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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 5 May 1886

VOL edi IMONOE SLA, MA 53 VOL. 1. MONROE , LA., MA '5 188 N. 153 YOL. 1. MONROE, LA., ,re2l 11 MAL. ;5, 1886 NO. 153 DAILY TELEGRAPH. t.. . w. 4i4%e.t' E ditor. , t V. f. Prl.kl8a. a'bi h an Ca lausiness Manager. Fatal Altercation Among Irothersl MILWAUKE, Mey 5. -A specia. to tha Seentinel from Green Bay arinoun4 ona a fatal qu trrel between three broth ers, the Delandes, near that city, Ap altere ttion over property interests 'lMl i to a ,bttle among the brothers, during a which one was pounded to death with a heavy chain, and another fatally stahbed. The Texas State Capttal. GAALVSTON, May 5.-The Mallory steam ship Comal, from New York, arrived in port with about 60 or 60 stone cutters from Scotland on route to A'stin, Tex., to quarry stone for the ( netcapitol building. Knights of labor in this city v' vn of this from a telegram from New York Sunday tructed the Knights of Labor ,ibstitute proceedings for the ,n of the stone cutters, and to the district authorities of the e and ...

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. — 5 May 1886

-. ·-- .......,,.. - DAILY NrE ExAPH CONORKSiIOIAL HUMOR. lqpIesentatite Rendetson of Iowa ItAtw nmede i Seree attack, is a speah I tip e, as the Soth and in his nremqi p ziltred ftO `4Pr. mitative Norwood of Georgia in no tary language, We annex from the coacluding portion S'es rejoinder, with the t t hot, slnce Pacto Daloth 'speech bhas In the House exhibited so e i o"*sad raesm, or been re bch favor a lad b t-I idre of Scotland has fatu. Zh so exeample that is a Z o m extest, of the gen. tIe I owa "*The Wisali of thMW athausted his genius in prgelaing tho obaratep of eapMin Dlgetty, whom sehi delight and la bor were to lght upes one side en them upon. ut, , Mr. ialrman truth li stranger than Mienes and the eh produced by W~ t ib more a realised s tIe of the ggtleman from owa, became he can 4 what no fox_ .u.ter has ever been able to do, that to ries upon both aide of a e pling thM steN gts, and to draw hbls u ilb dlltMeof both side of his is be avows he did in the et war. f[eme...

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. — 5 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. SI': itr:Ji.,t, , Assoe ate Editor. i$tinl iJolerual oi' the City of Monroe 'I 'NRKOi, LA. MAY 5, 1886. CHEAP COLUMr--PAY LOCALS. FOR RNT--cottaggo ,"ntainig four I' roomns. Apply to J. IT. Mc0oORM.f Ciaves--Chas. tltandolph' eight shaves for a adollir is all the go. S\NT D--A gentlie,, and nwire or V Iwo genitlemlen as boarders. Nice roIm I tlotd gtoo1i anml reasonable. Table I:,rar Iers rotllao blo, Cornler Fourtli land Washington streets. bins. W. B. ,IruMj FOIt RENT--A Four lRoom Cottage. Apply to MRS. BONAR. F OUNI)-A, buchl of keys which the owner may have by proving propertyand yayingcnarges. Apply at thisoflPce. FOR 8ALE--The outfit entire, including -- the bir attached to the Bo)arding Holese. situated in "Five Points"this city. Apply to Maie. .Josi E. Wwrzr,. -.... ---- --=i TO SUIISCItIBDEIg. Parties nlt receiving their paper regular ly will confer a fravor by filing their on-lll plaints with the business manager. Go to W. P. Renwick's for your tin and...

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. — 5 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH "R dao0, LA., MAY b 1t86. S 3' CIlNESE LEGATION. As attractive point In Washlngton just now Is the Chinese ,Leation. Washington Is pretty well asopatomed to seoing people of all nationalities, :jet 9 *ut foer some reason a pdlllnerest In the new Chinese Iuaisity and his suite of thirty or .*-y people who have just' arrived ~ete. And strange as it may appear, though It il not etra&ge after you think of It, tale tbirty or forty people are lutt as eriours t e s the people of this country Wad sal* oia t ome and clothes, as thaem of Washingtuon are to see them. It sort I . , tenefit ar ang,a .en t. A all around. Walk ordr. ," . u n,,ese Lega, tlot bulidiu. .. .-vetiog about 6 _oelck, and you ,r 'liable to find the port eehare of Stewart Ckastle filled with pig tailed Celeatlals watching in tently the palasg show and apparently quite oblivious to the fact that they are themselves the centre of attention. Often you see them banging out of the windows of the great mans...

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. — 6 May 1886

ue WaiLs___ _ _ _ S. r L .MONROE, LA., THURSDAY, MAY 6i 188W N & "~-~' - h~'I' . ý._311Ml-.L~r.Rw! rv r a ` y Aý JAILY TELEGRAPH. G~. W. eaCti¶IlE. Editor. V. M. TELLES. Publisher and eslaness Manager. Laiest News. Another Strike at Chicago. CTICAGiO, May 0.-Another great strike was inaugurated yesterday morning. The 1700 men employed to the Djering Harvester works stopped work without notice or warning of any character and without having made any demands. Whether the men have been influenced by the re cent riotous events directed against the working men remaining at their p sts, is not known. The managers of the works have asked for police pro. teetion. The works are located In the heart of a district largely populated by foreign speaking people. The railroad situation was further complicated yesterday morning by a strike of all freight hands of the Lke Shore road. Switchmen on the same road also decided not to handle any freight cars loaded by any person other than strikers. ...

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. — 6 May 1886

UOW O' MAY 0, Tht ChOiugo box makers who went a stgrt gaemne "s since have ftor Asin out. Mhi Oleveil _iMu loI in her oi *homeIn Ball leqg ', ta ,, N N Y., . maid to be engaged on a uew book. Ixro iephat;e,1l1y denies by G. J. Verbech habd:en expelled Ih tof Labor. A asmbal,. Ge.., drug elerk was hseUal 1*ns salphale sacd, the ,t c th senerator The re IMr Ras made a state maento ,pealte.deat of public ed bqhowIg a belasee of $2, 004,* d abool fmas sabject to appro priatioa. We coagratalate *e o. ,Fred Endom, of Moo "a f blgats to the mayoralty oflpi ty, pd ' m diet for hle ad asg4 highly sucemat career.-Areport fumes. A special to the Picayune of Tueeday reports a l 6fione foot at Helena, Ark.; a rie of } inch at Baton Rouge; a fail of two and two tenths feet a Memphle and stationary at Natches. A dipatah from N~ashville to the TiafhDeoc t pyay that buffralo Insts are doin a &reat deal of damage asoga stoek In Haywood county. Ii i t1 more than one hundred htles d'ad mules ...

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. — 6 May 1886

S' .KfWtII.EHt. ochitte Editor. *'Ilicinl .IJ ',irnat of the City of Monroe I1 N C  rf. . 11AY ., 1S86. .i-'r' ..LUMN"-PAY LOCALS. "'|A-t the Bali last isllht l small gold 1. oass, with te inae 'IiHENRY" on one ililn. Piiitder can tl t owner's naime by ap Ilying Iat this lfl]e. Sut hEvP.--( 'hes. amndolph's eight shaves for SII' i all tbe go. NTFILE-A gentleiian and wife or tw gntlt emenI a- bol:rders. Nice inomlo ; hrnstid good iatiil reasonable. Table mouirlers Ieasonalbln, Corner Folurth lnd(l W'ashington streets. MaR. W. B. RSitR FOR 1tENT-A ",itir H10olll Cottage. Apply to M iS. BONAR. Fi)UND--A bnch of kcvs which the owner may have by proving propertyand Plyingcharges. A pply at this office. OR SALE--The outfit entire, incldilng the bar attached to the Boarding House. situated In "Five Points"this city. Apply to MRa. Josnm E. WETZEL. TO JUHBSCRIBERS. Parties not receiving their paper regular ly will confer a favor by filing their com plaints with the business manager. G...

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. — 6 May 1886

,.4I ANARC.HISTS. CICAGO, .ay 6.-The red fl ve the anarchists was nowhere s!rekinw the pale air of the lumber dti'c Tuesday morning. At wv- quiet al: the "black road," andl %t ,.:ly vi.i, slgma of Mp$tPy'd riot w. rl ountlers broken winoow panh', ma.ks where bullets bad plowed ther way though boards and walls, and bruises of edva gely burled boulders about the Walls of t is great McCormick reaper factory. The watchman's little shanty at the gates was in a rather bad shape oi demolition., In ipots where the red flag men stood Tuesday, bluec.oated polles stood early yesterday morning. There were seventyifive police in the district where the battle occured. Lieutenant Laughlin and twenty-five officer stood guard about the entrance to the reaper factory, and protected noteq.niol employee who returned to work at t9'clock. The factory started yesterday , morning with about the same or a little less number of work, men as Tuesday, which means a greatly reduced force-four hundred or five ...

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. — 7 May 1886

VOL. 1. . MONROE LA., FRIDAY, MAY 7 1886 NO. 15: "'r" Hl I IllI I  .',l,· , -:.; DAILY TELEGRAPI t'". jic Wºý" Editor. Y* . T , LLUe Pablisher and .milness Manager. '------ T - -" ' I ! II l Foreign. Lotbo*z, May 6. -The officialj the French Tew Hebridge compan on Espiritu fAnta Island, have be masmared by a'party of natives fro Port Stanley. The government New Caledonia 8Iidispatched a tran port with troopIho the Island to rend any asistance that may be require The Bank of England's rate of di count has advanced to 3 per cent. Refused to Let Any Trains Moe e. CHICAGO, May 7, 8.30 p.m.-Seriot trouble Is reported yesterday evenin lathe town of Lake. Reports receive say that a body of strikers moved o the tracks of the Fort Wayne road i Fortieth street. They took possessio of the* switches, placed obstructions a the trsek and refused to let any train move. This was said to be true ac only of freight but of papenger train Tile town of Lake police were sum moned but have not been...

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. — 7 May 1886

ViLE GERAPH SUtort ate -- MOlNROE, MAY 7, 1886. S . i* ;Petit has been appointed ( fVopP vice Ben McFarlin Ds Dl. FClke.of Judge b Bowman of the U. 8. District Court I t 4ina Shreveport Monday. , Times.Dmocrat says The I a. . Ianna had a good trip, in r Iteia of her cargo was 821 barrels c cotton seed oil from Monroe." s. 'towrbldge waselected Mayor ald q,eKerall, If. Weber, A. A. ]etikouimaye P. Pleasant and G. C. c Catip councilmen of Franklin, La., at i -the Town election held last Tuesday. r , , 4 BShreveport special to the Times- I Democrat says: The steamer Sterling White has been sold by the White t Brothers to Monroe parties for the small sum of $1000. She will be used in the OuaclMt river, The steamer John goward arrived on yesterday from Camden with a light trip, and it is presumed that this trip has closed her season's business. Shbot and sweet are the seasons now to close in May.-N. O. Picayunie. Prof. W. C. Jack, father of Hion. Win. H. Jack, died at his home in Nitebi...

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. — 7 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. P. KKI,tlt.L, Associate Editor. Official Journal of the City of Mearoe I MONtRO. LA. MAY 7, 18&6. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. '^W"~--, ---------_--------- p T OST-At the Bali last night a smal gold cross, with the name "HENRY" oh one side. Finder can get owner'a te b p palying at this omce. r - k a dollar is all W ANTED-A 4 ma wife or room; board good nable. Tablr boarders reaonabl n Corner Fourth and 'treto ii OR SAn "R T FOR RENT- ottage. A C OUeND-A ttchl k which the a Parties not reee their rn ly wil confer a yAvor it fillag r payeingb chare c. plaints with the beinea smanaer. Go tO W. P. Reedwlek's for your ti and rokeryApply ware et yo a ice Tosummer h. All All pand aties are to be t theret t Preasonable potre. ly will conver fallinvoryg slowly at thi plaints with the buina manager. o to Wut. P. Renwch's for your tin s. and crockery ware. SHs ona lefp as Haugh'sual Wednesday anThered will be founid at our wharf toJew Gowhen the Star Clothing rsome anewd ...

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. — 7 May 1886
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. — 8 May 1886

MOrffaO MAY 8, 1es. gIn t .*ltI..ml3 AIoX AFFABm. ... "ýir. Coopet ExpiseaI. Mat '1* io frar Pineq '-I mU ase your paper that your correspon has either been misinformed or e tlas wi·ifally misrepresented in the shooting affair which occur at i place on the £1.t of Jan. SItim reprseented au *President ashool retaining Kyle, thedespe iu it," "furnishing Riehardson Nl with which to defand 4 e aod osnally "sending him i did onoe of these things. not a student of the school Sof the misunderstanding bety bOn and Wm. Richardson; he I bdUd We from the school more thes a week before, with the avowed Iltetion ao gotag home. I had been from home a day or two, sad fomnd the de rt brewing when I returned; adje theu l at January, about 10 4 is>l;º- u,, I hand that Kyle was utratelnng to attack Wan. Riehardeon. I went at once to RBclh. ardon's roam and found Kyle there. I IWa4 him to leave the room, and atem exhausting all reasonable means of persuasion and expostulation, I asked my brother, P...

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. — 8 May 1886

DA ILY TEZEL APH. C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. Ocial Joarnal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA. MAY 8, 1886. CHEAP OOLUMN-PAY LOCALS. T OST-At the Ball last night a small gold cross, with the name "HENRY" on one side. Finder can get owner's name by ap hlying at this oMoe. Shave5-dCh. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar is allthe go. WANTED-A gentleman and wife or two gentlemen as boarders. Nice room ;borde ood and reasonable. Table boarders reasonable, Oorner Fourth and Washington streets. Mate. W. B. SwrIT FOR RENT-A Four Room Cottage. Apply to MRS. BONAR. OUND-A... bunch of keys which the owner may have by proving propertyand Payingyarges. Apply at this office. j S ALD-.The outfit entire including bar attached to the Boarding House, situated 1 4"i W Polnts" this city. Apply to M~. JoSa E. Waizar,. Nettle To Tresspassers. All patis are hereby warned not to out any r or wood on m lands. J. H. LOURNOY. TO SUBSCRIERDS. Parties not reesiving their paper regular will confer a hvor by...

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. — 8 May 1886

DA MONRO, La., AMAY 15ea. LABOR TROUBLES. CaOcAGo, May 8.-Tbhe Arbeiter Zei. tung made Its appearnee agatn es terday morning, though in a very re. dnaed form. The old paPpr eas a ilare prosperoes looking folio sheet, while S ' is la W10x2 hand bill* Isi-le yterday was ad. desed to the workingmen of Chicago and after relatlng the dificulties they had l. publishblg the paper owing to the armst of all the printer and editors the paper easye These twenty-two printers were arrested on the ridicu lone chate ef maoder, people who did n(thlig but their work and for which they were paid. Bail was re fused tlun. On all sides there was a systematie attembpt to make the reap pearmgee of tae paper impossible. Yeo see, thee, workingmen, that the ruling elam idlrastands better than yoathe valae o a labor organ. We S1ohol thw a y that although the reek lsee pIof some may.temporarilly con. ias, lt eaoet disrupt our working men's party. We therefore appeal to you worklogmep. You will see that a Workl...

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. — 8 May 1886
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. — 10 May 1886

. 9ailn We'aeasb VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., MONDAY, MAY 10, 1886 N. 157 DAILY TELEGRAPH: 0. W. NeCRAnIE. EditoC. V. H. TELLER, PUblisher and Busaeess Manager. oecialistlc.O C CHICAGO, May 10.-An Evening C Journal Milwaukee special says; Nine c teen socialists and Anarchists, inclu" c ding Paul jirottkate, Frank Herth, a Carl Simon and Gustave Rossler, the a ring leaders, were arrainged before ( Judge Mallory Saturday morning on c a charge of riot and conspiracy to kill i and murder. Bail, in each case, was a fixed at $5,000, and all the prisoners a were remanded to Jail. Railroad Equipments, NATCHRE, Miss., May 10.--The Jay Gould landed a barge at Vidalia , Saturday containing two passenger 1 coaches, a combination mail baggage express gnad sljy ft car and twenty. I two bo ,Natchez, Bed River , running from ster River. The i rolling stool was land amid boom- i uig and blooming of steam whistles. It was made quite an event. The nbw rallroad ie now ready to , transact all business that now...

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 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH .. u . . l' t r Merqip, v4 >o, )eses. The Vicksburg Herald unbeesitat ingly endorses $oblnsoa'd circus. The fourtesetli annual meeting of tb0hAt'tssa State Press Assoclation begs a.t Ple Bltaf on the 6th inst. Captain Charles T. Pierce, a well knowZN'oew Orleans, Vlcksburg and ICdsi lot died at New Qrleans Sati', M r ie olso L ake, relict of the late 04pt. ijynolds Slaughter of Warren Cosenty Mis., and daughter of the late Wa. A Lake, died at Vicksburg at 4:30 o'doek p. ma., aturday. The (Wineborro,) Franklin Sun saym The Post Ofice has been moved from WargaO to the residence of Mrs. Barkey e the main Delhi road. The new obee is now called Lamar and Mrs. B erker has charge." m mm . The Times.Demoerat of Saturdays says: During the paean of 1884 86 the John Howard made tea ttips to the Oasebita and brought to New Orleans 10,200 bales cotton. This season the Howard made ten trips, also bringing 12,448 bales cotton. A bill has passed the United Statcs House of Repres...

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 May 1886

DAILY TELE P C. P. iLL, Ass, Oicial Journal of the City i Monroe MONROE, LA. MAY 10, 1886. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. SOST--At the Ball last night a small gold uroa with the name "HENRY" on one aide. Finder can get owner's name by ap hlylng at this office. haver-Chas. Randolph's eight shaven for a dollar is all the go. WANTED-A gentleman and wife or two gentlemen as boarders. Nice room; board good and reasonable. Table boarders reasonable, Corner Fourth and Washington streets. Mas. W. B. Sarrr n iOR RENT-A Four Room Cottage. Apply to MRS. BONAR. OoUNDD- .bunch of keys which the U owner may have by proving propertyand Payingeharges Apply at thi offlice. 1OR SAL.-The outfit entire, including b the bar attached to the Boarding Rouse, situated In "'ve Points" this eity. Apply t" U a JoUn E. WTZMrzL. Notiee To Tresspassers. All p.rtlei ar hereby warned not to cut may t tmbe or W'ood on my lands. S- J. W g. FLOURNOY. TO SUBSCRIDERS. Sl'Partles not reoelving their paper regular ly will co...

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 May 1886

DiLY TELEGRAPH h ONROE, LA., MAY 10 180. ENTITLED TO A SHORT DAY. The Efllexency of Labor Increased Unti I Eight Hours Become a Necassity. A dispatch from Ilhaca, N" Y., May S, says: Prof. Henry Carter Adams resumed his lecture here to-day bef. re the students of Corntel University ,n, "Unsettled Questioans of Polilical E,.' omy.''" During his rymarks up ,n :,.e Ihbor problem he touched upon thle topic of short hours for the laboring day. ,Tanis question," he said, ,"is claiming a large share of public utlen. tion at the present time on account of the agitation among the workingmen for eight hours as a anormal working day. In order to undorstanrd it in all its bearings we must first corsi(ler three seperate lines of inquiry respect log: First-It is rational from the stand point of social wellbeing that the laborer's hours of work should be curtailed? 'Second-What effect will it have upon the amount, the quality and cost of the goods produeed? Third -What will the workingipsople do w...

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