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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 15 August 1892

syj,. ",V T-YfJ ?' W i '-Vl' &" t; v t - rarWS JE''-:: TJgg ,.V P il(. a. !. m- - A 4ft ..-u .v.4WA .f. J .rf .I.. i.r" : . !..-. -.-- ' VittBV '- t - ! " t nuiH XT TffE fUft 11'' SW1TUHMEN - -m PAIL, A, A. .M AaV A VI VI , V A V PUBLIC LEDGER Employed by the Erie and Lehigh M ' Jt "Weighs in the Neighborhood of Thirty, Tens Valley Read Strike. -A Utf T y . (.-! ,. r-$i F-i ' And Fires Nearly Six Hundred Pounds of Metal Nine Miles. It It a Ilreech-Leadcr of High rower, and , U Twenty-Nltve Feet In Length The Gun Can II Leaded and ; Fired In Five Minute. New Yerk, Aug. 15. The first official test of the ten-Inch disappearing pneumatics-gun carriage was made at the United States ordnance proving grounds at Sandy Heek. The tests were made under the super vision of the beard of ordnanee and fortifications. They were directed by Capt. Frank Iieath, in charge of the proving grounds, assisted by Lieut . Wheeler, of the ordnance department At exactly liTse the first shot was fired. ' Th...

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. — 15 August 1892

V $?0rak vjf ,' r f 'v - ,- i- , tvw k ' . . v'v:.? J . v WTf M i i i P i i n i i ! i i m i Presidential eamp'afen :jf "18! ; it , -. ', I As d IV u T" f ti fcST w Pll DAILY. KXCEIT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WILLIAM II. COX, J1 uMllit Tiieuax A. Davis, i'lu-l'tuhUnt. William It, Waiwwehtji, Jr., 8crtlary and Titaturer. Themas A. Davis, Editor and Managir. SAMCZLT.llCKMAN,v(lj7KII0r and Beet kitptr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Williwm it. cex, jr. C. ItfSsr.LL, A. 31. J. Cochran, W, H. Waphweutii, Jr., Themas A. Davi. , OFFICE $$ $tr w.;Ye. Eatt SUBSCEIPT10XS-1.V AD VAXCE. Out) Year ..... S' 0 ,' Mix .Meillh......... .' 1 30 Tliree 31 euth DELIVERED BY CARRIER. ler Meuth.... U3 Vii Parable te carrier nt eud of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able ami made known en application at the office. IN HOC SIGNO VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. The hope of the party lies in the crjtff iiWeii of it stalwart Itepulilican iiresi. The llepub' llcan tche reads or ethertcli...

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. — 15 August 1892

"W VI ? -Ifl W" VW UFS . r T ft J '. v t tj? I-)- F,V., V 9 ir Ikr ! 'a r! u it' 1 iSr V' i ',' i . . Aristocratic Resort at Ostend; Belgium, Shattered. rlhree Persons Fatally and Several j$W ; Others Seriously Injured. IV, ' "' - 1 Tbe Deed Thought te lie Werk of An. ',,. nrchtsta Dismay and Terrer Among '' the Fadilonabte Patrons of that m llesert The King In Dungcr. ""' ,Biiussei.s, Auff. 15. Great excitement " prevailed Saturday ever a dynamite out eut eut ;rage that has resulted in three persons being fatally injured. Ostend is the favorite resort for the Belgian aristoc racy. The king of the Belgians has u summer place there and the visitors te Ej&'i ' (the baths and ether attractions include f.iff the nobility from all parts of Europe. The old Kaiser William, of Germany, also was a frequent visitor te Ostend, and although the present kaiser does net fellow his grandfather's example, many neble German families btill make Ostend their summer habitation. , At present Ostend ...

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. — 15 August 1892

F,i a m-L KENTUCKYS f j i DAILY ipp "BLUE MBBOr TAffi: m - " y .. ..- . ' ' . .ya 'Our : AWuF W-t 4 ; tf3 i fV fa Ki '. V te. & l.v & T-ds M.-' 1 w. " frffipfM ' IThe Editor of The Ledekk is net responsl respensl responsl vtelo for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon the charac ter or habits of any person will be admitted te these celunins.1 OUU AGENTS. ""The following nre authorized Agents for The Puulie Ledeeh In their respective local lecal ities: Mnranbutv Matthew Hefftunn. Helena Hebert . Cord. MUierva Frank W. Hawcs. Fanlis n. O. Grtgsby. Orani(hnrv C. tt. Hes. Sprlnudalt C. C. Degman. Afui7lfcK Charles Wheeler. Vanceburu Mrs. Jennie Stewnrt. Alt. Cancel Kelly & Foxworthy. dutfanfa Leandcr Tully. Vcd Jeseph W. Williams. Subscribers Mill snve tlie treuble of letter writing by paying thelr subscriptions te the Agent ut their place WCorrcs)endents u III please send Letter se ratercach us tint later than 0 o'clock a. m. Give Hsl, win ...

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. — 16 August 1892

"V ( PfKA' PROTEST.;- Against the Appointment of a Receiver for the Iren Hall. fc.r, The Pretest Expresses Approval of the 1 Acts of the Supreme Officer. jy Subordinate llranch Bends and Their In- iUfilclencr Why Mr. Hemerbr ltc " fated., te Accept a Large Offer t V IffDlAJUPOMS, Ind., Aug. 10. Itde- LvYeiepea Monday that pctitleus are be ing circulated ameng1 the membership of ,the subordinate branches, Order of ,Iren Hall, entering a pretest against ' the appointment of a receiver upon the , application of any three members and l requesting the supreme sitting and the ' supreme efllccrs te present such a pro pre " test te the court having the case in hand. The 'Jafest also expresses approval of the acts of the supreme elllcers and of , Mho laws relating te sick, death and en- . dewment benefits and the collection of assessments for ravine the same, and Kqfthe supreme officers are requested te mane a vigorous uciense in the uuga t gatlen new pending te the end that the 1 order, in ...

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. — 16 August 1892

-' n ,1 t 1 lv ' V ' ''A .., t K v i I. A s 7 !l 1 i i Y "m f v - ' .. Sfc. IK .V public DAILY, KXOEIT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WlLUAVlt.Cet, rrttUttnt Themam A. Davik, Vlce-i'raliUtti. William II. Wawwertii, Jr., AtcMary anit Tt tuw rr. Tiieha.!. Davis.. E-tlter ami Manaptr, SUuuelT.Hickman, m" Editor ami JtoekKttptr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Willi IUCet, M. C. Itrssi ll, A. il. J. Cochran, V. II. Wadmwebth, Jr.. Themas A. Davis. IIWWW Public Ltttptr Building, Xa, 10 East WriKjE. Third Strut ' 8UBSCRIPTI0XS-IX ADVAXCE. One Ynr .... W 00 Mix Menth .... , Three 31eiitha . l no . ?3 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per .Meuth . - ! tVilU I'nvabVe te carrier nt end of mentli. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. IN HOC SIGXO VINCE3 A Werd te Republicans. The hejxs of the party lien In the exclusion of a ttulirart Republican prem. The Repub lican trio read or otherwise heljii te miji miji pert a Democratic paper te the exchnieti ...

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. — 16 August 1892

garrra r." irw '- iw i i jr t- -P. ,fc iT.(T,h v V f rv7f J- r ' : .1 1 V Jt ' fT " , BgyTsyai Ii :. ' tf. fti 1 1 . w . i hi (A fih r Expected at the Homestead Mills in a Short Time. Repert That Several Homestead Unionists Will Quit Werk. The l'ublle te He Treated te Sume News of a Startling Nature Strangers l'rem the Mills Treat With Strikers In a aildnlght Meeting. Homestead, Pa., Aug. 10. At mid .niffht the advisory beard of the locked- " ,'('out Garnegie workmen held a secret i meeting aii ucuuquuricrB. j.uu susaiuu lasted fan hour. The members of the committee refused in the most posltlve terms te make public the object of the extraordinary meeting. Chairman Tem Crawford said that ii wasmcrely an informal talk between the members of the beard) but from an an 'ether seurce it was learned that the strikers received word last night that 400 men in the mill desired te quit work .in a body and come out early in the morning. Just hew much truth there is in the story it is Impossible...

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. — 16 August 1892

'tV vlf KM t MM- raire-T- t KW v T n. ;V A? KENTUCKY'S "BLUE RIBBOr v DAILY ffij AWLP' il! 431 'VS &S&flfGinr y i 4 tef a- ;. U' 7 ' w v V- ?a? iM - y ' L, ( -f "The Editor or The Ledeeu Is net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon the charac ter or hnblts of tiny person will he admitted te tbese columns.! OUH AOENTS. "The following nre authorized Agents for -The Public Ludeeh In their respective local local Jtles: Aferanbtirfl Matthew Heffman. JMena Hebert H. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hnwes. Sanltt W. O. Orlgsby. Omnaebutv C. R. Ress. Svrlnmlalc C. C. Degmati. MnjiiUcK Charles. Whoeler. VmireJimv Mrs. Jennte Stewnrt. Alt. Carmtl Kelly & Foxworthy. Augtista Leander Tully. rI-Jtseph W. Williams. Subscribers will save the trouble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the. Agent at their pluce asrCorwjim'eif will please send Letter te as te reach u wit later than 9 o'clock a. m. Give 'fact in a few tennis a pn(Me. ...

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. — 17 August 1892

irrwffgMfffr ivi mpiP T. Vtf1 ;v. U.' ,mfW&l"mt'm,'TtUlmi hj."'jjj. 'bl.,'ji' 'jaL.A,m. " 'Jin "as fliPFTr't fntEKxtS? -i(Mm" i .1 i . .79 r $& . Jv &-i ;: LV' ! fern m ' ; jL t'THEJRQN HALL A Crisis in the Affairs of the Order at Hand. Somerby's Philadelphia Bank Gees Inte , the Hands.ef. an Assignee. Bnpreme Accountant Walker Talk Frem the Shoulder The Unlvcrnal Impres sion. In Indlannpelli li That the Iren Hull U Deemed. INDIANAI'OLIS, Ind., Aug. 17. The res res pert telegraphed Tuesday from Phila delphia that Somerby's bank had gene , into the hands of an assignee, has smqthered the little hope that remained among the local members of the order, that the Iren Hall would be able te tide ever fts'difllculties. These of the plain tiff's attorneys who did net go te Phlla- 'dclphla tire charging treachery en the - pert of Semerbr and his associates in throwing the Philadelphia bank into the hands of an assignee. It new crops out that the continuance from last Saturday unt...

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. — 17 August 1892

'r ii i r ,7PwvPjPPP3'', -- im - -TTfcMiirMi mi iiTmi ii hi i ! iiii i imi i i i' ITOfcMjrP n T n il IBT W mi wimm I lHmmM'tm ir"lM T" T i iw !! i mam n H lilMI ujDBlHBffY C t?. iflrKfliMIM0.Itftrf'utaaHHJ jZHMHMKIvvict rfl4MM9fifllQMiA'4B&HIHHVWti W5P1 . a vStWB sKSffii ?uwaEE& Tvmfr A??wyFc w - -if,r asBHP!. p " rMBBdWBwr, 5.reOTTflK,T rS?ry,WTfl,w?WTi -.rP TffWWi fTvt7v -V. Wife .,-.1 Twit M ' ii ity - j . . -" f i.-K 1 L tr 1 , tort- f' V V i i f i n Mr & i m h mx SS.Vl TJ i . ' . M nn vu. ALMOST A CONFLICT $Mc1 DAILY. KXUEIT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WlLMAV It COX, J'rttUUnl TllOVJAS A tlAVJH, VtCflTetMcnt. William II. W m ektii, Jr., &tentaryatul Trtmurer. THemar A. lUVln EMer nml Matmgtr. SAMVKLT.ltlCK VAV, Aa'tEiUter mul Boekkrixr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WlLLUM It.COX, M.C ItfwrLL, A M.J.Cechran, W. II. Wadhwekth, Jr. Themas A. Davh. nWTCR P"6"c Ledgtr BuiUUng,Xe. 10 Eait J7i(r.l Strut. SUBSCRIPTIOXii-IS' A D V.t XCE. Unc Year . S-1 00 Mi Tfenlli 1 Three ...

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. — 17 August 1892

litiTi "?,'iAV'j mrjmv. T ,-Ji-XITw TTf . , -i.J!.tiiiii' 7t"i . ft.'?, fipR WWWffiW tW WiFf"1! 1 . &4 0, A 1 .M? wmxmTMPmR rmqjM:t.,T ?j ita, n'v Hwff: i J s.. . ft. 1.1 W ?r, ; & n t- fri.' - "l I A SKIRMISH Between Miners and Militia at . Oliver Springs, Tenn. . i , Guards' Surprised by Miners Intent Upen Releasing Convicts. Kacli Slde Fires a Velley-One Miner Killed mid One Wounded Twe Guards Seri ously 'Wounded The Miners Itetrcat 'anil Anether Fight It Inspected. ' Nashville, T6nn., Aug. 17. Three hundred miners attacked the stockade at Oliver Springs this morning te re lease 270 convicts there. The guards attempted te slip out and surprise the miners, but were themselves surprised. The guards gathered together In u band and fired at the miners, killing pne and wounding another. The miners turned te retreat but fired a volley as they ran, seriously wounding two guards; one in the groin, the ether through the breast. The miners then retreated and are new in conference. ...

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. — 17 August 1892

SIF Ttfigfi-"" : . sfi !T-?3 I IllfWI pftfgSflff Wf.1v y iiW'ilM' jgS-ji'wa'Vll -j. t f w ,f "f TOT1; & fy " l' LS(- & rn'-r' "J i:. ' V-,l '" 'I" I lhi i. ! ,' - ' ' H V. . : v - Sfr i '" X v i - fJi? 'let & y i ' OUR DALLY (The Editor of The Ledcieh Is net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon the churac churac ter erahablts of any person will be admitted 'te thcee celumns.1 OUU AGENTS. rThe following nre nutberlzcd Agents for The Public Ledeeh In their respectlve local lecal ities: Meranhutv Matthew Hetliimn. Helena Rebert It. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Huwcs. jfrinth Tl. 0. Grlgsby. OmnutlmraC. R. Ress. Svrlnudalc C. C. Deirnmti. JWrtjidfcfc Charles Wheeler. Vancetmra Mrs. Jennie Stewart. Xt. Oirmrl Kelly A: Foxworthy. Augusta Leiinder Tully. iei Jeseph W. Williams. Subscribers will save the trouble, of letter .writing by piiylntr their subscriptions te the wgcm ill ineir pmce 9mCnrrejinm(lentn will please send Letter se ...

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. — 18 August 1892

'f;S HT t ' ' ,f-s . r y i f . . , t i ,i.v IN BAD SHAPE. jyAJLT PUBLIC LEDGER KentueKians Discussing the Out- u; nnma nf t. ha flntrernnr'c Votnec rf vviuu VI IIU UUIVtllUl i i nun, i i . l' BEATEN BACK. Troops Overpowered at Oliver Springs After a Fight. The Defeated Soldiers Compelled te Retreat te Nashville. - & taf 'V fr P: ?V V - l A, 1 .' ' lf 1 4 v b'l A- V fv .i t n1 i f 1 I a r S V, U" They Uave Twe Hundred Convicts With Thetu The SherlOs of Hamilton, Mor gan and Audenen Counties Ordered te OllverSprlng-s bjr the Oorerner, Nasuvju.e, Tenn., Aug. 18. A bulle tin received from Knexvllle, Tenn., ' Wednesday, says: After a desperate fight at Oliver Springs between the troops and miners the former were 1 forced te retreat and new have 200 con victs, bringing them te this place. Gov. IJuchauan hns ordered the sher iffs of Knox, Hamilton, Morgan and Andfrsen counties te summon assist ance and proceed at once te Oliver springs te protect property and prevent ,the release of co...

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. — 18 August 1892

..; -.rv"7tt.v ;,fflL.yv..i . . .. ' ' vfifc hj, t ,r c-r. r fi.a-"ir jf -' t , j.-. i n ii i,mt'f" ii i ' ii .. l: . . . j r - w vtt.ti i n i iimiwii i ' ' ... s ,- i" "i . . . . " -. i. k: vm .i-dajjkititmi . iri-jgn " i. .- mi 'j- !.N--."e!:jijHI'r ii i ' il Mi'' ; . Hi" ' ' En .( u r-i' ' AA 'IS f -' , EV Ifc ir ':. K? I, S' r'f (w if for ,r. . ft !;; - tfi "S ' THE OLIVER springs battle. DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, UV THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William II. Cox, TlIOMAM A.IUVIM, VlCfPrutdent. William II. Waivektii, Jr., Stcrttary nifct Trtaturtrr Themas A. DaVIH Edltet and Manager. SamuklT. Hickman. . t't Editor and Boekktrptr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. VjLUMlI. COX, M.C. IU'SxrLL, A. M. J. Cochran, W. II. Wauhwerth, Jr.. Themas A. Davh, ntfVTnV Public Ltiigtr Building, .Ve. 10 Eat jrj!ljl Thir.l Mrtit Third Strut, SUBSCRIPT 10XS-IX ADVAXCE. One Year W 00 Hlx Menth 0 Three Menth "J3 DELIVERED SY CARRIER. Vrr Menth Cent . Pnvabte te carrier at end et month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates unifo...

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. — 18 August 1892

WT T" - .') IM' '' ".' f "" fmt "Jf""f 'I l ijili MlDIIW i ..umilUllt'HriUlK H ., mi i,)(1ii -mpMJt " j ssrr .-UH a - A IBbuHr)' tm?w was? HR -v I? W '3 1 m , V '5 NANCY. HANKS. (Wp-vThe tang. Reign of the Cele at an End. brated Maud S Star Shines Peerless Tretting World. (n the rfancj Hunk Makni i Clfun-Ctit rtrcah of lliu Mil Recerd. Brlnulng It Down Out) Second ut Chicago, Mull- k tntr the Mlle In 3:0? 1-4. ' ' CiilCAfte. Auj. 18. Maud S is no longer queen of the trotting turf. The preuii position which the daughter of Hareld has held se long IniSv been wrested jfrem her, uud Nuticy flanks reigns in licr stead. Wednesday afternoon at Washington park, In the presence of 10.0(H) specta tors, Itutld Deblc dreve his beautiful - .niuie te beat her record of 2:00. She uet only beatherewn record, but low ered the world's trotting record from 2:0KJX, the time of Maud S, te U:07K. The track was a trifle dutsy In places, hut as fust as it well could be. The marc was in excellent coudltien,...

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. — 18 August 1892

-SBlHttvBwKr,tfManpra Illy" ' - - , . RrJt eSH5i25iI2ra525iWUnEn525iSVK I OF COUBSE YOU ARE COMING TO rpjJJ BLUE GIBBON FADS DAILY 'SSA!TlSxS5&r WHICH OCCURS THE WEEK OF AUGUST 23(1, 21th, 25th, 26th anil 27. i - Qypj r"-j "''HP ' 1 -V J ' l Ml . .. M& ' v mK ?- f '' JKr . ' J ! I Sit- 7 VStAi VSSr ' ''' - r I , ',5 '- r i' r, -'M?i -JC U.V I r " ;.. 'iyi !-. ' i J 4 ' .V,( SUt'MiA lv ,$?, $-" tv vaj , . f'.. ,n ri ' WJ.'J 1 , i ' m ;s i; Vi ire. T .- V 'l7. v y. i w 1 '- w r 'l" v. JiT 4M f PThe Editor of The Ledeeh Is net response bio Ter the opinions expressed by Correspond cnts; but nothing retlectlng Uen the churao churae churao ter erauabits of any person will be admitted te these celumns.l OUIl AGENT?. rThe following arc authorized Agents for The Puulie Ledcieh In their respective local lecal ities: Jlfirailun Matthew Heffman. JfrfciuJ-Hobert II. Cord. .VIiKiTfl Frank W. Hawcs. ftmKnn. 0. Grlgsby. Orel nuelmtuC. H. Hes. SnrliiuiMIe C. C. Dcirtnan. Miifitllth Charles W...

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. — 19 August 1892

viumrt,u mmmmmm 5I5Oi BKi 7i-Twv!b?W1Q319?V - ''fff ". '-" .p . ' ;i .--",- . ,, . ,'., - , ,T- .- , , l "' - ' ifc p mzz 1 -it ,Sfr r ".',' if . tT. Kte V ,J 15 1 .- y'j S'a M-BUFFALO; " : k? Sheriff Beck Sees Ne Cause for Alarm. tt-V .". Tfc Pscrcp of tbe State Militia Has fO Awed the Strikers. I- V Hut the Car Wheels Are Net Turning rub. t r-.IIe Sentiment New siding VWth the SharllT That the Culllug - - - of Troops was Nemllcis. ' ' Buffalo, N, Y Aug. 10. A dispatch from Terente Btates that the Grand 'FflinlA Swlthmnn Y.n.. aw. r..t ntwl . -"nlcd up the read from Terente te Men treal. . It is a noticeable fact that It Is net the swltchhien who are giving the police and military trouble in the railroad yards. The idle riff-rail of Buffalo, the loungers and idlers and police court .customers are furnishing all of that article that is te be found Under orders, the strikers arc remain ing away from the scenes of their former labors. ' But at every possible 'point arc collected these...

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. — 19 August 1892

FffiffgftfMl WHnWT mm KDHnnRs vP!&&W$$W! K"m "3T l T tffcltt' ,. ,--; vw, v- ftlivAk Ift I SI ft &M & "& t w. 1) fcM ". tV . ft' F4 ft. Nk te. .4 '. fnblic B IUII.Y. EXCEPT SUNDAY. Y THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. VllUAV H. Cox, Thomae A IUVIh, Vicr-1'rtihlint. William It. VAhwinri. Jr., xcrirjHtf Tr'Uitrrr. Thekai' A. DAVH, ... . Etlttr nml Manager. ttAMBEL T.Hickman. Jm '( Kflfer rijul iieUM;f BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Vij.liv II.Cux, M.C. Itr..vLL, A. 31. J. COCHBANr W. II. WAIWWOKTK. Jr., TltOVAl A. IUVIK. mVTCV PhNIc I.ttlgtr JtuUiUnp, -Ve. 10 Eett vrxilsJi mini Slrttt. ..... SVJ3SCRIPTI0XH-IX JDVAXCE. Ou Yrnr - " IM1 Nix Miinlli - " 'Thi Meillll "" DELIVERED It Y CARRIER. lVr .Meillll .. ... 3S (Villa Fa lhh te carrier nt end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en uiyrticatien at the office. IX HOC S1GX0 VIXCES. A Werd te Republicans. The hoi of the party IU In the vjmimWhi of a ittttmirt Uel'itlillciiu Jre. The ltepiih fdii ...

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. — 19 August 1892

4l H. i :H' C VK I A.BATT-LE.'- J ien Thousand Miners Surround the ,Fert. ; A' Fight Rages Throughout All e Thursday Afternoon. Cnpt. Amlrrsen Cnpturril iinil In Dnnjjcr el Lynching by a Meb Men Who Are Thought te reMfM Dynnmlte H Troup Gathering Ter lluslnem. KNOXVii.Lte, Term., Aug. 10. On every (hni top in Eastern Tennessee, Eastern Kentucky and Southwestern Virginia, i and in every vnlley Thursday night there .1 ' was expectancy, voe and tear-shedding, but, encouraged with the victories ever '' vthe stnte authorities last yenr and the Kf stirring scenes of the past two days, the f; v ,vmincrs have Incrensed their forces until they new number fully 10,000 men who have ceased te respect the law or fear "death. All Wednesday freight trains en the Cincinnati Southern, Kne.wille and Ohie and Walden's Ridge reads have been run regularly. The looked-for at tack en the military camp and stecknde 'did net take place Thursday morning. The miners were strong enough te openly defent the tro...

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. — 19 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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