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

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1886 O. 174 " DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. MeCRANlE. Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. Total Imports. NEW YORK, May 29.-The total im, ports of dry goods at this port during the last week were valued at $1,729,305, and the amount thrown on the market at $1,521,849. Hanged. WASHINGTON, May 29.-Antonio Nardello was hanged at the district jail, near this city, at 1;30 p.m., yester day. Hie made a speech on the scaf fold and protested his innocence. All Democratic. NoRFOLTK, May 29.-All the returns from Thursday's election are not in,but that the city is Democratic by from 4000 to 5000 majority. Portsmouth is also Democratic. The Democrats car ried Roanoak, with the exception of one councilman. Organized For Protection. PHILADLPIIIA, May 29.-Forty seven hosiery manufactures of this city, employing over 12,000 hands met Thursday and organized for mutual protection. The organization Is the result of the recent demands of old employes. A ...

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 May 1886

D n o. w. ti MONROE, MAY'29,1 C The Mormon church has determined to boycstt Mormons who purchase of Gentiles. -t Margaret Magee has been appointed a postmlstress at Violin, St. Tammany ii parish, vice Bennett Brown, removed. p 0 Kennebec river salmon are going to 0 bhexoeedingly scarce, as it is reported t that none have yet been caught this a It is said that a* brother of the late 0 millionaire A. T. Stewart of New l York, is a .rag picker at Cherokee, rows. c Excitement is intense at Vickeburg t owing to the mad dog scare. Let our y city law relative to unmuzzled dogs be t1 rigidly enforced. . Chief Justice Waite of the United States Supreme Court is going to "keep cool" this summers We see it stated 'J in an exchange that he expects rusticate In AMlik this summer. The United States Treasury at ii Washington isin receipt of 35 cents . fromr a Indiana man to be placed to I the credit of the "conscience fund." I, This is a bit too conclentious. a The Ruston Caligraph says it don't s...

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 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. P. lKLLEII, Associate Editor. Olficial Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA. MAY 29, 1880. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. IE ! ICE!! eIce houses have been estatlished at the Cotton yard and at Jeter's Butcher Shop in Five Points. Ice delivered in lots of 10 lbs. and up wards to parties who take that quantity regularly every day. Parties wishing ice delivered will notify Mr* Johnson at the Factory of the Monroe Ice Company. BAGGAGEI BHAGGAGE I I desire to inforn the public that I am now running a single dray for its con venience. All orders for the prompt de livery of baggage to and from trains and hotels will receive my personal attention. V. F. VOGH. Shaves-Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is allthe go. F OR HALE -one milch cow with calf two uImonths old. Apply to H. T. BENOIT. UTANTED-A white woman to do gener Satl housework for asmall family. Good wages to competent party. Apply at II. T. BENOIT'S. FOR RNTI'-One good double cabin West F Monroe. Apply ...

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 May 1886

'wTELEGR4PH NQRO$, LA., MAY 29 1886. THIe T r SITUATION. The New York Chamber of Com e~rce in its annual report takes a for. addea view :of the trade situation. 'Writing of present business tendencies the secretary sayst "Capital controls business to an extend never before known. Moreover It equalizes values. Much mort than this is needed to exs plain the rapid businese changes of the day, and the wonderful equaliza. tion of prices. The locomotive,, and the telegraph and the consequent quick conveSyase of the pricesmaking inatelllgence are the immediate causes. The spinner at Manchester is now able toorder his raw cotton by. cable from anrInterior Texas town. The Eaglisn manufacturor now sends his agent thbtgla the, Western States of Amer. leA. Coabi ely moderate price 6uetuations':are. everywhere taking tbe'pla4 6f'the sharp upesand downe ,of former d~ystand all because man has bhl t atilto penetrate the secrets of steam an4of electricity. As a con ge&4q, the manipulation sid...

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. — 31 May 1886

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., MONDAY, MAY 31, 1886 .^ 1." DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. WV. MeCRARIE, Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. Hope to Knock Gould Out. NEW YORK, May 28.-The advance in Pexas and Pacific is due to the ex pectation that the plans of the Missouri Pacific may be frustrated, An Advance. PITTnBURU, May 31.-The Black Diamond Steel Company has volun tarily advanced the wages of all of their employes 10 per cent. The in crease amounts to several thousand dollars a month to the firm. 'Rah For the "Pelican State." NEW YORK, May 30.-The immense movement In Louisiana State bonds and their daily appreciation in value is one of the most remarkable phases of local finance. The wonder is that but a few shrewd investors took advan tage of the general depression of values during the past winter to absorb quiet ly large blocks of these and the obliga tlo s of other Southern States. Very few of your State bonds are for sale here as holders are now perfectly satisfied that the ...

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. — 31 May 1886

A., MAY 29 1 .. .. ._ A o the Nationel ar.eam a , cgu yptUan mummy. ý, .L ,p uild rst once at New Or lease was sold last rBaturday to Mr, Paul Tlline for the sum of forty-nine thousand dollars. 1 Knights of Labor broke up the Ib ewhich was destroying street cars In Teeitoi when it was seen that the polite were powerless to do so. * 1adstesst's agency estimates that the iautleo of plans for over $20,000,000 voeh of buidings hasaeen oestponed beeaag.of the recent. labor trouble. OopAressman Holman, by failing to mehppovsiol for them in the legisla tive, Judicial and executive appropria ties, has undertaken to abolish 277 6o1stl hilletl. Thre werepublished in Germany in the ,ear 1hf8 16,885 books, of which '106 belong to the literature of fictlea. Gai& y le surely now the land of the Pleayune of the 28th says: Mr, M. E. Paby, the well-known Ouebits river pilot, is spending a lageth or two with relatives in Ottawa, Ill." When we last seen "Mike" he wsa steamboat clerk, but if he has...

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. — 31 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. P. KELLEI, Associate Editor. Official Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA. MAY 31, 1880. Gerspaoh's Opera House. ONlPJ wm LK. COMMENCING JUNE 1st. COL. ACKERMAN'S DIME SHOW. A canival of wonders never before saee for this small price of admission. MISS NELLIE DaBERG--IHigl Wire Artist. PROP. ACKERMAN, and his Wonder ful Trained Horse "FIRE KING." A LB ERT FR ANK-Irish Clown. WOND)ERFIIItI, TRAINED DOGS. GRANI) FREE WIRE ASCENSION. el IIARRY NIXON-Excentrie Comedian Silver ('Cornet and. Doors at 7 o'clock ; perforntenco com iOlnces at 8 o'clock. Admission 10 cents; reserved seats 25 cents. On sale at Dr. Sholar's Drugstore. CHEAP COLUMN--PAY LOCALS. CE ! ICE ! ! Ice houses have been established at the Cotton yard and at Jetor's Butcher Shop in Five Points. Ice delivered in lots of 10 lbs. and up wards to parties who take that quantity regularly overy day. Parties wishing ice delivered will notify Mr- Johnson at the Factory of the Monroe Jee Company. BAGGAGE! ...

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. — 31 May 1886

Sbe di ed. It ' s REtal thPHe du ie i It ti r endisly i. aW hbe ter age;ma se of soiebe nd edmsd. It isertao thaft be fir 'ar the lia demerbua of Slta m pi le gt q tht b 'a t` "the water of '-,of laj'e-A dny, who rin filet , als W Br 111011 of ea i-ttitia ou the beadrer vign b't W eriy. i Tii he iat fecity of A PAm O V*TAI*tT. -- g ld femfly, who reyand mi'de I4 S tr. iienesldd, on Littler distant. etired to rest, a i more then hl match into the yard, a Mr. B tw dot , who, se dog, drove iar thie gallery. The at rmlt" lowed o tAlsgeht everhad been badly onot ar distant. hatere the Montamounlt eot morel than his inatch n the shape of Mr. B's two dogs, who, assisted by their a uiae neighbor soon mastered his eaui p lad left his lifeless body under the boynse. 'The varmint" was ri os ke lowevt ever ceen in this t largesth railway bridge in the oi, L not th , a ndt oppo urte Montreal, e ourt the Pohio v Maggilley bore at Venice, Pareroburing the lag Loons in 316 spans of a total length o...

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 June 1886

VOL 47 VOL 1. IONROE, LA., TUESDAY, JUNE 1 8 fxATf f l'T1 A 1 wI it A T V mrt r n T,, ,r,.. I.__, -- -" ý - :--sý ý,r h DAILY TELEGRAPH. . W. McCRAigNl, Editor. V. 1t0. TELLES, Publisher and Baciness Manager. Butchers' Strike. I'lhr, ADELPirrA, June 1.-A strike occurred yesterday among the butchers at Twenty-sixth street and Girard avenue. Some apprehension was felt for the preservation of the peace, but upon the arrival of a squad of police the strikers started in a body for Schutehen HIlll to hold a meeting. Hanged, LOND)o June, 1.-James Whelan, a Nova Scotian seaman, was hanged yesterday at Winchester In IIautes shire for murder on the high seas. IHis crime was for the killing of the mate e of the vessel on which he had shipped as an able seaman. Street Car Drivers' Strike. e PITTSBURG, Pa., June, 1.--The it Pittshurg, Oakland and East Liberty F street ears were tied up yesterday h morning on account of the failure of W the company to make out a twelve-. I hour schedule as promi...

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 June 1886

IKEAPH vte .to Ri 1 i ii I ginaese hamlets seleeted the a the same of the postoffices: ,d eut NetiFt-Pro. . U'ýýlh-A+vocate says that Irish "piCk:oinflute u in Baton Rouge at 11'1 ad hitlf to two dollars Mr. Meline.s bill relating to the holding of spelal eleetloms hr the voting or taxes to aid railroeads, has been -  aably reported by the Senate Judiciary .Oll theh nit, Samuael Pinkerton ar ,i d all of hisa temporal ffalrs and then iliISg ai ipe with a nooze, which be pI~Ie41JA d If.uneek, and following the p:, gaW this wlh seveal years previous l=l m eslfh itf o eternity at Nash S' last uatmlrdy's edition our esteem ariltlpoar7 thelb Camden, Ark., Beacon dle4Lr . t6ilth~ olume and entered on .Rts thl th vreme. Editor Holmes t- iheb psole r their patronage in . thitit ad opes to merit it in the future. A:jbew Ci s gl the millionaire and 1AYogtShlimdritu, of Pennsylvania is eileWa 4ed tod be lllet a philanthro ipiL tiuIee alaee be gave so Pittburg tihesMara.l 0M to establish ...

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 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. (. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. Official Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA. JUNE 1, 1886. Gerspach's Opera House. COMMENCINQ JUNE 1st. COL. ACKERMAN'S DIME SHO: I. A canival of wonders never beforo soeen for this small price of adinission. MISS NELLIE DhlEiIi--Iigh Wito Arlist. I'ROF. ACKI EitMAN, iindt his TWonder fuil 'Traine, Horse "FIRE KiN(.'" ALIli'T FRANKIC--Irish Clown. 4'ONDEi.:' I, TRAINED) Ii(-t. (-RIAND i'IriE IRE AuCE'N ION. IIARIR] NIXON-l Estcrie ('omC;edian Silvor ('ornet. Band. Doors at 7 o'clock ; perli')Iie'ce cOnll inlonees at S o'clo)k. Admission 10 cents; reserved seats 25 cents. On sale at Dr. Sholar's Drugstore. CHEAP COLUMN -PAY LOCALS. CE! ICE! I Ice houses have been e.itab;i.sho.l at. the Cotton yard and at Jeter's Butcher Shop in Five Points. Ice delivered in lots of 10 lbs. and un wards to partios who take that quantiy regularly ovory day. Parties wishing ice; delivered will notify Mr. Johnson at thI' Factory of the Monroe Ice (O...

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 June 1886

@M7Y TELEGRAPH aice., wsne ge th at t the next Ede b dL o flat sthpped playing wit to forfeit fifty louis to his Ite cotamenced at threel n the eval Ludti erw"tias e ad jourag for supper. F n  sIplat e welcomee to 1eave on payment of the bet," replied Casanova. As to one,. aalp not at all hungry." T"I I tk'E took away d'Entrague's PP , thga went on. By sidz I morning Qasanova had lost 1t W Mj bt he was as ooal as ever. At nine o'clook the struggle showed no signs of a!prorei itZ conclusion when the hisiitn Rame Saxe and Mme d'Urfe, accompaglued by M. de Sbeueambourg, entered the room. The Yi osoly advised the anta tb'o lbdulga tn'a cap of chocolate ~liL lg bthat it wab absolutely anesuary. This was agreed to and the S u: lalste tdhak, when the oflloer, be Heving that be saw signs of weakness 4-g IdW ve'y, exclaimed : •.,'~ iCpe we say that the first one who d r. w~twb to eat; who save#h•di6; for more than fifteen miltes, or who doses Im his chair, will loss the bet." UAgr4ed,...

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. — 2 June 1886

oN VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDESDAY, JUNE 2, 1888 V • . ...... .,.- m , .-  DAILY TELEGRAPH. Ghaeorg( S-= ~come, (. W. MeCRANIE, Editor. he is dazed, V. M. TELLES, Publisher and been He is Business Mannager. not th - ------ - -- A rou A Jackson Tragedy places Special to Vicksburg IHerald.) liabili JACKSON, June 2nd.--E' C. T. Booth that again entered Jone's saloon this eve- heard ning, drew his pistol on John Rich- rathei ards, and was instantly shot and kill Mt by Richards, who immediately gavo himself up to the officers. Rich- m one ards is the party on whom Booth fired he ha about a week ago. Booth was an Eo-xam glishinan by birth and was a painter check by trade, and had been a resident of out t Jackson for a number of years. lie Is the leaves a widtlow. e A Case For t"Unlet Sam." GALVIATON, Tex., Jun 2.-A spe cial to the News from San Antonia says: A gentleman who has just re-(DPa turned from Monterey says that Engi neer Scott and Conductor Webb, of the and Mexican National IR...

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. — 2 June 1886

1YMIY TELEGR S MOl LA., JUNE 1 181 MO ID, JUNElt ty o hiy 0B pf the r e N. Y., .ih pkd meD. a quarter of a century, wakllJ t%,pj.et iu that city yesterday aiiiglg, being run over by a hook and ldii truck. Oar base gs1 friends will probably be lnterestd to know that the Lees of New Orlesmp gd the Fortier base ball club of Donalsaouville, La., played a match game of nine inings last Sun day, whlob respited in a tie, each nine making two ruas. Nine-tenthu .yep, we might say nhneteen.-ty ieth of the Louisiana press Is o p sd to the railroad super. visido, bt!, The Legislature will please beat tH, fact in mind. The BHoier BI "er agrees with the views of the Ts.,paAPH and Bulletin on the railro aupervision bill to a "T." ..... . The City Item says that Indications point to tblPsfest of Congressman Hol loman of ftlsna the great objector to eway aepYi wbleh has for Its object the betterfig of the South's interests, awl eoeades that: Louisiana, nor anor ebhes therb State, will find special...

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. — 2 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. Official Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA. JUNE 2, 1886. Gerspach's Opera House, ON3' 1IGC-I3I ONLY JUNE 2nd. COL. ACKERMAN'S DIME SHOW. A canival of wonders never before seeon for this small price of admission. MISS NELLIE DEIERG--Iiglh Wire Artist. PROF. ACKERMAN, and his Wonder fil Trained lHorse "FIRE KING." ALBERT FRANK-Irish ('Clown. WVONDEIWI I TIRIA EI ED DOGS. GRAND FREE WItRE: A.SCENSION. HARRY NIXON-Excentri. Comedian Silver (nrnot Band. I)oors at. 7 o'clock : perfornencc Co oin imneaies at 8 o'clock. Admission 10 cents; reserved seats 25 cents. Oil sale at Dr. Sholar's Drugstore. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. CE ! ICE! ! Tco houses have Ieein established at the Cotton yard and at J cter's Butcher Shop in Five Points. Ice delivered in lots of 10 11s. and up wards to parties who take that quantity regularly every day. Partins wishing ice delivered will notify Mr- Johnson at the Factory of the Motlue Ice Company. BAGGAGE ...

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. — 2 June 1886

w Mutler Ab w le A went to Missouri and built .. er" wtj.. . is well kau to dnyve~ enoulgh to remember anything a bouI ar. Iller sys if be kUlWl&A~ttie daring the war they don't count in his list of thitlg - I ,. Daring a ' * ventutous life he was never wounded but once, and that was at Weatheioer Tex., in 1872, when he was shot In the knee by a ma named Denton. %sk' Mller's ýOMeebr" br o"oheefghth Choctaw sad dhlfther an Irishman, ad' his right In the nation comes from his mother. He has a wlfe54 three bhildren and is very.well fxed, having a l~ge farm near Jimtown, well stoeked with horse, mles, cattle and Notwitmanddgi 64 a~ge, he is as strhog and vgra's o old, and is still coasidered a very dangerous man, being verygPlIek With a pistol and an expert shot. He delihtsa in recounting his ex- a plolts during the war, ancdnmany of his i war stories are quite isnk-. He . is widely known, and his greatest fault, aside from his violent temper, is his love for strong drink; otherwise...

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 June 1886

tbe Pai1i L J N , 18 6 VOL. I. MONROE, 'LA., THURSDAY,JNE_., |I4 ··. .... :.... ... .. .. . . . / ... I lar g ill libi " _ .'. ," -'. . ....... DAILY TELEGRAPH. ( G. W. MeCIIANIE. Editor. V. I. TELLES, publisher and Business Manager. At Half Mast. NEW YORK, June 3.-Mayor Grace yesterday ordered the flugs on the City hall. to bh placed at half-mast in respect for the memory of John Kelly. Cut in Rates. ChrrwcAo, June 3.--rhe Rock Island railway yesterday morning made another cut in rates to St. Paul, re. ducing the figures from $S to ti 25. This makes the St. Paul and North w:-lstern first class rate to Omaha $4 25. Itnrned to Death. Siu'ri, IFErDI,: Mass. June i3.-Tues day three children of a widow named Richards, attempted to light the fire with kerosene. The can exploded, firing their clothing. A son and (laughter, aged respectively 9 and 10 years, wore burnud to death. To IIan . PItE I:I lr ,', Ark., June 3.-The court in the case (: the Slate vs. C. E. l'ressly, proprietor 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. — 3 June 1886

The Oaliesral orange crop 1418 year i , h 100,0O0,000 if nol A Wgetea~m Saneer bas 4iscovered ,.that beusioe will kill Canada thistles. '' . Poem  benalne on the roots rf gsm ld they. ave not benzine since. A eatuns Fuuton, the only colored 8tm nv4 r (ut from the United is r 1Propeganda In Rome, has b ord4ipts 1p will return, says the Plihede1~pb Times, to thlb country to toe pag of at plored Catholle Oaro in New Orleans.- 5mes -autdbij B No.:182-entitled an act N* Epjipeah from Madison prish, tieto the Supreme Court, dbtto sal4 eourt at Moqroe, was 4 t1sread byt iti title and made ii dere f of the day for last e 4. that ta1 Polam. isa Demo ,e~t g at .th$ Maco, (Ga.) Tele UWr~bh tat it li- "pleased to 1) A rJlgA tleamesrsmt gets an office oqgAippaljrY ' 4Ald one that requires no,,aeomlantipem by the Senate. Slow'1P,,21.s . . Nl, bhe Presldent has "signed the M ad.4 the people have ratified his Weare o t r esteemed . the. Shrevpport Times arthe TJ m UkasaPn on the rurvleon. bi...

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 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. : Official Journal of the City of Monroe . MONROE. LA. JUNE 3, 1880. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. T4CE ICE ! Ice houses have been established at the 4 Cotton yard and at Joter's Butcher Shop in Five Points. Ice delivered in lots of 10 lbs. and up vwards to parties who take that quantity regularly every day. Parties wishing ice delivered will notify Mr. Johnson at the Factory Of the Monroe Ice Company. BA(;GGAGE I AGAGE i ! I desire to inform the public that I am now running a single dray tfr its con veonlonce. All orders for the prompt do livery of baggage to and from trains and h.otols will receive my personal attention. V. F. VOGH. S haves-Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is all the go. FOR RENT-Ono good double cabin West Monroo. Apply to W. M. ETTIRIDGE, West Monroe. ][ANTED-To rent a furnished room . T with or without Board by a married nouple, in a private family. Apply at this efliee. FOR RENT-A neat rottage in West F Monr...

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 June 1886

TELEGRAPH e crObstroie 7o E S4"Thenr is a sharpers game which has beep yeý.jor the .last 100 years, and a tlmrning point in avarice w. .here ita ws -faisj set " + out a fewdaysago to play It on a ,uar. One of them erme along one day and wanted to buy thfuarm. As the farmer wanted "ý to sell it *s quite easy to strike a 'bargain. Tipeprice was to be $4000 lan h adhe mam handed $250 to bIlt aln. -Within two days a second stranger came along and want ed the farm. He' wanted it ea bad he couldn t stand Still He found In. dications of coal, natural gas and coal oil, and he was willing to give $6500 for, e pl  , The Idea was of course tl4hrt~er Would be. awful sick of hblsAe m and seek to buy the man off. It would pay him to offer the mae $1500 to release him. The second Sitrnger was only out of alght when the first one turned up a0l . HIes outh watered over the prampect but ýorlogl. -The farmer explained 1leaA '1hld been offered $2400 more, and added: '.But I don't care for money. The ...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
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