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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 15 June 1886

oN Pl .. VOL.1. MO~OE, LA., TUESDAY, JUNE .15 1 s. :: . : 1, · DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. iCeOANIlm, ,dtor. V. M. TELLES. Publisher and Business Manager. Big Storms at Galveston and St. Louis. GALVrsTON, June 15.-One of the heaviest storms that ever visited Gal. veston at this season set in at sundown Sunday evening and raged furiously all night. The wind blew 'directly from the east, torrents of rain falling. By midnight the wind had blown the waters into the bay until the dock was nearly submerged. At the east end of the island the waves lashed the shore with great fury, encroaching further than any time sines the great flood of 1874. About 4 o'clock this morning the gale re4ched its height, blowing fifty five miles an hour for nearly two hours. Daylight found the city close' ly surrounded on all sides by angry waters. The docks were now sub. merged and railroad tracks under water and shipping scattered. At 9 o'clock the wind shifted to the north ward, thus saving the city from being ...

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 June 1886

GRAP mnon e;z Je, .JUN. ..p.l Polloliqg ,4ap Act of the legislature enacted in 1$8Q, the provisions of wboih are but lttle known, and are ob.tY v+ but by very few people. We enot et, in fact, that the disfrict judgep evr comply with the require ` al sof the 4th section. The Act in at' ronde as followe: siio' 1. Be It enacted by the Geunial Assmbly of the State of Louisiana, that it it shall be unlawful for any person or persons to put any poi. son or polsonoussubstance of any kind, any trap, gill-net, hedge or any other obstruction in any river, b:yoe, creek, lake, pond or any strearm, water course or otbter body of water, within the Units of the State of Lou'siana with lntent by the aforesaid means to kill, capture, retard or prevent the free passige of fih, during any sea'on of the year; .pgpyJdd this ac, shl.d not be so construed as to inttvf,cd e with trigger-trape or other trrf i Ii.':ced near the lge of the water, and which do not retard or prevent he free p'ssoAge of fish...

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 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. *. P, KELLER, Associate Editor. Ofcial Josirmal of the City of Moatbe M O1 O. LA. JUNE 15, lUg. CHEAP COLUMN--PAY LOCALS. SCE I ICE II lee houses have been established at the Cotton yard and at Jeter's Butoher Shop in Five Point. Iee delivered in lots of 10 IbM. and up wards to parties who take that quanti y larly every day. Parties wishing ice eivered will notify Mr Johnson at the Factory of the Monroe Ice Company. BAGGAGE BAGGAGE II I desire to inform the public that I am now running a single dray for its con venience. Al orders for the prompt de livery of baggage to and from trains and hotels will receive my personal attention. V, F. VOGH. Shaves-!.. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar I allthe go. "iOR S AL--Having secured a large and fine lot of cypress timber I am ensbeled to all orders for cypress shaved shingles on short notice. Address all orders to H. T. BENOIT. Monroe, La. FOR RENT-One good double cabin West Monroe. Apply to W. M. ETHRIDGE, West Monroe....

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 June 1886

MO pI, .JUNE 15, 1888. ---------- - - fellow. At this moment they were apprescbing a tasjry arranhouse, - and as they reached iit Mat tie fatrmer aid : "I 8fe h re and will get out, if yo.e '_m abi egretlal man gently balted the trotters, and as the 14 genole espbqd the ground be said to him: d"mow, how much fbrther Is it to eMr. ii$th's ?" "I am Ma. sailtb, sir," replied the farmer, sternly, sand you can drive on for I will not permit you to step on my premises."-Albany Argus. CAIlDIpATES FOR 8GOERNOR. Auditor Steele is talked about In a quie) bind qtsa way, .for his genial man ners'lia~ a e - him host of tlends, :and bq has certainly ptortoed the duties of his onorous sad responsible position with fi delity and eoebesm, Ienut Gov. Knoblock has aetro~g backing, though many would regret to se him retired from his present positlop, which he fills so well. Speaker Oglep is urged for the place by others, whoetal that his long and valuable ser vices to the D~qersti party deserves rec...

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 June 1886

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 46, 1 88 . DAILY TELEGRAPH. SW. W. eCRANIIE, Editor. V. S. TELLES, Pablisher and Business Manager. A Texas Killing. HousToN, June 16.-Augest Schar per, at 12:30 Tuesday night shot and instantly killed his wifes, stepfather, Joseph Edgcombe, on Preston street. Five shots were fired. Scharpor sur rendered himself. The shooting was the outgrowth of a family quarrel. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, June 16.-The pree ident sent to the Seate the nomination of John T. Rankin, to the marshal of the United State3 for the western district of Texas. The cabinet yesterday considerel the Canadian fisheries troubles and ques tions affecting the status of the gov erument towards the telegraph com, panies in the settlement of their ac count . Decision Reserved in the Winans Case. NEW YORK, June 16.-The report of the referee in the action for divorce, brought by Mrs. Alice O'Keefe WI nans gainast Ross B. Winans, the millionaire, is now in the hands of Judge Ingraham...

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 June 1886

15, 18w. 'EC OONRZIONAX, NOXINA FPr0oe what w an gather," mays t: he Y htabhoua News of last week, lithe e6da dse ir pur sramed ir to bet Mr. KInrft all haeards and tit 18 per e tlias we reet the presentation to 't Votweo0f th district a deplorable ~e a umeh Mac that of our laet elec I flit two eonventmlos and two candi dates, eah elacia ng to be the regular nominee of th6 party and the remialt of It 'wil be that a Republiean will get fre.. We bhave nothing disparaging , to may of Mr. King; he may not have tl 'reprented this district as ably as bMee who are in It and he may not t  hive bee heard on the great imaes of e th'~1 as a bly, but this much we do , thtum heha done all that he was 1 `'otj tddo alid when he doew that no ai :lattsl a 'do muore and rather than disto a spiftln the Democratic party a 'ai t 2ikds the chances of the election of a Rei R leifean, we say trot hAm out and a we behseve and are candid In our li opt~ b that by a vote of the people no li man jin the distr...

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 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. Official Journal of the City of Monroe S:MOQNROE, LA. JUNE 16, 1886. CHEAP COLUMN-PAy LOCALS. CE I ICE I Ioe houses have been established at the Cotton yard and at Jeter's Butcher Shop lee 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. BAGGAGE BAGGAGE II I desire to inforin the public that I am now running a single dray for its con venience. All orders for the prompt de livery of bag age to and from trains and hotels will receive my personal attention. V. F. VOGH. Shavcs--Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for s dollar is all the go. FOR SALE--Having secured a large and fine lot of cypress timber I am enabeled to fillallorders for cypress shaved shingles on shoit notice. Address all orders to H. T. BENOIT. r_-____Monroe, La. FOR RENT-One good double cabin West Monroe. Apply to W. M. ETHRIDGE, Wes...

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 June 1886

DME GRRP H MQXOE, JUNE 16, 1886. timber is being sawed there and shiped alldthe way by rail to Duluth, Minn. tilfer to enter into the construciloo of a grain elevator. The bill now L'iung filled for the purp.se amounts to 160, 000 feet. The stuff consists of sticks 4%1:0)4et long and 14xi6 In din. 'aeter, It l to be uped for surports inside of the structure. The same flrm Is -llng a bill of dimension, consisting of 1,880 (et for . Marshall Field's glism wf rwarehouse, corner Fifth Avende and Adans street; also one of 800,000 feet of, the I. N. W. Sherman building. These city bill require a large amount of 6x12 and . 28 sizes. Yellow pine thpber is being put into these heavy buildings because it is considered the test for the purpose. t tll eamps from the Brookhaven mills. These bill are mentioned as mere naeldents of the yellow pine di, meansio trade in the North, The same firm is filling other orders of the same character, or about to do so, besides receiving numerous inquires a...

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 June 1886

14 a ; o ed,  red d` n ovn th0 deeton. aius Mjaa i. ger. ret e , whisk hea !t N over, mo4e 'r matd j o ir i h~ehi ompl.tpauy d Psro e s. by " ranee. r '  o  .-i i)urº Pfthi m d with that the 'rrespoadlag period of 1885, ahout t ood e;ditton. Two bn K dudred arh tI nre f iron aret steel mills 700 tows of metal ie used dally. Io nine reks he podtler: @tr oan doble the decdeision. NJW YON K, June 17.-Lor4Winfred "hompton, the young bridegroom werho, whkied he satthe iturtevant ' thblb tbýSh.g Tkel s.oqI41 hoýw. ver, Tuesday, meand fired four bullet or to his own bodyuppr did not de durn theadhte' as anticy patedt separathe son Ste ron spital. noon yester-. . Pi' eaua , Jugs17Y.--Tbhe Iron 00 pdt this ysemx `lsompar d with that of the was restoing quietly unriod of 188the, shows a good cObdltUon. Two hbun dred ofand tires. to more iron arnde betpg esdethaadbarlelg ist June. Iw steel mlle 900 topr of metal is used daily. I; nine cours the pof the bullr on double turn, In `the remain...

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 June 1886

l r...d hip ed I . o of~ T by Ito Suga Colt Syp to btb 19 Sl. as o ~H or so to .- MY - u,, tere, ·sb JK o $9be Oily :~Olomdy r'g4top·~ *4Z~w~se se 1 .c)* {Iapstuic k, the f<.. Odenessa * * e1apaueh capear M ir`tt geme to be kping yes * ttopb t av te paprs. ~ tthe strate, to me mind, is ts ~ I~~nuuiwa> Orlealae:t X~X~X~~X oI, wo(~ t they lave yez~nC st t1itr game to bthe twilight: om 1t1S the t wipter s be S u~tplht 7tp to the mkyldihs ygsp i$ os of IS@ the tRing, g11pipt iYl.~'uGovqr~aow sure, tow ~ihRqS tS I~hbt arketis stts Gw4as-et **#s4 toLeaki ·'.5 V~ ;Ic1 mat. gant stoc- to selet . , is arn a oraotg that p ot II y n pate bny Wil :h lmrgest aad Best sdeeha sdsckat " pt atide of New Orleazim I I not necessary to(j eto prioss, here, 0or do #e umy ! a ig at, or below cost, but, if yeo wat aytbhig nite call on ua and we will sell you at a le ate Respectfully, SI. BAR BRO., -r~ r ., zs '.. MONROE RESTAURANT, Lo. 28 Delurd ,Street, onroe, La. Thisae.w etau.nt ha jut been opene...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 17 June 1886

' c. sad eTshe thQ sba s aa wo antr -eh ol It wU e. and mt ' thoait apiam , quartr ts Tobe e aba tip'at New Orleans. Monday eveir ng 'woith hlAe otonr 17S andae w" ed, i O sackse iotton weed meofl 467 Daqrks oil bad 12 bales bathe rs, Te. Colo It will. tbe re.. aembeied lit *eo rcos at desk Satuan SHamlto" ? Jar, pw Thd Sh4inr is tCi~lkr of purciastem the outfit as~h.os e factory in oader, to be enabled to peesat one to each and every peron vlsting the Court house and who will use the spitoops lnstea4 of squirting tobacco Juice on the floors and mable tling. It Is un derstood that each spittoon (hbung capacious) anaites 'be elsdae asoet rest. If turned over and the contents emptied on tie carpet a vote of thanks will be tend4red by the Sheriff. For sometime past severald promi.. nent gentlemen have been trying to organize a base ball Park AmsocIlton in Monroe. Until recently it seemed as if t was mpossible for them to suc ceed. The grounds for this are to be located below the city,...

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 June 1886

DAiL EG ki i 1, M . A . .) 4 *Wst t Weelwri.ht,. lwIeS I and awood trseeta. Pnseiar atntion paid to a bnuales ., ;ýi eagee s , se e s: " . im . e, s photo sowdr 4l. u.., hf~l god.. "T ZSd,ý .M5m I i 80Ds. A D rn eak, NoI . Y.qeuds, o rme , 4. O e*e r.or oW ered ldteP fo i. i ep o s, 5 O en'.f r s o rtri , 40 o xed ' 14 d eeboudof he dsol.. a suod y, a ýO to , d sh ort 0. 5B1 . 3 ,, -r Siý moa , o 8 caha. Cora weak,, And . o , dam, No. o OD alraies, AN MorAL ibe, Sta t t.h -ad .oi mea, shoulders o 6L.. 8 81 r, ler. W.8E, oar , short Boxe k lins or t odr yODAO, pINALWT 82 Dedlard dtreet, Moproo, La. The attention of the publio s led to est is a t andI super n u a lity to ta a ea*Ioetthe pbyic '- , . ; . . . c i EOM THE MAMMOTI POU"PBS TO THE WEDDING CARD. PLAIN, ORNA TAIAZD iARNCY P,!&gTI6, i 800R AS POSTERS, HANDBIý1B, PLACARDS, IqROUI~A8, BIUL .!AD8, BRIEFS, PROGRAMMES, BILLS OF LADING, CATALOGUSS LAW BLANKS, BALL TICKETS, PAMPHLETS, &o., de., &e. ALSO JOB WORK., OF ...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 17 June 1886

- -•  . L "L . - 0a. WJheewr. g ht ?m S, str attepth 1tpa id to all boua i a 1 Msms EmIS, *Fuosei . - No... Ilab, inr.n ' o. &c- >4'·.. - M . .... ...I 1 Y'-"a-..".... ~"4 "V ý':r,''...,, KEN. N I mA le - -. ea. a'UI',, d maoto e eash. Com weak, No. o . Oats, at rm, No. 2 t earn, a con, shoulders 0e; P o r ; .'b 0s , sh o rt SBoxed bouiders S elge1sides, .'O.se s short rib short clear, 6..65 -' moluaxroa 01 Ouachita Bakery. And Manulacturer of CaxL.ee. COassi so . SODA AND MINBERAL WATERB8, 3 Deliard Street, Moproe, La. PURU STICK CAIDY A SI'ECIALTY. The attention of the public is called to Sthat this candy is made in my own m--hihent, and i superior in quality to _-t earal4ly eredl to the public. l dr anything ii my line '-i receive prompt atteltion. 3. G. ItlBELER. MONROE BAKERY, Wain. GL MILLEB, Proprietor. VSmilis tnI~d with brid made of the ir eciiaal., ma , tketoes. 1U38ac1 l O 1.Tlga, . V u. 1 V W f eas S PfS THE MAMMOTH P08888 TO THE WRDDINO CARD. PL' , OUNAMTAT., AN...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 17 June 1886
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. — 18 June 1886

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1886. NO. 191 DAILY TELEGRAPH. ' - -G- A _ re. G(.W. ieCRANIE. Editor. Aj Cu th V. M. TELLES, Publisher and to Business Manager. Si Ii - - - - - - - - ---n A Prot. Against the Sunday Law. T `EouoE, La., June 18.--A be p. Inst Signing the Sunday Ti hI was filed with the Governor yosterday. It is signed by twenty members from the clty. of New $1 Orleans. .. , ; Will Issue a Maniftesto. $8 LONlDoN, June 18.-Most of the fic Parnellilo members of the House of fry Commons have left London and gone of to Ireland. Mr. Parnell and Mr. T. to P. Connor remain hero and will stay an until after the dissolution. When pr Parliament has been dissolved the 20 National league will hold a general fr< meeting in Dublin for the purpose of in considering the general party situan. tion. The meeting will issue a mani- so festo to the Irishmen of Great Britain, an fu The Congress will be Hl:ld. PARIS, June 18.-M. Goblet. minis- th ter of public instruction, has pro- ...

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. — 18 June 1886

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1886. NO. 191 III II- I I •I DAILY TELEGRAPH. G.W. MeCRANiE. Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. A Prot" Against the Sunday Law. ROUGE, La., June 18.-A p io'nstt Signing the Sunday la~ l was filed with the Governor yce.erday. It Is signed by twenty members from the city of New Orleans. Will Issue a Manifesto. LoNDos, June 18.-Most of the Parnellito members of the House of Commons have left London and gone to Ireland. Mr. Parnell and Mr. T. P. Connor remain hero and will stay until after the dissolution. When Parliament has been dissolved the National league will hold a general meeting in Dublin for the purpose of considering the general party situan tion. The meeting will issue a mani festo to the Irishmen of Great Britain. The Congress will be IlH:ld. PARIs, June 18.-M. Goblet. minis ter of public instruction, has pro. hibited the meeting of the church congress arranged to be held at Tou louse. The Archbishop of Toulouse says ...

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. — 18 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH 0. W. McORANIU. Wter MONROE,LA., JUNE 18, 1886. Another Connty Heard Fronm. The New Orleans City Item rastling, with the contingent political fun(d) of this district, has the following to say, under the heading, ",The Fifth Dis trict:" "S*ould the opposition to the return of Gen. Floyd King, for another term, take the direction now indicated by the sentiment which outcrops from the political wisdom and inhuence congre. gated at the State capital, the Con gressional mantle of the Fifth Distri~t will fall upon the shoulders of lion. John Murdoch, of Tensas parish. There are strong indications that the anti.King forces, which appear to steadily increase, will centralize upon this gentleman, who has shown great aptitude for legislative work as chair. man of the House Committee on Lands and Levees and in the active labors of the floor. "We believe Mr. Mlurdoch is a native of Jefferson county, Miss., though long a wealthy and successful planter of this State. Possessing a...

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. — 18 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. Official Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA. JUNE 17, 1886. CHEAP COLUMN--PAY LOCALS. ,iCE ! ICE ! ! Tce houses have been established 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. BAGGAGE BAGGAGE I! I desire to inform 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. VOG II. Shaves-Cha. IRadolph's eight shaves for a dollar is all the go. FOR SALE-Having secured a large and fineo lot of cypress timber I am enabeled to fill all orders for cypress shaved shingles o abhort notice. Address all orders to iH. T. BENOIT. Monroe, La. R~ RNT~-One good double cabin West tMot roo. Apply to IV. M...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 18 June 1886

DAILYTELEGRAPH MONROE, JUNE Is, 1Ss6. [For the Ounchita Tolograph.J 1861. JEFF1IRISON DAVIS. 1880. AT ;tE I)EDICATION OF THE CONFEDERATE MONUMIENT, MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA. Where are the hosts that round thoo stood On that eventful day of yore ? Where now the flag that o'er thee waved, Emblem of the hopes they bore? On every verdant hill and plain The green graves of that host are soenr, Buried hope, faith and valor vain, But we'll ever keep their mem'ry green. As one who from long sleep of death, From out the tomb arises now, With frosted head and shortened breath, And wasted form and furrowed brow, He somes and to a mighty throng, With feeble voice, but undimmed eye, Recalls the dark days, sad and long, Of those who fought-to bleed and die. But a holier fan than brass or stone, By every southern heart is seen, It rises o'er each lowly mound, On mountain top, or valley green, Where sleeps a hero of the past, Who died for those he loved so well, These monuments will ever last, While han...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 18 June 1886
Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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