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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 13 July 1872

VOLUME VII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1872. NUMBER 43. THE TELEGRAPH: Pablished every gatiwday. AT 2IONIROE, OUAC0HIT'rA PARISH, LA. cSA-. TrV. IV~cCSZ"L .bf l.lditor anld( Proprieltor. t re C............... ....New Orleans. F'ranklc Michaux ........... ........New Orleans. Jas. C. Drew, and Jleheil Brothers, Traveling Agents. All otlher agencties ar: Iie'terrib revoked. AIVERTIMINNG ll( 1t 1U'LATO, l S. T'ransienlt adlvert.iseiellts mllust lie painl flor in (idv(Ltte. All aldvertilsensent sent to this otliee whlltl not otherwise ordered, kill be insertred "till forbid" illd cha erged cco(lingly.I/ lE:litorial business nIl)tihes will be madle. free of charge, of all advertiscolietsls orldered in the paper; lbr other editorial notices a clIargo of 25 cents per line will be Imadtte. Anl extra chlarge of 25 per cent will inh fotlre Ioie Illtado ol all .its above o110 ill(Lch ilt width, and upon all doulle-ciollln ad vert isetmients a sitilar clha'glI will lbe miadle. 'TA...

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. — 13 July 1872

Oracritaa 8nrgr pJs. 0. W. McOUANIE. Editor. MONROE, LA., JULY 13, 1872. THE ARIUMENT OF A BOLTER AN SWEREI. t We were preclided last week, by pres-of work, from analyzing the rea- I sons ofiered by Capt. Blackman, for i bolting the Democratic State ticket. Having then noticed the Captain's a record as a Democrat, and establishcd his- indebtedness to the Democracy, as also his efforts toward disorganization heretofore, we proceed now to notice his reasons for bolting. What we shall offer in reply to Capt. Blackman, will not be so much a reply to the individ ual, as a general review of the situation as it itffects the duty and conduct of the citizen. Said Capt. Blackman in his speech at Ale~andria: Under ordinary - circumstances I should refrain from speaking of the action of the Convention, and quietly submit to its decision, and use every effort in my power to secure thesuccess of the ticket nominated. Let me here add that the ticket nominated is com posed of high-toned, honest 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. — 13 July 1872

bradthis Vhd.pah MONROE1, T.A., .I11LY 1::. 1572. AlanoIIncI' Calndidat s, (ar terltis ftor nn otlwinti, elalid:te-s a:'e Its Iiilows: L' rishl l ollies ..................... ........ ..I i )ist rit otlicex ...... .......... . Ot Sitate oflices ......... ...................... :t) ti Alllolllt'elnelts buSt hr' a)i:onp:oitedl "y the aimone- or its e'lquitvaielt. C(ANDIIATEN. For Judge' of the 11th DUistrict. Vo .are autzhorized to ilannloul(e A. ('. 1ILL, Itsq., as a e'auididato for Judge of tlhe 11th Distrie, composeid of" the par ishes of ('laiborne, Union, J:lnek.ioni and Bienville. We are authorized to nllllounlen .Tludg T. i. 'I'oiPluItss, of LUTllionll It ( lllditlatte' finr .uadge of tile lth .Jndiei:a district, (olll posnd oflthe parishes ofl nion, Jtackson, ('lailornl and 1tienlyille. For Judge of tihe Il(th I)istriet. TVo are authorized to :nltoun11(.e IlsIN. IsAIAhI (t.ARRE'rr taS It e:llitlidlte fir .-ltldge of the 11th .ludihial listrict, oi posedtl of tile Iparisiles o...

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. — 13 July 1872

MONROE, LA.,,JULY 10,,1872. A Ladyj' Visi to A , riisti~g O.Iice. So you set therB all day and ent peeces from the newspapers: I should like that, it is so much likepatch work. Yes, madam, we excissorize, though we are obliged toweave eclsiderable olotlh our 017 ei- "" :)3c'4is Our 'tihair and gtvethePyulipu id9as ofoliting apaper. Me! goodness I wouldn'ttsettdown There and write wheti' everybolly lswritihg, atone for the world ; writing makes a person so cross. iBaideao, your tablois ,all-ink.; rwhy' it would, eSt"ly new drews; why3dori't you. have a ntce tiaulbgony tgble, ana lcewhite curtaitn at tel indowas WhlatmnAkes you hang up these dusty old papers in the room? If I wvas obliged'to stay here the floor should be washed and carpet laid down; it must be dreaklful tplive iitqudch. manino. Oh! these are our files; we couldn't dis pense with them i ery well ; :arid' as for a. carpet, we fear it wouild frighIgn away our customers. Dear me, the gentlemen are sq cajele.s alboxu ...

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. — 22 July 1872

VOLUME VII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, MONDAY, JULY 22, 1872. NUMBER 44. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday. AT MDONROE, OUACIIITA PARISII, LA. O. ~TW. SI/oC3E:LLTII, Editor and Proprietor. AGENTS: Mclntyre & Co.....................New Orleans. Frank Michaux....................New Orleans. Jas. C. Drew, and Behen Blrothers, Traveling Agents. All other agencies are hereby revoked. ADVERTISING REGULATIONS. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. All advertisements sent to this ollico 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 charge of 25 cents per line will be made. An extra charge of 25 per cent will in future be made on all cuts above one inch I in width, and upon all double-column ad- I vertisements a similar charge will be made. TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one ...

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 1872

* sckitab gtad.jajpb. S. W. =oyU1flU.. Edter. - MONROE, LA., JULY 22,1872. TEg OBEELUR.MUeRN Y MASS NEET S' fti l BAUECUEl * N/ )t!>a A ihr! The People Aeruse! A Oralt Slaeas--a eryb.dy Delitghtes It is estimated that there were fully three thousand people here on Satur day, in attendance upon the Mass meet ing convoked to ratify the Baltimore and Uinited State tickets. No such gathering, it is certain, has been seen in Monroe for many years. What the numbers would have been, with due notice and fair weather, we are not pre pared oven to guess; but therday pre ceeding, true, for once, to the predic tions of Old Probabilities, was stormy and brought rain in torrents, and the management had bad only eight days in which to publish the purposes and time of the meeting. Even Saturday dawned cloudy and threatening, and faithful to the weather signs the rain poured down again just at the meridian of our exercises, causing a stampede of the people to friendly shelters, and a hasty coveri...

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 1872

OYor the e.tC the. . Stot t l lspiitp ivtmem arbegin ' hf e hl;tane K'shuest nen t'e " " in: at't 3imm a .'talom: tah' r S fpminra ores, a leade. iTs .u udeta blishmnt anso inee hexi ai +hto i s aet lei t tetrn o to the ed~tled, !D' Arkansas Wene em plebu , git ilt Tie years: will ':opena e a cOqetato snuch enter ..: air:. Ne Ytrted the Amerieb The mt1lii whih is rtm the fol is oane o aserlead ins4. euit .i teis are begin waz e-rseThe~t tenIwd btoTHE e a therstonroea.m, the itezam rrlli en e o by the isbuged, and causes, an intenw yrswi This l the otl rnaee of.tb e nd eer th th a a in ores, hast eis oit hee. ~,fnl a to theit ple from The metall Gieal treatment of the in alias then-m, ushedot o- zmer between S on m ollr r by steam, then ie with t rme all dus lfand pat in farh ,The open end of each retort condensesr, lated to the first by means of at Ths so frnh e onde n ing he, the oxide of zinc bectmes re-t dhed to metal bis the arbonmixned ith it, batonsiesmetal of i...

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 1872

ra1ies 09 ý ' . JUDGE. tE S SEC. Ladies aw "'S SEECH. ,seesore Du-1 ae'e ' to rata t toh't o ':e.: Bal ore' yCovnoin , doeyour eanf frlaeas ueleofNw York, theý'ottlce ýPe ee! ''-lidVto t~etl denhtof- o r Stttet.. FPouhr. lart have rolled+.'=' oc"I h` edt rTJ1 nio le ore o!'tien o Wdernseti o 'au e, - eosaith'aont' in fT1or ofP iillrnt to p'it CunrelfyhoI oh f rt, to ,i of t:ienet an aLv . oatso, It tot heplueet Jhc agul lMenfr tr . Qostwamened Aish som, o " ole. end pnhaphayacd_ tes s.", m@ t th, honor oe '5t7.hus of a toe efncfreetic ano w '~ nal me aer of th at oa Loi aOtl 'o nm remndandiee. I~.o~~ tiponrat, Co' "d.r s t bet oo ntthat to~~onva'O tUt ,that ticket, as well ore mo It wen the plree nt'af h i Covention teu-Iit Woý end~prih ee JoehfMOtanry. ( a:be pleasnro to ay'sto tudioa tion are tatt e  : , ' ' ` CONBERRLýf·I .t P ?a t' ý .L·~ of the North and Soakhaatah eea .n lawakened, with some ý oe at ration of good.goveezaat tthin happy land. It aittizis Meelmas- to esy ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 22 July 1872

5sshahoto the ;mome t'e S, qaion :trmbl- e in v ' " hasoundertakeao s~ sb them t yur oaf the t " so;t, a he re ' o b e no " me, ta k h taeb dno iooh i lTstrike itsh oitc .wJ~organsionybupot not seeme *ion une ntoo o the o als of the t n eed,owe, iid -ot to wagsd -.wwant rmthe' time -ne 'tohand wh-ante the S- of oi tsa eou-ad oteed this m ahent .rtefor that about the same time Sw Ion shallnotundertake toe .ato yon ,iowrrt hapued. butn the nooihat i eras enot eoeltedn. My opi n isithia o naci toi TL- o~s una hiat himere a bea, wne - ma'.eeson s nho otg U toa Siti me.t etmork thierseet  tbeti pou to reforn oveie rthoie wst fon. the heit bhije piena to big : aboett co eani timde ople. t wits antehr blackan aendt comm-e ttrniose a clas ho boent ionabd o ut, thate ori ddrnwho P em h. m. was dem fredr that Irs obld form upon there foton - mho ertfree wa. two the fiemnt ofut obei -tein .othe owhitestil and blaksot. he S ne rah - sa it hwso decaed a thattm e fedr edirsneeno fsro...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 22 July 1872

t rito the peoel.suohrwe have been; and such tbeo ,demonsaratlon whloh e atat to a e ln U of our POliýia+ l for' amA lSart. The unte op ont ftIseen emnen who are with i au4t we reabout we uil. oy true tour own pn O -lres dpi_. t ... o· f c 'abe }·~ AIL I ýTý· b·i ·;' it F thaw, ther ho. Into doio rove Wba emle' w naee "- . Z o Cohetieu-h ia, ds mos fato Od0' fr Ut .ot t hon d n; the o- tre te recutlv6 of e wof oiina, ow~m. :It ibg~r tms. ·o yOpdidleaon sre sl the yo sup b willg huntin'to ofd y te l tar. utht. rray. 1., thoserwheo hsoe bt* thed 4offliesrt, whw cteedaib tS .poed in th Idonotpbe "O;~ LBnRAZ, lUXTbX.Xo.W OR "Z.XGmI~LL fro icdpov)~~ IIA~h -.' spi o. '1& .O 'LUII-' " ' BW dtirhaet s eif ain x ate. Aes ftO ooeiob1n .-Whe itjye thr t hermyt itiOwL oUedatnd.L:Ba snacq. not Jetap'teamti haverstghaimes, sold ___s~ati hter' kosbtility th pow. Orlmm' :'hve beeort 1 d m ia in plan5.-,and llke Bo htoh..oewp ny i oo®dene ; ' vebee elvaed'i thpeame ofbra the mo lt...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 22 July 1872

~Andrrnieth ' 1vIi xna3 r , tan rln l ii1.e el llt, host(i t c·:l il: t0' &I" Parish un' eos .............. ............ l... l .; '!. Iis' rice, omllitn 'em......... to". lllliiiiil . I'.; SI;\i~ ~llicc·......... ..................~ i,, ,( ý:%'e li"' aitli orzet to ................ 110 g '' Jth ge I1 ftn1 1 1th its ,l)tliui i;ttim i n i ( 'A D IUI,,r ·rs. itor J.ude of' tIhe' I1111, i)istOimi. W'ue are authotlrized'i to :miiiotiti'i It. e'.! i1-11 A.5 4 e i'A nuo-rz'r w :i 'imti i:ite tint .1 i~t I. . of the ~ lo~irc c t 11111 itr'tt, ~I ·1,,r 1l f t e ' 1·. " i1' 1 ofl- .1 udjeti rt"i, l 1it liii, .1111 isoil ' :1x,1 'tint :nnobil'iiltv iien ' t I ii in-I o' biii JIIc o'ltI'iimts. Ii*l~c( \\'e. Itr't authonrnied to :11am' ugh ilinIra. lt.rt'b1' Stllblslhofi ttl 11.4 :1.:'iliittimte i ii' Iix tJuilg oLtormaoy bi' ti110 1.ttin .(list ri'ti Iuist twt, i!Oltbptiieb pa it ies i:1,'nisii,.at' i bliliu<l't it , I'd u," tinisi n lttb'tllntiol. For SJd teIilt . We are aunthuotrzed t...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 22 July 1872

MONROE, LA., JULY 22, 1872. ONLY A BABY. TO A LITTLE ONE JUST A WVEEK OLD. on a nbaby, 'hout any hair, 'Cept Just alittlo here and there. Only a baby, Name you have none Barefooted and dimpled, Sweet little one. Only a baby, Teeth none at all What are you good for, Only to squall ? Only a baby, Just a week old What are you here for, You little scold? The Baby's Reply. Only a baby ! What should I be? Lots o' big folks Been little like me. Ain't dot any hair ! Es I have, too S'pos'n I hadn't, Deess it tood grow. Not any teeth Wouldn't have one; Don't dit my dinner Gnawin' a bone. What am I here for? 'At's pretty mean ; Who's dot a bettor right, IT ever you've seen ? SWhat 'm dood for, Did you say? Eber so many tings, Ebery day. 'Tourse I squall souietintes, Sometimes I bawl; Zae dassent spant nim Tause I'm so small. Only a baby ! Es, sir, 'at's so; 'N if you only could, You'd be one, too. 'At's all I've to say; You're most too old ; Dess I'll dit into bed, Toes dittin' told. Brownie'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. — 27 July 1872

VOLUME VII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1872. NUMBER 4 THE TELEGRAPH: Published ovory Saturday. AT MON IOE, OUACHlTA PARISH, LA O W T . 25WEOCRNA.IE , :Editor and Proprietor. AGEN'T1S: h'llltyre &d Co...............N\ew (OrleaI:s. F'rank liclnux....................ew Orleans. Jas. C. DrFOV, anId lihetn Brothlers, 'l'raveling Agents. All other agencies are hereby rovokltd. A.DVERTISING IEUIU UL.A'TIONs. Tl'ransient advertislements ullst o be pitt for ill ad can cc. All advertisemenllts sent to this aolicei when not otherwise ordered, will be itscrtled "Lill tbrbid" and charged accordingly. IEditorial business notices will loi maude. froe of charge, of all advertisollents ordered ill the paper; for other editorial notices a chasrge of 25 cents per line will be made. An extra charge of 25 per cent will in fulturn loe mlado on all cuts abovo one ilnchl Il width, and upon all double-colhumoi ad vtrtisogents a sinmilar charge will be made. TA1I.FiI'i, OF ADVERTISING: RATEr ...

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 July 1872

MoN. W. ic iI r. MO0NROE, LA., JUL 72 MT - -TAI Th JoaO.I., TSH- E IIEAD. sis of, the situation in the Bossier Although' the black population of Louisiana, by the last census,. exceeds the white by only two thousand votes, yet 'there are but twenty-three parishes outof the fifty-six wherein the white vote is'in-thoe majority. Thepo, have just; fifty, Representatives out of, the hundred and: seven. ,One of these par ishes is Orleans, which sends Represen tatives by districts, and: may reasona bly be expected.to send, seven Grant men. uts, if the. Mate were to ,elect Representatives on the principle of two partie, white and black, the black would have a najority of twenty-one. Hereto fore the parties in this, State, since 1867, have divided pretty much by color: It should be so no longer, and by a Union of Liberals and Democrats, it could easily be prevented. But by a uinio' only of o ieformers" and J)emo crats it could pot. After, reacting thile, above, we were prepared for the fran...

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. — 27 July 1872

1MONKlol, LA., JI IV 7,;, 17_2. Antoulcilng Candtidate... I'ari l tlite  . .............................. s1:, tit) ti~.lrtrict tillei es .............................. "7, i1) lSt:ile oltie .ca .................. .... .. . 00 {ti tti eII e.V or t its eitlli\vttdtlt. ('. Ai)IDATES. Ior Judge of the llth D)itriclt. We are authoriziedi to ulnounie A. C' .111.1., 1.:sq., as i tatlsdilate t o'r .I tltlg ,It' the 11th I)istri.t, oolpliused i f the pil, isihes of ('laithtniro , t 'lnio 11n , e ksoiIl aunnal Iand lienville. Fori Jtuiitiadg un-e uicl h Iith Iii tr, 1 . \IV re aulr tholrized to an:4llnl nlu o nitel lII I|ii. 1 A'o- 'IN i ft"  I, 's *i th itlidtite tin 'udgo e isl't ltJ iitviey ilis ri-.t, hnpos[,d t. ot the parisheOs ol" Elioj, o . tloi, t':lihl -it hnbd ilien i i'e. d t i ide r i - For Judge of ith I tl t Di-,triat. e. D . Bae tutHl'ize ,l tof :llolnrehu s II he:rAeby (.nn lt.rT as a e: cailtndll |it"r ,|h,1. trio t Atltornee o t.he 14t .litlicii Ditlsd t, cothmposed...

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. — 27 July 1872

MONROE, LA., JULY 27, 1872. A Little Heroine. Miss Emma Burton is the daughter of Mr. A. R. Burton, of West Phila delphia. She is eleven years of age, and quite courageous, as the following incidents will illustrate: She is visit ing an aunt in Beverly, and one day last week, accompanied by a little cous in, twoyears old, and an attendant about fourteen years old, she stepped down the steep embankment which fringes theriver at that place, and commenced playing with one of the boats which was moored close by. After a time the little two year old stepped into the boat, which was imme diately shoved off by her companion. The rope let the boat go some distance intothe stream, and the child stood on one of the seats and clapped her hands with joy. In a moment the rope ran its length and the sudden stoppage pre cipitated the little one into the water. Without a.moment's hesitation little Miss Burton plunged into the river, and wading out until the water reach ed herarmpits, laid hold of 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. — 3 August 1872

VOLUME VII.. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1872. NUMBER 46. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday. AT .' MN ltOId, OUACHIIITA PARISHI, LA Car. WTT. 5o4Cl .%TEME IEditor and Proprictor. AG ENTS: .Mfintvre A C'o.....................New Orleans. Franu k lliullauttx ............N.... w ('IrCans. Jan. ti. Drew, antd Iehen Brothers, Tl'raveling Agents. All otllher agelncies are hereby revoked. Ai)VElRTISIN(; IRElITLA'T'I INS. ''Transient advertisemlents ,must be paid fIur in ttdlvancc. All advertlsenlonts sent to this oLlie' when nl othelrwise ordered, will be insertoed "till ifrblid"' andi charrged accordingIly. Editorial business notices will be madle. froee or lharge, ol'all advertiselmenlts orderedt in the paper; for other editorial notiets a lcharge ofe 25 cents per line will be mnade. An extra charge of 25 per ent will in futulre be made on all cuts above one intch III width, antid upon all double-collnll atd vertisenients a similar charge will be l:lmade. 'ITA tl IF 01 ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 3 August 1872

0. W. MRcORANIE. adUt.a MONROE, LA., AUGUST 4 1872. ABSTRACT OF SUPREME COURT DE CISIONS. onroe, uy Term, 1873. CHIEF JUSTICE LUDELING. R. W. Turner, under-tutor, vs. B. F. Oneal, Sh'ffet' al.-That part of judg ment decreeing that the property be sold subject to the general tacit mort gage of plaintflis, is annulled, and as thus amended, judgment affirmed. Amos Abrams vs. A. G. Teague. Judgment for plaintiff for $614 11, with legal interest from judicial demand, and for delivery of 8350 lbs. of lint cotton baled, or for $570 35, with legal interest from Jan'y 1, 1872. Attach ment retained, privilege recognized and reconventional demand dismissed. Defendant's costs. R. L. Gilmer vs. H. 11. Orton & Co., and Stacy & Poland.-Judgment amen ded by reducing the same to a judg ment in solido against the defendants for $120, with interest from March 6, 1871. Carroll, Hoy & Co. vs. Eliza W. Wooley.-Plaintiff's allege fraud in an account filed by defendant as adminis tratrix, in th...

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 August 1872

Auoun ini (' ditdales., S .lelrllots ir ntli onm ing ll e:ri : idtes o IP' rish otll cet s ...............................M.3 I l) I istrict oti s...... ..................... ... i, 00 Itate o. tleics .................. .............. r,50 Anu0lannPlents munst ha *li'erntp:lnied by tle mliien"y ol r is i lts iivalettl. ('ANl)IDA'FTES. For Ju.lldge of the 11th l)istrict. Ve are iauthorized to intolntce A. C. HILL., Isil., tas at candidate hilr Judlge of thle Ilthl DistrilL, comutlposied of lthe par. ishlei oIf Clatitorne, t'tioni, J(ackson IIanL Ilienville. " \Ve are authorized to anilounce Judge T. It. TO.MPKINS, O1f lliojn, ItM candidate for Judge of the IL1th.l ld licial dist.rict, colposed of thte parishes 'f Uniiio, .Iie' ln, ( 'laiborne :and Rienville. I'or Judge of the I-lil D)istrict. \Ve aro, aitltori'ed to aInouiinIIIe. IF)N,. IsA AI (AII A it':r :Is:teaulidatt, lil .1ndge, of' the Ilth .1udicial I istri.t, ciioiposid iof the parishes of I .ioreIho.iise, ()llit:lll:t a...

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 August 1872

MONROE, LA., AUGUST 3, 1872. Important Eleetlon Tables. VOTE OF LOt7SZiANA FOR PRL.SIDET AND STATE AUDITOR. 1870. " 1868. .Y g Phrin&C8. a 2 c2 Den,. Rep. Ascension ......... 15 938 1419 1125 Assumption ...... 1080 1823 1387 1375 AveyelleS.......... 822 1115 520 1345 B. Rouge, East.. 958 2440 1247 1350 B. Rouge, West.. 274 702 535 433 Bienville........... 754 93 1 1385 Bossier.............. 33 732 1 135 Caddo............. 1213 131 1 2895 . Caloasieu......... 424 8 9 814 Caldwell............ 370 340 28 503 Cameron ......... ... 220 ..... Carroll ............... 412 1343 1392 786 Catahoula.......... 288 459 150 809 Claiborne........... 1407 523 2 2952 Concordia.......... 32 1589 154 201 De Soto.............. 713 1032 . ..... 1260 Felociana, East... 803 1273 644 1411 Felieiana,West.. 303 1174 113:6 648 Franklin........... 381 226 ...... 1213 Grant ............... 296 5 ...... ...... Iberia ........ ..... 24 ...... ...... Ibervllo.......2.... 827 1496 2088 704 Jackson............ 6...

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