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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 20 August 1875

VOLUME X, IMONROE, LOUISIANA, FR.1IDAY, AUGUST 20, 1875. NUMBER 49. THE TELEGRAPH: Publishcd overy Friday. A'!' MONItOE, OUACIHI'\. P %1t1,I1, L.A. c e. W. 11 2oCRýRýTSS., EIditor rad Proprietor. 'I'EI1iMS OF SUI..'C' IYTIOION r1e'Iltpy, e110 }-elu" ..............................:},00 (1110 0.11(3' SIo 1110111i 1?. ........ ........... ..a0 ADVANI'0 RsATts: (0 I01 coey oeIC ye:1.............. 3K.. 0 ('rt) copyr, six Itonths .......... ......... ..........:',1;0 '1'.\TAIIFF' 1 OF ADV'sRRTISINiIO Ii:TES. Adv'ert:soeolats will be ilnscrtCd at one 1, IIti and11 fifty coaits per .0(latro (one0 iitch o spl.a.ootr. lOss), folr thlie flst, ti1ed1 sI.(v131tt iv." c .nts for 1(0101 subselqcut Irlslortionl, lor period.,:ts titlltt~vs . ('a.:tal q'11:s.05 . 1 let. :11. 111. 1; Ill. 12111. i t . ... ... .i . .7 it 0 13 j2(1 'I'\. ....................... 7 t10 12 1:, 30 irc................. I 1 20 30 40 ...r lr.................... 13 011( 3 211 3$ 50 l"'i \-e .................'1I (Il '?1.j . t0) ...

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. — 20 August 1875

G. W. dIcORANEE. Editor. a .MONROE.. LA.. AUGUST , 187.. . The Viekslpnargl , lShrewveort mmed d TyLexa Ntllromad. A trip Over the railroad hence to Delta, last week, afforded us convincimg proof that I Major Green, Receiver, lhas beeno diligent 1 in his management of the affairs of tihe road. We found evidences of energy and I public spirit we did not expect to see, bo- I cause Maj~.o Green had no means to begin with, taking the road sinlply as he found it, in a much dilapidated condition. The u engines were dirty, the cars dingy, the depot buldings and platforms inadequate and outfofrepair, and the whole road and its equipments and concerns in need of work. We found on our trip a marvellous change, ;considering the time Maj. o Green has been in charge of the road and the faot that he was without money to begiql with. There is hardly a mile of the road, a depot,a car, engine, or anything else connected with the road, that does not, at this time, show a decided change for the better...

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. — 27 August 1875

VOLU-E X.' MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1875. NUMBER 50. THIE TELEGRAPH: Published every Friday. A'T 'MON ROIi OJACIIITA PARtISH, LA. 4C3,. NMW. 3%McC WJ2 Editor and Proprietor'. TEIMS OF SUIBSCRtIPTION. 1:11e copy, 01(0 ear .....................""........ .x'4,00' siX I ntit............................ i l2,56 AIDVANCEI IRATES: iiul' le '.'', On1e y13 ... .. . ..............'....:,110 Line copy, SIX 11ix,02101 .......... ...................i2 ii 'I'.UI'F1 O1 ADVERTISING IRATE S. Advetrlisenlellts gill be inserted at oiie dolIar :mid litty entis pe.r square (one ichu o ' space or less), ior tlhe tilirtt.alIul seveity in ti'Ocllet Ifor ecLh stibsepllilit iieiiiOO, I"'L'cl iod- s follows : :I'IIV It : 11 0 i tIle. 1 E1. '.'. 11I . :3111. "i ll. 12i111. ------ - Ii 1'ireo ........... ...... . .. 0 7 0 1) 1+i .0 :1) 'I"' ................ 1,01 J' 1 s0 40 i'inn .......... ...... ...I···· ",1li as 50 ,;;..I ..... . ....... eli 12i 301)i 4:3 60) 'tiel ('";-col.)..... ...30) 00, 4 s...

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. — 27 August 1875

"u aita e egraph p. S0. W. McgLBANE. Editor. I MONROE. LA., AUOGUST 27, 1875. *hePePple toAet--But Two Partles. The ionoment to organize the Democra- i tiopartpin this State was neither pointless 1 naor began without careful consideration. I Since 1874there has been no Democratic par- e tyi in Louisiana, as a State organisation,and r no party thoroughly in accord with the Na tiona Democracy. There is no recognized organ in Louisiana to-day with which the I National Democratic Executive Committee ( is authorized to confer or correspond; and I hence we are dependent mainly upon the member of that Committee from Louisiana for a hearing and for an equal distribution of favors. The Committee in this State headed by Mr. Marr is not a Democratic State Central Commnittee, being the offspring of a State Convention composed of delegates belong ing to several distinct anti-Radical organi zations, who assembled in Baton Rouge and there fused as one organization for the purpose of conducting the...

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. — 3 September 1875

VOLUME X. MONROE LOUISIANA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1875. NUMBER 51. THE TELEGRAPH: Published overy Friday. AT IMONROE, OUACHITA PARISII, LA. G. TW. 23EoC iAN-.. E, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Sieo et'p3', ono year .............................. 4.,00 )noe copy, six months, .......................... 2',5(1 ADVANClI RATES: tI leo copy, one year, ................................3,00 One copy, six mllOlths..... ............... 0....,00 TARIL~.'F OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advortisenlents will be insorted at one lttIl:r a;tld. fity cents per sqgtaro (ote inch 1I" sl:ie tor loss), for the first, and sOevnlty livt cents for each subsequent insertion, for iany time tinder on11 moth. 1For lonllger periods as follows: .t.UlnuKit SQ'RES. 11 1I.: 2 in.' 3111., 6 1 .' "21. . tiei.....................'. 7 . ' 1:1  $ 20 TI't o ............. ..... 7 b 1: 15 22 :11) ' liree .............. .....:11 0 17 20 0I 3 40 l" tt .................... .i 00 2 26! l~ 50 Five ............ . ..1 0 'i...

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. — 3 September 1875

*)zchlitz t g*ph. 0. W. m ans3E3. agem. u jp a.. EPTEMBER 4 1875. The euort-toi orgaiii a politielparty in SI skthtthseaesd *4wih the sWatitonalDem . e.net jad.ba 1tini s* pitarty name, ,hUhmnie bigt, IWlS oppohit*on from .eltitbssema jootatbaWopposed tOtiwe Repub ,i nauB sagatd'ie e. tniopePsf relief, strange • ,Idtlliy; iW mbenided- Upon the suocess hot ;.ltl iinsons-etit parety in 1878. It .,buis' aiSted that this want of unant .,i ins bsBlu d ~.i' mt wiith ;" and we may ,;A J~i oaiitativey, 4that this .opposition s tl'o eerafalhy. con dlesrmd,..and it S,.:alideemediael muach4importmmie as to .. ,, iqbieth pit heimovem e not e organise a "pa·yernbclbalhld witbalfNationsa conser vaývej@ enlStmioa;:aroiidlmbet .erve to , lly lii 48t lireses .'_of .piolncallopinIon, PiwaL e ~al R;be, gatadiese::qlemmtt, o. nps # 1o.omq ground uto be. known as " r ., q te a.t-ule. which. all .the oppo o4, . o Pa4ipisp as espeeted t take in ,. 4#(p !4bWigs its the neat Preident. AnI# ,d .dep. ., ...

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. — 10 September 1875

VOLUME X. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1875. NUMBER ~2. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Robt. J. Caludwell, LAWVYER, MONROE, LA. 11:tf Jamses T. !trotler, A TTORNEY AT LAW, MONHIOE, LA. May 31, 1873. 37:1y W. i. Hardly, ATTORN'EY AT LAW, MOAT NROE, LA. F'eb. 25, 1874. n24-1y R. U. COBU. A. A. OU~NIIY. Cobb & Gunby, ATTIORINEYS AT LAWX, MONROE, LA. Aug. 2, 1873, 46i t: A. L. Slack. A T'I'ORNEY AT LAW and Comnnis A sionler for Texas. Otlice Wood Street Molilroe, La. Promlpt attention given to col lections in North Louisiana. Aug. 2i,ti6.5:17 Dr. Wim. sMandel r Sg ENDERS his services as Physician and SI urgeon, to the public. Ho can be folund utpon his plantation, four miles below Mon ro. 1March 11, 1T74. 25-ly L. N. Polk, SURVEYOR, Civil Engineer and Drau ghtsmnan. All orders left with Richard son A McEnery, Monroe, La., will itteet with pronlpt attention. Terms, CASH. May 11, 1872. 34-ly Dr. I. C. Strother, I ESUMES the practice of his professioln, and otfers his services to the ...

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. — 10 September 1875

Q. W. .OMIAWU.. adter. MONROE. LA., SPTEMBER 10,1875. "~Waness f" One oYthe objections urged against the organization of the Democratic party in this State (where their is none) is, that it will edliet with"business I" We find this ob tion urged with pertinaelty by that class of newspapers, particularly, which have prac tipallyjoined the Radieals, or grandees who hpve grown wealthy and powerful by the corrupt acts of Radical legislatures. Now, we should like to be informed if every etisep of the State has not some sort of "business?" Is not the first business of Louisiana a redemption ot the State from misrule? Or, are we to submit indefinite ly, in order to please the banks, private corporations and others of this State who have boundup their busines interests, in one way or another, with the theiving usurping governmept managing the State? Suppose the Tax.eaAP had tacen a "busi ness" view of politics, as has been suggest ead, would we ever have disturbed the course of theRadic...

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. — 1 October 1875

UME XI. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1875. NUMBER ~. THE TELEGRAPH: S V * sabM every PrAday. AT MONROE. OUACHITA PARIIIH, LA. Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. * One dopy, b year ..............................4,00 (one copys !Li months ........................... 2:50 ADBVANI RATES: One copy./ne year..............................,00 One copy, alt months......... ...................,0O TA.IUFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one doln, and Alty eet9 per square (one inch of space or less), for the first, and seventy. live cent. for each subsequent Insertion, tir any time under one. month. For longer periods p follows: . umar ga's,. II m. .2 m. 3 us. 6 m.l12m, ne...................  75$ 7$ 9 i  20 Two.... ...:...4i.n5 12 5 i ' :2 o 'f'h.s...... ..... 1100 17 20 , 30 40 'o r ....................16 00 22 2i 38 50 wFive..............is 00 2el i30 4. 6 0 Tean (;-ol,)......) 3000 46 5 7 5 100 4,3 00 ,O5 711 100 140 T -oatK-.. 55o00. 7, . 90 1-...

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. — 1 October 1875

SG. W. I eONIANIZ. Editor. MONROE. LA., OC EIR 1, 187. What do You Propose ? The most casual observer of political t events cannot have failed to observe at least one marked feature of difflrcence between the advocates of immediate Demo- I oratic organization and those opposing that c step. We allude to the candor with which 1 the Mends of organization have stated their s seasons and purposes, as contrasted with r the mere negative policy of those who pro pose delays, without stating a single valid reason in fact or argument to sustain their views. On the one hand, the Democrats assert that there is not a Democratic party in this State thoroughly organized and in accord with the National Democracy ;*Lhat the Baton Rouge Convention was not a Democratic Convention proper, and cannot claim to be the predecessor, any more than it was the successor, of a Democratic Con vention; that it is important the people should be united as Democrats, in view of the Presidential election of next yea...

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