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

uaRdcita salterapb. MONROE. LA.. NOVEMBER 2s, 1879. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. 5th vadeteal Diatriet. FOR JUDoMa JUDGE R. W. ICHARDSON, of Ouechita. ron DrSTrr ArroaNar: F. G. HUDSON, ESQ-, of iIcMand. 8Si Uenatorsal DIatriet. won suAToras: of Ouaeata. M. -. $=a=, of Jackson. FOR SHERIFF. OuAcTarrA PAaIU, LA., Oct. 9, 1879. CapL. 0. W. McOrane * Please announce me as an Independent Conservative candidate for the Sheris otaile of this Parish. I make a direct ap peal to the people, for in them the power lies. Respectfully, W. R. CHAMBLISS. Up in Lemars, Iowa, the knight of the razor and strap is known as Pro fessor So-and-So. Mr. Gunby, of Union parish, will please accept our thanks for a sample of molasses made of sugar cane. Mr. Gunby, we are pleased to hear, expects to be a eltizen of Oua ita parish. Ouachita Fire Company held its reg ular monthly meeting Tuesday night. The new constitution of the Company, as amended, was adopted, and the Secretary was instructed to have fifty copies of ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 28 November 1879

*atkaIta Ut tPb. MONROE, LA.. NOVEMBER 48 159. d HE 2MIGT HATE *iAEV I'lFlEiDENT. e Withia one ete of the NeasatioM. .i p lad ader.] atis t L aad' old leading wy ci:arnes* paisedaway. The Hon. I B. rn edsin'died ofheart ' disease at i $ csteet, on p eThe fuderal WOth'ilt St1ato. e oWeadnesday, at 2 t Postmt fir aifternon. Mr. Jaeneeas a wasborn AS Deerfield, N. H:, July; I4, 18O reeeived a good, academiceduea- o lionaeid in 1n'PU .reeioved Ip' taotd· in that ati. 'He' filld the office o t Peetawst for fifteen successive years, represented the town 'n the lower branch of the Legislatute, and was d High Sheriff for five years. On giving i up that diceehebseame ProbateJadge, p whalo poiutton e;ieled for five yeaen. b He wans nominated b' 9the Breckin ridge partCfor Governor,- hut declined. Ii In 18 ,- Was war ippoanted to the Sen- a ate of the Uniated oites to serve oat the tizpired term' Of the Hon. Levi b Woodbur. fIn 1850 he was a member y of theConstikltional Convention to re. p vi...

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. — 5 December 1879

Eb LaOUISACNA FDleDCgEME 87.NUBR a . VOLUME XV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1879. NUMBER 18. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Wriday. At' MONROE, OUACIHITA PARISH, LA. C. Wtt. 3%MOCRBIZEL1%E3, Editor and Proprietor. 't'ERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year,...... ................. $4,00 One copy, six months.......................... 2,50 ADVANCE RATES: One copy, one year..............................3,00 One copy, six months.............................2,00 T.1,Ii F'S OF ADVERTISING RATES. A I vertisements 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: NUMIataq'REs. 1 m.2m.3m.6m. 12m. One.......................350 6 8$11 15 Two...................... 6 50 10 13 20 25 Three..................... 10 00 15 17 26 35 'our....................... 13 00 20 23 32 45 Five........... ...... 15 00 25 27 40 50 Ten ( co1....

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 5 December 1879

OieiaIj.raI ar.ia rse .Base HJsa ie alet e ee swre 'r";`,3" : $3FPElI!INBYLVANJIA. *he~he~tiou passed off quietly. We have, yet, to hear of a harsh word spbket during the day. Everybody voted according to his Inclination and fseemed to be happy in the exhibition of ble independence. The vote was light-hardly two-thirds of the reg istered lIst. The colored men took an active part In distributlng tickets and urglng all comers to exercise their priv ilqgeof voting without delay. Our reports are too meagre toper nmit us to guess at the result, but the vote has been small al over the State. Wehave no doubt of the success of the State ticket and of the adoption of the New Constitution. The ordinance rel ative to the State debt has had bitter opposltion and If adopted it will be by a majority much less than that of the State ticket. The divisions in the party should now be speedily healed by such con oeasionse as will be honorable to all, so as to present an .unbroken front to the enemy ne...

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. — 5 December 1879

"iarhita higrtapb. MONROE. LA.. DECEMBER 6. 1879. ii- The Editor is absent this week. f Owing to the indisposition of Judge C Parsons there will be no fall term of t, the District Court in this parish. V c Rt. Rev. W. F. Adams, D. D., will hold services at Grace Episcopal Church s on Tuesday, 23d instant, at 7:80 p. f inm., and administer the rite of confirm- 4 ation to such candidates as may be presented. I 1 The Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church will meet in Baton Rouge on Wednesday, the 10th inst. Bishop Keener will preside. The ministers from thissection are already en route. May they have a pleasant l re-union and a safe return to their homes. Attention is directed to the adver- c tisement of Geo. E. Strong, successor N to E. A. Tyler, at 115 Canal street, New Orleans. The reputation of this ca house for fair dealing and substantial 8 work commends it to public favor. I The best workmen in the Jewelry art r are employed, and watch repairing Is ce a specialty. The rec...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 5 December 1879

-. · r : E . ·; r ' ·` ' ;' ·· * -fn t '.-,l ` , t j tni-outhern, Bead b& '4Ys 'ar _ i larceis on ills ent the ridepot Iwith agreat tdr aerand ru , l When ialttdd at the gate so askikd; what train he wanted to t ,..fi:-iuplled: 'dp gong l to Toledo, and If you Makeme mies the train I'll ue you foe dankages" Biut thita isan't the train for Toledo." :AdWhy -isn't itsir ; why in the old .Harry isn't this' train for Toledo ?" du'lit demalade& ihtp fat kian. "Because-he tre hitier Toledo stands over on thit'track there."_ "'Thei' why didp.'1· you tell Ane sO in theftlrtt plipe?-: jFih a' goodjn mind 'to report you to your iE.ior air:..P "iYou'll ,fnd the aiffnindedt op atairs," humbly peeper. "And I'll lodge complaint againat you-yep, IWrll! Travelershave rights, an4 those right 'msupt be maintainedt " The fat man rushed "half way ap stairs'ahtd the: Whistle' of h -yard englne ;Wade hm.'ljilt aPtqdturi and rush down again. Reaching the gates of the Can ada'8ouithern train, lie ea...

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. — 12 December 1879

VO ME XV. M -ONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1879. TH TEBEGRAPH: Pa 4 eveny Irstay. . T--- ONR , OUACHIETA PARISH. LA.' or ao prietor. TER OF SUBS TION. One copy, o year .............4 ............ 4,00 One Copy, a ionth,............ ........ 2,50 DVAaOUr ATas: One copy, ypay......... ....... ..... .8,00 "One copy, s months..............*e .....2,00 - ,e TARiFF FB ADVERTISIfs. Al vert ents will be ieo one dollar and fty' nts per square ne inch ot apace o ess) for the first, and seventy ive cents f each subsequent I rtion, for any time der one month. For longer periods as lows: NmrBUR 'Ras. 1 m.J2_ .m.Om.lam. One...... '........-'3 50$ 06 8611615 Two..... ............ 650 10 1320 25 Three............... 10 oo 15 17 2 35 Fo'ur ..................... 1300 20 23 32 45 Five.............. 15 00 25 27 40 50 Ten (eolJ........... 26 40 50 70 90 Fifteen(} eel.)....... 40 00 55 70 90 130 Twenty-on. (1t .)... 50 00 70 85 125 175 Cards pf a personal character-when ad muissible-will die...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 12 December 1879

I'; 6. of Ouiitta. Sof the city of neare. .o>ý ýirý;axyso x>s. c r Tie ltas lessue of te Louleianian, .p.P.,B. S; Pnchback.'s organ, advises the. "ieigroes of North Louislana "-*to aban don' their homes and seek refuge In Kansas." It's. an entire change of front in that paper. Whathasindqued it ?t The campaign was destitute of excitement and tubalence, and -the election wore the appearance of the Sabbath day. Since 1876 there has been a distressing quletallover the State. 'The outragemlil etopped-and a great -mbjOrity of the people have been hp= py and contented and desirous to see It remap so. . Madleon parsh as the home, so-called, of Pinchback. Madison parish has been a Republican stronghold and the cradle of Pinchback's hopies, but Madl son parish went back on its record and arrayed itself on the Democratic side. Pinchbeck has been repudiated in the home of his adoption. It was a terri ble blow to the man's ambition and Smust be counteracted; hence the tele gram to th...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 12 December 1879

MONROE. LA., DECEMBER 12. 1879. Capt. MeCranie and his gun are still absent. The squirrels are in no dan ger, but this paper is sadly in need of its head. Prof. D.C. B. Connerly advertises the Hamburg High School in this issue. The Professor is a distinguished edu cator, and we commend his school to public favor and patronage. Fifty parishes give the Democratic State ticket a majority of 28,280, and I the same parishes give a majority of 1 11,071 in favor of the State debt ordi. 4 nance. Ten parishes are yet to be t heard from. The Vienna Sentinel hoists the name of Hon. G. L. Gaskins for one of the Judges of the First Circuit. We could have no possible objection to his pro motion, and would be glad to see the Legislature honor him with the posi tion. Mr. A. J. Keller is gathering mate- I rials for a two-story brick building on DeSiard street, between Breard and I King. The plan is imposing, and the I taste and finish that will be displayed upon it will make it an ornament to I the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 12 December 1879

or patriot4o e , itatýtif to gvte-hios last-gin rpetto ve the atiaof debate' was some lea2 fiber- Ti lee in r177T. He had a ome.alonp one: occasion, aftert a +A: wttbrletexpoade or patriotic deeun-` titss •of" vorpment , t4 -say, with Rolge beloned ty: "Mr.. Speaent familys th De dLat of every true o loer of. his Sti aettr - to give hi s last inea tpro ve b sing eht it ws hortunereditas." Or othe-rlfeat.of deate was some national ilasint of the wlald deliver 'hThm tobnil ;calamtlties gee*r allyo followed bi'i sell em for itwee 'as mtir Boyle Re11e telo"~ed to he beent wrfamiltten of, De La Futase of Vera-oyj he was drte'. zi,?ae:. sn t7ri2, an was SmarrIedtBle ohe eldes d urter ofthe Iir Jameaieldwelibbnu hada no heir. He used ton ofoa fo his laonders. Per-n by saying tmebat it was peelltar trn his famlls" to have shown aldt on." n other t afhiasbl.rdetr Was made when sring of the fisno-hawers. of priTh 'go down todquetIngsnd n he observed, "in buy the blooh-tngshi for al nothian...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 19 December 1879

VOLU XV. - MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1879. NUMBER 15. THE LEGRAPH: P b U every Priday. AT .fONROE, ACHITA PARISH, LA. Cij'. WNT. cato LA~L1.T."M, Edit asnd Proprietor. TERMS ' SUBSCRIPTION. " One copy, one .............................. 4 One copy, six th, .......................... ,0 A ANOs RATES: One copy, one ... ...............8,00 One copy, six nths............................2,00 TARIFF O4 DVERTISINQ RATES.! A'lvertiseme will be inserted at inei dollar and rift cents per square (oneAnch of space or lea for the first, and seventy five cents for e h subsequent insertion, for any time en one month. FoP longer periods as foil as : Nv a ' . "1 m.2m.1m1. 6m.S12m. One................. 8 811 15 Two ............. .... ) 50" 101 13 20 25 Three...............1.... 10 00I 151 17 2 85 Four................ 13 00 20 23 82 45 Five ............... -.....15 00] 2 271 401 50 Ten ( coL)........ 26 00 4 50 70 90 Fifteen( co.l.).ý... 40 00 55 70 90 180 Twenty-one (1 4...1 500 70 85 ...

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. — 19 December 1879

• .ibra of last we- "o h OUACE)wsA PAReItH, Dec. 17a , 1879. law mty-thou bosthe imof pe.f oams. An we as suqmi promplrter o Invention Help us to composition o" my contribution of last week to these columns, It w I be remembered (if it any r. e býDLe ste-basket : e not forgotten, s I own might be, and ustly,) was re ti, e, as th, ey say in play books-the simple ly of apeer In prose the charms and ,ivet of his misses. The eflbrt, it must be con sed, wellas barely promptbler, aof ed in any respetabe tote-basket wouldompotion Mylatter wntribd nlaid wlast week to these and otherwise, t highlye ornaemembted. n shit a ase, no modern Old Mortalwn ity, ridingt a Texly,)as pony branded withey sayro in play books-phis and atrme simpd (thle pony, of a wacourse,) wsqith an engravnter's chiseleb, orting arriving at thprose true char and naicter of theis misdeceased, The drt, t mconclusion I once tritsed, w barely madeoftenquoted sine, that it Is always beet to let well enough alone. Horace, in o...

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. — 19 December 1879

MONROE. I.A., DECEMBER 19. 1879. For the week ending aj noon yester day there were weighed 708 bales of cotton. Total to date, 7880 bales. Mrs.: Hanaleker has sold the lots on Stl0ooner of Third and DeSiardstreets to . Meesar & ,Kenalall and" Franklin Garrett for $8000 cash. Bev. A. J. Hartley will hold ser vices at the Hasley church in Treantoh next Sunday morning and at the Mon roe Baptist church on Sunday night. Mr. E. W. Mealy il building a neat little brick office between the bank and daguerreian gallery, on Grand street, for use of Souter Bros., watchmakers and Jewelers. Rt. Rev. W. F. Adams, D. D., will hold services at Grace Episeepal Church on Monday, 22d inst., at 7.80 p.m., and administer the rite of confirmation to such candidates as may .be pre sented. The Star Alliance Opera Co. closed their engagement here on Saturday night. We are glad- to know that it wi5 profitable to them and a source of pleasure to our citizens. We call special attention to Jonas Meyer's adv...

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 December 1879

MONROE, LA.. DECB . 1579. e STAND - . There o' Aqueestion that the eondition of Con tinental,; e Areat measure due to the enormous burdens laid on the people- by.the military policy of their rulers. .rHow heavy these burdens are, dsome' details from a report lately is qlud. by the Hungarian Ministry will show. According tq. the report, the military strength of .usela .onsists of 8,046,800 men, of whom 600,000 belong to the reserve and 2,446,800 to the standing army. The regular army of France comprises 1,689,000 soldiers of all arms; the territoriahl army 1,208,000; total-2289,000, to be. iai esed In 1892 by the addition of 800,000 reserve men. The German power of all classes is rep resented by 2,004,800 men, of whom 1,076,200 belong to' the standing army, 807,200.to the .landwehr, and 68osoo00 to the reterve. 'Italy has an army of 698,00M and a militla of 810,000; inii 1892 her total strength will reach 2,024,200. Austro-Hgiwg-ry possesses a standing army of 800,000, a landwehr o...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 26 December 1879

VOLUME XV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1879. NUMBER 16. THE TELEGRAPH: Pabliahed evry Priday. AT JIONROE, OUACHITA PARISH. LA. Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year,............................. $4,00 One copy, six months,......~.. ............... 2,50 ADVANon aATs: One copy, one year,.............................,00 One copy, six months..........................,00 TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. A lvertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch o01 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 : NUMBRn q'xUs. 1 m.2m.8m. 6em. 12m. One .......................  s 11 15 Two .......................6 51 10; 1] 20 25 Three.................... 10 0 151 17 261 85 Four ..... .... 100 20 2 Five ................. . . 15 00 m 27 e 4 Ten (3 ool.)........... 28 00 50 7 90 Fifteen ( col.).. 40 00 55 70 0 130 Twenty-one (1 o.)... ...

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. — 26 December 1879

s Iii clxt. ' 1 thei Parish saot lta. ,, Ii",,,ity,, ear.. . L.. . D.O.MBER 2. +_+ 15ý. Wis . ...wasuto st-aon 't , +-, "P W r,, -- ," ' theY l -expring year'. deed4 and misdeeds may pass, "ilk I (., l it might e for correction, or as "the lamp of exp.rience"---ut,.asdimnedd, we trust, by not .peidaly tosufes 'lt .-dw, go ' rgom ' m "1879 to 188): As we all biy the Old Year,. let us wel uome the..New With brave,: resolute hearts and with a .determination. to make all aidat the Jendt s beneead e' Creitor has given us power and might The Baton Rouge city .vernen.,t does ot n apper to be making much h.edway t:raising. the '$;000 neeCes may po, iseek' he "p .. .' it The new constitution is ratifed by about 60 ,000o morety, and. the dthe ordininw o ferbm 1y  t 4,000. Full eAs tue rns bthrgelee Old ave not, as yet, been publithed. The rivts a fwith ng, theugh not very fast. It is probable that iwill cone - mence "booming" again soon. Not anicipattng hat there would be a reator has ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 2 January 1880

VOi U v MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 2, 1880. NUMBERI 17. THE -TELEGRAPH: PabU-bae every- IVi. AT .%[ONROE, OUACHIT PARISH, LA. Editor and Prop r. TERMb OF SU ON. One copy, one year, ................ ..... H4,00 * One copy, six months........ ............... 250 One copy. one year,....... , ....... ........3,00 1 One copy, six months........................00 T .It, F, OF ADVE [SING RATES. A lvertisements will inserted at one dollar and fifty cents square (one inch of space or less) for th rst, and seventy live cents for each subslent insertion, for any time under one }nth. For longer periods as follows: NVuManR Q's. 1 n m m.6m.12m. One.............. . * 11 16 1 Tw our........." ..... 61 1 20 25 Three............ 10 16 17 2I 2 5 our ..................... .7 40 3 0 Five...........15 27 40 50 Ten (i4 col.) ...... 0 0 90 130 Tiwten(3 col.---" 4 57 ( Twenty-one (l e.) Cards of a persoaI rocter-when ad nissible--wlill be char double our regu lar advertising rates. Obituary and M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 2 January 1880

FOR PRESIDENT: O F. PFNNSBYLVAIIA. TRE NEW STATE GOVERNMENT. It was the duty of the Governor, the Lieutenant Governor, the Seeretary of State and the Attorney General, in the presence of all such persons as might choose to attend, to commence com piling the vote of the last election on the 29th of December. As soon as it is ascertained, that the Constitution has been adopted, the Governor Is required to make proclamation of the fact, and thenceforth the Constitution of 1879 will be ordained andestablished as the Constitution of the State of Louistana. The board of canvassers are now in session, but owing to negligence on the part of opials in several parishes the count has not been completed, and the proclamation has not yet been made. It may be made any day in the near future. The General Assembly will convene in the city of New Orleans on the 2nd Monday (12th day) of January, 1880. The Governor and Lieutenant Gover nor will be installed during the first week of the session. The St...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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