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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 17 September 1870

T --lE - - __~h THET'TELEGRAPH: rVnr.T2IIr) E~lIEt SA'TIFA.AY AT WCU'c , (J1,UACh'I1A Yi'iSII Lt; C .i W. I1c U. L.AN IFS, 3;;'i'tzi~ r O _ h i¢3=ý.C ý' ýt jim xo11.auvtal] in:1t'- ofr r1u3 I)htti( wtfl bel rVtlitIS . ia.t.icit to ha ll ctt 6;;:l . )14.o colly. OuO ye t" - - - - yT:3,f() ()lixV Copy, ,,ix moztths - - - 2,00 !Yanale oopic - - 10 ccnt:. Anly Ii.'rSoal lit iI~ g tl , 1i 1tO ncu (30h 1 r;11 ,b*;trrtbes, t.. ti.., ,i tuo poYit Otilco, waill oe ont~itxoct to a copy o0 it i'!l I tr·I(l·t I· grt in, fort utu yr 1 lt. " :pri(,a ia;xtrd.bl1 il *t'liaec. , 'iariff of Advertising Rates. A.1, rstism1'nto wall be iziscrtod ni, Ono nollar anal I~irt.y (:.,,, t.pri1' llllrl, 01 on. Iinch of'spnco. or lIea, Air 4110 flir it., !111.1 (!cuts forru LH1'01 each sttLH" lla.1li. insaerslitri.aa br auay- tlnho untldroruo!30it11. J'ar ) I t tilIB·-7,r7(~Il otntsr!o NO. Iii' OiAlltrt. 1 tit no loll Olfinoj 10)1o 1)I. .. . . . " . . . 7 10 11 Oil 1:1 IN x"1 '1'th hl ... ... ...... ... ,17 I ....

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. — 17 September 1870

*# :el raph.h IiýIE ditor. r..i, SEPT. S17, 1870. MiS&GNAL rL...GIBILITY .e'We find the following item among the Associated Press dis patches from Atlanta : The Constitution this afternoon published a letter from Linton Stephens, accepting the chairman ship of the State Democratic Exec utive Committee. He thinks the eaididates for Congress ought to be selected without reference to their eligibility; that question should be settled by Congress. He also thinks that the members of the ]egislalture_ should be se leeted from those not disqualified by Congressional enactments. Such, in effect, is the position the TaUE~sr&Pa has taken on the question of eligibility' with refer ence to this particular district, in which the political situation is marked and peculiar. Advocating in the outset, when it was demonstrably a vital point, the selection of wholly- unobjec tionable men for Congress, we, neverthelqps, found ourself over ruled by the party in our district, and our Editor was s...

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. — 17 September 1870

@niacdjita e legmtrap ]MONROE," LA., SEPT. 17, 1870. ]Por State T'reasurer, W. B. Bnot Kar, of MadIson parish, is announccd as a icandidate fot STATE T.EA.TrlrIng, subject to tim nomination of the Democratic State Conveution at New Orloana. By consent of W. B. Brockett, the undersigned ad many others, make the above almouncloment. SEdgar Farrar, Madison Parish. L Wm it Peck, Hugh R Lucas. YField F Montgomeory, Duncan F Buel, Franklin Parish. John W Couch, " Calvin Moore, Ellohiand Parish. J GRlchardson, tV H Compton, Morehouse Pal lah. T¶ 0 [lenton, Joel Tatdm, Caldwell Parish. Isaiah Garrett, Ouachita Parish. J Frank Pargoud, Jr P rosley. John McEnery, Frank P Stubbs, Rob't Rlohardson, Jas D MoEnery. " Eugone Tiadale, " I t Cobb, U T Cochran, Ge. Chamberlain, " S1 MeEnery, Jackson Parish. FOR REPRISENTATIVE.-We iro authorized to announce ]H. STEVENS, Esq., as a candidatn at the ensuingelection in November, to represent the parish of Jackson in the Legislature. OONGRESSIONAL CONVEN...

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. — 17 September 1870

DESIARD STREET, JAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND for sale Groceries of all desPription,su.J as UQOAR, MOLASB.SES, COFFEE, HIAMSr BAOOY, LARD, B'UTTE , CHEESE, FLOUR, POTATOES, ONIONS, CIGARS. 2'OBACCO O.YSTERS, SARDINES, LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS, I'RESERYES IN GLASS AND CANS. FRUITS OF VARIOUS KINDS AS LOW AB Monroe, La., Feb. 19, 1869. n22 ly A. B. qRISWOLD & Co., Corner Canal & Royal Sts., New Orleans. TMPORTERS OF FINE VA TCHES, CLOCKS, a Jewelry. Fanc' (Goods, Cutlery. Guns and Pistols. Manufacturcrs ofPU r E COIN Silverware. l'rieoos low, and every article fully warranted. Feb'y 5, na0:ly H. B. BRISER, Corner of Mulberry & Clay Sts., Vicksburg, ISies.; TIN', Copper and Sheet Iron Maker, mainnfacturer of Drive Vells, Pumps. and Pipes. nl.o Dealer in Stoves and House Furnishing IGoods, Lamps and Lamp-Findings. Ietro and Coal Oil. Conn$ry orders solicited and promptly filled. 42.ly JOHIE McBRINE & CO., General Commission Nlrchants, And Purchasing Agents, ST. LOUIS, MO. 42ly....

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. — 24 September 1870

"~rr~ Pabiihhcd covory S turdag. 4""ý, t onroei, OumaehU wn P nv IIJIa `I;i" T. IlcoC7RA1ýýý Editor ant ProprioSor. { Ii 21s 01"c" slLa L.4(JAIPT() S IN 4 '"1" to1.,l tIw I11i 1 et~a t[ktý An'.. pvr'.t' r...itt i..i liV'o niow t'asli srl i' "ýi /"t4ilv""":.! lii':i' .tre W ;*,t tllt"1", will Ht Oa i. S- Liii.. I'.. " . n£i''iv i. 4 it lraitis 'h.1 .,nln".c":i tip~t ' tix ý r, i.'.a lt~/if Hit i 14J cl0 rxi > 1' .4v1'lt'risr%(. HARTl' 4 \i lai 444':."nr ··n: 4 will lr. iitul wd. jai4)10" lii..':~ :Iit!~··~lr'''' I-;·L' 1.tt r :,Il ' till r'4 14 .ttl'irvt,i',.t" i.,_-, i,- ;r) t 1' rtt il1 144) 1 titn" ,::1" .44, )4 titittt: it. ,14 1 7,11 0 1r0 1..111:: :Je 1104 ?24 ý.. (is( .............. ·· ..... 13 7 5:i 7 i 1 3 UO :I "1'I . l !,~ ·~...... 1 fill 17 ' ý. " 31f 44) Yu:. ............. I: t+ 2 yt 8R :, PHY;'AN~-h) · AND DENTISTS. P 1r t*. I' \N, 4tg~Iti alind Os eiii.I I Dr. (,krWaII~ (,IIII Spo*~i n ii ttt irt irni :\·~i to ( rluSCI r~r J. 4±a)3dcrw0@d~; ilnett rt. Wa'It' t. I'ki...

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. — 24 September 1870

;r. IN ITS NEW DRESS n-hooh on "Rogue's Row," ided only, we issued the first, I nmu f.the TaLEu RAPU. The war I la&_- sed',some four months before, o colored soldiers of DICKEx, then I ieigning isatrap in the Ouachita u-ntryoccupiedthe courthouse square "jip'Moiroe, he occupying our present " officethe country was in an unsettled Iglony condition; .men were won :.lerig what to do; the labor system - s'ized; the government was e 'the search for Confederate wagons, mules and cotton, to such an extent :that it lost sight of the citizen and4f society, and the result was, in did'idiils fell into employments from necessity, not knowing whether success A;f _ ilure would follow their ventures. ':-f this numerous class-those old Con jerates who were bankrupt in purse andiin =hopes-the proprietgr of this shel.em ae a member. He had, however, a' taanderl some old'type, a Washington Lai.'press and a small degree of for -, iitde nd resolution' left after the war, and these he invested in ...

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. — 24 September 1870

-li 'LLLr'll o1 a pler.venant r·r. ct·'t¢r¢'r-when m( l 1 |- u un l llnt 11(.-- il l Ih ···h·'g 5-i S e ticl-, W ill. ibe "hargied :ts 'verti~is'ini' s. i r k .'lti\ ilIIatux ..... . . 'w orlv . 01 .if.ll. l Ie', 1) re , tl olll i 1" l ilh, 'l- wtllthers, T'hl raet| ling .IIrl.,lit l. Il.. tit New tdverthsernelts. M iiie'N ews .I potai nldMusicStot'e ; T'renrtrti" Ill gh School, oev. J. . Lane i Advetrtisem enit of J. I.owel T.titn, , genleral I)t y ;ods . a.. t. roe. ry e:ailer, It Cn,:1"4: of Il1:u..tigai . & Irwing. a ii'. p E. Dreyfus & Co., uccssoirs to . Weil & 110 .; til 11. King, Agent ill Lewis house au - T all  If whichi ' iollectively the :ttentioti of*f the reaver ise lireeted, sell- ai rate notici, iof each, this week, beinc H irlnrilt i ble, for lii lit iofi' s Iace. R Ihli' oftcer of' thi stteIs Fleta and il ihlqutii wicll l eceiit ourll thanks Iitr ' i(I rCecnt fn o 'wrs. n- S fi end.l fer, thrie pleasure ,of a midnight serenadell, a ft' nights ago...

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 September 1870

ý _ K ý, k ý' +.R . v... ,ý s., .., 14 around nk , n awth l me; ,- t hjirut full rrow lar !ºuk to-i row 7 S liu~t ttoier'thee, ., ile mitf w iu0 ced 10, Svoieo ad smile wo ill Ssepolls onl which I doa ,ud the, through l~thod an '41, . o.To me d uinre devoted. d calmly by my 'to; - • f otthelow bright day dcelinethl- hart tho.wypros gloozln r. S mellow sunost, shineth 4 .:" . sit dan-thiik of in) - ,] " S gf $oaven'!s-immortal 1.ndor , oh earth, though din, e sopure and tender : "arhey feools th. tou" . h ' L L-ty .vot nl rum'no longo - taw love oni emh was such ly death was atronger. Y sitsizbutnot ii temr S,Tine-es intfath up ing . - a -,.n thr~eto of.cef " "'. T-o the aen wheren htis shtn . h doned alike ebeo torv .-lrdtheyl dwe uln peacef ii --vei't '~ 'twOik4theclih Hope liall b. un.; 7"hl. bitter hbor Ih}soeePing ` And grlef-Oh, lhbld-me no v! My Iluttoring ulwso is failing .5. The 4eatl-e liia nly brow S- _ e a r lmer llrtig i4; ahling lN kthy Yn4aln limeols ae& *de e...

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. — 1 October 1870

THE TELEGRAPH: Published overy Saturday, At tMoniroe, Ounac-tita PLarllh, La. G.. "Cw.TY. oCLRLNWL.TI3, Editor and Proprietor. TERMI OF SIUBSRIPTION. The following raten of sulbscription will ,e rigidly adhered to inl all ,ases: (n)e copy one yar, $:1. Ono copy six ImlOlth, $2. illn gle c(opies, ten .enllts. PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. Dr. Tlho. Y. Aby, M N()-RO1~, ]LA. Ollie roar rooni of Rich ardsolln .h JlknOllry's lI:wN oftlce. Febhruirvy 1, ls7o. n.22:ly' Dr. T1. P. Rlichaardaon, PIYSIr'IAN, Surgeoni anld Obstetrician. (lOlico at Dr. ('alderwood's old stand. Special attentiou given to Chronic Surgi .ial lcase. !2t:13y Dr. J. ('alderwood ()IFER.S his plrofessional services to the jl itizens of 7lMonroo and vicinity. Otlice over Surghnor & Mullins, Girand Street, where he can hie found at all hours1 of the daly alnd nii"llt., when niiot profossioially en gged.l. terulirary 5, 1870. n20¶J Dr. R. C. Strother O 'FERS his professional services to the citizens of MIolnroo and vic...

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. — 1 October 1870

O O A., OCTOBER 1, 170. .INAL WORD. 1 We over the dreary two T- le maintained by us as ihe ited representative of the DIe icy and the people of this dis ttiet,~mn the double capacity as their s i 'k Washingtonand theircounsel 1'at honme, and bringing to mind each unportati event, find nothing so grati iying "personally as the conclusion of our labors, unless it be the confidence shown in imposing those labors upon us. It was a struggle maintained against great odds, against interest, against the advice of friends and ridi aule of foes,--costing us, from a con sciousness of our.own weakness, great - .anxiety lest we should utterly fail, and subjecting us to humiliations and re -Es, and worse still to the envious Sppo tion of men prone to believe that the highway to preferment lies over the necks even of those who are made the representatives of their own griev ances and violated rights. Like the ' soldier just in from a tedious review, we hear the command, rest! with genuine delight,...

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. — 1 October 1870

MO(NROE, I.A., OCTO,)l RI 1, 1870. rot . ..-- - .. - _- . 2: infl Alny person soIditing us live now Cash sill- his s'ribers, at till-he 4sae prost otli'ee, will I, oln titled to a copy of' TItI , Tll.Mll14Al'lRA gratis, th( for onll yvelr. Sublscripltion price invariatbly in advance. att by T.ARIFF< OF ADIVERTISITNG RA'TEM Or Advertisemlents will be inserted at one dollar and lifty cllts per s(lnlare (one illnlh of IspLe or less), filr the first, and soevlltly- To live e t111 tor each lsubsl) l llet ilnsortio l ll i)r any timlle Illder 1ono monthl. For lllongr ,; I)o4iiot l14 as fi)l ow:s: S:t N'IIt.I1at 4(l43a' . t . 2 llc. , t.1 II nt. 12lll. a , ............ . ie ,.755 7 1/ 1:3 5 20 St Two .....................7 50' 12 13 22 :s1 o 'hroo .................. 11 (1 17 24) :se, 40 o r ................ . .. 15 4 22 2ti :8 fIol vin l'ivo.................... S t i 2 4:1 4)i E'leveon (4-col.).. 34 (0 54 8 110 ZCe: Sveltt'1n (%-ll.).. 0 (00 741 8. 124 1701 a l'w'ty-thiree (1 c.) k 4...

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. — 1 October 1870

L Ilir~act Afi ri 1,'1870 k GRAJf POEM. Who shall udda matt from manners? Who sha ow him bhisdress ? Pan r- b e it r princes, -~t fr somethina lesas. e sirt l dirty jacket ary lothe thesiolden ore the deepest thoughts and feelings Satin vests could dono more. There are a springs of crystal netar E~ver weling out of atone ; There ar purple beds and golden, Hidden, crshd and overgrown ; God who counts by souls not dresses Loves and prosers you and me, hle He valUes othrones the highest But as pebbles in the sea. Man, upraised above his fellows, Oft forgets his fellows then; Masters, rulers, lords, remember, That your meanest kind are lnen Men by labor, and men Iy feeling, Men by thought and men by fame, Claiming equal rights to sunshine, " In a man s ennobling name. There are foam-embodied oceans, There are little well-olad rills, Theretare little inch-high sapplings, There are cedars on the hills ; God, who counts by souls, not stations, Loves and prospers you and me ; For, to Him, ...

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. — 8 October 1870

Ppb U.Y. owl Satarday, At Men.ro., Ouamhita ravish, La. .- w. %Cao71L.A%1%T== Editor sad PN.pr to.. TERMS OF SULTBiSCRIPTION. The following rates of ublslcriptionl will be rigidly adlwerd to in all canes: One4 as py 0110 year, fi. Onc copy six uinoutlia, $. S iI gin cnpies, toll conta. PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. iDr. Thos. V. Aby, M O(NROE, LA. Oflieo rear rcwn of Iich ardson ,. Mclory's Law office. February I1), 1870. I"tly* Dr. T. P. UeoshardIsoa, PIYSIUIAN, Surgeoon and Obstetrician. Otlice at Dr. ('ahlerwood's old stand. Special attention given to (Chronic Surgi cal (ases. n20:1y Dr. J. Calderwoed OFFERS his processlonal services to the citizens of Monroo and vicinity. Office over Surghnor & .Mullin's, (rand Streeot, where he can be found at all hours of the day and night, when not profesionally en gaged. February 5, 1870. n20'( Dr. R. !C. Strother OFFERS his professional services to the citizens of Monroe and viciuity. Ollice over the store of Surghnor & Mullint Grand St...

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. — 8 October 1870

-. wIS?. The advice we .have given our Dem oratei fie .t x t~.4 gi _their earnest attention to .the selection o good men for the legislature, cannot be repeated too often, nor too strongly enfoeced upon the public mind. It is to the lekislature we are to look for that measureof relief and-reform which has beoeme essential to the salvation of the credit and the good name of the State. The past two years of Radical rule have 'been fiuitful in excesses, diabolisms, agdd intolerable wrongs upon the peo ple. The public interests have either languished from lack of attention, or what is w6rse, been partially . resusci tated here and there with the deadly pioison of.Radical profligacy and lust. The atmosphere in which we move has been made foul and offensive with the moral stench of bribery, perjury, em be eet, miurder and treason to the State.. A Governor has been found -weehooees for his oompanions outlaws 'of society, eddles out patronage as one woul4 inerchandise, and prostitutes his...

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. — 8 October 1870

@naathita Selegraph.k _ .__ MONROI, l.A.. O(t'TIllMRl. 1.70. Aty person seuling us live now rnsh sub si(rihlrs, at the snute ps1nt ollire, will be orn tilled to a Iopy) of T": 'TsLl.cault.rLII gratis,. for o11e yutr. utllbsrriltion |lprice ietr.iabl y iln dlvan(l*. TARIFIF ) AVI ERTISI'I' IN(; RATIS. Aldvotrismonets will be inserted at, one loll;lr anll fit }" coatsll per squarellll (o1ne inl11 of" spare or less), for the first, and seventy toi (;elt trl" ac 'l| Slubsequenllllt insertionl, for ant lilno under one month. For longer periods as follows: .vu tnr in sq'Icis-. I 1 us.I 2 us.ý: m_ ii. I ta. 1.3m. ()sac......................; 751 7 ! 13 I ' T'we ..................... 7 1R: ) 12 15 22 :31) Thro ................... II 0(W 17 2O ; :0 401 Foulr .................115 !22 2 38 5(1 Five .......... .... I" (n 2(1 :0O 4:3 l;o Elevn is (-..l.)... :I 00rJ ti o( Ho I0 , Movnc1t'O-d,.,l.) (ti 7I 0 5 i120I 170 Twl'ty-throe (l c.) 5s 0o)f 1n 110 1M, 2111 (ards of' a .prso.al(l 'h...

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. — 8 October 1870

i NN WOF MAP by Mbr. but -here ·h~d plecaure, <<: but in, tagita ap;~i t, -liitae tat" -whic s't like it .11 oi~~ malrs l oa + l ,wengon to off t~ rEUtad;then gbeeto P.I. lttseher hattl hdids Ai iwheal set4s;ked " mo and tins, wivsthe` ik il il-a dol hrt' ai l ck tefre tet seh~oo, j wMriotw 1'in the, -` g, before rischool, aaduseri thedi. orer awe-vmr.nd _ sahl a nr, andl -got me a sundown. The tax man gave me 25 ce- . N~ow.ill get me some1 shoesf t , nut then I think Sam' ý I forget~ bein g d -X-s' certsa fam- t mt tie 'om Ju. i "ý " b Irlms if t a OeiL the k the prettiest li When oa hild is tim an ,puttinga ' on k of one A and o saa ~id, with all eukonmisetk e'e "Papa, I think re id~ he ,,ho pre t h S.J -mm Cowuriuurtowa on practical farmning, gar s. dening and honlekeeping, or any interest lin bets, experiments or recipes, are solicit ed from our friends throughout the country, ) for publication in this department. Elements e t Agriculture. ie- 1. All land on which clover o...

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. — 15 October 1870

THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday, At Monroe, Omuaehta Parish, L C-. wT. 2doCE~W.MTT'l, lditor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. The folowing rate of aubacriptiou wll be rigidly adhered to In all caLes: Ono cop one year, $3. (ne oply six nmonths, $2. Sin gle copies, ten cents. PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. Dr. Then. Y. Aby, M ONROE, LA. Office rear room of Rich ardson ,& McEnery's Law office. February i9, 1870. n22:1 Dr. T. P. Riehardson, PT)HYSICIAN, Surgeon and Obstetrician Office at Dr. Calderwood's old stand. Speclal attention given to Chronic Surgi cal C!asces. n20:1 Dr. J. Calderwood OFFER.S his professional services to th citizens of Monroe and vicinity. Otlic over Surghnor & Mullin's, Grand Street where he can be found at all hours of th day and night, when not professionally en gaged. ~ebruary 5, 1870. n20 Dr. R. C. Sarother OFFERS his professional services to th citiz'ens of Monroe and vicinity. Oli over the store of Surghnor & Mullin Gran Street. At n...

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. — 15 October 1870

MO OE. LA.., OC1TOBER 16, 1870. DERK OF GEN. ROBERT E.LE O mighty Caesar doet thou lie solow? If you have tears to shed prepare to sh them now. [Mark Antony= The great, the good, the patient, th brave, large-souled RoeERT E. LEE h crossed over the River of Death, an with his illustrious warrior comrade STONEWALL JACKSON, is "resting un der the shade of the trees!" On th morning of the 12th instant, at 30 min utes past 9 o'clock, his great spirit too its flight heavenward, and all that w earthly of the Christian Hero an Southern Patriot became cold and in animate clay. Filled witr honors, hi great mission on earth ended, an with a record bearing no blemish wha ever, the Great Captain of the Confed acy, at the zenith of his glory, and like Moses of old, his eye not dim, no his natural force abated, set forwa on the long march through Eternity leaving a nation in tears and a worl sorrowing at his departure. Our pe ple's tears and lamentations are hi eulogiums; ours be the task briefly ...

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. — 15 October 1870

MONROE, LA., O(1 IIER 15, 187o. Any pornon sending its five new casli subU scribore, at the samen llst ollice, will be en titled to a copy of TiI, T.Z i-(lnAPH gratis, f!r one year. lSubscription price ismeriabl1 in ad vance. TARIFF OP ADVERT''ISING H~ATI t. Advertisemne ents will be inserted at on dollar anld lity ce(nts per square (otne incl of space or less), toh the first, anud seventy live celnts for each sunlbsequelntt inselrtion, foi anly titlne undoler onine monllth. For longe periods asi follows: .ho.n.nan sti*u. 1 n. 2 n. I ".l i n. 121m Oneo..................... 3 75 7 9 13 $ 20 Two ..................... 7 50 12 15 22 I30 Three .............. 11 00 17 20 30 10 Four .................. 15 00 22 20 38 50 Five.................... 001 26 3 43 000 Elovein (%-col.)... 34 00 ) 50 0 80 110 Soevnt'n (%-col.)..50 00 70 85 120 170 'T'w'ty-three ( e.) 5ti 0(1 90 110 1 10 220 Cards of a personaul c/harecter-wlen ad nmissiblle-will be charged double our reg unlar advertiaing rates. Ob...

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. — 15 October 1870

wOatbotalBl 15, 18p0. MitO31O, LA.,OOTOBER 15, 1870. THE RESSAGE. By ADELAIDE AxNNA PROCOR. I had messags to send her-. b her' whom my soul loves best; hut I hat ny task to finish, And she had 1one to rest; W rest in the !r bright Heaven- Ohl so r:my from here! It was vain to upeak to my darling, For I knew she oould not hear. I had.;meuage to send her, _cr ,oqer, and true, and sweet, I )'bian angel to bear it, x -Aata it down at herfeet. I Luedl.dti oe summer's evening un a little white cloud's breast; But It Soled in golden splendor, And died in the crimson west. I gave it to the lark next morning, And I watched it soar and soar; But its pinions grew faint and weary, And-i aflntteed to earth once more. I cried in Ibyipalonate longing, a.the earth no angel friend Who will dlrry my love the message My heart desires to send? Then I hearda strain of music, So hight,.o pure, so clear, That myvery sorrow was silent, Aund mo. tod .still to hear. It rosein haimonious rushing . Of ming...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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