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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 25 May 1877

VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1877. NUMBER $7. THE HEBREIWS. Thie following discourse was deliver ed in Louisville by the Rev. J. L. Bur rows, D. D.: TS'xT: "'I will sift the house of Israel among all nations like corn is sifted in a sieve, yet shall not the least grain fall to the earth."-Amos ix., C. From w lich of the races of mankind that existed one thousand years ago have you descended? How far back can you trace your genealogy? I do not mean in direct family line, but by tribe or nation? Were your ancestors a thousand years ago Saxons, Goths, Ito mans, Gauls, Greeks,Irish, Scotch,Ger mans, Scandinavians or Poles? To what nation or tribe did they belong.? Except in a very general way of refer ence to some one of the few grani di visions of the human race, you cannot tell. If by some chemical or mnicrospi ctl analysis the blood corpuscles in your veins could bedistinguished, and the descut of them traced back through five hundred years, they might furnish proof...

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 May 1877

G. w. maca oaa . ait.- - MONROE. LA., MAY THE WAR TRE. Our folip'. anee has ceased to Pe tot efable. 'jp to this time we have maIn .tTrict silence in respect to the war bet.een Bussia and Turkey, but the elamor of our readers, to say nothing of the Iimmenise inteiests at stake, demand that we should reach forth our editorial paws and fake'a tdeelsive part,as Junius once expressed it, In the pending strug gle. We ought to be competent to say something important and to act with decision, because we have been study ing the war maps, the letters of hun gry Bohemians, have (as we promised) engaged the fiercest street-corner brign tiera and attacked the sidewalk day after day and up one side and down the other. It iq but natural that we should have an opinion, and it would IM very unnatural for us not to express it, especially at a crisis when the inter ests of America and of North Louisiana are so deeply involved. But, to confess the truth, we are met at the threshold wilth the serious...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 25 May 1877

MONIHO , LA., MAY .i. 1.77. OURt JOB O"FICE. This office is now stlppliod with a variety of ji.o type, sta.tionery. iresos and other tulmarial not equalled by any country olfice in the State. e hav:te live presses kept ready for daily ewo, an assortmelllnt of job type which could not he pnrchuaed at the foundry for twice the coat of ait ordilnary country office, stationery of all kinds, and workman who are skilled and have it cor root taste. Our lprices fir job work have beeHn redned to figures to snit the tillia anall to omnnltalld the pitronage even of I hose who have hitherto Ctsought threign otlices to execute their work. -herilft., clerks, merchants and othellrs within reach of Monroe lby hack, river, rail ir ot.herwise are roquested to give this ofice a trial. WVe make a specinalty of legal Ilalnks of every dtescription, and will supply ottllials with the best of work at L li nhmlot reasonable prices. We acknowledge the receipt of an invitation to atteend a supper givenl by...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 25 May 1877

MONROJ, LA., MAY 25. 1877. ON TO MEXICO. The I'xeparatioas Made, by theFilibus ters to Invade Mexico--Ample Pro visioas for All oContinUgeees. Assured 5uccesp of the Expedition. [New York Herald.] WVASHING¶Oxi, May 12.:-A good deal of excitement has been created in Washington tblsght' by the disclosure of a plot for the invasion of Mexico by an American fliibtustering expedition in the interest of its retugee President, einor L eedo.-' Whispersof such an enL terpriae .werer berd several days ago but 'they were not regarded as more than rumors started by some of the ever lit "gssip jfiwtois of the fiake. This .,afterno9,, however, the report assumed a tangible and more subetan. tial shtpe, and 1enpugh has, transpired of the facts to' ndicate the existence of a formidable conspiracy on the part of a legion of American free lances to cross the border and raise the standard of Lerdo.... Of course, the project is coupled with all sorts of statements and conjectures as to the alleged sec...

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

OLUE XII. ONROE LOUISIANA FRIDAY JUNE 1 1877. VOLUME XLI. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 1. 1877.. . . ':: INUMWBERt' S8. A VISIT TO GOY. NICIIHOLS. [Correspoudence Courier-.Jouruil.] NEw ORLEANS, May 12, 1877.-Your correspondent has not the slightest dis position to make a political raid into the aftiirs of Louisiana, but a little more than mere curiosity prompted me, in company with the Rev. ir. Bagley, of Trenton, Ky., to pay our respects to his reigning excellency, Gov. Nicholls. His office is in the old St. Louis Hotel, now used as a State house. Hard by the closed door of the Gov ernor's officesat a heavy-set colored in dividual, who seei~ed to be doing the honors of admission. As he politely invited us in, assuring us that the Gov ernor would be in in a few minutes, it was easy to detect in his mantler some gratitlcation that gentlemen front Ken tucky should 'call to see the Governor. On entering the office we were shown a solid, sensible looking gentleman, who, upon mutual ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 1 June 1877

0. W. McCUANWI. te MONROE, LA.. JUNE 1, .877. INYV3TI0&'!.I9g A' iER THE CHANGE For there is noihiwg govredr.,that shall not ble rveale ; 'neiltl-er hid, that shilt not be known.- -.. Lkse, chap. x, Nr 2. : " An investigation'ls going en Into the aflhirs-bookis, enitles, dh,1--of the State Land Office, of. which Col. John Ray was Register.- The-lnvestigation is by a legislative .committee. The New Orleans papers give .as " no clear idea ot what is likely to be :brought to light, but Linto strongly that there has been some very curious transactions in the ii the affafra of the office, asld promilee to-kedip the: public posted 19. re(erence: to expected dis closures. We know nothing of the State Land office; but: it would 'be something worthy of special wonder if, upon in vistigation, thpre should be found a single State office, heretofore held by Republicans, in which the general sys tem of plundbr has been accounted an offense. i It has been a loose, devil-may care game, prediea...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 1 June 1877

MONROE, LA.. JUNE 1, 1877. OUR JOB OFFICE. This office is now supplied with a variety of job type, stationery, presses and other materisl'not equated by any country ollice in the State. We have live presses kept ready for daily use, an assortument of job type which could not be purchased at the foundry for twioe the cost of an ordinary country office, stationery of all kinds, and workmen who are skilled and have a cor redt taste. Our prices for job work have been reduced to figures to suit tihe times and to comummand the patronage evenl of those who have hitherto sought foreign o oea to execute their work. *'leriffs, clerks, merchants and otlher. within reach of Monroe by hack, river, rail or otherwie are requeated to give this office a trial. We make a specialty of legal blanks of every description, and will supply officals with the lest of work at the most reasonable prices. The Police Jury meets next Mon day. . " _ r Nothing speaks so well for a city as good sidewalks, or pleases...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 1 June 1877

MONP'OE, LA.. JUNE 1. 1877. THE L4AT SIEGE OF IBURALTAR. [Harper's Magazino for .Tune.] The most ~paopprrble, in some ro spects, of all the fourteen sieges to which Gibr.lac has b.ce subjected was the last, called the "great siege," one of tl . ~ligbiy,, 4trUgglet qof, history, which began in the year 1779. The fa .,pipi Geq. Etliqtt wiY epWtarpenJer of the fortress. Spain, in alliance with Franp~, ldr4 D ,qrpeoo, tde vored to surprise Gibraltar; but a Swedish ship gave G(llpbbtsp alarm.- ;,yie garrison comprised but five companies of artil lery, and glp qiq,1'f9e was less thin five thousasd rlvo hundred men. The enemy's foyee w" ,1p4gQO.q tlha siege was commenced by the blockading of Sthe port, and a .aga, wa4 formed #t" San IRoque with the design of starvinig out the garrison. ,V .fr ,thegIga Aih tiovernorresolvet' to open fire upon his besiege, Ac a ly in %grsoan Ifri the erst shot. Never did a siegeof w r rage more furiously than (lid this for neary,, earjc e ypsr. TiWiwt+...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 8 June 1877

VOLUME XII. MONROE. LOUISIAN: FRIDAY, JUNE 8. 1877. NUMBER 899 JAMES C. FLOWOS FORTUNE. The Story of a Californma Millionaire'". Wealth, as Told by Himselfl [From the Evening Post.] SAn FRAsNseco, May 18.--John A. Butter was indeed the hero of a revolu tion Inr the history of civilization. The lit.4tscovererof the gold at the ,"Mill Race" is still living, and his is an ex ample of the fate of those who, in add ing to the wealth of nations, have im poverished themselves. He has still his dnandited claims before the Govern uleij frorsupplies furnished the army in these early days when by his means the Infant settlement was preserved from the depredations of the Indians. It is now only twenty-nine years since Butter's men brought him a hatidful of glittering sand found in the mill sluice, andfrom that day to the close of 1878 the prdnuct of gold and silver has been Si,,00,000 in this State alone ! It Is a common mistake to suppose that this production is regularly increasing. Farmie it...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 8 June 1877

'ONROE. LA.. . V..  xDe oa TUiw .ocac. J" ,-biAWihd zington Union oanrlts &*"n-t- Mse-'tme --WKttltt e' aPovppgtyp o -.fo-n.tto let Hayes be -counted in, an editp..aL appred o ,tom, jotrniwhich i we,received with 6neeelii~ t the ,e pft which ne'erte 4 thdtight proper to lay aste !to-wait the futurae We repub Half ,ch9al tits plpphecy.: : *The purpose of the Radieals is plain, and their llne of 'politics is, perfectly natural.: -It Is to 'divide and conquer.' It it to split the Southern 'vote-the white Democratic vote of the South. Heretofore their main reliance has been upon. the: .undivided 1negro vote. And the way they expect, to accom plish this is by winiing over to the support of the Radical party a sufficient number of theiSouthern Democrats to constitute, with 'the' negroes, a major ity in the .different States. Of course all such o)mbination imuplys a quid pro quo-a cousid'eration." The movement in this direction has proceeded slowly but surely, until we Aind in vari...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 8 June 1877

*uaahita et grayph. MONROE, LA., JUNE 8, 1877. OUR JOB OFFICE. This offoae is now supplied with a variety of job type, stationery, presmes and other material not equaled by any country office in the State. We have five presses kept ready for dally use, an assortment of job type which could not be purchased at the foundry. for twice the coat of an ordinary country office, stationery of all kinds, and workmen who are skilled and have a cor rect taste. Our prices for job work have been- reduced to figures to suit the times and to command the patronage even of those who 'have hitherto sought foreign betles to execute their work. Shdrifb, clerks, merchants and others withln reach of Monroe by hack, river, rail or otherwise are requested to give this office a trial. We make a specialty of legal blanks of every description, and will supply 98oilala with the beet of work at the most reasonable prices. Mr. T. J.' Magham, editor of the Rlehland Beacon, was in town last Week, and paid us a cal...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 8 June 1877

aMONROE, LA. JUNE 8. 187.. r TiE POLES AND THE CZAR. The Constantinople Central Commit tee of Polish engrants has issued the following appeal : To our brocidn bltsesed'it banishment over the whole·world: STh a a-our .land for eenturles,who has dismembered It and wasted it with ,rre-iand sword, who deprived us of our property, nationality, freedom, re lgionn: apd even our pnother tongue, presumes, under the hypocritical mask of a obhamptin of the Christians, to un fold his war standard, and to send his savage hordest against Turkey, ourally in the time ol our independence, and our .apagnanimous protector in the time of our exile--against Turkey,wha alone of. A1 the powers has refused tc the present day to recognise the parti. t.. of ,Poland., ,Shall .we. remalatnu concerned spectators In this struggle between.-:despotism and constitutional listitutlons, the very despotism which destroyed our constitution of the 3d o May, which would have reinvigorated Poland ? No, our place is o...

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. — 15 June 1877

VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 15. 1877. NUMBER 40. THE TRUTh ABOUT GURANT. Facts to which the Glamour of F.uro peas Flankyisim Cannot Blind Americans. [Froma the Indianapolis Sentinel.] The reception, that European snobs and fools may extend to Grant is not a matter about whieh Americans posses sed of a thimbleful of brains need care a baubee, and it is only when flunky journalism on this side of the water at tempts to make it appear that the re cipient of aristocratic and royal favor merits thedistinetion, and that it gives the titled. fools who bestow it a warmer place in the regards of Americans, that the subject is entitled to any consider ation whatever. The send off-that Grant received at Philadelphia was in no sense a tribute of respect to him as a man, a soldier, or as ex-President. The affair was deliberately gotten up by the Don Camerons of Pennsylvania as an insult to Hayes. It was intended to say. ",We prefer Grant, the despot, the sot, the bribe taker, the...

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 June 1877

G. W. =sOcum"U. ·r-. MON~RE. LA.. J 18Th' t " UlTED WE STAND." It 19ýs jto.e, that, while hi'ere is but lttie doing, tl}us far, by any united action, ' tbring good citi zens. ato this.$tette l6rObis no "i~ua tidoof aopd:e ple; oup it, .d-:.no tale ven, of ,good people hunting lbomes fn some other gountry. .stead of ting', 'as we -buid receintly id,1 men who were anous to sell their old homesteads anal to' part with fami liar tite "andl venerated 'spots, and set out onithe weary tramp in search-of a a country where they could be freed of the miseries of misrule, no matter how ungracious'it might be in the bestowal of fruits for: labor given; we' now find I the same men contented, and. more in- I flexiply oppoeed' o removal than they were but so lately resolute in carrying it into effect.: They have left off re grets that it :was imqpossible for them to I getaway, and.counsel to those to leave who could; for.whieh have been sub stituted congratulations all 'round that they are still'...

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. — 15 June 1877

MONROE, LA.. JUNE 15. 1877. OUR JOB OFFICE. This office is now supplied with a variety of job type, stationery, presses and other mlaterial not equaled by any country oflioe in the State. We have five presses kept ready for daily use, an assortment of job type which could not be purchased at the foundry for twice the cost of an ordinary country office, stationery of all kinds, and workmen who are skilled and have a cor rect taste. Our prices for job work have been reduced to figures to suit the times and to command the patronage even of those who have hitherto sought foreign olices to execute their work. Sheriffs, clerks, nterchants and others within reach of Monroe by hack, river, rail or otherwise are requested to give this office a trial. We make a specialty of legal blanks of every description, and will supply officials with the best of work at the most reasonable prices. The members of Pelican Fire Co. No. 3, hold their regular meeting to night at the Opera House. The recent r...

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. — 15 June 1877

unachita gds . Wht What HRow m MONROE, LA., JUNE 15, 1877. the ymol mother CAPRICES OF THE NILE. " stehed large, in The Nile, apis, wellknpown, annual- probab ly overflows its banks'and deluges a sqUird considerfble o patn of Lowes EgYPl such work n overflowing giving periodical fertiliy to its two thesoil, Theepfoodolrvng, howeverre Blankt by no means uniform in character. .tkiey Sometimes :the floodinogt .an large, the' sometimes disappointingly small. Nor s do they atlys take plaee at the same cbridn period of the year. Occasionally they breaki are late and tardy ,n their rising and the ti falling. When the river rises well it is ad .a callei :'A ;ood Nile;'" when lnesu. brood. cient in volume, it is called "A bad Whi Nile;" just a, wp g ep p . of'a.: good and .wi4i bad season. These caprices in the rise y of. 14 Nle, . .bve., ;tppea to b. s9 flesh'S mysterious that certain astronomers tn t are lnclined to tacOe.5QLne qonnection beauti between them and the absence or re- the ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 29 June 1877

VOU e m ett WFDegm41b. VOLUME XII. MONROE. LOUISIANA, FRIDAY. JUNE 29, 1877. NUMBER 42. m a m m m mm __ " '' ' i : ·,i " ..... . ...- . . . i A VERY BRILLIANT EXPLOIOT. The Blowing up ofa Turkish Monitor by the Rtussinas-Thrillting Scene of Excitement and Danger-The Terrible Destruction Wrought by Two Torpeoes-Escape of the Assailants. [Front the London News.] Piolesti, May 31.-The destruction, of a Turkish monitor the other night by torpedoes seems to have been a most brillaut and daring exploit. Two steam launches, with a handful of men, steamed boldly into the midst of the Turkish flotilla, placed two torpedoes under one of the monitors, and succeed ed in blowing it up and completely destroying it. The little expedition which succeeded in blowing up tihe Turkish monitor was composed of four smnall steam launches, two of which were to make the attack, and the two others to hold themselves in readiness to render assistance in case, as was probable, of an accident to either of the a...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 29 June 1877

o. W. MRoeunr r. MONROE. IA., J T1E SUPIREEI COURT. T ew newa ,~C* e tUotrt of this State will hold itAlst .term at Monroe be-. ginning ,ext Monday. The Chief Justice is Thomas C. Manning, of Rapides, a lawyer who has had many years extensive and lucrative practice In Louisiana, a gentleman of elegant manners and splendid appearance, and who, whether in the Court, on the roestrum or in the intimacy of private friendship, has' earned the esteem and respect of all who know him. He is learned, just, manly, and, what law yers most like, devoted to the law. He has always been a good and in "flexible Democrat, but never a par tisan. Associate Justlce Marr is in all the leading traits of charaeter and training required for a Judge not the inferior of Judge Manning. They are both hard working, patient, well-read lawyers, and both devoted to their professions. There is a difference in temperament and physical make-up. Manning is deliberate and hefty; Marr is quick and active as a cat. Manni...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 29 June 1877

ii st cw t ls xst.v  . MONROE, LA.. .TUNE 29. 1877. OUIt JOB OIPFICE. This ottie ins Iow supplied with a variety of job type. stationery, presses and other malcterial inot equaled by anly lonntry othcee it, the State. We have tive presses kept ready for daily euse, an aawsortueient of job type which could not be purchased at the foatndry for twice the cost tfl all ordinary country ofle, stationery of all kinds, and worklmen who are skilled and have a cor rect taste. Our prices for lob work lhave been redclleo to tigures to nlit thea timnes and to commnand the patronage even of those who haves hitherto soughnt foreign olttces to exeente their work. Sheritrf, clerks, merchants andl others within reach of Monroe by hack, river, rail or otherwise are requested to give his oltce a trial. We make a specialty of legal blanksof every description, and will supply officials with the best of work at the mnost reasonable prices. To-day, according to the predictions of Prof. Tice, will be one ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 29 June 1877

uachifta WtWgr` 'O1 :M;. OýRQO],.Lb..JUNE . 0 1877. r 'r Grant Desereiag 'li ' Ieeeptlaa is Enland. JlOiqd'ON, Ete., June .1/Iy.tm Ar".:a fR.ds . ", , UsA 3pngsuali' stormy passage uales sea sickness1meral .y nqRthe 1inisdaeggti'atfer'the second dra . we Sreahed,verpo ,toFday antepoon 'toe, Sth DoEMay. Jeses and .I. proved to": dd  t'stiy fthe w good'"sllors. *.tNeteeoo; as: felt sltoment'a.: ieasi n es during the 'voyage. I lad: pro t'it brpool im~lvdma iately on taiir " i~ "." ".Xt.iTkd4n, .where,I.knuw our.Minisr had made arrangements. for a formal oreeption, andy itiad·d ipted. for me a few Invita tlonsof cetartesy; but what was my -surpriseto find nearly all the shipping in port k' t i lvdzrbbl decorated with flags of all nations, and from the main mast of each the flag of the Union was most 'cdnspcuous. 'The docks were liq dýw~t . asmany-of the popl$ 4tion "i'oslllnt S ti ndTg mroom,ah the streets'to the hotel where it was under stood - my .party would stop were packed...

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