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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 30 April 1870

'][HE TELEGRAPH: PUBLISHED EVEGY SATURDAY AT MONKOg, OUACHITA PARIl-H LA; ! .W . Mao nszvx113. x1(o)rr .AN1D J)F03Pi Xw1. 'FOR Terns of Subsicription. Th rlathg iTatoesof stibsaription will be rigidly &di l An all cases: Wt>e ocpy, one year - - - - $3,00 -( ono copy, miix mironths - - - .00 taingle coyida - - - 10 coaltts. ,Any person sending us fivo now cash subscribers, to the suae post office, will be ontitled to a copy of " an'l 1'T.ga APrH' gratin, for one year. 1 8subsoription price invariably in advance. TariTfforAdvertising Rates. Advertisments will be inuerted at One Dollar and "I ty Cents per square or oue inch or space, or, lens Wrlhe first. andSeventy-lvu Cents fur ealch subse quent insertlon. for any time underounueonthu. For ongar porieda as -follows : .i. OP SQUARES. I mu2 mn 3 mosG a Inui 12mon ý:e .._............_.. 3 7 70 00 9 0 1o 0 U a..... I 7 5s I1 010 15 00 20 01 10 00 re ............. 1100 17 00 J 00I 3 00 410 )) o'ur ......... 15 00 22 UQ `_6 U0 39 UU...

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 April 1870

UOIU U .'AitL 80, 1870. ,P Ei t- B s: Janes C.-~ne b ., geeral collecting e tu tc~t te muaking.a tonrof Morehouse arish fortwo or three weeks. It will be a convenience * to our fripnds of which we hope they will avail themselves. His roeIpt -will be good foar all dues to this oiffice. The diftwlties un der which the patilotic press. of 'thlsstaWe 1fas labored f6r the last twosy tar are well known to our ýitersa aid are all ibe apol ogies we can offer for. asking our patrons to favor us in advance fer subscriptions. ATGrakid Democratic Rally. There will be a grand Demo eratice rally.in Morebouse Parish on the 14th of May -next, for the purpose of tbqroughly organizing Sand to givi expression to the pol icy .that should govern them in all future actions; and to correct the erroneous imnprespiou that has gone abroad relative to tlft Con entionof the Conservative party, mo-called, that, met in Bastrop on the 9th inst. The proscriptive policy of that, Convention will be a slgal object of...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 30 April 1870

*ziaciita etetrarpI MON1qEW LA.. APaIL 30, 1870. TztAvskilo AOEMT.--Mr. Jae. C. Drew, gen.,ral traveling agent, is aitburiued to collect and reonips Sbe payueui or all Claims due this ot@lo. THANKS.-To the officers of the Gov. Allen, May Flower and Wade Hamp ten, for files of New. Orleans papers. g- Read Dr. McLane's advertise ment of his Celebrated American Worm SpecifiBe or Vornmifuge. IP- Godey's Lady's Book for May is as bright and cheerful as the month for which it is intended. Its engravings, fashion plates, new musio, articles on health and cookery, literary notices, Ac., &c., have a degree of finish and taste unsurpassed in this or any other country. Subscription $3 00 per annum; club rates $2 50. i"- John W. Watt, Esq., of the popular firm of Aiken & Watt, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, is on a visit to our parish. Tact and en terprise, fidelity and promptness, have enlisted them many friends, and they are gratified in an increasing business. We take pleas...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 30 April 1870

xe4 :acsiil L~~U 30, 1870. . T RAý1E.E. Bi' . 9 Hore ififtiy ileain Two ..a b - - I oare. ,,,> .uaoning. Newas, of. Gold Hill, Nevada,.co inse the subjoined account of fa rado agatlast time;.on the Carson City Course, by Johnny Fay or i#era stake of $1,OQO, or $500 to x0110 that he could ride fifty amiles in. two thors: "Atsa b'olek Faylor miade his mpaaIunted, and. ready for the frays- 1P_ 9 a fight-bailt, dark corn plexi.ed s'an, aand weighs 118 abd': ffer ifew minutes' prelim' Swary atranging' ao details,. away he dashed on the- first heat. We have never seen. ..better rider. Perfectly erect am i4eay, he rode firmly. in his stirr - and' "seemed no impeding weight for e tihorsto caary, but on the espawry 4+ght,"-fiely,: and anything buta deadly weiglj$. Johnny knows juast holSf6 ride a horse, that's certain. We ifd uot Bllies alI the 'beats sepa ,i that would be too, lengthy p}* laublishment, but the short est was mad@ in two minutes and two second ;the'averdge was about two mi...

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. — 7 May 1870

' IR TE LEURAP~II UIlntjjaMUS Ei vBY ATVUIDAY AT a9e1'&, OUJAvUITA PAR-lu Le; ate w. MoC1LAzr1uE. MrDIý'I ANDf PHRO1'XRI iOf Tex-ns flo Subscription. 1k i tneawoag ie eC mebeoaptwa will be rigidly . .cop y. one yer -. - - - $3.00 A>" ooly. Six zuouthue - - - 20U0 Isaalorpies - - - l0 ceutj. .T peroa se nding o9 five new 435* enbncrilOers, 6, OlN eem Ipoet .see.. will be entitled to a oujy of "m ''TuoIaoaAma" gratis. for one year. Wr SirbeerUltie price £,arar~isbi in advanlce. .AI p aTariifor Advertising Rates. ,Ad.eeuemnte will be mansrted at One Dollar and Cents per square of one incrhl of epace. or loss. w3.Ue*i. taa.i cvity-flvuCents four oath uubn 4aa ii tLua. t airy tine anderono.mintl. Flor artierpera·s.a ollows . or SQUAB"S. I m 0053 mos 4 annmcs a3-. 700 $0i 13t0i, (W 1 1 2-2 0:) 1 tee ..... . 1 00 17 00 2J1 0. 3:j 00 43 05 i15ne c 0i 22 )'0 28 00j 32 02 5O 110 ve Celume-).. 1e 00 20 0-1 500 43 5o G Oil0 Cel1*0)... ) 0 45 00 35 5 05105 'i 7 4 0 00 ?y fins (1 ul.) S5 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. — 7 May 1870

ta- V ;7. 1ANIt*aeditor. .4, ,,ý =º A.Mss 7, 1870. - w.. t'.G' ( OWAs GT1D, * 0 O., ,Aril 45, 1870. - The throes of the Republican party duriug, the past ten days ha.v..been agonizing in the ex treme. Nothing has gone right ,J itr BSumner, Morton, Porney & Co., since their disastrous defeat in the Senate on the Georgia bill, --M d- hattle of the lpaders B-vas ifought and the doom of the : rrSt marshalled - by Thad. "tvens was s6aled forever. It is difficult to express how important fi'hbe -:Souti that struggle was; ibptjtli triumph of Georgia, cham p"ped. -by Trumbull, Thurdian -.'and Oarpptnr, was the triumph 41- the l constitution and of the S.t0 of selt-gdernment. .It was i.ong, fierce and bitter struggle, iu~racterized. by open warfare between- Republican leaders, and -t the expression of political tr'thiS -en the conservative side cii.h give hope that error has Wat reason at last ancd been van gqqis.hed. Thus, we find in : both h+oses evidences every -day of ,unii g goo...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 7 May 1870

uacjita I clcgraplj MOrfTOE, LA., MAY 7, 1870. TKAVU4lo AO03T.-Mr Jan. C. Drew. genalrI erevellug atget, 1o anthorizedl to collrt and receipt she pacmeut of all claims due this 9tHcu. 1Sp'We invite attenion to FPemina & Brop. advertisement of Dr. McLape's e*lebrated Liver Pills. g0-John. J. Calcoto. charged with murder and recently confined in jail at Vernhbn escaped on the 28th ofT April. He is fully described and can he easily -Identified. See the Sheriff's advertise meat. * TRANax.-To Capt. Geo. Ohamber lain, Agent for the Gov. Allen, and Oliver & Byrne, Agents for the Iay Flower for late papers. To the ofli .ers of the steamers Welcome and Wad· Hampton for a file of late papers. .'.I 7 We are requested to state that Mr: L. V. Mayre having accepted an agency of the Piedmont and Arlingtodu Life Insurance Company for Soutim Mississippi, the agency for North Lou isianm.has been transferred to Mr. F. L. Petri. of Monroe. - : ~B Arthur's Home Magazine and the Children's Hou...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 7 May 1870

AD Chita apb ;; .; M& 7~ , .1870. A W l/liS'z Negro in Ohio. A eola're man is at present stop pl ing this place, who attracts here. as be hiakin other places where he has been, a great deal of attention by the iigdilar power he possesses of disar ranging certain organs of his body. By some inward muscular action he neems to possess the power of changing the loeation of his heart at pleasure. Plihlag ear hand upon his breast, at the proper place, we could feelsits beat ing distitetly. Be then commenced a series of contortions with his abdomen, soiling it over and over several times. At the conclusion of this striking exhi bition, we placed our hand upon a lump .i his left side, below his waist, and bhere was the heart thumping away as If nothing unuseal was the matter. A few more contortions, and the frisky organ passed across the abdomen, and on the right side kept up its work of throwaing tale blood through the system Sregularly as if in its natural position. More contortions,...

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. — 14 May 1870

THE TELEGRAPII : rU3BL,·HID IVERY SATIIBDAY AT MONROE, OUACHITA PAKI. i LA; (a'. w. NeClLAN2xan, EDITOR LO)H l- ~N OFRI ETOIR Teris Ce Subscription. The wslw san . at 3beongptSon Will be rigidly adeured to L aMl eonses one espy. one r y - - . - 8,0o One COpy, six monthma- - - 2.00 irinakl.eopies - - - 10 cents. mny person sendhlg as five new eash subscribers. o aim ame pos eiese, will be entitled to a copy oa '"na Tlsaua" gratis, for one year. SIuabeription prie. ilnsrserby in advance. ,, Tariffof Advertising Rates. hdvertismaonts will be inserted at One Dollar and ifty Cents per square of one luch o space, or less, ---rt heirt, ud . eventy-ftlve Cents for each subs.e qeaet losertles, for any time underonejmouth. For sager perids as follows : 3o. 0or Uq AS. I ma 2 mes mors 6 moss I0 mos ........ .. ...- S0- 1 0 1o ,3 0 2 1 0 o o3 . . . . . . 0 1 0 0 1 5 0 0 3 0 01 4 0 o0 0 375 7 00 0 10 3 00 .............. 150 00 15 o0 3800 5 00 Co lun)... 30 00 45 003500 75 00(100 00 (w Ce- n. ...

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. — 14 May 1870

MN. RW.2OJ LANIEM E41tor. -O.1 1A-., M-.. 14, 8-0o. 11hi Q L3., MAY 14, 1870.lrs~o EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. WASHIaGTON, D. C., SlMay 2, 1870. On the 28th ult., the House, after voting down a substitute giving the seat from the 5th .congressional district to G. W. McCranie, by a vote of 102 yeas to 52 nays, passed the following resolution without division: SResolved, That there was no law .ful election in the fifth congres sional district of.. the State of Louisiana for Representative in the Forty-First Congress, and nei tthcr (1. W.. McCranie nor Frank M~ore- nor P. J. Kennedy is en titled to a seat as Representative in the FoLty-First Congress from the fifth congressional district of the State of Louisiana. - This resolution was presented by -Mr. -Stevinson..as the conclu sion of his report. "A. brief syn opsis of the report is necessary to a clear. understanding of the causes which 'led the House" to declare that there had beep "no lawful election"-in the Fifth dis tric.t. It wa...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 14 May 1870

MIONOE, LA., MIAY 14,. 1S70 -'TvrA LVo A,;..- l '. JaL,- C. I)rc,, A .... . Ir'ValUi~ agent. Ia autthorlzu'S t. cfllmct .udl ru.cijt taO pVymout or all claim. due tbis oflco. -There will be Episcopal service at the Courthouse to-morrow, Rev. T. B. Lawson officiating, and the subject of,his discourse will be Confession. " Attention is called to the ad vertisement of Dr. W. L. Davis. His Notes on, Deafness are the results of .twenty-five years experience and obi servation. )i -Read the notice "and special notice of Sam'l M. Marks. Mr: Marks has a fine assortment of dry goods and a good location-he is deternminiel to sell out and will give a purchaser a bargain. gbTV'e regret our inability to at tead the Methodist Sabbath; School picnic near Trenton last Saturday. The scholars of Monroe and Trenton united in the celebration and from what we can learn were happy in the accomplishment of all their purposes in.theteeth of the severest and most protracted dust storm we have ever witnesse...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 14 May 1870

~unacjita aettGr-g I MONROE, :A, MAY 14, 1870. 8tormy Poeeinga of the EcumenLi The sitting of the Council on the 22. was more stormy than is yet gen erally known. The two Fathers called to order were Cardinal Schwarzeiberg and Monsignor Strosemayer.- The Cardinal attacked the revised scheme De Fide, and especially denounced the canons which anathematize Protestants, and which threaten them with eternal damnation. He said that su.ch doc trines were at variance with the spirit of the gospel, and that boththe- pre cepts and interest of the Catholic Church required her. to addr.essdiee. taers in the language of patience and charity. He declared that Protestants numbered in their' communities men distinguished by saneity,iillastrious by genius and talent, and ennobled by benefactions to . houmanity-men who could not be, precipitatd by wordsin - tohsell; He spoke with derison of such an award of eternal torments, describing it as both profane and im pudent. The time for these cursings be...

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. — 21 May 1870

jijjiTELEGRAPI: 1I*L3&RUD 3y33T UATURDAT AT ,O1iIR3OU1AOC5ITA PaliER LA; ISAer-aLXJq D ktOPRU TrOR -zinm .rs of uItcriptiou. av'°°s' :M ehmsbaptmeswill be rigidly G)· 'VY2 t. in iilt ~rtE" n d.O copy, omi yeea - - - - 98.00 Ome copy. mix monthie - - - 5,00 Mltag ooiS" i -" - - IL0 cent.. Any plon tSb ea Are maw 0e6e subscribers, As iba sae- post iles. will be estitied 2ea espy o1 ifus TZiUG3.P" gratis, tor..ne yaw. W Sbeearlpttle price noertaiig In advrane. M3 Tariff ofAdvertising Bates. .Avsrtlsmeate will be inserted at One Ddlart and cit 5*25 eofone ioh.efdjioe,.or lew. Je 5befCst, alerC vetsty-5v. V.0. for each subs. 4uant ansrton. for ae ti4e u09 nte~e n50 . For so. Or IQUAscs. 2I malx mcl3 moe 6 mcse3! nice 7700 900 13002 90o w1 0..0.......... ....Uso 1 2 Eree ....... 9100 17 003.7) 30 0 0U UColumn.).... 100 46 00 54) 004 5 0 lu ).. 0 00 S 00 5 00 75 000 00 sy onCelezen. 45 00 6500 005 0010.000 pratesrsonal .arns. _)r. ,XTHOS). Y. AI3Y, Ml1OROE, LA., PrICRc : &RARI oQ ...

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. — 21 May 1870

.- . 21 E1S70o a"H6TW r.after ia sbsenre a at o ve . - eoi, t re d".- as - ange the gayeties, magirifcent distances and political strife of 4Ja.Ie~ge ~al,441 for the less unpretending attractions- of the bgo *' s .call our own. The letter published in li. week's TELEOR-APU-explained filly bi ,- thth..re - l, . , cu  + It. - s , m.,mi,-ts , for: s to say that woeti ot:-the' peoplef£ this con gi"e asMta l -ti .istr4iet, ~wing th:? el iAti t t ftiJNo dhiber, 1868, ais aa fa, ia4g' ..pst+ &dexpression ~f their pjferrne, will ntbe mxs I lq 4ajw to% attitude.of indifference tei tbeabted4J eicracy, which is tl I0 of 1%tl b eople, by the a Efd -thie " oif XRepresen t is at ; Wij ' ten touching tliel~ctio~ n norbe "inatimidated" by#b..-legal "viiolence" of the - oir~ k -votinstg in futnre, :as o1 "t; 'atcoin~e ig to the hon e o f their hearts.- W dkI~be. nsoha~la to owh man ou 4A " i te tst- i ,eposed4t n :ihe in ipleo,...to. country arit " r tyi` blinT d to what w . Beeaind - d...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 21 May 1870

QiuO cIifrLa 3Det a2, 187 ~~iNROaiIA, I~laLAY· 21, 1870 Tn"ýv Lto acG T.-Mr.iJ*A. C. Drew. g.`W 'ra tts'.n[1" gont, is slthorlied to collect und rucipt Uwa povinent ofall ettinr dunethi oelse. Divine service -will .he held in the Courthouse on Sunday, May 22, by the Rev. T. B. Lawson. The subjects of discourse will be Absolution and Purgatory. Thanks-to Mr. S. Cook C e:ghton, the attentive clerk of the Wade Hiamp ton, and also to the attentive officers of the 'May Flower for late New Or leans papers. ipS-An important notice to the tax payers of Ouachita will be found in the appropriate column. The notice re, fore only to taxes due the Federal government. g" Attention is invited to Mr. H. G. Gould's advertisement. A reward of $30 is offered for the delivery of his mules to R. B. Liwno;ki, Monroe, or to him at Long Lake plantation. Bar- Capt. Geo. Chamberlain ad vertises in to-day's paper that he has on ptorage, in his warehouse, one ex press box of glass, which if not called for i...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 21 May 1870

ilLLn 1870 1Elaomrof ahatea Dinnbr. The da Maud e-it the White long tý ron edd  t the aeds,-ezteas through Ume middle .of it, at which thirti-~i can be comfortably seated. The is i plenity of room, besides, for the msemaats to perform their duties admirably. New mirrors and chan deliers have been added since- the ad ministration of President Grant, but the apets, upholstering and papering haye deoended from the Johnson regime. The exquisite taste of Martha Patter~besa iseen on the daintily tinted walls, the figures of the-arpet so nicely adjuate- to the sie- of-' the. room; the dark green satin damask it the win dows, and the.quaiut$?l irs, under her supervision ar t :3 match. A clock, as aonienar s edJ. ofl Madi son, ýdoitb one f the-a arble mantels, whi~f pair of hydra-beaded. candle- sti gria with age4.esoeaded from uo k er whose hriefreigo,graies tbhe ..,-er- ith the: exception of a pafrC m:odern mahogany sideboards, the- dbi t se e to havo belonged to the eras of Wa~iinigtop...

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. — 28 May 1870

THE TELEGRAPH: pUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT MONROE, OUACIIITA PARI HI LA; C,. w . 3Woo nAN1aC. iDFITOR AN 1) PROPR]IE'fOR Ternds of Subscription. The ollowing sates of snbaonrption will be rigidly adhered 1o in all cases: g)zo 'copy, one year - - - L 3,00 O~e copy0 , six anentih. - - - 2.00 MLingle copies - - - 10 cents. Any person sending us fir new cash anbacribers, to tlhe samne post onfco, will be entitled to a copy or "lPuEI TnI.SLOa l" gratis, for one year. LW' Subseription price inerribly in advance. .. Tariff oftAdvertising Rates. Alviertisments will be inserted at One Dollar and jifo Coents per square of onoe Inch of space, or less, fir tlu first. aud8evunty.-veCentn for each subso 4uen$ insertion, for any time underono.month. For er periods as feollows o. OF sQUARErs. I mo mss 3 dos 6 mno IMO 3 00 900 13 00 20 00 ..... 7 11200 1500 22 00 30 00 ....... ....I.. 00 1 27 000 30 00 40 00 nnr ............ 15 00 2 00 26 00 3800 5000 le (i Column.).... JL 00 26(0 50 00 42,50 60 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. — 28 May 1870

°'-." mo. '!t' freent 1ynebl hg Ofa nmri her of desperadoes, murderers and robbers-nine in aP-ini thh south eastern pors°on of : 'winn parish has legft, disclosure of annum ber of bloody deeds ihieh hither to were enveloped.In a mystery that ~d~sd-.rb-an - amtl"''nr e est scrutiny of the law. '"hihse men,;y 1a .man flame I westq'" hav ! ( rn ,open ng 4 highwayamen with -unvarying sue cess vern es inee the Alose of the war, sladp h teh igeIsefote Its close, and lhf& ibe *ihraidedrand un prepay,, irt e tdrnity the soul of inany 4 pp;a iQente victim, stimu lated ,$egtartsoiesly by an ungod ly greel; eos gain. Am 'isbelibse victims, it now turns out, was a Lieutenant Butts of the aikfe army, whose unac coutsbledaadiipearance in 1866, while.e m roatiefrom Natchitoches to Ve:ion where he was detailed as a Bureau agent; excited at the time t. ' ytmiuouns indignation of the pLople of JC·keu nparish, and was the,. OeasNrs.b calumny in Northen~ pri~t rupon the reputa tion ot5ft° people,...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 28 May 1870

atu bitciX teltgraph MONROE, LA., IA1A 28, 1870. PLENTY Of LUMsER.-Prarties in need of lumber for building should consult the advertisement of Mr. J. E. Me GOire, and hand in their orders before the mid-summer rush. PArttooN.-Mr. C. B. Routh writes us that his fine stallion Paragon died bn the 23rd inst. Lovers of fine itock in Onachita will regret the loss of this fine animal. LouIsIaN STATT UNIVERSITr.-We take pleasure in calling attention to the prospectus of this excellent home institution of learning. Day by day' it is winning its way to popular favor and to a secure foothold among the best schools and colleges of the South. Col. Boyd, the .Superintendent, has had a long and fierce struggle with ad verse fortune, but his self-sacrificing devotion and untiring energies are about to be rewarded. If ever teacher has been inspired to noble efforts -by the high and holy offices of his calling, that teacher is the present head of the State University; and if an institution ev er had...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 28 May 1870

Quptdq0 f tapI .502$ M 1810ISI .....Hd. r FIRS.T PAGB.) kind is and al a* should be tW. deter mine for wh in tt bpartfealareaso the majority l the legal. electors did in fact ausMeir suffrages. Acting- upon that -e in reference to these parishes. in ref6rence'to all the parishes in this disrrit. and in reference' to the district generally, I way that Mir. McCranie was elected by a triumphant majority of the registration, of the votes cast, of the wealth. the tao-payers, the intelli gence apd virtue of the district, and it is impossible, without the most direct and phlipable violation of those prilci ples of lasy:sD~m ll and repeatedl .es tablished in this country, to give Mr. -Morea this seat or to deny it %to Mr. MoCranie. Mr. Speaker, the testimony in.refer ence to intimidatios and Violence in this district, or in any part of it, is such as I have heretfobre had occasion to characterize when considering other cases from this State, and I do not de tire nbw to go at length into an...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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