Results 1 to 4 of 4 for "Jefferson Davis" — California Digital Newspaper Collection
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Results 1 to 4 of 4 for "Jefferson Davis"
1.THE NEW SOUTH. Gov. Brown of Georgia Resigns as United States Senator. O’Brien Eludes the Constabulary aud Succeeds in Holding an Immense Meeting. New York Foot-pads Hold up a Young Clerk—Portland News —Hill and Cleveland. A Cook Slabbed by a Steward, Who -'Afterward* Commit* Suicide. [ARTICLE]San Diego Daily Bee 31 October 1887
2.THE MEANDERING MOGUL * More of the Tasteless Taffey About the President’s Pleasure Trip, A Bloody Fight Occurs in the Streets of Sacramento with Probable Fatal Results. a The Evidence of a Large Vigilance Committee Di#coveredr in Virginia. * ___________ * A Large Number of Destructive Fires —A Big Mexican (.and Scheme. [ARTICLE]San Diego Daily Bee 19 October 1887
3.DOMESTIC NEWS. **'• ’ 4 * ' ' Better Arrangements With Mexico. — % THE PATRIOTIC SONS The Postmasters Made Happy. DAVIS RECONSTRUCTED. Grand Masonic Dedication at Paso Robles. RAILROAD RATES RUINED. Fires In Portland, Oregon, and Winona, Wisconsin, THE SUNDAY EXCISE TEST CASE. The Sad Old Story—The Vanderbilt Steam Yaebt-Nieolini Jealous. Blaine In London. MACKAY-BENNETT, UNITED PRESS, AND SPECIAL DISPATCHES. THE CAPTURED FLAGS. Davl. ' R.canaitructed at La.I. [ARTICLE]San Diego Daily Bee 25 June 1887
4.THE FIGHT AT PEA RIDGE, Sketch of the Most Uncivilized Battle of the Civil War. ♦ INDIANS ITAKE A HAND. The Authorities Hnve Not Decided to This Day Which Whipped. Federal and Confederate Annie* Fight Two Davn and Then Withdraw—Portraits of (he leader* on Doth Side*. j Albert Pike** Indian* lr*e Tomahawks and Sealping Knlve*—Gen. Van Dorn's Proclamation—A Fierce Datile Whose Story Ha* Not Been Fully Written. [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]San Diego Daily Bee 21 August 1887