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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 24 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPHi C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. oMia- Journal of the Ci.y .f Monroe MONROE. LA. JUNE 24, 1886. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. 1"I ICE ! ! Toe houses have been established at the foj4 n yard and at Jeter's Butcher Shop Ice delivered in lots of 10 lbs. and up wards tQ 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 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. VOGH. Shave--Chs. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is all the go. FOR SALE-Having secured a large and fine lot of cypress timber I am enabeled to fill all orders for cyprees shaved shingles on short notice. Address all orders to H. T. BENOIT. Monroe, La. TO 8UBSCRIBERs. Parties not receiving their paper regular. ly will confer a favor by ...

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. — 24 June 1886

DA APH 4, 1886. and take'te ch of the election gf a Republican, wa sy trot him out." Now what we d ire the News to tell the people is why King should be trotted lout to avoid a split in the party? Is there any eandidst oppo' sing Gen. King who will not stand to the decision of the Democratic con vention and support Kiag should he receive the nominaiion? Will Gen: King not abide the decision of the convention and support its nominee? If so where is the danger of a split in a party and the election of a Republican to Congresm from the Fifth District? If there is any candidate who will not acquiesce in the decision of the party as expressed in its convention-any candidate who will bolt the conven. tion if he is successful in the conven tion and run as an independent,, or otherwise, it is time the people were apprised of it. Dooe the News know any easuch candidate? If so please let the public know who be is, for if there is such an one we are decidedly in favor of giving him the opport...

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. — 25 June 1886

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1886. NO. 197 DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W MeCRANIE. dattor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. After Five Years BERLIN, June 25.-After fie years of dead lock between Prussia ind England over their respective rights to the appointment -of. the Protestant bishop of Jerusalom, Prussia has de cided to dissolve the compact of 1841, under which the two couintries agreed to alternate In the appointment and to found ain independent Prussian bishopric at the Holy city. It is thought that Dr. Ileiter, the German missionary, will be the first appointee under the new order Cengo National Imigration Company. WASRINGTON, June 25.- A certifil cate of incorporation of the United States and Oongo National Imigration company of this city has been filed with the recorder, The object of the Company is to run and operate a line of steam vessels from Baltimore to the Congo country, in Africa, and interm% eiliate places for the purpose of omig. ration and commerc...

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. — 25 June 1886

, a,,o , Jiw, , . Aberdeen, Miss., rejoices over the progress being made with the $75,000 United States government building which is being erected there. Mr. O. B. Matterson, a citizen of Utica. N. Y., has for the past four years been totally blind. He has suds denly and unexpectedly regained his sight and his vision is now as good as ever. It Is said that Yseult Dudley, who shot O'Donovan Roesa, will shortly be released from the Insane assylum, in which she has been kept by order of the Court, and sent back to England, it being hinted that a former admirer has been befrieneding her. What are the printers of Baton Rouge, Shreveport, Alexandria, Mon roe, Clinton and other places through. out the State doing toward inducing their legislators to exempt them from jury duty? Certainly they are harshly discriminated against, yet are as de serving of consideration as those who have been picked out for legislative favor.- City Item. Under the head of "Random Shots," the Gretna Sun says: ,"I...

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. — 25 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPIH. C. P, KELLER, Associate Editor. Oelial Joarnal of the City of Monroe MONROE. LA. JUNE 25, 1886. OHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. OC I ICE !! c le have been established at the -ol, -Oinn and at Jeter's Butcher Shop mla l St~r~ nta. Ice delivered in lots of kO lbs. and up wedd to parties who take that quantity larly every day. Parties wishing ice deiered 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 venience. All orders for the prompt de livery of baggage to and from trains and * bhOAel will receive my personal attention. V. F. VOGHI. Shaves-Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar Is all the go. IOR BALE-Having secured a large and fine lot of eypress timber I am enabeled to fill all orders for cypress shaved shingles on short notice. Address all orders to P IH. T. BENOIT. Monroe, La. TO SUBSCRIBERs. Parties not receiving thefr paper regular ij, will conf...

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. — 25 June 1886

There cotipiracy bet. ween two'heuiia boe.M and the dog of a South Wlndh farmer to deprive him of his rights in eggs One of the hens dally lays an egg in the deg-house and the dog daly oets It. The other ben lays her eggs In the horse's man gerand he eats it. Indeed, so fond is the steed of fresh eggs that be somne times lifts the hen eoff the nest to see if the egg has been laid. She (to young men who has been talknlog in a somewhat glo6my vein) "-Aren't you something of a pessimist, Mr. L. ?" Mr. L.-"I beg your par don ?" She-"Aren't you something of a peelmiLst ?" "Mr. L.-«-N-no; I'm a blcyclist."-&- Y. 2imes. Talking about bydrophobla, the latest cure is odd sad rather unpre possessing. A Spanieh physiean an nounces: It consist in following up the bile of a mad dog with the bite of a sane snake-viper, rattler, cobra, or what not, so long as he Is poisonous To get any good out of this cure one would have to go about with his pockets full of serpents during the dog days; and t...

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. — 26 June 1886

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1886. : . 198 DAILY TELEGRAPH. md ai. W. MeCRAIE Edtor, and, the f V. X. TELLES. Publisher and 14 Business Manager. be a -disc NEW YORK, June 26.-The total the imports of dry goods at this port TI during the last weak were valued at vote $1,745,869, and the amount thrown on pro( the market at $1,029,908. Ho . _bull NEW YORK June 26.-Onae.half mil- Vert lion gold bars hIas ben ordered for thir shipment' T - few LOUISVILLE, June 26.-The Repub.. tha Ilean State executive committee held of t a)long session Thursday night and deo- tlo elded to nominate einidates In their oug congressional district la the State. A Inc cmll was also made for 'John W. wo Yerkes, of D.nville, to oppose Joseph the Barbour, the Democratic nominee for up judge of the Superior Court. to TORONTO. June 26:-The provincial Oh government has decided to send $2,- bo 500 to Mayor McLean, of Vancoaver, are B. C., to aid the sufferers of the last lie flood. FI re Shot Whale Attemp...

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. — 26 June 1886

- AU THEY AL PE@T ply "oM IMATSR) R L4C D. NeW Orleans Daily States.] WAs$ms Trx, Jane 24.-Talks with the Louisiana Congressmen snow that they all expect to be renominated. Mr, Gay has received assurances that he can get the nomination without any serious opposition if be desires to return to conguesu. Mr. Wallace is certaln to be renominated on the splen. did run he made last time. Mr. St. Martin, it appears, will have rivals, and some formidable ones, but he ex pects to pull through. Mr. Irion will have the hardest race to make, while Messrs. Blanchard and King have walk overs. How our esteemed cotemporary can reconcile the above statement con oering Gen. King with the known facts in the Fifth distriot is a mystery we cannot solve; King a walk over ! Ask every parish from Madison to Olalborne.--iare port Times. The correspondent of the States ev idently expresses (en. King's views of the situatonrr' Perhaps it is well for the people to know that the General in tend, to have "a wa...

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. — 26 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. P, KELLER, Associate Editor. Oliciat Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA. JUNE 28. 1M88. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. CE I ICE !! Ioe houses have been established at the Cotton yard andt M Jetes Butcher Shop in Five Points. lee delivered in iots of 10 lbs. and up wards to parties who take that quantity rgarlyeveryday. Partties wishin iee ~elivered will notify Mr. Johnson at the Factory of the Monroe Ice Company. BAGGAGE I 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 recerie my personal attention. FOR SALE-Having seeured a large-and fine lot of cypress timber I am enablled to fill all orders for eypress shaved shingles on short notice. Addrem all orders to H. T. BENOIT. Monroe, La. TO SUIBCRIIERS. Parties not recelving their paper regular iy will confeo a fhvor by filing their com. plaints with the business manager. Mr. S. Meyer ...

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. — 26 June 1886

DAIL MONROE, JU Father roudden n b isep strictly to this rule, and that bli cash returns are not what they abould have been. The property which goes to make the $500,000 is in water bonds of different cites about here realt'ite in this city, Lynn, Ayres City and other places in Maasaehueltt, Illinois and other parts of they West and In Ireland. The church needed eeMrdghit to aso eommodate the large and prosperous congregation, but thits ' 'trot dcn. These facts beiQng ;YItaWtb e Ath r bishop he was displeased at the terms of the will. The fact that the Birth bishop did not attend th,. ( ratl of Father Crudden was much comment" ed on as an unusual proceeding when the old pastor was buried. Miss Crudden is Iboked upon i with meb disfavor. She was cloes to hea brother the paster, for many yeas,, and some time before his death it was reported that he was not In full possession of his senses. He was in feeble health for years. The case attracts intense from clergy and laity, and its ...

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. — 28 June 1886

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., MONDAY, JUNE 28, _ NO. 199 DAILY TELEGRAPH. G.W. MeORAIlE. Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. Accept the Offer. WASHINGTON, June 28.--'he granit cutters have decided to accept the bosses' offer and go to work at nine hours a day or forty cents per hour' until the let of November, after which they will work eight hours a day. ------------ e- . . . A New Water-Way Discovered. BRUSSELS, June 28.-The ainounce moet that a now water way from et it to west has been discovered across Cen tral Africa and the Saskur and Kas. earl Rivers have been proved easily navigable for nearly their entire length has created profound interest here. Increase the Capital Stock. AusTIN, Tex., June 27.-The Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe railroad Satur day filed with the Secretary ct State an amendment to its charter providing for the increase of the capital stock to $10,000,000, and further provides for the construction of all projected bran. ches and extensions. Hanged fo...

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. — 28 June 1886

MONROELA., RAILROAD RAT One of the aims of the several state commerce bills before Con is to prevent the railroads from making excessive rates to Interior and non-competitive points. Some of the roads in this State and Miasissippi have the most extraordinary differen tial rates between points on a stream where they can be reached by boat, or on another railroad line, and points In the Interior beyond the reich of competition; but we have heard of no more striking case than the following in regard to the rates to Ruston, into Lincolon parish, on the Vicksburg, Shreveport and PacificBailroad. Certain patties shipping cotton tics to Ruston, found that the rate from here to Monroe by rail was 24 cents per 100 pounds, and by boat 20 cents. Monroo Is a competitive point, since it Is reached by the Ouachita packets as well as by the Vicksburg, Shreven port'and Pacific Railroad; The Ouach. Its boat was offered 500 bundles of cotton ties for Ruston; but before tas king them the road was tele...

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. — 28 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. 1, KELLER, Associate Editor. Official Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA. JUNE 28, 1886. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. ICE ICE! t 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 the Factory of the Monroe ee Company. BAGGAGE ! i AGE 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. VOGH. FOR SALE-Having secured a large and fine lot of cypress timber I am enabeled to 1111 all orders for cypress shaved shingles on short notice. Address all orders to H. T. BENOIT, Monroe, La. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Parties not receiving their paper regular. ly will confer a favor by filing their coin plaints with the business ma...

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. — 28 June 1886

, .RAPH RAT bold;ey - eral uand, ono to fire a volle,8 froy , and then charge again in tha.. ..ung-out fashion. A blind man could tell when Jackson's men were in two miles of himn if they were fighting. And that's the Way our men, and the others, found out at first Cold Harbor that Jackson wasef't where a good many thought be was. The confirmation by the Senate of all but a baker's dozen of the nom. inations of the President thus far acted on has put a stop to most of the talk about the appointment of "Jail birds" to office. A high old moral party like that represented by the Republican Senators could never "advice and con sent" to the appointment of bad men to office. Shades of Belknap, Robeson Dorsey, Kilpatrick, and Hurlbart for bid-B-oston Perald. A sheet of ordinary paper warmed in front of a fire, will, in a dark place give a very decided electric spark upon the application of the knuckle, with a crackling sound. Place a sheet of gold leaf between two sheets of paper thus elec...

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. — 29 June 1886

OL. 1. MONROE, LA., TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1886. . 200 Jil... . .H nm nunna n DAILY TELEGRAPH. I G.W. MeCCRANIE, Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and e Business Manager. I __________ Chalmers Will Oppose Morgan. NEW ORLEANS, June 29.-The b Picayune's Vicksburg special says: s, Gen. James R. Chalmers will oppose t( Morgan for Congress in the Second dis- q trict. The general says he considers n has chances of success good if there is R hope of a fair count, and le thinks R there is, resulting from disappointment it with the national and State Democra. v tic administrations. Louisiana Legislature. BATON ROUGE, Jnno 29.-Mr. g Laroque, of Orleans, presented the C followlng, which was adoped by a ri large majority. as Whereas, the Senate refuses to take h action upon the House resolution of g the 20th instant Instructing the man- d agers in the Impeachment trial of the n Fontelieu case to withdraw the char ges preferred against him and to dise 0 continue the trail; and. 0 Whereas, the House 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. — 29 June 1886

DAILY The following is taken from the Ba- fr on Rouge Capitollan Advocate of the it 26th inst., and is significant in itself. The race for Congress In this district will undoubtedly be an exciting one P and thesuccessful candidate will have r( to run lively to get there first: tC "We take pleasure in acknowledg Ing the call, yesterday, of Judge John Young, of Clalborne. The Judge has i entered the contest for the Congress tonal nomination in the Fifth District, and will break a lance with General King when the time comes. Hle is conscious of the fact tthat Gen. King and himself will not be allowed to fight it out themselves. There is any quantity of Congressional timber in i that fortunate district. Judge Young will doubtless be a formidable compet. Itor in the race." C A mysterious attraction at an ice cream festival In a Methodists church at Alleghany city; Pa., was termed the "humanilphone," and an extra charge was made for admission to the lace of performance. On entering e room...

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 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH.' C. I', KELLEA, Associate Editor. Official Journal, of the City-of Monroe :MONROE, LA. JUNE 29, 1886. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. ICE I ICE !I Ice houses have been established at the Cotton yard and at Jeter's- JButcher Shop in Five Points. Ice delivered in lots of 10 lbs. and up wards to parties who take that quantity I regularly every day. Parties wishing ice delivered will notify Mr* Johnson at the Factory of the Monroe Ice Company. BAGGAGE I BAGGAGE ! I desire to inform the public that I am C now running a single dray for its con venience. All orders for the prompt de livery of baggage to and from trains and t hotels will receive my personal attention. V. F. VOGH. FOR SALE-Having secured a large and fine lot of cypress timber I am enabeled to fill all orders for cypress shaved shingles on short notice. Address All orders to If. T. BENOIT. Monroe, La. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Parties not receiving their paper regular ly will confer a favor by filing their com plaints with th...

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 June 1886

DAILY MONROE.IIA. The following is taken from the Ba on Rouge Capitollan Advocate of the 26th inst., and is significant in itself. The race for Congress in this district will undoubtedly be an exciting one and thesucceeessful candidate will have to run lively to get there first: ",We take pleasure in acknowledg ing the call, yesterday, of Judge John Young, of Claiborne. The Judge has entered the contest for the Congress. tonal nomination in the Fifth District, and will break a lance with General King when the time comes. He is conscious of the fact tthat Gen. King and himself will not be allowed to fight it out themselves. There is any quantity of Congressional timber in that fortunate district. Judge Young will doubtless be a formidable compet. itor in the race." A mysterious attraction at an ice cream festival in a Methodists church at Alleghebany city; Pa., was termed the "humaniphone," and an extra charge was made for admission to the face of performance. On entering e room the ...

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. — 29 June 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. P. KELLESI, Associate Editor. Official Journal. of the City-Of Monroe :MONROE, LA. JUNE 29, 1886. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. ICEI 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 the Factory of the Monroe Ice Company. BAGGAGE I BAGGAGE I I I desire to inform the public that I am now running a single dray for its con vonience. All orders for the prompt de livery of baggage to and from trains and hotels will receive my personal attention. V. F. VOGH. FOR SALE--Having secured a large and fine lot of cypress 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 SUBSCIBIEIS. Parties not receiving their paper regular ly will confer a favor by filing their com plaints with the busin...

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. — 29 June 1886

SAAPPH MONROE, . . 29, 1886. went up a crrek towasd the White Rain Mountains. The Big Horn ran ges were covered with snow. We waited four days, and then went over to the Woj Mountains. It has been popularly supposed that Uusterenteaed the river, but such was not the case. , There were no ceremonies or exercl Fes gone througl, with on the field last Friday. There is some talk of an extra session of the Legislature. One day last week we asked one of our modern Solons, one who many a day has followed a plow beneath a burning Louisiana sun in June, and be replied: Naw, Its too hot. Perhaps, later In Decem ber, when its cooler."-Ex. A TOUCHING INCIDENT. An incident occured at the city hall yesterday which excited a great deal of sympathy, and at the same time arroused no little indignation in the health department. Mrs. Minnie C. Ashworth, a tidy little woman, ap pealed to Secretary A. R. Carter, with tears in her eyes and voice choked with sobs, to bury her dead infant a little boy 7 mo...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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