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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 14 October 1892

te'-i. ?Ai s ' ..(- . . .. "' ., ' fW,'!Hr,L, . .'-' v. ,, l t ' ' ft ir4t:i'Sft lll B ' B :.. :i jSK ' P' ',aL' HB-Br l-BK m 'BB l$x lWW' JBTCjjHasv aCT ' !H-)sjI Hill' SSSt? t ' f F DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY i, THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. BE" Ki .. William It. Cox, Themas A. Davis, W&T .Yfilclmf rfK-iYftblenf. ty, William It. Waimwerth, Jr.. HM Secretary amt Treasurer, Mp1 TneuAg A. Davis .......Rttter amt Manager. Mj SamuklT.IIick VAX. -tniJI((er mid 5oeVfrjxr. Bf BOARD or BIRRCTORS. ' 9 WlLLU H. Cox, M. C. HCS9FLL, TO' A.M.J. Cochran, W. H. WADSWORTn.Jr., Themas a. Davis. vf, I fJ?WTfte PutMe Ledger TuiUling, JVe. JO Eatt x VX-XM LXJ -A(r(, j,.,,, ; ''P V ? SUBSCRIPTIOA'9-IX ADVA S'CS. A" p ' O-e Tk'wir . ............. . - S3 00 VVM WUXenUu -. 150 ilk V - Thr(Meutb.. ............................. ..... 73 V'R DEL1VEREB BY CARRIER. '- T' " Menth . 23 Centa , fii V Payable te c&rrlrr at end of month. tf'JB ' ' '"""""Hi ""' ""-' -SiM T0 ADVERTISERS. , -'B Advertising rates uniform...

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. — 14 October 1892

' ... , . . 1 J tf- i 'iii'mimumphiii" i m i 41 ill ii ' i f? -V-ngw wwt jIjjjM iii'MiMiliMnrl, ' I r ' '"" R . , TRAIN HELD UP On the .Missouri Pacific Read Near CblLyville. The Daltons' Successors Have Begun Their Desperate, Werk. 'the Messenger Open the Doer ATteV He- lug Wounded The Amount of Melifcy Scoured by the Itebbers It Ue- lteved te He Net Very Large. KAJTbab Citt, Oct. 14. Missouri Pa cific train Ne. 483 Was held up batwSea Uyre nnd'Cnney Wednesday night. The Hews first come through a tclejrram sent te officers of the Pacific Express Ce. Caney, Kea., is the next Btatien te Ceffeyvllle, where en October 5 the bloody battle between the Dalten boys and citizens was fought Ben and Wm. Dalten and many of their sympathizers Have been loitering about Ceffeyville for days. Tuesday Emmet Dalten was removed te Independence. Ben. and William and their mother ac companied him. Since then nothing has been heard from them. Assistant Superintendent Moere, of the Pacific Express Ce., s...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 14 October 1892

mm1 wwm wampmf m$ ru?." AWfxznm Only One Feet is In Itlj clethim, SPEAKING OP NOBBY GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES We Are In It With Beth Feet. ' ' i OE5v ,1 . JfctH1 ' I W r ' 1 " ' . j gEETHE CUT m : I X HONEST A Stocking that Fits. ' Hade the exact shape of the toot, allowing i me iecs te retain tueir natural positions. Thomeitdurableandthoonlycomfortabtaboso. ThoblgteokaTingroomcnoughstayslnaido. ( Ingrewing still, cersi, bunion, etc., 3nt te wculsg Iht old irlt ttecklsK. an pre Ttntd or rUTtl Ij WaukcnheM. ifesaftttuwl 1 7 Wackiuem Ce., Boereif, Alias. KOU SALE 11Y J. WESLEY LEE, HABERDASHER. .w-jsrl Our DALLY fr&py'' IThe Editor of The Ledeeh Is net rcsponsl rcspensl rcsponsl bie for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon the charac ter or habits of any person will be admitted ' te these columns.! tWCorrcrDetultnt will vlease send Letter at te reach us net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Olce fact! in a few trenls an pniuiiMe. We irant nexes in tfiU ...

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. — 15 October 1892

i V?. ' ?" ? JLJJi' " ' j? -yl y pwi CpC? W III 1 1 I! HSI T ' T I " TpiM . If c y FROM CHINA. i Beheaded and Heart Thrown Inte Inte The River. That is the Fate New of the Strange! in the Celestial Empire. Hater of Foreigner Have Sprenil the Re Re eort That Heme of the Chinese Are Foitenlns; All the Welti, Caeln u Grunt Number of Death. San FnANCisce, Oct 15. The stcamet .Oceanic arrived from Heng Keng -and Yokehoma shortly before neon Friday, bringing news that cholera rages te ac alarming oxtent at Fanchew, China. Hundreds of people are dying dally. HaV" of foreigners have spread the re port at some Chinese are traveling around in the pay of Europeans, poison' lng all the wells, therefere causing th great number of deaths. Consequently all strangers are Imprisoned, and many have their heads cut off and their en trails and hearts thrown into the river. Gifu, Japan, the scene of the great carthquake last October, had nnethei seismic visitation September 14,whict gave the Inhabitants...

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 October 1892

HnRHr ' . - smSm1 ' '-Y'A JT hfi '' SSSff'fli f 'jf. r uLt-W, I55WE ITWmnTrfT?f 'WrTfnfrfflBr r-af-?..- i ,M't m ' .. i.-j .-. u . iiumimmmsi--sBjmmiaaizr!,. .. .,.... ,y hi f ""rriSSiSBiriiiiiifMim Mill MPi i' m n-i 'mtmmfiBsmmmrpmmmmfS3sWsimmmsKsmsmmKm waggig ibwhipw'i'Pi " -'fwww " pwmmmiiii i n,t i mi huw meat wit " :i f ,V y, -t .. ', 'J ,- '4 't- ,3 -TS KSe tafwa ' ' " - DAILY, KXOEPT SUNDAY, BY fHE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William II. Cox, Tiieman a. Davis, JTetUlent VlcfirtsUlsnt. William n. Wapwerth. Jr., Secretary antt Trtaiu rtr, Themas A. Davis EilUeraml Manager. Bxuvxi.'t.'n.lCKitAN.Au'tEilUer and Bookkeeper. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WlLUl H. Cox, SI. C. IlrssrLL, A. M. J. Cochran, W. II. Wadbwehtii, Jr., Themas A. Davis. OFFICE- & Tuttdu,0,jre.H a.t I SUBSCRIPTION9-IX ADVANCE. One Ymt .-. ........ .... W 00 Mix Menth. .................. .. ........., 1 BO Tliree Wentl......-......w......-..... ... 75 ' DELIVERED B Y CARRIER. Per Menth ........... ................. ...3 Cents 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. — 15 October 1892

rMtlS S: lbHfi jfr.Af.T IWMMMM vwj. Pwf" jpryjjyiwi 3 iV r. I SWINDLED. Human Leeches Preying Ohie Convicts. Upen Prisoners Seeking Pardons and Paroles Are the Victims. Unprincipled I.nwycr Arc the Vultures An Attempt te llrlbe tlm I'nrden Ueard Itieir The Matter te lie Thoroughly Investigated. Cincinnati, Oct 15. The Columbus (0.) correspondent of the Enquirer telegraph te that paper as follews: The state beard of pardons has been con ducting an investigation for several weeks which results in some startling disclosures. Sytcmatlc swindling oper ations, perpetrated by numerous attor neys at the expense of convicts in the penitentiary, have been going en for a long time. Priseners seeking pardons and paroles are the victims. While the wholesale frauds which have been prac ticed are made possible by the present pardon and parele system, the pardon beard in this instance is blameless. Complaints have been made for a long time by certain prisoners of the tardi ness with which their app...

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 October 1892

tmamiiJiidLJmfimi;2uj, 4!i immMfSSSSrZxl.ik'lL jIaJI-jl, -. zziJ2jjj . jkt-Jujaa Vi-.tTT, vu,""1 v1iCili .IM Jtyi II lll tfl". y AWirOTmOBMEHTH. CITY SXItaOSOXT. s 4 1 m rtne -ne)QLri wr .ii UMifU.I mAJmlfnr HlffHHHIT.ygJg'T. (The Editor of The Lkdeer Is net rcsponst rcspenst rcsponst bie for the opinion! oxpressed by Correspond ents; but nothing reflecting upon thooharao theoharao thoeharao ter or habits of any person will be admitted te these oelurans.1 WCorrftij)eiInU mill ilease seiul Letter te at tereach tut net later Owm 0 o'clock a. m. Glee facts n as few words as pnstible. He want tittrs n Wits dejxirtiiwiut, ami net advtrtlttne notices nr political aruumsnts. OUR AGENTS. The following tire authorized Agents for Tnc Pddlie Lkuekh In their respective local lecal ities: AInranburv Matthew Hedman. IMtna Hebert II. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hawes. Sanlls-n. 0. Orlgshy. Orangclmia C. R. Ress. SurinatUih C. C. Dcgman. .twiIlcA Onirics Whoeler. Vanwburv Mrs. Jpnnle Stuwart. Jit. Cunml...

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 October 1892

WffllJffll'i''iLr- i -SlSil ' -: --- -;-M 3li; l'KUHOSA h MINTS. A OTRRICANE. Vessel Lest During a Storm en the ,Guf. pAILr, tSflf U"U havefrlimh vitltlne unu, or 1 tu (e rii eject. PUBLIC LEDGER Hen. Themas II. Payntur is In tbe city. te. hIv tar vr - i.. - - "j. e. . A R. A. Whlte Is moving te Ciucln- W. R. Brown the Cincinnati architect was in the city Saturday. Heward M. Legan of historic Mereheatl, Rewan county, is In the city. W. C. Payne and Charles Brightman arrived from the East last night. 'Squire Jacob Miller returned Saturday night from a visit te Covington and Cin cinnati. i I Majer W. U. Means and Harry B. Owens attended the Bcntonville Fair Saturday. - Mrs. Lucy Gurney and Mrs. Pearl Hill of Dayton are visiting the family of Cap tain M. C. Uutchins. Mrs. Raymond Patterson, late Miss Mary Yeung Hegan. is en a visit te the familv of J. Fester Barbour. James C. Wilsen, wife and two boys arrived Saturday night from Louisville en a visit te his father, Jeslah Wilsen. Mr. W...

Publication Title: Daily Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 17 October 1892

ymmm nwrnrnw MmmvummfV i Wm '! Wf W"-PPIIiBMI - Blpb DAILY. EXOEIT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William H. Cox, 2resUtU Tuenan A. Davis, VtCfl'rutdtnt. William II. Waimwurth, Jr., Sccntary and Trcaturr, Themas A. Davis Editor and Manager, SamdelT. Hickman. Au't Editor and Bookkeeper. BOARD Or DIRECTORS. WlLLlaUB. (Xtt, M.C. RCBSFLL, A. M. J. Cochran, W. II. Wadhwebth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. fiWrnV Public Ledger TutUtlng, JVe. 10 Eatt SUBSCRI.PTIOX.fIX ADVAXCE. One ir $3 00 Nix Sleutha . -.. 1 SO Tbrre Menth. 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Irr Jlenlli ....... . .. ....... S3 Cents Payable te carrier at end et month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason' able and made known en application at the office. IN HOC S10N0 VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. X7e hope of the party limi In thr expan$ten of a stalwart tiepuhllean pres. The Hejmb llcan tehe reads or ethenctse helps te sup pert a Democratic paper te the exclusion of one of Ms men party neiniaiers Is untrue te the Itepubll...

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 October 1892

iA .' ' - ' ,' ' -- ' ; . 1 ' Uiafe f-Min 1',, ., , pHn .jiTMSMtnggtSaM yiP'OffT" fB mijM 3 ,r SLAVERY. A San Francisce Newspaper Man Embarks en a Slave Ship. Hundreds of Gilbert Islanders Liter ally Sold te Guatemalan Planters, The Most Queitlunnble Methods Resorted te te Gut NfUlvei Sold for SlOO u Head, the Amount DcliiffTulf en am Vnnaage Meney. San Francisce, Oct. 17. The Exam iner Saturday contains a lengthy account of the crulse of the steamer .Mentscrrat, which arrived here Thurs day from San Jese de Guatemala, after having landed in Guatemalan perta 88S natives of the Gilbert islauds, who were delivered te wealthy planta tion owners of Central America under contract te become laborers there for a term of five years. The account is written by an Examiner reporter who left bore en the Montserrat in April last in the guise of a sailor and accompanied her en the entire voyage. The account declares that the Montaer Mentaer rat was a slave ship; that the natives were sold in Guat...

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 October 1892

iHMHWIHiV i- . fW,"!'- mtefwii snKJ!MaBBWiMM(?a,-KJi.-jr-w ... . "U"MPpi l)'W pHPW M-a flkt r fc F ' r-v , . $ I' OUR I erfSj5Li DAILY Kv v 'fi&m Kn. CUlfUelnr IThe Editor of Tub Lkdekh Is net responsi ble for the opinions oxprcssed by Correspond ents! but nothing reflecting upon the charac charac ter or habit of any person will be admitted te these columns! wCorrieminto iclll pirate tend Ltlltrn se a tareaeh us net Inter (niii 9e'clMk a. m. Give tact in as few wrtl as possible. We want netrs in thts department, nml nut atlvtriMng notices or veltttcal anmrnents. OUll AOENTS. The following are Authorized Agents for TnE Puulie Lkdueu In their respective local Ulrs: Aferanburv Matthew HetTtnnn. Helena Rebert II. Cord. Minerva rrank W. Ilnwcs. SanUtn. G. Grlusby. OraiiQeburg C. It. Iless. Sprtrimfcile C. C. Dcgmun. ilaisliefc Charles Wheole'r. VancefttiriJ Mrs. Jeunle Stew art. Mt. Curmcl Kelly it Foxwertby. Augusta Leandcr Tully. Peed Jeseph W. Williams. lilutltck SortnesJ. H. Hunt...

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 October 1892

r " "" ' ''''' ' - i1 ' ,".'', J r't V-" ' F - "tj ').i "' ' i ' : J t J Jk. 1 - " -t laff i iMf I f' i --rTftfflMttslMsllsWfi 'WhXmg 1- rt I 1? ? I FBIlSOSAL VOIXI.S. T&TIJ leu JiiU'erlcruI Downs ieu, or! weu are (jeliiff nun im n vMt, iUa drop ua note e that tjfeet. Mrs. Jonnle O. Clark Is visiting in Chi cage. James Devino thinks of locating in Indianapolis. Dr. C. T. Poarce returned yesterday from New Yerk. Mrs. Jehn H. Ilall will seen visit Mrs. J. W. B-tldrldge'ttt Covington. Miss Alta Weed of Millersburg, Ky., is visiting Miss Julia Hancock. Mrs. Qcnrge Martin of East Limcstone street, who has been visiting rolativeB at Louisville and Lebanon, arrived home last evening. He plnnted the flncstef jrrass seeds That wero anywhere te be found. In less than six wceks fortr-sevon full miles Of pumpkin vines covered the ground. Bulk eysters every day at Jehn Whecl cr's. 1 Tns election is three weeks from to te lay. Thk Colerado blizzard seems te have staid in the West. Tuts street...

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 October 1892

-,! V I -.-. 3 1 ' 1 tea $sti ;c; ?V3 ''J i A,VJ .- i; fcJ A? il T 1 V .V t:: H 9 JV HIT 'MtHH FJ iubHcilfaget i'i.&&2i&ft DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. Willi xvi H.Cex, j-rejldrnt Theviah A. Davii, riffiYeiltleti. William II. Wamwertk, Jr., Secretary wul Trraiurer, Themas A. Davis, ........ .........-lf(or nnd Manager. BavcklT.HiCK an, An'tEMer ami Bookkeeper. HOARD OF DIRECTORS. VLL)M H. COX, M. C. 11UMKLL, A. M. J. Cochran, W. II. Waduwerth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. OFFICE I"t,,ie ledger TutlJInp, JVe. 10 Eatt SOBSCRIP1IOX9-IX ADVASCE. One "Ker .......... ........ 83 OO Nix Jleiilh . 1 SO Three Meuth. 75 DELIVERED SY CARRIER. rer Menth .. 33 On Parable te carrier at end et month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. IN HOC SIGNO VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. Tliehepe of the jnirty Ufa In the expansion of a ttaltcart Hepubllcan press. The llejnib titan trio reads or ethenctse helps te mjj ...

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 October 1892

y-surni mn- .,mm"ri pjuwjjw-j WiM :iwfaii!'y" MMf YOUNG FIENDS. A Youth Attempts te Blew Ui ) His Whole Family. Several Yeung Companions Assist HIn in His Develish Werk. Twe Hundred round of tllnut I'owdei Unctl-Tlie Helme, With Others, Al s. uieit Completely Wrecked, Hut fcti Ne OneWns seriously Hurt. Leadvillk, CeL, Oct. 18. Ilcrmai Truman, an 18-yetir-eld son of A. S Truman, attempted an awful crime Saturday night about 12 o'clock. Hit father's house, 1001 Harrison avenue, t small frame structure steed about fiftj feet from a small mine. The boy, witl 6cveral companions, procured two hun dred peundB of giant powder, and by i deeply laid plan exploded it in the shaft by a fuse. Thu intention was te kll the boy's father, mother, little brethei and sister, against whom he hed a fan cied grudge. The Truman residence and that e: Peter W. Brecn, next deer, were almost wrecked. Miraculously none of the in mates were seriously injured. Hundreds of dollars of damage have been done te all ...

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 October 1892

MMHIMniaMfil trW1 " . ' ' '" - " . tni .,! H1V"P fewf ..WOI .' 1 N f ? feV Ki ft rf f !' r Sin H. m . . i.-,.rv Oe. c rL6ZZy IThe Editor of Tub Ledger Is net responsi ble for tbe opinions oxpressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend ents: but nothing reflecting upon thocharae ter or habits of any person will be admitted te these celumns.l nwCerrsprmdnt irill plwe und Letter se at te rwieJl us net later than 9 o'clock ci. m. Give facta In at few words as possible. We want newt tn this department, and rust advertising notice or political araicmiii. OCR AGENTS. The following are authorized Agents for Tub Public Ledger In their respective local lecal ities: Moranburg Matthew Heffman. Helena Hebert I). Cord. Aflnerpa Frank W. llawes. Sartllt U. G. Orlijsby. OrdnuebureC R. Ress. Sprinadale C. C. Degman. Maytlick Charles Wheeler. Vanceeurt; Mrs. Jennie Stewart. Jft. CermW Kelly & Foxworthy. AuawtaLcaniicr Tully. Peed-Jeseph V. Williams. BliieltcA; Sering J. H. Hunter. Subscribers will...

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 October 1892

I m PE11SOSAL POINTS. . txrtf ieu have frit ml ufWtiNi; ieu. or If idu are velriu (iicat eiin ullt, plci drop ua note (n (Jmt effect. Charles E. Dcsinend and family re turned te Frankfort ycaterdny. Hen. W. U. Helt, Chief Justice of Kentucky, was In the city yesterday. Charles Huff of the P. 0. Drugstore returned yesterday from Fleming county. Mrs. Themas F. Rogers of Mt. Sterling is visiting her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. James Smith. Hen. Jehn 0. Blair, candidate for Electer of the People's Party was In the city yesterday. Miss Ruth Cox of near Louisville is visiting friends and relatives at Fern Leaf and Minerva. . Mrs. Clarke of the Sixth Ward and her brother, R. P. Tolle, of Oiangeburg nre visiting friends at Lexington. Mrs. J. T. Wilsen and Miss Mamie Scott left this morning for Cincinnati where they will spend the winter. James Smith, Mrs. J. C. Pccer and her daughter left yesterday by the F. F. V. and Big Four 16 attend the dedication and opening of the World's Fair at Chicago. 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. — 19 October 1892

g! P.'. l.'ffi mwmMimmMm ,t & i E' P, ' J i PillicgiteOci' DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William II. Cox, Themah A. Davis, JTfMtnl VltfPrtiUlent. William II. Wapnwerth, Jr., tertiary antt Treaiurtr. Themas A. Davis. ...... EJUer ami ilanagtr. BAHZlKT.T.XllOKMJit,AiM'tEtlUoraiulJ)eo)ckfrper, HOARD OF DIRECTORS. Wh.LIaMH.Cex, M.C. Kvssull, jl. 21. J. Cochran, W. II. Wawiwerth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. nwrfV Public Letlptr JuUI(n;, JVe. 20 Eatt J2rj.jri Third Urttl SUXSCEIPTIOA'S-IX ADVANCE. One Year S3 00 Mix Menth. . . 1 BO Tbree Sfenttia. . 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER, Per 3Ienl U3 Ceufa Tavnble te carrier nt end et month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason' able and made kneicn en application at the office. IN HOC S10N0 YINCES. A Werd te Republicans. Uiehejte of the party (let If7ie exclusion of a ttalieart Republican press. The Repub lican tche remit or ethenelse lu-lps te sup port a Democratic paper le the exclusion of one of his etcn party newspap...

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 October 1892

fwWr"WW T- ) tv , .pant AN ELEPHANT i i llrcaks Loeic Frem Lincoln Park, Clilciv i go, nnil Takcg Patsesflen of tin Streets. Chicaoe, Oct. 10. The clephtmt a- ' Lincoln park went en tha rampnjre in thi i usually quiet neighborhood of the pari ' Tuesday morning, The huge animal ' which is net yet named, having possibly eaten somethlng for breakfast which i disturbed his internal economy, grew i suddenly wicked, and, breaking awnj from his corral, started across thi country as if he was back in hii native jungles once mere. He turned en Sedgwick avenue nnd continued hii way te Center avenue, followed by ar I immense crowd of people. Horses and men ran in wild af right te cover as the elephant passed. . milk; wogen was , passing en Sedgwick street. The ele phant struck it and knocked it a dozen i yards away, spreading milk cans and driver promiscuously en the ground ,and killing the horse The man wsu badly hurt also. Horses en the street cars stampedec and there were numerous narrow e ...

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 October 1892

iww milium r sjs&s Our DAILY rf&W The Editor of ThcLbdObh Is net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents; but nethlug rcUeetlng upon tbochnrno tbechnrno tbochnrne tcr or babtta of any person will be Admitted te these columns.! SriUNODALE. Miss Llzzle Wilsen Is qutte unwell. Thompson Hendersen Is In town. William Scott has moved Inte town. Miles Helm of Aberdecu was hore Monday. W. S. Tully hns greatly Improved his rot ret rot dence lately. ' Ed MoDenald and wife wero In town Satur day and Sunday. Jehn Otte went te Maysvllle Monday with a fine let of potatoes. Jehn Crepper has purchased a Que roadster. Price paid 73 cunts. Meeting at Bethany next Sunday. A Reed crowd is expected. Albert Hendersen lest a 11 ve dollar bill en our streets Monday. T. P.Deginau tilled his regular appointment at East Ferk Sunday. Werk has commenced en a tobacco ware house en Main street. Columbus Day will be celebrated at Plcns ant Hill en Friday, the 21st. Miss Anna Glddlngef To...

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. — 20 October 1892

.Vf-iftr.9itgBW8IIWa 1 41H w"'t'TT fllltftJJHH m '""w ' COLUMBUS DAY. Chicago Overflowing and Still They Come. THE BEAR. Repert of Capt. Healy te the Secretary of the Treasury. His Ship Evidently Cut Out for Geed Werk Along Alaska. DAIL, LEDGER PUBLIC cts.JZb Jmv!k!3wN'iS-?!'BEA' tt m it i. Every State in the Union and Many Foreign Countries Represented. The World's Fair Cltjr Never He Denutlful a It New Appear! lu Holiday Attlre The Auditorium Iladlnnt With CenntlcM MyrhuU or Lights. Chicago, Oct. 20. The dedicators ceromenlos of the World's Columbian exposition were Inaugurated Wednes day, beginning with the reception and ontertaintnent of distinguished visitors by the various committees en their ar rival In the city, nnd followed in the evening by the formal inaugural recep tion by the citizens of Chicago te the guesta of honor. A pleasant prelude was the "Colum bus Day" celebration Wednesday after noon by thousands of school children throughout the ci-3. LOTTO'S COLUMBUS. Fer th...

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