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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 14 November 1883

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMER 14, 1883. NO. 39. NOT Mrs. BRAD('S BUT LEON GER.SON'S WIANO 70 WILL BE RIAFFLE:D OUT AT THEI MAMMOTH DRY GOODS ESIABLISHMENT! 34 GRAND STREET. -F Come one, come all and try your luck ! It does not cost you one cent, for to chances are . GITTEIN .AmW 5Y r .All it. needs is that you buy the best goods for the least limoneyv at LEON GERSON'S, 34 Grand Street, Monroe, La. n.tnd for each dollar handed over the counter, you get a ticket whaiclt gives you a chuce to will the splelldid Now on exhibition in TLEON' G-IERSONT'S Store at 34- GRA" TD STRiEET. All the ladies who have tried the Piano are unanimous in its praise, and iishi in the hottolit of tlheir blessed hearts to hold the lucky numbelr and carry off the prize. Look at the Bargains: CJalicocs c per (arld; 4-4 Brow(n D)omestic To per yard; 4-4 Aof t Fini)shed Bleachliu, & per yard; Cotton Flannel I 0o per yard, Jeans from il)c to 1.1)0 per yard; Cor.yets worth 1.)11) for 50)c; Ladies' H...

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. — 14 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 14, 1883. --- e G. W. M.oRANIS. aditor. C. M. TROUSDALE. Associate Edtior and Business Manager. ORcial Journal of the City of Monroe News By Teolgra j. 1 HOME INTELLIGENCE. -:0: 1'he River Commnnttee. NEW ORLaN8s, Nov. 13.-The Senate Committee have returned from the jetties. They remain hule a few days and will hear experts in river matters but will not subpo'nl any one. '1To ang For 'Wilb' "urdetr. PETEnSHtU'ii, VA.,Nov. 1:3.-Howell Byrd, colored, formerly of this city. convicted in Halifax, N. C., in supe rior Court of murder of his wife, has been sentenced to be hanged Dec. 15th. j Schooner And l'ug Hoat Lost. Cuic';o, Nov. 1:.-Thi Milwaukee, schooner, Arab, with tug borat Protec-, tion, had not been heard frtin up to one i o'clock this morning si.nce she left St. , Joseph, wvhere she was pulled ofl beach I ~aturday. It is considered i;!nrot c'er tain all on board went dow,n. i:tal ioaler aE:ll B.:r N:1w O'EANs, Nov. 1:;.-The boiler of Geo...

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. — 14 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 14, 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 cent Sunday. Camden mail via Farmersville-daily ex cept Sunday. Columbia mail-daily except Sunday. Onachita City mail departs Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Arrives Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays. Okaloosa mail every Monday and Friday. Lapine mail every Monday and Friday. Ouachita river mail 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 c:e-half hour before departure of train. )Office hours 8 a. it. to 8 p. In.; Sundays, 8 to, 4 a. in. and 5 to 8 p. in.- Hours for aIone)- olrder and register business, 8 a. in. to ". 1pl !:t. ).1ur.rIs ENNEMOscn , P. M. M nroe, La., Sept. 3, 188s. A N N UNCE .1E: 1.NTS. 4' ,r Secretary of Sllate ' r_ ,...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 14 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 14, 18,3. Latest Markets by Telegraph. LIVIEIIOOiL. f'tTr) Nx. LIVEAPOOL, November 13--Noon.-t'ntton Dull and easier. (IUOT(' ATLo' o N-. Uplands.................................. 5'7 Orleans .......................................... id SALES AND RECEIIPTS. Sales ........ ............................. . 7,000 Speculation and export................ 500 R eceipts............................................ 1 02."0 FUTURES. Flat. lirst call N ov ........................................... . 56-64 Nov. and Dec...................... 52-64(a5 53-64 Dec and Jan............................ 5 51-64 Jan and Feb. ......................... . 5 52-64 Feb arid March ........................ 5 54-64 March and April.................. 5 54-64 Apl, and May .................. .......... 5 60-64 NEIl YORK. MONEY. Molley easy, 2 to 2. Exchange steady; long 4.82. short 481;2. State bonds quiet; I overnmnents tirm. COT C'oN. Cotton dull, sales 8,500 bale-. QUOT'AT...

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. — 15 November 1883

VOL. 1. MONROE LA. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15 1883. NO. VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1883. NO 4o . · . . ... .. . r n NH l ·ll B IInmB N l II IH N Iin l II llI l I ~ u m II Hl l i • I N I r . NOT Mrs. BRADY'S BUT ..All it needs is that you 1)uy the best goods f'o" tihe least mlonley at LEON GERSON', 34 Grand Street, MonroS WI=LL BEJ R~AFFL~ED OUT AT THlE 'und for eca(h dollar h'anded over the c'ounter, yout get at ticket which'I give.s you a ,'hance, to win tie ,plendid MAMMOTH DRY GOODPS ESTABLISHMENTI N34ow on exhibitio in L O ON Store at .A.N STREET. All the ladies who have tried the Piano are unanimous in its praise, and wish in the Ibotfto of theirh hold the lucky one all and carry your luck ! It does not cost you one cent, for the chaes arprize. Look at the Bargains: al it needs is thatper yo buy the bow omestic goods foper the least money at ishd Behig 8 p ad; o F Ja.v!l~ fr'om 1, l ) 1.00l) pe~r .qard;! Cor'set. wort'h 1.00( for .30); iLadies' Hose. white and ct...

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. — 15 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. McO3AtwIw. Editor. O. H. TROwSDA[LE. Associate dtier sand Busnaess Manager. ----- Official Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 15, 1883. News By Telogralh. WEATHER INDICAT'IONS. WASHINGTox, Nov. 14.--lIndica tions for Gulf States generally fair weather, northerly winds becoming variable, colder weather in southern portion, stationary or slight rise in temperature, in northern portions ris ing, following in west portion by falling barometer. HOME INTELLIGENCE. -:o: Come to (;rief. Failed. NEw BRUNSWICK1, N. J , Nov. 14. The failure of the Novelty Rubber Company is announced. Liabilities Y$4,000. Four hundred employers are thrown out of employment. SIRFIV.EPORT, La., Nov. 1l-.-J. W. Stallcupp was carried through here to day en-route to New Port, Ark., where he is wanted for the murder of Capt. Redman, while river stearsman, inI 1574. Stallcupp was arrested in Black bayou section where he had been re siding ever since th e mjurder was comrnmitted....

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. — 15 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 15, 18813. a Arrival and Departure of Mails. r Eastern mail via Vicksburg, Shreveport 0 and Pacific Railroad-daily. Shreveport mail-daily except Monday. Monticello mail via Bastrop-daily ex- P coot Sunday. Camden mail via FarInersvlle-daily ex cept Sunday. Columbia mail-daily except Sunday. L Ouachita City" mail departs Monday, C Wednesday and Friday. Arrives Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays. Okaloosa mail every Monday and Friday. P Lapine mail every Monday and Friday. Onachita river mall every Saturlay, ex c:pt during low water when arrivals and departures are irregular. All mails close at ;9 o'clock p. Im., except ing mail via V., S. & P. R. R., which closes t one-half hour before departure of train. O(lice hours 8 a. m. to 8 p. In.; Sundays, Sto 9 a. in. and 5 to 8 p. m. Hours for n money order and register business, 8 a. In. to 5 p. I1. JtULIUS ENNEMOSEIR, P. M. Monroe, La., Sept. 3, 1883. $ ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Secretary of State- - We a...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 15 November 1883

DAILY TELEG;RAPH. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 15, 1883. Latest Markets by Telegraph. LIVERPOOL. coTToN. LIVERPOOL, Novembe1 r 1l1--Noon.-Cotton Moderate enquiry freely supplied. QUOTATIONS. U plands.......................................... . 5? Orleans ........................................ id SALES AND RECEIPTS. Sales ..... ............................ 10,000 Speculation and export.................. 1000 R eceipts......................................... 13,300 1 FU.TURE.. Flat. First call Dec and Jan ....................5 52-64151-64 Jan and Feb. ............................ 5 52.64 Feb and March,........................... 554-64 March and April....................... 557-64 Apl, and May ..................... 5 60-64 May and Juno ......................... 6d Futures dull. 1:30 p. m, Sales American .......................... 7.800 Nov. and Dec................................ 5 51-64 LONDON. LONDON, Nov. 14, 1:30 p. m.--Consuls 101 11-16; account 101 13-16. 4'30 p. m.-Consuls 101%; ac...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 16 November 1883

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1883. NO. 41. NOT .Mrs. BRADY'S LEON GERSON'S PIANO FORTTE WILL BE RAF'FLED OTUTT AT THE MAMMOTH DRY GOODS ESTABLISHIMENT! 34 GRAND STREET. Le Come one, comije all and try your luck ! It does not cost you one cent, f'or the chances are ITTEN WAmWYm All it needs is that you buy the best goods for the least money at LEON GERSON'8, 34 Grand Street, Monroe, La. and for each dollar handed over the c('ounter, you get at ticket which gives you a chance to win the splendid Now on exhibition in IEON GC3-E,SON'S Store at 34 (IC-,AND STItE . All the ladies who have tried the Piano are unaninous in its praise, and wish in the )bottom of theirblessed hearts to hold the lucky nunmber and carry off the prize. ILook at the Bargains: (Calicoes 5c per yard; 4-4 Brown Domestic 7T( per yard; 4-4 Soft, Finished Bleaching8Sc per yard; Cottons 1' latnucl 11 (e per yard, Jeans fron 10c to 1.00 per yard; Corsets worths 1.4.)1 for 50;c; Ladies' Hose, white and 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. — 16 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. ooRAWEI. Roter. 0. U. TR5 USALE, Associate 8dtier and Banlness Manager. Official Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 16, 1883. Although no authentic report of the result of the Democratic Mass Meeting held in Madison parish yesterday has been received here, we have been re liably informed that a solid McEnery delegation was selected to attend the State Convention at Baton Rouge and that resolutions were adopted endors ing his administration. With this good news, however, comees the bad that the Ogden faction bolted the meeting. Ift this be a f',ct they were undoubtedly in the mtinority for majorities do not generally bolt con. ventions anti mass meeting., but on the other hand, carry thiings their own way. During this whole campaign we could never bring ourselves to believe that the Decmor,'ats of MIadison parish would turn their hands againat their redeemer. Tll E 31AliS 3IEETING Y El'TEitl)A Y. The )Democrats of this parish as seatbled in mas...

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. — 16 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONROE. I.A., NOVEMBER 16, 1883. Arrival and Departure of Mails. Hereaftdr the Eastern mail via Vicks burg, Shreveport and Pacific Railroad will close at 9 o'clock a. m. and arrive at 3:45 p. in. Shreveport mail will close at 3 o'clock p. In. and arrive at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Monticello mail via Bastrop-daily ex ,rept Sunday. Camden mail via Farmnersville-daily ex cept Sunday. ':olumbia mail-daily except Sunday. )nachita City mail departs Monday, \Wednesday and Friday. Arrives Tuesday, 'l'hutrsdavs and Saturdays. ikaloosa mail every Monday and Friday. lapinio mail every Monday and Friday. (t-uc:hita river nalil every Saturday, ex i,.lt during low water when arrivals and ,!'partnres are irregular. All mails close at 9 o'clock p. iu., except ilt.r mail via V., S. & P. R. H., which closes ,n1--haif hour betioro departure of train. T';:e ic tie heretofore i]uowit as Douglas i, thoClaiborne road has beenll moved to t'l,(,irrant Station (o the V., S. & P. R. R.. . ...

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. — 16 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONROE, LA., NOVEMB;1Y 16, 188&. Latest Markets by Telegraph. LIVERPOOL. COTTOI. LIVERPOOr., N~\'etlbcer ],--Noo,.--C( tton lteady. ItUOTATIONS. Uplands.............. ........ ... 5...... Orleans ................................. d hLowvyg iddling....... ...................... 5. 'iodd ordinary .................. 59-1, Ordinary ....... .................. 5 5 -16 Sales, Anmericas............................. 9,200 FUTURES. Steady. Nov ............................................ 5 57-64 Nov and Dec ................................ 5 54-64 Jan and feb ............................... 5 54.64 Feb and March ........................... 5 37-64 March and April............. ............. 506-64 May and Julne.............................. 63-64 LONDON. LonDON, Nov. 15.-Consuls 101 3-16; Bullion increase .2,900. NEW YORK. STOCKS. NEw YoRK, Nov. 15, 11 a. m.-lStocks ad vanced % to % per cent., latter in Oregon Transcontinental, which sold up to 48.4. Manatoba sold at 102, ...

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. — 17 November 1883

OL 1 MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER17, 1883. N.2. NOT Mrs. BRADY'S LEON GERSON'S WILL BE RAFFLED OUT AT THEJ AMIMOTH DRY OODS ESTABLISHMiINT! 34 GRAND STREET. Gi Come one, come all and try your luck ! It does not cost you one cent, for the chances are All it needs is that you buy the best goods for the least money at1 LEON GERSON'8, 34 Grand Street, Monroe, La. atnd for each dollar handed over the counter, you get a ticket which gives you a chance to win the splendid -Now on exhibition in L-EON .ESON'S Store at 34 GTm SZrR -EET All the ladies who have tried the Piano are unanilnous in its praise, and wish in tile bottbn of theiriblesd ,hold the lucky numnber and carry off the prize. th of Look at the Bargains: .Ualico~ 5c per yard; 4-4 Brown Domestic Tc per yard; 4-4 Soft Finished Bleachinq8c per !lard; /cottou l n Jeans from lOc to 1.00 per yard; Corset8 worth 1.00 for 50c; Ladies' Hose, white and colored 1.00 per doz; Handkerchiefs 1.25 per doz; Ladies' se8CveC ihoes, calf or...

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. — 17 November 1883

DA Y= RAPH. w. ' meter. . . a. Ole rjtal s the Oitf f Ionroe MO OE, LA., 10' MBER 17, 1883. 1es By Telegrapi. WEATHER INDICATIONS. WASHINGTON, NOV. 16.-indica. Itions for Gulf States--Warmer; fair 'weathbr, except in Texas, local rains; f northeast to southeast wind; lower barometer. iOME IN'I'GLLI4ENCE. - :0:-- y Visitation of Providence. At' STA, GA., Nov. 16.-In case of Wmin. . Fletcher reported murdered near tIcBean, in this county, the coornar's j ry to-day found that de 'ceasect'ame to his death by visitation ,f providence. --.. . . - 4-- qm,..,m . . ... A Railroad Muchly 8ued. NEiv YORK, NOV. 16.--A Montreal dispatch to the Post says that 500 of me thousand men hired at two dollars t day to work on the Canada Pacific 'tailroad have arrivedc in that 'ity absolutely destitute an:l have en ered d00 actions against the Company or wages and damages. ' The .. n We all French Canadians tinit girat iidignation exists amonL: th1iir c',nlpa t.iots. I'ire Fiend. ilILWAUKIE, NOV. I..t-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 17 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 17, 1888. 1 Arrival and Departure of Mails. Hereafter the Eastern mail via Vicks burg, Shreveport and Pacific Railroad will close at 9 o'clock a. m. and arrive at 3:45 I p. m. Shreveport mail will close at 3 o'clock p. in. and arrive at 9:80 o'clock a. m. Monticello mail via Bastrop-daily ex cent Sunday. Camden mail via Farmersville-daily ex cept Sunday. Columbia mail-daily except Sunday. I Ouachita City mail departs Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Arrives Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays. Okaloosa mail every Monday and Friday. Lapine mail every Monday and Friday. Ouachita river mail every Saturday, ex cept during low water when arrivals and depam Lures are irregular. t All mails close at 9 o'clock p. m., except- t ing mail via V., S. & P. R. R.. which closes one-half hour before departure of train. I " The office heretofore known as Douglas on the Claiborne road has been moved to t Choudrant Station on the V., S. & P. R: R., anfd will be...

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. — 17 November 1883

DAILY TELEGRAPH. MONROl, LA., NOYEMBER 17, 1883. Latest Markets by Telegraph. LIVERPOOL. COTTO~. LIvBRPooL, November 16--Noon.-Cotton steady. QOOTATIONS. Uplands... ........................ 5% Orleans .......................................... 6d Sales,..... ....................... 10,000 Speculation and export.................. 1000 Receipts ..................................... 6.700 American ................................ 5,950 1:30 p. m, Sales American............................ 7.000 FUTURE$. Steady. N v .....5 ...................... 560-64 Dec...................... ........ 557-64 Jan and Feb ........ ................. 558.-64 April and May.................... 6 3-84 June and July.................... .. 6 9-6 Madchester market for yarns and fabrics steady. NEW YORK. STOCKS. -Aew :YRK, Nov. 16, 11 a. m.-Stocks firm this morning Oregon Transcontinenti. Lackawanna, Union Pacific and Lake Shore stooks advanced j3to ,. JMONEY." Money easy, 2 to 3. Exchange firm; lon;4.82%. short...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 31 October 1885

. * ..... . ... F. i: ,: t, ... 1R.z - 1,, . . r ' ' s. .` '"..'.. " i 4l,- " '; $ t ;' , ! F :N ~` 2 f 1` 1 VOL. 1.1 MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31., .'$v. ;·~,A -5 DAILY TELEGRAPH. hew G.W. w eC.RAeIB, editer. Soa V. H. TELLIS, Publisher and Business MHjalr. edl OBN. 'CLELLAN DEAD. He Dspires Suddenly of Heart Disease O At His Home. At Nuw YORK Oct 29-Gen. George B. McClellan died at 8 o'clock this morn- I lag, at Orange, N. J. of neuralgia of of the heart. Gov. Abbott, of New Pep Jersey, has been offically notified, and hb maent Gen., Plume, commanding . of the Natural Guards of the State of Stal New Jersey, wifh a letter of condo ho lanes to Mrs. McClellan. General and Plume will alse consult her as to the fo, funeral, whether le sball be public or I private, and on that the governor will day set. Governor Abbott will issue a atn proclamation this afternoon. General Uni MeOlellan has for the past two weeks H suared oceaslally from pains at the eon heart. Yesterday he felt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 31 October 1885

J kr a see ss stsii , , mmu. 4 . a  W!hasP eer eeral has decided IA ttal ng the immedi is s.'se to the fite same dayof t lpNew Or ihe e owlm O stealm S g l~ktldr4U !~gleoo 54m Inid tVaft., * John W. oanobp, '~t~i Il~ ~t.aa t ea4 ! Ogr0000 John SBeis ville S.I tol5 Ink a victory for the se s by.v0v 800 mnaority. SI9 mas dateritbe inatlcal pro howbveer, bshi  altd aen w ll U y rtend towaen Making 4Wr beest rda s h auo r wain o ing e opmepr asa tnalid an a0 small bouse be I Wua far fry himself t - i wlty wwdslxsesre years pat,. WV@bOSlwI to dealt Mist Friday night. ·taYbushe seemed to 1 bbjSiS rit is tad nothing agmigat bogs As usual, just rl, t n* built i n her berm at to her and she iwas ag g by the Are. The 1"t e e of the family weOt to look her wants a ghastly qauetae was pressiented, she having bibas he her hair idto the Aire. No gg a d ole vsibe. NI-vsIr har eam e brnaed eN, and thbt 6 her body was born e almit to a crisp. Her pipe and ib wean found ltg 0 asr her and ru I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 31 October 1885

DLTZIrEGR APH. OMidat Jurreal of the Ci ti o ie C- P. IELLRA Aielate EdIitor. MO BO23, LA., OCTOBER 81, 188L 8h"aes-Chag. 3M ightjhv#a ayg adollar isualGlth g C FARPE cut seowed and laid by W. 8 G b Jon upholsterer, Grand tLreet. raHe-Fred Haberyan runs a dray -and cart for publi oonvenene, and !i9 e,_- tiUon to th delivery of agga Iromand to railroad depot anstemotZ lasding. TO UltJIU]CRBIas. Parties not receiving their paper regular 1, will confer a avor by filing their com plaints with the business manager. Beautiful weather to-day. Business in town to-day Is quite Sbrisk. Monroe is one of the best cotton markets in the South. The iron casings of the bridge piers are recieving a coat of tar. We regret to announce the serious illness of Mrs. Charles Bynum, who it dangerously ill with typhiod fever. The brick side.walks, around the Corner Saloon are being repaired and the shed supports strengthened. The Oil Mill is In fall operation and is running day and night, the Eletric li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 31 October 1885

:.:.INO bom w you am l d MP I Pattngs both, 'h pgbllbda old e t a s"' e qua9 =M; ir as how you am S t ~ h4 beor her band, I ll,~iiai. Pa dtting bath bOIu the -old u l ohe arnand 'ý 4s as howd you ecam . - atl lg. i yel let ob lde 1 yon been Inagn all .lp dottlwad she added, Sskl odder fokes hab admi ob1dat stripe dey nob mse algh ~m, and I le seen plenty " uddu quality obes what am had 'um leV'l~lse baiged!" ex claim e. @d pts, walkinog ot "I boon' peatis 4tlt any length ob tim p wlse to be a shaking and a veh siu est and ad stretching bi 1ith sOder fokes, anbd t 4 lt lobioality sokes on tudder inbbu1emaMde, ole man, don't you iehss"  isatily replied the girl; aid vIgorously tesuming her washing t .si 4 tpa i et song, "to Ssre8croaking," as sha e pli t when young Jake came along hll atlnabted himself on a washudder SWinr tId e rs ate yong woman. be Saaty lourt s fring to me," she ma hib "asr how sam fokes ai' satis- thi s4 tosspsiedie toke a Joying ob der for t lA etg lo dey le d...

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