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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
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
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 Miater bllders atlab Menoo
) day night here e present all prom m T
Itent master builde of the city. The li
labor question was ismusspd at some 01
S length and the s ng adopted A set
of resolutions dec lng the right of
the contractor to employ whatever f.
men hehay see fit without reference g
to any trade assembly and to purchase A
material from whom they choose. n
After stating that master builders will
it all times bear grievances of their em- a'
ployea and iccede to all reasonable de- 19
mands, the resolutions pledtge Shsee
who have signed' them to at .
crease work upon any btf4uiti ' .
which they may be eiepkloys bd1k I
ever any other member of thi.Uie
tion shall be forced to cease
on. his contract by any trad~° sloý#
and that sh cessation shall',t el i
until their brother members shall a
again llb able to resume his work. I
Anarchists and Socialists Meet.
ST. Louis, May 12.-The Anarchists
of this city, who number about 100,
held a meeting Sunday and after in.
dulglng in several of their usual incen
diary speeches, adopted resolution
charging the police of Chicago with
tramping on the freedom of the press,
with stealing the property of the work
Ingmens paper and with manslaughter
indorsing the action of their brothers
Chicago; denouncing the police of
S"rat city for killing defenseless workI
ra i ; unlawfully breaking up their
ast rpgs and confiscating their papers
telegrteir intention to emulate their
a oger f Chicago and to uphold the
(angecr. the standard of freedom,
On and sha/ eo held a meeting
4,kets can be bougn lutions of a very
: ne dollar 9 however, the
and $5..00 wil buy the recent
ets. It. II*. rno of
irs. Augdsta Dickerson
n, arrived in tUe city last
it to her mother Mrs. Bo a
7as been about three ye r this
Dickerson's lIst visit to ng
the anlmals whleh It wounded iLn st!
wanderings about the farm was a
palleh sow, The eow showned no signs
of blm* ected byythe wotln and it
wmsthtiugbt that 7hdreC g bib would
not result. Monday, however, the
animal began to show symptoms of
the dread disease and at the same time
the farmer's two little children, who
had been nursed with the cow's milk,
exhibited similar symptoms and are
in a critical condition, suffering most
terrible agoaies. Other members of
the family are also ill, but their symp
toms are not so alarming as those of
the children, and some hope is ex
pressed that they may recover.
L. C. Bernays, Jeweler, has assigned
to Eugene Arnold for the benefit of
creditors. Scheduled liabilities are
$40,000; assets nominally $29,500. All
the liabilities but $10,000 are due to
Eastern houses, mainly New York
and Meriden, Conn.
Fearful Wind Storm at IKansas City. d
3 KANsAs CITY, Mo., t2.-A fearful
storm of wind and rain swept over
this city yesterday continuing from 11
o'clock until noon. The courthouse r
D on Second street was totally demol
e ished above the second story and a
& number of persons hurt there but none of
killed as far as known at this hour.
The Lathrop school building, on
y Eighth street, was partially wrecked 7t
and many children caught in the luins.
Seven are said to have been killed ahd D
the full extent of the disaster is not
of yt known.
An overall factor on Second street was
" blown downand five deaths reported
I.'oin there out of fifteen girls at work
he in the building, ahile nearly all
on others are wounded.
The following list is as nearly accu
et rate as can be given at 4 o'clock.
Telephone wires are all down and this a
er increases greatly the difficulty In
ce getting early and reliable Information.
ie Among those reported killed there
may be one or two not dead :
e. At Lathrop School-Killed : Nellie
l ellls, Mary Bishop, Josle Martin
M. and little brother, Katie Smith, Rute
Ismith, Ruth Jamison, Bessie Insco, L
Mattie Moore, Edith Patch, Robert
Srsague and L. T. Moore, Jr. Among
:injured are: May Bover, badly
da~ t a Child named Terry, Edna
M, Eva Halett, Nellie Curry,
; t the Atwater Works building-a
&p story brick used as United States
eaIner'fs lfce-VW. A. Walden,
ts inijtd about head and breast, quite
tall e adrdusly; Major Livermore, hurt
about head; Lieut. H. Young, knee
broken and hurt about head; Nelson,
hurt about head,
At the Smith spice mill, adjoining,
ist Frank Smith was killed and several
o00, others bruised.
in- At the courthouse, on Indiana and
en. Main streets, Duputy Sheriff Henry
ion Dougherty is still missing. He is
pith supposed to be in the ruins, Mr.
ess, Moore, of Independence, is danger
ork ously hurt : Ed. Hedges, back broken;
iter Will Hedges, leg broken; James
hers Chase, badly hurt. The prisoners in
of the ail in the basemen- of the build
rk' ing vere badly scared, but unhurt.
heir They remained in the building, which
pers is intact on the outside from the second
heir story down,. the third and mansard
the having been demolished.
om, At the Overall factory, No. 11 West
Third street, the search is still in pro:,
grass and several persons are still
very missing. The following are known to
the have been killed : Jennie Fitzgerald.
lbu- Willie Eckman and a woman unident
ent ed. Mary and Naggie Bird will die.
s of Several others are in a dangerous
prietor, is badly bruised. The overall
factory occupied the third floor, the
G-A raham paper company the first and
is second floors. Their employ c escaped
Inue Reiln i
STOCK YET COMPLET IN 'EVE
d eternmned to CLOSE Uhis entire bo4 o
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
regardless of COT or VALVE.
a Cash purchasers are offered Bargains anver beore heard
e ,f in the history' of the Dry Goods trade in tbhleopnatti
This Great Closing-out ale will commence on January'
'd 7th, and will Continue Far Thirty Days Only.
s. The attention of the LADIE, to an Elegant Idne of
d Dress Goods, Wriaps, HOsiery, fanty Go6di,, Etc., is
t especially invited.
: GRAND ST., MONROE. LA .
tnlie DEALER IN
e0HARDWARI, BLACK SMITH' &bMAROHIHIS'1S
ma Tools, Cooking and Heating Stoves, Iron, Steel, WagOn
ry, Timbers, Belting, Guns, Pistols Sporting Goods and
House fornimhing Hardware.
tes MONROE. LA.
,i-c - -,.-,,,.-:: L---- -- ----,
nee FOR BARGAINS
ng, CALL ON
H. D. KING,
No. 7 DaSiard Street, Monroe.Louisiana.
me I)aler in Dry Goodi, Groceries, Clothing, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Hardware,
in Sddllery and Plantation Supplies, Etc., Etc.
Ild - ... . . - -.. .
and ERNEST FUDICKAR
to - DEALER IN -
lent, Choice Family Grocrries, Wines, Liquors, Cigtrs, Tobacc Geners
rous Assorted Merchandise.
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