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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 15 December 1876

VOLUME X. MONROE LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1D.1876. NUMBER VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1876. NUMBER 14. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. R obt. J. Caldwell, L AWYER, MONROE. LA. j / Jan. 23. 1787. 19:ttI W. H. Hardy, A'TTORNY AT' LAW, A. T I "1MONROE, LA. Feb. 25, 1874. n21-ly iig.i. CO . A. A. it!N'RY. Cobb & Guiaby, AT'rORNEYS AT LAW, MONROtE, LA. Aug. 2, 1873, 40 If. A. L. blacek. ATTORNEY AT LAW and Conunmis sioner for Texas. Office Wood Street 5lnlroe, La. Prompt attention given to col tec(tions in North Louisiana. Aug. 26, 68.5:17 Dr. Win. Mandel rgIENDERS his services as Physician and 1 Surgeon, to the public. He can be found utlpot his plantation, four miles below Mon toe. March 11, 1874. 25-1y I. !B. 'While. ATI'ORREY AT LAW, 417 PINi ST., ST. LOUIS, MO. ,t&- Purchases attended to free of charge. St. Louis, July 1, 1876. ly. Dr . C. . trother, RESUMES the practice of his profession. and offers his services to the citizens of Mfonroo and vicinity. Offic...

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. McCRANIE. Editor. '3 ONfOE. LA.. DECEMBER 15, 1870. .ORiWANIZIMG THE HOUSE. The is.i mndl itnocratti majority elect 4 eeat-Houeeybut -thebe-eptlbil .lcan at qoI gop e to overthrow Itby dn ipat leialtlýe q pieut ed -H ..pjatipte .frm the South"}v W ,w)rterdeittgls from the V9pors. This.wi'll rep to tl sceneen a cted u;u1-i ~st week and at ",% KrI, Lago, when the t ý sEtpo. f declde who r ,'heP ; South Carolina and 1en ILeg(iatures and who were ai . 'be gqeplrators are not do. ing thp:µ_ ' :halves; they need i coun ff (Io, . to support. their counp lp, ,esie.. a. taul hey will: have A%3ý}.t.an.--Molfite Begister. Our esteemed cotemporary .seems to forget tht;thkt incominiPlederal House, of BI i £tives will be'd organlzed undedate rIlid' of the rulings of th. preseptDPemocratc cleric. It (s .e,anud he alounftw,w makes. up the roll of the new Weesbertvshe' being sole judge',; under tie la'; 6f th~ d "regularity ndit legallfQt u fieqrtifcateslurnished hint by mepaMs r ela...

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. — 22 December 1876

VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22. 1876. NUMBER If. THE TELEGRAPH: Pablished every Friday. A'T MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. Car. TVCT. I oCdCC3C.L2LTll, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year ......................... 4,00 One copy, six months ........................ 2,50 ADVANCE. RATES: One copy, one year,......................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 c:f 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: .viuEaa SQ'IREta. I 21.'- In. 2 1n.:  12n. One................7........ 7 9 13 it 20 Two............. 7 .... 0 12 15 22 30 rlmre ..................It (110 17 20 30 40 Four.................. 15 00 22 ! 38 50 I'ive............ 18 00 20; I 30 43 60 Ten (-ecol.)..... ..: )00 45 55 75 100 Fifteen(%-oco...

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. — 22 December 1876

a. W. cOIaNIa., diater. MONROE. LA.. DECEMBER 22, 1876. METHODIST ANNUAL CONFERENCE. OFFiCIAL PROCEEDINGS. First Day. TaENToN, December 18, 1876. Convened at 9:80 A. at. After religious exercises, conducted by Bishop Wightman, the roll was called by the assistant secretary of last "y arianSg2t members of the conference fOi ,g ot to be present. The confer ende:rM11.shows about 75 members. Thje :eiofereneo then elected Samuel IL. chiroedcr secretary, John T. Sawyer ass ita secretary, and J. W. Medlock statistlcil secretary. The hours for meeting and adjourn Ing weit fixed at 9 A. at. and 2 P. at. The Bishop made appropriate and feng remarks of salutation, &e. .Report ;from. A; H. Redford, Agent of.Naitshville hburch Publishing House, was :read, and referred to committee on boidks and periodicals. 1'he p:eommittee on Presiding Elders made report as follows : SCommittee on public worship: C.W. Carter, II. O. White, R. I. Wright. (mnmittee on Sabbath schools: B. F. White, J. M. Bro...

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. — 22 December 1876

(Pita bita gelegraph. ,MONROE. LA.. DECEMBER 22, 1876. WHY IS 1T: We ask why it is that witnesses who callege that crimes have been committed in this parish are kept in New Orleans to be used before committees, instead of being here to prosecute before the courts? It is at least suspicious. It is \well known here that these witnesses, Pinkston and others, can not sustain their accusations before the courts; that there is evidence here to silqnce their slanderous tongues and to send them to the State prisons for perjury. The Radicals know these facts, and they are afraid to trust these witnesses M->efo4l n impartial judicial tribunal. It is a singular fact that they were spirited away to New Orleans, there to make their affidavits upon which war rants issued. There was ample op portunity for them to have made their complaints here for warrants to issue, and fora speedy investigati on of the alleged crimes. The Radicals of this parish did not, do they now desire, judicial invllesti...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 22 December 1876

MONROE. LA., DECEIMBEIR 22, 1876. CIIOCTAW TRADITIONS. Before civiliaed customs were intro duced, the bodies of the dead were not 'nierred, but placed iii the open air on al c.:ii, ld, c-rtc Ld uhlear the house. Here theyi were allowed to remain until the fesh fell from the skeletons, when the: ,l:ttdr: were turned: over to lithe "bone-pickers." These men, who foraqed something like a religious order, So ... oe: ,,. placed them in rudle boxes, ihiclh were branded, and . then deposited them in a hut, or house, prepared for this purpose. When one of theei i tione-hoised became full, or the tribe started on a military expedi tion, or migrated to another section of the country, the bo.es-,were taken out, placed in a cone-shaped pile, and then coveted with earth; thus giving rise to tie mounds which mark the ancient haeqptf' thfe - Indiasn nations. It. i probable, however, that someo of th e mounds were built for other purposes. The "bone-pickers" are said to haiv separated the skeleton...

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. — 12 January 1877

VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, RIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1877. NUMBER 18. THE TELEGREAPH: PabliLh'ed evory Priday. AT OfONIOE,, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. I Clar. T(IT. 2%ORCSbAL2FEI, Editor and Proprietor. TIER31S OF SUBSCRIPTION. t i ols ,ls py, one yetar,............ ................... 4,00 t)Oo cospy, six nlonthss..........................2,50 itaro a o]e U YHtl',a............ o........p ney... ,300 •liso opvy, six anoatbhs ...................,O0 TAII1F OF ADVEIRTISING HATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one "it+,llar and lifty cents per square (one inch ,f 'spa:ce or less), fir the tirst, and seventy 4ive cents bfor each subsLeqILestL ilnsertion, for ::say timle under one nmonth. "osr longer period'siss as follows: :'L .1Util 'Q 184'51. 1 I sI.2In. 3 us. 4; in. 121ms. lo..................... : 7  a $ 20 Tw... .. 7 AGO 1 15 2. 3' S'i"..i ...... 1 5 17 20 21 1.' Ih'nr....... ............... 0 it 5 riv............. 00........ 2 :0 43 t1 ) 'l'es (,-col.) ...... 00 45 55 75 10 4*'itle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 12 January 1877

*Rachlita W1eg rj pi2V. a. W. Me@ua mUe,. ndtt.r. MONS1OES. LA.. JANUARY 12, 1877. SITruATION iN nEW ORLEANS. The relative values of a government by the people and a' government of usurpe#: has.seen Itsted a second time in thls, heS , gThSellogg usurping governeant;was overthrown by the peopl.e,nad4iow the Packard govern t ): been nearly demolished " , Glo: iollh With the people for  , .. .e t . . . .  the tb, both Nicholls and Pack w- ere taugMarted as govenorns, the irst at St.'Patrlck's Hall and the latter at the State House. Each Governor had a legislature organised and support ing hi. claims, but we believe neither legislature, although claiming to have a quoruinmi had a quorum of members duly elt ed', . Gov. Nicholls was sworn into office by Judge Tissot, and Packard by Judge Ludellnig. It seemi that there was little or'no delay in a trial of strength between the two governors. Packard had his Metropolitans well organised and masied at convenient points, and Kelloug had...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 12 January 1877

M1ON1tOE, LA.. JANUARY 12. 1877. We are indebted to I-on. W. 13. Spencer, 1W. C., for late favors. The City Weigher reports nearly 7000 bales of cotton bought and soldl in this market up to date. The new year has brought no busi ness changes in this city, and none, we hear, in our neighboring town of Tren tonl. Glen. Pargoud has leased his two pla ces to his former manager, DMr. 1P. Tru ard, and will probably spend this year in France where his mother is living. jA the Democratic witnesses sum monied to New Orleans from this parish have returned, except S. D. McEnery, Esq., who remains there, where he has done most efficient service before the Senate committee. Republicans are not ungrateful. This week, for the first week in nearly nine years, we are allowed by law to pub lish a legal advertisement. Young man, go into the newspaper business, and after nine years you will get your reward. The freeze in the Mississippi stopped our supply of paper at Cairo, which accounts for the non-a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 12 January 1877

MONROiE1 ' JAdA9tIARY 12, 1877. A LEii'1 BY MARK TWAIN. The hlll: wasibright with its fresh freescoig, et"ttabltes were handsomely but not layishly decorated with flowers, the musil t'tad ux'~eieti'.ttd .altmost continuous throughout thk~tiue of eat ing, and there was a crescendo ofhilar ity cove!agpir.evening., There was, howeveg, a scantier uumber of guests of natlqnal reputatin thau.- in some former "eva,, Y hlr tbe, mpte t inter ing Seeti6g siiedge tiii ' . taiait of Mark Twaln tpist poese.to thetoast: "The Oldest Inhlbitaut--The Weather. Who hath ldit'i ~t` dot h forget It ? Who pul itmrtil and doth regret it? f'lttiiti betrxlt'xts aTwsain." --Merhanat of Vensice. Mr. Clemens said : ,I revrbevitly be Ileve that the Maker who made us all makes evemythilng in New England but the westhr'. , don'-t know who makes that, htl;I thinlk it must be raw ap preutiet ih the Wisthter clerk's factory who experiment and letirn how in New Englaos, .ins. hboais aid eh)lothes, lald then are ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 27 January 1877

A ` . · - :, ; . *ý ' . wig h v rý p ý ý" "t la LOUISINASATUDAY, ANU T I77. VOLUME X..syI. THE TELEGRAPH: P1ubished every yridy. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF, SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year, ............................. $4,00 tl1o copy, six monhis......... ..........2...... -2 0 ADVANCB RATES: no e opy, one yearr,........ - ....................3"', (ºne copy, si. months.....'..................... ..0 TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. A Advertisements will be inserted at one it neo dollar and fifty cents per sqnuare tone inch ment of space or less), for the frst, and saeventy- ofr his tive cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer pleriods as follows: .1lu5M-s tt1'RS. .1 nm. 2 m-.+3 m. 6 m.12m. One-......- ...... $751 7 9 1 320 Two..................... 75 12 15 22 80 Three .......... Li 00 17 20 30 40 For ................... t5 00 22 5 Ten (3S-ooL)........i 00 4 55 75 100 •'ifteon (9Sol.)~.-I 00 00 75 100 140 'rwen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 27 January 1877

' >. i O It I ti ma declare, Si k hbethween e thhub :Iike, there it p that fraud ldoe V bIi l d count, la@t ' - nip tlate elee tion ¢ao M0those can dl tUsby ,popular sIf fragjd.'. e ty -candidate, not eIecfors otf law are ~e. M lottung -tlte vil laiay: : the true and ancel a*&s `th'dsc res .that frau* ih e trafeaceha -and- to nmeet tfcbsng dise-sab ording to I s* 5 tand. , Tb co'spieeasei* o"mnankir e- jeetrene It is saeha i tlooestynnd JestI t ;;e tiand just man apure tiha t ltt.with .scorn, and, l undiiaiMit 4 or, 71 , o- language used t/*l isai;tolse- ntlZaI -villainly oftheaur ai 'd alsIie -Its enor mityttet: d ea Mrageiasnerstanding. Yet iiiaa t ·1 sheardl .ta. parrot cry that lileg laltiuilCd partisans . do-:but cheat Miit aekestabllshed. forlms of leglieti ntve atmeat, the ,defrauded publi rist~bimitto the ihndgnity-and iniquity) .Phe.atm- ofthe Iteturning ]Boar odft jelslan,,a p.wnus: =be accepted bees!yae lt,ke tol4 they are literally aocoM I oeratlaw q(, th atSt...

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. — 27 January 1877

MONFOE, LA.. JANUARY 27. 1877. WEATHER RECORD. The.driest Fall known in this section for a number of years was that ending on the 30th of Novemder. Long before that date theplanters had gatlered thier crops, and a large proportion of the cot ton was in market. Cisterns were ex hausted, the ground was hard and dry several feet down, and the bayous and ponds were nearly all dry as a bone. Stock suffered greatly for want of water. Winter opened with no indications of severe cold. A few heavy frosts inter vened `-een the opening and Christ mas, a a few light showers also, with increasing cold. Christmas day was followed by very cold weather. The ground was hard frozen, with t slight thaw on Saturday. At night there was a second freeze with a slight fall of snow and sleet. The next day (Sunday), and the last day of '76, the Centennial year, the snow fell from abest. 8, a. in., until 3 p. m., when there was a fall of sleet for three hours. The ground was now covered by snow and sleet to t...

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. — 27 January 1877

~l'tie of;the, to oro e hadbee n the ambts aqu t :d ai comfram ···iimi. _go to following e In Feder . Laeas aoce lyrred a few ' ,ti t the ofrensewas csm tairde, of theIr jnrladletion. : 3 ..ttd ~ usteed in the " n u.lue, tie latter chasime frby [hil,enkt the Federal soldler to uaanie pirato his arsail at. It was :inly recithly thatern negro 3  " a pr lW ee andres wprotectuld " l 4.~ywoirt, Kentucky. tpon._ t nd pf the te. authorsltee,the mrefi ee, to s question Idrto him.ch the ·New. Orleans Cs- rl tt therefore, .Impoe ptere ptolon uatom ie l the eRetinat the limiorth ouwtt ,i 'e if attnackuired hdoo t1 1s4 cate and nooted question hofeyir : te.may goin followingr lo -e~a6lIY. i t e.lls..is ato pruFedent to i 'ttadulh an error. ' l~ 'A. fracas occurred a few p': ,1 HEAlRTED MAN. ;' "I ".. s' t PePt e . Pres. Onte e ity a neth ýllehardsen thrue. heagroundt oftaent e or ens romance, ttt utslde of their jurisdicympatilon.es ,s ,.d :Ibythe l sight in the E'i4run J,-Tuse,.. the lat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 2 February 1877

VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1877. NUMBER 21. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Robt. J. Caldwell, AWYER, MONROE, LA. Jan. 25, 1873. 19:tf W. H. Hardy, A TTORNEY AT LAW, tA 1 AIONROE, LA. Feb. 25, 1874. n24-1y 1t. G. COBB. A. A. GUNSY. Cobb & Gunby, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, MONROE, LA.  Aug. 2, 1873, 46i tf. A. L. Slackl A TTORNEY AT LAW and Conmnis sioner for Texas. Otice Wood Street Monlroe, La. Prompt attention given to col eotuions in North Louisiana. Aug. 20, 68.5:17 Dr. Win. Maudel rlaniNDERS his services as Physician and SSurgeon, to the public. .Ieo can be ftiulnt ilupon l is plalltation, iiur Ililes below PMon Mm. M arch 11, 187-1. 25-1y I. H. White. TPOr NEY AT I,1V 417 P-INI, ST., Si'. LOUITS. MO. .r: Purchases attnrdled to free of t-large. St. Louis, July 1, 1870. ly. Dr. It. C. Strother, IE.SUMI.ES the practice of his plrofession, I 111and olfors his services to the citizens of Miinlroe andl vicinity. Olice: In second tolry of Broard's Bri.k Store, corner O('ra...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 2 February 1877

E. W. IcOIANI. Edltor. MONROE., LA.. FEBUARY 2, 1877. TILE MARCH OF EVENTS. -- ._lepeogress made since our last Issue i n.~the -settlement of the political Ittelblesehas been considerable and in the main very satisfactory. The pres dyqun question has been removed ;Ipsa the. perilous edge of civil war to a foundation where a poacable solution is 'flatot certain, by the enactment as law 'ithi ~retoral bill. The provisions of Z this lay, If not already familiar to most of our readers, may be found in another late.re:'In'sotme of its features the law t1:9bjedtl6nable, but as a measure of iflcation It appears to claim the sane Lion of all good citizens-not what they couldfwlth, but as the best that could btihad. We shall not attempt to dis c~Se thi probable results, satisfied that neither. the country nor Mr. Tilden -Wil.suffer in the long run. But if we had any doubt as to what might happen from the action of the new tribunal affecting Tilden's claims, as the case stood one week ago, w...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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