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VOL. 1. * ONROE, LA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1885
DAILY TELEGRAPH. T
G. W. ReCRANII, Editor. thtE
V. M. TELLES, Publisher and the Ii
BuDaness Manager. Ing t
Rabbi Brown. som
NEW YORK, 27-Rabbl Browue, of
this city, was appinted by Gen. Han
cock as the repressentatLve Rabbi of the nigl
Jowls faith in the funeral possession
of Genl. Grant, but the funeral taken.
place on Saturday, the Jewish Sabbath pub
Mr. Browne asked permission to walk
in the procession, as riding in carriages per
is a violation of the ( Jewish eabbath. Uti
Those in charge of the obsequeles being ma
averse to make ;ehanges ;required the and
permission was not 'granted and ere
Rabbi Browno declined the honor of the
participation in the funeral. sln
The Grant family however, interfere
red and Gen. Hancock issueed an or
der authorizing the Rabbi to take his
own means of locomotion and thus it
was that Rabbi Browne walked from
the City Hall to Riveraide Park. The
Reformed Jews were displeased with 5p4
his making the journey on foot as
being against the progressive idea. f
The orthodtox Jewish greatly outnum- so
bering the former, however, applauded p'
theagcand yesterday in the synagogue Pa
the largest. in the city, among them, tic
during the Thanksgiving serv- hi
ices, at Rabbi Browne's Temple, pre,.Cc
sented him with a large gold medal U
and an Illuminated dress. The medal e
shows Rabbi Browne with a pall bear.
er badge, as he marched'in the proess
sion, in high relief in the centre, while Jc
under the feet, in raised letters, is the g
legend from the City Hall to River. of
side Park, and over-head are the
Hebrew words: "For blessed be he at
who sanfifies the Sabbath ; "the t
names of the doners are engraved on a it
bar attached to the gold frame which ti
encircles the medal.
Prize Fight. ti
NEW YORK, Nov. 27.-John W.
Falloon, of Brooklyn, fought seven
rounds in New Lots last night with
Alf. Powers, of Greenpoint, with hard
gloves under the Marquis of Queens
burg rules. The fight was a very
savage one. Both men wanted to fight
to the finish, but friends prevented D
them for fear of the police. Mike t
O'Leary, referee declared the fight a
draw while the spectators were waiting
in the hall for the principals to come c
in, Mike Donovan, not the pugilist, c
quarrelled outside with Denny Butler, g
over the right to second Fallon. He I
Dulled out his pistol and pointed it at t
the head of the other Mike Donovan, I
who is Butler's brother.in-law. Denny
Butler knocked him down Just as his
pistol exploded close to Donovan's
head. The bullet wounded Butler,
slightly, in hand.
MANCHEasTER, Nov. 27.-At the
Manchester Rifle range yesterday,
Benj. Cllne, broke the world's record,
making 69 oat of possible 70.
ThI Special Delivery A Failure.
NEw YoRK, 27.-The World say, Of
the news speRal delivery service: At
thePiast .oa e, theme his bee.makeld
deereae inithe sale eo.ew stasmpssinqq
the inauguration of the system. Dur'
inog the iret two weeks in October 2,.
487 stamps were sold. At the general
post office during the second two weeks
14,474 and during the first 2 weeks in
this month,but 9,876 were sold. This
falling off ii accounted for in this way,
said-seperildept Richards, of the city
delivery: Thousands of stamps were
purchased at first for albums andia
great many letters were mailed out of
curiosity and the different branqh
offices purchased large stocks; and in Says
some instance, country Post masters Che
,) bought from this office, rather thgn
send to Washington and welt a foSt- in a
night. According to our books, we Wr
deliver 1000 letters daily. Post-master
Pierson said:!yesterday: The systepn bou
In was looked at in the wrong light by the
public at the commencement. They that
k expected too much and after the ec jleas
perimenating and finding that the
t. ime saved was only a few minutes in
'g most cases, they were disappointed
e and thus it is that it has been coneid- but
id ered a fallne. In many smaller towns,
of thoughout the country, the system Jis
almst a failue and in Lrooklyn,where
,re boys are employed as messengets,
)r- it was found they would not hold poel
als tione, as they could not earn muqh Bal
more than $6 00 a month. Can
'he NEW YORK, Nov. 27.-The Sun's
Ith special from Atlanta, Ga., says: Bu
as The :anti.prohibitionists have per'
ea fected arrangements tolcontest the re,
m. sull of Tuesday's election here. The
led prohibitionists are preparing a muniel
rue pal ticket to antagonize theCitlzeps
o, ticket now in the field. The anti-pro
rv- hibitioniste propose to employ Roecoe WO
,re, Conkling to carry the contest to the tat
dal United States Supreme Court if neces
IS Knights of Labor.
see- POTTSVILLE, Pa., Nov. 27.-The
bile Joint Convention of the Miners Amal
the gamated Association, and the Knights
tre of Labor, met here yesterday in secret
he session. The prevailing impression is go
the that the contemplated strike has been
n a indefinitely postponed. The resolu
iich tion upon subject provides for the in. Ie
auguretion of an eight hour system in re
the mines on May 1, 1886.
W. Condenced Telegrams.
Miss Von Blamer successfully ac
pith complished her bycicle ride at 10:50
yard o'clock last night, having 10 minutes
ens- to spare.
ight A subscription has been started at
nted Montreal and throughout Canada, for
like the benefit of Riel.
ht a The storm which has raged for the
ting past few days along the Massachusetts
ome coast caused much destruction. Cres
liust, cent Beach, the principal hotel, was
tler, almost entirely demolished and many
He houses were carried away. ¶the rain
it at changed into snow and the fall of snow
Ivan, in Vermont and New Hampshire is
snny heavy, varying from 1 to 21 feet deep.
5 his HAVANA, CUBA, Nov. 27.-The
ller, other places of amusement, are closed
because of the death of King Alfonso.
the Fuoneral services on a large scale, will
rday, be held on the day of Interment. The
ord, people manifest great anxiety to know
what will happen in Spain.
"IT I'S .' 41."
-T-T IS WHAT -
IEOII GEBSOKNI IIt ! TIF
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Says to his would be oompetitgre. They mal. oyC
lO Cheap goods ! Cheap goods ! and oier at )aprpooI
in a prize lottery as an inducement to thek
rIWINOHESTER HALL with a stook of g4(r ll,
n bought at first hands and for; the MONEY, ' ,
that purchasers will buy goods where;they emrapt: *Pt
" but when it comes to business
e" THE ALMIGHTY DOLIARB TlI
It is always the CASH PURCHAO8IR who g,bh MI._;
Bargains. The merchant who buys his goodslb t 1
can afford to listen to the idle talk of his coupsttO ss. ,
' Our stock is Paid For anid we have a :g..ill ag1igg1
It is unnecessary for us to quote our prices for.
we had last week goes to show that thelpeople w
the take advantage of the
IMMENSE BARGAI NS
,al- W E O:F FjE E.
.ret Our Stock is COMPLETE in every department, awl1!
is goods, are being received EVERY DAY.
- The public will not fail to remember the GREAT. OIVY·e
in. made in prices last year. We assure them we will de.osrteMr
In reputation as
THE PIONEERS OF LOW LPBJE.c .
o:o We Cordially Invite an inspection of'-"r
goods and prices.
' WINCHESTER HL,
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