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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 23 January 1886

, ! y ' ( 4 - . I" y ' , .1 . o s, . ol 1 " h e ," . b i. . "m '." n alnt l and at i.. .. nli I r. wlIPi O Se iten6ir o1f' Apply toY LOOife: 'r. D !1aDo * N~ t hamamlYr aglnrea n Gtemeet at tI .h e et ht th is oroln n. o wr.d. he wnt,d l mte hlad iy e lift, ini mo n pat stlfreet at, s. e a, .ti ,mrno the o of athed ~Crt TD "ePI sta,. W peart. not -tI straee rieas e g their paper regular. j i ora the bre emitgn anager. 7a b, i Tbwho aigt pe ok Labor meet at their oae at the usamm, hour this evening. rWe ,rll attteet iiew , " Ia. Mr.. Mio t D.lee , the W ife of Mr; D. Headergo., died at the family in 'cloek a, mai..ts  ar of epe tbhe d.Bld h it ad tis be morning and the tendency of the thermometer edownward. The weather d cloudy an 1e 9 we antiipa te s0wn jdtueg from sp o r ~ m l------ e s oThe Perce uowbios etated atbe thret. pI'beiq of6d and re(ad ta rthe aei of . J, bl Isl wernel n a this i...ate Wtim a b t~ cr~ca~Yubur.idg7t , Miae anto port 4 .Z',rboene With 178 Rewand is due...

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. — 23 January 1886

-I sia a |no-.. Sk yr masisr lo 1e is arbed w. I rll - r.ad sdne e  .it to se*, y**oraurW* manm B tied, 1qi+ýuelI li systel odf Ssearitema sateelegete 'Ste., olYI I Dus Sep en New Year's wdn 1lr' corms thatI the 'lame ou bcm raan IiI," m tbeNlreand '.g toi ame to the door, pad `k r ii hat and ,sid: 4Sh' Ito1. E*sr my wr i..S4,r't # apsl and taking g (iS taeeiI,' gshe "#,i'rhd v, 4401sVw artslang . . od* asass, . -Th- res_ Moot ~ei5Sbel lto 0ab farewtte *M h'roke hisr, seek." e4Ab " sa aitd end aessat ooksld man A waiting at e td weul t depot Ibe oth day for a train, and wu h w walking lIalh .t # pod deal t", .polee eliler ft t4 teat cantidaen tim to leek eIs teremasmse muan. "Oh,I know all aboSt eaSdenee an,'" was the.reply, end that ended the conveinstloa for a time. In aboati in'hiorlh old0 a1 11ma.me m.buelagampI an s t sIddeWll te uhad sad cried out: NUogestaliarstkaUkk has pclked my "WeiI, I eaalieme yeou" "Yui-aIinit Ye toild ase to look eat h sgarmeqomes , ed swr aid 4 wrdl...

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. — 25 January 1886

1imt} ..d ·.., - . 2 N-- DA ILY 1tEG 0 8 as Ba r. sa rkal.e ed Desk. sr o th XNgir " Circuit wbreh:2'g-thant -he fin 8ao,it s,lye .pa,, Wotmo fH h hb bee bt .te. puoee with m t.,, usstetas of boar. In a ett bi lb. decasoi deatires that th F1i, I r Wte e • toik h ) il ~ dult slt bl Lo t118 iebatlnhdriivetrbt ,t 6ai Is breweries and dstilleris, bat vtr m yards, whhlb a tregatsr a ( arneoat 1l vales. The sneaty attorney tt af tw bee~s r ierv. wsI e wlt uquug ' le *i" ~ ' theI fits Supreme soaw `n Pets why Isets not ýo i ~l uad e mcasce o u. an to i .4 po.1 MMil*f law th a Ide, lth eooity Cn.mi aistl rr"n w ss5 . I Los AON&sm, Ja1.. g gg oenamuelation with tbiW eIine I simes last Maodqy ' ue )imE hoe. uo ' lished. A severe rela.tem 5s5 I meneed Sudalthb, lapted Id aUti Wedonesdoy 4.86 lfeehb tMiltg '*I Teestday moren. It Is supposed a led brset fn"ibe tonetsiau. I' Los.A.- e gels river river rasn frightlbHy, golg trio Nit above the lood of 1664. The damage in this city will ...

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. — 25 January 1886

ree? 3~No. , wtAsk the ierk o ut om to ~3 to. to chtwrg th wilitiagug "epe, opener," etlAlE" wit equal that of the -' o~ . To eluoldate: The . a r l.O up tript ere; St g k parelt and then has cotr t, a hIchrob they thE merchants, have Oi , W h . aAes boat, sometime alaee, rJte dbteahipplag cotton here becau s hjb $taQn aemaets below. e Ond her tripdow) p tlethie Mon te oett ono r thre foardo . to take dool J whib h e revr o aeonsamodate patS s at a litiog below. WRo g seto 4* ofoiristaateon: Don't you really belve that this city has reaon to kcLaki" this city for years daeneloq, waich prevails slmost in 11'? f. y ealop of our state. Columbia merObaata qilgbt even And it profits. ble to porchase In this Market, whicb, When the great branch house of Wes. tetn packers Is opened up in Monroo, trisevent wealiall chronicle in the M dir blurje, will ofer inducements of a 3 ?atee that le bound to alt:;.ct the patronage of the whole of Northb LouiAiana ,and, don't you forget it," q We are...

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. — 25 January 1886

A. Seven roman-, : t4 all the origi 'M-144 $l1,,r Monday Jan. Si ; , it1 ONLY. ,' ',Jsuary ,th. Dieak entitled : I o It ous OerDE L~l Ganilery, s  be ata soaiie at Sholar's Drag hanag siea. S .Ppqevenetran , 0.04.,4" only. I-,  ! wiVh nih I s fte orG. SLadle and Gentlemen. eA wahe 1 b hildren only. I rony eny pone having ech will . I. W. B.-Thin O k id e. w I ipe- ll oti e h to obdl n lm. C TO- I - ·41W C NIGHT, Pates o t eclo heirn papo r regul ar ly ill cn for a favor by filing their com t plaints with the business managller. The wiaither is moderJating. R t u telegram Ws nreivedat tohlas Drug O nly thr ee prisoners jailr , o re Mr. T. Ba, of Oak Ridge, was ne t own yesterday. Ber's visits are m te on, i o p bia plaesso thro ueht h lu , Ont..tadl , <!t s AND N[GUTI c! cit e y trainc rLaodeto n dig h, for over to ae a ter blIdre i n toanly. 8hayt.. opsloiute Istatm'eingtaha, be fbr C W a Tr DT E NTl-s Au ala fla c otlage 4Ivera frot Anyr oea4 hain snobutd il Miin, o ist isbr...

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. — 25 January 1886

bimtialt zsree Preme.) Pbi" ''i1'''aabier Gardner as MiilI and Sirdded t A., blitslke to arove another her 'ini at Ia e theO stove, -"I trust dat s. an' abery oao you may take - do tisai Iy, but de a"V whPeo** $ fwee inl de day Saties too ,' Mr ~6 ebuain' star' am : 'J hwngry in aiummer an' e to Winter. "A speolt of philoso ai, m t e tinoa raged in all, U, tee Va e setso down to cold It es toh, an' reasons dat it ta ti ,tSta'e darefore Is can't horry as)itty of me. 'DStSturdy oft4tur' am to be com meatndd, but diari git so enthusiastlc over Itdat you am willin' to see de abllt~Sg belrft in Jinuary for de sake of studyin' delli heels an' tees. "uN M de satdy of pollytical econo F, If yte ~ llI, but dean' make do diskivery dat de hull subject resolves It·u di 5ullls.' yen vote fur do werry hlghqWlrke t prlee. "Dtfamo of automy may well In Ofi e of 'l, but doan stop b6K 7i l ur Utadie at de diskivery dl ,yMteatage haltbhy man kin hold 4O, lIrd, bottom cheer for six straightigori...

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. — 26 January 1886

MONROE, LA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1886 DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. MetRcANIE, Editor. Pr V. M. TELLES, I'ublisher nnd Husiness Maalnagcr.' tf Latest News. BY TELEGRAPH0 CONGRESS IONAL. V IIous,. t WASIIINGTON, Jan. 25.-On motion a of Mr. Blount, of Georgia, it was or dered that after reading the jouraai to morrow States shall be called for the introduction of bills and rt·olutioll: r Mr, Bragg, of \Visconain,.uinuoceed thedeath of his colleague (Mr. Rlankin) i and offered the customary resulutions, which were unanimously adopted and as a mark of respect to tho, memory of the dead, the House at 12:15 ad journed. T'ei chair I:id before thoe S-'nstt' a letter from the treasurer in cmIl)ijn neC with a recent r(.olution of tho Senate asking for information as to w ai:t di is posal shall he made of tlhe bonds called for payment February, 1, 1S86, held by the natloual wanks V a basis for chnicu ation* The letter states the amou:nt of the bonds so held is $5,000,b0o. Letters from the secretary ...

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. — 26 January 1886

said it ,A TTMLT AT latives " "U D, A I M19UCJeb AND TWO about VoXIN aitWCATSD* She a I w the Drummer Arrested and Jailed. from i of the Vo lCy was very much excited and mpted abduction of a young ticket od woman who was on her wacs ifrom a visit to friends and Rom teaIs rlidin in l Clalborne parish. sever The VclkeborglSheveport and Pa- love elo pasieS train due here Saturday mar anlght a%118S o'clock was delayed on ame route sad aoihed at the depot at 4:20 Mind '.Jnday aormaig in charge of Conduc- the c ter Whi r partles are im- from llea'd aiW dbbolleal attempt at oc bthe rin of virtuous woman, as will an ol be seas farther. The first intimation talk So l tieubt* was conveyed through a got t postal card dropped in the postoffice was gday up orniog. It whs addressed to o n th BShreveport Times and read: O V O n, -anuary M.-LEdltor: This morning coming in oA the- Vickburg, is a Buveport fnd th b railroad, a par ty of us notdeed 4tle game. A coun- doul try irl om ]omer got on the t...

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. — 26 January 1886

a~ C. >r. l ]lI.LBR, Assoeiate Miter. MOaNIOE. LA., JANUAIW, 26 188. WE a __nibgt ArUSErENTs. ilog crossli OPERA HOUS. wind THREE NIGHTS ONLY. Our Beginning Thursday, January 28th. glad t EDWIN CLIJFFORD, Court In tie Historical Drama entitled : Davy Crookett. b1.00 FBIDAY NIGBHT, Coun , Monte Christo. Tit SATURDAY NIGHT, by "f Enoch Arden or Ingomar. "eP Admisson, 11.00; Gallery, 50c. gang Reservon seats on sale at 8holar'a Drug Store. EDWIN CLIFFORD, The J. M. ESSINGTON, Proprietor Hoau Business Manage-. DANAL'S ""; SKATING RINK. boos the C TUBSDAY AND FRIDAY AFTERNOONS, with For Ladies Only. Co OPEN EVERY DAY AND NIGHT! west Monday and Wednesday nights for ving Ladies and their lsoorts exclusively. F'riday night for Ladies and Gentlemen. Ladies Free. farm Saturday afternoon for children only. anti it- [ CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Gnod good Shaves-Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is all the go. Ti W ANTED TO RENT-A small cottage beer residence in close proximity to the...

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. — 26 January 1886

4 - -by Rob Coffee,4 ...., . O., Jan. 25.-The e- or M Senate convened at 10 a. m., Fo wial members present and Demo Oets absent, as well as Clerk Vallen- Pork, dib.am. president Kennedy directed D.S., the readiag of the Journal of Saturday, Bacon. after wileh nothing was done for oap, want of a quorum. The president re- Staren tadned the chair waiting for the arrival Tobace of Democratle members. It is expected Barro this will be the programme until 4 p. shot, m., the hour to which the Democratic Gita ,enate adjourned on Friday. A good- Salt.c slsed lobby is present but everthing is Axle 4 quiet and the best of feeling prevails. Lerno THE SENATE BUSTED. Corn. The Senate broke up at 5:20 amid Biran the greatet confusion and yells on the part of the lobby, the clerk calling the roll and the Democrats leaving the hall. A report comes from the Democratic caucus that they are considering a re, solution declaring vacant the seat of Jn. - Kerpp, Republican, from the Dayton district, in whi...

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. — 28 January 1886

VOL. 1. - -C ONROE, LA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 28 1886 . . . r 7 DAILY TELEGRAPH. rl U; u------. . (;. . MeCRAnl E, Editor. vacated a ments bi V. M. TELLES, Publisher and has made the ice to Business Manager. Nuw of Gen. Latesi News land and tragleall Near F4 BY T:ELHA . aPH. woas uan A Find. contine CHIAGO, Jan. 28.-A local paper scoundi publishes a long article Tuesday refuge morning announcing the discovery of is pat a rich gold field in the Republic of commi Honduras. It appears that some six ago, be months ago James Recter Milligan, there, I Capt. Pat Donan, of D.kota, and three herself others from Indaina, made op a pool Srgea and sent Rector and another man. an cock's old California prospector, to Honduras was a to examine and report upon a new and in placer bold field, which was alleged to her sit have been found in the southeastern statiol part of that little Republic. Ever since togeti November there have been rumors regal afloa,t the the alleged discovery was are s i confirme...

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 January 1886

DAUY T LEG afAP VloNse JavUARY, 8 te18e. A PUBLIC BDILDINO. The oews, by private telegram, from Washlngton, published in our edition of yesterday, was most gratifying, but, owlng to the late hour of its reception preveted.any lengthy comment. For years past, the TELEGRAPH has, from time to time, favorably commented upon the necessity of a Federal build ang In this city and we are pleased to note that the subject has at last receiv ed attention and that the Bill, now pending before Congress, for the build lag ofl National structure at this city Is likely to become a law and that we ate now on the road destined to give at the desired and sought for boon. This city, situated as it is, almost in the centre of the Fifth Louisiana Con, gsessional District-the United States Court holding Its sessions here yearly; the importance of our Post-offBce-a eestral distributing ofice--supplylng a large sectlon of Nlrth Louisiana; the fect that jarors, witnesses as well as professional men are put t...

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 January 1886

o*eiar lm aail oif t~et CIs, * Ml nero C. P NLLEZA , Asaselate U r. MONROE, LA., JANUARY, 28 1A6. AXUSEIENTS. OPERA HOUSE. THREE NYGRTS ONLY. Beginntng Monday, February 1st. EDWIN OLIFFORD, In the Historical Drama entitled : Davy Crockett. TUEBDAY NIGHT, Monte Christo, WEDNESDAY NIGHT, Enoch Arden or Ingomar. Admisson, #1.00; Gallery, 0Sc. Reserven seats on sale at Sholar's Drug Store. EDWIN CLIFFORD, J. M. ESSINGTON, Proprietor Business Manage,. DANAL'S SKATING RINK. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AFTERNOONS For Ladies Only. OPEN EVERY DAY AND NIGHT I Monday and Wednesday nights for Ladieq and their Escorts exclusively. Friday night for Ladies and Gentlemen. Ladies Free. Saturday afternoon for children only. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Saves-Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for Sa dollar is all the go. WANTED TO RENT-A small cottage residence in close'paoximity to the river front. Any one having such will please address. G. W. K.-This Offlie. Drayage--Fred Haberyan runs a dray and cart for public c...

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 January 1886

- aDtse ArNe -me leneds of ztrl r- a ý that eye I'e.11' anad-'nator, Wa well sn edeors and grand Juries, now sad thea prOve ther claims to a place in the e eiepof Sa01 t6 belWgs by trips of the ta r ipes whihob in the popular belief are neonsistent with their eaited atatioe. Spoes of the iacura le. of statemmeaj deptlee, uoay be aseribed to an exces of seal n making omt ese, and we too often see them, wheya a re than ordinarily difficult tnk Is sndertaken, to make the wore appear the better cause. For instano, Psreelest Oleveland in his meage, and unquestionably basing hib assertion upon "*naformation r. adyst"' (as we are told he never writes or speaks an any question until he is erat thoroughly informed as to it), declares, among other controvertible points, that the U. S. Treasury pays oat every month more than iwo millions of gold to parchase sliver bplliops which Is coined Into dollars and added to the Inert mass already lying idte in the government vaults. The fallaey of ...

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 January 1886

4 M ~{ I~~~~r'S -r-r r I ~ · r,· : , Pub er and BY .TLEIlIAPFI Dr. Barley.Corak till t the U itag. LEAVPa WORTH Ks. Jan. 29-In the case of the State agalnst McObhritsl to supres a saloon under the nuisance elause of the prohibitory laW, on trial here for two dayL, the jury has re. turned a Verdict of not guilty. The suit was brought by Attorney.General Bradfort at the last term and the State has madestrenuoue effort to con. viet. It was regarded as a test uase of the law, and if the State had won many saloon keepers would have elosi their places. Evidence showed that MeOhristal kept a saloon, but thejoury refused to look at it in that way and the liquor men are Jubilant. ATLANTA, Ga., Jan. 29.-The Southern passenger convention held a meeting hoer Wednesday. The follow. nlg Ilues signed artieles of agreemnnt and were admitted to membership The Rome Railway, of G(eorgla; Florida Railway and Navigation company, and Jacksonville, Ternae and Key West railway. The Illinois Central and Mis...

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. — 29 January 1886

a '~re tliberal faIrt ve the nary) to river. Tilis s ~'taEpmedatlonu for the anls bow navigatin ytb have °neglectEld g teo statement of a e aatd.in, , now i' *tas, the Council Ui, Jimoced in the r1 husa debarring at tbatplace. he fsteamboats aM , -where there of driding great t _bopate and other crafts The people of vesember that the r gtestest friends. t ji,,,before the late Ohe wele at the e ,monopely which IN 26 per bale to q ip .If## Orleans and f 6 r merchandise. i ts made their a -X1i of freiqbts was ti i per bale for cot- v per dry barrel for The people of Monroe I ore, afford the steamboats p r tm. may want to the : at or wharf, and so other way they should encour- , i that 1 may be able to l thl the railroad monopoly, is crushing the life out of the a febuiness of that motion by its onerous 2 As the proceedings of the grand as ,:lpitebeld secret it was Impossible co: t6Il6ýotveIvygterday the faintest clue 3' tat would lead to the expression of sh au- opinion in the abdu...

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 January 1886

TO r w. . te. - Ue ma tjS me KArTWIG RPNKM 3tr Ladles On l y. * -Ts 0 * Stao thar cptr A -ama ,"eof reovery are entertatnedd The Jo a tans ei with ,7 bales e"onlt,, arrived at TNew Ooease T .s da'lon in Ihe railroad cll5so l metie by sine-, has ben lot oat of the repair w shops here and is ready for sother will "haul.)' e T weather to day is cloudy aad doid, and this "rheamatic erank," lkl sent the old 49'rs, predicts bad weather-. , Cheek, to our Individual kolesdge belo was displayed last night to ta contempt slble degree and it remadns for us to make it conspicious. ' n audalious intrigue was resorted to by a fualew, who is now coneplelomee a re rat "dead bet." His same begins With an A., and ends with a eate. aE little gnitis to gain a little onfdeseen i h rand to  apumtp" Infurmtn ar" -a Mt suspecting parties and to then 1 4A hitnseIf into nbtlc, pL lng tLt hoas p be by seatlng himself alongside anotlr ' party who happens at the aoe ale ad wsalklng out ahead of hilm tell th...

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. — 29 January 1886

bep  all that bumd of busy , and the if sight see. beilltnt men whieh asha li ve both labored to 1ha t1i tround$ of the egtb have greatly gained , alven lawns, and dancing, glancing t to the thete and that have been bestowed I " o1 Ilttleittral Hall, st converted t ,lst *. iltgilfat Winter Garden, 4 ll.: t ripen when it is freezing S°, p d 4tpieia plants spread their ifdhhilae, and make one forget t blh llng thermometer and pier ieg wind. hGae checked the growth al4 strlppld the leaves from all other ' bbe/ Ory 6taide, leaving them deeo late and waked to face the wintry The li n'tloSn of tree .frms is very Iaet is from the nursery of MalUit Cook flourlsts, the peculiar tra l rls ng six or eight feet from the groew~ad sermounted by the wav Lg fronla of the delicate ferns, are "4iblalttfen to all lovers of nature's The Oltrail fountain is surrounded with trople plants and calls lillit, that lift their graceful flower-cups to catch the falling spray of the fountain. Near at han...

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. — 30 January 1886

tr • • . . .." " h - . " . " y, OL.·~ -l -O " · -~ - VOL. 1.. MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARy 30, 18 NO1~ flAH Tv ,r v , --.' fo.mf.n w, .u. - i DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. MeCRANlE, Editor. V. Y. TZLLk , Pablis..r and Latiest Nens. -BY TELEGRAPH. laicided. CRIHOAGO, Jan. 80.-The News' speclal from Buchanan, Mich., says: The residents of this city were greatly excited last night over the sensational slecide of P. Cux, a young meebhanic about 80 years old. He was the cousin of Obharles Clowes, who killed himself and mistress in a Chicago begnio a week ago. Clowes' remains wear brought here for interment. Young Cox seemed to be deeply affected by the tragedy in which his cousin figured Y4Lterday be went into a hardware store and asked to be shown some re volvers. He selected one, and cart. ridges to fit were handed out. Thee he deliberately adjusted in the cham bher. Placing the pistol point at his forehaeed' added, "say goodbye to all my friends," and plled the trig ger. The bullet entere...

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. — 30 January 1886

'-' '. M9  oZ, JANUARY, 30 1886. Satr "'" Ib[aruton Protest. " hronie~e.) /-sMatot $, W. Marston has addressed ";iJn to the Boear of Pardons, in Sto the Ford co r in which he a" murder is too horrid to SItis in the air every the State, that if Pat Ford !,'h.y jbana it will be ",,a judicial + r t a l ndadid to say, if I was agek fe uafortunate number, I w. tpke the chances and give the p b~St of the doubt to the condemned. Thba red of society does not demand, itwatNtv that these two poor men sloa buIhng. Lord knows they 'ii aeied already ten thousand .ftthi. Had sli these men been tried " s bang according to law, I believe they would have received a penalty demauded by the laus and it would ve. had the eset coantemplated by . I w; but there.ia such a thing as belag "too iae." Did you ever see a * et-with its miuse, toying with it in dkaUeorte embraceand after getting tIrd of it, sit it? It is disgusting. -So with this ase. Hang these poor -men tow, with the other two guilty enjo...

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