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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 4 December 1885

b alls VOL. 1.. M OELA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1885 DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. MeCRANIE, Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. Latest Ness. BY TELEDIAPH. Emmigrant Rates. NEW YORK, Dec. 4-The emigrant passenger rates to Chicago which since last winter have been $1, will be raised in a few days to $8 and a similiar raise will be made on immigrant tickets to other western points. Outstanding one dollar tickets, will, however, be good until the middle of January. NeW York Elevated Railroad. The Brooklyn elevated Railroad was open to cast New York yesterday and a special train which was run to sig nalize the event, had among its pas senger Mayor Low, Major Whitney, and ex-mayor Howell. The legal ob sticles to two other Elevated 1. i'i.nad in Brookli, were removed yesterda,, and work will began forthwith on them.. Scarcity of Broom Corn. A dispatch from Schnectady this state, says; The scarcity and rapidly advancing price of broom corn are causing considerable uneasiness among ...

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. — 4 December 1885

~: iaHl~umn ·TRAINs. Sa teliable jgen thM city a few that it Is BShreve. tpi 'moi tc lbla pany to uwtm walnY trains on " emmreen ] saod Shreve. witUhl the met 'tdi days. The geobably arrive from Mon. P a . m. and return from at about 8 p. m.-Shreve work to the ed to the V. &. P. R. B., "i pe Mmsabls property in this city A& W batd fvors extended it by the h a e09 #o us that, as , I~t aid In building plMes, whirh Its hargests inter -a guSated, rememberinog ; ( he growth of thb City enhances sl;eJ of its property. And, fin~ s the pivotal point, and is ' I' s 7 mbid-way between the ý Mleqirppi rivers, and besides llJeiemachiblne shops etc., of this .aMLtasilet ompay are situated here, we hId to comprehend the idea of a g any asuchb a change, which, we blkl w ill damage Monroe, without essirpoadingly benefiting the railroad eoapany. We refer this subject to the seard of Trade for consideration, (that body representing the commercial lsratt e of this city) and we, like, Mayor ...

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. — 4 December 1885

ALY LEGRAPH. Oliati Joual of the City of eoaroe C: P. KELLER, Associate Editor. MONROE, LA., DECE MBER 4 1856; CHEAP COLUMN-PAy LOCAL!. Se-:lC . ldolph's eight shaves for For rent a nicely furnish room. Apply at this office. Drayage-Fred Haberyan runs a dray Sand cart for public convenienoc, and personally tend to all business given him. peoal attention to the delivery o ggag from and to railroad depot and steamboit landing. TO SURBCRIIEBsI. Prtles not receiving their paper regular. ly will confer a favor by filing their com plaints with the business manager. Capt. W. P. Renwlek is registered at the City Hotel, in New Orleans. A splended Assortment of Scrap P:e-. tures, at E. W. Mealy's. U. S. District Attorney, M. S. Jones is in town. Rill's is opening an extensive and beautiful line of Christmas . goods. Give him a call. A small key has been left at this oflite which the looser can have by proving properly and paying for this notice. The Ladlies all go to Robt. J. Nelson's for H...

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. — 4 December 1885

. Q 150oK , L. D EMBER 4, 1885. . .. s 5 ui ?r ISHu. I. ,aideM Y., Nov. 28.-James 064 (l A gaton Point isher af. Oiatnray last when he drew s M intola the boet, near Kingston lult,) be eaw something that drew 'kith trl him the exclamation : *eWhats that?" rtrig his manyl uEs' expaerienee .never seen OWb a eriton ands odd-looking thing hbike. It measures about one foot ind a half In length. It has four feet, aid there are four toes on each foot. Aa1 is $ np di nl erylble on each . ., Itsd arm esblped like those of a alligator, and its gait Is similar h.n placed on the floor. It has a eopperhead snake's head, with gills eghbt lt edakber-four on either side tut shl d.l The eatrome ends of the gS rals asoft m colored plush, adtWie In thb afer keeps ojening 4ei eloslag. Two bead-like eyes, boet a are as a buckshot, give it a d3hlt il~o lng expression. From its agmth to the tip of its tall, on the up. 'per ide, the skin is of a dark mouse color, covered with perfectly round berown'spo...

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 December 1885

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER ý5, 1885 DAILY TELEGRAPH. (:W. MeC(RANIIE, Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publishior and Business Manager. Latest News. BY TELERAPII. Windstoran. I1A IIA , NII:., I)ýe. i.--T1he greatest wind starrt, in the history of Omaha, prevailed yesterday. The wind was nearly sixty miles per hour most of the day. The weather was extremely cold. Hundreds of sigus and chimneys were blown down anti miles of fences laid low. At least 50 houses were partially or wholley unroofed and three new houses, in process of erection, were badly damaged. One end of the Omaha Iron Foundry was blown in and the Fourth Methodist C(hurch lost its stetepl'e. Liberal 'estimates place the total :mlnage: in and about the city it i ettint:tated :t $15,000 to $20,000. Trains worn not run aceros:s the Mi iouri rivert riilge after ') o'clock in thie mttrnittiin fir several hours. Reports from different parts of the State show. ed that the gale was general. A dis patel from Center City, Nob...

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 December 1885

PR. gIbg whish we clip from states will probably !ft armer Mrends for 1W laish It: to lirarn from General thit be lss secured 'ligAt le louisita of a a 1mel, which it is eon md hasI solvedpthe dim I~ltgtheflnbreof the rabe,. mber of Oongress, E. btbs President of the Swhish owab this and importance can E:` et. M 0eestimated, and we fervently  t Will prove sucncessfutl, not only ' YaUt of many of our friends who t :I;, saedl.l tegts ar this patent, a O aoeount of thegreat Interest * 1. S ,i encouraging the culti. tas plant whibh only needs such as that described, to render S f the most valuable products of - ; ýOshenal 8owell, by his Intelli l d oculnivstion, is admirably b to beiing the merits of this Jr, Ythe public and demon . vrts, of NeW York, ;re. i- . the. Opinion expressed by him s 1t.!iIpmeashment trial of Andy rhYlOit, that the law of Congress mdeignattng the President pro-tem. S th0 Sekaate and the Speaker of the rerm to sat as President in case of the death or Inabil...

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. — 5 December 1885

DAILY TELEGRAPH. th Official Journal of the City of Monroe M Id C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. MONROE, LA., DECE MBER 5 188b: th CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. M Shavds-Chan. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is all the go. For rent a nicely furnish room. Apply at W1 this oface. on rayage-Fred Haberyan runs a dray of and cart for public convenience, and personally tends to all business given him. to Npeoial attention to the delivery of baggage from and to railroad depot and steam oat landing. th TO SURBSCRIDBEs. ge at Parties not receiving their paper regular. H ly will confer a favor by filing their com plaints with the business manager. S- Gerspach's Opera House has been we fitted up with the Lewis Hand Fire all Extinguisher. Bill's is opening an extensive and beautiful line of Christmas goods. R Give him a call. Mr. W. R. Adams has put the price of beef and pork down to 6 and 8 cents per pound, which is chep enough to of suit any one. hi The Ladies all go to Robt. J. Nelson's et fo...

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 December 1885

LA., DOEMuBER 5, 1885. 90 WO USYT 10o USLi8SS. :. traveler landed at a wayside in Teams early one morning t uigI - around without dis* any signs of breakfast until e ap petite like a mustard plaster bapt giswing, he walked up to the aiesnd, who was behind the counter bret nearly over a newspaper, ti whieh biheb leg the Ines of a *tillSp romance with his foreflnger aI be Oid away at an old cob pipe. ' "What time do you have breakfast?" hd,,,d. 4 t cidpgained, but did not. aeg ip. 1'e traveler raised his voice a atehb or two and repeated : "When doaou have breakfast ?" The man behind the bar never . a hed, e ISt traveler thumped on the S"0ter wi. his knuckles to attract *t atioo, aagaiueaid much louder thia beOiti ' • "When do you have trealfast ?" '. *ehV' said the landlord, with his etC lft buried In the newspaper. "When do you have breakfast ?" "aMot every day." *"' this one of the lucky days ?" "Aetyou going to have breakfast to 4I reckon nher'm like we will." "How sobs do you su...

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. — 7 December 1885

V· ,,:\ , i·cS*'' 4.. II · UmbD T E, LA., MONDAY, 'DEAE~ ,4 r· 6 MILY TELEGRAPH.: ý, ý S *et5OU ltBy. Mitor. V. e. ' LIEC, Publisher and Business Manager. C aI BY TE[EGHAFH" Blizzard at New York. NEw YOBR, Dec. 7.-A northwest bllzamrd struck this city about half past one o'clock this morning. Ten miantestbetore that heour the sky was perfectly clear and the weather tranquil with thermometer at about the freesing point. The ,wind, which blew at the rate~f 50 miles per hour was aeeome peanted by a blinding snow fall. The thenometer ran down quickly iata the '20's and though the snow soon abated the wind continued very high. The telegraph wires, which have sufsaed considerably, advised us of the nearer and nearer approach of the hurricane. Ltlhteabonse Keeper recovers. A Dispatch from Boston says that Capt. Martin, the keeper of Minot's Ledge, light house, was able to leave his post yesterday for first time since the great storm of last week. The storm was.eurpaseed in vilence only by ...

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. — 7 December 1885

n;, $ pnA5I3 ?OTUCIiT ,IO . a v orsa a,av or tien" for n gir. At other times they e aUlest on that setbcot, bat elegsmt M to the fertfilty of their soil, and ask of Vri producer of cotton. pot--as we amv pfsmt seveade tariff as proof that no more ialtd i akeLd, we reproduce fro m Cof ezxhangebeu the paragraphs F. Dbb~y ground ,,ofdae9~eIag to George "" om olored far. tI bin lipedliate vicinity, p'lm e  thirty barrels of syrup, ' I*Ioz a b giqheeds of sugar. "rJ. De bam, on the Kuneanan Iis* pty of Hon. .. ., lg,·-it ,t ad a. half rem . I imadei theefrom 16i barrels '- 'W t ab ~yrly three hogs "em Lerelane, on Monticello p!i e, ground nine acres of cane 'a i e twem~elix hoghead of "M* ThiL y ground ten acres of r 08l, yieing thirty bogsheads of ,, . Ckrialneaux , owner of e mdel S eer form of Ibervlle 0 4., 80p'oPlagquenne, stopp d Iaueay to say that we had hI earIlt or a bigger yield of " bthiM ! e .atetiled to. Instead o tl!djlag eighteen bogE.s bdosld have read 5I acres 6t ...

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. — 7 December 1885

o ,4 '% gsbhavesi q teem. oaPPIII' ro . W e w ld s to a l, o to E. . RSe' onoSetore for the ebapae and ýdiest Vista, iLen dll1 oft D s, ark sot reavlag trrrpaper glbar A We would my to aki, go toE. Ho. t active,. r Wton Ight. A fll attendanms l re- P Mr, W. 14 Adame, wants his friend. l to dl his market house la " lve Poaints" ;or help meats. The Pole Jueo y meea to-dAy. Anlo ahetoset ut the proceedings will be pubistbetL In the DAILY to-morrow. The wether to-day is ral y, land edismal and altoe ther unfavorable; tniauis Ai dull and news exceedingp scaree. The Little Boorkeis pamping out the 9 Powater of the nnaM, Oil Mill, cotteon ed b , ad theJury meeorts to raise it are likely to prove secoeesful. The Social0lub will meet at their I Hall this evening at the usual boar. 1 all atted of t he mproc embers is a required. 0 See nthe ard of M.. Duty torrow. DAILY today. Mr. Dtay is preipared to do all knd of work n his linore andble; satifsetlon will be guaranteed all. Mianes. s d s e...

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. — 7 December 1885

" 'fbye a,"ab i,, a il o't ' ° l Nllsma m h ý) m eslj ake him. At a dinner e~se theme were a lot lat jl ow ele m lark, sad one of them, 6 >[,askled the Eng Sems enWo haghtl y refused. dl¶e hsdrinking "Bat y R . eew; Idon'tdruink, smn itya to the knot In which rl(ord ; u appag A MOW ewlC aaksnd then he sma Lid drlnk-he'd take soda water, yaou kow. - warmr0111ý' t~ý nd Mr. Cow. a .boy. *'yYu'"1lýý itdlg* igahldky." "Bat, aw, this American whisky, I b swa't swallow, you know." of "Well," mld the cowboy, "I'll make a We le th d Al di(r head tha(l a 1 weO e Pdtw l Ib; ar he began to tli draw on milord, and milonl said: a: " l..... .. 'o) know," he an * . ll as whether they co wdo A " Ab bby.- "The thi ebtem ~me you don't give 'em a hop. WI pmortunty. .09i-Me, you fellows, e and m ln --i" aul the two John Heory., Wita Irtllliow of reluctance, but i teo get a drank, came up, • beLOI 6 iboy ed a tumbleful of SfR lht.-.psse.esn whisky f milord, and ti gi i pabWred fbr is themelves. be...

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. — 8 December 1885

44 .., , :.? ~· -: YJIA4#' ;i I L4s, k; :; AGRAPH. l r. n Pablihr and I.*4eorf Philip GIb r mt of khawM Wtour Te ret ae. Sparticaluer of his -'y, that he .o ,d , .t , e as to tee ire. 'States troops Were the different Forte itaI), i Intlteliifaitho t rItioy, the General Uythlnt, evding the ag, with his pOtOýTrf .r- aot read -tla g 1pr. Thee General  toh to.day. * m4thress. their alar Ife. us, s of the her. the seras -' :ess remoned. 'ue bat otag . '. tt city, wrekas i itlte use of, p-tient himself ' o*nslatliu of a NSU , have been broa S'ls excesses. On ti o oxopa1elJ bry I t akeu beforn Judge of, and tb e room er the ueal crowd of There was no Jury, c~adu.ted as quietly as shown tha ,r mOaet Iphy cian, to the use of c ane as to reader him Iold that the tor jnuleneo , pert ed( family that ave Ibal wrecks. His coauld inject Fhe some of it n I I wilth a red hot R beot flhlahng, Idetena. Ite th 5 chi.a, little a - "the stuf f want. would refolautioolsatediele, and thua -ib world would...

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. — 8 December 1885

m[VLabIa Eerhaid] SPoet, the organ of Spe1~ '", or, een. SDp'urtent of the Government iglhtly b~~e severed by the whom that party theq do the will o-yy e to eleet a B. p a sENator to be President pro 1i. IU thq do not they wm prooeed rto - t Senator to be < ' I Voooh eess, of Indl. g ,  oi to enaet a Sthat will prevent easn of this Squetion of the sue ý ". Every senses i justile suggests that f · ay be psined in the .h pfqrovide thbt the sec SWSu tk iI te PlsIdency should party -as the decedent. ! Uimo erlt willot the people should ie dhaeu . Neither the Democratic Mr Ues.M party should be allowed MeS hImenlsA by a. aecident, and .l a itmd susf poe the people of the eSqe dyeit wheb that people have .eMed Ja adversem sentiment. We 0M0t aIMie LS oar Government eMieMeldems or fortatitous events. Yoev rk 'Thmes; Bepublican, esommrnds to its party election otf Democrat M.PaUIdit tpeo' asn., so that a Demo ; A el e lt th DlIe succession to a Demtitle President, in the event of i d...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 8 December 1885

T0 sermus a u, e n , • .b l l , TO SUSacvU hal. 1 ImE wi whle* b f' 110 - º,"#r1M agree of r ' . 3. - t will b.Me S +vlosev . at 11 a . a ., a l 7. asoe  oela eonI wgite op at Thauedy right 4 Wte ng o of December 8est., t ;he old and greet Y^ jlth a grand iM oone left this th d1 a;t4 oa, and will con with PiZ4bitR. Reasa. She is due, on MiWs ptblout Sunday all according to theetage of the $Idr below. Dld youpay any attention to the op petaiank of the river at 2:80 o'clock this evenlaf If you did not you mis sad what wis indoild worth eelong-a preouteai of w loaded with cot. ten soMewhat *hort of half a mile in length. Oar Mfeud W. t. Miller, the Baker Man Oowifetlfi or on DeSlard street has I eae rp the maoet oetenplve stocke of Ohristmas goods "t we have ever eeau lbh a mgp, oelsplt g of Christ. mas-llI-tuob Somsa , .acy candles, ft Hrle, man io t yser everything to make the hearts.'of the dear little childen ol, p~ with delight. His stock I tstieeamlywto enumerate A in detail...

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. — 8 December 1885

n4'iewses. ,ae waseb lawer ethat whets he wasn his e~ar p M 'the .rs me th no. h Ser~r l mew y. emae; they wnt;ed Bs -Iet her the wbo. bipgeo ls r-o ewe r dmlhq.e el th ei o t r people he llmd t lnd n e oodi . to i thm e~m in the land where he : ., i l i ~b. ,,-9 0. o asi hire," to htl e r p erap , shap doi hs .du Ise Shim hib emploeyers waid wil Sth iU uo `ktL t ro paore. lt's IAll teO iE" A` d it is no glat" weth the,~ but- a U " Little Jake.-~troiiotl; d rr~lt tSith seest e o flu p *ubtl U66lm faheamed. S -u-l~ ,_ -hi that he re ! m  * hs mploeraseaiold oit h had hamthe oCto a !!a i theIsatwil , to l asere. hit's e. li o _li e the e lt;l And it is no ld Sh ittfer w tae.-Detroit de Aeat butee+ w l el oinis due "l ea, e h A e p ed i m o a y matln man ofM he pn - 'W St Icieh(pebi& At2 isuebt -iti oM.; tisteddeiaghnats. You .shba maik h( I will sellt them from s 6 6bse. I will start out with the fint hateb to-merrow morning." t don I fs-our dosen of themi -~ are rady by seven ...

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. — 9 December 1885

'i . Il~e "Ilk" VL . E A E:DAu - ~~, DEC R r. ' .DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. MCIRAN IE, Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. Lalesi Nies, BY TELEGRIAPH. Illinois PenitentiaryDatmled by a Cyclone. CHESTER, IIl Dec. s-The buildings of the southern Pententlary at this place were badly damaged and some of the inmates seriously njured by the cyclone last evening. Portions of the warden's and the cell house roofs were swept away, as was also that of the shoe shop, a new buildiug, being erect ed for the State Sheppard and a large part of the stockade blown down, to. gether with the ard house; A guard named Nichols was blown from a box and seriously bruised; a life convict named Villmore was blbawn aganst the wall and had a leg broken. An other,convict, named Wilkinson, was struct by a falling chimney and badly if not fatally injured; The storm could be heard by a roaring sound for some minutes befere it struck. No damage was done in the city. A Test Case. INDIANOPOLIS, IND., De...

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. — 9 December 1885

ri She r, srty, per. alittllhs tae td, by namtral channels slealq to that tty, to be taken mn ar11 and tobe diverted to eastern ' s .. Z In more ways We v hedo been going uhNnder has the uwatdle ofo epital in New Odeiaem,ald a positive Indilbence on the lut thoaso ed men there to the it tlkir dues ub scapture their sladit Ias b ben r6m no lack of aU to preserve this trade nor from m etiUllatitlen of the producers that til chatge, pignificantly commented a M by, th Timses-DImocrat, has been Al tlcuheed. The fact s, however, EM 0s 'nlvasmon has been efeeted, d fitdh a certainty that the con q1s Wll he complete. ' aWnmsez the editorial of the Times S-lia,at : - Th agents of VIstern mills are pur csiag their supply of cotton in the W17 eiMtre of what was ,once deemed New Ordean partiuelar and undls pt Itoy, and Iastead of sending lt 1maaslt to Boston by way of this ly,e are shipping it up the river to ladBaafti, and thence to the Eastern tilk et. slt cotton I bad enough, as I It' i...

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. — 9 December 1885

'M CQwNO LL,, n 3 c CHAP OOLUVN--PAY L L. L F7 a dorlar rent a1 lel tohns a ncel.y rh room. Apply at anted-A good cook. Oced to such one. Applat the of L. Wi.. T . nr TOe-Fred SBSC r un i R Parties not reevfor their paper regular. ly will confer a fevor by Sllng their coi.n plaints with the bu sine ss manager. The steamer Early Bird sad bar go salled into port at 1 o'clock to.day with a good load of cotton from above. Our friend 3Cpt. W. P. Bewlek, has opened a bi lot of Christmas goods,ua toys, firework etc. Eaming he be. stock. John A. Moore has a big stock of. Christmas goods and ire works a sbarn. gle sailed of the latter bi o'elg 40,000 pawith ka gesood lre of racoker. all and ur friend Cp. W. PRn ickeport. The river at n~an to-day stands SC and 8 tenth feet a hrlow watermarkds, C a rise of iloh for the pEat 24 bhors ending at Moon to day. F 5a The rainfall lst nighe latter amounted to40,000 ninetythree one crhuacdredths of an lnch. Mr. E. H. Bills will have on exhibi. P lion ...

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. — 9 December 1885

~m.L be public ser. vbli, is " pte ntegtrity and de '-l-- wt ~ tr,.ald f prepolt -IeU W.i S'ad homnrable record in des1 b eIb *e was beta id .bin h i a'td hltg, dignity: and honor,. lIe a r vesatil _TIatlos - Wleb requires ' U a to leislate for the peo1h to annually meet in the dis. -.-MamEa" "- "--smaIt, a~so re q obeO to wve to Con. *s i'tnlb lianof the state of the Union and recommend to ;heir consid ratlon achb measures as he shall deem -eM wlent. At these contltational directions, it Is well for 96 in ,ýpi *. *At ;etou r usefulness t- ga"t m ts will be promo ed by a.ilrnt eetion of the l.-- -_ I-  .- .of our respective - w . ehie ...to fedoral legisla nJýým aibs he shall drem ezpe i the responsibility S, l sluative.O ma must and .should M - - ,-- y the peeple labsllrk>b lMaws. setemplation of ." p , rpopible tfunctions i --ned to the respective branches of S tbhconstitutteo wiltl dieg t . . ype of power i Metom our respective departments l gSdIapaoe, and " t xe re...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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