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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 4 November 1883

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1883. NO. 31. ·I -- I . . . . .. . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . NOT Mrs. BRADY'S BUT LEON GERSON'S PIANO 7OORTT WILL B-E IAFFLED OUT AT TIHE MAMMOTH DRY 0OODS ESTABLISHMENTI 34 GRAND STREET. OF Come one, come all and try your luck ! It does not cost you one cent, fl the chances are GIVTENT AWAY.. .1l it needs is that you buy the best goods for the least money at LEON GERSON'S, 34 Grand Street, Monroe, La. and for each dollar handed over the counter, you get a ticket which gives you a chance to wint the isldeldlid N4iw on exhibition in LEON G3-ERSON'S Store at 34 G-RAND STR"EET. All the ladies who have tried the Piauvn are unanimous in its praise, and wish in the hottomn of their bilessed hearts to hold the lucky numller and carry off the prize. Look at the Bargains: Odlicoes 5J per yard; 4-4 Brown Domestic 7c per yard; 4-1 Soft Finished Bleaching/ Sc per .iard; (Cotion F I aunnel 1Ic per yard; eanas from, 10c to 1.00 per ?/ard; Corsets w...

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 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. McORANIE. Editor. C. H. TROUSDALE, Associate Edtior and Business Manager. Official Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA.. NOVEMBER, 4, iss3. THE LOTTERY (U: FS'TIO.. Some of our country trethren of the anti-administration persuasion charge that S. D. McEnery is thl candidate of the Louisiana State Lottery Company; but the Picayune as we said last week does not do it, and is not going to. Why? Because it cannot do so with out either at least indirectly attacking the Lottery Company, or endorsing McEnery-and it i., not going to do either. That Mel.nery has" friends of the lottery among his supporters we will not deny; but we do assert-and challenge the Picayune to deny it that there are lottery men among the combinationists-the ( )gden men, Nicholls men or whatever they call themselves-and now what have our country brothers to say ?-ltiercland B.( '(co0l. Say? They will accept IIoward's double-column advertisement and at less rates than they will charge thei...

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 November 1883

___ ________________ I DAILY TELEGRAPH. MUON IU L A., NO V\ M E 4, \L1IIa IIi 4)'lat i t1' M i X : 1 1 ia \'ottii 'e;!I~ , tt .I iiili. tit? 1'M t it ti i:r ; tl--lt L\L'Li' ILLIL I.c;,t Suutini:L\ I_'jti,-' teials ct rh Moid . I it iv.:" ll 1;1""cx .XI ni ' i SP u~t 4 - 0"i" 'Nt'1o tl jL (LC ct " t r.M('I11i:,I:~1 ('!' n :!l (au , ,lnYa hg maituel } :hi. Fr i, i.i -{ hich clcia ILLIILI' llll ll 'i' L Li. 1iltt' 0 1 ItrH ?. Lo· .p I LL "v'r lit' tL d I· . tL,''i I3i 1 i 'L ol I·:N 1 (L' o I Iea Srctrelai: ii't Sitrre - Ar nhatl f itit ji nd to aillllu ttlta of trit'A. I lL 1 , 11, :'1rri . l, t(' ).utI, ll Lour:et , iot o Ito . n.LL~ 'I t I'' ' Stato 10 1- ItLLV'L 1O',' 1t. itn r ( L a. :",t 11t.I 3,dIL L ii'Lit Ft L rt 'tiSctrietary C lr',.1 o rf S LLte h I't i' tin autiLentolr ' o :tnuu.~itit OSA RIv A~~tltoy 'ILI ofP Suetine prsetAl. ~ tu Itt].\ l'o stEeti ,t , th iiol t V` "tt( .tt o irt t o it. n un ( _1 D s 'Lt( :tii, .I' a.',4i, a I. , hot'' ' r(- ¾.:. itL 'Itt LI-~ C lerk, ,...

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 November 1883

.MOE, LA., NOVEMBER 4, 1SS3. News By TlIoera h. HORE INTELLIGENCE. A Bank Failure in Ohio. CINCINNATI, OHIo, NOV. 3.-A dispatch to the Commercial-Gazette from Clyde, Ohio, says that the Clyde bank closed its doors and suspended payment yesterday: About $60,000 are held on deposit. D. A. Heffner, appointed receiver. E. H. Southland, dealer, assigned to Y. R. Iuntly In consequence of bank's failure. Texas Darkies Kicking. GALVESTON, TEXAS, Nov. 3.-A News Austin special says: Adjutant General King reports that the negroes are dissatisfied with the plan of execut ing cars for their accommodation, and says that the train men on the Texas Central whose system is just inaugura ted, have been compelled to take color ed people out of the cars assigned to whites. Memnphis Colored Pepple Protest. MEEMPtHIS, TENN, Nov. 3.-A large meeting of prominent colored citizens was held last night, at which "were adopted resolutions expressing regret at the decision of the Supreme Court in Civil Rights ca...

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 November 1883

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1883. NO. 32. NOT Mrs. BRADY'S - --B CTT T -- LEON GERSON'S WVILL BE IIAFFLEJD OUT AT THEE MAMMOTH DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT! 34 GRAND STREET. -'" Conme oe, 'moiue all and try- our luck ! It does not cost yltu ,one cent, for the chanles are IVITTEfN AWA"Y". .ll it needs is that you buy the best goods fori the least money at LEON GERSON'S, 34 Grand Street, Monroe, La. and for each dollar handed over the ,counter, you get a ticket whliclh gives y4ou a chance to wilt the l.slenidid abashk 4qonu gam Now oni exhlibition iT' L.EOl" GE--.SO\3T'S Store at 34 G-RAl:AT STREET. All the ladies who have tried the Piano are unanimous in its praise, and wish in the bottom of their bIlessed hearts to hold the lucky number :and carry offt the prize. Look at the Bargains: CJalicoe:s 53C per ilard; 4-4 Brown I)oumetie 7e per /Ia'rd; 1-1 bSoft Finishei d JBleaehi!na s,' per /ard; (Cotton F''lrnnul. 1llc per yard; 'Jeans t)'onm 1o, to 1.00 per qard; Cor.set.s w...

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 November 1883

DAILY TELEGiRAPH. G. W. Mc ±ditr. ----- --- - l" - - .." - -=r= C.. B. TROWSDALE,. I Associate Edtior and Business Manageý. t Oflgdal Journal of the CIty of Moarie MONROE, LA., NOVEMBEWI, 6, 1583,i 'I'TUESI)A'N ELECTION N Elections in ten States will be held to-day; in some for State ,ticers, in some for members of thie !egislaturb, and in others for both. Maryland, 1Missislfppi and ij'rginia are the only Southern StAtedbhich will elect. The contest in the latter State is between Democracy and Ma honeismu, the latter strongly backed by the President and all the influ ence of his administration. The cou test has been vigorously prosecuted by both sides, with the chances apparent ly favoring Mahone, who is making a fight for life. The pemocrats of Virginia dallied too long with Radicalism and the ne gro; and are now, we fear, -about to harvest the bitter fruits, in a long po litical bondage. If defeated, to-day they will have to await resurrection by the slow process of reform throu...

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 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. :MONROE, LA,, NOVEMBER 6, 1883. Arrival and Departure of Mails. Eastern mail via Vick burhg, Shreveport and Pacilic Railroad-daily. Shreveport miail--daily except Monday. 'Monticello mail via Bastrop-daily ex cent Sunday. Camlldent mail via Farmersville-daily ex cept Sunday. ('olumbia mail-daily except Sunday. ()uachita City mail departs Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Arrives Tuesday, Thurnsdays and Saturdays. t kaloosa mail every Monday and Friday. Lapine mail every Monday and Friday. ouachita river mail every Saturday, ex c:ep)t 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. Oflice hours S a. in. to 8 p. in.; Sundays, 8 to i a. in. and 5 to 8 p. in. Iours for money order and register business, 8 a. inm. to 5 p. n1. .JlerlUs ENNEMOSER, P. M. Monroe, La., Sept. 3, 1853. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Secretar- of State. We are. aut...

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 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONROE, LA., NOVEMLIIERpg, 1Ri:. News By Telrijph HOIIE IN'ELLIGENCE. - ::-- Western Union Telegraph Company. NEW ORLEANs, Nov. 5.-J. D. H. Bates, Assistant General Manager of the Western Union Telegraph Com pany, writes Manager E. A. Burke, of the Times-Democrat, asking that his Florida Everglade expedition be in structed to make a survey of the coun try with a view of ascertaining the feasibility of building a telegraph line from the Cable of the Western Union, on the Western coast, through the Ev erglades to Jupiter Inlet, on the east ern coast. All vessels going from the West Indies and Gulf of Mexico t, At lantic ports, pass Jupiter Inlet and the Western Union Co. have beaun reqrluest ed by underwriters and ships owners to establish a telegraph station there to announce the safe passage of vessels. The survey will be muade as requested, a courier having been sent after the ex pedition wiash necessary instruments. . .. +.,o- .ii,...-- -- .. ... Fire at Algiers; ...

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 November 1883

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1883. NO. 33. _ ."" I i roll_ / ....q m _ai m maia Ni l=e in NOT Mrs. BRADY'S LEON GERSON'S V'ILL SE R~AFFLED OTTT AT THI-lE MAMI TH1 DRY GOODS' ESTABLISHMENTI 34 GRAND STREET. LE~P Come ole, c('oe all and try your luck ! It does not cost you one cent, for the chanices are All it needs is that you hbuy the best goods for the least mioney at LEON GERSON'8, 34 Grand Street, Monroe, La. and for each dollar handed over the c,unter, Yvol get a ticket whichl gives you a chllnce to, win ll'pllendid Now oil exhibition in LEO0 G-ERSO~T'S store at 34 GI-RAI TD STNEET. All the ladies who have tried the Piano are unaninnus in its praise, and wish in the Inttont of their blessed hearts to hold the lucky number and carry off the prize. Look at the Bargains : Ltatito~Nas Sc per yard; 4-1 Brown Domestice 7T pr yard; 1-1 Soft Finished Jle1chinl/ S, p'r lard; (C/tou FlaneUl I .0 per yard; Jea tr'ome tlc to 1.00 per yard; (or.wet.s worth., 1.00 for 5('; Lad...

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 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. McCRANIE. Editor. C. H. TROUSDALE. Associate Edtior and Business IWMinaier. Official Journal of the Cif)y ,of .Hirlroe MONl-FE, LA.. NOVE.t1EI;l 7. : ; NAY: NOT TIIl ONt ATA IO. mm __I---------Y The'f .Abbeville Iern 1i, ! :,i tk that the reo s t-; :.'-! : iI . Capitolian-Ad vocate lotn I . t Nicholls are etlccidedly :t ' Not having seen thile Capitolian ' s, .We are Utnalble to judge etl ,.ir t'fe. But what does our oldi c:v 'itttional friend think of our r-.t-t,, 1":- :,,i pp silng the nomination +,; :~,v. N itcto!ls, namely, Thatl, h.aving b ,tt- n .c" t'td overwhelminigly to bring about cntll stitutioual reform, that is, the forma tion of a new State Cot;stitutiot, (;ov. Nicholls suffered the legiat.tr,. ;,) a semble twice, deliberate pa-e various and sundry unilnp... atit bills, writing two annual Imll'.igt .,mean While, without once invlt tiu, attention to the absolute necessity ..,sting for framing an organic las w lich should rettet the will auil i...

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 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. I *I~' '~1 ~ ~.i , S rl'('Vepu?~ rl MOM, 0E, L.A., NO('\. V"1.\1I:11~'11:1t7,. " "% l tal iri ;t eo !v.il; and Pnjc.i' r~i --Vlv 'ýlh 'tx'''; i ti' :l -:! i i!, 'I'' , ~": lt Ci w S ! w. l-'.l,;n l I Ill 1:1 ie I·i'A~i\ . (',,n1 otil s c nail- !I ci cl ck I,. Iir , ctxc 1 '. ,nlC ·cic 111: "11!,t (!t)' II'.1II ,; ,, , , ho I I' 1Vcr n1 -~].!rant( '-in 'I 1 ' y, : 'tmn 1:1`..I. 1" !, ,! i 1-m 'n-lV \ (aiim] IV 'm l i' I Ii i ' dl ~ *me m 'iti rer ii i'' i" 1 .ai maiis close at ! I o'clock P). 4)11 ill 1 blutl vui:; V., l `. ,r ! '. It, en', t h - r, 1 I 1 11. I a -'tp I o llt irnit t'e of to, I n `1.110H h, 1)lM i( n. 1,1, 0.'ir- 1). ill.; ~Itr. StV1 At''''. a lit l( l i' at i .,' tel' b0410(t Amo.i,' m a. lilt For ' t terretaryo tinate. 1 ke ate :it!".':~1c to 'itnnoin e ( 'Au t he.i o 1 'Ii(}t ' 'ti'dtd'v pr esent ýiee' tee. :,-o! rle _1 :e octluitlat , fc r 5r(" T to twtI 'rii,. a., if) ) tot ra i," Conventio-i n." a' tlct ,tlttllngodee It iiet If ii*t ' io iitt'n...

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 November 1883

LYTLi&GRAPH. LA., NOVE1X ? 1883. WE |INI)IOATIONS. i NoS.' t.-I ndications States, fair weather, tt; becoming svariable, a during IW'ed~esday no1 nd west portion by O1" , Jt'ELLIGENuE. S tructive Torndo. 'NLbA CITY, Mo., Nov. (.-A I the Journal from Springfield aiortly after 2 o'clock yester y afternoon this city was visited by destructive cyclone. The storm uck the woolen mills, destroying a portlon of the buildings and doing great damage to ,the tiachinery." It then passed little to north, demolish. ed a number Of residences and striking _iyisops-tjet at the corner of Boone. Ile ,a followed the line per and north 'ks, lo veling it then turn The tornado burbs of North s estimated at ur$26%OO There were prob ven persons killed and many The new cigar factory of Iler and his residence were tel-' demolished. The family ntt the time. A number o of the factory were in jur ary's Catholic chusdh was w Great damage Is reported to hay done at Brooklin azd Re publicn, n the southern par...

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 November 1883

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1883. NO. 37. ... .... ......... ... . ...... ..~~~~ : .... . ... . . .. " .... ....... ...... . . _" ,' , , ,,m - , NOT Mrs. BRADY'S --B--- BU T ----- LEON GERSON'S P- -.I4NO FOR TE ILL BE RIAAFFLED OUT AT THE MAMMOTH DRY GOODS ESTABLISHIENTI 34 GRAND STREET. i' Cuulue o11(e, (colle all and try y1our luck ! It idoes not cost o t one cent, 1ti1r the chanices are G-ITTEN- AWAY.. Jill it c.edils is that you lly thi bes )( t g(oods for tlhe l(Ist Ill(lly :lat LEON GERSON'8, 34 Grand Street, Monroe, La. .td t 1, 6,a (li d()hllr halnded over the (olulliter, r ot 'et a ticket which ,gives you a chancl(e to win thet .splenldid :Nt-w o, exhliition inl LEONT c iE.,,SO ,'S Store at 34 "G-AN STg ,E+ All the ladies who have tried the Piano ar llu imnos ill its praise, and wish in the bottomi of their blessed hearts to `)(hld the hwlky numler and(l carry( o(f the lwize. Look at the Bargains: ·'( * lic)e per y(rd; 4-1 .f'm Pld, Ml . .,4 p I /shd y...

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 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONROE, LA.. NOVEMBER 1L 188. G. W. OcCROANI. aldtter. C. N. TROUIDALE. Asmecat.e Ntier and Business Manager. Oficlal Journal of the City of Monroe THE CIVIL RIGIHTN.OF NEGROES. The howls of pestilent negroes ovar the Civil Rights ]ecision had not died out before the wbftues of sentimental white men have begun. Georgia news paper assure the blacks that they have lost nothing because the magnanimous -whites will now voluntarily concede them every thing they have heretofore impudently demanded, and from the other end of the line coice that state ments that the (Governor of Texas hes required of the railroadnl lirst-class a(' commodations for tra:veling negro(s., We don't believe a word of it (Gov. Ireland knows toci Meti that such interference.is quite beyodl the limiti. of any Goveror's power. Hlad hle :ld i dressed either advisory , r minatoryl dlirections urf that tenor to the railroads of Texas, their manage.s wc:till sini; ply have toll hint to naild hit own bu i...

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. — 11 November 1883

n4 DAILY TE MONRO. L141, o 11, Arrival and Departure od rasp Eastern mall via Vlck'tburg, Hhre and Pacific Railroad-daily. on. A Shreveport mall-daily except Mon bv Monticello mail via Bastrop-dat x "e ve cent Sunday. . d~ Camden mail via Farmersville-d i, cept Sunday. r r Columbia mall-daily except u Y. ectio Ouachita City mail departs ptdy, " tars Wednesday and Friday. Arrives uesdlay; e Tl'nrsdays and Saturdayis. We al Okaloosa retail every M ondav y iidtda. Lipinie mail every Monday as 1' Frid. s the Ouacohitat river trail every' '.1 ilay, e-' cept'dnrinii low Nvatet w hes 1,ivals and t t the departures aore irregulart· All Mails4 closd at . (.lock I!!'.c exLaexes-1' ing tall·I ~ ·~P : ~!il ls ou -l-aIlt hot sm beto! 1 tlopiartuf' trxilt i (tAicir htoiirs t a xi.. toi K' 1P ' ".Hours f, ti toa. it a, n.. at nours ti)r .Sr tnouiev- o0ler 111(1-rr 113,1 1e ` a. ln. Moa ,0, La., trr'I)t. 1,.lin inB i or "('cr~rt;trfi r? t ( 1" .1 .ePrr 5 4" 11t' " r", ill ýi a: , t(t)i (, i :)"! 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. — 11 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRA] MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 11 G. W. cCA,, U.pl~hda. ................... ... ...... S"AI.I-tc AND RCtIItlPT. . , r -.. o .. ........ ... . 7.0. . cn... an .... ............. ............... . Closed th1 t.T.'R ..: . Norv. ail,,,. . . M-64 Dec and Jan. .. ". "". 53-4 k'eb and March ..................... ....' 3-64 June and July ............. ......... -64 LONIJON. o [NDon, ov. t. .. sall 1ti 11-1 ; ac 'ount 101 13:1.i. NLI YOHK. C Vot rous. O N.w YORK, Nov. 10.-Ctton dull; sales 137 bales. (t dull QUOTATIoNN.. Uplands.... ........... . Orleans................ 10o FUTU'RS. ' ttures d 'l aind steady. Sales JO3,!+N . NvOiiber ..................... 10.31 :; ...bru .y.................. . 10.162a arch ................. .............. .... .. 10.77ra,8 April ................. .......11.04 Total vlsalyte supply fur the world 2.437,i41-4 - ,4,5844 at Americau,aainSt ,li7i,711 anid 1,57;411 last year. Receipts at all interior towns for week 156,385). Receipts from planutations 30,...

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. — 13 November 1883

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1883. NO. 38. NOT Mrs. BRADY'S -- B T.T T - LEON GERSON'S PIANO 7OR TE "WILL BE IRIAFFL2ED OTT AT THE MAMMOTH DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENTI 34 GRAND STREET. r-a Conme one, come all and try your luck ! It does not cost yol 11one cent, foir the chanllces are rITTEN WA "Y aa. All it needs is that you buy the best goods for the least ;money at LEON GERSON'S, 34 Grand Street, Monroe, La. :ild f'or each dollar handed over the counter, you get a ticket which gives you a chanlce to win the ,lplendid Now on exhibition in L-OlN GEI.SON'S Store at 34 G(RAND STR'EET. All the ladies who have tried the Piano are unanimous in its praise, and wish in the bottom of their blessed hearts to hold the lucky number and carry off the prize. Look at the Bargains: Calicoe. 5c per yard; 4-4 Brown IDomestic 7c per yard; -1-4 S!oft F]ii.xhed Bleaching Sc per yard; Uotton. Flannel I IOc per yard, .Jeans from 10c to 1.00 per .yard; Corsets worth 1.00( for 50c; Ladies' Hose,...

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. — 13 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 13 1883. 0. W. McORANIE. Editor. 0. H. TROUSDALE, Associate Edtior and Business Manager. Oiclal Journal of the City of Monroe THE PLATFORM GEN. OGDEN HA~ CONSTRUCTED. Gen. Ogden has constructed a plat form, The Democratic party of Louis iana is expected to stand upon Gen. Ogden's platform. We publish it. Whether it is our fault. or Gen. Ogden's, we totally disagree about what ought to be the platform of a zertlid:oei for Governor. We differ, without dout,, as to any individual announcing him self as a candidate for Governor of any State, since Gov. Ogden has so an nonnced himself, and we wo,uld not. There may be some question as to o'". fitness, respectively, to decide upon this point, and about that the music he. gins, and not in slow time. Gov. Ogden has the Governor's bee in his bonnet. "'I gave my humble s.rvlces to the overthrow of Radicalism in this State," says Gen. Ogden, ''becauste I knew the system to be full o)f ruin; ti, ('lr ipol,...

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. — 13 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONROE,.LA., NOVEMBER 13, 1883. Arrival and Departure of Mails. Eastern mail via Vicksburg, Shreveport and Pacific Railroad-daily. Shreveport mail--daily except Monday. .Monticello mail via Bastrop-daily ex ejl,t Sunday. Camrden imail via Parnxersville-dailv ex cept Sunday. ('olumbia mail-daily except Sunday. iOachita City ilMail departs " Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Arrives 'Tuesday, 'Thursdavs antd Saturdays. i)kaloosa mail every Monday and Friday. Lapino mail every Monday and Fridav. Ouachita river mail every Saturday, ex c`.pt durinxg low water when arrivals and I departures aro irregular. All mails close at 9 o'clock p. ou.. except ing Imail via V.,.S. & P. t. H., which closes in.o--half hour beforo depart uire of train. 9cflice; hours 1 a. in. to S p. im.; Suntrlas, S toi It . I!. and 5 to S p. nll. Hours for IOOilVey o ''r andil registel.r lsiness, `, a. Il. to p. ) Ili. ,.lxIIUS E.NE:1n1osEa, P. M. M.olri,, la., ý:S ept.: I, 3. ANNOU NxrEl1"N "'S I"o...

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. — 13 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 13, 1883. Latest Markets by Telegraph. LIVERPOOL. COTTON. LIVErPool., November 12---Noon.-Cotton Imodorate inquiry treely suppliod. QUtOTATION-4. U pland. ................... .................... 5 *)rle anss ................ ...................... tid SAL.ES AND RECEIPTS. Sale ........ ................................. 10,000 Speculation aind1 export .................. J000 Recoipts.............................. . FUTUREIi. Easy. Iirst call N ov ............. .......................... 55-64 Nov. and DLec................... 5 32-645'i5 53-64 Dec and Jan ................................. 5 52-64 Jan and Feb. .............................. 5. 5264 Feb and March ........................... 555-64 March and April ............. ......... 554-64 May and June........................... 61-64 June and July........................... 64-64 Sales American ............................... 750 Second call Nov.................... ...................... 5 55...

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