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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 9 August 1892

yliK ' W. : " : : W i ' !&'.' .V i 'PT. Af 'ftp ', '. ;-TKEV: . --VM ,' ' W.. ' 1 V'i,. rn : : ':' k ft- R in. f t'til t a ,-Vfl The Ranks of the Duquesne Strikers Broken. Between Five and Six Hundred of v Them Ge te Werk. Tha Nearly Full Ofr F.nch Othr In Their Effert te 0t Through tha Ont whan , the Kevan O'clock Whlatla niew Mtljcatlun Will l Ceiitluued. Duquksne, Pa., Aug. 9. Between .COO and 000 men, acting unanimously, , aa previously agreed en, effectually broke the strike lu the Carnegie mill at this place at 0 o'clock Monday morn ing,' They returned te work In u body, and the soldier were net required te protect them. The repair men had the .mill ready for running, steam was turned en, and several departments were almost full and began te turn out finished steel. There were many members of the new amalgamated ledges formed here since the strike began among these who went back te work and they did it openly, without fear of what their com- panlens would say. There was no...

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. — 9 August 1892

r Iffcr' St -.i 4 ;'. ft , 1 . .. - 1 Ti iiii.NNSS CONDENSED NEWS. . v ' " It ' 3 i' 1 nrui-'fmM rx ffi:jmMKist'-- . , ""!," -t 1 . r gTOW Campaign of 1892!, ff?l byl" SFi'sr2 dfifl&r " i ; ' GANI INDTJ0BMMTS f ; , - - r -. i . i .-- ,,-- Jacob Lebeusteln, a farmer neat SIk1hI 'I tH'l 1 Ba m B M T1 T Y T 1" N "T" Tl"l ""J T1rt. ' 'SfifiR I 'jrfSiiAiLct--vr ucmjmLhMWri DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WILLIAM II. COX. THOMAS A. DAVI4, f ,f JTtttUnt William II. Waiwurtii, Jr., r AVcrf mry anil Trf nmrr r. Themas A. Davis m ...Aliter mrf .Vamwer, SamUklT. Hickman. liJ1l2.'WorrmI.BceUff;''-. BO.LK.D OF DIRECTORS. Willi a II. Cox, i. C. IU-mvll, A. M.J. Cochran, W. II. Wahlwerth, Jr.. Themas A, Davis. WBKtfMHflttuSJ1! SKK?:JKS.5rr TO3BW, J H H r Hi iM 4H K, RJSi iFPfip fiiMIe Lrdffir Jiuthltiip, Xe. 10 JCait SU2SCKIPTIOX8-IX ADVA.SCE. One Yfiir . ... (kl 00 Mix Menth. . 1 .VI Three 3tentb...... . 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. ler .Menth .. S3 Collin Payable te carrier nt end...

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. — 9 August 1892

Hl -!ipf?ffP! K 'V "3 ,ff v 'f ' t v w h swt" . j,x ' ! ii71 a- ! 4 ' 1 AIQTATR AD X i fGains the Ominous Name of "The Oity of the Plague." )eath Rell Frem Cholera Reaches Many, Thousands. There (Mebs Oe Wild Over the Liquor Trenic 3L" Which I Confeoudod With the Tcr- rlbU Cholera Tlie'Oeveruuicnt &ends Cossack te the Scetie. isi. St. Petersbuiie. Awr. 9. A disimtch rrem Astrabad, a city of Persia, wliesu pcaUlentlal atmosphere bas gained ler lt the ominous name of "Citv of the .Plaffue," savs that the inellahs or Ki priests, whose influence with the pepu lace is very powerful, have preached jf.tithat the outbreak of cholera Is due te the sale of alcoholic liquors. meir language excited the grcrcd in the vicinity of the mosques, and r uetermlned te take summery steps te abolish the liquor trafllc. Raids were 'forthwith made upon the dram shops, wnicn were plundered. The moo de stroyed the goods of a number of Ar menian traders, who, are Russian sub jects. The Russian consul, fea...

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. — 9 August 1892

M f?f y . , , V f:-4 r' 3L ti" OUR DAILY sSjflTJSnr IThe Editor of TheLedeehIs net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents! but nothing reflecting upon thochnrao thechnrao thochnrae ter or habits of any person will be Admitted te these column! OUK AGENTS. ''The following are authorized Agents for The Public Lkdekii lu their respective local lecal ities: Jtfernnburu Matthew Heffman. Helena Hohert II. Cord. Mintrva Frank W. Hancs. SanUt 11. O. QrlKsby. Omngthutv C. II. Ress. SvrtnaiUtlt 0. C. Deirman. Mayltek Chtrrles Wheeler. , MnireJmry Mrs. Jennie Stewart. Xt. OirmcJ Kelly A: Fotwerthy. Aieutn Loander Telly. rail Jeseph w. Williams. Subscribers will sue the treuble el letter writing by pitying their etibcrtptleus te the Agent at their place, , ttVCerr()Mtnent xcdl )lmit send Letter mi as te reach tin net later than 0 o'clock a. m. (Uvc facts (n at few uiml a jxixdlWe. We. irniit niri in tilt ileiartineU, ami tint artvcrtttthil notice or jxiIJffcnl atvumentx. A CA...

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. — 10 August 1892

W?mim3S5WBfmi&lMmu '; w VV w(rc(j A .- "" utih&X ;2JLu-'vHlMji&tarmi t 4 V a ill.' .r V W b', X . t & V m. "2 V J fr $ k it . F' ir l P WILL NOT HANG: The Last Appeal' en Earth Proves a Successful One. Cel. H. Clay King's Death Sentence v Suspended by Gov. Buchanan And the Aged Murderer of I.iuvyrr ron ren ron eon Will Ge te the Penitentiary for LUe The Lut kct la the Cele. ' brated Southern Tragedy. Nashville, Tcnn., Aug. 10. The last resdrt has net failed. CeL II. Clay King and his neck are saved from the gal lows, and at a late hour Tuesday after noon Ger. Buchanan attached his name te the document that suspends the death isentcnce and will scud the aged murderer te the penitentiary for life. Never wcre mere desperate efforts made te save a man from deatli. The Shelby county court found II. Clay King guilty of murder In the first degree in the sheeting of Duvid II. Posten and sentenced him te deatli. Application for a new trial was made and refused. The case was n...

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. — 10 August 1892

ri? n- sr jT. VI '& ux h- ! Y If u i M, r Us " ." E? i: i'- r. JNtlUBa DAILY. KXCKPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William 11. Cox. J'rcihltut Thevia A. Davis VIC'PntlUnt. WlLMAV It. WAPeWunTIt, Jr., 4Vcrfciry (Hut Trruiurcr. Themas A. DaVJ" Editor nntl Manager. BAMUKLT. HlCKM AN. An'tEtltter ernl Boekkfrixr, w BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WILD.M 1!. Cox, M. C. Ri't'LL, A. 31. J. Cechban, It. Waihiwehtii, Jr., TllOVA- A.Divie. fiVPTnii Pnblie Zrilgtr Building, -Ve. 10 Eatt SVBSCRIPTIOXS-IX A D VAXCE. One Tr $3 OO Nix Menth. .. , 1 no Three Jlenlln 7.1 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. PfrMenlh 2.1 frill I'Avabk. te carrier nt end of mentli. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason reasen abte and made known en application at the office. IN HOC SIGNO YINCES. A Werd te Republicans. The hope of the party lien In the rxjim Wei of a stalwart itepubtlcan prvn. The llepub- I Icen tche rent! or otherwise help te iiip. pert ii Democratic paper te the exclusion of one of hit eirn party netripap...

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. — 10 August 1892

la KSAJFSatEi PIP p?$ f1.. w? '. : "'V" pmiffiiiiL fPP . . i r, sV"- m ". ? GQING HOME. " Mhe Soldier Beys Will Shortly Evacuate Homestead. Locked-"Dut Men Jubilant Over Con tinued Desertions I'rem the Cnrncgle MI1U. nmt Clnlm Tlmt Miiey uiive Almest nun tne MtriKe h. ' everything Is Quiet, Hut What Jeci This Quietude Presage? Hemkstkad, Pa'., Aug. 10. The Fifth .regiment left for home Tuesday even ting'. The Tenth regiment will leave . seen. Part of Gen. Wylie's staff went home Tuesday. The locked-out men at Homestead are -exceedingly jubilant ever the continued desertions from the Carnegie mill. Vice Chairman Crawford, of the ad visory committee said Tuesday morn mern ing: "There is no longer any doubt that we have the strllce almost wen. Frem information received from the inside, thus early the firm is greatly handi capped by the desertions, and it is be lieved that fully nine-tenths of the men new at work inside the mill will come out within the next week. They are rapidly tirin...

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. — 10 August 1892

hw (iHaHHHaaBiaBnMBaBHMHMHMiiM. .Ttfi..V KENTUCKY'S 'BLUE RIBBON" FAIR. Vv I BR OUR n a n y p l ir GALL J rAnTi t V HI fsmv S&lf6nr fr.C n i"5' IfW V t fr L u r l M E-1 tThe Editor or Tub Ledeeh Is net rcsponsl rcspensl rcsponsl bie for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing retlcctlng upon the chunic chunic ter or habits of any person will be admitted te these columns.! OUll AtlKNTS. '"The following ure authorized Agents ler The Puiilig Lkueeu In their respective local ltlcs: Mttranburv Mattbew Heffman. tltUna Hebert It. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hewes. NartHn H. G. Grlgsby. Orangeburg C. It. Ues9. SyirimfiMe C. C. Deirmau. Afatnllcfc Cherles Wheeler. VaMtburu Mrs. Jennle Stew art. Alt. Cartncl Kelly & Foxworthy. Augxtsta Loander Tully. Peed Jeseph W. Williams. Subscribers will sae the trouble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place "CrrjHiH(it(i will )leae nciid Letter n an tut each iu net later than 0 o'clock a. m. Give fac...

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. — 11 August 1892

V )rs5u x A s & V i. i . .c tvAt. m Mrt It Wf1 w Sr 'Hr LOST AT SEA. One Hundred People With a Battered Ge Down Ship. Twe Coasting Vessels. Collide the Coast of Finland. Near One Yriiel (tee te the Ilottetn Almest Initantly, anil the Other Badly bain. aged Notably Gallant Conduct of the Crew and Male l'assengcr. Londen, Aug. 11. Fuller details of the collision, attended by great less ei life, between steamers near the coast ei Finland, show lhat two coasting steam ers, the Ajax and the Runeberg, collid ed off the pert of Ilolslngfers, capital ei Finland, en Monday last The Ajas was leaded with people from liclslng liclslng fers, who wcre out for a Sunday ball. The Runeberg was in the ceustmg busi ness. The Ajax had started 6ut en Sunday and been delayed en the return by a heavy fog. The captain concluded te proceed slowly Inte pert, and was net at high speed when the collision 'oc curred. The Runeberg, owing te the fog, had no notice of the approach of the Ajax and was going nt ...

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. — 11 August 1892

. ? ' V1" ' x . ' -' . ., -' v '' r ... , ,ft.yf "' SrL, V- w ifrfflrs Vx, K ' '! ':H te fc . J &. r ptt'icJMPM w . & a A. I DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, Y THE PUBLTC LEDGER CO. William 11. Cox, J-rciUUnt Themas A. Davih, Viet-J'rciUleiit. William 11. Waiwwebth, Jr. Scitaryaiut Treaiuier. Themas A. Da vi Rt Het and Manager. SaucklT. Hickman. An'tRMerant Roekkiwr. BOARD OF DIRKCTORS. WlLLlv II. Cox, M. C. IU'FIX, A.M.J. Cochran, W. II. Wadswebth, Jr.. Themas A. Davii. lWTnV Public l.etlprr JlulhUng, .Ve. JO East JHS!J.jn Third Strut SVBSCRJPTJOXS-IX A D VAXCX. One Year SI m Nix 3lenlh.. .... I 50 Three Jlentli 75 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Mentli 3 tVnl vnvbVe te carrier nt en J of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. IN. HOC SIGNO VIXCES. . A Werd te Republicans. Hie heiw of the party Ilex III the erpiinslnn of a staheart ItepaUllcan jirei. The llepnb llcan trio reailn or elifndw help te i- ort a Democratic pap...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 11 August 1892

nMnF"ii mmmyn , - ,.. f,, .,, wmm. W' I r. V $& ' f'-f&O f-j?,' ?S ,8' iBBHHnHBBBiaaBBaanaBBMiiiaaMBBBaaaBaBWHHBaMHnanMBBBaMaHHHaBaaHiiHaBBinaBaHBHa FEAR LYNCHING. Cel. King Hurried 6ff te the Penitentiary at Nashville. Public Feeling at Memphis Aroused at the Action of the Governer. l'ostenTjyl'rlo.iili Kweiir Vengeance und ii'VfJ'Frle.ids Sv I'ursuAniic Sheriff With Ills Prisoner If They Are Overtakeu Ne Mcroy Will He Shown Toward King. , Memphis, Term., Aug. 11. The in tense public foeling1 because of Gov. Buchanan's action assumed shape here Wednesday evening when a mass-meeting was called for 11 o'clock when Gov. Buchanan would be hung in efllgy, but at this hour, 10:30 .. m., the rain is coming down in torrents, and the meet ing willdeubtless be postponed. Grcatanxicty was felt late Wednes day afternoon lest the indignant popu pepu lacu talte King from the jail and lynch him. In consequence of this late in the afternoon Criminal Court Judge J. J. Dubois issued tle foll...

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. — 11 August 1892

V7v fj- " . I' A KENTUCKY'S "BLUE RIBBON' FAIR. 4 DAILY mQ i .te 3C-A."yS"Vi:i,3L.E7 KT2 imSJ&AJ6nr ' ' " ". Kr'WBianK fiue I U ST: h Gr- . I ., i IThe Editor of The Ledeeii la net respensl- bio for the opinions expressed by Correspond- , ents; but nothing reflecting upon thccharac- ter or habits et any person will be admitted te these celurans.l OUH AUBNTS. rThe f Allowing nre Authorized Agents for Tns Public Leiieeh In their respective local lecal ities: Muranlmtv Matthew HelTinnn. Helena Itobert II. Cord. Afluerwi Frank W. Ilawcs. SanHs II. O. (IrltKby. OranechutyC. It. Kess. .SnrtHeihi'c C. C. Dcirman. Mawlick Churles Whoeler. ViineetiurvyiT. Jcnttle Stewart. JMt. Carmel Kelly fc Foxwertln. Augusta LeanderTully. "Veil Jeseph w. Williams. Subscribers will sae the trouble of letter writing by pit lug their subscriptions te the Agent nt their place. BWCentximlciitx will please Html Letter m ns tereacli us net later than 0 o'clock a. in. Give facts in a few uerrfct a possible. I...

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. — 12 August 1892

m i . - . mm' - i .- ..MwgraT IMVilllVil,. ?PWf - T-T"- i 0SmRh8T7VBv ."THE-!R3! nip iqe53s3' 'TTCSvVSIK. MP ' A 1 .iW A 3T3.-' I " -v A Of V 4 t; 'fc&riig Sheriff of Shelby County ' "DTTDT Tl" Jl(jKNM .Lands U King. JU JjJUjLL' 81X111 Tp . " Why He Commuted the Sentence. k jF , k t'ermldnble Mat of rirdr for Klne'a Life, Among Tlietn Tentjr-8lx United t Btntr Senater nnd Represcnta- . tlves, Ueildct BInny Others. Nashville. Aug. 12. n. Cley King, the Memphis murderer, arrived In thla city at an early hour Thursday morn- i ing and was at ence conveyed te the 'sttft prison by Sheriff McLcnden. The sheriff brought the prisoner via Nor Ner Nor tensvllle, Ky. Their journey was a 1 quiet one. The threatcncl lynching was a fiasco. ' "Gov. Uuchanan, will you give me your reasons for the commutation of Cel. II. Clay King?" asked an Associ ated Press reporter of the chief execu tive Thursduy morning. "With pleas ure," said the governor, "and I will de it briefly. First I thought that Kin...

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. — 12 August 1892

if f '. (9. I '. , s ' s-V , i r- itcinipi DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, MY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WILLIAM ir. COX, FrtiUtnt Themas A Davis, Vlci-J'rttidiHt. WlLLtAM II. WaPRWOHTH, Jr , Stcritary nwt Trtaiurcr. Themas A, Davis, ... Editor ami Manager. SXMCSUT.'iUCKVAS,.tit'tJiilUoranill!eolikfier. HOARD Of DIRECTORS. WILLI II. COX, M. C. Rfss LL, A. M. J. Cochran, W. II. Wadiiw ektii, Jr.. Themas .v. Divis. ntrrii' J'libUe Ltdgtr Rutliling.Se.lO Eait SVRSCRirTlOXS-IX AD VAXCE. One Yrnr e '$ -Nix Months 130 Three ZTCeutna e DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Meuth .. 33 I'mta FnvabVe te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Ailvcrtisiny rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. IN HOC SIGNO VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. The hejte of the party llm In the ir;miWe of a stattrurt Ueimbltcitn resi. Tim Jtrjmb I lean tche rtittU or ethenrlte help te ttitp- inrt i Democratic ;' te the excitation of one of his own jnirty Meitsmitri h untitle te the Jleptibllcttn miiv. Umtn...

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. — 12 August 1892

1ST T Tv I ! i 'W w-. -Krrf S7?? r A.IH .' J5 J-IA.iMHXJ4 .! j f i -i 'Charged With -Murdering Her fl "Father and Step-Mether. arrant Issued Fer Her Arrest and She is Placed 4ln Prison. Tim Veutig Lady Act In the Airalr With Surprising Calranesft Twe Other Sm- pects Shadowed A Futile Attempt te Open the llertlnn Siife. Fall Riveh, Mass., Aug1. 12. Miss Lizzie Berden Is under arrest charged with murdering her father und step mother, last Thursday morning, at their home en Second street She was brought into the Second district court room Thursday afternoon, presumably , te give further evidence at the inquest. Miss Berden was accompanied by her sister and Mrs. Brigam. When Miss Lizzie returned from the third inquiry she was a physical and & mental wreck, and was conducted te X"the matron's room. Tho.lnvestigaUon was adjourned about 4 o'clock. District Attorney Knowlten and ether officials went te the marshal's private office, where they were closeted two hours. Shortly after 0 o'c...

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. — 12 August 1892

esagg.-i" . ,. . . a , . ' , ... A . x-a.mi, v'i iwi'i j -our iHn IFCTI K$m&B2B&B&mmeaq!asM UCKTS BLUE RIBBOF MM. . . .... 5 ' i.w. DA.LT.rrrfj FAIR; "---" as isdm j n i i i. r & fri V i ?- if.V , H IThe Editor of The Ledeeh Is net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon the diame ter er habits of any person wilt be admitted te these columns.! OUIt AOENTS. rThe following are authorized Agents for The Pedlic Ledger In their respective local Itics: Afiirmihiiru Matthew llelfmnu. Ileltna Hebert II. Cord. Afinerva Frank W. Iluvc4. iSarclfit D. G. Orlby. Oraneclmrg C. It. Ites. Springdalt C. C. Deemiui. MaylUk Charles Wheeler. Vancri)urg Mrs. Jennie Stewnrt. Alt. Carmcl Kelly & Foxworthy. Auffutta Lcander Tully. Yed-Jeseph w. Williams. Subscribers will suve the iroiible of letter writing1 by paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place. WCerrC)ijxlcii((f mil please tend littler te a Uiftachii net Inter than 9 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. — 13 August 1892

Ii 'the r,T.nsF -m. FT? I itf H i- ?. 5$ hi I Evidence of a Dark Deed Turned Up at Louisville. Head Crushed and Other Marks .en -&f Yeung Weman's Corpse. Taken Frem the Ohie River Opposite . That City The Weman Probably Mur dered and the Iledr Hurled Inte the Ilnpldt of the Falls. ' Louisville, Ky., Aug. 18. Marks ei i a double crime have been found en the body of the woman washed ashore at Willow Point, Ind', opposite this city, ' and identified as the remains of Mary Lengel, a former chambermaid of Eck- ert's hotel, this city. The original the- ery was suicide. After the police and detective departments of the two cities had dropped the case a reporter found the wenmn had been outraged and mur- dcredby two men. Four boys, Walter Farrel, James Mor rison, Chas. Hcltzatch and Wilbur Smith, saw two men drag a woman through Hyde Park, a suburb of Joffer Jeffer Joffer senvllle, late Saturday night, outrage her near the river bank, beat her and then drag her te the bar below the - Pe...

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. — 13 August 1892

A rSi i r v VJr ? cy-PWpyBVv'r''" f'? yTn v. FF$Fmk$JWr X'rmSfSKmBkmXf , t " i N l r": , u n JWSE5iW3V Hyy -JJ; JA. !i m ? w , ' i , ' . v "t'lt"- ' GIQANTtq iatelMgfl DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY . THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. Wjlmav It. Cox, Ik..w.r.... TllOMAt A. DaVH, Vlce.-i'rctMent. ftd .'.. William II. Waphwerth, Jr., Secretary ami Trtniurer. Shi Themas A. Davis .... EMer and Manager, BamukL T.Hickman, .1j' Editor awl Beakkenicr. JJ .BOa.Ri O' DIRECTORS. .i Wim.vlt.ftn. V- P. nitk't.T.. .. , ... . .. , A, 31. J. Ceciikan, V. It. W'admvertii, Jr., Thomai A. Davix. f)WRT(TF.r"ltlc J.etlgtr SulUUng, Xe. 10 East UEJ:ij& TMM&trttt V, ' SVSSCEIPTIOXS-IX ADKAXCS. nme m-nr....m .. v" " Nix aienltin 1 30 Thifd Menth. 73 ,R - .... 1 jjmi rjji,u Mi uiAAJiii Ier Menth 113 Cent Payable te carrier at end et month. sy . JO I VERTISERS. v. ( .ltJrcrtisJnj rates 7i(brm and reason' ' Suable and made known en ajiplicatien at " the office. IN HOC SIGXO VIXCES. fkv A Werd te Republicans. Xlie iejk e...

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. — 13 August 1892

R ?m ? i EwHF fOLJHHt J MflMfef "TO. m '' W'rp f M"!i 'VtWGi ? V tr - V y '. N . -asp' br: j&iOTinmi?n. u00" h,v? .methev condensed' news 'Wlllit ' 1 .The King Lgtters te Buchanan Alleged te Be Forgeries. !Trt A Tnf n'P ntn Tlllntnnxx tTnn Fttenl nnil t wt ui iu fcjr juuaiuuas iiua uamiuptu in Connection With the- Matter. Oets. Hegg, of Texas, and Ilrewn, of Ken- ,-,tucky, Deny That Tliey Wrete Letter Me Gov. Duchanan In King's favor Clevclnnd Iette n .Berircry. Memphis, Tcnn.,Aug.l3. Gov. Brown, 'Kdntuckv. and Gov. Hotrir.-ef Texas. dcny that theyQwrote letters te Gov. I Buchanan, asking executive clemency tn behalf of II. Clay King. The people of this city propose te see who did ft write them, and Gov. Buchanan will be JfeffL asked te attempt te run the forgers te ggfi coyer. , - x irciugiuiu iiua uvuu juuuivuu ijuui urever uieveiana denying1 max nc wreie abetter te the governor, but the letter te Mrs. White, signed by Grever, is in possession of the governor, and possibly It ...

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. — 13 August 1892

Kit & L V, SV r. Zj ,h v. w lf M . a if, - j& .. t v u. JH &E IThe Editor of Tub Ledeeh is net rcsponsl rcspensl rcsponsl bie for the opinions exprcssed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon the charnc charnc ter or habits of any person will be admitted te these celumns.l OUn AGENTS. "The following are authorized Agents for This Fuut.ic Ledeeh In their respectlve local lecal ities: Mnmnhutv Matthew Heffman. - Jldcna Hebcrt II. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Ilawes. Sanlt n. Q. Grlgsby. Oraneeburn 0. It. Uess. Sirlii(AlJl C. 0. Deif man. Mayillek Charles Wheeler. Vrtiifeoiire Mrs. Jennle Stewart. Aft. Carmd Kelly A: Foxwerthv. Auyusta Lcander Tully. Peed Jeseph v. Williams. Subscribers will snve the treuble of lottcr lettcr writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place B9TOirrjiiniifleiix will ilta6 tend T. ftlr.ru mi Aiitt l-x Jt nm tirn?h tj ,i,f lnttr thnti fln'rln'Jf n. m. flirt. fnr.ljt in riA fttn iriirN an mnnlhlfi. 11V yttinl . jfcnews u Mi t...

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