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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 16 March 1886

O'O :`UD YA VOL~ ~k -,-,·*. "' ... . . .. . ... n il . i: •C m ai ,a an _ DAILY TELEGRAPH. (I.W. CeORANII , Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. Lales- Ners. BY TEILEGRAPH Mills Burned. TorLEDO, O., March 16.-The mills of the Tolodo Linseed Oil Company burned Monday night. The origin of the Are is unknown. The losses is esti timatted at $90,000.. Insurance, $09,000. The Company will rebuild at once. ...... ---- 4mL.e -- ... . Strike Averted. KANSAS, CITY, March 16.--The difficulties with the switchmen of the various lines here have been adjusted and a threatened strike averted. I)ay men will hereafter receive $2 25 and night men $2 35; firemen $75 per month. The men having been getting $2 pei cay and the foreman $G5 a month. Some minor pointatnt issue were alse arranged. Death of Ex-(Governor Hahn. WASINGrTOx, March 16. -Ex.Uov. Michael Hahn, representative in Con, grass from the Second District of Louisiana, died suddenly yesterday morning at Williard's hotel of h...

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 March 1886

., I61886. ISYARE. tled to build a rail i lea4s ti Bismiarctk,  t a bold coneern. The . lby disregarding tiloeh earry the rail ersely across the water I remitrkable. The syndicate tgrp9 with the plans th roadst' 40,e ll but b. tt lball directly' ectoes a d pactleally runs down Miast*1 ad Mis fvspittih t stream ts gastieally but a single stream e P. ' , ut across the 'hilfit ntkes to tie east to roelve tbe, watem Off the 'Mllsmisippi. If the reader will ',ýý Wý twala ` IwI bej '.i ka and lncoln, the capitals ° ul- m4 ~',lbraaka, lie just west t e air line. Hot Springs and - the two celebrated Arkansas, are on the Sý":. i so is the lead region of Southwest 0' 2 r while the road runs through ,ble coal regions. . The gener. hfhe road p9inte toward the ;. -, New Orleans the seaport for ,,;ý. ; ,. . Northwest, and is regularly tary to the water channel At iti;Miangpits line it cuts squarely ". " thll e existing railroads, and is in '4that respect unique; almost any new m seeks to b...

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 March 1886

k"". "'v". " , ;ý RtH1uRiZ, Asociate EIttor. l' ' ' al Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA. MARCH, 1] 1886. CHEAP OOLUMN-PAy LOCALS. Shavels-Chra. Randolph's eight shaves fro Sdollar is all the go. drayage--Fred HIb an runs a dray / JI and cart for public convenience, and ononally tends to all businessgiven him. from and to railroad depot asd steamboat ltlanding. OR SALE--Two dwelling together with ants iltuated jnst above the Monroe Ice Factory,. r tobuon ,nc For Rent-Furnished Rooms with Board - for informtation apply at this office. ]'or Bent-A cottage in Lock's Addition J1' l"'r further particulars apply to CHAS. SCHULZE. or rent-A small cottage residlon(e FHas hallway. Apply at this ofilice. FOR RIRNT-A new house with tfr r~inme on Calypso street. Apply to E. FI'I)ICKAR. 1I"hose persons contemplating b"hillling and particularly, rough cabins, upon nsullting ue will tinel my prices for !uber atid ~hingles cheaper than any body's. Address F. VOLLMAN, tob. 10 SG. West Monroe,...

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 March 1886

CO3U3MAleWL. -. t sma, e March -Iemedl. i Stly oltt mstatig the jjersal ystSa d ew , a h so aI `j o e d i nst , - i s . aget to the memor of Itepsmosetative abe ofr Loslimssa, it .me pt.seIled and rlaarb4 to esmmlitees wer a n mber from loal Knlghts throughout the 4paly lLmthite buldeg of the il'Mli ille of -e Kilghts of ' otlg e galast the dental of the etra ail bi p rOvided for by ltvt la *felt as la the gov. eumest swles rwio worked more tbha sight urs a lay. In prsenting one of thee mesoorias Mr. Ilgalls edl the eomplaunt wasa just one, and the itm lieas bet dl&uied by the yislatlou eithrelw eomptlned of In S.i eUti i lkttadl a Jofat repe - . a onaltatioaal ac~~Lr " a . I~t the 50th of al1abai be the day for Ithe bsgh ulag eof th eM melive adtilstlmsd tlom god s'oraimenat he Inte lstead of the 4th at Mareb. It was rerer+ed to ti.n9 M 1 ue Jedldary. .0Ifeir sdi up the esetoral esut bill,' blt' eldedt to MIr. Van Wpt I na vr l thafator spigsh dal mpdpl m biln luertaing the...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 18 March 1886

ý. ' .frýý :' ý.ý K ý1ý ý ,ýYt "'"t VO.1 - -- ORE -L.- THRDY AC ý: i7:w `i ·I J DAILY TELEGRAPH. m C.. eR) titAlikE, Editor. ,i V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. BY TEI DAPIH Suicide. C BUEFALO, N. Y., March 18.-Laura Miller, aged 19 years, hanged herself in the attic of her parents house in this city Tueday night because she was forbidden to attend the roller skating rinks. Miners To Hold a Convention. PITSBUIRG, March 18.-A convens tion of the railroad miners of the Pittsburg district will be held here to day. In the district there are 4000 miners working at 21 cents per bushel. At the Co!ubus conference it was agreed that the 71-cents scale should go into effect May 1. The meeting to.day was not so much to enforce the 71-cent scale now as to see if they cannot get more money for digging up. to May 1. Sergeant Brooks Shot. RICH MO'ND, March 18.-Police Ser geant Brooks was shot early yesterday morning just before the fast mail train left for the north while attempting t...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 18 March 1886

the many advan :)$tma lagitudineal i rt 'Scott, Kansas, a dd, ,o all that b w ic ble Seotr; Ken., Is o " plarralel, line romw and Chicago-the beizW ,, I on of hSi WIll develope new indus. eligration. to seec on k*oevelo ed; (nOW lying idle and nef6n euterpriet 10 r afry-. andwhaa "fi 'naab tie ranswer 'is and elopment 91 re their rcaour g lea le to have the M: llmportant decision was Ste supreme Court eport Monday. It will no attract the attention of the legal i ity, for whose especial benefit . A ltrtS4. woI,. OOsgrove vs. His :'CM - p ' -e  from Natchitoches. 1 g~nadlags I* iinsolvency by a hus " * g W plO perty ib with held from • igI p 0le because his wife claims to Ire bought it With money given or paid her by him, the wife should be a4t page 4 case will be re she intervene or t in by the creditors. Judg yq fd and set aside and case - essamwer Yazoo Valley, of the Red U ver s4 $otIdzw, bound from Lrewveport (p i Qt1 a s, .and which boat left the former place Monday, Ca...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 18 March 1886

. "eaaute , Oa.r. * o sthe city of eaeroe 0,fmoiO. LA. MARCH, iS 1A0L OPERA HOUSE. MONDAY, MAaOR s, 1986. Oeo '#irt Q=1y . THE COMIC OPERa " "PATIENCE," -BY THE "prt Amateur Company. 30 WELL DRILLED VOICES. Mn. B. R. Doxrm,, the Shreveport Prima Donna, will between the acts ren der some seleetiong from popular Operas. Price of dmilttane., $1.00. Reservel seats now on sale at the drug store of Dr. A. B, Sholars. 8. P. HIYAMS, Manager. CHEAP OaLUMN--PAY LOCALb. S:havs---'_Randolph's eight shaves for a ollar is all te do. Drayage-Fred Haberyan runs' a dray J-a" arl br public convenienoc, anda ersomaOily Leads to a bsilneme given him. pS-s sltentLon to the deliver ofbsm55uu 1 at, .d to railroad depot a teamboat FIor Rnt-eA cOOtt in Look's Addition I ' For further partieulars apply to CHAS. SC-HULZE. or rent--A small Cottage residence Hasi hallway. Apply at this offite. Those pero ontemplating building Mnd lrtliuary rough cabins, upon t consulting mewl And my prices for lumber and tng...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 18 March 1886

St 8Itrisrs Still Masters of the Situs" s. Louis, March 18.-The Four teestb day of the strike paene with is 1e Iffdto lus, hope of speedy re. ='I $ t. *elgbt traf8 as -ever 9 d taiger traf8m 'th teOn _-atia!ly restored with the aid, of polilsem. and deputy sberiffe, whose , iagPgtaejlas prevent Knights of be~tia4 send~ieeing engineers to Isrrrsa'thltrdam. g lh'Praidni t Hoxlo's reply to Martin a Mpr asS oftthe Knights Odf ] ý l"i e anila ttee, inclines *sy to the belief that the company will attemPt no settlemect with the strikers as a body, bodx, but will walt Sptil the number of new men employed @l tehliite sbtll be sufmclent to carry on its busne s. Should tUis prove to r- tmetsi tlasmdert toOd by the Knights j .¶tSioElere that the order which ead those out who are now striking Sbe followed by one which will e every member of the order seiployed upon the Gould roads and their sothweetern connections to cease work. .G-ALVelrTON, Tex., March 18.-A p.Mela to the News from Dallas sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 19 March 1886

" . . . ,' ... . ý mot ,t_ _ _,' ., ,  ,,ý ,''' ., ý`.. .,*', ý. .." ;y t = " 'hri." . '. 'COL _NROE MAC -".ýýý, QTRQEK. LA., FRIDAY, MAC 19, 't 888tý,;ý /~~ .. . . i' .. .. I. ._ i inl~ i gn l.... .. . )AILY TELEGRAPH. V. M. TDLLEs, Publisher and flminess Maager. 1LaIfl Nays. BY TEIEGRAFH Cholera. ROME, March 19.-Two fatal cases of cholera are reported from Canda, two from Pollsa ad seven from Padua. Hanged. CaTATANOOGA, Tenn., March 19. John Gillesple, the negro who mur dered Mrs. Thomas Gray, near Lou den, Tenn.,. Wednesday was banged by a mob of 200 men last night near the scene of the crime. Aceidently Killed. ATLANTA, Ga., March 19.-While Pat Hickey, a merchant, was examin lang an old pistol yesterday morning he snapped it at his friend, Will Pinion. The ball woent through Pinion's heart, killing him Instantly. Hickey fell across the dead body and cried bit terly. France on the War Path. BErLIN, March 19.-The :Post says France confesses that she is wanting to atlack Germany....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 19 March 1886

on, 19 1886. Ss SOME EX - which was in our bno00, Oharlea Brown, S o g, John Monre - Harris, AaIo . ý0oore,French liughes, : t.tiW and Jim Johnaon. The wp 'ounded: Will Dodd, fietit Qqres ier, Jim SKa Bil nij g badly shot--reported dead. ti  ktl ng was due to ll eea yy ng man by te Im0p of Robert Moore, from Lefiore ': lad a di4eulty with a, ` Itt niueoJZ ·Brown dduring which Brown eme te) molas*es , over Mih Bome timb 'after that 'J. M. ,e' LidJell, a friend of oore l1apjiened to jue( Ed B 'f `tpi treatment of re. rotl, beo~Se I;pntdeat  tar J at hini "' was pr .nte attacingthm .:bystapders. The negro after this it iad armled himself and got some othl roers tp do ilikewise, stationing nd lutes. 14ddei Cxom leg from supper saw themn and euquired What tbhp meant. LBrown responded that it was none his d-n business. rt*M- tlreunpon struck at Ed Brown tIulh~b ft when and Ed fired Charles t Ata,r;brotheus, s imutlnleously on ~ltall. About this ttoe a geni.ral Sj~4G meeurred. 1...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 19 March 1886

aC" ý`' ýib ýAessociate Editor. i... . . ; ---------- isenoEdrr a Journal of the City of Monroe I.~ MIONROE, LA. MARCH, 19 1886. AMUSEMENTS. OPERA HOUSE. MONDAY, MARCH 22, 158i* One TNighht Only. THE COMjC OPERA "PATIENCE," -BY THE Shreveport Amateur Company. 30 WELL DRILLED VOICES. MRs. Il. B. DONLEY, the Shreveport. Prisma Dnna, will between the acts ren der omo selectlions from popular Operas. Prioe of admittance, $1.00. Reserved seats now on sale at the drug store of I)r.. A. B, Shiolars. IH. P. IIYAMS, Manager. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Slrves-CGhs. Randolph's eight shaves for v a dollar is all the go. raLya 'e-Fred IIaboryan runs a dray andd ert for public convenience, and personally tends to all business given himn. speelal attention to the delivery of baggage from and to railroad depot anti. ateamboat landing. for Rent-A cottago in Lock's Addition UIt' .r further particulars apply to CIIAS. SCHULZ E. S -. - . --.. fLor rent--A small cottage rosideloce l Ha hallway. Apply ...

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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. — 19 March 1886

lB a ll or i CH, 19 is;e. |X 1ZMIK$ OE TLE (rfOULD SYSTEM. Iadieatotes That The Strake is Nearing An End. GALVEnTON, March 19.-A specal dispatoh from Greenville Texas to the Nem says: The Knights of Labor " organied a lodge here Sunday night bapiJp one railroad man joined the organalatlon. The citizens and railroad employe at this point seem to indorse lbs action of the railroad officials. The W rI Ll llmen joined in a telcgram to Vl4Pnr doent Hoxle Wednesday comm gbflk firm action against what theib term "organized wrong dictation aod anarchy." They said: ,"We be. live the time has come when legisla tiea bad as well make it a felony to ipterfere with or block the transporta tion of commerce." Nothing but through pasenger trains are arriving on the Missouri Pacific railway there, (It merchatse, however, are in very goso shape and can supply their cus ulde for a month yet. Sr;Lours, March 19.-A New Or lea special says General Sheldon said at 1:40 o'clock yesterday afternoon that b...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 20 March 1886

i"l i VOL. 1. ONROE, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 20,Y I 20,.. .l DAILY TELEGRAPH. --------------------- - -- `*. .Wi MeORANIE, Editor. V. M. TELLER, Publisher and Basiness Manager. I Latest Ness. BY TELEGBAPHII The American Porker. WASINTNuroN, March 20.-The see rtary of state received a communica - tion from the consul general of the United States at Berlin which states that within the last few weeks not les than thirty to forty cases of trich. inosi, has been discovered In Zutlieban a town in Silisa and vlnicity. Similar l cases, the consul-general says are re. I ported from time to time from other I places in Germany, showing that the I theory which led to the prohibition law I of American hogs has received a set back by facts which cannot be denied. * Fraudulent Importation'of Cattle. c The treausury department has re. caived a report from Special 4gent Jerome in regard to the alleged t fraudulent importation to cattle from Mexico. IIe says that calves are taken in large numbers from...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 20 March 1886

;ARCH, 20 1886.[ And s "arn as I, hi cago Htnhpl IL.A a e oiq lien i i. L tadon is the owner of be SSOt- and 90,000 acres of land IU lll Iois, The land was tilled by a w el c ft eranti fiomi whbm 5a wora eracte, takitag ly t11 of the proceeds of the crop to pay the rent. Each tenant was obliged soe f a five years period _to ~proO, lands. ~'or .  i the (arQdt palT ehly ut t T I third 'ý'ear lai pays .ltisils well as one dollar per acre and I lo drlh tu d fit ydars'he pad s the, SdI a dollar and fifty cents per acre. Between 60 and 70 I ' 0 'a e',uboqndb thewsolles toe tJ'iltantl alta vfrtdatly faves to him. I , The lease that4idashm h f ip ':rtthally a chattel mortgage and as a rule they are the er a i Ito, 'world. Beald s 16'pa made Bre l QttheXt at I I a nal landlodto move them or compel them to sabmjt tp whatever rent he choses to exact. The largest refracting telescope in t he world4s now in process of constr6iction iD the mdodest workshops of Alvin ,I k the bininent telesco...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 20 March 1886

: LI ' . LnE RC, Assoelate E diter. Official Journal of the City of Monroe ÷ -- i -- MONROE. LA. MARCH, 20 1888. AIUSEMENTS. OPERA HOUSE. MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1586. 04o NhN!iat On1ay-. THE COMIC OPERA "PATIENCE," -BY THE BSh'eveport Amateur Company. 30 WELL DRILLED VOICES. t Mas. R. B. DONLnY, the Shreveport F Prima Donna, will between the acts ren- t der.some selections from popular Operas. 1 Price of admittance, 51.00. Reserved c beats now on sale at the drug store of Dr. t A. B, Sholars. H. P. HYAMS, Manager. i CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Qhaves-Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for I a dollar is all the go. Drayage-Fred Haberyan runs a dray b and cart for public convenience, and v personally tends to all business given him. Speclal attention to the delivery of baggage from and to railroad depot and steamboat a landing. For Rent-A cottage in Lock's Addition 11 SFor further particulars apply to CIHAS. SCHULZE. For rent-A small cottage residence Has hallway. Apply at this office. hose perso...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 20 March 1886

9 Louis, March 10.-The hopes fora settlemeat of the strike upon theGoua4eit bra ystem in the near future seem nearer a realization yesterday morning than at soy tige dunralg the difculty. The Interest in -devl phuerts is equally ' ffide tween the course which the diseharged mechanic, Hall, at Mar. shall, Te., shall pursue and the re p* F dolot. Hpte to Master Workman Poiwtely now at Kansas City: Many c !rel ealident that the submislsion -of wHli's grievances to the United States C (Cdw 4pfiLr salyi ending the strike on the Texas and Pacific railway whichever way the)adge of that court shall decide. The announcement by the Missouri Pacifi employes, h6w- o * OV. f grievqaees other than the die ge of Hall, warrants the belief a that a 5 rate settlement of the V lCmneefly among tjem oust be arrived i t' bei ttheotrike on that road can fi end. "'{ tit6d March 20.-The elstatement a ltleished here yesterday morning o thatthe attitud lately assumed by the t, knights of Labor has greatly al...

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 March 1886

y, N C.t ýf a ^l ` 1ýr "IM i ,a S " ·Ot " " a , " ý,; . .... .,.' 'ý,;"ýý; k yy VOL, 1eTe MO . R,. LA., MOND Y, IAReIC2 Th A r 't r1 r y'1 A.TT TTT T n . " ý.ý DAILY TELEGRAPH. .. Wv. * cMA, . EIt . Rig Iilasu MsIanmager, Latest - Weather Iadilatious. WASHINGTON, Marobh 22.-For the West Gulf States-Cooler, northerly winds, with fair Weather. Electriao torm. CHICAGO, March 21.-A special to the Evening .Journal from Freeport, Ills., says: "'A terlific electric storm, accompanied by pouringrains and hail passed over this sections of the State Saturday morning. One crash after another followed in quick succession from the clouds to the earth, but nothing of value was struck." In Statu Quo. ST. Louis, March 22.-The refusal of Mr. Hoxie, first vice president of the Missouri Puetle; railway, to con for with Mr. Po*derly. looking to a settlement of the strike leesons the chance of a speedy adjustment of the difficulties existing between the com pany and employees and all eyes are turned upo...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 22 March 1886

.OV1$ Iui&, ARtVAW AND POET SCOTT AILWAY. Letter l!am Poa. John N. nice. asaxass, March 16. 1866. Mr. W. ,Monroe, La. Spear ' Just a mosaent to . " ;t hempe itae yesterday; eagq .way of east route via Memphis. Oar party is delighted. ae New O papers of the 12th., and A ,. iopr Talk of last week. Ceol.e s be that he had authoriy to de id that bleiteel lea was favorable and that he would ad d the y ,; b 1890 cars would la s .rth Fopert Softt to Alex. ddttl. J esowhe means it. Of course, au tui o Iitj, n that your people do your pa. ever a people had matrly to go to work, and pomnething to werk foe, it is those of Monroe. With this road Monroe ill .be the east elly la the State o9J , few Odessa. Without it ftu ghe poor.e rieh people o SYours Tfuly. Jonal H. RICE. The above letter from Gen. Rice explains itself.' tahi gegoteman, to gother with others of the Syndicate who are to build the road, have been over the gesater part of the proposed vtest. ,) q h"sevan for themselves and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 22 March 1886

Ausetatt E .ditr. :i -- - I f the ty of >a4lt roe . . MARCH, 22, M6. C O'lRA ZOT1ýE. O NDAY, MAtCH 3tR d 1988. -ý TEComishe oERxA, 'Ia CoxlC oPm a I "PATIENCE," -BY THE Bhrerapot Amasteur I Company. 30 WELL DU1UEMD VOICES. ;.i M R,. R. B. Dower, The Shreveport p Prima Donna, will between the acts ren der some elelcons from popular Operas* Pries af admittance, i.0. Reserved t eats now o sale at the drug store of Dr. g A: B. . holars. H. P. HYAMS, Manager. QEAo P OOLUMN-PAY LOCAIS. 3 Ives-.aed . apndolph's eight shaves fbr adollar 'ialltbe goe. flIya -Fred Haberyan runs a dray p ' .ea fur ifublie convenience, and ... att tendsreniont to the delivery of baggage lmlm aad to railroad depot an steamboat landing. v ;: " Re t-A ottage In Loolk's Addition o wior further partiolar b appil to c pai~9 and i ngsa cheaper than any- t ey's. Ad s F. Vor.w.a Feb. 10 80. West Monroe, La. t I TO SURCRIDBhs. a ', 0 -iD t Parties not reqeiving their paper regular- ; ly will confer a fhvor by filin...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 22 March 1886

moaUl=, LA, A. i M r 1";"5. A g5?Ag1 E It* 1 AE ID EATH. Aspaelat dtlsptcUb h m Oartersville, S., KaIa 1,. says: The aenat dptb gd rev. Chbarl N, Tompson,' at al's Mlls, badrawn attention to a uedes history. Thompson I belonged to a bully of w4l4 pd lhi Euglsid, aid a a s5oootd a hlw.b etdalet a -hueh of Qagland priest. He was Sveo eg of the rlehest livings In Not tlaghaS, S d.iB r a.lwhiq drey immense eongrsgtloneM;'eb*ame Intoxicated with his ti toh a degree that he ws ft n to preach, d 'while aunder Eplseopal cJh1ll , went to preachinl for the - ~ raetrs." His f-lhly at oboe disowned him and seat him to America. A couple of years belbe the war, he settled in -D= lonteg, t S.tao, where he met a blooming mountain girl of plump fig nue and thoroughly ignorant of letters aid dn4 !t to preach lag untiSalb brq/h4 out, when be beesme Cu)netlf the Sith Georgia 1egimeat.'t -AAs*ue as l4 mlnister's relatives. Is . England heard of the mealllane they disinherited him, all save an ol...

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