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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 15 January 1870

THE TELEGRAPH: PUVLIUSED EVERY SATURDAY AT T gopLS OioMUITTa PraRsIS LA; a. WP. MCVLAA.NIEI. E ITQa- AN P POfPRIETOR Tersi or Subscription. The rollowng rates of sabsoription will be rigidly adhered $o.i all.case5: tsne copy, one year - - - - $8,00 sOne copy. rx maonth. - - - 2,00 tzsjt1e copept - - - 10 cernt. Any person sending us fre new Bash subeoribers. to the same post oso., will be entitled to a copy or * &'Hw TsL.oaoHru" gratis, for one year. «^ Subscription price invariabyl in advance. . Tariff ofAdvertisinga Rates. .Adverttsments willibe inserted at OneDollari and Pifty Cents per square of one inch of apace. or less. ;}'tbhiieSt. andTevOnty-fiv C(ents for cach cohnc qucut tinesbtiod, fdr any .timeo inae' ouomontn. Four eogerperioda as follows : O150. 6w -QUAIWS. I 2 o 1 o o s 00. One.. . . 3 75.7 009 00013 00 2U 0 Two... .I 750 12 00 15 0 22 ont :i100 T haw. ..*:.:.... W 1 171.. II1 0 3' 00 4) 00 .oar .............15OIr' 22' 20 1 3a 3i) 50 00 Five (i Column.).... .11 1...

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. — 15 January 1870

`C. `ý V:11cj*AýOrIE. Editor. KoNROF, LA.;_ JAwNAaY 45,1870. Gov. WarTioth' Annual Measage. We have carefully perused the *nnual message of Gov. Warmoth, and, without being able to com mend it for any conspicuous dis play of statesmanship, we are free to say it contains nothing absolutely objectionable. Its pos itive meritsb or attractions, are few, whether it be regarded as a literary prioduction, or as the offi cial exposition of Executive views and wishes. Its' negative value, considered as an emanation from a Iadical partisan who was ele vated to -high office contrary to the wishes of the intelligence and I vitup of the State, may be set 4 drwn. at much higher figures thant the people generally, from mere conejee$reis would have fixed. TIRT opening- portion of the menslage we are inclined to re- I gamd as the most signillcant,being the postion that refers to politi icat subjects and to which we ] must look for indications of the 1 (bvernor's future course toward t the people of ...

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. — 15 January 1870

Q nacljita ctegraP.! MONROE, LA., AniuAnY 15, 1870. W- Mr. Thurston, of the News Depot, has favored us with copies of Harper's Weekly, Day's Doings, Police GaOzette and Illustrated Police News. 1. The Telegraphers' Strike is still kept up, but the Company assure the public they will soon be able to renew operations without yielding to those engaged in the strike. i.. The Post-oiffice Department is circulating petitions asking the abolish ment of the franking privilege. One of these documents is now at the Mon - roe post-office, to which signatures will be received. BoY RUNAWAY.-GQideon P. Nelson, son of Mrs. J. H. Nelson, ran away from home near Monroe, in October, 1868, and was last heard from on board the steamer Idahoe in January follow ing. His mother is inconsolable in consequence of his absence. Any in formation respecting his present when..r abouts will be gratefully received. and may be for warded through this office. We are pleased to observe that a good feeling prevails be...

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. — 15 January 1870

OF, I&av $ý; ý,; JAV VAR1-1b, . 7870 .. iMeas,-LArnoAL SENro. -The HTeau~ dgh J. Campbell, of Musca t r celemsy on the threshold of liSrlaian*eaaitorial career, is met bya little document from the Sixth I2tP1 c Cpart. that mast make him us to the tips of his elegant beard. fis wife sues him for a divorce, and alleges it bher petition infidelity, habi tual drunkenness, ill treatment, defama tion of character, and, to cap the climax, tirfditer sand otherwise abusing her because sheb refused to associate, in common with him, with his Sable Ex cellency, Lieut.. Governor Dunn, and cor esolose State Senator P. B. S. Pinohbilsd, andt still t&ore, especially becausewhbo was so racalcitrant as to absoltaely refceato shake hands with tihag jeuat,-Governor. The parties were married -in Isy, in 1862, in Mans eatine,-Iows, epd'as the petition al leges,I g 'j and religiously married. sach q a&racter of a Senator-who propo io naksie laws fpr - the good pQ9pA (1 a isiiana l-Xr .. Bullet...

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 January 1870

THE TELEGRAPH PVRU~SUaalD iEtaUT gVa DAT AT MOUeag , iT+ W LA; RDITR As(D pMPrIE*AroR Terms qir SBt eriptim. TheN 4;0.11 MAse e[ will be rigidly adhered to Ia ll ease m0 copy, on yeas' - -. - -,00 shngle noptes - - - 10 oentp. Ay psmas suesaiags on n-ew e40 *#P1 bta . b t .o l ms jiit.de, will be eiteld tee copy o0 .,s Tmaanmat gratis, -tee >en ps.r * Sunboriptlea prie. ,istoer in advane. -e Tarla t lW dvertum li Rates. •! 0 31a bs MM = %.t One Doflar ond Fir the ant. ad toptrfi'rvCeuit for each sub.. qSaoetirýU D hot. time uanderone month. For lraerie ."" atlls. - ere of egvaas. I m mos mos Oar ................ 3 700 900 13 uiJn 00 Tw ................750 10 15'0 0 30 00 1This ......-.......- as 1700 s0 0 40 00 7eu,...............i5 00060 380 50 00 Fivo (t Column.).... 18 0 2 a 42 5n 00 Twed(y-one (1 Col. 55 00 75 00 135 00iO0 01 Vprotest.>rr Earbr. -------------------.-----'"- '----" iiVAT. aii .tW A A 3.ikraka Wu jLV3N(oabeiatM tse' tbq43thpmota of MIeleranrSWd sat theIr ...

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 January 1870

son '. , 2~SfIxg pri . ºXji &fr`" 870 . to rta..- a e-"r- Ge Two or three oftibeeeWi r'"eauS ION journals, &ii 5 for a text the fact caj that the' seaer 'MtJ t Nixon, B. ao #hat city, had on hi :person Fa iiceased weap '1 * which the deceased was kifle4iLVO been bS r~~IV~~l '~:4 ie' and, , den -latb habit of car r g.~ wveapons, send call= ~Ue ` trposltigi) to ' ` `'ai' Our an: to think .that Di St j t lesson im r , ed occur= to ý. ' [ 'i ny a 0 rM e nlted .~ j~fo Yr B R. peeially:. ,- t irit h the Mixem u ,,, PWý, ii a iL J p Las .. are : i oiltac r/h } wI iehlat=efl an ta tý 'Skký jiT S ,r. au. y ° -tag9siMiAfa to such infor- i d s atuS~hilk Ago !A~11Y_ and esoun a ` "a~Imlg op. \iP! ~ ig~isi49iu~aCi5 Zma anti iflb Oil E hhQ fd held. 'i redness to? fight. ,wea~sc. M1ee~e whenever` wr mgdios asukcd, " dr, fail g tg do so, )0e W2-aid;d, !ys"C suo ' r ` a ¢o;`1diii; t ria tho i ord-, rnPem91Sp hO~i r3teJfep$se 4enger * r~cih triaetlv~e~sle4 haim u4e tis -hl ta Io ]nfo 0~~~Jr~ ...

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 January 1870

Qnactitca retegrapI MONgQS L.,4LJ uAsay 2 , 1870. 1 ."" wTie drug. firm ,of Lignoski & Co. hbg been dibsJolved, Mr. Lignoski having succeeded to the control of the: entire business. I...,SSeoeral ageatsfromp the Oua chita region have gone to Virginia and 9ther States to securQ labofers for th6ep'A wear. PansoNAL.---.Our old friend and antebelluatnConfrere. Maj. Tom Bynum, paid us a visit the past week. His manner and appearance betokened a cheerful spirit and a prosperous future. e The washing machine man, the pump man, the hardware man, the patent gate man and the churn-dasher man have all been on a visit to Mon roe the past week. . - Jon WoRK.-Elaving recently added several fonts of the latest styles of job type to our already good assortment of j~obr-ate rial,.we believe we-. can --pow uiwjute<jotiwork iitalinaner *uperiar to any country office in the State. WALLACH & Co.--. ountry mer chants should not forget this extensive dry goods firm when they visit New Orleans....

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 January 1870

Atip4 Jlinrv Y 32. 1870.8 t GB sh 4tes. the follow gef DeeSlas Je rrd: -OW Ma. wmEesity I ;lad a tlhia thume two or three years, w ta.emidsses to ablk of ow.T lihe'u* si3ramt between the say persaOls subject, and not I- ale ag an -angry wo rd--an. a good Nv -ssth * ad passml without my bht in. the street, when it Sas. , each with his , in the Stranger's . Our ha were bi took mine after he Midlaser, (I -am sQrry 'did Met. look that bwsadeat long, he open Stretched out both ,*anner and said cad lovinlg fhee, tetbi yeou: a lif* is ,n tl :Crtl , but ' aeesay of f w s dying . 4th a &#o !o many, :*U e.t d solema, , tl to sparp h.d a Iifs eas. yea its ^lý he is and be will yout wiN have done any iO of snn a oam as -it s an, -unfailing lair, at weta .el a 4aisists, either by taag. g, or crying, he hi to 4rac '~arior e but let 'ashes pafdi i th bin little wsekeatl bofhi ill-teamper or other his presence, in a thiat ahim to see that yoi ~them ve of some smart rt whlms . p.etterV for, Mi ...

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. — 29 January 1870

THE TELEGRAPH: .RUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT OflORe So OdQA7TI?- PrARISI. LA; .. W, masohNIae. E)DITOXN 3PN03D p PRITO Terma of SibsMcriptiOn. The onllowing rates of subsonrptlon will be rigidly adhered to a all cases : tjne dopy, one year .- - - $3,00 4One copy, six monthus - - - 2,00 fsinagte copies - - - 10 cents. Any person sending us five new cash subscribers, to he same post ottiee, will be entitled to a copy o1 " ius TELEORAPuI" gratis, for one year. E Sbsacription price invariably in advance. -. Tariff of Advertisingi Rates. Advertisments will be inserted at One Dollar and Pifty Cents p squaro of one inch of space, or Iee:, for the first. a d eventy.flve Cents for each subso quent insertion, for any time underonoe.nouth. ,'or ongerperiods as follows : -- quAt , I m 2 mos 3 mon mos 12 1es -o. O SQUAS. I 0 - 0 oU e,..--......... 75 00 9 00 1:3 UU 0 00 Twe ... .... . 750 12 1 o 15 0 2 2 0 :11 00 Thrse ............. 1 Hi 17 IL 2l:) 30 (1 0 00 Yeour ... 15 04. 22 " (' 01 'or :3 ...

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. — 29 January 1870

rG*=. i1 oA.NKEI. 3 dEtor. 1 Sa tu-Y 29. 1870. A 1Mii o XWiA h pilar Government ,TthereAs'a popular belief, found ad it wouldaeesm, "upon false tra; dition, that when the people of the thirteen colonies, successfully revolting against Great Britain, set up a new government instead of the one overthrown, .they pro ceeded upon the basis that they .werer--tsovereigns of the'i nd ~tI allt power rested with  ..- ch olopy, it is. further ae organized asa State, =a` distinct from the esnd upon a footing al. i.:`igndependence. Sub '- - tiecolnies combined, e!mmon principle that -..bja9iD~.weare free and sover *irjpRila formaed a general gov t.tvtb cdelegated 'powers, t in against for tad interference, ,iapycgl laws for the gen . cd. Tkin* whre on, and 4tit` famed and Lfamidiged into the un . aes Qr e4i4as we have (s> o4* lyalty being eof hm e Mi t th- t~th' y eadj t .IT P'e4fui in ""~agsoft -opular t of pourow :aid to eateia" its 4-~i i M stil- ita4 drwat-u~vith YAIicre every foot ...

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. — 29 January 1870

Q nneE'ta, [a g 29 8h. *I*]iARBE, At. " ;J~iirARY 29a, '1870. GiNERAL COLLECTING AGENT.-We reflboi readers with pileasure to the card of,. Mr, Jae. O. Drew, who has opened a collecting agency at this place mand also at Trenton. Mr. Drew is pertptly reliable, and will no doubt afford satisfaction to all who become his clients. i'L Pox.-Some of readers have prolably heard that. the small pox is in Monroe. It js true there was a case of a gentleman who contracted the dis etse-in New Orleans and reached this place before being confined.- He is aw,.however, entirely well, and there "Is d'dnger, whatever, of the disease epreading. DICKsoN CoTroN SEED.-The adver tisameet of Capt. W. W. Farmer. in refirnce to this valuable variety of cottppn eed, i llbe found very inter esting to planters, conveying as it does a full history of the origin and achieve m~gnaof. the Dickson variety, with in eioitestibte proof of its fitness for our soil, where it produced last year 500 Ibe, liatcotton to the...

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. — 29 January 1870

LA, JAusUy 29, 180. sý. now TDO 3 - ) jM5UU ~LU.-Sit by :a itndow an& look over the way to your idelghbor's eeellmet mansion, which he has recently built and paid for, and tted out. "Oh that I were a rich man." Get aDgry with'your -neighbor, and think you have not a friend in the world. Shed a tear or two, and take a wlk-ah the burial ground eontinual sy aying to yourself: W en s I be burd here a' Sign a note for a _fiend-and never fret our kiadnems, and every hour :i Ath wl-isr tojyarself. "I won der lrhe wit 4e pay that note?" Thinkiy s ato cheat you. sloowly examin ever ybiiI you take. -aud doubt tisbein6lTgauhie until you have put yournetgbbor to a great deado of trouble. N"'latifi denoe in nobody, and believe `+ery lmn you trade with ati to-be rogue. Never adcommodate if you can pos ily-helIp lt.. Never visit the sick o affioted, and e.v*_VO- a cenet ,tcltistethe poor. obhp as you can,. and sorew W tie.lowest mill. Grind the the hearts of the unfortunate. Sover youear misf...

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. — 5 February 1870

r-a3S8LS3D fVERT SATURDAY AT IOR3IOOUACHITA PARI H LA; SITO7r ANfD.P ROPHIEETOR e.-lm of Subseription. The leew*lrg rates of subse ptla wil be rigidly One .op,. one yeaLr - - - - l00 O"ae a*py, six months - - - 3,00 lia 0le ai&ee a - 10 eemnt. Any peuea semding as Lve new eash subecribers. 0n the Us9 0: el5Btoe, will be entitled to a copy of " Lra Tmsaui " grde, fu r one year. W dubm.sPU pesmlumsa5ribly in adveaeo. . 'Tarifof Advertising Rates. ", ,lkrimBsmt will be inrted. at One Dollar and -ifty Coet. per quare of one ich of apace, or eaa, -r Lb Grit' cd .i eventy-fnve Cenie for each suba.e tue.o inertiea, fer any time underone.menth. ore re or avUAm. m on mo 6 mos 12 mo : 0... ..... ! 150 9 3000 . . '1 000 300 4000 Jier ........... :58 200 260 3800 5000 F1 a,(ý Colunn.1.... Is 9 ' 3C4 8000 couea nv. ?:.. 30 450 5 13 n0100.00 '3weym6¢ C L . 25 SO 135 002 00 0 brs. Calderwoed £ Richardsen, W =y a ted Sm in th practice of a.br Cheirt -rigra to AmsSa e at of rlsm ndcin. They ...

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. — 5 February 1870

b"M faranbr 17 ··~LS·--rgtap ,1 - eamhbling~ th or inivolve a asn in sucbh a complicated train of crimes and vices, . ~t waltef tamies ' completelr, a te baneful rage gambling. o g an.. ,mriresh a i stjgnable ýif' ermetaful sensations; it is the ostfertllo nursery of- eovetousness, r J "dissmalation, false hood, lson blind for tolnee ~ad to hfnad, quar r e, neianzees and e qutinnmpardona not, the ,grertest and most ire v e e Those. Thse that -q uijaelfa~ iaveturing their ispeeulations; and aehpe to risk, must pe` .-s and cannot long e- M 4boio.ortune of the I ptltRg 'ta Viit the i iew7 blow; or if they ,yl orea -.the blind a upon them at last, ~~il areduced to ,. h gambler but saun; those that have to .realie some prop aiMteable way,aadeostin - -ae gai.s .- iof a two-fold i~r pmasa of that descrip. e whatever raik or character he 1The l ter claem of lean iews. papers have condemned r-d  persist in persece tis the e people. "Simple one'.,0oaeof the ablest s- rthfally remarks, e...

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. — 12 February 1870

Uj ELEGRAPH : " l . SBO UACUITA PARB C LA;, bH'1ExxilrPROP'RIETOR TTra ef Bubseription. The tedewla rates of subsenption will be rigidly 4ahetrL to In aI06_eas (ne copy, one year - - - - 83,00 One copy, six monthb - - - 8,00 L.nagCle copies - - - 10 cen*t. hnypeson sending us flve new cash subscribers, io the stme post olice, will be entitled to a copy ot "'a'ss TaLos.eP" gratis, for one year. " Subscription price inevriably in advace. &a Tariff of Adveriiing Rates. L4swotlaesi will be inserted st One Dollar and --ftyCents per square of one lonh of space, or less, for theh nrt. anddeventy-lvo Cents for each subse quent inertion, for any time under ono month. For gerperleds as follows : 2o. or SQUAgSS. I me Inos i mos 6 mos 12 man n ........ 37 7 00 9 00 13 0u 20 00 Two.......... ..... 750s 1 15 C o 900 30 00 hre.............. 11 00 1700 0 00 30 00 40 00 ear ................ 15 00 to U0 200 313 0 5 00o ive( Column.).... 1800 200, 31 Co 42 50 60 00 Te( Column ).. 30 00 45 o0 5...

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. — 12 February 1870

*4.jt'zpk. I~~~87O A conVention of the Ooneerva the-editors o the State is called to mee. in "iew Orleans on the 28th Inst The call emanates from e ji etors of the Oonserva tive journals of New Orleans, and s_ ~~ndorsemelnt of a n .ber mpcting papers in tthe.object fpr wihich s onvokd appears -A4 t, i ieeeS y to be done `'Q - ¶i& tical interests vwor Democratic urn its sunecess. 4 Web means for securing * Ib O Pkl 'Of t00 State that -d indepen-. t services in be igood entitle it ntis unquestion , °obne, a*nd has our qup eion. ."a4of bsne ..iU-tS aeatl hat of e s - pawer publishes, aret1 body of Sisthand' exerefaing per, fwei.pr good, and yet ',$ 4"",x too often, with only ltt~etal e.of a preearious .*jjwhO are preyed S 'lie for this 'favor Sugh a newspaper of the earth or an im.itatio. , conducted free of .t-,,tr tthe ansdth of the two = the Couven SQnd~tself some what eamibleawr t so rapidly is i' l `- 'v poe*di events So nowtor deter cou rlfe to lay 'fndampental pinociple...

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. — 12 February 1870

MOT1Z Aa, UA; BUUAa 12. 1870. j.f. We- -learn that the railroad bridge over Bayou Magon will be com pleted in a couple of weeks. The river has been nearly on a stand for three or four weeks, at about twelve feet below high-water mark of last year. The season. of the year for trans planting shade trees is, at hand. We hope to see a larger number of young water-oaks, the favorite tree in this locality, set out along our side-walks, before spring opens. 1S.. We suggest that when the Town bell is rang for any stated pur pose that the ringing be measured and slow. Quite aflitter was occasioned last wbik; when, to get a business meeting- of.the firemen, the bell was astr"ok rapidly as to create the gen eral htief that a.fre had broken out somewhere, in town. PimseNAr~.-We have received the past week friendly calls from ,Messrs. Drake and Aiken. of Carroll, Messrs. Gill, Ramsey, .Tignor and Tatum, of Claiborne, Rev. Mr. Clampit, of Bien ville, and Messrs. Robison. Calcote and Green:, of Ja...

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. — 12 February 1870

Kos ý -ý- 12, 187O ei thoevuneii" SW1 tr.tha themovement so well and destinotly inangurated by the a. tr meetiu.3in Lakyotte :Square, t night, will extend throughout the entilae State,sad that the honest peo ile-=tb~'wbrking, tixpsyig people io every town and parisb, will prompt. --iy -to the reeolations of that ,,emst e nd give te h~General A sembldy bd Governor dlearly to under stand that they' will Indure no more _pls4dipr." ji ui p istrea ury, or such deps 'bf poblid liberties and righ T1v oled In the militia, ltos* cntabulry bills, ad the opos all d mate inarepse of State Sandadaib~edunes, lid to various railroad. atd Oher companies, and the banks eott isty, .. et the people of the dIto, I the most posi schemes. T reis nor. ground.for party eee great iunes. The hard wor iasp i..eler.-.oacerned -o.l extravagance dscharged by yand indue . - His liberties are : a ash involved in the m rti to keep Radical e1 '"'nsltpipulators on the t in continual and irre pwe.r, -a those of t...

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