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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 4 June 1870

THE TELEGRAPH: POBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARl HI LA; G. , W. 4cC1RAN1E. EDITORAX. D PROJPE RI TOR Ternms of Subscription. The iollewlag rstee of subscriptonl will be rigidly adhered to in all oases - i)ne Copy, one year - - - - $3,00 t)ne copy, .ix months - - - 2,00 Single copies - - - 10 cents. Any person sending us five new casts subscribers, to the saloe post otlice, will be entitled to a copy oft ' a'iH TaLataoArH" gratis, for one year. Lg' Sabsoription price inw iablty in advance. •d Tariff of Advertising Rates. Advertisments will be inserted at One Dollar and *iftv Cents per square of one inch of space, or lesas, for thoe first, and: Seventy-fiv Cents for each subso gq0on insertion, for any time uuderene month. For eungrperiods as tllewaws Io. Of sqt:AlBs. lm 2 mos 3 Ino.s 'ins 12 mos o ............. 75 700 0 0 13 00 21) 0 Sµ............... 0S 1200 15 00 22 00 30 Ou thro. ... II 00 17 00 20 00 30 00 45 Ou or ................ 15 22 O 1t58 O 00 5u 0 Five ( ...

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. — 4 June 1870

4 4,18--, , 4 . ft, O .E&_ TIMES. ' sue incidental allusion o the New Orleans Times and its editor .in an article which apipeed in this .paper two weeks ago, is made the pretext for an abusive attack by that unscrupulous journal upon -the editor of the TELEGRAPH. lot  ealstone is made the object of the 'imes's abuse, but, with a ven om characteristic of the wounded viper, that paper assails the peo pie of Ouachita-arish for "their tolerance of MOranie," and says that 'they should hulnble them selves in -dust and ashes for the act of insane foly." That we have fallen under the displeasnre of the Times, is a mat ter dfno rgret with us. Its opin ion of our course-its praise or its censure-are alike to .us. matters ofiztlditerence. During the four and a-half years df the existence of the TLE1~icAH, it has been ous pleasure to conduct it, a fewi mnonths excepted, without an ex change with the Times. It was, therefore, only through the in strizmentality of a friend that the .rticl...

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. — 4 June 1870

Q~unacbita Qtltgrapij )IEONBOE, LA., JumI 4, 1870. TRAVRLP'o AGEWT.-Mr. Ja. C. Drew, genperal travellug agent, is autborszedto.ollbct ad ztcoiyt the payment or li claLms duu ths uimco. Exoursion Trip of Steamer Hampton. The strokes of the railroad watch man's bell denoting the early hour of five in the morning had scarcely died in the echoing distance on Monday, when the whistle of the Wade Hamp ton announced to our slumbering 4 - habitants her near approach to the Monroe wharf. Many bright little eyes, accustomed to a quiet morning nap, opened wide thereat to close b more that day and many a dream was suddenly interrupted the thread of which is gone for ever. The antici pation of a day's pleasure "banished sleep," and preparations at once began for the protnised excursion on theWade Hampton. Mr. Stokes. the mate, in a couple of hours, discharged with his cheerful crew the freight on board for Monroe, and thereupon the excursion Lets began to go on board. Our read ers know what Mon...

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. — 4 June 1870

ouacbita WEtegrapb :i, .: 4ý, JVNiu 4, 1870. - ExPrea fJobon21 and Family. The Kuooville (Tennessee) Chroni cle of Ma' 6 contains the following in reference to ex-President Andrew Johnson and his daughters: The ax-Prpsident has recently par chased the large brick block known in Greeneville as the Lowery Block. 'The purebase was wade for cash, at very low terms-probably not more than half of its real value. It is gen erally believed in Greeneville that he will se3testablisha bank. He has the means, and has been frequently urged' to do so for the convenience of the bus iness men of that and adjoining towns As it is now, they liave no bank near er than Knoxvilllaosd4they find it now almost impossible to do longer without one. iTle ex-President spends most• of his time in study. He writes a great deal, and it is generally supposed that he contemplates soon p.nblishinga book which hafl be a defense.of "my policy" and ills Administration. He has some visitors from a distance, and during ...

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 June 1870

TIlE TELEGRAPH: PUILISErD ZaERY SATURDAY AT Xgw&R9BZ JACIHITA . ARI.Ki LA; I , '©R .T ICS R© R 1E'l ,:)iOdORl A1D POnOPRiETOR S._.=._.---- c- ....----- Ternu of S~bserIptio0l. be following astee iM labsonptaes will bi algidly ahered to in all eaiae t O)ne copy, one year - - - - .8,00 Oue copy, six moniths - - - 2,00 lizgle copies - - - 10 conts. Any person sending na Are new cash subecribere, go tle samue post efiee, will be entitled to a copy et , ius TELEGOAPI" gratis, for one year. Subscription price inwarabty in advance. 3 Tariffr of Advertising Rates. Advert*niment will be insertdn at One Dollar and A.ft Censt per square of one inch of space, or less, Jr t lri irst, and . eveunty-fvis Cents for each sulme. ooeni inaertie. for any time undcronomonth. For eager period* as follows : 10. OF 9gUA3S. 1 I mot ino3 moa 6 moin It mos ------ ---- 75 700 900 3 020 00 One .. .. --1 ---00 15 00 2200 30 00 S............. I11 00 17 00 20 00 30 40 00 ur -·---·I--------- I5 22 2002 38 a0 ...

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 June 1870

T0r.L A., Juis 1, 170 ý & Ezhorts the ..'e aic ..' d,- 3c--. a. of. te editorof tli Morehouse Oon siervative thatheis "the great polit 'is*1) $ tb Louisiana." Ac cepting this as the popular theo atiat estimate placed upon our Morehouse-brother. we cannfot re tase to -make- answer to his ar '"i+l ihit of r C. M cCranie in last week's, Oonservatie, though the reply we shall make may forcee us tg .ppear, as coping with our friend. i. te-. character of Sir Or ale. a e)aaapter in which, we con f.ss1}~ the ,utset, be is perfectly inimitable. Bro. Daves will, ordi siary, by openi"g tis mouth--by which we mean the heading of his s~les--rise to a bight qf qlf a hncincy which other editors cannot reach upon a ladder of two -brvier eolumns. Thus, when he ,ihntsat the head of his leader the -~Fo "Our Object," the world ,.~;rdsitands clearly- what is re quiaed: "let no dog'bark!" •It was an observation of Junius, wlib t'thbuiH"ie stoodin theshade,'" yet delue . Whole .nations with i-gh...

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. — 11 June 1870

 nacIjita telegrapb MONROE, LA., Jvlu 11, 1870. OUNSMITrMINa.-See the card of Mr. 1 Geo. Koehler, who sells, repairs and 1 makes guns and pistols in Monroe.- t Mr. K. is master of his trade and will F not do any but a good job. CABBAGE.- Mr. Pitt Nelson has sent us a drnumhead cabbage the head whereof is fully 12 inqhes in diameter, the growth of this Spring and product E of his own garden. Many thanks. ACsc PTrBLE PassENvT.-The editor j is indebted to Mr. Lafayette Thompson. t of Jackson, and also to his young friend, S. W. Downs, two milee below Monroe, for a choice venison roast from each. Jl The dull'season has fairly set n In. Clerks have ample time now to u take stock and book-keepers to post e their 'books. The planters are closely , watching their crops and seldom come. a to town. Rrvaa.-There has been a rise of a vi few feet in the river above, which per- a mitted the Hampton and May Flower ft to reach Camden on their last trips.-- a There has been but little perceptible d...

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. — 11 June 1870

QT4bitac Utoitortapb A Man poiwithdi Eiiimployer's 1iia ldelrn anr Household Goods. Jacob Kimlen, an honest-looking .1 German keeps a lager beer saloon in. I the little town of Akron, Ohio, and is well to do in the way of wordly goods. Jacob is a married man; in fact he is about as much married as any man of his size that ever came under our no tice. His gentle frau, Amelia Katrina, is forty,.anything but fair, and tremen dously fat. In point of heft she leads Jake three to one. Jacob also basa two children, a girl and boy, aged res- . pectively ten and seven years. .Jacob also had a bar-keeper in .his employ, I Gustave Featherly, a rollocking soldier 1 about thirty years of age, who has traveled all over the world. Until re- 4 cently everything went smoothly in I Jasob's household. On Monday last he left home on business, and when he t returned Se found his wife, A. Katrina, hisIwo children, his bar-keeper, and I all the household effects missing. A I note from theerring wife infor...

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. — 18 June 1870

.THE TELEGRAPH:' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT IYvinR E, OUACH!ITA PARIA lH LA; Gam. 'W. akcCRAoN'IEC, -Er OCF) AND.P3RGPRETOP. rerina of Subscription. T, ye following rates of subscription will be rigidly .adhered to In all cases : o.ne copy, one year - - - - $8,00 One copy, six months - - - 2,00 iainsile copies -- - 10 cents. Any person sending us awe new oash subscribers, so the seime post ofilee, will be entitled to a copy of * ~. TaILsonAPi" gratis, for one year. gy' Subseription price inwarabNl.v in advance. .A TariffofAdvertising Rates. Advsrtisments will be inserted at One Dollar an lAvy Cents per square of one ie)h of pace, or less, or the first. and Seventy-flvo Cents four each subs. quent insertion, for any time underonomnonth. F'or ,nger periods as follows -: no. OP SQUA eSs. mIi mn me 3 meos os ................. 7 0 9 00 13 00 2000 e.............i 7 12 00 150022 00 30 00 Three.............. 00 Iol 1700 40 00 30 00 4000 r5 00 2200 200 1800 5e00 vor . Colu.mn.).... 18 00l ...

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. — 18 June 1870

MONROE, : LA., Ji iE 18, 1870. LET0i9 REBASON TETHEE. There are certain practical qges tions, connected with the attempt to break up .the. Democratic party inthis-State and to form out of the scattered mass a new party with avowedly similar purposes in view, which no reflecting mind will over-look in the endeavor to si3r'Ve 't a ~safe 'conciusion as to the necessity or sound policy of such proposed movement. Let us briefly notice some of these'. qgestions. It will be conceded, we presume, that no more complete organiza tion can be formed than that of the Democratic party, and that no new party can be formed, .with any. prospect of uniting the peo ple, which will adopt a platform .of principles distasteful to the masses. Viewing then the prop osition to form a new party in its ultimate Dearing upon the people, what is to be gained by destroy ing a complete party organization, already approved of by. the peo ple, and erecting upon its ruins a new organization, having the same creed 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. — 18 June 1870

Q3nactjita ertlgrapij MONROE, LA., JUNE 18, 1870. POLIT ICAL. T HE members of the Demnocratic Execntive Committee of Ouacliita Parish are requested to meet at the office of J. & S. D. McEnery in the town of blonroe, on Monday, 20th inst., for the purpose of enacting measures for the more thorough organization of the Democratic Parly in this Parish. By order JOHN McENERY, Chairman Dem. Ex. Com. of the Parish of Ouachita. "'- Reports, from both hills and n swamp show a flattering prospect for e good corn and cotton crops. The weather has been showery, with warm h days and pleasant nights. - ]fry The river is falling at the rate ' of nearly an inch to the hour. The regular packets will no doubt cease 8 running to Monroe by the 1st proximo. n Orders should go forward at once. " STOVES, TINWARE, &c.-Parties in b need of any article in the stove or tin line, will find Mr. Thos. Naughton, on Grand Street, just the mar. to supply A their wants. He is also supplied with assorted'siz...

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. — 18 June 1870

nuacbijta stLegrapej -e rj a., JUNEo 18, 1870. DFUT OF-DIOKENS. LONDoi*' June 10.-The Globe, in its-editid of fast evening, startled the community with the announcement that Charles Dickens had been seized with paralysis, and was lying insensible at his residence at Gadshill, near Roches ter, in Kent. The news spread rapidly, creating the most profound regret, but the worst is still to come. Telegrams have been received which announce the death of the great novelist at a quarter to six this even ing. Mr. Dickens was at dinner on Wed nesday, when he was seized with the fit. Dr. Stule, of the village of Stroud, who- was in former years the family :]Shysician of Mr., Dickens, was imme diately called in and remained until nearly midnight. The condition of the patient becom ing worse and worse, it was deemed advisable tb:summon physicians from London,-and telegrams were promptly dispatched, and this morning several Londob physicians arrived at Gadshill. A-cosaittation was held, and the...

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. — 25 June 1870

THE TELEGRtAkH: POUBLWEDb iaVlTY ATUrDAY AT MONROE, OACIMIITA PARI- LA; Terms of Subscription. The foUiwLa oteaeof aubsoptaem will be rigidly adhered to uln anee ~t ciao copy, oae yea6r - - - - 8,OC )>rse copy, six manonth - - - ,00 (inigle copies - - - 10 cent". Any person sending a rfve neow ceh unbscriber, t the same post ofice, will be entitled to a copy o. '' as TLntsuAri" gratls, for one year. uP ubseriptien price invariably in advanee. . Tariffof Advertising Rates. fdvertisments will be inserted at One Dollar and ity Cents per equare orf one Inch of space. or ]e.s, for the first, and S eventy-fveCeots four each suba-. qunt inertiuon. for anuy time underono;montb. For unger periods as follows I no OF -- L'sUS. I ,mon-Ss3 mo 6 tmoos 2 mo, On ............... 3 7 700 90 0 00| 2o 0oca O. . . .750 12 100 15 04) 2200 3000 Three .............. 11 00 17 0 I 0 00 30 00 40 00 Pour ............ .. .5 00 s Go 2Ol 3e8 00o 50 00 Fiye (l Olmuu.).... 18 00 2' 0t' 50 00 42 50J n 0o CTe ( ...

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. — 25 June 1870

Ouachita TI*-graph. 1 _ ritM dit w , MO4J OR, LA.r. Ju~i. 25,- JEU. The Police Jury- of Franklin parish has approprjIted $2,50%0 to bridge Turkey iCreek and to levee the "ilntermoliate" swamp. This remiiids us that the people of tbig parish ishould begiu'to agitate tie bu 4gjM.OQ,.ggo wa~ga andl ,oot   ~oss lthm ,.g+C,, in colfnection with the railroad bridge, he bttuilding of wWA lYi We are-santitfed. will be comme.cwed atr.no very distant.daY: The ftb solute nitecessity for' nch abbridge is so apparent that nO o'noe (ai dloubt- -it will be built, at some time, sooner- or later. The sound policy of preparing to build it now, it iapleaurs to us, niust be equally as apparent. Its construe tion,it .the same time with the railroadt -bridge, will materially lessen lie'cost ,of building at anyy other time, aict will also iinstre its r pid complqltion. The enter prise, in --this way, will have the aid ef the best engineering skill andm the -advantage of securing buifditng material muc...

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. — 25 June 1870

qunadjita ~ttet rap Ii ·Slo2rEfl,I4a.,JL~n 2Z0 1S70. Mass Meeting in Oiuachita. At a meeting of the Democratic Executive Coapunittee for the Parish 9f Ouachita, held in the tewn of Monroe, on Monday, 20thl inst., on motion, the following resolution was usiolmonsly adopted: Resolaed, That the .citizens of Ouachlita parish, without distinction of color, and irre spective of former party differences, and who are opposed to the Radical party, and who desire to act with the lDemocratic piarty, are respectfully and earnestly invited to convene in Mass Meeting, in the town of Monroe, on SATURDAY, THE 9Tr'DAY OF JULY next, for the purpose of an expression of opin Ionon the political topics, of the day, and for the further purpose of iniating measures for the more thorough organization of the Demo cratic party in this Parish. By order of the Democratic Executive Committee of Onachita Parish. JOHN McENERY, June 20, 1870. Chairman. CHOICE APPLES.-We are indebted {o Master R. W. McClendon for a...

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. — 25 June 1870

D.ON8, LA., JuY .I18, 1870. A 'Terrible Poesi443tory. The New Orla rns 6 espoendent of tle 1sqi.4na Da6mocht punimunicates the following to that p.ppet: Some o our readers may remember' a tale of scandal that.formed the. sub jeet. of puiblio ct.nversation for a timn about two years sine in which a mer chant of this city natnmed Bear', endeav ored to-shoot the sonu of another well kngwo -citizen, for alleged Intimacy with his wife. A long conti oversy en sued, :or'mination and r+erimieation, which ended in Mrs. Bears going to N1ew York to live. Bears was a Sen ator oif this State, elected either on the Democratic ticket or by the influence of t~at party. Afttr the departure of Iria wife  ers "took up with" Battle Hamfthoi,' woman of the town and at that time keeper of an "aristocratic" bagnio on Basin, between.-Canal and (Coomon .Stipets. Bears .Was a tall, commanding ,lgtree handsome manly face, wad agreeable.jn manners, aind his connection with this woman was not only a matter...

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 July 1870

THE TELEGRAPH: PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT MOIiROE, OUACIIITA PARISH LA; co. W. MooaNLNI, EDITOR AAiTD_ PROPRIETOR I.__-- --- ... . ,. Ternns of Subscription. , The following rates of subscrinption will be rigidly adhered to In all case : One copy. one year- - - - $800 One copy, six montha - - - 1,00 (Lingle copies - . - 10 cents. Any person sending us five new eash subscribers, to the same post eftlce, will be entitled to a copy of "' 'Y TELEGRIAPH" gratis, for one year. ga Subscription price invaroabMy in advance. . TariffofAdvertising Rates. - Advortisments will be inserted at One Dollar and Fifty Cents por square of one inch of space, or less, for tre first, and Seventy-five Cents for each subse quent insertion, for any time mnderonelmonth. For pager periods as follows: No. or SQcAnRs. I moe 2 mos 3 mose 6 mos 12 mos ................ - -5 7 00 900 13 00 200 Pe.......... ... 7 50 10 2 006 S0 30 00 oiveo (1 golumn.)... is e00 26 00 50 00 42 50 60 00 Ten (j Column )... 30 00 45 0...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 2 July 1870

OUsacnita ýegraph. c-*. w. ~a R r- •. -it ". toNROe: LAk., Jvmr 2, 1870. TH PARTY OFThOGREB8S." Republican writers and speakers are in the habit of lauding their Saty. beceauie, .as they say, it is pre-eminently the arty of prog ress. T ' sustain this assertion, it is deemed amply sufficient by those making it, to point the coun t ry- =f- the- enfirachisemert and complete-political freedom and soeer~ignrty of the - Southern blacks, and to.the contemporane ous -political. - enslavement of the Southern whites. This, in addition to high : rotective taiiffs; heavy internal revenue taxes, toadyism to'foreign pO\vers,. corruption in ve.i'igtions, etc., is- what the Re publicans call progress. Newspaper readers are faniliar with the -fict that there exists to day on the island of Cuba, a no ble band of patriots wN are strug gling against the most inhrmian oppression on earth, and that, though few and miserably provid ed with the mun.itions of. wax and sinews of government, they have...

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. — 2 July 1870

Quacljita Ltcgtrap.j MONROE, LA., JULY 2, 1870. Mass Meeting in Ouachita, At a meeting of the Democratic Executive Committee for the Parish of Ouachita, held in the town of Monroe, on Monday, 20th inst., on motion, the followirg resolution was unanimously adopted: Resolved, That the citizens of Ouschita parish, without distinction of color, and irre spective of former party differences, and who are opposa'd to the Radical party, and who desire to act with the Democratic. party, are respectfully and earnestly invited to convene in Mass Meeting, in the town of Monroe, on SATURDAY, THE 9TH DAY OF JULY next, for the purpose of an expression of opin ion on the pnlitical topics of the day, and for the further purpose of iniating measures for the more thorougch organization of the Demo cratic party in this Parish. By order of the Democratic Executive Committee of Ouachita Parish. JOHN McENERY, June 20, 1870. Chairman. WESTE'rN MAIL.-The Shreveport mail leaves now every Monday, Wed nesday ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 2 July 1870

MONROf, LA., JULY 2, 1870. The p ker laid before the House the credentials' of B. F. Whittempre, member elect from South Carolina. Logan objected to swearing him in. Farnsworth-suggested that the case be referred to the Committee on elections. Logan did not want the case to go to the committee. This individal had disgraced himself, and the journal of the House so expressed it, and it was a question for the House to decide for itself. Farnsworth insisted. that it, ought to go the committee. Logan said he -did not wish it to go to the committee to be picked until after Congress adjourned, but wanted the question settled now. The election was not contested, the only question being whether the House would admit him. Farnsworth could not see how the House could act without a report to go upon when there was no official record. Logan said to refer it was to treat the case with more consideration than it deserved. The House was fa miliar with all the facts, and it was more a question wheth...

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