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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 20 August 1892

KflffiESraH IflM - y wimummit "WT E&33E m i!t';j!. w; "- ,h -i A, V X MMfriHiJlWfMwa ' 'S M m s $ V k - r 3 r :j -f IP . i&;,y V 4.i. ' ' ' i,i . i t. I'M' VOLUNTARY END .Qf a Brief Career of Extrava v gance and Debauchery. A'Bullet, With the Aid of a Mirror, Sent Through Ifis Brain. f.; i L. ; Henry filler, With 'a lify, Leaves IIli Country Heme Fer City Lire and IU Fait Pleaanre Wine. Women. Itac. Ing and then the End trulclde. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 20. Lying up on his back with his face bathed in bleed, which stllloezed frem'hls mouth, Ilcnry Eiseler was found in his room Friday evening, stone dead. It wub the voluntary end of a brief career of reck less extravagance and wild debauchery. Eiseler was born and reared in the little town of Charleston, 111. . iThree years age bd became of ngc an'd received his patrimony of 550,000 in cash. He been found the village tee small for him and came1 te. Louisville, where for two years he cut a wide Bwath. Nothing was tee geed for hi...

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. — 20 August 1892

- f " - J if,"' ' immm mtm n m n r-ri m i rri-mm mm'mmmrwm fmim i tinnr n nwa ! vnwiw nniii-rM i n-n n i mmi ! i-rr imi i .,, r . . mm . t n .r.v r , --. r . 1,- - x'. wi' l ti, f '' . i v. " v. r " . I-1 v . -LMvyjtif ?' , H T ' "V, - . v , ; v . v . i ' , I J i J I . f V 4 f . l r i . Tj 1 i Tl " t !.! V V te 3 m- Wi I' X?v hi rsju M & WO iT 4 :t'n : ' v W J ! I... . ...I ! I -.- . I ,..,..., . ...,.... I. - ' fir'' - 3 r'lA 1 BSBfflcit p DAILY, KXOEIT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WlLtlAW II. COV. I-rtiUhnt THOVAM A IUVlx, WJH.TAM It. WaIMMTOIITHi Jr., - Stcritntyitftil Trtatuttr, Tjiemam A. DaVI Editor ami .Vniuwcr. iAVUKl.T.IIC'KMAX,-U'IJS,(Horeiiili?ooAf;ir. JSOAKD Of D1RECTOHS. WlLtl II. Cox, 31. C. IlfgO'LL, A. 31. J. Cochran, W. II. 'Wackwertii Jr., Thea A.Davii. OFFICE Public Ztilgtr -BiilMfnp, J"e. JO A'cul ATA CJUP1I0X3-I.V A V V.l XCE. Oim Ymr -.. S" Nix Jlenlli. .... .1 30 Threv Meulin ...... H DELIVERED BY CARRIER l'rr Muutli.. .. 3S Viil" PavabJe te carrier nt...

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. — 20 August 1892

,-H.?-r-.;- ' '.- ;,"?&&&& iyv?vf'i;?f;y'f-f?, wfpasiHa ', - .A - . . . J. . , . . I MM II Mill I ! .4 i at f. r T3K- v". , ' f ! l i t ; '. mi ' m f V . " . '1 $iur JjT -. n-m K T, I -?th fAs - &V if u A SURRENDER. The Ceal Creek Miners Give te Gen. Carnes. Up Gov. Buchanan Asks Fer and Receives National Aid. Thousands of Hound of Ammunition Sent te Him Tlie Knozvllle Iren Company Gives U Its Contruet Lease The Mllltiu Kulc ttie Situation lit Last. Washington, Aug. 20. At Gov. Hit clmnan's telegraphed request, COO stands of arms and 39,000 rounds of ammuni tion were sent him from here Friday morning. This is the quota te which Tennessee is entitled from the general government under the militia law el the United States. At 12:30 Friday nothing further had been received from the scat of war in Tennessee, and no order had been re ceived from the president te dispatch national troops te the aid of the author ities of that state. Knoxville, Tenn., Aug. 19. Ceal Creek...

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. — 20 August 1892

QimM,ki !'-.'V .. w . - lT - ., , . ... -i Jw-zTl 2 v - - ' - - .?i I f JfmW!B KENTUCKTS "BLUE ROT FffiH WL! 5vP .Hi -K 6i. . ."i. h rrl Ti IK ', -f a. r 6fc ? . L I v rrM Vi-i inr iJ 1 w& '! r-v tim b.-ca 'j fit R, .: .- ! I f- s V A'., ji. "C fcs MA rS? m J if W-TC B.t W . -S1W -" T "l-M- V k "fc I I IA ' " T .-, -a CLThe Editor of Tiik Ledeeii Is net res pens! bio for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing rellcctlng upon thecharae ter erjlinblts of any person will be adrnlttc iu incse columns, i OUH AGENTS. rThe following nre authorized Agents for The Pui'MC liKUOEK In their respective local lecal ities: Jlfermibiin Matthew Heffman. Helena Hebert II. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Haw es. Sanll n. 0. Grlsby. Oraiwe Imtv C H. lles. Snrlmidale C. C. Dcgman. Maylleh Charles Wheeler. Vancebura Mrs Jennie Stewart. J.t. Ccirmrl Kelly & Foxworthy. iiiii'!! I.eander Tully. Frnt-Jeseph W. Willlnras, Subscribes will sue the trouble of letter writing by paying their subscri...

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. — 22 August 1892

' '. ' . M GEN. CARNES BLOODSHED. pAlX' PUBLIC LEDGER Dees Net Expect Any Further i Trouble at Ceal Creek. rhe Chickasaw Guards Have An Engagement With Miners. $? I -N. , ' I b '-,-- i :- I- A i - 2 7 it? i , ..' ' .r" . Vv iV - t. - i Vv ; v V s - v 1 trt - j ' V rx ; t: Ne Quarter Te Be Given Miners When Resistance Is Offered. ' ''If llicy OQer te Sheet, Bhoet Them Down Llke Deg" The Oonernl the Here of the Heur Uncnpturcd 1 1. Miners Cry Fer Vcngcauce. Nashvilijs, Tcnn., Aug. 22. The war Is ever, and Gen. Carncs is the here of " the hour. The miners who were cap tured will be tried te-morrow in the circuit court at Clinten. About 4 o'clock Sunday morning the Chickasaw guards, who were protecting the bat tery, were approached by a body of men, presumably miners, whom they challenged, and falling te get any re - spense. fired en them, when they dis appeared In the darkness. It was tee dark te determine just who they were, but they were supposed te be a body of miners who had sneake...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 22 August 1892

1K?W? sjsjs i?5 'la , K ;. '$, I Ma &t l ft 1 . SA'WJ. ' fXj . i " v.ty. ws .& v 0 -S' Lflfc i 'J ' : 'f V 3 4 .7 u. if p,?i &, ;. f . u u jm.i mm 5V 1' sv (Ld.i WSv Civ- ; ,, rr SJJ.1 ;.M $' m i . K 1 y if v ft .1' tjQPw pbltci . pit; DAILY, KXt'BIT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William 11. Cox, J'rtatJtnl Themah A. I)avi, Wiliiam II. Wapewuktii, Jr., Secretary awt Trimmer. Themas A. Davis Edttet and Manacir. &JLHVKLT.1UCK.X Ay.Att't Editor mtlI3(Mkknpcr. BOARD OP DIRECTORS. William It. Cox, M. C. 11hll, A. M. J. Cochran, W. It. Wadhwekth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. nVPTHV Pulllt Ltdgir JtuiUUng, -Ve. 10 Eaxt WIlL-j.jirjj,,,,,! A Ui CK1PIIOXS-IX A D VA XCE. Our Yrnr ..- - - S .Six .Menth 1 3I Thnv 3Ieutb .. ...... .... . .. "3 DELIVERED RY CARRIER. i'-r .tientii aa tvntu Payable te carrier at eml of month, TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. IX HOC SIGNO VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. The heie of the p...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 22 August 1892

,v..-Vm. ?'" 'i M ..VA-,i .. ;-: " ' .' pfy TmS ' f '" errg WKT' r!wjr .ww w wiml - SJ-'V . "-' - -" -'' " - - -i - ... .M.... - Tyvr7$7Hp ' ..lA....V I 77y"-i'-)P I, i I, i I, Tr '-t :? ft: W "" v K St ' te t r-'x. Lv?, k . ? or;- 6i ITO .&.. TRAIN HELD UP. Four , Masked Kansas Farmers De the Werk. But a Few Hours Afterward They Were Taken Prisoners. The Express Messenger Compelled te Open Up the Safe mid the ltebbeni Wulk Oil' Willi the Meuey, lirl.ig a Vew Parting Shots at the Train. "Wichita, Kas., Aug. 22. The St Leuis and Suu Francisce cast-bound passen , ger train, which left here at 3:30 Sat urday night, was held up, and Wells Wells Farge Ce.'s express car robbed by four masked men, near Augusta, IJutler county, about midnight, and before 0 o'clock Sunday morning the outlaws were captured with part of their booty. As the trainslewed up at the Santa l'e crosslng.abeutamlleeastof Agusta.twe lhasked men mounted the locomotive from cither side, ami covering the en gineer and...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 22 August 1892

1ii4J.'.. . . i ' ; MC V KENTUCKY'S "BLUE RIBBON" FAIR. DALLY 38 i f ,v ?. J $' 5 "J V ; A i i 1.1 UrU mmJ lV X ' ' V : IT,. 'fzJp' Krjr F; V ' r-j - t.: i t is' JS i'i "ffL. gt rt ?; 'j.i x (: ,A t Bi""-T2tM fffi$0ffi The Kdlter of Tug Ledekii Is net respensl bio for the opinions expressed by Correspond tnts: but nothing reflecting Uen thecharae ter erihabits or any person will be admitted te these felumns.1 OUH AOKNT3. r The following tire authorized Agents for The l'UBLte Lkpeku In tlictr respective local I ties: Jlemtilmru Matthew Heffman. Helena Unbert II. Cord. Nlntrva Frank W. Huwes. ' nanus U. U. Urlgsliy. Oraiiorhtire C. It. Hes. SpriiUflUtie C. C. Degmati. Maytltch Charles Wheeler. Vnnreliure Mrs. Jetiute Stewart Mt. Carmrl Kelly & Fo.xwerthy, Auqufta Loander Tully. Pl Jeenli Vt. Williams. Subscriber will save the treuble of letter- writing by paying their subscriptions Afrcnt nt their place te the 5ircrrcx'ilif u.ill tUnt, end Letter hi a te reach u net later than 0 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. — 23 August 1892

4V1BPI ' , 'aFT-lMftO W-.- 'irw' "mfw . EUGENE BUNCH, GETTING RILED, Our Esteemed Neighbors, the Canadians. IAXLV I LEDGER PUBLIC The Notorious Train Rebber and Murderer Killed. : - "11 L J3.i j? LA Mf a it h a Ami?, JtisBBBBflP" ftl' r; V. y u. V V J l ,i vi 1 I, V ' , I- v.. ? ' ' ae Wis t -I V; tl 1 V wi . A iki r ' 1- J ,, ,jLnjf. rlln. 'A Pesse Overtakes Him and His Side Partner, Hopgood. They Were Culled Upen te Surrender Hopgood Compiled, Hut Hunch lie piled With n Shet, nnd the Next In stant IViii Itlddled With Uullet. 'New Oiu.kans, Aug. 23. Eugene Hunch, the notorious train robber and murderer, was killed by a posse at Heney Island, In Pearl river, en the dividing line between Louisiana and Mississippi. The posse, which .was composed of De tective Jacksen, C. O. Summer, of the Southern Express Ce., Dave Martin, Jehn Jacksen and Menree MeHlveen, left Frankllnten, In Washington parish en Bunch's tralL .They came upon him suddenly, nnd with him was Hopgood, his side part ner ...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 23 August 1892

: : : : i ; . ' -M-M V. ..- : "4 ij lr . , w &f. tv pj X ly r fi t.,- M USA m jm: V V?.. J li 'J 1 I II -!- I I . I IIMM. I .....I.-.M. .! I. "" W ' i ,.,.,. . . DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William It. Cox. l'ttiltlint TireMAt A. Oam'i ViCfIrtil(Unt. William II. Wapwehth, Jr., iterttaiy ami Tttamrtr Themas A. Davis. . ...... Eilitei rml .Vnnautr, 8AVUKJ.T.3IICKM an, Aii'lEillter and Senkktrptr. ROiRD OF DIRECTORS. WlLLUM II. COX, M. C. RC1!'LL, A.M.J Cochran, W.1I. WADitweRTii.Jr., Themas A. Davis. nVVTHV Public Itilptr JlulUitng, .Ve. 10 Eail VfflVJi TMMStnit a VRbCRirTiexs-ix a d va xce. Our Year . . Nix .Meulin .... Tlirvv Menth - r. si oe . 1 90 . 73 " DELIVERED RY CARRIER. lrr .Menth . . 23 Vu Payable te cnrrler nt etui el month TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and icason icasen able and made kneicn en application at the office. IN HOC SIGNO VIXCES. A Werd te Republicans. The hope of the pm I'J Ui In the erpnnten of a stttltnitt lUpuhUean put. 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. — 23 August 1892

few MififlsW Taws n s ii "w- .. .I.,-, hm.ii .a ii wr-rtTrHrrirTrn,if IMTTHir ' "TTTUTT-"- t- - c-r- , , ,, r,,i nn mr--" BxMgHBei:- jM8mmmffi?TT w v itf&ywr H 'V'V v$ i i 3Kv v- - .. .. - . - - '. - - J IK ' U f' ' ft .V, v u - ( ,V J- - 1- h H t-eONVTCT LABOR. lira m,. . T, , , ri' i no isnnessee teai aim iron Ce.'s Counsel Talk. S . Jfe Company Net Respensible Fer the Disgraceful State of Affairs. A Resolution Fatscri by tlie Directors Of , fcrlnir te Surrender the Convict Leiue In tlie Hands of Mate Olllceriv 1 for tlie Lait Four Yours. , . Is'ew Yeiik, Aug. S3. Cel. A. & Col Cel yar, who is general counsel for the Tennessee Ceal and Iren Ce., is at the Fifth Avenue hotel. He said he was uet in Ncy Yerk te confer with Thes. C. Piatt, president of the company, re garding the convict labor troubles in Tenessee, but was en his way te Bos Bes " ten en legal business. - "There is no particular reason why I should see Sir. Piatt en the subject of the Tcnuossce uprising," said ...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 23 August 1892

V, HKait? 1 -- nJS KENTUCKY'S "BLUE RIBBON" FAR r, DAILY i Br OOr mmzF JmaO 'i . m : i - ! 0SAJiSsr E "-J ' t LH'WIBi'. fc . X,' Ft. fcv &' . , i xi t -t ?l teHb' 'aPTi L-t e. Ai.V.' 1 ' -Mr !$Vj nP.Oi ' IThe Editor of The Ledger Is net responsl respensl responsl We for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing retlcctlng upon thochnrac thechnrac tcr erjhablts or mi) person will be admitted te these columns.! QUlt AGENTS. rThe following iire nutherlzed Agents ter The Puiilie Ledeeh In their respective IochI IechI IochI tttes: Aferrwlmru JIntthew llettmnn. Jltlc im Hnhert B. Cord. Mineral Frank W. Hawes. mlit-H. G.Orlgsby. OranothureC. U. Hess. SvrtmnUUc C. C. Dcgmnn. Maytlick Chnrles Wheeler. Vancebura Mr. Jennlu Stewart. Mt. Carmel Kelly & Foxworthy. Auaunta Loander Tiilly. rcfti-Jecph W. Wlllliims. Subscribers will save the trouble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place RBCorrtJeiiiIciit u'lll plfdne cciiil Letter n os liir...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 24 August 1892

uf"t' is r. ft A 24 A? 2 ji? 'Si .s X ' r 1 -a :' T ,s -. " "j h- A ' t !' V 5 r j. 1 A C tt 1-.v I's ' V. ftPffclV, BRIGHT SWORDS a Glittering Line of Great Beauty. Thousands of Pythlaas in Showy Uni forms in Parade. Opening of the Itlcnntnl Supreme Ledge Meeting at Kuiuus City fteuerU of the Officer Shew the Order te be In A Healthy Condition. Kansas Citv, Me., Aug. 24. The JYf-; seven teeth biennial meeting of the Su 1i' Preme Ldge, K. of P., of the world "SBV. cemmnnwd Tiinsrintr fmnrnlntr nrul will 4" tontlnue In session for ten days, or until all the business before It Is com cem t plctcd., ' A public reception wis tendered the 1 members of the supreme ledge tit H o'clock Tuesdaj' morning' in the Graud bpcra-heusc. The stage was occupied by the members of the local reception X'eminittce, the governor of the state, the mayor of the city, several promi nent citizens and eillccrs of the supreme ledge. In his report te the grand ledge the biipremc chunceller congratulated the orde...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 24 August 1892

.5 , .el : ?, rt " ft' ; Pi & l Ji c f. 1 3F; " ' 5.. f.'l'ife&iittfiR'B'liVs ., DAILY. KXCKIT SUNDAY, 1IY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William II. t'ex, J'mltltut Themah a I1aim, Willia'm II AVai'ewcirth, Jr . , &crfarjitil Tn usurer. Tjiemak A. Davi. Ktllter nnt Maiuiger, SamtklT. Hickman, .!' KUlernml l)oekhtfjr. MOAUD OF DIRECTORS' t William II. Cox, M. C. Itnti, A.M.J. CeciniAV, W. II, WxiwwnHTii, Jr , Themas A.I) vvi. OFFICE-!??,"? ';''?," A aw Tllrcl .rf, SUBSCRIVTIOXS-IX A D VAXCK. Onr Yi-ar vl (Ml Mix Menth 1 Threw JIeiilli . ".1 DELIVERED RY CARRIER. IVr Tluitlh a.1 tViil Paable tecnrrler nt tint of month TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. IN HOC SIONO VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. The i; of the ltrtij llei li the ariiiWuii of a stutteat t Itrl'uliltcttH iin. She Jliuli llcitn tri riMiiN or etlienrtse ir(ji te mi;i. jxirt (I liemacratte 'i; r fe i'J IuiIeh of one of il eim iirt) iiririijwr J untrue t...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 24 August 1892

-. . ' i : . . ). jr. V - - f i r rwjwhniv 2B9iinHHHHMmBHK''. "- ft. w -rr- ' fr :' ,jk M. "afc." y(lj- ci the seuvenirs: Visitors te the World's Fair Will Pay Fer Them. The 'Government Will Nejer' Be Asked te Redeem Them. It Iii Hcllcvcd Very Tew or Thcui Wilt Ever Oct Inte Olronliitlen, Hut Will He Neught Up unci Held im Pocket Somenlr Pieces. , ( Washington, Aug. 24. In the light of the preposition te sell the souvenir half-dollars of the Columbian exposi tion for ene dollar each, it is interesting te calculate who is going te pay the $2,r00,000 which congress voted te the World's fair as a gift and the 82,500,000 te be realized as a premium en the coins. It is evident that the World's fair directors and speculators de net ex pect any of these coins te be put in cir culation. Although thej are geed for i fifty cents in tliu purchase of any article of commerce, it is evidently the calculation of the World's fair directors that all of them will be wanted as souvenirs, and that they...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 24 August 1892

" , wfilfiSGSuSS w ' Saw. 4 : -'. N ' ' ' , V ' ' ' V ' ( I KENTUCKY'S "BLUE ' h s v I Allli DAILY MAIL JL RIBBON cMlMx OUR mmVmBB PrXSJ7-TbSnr If".," ' tfr-fs ".i; wm $$ 'siii.i ItX'l f KL A" lii &s:-i 'Y f,r -m " Mx .1 - IThe Editor of Tiik Lr.txiBH Is net respousl respeusl respousl bie for the opinions expressed by Correiond Cerreiond Correiend ents; but nothing letleetlng iieii thccharac thccharac ter enhablts of any person will be ndmltted te these celumns.1 sCerrwpiid nf will )leane tend LiUcikhe a tnreach u net later Own Oo'clecK a. in. (live fact tn a few tdirrl a jtennHiIr. We uaut tieics (u till detriment, and nut adccrtMnv notice or jHiliifctl argument. t.si-iutan.u.i:. Mrs. Maty Ktiimens was in town Mon Men tiny. J. S. Peck " eliunny phellew" 1ms geno te Buffalo, N Y. Albeit Hendersen, our sawmill man, went te Maysvllle Tuesday. Dick Ilimes cunie up fiedi Cincln nnti Monday te spend it few days with friends in the ceuntiy. Monday was the biggest day of the sea son in...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 25 August 1892

&i ' - . -' ' , i . 'Jri STRIKE BACK. Canada JSays She Will Pay the Canal Tells Herself. DECLARED OFF. The Switchmen's Strike at Buf falo a Failure. DAILr PUBLIC LEDGER r m t ta !HESVp2yjfiifjBFSiu w "T I -J v W- VI Vi1- i; S-ft .' t t) I-"":' 4 A I 1 t . - v si ' a.) " .fl i V ..': ' .11 -Via t i '. h '?: . pi fs- II M r A Cabinet Meeting Held te Discuss the President's Proclamation. It VTn Decided te Curry te the Notlce el the Ilrltlih Oevernment the Absurd ' Ity of Contlnuleg the Washington Treaty, nnd Urge Its Abrogation. Ottawa, Ont, Aug. 25. It has been decided that the government will reim burse the Canadian shippers for this season for any less they may sustain through the imposition of tells en freightgelng te u Canadian pert through St. Mary's Canal. A meeting of the cabinet was held te discuss the outlook and the probable effect of President Harrison's procla mation. A member of the cabinet stated that no attempt at retaliation will be made In the direction of impos i...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 25 August 1892

i 9fttK JOS rj ma jUEH r) " " r . rf i , l itlv KV 5v . I :u. " H . Vi Jl5ll?!X9WHtlitrJ ?trtfcrtfci i,i v """if&tiWivyti DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WlMJAM II. COX. TllUMAO.V l)AVf, Vicl'rttMtnt. WltT tAM It W imveRTir, Jr , &rcfftnritntl Triaturtr. Tiiem A. Uavim, EMtet ami Mnnagir, &AUVEhT.1UCKl AV.Am't Editor nnIRoeKkujfr HOARD OE DIRECTORS. WlLUeU II. Cox, SI. C. ItDl LL, A'. SI.' J. Cechisan, W. 11. Waiwwekth, Jr.. Themas A. Davi. nWrnV labile ltiltitr Untitling, Xa 10 Xatt SUR WMPTI0X8-IX ADVA XCE. One Yir . ! Hit. Menth 1 " Three 9lun(li " DELIVERED RV CARRIER. Per .llenlli astYiiU Payable te carrier at eml of month. TO ADVLRTISEnS. ' Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made Known en application at the office. IN HOC SIfiXO VIXCES. A Werd te Republicans. The liej:. of tltr jxtrty lit In tltr rxwi hWum of a italintrt lteimlllrtit'rii. Tltr llrpnli. licit n who riwN or ethertrlir heliii te mti- imrt a lh mecrtttlr j'tiprr te the ucrlute...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 25 August 1892

KENTUCKY'S "BLUE RIBBON" FAIR. .ntfl DALLY mQ WSXtefLTieinr j n i Week of August the 23d, 24th, 25th, 26th and 27th. The Editor of The Lkdiikii Is net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing rctlectlng upon thocharac thecharac thocharac ter enhablts of any person will be mlmlttcil te these celumns.1 "Cerrcc)x)iiilcHl(i irllt pleae ttml Letter te n tereach u net later than On'cleck a. m. Oive facts in at few word a ieible. We want new in thi depaitment, and net advcttiina notice nr political arvument. Fiub nml Accident Ins. W. H Ward cr ANNOUNCEMENTS. KOIt SIIF.IIII'C. We tins nutlierlzed te announce J. C. JEK KBKSON h the Democratic) candidate for Sherlir of Mnen county nt the election te be held Tufsdav. November 8th, IMC. Tuesday. 2:40 pace $500 2 year old pace 500 2:0tret 500 Mule Race. Wednesday. Free for all pace sf 500 Futurity (2 yr.) 2,000 2:40 trot....- 500 Peny llaec. Thursday. 2:18 trot ? 500 Smithstoke,3yr 1.000 2:23 class pacers COO S00 y...

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. — 26 August 1892

rip a: fc Si "S as "w-,- $ J? ' a rv-i iaffl A ,' -y- i 3 $ r. -'V V ' 1- .';' ' V- L1 -ve J "' 'A BIG DROP Death As It Cemes te the Para chute Jumpers. Miss Gertib Carme Dashed te at Detroit, Mich. Pieces fche Drep Nearly Three Hundred Feet anil U Instantly Killed, Almest Ever Hene In Her IJedy lluliijr Ilrefceti i'revteua Narrow Escapes. -Detkeit, Mich., Aug. 20. Gertie Car Car eo, the well-knewn aerial performer and parachute jumper, met here Thurs day the inevitable deaths that awaits ' all parachute jumpers. Gertie has travuled several seasons with circuses as u trnpese performer, undv last season traveled with Prof. Bartholemew, the parachutist, and made sevcral jumps at the exposition after - the death of Jehn Hegan, who dropped 2,000 feet, and was killed near the spot whero Miss Cnrme's life-bleed stained the gross Thursday. She was under contract with the exposition management here te make a parachute jump every afternoon during the fair. On Tuesday, the opening day, she ma...

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