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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 24 November 1885

/4 a U U Rbe t- Cu -·( K· SVOL 1 : . ' Y . .. ". "I5 LL' - O -6, DAILY TELE, G.W. WMeCRAN : V. M. TELL~, i, Bulsincs Mr. BY breed :. adlat trem' CouU Nu .l. c. . 1.,' , forthe retur showed so mu.L ,. during the recent ,pris after the surrender of Bi:, in Manitoba. Prize FigI NEW YORK, Nov. 2'--'1 . special from Boston giv' iul dUU of a prize fight there yete.i dy t'. tween Joe. Driscall and Henry 1-uar ker in which the former wou n th l 18th round after a desperate coxie,:, Both men were terribly i..! ,.. About $1000 changed hanud , " .; The match was for $250 a 1. The RMac, NEW YORK, Nov. . field and Farm this . Santa Anita st Paol c 'k with about $5.000 Patton and figu-es a similar showing The Banta An.(. $51,648, Morris I , with over $46.0', ton Young's stab N NEW YORK, N'. Messrs. Wanier as been kept .nder . , tim past by :,.. apprehended a te alarshi l nu:; ,' 1 New \ I 'res, r t. El > l I, i.. -i . he - ,, ". i,, . , . " ,I , . . i `-t , • •-,, . .. . w; ' lw ·C~,?l...

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 November 1885

YTELEGRAPH. be TE BUSINESS OUTLOOK. th The country will certainly enter on the winter of 1886 in better shape than it was in last December. Labor is *ry generally improved and fairly conteuted with the situation as it stans.' Prices of food articles and ia textiles used by the laboring and me- n canical people for clotoing are cheap. a Wages are a little better than last year, t and there are many thousands more wSge.earnets. Prices of manufactural r -aterials have barely scored a fraction- b al advance, but the improvement is t enough to make pretty sure that no considerable number of concerns will ran short or suspend during the winter fi months. All these are encouraging a facts; they indicate improved not v booming trade. There are no signs at t all of a run of high prices, speculative s dealings, rushing railroad building and r all the oth& phases of the period of a 1879-82. Those content with moder ate gains and solid improvements will prosper. Thus far we have copied fr...

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 November 1885

DAILY TELEGRAPH.' Oflfcial Journal of the City of Monroe cert our C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. the MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 24, 1886: not CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. COG are haves-Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for con adollar is allthe go. No. FOR RENT, a plantation Four miles be- Of a low Monroe, 100 acres in cultivation. Apply to W. H. DINKGRAVE. il Soat a bunch of keys. The finder will be put jj suitably rewarded by leaving same at tIeE this office. twi Drayage-Fred Haberyan runs a dray be and eart for publio convenience, and co ,ersonally tends to all business given him. pecial attention to the delivery of b faage from and to railroad depot and steamboat te landing. me TO iUBSCRIBERS. the Parties not receiving their paper regular- evi ly will confer a favor by filing their com plaints with the business manager. Remember the Hop to-night. pa The Early Bird went above yester- 0 day. We did not learn her destination. m Remember the Supper, to be given pr by the ladies of the Catholic ...

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 November 1885

--tM., waQmBn, a in. tl 1p. q pt Joheurs yltted e m'p upr p the News, he a * a d tMhe ataugua a Ieofeet the t oihme wil n remem the pleaMat mseesptio n y p l in iini~gu he Yarboro Ho.se by club. ec6t d Mr; an soss and tn reply toth of the committee otlfyiqg him, rteelved the following ategpaph later M.Ar W To3K October 81.  ,''t. ,. hest . Johnson, 7 sad O. At each, committee: 4tgIlees-I have received your I fy flLi nferllag me that t th. Wst Uaii. done me the c he me bn honorary mem - Xt, jeqse of speech wh I A ' ppreeIate d Ye  have ie tahem a work of un kr L Ana socltion of 39 9ht the purpose E ,1 o'f alg and dimeminating the .,iin r-i leettei informs. 41t0a s eoa o.cU i ~id, would be lboed upon In any community as a t iy guaM and commendable enter. - pld, ad as a sign of healthy public It i is 460 mst e and Import Meu 14 the Southern States, where the 4 1 tm' a eater than in s . t bept reublic and whne' the h  i41fomation of ta for. some time at i # bi f lt Ablet up...

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 November 1885

VOL. 1. Rm E, LA.,WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25 188 DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. MeOCRARIB, distr. V. 1. TELLaE, Publisher and Busanssa Mamager. Laties Nus,. BY TEEGHAFIIP The Metropolian Hotel Burned. ST. Louis, Nov., 25.-About 2 o'clock this morning fire was discov ered in one of the north rooms of the Metropolitan hotel on Seventh street. The fire department were on the scene promptly, but the fire had gained so that it required considerable effort on the part of the firemens to confine it to that building. One man was taken from his bed nearly sufforcated and seriously burned about .the head. and body. He was taken to the hospital. A woman was seen at a window on the third floor and one of the firemen threw a rock, break. nlog the window and the lady pitched headformost to the pavement. She was badly burned and a deep incision in her throat, appearing as though done with a razor. She died in a few moments after the fail. The cause of the fire which not right. ly known is supposed to have b...

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 November 1885

WEDLOCK. . g; ontoa by our neighbor setat bsM. agmatoral rpe h oft essay p et S both thq eon . its appear Blear eamogh to reiove the question from the rals of dispute. In the an of Senator Aby, we have spue months that his BjaeI fotrwrded, but the fact publio, not -btatwall a haIe made much differ. ses, if ajy, but that we have believed that the necessary offielal announce meit woqld e e In ample time rtu all ý ipig atioun to All the vaancy. 'Of this we are still satisfied. *,Ai,the legal view in Sena t o'i~t orSe'ieiil, we apprehend there S~ ~ot pi~gy ton-Federalists who weuld or boaldapprovb the merging of 'iboend a nd a eral oleelan the same lvl4 pecaleiy where the State  ethat of a legislator. The TEL umalr mo  ths1u oame has disemsed t Ip esgtloq1, and not only stands oaomItlted spnset the centrallaing a atco d ach a blending, but even cheerfully, now, opposes and repro bates it. Carried out, the results would be destructive of local self-government, and a monopoly of all...

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 November 1885

Otetal Journal of the City of Monroe C. P IEBLLER, Associate Editor. MONROE, LA.,NOVE MBER 25, 1885. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Saves-Cha. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar all the go. OR RENT, a plantation Four miles be low Monroe, 100 acres in cultivation. Apply to. . H. DINKGRAVE. T rt a bunch of keys. The finder will be Usuitably rewarded by leaving same at this omen. PUranted to rent, by two single gentlemen y a comfortaby furnish room with fire place. Possession wanted by December 1st. Address P. O. Box 57. City. DrayaglE-Fred Haberyan runs a dray and.part for public convenience, and pl ally tendsh to business given him. pee _ entlon to the delivery o brage from and to railroorad d epot ef arbs a landing. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Parties not receiving their paper regular ly will confer a favor by filing their com plaintsrith the business manager. Sublett Bros., now have Rubber Strips for doors to keep out the wind sad cold. It is something worth mentioning i that we have not, upon inq...

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 November 1885

.. , 'nNT  Be'end te vild oe and L d aE. more a to shame, eyes v Mother Eve, you kt ;,4 Lhw w-a theod e, S other Eve. tam ti, W b bhbh o to win svind-l crde elose hedged in "Do toll aknd tmpwest strife and sin. for he .lother v said Mother Eve. sht iii, 4 * *Parf **he; mks b Mother Eve vy he thy hands were torn, " ' U bhed, and thorn, b.abes 5S fbaglUsh great were born, right Mother Eve, know AJ144 3. 5. ktnew no stay sarer, Mother Eve. from tst-born did his brother slay, satis" Mother Eve. adS Lýt irwos and dread, dot v W)j . el0 kno arms lay dead, dey i Aau4 p4a3 d turned and fled, boliti Mother Eve. MuiasI Sjnh anuntter thay," re Mother Bye. o aM th W my day," Mother Eve. ,3Yt lb d1 of pan, bat still Irtk all Thy will; Oc s U T knowing good from ill." of yl Mother Eve. lng , +[ £ L ifiWn6 hand unto thy tree," held t . Mother Eve. "lrots the sightless beasts are we.;n toge Mother Eve. Ing .t 0easeº Lraifallen, let it abide, mill I~ Uy "fbldren opened-eyed, fact mew thee, an...

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 November 1885

',1 .fT y re a. Yd VOL. 1. * ONROE, LA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1885 DAILY TELEGRAPH. T the n G. W. ReCRANII, Editor. thtE V. M. TELLES, Publisher and the Ii BuDaness Manager. Ing t 487 i post 14,47 this dieli BY TEILERAPII. Rabbi Brown. som NEW YORK, 27-Rabbl Browue, of this city, was appinted by Gen. Han cock as the repressentatLve Rabbi of the nigl Jowls faith in the funeral possession of Genl. Grant, but the funeral taken. place on Saturday, the Jewish Sabbath pub Mr. Browne asked permission to walk in the procession, as riding in carriages per is a violation of the ( Jewish eabbath. Uti Those in charge of the obsequeles being ma averse to make ;ehanges ;required the and permission was not 'granted and ere Rabbi Browno declined the honor of the participation in the funeral. sln The Grant family however, interfere red and Gen. Hancock issueed an or der authorizing the Rabbi to take his own means of locomotion and thus it was that Rabbi Browne walked from the City Hall to Riveraide ...

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 November 1885

;.1110118U AND GULD. Kar Mr. Hendlicks the M*r.. Hendricks the class of men 1thing to the mL beleieler in the to vietors belong the oveM the words uttered by ard sher, a man ,was the defen me t disgraceful before a court of rgR Wahlng of the dead Vice It pale us how a man t4egrwled ihtenlligene R vaim 1 peb public and give to of this kind, re. who, even politicans ' hO pposite party have always ad A,, bhpp been spotlem in his as ima eiutim, as an officr, or Sbp4ittite. Mr. Deecher Is outside Shli e. 84q has no right to crlti iPB q eo , e speially when it homes f'R lIa g an boest and honorable S.bo agmisot confront him. Mr. had better ponder over the hll , W b latins and demoralisation Theioadere Tilton; turn back to the dtin when he was before a tribunal igaelf and semember that the Amer. pa puabtle, espeeially the younger psebees thereof, have by no means for gONU the meaons trial. Speaking for them, we take it upon as to repel this stlander;d to add that Mr. Hendricks, i uay pu...

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 November 1885

DAILY. TE LEGRAPI OMdal Jearaal of the Oaly of oearee C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. MONROE, LA.,NOVE MBER !7, 18s6; AIIUSEIENTS. OPERA HOUSE. Oaoe 34 Eibf t OPas . THURSDAY, DECEMBER SaD. THE GREAT SENSATION OF THE DAY! HOUSES CROWDED! NOTHING LIKE IT EVER SEEN I THE PLAY OP THE CENTURY! The Wonderful Spectacular Drama En titled THE WORLD (LITTLE'S VERSION.) In 6 Acts and 8 Tableaux, With its M¶agnifcent Scenery and Effcts The Great Bi Sene ! Covering 10,000 feet i of Canvass, and ocooupying the entire stage from wall to wall with its Surging Waves and Terrible Realism. The Sinking Ship, The Lunatic Asylum, the Revolving Wall, Magnificent Moon light Panorama. Conofuded with the beautifml eflbt The Moon Upon The Lake. THE POPULAR ACTOR MR. J. Z. LITTlE Supo rted by a Company of Acknowledged Reserved Seats at Dr. A. B. Sholars' Drug Store. Price: $1.00. S NoT--Every scen is presented as adertised or money refunded. GO.EO. o R oaE , Manager. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. S!ve-Cha.u. Randl...

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 November 1885

t W! N 1SUD of TE WAPNE. i ti (ada of a newspaper . peollr ideas as to Sewpper .e lylyt y-v P il ome a dp htlems e . i ,it ot, a s latef iyou rigsht now aeita in pu th clingeaort of lWay. d tbar e uerl, , who r Makea the " all day long, and .; aa plenty of Items, and, it M go, 1 P come Ip her eibery Wu.a, whale, and pot you about .PlFe got d s Item for yeu righs now that *01 RM the ellevlatien of C Swi keow left his own fmischief. I - 1o r Suiverly, who rn't Smy ward, than a hudred votef ahd w not rsorted to bribery a A etll, whal t aSmithi 1?  s t meke ie p at lase t. One e h isgg ighqttin tarl ibas eloped 1 th widow d left his own family Iving ItM I. Go Efor Slverly. Don'tI have Apatel . J alt itb m alt ocat ofbl boet. I'd have beat him for alder. 6 ai y mwore than a huidred votes if e had not resorted to bribery and .clgap onWe .orvaluable items of MW the pape, Mr. Smith e" s 'l pat isma Wrke ble occurrence, t h7e p6 the only waer I'm giviend it ta. Tor sag too treble I have O ...

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 December 1885

, ' - - , ,? - , .- . . - ~·CC' VOL 1. MON LA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1885 DAILY TELEGRAPH. *. W. MeCRAlIE, Editor. O V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. BY TELEDRAP,. Steamboat Explosion. PITTSBURGH Pa,, Dec. 2.-A-t Herr's island this morning about 2 o'clock the tow-boat Iron City was blown to t pieces, killing one oman and seriously ° injuring six others. The crew numbering six men, were r blown into the river. Engineer Geo. Ashton was instantly killed and Fred I Jackson fatally injured and others v seriously hurt. The vessel was burn ed to the water's edge and is a total loss. t About 6 o'clock in the evening, the c Iron City in running down the river 1 was swung on to the bar where she went badly aground just over the main pipe of the Philadelphia Gas Company. All the evening and up to the time of the explosion, the vessel tried to back off into deeper water ; shortly after 2 o'clock, final efforts was t made to get off the bar and the engines a were forced to the ful...

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. — 2 December 1885

b`' 1t.- LA., .... i, r l, e' e ICUW JURIES to i /MlAD LAWS. i U Mirems tb prevail li parlk that thd PoIe -pay cannot a read ordisnag bteh pre. that the Indivtlda eitlsen must c o0 the public road, or pay a fine I l hkUlsre to do so, we have taken t ea coealting the decision Copera he aubject,' b.#I rt the reult of Sin that quarter. deiesion we shall cite is found on 80 An. page 1098, and is Parish of St. Martin ex rel es. Delahmssaye. The opinion " court was delivered by Mann Justice, and is in these Sdefendant was summoned to tl oa the publle roads of Bt. Martin t, ,dLnd having refused, incurred a I Sof one dollar each day that he fall ,ad to obey the summons. The over set of the road sued him for four dol ', b, the fines as many days of delin. ,"The defendant pleaded a general b denial, and the "unconstitutionality of L the tax levied upon him," furnished wiltten reasons for Judgment which E begin by properly reclting that the atlies Is for the recovery of five dollars - i hil...

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. — 2 December 1885

DAILY. TLEGRApa" O ietal Journal of the City of Monroe C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. MONROE, LA., DECE MBER 2 186 . AIUSEMENTS. OPERA HOUSE. Om.e 1hTight ay. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3RD. 9 THE GREAT SENSATION OF THE DAY! HOUSES CROWDED! NOTHING LIKE IT EVER SEEN THE PLAY OF THE CENTURY I The Wonderful Spectacular Drama En- 0 titled !THE WORLD (LIrTLE'S VERSION.) ti In 6 Acts and 8 Tableaux, With its Magnificent Scenery and Effectst The Great Raft Scene ! Covering I0,000 feet 0 of Canvass, and cocupying the entire stage w from wall to wall with Its Surging Waves and Terrible Healism. el The Sinking Ship The Lunatic Asylum, the Revolving Wall, Magnificent Moon light Panorama. Concluded with the beautiful effect The Moon Upon The Lake. THE POPULAR ACTOR sn MR. J. Z. LITTLE Suppirted by a Company of Acknowledged PE Reserved Seats at Dr. A. B. Sholars' Drug Store. Price: $1.00. BE d NoTE--Every scene is presented as in advertised or money refunded. 3MO. . MORRES, Manager. of CHEA COLUMN-PA...

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 December 1885

XZL, D2OM]MEt, s188 froi A Y IEIT LIND* ton Vii 7kY Cpoavivial man, cor and social amenities. ah was at a supper, at coo and, the wine being me Ii' d a great deal of It. lind was singing at the Canter- the tre, and at a late hour Web his-aty of frieds adjourned th te hotel to the tht.m, When prtlvd the curtl.1il just gone t-e last aet, and the :cantatrice ne on the stage to sing 'Hall sb ' Webster joined in with Pr Ileent basu and accompanied or 9ersipgý The audience tIatnsped and shouted. They tie, and again sang It through 'Ihe same enthusiasm pervading The procedure was re Ah i foirtb, a fifth and a , time, befo tisrws permltted tesatige. At the clusp Webster made la ,ggualaesnt bow to the diva, such as hi meald have made him a prince had he ea s. d it at a drawing-room of Louis le at ad;g the singer returned it, and ii aibe repeated it, and these cour- t. 'isti contioned until both had bowed It In the most elaborate manner seven ft Nmes. During the whole performance p l Weter...

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 December 1885

VOL. 1. MONROE, : ., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 18 i DAILY TELEGRAPH.I , reem G. W. MeCRAUtIE, Editor. Oil Kiel V. N. TELLEB, Publisher and * faint Business Manager. Wa Colli Its p Lalesi News: repo BY TEEGRAH. mar Illicit Distillers,. har DETROIT, Dec. 8.-Internal Reve- tial nue Collector John B. Malloney of this iron city, to-day, laid before the District Attorney the particulars of the seizure of a another illicit distillery, 4 miles from Almont, in a lonely and dismal the wood. sho The still, liquor and all other mova ble effects were seized and taken to tick Port Huron. Previous inquiry had resulted in directing the officer's sus. -ge plcious towards Miles B. Haines, Wil. of son Beaton, Jae. Hayden and Jas. L. Ash. Haines ownes the farm on which the still was found and his son- of in-law, Seaton, lived with him. These four were arrested and taken to Port aQ Huron, where they are now in jail. c' the Iesigned. NEW YORK, Nov. 8-Col. Chas. R. Carter, who has been Peasion agent S in this...

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 December 1885

or Louisiana will read the follow , Vin"precal *; w be a sage thingM to see mrame1id Mr. Mr. Hendrioks in iblab he alsted to deprive him with the vote of ;the strong sleded by the O uita, oftbeing the 4 of the Southern peo Mulster khm led so many Waderal effem in r , smoata were Sirint well aSbrd to . Sat no Vies-President it. he oorreet, though, tfagl a doubt upon It. Gleon deslrem to east .+k LOuiseiaa Demoeracy . aotrglm its younger 6h aneoeed by pursuing Sutlaned above, and #ts A"iel time, strike the i at will s6und his political '414 ° Tie part Senator Sher. dEud Uils Pinketon played in the of 1876, and the investi S 400I4ttit sent to Louisiana at lg tlon, are not for If is the Reform we are S 4  th& we say down with t. s place a bloo00yshirt shaker be " I d do doeilq, diet elrmined reformer t, 1 shand has proved himself to be, I'1t' i,'.lte Senator Gibson will 090o", top t late, probably, that lis for one time, at least, made an In*W ASJEP sOUT IngN RAILROAD MILEAQE. [...

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 December 1885

DAILY T rGRPH. OielUl lJeral of the City of Retan C. P. K5LLB E, Asseeiate Editor. MONROE, LA., DECE MBER 1886: AIITSEIENTS. OPERA HOUSE. O ..e 2ilat Oasly. THURSDAY, DECEMBER BanD. THE GREAT SENSATIONOPr THE DAY! HOUSES CROWDED ! NOTHING LIKE IT EVER SEEN! THE PLAY OF THE CENTURY ! The Wonderful Spectacular Drama En titled 'TH WORLD (LITTLE'S VERSION.) In 6 Acts and 8 Tableaux, With its Magnificent Scenery and Effects. The Great Raft Scene ! Covering 10,000 feet of Canvass, and occupying the entire stage irotn wall to wall witH its Surging Waves and Terrible Realism. The Sinking Ship The Lunatic Asylum, the Revolving Wall, Magnlificent Moon light Panorama. Concluded with the beautiful effect The Moon Upon The Lake. THE POPULAR ACTOR MR. J. Z. LITTLE upported by a Company of Acknowledged Reservede A. B. Sholars' Drug Store. Pr-ice: i. lXroTuE-Every'= is presented as adveyta. or. t aag QG$. O. I>O 1 , llsaaar. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Qkaves-Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for a d...

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. — 3 December 1885

orie LAs, a cMaman , las. OUR SOUT? IRBLS. "tt. 0. P byune.] Gem. Win. H. Robegts,'of the Wash. Igtdt'lh'tid, hba been noticing the lady pesbiiar E oaw the avenMe. ie h this to say of the beautiful girls of the Sunny South : "From where the tide washes the Potomac and Oher heachb trom the pure streams i0 4 ftloa 1c3 cold Kentucky stfrings in the blue grass laud; fkom the banks of far-oft South. en rivers where the ever-moaning pines sang her lullaby, there comes to the nats a .iaJ at type of Amea!. eau girl ot whom my poor pencil is not worthy. Not very well educated, pehaps, for she mew up just as her birthland was healing from the scars of eg r,tiar, stees to know, by Ira perhap%, allTbhat makes the sx adorable and~Wortli*of love anad honor. She d notb read much, for she has not been able to get the books. She knows nothing of the renaissance Ia art, and mayhap has never heard of Buskia, but when she has overcome her shyness, she can talk intelligently and sometimes with a perce...

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