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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 23 December 1885

Mr. Edwi Brown " IDI. iJIM." - lppo.ted, *y sne mplihad TYeng As I tr and Queen of Operatic Voa.. : Miss Jennie Moore Brown, And its famous "GOOD A GOLD" COn. e bslation. Prot. Wil Gage Grand:orne Band d aud OperaLie eheutrw. WATCH FOR TBlU ITR T PA5A3iS Those attending the perbrmae on the th, will be etitled to peatlmpat rt b Dali aer the pedrreamnat br seane prie. Belea t h osMats on ale at Dr. A. a a She~rs Drag ore. CHEAP COLUMtN-PAY L " OA, S1idwe aa Rpdolphaeeghtshrves rn ollr alih gto. P~ t Rent oreovin titr paper brlo j Monroe. Applyto Mrs. D. Dilphare Parties not resrlogtheirpaper reglar. ly will onter a Avoer by illng their aom plaints with the etesi mangr. The "Good es Gold" Oomblut tl appenro at the Oper fline to nalgt. The Bank of Moargt will rematl at closed Chrletm and New ear's days thee two days be legal holidays. In tb The st amt Cheokee, will be oaes. hi el, for sale at auction to'morsow at as Vicksabrg. o ----. I Several gentleman have are arrived from Texankan...

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 December 1885

is 1a th iJI trto heIr peo comI elved o . se s dlsea r hot, and, , 18a7r7wo. Mr.t S. A., sioarofk wh iler o. .. i reand tomarried is Se ame enamored of utch io M, f this coanty. ladt of good o ' y afterwards to St. Louwayw , the "p~ ob 1 O tgsrplat5 vlue.p their etlPP'1 I 'thema hotest, and .. " r . e nothe th roughf Ap~LO, 1r. 3877. Mr. ý:l. rmrJid,3`."(hut wlife- was .a , . i w sidthenwalk while Th Jan husbanaryd closed s and retared to this wIa the became enamored of Sg , op ..lady of good so ctheiig. Preparations for the 'm rrdawsers Under way when Mr. l l lith his fThe al iltom en-ess aas it Ondis~ble that barbers000 and Si the aountry. The Sbpis, burt ommrriandge is put fwn l ft. a h earingd. yeterday Mrs.Wg eb to e great se through tbkN who Sept the wMld contest ltbthe Sheas an ud th ue unnlu The. latter are all Turks and they poshpoaed SJanuary But the TlSErsOW1 A5.ATlW' OF FEIISIA. In Persia te Sheber shops are ntihe cy ntro E n of t hed common e ighte ttl W r Vl~is a mal...

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. — 24 December 1885

M* t 1440 V :L AY~g, · i 1~ A VT . DAILY TELEGRAPH G. W. YeCR auI, ldiger'. 'V. N. T1LIg8, Publisher aad stines Manmager. BY TLRBA PR. The Vicerory of China Makes a Dona. tion. N YORK, Dec. 24.-The Grant monument fund has now reached a total of $111,728. Ymterday, Mayor Grace set to the committee the follow.. lng letter, which he received from the Chinese Minister ; I beg to Inform you that I have Just received a cablegram from Niceroy Li of China, desiring me to donate for him, through the kindness of your Excellency the sum of $300 towards the a nument to be erected In the efty of New York, in memory of his old frlpnd General Grant. For the same purpose I de. sire also to add $200 In my own name. - I take the liberty to enclose a check fur the amount of 0500 and ask that a you will be kind enough to forward it a to the proper quarters. Several morning papers comment favorably upon this donation the Times says: The name of Gen. Grant Is held in peculiar esteem In China. ti He 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. — 24 December 1885

Si, A~ rat ,his to :' ct " . ': is noof Amer a tpehagt the Idited states U otd ety Ah the m,. pro : .tl 6t If Austrian gov- I vie , i 'The Is no ,know Y "their party adopt the e and national issue, or Akcw they can +Inlne hole" and In t must be tree A B'likaw but by calm, .iW!siie methods. Mmtop ag!eIt mood, practice different e e Lry man's mind Is : toe edtlsrsat opinions. It is to .. 0" the reason that pro is a failure wherever attemp ea borns American citizen, D ' amor the French citizen .. ttes for having any re placed upon his personal ;llwty. There are ways to retrit the L sof inatoxieating liquors, and re Their sale, but, it has been found + psilttely impossible to prohibit o'isiald and the drinking thereof in aIe way or another. Therefore pro- b hibition is a farce. ,The man who lives to drink to-day, will drink to ": yw er d'." S A Western` lecturer advertised ",a m mt ladre5 over 2.5 years of age ifteen mi i lt r the opening of the a lecture the naI were turned down, the ...

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 December 1885

DUO 3IB 2UN Bsd AN Nth. FPrst appearanpe of the Sterling ong Aotor, Mr. Edwin Browne, In his Great Character of, Suppotb, thfe aoomn ahe& eYoung Ao tre and Queen of Opesratl Voealntt, Miss Jennie Moore Brown, And its famous "GOOD A8 GOLD" Cosp bination. Prof. Will Gages Granod Co*net Band and Operatic Orhmestra. WATCH WOr TEE STLREET PAlRAD Those attending the performanue on the 2ath, will be 'atimtd to patMelpate at the Hall after the performance for same pries. Resermad earte on sale at Dr. A. 'B. Sholars Drug Store. OItgAP O~yMN-PAY LOCAUL. haeal-th e Randolph's eight shares for .doll a aslis e o, r Bent Or alea, plantation 4 miles below oro Apply 0to Mr. D. Dlnkgrave. and ou j publceonvenence, an Eero.al .tends t ..alU bnsleq given hbi. uo aaad to railroad es pot e a ntsid landing. To sasucalt ta. Partled not reelving tbMr  per regular 17 will confer a"farlby. tling their com plaints with ttt snl l mmnagfr. Th V. 8.& P. B. t., Company so we larn, will sell round trip...

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 December 1885

MaA r how to 'i -ýbiro a drownlUg. we ha f amn a stroke Sfbirth oarm a lAA d I1 of a board Nieoa nga elt pounds sant otes hould n 91"p. ou of tao the _ill .sustai a n " `gda a s ineoeary a bove the water, as at Wimmer th A PMO dH uelllar With the boo i~W4 u ' -wMlimnaully try to ellmb a~,atv a " be batting object on which Aa* *k *lMt Iheam . If It is large l,,l.BiI rlal right. But It Is Oh hpgs enough to keep all ,e  tatitn Wate r.. Ths ofeb hap e 1 pmg tboats capsize. All C -ohI wart to get out of the a is top of the over-turmed or ,i l.t- , and all are drowned t Whom ;the wretched craft late f Muisp. will ply tread the water to b A.b. weight of their tive t #* dimbled boat the S" .1t0Qy i miaght be saved under ll e maam. An overturned or ir, eltMl ei4 d -wooden boat will sustainm m po than it will carry. It --..4, t ,vv the water a kis . 4co1d4 get their ao01 e ..'.- .l M thumso. These are slm. pie haes, masily learned, and mayhib ýý` 1 ·horse .41 8 WZRF TO THE crazy ATrtZýig...

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. — 26 December 1885

·j" r · *t-* .* ,< MO~~LA STU1DAYDEGE~' TELEGRAPH * 1 MeCRAllba, Silter. * K. TELLES, Pablisher and jasihegs Manager. BY TELEGRAP!H I POR THE LABORING MANL Nuw HAVEN, Conn., 20-Arthur T. Hoadly, chief of the newly established State Bureau of Labor Statistics, will issue his report to morrow. The Bu req wa estabilshed by the last legis. lature. The report cover a period of fle months, ending November 80th. r. Hodlyeas found out a good deny things not generall, known. The report will create much discussion throughout the state. It I. found, says he report that the men who do' the most physical work have the least to show for it, have little independence of aqtion and are frequently victims of evils and abuses. Mr. Hadley's inovesJ tigatlons ashowe .that: ordinary esti. mates of wages; eveti when most catej fully made are most always too hlgh: Employers could, not be relied on for truthful answers and employees who did answer the bureau's circulars can not properly be considered as...

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. — 26 December 1885

-tý to' evive" thtetin t holidays. i-t to think of m- Id" wants war a peel and wmant iwe 't of them. rl for tleletn of the ton the 'balcuny. TJorUon of q . sa getieri;l s upoi her' gPiual rb i tlh, a ne singu Wthfihi inggof a. S40'iaJ, that no humar master the secrets of the S te~ t",nt;a :retain hia ltht.3 ~,' says Mr. be asa house of glass . iml which the sun shines to every e4anny. There is not a busi' j oi crtaeit in the wthole country --- t" su3 tXhgh ignors 1 a t eaV a pjopri. sting theegb lj r (he Im pyegqgt of the Mississlppi river also a bill for the erection of a public -building at Monroe. We earnestly desire to see both biLs p~sseed. I A public buildingbtjlt 6y thq U1. S. Government, is ah almost absolute ne-eestty q$,IQqpe, and, the imrpove. meat of the Mississippi river is liIoe Wl l ~6e atter of interest to all. But, General, if you can't get the -I.00.000 gr M.Abeh ablic building. 'enator W e Uap'ptqn introdu.sd in the Senate las1 week a bill in re:;r ence to th...

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. — 26 December 1885

*5 4 Partip nOti.grolo"sI , will eoako ao u r =U* e, plainte wits theW n3s Sr. (apt. J. W. Blu ks a 9 qite ill at NewOs gts. >. Remember the -rad mastuerade ball at the O gpe o umo thel A skating risk, is tahe s attraou whieh will opee op sent *ak er lty. UnMfortuately ar esit is jb.l all we ean do tbaad p lag tooted. Our yourng furiede .ia e Maire, now of New Orlege s$i .Pio Hu " A. , are in the eiyr: vdilty their aei~s and relatit ad es ng the .hol-alm. astausu ur 'wl bqt e 1o 'e tlm 'in watea' dth r sad therw, iom a? takles a k SLWI amj d "as'$lboh etesly uasei"W little litter. seetamulted Loui Realck Mi el the eases, Sherdif *qt pfriA~l ' a deputy to arrest the pesptatote.. Just recelved, for til serade Balk A Iale line of Pet Leather: Oxfould Tie Ph)i ktlbe STAR LOTHING HROUSE. • -- ---. L. Mr. Ches. Levy, of tie bouse of M. Leob, New Orleans, is in the city; also i Col. D. Stein; "Duke of the I'Arboo- I no" and Gen. Adolph Meyer, he of the + big house of V. & A. Me...

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. — 26 December 1885

two b  'uath! It glories of : diiiay aTphpyr *m4, I J m .emerem $A dlstit ttI4 ills et the chaina ' rAtst T een blown wiqdpw there was ga4'' .e)e .Of them obe leid, while trdt another t A beers rIau ,'t ,the table You are sort. of thing; ýbaI i sjurd at asy express med bMand people WI produce. Another stofmwa. told as, and this by a Metho. Idtalter, ,regularly In orders. He art vo red iportsmaq . He has a very soe gun and an unusually well-bred .dog. He lsid It was nothing ,4e¢ be wase at In the field, Sl( to, '*poeat" a bird in the Sc~ fiter It Was 'too dark for him -o shoot. He would go home, take s gsod' i, and rturo in the to nud the faithful dog ` IbSEolt, when he would abeootand plg the bird, thus beginning L thr day's.sport. Asa guarantee of good faith, but not aeearuilyi for publication, I have the sac of this bhunble and devoted herald of the croee--nd be brought the to the hotel as conclusive , dFdij' t ` he truth of his story. For yagealf, I have no doubt of it, nor h...

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. — 28 December 1885

fi-np VOL. 1. MNL , JA., M$3NDY, DECEy DAILY 'PE Am9 . pr L-- I G.W. I AWL, I#W . t:. W. ?ie.Lia; U.lSbti 6iitrk sd L alerl hit - * qsi ilw frt II, ;-dl 1 s ' w er w.. Yosa., De. ...4e, .."..mbe tain-' ev ogg),of t sad t maid hundred pl wets e, tlu ei? ctt ot raid ,em, tho ttle i$I, ve. t t9esuqm beb sa 01 M thros no on t4 I, icbte wdon allpt I*iohts So*lo wth eparn". .s l" d is no trUaoq aosIu Mtheirarh foaid: drinks. to y a epeves.I e I Ihtoie b;e, though, forevery time I raid theen I get a bandred pmetn lesrt ada tºa. n the h own rqd over. Theb y 1 h4qd bM pi onh. .Ia1 d Ifonge or. prisoners brgogeIt be b, h thI were iteres.e tiW tmp et Iten. "te-Ot et tbeiatrCied Ig! ieui, r It to rt awede teau the mloe t. He nor on l.qdhorevitl iouldt at, the taloome rwea wre hma el rad so alou 4&el too. ese s4 ne weekby tae woud-t to their suearh for driaks. Judge Noah  elsf .Mepmed d there perance moeetug teat epion ol n s tbe cours now premrks . h aFid t, ni his own experqiqet , h# IO...

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. — 28 December 1885

the i to, «rt the erl eyr e, be is going exelu- 1 S., of N Y " ra idab out witn'he lt t K to popos. why so . S ettlag a little fun out of oI -w The day i  t dd:LWMire aslop tlor oight F 4 , laMpn thrt 4" p to e a '. Vh o rise of coal stocks.-Yok oods, " perbsps,ha SMea" ot the destlon- o , wo, belongs- to their be, shalflee of the **mor pi $ iodiý;a lit-tl to the Not loingdlhe'the TELRAPHrr made Sat eaet to the effeclt tht N. Or. leans wn virtuall sleepI and allow ing, without ef'c 'to atop it, Eastern qo o Urt4 lwo d Iii hi territory pylgq up all the cottos oli 4e l abilpplg direct;to Eastero a*,. The merchants of the ren Cesnt Cty will have to look sharp and will have to find some way to cut down I 'r--'i ~ , e tellh a bale of cotton G is their d Im enterpriOe on the part of thei maereats of New Orlens when they pealt St. Louis micanats to ship handteds of tons of produce to .eý ley of ttese streams. At in tbl time there I one steamboat in the e Ouabhits. sellipt an barterl...

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. — 28 December 1885

ly will leawer - ,or by 1Ag ther' o plat B with the bplsae leaani. b I e Orange bloessoms at thm Metiedi o'orek. ppt D The Howard artea wall at feet, miss Georgia ibblesV, of thes C ity Is Viting her codnts, the Mies Catheon at Vickesbrg. A No. 1. ,PittbEr Coal deliv.ed'o 1 by Fred Haboeyan. d oTen o'look p. m., Nl a rather 141 hoar toodl apon byonesl alee. TaI' I last l what whvehave been reque, ris lnJuries are les seriou tball a- r rived to the cliy by the tIas Ibie with her sliaer, Mrs. J W. W,oodlltr, Juat reoelved, for tCold Msluerado Ball: A ' eo  a.,of Ptena Leather Oxford T e Pemp it reqeae to ", gst , . HOTEL ARIIVALB ..".. . . . N T R A L H O U S . _ . Jael. Wood, Bob Wod,r playv ll I, U.. tplvon, V. 8. & P. R. R; T. A. Porter, do; F. F. .ong re rweal, par; Mrs. Green, O ahoula, par. Msstppi, we eora, is bkadin, up Its the Octbla bod this will have thenl effet rof chevekd the prsent deQline Within a few dare, ', The Jouel a W,, arrived yesterdayt eveningstrose l...

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. — 28 December 1885

p'ii ·id C "----irboy s .i.4 1 S' ith /W k ere Iron p top .T~e n cIaw. .*Oct two *st., Is Into~ plea s P:'teN 4 rou ~tand. a' beM In theU _I o' le B. ·~be. Si__t_ at oas y I lot at aýM oleeelr ss pole * poutble gr.riU, but d them' in the beat.-' k.J ~JE 2ni_ 4hdar we~m Seiqe b~y ti .) fiw 7i wise take by .+ As olctll'on a v sit to Sl' 1 , sl reported I .~in4-aL tainl enar four. a Alies be pivMe 4UhM emglt to be *It Ilss .. e them to OQJ Si·is~~-9" Pe·~~~ em,~~'-~`s"ia Ol~iiil~r w"'-e *O~~~- ~ YY~laYU aI'Q w~· l 4-JN lavo" heleeot the ,ioi vst M very popular. e. a'gMe pins wo d, at sll, aleh caued during ttltt is the oesrt baul ue. coalng wear the hair Is de a fret, P0 'r sot too large, but lodg, endiyg I two three graeeal curls falling o the . Fancy plus im gold and ivert, 1 w'h bniRsate' or tei are much used as ornam i. It does not pay to buy a gold ilin 4"W a the foarteen "ra a, "d i sie . eo are t for bemawie pt the m with:o I e A me serve as a tset s8 to -mat tusgless, rabies ...

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. — 29 December 1885

hill , ~ LA TU SD Y Di~ ~r~:~'· i- entler. a r. -.. his ae l as.' p n" t  , -s-r,,,. A w.eetli .eseem .- , e e., O.-*e;l el ~J '4to r. elie v e. Ike. oe od t 'ther wet of ene* a Teasil ens eaye, Wu. p ,se. Maew Mfox, Dee., 29.- eo. C. benet - . O -Tlmaag., represent. lg a eemealthote of.sb of the "Vol. - pea ae the een tidt .slate M-rti( metel letmly, lee appro. dwr1 t b eek a wIld tg Ib S eltral !!uroh wher Ue oftl~l 5at$e--mad Wlt "iu d eement, which see seIatn e- tl Rp it ALml . s ldniotdte.t tobr renaj loid, M t. ldsh::be uter stood that thes ' I taeatseames mn. mittes Prepg ; - *cwt ta-lpfn- for that pBwa e alndy wht tere rs aheady r elatli lrom in the Hall of the His. toaiesk sty. -- --.11 ,,--- - atlds.t.'.s Mirthay Te-Bay. * UAWARDXN, Eng., Dec. 29-Today is the seiunt .dtxb' maWiversary olthe birth $ bt of sm. William P. Olad asosa. Wittieg the morning he we. te reeeolpeat o,400. letters' Qapiaetia tiag bill on haolag ttalae4 hbleltb Mr. Gladstone left his resideo...

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. — 29 December 1885

that the sm the t)e gus eq ll e y ril ` _ aisne. Let i`ove'hb ma4e 'i this If a mal plp tells ad whna the young th Pil .ad7 r ake a all and throws This s valept the d06th railroad is "i e 'York capita `. k' M bebome interested on on the agaimeg fieand Talbot with several Mtet, mmad furnishing iylpration he are apparen a- ., that It learns that gItisaye of Concordia a qtae company for of a permanent race jbll i a. Now if the people SO lobl~" ' old het to wprk and i a r asolle catoon, as we have have no doubt hout that Sboedst the whole -- ----*-- * . ba appointed our -ireNd N. G.gln, to be Inspector of W4lgtlts l Membares for the pOi.Whof Oacbilta. A good appoint The Fort Worth and New Orleans railroad, seemw ta. e a flked fact. The work of laying rails began last Wed nesday at the former place. This road will no doubt be of great value to the dimoent city. MaDarld Battray, who formerly edited the Oe¶dia Eagle, died in Bolivar CoetJ is., lest Wednes day. Mr. Silas Sutherland, a wel...

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. — 29 December 1885

.... .fIS:Z. e ,tom V aor y at I ailk4etia Aiat; do ) ps aggage is the reason for this pu~cau-e tK- er bt whether 's lie or not, I s-o" e expeet h f - or asomet asak along. tqiIp, 4 u dl has visited WASaIB-OTO, 8c., e-8peahert gr lfhW clds throwmgh with his b 0 Z-btm bitntoet.d the gi am oad+er ( his: emhairmtashlps ,b d .f tenue ers to tZ ~~Taeoagiuttetesi he is tile sii d!Wa aty about Je tl:... Aeh, an!d coinage, io o1 the coin. tbh eu reaacBeh worry. Pli ure is bhed bouight to. bear by o.Bis.d and the other sliver men to irtvosAee but advomates of thetliver dollar piesed 4ipyfl4hise o -the other hand great p;Igrged.to pave It qon. itrlisil hbIarmosy with the adminis tratloe. In this way the speaker is saijdeetd to a heavy cros-ire that is SrMhss b sg The Ieseteran of s y, st; lt ad,,wl l vemr meuq to * ep als6tlesopeud aIe of the naval ogi-m"sh Mr. eawit,4* is o*cejI ,si t s thhead, and a enmber wbom MrWhitney fraveps wil he placed upon It. h MWl paper at Bawilm,, Wy. T., 4...

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. — 29 December 1885

PllNY and see ·-. .. o, . ustaman who, has bde. Female Collega ., Is at home for !Wuý of the N15 w ýe fr q reactide trade. Let !id toi view. 1 i stho ,Baptist chureb b emor of giving ew seenesties whL the iml heRst., last, and, 1 sapper will be I Ithe Masquerade of Palent Leather i N1 Q 4u. . c S lef at Sublett a wil receive a *". a. SKxPwIT'r has teen laid up h - r h.`iia sad will "chboke a -P s 11 MI saother rise eccura in the d Ouehita. d fa smtql m |Iq port this a mtWrl eg". -p 'TheS M disdcbargl a big lot of i wood, for Ib0 leo works, at the upper si beading. uP-gt AuRIVALS ,. B,.dI&er, Ulo'Mamie Peterkln, t *, ..s%,. P, !.ton, atropi ,J. oheeier,; Part W5r5, ITod; ~J, Del. ly )1h1 Q. bM e a~m, k se 8aoal F Qtb U.UDow Leban- E ' . l .. Mardis, rs yl S"WLR R ... D, A " t  t1 :~~~i~ 44'·· wýitbapmr w to crlw, 9vt. 1tqitrca, as Chriethap I aWL sya of our country e seasaable to expect rhb: q or a few days yet. Sdwroe Post Ofice has arot of Yale lock boxes, I be pla...

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. — 30 December 1885

ý ý ý . .y J ý ý 1 .E, LAWDESA m " NEw Yornu4, Pogo 3.414,ir ..w4 sons. .eitement at bidij I at oaweemanmettaght rmblam f. ue... . .. . _ M..e... mq aair w ue te ajipp tle. peta te s ta** ni ' he vety. ` -- • • 1,t tai ý. li;l . • , 0* _e Ss pJoh Kelly ga .I it t Joid Kelly conwt i e t00rs ,SI who alk a oeIn him. pIso b d -h Uuto.b th he waMteh. 'rtu u tq. melot be ret s ,y, .nd r.anon prefers to remain hereo. I, . .h qJ Rabid BDeg. New ARK, N. J. Dec. .O--&rgaept Rung., hba recetv 4 from New York, the body of the dog wbeh was killed while suffering from Jlsp; also four cate which were bitte by the dog. He will endeavor to start )at Ctory here. A rabbit was ialatsled with the voruns. This operation is itid to be tiue first of the kind ever performed I this country. Aid Southt. WIIKESBARRA, Pa., Dee. O80-At Montacle last alght, a eommittep was appointed to solicit aid for the fsmtqlqs dependent upon te labor of the 26 -iners ombed in slope uStpber 1. Cootrlbatlon may be sea...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 30 December 1885

film ha.e Ir a p psm ratlroad, meseai oth eme, and sM1r r tvtem6, in woad become, MgT; r * ,et Mounroe be f LITWL r Z;w I With the ad S v Year, A Is it a bou dawa, it behooves orp .q g,tl. eoltonsi for thir lfImre conduct, to also pay some ý t pmrifglad the socdal Md mamdl stautes of the community, m a ithe DAILY was started, ter hae Mho ms, Wl w p5 tratemsi there t mould he "opettdld" or ,located," MNl emunlie then to be "dosed" with el 'muey" giamuatesd n"aot to fall In 4 ie~, wer, wol a second dome be n l Meaty of resolute semlt apply the "rmedy." We are , Se amass atone, io giving this fair #1 ad it wMe well that it be -. ir dew not boast much of its qrbu itt, t brags that a bogs in ten 1 i -I . l. aisrM ar ar & Ar. .* M A s a S ............ to .. .. .... ............ .. o .. .... . .. ............ .. .M .... e.. ... n e. I eo* "H " NNN @* " nn 41**** . .......... .. ............... ' . ..... . ... ... .... S ..".......... ·. .. ..1..M. ' WestersN.... ...... ....5.... Pois...

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