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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 18 February 1871

MONRO$,.LA., FEBRUARY 18is, 1871. We are compelled to appear to-day without telegraphic news from any quarter. The storm of last night has caused an interruption in the wires in every direction. The lecture of Colonel Folsom, to night, will be delivered in the Union Church instead of the (Oarthbuse. We again express the hope that the house will be fAll; The ColoabIt i oartMn to give to eabh ttendant the worth of his Mfiy ent, cost of admlttanae,and will, in addition, revive re uto ons- and feelings which the Southern people should 'cerish As 10o As" they have land to love. blasts f~es sem bl 'hh. ~rs i$peseiW'louJl.L Cnus.er4...Z.j matie move' ri by g-gand provms more able and darries a'mrk stuff than the Government, or anyr of us, antieli atted. Proposing to coueede every thinggad putting forw!rd tie 'fsher ies And St. Lawrence, thi ~ast aghr~. vatibg *mbjects to' us, as eeimem of liberality, the: English '"GOernment has snPl. ' P4 qiuS o a basis that tly leveA allo pen to'_ l...

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 February 1871

MON$eS ADf tT*MtmINV. SURGHNOR &* r LLI, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS And dealers n Dry Goods and Groceries, MOZNROE, LA. /'" Buy and sell Cbllto. W deo 12-d8m ,KINDEISMANN, FAMIL. GROCER, DBIARD STREET, MONBO5 LOUZI5JANA, Has complly on lid and S asls, Joa oaesri*e of ar rg p.mabu " LARD, T , O OYSTERS, SARDINES, 144U08 OF ALL KINDS, PRFMERVES, Ii GLASS AND CANS. Monroe, -o., Feb', )9, 1806 n ay LRY KING, JR., WHOLagAL AND SWCAL DBALN. IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES, MONBos, LA., • Keeps constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, bLOTHING, HARDWARE, SADDLERY, GROCERIES, (all kinds,) WINES, LIQUORS, te., Ae., Ac., and will sell them as oheap as the eheapest. N. B.--Highest cash prie paid ibr Cotton, hides and Country Produse. decl-d3m ,.nd a , , Moo, La., Has on hsnd a fne assortment of Dry Goods, o(tg, Booes, S7oe, HI s and Ctps, GUns and P iaols. All of which he will sell as eheap as the c...

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. — 20 February 1871

VOL.A. MONROE, LA., MONDAY, FEBRIJARY 20, 187 1.I O . 58. p , ,T. . , , I ,, . THE TELEGARAPiH; An Independent New.pajer; : It BJ1 1S11l) I)ALJ I 1)' WRIt1m'flY',/' T MONROe, OUACHfT'P PARi-t, LA., DYV* 'G. *. · sing19 copies. *... ........ .... ,,, ..... 14 0 ClOe copy per wteek r .. .:.. Five &o'piew ~eheki .:.L :..:...;i;.a * live coies, qQ afeqp, 3 qurLthu.. 17,56 " -4/+If not pa4d p jtvanceibS.l~r eent.will be ad4ed to Q a.e sve rates. a * TWBmatn. ,OF r. W E Zz-E zr : The bllotridgrates ofsibseotption i tl b. rigkily adheted to in all otses. . I ? ngle coplee ... . ..........:: : :. ...... :::.... ' l0 onP copy for six mnanthe......:...........: 9 Ono copy for of year........,,.,..... ... Artrital and Departure of the -Mails. From Monroe to Vicksburg--Carrying all mail matter for the Western, Eastern, Middle, Pacific and %ffaislic States, and New Orleans, . i -, Departs daily at 4 A. M.; A rrives daily at 7 P. M. (Sundays except ed;) Prom Shreveport to Monroe Arrives...

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 February 1871

MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 2, 1871. Subm ssa.sae m 4 M. ME. 0. W. I3m6 Ana. ,diter. We ase again without telegraphic in telligence to-day, owing to the serious damages in the connections caused by the storms of Friday. Mr. L'Homme dieu, the Superintendent, has been very active in having the line repaired, but the breaks are so numerous in every di rection that he is still unable to get the pres reports through. Iagutreet, Carter ad 1Bay. Noticing a recent dinnergiven to cer tain prominent Radicals of our State, the editor of the Vicksburg Herald uses the followiug forcible language concerning some of those in attend ance: Low as our readers all know, was a e soldier, and a better or more gallant one never drew a sword---Carter commanded a Confeder ate regiment-John Ray, was once re garded as a gehtleman, and was widely known and highly esteemed. That these three men should have become renegades-that they should have proved false to the land which gave them birth-that they should have al...

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 February 1871

MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 20, 1841. LzcTUuE To-NIGHT.-According to special reques, Colonel Folsom will lec ture to-night upon the subjects of Oddi ties of Southern Character; Personal Recollections of an Excitement Seeker, and the Unknown and Nameless Dead of the South. He will introduce many new anec dotes and will give (by special request) Brother Crawford's Farewell Sermon and Experience In Obtaining Religion. The lecture of Col. Folsom on Satur day night was undoubtedly mirth-pro voking. His delineation of "oddities" was mainly by the recital of anecdotes and of incidents of which he had per sonal knowledge, both mainly drawn from beekswood life at the South. The lecturer's manner is very good, and his language as elegant and chaste as pos sible, allowing that the subject must be treated in a certain style, otherwise the bulk of the ludicrous is wanting. The allusions of the Colonel to the Con federate dead were not so elaborate or pathetic as they might have been, but nevertheless ...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 20 February 1871

MONROE ADVERTISEMENTS. [-IIRUINOR do IULIIN, ý. F R iIAL ('i) .M MISSION MERCHiLAN' S .1)l ,,~r~&so in Dry ·(od., ald (,'ror,.', MON 4O I: 1 A. . I. KIND)EIIIR ANN, FA MI 1,'YY GROC ER, D,IA R D STRE IY MONROE, LOt8IsANA, Hai constattly onl hand udfor 4a1e, Gro cories of all descriptioon such as SUGAR, MOLA.SSF, COFFZEE, HAMS, BIACON, I.A RD, UITrER, 6HF ESE,' FLOUR, POTA TOFS, ONIONS, CI(GARS, TOBACvCO, oYSTERS, SARtINFS, LIQUORS (F ALL KINDS, PlBENVFM4, IN (LAM AND('VN'. FRUITS OF VA.RIOCU8 KIND. AS LOW AS POSSIBLE FOR CASHI. Monroe, Ila., Feb'v 104, 18610 untly HENRY KING, JR., WR(H,rLEAL AND RET'AIL DEALER IN DRY GOOD, (iROCERIE , 'AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES, MONROE, LA., Keeps constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DrY GOODS RBOYrS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ('LYPHING, HARDWARE, "-ADDLERY,L GROCERIES, (all kinds,) WINES, LIQUORS, and will sell them as cheap) as the cheapest. N. B.--Highest cash price paid for Cotton, Hides and Country Prodn...

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 February 1871

Rbe Paili ek.U.( .J VOL.1. MONROE, LA., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1871. ._-: " "i'N. 59. THE TELEGRAPH: An Independent Newspaper; PItII1EI) ILiLY .AND WEg1lI A,,' AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., R 4. ., et'RANIE. TEK~S OF DAILY: ingle copies.................. ....... .............. 10 One copy per wek.:.... ........... I:ive copies per week....., ........ ..... ,00 4net copy for three rlohtlt h............. 4,00 Five copies, one addtess, for a months.. 17,50 ,]' If not paid in advnance 02 per- oeut..will 0(e a(dded to lithe above Irty. ST]?A.S 91 W1VEEILY : The following ')lates of subscriptio will be rigkilyl adlihol d ' 't i all n sc : .ingle copies............. . . ......... 10 tne copy for six month ............. ...'J 00 ()uo copy for one year....... .. . ,, Arrival and DeIparlnre of the )Jalis. From Monroe to Vicksburg-larrving' Sll mail matter for .the Western, Eaatern, MIddle, Pacific tndl .Atlantic States, and .New ()rleaus,. Departs daily at 4 A. M.; A iritis" dally at ...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 21 February 1871

t. W. RUeg1hi*iU. dalter. ifAINGTOlN LETTER. [From Oar Speelal Correspondent.] WVASHINGON, D. C., Feb. 18, 1871. The debate in the Horse on Friday over the bill to reinstate a naval con structor named Hanscom was more animated than dignified. Gen. Banks, who had taken more whiskey than was good for him, made a waring stump speech in behalf of Hanscom, in which he said: There is'no man more free from guile. And as regards the evidence which has been sent hene by Admiral Porter against him I say to this House that he is as muci superior in the judgment of the peopyi of this country in point of reputation to Admiral Porter as the apostle John was to the traitor Judas. Gen. Farnsworth berated Banks for bringing Admiral Porter's name into the discussion. Mr. Banks. Admiral Porter's name came here by his own act, in making charges against this offcer. His letter is on the records of the House. Mr. Farnsworth. The gentleman should have learned a long time ago the truth of the remark once m...

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

MONROE, LA., FEBRUkRY 21, 1871. Our dispatches are sent across the Mississippi and repeated at Delta, the cable at that point having been ren dered unservicable by the lightning of the recent storm. The delay occasioned in the transmission places the arrival of the noon report here too late for pub lication this afternoon. We trust the Mississippi cable will be promptly re paired. We have been requested to announce that the flneral of Mrs. A. M. Lawson, deceased, has been postponed until too morrow at 10 o'clock, A. M. The Gov. Allen peased up at an early hour this morning, and the Post Boy down, with 2,000 bales cotton, at 9 o'clock this forenoon. The Salado passed up at 10, A. M. The bill to declare the charter of the Crescent City Slaughterhouse Compa ny forfeited and to open the business of slaughtering to unrestricted competi tion, which passed the House of Rep resentatives a few days ago, passed the Senate by a vote of 81 to 1. The Chattanooga Times says: There now remains to ...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 21 February 1871

SI;R Gt)OR & MULLIN, 4 BNE UAIL ( I (OMISSION MERCII AN'-I Ald dil ers in Dry Guod1 ond ( /rt r/ -., MON ROE, LA. SBuy aind . 'e{ (bflton. )A drc 12- d:13 iINl)ERMANN, FAMILY ,GROCER, Ir"s!A'N) STRBE',' .JONROPg LO IISIANA, Has onstautlym oar had and fr sale, (io ceries of all desEpt on, slisch as SUGAR, MObl ASSF.S, COFFEE, IJ.MXS I'lACON, LARD, lR,7tTER,C'EISE E, F ClPH, POTA'T'O Ei, ON IONS, CIG A RS, TOBAti :(O, OYSTERS, 4ARDIINES, T,IQUOR.' OF, AI, KINDS, PIIRESERVES, IN *LlASS ANDCANS. FRU 7ITS OF VARIOU,'' KINSN AS LOW AS (OSSIBLE: FOR CASH. Monroe, La., Feb'v 18, I1Y u2i2Aly HENRY KING, JR., WHOLtESALE AND RETAll, DEAI.IZR I\ DRY GO)ODS, GRiOCERIES, AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES, fMonio , LA., Keeps constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of- STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ('IOTHIN(G, HARDWARE, SADD)ILERY, ºiROCERIES4, (all kinds,) WINES, LIQUORS, &c:., &c., &e., and will sell them as cheap as the cheapest. N. B.--Highest cash...

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 February 1871

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1871. NO. 60. VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1871. NO. 60. THE TELEGRAPH: An Independent Newspaper; PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., BY G. W. McCRANIE. TERMS OF DAILY: Single copies....................................... 10 One copy per week......................... 50 Five copies per week ........................ 2,00 One copy for three months ................... 4,00 Five copies, one address, for 3 months.. 17,50 AIf not paid in advance 2.5 per cenit.will be added to the above ratoes. TERMS OF WEEEKLY : The following rates of suhbs(l.ipt in will he rigidly adhered to in all vasse : single copies............... ............. 10 One copy for six month........................... 2,00 (one colpy for one year ....... ................ ;;,K) .rrival and DIlartrtre of Ithe Mails. lFrom Monroe to Vicksburg-- 'arryinig I"II mail Intit(r f(,r the Western, iastern, :',iddl.P,, i t'. e ' ,ic uI .\.t '.nti,...

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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. — 22 February 1871

MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 22, 1871. Publimhed art 4 P.- M. G. W. McCRANIE. Editor. CHEERING NEWS. The intelligence published to-day of the passage by the House of the bill aiding the Southern Pacific Railroad, is consolatory and cheering. A measure of such great importance and possess ing such manifest claims to favor, should have received the approbation of Congress long since. Let us be thank ful that the House has moved at last, and has given to the country some definite data upon which to act. As we understand it, the bill passed by the House is the bill, with a few amendments, passed by the Senate. The amendments made by the House do not appear to us as objectionable. That fixing Marshall as the eastern ter minus of the trunk line, we regard with especial favor, inasmuch as this is only a prolongation of the line upon which the Vicksburg, Monroe and Shreveport road is built and surveyed. We trust this amendment will meet with the ap proval of the Senate, and that the bill will beco...

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 February 1871

MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 22, 1871. We have received the initial number of the Louisiana Farmer, published at Mt. Lebanon, by Mr. F. M. Leather malnn. The enterprise has our warmest and best wishes. The weekly Supplement has again made its appearance as a double-barreled organ of Warmoth. Was it for this that our Democratic legislators helped the Governor in his plans ? The factory at Mt. Lebanon is manu facturing jeans which Judge Head, of the Sparta Times, pronounces superb. Glad to hear it, as an evidence of the energy of the ,"poor pine hills." This is one of the best things ever said : ", Why don't the great men of France stir? Why do they remain motionless and cold while our bleeding country is ruined ?" asked a fiery ora tor in Paris the other day. " Because they are cast in bronse," answered a voice from the gallery. A widow who appealed to the spirit of her departed husband to advise her as to a purchase she was contemplating, received the following answer: " Do just as you ple...

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 February 1871

MONROE ADVERTISEMENTS. SUR(41N0R & 3UL1IN, eNErAL( OM MISSION MERCIIANTS -I i(1 decatcrs in Dry (,ou;ds antd (hceri.'sx , MONflROE, LA. S i& Buy and .ell (b/ton. -Us d(ee 12-d3m H. MNDEBRMIN, FAMILY GROCER, DE8IARD STRPET1', ONlla!OROF, a1LUSrIA NA, Iaas constantly on hitnd an.d Ar sale, Giro veeienMf fall decxiptloii, surich as- M'LASSF$, POI.Vl'd$, ON l ('1. .x iie 1'C!.: \i1' 'YS'FFIn LM,('u r S~iIolN I *~M. I.Tcl¾ -- C I iN1D 4WlASS NIAS AM111 ViV ~llS~f~lP 4 - AS I .(ºi', ' AS POSg IIP1.1 1S Foil, 1tI-i l22: 1'l t 1.iA.1 X C AN)) iiE 1. ))'w:\11. i tj IN I )11\ ( 1(1()),-1 (ics sI l.A r1tlV ', Inctand :. mlrt 11, well 'ltptp("(l -4urwk of - S'I'A PL: EANI) ' V$ N CY G D O (O1S HiATM AND) (AP , 4 I.("ITF-IN41, IINIIIAV AR1W, MiA IDDLERY', W7.IN ES~, S~ldlc?·,(;~lls ~&*~c*s, &C.,l A;flt'.1'HI N.13.-le -igheic.t C4Ml p~lJC pan~ltc furlI Cottn, Ilira nd4outr ouue. (lE'2d31 I~llarnla 'll a atiatifr Ckartmne n rilit~~ o r MONROE ADVERTISEMENTS. 1j0'O & CO., MO(NRO...

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 February 1871

VOL. 1.MONROE, LA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1871. NO. 61 THE TELEGRAPH: An Independent Newspaper; PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, AT MONROE, OUACIITA PARISH, .A., BY G. W. MeCRANII. TERMS OF DAILY: Single copies......... ......................... 10 One copy per week.............................. 50 Five copies per wek .................... .... 2,00 One copy for three months................... 4,00 Five copies,one addrees, for 3 months.. 17,60 iIf not paid in advance !* per cent.will be added to the above rates. TERMS OF WEEKLY : The following rates of subscription will be rigidly adhered to in all eases: Single copies........................ ......... 10 One copy for six imontls ........................ 2,00 One copy for one ea....................... . ,o00 Arriral a.n Departure rf the MaIls. From Moanroe to Vicks)Ibr;-Carrying all miai Iu tte for the \'esterru. Eastern, .M:ddlc. I'.iciii :1:d(1 A.tlantic Snates, ixnd New Departs dail:y :d1 4 A. AI .: Airive daily a, 7 '. 1. (St:tuidaya...

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

the MONROf sL ij 2Piu*)Lt1ih..cI at 4 P. dM. G. W. McCRANIr. Bditor. hihe Ncw Orleans Bulletin says that • A ........ .. , -' libely the bill modiyfg 'the present odious printing l1w., ,;We 4otit.t, Gen. Arneld Elsy, late of the Con federala&  II4lJa Baltinmore a the 21st. He was graduate of West Point, and entered the Confederate army im mediateiy.aftei its organiuatlen. New Orleans has a cotton Exchange Association with headquarters at the old rooms of the Itanoock Club on Gravy ier street. John Bankheal Magrader, late Ma jor General in the Confederate army, died in Galveston on the 19th. He was over sixty years of age. He leaves a son and daughter, the former a phy sician, the latter a vocalist and painter. The U. S. Supreme Court, by a di vided bench, affirmed the constitution ality of the cotton tax, in the Farming ton case from Tennessee: There were over eight hundred guests registered at the St. Charles Hotel on the 21st. WASHINGTON LETTER. San Domingo and Grant's Re-ele...

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

MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 23, 1871. Our Washington letter of the 13th will be found very interesting. The writer's analysis of the new Congress is exceed ingly fine and very gratifying. The river is about on a stand-proba bly falling slowly. Four boats left New Orleans Wednesday. The weather has veered around close ly to Spring, but there are pretty strong indications of more rain. Farming op erations have commenced here and there, but the planters are in the main considerably in the "vocative." Our New Churches. The framing for the roof of Mr. Evane's church (Methodist) is nearly complete. We presume the building will be covered next week. The bricks for Mr. Lawson's church (Episcopal) are being hauled to the site selected for the building, which is the corner lot on Oak street corresponding to the south-east corner of the public square. Brick-laying will begin in a few days. The Presbyterians are arranging plans for securing a lot and erecting thereon a suitable parsonage and house of...

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 February 1871

MONROE ADVERTISEMENTS. SURGHNOR & EULLIN, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS And dclders in Dry Goods and Groceric, MONROE, IA. 11W Buy and sell( (bton. W dec 12-d3m H KINDURMANN, FAMILY GROCER, DaSIARD STREET, MONROE, LOUISIANA, Has constantly on hand and for sale, Gro ceries of all description, such as SUGAR, MOLASNSES, CO()FFEE, .HAM7r-4.1LA(% LARI), BnTTERi, CIIEEI , FLORK, ,OYS'TERS, NARD! NI'S., ,IA,(I"oS ai' ALI, KINDS, I' .NE.:VI.,A IN f-LAS, ANDeiANS. FRPFTqS)F 1 1RlOFW i'l NfD.l As LOW AS T'iSS!fIlL: F'Oi '.ASH. Mo ruýoe, La., l'eb'v 19, ts,,* n22:1y HENRY KING(, JR., A'HOi(LI. I AND I RF.T.\II. DI IAI.r IN DRY G()ODS, GROCERIES, AND PLANTATION SUCPPLIES, MONROE, LA., Keep- constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, SADDLERY, GROCERIES, (all kinds,) WINES, LIQUORS, ce., Ac., &c., and will sell themn as cheap as the cheapest. N. B.-Highes&t eseh prige paid kor Cotton, Hides 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. — 24 February 1871

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1871. NO. 62. THE TELEGRAPH: An Independent Newspaper; PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., BY G. W. MeCRANIL. TER)1 OF DA.ILY: Single copies...........................S 10 One copy per week ........................... 50 Five copies per week..................... 2,00 One copy for three months................... 4,00 Five copies, one address, for 3 months.. 17,50 0'6If not paid in advance 25 per cent.will be added to the above rates. TERMS OF WEEKLY : The following rates 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 Departure of the Mails. From Monroe to Vicksburg--Carrying all mail matter for the Western, Eastern, Middle, Pacific and Atlantic States, and New Orleans, Departs daily at 4 A. M.; Arrives daily at 7 P. M. (Sundays except ed.) From ...

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 February 1871

MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 24, 1871. Publiahecd at 4 P. M. G. W. McCRANIE. Editor. VWe shall have something to say about ti Fi Pie Buff,. IAlhre & Alexandria Railroad next week. Meanwhile, we can assure the public tjlat the interest in this enterprise is rapidly increasing. The Southern PacitMe bill having been returned to the Senate yesterday, it was there laid Ulpon the table to be printed. We regard this action as favorable to the final passage of the House bill. - The appropriation made by Congress for the Ouachita was moved last year by Gen. Sheldon. It may be that the amount appropriated is to carry out the survey made above the State line last year, and at the time noticed in the TELEGRAPH. Another nail has been driven into the coffin of the programme of sending to Congress none but men who could take the Test-Oath, by the passage by Congress and the approval by the Pres ident, of a bill admitting Dr. Miller as Senator from Georgia, upon taking the Constitutional oath of offic...

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