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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 30 June 1886

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1886. NO. 201 DAILY TELEGRAPH. (. %. .eoCRAfIlE, Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. Burned to Death. SLHER.MAN, Tex., June 30.-Two girls of William Milles, aged 12 and 10 resplectiveoly, were burned to death Monday night seven miles southwest of Sherruau. The duilding caught tire irom carelonessness in throwing akway a match after lighting a lamp. 'l'h rt':t tif the family had a narrow (; ilt'. II Rtesigned, WAsHITxNrox, June 30.-Mr. Wm. E. Smith, assistant secretary of the treasury, has tendered his resignation a to the President to take effect July 1. a Approved. Th'l Presidont has approved the act to legalize the incorporation of national tradls unions ; the act granting a fran king privilege to Julia D. Grant ; the net to remove the political disabilities of J. G. Flonrnoy, of Mississippi, and ton miscellaneous bills, Including the bill to pension the widow of Com inodore A. A. Semmes. The president also vetoed two pri...

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. — 30 June 1886

D AP It is said that la Iould's son George has gone to London to marry Miss Edith Kingdom, an actress. In some parts of Mexico precious woods are so plentiful that the natives build pig-styes out of rosewood logs, Miss J. T. Losee, organist of Dr, Chamberlain's Church in Brooklyn, is said to receive a salary of $1200 a year or nearly $25 a week. The widow of the New York broker, Woerishoffer, has for consolation a for. tune of at least $10,000,000. Peter Kaiser, a prominent politician and who was a member of the City Council during the Behan adminis tration, died in New Orleans Sunday. The British privy council has granted an 'application to make Dun, dee an open port to foreign vessels. It is believed that trade with Amerlic will be Improved in conscquence. Since the Spingfleld, Mass., public libray bcc~me free, the number of books taken out has been multiplied by three, although the yearly charge was previously only one dollar. At the Conference of the HIebrew Releif Association o...

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. — 30 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. P1' KELLEIt, Associate Editor. Ollicial Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA. JUNE 30, 1886. -----~- I -- _ Gerspach's Opera House. THURSDAY, JULY 8th, 188I6. Benefit of Monroe Public Library. The first appearance of the PELICAN WARBLERS MONROE AMATEUR ('CO.dEDY COM PANY, A. W. KELLER, - Manager. In their Reonowned Plays of Tz I13 EXý-CenT Vr , BOX AND 0OX. -AND THE TWO AWFULS, MINT'TIRELSY, BURLESQUE, PER FORMANCES, ETC. FUN! FUN! FUNI!! Lau.d, You Will! Cry You Must ! COME ONE! COME ALL! fusic '\ill be furnishod by the MONROE BRASS BAND. An extract front the Morehouse oentinel of Juno 16th, 18S6: "The Monroe Amateurs played last Wed noesday night at Levy's Hall. The plays were good, and were heartily enjoyed and tncored by the audience, Although the weather was very sinclement, still a good hosoe greeted them. The young men per fiormed their parts well, and fIr. A. W. IKoller in the role of the darkoy was inimi table. We wishl the company mtuch sue Admissio...

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. — 30 June 1886

MONROE, JU in the old way, but kill the animal and take it by force of arms. And there is no liquid state about its orig in as it was known to Bill Nye, that is if we except the brief period in which it is reduced to a semi-liquid the process of frying the crackling out. -Mobile Register. In a recent letter from Mrs. E. B. Custer, she says; "I do want the boys of this day to know Gen. Custer Boys all love Indian stories, in fact anything that savors of peril and of dangers fill their heart with yearings but boys, while from the lives of Generals like Custer, Lee or Jackson, you may learn "of hair breath' scrapes i' th' imminent deadly breach," that may make your hearts beat and your cheeks glow in sympathy, yet from their lives too you may learn lessons not of war, or of military tactics, but of kindness to man and kindness to beasts. We all know how Stonewall loved old Sorrel; and the writer has seen Ihe white haired Lee stoop to pet a toddling child and in his gentle tone to say t...

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. — 1 July 1886

OL. 1. MONROE, LA., THURSDAYJULY 188 CES VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1886'. Sý 20 DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. MeICRANIE. Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. Arkansas Democratic State Convention. LITTLE ROCK, July 1.-Toe DI)am ocratic State convention met at noon. Nearly every county was represented. J. N. IHewitt was elected permanent president and Samul Black vice presi dent. After appointing committees the convention adljourned till 3 p.m. A Lucky Hook Keeper. NEW YORK, July 1.-L. W. Pearce, of No. 263 Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn, a bookkeeper who for some time has been a claimant to the estate of L. H. Bythe, who died in California three years ago leaving an estate said to be worth $8,000,000, has just received letters from his counsel in San Fran cisco which make it appear that he is likely to obtain the entire property. The contest is between Mr. Pearce and an alleged daughter and other relatives of the dead millionaire. Brilliant Social Event. CITY OF MEXICO...

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. — 1 July 1886

Anothei :ed by Mrs. U. 8. Or profits from her husban ' ul the The widow of Meyerbeer the com poser, died at Wiesbaden recently, aged 82 years. The second game of the series be tween the Viguets of Donaldsonville, and the O. K'4. of Shreveport, played yesterday, resulted in a victory for the 0. K's. by a score of 9 to 6. Mr. King Introduced a bill in Con gresse Tuesday, appropriating $200,000 for the relief of sufferers from the late violent, unprecedented and destruc. tive storms in certain districts of North Louisiana. Anarchist Most blows a bellows in the prison on Blackwell's Island. The joke which naturally accompanies this statement of facts Is too cheap and obvious to be pressed upon the readers of the Express.-Bu-Oo E.'press. . Philadelphia gentleman, after being shown about the city by a cili szen of the Hub, said to his chaperon: "..uBoston isn't laid out so well as Phila. delphia." "No," replied the latter, T "but It will be when it is as dead,(i." Boegwa Post. ''i .ball ...

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. — 1 July 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. I', KELLER, Associate Editor. Official Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA. JULY 1, 1886. Gerspach's Opera House. THURSDAY, JULY 8th, 1880. Benefit of Monroe Public Library. The first appearance of the PILICAN WARBLERS MONROE AMATEUR COAEDY COM PANY, A. W. KELLER, - Manager. In their Renowned Plays of T'ZE=2 3 0e=CO2NETTIO . BOX AND COX, - AND - THE TWO AWFULS. MIN.ST'RELSY, BURLESQUE, PER FORMANCES, ETC. FUN! FUN FUN!! Laugh You Will ! Cry You Must ! COME ONE COME ALL I Music will be furnished by the MONROE BRASS BAND. An extract from the Morehouse Sentinel of June 16th, 1886: "The Monroe Amateurs played last Wed nesday night at Levy's Hall. The plays were good, and wore heartily enjoyed and encored by the audience, Although the weather was very tincloment, still a good house greeted them. The young men per formed their parts well, and Mr. A. W. Keller in the role of the darkey was inimi table. We wish the company much ituc (cess." Admission........ ..........

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. — 1 July 1886

DAILY TELE GR MONROE, JULY 1, 1886. feldspar. The sonorous phenomenon is exhibited only by the sand lying below the extreme high water mark but within that limit here and there are patches closely contiguous to the musical portions, which are silent, From Prof. Bolton, uf Trinity, and Prof. Jullen, of Columbia, most of the Information on this subject is deriveJ The facts, as far as known, are these: The singing sand may occur in com. paratively small patches in the midst of ordinary sand; it always occurs be tween the limits of high and low tide. The same sand does not produce sound at all seasons, nor does it always give forth like sounds, when wet it does not emit sounds. It has also been noticed that samples of this sand when transported in bags lost its son orousness, but retained it when sent Sbottles. Of course, many theories e been advanced to explain this menon, but none of them seem ly satisfactory. The most pro. one is that it is produced by Ifttlon between the angular par...

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. — 2 July 1886

VOL.e 1. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1886. N. 203 [OL. 1. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1886. NO. 203 DAILY TELEGRAPH. J. W. MeCRANIE. Editor. V. M. 'TEIL ES, Publisher and Nusiness Manager. The Public Debt. W\VASlrHNTON, July 2.-It is estll mated that there was a decrease of $9,000,000 in the public debt during the month of June. Aid For Ireland. NEW Onr, EANS, July 2.-Hon. Tim othy Moroney, State executive of th Irish national league of America for Louisiana, issues an address to mem bors of the league throughout- the State calling for contributions from all who sympathize with Gladstone and larnell, to aid the Irish parlinmen tary party in their battle for self.gov ernmecnt in Ireland. Chicago's Population. CIrICAuO, July 2.-The population of Chicago, as Indicated by the new directory. which is just out is over 750,000. The development of the bus iness and building feituro of the city in the year is reported to have exceed ed any other like year previous. An in crease of 50,000 i...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 2 July 1886

DAI'LE GR MONRO 2,L. ADDRESS OF TIlE CENTRAL EXECUTIVE BOARD OF TIIE OIORTH AND SOUTH RAIL ROAD. Fellow Citizens of the Ouachita Valley ! We now advise you that the representatives of a Syndicate of out fellow countrymen, fully able we are satisfied, to comply with all of theli contracts and agreements as shown by a series of resolutions of officials and fellow citizens of the State of Kansas recommending that their (the citizense part of contract shall be complied with-will soon be amongst- you fo0 the purpose of arranging for the .earl) construction of the great North and South Rtill Road along your valley; which road is intended to ultimately be our Grand Trunk line across the country, from the far off regions o! Dacota Territory to the shores of the Atlantic Ocean-connecti ng you with - all the markets of your own country by numerous, short and quick lines o0 a- Illroad, and the markets of the world oi the seaboard. We are satisfied, as . We s7, that the Syndicate of our fel' lo...

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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. — 2 July 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C5. 1P. KC ELI.l:R, As.sociate Editor. O)llici:al Journal of the City of Monroe Ml)NIItE, LA. JULY 2, 1883(. CTcrspach's Opera House. TIIUIISDAY, JULY Sth, 1W9. I:onefit of Monroe Public Library. 'Tho first appe.rance of the PELICAN WARBkLHRS M(\NItI il: AMATItAR ('O).4EDY COM 1'ANY, A V. I I. IiLEh, - Man.ger. I their IHeitownod Plays of BOX AND COX. -AND) - THE TWO AWFULS. .MxI N I PtI.!'-;y, JURLESQU(E PER l')ItMANCER, ETC. PUN! FUN! FUN!! ,Ini:;,1 You Will ! Cry You Must 0a.Sl :: ON ! COMJ11 ALL! lt i vi.i I, fi'ni.hei by thm MONROE St!.lAia BAND. All e::"m:,: fl",rlm tlihe Morehouse Sentinel "'.1 J.nlll(n1 I , list;: "Theo monroe Ate:ilti or4s played last Wed ne",l;tv y ihit :t Levy's I:all. The plays wre good, anmi were he:artilyenjoyed and ileoredi b; the audieueo, Although the weather was very sinltetelenut, still a good le gr",:': el tlhem. The younllg menl per 'ottni thi parts h ell, iudr Mr. A. W . Kellr in the role if the udarkey was inini Ianble. \- ...

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. — 2 July 1886

'IL LEGGR DArtr~iZ R APH MONROE, JULY 2, 1880. Senator Warner Miller, Honorary Chancellor of Union College, delivered at the commencement of that excellent institution, on Wednesday, an oration containing many sound and sensible ideas. lie urged the young grandu ates of Union to become politicians, and to attach themselves to one or the other of the great parties of the coun try and he told them very truly that the, "principles and policies of the parties of twoday are not materially different from the principles and pol icies of the two original parties, as organised under the leadership of Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton." The Senator concluded, by earnestly expressing the hope "that all the youth who have gone out from the halls of Union College, year by year, have been Imbued with love of country, with faith in Republican institutions, and with devotion to the cause of human liberty, progress, and education." The oration was inspired from beginning to end with a genuine ...

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. — 3 July 1886

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, -JULY 3, 1886. NO. 204 .`! .... DAILY TELEGRAPH. 4~. V. MeCRANIE. Editor. W V. M. TElLLES, Publishor and di nBusiness Manager. Poisoned Himself. GA(L .\ ToN, July 3.-Joseph Opper. r:an, aged 20 years, died Thursday mrllnuing from the effects of a dose of b rough on rats. Deceased was a son of (iustave Opperman, a capitalist and (prominent citizan, who is absent on a bridal tour. Young Opperman assign ,.,I no reason for his rash act other than tla:rt heJ had taken the poison In fun. This, however, Is not believed, as it Is known that he was enamored of the young lady his father married, and this, it is thought, was the cause of the suicide. This is the second victim in the past four days of rough on rats, Mrs. Catherine Lang, aged 45 years, h who sought relief from domestic trou ble by taking a dose of the poison, and B wha died in great agony last Monday it morning, being the other. si b Louisiana Legislature, e BATON ROUGE, July 3,-The House ri met at...

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. — 3 July 1886

DAILY TE mGR2 iG MONROE,LA., JULY 3, £heprohibition law went into effect at Atlanta Georgia, Thursday morn- b ing. ----i I The citizens of Minden sent $20.25, C to the children of Mrs. Pat Ford in New Orleans, one day this week. Charles Anderson, a young Swede, s committed suicide at Gouldsboro, op- hi posite New Orleans last Thursday, be. cause of unrequited love. m Port Gibson, Miss., claims a popu- se lation of 1,300, basing the calculation ty on five inhabitants to each voter, th there being 260 voters in that town, ad oh An old and highly esteemed lady, sic Mrs. "Grandma" IHurlong,of Brandy- tul wine Springs ,Miss., died last Monday iat aged 94 years. old There were but 143 lives lost the S year in the entire fleet of Ameri vessels. This includes all '- W" le lakes, bays, sounds, riverscl s. The railroads of the little in S.eof New ,Tersey killed 201 persons vet d Injured 626. With such a show- the , Is it to be wondered at that steam- and t traIel is loereasing eno meouly? k? ...

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. — 3 July 1886

DAJLV TELEGRAPH. f.:lI r t ( *i'it( i'tltnr. ` *'<.ittli 0, liii City -of M4)1ii-1 I 1..\ l tlA Isso. C (+o('snaoh'3 Opel' House, f I1111 1;`; )1 '_ Jt' V ýl1. --! t1 " i ýilll2l:i t . BOX AND COX. -ANDJ h ITHE TWO AWFULS. v .,:Vt '}:1:1.5 Y BURLES(QUJJ PERl. iC i OhM IAN( S, ETC. L F l! FUN! FUN!! I) )týi l IOU 11ril ! Cry You Must i';1i' 0% .' COME ALL! n, ltv the MONRIOE 1V1S 1 BAND. .ea 'c n ft~), 'Ill I , r Irt'he09 Sentintel Milt 1 ~1 ;". ,".vII IIosply dlst Ie- t ni-l i gh night :,t L itt' Hall. The plays liir' t1"u l mut, w ir. hoa nity enjoyed and 1 il"ri'1 ';,' the iiuclienco, Although the tt~t1it t'n trte' ,;e neatn still a good hi ll Mfr.3 A.01 1V10 Pt Chii~* ".50c ts. es t;:.,Atiu l , a, tlu"!.....25 c'ts" to I *''.i ., D: ug S~tore. CHiAi APCOLUMN-PAY LOCA. lx aat ti hic ad at .Jctli'1 Butcihler Shlop nt 1':t,. '~tuts. n 1Zill lots of 10 ll. an I~N FU' PU! juti .ý .tir Ii~t tatke that q~uantity b I i i titc wilihilg ice t.".! lN. ..1i 1O .lii v M r Johnson altt v'll...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 3 July 1886

THREE IS LARGER TITAN FOUR. Detroit Free Press.) In many of the Southern States the negro farm hands work on what is known as the share system: The land owner furnishes the land, mules and farm Implements and advances the i supplies. At the end of the crop sea son the laborer usually gets one-third h of the product, corn, cotton, etc. A k farmer in Sunflower county, Missis- 7 sippi, In reecontracting the first of the present year with his laborers for the E year 1886 found several of them who were unwilling to remain with him for one third of what they produced "How much do you want?" Inquired the farmer. " "We wants a fort; dat's what Miser Mitchell's gwine to gib bes hban's dis yearh." ] The farmer laughed, and calling to his wife, asked her to bring out a couple of apple pies she had just baked " and when the pies were produced he cut one of them into three equal parts and the other into four and Invited the darkies to help themselves, each - to a piece. It Is needless to say tha...

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. — 5 July 1886

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., MONDAY, JULY 5, 1886. NO. 205 DAILY TELEGRAPH. G.W. MIeCRANIE. Editor. ne we V. M. TELLES, Publisher and vi Business Manager. - - - ---- - ch The Weather and River, ini WASHINGTON, July 4-For Ala- m bamrns, Miseulelppi, Louisiana, Texas en and Arkansas-Generally fair weather ui stationary temperature, variable winds na The rivers will remain nearly station- be ary. ze Approved. tel The president has approved the di- pr plomatic and consular appropriation m' bill; the act authorizing the Denison In and Wachita Valley Railroad Com- th. pany to construct and operate a rail. CO way through the Indian Territory, pe and five private pension bills. He frc an also vetoed one private pension bill. Rioting. th ist VIENNA, July 4.-Advices from Belgrade, the capital of Servia, say me the Servlan peasantry generally are rioting. They refuse to pay the taxes levied since the unsuccessful war against Bulgaria, and illtIeat the tax collector. Their hostility to King o Milan's g...

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. — 5 July 1886

DAITGRW--ýkT MONROE,LA., JULY 5, 1886. THE CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN 5th. DISTRICT CUSTOMHOUSE, NEW ORLEANS, LA., Surveyor's Office, July, 2, 2886. lion. Geo. W. McOranie, Monroe, La. Dear Sir:-My attention has just this moment been called to the following item clipped from the Shreveport Times: ,"Col. George W. McCranle, of Mon roe, has written an open letter to Col. C. H. Moore, chairman of the Boat ner executive committee, asking when his committee is to meet, and where." I am very sorry not to have seen "your open letter" so that I could have answered it fully and squarely. I have been extremely anxious to take all necessary steps to bring about harmony and brotherly feeling ,withl our ranks. For 2 days I havebeen enm gaged constantly in writing to mem, bers of the committee, of which I am chairman, and will act as soon as I from them, and ascertain their es and wishes. Iiad hoped the call for the meet lin of the two committees could have been mutual between Mr. Cran dall and myse...

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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. — 5 July 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. Oliclal Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA. JULY 5, 1886. Gerspach's Opera House. THURSDAY, JULY Sth, 1886. Benefit of Monroe Public Library. The first appearance of the PELICAN WARBLERS MONROE AMATEUR CO AEDY COM. PANY, A. W. KELLER, - Manager. In their Renowned Plays of BOX AND COX, - AND - THE TWO AWFULS. MINSTRELSY, BURLESQUE PER FORMANCES, ETC. FUN! FUN ! FUN!! Laugh You Will ! Cry You Must ! COME ONE I COME ALL ! Music will be furnished by the MONROE BRASS BAND. An extract from the Morehouse Sentinel .of June 16th, 1886: "The Monroe Amateurs played last Wed nesday night at Levy's Hall. The plays were good, and were heartily enjoyed and encored by the audience, Although the weather was very ,inclement, still a good house greeted them. The young meon per formed their parts well, and Mr. A. W. Keller in the role of the darkey was inimi table. We wish the company much suc O0ce." 1 ion .......................... .. 50 c'ts. Res...

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. — 5 July 1886

DAILY TELE GRA _ 9 Mt 1tOE, JULY 5, 1886. A Substitute for Sugar from Coal Tar. Mr. Ivan Levinsteln, the president of the Manchester section of the Socle* 4tyof Ohemical oduastry, calls atten tion to a new substance which Is ex tracted from coal tar, and possesses sweetelnng properties far stronger than the best cune or beet root sugar. This subutatiee, he said, seemed likely to enter into dally.comnumption. Accord ing to Mr. Levinsteln, 1 part of it will give a very sweet taste to 10,000 paris of " ater, for it is 230 times swee ter thai. best sugar, and taken in quan tities added to food as sweeting mater, ial has no injurious effects whatever on the human system. Patients suffar. ing from diabetes have been treated r for the last few months in one of tht principal ;iospitals il Berlin withr harin without feeling in the least a ilenced by its use. The use o  in would, therefore, Mr. Levi said, be not merely a prob able liute for sugar, but it might even be lied to medical purp...

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