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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 22 July 1871

-THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday. i I oaopo. Omackla Parlas. N.a. ca. 3Wtqo Odro.A.M%7X3Sl Udit~r sad Preptrietr. TERMS ºF 'It" B80 c'cRip'rlr, .. 1.,01 .opY, one y ear l . ............ ...... ",00 one ropy, ,, x uIloloath% ....·..................... .04 ADVaN(Vr: BAT1?: ills copy. on1e year ..................... :,00 One copy. Mix int. ...................'W,00 PHYSICIANS. Dr. Wsa. andelI P iENDEIhsa hi services as Physician and S rgeon., to the public. He can be found upon his plantation, four miles below Mhon roe. March 11, 1871. 25-3y Dr. T. I. RIchardson, I)HYICIAN, Surgeoln and Obstetriclan. Oftlce at Dr. Calderwood's old stand. Special attention given to (:Cronic Snur i cat Cases. :ly Dr. R. l. Itrother " FIEIlS his profe.ssional services to thei' Scitizens of Monroe ald vicinity. Ollic, dver tile store of Surghnor & Mtullin, Grand, -treet. At night, call be found at the rosi. I dence of Mrs. Warlield. I'eb. 5, 1870. ,20!: i DRi. .1. CALDERiWOOD. DII. T'ruO. Y. AIn...

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 July 1871

ý NCOýTE, LA., JULY 22, 1871. 0. W. W. sOlUN, ateIr. *. o. nMLL, Asolatoe Moter. ~BTACT OF BUPWIEE COURT DE* CIMIONS. JULY TERM, 1871. Ar. Miltenberger vs. J. H. Callaway. -Where a note was given for a debt already prescribled, upon certain con ditions to be complied with by plaintiff atterwards in the way of advances, which plaintiff did not comply with; held, that the note was goodl, and judg ment aMrmed.-Taliaferro. # Wansly vs.Willis.--Where defenldant acknowelged a debt antd offered to pay in Confederate money; held, that pre acription was interrupted. Judgment afirmed.-Taliaferro. Kilbourne vs. Pennehaker, Ex'r. Judgment reversed; will of Kilbourne held valid.-Taliafehrro. Nugent vs.- Randolph, Tutor.--Re manded,at defendant'sco9t.-Taiiaferro. Hughes, admr', vs. Pttterson et al. Judgnient affirmed, except as to order for sale of Patterson's share in proper ty. Case remanded,.t defendants' cost. -Taliaferro. Ruth Rains vs. J. Chaffe & Bro et ai.-Held,that a third person cla...

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 July 1871

Aduarbitu Seleraphi. M.IONRIOE, LA., J iLY 22, 1871. Anly ltrn .eudi.ug us tive iew ,aslh sub erilers, at the Jamie post otice, will Le eu titled to l e.v.y ..I' 'lIt. ''iJFKAArc'nL gratis, for one year. "-;uht ."riI$Iiptl u ,) ri.rh'e , I iul :|dvan ,e. "ARI I" .F A I)\'I TI'IISINt I ATElS. Adverttieimeallts willt Ibe inlserted at one .,lulluar aitd lilty h1etls per .tilsquarel (one intIi t" spa1' or les), t r thie first, and sevently tIte s eitls ltr e.tli *e.libse,|uent ilmsertioln, for anyV time u indt"r ie uslntit. .Fr longer sI tint~t sQ'iEt s i. n 2 'us. 3 li.: ti lu. 125th. (Ille ....... ...... : 7 $ 7 9 8 13 20 w ................... 7 50 12 15 3 lThre ............ t 00 17 0 30 490 ,oissible-wilI be charged double our reg ular advertielnac rates. Obttttary and Marriage notices will he .|arged as advertisemaenmts. 'Vlardrew ........ New ork. rak ..........iha................New Orean. Jan. (c. Drew, and Iehen Brothers, uTraveting Agents. All otlaer agencie are hereby revoke...

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 July 1871

~-~fLtfQBE LrA,, a d.LY rr2, 1871. .. .... ... . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .A Chinese 'ineiral ii MoIntaltl. I"rom1 tein' Virgnll Cit l]tnontantlltinu .Jllne i 29th.l -Many ofPour, cititenS on last Friday availeSt themusel, v~ of the opportunity aflot if.o;iiteatipg tile strange and peculiar- eiaetmstanees attending a Celestial funeral. The cause of the fu neral was a China woman, who died the: evening previous, after a lingering illness.. She gave birth to a child sev eral monthi sinIe, and has not been well from the event till the day of herI death. The twelve days preceding hier death she laid in a trance, her friends not knowing at times whether she rwas dead or lnot, and at the beginning of whicp) shp was prepared for sepulchre, and' entin'ueil in that state until she did die. The, first proceeding after death was to inbomipass her in a tin box, in which wasal.lsput some extra ar ticles of clothing for a contingency. Before leaving the house for burial, all of the clothing...

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 July 1871

THE TEJLEGRAPH: Published every Saturday. At Monroe. Onnschita Prarislu, Ina. cam. "Wr. MoýL(73,. Editor and Proprietor. T',ERMN OP' S>L iSCRIPT1O1(N. v).o Aly , o1 no ye , ..................... ......... ................I,..... . .. . . . ..... ....· )( . 11AT7 ...4 :. O !glue c |py, olne year ............................. o (Ut|e CO| , :ix- I ltaun t t`ý....""" ... ...............:..1 PHYSICIANS. Dr. WI". Maulslel PI/NIIN)ERS his sorviee,`4 as PIiS'L'iiu" alld 1 I~t!OUtrbuutolle pialli.. lie (81 heIot )I Yoll his , su'a0"' ande bet'liolll UY"i leiHll lttllltli~lll 1n~lt 'iolCSrl roc. (ja es uiO: Dr. T. C'. KiettxrdxotI )IIYVSlCUl AN Surel n bsercU Dr. KC. C" Srotiler (ý1 l7";1*) his iw r'"IsuHlio lle errices to 'lie ll citizeuyo f Moabooli(1 ieiI1 .C1rVud lll ovr th stoe ofSu' deucoet'rs.e of r. vrIiell. Fi. 5, 1570. tI20¶! In)n. J. l!A1.1)lWl5OO jlt(. 'IlOSL. Y. AllY. Drm. (aiUderwood & Aby. S neaf Iternii odt's OSHecot ul street, heta~ce1Sia'lrlLd oal thle ttaod. .al, 1....

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 July 1871

E~t Bxafrg.l~ ~C·E9WRoELA,1JULY 29, 1S-1 A. 0 IL z, Associate Editor. . THE REAl LNUUE. The St. Louis Times states thi iissue between the Democrats and the Itadi cale to be as follows: This, then, is the issue: Shall we have a centralized or a local systenI of government? Are the States to, gov\eri themselves, or are they to be governed by a strong central government, with out consideration of local interests of her -than those-lmnnediately nearest the cap ital? All other questions, however ini portant in themsdlves, are relatively side issues, to be decidedt on their own merits, and according to tlhe principles embodied in the above issues, as t ihe one or other party shall be successful Ili the approaching campaign. WVe think this has Iaeen the issue for many years. In fact, it has been the grand fight from the formation of the 'Constitution-all other questions bei ung side Issues. A centralized natiolnal power has been the leading idea of that cla:iss of statesmen who now i.onlro...

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 July 1871

M0N144IE. l.A\.. lUL.Y 29, 1871l. A NttV I21ersoza ,aentinag t live ItOw " cash stub tcibers, af Ia tt. qttuae lt,. tt lflt'4, will bo e'n tit led to a tst.1,vtf"'l'as : l'1t:.ivloars~ uttst% .or otne year. . l velt iaeutl'mteit will he itoatrI et at ontet I.1l.tr aid liltv 'entst per square (011 t~titttp ~i` apne or lea-.) lor the irst. antd Mpventy tie .Petnis for I it h -otbaequint inqert inn, litr rnlv time Iulltlr nn- n rontll. For~I longel· 4c~..tttIds as, follow,. 1,n: ....................ýil 75 $ 7 0 i 19 11 20 I'w o.... .. 7:)12 15 22 :1) 1Ine. II e.. I. 2.. II) 144 'ive............. 18 00 24; ::0 43 440 ElePvet (!ctt 01.).:4 00 .) 604 8 11l0 ':event's(.(t .01.).o: 001 70 5 120 170 t"vt'ty.threI' (t t.p) t, 00i i0 ; 114 10 1220 Ca.ttds otf tI 4t p itfol ethrut.ac,,tC4--whenti ad. nalaqible-Will Ibe t~ltat-gel titattiit ont rt-g tltr advertiinag rates. 4 )ldtntrv ry and Marrittge notit'e. w'ill Itu --btrged to aclvertistetfts. ACi 1'NTS: "I'tt-drew . Co .. ....'.' York. Melt...

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 July 1871

: I0 NROE,-LA., JULY 29, 1871. - lThe Great Raee at Baratoga. i Saratoga, (July 14) Correspolnloulce Now f Old Joselph Harper's chest.nut-faced dark brought the masterpiece of ho rse flesh, Longfellow, out of his stable, and Witlk tllllur-rrolnht in front of the I grand stand, and in a moment was sur rounded by scores, who praised and cheered his mlagnificent aappearance. Then followel Behlnont's Kingtisher, with an ace of spades Ethioplian ol his back, and the rivals were together for an instant. Now there caune a lull in the babbling half of the imm ense crowd and the faint murmur of many voices died away over the fielils in a whisper, which struck the opposite buildings, and rippJed the foliage like an April gush of wind. There was a short quiet, however, 'while many a Longfellow man's heartflutterle in his bosomn, and every Longfellow girl blushed to the temples. The white and red flags of the inner field waved softly-in the .south breeze wafting across it. I lush ! .The bugle c...

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. — 5 August 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: rabtrInshd every S.iturda.y. 44 ifoaaroe. Iaae(hitla 1P1Q £%3e I S f- .iA. McV~cC1XU. N I EU Editor and Proprieto.r. 1'l:1:\Iý lii ti Sl')*:l'I:I P1''le ,\, 4111e .v :.ie 11..........., 1.... ...... :. . . ()I( '~l). :i~ Illltl I ,..... . .· · a·: ,,, PHYSICIANS. I 34 1N \Li)?t Iii".. "r i."ý .' a>; 1'f.4% i a.i:u mdau1l 4 fittrr".' tar.. . t I 1 1.,Il.t:l d . l u 44.a.e. a aai, *.I taai.alag 11.a le, I ..1"1 alaal Ili. al. aa. \1:0.:11 11, 171 - 1 y I '1'. 1' 4. t[i vot/ar4ft' 1 1 l) 1 11 ' : .N aig :t 11111 mid IaaI1 i. "Ii titaid 1111."",at u.1 al lt ·\1".". I' .td,-taunt .a t.ttw. 11,20:1Yl r·nlS' Stret l, eih ,1 east ' I..: Mi.ll,4 lit la I lear ttu ilutatI. .1:01 , 11(1rl~~: 11 ;7- 1 a.\11jl~L' DENTISTRY. I, I.rN 'I I I' N. 1 TI'ENT ISI VIII).Ill· SI HI. . M~IlsS. 2, 1N711. .l-II JlliV "t n111( have 1111 itlll l it( r i .C(( (·le:11It. ill t hr Ilr,l i"-ý-ril tr.~ Iltlrli rr t l e" ~t lie;ll t., sirli~tttt :U II~" lltlie"e tl u I:ctlrll ~14 ",, ·l~? l", L,7:....

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. — 5 August 1871

SONRONELA., AUGUST 5, 1S71. A. 0. MILL, Asu SUlbe.. Sapreme Court Deislens. The following decisions were read on the 28th of .July, 1871: R. W. Smith vs. E. L. Hender son and Sheriff. Judgment was rendered against defendant on slave consideration. Court ruled that even when defendant set up no defense, a third party may set up the illegality of consideration, and annul the judgment. Judg ment of lower Coutrt reversed, and judgment in favor of plain tiff perpetuating injunction. Jus tices Wyly and Howe dissenting said, "when the defendant him self set up no defense to the judg ment, we cannot agree that a third party can do for him what he refuses to do for himself." Justice Ludeling. State of Louisiana ex rel., New Orleans, Mobile & Texas Rail road Co. vs. JTames Graham, And itor, ex rel. The judgment of the lower Court affirmed; that is, Auditor Graham is ordered to register the warrants in favor of the Railroad Company for $750, 000 on completion of the road ac cordilingto co...

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. — 5 August 1871

MONROE, LA., AUG['C1ST 5, 1871. Aul)' Itersonl sending . ts lo IIvonw (ash sub setribetrs, :tt thl ,sall(e los.t olliee, will Il en titled to n ,1,py ut' ''In l": 'l': U. A'lr gratis, for OHPe year. Nbb1 ipt innt- p ioe iit,, li. lb 1 :u1 a|:tllcP. TARI'.\IFFI' 01' \ADVERTIIN(i H.ATIE. Adveortisellentst will he insertdl at one dollar and ltity cents per square (olne illnch of space or levs), for the tirst, anld seventy ti1·e cents for onellh -l|bsequntt inlolrtillon, fr alny timle lunder one molth. IFor longer1 pelriod.Y aSI fillows: nU1rBE1R sq'IEti. I in. 2 us. 3 nl. fi us. 12m1. Otne..................... $3 7. 7 0 9 $ 1:3 211 'Two .................... 7 50 12 15 22 3l1 Three .................11 00 17 20 30 40 F-our .................... 15 00 2 211 S ,50 Five ................... 18 00 2t;I 30 43 tio0 Eleven (%-col.)...:14 (K) o0 0 N ,0 110 Seveut'ln(%-col.),0 500 70 , 120 170 Tw'ty-three (l e.) il 0 t_ I1 I I)) 1 220 Cards of a pI"sonla chrtusteor-wheln ad aiasihbl-w-ill...

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. — 5 August 1871

.MOWROE, LA., AUGUST 5, 1871. ". STRAW I13D." 6ow the Oeatracts fto QervJiag the jasl. ret. Let. ,Fromln the Wsahiugton Patriot, lSth.j One of the most audacious, extensive, and glaring sources of corruption, through which the country is plun dered annually, for the benefit of a ring of venal officials and favored contrac tors, now exists in the postofilce de partment, and, like other abuses of the same sort, has grown into immense proportions, under the fostering care of Mr. Creswell. We refer to the system of straw bids for contracts, which may be deseribed as an invention ofthe pres ent administration, to promote collu sion on a vast scale, and to plunder the treasury under the forms of law. , This subject is now brought to notle by a decision, in regard to the inUllettings, other than railroad, for Texas, Arkan sas, Louisiana, Alahamni, Tennessee, etc. Proposals were invited, deveral months ago.for service in this division, to commence on the first of July. Un der the law, anybo...

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. — 12 August 1871

THE TELEGRAPH PubliUhed every Saturday:. e *lloroe. Ouachita Para&h'· =.a> CA-. WV. MoC A' 7C~l1 Itditor afd Proprietor. ,rufols 40 1., St 1.' "" *t4iL ropy, one Yea ",.... ..... ,0 A DVA N4I :HAT]";: .. . .... ...... on~e Copt', 'J" " \~nlll4""""""""" " PHYSICIANS. lir. wruu. %an4Iri rue. - :LLLOII1, lM 1. irdiVDRC IiI,]M Ur. r. r. 1i4I("Inr4I %"" lýIIYýCf'I:1\' Sttr*.'rL st Mid (ýIlr·II~icii+sll Ur. K. ·. .%troietk 0citi ztelos of Muohor an Mi l ,Itl .t 1 arr1ee. At nightt, call hle f,,tlrl\: t tL+" i1"11 +lrnee of Mfrs. \:I:fleh,. 1.h. .. I~t. .. t.itAI~t~r t~p It. *l'O..'. . .t' *)rW. ('01414 i'4'4hE1 & " l 1' Il('1:. in tein' of j Ioi. It%.s I:ttilItn :. DENTISTRY. Hi. G · III AF'TS : '.t't': B HAEY & .'(It vYi 4/titr c."ý. - t t tfi r u ri :4 tt i i I' tO We have all t , uiilcdiiit irni ovemfl4utt ii: Lhe profession. ne t- otre I I her to he 1Io in:: at the office at :tll litne-' 'f.*I,11.'71. Iv" - 1 ý'IýSf'. hais rc t:::tr't I i N .t t ''r:I L and may b~e roun...

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. — 12 August 1871

SLSQqOE. LA., AUGUST 12, 1"71. Wa. W ' UOUApIEl, naiter. A: C. y, LA wcate Editor. - Ue iadut all Key-Note for S~7. I With the view of imparting in struction derived from the enemy, 'e insert, heading, catch-lines and alkas it appears in a Radical ex change, the authorized abstract of "'t'acts" made up from the tes timony taken by the Congres sional Outrage Committee, by the Executive Radical Committee res ident at. the city of Washington. This i' a document deserving the attention and study of- each and every one of our Democratic readers. It emanates from the very highest Radical authority in theUnion,and inust be, of course, the acknowledged, exposition of the plans, motives and even se cret movements of our enemies, in-all of which are actively patic ipating,with earnestnes as, zeal, some'of the individuals who'am we are accustomed to meet every day, and whose political move ments it is our duty to investigate and remember. This document becomes, therefore, a paper of great publ...

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. — 12 August 1871

.SIfl ROE. T.A., Ai 'C;rST 12, 1871. Aiy p .r'.oo1 sending u. ilive n.w ea.=h suL *."ribe', :ut rlr h.:. st ps tI tlieP, will 1s ell iital II ft r'tpy *,'i'ui: t r i.L.t grais :: it one ear. a tr-c.tipi i~ul priee iarr·,itib, t i1 -Wlvaite . 'txI'a1'tI Ol ADVERTISING 1I.\T1'M. Aý4lrvj;0ftII1tno will he inserted at one ".ti 11.r and fifty cents per squawr (foe inch pi Nace or less), for the Brat, and aeventy si:'a cents for enach snbiequent inlaert ion, tier any t hn$ tinder ona moat it. For longer periods ns follows: ,IMBEU SiQ'14ft.. t 4I.''L in. .: i.. ii m.11'Vm. s tno ..................... ttL 7---s B t) A v, is :'0 'I %vo........ ... ..... 7i :,0 12' 1a 22 TLhree ..................Il100 1 T "01 30 40 1' t l 3 ..................... 11,-1 02°d 8 :0 t Five ................ 1800 2d ;a) 4? 60 1'Ieven (.3 .eo.) 1":4 (tO: &0 . 1t) 8 l 110 :evestt'n(y--col.?4I3 00 70 120 170 'La three (lce.) 14i 00 ; 90 110 1t 10 220 yard' of t peronalt cd fz ,ab-r-when ad. IlliYaibl&-ws~ti Le ...

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. — 12 August 1871

uarchita 4tpavlear . It - MONROE, LA., AUGUST 12, 1871. C The Looseness of Louislana. ine ed We are not surprised to learn that for the Republicans of Louisiana are badly disaffected. In fact it is no particular news to anybody that they have, for some considerable time past, been a very unhappy family. The stakes are large,the players hold and experienced. It is a game, virtually between the 8 Federal and the State administrations, in which each side continues to exhibit a fair degree of shrewdness and any amount ot audacity; but in which it is all essential to the President that he sweep the broad prior to the next na tional election. The story of ltadical rule as it has been exemplified in Louisiana, if elab orately written, we doubt not would satisfy any intelligent mind of the abasement to which the party has de scended, wherever the restrictions to its progress have been few and the al lurements to its profligacy many. It would furnish a chapter of intrigue and corruption that...

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. — 19 August 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: PubliheA every Saturday. At Monroe, Oaleelta Parish, La. G . wMo. M -M.T]1, Editor and Proprietor. 'ER MS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year,...... 4,00 One copy, six m :onths ::... .... '1,00 ADVANCE RATES: One copy, one year..... 3,00 One copy, six months .......... ..................2,00 PHYSICIANS. Dr. Wie. mmliel r EENDERS his service as Physician and L Surgeon, to the public. He can be found upon his plantation, four miles below Mon roe. 1March 11. 1871. 25-1y Dr. T. P. lCebIrdem,. )HYSICIAN, Surreon and Obstetrician. Office at Dr. Calderwood's old stand. Special attention given to C'hronic Surgi *"nl Cases. n20ly D.r. 3D. C. Dtrether frFERS hlis professional services to the citizens of Monroe and vicinity. Oflice rver the store of Surghnor & Mullin, Grand Street. At night, can be found at the resi dence of lrs. Warleld. Feb. 5, 1870. n20¶ tuf. j. (.AI.DERWOOD. DR. THOS. Y. A5Y. Drn. Cwlderwod & Aby. MONROE, LA. , IIICE in rear of IBernhardt's bui...

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. — 19 August 1871

MONROE, LA., AUGUST 19, 1871. A. W. v iiema ssm im'O. Q. eQ agaL, As~e**sa netr. STIC NORTH LOUISIAJfA etc TEXAS RAILROAD. IT was to be a .onference, the past week, betweek the directors of *Vie Texas Pacific road and the agents rOfrthNWorth Louisiana & Texas road, away of in Virginia; with the view of rtk slof 1the latter or consolidation of t edttWd We have not heard what has been thehredlt-probably nothing. 'e are nearly ieady to confess that w;- -vre e the slowest railroad company in Christendom. The members ought nsior coburse, to be censured for not throwiiug their road away; but, really, it see~s they mqightdo something by which . they ecold reap a handsome pof4tj.an still give the.county the beneit at a thoeoughaire the need of which ik lassitg sail universal in this sectioe: -'Sme of the company, we no 'o're-iwilling, i not anxious, to a* _ ndhi a ave urged different plans to e . Kca eiaitthy reformntion ; why hindnot this dispositiorevail with P:the members, and let ...

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. — 19 August 1871

MONROE, LA., AUGUST 19, 1871. Any person sending us live new cash sub acribers, at the same post otlico, will be en titled to a copy of Tu. T"ELEORAPIH gratis, I'or one year. ~oubscription price invariably in advance. 'i'ItIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch *of space or less), for the first and seventy tive cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows: NUMBER SQ'REs. 1 m. 2 in. 3 m. 6 In. 12am. One...............$3 75 1 7$ 9 $ 13 $20 Two.............. 7 50 12 15 22 30 Three............. 11 00 17 20 80 40 Four............ 15 00 22 26 38 50 Five................... Is00 20 30 4.3 60 Eleven (3-ool.)... s4 00 50 00 80 110 eovent'n (3-col.).. 50 00 70 85 120 170 Tw'ty-three (1 c.) 65 0 0 90 110 100 220 Cards of a personal character--when ad mnissible-will be charged double our reg ular advertising rates. Obituary and Marriage notices will be charged as advertisemen...

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. — 19 August 1871

MO. ROE, LA., AUGUST 19, 1871. OUR BABY. may E. . s. [One of the'"Idttlo Folka" of our city, a winsome little girl who was just learning to talkand run about, took sick with the fever a hew days ago, and after suffering a great deal, died, and was laid in the warm ground where the little seeds grow and the pretty butterflesget their wings. Her name was MARY, a sweet name, and the was the little daughter of Mr. add Mrs. Mullin. A kind mother, who has also had to part with some of her little ones, sends us the following pretty lines about little Mayn's death:] A little sunbeam sent to cheer And brighten uy our days of gloom, But scareely had its rays appeared 'Ere 'twas o'ershadowed by the tomb! A little rose-bud I fresh and sweet, SFrom God's own garden pure and white; A chilling blast came sweeping by,. SIt drooped and faded from our sight. A little birdling! helpless, weak Naestlig of afew short hours Not all br love and tender care Could keep it from fair Eden's bowers ! A littled...

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