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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 11 November 1885

2N aI, ' ir y ¼ · VOL. 1. MONROE, LA. WEDNESDAY NOEM RI 1885. -ti T'A-r t .. Ir Z i~ VEMER 11 $85 TI I T T I r m v"v v-v ,f DAILY TELEGRAPH G. W. *reMCRASEl , Editor. V. *. TELLES, Pablisher anad Bustaes Manager. BY TEIEGRAPH. The Japanise Consul In New York. NEW YORK, Nov. ll.-Japaneee are still In town. Last night they were taken to witness the burlesqueoperatta of Mikado. Consul said,It is verhdl. eulous to us Japanese but I think it would be amusing to Americana. The Assistant Postmaster General farther said the rate of postage ip Japan is two cents. We have better carrier, money orders and registered letter system. No such thing Is In Japan as civil service reform. The members of the Cabinet appoint subor. dinates and they are promoted; by pri vate arrangement not by competitive examination. The letter carries are divided into three grades and are paid from $7 to $15 per month* They work fourteen hours a day. There were em ployed in the whole department three pears ago 19,370 m...

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. — 11 November 1885

DA4 TELEGRAPHS N O 11. e188. LOW OF A LANE STEARER. ieartreadleg Scenes. PORT ARTHUR, ONT., Nov. 10.- A trnible Mlarine disaster resulting In the t .. *1 ngf of 48 persons and the lose of a ae of the most valuable passenger A steanerms on the lakeb, was reported b last nght. When the steamer Atha b?-barrlved, on board were Capt. Jas. Moore, Commander of the Canada scl railway steamer Algoma, t two passengers and eleven of her were all that were left out pasebager that sailed for this or fa Owen Sound on the Algama er ltgqday. The- story of the dis- in atr, as related by Capt. Moore, is that th the Algoma passed through St. Mary's in manal bound for this port last Friday th noon. Soon after reachblng Lake Sup- so erdr the wind began to freshen up from the serthwest and a great bank of th leaden elds along the Northern hor Slms denoted the approach of heavy weatbr. Realizing however that the Algoma was one of the strongest and most powerful steamers afloat and well able to cope with...

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. — 11 November 1885

DAILY TELEGRAPH.' Ofefal Juarnal of the City of M1oroe. by 4 log C. P. KIELLER, Associate Editor. H turb MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 11, 1885 J wee AIUSEHENTS. the OPERA HOUSE. , ON' NZ"IG-Ix P O~ TsP. Th THURSDAY NOV. 12TH. If hen The brilliant and charming yonag tion Comedenne, Vocalist and Proteair.'Actreas, ion MisS Bolla Moore, in her correct impersonation of don "Sincerity Weeks," hap in Bates and Barron's Complete success, COD "A Mountain Pink." -y Supported by a carefully selected Com panyof f Unusual Excellence. tee' - Tsmusl2. Prices. - oft Reserved Seats on sale at Dr. sholar's oft Drug store. the NOTE-During the acting of "A Moun tain Pink" Miss Bella Moore will render goC some of the latest and most popular songs of the day which have been written stn expressly for her. ant ell CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. the Shaves-Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for the a dollar is allthe go. the 100 Cords of Pine Wood, to be cut to order a in lengths desired by H. T. BENOIT. to For sale one wil...

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. — 11 November 1885

m' n tcb. Cause by f -" ba some to. be a gospel with n a-rted *hik that the second a i the destroyer of the baby. d Jte- kismet. That the second a oetsw asre lives than it ought , 1 o 4f)alt.of the summer; it is the gt thM sad the parents. t 1pehttb adngerous to all I esim children; It is In connection e wit tibead diet of the second sum hahtt tl ftdal. It is a well-estab hlt& nearly all the mortality of inead.sammer babies Is from dis- t ' jS1it Vr e orgaae, and these Sll t-artificial feeding. to table table, eat pickles, sWam hrt ho Mehd lumps of potartoes, bests, tadi , ad the like, and the W 1Msdte hw. The stereotyped an r'tt 4etton; "What does the mil~ !sg '*0, It eats at the table uftst' of the family." The re SlkS' aieterle diseases and death, and a pilgS4gh th is ascrlbed to the 4igat sedamier." The first summer he baby stays at home, has Its natu a d polls through fairly well. g. a mmer It must show ed down town through i'bf a July or August day, is *0- hated, excit...

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. — 18 November 1885

ý! ` R t 4 z AILI V O L. . ý ý±'ýýýý~ ýý { QI RE, LA, WEDESDAYNOVEMER 18 1885 DAILY TELEGRAP G.W. MeCCRANlE, Editor. V. N. TELLES, Pablisher and Business Manager. BY TELEKGAPFI Gen. Howard and the nladians. OMAHA, Neb., Nov. 18.-General Howard has received from General Hatcah, Fort MeKinney, Wyoming, a report regarding the recent depreda. tions by Indians in that vicinity, which caused considerable uneasinmes among the settlem near Aripahoe reser vation. Sheriff [Johason with a posse traced the marauding Indians to Arapahoe reservation and applied to the chiefs to have those who had been off of the reservation on a thieving ex" pedition to be given up, succeeded in getting only two was ;turned over to him to be dealt with by the civil authorities. General Howard says, that if they are severely dealt with by the authori. tie, there is liable to be serious trouble and probably an Arapahoe oqtbreak. He intimated that these Indians have not been treated fairly by the govern. ment; they ...

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. — 18 November 1885

18. 1885. S qu OR SLOW TBAltNiTS .w'acton of the Police Jury on a ' L..... " t-1tg for final action to sthw , l g esetlion the appoint S tof t Mee toweoner with the the tailroad respect Sfthe llconaversion of the bridge into a pabmle thorougoare as well as a rail- OK srod bridge, was wise and proper, and i the approbation of the s 1 L propblpd Improvement, ye :hIere was, indeed, hardly as May other justifiable course to take, ar 511e there were no definite written on ýoI btions to be guided or to be p bMNqýiMi; d on neither side could in- fr( "te'4U a ;j action be taken. The frc ,Mtter is now in good shape for tangi- We 0'6,.b uti t eod in fair progress for thA flnal settlement. It w gratifying-to us, at least, for who have sought to attain such a re- sem tl' ' t-1thst the action of the Police Jury ml ,t r p ebed unanimously, and that thlr 0onferenoe with" the Citizen's ad S beim ttee of the city was characterized no fib , amtlOd expremlons of an earnest act deshe to harmonize ...

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. — 18 November 1885

DAILY TELEGRAPH. Oscial Journal of the City of onroee C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 18, 1885 CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Shaves-Chs. Randolph's eight shaves for Sdolluar -, allthe go. 100 Cords of Pine Wood, to be out to order in lengths desired by H. T. BENOIT. Draage-Fred Haberyan rans a dray eand cart for public oonvenienoe, and ersonally tends to all busines given him. lal attento to the delivery ofbaage from.and to railroad depot and steambot landing. TO SURSCRIBERS. Parties not receiving their paper regular ly will confer a favor by filing their com plaints with the business manager. RED FISH AND 'OYSTRns.-A fresh supply will be received at R. J. Nel son's to-night. Mr. N. 0. Skipwith has opened a coal yard at "Five Points," in front of H. O'Kelly & Co's, store, and will deliver coal to any one desiring it on short notice. The Ladles' Aid soclety of the Meth. odist Church, will give an Oyster Sup per, at the vacant store under the Opera House to-night...

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. — 18 November 1885

DPH.I * T3E COLORED IWAN. tii , u a.shb the New Orleans Piaasune with a long article devoted e 't4hb aggo. As showing the charac- I .tr d the .views- be qpress we..s produce the paagrapha annexed : I iNegroes hold strongly to their t African tastes and lit it, though they and their ancestors were for several generatlons I slevery among white I people,. 1e gedple In the world love to have their own way better than negroes. Against their propensities, their likes and dislikes, their moral and religions codes, the white man's lf 4.sles not weigh a feather. hey can eat two rations when they have plenty of food that others pay for, or lifeon one meal a day when they I eannot get the other two. They can N 1t.tIh (Soon without breakfast, and can ivyhipey days on three dollars' wrtl (rnsata sud bacon. They gall's iare -bat little about fine food, fine clo thes, One horses or fine furniture, They are the most sociable Seoplein the world. They can talk all day and until midnight without blea...

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. — 19 November 1885

. 4 .- i VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1885. lN. 22 DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. MeCRAl1IE, Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. .. -__ ------_ LalesI News. BY TELEGRAPH. Cocoaine Criticized. Ni:w YORK, Nov. 19.--At a meeting of the Medico Legal Society last night, various dpeakers held Cocoaine. is a poison and should be so labelled and sold. Prof. Dorenius knows a woman who was poisoned to death by Cocoaine by used an aching tooth. Dr. Holcomb said he had heard that a fatal case of Cocoaine poisoning had occurred in one of the city hospitals within two or three days. It would be of value to hear from Dr. Douglass on the result of his experience of applying nearly every day, for many months Cocoaino to Gen'l. Grant's throat. A friend of his from Pennsylvania told him that in that country where people have Co. cosine habit and where they keep up on it for days without food and deaths were not uncommon. A new way to Decrease Weight. TOLEDO, Ohio, Nov. 19.-Wi...

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 November 1885

' - LY T GRAPH. 0u8ltl0* , 4l o v i. &le88 TALUS OF T oUAcifTA VALLEY TRADE. Qr. Q ieglected Advantages. S lf I t of yesterday, (Wed uesdiy), tiremeq a short clip m -d>rm the k e Democrat, rela tte to that cltafi ktng an attempt to i0" trade from the Ouachita Valley. IfAW our intention to comment on atbli ag at the time, but press of p4et, ted. made with the In dg our Mdnroe mer abautthat they have been too slow to egegalse the immense advantages thaIearm e frm having li9al packets, ho se t1*ia that what they fall ti!uO 8JJ 5 IIrlIy sought for and sus . b,0 other towns and cities .iuikb tlll t tis than Monroe has hr ]andllag the Black river and ilg blh trade as well as that of J! beyoes. Years ago the TEL rIANa sugggested that Monroe mer `iilAUf an attempt at reaching 4 fer"Mo lower river as well as the IJ rade e north of. our port, and we li)pt L.ditlvred to abow them the thereof; but, excepting a e attempts on their part, diaoltgl in this direction has been done. When t...

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 November 1885

DAILY TELEGRAPH. y the Olcial Journal of the City of Monroe thi C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 19, 1885: the CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Shaves-Cham. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is allthe go. 100 Cords of Pine Wood, to be cut to order in lengths desired by 11. T. BENOIT. Pi - W8 Drayage-prod HIaberyan runs a dray ter and cart for public convenience, and ed, personally tends to all business given him. Special attention to the delivery of baggage tal from and to railroad depot and steamboat landing. ve by TO SURSCRIBERS. thi of Parties not receiving their paper regular- bu ly will confer a favor by filing their com- for plaints with the business manager. _of Who says he or shb don't like Ca oysters? Ca Waiting rooms and livery stables ch ought to be erected at the ferry landing. de Pay as you go, andsupposA that you the start, at least this way. the The John H. Hanna had 2,152 bales Ju cotton and 3,436 sacks seed arriving at ap New Orleans last Monday. he ...

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 November 1885

·Grr . APH. l L4,, Is, 1886. es Ai AND LOVING. s ` t i g dr of bliss oM lme one esme A mWpol is one long kiss hl my name. X I.eIq4 dantm waking ear, ) *;'tas tie * eas* * gj s' Lih t tdt'vl he thing most dear, Iea sit ethkel et , M ibS gtU Who might she be lst outI hsW m TW .y "twin "4a 1iw anel to me fi Amess the lawd d aeens. p Am Samngdays ot storm and rain C S. r and gloomny weather tl 'ihs twM mun shines out again C ft ogle birds mi'fg together. 0.i ,g ~ ais blent a , IIt0i o earth and skies, imp , s' mmst have rarely lent B. La o Imay tell spell a p , what I be dumb, 4lln nr*'a* dove Aid all the Wbids ~a go and come lg ISher a wSlth of love? I . i i abiti.J thath meet c s s gfted iud b completer; 8 4MW M W su~· ret y sw e ater ! rst :iaei5ings ftowers ithihe sun above her. ArNe lards In all tp ba.bowers Sig as though they love her. Ad I weneh 'e,'oh I my heart, ?ajrr y meadow, 1 d~,,m$m, ntes f-r. part ) re in 1the shadow. Thel edgisare all white with May, The very ir 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. — 20 November 1885

SRbe Ilaen % VOL 1W. ROE L 'wff I, '. s , , VOL. 1. OE LA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, Ri ý:, DAILY TELEGRAPH, G. W. *eCl t1a>1, Edtt. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and BuLiness .Maager. 4ztsl Neua. BY TEbEfBAPH;. Vanderbailt Makes am Assignment. NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 20.-A special to the Sun from Washington, D. C., says: To day there was piac14 on record an assignment of W. Hi. Vanderbilt of New York, to Edjward V.W. Rossiter, of Flushing, N. Y., of the interest [ol the first named in two certain mort. gages made by Ulyasl 8S. Grant, and his wife, of certain Washington pro. perty received May, 20, 1886, to secure payment of $150,000 consideration being 1123,380. To bearing date of April 27 last; also ant assignment by E. V. W. Rossiter to W. J. Vanaredale of New York of mortgage dated May.17, 1884, Fron Gen'l. Grant and 'Wfe to Mr. Vanderbilt, the consideration being 625,000. Explanation of this action is found in the next paper presbnted for record. A deed from Mr. Valeradale to Catherine Leav...

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 November 1885

TT G 1;KRAPH. c< to the Pieayune, from 'A., stys, that Cldt. Sam. peopdlete of the Winn its cor. hI to iaeto be 4r ira.,la tbhe world." It o.-st sted that the gentleman, .aN orlng to a depth of 44 feet, -. which he supposes, from a1 was brokeq by it, `I lMrvery fhmt quality, 11 had struck, at the h, a substance that resem "iM Vm eryloseely,.serpentine. For all Si;l)aUia*Y , who have the interests t tUheir 'l heart, this "find" Is d tai~ly at a reble surprise, and . ' lltlu, attracting still further at to our State and its resources Y LShave too long remained oun It this discovery is that made . the well used by the Monroe p Itory. At the depth of 96 feet a a tion was struck so obdurate 4.0 o aOst and to break the edge of the ,4W frilll employed, and to stop all ' '- progress. A specimen of the lrak, wbicb was pierced an inch oi two, was forwarded by the writer tc Sthe State University for identification, bat, for some reason, neither acknowl edlgement nor' report has in return b...

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 November 1885

Ostal Jeurnal of the City of Monroe C. PK. ELLER, Associate Editor. %IONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 20, 188se CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Shave- has.Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is alIthe go. 100 Cords of Pine Wood, to be out to order in lengths desired by H. T. BENOIT. Drayage-Fred Haberyan runs a dray and oart for public oonvenience, and personally tends to all business given him. special attention to the delivery ofbaggag from and to railroad depot and steamboat landing. TO IJUBSCRI3ERS. Parties not receiving their paper regular ly will confer a favor by filing their com plaints with the business manager. E. W. Mealy, has Just received a fine assortment of Christmas Goods, New Year Cards, etc., etc. Our business men, we suggest, might be a little more prompt in "shelling out" for the maintainance of the "free ferry. A word to wise etc. ToYs in endless variety and Fancy Goods of every discription will be dis played after a few .days at John A. Moore's Drug Store. The Lottery Hop was a...

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 November 1885

E8 0, LA., NOVBMER 80, 288. WI DECLINE THE HONOR. + ký simeb.Democrat of&turday, has an article In. relation trfMHge lghd hbisilt against a amaiofet stIe*an of Tegsis parish to which the plaintiff lays his dama g at the modest sum of $,090. In agier to bring his suit in td6 bUnted M oates Ourt for- t ýter DItror of Loisilana, it ehary or Jege Hough o a g% his' blae us many eminent military gentleman h~Ave found it necessary to do hereto. tfo, and as not a few will do in the thre or q~s~¶ stop In the preced lags for audge Hough to make a pretence of abandoning his residence in Louaslansq d toprefend to become a citisen of"MWiMbsippi. In referring to tbls. bAP-I bane, the Tmes DI at :q8 tjt dJat onee Bio lat and olan u s tahe bandog e,$ of hicltten *Ia. thtat SBt~, by Judge Hough, et oto the people of MIs the accession of so malo 4' n able a we apprelate the generous ipagatly ad our 1 fUr ans cotem paary7 In transferring to our State so tlom "bl4aa lUsen as the Hon. We tru...

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. — 23 November 1885

SOL.i tlevai VOL. 1. EONROE, LA. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1885 '% A rw - w . DAILY TELEGRAPH. 0. W. iec$rABI, dstor. V. I. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. Lest NsIs. BY TELEGRAPR Preparing to Receive Mr. Parcel. CHICAGO, Ill., Nov. 28-The local executive Committee, appointed at the suggestion of Patricek Eagan, President of the Irish National League are mak. fog arrangement for the reception and entertainment of Charles Stewart Par nel. During his visit to this City, February next. They met yesterday afternoon in secret session. There were present: Alexander Sullivan, ex-preesident of the land League. Daliel Corkery, state executive of the League for Illinois. Roger Walsh Secty. of the League and assistant county attorney and David Sullivan, Municipal Executive of the League A committee of twenty-five was ap. pointed to make all necesary prepara-. tion for the demonstration to be held In Cehtral Music Hall; and a Commit tee of 200 hundred representatives citizens of this city wa...

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. — 23 November 1885

1Y1E QRAPH. aItIB TO Gon. KING. bean any part of the of this paper to med tervad" s purely personal ' ti& qs0tsr and tendency. A IIQe annexed letter, we bM se long established rule, S bauU thee isa general inquiry e letter of Jones. As to any s hsays In his letter, or possibly S mbsraong Gen. Kling's t treatment of him, i tatpmenta are unsup. eIltid by any facts known to us, . iaý h they may exist, In, his on . ilmght 4p King. Jones will needless y Svs fYS-Ueatelhions of a grea t and SiUWali , and as unjustiflably St easpneameof ladles Into the pub. Inab He eoald have better set B plei grievances by an appeal to the O'M'b fti es and not of ink : * l:SId Xing, the Arlington: MA year or more ago I came here :'s~".qppied to be appointed in the •-.-uiqiar service. You gave me your ImANiasent. You went to Secretary '1 :l iate Freliaghuysen and strongly .t*gsd my appointment. When the adminestration of Mr. Cleveland came Into power, I, being in political accord with it, thought my cha...

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. — 23 November 1885

DAILY TELEGiRAPH -- _ Oeial Journal of the City of Monroe C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 23, 1885: CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. haves-Chs. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is all the go. _OR RENT, a plantation Four miles be low Monroe, 100 acres in cultivation. Apply to W. H. DINKGRAVE. Toat a bunch of keys. The finder will be isuitably rewarded by leaving same at this office. rayage-Fred Haberyan runs a dray nd cart for publio convenience, and personally tends to all business given him. Speial attention to the delivery ofbaggage from and to railroad depot an steamboat landing. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Parties not receiving their paper regular ly will confer a favor by filing their com plaints with the business manager. ,- -- -- Sublett Bros., now have Rubber Strip, for doors to keep out the wind and cold. Mr. R. J. Nelson's horse took a notion this morning to celebrate "Blue Monday" by running away, which he did, breaking the buggy very badly and severely injuring 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. — 23 November 1885

SL APH. ~. "t ., NOVEMBER $s, 185. CftE EXECUTION OF BIEL. it b~irtd Riei the leader of the a insurrections, was hung at tlkd of the Mounted Police, at sa, N. W. T., on the 16th Inst. pr'some days past, extraordinary "Iraations had been taken. to prevent . erapegg or rescue. He behaved L reat flrtgses,mrad died uttering "be prayers i te Catholic Church. T'he news of the execution created In Ste excitement at Quebec and at Montreal, among the French-Canadian gPatllon, who declare it an infamous t, ~ , tdumaph of Orangemen. Baslot houses were closed, religious uevlees held and the French tri color bug withe ape, exhibited in, many husg. BrIftiy told, such is the effect 4( *ti~t ~t 6liicai execution dictated b7'the tr~iiql policy of England. It t1l I asting wound in the bhertsmf the French-Canadians, that .a act of clemenoy would have tended r'jttapk t the British Crown: The b~ood of Biel will become the blood o1 eb4yr patrjot,' and in time arouse hosts to pliftihe standard of Rebel...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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