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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 19 September 1879

MONROE, LA., SEPTEMBER 19, 1879. FOR SENATOR. The friends of Capt. E. E. KIDD will pre sent his name as a candidate for the Senate, to the Convention to be held October 2nd, 1879, at Monroe, La. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announoe Judge Tros. A. GAaTrr as a candidate for District Attorney of the Fifth District, posed of the Parishes of Onachita and Ichland. Subject to action of Democratic • uvention. We are authorized to announce W. N. Porne, Esaq., as a candidate for re-election to the office of District Attorney of the Fifth District. Subject to nomination of the Demooratic Convention. Our thanks are due Judge R. W. Richardson for a copy of the new I Constitution. Natchez and several other places have raised the river quarantine against New Orleans, but Vicksburg still per slats in the folly. The weather has been all that could be required by farmers for gathering cotton, and picking has progressed I most favorably. Ginning and packing are held in abeyance. Attent...

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 September 1879

.whlebts.t ~o as in ietber th stle sppt. I be p ys placedthe highest esti- so ita t i; iIP in et toe I ;shrunk .ftoar the weighty= rasp `ue bility which tsehati ve i h li- - posead it.: very grave ooJh tui t ..' of public affaidr Atd I rear the- c U lng Iens s-f a IWht With 'n _'e i ' pepeepiex.ihi to the- S op eat -,"m w whmah Whilne t they nlthtt -well' gie tp and Ireneeas W thettaeipatriot*. m roud bt oe a b u r4 odi Periies p e the daliungt ahhe noblest al staenergies a tre ms,, steadfat icot` age q wabomslopvt ~ igeIs to s>} not Iinvi edt so. - wOuld ernot shralink frome time to come vmyw dierly to ie acoeptionh tounmyinatleit e which you bi have bean pleaseitd to hlader moeygur Supt-o a te en ofbiao most binding, asture, the emarcs hipeE atives the first and paramount duty of the good it en. It is themis onsideratto pensablee of altention to my prme, after afnxioust would be a bad augury "of 'ila fitness o shoughtld one asrig to the chIef mag- ne istrao bcom seek the d...

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 September 1879

VOLUME XV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1879. NUMBER 83. THE TELEGRAPH: Pablished every Priday. AT i' f) ROSE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. 1r "T. MoOR IBAL·T21, Editor and Proprietor. "'GlTMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One ,:,'py, one year,............................. $4,00 One ."opy, six months,.......................... 2,50 S ADVANCE RATS: One copy. one year,.......... ..................3,00 One copy, six months............................2,00 T.~.Ii'FF OF ADVERTISING RATES. A I vertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch ot space or less) for the first, and seventy fivo cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows: NUMuRa sq'aEs. Im.2m.8m.6m. 12m. One.............. 50 $ 8 111 15 Two...................;.... 650 10 13 20 25 Three ..................... 10 001 151 1?7 26 835 Four....................... 00 2 23 82 45 Five...................... 15 00 251 27 40o 50 Ten ()C ol.)........... 2 00 4 50 70...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 26 September 1879

_. W. ittn.oAm 3edNilt os OUeialJeCaaI e-title1 per Osaeldtm. OMeWl eammal 1 theity et Marea. TheNeis Orleaus Democrat in an ably: writ artlle @ moerelhan two coapanns ip length, (deol$le-alinded to give it alres, aot weight,) enporpses its prereace for Hoe. L. A. Wilts as thi DemouratIC nom sie for Govweeor. The Demoorat hab sit rprlpdaie at all, ioaanmauch aiswaiaderstoi weak ago that Gov. Wils was the Demo rat's cholee. Not -are we at all dle posed to argue with the Democra about its cholce-of a leader. We re. cognise the executive ability of. mi. Wilts, and admire his" .rneasaa indomltable energy. His rapfdiasut along the steep grade of Of.elat relr ment hba bemen wepprable,_ aud what is a matter of pridel to his lriends is that he has ieen steadily ascending. If sustaind-popll arity as a leader be a crucial stit, Mr. Wilts's supporters are not. lacking for a strong eard. It would give us pleasure to copy the Democrat's article in full, but its great length overreaches our pr...

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 September 1879

MONROE. LA., 8EPTEMBER 2B, 1879. AINWORMamuQwIT. FOR SENATOR. The friends of Capt. E. E. KEB will pre sent his name as a eandidate for the Senate, to the Convention to be held October 2nd, 1879, at Monroe, La. FOR DISTRIBT ATTORNEY. We are authorised to announce Judge Taos. A. GAsaRRT as a. candidate for Districot Attorney of the Fifth District, ahposed of the Parishes of Ouachita and ebland. Subject to action of Democratic convention. Rain is badly needed by everything and everybody, the cotton planters excepted. Heavy receipts of cotton and a rush. lug business are the glad tidings we receive from Trenton. Planters are. gathering the staple withahurrah. From one-third toone. half of the crop has been already picked. Private dispatches received yester day stated that cotton had advanced ic at New Orleans and the tendency was still upward. The receipts of cotton at the Monroe cotton yard, according to the report of Mr. Surghnor, City Weigher, for the week, ending at. noon yesterday...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 26 September 1879

1t• r·C·. ".: . ",<s - arY~,,eo ,faCdd.e ,. ps otX ga4," bursing a toI suggested, v .tsol and. -n 4 big as a wanut.. t Bih rd here," suggested t N' ai and here," I said, as I a t. ht of? the drift and exhibited a o il ant taken out. T 06.d I h j e "lamnor :also ; it was Ilke • the' murmur of distant waves. We 1 shook:. the: ropya td i~ieeingnO'anh I swer to our. igna, uoicludei.. tlhat something 'important had ;happened, as our mates abouve id b"e evidhttly left I the windlsp. A, mompnt . later a I shadow appeared above, and Bill's voice was htard' iCsdtl i : 1 -,Come idp, bboys, and see' the big I fnd." - W "Wherels it?'" I asked on reaching '! the snrfade; .but I searcely need to ask for it must be'. where the crowd was I collested some fifty yayds distant from 4 our claimr., The lowd was .irge and every moment increasing, but beiig I brawny and 'broad - shouldered, II pushed my ray throcgh it, and was I almost overwhelmed with astonish ment at the sight that greeted my- ...

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. — 3 October 1879

VOLUME XV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1879. . NUMBER 4. THE TELEGRAPH: Pabliske4 every Friday. AT MONROE, OACOHITA PARISH, LA. G*-W . IBoo3F.A2INTEM. Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year,............................ $4,00 One copy, six months .......................... 2,6C ADVASOr RATS: One copy, one year,............ .................8,0 One copy, six months..........................2,0C TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. A Ivertlsements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less) for the lirat, and seventy live cents for each subsequent insertion, fox any time under one month. For longer periods as follows : Nma.,e'nss. _1 m.-2m.iSm.6 .1.m12m. One................ ... $ 811# 15 Two.............. 6 10 13 20 25 Three .................... 1000 15 17 26 85 our..... 1 ............. 100 f 2332 45 Five ..................... 15 00 27 40 50 T"en(4 col.)...........26 00l 40 50 70 90 Fifteen(3a ol.)...... 4000 51...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 3 October 1879

*xRtlitla t*lta b 0. W. eoiANum. uadr.. - OMelal Jearnal of the Parish of Oasehit. Oelaln Joer.al e the City of Mree. MONo. LA.0i.O0mOU a8, ISt. . ORB PREBIDENT : ' c.7' . . S." 4B4V COCt'. o: PN) wTLVAMIZA. Lw1 Lt R o, q NU. WVP AND NEWO The feasibility of building a railroad from ltUSIe Hoek- t New Orleans bhais been a milter ib speculation for yaa. The;read ,,is .complete 10k LitUte 'Roet to Pine Blff A :road from New Orleans to Al exanduia Is ita proesso of construo teon. The gap, , , is between Pine Blnar, Arkamis, and Alexandrial Louisiana, a .distannes· of. nearly two huadredt:mlles. The section of coun try tratersed is noted for the Ier tilityo.f Its soil, for the salubrity of tai.ane , 4a its varied productions --l.ir and the undeveloped wealth-"o iel resourcese It abounds wts tbayous, rivers and creeks of great leasg( which, daring the winter and rajin a steamers, smmera are - bli, and make it neeseary to haul long dlbtelnio, or purchase supplies for a year t a time w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 3 October 1879

Ouachita ft arps. MONROE. LA., OCTOBEnR 8.1879. Meemrs. Reed and Tull have, we are informed, secured a patent for their new gyroscopic governor. The patet was issued on the 16th. Mayor Endom is having the old wooden livery stable, corner Deflard and St. John streets, removed. It will be a thing of the past within a week. p- The Postmaster at one of the Impor tant offices of this State has told us not flatteringly, we hope-that the ! TELmEGRAPR is more anxiously sought I for and read than any paper coming to I his office. The Day of Atonement--the 27th- i was religiously observed by the Israel ites of Monroe. The services at the r Temple were conducted by Mr.Kaliski as minister. The music was excep tionably fine. Jonas Meyer, merchant tailor and dealer in clothing, returned from an extended Eastern tour last Friday, and I claims to have been so fortunate as to procura a stock that will meet all the ! wants of the Monroe trade. The receipts of cotton at the Monroe cotton yard for the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 3 October 1879

MOIlROR . LA.,° iJOBI3R 87.1 . .5 ..Iemu t se.bOd. ho. e . . h n a .... d ia nutb" .... oa t, tbe Q ek ý edos d . a1 l Te W - thae os- a ý mquietlon, obu ter - pa . "Per, mor aoIt Ipetwlo. t . dbat w i-de note. Dt~ anot beit .eraes le e a efr mbil "odoedeallhn i lt am hit now *posoonde em b ! as at h S hotpe, * *iaig'I an der w'-i e:oPelabeoribin' bitvnr hit'S. 'I doe lih r T"o oflr skeri; om' d des by. some kin' er Ih er ge ilow,; thed ý ; fu(dor eea' word " tr Mrh yn e*tb ,er, Otr s z dev asy, bt oId u`.ght b jublous ee a nlgger proireie , in.. ateh er tloer knot s dd @ he a' otu _ oult terslim, lUaber .ountr flt-igg er tnk eea Swehn do note. Dat war labeon niggera or buteig proft odd Teessot l-buthow am hit now? ter bori' et I wsm turned looe' in de pat mo'd be mo' laborfor nI rs in din c'.nr do nex week dan all daem h nd whts in dat i col It has bZa justly Hk'd . by deo Brt of-Ithbur l mL-ds. neigger sot And the old man made a mouth at the tlephne nd went o whist mdald n Sy o...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 10 October 1879

VOLUME XV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1879. NUMBER , THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Friday, AT rMONROE, OUACHITA PARISH. LA. Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year,........................ 4,00 One copy, six months,.................... 2,59 ADVANOE RATEs: One copy, one year,................................,00 One copy, six months............................ 2,00 TA.RI'FF OF ADVERTISING RATES. A lvertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch ot 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: NUMBER SQ'RES. 1 m.2m.3m.6m. 12m. One.......................I  -3 50- 8111- 15 Two ........................ 6 501 101 131 20 25 Three ..................... 10 00 111 17 21 35 Four ....................... 13 001 201 23 82 45 Five.............. 15 001 251 271 401 50 Ten ( eol.)......... 2000 40 50 70" 90 Fifteen( col.)....... 40...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 10 October 1879

I pach's Op ranmle, Chi S- District Ea i On moth . - ; 3 N.f *Ao e * w e l , G . ( was electe 10. 1879. the Conv a w u*~~5 ~,q C On mot( agg-- N . well, t. w ji=.. perºlne one moen uAwiR .a-ues COYVENTWN.. district. ;e Demnoette State Convention commt wiisaisd0to rier at 12: 8. M.. Mo- L. Matth d~, ir Hon. Albert Voorhees, prem- of Jack lent of the State Central Committee. After t _oi~..Loums Texada, of Rapidse, was mittee, chosen temporary chairman. A com- mo ed mittee of nine on credentials was ap- Ouachiýt pointed and after various recesees and the ee inexncusable ;onfusion and tumult, an ment ca org tion was eeoted on aTuesday, After and Louis A. Wilts and F. N. Ogden followip put in nomination for Governor. The To the C fst eallot resulted in favor of Wilts Demo by a Vote of 270 to 174. An adjourn- for th medat followed until Wednesday morn- Your .g. 'D." ] ery , of Oachita, and permani Lous Texadt of Bapids, were placed b the before the Oonivention for Lieut. Gov- f rep...

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. — 10 October 1879

O uact hita exegtt MONROE. LA.. OCTOBER 10, 1879. Democratic Judicial District Nominees. FOR JUDGE: JUDGE R. W. RICHARDSON, of Ousechta. FOR DIETRICr ATTORNEY : F. G. HUDSON, ESQ., of AReAlad. = FOR SHERIFF. OUACHIrI PiaaRI, LA., Oct. 9, 1879. tt.G. . MecCrane : Please announce me as an Independent Conservative candidate for the Sheri's offie of this Parish. I make a direct ap peal to the ople, tfor in them the power W. .. CHAMBLISS. Master G. T. Covington, son of Mr. J. A. Covington, of this parish, was among the cadets who left last week for Baton Rouge. We failed to get his name last week. The firemen had their engine out Monday for a ",regular washiag," but the Pride of Monroe was not up to the standard exactly. Boys, look out for your engine and for fires. Drummers are plentiful throughout the land, much to the gratification of hotel and livery stable keepers. The merchants appear to be buying rather cautiously, which is not a bad sign for the country. Mr. J. L. Dickerson for...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 10 October 1879

sedead; therer. isp athe wa of bueineec, siMorse, never OCc di tthe itori to spe d publi 4*ti~r'~,A'yA~lih * rlanisc t of the phace.sir heir sv ubk enbts. Cer Whyg~qa~sTlc5rfor .ll the 1uhut The ae, tosuccasmb. If4b bur downr it lb out next i%" *tki account of the Tiie Arch which d-e nt~·~rci~aMcJr , ,Boston only ;ssjitbea4.w9~~?~~ Rpap'~ !irs thotigh their' ii~.ti5JaPgi.::sie'CQ W9S et!lw. The waor zecdgr theMifphis Avalanche can nhtie fQWittau-hOW it carried- its presPi/i~ oa to poinDt as the Un ion armlies advanced, and printed its ediiobrteeryhere and anywhere, bit alt vJh.iieSiero. The religion of the Joumnaistl his trade. To him it is- a fkOtofy-m his desk at- the ap. c '+( ger.. Irtke fbe gen'etel at thhe.md.of-hisa-rmy he would be Ibrever 4laeed in his own eyes if the, eye~s, coming ith what abs.qI t mightidid inot fiad-him In command. The :inome of the Memphis editor stops, biits his etense, do not. He fghts for others and pays for the priv lege. He urges courage. He is -s...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 17 October 1879

VOLUME XV. MONRAX LOUISIANA,. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1879. NggI 1 . 1· . · . THE TELEGRAPH: PabliWhed eoery rAday. AT'` MONROE, OUAOIRITA PARISH, LA. g-. C . . lEoQOZE,.I 'Z7'. Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSORIPTION. One copy, one year,........... .................. 4,00 One copy, six months,................. ....... 2,60 One copy, one year .... ...............3,00 One copy, six months ........ ..................»,00 TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. A Ivertisements will be inserted at on. dollar and fity cents per square (one inch i ot 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: NURsBu sq'iRs. 1 m.2m.3m.6m. 12m. One.. ............... 84 $ 4 s 1is 15i Three ..................0 3 15 1? 25 25 Four................. i3 001 20 2 32 45 Five .............. 15 25 1 40 50 Ten ( col.)........... 26 00 40 70 90 Fifteen(R coL)...... 40 00 70 90 130 Twenty-one (t1 .)... 50 00 70 85 125 175 Cards o...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 17 October 1879

OAeleal hra etl Warlhh ofro I. a obs.l aO iii dr4m. city force. le(a kas ovajrop, 1a+01WU0 17 1879. . ll tier r. " . . ' ..7 ILDENT : of tha O-W PENNSYLVANIA.i. ha' lei • r .T. . . a ,0TIC TCWEET. del _ . " -Re [New. Orleans Demaorat, Oct. 10.] 7 Thire .fall tieket nominated by the to Democratic Convention at Baton Rouge eg will be found at the; head of the col- He umta of the Democrat this morning. the The candidates are well known to the the people of Louislana, and need little, pa if any, Introduction at our hands. Of ] Gov. Wilts we have already spoken, MI and his splendid record as a public Cu man and party leader is familiar to wil every man, woman and child in this E State. se Hon. S. D. HMcllnery, who occuplese tio the second place on the ticket as can- eli didate for Lieienant Governor, has tioi not. been so prominently in politeal me life. But, a-true patriot, he has in In I every eamragign in the State spared mll time fronmi He professional duties to de- hol vote to the ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 17 October 1879

iacathita etlgraph. MONROE, LA.. OCTOBER 17, 1879. Democratic Nominees th Judicial Distrlet FOR JUDone: JUDGE R. W. BICHARDSON, a of Ouachita. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNE]Y : F. G. HUDBON, ESQ, c of Richland. S FO SHERIPF. - OUAOIrTA Pa s*I, LA., Oct. 9, 1879. O. i. McCranie: lidse announce me as an Independent Conservative candidate for the 8horir'd office of this Parish. I make a direct ap peal to the eple, for in them the power Wp.eou . CHAMBLIs. Mr. Surghnor, city weigher, reports having weighed 405 bales cotton for a the week ending at noon yesterday. I Total to date, 2820 bales. Policeman Mooney with his chain a gang has been doing good service the 1 past week repairing street gutters and a crossings. It is in order for property- a holders to repair their dilapidated side a walks. Here's yer DAILY TELEGRAPH ! No, hold up, boys ! Our subscription list still lacks a few names and our advertising columns a few more adver tisements. We'll be along though, t bye an' bye, and then Monroe w...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 17 October 1879

MON6f LA;,; 4OER 1. 1579.f : jp,,, let. ~ he p ataonth of haopgis ;at-th a t pw toeing at foar tare asland e fund •.;' h'r"';~wic i mthe ost kt for te p ever tppar msni in to gste hisn teys found li ht of a gate; mod the southemast they We oie o .in 4pwacl Ih atteup-tikeg to holes eat the boait bshe was stovre and iostam th. wvJý$:d vied~s; risings line w esotoin etheareynsi to a tree on the shoe, uppo which the captain and two Wneta# e.de their escape frm the Wreck, wia mi. apenow strasded and fast breaking u . . e The redmi r of n the  crews onoaist leg ofour sailors, atelrd, aigwgbo ess, and one femage pseeng (a girl doix tapo and the  or ted Itaed on her) war edrowaned*, g eT 4oq were ounra o 'hheburls ne a os day on t ae than rie uto _ r 0easom1e odasarn vandn Ot*e tte dptimo rbid cthel .h by v*t o ming paqe ve and dis tui phe. Ieoing pdc iof poor ha manity in order itfea st his eyes on the sight of a ewn u anoidering bones. Whis e engaged In his ghoul-like oc cupation ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 24 October 1879

VOLUME XV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1879. NUMBER 7. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Friday. AT .~1ONROE, OUACHITA PARISH. LA. G. T-o . hMoCsRANIT" , Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year,............................. 4,00 One copy, six months........................ 2.50 ADVANOB rATS: One copy, one year,..............................3,00 One copy, six months.................................00 TAIIiLFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. A Ivertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fify cents per square (one inch ot space or less) for the first, and seventy tivo cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows : NUxIOIn sQ'RES. 1 m. 2 m. 3m. Om. l2m. On-e ........................ 3 50 6 8 119 15 Two .................6 50 10 13 20 25 Three .................... 10 00 15 17 26 35 Four .................... 13 00 20 231 32 45 Five .............. 15 00 25 27 40 50 Ten (% col.)........... 00 40 50 70 90 Fifte...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 24 October 1879

a. W. ai.'oAUI. Mitter. Oelal Jearsal of the Parish .o Ouaehlt. OMel Jomaraa of the City of eanroe. MOaNRONao, A.. 00COBER 24. 1879. FOR PREBIDENT : G . W. . Hafl'2XCOCE' OF PENNSYLVANIA. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET For Governor, LOUIS A. WILTZ, of Orleans. For Lieutenant Governor, S. D. MoENERY, of Onachita. For Secretary of State, W. A. STRONG, of Winn. For Auditor, ALLEN JUMEL, of Iberville. For Attorney General, JAI. O. EGAN, of Claiborne. For Superintendent Public Education, E. H. FAY, of East Fellelana. The departure of the Democratic campaigners, Gov. L. A. Wiltz, ex. Gov. John McEnery, Col. S. D. Mc. Enery, Glen. Randall Gibson, Gen. J. Floyd King, Hon. F. P. Poche and others, from New Orleans for Baton Bonge on board the steamer E. J. Gay was witnessed and encouraged by a large crowd on Monday evening. Capt. Sambola, with a section of artillery, gave them a parting salvo. The cam paign is fully Inaugurated and the vim and energy of the party Is a warrant that It will be prosec...

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