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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 16 January 1886

et t ,op aai, lssulsops Ii e ' . '. .. ... s IIII II I I.a " * s e ' . d . er u prl, * 24e smu rg4 Meassesh_ , aes a 'h e l . orft1.. 0A * 06 al Ma pond this .o g o, B- a anýMs aet toe Nu e , Be d Theric Oset ps isw.ob thkapr -t y wipe ir oar bOydlian hie mt Sth teiden rt sti t ethitok phrch p lea, - J ry wil .jr a herb th eir Mm~t S .e -e, w .O. w4 o e me; a o t.; , mo.f _ the M." . . Se-agine h Nee wrain t whiches OShep. om der oS-y . l 4 K.t ,i . rtl o ,a.'!d."r.-.1Q t B.o eA a.o gaS lbl. NeYll oftd Te-atrice' Is tpa tsis 7 h ith tiebat fto mLew Loadp l iMhWhic t hea We cT De. at a po oasran agr ll thni Iyor am # .o.eFa . Poe wn ll, raene ag~t h mtho Chc to. I TbmrtrSca! day) Preafl chi trag atb 11a app br aet our Oev, A. Co.; heo a6th abletti f3rom., the ane rOOufe anthe wlod teId Chprch South Walh they will be ft)O to supply th wist -rd d ell ato the;dinwa- bIn pooe gatt downre.or erviced at Ct methodirt Church to. ! of ohe M. ,w. eb~rcb Sout h a odh agai ,been thiny with ...

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 January 1886

a " o irni c0i peti As rooms. Sat old ag it 'f Belfast iad ha banrisg hatd i :Igragthbyeotld be Srodm isstued up agsainet the atmopul the r 1, i m I hins aainst the end t _} fdli Wish that a -ahia- tr S -era sated. I ol .4g wtbh 6fe robabili a`ý g . gw Mlk' la Vander R- gA lcalarly ' s okthins looked p lii the caller r i"Qee from the I l ele d it, and place , ajS6lp-f the back, I T 4. Othe bailer's depar ll er ta,: e docon-' reeker the chair forward a lit. hJl4 forward i -bare a part of hla..weight .. tu 4o( .a flash of Statng $Ji1 ci i up and W ti"U Is W , aut the seat, Sa dnd curled its legs a' under I~oy'n a cold bed, ,: . and colla, a the grand tans 1obrnatio q Ikilg. place, one i " of the ladl~ , have said something very famy, a they both began to laugh and the tE~f f'bwn their cheeks, Mad they ffti'ktdes, and sank into the nelt chairs, while the gentle was arefoll o e k , b,.i head out Iom uuder'the flnilih t the bottom of the table, audr.rE44Ua thef his diff a-, t eo...

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. — 18 January 1886

;ii· OE, LA., MONDAY; a2 afte. .... s. ' ` "1ti ! t l ive them a aioud e ' ,lliu o bodur da aud ld , enator PluMob, to the ubill latroduc . IpiUM11ad mob appseWreiat he - to ghimlem ed them ip and ,Ita hodl*,, Theb door,,aw. T how S.e porpo eil.ected AEuesa Loads. S18.- e rrested.te dep·y wu blls ftbturdnd arrestedy au th11 eg tin d san, Senator Plumpb, 1>r e .' 9e 9i blrl Iptroduced dl the iovernmeot. For .'ner .. ipmble, med strip ~titiC a4sM. Tbhe th ahe vp. feeijudlical eprpeo CA Ot, v plet Mrs. rHumphrey habee  denrla amendedl the bill by vvln rl a`.ive of s Fall only ber, Sitltadlstrip uneder the provi.' ad h peoo ted ad lawnd. The cow n. 1msIrhs atlhasahsus oriasd Senator Teller d. rls l 4blyt his bll to rkint of the hrd sUoe t btlb dblho labnd for Inrrdal tin "parpose. A.rrested. an came to t16- Utate anted Strented pi neywar alhoma. Herday arrested a mum . t uuitue Mrs. Mary Humphreys Sow k owiuding the government. " For 601e" ,y , past Mrs. Humphreys c r *netd. drq...

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. — 18 January 1886

titled to oen we o thadot, * sMomrge, daes atg other lstatioo readhoad. We 9f dmhhd the Ire d depot at. Its started srspaper men in ei c0.g()emen were hibsper men. efOpating in Alnean, tbe commutation *p asSed upon utorphy and is S gid are nothing "ý many of their I iy in their dress, j ' lteok tlike men. Their * b$ tailors, are fitted ense tolook as muheb aies as waists and skirte Jouk like wastceoats * Liuh "abull" will difthsent parts of the I SIrishman, in a time of re lJoied the church, but was a)Itg grilevously, not long 'Didn't, you Join the Metho- a f jal a piously disposed per * aQI did-I jined for six ' yd so well that they I ctal scribe" of the Vieksburg ddgives himself away" thuse: wWell, prohibition items seem to athber dry of late," oaid a C. H. re p;atet to a prominent convert to the aisee last evening. "What are you ':dlig for the cause now ?" "Oh, iothing, of course, now. The weather ' is too eoid to talk about prohibition," maid the convert, aas he nudged the...

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. — 18 January 1886

Kj 4YNS Cý , , ~dL~ It ba 7 1g -- P A Y L O O " .AL#he g o Rafdolph'aei gt shave. s anLthego. Acotage residenos. Appsr h earal., plautnttin 4 mil ,Ampy toMr,. D. TO) EUNT-A umna ls In eloer p'ouedtr. Any one havl ng Is let of houeoald tatgib *to, at a Apply at tblba ~ 91snw aro N ew Apply at Sbi the buJ2~~ 12,rins gives d their paper regular. 49 1 "Ieby lping their *om-. di muc~e. ' 189 De AILY TRLU- la t hell at Wausblgton out º r'wire Signal hole. w. ' the teperatare will f bM low ;xeglree to h3sy7 dote `," I tt !aeer" has hit "t fjrQalev rink W weil 'r °.uI We ltstgentIog to thei a0+ owlI brll ,: U, '.it wbe d Is the DAILY Sueb i se ~ M~ td~ eP~O laker 4. ~~-' U. 19b Tp ~IWflhgeas ~·I;E~wri ok S tod West oaroe *d; l teurdoy night tastitoed for boape, Ad' tmek bat losing Agbzshuted laid two eras ties and went 1 aeoomodation train prMsd over him, but with bIs exoeption of a ib sunhurt. The train sstopped and he was to Mamros. omandel', who had bettler ,alled at a eartain private...

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. — 18 January 1886

y eW the ,whom b)ha bL hand, mid some ,Wht it wa 1 ld ,ot la Sa Wefib.t 7g Iet .o fft eat ARilym, inda evl. 1.. was `Ma tbi bdt Ybya hiss wirt tajssts. Ge. ursn ,e, loolat the b a ha telYd some. " in for thefirstea ~ m 3 dooh (1 cheer. trb4Ao think Gle.e h r S f i d his redsark s sb eelookl athe s edlnate, ng a somea *.x* ev..Ipd eoery femiuc df ... m t* t w.It biPf head p hhri I of ,the wored, for t ý otreti gen a Il his vole, and 4r084 Wdo r.n to be mil nder 'Y# wais mlmont of per Saneatempaerd and #m I. tlly er.d shtgomuery o lBso edhaltely, and So everh feeling as he _ ta erarg temper, and rrly feared se d tor. a ibberdlnates, was some 4I l .P Ptsi every feeling of st hat ps passionate, des.t lately left the pktfrs, hiud co tatoeoin seemed to feel easier w enl - ,: One, as did d.sidpss Mp. latoa tdo pati - rp... p "NtWsd with an Ftmu that was & lshItelng byte Secretary of q ture sin - - r neetn #i belxlerit~ 1lfait fr your of War. This ti extremely awk- ", do trust ...

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. — 19 January 1886

'VOL.: 1 : MONROE,. A, TS fýV Y ~ t+ikýýMwt4..+ ' "' F ýl~ v'ý JY ýY. *. . TELLj s, Pabliamtw and o "' ee ests Waager. d t merdsererLa of arme h Dobs expated his terrible rinme at the hands of JuglQaI us. At about :tIylaterday is meaag ' twenty or thirty mask- es .-'d ume Cmarrylag adledge.. hammers to and various other implements, were seenm marching through the suburbs of tl the city down lixth stret toward the or jf,. -,Tha'l, msake wre.aothlng- mosT Tr than bandaplsMskerchibeis, but each Sfae waslocarefallyoered that idea. in titeation was impossible. E"terlotingztadllay the lynching: party struel a light, rushed into the parlor gubbe Sheriff Seddlemeyer and pu~M -hI* m into an adjoining of r tam amlaed hedoeot lna hl fece and tb VufLyordered him to keep quiet and a atdla in. hk room, The-Jynehers then SmuaMes the huge iron doors and comn- s meuned their work of battering them ps •down., This was the mott difficult part, and balf an hor elapsed before e they euooeededu i.- ...

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. — 19 January 1886

. o . , e New Orleans ;ig that ,bil to go barefoot immunity from a~ o asoaidental and they are at4 'happier than s to the usages stoetagise. girl, die myster mgovet at Chicago, I,and after ex ~atbods to Sad her, S0t4led and thel; together and a Molse to house, but names sev 'ikUn Ouachita t sent in the and says that: the fact that the a very active I. 1 education." This is f )ie*otio of the kind we have a pt9 lfvift'been under s 'that tielty and pariash ting liberally for public a 2 8a , from the St. Bernard 2 f s ai ert e to Hoffenstoin of the ooral. Go ahead Joe and F tt you can make out of It. The a Ipon that wecan come, is Weyman Y :(hy a man) like him "bristles" so in q *4%iwpaper: : : irt y Weyman wore a 1796 election s8 hiat A couple of days before New Year. .Ae lost his head about that time and $ 0he bat disappeared along with it. el Weyman's booat Is that he can out- C weigh any hog that was ever sold in d Poydras market. c, The New Orleans States has the fol lowing regardi...

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. — 19 January 1886

4044 J ý pl.dot %elbtahavm Or91 'fir mie.,r Apply at 4 low , x b M'u.D. DI abps.. " be head Ft ul $o * ', ee ,ý . s wil ,t;. '.t',c:re a e 0w. Mm. *; )&*1 -. 7 tbesuiea swo bor~u tow Wu* bu to YL.tu all work p her s -t. I - t' in ' livel.'+ ", ,^Ir.-+ý gp.ii ' dOur yiung t it From, o lte4li Go to wBork ndbot..jlR.,01 thng livtely.~IIW~ 4u Our Yung I ae" T* J. ~todo. Is farewdqirb betIl 03 titO tr~iangla Rot,~ opdtt t ~·5 frabtjItCOY4 x·'. ·-3- Vuteu *mw tar* wilt er oal939U$r hV~hY 4· ·· , , ~irthedo fr4 nf the t one In Ohis otto, , which Msinna Batour p i ed up last :SgtbS WI, Capt. Scpt. J. W. ia W btllagton City. Pitoher, New Or o , r. . Nunnery IsTAUIRANT. O, J . H u e y , H . C . .oury Llvlnatel, All rmew Orleans; J. P. Pipt 0, O. leroy, New Or iPadbaelb, Ky; A. F. K. Plpses, Clinton; T Orless. the D*nEL. boys eork; J. 8. Ellis Whet wand two chil- A Lit l,: IWsl, Daily Tele. 'Tie t shlp,[T ker Centerville, 'r, L. Rents, as,ilauel. 8. Vin ""''" - "ý a o . But MS tsx months...

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. — 19 January 1886

Rad decent New ' happy new year petleal editor. Ssab. I wishes yer rE'll biM a pufect day b~edarhad ' bin so much 1itiq bout me." tpkre mautph destitution in hood?" ' '4t Ppitr 'mount,. ear. Dar's er S  'atfi y "loer dimmyeracks down 'Vl'b whut done 'spected ter be 0el1iad -lp ln or fat olms' 'fore die eab umu in--an' dey's still sufl'rn' er good dl obh des'tushen in dem dar !r ado, for or fact!" '&ALbles that 1t? Well President .bveland is doing the best he can I d't'at'swhut I tells 'em myself, but dee taawk am moughty full ob italicks --' dashes w'en dey gits ter convarsin e 'Ifm. Dey say dar wa'at enny use or eekuin' de ole chip er state ef hit was only for ter hire de same gang ob pirates for ter run 'ey! How dat strike yer, bees, yerself," asked the 'ld *ane, quizzlcally. S"Why, he must go easy for awhile, make changes gradually, and-and keep-the confdence of the country.'' e"Dat's what I,m a tellin' em. He's g'Qttet be klner sbbl in his searvice, atr or while. Long...

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. — 20 January 1886

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1888M' DAILY TELEGRAPH. G.W. MeCRANIE, Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. Latest News. BY T.ELERAPH. RUINED. CHICAGO, Jan. 20.-A Daily News special from Washington says Frank B. Hollingsworth, of Chicago, reached hert yesterday after a visit of several weeks in Florida. He says the con " dillon of affairs there is very dis eouraging. The loss to the average cratop from the recent cold snap will not Sill short of $1,500,00), the principal loss being the destruction of younog trees, 90 per pent of which are ruined These trees, in many cases 8five years old, were too young to bear a crop and the time and labor spent to bring them to that stage of development is entirely thrown away. Many peiJons who had invested their means in planting of oranges trees have grown discouraged and are preparing to leave the state. TUG BLOWN UlP. PrrrsnuRa, Pa., Jan. 20'--The steam tog Modere exploded her bciLer in Allegheny river, near Sixtee...

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. — 20 January 1886

T LEGRAPHi AbpY 20 N i ANiD SOUTH RAIL i ] R[LOAD AGAIN. S.mgA .ast leat . we alluded to the i that would be brought to this o ulLlpdn the'completion of the N. " l & T. R., which will now be ac. ' Ilshed li a very short time, and ot$ the advantages that would to Nateez, provided that the Offort was made by her public ced itiens. We notice now that gret progress being made to the great North and South o which runs in a straight line fo Lincoln, Nebraska to Natchez  g Fort Scott, Kan., Nevada, "pu, Ark., and Monroe, Philadelphia syndicate with Ut 0o000,000, have now 5001 teans already at work near ... ~lSoott, Kan. They want to build • 4 p   thbre to the Mississippi S the citizens of Monree and Ailzandria are alive to the construc tion of the road trying to divert it so MI to ran from Monroe to Alexandria Instead of Natchez. The Parishes between this point and Monroe are working to bring the road to Natchez. The question is what is Natchez will lg to do; we hear of none of its...

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. — 20 January 1886

DAILy TELEGRAPH. Official Joarnal of the City of Monroe C. P. KEILLEB, Associate Editor, MONROE, LA., JANUARY, 2) 1N88. AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Oneo Ni"hh O.sly. MONDAY, JANUARY 25Th. IMMENSE SUCCESS I IIOUSES CROWDED I The popular and equally accomplished actress. Miss Nellie Boyd, Supporten by the best company ever shar ing her neceas under the mallnagement of ti M. WitLTy in John A. Stevens roman. "UNKNOWN" A RIVER MYSTERY, with all the origi nal Scenic and Mechanical effects. Remember one night only, Monday Jan. O 25th, P Reserved Seats now on sale, DANAL'S SKATING RINK. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AFTERNOONS H For Ladies Only. 01 OPEN EVERY DAY AND NIGHT ! Monday and Wednesday nights for Ladles and their Escorts exclusively. ?riday night for Ladies and Gentlemen. Saturday afternoon for children only. W CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Shaves-Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is allthe go. For Rent-A cottage residence. Apply at this office. - - ter or Rent or sale, plantation 4 ...

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. — 20 January 1886

APH. 4A., dun. 8.-Some tou 3drson Davis, i, UMss., a paper i, containing the firat traitor to inreed his partlo. Lodge No. 1, , and died a Free At r$eular standing: Utrator to the bhis treason in ,and also dicd a free i in good regular D-vis, a free and  the great rebell even taint his hlid have much pardon.' ftb sheet to his ower, of Jackson, lilOe Grand Lodge of with the folowing: IMve received, with rim character, the en a paragraph un ap attention, and I i g 5t your notice. ,agary" Is a eon of malice and St am&i attack seems to Stil lternity of Free and Sand as many elan done, the writer sa Seectional prejudice ';q opoint his attack and In less than perpetrates at 4 IIv1, am not and i Pe and Accepted $S Ihoe sovereign State t M k, l yed her commands a casnot "rebel," neither lia. foillowed a.rebellion, great or S. A I had no Masonic standing, t`hlaDb t 1t was not tainted by the aitdt ol mine, rests not upon JIt,),PW llaeh a misrepresetation. .  sceld not have bad much 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. — 22 January 1886

[ IONROE, LA., FRIA';. ThA~rij ; V. *. T]LLEt, Publisher and CONGIREBIONAL. laid before the Senate a letter from the esltary of the Ireseury tra lnsittimg suggestions for an Improved plan regulatlog petast. sad appeals in ens. coins cases. The letter was ap preopriately referred. Among the bills introduced was one by Mr. Butler to enable the people of the Territory of Dakota to from a ametitutioa.l and State govenment* eaid befot was late aded asubetitter frome for the bill already pending. The new bill Is an enablg acirt aoved apples to to the whole lettead of merely Ssouthern portion. It was referreded. to the Terr mitory o Territo froes a A bill was- ntdece by Mr. Vanew Wyck to prevEda the demonetiztlion uf American coln by certain persons in i the United States. In Introducing I this bill Mr. Van Wyok said the sena I tot from Vermont (Mr. Morrill) yes. terday remarked that no parties in t he Senate or out of it were seeking to demonetlsq sliver-abut even now," p Mr Van Wyck cont...

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. — 22 January 1886

·tIbe3 fotl. te i to M*w byt and aumr lines of D D.c.. Ltem Oust eventually sad e'tent aid the city in its bap, development. As to the con Wh: y Monroe with Tobee tra otion fclities Arrow teeome one of the best towns s Isate," we unhesitatingly say Coal Is swee now but, as already *eq a are "broad fields and I tiwL e-arasp that me Pow . to other words: as3Ies IIs her totalled "losttrade" Bran.. * tooeh more:ay .oter, ofMonroe, Larr tIl'g'~fi le and pointed article r OU&C!A TELERAPH in ood W.$:hb ~ues the expediency of the Middi pag sK Jlereat plan by Monroe Of' a gM $ muans. of recovering its lost itself ps the SLouisiana to th buildling of a b railroad. Captain - ag s Idea is to first make the best em- fbl ,l_ illsethe advantages the ma ow possesses before reaching Ja.ot S  pids, the acquiring of entall far greater bur -a the way of ccpt. There is no Mildl ueagh why Monroe even withher Lo nv f etraneosportation facilties, should Good, , m oe of the best towns In Ordins g'gE...

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. — 22 January 1886

Ko nos 0 uowo sD, Thp popular and equally aesop ·bw J.I aported by the best compeanyi ere s, a.d WiLT,. In John A. TMb sst tie Idyl ti, "UNKNOWN" A VJaER MTY RSY, with all the arg-l nasloenic and Mechanieal eets, 1, Remember one lght, only, Monday Jan. T' a Reserved Sews now on sal, ., LL t. DAN'AL'S SKATING RINK. Ta TURSDAY AND FRIDAY AFTERNOONS W4 For Ladles Only. eli a OPEN MVERY DAY AND NIRMT t L ade,. and their setaa . . S1 I¶bt fr Ladles ade e eb laS 'L as-ses asepeas Sr anlQaen instr h. ttle 7 k lph's eit shaves thr F.- 'l carutu aton 4 miles bel SleR AiptPyto. A i m Db D I nk ik s i s-ver Treak Any one having each w es address. G. W. K.-Thi OmI. g SIPOR SALE--A lot of household Fhral tars, kitchen utensils etc, at a Bargain I for pertlelars. Apply at tis offoi. OR RENT-Three rooms, at a private Sresidence, where thee are no obldren SApply at this Ol eo. Droyae-Fred Haberyanrnan adrycp o eaolly tends to all business given him. peaL attention to the delivery of teamge m an...

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. — 22 January 1886

N , de,. I eleI W t, which multiply Sthe holiest ties Wi dtr ; Cheap labor is the 4rdptljaetwoveyears w ;? oman of thirty; W t it a e man of forty; IB dLrlsh from the home and jB~qa. /to, the battles of labor, )Utl"]p.sung and tender lives are -. l, I$ i o, al n ofe thei e fathers li In 1eforced Idlees upon the pal , y t air agnt of their little ones. We, 0i,,ltIMs, delIsme, first, the wage sys. ,c qshike4lQtjisl ; that political free . .*- ,.oalog exist under economic :,. b., s; oo0d, that eivilzation j ".  t1Wiliftlson of knowledge and , il j ghat te first step to this end is the reduction of the hours of labor to eight, which will, in consequence of moes luwsar, operate on the habits and I eustomeof the people, enlarging their I waa tualttiulating ambition, decreas SN, ikleu and increasing wages. It I. .ai d that the farmers be made iequalated with the principles of the . fl owlagwere adopted; Y... ' dW Tghat we favor uniform .ba;; tleltfbk r the public schools, and th tM...

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. — 23 January 1886

I aft dill { ., .= S, . y -+. ! COAL WINE REIP igrk. CHIcAGo, Jma,-.-A sepeeh f - e .at mine eptlolon. From prhe t ap ,pLrnse att t thirt ye live in all i d trrobably ten Idome, have' been saeodlied,. meny of the deed being our most respeted eltisens. About the heour named While the day shift of Satiq were at work in the mluseb, liau is located on the O8talkit of ., te ar was sidely teat with a ,b-e t tremendous exploslon, the --tee of whleh knocked men |down in the street half a malle away, shatrlag Swidows and doors all over town aidd g, . eshing the stout side. of Irame SA-lili for a long distabos around the the mouth of the Orreti artes, white from the deep shalt of the colliery a dense cloud of mingled smoke and va*p iroie O lefet In the air. FEARFUL TRAGEDY. ClsCAro, Jan. 22.-A fearful trag 0edy was enacted at 441 South Olark streetat a. early hour yesterday morn leg in a home of ill fame. Charles A. Clown, secretary of the alcohol works, a wealthy and handsome yoaung mar...

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. — 23 January 1886

t nUt aitsgoeitie to ,p4e~r s, that the his question as a part governhmit, n, our City t$. pIphlation, ine e , eXteotive . '4, 4ie edIS , to, tbhO 4b irallroad bridge e abe .seest Swill be eonsidered -as a boon i ad West Monroe, ap t parish at hope that the ; tty CouCnil will dis :t l. in joint session and . 40 soethiWng tang.l that i the psoposi ly accomplished, it ti9USo to both sides of 0imamediate viciaity of *ýqiý as promote the of air parmb generally. id West Monroe are too close iihi of tb other, to , that it is becoming tnimtAer. were working .together for itiat p -g-aet and toa a certain Sh1eddal aid each other In up smetropolls in thlssectlon at the eoon The Pine Bluff, Ark., Commercial of the ilst., inst., has a sensible and Y ct editorial, enunciating the to baderived from a North and South railroad. In Monday's edtio of the DAILY we will publish ' 6idltorial entire. The closing para grrpLh ys: The road from Monroe to Pine Bluff ought to be built at once. A·iaihst, ...

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