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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 30 January 1886

GIU H. i 1grMa/ - f t'1 e City of Moeroe C. :P; IitEL1, Aneesiate Editor. IONROE, LA., JANUARY, 80 1886. AXUSKIENTS. - OPERA HOUSE. THREE NIGHTS ONLY. Beginninl Monday, February 1st. EDWIN OLIFFORD, In the Historical Prama entitled : Davy Crockett. TUESDAY NIGHT, Monte Christo. WEDNESDAY NIGHT, Enoch Arden or Ingomar. Admiasen, 11.00; Gallery, 0oc. Reserven aeats on sale at Sholar's Drug Store. EDWIN CLIFFORD, J. M. ESSI~GTON, Proprietor Buness Manage-. DANAL'S SKATING RINK. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AFTERNOONS For Ladles Only. OPEN EVERY DAY AND NIGHT ! Monday and Wednesday nights for Ladies and their Eecorts exclusively. idr night for Ladles and Gentlemen. JSatur'y afternoon for children only. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. hves-Ch s. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is aJtIe go. WANTED TO RENT-A small cottage Vre dence in olose proximity to tae river fnt. any one having such will pleasue address. G. W. K.-Thin Office. Draage-Fred fIaberyan runs a dray and cart for public oonveniece, an...

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 January 1886

DAILT TBH CADDO The grandjury abmntd idAietn report yesterday and at the same time presented a number at -i -- ti which are kept --ieret beae *lbhe parties have not yet been arrestd. Among, the lndltamenat thee aI e against R. K1 Backarow, who Is still in Jail. The rn la dltetment is for attempted abduetiqu "ae'faIls~)ibtp sonment, the second for attempted bribery aid the third -A umsmt atd bettery. Judep Hiksrledttbohead on the irst Indletent.- t .58,800 and $1,000 on the third. It Ie understood that Jude Hick desiree to investi gate the. law ftlly before- ltfilg the bond on the preHutment for attempted Thbese indiotments were found by the grand jury after oasidemabe wremagia n lreastlgationl lei based upon explantion, by Jodge Hleks, of settor 806 Sf- t ihdt •e td 8fatutes, which wre publiised-la-lbl in yesterday's sses. To eoatituto isbe tltrlgrhinmet it is not ,emsaaryltep w p tras W li may MH simpehepet d au bere ,mtebir iln room, carriage orhack, and if ad Impemein-er·rl4ags...

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 February 1886

VOL. 1 Z. IONROE, LA., MONDAY FEBRUARY I 1886 T % A 7r mIn TT I7 A i T . . * . * * DAILY TELEGRAPH. G W. eCIkIANE, Editor.- a V. X. TELLES, Publisher and lusiness Manager. .ILatest Nes. b BY TELEGRAPHi Railroad Collission. CLEVELAND, Feb., 1.-A special r; from Tiffin, 0., says at 12:45 Friday morning, as the east bound passenger C' train was rushing along at a speed of r forty miles an hout, about one mile a west of Chicago Junction, it ran into C the roar of a freight train on the main t track going In the same direction. g The shock was terrific. The engine of t the passenger train, the baggage car and two passenger coaches, the freight caboose and about a douan freight carse r were wrecked and hurled into a mass. C The noise and cries of the injured soon s added to the confusion. The Balti more & Ohio officials are very reticent and little can be learned from them. a L Vandeller, fireman of the passenger d train, was Instantly killed and found dead under the engine. Charles 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. — 1 February 1886

the I sii porE:ti5'te says that the *SU; w astafetlesn case to to come up oif trial 'next riday, Bill, tlhat wilt pIas re consldered good, and yeA very bed bills are passed to a Legislatse. Montgomery working men have boycotted the Stetson hat and all who adl it. Gladatonedoes not favor home rule, nrad yet it is thought he has some plan of settling affairs in Ireland without killing the Irish. A game of base ball was played on askate in Portland, Me., last week. Ball players on skates are much quic ker In reaching a base. Lydia Thompson and a burlesque troupe will play at the Bijou Theatre in Boston(,next month, in "Oxygen." There is noilng on the stage much ttinner thang"Oxygen;" but padding will be broj to the understanding of the blondes, auk it may go. The IR A cry is still for Blaine, though his managers do not mty how tiley expect to elect him next time on his merits when ,with the same merits and all official patronage at his back they have once failed to elect him. , M. Bla...

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 February 1886

O.; P ..... MONRON, LA.t 'FBRIva rY, 1i .as ýw1 AlXUSEXENTS. trth Tbh OPERA HOUSE, TkREE NIGHTS ONLY. as h . Beginning Monday, February 1st. fore **thi EDWIN CLIFFORD, ail In the Historical Drama entitled : Davy Crockett. this TUESDAY NIGHT, mol Monte Christo. tom WEDNESDAY NIGHT, few Enoch Arden or Ingomar. wan Adminson, 11.00; Gallery, 0e. N Reserven seats on sale at Sholar's Drug has Store. EDWIN CLIFFORD, the J. M. ESSINOTON, Proprietor pol Business Manage'. mo DANAL'S co SKATING RINK. t TUeSDAY AND FRIDAY AFTERNOONS Mo For Ladies Only. OPEN EVERY DAY AND NIGHT! St Monday and Wednesday nights for lug Ladies and their Escorts exclusively. lug ?riday night for Ladies and Gentlemen. ha' Saturday afternoon for children only. the CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Th SLaves-OChs. Randolph's eight shaves for on a dollar ia all the go. sirl rayage-Fred IIaberyan runs a dray and cart for public convenience, and I personally tends to all business given him. Speoial attention to the delivery ofbagg...

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 February 1886

i iag the o iMlPE found vent g~gisat.tf formally boycott against the n e. he grounds on the contract a as eitisens' committee e fo' the- Kaights of tio ,NDovember last to b existing dimculty, b ke of the labor ry wharf and the em- d o&lOted labor. w & 1 of this committee Sets c he emplbymen t of labor ld be no discrimination one on account of race, Uepttlzatlon, as is maintained t1i knuight. of Labor and recog " :*Ii Capt. Sawyer, of the Mallory fier I~g his communication of Nov. 1 jS and that, in cornsideration o lf ta fact that the strike originated in eqasiequence of mutual misunderstand -, it 'i requested that Capt. J. N. .lbwysr,gJtisenever he needs labor in ltltloa to the number ,f men on tih irt, this day, that he give the pre fetence to the men who were at work on the wharf at the time of the strike." ~B Knights claim that this has been violated by Capt. Sawyer employL lag men outside of their organization. Cap, Sawyer to the contrary says that he ba faithfully...

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 February 1886

'~' 4 '2*· I:: VOL.· 1 NOE L TESA DAILY TELEGR H. JZAK* t. . r a ass Iller's a erl d..est content: H. Jo0 Isrge" Wty of 1,e Nrtio.. for -L --Liif extensver road on Ie4 selt re a Overt e ºo estI rt iii º * d oerns, wlds A deS l tsL twetve the p oarte o ' ,o reve S aompeled the ausalants to retreat. by'* Several distiilers, wan , ES esrtu&Mtd 844i ago between slty auooeblors and a Thid * larges party ofw r nveu s " battle lasted thraedvs, dq ad lon both sldes inh beed is here. reipeo ben·d ,'l tlona for the tr o th "hfur t rop oo ay te es the Peaplvese S e heard of part dons, w e acas, by all S!ate ofmace at Illinsole, wby 'dieJod gee of tte and Federa) t C..rt4 a ,t., iselha oma antq Influential eitises. Mr. ed arriv ed here Saturdt7ya ight a p kýlt te has the I;natuir-te , S enatiors and- (fitbil.'ti "M.mei Ad~ , Dunha.tq4 -Wr ., Gen. Neglae7 thA ý W fo burg. Arrented for Ii" Boadrbnn Io, I Card, of tlis place, ha Sa chcagpf forglaing dairan worth of notes inet farmers in t...

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 February 1886

4 P" 4 ulo 'k 3 a. t" n we wr hle hen. he wrAem.dck iJ Y w ;, . :iP~lrn a oh ~WI~d·-~LOljbruh u dn ,i" r" t'lm' sP' , . . .21 Stedet of 4 b7a0 en. train oear Poftcbatoola, on t-I got, nso cut in two. He. Snineteen, years of age. 6d Mntis r seide of his neck-tl the , ., Wi W. B:, .' were written . with a Si nfl, and the word, w"Ricks" we as teahbdon a cloths brush found in s An olt tgtitCia bhoe that ue 1s9t wares tamiong the emali!zed have caused the death of 4,470,000 men. A largt majority of these deaths have resulted from wounds, hardship, and disease, the numtler arcuaily killed on the Sield ielg .coltppwa'l1i small. The bloedlees battle in- the period named was Borodino, where 250,000 men Weres ,eragd and 17,000 were placed btes de comabat. Oloveland, Ohlo, is just neow .enjoy ing a frst-class sensation that makes Chicago and other large towns with a supersloen , pumber of aturbulent spirits gtefo with enavy. It es aittzly stated ~ t$h)e Natiosal 8ocdet' in tbat place recent...

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 February 1886

'N . fe City i on tSIse, A .sa VARYlly 11i86. t , to - .. ytpttt A, i Dram entitll d U-b G NT, . 1 dance Adsl e 1.00; rGallery, 00. li ae CIJP', 1 5Y APTERNOONS 1 -7i a i iess and Genr - reir ol.r r u r of e rlpre a, gll vent hi isteSr atý MJoe', at an roie 0i Comn's We teas 1d M;. tTtIr 1hich reports him outee ,,f letrer. Glad to h er it. pm plaints weditor of the TE manager.RAP and S Mr. John H. IRice left..gi morig for Aleandri by p Orleans to one in chrof . of. H. Edom. They A , b t been quite bf e : gentlmen . 9te* t. , a o h ftg n to at Meyer's Halo at 8 o'et . Wednesday, the 13d., i Ws. -h W..W-Ior IS ttsiWt* thtog W wnby ag eibJ ore! b • " .of danger. Glad to hear it. 1 The editor of the TiLEGRAPo and Mr. John H. Rice left is mt orning ;he St-te .t1  ,4M * - t'u , 0roe, La., on th i6 2t44*y t 1fyb1 J ,ee , w a s b e l d r a t t h e o it vy 4 r o , sp a t e ,A+.4...n;týu , a". F. G. t~4 t! istal ad~inlt t 'e o sdwg and the s ea t thereon' and ºi dwR4 to be loiet, the eatl...

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 February 1886

tt ;s ' sank to Wn i Sthe  of tee orney on t. m'ost ~i able ters. County. and | =not. 1w ' th :ag o~ta tide Paue pharacttisine o. ~pr of tAI IYeri fl i tniaS. oni teen ctlyeir Strte." Il there hbap bi. . eBn.ai fothe plast3 twe ttates m aen instantetel*ral' e fory the et ouf te arney .iedon th 9most IWbl herms. County, a even pmth gpoe -Stecbate'fetietic of smpe pa the- of lofd, butjre eouD it bhVelao wtin eauetdlol Ik. pope. !Mtien af bat the lagst American States, 701 nothing lie the States pride of America )a.. Vitpe} amor tqP~' " u~tha ofp tai, little. $1d MtOS tithe pins wobi e ·~Q` r` emnseeufOr the yeat~SWo ~C~C' fijb~~~· U rt of in he#d ofSt 1a4 ICI 'ý is .pplel Ir copubie d and afirds so Ai of 6:0, 0 it6I; iurptIi wl esad them-3 of so foolle tad mode. 'Th..niy explans j . 7b4&clAC~y purpoI54 in dm n 1Nes or'tr " a and sord La broor dititlzets) are "" &tzandria for one d. ey trust that: oads iliroad dwill- bq tohit am, d they know In that W thst badiness will spr...

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 February 1886

OL. 1. RO L WED _ _ . C S r... M.ý e- a ..c a '"v . DAILY TELEGfRAPH. . . La yesterda, Sbottl hio the dra j and eae mates o thits W Attempt to blow up with Dynamite. fa 00t m E New Yosx, Feb. 8.-4 Nasvil fro (Teno.) epdel`tldAtled Monday, to the A g84 Times, says x sensation was created DAL here to-day by the discovery of an st- ell, tempt to blow up the passenger ferry boat, Pearl, with dynamite. The 1)g3I Pearl l aesmall stepmgr used in con- thronu mb veylg people from. the West bank of ni the Cumberland river to Nashvilla num during the construction of the new Iron Mond bridge. It is daily patonised by 2000 persona. Henry Sobertsoo, the fire- surpr man, found in a pile of coal from which cbarg the furnace is supplied a dynamite daugi cartridge one foot in length with a fuse refus attached. It is not known what timethe after certridge was placed iathe coal or by od to whoum,but-it is RelYdV .that the l* jail* sention was to-blpVbp the boat. Had the cartridge been In the furnace a...

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 February 1886

sand to discan to to mike, ttru~tioU of the to W uZo, " oing an ,but which ~atds and of timbered b to the cdmpany or E W v~m m atd. , This di 2;err1ie declared, 4C Saskig that any done- 4 vested in it by any at h ew le of the locomo- . I hg tpvta pnasenger Jury of s'aid  eid fmrom one end ;tiuh'priLbh. t Itked many ques. " an*err d satisfactory. of Caldwell and others 5 meeting. S. .'. Murphy the rd was Instroc push the work neces pathla e named. s 1 (c7pt.'O. W. McCranie, o S'R susi o requested to Iseat U ý (tIe Col. L. "4 `,Slt sals of the Syndicate to vdlt the parishes named and to look to the arrangements for their proper 2 l eegs then adjourned. L. D. ALLEN Jr., Chairman. e. STAUI T STILLMAN, Secretary. i -et S'J0I6 L`YNCH DECIDES THE CAeE. ,j Mayereville, Miss., a small town has 5. a very big scandal. It appears that at that place lives a negro by the name - of Ebernezer Fowler who, it is claimed seduetd one white woman, and his re cently a'ett~pted to play his game on an...

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 February 1886

* d OPERA HOUSE. THRSZE NIGHTS ONLY. a rtimi '" a-bM y, February let. EDWIN OLIPTORD, In the Historical Drama entitled : / TU A" N/GIaT, Monte Ohristo. WED.EIDrAY NIGHT, Enoch Arden or Ingomar. Admiusen, 1.00; Gallery, 0oe. tImerya, sMts em sale dt lholar's Drug a rtor. EDWIN CLIFFORD, J. M. MSSINGTON, Proprietor easness Manage-. I DANAL'S SKATING RINK. TOUIDAY AlD FRIDAY AFTERNOONS Fbr Ladles Only. OPEN EVERY DAY AND NIGHT I Mondy and Wednesday nights for Snd thir Roorta exclusnively. ?dda~iaght for Ladles and Gentlemen. Saturday afternoon for children only. aves-Cba. aandolph'seight shaves br dollar is all tbe go. lr _al-- J e red Habe'ryan runs a dtay . / to biess given him. pee tention to the delivery ofbasg age fon mand to ralIroad depot ana steamboat T OS a Waters-Perce Oil Compmny's l ororre r , b .gFnder will p leo lea ve: ame at this eoee and be rewarded. Lor rent-A small cottage residence U H- hallway. Alfy atbis ol*ee. Lo eat-Between WeLt Monroe and Trenton -onH.e pliear...

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 February 1886

40' ,* ..,.... . sea as bia: i 6 n the U' Itat Circuit Court yesterday b~ i J lSlstlett. Suit was broight by ep Sary Bros.,,ofGateld, against the ApI srIBEia S Marine IsuraSc Qtrl empaspy to recover tbeir loss on a fire Ih 1688. Sperry Ero's. store contained psl 1 ,es oftwdp wdetMat the r, ld t of thIe $ 4' Of tlu oley `- ean ir iagAildg. We ad tal It Co~ tope. omplany read a glgti "Ul the inure should keep !" ji ,:wr, "et work altroiglycerlne ami hsadee al4tlsi wYhoe written awl ablaeen 14 n 19 . ºý tro e pol thb hh) I void." The plain ti- 1 taped that, lameseil as that Th SI  e ofthiant powdet" were do Th tmeptloled io the. policy they hbd a P1a tight td their aseurance. Judge Halttt i quoted the latest and most uoisate s ethoerltts and coasiuded his opinion NO . i : ' "le b glycerine" ii lther II fagLed for e hlch is used in the Tb 3giantr powder." I think we ,sitPt :fe said that any of these corn- IP Spqamds o r meant by the use of that ch ` ig %k policy of Intasurance, s...

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. — 4 February 1886

, T'"y4+yn 'F s it'ý 3 q . q . % ta . 1 _ . . - ..ý ý +'' 4 ý F Y ~ -` y , ý . ý r ` ý '^ , . ' '# sk : .i' " '' i r " ý ~7 +f'' sq M rl j w s A` Ad 1 v. 'e"4bR 4 t U 'I~~dthew 11 0 b tbsepiw be z~~~~tA ;.k ~ to~alem i rf ~ ~~~ 1· :fPot;o t~cwe. o~bPZtf: f the 'f$ obe i/·irf jtin:t~~bp~tl O~if -~ tega.. ~:~ ~icdfti~t b sI t .14, 'Le ith trjel Joel -eme ye f .3c 4 sr 1*+,M Y *t s'4. L r. al . nE~ a d f t . Git-heodgi of rs utsls oompnay, ibKO* yes' Relief A& ion. V Fob., 4.-A special to says thelargest lesesd by the 8Itat* an daring' the, ~., ld 80,000 young carp Feb. 4.-The chess * iiW. Zuketort and 10e4 thrblr mas't for the Ip a& L msby club this "*Ar OZLU NO, Fob. 4.-The old s4tV.Jfok ,befding 90 Baroan. Weefjt known as Branswlck hotel, t0 ees $7000, fully insured. RESTAURANT 1 P. 10 Leotard street, Mneroe, La Oil 9ywtets, Fish, Qais, Shrimap, Gjame Celery, and the best of Everything the Market Afford.. Furuhihed 1tooznt for Gentlemene. GEO. C. IN8INQER_ N. ~~. RAuProprtor...

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 February 1886

" that tim 4 .l or iS bt hr ,M1h l suI a s frsor k1 1 . of b' s,-I If1dntt I" mprbable t reaiy i B$ will rin hid C"iie Iu I{ fl, bu Psidenit livelandis la ivems i oma , coim It I known, however, i tt M,. aftbrd had t nldedh t e Sin t hr to dg iter's death, t o 4roalder hit d ~telrnatlion. Mr. , a iyard, we he, will stay wp he Yis at et m beig onbte otht shreiwdar e l the Is net l anbbd one whit h tselrly Bayard will resign his Csbipet port-i all, but President Cleveland Io averse. to sue aarmo. It is known, however, = that Mr. Bsysrd had intende i to oresibi prsws to ble wI.'s death, buto to reoonsider his determination. Mr. syald, we hope, will staypreheni where he Is at, be being one of the ihr ewdesot e lo t. Cabinet andelp one whIch this radimstration can ill affrd to lodse. Mr. Baard is away u;1. the political ~ chool and his kLaowedge of Demo- t cratle wants are ompreahensve.R I , I .' . I eu , bu_ t now of Clatborm lt 9-· N. N "r ... _ ...................... 8. I 8 1MA : IY...

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 February 1886

' - -. 'r1>: ~ . "1 a '.p._ 4 7 l, -6 L -t 1o~$ f g n. r ae m ig 1 a .( WQV. andthe r-l *~~~~: Ibs h' B( fo~ t~r V le pinii ~F oter ., ip1* #4 *'tB ot. A t . S i. , i*0oia I sMa eite._ e t -s.Irar ore, smadd at ahort at! t6Y! t tto this dlefeweve dWatlg aend maees the proper iathor. Itiests taAlrealr4ae to plrs this b i mU iima tefis, these is Eh : a,ýgI Bres t expected a wmas. is the lower b*l Mlna rge 0. Phillips. 4 Ward L---- Ward 8.--P. Trouard and A. F. Par. Ward 4.-l-ilholl Watkins and A.A. W a. Wd 6.--W. H. Anders. dr Ward 7-Hugh Henry. U '. Ward 8.-Aleek Myatt. Ward 9. HOTEL ARRIVALI OUACHITA HOUSE. S8. T. Baird and wife, Mrs. E. W. t Roe, Mrs. R. H. Prosier, Bastrop; a Jae. T. BiRham, Island DaBitard; T. att 8. Shields, de; J. B Boullemet, La; ,te J. W. Stone, Ala; 8. P. Perryl, Coinm f, beno; 4. F. twaU, de; J. E. awns w and ebsem, 41. i : M' i $ vF~ 4 1 5 'ap )I D tell va= j" IP . ta 0 `'3 5A&O Ij.j D tAºrDJt1*3 ZtO.*, J.am PBOP3*3BQQ. The patros of IsIooe my b...

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 February 1886

4t, 3f w,* ( br' 5ty LL D! ~~I~ufbapim whaois SW*r st Vouch bet c: ~~~sth 1se silk beivor, Gw bQl4 hat ae Mr Lrito ý tU etvi em. trr~ wore l ft, yea's ago, sad, strange to say, it bs Idsotlel with ,the Is', : Iwb ýý se~a. 8e e$000 -ofth oldest " I I s torc ddl . H uyer & iii tth. m:sto Ji.)olna MR, had hi OM.. T i~wr~t~ iy in ,·I_~~~t~ 4r~t~oMOlgai rj rtUJr~u~:puisbJla~ wE t:. «Aw I~eid oki 4~sgld ,JTi~ ts f O'fU OY\ r lord 2um 4 ,ssd~~~~~ 2" aIa.__ G z ..-I *0 'he,.,hC lime-T W, WNW hat te g ~L~~2nay, iaoyr co r stefr .9S DIED, h E W EDyITON Gh dROCer ( (i;tobroaLc has ove r u sC a gi nr! pt i ujs; te1d 3*rooag - 'aoi, wot in" SPfk a wn s, s MEALS tl a l a drt!,i m2 E gr# . iced p, ay , f ov1er MOO omorp 454 i htIIRST FOR ldlllEIJ Drt.9d. lýºe T' renºscmtairsno rmation I. n t afo . V rW IRoflr p n dP. TNGP lea. " A t' ýd t 1k s vast H urchoase of n b tO I "il Is ?ate .t help, a Iiltly to Ge ri m8e atvt - h V r-tionpy. that the bI aA 30010 i~lnn iogn.Aetrf tiro wll e ff ýity W" ...

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 February 1886

,-,- 4 ; . , i r i: ti y ' o 4 , "do n d rd th4 :the VON i ae hour bbeIb tieas ~ ~~Qt9bym1 NAB1?bý thermom. ft~ 71 left~ ol * a tb. no I. In ,.. W1'eoett- 1 s. with a.o ly mew m 6the cylit t r ththe request. . .,, 4: Cmr Smb. y.-Tbe late ~ VSg much the heavest ~ I.this .couwtry. In the ftt~ead o emuch ", ~ ~ : r , b " ,hain fallen there qItwo feet on a level. caR~tm the 8oatb havrt ::. x _ ! x aged. Reports from (ý . vitolt gr at sf abl Rsa f tock (pl~ct taown.i~ - in htH he w I k that l uthe ursa t woithd !d aidit emduetorup has notr b¶ s e ssae tes Vieso. -1P -s 4iibe ti.Hall fainted WeDi ,i hik bee 0 t of the perform d uptemlUgt lat ealosmee 4Ih d bi ted. h1e@ wo. age4ms n f'wi ttett, and le it ltorupte is ad t * wrwcqhs £ n941on ely exetliob. Bch Baiiferu Caslleage. r~W Y*Rx, Feb. 5.-Jingo #L pIe, ecr of the smo ages of Sil " rfeot , o lScn re tolrt'eA wep serblltyae Werdy ad or oe aslh oen d O the welmso bth tim lnee-Ob e ae, He sent a card saylog he would b ttwi,00 that Vlga...

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 February 1886

, l,* j tw , #, AN thae a " al ! jst r°e t G 'L so the II exteal A n) ea t Fe , lr ~e". :~IOd sd tbaro  . eq ,;S t e e olfshe oa the eDt om t*(siti !i(/i' * r Bir re a Qem s eal at New Or. IMs , sS .koedy. sir. Ledbetter -s ashelF ttookat gessession Illag Dr. O B. el r. , Pllk, late of Maer, has ben uppolon Stt dlw -r* T s.nw.....s.e... W .ee __r., ea.i hLe M dse Io s, yg' A-gfgo lmoved. The old grnmit building Is saely beoonan g Dapseratle. Three b 'ass ro 8 ! county, Tezs, took p issonle of an expre. mad passenger train betseee Iilple and Waco last Bratuday, beat tbb eouduetor ansrt, to detlh and thea amused themselves the balance of the trip to Waco by shoolng themiss ;out of the car windowoatd ibaldOsisIg" the pasenlgers generally. They wt re arrested at Waco. It is hinted that Mr. Raudell I as gone over to the ftee-traders, but as no squeal has been beard fetso th# Aron pigs of Pdausylvue4, the rmeqor s doubtless false. A 'povemsmt aMs bss started at Lyachburr, Vs., to.wan...

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