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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 19 June 1886

.01 I LIt VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 19,_: 1886. NO. 192 DAILY TELEGRAPH. •- ,t ,- -~ - ....... G.W. ecCRANIIE. Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. Nominated. LOUISVILLE, June 19.-After a stormy night session the Democratic convention at Lebanon, Ky., nomi nateol Joseph Barbou, for judge of the Superior Court. Only Eighteen Have Returned to Duty. CHICAGO, June 19.-Only eighteen of the sixtysseven officers wounded at the Haymarket riot returned to duty. The death of Nets Hansen at the hose pital this week was the seventh death. Sixteen are still unable to leave their beds. Forty two in all have not yet reported for duty. Alfray at Panama. PANAMA, June 19.-A terrible affray has occurred at Bogota, the capital of the Republic, between the guard of the prisons and members of one of the national battalions. One general, several officers and three sol diers were killed. The affray is looked upon as the outcome of an old grudge between the guards and the soldiers...

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. — 19 June 1886

H G. MONROE,LA., J 1886. The New Orleans States of Thursday has twenty-nine columns of delinquent tax sales advertisements. Asiatic cholera has passed from Italy into Austria. Two authentic cases ap peared yesterday in Trieste. The colored societies of Shrevepurt are to-day celebrating the anniversary of Lincoln's emancipation proclama tion. One hundred and fifty mocking birds were shipped from Shreveport to St. Louis by express yesterday. They were consigned to different parties in St. Louis. Gen. Gilmore, the president of the Mississippi River Commission, has written to Senator Gibson, sitting down pretty heavily on the Cowden outlet scheme. The representatives of the "wet" and the "dry" interests in the several counties of Mississippi which lately voted on the subject of prohibition, are not satisfied with the result as it stands. The courts will be asked to Intervene. Daniel Daugherty, convicted at New Orleans of having killed his wife on the night of the 17th or morning of 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. — 19 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. Oficial Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA. JUNE 18, 1886. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. ICE I ICE ! Ice 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 tile Factory of the Monroe Ice Company. BAGGAGE I BAGGAGE II 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. VOH. Slave.-Cha. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is allthe go. FIOR RENT-The Baptist Parsonage. For I" terms. Apply at the Parsonage. FOR SALE-Having secured a large and fine lot of cypress timber I am enabeled to fill all orders for cypress shaved shingles on snhort notice. Address all orders to H. T. BENOIT. 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. — 19 June 1886

MO "ONR 1886. THE ABUSE NAICOTICiC . Without going so far as to affirm the sweeping-propositloo that "it is now the exception to find a man or woman of middle age who is not more or less addieted to the abuse of morphia, chloral, bromide of potassium, or other sleep Inducers or pain relievers, we agree with the Lancers that such drugs are In too common use. We doubt, however, wether there Is much profit in warning people against them. There usn be few who do not know that a freluent resort to narcotics, whether for one purpose or another almost inevitable creates a permanent craving which at last renders the vic tim perfectly reckless of consequences This is as fully recognased as that ex cessive indulgence in stimulants or tea or tobacco produces injurious effect on the constitution. In spite of that knowledge, however, men continue in drinking until they become dipeos manics, or smoking until nicotine poisoning sets in, while mem bers of the other sex still ruin their nervous syst...

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. — 21 June 1886

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1886. NO. 193 DAILY TELEGRAPH. G.W, EeCRAlNI1, Editor. V. M. TELLESR Publisher and Business Manager. Fire. ST. Lotis, Ju ne 20.-A fire broke out about midnight Saturday night in the shops of the Missouri car and Foundry Works. An alarm was turned in eas soon as It was discovered, c and two enginr3 were soon on the spot. They, however, were unable to control the flames, and a second alarm was given. Before it was answered, however, the flames, owing to the inflammable nature of the contents of the b uding, spread rapidly, deipite the firemen's t efforts. The works were almost com-n pletely destroyed, Lcss between $150, 1 000 and $200,000, partially covered by insurance. A Decision. NEW YORIK June 20.-Judge Cox of I the United States circuit court, in 4 deciding Saturday against the plaintiff In the case of Joseph Netherchift, vs. I Collector Rober'son, of the port of New York, said that the supreme I court will probably be called upon to settle t...

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. — 21 June 1886

WHO Is RESPOs BLE -I It is a misfortune that every voter in the Fifth Congressional District can not have a copy of the Congressional Record of the 12th of June 1886.In that Record, they could read for themselves the great debate on forfeited land grants to railroad corporations. In this debate, Senators Eustls, George, Call, Saolsbury, and others emphati cally declared that it Is the right and duty of the Government to declare every acre forfeited not earned within the time prescribed by the grant. These great statesmen supported that proposition with vigor and earnestness and declared that the Supreme Court of the United States have never de cided that Congress could not forfeit lands situated as are those granted to the V., S. & T. railroad, between Men roe and ,Shreveport. On the other hand, Senator Sherman and other sene ators who opposed the forfeiture on equitable grounds, unanimouslmously declared that Congress should have for feited these grants when the terms ex pired....

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. — 21 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. U. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. Official Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE. LA. JUNE 21, 1886. oLCHEAP N-PA LOCALS. ICE I ICE I t Ice houses have been established at the Cotton yard and at Jeter's Butcher Shop in live Points. eIe 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 I BAGGAGE II I desire to inform the public that I am now running a single dray for its con vonlence. 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'seight shaves for a dollar is all the go. FOR RENT-The Baptist Parsonage. For terms. Apply at the Parsonage. FOR SALE-Having secured a large and fine lot of cypress timber I am enabeled to till all'orders for cypress shaved shingles on short notice. Address all orders to H. T. BENOIT. Monroe, La...

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. — 21 June 1886

ORAPH WHO Is aE .21, 1886. It is a miafortune In the Fifth Congo -- - - not have a co A STEAK. do oft , h a steak may seem a very sa process' yet bow many cooks there are Who cannot do it artis* tically. The following directions are submitted for the information of model housewives who appreciate the impor. tance of good cooking : Cut the steak in slices half an Inch thick, and chop with a chopping knife (a carving knife will answer), have trying pan hot, not warm; grease the pan and put the steak in it, put a lid on a few minutes then turn the steak, putting the lid on again and put where it will not cook too fast (after it is seared so as to keep in the juice); hbeve a deep dish with melted butter, pepper and salt; put the steak in when done and serve while hot. This is also a nice way to broil chickens. "Aunt" Sally Homan-Webb-Smith. Curlis-Grey, the relict of five husbands, died at Bag Harbor, L. I., recently. By her will she left her property (ten thousand dollars) to the son 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. — 22 June 1886

VOL. 1. ONROE, LA., TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1886. NO. 194 DAILY TELEGRAPH. V. M. TELJj8. 3ablgs r and Bullteass Mahager. Burned. HAMnUacn , June 22.-The sugar and cotton wrebhoa~e., .f Paut jaobs, In this city, ies been destroyed by fire, The lose is $250,000. International French Convention, RUTLAND, Vt. June 22,-The Inter, national French convention which as sembleos here this week , Will be com posed of French speaking people of the United States and Canada. The number of delegates Is 300. Tuesday and Wednesdqy will be occupied in the dllecsselon of literary and' political subjects pgrtainigg to their interests. Dlssatisfied Bavarians, MuvNIC, Juno 22.-Murmurs are. heard on all sides regarding the treat meout of the late king. The people ask why his body was not interred in the grave of his fathers in the Theatonier church, Instead of being placed in a vault containing the bodies of distant relativ s,,apd in which a stember of eiT ryalh family was aever before buried. The reason given ...

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. — 22 June 1886

21, 1880. L' MOi~ .e_____ __ The River and Harbor bills adopted by Oohgrees for many years past con tain liberal appropriations for the Im provement of rivers whose namm do not appear on any map that ever was printed. Unknown creeks, small lon lets, unimportant harbors, crooked and steep rivers, running through com paratively poor and thinly populated sections of the country, constantly re. ceive the protecting care of the Gov. erament, and we do not complain. But we live on a river whose name is known far and wide-a river whose beautiful valley is not surpassed in fertility and climate by any in the world-a river the best adapted for navigation of any in the country-a river whose bosom is broad, whose Inm clination or fall Is very slight, whose banks do not cave, which does not overflow, and on which a mighty traffic is carried on by a vast and pop ulous country for six months of the year. Yet, strange to say, the name of the Ouachlt ver is scarcely recoga naled in Congrtp above a...

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. — 22 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH, C. P. KELLER, Associtte Editor. Oleial Joursal o*fhe. qiyqf'Ionroe MONROBE IA. JUIE 22, -186. CNEA' 000) M#t I LOCALS. CE 2 ICE!! Tee housia ., lisabi at the notton ,Jerb . _ her SBop Ice delivered I 10 lbs. and up wards t& partie e' that quantity regularly evry . irthes wishing ice delivered will noy Mr. Johnson at the Factory of the Monroe foe Company. AUPAU* I BAGGAGE I I I desire to rnofrm tfe publio that I am now ranl s a singe dray for its con ventenace. eders for the prompt de livery of bahogg to and from trimas and hotels will vnIe vhi personal attention. V. F. VOG}H. Shaves-Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is allthe go. FOR RENT--The Baptist Parsonage. For r terms. Apply at the Parsonage. OR SALER-Having secured a large and fine lot of ¶ypress timber I am enabeled to fill all orders for cypress shaved shingles on short notice. Address all orders to H. T..BENOIT. Monroe, La. TO IUDICRIIERS. Parties not receiving their paper regular ly will con...

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. — 22 June 1886

-* Y-_21, 1886. MONi) % ..ne . The River and Harbor bills adopted by Obtigress for many years past con tain liberal appropriations for the im provement of rivers whose 'names do not appear on any map that ever was printed. Unknown creeks, small In lets, unimportant harbore, crooked and steep rivers, running through com paratively poor and thinly populated sections of the country, constantly re. calve the protecting care of the Gov emnment, and we do not complain. Bat we live on a river whose name Is known far and wide-a river whose beautiful valley is not surpassed in fertility and climate by any In the world-a river the best adapted for navigation of any in the country-a river whose bosom is broad, whose in. clination or fall is very slight, whose banks do not cave, which does not overflow, and on which a mighty traffie is carried on by a vast and popa ulous country for six months of the year. Yet, strange to say, the name of the Ouachita ver is scarcely recog. nixed in Congre abov...

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. — 22 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH:i -------i---- C. P. KELLER, Assoe1teaEditor. Oteal Journal * the: 4}y qfonroe MONROE. LA. JUIE 22, 1886. CnA ooCLM, LOCALS. ICE i IcE ! !r toe n aft .5Ulishbd at the Five y ar Jetsr% lher Shop in Pie Ice dellvered I 10 lb. and up wards ta paLtie e that quantity vr arly Pry is wishing ice evered will y Mr- Johnson at the Factory of the Mon.,e Ice Company. I desire to tbrn e pubi that I am now runaala a single dray for its con ventence. l oLlrders for the prompt de ivery ob ~ to and from trmns and hotels will ve r ,a' personal attention. • •V. F. VOGH. Shaves-Churs. Randolph's eight shaves for a dolar is allthe go. FOR RENT-The Baptist Parsonage. For terms. Apply at the Parsonage. FOR SALE-Having secured a large and fine lot of Sypress timber I am enabeled to fill all orders for cypress shaved shingles on short notice. Address alL orders, to H. T..BENOIT. Monroe, La. - ----_----- TO SUURBCRI3jERS, Parties not receiving their paper regular ly will confbr a fav...

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. — 22 June 1886

DA L ý'ý E GRAPH MONaRO, JUNE 22, s188. Half of them Lave been shopping and wasting their time, while we-you and I, dear boy-who have; worket so0 hard and are so extwemely tlid out, must stand. I dq not like demoewatle countries." The pretty young girl looked up in amuaemeat. The rude young fllows looked down, perfectly aware that every one of their remarks lid been overheard by the fair occupant in the seat. Severas other people glanced in the directiou of the trio, the youths having dropped the sotto voce with which they had commenced their re marks and raised their voices consider ably. The girl smiled maliciously. A look of surled her upper lip and she seemed as though she were bracing herself to make an efort. Presently, while most of the adjacent passengers were looking at her to see what she would do, she arose and faced the young man. "I am sorry," she faltered, with seeming nervousness, .,"that you can not sit down. I ought to have thought of it before. Pray excuse me, 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. — 23 June 1886

L . ..WE 2- 1886. le.a 195 VOL. i. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1886. '" ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ a •Ilr- .. ... ] I- lll- ..... .. - A ,, b , ! DAILY TELEGRAPH. a *.at., ly organ v. . r anda . #drnefi Business a Mnaer. lIng Ofi Owen a The Texas and Pacioc Railroad, tary an' re .o e For p'Oe e rnd Werg, L.uis railway, bas bled his report of of New reoreipt4q aid dsbunementse from Feb- of Hart rusary 1, 180, t4April 80, 1888, as fol- assoclai lows : I Si 8,g,) 07; , dis' The c bursements, $248,889 98; balance on to mee hand, $13,95Q Q9i ' , I Drowned. . Dmvgan, Jheme 2 G3A- - lenwood Judge speclal to the RepbI k . sat' Monday to B, ·twW Ps sle ag gg Itrb men Judge were esasQnl , the rpeWsripeusal BBT brideMsA t tsi RPdr'g Foak, one Of ber in the posts to which the cable was kg fastened was pulled out of the ground were end be, tbree Were thrown Into the lder s.elfwincUrtt. The two men clung to a wid t; osope:wble, w t wshed agalnit the bank and were rescued, but the young lady was...

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. — 23 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH .i.sM. em,58 ter5. LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY. 19 IUe spirit of the mosq enlightened statei nansbip the United States Gov -~resu et'. donated to Loulelana, as to :oier states, the funds to establish an Iilitution for Military Literary, and Industrialt Education. This endow ment came direct from the general government: The. amount of these funds was fixed and recognised by the )oastllution of 1879, and, of course, such funds can never be despoiled or diverted from the purposes for whieb they were granted unlesm one state for. felts her most solemn trust and repu diates her most sacred obligation. Yet there are advocates-Heaven save the work-of such spoliation I The funds given by Congress are suficient to pay the tuition, to furnish ample facilities for the highest educa tion to all who are able to pay the ex4 peases of board and lodging. Thanks to the munificence of the Government, Louislana, without expense to her own citizens, has a fully equipped and furnished -Univers...

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. — 23 June 1886

t e " e ,i ~7A U4 i' Editor. .. .MOROI-, LA.JUNE 2s, 1598. SU Y LOCALS. ory the onroeat the her shop Ice deliverarl id lo lbs. and up deliee will notify Mr- Johnson at the Factory of the Monroe lop a oapany. 'AGGAtA I UAOGA]gEt Ii I desire to inform the pnblthat I am now running a single dry ": r its cons venience. All orders t de If t l and ~irseew attentlon. TrVOGH. ave--Cs. hlh' hshates for ,,dollar isaUlbl o.' . .... FORR RENT-The Baptist P'as~iage. Pot - terms. Apply at the Parsonage. , OttAL-s-avlng seoureds l .rge and 4 'lot of qypresa timber I Stn enabeled to fi all orders for cyprees shaid shingles on short notli. Addre a Oa Monrob, La. Parties not recTvlag theira-peraregular ly will confer a favor by flng thC r com plainkts with tj9 pp0esig pawnaa. 1 Mr.,. Van leiver has rented the Baptist Parsonage, and wlU move therein shortly. it" hundred Barrels Corn Meal, just reel*cW and for ate at $2.50 p er bart reJ. at. B, J. Nelson's. The rieer at this point is falling sloW...

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. — 23 June 1886

DAILY TCL( of wJiM dlredld hbol brqght-' a to ground, b4 b h a atJ ekedr  the dogs, two of which he killed befre another shot from Mr, Watter' 'gun laid t "e -varmint" IorUW..lea odlpr g to the report thee n l, n lheaa ,d ai; feet in Ig4 lt V Ldtlj3 toy iiW of tail, two and a half feet in height, and weibed ver ISS1popnds. I' hA4 a very broad breast, Imdlesting, it, muscular power, and ibs rid to taW resembled 'd' jiguar, or Ainertc in tiger more tUan tbq .panther. The day b6re ii . Wiikr samd Marten made Iheir eteeedenal heat the feroci ous beast they slew bid killed two colts belonging to Wmi. Graves, Prior to that time $ oucmh of doer", eattle' and hogs had fallen victims to his car nivorous appetite. The disco4erV of tracks back of the Orange Grove Plan tattlom iilar" to i'tt- ~0in!l - than thsee gap qbl the beast that' has ~bee killed leads to the belief tht bhie mate is wandering about that locality. Donaldsolnile Chief. wU. T. CANNON, Batcher, --Dealer in FRE1S :1ME ATS,, GA...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 24 June 1886

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1886. NO. 196 DAILY TELEGRAPH. V. N. T" 14 ruapuiae. and Business Manager. A Mud Drum Explodes. NEW C4LEANs, June 24.-Tbe mad drum of % 41 ,?4 41t iototi press exploded, killing Adolphus Clark, colored firemap, and dangerously scalding George Clann. Damage to building and machinery $10,000. Grover Settles His Bill. BALTIMORE, 'iMd, Juane 24.-A check for the full amount of his expen sea at Deer Park was Tuesday sent by President Cleveland to the Baltimore aqt. Oli9 . Railway company. In the letter indcoslng hiis check the president expresse4 Pýt appreeiian bf the at tention himself and Mrs. Cleveladd re. celved. The Canada Fisheries. MONTREAL, June 24.-Honorable Mr. Obaplean, secretary of state, re. tferring yesterday to the fishery ques. tlion, said it might involve Canada In serious complications, but he had faith i~ 1P dent Cleveland and Coo gma~ e al1t ad no doubt the question would shortly be brdught to a pract ical and equitable solutio...

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. — 24 June 1886

CONGRESSIONAL CAmIrAIGN. Open Letter to Col. C. H. Moore. Hon. C. H. Moore, New Orleans, La. DEAR SIR--Mr. A. W. Crandall, I notice, has called a meeting of his committee to be held at Rayville, July 2d. What action do you, as chairman of your committee propose to take? It suggestions are in order, I would suggest that you call a meets lug of your committee for the same time and place. The reasons for this are obvious. It is highly desirable that all dissensions In the party should be healed before the congressional cam paign opens, and it appdars to me that this can be accomplished only by the united action of the two commit tees. It will not be sufficient for your committee to remain silent. If you could guarantee that your committee would meet soon afterwards and eno dorse the action to be taken on July 2d, that would be a partial solution of the difficulty, but by no means so sat. isfactory as the united action of the two committees. The matter deeply interests all who have at h...

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