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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 24 May 1886

VL1 M ___ PRZL eie VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., MONDAY, MAY 24, 18' DAILY TELEGRAPH. 'es' -wi- will cmtn (G. W. MeCRANIE. Editor. of from I S---------- Is situate V. M. TELLES, Publisher and even mO Business Manager. 2 and 31 $15.00 to OUR TEXAS LETTER. lant over Interelting Letter From Fort Worth this yeal Texas. LO FORT WORTH, TEX., May 21., 1886. Invest Editor Daily Telegraph: NEW After a somewhat dusty run of over Rouge e 800 miles, I finally arived safely at day say my point of my destination at which Peniten place however, my stay will be only tion t, temporary. I am very well pleased Theoph with Texas so far, but it is not so vict wt with a great many others whom I have bitten t met, especially at Marshal. There I 1884-85 found a great many idle men lying had to about without fulads and without work in the This state of affairs, these men say was examit brought on by the railroad company in FreI discharging a good many men and re, He a instating the strikers, nearly all of was a whom...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 24 May 1886

iMi i a l b1 Mr. G. W. W, hiteMd, mayor of it Wpw S W ' lf 15 goo* 4o di Clnoelnsti .J1 Musleal testi ,val which is to be bekLthere,. aq14 .'W ti.% bqU -allot of thbe ,r .~ A II ll eH Natebti fr . ,1[ I4aWat town last Tuesday. . htteldge who brought t ' Powelleup ýe Ouachita 01 ,tpA P In coqand of the at *t marm C COfty of Batoon t ates b N'P. ew York dated , ti .,4T; abb'lR. Smith Trea- , ' d`d 'of Domestle Mis dl t ccoudnts to' t he h jg QW9 l khas appointed lntena:m 'FalMl T. -Nicholls' of Mthe o.a0rd of Visitors to atgI W .fllary Academy B rg p 'smistaken in cc Il JacPk. DeHart, who t Q , 1p" OleasThursday was one oE 4l t. oýtmen in the Red at C  aptain was a Ous- ft n.m. olthe second lady fi I '1i oethes being Mrs. Itlirll i 'htrt uiar f lyledeesed In ,Lý th the law' at New York i '1 ~_En ilto1et of 'the pleasure A ~ , g .lta prohibition a ea severe blow thus: A St. Louis physi, eiSp alp 4 aps of alcoholism by, al , opIt; be then cared the s e bat ,. tttrough the ageacy ...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 24 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. Official Journal of the City of Monroe sic MONROE. LA. MAY 24, 188. an CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS, at - - ~th ICEI ICE ! 11 Ice houses have been established at the Cotton yard and at Jeter's Butcher Shop CO in Five Points. Ice delivered in lots of 10 lbs. and up wards to parties who take that quantity regularly every day. Parties wishing ice delivered will notify Mr. Johnson at the Fcetory Of the Monroe lee Company. , BAGGAGE ! BAGGAGE I! I desire to inform the public that I am now running a single dray for its con- be venience. All orders for the prompt de livery of baggage to and from trains and le hotels will receive my personal attention. hi V. F. VOGH. to Shaves-Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for he a dollar is all the go. FOR 8ALE.--Ono milch cow with calf two months old. Apply to H. T. BENOIT. W ANTED--A white woman to do gener al housework for asmall family. Good wages to competent party. Apply at H. T. BENOIT'S. F OR RENT--Ono go...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 24 May 1886

A young am a strsered into ~ i enttral Police ý j 4, 4i ot as ift alsled, He leaned against thie tihe add-did to carried to the turnkey's rod4lt yIirp he asked fo, 0AI , Up gaup bhj Dame as John Sullivan, a native of Ire leand, aged i ht1s!J4 p. bad arri YorkeS w 4.ys aro from t isthmus of Panama, where be had worked upon De"Lesepe' Canal nthlbe contracted i~Pa  , the nesrgle of that dL hfe a ln hiblago, and he was making his way thither by aid of the poor auth H t ao that 'deaLe'. Johanso na tie diJstile :phy slelae, who ordeeid the ambulance and sent Ae -Mae h the City Hospital. Sullivan said that lie bad sailed from New Oress with a gag of 860 men for Adpll whilU from whenee they were net thirt, mJ t. rior and set at work iAt r r'the etnal. The fever broke oat among the men and three hundred died, Sullivan and fortylpize others only surviving the ravages of oie dread diseas`. Sullivan and two comnrdes walked to Aspin wall, took a steamer to Kingston, JagunssO, and walked to Po...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 May 1886

be4Isaifl__ FACTSO CE OL. IIROE, LA., TUESDAY, MAY .. a DAILY TELEGRAPH: , (. W. MeCRANIE Editor. I1 _ 1 _-- ----= = a V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. Brutal Murder. THOMASVILLE, Ga., May 25.-News o hins reached here of a brutal murder 1i in the eastern part of the county F. fi C(',leman, a farmer, became enraged at a hisr wife and knocked her down with a a hoe. He then got a razor and cut ti her throat. Officers are in pursuit of It the murderer. e ....- .,e4 b..O-- -_ Murdered: MosUNTATN, GROVE, Mo., May 25. d -Swain Anderson, one of the wealth n hiest and most respected farmers of tl tlhis county, was shot and killed last o Saturday night while on his way from 1i a Masonic lodge meeting. No motive t except robbery Is given for the cause c of the murder. d Railroad Accident. SLATER, Mo., May 25.-A freight train on the ,hicago and Alton rail way while approaching the city Sun. c day morning dashed into a drove of I cattle, killing three of them. Their carcasses thre...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 May 1886

AN I UspESIIG l +J1 P ON E ' s  ~rt' e head of "Letters from the PejI-. th New Orleans States pub tidhI the following, which will doubts ih3 lterast merehants and planters stih.- We publish the letter, leaving the reader to draw his own deductions .': XjI2W OgnLEANS, May 14,1886. 8i SIB ;-In your issue of May l (otles Dr. Cunningham's objee toat to the lien law which is correct so ar as it pea, and I will call the atten, tion of our legislature to a few more faets a they exist, in regard to the per oialous statute. It is certaln that the law benefits only parties who are unreliable and without means of support, and when the party makes application for sup piLs, does the merchant let him have theM oao aceount of. his .honlty or . uinfeger Modt assuredly not, but bieas th-tatate gives the merchant a lien upo the debtors' crop. Tloe nereasats will tell you that a 'qso 4 of debts last are against par ties rho,gave mortgages under this law. Ii Is A common thing for worth les mon to g...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH, C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor, Official Journal of the City of Monroe --I MONROE, LA. MAY 25, 1l. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. ICE I CE tI Ice houses have been established at the Cotton yard and at Jeter's Butcher Shop in Five Points. Toe delivered in lots of 10 lbs. and up wards to parties who take that quantity regularly every day. Parties wishing ice delivered will notify Mrs Johnson at the Factory of the Monroe Iee Company. BAGGAGE BAGGAGE II I desire to inform the public that I am now running a single dray for its con venience. All orders for the prompt de livery of baggage to and from trains and hotels will receive my personal attention. V. F. VOGH. Shaves--Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is all the go. FOR SALE.-One milch cow with calf two months old. Apply to H. T. BENOIT. WANTED-A whitewoman to do gener al housework for ismall family. Good wages to competent party. Apply at H. T. BENOIT S. FOR RENT-One good double cabin West Monroe. Apply to% W. M. ...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 May 1886

C , I hF DAILY fELEGRAPH .-,Duriu the day ,be had fe'Wk: e, ' Ie es ý 91ý6 town ed bhi with the,,( aw*ggl of :the dep*- rgl ! vhgg tib jail keys Fields started with the marshal to jail. bIt-*bip ae die rallthes than go toU ly4e tuA .bWg4spte is front of the IDay sooes, he-.Fields-shoved the marshal from him, and as luiek as thought e . eptLy Sherifl Brown e ig M e' Would kill Robt. Miller, the Marshal, if he did not Interpose, and as he was also aet 1 { gcPq !d iso a short tae'lMr. ii6er eomtheteiI shooting. ,I&i i to iis ktei with illstol in hand, and 'although hailnlg received the death wound still attempted to shoot the marshal. He received some ijht or ten shots. An o5age .oerlainly hasa right to de fend p #epeI latee by force. It ii p r f ite"in this connection that both Mesers Miller and Brown were acting in their ofolal capacity, one as marshal andthe other as deputy shiimf, who had the right to protect themselves. Wg read over the evi dence taken at The coroner's inque...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 26 May 1886

.~ailll ..... . _ VOL. i. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 26,. 886" +` DAILY TELEGRAPH. Win` ~-- - Wet G. W. MeR&NIE. Editor. Of IN -- Iresit V. M. TELLES, Publisher and and Business Manager. chu Swer Gen. F. N. Ogden Dead. and NEW ORrEANS, May, 26.-Gen. F. Of t N. Ogden, famous white league leader two died yesterday evening. Age 49 years. bea - - ~ - up Dies Be CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., May 26 - soil T'wo of the three men who were in- and .tred by explosion of powder Monday have since died. lets The Queen's Birthday. dea TORONTO. Gou, May 26.-The Sec queen's birthday was observed Set t Iroughout the Dominion as a general ton holiday at Halifax, Toronto and Mon treal. - - - let Gladstone's Resignation. IONDON, May 26.-There was conk we 4iderable excitement in the House of tel Commons yesterday afternoon in con% en s quence of the report that Mr. Glad" the stone has tendered the resignation of the government to the Queen. Miss Folsom Denies the Report BUFFALO, N. Y, May 26,-The ta Commerci...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 26 May 1886

TRIM lETING OP THE LOUISIANA PRE1S'CONTENTIOY. The people of our city should not ,. lUto remember that the State' Press S. nodation meets here on Monday, Auiguat 2d., and they should begin even now to make some kind of pre " ration for the proper reception of the "agulders of public opinion." The ' !following programme of exercises has been, formulated : PROGRAMMIE. L-Ad4ress of Welcome by Judge Thos. A. Garrett of Monroe. .--1eeponse by C. C. Miller of the East Crmll Democrat., &--The Power of the Press-Maj. E. A. Burke of the Times-Democrat. SBuaBinees Management of the News pa er-Judge J. B. Trimble of the Farmer rVile Gasette. , -".f--The Power of the Press to Purify .PoliU0t-Gov. S. D. MeEnery. a"-The Lady Editor-Mrs. M. L. Garner S eth'aamt Carroll Banner. : ' !.-The " State Press Association--lon. . .::l Jesthmaiki of the Capitolian-Advo eate. &.-Poem-Mise Vivian McGrath of the Baton Souge Truth. 9-- ;pr9.- ress as an Educator-C. V. Por ter of the,Democrat-Review. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 26 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. Official Journatl of the City of Monroe MONROE. LA. MAY 26, 1886. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. ICE I ICE ! Ice houses have been established at the Cotton yard. and at Jetor's Butcher Shop in Five Points. lee delivered in lots of 10 lbs and up wards to parties who take that quantity regularly every day. Parties wishing ice dellverea will notify Mr. Johnson at the Factory of the Mon roe Ie Company. eAGGAGE ! BAGGAGE tI! I dlesire to inform the public that I am nowrunnink a single dray for its con- venience. All orders for the prompt de- I livery of bawggage to and from trains and hotels will receive my personal attention. V. F. VOGH. f Sh"a vha s. Randolph', eight shaves for a dollar is all the go. OR SALE--One milch cow with calf two ofnnths old. Alply to - ~. T. BENOIT. it WANTED-A whitewoman to do gener- P al housnwork for asmall fanmily. Good wages to competent party. Apply at IH. T. BENOIT'S, of OR RENT--One good double cabin West O mo...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 26 May 1886

DAILYJ IGiGAPH MO LA., MAYI l.4 Infantry boy i'will be along about to morrow." T-  ld man looked piteously frol one to another, as though besebing them t ttdlvet rthe w overg eltih " tidngtlg. ~1obdy bs6ke. Then be toleek p en. Lee's addrai and read it earelully through twice. He laid it down with a mighty sign, and taibuig up4hs chatto go, be said: Well, mebbe Gen' Lee knows best. Mibbelt's best to give 'em another try,?' 4t doesn't do tsr Christians to be bard and unforgiven. But if the derned Yankees don't behave, we'll Just have to turn in and wallop 'em again." And so philosophically accepting the remlts of the war. Uncle Jona I tliia troted ood home in Infinite con ten. at having participated in Geon. Lee's generosielty. A story comes from Philadelphia whichb should be heeded by people Who may have calls made upon their purseby relatives living at a distance In this Wse h certain dentist was asked to amist a relation-an old lady living in Georgia-who asserted that she was i...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 27 May 1886

t b · 9RII~~~C' 9 VOL. i `,· ° 5 , . r i .1 MO R E -,^. L ,U AA VOL. 1. , ., T U D , ..M Y I ~~a ii I" n anmnum ~ii.•.u rd ] ' DAILY TELEGRAPH. (G. W. MeCRANIE, Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. An Elopement. 1VITKESBARRE, Pa., May 27. Antderied, six miles south, of here, is wildly agitated over the reported elope ment Wednesday night of Miss Hops kins the daughter of Richard Hopkin general manager of the Andenried Coal Company. She eloped with a common. Italian laborer employed on the railroad. The woman is twenty-one years old, hand, some and accomplished. A Village Entirely Destroyed. CHICAGO, May 27.- A Milwaukee (Wis) special to the Chicago Evening Journal says; News has Just been received in this city that the village of Runkles, Wis., on the Valley Di vision of the St. Paul road, was totaUy destroyed by fire on Thursday night. Among the property destroyed was the lumber mill of Hadfield Bros., of this city, together with 1000 cords of wood, Many of the se...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 27 May 1886

T a of Cairo Is on a le a t rfar as sjcka Ait It i statinary. I;s 'he asfl ton O)llgraph says that the , Yet O tatJo ctrop in Lincol 'parish "Y w.r io doubt hbp conwderably short 4 this year owlmg to continued dry ,weather which has prevented trans 1platinge. - • _ The guns sent to Gov. FbPtaer to be used against any rlterB In Cincinnati ite a aSgaptlne arm, made at Windsor, Con., especlally for riot work. They Seotaln five charges of buckshot in the magazine, besides one in the chamber. While a youpg 'woman was being takep Ji an express train from Boston to a reform school the other day she ;,eluded her guardian and jumped through a window while the train yas at fai speed. The train was stopped, bt so girl was found, nor has been yet. . The liquor dealers of Vicksburg Sbhee sileted an organization and are S"gNb:'to fight prohibition to the bitter S Uie. sister city Meridian is aggi. tasti over the same question. In Vicksobmg the liquor dealers have res itmned legal advice in ord...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 27 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPMi C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. ver Official Journal of the City of Monroe I e hel MONROE, LA. MAY 26, 1886. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. far S Th ICE ! ICE! del ed Toe houses have been established at the Cotton yard and at Jeter's Butcher Shop bel in Five Points. nei Ice delivered in lots of 10 lbs. and up wards to parties who take that quantity an: regularly every day. Parties wishing ice thi delivered will notify Mr- Johnson at the Factory of the Monroe Ice Company. era BAGGAGE I BAGGAGE ! f! t I desire to inform the public that.I am eat now running a single dray for its con vonience. All orders for the prompt do- thb livery of baggage to and from trains and th( hotels will receive my personal attention. V. F. VOGH. Fr Qhaves-Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is all the go. tel ap F .OR SALE -One milch cow with calf 'two nmnths old. Al-ply to pa H. T. BENOIT. arn W ANTED-A whitewoman to do gener- Of at housework for asmall family. Good w:gesu to compeotent p...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 27 May 1886

*TA Y .EGRAPH MONKRO, LA., MAY 27 1.88 Senator Jones in Ban Franeiaw Post.) I w, betieves IA"PoWidence dA*, years ago, when I was sherlfi ooj&iy I bsPj t' d " s rangevO ;Irt* w Vtetlurne s A pa* okp .a bhet Ser poo Ytbbileb . 1ras e6lbwjoiiowitng a thint mountaln tiraI, and the sue was jL ,lg b ne s , ead the horse was In a lather. I came under the sbae.e bil aMMk dud thought it would ib; -e~,lqt to get off and have a smoke. I .at down on a cool boulder, apt a pipefual from my plug, filled my pipe and fel:r a matdbh.. Well, Joe, there wasn't a aathb anywhere In my pockets. I searched and searched, but there was no match. I tell you, qe; r .II oree over that disappoint, meet titan I've done since when the hrst has gone back on me and hit me for a thousand at a clip. But while I eat there on that boulder .Wgpped In gloom, what d'ye sul-pose my eye suddenly fell on? A match, by heaven, yling on the trail not six feet wqa, y m eel I nsed it--though I was a little afraid to touch It...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 28 May 1886

4 1 ~ ,A.-~ *- ' -L'~..;·:-i'E: 7-7 VOL. . LA FRIDAY, MAY C VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, MAY 18,, DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. MeCRANIE, Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. Snow in Vermont. BURLINu TON, Vt., May 28.-Snow to the depth of several inches is report ed at various towns in Northern Ver mont and fears are entertained of severe damage to crops by frost. Church Burned. ELMIRA, N. Y., May 28.-The First Methodist Episcopal church on Bald win street was "discovered to be on fire yesterday moning at 2 o'clock and de spite the efforts of the firemen the magnificent building was totally de stroyed. The chureh was erected in 1876, and was one of the finest church structures in Elmira. Loss on build. lpg and furniture is from $70,000 to $75,000. Fast Trains. 81. Louis, May 28.-Commencing on next Sunday the Wabash railroad will materially quicken its time sche dule between here and New York and run the fastest East bound train that leaves this city. Its morning train will...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 28 May 1886

L :TELEGRAP ., LA." MAY S7 18s. ib or ,v*t of IfinoM, Gov. yl;la '',ý rst 'ousin of J. N., (*1 pegldgat of the Louisiana Negastt atOfNeu OTlsIs. Sreabedelbative oin the sLegislature resahi* tht '9i0 tg noticte of him se adIi ewi Orleans Ohronocle: would ap orias the Gov elat lespnnl t polioe Jnrors, and that will Ste .bveral parishes unhappy ba*db b *nl t to eletee them', ?e Mexilcioleiprocity Treaty has been adveriely reported by the Ways and Means Committee-a tariff for re venue commita-e-on the ground that It would work no commercial good to thhbuiiunfry, but would "cause the ruin of our sugat and tobacco interests. Mr. Hewitt was a minority in its favor. Thy" ;gw Orleane Obronicle Is oppsead tqhe Sunday closing act w14b is porrying our eolons at Baton Ro . ,This Is what it sabs: M% ersltdy Is on hand, with a Sun. da.gmlui Wipt, which will go down n·ar ·u A ro ie of debate, public opistJes oot.ustatlng It.. :if s4;r, asnoyed by typograph icl esy have some faint the rage and d...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 28 May 1886

. DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. Oficial Journal of the City of Moaroe MONROE, LA. MAY 28, 1886. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. CE I ICE!! . Ice houses have been established at the Cotton yard and at Jeter's Butcher Shop in Five Points. Ice delivered in lots of 10 lbs. and up wards to parties who take that quantity regularly eovery day. Parties wishing ice delivered will notify Mr- Johnson at the Factory of the Monroe Ice Company. BAGGAGEI BAGGAGE II I desire to inform the public that I am now rftnning a single dray for its con venience. All orders for the prompt de livery of baggage to and from trains and hotels will receive my personal attention. V. . VOGI. Shave--Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is all the go. OR SALE.-Ono milch cow with calf twoJ lanths old. Apply to H. T. BENOIT. W ANTED-A white woman to do gener al housework fir asnmall family. Good wagoe to competent party. Apply at II. T. BENOIT'8, OR RENT-One good double cabin West fMonroe. Apply to W....

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 28 May 1886

tM an Francieeco is probably the ugliest y e is Ualn, 4spitelher baistiful Ssurroundings, her ideal situation, her ravishing watetlpIg f 04", Is* supphed her with charis glore, but on her fasp the deforming hapdo of map haiq , iopy, hideous miks.. "Her architeture is a nightmareof grayapd wooden hor bp h ol e $iogp lack both paint and dignity, and are hunddled together, s.l 4 lhkq i eawilpreaent alt r gl7, lJrp t.ng fence. A tall, wooden fence habs ts obvious use in rural distriots, where it protects the grounds and gardens of the residents from the unwelcome ineursione of rov. lag cattle, but it is many a year since kine and swine have been permitted to = I; .Iuot the IBa Francisco it i, and there is neither sense nor beauty 4tI 00 1r1e, wooden structures which surround the lawns and partero resf every second house in San Frans elsee. Eastern cities have long since abandoned fences, except in some easis, whete a low, lacelike, iron ralls lIg is substituted, and one can ride mile ...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
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