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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 10 April 1886

h s "A l r·-w r n..a ". ·.cvailfl~ .1.k IMNROE, LA., SATUY~DA:Y i i TELEGRAP W: ;:. Lditolr' 1 OT, sameI :'+ 1, TEl.t.FA, Publisher and killen _ , .:- - te>eIt, a ger, .lve l rifles a twiug SThe Irish Government. . LuND3 , April 10.- Che newspapperS ahuri b hroitghlt Great Britain and Ireland tt1 e ,s$,rnMnt at greo.t length on Mr. Glad- c,,rfes stone' scheme for Irish government. Cause The Irish Lend League. look S BUPPIAo, April 10.-The Commer eigy S t etil pbblishes Interviews with James that {Mooney, ex.presldent of the Irish them t, National Leaque of America; Rev. by tong '" ther Cronln,one of the leading mem- plas beow of the League; Ansel M. J. Smith, thou S Ik9esldent of the local branch, and eual other prominent Irish-Americaos. tbra They all cordially Indorse Gladstone's f *Iroh policy. coat dent "; No Floods Anticipated. his CINCINNATrr, April 10. During the terd eight hours ending at 10 o'clock yes lowi terday morning the Ohio river has peel risen only two inche...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 10 April 1886

k .at Ln ke au f 0)0 barrels f ý,bt hAve a comi of 050,000 has Q 01 .Breat was elected cW tre from the 4i by an over Si rodiled of Thurs gwg deerr were t:g t '. . market there I t sttat d at I ý ýthe Eveatog r 1 tedby Col. A. f a by J, H. 3iililand as L *i1 hiide its appear- a eW days ago a condem Re .s preslous to the hanging, t to pull around his hat for con ' to defra the expenses of is body for burial to an Scounty and sucecedefi iun o a uef pm a crow d of 5000 per ., ,h orl arbitration bill passed the 8Mturd.ay. t was so amend a t - ,embers of the tribunal of are to receive $10 a day for tkthe qt sy employed, and that * $100sbhal a paid out at teasury to defray the expenses of any single arbitration. The vote t yete, 195. mays, 29. ise indlaa Hs Times says Master Workman Powderly is to the Knights of Labor what Parnell is to the Irish Home Rulers, and regrets that he can not be distributed around generally ameong the labor organizations so that his excellent judgment migh...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 10 April 1886

--ý Tt . ......... \'P~1;: (i~4 LA. APRIL,, 0R LW c'A~R CCOLUMN -PAY LC Att.,S 41t RaEN '--)ne Hoemo, furt;lahed ortin t' tllished. ,Keant .tiltroadt shlops. Ap lly a' thid otmes. "htit'.s- (hai-. I Rdolopta'seight asater ftri 't , Ioila is i l the .Pf* L i'. -Thoe finder of an umbrella, w'th -.tlhe oWner, uame carved on the handlie. will plea.o leave aname at. this oticea., ti bbltc a f nitena, and fpitniidally toda to L11 iissbaiee given himn. Hpecdlr attelntbt, to the delivery ofbagelge front and t,. ralronad depot and ateamtboat lAnding. ST 1cYI)-tne 'rnarried couple to VYIictref. M. 1. MELIDITF;. F ICf: T- ltrwaii thin floomua - .lPtdy to AIs. [ONAH. Of:)I .'A! .i--Frosh Fi'sh at Ferry Land. ng I .HENDEIRSON, MOSS. 'rTO otBlllCRIBntl Is. Pa tien u .t roe'iving their paprt regualar-i ly will .itnrc a favor by tililg their cnm plalints with the tusines tanalgor.4 . K of L.--metting to-night. The most heads were seen on Hab. eyan'a dray Thursday-election day. Mr. N. P. Cook re...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 10 April 1886

t U4 . ", wo r t i  t they say. owtge fhatd ad W aSi. froiarentd o wew  o tfrom, d te ran oetdeputle of the water. Ouart j ;·~ffd~iiprj~.r · ~ l oe ti 'at each their retreat. '%CPaeter. ~ nectin "I th trikers "aterworks laborer one is r Iq th ibt i.,the head firat vc b y die. ties on shot in the back Was f .e~teded. bridge Mod ot on the bridge not ye' compa V iedBBION nunder tant.O oo attack upon and e' , bt were excite isa bridge, near Meb 'Nasbvilld yards ee , wher when i n i ener `i when, without B. BI . f- lt provocation, bor, w s now ttendi and at a t the figwd ibeg rmade , " rreamsing to all direc. Irig , p.tij es ran over the the c towards the Missouri the owartd the Missouri tLill holding their rifles S o ctovr their retreat, sent fLr 'lNa. wn by the strikers who tlh*,flo gMard* Bed the former re- first " ý . ti t uagISr their dead. They since :S Pat Bristol and Oscar Washing- no ii gm the Vohokle bridge and, were and mwben picked up. John Bohman pay _-;p: lso founad o...

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 April 1886

'·I . !· ;4/ .. rrl% -· · -I bt tv," - ---_---- - - - .:--. M N D Y , AP I .· ·; . ~ ·· 2 VOL., 1. lROE LA., su DALL LE GRAPH. ,. r V. N. TEIrS, Itabliher and t h 4 I The The Moulders Unsonl. Cu PITrSnUR , PJ;, )ril'12.--W illtan. Yat C. R sy, President of Moutlers' U.ion cap N.s. 14,o-un of the .ol t in the coun- reqt try, in an Interview Saturday, stated co attt a M#1emea WF ,it foot to turoll ene the members of the Moulders' Union orif under the tldtnerk of the Knights of T Labor. A document advancing such nez a proceeding is now in circulation, and has it is expected that before the year is up, out the nalon with its 100,000 mem con bers, Will enter the Knights of Labor A I in a body. th Foiled Cracksman. P HILADELPUra, Pa., April 12. The.; i pes at a the UaIte4d Statee It mint haVe been greatly exerclacd dur= pre log the week past over the alleged discovery that a plot was forming thi among a ember of ]Kew York emqags- rel men to rob Vte vaults in that Institu- ig lion. Thg...

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 April 1886

** V. Vlter. 709 f ort, SQS, APRIL, 1s 1te8. me a . ---out i . a.uraga WITH A LEVEL own .;~ouamaulealao a plaea io Ni thatthe people of Alex- ofA p Dot be placed in a false be Sthe pInny-line writers till Vs md a£ on "squirting" A le os before the public. you '-; llUb 4dutl effdrt to get a fact the IMeS It the 1mnds oL some men, es- -a 'd' :#a! the words "progress" in t1 gat*5 eWd- with it. At this get gg ýi; pe of Alexandria are higl Sta v mill tax to assist nto E Sft theotualnus of the 'North to in d #tradlghtam. I will not speak rigt rdtMh barsm sand dladvantages of off pe , ~W Wll~ rW fersalsoleereheads" will 4,,4--- tat" people to progressive her gan rosern countries, towns and edtle. The talk of this Ave moll tax, by the Vk Sdumas of the' al3pqeh of ,ltez aemrash, ohas hiafid oPIougoUt the Wh entire parish, sa to Jadei from some commulioatims, published in your paper, has about prepared some of the il writers for a lunatic asylum or an ovE idiot's home. gre They seem 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. — 12 April 1886

fC. I. ItKI,,itR, Assaeelte Editer. 4 Melal Jatrnal ol' Ie CAy of oeatee ,MON ROE. LA. APRIL, 1 1f88. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. II FOR RENT-One Room. furnished or nn furnished. Near Railroad shops. Ap ply at thi o0mfe. Shaves-Ch.a. Randph's eight shaves fbo a dollar ile allC P p , T OST-Tbe finder of an umbrella, wit L the owners name carved on the handle, will please leave same at this ofle. at ra -red sryan runs a dray from ansd to railtad depot and steam landing. tk NTbN' -One , srmuried, couple ft board. M. L. MRERDITI. pa OR RENT--Furnalhed tooums. OR SALP-Fresh Psh at Ferry Land4 ing, HENDERSON & Mos. LJ edh]nd r. `na l A wtr Id rwlly leer lug same at this Offee. Number of .ozed key 677. TO SURSCRIS.RR. Parties not reoeiving their paper regular' g ly will confer a favor by filing their oom, plaints with the hlsluns masnger4 Judges Gunby and COlinton open t Clrcuit Court at Lake Providence to day. _ The party who mds us a commUn- a ication signed : *Anm Upholder," mul send u...

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 April 1886

f''i I WI-. yt. wo 4tro b ";'a~i· h·· kI"ru uesI - *iAll 1,4I of 11 th WI Y301 ti '9 Its ards 13 mllght i'~~~~ WI".;i~~;R.U lodedk hr out, bat its r It was the rvid plp Sdetroy the Cairo shop and round t bonse of the Oairo road, ad thoe esat ed.tiop alaone prevetll p a e v 10lef dread this e prote ctlo n of illea of railroad cars from the torebh b 1nV V nlugIw p Iat ,ppeton or: 0 on' 4ZZ " dd' 'O· larger. +of troops than now on the grounds. Titi guards are widely asep rate* and arj in small delbehlents., -sm' iilnstration of the predoednlaat dellng the Cairo Short Line company -ii be compelled to send its yard U 1 tl' uies-opt fritm the city to eseape the boycott which toe hotels dava' boarding houses are threatened lf /; . harboring any men non.. 01 . The coal miners along the bitgeh line qf the illinois, and 8t Loub 0 A nreumber, have gone out, carry tegurpose of the Knights of ap carrying the ght Into that The troops arrested one man in the al)hort Line yards who refused sit t...

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 April 1886

-,, 1' 1,. (OL 1. , L. TtOY i.*1. S; ilot the ereotion of a l~triT atl S'Ill.. ( c.or4 5g jotlkto plan pro, -el riousgy tlat e wlt lt r it nevp i. ilras nbhio l falling p7 ,: . l tor. Trains ° rased 4ai" of the cenotr passenger Watk .., p o sedr c n eln attes, of Jtestr partf Was . n wt ppanted by the governor "idi Un of the Sepah rme 4I rt OinI place d t 8h4gee o arosh oebese term baa a'r ' i' " " plslo sav~ge and Lieutenthe 'Zlobards and L evet4 mandsl g Mr United StalrQ UN a N prsdd oqhthroug the city yesterday moraldg lt1i ' . 1t , to i 8 t0.a triitle, FlN haro `; ý ja b#laurge a tYt A te lIn. . e... , who will be a ed is Fort SEarlep. They "jp WOrtablor c h6 cptured i peaGr. Arreageat West has ofa wide 6ted 'eddy: ,; lg8 April 10th, was M 4,888 The tl Issue duritng the orimpgal erod i , of ast year was ;4948. The shlp. P meaIe of fractional silver conla since r April I, amounted to $112,0 i5. ll Maaniaap ,Y.a : - SDr. Hamli t6o sHet8etrgt g Admoilog WaS a little better yes...

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 April 1886

4q th) i4 whiqh htre states ae lilri pri ahre new Sas es' on the North qg tionl--anod s3cur ·. I r orns an election, aslt lttle Irouble TIh movement be saeys J a(- 4 stronger every day. XI 5 4 i pta p letter from the. e ia 0 hr ft . endoraintog t Ohe M" s ,hSi when con. mesme by, the enetruetion of the ' gi}lem l tuosward developing elm, , t;k e overeot also a. a~r' tati he will do all In his pwral to aid within eoopstitutlonal iialikb ' Yars Y0sy Truly. Wx. X. SoLzTT. Thefs leolnd of spistotIa sport will odoudet send with~l eeSaesiht1(lllw% lag dlppge irom ~# Ne, Orleans FiLayma otf p0$t: There ws y 7hta exhibted lnt he French Mrket a lage fish caught in the 3alf of IMexloo, on the snapper banks, o0wbhe off the Jetties, by Mr. Go'D.. D)agdod, a fisherman for Fieleb & do. It is of the variety known smopg fishermen as a Jew fish, but be~og to thle family of groupers. Its toomlrte paa e Js Promicropa GQase. Tbh Jew fsh is a black grou per,Eluaephelas Nigitas. It is usu ally f...

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 April 1886

'" . 1 ".'" t b UM --Py LOCALS. -- " e' . df Room, furnished or un- e  erRld." N RUt'o shops. Ap-r e .Radolph', eight shaves for S`phi flnde of an umbrella, with wn s ee sanme carved on the handle, wll ple leSave mne at this office. -I _ an runs a drayw paies i od to t delivery of bag age anited lto rahrd diepot and r steamboat lORrd --Iag.b tss d Rooms. ' &pply to HR8. BONAR. JI.a][LoT. esae ish at ~erry Land . ", bu r O t CaRlBON e MeOss. aOUND & bunch of keys which the O-f may have b provin propertyandRe TO SIJUIICItI3IDPES. 1Partles not receiving their paer regular- I ly wit! confer a favor by filing theLr oom plainta wltb the business manager., J. E, Belen Jr., a fine youngster, arrived at the family residence Sunday morning. Capt. T. C. weeny and apt. J. W. O arlonware both on the Howard this trip, but Capt. Carlton gets off here to take command of the Josle W. A Nobby and Elegant Line of Spring Neckwear, Just Re ceived at the Star Clothing .HoRse i.da, I he' .i...

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 April 1886

''/;x p April 18.--The MIBMt-isb e4iM contin mell. Albt ead ir "untd M et s hav jsldil since the incendiary alVt . might, sad it l repprt 0Ubt ,.r, esOater between the mill. y _ up ilmaiebrs w ll oear. Tbhe *ietgorad, b  eove, over the s preplrty' was observed ye.s anm sad the visgilanes of . td has IMnso way been relaxed. I ~ Loe, April 18.-The cases of SOs . carry Jdge advoste of ..I MemlehIy 101, Kntghts of La-. ' i d lA" O sit other Knights who Stwo weaes ago for eb ldtU s ld iastelenag with S al taQtuu the- M msfl Pacise Me eup befoes Judge Hortor !f Qdl~ .of lm Correction afd afte the hearing of tee. iwarm taken under advisement, pewlerday wartelephoned from 'Jt.Louis, that yard and switch., thethe io nd Milmdeppi rod p ~ med work In a body. .: Ao In the East St. Louis r air of Friday last was con Syeterda and up to noon more "t a doeta' witeegs were briefly No new facts were devel. All- the tstimony given was of S tehaor al that of Saturday. wte we chiefly railroad M...

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. — 14 April 1886

OL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 188&: . ;..··~, · .& I ei I*LY. TELEGRAPH: i1i. w. Ia L,: t Business Manager, -e s "Y. lTEL t r _P t ' '"' - = : ... .. -  I ' '/ -" - Dead. I Nto ARA FALLS, Opt,, April 1d.- .'J. It. Arnett, aged 70 years, super i -teodent of the American Express I :-)mpany, died yesterday from the ef- 4 ~41ts of a stroke of appoplexy. ELicided Nxw YORK, April 14.-A well known broker of this city, Dennis C. "Wilcox, committed suicide at his home by shooting himself yesterday: His .mlnd Is aid to have been disordered. Se was 67 years of age. Sent to Jail. GIALVESTON. Tex., April 14.-A spe ,-latI to the News from Sherman says 'Joln D.Lsaawe has been brought over fltm De1nlion and placed In the cosaty jail on a charge of having robb .e the Wells, Fargo Express Company of $4,100 while acting in the capacity o. messenger. He waived a prelimi nary examination and in default of ball wis sent tojail. No particulars of the case are given. About Secretary ...

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. — 14 April 1886

0 RRaoW PatPL, 14 188e. M S I OWN WITH A N1 OR Y. " iV5s b bulO K stbired, Just s Wh ite oouse, in Wash been suspended under . eces. The house f,tor Mr. B. H. War d O., the .millionaire vmstiag lirgely in reat 8ome years ago Mr. Wars gi a pianuiunlrer In Ohio, and "Wee" ibMi ':r 8avilg plenty of vitaeg setood firm, and the I t, h r raised. He sold his tallsS' ettIi down to live on " his a Opming to Washington he ·~' e1ýitr w1h the city that he ge and then decided to bh r, a rVel resideue here costing 1 e . t heo hoagiwas aboie the lidatioas when the Bricklayers' aionl heard of the old boycott In Ohld, and they immediately stopped work and placed a bo"Ylt4p thb ouil. .41g. The following wr 1 e remedy for the casu of poisonous stings or bites is so simple and harmless to use that no one should hesitate to give It a trial if occaslon ojIbss 'A "Plaln.Faimer' writes to one of our exchanges as follows: "It is now twenty years since I learned that sweet I oil would oure. the bite of a ...

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. — 14 April 1886

C. P. lERMER, Associate Editer. Oclial Journal of the City of ajoe MONROE. LA. APRIL, 14 188I. CHEAp COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. FO RNT-o"Room, furnished or un, e,,.rhed. Nea Rilroad shops. Api ply at this o ue.o. A TThe finder of an umbrella, with ,ithe, owner namne carved on the handle, will plema leave a" at this ofioe. enially business loven him. eelattention to the delivery of baggage from and to railroad depot and steamboate landing. 8 O BO I. al3 y 'Iwologap h. FOR ENT-INW ished Rooms. O Apply to MR8. BONAR. FOR SALE--Fresh Fish at Ferry Land Ing, .R R ER N &.M088; OUND- 'bunch of keys which the p owner may have y proving pro ertyand by Pr~vln¶nat this ad TO 8URSCRIBERS. L Parties not reoeiving their paper regular Iv will confer a favor by filing their com- |L plaints with the business manager.; --- - - . . . . . ---. The United States Court convened yesterday in this city. d The Early Bird burned Monday in the Cornie. We have no particulars. S A Nobby and Elegant Line v ofSpring...

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. — 14 April 1886

N . r JAW ýf t ,1 '4 4.l -tk t.ywsl .Cur iulcp· '-flw -t~r ~3C "e 'l~, kIss mal* & n Ull~ji , e Iggfu~ 6py*i ` mmsii thi L Osm-·ut4~v4Sils'pssp- ·te bq~ aotthl. HkrrqIIdththa hd not Sttss,- - longer, o t s useo . then you ord"i alagat everything, I eat itt irtegtou, so I teed Ex gCttlog food." dull, not seeby what tok t¶IsiIug anyone could hold prim fbr the strike at E set l I hayse no property on that Cea eNriver, mld 'he; no interest se a4 s o part in the management goe tity of the roads centering thereon. firm Sý--fair, * . HOXIIWS HiSiORY, 1no0 Wli ilestler Came to Be a Bail- tug toa4 Presidoit. f, yel pbta-Times.) ,- oiie, whose nion'e hiU s l'- pLi is neWapapers ao protlin nily pril 'the 1t few days as the muana atiJay Goold's, Western iutereis, rs, Fint Vice Psealdent of the a"' stem , has had an iutert st. . e iwe a poor boy in P.Ilk Iowa, at the time when Inlumi- $ . ;JQIIng into the S' ate. 2r by the name o Mitchell, in ' eabatry hotel about ten go. oel Pine, , beca...

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 April 1886

OL. . MONROE, LA., TURSDAY, APRL 15, VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., TRURSDAY, APRIL DAILY TELEGRAPH. V. M. TELLES, Pabl isher and Ban*'s (Kad . BY TkELEGRAPH Irish League Statement. DETROIT, Mieh., April 15.-The re p'rt of R v. D:. Charles Relily, lreass urer of the Irish National League of Am "ric., for four weeks ending April 10tl,'ha4 been made public. On March 13th, there, was on hand a balance of $21,465,73; and the receipts since in Creased the amount to $69,8957 70, O April 8th, a draft for $58,602 13, was sent to Pq4rnell, leaving a balance of $11,283 0. Demand an Advancein 'Pay aind Shorter Hlours. PIT BURG, Pa., April 15.-The fur. manulacturers have received Y$. 6 that cabinet makers and uph ol~ter demand an advance of 20 per cent on all piece work and a re. duetion of daily labor to eight hours per day ton and after May 1. The movement is not confined to Pittsburg, but is general throughout the country. 'M`tnuitelurers interviewed say the de mand will be granted and the price of fu...

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 April 1886

gpEWoN, raPU 15s 1s80. : ýýdý',*YOA T11AKINK {ý ,  'Jd1fk0*g ýRrpeI&t h t'he' f.lg yli , Will Wraverse. News, published in New ia, PhLadelphi.] of syndlcate that tiL Lou ana, Arkanses & aiiadi, which it is pro m Fort Scott, south to Bastrop, Ls., tl Ouaolilta to tene by way oflAlex Orleans 'have been in v e>tob in which they are l tpapltaL- Tbos. who sw Ceol. L. L. Bush, 0 r,", Pa.; H. R; M. Whitman, Ia 4. A4A.tarris an@ So RIH. BRle, of Fort Scott, The sroad is intmla connect dIt{ t=be XssNsN wa at Fort now being Seot awthwqet of Kanass ta_ N uebreha to Blsmarek, Dak. The seed L beinlgbuilt by the syndicate of w ~ abIh I, at the head. The a .loteio wdi drawn ton the Ol fesoLkn f, and the party satmed has been Inspecting It and gathbing information as to the topo gn-apy of The country and Its agricul tuirfI a other rgso urecs. he Indfcate of railroad builders is 6dmposed of twelve ;or fifteen wealthy .aepltaHlet of Pennsylvania, who have p-a~o*Ilefr ploney in a ...

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 April 1886

C. P. KRELBR Assotiate Editor. Ouelial Jaournal of the City of Monroe MONROE LA. APRIL, 15 1886. CHEAP OOLUMN--PAY LOCALS. R RNT-ne Room, furnished or an.. ply ae. Neart Railroad shops. Ap ply at this omee.. Sleka-eIdh. Radolphba eight shaves for Sdollar rasuthe p. OST-The finder of an umbrella, with the owners name carved on the handle, will please leave atpte at this om e, ,, o boin, given him. eal atenton to the delivery of baggage from and to railroad depot and steamboat landing. FOR ITDR aly TeJle raph. RRENT-Paralshed Rodms. Apply to MRS. BONAR. FOR SALE-Freah Fih at Ferry Land ing, IHENDERSON & MOSS. FOUND-A bunch of keys which the owner may have by proving propertyand payingeharges. Apply at thisofifce. TO SURSCRIBERS. Parties not receiving their paper regular ly will confer a favor by tiling their com plaints with the business manager.j See notice of bunch of keys found. The Josie W., Is at the wharf losd ing for the Bartholemew. Our young friend Barney Sugar has gon...

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 April 1886

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