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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 26 August 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Pablished every Saturday. At Mionroe, Onaehita Parish, La. Cr. WT, MoCBR NTZm, Editor and Proprietor. TE'R.S OF SUBSCRIPTION. tone copy, one year ...............................·3 ,00 ()ne copy, six mlonths,............................2,00 ADVANCE RATS: 0110 copy, on0 year ................................3,00 O()e copy, si monhs .... ... 2,00 PHYSICIANS. Dr. Win. Mandel r|E NDEUS his services as Physician and Surgooni, to the public. lie call be found tupon his pltllttation, four miles below Mon roe. March 11, 1871. 25-1y Dr. T. P. llehardson, PIIYSICIAN, Surgeon and Obstetrician. office at Dr. Caldorwood's old stand. Special attentioln given to Chronic Surgi cal t'aseso. n20:ly Dr. U. C. Strother O"'"IL" his p)rofessional services to the citizens of Monroe and viciuity. Office over tho storo of Surghllor t Mullin Granid Stret. At nighllt, clant be found at tile resi doece of ifrs. IVarield. Feb. 5, 1870. n20!( lu,1. J. C-ALitDI'tOoOD. DRL. TIHOS. Y. ABY. Drs. Ca...

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. — 26 August 1871

a Liaýtttpapb. X[OlfOXE,"LLA., AUGUST !O, 1871. a O. a mei s 3615w. "A TTUX3UAM r '.rflATIOr ." .., very - pleasant and harmless conceit, which has amused us somewhat, has taken up quarters in the minds of some of the crit ies of the TELEGRzPH to the ef fect that we are endeavoring to treat the "new departure" policy of YValandigham and others with silence and avoid in this way an expression of opinion not deemed popular with- the masses. We m..ay as well confess that we have in part purposely maintained si lence, in order to heighten the curiosity and conceit of our crit ice and to see what these politi cal Solons would say. It perhaps did appear a little strange to them that an independent journal, .having the reputation for candor, should ignore the discussion of a political question attracting so much attention as the New De parture, and the truth is, it has been almost impossible for us to refrain from telling the critics ex aetly what we thought of this so called departure. S...

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. — 26 August 1871

MONROE, LA., AUGUST 26, 1871. Any person sending us live new cash sub scribers, at the same post office, will be en titled to a copy of Ti.. TELEOn&PH gratis, for one year. Subscription price invariably in advance. TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of spaoe or leos), for the first, and eventy tivo cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows: vUMnEn SQ'nE5. 1 in. 2 m. 3 m. O in. 12m. One.....................$3 75* 7 9 $ 18 $ 20 Two.................. 7 50 12 15 22 30 Three ...............11 00 17 20 80 40 Four................. 15 00 22 26 38 50 Five............... 18 00 26 30 43 60 Eleven (%-col.)... 34 UI 50 60 80 110 Sevent'n(-col.)..50 00 70 85 120 170 Tw'ty-three (1 c.) 65 0 0 110 160 220 Cards of a personal character-when ad missible-will be charged double our reg ular advertising rates. Obituary and Marriage notires will be charged as advertiseme...

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. — 26 August 1871

MONROE, LA., AUGUST 26, 1871. Inuinene of Bad Company. One day Robert's father saw him playingwith some boys who were rude and nnmannerly. He had observed for some time a change for the worse in his son, and now he knew the cause. He Swas vei sorry, but he said nothing to Robertiat the time. In the evening he brought from the garden six rosy-cheekedn apples, put them on a plate, and presented them to Robert. He was much pleased, at his father's kindness, and thanked -im. "Ye i mnit lay them aside fora few days that they. may become mellow," said ae father; aud.Robert cheerfully placed tl p late wlt h the apples in his mother's s he-room. hiSe/ ei`la on the plate a seventh apple, which was quite rotten, andude sired him to let it remain.there.. "But, father," said t, the rot ten appiles alftiiAheroa ." :._ ,Do-you thinkseo?- Why 'ho"L not the  apples rather make",h .atteatn one flrea " said thW father. kAnd. with these words he shut the doer of' the Eight days afterw , e se lisa s...

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. — 2 September 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: PIabliubed every Saturday. .%1 .11il1roc". OIaaClalla *'aaIula. N~a. c:-. 'U T. MoCRA1VNZE. Editor aud Proprietor. TERMI(~S ui 1sCl~sc'ilt'llILI)\ i~ll","~1,rZ, c()II s' :'( ............... ............. .4,1)l)4r(X (II,ý· w"I'. xix uwultl lx .................. . 2,00.····· ·LO II.,I NtMbI M 14ItI P1'IO*: ..... ..............3, t QI)u " i'y , Hix IkAohI{ ___....... ... ........ PHYSICIANS. Dr. will. S6ande, I (EN DELS Ily serviccs as Pinysiniia tild Sulrgeon, to tihe pnIblic. ie cain be foinind uionn his plant:atioIn, four Iiles below Mont N M. oaeln 11, 1571. 2tly Dr. T. II. Ric3,ards~ol3. I~1Stl\,Surgeon andun Obstet~rician.l Ofllia·e at D~r. C'ialderrt.ood'sa oldl stand.l Specal uleatoti ive to ('hrottie~ Surgi Dr. It. C'. StroI.er I 1 1:L{ 1link proessional services to thne 7 eitizelis of MonroO and vicinity. Office vetr tine stor of Snirginnor & Mntiinlln, (.rtnul Sin-oct. At night, caun lie I lnnid att tile resi ii ineen of Mrs. Wanrtield. Febn. 5, 1870. nn2...

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. — 2 September 1871

MONROE, LA., SEPTEMBER 2, 1871. a. W. klUAIMM, IM"ter. A. C. 33.3L. Asociate dator. HOW RAICAL LEGISLATORS WERE t "LECTED!' IN LOUISIANA. As Expesure Without kIs Parallel. The case of Lowell, ex-Speaker of the House of Representatives, who, according to Gov. Warmhth, came to Louisiana in rags and was given a seat in the, 'House, "for pity's sake"-there being no pretense that he was "duly elect ed," as the law and common right require--was exposed by us, our readers will remember, two weeks ago. Repeated and positive charges have been made that the Radicals of this State came into power, and have retained power, by the vilest frauds upon the bal lot box and the fundamental ideas of republican institutions, ever dreamed of in this boasted land of Liberty. But for want of access to the records, and by reason of the readiness of Radi cal witnesses to commit perjury upon bare intimations it would contribute to the success of their party, and by further reason of the timidity of opposit...

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. — 2 September 1871

(Ounchi~tl cleg pit, \ V11 4 N i :.I 1..\., `l"I"1'T :\13:11 _, 1 2 . 71. .\ny peor.on ..nsting n tivera e~tvsh vtub .ril.1'., :,t ll ,- 1: e p. 1 -i1t 0tlli l", wtill h Ie -" tlill, ti ta p y '.I " ill '.:10 l:0 \l l .4 Ii, qir l-,' "rilt i' , i ", ;, vr.,',;,.rl i :r l \l h , hi . It \ 1 I I' . l t " .L\t l i; T I, I. ' Ii .\ I'I :s. Liv..lrtisemelnltlll 1%11 li ill rt.l edI at ln "t ,lur 11,1 :1,1 li'fts real. I ) t : u'I re (~tt ~ itnhII .,' "(81a .,-c o less). 1+' llrth lie d, and ."vetvI - li;. ." nts f'lol" It+r eah .sth Iwstvl ntt in 11 tiol. I+, thr :a4, " tilhe u dIler 11," 11111III|. " .r l"nutger" t..ri.,ds as tillowst~ : . t" ns :l: 1'(II":.. I 1l. 2 In. :: 11s. : n111. 1_II. 1 1,1, " ...... ...... ....... ... ... SS 7 8 S 1 8 U "l'h I',"." ..................I 1 III 17 21)| ::1) "111 I".. lln " ................... ' 15 "141; 22 2) :t, Illi I i','. ....... ..... ..... ..... Itc 1N, 20 ) -13 tll 'I " 'Ive ( li -ontl.)... :34 $I .a to S 11| .\11rI"t'nt(?i rol.)..4i k 4I...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 2 September 1871

MONROE, LA., SEPTEl BER 2, 1871. DAVID CROCKETT. The Old Coon Hunter as a Letter Writer. [From the Memphis Avalanche. TRENTON, Tenn., July 21.--Captaln Seat, an old and respected-actizen of our town, died some weeks since. In the perusal of his file of papers I found the following letters to him from David Crockett, the embodiment of unique ness, who was an old friend of Seat. You will see that they pay no regard whatever to punctuation, and you will have to be governed by the context to ascertain where he intends his stops. You will further see that he was not particular as to the use of capital letters. Thinking perhaps these two letters would be of some importance to you, I herewith inclose them, hoping you may appreciate the same from an unintro duced friend and fellow-citizen who de sires the wholesale promulgation of the Avalanche's conservative ideas throughout the whole country, and that it may be caught up by other people in other climes, and lustily lisped by the same unti...

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. — 9 September 1871

i1fl1 TELEGIA RAPH: rabai' .h.*d e:very SzitarLdy. Elditor and Proprietor. ý .. e" 1.",114 N. i. ... · ........ ...," '."I '? 1' ". \.I· " ...·... ............... ....... ....::.( 1 ....." '`'1'?' · `i. I . 1.11th .~.......... ................. 1.(1() PHYSICIANS. 1)1. I'.. i'an. Sj1a1rI1t4Ofl, ýr I~tiý ý " iiit. 4,I.I -tw' !illUs tit stttIt"', SlIr.tiol . f 4tr ultilt- Itrlr m ~,". \lN "It- , , . 2 D13 '1 Y. Itii & 21,41 ui't Dr.: \I~tr. C t~ta ATTORNEYS AT LAW. VI I' ~it.l:Ys Al' LANY jraier. Wiiiii'itl I)()I. Y~~OrIjNOaI 4.` I-~lu',nler. V ''\"i i' NI' iS Al' I i-.Tiii (I1.1 Iii' [il· *,l d I.I 1 )1 iii~·: II (' ·i-wi1. 1·Ii lrI)Ii' iitli'Cpii I-iillvl %1 . (*. lull.~ry .·,i-i-.~~~~ ,.' (l:(Ji~.~11·~)i(· I iiill g~ite. A\. H.. S14laik. \L·~·~. lb-i. 1I·IIII ii- ni hiiiiiii i l'a-i iiilii.~, 'i iiirll thuu uiiiriii il ;.lillll(.(i'.ll- ll lIIi-u \\i cll~ iii' il~iii 1 i i~ii( li-i.ui. Ii' u-u hiI~iaiti. I iii. iiliilii?' ignilal HlOTELS. ,1.5% I- fI1 t N .,: 1/,f .I' i ..1 I 1 ...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 9 September 1871

M'ONROE, LA., SEPTEMBER 9, 1871. 0- . W. McOU.MIEW, 4ditor. Cost of Revising the Iatws. Heon. W. F. Blackman, of Clai lioi~ue,lVatfthg.ee the* " rpep-re- 1 ed report" published by the Ibcr ville Pioneer, and afterwards copied into the TELEGRAPH, has issued a card in explanation of said report, the relevant portion of which card is as follows: SIi 1868 the Legislature passed an act (a copy of the act of 1855,) authorizing the appointment of a committee to revise the Statutes of the State, the Civil Code and Code of Practice. I was appoint ed on said commit tee, and up to. 1871 gave a large portion of my time to the discharge of the duty required of me. While thus en gaged I received the usual mileage and per diem, drawn by a mem ber of the Legislature. I had nothing to do with fixing the amount of compensation as thitt was determined by the constitu tion of the State before I was a Senator. I did what. the law required of tue as a member of the committee on revision, and received al...

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. — 9 September 1871

tt mtmrx~ifl H Curl llt/a-pit .v\ i tt*r.atia tein.lning ii li liet vaC~ h wt b- -,a ajbt-,nt :t the 'attIte pttat ulflnt, :tlil het ei titiled ito .1 atg~o at1' oolt: '1't:r.itaut a'if gtaal is, a'll 'one vetar". : 'II. (ill'!' 111 .\I \ K1 l'1 1 1: 1{.'1'10` tAdvertiLaeilt 11111 atritt te ttaserted at nile atl la a andi lila" v 'ntls per qatraie onle rollI .,t palaate or less) latr the lirst, anit seveinty a.l' (0ena Ilot.1 I ta trajil~etenit inlsert itn. ltIr .ai t ilac tinder 01ne tattiba i' laa ta ', ., i......a.....t ........." t . ?` 7 >i ! .< : K , lTwo. to 1". _2 :11) Slathri .0................. ',i 00 1; "90 to1 "{o 1 'vur ..................... 1S 1) 2_ !1 ::. .ill l it et............ ........ a . .1 1.7. ::4 at{"^ etit"1-ennI '?j-aol a 00)J i II( i) It:a 1alt "l'tt\-threet' c.t !fir Ito 10: '1 1 tall 0 lit 241) 1: arkl .at a ,trlaaaaatt/ a":Itar.lttll.-Ka'lrlaall td I ,tai-aaitae.--tilt tat thait, I tlttile t lneg attar ada art isiag rcakto. Ot~itnaitt ttttt1 1.1 ra...

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. — 9 September 1871

MONROE, LA., SEPTEMBER 9, 1871. 11NDER THE STARS. Twas on a cloudless summer night, Thi moon threw down her radiant light, The river ran, a silver thread, Beside the curving road that led Around the bills-with laugh and snug. A merry crowd, we drove along. Beside me sat-you know-a friend; My gaze toward the stars did tend; "How bright " I said. He answered,"Yes As bright as stars !" But dear you guess That while for me the stars did shine His eyes looked level into mine. Just then, from blue moonlighted space, A star dropped, all its shining race Looked after it and blinked away In careless wonder; "Quick, I pray. And wish before it falls," I cried; "I've wished," he quietly replied. But what he wished he would not tell, Although I teased him ; "All the spell Were broken if this night he told; But when again the scattered gold Should sprinkle all the heavenly blue He'd tell me, and 'twould all come true." And all the night the stars looked down Inquisitive, till morning's frown Of...

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. — 16 September 1871

THE TELE(GRAPH: Published overy Saturday. .t 'Ionroc, Ouachita Pariah, La. G. T4r. 3MYOCIBRANX30 Editor and Proprietor. ''IL(iIS OF 'i.StUCRIP''ION. I e , co ,I one1 y-our, .......... k100 I >no corpyi months... .. ,q ADVANCE AT0vris: S cop , ne ar...................... . ...3,00 (ne1 copy, six m1 ont .............. ......... 2,00 PHYSICIANS. Dr. nVan. Mandel I END'EIIS his services us Phvsiciunt and SSutrgeon, to the public. He canl e lundll uLonn his plantation. oiur miles below Mon r'. Mlate"th Ii, 1871. ;:5-ty Dr. T. P. Riehardason, ) IIYSI('IAN, Surgeon and Obstetriciall. eOlit at I . lr. (aidehv rwood's old stanld. Special attentitil given lto ("'hroni Surgi ,.:41 a'ses. n20:. y Dr. R. C. Strotlher .FFEl his pirofessional services to to the t-tzitizens of Monroe and viCienity. (otltee .\ her tll(, store of Surgtnor Mlllllin, (rtltdll Street. At night, ca]t tbe lttttd at the resi .lIlen'," ,`t" Mrs. W\Vil:lihld. Felt. :, 1I87. ir20e,' 1)r. I. t'.t.ttRWOOt. Olt. "rtOs. ...

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. — 16 September 1871

MONROE, LA., SEPTEMBER 16, 1871. 0. W. McORAUII, aditor. The Raldical Party vs. Ex-Rebels. y A very instructive case, illus trating the liberality of Radical- t ism, has recently occurred at Washington. It is a case of the appointment of an ex-Confeder ate, named Roxbury, to a clerkship in one of the Depart .ments. We have read a number of communications in the Chron icle bitterly denouncing this ap pointment, in which the writers unanimously agree that there should be no giving of official positions by the Administration to es-rebels. This particular case is even brought to the attention of the Grand Army of the Re public, in the hope that this organization will issue some terrible mandate to prevent any further manifestation of confl dedce in ex-rebels. Poor Rox bury has been the theme-he and his antecedents-of volumes of virtuous loyal abuse, some of which has gone to the length of implicating the appointing power in the imputation of treachery to the Union. It is possible that R...

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. — 16 September 1871

MONROE, tIA., SEPTE.113tR It, 1871. Any person sending us live new caIsh sub m.ribers, at the Muale post office, will be en titled to a eoly of 'l'u: '- l'TsEORE.iH gratis, for one year. Subaeriptiolb price i,wariulbly in advance. TARIFF OF AD)VERtTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one d>llar and fifty cents per square (olne inch, of space or less), for the first, and seventy tive cents for each subsequent insertion, t'r auv time under one month. For longer periods as Iollows : NUl5dMBiERt SQ'l%5. 111 1.1ý2 '1 in. 6 in. 12in. One.................l.. 7 9 1:1 120 Two ................... 750 12 15 22 30 Three.................11 00 17 20 30 4) F'our.................... 15 00 22 26 8 50 Five .................18 00 26 30 43 C0 Eleven (,-eo1).. 34 00 50 0 SO 110 Sevent'n(-col.).. 00 7 8 120 170 T'w'ty-three (1 c.) 65 00 90 110 100 220 Cards of a personal charaler-when iad imisstble-will be charged double our reg ular advertising rates. Obituary and Marriage tnotlees wil...

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. — 16 September 1871

MONROE, LA., SEPTEMBER 16, 1871. THE WIG, CANE AND HAT. By the side of a murmuring streamn An elderly gentleman sat; On the top of his head was his wig, On the top of his wig was his hat. The wind it blew high and blew strong, As the elderly gentleman sat, And it bore from his head in a trice, And plunged in tihe river his hat. The gentleman then took his cane, That lay by his side as ho sat, And he dropped in the river his wig, In attempting to get outt his hat. His bosom was filled with despair And vexation and rage to see that ; So he flung in the river his cane, To follow his wig and his hat. Reflection at length came across This elderly man, as he sat, And he thought hewould follow tile stream, To look for his wig, cane and hat. But soon in his hurry he stumbled At a place where the bank was not list, And in the old gentleman tumbled, To swim with hiswig, cane and hat. Who Has Lost a Baby I Just after the passengers had thronged out of the depot to take the 5 o'clock train on t...

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. — 23 September 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday. .t 1lotnroe, Ouachita Parish, La. 'r7. TN. 3Y! cC?3E LANXE3S, Editor and Proprietor. 'l:l.11is 01"' .IISCRIPTION. Scopy, ono year......................... $100 I.only, sic ionti..h. 2.00 S pn co,,y, one your,.................... .. ..3,00 e copy, ix ioLhs.. ..... ........ ,00 PHYSICIANS. Dr. Wuan. (laudel r j lN IER.S his services as Physician anad 1Surgoon, to the public. I0 ciian) be fi)un pl)oil his plbttAttioui, four fileos below Mon S M eard II, 1871. I3-ly Dr. 1. P. ClelUard1son, I )I11SiT IAN, Stureon and Otastrieiiil. L )flive at l)r. ('alderwood's old stand. Slpecial attention giveen to ('hronic Surgi ataI 'ases. " ODr. R. C. Strother rt FFRS his professional servicest tho t citizens odf1,onroo and vicinity. Otlhit ,\-er the store of Snrghnor & Mltllin, (Gran c:;rer. At lglht, can be founld at the resi t.twe of I nrs. W\tirohl. Fel,. 5, 1870. n20'. O1 .1. .AIti~,DR1VOOI). ult. THOS. Y, A,. R Dir. Cahlderwood & Aby. MoNnor...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 23 September 1871

MONROE, LA., SEPTEMBER 23, 1871. 0. W. SdIIIoEU, dittor. Will New Orleans Take Waning? It is a hopeful sign in the present declining condition of New Orleans commerce, that the press of that city take a passing notice of the serious warnings of country papers respecting a change of trade, for some time apparent to the observant resi dent of the country, the result of which is threatening to the fu ture growth and stability of New Orleans as a great commercial emporium. Our capitolian cotem poraries have, until lately, soared so high in the bouyant atmos phere of impossibility, upon wings constructed of well-filled columiM of advertisements, that the notes of warning sounded in the interior either never reached the ears of our city brethren, or else, hearing them, a scream of derision or the defiance of silent contempt, was all we poor coun try folks could discern as the ef fect of our affectionate regard for the proud queen of our State. But the gradual changes which have been goin...

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. — 23 September 1871

______---- 2li iItiv , I ..., S1EPl P ii' IIl" 3, s 15!. fin one ,,cai. tthsc1'iptiiuli pice iie c.u.orbI' ill .itivi,,.' IA. hi I!' 1 F ir' 1iV1'Rr1I St. 11.V'1C5.. Adve lisecneiit.. will lIe insertedl at onle d :liar aiid filty ceiits per squauire toiiie inch I' sapace or les), f0or the ilrst, and seventy lie iceit'. fora. hII suIIeCquent inisertion, fior ani tinue under one mion lit. J i'.r I ier i triioO' a' follows : !-)e li 7.. . . 7 ' ii7 J$ t1 3 l'two .....................I 7 ,01 1 15 2 :31 'Tihre ......... .........11 1 20 0 1 l''ellt ..............··..... 15 00, 22 20 I s () Five ........... ........ 2418 00' 2t; `. (Si cGo E leven ( _-ol.)...3i 0 50 GO rat Ito 2eve ni. i (*s-ioli.).5 Ot4I 701 sit I I2 170) 'iw't.'-tiirec (1 c.) 15 iii . l11 I0I 220 ('aids of at 7lciaauiui i-t g'iefer-wiii'ii ad Iniisiibie-twil i le eiuaged don!~ Ict "iii ,iiar advert ining7" rate. ctnhiy :iin 51 anc riage noi. tce Wi!! h I oirgi'.l as iidvciiiieinellts. 'I'.iod "ew & (*no................

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 23 September 1871

................. --~-__ ...._ MONROE, LA., SEPTEMBER 23, 1871. he ittle olks. c A Touching Scene. tFrom the Memphis Avalanche. 1Many instances have been recorded of the affection and sagacity displayed bylogs when their masters have died or been injured in any manner. Perhaps, as'affecting an incident of this kind as eovr witnessed vas the action of the dog Pinch, owned by the late lied Morse, who was shot Friday night, upon being shown the body of his dead mnaster, as it lay upon a board Sunday morning, preparatory to being placed in the coffin. Every body who knew Ilod knew Pinch, for they were inseparable. An i ron-gray dog of the Scoth terrier breeood, lihe was noted for his sagacity and fighting qualities. Sunday morning al friend of Hod's, for the first timne fook the dog into the room where the remains were. A number of Morse's friends were present at the time, and ca'nrVoi gh for the accuracy of the story. ht)ienlet into the room Pinch let his .head fall-to the floor, and w...

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