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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 28 March 1879

Oenahita 0tItgraph. IIONROE. LA., MARCH 28. 1879. g. The sublime indifference shown by many of the patrons of this paper as to the state of its finances calls for comment. We are too proud to beg, but it is highly probable we shall have to resort to stealing to make a living. We have thought that there ought to be a limit somewhere to indulgence that there is a time and a land where honest labor. could be remunerated, and where even the Devil would get his due. As to a large number of the hefty friends of this paper, they seem to be in league with the Devil, and that individual gets all the dues. The TELFEGRAPH, be it understood, is not ih partnership with his Satanic majes ty, but if it were, or owed him any dues, we have delinquent patrons enough to pay him off, and have a large balance left. It is time-high time-this business should stop. WVe apologize for any al lusion to a dun. What will be done about watering the streets this summer ? The attention of Parish license pay ers is...

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. — 28 March 1879

MONROE. LA., MARCH 28. 1879. 's a bugle horn S' ,rw s r.t of" V]fecee and A, 4whearts alto dtamuinta,, joys are t 9a jeottbih6 Orisote. I / dsuiT as down t1e, rippling1 Y"'Ilhe C areihI Hanna points her beauti `_l. " ikl the diniih ng im planets glide, * Agl, ,aaqenre'.'ni the preclota of M.o ." aveiwhere a wily-brained VaueMaMin hopes Sueems to gain in a nefarious plan, Amkgtroans to view above his duskry hopes The waning finger of the Ku Klux Klan I Start not, goodfriends I the mysteries that msark The cmbalistic writings of the hour, Perchanoe may hold the fair Promethean. And kindileiuswith unwontedpowpi The p1ty wreaker of framternal strife *.Yilw frequent.ruus when never man pur aqt, right men tread lion-like through S.eorning the threats that jealous sinners ems now of clannish text or creed, Sre -born verse with nobler ardor 7 b ArIouli t take the lead , Aiad 1 grIolev!estU as the rose !s 1 rA! fair, she " iil I if Enterprise hath room AUpj'l"her ,irfie globe to freel...

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. — 4 April 1879

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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 April 1879

L~ 01, ng i \\ I abii ýuuh 11nt Itt~I at * at'lýb trt a K, ------ aue -narl an new, iethI wbil soon il a ct i.theSeent neemagn - onylenes. ther . gable P ident o{ m aa S®p{dly as could' have L te ueý subool "s-.etithe e ',!i too. tei wor Milt°- f , `isxead alu-. toinl. aplt - n " the ,the O attedi Sunday shoosa ge i - ph'~ter 'isns Youngtr ae -ý. ; I ijt d itU flelyttiiculty De *ps thottle 4wagson have nedan S I-h t leal piher in our a gble and ompou ' m .friend and colleague, rf2 y.-. Notwithstanding weP' f :Cathol, ews andi Protestantshe we_ a? work together b pleantlyih andP bt tvely, there aee no diseveon, o S rtathte ainlg tealgablb Porepidenp; I sl 4 toetothet Ih pal ton thereiously ,_lt0 eaetionhs of everyone, anrd' th+0s S hue:to, ootutag more sthante wise Sprdent hlnt, o our .Prehident.P ,ae4apidly, asdcouldahe Th . Bod .:hOw ver, otedies na singu - triposton--prohbited by the organe Sotie nstitution from teachingr wor io in a stuyn;rte are wayyet l '#P. r readyan...

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 April 1879

V-P to a ' 'And u sh ad -a· lt - ea titoa and torrl-, - -:-;ta -w .'-. _ ,i 1 . 4 -:' , .•:." _ - - anMdr lbee rme.hd t th e  .h `4 , $ ..o , p bTe sid wil a pa. ne_"t!ýr Se.da anew to#e ar , nsa. rea e n fe- t - stons e fwn la udn q-pe e e `te ther pnti ot heak in e diet fe aMtltouayn, andi. during hCr~ i..;irimselfamogus ee the a he oieathn ple beli ne chates hre i rle gwo ene al wayo eitoe .tohat. toena. t e t. e tar aor:' .-erIveu;l ·le V. 'v s'e - ep lotg -· wte e ,ist eantHadaRI o nlii enterprise oe thofs and omsnthadYos kogi, biMr Aoe; l.r t lese wea romt apndy wtod to4 .thyite n utae fuelo , ths tew tblishing hmetf mo preue. to eand give dl ~tjaeh.-to hand, to er y toh business, sao mus ratis peieedeo pby then rllp eml Courte on the, fairst Monday In r i There reeotd e.. no r esting -plael fore lawyers, debtors or litiganetseJohn Randomuthis o thfa o b. nd qaruiet while- yru, live and your heirs to enjoy the trjitbf Syour labor afterwrdwhe; you must "Pay as you go." ...

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 April 1879

t" .~ f. r zy~ r 'R iir=C ·1 r1 tsa. tqlh tu & a. .. ` : " fl .. ;t. .anager U ikit Lh_ ;e: " .+, e as'a Monithly - ~;~T~,tia. `tat in'iv0Sta II -t ew t 'it.ai the tohe . hsbIdn .he vl f~h~ a Thenii-wh~ and wtere- may we-pekj orthe' meand et? f A Jo sonI oIne aitably th to s~oson Idatrou of t len r ý dtril'~r~t;~' itirs ee Sthwe a=43 e ornebuit ullm aopi*w' ewu ~~1ri~~ Cabinet may ita.n eeIa 4s1ta eOw woh toteJI U- I we -tand forth en 4 -wil Jh'A till `t In t1 t ltvb, elA 't tlkttt wont he l` R ý ' ath or httý A to cinor gi ,. ~ ~ ~ ~ p t1r.coeontili t0o ar e ' sgeexbatt* ,-'! '. he get in w apr o telU . ?bb what `' omit hie?"ý S de "ootl ? DIs i . i Ai 1 or tfemale Il' atetter ivk ,ti-g , wid ' ' ndirin g' qty eve . x*i Clr't of 'those -lci sl.Have h .-e pIr ,i 1noder tubie 'fore itbrt:.wb'ebnLer e" eroom got too -t tehr .enivyll 'b6t me an' er i ;'ie .waith'f norumm *iwP 1eiab sees tell I e-'in d w t p'fle.tr,: prool er a'-tighti a do spot-dats liat wider 'Oc anit at' en. d. m...

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 April 1879

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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 April 1879

-r tOr 1 J T - . 1hs kSimawtdw ' iPhi ala· ·T )awI ---- nqlp )s pugtt, ý . Y'-r ý ý "1ý . il _ itblU tf . 1a w t ý IA 1s4 -wt~lj.amd~ tWA or I~l~ u~~ L 1 IIl . r 12 t it Isma! t -i ` { r r vn p I tW a honor to the moyof those Who -RbiBL . Inu , ,eae eop 'of-.thisJtte,' for.. een, a BeaIts not add more oe Ortea.s . e an will th with :leae a corehetesy.o o honor to the memuory of those who P ore the ons and outrages frweome wyo btthe l al' thy sait e Ie em to m the r have tom "aae a eek: tt -:fie.le o, hle. oSteo r a .it t ast- In "ewe Orleans Yin` tie- a, - heek`bogislde !` `the exo dIts or ie( ý .s me rar 'I ouIsiana.Tbhey eayd SWe regard with grave apprehensiondi wrongs mad outrages from whlh el o many our people suffer today , ond the liChK* atimh a 1ims tleit ho ttem to rimake a general xoduse party :ptht L ouii was no th turn victory. P Iar ie0s in the sate." t r S;, mUpon readi ng Which, we asson bied ' ti i ertnh Briki- ot O ,brWi . 's o idTe e tet M Iar1, 1. WeGo no...

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 April 1879

ns . .an gna, -re s,  , or lelnzems' - r of . " . i w Yo o wmknmsh adkd and moni tishe ath liaprtosbdied addouly of • % T -- ,= ' - '.-~ , - , wkiney monder r tisy. ple.re washere aboiq 60 i' . ie had -lived that.-the next S"So, r ther cone to Badr l ew.-Ori en .. ithat M/r. E.. Ioh.s partih, has te s '  eledtehlp soby Mr3s . -Dar 4 rt. Parker i it ,. ;:,,i- dectlsl-ot .for poset New Yo f~ ~br"ets Mr A.. )dac , Jr., At tse die of he' King store and oame to he s-satibelleA of- this cos. n M 0ie. -he sa tpe w$a6 t ah. polaent o re ,ePcse 4a uree brick chat wetlev no sin whatever to thsa L, iugh lisi rd and- -WLtaut th' 1 stood., Gae t$hp arpe. u.W. T. Atkins, omet oer ; per cent on our prlce ohas a wyeaer, , and is s ap s he sbeaty. ttoreysby havn th brwea pcrnted at thlis oeeparish will haerve hae services ofit-elile those " tods" solnd my red their own proo-shtreet. The mind Amongd they shall make no blunders, i Colle New Orleans we notice at hatr. E. O.1unket, is parish,...

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 April 1879

.r16 " :' 1.ýrpa ot4 If; vvhl~ r ° ;i to I o be': conaveyed, 1t `r- ItI· - od- It not, no ot can . die any d uow,.ora.I .r -i *C *i*hI ettbe 11 ra-facat ciyhr °-. " iie s i ~ *1 -p.'.. ~Athem .tAS.0 {cools- .Y .I Jrftý * -i .; .t ~ wt ".. ý . t Tep)id w~ter 1j prhdtkM1 bYf+L 4thb8W` mt ipcthid -cod and one-third;foiio A-n it ;'" " "no m ake macarppj Iv~ite%1Pv*t"p uny cold water and.brg jit to a boil.~ p ntiito hqua tl *UP4 In milk. I e07r~wyo o blnds the crust :a. mach a' , 4 am'I -, ,ibin mm ta· h ri aais c or pi ud di[ pt thesugar in .ma wet stgar-wuga will burn, and' ein riria It laeeos teP. n. 'W~'tk may b iiet,$ wb> tiebrtoiled, but they must be put Iin. hot -butter or lauulta e"mmnal~ The d bread smust hOtepid. If itis tjoo hot the loaf ser- ttw sblmhmt be jbr IF nneUky~ ~RS Ub~ulsitnio lid. , -Ai~P~~· ne cnsite~l of Cai-Ifd ~ji @lO~tbresfOeftM at aJur ax- h lat i am lomuts tt o ::+ " irJ a.at.giL~t boled*bty *s0'y uto lclo' pt W ioe ~o ·tahew btags' a' ::· i c _ý ice, ;'ý...

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 April 1879

VOLUME XIV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1879. NUMBER I2. THE TELEGRAPH: Pablished every Ui ay. AT .'ONROE, OllACHIA PARIS1, LA. c3-. TN. Zh~oOsaALRTL = . Editor and Proprietor. 'TItRMS OF SUBS CRIPTION. One copy, one year;a..... r ......... ..........4,0 One yco1y, six montL,.................. 2,50...... ADVANOB RATE.: One copy one year .....................3,00 One copy, six months..........................2,00 L'AitlFF O1F ADVERTISING RATES. Alivertisements will be ihseted at ope dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of apace or lees) for the frpt, and seventy live cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows : " , n'·* s ns. Il. 1 2m. 2 m. i m. 12m. One....................-- 3* 00 o--.i-I 1 Two....... . ..... 10 1320 25 Three.................... 10 00 15 17 2 35 Four.............i........ 1300 ' 2332 45 Five .....».........l 7 40 50 Ten (Kooi.)....;..6 00 40 70 90 Fifteeu( eotL}......40 0l 0 70 90130 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. — 18 April 1879

Stuahita5 t1 graph.w.m OMiial uernal of the Irlsh ofshN a Ofelal Jeurmal of the City of Ecre. MONROE. LA.. APR. 18. 1879. t gJB MICIAUY SYSTEMN. . The followin'af the report of the aub.eomra tez of` three to the Bar As sodation of New Orleans as to new a copaLttltioa: provisions with refer- 2 epee to the SBapeme Court: ' Art. 78. TheJudlelal power shall be vested in a supreme court, in district courts and such other-interior courts as the General Assembly may ordain and establish, except as the powers of the' General Assemblymay hereinafter In this constitution be specially restricted. Art. 74. The Supreme Court, except in cases hereinafter provided, shall have appellate jurisdletion only; which i Jurismition shall extend to all cases wherein the matter in dispute shall exceed the sum of' $00; to all cases wherein the right, title or Interest In or to property, real or personal, or s funds of more than S- Is brought In y question, although a claim for a less amount is sought to be...

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 April 1879

gnackita etltgrapR. MONEROE. LA., APRIL 18. 1879. Judge R. W. Riqhardson, our sena torial delegate to the Convention, left for New Orleans Monday. Hion.David Faulk, our parish delegate, left Thurs day morning. Capt. MeCranie left for New Or leans Wednesday. As previously an nounced, he will be an applicant for Convention Printer. His opponents will be Mr. Dupree of the New Or lears Democrat, and Mr. Coegrove of the Natebitoches Vindicator. lmprovements. Mr. Herman Meyer is gathering the material for his new store-houses on Deilard street. Mr. Robert J. Nelson is laying the foundation of his residence in front of the Female Academy. Mr. George C. Ennaminger razed his old house and raised a neat little cot tage in its stead, and is now comforta bly quartered In it-all in lees than two months. The Crops. So far as we can learn, the crop prospects In this parIsh are good. Corn and cotton suffered to some extent from drought, hnt the recent copious rains relieves all apprehensions on tha...

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 April 1879

MONROE. LA.. APRI/ 1,8 ' 1 !.6 Judge Story's Advite to a Young S awyers When e'er you speak, romember every cause Standls not on eloquence, but stands on laws. Pregnant in matter,' in expression brief, Let every sentence staud With bold rollot ; On triing points, nor time nor talents waste, A sadeoese to learning and to taste p Nor G/s' With pomapous phrase, nor e'er PoUstaights.belong to reasoning prose. Loeso d4olgatti6 mnas deceive the Orowd, And i oi. miore atrikling s it grows more Bak sober sense rejects it with disdain. As nought but empty noise and weak as The froth of words, the' schoolboy's vain parade Of boolks and -al his stock ins rede ; The part conceits, the canning trilcks Cid play Of low attorneys, strung in long array; The maenmly Jeat, the petnlant reply, That eblatera on. and ear's not 'how.nor Stud iosaoid nworthy th themes to sean, They sink the speaker and disFrasg toe man Like the false lights by fying shadows Scare mmen wlhenprsent,'and forgot when Uqhewi*...

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 April 1879

VOLUME XIV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1879. NUMBER 83. THE TELEGRAPH: PabiUsbd every 'riday. AT MlONROE, OUAOHITA PARISHR, LA. Ca* . W.3 W'3. 2 o I 3 =. Editor and Proprietor. 'TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year ..................... 400 One copy, six meouthse,........................ 2,50 ADVANCe RATnE: One copy, one year, ...............................8,00 One copy, six montbs ........................2...,00 TI'ARFIF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less) for the firat, and sevelity ive cents for each subsequent insertion, for any timle under one month. For longer periods as follows : : maiR aq'RCM. I . 2 m.2 a. Sm.12m. One..............p $8 118 15 Two..................i 050110 13 20 25 Three.....................10 00 15 17 26 s5 Four....................... 13 0020 23 32 45 Five....................1.. 5 01 2 27 40 50 Tean () eeol.).......... 26 00 40 50 70 90 Fiftee ( col.).....4...

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 April 1879

*RR hittas ltl aph. a. w. e.omiuzu gas .s. OEelallearaatefth PF~r shl'aehita. Oeslal Jeurns o the City of nearo. , MO... UN. "_ "in P . 917. iU1m0I* TO1BIS FALL. From a reetut issue of the Natchito chn Vladieator we copy the following: We. believe the Constitution to be framed by the Convention shortly to - -mmble will be submitted to the peo ple for ratification. There are reasons why this should be done, which our friend of the OUAHTrrA TaeLORAPH has overlooked. The Federal government has made vast Inroads upon what we believe to be the sovereign rights and powers of the respective Commonwealths of the Unlgn. Particularly can this be mid of the elective franchise and the super vialon of eletions, hitherto free from federal interference. The Democrats in Congress, or at least a majority, have yleldeh to those principles by re Itain to repeal the Statutes making it a crimp.toeommlt frauds Ja elections; comaqeuently, it has become the duty of the States to protect their rights as be...

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 April 1879

ua chiita- Wlegraph. MONROE, LA.. APRIL 25. 1879. Capt. McCranie is expected on the Hanna to-morrow. Magnolias were open on the 11th in stant-a week earlier than usual. Figs and plums are a complete fail ure. Peaches and apples give promise of a good yield. John Mooney with the chain gang is rendering valuable service to the city in repairing street crossings, clean ing ditches, etc. The ladies of the Episcopal Church will give a strawberry festival and dance, at the Opera House, to-night. All are cordially invited to attend. Monroe has now quite a large and efficient fire department. The mem bers of Ouachita No. 1 will soon receive handsome new uniforms for parade duty. Gerspach & Herring are erecting a fine frame dwelling on the site of NolleyChapel. Rumor has it that it is for the use of one of our young men. We might anticipate an event, but we will not. We record facts and make no conjectures. If it happens, and the "wine and cake are forthcoming, we will drink healths 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. — 25 April 1879

*ackita Wel 9tapr. MONROE. LA., APRIL 25 1879. Two of' OU 181Es VETrRANS. As IsJtesUatia, Meetina After Their Sight I. Roestored to Them. EN. o. Demoerat.] The smilitary pageant of yesterday must have stitrrd' the hearts of the fey na noir left, who so gallant ly ded our city against the ad vamoe of the British in 1815. Two that we happened to meet we know It'te t old soldierly spirit come back when the "ear-piereing fife" sounded on the street. These two were Messrs. Joseph. St. Cyr and Charles Raymond. Mr. St. Cyr Is eighty-two years of age, and belonged to the rlflecompany of the Mattalion d'Orleans, which was commanded on the memorable eighth of January, by Ma~or Plauche. .e ls still an active man, and moves about with all the elasticity of youth. Mr. Raymond Is eighty-five, and was mepmber of the same battalion In the bite at Chalmette. Pull of vigor and wedllpreserved strength, he, like hib iellow Vteteans, looks twenty years younger than he is. Both, strange to say, enjoy 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. — 2 May 1879

VOLUME XIV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1879. NUMBER 84. THE TELEGRAPH: Publisahed every Priday. AT SIONROE, OUACHITA PARIBSH., LA. Editor and Proprietor. rICRMS OF BSUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year .......................... 4 ,00 One copy,rnx monihs .........i................ 2,50 ADVANIN RATES: One copy. one year ..............................8,00 One copy, sls months.......... ....................200 I'AIIFF 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 asubsequent insertion, for anytime under one month. For longer periods as follows : . sein anaQ'as. Im.2m.3m.m.12w. One..............i ;. 83 ii1 15 Two............... 650 1 13 20 25 Three.....................1000 15 17 26 85 Four............. 13 00 0 233245 Five ..... «........ .... 5 0 52740 5 Ten (S col.)..........200 50 70 90 Fifteen( L)....... 40 00 55 70 90 130 Twenty-one (1 o.)... 5000 7 85 125 1...

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. — 2 May 1879

gal J iio it YLL ·~l~ili UIelea Jeuri i1 t>. City or Meree. - ~ ~j~)~LA.,MAYt; 1879. Aggggg gag UNK TIV 33 SUJIVLBt The Supremle Court of the United States rendered an opinion on Monday whichb concludes the vexatious liti gatton in the matter of the final diepositlon of the Vickabarg, Shreve port &Teixaa Ballroad. The road is to he, sold, and thus, at last, Jarudyce and Jarudyee is removed from Chan cery. This road, as most of the readers of this paper know, was chartered with its eastern terminus on the MIssissippi river, opposite Vicksburg, and its western terminus on the line dividing Louisiana and Texas west of Shreve port. From Shrevoport to the Texas line, about 18miles, and from this place to Delta, about 72 miles, the road is now in operation. The intervening dis tance, between Monroe and Shreve port, about 92 miles, has only been esurveyeS-three lines, if we are not mistaken, having been run by as many dlferent engineers, all prior to the war. . Anything like a Atll ...

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