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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 11 February 1886

th ACos Je t dirlor. St tih AllWEIENTh. dr DANAL'S r; SKATING RINK. TUESDAY AND FRED AFTERNOONS la For Ladles Only. R m OPEN EVERY DAY AND NIGHT! ell Monday and Wednesday nighta for IS e4,Wet ,re )#llsively. iel~. Fre.Ld ' aA Gentlemen. p1 Saturday afternoon for children only. L CHEAP OALUMNf-PAY LOCALS. W Saves-Clas. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is all the go. S raaln ...-F ']Rdaberyti rats a dray - and cart for public convenience, and F personally tends to all business given him. Special attention to the delivery of baggge f and to, railtgd depot and steamboat t - OT r, a Waters-Pierce oil Company's tu -I frder book. Finder will please leave sami at this office and be rewarded. $ r Sale-A house and lot. Apply to i M. L. MEREDITH. V "or rent-A small cottage residence d SHas lallway. Apply at this office. Lost-Between West Monroe and Trenton tI one gold earbob. The tinder will be liberally rewarded by leaving same at i West Monroe Post Office. g A. BENOIT, Qarpenter and Bui...

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 February 1886

y " A `11, I The The see ,as.. P., Fb. 10.-The Legis- milit to-day re- $oA 1 ( einaeral Hancsemicl age on the state- these tte obsequles. alon S.b4Io.-A d~. Lo ~tIu;eue G ritM, after di, to B. F. eulol Steites that the teakt plaa here. Morr i e, but will pro- distli agemSeifR n progro h. As of q|tISe will be held bite 1P. 10.-The body of sitb the roose o l. C1 . W. enant A. D. Vodges i aong hours of b is bý ýekr were re I . Many 1 ,wei ved. Amongo b. .1 .-Mrs. Win- Cc t sh)r p en latitelligence " 'm i j Fi3 len huqsand . S1, - $ tI r .grief, The eomi I' O ohio commanderlas Of D , n ew assembled L oet heartfelt $  B .D BH . .AY, T j. aid CIPa radee . .Fb. 10.- • sty tit n bereavement 4 tIbt death of Gen- A eratl Hera ,'attr , has lost a p e ,od awcompllshed te au IfAdi! most valued I ;, 1-.tdt the sand event as a Qxa3A5 Ij; (,10.-To. Gen. W. )., thi jli i.'Avid the sad g',jk Uancock'sT death. o"e ~y " o aVy t3andmist SexpresslonAi ueinapatby and boiro Feon OLIuyt O. UOWARD, S ig...

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 February 1886

4 M ONROE --t~il'  -- " 4~~·i.. .... '": " VOL. 1. KONROE, LA., , FR Y1 R I 12 ,I , • .' |t·c ·1 ....~ lilc~ ·· ,1il i·I. . .  DAILY TELEGRAPH. EL W. NeC'A>ia, BEditor. V. N. TELLES, Publisher and L pipsle Naager. BY TE!ILI II The Preideat cannot attend the Funeral. WASHINOTON, Feb. 12.-The presi dent desired to attend the funeral of Gen. lancock, but finds that it will impossible for him to do so. The cabinet will be repre4onted by Secre tary Bayard, who will act as pall bearers, Secretary Endlcott and pos0 albly one or two otfers. Secretary Whitney will not be able to attend but will detail a number of officers to represent the navy. The House committee on banking and currency yesterday disecujed Mr. Reagan's bill providing for the issue of silver certificates corresponding in denominations to the United States notes;. The object of the bill is to provide for the issue of one and two dollar certificates. Several changes of an unimportant character were sug. ereted and discu...

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 February 1886

-9~3A~ ¶r 3LD SCOIT K&I t soldier, atatcsman and pterd at NOe York last Tuesday the 10o ilst. This gallant soldier was i [eoalomer0 y ,county February 84tt0a8ant had he lived uhtil next would have been exactly 62 d h. ~a buf I6 yearsOf age s4ted Sates Military at West Point, N. Y., where he waft e of Generals Tremont r4e and Franklin. j ved with distie .t t tsexltan war and t ietdal struggle was a General on the Federal side spcias Ia many hard 116 *Isr.the war-in the 7 he was sent to Noew Orleans 1' fx els # ýphd of .the states of e s Bai an4 s In assuming command at fw' Qrleans he issued the famous HEADQU A QF 7rnIT MILITARY DI1sh CT. Firs lro accordance with general orders No. 81, headquarters of the ArmyAdjutatIt General's office, Wash ington, D. C., Aug. 27, 1867, Major ", ' W) l t. I3. Hafcock, hereby assumes command of the Fifth Military District, the department composed of the States of Louisiana and Texas. .,~oqdg1--The general commanding is . . f fe4 tp learn that pe...

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 February 1886

C. >1C E l K, Aasotate Editer. MONROs, LA., FEBRUARY, 12 lii .I AMUSEMENTS. DANAL'S " SKATING RINK. TUkSDAY AND FRIDAY AFTERNOONS For Ladies Only. OPEN EVERY DAY AND NIGHT ! Monday sad Wednesday nights for Ladies and their Escorts exclusively. &rlday night for Ladies and Gentlemen. Lpdies Free. Saturday afternoon for children only. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Shaves--Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is allthe go. Drayage-Fred Haberyan runs a dray and cart for public convenience, and erspially tends to all business given him. 9peolal attention to the delivery of baggage from and to railroad depot and steamboat landing. TOST, a Waters-Pierce Oil Company's order book. Finder will please leave same at this office and be rewarded. For Sale-A house and lot. Apply to M. L. MEREDITH. Vor rent-A small cottage residence i' Has hallway. Apply at this office. Lost-Beotwoon West Monroe and Trenton one gold earbob. Tue filder will be liberally rewarded by leaving same at West Monro...

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 February 1886

di tb fats tells a Ite sei at healthy and da e nt a- Georian wt is the rivalry be m; , he girds up his So Ve Whopper" that is to bt nd a backbone, M t gt ago, a man gi , Miss., said that 0o jeMuary swept over Ti that the ponds in ed Wte son stiff before the tv V i In them could duck their TI . e further re- qi himsetf for a is wa hg unlking on the ponds T a thebl Sdy of the snakes as ot "the lee. This a t a e place to an- tc rea oa Oeorgia, where, s 'for titat," tt o use the language of at ,lagkpocked out everything st Wtly a noble Georgian as c :mtlsular lie that climbed a far of the Mississippi pro- ft Si Vtarily pulverized and a 4t.0birth. p ..._ man said that while g acrees an abandoned 0 cborne and himself fell d ai i e.Wdl aboat seventy feet I -dall killed his horse in- 2 1easpeaed without injury, "0emnuced looking around *&k* the surface of the t, Iba dismay he discovered li le tqr him to get o g the steep walls of t iiin, and he come . tfqyr ,elp at the top of r t io ...

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. — 13 February 1886

,bý,w r,."ý 'ký< 0. ý . `" a ' .r. Y. ` , ,? k ,. .' r ".ý+^y7 FRý' 'ýýý* ae "ý (ir°`F 4 4 ,ýiJ 'VOL. 1. OE, LA., SA" JRDAY, FEBRUARY 13.r 1,, DAILY TELEGRAH.i B mat G. W. eCRaAItll, a6tor. heru _ _ - -- - - Cwit V. 1Q. TitLL*, P blisher and wit! Business Mansger. COtt - ...... . . . . _- - _I - t+ _ _ _ slcs Nes.wa wh BY TEIEGRAPII Respect to Hancock. thi NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 18.-At a gen- any eral meeting of the produce exchange str yesterday N. D. Wallace presiding the III following was unanimously adopted: thi ",The members of the New Orleans pu produce exchange learn with great su! sorrow of the death of General Win. all field Scott Hancock. Daring the dark it days of the attempted despotism tbe WI great soldier cyst aside the garb of war so and assuming the mantle of a states- 5P man manifested the fealty to the con- th stitution and thereby enshrined him- W self lq the hearts of the people of b Louisiana. His exploits in war famous *s his services in peace, have placed his na...

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. — 13 February 1886

tlat tells a lie M4d healthy and I W mia etpot a Georgian is the rivalry be ,. he girds up his * 4 hopper" that is i 'nd a backbone, t long ago, a man , Mis., said that Jspsu ary swept over Mp.ý ly that the ponds in w are ozen stiff before the ; lq In them could duck their •1ptier. He further re r ýtptr led himself for a ° ' b7 walking on the ponds ilsthoed" of the snakes u Out j the ice. This S ae place to an an eorgie, where, s1 toIjl oeWs te lasguage of riag,kpocked out everything W~uly a noble Georgian lar ie that climbed of the Mlisslslppi pro I , tu)ey pulverized and tlairtb. man said that while tri4~ e and himselt fell . I o asds . Aill about seventy feet Tis--hall killed his horse In $ULicsealpd! without injury, Ummeneaced looking around (; ,rtgh stn the surface of the his dismay be discovered otle r him to get g the steep walls of tJul .ao, and he come tq: help at the top of Sone alme. On the Sqd day the strench AFL hb horse was jl itde up his mind uisibjg thrle deat...

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. — 13 February 1886

~.t .:· 'I5 -p: VA1· VOL. OE. LA., ~AW1WAY, FEBRUARY '13,_~ DAILY TELEGRA H. U. W. IleCRARII , Editor. V. $. TTIiLELr, Publisher and Business allnager. Itaesi Nets. BY ?ELEGRAPH Respect to HBneock. NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 13.-At a geo eral meeting of the produce exchange yesterday N. D. Wallace presiding the following was unanimously adopted: *"The members of the New Orleans produce exchange learn with great eaorrow of the death of General Win. field Scott Heanock., Doring the dark days of the attempted despotism the great soldier evst aside the garb of war and assuming the mantle of a states. man manifested the fealty to the con - stitution and thereby enshrined him self iq the hearts of the people of Louisiana. isle'exploits In war famous as his services in peace, have placed his name in the history of his country R ith brightness and freshness that no tlie can impair, and we . mpc-n his lose as a national bereavement. Be it Resolved, That the rooms of the exchange be closed.on the (ay ...

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. — 13 February 1886

furtalaae the I* aIS the nominee of Dit ,n of Chief eta nstrnaed Union Str (ulso de. oa ti4 on prty, (t that ,sst givwg e him an undivided Us atll asm was at the his wbrg, at that t[te ", togA$6r with a 0. Dabb Bry and his cousin Frank ,z., 'raised ITafly for 8lryT4w and Blair. Were we to live ý " ý td h spelab, we t 'that da&apaign and slther ao Ool. T., 1' hae marine d4 t of the Newrrtreas States. Abh Ololml, give us oe, or a F Sprose on thet sIVe prsat se v`s ag meseto oft *"..when is you dresmed i regalia'and pro- po misled free sabpw tickets"-whichb, we re still waiting for. Seymour, at the E timJe of tn for PrehideLt, U' WON t " dir' tlfe ,,Btnpir a tate"--New York. r Oaly a few brief hours had elapsed qu see the burial of the noble Winfield I Ss ,an h bideath ealled Sey- 3.7 1i3t i h tli , dofseiaeent Indeed- w dB6eit IWyVaieptibk'be. f Seymour possessed the very best pri iaaltti l si* batien s-earth and we me earqestilhopeshate he will receive a @ jastreward Ia the lif...

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. — 13 February 1886

01 the oity of eat * LLUR, Asscite Editer. . LA.", FEBRUARY, 18 lase. AIUSEMENTr DANAL'S SKATING RINK. PTI EDAY AND FRIDAY ArFTRNOONS For Ladles Only. OP5a( EVERyT PAY AND NIGHT I D aie a d aei tin *e sd nr for de ad t Escorts eexxclusaivelely. iL Fida ight for Ladil and Gentlemen. PSturday afternoon for children only. ECHAP OOLUMN--PAY LOCALS. will deliver at rasunable r o. w h _ d lp ma mb tlp.h', eight b·avee for Dr ge-Pkd Hberyan runs a dray and art for pubio convenlence and aFmlly teods to all business given him. o attentdonf to the dellvery of baggage landing. Ues.n at this offiee and be rewarded. lor Sale-A house and lot. Apply to SM. L. MEREDIT.i Z-'or rent-A small cottage reeidenje ' Has hallway. Apply at this office. ee A-- ----- - I TO T - A. BENOIT Carpenter and Builder, MONROE, LA. oanld oe -oa n platng buildin ~ onlt te, tPi b cabins upon c llting t na wll nin my prlces for lumber and shingles cheaper thn an body else. Address F'. VOLLMAN Feb. 108. West Monroe, La...

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. — 13 February 1886

t, thneoli Arai s 51ri ý j aidd him is. Sfamlily in h bleI sir. k titde IPbl 3r aof ationa with a S I ' t6 Itpay the kind a·: gMb Mmd. AfterQ glI ss"leady known to fame. iI S 4aeolWa req d ,aI m, ir My a d.t , tW he "{mtestaiei at the idel "" . imehla a kms to open 4: eN eagditmy uked lea wblebb saw lying on the "for the sake of Sso td 6'la 1i b Me e1,pathl of ard set at men, withl the leaves of the + Mletrylag7f dt b er so ebars ef him, and be. began his 4UI "d" lirr-l the praling the ^ ldee i, spell ad wtrithoat leaving Sm itt .ea a Verdict of Sukleared the prisone said Lincoln, this story, "I Was mflaCse in my MtI% , saU to carry it out of w.*tbr was no other : b 7 Mend. old," said UIncols, of "k sor i hbls eye, braf Uts rely that the I uie t shinhe on .he nlght of the Sthe murder-to the previeor myear. Whe the rauth leaked oat, as eedrts it did th'ey could not try the ipp sal wisely conclude I OWeN ist golden." UT E SAN SHOULD BUILD P IS OWN4 WA5IL GToN, D. C., Feb. 12.-The I...

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 February 1886

O.]NTROE, RLA., MONDAY, UFE ARY 15, 1886 N0.86  .  . ... . . ... ... _ ., ,, 886 i 4At lR4 Rditor. 1TJL.EII, Publisher and : t iaps Manager. l : re *TELEGRAPI 71e4 i Anticipated. TJN, II., Feb. 15.-A disastrous lia*lueut along the Miasissippe ,th Weather turns colder and Ml the overflowing streams now their torrents ateo the Missis e.. river is now almost at flood N.°m1 still frooaen solid with in many places clear to the T ere is probably at present IDe In the river between here Mt.'Louis as was ever before The Missouri and many streams emptying into it were breaking up yesterday and the rt comes from the northern fjlrs State. In respect to the tributaryto the Mississippi and untleq these northern floods ked by cold weather until the I high water in the Mississippi out +; great flood seems inevitable. depeuds upon the weather in rthere Illinois, Iowa and Missouri thenext week. The river here rose Inches last night and is still iug up. A Lawyer Arrested. iq#E.NNATI, Feb. 18--John ...

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 February 1886

D9 TELErAAPH1 It seems that the Democrate of Mon tagm are going to posh the project for ' gtttiog that Territory into the Union . tR l Atli4g l vlgQr they can commah4 They are to give, it is said, their atten tion to tt jdIuse tp iqlttee, while the Montana`tepublleans devote their . ertions to the Senate Committee. ntana comes, like.Dakota, with a S stitation ready made, which was - e.'i ri i'uaty, 1884, and at t46 S aa election in Novoe mber, , it as submitted to the qualiflad electors of the Territory for their ratifi atop .reiecfio. It was ratified by &in; bwhtldmign majority. The Trni-, torW ksds a population of 125,000. It STl. refitsl9f gas companies in all partti S te edntry are immense. The profits of the Philadelphia Gas Wo ks Sl tTfeai were $65),000, to which may b taftly added tfi free lighting of 14,000 city lamps, which, at $35 a lamp, would show an aggregate profit if $500,000. The Times, of that city, believes careful individual managei ment would increase 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. — 15 February 1886

Odl ala Jeraal of the city aof Zst C. P. KILLLZt Aoelate EdUie. MO."4OllO, LA., FEBRUARY, 1i lM. AIUSEXENTS. Masquerade carnival - AT THE - SKATING RINK - AND - GRAND MASK BALL AT GERSACEHS. OPERA HOUSE, Friday, February 26, 1836. Good mamic has been engaged for the oeccasion. No objeotiouable'eharacters will be admitted.. 4All maskers will be examined by a com mittee of eltisena beibre being admitted CHIAP OOLUMNP AY LOCALS. NOTIC-I have on hand a large uan tity of good rotten manure whloh I will deliver at reasonable prices. a dollar 1 altbhe go. uayage-Fred iaHberyan runa a dra and oart for public convenience, ani eronally tends to all busineu given him, npeeia attention to the delivery ofbaggage landing. OST--Chlk olt Handover National BankT in favor of E. R. Boyle. for 16.00 Finder will ceaner a favor by leaving same t this office. S lOST, a Waters--Perce Oil Company's order book. Finder will please leave same at this office and be rewarded. or Sale-A house and lot. Apply to N...

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. — 15 February 1886

A :the .hlon,h * ei b he yb of bean p dockse sold, d reom w b th _er A. Ao aeubj hr of olary lee ofte eo the . boe r peorge hads ant I b. he sMaeets tahon, of ndyedok. end Win.A wi pee,,t 0 o tockwe : nd w reaho by and the a lyn q whef pol hl-eared ac h* Leh. euclo. I saend $w glgs , After Wrapped around they.l t broke lstcnlimne of ;l.i p s 1foar Ut march I ch drh. The pllbetharers entered a e and were" iollowW by the 1 ,and a squad of police cleared I nY. I the beans came along line of ' teher, of George Washingtono . Martin T. McMahon, of ti ; Col. Onderdonk and Win. d t Hancock Post,just organized, h . Frazer, all under command o Lloyd Asplnwall. e r elself 10 o'clock when wab s reached by the r (alolig the pill-bearers a bie tearae into the sacred it I order: lion. Thos. F. ts ryof stath, Gen. W. It dent. Gen. Phillip II. a * 5. M. iebdieid S Fry. Brig. S..: i b 9Brig. Gen. N. A. GRtIl.*ea. John Newton, Brig. ; W. Wilcox, Gen. Francis 1 et, Mt. J. W. Hortshorn Col. W. -. W41on...

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. — 16 February 1886

f, , . A»,.,jý'ý., w . ", Ik ,  i,: ,' J .ri -J F. 7 ýºr S ..y 1. <. t Vol. 1. , .N RE, LA. T rU'ESDAY, ý-- 1T-J raw : t`'4 - !!II __ sJ ___ UAILY TELEGRAPH. Latest bulss BY I RAI Damage By lts Gorge. ST. Louie, Feb. 15.-In addition to the dam~p smtalned Sunday morn Ing and evening by the shipping in terest at this point by. the breaking up of the lee gorge, it has just geen learned that the government lset which was an0eored behind COiroll Isiand has been Inju'lrd $bj ps to a serious extent. The fli.: an exten sive one, consisting of tIbhe steamers, forty barges and about twenty pile drivers, angi wa Valued in all at about i200,0(0. The harbor wh re it was anchored was supposed to ba the safest In this prgt of the river, but the great force of the floating ice caused all the boats to break from their moorinags abd float down the river. Majo! Ernest, of the corps of civil engineqra, states that he has received a dispatch from Chester, Ill., to the etffrt that seven of the ...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 16 February 1886

66 of .hpdeb'd Was celled ,Aler Jr., Idper výtiolar' The re ' ve named # ation of a showed that ltion of over (9u Motion 'i a emitteo OfW,  Garrett was i d to draft Company to ay night aext, Ir appointed the e T. N. Conner, Dr. SGarry, W. P. Ren, iF. Millsaps. Authorized OCbalr then appointed, , 0. Hudson, M..J. AL nwOick and Fred Eadom to Investigate the questieon UP 4t o for the location of a 'fto report.at the meeting bi' at Gerspaeh's Opera House f' >M` I t o'elock p. m., on Mlonlay ºlieh date on motion of "i al tbOq meeting then Ad ' .. ' I " D. ALLu Jl,., Presidenl. ' ldM.k· o Secretary. P'- ldeat VtBrveland has declined L i ibvltat!o 'to visit the N'w Or l'ai~s Expotlono. A Great many men like to see them :. elves in "print." Most women 'ike to a" e themselves ton silks and satins. An Oriental proverb says" ,,One leads a horse by the bridle, an elepi;ant ;' by his rope, a woman by her heart." A female brass band has recently been organized at Cuthtert, Ga., and it is ru...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 16 February 1886

I - -ie lug. Manqu de Oeirnival SKATING RINK - AND - GMI .A K BALL AT GERSACB'S OPERA HOUSE, Friday, February 20, 185~0. Good music has been engaged for the oceaulon. No ol onable'haracters will All matkees will be examined by a com mlttee of oltiesa belbre being admitted. t V AW ' OOUMtS*4-PAY LOOAL t OTOICE- have on hand a larg euan (.ly of good rotten manure whlih I will deliver at resaahle pries. F. RABEYAN. asdlls use tdoph'a eight shaves for jD'::: F? H yen runso a dray r'adasfbr publlo oonveeltenoe, and esn.nlly testo buabsle given him. t b tote deliveryr ofbggage fom and to ralroad depot and steamboat lading. L OBT-Oheok on Handover National Rank In favor of E. R. Boyle, for so.00 Finder Will fibr a favor by leaving same pt thliolsa. For Sale-A hqpse and lot. Eply to  L. MERIEDrnt'. For rent-A small oottage residence Has hallway. Apply at this office. A. 3BENOIT, Carpenter and Builder, MONROE, LA. Those persona eontemplating building and particularly, rough eabins upon non...

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 February 1886

op •C thr tatatlea. . r mrried negro:far plaborer is a math better fellow than his single btritber. The latter is more of a nuls m" s thi h)elp. When you hire ble he will eheerfully attach his val mable autograph-middle name X , to say ltodclad contract- you may draw ul, and as e4sarfplly break said ..ot.at N#oe guat day if it suits hinm eo to do. He as Aqrely, Insolent, and dis obedient. -' e demands a holiday every Saturday. Nearly every night when he.bould be wrapped n1 sleep dreaming ao ualKtted. 'possum and ast 'tatemrs, he Ip prowling pver the e. atry on a.uories thoughts intent. t- 1iioa. quebee thereof he appears the next meorning half asleep and fulfills 'his slly task In a slipshod manner. Should ib be.plowlang In the field and Satraoge negro be seen passing along S ho tra , he will arrange it so that abey meet at'the fence and an hour or sore will be iven up to intellectual o :bvertatton. Doubtfull points in  lflleal eoonomy and theology are settled and after a brilli...

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