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

THE TELEGRAPH: Published cvcry Saturday, .t .Iouaar,c. 4)uaulitia PariIi, Laau. -. WN. LV6PIoC1ELAN,.E1 , Editor and Proprietor. T" l.11M iF MU1 RL'l '.rl'TIN. 'Ti it'llu, 'i g iI 'rte. ,t" sttbscription wil i.e rigidly :ut ll 'red to in :tll n cas : One cogt' mn year, l.. (i ltt" l.six n11 ntlhs. ". in .ul, c.,ltie.-, tell .entst. . . PHYSIClIANS AND DENTISTS. Dr). ho. '. IAby'. M ( sN I Nt E , 1 .: . 0 11h - , r "O : t r )u Il f H ielul - ar'hon s 1l_.::ner' l aw . tlicet'. liti rtr:ry 1l, 170. i22:1v' Dr. T. IP. Iticlintrlsorn, L i YSI'1.N, ;trii''eo ntiinld )1bs4tetri u:0i. ()llhie at Ilr. (':lderwood's old Stand. Special atte'ntictn giv('nt to ('11roi.01i Strgi "atl ('1St.s:, lu!: Iy Dr. J. ('alderwood O- F!"",ER his professional services to the Scitizens ,i .l,1,nroe atnl vicillity. Olliceh over S.urglinor t 3tullii's, (tralid Street, i(hel tIhe : il he tlundll at all IoUlori. of the lday 4lli night, when not prolt)t'sioeallyv c gae:l. Fe rtiaruy 5, 1870. '10((: Dr...

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 December 1870

Qeuaraita oEltgralq. G. W. McORAIWU, Editor. MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 17, 1870. DAILY TELEGRAPH. The St. Louis Times, of a recent date, says of the WEEKLY TELE-KAPH that it is -"a model of typography." Our little Daily-may it bloom into a large daily! --is launched under the same auspices and in the same mechani cal style as the Weekly. Its ap pearance, we fancy, is decidedly pre possing, affording to the reader a relish for the matter, domestic and foreign, telegraphic and selected, which go to make up its pages. A great number of dailies are larger, but few, we think, make a better display; and in reference to size, the dimensions are all the busi ness at present will justify. We shall be happy, at any time, to enlarge, if the demands upon our space require it. The prices of subscription and adver tising have been fixed at the lowest possible standard that will justify even an experiment, and we trust the read ing and trading public will afford us that assistance that will render th...

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 December 1870

%I') N It1:), l.Aý., j)14.'XMIIEI z 7, 1$740. Anv erso sening s ive uw" Bsh silt -rib, i t th4 sauie jois t iilic', will I 4("n hir one'V44 Siji '(.rijlt11i~ pazic iie Iic( lqlf in :ivanii~c. Adi1vei'2t i4,(' it4 will li inserted aft one do'llar cull fifty tents per s1 iu r (one inch 'Il npani' orI~ les) au IIh. Iir*41 andi sveiity IV,' ienti ill' (alai ml SQ1(i'iit insertioni, ii'r c l\ imie ii, lut oune itsuntli. Fio loniger 1 l ............ 4..( 7,!$ 7 i~ii l1 8 3:i 21) .'i- 1............ ........1 12 :, 2 :11, ( " i ve....... ..... Is 1911 "211 :0 1:1 till EI,'vt'ii ()j- -'Ol.)... :14 ((04 7(1 fi: l t 1 11i1 5i4eveit'4 (y-col.).. 34 14(1 74) 15 1214 1744l 'I'w'ty-tl hut' (Ie.) (4441 _ 4 110 191 12204 I alrds of I1 .h'irguo l liii Ietoi'- wiiil ad. ular advertising ratesio. )lhitn:u-v stod MlIi-riage' (i(,tij4'4N will hie ,.Il katgedits adlvertisClloli4. '1l'aiirew .l" ('e,....... . . n Yoiirk. Lees ate Co ............................ St. Loltis.S Mihmnltvru & . Non- ...........

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 December 1870

tROEAcit ECEBER 17 1870. MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 17, 1870. A WELCOME TO THE IMMIGRIIIANT. Thrice welcome to our sunny land, The hardy eons of toil, W7ho have eft their homes on distant shore. Totill our fertile soil! The matron grave, the blooming maid, The sturdy yeoman tall, The rosy, rompin a boys and gisl- A welcome to them all! The Switzer from the Alpine dales, The German and the Dane; Norwegian, Swedes, and Britain's somns, And the men of vine-clad Spain ; The Celt, Slavonian and Magyar, The Roman and the Gaul They're brethren of our conlnomn blood Thrice welcome to them all! The Southerland's fields shall smlile on; Shall blossom as the rose; [more, And white men rule the land again, In spite of all our foes. Then let warm hearts the exiles greet Who seek our sunmly land; And meet them all with kindly words, And with a helping hand. THE CUILD'S PRAYER. " Mother, hold my tired hand, Going up the gloomy stairs, And, before you leave the room, Hear me say my little prayers. " Gl...

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 December 1870

THE TELEGRAPH: Publisihcd every Saturday, 21 Muf oalo(. OuasIaitai Panris~h. Lat. ~. -W2E. 2N~cCI3A NG. Editor and Proprietor. 'I ("i Ii to i 'Iý ': 1, tt\ 1' I I": i~it": .' ýt ~ i i tt i :"".t~is~ il ýt~ it:ri"ý lý itt:ti :":~tiI (M '-. , "ý " tt, :. l t 1, "i ::,t lý.. ___ i___ - PH-YSICIANS AND DENTISTS. 1)p 1'. 'IJIO. k. Aby,~IOU D~r. J. (adtiierBrodbdl ,'ii,'i'.'·l' Si l,nlriw ii' ;II~ d·im iits. 0111icc ~,,vec Suit'gliiori Siiii'. ,~td ii' Sl·l·· i c'.21·. Wacii'li '~l.l L·'l,. 5,, l'.7iI. iiO ti I)ellt3I N~otice~. II AVINOc detCcauml~iie'd Ii) hC·tL!I. I)Crnla: lItuntI i. Stl nl~miieC' tiu theL pIrpI'IOne Of I".''iciglly I\ Il.rlifi~~iiii, (·I cmi h liiiiiudl ~t. p1.1I· v ~liii'· i,i''i ii iflfl *cii alcis hours.c M I .uiimi'!lum'ri firiv ii ittiii'iii lI itmldi c.:II'mF teeth l , utidc nile tho ii tieii uiii I iu'iigil uurt(Ii'iciui a'.. ev \li-il KI)I' i'.il·(ie iiiiii' iii ci', nn Iit iii.'iii~lliii iriie.'i ATTORiNEYS AT LAW. 1 2:. I21 2 i 11t ~N. .2.3.. 11. 32N'I. Itic...

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 December 1870

UcMCUANID Editor. E~LA., DECEMBER 21, 1870. CLAYTON, WILIAAMis & CO. A very healthy lesson has been taught some of the New Orleans merchants and bankers, which aptly illustrates the old maxim that ".all is not gold that- glit ters" and exposes the folly of trusting too, much to appearances in individuals. It is a very conmmon-and a very non sensical-practice, with some people, to install into their confidence, and " take on" generally over strangers of-a showy exterior and a ready tongue, who happen to come in their way and enlist in their "set." Almost invaria bly, as it ought--with all charity and civility for strangers-it happens that this tender of confidence is betrayed,and proof furnished, that, if the old be com mon-place and tiresome, it can be trust ed, when the new may not. W-e seldom ever feel any sympathy for fingers burnt by sensation adventu rers. A man should establish his claims to esteem and intimacy, before theyare granted, and those who grant the favor on.mere...

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 December 1870

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Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 24 December 1870

MONROE, LA., DEL('EMIEMI 24, 1870. FA RtMEt SLACK. (1, I'ariiier Slack ( O, lFarater Sactk ! aYour Digs aro iuritd'etath ait stack; Your sheep havogorgod t hemlselves w it h e.or it Your cows have got the hollow horn ! Ruu, Farnner Slack ! l Rl for your life ! Run, save your children and your wife ; Run, run to save your house on tire; The ilatmnes aro mounting over higher. O. aralor Slack, you pay too dear. Why don't vou keep your chinliey clear? (reeu wood will umake more soot than dry; Then cut your wood and " lay it by." Why, Farner Slack! where is your plow ? Kooled up beside the fence, I trow ! "Your rake and reaper, both are out ; Why Farmer, what ,tre you about? Now, Farlnor, Slack, don't blaule the timles; You can't expect to make " the dimes ;" Your energies have all been bent To pay the weather tena per cent! Death of Ex-President Burnett. The venerable and widely revered David G. Burnett, first President of the Texas Republic, died in Galveston, on the 8th inst., at th...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 31 December 1870

THE TELEG-RAPH: Published every Saturday, it .flo.rae. Ollalchitau I'arrisla, Lu. G. WTT. SJcCTRAN.A 3, Editor and Proprietor. 1 lt'II. i, OF I " lit''lP l' 1 N. 1'1h" t1ilhoIvwin I r:ttle o1' .1u1b 't'iltioni will I , ri;hiv\ : htllwlr e" to i . a1ll ases: (1111e 1"nl ,gl tl 'l . ()1 1'11\' .i", tell Ol |l.nts .. il. PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. Dr. Thoa. Y. Aby, M l Nild)l , I.\. Otlith reaur roomlt of Rich tarldsoin :' .lcerllnrv's Law otlihe. IFebruary 1i, 15711. nt:ly* Dr. T. P'. Uielaartldsot, I) II YSI'IAN, 'iurgtoon and Obstetricitn. (I1ho at IDr. t' altlerwood's old stand. .Special attentioln given to C'hroniic Snurgi lal ( ':t sc.. n'2.koly Ir. J. C(alderwood Slitri l he cant be fiitnd itt all hours of tile day and night, when not professionally o11 gaed. February 5, 1870. n2l0 Dr. R. C('.* trother S'lI:lItS his professional services to to the citizens of Mlonroe and vicinity. Office over the store of Surghnor & aIulli, (ilranlld Street. At Iiglht, cant be found at 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. — 31 December 1870

0. W. McCRANIE, Editor. MONROE, LA., DECEMBER 31,1870. CHURCII ZEAL. o As an outsider, wishing every Chris tian denomination well, we take the t privilege of trenching ulpon the terri tory of the priest and the pastor, to say i a word in bIehalf of religious toleration in its warfare with lcenomlinational zeal. Somuewhere, we are told that there is no royal road to heaven. It is equally true that no cept or sect of Chris tians enjoys the exclusive right-of-way to that blissful sphere. Tile promises of the Saviour are to him who believes, regardless of what ceremonies he adopts to manifest outwardly his devotion, or of the denominational creed to which he attaches himself. WVho has consti tuted any of us a judge to pas sentence ofcondemnnation upon those who dis sent from our views ? lIfso empowered, may not those who dissent clainm to hold the satne Divine authority? The re suit leads to strife, bitterness, andl if it were possible, to the defeat of the pur lIses of Christianity. Bu...

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. — 31 December 1870

a) mnuhiti Sttgr~apb. 1I N ItIt' , 1.1., IE.'f.-I lllft i, 187$'. .1II i l."ntrn sennling t. li t inews en anal. .raltrs. nit tle.! sa.lie po.it ollice, will bie nll titlend tLo al 'j"y l" " i 'it.lV ''an.:nTllAst.i gratis, t ,11 oI yearll'. nIIlsiri'fntinll price irnnrinl/y ill anttnvnltne. T.I: I F i OFii AIIVEITIrIN( ItATIS. .\Altcrl'ti.iellinllt will Ie inserted at oine nillIir mtlt I ltl'y coin L per asnu'are (onin, inet of1'  mitte r Iess), inr tine4 first, aund s.ventyll tiv I Ft.lrl. tlr eanL siuhsenqjtinnt insertionl, for niny ti t.e inlder on.,n monthl . Fll lninnger oea'hiod is n nillows: tit linst: .'I ..i no. 2 . i3 mn. i nnn.'l2inn. I' I.......... . . . . . I ' 7 : 1 t 1 i ' 11 ' ................Ill (ti 17 2 10 :l 401 I lour ............ .....1 1. (NI 22 '2); :i Ni l . ... ............ ...... I (I 2i 3 4i:1 , i ) I' v ( -ol.)...:t4 (I NI (l i 110 S•·tvn'nt'n (%-ennl.)..  00 70 j ni 120 170 Tw'ty-three (1e.) n5 00 inI 110 14) 2211 (lards of ta )ersoal .hnTara(lC)er...

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. — 31 December 1870

MOXIcE, LA., DECEMBER 31, 1870. D)emocrnatl Prospects---The tRadicals Los l('orreslpondelnce lnaltimore tGazotte.] V'ASlilN1TONN, Dee. I I.-'l'hings po litical here are working beautifully for the Democracy. Honest Simon ('nane ron has a lost faith in human nature" since the nonmination of Gen. Plehson ton for the vacant Cominissionership of Internal Revenue. No matter what may have caused the break between the President and the Pennsylvania Senator, in this instance the former, by refusing to ratify the understanding by which Douglas was to be appointed, has clone (perhaps through inadclverten cy) a very good thing. (Gen. Pleason ton will make an hoonest officer, al though I hear he is a red hot Radical. Cameron attributes the mischief to Greeley, who, lie says, by this move vainly seeks to reconcile the Fenton and Conkling cliques. I hear of many others whose "o faith" in humanity is shaky. Admiral Por ter is beginning to doubt even his best friend-Grant. " Turn about is fair play...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 7 January 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: E'ub ishacd cvery Saturday, 1t I 4ouano. 0~uaachita Pairi*I. at.. w,~M. I~~CR~~E isiitor aud Proprietor. * " ;i l rlt n l It1t ll t":t~tlh +; 11:1," ,". py PHYS!tOANS AND DENTISTS. fDr. 'lirO. V. A.u, i) 1 tAN, tlreoe :tl oeln i.tetri'iall. S(livh at 1(t I 1r. (':tlu'wood's old stlllan . rtl ctase . 'tttcly Dr. J. ia.lldrwc oodI i -itie"lti I "1 tirnl oio l victiity. Office ,tr tiot;rfhor ,t 'ilMullin, -.'lirnd Street, \wholre h cai he thund :It :l hours of tie dilav anld night, whelti not iroi.-esionally elon :tied. 1keIrut ry 5, 1570. Il-iO Dr. . C. Strotlher ) l its hii- pIroteissiolnal service.i to the Scitiizens of 1Monroe and \vic-iltity. Olieeo ,over tih ,tl'ore o,f MSt egitlor & Mu[ltint, (-rand itL't.i- .\t 1ighL, (i- I II liiite h t theiltr'ei lence of M1rs. i 'arlield . tFel. ti, 1Sb. In20': IDentnIl Notice. ij -VINit d. t(terlluilite to sittle p I'rllt -L -itntlv ill lolltoe,, fi,) the loirl'ose of tin.il. willt live ,l( the sIe (building. -)lll...

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. — 7 January 1871

0. . 9. meO inaa; nater. MOE, LA., JANUARY 7, 1871. "w ,ge mmeae S F. o IUIS An;, .tI A *RltEAs RAILkOAD LINE. A aidaIrincawr OPENI4 FOR RAIL- d - $04D C T.&lT4LI5TS. 'i Continuous and iapid railway com- a .mtnicat4gn between New Orleans and I-t.4Lois, -by a route traversing the fertile-lanls and populous districts sit uated between those two cities, west of thti Mihdseippi river, will in a very few Years- be au aecompUished fact, how aar imdibrent capitalists and the peo =pie directly interested in such a result 'tae now be to the bare possibility that tlis timmunication will ever be estab A ece country through which a ·carer msads connecting these two teites 4sant pass, is far above an aver :prodathiig o0ntry, and though in diie le sld7ig Qt much above 700 ieis. 1%, spvestheless, a country abemniwitbhthe greatest variety of gplealturaoand mineral productions, 4exicla of wI chalrongtlse line of ', d, would alone yield enor * -If-We take any prtion of territory TiHAcuaed ti tt...

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. — 7 January 1871

1I~tttalE~, IA., JANUARY 7, 1871. ,\ y prson sendingll us -ive nwc o:sl stllub ,.tribr1, at the ame1,u iLost othlic, will he cl titledl to It c'iLyoL f o It. T|t.:tlloAPh t gratis, tifor oe vyear. 8uth Ieriptioln price iearuilly in advatcc. T.lil ,FF OF ADVEI'TISING HATES. .\Advrtisetemntso will b)e insertedt at onel dillu"r utl lifty outs per square (on Inchl 1o' hp:e or less), for thle first, Itand seoveOnty liVte cnllts lftr eacih subsequent illsortion, for any tile under one tmonth. For longer pe'iis as. tillows: t". m,:: , q'tE,. I : INU' ti 3 i. 2 su . ( 12 . lc..........- . 141.75,-$ . 7 %. 1 i 2-0h 'l'* ..................... 17 51 12 15i 22 84 'Pthr.e ................... 1 00 17 24 3 40 loietir ................... P IliN 22 24i 3$ 50 'our..................... l 00 2) 33 43 ,0 ,:lev, (3..-cot... .I:4 00 5r4) It I4 1110 event'n (I-co.). 4) 011 70 120 170 ''w'ty-thlree (t1 .) tti 0(11I 0 j 110 I10) 220 (';ards of a pers.oual character'-whenol ad mitissilec-will be charged...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 7 January 1871

MONROrL,LA., JAVNUARY 7, 1871. THE GERIKANS. [Fronm the London Times.] * It is not surprising that Germany should be dissatisited. The strain of war upon the rgeources of the people due to the peculiar composition of the 3aean. anry- is always very severe and "Wh-en a campaign is unexpectedly prolonged the pressure becomes exces sive and almost intolerable. It is be cause the mass of Germans know so well-how much the effort of war costs them thdit go mtny have behn hotm ly, if ignorantly, seduced into support-h ing claim for the frontier of the Vosges. But honesty can not preserve ignorance from the consequhnees of its errors, and the poor Germans, who might have returned.hbme t*o months 'since tri-. umphant and honored, with the cer tainty that no attack would be made upon them during this generation, and with a well-grounded hope that before another had risen to manhood and po litieal power the reigning influences of] the Continent would have been entirgly, changed and become ...

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. — 14 January 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Published overy Saturday, .it .onlrore. Ouatlaitas Parirsla, La. C-. Tw. IN.oCRAN.. .TZ', Editor and Proprietor. T'I|WIS )1" MUI fMII'ION. (4110 c.ol0y -, o01e year:,.............................. 1(00) 17l. c'.xl0 y, six mllollth. .......................... 2,00 1() c 1L)py, 1o10 .. year. ........................3,0 0 , Sie m nth ......... ......... ......... ,00 PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. I)r. 1. 1'. Richardson., I)IIYNIt'1.AN, Surgeon and Obstetrician. (illie e at Dr. ('aLderwttood's old stand. Spic.ial a:ttention giveit to ('I'rni(e Surgi ilt. . . C AL'.ikVit)loli. Uilt. T'lOS. Y. AIY. Drs. ('alderwiood , Aby. MONxiok, LA. .tcioml atreet, Ibetw een )DeSiard and tlhe Railhioad. Jain 5, 1871 t[d"w Dr. U. ('. Strother () Il"U l his iroi .siuiiil servicts to the S.itiensi of Moniroe ainld iciiiity. Oiliie o tvr the .torel of Sirghor & iiltin, (Iranid Sltree! . A.t lnig.ht, tanl Ihe lhiiill ait the rtsi dho, of Mrs. 1tarlield. Feb. 5, 1870. n20ii SII. )MILES &am...

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. — 14 January 1871

, LH ; ', JA.NUARY 14, 1871. Al!ti' INU11M . OF PUBLIC I-l ( ,..-Mie begin. ýis artcle with . a very iuimoflj~eS hsiiil'on: Every citi .%hlt`Ah el'tain''ielal slid public obli g:innia ' ting upon him, which are inherent in citizenship, and binding •pest thaeisdividual claiming to enjoy the rights and beheites of society. These 'obligtiornit are in part natural and part conventional, and begin to assert their force then nanent the citizen derives protectionstadeaccor from his fellow Uden. He can no more divest himself Of 'the reSponbibility and duties thus posed upan. him, than he can of e sgi ,to bhimself, to his kin dred,' .o Jais ospring, 'unless he for sweasolsociatlon with- mankind and becomes a hermit, in which case, he c I j *test into a social. intelleptual These few words are prefatory to some thiag pesetital, and which is 'designed .to have ]aplication to a number of peo pie. "It is now the beginning of a new ..yar.when, we are accustomed to take a new reckoning and to f...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 14 January 1871

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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. — 14 January 1871

MO B ;#ul,.; 8'ANt7AWrY' 14, 1871. Why :V: q4 Wpda Some close observer of our social re- 1 lations hawiag looked abhut among his maeSed fiale aegqaintances, ventures tq :.r. te 1fl6;wpg. Alit, with, an at te ~, Iedlcte the real reaons which initiencetoo many to mnarry: S.p.er one has Larried er a home. She thought-married life on earth was bmt'meenlight walks, buggy tidet, netw bonnets, almihnothing todo. r Wellysgl4 has got her home; whether or not she is tired of:the incambrances, this depo nent saith not, inasmuch as this depo nent does notpesit&vely know. Number two married because she had seven young .sibtets'ahd a'~l'with a narrow income. She consulted the in tgeeet: of..her family. Perhaps she would better have consulted her own interests bytking in light washing or going out by the day to work. . Number three married because Mrs. sounded so much b ami iss, S i1 was twenty-nine yerss and elevid months old, and. anot4er month would have transformed her into a regular old...

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