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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 6 May 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Published evory Saturday, At Moseroe, Ouachita Parish, La. CG. wT. MCoORBN.N , Editor and Proprietor. 1'TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. )It, e'.py, (onIte year,.............................. X1,00 tsw < y, Six Imontha,.... ............ .. 2,00 ADVANCIE IlATIR: O)s )opy, )on year,............ .. . .................3,00 (l)l copy. aix inoithi, ......... ............... . 2,00 PHYSICIANS. Dr. Win. Sandel V lENI)EIS his services as Physician and SIurgconi, to the public. Hie can be found tIl,.1 his plantation, four mnilce below Mon r,.o. March 11, 1871. 25-ly Dr. T. P. RichardMon, 3)IlYIC'IAN, Suroon and Obstetrician. mI licv. at I)r. 'ah ldrwood's old stand. 'leci:al attOntion given to CI hronie Surgi '.tl C( 't .(. In20:ly Dr. R. C'. Mtrother F l'lEI S his professional services to the . itizllns of Mionroo and vicinity. Olnco , I\-"r to , store of Slrghllor & Mullinu Grand :itnet. At light, can be foullnd alt the rosl lI1.ce of Mlrs. `arficld. Fob. 5, 1870. n20(¶ llt...

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. — 6 May 1871

"nnnhia c CtG .ýaagxa tx. MOllROE, LA., MAY 6, 1871. 0. 1W. UOUANIE, Editor. A. C. mss., Asulate Editor. THE TEXAS PACIFIC RAILROAD. I Last week we published the New York World's account of the meeting and organisation of the Texas Pacific Railroad Company. Since then we have come into possession of a few points not given in the World's article, which, as they bear upon the railroad interests of this section particularly, are not unde serving a prominent place in our col umns. The reader will recollect that Marshall O. Roberts was permitted to subscribe * for 11,000 shares of the stock of the Tex as Pacific road, being a majority of the shares, and that General Fremont was permitted to take 5,000 shares, leaving 4,000tobe divided equally between the remaining corporators. Mr. Thoee. B. Scott, President of the Union Pacific road and Vice-President of the Penn sylvania Central road, was also a prom inent personage in the organization of the Company, and he was, we were told by the Wor...

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. — 6 May 1871

MONROE, LA., MAY 6, 1871. Airy person sending u118 ive now cash sub Ncribers, at the same post offico, will be on titled to a copy of Tim TELaIa APIH gratis, tfr one year. Subsceription price invariably in advance. ''TAIIF OF ADVERTISINGO ATES. Advortisontonts will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of .space or loss), for the first, and sevonty live cents for each subsequent insertion, for any tie t under one month. For longer periods as follows: Nt:m:IIttR Q'Itltt. I ib. 2111n. 3 in. 60 n. 12`m. One....................- 375 7 9 1813 20 Two ..................... 750 12 15 22 30 'hreoo ................ 11 00 17 20 30 40 Four.................. 15 00 22 26 38 50 Five.................... 18 00 26 30 4 00 Eleven (-ol.)... 34 00 5 00 80 110 SOVOeit'(n -ol.).. 50 00 70 85 120 170 Tw'ty-throee (1 c.) 65 00 90 110 100 220 Cards of a personaf clharacter-when ad zmissiblo-will bo charged double our rog llar 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. — 6 May 1871

MONROE, LA., MAY 6, 1871. [From the Galaxy for May.] THE MORMON WIDOWER'S LAMENT. And she is dead ! and tse is dead ! My multitudinous bride ! No more my weary head may rest Her many forms beside. No more hor sixty gentle hands Shall fondly rest in mine; No more around her thirty waists My loving arm shall twine. For she is dead, and from those eyes Of black, and blue, and gray, And various intermediate dyes, The light has passed away ; And eighty little orphans' tears Are mingled with mine own, And eighty hearts of tender years Are motherless and lone. Ton faevoers seized her all at once, And apoplexy too; With corns, hysterics and the mnluips And dread tic-dolouroux. A dozen doctors made her worse They physicked and they bled ; And though she lived with thirty lives, No wonder she is dead. But ore she died, in countless throngs * Her relatives drew nigh, And waded throulh each other's tears To bid my lovo ood-byo. Yet even then she thought of me, And sought my grief to quell; And ...

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. — 13 May 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Pubiished cvery Saturday, 3: '1:2-roe. Onaehita Parish, La. ldintor : d Proprietor. 1 '; l f"' :' IHS C IPTIe'N. I. v -- , 11o!l . ..................... . 2,00 . II o r ....... . .... ..... 3,00 S'l L, n; s.w :v"... .. .2,00 -iYSICIANS. ra· :-"it ii' hi.ýervio(, R 1' Physician and ý rý," tit, u, the ptubli!. I le can bo found 1i,"t lin tilir Haleu below Daio 1ullt 11, P71. 25-ly Dr. T. 11. RichardsOf,-- j I1I V'L( 'IAN, 8utrnco and (ihstotriclan. ,liU. ,"it Or. tCulk-crwvaod's old sutand. ý1u :iai ngive to ('lirotuic S~urgi I - n2*:ly IDr. IR. 4'. Strother I' 1' ISli his Pro fiessional sorvices to the 43i , *e it·....! J roeo aind v~icinitv. 011icc ~ r":tior, f 'dtrghnor A Atfulhin Grand Me ;"". t night, I~l hr ii.nnd ill tile resi ,", ~'1 '!t';. Waririilt. Felt. 5, 1870. n'241¶ u:; " IIW opin. t. 'rOOM. Y. AnY. Irris. (:hldcrwoodl & Aby. M .YRtiE, LA. ()t i'I( 'fl i rear of 1lrtcrihardt's building, Iiir"cnt I trt", l,"weeit DeSiard and1( the DENTISTRY. ti', " };...

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. — 13 May 1871

. MONROE, LA., MAY 13, 1871. o. W. acoaIAm, maitor. A. . .!.., Associate Editor. THE PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE AND THE PEOPLE'S CAUSE. As hard as the times are, the circula tion Of the TELEGRAPH is steadily in creasing. One order alone, last week, contained the names of twenty yearly subscribers. Another, from a subscri ber already, stated that the writer had discontinued an "oflicialjournal" which he had been taking, and he desiied to subscribe for the second copy of the TELEGRAPH. Assurances from various sources and sections reach us that individuals, ad miring the independence of this paper and-its neat appearance and well filled columns; are preparing to get up clubs and send them on. Our facilities for working off a large edition are fully eqqal to any demand which may be made, and our commanding position at the central point in North Louisiana gives' us advantages in the collection of news pssessed by no other journal in this section of the State. Our purpose is, in pursuance of a wel...

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. — 13 May 1871

M(ONRIOE, LA., MAY 13, 1871. Any personl sending us live new cash sub ri, rIsi, iat the 4ame post omfco, will be on tit lltt to ai copy of Tl4u 'Tl i.E4itAIAiI gratis, f 'r one year. Sub slriptiion price inV(ari(ably in advance. 'I'.1 Itl F'' OF ADVER'IIISING RATES. .Ad-vrtismients will be intsorted at one Sdlllur al flifty cents per square (one inch of space or less), fir the lirst, anld noventy iV\e cents for each sllubsequenlt insertion, for :ny til4to uiiiteCr on11 monthIt. For longer pleriods ast fidlows: .1.Nn.N4 : ' 4SQ 's. 14 i. 2 .m a3 n m.; m.121-. 'l' ,..... ............... 7 1 15 22 30 'l'hree ..1... .........I 0 17 2) 30 40 1 o r .. .. ........... 22 2 38 50 i 1e ............. ... ..... 0 21 30 43 0 Eleven (34-col .)...:14 ((0 i0 (1) 80 110 5event'n (- col.)..150 00 7 85 120 170 Tw',-ty-three (1 ".) 5 00 0 110 160 220 Carlds of a )tersonal character-when ad 4nissible-will ho charged double our reg ular advertising rates. c(ituarv anld Marriage notics will be hllrged ...

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. — 13 May 1871

xuacita 9tdtgre h. l" MONROE, LA., MAY 13, 1871. A DBEAM. Back again darlingt.Q, day of delight ! ow hrae I longed for'you norning and night; [ Watched for you, pined for you all the day Craving no boon and no blessing but you; Praydfor you, plead for you, sought you in Striving forever to find you again : Countingall anguish as nought if I might Clasp you again as I clasp you to-night. Oh I have sorrowed and suffered so much! Since I last answered your lips loving touch; Throuh the night watches, in daylight's brht beams, An~guihed by visions and tortured by dreams, Dreams so replete with bewildering pain Still it is throbbing in heart and in brain: Oh! fIorl dreamed-keep m close to thy side, Darling,oh,darling-Idreamed you had died! Dreamed that I stood by your pillow and heard From your pale lips love's sweet, half-utter ed word! And by the light of the May morning skies Watched your face whiten, and saw your dear eyes SOzing Lr into the Wonderful Land Felt your fond fingers grew...

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. — 20 May 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Publishcd every Saturday, St 70iore(. 4OlnaauiIaa P'arisMla. L.. CT . TCN. 1VlcC L.AN =I E, Editor and Proprietor. TI.'I:.1 of." . I'I:",'I .II'TI. ,. • , .. .. i, ,,I . Li." , . .. ...... . ... .. ..... .. .. , )9 , ii. i ..... . . .' . '- . ...1 l| .. .. .... ............. 4141 PHYSICIANS. 1)r. irl im. Ntiuu"ci 'ii L.ý.ti Iii- ( I. 1 . I l.al l \ir4it4i \\I.; I li\ )r,. It. 4'. 1i rother"1 II""t .\ t.Il~t euw.- tol- I.%iII atii ltt~. t DENTISTRY. I  . I I S . . .1,, Ii i 1 r.,p tl,. p S'll -ll in- ill'n . l t. itt-i l ui tt t itau \.'I, h :l; i, :l] 1~ · 1 lilt' P1 tt 4 4 l ll ||||), "1).' 11||I, ill Ij . 11m1 i.i:j11. . J j ' ) ;.1 As , It 1l. I N N II rl: . N,,. IT'7 \\'tt]ititt.n itt .Mini-i', lI.. a. ''elle. i .p r sl ', hnt- l',,le tt'llq nl tio . '\," l'i(2 ilt ,',4. I rq;r in N ,,rth l,,,;i i:.s to lthos( I I\',,,l -I n tl, 'l-. .' | 1,' 1 . :"7 . \ - I-I.I -.1. I N. I"Il:N( II. 1. 1 N 'I \ I. I l. i l:-,)N , 0 Al. . I~trainw t il:Ivn. ATTORNEYS A...

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. — 20 May 1871

MONROE, LA., MAY 20, 1871. Q. W. UAIc IIIW, iter. A. . . L., lsdamt lMiter. The acceptance by the Democracy of the XIVth and XVth Amendments as fiAnal and no longer a subject for polit ical controversy has brought down upon It allthe wrath and vituperation of the Radical press. Born in iniquity and nurtured in deceit; having accom plished its wicked mission in a system of legislation as base and lawless as the depraved hearts that inspired it; hav Ing been false to all its pledges and promises in State papers, Congressional enactments and political platforms, and being rent asunder on national ques tions and in local dissentions, its only hope for a continuance of power was for its great adversary to continue their opposition to the validity of its illegal and usurpatory teachings. In 1868 we made the issues on the Amendments and Reconstruction laws, because the former had not been ap proved by the States and because the latter were known to be unconstitu tional. The issue was lost...

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. — 20 May 1871

.),11n• l Cýl.ll i.lll1i ii. -1'1)1',\% i' t vl l N114IDM LA., HA 20, 1871. .\ \'rib r -, :it tt1w .:1l1l l,l,po t .,llic'e,, will In. on tlilh Iii. I. It y .Ii" T il : ' Il':l. :rltl.\ l )r:tiv, |'111" . <ripti n price r IIIt r- ativantll l-..11. T.1\ A1 I"1 IF .\1IY\'I:I N'I'INI\ I.\TI':N. .Al y·. l' l i .....`lltl w'ill Ill- inll ''rt l it Itll ,I: " 1.m.l ifty" /vert, l.." .lll:lr". ({i e inc1h ,1t I :loa Ol".. l . , 1r tl e :l.. 11111 .Il l t\ ), i lil. l l tL I 1r "l:lll ~ llIl ,(wl tIi` t illn rl' tilln, II, ' :tI. li" 11 ll" I1111r(1".. ....."1, I......1 . P11 | lt(."1. I`.lrislh :1 1a 1111 ,l : %14 .i s i t1I,:1 .  1 1 it. 2 iiI . :I ItI . tI I11. 1: 111. "'WT l',1 . . .... . ......... I :i. 12 5 'i ll I' h'\l'ln" .. . .. .. .. .I HI INI 1 Isl) : ) IlI) Ill'll" . l.. l.. l.. . I...... . "s I .t '_26 :i l 1:1 ll I I" ., !, 1 . \I ..:l l. 'NI :N I I () 1 1 Noveit'it (1'-l4 .) ..111) 4 IN i ; 1'.1 IT 1 '11'1\-thI r, 1 r ll- , . .. .. ..h : INI 1) 114 11:1 l 2241 "1...

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. — 20 May 1871

MONROE, LA., MAY 20, 1S71. POETIC PLATFORM. Tho Union, ono nation unzrtividedt Froln Ocealt to Ocean preoserrd, With Constitntion and laws providod ; With people's and States' right\t prlesrve'd The habeas corpus protected, The Freetlom of sleeoch aud tfll Iue-, A Jury in partial selected, To try ut-if laws we transgress. Ill collllerce uoi faivoroed. rtetti.olt, In finance one rlnonov all, No schisms of section trgailst set 'io, The National heart to enthrall, But a UNiON of peaceful .toils Identing. Whose millions of hearts tro :t.s l: The ltith of our fiathers dliotnding, To throttlo the itroedlont of lone. To the Civil Laws, hail high dotinitai O'er aill other laws of the land w Free exercise of faiLh and opinion, Preservoed front Opplressioin's vile Iha5d1( The flag of our natonL respcctcd, Wherever its tiahls :are ntlfurlo d; The rights of the people protected, To the uttorito.st endst of the world. Divorcedl ill tile )Deert. One of thepif ttelrs in California elmi gration,...

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. — 27 May 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Published overy Saturday, at alouror. 40 0a,.itu PalkrjisI. 1a. Cam. T'VT. zIV/cC3ILA TI X Editor and Propriotor. II ' 111; e' r l1 ýt It4( lIll T 'IO r... ,. I,\ , ,ltr" " r ..... .. .................. LP . r · · ."..J I ... :::r... ...... .... .. ..... ..: (Y till 15\ \ý 1: 1:\1'1 :x: ýýýý I 1 t. ," \ r": r. ..... . ..... . . . . . . ,00 fi lth-, . .. .. ,I PHYSICIANS. Dir. Ui. grothIel ..1.. ý. : Iý:- I.I !:t:1+i". !. 1144( 41.11.". 1.. "l. 11 4 1..t1-. ..!! , ..:. 1. "'.I. ·rl : .1'ý .I. . ici . i ( 1. ,) .':1 "1 .X1ý l.i . '1rtti"v t ;i 4 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ u 1Ygei~.iEASy I '~ :.ii ~ .f"" .i:l . li"" t 1. l~~~~~~~~~~17 1 ý. +.ý1ý.. ..":lili-i tV ilItt. DENTISTRY. - t 1. .?.? -N. 2. 1 ' AW. t.. NIt iI 1 & .II1 t f 1, ··11·\,I:11 1 1 "In 14.1-n I.1 jll rrt· rt-.(!ll(·I t. inl . .. ·i.t'". 1.., .. .In.". lll .". It h or in l.I alll, liii. ''in .. It. rnisI c:n t 1)1: N 'I MPS \N. 127 \'V,-l InazIi.N I i-ni,"t \,11 I t'NM\ ,i I;III1II; 7211MML 'lil'ch t \"1'I4I :'-II :I 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. — 27 May 1871

Ouachita 9dgpft ll.h MONROE, LA., MAY 27, 1$71. Q. w. IMe aNwIE, Ualer. A. C. Bll., Associate Saitor. WHAT ARE WE TO DOS The Democracy of Montgomery coun ty, Ohio, led by Mr. Vallandighanm, have enunciated a platform of prin ciples for the Democracy, which is just now receiving considerable attention. Our faith in Vallandighant is not of the strongest, hut his programme appears to be backed by the sanction of the peo ple of his county, and is therefore sig nificant as a popular Democratic view of the political situation, as it now pre sents itself to the Northern 1Democracy. Perhaps tihe safest pilatf1rm for the South is, to concede to the Northern Democracy the pirivilege to fight the coming battle upon such ternts and with such leaders as to them shall ap pear the most certain to secure aIt Radi cal defeat. The titlde of usurpation andt oppression mtust be turnel hack by the popular voice of the North, if we of the South are ever to regain the hlst heri tage of constitutional lilb...

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. — 27 May 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. — 27 May 1871

MONROE, LA.. MAY 27, 1871. des BETSY AND I ARE OUT. eI for A FARM BALLAD. Draw up the papeors, lawyer, and miake 'em good and stout, For things at home are cross-ways, and Betsey and I are out. th We who have worked together so long as t man and wife at Must pull in aingle harness the rest of oar of natural life. dE "What is the matter?" say yvon. I swan I it's P hard to tell. t Most of the years behind us we've passed by is very well, I haveono otherwoman,shehas no other man, te Only we've lived together as long as we St ever ean. So I've talked with eotasey, and Betsey hla 1l talked with toe: is So we've agreed together that we can't nev er agree. 1 Not that we've 'atehed each other in any tc terrible crime, We've been a gatherin' this for years, a lit tie at a timhe., l There was astock of temper we bothl had, fora start, Although we ne'er suspected 'twonIld take 8 its two apart. d I had my various failings, bred in the flesh e and bone, And Iletsey.like all good women had a temn...

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 June 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: At .14 itto i itriin. a :nud Proprietor. 33 . .,.3)33 1111, ;. ý . ',':; . . i-.. ........ 2,X)" 111.1 1..!." , ..,.. t·!r.... .. .. .. ... 2.01) 1111." .. ·i!l . ý '· ".. .II. .. .. . ..... ........2,1) 'i-; 116x-"iitu, luln'!~tit 111 0- tr Hinlr Mon I · *flhI 1-f 1. 1y III, ,,,, Ir wMo )IIn 1 T. It\ Nt'c"onu,' ,dd-taicl 1 ir. I. ( %lrntfmer ý1:""I·· ·r ; , :: \ ,;, .;t tl t" 1 w t;"I :ti s; t,. re i-F .. .. t I tj.) l~'C . A t ori, 4't til-t- asnud.% in ( ) ',I t , , i..tIcmard: 's Umaidning., l ý:"" ( . tr 1i~tt r a Is B)i "rI stutu tlae OCNT $TRY. iii,,,./,.. ' -'Z~j~'n i~n ~ i for I. . 51 Vic.1 \1: \ ' ::.t';I : I. tll ti"n 1 t.n N tn ' lrll nthun i J -W. )IiI.la:M A .1. II. A.hElt ',al%' it,. VLI _ '-7',, 1 4h*': I E P' I .- tt.t. l'li t N *, t~fl ) "I.. 11 :.; ,1 ,h. p, .t;: ',t t i , tl. itt al es Sit. - ,., 1. f 1i.e" 11 . ,' :.,.ll "it.ta To tii(tS r I ht:*, l is1,I : i.. 1.11" - r:," {1"1 .""t* ~t. zg tit, pant ' I Ir". I \ t ". 11 t,, ',L I\ u. t't 0 . ...

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 June 1871

MONROE, LA., JUNE 8, 1871. 0. W. Me@3A3NME, Iditer. A. O. U. L, Ameeiate Eltor. TIHE MISEIES OF FRANCE. s The Communists of Paris--the blls pheming vandals of that wicked city have been finally and shamefully de feated by the Versailles government, of which Thiers is President. The car nage in Paris, during the closing scenes 1 of the fratrieidal strife, is represented to have been sickening in the extreme, added to which the insurgent torch had lighted public and private buildings in various portions of the city, the insur gents being resolved, it seemed, to ren der their defeat a carnival ofdeath both by fire and sword. Still greater was their crime in executing the Archbishop of Parls,together with sixty priests and a number of innocent people held as hostages under the orders of the Coin *mune, almost in the very hour of the final and merited overthrow of the Commune. But retribution aplpears to have followed as swift as the wings of fate, for we have the intelligence that 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. — 3 June 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. — 3 June 1871

MONROE, LA., JUNE 8, 1871. PITY THE FARMER. Pity the Farmer, hear him complain. "Week ater week not a sprilnkle of rain, Yellow and crisp is the grass on the plain, 4 Parched and withered the garden and graim. What will o'ertake us-a famine is near- Whatisthe matter 'tis suchastrange year." Pity the Farmer, a twelve month recall, Tempest sand rain were the horrors of all. Mulin mid summer, mildew on the wall, Blight in the fruit-buds, rot in the stall. Pity the Farmer and give him thine ear "Wii we not suffer? 'tmn such a trange year" Pity the Farmer, harvest-time o'er, Rain after rain as it had been before, Store-houses filled, and he plans to build Murmurin always just as or yore. Pity the Farmer, ad hear him declare, Counting his grains, "'Tis such a strange year.," Pity the Farmer, Gnod pity him too, That in the sunshine is well as the dlew, That in the tempest and torrid heat, too, He cannot see a Jehovah smile through. Paul and Apollo may sow and give rain; Trust in the Infini...

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