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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 3 March 1871

,a0, z., AW R This evening, at 71 o'clock, Dr. Morgan will again reai Enoch Arden. Admissioni 50 cents. We hope to see everybody out. We think the river is rising---adging from the way shefoams. The La Belle pased up last night. We heard the snort but was &st aahep., The Ouaehita Belle ww$1~ Bt e ihom Camden this evening.' ' i 1. The health of our city was never bet ter. The same of 9urster ctgTr~Tton. The truth is women dever dw heror men 6-ther, only wheat th~y 'taie'toe much of the' oI .j. : . The heavlest rain- of the season tell Thumdayevening. The clouds are il heavy, with a prospect of more rain a dalf. 'lr wind, however, is from the north-wheh glv~ s promise of a elear day to-niorrow. The Fire Department will have their grand parade to-morrow. It will be a procession the like of whidh has deter beenseen in Moaroe before. We trepe our citizens will prepare to give thena a hearty reception and welcome "i etery part of the city. They are our protec tors, and we love their...

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. — 3 March 1871

MON~ ADVERTISEMENTS. H KIiDEi RANN, FAMILY GROCER, SDlBIA STREET, MO RO, LOUIBIANA, Has oon~stntly on hantd and fbr sale, Gro oeries of all deseription sueh as' SUGAR, MOLASSES, COFFBE, HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER, CHEESE, FLOUR, POTATOES, ONIONS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, OYSTERS, SARDINES, LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS, PRESERVES, IN GLASS AND CAN8. FR 'ITS OF VARIO US KINDS AS LOW AS POSSIBLE FOR CASH. Monroe, La., Feb'v 19, 1869 n22ly SURGHNOR & MULLIN, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS And dealers in DI7J Goods and Groceries, MONROE, LA. go Buy and sel! Cbtton. -6i dec 12-d3am HENRY KING, JR., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, AND PLANTATION SIUPPLIES, MONROE, LA., Keeps 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, and a ill sell them as cheap as the cheapest. N. U.-Highest cash price paid for Cotton, Hides and Country Produce. dccl2-d3mrn SIMO...

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. — 4 March 1871

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1871. NO. 69. THE TELEGRAPH: An Independent Newspaper; PUBLIrSHED DAILY AND. WEEIKLY, AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., BY G. W. .Me('RBAIE, TERMS OF D.ILy. Siigle copies............... .......... l 0 One copy per week......................... 0 Five copis per week..... .......... 2,00 One copy 'or three months .................. 4,00 Five copies, one address, for S rnoths.. 17,50 %If not paid in advance 25 per cent.will baadded to the above rates. TElRMS OF WEEKLY : The followingrates of subscription will be rigidly adhered to in all cases: Single copies............................$ 10 One copy for six months....... ......... 2,00 One oppy for one year............... a3P0 Arrival and Departure of the Mails. From Monroe to Vicksburg--Ckrrying 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 Shreveport to Monroe- Arrives d...

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. — 4 March 1871

V e.t .. THIEVES AND GAMBLERS RUINING i THE STATE. The Staet Senate has confirmed O. F. Hunsal'er and L. B. Jenks in their right as Seaitonr . ~fe hiave no commenta ries to make-tpo onlyask that the veil be drawn over the faces of Warmoth, Hunsaker; Miaks &Co., and that they be left alone to do and overdo their' ,'jobs." Sometime, perhaps not far off, the people Wl! anderstand what it cost them to inepomt thieves and gamblers from Texa and Missouri to run our State goveqppneat. It is seldon we find a Republican sheet so out-spoken in its opinion of the men now rulingqnId ruining this State, as the Feolana JepuMblican is in the paragrsah above cpied. The estimate placed by .ft p4er upon the leading men of its porty, we are ready to en dorse and,_ nea.he, to swear to; but that would notgive these men the least trouble amogithe leoyal," alnd has not, in fact, the weight which belongs to the " State's evidence'. furnished by the Republican. We know nothing of that paper, or its edit...

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. — 4 March 1871

MONROE, LA., MARCH 4, 187f We thank W,. H. Woodruff & Co., music dealers of Vicksburg, for copies of "Put me in my little Bed," and TheI "In her little Bed we Laid her;" two, touching little songs, both prettily il lustrated. Woodruff and Co. keep full lists of music and attend promptly to all orders ~ent them. The reading of Tennyson's beautiful poem, Enoch A rden, by Dr. Morgan, dent tast night, did not, we regret to say, at- roat1 tract a very large audience. It was the reading of the bright fancies and musi- BE " cal rythm of a great poet, by a gentle- press man possessed of a fine voice, wholly " i under command, and of the knowledge the 1 necessary to its most effective use. Thus We take pleasure in expressing our be- throt lief that no commnnity having an op- achiE portunity to. hear Dr. Morgan read, able should fail to do so. Fath We will endeavor to pencil down, for ever; prise Monday's paper, an account of our trip ted up the Ouachita to Camden. It being the l )ur firs...

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. — 4 March 1871

H 1KNERl1AS, FAMILY GROCER, I)UfIARD STREET, MONROR, LO UIIIA NA, Ilas constamtly on hmld and for dale, Gro teries of sal dealrsptZl' , an.h as- SUGAR, MOLASSES, COFFEE, HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER, GCHEESE, FLOUR, POTATOES, ONIONS, CIGARS, TOBAOOO, OYSTERS, SARDINES, LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS, pRESERVES. IN GLA$8 ANDCAN~'. F (ITS OF VA RIOU"S KIN.DS AS LOW AR POSSIBLE FOR CASH. Mouroe,.T A., Feb'y W), 18t n22cly S'R(:IINOIR & MI'LLIF, (G ENi RhA CO'MMJlNSiON MER(CHANTS' .ia;d ,J;edv:rs" º jh: -- 'Good.' c (ull Gr'."e,',t* . MOINR'(E, IA. (ai. ' t/ mid 't l;, Obtlt. -60 d'o 1 J \ 4 l I',. -L. ,MY IN( , JR., litt!.Y,," Ab A D, 6IALM 11f i. 1;AP IN 4A Ir' LER ) ". . LA ,ATON 1MARX., I.. RIo, , ( 1 k n ' ,t I ' ;l*: I~- I.! a - ?.tl lo on oi l .'Qi;rj an li v,,h :e t : :'. rk ,f vTN .4 R o. ,,d, : ,.  € ,  . . . . ... .  ., : {MONROE ADVERTlSEiENTS. ICO & CO., MONROE, LA., Keep always on hand a full stock of PLANTATION SUPPLIES, L TQUORS, BOOTS, WSIOS, iHAT N, DRY (GOODNA, Ke.,...

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. — 6 March 1871

VOL. 1. MQNROE, LA., MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1871. NO. 70. VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1871. NO. 70. . -T ----.-- ---m -'". -. THE TELEGRAPH: An Independent Newspaper; i'UJI,HED) DAIIY AND WEEKLY, AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., SBY G. W. M9CCRANIIE. TERMB OF DAILY: Single copies ......................... 1) 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,i50 fiE'If not paid in advance o'. per cent.will Ibe added to the above rates. TERMS OF WEEKLY : The followlHg 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 ialils. 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...

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. — 6 March 1871

MONROE, LA.,MARCH 6, 1871. Publsim--e a6t 4 P. S- . G. W. McOAUNIE. Editor. UI' THE OCACHITA TO CAMDI)N. With the exception of unfavorable weather, our trip to Camden last week was very pleasant. The distance to that place is 250 miles, pilot's nitetsure. Most of the country along the river is i subject to annual inundation, and hence the usual evidences of htnman in dustry and civilization are few; it is a virgin swamp, such as it might have beenu, apparently, thousands of years ago when the Ouachita was leaving vegetable deposits sixty feet beneath the earth's surface where now is the town of Monroe. From the mouth of the Bartholemew to Camden there is but one plantation on the river, and this is now lying idle. The river bottom is irreclaimable from overflow,and has no valuable timber,if we except post-oak, and it will be centuries doubtless be fore tlhe aspect is materially changed. The river, too, becomes narrow and (.rcoked, with too many saw yers for' omnfort and too much ov...

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. — 6 March 1871

MONROE, TLA., MARCH G. 1871. There wore a number of accessions to the Rev.f r. Evans' (Methodist) church at the conclusion of the services Sunday night. Col.Isaiah (;arrett and Mr. Ro binson became members in full fellow ship, and also Mrs. Jas. II. Milling, Mrs. Jno. Hanna, Mrs. Franklin Gar rtt, Mrs. E. 1B. Montgomery and Mrs. .1. T. Strother. Mr. Evans is unqlues tionably a working pastor. His ele gant new church, with some additional aid, which we hope will be p)romptly given, will be finished in a few weeks and ready for his congregation. His success in this undertaking deserves great praise. The display made by the nmembers of Ihe Fire Department, on Saturday, was in every respect creditable to the par ticipants and to our little city. We will endeavor to give an extended notice of the event, the first noted one of the kind in Monroe, in to-morrow's paper. Assistant Postmaster Dinkgrave in torms us thii uhfe general delivery at the postolihee will be kept open half-an hour eac...

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. — 6 March 1871

MONROtKbVERTISEMENTSL _--1o,~ cnc~-----~U H. KINDERMANI, FAMILY GROCER, DKSIARD STREET, MONROE, LO U7S'IA NA, Has constantly on hand and for sale, Gro- ] ceries of all description, su1(h as 'SUGAR, MOI4ASSES, COFFEE, HAMS, BA('ON, LARD, BULI'Y'ER, CIIEESE, FLUI-R, PO'rATOES, ONIONS, CIG ARS, TO(BACCO, OYSTERS, SARDINES, IItQUOkS1 (F AI.L KINDS, PRESERVES, IN GLASS AND)'ANS. FRH('I'7W OF l'.l1ftIOT;" hL/J1.'. I AS LOW" AS PO.SSIBLE F,R ('ASH. Monroe, TLa., F'ob'v 19, 1.i, n'1:' 8 URGHNOR & iMULL,IN, Si GENERAL C(OMMIISSION MN EII('HAN I'S . H1 deg%,t' ,:r.. I ,oo , , t'r, " , e.. ' .N;I. O l 1, l .1. JJENRY KING, JiR., inl.k T\.\.U '1 n i;'I " T)ll ID ,i; . , F.,.r.F Con,,ta nd a l,-'g, aml STAPLE AN I PANCY IDRY (i(;( i, BOOTS ANDr SIfl':,; HATS AND ('APS, (L( TLTH I NG, HARDWARE, NADDLERY, (;ROCERIES, (all kinds,! WINES, lAQUORS, &c., &c., &c., and will sell them as cheap as the oheapeet. N. B.-Highest cash price paid for Cotton, Hides and Country Produce. d...

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. — 8 March 1871

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1871. NO. 72. THE TELEGRAPH: An Independent Newspaper; PUBLISHED DAILY AlND W _UKLY, AT MONROt, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., s .w. W.CRAumr. Týi.i LiM O? 3.AZLT?: Single copi .....................,.............,I 10 One copy per week..................... 80 iw.tphrinee months ................. 42,00 P e copies,one address, fr 3 months.. 1780 IIf not pakl in advanee 25 per oent.will be added to the above rates. TZ'SE OF WEELY : The ibllowingrates of sbscription will be rigidly adhered to in all cases: e pie.. mo.... .................... 10 QuO copy I one year .........0............. 8,00 Arrival sad Departure of the Mails. From Monroe to Vieksburg-Carrylng 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 PM. M(Sundays except ed.) From Shreveport to Monroe- Arrives daily at 6 P. M.; Departs daily at 0 A. M. From Camden, Ark., via Farmerville to Monroe, La.,...

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. — 8 March 1871

MONrP E, 8,C "87I. A. 0. .I., Amsiat. Esditor. SW US THE END ! We read' it in every paper-hear it .. ... s --.1 "him v -that politics her lhIee a matter of barter and 4'$ We have bes teIl that the best eommercial business Of Ne* Orleans *dddne in the Legisla turei i-tM it fhad ceased to be tiw edesfE at ' was nonsene for men to"·k betbit~ 'tde i etlslature wf lnt oý1DleW-*, Mn 4pi , at it busineyss b 6pWep te tIlr q - tun as keiltt aa: '' w'mueoA is nopt w aes wom. ta,6 s s the eetbs We oIas d seesi a bto ihesl thaegs tin, hbut t bfIgeamnietisI to the mind. iWhat eveoanit gor e moet  be 'oe and *a the t eth ex menslefte saw is ii e6. '1e 1tmiuleadmit it, but jaud`ie faeitin rees fprn the pbe that Democeate did the same. Demo crate esay, the Radfital are wasting the public money, atd t e intend to have our sbaIre." Thus our State Government is mov ing-taxes multiply, and the State debt increasing. t seems to as that every thought of the Legislature is to plan more legislation to ...

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. — 8 March 1871

MONROE, LA., MARCH 8, 1871. The March number of the Southern Cultivator is upon our table. Published at Athens, Ga., by W. & W. L. Jones, at $2 00 per annum. Any quantity of fresh fish is now on the market. Tlse we noticed areoather large. Will the gentlemen be so kind as to catch us a small one ? We call attention to 4 a14d oft r. J. E. Morris, steamboat abtat t.n ton...Mr. Morris aOdeat M1.s bsis ness thoroughly and is reliable adM Holders of tickets in tae1~leM the fnatc~t~ n ae;are Interested In }he mos are sti z Stfta id ri ye ofdga Fathetr G i Sprll iiupon us in all lovelgees and beauty. b6peah is in Mi~hIln,tbe apple budding and our pear orchard is exquisitefy oorlfierous. The pearbloom id a deliaious flower. It ppesars a clastes and is a beautifal bbquei wthb out the assistance of the eIaai I tpe doubtas,9ladesandgopntianan, i down to the gado qrd t. City P thers! do you see thase new buildings going up in and around the Hart addition 9 Do you know what we want? Lay on...

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. — 8 March 1871

MONROE ADVERTISEMENTS. H. KINDERM1AlN, FAMILY GROCER, DaSIARD STREET, MONARo, LoCrn A, Hass oontaW iW om ad es *hSls Gio. eeries of al desoipoe, so;l - BUGAR, jwIOLABEB, COFFEE, HAMS BACON, LARD, BUTraER,CE sR, FLOUR, POTATOES, ONIONS, IGARS, TOBACCO, OYSTERS, SARDIN'S, LIQtIMWOP ' ALL KINDS, PRESERVRS, IN GLASS AND CANS& FRUITS OF V RIOUS KINDS AS LOW AS POSSIBLB EOB CASH. Monroe, La., Feb'v 10, 1860 n22ly SURnsaO.i c WULaL , GENERAL. COMMISSION MERCHANTS And deiers i Dry Goods and Groceie, MONROE, LA. Se Ahit and eea aWbUo. Oef dec 12r-d8m HENRY KING, JR., WHOLtUAL. AoD aerAIL DEBAl2E E DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES, Mbxros, LA., Keeps eonstantly on hand a luge and well selected stock of BTA1i ALND FANCi DRY GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES, EATS AND CAiS, : . ' (toTLItNGo, ' IARDWARE, SADDLERY, QOORLZlr,('ll a~ids,) , WINDES, LIQUORS, " c., e.,c &e., and will sell them a ebheep as the cheopet. N. B.-HigLest cash price paid ibs Otton, Hides and Country Produce. decl-...

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. — 9 March 1871

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1871. NO. 73. THE TELEGRAPH: : An Indepeadeat Nerqap er; GEO PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, L.A., BY G. W. CeRAI.IL TERM48 OF DA.LTY: Single copies ............. ........$ 10 One copy per week .. ............ 50 Five epe l week.... .................. 2,00 One copy frt ne..months......... 4,00 Five ple.oane addrems,.tbr S ithi.. 17,0 `Itf not paldaa s4~seaa 2S per oent.piill be added to the above rates., , TERhts OF. W EIIYir The tfolli ýnýý of sa u ription will be l idly ad .fo in all cases:e 8 fg e o pf .. .... ... .. . :...... .....:.............. 10 - 0 One opy t six tbthiu..:.......~. .....". One copy for one year...............:.. ..~. ~f * rrtrat agiepýºrtare at the `"". urom 'Meo"ot'.s Vte ksb ~-.-l, g ; all mail matter for the Wet p a A Middle, Pacific and Atlantid aS n ' er, t1 Orieena, :. . . F pm areveport to Ifonro Avrivs at 6 P. ".. Departs daly at 6 A. X.: From Catlen, Ark., via FFtevftille to Monroe,...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 9 March 1871

MONROE, B~ 1871. 3-Frlktrrbb d }ý ' f': aa Q. W. mOURAn!, Editor. A. O. r.LL, Associate Editor. TEE DAILY TELEGRAPH. A goo arpy ot our .patrons expree regret that the DAILY TELEGRAPH 18 to be discontin~ed. We participate in this feeling, since we are assured a daily paper is no small ddition to the life and cononvntetE e b 3o Monroe and Trenton; .ad with vapidl, advancing p minence and vitalty, in this ft section, te dlay le become p ay mere LueateaMe. t Ao dnt of enterprise nla the pit r cathp snti ppetad tp t aitb ,ptlc .ms, ;oat the .qxpmmisun I saw, r.t atIlf . Itm.:kb. sitrawi, :! * ,tr=J1. .a4 nl the ianoers:S heles and - tp-pppattlen imeassuin their matialtders;g * lzahols mul.4 r-apublic intstat imy. Itfwedaboytd al ,t the -oad la:the qs f the of p'per:p3 olPbNly approximate that aseiasl in any other channel lan elf.etthe public, it might be said wewsreM ted by self interest; but, stll, we are not without hope that our ,little DAILY has been a welcome and a asetrl ajrunct ...

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. — 9 March 1871

MONROE, LA., MAROH 9, 1871. The May Flower is above, and wil be down perhaps to-morrow. The river is rising gradually. The storm of yesterday prostrated the wires'both ways. The damage will be repaired at once. The scarcity of idle laborers, willing to work, upon our streets, augur well for the planting interests. We are authorized and hbIpy-to an. nounce that Judge Rob't (Oldwell will deltvera liteary. letlre d t.the Quachi. ta 'Female Academy, on a on row (Friday) evening, at 8 o'clock. We hope to see a fll house, - knowle4ge 'for hiamthe reeip a from .caa iti-Monroe and $60 fom dt Seps a top,l a" fle iR.aid of ,the lhptist Sunday School d-Boa ei the South. The nw< aethodst Church is being mpidgy completed. We tael you mne q4ot yqe can't besta sels Itrgwew in ething he undebs.al We have triedlAhem and p ow-wht iwesy. We -sk no tl*tetuso osraty Fathers In the street-worklng. When we beg them to make our sta es,wt do not mean to be selsph, for we would have them work the balance...

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. — 9 March 1871

MONROE ADVERTISEMENTS. . KINDERMANN, FAMILY GROCER, DEsIARD STREET, MONEQE, LOUISIANA, Has constantly on handand forsate, Gto oeries of all description, such so SUGAR, MOLASSES, COFFEE, HAMB, BACON, LARD, 'BUI ER, CHEESE, FLOUR, P~O'ATOES, ONIONS, CIGAIB, TOBACCO, av arrER g A PArOTwaEr T.LQTTRU-ik'., ALL KINDS, PRESERVJ~,, IN GLASS ANDCANSs FR UITS OP VARI6b T KINDS AS LOW AS POSSIBLE FOR CASH. Monroe, 1a., Feb'y W, 1861 n22:ly URGHNOR & MULLIN, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCIAN And Jeskhr M Dry Goodr and Groeriab, MONROE, LA. aW Buy and sell Cotton. B dec 12-d3m lENRY KING, JR., WROLEktLE AND RETAIL DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES, Moanoa, LA., Keeps constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, SADDLERY, qROCERIES, (all kinds,) WINES, .kc., kc., &c., and will sell them as cheap as the clheapes.t N. B.--IWghest cash price paid for Cotton, Hides and Country Produce. decl-...

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. — 10 March 1871

V 1.IailAFDR18.N7 VOL. 1. MONRQE,,LA., FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1871. NO. 74. THE TELEGRAPH: An Indepetndat M lrpap; . PUBL8HiS D )AL'r AND' W~ E LY, AT MONROE, OUACHn'A VAPJIS LA., V 0. W. "Metesaa. Tr II1CS 07 DA.XLP y: 8ingle WPwe-k... ..............:.... .,: 10 * *." ......-........«...... 2,00 eve py _pY. mlNS "e...., .... ..... 400 FlveQ45,.0 ~ /S u for months.. 17,S0 *sIfuat paI&i rivpwe2 S per oent.will be added to the abve rates. . TURZMS OP 0 WiLY : The followlngrates of ubseripionwill be rigidlyy adhered to in all oees: :.girgle ............ .........'. 10 One oofr ia man ...............1 5_ One copy for one year........................ 3,00 Arrival and Departure of the ]alks. From Monroe to Vkasbwr- ayn all mail matter for the Webernt, E r MiddlePsaeio and Atlantic gate, aad New rlnts daily at 4 A. M.; rrledally at T P. M. (Samdayi except. Farom breveport to Monree Arrives daily at P. M.; Departs daily at 6 A. M.: Fr Cmamden, Ark., via Farmerville to Arrives 8undye, Wed...

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. — 10 March 1871

MONROE, LA., MARCH 10, 1871. Sub1lisnh at 4 P. ME G. W. MOcGRANI, Editor. A. O. fILL, Associate Editor. MONIOE AND SURROUNDINGS. SThe past history of Monroe is of no importance to us pow ; the future is the all-absorbing subject. The population is good material composed of all nations, kindred and tong , es ' We at thought the popula tion selfsh, but, on acquahntence, find they are not. They have, to a stran ger, a cold lxlandtret bearing; but we account for this ao sound, prmactal principles-they will not hug a man until they know omethIng of him. It is seneable became It gives protection to thesmseve hagaiit the thomeand-end one humbuggerari It was once a matim oflaw that "you must presume a man is right until he is proven to be wrong." It was a good maxim, and just to our fellow man. But it seems that ereamstances, men and Governments have all changed in such a way as to demand a reversal of the maxim; hence, we must npw pre sume a man to be a humbug until hbe proves himself oth...

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