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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 February 1886

,~," Oi, LA RR f. VI 41W ' R a. : .with a wk lr. ,t, B. ligaper on ' ar. J. I. ei e on for. sn " b%#). da ref iolt ol paps teao at pool . .. divearsity of f SV. . ne1t. a ad 433f 6Idelegation tqaIe the gentlemn e'tck ,to Oincinnatti bg.oallOot the nb vitation .by thue b t went "-O i ¢P.-.fe orn ade eat Y I'#m'0 the". delegtop wsen a f ti tobeamber of emmberce, Io i were warmly welcomed . ad ,by the president .-.e'nO, twho made a briefi e, . lprkiese were *made by SMteOr, of the Aesociation; .'ettsie, ~o lte ogsorl; Mr. Mann, Ž of 'IEr. ' riburt, of Wis e ; P. It . Davis , o Texae; r. l cY U,4ft l Milorida, and others. si " ýtaeaa. alr 1Vje i b. 4.-rw A special from , 4.$iaeo6., to the Post-Die .; k e 6 neSaiwete (colored) . t iF1j0a, o and Alton 'city, recently sent a p loving epithets and "= s9 adthe thirteen-year *, ]t , .o Gi.oWilliams, a t i thriuty. of WThe u3IWWWg skeat, but a. u t oidaithe father Sitdh moth, to seg m eb imith. wbAl te;* ." to p vent tt tg o at 't[ th p...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 February 1886

O'atb ii ºtt ,weara Stt eqnptsrm y. w`e take Cnhti t osntry way tb ip e of theparishes ita, Caldwell and the eve mill tax the _ eb. ý3 186.- Your cor . s  tled A several corn isboa re valuable paer dhlrda yNorth and South Ak1c1. $gtrer, .lLsland, Srth to Alex ~i t euntitn road u rther s p ad mo*g via Mpea- d ýt'A xa t tdrtq, A great deal 6 3t out tie routes. Whether q practicable remains fur engi- n S td aine. The route that is 4. St.. bel.hg agitated most is from Hlope, t,o~ A ex la,] La., which is i ~4 ' iey Homer, La., p1 a y Hill ye i, La. On a , F taey or ridge route can es b either tUnning down el.. you or down the deividt t " wehithble divides the Saline r a ithe Dugdemonta, a dis- at te t 100 miles, pasOsing 'the manhe enear thousands of acres t ofrAes s ai .o wore Dugdemonia andi1 "ii Iproet Ur1o-Alne lands as there ies% tip 8qNghr.o day, except the g dis tar gidh Iri le boIt n waste. By 5. reratsg to and correct reap any one m e seem tbls routee 4oald be the most di...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 February 1886

r. , . .LLo u,1 b* admitted SWNK. 7. ý up' forT a ias bulding de . abins, upn ex y pripes for r than any- oV OarLXA Sb eroroe, ýaA C, 'A. Flournoy in m:y firm. The all r nP be Floor. 'KAUT.LRNOY. r, , t., lase . pl S. t paper regular. r ag Olg their eom. m`i"ager. hRlen"a4 al r Irived atCa ys· , with 2217 bales l : t.rseed. . ap] Ilins. arrived from the . .. A.'1l td oose yesterday with 202 wh S edttorised"ctur. to day. ti " ti ,:tiere ~egale a pleasant private are , attygivee at thl residence of Messrs. F w. -IE,. B. Weil last night. Charleyr teI , aOn'To.vbrat~d string band from E. ttihir' huafnsbued se for theM te Ta'. T bar :a.. B: Monteith and tI e dowbn gyeterday, wlth a, a-' it t -argo-rncldia g old I :' ''".-; tm'ttl"s aMi other junk. to .e a"to Wwelinbg, W. V l. - ------", c-'-, - - p - 'au PI7 VrIat3rsI. rue ";:": r.. .Mitich and, MeCurmick goO ./, ~~i~t le~ , t.o NeW Oriens prices, ho, ·'Fj l ~iV lk d . A Jr I terpa's Fertiizer o -:afl: , a i rm, tich. . . --...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 February 1886

pesona,-.9 the e eat "K-raCk .or at t.u., eded to 'ý da4s tto m. On Tuesday  h atpoboy and ba the woeds tb heB~npe, to to see t, ro' a4ls IIb epit O hoMe, .o b ,ie4 O. Here ,ad went as 14stance of 22 tU Mif d fording bay? tr aenti-rely adba hi  thb aligators, ai eIejlgg one night to V`besxt on a d 4 t_; .ii dog for al rle yrstv at Silver ai r seo aaen by some a ;e'vening. They n k c which he refused, tl hoit ihungry. When in- e Se was, he said a S.Iy get home by go- h 1ilver Oreek to its Junction ; ,i,"t mSleOower, and then follow : f . ' t ! ; er nottil be reached his Shome H. He was prevailed Slowler to.give up this plan j Jo 4o0 Oli. Love's where he passed - the ,lght and was taken houle next t'y byt sti. Hayden. At h`is home the brave little fellow ,was oeono m ed and Mr. Hendricks , ut, l hboItt f80f his neighbors started ,thWith great difcultty until Wed - my nithlsning, when- they heard tbot ~e,ba h beeq found. The trail U beigh solitudes which might b ,, l4Patll the ...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 27 February 1886

y + +,t : rr .:t , , +ýr .."i.+t `«t y ýk.' ,. ' + .xIM" 1..ý .' : _k . S Y t X "X, y ! ,,j- ,.1 ,y >+'fx, 'ý ý q "' . : a ,ý 9N N ~ I A ýt+N .týý, ?te. xf A 'ý4Q ý"` + ý a "i'IF^y '. ,.ý 'ý` ýa';fý ' i': i :b n; 4 L ` . r ~(ý," G4 i, ..n. .i-,,,w w ýat wýý ; , -t , M-; ý , ýwna~winý ry ;' }iu.ý, ,ý "`N 0 " .VýXý.ý ý' 7^ý~ýýkcý ýKr ýr' OWN~rlI ·-- -1 r'r N t ." F: Ar .,ý as 4 I a 4. ! sIf~.w 1n rfTbe l f. t tq l.. to t The a eq.#er t 0. Mr. 't~ , ,e~ed be woulid d ýttdon M.beo-t tAiaeiv.. a, v `tk.'"e .i . L bor w '` '> ` : #t c 'ltrroettiI this af .'" ' ta r t.ýlt . hiis conf.eý, = ` ý ýusiit~ttee, is.r late f ato is ot Ik bar l . " A ýý1 to] 8~ ~isli*. o.,~'L~I AJaw. W1 3ýa, L, ~ti~ with a - woman bli ad; Iwo 4klI4..u 'were arrested in this any yt·ad9. The hargesw agmizast - to le eRIO steBe el.aea lug ateam f hb nd . j b o pttGieI1:Mm 4aw was ll a iham i tmgs4 ) p .and be n..· tea ;ij from E Deso' sy 'eh '` 16) :-· P procJrs4 ::~~i"S U.fCoit'tb with MrW ..us __ unsettled tc...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 27 February 1886

t te+ýrstard rathal hban pro,, iex , Feb. fS*-Tbhe oea pn Public Bulledlun and has delbited to nwake ifavor del' ,the M9quo builiing ý*, uttn of gad 1s decreasing ; lei l a Is sieremaieg, lquoe "d t ra lueble. Tl'tiacriNthg .Is toparieas more and more, 4'' iarei xtem to hlve k' ~ etapd, bya y. Thay want #~h id tw o piek of any other 1-ban to e.,arrop l~ne, ýJ et s Tr, v Arkanas. h o number of legs they can b9* e Ii th"ree. Butler lst hisl right •, at the battle of Brandy Station on . It h of J!ne, '1838; Berry lost his ajmlie uist4e 4f Cornith, Mib., Oct. 4, 1I Ritpto". fter riding gallantly tUhrog the without serious lrU " t1y I ltbe . f'all from his horse. qlaRaber of adios Assemblies" tQf , k +Labor is rapdly focreas « g, Platdeiphia bag 8,000 girl mem baa, e'~ York, 15,000; New England, 0,000 to 7,000 Texas, 1,200; Wasbing to, D. 0., several hundred. The worktogmen aod women of that city a very. tboroughly organized. The meinbetbilp Q, (te order in Baltimore Is rapidly growi...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 27 February 1886

-__ • . r l, dl Only . ~tEVER? AY AD NIrGHT I + ý Al' dgbs ' fm night f' Lutiea cad Gentlemen *Ing ogalvo an h. - ay on oand r large adra Sllgoon ,sO 'mutts( which . Ptoe , enb dne, and S ra he ing together wit , Hof ahe df thlers will tven ,i . t Pnea, at F eb ndonce -ibrct on Hansr dover National i irn vormid fE.Bl, BoRyle, for WOO( fl- , , lreyain rain ftheor bicperrgu . r" er faor a favor by leaving csame aJ mall .Ott.. a residenl. i ý Lila,. o Apply at this ofi ie. ,, Altinn.ume wilt nO- primet, foa m wntr. mi Pinies o aptelr ln any-er pTm r ~,.Jnhress F. V bBldi.ng r. -i M r h~o Wet p 0'r. )eb r esMo West aonroe, eI, NOTICE. own aehra.llpst t886., oD. . Flournoc nie Dan. soc a partner in my firm. The drWet Monroe, an., eb t. 188 11 TO '0UDCRJDER8. iet il erdy or by fling their coin ..w t, white hgbsbites, manager. ply of Lr sale at my kjI&.d k i)nn -of officers will lake market near Five Points. A call fendance my friend is i rsoieiqted. S .r Misses, s ',lv u anid atli...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 27 February 1886

e., ,ga veitti h -i ap w s hupky asf r st ' tgboo sthe jthe q d wats  te c tter,. g%, viermlli him -- ' .$d aot 4010 of MYO7 0ro *rq a ond er bfull '.' rylgave the at lieggtnbeggars Swas rucky if be # nrn, himself down santy-tord Strelet Si o tiNo o umble Fivse cents Sa lute .in re niii us nt be work Ste took the meBroad. *otti.j omre.,,, Y _M( lu t"and papers, IW wonderfully huery letter he tlt aseweredtl and . His daily mall t 1 bbegging letter ih perso was sra r: -tkI d as carefully '~ woe asa Cabinet .: most pnetfortunates d at the la lutin ed the i ~  ate day wam ondg the -J et G oe-or68, Island S'is a memtbe workf the eIf I hit, walk he met II hI 00 In eouistoed hutiem e arts beenjy lift tho psmt foer years. During . -;, ~ d~ t"b eq madent a d man S I YOemttn of the sith degree. A - adipal ome tfrom San Fran - s@ U:t.P: A pe unfortunate 'altom ed',at the landing onf he Sif yeted on theAmong tBelgie K spko went home-687, by S "th.retan eout oncates- "there h *litU t le...

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 March 1886

:i\7 ~Cx GE, r· r tý ý r ý r i L·4 , ~VOC LA. MODY +rtr ..srJ aw ..· -" · ' \ · -*' S 1x .. Jo AMU 61 S E L. ' WO I .q b in..... e" 4abor eIsment., wb b.as. fot vteera : ; t..a g~lrowing . or. .ad more S" l~e hag ri, Ipah.. * T, a Wovese lt Whli-dj l ftair toy i:abol efl  t to ever hs. toa ,.verl ?' " " .r 3-,g , o ~ toWt'p . d oWte ,.,r a tio . Their a.i4 r et e arselnbly 14 the latir i - #..o; ' a ..le an .,"1" . el 4 Id fot teir te o +the work,. i i, favo or mhUopb.l "54 ,+glnet hoiae`t labor, hereby declare that we ' i will i` thls tere refue to act wthl lthe f the Jove pattieSt; bad fAorther delae ourselve . In faor of organizing Work~A nenoa's party to carry out the SwgJ JoerimE: C I,.. The repeal of the odious pen-. itaenary lease. a 2. The abolition of the enormo~ feea u lmte iahEId to etnty ofces, and till su itutito of a remonable t saary Iasteae tvd+ Plr d further 8.d a oTrrlm e of alwf to strinm. ilate bu1olae so arty to carrye our thde mebankh employment, ,. 4. We...

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 March 1886

, , tr . : . I . ieomments, tgegaid of the streets S. tNon of our parseh 't planted Int "he 91 water is are tor., ,, ,party iWifo S 'thmay makd' e'qies Of that nature. ntia o ja ;rtiates. .tterk of the two great oppcnlog pauties having A IW1 caution mhl .owM+gher, as it Is quite possible that the Repub lisean party ls astacking the itde"' o order to defeat the will of the poole at oýp ele tIon. The Tenessee Prohibitionist Con Hershdb. &46 Nshvitie on the 23d. 1M'obljb/o-f tiybeaWntlon l to se eure the submission l 8tlhe people of a Constitutional amendment proliibitiog the selling or manufactsflng abwhisky in the State. Miss MattlOt I, ~ f Monrol, after spending a few days in our city, the guest of Gov. McEnery and family, left for New Orleans, where sihe will remain until after Mardi Gras, and then return to illfp 4ouge.--thpi tolian-Advocade The pay of third and fourth class Postmalegra.of the United State"l ran ges all the way from $1,000 to 49 cents "et tPear. The last ~a...

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 March 1886

for ailrun •dra M tbf ji'.only. '., ,. PA T o thL, . . 1fo1. or tiMng seo neeAned thow berith ýJ. ' ir FLOURNOY T', for $.00 r no i their paper regula !y still cnfer alfaor by iling their com rlmerr tw. Sbalest oo.RAY Hilton & Stndey sk of Alasn - E tar wre and rockery, Tin and Calber ···` . 'LA. Flono '"a r 1.pt yfmT Setts are unrivalled. Te weter ir clouding up agabelin this evening and threatens rain-pafter Wliih we lookr for ianother hli wave.o The laudy who lost her shawl at ie grant ball at the Opera House can hve the mne by ealling on Mr. M La!tdaoer at 8. Meyer's. Mr. A. . Preston has sod his resi dec on Third street, bDr o. Atween Jeffelourno n and Wash ington sree toy firm. JThe alderwood.t be Flor Cll at Hilton & Standley S for iAiesh. and choice groceries. Every hin it Iwe orh and first-elias.p 1 thi ev-not ingdpiag threr paper regulaer I will from nfor on keep a full com ply of rsh terh for srals at mnaa gaed bJil ate perona r clue cap o haetil al"nee Pos calln...

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 March 1886

Gemllmlta - oeurg oto, Urn e.,ia obige, %p, Ie epen to v7 cent a Salready ,I, what sg, i g AiWWr, divriqd 1,1 Coe cotton audIN rin hop ad it :be a erpg 1loo0 ,;'~ .m ., le e, o r We aay reasde a •,.L 2,rtldiledently of Ihe An, ` otit Io s 5,prot ouril ioi tO tis the legwie- vgr 4a Mob of the Southern Slates , e, .. petitdh led to make dealings il° ' ~lt    M leass eotton Is and la do ~'ell canrad is actudaly eut t plre ber, a selouny lI S.e aMd . Imprieoomet peel U100 pie labd r and at thi rec to b • * ll r tie . wo n propitioys for u fi- en eC Ii,,alti we aoppeal to the leg repover -,, I! 1 .th.o aid us in our efforts o 4 be ptild tglimakeit to tdeaings pro S .rei . Ufeuel e camnot buton is cutol ° llyb to the plan ter ifaly ge pon a of dliverng up to of thand ommun years tion ce t l +a b d a te sence qIrote teii o, tolether with athe pr . but one t word No Sto, never pro T by te beut of: ee Stogeth er.wia Is bit one word;t N -· ~ neer. a · bv l. bs fh~b wo:::::::::~id; wreJ....

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 March 1886

ý;'ýý <;,ý" ,r ý 1ý L Y, ir C \< ·' :its· k Au s,4 I. LA rJESDA'u' ¾," '" I sr anaqer. . ... lor. Labor Troubles. Blos March 2..For soms >L!i bs past" there Jia beep comnlder. ~bt k and tMistlhfaction expressed . ' oe o over 400 men eamployed at he - ui, tra Bt1 .Works, Carondelet ildigeoetant is due, according to de madeby the mien to the T4r wages Vsat arepai4d by the lessee.s works. ' When the works started r Sthe mAen resumed, as they state, di the impression that the com. c oaold begin with low prices Sb" y an increase. This has not been fulfilled, a ;'-re.'r, and the men have become t :t~'satented. The first demand for ai '; 1 sa.K euof wages was made a few .C ie men esaYs ff thetr .qe S'+- :4 " e not gramted a general strike Si·" 'lorilw,whiCh will cause a compelete aispesblon of the works. In the Vul canm Works there are sixteen engineers  scattered in all parts of the works, ti ' wlt are known as running engineers, st Who are pai4d I 60 to $2 50 a day, the ei...

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 March 1886

I ate. i. re of  a atri on to toderatloo on - I., orth wand South i uesltUis of divero- t Ihggs 1t the colemai. dthe wsmnnlg to plant aheh or too 4 ,!nooeUek,. at pre. pr~on-ofo improve, SR11 the wiil commend but, er people to sals Inlstead .ltasqLsduer. If our. people, ""'. ,y.i- ea tt enuldr- atse ad ndl r 1w".the eVfrt of whifh they ` `ýN csotoe other osforere than S tabmr d net `only raiN the neee- I " llfi ife Jt home oenumption 0but ,4 Tr other people and receive hand oeomerevenues in return therefor, A- 1 ~silnºosr eetloa, the question ofavinll on what eatton you do pro duce forms an important feature, of the North and South railroad matter. A saving of $;00 on every o00 pound base of cotton is not a matter to bt n4tly treated, nor is the saviag or 2 perf cent On necesary suepplie. Compressesand cotton buyers, would t have demonstrated this long ago, had i we have ad more; railroad faclitite I and this is a matter that should not be neglectteby ompress men if theyg wish to ...

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 March 1886

h ni ,, T 'd .o fnn steaIt Sin Two wellorior n tot, ,Er 16.00 .P" tM.. RDIA . an - wO Ree Lear.inee n -how l .m atelon andeating buldinl l . to--m pIn fr i of bag.la Boyle, ger b .00 oPmutiengm will a fanor bmyleaving same l r and wblnA halpr te redence dl . the nte p rter n herr SUWeGt Mnoe, ra .ce APOY to IE. UDICKAR. b - - Nationsi:T, tl y will conferafar filg their plaints wth th- businle manatager. S.ments. LA th baOur peal and wood dealers are doing i' a got p .usiarl , nem. h aon upo. The in wave signal hamy prices againfor Hilton &-S-a-dley's stog k of GlaT? ware and rockuey, Tin and Chan mbern dy'. . John M. BAddreard F. VOL within. the Oak to0ea. West Monroe, Laat -- ------~--~ at NOTICE. On February let 1886., Dr G. A. Flournoy Us wasnext few days stpartner In my irm. The tyle naore of the buiinnrm will nw be Flour. 7 nos a Co.. . J. H. FLOURNOY. Wes0 t Monroe, , Fey tt., 1..in dept TO UIISCDJ3KRMI. Parti not . Millerving their paper regular ly will confera favor by ...

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 March 1886

t e eio, we wCtheat bMal$by ledg oj en r ol &di a wnit. " eusir, wb as . eablers thsig been to u if tbq ee a'ble tq o eoenmetanoel s aa todoaq we w*rY any '" eegal of y armbefore %q ito deside whether e begm .r! each ua ru on of the law in idr this view of the the soaliop .f.mmi4es, ae u ; A4· UA G. RAxua, Judge. vqmess Pinbal pardoning board was rebee ~thepuee ueperp I IbhIu ot hd el bt con.rred .~Wn timent i 4 Obt~atlS of the i . the S:a'e be, 'iaIt wasF not fair and r think that the was overawed by a mob the courthoeni during I d that thratened violence sead tb uminoed in ease of a A tell t a', the most Wpsl the State bnad Ikthe aggeaMty of the ver w tai *#lh scaspirator - as .eoapirtori, all ~ imldgeto iof the five asp , oe are slamply Sthe lAlve are ue u sthot theatene to hang. Ase eeldest atons of the a Ltw ecertaly ereated a lel, he iy peble sentiment in Ivor e a othesndemned. I am a epeuvaylcsd that the hlsn glig of ( bi teo condemned, in the oomm~eletdiLt atd would fa...

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 March 1886

4 t'a t Y d `P d I i`· VOL. 1. M!E, Lk, E.·."'-·i·· f l A ~ r V TV 1 ý ý A ý r .ýw "a+.r.... ' fair k . r: Y, #. * . ?lsousaihi~er ant Busiess Manager. BY TELEgR ýP The Chinese question. WAsrnoTON, +March 8.-The presal dept yesterday sent a mesage to the Senate oq the Chinese question. He y., ays the condition of the Chinese in ' 6 ar Stat# and, Territories is , tr - o-i belg slatisfactory. All the i P Wr of Ubl~. government should be *" er to maintain the amplest good .-atLa towards China in the treatment "" s+ - Den,, anuQ the inflexible stern. Y"': 4]t , li*wlot bringuing wrongl +" * t titse aboqid be insisated ".t : Everwy effort has been sIade by i goverament to prevent violent . , oatbek and the Presldentesays he is °,,, P to give earnest, consideration S: ;" flurther remedlal measures the treaty jkmits which the Slnm of Congress may desire, " Caucus Meeting. About forty Democratic membelo et the House met in caucus to-night to arrange for the selection of a Deio,. 0 ertle...

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 March 1886

mew meth. tadelea them :. 1 p5 eit lletters resigned S pr mouth, and In the oeose .W hkiiis fps letters ae sv al ere ina pastomoe hfe ol Monroe is unfortunate. It seems } " Rooeso oWWIo tte on aMML godendi ' hs g.. ported that bill for a government bull - r 1 We still have cop Qi0 Inl'. bilt4 iu ,u*bovilng" things, A. our . Mo i frmies nead not yet despair.-SrveQoport fmeet. We hope that the Timrin cos *+ and we do not despair of eventually gettitg-thetmtpue beltding, but It Will be years bence&-, Y 7 pt uo haow n what ground t Albi~mslite as. ported upfavorably the bill for a public building here, but we feel posithu that the cocmmlttee bhadone an injustice. -umm---- memm We regret that de *o' i Abe game laW as published  e btlaay l ake made it unlawful to kill any "ducks or does" after the lit of March. It should he s eend 'Jbueks or does." g, oeur nat entprprising grocery, ma otulyll threw awaym forty mal. laud tlks zon Monday mornolong in obdlene to the lw am prluated ...

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 March 1886

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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 March 1886

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