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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 17 February 1886

VOL. 1.. MOZNROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY ' DAILY TELEGRAPH. G.W. Al* EdiUtoer. V. X. TELLER, Publisher and Business Mamnaer. Clementson at the term of the Grant county Circuit Court, which convened in this city yesterday, will be called upon to decide as to the merits of a suit fordivorce brought by ez-Goven or Nelson Dewey against his wife, Cather. ine Dewey. The ground upon which the divorce is sought is desertion on the part of his Wj and will be contes. ted by defender t who also, it la'under stood, will claim that her husbajd by his suit for divorce is attempting to de fraud her of her interest in cerlain property which she claims he is hid ing from her knowledge. Plaintiff was the first governer Wisconsin had aftr its organization as a State in 1848 and was very prominent li the early settlement of the State. Mrs. Dewey, his wife for about tiirty-five years, is a daughter of the late Judge Dunn, who was also a leading man in the early days of the State. For nearly fifteen y...

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. — 17 February 1886

to 18uste reasec will hi nish p1 aCOPY ofa p ati ~edat nad PoInt. is canled the A i ; 4 all t~hat a to crema e Se1vill and requir I ofthe Ouachita casket sys that pro "needed have all parties WA .the toute to make or, slli also calls upon ceded worth of be lu direct North aid byl L ort tit, Kapses sug S t and Monroe to eheboVes ,the citi- Byr do as the city of Ri 4.o vote the 10 mills. Cor ij subject at length Flo " gadgs ted. Por ,' lUOTANt *0 . D. D.l BAI ". s ell k ,aowo a eogrnalbt and Sts OW y gathering 1al in to Write up the Bal $ tsges of our parish in the A ~ rttflty, beaith, timber etc etc., on Qfattracting the atten- Sal . homes from the 01 pg Northern States. The work Le b, itL h Mr. .Tompkins Is engaged 1 p. a discription of all the orh Louisiana to be Br (. :.  ,form and be circo `:4 tt : tteiSiolyt wbtre such iuforma a-s. I~ t will contain will be of the to ,us. ,This work cannot . ,tgl~hblyY commended and it is to : o ; hoped that our citizens will be. S rompt an...

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. — 17 February 1886

At al oMIM @l f . the City ot Monroe large - ? IK4a11R, Associate Editor. ched directle MON~RO, LA.t PBRUARY, 17 1886. machi that ge AXUSEITENTB* a sled -.L ýi they ti gan be Masquerade Carnival McGul - AT THE - - and S SKATING RINK and - AND- the do GRAND MASK BALL they guns AT CIERMACI'S OPERA HOUSE, them Friday, February 28, 1886. not a nes w Good music has been engaged for the to get oeeasion. No objectionable'characters will gamin be admitted. " All maskers will be examined by a com mittee of oitisens before being admitted. GIeorg with I CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. on the NOTIC9O-I bhav on hand a large quan- year I ity of good rotten manure which I starer will deliver at reasonable prices. F. HlABEYAN. and R haves--has. Randolph's eight shaves for the V a dollar is allthe go. nooze rayage-Pred Haberyan runs a dray eter and cart fbr public convenience, and MillaI personally tends to all business given him. Bpeolal attention to the delivery ofbaggage mind from and to railroad depot ...

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. — 17 February 1886

lei Tex. Feb. 17.-An in- ph W It t Ics been lied here in o , I fates Circuit Court, the .. tuilIaafion of which involves S Worthl of property. When the S"l I'td '.ifica o railway was project ' .tbmeqgb Uhth city of* Marshal, Tex., be dedar the title, of the Memphis and Y4 )ll. i Peso railway about fifteen ph .pugi ago, the cltizens of Marshall, Flew to secure the shops and main pr " of the new Pacific line, made a Cc prgoprittea to the road that if they frc weuld ares to locate their principal to oiles and pricipal shops at Marshall a that city would donate $40,000 in op money and the title of a large tract of pl land ylyng just at the edge of town. ed lTh ipositimon was accepted and the peptelpal oftee and shops were accord iglyr, located these. Some months t prBr to the Texas and Pacific passing c( lag into the hands of receivers tne cit- r ises of, Marshall were startled by the ce epo etst Mr. Gould had determined B' to remove the principal offees of the Pt ,PaPy to Dallas, an...

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 February 1886

·;r ~ Ijz; ifip; ~ "$q..'S17ll VOL. 1. LA UDA NIM W, -- _. LA THUR.S AY, 1 " · DAILY TELEGRAPH. Qi ~c. 4e~OC~id, Xter. V. * TI3&PjU1 , PBbtighbr and Business manager. Latest News." BY TELEGBAPH Weather ladicatlons. WASHINGTON, Feb. 18.-Indications for Monroe and vfetnity: Fair and warmer weather. Fund. NEW YORK, Feb. 18.-The fond for the widow of Gen. Hancock now amounts 2.5,365. BERLIN, Feb. 18.-Count Von Muotke, chief marshal of the German ermpire and chiefof the general staff, is seriously Ill. Shoving The Queer. r*. CATHERINE, Ont., Feb., 18. John Hilton of the firm of Hilton & Thomas, mechanics, was arrested Tues day, bight in the act of polishing coun terfeft silver coin. A die and other ar ticles were found on the premises. Frozen to Death. ItEADING, PA., Feb. 18.-Thos. M. Jackson, colored, who was found in his but in the hills of Union township Ladly frozen, died at the county hos pital Tuesday. There is undoubted evidence that Jackson was 104 years of age. Over seve...

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 February 1886

9Iilf!ji~to rdcut ekes sad I aid site a ien 1~ t , and rgiI named She told him that - -a ge and that Waterfiord county, _ gapsed on iher lefI k A. Pmm, which a "aipe of the man biem a "ly erpool. h ,she niveI " .'uk, sTalegramn in the Sshows how the t.care of its O s aol 'oCharities and Oe cd m oatracts fot 4O0,0 00 pounds of fish, at ! Pý º on 20,000 pounds ' .at & ty per pound; ,of etI , at 5 cents pe por w; C 0 pwounds of blav k tsh, at 4 ita petr pound; 1000 pounds of frest is, per pound; 20,00( eto at ll cents pes 1 pounds of shad at 11 conts; t t w ceonets, salmon trout at 91 Or 1 at 7 d enta, U3,000 hard $3 40 per 10$3 00, 13r00 eofl at $2 pcr 1,000; 20,000 box opa, at $6 90 per 1000; 40,000 cnalls, at .40 per 1000, and 100 quarts oi sedaops, at 16 cents peir quart. 'l'g ale very few cities hi this word that do so well and maintain its ponl on such ratioqe. O the Duke of Seville, who hsi lately made himself con'p'euous it Spain, it is said that he onco wet tt * ball witho...

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 February 1886

- . a e CI tyof earoe pa O, Assesite di ter. 5' pet IMOro# LA., PSBRUARY, 18 18688. AIV$E,, . 1 R.1 AXU8EXE!#TS. a bri Masquerade Oarnival be - AT THE - SKATING RINK - AND - ( GRAND MASK BALL of AT" GERHACH'S OPERA HOUSE, ki Friday, February 26, 1886. Good music bas been engaged for the occasion. Nb obJeoionable~characters will w " he admitted. SAll maskers will be exunined by a com mittee of clttsens before being admitted. hi CHEAP OOLUMN-PAY LOCALS. OTIC,-I have on hand a large quan tity of good rotten manure which Io will deliver at reasonable prices. bi F. HABEYAN. Saves-Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for k adollar Is all he go. Daryage-- red Haberyan runs a dray and cart for public convenience, and personally tends to all business given him. Speclal attention to the delivery of baggage from and to railroad depot and ateamboat landing. a LOST--Oleak on Handover National Bank in ffvor bf E. R. Boyle, for $6.00 Finder will confer a favor by leaving same at this office. 0 For Sale-A...

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 February 1886

S8, Ir NaGe!n Feb, 7--The chair ' h~e 'semis a letter from t aitddltlonl Imformation as to the -t ates of Alfred B. Meachasm, late iprtatendent of Indians in Oregon. Amoug bills I t rd was ohne by tr. Merrttl~Ia t oT education id the Slats. Mr. Morrill said he intended IItpil '9 gt)6rtbi lt to addaeis the Smte on the il,,pd at -his request K wan iiad nthe ble fur the present r., oat lntraduced a bill provi dI(g id t'. i6n of a suitable WI#t at Washington, D. 0., to acemri U. S. Grant. The bill appro Sate O $ OD1100 I ndile tod and provlide fr a commission of trltee tors and thre4 members of l t tati ei to con. ttllt for the monument. 1W. l*tfi1a6"ugi ted that the amount be inoreased to 250,000. HQ did cot think that an appropriate Sixit'uld be seedred for t~r llll oont ent Mr. Hoar W =Itibedlount t.accordingly and tb as referred to the committee R: Atat twenty Republican senmaors ~ Ip.i- cauceus yesterday morning. Senato: Edmunds submitted resolnUon from the judiciary committe...

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 February 1886

'M _, y " 3iý l'. f. ,ý, " a. r'.·!'" ' « i , J. . e S.i "' w `r ý . -1 IIr i 1" MON, ROE, LA. MONDAY, FEBRU Y 2 86 ) TELEGRAPH. I · *La ass Neas. S Knights of Labor. ST. Lous, Feb. 22,--The Knights of Labor of this city are prepariog for 'imother move upon the street car ompany with the object of obtaining bleter pay and shortgr working hours. S mr ip)bsot the lines. The wea ,poea they will use this time will be the boycott, and it is expected that , by its use they will be more successful in obtaniang concessions desired from the street railroad companies than they were laat October. It has been learned tr M. W. Sullivan, master workman of District Assembly No. 17, -which includes the St. Louis Knights of Labor lodges, that this .planof action had been agreed upon, -and that It would be put into opera tion very soon with all Knights of St. Louis enlisted In its execution. One road is to be boycotted at .a time and brought to ternms if the boycott is secessful. The executive commi...

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 February 1886

jewelry - of about went to be came fyys ago, a ca e, the t as brought up Witle on atbituk e did s'iit trly atel of th "Sheriff o~r~cat, end that  icUmcnds and Sof the order totlle Sheriff. He of the pro pro, of his counsel, eoner, uand the will I to sell the same. Q at S kes be S e I~.et anit is cos ., ' fees i cle. Sl shey can, the are bvylng company c Adedekl and sixty i ip ,atke their owp .gas at =est to conttdIers. In .putclpallties own their l ts both countries the 'by 1 ivat, ompanies bly tytied and found J l tagsatiskterv, In this l, uh.4i.p bwipees has been , g!Bhande of private cprpora i ast of gas has been scan tb, anducompetition In its I has pwoed no remedy for S'prim. 1 a's have an election-the majority i, ldto t lw i vote a 5 mill tax e tpa to the first railroad coms btdtling to Alexandria from the h..We hope our Tow Counocll a order an electiol.--AlexandlriGa a: talk. I, your Town Council don't do It .r ;aleaadlria is doomed. The jury in the Auldernorlt' ei beualee...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 22 February 1886

take , , h. t., Mfg *TB, a ra. To. S`torbcd by barrley Fat { elatg Beath ofl loks. Waa ireu will Mll • iq 4tied. utn 4 -,'vf-et The prd -e o *1,h lW teir eom . ) f t me ing o same h ato , lww erm E l, A. Plournoy o i y rrai .-a. The m t forget the meeting of the cotn Wy'Irt cather to-day Is spring like- h , . a 8o' f ,. , and agreeable. J~all to ese the expert roller y at, noon to-lay stands 17 above tow water mark-a 'il te past 24 hours. · tspensrtilg the cloth- a pigg, Brup& Co., of *to towi several days at 8 'clol. 7 eve 'Hess toab SJ ti awer I fror do ta niedf "lg. » ýk it e f r thbe eautiful tabl cover tý; i sMsI Ella' McKenna, will Ket tm. place at Mrs. McKenna's mlill. Gari Bg, satore at 4 o'clock to-morrow .,,*liT. - Miss Esther Fox, of Vicksburg, and Miss Betttle Lasdaur of .Huntsville, AJi., aft l the city on a visit to Slat;dl also Miss Emma Titche of Iayville,is visiting friends in this city. To.day is the birth - day of the A ""Fatier of his country"-George Pip Wa...

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 February 1886

Otrata v ox ir elanenot la the ien the diseo' * manure heap, Mrs. Higgint bortibl died "".r sershef sae a ase eaod's nephe t~itde. iggBlns had b .· W~ Iptimecy betot " ý.i'ýMtIWe _ eand had frcq 6to la *po@ luforma- ethe plae ag orthby sad su oed to remal 'Wm b AidLm l ea who tation of Mrs - L siIw " have have hi te h -oie band. Stur The' bae no returned frot idt alº rtt d bad been Irn wt w ppin all not seen or *l to it nephew dec g wle 9 a ds t itq, but n d T dhslets os orgalic tday and to !OP Ad a~br barn. The ·  aebb Wotod bodr mut' dea e l b" theO emdon" oh Attorney *ee.mlttee wasw ki eggualitae ** bonne; the g re the rlng and pn bore the these disclosures ,rhumeh ostruome n zlateLCe OOY Was Shat all the don a an w1e+ben thi prdth im hemunity --ro t oeded Mrs. Hi ___ IdoPMity., broke SpoDo9 woman' probab uncle w gga tt ten sode Sos&" e bow . t. The Least Age 4 bosompi1ed to doe so in order ___ the immunity FR W hisk the State flinge GA bAAg 0s ow a5espted witnesses. Next ...

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 February 1886

s rr VOL 1.MON OE, LA., TUESDAY, FE IU iRY 2ý, I8 I tiltot .1i ..ddbl K aitor. I, NE V. w. T 4UI8, Pblithtpr and ta Sfre WASrIN TOlto r HIe TEp DAY. br Netuw Yt> "PV.22. Wasbhi ngton's wre blrtIy was observed as a holiday ys si a In tte usual quief fashion ste ' t 4rieti have been floating from Wd A- sthel ,Ig tla dti nowo ly of late M Wearie vised to the top of the pole and ar * yMs I(#d h In vauious forms were st, .lMht after. Patriotli organiz t ions 0o' 1t4V ommaemorated the day. tr REAVjA, Feb. 28.-Io accordiance C' 4tiihe lnvitation of the commander 0 "' rtlw madotf+war Yantle, the vessels ia the harbor-both national and for.iga-.were covered with, flags in ~olti flhB anniverahary of Washing i ."rxi O ,r&so s, Feb. 28-Ytster*dy b g a i6gatl holiday, it was generally t otartved. A detachment of State troops fl@d a salute on the levee which wars jumtiitt followed by a similar aluute iroa the French frigate La 7i..b.ib j ieothid of the head of Canal street. C MIw yoex,...

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 February 1886

te years ago. He A O a auge boulder of stone II Iji a state, which was all that a to mark his grave. The S !gg~ l g t .quite six feet s.~·iga ts wide and a little doe 't* t #b0r v. Seymour, dtuea hi bli Ne, held post mortem dis Sto be in bad taste. and calculated pebple of inodlerate means to at expenditure, when they b oot the bills. Dalas8 News says that a large of the men who helped to steal yfrom Mr. Tilden In t ll ft offtee. If this be true, to season to believe it is, t Wieland should show that S.losliaoo of reform and good $by puttlag the rascals out 4 i.ateaes. We ree with the States. Reform ,, ,be accomplsbd by such '4aibed. of procedure as the States John L. Saulvan's Idea of fighting in a private rtbosi 4s lgood ohe. Any rat pit will 4do. Loek, all 'the prize fghters I- and.the oie coming out alive ought to be champion of the world. The slugger .1s not a useful citizen, but he is likely to exist so loI.!a pea live whose brains are be hind their ears. A strike is threatene...

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. — 23 February 1886

i 6J . ' , .. RUAB.., 28 it . FULL 'IRBC BALL. -- AT Gsoara 's Opera House, FtITRSDAY EVENING, FEB., 25TH. ': l.O wiU1 be furnished by Charley Mirgi ' Celebrated String Band of Vicks 4 4 Wdaea will be admitted .ea--ý--- ` pýd Oanival - Al TEE - A- ND - I :K BALL rý CWS OP[IRA HOULTSF, RSiV, > . bary 24, 166. ., a.4 I1h.iL, beien engaged for the *as. : " 0ten8himableeharaters will fi 53 RRW fbe ainZ, ined by a conm ý'%ýteia*.befre being admitted. oQ. -PAY LOCALS, we on hand a large, quan Sed rotten manure which I .P. ABIIEYAN. S r of'E. IL Boyledi shaves for 5 .H.ryan ri-ns a dray r Hmpubtl cotnvenience, and that .busoeas given him. U depot and steamboat *WI Randover National .of .. R,. Boylflor i.0ce t houme and lot Aplv to M. L. ofREDI Ie. MOR FE, LA. , .Fb. i 81. West Monroe, Ls. NOTICE. On February let 18l6., Dr G. A. Flournoy was admitted a partner in my firm. The atyle~ste otue thinerm will now be Flour noy g& 0o. J. If. FLOURNOY, West Monroe, La., Feb'y 1st., 1886. ·--...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 23 February 1886

.. vouilao, ~BhRI ty, '2 iU6. - -r tAN T. A3 UAICOCK 'l.e MNistlo teWew Orleans a Cause of Co ca.. N. O. Chrontoe.) " Gmrertal - B*deab, in a letter toaehlpg the relations between General Grant and General Hancock, writes: 'P*Mltlg the reconstruction prlod thLr Were on differentf sides. (rant httfwil that Congress was right in the lobttiggile with Andrew Johnson, but Haeo 0poe14 tze viewa Lf the Prs.idnt l** t ait irst had no sus plilon of Hancock's meaning, and when it became apparent that Mr. Johanon wal determined to remove rdani f,g tpmand at New Or Iari1" Ijibbtaue Hancock, the eof the Presli St4 ,o,1 too mis ,ý. Hmancoek, how. to roEbrt b e cot t New ''+as DOW con 'eon-rae Was full !'qmAtu , =lent ih per. fit. bis ' t ors in pttt. him on his leter SG aiIsad1oeor urging. Ftm*fhhoe their relations were stral ý ..proceeded to New Orleans nt "~wish of Grant, determined to earry. ~ot Mr. Johnson's policy, whheb the General-in-Cbhef believed to he aimeet treasonable, and which he...

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. — 24 February 1886

r.: r. . DEt.' LA., WEDNESDAY, EU 24, ·, .. ,- _ ' . . f, ! . :.. . i l n l l l l a m • l H • H " "ditor. .S lher and f a P.atgwr. Lcatjs Fdb. 28.-About 7:30 last I the bpIt p atses o tbe rest-i et SIItis James Oar- i IO Vhessmut treet, presented the i `t esiaind rather start- I ef.a young man belog I ' d DorHet young I i .)a of 4hb youth upon nlhmeult was being in were held tightly behind by a What smaller, but extremely *oy ThW y*rang lady was ia. The Younog man M4aydear, a, buyer for the 1 lhMeary Maiutaeturlug com atod the boy who° was inter witeb tieittrts of Mr. Snyder's the b.ow ,dof the horse l fdttbhickly and esj6elts ea~d face ind shoul was Arthur Gottin, the 12 year , ihtot~litf the youg lady. After e a"'d ttpste Ib ayder broke away ilS' i tarted l run, but was'met just ';,- :hpTMa8e plog on the sidewalk "s friend a fthv young lady and he ,,,s esml md 1hseld sad suffered still ~'i' ' ulerl "punishment from the Whip in the hands of the young lady. M:ti Garvin says her a...

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. — 24 February 1886

i 6IQ IAL COIIV ENTIO I Editorial Couven. Sqneoa fetlsterday:, The . i4 g newspaper men i1iAratteodm ee: taeod Jastremaki, 1 Loulsiana Press Association j"of the Oapitollan Advocate fouge and Mr. T. Sambola etbeame paper;: . W. Read, Independent; J. W.Byams r Bowi John McCormick, S Lake Charles Commercial; L. A. Opelousas Cotirer; L. E. D5. Donaldsonville Chief; I1e f ,h f the Hahonille Herald; it the Minden Democrat , ATPlbie; Mark F. Bigney, of the City ". n rEva Hildebrand of the loatrie and several other . ho joined the party at inter lunts. The Louisiana Press O tton it should be remembered Will meet In this city in June next and our people should thus early begin maklng preparations for the proper eatertdanment of the Visiting ",moubl ders of public opinion'" who will grace L theeeeaion by their presence. We a eggetg that our lady friends interest themselves in the matter, as the State pame Convention will be largely atten- I did and 4n opporlunity will be affor. ded to dem...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 24 February 1886

SpMd 0 Viclks 'adides i be admitted tI BALLI SOPERA HOUSE, hd } 1 :r .. ItofF ry9I. , 1eyl0. Se engaged for the h he abrlatied by aChomle  ' Ladlresllw nl ge admitted. n -'yk y y t `s aRydoer National b Sg-r of Eu na. my le. for he.00 SeU a aor by leaving same ,, . I. BREDIH. I plating bualding he o of e . o nyle. m r for herl aoerbleaVan any Tdr o . VeAN t NOTICE. -On Februa tat 1890., hr (. A. Flournoy admit a par er in my firm. The style ne of the TUrda will now be Flour J. i, rLOURNOY, Wee n1 . ,a. nW est M onroe, 1886. Parties not lweeving their pape l r e o ly will confer a favor by fileing their com plaints with the butioeah manager. The compress booms. under feel toyday. otherwe a aeShrove Tuesday. r e Tle naeof the Knigahw llo. lor Mr.e, n. Todalih at eloc youio. ) Wre st onro e, La.,oebry math, 18er [attim no e rivedt h ir anpe retularin l aita thbe hheted ohf the awal ert. othe olored nightsof Labr I. Mra. DOk, Iof T rrison, b rgea, mothro . lwn t *orial be i etedtt 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. — 24 February 1886

. .. l es r s- . + I tad< fom the com. . tumllAbo It t  ulel r. . y. +k , from the cam. 4$ t1, to c" mnarm a pm talqi "s made cadet . t.e lands p the United ttiac . tbb billy ittnr I and yritderrerd iriJs one by MIr. ir a the L;mifn st. l, a bet laws in AIPtrsL. Mr. Mt *4.Ia n that piasors ar. 91*0t4d t ies nl A'nsrka could not gire bond in that TeraSitry, and itbe btll wa latended to enable such I er Sas to ive bond in the Sa :; om , M. .arp O.err" a preamble and 14,,i; sat his requ.3t wts and laid on the fable Iap lite bill apprc for erection of a .tWs ntit City to the 0netra1 rant, mb th ht the bUll ought ] aE by te he " yt. "!h great soldier propcse4 moasnment e . imbonument s S9 " monument had a M o atlugiFt neet rary to s  eltLineoln. Gen. Grant's t lift depend on monuments. t 3I4i0i býth Grant and Lincoln a la mSore lasting than any I IE could witnres. A monu. MLtwolid be Idle as a testimonial 's .levee and regard for Gut, It bad come to be too that the- expenditure ...

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