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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 11 May 1886

w4 R., TU DAY, MAY 11, 1886 DAILY TELEGRAPH. a. W. leaPRasEJ Editor. V. ". TELLER, Publisher and Business Manager. The "Backeye" Legislature. COLUMBUS, 0., May ll.--In the Ohio Senate yesterday morning Mr. Vanelef, Democrat, offered a motion for correction of the journal relative to the proceediags on Saturday seating the four Republican .,members; The motion W5a ruled out of order and a protest offered by Mr. Vanelet against the peoedlan on Saturday, which we taken under advisement by the presdent. Operntions, S raCiO  ay 11.-All the railways 1i the t operations yester day mai~j accepting and earing fered withou limit. Ti re sell- however, as affecting andlere is still unsettly veloped unex.o pete . . R., tlnlmore and Oh a ntinues to 'l this morning cone hours work. lug d- pyO. cno REo 11.-The ftes. SStar Conn d.a'ppclat iis: A tornado through Wayne county, thirteen miles narth Sunday night, destroying everything hI its track. One woman and two men, names unknown, are reported ki...

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. — 11 May 1886

I.UEG9TAPD 'sFhe cl sIhort" to a Del tai bought them is dMONaROE, MAY 11, 1886. at Vir liberall A strglS. ,belief still prevails in heads .. bl ton that Secretary Manning from ti will resigno. $10 a h marnel p g trmed oat her'firt steel Salls yesterday, and proposes to make Peof wehk. They will be us'd to the exi the MoIrson bill, carried woode ý", t prpparlog, OWno that she delphi -t0eemfuhl In organizing a made Company, to organize t coma old t Trdd4 millig four b Tie V i iaHrg Herald is of the the c op19Ii$? t: Jefferson Davis speaks facts, out with the frankness of a Southerner show W)o h Dso bhops of an office. attair tl i skill of a hospitable Cal negro is a reminder of the wholesome mau advtie of the OCdference of Charities .whic not to iive direct aid to beggars and and: tramps. shot Ibe recovery of f eretay Manning gulV has dl ppo4d t ` .lge number of mim patriots who bad b6rshed their front Tex hatir earell sad got themselves in RB realedlia to walk right into his job. J...

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. — 11 May 1886

EI ~We congi jg UI A Schulze on test, to-the C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. of this city. Me t Journal of the City of NMonroe We ar position to MONROE, LA. MAY 11, 1886. our cotton the sellers , CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. TOIT-At the Ball last ligbt a small gold Arrivi Sross, with the name "HENRY!' on one Spring " side. Finder can pet owner's name by ap- ment, - g at this ofeioe. - - s . RandOlph's eight shaveor 'House. Is all athe go. The M 'Lqta D--A gentleman and wife or Tuft's pat t wo o gentlemen as boarders. Nice reot; tcard good and reasonable. Table John A.] O reasonable, the hands our ag . W. B. atra The four high; and ply8 -A Four Room Cottage. LOa E ply to MRS. BONAR. each with forty gal bunch of keys which the bave by provng Propertyand about 800 Apply at this e. a capacit 1IR .outfit entire, including Ions. tb to the Boarding House, Mr. 1 sl Poi~nts ity. Apply manufac - en route Tresspassers. Stoddar, by warned not to out yed 01 on my lands. 4. URNOY. the raili clusi...

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. — 11 May 1886

MONROE, LA, MAY It 1896. IOUISIANA LGQISLATURE. The Governor's Message. BATON BOUGa, May 11,-The Legis lature met yesterday at noon,Goverpor McEnery in his biennial message says: I Tbshe9le. of Loisiana . have :aus to be- "lahtlat for many blessings during the past two years. While in some portions of the State there have been failures in mops, In nearly ev:ry other portions the returns from her sil have been lavish. The health of the State has been un. e' exampled and we have been spared pestilence and disease, The levees are in better condition than for many years past anti we have had no inundations. Public schools have increased in etffi ciency and there has been an awaken ing all over the State to the impor tance oflueatiean. 'the Interests of agriculture have been encouraged and new and improv ed agricultural implements introduced The burdens of State taxation have been reduced by an advancement in cqualisation of assessments. Public order has been ,maintained and public peace...

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 May 1886

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 188 DAILY TELEGRAPH. the G. M. eCRAl .JEditor. l be V. IM. TEILESTJ abUther and not Basiness Manager. ain Sthe A Train Wreaked and Three Men Killed the PITTrBURG, Pa., May 12.-A freight had train wreck in the mountains on the exhi Pennsylvania railway Monday night, in a dlenmolished twenty-flvb care, killed terra three men outright and obetructed the the tracks so badly that It will take twelve tom hours Ito elear them. The accident the was the result of a heavy storm which prat swept along the Connemaugh valley Monday night. toe1 Dr, Beard Withdraws. Cre( Na y 12.-Dr. J. C. $40, Beai lose for Con- the g let, has withand dra rt t ggiving as a readso er for sale at t party, as Fee evide er house In thl emocratic I newsp E FUD stn Tbh ng freind Joe Meridlan on speial esissippi on a b ed sike 1et among u.e r fl Crescent her to-day they gave the compan dull. "FlI comply Ei with their de an Meetin r l ilders, th ST. LoUIs, Z. tI i mMtlig of the Mia...

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 May 1886

r Arot BO E, _.ttA''tE, , ., -sa Ol Tbeleight haidlira of the Miehigan an H outhfu railroad&t Chicago, who were \- elH~e mave returned to work. Ti Ve en. 'M1ietne a vigorous cam- Sagainst the Apaches until every tb le is either killed or caeptured. threat has been beard too often to inspire either hope or terror. as Ste Loild Bepubllean of the 7th a, saeiy The steamer D. R. Powell , wUi commence loading Monday for aI r trip teolt O0achita river country with a( gohdd "hbpped by Scharrf and Bern hel-t. tc The pamne of the transfer steamer be- i heen#Delta and Visksburg has been na Cianged from Northern Pdciflc to F. Ic b. Bond as a compliment to the prese. b dent of the Queen and Crescent $ail road Company. The (atahbotr News says that the c river at Harrl4 rg l s still rising at c the ratei of Qla. ev.ry 24 bours .and c that the low lauds In that section are g fast becoming submerged. 'The Aeid Iron Earth base ball club t of Mobile and the A. Dupre base ball C club of New Orle...

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 May 1886

ATh J, t* I E this moe Ll;c t ate Editer. of Itbe Oeloalr Joawasl of the City of Moaroe shortly the 19 Nei MONROE, LA. MAY 12, 1886. trade. OH CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Go to get ye Chaves-Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for styles a Q adollar is allthe go. reasons TITANTED-A gentleman and wife or Thin .VV, two gentlemen as boarders. Nice room ; board good and reasonable. Table ing, thi boar{lerq reasonable DAILY Corner Fourth anl .Washington streets. Maw. W. B. SMB Z bersl I 76,244 FOR RALE-The outfit entire, including No. 7 the bar attsached to the Boarding House, situated in "Five Points" this city. Apply and ti to MRas. JornB E. WTrrzL. capital Notice To. Tresspassers. drawil S rties are hereby warned not to cut ICl ibr or wood on my lands. J. H. JH.OURNOY. At F r -One good double cabin West Prival ' Appl to escorts W. M. ETHERIDGE, Sr West Monroe. to all a SUBfJCRIbERS . were se oring their paper regular- Ia te flnii a fayor by filing their com bafinA p0iaager., Arka Whit IND BY 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. — 12 May 1886

MONRO1, LA.. MAY 12 1886. The followng rich story is forwarded from WVashington by W. E. Curtis: Speaking ot r (:d t rstisnds me of a story I heard this week. A mem her of Congress from the, _orthwest ii stopping at one of the principal hotels wit) gts gbyr,.ýlgd it, young 1a ,jtl'daiateor of u fiend who is eompelled to be absent from the noun try, and left his motheriem child in the care of the Congresesmth's wife. Her visit to them would blite been more agreeable of her personal attractious were not sp reat as to east those of the ',jfr daughter in the shade, and during the society. season this young lady received a great deal of attention, while the Congressman's daughter received but little, and the famly have Nmtrally become rather tired of their visitor and wish her father would relud and take her away. 'Tue subject has been discussed -l,'&i 10i c0tfeine several times in the presenpe r( a smsal boy, whose ear esE whosm- memory are conspicuous for their acuteness. The ot...

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 May 1886

.. i " Y ,. VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1880 NO. 161 ;.} DAILY TELEGRAPH. G. W. eCRArNIE. Editor. V. ). TELLES, tubiisher and Business Manager, Lalesi Nuwg. The Maxwell-.Preller Case. ST. Louis, Mo., t~y 14.-The panel of 800 special Jurors who had been summoned to appears in the Criminal Court, and from whom a jury was to have been selected to try the Maxwell murder case has been exhausted, and a second panel of 150 was brought into court and the examination of its members proceeded With. Two more were seleoed as eligible to serve on the Anal jury, *aUlroad Aceident. In DiNAwIs,' , May 14.-The eaet'bound r train on the Indianapoll U ore and Wash. ington ril h left here at 9 o'e y is dull inlight ran into a w ar Neweastle, Idnight with .steambo gine, ge aq unged into the aýº ' . ary eagle r, sad o, 8fireman, both of this et irp SuaunkhSwn or werre instantly killed in the er~s4 and the~ baggageman and conudetor 'verely injured. All of the passengers were more oz lesa bruise...

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 May 1886

-- ---5 0. 4. weage1mt. noter 0 S MONiEaO MAY 146 Ia. FT ISA5 fs LABOR. Editor 1eglM :-The -Commercial world has been shaken to its founda the laest few months by strikes r de seriously crippled: manu- n r are now withdrawing their ons on their product c e quse lon ks: Why has a done? The unsettled Labor p quneston, the trhdaks unions, Knights of p Iab iaqd 4ther kindred organuizations, b bavett anust eases -come boldly to the d froontetd otifled their employers that oOarn employees were obnoxious to thnd and ethers were discharged and we as body refuse to labor for you unles wouajmnder to our dictation. The organizations refered to do not stop to study the interest of their employ ers. If some of you who are want' lag leea hours of labor and more com peansatlon for labor will take the troo ble to see what a~ thise has brought on our fellow I aaber ross the Atlantic, it will give you some serious thoughts. The laborer is worthy of his wages, and wages are governed by consump tion 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. — 14 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. Ofllal Journal of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA. MAY 14, 1886. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Shaves-.Ch@. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar Is allthe go. WANTED-A gentleman and wife or o gentlemen as boarders. Nice room board good and reasonable. Table boarders reasonable, Corner Fourth and Washington streets. Man. W. B. SMrrJ FOR 8ALE-The outfit entire, Including the bar attached to the Boarding House, situated in "Five Pointe"this city. Apply to MRs. Josaa E. WrzaTL. Notiee To Tresspassers. All parties are hereby warned not to out any timber or wood on my lands. I J.H. fi OURNOY. Mop good double cabin West W. M. ETERIDGE, Waest Monroe. CBImERS. ng their paper regular. by filing their oom-t mes manager.; ' ! Q CKERY 2 town, p eatJust received and lag an sale at 60 per cent be. eonvorinl use in this etty. steel wor E. FUDIOKAB& a tt yis dull in all branches pe-,. of . Keerin, o .steamboat excursions of Pros nd, but transportation Ed...

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 May 1886

COS (ENU"MMIRO LT1. WAsHINaTON, May, 14 -In the " morning hour the Hoese in committee of the whole, resumed the conaldeVi lion of the Chinese indemnity joint resolution; Mr. Rice, of Massachusetts, argued in su iloI ol Cie.poposition, contend lag tJat the obligations of the govern. ment to ipy damage rested not on good will or .. spirit of benevolence, but UP)OmN lo..tr,e.s'i'ni law. There were muany precedenlls flr his prt-posl tion. lu 1847 E agland had compelled the GOeeks to pay an iLd ,u tly for the 111 treatment ofa Jew D m Polet furro, to AI haus. Lord Palmerston had be en called to account for the position he had taken on the grounds that there was no lnternati.qrotl liw to sustain, it but after a day's debute the principle mualtatoed by him hrd b.:en tlz-d in fgaundeolrfimly that it had never e ipe beee shahe. £ne U.tlied States ft, ItMIfstaied indemnity fromn Cansa for Violse doee to its citizeus by a mob and by the armament of Eýgland bombrding Chineseeities, and Chis S...

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 May 1886

& ( 'A, . ý..ý. ,f SATURIY ' ILof heat breeze. Explosion. Uvs, May I.--A J tow n, Papa.,,epeIal says: la3 logns an explosion oceurred In converiong department of the steel works. Jame McNamara :Gambtlsa, John Wfilliaum, of SudlVlte:t Wia. Bush, aged it yessd oMorrellvills; Thomas Mc Keerin, of Cambria, and Win. J Cart of Prospect, were severely bu Edward Alters the night Torems ,W r seetowDby the shock a i, b brt- 'None of the In die. From Washington. WASHluITON,, D., committee from the Knig hqaded Mr. A. H. J bon the president to-day p,.tion be taken on char Edward Clark, architec The president Informe that ls. had promised to the counsel of acting n ,the case. The navy depart that the Dlslfitch a from Charleston, 8:. and the Jamesto Roads for Anna naval cadets on Terr PITITEURG, aog express ii, had a throagh t Eastern soon west o glneer tive alo The engi about thr was at its heigh a dull roar in the distan eyelenetore across the level the soath side of the track, a Ing a big t...

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 May 1886

ielal Joan~ the Ci MONRo,, LA,. "As,r ~ CHEAP COLVt Y PAY -j boar ' ge Pe a Fourthbd, *SALe T b. tl"Jlv. t'atmn 4li7 1 one arIoe otri t or w • her oho iim la -O ile., '" Ws teeow n, , id w die. waS  iW commrn"l _ m on th I '1ddald and Whauiga totlo Meal wo -ý. - a The le W., leves NeW Orlans eag for Tenes and n ob 5 i to - of ttallrau Blanks. EGGs I EGQSI I ur hundred doFse fresh Eggs in at 124 cents per dosen fto cehb, ichell & McCormick's. t. PollaetousMaye a In coihmand G ,e itana this trip, Capt. Joe te s hiving stopped of at New Or attend to business requiring l personal attention. Pare Blackberry Brandy for medi - rposes, for sale by E. Fudickar, La, RANGE BLOSBOMS, ral SDouble Weddleg. of o the Presbyterian eburch in this ty on June 3d., Wdl be celebrated an o ent that will doubtless, from thEg i minence of the contracting partles, the church to be filled with the of f the two to be Benedits and on brides. The parties to the contract thi Cabt. T,J, Broadway and Mrs. S...

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 May 1886

" r ,s. tt J e, ofauld!taut,W tllt T -e . eiGb a,*4ai . Rveee, l Matis le .e-seiab AessistantL,, - Zoiofed sool,-P. W. ari:ag, 4I dipa1; Mary M. CaOrr, Asfetant, , * e A.z teat report o f 31e!f malo J pa - ship and attceadAnw of eachi sect ( Oa*qper 1, 185, (openrig of this Maeil~6)1 and i;. Epqtale School-Metnbershlp, 75, attemnd ancoe, OT7 Colored tloi-A bpoli. pr 71, nte adce 61. In the report of the malelaf le schbols, the high school departhert of each I Incluaded this doda.. t. our ~chuold b l ,ivenn he eIties, of Moe roe, *,#tis' rerel Loif .lssl 11n small towuat sd r Sta te. -CThis Board deta dtu at tlel 1itne e ' ofit the 4e 0s tow P1th)e -5tgh ft schoo f sua ittesd shce have bee. pla.ed i.. u viepair many bnges het : o.4 egmary In sddlag the ltgbh mu nt. The male and colored m s! td0ngs are now coVerdit by iIlarues ,*pad tM funds nla the trasuryar e mp!. to die tiueo the aschools to the endoithe term snd open promptly as . usual La Octo. ber ~ too ,this too, I a ae...

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 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. — 17 May 1886
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. — 17 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH G. W. "e@aRm . nlt. b is MONfROE, MAY 17, 1886. WASHINGTON, May 14.--There is a widespread difference of opinion among Ic Southern members as to the meaning n of the provisions in the appropriation tl for the Lower Misumlsippi. As tele- fl graphed yesterday, Senators Gibseon 0 and Catchings Interpreted them in o opposite ways. RepresentatIve Blan- a chard agree with Gibson that the b Mississippi River Commilsion is allow- p ed its usual powers, and the Secretary a of War is nothing but the disbursing tl officer. In tbhis view Mr. King also a coincides. On the other hand, Mr; a Willis, the author of the river and ft barbor bill, says that the clause, "with. cl out the intervention of the Missisippi th River Oonvention," means that the 04 Commission is practically abolished, a and the Secretary of War empowered ti to control the work. Senators who were spoken to differed as much as Blanchard and Willis about a the meaning and provisions, so that ' when the bill gets t...

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. — 17 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. o C. P. KELLBR, Associate Editor. pr bu; Ofeial Journal of the City of Monroe WS MONROE. LA. MAY 17, 1886. OHEAP COLUMN--PAY LOCALS. ler art haves--Chas. Randolph's eight shaves for sht a dollar is alltbe go. 4 wt WANTED--A gentleman and wife or v two gentlemen as boarders. Nice room board good and reasonable. Table boarders reasuonable, Corner Fourth and Washington streets. at Mss. W. B. SKIrr loc W R BALE--The outft entire, including bu the bar attached to the Bearding- House, Or sltusted in "ive Points"this city. Apply tat to Mau. Jomar E. WETZrL. Sdo etedee To Tresspassers. tai All parts are hereby warned not to cut Say tnae or wood on my lands. J. H. ~LOURNOY. I FOR RIT-O le good double cabin West no, XMonroe. Applyto et W. M. ETHRIDGE, ve West Monroe. liv Shol TO SUDBSCRIIERS. Parties not receiving their paper regular ly will oonler a" vpr by flling their com pilanta with thqbusamss manager., OCOCKERY S CROCKERY !1 be A large aesortmentJust received and which ...

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. — 17 May 1886

DAILY TELERM PfH MONROE, LA., MAY '17 188. ITATSrICC C OF T3B P11NO TRAMBS. Piano manufacturing is regarded as yet in its infancy. Just what its ex tent is few people knew, but I saw statistic a short time ago which indi eate that there are not enough piann'> in existence in this country to give one to each family in the state.of Missoui. The only time when a elrd wal Iept of the ipanufacture of pianos was be. tween the year 1784 and 1870, when an internal revenue tax of 5 per cent. existed, and manufactures made mowm thly returns of their sales. The num ber has been estimated, however, on a basis of total of 2,000 pianos turned out between the years 1780. After then an annual increase has been calculated upon of 50 per cents. every ten years or so. From 1881 to 1885 it is said 212, 000 pianoe were manufactured, and the statistician who looked up the inform ation and figured out the result has given his opinion that from 1780 until Jan. 1, 1886, between 900,000 and 1,000,000 pi...

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