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

14,1 s, i . - ý5 . +ýý ' . -} 'ý M . . ýw _ .2 -dr i } k i o -msu; · ýý O O, A, yMTM x DAiLY TE LEAAuRH WAsI . the exai __ ficial to and we L l i NSRZU lSp ag receives Fathe i RyMa Dangeroasly III. S 1 Lou.8v1xjr, Ky., April 2S-.Father fore w Wen. J. Ryen,.,"the poet priest of the Withes BroSth," is lying eriteically ill with miteor brin fvwer at St. B nilfaee church, this causini ity. ptany's l --yeaerd Criiefa l kalpractice. Biusswictc, Mo, April '23 -The ay04wry s,.rrtrln.dg, tha death of 'l't LtUra :t rn, twho.. dead body was .1It 4 f -i liit Ieir ihe school ithouse in this iatl'I Goiy Ta'i I ly inrning, Las been clear- lI wVt, sat ,swy by th* verdict of the oro f er ner'4 j ary, who isetided that the girl's the In deat resultedi from criminal mealt id int praetiio u by Dr. J. L. Banning, of Ph 1y aitlitwry, Mo. Dr. Binning was union arrested Wednesday night at i.ili demar Ibury, but waived a preliminary before es tamir, tion, fearing violence sh mld will d hi raturi t..; i ts...

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 April 1886

The invit ,IW w 00 Ma ls of the late C rgsl . * uake qboys wa his sms to be x,,04,T 1. me S BeeWtsry of the Treasury he mo a lsl be 1 0,000,000 In three a ehe pi. be call maitures atl The business Men of Natches are tas Evidently of the renh reasury a that the clty a , Paris has 0 ,000 beer ter ree The hlmm mem m of Nachez are b COpt. T. O. Dowe a has been t- e ete o a director oft the OFrenchits 1aver ta Transportation Company to beverll the ol vacancy causednl e n 4th' Capt. tea red nA. BIg- Co dethly at Mobile lofast Monday. He w,000 beer ter on his way from Fort Grant, Ariona. w to New York to sere medicalee treted on meat for tumor o the bra iver all The closer t game of base bll of the season was played at Loulsville, Ky.; v Tuesday between the CMondlay. ts and mi Louieville'w York . There were ten dicalnin treat on played and the soose stood 9 to 9. oes ---......b.. meBangor Maine, is a prohibition cityall the law there beiog of an iron-clad -ab nature, yet one half of all th...

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 April 1886

_quo 'C. P. MELLEHit, Associate Editor. nest for I ' OJiclal Journal of the City of Monroe on MONROE. LA. APRIL, 23 1886. T CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. wit eat Qhave--Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for grei a dollar is all the go. vLtt L 09--The finder of an umbrella, with the owners name carved on the handle, J will please leave same at this office. W %NTED-A gentleman and wife or Iwo gentlemen as boarders. Nice roza, ; board good and reasonable. Ladies acnnrodated also. Corner Fourth and 8 Washiingtton streets. MRs. W. B. SM s H. 'OIRI. 1UNT-A Four Room Cottage. the Apply to MRS. BONAR. bre FOR SAI--Fresh Fish at Ferry Land- wit ing, IHENDERSON & MOSS. the )UNUD- bnnch of keys which the aid owner may have by proving propertyand payingehcarges. Apply at thisoflice. Cas - -- - --- -- co Cot TO SUIISCRIBERS. 00 Parties n ,t receiving their paper regular- eo0 ly will confar a favor by filing their com- ral plaints with the business manager., The river is still falling. fa evi Ie will ...

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 April 1886

T: .5ZU UMIOA__ 5sN11. A rai Wreekd Near Foert Weh preod Tremble en the s teeerI Paelie. ST. Louis, April 28.-Another step to- 7vhe tyartare of the atrik* -lg I ~b AfIbor apon the Mis alrl.Phelfo railway was taken yester daylioalng at ten o'clock when the 410Sw pi.es of the Missouri Car and Iboedi company stopped ;work and joha the strike in obedience to an fo err District Assembly No. 17. This m#ln I . len eoatemplat d aer al o IKts lights found that the companies were mspplyilg repair ns tal for the Missouri Pacific and Iron ountaln shops. where It is claimed by the strikem the new men are not sufalemtly skilled to make their maw tedal. A commitee from the Knights ailed upon the vleuprualdent of the 4U -g7-adt WIformed aim that na le ti ceammsed arishing repair ma_ teat Mth Miseeri Paeole and Iron Mountain companes their mes would be ordered out. The vices deu4t -'mpte thithesi two companies were among their best eustomers, and that they would continue as long as they were able ...

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 April 1886

-VOL:. INO SATUDAY : .... AfO..1 ONO, LA., STRDY APRIL 24, 1886 NO. 144 ' . _ . _ . ! .\ . . . . . . . .~· · i  . i ! . L i . . . . . . . , , , , , i " DAILY TELEGRAPH. tI .v.W. NeCRI IE, Editor. v. ,I. i'rtELMe. ObUshker and Basinaeb manage* Latest Nevs. BUrned. Naw YORK, April i.--The exten sive dlry goo, house of A gust, Bern helm & Baur, one of the largest in its lintes 'f h: dingsai to te United States halrnedl early this morning. No state ,ue at ,tf the los can be had at this haur, ital it Will be heavy. Plasterers Qtrike. SAN AtwTora, April 21.-The plass lrrs at work throughout the city all straek Thurelay, demanding $390 for eight heurs or $1 00 for ten hours work per day. *"- ---4 4j--- Dead. WrLrMIrOTOn, DeL, April 24.-Hoo. Wam, Whiteley, assoclate Judge of the luaprior 0ourt, died yesterday morn. I"r of hemorrhage of the stomach uftr a lingering illness. ,Foreign. BEarzi April s4.-Trade meetings are beldg teld dally for the purpose of agitating for Increased w...

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 April 1886

L,ýTAERAPH ,T- -- ae W. I.eInAtI. adites. MOlt OA APRIL, S 1886. The Bver sand Harbor bill Is making good progrm In the House. A telegram from Pittsburg, Pa., aye that since the introduction of natural gas Into that city, 10,000 addle tional men have been given employ , meat. A. H. Andrews & Co., of Cl1cago, the large manufacturers of school fur nlture, suffered a loss of $100,000 thresgh the fire Thursday last. lot, A. 0. Horn an old and higt ly respeated itizen of Merldtan. Miss., sad formerly editor of the Mercury of that city, died there last Wedueslay aged s1zty-elght years. The Herald aye that bets were made on the streets of Vicksburg that the Water In-the Mipimlsppl at that point would reabb forty.fve feet. The high water mark there 4 1884 was forty nine feet. Greece and Tlrkey are till on the war path. If the one gets suffilciently hot and the other hops Into the pot it will certainly be a Greecy if not pala table fan tall bird afaiir. - -- _ The editor of the Donaldso...

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 April 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. I'P. KEI:.t!i, Associate Editor. Offllicil Journal of the City of Monroe MONRfol. IA. APRIL, 24 I5s6. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Shaves-.Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar Is all tho go. OR()T-Tho finder of aR tnumbrella, with the owners nn,m carved on the handle, will ple:t.e leave samo at this office. T NTlED--A gentlemnan and wife or Iwo gentlemen as boarders. Nice room ; hoald gond and reasonable. Cosnnr Fourth and Washington streets. - Mas. W. B. SMITH. FOR RENT-A Four RoonI Cottage. AI, ply to AIlRS. I1ONAH. OR SALE,-Frsh Fish at Ferry T.Land g, IIEND SON& .O1.q. )UND-k .uned, of keys which the owner may have by proving propertyand pavylngeharges. ,-pply at thisofifice. TO SIUSCRIBERS. Parties not receiving their paper regular ly will confer a favor by filing their coni plaints with the businesa manager. K. of L.-Rogular meeting to- night. The churches will all he crowded to morrow no doubt. The boys and their eggs will hold the sidewalks to-mor...

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 April 1886

bD iAL! TEGRAPH oraoN, A., APRIL, 9s41886 iTs KAILMOAI BTBIE.. The gs heoroe bwriteltmen' Trou- i bl Raelndd. OlarAeo, April 24--At 2:40 p. m. I t erday the swltchmea's strike on I thelakeShorrailway Is at an end. t As order has just been Issued by t OthiruinaStabl directing the switch. I ami to report to the yardm.astcr in a berge of the Forty.third street yard. , President John Newell, of the Lake hereroed, has just said to a reprewen stive of the Assoelafed Press: ",We have aUlowll the old men to go back t at their ow request without any atlpilaeio whateveron our p:rt. The eight on-unaion men return to work along with the union men as formt rly in our employ. Men brought Iaerr, trom other elties will be put to work f In our yards here." The order for the men to return to work was telegraphed I froat the general ofoes of the Lake t hore company and within ten min.. rate the switch engines began to leave the roundshouse and the making up of trains was at once begun. The i blockade...

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 April 1886

+.ý ' - '"' ,J r", ý '" `'ý`s!i y d . `ri," i;; ,· .s ý;ý i ý~ ?4C-~ 4 -' T -. VO 1.UINROE LA NAye ,f4 2S ,88,':,", I u I fct Iit . ·' 18 145 I ;X A 91b~:~· . 1·I(f~ ii t, V. *TsIt,. ito, I Publi.kr r nad Ie u iiesea i*rim*r.+ A Foreiga nhtrike. RAIns a.l, April 24.--Prn stri.kd. italugurltd hby- the watchmakers of I 'Gmram u,t, In Eist Flandeis, is spreadt, f tng and becoming serious. Peinforep. a mt nta of ginlarPnes have bea'n sunI,. , Raid On Silver mimes. ANx AraNIO, Tex,, April 26- E isfre.utallun Is r(eelvFd of a raid ol In the D.rree Silver rhlntac at gallecIljo, d` in the State of Nuovo Leogi. These mfines are "ownld ty New York esapi as talits. The attack was smade at 1 fl o'clook Saturday morning. The men la were istastly in arm,, under the lead lel ot, ft. J. Bogaush, superintendent of be the mines, prepared to defend their Pu lives and p;roperly. 41pild furIg was kept up for at least an hour. Pifty aM eCl f ti4 rlecieI, uled tth charge wI .off oane oarst , the £ da ru...

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 April 1886

m.Hoptda, ate carpeter on the i ai t. JoA. , died at New Orldans ot urdsy. 6" 1ias terrltbly excited over the pe gl mada of the parish site of lips S. Pille, oily surveyor and a pnet eltis of New Orleans died in icity iday aged sixty-six Aa exchange suggests that an appro plae i~sin for a church In reed of mw-melo .lp t Wanted--slgersa In boir wlthb. meetlng of Master Masons wab t Valdlla, La., on Wedneaday ,4as and it was decided to organize a lodge at that plaos to be ealled Con, -ordia Lodge. The Presidet putthe eight-hoar law il opeat bte House; With so ltu asI enaniplie,. the roule is UkeIly 40 beae generally popular. All appropriations recomamended by the iver sad Harbor Oommittee for Lonualana rivers were adopted without objection by the House yesterday morning. An Iron towern 19 feet high Is to be erected on the grounds of the coming Paris International Exposition. The strupture will cost one million dollars completed. Capt. William H. Sargent, a pro lnent satamboatmen, di...

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 April 1886

P. KlItI.ICR, tokineinte Editor. itlainl JoeTual ol' the City of Monroe • MONRolCa [A. APII[,, 26 1886. CHtEAP COLUMN-PAY L.CALS. FOIt RINT--Co tntge olntal, Oinlr four rrnu,. Apply to J. WV. Meollrt gr ýýtate"-CZ m .t.- .. aºndol h'a eight shaves for Si, dollar s ail tbe Fg. Vt 'NTID-A "entle4man and wire or iwo gor,,tlone as boarder . Nice ro' m bordl in tod and reasnableo Corne , thPbnl ame Was'thlnKto streets. ... .s ,n. D. Dcae, FOR HIENT--A Four Rn m Cottag .O o e r b e R ,oS i. TelONA. l e ;s- :h,.k------. ,-- - owner may have by pr3ing propertyad wIetehargo-. . epply at thLioflice. TO BUI5SCRI~ RS. harties not receiving their paper regular. ly will oester a favor iRt filing their cont. pivnt wb h the businesm manager. The John Howard left New Orleans -utudlay and 14 due up to-morrow morninlg. We notice quite i number of coun I-y people in town to-day, and con-i sequente y busiUnrs is somewhat ia. proved. Ont of the e!cy street lamps, situated near the rre!denee of Mr...

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 April 1886

1.DMR IUSWK4 W4REL I The PsrideliSast sb-oupn the labor troubles bying bn fead by t; dlek, Mr. Springr of Illnda, moesl Its lederoce to the Committee on La bIr, l4 p etlois, tbWoft eeiidt, eeo wiiit p It by bbll or other, wise, on or before May 15. Mr. Buttsrworth, of Ohio, moved to sar the a to the Committee of the whole. Tl gave tio a debate in which the muggae was-warml.y -conmeaded by KyMe. Randl, ilcoreaey and othereL It was nally referred to the Committee on Labor with Iantructions to report upon It on or before May 15. Mr Voorees of Washlngton Terri. taoy,rlgll to a question of privilege, old the dUwlq res oltlons I lsse -, T'hette Committee on ales inhe euSd so nqudtre whether Hou. D. wtt.or any other ex, meber of the oule who has availed hlmnulf of the pvrivles of adaissiol to the door under rule 8i,  tnterested a agent or attorney tar ay railroad torney for ay railroad or other orporation, or s Interested In any laim r bill pending before Oongrees and to eport to the Hom...

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 April 1886

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., TUESDAY, APRIL 27. . 8 NX. :146 DAILY TELEGRAPH. V. N. i'KII.EI, Publibher and Iullusiness Manager. Latest Ness. W1ill Disaram. PARIS, April 27.-It is officially ,an nouced here that Greece, yielding to' Ihe arlvi ce of France to refrain from war, will at once disarm. Dead. CINCINNATI, O., April 27.-Solomon T. Biaker, who has been ticket agent for the Little Miami railway since 1846, dl. d yesterday. Assigned. VicKsusBR , Miss., April 27.-H. H. Kain, dealer in fancy groceries, as. signed yesterday. Assets, $5000; Liabilities, $9000. Preferred creditors, $5000. The EIght lour Agitation. ST. Lours, April 27.-The cont rack tors and builders here to the number of 150 recently organized to tayke some definite action upon the eight hour agitation. Mr. Frederick Swain, the chalrrman of the committee appointed to investigate and report upon the advisability of the adoption of the abort day plan said yesterday morning that the builders generally had .agreed to considr ei...

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 April 1886

DAILY T~hEGRAPI a. w. mUo HIM. NUts. MONRON, APRIL, 27 1886. Cameron parish makes a good shqw Ing, the tax colleetor of that pariah having already paid into the State treasury all except nineteen dollars. In Connecteiut lands upon which pine trees were planted afew years ago are now worth$100 and acre for its timber. The tilegraýb is a wonderful inven ties. A cable message can be sent from New York to London and an answer received in the short space of six minutes. It is iestimated that the people of the United States expended upwards of $9,000,000 last year for imported pre cione stones, such as diamonds, emeralds and the like. gamm emmmese The oldest and largest tree in the world Is a chestnut at the foot of Mount Etna. The eircumfere nce of the main trunk is two hundred and twelve feet. The Picayune of Sunday says that the committee of arrangements of the Knights of Pythias have selecter: the Illinois Central Railroad as the odficil route to Monroe. There Is but little prospect o...

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 April 1886

C. P. KELIE. , Associate Editor. OHileinl Journal orf the City of Monroe MoNroyRt. LA. APItiL, 27 1,86. CHEAP COLUMN--PAY LOCALS. FOR RRNTo-Cott.te n'o,,tailing four rooms. Apply to ". .. lof fouol. Shae-,hao. Randol St Randoipll'R eight shaIea for dollar is all the go. I\TIED--.A gentleman and wire or wo gPsltleleen as Ioarders. Nioe room ;.. hoar. iood and reaaohlabl " Table bosrcloei esn.onable T, Corner Fourth and Washlngton streets. Mrs. W. B. rnr LR 1RNTT-A TPnr Room Cottage. Apply to MRR. RONAR. oF.UNDt hnncl, or kvav whicl thr Fowner may have by proving propertyand C Payi~gcharges. pply at this office. TO SUlJSCRIERRI. Partie not reoeiving their paper regular ly will onfer a favor by filing their comn plaints with the business manager. The proceedings of the City Council will appear in to'morrow's edition. T -- ----·. -9 .... The John Howard, for Camden, willlerrive at our wharf this evening. Ouachita Fire Company No. 1, will hold its regular monthly meeting at Keller's H...

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 April 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH MONRo LA., APRIL, 27 2m Investigatnag The Strike. WASHwRINOx, April, 26-The indi eations now are that the select com mittee charged with an investigatlon of the Southwestern strike will* not leave the city for St. Louis before Wed neuday next, as several of the mem bers are interested in matters likely to be aeted upon In the House during the early part of the coming week. The Interior Department has re ceived from Joseph P. Weeks, special agent and expert of the (ensus Bureau his report on trade societies of the Uni ted States for the year ended May 31, 1880. Mr. Weeks speaks of the great difleulty experienced in obtaining Ins formation on the subject, and says, for this reason the report is not as come plate or reliable as was hoped. The report says: Of the 2440 trade societies of the United States, of which the low cation was learned, 620 were in Penn sylvania, 252 Ia Ohio, 226 in Illinois, 18 in a New York, 149 In Missouri, 122 in New Jersey enad 117 n Massachus ...

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. — 28 April 1886

OL. 1. ONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY APRIL 28 18 . " 147 VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL" 28, .. .......... -47 DArLY TELEGRAPH. ... \ " , -- --= Basinen tanagier. -- ' . ... ... . L.  ' T , y dT d. < SPSINGFIELD, Mo., A tril 28.-Geo. Obeham, the wife murderer, was lynched here by a mob at an early h/ur yealerday morning. Adausted. B alon, AprU 27.-Tae direrence be, tween the Cambridge street railroad and its employee has been adjusted upon termw which practically concede to thIe-demahd of the men. I|steriatl Meeting. VAsIrrNGTox, April 28.-The first s sdion of the second annual meeting of c the American Historical association t was held in the lecture hall of Colum- I bian university yesterday morning. President George Baneroftl, eminent American historian, delivered the ad dress of welcome. Labor Meetings. ST. LOULSAprl 15.-An unusunally large number of labot m4d6ings, inelu. ding the Central Labor Union and the I Amalgamated Trades, which embraces a good. many separatt4...

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. — 28 April 1886

DAILT TEIEGRAPH Q. v. Erlea a m aeriý. hi MONROE, APRII+ 98 les. a A 0BlQflOW-IisOWIOS POPLLA-. TItO. al The number of voting population so P1 Srelagistered is 820 against 487 for the It eity In 184; this allowing five non *e gtes to one, would give Monroe a smtr population of 1600 aganlst 2400 et -n1R4." Monroe correspondence of it , sieport Times. T, Si X Trar aa cannot under any ci esltad amea s allow this to pam un o notined. The census of 1880 gave Mon t roo a population of 2119, and we defy * the tRdr of the communication to tc propv thatMonroe behas lost any of that populatime alueo the taking of the e s of 1100. The writer may feel t sore, but he should remember that this nethod of detraction will not raise him in the i itsation of the people of this city, who are laboring amldously b to advancew r future welfare, and, to the disgl tledt, We san only say that f matters as th stand at present do not satisfy them, they should at least a remain slilet and not brlng themselv...

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. — 28 April 1886

SATLY TELEGRAPH. (' It' K I:lAIR, Associate Editor. ''fliinl Jontrmal of the City of Monroe \I')V R)K. [,A. APRIL, 28 1886. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. FOR RENT--Cottage containing fourl It. I'o,llq. APltly to J. W. MC'oRRMIK, Sbuve( h. 1 ndolph's eight shaves for ,+ i, L,",r ,4 allthe go. SNTED-A gentleman and wife or f Swe gentlegmen as boarders. Nice r ,Ont i; I+Ord rood alnd reasonable. Table Inrdois, , e 'Rol(al,le, f Corner Fourth and Washington streets. t iIas. W. A 8rrn F01z PENT-A Four Room Cottage. I Ply to MRS. BONAR. 3UND--. bunch of keys which the owner may have by proving propertyand payingcharges. A pply at this office. ---- ----- - -- - - To sUBnsCRIJmUas. Parties nt reeliving their paper regular- h ly will confer a favor by filing their com- a plaints-with the business manager. a What has become of the Monroe public Library. I Clark Brother's Circus passed through the city this mi rulng and will exhibit I at Fouche, this parish, which place is I about 8 miles northea...

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. — 28 April 1886

. O.., IA.. A .rz, M 85 The fol lowlg letter from ex-Prel SGdet Jedmgson Davis of the lateBouath sa Caeusdeae to f. W. Pope, °of MuahdlU, PTexs, Ia which Mr. -Davi I gives his Vews as to wheat legolatIon might be adopted to brin about bar. ojnr idt ealty of sation betwee edpital ald labor, has just been made paeie; I8VyOIra, Mi., March ob , 1886. tohb. We. - . pe: * A r M r-:-Fally apreciating the eolapilleat eonveyed by your request or ams ewr to what leglelatie might be eadeped to aedjet the conflict now godnl e between capital and labor, I ag e that' the compliment is so little gdag . The old, old war between espllt aind labor has alled forth the best lateleets a Earope. It has distur. bedirmaes, overthrown govenments plodeSad imiey, and crept from the wreak without solving the problem. WiHth eeoMt is In Its incipient I state, d happily It may be that I semethang may be done to check 14s growth. BIlaterest and free comr, petitie for labor will, whenever lat. r ma arebandant, ...

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