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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 19 July 1878

MONROE, LA., JULY 19, 1878. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Congress. We are authorized to announce lHon. E. E. KIDD, Of Jackson, a candidate for Congress from the ififth Congressional District, subject to the action of the Demo cratic-Conservative Congressional Conven tion. Hon. W. J. Q. BAxua is our choice for Representative in the XLVth Congress and to fill the unexpired term occasioned by the death of Judge Leonard in the XLIVth Congress. MANY REPUDLICANS. For Sherif. We are authorized to announce Dr. THOMAS P. RolHAnmDso a candidate for Sheriff of Ousehita Parish, subject to the action of the DemocraticParish Convention. Senatorial Convention. As there is no Executive Committee of the Demooratic party for the Twenty-third Senatorial District of the State of Louisiana, composed of the parishes of Caldwell, Franklin, Jackson, Onachita and Richland, we the undersigned chairmen of executive committees of the Democratic party for the several parishes of the district, do hereby call a convention ...

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. — 19 July 1878

ear the knees, of 4 are missingl the fro  broken off, tIs -i never to h here We ae ilk ly rig4 t acN [ nrot tbeirat rek k i a tree. t time, and. nt a coy, " e ef I rbe forehead all t t i *e e peroi andtinoles. fi ' '- thee sung ts4 s igh t n the ehin re- tu i; the eyeUIhe ireated withs Wa : hte Mil wi m B t ehitithettal gl sjlii~4ti hod in neTy. mnnuidod; e.! etLlees and .fetnritein f his; facerare Sse-called Q reek' eprdfle; -the forehead 14 Sy s the' b s ebi jets and Indi- Lt S.4.e ..l.he Wpper lip aissortt, the tO •- odt is slightly open, the chinre- to t stllt 4 ' i .lI-i, a rlOdly glance t, Smflteeiafl ITniat. The manner it wa thi dtr h e w h rh is'"told upon the !m " ".l3 '-i{!lid" tlaefoutte lder of" the ofra d a:. opgdour.iapiptera.It ap ay h' l 'ls.mpared.. Jn,5 this': point with th h4 "'folo Sau*god. elo' ty-earVri thicane . oirEover, thie youthfuli.boldy-wheats a " ipicture It\sri hesntpaeaith, strqngth; V lite hw.iat' e tlqdtici,* withe hmbs; st 'hatsoever bide the-f...

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. — 26 July 1878

MONIANA FRIDAY JULY 2 1878 NUMBER 48 MONROE~j~,·49HtSrIANA, FRIDAY JULY 269 1878. NUMBER 4c.ft THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Priday. AT MONROE, OUAOHITA PARISH, LA. .C. 0Wa. asd ocssaaIaszas Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. .e copy. one year......... ...................... O0 º,,te copy, six ýnonths ........................... -2,50 ADVANOE MATIrS: On~e copy, one year ........ .......... ,00 atie copy, siz months .............................2.00 PARIPFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. .Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less) for the first, and seventy five cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows : SvuassMMaB s. I m.2m.Ism.Om.12m. One.......... .....» ýi 6El 8911 15 Towo......................oo 0 1 1 20 25 Three......................10 oo 151 171 2/1 6 35 Four .......................13 1"2 23 322 45 Five ....................... 1600 27 40 60 Ten (;, cl.)...........

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. — 26 July 1878

S oo e ardeon, d o@. oommitt -Gov. NI r p o in tibDem o- atiDon, a mee ihn conven- for ever, -.ope candi- and one ted!by the conven- dred ea t e for' State Treasurer, Nichollh IODbalet, who is follows S'cuir b A convention of Carrol' -' h iter lie a State to nominafe oode m fora crr e only one oofilee is, pro- Cine -: m abl.a very insignieflant affair. o Jacks S o~·' " '`h ndnoin ttw -l' for Toeasurer h ic tlare. four aspirants, and we name rel riiem: ;e MaJor S. D. Oliver, of East Riot ,lrtoUl;:: Captain Landry, of Orleans; Tens ' ;-0.. R -ichardsnl , of Ouanbita, and We onlr J. C. Mb re of Caddo elet- to the -in either of these giptlemen as the UiiIn e ftor Treasurer, the Baton t Rouge Convention will' not miss us, been ch °' serious bIness of the conven- ad tign will coinse up wheq the question the vo Sofa new State Constitution is broached, the tw This, the life nd soil:or good govern- culy S:-"ent in i ialsosinai a question whi' h onve lii o sho more be pht aside than .the...

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. — 26 July 1878

Orachita 1eltgrapb. MONROE; LA., JULY 28,1878. t ANNOUNCMENT8. I For Congress. We:.are authorised to announce Hon. I E. E. KIDo, of Jackson, a candidate for t Congress from the Fifth Congressional c District, subject to the action of the Domo eratic-Conservative Congressional Conven tion. • Hion. W. J. Q. BAKER is our choice for Representative in the XLVth Congress and to fill the unexpired termn occasioned by the ,death of Judge Leonard in the XLIVth Congress. MArX REPDnLICAxS. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce Dr. TaomAs P. RionAammsox a candidate for Sheriff at Ouachita Parish, subject to the action of the Democratic ParishConvention. i Parish Convention of the Democratic ] Party. MoNnor, LA., July 24, 1878. In pursuance of a resolution ot the Parish Convention held at Trenton, June 15,1878, fixing the Slast August, 1878, as the time for I holding the Parish Nominating Conven-] tion, and in pursuance of a resolution of the Executive Committee of the Parish selecting Mon...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 26 July 1878

- iii iuuD toanysettl. oni .oe. I IENB S, -t Fi dopetfed a :ew days ` taathis declaration an to, any settle- chi 4, o, State debt which would -o i ,miýn of any portion te º ;1pilýlis unjust or frauds- do " "dbclartion is in precis' ac- po 'itl the r views enuneiated ed :a itaý Tof Thursday last when tic Sitd that the fundinL act of • "thd , onsritutionalamend- t 5i pproving and ratifying it, did s -:iotanetion ,much less provide for,the j;nn'ning of Loads or, otbtr:evidences , tte , ilndebtedness 'which were tainted with fraud or were unlaw .fWlly lMe&" A" pieee of paper with b =p rtaininsugraved, or. printed, or writ- LL u ten ords and igutes upon it, pur " porýg to be a promise to pay : moey, and signedi with the names of e public officers of a State, is more binding upon the State than if ye * signed by private persons; unless ye there is in existence a statute passed Ot in confobrmity with the Constitution, gr authorizing the issue of the paper, IP and-this for the. very s...

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 August 1878

VOLUME XIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1878. NUMBER 47. 'THE TELEGRAPH: Pablished every Priday. ATl MONROE, OUACIIITA PARISH. LA. C.r. WTr. ohOCS .AL NFE I. Editor and Proprietor. 'L'ERMS OF SUBSOCRIPlION. ...e copy, one year ............................... 4,00O ,)ne copy, six months,..........................2,50 ADVYANO rAT8s: ice copy, one yea ............0........ 800 Sue copy, siz months, ...... ...................2,00 t'ARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of apace or less) for the first, and seventy five cents for each anbsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows : vuxas asq'Ras. 1m.2n. Sm.6m.12mn. One .................. 03 5$ 8$11k 15 Two ................. 0 1 13 21 25 Three...................1.. 0 00l 1 7 26 35 Four.................. 1300 20 23 32 4, Five............... 15 25 27 40 50 Ten (4 col.)........... 2o 00 40 50 70 90 Fifteen( col.)....... 400...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 2 August 1878

- . o. o a Ia.tt -, ,t. Oafiial Journal of the P * W, , , .N O. . y ..I.IU G ST -,1878, 3 .HANI OMLa,@-I -ell M 3»f3l- 1 THEU1IB , di +-E, w. +Vj€.!tE · womin. along Oak street, early pueeday, morning, from his residence to this offle, the writer passed the Scoirthouse square. He.was thinking 1. ' eryhard about the eclipee, a new sI IstlUtion for the State and generally 1 what. should go into this paper, to C make it interesting: A .large bundle g of exchanges was under his arm, and heowas wholly absorbed n. thought,~ when, looking over the fence enclosing courthouse square, he saw a crowd of people gathered around: one of the beautiful water-oaks growing in the square, near the steps on tho western side of the enclosure. This square is a beauty in .'nature, and no city, large or small, can rIval i it.: Itsbeauty Is marred . only by the, little, balke-ovens known as the offices of thh Clerk aid of the Recorder of the parish, and by a 'barn called a court- I ho.ie, just oppo...

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 August 1878

*uachita 5*legraph. MONROE, LA., AUGUST 2. 1878. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Congress. We are authorised to announce Hon. E. E. KIon, of Jackson, a candidate for Congress from the Fifth Congressional District subjeot to the action of the Demo crauio-donservative Congressional Conven. tion. Hon. W. J. Q. BAxER is our choice for -Represntative in the XLVth (Bngres _nd to fill the unexpired term occasioned by the death ot Judge Leonard in the XWLIVth Congress. MANY REPUBLICASS. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announoo Dr. TaoMAS P. RIoAUnnson a candidate for Sheriff ot Ouachita Parish, subject to the action of the Democratic Parish onvontion. You could kill deer yesterday, but let the quail, partridge and the pheasant alone until the 15th of Sep tember. Mr. A. Keller, recently returned from a visit to the Hot Springs, has our thanks for a copy of an illustrated paper published there. Are there any commercial travelers around town? We are interested In their appearance-they are so liberal and ...

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. — 2 August 1878

lthe w'omen,. se n etpIng In tile hot Itthe scythe with a sa _.: showed that, they -a _ aaised to thleskind .of Clountr inoEontryurolu , iisi,' 'stria in the sevuiepelu ,,Is4.o-t h lot of women. On dur to the depot, in Vieinna yester S passedrtwtV watg6one'4e pf iplmter, each of w oh th ta ve her shoulderd was:;betdingftor the load as -she:re It over the stones. In ea case there w~ij two man , 3Iug, i betind the t e45P, with one handon itqt, ilrery little assistance. They w e, dou ssa, psterers, whilst thew en ieduaores thwor latter 4did g all he S s work olbdth plasterers as a eldayeri., The, ladies took ecasn to give :'the omaibus man a piece of l "t__inj .oin the hesubject, tolljg"hm that C u'':did not ,treat woiqeq U l _eirSd that way,., and they -NOid :.ie to.gee-thei:mat 'who cduld .ke:h themrdoo.the work of horses, "whist he atrolild elsurold along. The fact is that most ofthe young men tobe found , in Austria wear'i military uniform, and itisa not be: wondered, thht 9l...

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. — 9 August 1878

VOLUME XIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 90, 1878. NUMBER 48. THE TELEGRAPH: Pubaishe. every Praay. ti' MONROE. OUACHITA PARISH, LA. c.-. tNT. 3h~oCP3 Ld EII, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. 'lik copy, one year .................. .........4,00 )ne copIy, six months,.......................... 2,60 ADVANOn RATIm: ,lie copy. One year ............ ................3,00 Ine copy, ix inontns.......................... 2.00 'ARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. tdvertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or lees) for the first, and seventy five cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows : vumSna sq'Rns. 1 m.2ni.3m. Om. 12m. One........................ $30 502 81 9111 15 Two....................... 6501 101 13 201 25 Three...................... 10 00 151 17 20 35 Four...................... 13001201 23 32 45 Five...............1........I 001 2 751 40 50 Ten ( ol.)........... 200 40 ...

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. — 9 August 1878

*rRxaitat5tIgrwalck o"ne hmsz og es car 81ess** t. w. n UmAmn. a E ae-. Juidiisurnal f tSh aris oen esli. The Baton Begge-Demooratie State vonveutioS met oa the 6th, with 415 voet es"resestedr ot of a total vote of / 4; The Convention speedily organ -.siby tke: election of Major A. 8. E'ran, .r Baton Rouge, as President, ,and the appointment of a, conmittee -on ýpltfdtm. Capt. W. W. Farmaer :was ude chalrar.an of this committee, -as ,re. lern by a dispatch from the .Captain to the Vickaburg Herald. The namres of three candidates for the-iominatioa for Treasurer were pro " atd-J. C. .Moncmre, of Caddo, E. A. Burke, of Orleans, and R. Richardson, of Oachllta. ' The vote for each was In the ,order of their names-Moncure 1065, Barke 151, Richardson 95. The contest proceeded without appreciable variation, and there came, It seems, a dead-lock. By a resolution adopted by the Con vention, three Informal ballots were had between the 57th and 58th ballots, to test the. relative strength of ...

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. — 9 August 1878

*uachifa 5tltgraph. MONROE, LA., AUGUST 9,1878. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Fro TraUsaUa, MAJOR E. A. BURKE, oF opLntuR. DAILY TELEGRAPH. ,"Monroe needs a daily paper," is a remark often made. We have conclu ded to - revive the DAILY TELE GRAPH, a pretty little sheet re celved with great favor in 1871; pro vided, the people, and the business and professional men will extend to the enterprise the required encourage ment. The Daily will contain, of course, the associated press dispatches, including market reports, and political and local Intelligence. An oppor tunity will soon be offered to all, especially to the citizens of Trenton and Montooe, to evince their en couragement, by subscriptions, cards and advertisements, towards the pub lieation of a daily paper. Rev. Dr. Lawson will preach in Bastrop, Sunday next, August 11th. The City is having the weeds and grass mowed in theCourthouso square. The first camp-hunters about here blew their horns a ringing blast and set out for the Cypre...

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. — 9 August 1878

. , =MONRiE, LA., AUGUST 9, 1878. HOW TO TkAT YELLOW FEVER. OFxIcE BOABD or H.EATH, •t . New Orleans, July 27, 1878. The ,Board of * "ealth publish the * .jollowing for the Informnation -of the ' ;iuý tne' ew oL tot.the presence of yel elow iver In our -midst: The siinentjs more apt.to be sudden and violent than that of the other .flewers which .prevail here, "and apt to ocEdr'at night. 'TU EARLY SYMPTOMS. Frequently, but not Invariably, a chill precedes the fever. There is vio lent Min in the ifoehead at the begin Siing, soon followed by severe pain'in bthelower part of the back. The eyes Sare red and glistening. COUReE RECOMMENDED TO THOSE ATTACKED. Any individual affected as above described should immediately go Shome, go to-bod, and send for a physi clan without delay. Without'walting for his arrival a hot fopt-bath shoult be taken, and perspiration encourage Sby warm drinks and a moderate cover 'in bed. If there should be any delay in the arrlial of the physician, a sm pie pur...

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. — 16 August 1878

ar r +ý y s e - .m ^ 1 } j . e°ý.fM J.d MWoRO~ e OUAcnTiT4A. ?AIIH, LA. Editorind Ptoprietor. ''YUR'QY SUBSbRIPTION. S e pys, one year ....... .~...... 4,0 S.eoopy, ob .six ................. ADVANOS 3was: ' , ou .o.. ..e year : .,......... 5,00 nta cpy, As ý .......... '0ýý..x is . '. •':lfý -i Aetweseemsata wl be inaerted atorne dollar and i cents per s rone inc ) for the dea03l-oe , w~a4 veI.  or ms sash isu ibse que t ineent ion,br .-"te undieia r one month. For Ionder ' pe* m4A*g ows : s 3 tr's s. sa hte eargad double our regu nabtioe will be abendlas lve new cash asub W.o tý 4nepoat-o lce, will been LitU1tiii _ spppy of Tar Ta.nuoArar gratls forne year. " Trweelent. advertisements must be paid for in advance. At-iR&d*e4iaengents sent to this omioe when not otherwise ordered, will be in seerteit Sil orbid" and charged acocordigty. Eiditorial busineps notices will be made,, tiarf*ebirage, otY sit adeertisemonts ordered in the paper; for other editorial notioea ehairge...

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 August 1878

yI ri '',//l · ) as e ~itii .tobebont £ocarpapo3 ` e te' q ,ýyT.y;~r~:Uf L i -~ 1a momatain tea. , S - , ý s :r fyt ý ý1 ý ' t- ,rr.Bo,~i: t~o~~tlYr~ Iorstated:d at Cuba oat= All poisons. (istrit on th: - e{ be stopped at said M and a personsea~ o th . o p e o C - . Blat u that uajvsi ;a any inke ted. d 'haedb his .. u . Sec . 9. T hec provIiot*o aF s rs 8alI sapy _ ýý 'li~t=tis.} ror of - L~m ei " dSfk ;4m $S~w be~C~Ulcl· i~iqY.~Pe1( ·(gteu1skyal ~Sl~~dl~ Cri~o gg~L'2ij ri. . Id~riii'~e ·arar I~~odY~~s ~ ~ '-, 'Ie~etr~i a ~bl~ A.-ttir &gy s benefit; --Sherff. ~;pa4ht h of Ouachita, tciYs duod Iu DistrIot innmbered Monroe, withn ctours presribedby . S. y,-- 1878 to-wit ý " or Joahn tepin :Ythe rblro ioSth of the southwest ooreer of thibrsancoia Caveat oonmw· atln cad mane sooth.to he back' :olneof the-tract, which *1 be a point oni gra#ttitbfanieeast of th iddle of aection Ave, township se-1 cn naorthrctis of the lblio g niibS4ll of lot +o~b ý=I+!oýDuwest quanta, ~1ne r th.y~ia ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 16 August 1878

J. ýSI ;~itidjs ''r'te` -. " - .'ia4irk - r~ ··-' ; · ·~Y1'1 r jb.h.1 aeve hea kO c. -ývo the)em ý 1 91~ /I l fI ý I otet 're -" " . ey ýf v qcrn a k -r tbe)& the'lp tece pa p for ~y ~~tcr hi Lr n tRstbA ~ siilmeeoeO ·i~Thril~ee _ it~w built fo r x ' CImkh~~I Jýs - wee- IL - .---------~: -1J J T` i 2k . 3r i~~ , Vooe m n2r~ +" i ,~*o thSlis 'w~i*~-di 9 gve t o · - lopTmti~tqp~ W * bed to~ry ~ tO~ II tO -g thati f, 1uv~lat _ - ,tri~aa~' , " ý.. ti.c " -..:il'-."fr a "Ig Irdlbgte YeInae On tso bemtie Parir~ah dtSd cmlln~e~omMr sot En 61 itiit '~ byey whoe ate. ti t~ewfl - i aq ua ke, capit4als. 'a OdeLo tha . Y f, Tb.~ pil L" a'a II ~~ti i ý'z ub'vý+` ti,7' aý a ý I~t 1* " -'C·· -;:= Joys r1~~4ijrlc lI p~~id oar! be -M NEATLY 'Z IKIUTSU AT Tom} OFFICE. 'OONSTITUTUIONA. AMt( OFFIOIAý. __ To the quarMed Ml State of li Orriog or S Nw Or oans, In purAtance of articole 147 Uion of this btetu, publication is to the voters of this Btate of amendmonts to the eonsltutio agreed to by two-tl...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 16 August 1878

~B · *t Ut. x S . :Q -ttowl. setypf id:": SiBhoOltdr~bow Y th *e an4 theegnw h -heoE'K zt she'sr ` µ I r r 444 .r:; OU letter thta3 'poea," we sofle""fa: e od bow to "~~Weil,' dtWeniner hde boa ý1 betap :we'WiaeI tstandoi , TheIn bd.l to`a.:t ote ,h o ,~(-1_··· ~:: n ..g jusmed" lame, liU og ape wcy -M1, -:zin", e fir .u tltin 'owbrm rings wbriad h san' sO `;rli's 0ttli~ ý8.p- 'I` P .ý ýpý rt1 sal.r.u,:...:" b'ta"i S .. (De o t Fat rtbno e~sao.j Y u , aJ Gard no placederpeoe'sacm =." to-forgit d oeat Oratora o dol worna `-*ý fght; erf-rsp .ober't. ;pr-. ;yiTý4-eOR J ,$`ýr "a min' w, ý ý 11tý " oý v hii ch bbsat n .` faW~~i~ deitetW eb sedee- ~o WebW i ~ Ie ýý'ýq } ei~ri irli ··eLij~c~ i~tr s ý si ý.. +, ý,ý t.,. , aho . aweeCl3º=. " ý@ : qr tpeolet ýýii irir d@~iU stood .Upý dei r·blýbOf' ll.O~I 'wet ober tuinrerthl~k~bB iirded bae 'lieU,:dog Yla ainpin'g tac~ilP own ee aýý rider shined upde weigh sixteen ouaorn to do poged. 'Itp~ar wid odderh~ people's nees, an' oe' : lik turn up.....

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 23 August 1878

.Ii $' ·~ 1 S "I t'it~~~~iimo toes ill:al .ý:::.. ... : be, 2L "i :rt ala lla larwIN be : ~ eorloY_2~IiýN;;Lt'. a I~qdA: will be en titled O fTaw TLu AaatmV All GIDIIULATIONS.1 IN ~~~ *5ist -must be tijdi bersot ow Ax*8lehismaokleO glfr~ake il msde;. a. .osa. . V3J A. . ouNT i ATaLAW, MO ris," S ...... ...i 4 r p h ion and r , IODtll0e Ore S m ii btelow Mont .ive ·r.. . - ' ly· " ý* M,,,U ýiO MO. L. " free of oharge! ier: 18u .-n41 r I.ver. iiti pI*Ur.is -.  b eIW, Mon.ro, Lan., c 'ash : reo. o mrof. "aaa L Wtor ; :L.. alt r tein 1er Star. on DBe occt e be  A..  . e"'e- t I876. ly. s. SaIom iie ": : .o. A. nRRany. ment. Jnjar. lO , 2ai7. I s r 'ti a-t "wor k 4t o , - .. oan dst 1 s7.e near the Female Academy, Mono TALOT "TILJMAM, MowEr, LA. these courts in e , WIu ge sttion to Lead fonce Will answer 521 mbmmuntiations with the mt possible delay. Augu. s 10, 16?. . y 303 PRUNTEW NEAtLY EXECUTED .AND 8P, ,I. · Bp; -.._:# : ! i ;. s ai t. u- a,:o-, it17Tni1`'vr'lT' IFULtý! ...

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 August 1878

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