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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily public ledger. — 24 December 1892

f KST mrt tjm.. ift . "-.JT" .' f ns II aiiW I'llM Pi i ' li ' ' i IWIM1E -,4,..whcit .-,.., .,4.. t- -j. ..iji ,.fc.i5iM,Ji ri ft nit i ii iii iikiimTJ' i mfii 1 1 m i ii TJUM AfJ war... i tiA n i n n e - q- q e - e t rp 600' -shb 'ttMug Ma Hmw mi lumfkm DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY fflE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. KWIUIAU II. Cox, Themas A. David, Vlte-JTcitelcnt. JD " j-retiatni K "WILLIAM IT. W ATOWOHTII. Jr.. Hecrctary and Treaturrr, S" Themas A. Da via. ......... Elier and Afaiwicer. BAil.VKl.T.lllCKitA'S.Asi'tEillteraiut Bookkeeper. fr BOARD OF J0IREOTOR8. WlIA.Jj.tC H. COX, II. C. ItOMKLL, A.M. J, OOCUIUN, W. It. WAUMWOUTH , Jr., Themas A. Davis. WFFICE- .Fublle tetteer TutMing, A'e, 10 East TMnl Utrtrt BUBSCRIPTI0X9-IX ADVAXCE. ( Ycmr ......... . ........93 00 1 50 . 75 ?Mx Mleah.. .... 'Tkrve MentUs...... . '. DELIVERED BY CARRIER. irrr aenin .,....... , M .i vrnii Parable te carrier at pnd of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Fj tiuvvrusiiiy tuicb unyvrni unu reusvn- jt'.oete ana maae Known en ap...

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

-! it rH "1 c ''' w 'r" &T-w uVy ' i ' ,? ) &," IKV iS ,f V. M fe1 Jf-!." "l. , r. sseefk; IIWNIAIBMK. Terrible Plunge pf a Santa Passenger Train. Fi Cars Filed Up in a Ced fused Heap and f Fire Breaks Out. 1 Tb Wounded Unfortunates' Jlarely Kseapt Terrible Death Every Seul en Heard Sustains Jujurles, lwe Little Ueys Meet With Fatal Wound. Colerado Sprikes, CeL, Dec. 21. Santa 3Te passenger train Ke. 8. which left' Denver at ll:05-o'cleck Thursday night, was wrecked between 1 and 3 o'clock Friday morning about two .miles cast of Rusted, a small station 'fifteen miles north of this city. The train was due here at 2:10 a. m. Several cars laft tlie track and plunged down an cml .ankment fifty feet, piling the cars in a confused heap. Fire broke out almost immediately and added its hor ror te the scene. The train was run ning at the rate of forty miles an hour ,whcn the disaster occurred, and some of the cars were smashed into frag menta It was marvelous, considering the charact...

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

v J.L'JinJijp.i '!" !SF t" FRANK OWENS HARDWARE CO.' , hCS" Cta:R,IST3M.3 GIFTS. K w. i " MEDIUM and DESSERT FORKS. PLATED CHILD'S SETS (Knife, P0CKET KNIVES In Pearl, Ivery.. KJJJST RECEIVED AND OPENED UP, Ne. 12 TRIPLE PLATE KNIVES and FORKS. Ferk and Speen.) PROM MANUFACTURERS, A LARGE STOCK OP PlatedTEA an;TABLE SPOONS PaKmVEland RUbbr " 0AlV3GtJITJ, L PA,RS' and Buck Handles. . v v fw., FINE SCISSORS and SHEARS." Pearl, Ivery and Buck. O. "V, B. RAZORS Shotguns and Rifles at Cost PHEFER MONEY TO CARRY OVER T&AN GUNS. . " r COAL VASES and FIRE SETS (TIHE3T BAZOBS IMP OETBD.) FULL LINE OF ALL MAKES. k i vw i Jji5tE3 Gallagher of Covington at tempted suicide by cutting his threat ami throwing himself en a railroad track. i V Cornelius VANDEitntLT is preparing "te build the 0nc3t residence in New ' Yerk City at a ce9j of 12,000,000 or mero. Tf la tt Iia linnml tlinf ttin ilnniraFAna f ''and senseless pastime of having battles with roman candles en the streets will net be indulg...

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 December 1892

rr jji lTf .-iH ',' ,'-V" , ,.--, ,- ,. '- t'fV r . ".r.5"..' Wfwsa taftuJatajt f- -fc-ijwj'--"'"i1IJ,niijljljiijJj ,4--.i-- mi feVi n-.i I K!". ;, BC-' .,-' id Ov ' M i'tVT ft'. ' ji' -.' t J I ,: , 1.VS- i- . ! 4 V. 1 f i I . i t5l , sJ' J '" "W'J J.. . W '4?4nr . ili:W, ' CJ';? ' ' W t M$ '-;, eAtaHRKtt root Tit an reu jpexcna . - CAJIKFUC VOKSWStilWV. 0;(nn m fe the RtnOt of tht Iteeent Tldaffave and CycXenle VitiiiirbincM " What' tf'm Vi Hitlrirt Iter' TueulBterlans who writes iha -annate of. tUilcounii'y.fer the thirty-two years from Lincoln' inaugural te Harrison's cxangaral niity divide thd'era'lntd tl'Teb . ? great opechs: Five years of war, ten . years 0! reconstruction end 'seventeen years of contradictory bulletins about filalne's heiltli..; The -snub administered-te Speaker 'Crisp by the leaders el the Reform' Club dtnuenln NowYerklni4 already became an Irritating lesue between the friends 1 of the Speaker and the partisans of the .' President-elect. Frem the mutured v'...

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 December 1892

. V B ' ' A a 4 PWPi DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, 11Y iimn "DrrDTTn t.t?tvjxltd nn LJJULJ X UAJXJXJ XIIUUTJMJA JJ. IWlUIAU II. Cox, Tuenan A. Davis, fkre-JYrrfifenJ. jTuuem Wilu am n. Wapwerth, Jr., Secrttary antl Trtaturrr. J'Thevas A. Davis, ............ fttUer and Manager. BAMCIL T. IIicxu AN, JEHiter cjikJ Joettf7T- SCMJiD Or DIRECTORS. WlIUeM U. COX, M. 0. JtUMBLL, bA. M. J. Cecubak, V. II. Waiww ebth, Jr.. Themas A. Davis. WFFICE-$"fZr wv, e. 10 a,t SVBSCSIPTIOXS-IX AD VANCE. Year -...... . ........ ....... S3 00 MX Mentb.-.. .. .. ............. .... 1 50 hTfcree Mentlis ......... ......-.... .... 73 DXZIVXRXD Si' CARRIER. ' Per Wentli ....... .............a3 CrnU Parable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. te.5, Altlv !! J llHO UliyVIIO Win I lUvVIt' fir nMe and ?hmj A-neicn en flp.tcaim at fAa ejfiee. A Werd te Republicans. The hop of Mie party IIm In Me nrpcuMten of a italicart UcimlAlcan preas. The ltepub Jiean who read or ethcrtctte hell te mtp mtp ipert 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. — 27 December 1892

l H'J iSAA "tiv,.f ' . ; - :C At- K.- ' N-J i i$5f m tfl INU'-tl. ' m i"j i M. iB imas& f .i - vC 3 1 ftNTIR IKING.' All Parts of the Country Held Under His Sway. Terrlble Blizzard Rafflngln (he South west, Particularly In Kansas. Trains n the Saeta Fe JUmmI TJaAtile te Get Out of the Bary tmns-At Ar- hausa Uy a d Other Points ..,, All Trams Are Delayed. .;;( KAtfBAs Crxy, Ma, Dea 27. A tynl. Kl bltzsard begun its formation In this eality Sunday night and at 8 o'clock Monday morning' It had fully material ised, the morewry at that tlme having fallen te six degrees below zero. The blizzard wan preceded by considerable Wew and accompanied by the usual biting1 north wind. The storm ia far reaching, extending ever the cntire seuthwSBt, and is particularly Eovero in Kansas. . In this city the thermometer marked four degrees belew zero at 10 o'eloolt Monday morning. News from Tepeka Bays that the snow storm Sunday afternoon was gen ejral all evor the state, extondinglnte Colerado 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. — 27 December 1892

wmwmm. JHH, ;. t Tr4a.i.:" .1, . Tf . .'l' - "? ' .) t iH " cv . ,. ,' w C lt Jb3' Jl mJLPhL.3 GrJLJt? " JL"13, " v. JST RECEIVED AND OPENED UP, Ne. 12 TRIPLE PLATE KNIVES and FORKS. Plated TEA and TABLE SPOONS MEDIUM and DESSERT FORKS. PLATED CHILD'S SETS (Knife, Ferk and Sftoen.) CARVING SETS and PAIRS,. Pearl, Ivery and Buck. POCKET KNIVES in Pearl, Ivery- 'C'l Pearl, Ivery and Rubber Handle a.nd Buek Handles" r ' $&1 nr"Tlfl- TV A -Km-Ei a nmrmtinci a t a r-ni cim-k-i-rr r-n jr - J." iwiu j.uxnt or jxj i urvciive, xx u.a.jn.v7.cj exvjvjxs. ur KNIVES. FINE SCISSORS and SHEARS. J "XT". "B "FP- AOT. Shotguns and Rifles at Gest PREFER. MONEY TO CARRY OV ER THAN GUNS.' IK'.; Bft V FINEST BAZ0B8 IMPORTED.) COAL VASES and FIRE SETS JM FULL LINE OF ALL MAKES. FRANK OWENS HARDWARE CO RU! At tbe fashionable diuners oysters are served en artificial oyster shells. tyA JAduhibrs of Depew's oratory will be LTglad te knew that his scrnpboeks are ibelDg ransacked with a view te pub licatien...

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 December 1892

' fiJ 'i'J.' Al V 1 K i', u- , -r a? & .91 .rt VI t h ( k it L v,f. kt.r'' vn, . i 3 ' P1- tmi fffKCRBENJtKOMMENT."- OATSF.ItKl) TOOHTllKlt FOR FVXVUB ' - CAUKFVL COXSlIWJtATlOX. K IhUihii ' v'Twr M (e the Jfrsults nf'thn Jteeenf Tidal ireua and Cyclenln Disturbances ' What WUl Uie Harvest Jler" TARIFF PICTURES. Oh the average, employees in the manufacturing establishments ofDetriet, Mich., madeu $391 during the year covered by the census of 1880. Ten years later they were aver aging $494 each per annum. In tfiy former year the establishments in- question paid $6,306,460 iri xcages, and in the last census year $18,359,846 or nearly three times as much. A'ew Yerk frets. The Spring Hill cellerles, the largest in Neva Scotia, has been clesed by a strike of the miners. One thousand people are thrown out of employment. Let's see; don't Neva Scotia enjey the blessings of Free-trade? If Jay Gould had lived te be as old as Vanderbllt did, it is calculated that he would have fCCO.COO.OOO...

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 December 1892

-TV ''". '15 hi JMmnqM i Hi i ) - fpik,mifyl!imiw.,i .-, w, '' , -. (L . . " rt r1 TMMM ABVXXTlBDrO. HKSfcJiitak "- ' '", -. . 1 w-, ri(v ' j'jfc.i" m, K iMtei DAILY. EXOKPT SUNDAY; MY 'THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. P.T nJUJAMJIiUUt Tiieua A. Davis, itce-lfeiUHttt. .TTWIUCTO Wiluau II. Wadhwebtii, Jr., Secrrtary and ZVecuurer. VThemas A. Davib, ......... KIer and JTewicr. BaUCXLT.IIiCKMAM,ii' IRIJer and .Boerqr. SOARD or JIRCTOR& Cwiuu H. cex, M. c. uprsfll, Ja. M.J. Cochran, W. II. Waphwerth, Jr., Themas a. Davis. WFFICE- PublU! Lttlgtr Tulldtne, A'e. 10 ut Third &rtt BC2SCR1PTJOXS-IX AS VAXCS. e YMM.. ...... . ......3 OO iMl Months..... 1 SO 'THree Menth.....................-.....-............. ... 73 SELZYHRRD BY CARRIER. Per Menth u ...-.-.......-. . 23 Cent Parable te carrier at end et month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason- ' ahle and made kneum en application at fcvtfte office. A Werd te Republicans. 2h , Thn hnn at thn nartu lira In the rXIHtntieit K of ...

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 December 1892

'if" 'fc, .,, t,' Ik, A S k Av.5w.it ilh , 1 U-j 14 IM $ jfil sr s W, w Ai c . Af MOSTLY FIRE.' One Fireman Killed and Twe J.T Badly Hurt. A $450,000 Conflagration in a Mil waukee, Wis., Tannery. TIie Flre Spread se Quick That the Fire men In the Upper Stories Were Cut Off Frent Escape, nnd They Unci te Jump Frem the AVlnlews. Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 03. The Wil liam Cocker Leather Ce.'s biff tannery, together with that of Cenrad Bres., burned Tuesday morning. The plant of Cenrad Bres, is completely burned. Like all the big Arcs of lata it was at tended with fatality. , One fireman is dead, another is miss ing and two men are lying badly injur ed at the Emergcney hospital The list is: Julius Heubner, piperaan, Company Ne. 0. dead; unknown, member flre patrol, missing; Themas Malenoy, line man, Company Ne. 0, injured internal ly; Jehn Geegh, pipeman, Company Ne. 0, badly braised and injured internally. The plant of the William Beeker Ce. is valued at about WOO, 000, rnd that of Cenrad ...

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 December 1892

ICjC ' : 1 " -'M EjjlST RECEIVED AND OPENED UP, Ne. 12 TRIPLE PLATE KNIVES and FORKS. Plated TEA and TABLE SPOONS MEDIUM and DESSERT FORKS. Pearl, Ivery and Rubber Handle KNIVES. PLATED CHILD'S SETS (Knife, Ferk and Speen) CARVING SETS and PAIRS, Pearl, Ivery and Buck. POCKET KNIVES in Pearl, Ivery and Buek Handles. FINE SCISSORS and SHEARS. FROM MANUFACTURERS, A LARGE STOCK OF &i : '"TF.l -.! 7m 33 Shotguns and Rifles at SesM COAL VASES and FIRE SETS (FINEST RAZORS IMPORTED.) FULL LINE OF ALL MAKES. PREFER MONEY TO CARRY' OYER THAN GUNS. i. !.Men. Lnms Oahmhriiti. rnenntlv irXlsed te the candidate, Is said te ba the only journalist te whom the red hat has Stenglven. JSan Francisce is led te believe that plrs. Hearst, widow of the millionaire 3enater, will leave it $1,000,000 for a (great museum. Richard Iliamxs, colored, was utnus- leg himself at Loxiugten by throwing (Stones at Riley Owens, a white man. lie didn't step until Owens put a bullet -through his head. Higglns was a ...

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 December 1892

!i m-m 6 mj x m r IM i tTpw &jL i -- ,. - 'f vi f :- ,?,'' H li "KrMENTTtul&ttENr GATHERED TOOETHEIC FOR FUTURE . CAREFUL CONSIDERATION. Opinions as te the RrsuU of the Recent TUlat Wave ami CtehM Disturbances " ' H7ia H'lff Wis Harvest net" TARIFF PICTURES'. f P 'Employee! in the manufacturing es tablishments of New Haven earned en the average MS jf U J n t8S0. When the last census was taken they were found te be earning an average of . $564 each per annum. -$5,761J74 tea dffrj(4fe(i in former census year, wages during the S,76270 represented the wages paid during the latter census year. Who in New Haven W, did net share in thq benefits of these in creases? t New Yeik Press. National quarantine will be the ox ex ox pression of National sense. Tbere lies the way te ounces of prevention which are worth tens of cure in pestilence The unpleasant fact is that the canse of the whole trouble, our .output of sli ver currency, continues unchecked, and cannot be checked except by the...

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 December 1892

Klfll,.'VI T.A.- T KH" . Mhl -4, V tf V l"w I In Moaberg, Bwedcn, many of the pcas ants arc said te be starving. Famine. " Vfifc - -i - I, , , i I,, " T T ' i i i i ..' - - s ' '" " w. if mm&mw r DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. WlLUjtXlt.COX. t JhrtiUcnt Themah A. Davis, Wiliiam II. Wadjwerth, Jr., Secretary and Trtarurtr. i-,- Themas a. David, . Editor and Manager. RiVVXhTftIlCKHAit, AittJSMoraiulJJeokkerrtr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. ftf WlUJaUll. COX, M. C. KUMTtL, lA. M. J. Cochran. W. It. Wadhwerth. Jr. j, Themas A.Davis. 'OFFICE Jb,le Ltd0r TuUding, A'e. JO .Brut SVBSCRIPT10XS-IN A D VA NCR. e Tear .... .......-.3 00 Mx Menth........ .. 1 SO I Three Menth....... ...... ......... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Per Jfenth S3 Ccnla Payable te currier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made knexcn en application at 'the office. A Werd ta Republicans. The hope of the party lira in the expansion of a stalwart Republican press. Tlte ...

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 December 1892

'l 1 HP1 '- .v . .. . j . . HI Bv 3KSZTTir yTTrrrTlw t i i m.ii..iii.i-.wiw . !.. .- -i n i i , it--. ....I. .., -., . . ,... ....- .... . - -..- - - i ' ,.. .'! E ?, -fV , 'j s IS lAtV raHDTf.QTf.Ttf I, ime old aq "XJkJLl XJJ.X.X. aJJk)X.J X IS " "1X31. i i Dynamite Dees Destructive Werk en Leng Island. Glass in Surrounding Buildings Fer Blocks Away Shattered. Several Mangled Cerptes With Many llruUed and JUleedlng Living' lledlea Taken OutThe Uxploilen Occurred In the Shnft Under Hast ltlver. Leng Island CiTy, L. I., Dec 20. At 8 o'clock Wednesday morning a box of dynamite oxpledcd in the shaft sunk for the new East river tunnel, near the junction of Jacksen and Vernen avenues, this city. The explosion set fire te the four-story trick building ad ' joining, and shattered overy pane of glass in the buildings for blocks around. At 0 o'clock nlne bodies were reported te have been taken from the shaft A scere or mero persons were injured by falling timbers, glass, etc The ox ex ox ple...

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 December 1892

'5 ft 7m PLATED CHILD'S SETS (Knife, POCKET KNIVES jn Pearl, Ivery and Buck Handles. . FINE SCISSORS and SHEARS. fJUST RECEIVED AND OPENED UP, Ne. 2 TRIPLE PLATE KNIVES and FORKS. Plated TEA and TABLE SPOONS MEDIUM and DESSERT FORKS. Peferl, Ivery and Rubber Handle KNIVES. Ferk and Speen.) CARVING SETS and PAIRS, Pearl, Ivery and Buck. 7 FROM MANUFACTURERS, A LARGE STOCK OF .' .Hi ,tu Shotguns and Rifles at '. . "v. :b. COAL VASES and JFlRE SETS mHZfiT BAZORS IMBOBTED.) FULL LINE OF ALL MAKES. PREFER MONEY TO CARRY OVER THAN GUNS. FRANK OWENS HARDWARE CO.S fc CP3IRI3T3wfl:A.3 GIFTS. bglw jm i 1 1 I Dest 1L SpGacstiAM H. Walde, Cashier of the Detroit Lubricatlug Werk9, was held up Rra'.the street and robbed of $1,100 by two fH H .Jenx Pukdv was burned te death in te lock-up at Wllmerding, Pa. IIe was drunk and tt is supposed set the building en tire. ... Sbsater Carlisle is still being dis cussed at Washington in connection with the probable acceptance of the Treasury portfolio under...

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. — 30 December 1892

rWjHm m.arr- w, - ,"- : i SWT 'IT1 . . l. .-' - i.y ,t , r . - Pi,'S" t""v r t wt . 0 .''.' a M' 5$P'V Ai fc. 1K0RRENT'K0MMENT" ' a'ATBEttED TOOETJlEJt frOll FVTOllK '(V CAREFVL CONSIDKll.tTWX. Opinions as te the Results of the llecent ' Tidal Wave and Cytlenla Disturbances " What WUl tin Uarvest lie?" TARIFF RCTURES. The manufacturing industries af Utica employed G.710 persona iit 1830; 11,416 in 1890. The wages paid in these in dustries in 1880 amounted te $1,917,657 In 1890 they were $3,535,130 It is evident that Utica profited by Pro tection. New Yerk Prcts. Just at present the transatlantic steamship companies labor under tbe 'delusion that their powers and interests ' are superior te these of the United States of America, but they will get rid i of that fallacious notion In geed time. Many of the European countries are preparing te send their views en immi gration te the Government of the United States. It Is net tee much te say that their views en Immigration are rather mero ...

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. — 30 December 1892

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmaassM Tub new jail at Gcqrgotewn will be boated by steam. ABvsKTzaura. It te. i. ?i , ? p.-' 3i. . I '. " . ' T ' , ' I I1 HI! M I ! ,iVy'DAILY, EXUKPT SUNDAY, MY fcTHE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. IWlLUiU II. flnr. Themas A. Davis, JYeiMetf William II. Wadhwehtii, Jr., Secretary arvj Trtantrtr. STmekaa A. Davis KMterand Hanaetr. AitW-T.UiCXU AV.Au't Editor and Boelkfrper. BOAUb OF BIXSCT0X8. twiLij h: Cox, m. c. hussfli., . St; J. Oecbban, W. H. Wadbwebth, Jr., "i i Tdemaii A. Da vis. OFFICE StfL'f isfe"" Ju""e. - 10 Mt "TAInl rrW, '.J- 18OBSClUPTI0irB-m ADVAXCX. Te. .... ................-.83 00 f fatat.-......... .... 1 fte (Three KBtfe...-....................... 7.1 Mv BELirXRXD BY CASX1XX. Tt Mulli .. ............................... 93 tVnU Parable te carrier at end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason- utile and made known en application at Tthe office. mk Werd te Republicans. X7ie hope of the party lies In (he expansion of a ttattcart Jtepubliean ...

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. — 30 December 1892

K P95 V' 'V n Tt B te l "V M" V ISER'SLAN." Tlie Secretary's Scheme Upset ' ' by the President. Mr. Harrison Wants Ne Bends Issued During His Administrator Wnll.Street Men "Were In Faver of the Ucheine and the 8pece.lfttlv Contin gent la lllgh Feather They (JeuntedHi t en the l'retldent's Ce-operation, ,Nkw YenE, Dec 30. The Times states . that Secretary of the Treasury Fester trip te this city wrb net en private business, as was given out offi cially, but was for the purpose of con sulting with Wall strcet magnates en the preposition te rollevo the money market and check the expert of geld by having the government issue from 150,000,000 te $100,000, 000 of bends. The Wall strcet men wcre in favor of the scheme, and the speculative contingent wcre in high feather. The president's co-operation had bcen counted en as sure, but this confidence was suddenly discovered te be delusive. The precedent net only refused te approve the deal, but he went further, and expressed himself , with un...

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. — 30 December 1892

FRANK OWENS HARDWARE COS (. iBLl JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED UP, Ne. 12 TRIPLE PLATE KNIVES and FORKS. Plated TEA and TABLE SPOONS PLATED CHILD'S SETS (Knife, Ferk and Speen.) CARVING SETS and PAIRS, Pearl, Ivery and Buck. MEDIUM and DESSERT FORKS. Pearl, Ivery and Rubber Handle KNIVES. POCKET KNIVES In Pearl, Ivery and Buck Handles. FINE SCISSORS and SHEARS.' FROM MANUFACTURERS, A LARGE STOCK OF O. "V. IB. RAZORS (FINEST BAZOO. IMFOKTED.) FULL LINE OF ALL MAKES. Shotguns and Rifles at Cost. ' PREFER MONEY TO CARRY OVER THAN GUNS. COAL VASES and FIRE SETS CHRISTMA SI GIFT 3 1. ft? Htt nnnn tttnll.lrnnntn Vtt nti stn a man of Portsmouth, is dead. The product of American distilleries of fjall kinds last j car amounted te 117,180,- fy 14 gallons. $1',' Mm. Lei.anu Stanford has a mission "Afer shoes, and she probably has mero pairs at a time than Queen Ellzabeth ever dreamed of possessing. When she married Mr. Stanford, then a peer umu, ene of her father's wedding presents te her was any n...

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 December 1892

' RH & m KM i A . iBi ''-, y"V" 1 ' imwv Lin J tfnmmmVL ik JBW (m-ik fKDBREOTKOMMENTn - iiATflERHD XOOBTUEU W)R FUTUIIB OABEFVL C0NH1DEUAT10S. Opinion as te the ttrtults of the Ilceent Tidal Wave and Cyclenls Vlttitrbance " What mil the Harvest JieV TARIFF PICTURES. Frem 1865 te 1890 the consumption of cotton by American mills increased under Protection 493 per cent. The consumption of cotton in the mills of Great Britain increased in the same time under Free-trade only jfV; Pr cent. Which is the better policy for the Seuth te encourage? new row rwa. Let the Democratic inquisitors go en with their Investigation of the National Treasury by all means. Their report, if It Is an honest one, will be se strong a vindication of Republican financial policy that the Democratic carpers and croakers won't be heard from again in an age. Every man his own annexationist is the rnle that should govern geed Canadians who seek closer relations with the United States. He may net be nble te nnnex ...

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