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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 25 February 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Published oevry Saturday, r i Monroc. @Uochit ParIis, La. GS-. W_ 3Lf tL(ToORBZ37, Editor and Proprietor. TIEEMS o ( il NrIwFRiPThW. biw rally, ol c~e your )............................ ,i, OOd 1)11" ." qxly. . a1\ 1111111 .............. ... ...2,00 AI).ANC'E IIATMn9 t / 1r .v MIXy, on To a . . ...... ...O5 1n1" ..1py~, RLX nionthll ......... ............·........2,0 PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. Dr. '. Y'. Rlchardsom. I ) II Y SICIdA Surgeon and ObstotrIcian. (,llicvit at I)r. Calder, ood'ntc old stanld. Sipc Sifl ,ttC'it.ioi given to Chronic Hurgi ,.;I n20:ly Dr. I. C. Strothle F) B 1,.1:5 his prfcf itonfal sorviocf to the citizioni of Monroo anl vlelnity. Ofth.o o her thn storo of 8urglmnor t Mullint Grand Street. At Inight, Can) 1)0 IbIInid at the roai jok e of Mrs. Wairliold. Fob. 5, 1570. ut5) !( J. eAII.DY.X«OCOn. Dnl. THOSi. Y. ADY. Dru. (' nldettrw od & Aby. M0~iO.-o, LA. () ltiE'E hi oroar of illrohardt's biuilding, 0 Seq"oul it re't, 1 otwceeo DeStiarti and ...

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. — 25 February 1871

MOIatR- . FEU ",1 MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY L, 1871. 6. W. McCAUNIE. 3atter. WASHINSTOIO LETTER. _ &zfrDOaningo and GranT's Re-election ' Neawo enators Elect, Their Poitics and hiibre--TheNeaow oSuse,and the "Mlan and Brother"- The next eaker, &c. n te ýIep icorreolpndent.] WAsINGTON, D. C., Feb. 18, 1871. t isa settled fact that weare to have a pring session of Congress. It will be too lae wwhien the. San Domingo com migsioa..retumns-provided it has not gone to " Davy Jones' locker," as feared Just noew--for the present Congress to de~l with the annexation question. It vlfl t1iexefore come' before a body in which, the : i les will have but a w . ingimjoorityy instead oftwo-thirds, as nowf. iAt this Spring session there is also promise of a lively fight over revepureform. The new House will : e9ptain _ everal more members pledged to.o.hisenasure than are in the present body,, and some of the new Senators S..oii'il dot object to making their Sgial ea speeches" on a theme so i...

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. — 25 February 1871

MONROE, LA., FEBRUARIY 25, 1871. Any person soending us live new cash sub seiribers, at the same1 post office, will be on titled to a copy of TilE TrELFOAPH gratis, for one year. HSml,'weription pri(e ircOriably in advance. TI'AtlIF OF AIVEJRt' ISING RATESi. .1Alvortisomnents will be Inserted at one 1 dllar and litly cents per square (one inch of spaco or less), for the first, and seventy IIe e ts f~)r each subsequent insertion, for lv timln under one nlonth. For longer Ipeiios as follows: .c ant llR au'jira. 1 1 m.I 2 in. 3 In.1 6 in. 12in. .... ............... 7 9 13 20 Tl . ................... 7 50 12 15 22t30 Three,........ 1 ......)1. 00 17 20 30O 40 I"our..................15 0122 211 38 50 Five....................18 001 26 30 43 00 ov-en (ciu-col...34 001 5 00 80 110 N\vent'n(3.-col.)..|50 Mo 70 85 120 170 i'w'ty-throo (ie.) 65 001 90 I 110 160 220 (Cards of a personal character-when ad missible-will be charged double our reg talar advertising rates. Obittuary ant Marriage...

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. — 25 February 1871

MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 25; 1871. A Good Garden--How to Have It. From the Home Journal.] Every farmer and housewife knows the great help a good gardefl is to the family. Januaryis the month to begin p to insure success; as early in January as practicable lay your garden off in three and tour feet rows, by running one furrow as deep as you can with a good double plow. Run another furrow - In same, throwing dirt both ways;then take a subsoil or bull tongue and run as deep as you can in same furrow. Now you are ready for manure,. Put any kind it, compost, stable manure,cotton seed, the scrapings of the yard and lot, fill this furrow half full, throw a furrow from each side of this drill on the ma nure, ran a one-horse harrow twice on this ridge, scatter more manure in the 'firrow made by covering the first ma nure scattered, and cover with another farrow, let your ground thus prepared stand until you are ready to plant, then plowout solid and harrow nearly level. Okra should be planted f...

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. — 4 March 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Pablishod overy Saturday, A.t Mlonroe, Ouachita Parls, La. 4 A-. W. WXo-0Cl."AL2%TTE, Editor ahd Proprietor. TERMS OF HUBICHIPTIOWI . S py, l yo r .............................. 4,00 ADVANCE IHATE Scopy, ix . ............................. ,00 ºrllc. col 's"1 i.x nlontll, ............................2,0 PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. Dr. T. P. RIehsrdson4, [P iYlCIAN, Surgeon and Obstetrlcian. O(llico at Dr. Caldbrwood's old stand. Special attontion given to Chronio Surgi 0tl Cnson. n20:ly Dr. I. C. Strother (l'EFERS his professional sorvices to tho citizols of Monroo and vicinity. Olce ov\-er the storo of Surghnor t Mlullin Orand ,troet. At night, can ho found at the resl donce of Mrs. Warliold. Feb. 5, 1870. n20) nI,. J. J('ALDERWOOD. DR. THOS. Y. ABY. Drn. Csalderwood & Aby. Moatnoa, LA. ()I CFFfC in roar of lornhardt's blilding, )'Sccorond streot, beotween D)oeSiardl anti the Railroad. Jan 5,1871 d&Jw DENTISTRY. H. T. BRAr 'IE'Y. V. F. 5'CGRAW. BItACEY & M-...

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. — 4 March 1871

MONROE, LA , MARCH 4, 1871. a. W. IeausRANE. Editor. S SCHOOLS IN IONiROE. " dome time back we, yentured to say a few words about building:up the edu catfinal interest of Monroe. We now .detline having any more to say in a llcay uti~f pledge all qur ,powers, - f tlial,; o the bunidiiagtp of that interest which is so much desired. A unity, .of - action is demanded-a union of heart and hand. A strong' public sph1p olasiOtilag4&this one object. .Al selfishness and prejudice laid aside. S·Monrbs has the money, people, h'il dreni and'tiehefi anid all she needs to bring hpdrd.of children together, is ageneral cominJ together. This rdquires a*sacriflceby every one. Ifdnmsnded, thef tlbne thrst yleid his or her own in. dlviduaL nations apd desired fqr the t ,, Can this be done? Will ..te d -aeY Or, is there any useto talkl .. 1 'hrn rli zse contending and con rI . elerilkii sial, political ad. ýs 2..s .pl-is aherculian task, and be ocmshe.who will undertake it is smanterepirt ; but,...

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. — 4 March 1871

MONROE, LA., MARCH 4, 1871. Any person sending us live now cash sub ecriborm, at the same post oflice, will be on titled to a copy of Tiu TILEanAPH gratis, fir one year. 8ublscription price irwariably in advance. 'I'TAIIFF OF ADVERTISING RATEPS. Advertisoments will be inserted at one sidollir and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or loss), for the first, and seventy live cents for each subsequent insertion, for any timeo under one month. For longer periods as follows: .NUMni.u sq'ltEs. 1 in. 2 in. 3 an. 6 in. 12m. Oneo..................... 75 7 13 $ 20 Two................... 7 50 12 15 22 30 'hreeoo............ 11 00 17 20 30 40 Four................... 15 00 22 20 38 50 Five .................... 18 0 26 30 43 00 Eleven (3-col.)... 34 00 50 00 80 110 Scvont'n(3-col.)..50 00 70 85 120 170 'rw'ty-threo (1 .) 5 00 90 110 160 220 Cards of a personal character-when ad missiblo-will bo charged double our reg ular advertising rates. Obituary and Marriage notices will be .charged as ...

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. — 4 March 1871

MONROE, LA., 3AltRCH 4, 1871. Spring Farm Work. As cotton is the money crop, we say, at every open spell of weather, when land is in good condition for the plow, put together the base for the cotton bed by running two or three furrows. Some of our best crops were made by turning two furrows on the former water furrow -not running a center furrow. We do not think our experience justifies a sub soil furrow under the plant; we might run in the furrows outside of the two first. By thus making foundation, the earth is made rmn for the roots to strike into, and many insects are des troyed in the egg. Corn' land is not benefited by being plowed thus early, unless it had been lying out, or in small grain, and then the vegetation turned under has time to rot. Ins the 'case that corn land is comparatively clean, it is better to plow as you pleat; thus corn will be up as soon as grass and weeds, and the lat ter destroyed before any size. We say if land will not hold water on surface, or in it...

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. — 11 March 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: PubiisI d eovry Saturday, .tL 12odI ot'. 4PlaiachitII 1 aria. La. c.W - IZt7 d =7 Ddit2r and Propriotor. 1 O: .lt t t 4 ) [ HlIw HRI T1t)r I ........... .00··· ·· ···· ··IF .~ ii1 I111 ··.. ···· L·W iu "ru n . [ " r w .......... ...···.· .............Z( fX [ ,, t.· c".,1,ý . tx c [iu nili It"-. ...... ...........·...........0 PI VI3CANM AND DENTISTS. I )I YI t 'Ii.1\N ~i;rgV('?I Hntn OtbH.triviahI. 1 i~~v a. Dr. (· I~lcwlfes'r431n Stlld i)?. lt. C. Strother (P4I'::It:; his prtofesional a1ervkearx+ to the 4"0 i:;.-,:!s f S )1tOt)o and vi(dnttity. Otffee ~,:."r ;lu· al, Haurrhnor & Mulli, (rtlan( 1",` ":. .\t. nti.·lht, (Smll h'e tountl at the rlei " 01' try. \WarlielI. V e. 5, 1$70. n20¶ Ott.All.). 4:1lw non'111. 111. T11103. Y. AlY. 0lr8. t'nttd lrWo O d& Ably. Y l',y4!:oa. LA. P:l.tt.'." I. Jaut 5, 1871 d&w DENTISTRY. Ii t N TJ I S TI S', MI."rt L",I. omIitci o'r ('apt. 4ieogec :'~ *t~i, "j:irr "re~. R~'o h1:rvu all the modl : a in t t' Iprot *oO. One 't ...

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. — 11 March 1871

MO3ROE, LA., MARQH 11, 1871. 0 w; MoAUIIU, Uditor. a. Q0 ` L, huiats Bdttor. A" i' 4NCEUENT. The responsibilitie and demands of a groi$ng business, and the desire to aabad the readers of the TELnGRAP-H geeartivarlety-of.eiginal reading finat ter, hav*ogethet necessitated an In crease of our editorial force. The en listment of Colonel A. C. Hill, as asso ciate editor, will, we are satisfied, afford satisfaction to all of ourpatrons and add greatly to the attractions of our columns. He has a vigorous and popular style; comprehensive, well-defined ideas of social progress; and, politically, is in every way true to his ancestry and his country. But even this brief introduc tion is unnecessary, and so we give way to the Colonel's- Saintatory. Having accepted from O. W. Mc Cranioe, editor and proprietor of the OUAInrTA TELEGRAPII, the position of associate editor o; his valuable paper, it is' necessary to foreshadow the prin ciples and policy of my future action. 1st. I shall exert every ...

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. — 11 March 1871

NONIROE, L.\., MARCH II, 1871. .Imy person 11sending us five now cash sub ,ribrs, at the sanxo post otlLe, will ib eIn titled to a copy of Tul: T i.isitAen gratis, tr ono y(ar. "uh,cription price tavariuaby in advance. TARIFFI OF ADl)VERTISING RATEIS. Advertliements will bo insorted at ono drlllar and lifty cents per squaro (ono intch of spam:o or leas), for the first, and soventy tive cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time undor ono tmonth. For longer periods as follows : _'WMiEt: sQ'itEB. 1 In.. 3 n. i . in. 12n. Ono... ................I.. 751 7 1 $ 13120 Two................ 7 12 15 22' 30 Three....................1 00 17 20 30 44 Fur...................... 15 001 22 38 50 Fiveo.................. 18 001 2 30 43 60 Eloeven (3-cl.)... 34 0050 30 80 110 Rov-nt'n(3f-col.)...4) 300 70 85 120 170 Tlvw'y-threo (1 o.) 3.5 00 110 100 220 (Cards of a personal character--when ad ntLsible-will be charged double our rcd ar advertising rates. Obituary and Marriago notlces will be ...

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. — 11 March 1871

MONTROE, LA., MARCI ii, 1871. An Amusing Contretemps.---A Strong. minded Woman on her "Mission." Don Piatt relates the following laugh able, though rather inelegant, bit pf gossip in one of his recent Washington letters : The other day Gen. Pleasanton, a delicate, sensitive little gentleman, was. dressing for dinner. He had divested himself of every garment except the one spoken of by Hood in that melan choly song called "The Song of the Shirt." kHe was sailing about under bare poles, when he heard a knock at the door, and supposing it to be his pman--who ought to have been there, and was not-he sang out, "Come in." To his utter consternation that consti tutional female known as Mrs. Wood hull, with a peaked hat and a man's overcoat, terminating in unmistakable crinoline, stalked in. As she did not immediately stalk out, but stood look ing at the Commissioner of Internal Revenue in the abstract, the last named gentleman, hiding behind an arm-chair, stuttered out, "Excuse me, madam !...

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. — 18 March 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday, At Monroe. Ouachlta P~arish, La. -3. W.Mo 473MA.NxX0, Editor and Proprietor. '1'I" R O(F SI.1** HTPTfOW. " oil, u a r .... .................. t?;(w ý>ue ý cl,'", lx iuonycar,.................... ..... 2,00 AIJVAN(VI" ItATk-S 3,0 (?!v coI py, (i ,year..........x ..................500 c ,Ii copy. '· hi" nunLila *.......... ........ ......... 2,001 PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. Dr. ~Wm. tSaidel rE I)E1*S hil scrvioe as Physician and F us rge'iin, tothe upublic. 1llcon beouind ullu his 1 .1alllntaion, fo~ur wriles beclow Dion 1,0:!" Marchc~l 11, 1 ~71. .~ Dr. T. C'. Richardonou, I ) YSi('IAN, Sitrgoei and ObhstOrician. ((lin·'tt lIr. t'rwvood'a old stand. s<p"("i:al uItusiition givensu to Chronic Surgi ,-:sI C1 t .s sc. 25 :iy Dr. It. C. Strother ( i' 3'1:5 Iis profsssional acrvices to the Citi.("n· s f oisfonrsstand.i vcisity. ()Oflc·o over tian storo osf Sursrghsnor & Muslin, Grand SII·.. At nsigtht, calt Iho foundl at tho rosi (t,'n''('(o...

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. — 18 March 1871

IM9NOE,A LA, MARCH 18, 1871. S. W. ImOlAuW , uu it.r. A. O.. ..Z, AUse.at. Uiter. IONROE AND SURROUNDINGS. The past history of Monroe is of no importance to us now ; the future is the all-absorbing subject. The population is gosal material composed of all nations, kindred and tongues. We first thought the popula tion selfish, but, on acquaintance, find they are not. They have, to a stran ger, a cold and indifferent hearing; but we account for this oni sound, practical prinelples-they will not hug a moan until they know something oPf hin. It is sensible, because it gives protection tothemselves against the thousand-and one humbuggerles. It wais,oncea maximu oflaw that "you Smnat:p~ume a man is right until ihe is prover tobe wrong." It was a good maxim, and just to our fellow manl But-it seems that circumstances, menI( n4tfovernamen.ts have all Cluanged in such a way as to demand a reversal of the ndaima;. hence, we mtust now lire @4.a _,an to be a humbug until he prolesua.kisaself ...

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. — 18 March 1871

t *t14chit ýlztxgeap* .MON-ROE, LA., MARCH 18, 1871. Ally p' rson sending us five new cash sub s'.ribers, at the same post office, will be en titled to a copy of Tea TI.FoIRAPH gratis, lr olle year. .ubscription price invariably in advance. TARIFF OF ADVEIRTISING RATEPJ. Advertiaements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch ,r sp:we or less), for the first, and seventy liv, cenolts for each subsequent insertion, for :uv time under one month. For longer aeriods as follows: v.tasacIL sq'RaEs. 1 aln.1 2 In.'3 . i. 6 m. 2mn. One........ .. 6 7 9 $ 1 $ S20 Two..................... 12 15 22 30 Three................11 0 17 20 30 40 Four ................. 1500 22 20 38 50 Fivo ........... ........ 18 00 30 0 43 00 Eleven (-col.)...4 00 50 60 80 110 Sovent'n(%.-col.).. 50 00 70 85 120 170 'Tw'ty-three (I c.) 65 90 110 160 220 Cards of a peronal character-when ad missible-will be charged double our reg ular advertising rates. Obituary' and Marriage notices will be...

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. — 18 March 1871

MONROE, LA., MARCH 18s 1871. A Visit to Paris. The London Daily News' correpon dent transmits from Longwy some fur ther particulars of his flying visit to Paris after the capitulation: It surprises me to see so many well appointed vehicles still in the streets of Paris, with well conditioned horses. Nor were the omnibuses either few or far between, and their horses were in the best of condition, as were the horsies ridden at break-neck speed through the streets by officers who looked and who probably were transmogrifled pe lits ereves. After visiting the Ameri can Legation I made my way t-o the Hotel de St. Honore, to an It:.l-fash toned and well known house, -ept by a worthy Briton of the name of Un thank. Mr. Unthank had for his boarder through the siege Dr. Gordon, our Medical Coinmissioner in l'Paris,and he takes pride in asserting, what I be lieve to be true, that the Doctor, under his auspices, had lived better than any other man in Paris. AiWhen dinner came it bore out Mr. U...

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. — 25 March 1871

THE TELEGRAPH=: Publiahed every Saturday, ALt lolro, Ounachita Pariah, La. Gr. TWT. 2WroCJ3ERLAL11E2 Editor and Proprietor. 'I1F:"1 IS () 'l I' N pri' IN. 1:1"(" .I~'i".1 1110 S' "11". ........ . .......... ...... t1.(4 O 111` :"'.,,,.v "ix 110o ttlt l.. ............... .... ý,1M1 , ":." .,. , , 1111" \(t'r.... ... ..... .. .... ; )G 1 '. ', , .i" x m:th 1 s.2 ' PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. 1)r.' 'un. anadrI ri 1":N I)I t' tie Lim ib Ior.i .. 'le ly l.'ie thtit d Dr. '1'. P'. ij1.surdmrd .n. 1)11 '.4t(1.AN. 31t33 iiiot Lier OI tetrioi3331. 1 li:t` it 33 Ii. f'tiIrwtv.d's old1 staind. itl ('a.t. s n23tly I D~r. It. C. Strother - - l \ ·cir tln· s t.1 \ c ottrlr " :tt(1 T it i1i1 v. (111iý"e rý l root. At niu! It, o.:ttt Igo titlllltl lf f ll' r(si .c. 3.t ALL t t .V333 . 1 . I t. N. '1 D,*r. iiaie rwood & Aby. / I1 31'i t 33N .t'3 l .Artotrt. til tt, DENTISTRY. J3lt.I1( EY il ('I: III1l, (··]:ii l' i x:I, r·I. \V (' II~v(, till t1lt 11lo(l te h- all f, 21-th t J I). 311 .1EE S J....

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. — 25 March 1871

_` ` ,J era'4iie~f.i~LUsmana. are flattering ec S:,thm aleg splwit of the people } is gaanaUt*: fg audienkce to their ' S, that'they are got _" -deado itate e e. + tothe .,. ", ":.. :.+ I our Scana r joeos for age the South: , =toe ns at. ' nme b- y t onth the wo h. the nt.th es . tept o theo - powth'rd ones a1 2-V. € ' -. f- {. I " e Oteb e.wr le m - nohe b rie to th`e e olmeter ,- + i no ic . throlse hot + ve; i ~iwbl ee, .. ,i, ihte befgstth etrest of the 6utho,, ae. frmien ane 9d otheo ~plou o ic -l o I_.o, t 'lu' d ., .iof e tr. a - tmen ho toer. ..Our whe. oadicl . aluKiu ado m il drin to their Ai, "hi no v "^ ate tical pion.o Wenw ivenoio those wonblga ha v bo - so 1 trlling t ' t th e coto-t he se dl' o o c lnotlie in wL1 'gpisoin o thte promsernot o t erue r oa theaha h more t clct ; -anurl S cem frtom af dvower Oer or -* have b~t~lffd to ~br ipohlts tbtcy- .~q~ '~ ~ ,fl ~fge H. e~.- would the" h " udicial Distril -Court con- Mi vened its regular ferm. i and- f...

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. — 25 March 1871

MONROE, LA., MARCH 25, 1871. Aly perso son ding us five now cash sub scribotrs, at the samle post oflice, will be on titled to a copy of Tus TELEORAPIr gratis, "for one year. lSubscription price invariably in advance. TAIRIFI OF~' ADVERTISING RATES. Advortisements 'will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less), for the first, and sevelty live, ctnlts for oech subsequent insertion, for any tilleO under one month. For longer periods as follows: NuMIuR sq'Rll. 1 m. 2 in. 3 in. 6 n. 12n1. (OC................ ..:37S 7 9 13 20 'Iwo................... 7 0 12 lb 2Z 30 Threo......... l ....... 11 O0 17 20 '30 40 Four................... 15 00 22 20 38 50 oveznt'n(-ool.).. 600 70 85 120 170 Tw'ty-throe (1 c.) 5 00 0 110 10 220 Cards of a personal character-when ad miissiblo-will be charged double our rog ular advertising rates. Obituary and Marriage notices will be charged as advertisements. AGENTS : Tardrow &: Co......................Now York. McInt...

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. — 25 March 1871

SL., MA RCH 25, 1871. r'`:, $, LA.,. MhRCH 25, 1871. Public Meeting. F(Orm t1frE lihklin sun.] r A br of the citizens of Franklin ened in Winnsboroug on h, 1871, to consider the sairing a Railroad through 1 motion of Judge Thom ewib SZim was called on to and John W. Willis SThe Chair informed the he bad been informed by of Morehouse, that the a.a, in contemplation to St. Louis and New eartainly be brought and suggested that taken on the part of andaidandasaist Wm. E. rapp, the to appoint a com with Col. Spiie, with a view of to participate in to tee contemplated Dr. Wm. SB. Brown, towhich may eseltr m ca eat eopensaid Mr. T e bianssieaof athe com i convene ibhen he deems On no ion tahese proceed ing rere eqesatedto be published n te Frank winean, and the meeting adjourned. LEWIs eIna , Chairman. Jaro. W. Wrntrl , ec retary. te me as a Pertillser. Mr. Trimble, in behalf of the com mittee to visit oarms, and to report on eh things as they may desire, sub mitted a paper concernig the' ...

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