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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 24 October 1879

uOacthita trlegraph. MONROE. LA., OCTOBER 24, 1879. Democratic Nominees 5th Judcllal District FOR JUDneO JUDGE R. W. RICHARDSON, of Ouachita. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY : F. G. HUDSON, ESQ., of RicAland. FOR SHERIFF. OUAHITrA PAImSH, LA., Oct. 9, 1879. Ctapt. (. W. tMcOranie : Please announce me as an Independent Conservative candidate for the Sheriff's office of this Parish. I make a direct ap peal to the people, for in them the power lies. Respectfully, W. R. CHAMBLISS. The New Year is approaching, and as 1880 is a leap year, the young men will please take warning and go slow. The City Weigher reports having weighed for the week ending at noon yesterday, 502 bales of cotton. Total bales to date this season, 2822. Mrs. Egan, wife ofJ. C. Egan, Esq., died in Homer a few days ago. We sympathise deeply with the bereaved husband and motherless little children. Monroe has a spacious Opera House, capable of seating five or six hundred people. Many good troupes will be coming South this winter...

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. — 24 October 1879

Ozackita gdtgapya. MONROE. LA.. oaTOBEa R. 11S. [Lynbhhar eww.] We are begtnalng to hear from cr tabi Noertbernjurnals notes that sounad like the threats about King Cotton in 1860. The Phltadelphia Record is dis. turbed by the eodus. The cotton erop will be reduced in quantity, and greatly Inreased In price and this will benefit the planter, and enable him to raise more meat and bread; and yet get as much money for his cotton crop. Cotton mills will shut down. Per haps they will, at thý North, but ad ditional mills will srling up under the advantages of maufacturing on the bill, and we eaq stand the exodus. The Record says: "Should the next cotton crop of the United States fall twenty-five per cent short in consequence of the exodus ex- citement, it would entail a loss of 1,280,000 bales, which, at 111 cents per pound, would exceed the sum of $22, 500,000. It is not probable that there will be a lose so great, but those who are fn nlng the exodus excitement for partisan ends expec...

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. — 31 October 1879

VOLUME XV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 81,1879. N1IUMBR 8. . . . . . ... . ,. . , i , . . .. .  ...   . ._ ... . THE TELEGRAPH: Pablshe4 overy Friday. AT ~tONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSORIPTION. One copy, one year,.............................. y4,00 One copy, six months,.......................... 2,50 ADVAN1Ro RAT3S: One copy, one year, ............................8,00 One copy, six months.......... ..................2,00 TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. A ivertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty conts per square (one inch ot space or less) for the first, and seventy fve cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows : NUMnsa sg'aBn. m.2m.Lm.6m.12m. One................ $ 8 11 15 Two............... ...... 6 51~ 18 2D 25 Three..................... 10 0 151 171 2 35 Pour .....................I 2 231 32 45 lo..................... 15, 2 .40 7 0 'ire .(3eoL)....... 00 4050 70 90 Flft...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 31 October 1879

"' "  b, o Oae"f-t. .. t "r ,ii O! l tNSYLYANIA. For WoWver Ano S. .~A.  O ,LTZ, of wrins... : For For AuLietdito vernor, S."D. 'M UNERY, For Steteetaryof Statb . o, W. A. ST ,NG, of Wian. , . of Oliborne.. -. .ForSp rinendeat . OPubc Education, - . H... .AY, of- ast Fllisniaa. [Chrom the Ouachita Telegraph, December Mltb,-18.] Major General Hancock, the new commander of the 5th mlltary district, has reached New Orleans and assumed conmmand, and the people tf Louisiana and Texas have reason to rejoice that .he has, for never have a peoplesuftred so many indignities and needless per secutions asthese have, ince this con partment ajn command, would have been hailed with delight, but when I the bhange brings to .: commander I suchas Ge:. military off eor wi t theex ded views of a states- 1 man, the people have a right to rejoice I exceedingly, and not to do so would Indicate a loss of patriotism and a want of.gratltude. It is a change, to all ap pearanoes, from the darkness and...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 31 October 1879

*uacbita tl tgraph. MONROE, LA., OCTOBER 81, 1879. Demeerate Neaoinees ith Juadiial Distriet Pon av om: JUDGE R. W. RICHARDBON, of Ouachita. wOR DIaeIOT ATroBnEY F. G. HUDBON, ESQ-, of Ricland. FOnR SHERIFF. O OuAmrr PAuseA, La., Oct. 9, 1879. lspl. s. W. McCroase : Please announce me as an Independent Conservative candidate for the Sherls'. ofee of this Parish. I make a direct ap peal to the people, for in them the power lies. Respectfully, W. R. CHAMBLISS. Wa B$eaeanber the printer when you sell your eotton. No amusements in prospect so far as we have heard. Weather extremely dry, and dust prevailing everywhere. Several fonts of new Job type re cently received at this office. Between a circus and a barbecue it is hard to tell which our colored friends admire the meet. We announce to the printing frater nity that we east four good inking rollers the pest week. There was a white frost here last Saturday morning. It was deemed of such importance as to be telegraphed to the Associated...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 31 October 1879

M . oo ;.&,4i'i ie 81s. 179. aI t` tw e nAb) lils wa + di l « os3 oaly wonder tIo me is that remark. ddnt jol as the ranks an d dbato eatl. her. a soldier she woQtlipv 1 made ! Bait the, she never wo<wid have consented to go in the armsyexempt as an offeer of (high rank, -_o"' e or General. Sp wast too o f '~-~p~i ag'-and ril Sto take orders from a.yb dy, was Sa. t. :... *'But-aothaer: mpateh, It yeOU pileae --how she ever got -to be a -wagon apasteri's a .mystery to me. She had ii'tin of wagqs and hauled cotton to Mealeo :and brought back goods in return. You see this was in the days of the Cnfeleracy,. w hea every ma e and -woman, had -to be up and doinl; and ouar folks wreut to their 'triul dto getgonrtle to ,Wee bmedeo hoLe - spa. -Goods were goodsinthose daysj I tell youa! : But how a woman ever top k to waglen. ~lt orre' I- Ban tell. been disappointed. in love,,and had takens to that Wgild fIb in order to itfbrget asorrow; others aid1 she ad killed.,ber first and ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 7 November 1879

..1~~J .Z;i:· VOLU6E XV. M~RWr ;LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMB ., ;1879 ; THE.TELEGRAPH : PiblibteSd svwre Vday. AT .ONRO. OUACHITA PARISH, LA. Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, oneyear, .............................. 4,00 One eopy, sixf "months .......................... ,50 One copy oneyear,................................ ,o6 One copy, six months ...... .................. TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one Inch ot space or less) for the frst, and seventy five cents for esch subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods -s follbows: ,U.a- sa.'as. 1 2m. S 6 m. 12m. One...... ............... 3 9 11 15O Three: ............... 0 100 1 3 35 Four..,...-.. ...... 1 1 3 S t l 83 45 Five .............. ...... 1500 27i 401 50 Ten ( eooL)....... ..000005 90 Fifteen(M 0LZ,.1. 40 70 00 130 Twenty-.one (-1 a.)... 50 8 125 175 Cads of ; a iroual e etrader-when ad missibloe-wfit b...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 7 November 1879

t . J .l r oi, a. Sam a Journ weeno4, of e Wnst. N 4; ". MELT, . ` of Ibe r ild. a D. Mo.NUY, . of Onehiota. Foor LperintSedent ]H tate t W. A. DAY, of WinEi. ;For Auditor, of IbesVlie. For Attoney esmral, J- BAB.. )MAI , ofAs we albor the . For Sapeorlteedeet Publie Eduedtkan of Fastt Felcltpsa. THE BDAUDUCU. As we predicted ' the Demoermoy turned out In tlntforce last 8.tardity. Lieut. Gov. Wilts and his; co-workers arrived; on .Friday's train. The day was cold, cloudy and spriSnkllg-the most hopeful looked for the morrow in a regular winter rain. Foe once for! tand smiled on'rastýI. mnets.:i the sun came out to stay in bis imt be. nignant beams. Fr m early dawn 'to midday the crowd commenced to gather and increase. Business houses generally. closed early and the met. chant and the clerk becanme active ar ticipants. The alty -police otted the multitude--order prevailed and the best of feeling abounded. The meet ing was announced by the firing of cannon and masie by.the SBiver ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 7 November 1879

Rnahita Stal tgraph. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 7. 1879. Democratie Nominees 8th Judleial Distrlet FOR JtDJUO JUDGE R. W. RICHARDSON, of Oactcta. POL DERIOT ATONzY : F G. HUDSON, ESQ-, of Rlachasd. Democratie Nominees 28rd Senatorial District. Froa 5sIATOs: Of OuacMta. Of Jacksons. FOR S/JHa FF. OuAcUTrA Palmsa, LA., Oct. 9 1879. COpt. G. W. McOran me: Please announce me as an Independent Conservative mandidate for the Sheriffs' office of this Pariah. I mako a direct ap peal to the people, for in them the power lies. Respeotfully. W. R. CRAMBLISS. The poet office will be removed shortly to the old quarters on St. John street. We have had a rain in this section. Our files, even, fall to tell when the ral previous fell, bat our recollection is that we had a shower last Spring. Brush off your counters, and, ladies, walk around with your dusters. Several good troupes are on their way South and will "take in" Vicks burg. Can't our theater manager in duce one or more oo them to give us a call...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 7 November 1879

A,- . ~ti d e` o 'tr b re tc ; C  awly-Hawat uowedbte.  oto r ha ' tha non eddi auon me" ,Lnolur" :ect, wr"an eter t "naed hteamp as nomhabed ubliae tt hn , oevebInlthi e sihts,: h.kdo shim. That's unt honelyl ]purate buth os.pt errp is an/ -oe ]wo believes. ' what he wrlta uei or act-ist ,Ta ummary.oiyte author 1Mo autlt d Snow" .h. bas addede t e ent destro etne l "row ) ion ispein eithuu hihlyo fot -ponsie oUtenied iti' ti.heetid ehi m ore ofnh than I sold bad sa o hmys dooes t ansst ae ndt his ; n.s Hawl. ,it a, *g.ty.. . eter oeenstro; ase cv tmen. eilr a duty. orr baked dowan Doe. any pohtion taken' ti suebl idi fhe ai beeona ht we.ry t -,,eA d w od sehuld, As Governor, as. arestegrIm nar soldier, as the ' head of othe C1 tlna Commi lsln, whi nefrminsrditiot inevery port s ayueished ,Amerame production Into all the hinownl worldi, I he ehas conferred honor an uesm t up er of the tent~ Sate, - hirei's a'i American among .Americans. o uld we had more bai h men!e So broad, ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 14 November 1879

VOLUME XV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1879. " THE TELEGRAPH: , anueshe every rVilsy. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. 0i', w ,. hEM acma dh..zXM, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSORIPTION. One copy, one year,............................... $4,00 One copy, six months, ......................... 2,50 ADVAON aAATa: One copy, one year,.............................00 One copy, six months .........................2,00 TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATEB. Alvertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch ot apace or less) for the first, and seventy five cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows : nsaa aQ'8as. Im.2m.3 18m. flm. One....................... 811 15 Two.. ... 6 10 18. 0 25 Thre ............... 10 15 17 2 85s Four...... ............. 0 20i 2 45 Five.. »....1500 2 40 , Ten (; eol)........ 2 0 5 90 Fifteeu(% ol.)......40 86 90 10 Twenty-one (I c.)... 50 0 0 1, 176 Cards of a personsi c'ar...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 14 November 1879

Oreansa. • ...... .. NroV U 14.15.5. .stf z: s ;PRESIDENT: ` •' 01 P..oS 0L NIn SbOCR e. Sto ATE T Kar, . 3b G overor, For ioesRent Goversor, a. D. MCENERY, of Onacbti.. Foer stemdretar State, W. A.. FsAON,. ot WPon. For Auditor, ALLEN JUMEL, SoflIbervilale. For Attorney'General, JAB. C. EGAN, of Clalborne. For Superintendent Public Education, E. H. FAY, of East Felielana. ELEUCTORAL VOTE OP LOUISIANA. It seems that politics and trath are opposites, and that either, or both, are made use of for deception. The North ern press and Northern orators, too, have raised the hue and cry that under the proposed new constitution the Louisiana Legislature can choose Elec tores for President next year. Article 191 of the new constitution reads: Until otherwise provided by law, the general State election shall be held once every, four years on the Tuesday next following the third Monday in April. Presidential electors and members of Congrese shall be chosen or elected In the manner and at the t...

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. — 14 November 1879

az chita ltPgaph. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBR 14. 1879. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. nth JaidSle Iastseit. Fob JuD : JUDGE R. W. RICHARDSON, of Oseaches. wor DnDrTsmr aw orwIYr: F. G. HUDSON, ESQ., of aelasda. a e satesWISal iastlet. FOn saAMTO3s: of Ouaeacs. of Jackaos. FOR SHERIFF. OuAomrTA PAesr, LA., Oct. 9, 1879. Ospt. G. W. MoSafe : Please announce me as an Independent Conservative eandidate for the Sheriff's office of this Parish. I make a direct ap peal to the people, for in them the power lies. Respectfhlly, W. R. CHAMBLISS. The train last Sunday had about 800 bales cotton leaving Monroe. A good many of our citizens were fooled by setting up Wednesday night waiting for the meteoric display. Last night (Thursday) was the night. There are several old cisterns in town which with comparatively small outlay of money by the city, or the employment of the "chain gang," could be put In a serviceable condition for the fire department. More than once the members have had occasion to complain of a...

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. — 14 November 1879

::r f ý'k D p ar aa asJbidI, r , ., s , TThaitheer dcka e far •. amsof the Oriental world the mo oand capabl?.oes time andesrb *tifus k tt Time; :the istf;thouqgh .o attae tive rldmeof oli athwes to-lm to- tiea o the il se em' oftRhe. P95,1r, 'u, Mm Da be rerely a ledbtoev taslve arsei warMd thefor  t acs e~a r . g and ·d~ut -e ofi the fiiro aee, where, f t o.firn . Trhhe, i bo e ae ,tt romno wi hprtof th reta wtrl te mtd he inwre and verdre overhi:ulng the WAs, and-the af was perpetually sweet with the many-voaled song of birs, ang t where the the chirp of ltes, the ount warbleh of altes ad thse sliver asound of theiing hourls moe and fell hrarely mahdtos eadenei vrm every ear ner his adthe dstreets e l es that stood i t a emoesalon in the midst of their ioarden and oruhatuir, •gifted With dihlerua verdure ateb r the silver a ddnoe of the Tigris, as it sped inis a rowly n ighr through the thriee-blea t town h - ontfs emphtecally a -reltta orieibaf Soldeas timei ired to leof the h...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 21 November 1879

VOLUME XV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1879. · NUMBER..11. VOUMXV MONROE, - THE TELEGRAPH: Published evoer Priday. AT MONROE, OUAOHITA PARISH, LA. O. wt. 2B:oCRaL.N=rM, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year,.............................. $4,00 One copy, six months, ........................ 2,60 S ADVANOcE RATES: One copy, one year,............ ..................3,00 One copy, six months......... ................2,00 T ARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATEB. Alvertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less) for the first, and seventy five cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows : NUMBER sQ'RES. 1m.2m.3m.6m.12m. One ................... 501 66 8 11$ 15 Two ................... 50 10 1' 20 25 Three..................... 10 00 15 17 26 35 Four...................... 1300 20 23 82 45 Five....................... 15 00 25 .27 40 50 Ten (;4 co1.)........... l00...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 21 November 1879

. DUEOCATI(C STATE TICKET. For Governor, LOUIS A. WILTZ, of Orleans. a For Lieutenant Governor, . S. D. McENERY, of Ouachita. For Secretary of State, W.' A. ST ONO, of WInn. For. Aditor, ALLEN JUMEL, of Iberville. For Attorney General, JAS. C. EGAN,. of Clalborne. For Superintendent Public Education, E. H. FAY, of East Feliclana. TIE ELECTION. There is no denying the fact that there are many jarring elements in the Democratic party of this State and that they are directly aiding and abetting the interests of the Republican party. In New Orleans it Is almost certain that there will be four tickets in the field, via: Demoeratic, Republican, Temperance and Anti-Ring. The two latter are made out of the two former, and will weaken each according to the number of desertions. We hope the Democrats will be able to answer our expectation. It should be the motto of I every one of us to exert ourselves to the utmost, and in the event of any mishap In the city to more than over come it in the c...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 21 November 1879

Onachita ;letgraph. MONROE. LA., NOVEMBER 21, 1879. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. ibth Judlial Distriet. FOR JUDOm: JUDGE R. W. RICHARDSON, of ouachia. wOR ISTRICT ATTOIONEY : F. G. HUDSON, ESQ-, of Richland. 2i4d Senatorial Distriet. FOB BssATORS: 'r. S. A- $'F of Ouachta. 3l0. . l.E , of Jackson. FOR SHERIFF. OUACHITA PAsHn, LA., Oct. 9, 1879. 0z1pt.. . . MeCoranie : Please announce me as an Independent Conservative candidate for the Shoriff's office of this Parish. I make a direct ap peal to the people, for in them the power lies. Respectfiily, W. R. CHAMBLISS. Did you go to the circus and how did you like it? will be one of the questions of to-day in Monroe. The railroad will, we learn, advance the freight on cotton to New Orleans, from Monroe and Trenton, next week to $3 per bale. This may be fun to the railroad, but we doubt whether it suits its patrons. In Ouachita. Several Democratic clubs have been organized in this parish the past week. Among the members are a very large number of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 21 November 1879

GEORGE WASIElJGTON. his penetraostr;oa htb-' noteoaeste I as tatol jNe tos, Bacon or Locke; and~~~~a ihgo:.asw, nojudgment waq} ever sounder. It was slow in opera ticn.,Jt baltti. aided by Invention or henethe .eommon remark of his ol ere, of the advantage he derived fom councils of war,.where l1eiring as qstug geations, he sleeted: whatever was best. and - certainly no generl ever planned his ' battls' map*ijulcioly. Uabt if. deraiged duing the course of. the action, if any member of. is b-lan was dislocated bysaudden~, he was slow, In .s4jatmen. the. consequence wap that he often foedia the tldid, Ab iyt.a ay t 'enem '. 2 station, asat Bstond York. .he was Incapable, Ofeari n aeting personal"dan gem with the ,iq~tn unconeernl per hape the trong, feature In ,hischara tar was .ptudenee, never, acting. untild every. 'rd mustpuoe, every cotusid'r"-. tion was nateusly weihled refrainiig tf he tw a-doubt but, when once' de elded; going throtgh with his purpose whatever obstacles op...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 28 November 1879

VOLUME XV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28 1879. . NUMBER 12. THE TELEGRAPH: Pablashe every Priday. AT tONROE. ODUACHITA PARISH. LA. C. WNT. hoCLARiN= Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF BUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year,.........................4 ,00 One copy, six months,......................... 2,50 ADVANON RATRB: One copy, one year,...............................3.00 One copy, six months......... .................2,00 TARIFF OF ADVERTIBING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less) for the first, and seventy five cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows: NUMaR sq'nas. 1 m. 2 m. 3m. Sm. 12m. One.......................9 B 8 119 15 Two ..............S65 10 18 20 25 Three.....................10 0015j 17 20 35 Four....................... 13 00I2(0 23 32 45 Five..................... 15 00 2527 40 80 Ten (34co.)........... 2800 40 50 70 90 Fifteen ( oL)....... 40 0...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 28 November 1879

*sx chits 95st.91#0b. a. w. Isteemass is'n. Oelal eJournal of the I'rsbr oe Oaast. Oea Jaraal et the city of soree. II Rolni A., IroVBMBaa 25, a157. ..OR PRI DENT : ýGEA1 74 S. S"H ACOCA OF PENNBYLVANIA. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, LOUIS A. WILTZ, of Orleans. For Lieutenant Governor, D. D. MoENERY, of Ouachita. For Secretary of State, W. A. STRONG, of Wian. For Auditor, ALLEN JUMEL, of Iberville. For Attorney General, JAB. C. EGAN, of Olalborne. ror Superintendent Public Education, E. H. FAY, of Fast Feliciana. EN. WINIPIELD SCOTT HANCOCK. We republish the letter of Gen. Han cock to Gov. Pease of Texas, written in the days of Reconstruction : Mfy Dear r r. I am not a lawyer, nor has It been my business, as it may have been yours, to study the philoso phy of stateoraft and politices. But I may lay claim, after an experience of more than half a lifetime, to Aome poor knowledge of men, and some ap preciation of what is necessary to so cial order and happiness. And for the fu...

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