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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 29 September 1876

VOLUME XI. " MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, SEPT-IMBER,29. 1876.- NUNBER * THE TELEGHRAPH: Publishes evory pFriday. AT M)ONROI., OUAkHITA PAIILSHi., LA. S. Gr. ' "T . M2 ER I..E TrEI. Editor and Proprietor. TFlltMS OF SUBSCItIPLTION. (lnie copy, one year, ..............................$4,00 t )toe Copy, stix month3 ,......................... 2 * ADVANCIE AT,.T: S)L copy, one year .... ............ .....3,0 uto copy, six tmtouths ........ . .. . ........ ,0 20 I'ARI'F' 01F ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisemelts will be inserted at one dotllar anti fllty cents per square (one inchl ,.I' space or teas), 1or the Lirat, and seventy live cents for eltch subse(luent iltsertion, for atiy time under one itonlthl. 1For Jo(nger .I'.riods as follows: Ine . .................... ;3 7 7 9 I 2 'r.t, ........ .......... : il 15 22 3 t'hre ................ 11 0 17 20 14) 40 I lir .................. 15 01) ." t :3S t 51 n ( c.)....... O 4 . 100 'ViPttea (-coulJ.).. 15 0 ) 75 100 140 'wenty-one(L.). 15 75 ...

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. — 29 September 1876

*a Afrderahd noe0 " 1m iý ýýl ^ e murderer. "erribly sholked S . ... - t es" " his horrible cr r fter what hil SLa., SB 5 -* ~~*d8 tailed, no one I i t . LA.,roof e 4it L' R o, 1sf.a'cIhe Republicao toA .nateu .-ndate frRound a numb - trIi . O N J ne CAUSrict. o oenroe ynnt Rifles r -jrneu and caps ` thas been, gmeneraiy conceded, no- ursoit was to t ye 'lf ibt positively,; by adial Ihamlet expreel Ite thitkhe l:ato di;turlbnces in this furthor pursuit p sih diet ot t .sp .. from Democratic e Dnkgorave ,a hrigues. We hve promisedto ex- not ibit proof th Democrats have denounced by been anti tfeide defensive, and that qspeeially by h Mi~r a conspliacy to provoke them been hard at w nd bee. Let us. proceed to show f vi olence. whet proof exists of this fact. - What follow P --lthe26th of August there were f-the facts of-w R i gepublicao 'conventions in this Ami which ba' - "iciy,,: one, to nominate a candidate for $e learned frp SDistriCt Judge Aind District Attorney; ment ofone 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. — 21 October 1876

is \ ,. wbc rw ý ; r ýýF v n x x + [ L 4 j ý-ý t ý : Tj ·-· " . i nE GRAPH : sbUa shed every N'teay, A. 94HiTA PARISH. IA. w. asocea1Nýrz, • ,. Edito, nd Propiietor. oF SUBSCRIPTION. - , - o -- one yea =......:.,00 , One ebpy,el' r,...... .......... ..............,00 OF ADVERTInIrG .RATES. Advatetlameats will be. insirted at one Sdollar and fifty cents per ýiqtiu m e inoh of space or less), ibr thie, fi .,a seventy five ceats for eacasubseqent insertion, br any time under one month. For longer perlods as follows: "nLUasn S'it-s. m.2 m. 8im. 6 m.112m. O. e ........................ $371 *7 9 1 1- i 20 toe.................7 12 1 22 0 i'hree..................I 00 17 20 30 40 Four ..................10 2 26 38 50 Five.......... i8- 26 .380 483 60 Ten (-oL) ...30.00 . 5 55 75 i100 .Fltepn(%.-oL).3.. 5 00 75 100 140 wenty-ne(lc)..5 00 75 90 1135 200 ciardse wib of a ara T carace-when ad nissibte--w/llbbe charged .double our reg ular.advertising rates. Obituary end Marriage nlotioes wil...

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 October 1876

his been generally oone ed ne triies.d d D` ort bea }cebaoom : -o gikarnt CAU ursue a t has been generally conceded, no gii osr to noipnate a Itoe "nateb2*Bh"r fr ti ditrlt. Ai at t bee Pity oi t.udg, ano o. i I. nwell at least be rstaie J or Distrlet Attorney.n oteaint all r t" th entominatooons ia e a ca :delian audience .  btne thnriore 0tisestrict .on ac- tive t ;st JipolUgaloure, beli inning . th i ohpitio ees, t nr noe l I iUIpE4aruodgedon o, and last iat oea I) a" ni poret oL ,espubilean Di oetrite. on i rea S .. " er.'Dlnkgrve followed with a speech the lte trn S- t very bitter as a.whole, but he uotion of all S ed, with great emphaesi, that woulde .every9 ero whosupprated the emon - orfie Aont, :mtw Was a coward and a villain, and own observ th tothere was something in his breast posse ion - p~eh torld him rthat he knew it. astr to sbet is mWear tohese speeches, not rbeelv- br tae tt rge.that either speaker would counsel ,a mnit bte trouble, but simply as iliitimed ...

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 October 1876

Ouachitaqelerap h. MONROE. LA.. OCTOBER 21, 1870. " Democratic-Conservative Ticket. FOR PRLSIDENT, SAMUEL J. TILDEN. FOR VICR PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. PRESITghTIAL ELECTORS. At Large--JOHN McENERY, ROBERT C. WICJKLI FF'. First District-LOUIS Sr. MARTIN. Second Dlstrict--FELX P. ROCHE. Third District-ALCIBIAI)E iERLAN('. Fourth District-Wr. A. SEAY. Fifth District-R. G. COBB. Sixth Dbsirict-K. A. CROSS. FOR GOVERNOR, FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, LOUIS A. WILTZ. FOR ATTORNEIY GENIERAL, H. N. 0(i DEN. FOR RFI'RRTARY O' STATE, WILLIAM A. STRONG. FOR AUDITOR, ALLEN J UMfEL. FOR SUPERINTENDElr OF" 'PUBLEC LDUt(!ATION ROBERT M1. LUSHER. DEATH OF COLONEL C. I. i. OI1RISON. Colonel Charles IH. Morrison died of t pneumonia at Delhi, on the afternoon t of Wednesday, the 18th. He left this I city Mondny in good health, to attend I a term of thol'arish Court in Frtanklin, I and was taken suddenly ill and diled as stated. The intelligence %f Col. Morrison's I death was r...

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 October 1876

etarave e 'claim the vote' of Atgan; would'i .''"-. n n . o...n B' -st1'th' -lea e k. k . $ . ; s w le r r M is l d th, th bsatel. willwhveel o. 1 "-.te Staitger .thtingst v leaedandamIt is.by-no means es theown .atenot iTe, the peywing caimy is to e vd re ti-than to go toa dinner. to m-kn H d neto-ora caraoei A . A fwd with: an n old M & 1 'h - etfi. pus thife down, towart one of the Ate. He can't ind the, joint ts Minge" he knife waro, heseearch sest 'he makes mine. lady's pa'lo er droess lsont is.codH ereq th et' of stuh .pae Tha he es pthe o the legand Whe n the .onadbady tells hi, he looks warm, theether seems to atie suddenly to b-ome 4000, hvamer. TIhias etleg he y pullslose i ith his ftigers. He ege ownf the plate, ands ade UPhe is hacking at the wing he gdally pus the leg over on thebili elinitabezloth ud when he picks it made up his mfdd thagt the tu'rky has no joints to its wings, the host asks him if he thinks thie Indians can really be civilled'--heagrl next toh...

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 October 1876

· . r' ' . dye? 3r: 5 Y ..  i . · 1. " t : :· , t. ; . ." .. ý .. I iii . ,1 ,. .i ýi t . ... . VOLUME XII. ,;fl Býr9)A 28Q etf .. XLI i IW"E .... UI8IA ...... SA h DA .Q 1' b4 28 87nil miNulnn m mn THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Friday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. . ' ,. ni. asoc d3E WX=.Ta, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ADVANoC RATES: One copy, one year ...............0.............3,00 One copy, six months ...........................2,00 TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents .per square (one inch of space or less), for the first, and seventy live cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows: (UsaMR sQ'REs. 13 m. 2 ip. 3 m. 6 m.12nm. One.:.. ..........$ 76 7- $ 9 $1 $ 20 wo ..................... 7 0 12 15 22 0 t'hree............... 11 0 17 20 30 40 Feour .................... 1 2200 2 38 6 Five ............ 1 00 261 so 4l 60 Ten (-col.)....... 00 45 55 75 10...

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 October 1876

G. W. OeU *IAU. sitsr. SMONROB. LA.. OCTOBER 28. 186. DAY 0F THE ELECTION. Next Tuesday week the election taket.l It: will be a momentous lay foe Louisiana, as upon the result all Atute hopes of her prosperity de pead. There can be no question that with -four years moreof iadleal rule in this ftate, it will become permanently a coleony of thieves and negro immi grants from other States. In eight ye . we have gone through all the . -neseive steps from plenty and peace to want and public strife. At last we have reached bottom, and we must now go upward or be content with re maiatlg at the bottom. It Is cheering, to see, however, that theepirit of the people Is not broken and that they are man to man resolved tU obtain relief; and nothing, in this direction, is soinaspirlng as the fact that the work for reform and change, while it enlists every god man's sympathles, has aroused no one's passions. We trust and believe that this same cool, quiet, earnest 88eling will be operative and sur...

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 October 1876

*6narCita lteqxtap It. MONROE. LA., OCTOBER 28, 187i. 1 Democratic-Conservative Ticket: FOR PRESIDENTI, I SAMUEL J. TILDEN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. PRESIDTBnTIAL ELECTORS. At Large-JOHN MoENERY, ROBERT C. WICKLIFFE. 1 First Distrioct-LOUIS ST. MARTIN. a Second Distriot-FELIX P. ROCHE. Third District-ALOIBIADE DRBLANC. Fourth Distrioct-W. A. SEAY. Fifth Diytrict-R. G. COBB. Sixthiitict-K. A. CROSS. t FOR GOVERNOR, I FRANCIS T. NICHOLL"S. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, LOUIS A. WILTZ. a FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, H. N. OGDEN. c FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, WILLIAM A. STRONG. FOR AUDITOR, C ALLEN JUMEL. FOR SUPRIINTEDNENT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION 9 ROBERT M. LUSHER. i THE CAMPAION IN OUACHITA. I One of the prominent features of the I campaign in this State is the change of a sentiment in this parish. What have a been the moving causes it is not diffi- I cult to explain. The people, white and a black, have seen and felt the ruinous I efthcts of Radical rule. Promises of re- e form have been...

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 October 1876

if on rusteto i'af ·her ho e~ltbp 4! b8 ,,aL Reform you er; relieve. your e accumUlation of h apmonth. or two. k andeheerful or r _ofwI h you cai ' , eto kep it. Use a b-i hich Is the p g 'things, as you a it Vi11 be a part t1 your room and d l. you dress your- r Qd'yqu gtake off - ePlly hung, or as n Splaced, as the e ' "A iJio to ,wert,! or 9A put with a soft Sthroat. ChOberish tand fitness in t inhave abouit you.4 obleto you to t dow o much as a in-box where it _ dfh~bbreli and p apt grng-tablse; or to you In -your cushion, erui allt of tipse and uncom Iorti. nt'ionsi. this will not make ,yo "fusy"-it Is the other thing thbatdoes thatt; the not knowing; except by fidgety experiment, what is harmony and the intangible grace of relaUon. Once get your knowledge be"yog Stddt ·atd'turn 'it: into tact- w , , h.ull ,bavipg it, your fin gerhi'is as : told. you-and grace evolvedtom" comsmonest things, and uses and 'belogi~i; 'wherever you may..q nd' .Miptthing things to. rights" wllbs...

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 November 1876

VOLUME XII. MONROE. LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1876. NUMBER 8. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every u iday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. C3. w. &CF csC ELAL.W l, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year ........................... $4,00 01at copy, six months........................... 2,50 ADVANCE RATES: Oie copy, one year,..............................3,00 iane copy, six months. ...................2,00 TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less), for the first, and seventy live cents for each subsequent insertion, for aly time under one month. For longer periods as foliows: SutnnaR sq'mas. 1I n.; 2 in. 3min., 6 In. 12mu. . "..... ..........+3 75; 7 ' $ 20 Two..................7 5 12 15 22 30 bl'ree ..................t 00 17 20 30 40 Four................... 15 00 22 21 3S 50 IPive.................... It0L 3 a0 43 ti0 Ten (-ol.)....30 00 45 55 75 100 LFiteeu(%-col.).. 15...

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 November 1876

a. W. W.a .auM1. UEiter. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 8. 1876. R1P LETlrrO CAPT. HALE. We publish- elsewhere the official re port of Capt. Clayton Hale, officer in oe6midi diii'fthis post and of the U. 8. tt o oflis sub-distrlet, concerning the mnnrder of Prirmps Johnson and wounding of Eaton' Logwood, two freedmen living in the Island In this pai'b iatemont of which occurrence we miade two weeks ago. There has been Wonsiderable curiosity to see this eport of Capt. Hals. Curiosity, but littie else, wilt be gratified by its Ip a few words, the report of Capt. Hale is simply the report of Eaton '.Logwood, such as we have heard it is. :The report, itself bears evidence of this assiumption. Capt. Hale asserts, without qualifica tion, that the two men who murdered 'Primus Johnson and wounded Eaton 'Lewood were white men in disguise. Capt. Halo knows this to be a fact, otherwise he would not assert it. How does he-know it? He was not present, di3 not witness the tragedy, and, there fore, could...

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. — 3 November 1876

MONROE. LA.. NOVEMBER 3, 1570. Democratic- ConservativeTicket. For President, SAMUEL J. TILDEN. For Vice President. THIOMAS A. IHENDIRICKS. For Presidential Electors: State at Large-JOHN McENEIRY. ROBERT C. \VICKLTFF 1;. First District-LOUIS ST. AtAR'rIN. serond Diatrilet-FELIX P. RO(cliH . Third District-ALCIBIADE I).IL1ItANd. l'onlrth District-W. A. SAY. Fifth District--R. G. COBB. Sixth Dlistrict-K. A. CROSS. For (overnor, FRtANCIS T. NICHOLLS. .for Lieutenant Governor, LOUIS A. WILTZ. For Attorney General, H. N. OGDEN. For Secretary of Slate, WVILLIAM A. STRONG. For Auditor, ALLEN J UMEL. For Superintendent Pullic Education, ROBERT RM. LUSIIILt. The little boys of the Democratic faith, had a torchlight procession Wednesday night. Not even a shower could dalltpeu their enthusiasm. We comnpliment them upon their excellent behavior. The troops stationed at this point are regular attendants upon all the lRadlieal meetings in this plarish, but not upon Democratic meetings. The boys 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. — 3 November 1876

cc MitrOR a LA.. NOVEMBER 3, 1876. thi 'E'TWEED* ca an etae ,o< Hi Foreign Adventures. wew the .Ex-Boss Looks-Sufferings of l eterse asaiTwangs of Conscience .irka ]Mighty Change in the *oldPolitical Ruler. NEw YORK, October 24. le A:pge ' rticle in the New York Her- e' aid gives a graphic account of William U Mi ~41weed and companion's wander- in ln rhr'Cuba: On the night of June 11,s 'wead found himself at San " Dienen, on the coast of Cuba, ten miles W frdittago, where, he states, he had B beqJpC in ia boat by a captain of a v esh fom S-t. Augustine, Florida. Stwmen paed a weary night on a a rý-io --the elder nervous, anx lones diterrifled,peering nto the dark P1 belt ifwoods' beyond the beach, dread- ti inljf ;g`' r lest he should encounter C< the sbelligerents' patrol or the Span- 8g Iadb find sniffed the dew-ladened air, d igg lhe yellow fever. They had four leather.valises, from which he took numerous wraps, and held an umbrella S, ever his. head to avert the dampness...

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. — 11 November 1876

'(t a I r .., w= yýyýýyppYY'ý2 11ýA'ý, 4Mýý J h ý ý1. RK ý I lh i ý , ý r·o lo.gong 19.? :18 20 s~· -K· s00 .45 55 = x8' 190 80.75-. 1~00 140 'ouble our r g 21 ? 86tbs will -bo .O TmzuswEPHgratis, - ' AkONROE, LA. ý,. ,sb. 2s , 1874. , n24-ly e. . 0:3. A.. A. onrNY. 'Coebb & anby, Sc -,TI"ORNEYS AT LAW, MONROE, LA. . . u Aug. 2; 187y, 48. tf. A. I. Sla.ek. RNl. AT LrAW and Commis sion r for Texasi. Office Woo, Street r oe, La. Prompt-attention gyen to aool Sin (orithLocilana. Aug. 28,08.5:17 l rtsm. uandel in r? DR iiyrvi as Physican and at $ ).'iThJe ul.l a. _nOb.Ton . fPourd13 below Moni ". ic i 11 874." l 2-1e y " rTTOEY AT LAW 417 PINE ST., ST. LOUIS, MO. Ig Pumrcaases attended to free of charge. I St. Louis, July 1,1876. ly. Dr. B. (. .trother, ubrFSUaB the practice of his profession and offers his services to the citizens of .Monroe and vicinity. Office In second -story of Brerd's Drick Store, corner Grand and DeSlard streets. June 28, 1873. ly FRANK . oSTUSBB. -NO. ...

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. — 11 November 1876

.r' yy h k or Far mer seems :to oeIJ tat have eleted'all ''x fs a noble wdrk KeM been donet TpeDrbi"m uat show a gain' or, atwo ~ Iude~t, their tbaker by' o.' u~l bb d, nlwlthstead hi~g II 4 telrwtb;Reabuts or Rtt akcaI n Vtisr, X7. 8; `deputy inarebale~and the-.' ,* 1 *t oQpg .to niake thprihg 3*ailtt Brat credit ia daebhe color edsit ma 'this 'waelt. They had w.mm tiuq4 of theltpold' leaders, and toa ehinge. Bad faith by the a- ; emoraljdsethewl. Many evi-ottti ,with the Demo ''{, eletusa ~f the bear of ii' A ~ bpiqd' Cbineom ;i~~ir~;~L~isbr thee ~ -$P~~~ inov~~~i ~ i~m Isi ;*orkE q A.A ~~gejiamben ol S has been e, troops li ` leJell 6p6 ii·ad'ibf £~reut.;; 't ubrie - had .-hii resi s ` lbhp destroyedi " ig., ?Mr..0nthrh jt '*it .of anlnce4 - r 4ý`-V{Kiektý an y Lim eg net accounts tle sa Earritsoburg bar was oDiN ' Wilt boe a torchlight procession 1h 'in honor. of Democratic victo Iroma:tI Je re I raions lluminattods 'ae.Ctvi' yit'ýaor er yor k resident: ArritUEl J. TILDEN ........

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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