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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 12 November 1875

VOLUME XI MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRII)AY, NOVEMBER 12, 1875. NUBR9. THE TELEGRAPH: Publishcd overy Friday. A'1 ONRiOE, OUACH[TA PA-tTSI1T. 1.\ Gr. W. 31*XoC3EL1%N N= I 1Editor and Prop~rietor. TEIII~~h OF SUBSCRIPTION.O S 4 niie cop ,i. on o l1 . ....................... .... 1,011 ADVA~t'I: RATES: f )ml e4PV, one t ~lolltl ........... :001. op ,s mo th ....... ...... ............. .Oe T.\RIU'F OF ADVERT~212'ISISCU -A'rl:S. Adve-rtiseiiienits will be inserted at tcile delis rusc) lilly conts per square (one inich of apace or less), for the tiust ,am.1 se-'elity ti5e ctshll e ir each stinier one 1001114. For loniger periods uta ioellws : t1!)1....... ........ $! 3 75 7.4 tdl.$ 13 .1 20 w'o................. 7:,i) 12 15) 22 31 hluree.................. 11 ca' 17 21) 34 40) 1""nr................ l;1 O(a 2 2. u 0 ` Five............ ........ ic 0 i 4:I 41 0 'len ()-2-col.)...i.. 4o). 45 55 75 !liii Fiftteen (3a'-col.).. 4i to ) 7"i 100) 11i1 Ttventy-one(l1 c.). i500 75 i 110 135.3 200 el 1ittil...

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. — 12 November 1875

0. W. McORANIZ, a dlter. MONROE, LA.. NOVEMBER'12, 1875. m.MiJ mgi to Louisiana. -'-TiW-retlt ftht-eldetion in Mississippi Ibas abods4 jpst .grounds for rejoicing to the people of Louisiana. An election for congressmen and members of the legisla ture, in a Stiate where the colored race pre pouderates, foots up a Democratic majority of ver20,000, a Democratic legislature and four out of aix of the congressional delega tion. The T1~r.onAHra,.especially, rejoices. In several articles, during the Mississippi campalign, we called attention to what was tainspifring in that State, with the vlbw of connbing the anti-Radicals of Louisiana that Missalmippi politics was a lair illustra titni owhat the anti-Radicals of Louisiana odght to ldo. We predicted a victory for the Mississippi Democracy, and we have 'been surprised at its triumph. ihe history of the political struggles in Mjslsiygpl since 1868, until the last cain paign, is the history of failures based upon lack of party discipline...

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. — 19 November 1875

_h m t-tA Eiegrapb. VOLUME XI. MONROE, LOUISIANA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1875. NUMBER 10. THE TELEGRAPH: T'ublished ovory Friday. Al '.ION\ It)0P, 01! Wt'I'I'. PA ' \iU~1, 1..1 . C-. W I. 1VANIE!Ii-rl; I :n,,.".,pt" .r,ict year ............. ........ ........ .j 1,044 t 11 .," onep, one aar. ............ ..................::.Io ! Inn r Inir l , ,.i 1 ,Irml ri Ic .......... ......... ........... 0y 'I'A.\1.I 1,1"L )) AD)VEH'1'fis NIl 1::\lfel. \.r4tilt,4 t vill be inlsorted ait 011' .,:.. u1":nod flify 40n.t4 per qr.unri (one C11111 of 111*Co.r less), or (ho tiro, ,: in s.")'enll aIny Ii ho alndor o1)4 nI.01t11. For bugn *mt %75-.I 74' t-; I 12'2Il 1. iil 1204 'j..o 17 15 , 22 :ll I'hlu'. ........ ..........11 4) 17 20 :;n 40 1.9,\ 111".................... 1.i HI, 24, 1 (i : 1"5 :4l I·'ivot....... .... ........Its (111, 26 11 "1:; 6) Telo (,-:-001.) . il on -0 0151 78 101 F'ifteen (i1.--cuI.).. ..45 4)44 Ito 75 1004 1}Il T1wenty-ono( I e.).. 53 041' 75 140 1:5 lt Sll11,oit ar advl 1ri:...

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. — 19 November 1875

G. W. McORAYNIEE. Editor. MONROE, LA., NOVEM~BER 10, 1875. 1 The OUACarTiA 'tELU.oRAPH is respectfully t referti t6"tst 1itTt T1ffBTleaissippi, as an d answer to the; pertinent inquity, " Who does the Baton Rouge Committee repre sent?" Put it standing in your colunins, Brother McCranie. Eure,-ka-W-VlrrI Mt N; C in bold English.-Nattchitoches Vindle stor. t Our vatemporary is only partially correct. White men certainly did redeem the State of Mississippi, but it as quite as certain that e the redemption was not effeoted on the -'olor -Line and by white men alone. %Mis sissippi bas a, negro majority, and the large f maJority,evotespast against the Radicatls comes as ,well from colored voters who were dlglsteds with Radical government as from hitlt mmn who, aroused tothe magni tude of. the strggle, buried their past s differenoes, threwPaway their indifference, and t$Forktd like Turks to convince the negro f his-errors and to get his vote for I honest intelligent rulers. The result w...

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. — 26 November 1875

VOLUME XI. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26,.1876'. NUMBERI 11. THE TELEGRAPH: Published evory Friday. AT MION ROFE. O1TTACIII'1A PARISHi. LA.. Car. VV__ MMcAIZiLNI N c . Ed.ito1r~ 1'l roprieto.r. 1111e 4'.lpý'. 4111e \'er i1' ................·.... ........ 1.1111l 4 /no 1".191, a c 1 114111111 . ................. ......... '·;I (O :noopy. one 1':11" ........................:1.14) 111 SIX 1114.11t Its ............................2110 '1'.\RII...... 01-..-' AI\'':'iI' IS n s :: Advertis.nflO)t4 wvi.ll, lie inr) :, o1 t une ,1'i..±L.."iri am fi ll 4N titM per a4p ar).( 1 4. inch 4. 4 31 0)0 I t I )'ItIns. 1 lId. 2 tit. :: MI. -O 111. 4r11o ...............':C: 7:.j 7 w 9 1:: 7 211j 6`1............. 7 i :.' 1L3 15 22 :ill I'lirco............11 (1)4 17 24) 30a 4l) ............!5 toit'22 .1 ý :1 '1'01 - 4 ot.)1.)....... 130 (l IS: , 5 7:i 11)11 F~iftee (5 1.i~ll).. .. 1:. 1114))' ) 75 1040 1 l1 t'1'oiit.Vy-0h(10 c.)..0 15 4) : 1.:).) j 25(1 I hituatry and Moi l 1d04' 4) j(0 1 Will 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. — 26 November 1875

*aIackittRfeie r2nah G. W. RcCBOANIE. Editor. MONROE, LA.. NOVEMBER 26, 1875. . WiI A - rTIoN TO-DaY. AY A"O~AI AND A MAN TO BE. RUNG! .1;. - .. .._ . THEIR BLOODY CRIME. tuiit to the Cells.-Confession of the _. j demneds~-Showing how a Sirutal Murder was Committed. i To-day, -between the hours of nine and Stweve o'ploci in the forenoon, the majesty of law and the rights of society will be vin dicated by a public exhibition of capital pulilshment, the extreme of all penalties and the most terrible of all exemplifications of the suffering inflicted for the commission of crime. Two human beings, one an old man past sixty years of age, the other a young woman not yet twenty-five, will be taken from the jail and hanged by the neck until dead. THE CRIME, For which these two people are to suffer the penalty of death, is murder-the mnr der.of the husband of the woman. What were the .motives for the deed, a brutal murder, may be found in the confessions of the condemned, to follow. THE DI...

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 December 1875

VOLUME XI. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1875. NUMBER 1 THE TELEGRAPH: Published evory Friday. AT MON RO1'. 01 (1 A'ITIA 1A.1P'.i11. 7.A. c*. ýCK. ]LldtoDR ANI]EI. Il)itor :11 l'iop rh.1ir. 'l'I' It 1 r OF 141 KSCRI III ON. (f tt 4.1oJ nW, n.e yea............. . ............ $ I,01 .)n n ropyY, six flout h-'Y........... .......... . ý ···· ')L;( t4 *'*'YI . 43140 year . 3'1....... . . 1..4t114· On 0.opv", siX tl onth+ .......... .......... ........::(NI 'I'AIIIFF O (,I AI)VI R'lrI'Stc; Ct'I'Fs. AIvertisRelments will h1 1fl,4et.MI a1 t4440 dollar anti4 lflv y cent,4 per oqrpier.. (.ne miul of space or less), ('or the lirat, aunt. saeventy-I live c,'tst f'or eaiih 4 l.lll ie, insej4arioll. fm ally. timhe miiiter 01410 4414401. lFor .u4ger 440o t US thI)loWS: NI: .114014 4q'Itil)4. 1 iio. 2 om. :1,44.i 414. 12,... hue.......................... .3 7, 7 P 1: $ $20 Two. ................... . i 7 :air 12 1:. _ :1U 'I'hree 44........ý 1 () 17 24o :(14 o';4. li ... . . 2 244 . i li ...

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 December 1875

G. W. McCRAIWE.'`Ettea. MONROE. LA.. DECItEMBlt 'J, 1875. T e.'hl sbf a Hanging. - 1' A a, e2th ultimo, Was a dayt the 1t*bd'idoig ettrirl36r~i~ lh the history of Monroe-a day that will be designated t.0,yarrtocosmre as '°the day of the hang i:n~ 4 tu an +beI hu a hu man beings, e an ... 'e a oan, were publicly exe .... tangi'ngfor the crime of mnrurder. 1ion is soinetthing we had rathrer o' wittint'hkyvrng no tast6 of that sort, i' liat l'e l c wiill expect, very naturally, a lsht of the tragic occurience,'and to thi ttelilig we are compelled to yield. A 'we stated last week, Toney Nellum ' iid''iýX e Harris were condemned to death for tlb muirder of Henry Harris, husband 'ofef" e: -in: May of last year. All the Sj' "l' Were  hegroes. The killing was t6ii~' bei murder, and the confesslonstof • "d t@d tadntilded the verdict. holry Haresl :d1Wýtli~ d'in bed by "1Tellum with an aie, . Alcode having urged N ellum to "6lniniitttihedeed and leaving her child in ' e 1 b de ith 'Henr...

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 December 1875

VOLUME Xl. MONROE. LOUISlANIA. FRIDiAY, DECEMBER 10, 1875. W E 1 THE TELEGRAPH: Published every FPridy. .IT' .MIIN|II". Oll.\(il'I".L P.-11TIl, tA. ca-*. ,,r. wrcr rvs.,.2%T:' TI'0015 \l. ()l Nl~i.l~liflfiN. asnac opy).·"r, · six onths,...... · ····· ..···· 2'.' )( a s.1, 1.4-py-, on1l y rtll,.............................. .11,00 I nek, ***|py" 'iz u11 14 | , i ... ..... ................... "*,: ',.[ClIfl. trI'tt 's\° ,:II'isTN( i:ATI. fl tII"r rllel tin"y .ents |per .qurltre (onlp il,nch anyt%,istle tllan|de onet mioutth. For11 lon11'er1 On.. .................... 1. . $ 7  · ) S 1:: $ ) Tve ... . ....... U ' ,, :: :-0 . :. "o 'lTh ( -......·.... ........ 0it I 13 ·, 7.1 1 I.'is' .............~...... II  r I lit 't ::1 ·i 4: ii{ 'itteeu(lN-ol. 4.)..... otA 00 ; to · i.31 110( Twenty-one( c.).. Ts : on 7. ~ o 5 Troo othi~t~a~tay a Mar ri-t- no SIce fill bo C Ce lrth e r -, n t . th e .u ntlll pI  .st o tih e e a, w ill Lb I;ul titledI to, a copry of 'rlrst 'Psur.lcntrl...

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 December 1875

o. w. mseonaRW, a. Har.. MONROE. LA.. DECEMBER 10, 1875. The Demooise T k Long Stride. When the Democrats in the ,'est, notably ia.Ohlo, committed the blunder of thrusting fbrward a minor iseu and.detest'iblrowed, there was a sigh- f dlstream*Ith the Dem nereov and :a proportionate lehdokle. of delight with thb Radicals, who at once felt a resnrreetodftfith intl the. oontinuance of themselves t Parower through the anmits takes made antd: t9the tapde.by the Demo irts. From tPtoter tjlpr9 appeared to be a period of sIýtess; for. the Democracy, and a oorreqpoding ipleraepe of hope. for the Republipnqn.. Bit: the Demooratic hopes that enrqdgyr.n .i Obto havea .een revived in jpAtijtae, ,p ·l a Democratic Honue of Rhran*peiVs ha. pushed the Democratic t , fio nt. In the repent .lectlon "of Speaker the blunders of tfi9 our mino ths have been corrected, and t e piic -ot a pure Demo cratic party 4ionioated arid exalted. The hopes of the I;biiass that the Desmo erate would be. run to 'r...

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