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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 20 January 1872

~-4 - .1 - I u, *12W - VOLUME~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ VII * ORE OIIAA AUDY JNAY2,172 hM 8 THE TELEGRAPH: Pub aM eey $at5rrday. Als -Monroe, Ouseit Paria, Lr. Matter aA PIzppLlit r. T1RRM8 OF BUB8CRIPTION. ".4o oopy one year,............. ....... ...... X4,00 ºiho eopy, sir months........................ 2.,00 ADnAZ4o3 RATIM .n0 copy, one year .................................,00 One copy, six months .......... ..........00 PHYSICIANS. Dr. Warn. Uadel r l 1NDERa his services as Physician and SSurgeon, to the public. He can be found upon his plantation, four miles below Mon roe. March 11, 1871. 25-ly Dr. T. P. Uahard.o, SOffice at Dr. Calderwood' old stand. opeal. attention given to Chronit. Sur i olt Cases. n2te )DR. J. CALDEIIWOOD. DRl. TRO. Y. RBY. Drs. tatlderwood & Aby. Momnoa, LA. O`FFICE in rear of Bernhardt's building, Second street, between DeSiard and the Railroad. Jan 5,1871 d&w a. L. BRACEY. N.. M'CRAW. BlrACEY ,& McCIAW, DENTISTS, 3Momnoc,'La., Oflloe on Grand Street,...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 20 January 1872

MONROE, LA., JANUT AY 2O, 187 d. w. *auieuu M "S-. Pau Together Je 43bsall The City I The people of Monroe have found, as ie,,i&tlFttteYar capa ble'e'f s aib#iinv in h where they hesitated to undertake but little, and they are dem -n that where s .~ever, 'the IT Irpe i Qs a business point, ,i r k.:how great have been t  r adstqes and how sincerely l ire "i - tolbe place and its tin o u ld (to butlt tlz.4h o walid ay they bh4'.` at:lasu: not imoh .eredit. Two S t. itr. pr ' gone, they Sthey are all .extion, to ..ecom ' . el5odWnow cheertally lnlc*W h plroseperity than el41Mi m i the itt matilgeh inat d mu4.y le ..and " aterprise, the great disaster tsateil 5- elboin ourselty, men find eveonl: ea-se: of congratbilations tand S i ibrigbter ifuture. Sn IIaC,eqpmitted under the. jusd blows o w teensi ty I.ght up sat hit. prospeet than we have ever maee'bfore. We haveh met with sym pteth n theirieu Cted rlvr sy, and aso 4 nuraneves has'sprung up a feel Ing f;hrotlerthOod and mu...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 20 January 1872

MONROE, LA., JANUARY 20, 1872. ADYEREIB INU REGULATIONS. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. . All advertisements sent to this oiice when not otherwise ordered, will be inserted "till forbid" and charged accordingly. Editorial business notices will be made. free of charge, of all advertisements ordered in the paper; for other editorial notices a chatge of 25 cents per line will be made. Au extra charge of 25 per cent will in future be made on ailr cuts above one inch in width, and upon all double-eolumn ad. vortisements a similar charge will be made. TARIFF- OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one ,Illar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less), for the first and seventy. live cents for each subsequent insertion, or nay time under one month. For longer periods as follows: NIUMBnEa SQ'REs. 1 In. 2 in. 3 m. in. 12in. Ono............ 37$ 7 9 13 20 Two..................7 50 12 15 22 80 Three............. 11 17 20 80 40 F'our ............

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 20 January 1872

"pis Elie. ? piit7 Y a X$. 1The' hoA t es, , ",! o09 1 Y breast, story. e ete mdear, With tr Providence, wo set _ !! upon her; Sdowry, love and honour. For Aved-tw ye s, my dear,, Howdr. k that n frown d overhead, hope ibresaow no morrow, PAnd wbesde our 'stlin dead Drenk our firt ep or sw. The children's prattle that we hear About our hearthstone swelling. O thed m all,the loving bad G j all yoru mother . - " * W heeqand hnau to hand " Clinging to one another. Whese'enmy.arm wswaryv e. . - u A eemI kn rew the way to teer, ur words were ever cheery_ , ,'W mamd thm rt epsy, and hI'm - ingh  ohelu her sy hri resolute ly' tohlmse.- ulret.ed e -ýwht wius haI dot I'll Windti' sinki..lo thlg -ad then here Yetletushed achairup to the tbreas Sertie'e MfIstake. ciammaned ia eryto sy, and fro m go and sue'lleded in reaching k he thing He opened the "funny Hitle door," and siftes atcing the ipn4Uuzs two. or three mdilnutes, tookoutlhekey. When he thought the clock was wound eno he triedto ge...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 27 January 1872

74j ýM 't y, J`1 J rý,.yr n _ r i4 -I; ~uem~k3rarw54.q -~ : ; r. Y tit6 `La.1 of the . "Cat'9n : ndle All· nil to eli tirt lit. 'Mrs T. . '8 'AU.ip l,-a. in-3ua atrutrssof~he 1rim=Donroe a., Two.In o of the eftb '.4. aoIso on. em O IA$!T t; f;iBtri~WUE~~k, T 4t £ (AYSCL MONHLY Ma... ......... 11.y of"'etb r w," . . Dfvngi Wnmetpa, ndI Th yoU. Ot:Rallz~? iq., Iarooro a atnt in j e a at teachers' S~l. C.. MLCoRK, Pnaruot rremoMut., The *s ior oil, er - jji ' .. .. ....... . 4 Classiesotlor tr e innt ) . 6.00 0 No dedulcbi will behi made engcep inras et pr d sib , bat heome- aci a Ai~.ib·aT.o B4d is estdd. -and fn soau d e. ga.Ipriva te 0-aiieat uet iten pbpin ote monthay.lauav1,1872. Cladal~~ or clntiic.. 0 ofrotr edai poknstIdeb ch at oU anon Dec. iM 2871.4 * Itf A. L ts ! ."__ý__ Ins ---- - . L. WAA9. Lnc~aPtePt~r'y r & Ob~ ERAW,,e Lavat)Mit O MA l ar TAN' [Pb49. 42 of CI trmia', Lworleanau. WIN FACTORS AND GENERALI.W . F t # .a-. avl lu I  .a ti , ad eo zIluae elst 1 .mt ten...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 27 January 1872

:r. 4 ^ -~i~s·~;i ve6hR: - ýa45ng total .o r, i6 he of lei »" ee na ou wAs the which a ,a usehes and wathou a! wrlii people have SL,, ý of, their public under these eej . with Crter and l w lnary manem ta the remov I .wos eeeaWry to Ba 4 the ad taption of the Nhs l eme Oeteeinly apptoerhlhg a OVtag- Warmoth's certain @an b hthrust his Metro - ill10 1 , ' &H the House Sit ttly took °caa5nand of that 4. TSSttUg. q his arrest and that ( sev[+e members W the legislature, S! eaottheanovement to his move to tawre bepjeseentatives And violently INNt U &ls as their Speaker. Fol )eigld the arrests came the unseating e Ox Warmoth membem, f0r DOn - am-ei a the paril esthey olaimed * l'~egrsmant, a proceeding sancteoned W ge. Then came the IgiI ae gase~sea called between & Apmt U o pranmet brom one ·ang b and the re-cgaanima uarahe Hewith Crter left out, hbl pretorlan guards amanartyexpte -a heahle mesas fat, tis Bepub hs irtanes iaghts had It part in Eous~aP~imbd hnil~aM admmi hei·...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 27 January 1872

f+ t .. y .. ... 4 h ti ]' . 1.. ~·t y f <']: lil. iiy_ II. tC ý0 Tw1u in - *elm-wfv nwoshab Jas.-; Drew '` AnJ i hmv~i ipL·ub eg, ttq orpa, our dells- 1 ,AGENT 8UUannonm and , w i use to, £ Oahepay- i1 *• i'e -have been at nu.sual eps.ae yea4ea, ptsweuataby and iwaproti. iltd a reafdanee riourriwg obliga Sia not t6 be dhaltardet. Our * p20 AOm -we*aweaiws kti*ig d, must see the neceasity for .ie cal, and eto sinoerel trust they -@AU PROMPTLY and GACRFULLY | :tmeet it , .1;Deoenber I1,187j. . F; Prom di esti- quarters we hear of, intentions to open a bank in our city. There neverwas a finer opening for a -' >k than there is here. Cotton is brought here in wagons from the Arkansas line and ibove, and sold.- Suplpose we only had a railroad w he Bartholomew! Probably we will Iave it before long. "If Ever The railroad'is completed to Shreve port," is an expression employed to denote a period of remoteness almost inconceivable. When youhear of. the 'early completion of this road...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 27 January 1872

& rude boy tdeslls all yoawe apuoebox he would not, and ;' `'mathieat naghty picture. tt aldtheold man; "then I ý edown." So he pulled b le and fred. several blhMy but this made the young. Sr the old man was crose could' not hit a barn-door. 4"WenweI" maild the old man, "it nth words nor hoe-pistols will do, I must try what virtue there is in nit ry eerine ;" so that old man pulled '"au a two-quart can of torpedo mixture uld-xploded it under the chap, who coolly whistled lIf Ever I Cease to Loe," while-the old mana went soar agaaway Into the sky like a kite. Metal n seer tr 18Y lah thewick Sosrath nitrohly'aerie, unless you are ready togo up youmelf 'Tl Saew Prayer. Alittlegl wentout to play one day labe frsh maew asnow, and when she eane in ehe uldt- t, Mamma, I eeulda't bdp Elri When I was out ad ." 'brdli? you pray kr, e~-'kiar.eds pe in Sunday me, and I lhall be Paswue be sam *.at -Yf~r .aa. p4: i ioss, a-te eeking Grnee 0. "no t , el y,, has a ld 4 b old, which mayr be fned...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 3 February 1872

VOLUME VII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATUR)DAY, FEBRUARY l3, 1872. NUMBER 20. THE TELEGRAPH: Publiahed every Saturday. At Monroe, Ouaehita Parish, La. c-. wT . 2CoCz3o2L .17Tr31, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIOn. ilte copy, one year........................ 4,00 ne eopy, six months.......................... 2,00 ADVANCB RATE: one copy, one year,........................3,00 One copy, six months,......................2,00 PHYSICIANS. Dr. Win. Sandel rTENDERS his services as Physician and 1 Surgeon, to the public. He can be found upon his plantation, four miles below Mon roe. March 11, 1871. 25-ly Dr. T. P. Richardson, ) IIYSICIAN, Surgeon and Obstetrician. Otffice at Dr. Calderwood's old stand. Special attention given to Chronic Surgi cal Cases. n20:1y DH. J. CALDERWOOD. DR. T1OS. Y. ABY. "Drs. Calderwood & Aby. MoNROm, LA. OdFFICE in rear of Bernhardt's building, fSecond street, between DeSiard and the iRailroad. Jan 5, 1871 dg&w e. L. BRnACEY. t. F. M'ORAiW. RB ACEY &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. — 3 February 1872

tuahita _Weiegrapb. MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 3, 1872. O. W. McORANIZ. Edter. HOW TO BEPVO THE PRINTING LAW We would caution Democrats of the General Assembly against certain re forms (?) proposed in the law relative to printing. We have no objection to saying there shall be a State printer. We do not believe any thing can be gained by the bidding or contract system. But let the instructions to the State printer ba full, exact a positive-so much work to be don so much. The different departments ought to be restricted in their printing privi Idges. Entirely too much printing is done ostensibly for the State by her officers, when favorites are alone to be benefitted. This can be prevented by prescriblng that the departments may print and in what style and at what cost; all other printing to be paid for by them. So much for State printing. WVhen it comes to parochial, municipal and legal printing, the best, fairest and simplest law that can be framed is that to be found in the Revised Stat...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 3 February 1872

tON ROI", LA.," FEBRIrUA IY:3, 1i72.' ADVEIRT'rISNI G IEUULAT'I'I ON1, 'T'ransient advertisemenlo ts must ti Inl,:i for in advance. All advertisements sent to this ollce when not otherwise ordered, will be inserted "till forbid" and charged accordingly. Editorial business notices will be Iando. free of charge, of all advertisements ordered in the paper; for other editorial notices a charge of 25 cents per line will be ul :de. An extra charge of 25 per cent will in future be made on all cuts above one inch in width, and upon all double-column ad vertisements asunilar charge will be Illmde. 'i'ARIFF OF A)DVEIITISIXNI IRATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one tdollar antd fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less), for the first, and sevouty lito coents for each subsequent insertion, for any tine tider oneo. month. For longer periods as follows: NriUTMBER SQ'ES. 1 n1. 2 ,I. 3 In. 6 1e.121t. Oine....... .........$3 7 $ 7 $ 13 $ 20 Two........ ...... 7 50 12 15 22 30 Three.....

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 3 February 1872

x6M~ fl , LA., FEBRUARY 3, 1872. Little Snow Flake. BY TIM LINKINW\VTEIR. [(It the Insane Asylum at Jackson, La., we met a beautiful little gill, only six years of age, who anxiously requir- t ed'lf we had come to take her home. Tlhe physician assured us that she was 1 gentle, obedient, and of a most lovable diposition. Her beauty and gentle ness have given her in the Asylum the pet name of "Snow Flake."] Faintest dreanms of reason Itoating c Through the mind of wandering child, f LittleSnow Flake, pure and sinless As her namesake on the wild, f Lifts her eyes suffused with tear drops, t Speaks in voiceof melting tone, *'Have you come to me from mother ? Are you here to take me honme ?" Scarce six summers have passed o'er her, But their tides have brought her bane, Taken from her heavenly reason, Placed her 'mid the more insane. Only one clear memory left her, * 'Tis ofwhere she used to roam ; Clouds still show this rift, and heaven Comes to her in dreams of homse. Patient, loving, ...

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. — 10 February 1872

VOLU~VME VII. MONROE, LOUIISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1872. NUMBER 21. THE TELEGRAPH : Published every Saturday. At Mlonroe, Ouachita Parish, La. CGr. WtN. ShdEoC ELRA 3.2 3, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIOŽN. Olne copy, ono yoer,......... ...........1,00 Ono copy, six lonllth...................... .. ,00 ADVANCE IRATES: O ,lo copy, one year,.............................3,00 (ino copy, six mllonths.....................2. ,00 PHYSICIANS. Dr. WVai. Mandel rlENDERS his services as Physician and Ssurgoon, to the public. IIo can be found upon his plantation, four miles below Mon roe. March 11, 1871. 25-ly Dr. T. P. Richardson, 1)IYSICIAN, Surgeon and Obstetrician. Oflico at Dr. Caldorwood's old stand. Speooial attention given to Chronic Surgi cal Cases. n20:iV 1)1i. J. CALDEWOOD. DII. THIOS. Y. AY. Drs. Calderwood & Aby. MoNROE, LA. OF'FIOCIin rear of Bernhardt's building, Socond street, between DeSiard and the Railroad. Jan 5, 1871 d&w S. L. BR.aCEY. N. F. .M'C...

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 February 1872

0. W. McGRANIN. Editor. MONROE,LA., 1F.EBRUARY 10, 1872. TRIUMPHANT VINDICATION OF THE DEEMOCORACY. "Now is the winter of our discontent Made glorious summer by this" Congressional Investigating Comunlit t-c, whereof Gleni W. Schofield, a good Radical congressman of Pensylvania, is chairman. We very greatly feared, when DMr. Dawes first asked the House to aend us a court of inquisition, and the Democrats, acting upon the state rights doctrine, opposed the resolution, that the Republican majority would for once take good Democratic ground and not send the committee asked for; for, in truth, there is nothing connec ted with the government of Louisiana, since April, 1868, that the Rephublicans had rather not the world should re main ignorant of. But there was, for tunately, in this case a wheel within a wheel: in fact, there were several small inner wheels. Gen. Grant's appointees were formally arraigned, and, neces sarily, his administration too. It was important for his re-nomination...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 10 February 1872

Al)VELTISI NG IEI EVULATIONS. 1' ra.u.iaitt advcrtisoements ml hlust be paid :\AL a dvertiaisahont soozt to tale. oilior wheln , 041 ot of Ier'avx ordered, Nvil b· e inserted it I orbtid' 1)041 chr/eel(I) Orecor)1a44iii 4/. I iiiorl ,ol 44si11 n lvticestweil I(!rmade.ed jol .e141 1)1a141), 10) 1411 (I101atis (Yer11 )leea ail.4ace ol 25 cents Pea le will te u:ullme. \n ('10'? (aIoge1 2. -Ie* Per et t will in tea t 1t104)1 44)4 all cuts tl41)oV0110 oiec 11)1 i0411)4)4 Iat siolill) 1lOge will he made. I'.).ill 1o (IF l \I) Al it''ISIl N 1 It.\''12. tal 1 )1i144)4la ta will 141) sete :).4))at o)1(4e I .llarl. tau ti'ly centrl per aapoar1) (one inch Ct" *l)' or less), iar th)) ti rat, alol seventy )iv c aS)) 15 ar eachttl 41)s)1 j)imt i))Merl 4))), for tast ti Ile 1)1der) 0))u 1) ia))th. For longer 11 4)0............ ......... I i 7.43 7 2)) . :1 ] in T .. .........l............ 0 1L 15 _.ý :1 111)t~o ........... 1 V) I (14 7 20 :,1) "1o .',4)) 10 4 7 l ) l'i " ern (V-eol.).. Iai (I)1 (i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 10 February 1872

MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 10, 187Z. The Beauty of Simplicity and Truth. A little girl, nine years of age, was offered as a witness against a prisoner, who was on trial for a felony commit ted in her father's house. "Now Emily," said the counsel for the prisoner, upon her being offered as a witness, "I desire to know if you understand the nature of an oath?" "I don't know what you mean," was the simple answer. "There, your honor," said the coun sel addressing the court, "eis anything further necessary to demonstrate the validity of my objection? The witness should be rejected. She does not com prehend the nature of an oath." "Let us see," said the Judge. "Come here my daughter." Assured by the kind tone and ilan ner of the judge, the child stepped to ward him, and looked confidingly up in his face, with a calm, clear eye, and in a manner so artless and frank, that went straight to the heart. . ,"Did you ever take an oath?" in quired the judge. The little girl step ped back with a look of...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 17 February 1872

E. ONO, OUS , SATURAY,. NUMBER g rp. VOLUME VII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1872. NUMBER 22. THE TELEGRAPH: Publishoe every Saturday. .1 tMolnroce Ouachita Parisli, Iat. a,-.W. 3%=<t CRA.N=EE Editor and Proprietor. 'I'ELtIS COF' SIUSCRxI'ION. l hle uo year,0110 etd jiB.) .. ....................... _,tOU ADV\AC1E IBATES: ejiy co , sione yeall PHYSICIANS. Dr. BVna. Saandel r iE 1.NI.EIIS his services as Phy simia i:l ntl .1 Surgeon, to the public. lle ':t be timlutd ponlL his plaitatiotl, foulr imiles 1beTlt)w 3loln Matrch 11, 1571. ".-1y Dr. T. 11. liclaardson, )IIYNJCIAN, Surgeon and Obstetrician. S lUtliao at 1)r. Ca'lderwood's old si:liud. Speciatl attention givens to ('iChronie n'urgi " Ises. nt'J: y Ilt. J. CAL.E.I)IVOOD. 1)11. 'TIOS. Y. AlY. Drs. ('alderwood & Aby. MoONROE, LA. S"L[FFIC1' in rear of Biernhatrdt's building, ]Second street, between D)OSiard :lud the tRailroad. Jan 5, 1871 d&w S. I. AI. N. F. M'(CASV._ B AClfY &. lctURlAW, l) 1" ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 17 February 1872

0. W. WIcOlleA . dMt.. MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 17, 1872. RADICAL ECONOMY ILLUNTRATEDI! STATE OF LOWUIANA FOR SALE!! We Introduce a serious subject by re peating a comic-serious speech of a negro legislator in South Carolina, named Tucker. The subject under de bate was the State debt. South Caroli na, our readers are aware, is heavily in debt, and it is puzzling her people to tell what to do to save their credit. During the debate, Tucker made these philosophical remarks upon the situa tlion : ",Gent'men, how is we goin' to pay this thing? Don't the members say we arc bankrupt? How ken a bankrupt payadebt? Say? Isay this. I say that every man in this chamber, and out side of it, is a counterfeit !" The pungency of this illustration is in the comparison of a man who can not pay his debts to a piece of coin that is spurious. Both present an appear ance of worth and value, and both are worthless in the payment of financial obligations. Mr. Tucker aggregates the people of his State, and p...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 17 February 1872

MION1IOE, LA., FEBRUARY 17, 1872. ADVERTISING IREGULATIO NS. Transiont advertisements must be paid for in advance. All advertisemsents sent to this office when not otherwise ordered, will be inserted "till forbid" and charged accordingly. Editorial business notices will be mado. free of charge, of all advertisements ordered in the paper; for other editorial notices a charge of 25 cents per line will be made. An extra charge of 25 per cent will in futuro be mnado on all cnts above one inch In width, and upon all double-column ad vertisemnents a similar charge will be made. 'l'AltIF OF AD)VERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dolllar and tilty cents per square (one inch of space or less), for the first, and seventy live cents fhr each lubsequent insertion, for any time under one mouth. For longer periods as follows: NUMuEn''"R sq'REN. I n. 2 In. 3 in. 6 m. 12m. one..................$3 75$ 7 $ 9 $ 13 $ 20 'wo................ 7 50 12 15 22 3( Throee.................. 1...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 17 February 1872

MONROE, LA., FEBRUAiRY 17, 1572. fle ttle Jallt. ... . . . . . . ... ... + . .. . . . . . .. . L- +- - + Mental Difference Between the Sexes. It is a well ascertained fact that girls are more precious than boys, and that between the ages, say, of nine and fif teen, and, indeed, till probably a sonic what later period, they materially dis tance them in any conceptive examin ation in subjects proper to both. '.The same observation may be made of'such races as, for example, the Celtic, when compared with the Teutonic, or with Orientals when confronted with ordina ry Europeans. It is for this reason tilat Irish youths obtain Ifar more' thanii their numericalshare of the good. things which are annually given away in Eng land and in India to young feillows of eighteen, who distance their fellows in stiff intellectual tests ; and on this :c- count that a cry of alarm has b(eeIi raised that if ilindoos are allowed to compete with Britons at the saLtme age for the same prizes, tile civil gov...

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