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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 30 October 1869

THE TELEGRAPH: PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT MOMOW, OUAUEIITA PARISH, LA.; G. W." slonaxCiAi. XEDI)1TOR AND FPfOFPRI-ETOR Terma of Subscription. The following rates of subscription will be rigidly adhered to In all cases : l>ne copy, one year .- - - - 3,00 One copy, smi monthe - - -. 2,00 Mingle copies 10 cents. Any porson sending us five new cash subscribors, to the same post ofilce, will be entitled to a copy of ' 0IIE TEI.EORAPII" gratis, for one yr. . EAV Subscription price invariably in advance. An proteseional QLarbs. Dr. D. #I. IKey, TRENTON, LA., C AN be found at his office over the Drug store. March 3, 1869. n24:10m Da. R. D. WHYTE H AS resumed the practjce of Medicine and offers his services to the citizens of Trenton and vicinity. Office over the Drug Store. Jas'arv 30, '68 Iy Drs. Calderwood & Richardson, HAVIN-G associated themselves in the practice of Meldicinue and Surgery, offer their services to hioe citizens of pMonroe and vicinity. They can be foul", who , 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. — 30 October 1869

- i. 41vE .R.A. NIW. ;E4itoi*. *QA " .. Jý, O 0,To8 .BQ 1869 " L THILOSOEM1 t'YH . to Amn Sorthern Democracy have a way of fighting battles not at T'I al4 to our liking. We have wait- cha ed patiently, and even confident- pla ly, during th -past four years, for role -- 'iWptble manifestation at the polls of that preponderating De- ans mocra.ticsentiment which we have tral been frequently told certainly ex- tiol isted at the North, without hav- Vic ing, as yet, seed the realization of the oft-proclainied preponder- pal ance. It is bad enough to fight co and gain indecisive victories, as be; the South so. frequently did in int the late war; it is worse to fight se and get beaten on eveiry field. at The recent elections in Ohioow and Pennsylvania presented an cec opportunity never surpassed for gaining a Democratic triumph.- O The Democracy had their best and ablest leaders, and the ad- o vantage of the very position for us which they had so long manea vered. The XVth Amendment brought...

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. — 30 October 1869

Onaclhita Telegrapht MONROE, LA., OCTOBER 80, 1869. S Traveler ' Guide,. From h tnom,.e t Wew ODrlean--5 0 miles L urn er n rrangemena-- Semi-Weekly Packet line to tlead of navigation; hacks thence to and from Mouroo. 'lime Su hours. Fr'rums .vloarioc in Vickl burg-75 miles-Cars make trl.weekly trips (Mondays, Weldncsdays and Saturdays] to Delhi leaving ~Ionroe at 4 ,. Ol., thence by coach to Delta, opposite Vickhlurg. Time 17 hours Cars leave Vicksburg daily, Sun daya excepted at 6 A. x., and 1 P. M., for all points east. Fr'wa Yt ensroe to kIsroVeonrv--110 miles Four ho-rseeach l'aves every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, updn arrival of ara, pasa'ng thiiongh Treuton,Vienna, Arcadia and Minden. Arrives at 31lunroe, returning, at 3 o'clock on morninear of 'same days. Time to Shreveport 36 hours Time thronh from Vickaburg to Shreveport, _2 days: fare $30. Fr ss U..sitrop to 3latl.ýp-30O milens-Two horas hack. car.yiung T S. mnail, leaves every ioln dam. Wedrsredny and Friday morun...

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. — 30 October 1869

ONRO, LA., O gra801869. MONROE, LA., Ocesua 80, 1869. Rail Read Meeting. A weeting.of the citizens of the Par ish of Riibland and adjoining Parishes, was hqId at Rayville on Wednesday, the 20th of October, 1869, to take the initiatory for holding a Conventlon of the parishes interested in the proposed railroad from Pine Bluff, Arkansas to New Orlfns. On motion. the Hon. W. 8. McIntosh was called to the chair, and R. B. Todd, .Esq., appointed Seeretary By request Col. Wm. D. Brigham, in a fewpertisent remarks, explained the object of the meeting and showed the great advantages that would acorue to this section of Laniaiana from the construction of said road. On motion, it was resolved, That a Convention of the parishes of North Louisiana be held at Rayville, on Sat urday the 27th day of November next, to recommend and adopt such measures as may be deemed best calculated to aid in the construction of said road; and the parishes interested in said work are urgently rcquested to send de...

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. — 6 November 1869

THE TELEGRAPH: PUBLISHED EVERYi SATURDAT AT IONROE,'OUACUITA PARISI, LA.; 0. W. MnCRANIJI. E OrrOH ANXD PROPEIETOH Terms of Subscription. The following rates.of subscrinption will be rigidly adhered to in all cases : One copy, one year - - - - b .0. One copy. six month's - - - ,O iangle copies . - - 1- ent-s. Any person sending us five new cash subscribers, to the same post office, will be entitled to a copy of "CnE TELEGRAPH" gratis, for'one year. L;p' Subscription price invariably in advance. protc8lOntal Qtarbe. DrI). L . ii. Tey, TRENTON, LA., C AN be found at his office over the Drug Mtore. March 3, 1869. n24:10m Da. R. D. W H YTE H AS resumned the. practioe of Medicine and offers his services to 'the citizens of Trenton and vicinity. Office over the D'rag Store. Jaauarv 80,'68 ' y Ors. Calderwooed & Richardsoo, HAVING associatetd themselves in the practice of "LMedicine and Surgery, offer their services tb she citizens of Munroe and vicinity. They can be foup4, when not pr...

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. — 6 November 1869

G. ýýaou L&,RANIE. O EMditor. . ,. - ., NOVEMBER 6, 186 O.]aRi~~. L6. NOYvzIBER 6, 1869. "Fa Ilaies About Gold." Under this heading . the editor of the Commercial Bulletin dis cusses the objections offered by the 'ThLEGBAPH to the Bulletin's objections to a coin monetary system, or, to be more specific, to the sale of cotton exclusively for gold. The article of the Bulletin is lengthy, able And dignified, but fails, in our judgment, to meet conclusivly the objections to- a greenback money market for the staple prodlxotioniof the South. Noticing our position in favor of a "coin market for agricultural products." the Bulletin says: To,be sure, there has been in timie past, a4 .there may -.'be again a so - cel1 " `'eein amarket fbr agricultural uprt idi'- -But i~e.smueh as coui is ai4tep of merchandise., one of th'e in ~t~ eae;o- cormmerce, an actual ~oleiasn for .any .sr-t of products ornty a ist wdten the sene law -f sapply-sad demand which governs the esseýui"o f ansactual iro...

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. — 6 November 1869

Oachita QTekegraplI MONROE, LA., NoVEMBER 6, 1869. Traveler's G ude. From Meonrot e to Newo Orlean."--l'0 miles-. lums t Arrangemennt:-Semi-Weekly IPakot lihlle to head of navigation; hacks thence to and from Monroe. Time 50 hours. From Plonroe aso Vicki.burt-r-75 miles-Cars mult, tri-weekly trips (Mondqays, Wednes4ays and'sturdayaJ to DelI. leavioug monroe at 4 A. M., thnes'by coach to Delta, opposite Vicksburg.-. Time 17 hours Cars leave Vilkablrg daily, Sun days excepted at,6 A. M., and 1 P. M., for all points east. Frem a olrors to hrevenrr-llO miles Four horse ceach leaves every Mondav, Wednesday and Saturday, upon arrival of cars, pass'ug through Treoitn ,Vienna, Aorcadia and Minden. Arrives at Monroe, returning, at 3 o'clock on moraines of same days. Time to Shrevport 36 hours. Titan throungh, from Vieksburg to Shreveport, 2t days; From IWVonroo to IBastrop-30 miles- Two horse hack, carrying U S. mail, leaves evefyrMon day, Wedncsday and Friday morning, arriving at Bastro...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 6 November 1869

e acbita titgrapt) YONROE, UL., Novmaxla 6, 1869. STATE DXB.AL. rBLDEN VS. TBHE AU biroa.-Tbia is a sait by the Attorney ,oesral for.a mandamus on the Au aiter directing the payment to him of $1t56,000 fireper cent, commissiod on $*W,00000, the amount collected under the-operation of the one per cent tax. Tmeconcluaions of the opinion render ed by Judge Cooley this morning are somewhat safollows: Upon the testi geony of C. E. Girardey, who testified that-one-third of all the real Estate i. -the eity was rAreseented in the Owners' Association. By the agree ment between Mr. Stevenson and - the Tax Collector, M. Lemarie, "the Frellsen case"' was made the test, which if won, one third of the taxes ot Or leans and Jefferson, as represented in Asbociation, would' be paid. The ielator (Belden) is entitled to his com ispision, having won the Frellsen case, upon the taxe'bn property represented lb(:jhe Association, less the amount collected prior to the suit instituted by thein. Froatthe amo...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 13 November 1869

THE TELEGRA EVERY SATURDAY AT lONreOE, OUAII'IT& PARISH, LA.; q in, this. isan.. eran oBb to.ineertion... . cm ...... 7 a k itTet g rap Sbpecial conatracts made for dvertindg by the year s N- o oCA-0II t at lberalr tes. IT A Cards of a persona chearpetr-wleu amlssble ......n All advoertisement sennt to this.oflc, when not otherwise ordered, wi be inserted " til forbidu" nd chorpd accodingly. Terrn* o Subsc tNo fratious of eqTres couEnted e eIA, but they . .rito p eirab a --.ev~When displayed, annllader tseuentso all be charged The eollowing rates of subscription will, be rigidly by masrment, n not by the m r sttherel to in sl ceaes : .Obituary and Marriage notices will be charged s0 (xno copy, oe year :43,.00 "ENGAGED IN THE DEFENSE OF AN HONORABLE CAUSE, I WOULD TAKE A DECISIVE PART."-J3usa. advertisemnt C3. . copy,.. eao I- - Professional cards $2 per annum; 6 months One copy, srix months - - - 2,00 in rd~vmce. oingle oopies - - - 10 centes. ._a Any person sending us five...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 13 November 1869

G}. v. MoC1 tO & g . Mditor. MOIROE, LA., NoymaR 13, 1869. EMIGRArrs.-Every day or two we notice upon our streets trains of emigrant wagons gbing west watd. The emigrants come main ly from Alabama and Georgia, and are bound for the growing State of Texas, soon to be an em pire of itself. Of this world's goods, judging from appearances, they have but little-a two-horse, er two-ox .wagon generally con tains and transports their all, a four-horse or mule wagon being an excess of transportation tole rated by nonewe have yet noticed, 4 Still judging from appearances, they are, however, men and t women inured to labor and exer- 1 else and blessed with cheerful and t emnegetic spirits; possessing with- I la themselves all the requisites r for achieving pecuniary success I and building up, a great State. It v is rarely the case they ever stop p in our streets, but hurry on .to the s] ferry, cross the river by twos, and qi eolleeting on the opposite bank, di tike up their long and tediou...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 13 November 1869

Qnacljita telegrapt) MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 13, 1869. Traveler': aGuide. rearoem Ioenres to eaN Orleans-500 miles- 5ummer Arrangement:-Semu.Weekly Packet line to head of navigatlon; hacks thence to and from Monroe. Time 50 hours. Wrote IeMonroe to Viuck~burg-75 miles-Cars makte tri-weekly trips (Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays) to Delhi. leaving ~tonrooat 4 A. St., thence by coach to Delta, opposite Viakoburg.' Time 17 hour. Care leave Vioksbnrg daily, Sun rays excepted at 6 A. M., and 1 P. M., for all points east. WFrm iMoe ..roe to W'hreVepo el-110 miles Feor bgree coach ~aves every Monday, Wednesday ad Saturday, upon arrival of cars. pas'ng throlugh Treton Vienua, Arcadia and Mienden. Arrives at Monroe, returning, at 3 o'clock on mornings of same days. Time so Shreveport 30 hours. Tilu through from Vicksburg to Shreveport, 21 days; fare "30. From ITinraee to lastrop--30 mileos-Two horse hack, carrying U S. mail, leaves every Mon; day, 'Wednesday and Friday morning, arriving at B...

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. — 13 November 1869

iuaaita 4rt1egrap h c pO RO - ., NovEMxua 13. 1869. A Moter to her Daughter on - Marriage. "You are now* my beloved- child, - -about to leave those arms which have -.~.itherto cherised yon, and directed -your every step, and at length conduc ted you toneafe, happy and honorable SpOoedetiona the very bosom of love amd bonor. You must now be no -Jenget the lighty, inconsiderate, .-iMugbty,. passionate girl, but ever, with anl rieverence Aud delight, have the merit of your husband in view. -Reflect how 'Vtst the sam of your.obligation to the man who confers upon you indepen dence, distinotion and, above all, felic -ity. iModerate, then, my beloved child, .,-our private expenses, and proportion your general' expenditure to the stan -dard of his fortune,, or rather his wishes. Iear -not that, with your ari ucation and principles, you can ever f*eget the more sacred duties, so soon 1ic 'To be your sphere of action. Remem * er the sole~onity of your vows, the dignity of ypir oharacter, ...

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. — 20 November 1869

THE TELEGRAPH: PUBLISHED EVERY BATUIRDAY AT MONROE, OUACIIITA PARISH, LA; 1.. Vw. MobonA--'I , EDITOR AND PR'OPRIEETOR Terms of Subscription. The fUowlng rats eo subsaoription will be rigidly adhered to in all ases : One copy, one year - - - - *3,00 One copy, six months - - - 2,00 BLngle copies - - - 10 cents. Any person sending un Ave new cash subscribers, to the same poet oelce, will be entitled to a copy of L"CaU TELGNiPrs" gratis, for one year. SXP Sbsoriptieon prie nvcariably in advance. .& protteslonal -arbe. ------------------------------------ -DIr.-D. H1. Key, TRENTON, LA., C AN be found at his office over the Drug Store. March 3, 1869. n24:lOm Da. R. D. WLHYTE HAS resumed the practice of Medicine and offers his services to the citizens of Trenton and vicinity. Office over the Drug Store. JaIaarv 30.'68 IY Drs. Calderwood & Richardson, F VINIG associated themselves in the practice of R Medicine and Surgery, offer their services to the etizens of Monroe and vicinity....

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. — 20 November 1869

~· - C W. McVE3A.IJIR. EdItor. flO1ROE; 'LA., NovEBEuR 20. 1869. The XVth Amendment. The apparent probability of the ultimate rejection by a sufficient number of States to defeat its rat ification has of late given to the XVth Amendment, and especial ly ' its status with reference to flnal adoption, an importance it hitherto failed to attract in con sequence -of the general belief th at no efforts could. defeat the well-devised plan to carry the measure triumphantly through all the stages of the fiercest oppo sition. But not even our Con servative exchanges, whose col umns have been employed in discussing the subject, are agreed in opirion as to the final fate of the Amnendment. This results prtly 'from the novel mode in which some of the States have ~atified the measures and partly 'Toi a difference of conjecture as to what will be the action of oth ersof the States whose legislatnurs have not yet voted. Missouri, *ansas, Indiana anid New York, :for nstance, are claimed -by the at...

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. — 20 November 1869

Sunacljita QIelgrapIj MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 20, 1869. 2'raveler'M Guide. rom A mtosree to New Orlen"' -5-O mile- Pmswe* Arangs-ement:--Semi-Wieekly Packet liue to head of navigation; hacks thence to and from onroe. Time 50l honra. Wu p loutrOe to Vik hi rr--75 milea--Care mrne tri-weekly trips (t~ondays, WVeduesdays .nd.Saturdaxasl to Delhi. lcavingMonr-o alt 4 A. o., Ctbeoncnby bacla to Delta, o; posits. Vicksulnr. 'oime 17 hourc Cars loav cksl, nllrg daiily. Surn daysercepted at 6A. n., anid rn. Or., orr all poiuts east. Saft illonroe to othrevepoir' -llo molc tbr horse oahb 1pavee overtMondae. WedTnelsda Mtd Saturday, upon arrival of oars,. pasa'•g tiiough Trouton Viuuna, Arcadia aind Mlndiin. Arrives aC Monroe, returning. at 3 O nCloCk 01c n lonorlnls of tiae days. Time t s shreveprt 36 our. r Tinae thrungh from VIckaonrg to Srio"port, 2' da.ys: fare $30o. uFrWan or·tmrla to d:Rate.rp--.3 miles-- Two horse-hIack, carrying U S. mail, leaves every Mon day, Wedneeda:y and Frida...

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. — 20 November 1869

S , N 21 Thrting Bohool-GiTl Boston Is very much in trouble be- ,cause .thO ehort-skirted girls of the high sohool wll will flirt. The police have -been set upon the track, but notwith -standing. their vigilance, the girls, with the assistance of nice yonuge men, Sdo manage to get in a little flirt very an wbo frequentlf. "° We oden't know what manner of young ien they have in Boston, to devote their time to flirting with school rs. be idea is absueard. The little iarlings are fresh and pretty, and sweet, as they trip their way to school On te .. nder theweight of books they study, "but do not. understand, and would be I haVe none the Wiser, practically, if they did; articles, bat they are not yet of that age tooo o. understand and. enjoy the science of 20wo -flirting any more than they do tbeir S 'oeqs. They tossess an idea that 'they are growipg wise because they ..ommit jv. mejaory from big books • . e ofatha jargon they never can 7rn; asi also they think they are blossom  int...

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. — 27 November 1869

THE TELEGRAPH: PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT MIOlR01, OUACIIITA PARiISH.,LA; -. W. McCRANIEx, 3EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR Termn or Subscription. The followig rates of sabsonption will be rigidly sAredfr4 to L all cases One "copy, one year - - - - $,0 ()ne copy, six month - - - ,00 .ianglo copies - - - 10 cents. Amy person sending uas Lv new eash subseribers, 4 -ineasms peat office, will- be entitled-to a copy o "' Ba TaLUGaAPaI" gratis, for one year. ' Subscription price invaricbly in advance. -. plyrotateowtala Earbu. -- ---"---'------'------------------ Dr. D. H. KEey, TRENTON, LA., AN be found at hi. office over the- Drug - "dtore. March 3, 169. n24:10m Da. R. D. WH IYTE HTAS resumed the practice of Medicine .1 and offers his services to the citizens of Trenton and vicinity. Offie over the Drug Store. Jasuarv 30,'68 IV Drs. Callerwood & Richardson, j AVIT asmeoelated themselves In the practice 01 Medicine and Surgery, offer their servicos to .he ititzens of Monroe and vicinity. Th...

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. — 27 November 1869

R."ý./aU'_ ret 'IE01NJh S";-LA.; Novmi3E 27, 1869. Ladies' FsireuadEeetiv al for.the Ben ' eft of Grae COhuroh.l-*eld on the 28rd, 24th and 2['atanti. The ladies intended to hold the Fair in Bernhardt's new building, but a disagreement between them and him resulted in the selection of "ih spacious warehouse of SWNWHaa.""Tibfirln & Feibel in.n $Th coin irtments of ern s bu'ilt4ig readered it more ed4ssle wi+t ,the ladies as.: they SQ*nld have- btd ample room 'n it ato lllay'fll~' theim, gobr8 and das'`to thegieatet $dvantage. Ihey pnadea virte ,p f ,ineeassity, a. w.lat they lackedin ,space .they supplied-in astisttaste. and ha pp rarreian eet. i rhe wAore1 use was converted ; a magnificent septioun room, .the.foor; apeted with bagging a--I ie wallse eanvassed in white, '8Corated 'with festoons, ever greenis, paintings awl pictures. en chandeliers. hanging in ap puopriate. pla es, wall lamps and candles in profusion served to make the building as light as day. • bIe metailrs) ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 27 November 1869

@uacljita tele grap t •MONROE, LA., NOvEMBES 27. 1869. Ifitti .g thanks. ry: a u xe d theStem er Tahlequah for late papers. BARGAnINs.--The enterprising firm of J. Hayman & Co. are now offering their large and asaorted stock of fancy goods, boots, shoes, &c., &c.,' at greatly reduced prices. See their advertise BaAsa BiND.-We are, pleased to notice the efficiency of the Band, and to learn that it is a fixed institution. It has since its organization made rapid improvement, and, it now discourses muic at which the very best critical ear ear-not complain. We refer to its splendid perfbrmances daring the re geht fifrt as ad evidence of its profi - ciency and usefulness. Paasjtdt.-Geriz Majors; a distin guished cavalry officer in the army of the late Confederate States, has been apending;some time in our commru nity. We trust his visit has been as pleasant to himself as his genial dispo sition, wit and flite colloquial powers have been to his numerous friends. The General i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 27 November 1869

tapli MOPý Re. NoVuXDUU 27.1869. -g of the DnTob. ?,A1I duckt , one .w SerroWe no tte r o.. big blusghuk tck.igmmhO' Sase bed. a. n de n it dr fo n ne the vate. e~nteseeu dte olloýwlag aeeu oa Oter .1Oble tragedy twat or-ee. maybe therbs ,rotnaingon Sher, ao ury our miei Wite;brsawn eyes a tbe piotuelbtt om e at Bt Pukaul, outn oaub y, l er remberl:" ": . - Joseph Neser and his wifsweet Ce red apTrntly happily for the past my twelv yem~ , aind have four children A neighbor.au a widower, ewho his very beenr to on aiendly.te mshn. os la e Ne leris ladyducpious t y treque im; n =Terrible visiagey in houinse. On rita. A `Husain;'3, Y MISTh3 MURDDS tss Wirn ..bAeSt,. Paul Press of November 8, eoutaIO *eiofolowing account ofa terj rible tragedy that occrred oighbor the to shoot him, about bef ore miles froin Sunday. Pnght, on onday No-ene vember 1i" by a noiseph Neshed, and his wife have lived apparently happily for the pastor, Gnive yea, and have four children. a neighbor. a widower, ...

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