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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 26 October 1892

9pm i t 'i) I i 4 I i "i ',A k' mm ' JB Ti'J a.-T r:c k'teAllVil i$ftget si5ff?nKffl DAILY. EXOEFT SUNDAY, BY THE JPUBLIC LEDGER CO. William It. Cox, Tiiemak a. Davis, lYttUUnt VlccfreiltUnt. William H. Waimvektk, Jr., Sterttary aruX Trtaiurtr. Themas A. Davis, .. .Editor ami itanaecr, SAMtELT.'HicKMA,.'i'(JrlUormileoJltr;n'. HOARD OF DIRECTORS. WilUaU II. Cox, M. C. RrssrLL, . A. M. J. Cechhan, W. It. Wadhwebtii, Jr., Themas A. Davis. CIVFTfUS Puttie Ltdgtr TuUdine, Xe. 10 JXut SUESCEIPTIOXi-IX ADVANCE. One Tfcwr .. ... .............. 83 00 Mix XeuUm 1 SO Three 3f eiittis. ......................... 75 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth ........ ...33 Cents Fayable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. IN HOC SIGN0 VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. T)te hope of the jturty lies In the expansion of a stalwart Republican press. The Ilejtub llean irie reads or otherwise helps te sup- pert a Democratic...

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. — 26 October 1892

:.i nlBl . -'inn - i J iMiMwatinmnn "i y ' r' r' n n-i yf1 3 I BRIDGE HORROR. It Sheek, Tottered, and Finally Collapsed Entirely. Six Flat Cars and an Engine Were On It at the Time. Seven Workmen Dashed te Dentil, Four Fatally Injured and Six HerluuMr In jured The Great Northern IUIlway, Near Seattle, Vriiili., the Scene, Seattle, Wash., Oct 26. An npall ing accident occurred te a gang of workmen who were doing some bridge construction work en the Great North ern railroad, Monday morning, result ing Inthe death of seven and-the futal injury of four and the serious injury of six mere. Ne intimation of the terrible catas trophe was given te the unfertunate men. All were busy with their respective duties when the bridge shook, tottered, and finally collapsed entirely, dashing them against the solid rock below. Six flat cars and an engine were en the bridge at the time. The engine was uncoupled, luckily for seme of the injured, because the horror of roasting te death would have been add...

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. — 26 October 1892

pUjcggg"'.' Jvy'j " ' , ' I1, ,,ipijppirtwiiNpwpwiirrrsis i . l,jTiyliyprf V41 ?i ii sV , BBBw ejr rer n i t a ic7 DALLY mar rsr' ' Rnl agaaKegggges ' . . , .a IThe Editor of Tnt LEDasn Is net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond ents i but.uethlug reflecting upon thooharao theoharao thoeharao terlor habits of any person will be admitted te tbese columns.! 0nnjwi(fittl cttl pleate end Letter se a te reath ut het lattr than 9 o'clock a. m. O ive fact In at few word a jvwislWc. IPs wmt twirs tn this tlr-ixtrtment, and nut adrertblng twllets or veiUtcal arcum? ut. OUR, AGENTS. The following are authorized Agents for Tnt Public Ledger In their respective local lecal ities: Merattnuw Mutt hew lieuman. Helena Rebert II. Cord. Aflrwrra Frank V. Hawes. Sardii II. 0. Grins by. Omnoebure C. H. Itess. 'SprtfwJale C C. Deiruian. Mavltck Charles Whcoler. Yaneetiurg Mrs. Jeunle Stewart. itt. Carmel Kelly & Foxworthy. Augusta Loander Tully. Pcctl-Jeseph W. Williams. Btuelteh S...

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. — 27 October 1892

lilmiKBIH, pi'wwif'yfj' BaiiEBBEKaMMlMHIMHMIIIIMHBniiiHlMMl HiWli "" TlWr"' WW , , r .. - . v m m I PERSONAL POINTS. Vflf leu hiarm'U uHdlny you, or If you aituninjatxii,avltt,tat drop two note (e iiiat eec. Miss Agnes Dinger Is visiting at Now New Now pert. Miss Fex of Maysllck is visiting in Bourbon county. Miss Jennie Weed Is visiting the Misses Owens near Washington. Mrs. Henry A. Power of Paris is visit ing relativbs in this vicinity. TnnBB marriage licenses were granted at the County Clerk's office yesterday. Mrs. James C. Wilsen, with her two eons James Helt and 'Millard. Kent, left this morning fer1 Loulsville after spend ing several wceks with Jesiah Wilsen. Mrs. P. Luzl, fermerly of this city but new of Detroit, Mich., is the pleasant guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Redden and family of East 8ecend street. HE COULD KKVEIl LOVE AOAIN. He felt at his heart a dreadful pain, And with tears his eyes wero dim, And he said that he could nover leve again, On the night tha...

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. — 27 October 1892

. . r :- u IPFIq)fHH 'M-2. r. ". i ! Wfc N4 ; X tfV AT THE OLD HOME. DAILY. JaUEPT SUNDAY, UY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William It. Cox, Themas A. Davih, JYuMtrtt Vlcc-Pre liilent. William U. Wamwebth, Jr., Secretary qml Trtaturer. Themas A. Davis, ........,tUer ami Manager, BxMBKI.'T.lllCKUXX.Aii'tEilUomiutBeckktfixr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. WlLUjtMlI.GOX, M. C. BCSSKLL, A. M. J. Cechbax, W. II. Wadhwerth, Jr., Themas A. Davis. OFFICE $$$ jfc'ffi ruttdttig,ye.u Ea,t suRscRJprieys-ix abvaxcs. One l'rer . ................................ 3 00 Mix Menth . 1 30 Three 3IeuUi 75 DSLirSRKD RY CARRIER. Per Heiith.. U3 Cents Parable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. SKAfi&j IN HOC SIGNO YINCES. A Werd te Republicans. The iee of the party lies In the expansion of a stahcart Hepubllean press. The Hepub llean iche reatls or otherwise helps te siiji siiji pert a Democratic paper te the exclusion of one ...

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. — 27 October 1892

yy'W rfr' ': JF !HW"V"V'U 3 mjjjj'Mjij ZCmmS! BRITISH TRADE. I 'The President of the Londen Chamber of Commerce, ,In an Address Delivered te That Bedy, 1 Advocates Smuggling. lie Says te the Canadians, New Is Yeut I Opportunity te llujr Cbeap el KiirIuihI and blip the Goods Aoress the llerder Inte the Unlted Stntei. Londen, Oct. 27. A meeting of the Londen Chamber of Commcrce waB held Wednesday at which the Right Hen. Sir 'Jehn Lubbeck, president of the Cham ber, occupied the ehalr. Sir Jehn de livered an address In which he dwelt upon the unsatisfactory state of trade, i which, hewever, he dcolared, had net been affected by the McKlnley tariff te 'the extent that was expected. British trode with America, he said, had de clined less than It had with ether coun tries. The greatest sufferers were the Americans, who felt the pinch mere acutely than did the British. Canadian oxpertcra, Sir Jehn added were in a condition of commercial paralysis thet could net be indefinitely prolonged. 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. — 27 October 1892

BKJ'Y - . - ' C - 1 r-- " F I ,gMcaaxs&-4 miMwe. ' gcgsapgiiiwsapiriiii ,iit;waiiwfpsE5spsji Tw ;ji.,jijiii,, iipippgwgipgiy IliMlUMiif ijwiip ii'IHWwwwpw 5T,,r, 9SBBRS3MGKS9RSKCCmS&CSSSKS9S1''IG38iSSv" mH T L h ' sCm Hub 1 Jjln si ir DAliLi nKKTv The Editor of Tux Ledger la net rcsponal rcspenal rcsponal bie for the opinions exprcsscd by Correspond ent; but nothing reflecting upon thocharno thecharno thocharne fortor "habits of any person win be admitted te theae oelumns.1 fCorruvendtnti trill please eerut Letter se 04 te reach us net later than 3 o'elecft a.m. O Ire taett in as few ieerds a posntele. We went nri in Witt department, and net adcertOttiff notices or pc-lttteal dreutnnit. OUIt AGENTS. The follewing: are authorized Agents for Tn Public Ledger In thelr respective local lecal ities: Jforanbtire Matthew Heffman. JWenn Rebert B. Cord. itlnerva Frank W. Ilawce. Sardte O. O. Grlgsby. Orangeburg C. K. Iless. Sprtfimtrtl C, C. Deirman. MavslM Charles Wheeler. Yanccburg...

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. — 28 October 1892

tjrffmsmMFf1'f iiit in' "Mi mmmmpt, ijii ii nwiwQB!Wpij ;:'.' t i "'BWWfW PBHSOSAt, POINTS, - trciP"! - Tl"i y ieu faiperffiftii efl(nu veu, or f ieu mecotefatcavonavfoit, ftwe drop twa wte A. R. Burgess is in the West. Mrs. L. y. Davis returned last evening from Cincinnati. Samuel Smith of Chicago is visiting bis parents in this city. Assistant Postmaster Thompson went te Ctncinnutl yesterday afternoon. James Smith arrived home last night from Chicago where he had been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Jehn D. Tash. Sirs. Ruth Rceder of California, O., and Mrs. Mary Drcoze of LewisUurg hre visiting friends mid relativcs in this city. J. Powell Spindle, ene of Washington City's rising business men, is en n visit te his cousin, Mrs. Dr. Drowning of Third street. SHE UNDERSTOOD KEROSENE. " Why did the virgins keep lumps burning brightly." The Sunday-school tenchcr It wii9 who spoke. " Because" the sweet llltle girl replied lightly, "Perhaps they did It ee they wouldn't suioke." Chkaue Mail....

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. — 28 October 1892

!3 ,&MilMM SPJP' lfl M - kif.v ' 'v''t "," it" rSW ' .(' . ,-! -' ' 'i ' ' E.J.XV V -Si". ' .V v' VA V. 1 ? v' ', msi mm saw ?: ,j&i wm rfil tm m wSffy mm mm rang. IMWBE6- DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William n. Cox, IVetUcnt Themak A. Davis, VicelYtiUUnt. William H. WAimweBTit.Jr., Secretary arut Trtaiurer. Themas A. Davis. ,......i:Jer and Manacer. BAHorLT.UlCKXAS.Aii'tEdUeraiul Bookkeeper. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Wf LL1U H. COX, M. C. llCSSKLL, A.M.J. Cochran, W. H. Wadswehtu, Jr., Themas A. Davis. CIWRTfTR Pubtle Ledger Tulldlng, Xe. 10 JSitiil JEJ!J. V.Q Thlnl Utrrtl TntrJ Street. . SUBSCRIfTJOXa-IX ADVAXCE. One Teur .. ........... ..........3 00 Mix JfeuUi.. ............ ...................... 1 SO Three Jfeutli.. ....................... 73 DELIVERED SY CARRIER. IVr JIeuUi.. ..... .................... !U Onls 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 SI...

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. — 28 October 1892

'JffiJ8JI&&i Mf ww -i- y M. MlfllHMIhMt TT , ( ON THE WAY. The Harrison Special Starts en Its Sad Journey. Evidences of Sympathy and Resp:ct at Every Point. Very Simple Will lie the Services nt In dianapolis Piiajbe Cary's room, "One Sweetly Solemn thought" te He Head ut the Orave of Her Friend. Baltimore, Oct 23. Special train bearing Mrs. Ilarrisen's remains reach ed here at 13:40, en time. A crowd of at least a thousand persens steed around the depot and en the bridge above the Union Btatien as the train rolled in. Heads were uncovered as the train passed in and again as it drew out A step of eight minutes was made while a change of the engines was ef fected, and the train switched te the tracks of the Northern Central railroad. At 12:48 the train left for the west Hxnnisuuiie, Pe., Oct 23. The funer al train rolled into the Union station, this city, promptly en tlme at 3:30 o'clock, having made up twelve minutes en the schedule, which Is a fast one. At Yerk the roadway f...

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. — 28 October 1892

p- ,"f v ' i.f a" -.'.AT' .a rrwwyipWiWafiniyii'iiiii Ui ii iiiijicsaggfsji 1 W '.' :-V wan BSI Alie Kw dJi'SaMj&g wr ln.Mv UMliU I "rS?23Hr '. "" "SMn ??ZZZ&$j ITbe Editor of Tnc Ledger Is net responsi ble for the opinions expressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend en'tg; but nothing reflecting upon tbocharac tbecharac tbocharac ter?er habits of any person will be admitted te these columns.! "Cerrwpmifknt tent eac tend Letter no at ta reach us net Inter than 0 o'clock a. m. Cfre tacts in as fce wents ai jxwiblc. We uwit nevt in Wits department, end net adeertUlng notice or wildcat argument. OUH AGENTS. The following nre atithoriied Agents for Tn Public Ledger In thelr rcspectlve local lecal ities: A(orantmre Matthew Heffman. Helena Rebert II. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hawes. Sard! B. 0. Grlasby. Oraneetnirg C. R. Kess. Sprinetlitt 0. C. Dcgman. .VnsI(eA Charles Wheeler. VancttntrQMn. Jennle Stewart. Mt. Carwt-Kclly A Foxworthy. Augusta Lcunder Tully. Peed-Joeph V. Williams....

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. — 29 October 1892

iim IfWZ i I'lifcCjiiiiQiiU1-- ",fi- "T ""'ffiiir ;:1 Mr- " - - t " " WV 1 " SSiiSmiKSE!:'!? klimnBapiBVIBMIBHMB9niHiHIHiHBBPHnM fr ft ' B Hi K 1' l ift LE IP 4BV t,IP ii v W : M .V Ji.tfitn AT REST. Mourning Thousands Greet the Harrison Funeral Train. The Old Church Thronged With Sor rowing Friends of the Family. The Simple net Impressive Rite or the Presbyterian Church Mr. HarrUen Tonderlf Lnlil te licit In the Ornre la Crown Hill Cemetery. iNDiANArer.is, Oct 29. President Harrison and the grlof-stricken mem bers of his personal and official family arrived here Friday morning for the sad purpese of placing the remains of Mrs. Harrison te eternal rest in the plaqe she lovingly called her home. The ele gantly equipped special conveying the party arrived hore at 9:80 o'clock promptly en schedule tlme and was groetcd by thousands of sympathetic friends and admirers. They occupied all points of vantage along the rend and crowded the station te its utmost capa city. The train arrived at...

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. — 29 October 1892

: VvVl 'I 1 ptnicfiiifet DAILY. KXCEPT 8UNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William It. Cox, lYtttdent Themas a. Davis, VtCflYetUlent. William H. Wapwerth, Jr., Secretary ami Trcaturtr. Themas A, Davis...... ...JTUUer atul Manager. BxitVTtl.T.n.lCKytAii,An'tEilUeratul Bookkeeper. SO Ani OF DIRECTORS. WilliahH. Cox, M. C. llciwrLL, a, M. J. Cochran, W. H. Wadhwerih, Jr., Themas a. Davis. OFFICE p,,Dte ledger Tulldlng, A"e. 10 Eatt BOBSCRIPTIOXS-IX A D YA SCE. One "Vnu-...... ..................... $3 00 Six Menth. ..., .................. 1 BO Three Menth... 75 DELIVERED BY CARRIER, Per Menth ....-.. ... .......... ...S3 Oul 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 YINCES. A Werd te Republicans. The hope of the party lie In the expansion of a siahcart Itepubllean presi. The Itepub llean tche read or ethenele help te sup port a Democratic paper te the exeliulen of one of his oxen 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. — 29 October 1892

i -;i.. f I r J sf r1 flBwtyP ,. u-i&rw'wimmyi&ifwim. " iiwii"i"pp1 i iit "' 1 AMONG CLOUDS. Weather Bureau and Agricul tural Department Officials Ascend Ten Thousand Feet in a Bal loon te Make Observations, And Tent! orthe itclntlve Humidity mi tlie Earth's Surface nt Different Klcvutiens Tlie Must Itcninrkable Dnllueu Ascension Kver Made. WAsnixoTes, Oct CO. Prof. II. A. Ilazcn, of the Weather bureau, with Mr. Jehn T. Ellis, of the agricultural department, went up In a halloen Thursday afternoon, and after ascend ing nearly 10,000 feet uame down again 6afcly. The ascension took place from Camp Arlington, en the it. Myer reservation, and the balloon landed ever in Mary land, nine miles or se from the starting point The aeronauts went up te malte tests of the relative humidity en the earth's surface and at various elevations. The experiments were thoroughly satisfac tory. It was forty degrees colder up abeve than at Camp Arlington. Prof. Ilazcn gives the following account of...

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. — 29 October 1892

ItaiffSSgs wm. L D imn.. i v. I nJ&J Hue " I 1" Mil 5'7'5v -. ????& l o e IThe Editor of TllE Lkdekr is net rcsponsl rcspensl rcsponsl bie for the opinion oxprcssed by Correspond ent; but nothing reflecting upon thooharno theoharno thoeharno torfor habits of any person will be admitted te thote oelumns.1 WCorrwperwknts irtll please tend Letters se at te reach us luit later than 9 n'etnek a, m. Give facts in as few words as possible. We tmnt news in this tfejxirtmeut, and net adeertUing nelicc or vellllcal arauinnnts, OVtt AOENTS. The ' following are authorlzed Agents for Tub Public Lkdekh In thelr respectlve lecal-Itlr-s: iferanburtf Matthew Heffman. HeUma Uobert II. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hawcs. Sardtx D. Q. Grlnsby. Orangeburg C. it. Ress. SvrinqdiileC. C. Degman. Maunllck Charles Whocler. Vanttbwv Mrs. Jcnnle Stewart. Mt. Caiwl Kelly & Foxworthy. .Autrmifa Lcander Tu II y. Ped-Jeseph W. Williams. BlueltckSerings-J. II. llunter. Subscribers will save the trouble of let...

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. — 31 October 1892

, . ,"'.' rrfliiyg $k; r'i.-,K!',V'i' ' ... .t . 2 . j, ', KfflJfeM i A y'i y""H.y' llllljllMlliPPIliBMIMpW II , WPQI.JI f l,flM-, j.. , , . J..,..'! P f '- :.a jh:,., . , , i - " " . -. -. r . - : i - - -i.f -I-,. is s. Jfr.- i J W r ' Wrt r sW1 m VBllAONAL FOISTS. VB'tf ieu bartfrirwU vMling iam, or If you mevefnyatniiim a v(Wt, (ee drop ua net te 1iut jTt. Den Themas of Chattanooga Is vlsltfug relatives In this city. lien. Themas II. Payutcr was In the city Saturday ulght. Judge James P. Harbeson of Fleming was here Saturday ulght. Mrs. Simen Nelsen roturned from a visit te Cincinnati last night. Hen. and Mrs. Charles B. Poyntz are at the Capital Hotol,Frankfert. Rebert H. Pellltt and wife returned home from Dcllovue last night. Mrs. H. B. Daugherty returned last night from a visit te Covington. Hen. Matt O'Deherty left yesterday morning for his I ome in Louisville. Oeorge F. Albert of Clevelaud is en a visit te his mother's family in, this city. Miss Tillle Ransen is visiting Mr...

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. — 31 October 1892

vl ;: "V3KW m 1 V tJf, ' FATAL EXPLOSION. If rlTOS P"SP WJ.XV f IsW lsnfr? P 1 lTfl. ST3 ..' of the Btcarabeat Wakefield, belonging V ft & M -teiara . .1 m H,t,uu,aMfflWdluaw ,. ! rjii aba -sb-vm- bb -iiTrf'- -km.j DAILY. KXUEIT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WH.tIAMlI.COT, ' JtrtkUnt Tiieuak A. Davis, Vtct-Prtitdent, WlttlAM II. Wadiwduth, Jr., Setreiaiy and Treaturtr. ThOmAs A. Davis .. Editor and Matuiptr. BxMrJ.T.lllCKilAX,An'tEdUorandReokkrcier, BOARD OF DIRECTORS. ' WILLI aH.OOX, M. C. KfSSKLt, A. M. 3. Oechhan, W. It. Wauiwehtu, Jr., Themas A. Davis. SlWrnW 'Publle Lrdatr TuUdtng, Ae. 10 Eat! VTJUljIi Third ilrrtt .SUESCRIPTIOXS-iy ADVANCE. jflae Yeer .. .......... .- W 0l lx Months. ........ . .. 1 SO j Tbrre 3Ienlli. 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. IVr Menth ..... ... ....!3 Ceuls Parable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and mmU known en application at the office. IN HOC 3IGN0 VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. Tlie hope of 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. — 31 October 1892

3 T ferf i FIVE KILLED. Burnsville, N. C, the Scane of a Political Battle. The Outcome of an Attempt te Pre vent a Democrat Frem Speaking. Reckless Desperadoes Charged With Cnus- lug It TliPlr Lender One of tlie Men Who Meets Death Heslile tlie Killed n Kuinber cre llndly Wounded. Raleieii, N. G, Oct 31. Rev. Dr. Geerge W. Sandcrlln, state auditor, re turned Sunday from a canvassing tour west of the blue regions in this state. He had an appointment te speak at Burnsville, county seat of Yancey. A gang of desperadoes in that county had sworn that no democratic speaker should be heard, and when they found that Dr. Sanderlin was te speak, deter mined te assussinate him. On the day of the speaking a very large crowd gathered, coming from all parts of the country. It is said a number of cast Tcnncssoe desperadoes were also present, as well aa some from Mitchell county. The speaking was conducted in the courthouse, and the room was well filled. There was a large crowd out side, composed o...

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. — 31 October 1892

DHUMfWr"1 WWWf " ' WJP'IW'H"1 IPSjijaipHippjpipBMigaaH m " ' . it 14 b njLl aIV rin 1.1 DAIA.Y qk.4 ' Jl zr.--r-'M IThe Editor of TnaLcDean Is net rospenst-' bio for the opinions expressed by Oer respond respend ents: but nothing reflecting upon tbe charao charae charao terlor habits of any person trill be admitted te theso oelumiv8.1 . tCorrcspendenl wil please sh1 Letter se as tertaiuu net lattr than 9 e'elneH a.m. Qtve fact in a few words as possible. We tcant newt tn this (lpartmrU, and net advertising notice or political aruumenU. eun AOESTS. The following are authorlzed Agents for Tna Public LEDOcn In thelr respective local lecal ities: 'ifortrnhtire Matthew Heffman. JMena-illebert n. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Ilawes. SanKa B. G. Grlgsby. Orangeburg C. K. Bess. SprinqdaUsO. C. Oeinnan. Mavslick Charles Whoelor. Vanceburg Mrs. Jennle Stewart. Mt, Carmel Kelly ft Foxworthy. Augusta Loander Tully. Ved Jeseph W. Williams. muelickSprinaiJ. H. Hunter. .Subscribers will save the treuble...

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. — 1 November 1892

r :7; .'TW-yJ'W Y 'wmv ,,T:fw "w-i'T'i I t '! 't ' ;4 ' ' ' . - j w : "; i,.,.' ft Pyt- T-rTMrjMiaiBtnrfTfi'iiiiMMlLi3n5Wtii 11 i-iiniJ:jiriM' r PEllSOSAL VOIXIS. PIT" ieu Muarfid pMfdni; teu, m- you mronlmrauttyena cf((, plew drop usa note tn that effect. Miss Nanlcnc Tolle has returned home after a visit te Miss Snlllc New Kirk of Belfast, 0. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Haldy of Cincln nati arc here te attend the funeral of their grandson, Haldy Hchacffer. Mrs. Ruth Rccdcr of California, 0., Mrs. Ollu Griffith of Legan's Gap, O., and Mrs. Annle Walch of Fert Wayne, Ind,, are visiting Miss Mary . Wallace of 800 East Fourth street. BKIUT DANCINO roil CIIAIIITV. Though the practioe of skirt dancing ull the Puritans abuse, A llttle Indecorum we mar easily excuse, 'TIs for charity the neble dames se lightly daucQ and sing, If net, of ceurse, they wouldn't think of do ing such a thing. But I cnutiet help remai king, when the dane- lng ence begins, That charity unoevcroth a multltude of shins. En...

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