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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 16 July 1875

VOLUME X. MONROE. LOUISIANA. FRIDAY. JULY 16, 1875. NUMBER 44. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Friday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PAlIS11., 1.\. C-. TWT. MlOCSER.Ja.I-TF. Editor and Proprietor. TERMS 01V . lTRSC'ltll" ION. One copy, one year,.......................................... 1,0 One copy, six mouths, .......................... ".tci ADVANCE RtATAN': One copy, one year,............................ One copy, six Imonths ............." .............. , TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RA'l'- S. Advertisements will be inserted at o1ne dollar and fifty cents per square (one inlch of space or less), for tihe tlnt, and severnly live cents for each subsequent inlertion, , tr Iany tie under one nlonth. For longer periods as follows: .1 SII R SQ'1Ra* . 1 iH.i % " Ih.} :8 i. l n,. Ial. ne ........ ............. 3 75'$ 7 1:- 2e Two .................... 7 1 0 12 :U5 :i8 Three .................. 11 00 17 20 :301 -0 Folr.................. ...5.... - "0 ; :0is 2,2 i hive .................... 18 00 2ol :o 4...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 16 July 1875

G. W. McORANIE. Editor. MONROE, LA., JULY 16, 1875. Me" 4 ;f Movement. The o iz(ion of the farmera of this sectimpetmtitii6 reTt isai56udt tfo assume a phase practicalai its bearings,.fand likely to be beneficial in Its results. On the 4th of S 4eivisayext,. a convention of the Graqgseloftthe Onachita Valley is called to ms ratthls lace, to consider the impor tant ~l'j pt of Labor, Immigration, Trn tiO ..Grange Agency, Grange StorepGantageWBank and' Cotton Factory. Th'arWea. live gubjects, possessing specm iI'4 ' for the agriculturist; and it is elaL sign when the farmers of the eouni e .o much as begin to discuss theln nee.. The thought and inquiry whi0 sti. mulated, and the bringing alfso many leading producers in frateield6iioeh will result in good, even thou t 'a pstical conclusion is reached. The aqeot a Convention here.demonstrated this, $w. ly: to the gratification of all who feel s'lntrr~t in the development of the counne s mgprces and the prosperity of its citizens. Buff...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 23 July 1875

VOLUME X. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1875. NUMBER 45. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Lobt. J. Caldwell, L AWYER, MONROE, LA. Jan. 25, 1873. 19:tf James T. Strother, A TTORNEY AT LAW, MAONRO1 , LA. May 31, 1873. 37:1y R. 0. COBB. A. A. OUNBY. Cobb & Gunby, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, MONROE, LA. Aug. 2, 173, 46 ttf. W. I. Hardy, ATTORNEY AT LAWON , A. A IMONROE, LA. Feb. 25, 1874. n24-ly A. L. mSluek. A TTORNEY AT LAW and Connllis sioner for Texas. Ollico Wood St reet Monroo, La. Prompt attention given to col leutioits in North Louisiana. Aug. 26, 68.5:t7 L. N. Polk, TLURVEYOR, Civil Elngineer and Drau b3 ghtsutan. All orders left with Rlichard son & McEnery, Monroo, La., will meet with prompt attention. T'ermsl, CAnti. May 11, 1872. 34-ly Dr. S. U. Murplly, Having returned to Monroo, offers Iis professional services to the ciltizous of the town and country surrolunding. le l mayt be found, when not professionally engaged, either at his office in thie Ilreard building, up-stairs, or at h...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 23 July 1875

G. W. McGORANIE. Editer. MONROE, LA., JULY 23, 1871. SYLLA ' S OF' SUPREMIE COURT • . .-DECISiows. :;'GrffP JusroICi LUDnEw.NO. T~Uy.Vs. Paulk.--J udgument reversed. State s.Va.lVen.-Appeal disiissed,there beingqino; udgment in the record. Sucaession of Rawls.--The widow's priv ilege of $1000.Is superior to all other privi leges, except those of the vendors, and thosetdt decnre the payment of expenses ine mtlin" selling property. Judgment affrned. Davis vs. Maddin.-Plea in reconventlon set u ,a d case remanded on that issue. Mayor pf Homer vs. Merritt. et. al. Sureties on a tax collector's bond cannot plead that: taxes were illegally assessed. Judgimgt afinrmed. Statej.u. Tim Roth.-Appeal dismissed, there being: no- udgment. Suaoebii on 'df Wamsley.-A third party musht "slw an interest to be allowed to appeal. ,Appeal dismissed. State ' ic rel. vs. Ed. Jackson.-Contest for Repgrder. Judgment for plaintiff, re versing.bte lower decree. Aby'd Gatihing vs. Brigham, Curator. Quettlon o...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 30 July 1875

VOLUME XJMON3trOOUNAFY JULYor, V OLU M E ... ...... .............. .. ... U L --, 1- _M E 4..---6- _ - V()?!uME -, I0NR0E. L()UISISNA , F-II)AP, JULY' 80), 1875. NUM6BER 46. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Robi. J. Caidwlrell. 'I'TO1iNIIY A'1' LA~\V, Jtt4N 114±1, LA.h R, (4. c~oili. A. A. (41' N IIY A'Il'l~S~YCI ATL LAW, l1,ION(baI~, L~. A'I·'I·OANAug. 2\rIh~ I)clcT, 171, -II W.~~Z S~ T K.h Ha rdy, <rlull L saul olr llu'· 'rOXs:iL. (IliacO V\~,aata Sioa1't-~1 S UIIVEPOII, Civil E~lgialccr lRlla Di:1ll glattainana. All orders (cl\'t WIt R~io·I:~aai 5,114 *4 MaL~·LiCry,~ Moitroc, LuI., will ikicoft 'ai th IliOliijlt itttlltiOli. ·(I'Vornaa (:ASLI. Dr. S.(1. Niarplly I~viIAili rcturl(43t1 to 11011100e, ofirar hlis prot'ossiunlal seurv-ies to thle tciticills ad 1(40? tow .IaaulId colalitr·y aarronlliali,,' 11 ii) lliV ejtl ,or at his ollice il (tice Jti'cawa baaatatiig~, aip-stairs, or alt uk. aesnictiec ii irailr (41 1 tac Unactalital iolasO. N'ov cimabor 12, 1S741. 8:ly. FI~ANII l~. STUOBLS....

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 30 July 1875

0. W.. UicORAUIIU* ftetor. l MONROE, LA., JULY 30, 1875. *M retr LW Suit. Not"namM 4ays ago Mite Carrie Graves, a resident of lnton, Miss., obtained from the Hon. Wm. C. Pipkin, Pariah Judge of I the parish of St. Helena, a writ of habeas corpus, alleging that Mr. and Mrs. Newell of said parish illegally restrained her dauigl~ter, aged about six years, of her libedt ' The history of this remarkable c.sdb to'be that the child was placed by it. :Mier, (aen. R. H. Winter, of Canton. undei the' care of Mr. and Mrs. Newell, who tYirn'thided in Madison county, Miss.. to be.-ed;: the father furnishing the means bf spor,tand on the condition that Mrs. '.N,':ishould restore the child when calldltbr Wb"either father or mother. Sub seqihiai, 'MXr. and Mrs. N., removed to the pat1it of St Helena. In the meantime, the ihlte 'a. man of means, residing in Cantdn,Mian., died, leaving a legacy to the 4 chill,. The writ of habeas corpus was bitterly. contested in the parish Courti the defededný .de...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 6 August 1875

-TAr TTMF1. X. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1875. NUMBER 47. THE TELEGRAPH: lublished every Friday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PAR ISHI, LA. G-. -. EM °C:m.LTrE Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. no copy, one year, ........................... 4,00 ()neo copy, six mnonths ........................... -',., ADVANCE RATES: One copy, one year ......... ..................3,00 noa copy, six mlonths ..........................0, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Robt. J. Caldwell, VAWYER, MONROE, LA. 1l:tf Jan. 25, 1873. :t Jalmes T. Strotlaer, A TTORNEY AT LAV, MON IOE, LA. MIay 31, 1873. 37:1y R. t. conlt. A. A. (iUNtlY. Cobb .& Gunby, A'FTORNEYS AT LAW, M IONIOE, LIA. W. K. llHardty, ATTORNEY AT LA 1,ONROE, LA. Feb. 25, 1874. 1n2l-ly A. L. Nlack. ATI'ORNIIY AT LAW andl ('otllitiS rsionler il)r Trexas. O)llice W\ootl Street IMontroe, ti. Prompt attention givel to eol tcctiolns it North Lttusisitalna. Aug. 2:0ti 8.5:17 L. N. Polk, SURIVEYOR, Civil Engineter and 1)rat 3gightSint;Ln. ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 6 August 1875

Edi Q. W. InCRRAIIE. diter. I. MONROE. LA.. AUGUST 6, 1875. to Del Adrew Johnseaon. of I On the 81st ultimo, after a month or ap more of variable health, a stroke of paraly- rec als closed the career of Andrew Johnson, the most remarkable man of North pol America ad Born in 1808 in North Carolina, of ob- 10o scure parentage, reared in an humble occu-lo0 pation, at majority without education or I means, he makes his home in the Great thl West. A vigorous brain under the tutor- pa ship of an Intelligent and devoted wife was do not long in impressing itself upon his eon- cal stituents. In 1830 he became Mayor of the Greenville, Tennessee. In 1835 he was to chosen State Representative, in 1841 to the se, State Senate, and in 1843 to Congress, where p: he served Ave terms. on In 1808 he was chosen Governor, and re- e elected in 1855. In 1859 he became a United of States Senator, but before the end of his th, term he was appointed a Brigadier General lest and Military Governor of Tennesse...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 13 August 1875

VOLUME X, MONROE, LOUISIANA,, FRI)DAY, AUGUST 13, 187x. NUMBER 48. THE TELEGRAPH: Published overy Friday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. 4c-. TIP. 31E'csC R.AhT 3 Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. (no copy, ono year,.............................. 4,00 noa copy, six lonths, .......................... 2,50 AD'ANC IC RATES: Ono copy, one year,..............................,0I (1ne copy, six Imouths............................20.1) TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisoments will be inserted at one dollar and liLty tonts per square (one inch of apace or less), for the first, and seventy live cents for ealch subsequent insertion, for ailI) lime under one month. For longer lperiods as follows: .N 31110'h sq'11s. I 1 i.:t ntu. 3 i I. 0 in. 12m. 011k..................... 3 75' j 7 'J $ 13 ` 20 Two.....................I 7 b0' 12 15 2 i 30 'l'hree ............. 11 011 17 20 30 40 Pour .......... 15 00: 22 2l1 38 50 Five.................... IS 00 26 30 43 60 Teni (!'-eol.) ...0......

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 13 August 1875

G. W. IeOCRANIdE. Editor. MONROE, LA., AUGUST 13, 1875. L"e-orga isation of the Denoecratie Party of Louisiana. 'tFrtr,-dimple and Unadulterated.-Now is the Accepted Time. NEw ORLEANS. August 10. 1875. (bl. G. T- McCranie, Editor T'elegraph: Dear Sir : - Believing that you are ani mated by a pure and ardent desire (as I claim myself to be also.) to s e Louisiana disencumbe r of the fraidnu ent impedi ments whicdtle riously obstruct her pro gres*, and iaOeing, as no doubt you do, that 41dicals Ittl Radicalism are such impedi mnt-, you look about i d ahead, as t do, obr the instruments and method of removal. We have tried a number of expedients and treatments, some of them of the "heroic" variety. We tried an election in 1872, but Durell, the notorious, and Packard not less so, sent for Capt. Jackson from Fort Baran cas, who. opportunely arrived in time to cross his bayo'ets and bivouack his men in the then State House to prevent, and did succeed in preventing the people's will irom...

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