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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 18 May 1886

SLA., TUESDAY MAY 18, 1886 NO 16 DA ILY TELE G H I Marti, ued respectve, 13 an I Th . f.. . ....... .. DAILY TELEG H. G. Business e ST. PAUL. May 18.-The Dispatch Winoepeg .(Manitoba) special says Louis Riel's Mvdow lies at the poitg death at St.* celebrated Or t ndyq. .It is said that she never nlralli' t, t of her husband's exeedtioi d ddli broken-hearted. Out on Bond. CHICAGO, May., . -4hl Spils, :p brother of Aug. Spd , -r 'as bee r locked up in the county jail since the ti bombithrowlng$ was adahitted to ball t thbisftlprnpo. Hla boad is for $6,000; o it is sa {i) b- John BaOaalowa, a real estate di er, and Henry Litems yer, a lumber deakr. ' Dead. Nnw YORK, hMay 18.-G. B. Wood, I for gt . e )anaper of the theatres M wbtt'."bop. hiso name , In. this city, w Brnýt, ':Philladelphia, Cincinnati and St. Loum, died here Sunday, He was worth over $100,000 several times in his life, but he died penniless. Q'lide tCpay ad 4e expenses of Meeting of Trunk Lneg-tgreg entC be Niw YORK...

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. — 18 May 1886

DAILY TELEG APH MONROE, MAY 18, 1886. The Arcadia Advane thus humu r onsly tefers to the proposed Nortb aad South rail road, which was to pass through Gibbs: We undeetland that the Louisiana North and South rail road compray had a meeting at Gibbs Iastr Wednesday•* bemeded viat-of the secretary tobie bhome In Montana seems to have furnished the eoaaslon of the meeelog. President Bearduley was present. Our informant joeesely says that it was determined to change the route of the road, it being the present purpose to change it from Hope to Mr. T's place in Montaaa,1theues to Gibbs. It was thought that the oonnection of these two importaest-points by rail would furnish all tha freight the com pany could posslblytransport. Our in torment further stated that the terms president and vice president are to be discarded from the vocabulary of the company, and rigbt and left bower substituted, B* will be the right and H. the left bower. Tbhus organized they cemndeatly espeet to eaeher anay co...

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. — 18 May 1886

DAILY TEiA MPH. C. pI 991LBLER Asseist Editor. Tb O~clal Jonrmai of the City of E6itoe iet with MONROEi LA. MAY 18, 1886. trct Ri CHEAP' COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. Poil Polls haves--Chm. Randolph's eight shaves for a dollpr p all the go. ", i WANTED-A gentleman aid wyOfer v 1 two n alem 1o Le room i oar ood and reandal-TbaL boarders reasonable, Lod Corner Fourth and Wssbj p Hell FOR 8ALE-The outfit `«tug M I the bar attkobpl to the im e, situated in "tarve Poats"ath.ti Apply Ma to Mah 5.TOIPUa ~ zL Wit Iletlee To T.pser. She All W are he *wsrr not to icut et. a any at vqj 'FLOUR$NOY. Le. Len Fob REU fsOou dtablueabin West MeL Monroe. Apply to vs. E W. ETHRIDGE, West Monroe. Bre vse. TO SUUSCIH3 EU8. " s. Parties not releving their Pgl H H.as ly winlter .pbe et - vs. plainht sý µ 1 o It :ROCeKEBB t 1 A urge tartoment Jut reeeived and i which I ofebr for ale at 50 per ent be- Ea low any other house Is this et..* Vi, E. FUDIOKAR . :i Capt. John B. Stone of Madison par Mi bh s Into the aity....

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. — 18 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH MONROE, LA., MAY 181886. Arthur's Codltio~ . NEw YORK May 18.-The Times yesterday morning says: Ex president Arthur's condition has been steadily growing worse (during the past week, but be has not relapsed so fir as to have lost all the grourd gained during his unexpected rally of about ten days ago. Some of the more enthusiastic of his lrlenda'believed that the turn for the better bad come and the steady decline since then has dampened this enthusiasm, and there are few if any who now believe the ex-president will never leave his room alive. Sudden and unexpected rallies, followed by gradual but steady declines, are pe culiarities of Mr. Arthur's disease well known to physicans and watched by - them with grave fears. The danger is ever present that the poisoned blood of the patient will suffuise the brain and when that has happened the victim of Bright's disease feels the last of his sufferings. Mr, Arthur bears his con finement patiently and bravely, and koowing a...

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. — 19 May 1886

VOL. M LA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 1886 NO. 165 T% A TV v I DAILY TELEGRAPH. and Failed. " Nxw YORK, May 18.-J. W. Craig, one of the largest oil traders, both in New York ad the West, has led. About M0, bought inh te h en at. : ,~~; Te }Wster Falia . Vlcksburg, May J8*-The, backwater on the Vicksburg, Shreveport and Paa else road has.noy llq one foot astd it Is expected that t  -wilt be re. sumed in the next ten days. Convicts have resmnod the Work of raising the r d a ,i etc., Will LaPy iaca ei. th Pep. New Orleans, May 18.-Rev. Mona seignor Allbo, of St. Patrick's churob, rf1esla80to iATn gvqr tpe cemetery ree cords Ol ~ y,, Dilloq, recently ap pil tbyC iA h~isho l.eay, the lat. tar has suspended him from his func tlons as parish priest. Allen leaves for Rome Wednesday, to lay bis )se hls Monsiegnorate. LONDON, May 19.-The Irish na. tional leagq ttps reoeived from the Ninth NeW York regtEdht and the Cla Ooa Gael poclety of that city Ser to. kl ,lItra iott and minI. tain in the f...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 19 May 1886

DAILY T4LGRAPH G. W. -E6Cl1 . Edwaiter MONROE, MAY 19, 1886. A hail storm Viited Wichita Falls, Texas, on the night of the 14th. Chunks of hail s erge as walnuts fell and covered the ground to the depth of six Inches. Geronimo and his murderous hostiles are distributing their favors Impartially among the Mexicans and Americans. Twenty Americans have been massa cred at Nagales alone since Gen. Miles trumpeted the maturity of his plans. Appropus of the proposed rail road commission hambuggery, the New Or leans Chronicle says: "There is some force in the observation of D. B. Mo rey, Esq., that the value of a railroad commission depends upon the amount of rail road information possessed by its members, and they give men who know nothing about it an opportunity to regulate other people's business." Thee was an historic ship in New York harbor last week-the Shannon. Thie same old veasel paid a visit to our shores more than seventy years ago, on whloh oaeemion she fought a duel with the Un...

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. — 19 May 1886

C. P. KpL RM AqapolaE to oam ,eas 41wi MONRoE, LA. MAY 19,m 186. CHEAP OOLUMN--PA LOCALS. CE t ICE I' Tooe hdns ahave beef aish a. t the aon - a aei a. W.d'tup . wad to parties ho talke .t quantity ds ie o I GE I deieaUEG o 1 Ir its con-a now ru ll r Is on- 74 two gentlemen so bprompt dNice er Fo trains andn h l cvaltention. n .. W .  OH. a' sight ahave for WA i Te g o~Ua wie or A ý two gentlemen as boarders. Nice Ii o ; board good and reasonable. Table J. H. BURNOY. W Monroe. Appl toI tt Corn ti ber or w ooand m y o jn o si eto ut wM. R~H IDGE. dl Wait 'tonine. FOR 8SAiE.-Ont mild to two months .1 o sainscmalamas. Partles not reelving their paperetg flar ay rwilt o.osr ago A mVtthe 4Am _ . H. . L -T I fo . . . gRO ooE o c! OREOCKERY I! A large meeortment Just received and o which I oaer to rale at 40 per cent be low any other hose. n this city. E. FUDICKAR. Mr. J. B. Hrrop, our West Monree. Repmter, was In' our eagatum this eve- 3 aing, 3 The thermometer registered only 76 degree...

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. — 19 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH MONROE, LA., MAY 191886. THE FASTESt' ShAVING ON RECORD Chicago Herald.) ,"Talkitg about qunlck shaves," said a p-,elsger on a Rock Island suburb. an train, "I came down ,to the depot the or iter day just four minltts before train tire.. I ran into that ship acrr. thre way, kept by Mrs. Whale. hIernamlaal e, tai(ra .: 'Gimme a three ainaute alnv.. *All right," said she; 'sit duwn.' A'aiu I'll be darned if she did'nt go over ±y Ince in good sh:ape in just three wlinutts .-y itah w..tcb, and I caught my trlat, ,ict 1l." This stirred up the Swry .' atellr. One man had been shaved in two, ruiaa utes, another in a minute and a batlf, and so on, "Just wait till you hear me," said a low-browed, toughalookloig passenger "For seven years I shaved in a shop where one barber run the razor over an average of sixty miles an. hour. What lo you think of that?" Impossielble," exclaimed several listeners in chorus. "No, it isn't imposeable," continued the low-brewed man. "This barber...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 20 May 1886

Ilk o  *-c. ... • ,· -, . ... .. -· .L ' VOL. --1. MONOE LA., THRDY -aY -., --_. ý -s VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., THMAY 2R 1886 0 Dr All V TIt'I- 'cn t fI IIn tfrmnntfn.,.o h- . DAlL)4 . ELGJAPH (. W, MeCRANIE, Editor. V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. Fire. AKRON, O., May 20.--A disastrous fire occurred here ye~erday morn'ng in which four lives were lost and a number of others injured. Labor Troubles. CINCrNNATr, O., May 20.-All the safe and lock workers returned to work yesterday upon terms which are a compromise of what was desired. (It amounts to nearly 10 per cent advance to the workmen. The furniture men are the only ones now holding out in large numbers; some of them are re turning; the planing mill men who have struck are numerous. Miners' Convention. ST. Lovrs, May 20.-The advance guard of coal miner~, who are to or ganize a national district assembly of the Knights of Labor here this week, have trrived from various points in the Monongahela and Hocking valley distric...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 20 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH T -p G. W. ,Rs ANIN. Editor b A For years past the Catholics of the United States have been aggitating the attter of b ng in ai de0irpble loca- I 4in a Ro fatbolid 'Uiirsity, to d -~-'~ ··i-!ft ti In e at (x.vrd and Cambridge, to ti cost 'hben completed thesum of $1,000,- d 000. This sabseriptin has about been ce made up entire and contributions are pouring in from all directions. The institution is to be a' University and not a College and It is not proposed to Wive apsrtWieftnal course in educatios L a3theIUtllverittf,but to model it so as d ,to admit l eA Ubut past graduates and those who have already received their Speflklional education. In this insti- lf .4aotilo0theee parties will' receive their si 4 Ileshlng Course. The instruction at c, .A!M w!M "codAlit and be confined to irdlithree btanches of learning, viz: -neoolyl, hifiosophy and philology- g wiri WIR aIftdrwa .include law and g .tmlgieli6se nheoelte chosen is Washing- !i 0am, D. O.; and the reason ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 20 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPH. C p. kELLER, Associate Editor. Official Journai of the City of Monroe MONROE, LA. MAY 20, 1886. CHEA COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. ICE ICE !. Ice houses have been established at the Cotten yard and ht Jeter's Butcher Shop in live Points. Tee delivered In lots of 10 lbs. and up wards to parties who take that quantity lsgularly vryv day. Parties wishing ice deivered will notify Mr. Johnson at the sactory of the Monroe Ice Company. BAGGAGE f BAGGAGE tI ! I desire to inform the publio that I am now running a single dray for its con venience. All orders for the prompt de livery of baggage to and from trains and hoteflswll, receive my personal attention. V. F. VOGH. Shaves--Chm. landolph's eight shaves for a dollar 11 adl e go. W ANTED--A gentleman and wife or two gentlemen as boarders. Nice room; board good and reasonable. Table boarders reasonable, Corner Fourth and Washington streets. Mits. W. B. SMITH jRlOK.ALE-The outfit Oentire, including .the orr attached to the Boarding Hous...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 20 May 1886

3MONROE, LA., (AY 0.,o188l. IS GROVER TO BE MARRIED. To the Editor of the Sun: 6ir: Do you think that 'Grover Cleveland is going to m ry Ml ss Fol. In tjakeethit fn a New eHaven p.pe9 tbh taaU tttt, $ hieWibsiht? New Haven,,lag.- f. Ra.l R. SWe Uthnk the chances are there is to be a wedding for thefollowing seasons: Dan Inamoa4shent-denied It. Srover Oleveland does'nt deny it. The Rev. .y, prla t he Wreeideidt Grover is to be married in June." Half a score of Miss Folesom's uncles and cousins and her grandlbther have confirmed the news. We dseelt, ti6, that Laura C. Hol loway Is gettinlg out, a new edition of l o--f the Es t ft t o Aon ýootal a l Tes Folsom and a picture of n r.i 'ia koioway and Riie flsabeth Cleveland are great friends, AIte Cleveland visits Laura i[oUpvaby is- Breklyn and Laura Holloway visits Miss Cleveland in the White House. It Isn't likely that Mias Cleveland would let Laura HoUlo wdy'btoedled jntq writing a new chap. Infl "i l.adiesot the White House' If Mi...

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. — 21 May 1886

VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, MAY 21 1886 NO 16 MAYi 219. 16 DAILY TELEGRAPH. *. oc. ii .r Editor 1V. M. TELLES, Publisher and Business Manager. To Pratice Law. ALBANY, N. Y., May 20.-The gove ernor last night signed the bill permit ting women to practice law. Sentenced. NEW YOlrK, May 21.-Alderman Jaehne was yesterday morning sen' teneed by Judge Barrett to nine years and ten months imprisonment in Sing Sing. Both Sides Claim Victory. NEW ORLEANS, May 20.-The elcc tipn In the Second congressional dis trict passed off quietly. As far as heard from the vote in the city is very light: Friends of Wallace, Democrat, and those of Martin, Republican,claim the election of their respective can didates. Hanged. RONDOUT, N. Y., May 21,-Louis Willet, alias Charles Crosby, was hanged in the jail at Kingston at 9.15 o'clock yesterday morning for the mur der of Edwin Killand on Janury 7, 1 "4. Willet died easily. *lIseth of the Grandfather of Cleveland's Intended BUFFALO, May 21.-Col. John B. Fol...

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. — 21 May 1886

DAI TELE PH S, .188,  .I RAILROAD LEGISLATION. The 4 s.of The i rph Endorsed. should be followed up by. the entire pe, r ..lm of North Loiwsimoa, Tbhe succees ,, .,, , Otpci} blls--r.Wotld be a" defeat of the I "deslsU ai will of the people of the Oc Oclta e Valley, and I believe North o ' ", ipllnas. To show that It Is the will .,4d depire of our people that. we shall s have more railroad development and a :: that there shall be no antagonistic i' Sl islation it Is only necessary to p:lat to the thousands of signatures of be people of the entire Ouachita S Vailxn p3titions in favor of; special di Itake nadauce railrod cpitalroc come rc , into eQr cotry, and also to point to Cl . e t E-ianeops efforts of the people east ad -.wt of the Ouachita, Valley, au ' Lolslana 15 I 0 n>o Opdition to repel of caspital aId enterprise seeking her bor- thI . ,,, .., to be hoped' that North QLi l"a Will prevent the blow at her NE It.erest contaaned In such measures as sir r Itrodeed by Meesrs...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 21 May 1886

LDALY TaEERA W P. PKELLER, Associate Bait ' O cial Journal of the City of Monroe -MONrRo  . ~fAY 211886. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. jCE I ICE II e hoeauses have been established at the Pive Point t Jeer Btcher Shop lee delivered In lots of 1 ba wbrds to Parties who take that qantitd up reglayrlye very d.ay Parties wishing ice delivererl wi notify Mr" Johnson at the otnry f the Monro Ice Companyat the Id&GAi E I BAG AGE II I desire to inform the publi that I and owrunninga single dray for its eon ve.ieuee All ordersfor the prompt de liver ofb to a prompt de- Ioter wllte t~o and from trains and C -otei will receive my personal attention. V. F. VOpGhn. Shaves-Chl  Randolph's eight shaves for a dollar Is all the go. t A TE ntle....land wife or r rot •twb "_lemen a boarders. Nice f board good and reasonable Table pe boarders reasonablee. Table Corner Fourth and Washington streets. bet MRs. W. B. SunIH ro Col Notice To Tresspassers. Of I All parties are hereby warned not to cut frol...

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. — 21 May 1886

QONGBESIONAL. WASHINGTON May 21.-Mr. Ham mynd, o ?a g14i h tlr o j thq Senate amendments to tho poet office appropriation bill. The *aeddhienits et0 apat $r400 of the appropriation 1 .ee1Q,º )S ý for' the es. ,4 ~pL nptjo! terrfroq Whivey·aystemn in citlep twbery U is no, established. It was concurred in. The amend ment wes,rtjjected authorizing the post mastergogederal to contract fqgpinland ane, foreign steamboat service when it can be combined in one route. Also the,.a4 tdQ Ipttealg 1y $80,000 the appropriation for railroad post office car service. The amendment was concurred in increasing from $251 725 to $291,000 the appropriation for inqesuar ant special facilities on trunk lines. MrAdeqM a W.iew York-Did you vote for the river,and harbor bill? Mr. McMillan-Yes, and I would *':d'f1TaVfhd. I'nioice that everything that g6id to the high bridge is saitis factory to the gentleman and every thing that goes elsewhere is unsatis factory to him, This is a policy in which we shoul...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 22 May 1886

M' I A . 4 `r., 1-., . , ,. . ,' LVOL. 1. MON{ROE, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 22: , t8, : `DAILY TELEGRAPH: cG. Wo'MOecRAq P .Ei t~. " V. M. TELLES, Pablisher and Business Mauttar. An Inhuman Mother. LITTLE ROCK, May 22.-Particulars of a fiendish crime committed in Law rence county, this §tq,4,a few days ago, reached here ytste1day.' A lady whose name is withheld, of high standing, gave the alarm that her 7 year old stepson had fallen in the well. A neighbor soon rescued the little fel. low, who was in a dying condition. He lived long enough to tell that the - woman had beaten him nearly to dIath and then threw Into the well: The K. ofL. Favor Powderly. ST. Louis, May 22.-About eighty of ihe Knights of Labor coal miners, delegates to the National Convention from Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and Indian Territory, zeld their first session Thursday and efe'ct ed a temporary organization. During the evening session resolutions were adopted indorsing ...

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. — 22 May 1886

DAILY TE FGRAPi MO The Spaniards throughout .the world ar rejolidtig, and all because Queen S l 3na of has gi" , lth to a hila, b if htplves will e Isbrmasbs s to Havana, Otuba. ** ot -b m Thk iatem tineitgs piblished at angl4a , Mpihp bpwils, says: flogs are dylng still with a malady that has been ragug'for over 12 months la, various petLiktX qt the parish. If t gr Ntei~ We Iplde it will be lp. S 4"Wganed .bonithy" In ti trd*,l ae time.to come." q wqJiib,weIbr r .wur planters to fa Mll Y their peakers, and re hlmh{I pancee of prevention Staý a g, a nd@f a t eas" . $ l., .i, -: .a ilroad comn .l~lps eoULay Jo this State, and t~ls uraetbonld appoint . o p.lip wll,. One ofilhe ý4I 0.ýihl tp. tq ,prevent die. r!e. ltrM, . It Ip unjust to ebu l  ,t(light from New Or ly t4I 1 M 6es 3 _.is they would to towns eighty miles farther west. P egjPj~es yhpuld aleo ba reduced t Oi Caq #, pblls, wbibh is the amonot I iton almgpl, qrery other The Review has its own opinions, to w ~ilt 'mUN...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 22 May 1886

DAILY TELEGRAPHI. C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor. Official Joural of the City of Monroe lIONROE. LA. MAY 22, 18u. CHEAP COLUMN-PAY LOCALS. CE I ICE !! Toe a~sea have been established at the (o lad and at Jeter's Butcher Shop in £ ointh. I c livered in lots of 10 lbs. and up war .parties who take that quantity regularly every day. Parties wishing ice divered will notify Mr. Johnson at the 'Factory of the Monroe Ice Company. BAGGAGEI BAGGAGE I - I desire to inform the public that I am now running a single dray for its con- I venlence. All orders for the prompt do livery of baggage to and from trains and hotels will receive my personal attention. V. F. VOGEI. Shaa 4--Z Randolph's eight shaves for Sa il the go. - - t--- LOR 8ALE.-Ono milch cow with calf i two months old. Apply to H. T. BENOIT. 8 -WTANTED-A white woman to do gener V al housework for asmall family. Good C wages to compolent party. Apply at H. T. BENOIT'S, FOR RET--One good double cabin West Monroe. Apply to W. M. ETHRIDGE...

Publication Title: Daily Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily telegraph. — 22 May 1886

MONROE, LA:, ItA'Y '221880. zL _"' '_-4L:_111 ' e WHERE PRINTERS DON'T GO. A printer don'' l tAi U býa: every time be is out of sorts. Nor to the baker when he gets on devil. . ,)UJ(.A I 4 ' i Nor to the wood. iV Il w.hea'be Nor to the Bible when he wants a * Ng -tp tbhaeunoubop when he wants Not to ticL1bSt Lioilt wants funiture. Nor to the banker When be wd'nts quoin"as " Noeto 'a girl when he wants an embrace.1 R :': Nor to a lawer when he h~ a case. iAeb w baew'hewe-t Nor to a graveyard when he watls live mont re , ,.ý a.. .Ir f r.: / . And geveF ra pump wpwhen be- is thirst-y l la tn cents In b$e pocket -- Orattm~ . (xOL4 Setlles- t" Bays o'e of our Ameta id I.W rm.. What an im meq eainmeat of auoitentional mis. repr+efttatlon is done In the course of a year by an ordinary newspaper maul" "1 s ;:b  at It .npates into lotneItdI~h by the side of the quantity and .oality of mIsrepresenta tions practiced by many of opr Amtr!ri can ~gellians. Wo-arb 'not prep.;red to Yy,tJhat a s...

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