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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 29 April 1886

- ............... ...................... , . VOL. '1. MONROE, LA., --_THURSDAY; ARJL 29, 4 ýO: X148 DAILY TELEGRAPH. V., .' T'KLLES, Publisher and c Iusitesa Mallager. River, Teletiram s. LOurtSVILLE, Ky., April 29.-River j 7 ter 2 ioeht.s in c'anal and 5 feet on Itlahd f ls,, turli fliirA Ariito, Iii., April 29.-River 40 feet 9 inches and ftlliniyr M EMPIITs, April, 29.-Itiver station ary. ST. Louis, April, 29.--Rtiver 21 feet t 6i iaches and falling. si OINCINNATTI, Ohio, April, 29 River Ii feiet 7 inches and f.llag. flail Storm. NEW ORLEANS, April 29.-The I -Titmu-D)huocrat's Baton R'uge speci e al says a hailstorm Monday on James I Davall's plantation destroyed 300 acres of young corn and 300 acres of b cotton. AU will have to be replanted. Ii Hall fell in places to the depth of thlee j inches. Rasiread 1 rehase. h MEMPHIs. Aptil 29:-It is rumiord to-night that the Georgia Pacific rail- e road is negotiating for the purchase a of 'the Mislasdippi & Tennessee rail road, whi...

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. — 29 April 1886

DAILY JLEGRAPH iOn AP 29 16, . The panters are waiting until the #s . , • I i s -. .. lag allover the eqpatry. . Three ,eot, New Orlemas to Boston on bleyeles, firm or preof readers may Mvry be O.Ied ",Tie home of -or S re i Vlrjlnia a probibitlou movement will be tisid sa tobaoeo. n il, ene aotismes ma wernothered ,b # Cia aon. The ra only - '* oggram grow oere' Iulurlaut ly for the stook. J ohn R.M n, he Cicl. al Enquirer, p the publie! In 188. day by iynehers in Arizona, and the loarf.dlJu, In qdmflM "he event ý a2wwae6*ha ebrtsd tihs lire with his aoustomed lively snap." England's puzzle and the son of the !.04" Isle's eh radeIz You rouse ,o *r4 by wslagi rest 1lr my erootd, aei mya whole, Il ,, country"- Ire-landd SW clilp thefOllo i tg fIom the Alex Sddtla Democrat of yesterday : Monroe can afford to pot on airs she is to have a cotton com pr an oil mill, a tiri( nlb itipt R The lesau of ptrmdard silver dollars frong tilet ints iti)l~g hlt weal, end ing April 24th, was ;8...

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. — 29 April 1886

SARLY TTELEGRAPH. I' I'* l~ :LIEiR, Associate Editor. 'lIli, inl .1 , sront! of the City of Monroe •ilItXl;, LA. APRIL. 29 1886. !'HEAP COLUMN--PAY LOCALS. Fli(t R.N''--(ottage containing four rooms. Apply to ,r. WV. MCCORMIK,. have--(,h~l. Randolh;'s eight shaves for Sdnlla" I aibll e go. \ NTED--A lgentleman and wife or V w wo gentloemen as boarders. Nice ,rool ; board rIood and reasonable. Table Iharde, s reasonable. Corner Fourth and Washington streets. Rsas. W. B. 8 iTTrrT J?' "ETTy T Pou~ribtti Cottage. Apply to L1RS. ]BOtNAR. FOUND-A bunch of knvs which the .-ownermay have by proving pro rtyand Payigeharges. -Apply at this office. TO SUISCRIBERS. Parties not receiving their paper regular ly will confer a favor by filing their com plaints with the bnsines manager. The weather to day is delightful and pleasant. Judge Clinton of the Court of Ap. peals is in the city. The grounds of the Monroe Base Ball Club will soon be in excellent order and the members propose to win the cham...

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. — 29 April 1886

OCfoAeo, April 29.-Two hundred ysut Ywavt Opfeeplo itti . Roth* Miltid Sor , furniture manufacturers, em. Kimat siet.eues4r!% ;: T •rebexllon. lrt 'iuats6irtti struc lfot eight heours work and, 4q pay. The Arm promised ao g1at' 1 on May. 1. Since then one or two mittees have from time to time wyited upon the heads of the house and'-A6e ali anq u. d Lq an4fed. vejpelpiatecd a risels in the house of the firm. Their employes, 600-men shortyyi fta~qtb ipy't 4t=q s woskt folonow ImtI&* LoarwlJs~a mies Nager entered the Kensie street shops snd announced that the men in Cin einpatti had' truck for tbe'ame fuvors grsntLd hoe aid had sent an appeal ftor ppotAI d h.; This bit of news swiftly spea, At this critical JuneC Attu" S)I tsred into the ee : ih Belcl~ ~weed up 810r to -et e foo,. and _ce with the ide dortIOn up obther flight of tEhelbp room filled with busy oper. atSere ecooerding to published coeents, he mid: "Let every man quit work; I anm et eommatim.'" .Al hl .-t 'r · rei...

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. — 30 April 1886

NVO L. 1. "-- - -F- . . -----------,- -' . - " . . 9 VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, APRIL $0, f i9, ; . DAILY TELEGRAPH. G.(W. leo::RI9E. Editor. V. '1. '"II.,E. , 'Publisher and Illijiness Mtanager. Last N ews. Holly Springs llospntlds. HlOLLrY PSIrss, Mis4., April 22. .1 pi'r. .ts rn utI up here y}~t.i rd,,y It, h. frwarlded to Ith '. su t.'rirg ..tri krr+ ,of the Missouri ['.acitie. (Quie niO tam il unt was 8!snt. A Cyclone. NEW ORLEANS, April ;t!.--'Thl, T'ain s"D)iuoerat's Mississippu City speciatl s ,y: Great damage wao dolne eight miles north of this pilaee by a cyclone Wednesday. Broken Levee. GREENvILLE, Miss., April ;30().--The levee on the Mississippi side is report ed broken about five miles south of Friar's Point; The gap is about 50 feet wide and 5 feet deep, and water is pouring through with a Iretetndous force. Strike Averted, SAN ANTONIo, April 22.-The antici pated trouble between the plasterers and contractors of this city was averted Wednesday morning by 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. — 30 April 1886

DAILY MONa1O, APRIt 80 108. , ter . _ ....s .n. .... . V. 0. Cehroni The ~e ienit' bI 't oin is, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois have en t pabliean members of to think that their party will tie next House of Re a i oful caavase of frees this point furnishes ground whatever for this belief. T'he b' . the present House by a ty fiie. The baat poi tit$1 fare agted hbato 0  1t all probable In SColerado, Con t*'o24aa,' Georgia, k, aine, IMinnesota, t Nebaha, New Hamp shire, North C roUla, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Ver mont, Virginia and eat Yirgjnla. This leaves the ta, tlon of one each 1 , Wyorth Carolina, b. 1 ;an Weat Virginia, sad two iii itnis, as at present. The Democrats are almost certain of maklng a gasp of three in Califorsi sand of one In Nevada. They will at least hold their own In Indlana, and very probably send a Democrat to succeed Mr. Steele in the Eleventh Distriet Mr. Steale was elee ted two years ago by a plaratity vote ofd 6. 'Bime the., Howard county, ...

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. — 30 April 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. P. IKEI1.IF:i, Assnciate Editor. "llicmal Journal of tile City of Monroe 1INIOl;. LA, APRTL, 30 1886. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. JtOR RENT-Cottage nour taii tour Sroom. Apply to J. H. .MCOIMAm. a dollacr ia all the go. N'I'\ E--A. ge.ltlelalr aitlc wile or" Sw h gentlcemeen as boarders. Nice romnd ; bord , ood and reasonable. Table I,.- rmlors I oasonable, T(ormr Fourrthl and W'asltngll to t roets. .L. HrS. W. B. SMITHn FO RENTr-A.ur Room Cottage. S ___Apply to MRR. BONAR. FOUNDA bunch of keysa which the o wner may have by proving propertyand pa yiRgeberges. :adlply at tisLoffie. TO fIUllCRI oERs. I'a-ties n t reoeiving their paper regular ly will eonf~r a favor by filing their con plaints with the business manager. TO-NIGHT -Sltrawberrles and Ice Cream at the vacant store under the Opera House. Majir W. S. Bolknap, was in the city to asy, but left at noon on a special car for Vicksburg. CI. Rlobert Richardson has received the appointment of City Recorder of MIro...

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 April 1886

Ko" noN, L., PL a p.I W4m swo M , April 22.-The tresa ary department has decided that the Chinese semen de paet fall, ctkin b4e prohibitory provisions of the OChinese restrietion act and therefore, mry' l-i allowed to land temporarily in the ord la parepit q the4r egllig for the pttpbel of' shipping on a return voyage as soon as possible. In the case in point the collectar of customs at rTorfolk refused to allow ;the land inog of Ah Bay, a Ohinees seaman from the American !hip Frank A. Thayer which was wrecked in the South Atlantic some -months ego and who was seat to Norfolk by the United States consul at Barbadoes under the provisions of the shipping act of 1884, collector was in doubt at to whether he would bejetlfe4 in allowing him to land, Inasmuch as he could not pro. dues the eertiflato required by the 0hWgeeptrletion act. The collector as eilt AIbstrueted to allow Ah Say to lapd. The Senate committee on commerce to day voted to make a favorably, re pot on a new Atlantic an...

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 May 1886

JbtPaU1t at' . Q Si I IlI VOL. 1. MONROE, LA ""SATURDAY AY , ln' 150 vOL. 1. M~ONROEr LA,, .. SATIfU'RA Y'; ;; I ,:Y t, I ·'06". ·k 150 DAILY TELEGRAPH. Gt. W. rticCtAsItI, Editor. ;  . i. . TIU.lihS, Pnbtisher nanl Business Manager. Latest News. l--'-- lU-: u; I ----- DUBLIN, May,I. 1.-8attsties audow that efuring the Ltasl thre,- months 698 fi nities, conmprising 3477 persons, were evieledr from huildings in Ireland Daring the same period 256 outrages were committed. Tbh Bigt Hfour System. Carrc.too, M ty 1.-Tae great pu;ckers at the union a'ock-yard are the latest representative employers called upon to grant an eight-hour day. They give employment to between 26,000 andl( 50,003, yesterday afternoon delegations will wait on the heads of each with the request that they adopt the eight, hour system after may. The firm to be visited are armour & Co, Flower Bros., N.K. Fairbank,' Hateley, Nel son, Morris, Jones, and Stiles, Silvcr thorn. A General Strike Ordered. PrITTBURG, ...

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 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPHIU When we east over a journal thati runs the advertisment of a promitinent ,ptinm li aeblumn, and in the mixt adJolning dels out prohidtion i +Mgrllia fitl'I eul nee, we feel that 0soImglhI waiVng their, talents to no purpoe. The -ed., ,neritlly attracts the greater number* Tle rei st flood in the South bae aMaeon (Ga), lties, whose tbo.myiseven hundred dollare he kept in a hole in the ground was carried of by the ragingi waters. -NcJd~lesooruf. PtrkblSy the hole was also carried Mrs. Ida. F. 13agen, tge wife of OE Vt. LSarglnt, who, it Will be rei dpbeted, by her heroic conduct at SIls time ai the explosion of the stea. mer Ike Bonham saved the lives of several people has taken the manage. ment of his estate, $,b aptala bving died some a ~im and wl eon tinue the n of his buiinews. That's The COsptollan-Advocate is lucky. Every once in a while we read some thing like'this In the local department: Our clever nelghbor, Mr. C. R imos sent a sample bucketfull of cle co...

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 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C P. K.LIEtt., ,tssooiate Editor. 'tflicial Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE. LA. MAY 1. 1886. CHEAP COLUMN--PAY L.CALS. JlR RNTT--Cottageo n .titlnig,, four rooms.l: Apply to .r. IT. MCCORMK. QhaveI--Chs. Randolph's eight shaves for at dollar is all the go,. W NTED--A gentleman Rlid wire or Swo gentollemen as boarders. Nice rooltl; oard arood and reasonable. Tab'le Iharlers roLionable, Corner Fourth and Washington streets. MRn. W. B. S,nen FOR RENT-A Four Room Cottage. Apply to MRS. BONAR. O "*'-- '~--'--" ZOUND--A bunch of keys which the p owner may have by proving propertvand payingcharges. .pply at this office. TO SUNSCRIDERS. Parties not reoeiving their paper regular ly will confer a favor by filing their com plaints with the beeineek manager. The grand jury was discharged this morning The city election takes place Monday Cast your ballots for the regular nomi nees. Just received for the K. of P. Ball, a nice line of Oxford Tie Pumps at the Star Clothing ...

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 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH K.' MooZ L, MAY I as. for t ar11 o= , strengt orI cbaraet = e! peres5ns rather I .by lipmlUr. aritels tham ' ayll '" J;alsnc Idea of What (heae qualitiesl should be. An amusing Instance of thilsloeurred a day or two ago in the I S lnday L " 0~s ao boe/of the syasg. ogues of1tbelfr; During the course a ofa IsMon the (eacher ACi~ediste bright little boy of the rabbi; "Who was the into the eye of the teaher; the little m one responded quickly: "John L. ,.Ut .", The te4cher, after re. ,q4,n~io.B his surprise, attempted to Drareo t his precocious scholar and Ilfermtld him that he was mlitaken, a: ittý 1 vl uat referred to = teanot daunt the knowing child, for he at once replied: "If Samson was alive to-day, I bet Sullivan would knock him out in thu second D "ad." ..atteatlio of the class Jen Wlatoncedireeted to another bib., Heal siet, frol whieh modern com. Vol h d Melee. readily drawn. stn ......., oRob LABOR DOm, the I A number of partial strikes, a' onef based 0 1 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. — 3 May 1886

be OOE, LA., MON , Y 3, 1886 . 151 VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., MONDAY, MAY 3, 1886 10. 151 I I_ I I _ I DAILY TELEGRAPH. V. VI. TELI.ES, Publisher andu Insiness Mlanager. a Laltesl News. Aufdemorte Case. NEW ORLEANS, lay 8 -John II. Alt lelorle, la:e subtreulry redeh t) t ,n Ilerk, and Erasrnui Shipp,.,rd, retently convicted of c.)nspiracy to i. Iraud the government, were y'slerday sentencedl by Judge Billings. wl'io im posed the minxirum penalty ;f n t th)l,trisd dollars fine and tiipris:,nr in nt in the penitentiary Iwo years. Lieutenant G Overnor Clay Knoblock tias resigned, and Judge It. C. D).vy being president pro ternm of the Senate t bee ,on's acting lieutsnant governor. The Water. VICKSBUIG, May 3.-The situation here is unchanged, with only two, polate rise In the river. The levee two miles below Delta was reported as being in a dangerous condition. HELENA, Ark., May 3.-The river rose one-tenth of a foot during the c twenty four hours ending at 1 o'clock Saturday. It has since beg...

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 May 1886

DAILY T oJff I a. W. eIaAWIi, Eater. howe MOWXON, MAY , 188e. Arks with: II~ I U fl.uu BION.l, will I that The gentleman, whose name heads roan this article,died at his family residence other In New prisans at 8 o'clock last Fri', kan day night. Mr. BIgney had been ill abov or sevenal months from a cold, con- road tracted while attending the session of raisli the NatIodal Editorial Convention line, at Clncinnati and his cold developed enabI Into Bright's disease. Mr. Bignaey was the f bore In Nova Soota in 1817 and was fve I acmustomed to say that he was born work two year4g , Queen Victoria. His ping farther was a French Hugenot of the both D'Aublgny family, which name was Anglicised Into Biguey. His mother was a native of Connectieut of Scotch descent and of a family strongly Tory there in principles. He came to Louisiana in 1848 and soon developed consider, The able literary talent. He began hit whic editorlal carer by ssimtalg editorial proe control of a weekly paper salled the ...

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 May 1886

DnLYTELEGRAPH 'city !. I'. Kt:I.IEmt, t w., te 1Editor. city t S:llivinl Journal of the (ity of Mlnlroe perbh MlON Ii)I,. ,A. MAY 3, ISS6. Ou •- -- .. . and CHEAP COLUMN--PAY LZCALS. Visitt )It Hl,'S'i---t'(oll:n (rot taillinlg four A ronoms. Apply to .J. I. M1C',.onirac, Spri 9ltave.i--(Cha. Ratldollph', night shawes for a :t doltlr is all the go. o r1111 N'I' I)--A gonaleman andl wire or wo gen-tlelllen a boarders. NhI:e tir'Onll ; Io: td aold andl realtsonabln. Table On 1be:rdlf a ro.isxunal,le, ferry Corner lF'ollrh illd walshiungtoln atrents. oi l- Dina.. W . 1M r·a FOR *tlNT-A Four Room Cottage. o ;. O SApply to MRS.-lONAR. F )UND-A. I,ºunch of kCvs which the owner may have by proving propertyand 'ayinlgcharges. ., pply at ithlsofllcd. ...  -_ _ J... TO 8U I9Cl 8IBE J.. been Parti. a not receiving their paper regular- ( ( ly will enfner a favor by filing their co.n plaints with the business manager. I hay A number of Knights of Pythias have already arrivwd to attend the C...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 3 May 1886

DAILY P TLHRA IPH XNROx . LA., et a ts. TRB BIGHT NOUR MOVEMENT. Chitsge the Initlat Point. OXIcAGO, May 8.-The Western a SBoot and Shoe Mantfacturinlg Also. I elation hrve adopted a constitution 1 and by-law and appointed an execu- C five committee to take care of all I disputesm Ad mange the general 6 eoneerni"of the association. A com- I munloation was presented at Baturday night's meeting from the Shoe Cutters 6 Assembly, notifying them that after C Moiday next the men would work I eigtlh'oihs a day for eig1ht hours pay. ( This state of affairs Is to continue for i two weekesIt that on May 15th a t schedule of prices would be sub. - mitted to the association for its con- I aideration.. This proposltlon was ac- C espted,with the distinct understanding that it was not to have any effect upon ezstinga ontract or to work to the projedlee of employees who have comMted to work more than eight Qju3. It was claimed that four fifths of the cutters In the city were members of the assembl...

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 May 1886

41L 14 14L·· .fj .. ..i . .. -· 'f~t ® 9:1 (W T l. ý Al . .- -' f ,,, . N r, . J ý . ____________ ______ -t ~~st r· 71 VOL. 1. MO NRO LA. TU SD Y_ 4,b, 18" .brr . - ; r OMLIA." "1'52. " ; . V 0L. 1. 'MONROE, LA., TUESDAY, " Y,.. , 1886, NOS".m52 DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. IW. t eCittllE. Editor. YV. . "rI.,lE., IPublislher ana Iltusine..s UMaager. Lai[se fNwS. Hlow the Matter Itasds at Different Points. Crlf1rc.t, M ty --The h,ox makers have recnsid.red their former de elsion to refuse to go to work yeater. clay ,fternoon iat the hall at the corner of E'ghte, ulth street and Centre avenue resolved to remain out still longer. The Irouble seemn to be Ithat the box tumkers tire unable to' work through the operations of he mill hands, and ai the fitder hav& -ji'od to continue the strike, lumnbe A t 1 have to be qorved ' lb the r" ers 'by non unionists. : d'ta alkers have therefyre r t until the lumber can be brought to them untainted by the touch of "'scab ' bands." A large number of...

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 May 1886

,DAILY TEl GRAPH MOUO, A. W,., GAdow1 IOdOXL:P. The anmal meetinag of the Grand Lodgeoef the Knights of Pythi s of Louisianas opened today in the MaeosleHa Rl by Grand ChanePilor hpbephrd. Representatives from all parts of the State, to no IAmber of 160, we are informed, are expected to be In ate , and business of great moneamtn te Order will be brought up fbr dlilbeUtlan and final action. The NMooe i buas been active for some wak e at ng to entertain their bettrem ot.otbhe. lodges, and we feel amed that if the m lnagement henct forth shall keep lpp with what has been dones our viotors will not depart from among at with any very unfavore able Iopreson of the hospitality and good jldgmlet of either their brethren bhe or of ae ~ ltsens who are not of the order, bt leartHly approve its pre. eapts and practices and a heartily weleome Its visiting followers. We feel grievously the need of a larger sheet and of a greater meellcadel apd reportial fore that we malMh gtve a fall list of ...

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 May 1886

3ieralA of Ue Paity of Monroe 401. LA. MAY 3, [APO. CQLUMN-PAY LCCALS. lRNT--Cottageo nnltaining four Apply to J.. ii. Moe~,larK, sRamdd nph''eight shaves for 'k alltht go. -" - e-- ltth1lol anT anti wife or tw g0lietnen an boarders. Nk-e i. adtrd ir.od :tl relasonabl)l. Table tsa reualtihlp Poiulth said Wa)hin:igton St roots. aina. W. it. wrrnr S --A Four Room Cottage. yl io MRS. IIONAR. l i . bun of ikva yvbcht the Srovilnp ertyand TO BUnS I8S. . , 'rESiP Fstcr paper regular ling their non lRat+ l banager. SK. of P. Ball, iv ,1''` .le Pumps at me new lee nutaelured by and Cantwell Louis was re . l Haugh for urant. Go and CE CtEAM ! nroe Restaurant Ladies and their tion guaranteed tion. or and Council ay as peaeful as theA Is but a field, and as the If a prior, but not popular preference, f the little cannon, D.bson and his can novelly to old sol re-there was nothing, to distinguish Mon ay, the day before. lected will make a good ature. The Mayor, Mr. alheady served five cion yes...

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 May 1886

DAILY Tt'E-GRAPH loson, r A., MA1Y 5 ies. TI DETIH OF '"LITTLF L UGilE r." The Demoorat is in receipt of a letter from Mrs. J. W. Crawford, at Fort Craig, asking if the paper will mention the fact that her little daughter, May Cody, is dead. Knowing how Cap Jack was wrapped up in the little die, and feeling how the mother's heart most bleed at such an irreparable. logs, the writer performs the duty with pleasure, so far as the mere work of doing the good people a kindness is concerned, and with the most heartfelt sorrow in zealizing that such a task must be done, The little child died at the home of her parents at Fort Craig, N. M., on the 4th inst. She was, as near as the writer can remember, about four years of age, just becoming so in. teresting and dear to her parents, that it is like drawing the immovable veil of sorrow over their lives to lose her by the hand of death. Her face was as bright as the notes of a mountain bird. She impressed the stranger at once asa most remarkab...

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