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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 10 August 1872

VOLUME VII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1872. NUMBER 4 THE TELEGRAPH: Pablished every Saturday. A'l1 MON ROE, OUACIIITA PARIISiH, LA cr. Tw. Mo-nrE.AsrE, Editor and Proprietor. AGENTS: Mlcintyre & Co .....................Now Orleais. IF'rank lichaux ....................New OrleaIns. Jats. C. Drew, and licheno lroth(ers, Traveling Agents. All other agencies are hereby revoked. AI)VERTISING REGULA'TIOSN. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advancg. All advertiseoments sent to this ollice when not otherwise ordered, will be ilsoerted "tLill forbid" and charged accordiIglý. Editorial business notices will be made. free of charge, ofall 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 inl fIture be niade on all cuts above one inch ini width, and upon all doublo-cc,'lulln ad vortisemnents a sitilar charge will be alxde. ITAI'RIIFF OF ADVERTISING RhATES. Advertisoements...

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 August 1872

a. W. x., ZUaR . Naoer. MONROE, LA., AUGUST 10,1872. UNION AND FRATERNITY. The union of. the Democracy with the Liberal 1tpibcs at Cincinnati and Baltimore, brings the North and South nearer together in brotherly sen timent than they have been since they fought fore freedom under the eyes of VWashington., History furnishes no parallel to it. A great party founded by the fatheps of the Republic; identi fied with, ifaottheoriginator, of all the measures which havegiven the country wealth and power at home and fame and standing abroad; strong in its or ganization; numbering its hosts by millions.; formidable in its leadership; embracing the wisest statesmen and most eloquent orators in the land; per fect in all its appointments to dare any enterprise or.meet any issue; as if by an inspiration throws off the appliances of war, and for the sake of peace the past is forgotten. The hands of life-long foes are clasped, the dangers ahead are mutually admitted, and with a frank ness worthy o...

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. — 10 August 1872

M,ONROi, LA., AUG(.UST 10, 1s87. ('ANI)DIDATIS. "For Judge of the Ith District. \"oe iare :unthorizIned to onnulnle A. ('. IlliA, Est., as a:t ctttlndidate oip . undge I (lihe II th District, coniposedl otf thie p:tr i . oll" ('l ibornlltn t'nlisll, a.i l .ksonl mil 'l l ville. \VO e'e liutthorizetl to ain eo l JnCG . u3ge rT. 11. 'i'io KIsII , otf oTIiol, ais nI tnindidlate ltr" .3 ndge oi'the I1th .1 udietal di.striet, onlpo'i.en 'teli- paiishes of t'nion .:kl, J ,'llaiIi-orlne xint 1ltn'nville. I'or Judtge of tihe 11th D)istrict. Voe Itle aItlthorized to tllonnOntll IIoN. I.A l AU.ilnniu':Tr s it n :lllldidattO flio' r . Judge ,of the 14th Judicial Distril.i, comnnposed ofk the litrisxhes of Morehouse, (luanhlita : il "This ainnnuneonentl i.s ma1tdte at the re l3)e'" of llnlany fijenitds. "For I)istrict Attorney.ofthe 1-ith Distirict. WV. 1). ]IltI(OAMnr, Es1., of 1"lolehollseo is I ery'nII :innOlunlledn as I ca andid:ate fthr Dis I ri. t Attorn.ey of the I Ith1 JIdit-iasl ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 10 August 1872

*acbittza ititgofAph. MONROE, LA:, AUGUST 10, 1872. gENEBALBRANT OF THE V. S. A. AyI-"OAPsrA JENES." was General Grant of the U. S. A., With z nqt g to do~but lounge all day, "£ f anda ih~iokea and draw my pay A General of the Army. Howto --hhow to fight I had shown the rebels how to fight, d Ewasn the pet of the army. I was General Grant of the U. S. A. I fear that I will rue the day W Wn gave up thehonorsand pay OfGineral of the Army. I am President now of the U. S. A. Not much to do, and lees to say, With plenty of gittsand better pay Than as 8eneral of the Army. Igive my ~relations eaoeh a place, Ea chw' hap e esoh a place r give my relations each a place, Butrsot the men of my army. I was General Grant of the U. S. A. I fear-that I, etc. redo's a Lieutenant'of the U. S. A. He- has gone to Europe on full pay, And with him has gone, in a ilunkcy way, The General of the Army. Fred shows the foreigners he can take, He can take;lIe can take Fred shows the foreigners he can tako, Gif...

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. — 17 August 1872

VOLUME VII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1872. NUMBER 48. . . . . . - - - ·· - - - - - .. . ... . , . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . ... .. . . . . . .- .. . . . . . . . . . . THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday. AT MONRIOE, OUACIIITA Pl'ARTSI, LA O. TCT. ThCIoBC71E.AL.1T N l, E:ditor and Proprietor. AGEN'I'S: Mecltyro S Co .....................New Orleans. Frank Mlichaux....................New Orleans. Jan. C. Drew, aund lichen Brothers, 'T'raveling Agents. All other agencies are hereby revoked. ADVERTISING REGULATIONS. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. All advertisements sent to this oflice. when not otherivise 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 in width, and upon all...

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

0. U'. CRaI*E. ,Uit~r. MONROE, LA.,-AUGUSTT 17, 1 82. The Convention of Liberals and Liberal Republicans. Those crtizens who were disappointed and complained at the action of the Ju.e Democratic Convention, on ac count of its failure to effect a combina tion of all the elements opposed to Itadi calism, and were anxious to see the ex periment of. anotber Convention tried, to accomplish such a combination, have a.still sadder disappointment to under go in the rpsults of the labors of the Convention of Liberals and Liberal Republicans which met in New Orleans last week. That body of exalted patri ots, meeting together to satisfy the de mand for a successful policy and a strong ticket, and gaining public confl .dence and arousing public expectation in many parts of the State on account of itspledges to crystallize the opposi tion to Grant, has shown itself wholly incompetent for the task it chose to un dertake. Indeod,without the powerful succor of the Democracy, in - some way obtained,...

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

'rEMIiIS OF SITI.Stilllro. -. (ile copy, one year, ............................ ..4 e co , six th ..................... ... 2,0 ADVANC'E I.LrlIs: tnell cop , I le 'year................................:1,00 one1)1 e. , six month........... ................. 2,00 .7t Tlhe subscription price of the 'l'T:r.: tlt.%A'l was reduced frollt live to oiu, dollar+, Ilat subscriboelrs paNing inl t gtr tne Ilave n i l'ormly hoell allowted a tdiscotuitt of one dolliar. .ab.scribtrsdelayingpayintu rone month after it is aoe, are rep Ired to pay Iolr dol lars. 'there will be lie doeviation fronl this rtille. Announcing Candidates. (Our tcrlms for anlnolluii'ngllt candtlltida:tes are :t.l- iIs lovws: Parish otlu es ................................;1i 00 Dlistrict offices ............................... 00 Stato o lices ................... ............. ..0 00 Antouncelment Imust heo ncompanied by t le Ilonlley or its equivalentt. CANDIDATES. For Judge of the 11111th District. WVo are authorized to ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 17 August 1872

MONROE, LA., AUGUST 17,1872. A Prodigy. The Washington-Lee University has among its students a youth of whom the Lexington Gazette .furnishes the following account : We have received the first number of the oeckbridge Baths Review,B rown Ayres, editor and proprietor. The Review is not as large as the London Times, but is very sprightly. It is a tri-wQkliy. Br<wn Ayres is a student "of bir University, and about fourteen years old. He sets up and prints the Review without any assistance. It is a model of typographical beauty. "Browny" is a rare genius. His home is in New Orleans. How the petted little fellow ever learned so much about the printing business is a mystery. He has at his fingers' end the history of all the presses, their com parative merits and the reasons. The type founders' are well known, and their style of work. He is a tasteful job printer-in a word, a case full of typical matter well distributed. Printing is but one of his many ac complishments. He erected with h...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 24 August 1872

VOLUME VII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1872. NUMBER 49. THE TELEGRAPH: Publishod overy Saturday. , AT MION itOE, OUACIHITA PA1lISI, I.\LA CP. 7tNT. 14csCIW.A 11IZI Editor and Propriotor. AGE NTS: MIltvre & CO.................. Now Orloans. Inralk lichallux ..................Now Orleajll. .:Lr. t. Drew, altid llohll Brothers, 'l'ra:veling Agents. All other agencies are hereby roevoked. At)VERTISING RI( ULATIONS. 'l'raisient advertisoluments nmust be paid fr ill ud~elvtce. All advertisoments seout to this ollito Swhlen not otherwiso ordered, vilil be inscried "till thirbid" and clharJcd accordiiogly. IEditorial business notices will bLe inadieo. frio of chargo, oCf all ad\-vertisements ordered i tile papOr; for other editorial notices a .ha:rge of42I) cents per line will ie imade. Aa oxtra chargeo of 25 per cenllt ill in fillLure be mado on all cuts Pe'ove one inch Iln wildthl, and opon all dollblo-colunlln ad vert isenlollts a simnlilar charge will be mladoe. l'TAl...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 24 August 1872

O. W. 1 cORANIN. uditor. MONROE, LA., AUGUST 24, 1872. Gov. W~armoth was -kicked out of the Republican party by Packard and Casey, but a whole herd of such don keys could not kick hard enough to kick him into the Democratic party. The cotton crop, this year, will be short, and early in market. The drouth and the worms have settled all the late crop, and Will cause a rapid opening of the bolls. The quality of the staple will doubtless be above the average of previous years. The Warmoth Republican says that the Republicans started the Liberal movement "at their own expense of popularity." From appearances, they are likely to end it too, but at the ex pense of the ~opularity of the men they have led stray, just, as we have believed, was their design from the beginning. The New Orleans Republican, Var moth's organ, is going back on the Penn ticket. It says that ticket "re present ingratitude and inconsistency," and "has not the confidence of the men Wvhose votes are necessary to its sue...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 24 August 1872

ýt')ihi? L~t..WvCu _, i. Fo:lr Juidgea' f the 111 Il)isrirj'I. \\'e :'~oi (lie I 1111.1i:Inel 111 t ii,'t.l o .\.llp <' Itlllj ., ':.l. oni.. Is it ul dill n lll e .I , )u11.1 ofudg tei t111" i i:i, ct I i , .ii e:1 .1i I lie Ili8'Il('c nil ('hit fie ttitlil:itl,. :.,'k ,1 01 . Bienivlle :~r.lulclr lT ile :Illuut~r, lo'jzpd to ~,:01r : lioonee W. W 'A 't ies te E' j., 2114 , t'nllli uniO i .Iili l:nt Kl.e I ua :njitlno Iri',.edi 1:t, a :si a :.2 iir.c' Il,. t icI\ A I IJA rtlteI Itr t .11, 1l : lilh i Id t . .2ll ·\alt.t ,ith(lie paruic tIo of Ilio- ice,1.1 11:1:'t:: ii, suit li es iClen nt. a ii ' .:12 Ie' 22 Wit ei afren nn' fritl: tIc.. fn i c t nrine O l llIe as a , l ;id .lii W. 1 f~ln:Iorn~har I'.'.-altjn., 1: 11c I~ll l:ttc,:i Ileietl? a1 1 ll 11111io netl 2 It n,:inndj: lae o I l ie-l I'olldgilo.S t he f tin e lltnrl istrclic id If 1 : 11 :i It·lBice 2112 I e 'lilallnl. For judg cmilire of en'jfI .lh 1)i \I'e are autheI orizetll to tIuttolll llf'O .\V. \\' FlAntn:it as 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. — 24 August 1872

O* ROaita Itr1grahb. MONROE, LA., AUGUST 24, 1872. 'ýs ttc .taks TEE LITTLE PEOPLE. A dreary place would be this earth Were there no little people in it; The i. on of life would lose its mirth Were there no children to begin it; No little forms like'buds to grow And make the admiring heart surrender; No little hands on breast and brow 'Po keep the thrilling love-chords tender. :Iut sterner souls would grow more stern, Unfeeling nature more inhuman, And men to Stoic coldness turn, And woman would be less than woman. Life's song, indeed, would lose its charm Were there no babies to begin it ; A doleful place this world would be Were there no little people in it. - TVittler. The Lion's Bile. When a lion wishes to have a giraffe I dinner, he is obliged to be very ea lT'-how he goes to market. Giraffes are not cheap articles of diet, even for a lion, and an attempt to get a meal of that kind of meat always costs him a guest deal of trouble, and sometimes Beats his life. Of course the lio...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 31 August 1872

VOLUME VII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1872. NUMBER 50 THE TELEGRAP: Published every Saturday. AT MONROE, OUACIIITA PARISII, LA r. W. W VMoOCLT...%T' Editor and Proprietor. - AGENTS: LeIntvro& Co..................... New Orleans. FrankMldichauxa.........;..........Ncw Orleans. Jas. C'. Drew, and lichen Brothers, Traveling Agents. - All other agtencis are hereby revoked. ADVERTISING REGULATIONS. Transient advertisements must be p,:lid for in advance. All advertisements sent to this otlict when not otherwise ordered, will be insorted "till forbid" and charged accordingltq. Editorial business notices will boe ntialo. free of chr of charge, of all advertismennts ordered I illn the paper; for other editorial notices a' chargo of 25 cents per line will be mlade. An extra charge of 25 per cent will int future be made on all outs above one inch i in width, and upon all doublo--colunmn ad. 1 vertisemnents asimnilar charge will bo.nmlde. i VA.RiIFF OF AkD'VERI)I'I,'5I7; ...

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. — 31 August 1872

*na cbita 9#1e ea4ib. 0. .W. aCRlANi., d.itor. MONROE, LA., AUGUST 31, 1872. A UI4i0fi OP IlEPPIBLICANS. b 'P iReleloggeks and thePlnchbackers a Were re-uniited in the fickle bonds of a partisan wedlock on the 27th. The Il ticket, as now arranged, stands thus: : Governor, W. P. Kellogg; t Lt. Govemnor,.O. C. Antoine (col:); s Seea' oCstate, P. G. Deslonde (col.) ; A4tArney General A. P. Field ; Auditor, Chas.Cliinton; ii Slps Pub. Ed., W. G. Brown (col.); r Oongrems at Large, P. 1. S Pinch- i back (eol.) In the "wake" held to consummate these ;iuptials, a ima umber of beaux were t lanmedtfor life, and sent to the hospital f for attention. Of these we mention Blackburn, Keating, Lewis, Illandin, t Dibbte and Londe. The retention of Senator Kellogg and little Cesar Antoine upon the ticket, it would seem to us, leaves the ticket of fensive still to those Republicans who t denounced the manner of nominati ng catididates at Baton Rouge, and have, with many good reasons, decried the prac...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 31 August 1872

T''lEIIS OFL SULtSCIiOP'l'IoN. ( t col , Ilrlne yoeat................ ...............-,l00 i a o] .opv-, six mlonths,.............. ... ,0 ADVANCSlE IATRS: 'ii' °1)i)'y., one year ,..0..... ...0....... ;00 o c y, six ot .... ........ , 7 u'- The subscriptioni pric't lof I 'i TEI.g t l PI' 'V-as reduced tfrol five to fnour'dol lirs. Il t suLbscribers paying ild ol'thsce Iea rllni 1Vleri Iv beeu allowed a discount (If oJa,' dhullo,. Sillbsc'ribers delaying payn llntL oloe liollth :l'er it is dut, are reqruire to pay tluur di l l:nr. 'Ilt wo ill bh uo deviatlio'n fIolli thii (CANDbfDATES. l'For Judge of the 11th Dlistrict. We are autlihorized to announee TA. C'. III Lh, Esq., as a candidate fior Jlidge ,o the 11th District, conposed of the par is.les of ClaiborAne, Union, .:acksol and licenville. Ve are authorized to allnolluce Judge T. It. 'IOMPINS, of Union, as a canldidate for rudge oftthe 11th Judicial district, conliosoed ofthe parishes of Union, .ackson, (Cli borne and Bienville...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 31 August 1872

MO$NROE, LA., AUCGUST 81,.1872. Jai4 Aol l esibauces Fraud In the Reg I. ..istration of Voters. { C e4 q a aubpsa was issued foe B P. Blaaehardilate Supervisor of a,,d on Ihe opening of the .j #etCý~ly,' Mr. Blan aped, am and, through his coun si, rw it kOer;sfated that it would be ta in siblity fof the books to be turned verto the Sh Sheriff, for the rea son e41W 'ere in the hands of the and he (Blanehard) was coiimi by law to make such changes and erasures as had Qccured since the last registratiqn. He said that had the Sheriap.plied to him ten days since he world. have complied with the rc aaestir Judge Abell said that the public in terest required that every name should be mae public; that more than one half; as seen by the books in the hands of the Sheriff, taken from the book of registry, showed that less than half 'could be found; that it presented a sad state of affairs, that a great city like Nq' %le)ans was governed by voters who.eould not be found by sworn offi cer...

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 September 1872

VOLUME VII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1872. NUMBER 51. THE TELEGRAPH: PabliUho, oovery.aturday. AT' MON ROE, OUACHITA PAHISH, LA C7. WT. . ZoC3TLAW3N , Editor and Proprietor. AGENTS: .lcIntyre .& Co.....................New O)rleans. I'r: ank Miichaux ....................New O(rrlots. i.nts. C. Drew, and Bohen Hrother.s, 'T'raveling Agents. 11 other a1eocies are hereby revoked. RTISING ItECIUhATIONM. vrittisomientsi nmuit ,oe jpaid unts son to this olfice ordered, will be inserted rgcd aceordinqgly. notices will Ie made. free of ' ~ vertisouonets ordered in tR. editorial notices at eharge a will be made. An. 5 per cent will in fatear~~b to above onle inch In witi doubl e-columnu ad vertit argo will le made. ''TARIFF O SING IRATES. ~dvertsaeih~ be inserted at on11 Illhar ahncdt~;lr square (one inch of spaeOuN tirst, and seventy liRve eentfor uent insertioln, for ay time g oanth. For longer periods as N.iaiumi sq' . 2 ti. 0 ;,. tnt2mi. iftOe .... 0.. sY M $7 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 7 September 1872

Q. W. McORAIII. UMfer. MONROE, LA., SEPTEMBER7,1872. FOUR RADICAL"- CONVETIONS IN ON~· DAY. Delegates of the Radical party to con ventions for this Congressional and Senatorial districts, and also 'for the 13th aqd A4th Judicial districts, met in this city o: Wednesday, and mpade the following nominations" For- Congress, Frank Morey; 'For Senator, O. H: Brewster; For Judge 14th District, Judge B. Bay; District Attorney; C. T. Dunn, ;lsaq.;. for Judge 13th District, Judge W. H. Hough; District Attor ney, Judge H. R. Steele. We took copious notes of the Con gressional, and Senatorial Conventions, but find we have not the time to write them out. The Judicial Conventions were cut and dried arrangements ; that for this district, organizing, making the nominations and adjourning, all in less than two minutes. The Senatorial Convention, composed of delegates from this and Caldwell parishes, was a model of exquisite har mony and decorum. SheriffDinkgrave presided in the forenoon, and Sandy ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 7 September 1872

MONROE, LA., SEPTEIBEI 7, 1872. Announcing Candidates. Our tornls for ainnouclligl c:iandllites :ire as follows: Parish ollices ...............................8i 00 District olices .............................. 5 00 State offices .................... 00 Aillnoutncements must be accolmpanieid by tile money or its equivalent. TERMS OF SU-BSCRIPTION. ()lme copy, one year,.............................4. ;,00 timre copy, six mnonths, ...................... 2,00 ADVANCE RATES: nhie copy, one year,........................... 3,00 O)ne ncpy, six lloiltitS....................2,00 .Z'r- The subscription price of the TI'-LS It(ItAP was reduced front five to fo/u dollars, lbut subscribers paying in advance have uui ihrmly been allowed a discotlunt of o0,e dollar. .Snbscribers delaying payment one imonth ater it is due, are required to pay four (dol lars. There will be no deviation from this rule. C(ANDIDATEN. For Judge of the 11th District. We are authorized to announce A. C'. IIILh, Esq., as ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 7 September 1872

MONROE, LA., SEPTEMBER 7, 1872. *hea this old Nat *as New and Grant a beemocrat. [From the Randolph (Mo.) Citizon. In the summer of ?l81, Gen. Grant, a then Colonel of the f2st Illinois regi- A ment of Infantry, was stationed at A '4exioo,.on the North Missouri Rail- n road, and had command of the post. 13 He remained several months, mingling l freelywith the people, regardless of the c peculiar sbad of any one's political C opinilots as the distinguished Col onel thehaid no thoughts of aspiring c to the Presidency, or Dictatorship, no C occasilon existed for the reticence to C which latterly he owes the greater part F of his popularity. Ulysses the Silent 1 was then Ulysses the Garrulous, and F embraced every fair opportunity which I came in his way to express his senti- I ments and opinions in regard to politi- T cal affairs. One of these declarations L we distinctly remember. In a public L coqversation in Ringo's banking-house L a sterling Union man put this question r to him.t "...

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