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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 1 November 1892

.? Lyferri " i .a l i .MtmmMX ' ' 4U i i i ii -3- --fa--. w.. . .. . . - w HA,, 1 & tv ..... ApailvA.. DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. William II. Cox, Jetldt-nt Theman A. Davis, Vtcc-I'rttUlent. WiliaaX II. Waihweiith, Jr., Heeretarv nml Trtaiurrr. Themas A. Davis Rllter amt Manager. fiAHVm.T.'lUQKMLS.Ait'tEilttoraiulReokkrepcr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Willi a II. Cox, M.C. IlrsHLL, A.M.J. COCHItAN, W. II. Wadhwektii, Jr., Themas A. Davis. nWTm? PiMlv Isttgtr XulMlna, .Ye. 10 Halt Ur'l UJi Tllrit Mrrri, SUBUCRIPTI0XS-1X A D VA XCE. One Your ... 83 00 Nix Months.. .. 1 50 ThttMJ 31 until ?S . DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Ier Menth .. . ., i Cent Pnynble te currier nt end of 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. The hope of the party lies In the expantten of a stalwart Jtepubllcan press. The Jtepub llean tche remit or ethenche helps te sup- pett a Democratic pap...

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. — 1 November 1892

- '. , ' ' T?"iV r ' "" 5 ' 4 "wwffPS? ,m$Xfli ""' " ' 'iiiywinrT'ryj91'1 -i ? lAaKUfVfti 1 THE LUTHERANS Emperor William Leads the Cer emonies at Wittenberg. Over Five Thousand Visitors of Nete, Exclusive of the Delegates Frem the l'retestant Countries of Karope ttutl the l'retestant l'rl cf of Der. many I'reeut A lluinuga Cere- weny aud a Large Frocesslon. Behlin, Nev. 1. Ceremonies attend ed with unusual splendor marked Mon day the rededicatlen of the Lutheran Memerial church at Wittenberg, and the restoration of which at the cxponse of Emperor William has just been com pleted. Over five thousand visitors of note, exclusive of the deleffaics from the Protestant countries of Eurepe and the Protestant princes of Germany, are being entertained in the little town. The duke of Yerk, who is the personal rep resentative of Qucen Victeria, is the guest of the emperor. There were pre liminary s crvlccs in the city churchcB at 0 o'clock, and which wero attended by large congregations. At 1...

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. — 1 November 1892

P??Tf f iiji fk ' lpvwem ( v R t iSfS&f OUR I DAILY 3rvsjriAjsw- fsw IThe Editor of Tits Lidekr is net response bio for the opinions ezprcMOd by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend ents: but nothing reflecting upon thooharao theoharao thoeharao torjor habits of any person will be admitted te these columns.! OUR AGENTS. The following nre authorized Agents for The Pudlie Ledger In their respectlve local Itles: Moraiibure Matthew Heffman. Helena-Hebert U. Cord. iflnrta Frank W. Hawes. Sardlt D. Q. Orlgsby. Oranachurg 0. It. Uess. SprinqdaleC. C. Deu man. Maytlkk Charlee whoelor. Yanttburg Mrs. Jonnle Stewart. Ut. Carmel Kelly Foxworthy. Augutta Loauder Tully. P4 Jeseph W. Williams. Blueltck Spring J H. Hunter. Subscribers will save the treuble of letter writing by paying their subscriptions te the Agent at their place. I'OJICtC SVEAKiyO. Hen. Jehn P. McCartney, Itepubllcan candi date for Congress, will speak at the following places and times: Louisa, Tuesday, November 1st. Greenup, We...

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. — 2 November 1892

I,' I fc I K r It v P IM A I R ' ' 3f V ireu haverlf ml glutting teu, or 1 ieu nre iiilnieuvrt mt a vCnlt, iilcacc dn tua uet (e that effect. Miss Resa Filstoe of Cliften left Sunday, I nfteruoen te spend tlie week visiting friends at Broekvillc. William Frlsjoe of Covington spent' yesterday with Lis parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. t Tayler Pristee of Cliften. A WAltNlNa. When Maud and I last obanced te meet I ran de leve In short meter. And told nor that she was se sweet Thnt I could almost cat her. That night I drcamed I had dene se, And took my meal with glee. Vas It a wnrulngl This I knew She disagrced with me. Jehn P. McCahtnev te-morrow night. 1 m i REOUiiAii monthly meeting of the City Council te morrow night. Heau Jehn P. McCurtney at the Court house te-morrow night. 1 m 1 1 Allen O. Myers spoke te the Democ racy at Aberdeen last night. Election returns will be received next Tuesday night at the Courthouse. Afteu next week the city election will ceme in for its share of attention. Tub...

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. — 2 November 1892

I&u ryr K "FT, J t .iL'WT&A W 'ft , ft A, i. A ;i C- m $ LvT, L - jj . nIT ifa0 ic DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, HY .THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WlLMAHH. Cox, Thema A. DaVM, PrtiUltnt Vlce-Prttldtnt. William n. WAweRTic,Jr., Stcrttary and Treamrer. Themas A. Davis. Editor nnd iTanager. ,8AMUXLT. niCKMAN.IJ'lJSiltteraild JOOAMJT. I BOARD OF DIRECTORS. ia7..v..u TT. fv. f tf' Hn..vtl. L'a. M. J. Cochran, V. II. Wahhwerth, Jr., Wr Themas A. Davis. OFFICE J"Mle Ltilgtr TuUding, Xe.10 Eait SUBSCRIPTJOXS-IX ADVANCE. One Year . ...... . 83 00 Six Menth. .... 1 SO Three Menth.. .. . 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth ...... . ... 3 iVuli " F&vahte te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. - Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application the office. at IX HOC SIGNd VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. The hejM of the parly Ilea In the expansion Of a stalwart Hepubllcttn pre. The llrpub litan clie reads or elherteinc helps te uji. pert a Democratic patter te the exclusion o...

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. — 2 November 1892

1 $m$- mmmMv ;IWFriP m- MBW'iy ? i $8S$S?Ml . - . . ' f v i ..' -, . i t t - "s '. - v' 1 II I. II W 1 I 1 II I 1 m. I V' YJk ffi . v t ,., if M, S; MARSHALS. r,They Are Authorized te Arrest Ww' - .With or Without Precess. Attorney General Miller's Circular te tbe Supervisors of Election uy yW In All Parti or the United States The y, '' i Previsions of the Federal Election w " 1.HWI Are In l'oreo Wherever Con Cen , ,. cresiuien Are te H Voted Fer. r' jtt t Washington, Npv. a Attorney Gen eral Miller has Issued a circular te U. S. &' supervisors of elections, U. S. marshals 1 and U. S. attorneys In all parts of the Unitcd'Statcs In regard te their dutles at the coming election. At the outset Mr. Miller refers te the fact that, en Octobers, 1880, Prcsldent Cloveland ad dressed te Attorney Qoneral Garland a communication requesting him te take general charge and direction of the ex ecution of the statutes of the United States touching the appointment of supervisors of elections 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. — 2 November 1892

3- LA m n X zir tBP a , i l.ivOrcrv (e) raMlAw- TC :7":r . r SMSgga& : ""r'tims. mWmW II fi rw 'W' vJvl' illyV,V A7i rQintyrtnl MveiiittmtnUwuitr TftySSEpsattSK:: 0l0lNSAT!PIVi8iOKCnBBArAKBAMDqHfe&rfS HlllHilW'.l . . m. . ISlllllllllMf mm m 6 r -mm . W f mammmm'mm Km r ... mLmt i - - ---- ... .-. .. .J.J- . ....- w ....... ... . .. . . . rm . j- - . K W rc b r""i . mmrs.r- -. . i v vivwi ist iie fiuiiim r -xieiii wrin HV: , . ,i' I J id. 'LI T P - 1 J "Wed,"" ," " JVuiid," .tc., e an acpfa- QMt y ' -Tr'sM mm 4 Wmmm I jk ATI IV Me wture, and net te cxceai ,ir Kurt, en this c IBj "'L-Xmy. '-, "" 7. Vr I lMIhtrtntadrfl:mtMt Inserted u-MA- MM r ' ssrrm v- v VJ C IfaiuxcenfaU te come the flnt time, tec invttt X Iffit, s 1 a many rtiKtttwni a ar nttttfaru te itcure XTii l.M ., lAuvnuiiuiu. iiiatuui.nu inn iiiiiuusp ji.iii,a iicuiiui 111.1 unit triuic mm aattrune Ter. we itun trie ailterlucr wivil ITUe Editor of Tub J-kdeeh Is net rcspenal- bJofer the opinions oxprcesed by Correspo...

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. — 3 November 1892

qyw . .. ,! i Ma aaraa aaijiteMMMaaaaUaaMlwaatfaaaaiiajfcav iiu)w . - " 1 s i REESt i A r vv "iT V 1 H U J' X .kj! : : : tt-. I maw- t 3Bl yeuhave friends visiting you, or If ynu areoeln&rtilonot)fciJt, plwe drop twa net Ce fftat effect. Mrs. . II. Kcnner of Fleinlngsburg is visiting in this city. MUs Maud Qcia left yesterday morning toiylslt'reiatlves at Cincinnati. Hiss l-lallle Warlleld Burgess Is attend ing the Conservntory of Music, Cincinnati. Richard W. Wntkins arrived yesterday , V ; en ft visit te his old home after an absence t!i,V of six months nt KIrkwoed, Me. 1 V. v .A. ' '!"-J VKfllj 1m. FOUR MOIIE YEAU9 OF HEN. . A rear of grnce, A rainbow cbase, A brief Campaign, and then A vete. a rout, A nilghtr shout, And four years of Hen. Kansas City Journal. ' Hear Jehn P. MeCartney te-night. i , i i Randelph .Frest is still improving after a recent spell of severe illness. Everybody Invited te hear Hen. Jehn P. McCartney nt the Courtheuso te-night. Tuere were 050 arrests m...

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. — 3 November 1892

Kts jCTSg .'"" w r . k.t .en j-1 . f'-S Vi-Ai " y V " ' J .:. ""fcis. aif 'N w Jte V K't'iL- i '0 j-'-Wl. .A .. l '"wrrSfptr n -A t &- rnjf - r i i (. t-JJ , ,.,, , , A. r-.r-n-jr-, J .Tmr, .' ijNB4Mfcgai Hi DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY f'XtJMR PUBLIC LEDGER CO. - "William II. Cox, TllOMAft A. Davik, VtcffrtttdinU i-rtnatn WlLltAU II. WAJWWOBTH, Jr., Secretary and Treaiurtr. Themas A. Davis. . . Editor and Manager, BxtlVltz.'t.lllCKVAit. Att't Editor and Roekkerper. Mipn nr nrKKcrnKX. f WiLtJvn. Cox, M.C. Ili'mru, ifJL. M. J. Cochran. W. U. Wadhwekth, Jr.. ',' Themas A, Davis. OFFICE p"bttt Ledptr TuUdlng, Xe. 10 Eait TMrd Strut, 8UBSCRIPTI0X9-IX ADVAXCE. 6m Tear .......... . . 93 00 '" Hx SfeuUta. ........... ........................ 1 SO iTHre Meutl....................... , 73 '& "' DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per .aeatb ....... ... ............3 euii rarable te carrier at end of month. i TO ADVERTISERS. V -j .4dwWfain0 rales uniform awl reason- ?"$ " t7i sm7 tisis?j Z HA1PM in ltin...

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. — 3 November 1892

kPRiir&dBEasw. ta' WUte&?. ''ISiPwi,'! ft --'Uai '" ., -t --2: -J:Jl'. . ? ji W BE HOflGfRED; ' A HORRIBLE- DEATH. An Explorer fall Over a CUR and I At . ' . .. J.jJ j . . .4t iStr tK TSKj : :-- ' 4te ? c r 4V J r n m x Cel. Dodds, the Slaughterer el Dahemeyans, te Be General, .$'. Alse te Be Made an Ofilcsr of tic ;' ' Legien of Hener for Services. KJnr Ilehniiiin Will Ue Kxecutcd-The Daheineyuns Are Led by Twe Hundred White Slen, lSclgluns and Uerin.ms t - A Medul tu Commemorate. v Paris, Nev. 3. Cel. Dodds, the coiti ceiti i vmander of the French forces operating y In Dahomey, will be promoted te be e gcueral, and will be made an efllccr ei the Legien of Hener. If the govern ment receives a dispatch before the meeting of the chamber of deputies Thursday announcing- the entry of the French forces into Abemcy, the capital of Dahemey, a bill will be introduced ' providing for the striking of a medal tc commemorate the campaign. tffail advices received here show that whllg, 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. — 3 November 1892

J. i! ," ? 4." . ' SaafjrfM 3 v p a fe- NL w.-v. I. ft E& &-',. ! ir.t '1 i t A, I -X DAILY - IThe Editor of Tne Lt-dekr Is net rcsponsl rcspensl rcsponsl ble for the opinions oxpressod by Correspond- ii ents: but nothing reflecting upon thechnrac- fTPrffl t.torfer habit of any person will be admitted He tboee columns.! ,. v KrCerrarimulenta will pirate tend Letter se a tereaeh u net later than 9o'cleck a. m. Olr fact in a few wartU a possible. We want new tn thi department, ami net advertMna notices or veluteal araumfint. OUK AGENTS. The following ere nuthorized Agents for TnK Public Lr.rxiEK In their respective local It Irs: Ateranbura Matthew Heffman. Helena Hebert U. Cord. Minera Frank W. Hawcs. Kardf U. O.Grl8'by. OratitfcJjun C. It. Itess. Sprinudale C. C. Degman. , Maysllek Charles wheeler. Vanc4t)urg Mrs. Jennle Stewart. ii. uarmei Hewy hoxwermy. i. Auaxuta LeanderTully. IVfd-Jeseph V. Williams. , Blucltck Spring J. H, Hunter. Subscribers will snve 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. — 4 November 1892

SWPPSi1 '"W ("T m..,,- " re iiIimiii I ! m' , ... ' .- imv .' ' L Mh r c .1 - r r. t h in n h i r r r t: .ffesM.4K irnri. tMll mom. have frlendi eltttlna treu. or ( veu ' pre going away en a visit, pltata drop wa net te that t. Mrs. M. R. Gllmore la visiting rolatlves' at Hinten, W- Va. Miss Alice Ferman Is visiting Miss Jen ' nie Weed of West Second strcet. Rev. B. W. Mebane and family left last night for thelr new home at Radferd, Va. Mrs. Allce Evans has retumed te her .home at Covington af ter a visit of several wcekai te friends und relatives in this vicinity, T. F. Ellis, fermerly a resldcnt of Abcrdcen but new of Washington, D. C, was in Maysville yesterdny. He is going all the WBy te Missouri te vete for Hard ion. ALWAYS WITH US. He fellows us llke evll Fate, And all of us Imbues With pltter, unrelenting unto Tbe man with squeaky shoes. Ubiquitous, Indoed, Is he, - Impossible te lese, Ne matter when) en carth'we be The man with squeaky shoes. In Heaven may we rcsplte And, An...

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. — 4 November 1892

Ofe r w rs 'v" . L.A SKrf't r . . : Ir; t; YiiisSi-KAvravS 7 , m2 - US -sy ( lVvsS- - ' mxmfcm , , .. JUAU.UI ou..i,i, 4 THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. TliTT.V IfTIIPfWn enuntv tv William ii. Cox, Tmemak A. Davis, llce-l'reiUltnt. William n. Wamwebiu, Jr., t Secretary ami Treasurer, Themas A. Davis, ................Editor and Xanaecr. 8AMCILT,niCKMAH,-ll' Aliter end Bookkeeper. HOARD Of DIRECTORS. Willi n. Oex, M. c. Bcsskll, 'If A. M. J. Cochran, W. It. Wadhwehth, Jr., i 'i Themas A. Davis. .M. OFFICE-T ""taff, b. ie jevui subscriptiexs-ix ADYA nce. b Tear . .. . . ....... 93 00 (Hz MebI1m.................... 1 50 Three Months ....m. .......m....... 75 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth .........................a3 Cenla Payable te carrier at end et month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason ''able and made known en application at the office. HOC SISNO VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. The hope of the party lie in the expansion of a stalicart Republican press. The Repub lican xehe...

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. — 4 November 1892

fTftv! '; - . f - XliiKSXMMWl ft K.. ,f I'! , 4 t y( & J-; J tj MV 'I w v, p. MARSHALS. Fear Their Presence at the Polls Will Cause Trouble. 0 m Solicitor General Alrich Decides that v.- Thay Have a Right te Be Present, .Aad Tliai They ITave the rower te Sum- meet Sheriff Pcxie Ceinltuttu te Alilit 1 liem-8evernl Htate Offl ... elnU Liable for Conspiracy. , Wasuuiqten, Nev. 4. Solicitor Qen. Alrich, the acting attorney general, in a formal and sweeping opinion, just rendered, as te the. employment of -United States marshals and supervisors " at the polls, rules, In addition te the point previously covered as te the right of these officers te be present within the rolls at the polling places, that the marrfials also have the right te sum mon the sheriff's posse cemit&tus te as sist them, and also te call upon all or ganized military bodies for the same purpose, $ JIhe acting attorney-general odds that ttfS alleged instructions issued in New Yerk, Arkansas and Alabama bring th...

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. — 4 November 1892

f h- w- & rm, H h ?iT DALLY " (.The Editor of The Lkdekr is net rospensl t bio for the opinions expressed by Correspond Cerrespond Correspend ent: but hethlnir roUectlntf upon thochnnve--torlor habits' of any person will be admitted te Fhose columns WGenpfndnM will pleae ntul Lttter e a te reach u net later than 9 o'clock a. m. Ofrs fact in as few word a ivwelMe. w want new in this department, and net advcrtixlnj notices or political anniment. OUR, AQKNT8. The following nre authorized Agents for The Pubme Ledger In thelr respectlre local lecal ities: Meranbura Mntthew Hedman. Helena llobert H. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Hawes. Sardla U. O. Orinsby. Orangeimrg C. K. Kess. SDriniKlale C. C. Deirman. Maynltck Charles Whoelor. i, VarwJtU"ifcrMrs. JennloStewnrt. Mt. Cama-Kcllr & Foxworthy. , Atieuta Loander Tully. . f Pd-Jeseph W.WIlllnms. " Blueltck Spring J. II. Hunter. Subscribers will save the treuble of lotter- writing1 by paylwr their subscriptions te the Airent at their place....

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. — 5 November 1892

w HTH ?- ? ,r'. 4& S99IP jnr &&&? r;. ,, -At ' H? THI& IS "STARTLING! A BIG CLASH pAII, PUBIIC LEDGER Mav (Vrnr In Wnur Vnrlr CM.v. JUDGE JAMES P. HAlWEBOtt'S JIECOUD Election Day ;35 &.? r AS A SALdllT QllAliUEH. "(u w- . TV v B &' m i i m V I fa1 lf 4", hi ftfci: J' (Hrra Elected Judge of. Fleming and tfurti lj Cet4tUi or Mere Pay lie Alte Levied a, $3 Petltax Contrary te Laic. James ,P.' Ilarbesen, Democratic can didate for Judge of the Nineteenth Judicial District, is semewhat of a "cor "cer . notation lawyer" himself, for he was at ' terney for the railroad which runs from Jehnsen Junction te Hillsboro, passing through Flemlngsburg. The only reason that he Isn't mere of a " corporation lowyer" Is that there are no ether corporations in his neighbor hood te employ him. But he Is something mero than a " corporation lawyer." He Is a " salary grabbed" When he was elected Judge of the Fleming County Court the salary of the office was $500 a year. Mr. Uarb...

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. — 5 November 1892

J"ftv-' w- T1 Jv I. , Dt-H-c . &- 1 t r W '-2.' :v a- . -, jy. i ;u fc 'l 'L. L.'jf ? p fci n M ' 7 ft '.', Ui - f i" . If : ft -, riDm Pjyflf ftNte&i DAILY. EXOEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. wnxiAM n. cex, Themas a. Davih, XtcflTttUltnt. William It. Wamwerih, Jr., Secrttary and Trtaturer. Themas A. Davis, .. ..EJUer and Manager. Jj BAUVVLT.TflCKHAN.Aii't EttUer and Boekkteper, ? BOARD OE DIRECTORS. WILUaM II. COX, M. C. IlDMKLL, A. M. J. CeCiiban, W. II. Wadhwertm, Jr., Themas A. Davis. OFFICE Fr,b,,c Cft,w" T'u'WIeff, .Ye. 10 Salt 8UBSCRIPTI0X9-IX AD VANCE. - Tear . .. ................ 83 00 Six Meuth.... 1 SO Thr Meuth. 73 i DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Menth ............. ................a3 Cents PTbte te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. ' Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. in hoc signe vinces. A Werd te Republicans. ' The hope of the party Ilea In the expansion Of e staltcitrt Republican press. The Repub lic...

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. — 5 November 1892

. jMJBWJ'jJMilllMWli) J1" .h ii r i ., S ,'.'.i--i : -gMM t " ll'l II -U -. OUTLAWS DEAD. Ned Christie Killed by a Pesse of United States Marshals. The Officers Use Dynamite and Blew Down Part of the Heuse. ,A Companion of Christie Wounded and ' Zlurned te Death, nnd a Third Man ". Arretted The Female Clirlitlcs Ca Were AlUewed te Kioupe. Taih-equaii, I. T., Nev. 5. Ned Christie, the notorious outlaw, who-killed Dan Maples, a United Status official, a 'year age, is dead. lie was Burrounded about daylight, Thursday, by sixteen jleputy United States marshals, led by DJpk Brunts and A. Q. White., TThe presence of the officers was un known te Christle until sunrlse, when one of his companions came out of the cabin -where Christle had fortified him self. He was ordered te surrender, but the only reply was a Bhewer of ballets, none of whieh, however, took effect. The fire was returned, and he was severely wounded. lie managed te get back into the house, however, and then began an all-day'...

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. — 5 November 1892

a' ZXrw . - V , ,? i fc flBl. &- is tv jfc & m a SHt ', far.- fe? Bfefc' 5ft. IT" LV " KWr ' vs.. w W ar,'.. U iirsi .. :$feA : If HgmKjV mi IB flffi'1''-' BKeiM L'TOK.1. JTA mmmfT Mb OURj 'j IThe Editor of Tn Ledekii Is net respensl- "'v.ble for the opinions cxprowed by Correspond UMJii-J r fTpffi l?.-1 ' ehtsi but nethlnjr retlcctine upon thechnrnc- ter or hablU of any person will be admitted te these columns.! WCenwjwTuIcnl iciU plcate tend Ltllcr te at lereaeh us net later than 9 e' thick a. m. Give ract in nt few inml en poMiete. IPs tcant nsirs fn this itejwrtmrf, and net advertising notices or velttieal artiumcnU. OUlt AGENTS. The following are authorized Agents for The Public Ledger In thelr respectlve local lecal ities: Mitranburg Matthew Heffman. Helena Kebort II. Cord. Minerva Frank W. Iluwce. Sardis-l. a.Qrlgsby. OrartffeJwru C. It, Ress. Sprtnoifctte C. C. Deirnmn. Jlraysliek Charles Whoelor. Vanccburg Mrs. Jennle Stewart. Aft. Carmtl Kelly & Foxworthy. ituf...

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. — 7 November 1892

r j . m W. ti.V r.v j n w. y dT.fctfj-t .,- Ws sw ,, Xr b. L "" I8ADEM0C1AT Ijcjc co wrjuDi,jw;W rjtx bend of XKJB rXKK-TMADE PAMTT. fMettement That Be Gave Financial Aid te if the Mefmbtican Prove Untrue Bttt He Did a Give $10,000 te the Democrat. KA Bpeclal from Pittsburgh Bays that 1 iBenry C. Frlck; President of the Car negie Iren and Steel Company,' has fsweUed the election funda of the Dome- jjkatie patty by a contribution of $10,000. T'Thls rived th Ha te thn AtAtAment graphed last -week from New Yerk stfiat Mr. Frlck had given a check for a srlarge amount te the managers of the .fAhnlillAan Vntlnnf Anmnnlnn Ktjcyuuiiau imtiuuai vuiuyuigu. It Is net regarded as strange that Mr. Jpilck .should hare given succor te the Democracy. In the late Homestead treuble it teas la 'Democratic Governer who ordered out tthe troops. It was also a Dcmecrdtic officer who fwfl in command of the military. The contest of the Carnegie Company hvith its-locked out Union werkmen cor cer r - ftuuuiy ...

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