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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 6 June 1879

MONROE, LA., JUNE 6, 1879. Supreme Court. The Supreme Court of the State met at the Courthouse on Monday. There were present all the Judges of the Court-Chief Justice Manning, and the Associate Justices, Messrs. Marr, De Blanc, Spencer and White. Deputy Sheriff McGuire (Handy Andy) announced the opening of the Court in the following proclamation: Oyez, Oyez, Oyez the Supreme Court of the State of Louisiana is now open for the term. All persons having pleas to make and causes to be heard must now come forward and prosecute the same. Order and silence are com manded during the sessions of this Honorable Court under penalty of the law. God save the State and this Honor able Court ! The Court appointed the following named attorneys as a committee to examine applicants for license, via : R. Richardson, S. D. McEnery, C. J. Boatner, R. G. Cobb, F.-Garrett, J. H. Brigham, D. C. Morgan. Messrs. Joshua Moss, of DeSoto, S. H. Gilbert, of Ouachita, and H. M. Hyams, of Union, are the applicants...

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 June 1879

uacbitta atltarapb. MONROE. LA.. JNIE 6, 179. The audlt- , n" iof Syria has aem<i< ,,sti celebrity on the ~as story. It has been eslettedst splendid resiadence of the apn,*is ~Sy;'aiid afterwards as tile imxuo!siaespttal of the Asiatic Provin- I es. otheRBoman Empire. It has been eeuips:ile its men of letters and Its ltivaon of learning. It has been oelebrated for the magnificence of the edlafes within its walls, and for the r.wmantl beauty of its suburban groves and fountains. The circling son shone nowhereupon more majestie produc tions of human art than where it gild ed, with its rising or its setting beams, the sumptuous symbols of its own de luded worshipers in the gorgeons tem ple of Diana and the gigantic statue of Apollo, which were the pride and the boast of that far-famed capital. While It was from one of the humble hermitages which were embosomed in its exquisite environs, that the saint ed Chrysoetom poured forth some of those poetical and pamslonate raptures on t...

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. — 13 June 1879

VOLUME XIV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1879. NUMBER 89. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Friday. Al' .ONItOR, OUACHITA PARISH. LA. G31. w357. ThEOCSIBAl3.T . Editor and Proprietor. 'T'ICMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. LntI .c,,py, one year .............................. $4,00 ()tine sy, ai nuonths ........................... 2,50 ADVANOB RATES: Ole opy. one yeoar ............ ................S..3,00 Onte copy, six ntontah5s ...........................2,00 ' till ItiF' OF ADVERTISING RATES. A Ivertiseentent will be inserted at one dollir i and fIfty cents per square (one inch ot space or less) for the first, and seventy iive cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer earliods as follows : nun nmaq'1Rs. 1 m.2m.3.m. 12mn. One..............." 3 5 d 8 11 $ 15 'Two..............I 6 I0 10 1 20I 25 L'hreeo..................... I10 00 15 17 21 35 our... ................... 13 20 2:3 32 45 V-'ive ...................... 15 00 25 27 40 50 Tron (54 el.)........... ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 13 June 1879

. earchitasZtgt rah. 0. W. e..Os U. Eidetr. Oielal Joearnal ithe ,ar etofuae*C a. Olcla Journal el the City F Mlonree. btONROI. LA.. JUNE 13. 1879. aWi Owing to the change made in thetime of holding the Monroe term of tihe Supreme Court, from July to June-bringing the terms of the Su preme and District Courts so near to gether-attorneys have been troubled in getting their briefs prepared and district clerks in having the trans cripts made. It turns out, also, that the printer is required to do double duty. Hence it Is that we have such a good paper this week. ,"In order to set at rest any question as to the management" of the New Orleans Democrat, it is announced in that journal, of the 10th, that Major E. A. Burke, State Treasurer, is the managing editor.. We welcome Major Burke to the editorial ranks. He will, no doubt, prove a valiant knight of the quill, but we warn the Major, from experience, that it is better to be one Stale Treasurer than two hundred editors. In addition to t...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 13 June 1879

Ouachita telegraph. IONlIOE. LA.. JUNE 13. 1879. We are compelled to defer until'next week the proceedings of the City Council of last week. Tihe thermometer, on tile 10th, tnouanted to 93 degrees in this office- outranking its previous efforts this sullnmmer by three degrees. The new rector of Grace Church, the Rev. James Philson, has reached Monroe, and Will hold services in that church next Sunday. The weather has been 'dry and hot the past week. WVe have heard of light showers in some favored locali ties, bhut in Monroe we are dependent on thie street sprinkler. Our reports from both the corn and cotton crops, we regret to. say, are de cldedly unfavorable. Both are suffer ing frolm the want of rain, and cotton, mesides, has been preyed upon by eat worms and lice. The prospect is not encouraging. Police Jury. An important meeting of the Police Jury was held on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th. Tihe proceedings will be found in full in this week's paper, tile report of the Treasurer excepted,...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 13 June 1879

iachiitxa Wtel*raph. MONROE. LA., JUNE 18 1879. POLICE JURY PROCEEDINGS. [ooraneraD raoN WtBrT WAON.3 NIchols, J F Thomas, Geo Woodward, James Rogers, John H Varner, Z Nichols, Jack Beeves and B F Mitchell -places, and all other bands on line of said road, not otherwise assigned, are sNeget to his orders. Adopted June 2, 1879. -W. O. KrNNDY, President. J. E. HANNA, Clerk P. J. ORDINANCE NO. 875. Appropriating money for charitable purposes for the months of June, July and August, 1879. Be it ordained by the Police Jury of Ouachita parish, That the following amounts are hereby appropriated for the support of the paupers named be low for each of the mouthp of June, July and August, 1879-except for Rebecca Bales : Mrs. Rebeeoa Bales, to be drawn by J. O. C. Dowdy. (for June only) 8$7.60. Letitia Coats, to be drawn by A. Myatt, Elisza Daniels, to be drawn, by 8S A. Wat son, 115.00. PrancHlea Knight, to be drawn by G.M. Mc Calamn. 1800. Rose rendersona, to be drawn by N. Bur Joh Butler. J...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 20 June 1879

VOLUME XIV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1879. NUMBER 40. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every riday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. t3. WMoO. 3%OOEAL2MId Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSRIPTION. One1 copy, one year:.....................9: 4,00 of space or less) for. the first, ando s eventy-5 Two ................... 6501 150 13 260 25 Four ....................... 1800 201 23 32; 45 Five ets...................... f15or eah subsequent ine rtion 5r "T-en (CDol.).2......... 29000 40 50 70 901 Fifteen ( nde l one.) month. For40 00 longe90 130 'Twenty-one (1 o.)... 50 00 70 851 125 175 Cards of a personal character-when ad missible-will be charged double our regu lar advertising rates. Obituary and Marriage notices will be charged as advertisements. Any person sendingus five now cash sub scribers, at the same post-office, will be en titled to a copy of Ttm TELEUGRAP gratis for one year. ADVERTISING REGULATIONS. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. All advertisement...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 20 June 1879

xa ckit I etgxzp b. 0. W. 3AOllS3. aldtter. Oe3lal Joarnal of the Parish o Ouansita. OM3.l Journal of the City o  earee. MONROE-. LA.. JUNE o. 1879. CHU IA ZeAL. As an outsider, wishing every Chris tian denomination well, we take the privilege of trenohing upon the terri tory of the priest and the pastor, tosay a word in behalf of religious toleration in its warfare with denominational zeal. Somewhere, we are told that there is no royal road to heaven. It is equally true that no cept or sect of Chris tians enjoys the exclusive right-of-way to that blissful sphere. The promises of the Savior are to him who believes, regardless of what ceremonies he adopts to manifest outwardly his devotion, or of the denominational creed to which he attaches himself. Who has consti tuted any of us a Judge topass sentence of condemnation upon those who dis sent from our views? If so empowered, may not these who disseontcalm to hold the same Divine authority? The re sult leads to strife, bitterness...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 20 June 1879

Ruachita U egratph. MONROE. LA.. JUNE 20, 1879. We learn, on going to press, that the Supreme Court will conclude its labors this (Thursday) evening. The picnic, given by our Catholic friends, at Crew Lake last Thursday, was, we learn,a highly enjoyable affair. Mr. Chas. Jacobs has sold his stock of goods to Mr. S. Klotz. Mr. Klotz will continue the business at the old stand; Mr. Jacobs goes to Vicksburg. Mr. 8. W. Saunders has purchased the Gross lot, adjoining Endom's stable on the west, and is collecting ma terial for the erection of a one-story brick house, 40x85, on the lot. Mr. Conner has the brick work, and Mr. Wright the wood work. Mr. H. D. King will occupy the new store. Mr. George Gunby, of Union, sends us over a bushel of nice apples, for which he will please accept our thanks. Mr. Gunby, now well advanced in years, Is, nevertheless, a thorough going farmer. He has solved the Ex odus riddle-has a large place which is cultivated by working young white men, natives of the ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 20 June 1879

MONROE, LA., JUNE so 1879. TEE STORY OF THB GOOD LITTCrE BOY WHO DID NOT PIOSPER. BY MARK IWAIN. t OChee there was a little boy by the name. of Jacob Blivens. He always p obeyed his parents, no matter how ab smnd and Unreasonable their demands were; agd Jhe always learned his book, nad never was late for Sabbath school. He Would not play hookey, even when his sober judgment told him it was the moast piofitable thing he could do. None of the other boys could ever make that boy out, he acted so strange ly. He wouldn't lie, no matter how convenient it was. He just said it was wrong to lie, and that was sufficient for him. And he was so honest that he was ridclulous. The curlous ways that Jacob had surpassed everything, He wouldn't play marbles on Sunday, he wouldn't rob birds nests, he wouldn't give hot pennies to organ grinders' monkeys; he didn't seem to take an$ Interest in any kind of rationatamape4 ment. So the other boys used to4t to reason it out and cOme to an under: standing o...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 27 June 1879

VOLUME XIV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1879. NUMBER 42. THE TELEGRAPH: Pablisbhe every Friday. AT MONROE, OUACHIITA PAIUSH, LA. G. t'T. hoQ C IR i.d 7Z= Editor and Proprietor. TetrMS 0? SiUBS RIPTION. Ouo copy, one yoer .............................. ,00 On4e copy, aix mndnths,........................... 2,30 ADVANSO RAT3I: One copy, one year ......... ................... ,00 e copy, si month a.............................2,00 T. RI 1F OF ADVERTISING RATES. A Ivertisements will be inserted at one dolilr and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or loss) for the first, and seventy lirve celts for each subsoequont insertion, for any tinme under one month. For longer periods as follows : NU L,.CSn aQRs. I .12 n. 3m! . . .112m. Oºne........................ 4 50); 0 83 11i 15 Two ........................ o50 10 13 20. 25 Three ............. ..... 10 00 15 17 206 83 lour................... 1 001 20 23 82 45 t'ivo ...................... 15 001 25 27" 40 50 'L'eu (5 cote.)......

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. — 27 June 1879

OeIal Jouarnals t. Psh of _t. Olelal Journal of City of e. MONROE. LA.. JUNE 27. 1879. TUg EWNV*My'V SiLL PLEASE a ....... U-UDEi ..... . ,. Thiersaiseo to redeem Lbuisiana is - not ad Jojddeom d. w' areis I~iidd of this failure both d by lh ,roqoedings, of theConstitution- 3 t Deatvntiou annd by the fact that at c this.'ttme' only" a twelve-months ago t the St#b was in agitation over the se- s ticl9l o.f delegiates to parish nominat- I jpg conventions, the point in dispute 1 being whether, or not, Louisiana should 4 have' ah organic law supplanting the frandulent Constitution of 1808, and by the. further. fact that tl.e Democratic State legislaturo-subsequently chosen, with referenein to that issue, decided l that the voice' of theo people,, demand ing an organic reform should be res pected. The Convention now in session, born of thitdtlmand, khas been In session sineq the gist 'b April 59 days (Sun daiys inclyded)-and the members have, no. doubt, been earnestly engaged in I so...

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 June 1879

Oaarhita Waltgraph. MONROE, LA., JUNE 27, 1879. The members of Ouachita Fire Co. have received their new uniform shirts. They are quite handsome. A post-oilce has been established at Miillhaven, the first station on the rail road going east. Mr. S. Whited is the list-master. Mr. Chas. Jacob has not sold his stock of goods, as was stated by us last week, to Mr. Klots, but has placed that gentleman in charge of his busi ness. Prof. Tice does not mentions it, but about this time of year the mule and the cow will break down the thriftless farner's fence, and the sow with little pigs will enter the garden. The Monroe "Itegulators" cross bats next Friday, the 4th, with the Colony base ball club, on the latter's grounds near the Colony school house. Both nines are in good trim, and a close contest is expected. The Monroe Silver Cornet Band, has, we understand, been permanently re organized, with the following mem. hers: R. H. Endom, Loader; W. H. Ferry, John A. Sanders, T. Benoit, A. Benoi...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 27 June 1879

M ONIROEl, LA.,JUNE 27. 179. LINES TO A CAT. i -- w Burlington iH'awkac e. I love thee, cat; I love thy pleasnlt ways; fo I love to see thee dozing round the house; I love, through all these dreamy eullImor days, ý't To watch thee circumvent the bashful arouse; W I love to hear thy calm, contented purr, Audatrokethy coat-so near, antd yso fur. l yt lit I love not, when starry night is conme, is To. hear the0, cat, with velvet-padded hoof, hapid as taps upon tihe startled drum, UI thr snnlOr rain drops, pattering on the at roof. For when thy claws slip front their velvet jacket, Thoua art a Niagara oat; a eat a racket. If Swoot warbler, when the radiatnt tmoonlight Ii falls In mnellow splendor on the haunted shed, (t, hltavo I liitoned to thy plaintive wauls b And cursed then, front mly sloop deserted Ibed. Ilow have I wept to hea:r thy long drawn shout, "Mtaria! ohl Ma-ri-a! Comin' on-out?" 11 01,h tL aRnlbiious! Thou wonlt born to load; 'l'Thou art the first in peace, inll wr, t...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 4 July 1879

04i~a eapn~b Wurg. VOLUME XIV. MONROE. LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1879. NUMBER 48. THE TELEGRAPH: PabIsked vry FPriday. AT IIONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. ca- w.T 2RoCFBL2N=EMB Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year.............................. 400 One copy, six months, .......................... 2,60 ADVANCE .ATAW One copy, one year ...... .....................8,00 One copy, six months .................. ..........2.00 T.ARFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch ot space or less) for the first, and seventy tive cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows: Nur ,m saq'nRES. 1 m.m. m.3m. 6 m. 12m. One...................- - -l-- 0 -$ , 8 - Two.................... 650 10 13 20 25 'Three..................... 0 0015 17 21 35 F'our................... 13 00 2 2 3I2 45 Five..................... 15 00 25 27 40 50 Ten (3 col.).......... 26 00 40 50 7...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 4 July 1879

Orachita Itg x4apJI. o. W.1 eUAWu M. sditter. Melal Journal of the Parish of Oaachta t Oflelal Journal of the City of Monroe. MONBOEI ' LAm., JULY 4. 1879. THE CONVENTION. The State debt has occupied much time of late in the Convention. A majority and a minority report were submitted; the debate was exhaustive; a middle ground was manifest, and both reports wore doomed. A vote was had on Monday. The minority report was rejected-yeas 49, nays 80; the majority report was rejected also yeas 89, nays 90. A number of substi tutes were offered looking to scaling the debt, but were voted .down. Tuesday the matter was settled by re cogulsing the principal of the debt as Ared under the Funding Act, but reduc ing the Interest to 8 per cent for fifteen I years and 4 per cent thereafter. The reason eems to be that by funding the debt under the Act of 1874, the valid , and invalid, the legal and fraudulent t portions of the debt became so confused 8 as to defy any efforts of separation. I The qu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 4 July 1879

MONROE. LA., JULY 4, 1870. A CHANGE. VALEDICTORIY. I have disposed of my undivided half-interest In this paper. It belonged to me, and I have a right to sell it. I thought the name of the paper was my exclusive property, and was something not to be sold. My successor thinks different, and I yield. He has my best wishes. G. W. MCCRANXE. July 3, 1879. SALUTATORY. I assume charge of the TELEGR.APIH with a great deal of confidence. My predecessor leaves me foot-loose. The paper will be conducted henceforth on the newspaper plan. G. W. McCRAuIE. July 4, 1879. The Convention by a vote of 84 to 24 decided In favor of Baton Rouge as the State Capital. The reader will find a pretty little piece of poetry on the fourth page, headed "Taps." The old soldiers whose lights are out have some friends left. Col. George W. Carter, who figured prominently a few years ago in the politics of this State, is now acting as the private secretary to Senator Bruce, colored, of Mississippi. The Odd Fellows, at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 4 July 1879

nac kisa 4tsagxapb. MONROE, LA.. JUITLY 4.1879. BY wY. 0. WALKS. 5 In bivouac, on tented field, The hbattle drawn the atn gone down, With neitr dds to yield, Onr any elged b.o erecid town. The dead and nthinly lay pon that o bl d sand woen The ranamne down with close of da g.1ý ehristened Mtent And fo. ithz. hur'led pan L srove to te | The one I loved in distant land. Of those vho lived and those who fell raom Out our home-recruited bmand when o'er the fieold the bugle blat Rang out is muair-sounding "taps" epe an'e voice in aeeents grim ld"o-s ant time flabr writlng'spassed, so 'douse t glim.' " _Long yesr have parsed since that sad day. I took may hevronA long ago And gave them, with thepower to way. bo one I wrote from eld of woe, And told her how my hurried note Was stopped by voice of eaptain grim Who eane upon me as I wrote And ordered me to "doese the lim" And toten--often since that time, The infhntry that round us gew t n lht-time would fail into uine- At bed-time-stouch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 11 July 1879

VOLUME XIV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1879. NUMBER 44. THE TELEGRAPH: Pblishad every Prday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. CS.. W.. ~oC7Ea..A6Z3E.S Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSORIPTION. One copy, one year.......... ................ 4,00 One copy, aix month,.......................... 2,50 ADVANgO A"TEU: One copy, one year ........ ............ 53,00 One copy, six montl ............................2,0o0 T% ARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. A Ivertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of spae or less) for the first, and eventy ive cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows : nxxarusU 5q'nas. 1 m. 2mn.3m. 6m. 12an. One ...................... 11 15 Two..... ...... 6 5 10 13 20 25 Three....; ......... 10 00 15 17 26 35 Four....................... 13 00 20 23 82 45 Five...................... 27 40 50 Ten (3S col........26 40 50 70 90o Fifteen (( coL)....... 0 0 55 70 90 130 Twenty-one ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 11 July 1879

*aktchita kelegrap h. 0. W. MeUt*lU. sgil uir. Oelal Journal of te.Pardsh of Ousehits. O3elal Journal ef the City of Monroe. Mi. MOtOK, LA.. JULY 11. 1879. THIE CONVENTION. To an outsider-with the mercury in the 90's, no breeze in the shade and no endurlng fair sunshine-restive, impa ient, and becoming more and more befogged with every report-the pro. gress of our assembled wisdom seems to be rather slow and expensive. The most notable articles adopted since our last are: I. That privileges on movables under existing laws, or that may hereafter be created, shall exist and operate against third persons without being recorded. II. To protect laborers on buildings, streets, roads, railroads, canais and other similar works against failures of contractors and sub-contractors to pay their current wages when due, and to make the corporation, company or in dividuals for whose benefit the *ork is done, responsible for their ultimate payment. - The passage of the resolution appro priating $...

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