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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 10 March 1886

DAILYr TEEGAP I. - iI ~P~ "j"ig VOL 1 LA., WEDNESDAY M V DAeILY TELE GRAePry. Sheays MIICrII. I DAILY TELEGRAPH. *-'W% oRAN IE, Editor. V. M. T r bliShr and el Business lanager. al Lalest NBes. BY TEIRB RAPHCi Mount Lebanon College Buarned. SHREVEPORT, March 10.-A special to the Times says : The Mount Lebanon college burned Sunday night eol about 10 o'clock. The fire making fol such headway before being discovered all it was impossible to check it. MI - ue-- - ....qua Shares Voted. to ST. Lours, March 10.-The stock- no holders of the Wabash, St. Louis & Ish Patcife railway company bad their rest annual meeting yesterday for the elec. the tion o1 five directors, at which 151,010 stoi shares were voted. I A Protest. WASHINGTON, March 10.-.Before and the House committee on ways and the means yesterday Mr. F. A. Hitcheock, ele of St. Louls, on behalf of the Crystal A Plate Glass company, submitted an deli argument in opposition to that por tion of Morrison bill which proposes a Mil...

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. — 10 March 1886

- cot N 03 Flo steamers; D. t to poll' Ba te[en party a ry M., FieLd, t' i religion and politics, b Yý t Orlaap last w.ek. Os t a was, Br g  Irae p o se and see -,b S . ai out it ' 1 ""u e the neoerity of protection ý , pof. ai E i U'ohton coo- Ext reourcesof our country dull -anA ' hjeb at Was prix "des 4 apital would seek investment Ms~Oen us. We maintain also, that, es OW Orleans Exposition 0 h , r in Wb e' eb. teh i that it --h bi ttrleing Chthe me ttohe poselbiitte f • lopeent being all that Is WAgarwy. yel Y to Hills, li r" dLeri ThDul*as. then thought to me e worlth just theu Peh as the Ws saw ced. took the offer, has already been offered 5"5 $2000 for her stock, is holding pn for 2m ge money, and the shares are still mi Co Frederick Douglass, colored Recorder * ) Wop aedst Washington, D. .., sent his as 4sgnasllono to the Pesident on the 8,1 6th, of January last. It is said that cle President Cleveland will appoint In his stead a colored mao 7fom Albpsiy, W N. Y. The o...

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. — 10 March 1886

,. Wi!iSI of the Cit of Maroe fort this C. ,p. .M , Associate Editor. Our MONRoz, LA. MAROH, 10 1886. Mt reps AIUSEMENTS. stom. flowl men OPERA HOUSE. A 'Wro ritgh2t Only. haul FRIDAY AND' SATURDAY, 12th, 13th. re ( EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE of a The Charming Little Actress and Com medienne Ci 81 ie Pu Btpm, iee i Supported by the young comedian littl James Devlin l And her Excellent Comedy Company. FRIDAY EVENING, Ct The beautiful Five Act Pastoral Drama: of "'LIT LI BARHFOOTrF 0 MISS PUTNAM AS AMRY. nec Saturday Evening, (By special request) mac Lena The Mad Cap. Admission as usual; Reserved seats on las sale at Sholars' Drug Store. __ ~ ten Grand Fancy Calico Ball, ard wa1 We are authorized by the Committee, to B6t say that it was decided to have a Grand City Fancy Calleo Ball, March, 19th. Every effort Is now used, in order to ex cell any ball ever given here; no trouble the or expense being spared. The Vlgpe urg 'IBnd has been engaged the for the o66ieon. p No one will be permitted ...

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. — 10 March 1886

IOAINGTON, March .lO..Mr. Blan. of IKimstaa, at Monday's lee as, lin to .9.lejIob 4) lraanal Ptiq5 sent to the olerk's desk and -ut4 as article from ty i fidioAn. pei tira I w ith reference , to the W.iVbE4 by the president. Tbe " "il  r 1 that Mr. Blanchard wnas " ul Srhe esibane ltb,order id rushed to the serer. the wbd sti f br it e iie l'd 8bnan0oal c ,Bapehard said that tht artiu was a beautifully construe ted and earefully arranudii.ft ad:lb. . y .rIvq· l bl~ody-ahlrt and I - kin. O--utrage setry, but the iner I sold fets Impelled him - al lotet* ] raie nalde hrd to do with the witt- " 9q(j, revw's fomdiation. He o n aver at any, tlme aip roaschd tlfe 41mSry of wa. or the president on '.4\ had not even knou n i"i.ttI a bad beo sent o i" had seen in the psa the news of its withdrawal. He e t th* :preesdent hd iat 'r asnid for the be{Rf . Blapahardl) hSdi"ai, tj io with it. While he 0mI .. ( the t thae eo"duct of Mor OrrlM 1 IIda .inas In 1874 was J to. nsit~ be (Mr. Blanch)...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 11 March 1886

S->ý " , - -- M M m-.-_ - ".n..."7-_ VOL. 1. .YONQE, LA., THURSDAY,, '' DAJLY TELEGRAPH. E tW ", ORM A . Editor.1 V. M. TELL~$,-PL..ablisbor and a Basiness Manager. Latest Neis. BY TELEGIAPH Decision afirmed. ATLrANTA, GA., March 11.-The su. preme court Tuesday affirmed the de- I cision of the court below, in convict, ing Geltrg T. Jackson, of Augusta, on the charge of embezzling $11,700 of the Enterprise cotton factory, of Which he I was president. Jackson will go to the penitentiary for six years. ... . 4 mP q--- -- .- A Garrotter Killed. VICKeBUGo, March 11.-About 11 Tuesday night J. F. Aden, from 8medes station, was knocked down and robbed on Levee street, this city. A short whill after Aden had recover ed from the attack toade upon him he started up the street and had not gone far before three shots were fired in rapid succession and upon arrival of the police the same negro who had robbed Alen was found on the side walk shot through the heart, but no clue was obtained as...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 11 March 1886

P. * *e : b, e Preoen .et, gad tf the North and staign of our tale weg. These ..ddt eeit e ore Mea sre e Xeer.. S, id by -i he  peCo ~h U and Ia tir '. - i . ºI" a dair power and a szpreeed " MO(ftlk i by .Mr. B eOlV ed : 1st. That it is the pl8 pagefr that the cosairae ,,no railway In oontem 001,S badicate repterented ~, M 'I... Bush of Laneester, ,i$·V g tiwgp!aML which will traverse t ilaa eto. Mawlaouse, Oascbita, j. n(-tatb ula and Rapidse is of '; , ae/I le vital .4upoatance to the hlshm esarmed. $td; That as eiieu and taxpayers we . pi Te t In the  ' 5 grqpntefprise t -exl.nt, of our ability, and to * ea a ý*l. essuumlle and proper aid daoýlse wthlh the Iers of s 5tate will permit. 8 a- :711[ we hereby extend to Col. Bush and h bltie tWe hospitall ties of our dF , with the hope th4t their aby among us may prove plea. umat and agreeable and its results beneficial and profitable. thereupon adjourned. L. 3, ALLEN, Jr., Chairman. TALarT STrLLMAN, Secretary. ; i he Cl...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 11 March 1886

". qg LA. MARO. iteAtNr. OPERA ROUSE. FPRDAY AND SATURDAY, 12th, 13th. EVERyBpOD'S FAVORITE, The Charming otle Actress and Coim medienne Miss Katie Putnam, Supp~orted , e young comedian James Devlin And her Excellent Cdnedy Company. FRIDAY EVENING, The beantiful Five Act Pastoral Drama: LITTLE BABIFOOT MI18 PUTNAM AS AMRY. 'Saturday Evening, (By special request) Lena The Mad Cap. Admialion as usual; Reserved seats on sale at Sholars' Drug Store. Petbormance commence at 8;y o'clock. Graad Fancy Oalico Ball. We are authorised by the Committee, to say that it was decided to have a Grand Fancy Calico Ball, March, 19th. Every efforlt I now used, in orderto ex cell any ball ever given here; no trouble or expense being spared. The Vlcksburg Band has been engaged fgr the occaslon. N one Woll ne permitted to dance until 11 o'clook, unless dreaded in calico. This rule will not be deviated from. Any gentlemen wishing to participate, can call on Messrs. Landauer or Sommners, and sign tf, list, ...

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. — 11 March 1886

R"-. I I " .= - _ i- - " _ I 1 S YsKt, March 11.-The San's I Waihlngtoo Iauij pom. U, .E4., muswea openalng speeh Tuesday Into the aontroversy between it 44 8hate q and exeeotive was one of his greatest t * 111 64dt o r' three w rtbt pkrslt, and It Was a most complete reprsentatici of his side of the ease., He piled prece enm~t psaaeS foib the Democrats to , ldd ' 6k get over-one very oM i M S1saRIt oM lin Which his ttlldi4tlfe Awhn G. Thurman flgured1 as making 4 9la tlM teilel attor. y-gpdslear tliely like has own. The round ofi pplatue with whiob the erowded galleries greeted Mr. Ed meuds eompllmentary allusions to Mr. . Thsgoa as the nobql DUmnoentt be had ever known, was a remarkable . i t otrSOu tlon. Mr. r  a Iha g taPdlence, but in :Mi i'ehli d `on the floor there S omlt oena the- felt that "* l trocratio senators' with a iell domn exceptlons were attentive l* llper,.mthe Republieane showed less Interest In hbl. speeeb. Gen. Logan, whosat at the desk on Mr. Edmunds l g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 12 March 1886

* - 1" "r _ '', - _OL 1 - -_ - _ - _ --_ ---- ý -2ý.-.--._ a L.4. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, MARCH IZ' I N l Il Dina H·  . DAILY TELEGRAPH. G.W. 110t1pA lE, Editor. V. N. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. LleslI News. BY TEL!EDAPII FORD AND MURPHY HUNG. THIEY iliTH DIE UNCONSCIOUS. NEW ORLEANS, La., March 12, 1886. -Pat Ford and John Murphy who were to be hanged to-day for the mur der of Andrew H. Murphy are both in a critical condition-they having taken poison last night, and are now in eon finerment under mbdleal treatment. 2 p.m. LATER-Ford and Murphy were hung at 12:50 p. min. Both were in an unconscious condition at the time of execution. Jay Gould in Florida. KEY WE'ST, Fla., March 12.-Jay Gould and family were on board the yacht Atalanta which arreved here Thursday. A Cold Wave. WASHI[NGTON, D. C., March 12. Another cold wave is coming south ward. The temperature will fail 15 to 20 degrees in the next 15 to 24 hours. A Good Constitution. ATLANTA, Ga., March 12.-The dis tr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 12 March 1886

r *ltit presribes emn of the Sthat I4. had a selebratlon O Kiag cotton a., -to the Cathelic an assese that t *. Alzaltade and Ar Sof Baltimore for eleva am aO, wealthy e uend of CamdeA, Ark. o leg bie W 8Dit inth i AlhW. Flaol.l. O3cllt1s sie qu.iht to bo the esae. x. Horatno , feluet dr the + liq Oovr, died at her + ' !ues l .ik Tes eday. Her e, r diutl 'husband preceded bet to the grave;oloy afew weeks, and It 8t probable that grief at this demise S,- wasO . Two faremrs In Kasns disputed re en' : about a hog valued at $12 and S eat to Jaw about It. Up to date they ,r' aiS l exr 12,00o0 in an attempt Io Y the linem apd the court has • i 1pCC.upled about one week a ietable mase of a fool and his money T, k :iJohs H. Hanna with 1120 ales; 0 sacks cotton seed and 14.125 plesn stave, B tbe John Howard with 816 ttn, 40 sacks cotton sad am ifltass staves arrived at New Orleas Tuesday In time to allow tIhoirp sengers to witnaes Mardi Grm. The Vicksburg Herald says that 6e people of Wes...

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. — 12 March 1886

e'y City of Nearr. ". '. iJXL3R Assoeate Editor. MONROU, LA. MARCO, 12 1886. AIIUSEENTS. OPERA HOUSE, Two 2NWim ae Oaaly. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, lth, 13th. EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE The Charming Little Astresa and Com medienne Miss Katie Putnam, Supperted by the young comedian James. Devlin And her Excellent Comedy Company. FRIDAY EVENING, The beautiful Five Act Pastoral Drama: LITTLE BAFOO'00T MISS PUTNAM AS AMRY. Saturday Evening, (By special request) Lena The Mad cap. Admiassion as usual; Reserved seats on sale at Sholars' Drug Store. Performance commence at 8' o'clock. Grand Fancy Calico Ball. We are authorized by the Committee, to say that It was decided to have a Grand Fancy Calico Ball, March, 19th. Every effort is now used, in order to ex cell any bell ever given here; no trouble or expense beingalpared. The Vicksburg Band has been engaged for the occasion. No one will no permitted to dance until 11 o'clock, unless dressed in calico. This rule will not be deviated from. Any gentle...

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. — 12 March 1886

Te be WdSte an Pebllebel o* the , eled4as a eein.eidal Rater. pfiH. StSw Yoat, Marsh 11.-The Trib ae yeterday sayst The enonemoes sale of the 'peonal .meioire of General rlast - temv att racted peat t ' 9 t.ýaint, ~oelal, tterary ame alltary heroes all over the world iey be ekpected to blossom out into Igtggrgphy on, the dligbtest encour SiA t4lit~ient walk in life S" - '- .Ated is to be present ai te' 'het : great autobiography, Sthe n met00 ltd cpseton. of their pristheo, tile' mas Whom a large part of the world's pplation regards as Christ's icar on earth? the succesesor of St. PeteW, the Infallible. The pope #III Wf&e the, atorly of his life and sbit U ai a commercial enterprise to the business maagement of OChs. 4 o., the same firm that St .O vG'a Oat'.s book. For e geanpmdeslee as been in twaign the firm and the pa palbbidtf 'at Rome, and the negotia tios bhave,pw reached an advanced stage. Mr. Webster yesterday stated that be was going. to publish the book ibl W epai...

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. — 13 March 1886

t! ....1 i1.. ..p " "' .. . . ' J ý ý. . a-. ,fi ý ,, "t' ' " s ý. C 9, :k-Up'" :a ,·, ··.i~ Y " ~ I CI'-~a6`CISi 1 Lie) I· VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, ,ARS, ,1 · '!l , i . .. IL '.£. ..n __ ,'J ,. i _ u .. . i/ i . .. . i i I 1[ _li { i :l im li ll il ll i l DAILY TELEGRAPH. G.W. EeaCRLtjAE, Editor. ti V. M. TELLER, Publisher and - d Business Manager. I--------- II --.. - _I ,__- Ji b Laieat wNerws. BY TELEBEBRAPl? No Music Now. t CrIcACo, March 13.--'he Chicago Y Cittage Organ factory, was completely , destroy by fire at 6 o'clock yesterday morning. Two hundred men are thrown out of employment. Loss es- r timated at $50,000. Cotton Burned. LONDON, March 13.-A fire broke out yesterday-mornooing among a large U quantity of cotton in the railway ata. tion at Oldham and destroyed $350,000 worth before the flames were extin. a guished. a - .. -- a KILLED. i NEW YORK, March 13.-Fire Chief t Francis Mahady was killed yesterday I while on his way to a fire. An engine ran into his...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 13 March 1886

tia 1886» go Adi.int hem C lei. t.?. altbey. 1 the hi 00800of s aaOUl* yelLh. W1 t i.ter hip ave to address to al t folowiug remarks on the in ta'ha belief that every- in S to throw light upon a re of ch vital Imporance to Y of your section, will prove al at bhis Juncture. w sve of a corporation or to t' proaident eontractors, p to build a line of railway t it froe Alexadria, up the t -y a te Ouaebhita, via ]Moroe, f an th the State of Arkandae to ;-. i tbhe State of Kanms; this tr th propose to do on condition that it you will assist In the eieriprise to a y agenln specified extent. The lmpe r psaueed by these P aitlemes q : these who met them t inesoa""" P ,,w3K' s5 &gvorable as I o05614pebyhv  ired. That they - an In eamesta is evidenced by the fact a that this is the seond visit made in Y this behalf within a month, and by fi Sihaest lime is too precious to be C (ISt away in unsubstantial schemes, d That thby are acting Into good faith is l assured by their demanding not...

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. — 13 March 1886

AI[USEMENTS. S. OPERA HOUSE. *Me'Ro riti-as- on-p. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 12th, 13th. EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE tb The Charming Little Actress and C'om- n ) mnedienne Pi Miss Katie Putnam, b Fk1pported by the young comedian James Devlin W And her Excellent Comedy Company. as 'FRIDLAY EVENING, M The beautiful Five Act Pastoral Drama a C LITTLE BAREPOO'r MISS PUTNAM,AS AMRY. . r Saturday Evening, (By special request) b Lena The Mad Cap. Admission as usual; Reserved seats on T sale at Sholars' Drug Store. b Performance commence at 7J o'clock. h SGrand Fancy Calico Ball. .We are authorized by the Committee, to o say that it was decided to have a Grand " Fancy Calico Ball,. March, 19th. o Every effort is now used, in order to ex- ti cell any ball ever given here; no troubla p or expense being spared. n The Vicksburg Band has been engaged for the ocoasion. No one will De permitted to danan until f 11 o'clock, unless dressed in calico. This t rule will not be deviated from. F Any gentlemen wishin...

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. — 13 March 1886

L111, La Z 1816e5. a : , N NUIP Y PIATEE ' .GALLWSL8. Naw O~LjA , Mvch 18.--Ti'r city tfr the peat week the sene of ' pageantry, of dliplay, f j~y, of pe.p 3I and of ceremony, was yesterday sad-. 4, thie ea e.tIie of Pattlok rIbd M uto pby, convicted of the murder of A. H. ("CaOp") Marphy. s The fremen's procession, Mardi Oras, ( AM My ttlo pewo--ll bave given to t 6tb'nQMact ºia hollday east, and I "S`1 bitgp rirgit pleasure, and plbas- I ae only. a But not do *190 the two men, sltting I glooe.lj er walking solemnly in the r epademsned ll aithe parish prison. ' Marphy had been nervous, excilable I ind Irritable; Pat Ford has been calm e aet ~I I as4f.ookinu forward to i aio erea y of rest. Ae bad lost dur- , S.thle t 1p"k tie aglittion that e ked bus conduct some time ago. S+4idkadl *ithot exciteenent, and no t9lppprpI over him as he referred ( "t 1I apwfuti doom awalting him, ,"Wbit1is the talk outside?" asked 1 Pat Ford of the reporter of a city paper sad he was assured that pu...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 15 March 1886

-. A ,<ý. 'i VO.1 W L____ /OL. 1. ' IOE, LA., M(ONDAY, NW', DAILY TELEGRAPH. ; the S G. W. MeRtalesi , aiestor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and tio Buslness Manager. At an co da -BY .TEL R API ke Strikprs Arrested. w LOUiSVIslE, March 14.-The freight brakemen on the Chesapeake & Ohio St & South western loads struck for an advance Saturday. Several of them were arrestEd at Paducab, Ky., while trying to stop trains. They were t released and trains are running with in new crews. Will Hang. NEW ORLEANS, March 14.--A special from Montgomery, Ala., to the V Picayune says r Mrs. Ward, wife of W. J. Ward, now under sentence of. G death for the murder of Jacob Palmer, g in Dale county, was In the city Satur- ri day. She sought Gov. O'Neal and besieged him with a prayer for the o commutation of the death sentence. a The Governor refused firmly, and b Ward will be hanged on Friday of $ .next week. Uncle Sam's Freight Goes Through. , NEw ORLEANS, March 14.-A San Antonio, Tex., speci...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 15 March 1886

, s ses. u* Ion dii Ura PForM p.ty of gent MteNsei aft *,,Charles Bo#Olien PaI; I$. t. Y. if Phitadelphia; A. A. t Jano a. sRco, Fart to sberoe,n pc ter i.t d i I pseati the ptaope- - Loi slaos, Arkand s land u i t 8e 4road,4; which . it built it (a g.L dFdr anoe t in isouth ai ' A ttiagies to sstr p , L o ul ite a , T *10 to Nw ta Noisf 1 Mt Ir to eaueet k A DaLot4 i agoups be* Mate r qf I -ad N t sBtsemiSrCk, DAk. 'be o SlIiag built by the eyndicate of Jb . !!,od'h J I at the head. The Z e5's attention was drawn to the (I e CId slpokin of Igad the party g~ samed has tben inspecting it and ' gatestng nformation ns to the topo. graphy of the country and its agricul u. orC U' otOhe atoneyrs. t ton Jn st. .f railroad beniders is s y ; ; gpg0 of yWatwV4 or fifteen wealthy odtlpibts of Pepeylvanira, who have -PeLIir money in a pool for the ad Irvesting Is railroad enter- I p i the Wett and Southwest. The eap4)l is amply udlMclnt to carry out 4 naaysa e madertakes. iP is o the head o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 15 March 1886

, : iiLL _,ERAssouiate E ditor. Ofeldt , Journal of the City of Monroe ter MONROE. LA. MARCH, 15 1886. l bo Grand Fancy Calico Ball. We are authorized by the Committee, to say that it was decided to have a Grand Fancy Calico Ball, March, 19th. thi Every effort is now used, in order to ex- Co cell any ball ever given here; no trouble on or expense being spared. 12 The Vicksburg Band has been engaged for the occasion. of No one will ne permitted to dance until It o'clock, unless dressed in calico. This re.a will not beldeviated from. Any gentlemen wishing to participate, can call on Messrs. Landauer or Sommers, and sign the list, as no one can obtain a ticket without first having signed the Y same. After the 18th the list will be closed, and under no circumstances can a ticket E be obtained after that date. All ladies are aI hereby cordially invited to attend. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. fit hMaves-Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is all the go. Drayvae-Fred Haberyan runs a dra...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 15 March 1886

er appel.aes~ sr the fe ri ed b two skin theoa of Pat ' of people, many aUmated thither by their trhodiif e t .sd+, .bat t }t majority * ýv~4lting v. W r~ic. stes S il uousual tse t ssesuawiii et utt4Olett as as Jobea" satet t lhdy ox fodS qA gt I a s IN stain. fotm was Iilsdg at61 the dMgit*.: et SIt bla ablat d - Sh Uthe slr.  e hoi :of; the e~arpe showedso sign of soferilg or gJggatsid lgagog at bosre a lodk as 4.4Uemn e Umaeggl i thekit e death we uuadeortted; on the eoatr the ratrnlt- w6Ms dra in _d ivory, otijeet calc: ed , t-b&i.nity o the sein ~17 caoeqaled.u: While ebrop y af visitors pdared th'eag ln ,emsaratopplgslaugly or In couples to look for the aist time upen the msoltI dead, Mls. od tood tai,maisd, et  -esma, convulsed Sbrokmano b and 1M 'N Pas; oh 1 w*" W tLs 1 Itrthe little l ha-' aeoabed froml the ' 8IM %tolacetibW IMylat behrot eUT rýVusa lifted from its bier wihoat or display, and carried eat _II sand down to the vehcle . hSatk metre ad moved 0...

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