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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 30 September 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday. ac ioursue. Ouaclsita Paristh, L.a c.._ T`W. 1VaoCRA 11IZE, Editor and Proprietor. '1T-M S 01' .S1'i C IP'TION. , ",1, I, one cur , .... . . 00................. , Iy, Si o ... ..................... . ' ADVANCE 11.1TE.: ",ur easy, oune 3-cau,.................... .......... 3,W0 ine" copy', siix mountihs,....... ..... .....·......,00 OLUME VI MONROE, LOUISAN, SATURAY, SEPTEMBER , 18v1. NUMBE. VOLUME VII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3O, 1871. NUMBER, 2.` PHYSICIANS. Dr. Wm. Nandel r 5 11ND1it4 Ihis scrviecs a5 l'llrvsioialii snd LSurgeon, to t1he jntllel~t Ie etto01 be ltmtId uponi his planltationl, Itun mile Its 1low Mlol roe" 110) 1, 47. '.r1 Dr*. 'r. 1. EIicxlirdNou, 1)1 VII S( 'IA N, Surgeonl titt ()bstetl'il'ial. c 1li"" ("t In,'. ('aldeorWoodl' old staodl. Seial tootle Lien- to 'eceioltt oe ivhs'sto th Dr. R. C (. StrotherF (-),'tirorts of' Monroe and ti Vojtlt. I 411400 'er t~· le More~ of Snrho. 1titIl~t '(I 'ct. At I[ighlt, 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. — 30 September 1871

MONROE, LA., SEPTEMBER 0, 1871. 6. W. .uinAWin. Wmew. Proerastlnatien Preloaged-.Apathy Triamphsat. . Without encumbering our col-! umus with the full proceedings: of last Saturday's railroad meet ing, which would take up over a column of our space, we will give a brief summary of the de liberations of the meeting. The committee appointed ond the 13th inst., and instructed to report at a subsequent meeting, reported subatantially a recom mendation to the Police Jury to submit to the people of this par ish the proposition to vote aid, by a subscription of 04,000 per mile each, within the limits of the parish, to the incomplete por tion of the North Louisiana & Texas, to the Trenton & Fulton, and the Pine Blnuff & Alexandria railroads Objection was made. to this proposition that the Parish lack ed authority to issue bonds to aid public works; and a substitute for the committee's report, after a lengthy discussion, was adopt ed, appointing a committee to prepare a bill 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. — 30 September 1871

(t)uýtch:tn \(N 1 alE. [:1, .\. M1;I''TEMun~ III: Ii:7aa Luy perCsun rending ur live I)ne t=a1 sutb acrltribes, at tihe utnte past oiffice, will be en titled to at copy} of 'I'rr, r 'lTrl.nnatr q u atii-, ,)r one year. 4tubaaeriptlion price * ,aw ribhl is audvan,. C.'. Id[F 1I OF .A DLV1EtTIS[N\ ItI.TES. Advertisements will be inserted at one 1l)114r and lifty cents per square (one inch of space or less), for the first, and seventy rive cents for each subshequent insertion, for aan time under Olatn month. i For longear periods as follows: 1.LBxsJt sQ'ltFs 1 u.a 2 aI axn. j6 all. Ina. One................... .$3 75>; 9 7 8 13 11 20 Two................ 7 501 12 T15 22 30 hrtree... 11.·····1 OO 1 la , '0 30 1 Po'ur................... 15 00, :.' 26 3.9 ' - Five................... 18 0 . "0 -43 00 Eleven (i.-aol.).. 034 a0 80 O SO 11 Sevent'n( {-col.).. 300 70 83 120 170 Tw'ty-tlhree (1 .) 13 O 0 j 110.! 160 221 Cards of a personal charuaCtcr-when aad raaissible-will he clhargel doable...

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. — 30 September 1871

MONROE, LA., SEPTEMBER 80, 1871. - % little golks. TO MY THUMB. To tell of heroes great or small aMy baby muse is dumb; I only strike my little harp In humble praise of thumb. "Oh, thumb, sweet thumb, gentle Ilthumb, "Surereefuge and relief, Pond sharer of my every joy, Assuager of each grief. If wakeful in-the darksomne night. I raise the unheeded cry, Weary at length I turn to thoanl, And close the tearful eye, When introduced to visitors To talk,- my mouth is dumb, Upon my dignity I sit, And gazeo-andl suck my hllumb. In hunger, fullness, joy or pain, Better than peach or plumb; Or warmn or cold, asleep, awake, Isfalible is thumb. Dear thumb, when baby years are gone, Anid thn and Imust part, Banialtedthoun'ltbo from out my lils, ,luB never from my heart. Bash and the Docater. A story is told ofa fine dog named SDash that is quite wonderful. He had met, poor fillow:l with a bad accident. Int running aeroes the road, under a wagoin, he was notspry enough and was caught- by one 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. — 7 October 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Satmwday. t MIonvroe. Omachita Parish. La. GI.. Wl. 3haoCORdNIX3W Editor and Proprieter. 'I'I:lHiM O1 ' l'?tCR1PT1Ib. Ilsie I0npp, onie year, ... ... * ................. $-l,00 i:)ll · nl01))' ' ix 1))11011t .~..········· ·IW AI)VANCI. RATA,.: 'hte *'opy, one p .. .....:5,00 uLne Cop1, six iont3 , l..........................,o3 PHYSICIANS. Dr. Wn. Msaudel IC 'iNDERS his services as Physician aind SSuIIjrgeonl, to the public. fle an be Ibindll pontu hits plantation, tluir miles hbelow lon Me. areh I, 1571. "."-ly Dr. T. P. Richardsaoe, PIYSIC'IAN, Surgeon and Obstetrician. Oflice at Dr. Calderwood's old stand. Special attenlltiol liven to Chronlie S. inrgi :llI lases. se!nn:Iy Dr. R. ('. Strolher I "tI:RS his professional services to the c itiens of Monroe and vicinity. Oflice aver the store of Surghnor & Multlin, Crand Str0,et. At snight, can hoe Ihund at the real lece tof M[rs. %Vartlieltd. 1Feh. T, 1870. n201; ti. .1. tArt.niIt\VWOOD. DR. THOs. ...

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. — 7 October 1871

MONROE, LA.. OCTOBER 7, 1871, Q w. u*ut, Itw. Organidsg Vietory in Louisiana. The Jackson Standard gives 'orth a very decided warning to the Democratic State Central Committee to the effect that that organ of the. arty must shalow more aotivity, obtain greater con fldence, or resign. "If they do not," says our cotemporary, "the party will crumble to pieces around them." The Standard suggests, as the most effectual plan. to prevent the disaster indicated, the assem bling of a general State Conven tion in November, in place of a general meeting of the Commit tee. If this plan is pursued, the Standard 'believes that harmony will be preserved, victory *111i be organized, and the State re deemed. We -are prepared to join the people in -any movement which promises good grounds for be lieving the result: anticipated as above, by our cotemporary, will thereby be ..achieved. If ever there was a State, or a people, Seediig reform in public affairs, Louisiana and the people of Louisiana may cl...

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. — 7 October 1871

MONROE, LA., OCTOBER 7, 1871. Any person sending us live new cash sub a-ribrs, at the same post office, will be en titled to a copy of THE TELEGRAPH gratis, f.4r one year. Subscription price invariably in advance. TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dotar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less), for the first and seventy live cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows: NUMBER _q'REs. 1 i.' 2 in. 3 in. .12m. One .....................1375 7 9 13 20 Two ..................... 7 501 12 15 22 30 Three........... 11.... 00 17 20 30 40 Four........... 15 00 22 26 38 5 Five ........... 18 00 26 30 43 60 Eleven (%-col.)... 34 00 50 60 80 110 Sevent'n(5-col.)..0 00 70 85 120 170 Tw'ty-three (1 c.) 65 00 90 110 160 220 Cards of a personal charaeter-when ad missible-wilt be charged double our reg ular advertising rates. Obituary and Marriage notices will be ,harged as advertisements. AGENTS : Ta...

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. — 7 October 1871

MONROE, LA., OCTOBER 7, 1871. d ----- ii SAx EXPERIENCE AND A MORAAL. i lent my love a book one day; ... he brought it back-I laid it by : "TwSm little either had to say She was so strange and I so shy. But yet we loved Indifferent thlings The sprouting buds, the birds in tune- Time stood still, and wreathed his wings With rosy links from .Tune to TJune. For her what task to do or dare ! What peril tempt ! what hardship bear ! But with her-ah ! she never knew NMy heart and what was hidden there! And she, with me, so cold and coy, Seemed a little maid bereft of sense ; But.in the crowd, all life and joy, And full of blushing impudence. She married-well, a-woman needs A mate, her life and love to share; And little cares sprung up like weeds, And played around her ellinw chair. And years rolled by, but I, content, Trimmed myown lamp and kept it bright, Till age's touch my hair bespret With rays and gleams of sliver light. And then it chanced I took the book Whieh she perused in days go...

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. — 14 October 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Published ovary Saturday. t Vlonroe, Ouauchiit Parish, Ia. C+. TVV. 1VI®CCSELALNTE.T . Editor nad Proprietor. "I'I:i1 01- 1" sI !'.1 I 'TION., S ,le co, y, one ) y" ar,............................... 71,u . ) er ."..-. x ll) ti ...................... .. . 2,~. ro c lopy, on year, ................................,  co)py, six mont ths .......................... ,00 PHYSICIANS. Dr. B'su. Saudel r''TENDERS his service- es Phv.,ieian and nSurgeoln, to the Iplbti'. lia ci be found rle. inIarch 11, 1171. t5-ly Dr. T. Pi. Riehardtlsou, [YSI('I.\, Siurl"con and Olbstetrieian. SOllie at Dr. Cald0akrwood's old stand. Special attention ci von to t'hronitl- Surgi ."al Cases, n20:1y Dr. R. C. Strother O IFEiS hisl professiolal service.; to the citizensl of Mtonroe antl vicinitV. Oillce over the store of Surghtnor & MIullin, (irani Street. At night, canll beo founll at the resi dence of dMrs. \Vartlcld. Feb. 5, 1S70. n201, I 1.J. (.AI.IIIWOOD. UIt. TnOa. Y. AlWY. Drs. ('at...

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. — 14 October 1871

--.,.  ,,r-- MOloE, LA.. OCTOBER 14 1871, 0. We @ , "iltee. Nwesth ea1uls km a Railroad, i = e'- te 0. Times. ...... the =erating management of the North Louisiana & Texas Railroad, the TELEGRAPH, We :.beliee;; has never found any - ;olt: We have felt that some of itj. tariff regulations were some what harsh, but aware of the ob stticles the road has had to over .eolre and the difficulties in the w giy:of cheap transportation, we b haie trefained from all complaint, even Whilst appearances have stroingly" urged'a] vigorous :pro test. . Recently the: New Orleans -Tiatns, as if suddenly spurred up .by: a sentiment of honesty, has undertaken to expose the alleged c isnaaaagement of our.railroad. -MThat. unscrupulous sheet doep %xoo hesitate, in order to carry its 'pot;, to misrepresent facts faets. iot p.ly of record, but di rectly brought to the editor's at tention. Itecbarged the compa -y witth .joining the conspiracy to athe;tiade of New Orleans. SWerintenaent and Chief E...

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. — 14 October 1871

MONROE, LA., OCTOBER 14, 1871. ..i- p r-soln g us live new eansl sub s:rib~r, at the same post office, will be en titled to a copy of TI'r: i'rELEORAPI gratis, fir one year. Snbscription price -iorario.i in advacm . TI'AtIFF OF ADVERTISING RIATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one d >liar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less), for the first, and seventy tive cents for each subsequent insertion, for any timne inder one month. nFr longer Nt3tnElt sQ'REs. 1 iii.i 2 in. 3 1n.mti.112Ii. periods as eollowise: One . ...... 13751 7 9 13 I$ 20 Two ..................7 501 12 15 22 30 three............... l 00 17 20 30 40O Four .................... . 1 00 22 . 20 :8 50 Five ................c.... 8 00 2 .0 43 G0 Eleven (-col.)34 00 10 60 80 110 Sevent'n(i.(-col.).. 50 00 70 85 120 170 T'w'ty-three (1 c.) 5 00 90 110 160 220 Cards of a persaonal characler-when ad iiissiblo-wilt be charged double nour reg ilar advertising rates. Obituary and l[arriage ne te ics will e ...

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. — 14 October 1871

MONROE, LA., OCTOBER 14, 1871. * ip1iGAEICkL TERRORS. ;Lºi Pm mmous now 0Lj ria ind a'poet, P sltaely ifisin print i Ye Gods Is moitr Pi1 be to show It i! Ann gentle Annla What a thrill * WIR animate her breast, - io ealtheis'ardent lines and know i '* whom they are addressed ! SBless my soul! here's something strange ! What can the paper mean By talking of the graceful brooks Thqt gander o'er the green ? Aad here's at inatead of r, Which makes t tippling rill ; We'll seek the shad, Instead of shado, And hell, instead of hill ! Tley look so-what? I recollect, 'TPns swet and then 'twas kind. And-lag to think the stupid fool For bland has printed blind Weamever sch provoking woik? 'TIoearloas, by-the-bye, -- HOWblJhiW Is rendered blind Sj vILng it an eyt , "10 bouhno tears? The t's lolt out. t Lob l no bears, instead; li `hsist thn armdear, ib put , r e thst thon art dead. t; , a w i ý'itn wch asps e . loe4g*sU eyes bedimmed, lWrsplt e ayes bedammed. hsLºeelor of the rose, is nose ; ....

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. — 21 October 1871

THE. TELEGRAPH: . Pblilsbe .vuevº Ustutiay. &It 3Nogr.e, igbl. Psalab, Ls. Bults aaa Pa.plhae TERMS OF SUDSCRIPTION. 01We copy, one year,............................a. 04,UW One copy, six monthso........................... 2.00 ADVANCE RATJN: flue copy. bne year .................................,00 One copy, six months ........................2,00 PHYSICIANS. Dr. UWM. Uiandel 'IENDERS his services as Physicalt and S urgeon, to the public. Hecan be found! upon his plantation, four miles below Mon- ! roe. March 11, 1871. 25-ly Dr. T. P. Ulehamrdlm, ]'IHYSICIAM, Surgeon and Obstetrician.u P O11co at Dr. Calderwood's old stand. Special attention given to Chronic S .rgi ,'i Cases. n2. y DR. J. CAI DERWOOD. DR. THcO. Y. ARY. Drs. Caiderwe & Abr. MoNRor, LA. OF'FFICE in rear of Bernhardt's building, Second street, between DeSlard and thei Railroad. Jan 5. 1871 dhw 8. L. BBACEY. N. V. M'CIAW. JRACEY & McCRAW, DENTISTS. Monroe. La., Ofmoe on Grand Street, We have all the modern ...

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. — 21 October 1871

F7. artA lioa be 1t~ too rd 001 'U'L *~ tit ·th etodo er ogiistit 'P s inertrst Iri . otno lgnc, "'sit )Uou ýýy rýseJ·, wu L tri4 i~lRtre**j# · tb ' -h - I It'wt s iaw~ýde `?v t7? * th rt s c n !1Ft 3 'i·~~JJJ~~~JJ t s tiI iýý ,c Se i b ltf~pt~ttaithd -s AlsiCoo cf ae-riwi .' e h~i~i 1wki t'morie. tlg'ibe: .ikeniit ; s ýtertiwdn ~ ttr joebe.)keepb iigf - _C spto4i8P` toii4od. t Ag gi iBt tW tbe v, : tfxyiatdiaa tn w-th 4tat~s; ow , 'M tRttialr'it thi ihiakd;P- 'i ear· t~3 rl~tat emois hýi 5eteaotln P.> .. Af nttt~is'lt tttrtiý3t t-by' natru~e of :c Sd5I mwltn touad - ~~u~lle~tW t~~s~Iapr 4.413e1)~~e mwhg rwg arwInodm·6w ' ' eee t ortsiMe ·'o i( hne.) eepna-. I buezEh'uihia~b mmwt~iegtiit ho nw' b·04IuWn,·h81eau ?s· Ani~~nil ele in this Stiate that will not 11 an atnle dicsat, axll-o necessity h e, in its Rlhepinbiean accessiois,. some of the vilest en Ite has ever had. . a lt>le such men as lead t IVMerit-rtN''Crt "tk tgr .dt not, Sijlin tp ttA'igtheo coalition Jri rt 1itp its...

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. — 21 October 1871

- O oROE, -., OCtOJBi. 21. 1s71. A} person sedt(l. Ig. ilvo ie neIt rsh sulb Msrilbers, at tIe snnae ixst nice v,-il wl. rlt i ithud to a o pl, o" '"ril: 'I'r:rrl,:uintrn salt i i. fa' one year. SNuhseripthi Irie is,,,..rria,/y in id.tant.. TA RI F'l 4)F AD.VIT IN ltA'E-. Advertisenmotts will he inserted at oll dl)lliar and fifty cents per squaro (ono inch of apace or leows), for thio first and seventy five cents for each subsequeid insertion, lbor anty tileo under one 111011111nt . Fr longer periods as follows : -rMaBE.R .4'RB'-s. I n, t. :i n.1, o a. l tsin' On.....................857 i; 7. t: s ,PI3 20 Two ................... 7 501 1' 15I 22 : 0 Throe ..................li1 00 17 20 30 10 'our ...... . .15 00 2-2 2(1 31 51 ive ............ 1 0 20 0 43 10 Eleven (?_-col.)... 34 0oi :, o I 00 III0 'rovent'n (i{.-col.).. 30 00I 70 83 120 170 ' _w'ty-three (I_ c. ) _ 00o 00 i 110 1i60 1_22 Cards of a personal ehartler--when ad I 1issiblo--will be charged dol le our rog silar ad...

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. — 21 October 1871

,Iwotdns'groo ng l ., .eeln t .. _ a tra~E~lra4·~nuaa~ thn the sn * --- c ' eY ` upd %0) e i tvor . to -lve oue; tour_ of :wJ' .ftstjk yent n m saln guhlnemoeWooYthe e ho e name he beart could xtpoably expect. We with Master maE iDcm teet "yo te gfotle olMive in being ,,m. e Zansa' npay .er454 Modiq ta"iibhe teds, shc ehesor at the proper time. meo". Soai r-e heonel htereprg y . a dogf  int8hlisg-lnre.boI ijtd . es, moy wish a th idesdein the hearing at8? . $Q wttQL ~belonginlg to our Sad one morning, being out ki in h stout lassie coming oe , ithp on - isientoh iag .-I . resPgreeed witahr Rre, ilaitt s, ;ny !hither seat 3e a,'1 ple' h' the road at Strathdo" W .4 d tellito t h-Vlerevl ,o d trickA tti heg to poo ong'a tall. **lsjaiig# gr owl of wieaing pmodueed , L yhn, t ran kfotan, , ater aen * i lkthan usuli - S. motheris ne i, eO hnis h s i Nelaiate'b y oegwro ptn tbease inlo~~ nm-dlUm 1thoip'oonr dogss tal. 't* here utn an 4n eatl aeehel e me verusy!unes. rtb. l...

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. — 28 October 1871

THE TELEGRAPH: Publiuhed every Saturday. Al .onaroe, OuLchita Parish, Lu. Gt. 'V . I1CoCSEAENIT I, Iditor sad Proprietor. TEIRMS OF SIUBSCRIPTION. . S)1e copy, one year .............................. , ,itle opy, ix mlonth ........................ , AbVANCE RATFS: 'tIC copy, one year,.............................3,00 4I)n i.opy, six months...........................2,00 PHYSICIANS. Dr. Win. anudel rl7 EN1)ERS his services as Phisician anid . Surgeon, to the public. 110e an be olundl spon his plantation, four miles below Mon e. Malch llI. 1871. 2,-ly Dr. T. 1P. RiciardMon, )IIYV"ICIAN\, Surgeon alnd Ohstotrici;u. Odiee at 1fr. t .'alderwoodt's old stallnd. Special atItention given to c thronie Snurgi atl Cases. 1120:1y" :.: ..l. .tT.DEIRW.OO). 1I(. THOS. Y. .tY. D)r. ('alderwood & Aby. 11ovnot, I..\. 0 FI,'l'1('E in rolr of Irllhrltardt's buildin gll. Secolln streelt., hineleen I)eSi;urd tland tile Iail'road. .an 5, 1871 d lw I.. I.. RAl i. N. -.1'II W. BHA('EY & lc(' HA%, 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. — 28 October 1871

p- Ni u R 3 1871, to see that the i -riee.Orrent. has ii. to act upon the rdea ,ate.poBltics is a matter in y blend d with commuier ospprity, aand has accord -aig-g trcated its readers to sever cuaifa+toeles exposing the injurious t efrdacies anti effects of Repub fl L, ideas of ""rogress." Its •tste ei in this direction is an editorial naticle.justly criticising the recentreimoval of Bovee from thiL pst of Secretary of State, "-_t ait .of the Execaitive which we, it the tl a9, pronounced rev olutiotry, and ., wvhich. we .still •-.blei sto (!have been of that ;i jo Eit ~itlstanding the : s ori of Judge Em erasni rleans, a man who _ 'tej aend still is regarded aks ýdtemocrat. . : Heie ' urrent properly ex :bdis tis Democratic doctrine, i't says, "There is no discre i 9-off l action except it be -speelallysallowed by law." Mani festly, the exercise of an unlim 'iteiiiedSretion-such as that ex .l" :by Warmoth in his re Bsl of Bovee-is the preroga .tirveof ;the sovereign, which...

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. — 28 October 1871

MONROE, LIA., OCTOBER 28, 1871. . : . - .:. -:-- : .-. .. .. .=-2 -: .- -. Any person sending us tive new cash sub sjribers, at the same post office, will be en titled to a copy of Tit:E 'ThraOnAPlr gratis, fr one year. . .ttSul)ription price iurai'riably in advan1c(e. TARIFF OF ADVERHTISING ItATES. Advertisemenots will be inserted at one d >llar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less), for the first, and seventy five cents for eachaubsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows: . .Ma.n sQ'a . i . .U ( 3 .1.. One................... $ 75 7- 9 0 20 s 20 'T'wo .................... 7 50 12 15 23 i3 Three ..................11 00 17 20 30 -10 Four.................... 15 00 2 26 38 50 Live ............. .... 18s00 26 30 4I Eleven (!-col.)... 34 00 50 60 80 110 Sevont'n (1-col.)..50 00 70 85 120 170 Tw'ty-three (1c.) 65 00 90 110 160 22 Cards of a personal charactcr-when ad tuissible-will be charged double our reg ilar advertising rates...

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. — 28 October 1871

Wa hittheoeoje Reveals. .Lowa~eehake tells of an insect seen w-itIthb d core, of which twen ty-ý' ion's woul8d only equal a fl'. _ - ltarious kinds may be ; the ftites ofa grain of sand. ld a forest of beautiful trees, th: ri4 tneles, leaves and fruit. - Butterflies are fully feathered. Haliub dhollow tubes. The l~f otir-bodies is covered with aeolaelike s4irsh. A single grain of sand.wqtyu Cover-one hundred and fifty of these scales, and yet- a scale covers tfive hundred pores.. Through these narrow openings the sweat-forces iti-- =like water through a sieve. "Thie-itite makes five hjindred steps a second. Each drop of stagnant water contains a.world of anlmated beings, swimming with as na ueh-liberty as whtles in the Eelineaf bas a colony olf isects graz St, ei -ikh iecows upon a meadow. t--a._ yve some care as to the air -yoOi'" bthe, the fodd you eat and tb ior f drink. 1-i Notet Glire Up." : Z aineman traveling in the north ee-.'. i'tof Ireland, heard the voices : en, 'ai ...

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