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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 23 October 1883

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1883. NO. 20. THISPAG EISENGAGED MAMMOTH DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT! 34, Grand Street, 34, Th ecuriouswil lb ef'urnish ed withdetailssho rtlyIntheme anti nmediciphertlIisatyourleisur eandthengoaro undandlview The WonderNFlI DiNplay oif Goods GERSON'S, 34 GRAND STREET.

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. — 23 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. McCRANIE. Editor. C. H. TROUSDALE. Associate Edtior and Business Manager. Omelal Journal of the ('ifty of Monroe MONROE, LA. OCT()B ER 2., >:i3. EDITORIAL CORRESIIPON )EN C'E. "Rounding up" at Soilur laiL'. SOU i LA , T xs, October '2o, 188. When the Texas cow boys--thus have 1 read-find the proper time arri ved for taking the great cattle trail north, and all is re Ay for the long journey, save that the cattle are dis persed all over the prairie, the collecting of the various drives is the next and last step preliminary to setting forward on the long drive. Wide circuits on horse back are now made around the scattered herds, the boys whooping, yelling, and popping their whips, each successive circuit becoming narrower and narrower, the cattle acting under contripetal coercion from without, un til finally the whole ,"drive" is, in expressive Texas idiom, ,"rounded up" into one compact, breathing mass of Texas beeves doomed to slaughter. The rugged literatur...

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. — 23 October 1883

DAI LY TELEGRAPLI. piarlturo< it)' irre~gtlar. n a \11 11 ils (lose at 9 o'clok p. us, ,exet )' n lRl via V., (. T P. . . whi- ' closes .-'rral oair bean re departuire of train. ,ice hoi 'rs * . In.i to i . ic' ; S uio ldan,' to L .1 t.I. and 5 to 8 l i n . Hour fr `lo I 1 order ailld reliter bl sines( , 8 a. l. l 0, -o n,;IIi) 1 ,L . i , 1ept. 3, 1 3 L i. i h . lt tt! nail via 11 *an i2)vj). ei.l ' yi x-2La WliJudge A. . Guiby departed by.i V ai' ye~lestday mnorning. for Talluhah, h rie i, ai'ed Satterd s ' li his at ialoin i evy oday 1 Friday. LaJust i cai eve rytt D. n. (uiday'sr: )a!ita rivrc e Choice Hnatrd, , x 2"'"pt d11221 low caster when er~rivi ~and21( :.!i tbl . C:etn~etit. A tiL2tur are irregulof happir.es: oro All mailijs close at ii o'clock p. Un., except i erka via V., S. & P. iale of.. hi cottonses nI it- way tol the:olton yard-1llulletin, A fict hour befo remo departure: A Monroeai. oiierk who 1ter a. ni. to p I in.; Sundays, "' to. ') a. in. an1d( 5 to...

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 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONRO)E, LA., OCTEEII -:;. l:n:;. News By Te liraph. W EA'TIEItt INlIC(A'T'lONS. VWA:;ml IN , t ,'t. 2__.-ihndicationlS for \V',-t Fullf St:u.tt'. partly cloudy weather atn;d ost, saii, northea-sterly \vincl , la tiiU (rVtutet:r aitt statiton ary or riuing tenmpcrtturc. DEADI). CAM[IHtum )(;1E, Oct. 22.-Ex-Coiigress tan C..1. Albright is dead. THE LAWI MUST BE ENF(ORCED. Vtc'Ks1a al(4, Miss., Oct. 22.-Joseph White, a constah:bk, shot and killed i~obt. Allen on the Flowers plantation to-day, while attempting to serve a writ of attachment upon him, and a ,luarrell ensuing, terminated with the above result. Both colored. FIRE. ANNAPOLIS., M1. 1)., (Oct. 22.-A fire 'iroke out here this morning at 4 o'clock n ac,)l. Clayto'i's grocery .tores. He Aiep) coal oil irmp' Ihurniing cand it is • upposed they exploded. Anither xplosion ,:' coal ,:1 or pfwdtr tidlowved -hakini hoills 4u) .tW. t in!ll; the enl ire niighbtrhood. (Wt Ntvn .A'ad cle u!y ,t(1Afl tie (11i -, t la.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. — 24 October 1883

XYOL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1883. NO. 21. THISPAGEISENGAGED OF' FTHn-E MAMMOTH DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT! 34, Gramd Street, 34, MQ P QE LOUISI.ANA.. Thlecuriouiswi llbefurnish ed( witll detailssho rtlyIntheme anti m edicilh 1erthisatyourleisur eandthengoaro tunclianidview The Wo4erfud Display of Gcods, GERSON S, 34 GRAND STREET.

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 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. McCRANIE. Editor. C. H. TROUSILE. Associate Edtior and u."'.: .s .LIauagoer. Official Journal of the 1 it oll 31mrl'o MONRo E]:, L.A., OCT0(! t., it .~ El)I TORIAL, ('ORII Et IlN lin' ll,. 'i tlg, .nndin ,.. up" t 1:'. , l.a .ia 8 1" it A.1 K '.l., TiX .\., O( to!.er 2 il 1 i. SWhen this place getý its ful ((entitle," will be known :al u:,r I l'tke Miln cral Wellk. There are fourteen ol tith :. \%ti!1-, 1o two of which are alike, either in taste, colo)r, or uombiniation of t minoral in gredients, and I believe lithre might just as easily be wells ,, similar dis similarity at every gas j.t, of which there are perhaps fully five hundred enough to light ait small t,')., though some of the gas i 1(') .'mi tibtle. The chief minerals, ram, d ini ie ordler of their supply, ar., -ulphtur-.rcdl, white 'nd black,-lime, :niim, iron and magnesia, these list al! -:tlph]at(s. I annex an analySis of ~ .I thef wewit (No. 8) by an analvtic:al .chernit ,f (Cincinnati : CFree...

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. — 24 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH.'! \Th)N hlflI? LA.,Ol JB:iH';: 1"; .. '11 1'1; 11:1" t i)1tr t 11,:1 at ' -.if'ii,- x1 l'- . . " mui. x tl i'.l It -i2; l l' ixti .e11- -n i "Iitiez'l1i 'izii Vi:) Ji;ta.t 1'iip'- l.,ixv (injilt i11'01 I'.)!'!'ii',i i("t't'inl Iax ai~ v~icri ,tel Mat iiilic va. ol eN ('.!Il l::iiu 111:111--'I\rIIl rxos'pr Sufi Liir \\'ia r!uia Pity 111,111 'I'"4· tlrrtr \1;lt h a i t~ n-a main eI,\ r\ St niid").Ind 1 riilt " 1.:ipimzc- inxin ever,' i lniidi iaati I ritilav (ii)iai'-Iiita iver I Biil i-'vey til i ita' (-% i'iit ilz'iii 1uI\ x: 'itirv uwzenarrivala iiwl d-pai . rav ire nitr ig iiia jlee Mall via 'V. 4..1'' 1'. 1.. H., \ut Ln u t{(: !'ti 1')1 e i xtil i "r anti rel- zi[tet iii l ,s, fl 111 (In ,ti h i- *a Iii ii - p i-i i , Iinit txin, i. fit li -, p Iii n'lxitip, I i 1411 1 -1 1li1t Ianrpii'' v xl'ii it: l3 o linIiive uin el·vet ising, i'ý a -le in i-eaii ')i attltia'titig t~l' tifli, 1)a} :t c i-it to (Lev-1)i1 ' 'on 'u flee tel ti-uIV(xi+ that the:v~i htovck 111:" b...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 24 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. .11')N l -a 1., l .1., ')(.'i'i ii:;- '. 1. 1--., Ne s By Toolgrap. W E.Tr1TEl it INDI)(;.t'IO, Ns. ,V , ,- 1NG ON, () . 2:;.--In clieation5 for \Vet (tl:' S;tte-, . trtl"y C'loudy we-ither and local rain-; wind-, mostly nlo:'t:leater:ly ivlth sl;tati',nary or !alling lina' t:inlt;ti atll 'ta:tit.nar yi r t ifaturg. .411 AND Oltt)Elt. 't'. Lotis, 3i)., ()et. 2;.-A large nulmber of the most prominent citizens of St. Louis, irreispective of party fealty, met In secret council last night at the St. Louis Cluh i'Joouli'. A Law and ()rder Lý'ague was organized on the plan of citizen; commilittert otf 1('0 of P'hihladelphia. 'I'TIE I)DEMOCRATIC S'A'ATE CEN. Iuz'iepatrick and Followerl' I'eturin to the i'old aiind Agree to tI IRl-orgainizatioln. NE\v F .It )1;.i% N-, (Oclt. 2",.-Tihe Ilmnjocratic Sta'tl ('utntral ('un;mittee meet at (i ip. in ,.the litzpatrick branch having agr'.cd to a i'e'urgantiz:.attoli. \Vlen thtey etltere:l i h," iil,ll they were loudly cheeret . 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. — 25 October 1883

YOL. 1. MONROE, LA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1883. NO. 22. THISPAGEISENGAGED 0EF' T"EEI8 MAMMOTH DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT! 34, Grand Street, 34, SONROE, LOTISiA&NA . Thecuriouswillbefulrnishedwithdetailssho rtlylntheme anti medicipherthisatyourleisur eandthengoaro aundandview Th. WoderiwI~fr~iay of Goods GERSON'S, 34 GRAND STREET.

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. cOR*NIE. Editor. C. H. TROUSDALE, Associate Edtior and Business Manager. Official Journal of the Ciit of Monroe MONROE, LA., OCTOBELR 25, 1883. --- ----- . ........ EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. "Rounding up" at Sout Lak,e. [GCo, l., fr . te.ý',4 d y'. diftion.] Sou ii LAi , TE xAs, October 20, I'S3. It seems to be the opinion of all with whom I have eu,,ve.sed, and I have been at some parons to confer with individuals not partlal, -'uc:..e of some personal reasons, to the present management, and I have yet to hear ofany positive failures to benefit the sick coming here, no matter what their complaint, so that they only acted prudently and gave the water a fair trial. On the contrary, I have heard repeatedly of remarkable cures, as, for instance, people either being haulded here, or walking on crutches, and leaving after treatment, as it is said and 1 can believe, actually danc ing. I have before me now a number of certificates furnished by pIrsonsm who have been...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. )10NPOE, LA., OCTO' ERI " N. 'e are authorized to at ouit tt e-Ltt l tttil n I'en, ]S.q., as aI tandidatt t' t- r-,- let t.tt t. the olhet, of Dlistrict ('ltrk, tsuljeet to the St 1, ":t-lln ratin O I'tar t (t lnVilt -Arrivail anId I)eparl ture tof fla1ils. ;astern lllt via "rukshu:'g, ihro'v.pur' and Paritie lai'roul--daily. Shreveport mail--daily except M'ndtlt . Montictllo) mail via Bastrop,---daily ex (cot Sunday. Catlden ntil via F'arnier.vtlleo--iatlv ,x ('Ppt MSunday. ('otlu bia mail--daily except Sunday. Onachita City liail departs Monday Wednesdayaud Friday. Arrives -'T'ue1(1a3 Thursda!ys and Saturdays. Okaloosa mail every Monday and Friday. Lapine mail overy Monday and Friday. )unachita river mail every Saturday, ex 't'pt (iuring low water when arrivals and dtjtpal Lures' are irregular. All natils close at 9i o'clock p. il., except ing mail via V., S. & P. R. H., which closes umtn half hour before departure of train. (R 1ice hours ai. in. to 5 p. III...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONRI)1", ILA.. OC'TlOB'ER ,3, I. News By Telegooraph, WEATHER LNDIC.L'T'IONS. WV.\IIISN('rS, ()Oct. 24-.--Indications for East (;ulf States, local rainst east to south wils,. becoming variable and shifting to westerly, slight fall in northern portions, followed by rising barometer and stationary and lower temperature. For West Gulf States, fair weather, preceded by light local rains, northeastly winds, stationary or rising barmorneter and slight fall in temperature. SNOW. DOVER', N. H., Oct. 24.-It has been snowing steady bere since six o'clock this morning. FAILED. PHILADELI'IIIA, October 24.-The wholesale clothing house of Stern, Trautman & Co. has failed, with liabilitie, aumounting to A150,000, of whichi 8127,000 i isi a shapet o (cash loatls. 'TIrEi DEMOCRATIC STATE CEN TIRAL (OMMITT'EE. NEW O OlIANs, Oct. 24.-After har inony had been restored yesterday the Cowumittee decided tt calI the State (ont vention to nei-i .)t. 13ttorl it"ruie I)ecenlber l th, tn...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 26 October 1883

\OL. 1. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1883. NO. 23. THISPAGEISENGAGED OF T'EI MAMMOTH DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT! 34, Grauul Street, 31, MORfNEE, LOUISIANA. 'Thecuriouswi llb efurllish cdlwýit hdet ailstsho rtlylilthenie anti -nedicilýherthisatv(urleisur eandthenlgoaroun IUallndUal t i jew The Wonderful! Bisplay of Goods GERSON'S, 34 GRAND STREET.

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 26 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. McCRANIE. Editor. C. H. TROUSDALE. Associate Edtior and Buslness Manager. Official Journal of the l'ity of Mlonroc .M1UNIO )E, L., O(CTOBER] 2i, Is.,; EVOLUTION. No propositionu can I c:lea:rer than that the State Central (ommlnittee was intended to be, and should be, organ ized in the interest of the whole party, and that the issues between Democratic aspirants should be prohibited in its councils. Accepting this theory as correct, it is not strange that man y of the members thought that there should he a re-or ganization, and that MIr. F'itzpatrick, the president, who is an active, vigor ous and determined partisan of Gen. Ogden, should be replaced by a nmore moderate, temperate and judicial pre siding officer. Whatever doubts we may have entertained, prior to the meeting of the committee, as to the policy or wisdom of such a course, they were fully removed by the violent and revolutionary methods to which Mr. Fitzpatrick resorted to prevent such re organiza...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 26 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. .IONROE, LA., OC TOBER 2;,- 15s3. Ve are authorized to aiItnoini Austin t.relel, E1 q., as a canlidat t tor r o-lectionlI to tlhe ollico of District Clerk. sublject to the a(ction of the Demiol.ratic. Pal'ishl (oionven tion. Srri\val and l)eparture of Mails. Easte4rn mail via Vick.sburig, 5hroxvelort and Pacific Railrioad-daily. Shreveport mail--daily except Monday. Monticello mail via Bastrop-daily ex cept Stinday. Camnden mail via Farmorsville-dailyv ox ceet Sunday. Columbia mail-daily except Sunday. 4)uachita City mail departs Monday, Wednesday-and Friday. Arrives T'uesday, T'hursdays and Saturdays. Okaloosa mail every Monday and Friday. Lapine mail every Monday and Friday. ()uachita river mall every Saturday, ex cept during low water when arrivals and departures are irregular. All mails close at 9 o'clock p. in., except ing mail via V., S. & P. R. R.. which closes one-half hour before departure of train. ()flice hours S a. mu. to S p. In.; Suntudays, 8 to 91...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 26 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. .MONI ,4i. IA., OCT,' BEI { J ! , 1-. News By foolgraph. WIvE ;A.''ilE  I INDICATIONS.s. 1V.1 ts I ', , N,(),'t. 2-)0.- 1idicatious tjr .Eas-t (;iul Staten., liir wtvther; winds i mostiy t:1)4iherly; risingl barotne ter, str tiiit aIry ,4r lo\'er templlerature, For WVot (cGulf St'ate-, fair weather, windl; 4mostly northerly, rising barome 'nor, stationa;y or slight tall in tempera Sore. 'IRE AT EI1WARtD)S, MISS?. JACKSON, 3ILMs., Oct. 23.-Seven -torehouses burned at Edcwards, Mirs., Last night. Loss =,15,0oJ: partly insur *td. Houses are John II. Odeneal, B. 4 ;riswal, John Parker ani Cook & -;addis. NO C(HANGE AT 1:HREI TON. NEiw O RIA:.AN , (Oct. 2"..-The Pic:aynii.'s lretwtotl, Ala., special re jiorta no improve~nmelt in tile situation -it _retvwion. T"'hier' are _" c('as's .!ow nrder.otrtment mol 44'Sue hew case Co-dlay. O Inc d ileath Ileur ,! (1tat Sght. ,')t:oal dcath:: to date 'l. 1: .TIW1 . P(; Ni, . ' \ i:'" 1i :.u1,; -, It 1 . 2.-,. \ pectial 1'x...

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. — 27 October 1883

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1883. NO. 24. THISPAGEISENGAG ED ELO0 GR0 cDIE, HII8 MAMMOTH DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT! 34, Grand Street, 34, MO1EOZ, ~LOUISZAYA Thecuriouswillbefnrnishedwithdetailssho rtlyIntheme anti muedicipherthisatyourleisur eandthengoaroaundandview The WontderMG Dis~ay of G.ooJ GERSON'S, 34 GRANDISTREET.

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. — 27 October 1883

DAILY TELEGR APH. G. W. McORANIE. Editor. C. H. TROUSDALE, Associate Edtior and Businoss Manager. Official Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA., OCTO)BIE - ., I, -I. THE DEMOCRATIC N'rA'A r: t!:"+TP *' COMM TIT'' When the news was telegi a phcd over the State that-a bolt hadl ? V,, 'wl lie re'rganiization of the I)emi:c.r,Ltic State C-. Oral Committee, eveiy Democrat who has the welfare of ihis State a'"d party at heart, had true cause for ap prehension. They have cause for con gratulation now that the :;,frencee which arose between the two factions of the Commitee have It: happily adjusted. Nobody doubts the that majority of the Committee had the perfect right to reorganize, and no fair-minded man but that they were justifiable in doing so. We would like to give the pro cedings of the Committee in full upon this subject, bus our limited space will not allow of it. Gen. Jastremski, of Baton Rouge, who took the initiative in the movement for the reorganization, in a speech bef...

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. — 27 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. .MON1iOE. LA., O(TI'OBE , 1s63. c'"lut Sulnlay. 1Ca'ri'dl tl Iat ar I nlt rt vtll -- tilt x '-, ll't i nail -- via ',it - c ptl; I,i, (Nallhl r. ol u lachita 'ih n aoi de,a r l v a. Y Shre eporta s an1t - 1 'aitli 'o. t .i. . uaioisti m al a:i ev 'ry Mo da. and ,.rida. ( i lat Iund ay.ii I 1eve ' %tl . .} antI -ria . Ou rita river 111 (ill vXr' ý:t n yt} ". :.i nails close at 9 o'clock p. lit., except i l' u)-iil via V., S. d1 P. H. I.. w ich -;ses on, half Iio:' teli e departilre of t,. ; ,. OU:ice ho1 ' a. in. to 5 p. Il.; tundatl ys, t t! a. in. 41in 5 to b p. in. Flours for loiotn oruer and register hOusiness, S a. in. to 5 I,. ti:. JI' 1 os ENNEMo.1-:a, P ,M 1Monroe, La., Sept. 3, is.i. Five ears of the in1;O,"nd train wlre 0 i,-illd yesterday evening near Tallu hlh, but fortunately, no one was hurt. In consequence of the accident there was no (astern mails last night. Are you huugry? Well 1, houuid smile. My friend bic thee then to Ep, slin ger's New A...

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. — 27 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONRittE, LA., OCTOBER ~., 1xs3. News Bly TolgraIjh. WEA'rITHER INDICATIONS. WAsilING'I'oN, Oct. 26.-Indications for West Gulf States, cloudy weather and local rain,; .southerly winds. fall ing barometer, stationary or rising temperature . BlSINESS FAILIRES FOR THE WEEK. NEW YOitK. Oct. 26.-Business fail ures throughout the United States and Canada, as reported to R. G. I)unn and Co., number 218, as compared with 243 last week. Half of the failures oc curred in the West and South. POOLING. IRALEIGH, N. C.. Oct. 26.-The Re publican Convention yesterday nom inated Judge Charle. C. Pool, to fill the vacancy in the First Congressional District, caused by the death of Con gressman W. F. Pool. He is a broth er of the deceased Congressman and a lawyer and Collector of the Port, at Elizabeth City. STRIKE ENDED. NE w YoitK, Oct. 26.-O)t the 1,800 Compositors emphlyedc n n ijb printing and newspaper offices, . h, truck ye.terday for l Ii( 'ce, t wages, only about 150 were n...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
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