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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 13 December 1870

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA.- TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1870. NO.1. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . -. . . . .. -B a THE TELEGRAPH: An Independent Newspaper; P'UBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., BY G(. W. MeCRANIE. TERM8 OF DAILY: Single copies.... ........................... 10 One copy per week.......................... 50 Five copies per week........................... 2,00 One copy for three months................... 4,00 Five copies, one address, for 3 months.. 17,60 AI&-If not paid in advance 25 per cent.will be added to the above rates. TERM8 OF WEEKLY : The following rates of subscription will be rigidly adhered to in all cases: Single copies........................ 10 One copy for six months ....................... 2,00 One copy for one year........................... 3,00 Arrival and Departure of the Malls. From Monroe to Vicksburg--Carrying all mail matter for the Western, Eastern, Middle, Pacific and Atlantic States, and New Orleans, Departs daily at 5 A. M.;...

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. — 13 December 1870

aPub iW4ee$ wt 4 ýP. ". 0. W. IMc lRAWII, Mditor. MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 13,1870. DAILY TELEGRAPH. The St. Louis Times, of a recent date, says of the WEEKLY TELEGRAPH that it is "a model of typography." Our little Daily-may it bloom into a large daily! - is launched under the same auspices and in the same mechani cal style as the Weekly. Its ap pearance, we fancy, i§ decidedly pre poasing, affording to the reader a relish for the matter, domestic and foreign, telegraphic and selected, which go to make up its pages. A great number of dailies are larger, but few, we think, make a better display; and in refereice to size, the dimensions are all the busi ness at present will justify. We shall be happy, at any time, to enlarge, if the demands upon our space require it. The prices of subscription and adver tising have been fixed at the lowest possible standard that will justify even an experiment, and we trust the read ing and trading public will afford us that assistance that will render ...

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 December 1870

MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 13, 1870. As we have made no list of subscri bers, persons wishing to take the DAILY TELEGRAPH will please notify us to that effect, without delay. The rates of subscription will be found in first column on first page. Mr. P. Z. Ransom, of the Island, has our thanks for a solid head of cabbage measuring 11 inches in diameter. The Rev. C. E. Evans has just re turned from New Orleans and reports a splendid collection of attractions for the coming Methodist Fgir. BENEFIT OF GRACE CHURCH.---On Wednesday and Thursday nights next there will be, at Union Church, the in teresting and laughable comedies of " Slasher and Crasher," and " My Neighbor's Wfft~," to be followed each night with ,"Original Sketches and Songs," " Tableaux Vivants," &c., all for the benefit of the Episcopal Church, the erection of which will shortly com mence. The ladies of Monroe have this Ex hibition under their management and control, and have gone to considerable trouble and expense to ge...

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 December 1870

THE CHILD'S PRAYER. " Mother, hold my tired hand, Going up the gloomy stairs, And, before you leave the room, HIear me say my little prayers. " Glad to feel that you are near in the fading candlelight, I will ask the Father dear ''o protect us through the night. " I will ask the angels bright From the world above to colle, In their robes of fadeless white, Just to guard our little home. '"They will watch beside my bed 'Iill the gloomy night is gone, A nd my mother, with a kiss, ('omes to wake me at the dawn." In the cosy, quiet room Where a mother's darling slept, Darker than the midnight gloom Stealthily a shadow crept. Angels watched around the bed, Angels heard the little prayers ; But the Father held her hand Going up the " starry stairs." Success of Chinese Labor in the Mis slssipi Swamp. [From the Beulah (Bolivar Co.) Times,] We called attention a few weeks ago to the importation direct from Hong Kong of a number of Chinese, as labor ers on the Ferris & Estill place. They ...

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. — 14 December 1870

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1870. - NO. 2. THE TELEGRAPH: An Independenit Newspaper; PI'BLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., BY G. W. MeIRANIE. TERMS OF D.AILt: Single copies .......................................$ 10 One copy per week................. .50 Five copies per week....................... 2,00 One copy for three months .......... 4,00 Five copies, one address, for 3 months.. 17,50 i7.-If not paid in advance 25 per cent.will he added to the above rates. TERMS OF FWEEKLLY: The following rates of subscription will be rigidly adhered to in all cases: Single copies..... ....................$ 10 One copy for six months ................. 2,00 One copy for one year........................... 3,00 Arrival and Departure of the Malls. From Monroe to Vicksburg-Carrying all mail matter for the Western, Eastern, Middle, Pacific and Atlantic States, and New Orleans, Departs daily at 5 A. M.; Arrives daily at 7 P. M. (Sundays except ed. ) From Shre...

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. — 14 December 1870

:]Pu lirbL4d w1t 4 p.- MC. G. W. MOcRANI, datter. MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 14, 1870. TELEGRAPHIC. [Special to the Daily Telegraph.] WASINZOTON. WASHINGTON, Dec. 18. - Admiral Baggs relieves Glisson of command of the European fleet; Glisson to be re turned. The President nominated Alfred Pleasonton Commissioner of Internal Revenue. The Senate again discussed Porter's nomination; no result. C. C. Bowen, member of Congress from South Carolina, indicted in Dis trict Court td-day for bigamy. The House caucusses to-night. &nate.-A bill was introduced reviv ing land grants to the Selma and Dalton Railroad. McCreery asked leave to introduce the resolution of which he gave notice of yesterday, proposing an investiga tion, with a view to the restoration of the Arlington estate to the widow of G(en. R. E. Lee; the removal of grave yards on the premises, and general res titution for any incumbrance placed therein the interest of the government. Edmunds said that leave would not be granted. 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. — 14 December 1870

Zar glanp sfouraph. MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 14, 1870. As we have made no list of subscri bers, persons wishing to take the DAILY TELEGRAPH Will please notify us to that effect, without delay. The rates of subscription will be found in first column on first page. The Rev. Dr. W. Burgess, Presby terian minister, of Miss., will preach in Trenton to-morrow (Thursday) night. He will preach at this place, at the Union Church, Friday night, and also on Sunday, at 11, A. M. The telegraphic reports to-day sum up over three thousand words, necessi tating the exclusion of very near all other original matter. The Senate de bate on yesterday will be found very interesting and suggestive. The Re publican Senators seem to have for gotten that there are hundreds of thou sands of people in the South who are no less traitors than Gen. Lee was, and yet this government does nothing to perpetuate its power or magnify its greatness or splendor, without predicat ing large expectations upon the wealth, resou...

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. — 14 December 1870

A WELCOME TO THE IMMCGRANT. Thrice welcome to our sunny land, 'rhe hardy sons of toil, Who have left, their homes on distant shores To till our fertile soil! The matron grave, the blooming maid, 'Thle sturdy yeoman tall, 'rThe rosy, romping boys and giil- A welcome to tllen all ! The Switzer from the Alpine dales, The German and the Dane; Norwegian, Swedes, and Britain's soils, And the men of vine-clad Spain ; The Celt, Slavonlan,, and Magyar, The Roman and the Gaul They're brethren of our comnnon ilood- Thrice welcome to them all ! The Southerland's fields shall smile once Shall blossom as the rose; [more, And white men rule the land again, In spite of all our foes. Then let warm hearts the exiles greet Who seek our sunny land; And meet them all with kindly words, And with a helping hand. The Loafer. This most contemptible specimen of all that bears the name of man, and dis graces humanity, is thus sketched by theSaratogian. Young man read it, and if you are not already constantly ...

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. — 15 December 1870

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1870. NO.3. THE TELEGRAPH: Aun Iidependent Newspaper; I'i'II.l-HIEl) !)AIILY ANDI) WIEEKLY, AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., BY G. W. McCRANIE. TERMS OF DAILY: Single c1p, ies ................................... 10 (lne copy per week.............................. 50 Five icopies per week......................... 2,00 ( lOe copy for three iionths .................. 4,(00 Five copies, one address, for 3 months.. 17,50 ,.it'-If not plaid in advance 25 per cent.will ( ;hlledtl to, the a)bove rates. TERMS OF WTEELY : ''The loliwoing rates of subscription will be riidly adheredl to in all cases: dio)gle coplies..................... ........... ........... 10 S)In( copy for six moll ths 2.................. .. 2,00 ( 1ne( copy for one year......................... 3,00 Arrival and l)eparture of the Mails. I'rom Monuroe to Vickshurg-l'arrving all mail Imatter for the WVestern, Eastern, Middle. Pacific and Atlantic States, and New ( )rlI cals, I)lep...

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. — 15 December 1870

Published at 4 X. M6*. G. W. Mc RANIE, Editor. MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 15, 1570. General Amnesty. The country had a right to expect, and many people who trust'the Repub lican leaders very little upon the score of justice or magnanimity, have been inclined to believe, that the 41st Con gress would signalize the closing days of its existence by a generous bestowal of pardon and amnesty upon all persons who were excluded from the privilege of holding office, and the exercise of other functions, either by the XIVth Amendment or by the provisions of the Test Oath. Several great States have, through the ballot-box, proclaimed, unmistaka bly, their condemnation of Federal proscription, and in portions of the country the Republican party has in corporated the removal of all disabilities into its platform. The sentiments of the enlightened masses, no less than the genius of republican government, stamps the continued disfranchisement of the citizen as odious, unjust and un American. The bill ...

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. — 15 December 1870

MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 15, 1870. As we have made no list of subscri bers, persons wishing to take the DAILY TELEGRAPHI will please notify us to that effect, without delay. The rates of subscription will be found in first column on first page. The Rev. Mr. Burgess, finding the Union Church occupied by the amateur Thespian Society, will deliver the dis courses mentioned yesterday, in the Courthouse. The heaviest rain of the season, last ing all day, fell on Thursday. The river began rising rapidly, and with the rise from above, will afford good navigation until the season closes. G(race Church Benefit. The entertainments announced for to night, (Thursday,) for the benefit of Grace Church, we are requested to say, are postponed on account of inclement weather. Due notice will be given, through our colums, of the time to which the performances are postponed. The participants in last night's enter tainment were honored with a pretty full house. The zeal manifested by the several actors an...

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. — 15 December 1870

i.(' Int returns dv-cril, the Engilish ii,4 :t' /11 c i1 tlll,ý i>; 141: i ateall r li('Irs afloat :uil :1 ibillinOg, and 2) sailing vessls atl,!al ; )111 , ;lc, l';. T if ('s not 1in ,'lude th11' .l;l;11 f4):' t l ,ovr colon.y Iof \'ictorin:, 'iwh1ii I :igla4d lias recently, in anlticip'atlon of trol1h,, (disOW ered as nl , :,,ll'." It will, lh 're'or'r , I,e re t:iimi( 41 1(r I1 1' m St''Vitc''. The iro:;-hild lI(et c( 4nsistc(tl, actord intg It, hf rturn qu oted, of 31 ships and 4 ltinr lg atterie:. ThIrare weri' 6 builhl inr; at tia timll't tuhat return was issued. (O)f these the Atudacious was 14 guns, :3,771 tonsl, anld i4 ) horse pol er; the Invinc ilh,,'a twin ship of the Auda (ious; the Hlercules, of 12 guns, ?o,22 tons, and 1,204) horse power; the Re pulse, of 12 guns, 3,734 tons, and 800 horseI power ; the Monarch, of 6 guns, 5,14)11 to ns, and 1,1(1)4 horse power ; the Captain, of ai guns, 1,272 tons, and 900 horse power. The Monarch, it will be reincmlbered1, lroug...

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. — 16 December 1870

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1870. NO. 4. THE TELEGRAPH: An Indlependent Newspaper; PI'ULISlIED DAILY AND WJElKLY, AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., BY G. W. IcCRANIE. TERMS OF DAILY: Single copies........................... ..... 10 One copy per week.............................. 50 Five copies per week....................... 2,00 One copy for three months................... 4,00 Five copies, one address, for 3 months.. 17,50 °If not paid in advance 25 per cent.will he added to the above rates. TERMS OF WEEKLLY : The following rates of subscription will be rigidly adhered to in all cases: Single copies........................... .......... $ 10 One copy for six months....................... 2,00 One copy for one year ........ ............... ,00 Arrival and Departure of the Mails. From Monroe to Vicksburg-Carrying all mail matter for the Western, Eastern, Middle, Pacific and Atlantic States, and New O)rleans, D)eparts daily at 5 A. M.; Arrives daily at 7 P. M. (Sundays ...

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. — 16 December 1870

Publimhed at 4 P'. 3. G. W. McCRANIN, Editor. MONROE, LA., IE('EMJIER 16, 1570. DELTA. Some of our readers having heard of this little town would probably like to know something further of its size, bus iness prospects, &c. l)elta is situated on the Mississippi river, about 21 miles below the ante bellum depot of l)eSoto, then the east ern terminus of the Vicksburg, Shreve port & Texas Railroad, and now the classic home of a dozen or so colored citizens who prey upon Vicksburg for a sustenance. The town of Delta is ex tensively laid out, occupying an area of probably ,500 acres, courthouse, jail, cot ton fields, storehouses and all included; the buildings numbering not far from : sixteen. It resembles in shape very closely the Greek letter, Delta; the lat ter being an acute-angled-triangle, the former being built promiscuously upon the neck of a peninsula, or rather occu pying the neck of a magnified junk bottle, with Grant's celebrated canal crossing the neck like a yarn th...

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. — 16 December 1870

MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 16, 1870. The Grace Church benefit will cer tainly be given to-night, we are assured; consisting of the laughable comedies of My Neighbor's Wife, and Slasher and ('rasher. We bespeak a full house. Two or three recent daring attempts at burglary have been reported to us. It is very evident that Monroe is a pop ular resort for roving thieves, and should be protected by an active police force. What say the Town Council ? What has become of all the beef cat tle ? Are there no hogs, no sheep, no game in the country? Is it possible that with three butcher shops, Monroe has to subsist on salt meats ? River Items. The May Flower, Capt. Carlton in c(Olllnlland, passed up to-day at half-past two, p. mn., with a good trip. She will be down Monday. From a dispatch from Capt. Sinnott to ('apt. Chamberlain, we learn that the (.ov. Allen leaves New Orleans to-mor row evening, to arrive here Monday, :111(1nd return Tuesday. The river has risen about 4 feet since ye-terday morn...

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. — 16 December 1870

Ohl European Congresses and tie New There are curious ,particulars of pre vious ý'ettlemnnts of what is called the ,t Ea-tern question," that are not gen erally remembered. At the congressof ,liplomats which nmade the treaty of .Junes, Ut1 (hy which the noutralizatio, of the B]lack Sea was first formally es tablished, though in a ditfirent fitrm fronm what Russia now complains of,) Prussia was one of the Powers repre sented, while Italy was not-for there was no kingdom of Italy then. In 1853, when the Czar Nicholas tried to unite England and Austria with himself in a combination for parceling out the Turkish empire, he regarded his broth er-in-law, the King of Prussia, with so much coutempt that he did not trouble himself to ask his aid or connivance. And so little was Prussia regarded by the other powers in the spring of 1856, that she was not at first invited to send delegates to the Congress of Paris, and( was only admitted toward the close of the deliberations, on motion of Gort...

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. — 17 December 1870

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1870. NO.5. THE TELEGRAPH: An Independent Newspaper; PULBLIsIIED DAILY AND WEEKLY, AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., BY (G. W. MeoCANIE. TERLMS OF DAILY: Single copies ........................... ......$ 10 One copy per week............................ 0 Five copies per week............... 2,00 One copy for three months................ 4,00 Five copies, one address, for 3 months.. 17,50 ~r-If not paid in advance 25 per cent.will he added to the above rates. TERMS OF WEEKLY : The following rates of subscription will be rigidly adhered to in all cases: Single copies....... ...................$ 10 One copy for six months .................. 2,00 One copy for one year...... ........ 3,00 Arrival and Departure of the Mails. From Monroe to Vicksburg-Carrying all mail matter for the Western, Eastern, Middle, Pacific and Atlantic States, and New Orleans, Departs daily at 5 A. M.; Arrives daily at 7 P. M. (Sundays except ed.) From Shreveport to Monro...

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. — 17 December 1870

EPublih.edc at 4 M. M. G. W. McORANIE, Editor. MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 17, 1870. CLAYTON, WILLIAMS & CO. A very healthy lesson has been taught some of the New Orleans merchants and bankers, which aptly illustrates the old maxim that ,"all is not gold that glit ters" anld exposes the folly of trusting too much to appearances in individuals. It is a very common-and a very non sensical-practice, with some people, to install into their confidence, and " take on" generally over strangers of a showy exterior and a ready tongue, who happen to come in their way and enlist in their ,"set." Almost invaria bly, as it ought-with all charity and civility for strangers-it happens that this tender of confidence is betrayed,and proof furnished, that, if the old be com mon-place and tiresome, it can be trust ed, when the new may not. We seldom ever feel any sympathy for fingers burnt by sensation adventu rers. A man should establish his claims to esteem and intimacy, before they are granted, and t...

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. — 17 December 1870

MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 17, 1870. Divine Services To-Morrow. The Rev. Dr. Burgess will preach in the Courthouse to-morrow at 11 A.M. and also at 7 P.M. The Rev. T. B. Lawson will have services in Trenton to-morrow at 3 P.M. The Talequah passed up this morn ing, she will be down Tuesday. Grace Church Benefit. Quite an appreciative audience, near ly filling the house, attended the repre sentations last night of" My Neighbor's Wife," and " Slasher and Crasher." The stage was arranged as a parlor, and in its arrangement displayed good taste and elegant handiwork. Professors Bose and Roberts supplied music for the intermissions; the Band also play ing an introduction of several pieces. The several parts were very well acted. There was some deficency in study and in animation on the part of some of the players as well as a want of exclusive attention to the business in hand; but these deflciences ought not to weigh against amateurs. The bill, with changes, will be re peated to-night; we tru...

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. — 17 December 1870

I)eath of Ex.President Burnett. The venerable and widely revere(d I David . Burnectt, first I'resident of the Texas lRepubl)lic, died in Galveston, on the Sth inst., at the ripe age of eighty. three years. l LHe was the last cf those who had held the 1position of lresi(lent, and was probably the oldest of the orig inal American settlers, having arrived in Texas in 1817. Though he held many trying positions, and saw much adventure, yet was his walk blhunmeless, and he went down to the grave with an unblemished reputation in all the relations of life. His funeral fully tes tified the deep veneration in which he was held. It was attended by the city authorities, the various civic societies, the judiciary and members of the bar, as well as a large concourse of private citizen.-N 0 Picayune. Let Horses have their Natural Gialt. It is bad policy to move a team out of its natural gait, especially with a load. It is far better to put on a full load, and even a little more, and give the hors...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
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