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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 22 October 1870

MONROE. LA., OCTOBER 22, 1870. HERrIONE; OR, DIFFEsRENCES AD JUSTED. Whonever I wander, up and about, This ia the puzzle I can't mako out Because I care little for books, no doubt. I have a wife and she is wise, Deep in philosophy, strong in Groek; Spectacles shadow her pretty eyes; COteries rustle to hear her spoakk; She writes a little-for love, not 1h1n10 Has published a book with a dreary unaue; And yet (God bless her!) is mild and meek; And how I happened to woo and wed A wit s h ietrny and wise withal Is part of the puzzle that fills my head Plagues me at daytime and mocks me inbed; Haunts me, and makes me appear so small, The only answer that I can see Is-I could not have married Hermione, (That is her fine wise name) but she Stooped in her wisdom and mnarried Ciii: For I am a fellow of no degree, Given to.romping and jollity; The Latin they thrashed into mc at school The world and its fights have thrashed away. At figures alone I am no fool, And in city circles I say my say,...

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. — 22 October 1870

THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday, At Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Ln. C. 'TV . cCSR BAIhP, Editor and Proprietor. TEIRMS OF SUIISCRIPTIO . Th' following rates of subscription will Ie rigidly adherod to in all cases : One copnly one year 63. One copy six months, $2. Sin gl copies, ten cents. PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. Dr. Thos. Y. Aby, M ONitOE, LA. Office roar room of Rich ardson & MclEury's Law oflico. F'ebruary 19, 1870. n22:1y* Dr. T. P. Riichlrduson, YSICIAN, Surgeon anid CObstotlrician. OfIfLc at Dr. alderwood's' old stand. Special attention given to Chronic Surgi cal (Cases. n20:ly Dr. J. Calderwood OFF'ERS his professional services to the citizens of Monroo and vicinity. Office over Surghluor & Mullin's, Grand Street, where he can be found at all hours of the day and night, when not professionally en gaged. February 5, 1870. n201[ Dr. R. C. Strother O FFERS his professional services to the citizens of Monroe and vicinity. Office over the store of Surghnor & Mu...

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. — 22 October 1870

, ý OCTOBER 22 1870. OCTOBER 22, 1870. 1wJ ~ 'TOIURA THROUGH IJ~  U. IsIAA. The great disaffection prevailing aiuegb the Radicals in Southern Louis iana qwiOrl#AILt.Wa iagaud the waning influence of HIenry Clay WVar moth in that portion of the State, both presaging ruin and disaster in Novem ber, to the Radical party, was'the con trolling motive, no doubt, sent the wrongjil Executive of the State upon his recent stumping tour through North Louisiana. lie was made to believe and readily, we imagine-that his ap pearance on the hustings, with Sheridan t6 support hin, would infuse fresh life into his depleted and ragged myrmi. dons in North Louisiana, and might possibly be the means of securing here and there a few fresh recruits from the stragglers of the Democracy. It was expected, perhaps, that the Governor of the State would create a sensation in the rural districts, and predispose the people in his favor-the originators of the enterprise forgetting that-the high est office dishone...

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. — 22 October 1870

MONRNI()l:, LA., l>C'7Y)I)E'R 22, 1870. 4'ANlDIDATEs. Jackson Parish. i| thltu a I .|:x\xurnTATvJF:.-1V'c A're author iled to aninounic1 i. t11. Stevein, Enu.., aHs eintltidtnto att the ensluillg oleOtioni in Nove-ll leir, to roprnmi ilit the parish of Jack-ntlt in the I·Cinlatire. llemocratil Mass Meetings in Mor'ehouse. W\\o have Ieoon requnested b the l)emuo niratic Ix ciuitive (onllnllitteo, tof Morehouse Ipa'ri.sh, to ntllnonnleo that there will be Dcini neratiti Man Meetings, anit addresses byiv Iopular spoakors, at tie obllowing platIs inll t hlit parish, on the dates innlexeu i Lynd (trove; October 212d; Prairie AMer iouge, October 221; Oak Ridge, Octobl,er 2t9ith ; (aonville, (ktolnor 20th Iastrop, Niocmiter 5th. Divine Service W'ill Ies ihekld in %Moroer , Sunday, Oct. 23, at the Union Church; Rev. B. F. Alexander at 11 A. M.; Itev. C. F. Eyvans at 7 P. M. In Trenton, Suunday, Oct. Y2, l1ev. C. F. Evans at 11 A. 3M.; Rev. B. F. Alex auider at 7 P. M. The Fourth Quarte...

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. — 22 October 1870

MONROE, LA., OCTOBER 22, 1870. HERRIONE; OR, DIFFERENCES AD JUSTED. Whenever I wander, up and about, This is the puzzle I can't make out Because I care little for books, no doubt. I have a wife and she is wise, Deep in philosophy, strong tn Greek ; Spectacles shadow her pretty eyes; Clteries rustle to hear her speak ; She writes a little-for love, not 1fo, o Has published a book with a dreary name; And yet (God bless her!) is mild and meek; And how I happened to woo and wed A. wife so pretty and wise withal Is part of the puzzle that fills my ohead Plagues me at daytime and mocks nte inbod; Haunts me, and makes me appear so smnali, The only answer that I can sece Is-I could not have married Hlernione, (That is her fine wise name) but she Stooped in her wisdom and married mle: For I am a fellow of no degree, Given toromping and jollity: The Latin they thrashed into me at school The world and its fights have thrashed away. At figure alone I am- no fool, And in city circles I say my sa...

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. — 29 October 1870

THE TELEGRAPH: Publishod every Saturday, At Mlou~rt, Ouachita I'aIrl. L.'m C3. wt . 3Qo4WLqLE1NTI13 *ditor and Proprietor. TERMS of til S'JISCRILYTIO . Ti'ifo llowing ralles of iI.N.riptioti will 1,0 rigidlv adljured to oin tll coase: (Lilo copy) tite yoeur $:t. Lo CoIpy- six IIIttIiiii, V2. Sii glo copiea, toil ionts. PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. Dar. Theim. I. Aby, M anNltNOE, LA. 0111cc rear rnnom of Itieh 1k ardson a% M En-nry's Law Int lllr. February 1., 18170. n22:Ly Dr. 'l'. 1'. ltelhadeaonu, PiYSICIAN, Siurg ionn andt Otstetrinian. Y Ottice at Dr. Catlorwond's old stand. Special attention given to ('hronii Sourgi cal Cases. nn2ttly Dr. J. (aldecrwood O l ElV, his professional services to the citizens of Monroe and vicinity. (Olice over Surghnor nk Muiaon's, tirand Street, where Ihe call be found at all hIours of the day and night, whoen not professionnally en gagedl. February 5, 1871. n20F Dr. U. 4'. Strother O FI"ER1 his lap rofvionamil services to tnhe citizens of Monroo and v...

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. — 29 October 1870

a W. .@ma1=, sUdter. )(ONEOE, LA., OCTOBER 29,1570. EARWNWT WOSDS FOR THE DRO* CHATS OF OUACHITA. The canvass is about to closem in this parish without any concerted effort on the part of the Democrats, thus far, to carry their ticket through to victory on Monday, the 7th proximo. This apathy, to us, is a matter of real and unaffected regret. We have labored zealously to impress the Democratic party with the magnitude of the con test now pending, and have striven to arouse its leaders to the work of an ac tive, vigorous canvass. The interest we have felt in the political redemption of the State, we have feebly attempted to impart to our readers, whose rights and future welfare are equally at stake with ours; and yet, in our own parish, we are forced to confess, that the can vass has been weal, undecisive, and unbecoming in a people having so much to be either won or lost. The signs have all been propitious-the at tending circumstances wonderfully for tunate and inspiring. The Democr...

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. — 29 October 1870

Ml I)NRI ii, LA., I lli'I'JiE1" 29.1. 71). Alply rt~t.u'l scisdinig u0) live new) 0)1)11 oil titled to )acp)yV f1'1) Ill: '1l'sls.b 1A1l srgllrai, 1.5r 0110 3"oaII. Slthse I'll ion price," e sl rra.,Gr',,ll in aa lilvan fi. 'l'A111I'1' (IL' AU I)VEITIIlwi HATE.'. . lvrtsllllkll . will 1e silositlol alt ono1 ,IItisslo li~lv Scilto per ostpioro (0110 islnel rI' .pav . lens). or the I irsot, at 1oll tWi lit'eii 10 IsiSbls oireahsl~l.Oiqlltblt ini.erlioni, liii : tino :tslslerhs n,.i. ' ouo NI~vtt":a st'1sr I In 12 13t~ :3 Il. iIl211. 1·s 1................... . 7 12 1.i 22 30 l11'ee..... ....Il (10 21 _) :10 401 liv e............ ....... 1') ItII) 24 :111 43 j 11 Rlovelt (4-.oil.). 41 0 ll I11 s0)11t 8sovist'ss (- 1 ill Ill 8 1_K) 170) 'l's'tV-tlirsee (Ito.) (i.,txil1140 1111 111)01220 (lrds sL' u yscs'oosausl cs-h~usd',-whenel ad misii 'olst-wjlt ho elssrgs'sI do~ublst our reg silir" aolvfsrtisiiig rates. SI lluitaa. and Marriage isi) TisP IiI I h s-I os'glsxo is. adverti~semensol. 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. — 29 October 1870

MONROE, LA., OCOER 2, 1870. MONROE, LA., OCTOBER 2S), 1870. SEA -VENTURES. I stood and watched my ships go out, BEch one by one, unmooring free, What time the quiet harbor fill ed With flood-tide from the sea. The tirst that sailed, her name wast Joy She spread a smooth, white ample sail1, And eastward drove with lbending spars, Before the singing gale. Another sailed, her name was lHope, No cargo in her hold she bore, Thinking to find in western lands Of merchandise a store. The next that sailed, her nameo was Love, She showed a red flag at the mast, A flag as red as blood she showed, And sped south right fast. The last that sailed, her name was Faith, Slowly she took her passage forth, Tacked and lay to; at last she steered A straight course for the north. My gallant-ships they sailed away, Over the shimmering sea, I stood and watched for many a day, But one came back to me, For Joy was caughtby Pirate Pain Hope ran upon a hldden reef, And Love took Are and foundeda fast, In whelm...

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. — 29 October 1870

THE TELEGRAPH: 'PubImhod every Saturday. .t .Monroe. Ouachita IParish. I.a. 4l:-. w. 3%dCoQ3FLA =3E3 dldtor and Proprietor. 'L'IZIiJfH lL· SUBSCRIPTION.IU S '1'k&wi foll.o'Ing r:&tes of Su14erifll 1otiokl will lie rigidly adlutro in all os (ane i opy gle wapiex, 14el1 oeintN. PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. Dr. Thon. Y. Aby, ýj t N lttE, LA. (Otllcre rr I 041t of Itilt u rdsn an Me McEnry's Law ofthics. February 19, 1870. ni22:ty Dr. 'T'. P. illciaardano, 1)IIYNICIAN, our seon Sod )Obstetri.izot. Office at Dr. Calderwooi's old statndti. Special attention given to ('lhron* Snrgi cat (aste. u20:t y Dr. J. 'aliderwood O FI"ERl his yrofessional services to the citizens of Monroe and vicinity. ()OMie over Surghnor & Mullin's, tirand Street, where ho can be found at all hours of the day and night, when not professionally en gaged. February 5, 1870. 1ige Dr. I. '. Strether O ''FRtL his iprofessional services to tthe citizens of Monroo and vicinity. Ofllce over the store of Surghlnor &...

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 November 1870

THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday, At .oflroe. OaateaItu Paril,, L. CG-. `OAT. 3vro(:3L 3%'33E7 Editor and Proprietor. Il" rii lt lu i . ul d ,t t 'i ltT : 1.u ) , iu rll,; i. One teV. ix nonit thsi, 2. ,ilw - ýh, e]ieQs, ten emits. PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. D)r. T Ino. ..Slby. 1 aI Ill:, iA,.\. O)li' resat room of ICih 11 nd.n ." .Ihl:nery'" I Law olic". i alii'er y lIL, 170. I22:lyv Dr. '1'. I'. Iiellhar.il4o, I)Ill llti.N, S ...' ..t( :w.d (tteatt'trii'i:1i. "S1iil att.ention givokel to (hlr10li" Slurgi Dr. J. ('allcrwoodl F1 EI'lS his nilti:siiiial servies to the l .itizis of Mo"kre :iall vicinity. (ltice ovetr Sllurghol llll Mtullil's, tritand Street, har lie l 5al hei tIu.t aill kll lhours of the d:ay and night, when not .proti.sioilailly 5i gI0;e. I.atrlariry 5, 1570. n20¶ Dr. It. ('. Strother I' Fll, ItS hitS I' .1tssionil sert'viets to the Siitizten oif M[oiliro iud vicinity. i)titiee ,over tlhe st4oir of iurlghlilor & MIuIllini (; rlnd Street. Atl night, ...

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. — 5 November 1870

O. w. L OmImUaiER , 0. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 5, 1870. CIAIS OF TIE CAJNASS---FIAL AP PEIL. We are rejoiced to know that the avnra in thia satao ia near itesa el. Let the result on Monday be as it may, we do not think that if the twenty-four hours yet intervening were prolonged to so many weeks, there would be, without a change of incidents and facts, any alteration in that result. And whaever may be the fate of the day, if fairly brought about, we are prepared to say in advance, we will faithfully abide by it. Would that we could hope for as much from our Radical opponents. But it Is one of he evils they have fa tened upon our elective system, that the ballot-box, once the final arbiter between political parties, is no longer decisive in its judgments and sacred in its expression of the popular will. It is now only the gateway to contests and to umjustflable partisan outrages upon the elective franchise. It is to be lamented that the canvass about closing has been counducted with 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. — 5 November 1870

( N) Ii.,, LA., NOV E'1"%1H 5, 1$70. Any Ip'erson sen'lilng uis live Ilew lrlh sull 1,riiers, at the samte post olllke, will he oi- I titled to a . opy of al'Tt: Tur'ult.t~ll.ýPH gratis, iir ..no year. 'Itblesriptin) ptrie ine:versubl it mlvanee. I'.\1I! (OF AI.YER'IrNIG HATES. T°\ IIII" 1, .... . ,.ll) Vl,Il 'rl. iN l.\ ',i Adverlisemlnts will to inserted at one ihMur anil filly .(i'lnts per wlture (ine inch ,if spaii or less), for the first, anld seventy tive, rents tr eaa-h subse.quntl insertion, for mall\ time inder one mouth. For longer perands n.s 1:llows: Nt l' tlll tl g'l Es. ! 1 Ili. 2 il1 _l Y111. 1i4l 1n 11i 1. t nes..... .........1.;4 75 7 i5 !) i$ 1: I S l(1 Trw, .o...... ......... 7 :q) 12 15 1 t2 30 'lT'hiree . ...... . ...... .. 11 (il 17 2 :Sl 40 l'Four. ...... ..... .... .. 1:. (Ni ý'2 I 2ai4 3 :, 0 Flivte.. ....... ... ... ( Y :... 18 0( M I :- I ,: l) I' lvell ( l-:l, )... l... O:t (4.1 t: I O )k I l 111t \'1 ,It'ln (l-c ol.). i  I ; 7( I S 1.20 170 T...

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. — 5 November 1870

MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 5, 1870. THE HOUR OF DEATH. BY MusRS. IEMANA . Leaves have their time to fall, And flowers to wither at the north wind's breath, And stars to set-but all, Thou hast all seasons for thine own, oh, Death ! Day is for mortal care, Eve for glad meetings round the joyous Night for the dreams of sloop the voice of unt a-a for , thou mightiest of the earth. The banquet hath its hour, Its feverish hour of mirth, and song, and wine; There comes a day for griet's o'erwhelm ing power, A time for softer tears-but all are thine. Youth and the opening rose May look like things too glorious fir decay, And smile at thee; but thou art not of those That wait the ripened bloom to seize their prey. Leaves have their time to fall, And flowers to wither at the north wind's breath, And stars to set-but all, Thou hast all seasons for thine ownl, oh, Death. We know when moons shall wane. When summer birds from far shall cross the sea, When autumn's hue shall tinge the golden But who sh...

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