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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 4 March 1886

t R E LA T tf Y r s ý ý ` ý ++ 3 {ý M " tý} 1 }+tý; "'ýWk°. ', ý J , . ýý ý i. ""' ý ý ? r 'n"" .r·uýýLw w ýrr rav c ' "ý% l'ý l g t g agd Maite- b m sli Nee s, WA.tSHIGTON, .Mprch 3.-Th i .# e e omittee hon b.ning and ,1sctre~ey to-day agreed' to the Senate ath~tdmeut to th, bill authorizing .; tiorle banks to cbanre their location ·t1@i *ea.didnent limiltS the dlstance to *,Wih a bank mty removye to thirty S'.rei same committee has Invited the secretary of the treasury and United mtates treasurer to appear before it e: xUt Wednesday to express their view 9 0p the national currency. Se(forethe ways and means commit t . today George Hey, manager of the A laerlp4h Silk Label Manufaeturing siinpanbl, of New York, made a brief -rgument la-favor of claslfleation of sittk labels and an Increced duty of re ":`c"tion of duty on the 60 cotton from :'ibkkh the t*bel is made. Mr. Morrl son inguired If high duty on yarn, did .slot prevent him from' competing with •reign product. Mr. Hey ...

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 March 1886

tuu o StatIe to race, laustrat; .. n thees4t itth o o.d tIde, SFArk,,Te rYork to_ "We te t ao M os the Government reasrve. im q thant plseo which was reoferred theOomlmifttle on Public lands. e4 . sJU.I. S Smstor and comes a ounly "cloely adtjacent to Hot priq,; county. The oily -e f Hot Splupils built on what Is known as ~ tGovernorent Reservament reon." *b takrvtte parties and syndicates built the bath house, many of which are superbly magnifcent both in archi teetural delgn an appointments, though those parties who" constructed them took all risks when these bath hboustu were cwnstrueted. We cannot ge what benefit the United States Government would derive by their removal, unless the United States should purchase the property of the nladividuals affected and conduct the bath houses and appoint its agents to and to do this it would be more ex pensive to the government and, per. haps~, leas benelictf to vlistor than as foryl enedueted. The Supreme Court has affirmed the deAelede ...

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 March 1886

S'tad, only.. br ib Ladles and Gentlemen roon for children only. D. W. LACY. a ranflgder. , L QaLUMN --PAY LOCALS -'. p s5,R.la ndodrhbs eight shbave for  lllTa st e +a'mmt ga n dat eor rysab ruebns , dray Co blindcoveniene, and Sr s to ll re given him. i h tothh b elluesr ofnagger ahd to railroad de}ot anda steamboat * ALU " i'o dn i elling together ithr So g n un1 d flacing the river Abv .y the Monroe Ice Ali on randover National R tb.v ohatfE . Boyle. for $e.i ) Ptt heonfer a vor by leaving same .hi Ire.small cot tage residence woao+c. Aplly at this oneloe. .ratern aoh kles on them. .i8ia r owil pteas return sami to - r JU.- )Q T. RAY. t . :."a --One young cow and oalf. Apply to . FUrDICKAR. So. Ii NOrn IT, ItPleniter and Builder, '"' 'IONBOE, LA. tle d a ore r ntc plriong bupiiding -'+ me .Wil my prices for T anl and lhiols chlatper than any ' ,!Adres" a p. VOLt, AN. raMi r, .oo r -0as Monroe, L.r ": lualrnly ISa 18Bt Dr .. A. Fournoy "s- r e oPartner in my firm. The ,helaa...

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 March 1886

sro preII Diwt dt nr at nodels -let." MIN~ b4w the iit1 in any State yowls the District of Coy ;.N ipimtaq Slmiu, an am eadmieni ý e41 4e saen rapproprlatlon 'U1t l afteat x181w to pay the which have ·c ~ ~ISý esi. under the ac-t of March 8, 1888. f taedtv ofhe"DphariDog 7' I MO;~ ~ t9Ox an spat of the a' ·:ryin inpmi. oWIw l visit hp'i ~ g)Sg gtind only to *W r P herder dead ". . ' ; quietly feeding in a 1" -bisi~qpanJy, .Jeeously .1per'" 4y 0d 4he veer of the * i tant whicLO the sheep Were = drives Wery night, lay the bhIecblhl *0*A -oee*or more sheep. qCi eT~i~p~ Me· trooping ID, v~t rthe 1. ther krea. They crow-· 7t"i ~ 4 r'd~U~~l itORP $ ~ ri kr;~ 41U~eP feir E.~b Pm~Igg tbe ~a -'#c~bb~ Aswhaage sas look possessiaoa S"wiHe fo the Amer 4e'mgld,. visited the at , laesor castle. awg , the Irish poor , piable. aud has at the attenitle of the En ;A oj(ZIras the axua PacBltc road it I0Pl - whol inasgurated yes ' Port Wrtbh. Three hundred :~'agspe loegktbg to the expul. H . quess fro...

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 March 1886

r ý ý s W ý.. f' ý ý ý } rrl P· LY TELE G'PH. w11 fZqC t Edi tor. ,. .; TELLES; Pablshber and eBusiness Manager. 'Y TELBESEAPl Chinese Troubles. Er. PAso, Tex., March 5.--In the last few days large nuMobers of Chinese from California have passed through El Paso on their way to New Orleans and Texas cities. Many of them are .also locating in the tertitorial towns of New Mexico and Arizona. San Franaesco is represented as swarming with Mongolians who have been driven out of Oregon and Washington' territory and the preaure, it is claimed is being relieved by the "Six Companies ablpping them East where the antag onism against the Chinese is not so strong as on the Pacific slope. This influx, however, into the Territories of Arizona and New Mexico has aroused the amtevgnism there and anti-Chinese leagues have already been organized at Sloerro and other towns in New Mexico and at Tucson and Tombstone, Ariall of which places are suffering from a heavy increase In thee eChinese population, ...

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 March 1886

tmugh to kaot tr coll we S b ttleiat oI tlb , th ags .gam mani S-_ " fughtsler and ap lamedis the after .t, 4 "~h they were run. , sadlown on the ar portnon of Mc. k:o was not with It t Li t 4.-McDowell was not .-p& aka take e a piece A %M- way to reaseh die was. [Laughter.] Slr. epau rase. Mr. 'ait*. Is my hour out ? The LIlixn. 'Nb;. Mr.'aAGB . ",eOW much time have I left? The BISraxK . Six minutes. Mr. Bragg. I have tormented my friends enough on the other side, and " I;oy say in aonelmsioo that I cannot leave this debate without congratula. Strg the Country there are men who, adiiowledging themselves to be Re. pebliease in good standing, yet do not feel they are politically disgraced if they have the honesty to declare their emtiments by their votes. Woold to God there was more freedom of con science allowed in that party-we should have vastlly more votes. [Applause.] As that party is to run on the Fitz-John Porter bill, it will not do for too many of you too come over,...

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 March 1886

sZ s eight shaves for gIabwryan runs a dray + .too M.le eonveniene, aind tT6h to tni delkrverv ohfýba tnetd depo and steamboat ALE-Two dwelling together with M.teiota of ground, tacing the river and attested just above the Monroe Ice SPaotory. Apply to M. L. MEREDITH. p lQa t=ith thed Rooms with Board _r Information apply at this ofce. por Rent-A cottage in Loek's Addition Fr Fo her rt rtlena applv to ' CHAS.-OHULTZ. r rent- smael cottage residence Sias.hallway. Apply at this office. LOST_-A pair of &petaoles, branded with LI the name olf . K. Hawket on them. The finder will please return ame to JUDGE ROBT. RAY. F°OR. AI E---One young cow and calf, £ Apply to E. FUDIOCKAR. 'hoe perso contemplasting building S -anp partic tlarly, rotah cains, ufon, consultingt e will fin my prices for m1rumuir and shingles cheaper than any. W"d '". Address r . Vot arrra.N Feb. 10 86. West Monroe, La. NOTICE. On February let 1886., Dr O. A. Flournoy T atYlntm of eth firm ill now be Flonr J. H....

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 5 March 1886

;i ab ietB ., uI-,et th S111 t rlee A.. ' l, e we shota ,,, this e., eand mt e' m a ts which ,like on the other rrwat here will a tno a º, or in i e o to be real ' l e repiral to eteep k, Insolven ao1 eser disorganl. . u emiberlosel. as to be WiLainevery. But ulSalg pe most be ble, like the change o t.g mJemaber with the full re ist ow life - 'g- h ' RoICITIne WNE kson THE , ast1't MrkOUS1al NFRE . LoUZav.lM, Ky., March 4.-There Wsg another exoiteing scene in the leatnky House of Representatives at J'tnkfort yesterday morning. Gl* . Thomas, member from iigurrg teuaty, in argulng on a olt i tto hold evening sessions pit tgiate the newspapers and the Loetevibe members of the Legisla ltli to the way In which a bill reparaentative William Jackson of t i , hid' ltiodsed had been to s l Mr it'epas rand askedp whilsiblb seet by the insinuation - ,i. t efntm e he ouse o l retratlog, It Ie uid, wNil* hrIpt, told Jackson he aGrpt ezoltemeut . The two had * aapoe ps e of Mhe gie . -  p, t ...

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 March 1886

. . n ý ý A0` 1, f Y r `y°' q }'" i 'a `''t I r ý t, r aa, t ___________ I 3 r ý *;. E. , iiUgaesi anid Y '*kefe.s Mqasaer. - , tle aig.su. of Labor of the " . SOed System. h Po,ý, Lt., March G.-. r..';- , Tex.,,speetll to the Times :Tue traW of ttteient ofer. to the strikers by Governor Brown, , w-s rve ere not accepted by the t Sor. So.tQe stu4ton re Sti4 tsame,, with no sigts at o1heir coming to an immes i atiafacetory settlement of the 4iet. at, lane. It is rumored that .he wIl extend throughout the , l'K'ights of Larbor employed Is the ; ori . fle 1rallway yards at that ' 1t e adnthy trpght de ' :it4 polate on the Texas : Pa. R r 'rd. They llq to have receive ,1-miilom. of 'the receivers of the ` L x and ' PaoJ c Railway company, ;ftroo received a dispatch from oernor Brown, the other reeiver, SDallas, Texas, notifying him ' Thuraday eight about one lion 4s d mapked lmen again raided the round hou.e at Bit Springs and di- 83 bhed severaa englns by secreting Y ,pi theM of 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. — 6 March 1886

rt ! a b , l n k t Sthe floor an t1th Krs oe r i heir .reip"t r be .eeidored upon ' ' 0there. That Iwet. 4·o be. Tbhe Sthese bUe involvieg .. 4oisa. of appropriation 4* ~jaW th-e Senate, be 6gwd leeo a third S ietSeeap([p aaed. . I 4 A tpsiialtted to the A seqhesiysI, da there referred S'tO, (alttee on Public Building.. M. erabe ° report be q dited, S ,ii' feele very sanguine of tintae ,: r of 1t qbill. TheCouomtll met pursuant to adjourn meant, Prlesto:-Lewle D. Allen Jr., Mayor. l.UIL BgIl H. T. Benoit, E. Johns, SJ."h $ . Absent:--8. W.W &a.- j Glms, M. L. Dednman, C. A. Downey. The ainutesof the meeting held Feb. 4thb, 1886, were reed and approved. The Committee appointed to invoeti gate the allegeti cloelog of 18th street by T. N. Conner asked for fnttber time II to report which was granted. The same committee was also ietructed to 1taveetigate the slegsd closing of cer tain streets in the north-eastern part of' the city, and to report at the next regular meeting. The fol...

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. — 6 March 1886

ii ~E·Bab~y.runs a dray onvenlepe, and I ~*~buXu~essgiven him. t1 i1iue depot an steamboit 1ti wdwelling together with .tst of runld, cing 'the river J0 .bhove t.e 'onrpe Ice E -i: - - M. L.' MElREDJTrH. t-Furnashed Rooms with Board rirtation apply at this ofce. i A uLdoott.ag In Look's Addition "i rpaftilaRrss l applv to P CH As. OBULZE. WW-A small cottage residence 0 ar of Spectaclesbranded with a of A. L. Mawkes on them. t ill pleas return same to N JUGUE ROBT. BAY. contemplating building a at, rough cabins, upon ome will And my prices for aid thgleheaper than y Addres F. VOLLWIAN t" Si$ West Monroe, NOTICE. 1 t)a.Wlrugry 1st 1865., Dr G. A. Flournoy i iwldJtp1ted a partner in my firm. The ie of the firm will now be Flour- ri J. H. FLOURNOY, % West Monroe, La., Feb'y Ist., 1880. A. ,fBENOIT, b Senter and Builder, ' MONROE, LA. . Pr tts ptd eeseling their paper regular ly wilt eonlbr a avorby filing their com ptllnl with the basinenm manager. I (tpt. Fred A. Planks died at h...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 6 March 1886

r Mm 4ý roit LIONrrra TO THI ·Yligcr 6.-Tbs :.~~to tiib fb tit ts: 1'wt ints I ME ~aj. -TOW #A rrdoe for parfabi eikh through GI A14ýM. Orapao to d1R3 " SUN Ii~ Ju aboat s .lqp- · da~ or put. e3~" rr Wr enrrclr nWpp from e, oa *star street ra iro aehas. Da101 StbC < º meakiud Was mTe ~tmbe emt A POZJO ,oiu 6.-The iI59~UgeCor bfbg em ph R ~9oIp 4-Sir Pacf l4 RP-~to the #biqr~ # th3P taxu: - tnhe ICthe return Iof the i opened to - Wi1WO)P .pietures Sreallsd being to be regamed on ,boaad from New hep, with an a N~ o teked on Feb. 4 Se.t iwves were $8i000 lvs we0Wiop Was held lest fe.Qoera Hoouse, at e.er by Gov. Hill, 4 arhiamentary fund wras thronged: fW a , MONROE, La. ` swrll hin many sfrlencl  wsu Vltgswrir A.L R.A.1 BRA RESTAURANT, D 0. o DetStrseet, Monroe, La hell Oysers, Fiheb, Orabs, Shrimp, Game eleiy, and the best of Everything the Market Affords. Furnished Booms for Gentlemen. G GEO. C, BNSSMINGER, rietor. N. J. BADU, Manager. ' B R. JACOB'S Steward. Ti ".W. w.1ll, th...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 8 March 1886

ýý r r;:~P * : . ' L A ' ': " * "S" t •. q YOL1M:.XONROE, LA., . SUNDAY, M[ARU: :A - TELEGRAPH. S-:-. iIRAi . Reditor. . Y 'ELLES, Publisher and asinaess-Mapager SPOMitNaTION OF ASINDICATE O CONx TROL THE PRICE OF C0''O). NEED OIL. A special from St. Louis, March 6, say: Some two or more years ago J V. LeWlsi an extenasive manufacturer of cotton seed oil, of Cincinnati, con calved the idea offorming a pool In tended to control the price of the com modity, and has since that time been qtietly but z alously at work, with Several other large manufactures, to pAt Into execution his plan. It is now stated that his efforts have succeeded and that there has been formed a cor poration known as the Cotton Oil Trust COmpany, which controls every desirable mill west of the Mississippi River and 60 per cent. of the utlle of the entire country. The capital stock of the company is placed at $20,000,000 of which about $17,000,000 has been Is. sued to the mills bought by the pools. The plan 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. — 8 March 1886

IVn , Whit. Nwbreska .*r Gea. J. i. S skMisr, *d4411, wifth a drive . Rey, sad have t M lithCourthou., delivjll.Yi by Gea. allgsIoenr s to his a ear e6uotry, and ad(Ool. Harris'ex. bilo aL d plans, and 'ladr es wiN follow that our vi-a - WA, bs fthe acts 40, that their ob my direet.d to bust piedyr deqelopment of natural resources. tehinl that they can. sad ask for nothing i -wat is aecoemplished. hefatire than this nothing eid be bquired. 4rey represent-and t ase1i as a representa- 4 ' PUesildemt t-has a capl. 0. e000, $1,000,000 paid J ij Or are men of great JIg. rallroad experience. C PS himself, represents i whl ibhetsM yet are posressed o far, are most grati 'a Word, more encouragilg.  alnsneguine friend of the sado. South road could possibly Mai +' t Mmbe s rousing meeting to- ao a ohe a e I d t MNIFICANI FAYI. Ordi r" ' ! iqrean bills before the U. r lb ~mlIttee on railroads ask- dull f r authority to construct railroads, 4 me it and soth most of them, throu the Indlan...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 8 March 1886

'ph'elbghtshaves for l an runs a dray onves, and - ALE--yTwo dwelling together with }? X " i_ f g ta irng the river Jnr above thq M0ooe Toe ,, *[. L..MEREDITH. :~ ptl' .Frn' j~ IDoma with Board M" ' oitr.IA .ottage in Loek's addition S '"ri.ltaber partioulars apply to CRIAB. -OHULZE. :ý`ý;.' Irsnt.t...A satan oafttage residence L et,.sh. he bApply st this onoe. 01TA pair of 'pcdaoles. btraded with Oft tlkA. i, ~oawkes on them. -J tSia Vic t.plater building . S'r toi~n ad ' i ,n cabins, uPon nd s es "ai eRy prices for C S a, d o e r thanr . any _rem" VoLLM., . " " " Wet Monroe, La ._ ItawRi s noth reelivng their paper regular- at "., . ioarerda ~~rl by filing their oem t with the busines manaer. L 'The fstoa left Saturday night with cc S .... ' Dr.. - , ea . .. .. S."D rr. D. oeatfty, Dentist, will remain . r. ti :oeroee until Marsh, 20th, 1880. " ·,:'. i'!. lj leLim.wIl occur on The ' Theoher ie V,: Trot out your ho *eadigaht for mayor and Iunoci mcn. to Mies,` Vic Tmple sisterof ...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 8 March 1886

-fr was ia ematory rheu k with weilA .e had btee a Wt several years.. About ten ;4. wast tlke with an anea *kattack of She disease, and iut grqw worse daily, and on ,~' UiIF i dt iOdtho. unt ti ba .rit took sight to the shore be a. B ks was born le wnda- ta Salai la, ., la 1883, and at the ofe rl !.i` gsg'a- i ts ttM esit with hisb ",titer ad brethers. After ro f .i m ite a obl etiur the Abily , %l0s41la, lOdwellpariah, 1 _ . ..er settlement, and laliJ pla0ed t a private , a l *t village to prepare hims elf - This school h' atttndedi untill'i was about sixteen, when he . Wa sent to the Centenary College at l i*0o, L,, Where he remained for iiElPeg. Leaving college, he "l 'to ~dble , and Wmt' into t , I.athatelI btless writh his father 4 ".4ii.A Blanks, In which he con :YIu~.i1t ldI4. breaking eat of the •um ah_4_ lited In the Twelfth .ki~ .b ,;ktnd was appoin%, ted ' Plid' hllAittetldt of the Caldwell XbtiybeIr e. Je served as a soldier with credit to hlmatelf and his company f...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 9 March 1886

I~rpi~, ''I /I ý f' . . a'bE, ý»LA., TUEDAY adh · Lw ýv .+ ,:.ý ra ýý+ýý"yr: .ý. ý O1 ULD nYi TEM GROWI FIE- RE. i ob Acceut of the Strikers. 1t6 IQ0,i8, March 9.-Theo strik df, part of the Katghts of Lbor on the I Gould systeim o roads Saturday was followed Sunday at various points along the line by a general suspension atail Knlghts employed in any pe.l t, by the railways until the number retlp~tbteween 8,000 and 10,000 and Ege hoshopmaen, switchmen, train -"me, brakesmen and fireman. The efainttera, none of whom have oin thed the strike fuormafy, are prevented fanosl liae, by the lack of strikers' ta pon t he ir engines and are sunlled in among themselves by the Knights so far as their value to the road bis coere. and fireman T. V. thowdery of the general executie corn motee of the Knights of Labor, is ex peeted to arrive here at any hour and the Knights feel confident that his fbfrts to adjust grievances will result favorably in a settlement of the dift. cultiem. Ad near as co...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 9 March 1886

sahood. Y ' r. eaied I- m(u, be w adliet psdtedo por Jat$ yndi l-od qoes here, a ftopt dtade by Ge. o - sto the details. If I itpg " a not ana hd *1 etteen mart of a a., about complete, g S'are am turniag N d' FWet ato that wa now orty one aorthwest with thew l dleostry sa o, . d he Was ti entbus i T r i. d t thought he t ' - t .e lit"`" ' talklog about. h Wlg f be Union ' ni Sny Ib6, .d qpae o.d.ere, ":6e mt umt you buy, and we ia e ,ila, d, lke thby e. w to dthe taet lst u 4 o thr peopleople, he bonildu the .--,ie Wad theis eoed, and, with your by -Mi.tage, rest 8m0red it will be built. L. Swe bd i, absolutely nothing w Pan Seaired O thi the road completed pal agarde to the understanding had * with your people." No aman l the Im sadienc, he declared, had any idea s Of the maglficene of the ented.rprise, 2 WiiOh w foAt wasith the greatbest er, good to thilsebple of any enterprise et .uagurated since the war. terl There had been, of course, great and xiety in the audience, mean...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 9 March 1886

& ~- ... .. 1 ' 2 , 1 3 h TSjrdRITE lActrei and aom ileae ' edoe xIdI ? +> yon comedian J.aes aDevlin hI d -h t eelai Comedy Company. IDAY EV3NING, 4;"j ', , v ýh titalg Flive Aet 'PatorI Drama : r '4i wj :BBABI7FOO© Sitt diiti d spe ial request) L; 21t Mad Cap. , uanal ; Bser I sneats on .b's;t"s' Dreg Soare. .ýca0io00 Ball. ". e-Ltgid by the Committee, to I t h ` ý tdeto have a Grand ii Ma; h>h, 19th. S"t: , O' t'* s'w oaused, in order to ex eal+ ; '.,j ir ed ogiven here; no trouble t bd alturd. 3 flSe hai been ehgaged t) e aIs prmidalea to dance until ii l.e ,' d y a ressde in calico. This r . ' ' i.t . Er tED.o ' It ".2 rt 4itnr to partlcipate, fi no oe can obtaln a ,;, @wsýt" t having signed the 0 S" - t-- sthetb . iit will be closed, h e Jamjtances can a ticket a[ter thah date. All ladies are S7 aily invited to attend. S-OOLUMN PAY LOCALS. ,- wlldo ph's eight shaves for IL 9s6' -n 'rohd h aberyan runs a dray ;, ear fr public convenience, and [ P  i 8.td to s 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. — 9 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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