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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 10 June 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday. At Monroe, Ouaehita Parish, La. 4 C. "T. w hteCI.B.lI,"u, Mditor and Proprietor. TERMS OF HUBSCRIPTION. Onle copy, on year............................. 4, 44lie copy, six oths ..........ol ................. 2,00 ADVANCE RATIO: 'imo copy. onlo year.................................3,00 ()1n copy, ix mlluo tth 2.. ...... ...................2, 00 PHYSICIANS. Dr. Wmi. Msdel 7T ENIJERS his servicos as Physician and SSurgeon, to the public. lle can be fornld upon his plantation, four miles below Mon roe. March 11, 1871. 25-ly Dr. T. P. Richardsou, P IYSICIAN, Surgeon and Obstetrician. Office at l)r. Calderwood's old stanld. Special attention given to Chronic Surgi cal Cases. e'n0:ly Dr. R C. Strother OFFEIRS his professional services to the citizens or lonroe and vicinity. Ol1ice over the store of Surghlnor & Mullin Gran.d Street. At Iimiht, can beI found at the resi dence of Mrs. Warleld. Feb. 5, 1870. n20) DRt. J. CALDERWOOD. DR. TIIOH. Y. 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. — 10 June 1871

MONROLA.., JUNE 10, 1871. W:a. E., Assae, Editor. L ' O. WA.L, Associate Editor. CONFIDENTLY PATIENT. Sometimes when seriously reflecting upon the situation of our native land it $IjaPfgTA]Sfd hce in ruin and decay, and finally to bankruptcy-under the rule of mercenary demagogues and the fa natical negro,we become impatient and restless. But when we turn and reflect that there is a God who holdeth the nations in the hollowof His hand; who -counteth the sparrows that flutter in the whirlwind; who numbers the very 1I of our head; one who careth for iu; ,we become perfectly confident that the time is not long when we shall emerge from the weight of oppression fnd wrong brought on by carpet-bag rlie,and in time see those wicked dem agogues crushed beneath the wheel of their own creation. It is natural for the proud Southern heiart to become impatient under the inid open and defiant frauds practiced upon them, but to conquer this noble impulse, we have only to reflect that it takes time...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 10 June 1871

MONIROIE, ,LA., JItUN 10, 1871. Ally person sendinlg  live ilew dsll sll s."rib"rls, at the stloe post otlilcli, will be eln titled to a coily of 'T'lHE T'I'EI.E:ILtH graltis, for one yeaor. Sibscription price ilvllri, bl6y in adv'ance. 'I'A RIFF OF AI)DYERTI'IiN( It l.\TIS. A.lv'ertisemenltls will ,e illnsOrted aIt o11te d1,lLr" anid ilfly cents per sqlualre (onle imlelI "f spa:1e or less), for the lilrdl, atd sewvIvty live cents ftr each subselqulellt illsertioll, , fir llln tile 1under one mollnth. For lloilg.er IpI'iods as follows: NI31111 sHQ'nE:s. I1 In. 2 111. :1 iu. l. In.1 12I0. , ............. ........... 7- : - 7 . , I , $'0:, Three.................. 7 0 17 15 22 : FolIr. ................. 1i5 (II 22 1i :1 ro1 Five ............... ............... . 1 O i 0 4I3 I ;o EIleven (0--col.)...34 (i 50 t ib 1 ) 4 N I1l tevent'n((-col.).. 5 ) 70 5 12 17 'T'w'ty-three (I c.) I(5 00 1)4 110 10o 22O Cards of a personal charctfer-when a11d mIissiblo-will be charged doublle our re...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 10 June 1871

MONROE, LA., JUNE 10, 1871. ir THE BALLAD OF LILLY PAY. She was fair, and sweet and kindly, Lily Fay In ler outh she loved him blindly- q weI-a-day ! But he stopped to linger only For an hour. As a breeze will kiss, then lonely Leave a flower. For heaaid, "I may not tarry - Though she's fair, It were sitost unwise to marry, And wed care. Love is sweet, but freedom's sweoter And I'm poor! It were best to fly, and meet her Never more " So he fled-without a pressage Arthur Bane ! Not one farewell word or messago Soothed her pain ! Pled I-and days and years went over Lilian wan Waiting, watching for her lover, Wondering on ! Till at length there came a letter Ah, the sting! He had loved, but thought better Of the thing. He was poor-less brave than others Would she not Forgive, forget, and share another's Happier lot? Back soon camno the answer chilling, (Oh, torn heart!) She was ready, hlappy, willing, Thius to part. So the years roll'd onward thronging; Till againl O'er that youthful d...

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. — 17 June 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday. Al Mlosnroe. Ouna.lita Parinsh. La. C(r. TNT. :]!htCO ELAL-lbTI E, Editor and Proprietor. Tl'1lt:l OF 0 UIL('5IP'TIt N. t I)n't- tc y, nlo y ....- ...,...... .. . ........ .... .I,00 me , ttI . y, six lonl ..th, ......... ... .. _,t10 ADVANCE 1L.rlQ: e tI, (,))y, , I I(tyear,................................. Silnt cCopy, six lltl l ....... ......... .... ........ ,tx PHYSICIANS. Dr. Iwalk. MuNid,4e1 T I:tI)ICN t I. his servit ·ueres 'l1i*ri'siatu 4l I Xar*.teo1, t., tie. jI'lh~h". II eo Isuth fools I lantil II, 1571r .l±Mll-V Dr. WI. V. Iticlnsardn onl, 1)1! YSIUI AN, SIrgooe~t *oeaI £ hslel ais.itu ( l1isee tIt 1)1. ( :ldealwo'. Is l':: el stali. t peeiul ££ttuotilI£ 5hllau tol (l11~iti Set4:1 's. e"1Y Dr. K. l4. Mtrotha4W I"1'J':1t5 his jtprodl.usi,,Ill selrvice toI th o·ver the store Ill Surgha lel a Mullill, ( r:toj, 1151111 of Mrs. Warulieldl. Felb. 5i, 15i74.11. _ 01:t. J. eA.DRIIN()Ol. "it. ""llo . Yv. AnlY. DEW. t'aiherwootI &...

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 June 1871

MONROE, LA., JUNE 17, 1871. a. W. McORAtNI, ditoer. A. 0. Il., Associate Editor. WHUAT S THE E\iD Since the last election in our quiet little city we have reflected much upon the action of the people, and now think it not amiss to say a few words. This is a contest between the two races-a contest much to he regretted by all lovers of peace and good govern ment. This contest has been forced upon us by the colored race who say they have a majority and must rule. We say, in a fair election, they have not the majority, and cannot, therefore, control our city. Tiie blacks defeated the whites by votes outside the city limits. We have taken it to the courts, where we hope justice will be given. While the legal contest is going on We would inquire of the white Radicals of Monroe, What is the final end of this contest? Who shall rule in this sunny land of fruits and flowers ? You have led the colored man along, step by step, for ~our own hellish purposes, and not for his good, until you hav...

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 June 1871

rýoNROi, LA ..I'UN 17. 1871. Any ]Jersonx set) lixig ns (ive new Wiasiulil seribrts, at the saute pos()t office·(, will Ire (1u1 litleil tTiLr l ini'l' il 'i'ii xt.\1).v gr:atis, lirr oxi vear. StI Ixeripti ixl o rice iixxiroxx bt in iaeiiiii. 'IARIFFP1 OF Ai)VICAtII' INxl IIA'1ES. Adve·~rtisements wx ~ill bec inserted at one~ll~ .11 ie.e oir less), folr the nirt, andii sivinI t" Iive. cens foi xr eacii Hilixiletjilet nxsertion,11r anly tillme inder onle ixxii i. 1.11x 11x " periioids itsx bollowix: NI.iillihiC HQ(·Ics'iillH. !1Lh L i t IlI 1 ( )n" 3.................... $37,i 7 < $ 1:1 24) Two .................... . 7 1i0 1.3 15 22 :;o ''c. ................. 11 (i 17 2 . ................... 15 ) 22 1 511 Fuive............ ........ 111I 211 ::4i : 1 1 E~leven ()-ol.)... :14 0) 50 xi Six I ieventl'xi(lx ol. ).. 511 11) 71) S5 I'll 1711 'I't'ty-tliree (1c.) 6i5 l 1N11 li 11 2201 (lards~ of it ,oensrrnl rh Lhacac·,- r-wlI·In :11 xtiiuxible-wv 1,1eill b hrgedi 111111lei mr ri;g ixlar ...

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 June 1871

iuw REkita JEa7ph. MONROE, LA., JUNE 17, 1871. THE FAIRY ISLE. Painted with a strange precision, Rainbow-hued upon tlhe visioln, Gleams a fair Isle Elysian Up the winding stream of life. Gleams among the dimpling shallows, Girt with lillies and with mallows, Where the blue birds and the swallows Troop thro' gardens, odor-rife. Never there is found deceiving, The' the golden bees are thieving, And the nimble squirrel cleaving Thro' the farlmer's ripened ctrn. There, beneath the jassoanitle bowers, Children chase the hoop-like lours, Barefoot, through the slniling slho\lwer Of the Jewel-laden morn. There are buds and ilowers, by mlillions. There are Queen-of-Mlay pavillions, There are rounds of light cotillioalls In that fairy-haunted Isle. And among the fancy dances, As the blushing morn advances, Mingle melting tones and glances, And the love-illumined smile. Oft at twilight's glorious fadigi, Through catalpa blossonms, sladingaa, Stole the sound of serenading From some tender-toned...

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 June 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Pa b~ied every sateaay. At oearee, O sebidta Pariah, La. .. WR . 3%QZOCO WEAL2% Uditer ad Prepri ter. TERMS OF SLrBSCRIPTION. (no copy, one year,............................ $,00 ine copy, six Inonths,......................... 2,00 ADVANCE IATWES: ,ne copy, one year............................3,00 4 )ne copy, six montki,......... ...........2.. ,00 PHYSICIANS. Dr. Wins. amdel IT ENDERS his services as Physician and . Surgeon, to the public. Hecan be found upon his plantation, four miles below Mon roe. bMarch 11, 1871. 25-ly Dr. T. P. Ilekdarmom, P IYSICIAN, Surgeon and Obstetrician. O)tllfe at Dr. Caldberwood'a old stand. Special attention given to Chronic 8urgi cat e-. n20Iy Dr. IV. (. Ntrother r'l'S his professional services to the citizens of Mlonroe and vicinity. Otffice over the store lof Slrghnor & tMulllin, Grand Street. At ilighI, c.an Ie ltound at the resi uleniee of mrs. N'artield. F"eb. 5, 1870. n20¶ IUlt. .. (At.DERWVOOD. Dn. Trios. Y. AuY. Dur. ('ai...

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 June 1871

MONROE, LA., JUNE 24, 1871. 0. W. @GUAIRm, a41tr. A. C. ="!X., Amcat. Uiter. AUI&ANCE WITH RADICALS IM POSSIBLE. The New Orleons Patriot publishes our recent article relative to an at tempted alliance between \armoth and the Democratic members of the legislature, and editorially dissipates whatever doubts may have existed as to Warmoth's actual attendance upon a Democratic caucus. That paper says: The statement of the Patriot is be fore the country and has never been de nied, for the best of reasons, it is sub stantfally correct. Governor Warmoth and Gen. J_.t. West, as his umpire, did attend a cau eus of the Democratic members of the House last session; in the St. Charles Hotel and did propose a cOALSIrroN with the Democrats. A formal treaty offensive and defen sive, between the Governor and the Democrats there present weas agreed upon, and written out by General West, acting for the Governor, and Gabriel ieliueriet acting for the Democrats. The next day the Democrats did re d...

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 June 1871

ahAirta &altgraph. M ONtOE, LA., .I NI 24, 1871. Anly person sending uis i\ eVw.cas'i sub seribers, at the samne post t will be en titled to It copy of T'll s: '4l I'CAPIu gratis, for one year. SIIubIcripltion price icntfriatbly in advance. 'I.\ IltF'F OF ADI)I'ERTISINU HRATE. A.\dertisements will be inserted at one dollar andt litty cents per square (one inch ti space or less), for the first, and seventy ivte cenl(t. for each sItlubseptent insertion, o)r any tini untlder one monthtl. For lotinger periods :as follows: N'PMIi,:I sq'tPs. IIn. in. :1 Illn. | 11.1121.i. ( 'l ..................... 758 7 $ 1 I$ 13 Three .................. ( 17 20 40 I,,ur .................... 1, (N) 22 24; ] S fJll 'ive. ....................l'i (NI 2 : t1 4:3 no IEleven (. -col. )..l14 ( ) 4k)0 [8 110 I-evenlt'ni (--eol.).. l (t)1 7i0 10 126 1701 'w'ty-three (1 e.) tik01 Oi ) 11i 0 O110 10 2204 Cardsi of a per.sonal character-wholI ad mlissible-will be charged double our rIPg itlar advertising r...

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. — 24 June 1871

*nacihta tI;t:IqIe h. I MONROE, LA., JUNE 24, 1871. THE BEGOAR BABY. Pale and weary, strangely old, Wan with hunger, parched with cold, Clothed in rags around it rolled, Was this poor beggar baby. Careless travelers going by Walked around, lest, coming nigh, They might hear the hungry cry Of this poor beggar baby. Rich men passed and thought within, " 'Twere well that life had never been," As though misfortune were a sin For a poor beggar baby. Only the panper mother smiled, Only the mother blessed the child, And murmured love in accents mild To that poor beggar baby. But by and by that baby died, And they buried it (on the pauper's side Of the yard)-only the mother cried For that poor beggar baby, Who used to cling to her lonely breast, And kiss her cheek e'er it sunk to rest, Like a little bird in a happy nest Poor little beggar baby ! But lo beyond the pauper tomb, A wondrous light stole thro' the gloom, And voices sang, "In heaven there's room For that poor beggar baby." And the...

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. — 1 July 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday. at Monroe, Osiachita Parsl.h, Lia. Gr. T. 2dMoC:]Lg N]NE, E ditor and Proprietor. 'I RIS OIF SI.'" lSt' Hl'lIrl )N. , &no copy, one year,........................... .. 4,00 ()OnI e opy, six mnO ltls.. . ...... ........ 2,0 ADVANCE' IRATES: Juo e copy, one ye- ar........................... ... :1,0 One copy, six mnonths .......................2...2,00 PHYSICIANS. Dr. Win. Sandel VIM END1.RS Isij serviesM sLo 1l'i'.tiauicun 'ulrgeon, to the poblic. lie itt. found uponl his plantation, four miles. bel'w 7tlan rue. March II, 1571. _)-1} Dr. T. P. Richardnolt. )IIY SiIAN, SureOn and (ittetriciti. L Olliee at IDr. Caulderwvood'a old sandtu Sipecial atiteiltion giveut tut 'i n~tuit surgi t.a ('aces. ult: iv Dr. R. C. Strother ()" glE Wit hit profiu'ticiOl saceric.s ttt the uitiztlen of 1louuot and viiilit\. tju lliuj utvetu the store ot S rgIiuo ur& Mulljo. It rnd street . A~tnight, caulth Pt Itutud at ti.. vt-i tictict,' ui Slit. Warli...

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 July 1871

MONROE, LA., JULY 1, 1871. G. W. I.CRAWII , aitor. A. O. ,LL., Associate Bditor. ROW TO WIN IN 1872. It is sometime yet to the election, and when we suggest an idea looking to the contest of 1872, many cry, "time enough .yet," but we say the time is short and we have much to do. A wise general in preparing for bat tie, numbers his men and places them in position according to their strength, spirit and valor. In the tight he rests his hopes of success upon those he knows to be true. If he has doubtful -ý ones, he wvill not trust them at strong points, but takes care to so arrange them that they may not aid the enemy. We may learn a good lesson from this in our preparations for the political fight of 1872. It will be well for us to number our host. It will be wise, too, to examine our camp, to see if all is well within. There may be enemies in the very front ranks; oven some of the captains may be plotting against our cause; some of our trusted heroes may be introducing intruders and ...

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 July 1871

5MOrNROE, LA., JULY 1, 1871. Anlly person sending us tive ash sub acribers, at the salme post otlfee, will be en titled to a copy of t 'l 'rEIaTttn tt: gratis, for one year. Subscription price inriqeb/bl in advance. 'I'.TARIFF OF ADVER'I'IISN; I''IATES. Advertisemnents will be innerted at one dollar and lifty cents per s~quare tone inch of space or loss), for the tirst, and seventy five cents for each subsequent iansertion, for any tilme under one molnthl. IFor longer peIiods as follows: al vBERl HQ'REs. I In. 2 In. 3 in. i in. 12nm. Olne .....................6'3 75I 7 J 98 13 $ 20 r ................7 50 12 15 22 .o Three .............. i 00 17 20 30 40 Iour.................. . 15 00 22 26 :8 50 l,'ive.................. 1 8 00 26 I t 43 , 0 Eleven (-eol.)... 34 001 50 60 1 80 i 110 Hevent'n( -col.)..50 00; 70 85 1201 170 'w'ty-three (I e.) 65I 001 0 i 110 160 ( 220 (alrds of a 7a per,)monl h]rftarter-when :ad zaissible-will be charged dnotlle onr reg alar advertising rates. OU...

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 July 1871

MONROE, LA., JULY i, 1871. THE SABBATH. Fresh glides the brook, and bllows tllhe ale, But yonder halts the quiet mill! The whirling wheel, the rushing sail, Iow motionless and still. Six days of toil, poor child of Cain, Thy strength the slave of want many le : The seventh thy limbs escape the clatin A God hath made thee frlec. Ah, tender was the law that gave This holy respite to t he breast, To breathe the gale, to watch the 1n·o:e. And know the wheel may rest. But where tite waves the gentlest glide, What image charms to light thine eyes? The spire reflected on the tide. Invites thee to the skies. To teach the soul its noble worth, The rest from mortal toil to gain; Go snatch thebrief reprieve fronl earth i. And pass-a guest to hea:ve,,. They tell thee in thy dre:uiin sellool Of power froml old do0minion hurlled. When rich or poor, withjuster rule, Shall share tile altered worldl. Alas! since tilme itselfi began, The fable hathl but fooled thie hour: Each age that ripens power i...

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 July 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday. . &t losaroc, Ouachalta IIearlil. .Ln. (.. TN" . 1IWMCS ELAsTE"'-, Editor and Proprietor. "I'I:. OF sI NL HIi'I I ' NI . |t e 'tl ,', o. l yei." ......................... ........ . H' L n4 ,i"~ ,,v . xis l | .......................... . 4 iE 01"Mi)l'oMth', I · 111 ý" py, , ý" s x i.1 l ik ith' ...... ............._.N PHYS2CIANS. M·ra~il~~&4Ii tLo llo tht~ l ~Jt114~~(. II loan I tsRr·( j\Lhiilltli or4, l)Ia- iii ltll5 ISPSS Ma1 l'i I lia I.4 lue~,sI'u cUIn I DENTISTRY. &l·)I AI.I· AW. a~ll l 1;) Ie lie i li'i d iii iIbi 5. lii!iii I,,ii at\~ ~lluu ullwe at till 1(1 lii e I. S l; I ll 7.l VliK811lt .' Ž1188 ATTORNEYS ArT LAW. ~EorritioL A I;nrtll(. tititnt!it te t'tt' SZlatea('ntrl xx ll(L ti-a a)lttitt tialt ~il, ,., I)·'11 I t~· -tt~i ·l itl tt~xL A'r~l~-a iih tie Itn ~CIII(IIL('LIII II1 'lr·I'i'~tt; llN (I: Y.S, xi'l~ iLA IV, (. Mntr e. f i.,.. lI·~1 ii· i l t,1 'iii- ii :·II· Il .:I~.I'tIIIIITt·tt J. A~ S. El. Ulclleuuery 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. — 8 July 1871

OaaEkita Idtagaph. * MONROE, LA., JULY 8, 1871. Q. W. I@eUAWIU, a dt1. A. 0., am., A.m.date anitor. A PLEA FOR lARUONY. Every one will admit the importance of harmony in the Democratic ranks. But it it is true that we are not often in harmony of sentiment nor action. There is a cause for this, and it is found in the tenacity with which all men stick to Individual opinions. It is our nature to have an opinion, and, as we always think, based on solid reasoning; but we- should notebecome so wedded to that opinion, that we An not at the p~oper time yield to the majority. In viewing our prospects for the con test of '72 we see signs of discord that will, if not checked in time, lead to our defeat. The "advance movement" inaugu rated by Vallandigham, is advocated  y some, and opposed 'by others. Prominent journals are educating their readers to the belief that nothing else will do at all. Others, equally influ ential, teach that it is a fire-brand. These writers are teaching in opposite...

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 July 1871

MONROE, LA., JULY 8, 1871. Anly peor.",i sending us five ne ash sub ,eribers, at the slame post onflee, be en titled to :t copy o1F 'Ll' 1T't.EI.Ion.AI' gratis, for one yeat. Slbscripttoll price initrit'ib/y in advance. TARIF" OF I) 1 ' .lI'I'fI\N(: IIA'FES. Advertisenllelts will )be inserted at one lollar and filly 0cents per square (one inch ,f space or less), libr the lirst, and seventy live ents lfor each sulb sequtent insertion, for nov tinme finder olue monlt. For lolInger periods as follows: NE 5nili 5q'K1144. I i t.. 2 i: 1 .:. I ll ill an1 t. , ..................... 7 75$ 7 '1 I 1 1 $ 21 T'wo.. ............ . 7 ,: ., 34 .12 eThree .............. II . s, l I M:I O 1,tr .......... . ! 13. (Hf1 "444" 22 2 58 : 1i ive .......... .. ..... I, 04 ' t ::a 1 4. 4i 0 lElevenl (. -e<ol. ).. .1:14 (l. 3A .4a M) 110 .event'n( -reol.)..i13 t(4N, 7 i. 120I 170 Iw'ty-three (1 c.) Jti (4l + , ) l90 11.0 1 0 0 (.. 's of0: 1 ,Ir,0sIol (ht'raccle('-w-when ad tttisatble-will be charged doub...

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 July 1871

MONROE LA ., JULY 8. 1871. Ic ittlte aolls. Red Hair---A Story for Red Haired = Little Girls. When I was about eight years oil, nlmy inother calledl ine to her one afternoon, to see if I was hemming nicely a handkerchief . she had turnele do wsn rlt nte. Aftet' shoiwing ina just how to put in 1ny needle, and ex actly honw the stitchi's must look to be right, she took mly hands tin her= anIl said: "What a big.hand you have!" No m, nmy laother,s hand wei. l-a extremeIIly smnall, and al ways look,-l whitle ali deli Cate, no nlie tLer lioty nlbnh Ii -i \whai work she did; and I ,couldnl't hIl., feeling that somehowv I ,ias to bl llame th it- Il ii. :vllh.'I a big hand. 'I'hen my feet wi.r,: i:ur, tIoo,and I wore out l :,hoe's dreadfully. T ,'ever ,.,u id walk, but I wantad to jtnllp anl, i ill, and d hop on first one foot and then the oithe; But what was worse thila either big handI or big feet, T had red hair and :la ifrekled face. Iow should I over get lthrt Ih the world with red ...

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