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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 7 September 1892

vn.ii, mum n ipiki i i'ii'iiiin! ","1 ' w TV fc X ' Trrj-Vs i , V 1 ' I l . ' fir StfTTMi - LASrJf .--' Trf- fiAf s -". " &' , w - r I i 2v '; -. 'J- .7 i1 BH$ JN&ttH8 DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. Willia II. Cot, J-rrtiilnit Themak A. Davis Vtcr-lYeiUttnt. 1 William n. Waiwwerth, Jr., Sxcrtlary aiut Treaiurtr. Themas a. Davis EdUer ami Manoetr. AMtTKLT.lIICKMAN,Hj7JJHterailil2JOOfrjXT. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Willi.! n. Cox, M. C, Rvmfll, A.M.J. Cochran, W. II. Waihiwebth, Jr., Themas A. Pavh. office s&Hf&yr Bi'w','''ff' -v- i Third Slrnt, SUESCRIPUOys-IX ADVANCE. One rr W Mi Meil III . - - 1 3 Thrve Tleutti -.....- 73 DELIVERED BY CIRRIER. ler .fl until ......... .- '-13 tVU 1'nvnble te carrier at euit of month. ? TO ADVEKTISEliS. Advertising rates uniform ami reason able and mmle ...town en ajplicatien at the ejfice. IN HOC SIGNO TINGES. A Werd te Republicans. The hept of the jxirty liei Ik the exmnsten of it glulinirf llepubllcint jirv. The Jtepub Jt...

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. — 7 September 1892

- V "l' , ' r--;,r- TT Af TT7T "3F KT ,?. Jj-.t-1' ''iJ-" 4 aw Hvtf if ii. ir k X- C a i - :?.- -H v rV BLOODY , RESULT Of a Police Raid en Garfield Race I Track, Chicago. , . -f Millionaire Turfman J. M. Brown, ei Lr " Texas, Resists Arrest, 1 'And Cle Ills Kovelvcr With Torrlble Ef , iwi-iwe uwccrs roll under ills ratal FusllAde-Xext Moraent n Police Pelice inan's llullct Ends Ills Career. Chicago, Sept 7. Bleed flowed at Onrfleld park, Tuesday afternoon, and , a millionaire horse-owncr and a police "man are dead, while- another policeman is dying. It is generally conceded that thcre will be mero hilling before the end comes, and It is mero than broadly hinted that Ed Cerrlgan had better keep a close watch upon himself, for the gamblers who frequent Garfield have It in for him strong. nWhen it became known Tuesday that Mayer Washburn had testified upon the stand that he had been offered through Chief of Police McClaughrcy $50,000 te close Garfield park for geed, and that the effer...

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. — 7 September 1892

flBKS'VVjB n iiiii' 'jw.m,. ,,.,,,. W '0"'K y,s'""k y vly""r7V"'r"p r tVfl i ?jsi pyiip.s..siiir'wip . , '.! ' v ' VLi- .. ' " i I'liJiltfmtX. VAtf ' tV ." jw w'wyrarn'iwBra'T .TvJl'SIK' ?gr. fc.i ifcai r ... ? licniti lUT,1 ' 1 l ! I i !ll S' y m. ""- w'' r" & I. I t; "a . 4 ' i & J' -. " . T V ff '47 r.'Vi-a ' i ? .i. Sj M .,: & ri v fc ' r.' i A' 'frfr i ,. ; W- Ann I DAILY 1 5M'N . yaM wXruSiAjSlftr IThe Editor of 1Kb Lkikieh 1b net responsi bly for the opinions expressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend ents: but nothing reflecting upon the charac ter erihablts et any person will be admitted te thcae celumns.1 BWCorrcieultnU utll pleane send Letter at te reach tut net later than 0 o'clock a. nt. Give facts in a few wnl tu jiedtt)l. We want news in tht tteivirtment, ami net advertMne notice or political arvumentx. OUU AOEXTS. The following arc authorlzeil AkciiIs ter Tiib Public Lcdeeh In ttielr rvspcctlre local lecal ities: Jlfomniiife Mutthew lielimun. JUUna Heb...

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 September 1892

X . I . ihiiw"iiW' e w maw Mii ,. i; . 1M v ilf'' j Y'-''1?y;gr?'ryt t-'irimgrpr-,, i, f f" 'I i ' Ifei 3T ieii haeefrlfiul vMtUig ea, or ( jeu tire ('lOipau-ni mi i vlult, plcane ilmp una note te that Kifccl. Leuis Smoot is attending the Pods Fair. J. V. Fitzgerald wns nt Paris yester day. U, D. Wilsen of Lexington was in the city yesterday. It. D. Wilsen of Lexington was in the city yesterday. Harry Andrews of Flcmlngsburg was in the city yesterday. A. M. J. Cochran lias returned from a n mouth's sojourn at Cliften Springs. Charles II. Thompson, Assistant Post master, went te Cincinnati yesterday. Mr? Meran of Newport is visiting her oretner, Allien Aieruu, et uriuge street. Paul Crane and family have returned home from an extended stay at Kurcl, Id. Miss Mellle O'Connell of Cincinnati is the guest of Miss Maggie Winter of est Third street. Mrs. Garrett S. Wall and daughter, Miss Ethclene. have returned home from Old Point. Whlte Sulphur and ether places. Hen. Qeoree M. Themas of ...

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 September 1892

-- -jyv TT'" Wv '"V T"-Tr3TV, ''" i -,vw rssrp PK- ..., .Z 8 Zb !l. II lM&fllHBB&9 DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WILLIAM Jt. Cox, Themas A. IUVIn, 1'ietUUiU Vict-I'reUUnt. Wiuusi It. Wapmvektii, Jr., Stertlnrj iiml Trtaiurtr, Themah A. Davis Rlitev aiul Maimgrr, 8AMUKLT. HICKMAN, Att't EMtoramtlleokktejitr, BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WILLIaM II, Ce.X, Jt. C. IUSKLL, A. M. J. Cochran, W. It, Wadiiwehth, Jr., Themah A. Davi. rtfi'P7'PP."'," Zrtur Building, Se. 10 East SUB.SCRirTIOXS-IX A D VAXCE. One Year .....S3 00 Nix Menth. 1 30 Tlirc Jlentli - - 73 DELIVERED J3Y CARRIER. 1'er .TlenCli ....'43 iVuta Pnvable te cnrrler nt eml of month. TO ADVERTISEIiS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. IN HOC SIONO VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. Tie ie;e of the party Jlri l the expansion en utahrarl Hepubtlean w.. XVip Ileptih ifnm rie muN or etliertriiie helpi te itip intrt a Democratic paper te tlie exclusion of one of hl.i own...

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 September 1892

f . W)WIU(llj)M'Hlli HlWWWWyMiJUIiiiii Mwwigf h-wjm-? -' fc"-'WP3yPV ,Wii-rX' 4ff'- W"" f"V "Mpr 1 3 V .. . : r-A l'l fc'' 5V S'' . ?&. t& ' "., K r 1 I ft- u MET HIS MATCH. Sullivan Surrenders His Title te James J. Corbett. It Was Settled in Twenty-One Thrill ing But One-Sided Rounds. Sulllvun Wag Uutlly Punched and Hied Like a IlccT Corhet Came Out of the t right Without a Scratch-Declared 1. Champien of the World," THE OLYMPIC CLUB HOUSE, NEW OM.EANS. New Ow.eans, Sept, 8. It took twenty-oue rounds te settle the fight between James J. Corbett and Jehn L. Sullivan, and the latter is no longer champion of the world, Corbett new owns that title. At no time during these twenty-one rounds was Sullivan "in it." He was outclassed at every point. Corbett in deed proved a wonder. His generalship surprises even his greatest admirers, and his knowledge of ring tactics was marvelous. Sullivan was knocked out completely. He was beaten down with heavy right and left blows, and for the ...

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 September 1892

XrfiHBFT r- MTSffrl "JM Till Y Si -' ""l I tf vfs. "jn "T v-r ST" T "T ' V ?rr ? '? -v'- T " vw riy-'V-y; IvV MM A.M OXTY SXaXOTOST. .'. yf !? ,s ?A r nJS&s I I Mk. 1-1 UWFW DAIiLY -AMaHfta fs0fl$ IThc Kdltoref Tins LEnnr.li Is net respousl respeusl respousl We ler the opinions expressed by Correspond ents! but nothing reflecting upon thocharae thecharae thocharae ter enhnblts et any person will be ndtnltted te ihose celumns.1 DB8"CenVHj))Niin(ii trill ptcntc iieml Letter hi cm tereach u net later thanOn'tierk a, in. Give tact in a few worth a iXMifbt. We want Jieies in thl ilritnrtment, anil net ndMrttnlni; notice or )x)II(ril (itvumcnfH. - OUIt AflENTS. The following lire authorized Agents ler The Puiu.tG Ledijku In their respective local lecal ities: iiferanlitin Matthew Heffman. 7Min Hebert 11. Cerel. Minerva Frank W. Hnwes. SanlfH II. O.arlKSby. OraiiefJiiiri; C. It. Hess. SprinwlaleC. C. neirmun. MatitUtk Charles Wheeler. Vmireitirt; Mrs. Jennle Stewnrt. iit. Canrul Kelly ...

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. — 9 September 1892

"V5;335s J TWO HANGED. Craig and McCarthy, Cincinnati Murderers, Swing Off. AT QUARANTINE. The. Cholera Situation There'is Ne Doubt Very Grave. An Appeal Frem the Cabin Passon Passen gers en the Nermannla. DAXLr, PUBLIC LEDGER r (t2 Tin. tr - mc r-r. wji ja. . 15 r : rl Last Hours en Earth Passed in Feasting. Were McCarthy li the Pit t On te ISe Hanged, Followed Clecely bjr Crate McCarthy Made the Trtp In Thirteen Min nie unci Craig In Twelve Columbus, a, Sept a Edward Mc Carthy and Charles Craig, the former white and the latter colored, Cincinnati murderers, were hanged In the peni tentiary annex early Friday morning. When the spectators entered the exe cution room Warden James, Assistant Deputy Stackhouse and Guard Grump wery standing as motionless as ghostly pieces of statuary. They were joined by Deputy Playford. while the small crowd arranged Itself In readiness for the horrible spectacle. It was just 12K)S) o'clock when a muffled "Ooed-by" was heard in the adjoining room as 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. — 9 September 1892

VF !???-; "." ; .f(i -v ''W""' f ir" V", - --Ay t --? VT"--w7 fe &$f 7ffe' T "-' & -'rW- V r ' .Hg3 'r'yy-V- '-W v-V- - - -'vvh- W-V frtttftefra DAILY. KXCKIT SUNDAY, HY THG PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WlU-IAVlX. COX. JTMllfMl TllOMA A. DAVIS, William H. WAPweRTir,Jr., Stmtary Trtaturtr. THOMA A, Davis, v EMer anil Mitnager. BAXVKt.T.Utcxx?'. Ait't EMer mul Bookkeeper. BOARS OF DIRECTORS. Vjlli H. Cox, M. C. nrnr.LL, A. Jl. J. Ceciiban, . W. 11. Wadswehtii, Jr.. TnOMAS A. DAVIS. OFFICE fMie Lrl0r BuitiUnff, A'e. 10 Eant SUBSCRIPTIOXS-IX A D VAXCE. One Tear - S3 Six Menth....... 1 80 Thre 3Ienth... ............. .... 13 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Ter Menth . .. 3 Cent Ivab)e te carrier at pad el month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made Tcneien en application at the office. SIGNO VINCKS. A Werd te Republicans. The hejte of the party lira In the expanilen of a Ktaltcart Itepubllcan press. The Jtcjnib litan ehe readi or ethencite hetpi te iij iij pert a Democra...

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 September 1892

1 i i ") Ik PROF. VIRCHOW, The Scientist Speaks of the Pes tilence in Russia. The Belief That Winter Will Step the Cholera is Erroneous. The Profeiser Advises Personal Clcanlln&M and Attention te Digestion as tlie licit Individual Precautions Curbelle Acid and Subllnwte DlilnfcctniiU. Berlin, Sept 0. Prof. Virchow, who lias returned from a visit te Russia, speaks in terms of praise of the Russian officials who, in some respects, he says, are in advance of these of Germany. lie excepts from these expressions of ap proval the officials of the Velga region whom he evidently considers net as trustworthy as these whom he has met in ether parts of the empire. lie says that Russian statistics can be relied upon, although their value would al ways be relative. West Russia Prof. Virchow reports te be free from the cholera plague, and although the cholera is present in Moscow, yet the fact that 000 beds are empty in the hos pital bears evidence that It is net raging te such an extent as t...

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 September 1892

0. ftfer '( V 'rW'yH"' i,- " r'Miy v." y '. "!, ' ?tv i-",' .''uri'?-. r, A'- t ' ."V 5V1 ' B ' 3& 1 yt kfe s- :v r & i iife I 5, v -xOJl OURl i DAILY 35"Vlfllnr - ' (The Editor of Thk Ledger Is net rospensl We for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon thocharao thecharao thocharae tor er.hablts et any person will be Admitted te these columns.! 2v Correspondent will please seiul Letters se as te reach us net later than 3 o'clock a.m. Otvc fact tn a few mini i xMfbte. We want new (a thts detriment, and net advertising notices or jmllttcal anmmtntii. OUII A0E.VT3. The following nre authorized Agents Ter TnK Puuliu Lkdekh In their respective local ttles: Moranburg Matthew Hedman. Helena Hebert II. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hnwcs. Sanlis U. G. Grlgsby. Orrtiiwruri C. It. Hess. SiirlMeirtIc C. C. Deirinan. Mayilick Charles Wheeler. Vaneeburj Mrs. Jennie Stewart. Mt. Carmcl Kelly & Foxworthy. Auausta Leander Tully. Itl Jeseph W. Williams. Subscrib...

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 September 1892

-rw,' 'J'j! ' - " Ty-rr'r- 4rry SWg, 3felPjlSrr4 "' ' wWfygyfgftr;" - n--r- w ft: I W 'if.. v X a. f. 1 r I r h i i J..I- t ;(i BRIGANDS Sheet Down a Mexican Banker and His Guards. Ten Thousand Dollars in Shining Geld SeceWby the Robbers. The Meney Being Trnnnpertcd In 1 Daei en the llecfet or Darrei te Ounyma-Only One of the Uunrds Escaped Death. Dchasoe, Mex., Sept la Anether crime was committed en a trail whieh .leads through the Sierra Madre mount ains. Celas Martea, the agent of the State bank of this city, was en his way te Mazatlan with CIO.000 In geld coin, which was te be transported te Guay mas, In the State of Senera. The geld 'was' being transported in bags en the backs of burros. Knewlngthc danger ous character of the country through which hd was te paw, Mr. Martcs was accompanied by five guards, well armed. When fifty miles south of here, and just as they were making the ascent of the range of rugged mountains, they were attacked In ambush by the band of brigands which...

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 September 1892

nsFrr "7" ' --vr WM" " Wr i . f "V . v)n - VS-rt f- -r -4ft " " F-ii lf-TrrT ?P5fl a t K - SMfiWH DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WILLIAM II. COX. PretldttU Themas A. Davih, Vttt'PrcMtnt. William II. Wapiwerth. Jr., Afcrtfarj and Trail arer. Themas A. Davis Editor and Manager, HAiiVKhT.UtOKVAH, An't Editor ami EoekKtrer. HOARD or DIRECTORS. WlLLl-M II. CO.I, II. C. ItL'MFtL, A. SI. J. Cechban, W. II. Wadiwehth, Jr., TllOMAR A. OAVI1. nVVTHI! Public Ltdptr RuUdinp, Se. 10 Eaal vrsmjli Third Strut SURSCRIPTIQXS-IX ADYAXCE. One Year . & " Nix Menth 1 30 Three Jlenlln ...... 73 DELIVERED BY CIRRIER. IVr Meuth - t a3 CYnl Pavabk; te currier nt end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made kneicn en application at the office. IN HOC SWNO VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. The hope of the party Ilea In the exiHinitlen of ii ttalieart Republican pre. The Repub lican irie reads or ethenehe help te mji- pert a Democratic paper t) the exclusion...

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 September 1892

. f -! r VA "wlHMH WyVfm&W4SS&n--'we Ewp"" ; K&mpfH at m ,.' Ar iiT1 "! V-' -'' ' v v'",?yr,,"'','Xy,y,y''-rTifO? r V rv j 4 K . it : KV fc. . I'-' I r I: 1 1 t J. v .V. tar C3L Ww M at. ft J&; IK W ' SANDY HOOK. Heme for the Distressed Quaran tine Cabin Passengers. The Hamburg-American Steamship Wieland Arrives With Sickness. Yellow I'Ieb ARnln Heisted en IJeurd tlie Steamship Nermnnnln Flirurtvi Shew. ing- the Plague's Complete KccerU te Data In New Yerk Water. Washington, Sept 10. A dispatch was received at the war department Friday morning from the president directing that a portion of the govern ment reservation at Sandy Heek be turned ever te the treasury department as a station for the detention of passen gers new en the ships in the lower bay at New Yerk harbor. The president based his action en representations made te him by Secretary Fester and Secretary Tracy. The news telegraphed from Sandy Heek and quarantine Friday morning is te the effect that the Hamb...

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 September 1892

ET ' 1 ' V vi, ""W'V i" wt '.I ii t V-- F vv . a- lV Bt. Hii ." eJxjr r t t 1.7 1 1 U H I- bakly ?aSr vr;i ?W& IThe Editor or Trie Ledeek Is net rospensl- ' We for the opinions ex pressed by Correspond- cuts; but nothing reflecting upon tbe chnrae- ter erjhablts of any person will be admitted te these columns.! 1 .' b0)riK)H(l;nM xcill plcaw ttml Lttter m ' eu tereach n net Inter than 9 o'clock a, m. Qtve ' fact lu a few wanU iw peilhle. We trnitt new in thl department, ami net advtrtlKiitj notice or ttelllteal arvument. CHANCE FOB AN EDUCATION. Editor Public Ledger: I nm requested by tbe authorities of Center College, Danville, anil Central University, Rich mond, te appoint a worthy young man of limited means as a student at each of said Colleges A certificate from me will entitle them te free tuition. Application may be made te me in persen or bv letter at Slaysville. GAnnETT S. Wall. HHASSOX. Fine weather at present. Rev. Whitman preached his farewell sermon here Sunday. Blis...

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 September 1892

t r 5J tuseunl ffi eints per" iim firtuerlfiiiM vbKdie leu, or it !" nrcunliiiau'rtiiKirt I'fslt, i!cae drop wn note te tidt itfcct. Mrs P. II. Breen ts spending a few days in Cincinnati Mrs. A. Benn of this city bns been the guest of Mrs. P. Manluul at Danville. Miss Ella Stockdale will leave in a few days for an extended visit te relatives in "New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith are at home after n visit of several weeks at Coving Coving ten and Falmeutl Colonel Clarence L. Stanten, ex-editor of The Bulletin, was in the city Saturday, tipping the beam at 203. Master Edwin Brecn has gene te Cin cinnati, where be will attend St. Xavicr's College the present session. Mis Murphy of Irenton and Miss Cecelia Smith of Cfcclcville, O . arc guest of Mrs. Jehn M. qfnt. J. F Barbour, Cashier of the Bank of Muysville, was a visitor at the Ohie Valley National, Cincinnati, Saturday. Miss Lizzie Newell has returned from nn extended visit at Yellow Springs, O., where she was the guest of Mrs. ...

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 September 1892

:V " IAi5Sigg!L""" !--" " " i!t'' '-"i-i'1 " ""t "-- "M VI -STT "- "- -wT1" -Vij wtj.- ' J "zvimwte v . i K. : : i m $ h (W I F ; W ir SxJ iw TW wMpZ'. I iMiflHnyi DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William lt. Cox, Tuesia A. Davis, Jru!jUtd I'lce-rreiUtcnt. William II. Waiwwerhi, Jr., Stcrttary and Trcaiurer. Theuah A. Davis. ..........JT(l(or nmt Managtr. BAUVK1.T.1UCKV AH, Ats'tEiltter anil Roekktrper. BOARD or DIRECTORS. WlLLUMlI. COA, M, C. RUSHM.L, A. M. J, CeCIiran, W. It. Wadmwerth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. lK1fi,7Y7E?J"K""e Ledger SulUUng, Xe. 10 Eatt UJ?J?lkJi TMrd Strut 8VBSCRIPTI0XS-IX ADVAXCE. One Yritr 6-1 00 Nix .Menth. 1 SO ThtH" Jl en lli 73 DELIVERED Y CARRIER. ler Tlnnlb .. ....... .33 Out Payable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made kneicn en application at the ejfice. IN UQC SIGNO VIXCE3. A Werd te Republicans, The hoi of the party lira In the expansion of u statteart Republican pre. The Repub li...

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 September 1892

gipgWBagW VF-frri' fr-gfrW WWi' 'HrfWMf iftfrrntigr fFvi ir- www imw mm ,'V JWJVV 'Jf "W1 '"- ) v i !- i SIX KILLED In a Wreck en the Fitchburg Railroad, Near Bosten. Forty Others Frightfully Injured, Were Removed te Hospitals, Wlicre Tliree Mere Vletlms Are Added te th Dead I.lst The Engineer Leses Control of 1IU Locomotive Sicken. lug; Scenes About tlie Wreck. Bosten, Sept. 12. Sis persons were killed outright In the terrible wreck en the Fitchburg railroad near West Cambridge Junction Saturday night. Forty ethers were frightfully injured, three of whom have since died. As seen as the accident occurred word was dispatched" by telephone te the various police stations in Bosten, Som Sem Som ervllle and Cambridge, asking them te send surgeons te the scene. Among these who quickly responded were Drs. McCarthy and Dwyer, of Cambridge The train dlspatchers's efllce In Bos Bes Bos teu was notified at once. Superintend ent Adams was quickly en hand, and gave Instructions te have all the m...

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 September 1892

I " i ii i i i i i r , i i. i i . iii ii - r- -! " ' - j rjnpr" &?p rfr. 3L'3riT ""tiR r- a? rr r HT -wrvr -? 3 rrn -"TtP - V y t H "Sr t L ' lit Ti i Ann ln wT n-ti WMUW -: 59BT ' (The Editor or Tub Ledciek Is net respousl respeusl respousl bie for the opinions oxpressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend onts; but nothing reflecting upon thn charac charac ler enhablts of any person will be admitted te tbese column?.! rjBWCerrwX)till tcill pltate tetul Letter as tn reach im net later than 0 o'clock a. m. Olvc fact in at few u-nrW at ixwwIMe. We want next in this ifeixtrtment, ami net advertising notice or Mtftfvil atynmtnt. OUU AGENTS. The following a re authorized Agents for Tub Public tiKDOKH In their respective local Hies: Mnraiilniiv Matthew Hetlman. Helena Hebert It. Cord. Af (new Frank W. Haues. Sarttt 11. O. Grlgshy. Orangeburg C. It. Kess. Snrtiitfitete C. C. Deirttutn. MayMch Charles Whcoler. Vancrlmra Mrs. Jennle Stewart. Mt, Carmtl Kelly & Foxworthy. am;uiti Lea...

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 September 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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