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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 19 December 1870

. . OPain, _astapB. VOL.1. MONROE, LA., MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1870. NO.6. THE TELEGRAPH: An Independent Newspaper; PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., BY G. W. MCRANIE. TERMS OF DAILT: Single copies....................................... 10 One copy per week .............................. 50 Five copies per week....................... 2,00 One copy for three months.......... 4,00 Five copies, one address, for 3 months.. 17,50 fIf not paid in advance 25 per cent.will be added to the above rates. TERMS OF WEELL : The following rates of subscription will be rigidly adhered to in all eases: Single copies .................... 10 One copy for six months ....................... 00 One copy for one year........................... 8,00 Arrival and Departure of the Malls. From Monroe to Vicksburg-Carrying all mail matter for the Western, Eastern, Middle, Pacific and Atlantic States, and New Orleans, Departs daily at 5 A. M.; Arrives daily at 7 P. M. (Sundays except e...

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. — 19 December 1870

Pulolimh.ed . at 4 P. RM. G. W. McCRANIE, Editor. MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 19,1870. For Land-Owners and Home-Seekers on the Onachita. The annoyance, expense and general dissatisfaction, experienced in carrying on large plantations under the present system of free negro labor, would cause almost the entire abandonment of the plantation plan of planting, if any other feasible mode could be ascertained whereby the land-owner could secure a reasonable rate of interest upon the capital he has invested in lands, tene ments, stock, &c. There are no large planters in this section, who are such from choice. The wear and tear upon the mind, the aggravating character of the laborers, the failures and embar rassments incident to such a life, are al most incalculable, and are destructive of the best aims and results of social life. But to discover the means of reform, and to demonstrate their practicability, are matters not easily done to the satis faction of the large landed proprietor. We hav...

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. — 19 December 1870

MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 19, 1870. The recent heavy rains have put the roads in sad plight. Major McGuire informs us that the business of Trenton, during this month, has been very good. Wonder if there are any turkeys there for sale? No final transfer of the railroad has as yet taken place,-or had not up to Saturday. The chances are still doubt ful. We are authorized by Mr. W. M. Robertson, of Quincy, Ill., to say that the marble work secured in Monroe by his agent, Mr. T. H. Elgin, is now on its way and will soon arrive for deliv ery. The delay has been occasioned by failure to receive some of the inscrip tions. We are indebted to Senator Kellogg for a copy of the Daily Globe contain ing his remarks in favor of general am nesty, and also the President's last anu al message. Low muttering thunder was heard here last night, the first for many months. A heavy rain fell about one o'clock this morning. It is now cold and cloudy, with high shifting winds prevailing. The river continues to r...

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. — 19 December 1870

FARMER SLACK. O, Farmer Slack! O, Farmer Slack ! Your pigs are buried 'neath a stack ; Your sheep havegorged themselves with corn Your cows have got the hollow horn! Run, Farmer Slack! Run for your life ! Run, save your children and your wife ; Run, run to save your house on fire; The flames are mounting ever higher. O, Farmer Slack, you pay too dear, Why don't you keep your chimney clear ? Green wood will make more soot than dry; Then cut your wood and "lay it by." Why, Farmer Slack I! where is your plow ? Keeled up beside the fence, I trow I Your rake and reaper, both are out ; Why Farmer, what are you about ? Now, Farmer, Slack, don't blame the times; You can't expect to make " the dimes;" Your energies have all been bent To pay the weather tenper cent? The Washington Star gives the fol lowing as an indication of the good time coming when subjected women will assert herself: "A family scene, father and mother and baby being the dramatis personae, on a railway train the other day,...

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. — 20 December 1870

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1870. NO.7. THE TELEGRAPH: An Independent Newspaper; 'PUBLISHED DAILY ANi WVEEKLY, AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., BY G. W. MeCIRANIE. TERM8 OF DAILY: Single copies.................................. 10 One copy per week........................ 50 Five copies per week................... 2,00 One copy for three months...................... 4,00 Five coies, one address, for 3 months.. 17,50 ,~iIf not paid in advance 25 per oent.will he added to the above rates. TERMS OF WfTEEXLY : The following rates of subscription will be rigidly adhered to in all.eases: Single copies..... .... .....................g 10 One copy for six months.................... 2,00 One copy for one year........................ 3,00 Arrival and Departure of the rails. From Monroe to Vicksburg-Carrying all mail matter for the Western, Eastern, Middle, Pacific and Atlantic States, and New Orleans, Departs daily at 5 A. M.; Arrives daily at 7 P. M. (Sundays except ed.) From...

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. — 20 December 1870

3PIu.b,0l.dc lr* 41P. bM. G. W. McORANII, Editor. MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 20,1870. Talk on 'Change. We find the following article in Sat urday's New Orleans Commercial Bul etin : There is nothing special to note in reviewing the business of the week, ex cept that cotton continues to come in freely, and exports have been corres pondingly large, and in consequence thereof, there is a decided relaxation in the money market, which is now espy for all parties engaged in legitimate business, who do not venture in specu lative transactions. The announce ment that the Radical caucus at Wash ington have ," agreed to disagree," on the subject of the currency, and let the question lie over until the next session at least, has abated apprehensions aris ing from anticipated meddling with monetary matters by Congress. Both lenders and borrowers have a clearer perception, therefire, of what their re lations will be for another year, that is, so far as their relations, can be affected by legislation....

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. — 20 December 1870

MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 20, 1870. There was a slight fall of snow at this t point this morning. ()wing to bad weather our streets have a been quite dull and uninviting for two I days past. t Grand street, from Grammont to De t Siard, is impassible, or nearly so, for C pedestrians. Neither side of the street appears willing to facilitate crossing to t the other, which occasions the observa tion that there is "a great deal of human i nature in mankind." Col. J. F. Pargoud, says the New Orleans Picayune, has just forwarded as a present to the cornet band at Mon roe, La., a superb set of German silver instruments, which were purchased here. On each instrument was engrav ed, in Holyland's best style: ,"Present ed to the Monroe qilver cornet band by J. F. Fargoud." There will be a presentation of a ban ner to the Fire Company, to-morrow evening, at the Methodist Fair. The banner will be presented by Miss Gar rett, on behalf of the ladies, and will be received by Col. Tisdale for the Com pan...

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. — 20 December 1870

MONROE ADVERTISEMENTS. T.G. THURSTON'S BOOK S'ITOIRE, STATIONER 1Y, .111 WI(' A ND LA ''E I'1 PPERS, TOYS &- CIHRISTMAS PRESENTS, ;rand street, Monroe, La. decl2-d3m OUACHITA LIVERY AND SALE S ,TABLE. H. G(. l)OBSON, Proprietor. (brner Third and DeS'iard S'treet, MONROE, LA. Horses, Buggies, &c., kept for hire. Horses and Mules bought and sold. Good lots for Drovers connected with the stable. Shreveport Stage Office at this stable. decl2-d3m F. ENDOM, DeSiard ,Sreet-Monroe, La. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE. /-i Horses, buggies, carriages, &c., for sale or hire. Careful drivers always on hand. decl2-3m SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. OUACHITA FEMALE ACADEMY, MONROE, LA., A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, Under the charge of Rev. T. B. Lawson, M. A., Assisted by a corps of efficient Teachers, will be opened for the reception of pupils on the third Monday of September. For fur ther information apply to Sept. 3.70. n50:.m T. B. LAWSON. MALE ACADEMY, VIENNA, LA. The Fall session of this Academy ope...

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. — 21 December 1870

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1870. NO.8. THE TELEGRAPH: An Independent Newspaper; PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., BY G. W. MeCRANIE. TERMS OF DA.ILY: Single copies................................$ 10 One copy per week.............................. Five copies per week........................... 2,00 One copy for three months................... 4,00 Five copies, one address, for 3 months.. 17,60 l'If not paid in advance 25 per cent.will be added to the above rates. TERMS OF WEEKLY : The followingrates of subscription will be rigidly adhered to in all cases: Single copies.............................. 10 One copy for six months.................... 2,00 One copy for one year........................ 3,00 Arrival and Departure of the Malls. From Monroe to Vicksburg-Carrying all mail matter for the Western, Eastern, Middle, Pacific and Atlantic States, and New Orleans, Departs daily at 5 A. M.; Arrives daily at 7 P. M. (Sundays except ed.) Fro...

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. — 21 December 1870

Publisihedc at 4 -. IM. G. W. McCRANIE, Editor. "THE SUN" IN ECLIPSE. There is a paper puhlilshie in Frank lin parish-for what earthly re#son we never could see, since it is in no sense a news-papler--called the Franklin Sun, whereof Col. Lewis- Zim is ostensibly editor and some supple-Jack of a conm positor is publisher. The Sun, upon two or three occasions of late, has felt sufficiently red-hot and envious to as sail, without provocation, the T:ELE-* GRAPH and its editor. The last evi dence of the Sun's senile spleen calls' for some reply. It appears from our cotemporary's pied columns of the 26th ult., thatl something said in the TELEGRAPH Of a few weeks previous, touching the causes of the Democratic defeat in No vember, loosened our cotemporary's bile, and regardless of the truth of his tory and his own ameuibility to the courtesies of the profession, he charges us with possessing a disorganizing spirit, with pursuing a selfish course and with being in part responsible for Radi...

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. — 21 December 1870

MOINI()E, LA., ])EC'EMBER 21, 1570. The thernmometer stood at 24' at sun rise Wednesday morning. The lpre yious rainy weather wound up in a hard freeze. Of the laborers hired by Capt. Liv ingston to aid in cleaning out Bayou Bartholomew, thirty deserted him on Tuesday. The work (lone is said t( be excellent. We are told by Mr. Robert Layton that he is now arranging to put upon the market a few squares of ground, some time during the month of Jan uary. There are 7 negroes in the State Sen ate and 42 in the House, all Radicals. Our colored citizens are taking to office very zealously. We are informed, at last, that this congressional district gave a Radical majority of 2808, in a total vote of 15, 234, against 20,216 in 1868. Win. Harris, colored, charged with the murder of Ned Armstrong, upon a Ireliminary trial before Judge Caldwell, was committed to jail to await trial before the District Court for the offence charged. The evidence was mainly cir culnstantial, but pretty strong. T...

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. — 21 December 1870

MONROE ADVERTISEMENTS. T.(.. T'IHURSTON'S i;(O/K ,''7Y)RIZ, ,'T, TIOA)'II 1, .11 .',"'1' .I NI)HL1, 7'1'; I.T 1A iNl''I, T( )Y d t 'HRIIS'TMAS l'ItESE'NT'S, trand street, Monroe, La. decl'2-d3m (A('.(IIITA LIVERY AND SALE ,1 TA BLE. If1. i. DOBSON, Proprietor. toh'nr Third and DeNiard Nreets, MoyrOE, LA. Horses, Buggies, &c., kept for hire. Horses and Mules bought and sold. Good lots for Drovers connected with the stable. Shreveport Stage Office at this stable. decl2--d3m F. ENDOM, D)eSiard ,Street-MJoniroe, La. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE. arHorses, b)uggies, carriages, Atc., for sale or hire. Careful drivers always on hand. decl2--3nl SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. OUACHITA FEMALE ACADEMY, MONROE, LA., A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, Under the charge of Rev. T. B. Lawson, N. A., Assisted by a corps of efficient Teachers, will be opened for the reception of pupils on the third Monday of September. For fur ther information apply to Sept. 3. 70. n50:3m T. B. LAWSON. MALE ACADEMY, VIENNA, LA. The...

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. — 22 December 1870

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1870. NO.9. THE TELEGRAPH: An Independent Newspaper; I'UBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., BY G. W. MeCRANIE. TEIRMSd OF DAILY: Single copies..... .....................; 10 One copy per week................... 50 I Five copies per week ........................... 2,00 One copy for thre months..................... 4,00 Five copies, one addres, for 3 montbh.. 17,50 'P-If not paid in advance 25 per cent.will be added to the above rates. TERMS OF WTEELTY : The following rates of surbeription will be rigidly adhered to in all cases: Single copies ........................................S 10 One copy for six months................... 2,00 One copy for one year........................... 3,00 Arrival and Departre of the. aia. From Monroe to Vicksbnrg-Carrying all mail matter for the Western, Eastern, Middle, Pacific and Atlantic States, and New ()rleans, Departs daily at 5 A. M.; Arrives daily at 7 P. M. (Sundays except ed...

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. — 22 December 1870

Published at 4 P. MI. G. W. McCRANIE, Editor. M\ONIAOE, LA., )Et'EMBEIR 22, 1M70. THE METHODIST FAIR. The MT'pla' ortftractilons at tihe olpn ing of the FalirIast iilght, fully redleemed the pledges.made by its originators. The Unloal Church was transformed into a spacious hall, in which was con veniently arran~edl a pulniber of tables freighted with toyjs and trplletr, artlic~s of considerable yalue and. articles of much lese tMngs to eat ard things to wear, thilgM 'to buy antd tlrigs 'you could'nt buty but ooui4 vote off,-around which saIy tables Aitted .ad flibted, trampedand travelled a throng of hap py-looking,, joy-intent humah beiigs; the whdite 'taklhg u' a sie pleasing to the eye andgratifying to contemplate. We should be pleased to enter in ertesro into a description of the several tables, of which ~hefd were inear 'ten, but 'o'r limited space deniies us that pleasure. And, beside, to do so' would anticipate some of our readers in the enjoyment of the entertaltiment' p...

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. — 22 December 1870

,MONRI:OE, 4LA., DECEMBER 22, 1870. The proceeds of the opening night of the Methodist Fair approxitmate one thous:and( dollars. At 11 o'cl(x.k, Thursday morning, the thermometer stowl exactly at the freez ing point. The Ouachlta Belle did not leave un til yesterday evening, owing to some cause not known to the clerk whet he dispatched here she would leave the day before: The Monroe Cornet d reoived their new instrfnments Wednesd)ay night. They are ,such instrunents as would have,t9llghtt tihe soul q old Tubal Cain, the original ehnmplon in the instrument business.. They are ten in number, of the latest pattern and pos sessing easy, Wdotie and '5r rt sinms. " Them b ssa horus" are laid aside, rea dy to be disposed of. Cost of new in struments $650; purchased by Gen. Par goud and presented to the Band. (GF. HENRY G(AY.--We met a gentleman on the Gov. Allen, just from New Orlean,c WhOih itiI~h med' us' tiat the rumor of (en. Henry Gray's death in that city, where he has been sick of...

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. — 22 December 1870

MONROE ADVERTISEMENTS. r G(-. ''III ILSTON'S I/JOuA ,'TO RE, NTA TIONER Y, )![l N1,Nl(' .1'1 1..1 PI; I11'1;1 ', 'r(tOS d (CH1-1ISTT1'IAS PRELSENT1S, Sirand street, Monroe, l4a. decl2-d3mn UtACIIITA LIVERY AND SALE S, TABL E. H. G. 1)OBSON, Proprietor. Corner Third and DeSiard SItreets, MonnoE, LA. Horses, Buggies, &c., kept for hire. Horses and Mules bought and sold. Good lots for Drovers connected with the stable. Shreveport Stage Office at this stable. decl2-d3m F. ENDOM, DeSiard ,%Sreef-Monroe, La. iSALE AND LIVERY STABLE.' rdP Horses, buggies, (carriages, te., for sale or hire. Careful drivers always on hand. decl2-3mn SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. OUACIIITA FEMALE ACADEMY, MONROE, LA., A BOARDING AND) DAY SCHOOL, Under the charge of Rev. . . Lawsea, M. A., Assisted by a corps of efficient Teachers, will be opened for the reception of pupils on the third Monday of September. For fur ther information apply to Sept. 3. 70. n50:3nm T. B. LAWSON. MALE ACADEMY, VIENNA, .1. The Fall ses...

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 December 1870

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., 'TUESDAY, DECEMBER"27, 1870. THE TELEGRAPH: in Ilidependetit New.spaitjer : ' iIl .lI .:1) 1lA ILV ANI) \WEK1;IL, .\'AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., BY G. RW' MYc(UANIE. TERMS OF DAILY: "I o .., 7 e ..... ..r .............................. If. (:iw ('.,C l" Ijt"*'l e 'a .................. ...... i (I Iiv(e c.:)pis per Cweek.......................... . ,14) " I0ne ,I\p for thrit'e mo ths........................ 4 I'iv ,.piesi . (m, addres.s, for 3 months.. 17,,5o ' 'Tt' not paid lu advanice 25 per'cent.will Iho a li,,l to tih' :lv,,e rates. TERMS OF WEEKLY : T"iih :'llowing rates of subsctl)rijpti(ul will )be .iily adhered to il all cae~os: Single ol'pio ................................. 10 ()ie 'opy, for six lmonths...................... . 2,40 (l Pne c ,py for olle  lr........................... A:,(f Arrival and Departure of the XaIl*. Front Monroe to Vicksburg--(arrying all mail matter for the Western, Eastern, Middle, l'aeitic and Atlantie States, and ...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 27 December 1870

G. W. ' A P&O 3wt.er. MIoNRHOE, LA., IDECEMBER 27, 1870. Election of I'. $ Senator. The legislature closen in Novemlber, coanvenes for business-a word having a very latitudinous signification in this ( onnection-on Monday next~ the se cond d(lay of the New Year. The first week of the session will, very likely, he consunlul in the organization of the two houses, and in laying the pipes for the election of the m(iost worthy citizen in the State-the lion. I'. S. I'inchback, for instance-to succeed~ that distin guished gentleman, Hon. J. S. lHar ris, in the U. S. Menate, on the 4th of March next. In fact, a very lively scramble for the honor of misrepresent ing Louisiana in the aristooratie branch of Congress, has been going on at the (Governor's oflice, at . the Republican ofice, on the levee, and in the gutters, of New Orleans, ever since the second week following the election; but it will ni t he until next week that our legkl iative sages will get warmly to work ventilating thei...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 27 December 1870

MON RE(, LA., DECEMBER 27, 1870. NOON DISPATCHES. LATEST INTELLIGENCE I The Prussians Pillaging. England Indignant. Manteuffel Hunting the French. Cotton Quiet and Weak. W\\sIrilx(TroN, 1)ec. 27.-The follow ing is a summary of back news: "King Williamn rlports that Manteuffel gained a victory near Amiens, capturing 1000 jprisonerts. No more fighting at Paris." lI h lu):.A\ UN, Il) c.27.-A di.latch frotm ,iters says 10,00) P'russians, with ar ,ilehry, oc(cupy Blois, and have piUagSed "!,li'c.riminately p)ublic and private 'hl(re( are 204,4M() Prusianrs at ( )rleans, .lhere the otfliers and privates are all ,!undering. !There is ;no news. from the - Ar\nn of ti;u Loire. . LiNisON Dee, 27.-The sinking of ,'x Engli.sh ships in the Seine, by the ru- ians, for the purpose of obstructing ::tvigaition, hai ('x casioned great indig :a:ic, throughout England. P.., . Lezieres is surrounded by 15 ,(MNM) frus .hainl., and a siege is Ilnnainent. The following is the latest from Ver -.,iles: The...

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 December 1870

MONROE ADVERTISEMlENlS. : G'. ' THIIIRSTON'S .i1)11A" ,'"1"1"/' , N) pt .7 J IlI}I, ;i, )YS A- ('llit'N.l1 .Aýt IitE,.N'IS, n:u a l . tt r tl't (t 1, 'll 'lurn ý. l rt. di c .l)2-d ." N T.1 Ii L IE. II. ti. I4 4H1 N, i'l4ropriit!)r. f %:,n r Thib.#dud Ihv ,JN/ 'v/ , r'T., 1omv.uIm, I.\. il.r-e, ihtugies,. &e., kept for hire. t I-e. awuIl 1uhles boIught and esoll. 4i ' i-d ,its tlr Ir·lr 'erM co lltc'(te with Il hm ;taII'Q. Nh t, l rt taw,. )tlli.e at thi.s stable.. I)h ,i0rd ,'l/,---.1fm'ove, fArto .1LE1" ANI) IIVEltY SAIlilE. I" If Ir.. Ihu4 gies, Arri:i .. Cl., ~ for l '.. or hi're.. Careful drier . al.'ay.s onl hand. 4aie,1 ill SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. )l'.A('Ir'H A FEMALE ACADEMY, .1l MNIOI,:, LA., A i Ailll)IN4 AN) IA).Y SCH4ll) 44I, Under the chargo of Rev. T. B. Lawsoa, M. A., Assisted by a corps of efficient Teachers, will be opened for the reception of pupils on the third Monday of September. For fur ther information apply to Sept. 3. 70. n:>)::Mn T. B. LAWSON. MALE ...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
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