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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 30 December 1885

iu. ra, opeVi"me te j E ptmee r wiw p b wet, m/r , Oiw I.g4Qg* V. WOWhug, .i -mawa, .E, , - -  , * ,* a.im7 , ee i, ; +wA i t.s 7- -- $Nro 11 tI > ' _A oNob I.S ua UIme of wue* tl.'ii I r aW. :1111e1i, as110.* od9 od Nat ofth liIt . s hmesterowamest h'd en t thwio, theIeo toa hie ea a i 1 4ilei amWe UM iad e anoti Just gaedaido, o the $a M l ball to ee ep at t4eOpa Bw eamte. w mearr to amsntats o am, . theh w.tol eraeae palepateso the emerrmat aid :I0 AiLoel U. A.'i* band xe a musrd will lbe a thead thJis I the et hevat ON te sease. All tordere or ah lef at Sablmstt a bra's., hardware ihthe WW ryelv e to protmpt atteatlee. N. h. mxertrl The ejtertalameot, laet lbt at leo reelden of Roo.. Iaws D. Alta, Mayor, to honor to haisd Be m .hse, wes a de.ded of e., mad, W a Dwlimi, weather, w. well atPadgf by 7e yoanr ftlks. (ledet S, will veurer to the alr et I tates Star age bwheeelehweempwleatertale him. - -lv r b u - The alver, at aeoo to-dy, hteads and U teethe It shove low wate...

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. — 30 December 1885

"S to n Ue boila tor yourt in theroi S ilayrt in 'htu45etsfom e at Portland, 1.0 other than -t~b,~snho has - go.0ds and 'Qtifit 45 cents per 0 per cent adivalorem. 1110 fer OF er pii av  posewanter.gen kbt carrying the I&d 0at routes in tw We -"stes and Territories. h tim for resolving the bids ex , ~ , :of ." Iuary, At bI te uqf aptehs In t e with the ogand Slate, are being f 3I5IIT*3NSTED PARTY. Wab, thR e " calle- td out a barten. SI front of ie m. 4 d, and they oun gpt lb. barten jiray S ii~~e eup or I'd wolloe t did they say tt i° .. VVo peeked me by_ det tdd i order, ee. e oud right avsy, Ibd I Ei.%..is they did. Did you ; back ? Naw; vat for i varrels BLUE MONDAY. Spsrai to be a cpstom It many coun- f it flor th journeymen and laborers a SUlM :revery Monday a day set t Idleetem and no inducement S ib t :b 9 "tgng ibBtgh to nnt kr them Ieitase lzteenth aesiry- it wee a agato.r ism. Germnty to. deoorat- the gty ewiwth bleas , fiat days. The", raupa ua to kL)P tapir Las...

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. — 31 December 1885

t. `i 3 :- ' V ONR , " THURDAY, D j . L " TV M"' ý4· aas a. 1 :. )ILY TL II A . V. . .L um I .i t .and A Murderer Ugsd. --I --- ---~-- i BreossoM Palars Tam, DOe. 80. - R. . Grt, Wh inld Dep at Sherit lff- Dvi last s8uday, wale Davlte as th3i bhim to ja', was rae down by the eoMeer yester day sad killed, -Alier absoing the the she G Qwt, btlln.menoted his helm aod ed.estwartl. Jo a few boa pesr rua was fter him and the fugitivei w$ leopelted to Absdtio his •. b, d , 4h t he ,6r0. ;Alt day -oayad _ eii t ol csms fol lows bl t.ek. PFin Tes. da*y "gh the epe  a frroquledod the morerner ln, a denWe tutkat' and pUtieety sw#tIed 4 y -b$ik. zausi y strday -tll Gaeritt aerewled out : *n-the b., only to - dlsoier tbhat Ms yas 5a*mo The deperc$e dar isd pstol and >lu ridght and 1. !f aoo. An deron wee It ,:, bta bill ,plosiug entirely tbreeh -his ab4osest., After *a mtyaIg leis pltel, Garrett ' ii, When the omeers Ared, eompletely riddling bhim with baljqt sd buksbhot. When f th...

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. — 31 December 1885

DAil Forts to Mr. B. 4 city,' for a r seeght. We a M·glae, amd the .t .r. Iii x~i s, ,o 1884. It . wrote a letter to Tiblot SMillma In relation to a Sbe . bdes) and tild ~blidlngl s.i ll" Ie.braska. 1 ie par ,t Is without right of way a ile of gi ,  ad s. lae and I ea here at work. Tbhis syodi 4go qP h o h bem 5qd I ages .ere~ in to wild"1 :. lh , : - ' hat the Missesippl 1 ..4; - + e yh'e because Mr. I . -be Nth , lvh e there I egegnlwg tig valwr.tuabe sat tan I awu ," UI . will .pt a rate ona I W. U. g 4eqs that a straight I Use rettol eotk Nlebraska to Nit- I " d W' l rims tbrogbh Fort Scott, I "eti .:Mo. Ruampton Ark., and  L WA t Wh I want to know is I "' popl ea people bave taken, I W t9 Ipilm aag 'a road up the I -o Willley. What bas been gsd ag eompany, what has become I tpsrastmlereat impriovement Orgaol ' it frali. O with a copy of " * iebelml, articles Into newspapers et.,' relating to youa project down thee ad4 wespecially everything about tlO resoluess of your count...

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. — 31 December 1885

olesa II eII] the iv of . esee C. P. j. = tiii , Asmese liate s, SIa I 's eight slars be ~L--- - I __ III __ I ... I I _ For Rent or l saetion 4 miles below SMonroe. pply to Mrs. D.-Dinkgrate. flEa 7 u M 4u ian run eav I fn . R. RIlad to an 4 ro a .. btmea To sa wca r b m. him. TO IUln Celvru a. P.rt sest eu t lee teir paper regular- I ly will eoearr a favor by fling their oom- " plaints with the business maser. The river bas rise one inch within the peat 24 holrs and eoutinesm to rise slowly. - A No. i. Plttabnmg Coal delivered to any part of the city at s0 cents a box, by Fred Habesa. J Mr. L. Kern and ,alIy removed, to day, t t the resldence, formerly the rnperly of loa. 'O. D. Stillmane , seer 4he Male Academy. E. W. Mealy, has ia asort meit of New. Year C Call around tl at his photqgreph r)b and see P them. I ubltt bires., h Just received a large lot of Nuerm rl, for O ri and Wood Fl Wlehich will t _ preveo t oChild ppr ing too eles i to thi , thie l , gs well s au prevent epa...

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. — 31 December 1885

,·e- 'Le - _-- nemet tovro tIZ i toi tall them of a curious st a en t dedprdee lou ig dues, while sititl on the qpldrrrm smug the vines. I bab been fond wIed in ie and ants as v gr aldtW e tee I saw one of Mthe aesr r *re . thae  ster of the web drawing two thr+eads together ,a0 t VSe1 ae amammes the sod and }M t i~we tisbead eatendlng r Lti.edu s until the _as folded Ilto a tiny rmth . took At between his at4gaed hl0 hiMredf under a leaf. TheIl tase mw y attention to the ether, and lua abort time this per ,mestled, and he too t oae mwatched these in aesie I Nmer saw anythlog of this I iver read of TUCMK 'ig ~ - tol'timee doring ,' ~ a p ipefs each on u e.staf nd- the next morn , -.W webs as before. TlMIY Umb4toeadl t wtcb the fold. JIg. bl'a ll ast t I came out to lek Sor them I eklp were both gone The _t r4 morning there were two 6 i't nli 'ooand the other • '- tIes hll esn repeated nearly a giýl daS i - elenss antil to-day, trahrem no more webs to be not seen them folded ,lln d...

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. — 1 January 1886

'!. . .y. jv #1 -, l--" y· . _.".; : 14, 'T T VOL. 1. MONROE LA., FRIDAY, JAIIOtt : W •, "1 YAILY TELER I . •.w. rcaur.sIE,  orar. To ap V. it. TELLER., PubUrlker and suitsess)1ipýpg 1 Sp laisi Ne!1 eh BY TILEGRAPII. Suicile ofa Youe Lady in St. Louis. ST LouIs, Jadt. 1.-Miss Mary Reader, for the past few mouths has been living with her alleged coustn, in Charles W. Parish, a promionet boot and shoe dealer of this city, and s member of a well-know fasmly. She presented herselfas a cousin of his and apparptly substantiated her claim by t a letter from the pastor of Gracoe Baptist Ohurch, St . Louis. The relatioge beween Mis RPeader and her cousinta have been of the most frioudly and happy sature sinoe her acqualns -i tance with him. List evening he went out-to a party and upon re turning about 2 o'clock this morning f found her in a dying eondltion. An I investigatiom was immedlately m4ati L and it was found she had swallowed an ounce o(chloroform, A pbysieiea was at one sue mone...

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. — 1 January 1886

iLa.,De~gt ll Itlhmsiday'a Issuehesad;. W ett," prompts to t he p-el of the Oas i ard pdsaWl#t of th,. , let etb ea of : ua sluei and bund _ t wil they continue gg the same weary down Is bthme not I enough left I i º4 Mblled to lft it up out of the :, . ,ofe pmersey, stagnation and igner itwgl le it the Iar of a ttle fve aill SWhep - doalies Willis of supplies *:nIigh, aid e,.oS t.de-en the yi Au"ii rIf batl es; the converting of .  e la1 and cllmate into money, mt lprosperity, Instead of the i , ots,, w to feom, fen.e 4 i Sr. 2 t dew seem 'after a q~ of oar parish, r b bt Soauder .iahe wheelt & adt upon your sag ilees. Let all weul. Ji-Lt is not oar Wtise uttle Ave mlW. ti, (SI ceasts on eaLh huadri aseased,) that holds our uptle boe; whet Is it-what mys am6ey palrallolig Influence, Sr W mAi)lac l titty of our sthS eo e*a teo areose a spirit of Iipaeand eaterprise Are we hope. , laip deoed to nunugrade and nad ens ime a dea b tthe pae  ? f0 ai '. h-eulg t - a, our Educa...

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. — 1 January 1886

"1,j: i: a trslk p. . . ..1, . n1M ý:`tl p'Sipght ohiave .fbr d b leaintatheoa 4 mites below rpply to t. D. Dtnkgrare. Partieqo A'baeb. ofkeys, with emal brular l t ai $wderwull1ae i afa orb l w lthea it Lst ght, obne iemanlsoar and clibre iso betws . T 1y e redlr, litres D rdby leaving the same at this emreIte--Fred .been a ls d. 1 .Al andrt for public eonvanenaet, an s. haluy tenda to all bailneeslreuhlm. pel attention to the delven of.baggage ,Awm and to railroad depot and steaiml t TO SIUJICUIung. Parties not reoeivlng their paper regular. ye will ofater a favor by filing their com ~iainta with the bousines manager. I- - A happy and prosperous new year to I' li the readers of the DAILY TELE. eRAPH. The "bridge and building depart. tat" of the V., S. & P. R. R., bhas, d we are infrmed, been abolished. Ip A dA order for coal left at Sublelt a bb's., hardware store will receive Sompttattention. N. (. SKIPWIT'R. Regular local trains Will begin run g between Monroe and Shrevepo...

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. — 1 January 1886

K.r Ih wa a a ou led '1r sirti  " el A gust man sp4ia tto'ar the stt otd. llly has made men wise, they 0i1 SsClbhandei slt *of drawlag o3n he he I 9,. But, strangely inU 'tWJ ºM9 pis hocPreud redrfie mr was ont tao the mana he wrapping en sad twenty-dollar bills it g .tMis"uL uat hts nto a t he ul Mo John r p1makes you uO," Aqis d the de"the e Johns, lI Salast n absolute ertatt play as is ttPa hii us that r man oin y one a Pit t mPith t humbuing of p I'* b'lvit's a humbucage The sa I~iohe-in, Iy. out, strangel emogbdrohq ystnders coulda do t. a l t'ys ontemptlors, and ket thirty packages Walkout ons -* heub met a threthu" HllM do you know it le" askesyou "ow do I sd hat Why, manof youraye on *d with ea their humb ought to 'ssad . Johnson. 'm out of luck, Joheou, kr doggedif. JO, yea," ser-Weilmitb, and then º ly, Smith's con't yous I  p torl y ou long agol that the uh a fr"ud." "lHOw dM you know I?" persisted This raemed to mottle thu erudite HKnow, mdo know? Why, man, any one wt...

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 January 1886

Rbe _ONPai SE eNAe,8 MONROE, LA., SATURDAY,JANUARY 2, 1886 DAILY TELEGRAPH. *. 1V. MCCRANRIE, Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. Llatst Nets. BY TE? EGRAPl., Mr. Sweeny Receives Calls. NEW YORK, Jan. 2.-Many old friends called on Peter B. Sweeny yes%. terday at the house of his brotherinlaw Mr. Bradley, East 68th Street, and many more sent cards. Mr. Sweeny made a few calls during the day upon his most Intimate friends and spent the evening with his sister and her family. John Chinamon Takes a Degree The Times, this morning, prints the I following : About the middle of next month the Chinese Nation competition for military degree of Chang Yuen, highest degree of the Empire is to take place in Pekin. This Is held in i the Imperial presence once in every 5 ( years and the successful competitor is I crowned by the Emperor and is held as a hero by the military fraternity of t the entire Nation. To attain such honors, wealthy famn. ilees are more than willing to give u...

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 January 1886

'a' $ the Times-Democrat, e hbeading, the article Lo )or of whicb, it or domes from our 1 Ot5atemapor0r, the Claiborne /  . Our purpose, on this re, 1 *i is two-fold, to-wit: to aid " - "- 6 railway faellities' for the 4c, set o this point, and, seeond thorse Interested in bulldin 0./ 4 bita Valley railroad of the 5, SVIIJwty of a dangerous rivalry: "lthe Calborne Guardian says that, g gl i , to time, it has intimated 2 S~s-g.-re being taken to build a uot hi& ',gwo amting Cialborne parish )Fl with ew Orleans. Last MwsA thiales citizens, ye the majority of q Homer and vicinity, quietly came to ptotr, daly Weigbed the matter, and s. ateZllx ot eight hours' consultation, ' *114 in the Clerk's office at Homer a su hbarter for a railroad, to be known as ea (h "*,North Louisiana Railroad." du T'Eh*swa ,lvng or gassing in ca thise iaswr,ot-fo e pmd meant busi esand only business. They are of thstst men, business capacity, worth opt ability considered, in this and Bienville parish, 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. — 2 January 1886

sewatl Jurmal of the City of *aiee C. P. KELLER., Assoelate Editor. MONROE, LA., JANUARY, 2, 1886. AMUSEMENTS. OPERA HOUSE. Oe TsAMgat Oanly. MONDAY, JANUARY 4TH, 18,6. LIDA GARDNER'S Female Mastodin Minstrels - AND $winging Beauties. Under the immediate supervlson of BILLY ARNOLD. THE LARGEST AND BEST VAUDE VILLE COMPANY IN AMERICA. Lida Gardner The Peerless Burlesquer. BILLY ARHOLD, The Prince of End-Men. Reserved seats on sale at Dr. Sholar's Drug Store. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Qhaves-Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for S a dollar is all the go. For Rent or sale, plantation 4 miles below ' Monroe. Apply to Mrs. D. Dlnkgrave. Lost. A bunch of keys, with small brass lock attached. Finder will please leave at E. H. Rills' and be rewarded, Tost-Last night, one Richardson and Ilarrigan, 38 calibre pistol between the corner of Fourth street and the railroad passenger depot. The finder will be liber ally rewarded by leaving the same at this offoe. rayage-Fred Haberyan runs a dray and c...

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 January 1886

agml >a very dopbtfil, ,baiijite)r that he should andAatheo i l ti be smy inaite gain to be " e advised "of t deifth, to Id haerb.Y aoeM nelndded : " ~a d.....iI lther, but sad good as hather." 16 It M e01pre; f-`ii ( Iblat be roni d buruuu oevne, Egttg "sle, Is.aes I bheoald die, to have him ý j nation increasd -s lph ht'U o'cloek. Mrs. IS irtheat by his bed and told him 'ge1 a the. sn went' down he M(b pavier. =: !', .5 ot You are y bl1Wb d. Death is not so tad. Waeepidg bit hii t1 amid her isi F i tie phybsicians m tifl irwi'was no longer any I` JM e.qae . After a moment's ah ed her to call the family 4*l ~mMIMp as the physiclan l i a i Informed me her I am to die toW.. Is t so!" r fi ere4 in theaffir mPnlun sken eyes to ,iLi ed for a mo Sir .lt t ip4 ~1 tease thought, tht at 46. rieads about him ti Mirdiu tluy: migy Moe4, very good; it is all Them4armiag to his heart broken wlIYpi t& mtaort her. He told her that t1 e W o much he desired to $l hw;Ih l M was too wea...

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 January 1886

''Y3". ·: ·i ·~ VOL.~fVl MURO ii'UsT ~P~~Y, T". L . r.... 1 ,. I I i, . Deep sUaw. CHICAGO, ILr., JA. 5.--Dupetpat that the hbyatd.lr storm of th: -e , .pewl t very gmbensell erout the Walt 1 et tIa w*e yesterday and last nIh t. In .a setlans it was aeeompildt by ver hit. wlnds, which drifted the an. badly. A ftlo ftom. 16 to 80 loalis Is epored rom dtfferent poinlo It OuiUIU. In ts0ay -loalilI',VIta aOdlt y delayed and travel hipae ta this sity a high wind hies e aesow lta since midnight, aecQpq1dij light snow. TomoNTo, Gau., Jqea. .-The folloº, log Mayors were sleted yesteilay: 'oronto: U. HL Howland; Guoelphi W. H. St c I M t.- Thoese -J. E. Saith; Hamntea Aldpeea liMcKay, Bradford: O. B. Heyd; Itlagston: Mr. Whiting; Believe J Mr. MelucIla Lp-ndom ; The. D. H.ogis. The: wo. sean voted here yesterday for the e lanime. They took great lnterest Lai i eleetions and polled a Tla si e They were also united In fatvre e Rowland, the temperance eandiddte. Taming ofthe shrew. NNw YO...

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 January 1886

y te us, depends Cihants, 1 e taple, r, Swy ' or Stowaird . i t to our pr ius direction, "'"lienss Men's S tlielalr letter,  t(bhe Monroe iWby iihel and dry rt msare them with to the present e inree w dealt with in Ipe1 ase of printers (potard bringing . tadition of our St' estu, than all the U tr weotld do. We again g"Benins Men's Asso ottpatitn to. the local Sotol, which we have Wetirl previous occassions, lo t Iui hei so' the arims of trade We1) ujaius by the neck and draw Ieted lt ettt e was whip .lsid life at Mourt Pleasant, S. C., 'last W nes day, wheo0 his brother and as Isneurase agent oeme along and alotfered In the woman's behalf. Beeming incensed at the intrusion G ertt shot the agent, inflicting a mor al* wound. lie then ran pursued by some parties and took refuge in nit bouse. While his pursuers were de batliagbow toget at bho, they heard the gseport of a eIstol. On breaking the # Iopen they foupd he had put the mnuastle of his pistol In his mouth and shot a balle...

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 January 1886

, lug their corn ` iWgl oa f  devll e, ), wte oe rn *is o obe leasage IM"topo the ht, an S.]t' s oa n auedoat e ArMo left at 12 lp edS Anight for thb ebote iai fSerperltes. A ma. d V. & . this w alight. A he r t if anu matinee Men's ., ut, the old at 6 p. m. Wr bedd ysr h e beul. imner t me., of reat Iampor , ' lhie digaueL S. i icri . ell and Mo. l).wierload Red I st Proof id s * a ber a at low rates. The t vaet attl etlo at the Opera ,d wll be the. tavorite Katie atmee sad troep on the 16th., and et, KTatie lea favorite. . (I.. o Ratwlin, traveling auditor f tha Queue awd Creuent roads, waee l the aty laseet ight and left on the eacomtudtoer train for Shreveport this metning. At the regular annual meeting of the Amerlea Legion of Honor, held on the 81st., ult., the followinlg oieers were elected to serve for the ensuing year: Commander, I. J. Duty; Past Coonmmader, J. B. Garretson; Vice Commander, 0. L. Batte; Orator, B. Rlchardiep; Treasurer, F. P. Stubbel ; Seretary, Jo...

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 January 1886

#en ith ento e a " 'wim nh11e s ash wbahes to ; elir eo i of a e mooth pallid sail which Is Prom a ledall la the eat pocket *t iie who wirea, ~i) eI l erietty, and i w man wishes to illiirbed headjusts el hed bttery. In : eoim s ussheing the smooth poll, its ep t, and as a curobled up iadther andd me dead as a New ter aier to better I.0". o ifts. death, the r l'--s l.- la the centrerof v- . itn the ahape iof of usporel Jlse, and he or `Whicg h il called Sth as been two to five thou. A. o He also statioes I bald head to a luamp Sand that fit is a Se _e a bald-headed *;esm his noble and It olS a tin roof.o tlt aild-headed men r i itveontionI of an apparatusn J "able them to chuckle I ~; l or destruction of their w 14ts teu, and cause life to a ttg s and more enjoyable.- v po ruck by lightning does  M!L the fluid belg much e sw wthought. The nerves "'lº panl are rather slow Ir p I~9eWfto convey information. i4s te the of a elephant Na ppreepUble interval occures 4 toble saales! gi...

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. — 6 January 1886

44~4LC ' - ~ 4 4rdn·.; .. Id OE LA WEJ)EtTZ ~I~Ayvrr~y P1%i~ I 9 Pebusbar and , D Fire. CLEVELAND, 0., Jan. 6.-At Ave o'clock this morning, a fifteen thou. aend arrem l tank of refined oil caught fire from some unknown cause at the t andard Oil Cu's No. 1, (works. "The fire department, to-getber with the Standard Oil Co's lqeal fire apparatus Moon got to work. Other large tanks, in dangerous proximity, camuse an Ipprelension of a great fire. The burning tank made a magnificent spectacle, lighting up a large territory. As quickly as possible, arrangements were made to drain the tanks. The f$t at this hour, 6:30 a. m., is still burning fiercely but it i$ hoped to keep it eutfined to this one tank alone. Mexican, War. GALVxsTOx, Tex., Jan. 6.-A special from Matamoras to the News says: There is no material change in the political situation here although the Tories have .successfully defeated three attempts to seat Yturia in the Mayoralty, they are not strong enough I to seize the rein o...

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. — 6 January 1886

Yoaris affr j)a" what we want. atmeve ,of them wh have usade e ln Canada, edi s. together to pat i W-S personl Ssof themi, and from Ba ikme and men aprrow bomut d to unodertake some : U0o"t do. It is not Now give me all ef ypour country; IsM ossble of il neseeo berfa products, timber, ui $ about the hobracter Wirof the country on te ree to Malvern, ua espy of my New S"r 'Wvill oeeo this pro .- , bEspeptfully Yours, JoHx H. RIO . Na•ips. p fuom the City last, hould have I the DAlr! yesterday. It , l;that thio pressure brought =#40.riM. ti Board of Pardons, in S oaIn'tlbihe condemned men, is great, ad fithitbhUa has indeed a task to SpftremIan reaching a deelsion : Liait. Gov. Clay Knobloch arrived In town this mornlong, and was met at Stet Charles Hotel by The Item. In -'. w c ou of converestlon he stated thee was a possibility of an early e-I..g of the Board of Pardons to Stpke ngain into consideration the Ford and Murphy case. .A number of petitions are now on -ie, and others ...

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