Aug. 4. The threat ened suits against the Carnegie officials and the Pinkertons, charging them with murder, was began Wednesday morning and warrants issued for the ar rest of the defendants. At 11 o'clock Messrs Brennan, Cox and Hugh Ress, the prosecuting witnesses, went te Al derman King's office en the south side and mode the information and the war rants were issued. 'The information Is as follews: "Com monwealth of Pennsylvania vs. II. C Frlck, T. P. Lovejoy, RebL Plnkerten, Wm. Plnkerten, .7. A. Petter, G. A. Cerey. J. O. A. Lelshman, II. M. Curry, C. W. Bedell, Fred Primer, W...

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. — 4 August 1892

VSB . t r t T ,' " . " ' ''"' 'V';'-'1'- ' ' ' -,- ., L77-' ,t w ll 1 Is. ' kr fc It? !( LiJ iv. I T5-- J VltlMiWl Vltlrhq .,. V I DAILY. KXt'KrT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William 11. Cox, JTtMint Themas A.UaV!, VIcciYnMcnf. William It. Wadxwehtii, Jr.. Sea rtary mul Tiuiiriftr. Thema A. Davis E.llter and Managtt . VamVKLT.'IUckm ax. Au'tXillter anil Boekkiy(r. EOARD OF DIRECTORS. WllXUW It. COT, M. C. RVSFLL, A. M. J. Cechhan, W. It, Wauhwektii Jr.. Themas A. Davis. nVTTTflV PulMt J.f(lgir RulliUnr, A'e. 10 .'ml f-T-PiliV TMrd&tnit. . . . . SCESCRIPT10XS-1X A D Vt XCK. One Year - OO Nisi Meutln - .... . 1 30 -.Three 3Ienlh. 73 DELIVERED BY C.IRRIER. l'rrMnntK ......-. !M Oiiln PixVAbVe te curler nt end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and maik known en application at the office. IN HOC SIGNO YIXCIS. . m A Werd te Republicans. The hope of the jxirly ' Irt Hie expansion of u stalicart Jlepahllcan prti. The llepub. llemi tehe remli or etli...

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. — 4 August 1892

V r. A. . .. i- i i 1 ; ,. .dMLB3 ft " V ;. .T. f r -" ? w -MATCH. pWhat it Did for a Pretty Little LtV Tnrlinnn. VillnerA. . .. t mnw Merchant Steps en a Lucifer, Caus ing it te Explode. A llarrel of (3aellne Iffnltea l-'rem It nnil '''"'' the llusliicst Portion of Harden, Intl., 1 Destroyed Klevtin Men Were Prostrated hy the Ilent- F' Louisville, Aug. 4. The prosperous anu beautiful little Indiana town el Berden, formerly New Providence, '."eighteen miles north of Jeffersehvillc, v en the lonen, was visited by a fire , Wednesday morning' which nearly de stroyed the business portion of the town. Before the conflagration ,waa under control two squares of business houses were In ashes. . About 8:30 o'clock Mr. Van Gilder, proprietor of a tin shop almost opposite Prof. V. W Berden's fine new residence was in the rear of the store drawing gasoline from a barreL He stepped en a match and an explosion occurred, and the sjere was enveloped in flames. The fire spread southward from Van ' Q...

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. — 4 August 1892

4 '-- '-v f, ' t - ' &. KEHTDCKTS "BLUE RIBBOr FAIR: C-A."5TS"VII.I-.EI5, KZ". KW.i av :-m DALLY M ZJfm .QurJ TmaT? IJ K&S&fUGirr r "i f' i - rf i 1 If; "- ff L &.. Sty l- ,r' W- ,s Ve" 7, r ' fer ; OKfy. '" IThe Editor of Tub Lr.DO.EH Is net rospensl- bio for the opinions express ed by Correspond 'ents: but nothing reflecting upon the chnrac tcr'onhabltseef uny person will be ndmltted tothcfiecolurans.1 OUIl AOENT8. .rThe following are authorized Agents for TnE Punne Ledeeu In their respective local lecal ities: Afenuibwn Mntthew Hettmnn. Helena Itobert H. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hnwes. Sardl n. O. GrlgSby. . fhranuehwvC. It. Heis. SprlnuthrteG. C. Deinnnn. MayiUck Charles Wheeler. Viiiifrtiifv Mrs. JenntoStewnrt. Aft. Curmd Kelly A: Foxworthy. Auauta Lcnudcr Tully, IVnl Jeseph W. Williams. Subscribers will sue the trouble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place. BCerrcjjHiiid;Htn will pleae r ti( Letter te a tereach u net later 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. — 5 August 1892

ijW f.BHMMBBWMHHaB MBBWM -TWfPPllW wfWSpSIW1'' W-' & fi&i Ml w r E..T 4 rv U. i if HP' h - DOUBLE CRIME. - ' Banker Rnrflfln and Wifp Hankerl Is nei. IU LICdMl Tin, Bread Daylight With a Hatchet at Fall River, Mass. The aiinstly Sight Is Wltnciscil Ily an i Orph&ued Daughter Tlie Hanker Was Aged 70 It Is Ilclleved That the S Killing Wan Dene by a Itelatlve. Fall Kiveh, Mass., Aug. 5. Andrew J. Berden, president of the Union Dime Savings bank, nnd his wife were -butchered in abroad daylight Thursday. The bodies were found In their resi dence, Ne. 03 Second street, at 11 o'clock Thursday morning. Hanker Uerdcn '' was 70 years of age, hale, hearty, nnd it was his custom te return home from the bank at about 10:30 a. m. and take a nap before his noonday menL In the ."" . house with him lived two daughters by -air. iterucn s nrst wire, one ei wnem, Emma, is away from home en a visit, nnd the ether, Elizabeth, was at home Thursday in the house where she was suddenly nnd horrib...

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. — 5 August 1892

ftMJK rmwm' 1 V 7WW V ill !i- i . jkiSjM A lAi. WJL 1- -.. H. jw S. ' 7. m sj I t t lU tf ih , flnl)licjgijygetl DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WjM.IAMH.CdX, JYltMtlit THOMAS A DAVI. Vtn'l'rttlitent. William 11 Wahhwebth, Jr., Wei ttary unit Itniiifr, Themas A. Da VI Jufffer niKi.Viirifwr. HAMl)KLT.lIICKMAN,.U7i(ier(lllili'OOtAf;)'l. SOARS Of DIRECTORS William II. Cox, M, t Ruetll, A. M.J. COciiran, W. II, Wadnwehth Jr., Themas A. Davi. CiVTfTOV PulUc J.lgrr JiuiUlimi, A"e. 10 .' JVrXj& ThirttOtrttt 'nit SUESCRIPTIOXS-IX AD VAXCE. One "Year ..... S Six 3Ieutli I ae Tlirre .tlentli . 5 DELIVERED HY CARRIER. PerMuuth . tViiU I'arabte te carrier at e-ul of mentli. TO ADVERTISEBS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. IN HOC SlfiNO VINCE3. A Werd te Republicans. The hope of the jmiWj tie tit the erpanslen of a stalwart ltrpubllcan pren. The llepub llcan iche reads or ethrrirtte help te sap jmrt a Democratic paper te th...

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. — 5 August 1892

t I5J? -Vfi .T' I ?n '"' . &. ; Ett I?. . f- re .j. s'f ft s-r fffc A i' l1- U t .i ft w r w F 1 m ft PARLIAMENT. The New Organization Reas sembled Thursday. .Gladstone Enthusiastically Greeted in tlie Heuse. Sir Cherien Dllke Malic a runny Mistake ; 'in Selecting HI" Seat Usual Illstorle Heard) for Gunpowder Indulged In I'roiuluent Members Cheered. , Lo.vne.v, Aug 5. The new parliament reassembled at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon, the first member arriving before 8 o'clock in the morning in order that he might secure the seat he desired te occupy, Sir Charles Dilkc, who was chosen te sit for the Ferest of Dean division of Gleucestershire, came in at 11 o'clock, and when selecting his seat by the custom prevailing of a member placing his hat upon the portion of the bench he wishes te occupy, he in advertently placed his hat upon the government side of the house. When his error was pointed out te him he at ' once placed it en the seat occupied by him when last a member of the hous...

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. — 5 August 1892

NY. V.' 4 -' " V y i vy. KENTUGKTS "BLUE RIBBOr FAIR; t 7 SJfilf OUR I- DAILY -S nx v ifc. ' l f ' T? w. A r- as. jM V J , !V l? ( te-. hX fu . y i t i?r BJ - IT i-A, y:. IThe Editor or TiikLedeeuIs net responsl respensl responsl lite for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents but nothing reflecting upon the charac ter or habits of any person will be admitted te these cel uinns.1 OUIl AGENTS. ''The following ure autherised Agents ter The Public Lkihier In their respective local lecal ities: Meranburu Matthew Hetfuiun. JJflena Hubert II. Cord. MUurva Frank W. Hnwes. JSinH-H.a. Grigsby. UranQtliwg C. It. lless. Svrimnlale C. C. Degmnn. Mayxlich Charles Wheeler. Vaneeburv Mrs. Jennle Stewart. Mt. Canncl Kelly & Foxworthy. Auauta Ioander Tully. 2t Jeseph W. Williams. Subscribers will save the treuble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place. JBCorrtKeiHfenfj will pltiue nrtid Letter" se e te reach im net Inter than 0 o'clock a.m. (Slvc fact In a...

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. — 6 August 1892

h m T- iH, n , v. A w r.. V . 'V tyrt S,f k I rf 'fal " M REVOLUTION. NOT TRUE. XAILV ' PUBLIC LEDGER ' Rumors That, nnharr Patriots In Reriert en ReDresfintative Wat- " Vft'. r ft,,, tTv.Wn,l CUntnr. ' .t. .,...,..- -V'jKI - wip umwu ouuea seirs LDarce 01 urunKness. s? ;.SZ2 .SBStrl Sr- - M J .aVL . & ? v Br' :. i . e- E,.' BU" En 6 m w & f' Are About te Strike a Blew Fer the Freedom of Their Country. Well-Drilled and Fully Kqulpped Mae ' Who Art Ready te Die for Cuban In. ' dependence Precaution Taken te Keep the Matter Quiet. (CHICAOO, Aug. 0. Cuban patriots In the United States are about te strike a .blew for Cuban independence. Infor mation baa just been received by mem bers of the Cuban club In Chicago re garding1 the departure of a 6hlp from e pert near Key West, Juty 2a Its desti nation was "The Queen of the An tines,1' and It uus leaded down with well-drilled and fully equipped men, who are prepared te dle for Cuban lib erty., Abundant supplies, arm and - munitions ...

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. — 6 August 1892

'V1 PW P. V ... v -sTO&asra ii "-,r-m rlff --'Mf ' , . -- , f"J , s fe.ft.;i. i "i s T . . . . ... , . t .ft. M1 . i4tMn.4i4' r ' v s K0Jw4;vV a w CX -. - jiWiJ. - . ... vy 1 ..v."" K P a JA : 4 & 1MIIH0BM DAILY. EXUEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William it. Cox, J'ruldtnt TllOMAM A 1UYIK. Vltt'PrtiMait. William II. Waiwwirtii, Jr., Aecrtfary antl Triatnrtr. Theu am A. D Win, . tMlter ami Manager. SavuelT. HlClCU an, Ati't Editor mill Boekkffftr. "SOAJtB or DIJIECTOKS. WILLI II. Ce.x, 31. C. RrxPLL, A. M. J. COCI.RAV, Ay. II. WadhWekth, Jr., TllOMAl A.Dwii. m?JtTnj? PiMIt Lutptr llulUling.Xe.10 Eatt lAT.riO.fir 7-Alrcl rfi. . . . . . . , , ' suescsiitjexs-ix a d vaxce. One Year . SI 00 ' 5Ut .Meullm ....... 1 .10 Tbre Jlenllm. 73 DELIVERED BY CAKE1EK. rcr Menth 2.1 (Villa l'avabte te carrier nt end of month. TO ADVJ5HTISEHS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the efllce. IN HOC SIGXO YIXCES. A Werd te Republicans. The Iiejhi of 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. — 6 August 1892

HH&aG 7w.?' ' OTW " -".IT f- s te. '., ' V Jv . f " k ',, .' fg, I,-- 1 ' t.icz fr if h L v L l Fg' B l. r vSTItKS -TO If: - Trift' Rinr F pi Telflenrta Pnnflnme vt Aliu u,ft KH,n 4.HVJVUUU VVIIUllllJ l.-i.,: x,. .., . :?; me uanai aiery, VC Ki tSays Prof. Schlaparelli, But He Nevcr Said Mars Was Inhabited. The Learned Professer Nightly Watching the Opposition of TtiatTlatiet Through till New Fameni Instrument Why v the Astronomer Sen Differently. -New Yertu, Aup. tl. -A Milan cable sayp: "Prof. Schlaparelli, the illustrious ' astronomer whose fame Is se gloriously vindicated by the Lick telescope, was seen here. Ile has knewrf of the prog ress of the observations by Lick astron omers, with whom he has been in cor respondence, and expressed great ad miration for the American enterprise which had brought their splendid ob eb eervatqry into existence at se great a cost People in Milan have always ex pressed their confidence in any state ment regarding the science of astron omy 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. — 6 August 1892

7 7 ' , ' TW8 u s ls r " . - v ,f , . . v M.. JiW KEHTUCKH "BLUE RffiBQr FAIR3 M-Lrmft A I i I .1 431 w .p. f i ihr. yl ,,r J?.,l i SiVf. -.. iv V V r-v w te 'u 1.4 iTneuanorei xiie likuueu is nei respond !W We for llie opinions expressed by Correspond . i cuts: but nothing reflecting upon the charae ter or habits of any person will be admitted te these celumns.1 OUH AGENTS. rThe following nre authorized Agents for The PuiiLia Ledeek In their respective local Hies: Moreiiouro Matthew Hetrmnn. JItltna Itobert II. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hawcs. Sarti 11. 0. Grlgsby. OraiiQCburu C. K. Kess. Svrttigtlalt C. C. Degmun. .VuiWIrfc Chnrles Wheeler. Vnnceburg Mrs. Jennlu Stewart. Alt. Canne I Kelly & Foxworthy. .iumwlrt Leunder Tully. Z'd-Jeeph w. Williams. Subscribers will save the trouble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the .Agent at their place. arCerwjwwIeiifn will please tend Letter n " as Utrrach u net Inter than 0 o'clock a. in. Give facts in as few icnrd as wmth...

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. — 8 August 1892

T'i 1 &: Jewish rabbi. SLICK' RASCALS. J- ' DAILV, e -Preached Jesus Christ Crucified at St. Paul, Minn. PUBLIC LEDGER The Latest Scheme of Chicago ' Sharpers te Get Riches. s w ii ti i If s fel-. u lM &A at s-u- Ifc . s. ; The Members of the Synagogue Rush v Upen Him Aed Bent Qlrn le a llerrlble Manner and , Then Threw Hltn Oat of the Kdl C flie-The IUbbl Will Brln Salt for Big Damage. St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 8. Saturday, -which was the Jewish Sabbath, at 5:30 in the afternoon, the hour when the de scendants of Jacob meet te pray and listen te a discourse from a rabbi, the synagegue of the Sens of Jacob was filled -with dovent werbhlpers. " , A stranger rabbi, for such he was taken te be, arose and began te preach In the Hebrew tongue. , ITe was clever and the audience was much taken with him. Suddenly he be gan te preach Christ crucified. N' A match dropped intoncanef powder '., could net have created a greater com- motion. Instantly the congregation was en its feet demandin...

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. — 8 August 1892

til Wt,B ,H. 6' v a tK ., it P re it' IV DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, MY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William IX. Ce. J-yrttiUut Themas A. Davim, Vtct-1'rritilcnt, William It. WVwmvuRTii, Jr , Stcutat y ami Trttuairtr, TU6UAK A. Davis, ' ....JCtttterantlManngtt. Samuel T.ItiCKMAN.uV Millar ami Boekktrprr. HOARD OFIIBECTOKJ. Willi It. Ce.x, M. C. nrsrLL, A. it. J. COCHKAN, W. H. WADtHVOKTII, Jr., Themas A. IKvi. OFFICE- .PiiWJe Ltitfftr Building, Se. 10 A'nil TAIrd Ar SUBSCKIFTIOXS-IX A D VA XCX. One "Vcnr M 00 ir, Six Menth 1 att 111 roc jieutu. . ... . .. , 73 DELIVSUED BY CARKIKK. , . Per Menth . . . ai IVnl Pavab) te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform ami reason able and made known en application at the office. HOC SIfiNO YINCES. A Werd te Republicans. The Hepe of the party llei In the expansion of a stalwart Jtepubllcan presi. Tim Ilcpuh llean tr10 remit or elhertehn help te iup-, jmrt a Democratic paper te the exclusion of one of hla own party ncicipaper h unt...

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. — 8 August 1892

V En EV ' mr "J-- &Mfc scheme; r ff.T J, 'Te Establish Communication Be- .'" ' f . w. iween tartn ana Mars. Francis Galten, F. R. S., F. G. S., Will Maeaver te Accomplish- it. , "A Reflection Frem a Lurge Mirror Would n. vi.II.Ia H- M u.. nrl.4.n..l. a Tclesoepe as Large ai tlm One . nt the Lick Observatory. ?'" v. T..ONUON. Auir. R. Mr. tfrnnnia Onlten. wf.'-R. S F. Q. S., chniruinu of the com- . , nuuee in cnarge 01 tne hew ebserva tery, nn.H written a leuer 10 mmj nmes relative te a scheme for establishing communication between Mars and the ' earth. Mr. Galten declares that a beam of sunlight reflected through a hole one-tenth of an inch square in a pinto in front of a mirror would be just as distinctly seen as a faint glint at a dis tance of ten miles. The amount of fog , and, haze which a beam of light would traverse between the earth '' and Mars, when the latter is high above the horizon, Mr. Gal Gal eon says, could net exceed that along an earthy ten-mile. Therefore the s...

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. — 8 August 1892

Wf v t'z- V fe . KEMTUCKTS a i 'n -e rsp S5 d a ult . rriTi. u .iJTWMILI BLUE j . - . i 4 --' 5 k - - & RffiBOr Fine JL &. -. w v-v i J .. ' -r ., .W n hf ftr t Wr !." H ' ;' r e u ITbe Editor of Tub Ledeeh Is net responsl respensl ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond 'eats; but nothing reflecting upon thocbarae ter or habits of any person will be admitted te tbese columns. OUK AGENTS. "The following are authorized Agents ler The Public Ledger In their respective local ltlcs: Jfornttbt.re Matthew Heffman. Jlelena Hebert It. Cord. Mintrva Frank V. Hawes. Sartlte U. G. Grlgsby. Omnaeburg C. H. Kes. SjiriiwUiIe C. C. Dcgmnn. Miiyslick Charles Whecler. Vanuburg Mrs. Jeunle Stewart. Mt. Carmel Kelly & Foxworthy. Augusta Leander Tully. Peed Jeseph W. Williams. Subscribers wilt save the treuble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place. w"CerrMH)m!)t U'fll plfflne end Litter se terweh u net Idler than Do'elec); a. in. Ofre facta in a fe...

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