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QrmuS- . PUBLISUED, uVnar uuATUBAr
C. 8. TROV/DALE, Editor.
O-,;ONF DOLLA*PER YEAR,
Coasm GSAD AND DED STENI.
P- U? WWA2WU
iOfltOE. LA., MARCH 81, 1688.
You cannot serve God and mammon.
Yea canuoteerve the ring and the peo
If yoea want tosabow your manhood
and serve the community in which
y ouive, vote against the ring.
ZEs-Liemt. Governor Dorsheimer of
New York, Iditor and proprietor of the
New York Star, died to Savannah,
CG,, on the ~Ith last.
Judge Righards* stated at Cade
ville that he did not authorize putting
Charley Hoirton in jail. Who has as
sumed.the functions of a Judge in this
. The movement of the anti-rlog will
not endanger or diminish the vote for
Gen. Nieholls. Thering ;,know that
well, but they are In the habit of cry
leg wolf I
The Associate Justices of the United
States Supreme Court are reported as
favoring the promotion of Justice Field
to the Obief .Justlceship made vacant
by the death of Hon. Morrison R.
. The young Democrats of New Orleans
have rebelled against', ring;rule and
bosseiss and it is to be hoped, in the
interest of. good government and the
fair name of New Orleans,g'that they
will be sooeesbfol.
According to ring ethlets, the can.
didates aloneare Inteeled in this fight.
It is the belief of the anti-ring that the
people are more linterested than the
candidates. It is the habit of the ring
to Ignore the people an all things.
Capt. John M. Rebun of Union par
Ish is a candidate for the legislature.
He Is one rof the staunchest, truest
Democrats sai most clever and popular
gentleman in the parisbh and we trust
to see him elected by a handsome ma
Tij Demoeratlc press of New Or
leans, with exception of the Picayune,
are strongly opposed,to the city ring
ticket nopinated by the bosses in' the
name of Democracy. The Picayune
too is disgusted with a portion ofj the
The ring candidates did not elec
tloneer for their nomlnations-they
Sied that themselves and made all op
position hopeless by their use of the
negroes. But now they are electioneer
log with the people for votes for can
didates whblch they did not nominate.
We are losing many good citizens
by removal and many more will go if
the ring holds on for four years more.
That Is what the Insatiable ring wants
-emmlgration, not immigration-so
that the ring can own all the land and
work all the niggers. Rid Ouaechita
of ring role and we will become the
,eatre of the greatest boom in the
You can't compromise principles,
You can't mix oil and water. There ie
no compromise between right and
wrong and there can be no acceptance
of ring terms and ring doctrines
without a"surrender cf the rights and
Ilbertise of the people. There is an
Irrepresslble conflict between the Oua
Obit Rinog and the true and indepen
dent people of Otachita.
Therel s n exact parallel between
the case of the anti-ring of Onachita
and the case of the Young Men's Dem.
ocratic Associatlon of New Orleans and
we commend to our readers the follow
ltg extract from the Item in referrence
to the claim of the bosses that they are
the party nominees :
A close corporation of BoeseS, which
meets li their private resildeneee or
other spots, safguarded from the peo
ple's sreatltioy, andbere makes up a
city and priahb ticket for a subservient
tee-veatlon, soearlted, tp ratify, is not
Deloesi y. No good party min-no
beMs, see Ameriean citlsen--owes It
oee !sitaat'taieglance. Oo the con
trariTjbe shptid. apurn the results as a
Srebtkelto the ,undemocratic methods
ike New Orlease boeeses use hood
18t fOesithe Orbita ring use bull
dale s a teis-tbatls the main differ
sa-.: W bete not heard of any well
"bim. Iaen reading the Young
" mq>asem ratle Assolation out of
The Monroe Bulletin, being unable
to cope with the TELEGRAPH in the =
discussion of the political issues now|I
before the people of this parisheb, adopt
ed the weapons of the bully and black
guard last Wednesday by making an
uncalled for personal attack upon the
TELEGRAPH and its editor, hoping
thereby to detract attention from the
issues in which the people are interr
- ested and to browbeat and intimidate
the TELEGRAPH into silence.
The organ of the ring reckoned with
out its host.
As far as the charges made by the
. Bulletin against the TELEGRAPH and
its editor are concerned no defense is
d necessary, for the people of this parish
b will know that they are malicious and
Ind gratuitous slanders. Like a
boomerang they will react upon theli
f author for all decent people have a
se contempt for such blackguardism and
i, any journal that indulges In It.
In this connection the editor of the
TELEGRAPH addressed a note to the
editor of the Bulletin on yesterday and
Ig received the following reply:
MoNnoE, March 80th, 1888.
is Mr. C. H. Trousdale, Monroe, Ls.
Sir: I am not personally responsible
for the articles referred to in your note
1 of this date, and I freely state that I
r have not intended by anything pub
ished in the Bulletin to reflect on your
at honor or character as a gentleman.
f Yours, de., W. H. GAYLE.
So there Is a snake in the grass
some one in the dark, behind a tree
who shoots slander, vituperation and
abuse at the editor of the TELEGRAPH
and would assassinate his character. If
the editor of the TELEGRAPH objects
the assassin is "'responsible."
For such a man, one who would at
as tack another in the cowardly manner
id employed In this case, over the shoul
ie ders of another, the editor of the TELE
ae GRAPH has the profoundest contempt
y and he deserves the contempt of all
honorable men. With this statement
the matter is dismissed so far as I am
C. H. TROUSDALE.
' "CHAIRMAN" STUBBS' CARD.
In last Wednesday's Bulletin ',Chair
man" Stubbs attempted to refute and
discredit the statement made by the
r- TELEGRAPH that the rumors respect
e. log the submission of our local political
at differences to the State Committee for
r settlement were without foundation.
at He had a great deal to say about an
a. unauthorized effort between hbimself
and Judge Garrett to efect such a sub
mission of our differences and says:
r- "These facts are thus submitted to
e, the public in order that it may deter
Ig mine with how much truth the TELE.
SoGRAPH can announce that 'the rumors,
1e &c., are without foundati'n.' ".
7e The TELEGRAPH did not say, nor
Intend to say, that such an effort was
c. not made, but it did say, and Intended
to say, that the rumors that our differ.
ences had been submitted for settlement
to the State Committee were without
After the conference referred to by Mr.
e. Stubbs in his card, the false report that
our differences had been adjusted and
us that the anti-ring was out of the race
if was Industriously circulated in lMon
e. roe and for all we knew throughout
ta the parish. That was the false impres.
3o sion that we desired to kill and we
d think it was effectually done.
Ia The TELEGRAPHI was not so far from
te the truth as the "'Christian Statesman"
to would make it appear.
"Chairman" Stubbs can refer our
differences as a whole to the State
8' Committee for ' arbitratement" and
Is settlement it he desires, but he will
d find that it is one thing for him to
' "refer" and quite another thing for
a him to bind the large majority of white
d Democrats of Onachita who compose
Sthe anti-ring by his gratuitous and un
The Floyd Messenger notes the
presence ot Judge Hoyt, Mj. Agnew
and Capt. L. N. Polk in that place and
quotes them as saying that work will
commence on the railroad from Brink
Itey, Ark., to Alexandria at an early
day. They expect to put 1000 hands
at work in a few days and Capt. Polkr
with his engineer corps is now at the
Cut.off for the purpose of cowmmencing
r operations. An enterprising citizen,
. according to the Messenger, is engaged
a lnclearing the roadway through his
t lands in the northern part of the patr
Wherever there is a determined ef
fort on the part of the people to throw
s off bossismand put down ring rule you
hear the silly cry that the State ticket
- Is being endanger, d thereby. The
- State ticket will he elected and the
- patriotic men who are rebelling against
lla continuaee of ring rule will give it
g their whole influence and support and
o votes. Ringsters of the most ringster
let kind can do no more than that.
Democratic Mass Meetings.
Mass meetings called by Uriah Mill
saps, Esq., chairman of the Democratic
Parish Executive Committee, were
held at Calhoun, Cadeville and Mt.
Vernon church on the 26th, 27th and ;
89th respectively. They were largely t
attenled and were addressed by both b
the anti-ring and ring candidates.
The meeting at Calhoun was presided
over by Mr. G. W. McCormick and I
Mr. N. G. Watson acted as secretary.
The following gentlemen addressed the
meeting In the order named : A. Be
noit, Hoo. F. G. Hudion, Judge T. A.
a Garrett, Hon. R. W. Richardson, Col.
T. O. Benton, D. W. Faulk and W. H.
Anders. Between 75 and 100 people
Mr. E. n. Guyton was elected chair
man of the meeting at Cadoville and I
r Mr. F. L. Parker secretary. About
8 50 citizans, white and black, were pres
ent. The meeting was addressed by
A. Benoit, Hon. F. G. Hudson, Judge
a T. A. Garrett, ELon. R. W. Richardson,
e Col. T. O. Benton, A. Green, D. W.
Faulk and W. F. Milloaps, in the order
The best of feeling prevailad at each
meeting and everything in consequence
passed off harmonimely.
The Rivers and Harbors bill, pend
ir tng before Congress, recommends the
following appropriations for Louisiana
Red river, from Fulton, Ark., to
- the Atchafalaya, $1,000,000; Iced river
d at its mouth, Including the rectification
of the hold of the Atchafalaya, and for
turping the waters of the Red around
the upper side of Turnbull's Island,
a $8,000,000; Bayou Plaquemine, for
commencing the work of connection
t with the Mississippi, $1,000,000; Bayou
Lafourche, $50,000 ; Ouachita. $25,000;
r Cdlcasteu, continuing work at the pass
and its mouth, $10,000; Tensas river
- and Bayou Macon, $5000; Bayou
,t Bayou Courtableau, $5000; Bayou Bar
I tholomew, $5000; Bceuf river, $6000;
Amite river and Bayou Manchac,
at $5000; Bayou Terrebone, to com
plete, $3000; Dorchute Bayou and
Lake Blsteneau, $5000 ; Tickfaw,
$1000; Little river, $2500; Bayous
Rondeway and Vidal, $1000.
T.he erroneous impression seems to
have been drawn from the TEIE
d GAPIU'S criticisms of the Horton case
1e that Judge Richardson placed the accu
I sed partiesunder too heavy a bond. The
al TELEGRAPHI therefore desires to say,
r- in justice to Judge Richardson, that
he acted in the most fair and courteous
manner towards the accused, and that
f taking the gravity of the charge into
b- consideration and the fact that no pre
liminary examination was held, and
to that he had to be govroned by the only
r- evidence before hinm, to-wit : the aflida
". vit, the bind was rlot oxcses:ive hy aIny
, We have in • stock over 200 boxes of
, soaps. MITCHIELL & %It'CO13:cxe.
:I VEATHER CROP BIULLErTI,
t Of the Louisiana Weather Service, fbr
t the Week Ending March 21.
Temperature-The first two days of
the week temperatures above the aver
t age were reported, but the cold wave
of Tuesday and its attendent frosts
again checked tire growing crops; the
:e continued cold weather since then has
I- been unfavorable to planting interests.
It The average temperature for the week
was slightly below tloe normal for that
period of formter yars. The highest
Stemperature reported was SO degrees,
and tihe lowest 30 degrees, both from
in the northern see'ion of the State.
.t There remaius a slight seasonal defl
ciency in the meani temperature of
Loulsiana since January 1, ranging
ir from two-tenths of a degree in the
te southern to one and ottne-half degrees
Id in the northern ..'tlim.
. Rainfall-An a vterage deliciency of
half an inch in hte rairifall for the
past week is noted inl the northern
)r portion of t he Stale, ad anll excess of
a one inch ill the central ilit soulhelastern
Sportions, with a norltlnal tlmlotltt inl the
southwEstern portion. ''iTis iucreasce
the seasonal excess for the southeastern
section, making it ahout threeand tne
half inches atH vi the normai l for tlel
0 period from Janruary 1 t! t:lit.
The rains of tile 1ast week fell onl
the 19th and 20th. UGenueral raitns are
predlic:ted for Louisiiatlla for to-(day, ex
I tending into toorotrrow.
- Snnasline--'he pe:ceantlragt of sun
y shine has tiveraced from 5 t'i 15 per
i cent above Ihie L.oi tmal for tilt week,
the grtatest exes~ts rin . rl orted trolrn
the Southern port ot:.
tlF'rost--Ktillng frot-t occurei o ta ilte
g 21st and 22nd ill t Ihe Northerln sectioln,
and light frosts atre reported on tirhe
d same dates from certain parish e in thln
s General emaurks-Tti weather cn
r-dltlons during the paHt week t;av'
hbeen rather unfrt\'rable to the tlg
ricultural ihtercsts of 'he St.te, in
Sthat the rainfall f I t:e t:irly part ot the
Sweek was followel d by :i decided cold
u wave, returdit lg lt, grCowlth of crops
in the Southern sectioe, andi thie pl:Lrt
ing ol cotton and corn in the Norith
e Reports are received fronm the central
t portionuof tho Slatethat the late kill
t Ing frosts hIave greatly damuaged the
young corn, and that many fartumers
will have to replant all their crops.
Signal Corps lD)irector.
Mr. Newton's Bill to Refund the Cotton
[Special to The Times Democrat.]
WVASHINGTON, iMarch 201b.-Mr.
Newton of Lou!siana, tc-day introduced
a bill to refund and pay to eoch State
a sum equal to the amounts collected
therein, respectively, as a tax on raw
cotton during the years 1803 to 1868,
The bill provides that umtunots paid
shall be held by the Slates in trust for
the producers who paid said tax, or
their logsl repiresentative , and iita
the tax stihall be refunded entd ISiIl ;,
the parties who producid the cott,on
and paid said tax, or their legal rep
resentatives, through uch agenCies as
the Legislatures of the several States
may establish or emulower, upon the
claimants showing by competent and
sufficient testimony that ht, raised
the amount of cotton upon is bich he
claims to have paid the tax, and that
he, through himnselfr or lhers, paid taxes
on said amount to the United States
government; sa;d in CtSet the claim sa
made through tthe icgal representatives,
that the person whom lie represents
paid the tax and the amount thereof.
Claimants shall have five years within
which to filet their claims after the
Legislature shall have established a
tribunal or clothed existing tribunals
with power to adjudicait said claims;
and that any porttou of the lax rttnain
ing in custdy of toe Sailts after paying
all established claims shall be devoted
to the public schoal fund.
It is understood that of te,. sixty-five
or seventy million dollars thus collected
ten millions or mere came from Louisi
Fifty gross Kellogg's blueing.
r MITCHIELL C'ORMIICK.
UN I''ED L T A'TES MAIIlS1AL'S SALE.
IN TIIIN UNITED STATl"S CIRCUIT
COURT FI TrII CIRCUIT AND) 1VEST
EItN I)ISTRlICT OF I.OUISIANA.
fI. MAIIQUFZ!E Co. VS. If. D. KING
AND V. & A. MEY!:: C'.
B Y VIRTUE OF AN ORDnER OF SE;IZ
ure and alto issuod fromn the Honoruble,
the United States Circuit Court, Western
District of Louisiana, to tle directed in the
above entitled and numbered suit, I will
proceed to sell to the highest bidder on
Saturday, 5th day of ilay, 1888,
at 12 o'clock at, at the door of the United
States Court house, in the city of Monroe,
Ia., the following described property, viz:
Sw i o1 See. : atnd se j and e '- of sw M
of Sec. 4; and sw ,ý, of no ,' of Sec 8; and
all of Soc. 9 excopt the sw ;. of sw : and
all of Sec. 10 except s ol'sw : l; ll in
Township 18, n r b5 , co0;ainiot 1600 acres
more or less.
Seized in the above suit. Terms, twelve
month's credit, with approved security.
A. C. AGIBOIN, U. s. Marshal.
United States Marsh:l's Otico, Monroe,
La.. March 28th, 1888.--6t:. P. f. *7.00.
TIE STATE OF LOUISIANA, PAI;ISHI
OF OIUACHITA, 'l'Ifllti VAIRD,
MAG ISTR'ATE'S COURT.
CUARLES TAYLOR VERSUSI IZZIE
STUART AND ItUSII3AND.
B y VIRTUE OF A V1RIT 01" FI. FA.
issued by the Hlonorable Third Ward
Magistrate's Court. in and lir the parish of
Ouachita, State of Louisiana, and to ice
directed in the above enitled suit, I havo
seized and tal;cn into my possessionl and
will lrocoed to se11l at public auction, be
tween legal hours of s::le, at tihe door of the
Courthouse in the city of Monroe, Le.. on
Saturday. 5th tday of lMay, 1888,
the following doesribed iroperty. to-wit:
A house and lot sitated in ]ilhiol's Ad
dition to the city of Monroe, La., fronting
on WVashinglton street and running back
between A. Cook's and HIence Colurtlney':
on the east and John Gerspach's on the
west to lireard street.
Seized as the properly of the deen::dant,
and will be sold to sat.isfly said writ and
cost. Terms of sale, eash, wit il bheoltit of
appraisemenlt. F. McCLOIE. Constable.
March 31, 18SS.-(ils. '. f. 67.00.
S2ATE OF .LOUI'IANA, PATII.I 1OF
OUAI'II'TA, CLTY OF1 MONRlt,.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDIINANCE OF
the Honorable City Council of thoe City
of Mlonroe, Stato and parish aforesaid,
adopted March, 1st, public notice is hereby
given that a special election willbo hold at
the diffirent precincts in the ('ity oft Ion
roe on Tuesday, the 10th day of April A. ).
18-8, in order to ascortain tlhe snlse of the
qualilied pIroperty tax p:aycai of.Said City,
upon the quesOion whether or not they will
direct the City Council of saii City, to loyy
and collect a live mIll tax for teon years in
aid ol thie HIoustotn. Central Arklanas alllnd
Northern lRailro:(cl C'otnpaty, said electioni to
be held ill :tecordatllc with the conditiolns.
terms and prov\i.ionl: ofthe atlrousaid ordi
ttce. ROUT111. 1. ENDOlt,
leturninit ouii',: fr tho P'aruish of Ouachit:e.
loenroo, L... March D)lth 1SF.
P'OLING l'l.A\':S AND (' ,t3131JttI ERS.
Courthtsce--('Otntlission Is'S: 1I. Mloise.
HIenry M .ll l ttn t 1 C. 1'. Keltler.
Five lPoints. 'T'a\ l,)r's IBtc'her Shop'.
• oniinissinnorr: A. G. liov1n1an:, . t'.
\'otr, ('has. Sclnh lz).
ItLE(;is'IltAI'Ok N ,T' S'ICt:.
NOtTICI IS H11 lE-1,:Y GIVE1 N TIIAT
tlhe renistraiot 1i)ooks to i'lho (C'it" of
Monro, t\ill be opeteled at till, ('al:.bcose
buildings on l, :Qdahtv, `1:lrch "2: h, 1-51, :and
will retmtain opon unit Thutrsday, MAt vy tl,
1t-M. inclusiveo, to attrdl oplptor'tunity r all
cligiblo voters of the city of M:hroo .co reg
ister to entitleo theta to cast tl'i " votes in
tho 'ity celcctit) r t[layor ind Cltontlillnehtt
,n .1 mtlay, .'I:ty 7th, 1's..
L. tI '11N. Rtlcgitrar.
T'llI1 S'T'A'T'E OF 1.O,15T-'AN.\. PARI1li
t)OF O1'A'.IIhTA, FlIt. " DIS.TIICT
trit Court. in i r the tis
Onaehitj , an. to ill' irtted in the ,hore
at public ru.ction. bet w\en }e,1 .Lors of
s A : , to the last 0n. . ih.11 It (he o'. . t the
roe. L:., on
Saturday, 14th day at. A', pril. 2"I..
c h" u f yllowing do'crthed ' 10t1 , 1 r to-\, 1
One 11t0 l '. Ridll ino a h: r Hall.
hei i:,1 . t oe p;~nO t 'tý ia t hm ;:I.: *(
and ttill b.u wtt~l to:"U a. c . .:i. l w r:: :u:t i
cost.. publi us Olf , lsa l. \"11, 11 ;i' t '.( "i':r.: :.
of flpTr vin,_ t "t'.1r
Fashionable lillinery and lressIai
MRS. § M. §STAPLES § BLEES
Has Just Openened
the Most Complete and Elegant Line of
Spring and Summer Novelties
Ever Brought to this City,
And Offers Same at Lowest Prices.
All work in both the Millinery and Dressmaking Departments is done under
itrs. Blees' personal supervision. and entire setisfaction guarantoed. Sole Age0Dmo7
"DOWN'S PATENT SELF-ADJUSTING ''cc.,,ETS" and "PULLMAN" and "LADY
JOSEPHINE" BUSTLES. By giving 3our immediate attention to this yon will
greatly oblige, Yours Respectfully. MRS. M. STAPLES BLEB.
4-r-caz i < tret ot- - - -------- -- -- C . Za.
FURNITURE, SASH AND DOORS, WINDOW SHADES,
Childrens' Carriages, Wagons and Velocipedes.
-AND DEALER IN
Coffins, Goffin rimnings and Metalie Burial Cases.
- ALSO DEALER IN
The American Sewing Machine.
MILL POINT SAW MILL,
HiARRISON HIERRIG, - - - - Proprietor
DEALER IN -
All Kinds Pine, Cypress, Walnut & Ash Lumber,
S10 UGH AND DRESSED,
e Orders left at 1Mill or Opera House will meet with prompt attention. -
EBox$ 40. Tonrooe· =.a.
WEST MONROE ADVERTISEMENTS.
WEST MONROE, LA.,
DY GO00DS, CIOTIlNG, HIl WARll. &ICIIlH.
Western Produce, Cooking Stoves and
= i T i ii xi,. i CT iF U NU E -
Agents. for David Pratt Cotton Gins, Feeders and Condensers, and James &
IXCRSIOR SAW ANll PIAN i III.LS.
F. VOLLMAN, Proprietor.
P()OST OFFIC: - - - - - WEST IONROE, LA.
- 3rA:UFACTUREIR AND DEALER IN
ROUGH, DRESSED AND MATCHED
Pine and Cypress Lumber,
HEART AND SAP SHINGLES,
DO OMRS, SA.SIH, -BLI.TIDS, =O.
Th13 illi:ng of orders and answering letters of importance promptly and faithfullj
at t ended to. A liberal share of the public patronage solicited.
'These mills. of but receint construction, are situated on the west bank of Ouachita
rivor, inmediately above the Monroe Oil Mills. I have a railroad track connecting
thlon with the V.. S. & P. I. and have a safe and convenient steamboat landing, laoilitlea
cenjoyed by no other mill heareabouts, and by which I am enabled to offer such induce
nilets to latrous residing along tho railroad or river as will make It decidedly to their
adrilantage to deal with moe. F. VOLLS;AN.
A. J. iKELLER, Agent, iMonroe, La.
Prepare for TNrar !
Aud Flies, Mosquitos, Gunats and all other Insects by having your Doors and
Windows itted up with thl 'atotr, ire screen Frame. 'The Frames are light and
firnmly put together, nicoly inislhed in Black Walnlt stain and varnished. Frames
will be putt lp comnpleto at reasonable prices by JAS. P. McGRATH,
Orders by mail will receive promlpt attention. WVest Monroe, La.
QUEEN AND OThSWNT OUlTE
TIE FAVOItITE LINE JIETWVEEN TIHE NORTH AND SOUTII.
Limited Express Trains Between Cincinnati and New Orleans
-- In 25>% Hlours.
TE.XA..LS SI-OR1T LIlNTE
CONDENSED TIME CARD---In Effect January 1st. 1888.
I LT11 'inoUND1-Read Down NORTH BOUND-Read Up.
No. 1 No. 7 No. : No. 6 No. 8 No. 2
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I 1 .... ....... . Meridian.........A p ....1000tpm
:1 a : ... ...i......... , ......... erdin n .......... .............. .......... . 1.... 00 p m
1....1 i . ....... .......... ........ tticksburg ......'4..0p m ... . .. p
'110 a 111 ........... . I . Deias ........ L 1... ............................ 22500 p m
2 .o.I......... ionre ......... T ............... '............... '1 00 am
i 1 ' I ......... Shreveport ...... L ...............a.n............. ( 00 a sn
(Gcineral Office-:. St. Paul Buiilding, West Fourth St., Cincinnati.
.IN0. C. (LAU1,T. I. CARROLL. I[. COLLBRAN,
7 ten'l Manalar. Gen'l Superintendent. Gen'l Psss'r Agent.