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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 9 February 1877

t MONROE, LA.. FEIRtUAIIY 9, 1877. The mocking bird, "gladness bub bling from his throat," sang his lirst song of Spring last Sunday. Our neighbor, the Intelligencer, has solved the statrs quo. That paper, of Wednesday, publishes the proceedings of the Polce J ury, .ommissioned by Gov. Nicholls, and heads the publica tion with the word "Ofticial." Our re venge is complete. Several mad dogs have been killed on the river a few miles below Mon roe-on Mr. Willis's place three have been killed, and Dr. Richardson killed on ear his residence. No serious re have been reported to us, but owners of dogs should keep a strict look-out. We call attention to the card of the r steamer John 11. 1Ianna. The ilanna was built last Full and is entirely new from stem to stern. She is large stern- i wheeler, above the average speed, car ries 3"000 bales easily and has passenger accolnmodations equal to any si.le- I wheel packet. She is commanded by I Capt. Jack l3lanks,and the office is or cupied by Un...

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. — 9 February 1877

O. W. IuoaUANII, 3tter. MONROE. LA.. FEBRUARY 9, 1877. A PLEA pOR THE PRINTER. el fiitrhr enacted, etc., That the costs of such advertlsemnonts [egal advertise menta] shall not exceed the rate of seventy cents per square, or fraction thereof, for the first .Insertion and twenty-five centa for each subsequent insertion ; one square to consist of the space of one hundred words soldmatter. If such newspaper refuses to publhii at the rate herein specified, the ad vertIsements shall be published In the manner above provided for in eases where there are no newspapers.-Sevetnteenh Section of PritL,tU passedC b Ifouse iraanch of - Among the impossibilities with which every new legislature has to struggll is that of refusing to enact a new printing law. No matter what measures of general reform were an nounced and advbcated in the canvass of Vrotes-no matter what are consider ed the paramount interests of the peo ple;-the new member of the General Assembly, so soon as he reaches the dign...

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. — 9 February 1877

MON1OE, LA., FEI3RLTAIY O. 1877. The mocking bird, "gladness bub. bling from his throat," sang his first song of Spring last Sunday. Our neighbor, the Intelligencer, has solved the stalcs quo. That paper, of Wednesday, publishes the proceedings of the Pollee Jury, commissioned by Uov. Nicholls, and heads the publica tion with the word i'Oftlcial." Our re venge is complete. Several mad dogs havo been killed on the river a few miles below Muo roe-on Mr. \Villis's plance three have been killed, and Dr. Richardson killed on ý*ear his residence. No serious re have been reported to us, but owners of dogs should keep a strict look-out. WVe call attention to the card of the steamer John 1-I. Ilanna. The Hfanna was built last Fall and is entirely new from stem to stern. She is large stern wheeler, above the average speed, car ries 3000 bales easily and has passenger accommnodations equal to any si.le wheel packet. She is commanded by Capt. Jack Blanks,and the office is oc cupied by Uncle J...

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. — 9 February 1877

MONROE, LA.. FEBRUARY 10. 1877. RBTURNINI -BOARDS. Which ii is no ptlittcianaam I,. .ggliv iy the sweat of my brow, And the man as shall say that I lie ii] fdri$; d-his remarks, or I vow c, t ; ;# him or try.. I don'twqjt no quarrel.with any, And I'm neverinsulting to none; The fititA iiatfe:hbid ibn't many, But so yr-.as, thpy've ever been done, I haven't lost.one. I don't say it to frighten nobody, But to.iSrhoithittamy cause it was just; For I'll .ghtLf i I'm sased by the shoddy, And I think it is right, and I must ~i 4 tFighltaArd if L'm cussed. sli~llittibl reason I-thought I'd explain As g.What was here going to say ; And I don't ant no man as is sane To get-dpand deny, for he may Make sure I'll complain. 1.'V9eb 4it no. politician am I, "utt I don't think it's right to be burnhig : :. iWp.q¶ernwpnt oalts, as is high, Whet the 3oard is so low that's Re turning : - What ashes for lye! Them t~subbisp.daought to be.burnt, For'ttfly "liehilayy ont6 the nation; "45 ;ftI onely ...

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. — 16 February 1877

VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1877. NUMBER 28. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. . iobt. J. Caldwell, LAWYER, MONROE, LA. j Jan. 25, 1873. 19:tf W- . R. Hardy, ATTORNEY AT LAW A' RKEY AT L IONROE, LA. Feb. 25, 1874. n24-1y U. G. COBB. A. A. OUNBY. Cobb & Gunby, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, MONROE, LA. Aug. 2, 1873, 4d tf. A. L. Slaclk. 'I'TORNEY AT LAW and Commis i. stoner for Texas. Office Wood Street Monroe, La. Prompt attention given to col tections in North Louisiana. Aug. 26,(68.5:17 -Dr. Wia. Sandel r ENDERS his services as Physician and LSurgeon, to the public. lHe can be fituind uolirl it i plaltatiol, four miles below SMon ioo. March 11, 1874. 25-1y I. B. White. ATT'rORNEIY AT LAW, 417 PINE ST., S'. LOUIS, MO. A5&1- Purchases attended to froe of chalrge. St. Louis, July 1, 1870. ly. Dr. iJ. C. Strother, ) ESUMES the lpractice of lia prolfession, Sandti otLrs l his services to the citiozels of Monroe and vicinity. Office: In seound story of Breard's Birickl Store, corn...

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. — 16 February 1877

QG.I..WIB..ORNUL . °Uiter. t MONRIE.0 LA.. FEBRUARY 16, 1877. EltliORIAL CONVENTIONS. Some of ourexchanges have recently suggested'a: Pess association in this State. 'Tlired" iro similar associations In our Bister'iSiutes, Arkansas and Mis isesisppl, and.the annual meetings are well attended and the-proceedings gen- I erally harmonious. We have watched the act i'd~tf these conventions, how ever, fo,;anotber purpose, that Is, to see what, good of a practical, n ature would come of the gatherings of the newsps r men. We have sfan but little as yet. . The great trouble with newspapers, especially country papers, is the lack of pecuniary independence. Editors and publishersate not in a condition to as. sert their independence and to fix the price of their work. They. are gener ally poor men and usually have a house full of children, or an office crammed with rubbish. They have a kind of forced existence in business-sticking to it because nothing better is open tt. tothem. And it seems ...

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. — 23 February 1877

VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1877. NUMBER 24. THE TELEGRAPH: Publishod overy Friday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. CG-. WT . 2EO4CSZEA EIbT 3, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year ........................... 4,00 o Pil copy, six months,.......................... 2,50 ADVANCR RAT:ES 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 (ono inch of space or less), for the first, and seventy livo conts for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows: 3'u;ER 5cQ'1tt5s. I in.' 2 in. 3 us. Ii ii. 12m. n . $ 0 $ l13 20 Two ..................... 7 01 12 15 22 30 thiree ...............11 00117 20 30 40 L'ounr.................... 1 0 2 26 38 50 V'i, 1.................... 18 00 26 30 43 60 T'en (14-col.)..... . to 0 43 55 75 100 L iftoon(i-uol.).... 15 00...

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. — 23 February 1877

o. W. McORANEI, Edater. MONROE. LA.. FEBRUARIY "3, 1877. 1'RtEtIDENTIAL VAGAItIES. We have a mind t~ say sotmething about the counting of votes for Presi dent, but, really, what it ought to be, or what good it can possibly do, is at ver. grave conuundrum. There are learned men and editors enough who are fret ting the air and the type with saga opinions, without our adding one syl lpbile to the current flow of wisdom in eabaustible. And yet, the violence of the current seems to be resistless, and, perforce, we are carried into the deei' wat-rs where the village butcher and tfie City pedestrian find themuselves at IMonpe. We must swim, or sink. It i. simply because a heavy invoice of wis dom would sink with us, that we re luctantly consent to swim. In our Interviews with friends ott the sidewalk, thinking men of the'learnet professions, and the gentleman just from New Orleans, a vast store of bart facts have been gathered. We havt also consulted the special telegraphhl correspondents...

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. — 23 February 1877

MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 23, 1877. The sportsmen report robins, snipe and woodcock in the woods and fields, but not in very great abundance. Irish potatoes are down to 75e a-peck, and onion setts sell by the quart at fifty cents. It is harvest time for the dealers. The hens are beginning to attend more closely to their duties, and eggs are consequently becoming more plentiful. Twenty cents a-dozen is the street price. The independent planters are procur i n'-eirhay, corn, oats, pork and mecnl ft ..Ihe merchants. The ruling hig ures for advancing touch bottom at 20 per cent on local cash prices. The fishermen with their set-netts, are taking front the river the finest specimens of trout, speckled poerch and bar fish, which they sell at reasonable figures. There are few Southern rivers equal to the Outaciita in the variety and quality of its fish. Trout, percnh, bass, cat and buflhlo, too, in February ! The weather for the past ten days I has been cool, and in the main cloudy, I but not ...

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. — 23 February 1877

MISCELLANEOUS. aO SIr4JVING: Iherejrlo no need.for starving, as long as UE. ý ITTaT lAl atT Z On DeSiard street, has for sale plenty of OOOURIEUS AND PROVISIONS, ---Such as- Al COFFEE & SUGAR ; EXCELLENT SYRUP & MOLASSES ; SPLENDID CHEESE, MACARO)NI; VERMICELLI; NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR IN ANY QUANTITY NEW SUGAR CURED HAMS (FIRST IN MARKET;) PLENTY bF EGGS, SPICED PIG'S FEET OYSTERS, SARDINES, POTTED OR DEVILED, )J~ATS, LOBSTERS, SALMON AND MUSHROOMS; ASSORTED CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES; POTATOES AND ONIONS; CHOICE CAROLINA RICE; WHITE BEANS AND ENGLISH PEAS; HOMINY AND GRITS; CRANBERRIES, RAISONS, (.ITltON AND'CURRANTS; h1 ICE JELLIES AND PRESERVES ; DRIED F0GS; CRACKERS, CR1AM P.ISCUITS AND) CRACKNELS: E, LLS ANI1 A VAItI":IY OF NINCE AND USJ.FJUF ORNAMENTS ; Also a small aassortnment of Crockery andi Shlelf-lrfurdwuro, Suhi as is mnostly needed Cutie utlit see for yonrselves, but do not ftil to bring alongthe"spondulix," because I must have more ready money and tes>...

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. — 2 March 1877

VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1877. NUMBER 25. The Ladles and the Churches of 3onroc. t - t The Baptists of this city have never i had a house of worship of their own. g They had an interest in the old Union a church, destroyed by tire, and last year 3 leased the Methodist church on certain o Sundays, but this building was wreck- i+ ed by the great snow storm. The de- n nomination has never been very strong n in membership, or purse, but now Mrs. b Hasley, of Trenton comes to their aid with a liberal donation, which is no less than an elegant house of worship to be e: erected on one of the most eligible lots f in this city. The building is to. be of b wood, and will cost, finish-ed, $4,200. ri Mr. S. Nelson has the contract, a sufi- u cient guarantee the work will be hon- ti estly and substantially done. It will a be built on the vacant corner lot o immediately south of the Copeley i residence, almost in the centre of the u city, and with its tower and Gothic I' s...

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. — 2 March 1877

G. W. Wa oUM t IB. aiL tor. pc MONROE. LA., MARCH 2, 1877. b "W WUKlt!fi'b4o the -close, and, in as the phraseology of the dime novelist, be but little remains to be said. We have so conducted op s,b-epo bravely through at the vicissitudes and skullduggery of a w. suerdatifMn výat nd .electiofn,and now of all th8t m~JnP is his remains which " will +Yi<ii}'tfthe 5th instant. It is needie;O\monuting friends, to la- Cif ,Attnt aS Jeremiah of old ;-as a mattel t ol factydss-dead, too.and the dying "' and l~igd ,A@v8e weep. B I3 ,iactly in order for the Re- t 1" ,. , .in publicans to reJoice. They are steel clad wJthMl ses for rejoicing-doubly o0 -"heele;" in that. respect, since thelr m heroaý slain iours, and, what adds tt. n his' ~oiws, Is the fact that the wound ec was 4 fln'from the rear. It was at greatv'~fit-a' very great steal-mand 0 Repdtiflti levity is both natural and rc ju sti li e .: . . .. FollowlOg the lead of several honor- 01 ed Sou theri DIPmorats,such as Lam...

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. — 9 March 1877

VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1877. NUMBER 28 THE TELEGRAPH: Publimhod every Friday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. C#. "VV". EhdreoCTE.ALWTX ;W, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. t)e copy, one year,.............................. 400 On1 o copy, Six ilonths,.......................... 2,50 ADVANCE RATES: One copy, one year ............ ....................3,00 Onle copy, six llouths.............................. ,00 TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fltly cents per square (one inch of space or less), for the first, and seventy live cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under onle monlth. For longer periods as follows: uno ...................... $3 75 7 9 13 $ 20 Two ................... 7 0 12 15 22 0 'ree............ 0......I 00 32 3 40 Fi'our ................... 15 00 22 20 38 .it give .................18 00i 2 i 30 43 tS Ten (t-col.)... 30 00 43 55 75 100 .'itteen(-cl.).... 13 00 60it 75 100 140...

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. — 9 March 1877

0. W. auOIRMtlE. Ualter. MONROE, LA., MARCH 9, 1877. TASKEASTEII HAYES. It se a little remarkable that we have neither orators, nor newspapers, Just now, claiming to have been first in ad vocating the claims of Mr. Tilden for the-Presidency; and it is somewhat notleeable, that many who did, a few short weeks ago, are now favorably rmepressed with 3Mr. Hayes, President s.-called. The bitter strife for the first place in the affections of Mr. Tilden is Sver. The King is dead, and has not sa eulogist left. We hear and read o1 Hayes, but of the Ring-Smasher noth . ing. Following thislofty spirit of devotion to one's friends-albeit, we admire Tii. den In defeat more than in his hour of triumlah at St. Louis-we come to the buirral of Uncle Sammy, and leave his grave with the quick-step procession, and turn our eyes to Hayes. There i. no reason that we have any knowledge of 'why we should look to President Hayes for succor, except that the look Lag is matter of compulsion-cannot be helped....

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. — 9 March 1877

MONRZtOE, LA., \IIRC|I 9. 1877. 0. B. Hamlet has been wlclomed back into the Packard Senate, and is regularly answering at roll call. Plauters report their places in tille condition, and many say they are fully one month ahead in work of last year. There was a black frost and slight freeze last night, but we do nut think the damage to vegetation will prove serious. Dr. T. Y. Aby has been appointed by Gov. Nicholls tax collector of this e an appointment we cordially See notice of lhit mule by Dr. Jos. IT. McCormick of Morehouse. We hope our readers will keeIp a look-out for the Doctor's mule. A dispatch from S. D. McEnery, EIq., now in New Orleans, was received )by Dr. Aby, Thursday, saying, "Letst assured the Nicholls government will be sustained." The Council has empowered the Mayor, as chief of police, to close Ihe entrance to any place of business on Sunday, which,in his discretion,should be closed. Parish Court has been in session the past week, Judge Slack (of the Nich oils gov...

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. — 9 March 1877

S : MISELLANEOUS. '--TO- $T4NVi G t There is no need for starving, as long as E. ~ mzE ai0m3aa kEL.3TA a" I On DeSiard street, has for sale plenty of eugOm tEu AWiD PIOVIURONS, -Suoh as Al COFFEE & SUGAR ; EXCELLENT SYRUP & MOLASSES ; SPLENDID CHEESE, MACAR')NI VERMICELLI; NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR IN ANY QUANTITY NEW SUGAR CURED HAMS (FIRST IN MA.RKET;) ... r O Pn.I, S~PICED PIG'S FEET OYSTERS, SARDTNES, POTTEI) OR DEVILED, MEIATS, LOBSTERIS, SALMON AND - a `.P. :rED CANNED I RUITS AND VEGETABLES; POTATOES AND ONIONS; CHOICE CAROLINA RICE ; WHITE BEANS AND ENGLISH PEAS; HOMINY AND GRITS; CRANBERRIES, RAISONS, CL'TRON AND CURRANTS; BLUE JELLIES AND PRESERVES ; DRIED FIGS; CRACKERS, CREAM BISCUITS AND CRACKNELS; TOYS, DOLLS AND A VARIETY OF NICE AND USEFUF ORNAMENTS ; Also a small assortment of Crockery and Shelf-Hardware, such as is mostly needed for general use. -0--- Come and see for yourselves, but do no: faitl to bring along the"apondullx," because I must have more ready money...

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