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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 5 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. . H. i. TOUSDALE. Associate ateior and Business Manager. AIAll Communications on Business should be addressed to C. H. T71O US. DALE, Monroe, La. MONROB, LA., OCTOBER 5, 1883. We are authorized to announce Austin Gleen, Esq., as a candidate for re-election to the office of District Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic Parish Convoln tion. Judge Gunby departed this morning for St. Joseph, La., to hold a term of his court which convenes at place next Monday. We have undertaken to carry out all the advertising contracts made with Capt. McCranie for both the WEEKLY and DAILY TELEGRAPH. There may be some persons who desire their contracts so made cancelled. If so, let them report the fact to this oflfice. U.-J. JNelson will sell you anything in his line cheaper than the cheapest. TIHE DAILY TELEGRAPH is distri buted to subscribers in the city and to our friends in Trenton, later than we had intended. This results from the fact that our force of compositors is u...

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. — 5 October 1883

T-h oi-the Levee Con. will be read w1th -t! by tih tat Slra behind te' aoong . 4r h io4 i ppandu its ttWdt ti. $lYW.!obtgbly represeo qfithe delelegetes gave t I would voice the oTli ofho valley, Sas e convention at ,atO tIse6of the people of S . onu le rput these "se tt b W of resolutions. filaprhImatn form and identical Iu ltance. 'T*Ie; Aburg conven tieon. eQofrms and ophaishes the ac ,t toand gives the  tand what the. peo require for the ima -o- er cojhgaercial rela po toher omees in .As at Baton of the River Com approved. Acom eof thi Val each State is ap sulpport ofh easboigtion during uato , ug ress, and watch the liates tlf o ar ey and secure need ed aid for the improvement of the great" commercial highway, and this w'o.* ýbe e plepplemented by the l4(et h detiegoW tes to the conven tioan,whiecadjouens to meet in Wash ington iq January. s Wlt10h t Valley States united in support of the resolutions adopted at Baton Rouge and Vicksburg, the bat Mt l era t icaily won. Conu ...

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 October 1883

AOL. 1. MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1883. NO. 5. THE TELEGRAPH, Published Daily and Weekly, fly ('. H. TRlIOUL Si)ALE. TERMS OF DAILY: l3tiVC Coly ........j..... ........ ......... 1' le copy per week .............................. -, One co per onth............................. 1 00t rtne copy three o ths............................... 3 )o:'e copy six months ........................... .i 00 TERMS OF WEEKLY: cil:gle .opy ...........................................6 :*nle copy ; months............................... 1 50 One '(copy 1 yealr........... ....................... 250 Arrival and D)epartlre of Mails. Eastern ltail via Vicksburg, Shreveport utd Pacific Railroad-daily. Shrev0eport mail-daily except Monday. Monticello nmail via Hastrop-daily ex -ept Sunday. Canadenx mail via Farmnersvlle-daily ex cept Sunday. t'olutnlia Ia;il-daily except Sunday. .,ttachita City ltalil departs lModay, ,Vednedav and Friday. Arrives Tuesday, lthursdaý s :dtl Saturdays. t kaloosa mnail e...

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 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. McCRANI.' Editor. Official Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA., OCT( BER . IS. WEATHER INDI)ICATIIONS. WASHING'rION, 1). C. (Oct. ).--For Gulf states: Generally fair weather; South to west winds. Stationary or ris ing barometer and temperature. News By To1olgrajh NO YELLOW FEVEI. PENS ACOLA, FLA., Oct. 3.--Pensa rola continues without even a rumor of yellow fever Marianna Tallahassee and Milton raised quarantine to-day. --- - -~ --.,. m.. FAILURES FOR A WEEK. NEW YORK, Oct. 5.--R. D. Dunn & Co's mercantile agency reports business failures for week throughout United Sates and Canada number 182, as againt 180, last week. In New York city failures are insignificant in number and amount. STAGE ROBBERS KILLED. ST. LoUIs, Oct., 5.-Despatch from Tucson Arizona says Jacob Elmer and Chas. Hensly, two stage robbers belong ing to the gang that killed messenger Collins on the 10th, wereovertaken by sheriff Paul & posse ten miles from Tucson on Wednesday. El...

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 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. H. TROUSDALE. Associate Edtior and Business Manager. S,~El// Counio.nictioe , o.n Jw,ie.ss. :/,uo" /(4, (l(dle(.51' to) ('. H. T'JRO(;S. J)ALI', Jlo,'V L(. We are abuthlorized to annoIllo lce Austinl (.:een. Eq., as a candidate lbr re-election to t ie 'Jtic(e of District Clerk, subject to the action cf tlh' D)einooratic Parish Conven ti 0on. M.IONROE, LA., OCTOBER c, 18S:1. To-morrow's edition of the TELEr: EL4RAP}t Will be dirtributed on Mon clay morning. lion. Alex. Boarman, Judge of the District Court of the Western District of Louisiana, arrived last night. His healthful proportions indicate that his summer wanderings (did not dis agree with him. There was a meeting of the Parish Executive Committee yesterday, called ior the purpose of electing a member to fill :t vacancy from this parish in the D)emocrat State Central Committee, wnirh resulted in the selection of lion. F. P. Stubbbs. irn ,lp the Celebrated Square Cigar. s q ,A R E lI N E S ii A 1' A IA E...

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 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. Nit 'N i:4)1E LA., Ot.'I'Ul'1El: t , 1s.'-; Lateist Markets by Telegraph. rtitleir it t ". lIlart i sp a I h, dtol.l Os tlea *iav? shi'wl~,\erV·. ,ý 1 ý;ll"ý 1'1 `Iin~),ecC'llat~ttc, ;hill x'l' s '1111(1 TL!\ I-.HOtI., O)Ct. c.-(e:3IIlI ,a A ft 't-ril0l.7, :;3,:Jitt' :;.u 17. a lu l s l 70ttwit. .L 'Vi iiii 1llil ltls t Oct. an N v. ttliv-tY " ),-,1 jt u~r .lab's'-,i, te "i in n eh. r1' v u l Marc 5n u!t-i a nc I" t-tI. iiarchi al Apr:iwl , Oct, - .prices::; jl-,i. hl.-i~tOI. t"er Y: li.m- llIrt whith ls dllil. twill ii ' ( .t'ijllC- t I 2 ti er lt.c III S. . LVi ''· t 1 .-1 -Iir -Iti. I- i··l~ wl l ti-iitcr plit t- I IC t I tt iil shl~t\ 1%, loI., Olate A ka a' i.- alit -I em itli k ile itiSt, 1tli Otil-il~lY sI iiiv* i* re-I- a,(t, "" \;'C tii - "ii. t, fo w .rl ' :,(k ittt . i. I I I MI ..··I 1 K 1'oul-1, ')"1t. :: ;,1: I'I; 1,.:,, L. 1 jrl :I1 ,, .t lltid I d litg':l u April altit t Mayt5 l :.'-ll LI\I"KI'OL :::i' l it. l'tti I. ij '1t~ i5-6 e .a (, rc t. Ap i i...

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. — 7 October 1883

-OL. 1. M · IONROE -. SOND.. OCT .ER 7,1883. .NO 6. VOL. I. MONROI' iLA., SONDAY, OCT0OBER 7, 1883. NO. 6. THE TELEGRAPH, Published Daily and Weekly, By C. H. TROUSDALE. TERMS OF DAILY SinglT copy.:... ............. .................... 5 One"ewo py"per wreekc: ý ..-.........·.-..::':"r::..... ,ý One copy per n tlQ th .......................... 00 One copy three tiOiths.:... ............ 3 00 One copy six months........................ (; 00 TERMS QF WEE ELY : Single copy .... ............1........s 5 One copy ti in. ................ .... ..... 1 50 One copy I et ... .............*... ... ... 2 50 ,Arrival ll )nd Departure or Mails. Eastern mail via Vicksburg, Shreveport tnd Pacific Railroad-dailv. Shreveport mail-daily except Monday. Monticello mall via Bastrop-daily ox (celOt Sunllday. .. ,,c4 ..3f ,, Camodeitn mailwia. rl'inersvmllie-.aily ex eptl Sunday. -, ('olumbiat mail -:daily except Sunday. (Ouachita City mail deplarts Monday, Veduesday arlnd Friday. Arrive Tuesday, Thu...

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. — 7 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. McORANID. Editer. Oficial Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA., OCTOBER 7, Iss3. WEATIIHER INDICATION. WAHIINGTON, (Oct. (;.-lndications for East Gulf States fair weather, winds Northerly Southerly; rii ng barometer, stationary or slight fall in temperature. West Gulf States fair weather, variable win'ls mostlySoutherly, falling barom eter in western portion. rising followed by falling barometer in Eastern por tion; Stationary or a -light rise in temperature. ElITORIAL CORREIRPIONND)ENCE. Soul. ]LAKE-', TEx., )ct. l, 15b:J. The treacherous sands of the most common-place conversation were fairly exposed yesterday in a colloguy be tween the proprietor of the Lake and a lady boarder from New Orleans. Her appearance, taking only her face as an index, indicated, Mr. M3illis (the proprietor) thought, a great gain in flesh, and he was insisting in this point, probably as iluch )on compli ment to the lady as going to establish that the reputation for augmenting ...

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. — 7 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. H. TROUSDALE. Asuociate Edtior and Business Manager. i "iAll Co(rozntmieatjioas on Jusi,hnes.s shodd be ad((dressed to (C If. ITRO .;S D)ALE, Mifoaroe, Ira. We are authorized to ahmnounce Austin Green, Esq., as a candidate for re-election to the office of District Clerk, subject to the action of the D)emourratic Parish, Conven tion. MONROE, LA., OCTOBER 7, 18S:3. We have undertaken to carry out all the advertising contracts made with Capt. McCranie for both the WEIE-:FI. and DA.\ILr TIE,E(RAxPH. There may be some persons who desire their ("ontracts so made cancelled. If so, ldt them report the fhct to this ofiie. n hl Tuesday morning we will ''take up a collection" not for the widows and orphans, but for the Da).Ir, T1:LE GIRAP'H. If our friends and patrons desire to see the daily a success they will not hesitate to make the necessary " ,ontribution" ()ur carriers are au thorized to receipt for ~ubscriptions. t)wing to troubles in our office that the average read...

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. — 7 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MOtROE, LA., OC(TOBER 7, 1 3. li.t' IN 'IlIE L, II'I. Withi thip articleh ;we eamrft!udle out'' extractl frmltu the .Jitepurlieant if 1S4;7 regarding the ctnnection of the lion. .Jno. Fitzpatrick with the Ward Fourth Le )I l lirn ptlu .. - , W shold never have presenrted tlhese papris to theliglt, but as a maler. of defence, against the unholy warifare of the Anti-Adhtin istration press. We have-no other apologies to wake: T'o the President and' Members of the Third Ward Central Club-Your committee appoinit~l andifl st~rgoted to report, by resoluLion or otherwise, the action proper to be taken by this club and the clut acting in cotileetion therewith in the. t .rd ward, in view of the rejectio;n of, Messrs. Carter and -Ioses, delegates elect to the par;ish mit I under- the auspices of this bb ae paris coL.mittee, respect ly' t tsp od pre-cribed the ru of the late parish Oo veut ?i sottle the contest be t twVo-clubs claiming respec ively to be the central club of 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. — 9 October 1883

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1883. NO. 7. THE ,TELEGRAPH, Published Daily aud Weekly, Ilvy ('. H. TRO)USI)ALE. TERMS OF DAILY: ,iingle copy ....... ............ ................... 5 One copy per week......................... . 25 One copy per month.......................... 1 0) One copy three onth...................3 . 00 One copy six months.......................... 0 00 SRMVIS OF WTEEKLY: Single copy .............. . .... ......... 5 ()ne copy ti monthals............................... 1 50 One copy I year........................ ......... 2 50 Arrival anid )eparture of Mails. Eastern imail via Vicksburg, Shreveport .utd Pacilic Railroad-daily. Shreveport mnail-daily except Monday. Monticello mail via Bastrop-daily ex eot Sunday. Camden mail via Farmnersville-dailvy x oept Sunday. ('olumbia nmail-daily except Sunday. O(uachita City mail departs Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Arrives ''Tesday, Thursdays and Saturdays. Okaloosa mail every Monday and Friday. Lapine mail ...

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. — 9 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. McCRANIE. Editor. Official Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA., OC'TO EI:R 9, 1853. "'THE TELEGIRAPH' ON NICHOLLS." SOUl LAKE, TEX., Oct. 5, 18S3. _Ib the Editor of flthe l,,,( hr,se ('!co'ion Such is the heading .f an editorial in the Clarion of the 21st uli., wherein you lay rather violent hands on the 'l'T.r.(:;oi.lit for alledged aspersions of the integrity, honesty and incapacity of (Gov. Nicholls while Governor of Louisiana. I am not annoyed by the force of the Clarion's grip, nor by its very free translation of my plain English into the pure diction of romance-being, rather, an admirer of the Clarion as a literary standard,-and w,s not inclin ed to persuade you even to turn the TEI.EotRAPHI loose, until this present moment, when the thought suggested itself that my silence might be con strued as an endorsement of the unwarranted conclusions upon whioh the Clarion based its criticism. This criticism appears to have b)een the off spring of two caus...

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 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. H. TROUSDALE, Associate Edtior and Business Manager. °ti 11/1 C(oma,uications on IuIsiness •.'hot,/,? 6 arlddliessed to (: Ii. I7I'TO(S. JL-I', Mloni'oe, Lu. 'We are authorized to announce Austin (e 1, I,., as a allndi(late for re-election to' the o tiie of1' District Clerk, subject to the ti( t l' th )4lie DeIlo,'ratic Parish (Conven I t , t l .. MONROE, LA., oCTOBERI 9, IsM. We had a pleasant call yesterday m,,rining from Mr. Ben. McFarlin of the iHitrolp Clarion, who was on a: briet vi\it to the "Queen City of the Ouachita Valiey" in the interest of his splee:di.l journal. All persons who have cotton to sell Ind goods to buy, should not fail to e' :! .' 1). 1. (iunby's store-where p -eia! inducetnents will be offered in orler to close out the business of the estate. We know from a personal in-peetion that this is true. The Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, tr.e pride of the State, opened Friday with over 1004i students on 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. — 9 October 1883

. i1T TELGR'APH. ·7 - :aroNROE. - S OE, LA., OCTOBER 8, is5:. SI1 .llETlION. F s"H DAILY ''ELE(IG'RAi'1i Made its t orance ot'uesday morning, bright eaetdollar, newsy and as neat as a pin. t is a four-column, four page paper, Stdi of the lat*at news. Success to the s'. enterprise.-Ricehuil 1teouidl o, tish. SVfe .pre i receipt of the DAILY U( A ~I b'iAl:G'lAP1i, Which was inaug "r CC , ol. G . . McCranie, but Y shortly afterward. It is uonder the management of t': , rousdale. It is a neatly ; wsy and well conducted pa I wilsh it abundant sueecess. Time,, theire is any one who imagines '.18is.ka easy or play-thifg matter ýt outa daily paper, weinvite them II at this office 4t ny hour of the from 7 p.m. t6.3 a.m., and COn-i yiemselves of their error." The Is clipped from the Monroe DAjiLjYTELEGREAI'H. TiiiE TELEI:(.lAI isa spicy paper and has all the news of thbihay In it as furnished by the Asso ,'lated Press.-- V'iksruig le,'ra(l, 6tIh. '"e are pleased to observe among our 'ex...

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 October 1883

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1883. NO. 8. THE TELEGRAPH, Published Daily and Weekly, lly C. H. TIOUSi)AIE. TERMS OF DAILY: Single coly .......................................... 5 One copy per week........................... 25 One copy per month...................... 1 00 One copy three months........................ 3 00 One copy six months .......................... 0 00 TERMS OF WEEKLY: Single copy.................................... . 5 One copy 0 months ........................ 1 50 One copy 1 year................................... 2 50 Arrival and I)eparture of Mails. Easternu ail via Vicksburg, Shreveport and Pacific Railroad-daily. Shreveport mail--daily except Monday. Monticello mail via Bastrop-daily ex ,.cet Sunday. Camnden mail via 1Farniersville-daily ex cept Sunday. Columbia mail-daily except Sunday. Ouachita City mail departs Monday, Wednesday and Fridavy Arrives 'l'uesday, 'Thtrsdavs and Saturdays. t)kalotsa mail every 1onitday and Friday. Lapine mai...

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 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. MIVcRANIE. Editor. Official Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA., OCT(OBER 10, isý3. REPIUBLICAN AI)VICE. We clip the following extract from and editorial of the Donaldsonville Chief of Sept. 29, 1SS:1, headed Guber natorial Candidates, in which, after noting the withdrawal (.f Jetfries and Pierson, and stating that the real candidates are Nicholls, McEnery and Odgen "whose chances'of success, (says the Chief), appear to rate in the order we have named the individuals." The Republican editor proceeds to give the following advice to the Nicholls and Odgen men of the con vention. Will theAnti-Admini-tration papers, claiming to be Democratic, follow this dark republican advice' McEnery has that support of most of the politicians who control the machin ery of the dominant party and to whom the packing and manipulation of con ventions is familiar work. It will be a herculean task to defeat him for the nomination, and if tie anti-adminis trationists propose 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. — 10 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. H. TROUSDALE, Associate Edtior and Business Manager. 0 -z --- -°-y .... _ 1°,ljA/ ( Oolttimic(tionf s on Ji1i.tiie.S P "bivtd be -d .rlesed to (. If. ''O (;S- d DALE, lMo'oc, 1.. i We arc anthorizietl to ann1unnco Austinl (reenl, :Esq., ans candllidate for re-election J to the otlie of District Clerk, sublject to the action ol the IDeniocratic Parish ('onven $100. .MONROE, LA., OCTOBER 10, 1S:3. Since legining the publication of the DAIY TEIE;GRAPH we have been so p)resyed for timei that we have neglec ted to make the usual mention of our advertising patrons. TIIE TELEGRAPH will not fail, however, to make -all things even" with them in time. We now recommend every advertiser in the DAILY as deserving of patronage. i .. . . . - -" .t. Plow and Wagon Hamines 25e. to :1.50 , at Harris'. 1 The 'Alhambra Restaurant," so well anbl lavorahly known throughout North Louisiana and to the traveling public has been re-opened at No. 10) )e t-iard st. Mr. nl.ssminger, the pro...

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. — 10 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. 51< N Rio+L A.. O('TOBEIR 10, IS.: OIFFIt'I A I, I)IIICT"IOIY. (, ve . ........... . . '. I 1 1+clEne.ry Src*retr:tl ' f S'alt. . ......... \ill A Ntrong Autit.r P l'hll . .v, ... .. Allen Litiel 'lTrl'a° u lrer. ........~......... ......K A \ rko SuI l,'t 'ubIJ l :alc ueti, n. ........ 1' Il 'ay A..Lrtt, v e j(r ellr-ia ...... .... ............... E lgai NIIur''eL ('Ourt. 4 h.elf .l i. e ............. .lAwardl ei'llluiidez A scan 'e *.T ,tic'.................. lFelix PIt 'tc(hei S.......................1H B Todd S....................' Manning S.................(~ aIE lF'enner *"lrk ....... ............... ............. R J W ilson MIet.- at IMontr'Te ir>.t 5londay in .Tlune. I . S. Sellntor+s. B I JFlFl. ............... .......... Ne Orleallns SP Kellgl...................... ... " M~llbers of Congrc,.. b I j ib~ ,on ................................l.t D istrict E John Ellis ..............................d " E W Robertson. .................... .....n: d N...

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. — 11 October 1883

Wi0 L 3At. TIeasapb. VOL. '1. MONROE, LA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1883. NO. 9. - ..m __ U 1 - __ __ ~ IIIn ....... /_ .......... il ~_~_ Ul n m, 11 ~ _~_~;~ Imimm n l llnlim ~ ~ ~ _ Ni_ ii Iin mni,,nl il n, THE TELEGRAPH, Published Daily and Weekly, lid C It. iiI OUSI)ALUA. TERM6S OF DAILY - ... e k......... ....................... . 5 (.0:e t.'I~jy per w e ...... One cOIp*V per mutonth ..................... 1 (,i 1I lo copy till-(.'( mI itlths..... ...........) :( ' )I j(. 4'.1V4 six '.. 10(tl1 ...... ................. ; 1111 TERIvMS OF WEEKLY: C~lr c~,l?' ; I~o~tll......... ...... .................. .1 (4t .4 y ..................... . . . . One t;'.'' I yearr........... ........................ 2 y1 Ittrn iiiail v.ia i '.t 14'k'.4tiltg ihrevel nirt t:A Paujlni Rilroh ad-daily. '.t440\ 1-ju rt 111.- 411114 exce'pt Mni \i('itti' P i( lai ia Baitr p ditii. ex "(.t '4414411444 ia ". iiei~1eg~j cal ulenillail via harlllet1 'tlle-Ilailv ex e otSnday. llba~I:: iit·cnI I 1114. \4eIr· .c: ...

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. — 11 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. McCRANIE. Editor. Official Journal ol the (ity of Monroe ; 3MONHO.i. LA.,,_T i :;1 ;F- l1, 1 '.;. VW A i iiN(,'I'TN, 1). 1'., ( ,t. 1,.-Str. geon Gen'l. Craue1,Un., Stat,- A-s't died la-t night. WHEATHER INI)I('AT'ION. . WVAsHIuNGI'N, O(ct. 1i).--lndications for the East Gulf State-, ;f.ir weather, variable winds; -tationry ,r faliling, barometer, and falliig temperature. For West Gulf States, fair weather, with southerly wind-; itationary or rising harometer and temperature. T'RA(.EDY A'I' 1-FAI'T'IT II, fL, ARK. S'r. Louis, Oct" 17.-Advice from Fayettville, Ark., '-ays that Deputy Marshalls l'erry :.o.,l \Veather ford, while guarding onie Indian pris oners Monday night, qu:irrelled over ai game of cards. Each d!rew revolvers i and killed each other, ",,o' tirin: :: andl, the ether 7 shots. M1SCEulANE4U) ', Ni-:w O)RLE:AN-., O t-'. 19.-The City i Council took no action t,) night in the impeachment if \aVl-lt,,. Ailjourned till Friday. V\7r ic p l' 311-... ...

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