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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 28 October 1883

VOL. 1. OUN ., AY, OC TOBL E 23, 1883. NO. 25. THISPACGEISENGAGED MAMMITH DRBY IOS ESTABI.,ISHMENT! 34, Gr aiit ree, 34, ''Th ecu (ll ousw I lb irni she t dwithidtetailssIho rtly In thenme anti iedici ph erthisatyourleisur eandthengoaro ulndandview The Weoiderd 9ispay o. f AGoods 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. — 28 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. c0. W. McORA~fW. Editor. C. H. TROt"SDALD, Ariociate Eldtieo and Business Manager. Offilial Journal of the City of Monroe ----- --E- LA.. O ___: inn- -1, -'-,, 1---3. "A STATEMtENJ!' TO THIE PEOPLE." The i'icayuoo of ti- ;tiith i;t i , 0(111 taiuiu anl editorial %il.oh evi nec, ini a greater tlegrc' tih3n 11;:l;lint g we 11 v'e yet seen i thi cI-,:iul ino ;; aniy of the cow ihaiation ppls, tI,( !iiiiirit; tency, unfiiihhe-s cad dluopi: ity euptloyed in the light which the forces opposed to GoV. 3lcl:uery are n'lalnug. The article in question haled upon thi' mr~aii~fe.'tv of the Loilting fo't ion of the Central Cotnmittee-a 1"lrt,. ! t, the people- if Louisiana andh pa ublished in the P'ih ayuue,-i- j iiti n uiing \whichl the leading oppiositioi organ unucon aciously establishes till wisdnou and latriontism nof the majority of the Com mnittee. 'This article; .-ito nises the; oppositioin of the inicntrity to the re orgAnizatioll iii the' ttI t'o ing language In the ha...

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. — 28 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. -M1)N""'ROM, ,.A., OCTOB:'It i , . A ''V 1'.i mad 11 -,:. ir :i' if ?.! " :. , " . ..l v. Vi " . v A .:, -S,' , ,l". (..' I.. y lA A: i li . _ A A . l AZ u' '. i, , 0:li an' :, : i" .,.] ,, 'i], n : UI ni.v.e o!,e h.. t"IJ o1: i'J' F 'd'at l till' u, ' I' ,  . L.o s i .i .i . i. ;4 , 111.; :. l. 1 J i (. ,, 't l . I , I i " . . ' ' x . . for 'Vet yhLur break a kt n -'sni. -lner' New Alhambra 1-ostauriCAt, l .N. Iin Mr. and nrs . .1p. M.oore depart fby ti.: mornig's tralit on l. vis.it to L',uisviile, L,. .Lou;, alh Cincinnati. M.l. ure ire will ihaso a Iarge al thlA. a1- -ritien t of hlAliday gol- IInring , :-.- . W . :5iam th an;d J. i. ig~ ln.i , of Bastrop, passed through town 1..t 8 ia o their r .t -'' h trne ',ni ) , 111 ,n-, havling ; .)1.: l \V III iL .CLA, '..lu 1,AId lee(nA11 A. ( aild iftA !"- m':x; i'1 `o )1ý' u )rieal't ý 7:1 P-tit Ili t- .i'.al a1 u. li tterh st ! ' ':, ?[ .Ii 0 , i..er ;,.,ia ei e, tlh-iit i an . . ; - 2.''. : u':t,, . t hteniew', 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. — 28 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. .1O NI ")i', L A ., O( '01  lit ; IF"<: Nwas By T] toa 9. W I NA(.oŽ', 1.., 1...- idic tiori for Wl't Gulf S(ate~ fir %"eather in Southern portin,, 0 tlc rain, in Northern poriioin, hd , I.ii,-tly Soutth etrly, fdtlli ui harniietetr, tllitiona',y or rising timIperaturI. 'T'HANiS(StIVINGf DAY. WASuiscriTo, Oct. 27.-President to.day issued proclamation designatiug Thursdayf Nov. ~,'th., as the National day of Thaniksgiving. AlSLGNElJ. NEW YOIRK, Oct. 27.-Lewis Brs., Wholesale Liquor tieaeris (if 112 Pearl street, made an asslgnment yesterday giving $1i8,000 preference. 'The head ,f the firm assignee of Mayer & C(o., whv:se failure recently c'aued ui nch excitement in the clothing t ,ltde. 'N i'TEI 't'A'T'ES SII.tNA.l. AiLINYNtG. \VA,.IINI'TON, ():l. ~;.-'Tn(, sgit)l vorp- has forwarded thi fllow itng. A hurricane Is reported yes:e'rIyv :aftoer ioi,.. .lkld hjis I ri tlg s i,-ttr1.. ,U Ith if astern Cuba. i-, ; t' " .. t it pre-lnt be deterinio-d, tihu : ....

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. — 30 October 1883

OL. 1. MONROE, LA., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1883. NO. 26. . _ ~ _~__~~_~___~~~ _ ~_~__ ~_ .__ THISPACEISENGAQED MAMMOTH DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT! 34, Grand Street, 34, Thecuriouswi llbefiurin ish edlwith dtailssho rtlyIntheme anti meclicipherthIisatyourleisur eandthengoaro idandv iew The Wouderfi~r Display of GEoo 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. — 30 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. McCRANIE, Editor. C. H. TROUSDALE, Associate Edtior and Busincus Managor. Official Journal of the t'ity of' Mouro, MON,1OF. LA., ( t0li1 , :t, I s I : 1"4pi to date Mnource hr,- -hiiipped 79. batles of cotlton."-l... 1 , (i,/:,, Of l., 25. MIr. Citizen your l1v.- iin'rig.r Iniurst have beeni (Iofi':" I.'p t, "ur date, tiht' 25th, Monroe had *0hippl,,I rut h/,,i/', over 2sllt bales. The ()ctober (cririnal) term of the District Court for lRichland parish coinenced at RHayville yesterday. Sever al of the Monroe bar, ;. mr attendance. Judge Richardson lnfUr,'dAi us Sundaiy that there were about 17 crinminino in jail to be tried and about 60 cases on the civil side of the Court. 1ei expects to have at least a two wee-ks seige. The Vicksburg Herald, New Orleans States and Times, )erjneerat, are having quite a spiritld discussion about the relative ,terits of I'ari8ot's line of boats, which tl I' Herald is siding with heavily, and the ''Tobin Pool Line," which the T...

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. — 30 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONHOE, LA., (tITO'Ed .:i, 1s; SC .t "ri\nl :loi a Datelirtin i of t ail , Al,.mail lo;' ia 'icok - p. i, uxeejit- tI :ta! Palt' e R de:il:rorlad--- dt: ' `lhyor' ou rt 8 il-t. l iit, p. i' ' u: ,. ./ t la.it :ro.al l \ t a .t,-. ur: o tl m t' on' order i tut lre tr siuea - a. x it. ( P. II. it"'lt'i I-r Er,\I', , " t'h a bitia nltil --fla'y' eoxce lt r'.un,1 1 ,. onre, hi.ta City nail d1 pa8. t- 'it t,t, d ',V,,dlnaday:a d E rid(L . A:i 7t,,1 , laVy, ,.. .'h Larsd,t ys a l atu.rlays.t. I i ikaloua liVil every Laond, aitid Forih ay,. A Lpine miiail every Monlday ad i l;rihay. Uachita river H mail rvers y N a;Lilax, ox- '1 tyept during low water wl aValn s roln, . l ia departures are irregular. All mails closo at 9 o'clock p. i., exceptl- t( ing manil via ., . & P. Ri. t. . which loses ,nlon-half houlr before departure of trainl. Olt-ice lhours i a. Ii. to S p. 1Ii.; Sunlldal(llys, Sto) 4 a. Im-. and 5 to 8 p,. i. Hlours for tl :Loney order and register blausin...

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. — 30 October 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONI)o:. IA., O(eFOBErR :O. 18ss. Nws By Tl1 0gr1h. WI EIT"tE1I INDICATIONS. Wwn:l r"x, t).C.,,)ct. 2..-Indl uti +sc. Ir \Vcst (4uif States, fair WtVc t l-r, northw.esterly winds; rising har:o ','r, stiatiotlary or lower temrera tort (i l"l'TON BURIINED. Cul AI EaL:sT'iN, S. C., Oct. 29.-Fifteen hundred bales of cotton burned this morning it the South Carolina R. t., yard here. All of this cotton was for New York. The fire is now under control. A CYCLONE. ININANOiPOLI, IND., Oct. 29.-A etycloe struck the west side of Colum l)us Inl., between one and two o'clock this morning, unrooting uMooney & S '-" tannery and (Gafl, Gent & Thoruas new four story mill. The yc'.:oie also knocked a corner off of it. It. !)epot and partly Jemolished a 'aoitn. No one was injured. 1EXI'LQION1 OF FIRE l DAMP. c.vtNIA.IN, PA., Oct. 29.-Au ex ptlo(st oi tfire ldallip hi- just been r-,, rld . Itc l''nyl:ai:ýn C( ail C(o.'s :s N . 7. : ii1le, frol n 'l ' lon. At lto k, .i t tl...

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. — 1 November 1883

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1883. N0.28. NOT Mrs. BRADY'S -- 3 TT -- LEON GERSON'S I' LL :BE RAFFT-ED OT.UT AT 'T-IE MAMMOTH DRY GOODS ESTABIISHMENT! 34 GRAND STREET. r; ('Mlle ]one, (oe all and t'v vir luck], ! It 01".s not lost Yvou oet ltcet t, tfior thle h('ai ces :'are C GITTVE8N A WAYU. All it needs is that Von buy the best .o(ds fi' tle he least oerv at LEON GERSON'8, 34 Grand Street, Monroe, La. tind for m each dollar handed ove'r tile c'o lnterh , \-o, ,.t :t I liik1l Nvili.lh - 'ivs out I. clhant"c to Vwin Ill s h'tl'ndlid *iathusfdck Srquau iauoa, Now on exlibiition, ill LEONT G-iERSON~-'S stori at 34- G-RAND STRlEE T. All the ladies who have tried T1e Piano are tlInalitlllo'l in its praise, and wish in the lºottoll of thelir ltlessedt hearis to hold the lu(cky- unuhe' and (arry off the prize. Look at the Bargains: lnlicos *,c pil" /ard; 1-I- lJr'wn ihomestir,,' T pr .cf rd; I -1 i'ott? J1'ini.heUd l'Ch/ hil*./ 'lr .I ir, l: ('olton i/'lr/OI! JiU/ Il ...

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. — 1 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. McCRANIE. Editor. C. H. TROUSDALE, Associato Edtior and Business Manager. iMcial Journal of the City of  ro,,roe MI()ONOE, LA., NOVEMBIER, 1, is:3. A >PEECIi MR. FITZPATRICIK IflGHT HAVE MA.D:. ( 'h>een of th. ai')11/V, ,!(i, 6' ,i/,al ( oiunitf'ei: I Ierceiv ye Iby a call of the roll that a large majority of the members composing this body are present, and that every section of the State is represented and by gentlemen directly from the peoplt: . I congratu late you and the grc,,~t party whose or., gan we are, upon this au pici'it ev ntt. it clearly indicates that our several constituencies, as each of us know, feel no momentary Interests in the results of our labors at this meeting, and your presence in such large attendance proves to me that you are impelled by an earnest desire to promote the wishes of those whom you repre ent. treat responsibilities, gentlemen, are resting upon us, and our deliberations should be characterized oy that pru dence a...

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. — 1 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONItOE, LA., NOVEMBER 1, 1883. Arrival and Departure of Mails. Eastern imalil via Vicksburg, Shreveport :uýal Pacilh. Railroad-daily. Shreveport mail-daily except 'Monday. Is Monticello mail via Bast rop-daily ex- 1 C(amden inail via Fl"armersvlle--dclaily x lpt Sulday. i',ulllbia mail-daily except Sunday. t Suiaclhita City mail departs Monday, Wednesday mad Friday. Arriv(es ''tlcsdal, furlsdav-s ad Saturdays. ikaloosa mail every Monlday and Friday. Lapino mail every Monday and Friday. (oachita river mail every Saturday, ex :pt during low water when arrivals and lhpartures are irregular. E All mails close at 9 o'clock p. in., except ing mail via V., S. & P. It. H., which closes ,;ine-half hour before departure of t4ain. Oftice hours 8 a. im. to s p. iu.; Sundays, St', 9 a. Ii. and 5 to s p. am. Bo. ors for rlnoney order and register business, S a. 111. ;-5 p. 11. JU IUs ENNEMOSER, P. MI. N.1lnroe, La., Sept. 3, 1883. _II I-- Jl .- ---_____ LtS? In issuing the...

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. — 1 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONROiE, LA., NOVE JM1EIH 1, 1 .. News By Teolgraph W NEA'T ER INDI)('AT''I ON.. \WASI .sNw.r1N, P. C., net. ;1.-Indi eations, east (;ulf States, fair weather, winds north to east; stationary or rising :rotileter, slight fall in tern Iteratrll : w\V-t gulf State - , fair weath_ or, north to east winds, rising harotl oter, -Atationary or lower temperature. LOSS ()I'A STEAMSIIIP. LONDON, Oct. :31.-The Steamer Hlollyland from Dublin for Liverpool, with horses and pigs is reported sunk with all on board. The pilot of cutter which has just arrived at Dublin con farms the report. liesays the steamer capsized this afternoon in middle of channel. There were 60 passengers on board, including a numllbleir ol cattle dealers and drovers. I"ENIAN HLUSIEIR. NEW YuK, ( )Oct :31.-O'D)onovan 1o- I sa ciomes to the front as usual when i any diramage has been dlon:e in England which has the aepearance of being the work of design. lie stat,,s that the explosions whion occurred yesterda...

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. — 2 November 1883

be1 Pa ils tie e8e ap . VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1883. NO.29. NOT Mrs.. BRADY'S ------ 3 T.T T7 ---- LEON GERSON'S FIrANO FORTE WILL BE RAAFFLED OUT AT TI-E MAMMOTH DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENTI 34 GRAND STREET. .- ('oe IDole, (co(ie all and try your luck ! It does itot ( i4st , you o(r celnt, tor the clalntes ar. C- IV8 N1** WAY. Al_) it nieeds i. that you bily the best g'i.os atfr the leapst IlouVey ati LEON GERSON'S, 34 irand Street, Monroe, La. old tfin" ,each (1,l1ar handed 4 ver tle ,'ruilter, t'ou. i.et :. ticket ivlii'i v, . : ('1, e to win the -splendid ath nkck (~q ucP f ine Now on exhibition i L-EON G ERSONI'S Stoire t 34 -EGRAN~D STI~EET. All the ladies who have triedl the Piano aIre ulamnoims in its praise, and wish in the hot tou, of their blessed hearts to hold the lucky iunmber and carry off the prize. Look at the Bargains: Valicoc.s 5c per yard; 1- 1 B'rolwi )omii.stlic ie p."'r /uard; 1-1 &I'oft Fiaishcd Bhlichi, Se, pIer l.ar; (r,/o ,ttn' ltanel...

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. — 2 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. I . W. MWcO3Al . Editor. a. Twoo, AIAE 1 -A-ociate Ed( aaJludstoess' ~iagr. Oficial Journal of the City of Monroe =1,E. LA., NOVEMBER. 2, lS3. p AiE  E. Y DAIALINfl FAIRLY. There is one significant fact conne: ted with the adjustment of tin- differ ences between the regular and ,olting members of the State Central Coin mittee, to which no attention has been .alled by the press, but which will bear comment. Who was it,-which wing was it, that was contemplating unfa-tir rmf'ns to organizing the State Convention :' Itent 1. The proof is, that Mr. Fitz patrick, notwithstanding a vote of want of confidence-which might have been framed and passed as a resolution -declared that no re-iorganization could take place, unless by the voice of a two-thlird's majority. There was not the faintest semblance ofia dispoition of fairness in this, when Mr. Fitzpatrick should come to organize the State Convention. Item 2. Whenit came to arranging the terms of adjustment, it was the se...

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. — 2 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MlNRIOE LA., NOVEMBER 2, 1S53. Arrival and Departure of Milails. Eastern mail via Vicksburg, Shreveport a8n Pacific Railroad-daily. Shreveport mail--daily except Mondav. 101ntirllo mail via 1astrop--daily ex 1(lit SIodlay. ('amdent mail via lFartersvlle-l-dailyv ex celit Sutlla . C'olumbia Inail-daily except Sunday. iOuachita City mail departs Monday, WVednesday and Friday. Arrives 'Tuesday 'I'llursdays and Saturdays. ( kaloosa mail every Monday and Friday. Lapine mail every Monday and Friday. O)uachita river 1miall every Saturday, ex cept during low water when arrivals and departures are irrogular. All mails close at 9 o'clock p. in.. except ing tmail via V., S. & P. R. It. which closes Moe-half hour befobre departure of train. c)ffice hours 8 a. in. to S p. ui.; Sundays, 8 to It a. In. alnd 5 to 8 p. in. Hours for money order and register business, 8 a. in. to 5 p. ill. JULIl)u ENNEMIOSEi, P. M. Monroe, La., Sept. 3, 1883. The Saline is advertised in the New ...

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. — 2 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 2, 1x53. News By To1oelgrJh. WEATHERC INDICAT'rION. WAsIIxNTON, D.C., Nov. 1.-Indi cations, Gulf States, fair weather, northerly to easterly winds, variable. WeVnt gulf states, stationary or slight rise in toetwerature. In the eastern portion, rising, and in northwestern falling l)arometer. OUT IN TIIE COLD. S'r. Louts, Nov. 1.-The railroads entering here have black-listed 322 yard men who were specially active in the late switchmen's strike in this city and east St. Louis, and announce that they will not, under any cireunmtances, re-employ them. STEAMER KATIE P. KOISNTZ BURNED. NEW O'tLEANx, Nov. 1.-The stea mer Katie P. Kountz and cargo were totally destroyed by fire to.day at I)avis's landing, 20 nmiles above the city. The cargo consisted of 12.50 bales of cotton, ;500 nacks of seed, (;Si sacks of coffee. The boat was valued at 818,000, inosred in New Y'ork and Philadelphia c mo opanics for .;,0,t0t(. No liv*e were lost. IN OLD IRELAND. LON...

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. — 3 November 1883

.VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1883. NO.30. NOT Mrs. BRADY'S B- UT - LEON GERSON'S. PIANO FOR TE WILL BE RAFFZEID OT.TT AT TIEl MAMMOTH DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENTI 34 GRAND STREET. _ Conme one, collie all and try your luck ! It does not cost you one cent, fi)r the chances are SGITTVEN AWAY All it needs is that you buy the best goods for the least money at LEON GERSON'S, 34 Grand Street, Monroe, La. .tnd for each dollar handed over the counter, you get a ticket which gives you a c(hance to win the pllndid Kow on exhibition in LEOlT G-ERSOTN'SS Store at 34 G-:RAND.T ST? ,EET. All the ladies who have tried the Piano are unanimous in its praise, and wish in the )bottolm, of their blessed hearts to )old the lucky number and carry off the prize. Look at the Bargains: flicoc.s ;O 5c per yard; -1-4 Jirown D)omestic T7 jper .yard; 4-1 Soft Finished Bleaching Sc . per yard; Co(,itton I' lVan el 10/ per .,urd; J.cear, trout 10c to 1.00 per ygard; Cor"set. worth 1.0) tfor 50c; Ladie....

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. — 3 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. Q. W. McORANIA. Editor. U. U. TROVSDALE. Associate adtior and Business Manager. Official Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE. LA., NOVEMBER, 4, 1583. .A IMPORTANT CONVENTION. The Annual Convention of the Na tional Cotton Planters' Association for 1888 will be held in Vicksburg, MIiss. beginnlng on the 21st instant. This Association, as its name im plies, has for its objects the Improve ment of the condition of all growers of cotton, of all who are interested in its production, and espe:ally in whatever meansand measures ms y Ie di-eover ed and adopted to promote the inde ýpendence of the Southern producer. The Southern farmer does not live, nor has he ever lived, who has not felt, alai keenly, the need of such protection >e' a 'combination of producers would lDord against the adverse and hostile elJms of moneyed combinations. Its |t1portance is recognized by the poor i.,jrmaer as well as by the rich planter. The National Ootton l'1anters' Asso .ptlion was organ...

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. — 3 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. 'SlONI:OE, LA., NOVEYIBERt 4, 18S3. \rl-'al anl Departure of Iuails. a-'t:rn otail iia "½ickshiirg' , - ihr'ov'port , I 1'a''ills tailriul-daily. i t ! ut' t il:)r dl--d:tils 'c:'ept 0 li:0,,';. 1,ii.t,''ll> naiiil v 'll!' troi p-daily cx l i ,a  i Ii, " m' NV. i i t d 1 y. es- ",'.i i :l, i ti.f1i; --lti,.l V ";co  11:1.v , . !:1:' ;; ,i' ) lt L':Ly .t:ii i .l:il -, ,io .l< av.3" e,' , :y, a 1"n d !"d.:. .% riv,-: T':1' l:,a "la;', : v., anl i autily s. tl-k loo t auIti:l tv',r'y" ',iM nday a0:d Frbilay. !..ii u1 tmi , v1cry , uiiay allnd 1Friday. ' luIb!itit nvi' r ni'il (vIr, ,-atur0l ay, ex p 't i \1"itri'" whsien arrivals and ,?'l'es-re. rIc irregular. k;! ll1m i'V close it ! oi'clock pll . i 1.. oxce I t ii ia it vIa V., S. ,; P. R. 1 t.. w\\ltch closes -'al ' h ir botre depa rturi e of train. tli'! , h1ln 1r :'- ii. in. to s p. it.; S nnila.s, ::n 'li to 1 1p. ln. Hours For , m. d i.''tistc'i' touNilness, P a. ii. . Iiji ~O '.s .-.umos , P Xl I...

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 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONIRO(L, LA., NO\'EMBER 3, F 8 3. News By Telegraph. WEATHER INDICATIONS. WAsiilNGTON, 1.C., Nov. 2.-Indi cations, for West (Gulf States, warm and generally fair weather, northeast to south winds; slowly falling barome ter. HIOME IN'1'ELLIGENCE. -:o:- A CHICAGO ATTACHMENT' CHlICAGO, Nov. 2.-Attachments to the amount of $40,000 were isued this afternoon against lockeyver Paper Company. Resident managers decline to make any statement 1)11) OWN A THOUSAND SHIRTlS. NEW YORK, Nov. 2.-An assign --- nent was filed to-day by Sion i au. terbach, shirt manufatcturer, of Frank lin street to Simon Hirsch, giving a preference amounting to 812'0,939. THE FALSE Pl'OPIIET. CAIRO, Nov. 2,-The report of the 'defeat by Hicks Pasha of the False $:. Prophet, aid a great slaughter of his almy, is discredited here. The military authorities calculated that Hicks Pasha and his army were sevetr days marching from Obeid at the time of the alleged victory. FAILURES DECREASING. N EW YoIRK, Nov...

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