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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 23 March 1886

t·it ýý i u~ r ·.. r ý ý{(Ta t;ý DAILY TELEGRAPH. 'V, . TELLEs, Piblisker and Basiness Manager. latest NBRS. BY TELEGRAPII TIHE SfRIKE ON THE GOULD 9SYW1 D. The Missourl Paeific War Seems Far from Settlement-A Strike hIaug- I arated on the Chicago and Alton. ST. Louis, March 28.-The agree. meat drawn up by Governors Martin and Marm iduke-,f Kansas and Missou ri, respectfully, intended as a basis for : the settlement of the strike on the Missouri Paeiflc railway, togethet with Vice President Hoxie's acceptance of the same, with qualifleations, was pre sented Sunday night to the executive committee of District Assembly No. 101 of the Knights of Labor. The gov ernors called in person upon Martin Iruae, chairman of the committee, and urged the acceptance of the Condition by his committee, which soon after wards was called together to discus informally the conditions inserted by Mr. Hoxie into the agreement. No action was taken Sunday night, the matter being discussed in a strictly at un...

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 March 1886

ewtrt , o gather nm ha the shpidrOp a espital, and in tW. et," saml n Iaet ar a O . e l,,-l. y! l . K.,L,.,.. . i" It t I tele £ilhgh g e, llkld Ilsoftl@ at Ilimeelf when the o'MiI Slt," amide'ti t appearance,a: sliJ MutiWd the qa;bge, seed d . t Mk 10 he stow 4 a to toer Is to paltial profit and there' by memd his grip on the *aq tedpse' of(il dStlWet. TbLhes was a bright e. m o! o1pted on t and .with ae buerde of l J4et OWtCh " aruip ipedl,.4 lOtni o ot.domeniton t :, , ay # inispb gp p sa, d green .ueum bers, for the Lovely "King Beet," A pskage eostalaing the new beet was t and the murmuring Ck mwas Spoded Owith beets. Of iage wks the eaiad modest letter setting forth tirmW atl Irdtiredt t taktaa by Con imuerrs ' bt g tintteft bad beea rse6a6std apprelated by the Agricultural Department, and in eomeequence he had been requested to distribute the Eing Beet-the largest j.: arost delicious vegetable of its klad-among the farmers of his dis triot. It is natural to suppose that...

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 March 1886

TE. R , N 22 TM R 4T .' J .~eT ymboEI 2l Prl oh Vol 1aibo eds P. B. F. WOIFFEY, Ms ° ýffi1 AT NIGHT, MIOU8E.I 2 l4TH s erioa in different parts of qu * states, including able educators p '.eloJg! Of all churches. do fp 4 BMN-PAY LOCALS.o, , etd ph's eight rth oe fbr Fred r aberyan runs a dray t easrt' r publin convenience, andin to al bllness givoen him. set o the delivery ofbagrage thl b~r g ld depot and steramboat pe ant A cottage n Look'rs ddition a Srther partionlars apply to ear CHAS.B HULZE. as persons contkmp ating building hm parwtieuea eivr rougol babinsg t ialg mea di p ilndmy pri ea for and shingles cheaper phan any SºE address F. VoLLnraa ni. , 1 8. ? West Monroe, L an TO SU$rCRIBsRS. hm" noct receiving their papor regular- w te r a favor by filinasg their com .5k with the buindar, manager. A. L. of H. v tigkr meeting will be held Thuri f Tthh, atJ 7:8 p p.. m . i Ne Dress Ginghae s at nS. t Mreyer's. , . . Weacknowlege a pleasant call from Mr. Obt. D. Newson, repres...

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

] ·.-Qaltt a o la the Hone the ehaplaia r.id. ' .i lU the land }S" whther10 i ardq. dice, A Sb^ ;.eat , bhioket Shope or 4.:1/,,,akn-gdil, t ' menej'making ,eith I byI the sweat of the face b ' 0mkeo ary to his laws. Theprayer a · tp be aPnqrted In the r. Audemsa, of Kansas-To e g be"ls'ion to arbitrate in of Mlasissippi- m 1' . .(eutional amendment at o lygamy. t  t. lIlaburnm, of New York- ca ` F.e h Isof all public ol p Siltlaes have been increas- an :sm tou~1n.il enactment since coat "." r . j  Ir * oMrrbeon, or New York " r . a flt Unied StStates. Sy Mr. iFevre, of Ohio-For the . ~~ItIoo of appointment to C ':' "Nqi. a.nd to. bring that nstlitu- Jou ... = the army more in accord say: aupa bilean form of government. bor that Poete shall be here. in ( aird aplnted from the lish danls of soldiers w ho fm qe. n . th:I e late war, and where lby will ' e.ad :from younger enlisted held i t . b i army. Further,'that when fits t e abiB haeve graduated from the the \. '',. "-...

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 March 1886

,d h1;g W4 J.1. . MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, i .nDAILY TAA r. R.A nU o,,,,,opol p ook ,,o .... Air,: ·.7 DAILY TELGGRANH *V. . TE&LEB, Publisher and Business Manager, 4- . Y *TRLRGRApll Failure. S NEW ORLaNS, March 24.-The faUlare of La8tte & Dufllho, commmk sion merchants is announced. U. 8. Senators from California. 8A4CfArrETTO, March 24.-Governor Stoneman appointed. George Hearst United Slates 8Maator, vice John F. Miller, deceased. ReO-Uated. DuRL[uz, March 24.-The synod of t ,ebhtreb of Ireland at a meetiug C 4 1 rday presided over by the Arch bishop of Dublin, adopted resolutions deelarlng their loyalty to the British " rown and the union between Ireland and GreatBritaia. Why Not the Results? S LNavSIN, Mich., March 24.-Dr Henry H f. Baker, secretary of the state I board of health, has returned from Pin- I conning, where he was tummoned by E the local health officer to Investigate a I clse of slckness closely resembling the c dreaded Asiatic fever. Work Resumed. r PITTS...

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 March 1886

illt O a eB y upo n an II 'ihIg 4 dw Wbi, e b porm b ±oLpSSi The .-eo tare who tent moery pro . tIe eosthe AoIt, tle M.1~potwe awemeM1~a je e with as .g o lbeosmt e s d the red iw toWard the tlto teaae herrea sad threedays a r 'wi rvt, at hrsw dtf 'gIs l 0e S t e fi t . a it when I asV41sa g diaM lshd t1N to easmeos aee th h fosur be ay O tp'ip Ses~i eta to putes es testie1ts XgI ots the Older of the evening was a r, by doyerations of lively togeoik Msoldege" with the a ort to b o hm p a talk. An i l t I steratoues btond tihe srel reed etho theb p urigs wad gtaIe woirlt p I(i herald et oasslg and give happy saletation nor 414 any aesape the compliment "rom the "incorporated" to Area , eII I. At 7 e'clobk.we reach td oar destieation, when many of the SIfor the At time gazed upon thq .., eo the Oaucbit ad the loig ' h'tChe of bwantifoi oaks and the weepiog wiltows which over arch the avenis of plictureesque Monroe. With ittle time to spare, we hbrted to she Oase ebits hotel, wh...

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. — 24 March 1886

Aseelate E ditor. reat of the City of Monre . MARCH, 24 1880. PERA HOUSE. LECTURE SAIMATE NATURE, PROF. D. F. WIFFREY, WEDNESDAY NIGHT, MARCEI 24TH. S" he work 1 illustrated symbolically on '"' v Mrtt  iOx0g inohes and is endorsed .. P*,L~1 Ieittes in different parts of 'I SUnltd States, including able educators , ." k e Olergtyl anl churches. O AP 9OLUMN--PAY LOCALS. = hsmBis.Cha*. Randolph's eight shaves for " oll a rolc is llo go. I,  i'al -Fred dlaberyan runs a dray Scart for public convenience, and "- .a tlly tends to all business given him. " i waimt attention to the delivery of baggage h.. and to 'rhiroad depot and steamboat J';i"T pI.Mw ..c eontemplating building ,rr , sy rough cabins, upon me wil id my prices for Sa shingles cheaper than any Address F. VOLLMAN, . . - West Monroe, La. TO. SURSCRIBERS. Parties not receiving their paper regular ly will confer a favor by filing their com plaints with the business manager. Business is rather dull to-day. ) The weather to-da...

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 March 1886

nma came i over g infi the g U gtere sad the. S an.udloaded without J K Y 2Mach 24.-A special ,b TedstZ , to the Post. d ta6 he sltrikiog Adl fthe Texas E"; ard at that place ' ad dliabled two metae 1wth oty sater "e fthe aw. St '1 34.-No one ven. (e o(w or a hen ,;qu" 4 Soathwest "z 11111 e.d. tr. to ifer with £r. - ot Governors e kle have failed to t. The marasiment td O et with ady . es representidg . Tbe letter now y wtll copt no oered to r ganrisatldn _ N, the strikers i 1w bshcants ofthls * .i abeast a state pomible ar the railway oicelsle *I oreb Interest In 0 :a nSow centre into "bt such efforts, W fbeaddrtss is. night. No taken by the of openipg pompany aid (0t y wbe d deds. .l(ey ed.cutitre fi , e hotr l'Ist hyt to come; I Sio help for it. If it now and return to bavlag been recognized A4,k Iit would be a bbt also for the S.t1k. traede asemblles and lkb O naalnfslon In the * Wefeel that the issue abs1, Anid now the present IIi, ~llwPt WM and the railroad qaTT ll walt ~...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 March 1886

~A f A~t )r I' . .· y'·m~ _ _ t ; · VOL 1.. E, L. T{" A IT 7 mr~ 1-w~ A `w I DAILY TE LEG APH i 1Ap. *esblEakRt, ýdoiir. V. *. TILLES, Publisher and Business MIanager. "11- ?-- --- "--- .....~ .. Lalesi NsWs. BY TELEGRAPH .... ---- --,--- Small Fire. JACKSONVrLLE, Fia., March 25.-A fire broke out in the St. James hotel yesterday but was extinguished before much damage was done. nobbea. GALVBFToN, Tex., archb 25.--7 News' Hrmpstead (Tex.) special samy Thieves entered the postofiice building here at an early hour Tuesday and carried off$210Q In money, and about $700 of it belonged to the government. A Concession. PITTSBURG, Pa., March 25-The boycott against the Evening and Sun day Leader, which was begun several weeks ago, will be raised, the pub lishers having conceded to the demands made by the Typographical union and Knights of Labor. ErxPresident Arthur Declines to Accept NEW YORK, March 25.-The Grant Monument association Tuesday re ceived a letter from ex-President Arthur declin...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 March 1886

Ge*. . t t. b smy ofJ our eltn sse who Odiie wI*te family In lpr ,,:mq . ro,ý, .t . -;i ea t Seut 0 eeri0 .4N;K*l alk I. W r al d ig ~la,et tIe thiGb ta ts irO will roa r "(lnhlut fa duller.s no pp - _ the CG osar Adtoci Of* Baton T)iUs fr in eid g4w rea tl se14 to f tov0ern sa A o 4 soo wbIebi w !dtati In hise 18t ta t be ts sines !arestle. oN omd abeo, of n er oLl rWPS. It bM e lndbo raoor tes msed that mlaS days inemTaees bcrmetvj M$ e0Pl dP1 st 0. to oveaerni. sad hilng to treoor that be has ald uasei on Ipp$he ryty Doadru Torexoeerei olf frst mord an Shis p o yscanse 4. te i b tha lots! beWnoat of danger.i ra ong ,agasenthw Olamos er the m oye: Denver and OW l Orleans radiI6ad, which was sold at auction on the r18th gta, was purchased by a trus teeor a tof Broh oklyn from Denver threeo Newllion Oreanse sad Osiveton, og8aderable exobnt prevails at dolls. It has bee that lastided Thurdao oo Snasber of the road undernte thername of then drilloanver, ed Gul the lower oad, and e...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 March 1886

a -PAY LOCALS, Ct Vtaolph's eight shaves for Hlberyan runs a dray i bar r public oonvenience, and .tends to a1 business given him. I ion to the delivery of baggage fl and to railroad depot and steamboat aig. i, 11 e rsons contemplating building `oalarl# tough dginse, upon uonaorti mse will fnd my prices for Sm4ber and shingles cheaper than any body's. Address F. VOLLMA,. , . 10 80. West Monroe, La. -wP TO SURSCRIBERS. : e Parites not receiving tleir paper reg'ilar i~f. will aBufr a favor by filing their com laints withthe business manager. - Neow Dress Ginghams at S. I Ki Meyer's. d Udited States Marshall, J. C. Weaks " .Is at the city. Just Opened an elegant Line of Hosiery at S. Meyer's. Mrs. Ida Jameson, of SBanta Rosa, r OCaliforoia, arrived in the city this . 1Ctorling on a visit to her father and , mother, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Conner. " Buy the White Sewing Machine, Needles, Oil and attachments for sale I by J. E. Behen, Agt., corner DeSiard : and Catalap streets. Mr. J. V. Ken...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 25 March 1886

'Ro Deputy sheriff " " . LAt ive eycott f r a4W , Marsh SS.-The three ex ,r s of the Kaights of Labor TuUyrdwelded to aem men of the city - sMesuiatle Library ball and :. i with them upon the situation any further measures -lt la In an extension of . b~ter railroads and other 00m tie, oommitteemen it p OSet Wtet three execu U9,' M aQ#ltes mow In session here 1 ' iI m[that the maeting in Merean eall Tuesday night will ISt I na sme actlon by the business `" mAfh 'll elty wblah will procure a ' useue I#ween a Kaniht of Labor Uoxle, and a sat of their grievances liu thet nothing in that  ieý hed some of their yarriaged will be put into - ,~The aret of these is under t1  iasotrike of the Knights of S Int tbi raUiroad yards in East SIJ.41ls aWd elseaentanees will then i . lp lps shall follow. oelil~ttmrs and transpor, ,.tof the merchants ex M.I City In a Joint meetink resolutions dema;nd -ponb the Missouri Sad the Gould South ap og f e iroade shall cease, "i . es -Uto this end, that ...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 26 March 1886

y A in t 1 : ·: T " 4 lsti _ ~t 1. i E, LA., FRtDflAY, mR f h 'Steted with the tigtheth $2 pet day for tsaothe Strike. 2 A .-The Times ; sU., e (tnd.- special sayr - $b th. ttare workers in four man. " " SeWi there stroouek yesterday. thayesbm 600. A Reward. SKorm'x r Tex., March 26.-Mayor 44' a reward of $1000 for 0a)1 P0e0on of the man who at. tepted to sminate him on Tuesday, Assigned. ` . ' I0eo, Oat., March 22.-W. F. ' Osrile' Co., woltesab e jewelers, of hbielty, have made an assignment. I-dbllfles $40,000; .assets nominally the sene. Will Speak for Him, LONDON, March 2G.-Mr. Gladstone has deeided to have the :programme he had marked out for himself in the ReMti of Commoatyesterday evening tried out depiji bis Inability to be present. Sir Wlliam Vernon Har eeart, chbseellor of the exchequer, will therefore speak for the premier and. will make the announcement Swhick . M. Gladstone had promised 9 to 'Make. Claiss the Body. INDIANAPOLIT, Ind., March 26. Mrs. James P~ Weaver e...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 26 March 1886

ilroad system. et r jtamted along S nd South road ' h that, tsey .t. p, i ,o000; Monroe tt fllp, I $1 ,6 total titag . it is imposible to C which the tl Ia,Y fl: itS s Myb , `aH%) abeea v, A fhb Voe was sooid for the h `' ` , " ,,i arantges the completlon of .0tP be' voted for; all FS hati*a a·d the K., N. & D.fit dratnty. Let the goodt Sl t which we take the follow the present strike: t yGod has shown himd self the h -S atet of a gigantic monoply, meoren of poeta tian the Osar of ur dale. He be.e. a IR eom oted for;gainwrng tud as tetoll - htttosands of honest agapleges to subsidise a portion of the gpils eo t *rol telegraph wires, se ute 4ldalnt tools to do hie bidding, IpbJeoheosorem8 blnself behind the OAerts of the United States."-goored port .. lim. t the workingmen havke the cause to ,g'alatlk there sean be no questiron. . Gould has mishllions made or thim ley then same workingmen. Now Sl ub es bsge have asked justice of t hbll he turns a deaf ear to their ap peals...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 26 March 1886

olphb' eight shaves &or COD s uraR  ugas s dray wi lenvenutence, and sen given him. a.t fthe delivery ofbaggage , re j e.ot. andSI steamboat. I ___ _______ Cra eOntm titg building . ' .,  i - sear -eabins, upon r myn prices fbr We*O* est Mon roe, La. Hals TO s$UUSCRIBERS. JOE ; not "041 0 heir paper re; 'lar agtheir comn .;. ,... ...,... . .. . o, °.- V T GhG*nghamus at S.  i i Putnai and troupe ex I8 .Boot, Kansas, lastT " ifi SLea the Mad Cap." S ., Tiovmpklse, late of Min fa ' Shreveport, is in the t . ' laIn t' of his work on b .'. ,',l .ý , ;,. z : . .. .... ,_ _.ef ',j t.i e" White Stewing Machine, in Ol 0I and attachments for sale yo ~Qi2JJ.' BehA ., corner DeSiard j ýa'ot * !lo irater agark-a fall of 8 in. m niltheAM Stt 'hours. S No Roet and. South railroad and E , l' AUpre.m questios have been and m eu . . et the sll absorbing topies of con. ne e"sation. Now let us not forget the d " rmeeatiug of- the Pres Convention in this oily in June next. J8st &pened...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 26 March 1886

Sdauties oi 9'end sel eN. coatilams S. Meadake f iM Seari, by 7n Mle "eated, MlaQbrt Pa. aid apon its a ad its em* each in to asdlt In re, t1Aada In the usual Tibet perated' +. ei3taur, and I he way of amid Sarm rallanee 0nse and laws hereby m all upod all tagt41a carrying out !tdainDaation, and o ibe .*hole power Ii it may be lawfully a me~-saie omer, it y and ts ser. I pton and to res- I that .may oppose al 5 srd of District As. fe * Sa 96, Knights of l' wMed an addreslr to the id Lo Land trades unions at - - Amerloa, Intended qi made by Mr. .nalght In regard is raload employee c ,AtirqIIuoting from at . @ould's se.isnee th  Ij lPlioyes upon, his Yb no :grievances to di n Oe address says: th tie press and worn to +l.rt is ugttqag griev 1 lag an opportunity 4 'krJ. Gould and his L( MtR offered through pa that represent us th meet him upon any Ti it; we have pleaded sit that we be heard. sub Mt Gould has turncl a Go .N OW before the world we i :hip to bher our complaints. Ij Swe ...

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. — 27 March 1886

s b .1 ý b!i t1 Sl 7 t. . , .ý, + ,; { .ý' ",ý,ý'ý,ýý ,ýr,ý' ia ý'ý ' °`7lbt^ a LA SATURDAY";~~ :oars 0fLab»r R6dit:d. BATiO , M Mr 27.-- At a a ~din:g Thursday iight ,, emphoyes . ioba'c, facturie tijsI at cor ftin thn h ours of i Lbo r d ithout a rd BUSLTiafRE, March ., .-. A mo7.-At a £n:'itting Th'urst tci'ght I.f euiplo8ra strikers mfactrehsd thiyesterday at o- thus iuUiriiCti(3U was, readi fv'm Gal l & Ac, 11,3 p e of Kig 50 peopold, red citheng the lie IoUrb of libor per dMdyMitlout a reoduc- ya this they o pay. a mfew arrt were made for Foreign. BRussE.L s, March 27.-A sob of he striktes marhed d yesterday to the eff palace of King Leopold and therer.. in a boden fromsang the "Mastrs." Beyond conduct. NoA Vterfedict orecit. . O.L EANs, March 27. .--pecIel to the Post-Dispatch from various points in Kansas and Missouri are to the effect at tha the Missouri Pacific offic Gels. Grohave at succeedharged in startng out freight trainsr In several ihavitances withoued that nrer...

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. — 27 March 1886

* .market off. i 4, a o w4l" ter II meo ather as. m ve, adt abis pity to woo l al lipest n a ititktm i athe bsdea u I 44* a.d they have to l3 sbtep ith avim band V aIt deservlq oft secess Bi iiW uAh rf mreadable in the ex. OQ iad, b eomparisoa in gp of resiee in,' the i14 9 te ] omive Nr ad 'those of New col arue d ilk .Lot , (eight added,) go and nt ,t. alo 'Modna 1W ta oar, eonal, corn, s Eo >,. ', d. sde l, n, staple dry I o ibAt . totl  l in the history of tat ' heSe beea a season when {k,^IQ~e" of all classes of be listie carried and such a toe ae~laqttempt made toward q, par t ikh farmtlgeountry with the pelf " tit Iem of life at a mhlnimum figur, put F 40re . We are aware of the 1that's thti are many who will not i.'b ve what Is contained in this ed litorial, and it is to these particu iug, that$we recommend a trial of our G market, that they may convince them selves of the truthfullness of our asser IUopa, irgat'leQ; that they will find Ta #qb ast ve represented it ...

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. — 27 March 1886

• + mdollar. at p 1 * lehe eight rhaces for - M0 - . V oj% ~ ~ar* y iss il to h kndtoars f8 irt cotbe mnyer.ieneo, and See tIt tenll s tot1 bu4) tois ss ef hiem. · ' -"- " -,tlo o the eollverv,.ofbegag, rl. to r.a, depot rhiid ft. ambnat The" Spaers '5n'u-fltiialting building Tre JFet ard uh cabinste upon -wtai .tn iN . urens i My prices -for er dl ilngites'e eaper than any- a y. ' Addre s ?'.Vo y A#M N leo' she · West Monroe, La. - O a-.cR .... b iartors not roeiving their paper regular- d t ly will oaofer faivor by flling their eomrn plintsb Wish the bsibahei manasger o. See elect1oo notice In to.dhy'. issue. BMr. Jo,, S. Boatner and fatily 4leve thrdsy on the Hanna for New Wh SThue Juthi Uloard, l the packel M heaving New Orlens this eveninhs g for be the Oun.ehiata. th Mrs. Julius Ennemos, r and family o Ir:.ae on' the Hanna to-day for New Orleans, their future home. Editor Mangum of the Richland i Beacon wants a good cow and offers a 40 acres of good woodland for one, .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. — 27 March 1886

ars ?'~" r." Ib .·.1. ·`to ,n~o I~ti .44 . !1 '- c+t ibo 1 'W I q.M 7 al :1 SI~~_f~l w lol 0000t imve pot ss eelSWM 01 Ulatepseclbr~ o rj~qiatdnapset ofsi abo, ftit hour b sodad~rneene toe '1'hlwy 4Isclaaiged } ' 1 1 Sdiepatell bring 1 boy6tt or strike." the Iaseter workman this q iraular to lay be% -te Qiaot condition of Sconiteths r physically nor ki s* of performing the `lf me. I am willing to k'b tat't not be asked to a fale position before the . One of two things either the local and b'blteas of the order must wha or I must be permitted to  position which obligates P e' ia. part before the public to our members. I say to  I)d thait the Knights of Labor ppve of or encourage strikes t ps day dispatches came to me t' Troy, N. Y., Manchester, 'i;:Olcso, Ill., Cincinnati, 0., Va., Spingfield, O., ,and Can. It is imposible for sature to stand the strain any M ust have the assistance of i or my most earnest efforts e ' . Will I have it? If so strikes ,e aolded and boycotts must b...

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