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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 28 December 1870

VOL.1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 18700--,' 6 -- : " i 0 :c1 .1 11 THE TELEGRAPH: tn Inhdependelnt Newspaper; Si-I i li I) i)AILVY A ND WVI.'a.IY, AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., BY G. W. McCRANIE. TERMS OF DAILY: )Lie ofl l.,r woeek.. ........ ............... 5N Vive copies per week ......... ............. 2,0) 4 4I:( copy fotr thro UdntlL, ................. ,4,00 ive e opies,( one adhdress, tbr 3 m)onths.. 17,5: It ' not paid in a1dvawce 2: per cent.wll S.,,,1d1.,1 t, the :l vve ra;lts. TEREMS OF WEEKLY: The ;)ilowing rates of sulllscription will be :ividly adhered to in all tases : ro1,gi4 . 1cM...............................x 144 4 tll copy tI r six iontlitis ...................... 2,00 Sne (";py for one year ................. . ... 3,00 Arrihval and Departure of the Mails. i'roxm Monroe to Vicksburg-Carrying .dl llail Iatter for the Western, Eastern, Middle, Paeitie, and AtlantiteStates, and New O )rleans. Delparts daily at > A. M.; Arrive.s daily :at 7 P. M. (S...

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 December 1870

3PLu) liLmL dcI at w SP. dM. Q. W. McORANIE, Editor. MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 28,1870. TELEGRAPHIC. [Spectial to the Daily Telegraph.] Destructive Fires. New Orleans Notes. National Guards Cheer the Anmeri can Consul. A Hole Through the Alps. Luxemburg Feels Confident. Plot to Aseassinate King William anml Otherws DioJvered 1 WASYNIOTON. WASHINGTON,Dec.27.-Congressman Beck's daughter, who was married to the nephew of W. W. Corcoran, died of typhoid fever. The President will not receive visi tors durin the hlildays. The U. . steamer Tennessee is fitting up to cArry the San )ouingo commis stonet, as soon as the House phases the bill. NEWORLEANS, i)ec. 27.-The Twelfth Night Revellers will make their second appearance in grand procession on the 6th of Anuaiy.. Another accident on the Jackson Rail road. TheSouth bound passenger train ran into the freight train. Edward Daly, engineer, was severely injured. HAVERHILL, Mass., Dec. 27.-The woolen faetory of Edgen A Co. burned; loss $150,000. Bo...

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 December 1870

MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 28, 1870. NOON DISPATCHES. LATEST INTELLIGENCE I NEw Yonx, Dec..28.-The Herald's special from Bordeaux, 22, says: ,"Correspondent interviewed Chad ourdy, the French minister of foreign affairs, who is trying to make peace. He said he thought peace still distant, as to accept the Prussian terms would reduce France to a third rate power. Scarcely a man in France, rich or poor, is willing for the government to give up territory. Arms plenty. We have offers of more than we can use from England alone. Three months ago it was difficult to excite patriotism-now the only trouble is to get the people to be patient. France is now struggling for exist ence,and if she is crushed England will feel her loss more than any country. England cannot dream of consequence if she should allow France to be exter miinated; for Russia will then do what she pleases in the 1ast, and Prussia in the West; and England, without a single ally, will cease to belong to the fiamily of European 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. — 28 December 1870

MONROE' ADVERTISEMENTS. T.(.. 'I'IlI R.TON'9.4 i/l)')A NToRE, /'TIO.J)EIY, .1f/("ŽI(' _INi) L.1 kL : t',l I'E1,'RN, fot & ('HI ST31'AS PII';I"NT;S, ransl street, %l) i tm, La:. ctlt .-d:tia, ( ) .A(CH'I' Lil , 11ER AN)D ALE 1I. {;. I)I1);ticºN, Prop)rih'ton ( ,,l, %'/,jrvl (itrs IeYeSitou'd ,%'1i/re/s, MON.oE, LA. Ie' rcs, l tLSgie', -ot., kept for hire. I lOr.. a,1 un Mule o bought and sold. td thal lotu r ir ver"s connected twitlr tnhe -,tabl)e. Shreveport 'ti._t i lnthie at thiss., in l,. i. ENDOM, I) 4.%hla'dl V/,' -3Jonb"oc, L(. SA.\LE: ANI) LIVERY STA LE. ,,: lh r. s, Ih g. i 'a,, ( i.a'!g'e,, & .., for -:le 11r hire. 'Caret'ful dli~v\el- allVy". lon hand. |eil"--:his SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. (UACIIITA FEMALE ACADEMY, MB t NRl(O E, LA., A 1H 4A1{iDINI( AND DAY St'H(4)L, Under the charge of Rev. T. 8. Lawson, M5. A., Assisted by a corps of efflicient Teachers, will be opened for the reception of pupils on the third Monday of September. For fur ther information apply 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. — 29 December 1870

V "". JRSDAY,, DECEMBER ,8g7 ] .- .. . " ' - ... -,.; . fit ý" .. .J ' -i , , ,f : .o-* I-ll l A R1 ý . ý .ýJ...L.1t .,]1"t ý.._ý T7',---"r " _"'"7-.tt-ýst' '? ý ' - T lHE TJE1, iR H } I.... A.fli' tle lpsnileliLt le i$ " "t . MONROE, QUOA *TI41,PARt4ll,LAq- ' t ... f Wý ar i h"llhb~ l  Nl l ' "' - 'r T ": 1l·M ..it , O 1'"'14L I2: T Onetopy ,llerseelil-.€m ..÷...a: ...... *$. , One "espy fov tTree monttlhs................... i'FNe  es; tab addi s, fdI+ mowxthi.. 1,50 p- If not plil at nadvincii 2l pef cent.will he addted tl tthe'ahve 'rates. ,. ' TERI4B Or' WEELLY 'the. following ragep of pubscriptio6 will be rigidly adherqd to ,ti}all cases: Single copiesie,,..s... ........................ f 10 One copy for six months ....................... 2,00 o(ne copy for one year........................... 9,00 Arrival and Departure of the Malls. From Monroe to Vicksburg-Carryiing :dll mail matter for the Western, Eastern, 3Midd 1o, Pacific and Atlantic StateS, And New hrleans, Departs dai...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 29 December 1870

G. W. UbhRANN, diter. MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 29, 1870. TELEGRAPHIC. [Special to the Daily Telegraph.] Georgl Electien. Other Georgia News. Gen. Chansey Threatens Vengeance. Heavy Fighting Near Havre. The Turks Getting Ready. mIZ E.LANZeOUs. NEw YoRK, Dec. 28.-The Express' financial article contains a statement of an arrangement made between the Pacific Mail Co. and the Pacific Rail road,whereby all passengers and freight from Chaina are in future to reach New York via the Railroad. Inquiries at the steamship office havefailed to elicit an affirmation or denial of the truth of the statement. NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 28.-Professor Leja, a well-known optician, was found (lead in his bed this morning at the St. Charles Hotel. MEMPHIs, Dec. 28.-Varieties Thea ter burned. J. Downey, formerly sheriff, com mitted suicide on account of poverty. The ice is very heavy here, but is moderating in New York. ATLANTA, Dec. 28-Thos. Speer is elected in 4th district to 42d Congress, and Longto 41st. It is b...

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. — 29 December 1870

MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 29, 1870. 0ooN DISPATCHES. LATEST INTELLIGENCE 1 Cuban Rebels Surrendering. Gen. Prim Woaued. Paris Advices to the 2Tth. Gen. Manteuffel to be Reinforced. Versailles Too Hot. Cotton Lower. HAVANA, Dec. 28.-The rebels are surrendering everywhere in large num hers. MADRID, Dec. 28.- Last night as Prim left Cortes, eight shots were fired at his carriage,wounding Prim in three places in the left arm and right hand; no arrests. BERLIN, Dec. 28.-The news of the opening offire on the Paris fortifications has been the cause of public rejoicing here. VERSAILLES, Dec. 28.--The bom I, ardment of Fort Arron continues. The French reply with vigor, but the fire is ineffectual. LosDoN, Dec. 28.-Balloon advices from Paris, to 4 o'clock 27th, say the citizens and soldiers are in excellent spirits, and are still determined upon a vigorous resistance. The intense cold has suspended mili tary operations. Preparations are progressing upon a large scale, and-tmportant esults are exp...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 29 December 1870

T(. ,TH'"RSTINj'k , ,, : ,I,, t" * i0Ok Sb'TO)-iE,, NTA'TIONERY, JI ( iJ(c N) .I_1T7E PA PE1 RN, 'L' )YS & CHRISTMAS PIRESENTS, (. rand streeot, Io!lroo, La: delg-dim UACIUTA LIVERY AND SALI' v' 4'4I3LE. il. (. tK1rlMO, Proprietor. L( n,'a Th&'d aMd 1'ikaid ,17iJ'rt, iorses, Buggies, &c., kegt for hire...o Horses and Mules bqugh-ad sold., t Good lots for Drovers connected with the itable. . , - f , : .. t, ' t . Shreveport Stago Office at this stable. decl2-d3m . .\ F. ENDOM, e&eaSiml X. t ,Sa,---MomJer , La. SA LE AND LIVERY STABLE. ,it Horses, buggies, carriages, tc., for saoe or hire. Careful drivers always on hand. decl2-3nm GEORGIA HOME F'l IllE INSURANC C O.. '9" ('oluaabutn. (;o. l I ,': i-tl,., 1 .ld ,5 . ...........-.,etLs o\ver .475,00 0. . 31. 1 )BIoZEMAN, Prosident. D). F. WILLCOX, Secretary. l:,lsur.s at low rates, and piay.- all losses BEHlEN BR3ON., .llcut., Monroe, AL. November 5, 1870. 7-ly SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. O ACIIITA FEMALE ACADEMY, MONROE, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 30 December 1870

_ .*, g Itf1 v VOL. I. •, ,, DECEM ER 30, • , 134AWi S J VOL.1. MONROJ ,4.J FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1870.%IqR THE TELEGRAPH: An Independent Newspaper; PIJBLISHED) DAILY AND WEEKLY, ATP1 MONROE, OUAdHITA PARISH, LA., BY G. W. MgeCRArtAE. TERMLS OF D3A.ILTY: Single copies..... ..........r...... .....$ 10 O4ne copy per week.............................. 50 Five copies per week......................... 2,00 One copy for three months..................... 4,00 Five copies, one address, for 3 months.. 17,50 µ' If not paid in advance 25 per cent.will ie added to the above rates. TERMS OF WERLSY : The following rates of subscriptioºi will be rigidly adhered to in all cases: single copics............. ............. .$ 10 , We copy for six nllonths ..................... 2,00 ine copy for one year......... ................. 3,00 Arrival and Departure of the Mails. From Monroe to Vicksburg-Carrying' ilI mail matter for the Western, Eastern, Mliddle, IPacilic and Atlant ic States, and New S)r1.( 11ý...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 30 December 1870

o. W. McORAMRW, Editer. MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 30, 1870. Lti&GRAPHICU [Mpecial to the Daily Telegraph.1 Washligton Items. Particulars of Attempt to lurder Gen. Prim. Germans Retreating on the Saone. They Hastily Evacuate Dijon. .Villages Crowded with German Sick and Wounded. The French Rallying. MISCELLANEOUS. WASHINGTON, Dec. 29.-M-rs. Belk nap, wife of the Secretary of War, is dead. She was a Miss Tomlinson, of Ky., and sister of Lieut. Toimlinson, who served the Confederacy as an aid de-camp to Gen. Sam W. Ferguson. Pleasanton will assume Commission ership of Internal Revenue, on Tues day next. PORGIIKEEPSIE, Dee, 29.-The ice on the river is six inches thick. Weather intensely cold. ORi3MIW INTaULELU IGasU. CONSTANTINOPLE, Dec. 29. - The declaration of independence of the Dan ubianprincipalities has been announc ed here, and causes profound sensation. BERLIN, Dec. 29.-An attempt of the French prisoners confined on the Rhine to escape, was discovered and frustrated. LONDON, Dec...

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 December 1870

MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 30, 1870. IN LUCK.-The editor of the TELE. GRAPH has been unusually favored by fortune during the holidays. Visitors to the late Fa wil amember the ele. gant stack-cake standing upon the table of Mrs. David Faulk and Mrs. Jane Faulk, the cost of which was $45 00, and which was a donation to the Fair by Mr. David Paulk. Well, that handsome cake was won for us by that expert dice-thrower, Mr. Pitt Nelson. Then we were asked "to take a chance" in a little girl's dress, and as we had to take achance in everything, we put in for the dress, a very hand some white delaine, exhibited on Mrs. Garrett's table. In the hands of Miss Grayson, our fair representative, the dice could not help favoring us, and so we won that. Yesterday some unknown Samaritan left upon our porch a hand some little cigar and match stand, the openings fillkll full; and then Dreyfus & Co., presented us with a pair of Rogers' large scissors, for editorial pur. poses, to end the favors of fortun...

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 December 1870

T. (;. TiHIRSTONT . . 1i;(OOUK ,'I'TRE, 7TATIONERY, *r( )YS v- CIHRISTMAS PRE'SIENTS, e;rand street, Monroe, La. decl2-d3ui ()UACHIITA LIVERY AND SALE 1 NTABLE. 11. G;. I ) N~O, Propriotor. O%,wi'r Thihd aw DeISiar'd Ntreet.s, MoNRoE, JlA. Horses, Buggies, &c., kept.for hire, Horses and Mules bought and eold. Good lots for Drovers connected with the stable. Shreveport Stage 0111cc at this stable. decl2--d3nm F. ENDOM, SI),eiard ,/r,'.et.-lWiiotoe, La. SALEL AND LIVERY STABLE. 1-l Horses, 1uggies, .:trriages, T'., lfr sale or hire. 4'areful drivers always on hItund. dlecl2-3-n C EORGIA IOME .IVl' INSUtR.N('l' ('0., .1. M. It )ZEMAN, President. I). V. WILIA'(O)X, Secretary. li-luCre at low1 rate., and pays all lI)sses Hll'E:ll N I )S., -A e nt,ý, Monroe, La. Novemul)er 3, 1870. 7-1y SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. 0UAC'IIITA FEMALE ACADEMY, MONROE, LA., A IiOARIING AND DAY SCHIOOL, Under thie charge oft Rev. T. B. Lawson, M. A., Assisted by a corps of efficient Teachers, will be opened...

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. — 31 December 1870

L. 1. O , LA:, SATURDAY, DECEBER 31,1870.ele ta 15. VOL.1. MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1870..31HS A )3*bi 15. THE TELEGRAPH: An Independent Newspap-r; P UfDLitHED"DAftl AND ErIK LY, 4T MONROg, OVACI TA PARISH, JA.,A MBY. U . MO. C ANAIIE. T'ERAKB QY DA.L X : 8iugle copies...................................... : One copy per week.............................. ve opi per week................... .... '00 Ohte copy fr threeionths ................... Five copes, one address, Mr 3 months. I7,O ,a"If not paid in advance 25 per cent.will be added to the above rates. .T-ER).d OF WTEEKL': The followingratesi of subscription will be rigidly adhered to iii all eases: Single copies.........................$ 10 One copy for six months...:.................. 2,00 One copy for one year........................... ,00 Arrival and Departure of the Malls. From Monroe to Vicksburg-Carrying all mail matter for the Western, Eastern, Middle, Pacitic and Atlantic States, and New Orleans, Departs dail...

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. — 31 December 1870

this ,-- t- %--- ap- o. w. aea dl,.ade. MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 31,1870. TELEGRAPHIC. [?pecial to the Daily Telegraph.] Washington Items. 750,000 Frenchmen Under Arms. The Oetniann'Concentrating Around Versailles. Plan to Break Into Paris. Landing of a Paris Balloon. The Tiber Slops Over. Cotton Easier. WASINQHOTON. WASHINGTON, Dec. 30.--Col. Day. ton, of Gen. Sherman's staff, has re sighed. '" The census returns from 1030 counties, show the colored population to be 1,507,011, against 1,441,402, an increase of little over 41 per cent., but leaving out the northern counties included in the last census, is less than 3 per cent. The smallness of the gain is considered surprising. A special dispatch to the Tribune rays : ,"Senator Abbott, of North Carolina, announces his intention to contest the election of Gov. Vance to the Senate, upon the ground that he received the votes of a majority of those who are legally qualified as members of the Legislature." It is being charged that there ar...

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. — 31 December 1870

MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 31, 1870. NOON DISPATCHES. LATEST INTELLIGENCE I Conference on the Eastern ques tion a Failure 1 The French on the Offensive Sufferings and Death of German Wounded. Another German Insult to England. LoNwDo, Dec. 30.-The fleet bearing the Spanish King was signaled offBar celona, and will reach Carthagena to day. It is believed that the Spanish gov ernment will withdraw the bill to sus spend the Constitutional guarrantees. The government commeneed dLs handing the Republici n battalionp of the National Guard. LONDON, Dec. 30.-The conference on the Eastern question is in definitely postponed, France having refused to take any part. Her absence renders the meeting useless. LILLE, Dec. 30.--Bourbaki and Chan sey have resumed the offensive. The Uhlans are scouring the country between Donai, Cambrai and Arras. ('IIERBOURG, Dec. 30.-A large nunm her of troops are arriving to be drilled. DRFDEN,Dec.80.-The Crown Prince of Saxony telegraphs to King John that1 when his t...

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. — 31 December 1870

MONROE ADVERTISEMENTS.T T.G. THIJRSTON'S B1OOK ,STORE, ,S'TATIONER Y, MUJI ' AJND LATE IPA'Ei", TOYS & CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, #frand street, Monroe, La. decl2-d8m. 0UACHITA LIVERY AND SALE ' STABLE. H. G. DOBISON, Proprietor. Cbrner Third and Derlard ASreeto, MoNROE, LA. Hormes, Buggies, ke., .lept for hire, Horses andMules bodgiht ad sold. Good lots for Drovers connected with the stable. Shreveport Stage Otiee at this stable. dec12-d3m F. ENDOM, Deard ,*reet-Monroe, La. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE. A,~ Horses, bdggies, carriages, &c., for sale or hire. Careful drivers always on hand. dec12-3m GEORGIA HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO., If Odumbne. Gt. Established 1859 .............Assets over $475,000. J. M. BOZEMAN, President. 1). l;'. WILLCOX, Secretary. Insures at low rates, and pays all losses pfoupltly. BEHEN BROS., Agents, Monroe, La. November 5, 1870. 7-ly SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. OUACHITA FEMALE ACADEMY, MONROE, LA., A BOARDING qD DAY SCHOOL, Under the charge of Rev. T. b. Lawoea, M. A....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 2 January 1871

e P aL ta telg R aph . VOL.1. MONROE, LA., MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1871. NO. 16. THE TELEGRAPH: An Independent Newspaper; Pt'BLI$HED DAILY AND WEEKLY, AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA., BY G. W. IIeCRAMIE. TERMS OF DAILY: Single copies........................ .......... 10 One copy per week.............................. 50 Five copies per week ................ ........ 2,00 One copy for thee onthss........... 4,00 Five copies, one address, for 3 months.. 17,50 perIf not paid in advance 25 per cent.will be added to the above rates. TE'RM8 OF WEEKLY : The following rates of subscription will be rigidly adhered to in all cases: Single copies ........ ................................. 10 One copy for six months....................... 2,00 One copy for one year....................... 3,00 Arrival and Departure of the Malls. From Monroe to Vicksburg-Carrying all mail matter for the Western, Eastern, Middle, Pacitic and Atlantic States, and New Orleans, Departs daily at b A. M.; Arrives daily ...

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 January 1871

IPud.blisheOe3 mt 1L P. 1W0. G. W. McGRANIE, Editor. M PNROE, LA., JANUARY 5, 1s71. Light Upon the Senatorial Succession. We have been watching the city prints closely for something pretty and confidential about the approaching elec tion of United States Senator, for the term of six years from the 4th of March; but have found our cotemporaries too greatly absorbed in the Eastern ques tion, the new King of Spain and other home topics, to give any time to the discussion of the Senatorial contest, ex cept the Bulletin which conies out with the following new points in reference to the subject. From what is said below, and from the little We can pick up from our State exchanges, we conclude that our fellow townsman, the Hon. John Ray, stands no better show to be Senator now than he had in 1867, when, we are told, he got three votes in caucus. True, he has an able champion in our neighbor across the street, and that fact ought, perhaps, to elect him, but the appear ances are decidelly aga...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 2 January 1871

M )NRO)E, LA., JANUARY 2, 1871. W\e have no noon dispatches to-day, ill consequence of an interruption in the telegraphic line both east and west. We are informed that Gen. Henry Gray left New Orleans, last week, for Lake Charles, the home of his brother, Dr. R. F. Gray; but that he was still quite feeble. We acknowledge, with pleasure, the testimonial of a delicate compliment to our recent article, "Church Zeal," in the pulpit of the Union Church, yes. terday, from the Rev. Mr. Cravens, ol Homer-and we are gratified to know that the article in questioi has been complimented by a number of Minis ters of the Gospel. We may feel in clined to sermonize again before long. The party given on the Island, at the residence of Hon. R. J. Wilson, is said to have been a splendid affair. The arrangements were happily conceived and the management conducted to the entire satisfaction of the guests. The table spread was never surpassed in either delicacies or profusion in the imiost prosperous day...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 2 January 1871

MONROE ADVERTISEMENTS. T. c.TI'rIILRSTON'S I O(1)% T'TONtE, STATIONE] Y, i11I 1 NI) LiTE I APE[',, TOYS & ('HRIIIST[MAS PRESENTS, ;rand street, Monroe, La. decl2-d3m1 UAU:IIITA LIVERY AND SALE ,5' TA B L'E. 11. G. DOIISON, Proprietor. (b)'ner Thiard and DeS'iard ,hreets, MONROB, LA. HIorses, Buggies, &c., kept for hire. Iorses and Mules bought and sold. Godd lots fot Drovers connedtbd with the stable. Shreveport Stage Offioe at this stable. decl2--d3m F. ENDOM, DeSiard rpeet--Monroe, La. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE. HM~rorses, buggies, carriages, &c., for sale or hire. Careful drivers always on hand. decl2--3n GEORGIA HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO., of (Yluonbus. Ga. Established 1859............. Assets over $175,000. J. M. BOZEMAN, President. D. F. WILLCOX, Secretary. Insures at low rates, and pays all losses promptly. BEHEN BROS., Agents, Monroe, La. November 5, 1t70. 7-1y SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. OUACHITA FEMALE ACADEMY, MONROE, LA., A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, Under the charge of ...

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