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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 17 November 1876

W., 3IL:~: .·. ·'Z ', . YOL·x: " AT , EkditorandProprietor. TEEMS AOP SUBRPT 1ON. one dopy, oneyear,........ .. ................. 4,00 One copy, one year 1ý1 ..........» E;00 One copy, ai m nrts..... ..............».a,00 TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty oents 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: N usmaa seQ'a . 1 m.i 2 m. Sm. 6 m. 12m. One.....................P 6 7 7 918120 Two....................750 12 15 22 80 'rhree..................11 00 17 20 80 .40 Four................. 165 001 22 26 838 560 Five................. 1800 26 80 43 60 Ten (3-oL)....... 3000 45 655 75 100 Fltteeu(-ooL).... 15 00 60 75 100 140 Twenty-one(lo.). 35 00 75 90 185 200 Cards of a personal character-when ad missible-will be charged double our reg ular advertising rates. Obituary and Marriage notices will be charged as advert...

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. — 17 November 1876

tte e u y aid sapeeches to get tf to they commenced attendiglfm~on: eatii meetings, and soon began to join. tae clubs (Democratic) in large numberl; that we know of no Intimidation used -I'' by the Democrats to influence colored voters; on the contrary, kind and con ciliatory means were used to change the colored vote. Fair and legitimate arguments and appeals were made to them by both colored and white speak hama and John H. DInkgrave, Deputy Marshal, accompanied by several U. S. Deputy Marshals, made an active cam paign about two weeks before the elee tion with U. S. troops. These soldiers and marshals accompanied the speak. ers and were present at the places ap pointed for the speaking. There was no necessity for the employment of these troops, and alants verily believe that they were employed for the sole purpose of Intimidating both white and colored voters. AfIBants further state that the report wase spread othcugholehdaiscommdseatyk and bel re. . tw 0. er, Breweb~r, G; ham a ...

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. — 17 November 1876

We are under many gbIiiisiti our friend,. Capt. Watt, of the e of .lAken & Watt, N. O., for pews paper favors; The' river at this point is in good boaetig: order for small craft : The Harrisonburg and Old River bars are however, very troublesome. The District Court will convene -next Monday. There i not mack bus Iness on the docket. The (Gnd Jury, it is thought, will be in session several d-ays. .bsdge Robert-lRay,we hear, concedes the election of Mr. Parsons as his sue cessor, and says he would not have the office even though counted in by the Returning Board. The steamer Acme went down Wed nesday with about 50 bales of cotton, the first boat up or down since the sea son closed several weeks ago. Capt. Cryer was in command, and goes down to meet the Bastrop. We were pleased to receive a call from our gallant brother, D. I. Nor wood, Esq., of the Bastrop Clarion, on Tuesday, the Parish Judge elect of Morehouse. Mr. Norwood has made a splendid fight and richly deserves the hon...

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. — 17 November 1876

the state tt .ofvivotence, in.tlmtdat1gfl j - iziebt~iDS-oiP dczirit tUrf t any h plI or votg I P Iffrom theevidonce of such ge tohe .ha " be convithced that its 'ti.titmult, acts of violnce, in azmned disturbances,brlbery it I ifuees did not materially l i t th the purity and feed e r election at such poll or voting ..;A& not prevent a sucClbstl tOf qualifed voters thereat fr~no el at or votig to materially :tn sthe result of taoe electi: as ~nda not otherwln dald reti aril G cin5 shall canvass and oompilethe p1 hpied; but it said returning ofMee ee l not be flly satisfled thereof it tk shilh be their duty to examine futher -tetlmncy in retgaCtd thereto and to e tble  dn they shll bve ~power to send a If, ottr vot1 .ing to to said aly r the esul ofte lconvinced shalle onan n cmple Elce, p 'ý'.ý`"". ý"_.'= th se. re iosl. c nv ssd an htin piked; bu if aid eturing.ot4:rU e - . i i'he.husand 'morbr t: ough : e ltrising .a. Simegit aioli ter she warm a er, prOposingsc er the...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 24 November 1876

VOL N LUIAWEMBRtgb. VOLUME XII, MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1876. NUMBET C . THE- TELEGRAPH: Pablished every Friday. Al' MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. CG". TWT. 3hL~oClERAL. X3, Editor and Proprietor. TE0RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On)e copy, one year.................. ..... $4,00 ,ne copy, six months ........................... 2,50 ADVANCEI RATEB: One copy, one year,.......... ...................3,00 O1ne 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 soventy ivye cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one .month. For longer poeriods as follows: .I7mun se'R . 1 m., 2 m. 8 in. l m. 12m. Oine .. e ...... .........! 3 20 Two .....................7 12 15 22 30 T'hree......... ......... ll 00 17 20 30 40 Four........... 15 00 22" 260 33 50 F'ive................ I 00 26 30- 43 60 rton (-col.)........ 00 45 55 75 100 Fifteon...

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. — 24 November 1876

*Rac:hit i1 ___ 0 . W . .O aIt.. N U 4 t 2. 1 1oNrroEc. L;A.. NovMisBUR 24. 1876. THE PRESIUENCV. We are;daily,fandalmost hourly,ask ed bi aritousmrvters, what is the sltua .. tWi ft'hireference to the election of 'Ptesideit "The ._InqpIry has grown saddiuofi course, but not tiresome, S,.. IseP It is *n indlcation of the deep :and earnest interest felt by the citizen 3a-thenfotuanes and changes of govern ':iteand especially in the chances for .:rederptl.n from tyrannical misrule. It Is well to see the citizen interested in results. Perhaps, the only criticism allowable is, that the deepest interest was not displayed at the proper time, namely, before the result was reached. Wedismiss as not worthy of thought, -or ospecalation itself, the probable ac tion of the Election Canvassers of the doubtful States of Louisiana, Florida and South Carolina. Did we belelve1 as we certainly cannot, that the Can Vassers in either of these States would present a fair exhibit of the votes poll e...

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. — 24 November 1876

MONROE. LA.. NOVEMBER 24, 187b. The District Court for this parish will open next Monday. The Texas immigration and emigra tion, judged by the wagons going through Monroe, are about equal. DMr. I. F. Redditt, a well-known cit izen and planter of Caldwell parish,died at his residence Sunday night of swamp fever. Mr. Ennemoser requests all persons having claims against the parish to present them at once, as he will prob ably be absent next weck. )'he Presidential electors are to meet Sin New Orleans on the 1st Wednesday in next month. We presume both sets of electors will meet on that day. Wells & Co., Returning Board mer chants, must be considerably pestered by the thought that Congress will re count their count, and decide that it is of no account. The sales of cotton for the past seven days reach about 600 bales. On Tues day the sales reached 199 bales, the heaviest sales made any day since the flood. Prices have been stiff and the demand active. It is said that nearly every De...

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. — 24 November 1876

MONROE. LA.. NOVEMBER 24, 1876. LOST-FIVE ELECTORS. A ItIr~ltA l i t or loit'd to be Made up. The" Radicals appear to have lost a few more votes on their electors in Con cordla parish. This arose in the same mapsqerasw.thq lose in the Fourteenth SenatolAl histricet-flom a split among the Radicals and a bolter's ticket. The two factions of Radicals in Concordia are the Young gang, followers of the well-known colored Senator. Dave Yoqng, and theJackson gang, followers of thec oep i Slerjf. t'he Young crowd were apparently the regular Bailicals and the Jackson men the bolters. These bolters got up a ticket of their own, and not knowing much about making up tickets, placed on it the names of only three Hayes J thtw eltors at large, Kel agand°Burch, and O. H.' Brewster, the elector for that Congressional Dis trIct, the Fifth. This ticket.wits voted largely by the Jackson faction, five hundred and seventy-five of such tickets being cast in thisgqrlsh, .ortunately for the Rad icals, th...

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 December 1876

VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1876. NUMBER 1 VOUM XLI. ---- MONREOE. LOUISIANA, FRIDAY. 1)ECEMBER i. 1876i. NUMBERt 12. THE TELEGRAPH: Published overy Priday. AT' MONROE, OUACHITA PARISII., LA. Gr. T %M. dM oCS tL NI.. , Editor and Proprietor. T'lRMIIS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year........................ $4.......00 20o0 .npy, six muonths 0,50...................... AOV.INC2 RATES: Ono rop'y. one year ....................... 3,00 One copy, six nonI ths......... ............ ....2,00 TARIFF OF ADVERTISING LRATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch Vf space or less), for the tirst, and seventy live cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer 'periods as follows: NUMIrIt Scl''RES. I nt. 2 in. 3 in. 0 Ln. 12m. Uoa~............ ......... -V3 75 - _ $ ' ---j 1.....3 75$ 7 $ 13$ ' ............... .. 7 50 12 15 22 :10 'lree.................. 11 00 17 2 30 40 onr....................15...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 1 December 1876

G. W. lcSORANIZ. Uatter. MONROE, LA.. DECEMBER 1. 1876. THE FINAL COUNT. We cpy as -follows from a lengthy article in the Mobile Register, written, evidently, by Col. Forsyche, editor of tbit 'piaper, the ablest .writer on the Southern prese. We do not fully en lprae the Register's views of the situe *ioa,lbut do admire the tone of the ex .Staet': heio constitution being silent as to ,oho !hau count and declare the elec. obirl votes, and the practice of the gov ernaent for the first half century of its existence being different from that of tIim latei half, there must inevitably be a dead-lock between the antagonist houses. No man can predict how the diffiaculty will be removed. There is e rtainly no clearly expressed Constitu tional way of removing it,and when we resort toextra-constitutional ways we must either fight for right or submit to wrong. Tnat the people of the United States will submit to any solution of thisques tion which bears the form of law, must be-clear to every di...

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. — 1 December 1876

MONROE. LA., DECEMBER 1, 1876. BEFORE THE STAR CHLAMBER. This parish has been on trial before thile ex-parte court of which J. Madison NVells isjudge, and a Itnss of tlestimlony -not evidence-has been introduced, at the instance of pretended good citi zens, of the Radical faith, whliclh is simply shocking to the good sense of this and every other community. Re liable gentlemen who have returned from Now Orleans, the mails and the press dispatches are our sources of in formation. It is impossible at the hour of going to press (when we write) to enter upon details, or even to review the stemrenss of witnesses against the fair name of the people of this parish. Numerous statements and naltidavits, we are informned, have been made by Republicans, prejudicial to the good character of the Democrats of this par ish. Supervisor Grady certifies that he was intimidated from the day he was alpointed. Mr. James iHall, of the "Colony," makes a lengthy statement, the substance of which is that he...

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. — 1 December 1876

MONROE. LA.. DEOiCMB1GR 1, 1871. NNW 'FR BILL. S.The awAin reference to fees has been striended, iathi now reads as follows: SmorroN 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of thpStateof Louisiana in General Assmmbly.-eonvened, That the clerks of the "se s district courts throughout t~(~etlfeparlsh of Orleans except ed) sball be entitled to demand and re ceivi the following fees of office: 4ior i1dorAing, registering and filing petition, ten cents. " "Foir Indorsing, registering and tiling =v *-r-. t cents. J1'Orcopying all instruments of writ ing not' otherwise provided for, each one huadred words, fifteen cents. For issuing citation, with seal and certificate, fifty cents. For copy of citation, with seal and certficnte, forty cents. For issuing attachment, and seal, seventy-five cents. For Issuing Seri faclas, with seal, for ty cents. For lssuing flel facias, with seal, one dollar. For issuing order of selizure, with seal, one dollar. For Issuing order of seque...

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. — 8 December 1876

VOLUME X MONROE LOUISIANA FRIDAY DECEMBER . 1876. . VOLUME XLI. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1876. NUMBER 13. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Priday. A.V MON ROE, OUACIIITA PARISH, LA. Ca-. WT. Mtf cA AbIXM, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUI.SCRIPTION. I)hI h copy, on11e year,...................... .. 4,00 (lin cOpy, six monorths, ..................... 2,50 ADVANCE RATFS: One copy, one year ..........,.................3,00 One copy, six months ............................2,00 TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES.' Advertisements will be inserted at one d'ollar and fifty cents per square (one inch ,:f space or less), for the first, and seventy live cents for each subsequent insertion, for any timo unlder one month. For longer periods as follows: S.%1U t saq'taS. 1 .t.: 2 n. 3 Iu. 0 in. 121n. One .................... $3 75! 7 $ 9 13 $ 20 S........................j 7 0 15 22 30 ........ 1 20 30 30 Lour .................. 1500 22 26 3 50 i'ive..................1.. i 2,1 30 43 60 Ten (...

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. — 8 December 1876

- Q. W. MIcORAfNIE. Edater. \MONROE, LA., DECEMBERI 8, 1876. REPORT OE MR. J. GRADY, SUPERI Tbe Supervisor of election for this parish supplimented his regular report on tbeoreturns (which was a very fair -statement) with the anexed lmneanly t. Btilmn.-tissue of misrepresentations : -.t;ik'ra OP LOUISIrANA, PAUIJ.r or ORLTRANS. M. J. Grady, being duly sworn, de poseesmnd says that he was the Super visor of tie pariah of Ouachita from the 16th of Oct., 1876, until after the goen eral election held on the 7th of Noveam her, 1876.E That during said period of registration and revision of registration aforesaid to wit: from the 16th of Octo her, 1876, and frotm tlhat tine until after . the election hell on the 7th day of No vember, 1876, at or near tile several places of registration, in said parish, tumult, acts of violence, intimnidation, disturbances and corrupt influences, which tended to prevent, and did pre vent a fair, full and peaceable vote oi all the qualified electors of said...

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. — 8 December 1876

MIONROE. LA.. DE)ICEMBIER S, 1874,. Can't be beat, Rills' five cent cigar. BIU.II lh PiRESENSl'P.-A H0weSwinlg Machine. Mr. Rills only asks one cent profit on his five cent cigars. We are indebted to Sublett Brothers for late St. Louia papers. It is a fact that Rills' five cent cigars are the best ever sold in our city. Go to the cheap cash store of Morris Roos for bargains in dress goods. The weather is clear, cool and very dry. Heavy frosts are very frequent. Ladies Cardinal lace ties can be found at the cheap cash store of Morris Roos. Dress goodis, and low prices, both can be found at the cheap store of Mor ris Roos. Mohair fringes in all colors for ladies dresses', are sold at very low figures at the cheap store of Morris Roos. The sales of cotton the past week amount to about 500 bales. Prices are down somewhat. Middling 10::c. Boots, shoes and hosiery, for every body, superior in workmanship and very low forcash atSholars .& Key's. (Mr. It. Gerson has supplied his nmanw ...

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. — 8 December 1876

.,lr,'.v.i ; L.r.. DECEMBER 8, 187i. (Ptiet hse emniones LUnveillngthe New. York statue of Webster.] :., i. ivý'ert C. Winthrop, of Massachusetts, was next introduced. "My peidiaal associations with Mr. ,Webeter,'!. he said, "reach back to a ;dain.tdty. I recall him as a familiar " -vficfto iii tbe homes of more than one .of those with whom I was most nearly cozoleeted, when' I was -but a' school by, on his flrtt removal to Boston, in lI'et.I,- recall the deep impression pro . ducedoir .1:lwho heard him, by his , Ipmt eqforts.in the Constitutional Con v.ettiMnof Maesahusetts, and, soon af - ttwid, bty'hls' oble discourse at Ply nitidiit1ock in 1820i. I was myself in thbeoesowd- which gazed at:him, and lis tened to him with admiration when he laidf the corner-stone of the monument oan-Bnker Hill, in the presence of La fayette, in 1824. I was myself In the throng Wblitril huingt with rapture on his lips as he pronounced that splendid eulogy on Adams and Jefferson, in Paneull Ha...

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. — 15 December 1876

VOLUME XII. MONROE. LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1876. NUMBER 14. I i ii i • . l I I Ii I I • I • i • ii ii ... i . . . . ... . .. . . . . . . . ... . .. . . . . . . . . - PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Robt. J. Caldwell, L AWYER, MONROE, L.A. Jan. 25, 1873. 19:t f W. R. Hardtly, ATTORNEY AT LAV 1.dONROE, LA. Feb. 25, 1874. n24-1y it. Cl. COBB. A. A. (4UNivY. Cobb & uIniby, A'TToHNEYS AT I.AW, ,iONROE, LA. Aug. 2, 1873, 46 tf. A. L. Slack. ATTORNEY A'T LAW and Commis sioner for Texas. Office Wood Street Mlhnroe, La. Prompt attention given to col ltetions inl North Louisiana. Aug. 26, 68.5:17 Dr. Wmn. Saudel T ENDERS his services as Physician and ± Surgeon, to the public. He cau be found IuponI his plantation, four luiles below Mon roe. March 11, 1874. 25-1y I. B. White. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 417 PINE' ST., ST. LOUIS, MO. ;r.r Parchases attended to free of charge. St. Louis, July 1, 1876. ly. Dr. R. C. Strother, ) ESUMES the practice of his profession, It and otfers his services to the citize...

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. — 15 December 1876

G. W. McCOANIZ. Editor. MONROE. LA., DECEMBER 1,. 18i7. ORGANIZING THE HOUSE. t The is,.a smal Dmberatie , mjority . .elet h)1ert4-eHouse,but the Repub IItan r1plgtors propose to overthrow f it by lng i the hall the unelect- t ed ) iican . anidates from the a 8 hputh o e with credentials fromnt the pýpgl . govrnors. This will reproci at ,Wa~ington the scene en acted ,a Ydlumb.laliast week and at I New ,Oipanstwo years ago, when the t army to'kit upo itself to :decide who were vi iebers of the South Carolina and Loistanria. Legislatures and who were tiot. Tflaconspirators are not do ing trig r work by, halves; they need a o counted ijn Uouse to isupport their counte4l-i. Preident, and they will have it ift hey cari.--Mo6il Register. Our esteemed cotemporary seems to forget that the incoming Federal House of Representatives will be organized under the rulings of the rulings of t he present Democratic clerk. It is he,andI he alque, who, makes up the roll.of the new imembers, he, bein...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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