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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 1 April 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Published evry Saturday, Ut losur4e. Onas( Imita l'arials. La. C -. . TT 1 C3ERANI E7I Editor and Propriotor. i'i'.1'NI . t r M 1 'It'- IPTI'ItN. {, {{{ýy' ý " 'I'Y, ic '':eittr, .... ... ... . .... ...... .. . -A,OXI t tti " pi , ý'- .% 'i l ,t: .... ... ...................I... If, Q t {li'i",.., . . '. tttlll' t.'  .......... ....................,{Ht ·l·1.L · ·· 1 · ··1 ·· ·· : PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. 1110r. Will. Saimnlel e t t11"t:O 44 t,4t1. 14 ItI llil'. 11 o i lluh' tonhlr14 t l 414t hi t lIp. (,LIl:1ai 1rW tu444'M ilta11d'I.(ol Dr. '1'. P. Rih rother I) I,'. tI.` tiur1gIoau4 : M Iia.41 h ot Ini141t - 4r.I . aig Dr 1. 4 144' 144441141a · II. 41id 4(4 ' SI ,4. Wurl·cI.I. 1 4-I. 5, 1t471, tt2lt44 '4 )r i 44I41'4lt. 14. 1otlIO. AlY fltr,.a. o (alIeIIVtIIo ant Alayit. (lt ,to 4h s .r4444 )4'*ilr I.1n1n ~a I" I-I(E i 4 roa~r ~f ItenatlltI 144,t's htl,444144g, \,FS-...4t. 1,.4,.I, l,"t.'1 t Iv-4a 4'14j444 :11141 Li4o DENTISTRY. .. 1.. t, 1N: 1. 1 I 3). -I k llo 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. — 1 April 1871

MONROE, LA., APRIL 1, 1871. Q. W. neDRAWfl, Eator. A. O. . t., Assciarte Siftor. A.XONQ THE PINES. After repeated unsuccessful attempts I to visit the country west of this,wo suc- I ceeded last week in crossing the Oua chita and in invading the hills as far ias Vernon andVienna. Some of the route we had not traveled for five years; none of it within two and a half. In this Schanging, shifting period of the coun try's history, we did not fail to notice that the changes in the face of the hill country have been numerous in five years, very few of them, we regret to say, are changes of a progressive char acter. Thus, the highways have here and there changed directions, but fre quently to make "a nigh cut" across what was once a fertile field; Resi dences, a few years ago occupied by happy white families, have been torn down and removed to other sites, to ac commodate the whims or necessities of the enfranchised negro, and all that marks the spot of former prosperity and domestic indust...

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. — 1 April 1871

MONROEI, LA., APRIL 1, 1871. Any person sending us five now caslh su serilbers, at the satlOme post oflieo, will be oln tit h(l to an opy of Tint. TELEflRAPIi gratis, for on0o year. Subs.cription price invariably in advance. TARAIFF OF ADVERTISING RAT1cS. Advertisolnents will be inserted at one Id)llar and lifty cents per square (one inch f spe or loss), for tho lirst, anid seventy live ·ollts for each sulibsequlent insortion, for anll tilno unllldr one mlloth. For longer p-'riods as follows: 'sr suiY'ii. 110.1 2 in1 3 mi. dijl.2iu. One..................... 7 7 1 $ 13 $ 0 'wo.................... 7 5 12 15 22 30 Three ................11 00 17 20 30 40 or..................15 0J ±1 210 38 50 rive .................... 1 0( 1 30 43 I 0 Eleven ( 3_-col.)... 00 50 60 480 110 Sovenit'in(%-col.).. 00 7(0 85 120 170 'I'w'ty-throo (1 o.)15 0 90 110 160 220 (:art.s of a pvrsona· charac(cr-when ad missible-will be charged doublo our reg ilar advertising rates. Obituary and Marriage notices w...

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. — 1 April 1871

MONROE, LA., Al'PRL t, 1x71. THE MODERN HELLE. The daughter sits in the parlor And rocks on her easy chair, She is dressed in silks and satius, And Jewels are in her hair; She winks and giggles and sitmn srs, And simpers and giggles and winks: And though she talks ut little, It's vastly more than she thinks. Her father goes clad in russets- All dirty ,eedy at that; His coat is all out at the elbow, And he wears a nhocking had lilt. He is hoarding and saving his doll:ars, So carefully, day by day, While she on her whins and tftie Is squandering themu away. She lies in bed of a morning Until the hour of noon, And then comosdown snappin :; ln.nlin Because sie's called so snnl ! Her hair is still in papers, Her cheeks still daubtdl with init-- Romains of last night's llushes, Before she attempted to ftint. Her feet so very little, Her hand so very -white, Her jewelry so very heavy, Her head so very light ; Her color is mado of eosnnotics, Though this she will never w,\vn-- Her body is ...

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. — 8 April 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Publihced ovoiy Saturday, Ait VEliiroe. O.astcialIt I'arhr*lm Ln. ~. w. 3/ZoC3LANS3M Editor and Proprietor. (4 'IV, (4)44 onaoyar.................. p4,00 ADVANCE. ItA'rl-;S: i ,,,," - .. ,'lone year ....... ..... .. ........... 4),00 c I1ý c.il?. cx " iuot .....thx. ............... .... 2,401 PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS. Br. 1 un. Ltuiadcl rý EN I)ERM his servioe ..s Physi'in a nti S.r.scon to t he p.uld. Ilencn hlie f.,od ulpon his jhotatiou. four mtiles bllow Mu. Md·l hIt, 1S71. 21-ly I)r. T. 11. Richardson, P) 1 YtiI('JN, nt nodt1 lanObsitet tii. t 4tlh,,c :t lIr. ('StId lres-ooi old tit:1 1n. I ii loo1 t jttetott gi i. to (1h0tice Surgi IDr. Rt. C. Siroth~er () ti-tIt(S his J,rofeusiouiitl strire to~s1 the ovitr lth store of S imlttinort & Miultntt (:randu `I ret. At night~t, eli. tbe fiotio latthe resi thno of Mrs. War 111.1. Fe'lt. ,, 15701. .iSO"t. .)r.. ('ulderwool & Abs'. MosNon, .A. ( Iitn rear of to ruitinjilt's ttilhtitg. ) s,"nl .trd,..lit Icron tetii...

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. — 8 April 1871

"nac t 1t ýatgx pº . iO6fROE, LA., APRIL 8, 1871. 0. W. UKcOCRAISID, Uiter. A. a. BILL, Associate Editor. ..ALONG THE PINES AGAIN.. Until the past week the parish of Un ion was to us a land almhnost unknown. We had been in "seven States," and 1 more, but had never visited Farmer ville,--and we say it with shame, or would, at least, if business had not al ways called us in some other direction. The parish of Union is one of the par ishes bordering on Arkansas. It is now much the largest parish of all those lying north of Red river, Catahoula ex cepted. It has a population of 7813 whites and 4372 blacks; and is, there fore, p11 over Democratic. The soil is of two kinds, sandy and red, both pro ducing nearly alike. Farmerville, the parish seat, is situ ated near the center of the parish, and about one mile from the head of navi gation on the D'Arbonne, a stream, at this season of the year, which affords abundant water for the largest size boats to Farmerville, but on account of trees, ...

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. — 8 April 1871

MII\l-t()IE, LA.. Al.'XRIL', 1+71. .1u1v pursull ullndilg it., Iist jut\ i ttilt uh t.,"t ilurus, at the uaitu Jut. ('11u4, wnill ht' it It u on(' vutar. snltu."ritrtilut pll ce t ,u l'i ltd'/ jut a:u . Iti u\"rtiseloululttu wil bhe insuteritut alt Oil. t .tIl 1111 and tv tilllytts per a itntr (onul itulle If "utu. r lun I'u), fr the tinrst, andil seuvl lttu, livs- e.4It full each ti anti-t-u t1-t ittiz-uut jl11. ilr lllulu(iltlutuntleruolo ulltttti. Fr Ilo.nger Sii .. ...1 . lul ... : I 74- 7 t I' t 13 .t I t '1'hr." ...................I 1) 1 1 "4 ! :4) 1 I- l o " s1 o ss 1". :tr .......... . ......I 5 t3V = ' '"' .5 i ..... . 3 l( '11 34l I3 4 1'.l ', 1t -ot.). N i i tul l , Nl) 1i1 1'u't.-thre'e (I s.) Ite tni ) lIii t O 111-s of1 ut a uruuontl thou ad u idiurit ntt ttit.stituo--\t ill bie charged doubttle ouitr reg ultbrttutvtetilijltg rattest. Il tituai ry antd Marriatge- otuttlu-te n-Ill -1i uu:haurct us( nd.,-ertiscltnclu. Fu':trurew 4t Co. ...........e......w...`\r . (urk. M...

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. — 8 April 1871

MONROE, LA., APRIL R, 1671. TO BRIDGET. i" BY OHIe WHO LOvEr Erit. oh Bridget dearest Bridget, The Love I bear tor you Ist8 caused my heart to trenhle And almost break in two. I vain would live an' ,cberish, The ground that you do walk, But your conduct do forbid inm To Have such pleasant thougllh.. I often have built cast It, To enjoy by vou u& ue, But before they got completdloi. you causes them not to be. I men this by your conduclt. To another man so free. oh could I but reclaim you. How happy would I he. There is one resolution, that Bridget ought to makt : Be true to me that loves her, or come to some bad fate. Then Bridget dearest Bridge:. Consent d be mine own ; Be true to your love l)onnis. And you never will be foolt rn:lon. The Dog and the PI'e Man. Mr. Smellie, in his -Natural Philos ophy," mentions a curious instance oTf intelligence in a dog belonging to a gro, cer in Edinburgh : "A man who went through the strei.-ts ringing a bell and selling pies happened! one da...

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. — 15 April 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Publihhcd ovory Saturday, St. .1,llroe. Oullacita IParial, uLa. Cam. T. 1VIoC A.INZEI, Editor and Proprietor. '.'.tCI l- of J" t w itsclHIITIO1N. i. . , . y tr,....... . . 4,1x . ý ,. , , , <ix tl to tttihs ......................... 2,' 111 .1I1 \.N . ItA l' : U ~" , y ', ............ ................. ,0K) I mtlilt l"'\ | h'i s t lth.t., ......... ...... ... ,(tu PHYSICIANS. am)'. 1U'ua. Sandei TENDE: Ibis service itas I'113-5iL'ciol and " St iul to It h itb lie. Ile call be $~niiii II-1 l4Iot.Liitol, Inborlmile's be!low A.Ill '. r. '1'. 1I. 1sT!. 25-tv S)jll YSII <l.X, MiirgIclsn :iilll OilstotriciutI. j 111~. at Ili. l':il,1crwos, il's old staulll. sl~tit1 :ii,' ltim~l givcen to ('hronici Murgi I:r '1 ses*. 12:ly1 lur. It. C. Mtrotlier (1 t'lUI~tS his pllilessional services to the .'it jilis ol MoIn~roe lilal IVicinity-. (liflee :; Il"..\61iglll, e'll1 IK' filui~ht at the resi 'i. olc".I NI r-. Wutirliell. ike'. i5, 19711. iii2PP 1i:. .. .'X l.ni':Eltvw ...

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. — 15 April 1871

Ranaita esejagaph. MONROE, LA., APRIL 15, 1871. A. W. UrAgecat ior. A. 0. ILCL, MAsseate Water. CONSERVATIVE SENATOR WEaT'S RAIDEN SPEECH. We find the following in the tele graphic report of the Congressional pro ceedings for the 4th instant: Senator West, to-day, in his maiden speech in the Senate, defended the Re publican Administration of Louisiana from what he called the unwarrantable charges and misstatements of Mr. Blair. That State, to-day, by her redemption under Republican rule from anarchy, bloodshed and riot, presented an unim peachable refutation of the charges so commonly made by the Democratic party that reconstruction was a failure, and Gov. Warmoth, to whose sagacity, firmness and pluck much of the success wis due. * * * * Those of the South to whom carpet= baggism wasgenerallyapplied, accepted it in all that pertained to it of boldness, enterprise and right, and repudiated all the opprobrium and ignominy which their opponents assigned to it. Our great Republic was t...

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. — 15 April 1871

tbrt Mhitd 8algnaph. lI sNlbIE. ).A., ARIL1i 15, 1871. v I'"rsn srlding us five new cashll iub ..:,i at ( ls e LanL post otlice, will be en ::il t it o L I f 'lI e 'I'tI IIL.u APH gratis, .-t h-riU ,in price ineariably Ill lVainc. AI;:I1 OP AIXlERTIISt1G 1A'T1S. \.1I ,'r i-01i(ents will beo insorted at one . t:i " i'tV ty leLIs per square iione i elt : o  Sr lu-Io. flr the lit-st, and seventy :i -. 1 fti teailth sl ubsequentlllt insertion, for ; ,tot ttelr otne t runitii. For longer . 1- illll: ill tr. I nt t., 2 In. ll l3ii. 1l2i r. -~ --~.-1--I-- ---. _1 *, . S' 7.3 7 9I l $. 13i l o .............1 7 5th 12 15 22' 3) "' vt '1 . . . .......... 11. (i 17 204 30 40 IS .. 1 14i 22 21 13 140 1-'i\ . . .. ......... ....... I(9 21i 30 43 i0) : , 1, '-c l.)... 1 l t ,) (10 80 110 <":,":- t'l )-r,-tol.)..i'l) (0t 701 85 f J20 170 'i'x\ hy-;hre it e.) 4.li i14 90 i 110 160 20 i.trl) .I a pe)r.-ionl htcaracter-whlen atd :i.-ii·l--will Io charged double our reg iii.:ui it-,jrtisuint...

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. — 15 April 1871

MON.qROE, LA., APILII. 1471. ...... -- lI--: UNI)EI THE WILLOW. i We mlet; 'twas when thle lughing sri::i I Her earliest wreath was twinint, : When birds were out on dew- wintg, i And skies were blue and sliining. I little reeked of sunny skies, Or April bloomi beguiling; My sunshine was her radiant cy(. My spring her tender slilig. A dreamn had said, "elihold vourl ir', ., A blight is on the flower!" My heart had whispered, ""ii hd lher ,is- ," 'Tis only for an1 hour." But heart and dream I would iInoti Ilnoo My pulseo boat quicker nilotion,, I had broken sorrow's bitter bread. Now joy should he lmy portion. I said to Fate, "I will not fear Your voice of crlel sorinii "g; I said to Memory, "droop not hir. Your raven wing o-wai-rning. The days shall be for you andt nie, The nights all wild and lonely, But now I bid your shadow Ilce, This hour is mine, mine only." Alas! I heard upon the hiiill Fate's low, defiant laughter. Alh! felt you not my cheelk .'wt ,'hill, My heart wasu stil...

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 April 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: rublisbhd every Saturday, ALt Uluhmrn4. (Oaaaclaiiti Pitriºli, Lai. C= .w. MoCRANI.. Editor and Proprietor. ...................:.. i i." . ýý.... iý .......... ..................... . ..2 4,11 PHYSICIANS. I~r. W1112. NamndtlI 'I 51r·1("..tt, 1., 111," ltllli,". 111",":11 Int-ti)tllll( ,l~". l lrI. l Ii, 1ST 1. ly Dri. W. I. Ili~lhuerdlMOi, S~\ n,"iII· ti :(t 1("111 ~ )1)~1. 4 1 11 ý (:l t (ltr 1t ll ligi Ur. il 4'. %trotl i r l itii',.it .11-' Siiitrt :tier Miut~titi. /)i11u.1 I)rs. (~aIde"rwutoEI A .hy. K l t'l ill i l l" I("t"I~til'It'. m ultitiniit, i..t.I . Ju"",I. t .(t i,"ii t, i* t~ 181 Aiv 111 It I' .\ I. I" Itit -i" IN , lilyv "_,IS 1i. ii-1l:1v DENTISTRY. )) I~ t 'I N I .S1, ýtl.r or I : N I 1-. . TS, 'tttl.r tiIt I-H H;r . 1 at III(. .··11i."." it :tII Iiitt il. ', t()\·( 11 , 1V1X il J Iý r. I. FI . \ l and l tttLtk- Illrl' (iav.l at it: Itl. (i'-2aI-3 i. 4 ..tt .I.:t ."1 nd r ili.12 1 , ..t"Iti.r. . +l ."t ATTORNEYS AT LAW. .. ('. lill. 'I1'T" tNI.:Yl .\'...

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 April 1871

MONROE, LA., APRIL 22, 1871. Q. W. IMcO ANIE, Editor. A 0. LH.L., Associate Editor. THE CAMPAIGN OF 1872. Ihe 'cauldron of national politics is " already bubbling and boiling with a virJl 6 and intensity unusual at such an 'advanced stage in a canvass pre ceeding a presidential election. The New York Tribune asserts, probably from the vigorous preparations nlak ing, that the election of 1872 will be the most "infuriated" witnessed in this country since the year 1800. Possibly, the Tribune argues also from the evi dent disposition of its party friends to maintain their control of the govern ment at whatever cost and risk, even including the sacrifice of the peace of the country, and a corresponding oppo sition on the part of the Democracy to maintain the Constitution and our an cient form of government even to the bringing on of blows. The elements of an "infuriated" camn paign are plentiful in every portion of the Union. The executive head of the government is not a man to soothe 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. — 22 April 1871

MON 1t()1 , LA., APRIL. 22, 1 871. tilh 1:ltoacopy of '1TII*: '1'EldiltAIlI grati4, .,; no yielar. 'l'.%th1 F (1"' O A D VIIIT'SIN0 ClA¶I E.5 :\1\v1ll is'nint14 will Io insoortetl at on110 of 'oiit.ii" r tess), for 1h11 Lirst ,:aun lseventlty torio· , :Is I ill. 114 .11 II n.. 2I l 3l nt li. (i ill.' 12m1. ao ..................... ? 7.9 i t) 1'3 r 2 l':o..... ............. 7 Til 13 15 fl. :10 'I' Itr·ee .. ...... ........ .... 11 N) 1 20 30 40) i"t I.................. . L 20 I 38 50 l i ............. ....... 14(00 211 30 4:1 1il Eleven·l (3' -col.)... 1 0 50 lilt 1+ 11 Aeve' 5) (() 7 0 140 I3 120 110 '1ww-v-t111·el (t el.)j l14( _Il 0) i) 110 I1)141 221 lltish,Ie-lltl'wit I o IlIargod doublle our reg 11lar :aLdverLisillg rates. AGlENI'S : 'furl lretw C& ..................... \New York. M13ll n1 '' A 121.....................Noww (Orlalbns. IFnillik \1 jtlhhIat x ........ .N...w.....Nwrlo: . .Its hl. C I. 114.ww nd Belton Brothers, 'fTa . xz as.-\\ e tender our thanks to IL on. Mi...

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 April 1871

MONROE, LA., APRIL 22, 1871. THERE 1S ROOM AT THE TOP. They say the professions are crowded By seekers for fame and for breoad; That the members are pushing each other As clame as there footsteps can tread. But be'not discouraged, nmy brother, Nor suffer exertion to stop, Though thousands are pressing around ytu, There is plenty of room at the top. Be true to thy love and thy countr' The dastard wins never at prize; But the earnest are ever the vicrors, And he who on justice relie', Who wins the good guerdon Y labor, Will garner sweet rest asnis crop, And find, as the hills sink Ibelow hint, That there's room onotgh at the top. Oh, let not the evil distlrb you, There's good if youout search it out, Make pure thine owr conscience,nty brother Nor mind what tae rest are about. And whether your work may have faillen In sanctum, or office, or 1101)shop, Remember thelow grounds are crowdLed, But there's always room at the top. A Good4 Name. Children, choose it, Don't refuse it, 'Tis a pr...

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 April 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Published eovry Saturday, .I Mon,,iroe, Onachlta Parimin. La. CA-. W. 3CoWJBNZ2D. Editor and Proprietor. T1'l lKN 4)F U BMC"IUF PrtN. ......... ........ .... .... . 111 ~, l ~n , .............. .. .·.... ..........Skl N t( i" i"...... nix ..1,I~t.. ............ .. .. ...:L,UII PHYSICIANS. Pr I'a. WIn. Manni~ero ll h~r. T. P'. RICIItdo3I. ) Ii V7.41t1 Nf Surgelln andI~ Obtclltr·(ivi·iI 1\I··1 · (kiL,.Lt (I )r C~11. 4 l YiW d (k\IdI .tflhid. Rrw. ('l~rvut. I. t AtrthIC I '.{. rkvsk Jnal 5s; r Lk 1) tin DENTISTRY. Itli,"," over 4"apt.4 i1141. (Itt te itI ~i's t~. ) LI, h(, tllI 1110 Kue~rui jilt ,ro veflieItHt in plo I"ti"oi'i. IIie uocr L ooth I br to ito folunld (t I.11~ Ili it till tides. [feb11, '71. ly ,J I). 3II.I7a .% J. U. ASK Iw, J It 7 N "1' I1,~ 'I S, 127 V: t.hitiu.sot Stit eet, ý'I('I7SIL3'i(.. MISS. ,.' I . -70 . r ttuett NO /l:(ij :V, j f ,t~t,3-y), liltut at 1(1 tiT t. Ithtrles St. ( utll,"t" t Z14 ltijilio~uit I,1jlrlttitti~tl ls ijeit rolr- I Nottiir li...

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 April 1871

MONROE, LA., APRIL 20, 1871. G. W. MculANZ, ailter. A. O. ILL, Aam...ato aUitor. COXUENT UPON RECONSTRUCTION. The "neck-tie sociable" is the favor- d ito iestive gathering in Wyoming. One d is always held when a horse-thief is caught. The tie is made of hemp rope and lasts the thief his lifetime.-Ex. And still there are no Ku-Klux and no lawlessness anywhere but in the late " insurrectionary" States. If a man, who murdered his wife, is taken from a jail in Kentucky, and hanged, as he ought to be, forthwith the North ern press startles the "loyal" people of that virtuous section with an account of another Ku-Klux outrage. If a negro commits a ripe, or burns a town in Mississippi, and is dealt with after the manner horse thieves are treated in Wyoming, or express robbers in Indi ana, the vengeance of the ,"loyal" all over the North is called down upon Kentucky, or Mississippi, as the case may be, while the whining, conscience stricken plunderers at the South hurry on to Washington an...

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 April 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. — 29 April 1871

MONROE, LA., APRIL 2r, 1871. TEUPORA XUTANTUR. RY .1. 0. 5AXS. "The times are changin"g!" long, long ago. A Roman greybeard sighed;: "And still as seasons wax and wane. We change with time and tide." And I (alas, that I must own My locks are growing suanter ! In pensive retrospect repeat, O, TEMPORA MUrTAaNTI'r! Where now are all the village belles I sonneted of yore? Gone, with the fashion of the boots And bonnets which they wore. Their dimpled choeeks are wrinkled now, And time-the disenchanter Has dimmed the eyes that dazzled tinel,- O, TsPoRA MU'ANTU R! O, how we raved of coLnstancy, Malinda May and I I've quite forgotten which was tir:;t To break the tender tie; I know that I survived the shock, (Though sworn to die instanter. And Linda lived-to love again- O, T'rmIOtA MUTANTun! Good Dr. Proser, where is he? Whore logic clear and strong The vestry praised-end never deemend The sermon over long, Until they heard and quite preferred The Reverend Rousing manter; To whom succeede...

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