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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 11 July 1879

Ouachita t gtrzaph. MONROE. LA.. JULY 11. 1879. Be very particular about fire this dry weather. A very small spark will make a big fire. Yesterday and the day before the thermometer marked 97, at 3 o'clock p. m., in this office-as high as it has reached any time this summer. Whose goats are those across the river? A lot of darkies heard their loud calls the other day, and concluded it was some one asking an interview from the opposite shore. If the West Carroll Courier really wants an advertisement from the Lou isiana lottery, we have no doubt the Courier can secure it by addressing M. Dauphin, president, New Orleans. This paper, as we stated, declined the se ductive offer. We print this week Burns's poem, "The Cotter's Saturday Night." It is seldom that the newspaper reader finds these old poems outside the books, and there may be some who have yet to read this splendid production of Scot land's Bard. Apart from this view, and the literary merits of the poem not considered, Louisia...

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 July 1879

*#a hitta Itlgraph. MONROE. LA., JULY 11,1879. THE FIrET BANJO. Go 'way, fddlef-! lks is tired o' hearin' y on aspalkin' . p'rýi]ioi "r y'& bete--on't you bo h d banjo she's wine to Ab0'lde_ nD ýam" tail, sheA gwlne t, lecter ladies listen ! About do ha'r what isn't dar, an' why do ha'r is missin'. ,Dar's gwnne to be an oberflow," said Noah lookin' solemn For Noab tnk do Herald, an' he road do ribber colunmn An' ,so he sot his hands to work a-claring timber patches . An' 'lowed he swine to build a boat to heboat do steamaha Natches. Ole Noah khep a-nallin', an' a-chipin', an' a-sawin' An'all de wicked neighbors kep'a-laughin' hn' a-pobawin' ; But Noah didn't min' 'en-knowin' what wus swine to happen; An' ort days an' forty nights do rain it keop a drappin'. Now, Noah had done kotched a lot ob ebry aort o' beas'es Oh all do shows a-trabblin', it beat 'em all He hod a Morgan colt an' ebrel head o' Juary cfatle- An' drav 'em 'board de Ark as soon's he heard de thunder rattle. Den ...

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 July 1879

VOLUME XIV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1879. NUMBER 45. THE -TELEGRAPH: Pablished every Prliday. AT 3tONROE, OUAOHITA PARISH, LA. C.. w5. 3h~o=OIA3E~ll. Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year ......................... 4,,,0(_ One copy, six months,........................... 2,64 ADVANOH nATeS: One copy, one year ............. 3,.... One copy, sia 1nontb.......... ".................2,4( TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. AJvortisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or lees) for the first, and seventy live cents for each subsequent insertion, for any tnie under one month. For longer periods as follows : NUN.. t sq'uns. 1 m.2m.3m.6 m. 12 m. One..............63 $ of 811 15 Two ....................... 6511 13 20 25 T'hree............... 10 0o 15 17 26 35 Four.................... 130 0 23 32 45 Five............... 15 00 25 27 401 05 -fteen(o 1.)......4) 01 55 70 90 10l T0wenty-one (1 c.)... 50 00 75 85 125 175 Car...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 18 July 1879

ua chitaz ler1aApb. O. w. nltOcO a. Msevr., Oeial JoI.ral ef tie Par~i of lua.t. Oneval Jarual asI the City ef o re MONROE. LA.. JULY 18. 1879. TIE CO(NVEUUTION. We resume our synopeis of the pro ceedings of the Constitutional Conven tion. The regulation of the sale of alco hollc and spirituous liquors is declared a police regulation, and the General Assembly may enact laws regulating its sale and use. The Louisiana Lottery Company is recognized as a contract binding on the State, except as to the monopoly clause, which Is declared void. The company immediately accepted the condition and filed a written renuncia tion of that feature of its charter. The General Assembly can grant charters to any parties on the payment of a leeense of not less than $40,000 per annum. Gambling is declared to be a vices -and the General Assembly shall enact 1 laws for its suppression. Query: What are lotteries ? Citizenship is fixed at one year's residence In the State, six months in the parish and thir...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 18 July 1879

uarchita 1tlegraph. MONROE. LA., JULY 18, 1879. A mail route has been established to Lake Providenoe, via Floyd, Bastrop and Farmerville. Mr. Marcus Well has removed to the store formerly occupied by Morris Boos, corner of DeSiard and Second streets. Joe Chatham, the polite news agent on the railroad, has our thanks for numerous favors. Joe is a polite, de serving young fellow. Mr. Rills will move his bookstore on the first of August next Into the store now occupied by J. L. Kaliski, nearly opposite S. Meyer. Judge N. M. Smith, of Jackson, one of the two Senatorial delegates from this district to the Convention, passed through Monroe Sunday on his way bome. The Judge was in bad health. Mr. U. D. King has shown us a very vigorous and large stalk of cotton and one of corn grown upon his place .east of Monroe some four or five miles. We wish all the corn and cotton in the country looked only half as well. The match game of base ball between the Gum Swamp (Morehouse parish) and the Colo...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 18 July 1879

*nuarhita 5tlrtgapb. MONROE, LA., JULY 18. 1870. ' [. f r. Dprt. Ibe <tallo.in hitsoff pretty dfirly ta fllitWidh noediscourses.sre V - ei tren, the words of my text od [ther Huibbard, she went to the cup : 1get her poor dog a bone; Ba hen sho got tbore the cupbouard was And she poor dog had none.' Thepe beautiful words, dear friends, cary with them a solemn lesson. I propose this evening to analyse their msctni~ and attempt to apply it, lofty ait may be, to our every-day life: OLMother Hubbard. she wont to the cup board, To get her poor dog a bone. Mother Hubbard, you see, was old; there being no mention madeof others, we may presume she was alone; a widow-a friendless, old, solitary wid ow. Yet did she despair? Did she sit down and weep, or read a novel, or wring her hands? No, she went to the cupboard. And here observe that she 'went' to the cupboard. She did * not hop, or skip, or`run; or jump, or use any other peripatetic artifice; she solely and merely 'went' to, the cup tb...

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 July 1879

VOLUME XIV. .MONROE LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1879. - NUMBER 46. TUE TELEGRAPH: Publsaed every ridasy. AT IONROR, OUARHITA PARISH, LA. C.. W.3. Moa .EA WZ.o Editor and Proprietor. "ERNMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. O one iiy, Oe .py, ................ . . ,0 ADVAxoa ialas: One copy, one year ..............................00 One copy, aiz months ............................. ,00 T IIUFF OF ADVERTISING IRATB. A.Ivertiements will be isaerted atone dollar and fifty centas per quare (oneinch * of apace or les) for the frt, and sevensty fve cents for each absuonent naserton,for any. tim under one month. For longer periods- allow : NuK G-e aq'nie. m2 In m. ISM . One ...................... 3 I S 11 15l i Two ............. 1 It 1o 2- 25 Three...................10oI I 1 2S 35 Four ...................18 I 23 i 81 45 Five. . ... 31 7  7 40 B0 TFieent(o coL)... 40 00 180 Twenty-one (t o.)... 80 7 85 1017b ards of a persoal ehrnter-when ad misaible-wilr be oharged double our rego lar advertdising rates. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 25 July 1879

q,.gtuhuraai s~eadsN I fie. MONROE. LA.. JULY 35, 1879. -_, -I E OT IT UN3VHAMTS. . We have had occaslon lately to re quire te use of two or three articles eomuprised In every general assortment of merchandise, which, however, could not be had.at any house in town. Are not our ierehlants elightly amenable to the harge of a want of enterprise, when having, as they do, such superior facilities for supplying their establish mets, they notwithstanding have la quiries for artlels of everyday use they cannot supply ? Such a thing, we dare say, could not occur on the other side of Mason & Dixon's line. There, business Is made a study and is re duced to a system, no matter what branch Is followed. It ought to be so here, and would be, if people generally would consult their best Interests. Occasionally we meet up with a Soqthern man who appreciates the fact that life, health and the vlgor of man hood are blessings bestowed upon us for a purpose-that labor, both mental and physical, Is...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 25 July 1879

*nachitra tlegraph. MONROE, LA.. JULY 25. 1879. Special Notice a After the 1st of August, 1879, all legal ad vertisements appearing in this paper must tbe paid for after the first publication; other wise, such advertisements will be discon tinued. Administrators, attorneys and of Seers of the law will please bear this regu lation in mind. It will diminish their la bors, and will save us a serious lose, borne too long already. Judge R. G. Smith, of Caldwell, the able Judge of the Catahoula district, has been in Monroe several days on a visit to his numerous friends and ac quaintances in this city and the coun try adjacent. An associated press dispatch from New Orleans, of the 22d, says it is re garded as certain that "theConvention will finally adjourn Thursday," (yes terday). It would not be an improper punishment to send all the delegates back. Nothing has been heard from Mr. J. I. McGinnis whose mysterious disap pearanee from Monroe ou the 14th ult., we noticed two weeks ago. The ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 25 July 1879

tMONROE, LA., JULY 25, 1879. A IOUNTAIN OF SALT waried is the Earth at Avery's Island. [New Orleans Times.] In the.year 1862, durlng Confederate times, whoen the Sotiltein country was .out ei .from communleation with the outside world by blockades, a resort was had to certain salt wells In the parish of Iberia, near the head of Vet milllon Bay, and eight miles south of the town of New Iberia, for, the menu- fretire of salt. The wells weresituated on lands belonging to the Airery, a well-known family in that abctioa. In th.e year . mentioed the Averysi en gaged. In boillng the waters of -these wells and thus obtaled an. excellent qoality -of salt. The place wa: then called Petit Anse, buit it Is:now gene rally known as Averys Island. As the water supply declined these wells were opened deeper, and this process was kept -up until at last hrd bottom was found, ;whleh at firet--was supposed to be solid rock, and the water supply wholly failed. The ope rators, however, were not long,:in...

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

VOLUME XIV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1879. NUMBER 47. THE TELEGRAPH: kP.abied er.. riday., AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. ca,- tT. HcoWR E..dia,., =, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ono copy, one yer .................. ....... l.00 _oe copy, six month., ....................... 2,60 ADVAIEOI sAne: no copy. one yur ..................... . 000 One .copy, aix months. ........ .................. "p_'- TA.1tFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. A Ivertisements will be inserted at one dollar ant fifty cents per square (one inch of space or lees) for the first, and asventy live cents for each subsequent insertlon, or any tine under one month. For longer periods as follows : nux aS aq'nas. I m.2m.3m.6m.2. One............... P 0) 1 8$ 16 15 Two......................0 1 1 120 26 'threeo ................10 011 1711 16 Four ..................... 13 20 23 32 45 Five ....................... 15 25 40 0 'Ten (34 eel.).......... 0 90 Y our........... as is Twenty-one ( c.)... l0 007 7...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 1 August 1879

*ttrcita5 5.Iarxpk. e. W. !sanaU Ut ps. Ofelal e.nras o the w hb of oroaeits. o@ sstee J eraal a he City of Yearns. 'oaorsi, LA.. AUoUST 1s79e. THN gTUDI O]F ]PO1ITICS A DUTY. * It is becoming quitefashionable with certain newspapers and a small class of our people to deprecate the discussion of political topics. Vague and undo ined allusions are made by these would be reformers to country editors and pol. iticians who are guilty of the trans gression-of upholding their country's honor and interests, as strife-breede s and maloonteats, aspersions, singularly enough, ealled from the cholcevocabu lary of the Radicals themselves. It Is a mistaken notion to suppose that any people living under a repub ieian form of government, even though it be restricted as ours is, can perpetu ate the blessings of liberty without the discussion of politics. An individual can make no contession more humiliat ing than that he is Indifferent about the politics of his country. He should not only take prid...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 1 August 1879

narhkita t titgaph. MONROE, LA., AUGUST 1. 1879. Special Notice I After the 1st of August, 1879, all legal ad vertisemenlts appearing in this paper must be paid forafter the first publication; other wise, such advertisements will be discon tinned. Administrators, attorneys and of ficr of the law will please bear this regu lation in mind. It will diminish their la bors, and will save us a serious loss, borne too long already. The City street gang now musters seven able - bodied freedmen. And they seem to enjoy life just as well as if they were sovereigns in Kansas. There was a heavy exodus of families of Monroe, last year, to the "moun tains." Are the summer residences, schoolhouses, wagons and tents in apple-pie order, now ? Travelers from this direction are re quired to give satisfactory evidence, before crossing Red river at Shreve port, that they have not been in any place infected with yellow fever, or in "the neighborhood" of such place, since the first of last month. Removal. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 1 August 1879

Osrastixa"R .itp MON:oO. LA. AU0ST, . lS& T3E A1RSAS NMaIrUAS ELANNT. r itt at D .do 4e w'arf at Dtse l plio sit, dat's eal aO ' ae w'iiyin lroher' eMyens'. wt rrodlhl abxldolku nt'hom• r :oh l . n not.. frien's, fur " te " - DIý Cabiattbee I t.inkis my mo""" upout der spout, my heart' Unless ells lll you know be I mis de 1 ke honmo ed ase at home, I mim do maOet n' bread, I sometimes feel so hungry, dat I even wish I'm dead. I thonhto.ay o old Mbars John, an' oh' d s'Jenane too. I thoueht bb all de'olkrs at' home, an' oif I thou" itoo ole times, araoun' I thoineht aout de merry song I'11 neb rsinsnmo'. I think I smde corn upon de ole plntatin I thik I  A cotton field, wd niggers in it hoein' I think I seee little folks roll on doe abin I think I heer my ole'st boy playin' do ole balto, I think Ieee .dearyoung Marse Frank, a ridin? run' ad lookin', I think IeeAuni Willy Jane up in do kitehop eookin'," I think Ismb the swet hamn meost a'tryin' on.degridle,- I think I hser, o...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 8 August 1879

VOLUME XIV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1879. NUMBER 48. THE TELEGRAPH: Publishod every Piriday. AT M.ONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. C.. wT. 3WoCRat .11=3, Editor and Proprietor. I'EItILS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year, ................. $4,00 One copy, six muonths,.......................... 2,0 ADVANCo RATEs: Oteo opy, one year................................3,00 One copy, six months............................2,00 T.tRLFI` OF ADVERTISING RATES. A Ivertisemeuts will be inserted at one dollar and iifty cents per square (one inch of space or less) for the firat, and seventy live conts for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one muouth. For longer periods as follows : NUM.Ita sq'ns. 1 m.i2 m. 3m. 6 m. One...................... 3501 $ $ 11 $ 15 'T'wo........................650 10 13 20 25 Throo..................... 10 00 15 17 26 35 "our....................... 3 00 20 32 45 Five...................... 1500 25 27 40 50 Ton (M col.)........... 26 40 50 70 90 lifteoo...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 8 August 1879

R cthita teltgrapb. H. W. uMe A* . 3ld~4tr. Otelal Jourasa of the Parish of Oahita. Oelal Jourmal el the City oft oarme. MONRO. LA., AUGUST 8. 1879. THE NERAL ASE$MBLY. Under the proposed New Constitu tion the next Legislature will meet in New Orleans on the 2d Monday in January, 1880, and the session may be extended to a period of 90 days. Its Acets will be the law of the State for two years, regardless of their good or bad effects. It Is Imposelble, as well as unnecessary, for as to attempt to mark out the course of legislation required to move the new order of things. Suffice it to say, that the main task will be to put up the machinery, and the magni tude of the undertaking may be readily estimated when it is said that every branch and root of the new govern ment will need more or less attention. The place of legislator will be one of honor, as the compensation will no longer make it one of eopldity. The sulaings of the people should have made them wise. There Is material In e...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 8 August 1879

*na hita t.tagraph. MONROE, LA., AUGUST 8, 1879. Special Notice ! After the 1st of August, 1879, all legal ad vertisements appearing in this paper must be paid for after the first publication; other wise, such advertisements will be discon tinued. Administrators, attorneys and of fcers of the law will please bear this regu lation in mind. It will diminnis their la bors, and will save us a serious loss, borne to, long alreaondy. There are about as many idle freed men and freedwomen around town as there is any use for. Is not the road open to Kansas ? One good use to which those yellow jack flags which greeted the eyes of early risers yesterday morning will be put to is making shirts for several little colored urchins who are sadly In need of such garments of comfort. John Ritghons, a freedman employed on Pargoud's upper plantation, died Monday morning, from a cut in the abdomen. John had been in a neigh boring freedman's melon patch, and opening a melon, ration-fashion, let his knife...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 8 August 1879

sa hita s ,tITgrapys. " owN4O, LA., AUGUST s, 1670. BELIE TO D3I 'g4UUT TA'LXPAYERS [C Shreeport S.tandadr] ToIsOOe- the eUaotlOo the $11. 0Oeew obmak taes eonsistently with ademe 1slief to delinquents, and to peME ltor th; wisgo ent of thei 8,000, 00W fOfjalagledbbtednes of the State, S constituted a didleult problem for the Cisin'ieiuIo toasolve. We think that the airteles of the new constitution on the atlject are liberal, and that a great pat of the back taxes will now be paid at least enough to cancel the floating indebtedness. All penalties, costs and charges on taxes and licenses due the State and mnnicipal corporations prior to the first day of January, 1878, are remitted and all the property forfeited shall be redeemable by the payment of the principal and interest, the right of re demption extending to January let, 1881. This is a substantial relief, since the enormous penalties that have attached to delinquents, both for State and cor porate taxes, together with heavy ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 15 August 1879

VOLUME XIV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 45, 1879. ~NUMBER 49. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Friday. A'T SIONROE, OUACIUITA PARISI, L.A. c-. W. W dCoORB.h2%if. Editor and Proprietor. "t'EIMS OF SUISCRIPTION. One copy, one year, .............................. 4,00 One copy, six months .......................... 2,50 ADVANCB sATFS: One copy. one year ............................8,00 One copy,.six months ......................2,00 T.1PFV OF ADVERTISING RATES. Alvertisements will be inserted at one dollar and lifty cents per square (one inch of space or less) for the tlrst, and seventy live oent* for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows: NUM SR sq'nas. 1 mn.2m.3nI.,6n.012m. Oneo............. ......... $3 0 11;$ 15 Twvo ..................... I 50 10 13 20' 25i Throe ..................... 1000 15 17 26, 35 Four...................... 13 00 202 2 3'2 45 Five...................... 15 00 25 27 40' 50' 'Ten (% col.)........... 2 00 40 ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 15 August 1879

e. w. b,. t n ealttl Jefr ti sa lis asds r.w o--es Journal orf the 0$r couselNe. roNRQoU pJ.A. UGVsT 1b. 1879 T iEEAT 0 3i nOiDoeQOLUEs.E In advance of any dedcibin of the vexed question of the "State debt,"' the bondholders are about to. bring snit to enforce their claims; and Mr. Charles O'Connor, their counsel, de clares that, It they are not .paid in full, with T lper cent interest, they Wrill slsee omr State-House. Mr. O'Connor lea distinguished New. York lawyer, and no doubt nepa Just what he soys,, and his ssayigs. always have had great weight with us. But, however much we hlght dier from him on this questrfo, to save argument, we wlr admit that he is entirely eorest ; that he can obtain a judgment ; that he arn.actully levy on the Cspitsl and ea advertise,, pl and buy it in. Dee hot Mr. O'Connor know that the mameat the Capitol .e come private puppeuty atlt would be sulsedt toin asesma bdng totallyea. fltibrajythlogeise, em't Mr. O'anore realise that Its prchasers would ha...

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