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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 16 March 1877

VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1877. N NUMBER 27. TlHE PRESIDENT'S DILEMMA. Feeble as the promises of Hayes are, they have been potent enough to excite the wrath and the resentment of the extremists, who will tolerate no terms that look to rest, quiet and the absence ofcontention. The demonstration of Blaine was preconcerted, after the fail ure of himself, MIorton, Cameron and others like them, to circumvent the Shermans, who hold Hayes in their grip and don't mean to release him. The work of disintegration has begun and must go on to the end, for there are three factions in the Republican party, who cannot live together in peace, and now that the Presidency is settled, can no longer contain their selfish rivalry. Aside from the policy which distracts the party, the composition of the Cab inet has also added to the discontent of all the recognized leaders. Not one of the men nominated has any real fol lowing, or excites the least sympathy among the rank and file. J...

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 March 1877

. ,. ,,.l ,6cA ." i .. MONROE. LA.. MARCH 18, 1877. it bthe 4#G verunment male t sop his. 4 i ,:lkep oi f _.uarender to the venerable rat of the lntelUigencer;, TFhe little mouse of fable was not half so poiweifl'ts this: gury old rat, self-iap ,, ,I.p tfr learsin the-cheepe of, oiial|1 printing. --With our little pencil we l y PyjPh~athe hole of this harmless old rodent, and we hear his squeals' Sitht'aitiesieet for this old rat's long c 'i anond gray beard, we must.insist uiijt l natural right to exterminate iln.°' `There is. a statute to punish theswhoarm cruel to animals, but we know of none forbidding, a_ furmer to kill depredators upon his corn crib. It is not strange that the Intelligen cer.should question our claim. to a fall shlyr of the City printing, since thai paper has subsisted upon infamous rmp Siopollee uand a systomatlie business rob bery. Its capacious stomach has not beens "satisfied with an excluslvq, diet of par lila, Statoandl City printing for years,. presc...

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 March 1877

VOLUME ,XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1877. NUMBER i8.j PINCH INTERVIEWED. Pinchback on Packard's Record and Powers for Good and Evil. fN. Y. Herald.1 Mr. P. B. 8. Pinchback, who is here and has had an interview lately with the President,was asked to-day concern ing a "card" which Mr. Packard re cently published in New Orleans about him, in which he said that he attached no importance to DMr. Pinchbeck's aitti tude towards him. ,"I see," said the Herald; reporter, ",that Mr. Packard is very severe on you." Mr. Pinchback-Packard's statement is gratuitously false, as he knows. Neither I nor the gentlemen named it connection with me have abandoned the Republican party. Ve have sim ply declined to be partners to the fraud by which Packard has attempted to foist himself into executive position. Reporter-WVas it through Packard's influence, as he insiuuates, that Messrs. Hunt, WVillamson and other native Louisianians wore brought into co operation with the Republican party? Mr...

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 March 1877

Q. W. IGORAl U, editsr. i MONROE. LA.. M4ERCH 28, 1877. Ithasbeen decided by the President tl '-a"tap cýinet.to send to Louisiana a t( degattha ý:h inaent citizens to de- it ,rte~mi#what' conuae the Administra- sI tion shall pursue in reference to exist- w ig itroubles here, and perhaps with an- ii thority to arrange a plan of adjustment betweei ihe conflicting claims of the S.tPt erainents. It Is not known what number of distinguished gentle -4Ai.'+vill"be sent to interview the peo i. pi. Lqulsiana, nor are we informed as W thel4tmes, or antecedents, any noem th-anas to the right of a few citi .sf.nrom. other States to determine wlat the'whole people of another State "'d6e. 'e pirefer not to speculate even as.tothis latest' phase of Mr. Hayes's Soitiliern policy," but a dim recoilec ":lddr.tie Wheeler compromise,and of •.he very questionable tittle by which S-Mr. Hayes acquired his office afford no :'iitraltep for mueh.hopo in the future. ,I tweshould venture to give shape...

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. — 30 March 1877

"+ ý k, t ý ýr ;, F1 .$t`'1' ; ýý ý~i\ iý ýty~t"ý ý 1ý1 y r r.> Aa l ý ý +gi.ýy4A wnýi ýa , ý ý,ý'' q^'W4 ý " v,: ýý S ý 1Fýýq D O -M " " `ý r S O JJ! Yý u ý,,. ,n ..f . r'' , K Ir 1Y IT agaain u1hs g attention to the series of - etSxtaineain to be "given aszxt w 'klirthe ipurposeof raising fund to defray certain necessary ex penseoferth et political campaign, we ought to state that the expenses in cuai adfwhich it is proposed to de ay are Ip main, billsdue to hotels, stables, laborers, &c., tand for whicli two or. three iudividuaisalone stand ,responsible. The whole parish was iu itprested at the time and was benefited, by the result. 'It is simply a duty the citisen owes to himself to aid in liqui da* ig these ,debts, and -the entertain, ments'proposed afford the opportunity and at the same time rare intellectual. enjoyments. The best musical and dramatic talent of this city has been enlisted, and ardently so, and there hearsals are frequent and thorough. Referring to t...

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. — 30 March 1877

-,Y ebi 1ý terrble Zblo Is:~ beep a t~i:rlý[ y `'ý~Q~l~~~ 'ciries k*Wlefta hes. tdpnO1iI soughte hou.e lyl3"t$Wrilk&~a several related . what bad Maipived -at Mr, Long's. Abbitt° 4y cý ^,iu, the saftenoon, the neighborsn aviegm bled, search was made h*aIlker,. and he`*"b~La '"dioiiad 'drt':i °tirri'i',ioltha small M 6k 'fed with proovions ready him fbr thisplace- to have him placed In thje ai. Wala~ked eonsk his gull and ' tead' aott'd "obirouht to Jail. Die maid that he eoauPifthd the crime ýA ,.ndtt:ic.^ .uef 4au: ht M itp:tt ., :pt,. , eo. º h o ptlnt a; . . tIUI s torni bgt wi -iu "ott woshi. oalmt Mr. )snfldhr= he  - emeot i f that itty, ent ti h jp et wl not' bent . ng tealO m)ttorn in , wth avdnehv, 'c ,< .ime-of~r . . On;e i Morshpproo r. &lenfelyadl he-ie .EeR ch e e Se. ".r stub 1 p 40.a is fl r ''ri`e wh"aat eal t e vr, t po ed aers Siltry~g laC coieatsOs!wmoratd . Atseatis . hs s'ed to 0e ýolr aft d " Ir. liperso of aVle tna lb nr e ,k l te e l* . ti t ai ...

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. — 6 April 1877

VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6. 1877. NUMBER 80. [Comomnunlicted.] MONROE AS A COTTON MARKET. The favorable location of our little city, being the eastern terminus of a railroad connecting with the Mississippi river and railroads to the Atlantic sea board and gulf of Mexico, and resting upon the banks of a navigable river, makes one of those interior points ad apted to the collection of cotton for sale to spinners and its preparation for sleap transit. We have a wide extent of country tributary to this point. It is the cen tre of a large circumference embracing mnillions of acres of fertHle, open lands, producing a bale of cotton to the acre, and capable every way of sustaining a very dense population. It lies on or ilear the 32d parallel of latitude north, the center of the cotton belt of the South, with every favorable condition to the growth of our great staple. With proper attention to the selection of seeds, our lands will grow the best cot ton, as well as the m...

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. — 6 April 1877

t. W. 29OeAIIU.*jIt f MiONROE. LA., I Rl 0, 1*-7. t The President, on the 8d, issued an ordee-for -the withdrawal of United I t, t the. capitol of South a~lls t. .the rooops, are to be with . drawn¶a .¶e4 . at 12 o'clock. Gen. Hampton, in Washingtpa at the tlsae the order was issued, signified to the Presidet~ : tis' approval in a letter, Spligsing hanself and his. friends to preserve ttic eace and to submit to the * gl 4 nalitonait tion of the State. In hisolerthe. President says: iti true, grave and serious disputes as to the rights of certain oipants to the. Chief lesutie oeaoe of that State, but the are i to'* sgeare and determined, L` tt'by 'the .PJe rgte, te United btes,. but by "" lY ,ai paee, imeuan..as. may the Conittion and- laws of te .' -feel" assurt that no resort to violence is contemplated- in any quarter, bat n the contrary, the disutes in ques tion areto be settled solely by suet. peace ful srem4diee as the laws of the State pro In the case of Louisiana the P...

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. — 13 April 1877

VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1877. LOUISIANA UCOlMISSION. hi NEW ORTI:ANs, April 9.-The Com mission sat three hours in the morn- e ing, with closed doors, the first oppor- t tunity it has seized for a full consulta- 0 tion. At one o'clock it received a del egation of about 25 gentlemen, with Mr. Black, President of the Cotton Ex change, at their head, representing the bankers, merchants and other business P men of the city. The Commission said to them that they had sought Lou isiana, but could not find it. They t found two Govern.rs, two Supreme 1 Courts, and an alleged dual Govern ment in all departments, but in fact,by f the acknowledgment of all parties, there is only one Legislature, though ' it meets in two halls. The moment i that Legislature meets as one body it will be the State of Louisiana, andt 0 while it is in session is the only pow(r ti in the State that can secure the inter- Ii vention of the army. If self-govern- s mont is desired and the withdraw...

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. — 13 April 1877

Q. W. monai w . I 4ser. MONROE. LA.. APRIL 13, 1877. Last Saturday was notable for two April mists. The cisterns are full to The river has risen about seven feet f since our Issue of last week, but there is still over twenty feet of bank to .spare. The rainy spell his set in. The ground is beaten down hard and close and the earth s thoroughly saturated :for the first time in ten months. -We are indebted to Mr. Frank Cau thorn for copies of the Dallas dailies containing full and spirited accounts of ...the recent grand carnival display In that city. Mr. J. M. Bennett, of Caldwell par ish, has our thanks for a large sack of G-erman millet. So soon as the weather clears up the seed will be sown, and a report made in duo time. We are Indebted to tie New Orleans Democrat for one credif, but we prefer the Democrat should quote us correctly. To have a bullet in the abdomen and our name spelled wrong in the Gaette 19 not the kind of fame we seek. We regret not being able, owing to the limi...

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