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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 6 July 1877

it S(1w, :iAll 11 I: VOLUME XII. MONIIOJ;, 7O7i :.,Aý' ºIDA:YI 3.3J4Y LU ' . MINING IN KANSAS. flow a Thriying City Sprang from a Barren Waste. [From tha Chicago Times.] T'OPICA, KANSAS, June 19.-About six weeks ago lead discoveries were made on Short creek, in Cherokee coun ty, Kansas, seven'miles from the cele brated lead mining town ofJoplin,Mo., and six miles from Baxter Springs, Kansas. The discovery created intense excitement, and people rushed thither by the thousand. Joplin is a combin ation of towns. The principal part of the city is called West Joplin, origin ally Murphysburg. The main street of West Joplin is lined with business houses The streets are macadamlzed with pulverized flint from the mines, and thecity is lighted with gas. Seven years ago, where now stands this thriv ing city of 12,000 or 15,000 people, there was nothing but sterile flint hills, valueless foragricultural purposes, and supposed to be valueless for anything else. The ground for miles around the ci...

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 July 1877

C. w. M.elSaoAW| " MONROE. LA.. JULY G. FWRLaE #UyUpR P LQCEEDINOS. MoNrae, PAaess Or OoxaiYrrek, "a 2Jully, 1877. The Police Jury convened in special ssesion. Presmmt-W. G. Kennedy, President; J. W. Scarborough, J. B. Filhiol,:A. J. Wood. Absent-A. F. Flournoy. On motion the reading of the mmin ates of the last meeting was dispensed with. On motion the petition protesting - against the change in the Herron road wra aid on the table. On motion the report of the commit tee appointed to examine the accounts of the late Tax Collectors, B. H. Dink grave and Jas. 8. Ray,was adopted and committee discharged, and the report ordered spread on the minutes. MONROE, LA., June 29th, 1877. 7b the Hon. Police Jury Parish of Ouacdhita: We, the undersigned com mittee appointed to examine the act counts of the late Tax Collectors, ib. Hi. Dlnkgrave and Jas. S. Bay, report, that we have this day examined said aaounts and find them correct. E. H. ILLS, W. G. KENNEDY, D. M. SHOLARS. ORDINANCE NO. 282. ...

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. — 6 July 1877

sadzita ri.tgraph. MONROE, LA., JULY 6. 1877. *SIAlmost our entire office force has been busy, for a week, in printing briefs for the Supreme Court. Hence, the scarcity of original matter and the delay of 24 hours in putting this issue to press. We welcome to our table the July number of the Southern Cultivator. There is no exchange upon our list we read with more interest. Fishing excursions are now in order. Those who have tried their luck, tell us that;the fsh are biting well in the De Baird and also on the Cheniere. We are requested to state that Peli can Fire Co., No. 3, will hold a meet ing to-night at the Opera House. The roll will be called promptly at 8 p. anm. The Arkansas river is at the flood, and the Bartholomew is receiving a supply of water from that river, which is now passing our doors along the Ouachita. Mr. J. E. Vinson, deputy sheriff,has been appointed by Gov. Nicholls con stable of this (3rd) ward, in place of W. W. Allen resigned. The selection is a good one. ...

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. — 6 July 1877

SMONRO, LA.. .tY 8. '7-' A 0(IFEDEBRATE TORPEDO. An Incident of the War wtihout a Pamrlel.. [(Letter to Richmond Whig-] * * * But of all the boats in all the tide of time, and of .all the fdaring deeds of mankind in the history of warq,that of Lieutenant Dixon,Twenty first Alabama Volunteers, in, the sub marine torpedo boat in the Charleston harbor, in 1804, stands unparalleled. This boat operated under water. She could take the bearing,of her ene my more than a mile away, then settle cown under the surface of the water, head for the hostile ship and strike.her at any depth below the water line. S 8he required a crew of nine "men, all told -a captain, or pilot, and eight men to propel her. ' Shewas built in Mobile by" Hundley & MeOlintock, who took her by rail:to Beauregard at Charleston. He called for volunteers from the fleet to manr her and use her against the .ironsides. Lieutenant Payne, Confederate navy (a Virginian), and eight seamen volun teered to take her out. She wits...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 13 July 1877

VOLUME~~~~~~~~~~~~ XI.MNO.LUSIN.FIA.JLY1.17./ STATE AID TO.'TIHE N. L. A T. RAIL- R5 ROAD. Ih d We find in the New Orleans Demo crat the following abstract of the Actsp of the Legislature granting aid to the s North Louisiana & Texas Railroad, I represented by Ludeling and Assocl- It Ites, and copy the same for the infor- o mation of our readers, and for preserva- h tion and reference' Hereafter: ti Thefadbrsethesee' whilo the suit of 0 Jackson Aplie bptdholders of the V. 0 S. & 1. '7 . o. was pending in the 'I United States Circuit Court, the Legis- tl latumre df 18; "orn the application of u John T. Lqdeling, and others, incor- ' porated them under the name of the tl North L $1s , ad Texas 'Railroad P owompan ',d hted the State aid to the e tof O0O.per mile of railroad 3' which they PIgldst construct between k Vicksbarg and Shreveport. This act t of inoorporatloq and this aid were au- I thorized upon the hypothesis that the ' line of railroad between Vicksburg and Monroe h...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 13 July 1877

wfa meanta decree owner tieoalpio ,, o f ý.: W q!Raets ' petual Judgment amended, dqeepej)9fip x.2 POW" aoebalanet due .the heirs, and chegtl led JemaparPosal 1rJdistTntittribest by the with: oBf paid .forthislidividuabl-Use der es D.ý crd4Piy~SSi J. sClnde Smith, adinistrator.-Judgment re- afnrm versed. :: :.. W. State ef Vol. T. . Faurl r ".v. H A, curata Garrett.,-Contest for- ofce under the cered intraiLr bi'te. Ti'he:i iator w t a tppoit- tt iof ed DItriet Attorney ,Pro tem. by Gd's. tet ii Nicholls, and cofitrmeda January 30, ment 1877. The. respos dentWap . elected to h the office by the Police Jury of Tensas Th and appointed to the odile by Gov. 4prcI KellCigg on- d- January, 18771 buit not I1 I confirmed. Held, that a. vacancy ex-co isted at the time Goy., NicbolYs Up- prti pointed the relator and that he is the tire rightful occupant of the offic:e. Ju g- Ihe ment afiraned.N McLer & Kendall vs. J. L. Hun- te I sicker's succession.-resqaqdud-. inLgs JUSTICE MARR. ion, M...

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

VOLUME XII. MONROE. LOUISIANA, FRIDAY. JULY 20. 18T. .. .INUMBR 46i. A TALK WITH THE PROPHET. Brigmlana Instumeslng Ell Perkins sl the Mysteries of Mornonlsm. ,SaI LAr Orrv, May 29. On Thursday I again spent about three hours talking with Brigham Young in his private p4Ice. John W. Young. the prophet's favorite son, and Daniel H. Welts, first Mormon counsellor, were also present. Brigham Young is now 75 years old, hale, hearty and strictly tem perate, though a little flabby from se dentary habits. John W. Young is a young man, say 95, handsome and ac complished. He is very much beloved I by all the Mormons, and will undoubt- I edly succeed to the Presidency at the death of his father, which will probably occur within the next ten years. His I only rivals are Joseph F. Smith, son ofi Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormon ism, who was shot dead by the mob in Carthage jail, near Nauvoo, Ill., in 1844, and John Taylor, who was wounded by i the mpob at the same time. Joseph Smith and his...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 20 July 1877

. W. W• aONmE.. LA., JUL , 1r77. i " ý P 4P $ DNCIISIOK(S. e ras O... ,;;ue i sn ppo aitiona-No appeal' eies omA Aider continuing a cause. Appeal dismissed. Static V t $eM 'rrioa.-Under the statute punishing a person for cut a ifti 6'if-d Ofifat{ #i' 4. i msro n! to maim, it is n es tosupport the in dietment that'tt rii must be a "biting oflr whiq pp t ,J g.q. the whole oe, , part of the ear. Judgment reverned and~iCi6e dWhared . ." ayly Pond va. B. A. Givensa., ·'.L; re uiIai ia party who deo'aii seiii slal tr.e,swb4t frl pyprry othe. defense, is inapplicable to a case where he debhf4'heuil teiliatAdvif the signa ture of his a~mt, Judigment reversed. Betty .lairnhlli et al.vs. Edmund .eMitbme.r-A dteecriptio lo in ,an .ant ot mortgage Is good,although the "range'" is not --iridprrjfiv¶bfit ailt~ where the number o ate. ieiyen, and .where fariher recital Is made that the notes secured. byr the mortgage represent the original purchase price, and the act of salo futrth. r design...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 20 July 1877

Punachita Sctegraph. MONIIOE, LA. JULY 20. 1877. OUR JOB OFFICE. This office is now supplied with a varietyI of job type, stationery, presses and other mnatorial not equated by any country office 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 flgures to suit the times and to command the patronage oven of th oAwho have hitherto sought foreign offieo execute their work. Sheriffs, clerks, merchants 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 ofevery description, and will supply ' officials with the best of work at the most reasonable prices. What is the School Board of this par ish doing? is a question frequently propounded to us....

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

ItOH, LA.. JULY 9U,; i877. it ause*smI Ds-osene of' His Etlpolwt. A correspondent of a "Western. paper t ftraishes the following iocount'ot two t f d the adventures of Buffalo Bill in the '.West.. The real name pof this dat scout is Winm. F. Cody. He is :thus described: Cody is a splendid looking specimen of humanity, over six feet' in height, I weighing nearly 200 pounds. and admni- I rebly proportioned, while his aquiline feIatur, somewhat outre style of dress, and long dark brown hair, which falls in masses of curls over his shouldhre, *make him a center of attraction aimong the puny dwellers in cities. A couple of anecdotes, as told by him to the nar rator, told over the camp-fide and vouched for-by gentlemen present,-will give a fair idea of the life this adventur-_ ons man has passed, of his endurance in time of suffering, and desperate courage in the hour of danger. "Look here, Will," said one of the osicere as he kicked the glowingembers into a blaze, "spin us a yarn about ...

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

VOLUME XII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRII)AY, JULY 27. 1877. N M:R . THE TELEGRAPH: PibshMed every Plriday. AT MON ROE,OUACHITA PARISH, LA. c a-. w 1. .m acoOESA. NzT SEditor and Proprietor. TR.ltSS OF SUBSCRIPTION. )mne copy,oean year,................. ;............ $,00 4 ine copy, six months ................ ......... 2,60 . I .. rADYVANCM uATER: (ne copy, one year,............ .................. 0 true copy, six ionths .....»...................-000' J'ARIFF OF ADVBRTISVNG RATES. AdvertisementWi will be inserted at one ,ollar and fifty cents pea square (oe i|pl' llf space or less), for the first, and seventy live cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer I,oriods as follows: .UMa.R n j~t Ii s2 m.! 3 m. 6m.12m. e.... ts .... 75.7$9 9- - 3 $20 Two... ................ 7 b12 15 22 30' 'Three...............;...11 0 17 24) 30 40 l'our................ 15 00 22 261 38 50 .ive....................1800 2 30 43 60 'M'en (3- ol.... .... 0 45 55 75 100 'ifteen(H...

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

MONROR. LA.. ULY ,4877. Successioniof . B:f t'hompson ; op-' positlon of heir. to final aceouit.Ani opposition to e seoopnt is snot he form of anotiq to be pusued. toiagnul a par, phase by one whoel; scid to be an in terposed person whose purchase is for the benefit of in administratbr who cainotpotiit. u4gtipent reversied, oppisidon sutaleed,~and right resarv ed to heirs to nlastitute;an action of nul lity of seal" tade by' itdmnistrtor. [NoTe.--In the aboive syllabus . lasit week. tihe word not in the t*ird liR!e was inadvertently omitted,, which changed entirely the meanlog o'1 the Court.] camEp JUSTICE MANNINo. Succession of 0. L. B. Bofenshen ; an opposition to flal account.-The money and What? on a policy of life insurance in fivor of the wif and chil dren forms no part of the c~ommrunity and cannot be used to pay comapunlity debts. An Administrator is required to prove every item- of his account un der a general opposition. A foreign creditor who transacts business under t...

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. — 27 July 1877

MONROE, LA.. JULY 27. 1877. We repeat the query, What Is the School Board doing? The railroad is again in good order. Trains leave daily at fi a. at., and ar rive at 2:30 p. in. Let a little rain come, and the Side walks are in many places Impossable. flave we no public spirit? The river is failing rapidly-at the rate of a foot, at least, in 24 hours. The season 'for large boats will be over within te.. days. A call meeting of Pelican Fire Company No. 3, will be held in the Opera House, this (Friday) evening, at 8 o'clock. A full attendance is re quested. The lot upon which formerly stood the Lewis House and comprisiug about one-half a square has been sold by Wood & Rosne to Mr. Fred Endom. Price laid, S2,850. The Firemen's Pienic at the Par goud Mounds came off yesterday, after unexpected delays, and the fun pro ceeds with tihe energy of deferred pleasures, as we go to press. The Supreme Court Judges and the visiting tmetilbers of the Bar, we are pleased to find, express themse...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 27 July 1877

a. ,qkpt O,,,E-4 ,id . r '[ Jtt ! .+ P.ý+'el SS"P'*. _, r , to, yet vrery meany ie titak, lav not yet ade M el! aadI' ,ea l,1th. sele brated Irish harper, ~ ttg'tb Doitdi'talt in the eoantyt of ierkv wherehla.watch ano d hi. II a" t~hat be tuwo himself and the people 'in,mthe'.lofldw ing unexamepl+aQm9 t'riprgf. p urse :" Ala bhow dls m y~_e myalt I lote my wateh in inerae My Dublin watch, emy elinaladgalM) ,,.. - Pilftred at once in Doneralle. May Are and brtimslt e sate tal To fal in showers on Doneralle ; The thieving town of Doneralle; +,,;s ., As ltikihitegs adh beeso'e thbb rale, t go down to bell with Doneraile; The fate of Pompey at Pharsale, Be'thawstbe cdbse' ofathaerale;' '-:, May beef or mutton, lamb or veal, Be never, foad in. Doaeraila1.. , ,s Bat garlic soup and scurvy kale, . Besttll the food of Doneralle. And forward as the creeping snail, The industry be at lhoseraile, .. := May Heaven'q .loen.eree entail On ragged, rotted Doneraile' May san and moon foreve...

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

VOLUME XII. MONROE,. LOUISIANA, FRII)AY, AUGUST 3, 1877. NUMBER 47. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every IPriay. AT MONROE. OUACHITA PARISH. IA. <.. Wr. alcoau4irZ InXT Editor anld Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year,......................... ..00 i'Ine copy, six umonthns ................ 2,50 ADVANOR MATr-s: One copy, one year,............................. W, One copy, six nths ............... ........ .....Ki TARTFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertiaements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one ielh of space or less), for the first, and seventy rive centa'or each subsequent insertion, for any tilue under one mounth. For longer periods as follows: -..ua0t5 n sInt . . I . 2 w3n.m lln. 121n. ,ine .................. - $37$ 7 - 9 $13 $2- 'rtwo................ 7 b61 12 15 21 80 Three .................. 17 20 0 40 Four.... ............. 15 22 ; 38 50 Five.................. 18 i 24 30 43 6io Ten (-ol.)........ 00 45 55 75 100 Filteen (Y-col.).. 15 1 6...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 3 August 1877

EllaA deilJ.!.---Aotion toreove; n -A judgment homolojattng a. prov~l, minor; he may object tothem the termination of thepupilige,o  n thourgh the under-tutor was 'cited and appeaied' for him. The plea of res judicata cannot be opposed,te a.mi r who wawsrepresented by an under-tu r when an account was filed ; but as I the heir who' has attained i ajority , married "and was cited, and 'paid, t o judgment homologating the accoout may be pleaded as the thing adjudge , and such payments niay be pleaded in bar of any future action. Art.: `5 $J. C. does not apply to. a case :wherQ is account was rendered, and after ea4h heir, successively marirying, bad .been cited and received payuadit ; ,:tl4a would be unjust and a reproach; t$e Paymeuts cannot be repudiated. Ar . 149 of the Constitution of 1868 is not an act of grace which made valid jad - tnents rendered during the late civil war. The framuers of the Cottutitit of 1868 were not unmindful of.:the.ru that a government was entitled to ...

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

O*achita tdeg raph. b1ONROE. LA.. AUGUST 3, 1877. Wi All job work done at this office must be paid for on delivery. We can not sell bacon, lard, or flour on a credit. The Supreme Court adjourned sine die on Tuesday, and the Judges left oil the train next morning. Over eighty cases were disposed of in a term lasting four weeks. Gov. McE;nery is in town on a visit to his old home and friends of earlier days. He is in excellent health, buoyant in spirits, and speaks encour agingly of the situation. lie will re turn to New Orleans on Sunday. Mr. Ben Well has removed his place of business to the store lately vacated by Mr. King and under the Opera House on DeSiard street. He is neatly fixed up in his new quarters, and pro poses to sell his merchandise at the lowest figures. We have reports of the appearance of the cotton worm in this parish, but only on a few places. No serious dam age has been done, nor do we antici pate any, notwithstanding the reports made. The cotton plant is very vi...

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

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