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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 20 January 1871

VOL.1. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1871. X'-- 4 32. --1 1 1 THE TELEGRAP H: An Independent*Newspaper ; PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, AT MOmO!, 00ACI~ t'k ARIs; ., BY e. W. IeCRANIE. Single copies............................. 10 One copy per week.................... 50 Five copies per week .......................... 2,00 One copy for three months.......... 4,00 Five co el, one addiees,*br 3 *enths.. 1T,50 er-If not paid in. advsee 2B per ceat.wll be added to the above rates. TERM8 OF WEEEZY: The followingrates of subscription will be rigidly adhered to in all cases: Single copies............................... ......... 10 one copy for six months.................... 2,00 One copy for one year........................ 3,00 Arrival and Beparture of the Malls. From Monroe to Vidksburg-Carrying all mail Tmatter for the Western, Eesrn, Middle, Pacific and Atlantic States, and New Orleans, peperts daily at A. M.; Arrives daily at 7 P. M. (Sundays except ed.) From Shreveport to Monroe Ar...

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. — 20 January 1871

Thre Rang!ct9a11 pb. Pwk1inhjle act 46M. ME. MONROE, LA., JANUARY 20, 1871. TELEGRAPHIC. [Special to the Daily Telegraph.] Congressional Proceedings. The NeW''Yoerk Money- " ck-wp." New Orlema and Vifcksburg Items. Chancey Still Retreating. Troched uito Paris. Conference on the Eastern Question in Session-Bold Stands of Prussia and Russia. Count Bismarck Recovering. Capture and Loss of 11,000 Germans Cotton Quiet. WAURINOTON. WASH INGTO Jdn.. 19.-Revenue stamps are required upon the renewal of insurance policies. The (tba,with 'enthn prisoners, has not yet been signalled. Fog outside. Will probably not arrive until to-mor row. House--A bill for the consolidation of the Indian tribes was introduced. The object is to bring all the Indians under one government, and to bring the Indians of the plains under the in fluence of eivilized Indians. ,ASete-A bill abolishing the title of Admiral and Vice Admiral of the Navy, upon vacancy, was introduced and passed. A resolution for a special c...

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. — 20 January 1871

MONROE, LA., JANUARY 20, 1871. .--- - - - i Generals Ewell and Gordon were in New Orleans on the 16th inst. Hon. J. C. Conner, M. C., will accept our thanks for Congressional favors. Bard's True Georgian is issued now as a weekly only. Bard says it is a "permanent fixture." The Rev. C. F. Evans has been a third time assigned to the charge of the M. E. Church at Monroe, a deserved compliment to a laborious and energetic pastor. La Varlete Association, of New Or leans, have secured stock tothe amount of $200,000 to rebuild the Varieties Theatre. It is thought a site for the building will be selected on Canal street. A very good ide&. The first number of Our Home Jour nal, published in New Orleans, by J. H. Hummel, and devoted to agricul ture, science, art, &c., is upon our table. The Journal is a folio of 16 pages, is. very neatly printed, and will make a valuable addition to the newspaper literature of the State. Price, $3 00 per aDnnum. GODIEY's LADY'S BooK.-We have received...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 20 January 1871

MONROE ADVERTISEMENTS. T. T" ipTQJ' BOOK STORE, STATIONER Y, MUSIC AND LATE PAPERS', TOYS & CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, Grand street, Monroe, La. decl2-d3m SUACHITA LIVERY AND SALE STABLE. H. G. DOBSON, proprietor. lbrner Third and DelSard Streeta, MONROE, LA. HorsV ies, Al6.1Ue *as br hire. Hzrorsesa mpule boult ,nd solmd. Good lota fobr Drovers cohnecned with the stable. Shreveportage Office at this stable. F. ENDOM, DeS6ld Ave--nroe, La. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE. paE Horses, buggies, carriages, Ac., for sale or hire. Careful drivers always on hand. decl2-3m * SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. OUACHITA FEMALE ACADEMY, MONROE, LA., Rev. T. B. Lawson. M. A., Rector and Pro jfessor of Ancient Languages. Miss Sallie Cbx, Principal, and Teacher of English, Rhetoric and Mathematics. Miss Beverly B. Cox, Teacher of the Primary Department. Mrs. M. J. Lacy, Matron, and Teacher of Grammar and Arithmetic. J. O. Roberts, Prof. of M.lsic, Vocal and Instruiomental. The Ouachita Female Academy is in sue cesfal op...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 21 January 1871

ne m an ye ws ...ILIRII~n er/n~ LD.3. VOL.1. MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1871. 1*0 33. THE TELEGRAPH TA1I euOmeAnt ffworu ru PUBLI8NZD DAILY A"D WNRXLY, AT KitONROE, OQAOMITA MPARIe, LA., BY 0. W. RecANlIL TE311RM Of DAXLTz Single copies.................. ........... .......$ 10 One copy per week....... ................. 50 Five copies per week.......................... 2,00 One oopyfor tbrne eonus................... 4,00 Tive 6pies, one addrs, for months.. 17,50 I- f not paid in eadance 25 per eent.will be added to the above rates. T33,dM OMf W3aULT : The following rates of subscriptio will be rigidly adhered to in all cases: Single copies ................................... 10 One copy for ix months .................... 2,00 One copy for one year........................ 3,00 Arrival and Departure of the Malls. From Monroe to Vicksburg-Carrying all mail matter for the Weatern, Fatern, Middle, Pacific and Atlantic States, and New Orleans, Departs daily at 6 A. M.; Arrives dai...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 21 January 1871

MONROE, LA., JANUARY 21, 1871. PII NO 0N COEUBRCIAL WA? ne othe ioest frequent inquiries made at a'ddsi p 1~'Wls t you no bank ?" AqA eota mA.dlvbvi* - mercial centers, it appears extreme y absurd and, inexzpape, that there should not be a bank at some point in thy fog gi1 glthy region, to facilitate commercial trans actiQ $pO, o p~i the 9ountry ip times of nee. .With. tthos whW:p edaib availing themselves of the advantages of a nlk, fltis, 6 Ie ftiiuhtal, and their inference,, tM. we . : -ea ou-pro Not thebbwrat ' theh, ieeble 'eflbrts hafe not "t mani de andi some le igsla. tion anvkd'st"1' Jislsi d bank; but these etfs have invariably been ex hausted in wind-work and' speculation. We take leave to say that enough spouting and pledging have been done in Monroe, and vicinity, to organise and set to work not less than half-a dozen banks. Is it not tlmey with the wealthy commerce of this region to back the enterprise, that the para mount need of that commerce, should be suppil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 21 January 1871

MONROE, LA., JANUARY ýS, 171. NOON DISPAT S. LATE' i TLLU C' 1'i guns ,havei en. diteaanted ,byneiv French baitt~t 5 6i1s. Favre asxs (pr, saei a ,. ~ o gh the German lie , to-dtitd1 CYB'on ference. TheDiploematic Corps, exeat Ameri. cans, (~aeo ve to pa 4p.1 ris. The Prussans rh.se per . The Polish members o 4"Pru s Diet, only, dissent frori coaigratdlatory4 resolutions to the new Empbero Of err many. Paris claims to have provislons td the middle of March. Prussiaps have captured French on -the Swiss frontier. Inhabitants are flying into Switzer land. A balloon has landed in Belgium. PARIs, Jan. 18.-The bombardmei t is causing considerable damage, but fires are easily extinguished. Some mills, for grinding corn, have been dam aged, causing scarcity of meal. Three hundred shells have fallen in Longuey. WASHINGTON, Jan. 21.-The House is in session for argument. The Senate is not in session. The bill territorializing the District of Columbia is the main topic. It has already passed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 21 January 1871

S,,..Q---)l --Oi iA Ls-U ^ BOOK SR R' , RTAIONE Y, MUSIC AND LATE PAPERS, TOYS & CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, Grand street, Monroe, La. decld8m 0UACmItA L'V Y AXD SAL STABLE. H. G. IOBBSON, Proprietor. Cbrner Third and Deasrd Sbeda, MopmoN,LA. Horr~se liats ac kptr hire. Horsse and Muls bough and mol, d. Good lots for Drovers oonweatd th the stable. Shm tgrtSee (c5 at altabble. decl-dam F ENDOM, D&kard dSree-Monroe, Ia. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE. - Horses, buggles, eariages, Ac., for sale or hire. Careful drivers always on hand. decl2.--m pICO A CO., MONROE, LA., Keep always on hand a full stock of PLANTATION SUPPLIES', LIQUORS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, DR Y GOODS, &c., &c, for sale at moderate prices. Highest prices paid for COTTON, HIDES, &c., -AND LIBERAL CASH AD VANCES made on consignments to our merchants in New Orleans, dec 12-d8m SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. LOUISIA1 A STATE UNIVERSITY, (Name changed from La. State Seminary.) BATON ROUbE, LA.* FOUNDED AND SUPPORTED BY TEE STAT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 23 January 1871

Ibe PaiAD Jtlqtij. VOL.1. • MONROE, LA., MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1871. NO. 34. -q I.INI3Ill I I rm ,q ia , l m - ' , iv ! i THE TELEGRAPH: ia beqpenit NIwmpaqr PtUYUIb R 1A)1 YýA D WiB kLY, AT MONRO*, OUA A IT*.NM, L.A., mr W, UaAm, 1 , T3ma3tcI O DAzY-: Siagle copies................. 1....0...........0........g t One copy per wee,................................. Five copils per week... ..................... 2,0 One copy three montMS.......... 4.. ,0 Five copies, one address, for 8 months.. 17,3 lIf not paid in advmanei per eent.will be added to the above tes. T3IS 2 OC ' W MP T. LX : The followigratee of subeeriptiott will be rigidly adhered to in all ases: . Single copies..................... ........... 10 One copy for six months ....................... 00 One copy for one year...........................,00 Arrival and epaerture of the Rlals. From Monroe to Vicksburg-Carrying all mail matter for the Western; Eastern, Middle, Pacific and Atlantic States, and New Orleans, Depart...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 23 January 1871

MONROE, LA., JANUARY 23, 1871. , HINGTON LETTER. [From Our Special Correspondent.] TheVfi %d~ f 44TtEi'f O d hr 'Pacific or Trans-CotlDneUl' * 4BLal ' '"* (Fremont's,) say they have gained strength slna last sppulos, and are con fident of the success of their measure. It 1h" g.1ttib ed the Senate last session and went to the. j etol r qppfrrepq, . A .4"pa* bagha *ere 'islhia 1yt .ei 1i year, in which D. . Stanton', of Ala bama, asiiheat' rl ;t they`ire not now In a posltips to do amch to ob struct thy. 9,sla ' ft th .i ont bill. Mr. Stantonp h feted b y t# i p terest on ihs Alabama lway; ;boad and $sda' to o0 to t o te;J; , lion and a half oldellis foworte done on his road. Oakes Atnes, the broker of Mr. Stanton, and the head of the ring of New Englknders, who hoped to get control of the Southern route to the Pacific, has recently failed for seven or eight million dollars; so that at present he is hors du com6at. Everybody agrees as to the punctuality and desirability of a railway...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 23 January 1871

MONROE, LA., JANTYAlbY $ 1871' NOON DISPATCHES. L'AEST MTELLIGEtE' r The BrljW I i * r t .to Fab r'e. I wlns~j Droves of Ox(e o I . aria. WASHINGTON, Jan. 23.-San Do minoo advises to the 10th have been received. The appointment of Com muissioneys, it is generally believed, has been favorably received, and, by some, enthusiastiealy. Affairs are stationary. Proposed improvements are awaiting the action of the American Congress. Agents of German, English and Ame rican capitalists are traveling about -traveling dependent upon anexzation. Cabral writes proclamations and dep recates, but avoids a collision with the Baez troops. Daniel Sprigg, for 35 years cashier Mechanics' Bank, Baltimore, dead aged 84. It is reported that the British Minis try wants to know if Collector Mur phy's proceedings, to honor pardoned Fenians, were prompted by his Gov ernment. The Blair dinner at St. Louis was an iimlense success. The domestic market of Paris presents the following quotations: Rabbits 800 fra...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 23 January 1871

BOOK mTORnV 5r'ATIONERB, MUSIC AND LATE PAPERR, TOYS & CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, Grand street, Monroe, La. decl2-d3m 0U ACIITA LIVERY AND SALE S TABLE. H. G. DOBSON, Proprietor. brner Thrd and Defard ,Srred*, Yo 0130.La. Horses, Buaeýme, *., kept for hire. Horses anRules boueght sad old. Good lots for Drovers conneted ith the --able. Shreveport Stage Ooffice at this stable. decig-dam F. ENDOM, DeSklad reet-M°onWoe, La. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE. i'-Horses, buggies, carriages, Ac., for sale or hire. Careful drivers always on hand. decl2-3m ICO & CO., MONROE, LA., Keep always on hand a full stock of PLANTATION SUPPLIES, LIQUORS, BOOTS, SHOES, HA TS, DR YGOODS, c., &c, for sale at moderate prices. Highest prices paid for COTTON, HIDES, &c., -AND LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made on consignments to our merchants in New Orleans. dec 12--d3m SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. LOUISIAb A STATE UNIVERSITY, (Nawee changed from La. State Se&inary.) BATON ROUGE, LA.* POUNDED AND SUPPORTED BY THE STATE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 24 January 1871

VOL.1. MONROE, LA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1871. NO. 35. Pu TLaAL DAILY AND WlmIafr AT MOnros, OUAOWntA M II, VA.; • .e. W A ,~:.. TERM~S OW DAIAlt Single op .................................... 10 One esypr week .............................. Five eek ........................ Five e adI s beig %i8rsIr.. 17,80 C t pag4 et a s u sw pwer ent.Wrl be added to the above ates. TRAMC O: WUZZEL : The illowlngrates ofebeeriptlou will be rigidly adhered to in all eases: Single copier........ ........................... 10 One copy for six months ....................... 2,00 One copy for one year........................ 8,00 Arrival nd beparture ol the Nails. From Monroe to Vicksbarg--4arrying all mail matter for the Western, Eaftern, Middle, Pacific and Atlantic States, and New Orleans, Departs daily at b A. M.; Arrives daily at 7 P. M. (Sundays except ed.) From Shreveport to Monroe Arrives daiy at 4 A. M.; Departs dyat 6 P.M. From Camden, Ark., via Farmerville to Mouroe, La. Arrives Sundays...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 24 January 1871

MON O, LA., JANUARY 24, 181.ý WASHINGTON LETTER. L~pa1 ggagies . atac 4. 90 Mignt WASHINGj'9j,:] `Mt 1 J . Admiral Porter's confirmation by the Senate was i doul .tyictpry. It was a triumph over the scheming and dirty intrigue of a disnp table 1lby, o ln posei in part or to b"ncers o heavy, many of whom Porter had persoijayl bhefrende.. Iti iw ,wrl kw :that to secure the lasting dnmttyf a certaih class of meny- yoa-4ve oalyt; s 8o them a favWr 0V-Vcanqt, a',. It twvas also a victory, over the uotor#io Beast Bat ler, who has all the.bak' ed of.a coward for a brint man; and that Porter W*M a gallant officer and iutlr jst the, re ve~se, al the Woril kioritjs, Thq tricks resorted to by Butler to defeat Porter's confirmation, were .worthy of his cun ning brain and unscrupulous character. Not content with lobbying In the Sen ate, he resorted to manipulating .the least respectable portion of the Radi cal press, and manufactured, or caused to be manufactured, annonymous let ters calculated...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 24 January 1871

MOfROE, LA., IAN1IAtY124, 1871. Thpe.ay' Flower p down Mon (lay night with a fine load of cotton. Caipt. Carlteon ldd a rife 4f :6 2 t at Camden, and the river falling. John Dosher A. . been appointed Sheriff of tih' IP  of (Chatubt, a very gaoA gjx ep , . Our towivf Ij 1 6tt htas been at any time 4bfiveye.r . Sheriff T 1)inkgrave ips, peer; ng them on stgrclhaiae, the. eattaf,wloih has been several 'ery pudde.  ', One may now walk the side-walks'without tum- T bling over dogs; ......, .. w'iJ turbed by barking cair all night. Cq1, J. Lang . iwia as b1eih appoint- sI ed by Oov.Warmoth;, i place of Judge J. C. Egan, as Judge of the 11th Judi cial district, cor4posed of Claiborne, Union, Biennville and Jackson i parishes. We lhve no idea that the Goverinor consulted either his own promises or the wishes of the people, in e selecting Col. Lewis in place of Judge Egan for Judge of the 11th district. S The confirmation of Judge Lewis, how ever, is still wanting, and may never r t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 24 January 1871

MONROI ADVERTISEMENTS. BOOK 820A42Z SWKRY, MUSIC AND LATE PAPERS ToYS a& cSIStlMAS.PnE MRT, Gr~ud paeModnoe, La. decl2-dam BTAb.LE. H. . pgsplo, F poprier Cbwr TW t ss rd ~ a., ."0& at this sable F. ENDON, SALE AND LVE Y STABLE. J" Horses, baggl, arrigg,  to., fobr sale or hbis. arefl drivers always on hand. decls-4m ICO & CO., MONROE, LA., Keep always on hand a full stook of PLANTATION BUPPLIES, LIQUORB, BOOTh, SHOES, HATS, DRYGOODS, &c., &c, for sale at moderate prices. Highest prices paid ctr COTTON, HIDES, &c., -AND LIBERAL CASH AD VANCES made on consignments to our merchants in New Orleans. dec 12-d3m T. o..erANDIWn. EOU. M'OUImn. TANDIFEN' h SeUIRE, TRENTON, LA., RECEIVING, FORWARDING, -AND COMM1SfI9ON MERCHANTS, -DALRas IN DRY GOODS, GROEBBIES, WESTERN PROD UCE, BAGGING, TI.4 WAGONS, HARNESS, GIN BA NDS, HARD WARE, G UNS, PLOWS, S WEEPS, SCRAPERS, CULTIVATORS, m" VES, FURNITURE, ac., &c., -AND ALL KINDS OF PLANTATION SUPPLIES. Highest market pric...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 January 1871

VOL.. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1871. NO. 36. VOL.1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, jANLJARY 25, 1871. NO. 36. THE 'TELEGRAPH : PUBLl p ]4ILY AN .M LY, AT MOpIRtd, OIuAOMTA PAlRSH, lA., TEZ'ad.l OF DA.ZLLtY: Single copies ............. .................... 10 One copy per week&........................ 50 Five qop p week................... ...... 2,00 One oopy .D thre .o .................. 4,00 rive copies,,o o2t. as monithm.. 17,50 * If not pid in yaqop a per oent.will be added to the above ratei. T, 7Rý2 OF.. T\ZEKLV : The followingrates of subsoription will be rigidly adhered to in all cases: Single cople . ......................................$ 10 One copy for six months....................... 2,00 One copy for one year............................... 3,00 Arrival and Beparttre of the Malls. From Monroe to Vicksburg-Carrying all mail matter for the Western, Eastern, Middle, Pacific and Atlantic States, and New Orleans, Departs daily at 5 A. M.; Arrives daily at 7 P. M. (S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 January 1871

MONROE, ILA., JANUARY 25, 1871. - . rW. IaollKRANI. Editor. The New Varieties Theatre. The New Orleas 'Pilcayune contains the following in 4rfeseine to the ,toes taken to rebuild the Varities Theatre in that city: The place selected is lacatmd in the .Iquare btynded by, (C l, Dpalul2jine, Burg~fyy' tifla t ustoumihousc streets, and is peculiarly suited to the purpose for which it is designed. The fine bdilding next to Christ Church, know as one of the Three Sis ters has been purchased, and will an swer the double purposed of a club room and a grand entrance to the parquette and dress circle. The club room will be located on the second floor, while the lower will be used as the entrance. Immediately in the rear of this build ing is an alley twenty feet wide, which will doubtless be used as the entrance to the galleries On the Customhouse side of thisalley,and immediately in the rear of the property fronting Canal street, is a fine lot, measuring one hundred and sixty feet long by eig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 January 1871

MONROE, LA., JANUARY 25, 1871. We warn the public against one F. C. Btrooks, recently in our employ as solic itor, as we have good reesonbto believe that he is a grand scamp and swindler. - Viqksburg Herald. This is the, young man who recently visited Monroe. He obtained an agency from this office,which we hereby revoke. ;liver, Items 'rhe good andsubstlntal shiip  ren lon, Capt. E. J. .Austin on. the roof, came tearing into port this morning, with a good freight, all the way from New Orleans and-bound for Camnden. The river wants only two or three inches of the point to which it rose two weeks ago. The Gov. Allen, it will be seen from i he following, will be brought back to our river, leaving New Orleans on Sat urday : NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 24, 1871. To Chpt. G. CMamberlain: The Ouachita Belle lost her guards at Baton Rouge. The Allen started to her relief. We leave for Camden on Sat urday. R. SInrNOT, Capt. Gov. Allen. NOON DISPATCHES. LATEST INTELLIGENCE I From Washington. Franc Tir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 January 1871

G. TEU35SP "BOOK STORE, r TIOFNEYr MUSIC AND LATE PAPERS, TOYS& CHRISTMAS ,PRESENTS, Grand treet, Monroe, La. deel2-dS& 0 rA.l *- I. ** AND *AA 8STABLE. H. 0. DOWBON, poprietor. 0bmw TAd and J)0krd Svi, HomisN, die.. .b..l ul 0iP ... Good lots br Drw tgmaeted with tha 'Sh .ort Stag Ole fi at this stable. F. ,. ,. Dsad ae0t-Moro.e, La. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE. rHorses, buggies, carriages, eAc., for Careful drves always on hand. decl2-3m PICO & CO., MONROE, LA., Keep always on hand a full stock of PLANTATION SUPPLIES', LIQUORS BOOTS, SHOES, HATSW, DR Y GOOD, &e., &c, for sale at moderate prices. Highest prices paid for COTTON, HIDES, &c., --AND- LIBERAL CASH AD VANCES made on consignments to our merchants in New Orleans. dec 12-d3m T. C. BTANDIFPR. THOS. M'OUIRE. STANDIFBR & MoGUIRE, TRENTON, LA., RECEIVING, FOR WARDING, --AND- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, -DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, WESTERN PROD UCE, BAGGING, TIES, WAGONS, HARNES, GIN BANDS, HARD WARE, * G...

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