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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 20 April 1877

VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1877. NUMBER 82. S1EW TELEGRAFH: Publishet every Friday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. 4. wT . ShEac30L.AL EWX0, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBCRIPTION. One copy, one year,............................ $4,00 One copy, six onuths, .......................... 2,50 ADVANCE RATS: Onoe copy, one year, ....... ............. 3,00 One copy, six tmonths......... ..................,00 TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. AdvOrtisenlents will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents 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 poriods as follows: .NUM R sQ'Rii. 11 I..2 1In. I. f Ill. 121n. T'wO ................... 7 5O 12 15 2 30 'l'lree .................. 17 20 30 40 Four .................. 15 011 22 21 4 38 10 'i .................... I1 00 2 :3) 43 3 i4 'ln (-col.)..... ...) 45 55 75 100) 'itteen(jt-col.).... 15 00 40 75 100 140 Twenty-one(...

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. — 20 April 1877

*#-#xtChitaT lgiya . O W. .cOURAd IU. Uditor. j ------ ----- ----- - - - - MONROE, LA.. APRIL 20, 1877. Sl'~iWe desire to say to the Nicholls IEegNilid *, with the emphasis of a .-p.ent.r's-~lst5t' that its muembers have S.- q4 s as far toward a compromise as is prdantntzand decent. The column, Gov. Nicholls, had better halt. anti go into camp. Too mnuch ilaneuvering andl too :'udlh familiarity with the ecumy .I IaVO .tlnoratiacd aann!y at gallant :.tr y. .Let us camp in theo last ditch, St.i.~ene .l. One :wordi :about politics. "The i S-BetuAttt met the House to ballot for S Sendit'~r.':- :'There being no choice the .. netio withdrew." The Nicholls legis -. . latre ha torenally proposed a compr' : a:tuee to -Packard, which on Warmoth's "ahOtitn was unanimously rejected Wed Sneslaty mnd the Paeckardites resolved to , atand b y,l'-.ackarl to the last. The Com m n sion Isstill incubating in Now Or leAns, and had- not reached at de-eisiohn y'etestiy: Tle rabid Retpublicans of . 3i...

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. — 20 April 1877

MONROE, LA.. APRIL 21'. 1877. Read the advertisement of Morris floos. The Sprihg term of the District Court will begin next Monday with Judge Parsons on the bench, provided no change occurs in the political situation meanwhile. Hie has come-the deceitful oriole with his monotonous, beguiling song, and now, ladies, mlinn your pea vines, for theoriole can "daince the peat vine," and shell a poil of Ipens sooner than'the deftest. hand among you all. Our neighlbor, speaking of the hurn I ing of a dwelling Sunday night,to give s the reasonsl why the tire is believed to have been incendiary, begins by stating -,"As the iniates of the house were all absent," &c. And this from tnhe Offieia Organ! The frame-work of the Baptist church is up, with the exception of the tower, affording the beholder a very gooad idea of tihe beautiful proportions and pro tine appearance of the new build t. : complete. Mr. Nelson has:t anum her of hands hard at work :uan will push it to completion. Gov. Nicho...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 20 April 1877

MISCELLANEOUS. S0UACHITA FEMALEA ACADEMY, -MlONJOR, LA. The session of 1786', consisting of three r t rms, 18 weeks each, will commence SEPTEMBER 18, 1876. Taition inprimary courseper term.....$10 00 Spreparatory course...... 18 00 . . ", colleiate courae.......... 10 00 Contingent fee...................................1 00 EXTRA BRANCHES. .... " M dern Ia age each h .............. o00 Lssons ,on lano .......................... 16 00 ' in voeal music (in cls of 10 or more)... ........................................ 800 ,Ornamental branches.................3 to 16 00 Use of pian for practioe.................3 00 No cha rge for Ancient Languages. "....ea epenaes of a boarder per scaoaestic year in ti reulaesr course, 1180 00. Pupils charged from date of entrance to end of tertm.! Address, REv. J. LANE BORDEN, President July 7, 1876. ly. FU1RrITUVRE STORE, AND FURNITURE REPAIRING. The undersigned respeotflly informs the pnbiie that he has now on hand a well so "t " . b i.. & . er...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 27 April 1877

VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA FRIDAY, APRIL 27. 187. NUMBER 8. VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY. APRIL 27. 1877. NUM]BER A RAWUtauIi L$0uJUi E a nn5s. A law of March 17, 1859, first permit ted land subject to tidal overflow and "listed" to the State of Louisiana by the general government, to be sold at twenty-five cents per acre. This law was reproduced in the Revised Statutes of 1870, compiled by John Ray, as sec tion 2798. It was re-enacted, with sig nilcant modifications, by the third sec tion of an act of the Legislature of May 31, 1871, the thirteenth section of which repeals all laws inconsistent with it. Thefirst two lawas relative to such lands, passed In 1809 and 1870, required that lands intended to be sold as lands sub ject to tidal overflow should first be pa tented to the State and that the sales should be mad4e by the Register and Treasurer, who whas Zx rficio Treasurer of the Land Office. The amended act of May 81, 1871, designedly and for a reason which will pre...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 27 April 1877

ukac hitaR atWeaph. * W. U@3RANS3. WUter. MONROE. LA.. APRIL 27. 1877. iThe A6we bhas been, at length, re-ad 'sibstesT, anid the builders have accom plished the difficult task, after repeated failures, of putting the bottom rail on top.. Day before yesterdaya little after noon,, Gov. Nicholls, the other State iblclali, and the legislature, composed ofmpumbers of both bodies as they have iteedteidtered the State House and took brmal possession of that building and of the entire State. So, the long weary lnightRof Badical misrule in Louisiana has found a glorlous dawning, and the anxiouas mourners around the dying couch of Mr. Packard and his following may end their vigils and prepare for the profound slumber of which they are e:. s much in need. The cares and per plexities of ruling a perverse people Will, trouble them, If at all, in their "dreams alone.. Let us hope that they will accept the change with the same philosophieal resignation that the peo ple, do, and not refuse to parti...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 27 April 1877

f ONkRHOa taLeg2raph. MONROE, LA., APRIL 27. 1877. Talbot Stillman, Esq., has been ap pointed Clerk of the Supreme Court at this place, and is now in readiness to attend to the duties of the oftfice. Mr. Stillman is well qualified for the posi tion, and those having business with him will have no reason to complain of inattention or inefficiency. We transfer to our columns an article from the New Orleans Democrat and one from the Republican, both refer ing to the recent change in the State government. The attentive newspaper reader will be interested in a comparl son of the views of these two leading organs of opposing political parties. A special session of the Police Jury has been called by Mr.W. G. Kennedy, Prelsident, to meet on the 7th proximo, next Monday week. It will be an.im portant session of this body-the first respectable Police Jury for years-and we trust the members will realize the importance of the duties before them. The butchers continue to charge 10 cents per poun...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 27 April 1877

ab ROE, LA.. APRIL 27, 1877. splendli The spring has loss of brightness just be Every Yeir, when And the anew a gmtiler whitnes ily tcn o Evey YeaBr; Nordo sum er'ailowers qulcken, and nl Nor autumn'a fruitage thichen, of It et As they once did, fr we sickened Every Year. acutel, range It is grewing darker, colder, rha Every Year. AS the heart and .ou1 grow older, much '"Y Every Year. 1 are not now for dancing, Or f reve with pasion glanc ing, No. ILoveis less :andleaa entrancing, Every Year. Auth "~ai -Of the loveS and sorrows blended, p E very Year, > Of jojpsfroendehi ended, Of the tie. that still might bind me, v UntIl time to death resigned me, My infirmities remind me, " 'Evdty Year.f Oh! how sadto look before us, t Every Year. While the claoud groews darker oer , Every Year!; Wosen ,e'e tihe blossroms faded, Tbst'to bbomoi we might have aided, "Aiid Iriimmorti'sgarlllnds braided, vEry veryeTe ar.tenaen s * To the jstg mere dad faceus, Every Year. = To the past go more dead...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 4 May 1877

VOLUME XHI. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 4. 1877. , NUMBER 84. PACTEARDt'S ?AP EWRILL ADDRESS. EXcEUTIVE DEPARTMENT, ) State of Louisiana, New Orleans, April 25, 1877. ) 2b the ltepubteoans of Louisiana : On this day, the tllfteenth anniversary of the surrender of New Orleans to the forces of the United States, it becomes my duty to announce to you that the aid aid countenance of the National Government has been withdrawn from the Republicans of Louisiana, and that a government revolutionary in form is practically on the point of usurping control of aftirs in this State. I recall the circumstances of the last electoral campaign only to thank you for the fidelity to principle you then dis played.. The Republican party, as you know, entered upon the canvass united and stronger than before. It had en listed under its banners an influential class of native born citizens, of old Whig antecedents (who, to their honor be it said, still remain faithful to the principles they espoused and ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 4 May 1877

e w. a.som~waN. Eaiter. MONROE. LA.. MAY 4, 1877. COMMIE SI1P'S REPORT. fLu.llFt di i tr.of the Louisi atanaolk~boa il to the President. 'VA5enteW x, .April 2G.-The fol loWing is the report of the Louisiana Commismion aqbmittetl to the Presidtint Tuesday: a m:t 1Nuw OL WahNs, April 21, 1871. To tbePresideitnof the United states: s ia--- accordance with your:request ta'iw'nimliied have visited this city and .paesd the last sixteen days in as eartalaing the political situation in Lou islnai.endeavoring to bring about a peiefaouitidion of its dllficulties. In view Oftthe 'deelration inM the letter of tl~e'ee~i(hy'ofAttit, that we should ditoie-urlortsl to the end of securing the recognition ofea single Legislature as the depository of the representative will1 :f ·s people of Louislanaa;leaving ifaeeeseaMrytejudiolator other consti ttdiitlfatr itrarntent within the State, ttiw qstion' of ultimate right, and in view'O efyour"detefmninatiou to with rs.. tl troops to their barracks a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 4 May 1877

MION:OE, LA.. MAY 1, 1.77. tl Notice to the Publie. g An agreement has been entered into ii behtween the proprietors of the In telligellcer offtice an Mr. W. H. llayle, ti by which he has purchased the mate tial, presses, &c., Ilonlgilg to it. All t. :accounts for subscription and otlaerwi se y dute to this ofllco will he tollected by a nsonly. Mtr.a. llylelsiIunes oiability (I or responsibility on accountit of adver- fr tising contracts, or for snhlsriptionsa \ paid In advatnce, for whielt (we :irealoell|l it responsible,-lelligsentiers.p iThe material and presses ri'efrred to .t have been pulrclhased by the editor of t' the TEEhEGRAPII andt will becomre o : _part ol this tdlice. There will be nio change ill the uname of the payer; andtI nlone ill its t(lit'one policy. 4 rl" Itoepnh lieanu friends, howeveer, i-may t't'il m:t- shred thatt the TEI.Eu.mA ', itoiw thta' only paper in this city, will nilt f:til Ito Ft :ni.nri'd thea :a fair heairinag w o,'tn'4ver ti asked anltl al...

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 May 1877

rMON OH, LA.. MAY 4, 1877. -'8aOeOBTs FORr THE MONTH. "1,3 thiern CuOnltivator MSr May.]" ,algn tIs pw fairly opened grast, weets, baikhig suraces . and droullg t'ae -'airly -marshaled against thiS u#tgiqheu nst move right opWe T t s'st ,'Every day ,he hblit hlea sienemies entrench, and _^ x~tlitemsellves. But the itnpet " p~. uiltiue. t, ae te.mpered', with souid discretion and good judgment tifbe U'ois--that is, best adapted tý;g f,; ijo 'mauner in which theyaiaveh eea prepared, and to the immediate or indirect effects of the widltt t qt te leCted--the plough,. the:ahastd and the mule must be well ailted to each other, si that .n force,be lost, but every elick tell" to the very utms. ..heo workings now given jlY itell to those that are to fol low lnpther words, the Jarmer must lek -r ahead and unite all his o V :.t into a harmonious, com pietgM s . It is impossible to say heow mtueh of the available, working fords of the-world is lost by misdirec tfon and. JAperfect fitting ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 11 May 1877

VOLUME XI. MONROE, LOUISTi-AA_ FRIDAY, MAY 11. 1877. NUMBER 85. IDEA'II[ OF C(OL. JOHI N FO1iaY'l'IIE. I ('ol. Feorythe, the l'ctralll (editor of Ithe Mobile ]Regiter, died at Ilia resi dtreeo in mobile on the -'2nd. 'l'he A Ili hi-ilma Pre1"$ IJCOIv'letlfltln wVi:-it the' timle inl session, :unl p:tssed resolntions ' of respect to the memory of the deccan O1. Uponli the motion to adopt, ('ol. ('lallnbers, a member of the C'onven tion, palid the following cloquent tri bulltto the virtues of the gifted, g:lllant editor, :t perusal of which will interest tile 'reader and gisve ainl :an idea of what manuner of man the South hIrs lost : 3Mr. President-In rising to s.econd the resolutions which have just been read, I find it ditlicult to repress' lthoughts and ellotions which would not be appropriate to tile occasion, f'or while 1 Sllul't in tile (onllIlrno loss Vlwhich t1he Press of Alilmina tl:its su tahied, in the death of its llost tlintinguishied represenlltative, I have losIta fri...

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 May 1877

0. w. MCC--. 14oA lar. IMONROE. LA.. MAY 11, 187.7. EXTRA SESSION OF CONORESN POST- d PONEU. agox,.May 4.-It was deo claZ atua mgit[gg of the Va•binet to- [ day, that an extra session of Congress [ rendered desirable by the failure of the t last Oongre s to pass the arifly appro- t priation bilt, is not to be called to meet t in,Ja , , ,bt tin October 15th. This , change of theoriginal programme was *mae n caretul consideration of the t gewm dhipllanee with the almost una mous desire of the business com- i munity as well as of members of Con- t gress themselves, as far as they could be con~.dted, tlitat there should -be no se-op.f (gongres this summer if it could-be. avoided, and upon mature ingqity in all the circumstances of the case, It was ascertained that without any) mmediate appropriation of money, t thearnmycould be clothed and supplied I withl.l .4i pcessities, and that till the i 16th of October only one regular pay day.Ias to be.passed. It was also con sl4esdthat if Co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 11 May 1877

MONROE, LA.. MAY II. 1877. AMr. Steinan sets every day, from cleven o'clock to halt-past one, a very good hot lunch at his saloon. Visitors from the country will find the lunch a v'ry 'enjoyable "bite orfsonetling to "at.,, The case of small pox noticed by us two weeks ago has resulted in nothing nome scrious than the contraction of tlhe disease by one or two children and one man (:ull colored) in the same building. A very strict watch is kept on the siek by the city authorities, and no one feels any particunlar alarm. Prof. WVm. -. Scales of Ihillas,Texas, died of heart disease in that placeon the 10th ultimo. Prof. Scales was well known and highly esteemed in this State. He was a ripe scholar, a Cbria tion gentleman and a useful man. lie leaves a wife and only son, who have the sympathy of the many friends and admires of the deceased in this section. Judge Slack rendered a very able and exhaustive opinion in the matter of the succession ofJ. M. Harris,on last Monday. The late publ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 11 May 1877

AN M 11. 2877. "H OU1HT TO BE RICH. iety ._, slt.. liaeste in Presents SWar'eIlarsr aDing: IHis Terse of Offlee. j ths Washlngton-originating appar eatly zrom ao". pew -. tlend ofrtho ox ~ Pueia n-t-that (en. ramnt yet select Waihibg instead ofGalena;' and it Is iadded that - Gen. Grant,. Instead. Of binng wealtdy,. m* " If he is, the fet "a.-e"Ys.'tht'.h n-.thrift liMWt.ali d-'e4a.drtainly.had money " .-- tOr prty.. enougl--sinea his l lto p.b. i-on. to have m had presents  " eet i CH' y mlan, .ever o· 4; n~,e The house that swa:se b oim in Washbintoni , aboout we tlmo hs bieleetlon, "by his weitaliy tdmtinr, he inot long after wdttlod to his friend Bowen for $40, 000. Subsequently he, to use a coarse ut expressive colloquial phrase, on headogoltbatter Offer, ,"backed out" of tlit bargain, after It had all been: midae and legally completed, and 'again sold the property (now belong lng to pgQthq)r for 6.,$0,400. Bowen began legal proceedings against' the President of the Usn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 18 May 1877

VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1877. NUMBER 86. NEWNIS4 MACHINE PATENTS. What the Manufactors Say-Pat Iigh Prices the Result of Expensive Conspetition-Great Retduetions to be Made at Onue. [Correspondence of N. Y. Sun.] BIDIxGEPORT, Conn., May 7.-To morrow the combination sewing ma chines patents expire, anti in this city of factories there is great wonder and not at little apprehension as to what tbo efiet will be; not the ettfect in the market or in the demand for machines, hut in the daily wages of thousands who literally get their daily bread by I lheir daily labor in the great establish nients where the sewitig machines are inade. At the ofitce of \Vheeler & Wilson 1 learned that no final determination is reaolhd in respect of further reductions in rieee. One of the principals said: "There is a great deal of ituntcolnbe about reductions. The Singer lpeople do atnounlce a reducetion 'froml $6o to $)0, but they do not specify the partic uilar machine. If pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 18 May 1877

*na kit titg~a pb. . v 0. W. cOCWIIE. Uuitir. MONROE. LA., MAY 18, 1867. NO NEW PARTY NEEDED. The New York Nation disposes of the tUlk afouit the revival of a Whig party inuhig 'way: "There is already a new party In the country, which has been in existence since the close of the war,.wbish IS. the real reform paity ot the country, and holds the balance oS power in its hands. It is constantly growlngon~numbers, and will unques tionably.decide the next Presidentia. election. It is in favor of civil servict reform, of a sound currency, of the re duction:of taxation, tihe stoppage of all grants and subsldies, and of a tariff fot revenue only. To attempt to wheedle the Soath into a support of the Ad ministration on the basis of subsidies and a high tariff Is for the Republicans simple suicide, because it will perman ently alienate from them the support of which we speak-a support the strength of which has been already ser iously Impaired by the conduct of the late campaign. Nobody need ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 18 May 1877

MONROE, LA., MAY 18, 1877. REVELATIONS IN LOUISIANA. The following remarks are taken from the columns of the Cincinnatti Commercial: "Intimations are thrown out that members of the Louisiana Returning Board will talk if President Hayes does not recognize their preeminent services. Let them talk. The first principle of Hayes is that he is an honest man. He did not return him self to the Presidency. He is not indebted to any one who did or thinks he did return him. He was constitu tionally elected President, and took the office without mortgages on it." This sort of talk is frequent among the advocates of the Fraudulent Pres ident, but it avails him nothing. Hayes was not constitutionally elected President. The Constitution provides that the man shall be Presi dent- for whom a majority of the electors vote. "irayes had no such majority. His claims were based upon such frauds that his partisans (lid not dare to have them examined. He was declared to be elected by the so-called Electora...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 18 May 1877

. , .· I --,>t N . In E. D. P~rme's Aroun. WohW";, the llotitters' of Iie~tip 1 lif seuted in this coutn~ap Buddh.st missionary, C ing Fdo: c . I'lidiig fo'rmsn of religion in l Clin are Confacianiemn- Buddhism, and Taoism.. The tforger, which is º the faith of'lbe educated and influ. ential classes, is more a system of morals than a religion. ' It is found ed on the teachings of the great Chinese sage 'iho flourished about five :centuxat~e before the Christian era, wheS. reputed. writings con tail `Vast 'amount of practical wis dom add of purme morality. The Chiie~iowe mulnch to:Confucins, and they would be, at much better people if they 'followed his : precepts more closely. Blddisanm is an importation from Iliafif,' here It had its rise, and fromammhileh it 'passed 'over Eastern Asia to the adjacent islands. It is a mystic sort of religion, deal:s in in cantstiona and astrology, and, like spirit4eliaim, preteznd to intercourse with the depart.ed dead ; well as with ackno...

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