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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 5 February 1886

AA zoomW ou y- · N.iab AliLalEtaa * sit -V; d by) M r~ V...~t tAlxndi 'b the nig a f 1,t iFl t w$~lembrnagtugr ra th e nauer ofDe PI e*,crryIi g on Im adoorcohs t~wagb U-. *0· ~· ii hui~w 100 t·~- · e. d 9tSdI . 74,$84 Smes fay--eiud £i wa bid; Hopeful I*MutlIO . Mir >l meefag oft *, Dom iorts wt this pariah t iled to meet ti by at ioeadir nit bitL. ThIs piyo aommittee for the puepese of dta delea to the of torill streentai. Delegates for the qatire ijtbl iested at this mwllng. , * attend, River News. The Hanna will get full 2000 btles pion at thbisity uatagday. The Joude W.i Ma areis Colits ab D:-d ln assNal de&atntlay from the 'trlbtaMarie. the Jso Hn ewari dee dows Sat. Ma+0 ,*s t.: Job laver.e New Os !.-tme W iheass n for a4se . ;.qI~hgeav frees. tat m0U4be wtbeg 'this evelseg, I. le Is sblag, is rather -aW i matepoo Dmosuy )iu banst of one or for legislative honors, till ebabbly "bob up serene the peeper time. They are y  en too. May the best mhen Sl , .what rio. MeMe...

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. — 5 February 1886

e 4ldEt I . . him s. r` i' Sh Domlidat. a imindsa %boa -to wrr, -tr It , i itat the ¶IWl ib a [vor te war. p  ard ied a a Wevan tiom 14 Sot .Propose Ito the past in -i n aI g a in s t a fg a i4dn ioseatryi ona, blr aj.. Si lble tai to office. He 4 bea ezecluded for twenty-foear as beeamsg he was a Democrat. tqi be ren abered for the  soon when a Democratic ad " . bs lo tcame indto power, pro. vlded be a competent man for syeoudI1 to be Alled. What! un - (lEStand by civil service refo m, as I am to arry it eat, is that the ,e h oldes shall be divorced from polities while they All their positions tpi orgtggnt' That rule I ive met to stand by." I asked him If he wa awire of any deviation from 4..mAd g his .ppottees. "If there . my." bid he, "It h ot n thur s ypigi were that the 1pf teir pokilton, and interfere Aiil reuuovlts from ofce, gpSape. It v.ald be absurd for we to Adrtake to give the country aa Is-a a am es, because it weIi b. .lnaaetthable. When I r M PW a Bqpublican for ...

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. — 6 February 1886

'V"' '' ·, , *";- ;~' · · __ _ __ _ '.* p 1. ; KiRE LA. SAU·iA Y f fl i V Et 'fv Vi.AIL 4ff sra ý "'. Jr,,. S:L . AWD l "VE. Sn Ae d. 8 at the 1d. I set within the qysewll to be very cow. - uni º4 aend very S bwing gentleman, sat ., 're.pr a ted by Mr. ý, 'Ota97, assisted .ý , .iSRI, q id the defense ..... bb . Ri&ks, Etq., and Mt r. heae was opened with a legalt meter l mtff £ .nd quash *1.at ,il ,"the.iow `_ ;. . 1. T. Back Nw coetse defen ý" d e court # , n this case 11 '1s . Said In. wr4 Count charges N on, a crime :S. L1 8 tM is no penal ` of the Stto e of , -a le't. S . That the SftI chEarge that the saUlaiaf.t l par. of ltucre or That the second 0 tprisoned a bi i no offence !N aps that the lIdietment be Nshed ameadsd and set aside and that h* to disobe"ssd. - ,qtrN. HxCxs, AI1s 4m Dmfeodant. TESTIMONY 0 . "a S.is a bioed* ritlH I a She wo attired in 54d bribe a straw it·W eth 1r1in\ she god ooking t a. Qa behis a P, - go amaeWeg questions sai4 1 reside ia 3 oehes coun...

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. — 6 February 1886

foot that the aet pbe sar anleowig +he ~taion t e -ain fct tty, i the ueessaity of ftte trade a the tribe. eoe now airly , 'iT t ,ttr;rt l. Ylemd by our pee. m1i, in, favor as e r d e l_ . ***s #:. W -s b ljy to e :ivlted) rom . !,~' 4 As ttea.'s at to demon. ' fr.ib +pei rpeeides alon; to ,o irom, with, Per hap, New Orleans excepted, and she sR give, her even a "close call." Whit Monroe win Is: Cheap transo W Iq op ~gttop from the tributaries a '# ay I ldiugs to this port and sheap trasportation from this port to way leadings; afew tirummers on the rad4 a general determination to bled' ape trade, Whicb, once secured VAN lalnpge. th i DTILr 8l with you gentlemen ICt slt 1ovs pertmtalogto the require aSemt 'ifltdnse and will aid you in all :bonablee erta to secure the same. With a trade once built up tae compile tios to this point of the North and South rnajIIi will add to the city's bastl ' wthbott perhaps, injuring that li the steamboats, for the reason that these ,~ekets ma...

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. — 6 February 1886

AWI'T RNmooNS veooip ~wellar, ~~~r . to r nght. ... og club organl. it, tit 0 bir la S.. iepy sad Friday. i Q . . . Knight waa a passenger '  . s tfrom Trinity to-day. A eaet 5oit was given at the -,ýo Mr. D. M. Sholar4 llst 'ihe Jteh ,. Reatn arrived up at I. t eoloek this evening with rather ' tý Ma . isht. She leaves for t he Oumnt Ciy ftoo-ggt. All sIMoas wishing to becot e - eabers of the skating club will pees be presentt at Meyer's Hall le Feb. 7th., It 8 p. m. Mr. D, Nowhouse, the urat ae ageut n1 t'e8outhern Express Co., at this ity, has returned from rinityef tovii to . he "Id hlka in Ten at thessee. .,1OPPW~s of Mr. D. M... 8-olr last i The rJa. of the china set uat Sublett evennlog between 6 and 7 o'clock, Feb., 9h. All persons inthiteng are invied The Centra ofl Executive Badg club willthe prtoe be present at Meyer's fail on Norb. th an oh railroad, have t 8 p. ow on hand blank forms of the petition eilels thg ae eleotion in the Parish of O ita to vote a mifro ll (one...

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. — 6 February 1886

and I smid he j-tayr i~te did tot I .tp.e eh, li kept pwo i g I pisain ltap two or three il eel. The dlrver was a grown - ·-..!.' ~w. I a ,1 t a public Si litg 1rn-l" to tbt ' r. .r o!sa , bwby. lI , AagA al ed me. He useY ; adaspoke to 'e '-ii4-i " e got in. the back. * " I hai'ibst llttle to im. I was `l kt bim when he " 3 r a aoand ie- wlih we were eseaig *oa the lawi bisiM going to - ·"pot.both arms S. pa,,, a few ml n Siis soeon as he put I5. 'I told him -, ...I getmnad at him I stopped at the ; elh heistl I wa frisedly with him. He sid he would see me * tbiigh, to Shreveport. My uncle told moe to go to tbe City hotel and to lhig 'be tlelet eo the train. I had AlVs' .elesked. When I left l WitY h ragon'to Shreveport. bd about the 'buo on thopghtpa 'bus ticket on SI it was a 'bus tieket . I know the differ S . - all i e iket and a check I k*1 4e `kat g6lbg to the City hq.:i.ill-e depot because I prom. toid to go with them. (The witness temrs to FnanoleBRoos and the parties th...

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. — 8 February 1886

, .. ,· ,° VOL. 1. MONROE, LA.,. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 18_:. ,;' n i n- · i' C' n'". . DAILY TELEGRAPH. V. f. TELLES, Publisher and U M aness Manager. a Rathead ceision. POPLAR BLUFF, Mo., Feb. 8-Two ti passenger trains collided near Mill Springs, a station on the Iron Moun. tain Iamo, thirty spiles north of here Friday 'morhap~ it ,3 o'elock. The Cannon Ball, a fast through passenger train, met the southbound passeager a 1No. 600 aibout one mile south of Mill Springs, on a sharp curve, and both engines were thrown down an embank meat about forty feet and one of them not lies in the river on its back. Ed I Waiaee, engineer, and Prestey Evans fireman, on the Cannon Ball, were both instantly killed, Both men lived at D Soto. Walleice is a man of fam .lly Put Evans is unmarried. Engin. der George Walker, of 603, jumped I from his cab when he saw his danger, and thus saved his life, although he received some baid cut and bruises about the held ahd shoulders. He went headlong down the emb...

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. — 8 February 1886

p RAPh UARY, 81886. S'4. " Ap.UPUTn RAILROAD. ..P _lpseatatUve Of the syadicate of Wi Sttii Visits Alexandrla. OW. John lt. Rice, editor of the Monitor, accompanied by s tor of the Caldwell Watchman, In Alexandria last Thursday. c is the representative ofa t ca0pitalists, with $80,000,: Si their command, who propose I a lrand trunk railroad from 4.o New Orleans. 9Sttng took place at the ;court . Alexandria last Thursday Saild was presided over by Capt. J. Q. White. Gen. Rice made a splen f ~ silu h, and 'plainly showed the - at advabtage such a road would be toRapider parish. He was followed ºy te editor of the Caldwell Watch. man, who said his parish had some months since voted a five-mill tax for ten years payable when the projected railroaid was finished. Gen. Rice mid the syndicate would build the.read to Alexandria, and start to work at once, if the parishes through .which t passed would assist. That about 150 miles of the road through the,Northwestern part of Arkansas weoul...

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. — 8 February 1886

Oelal Jourast of the City of Monroe co C. P, KELLEI, Associate Editor. ---- --- be MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY, 8 1888 at AIUSJEIENTS. DA_ AL'S SKATING RINK. rd TURSDAY AND FRIDAY AFTERNOONS 0 For Ladies Only. at OPEN EVERY DAY AND NIGHT! 12 SI 44$t nights for be ' ' rMoitM exousipvely. rriday night for Ladles and Gentlemen. Ladies kree. Saturday afternoon for children only. be CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. R lhaves-Cha.. Randolph's eight shaves for cir S. a doilsaa iltsll) . ii o Drayage-Fred IHaberyan runs a drayto and cart for public convenience, and t PemonmdlytIr 4d buslasms given him, npeclai attention to the delivery of baggage from and to railroad depot and steamboat landing. di LOST. a Waters-..erce Oil Company'. order book. Finder will please leave a same at this office and be rewarded. pc or Sale-A hease and lot. Apply to Mt , _ M . L. MEREDITH. ta. For rent-A small cottage residence tii i Has hallway. Apply at this office. Lost-Between West Monroe and Trenton one gold earbob. The f...

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. — 8 February 1886

dc fark, ed oetOa I  tlrit n ourt stead 00Oa F 0)o4ol cO k m. anaoti si S gis BLosr A. W. court Sarwtd . d i swer. Spaely Miled with row aited the beginning said tt 3 x.; ofi the Backarow Th rW ,.oert! was called to look ' ole] Ar:f io liesu was.de- the oer tlal neat week. Red of Monaroe, cou. M = rresnted under indict- swo J, appearesd and Bac fb a bond. ago, .t uqagil that he would heal pir in the day, wit suit with the he I to r Phaving set a fert *I sext week, the a jo S alted. tthe defelen- . ,witbno the bar wan Au 0 :0 o'clock when the say Su BStatt was called. ket r"'"o behi sworn seld tol t 0o abper transfer the hdi met the accused Im: aPi b Rmow the woman ar tr ao. tri tnaa, that she ex a1 .he pgople were named ed a it hb eptled herself Mrs. o ttt te:  (Wi at Doyle an p.te Bhrto vepott from th At womep got on we , Fananie Boos and St .tBackarow and Mrs. at the train; Jones, the w r at.tention to the th itd Mrs. Watkins w ,- a ha t. He spoke to the w tipY tfl 't AY him Di...

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. — 9 February 1886

'VOL. 1. M-NROE, LA., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, '188": 'DAILY TELEGRAPH. oo, permit out pro wil s V. N. TELLtS, Publisher and consul Business Slmaser. of gooc -- ," than New " tsatiasfi faith, BY TEI"EIII, requhi A Freight train oe a Tare. Sr. Louis, Feo. 9.-A freight N consisting of sixty-two caut, hean Staten laden, while running up Poplar street has 1 from the river yeserday morning Preui separated in the middle and immedi- this I a'etiy tlp rear portion, of the train arriv started back down grade. The brake- reaso men did ill it their power to arrest the purel progress of the runaway cars, but their signi efforts were unavailing, and in order affait to save their lives abandoned the train of th to its fate.. E ch foot of its backward time course increased the speed and almost muel immediately several of the cars began conn swaying from side to side and soon attot several Jumped the track, but still kept effec on in their downward course, crashing Into the bosses which line the stree...

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. — 9 February 1886

Yl, 9 IN . aV .glm Hge. F. G. Had ppeedaule Parish Ens- p i Sa nweeting was to Crt House Monday to B   the Senatorial Con L assembles in this city 8a Hudson called the meet and after explaining its 8: that a temporary organi oes Safo. The motion pre. . U, n gssell, Esq., was made A J~ na and C. H. Trous- F (º The meeting as C was made permanent. 1 pt of Hon. F. 0. Hudson F lbg u~~s tie of the various wards tath eosvention, were fixed as fol I Wwad 1,- three votes; Ward 2, . v~~ita Ward 8, six votes; Ward 4, thMs votes; Ward 5, two votes; Ward O, eo vote; Ward 7, one vote; Ward 8, ose vote; Ward 9, one vote. Fe Hoe. F. G. Hudson then offered the following motion: That the Chair G, appoiat delegates to t#e convention i frtos each ward upon the recommen dalton of oltises present representing their respective wards. This gtetion was withdrawn and the E foUowsl, offered by Capt. G. W. du McCreate, was adopted : That the Chair appoint a committee pr t be seleeted from the various wards...

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. — 9 February 1886

*04tii Jeesaal t f the City of Monroe C. t. KELLER, AssAlite Editor. MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY, 9 1886. AIUSEMENT8. DANAL'S SKATING RINK. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AFTERNOONS For Ladies Only. OPEN EV Y N DAr Mond.ay e'l W d*dsday nihth 'for Ladies and their Escorts exclusively. Friday night for Ladies aqd Genfemen. Saturday afternoon for chid ren only. CHEAP COLUMN-PAy LOCALS. S bl C a silt lpl)'s beight sbavos for Drayage-Fred Haberyan runs a dray Sand cart for public convenience, and personaliy tn all buslness given him. Special attention to the delivery of baggage from and to railroad depot and steamboat landing. Lo - SOST, a Waters--Pierce Oil Company's J order book. Finder will please leave same at this office and be rewarded. -or Sale-A house and lot. Apply to -J. L. MEREDITH. For rent-A small cottage residence Has hallway. Apply at this office. Lost-lietween West Monroe and Trenton one gold earbob. 'T'he finder will he liberally rewarded by leaving same at West Monroe Post Office. To T...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 9 February 1886

Ai IA., 1WASTY 9, Wl of fee R-V VDI0INGS. tIo o,%L&, Feb'y. 4, 1886. de II met pursuant to call of AI de t I. D. AUSen Jr., Mayor rel i..iu -I ., ~eoi, Q. A. sit y, 8, W -aiunders, E. Johns, sn ; . Moore. Abset--M. L. Dedman. w ' ~I '4xV auioed the objects of m at "`;I ."of the meetilog helid re Dtr 7, AI were read and th ite-~"~ t Of the Committee of gi sdo Sol Mee tom read and adop sn other ce. c ";4b r&. petition from John cc tqq , dQOrinance No. ast Was then Intro- ol  ad ueaipl Isly adopted. 0' ,,; , . PET2,ITION. I au r the Opeialag of St. Ann $er·j tt 'e dt gistpal alli Width d iY j oia Mayor and Coun- tl So0 Mrraoe, La. h -Jobn GCerspach a real tof yrour said city of d fully represents. ,large property owner and "l/ tW Ito yut said City of .  of the brick store r t t s outl ide of DeBlard r "ItU '" the Irregular square of e"d bfe~lrt Deloard, St. John, h tt. Ag iiI~ailok l streets, said store og DeSlard etreet and " i . Ann street and htg. ,sneaWb one DeSl...

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. — 10 February 1886

. . , . ·. ·~ 4 .. - r at·t~r - ---- fLr: STEELEGRAPH. ~if tJae death - - Tbylisher and Dr. B - . fortut _ __ ____ ----- was 8 Lailest Ncwa g'o A Rails ;B! !EbE'QRA Foui whic G4d Wave coming. WsamHIAt*t, .D. 0., Feb. 10.- both Hoist coldf-ave signal; a sllght cold caic wave is coming. The temperature in cc will fall from 10 to 15 degrees in the $ihluilpplivaHepq4 the next 48 hours. SExposMlUoa Trf Meeting. Naw ORLtANs, Feb. 10.-Weather m1s cloudy and threatning rain, track in witl fair condition, attendance gocd for the tenC Erposition Winter Meeting associatIon. be t mul Advance in Wages. wag BOsTON, Mc -s. Feb. 10.-Notices m, have been posted in almost all cotton freo mills in New Bedford, Concord, Man. reti pitter and Lowell of a general advance so of 1e peacent la,wages from March 1. : Arrested. SAN FRAC ' F'eb. 10.-R,3bert Lo Scott eletk il tlp booded warehouse of dei Bode & Earl, has bees arrested by pri- die vate detectives charged with having act embezzled between $30,0...

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 February 1886

-as eat is but little Uniated pates I.s tated, is '- al,'ts S fe. t 8 04 is one of tk ,it of whom ii: r bays : It would mawl up enjaded with . tI carry the .anderbtit, if veittd into silver coin. Oregon, dispatch say' ame being driven out of S'mrtaismea are marched Sand the rioters pay the WuMage to San Francisco for a put aboard. r5 47 hObrlliantu musical l' oales. , ~for ;his "Mollie and other song and who Stilale department of the 4IuuI qarie r-Journal spade his dl.t at the Louisville Theatre Satur .dayis "Old Ike" with McIntyre and S g. i-atue Cocepany. Hays a.d J ed wfit the troupe, but it that he will do so. Sam a *sio ('tOld BA") It will be rememner •e,hts lakel : the pulpit. Thus are -ibowa some of the idiosyncralies of journallsts. Now that the Bill for a public build Ing at Monroe has passed both the House and Senate and requires only tbeiSgnature of the President to be `coiae a law, It 1i hoped that those land owners having eligible sites on which to erect the buildi...

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 February 1886

i.^o*a LA., FEBRUAR, 10 lnea. UE T. b DANAL'S b SKATING RINK. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AFTERNOONS It For Ladies Only. C OPEN EVERY DAY AND NIGHT I Monday and Wednesday nights for L <g their soorts erplasively. tj nl r.igfht fbr LAdles and Gentlemen. C Saturday afternoon for children only. d CHAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. haves--Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for. - a dollar is aIllthe go. Dra/aie-Fred Haberyan runs a dray and cart for publio convenience, and C personally tends to all business given him. peolal attention to the delivery of baggage ~ Irom and to railroad depot and steamboat landing. d OST, a Waters--Pierce Oil Company's L order book. Finder will please leave same at this office and be rewarded. J -or Sale-A house and lot. App to I M. L. MEREDITH. For rent-A small cottage residence I Has hallway. Apply, at this office. Lost-Between West Monroe and Trenton one gold earbob. The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving same at West Monroe Post Office. To The Tablic. I I shall wi...

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 February 1886

. LA, ,I . 4, 1886: aRlng as assUfe " , h _te fof k he brick, th house knoow as the ,.r Morey -building  treet; dpecaring it in 11'loo 'a nuisance. and to the owner to aS i ebneK+seary repairs thereto i the tb Mayor to repair same T att waners exMpense in case of default bi 1St i l1 1w r, to comply w SelIt ordlaed by the Mayor and at '; ," tý!onre, r T1at it havy of We ht to the attention, of bc Ibit 4being known to the be '.- 00I that hat the upper half of the pa  lek ohltmne of the Intelligencer, ar +. t feQbuiding Is usafte for use, it be dbwg dmgesr0eu in its present of • .h-aidtfn.. Btself and to Spozity1 theryt* and it I a Ioccasions cauedI in said. attelligencer to J ; g . ;ow tberefore, In order to toI pi ent eenflagration, and to proleet No pa'~l drty mad the lives of citizens, anc thisald upper half of said chimney is to ] hreb   declared unsafe for use and Its by Eit ýlpeney in its present it I  s. hereby declared a nuis- cou SaW ith'iutast be abated. avo ý q eb...

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 February 1886

tit E, LA., THURSVAY, EBRUAIR r; S Dý TEGERAIPH V. X. T$JJ.LS, ftbtlsher and d Biadiaes. hldigaer. b Resolutieos of Respect. WASHINGTON,  eb. 10.-The spea ker laid before the House the response of the seeretary of the treasury to the I House resolution calling for Informa" -; Itan tau quu ions atising under the tariff act of 1868. Referred. Mr. ' Blanebard, of Louisiana, of- I fered the following series of resolu lions: Resolved, That this House hs iftlaed with profound sorrow of the t ' gr-W· and Irreparable loss whlech the l country has sustained in the death of that great and man, Major-General W. 8. Hancock. e,. lseIved, That this House, in com RMJ  1Utall iom. coudtrymen, mourn the death of him *ho was the stain less soldier for the unlon in war and the uqdaunted defender of the constit. ution and of civil liberty in peace; and at all times the stainless man and the incorruptible patriot. Resolved, That as a. mark of respect and affection for the exalted virtues of "thTs her...

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 February 1886

*le ' fa S8i Sea-* " , ý.. ý... ' HI . ,- aryQ.0, 1886. .m VT Ta ,D   *uaotop for the S .~ iasktorial Dlistrlot, was called to pl ; W.i , McCranle, acting C I ." .. 4 Ellis, Chairman of the M Simitee. He rcqumatedl d s m, j3q., of Riehland, iii ObChairman and D. , Jr., was chosen temporary, M e b chir appointed the N · ie ttt-ee ' qn credentials n, qiob p delegpte from each L.; Hower of Caldwell, it aeof Ouqchlta and W. fi 'of Jaekson. (Franklin not d, o) v~ ces was then taken S Ot alea of the committee on p Credentials. b The Committee on eredentials bavy- s log completed their (abqrs the Conven- p tion was ealle sad thetfolow h log report sBnltted: 't Mo~ i, LA., Feb'y 10, 1886. . To the Hohokabte, The Chairman and p Memberq of the 281 Senatorial Con- a yentlioo: p   ittee having examined a th tals of; the delegates to this Convention beg leave to report as 0 follows: We find that Ouachita parish is f, *, estitil =td ilsetees votes and is repre- I .s*eA~1gY)he folloaring ...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
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