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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 12 November 1870

THE TELEGRAPH: Published ovory Saturday, At Monroe, Ouachitta Parish, La. i-.. -r. IEo .2." .N'", 0Editor and Propriotor. TERMS 01? SU BSCRCIPTION. T'he 'dIlowing r:atcs of subscription will Ii' rigidly adhered to iii ill cacse: Oto copy ,no ye:r, $3. One copy ix months, $2. Sin ilo copi4i3, tonl COluts. PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. i)r. Thlos. Y. Aby, ON lt(t E, LA. Oll'co roar rooih of Ricth :L-ordon & Meltnory'$s l.aw ollie. leobritary 19, I170. u22:1y Dr. T. P. Richiardson, JIIlhI'IAN SrNcoln !inld Obsteotricialn. ollhdo tit Dr. Cahldor\wo,)d'. old stanld. peciail atiluntiol giveni to Cihroniic Sturgi ,d i 'scs. It20:ly I)r. J. Calderwood O lF lE S his prof'essiona:l servicos to the Scitizolns of Monroe :iLd vicinity. Ofllco ',v rr Sriailo r .C: Mullinis, Grand Streeoot, \\ lher he t:ts io found at all hours of the dayv a)inl night, when not professionally on g:,sl. February 5, 1870. -n20¶ I)r. RI. C. Strother l FFEIiM lis prifesio.nal sorviceo to the e-itiznus of ,onroo andl \...

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. — 12 November 1870

0. W. a=cctA , aMter. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 12, 1870. IONDAY' DEFEAT. 5 The election would be an exceedingly disagreeable subject for us to handle, if we were in any way responsible for the result in this State on Monday ; but we can and do thank our Creator that we possessed the decision and the spirit to do all in our power to produce a differ ent result, and may say to the ghost of Democracy, "Shake not thy gory locks at mle, Thou canst not say did it." For weeks our columns have been burthened with appeals to the people to make an efibrt to redeem the State and with pointed admonitions to the Democratic leaders toarouse themselves and the people to action. Ve saw that the Democratic party was dying from lethargy and inaction, and we sought to drive the stupor away and to revive that spirit of enthusiasm which so powerfully did its work in 1868, and was only necessary to give the Democ racy the State in 1870. But the people appeared to heed no warning, and the result of their ap...

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. — 12 November 1870

MlO)SNRlOl,' LA., NOVE.MBIER 12, IS70. l pers'on ,senllding us livo Inew cLas-h Hub s'rilJsmr, at thl seino post ollleo, will h0 en titled to ii copy of Tlli: 'IEIL~ElonAPII gratis, tir Otto year. ulllwerijtitOll prite i,,ariaitbly il Id v;ancie. 'T'AI;FI." OF ADVERTISING IRA'I"'. Advertisne ltents will ber inserted at olne dtollar and litty cents per square (one inch ,,f spl.o or loss), for the lirst, and seventy livo cotnts for oach suNsequent ilnsortion, for nov timte tinder 011o Illrutait. For longer pIeriodls als follows: .Nt: 4it:g.i sq.t'E. 2 int. 2 ". i3 ..1 3 ) .i i) . (I...............;-, 7 , - 1#d 70 8 7 4) P 13 ~20 I <w 1 15 ±2 30 T'rhrc ................ I( 0! 17; o 30 40 FouIr 1............ .. 15 00fl ? 2 . , 0 tVive......... ....i nO 10 211 30 43 i0o Eleven (M-tOl.)... t 00; t i0 80 110 Nevent'n (%-(ol.).. 5 0 0 70 i12 170 __w'ty-tl___ (_.) 110 ) 0110 160 220 (Carlds of a pcraofsetl caraln·dctr-whell ad niseiblo--will he thatrged, doubln oer reg ualar nldvertisin...

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. — 12 November 1870

MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 12, 1570. KWHO WAS KISSED . As Annie was carrying the baby one day, Tossing aloft the lump of inauity, oear to its father and mother, no doubt To the rest of the world a more lump of humanity Sam clime along, and was thinking then, nlmaybe, -Full as much of Annic asslshe of the haby. "Just look at the baby," cried Ann, in a 1lutter, Giving the locks round her tingers a twirl; " If I was a man, I know that I couldn't Be keeping my hands ol'a dear little girl." And Sam gave a wink, as if to say, "Maybe, Of the girls I'd rather hug you tlinu the "Now kiss it," she cried, still luggingll it closer; " It's mouth's like the roses the honey-bee sips!" Sanm stooped to obey, and, as honds came together, There chanced to arise a confusion of lips! And, as it occurred, it mlighlt have been maybe, Thit each got a kiss,-Samn, Anti, and the baby! It's hard to toll what just then was the matter, For the baby was the only one innocent there ; And Annie flushed up like a full-b...

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. — 19 November 1870

THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday. At o1raao. 4 Onllat.ta PIarish. l.a. 0c-. wCT. SEoCFL.ANE.  Editor and Proprietor. T' r .11;i Is , OF St lI~t Sl i1 l1' qN. Th"e tllowing ratcs of sublrS 'ilttion M ill 'o v t, 'S . I Ol c ty si lm nthlts,.. ý"a. glr (t pids, tel rents. PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. IDr. Tlmho. Y. Aby'. ] N It l:, L.A. (fllip' rear roomi of lii.h Febrlulllly 19l, /INTl. " I':1y" Dr. T'. 1'. Itlaihardlsonm. )llIt'I('fAN, Mitrgioi mitid illbtet rhijiu, SI llie' o I ri. lth hrwooil' old .tllll. ,pe-ial t ienitiio given to l 'irlitroii - i t'lll ( ';I;tM• lc):. IDr. J. ('ll lerwooll ) I- IlltS hi," lrotif uional s-ervi,-e-. to the Siitize.is of orn o andiviciniitiyil., Othlie ovSr Sirglior K lfullin'a, i-iid .Striet, VhIeli I-nil tIl he fhiii at all hourI. of the tla" nl Ilumiglit, wVII iIIu not fo il)pr aionlleii (1 gaged. If irutiary 5, 1)71. 01711 IDr. R. '. NStrotler 4 k l, ll .:LL Iris I 'ofi m +.io n al cL s e vi c e t o, t he - eitiz.es of ..ll ouirce toi...

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 November 1870

I.td~OE L. u io THE REPUBIUCAN cRUSADE IN LOU ISIANA-187i. We ventured to predict last week not knowing the result of the election that the Radicalsifid carried the legis lature by a two-thirds majority. Th facts appear to more than justify th prediction made : the Democrats wil not have more than twenty-five lmeir bers in the next House, and probabl; not so many. The parishes of Jacksor Bienville, Union, Claiborne, Richlan and Franklin, in North Louisiana notably the a "Radical Democratic" pa ishes--have returned Democratic mein bers; while West Baton Rouge, L: fourche and two or three other parishi in South Louisiana, have elected men hers of a similar faith. New Orlea has chosen a solid Radical delegatioi one Democrat excepted. It is charge it is true, that in some parishes, parti ularly Orleans, this result was reach through fraud, both in registration an in the election. But whatever tl means employed, the end is the sam and it is the end, or result, with whit we propose, as ...

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 November 1870

.u IN ItOE, LA., N OIV I.711 IEl l1, 1,70. .\Iy Ip''1l . llo 4lil4g Ius li4ve le ll s1llJ sbl-, hl,tIl' tie smh llll ipot olhtih', will 14he II11 it 'l I to :1 lopy ollf Til: 'i'l3.4,l .'ll tA.l gratis, th1r oli x1:11r'. '.1.11ri" 41I1" 1.1 II i.m ri'l it- I 1i van'1'1 e.. .\I tl'Li.vise lllllut will 1 h, ill.r(I ll at aI144' Illhur a lit: i t r . nIi,'4 eri wllu e (l1.( illn4I 1l l ' 1.1 t11 Il,(.-11 il x1114 114l-at 1 1 its, rtiolll f' Ill 111111 14411 l' 444' 4141411(1 . For iolager' i1,riod 1 .4 4 l4 ll)w) : : 4l'ý4 1l.4:41 . 3'11.:,. 1 III. 2 Iu . :1 a., 4Ii 111. l 11' a 7544-. 1' II (111t'... ................ I~ 7.1 7 Z8 ,t 6 :i is 21 '')w ...................... 7 51' 12 15- I 2"' ::,I) I'iv '... ........ ........ ,1 I (I "li :1 ) ' 0 i4i I I II. ......' (,.. ..i40 IN 22 _,i :1 91 .13 44li ll Elev11 1 (>- l.-11.)...:1 1 4)r <,4 4t44 '49 114 4 NI'VrIlt'i i .l-("i-l .)... 34 (I 74 4. 5 I 12Ill 1704 i 'I'W't'y-thr1 ('1 (.1 6. ( i), i ll 11)4 1l144 22 4 ('ill s Iof i 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. — 19 November 1870

MONROE, LA., NOVEI.MBIll 1!9, 1,70. A WIFE WANTEID. I want a wife, To chcer my life', I care not what sho lacks of he:uty. So I but flud That she is kind, And knows. and practices her duty. I want a wife Avorse to strifie- A gentle, unatfocted creature One who can i.:aS A looking-glass. Nor stopl to glance at every fiatl ure. A want a wit', With vigor rife, Whose nerves are never in a olutter: WVho will not roam, IBut stay at holile, And brew and bake and Imake the biutter. I want a wife Who through her liti. WVas ilever known to be a ilirt; Who'll bring to Ileu A recipe To keep the buttons oil shirt. If snch a one I)wells 'neath tLithe slln, Andi don't mind leaving frientds behintd her, With the author of lthis She'll find trite bliss By informiing hitm where he may n intd her. The Marks Are There. We condense this story frol tlhe Youths Magazine. It is well worth reading and remembering: "Find a piece of board, six nails and a hammer, and bring themi to iei,' said Mr. Andrews to h...

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. — 26 November 1870

THE TELEGRAPH: Published overy Saturday, Ai .Ylosarnu.. Osan3I*ilaa Pariih. lu.. ca. T. Mc lC-AAINT -, Editor and Proprietor. I' i:Itls ý tit :.I . 'Itl "Il'TIO N. 'hiw' ti'ulf.' ,nvi ni n, of '' ,11"rii. Itiom will be. r  ili " :tllý r* t tI , in :.l1 ,:t (, : t t114 i " ?. S2.|i .l. : 1 v 2i-la ix m ''th , '. `iii 2.1 2 *222e2 IItel 212 PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. ,'\ 1:111:, I.A . 4lllil':' ":ir r .,,t44 ~t J.ii "II 1"'4.1 t rtt :)rý 19, 1ý;ý1. 1t :III J)(I)IH 1 :· )1( l)r. IC. I . ItrE:tll(P SI) univ"~ :lu I1 vvi'til.illivit P3 ,I . :I. 41 11". i 1' ;).I1,. h"\ ".i.. li .I I.I iii.· . ( ýitt~ : :hu : t, 4, i--t1 _i, )) 1. 1 I~r,). tV 21 th. i .":11 11"11 5:11 II ,iti.t-u lvii \1I1 uuiiii t, h %ii1it- It Itli-liiv . li, ,"r -li g littl e, t . i\,- ll t.'i. 4: IttI ILL Ill-LI - ,Ilt. :4 il. l l i Ih-ll ~'I)")1 .,t .:( II I*·11111-- 4-11 i· r. Ii. 4'. Stro\\\r ATTORNEYS AT LAW. i1. it . II LI.tit oN. ,I..l . |p, M 'I GNIC''1 l..'. tilairElISonI I .tlcrEnery. ii' ri tINI.iYi- A. T 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. — 26 November 1870

.' W. IlcCOANIW , Editor. MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 26,. 1870: OUACHITA TELEGRAPH I TO BE ISSUED AM A t !. -. T :- .4. ] m . i. z t We shall conunmnce, on, or about, the 5th of December next, the publica- c tion of "THE DAILY TELE:AIAPII," To be continued during three nlonths, --comprising the business season of the 1 year, - and for an indefinite period thereafter, if it shall appear, after the experiment proposed, that the people of the towns of Monroe and Trenton, and such vicinities as look to those points for the latest reliable intelligence, are desirous that a daily newspaper should be kept up and are willing to extend it their support. We have twice issued the TELEi.x RAPII as a daily, for a specified. number of 'weeks, and performed an amount of editorial labor which no editor of an interior daily has attempted to perform. We propose to keep up the standard established, and invite the liberal pat ronage of our friends. Mail subscribers are assured that the Daily Telegraph will ...

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. — 26 November 1870

MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 26, 1870. Any person sending us five new cash sub scribrs, at tihe same post otffice, will be en titled to a copy of TIll, TlELEURApl gratis, fr oneo year. Subscription price invariably in advance. TARIFF OF ADVERTISING IRATES. Advertisesments will be inserted at one dollar and lilly cents per square (one inch of splnao or less), for the first, and seventy iive eonts for each subsetquent insertioln, for aiiy timle uilller Olno nlolth. For longer periods uas follows: N:xutr'i SQ'REsN. 1 tn. 2 i. 3 In. 6 in. 2i.i i ............ ....... 75$ 7 $ 9 13 20 Tw "................ 7 . 0 12 15 22 30 'lrce..................11 00 17 20 30 40 FIour.................... 1500 22 26 3) 110 iive ....................I 0 2(1 30 43 60 IElven (%-col.)... 34 0 0 50 60 80 110 ovellt'n(%-col.).. 510 00 70 85 120 170 "'1w'ty-threo (I c.) 615 00 90 110 160 220 (Carlds of at personal clioroctcl'-whie-on a=l iisdsillo-wil Ibe Icharged douible our reg ulaIr adlvertising rates. Obituary and Ma...

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. — 26 November 1870

MONROE, LA., NOVEMBER 26, 1870. THE CLOSING SCENE. BY T. BUCHWAAA READ. Within his sober realm of leatless trees The russet year inhaled the dreamy air ; Likesomp tanned reaper in his hour of ease, Whel all the fields are lying brown and Sbarn, looking fronm their hazy hills .-tfe dim waters, widening in the vales, _wn the air. a greeting to the nills, O the dll thunder of alternate fails. a4: sight were mnellowed, and all sounds The hills seemed farther, and the streams dang low ; As in namee, the distant woodman bowed His winter log with many a muffled blow. The embattled forests, erewhile, armed in ld, Theirbanners bright with every martial hue , Now tood,, like some sad beaten host of old , Withdrawn afar in Time's remnotest blue. On slumberous wings the vulture held his S fight ; The dove scarce heard his sighing umate's complaint ; And like a star, slow drowning in the light, The village church vane seemed to pale and mint. The sentinel cock upon the hillside crew Crew thrice...

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. — 3 December 1870

THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday, At Mosnroe, Ouachita parish, La. a-r. wT. HioC4V3FLAlNT , Editor and Proprietor. TEIFRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. T'Ic following rates of subscriptiol will Ih rigidly aidhered to in all cases: Ono copy ,,oi yar,3. On copy siX .io.iths, $2. Si gle colpics, ten 'clts. PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. Dr. Thom. Y. Aby, M l ONIOEl, LA. Office roar room of Rich I nrdson & McEnery's Laws ollice. February 19, 1,70. n2:ly* Dr. T. P. RIichlardlon, 1 I YSICIAN, Surgeon and ObstCtrician. Ollice at Dr. C'alderwood's old stand. iSpecial attention given to ('lronic Surgi .l Cases. n11u:ly Dr. J. Calderwood O F'FERS his professional services to the citizens of Monroe and vicinity. Otlice over Surgllllnor & Mullin's, Grand Street, where he can Ie found at all hours of the day and night, when not p'rofessionally oen gaged. February 5, 1870. nu20 Dr. It. C. Strother O'F"FILS his professional services to thie citizens of Monroo aund vicinity. Oflice over the store...

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. — 3 December 1870

a. w. inoo=.@ni, =after. MONROE, Le., DPaEMBER s, 1870. UITED STATEUB SEATPOR. The Radleal press is excited and the public mind deeply interested in the choice of a United States Senator by the Legislature of Louisiana during its next annual session. As mattersstand, it would beu thank less and gratuitous task in us to recoin mend suitable and worthy men. We must endure what ignorance and ven ability may see fit to impose. From the number of aspiranis, big and little, colored and doubtful, the contest bds fair to be spirited and live ly. The complexion, intelligence and statesmanship of the two Houses forbid even the hope that wisdom will form any part of their deliberations or jus tice even hover around their motives. We expeet every man of merit or fit ness to be sacrificed for party unity and party strength. The honorable posi tion will be forgotten, the dignity of the State overlooked, and the good of the masses Ignored to subserve party ends and private interests. The prevalent...

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. — 3 December 1870

MONSROE, LA., DECEMBER 3, 1870. Any person sending us five new cash sub scribers, at the saule post office, will be on titled to a copy of THE TELE(ORAPH gratis, libr one year. Suslmcriptionl price inmvaoriably iin advance. TARIFF of ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and tifty centa per square (one inch of space or less), for the first, and seventy five cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under onte mnonth. For longer periods as follows: .tuutxat sq'as5. 1 in. 2 in. 3 in. 16 m. W2m. (nc.............. $3 75$ 7 $ 9 $ 13 $ 20 Two ..................... 7 0 12 15 22 30 ''lro ....... ..........11 00) 17 20 30 40 Four ........... . . . 15 00 22 2 3 50 Five" .............. I18 00 26 30 43 t10 Eleven ( .-ol.) 34 00 50 O0 80 110 Scvent'n(%.-col.).. 50 00 70 i85 120 170 'Tw'ty-three (1 c.) It5 00 90 110 100 220 Cards of a :peronal charatecr-whoen ad missible-will bo charged double our reg ular advertisilng rates. Oblituary and Marriage notices will ...

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. — 3 December 1870

Onacb to _ I;derapb. M(ONROE. LA., DECEMBER 8, 1870. ALWCTHR BALLAD PFROM TRUTHFUL IT JAMES. eI ft The last "Overland Monthly" contains the following pathetic narrative : PLAIN LANGUAGE FROM TRUTHFUL JAMES. (TABLE IMOVNTAIN, 1870. ) Which Iwish to remark- And my language is plain That for ways that are dark And fr tricks that are vain, The heathen Chinese is peculiar, Which the same I would rise to explain. 1 Ah Sin was his name; AndI shall not deny In regard to the same What that name might imply, But his smile it was pensive and child-like, As I frequent remarked to Bill Nye. It was August the third ; And quite soft was the skies ; Which ft might be inferred That Ah Sm was likewise; Yet he.played it that day upon William And me in a way I despise. Which we had a small game, And Ah Sin took'a hand : It was Euchre. The same He did not understand; But he smiled as he sat by the table, With the smile that was child-like and bland. Yet the cards they were stocked In a way that I griev...

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. — 10 December 1870

THE TELEGRAPH: Y'tjb:shca r--,"o.; Statrday. % 1 t~:. cs" ie24-212,h11V S'.iriah. La.. c3i-. "47Eý . 2:MS= iýY L tC1TiT:] 3lioai ^ari:r bl Z:IIANS AND DENTISTS . . :, . T ho': " - . _. t .i.t . 1 .I -.." .T1 t . h im , ":: ~ "' ' ".. , - ".t , I: ... . ; l,.r :t ,i.qt , itp ,,- ! I ,~7,' i " l.. tt-I, ,:; . l . t "ur i i;"1 , t .' 1' !"ll , ill" r,'nt ! . ] l .- i ill. l:,:,, tl ," -], ~ t- Tilt' Su l . t t tl"1 itmiit ,it ' 1l, " " , . I tti tt ,t I 1 "i ! <,, 1:. l it 1 it, ,ti: i ,,, i' l th e , * '31 it:'l", ,''" l , " ,- t ' , I . t i tit. tI - .l:tlt . 1 t10 . I u t1 l' N" I". .i" '!: .1\ ". ATTORNEY- AT LAW. I ~ .5 I I . f I t :; . ,...,. it " .,t' \ I - -I 1 ., .555ýi~f t3:: i:: ;!;.. .;ý:_ ,"t:5"' 3 .".tL?:. ? i \ . Itf t'~r. 3 llf" !' ·~·, ".!." ;5. ( ..f:1 l.·.i '·ii !.:f u i "1' i:" AT L 11\ WI.,. (:ri~ c."ti,-:" :·: f =.it.1 ý i: :.: ;' :I .i f 1.l l -" :"ir.l( Iii iii'. ý 5,t "1.1.:,"1.1 i::., 1·111." *1 1 11. MIi a .! ,,..I : .. :: ý ,ý, '.. "[ ý1 :I .. 1 1 : ...

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. — 10 December 1870

S* achIat vtegua h. I G. W. CRAMAINE, Editor. MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 10, 1870. OUACHITA,PINEB LUFF AND$4T. LOUIS ' RAILROAD. t The Chattanooga Railroad has been built through swamp and pine-barren in competition with the Gulf and Bayou Craft, which seemed adequate to the commeree on its line. The through business of passengers, mail and ex press, is the hope of its maintenance. Louisiana, Arkansas and Missouri can calculate on all that kind of sup port, and have the additional and still greater advantage of a route unsurpassed in fertility, and yielding annually com mercial products to the value of mil lions in the way of freights. A glance at the map will designate the proposed route by taking the thriv ing towns as way stations: Potosi, Pi lot Knob and Van Buren in Missouri; Jackson, Smithville, Osceola, Searcy, Middleton, Little Rock, Pine Bluffand Harrison in Arkansas, and Bastrop, Monroe or Girard, in Louisiana. Estimating the distance from G(irard to St. Louis at five hundred a...

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. — 10 December 1870

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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. — 10 December 1870

*uaEitita eltetspab . 1 MONROE. LA . DECEMBER 10. 1870. (From Our Young Folks.] it THE YEAR'S LAST FLOWER. ei BY MARIIAN MDOUCLAS. Witch hazel bough! Witch hazel bough ! strange time it seems to blossom now I! The sky is gray; the birds have tiqWn; With ristling leaves the ground is strown ; The MIay-time with her cowslip crown, Sweeoot Sunmnor showering rose leaves dow n.. The autumn days, a lannered train, With colors like the flag of Spain, Have come and gone, without the power To win from thee a single flower! But now when woods and ieolds are hare, And chill with comling Rnow the air, All wreathed with spring-like bloom art I thou, All decked with gold, witch lhazel Ixugh ! Witch hazel bough ! Witch hazel I,ungh! Could I believe old stories now, Within my hand, were I a witch, Thou hadst the power to make me rich : To prove a true divining rod, And show, where, under stone or sod, Or growing tree, or running brook, I should for hidden treasure l*ook! A child, I sought thy charm...

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