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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 10 December 1885

yI. . . '' ",e+ ý, Y . Y ,k ' . r ,ý1f l F' ., - • . '. - i i" 'ii' VOL 1 M LA, TA.8 M LA., THURDAY :EC 41 DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. w. MeCRArI  I Fiao. V. N. TELLES, Publisher and Basinaesa bmener. Lalesi Ne!s. BY TELEGRAPF Railroad Strike. CHIcAGo ILL.,Dec. 10.-The switch. men employed In the Chicago Burling. ton and Quineey yards have struck, The night men quit last night and the day men expected to go out thls more. ing. The trouble Is a continuation of the misunderstanding of some weeks ago. The night men went to work al 7 p. m., and were frequently oompelled to quit work by engines be!ag called in, which stopped the switching and they were paid only for the actual timr put in. They demanded a full night'i pay, if worked until midnight, .anc half night's pay if they reported fol duty at all and the company acceedec to the demand. But recently, opera tives found, so they claim, that the Company had fail to keep their agree ment and after giving notice, two day: ago, struck last nigh...

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. — 10 December 1885

S.e pitoriar, e.lp.d 'h I tpuU a Iteda lensasd 'eQrt*-wr k more and talk lm-4hat the tarrier to their efbrts. .sia4 their rights re e-se . * e MU1es M. ýman the members were, either dub i t dsu the speec hes Were hled ~tpre.emete in mItos facilities which into easy . hs .beep to stimulate '. d Mu And united ac the surest, see of National In . .at grand reseults YEpdished by the combi .sto lie the vast country Sgallouads of commerce., We iave qlt3esod the union and co-opera tiU of Capital th es p~,ehbed the sky with the network of th telegraph and tis dophoe system, and the same Mtaspoolatign of common inter ets 8~i -s"slre"ithe satisfactory im poveleat of the ratexways of the Uanited 1tais... Vii -Mhlunetly, fBle advant S9e .rIaulstipculatlon of trade the veins of navigable rivers; et haSve ialM lakes -whose shores S er i with harvests ready for r uarket. The main arteries of our com 8 .?4v w,hore. connected with 5 ia `:phmt hto their swelling b te bait  ~pchrge'frelghted wit...

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. — 10 December 1885

Sonesa jeras" or the c fir . 4t oeie j C. .. fs . , .*e .* ..s st. SýMONROE, LA., D .OSW MA r AIUSENEINTS OPERA HOUSE. DECEMBER M2nd. "Memories of the Past." An original -drama ropreseating the History of the South for twenty-aflve yes, DECEMBER 3rd. "New Year's Eve." A beautifi Cautat, representing arlegoi. oally'the death of the old year and th. birth of the new year. Introduoing Hnate Claus and family. Jo'These representations will be given for the purpose of aiding in improving the MONROE CEMETERY. CHEAP OOLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Lhave--O~ha. Randolph's eight shaves tfh a dollar is allthe go. For rent a nicely furnish room. Apply at this ofice. anted-A good cook. Good wages to suoh one. Apply at the resldence of - M.L. MRtmDITH. Dravage-Frd Haberyun runs a drayn pefo.na . tend. to au.ll bulnegven him. spee uttn araen to the delivery of insge Irom and to railroad depot anda steamb landing. TO SIUIICRIEBIsg. Parties not reMhiing their paper regalar ly will confer a avor by filing their...

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. — 10 December 1885

age to prode arms and emmunition gg  aImuth: also to authorize . Col. WM ah W. Gty, retired, to be placed -e twith the rank and " rf- . rBr . om--To reimburse the h g Btes luterest paid on war r SArtkgp ee -To pro- pe 'l the, easary the fl mt t.t on also to sr are u ettgertireto endeice. d :,; yý" .lilt to t ihtabint the {'d aewspeapnrs containing lot t adertibements and pre!cfbing a 0l1A r 4iPgi 5C PTZhe same. b " I kovldes that J l s UMlawful to It ary by marl, , ' deposit in any reeep teele for miDll matter, any newspaper a Ir qmug publcaetlon containing any o ,Iadrti Ol o ntery, and pro via" alpeta lo " . for each viola- r S tiL Of te set. t *Miigesit r ptthst sce he I ii tadebyon and .io 'depn Of contagnloy n ac t r so"l e Uniteds mI thi general sany I nary ai5WI'y P4~ietty, ,t.eu1 p ePeitjf 2for the sale of lands belonging to the prairie laud of the Pottarwtt6Dle Indians .In Ii ýG}1lson-To authorize, and "ef'"r of the treasury to S 1ma oned marite hospital h J a,,,pm eoan...

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 December 1885

*' A I A1I~s VOL. 1. , LA., FRIDAY, `EC 'E'"i r~ ý ,I'ý, s my DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. MeCRArIE, Editor. V. o. .TEl. lS, Fuip r and Latesi Nets. BY TE EGRAIH. FATAL AFFRAY. OovINGTON, Ky. Dec. 11-A fatal affray occurred in the United States Marshal's office here yesterday. A number of prisoners were taken from the jail to that office, which adjoins the Court room. All were ushed inte the Court room, e;~ept, Edward O'Niel, who was left in the ofiice with Bailiff Day. The prisoner was seated near a table. In the centre of the room, in a drawer next to him, was t 44 calibre pistol. As Day turned aftei showing the prisoners out he wat met by O'Neal who had inthe mean time taken the pistol from the drawer Day's first intimation of dange was feeling a hand full of peppe thrown into both eyes, as they ceaser with pain. He caught a glimpse o the pistol, barrel leveled at his head Indistinctively he caught it with hi right hand and clutched O'Nell by th throat with his left hand. He bor dowu o...

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 December 1885

gis, hbave "bu.led m sad have gba si iof .c." as well a the T. ho lie ie1s is - 1 the of psaskad bshod not forget that a vigil. Mee eaubttee doe the ame, and ese aeommpllibe a great deal more t m s i t i o . o f p u r c h a s i n g thel 1ae ol Maine, but the fact that .aiadla Jim Blaine if It does s` .wll epe the bArgaln to m the pugilist, y hammered every per. i r_, eagitneed, In or out ol ," pathe statement concerning huilf e i false. Hede pub shellng, that "once ' q agan Jr., convicted of the iertge Blake, at New jlena .tenced by Judge Siesii to Imprisonment in the pene teutlery for life, Wednesday morning lit. Theb prisoner made a feeling adese o the .om bfore sentence Only six of the eighty-four Republi. ear. . t al revenue re-, iua l . ,? yieil t a great many StreeiPent Cleveland is S ipe'0ident that ,he has deow the persimmons I a gulet y. i hbor line steamer City of Cairo, w burned at New Madrid,l CPql~l iA sbight was the lar-. get as t is be lightest, and was re F/i~ l'11...

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 December 1885

c.. sa ·a .fa tAe r AXUSiUI[INTS. OPERA HOUSE, DECE(MBEUR Sd. "Memories !of the. Past." 'Au original drama representing the History of the South for twenty-five yps. DEOEMBER :. i '.i "New Year's Eve." A beautl(klCautta,reprmesenting allegori cally the death o the old year and the birth of the new year. Introduoing Santa Claus and family. pThese representatons will be given for the purpoae of aiding In improving the MONROE CEMETERY. CHEAP OOLUMN-PAY LOCALS. ha as.-C Randolph eight shaves for a dollar is alIthe go. F nt a nicely furnish soom. Apply at antedA good cook. Good wag to such one. Apply at the reideno of P . L. MEREDITH. personally tends to all inles gven him. apecl attenion to the deijver ofamags from an od to railroad lt np n TO tTIgSCRIBllts. Parties not receiving their paper regular ly will confer a favor by iling their com plaints with the hansness manager. C------- - The frieght train from the west, -yesterday, had upwards of 40 loaded box ears. Go and hear Prof. Irvi...

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 December 1885

,H. dlanads maid it wai the ti gtJIi that he bad Introduced the o ewhich went tt pa i a~~able diucuelon '~SAllatIsiwtsr 2t'4 e added a d pmb his fQtner position he.ipleh at their actual value the tay wish tho gt'b h to the United * Satu-mot the value of the stock, watre or awterwa , but the actual as of the mlate in substance on veto maybitl aIsed by some tribe ai! wlhih would command confidence. " .2 d.J tte eokst alttee on oun tand had N4 Les early as prae 1Mio-1e1ds disclaimed refletion .a th ommltt t Lft eUbject was the R' oie ad neededi compoa y n n M ' Toldp, to but now the i s b-n ot the value of the stock, miitM or aM late of all the hactl vles th e a da, the broad factson v, they ( ot have to g their the whil again as detail. u aPmxteiad by Mr. Morrill ws1 agned to, directing the payment e.s the contingent funds of the Senate of tles .asd necessary expenses ol the mittee appointed to attend oneraidof Gen. Grant. bil. .troduced and ,ysisrred were the ctilow. Stic att-...

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. — 12 December 1885

, " , r. ·· ri - 6 t , ' ·, , " ·' ' rN _ ý V O L . 1S AD U t paili VOL. 1. , LA., SATURD)AY, 1:EC 29 DAILY TELEGRAPH. go W. XuOCR4all, ditor,. V.* * r. A ,l Nbiti and Dslaees Mdnager. Lalest NevwsI BY TEbERIAPH.i Bank Robbery Frustrated by Youngl t iMen. P WHEELING, W. Va., Dec., 12.-An attempt to rob the First National tank eg of Mount Pleasant at an early hour d yesterday morning, was frustrated by k an accidental discovery by a number o of young men who were returning a from a party and found a horse and d -buggy standing unhitehed'in an alley g near the Bank. Examining It,. they discovered under the seat a black oil cloth bag, containing powder and a quantity of fuse. Their suspeclons be ing arouse by this discovery, the jarty hurried to the Bank where they could detect foot steps and the sound of blows , in the direction of the safe. The young fi men proceeded to arouse the Pct'6ligt, f B. W. Chambers, and the Cashier, J. K. Batcliffe, and they hurried ~ckl to. the Bank. By t...

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. — 12 December 1885

. - mAmds piatroad.. In Introctilng 1 SM MMl r. Utimusde mid it was the W Ulttlhat hi had Introduced the I 111liMuiteof engrssl , whbich went ~atpetsoosa add I rwa reported upon by S:Ilon » late In the sessmion 'r Ur e1db be eonaldered ( tu thre, expiration of -llgd the s.- mittee I UL d1t 4 to r f1 rpres it Otp af re iasonable discusmion iem amiastlet, L u3t' y ". be' added ,# 1a0 his fotmer position l h" be should now be willing tlopbhase at their actual value the ,'F ~W r~ttdt~shb company that Ma1 wish to uss l to the United Slates-not the value of the stock, watered or uawatered, but the actual valse of the material substance on their liest i iplal*b*e, :etc., as such value mayre tllprilead by some tribu a3l whise would command confidence. - i4gN l bMil~ talthe' eoumittee on poetoewsm ad-gestrqads had at the teat o ulvm the" subtJect careful inU-U miatton and had p t hebl4se early as prac ir. muods diselalimed reflection on t et committeal T U subject was a most importsrnP qe 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. — 12 December 1885

CI "~ I:·r f .-ýI v VOL. 1. LA., SATURDAYIEE2 DAILY TELEGRANi G. W. oeOi4hau, dUltr. V. *MP. ,' id and Lat est Wer. . BY TELEai Rffl Bank Robbery Fruastrated by Youna Men. WHEELING, W. Va., Dec., 12.-An attempt to rob the First National hank of Mount Pleasant at an early hour yesterday morning, was frustrated by an accidental discovery by a number of young men who were returning from a party and found a horse and buggy standing unhitehed in an alley near the Bank. Examining It, they discovered under the seat a black oil cloth bag, containing powder and a quantity of fuse. Their suspecfons be ing arouse by thid discovery, the party hurried to the Bank where they could detect foot steps and the sound of blows in the direction of the sate. The young men proceeded to arouse the Preildeht, R. W. Chambers, and the Cashier, J. K. Ratcliffe, and they hurried brck to the Bank. By this time the bt rgilrs had taken thq alarm and eme i from the building coveied thet rd with revolvers, made (tf...

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. — 12 December 1885

its e l .me always dAd the publie peq aii eager to lead its , t_ laisenes ln support Sye will through. _tes yi o ewll ±, C.Wm7 ounty land oI sine of Monroe has S, which hold theot at the properA sasomns of the p . At 9~s(.r the agriultural prediaets Irounding country s i be Prases are oflerred for u)siOt, from a radish V I s the handiwork mod the seamstress are t e people meet li ml ini sh ow to the stranger M ttl en, specimens of the sthe soil, and demonstrate tr )sty or their state lI olfqe produecig. It is at these Sat that the moneyed man Sl.J1pestment, Is to be found, The New Orleans Expoestlom Was .dt a f nancal msuceess, it cannot al dmionl that Immense advantage ha ialted to oar ite frob it. Capita has been attracted to our State it lt Sbut this capirtal is Iso scattere tht ithW to make an Impression inll t wr Ib I its factories, but Z tro..  muast have the product !,fi.tp olen I o been sticking to • iCit ,oi policy two long and a umag i"im ,nde and that soon, 6 b te wi...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 12 December 1885

D-1uE BR M ad. " Memories t the Putt, " An original drams repeaonting leor History of the South for tw n d yamthe e l Claus and family a A'RThese representations will be given a for the purpose of aiding in improving the ah CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. tic. Sh; oe .0t dl ph,. eight shaves for Hor rent a nicely tarnish room. Apply at p w nte wA cook. Good ag o Teb S ion tto m. eon loa wllthe deat a the o ld yebr i and theo r jdrth of the n..w year. IntroducingSata dec Cplaints wiandth the business tanager. ThMr. W. R Adams will aborlope given CHTACOLaUMN--PA . LOCALs. tiom at Tallulah, La. on th - - ----. wh the d Found-A bunch of Keys. The In owner can have same by proving fore f property and playing for this notice. the f Apply at this office.at the rdeiden We would say to all, go to E. H. as a Rills' Bookstore for the chespest and ad we handsomet Va, Toilet oette, Desks d a Work Boxes, Dressing Cases, Albums guar and Toys of all kinds, for their - carn o days. -- -- - - ----have The w...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 12 December 1885

Sova, with l hpe'eisr ep weiaste " .. , IPWlWUOald ttl1 in aseofdgae C Lt~ e iatmetie of the Council t . . . I aigggatd to the Comeslttoe t a p it e taed ' the pMa eor and. otine wet. the salary  othte aer of the Fire Department SLa I 4#O) dollars per maonth, I Be it artda ordained, etc., That th i orllu  lI talefect from mad after th f es id of December, 1U, and that all ordinances n eronflict S with a are lrepy repealed. B. W I LtWisf Di. ALLEN, JTh, Mayor. ", 0WEREALwal o. ~0 00. As -.aiidel appropriating $15 to re pair ptgi" Obas. A. Belteedaiaed by. t e r and City Coneil of Monroe That the sum of $15 be sad the sglmLesmav appropriated ..a. -,- Grand street below '  ,"qi, to prevent the of said street, and building a l, gYJ _ tSfq3 ect 4W. street fo esverlow. Be it farther ordained, etc., That the Trasuarer be utbori.ato pay the said eu l lO : obt. Layton for I4d work after the same has been ap. prOyae4whe COommilttee on Streets 0*j oved, L. D. ALLEN, JE., Mayor. ORDIN...

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. — 14 December 1885

r · ·!·· · · ~· · ~ ,-··l·t ~ H 0e NONRO4 LA, 190' Aks .. . ., ý T T v ýý F; ý ss !M". DAILY TELEGRAPH G. W. MeClEANI, Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Bausiess Manager. LaeChess.s. BY TELI RBAPH. NEW YoaR, Dec. 14.-J. H. Seuker. tort of London, the champion chess player of the world, arrived here by the steamer Etrurla yesterday. He comes to play a series of games, with William Steinits, the champion of America and ex-champion of the wdrld. The contest will begin the first week in January and will continue until either player has won four games, after which they will visit St. Louis and play until three or 4 games are won and the finish will be in New Orleans. The game will end by the winner of the first ten games. Only 8 games ate to be played each week and movie must be on an average of 15 per hour Snubbed. The Painters Progressive Union, rb ported to the Central Labor Unio,, yesterday, that it had sent three of'its BoycottIng Fifth Avenue Hotel Circu lars to John Sherman of O...

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 December 1885

x .., ee, 14th. 18 ' r girad al a-d at, vg ,d th I er.lo I.- wht we want to a W D d ae, s our people rak 'ttl. proee oldi4hl me. tast Vth ety on thle S , tua meoYI t ovl ty be oarried " ;.iwh Il t ; epe" should -s. tht thle order pn b rvea l!a tes gupido to Improve the Oavl thel Ouachit the ~. strop Clarlon is still "red hot" eO the prohlbltlon question and l qaow~g <Ih ,,beme'" regardles ol . tiore.donel. strike. e Meank a baods io.et spuk and that ,be "wil be there"-at the polls to-days . tis belog the day for holdng the lqletion todeclde whether or not whis Amerlsan-or hpeband eat the Mar quis of ore o pe in the House of Commons. The Marquis Is thoe Queen's sonIn-law, and It was hea Majesty who snubbed the baroness tbe easae she married a yoanll man. One noteworthy statement In the firal volume of General Grant's Personalth hemoirsi is that until after the battle f Shilob he believed the war would b over in ninety days. That battle gave Shim the measure of the Confederate ...

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 December 1885

c. ,. a.d .., .e.erses me,. MornQ N. LA., Dmos Uanr 4 1eh OPERA HbUS1 . "Memories lof the, Past." An original drams representing the History of the South for twentyive nyears. DECEKUMBER 23r "New Year's Eve." A beautiflCantats, representing allegorl cally the death of the old year and the birth of the new year. Introducing Santa Clans and family. - These repemmentatio, will be given for the purpose of aiding in Improving the MONROE COEMETERY. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOOALS. Skhaves-has. Randolph'a eight sharveibar u adollar is allthe go. FOR 8sle, 70,000 Hoeat Cypress Shnto, Sat 4,00 per, thouseand. A prdsionofth Shingles are at West Monroe. Apply to a. T.EENO W anted-A good cook. Good wages to such one. Apply at the residenceof M. L. MEREDITH. Dhayage-- red Haberyan run a dray and cart Ir publio convenience, and reodly o tends to all business given him. peoal attention to the delivery ofbaggage from and to railroad depot and steamboat landing. ----r TO UUBSCRI3ERU. Parties not receiving...

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. — 14 December 1885

tt the eleb r9ý .. sad-ild: , si45 ,C lea de beganina' of 14:ld uPa. While. we kin o. l I 4'ls df o anUU an ,. 5e, mpoe to beluev dat ahead to greater emucess :;-itnlb andin.a Die o. i atgaal al Im de .open street dir. d '4t t µe*n eil s4ix men an' a dog. Ade My nea.eAoap' own fto dcqg I a ii' -bl•t of our co, ttushan ab4 abylae. " )Oeila' de pest akal 'ar death tl.inb ~i oar ranks, ' de b'ar_ ,mp iWeOtlafee m de ic. est-mourl. Th membera 1 ers; two were S*y e three ftell off a es o ftr lav, an' .,,SM.. ddser. mo' or lees dil mye to roler a In' rhake. fNablrl orgsirseI ` di club do •legin fI3"hltjlbin' a kitchen cell ,J r~.~ 9G 1H de way from thirty de b' daals., acording' to de 4f d t~tmlly in society an' do r iln peas of do whitewasher. De Si~pdn',a stove depended Sall tfideoreasherl . If an emi T',riMlted a fence white klk -:g.ilrht have to pay fifty 4f uweAolae a rod. If a lady wasted acme flowerbeds In de side yard de spadln'.up might cost her fifty qr de e cll'd puaso...

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 December 1885

. .. ". . _ . .. ._ .I- . i ] , , , .. ," i....i , ": VOL. 1. MONROE, A. voa 1 nro~oE, LA., TUESDAY,~iEIts DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. MeCRAlIE, Editor. V. M. T4LLE5, Publisher and Busiuem Manager. Laest Ness. BY TELEGRAPH. JUDGE GUNBY TAKES UNTO HIM. SELF A WIFE. Special to DAILY TLLE(GRAPH. RUSTON, LA., 4:5 p. m.-The mar riage of Judge Andrew A. Gunby of Monroe, to Miss Ellen Standifer, the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Standifer, of our town has just taken place, the ceremony being per formed by the Rev. Dr. Carter, of the Carondelet street M. E. Church, New Orleans. Tie following young ladies acted as Bridesmaids : Misses Mattle New. comb, Genie McLain, Alice Flournoy, Sallie Standifer and Delia Gunby. The happy couple leave for the Crescent City, on a brief visit, via Shreveport this p. m. U. No ME. Our Campbell and His Burden. HURON, Dakota, Dec., 15.-The first Legislature, of the State of Dakota, assembled at Huron yesterday morn ing. Under the Constitution, it was made ...

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 December 1885

GRAPH. AV wt raimu i Id'. ..- et gip. ... '.."a D t gi IRre)W whptlp it fty eonrvemnt with asl et uMdeeoealderation and whbo I competest to peak regarding this matlr. What 'ayrs, regarding tA leaovemsat o theOuaehita river meshe oet s and his sOg getion, that" a met be held at Monroe some time neat month to con sider this mattr. llkeiie meets with our approval. We hope to $eil a determined effort made in this direction. The propoel tios which we now make is this : We wat the preg of North Loaist thdt of the Fifth Con k,  ]Mde to0 express its eenti and fl)relbly on this sub )et we, want It to speak out boldly, S:qi·t-oSee this matter come up f*e aolderatlon at the nominating GeaosMtlon for a Congremional repre gipthlve from this District. Our in lsdatrelasas hive too long been neg. o.ted :Wly  bitlous representatives, " whe k Isle "stock In (political) trade," wasee t improvement of the Missis. sippi." It occurs to us, in the light of experiments heretofore made, that a good ch...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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